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The O- and C-frame systems of the thicknessCONTROL series operate with innovative laser line scanners that offer two measuring ranges. With a material thickness of 400 mm, these systems achieve 10 times higher accuracy than conventional X-ray devices. Furthermore, the systems are easier to use since they do not require any recalibration with changing alloys, unlike X-ray devices.

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For the optoNCDT 1420 and optoNCDT 1750 laser triangulation sensors, a new firmware update is available. It offers numerous new features and enhanced resistance to ambient light. In addition, it’s now possible to quickly evaluate the sensor signals via the C-Box/2A. For flawless operation, we recommend you download the current version.

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Blue Laser displacement sensors from Micro-Epsilon solve measurement tasks on demanding surfaces. For example, optoNCDT 1750BL Blue Laser sensors measure the damp paper pulp of quality paper during the production process. This makes it possible to now measure the product when the paper pulp becomes a solid paper web. This saves material and money. In addition to the paper industry, the optoNCDT 1750BL laser triangulation sensor is used in the metals, ceramics, semiconductor, food and wood industries as well as in medical technology.

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The new capaNCDT MD6-22 is a capacitive handheld gauge for mobile gap measurements. It reliably solves measurement tasks in plant and machine building, wind turbines, construction and maintenance of turbines and engines, as well as test benches. Due to its compatibility with numerous capacitive sensors from Micro-Epsilon, the MD6-22 is suitable for a wide range of applications that require high precision gap

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Designed for applications involving high volumes, the new wireSENSOR WPS-Kxx draw-wire displacement sensors measure distance and position precisely. The K series combines high performance sensors for indoor and outdoor applications with an excellent price/performance ratio. Due to their modular design, the sensors can be adapted quickly and easily to the respective measurement task.

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The new IF2030/PNET interface module easily connects Micro-Epsilon sensors to PROFINET controllers. It is compatible with Micro-Epsilon sensors that output data via an RS422 or RS485 interface and operates at up to 4 MBaud.

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The optoNCDT 1220 from Micro-Epsilon is a laser sensor with an attractive price/performance ratio, high measurement accuracy and ease of use. Suitable for OEM and serial applications in automation technology, this miniature sensor with integrated controller measures displacement, distance and position on a wide range of surfaces.

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When cutting fabrics, optoCONTROL CLS-K fiber optic sensors from Micro-Epsilon determine the exact position of the fabric strip. Therefore, a sensor is mounted directly on one of the cutting blades and recognizes when the fabric is in the cutting position. The fiber optic sensors used optimize the cutting accuracy and the quality of the final products, while reducing waste and machine errors.

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In numerous industrial processes, high precision temperature control is required to achieve high and consistent quality results. Modern infrared temperature measuring devices detect hot objects, parts that are difficult to access and that move quickly. From a safe distance, these thermoIMAGER TIM infrared cameras detect temperature profiles of, e.g., glass, metals and very fine details on PCBs.

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The confocalDT IFS2405-6 from Micro-Epsilon is a new confocal chromatic sensor which can be mounted in a safe distance from the object to be measured. The sensor is primarily used for thickness measurements in glass production processes where it provides precise measurement results at a large offset distance. Every confocal chromatic sensor in the IFS series covers measuring ranges from 0.1 to 30 mm.

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In cold forming processes, deep drawing is considered a decisive step in the production process. optoNCDT 1420 laser triangulation sensors measure the metal sheet infeed during pressing, as this parameter is crucial for the quality assessment of the process. Due to their robust design, these sensors are insensitive to shock and vibration. Based on innovative sensor technology, the measured results are constantly precise even under challenging conditions such as parts with different reflection characteristics.

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The world’s smallest draw-wire sensor enhances the Micro-Epsilon product range. With a weight of only 8 g and a size of just 19 x 19 mm, the wireSENSOR MT19 is used for displacement and distance measurements with a measuring range of 40 mm. This highly dynamic sensor is extremely compact and enables wire accelerations up to 60 g. The new MT series from Micro-Epsilon also includes the MT33 and MT56 draw-wire sensors, which stand out due to an ultra-compact design relative to their measuring ranges.

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