Micro-Epsilon news

The models ILR103x/LC with a measuring laser of laser class 1 increase the optoNCDT ILR 1030/1031 series of compact laser distance sensors for fast distance measurement. The range of the prevailing sensors with laser class 2 has been enlarged from 8 to 15 metres (without reflector).

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The new compact optoCONTROL 2520 laser micrometer features an integrated controller. Other characteristics of this new sensor include an easy to use web interface for set up, configuration and data management, a large measuring range, and flexible segment measurements.

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For assembly in automotive production, the colorSENSOR LT-2-DU sensor compares the color of different add-on parts, such as parking sensor and rear bumpers. The colors do not have to be taught to the sensor; the only requirement is to define the color difference between the two color channels.

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Each year the Continental Automotive Group honours its best suppliers with an award. Based on a systematic annual evaluation of more than 900 strategic suppliers, the Automotive Group singles out those companies that provide exceptional performance in different categories of material. For the first time this award was given to a company in the Micro-Epsilon group.

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At this year's plastics trade fair „K“ in the German city of Düsseldorf, Micro-Epsilon introduces a variety of measurement solutions for the plastics industry: infrared technology for process and product control, thickness measurement systems for blown film, flat film and rubber sheets, as well as inside diameter/bore hole inspection systems for extruder cases.

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Inline quality assurance for the production of zinc strips and sheets requires a high speed, accurate and reliable measuring system. The colorCONTROL ACS7000 spectral color measuring system provides decisive advantages.

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Micro-Epsilon celebrates its 45th anniversary. In over four decades, a three-man operation has become a global group of companies. Since the company was founded in 1968, Micro-Epsilon development engineers have been setting new trends for high-precision sensors. The first digital measuring system, the smallest eddy-current sensor in the world, an automatic paint inspection system for automotive production, and temperature-resistant, robust embedded coil technology for capacitive and eddy-current sensors – Micro-Epsilon has made a name for itself as a problem-solver of the most demanding measurement tasks.

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A new release of the “scanCONTROL Configuration Tools“ software is now available to download. New features have been implemented that enable easier, faster configuration of scanCONTROL laser scanners, as well as additional interface configuration options.

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Modern brake discs and brake pads are made from a variety of materials. When examining the wear and deformation of brake discs, the varying surface structures pose a challenge to optical measurement methods. The optoNCDT 2300 laser triangulation displacement sensor is used to reliably capture the topography of brake discs.

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New software is now available for a number of sensor models in the colorSENSOR range. The update includes switchable memory and an additional feature for monitoring high speed processes

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Whether a lab PC or a company laptop – even computers without the RS422 industrial interface can now evaluate readings from Micro-Epsilon laser and confocal sensors. A 4-x RS422/USB converter is now available for this purpose.

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Micro-Epsilon has successfully integrated an inductive probe sensor into a miniature actuator for OEM applications. With its 13g and 56mm design, the compact induSENSOR EDS can be permanently exposed to high temperatures, harsh environments and pressure. This miniaturized design can achieve measuring ranges of up to 100mm for absolute displacement measurements on or in a hydraulic cylinder.

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