The complete 3D sensor portfolio for every industrial application

Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon has further extended its 3D sensor portfolio to include four different sensor ranges that perform 3D measurements on a wide variety of target objects and surface types in industrial environments.

To achieve highly accurate 3D measurements, a perfect match between hardware and software is required. Micro-Epsilon has developed a new generation of 3D sensors that not only uses high performance hardware, but also has perfectly matched software, 3D Inspect, to accompany it. This means all 3D sensors from Micro-Epsilon can now be operated using the same 3D data capture and evaluation software.

Furthermore, as the sensors and software come from a single source, only one contact person is needed to help users solve complex measurement tasks.

Micro-Epsilon’s 3D sensor portfolio now covers four sensor types:

  1. surfaceCONTROL 3D 3000 series for 3D snapshots of smaller areas with highest precision.
  2. surfaceCONTROL 3D 2500 series for 3D snapshots of large measurement areas.
  3. reflectCONTROL 2D and 3D snapshot sensor for surface inspection and shape recognition on reflective targets.

scanCONTROL 3D laser line sensors for capturing 3D data from moving targets.

Micro Epsilon UK Limited

No. 1 Shorelines Building
Shore Road
Birkenhead
CH41 1AU
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)151 355 6070

info@micro-epsilon.co.uk

www.micro-epsilon.co.uk

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