Micro-Epsilon launches true analogue laser displacement sensor

Written by: Laura Hopperton | Published:

Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon has extended its range of laser displacement devices to include a true analogue laser sensor.

The optoNCDT 1610/1630 is said to offer one of the fastest measuring rates of any laser displacement sensor currently on the market.

The device can be used in a variety of environments, including production, R&D and test labs.

Typical applications include impact/drop/crash tests; position control of engine pistons and valves; length, angle and thickness measurements; flatness control; checking dimensional accuracy of components; and vibration measurements.

The measurement system comprises a sensor and separate controller, as well as a 2m connecting cable as standard. The controller is equipped with both analogue (current and voltage) and Ethernet interfaces.

There are 14 versions of the sensor available, with measuring ranges from 0.5 to 200mm and maximum measuring speeds due to an extremely fast, analogue position sensing detector in the sensor head.

The optoNCDT 1610 series measures at a frequency response rate of 10kHz and is available in measuring ranges from 0.5 to 200mm. Dynamic resolution is 0.06 to 0.1%. Maximum linearity is +/-0.2%.

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