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  • Noncontact measurement of central lens thickness
    The production of high-quality optical lenses from glass or. polymer materials is subject to tight specification tolerances. Critical lens parameters such as central thickness have to. be monitored frequently, during the production process. A. noncontact, fast and precise optical measuring setup
  • Opto Sensors - Typical Applications
    to an optical signal, and a light receiving element which transforms the optical signal to an electrical signal. Both of these elements are housed in one package, making the opto sensor essentially a non- contact switch. Opto sensors detect presence, length, number, etc., of objects, using visible
  • Operating Principles for Inductive Proximity Sensors
    Inductive proximity sensors are used for non-contact detection of metallic objects. Their operating principle is based on a coil and oscillator that creates an electromagnetic field in the close surroundings of the sensing surface. The presence of a metallic object (actuator) in the operating area
  • OMEGASCOPE (R) Handheld Infrared Thermometer Goes Wireless (.pdf)
    Handheld infrared thermometers are very popular for making on the spot non-contact temperature measurements with little or no setup. These devices are completely self-contained and require no additional wiring or signal processing, unlike thermocouples and RTDs. They are perfect for determining
  • Magnetostrictive Position Transducers in Medical Applications
    Magnetostrictive position transducers are non-contact, absolute reading, and have essentially infinite resolution. The non-contact nature of this technology means that there are no rubbing or sliding parts to wear out, and assures an unlimited service life for the position transducer. High
  • Displacement Sensing the Baumer Electric Way
    In the beginning, non-contact sensors were largely an on-off affair. They, like their switch predecessors either "saw" something or didn't. They passed this information on to a transistor or relay output, that is, an on or off signal. That worked pretty well. And, in most cases, it still works

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