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The use of high precise position optical sensors is: The new sensors reach the greatest level in the sector with a measurement resolution of 0.1 m and a measurement cycle of 250 s. Only 8 mm thick (7 mm measurement width model), the sensor head is simple to place on a variety of equipment.
This high precision optical surface sensor’s operating concept is based on the focus detection method used in the pickup for optical discs.
The global high precision optical sensors market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Test and Measurement Expert Introduces Newlight Optical Fiber Sensor Line as Part of HBM’s New Range of High Precision Optical Robust and Reliable Sensors. Based on Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) technology, newLight integrates the benefits of HBM’s former optical product portfolio into one easily understandable line of optical sensors.
These sensors are suitable for a variety of applications, including battery temperature tests, wind turbine durability, vehicle validation, and structural health monitoring of bridges, tall buildings, and tunnels.
Wool Bragg Grating-based sensors are superior to electrical sensors in several ways, including immunity to all electromagnetic effects, long-term stability, and the absence of zero-point drift due to wavelength-based measurement.
The sensors can be employed with composite materials made of glass and carbon fiber, which are frequently used in highly stressed structures like wind turbines and airplanes.
The enormous strain measurement ranges offered by newLight, together with their quick and easy installation and exceptional resistance to harsh external factors like dampness, rust, and salt, make them ideal for structural health monitoring.
The Artec Metrology Kit, a 3D optical coordinate measuring system for high-precision inspection, has been released by Artec 3D, a developer and manufacturer of professional 3D hardware and software. This system unlocks deformation analysis and increases accuracy for measuring objects and areas of all sizes.
Artec’s Metrology Kit, which is offered in two versions—Professional and Entry—offers an incredibly user-friendly and adaptable photogrammetry solution with metrology-grade precision and high-end accuracy for inspection and reverse engineering.
The entire kit is transportable, offers highly accurate measurements in less than 15 minutes, and also has the ability to record moving objects, making it ideal for both on-site and off-site projects.
In the company’s modular optical test platform, the AQ2200-232 is a new high-performance optical sensor head that joins Yokogawa’s existing family of optical power metres modules (AQ2200-215 and AQ2200-221).
Up until now, the sensors on the market were not sensitive enough to produce results from tests with high precision. Because some lasers emit low power by design (to abide by international safety regulations), the sensor’s reading should also be as accurate as possible. This is because it is important to ensure that the laser is emitting as much power as possible while still abiding by the applicable safety regulations.
In order to develop the AQ2200-232, Yokogawa closely collaborated with the producers of laser diodes after recognising these difficulties.
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