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Intelligence, integration and miniaturization are current trends in displacement measurement technology. Furthermore, an increasing number of measurement tasks that were traditionally carried out using tactile displacement and position sensors are now performed using non-contact alternatives. Due to their compact dimensions, very small eddy current sensors are now being used in completely new applications, proving that this trend is making its way into the sub-miniature world.

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Two new sensors extend the fields of application for the colorCONTROL ACS7000 spectral inline color measurement system. This circular sensor offers color measurement of structured and shiny metallic surfaces. The 45°/0° standard sensor enables line color measurement according to DIN 5033.

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The world's smallest VGA infrared camera, the thermoIMAGER TIM 640, extends the Micro-Epsilon range of industrial infrared cameras. The thermoIMAGER TIM 640 performs radiometric imaging and video recording at a resolution of 640x480 pixels, detecting even the smallest of thermal defects reliably.

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The new capacitive controller provides a combination of technical advantages in displacement measurement and excellent price/performance ratio. A compact sensor and ease of use make the capaNCDT 6110 sensor suitable for measuring displacement, distance, and position in a diverse range of applications, from test cells to machine monitoring and OEMs.

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The capacitive principle is one of the traditional methods used for industrial distance, displacement and position measurement. Capacitive sensors capaNCDT operate on a non-contact, wear-free basis to nanometre accuracy, and are used in various industries.

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The scanCONTROL series of laser profile scanners has been extended with two additional models that use a blue laser diode. The sensors are based on the laser line triangulation. The innovative aspect of the sensors is their use of a short wavelength of 405 nm. The special characteristics of this wavelength range enable the sensors to be used in conditions where measurements have not been practicable to date. The sensors even operate on reflective or transparent surfaces, where it is not possible to use optical measurement methods.

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The CSP2008 universal controller enables the interconnection of multiple optical sensors from Micro-Epsilon into a single measurement system. And that's not all: CSP2008 actively compensates for any disturbances such as belt movements, radial movements of pulleys or base body vibrations.

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The 2520 optical micrometer that was launched at the end of 2013, can also be used with the CSP 2008 universal controller from the third quarter of 2014. This means that up to six systems can be connected and measurement values evaluated together. The sensors also reliably measure large objects that do not fit into the light curtain of the sensor.

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Micro-Epsilon has launched a cost-effective eddy current sensor in a new price class for OEM high volume applications for displacement measurement in harsh industrial environments. The eddy NCDT 3001 also benefits from an extremely compact design.

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The 2D/3D laser profile scanners of the scanCONTROL series are applied in different industrial branches. However, beyond industrial production, the principle of multi-dimensional measurement can be used: a special mechanism with the laser scanner detects e.g. soil samples before subsequent geometric analysis.

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The new sensor heads enable high precision spectral color measurement even of transparent materials and self-luminous objects. There are two new receiver sensors, FCS-T-ACS3-TR5-200 and FCS-T-ACS3-TR9-200, for non-contact measurement by the transmitted light principle.

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Based on a unique measuring principle, the magneto-inductive sensors of the mainSENSOR family offer a large measuring range combined with high resolution and cost-effectiveness. Due to these advantages, the new mainSENSOR MDS40 is used for load detection in washing machines.

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