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The inductive probe induSENSOR DTD is designed for automated series applications. The design is both extremely compact and kept simple for the end application. For example, the sensor and controller are firmly connected to each other via a cable optimized for drag chains and are also designed for harsh environments. The system is adjusted and calibrated at the factory. The inductive DTD sensor is used, among other things, for automated shape and geometry inspections, for material inspections and positioning tasks.

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In combination with the entire 3D sensor portfolio from Micro-Epsilon, the Industrial Performance Unit (IPU) evaluates 3D data automatically. The system consists of a powerful industrial controller and the 3DInspect evaluation software with Valid3D technology. The sensors are connected to the IPU via GigE Vision and allow highly accurate evaluation, calculation, further processing, storage and output of the 3D data via integrated, modern interfaces.

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The fields of application for scanCONTROL 30xx laser scanners are now even more diverse. The rear-tail option features a rear outlet with an integrated cable. This reduces the space requirement by about half. In addition, a new protective housing is available that offers connections for air purge as well as liquid cooling, optimizing the laser scanners for measurements in harsh industrial environments.

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The optoNCDT 1900 laser sensors are particularly compact and high-performance. As of now, the displacement and distance sensors offer even more options for integration in industrial environments. In addition to the sensors with integrated EtherCAT interface, new models with integrated EtherNet/IP interface are now available. The sensors show their strengths particularly in very fast processes, for example in battery and electronics production, packaging machines and in robotics applications.

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The new mounting frame with capacitive sensors from Micro-Epsilon ensures highly accurate measurement results for two-sided thickness measurements. The sensors are arranged opposite each other and permanently mounted. Mounting on the frame allows the sensors to be permanently and perfectly aligned with each other. This ensures maximum precision, which is required for applications in the battery and semiconductor industries, among others.

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The optoNCDT 1900-6 and 1900-6LL laser sensors are optimized for applications in the battery industry. With a measuring range of 6 mm, thickness measurements of coated battery films in particular can be performed with high precision. The LL variant with small laser line is especially designed for measurements on coated films, as it compensates for inhomogeneous surfaces using an oval light spot.

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High measuring rates and powerful light intensity characterize the confocalDT 2465 and 2466. They provide extremely stable signals for distance and thickness measurements even on rough as well as dark surfaces. The new feature in this controller generation is the possibility to connect and evaluate two sensors at once.The multi-peak variant simultaneously measures the thickness of up to five transparent layers.

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Capacitive sensors from Micro-Epsilon deliver maximum precision for distance, position and thickness measurements in laboratory as well as industrial applications. Two new sensors expand the extensive product portfolio with immediate effect and score with their compact design at high resolution and accuracy. The sensors capaNCDT CSE01 with 0.1 mm measuring range and CSE025 with 0.25 mm measuring range are therefore among the smallest capacitive displacement sensors in the world.

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The white light interferometer product group represents the most precise optical sensors in Micro-Epsilon's overall portfolio. From now on the interferoMETER systems are also available as multi-peak versions. They measure up to 13 layers with minimum layer thicknesses down to 10 µm. The multi-peak distance systems now enable simultaneous measurement of distance and thickness. The thickness measuring systems are typically used for process-stable multi-layer thickness measurement even with fluctuating measuring distances, e.g. in strip processes in film production.

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A new configurator is now available for eddy current based inductive sensors. This makes it easier for you to put together the right combination of sensor and the appropriate controller for your application. The eddy current sensors from Micro-Epsilon are characterized by high precision, speed and temperature stability, coupled with the greatest possible ease of use and optimum cost-effectiveness. The strengths of the system are particularly evident when measuring in harsh industrial environments.

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The new firmware V53 for scanCONTROL 30xx laser profile scanners is available. In the new version, the exposure time has been optimized. With this change, profile measurements can be performed at up to 5x speed, as the exposure time has been reduced by up to 80%. Thus, highly accurate 2D and 3D measurements with high dynamics can be performed.

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The innovative optoNCDT 1900 laser sensor impresses with its high speed, compact design and accuracy. The latest sensor generation is now even smarter - thanks to the integrated EtherCAT interface, you integrate the full sensor performance directly into your PLC. You benefit from real-time data without time delay and with reduced installation effort.

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