Laser displacement sensors for Advanced Automation
Fast, precise & reliable
The optoNCDT 1900 offers a unique combination of speed, size, performance and application versatility for displacement, distance and position measurements. This compact triangulation sensor achieves a high measurement accuracy and measuring rates of up to 10 kHz. The high-performance optical system generates a small light spot which enables to even detect the finest of details and structures reliably.
- Measuring ranges (mm):
2 | 6 | 10 | 25 | 50 | 100 | 200 | 500
- Linearity from 1 µm
- Adjustable measuring rate up to 10 kHz
- Analog and digital outputs
- Compact size with integrated electronics
- Advanced Surface Compensation for fast adaption to changing surfaces
- Predefined and individual presets in the web interface
- Integrated EtherCAT and EtherNet/IP interface
Next-generation laser sensors
The optoNCDT 1900 is the latest model of Micro-Epsilon laser sensors. This innovative sensor is used for dynamic displacement, distance and position measurements and impresses with high speed, design and accuracy. The integrated high-performance controller enables fast and highly precise processing and output of measurement values. The innovative optoNCDT 1900 laser triangulation sensor is used whenever maximum precision is combined with the latest technology, e.g., in Advanced Automation, the automotive industry, 3D printing and coordinate measuring machines.
Now with integrated EtherCAT and EtherNet/IP interfaces
The latest optoNCDT 1900 sensor generation is now even smarter - thanks to the integrated EtherCAT and EtherNet/IP interfaces, you integrate the full sensor performance directly into your PLC. You benefit from real-time data without time delay and reduced installation effort. You can set the optoNCDT 1900 as usual in Ethernet mode via the intuitive web interface. After rebooting in fieldbus mode, the settings are automatically applied to the fieldbus. For very fast measurements, an oversampling function can be activated in the sensor. This allows measurement data to be detected or transmitted four times faster than the PLC's polling cycle (up to max. 10 kHz with EtherCAT and max. 4 kHz with EtherNet/IP).
Optimized for thickness measurements of electrode coating
The optoNCDT 1900 laser sensors are now also available with a measuring range of 6 mm. Its laser-line beam design makes this sensor ideally suitable for inline thickness measurements in battery cell production. The electrode coating is a dried paste (the so-called slurry), which is applied on both sides of an aluminum film (for the cathode) or on a copper film (for the anode). Subsequent drying and calendering forms a partially very porous surface. Specially designed for measurements on rough surfaces, the small laser line is ideal for this application since it compensates for surface irregularities. The thickness values of the coated film obtained in this way are used for quality assurance.
Both its high accuracy and its very compact size make the optoNCDT 1900 ideally suitable for this type of measurement tasks.
Highest stability based on intelligent signal optimization
For the first time, a two-step measurement value averaging is available to optimize the signal. This enables a smooth signal at edges and steps. Especially for high speed measurements of moving parts, the high-performance averaging enables a precise signal course.
Advanced Surface Compensation - The intelligent exposure control for demanding surfaces
The optoNCDT 1900 is equipped with an intelligent surface control feature. New algorithms enable stable measurement results even on demanding surfaces presenting changing reflections. In addition, the sensor is extremely resistant to ambient light and can also be used in strongly illuminated environments. New algorithms compensate for ambient light up to 50,000 lux.
Simple installation and initial operation
Mounting the sensor using fitting sleeves automatically aligns the sensor in the correct position. This enables both easy sensor replacement and even higher precision in solving measurement tasks. Thanks to its small dimensions, the laser sensor can also be integrated in confined spaces.
Modern interfaces for integration into machines and systems
The laser sensor is equipped with an RS422 interface and analog outputs. The Micro-Epsilon interface modules also offer EtherNet/IP and PROFINET.