Multi User License - $4,500
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.An intense beam of light called a laser.
As a result, a tiny, bright dot of laser light is released by this sensor. This beam offers a high degree of precision and is quite fine. It measures the amount of time it takes for the light to emit, reflect, and then return to the receiver before emitting laser light to the item that needs to be sensed.
The distance of the item from the sensor is calculated based on speed and time because the laser light emission speed is fixed.The sensor then produces an electrical output in accordance with the detected distance. This output, which can also be utilised as a signal input for controllers or PLCs, can be digital or analogue. Light energy is thus transformed into electrical energy by the laser sensor.
TheGlobal Laser 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.
Bytewise Measurement Systems’ CrossCheck precalibrated laser profile sensors measure 3-D high-resolution profiles and provide real-time shape tools to measure parameters dependent on shape, such as thickness, height, width, angle, radius, and position.
To validate product and part dimensions, output pass/fail trigger alerts, and interface with control loops, they can be implemented in-process or off-line. All models function between 5 and 45 °C, have a profile rate of 30 Hz, and have thermal stability of 0.03%/°C. Real-time graphical displays of the measurement findings are shown by the visualisation programme.
An innovative new interior weld inspection device from Micro-Epsilon uses non-contact, laser profile displacement sensors. On pipes intended for use in subsea oil and gas applications, the sensor monitors the internal size and shape of girth welds.The most recent model of laser profile sensor offered by Micro-Epsilon is the scanCONTROL 2700.
The unit is perfect for industrial automation operations and machine building applications, where space is frequently limited, thanks to its compact design and integrated controller. The sensor is frequently used for other purposes besides measuring welds, such as measuring angles, channels, gaps, edges, and clearance, detecting sticky beads (bulges or bumps), detecting door edges, guiding and placing robots, and measuring the width and depth of grooves.
The Gocator 2600 Series of 4K+ resolution smart 3D laser line profile sensors have been officially released by LMI Technologies (LMI), a leading provider of 3D scanning and inspection solutions.
In applications like battery inspection, building materials, automotive, rubber and tyre production, and general factory automation, these factory pre-calibrated sensors deliver 4200 data points per profile using powerful 9-megapixel imagers and custom optics.
The field-tested, strong, and dependable 3D smart sensor product lineup is expanded by the Gocator 2600 series’ groundbreaking 4K+ laser profiling. Customers can now solve for the most difficult microscopic features with 4200 data points per profile or choose to use the 2600’s wider field of view models for 3D scanning and inspection across a variety of large conveyor applications.
The launch of the Matrox AltiZ, a line of integrated high-fidelity 3D profile sensors with a dual-camera single-laser design, is proudly announced by Matrox Imaging.
With their optimised design, these fully integrated 3D profile sensors significantly reduce scanning gaps. The Matrox AltiZ’s two opposed optical sensors that simultaneously view the laser line reduce optical occlusions, which are often observed at crucial surface junctions and are brought on by the laser line being blocked from one image sensor’s view by the orientation of a surface.
The Matrox AltiZ’s integrated image sensors can operate alternately or synchronously. When configured in alternate mode, the Matrox AltiZ’s scanning rate is nearly twice that of the synchronised configuration while still offering essential protection against occlusion. When configured in synchronised mode, this 3D profile sensor achieves maximum reproduction quality and robustness.
The Matrox AltiZ is ideally suited for inspection tasks regardless of the configuration chosen, providing two potent cameras in a single small enclosure and an IP67 rating to ensure its performance in confined spaces and a harsh industrial environment.
© Copyright 2017-2022. Mobility Foresights. All Rights Reserved.