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optoCONTROL 2520

Precise laser micrometer with integrated controller

Optical precision micrometer

The optoCONTROL 2520 is a compact laser micrometer with integrated controller. A high resolution, model variant with measuring ranges of 46 mm and 95 mm as well as variable mounting distances allow a wide range of applications in quality monitoring and production control. The measurement object can be placed at any position within the light curtain and the distance from transmitter to receiver can be freely selected.

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Characteristics

  1. Measuring ranges (mm): 46 / 95
  2. Linearity max. 12 µm
  3. Resolution max. 1 µm
  4. Simultaneous output of several measurement values
  5. Compact design with integrated controller
  6. Variable distances up to 2 m
  7. Laser class 1M
  8. Configurable via web interface
  9. Interfaces Ethernet / EtherCAT / RS422 / analog output / EtherNet/IP / PROFINET
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Optical precision micrometers for restricted spaces

The optoCONTROL 2520-46(090) and the optoCONTROL 2520-95 (270) micrometers offer a receiver equipped with a lens that is turned by 90°. The flat design of the receiver simplifies the installation process in restricted spaces. The object to be measured can be placed at any position within the light curtain. In addition, the distance between light source and receiver is freely selectable up to 2 meters.

Unique operating concept for quick and easy commissioning

The optoCONTROL 2520 micrometers are operated using an intuitive web interface, which can be accessed via a standard web browser. This enables readings and limit values to be displayed as well as the selection and application of filters. Furthermore, a video signal is available to precisely configure the measurement. Parameter setting of the respective measuring programs is quick and intuitive. For each segment, gap or diameter, the center axis and the position of the individual edges can be output.

Modern interfaces for integration into machines and systems