Eddy current sensors from Micro-Epsilon are extremely powerful and robust. The sensors are used for measuring displacement, distance, position, oscillation and vibration.
The eddyNCDT 3001 is a new eddy current sensor with integrated controller whose compact M12 design has to date only been reserved for inductive sensors and proximity sensors. The integrated temperature compensation provides high stability even in fluctuating ambient temperatures.
The eddyNCDT 3005 is a compact, robust sensor system that is also temperature-compensated and can operate in temperatures from -30°C to +180°C. Even with high temperatures or temperature fluctuations prevalent in the production environment, these sensors achieve extraordinary measurement accuracy.
Capacitive capaNCDT sensors are designed for non-contact displacement, distance and position measurement. As capaNCDT sensors provide extremely stable results to nanometre accuracies, they are ideally suited to high precision applications in laboratories and for industrial purposes. The new capaNCDT 6222 is designed for high speed measurements up to 20kHz. The modular controller can be extended to a maximum of 4 measurement channels. The integrated Ethernet interface supports set up, configuration and measurements via web interface.
The magneto-inductive mainSENSOR displacement sensors have a much larger measuring range than conventional magnetic field sensors. Compared to inductive sensors, the mainSENSOR offers improved sensitivity and therefore provides improved technical data. The sensors of the MDS-40-MK series are a new generation of cost-effective and flexible magneto-inductive sensors for high volume or industrial applications. In addition to the pre-configured preferred types, a combination of further options (power supply, output, plug,...) is possible. The appropriate sensor can be combined from numerous configuration options. Fields of application include single applications in conventional machine building through to measurements in automated processes and low cost-high volume production environments.
The new wireSENSOR MK46 draw-wire sensor offers extended application possibilities as it is not only available with a potentiometer output but now also with voltage or current output. Draw-wire sensors measure distance and position and offer easy, fast and flexible mounting possibilities. At the same time, they stand out due to their high operational safety and long service life. As the most compact sensor in its class, the wireSENSOR MK46 is primarily installed into machines and for post-assembly purposes. The sensor offers an excellent price/performance ratio and demonstrates its strengths particularly in high volume applications.
With the optoNCDT 1320 and 1420 laser triangulation sensors, Micro-Epsilon sets new standards. These sensors are compact, smart and precise. Their compact sensor design allows them to be installed in restricted spaces. Even the integrated evaluation electronics is space-saving and simplifies cabling, combined with an excellent price/performance ratio and the innovative web interface. The presets enable measurements at very high precision on difficult surfaces such as glass, silicon, metal, plastics, paint, galvanised metal sheet and different colors. The extremely small laser spot size enables the measurement of extremely fine details. The sensors can be used in any industry, e.g. in automation technology, machine building or on the robot.
Standard sensors are generally designed for a broad field of applications. This is why they inevitably do not always correspond exactly to the requirements of special applications. Customised sensor solutions from Micro-Epsilon are tailored to these special requirements and so offer the user the most economical solution. At Hannover Messe, we will show you a variety of sensors that are suitable for OEM applications in different industries.