Micro-Epsilon news

The range of accessories for capacitive displacement sensors has been extended with a new long length CCg cable. The new triaxial cable enables cable lengths of up to eight metres and is designed for industrial environments where long cable lengths are required.

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Eddy current sensors from Micro-Epsilon are designed for non-contact measurement of displacement, distance, position, oscillation and vibrations. They are particularly suitable when high precision is required in harsh industrial environments (pressure, dirt, temperature). Non-contact eddy current sensors from Micro-Epsilon offer extremely precise measurements where sub-micron accuracy is required. The recently updated website for the eddyNCDT product group informs users about their advantages, measuring principles and applications of eddy current displacement sensors from Micro-Epsilon.

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Micro-Epsilon is one of the product sponsors for the Bloodhound SSC Project. The organizers want to set a new land speed record of 1,600 kilometres per hour (1,000mph) with a 135,000 HP rocket car. Non-contact sensors from Micro-Epsilon are used in the test cell, road tests and in engine development. In the test rig, the optical sensors are faced with even higher speeds.

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Today, a windshield is much more than a simple glass sheet in the car that protects the driver from headwind. This subsystem has evolved, incorporating key vehicle roles while also having to resist shocks ...

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A total of seven new laser sensors extends the high quality optoNCDT 2300 series. As well as laser sensors with red laser, new Blue Laser models are now available, allowing you to select the optimal laser displacement sensor for every highly dynamic application.

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Micro-Epsilon presents the C-Box - the new controller with analog output for the highly dynamic optoNCDT 2300 laser triangulation sensor. The C-Box makes it possible to convert digital sensor signals into an analog signal.

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To ensure the high production quality of longitudinally welded pipes, the scanCONTROL laser profile scanners check the edge positions and the alignment of the edges to each other.

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The company Aumat (Germany) develops and manufactures complex production systems for security keys and locks. When manufacturing locking cylinders, the operator must feed the correct blank into the production programme of the control system. A combination of two optoNCDT 1302 laser displacement sensor and a colorSENSOR LT color sensor protect the customer from incorrect use.

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In the Daimler "Synchronic Plant" in Mannheim (Germany), innovative scanning technology automates the coating process for vehicle engines. Based on 3D models, individual cleaning and painting programmes for around 10,000 engine variants are generated and transmitted to eight robots on request.

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A new version of the scanCONTROL software CD is now available as a download. This comprehensive version 8.0 of the software offers the user a diverse range of features for set up and configuration, data collection and data output.

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Micro-Epsilon presents four new laser sensors from its optoNCDT 2300 high-end series, which are designed for a variety of applications, from electronics production to steel processing, offering larger offset distances from 25mm to 550mm.

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Micro-Epsilon is one of the product sponsors for the Bloodhound SSC Project. The organizers want to set a new land speed record with a 135,000 HP rocket car. Non-contact sensors from Micro-Epsilon are used in the test cell, road tests and in engine development.

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