An Introduction to Our Latest Image Processing Sensor that Makes Dimensional Inspection Extremely Easy
Until now, the mention of dimensional inspection with image processing conjured images of extreme difficulty.
This includes pulling in a large number of areas and making use of numerical operations...
However, there is an image processing sensor that can handle cumbersome settings like these just by clicking.
We had our customers actually experience just how easy it is to perform dimensional inspection with our latest image processing sensor.
Feel free to have a look at what they had to say.
It Is Now Possible to Measure an Outer Diameter of Up to ø120 mm.
We have focused on an environmentally-resistant design that provides long-lasting, on-site stability, starting with a structure that includes no moving parts. We have added the greatly anticipated large measuring head to our popular LS-9000 Series. It is now possible to perform stable measurement for objects of up to ø120 mm in diameter.
Environmental resistance: NEMA Type 13/IP67G Detecting durability: Supports 100 million cycles
The GT2 series is equipped with an ø8 mm slim sensor head as well as tough specifications.
We have also added a new multi-sensor amplifier that enables the connection of up to five heads with one amplifier.
This also makes it possible to support multi-point applications.
Just place and press to automatically measure 99 points all at once! Select from 3 different models according to your intended application.
From a wide-field model that has a maximum measurement field of 200 mm to a high-precision model that has a high-accuracy of +/-0.5 μm.
By just placing the target within the measurement field, it is possible to perform measurement in a matter of seconds.
We have published our lineup along with our full scale measurement ranges. Give us a call to see if your workpiece can be measured?
The LR-Z features a robust stainless steel housing, simplified operation, and best in class detection capabilities.
The LR-Z offers a distance-based detection method that is unaffected by color, target surface, or angle. Its heavy-duty stainless steel body is designed to withstand harsh environments, incidental impact, and exposure to liquids. The highly visible output indicator and digital display make calibration and troubleshooting simple and fast.
We are presenting observation examples and methods of use that can be achieved through the combination of lenses with our new digital microscope that "eliminates the need for focus adjustments."
Our digital microscope can easily achieve 0.1 to 5000x observation just by changing the lens.
We have created a guide that pairs methods for using lenses and observation examples for individual lenses with themes that can be found within various industries, so feel free to have a look.