Bestech Australia announces the new series of the Micro-Epsilon laser triangulation sensors, the optoNCDT 1750DR. This universal non-contact displacement sensor is specifically designed to measure specular surfaces or highly reflective objects such as mirror glass, reflecting plastics, and polished metals.
The optical alignment of this sensor is tilted to ensure that the angle of incidence equals the reflection angle. This configuration is intended to minimize the radiation intensity from the reflected light and boost the signal quality for more accurate measurement. The design of this sensor is also compact to enable installation into restricted and narrow space. Moreover, this new laser displacement sensor is designed with laser class 1, which does not represent a hazard to skin and eye.
Like the other optoNCDT series, the 1750DR laser sensors are built with real-time surface compensation (RTSC). This feature enables the sensor to adjust itself from the amount of reflected signal received from the measurement object during continuous exposure and real-time. This is useful for measuring an uneven surface, rapidly-changing surface, and an application where high-speed measurement is required.
The optoNCDT 1750DR can be operated via an intuitive web interface and is compatible with an industrial communication system such as RS422, Analog U/I, Profinet, and EtherNET/IP. Its wide measuring range and versatility make this new laser sensor ideal for industrial testing requirements.
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