More precision  -  MICRO-EPSILON

Dear Sir or Madam,

Although wireless solutions make life much easier, most industrial environments are still hard-wired. Especially high performance sensor technologies often require faultless transmission of highly accurate data. This is why Micro-Epsilon presents a world first - an 8m long triaxial cable without preamplifier for nanometer precision capacitive measurement systems. The newsletter provides further information on this.

As always, we are pleased to answer any questions that you may have:
all contact details can be found here.

Yours sincerely,

Horst Bathke, Sales Manager


Eight metre-long triaxial cable for capacitive sensors

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.



More precision for the machine tool

The spindle is at the heart of a machine tool and so plays a decisive role in the dimensional accuracy and surface quality of the respective workpiece. High speeds and the heat generated result in the axial extension of the workpiece spindle and to the resultant positioning error during finishing of the workpiece. In order to minimise positioning errors in machine tools, the eddy current sensor SGS 4701 measures the thermal extension of high-frequency spindles.



Eddy current sensors: new website, new catalogue

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.



Laser displacement sensors in the supersonic test rig at Rolls-Royce

Micro-Epsilon is one of the product sponsors for the Bloodhound SSC Project. The organisers 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.



If you’d prefer not to receive e-mails like this from Micro-Epsilon in the future, please unsubscribe here .
In case of any questions on unsubscribing from this newsletter please contact .

  Königbacher Str. 15
  94496 Ortenburg, Germany
Phone: +49 8542 / 168 - 0
Fax: +49 8542 / 168 - 90