Laser line sensor

  • 30-Jun-2008 09:32 EDT
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The high-speed EyeCon 2000 laser line sensor from LMI Technologies provides the technology to measure a wide surface area using a single gigabit ethernet connection. The sensor is not only designed for high-frequency and accuracy measurement of mat surfaces and shiny black materials, such as rubber, but also for measuring thickness and width and profiling component preparation stock material. The system provides a profile rate of 4000 S/s without sacrificing quality and control. It features a line laser profile rate of 2 kHz for lower-speed applications. Binocular vision inspection provides target observation from two different directions. The sensor also features a direct encoder input to control global synchronization better then ±1.0 µs using a Gigabit ethernet protocol.

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