Micro-Epsilon Group offers custom manufacturing for these products:
Capacitive Linear Position Sensors
Capacitive sensors are always used if very high accuracy levels are required. The capacitive measuring principle is one of the most precise measurement methods for non-contact displacement measurement.
Eddy Current Linear Encoders
Customized Eddy Current Sensors with Embedded Coil Technology
When a standard sensor does not meet its set requirements, users often turn to customer-specific solutions. But what can we do when the demands of the application exceed the sensors' physical capabilities?
Eddy current sensors from Micro-Epsilon measure displacement, distance, position, oscillations, vibrations, etc. and are ideal for integration in harsh, industrial environments. Non-contact eddy current sensors offer extremely precise measurements where sub-micron accuracy is required.
Inductive Linear Position Sensors and Switches
mainSENSOR is based on an innovative measuring principle, which has been developed by Micro-Epsilon in order to combine the advantages of both inductive and magnetic sensors.
Inductive displacement sensors from Micro-Epsilon are used extensively in applications for automated processes, quality assurance, test rigs, hydraulics, pneumatic cylinders, and automotive engineering.
Optical Triangulation Position Sensors
optoNCDT laser sensors are setting milestones for industrial laser displacement measurement. Micro-Epsilon laser sensors stand out due to size, measuring rate, software and, above all, due to precision. The current optoNCDT range now offers numerous series, each of which is amongst the best in its class.
Micro-Epsilon Customized Sensors
Sensors can be adapted in many different ways to suit customer-specific applications. Particularly in the case of high volume orders up to 100,000 pieces, Micro-Epsilon can produce customized sensors efficiently, which results in considerable cost reductions.
Micro-Epsilon Group is also listed in these categories:
Linear Position Sensors
Linear Variable Differential Transformers (LVDT)