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Laser line profile sensor is easy to set up, configure and adapt

Laser line profile sensor is easy to set up, configure and adapt A non-contact laser line profile measurement system has been developed that enables end user manufacturers, systems integrators and machine builders to detect beads of glue or weld seams, and to inspect grooves, channels, gaps and edges in a variety of applications. The system has standalone plug-and-play capability, and is easy to set up, configure and adapt for different measurement applications. Engineers require no special software programming skills to change measurement parameters and to get the system up and running quickly. The scanCONTROL 2810, Micro-Epsilon's latest version of its scanCONTROL range of sensor systems, builds on the success of the company's scanCONTROL 2800 2D/3D laser line sensor, but goes even further and is capable of measuring up to 256,000 points per second up to 4kHz. It also easier to integrate, set up and configure for individual applications. The scanCONTROL 2810 uses the same laser line triangulation measurement principle as the scanCONTROL 2800. The sensor has an integrated, highly-sensitive CMOS array, which enables measurements of almost any shiny, reflective or transparent surface, independent of the reflection from the target. This means excellent accuracy, resolution and reliability are achieved, even at high measurement speeds.

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