Micro-Epsilon UK Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
New measurement guide now available.
A new measurement product guide has been launched that will help engineers select the correct displacement, position or temperature sensor for their measurement task.
Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilons new Measurement Product Guide 2007 is available free of charge to engineers and includes information on the companys diverse range of products, including laser triangulation sensors; confocal chromatic sensors; capacitive; eddy current; draw-wire; 2D/3D profile sensors; Optris non-contact temperature measurement equipment; and specific OEM sensor designs.
For 2007, several new sensor products are available, including a cost effective, non-contact, laser displacement (position) measurement sensor, the optoNCDT 1300, which offers OEMs, machine builders and end users most of the technical advantages of its predecessor, the optoNCDT 1401, but at half the cost (£550).
The optoNCDT 1300 laser sensor measures displacement against almost any target (including shiny black rubber surfaces) without contacting the object. The sensor has an integrated digital signal processor and is suitable for a wide range of applications in industrial automation and production environments, including parts measurement; surface contour measurement; epoxy placement on integrated circuits; weld seam detection on welding robots; automotive vehicle positioning and height; tool positioning; eccentricity; shape conformance; positioning on conveyors; bending and tilt angles; part recognition; thickness; deformation and waviness.
Also new for 2007 is the confocal miniature sensors range. With a diameter of just 4mm, this sensor is one of the smallest in the world today, and is ideal for engineers that need to measure components in very tight spaces or where they have limited access to the target surface. A 90-degree version also enables engineers to inspect the internal walls of drilled holes and cylinders.
Ideal for on- or offline inspection, process guidance and monitoring, Micro-Epsilons scanCONTROL range of 2D/3D laser line profile sensors is one of the most advanced sensors, offering high accuracy, very high measuring rates (up to 256,000 measuring points per second), a flexible field of view, trigger and synchronisation options.
The scanCONTROL range can be used to acquire a two-dimensional profile of a range of target surfaces, including rubber. The latest scanCONTROL sensor, the 2810 model, is ideal for automated applications and is equipped with a pre-programmed signal processor, designed for the computation of profile data, such as grooves, weld seams and glue beads.
The new guide will be particularly useful for engineers working in R&D, design, quality and inspection, product and process optimisation, machine control, predictive maintenance, finished products, machine tools, quality control and process monitoring. Micro-Epsilon sensors are used by some of the worlds leading manufacturers, including BMW, Jaguar Cars, Borg Warner, Schenk, NASA, Siemens, Bentley Motors, Newport and Exxon.
For a free copy of the guide, call the Micro-Epsilon marketing department on 0151 260 9800 or email: email@example.com
Micro-Epsilon (www.micro-epsilon.co.uk) is a major global manufacturer of sensors, headquartered in Germany. The company's range of sensors measure everything from displacement to distance, position, vibration, dimensions and thickness, using both contact and non-contact measurement techniques. These techniques include inductive, differential transformer, eddy-current, capacitive, laser-optical, potentiometric and draw-wire principles.
With more than 30 years' experience in the industry, Micro-Epsilon isn't just a sensor manufacturer. The company is highly innovative and understands the importance of providing complete solutions and support services for its customers. The firm is renowned for its expertise in consulting, development and application of industrial sensors to complex, customer-specific solutions for measurement, inspection and automation. The focus is on selling technical advantage to its clients.
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