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Instead of collecting height information from a single location, laser profilers are laser displacement sensors that gather it over a laser line. This makes it possible to conduct 2D/3D measurements with just one sensor, such as height difference, breadth, or angle.
The laser triangulation principle is used by laser scanners, also known as profile sensors, to identify two-dimensional profiles. A static laser line is created by enlarging a laser beam using specific optics and projecting it onto the surface of the target.
This laser line’s diffusely reflected light is projected by the optical system onto a very sensitive sensor matrix.
The controller uses this camera image in addition to distance data (z-axis) to determine the position along the laser line (x-axis). A two-dimensional coordinate system that is fixed with regard to the sensor is then used to produce the measured values.
As a result, 3D measurement results can be obtained for moving objects and moving sensors.
The Global Laser line profile sensor 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.
The Gocator 2600 Series of 4K+ resolution smart 3D laser line profile sensors have been officially released by LMI Technologies (LMI), a major provider of 3D scanning and inspection systems.
In applications like battery inspection, building materials, automotive, rubber and tyre production, and general factory automation, these factory pre-calibrated sensors give 4200 data points per profile using powerful 9-megapixel imagers and specialised optics.
9-megapixel imager, 4200 data points per profile for high-resolution measurements, X resolutions up to 0.018 mm (at 71 mm FOV), fields of view up to 2 m (at 0.55 mm X-resolution), and more are features and capabilities of the Gocator 2600. Native multi-sensor alignment, I/O connectivity, on-sensor measuring tools, and networking support.
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