Laser Triangulation Sensors


Laser Triangulation Sensors

The non-contact displacement optoNCDT product group uses optical triangulation as a measuring principle. A laser diode projects a visible spot of light onto the target surface (laser class 2). The light reflected from this spot is directed through an optical receiving system onto a position-sensi...

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The non-contact displacement optoNCDT product group uses optical triangulation as a measuring principle. A laser diode projects a visible spot of light onto the target surface (laser class 2). The light reflected from this spot is directed through an optical receiving system onto a position-sensitive element. Optical displacement sensors measure with a large reference distance and a very small measuring spot diameter. Nearly all models work with a high resolution CCD- or CMOS-line and a DSP.

Advantages
- Small targets through tiny spot size
- Long measuring ranges
- Large stand off
- Extreme resolution
- Excellent linearity
- High measuring rate
- Synchronization of multiple sensors
- Measurement of any target

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E: me-usa@micro-epsilon.com
T: 919-787-9707
F: 919-787-9706

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Raleigh, NC
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United States
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