2-axis scanner scanCONTROL 30x0
for quality controlfor measuringfor coordinate measuring machines

2-axis scanner
2-axis scanner
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Number of axes
for quality control, for measuring, for coordinate measuring machines, shape measurement, for surface inspection, for soldering inspection, for girth weld inspection, OEM, profile, for detection, for medical applications, for production lines, for robots
laser line triangulation, optical
compact, fixed, in-line
Other characteristics
high-speed, high-resolution, high-precision, Ethernet, IP67, with blue laser diode, with integrated electronics, non-contact

Min.: 106 µm

Max.: 121 µm


Min.: 40 µm

Max.: 96 µm

Measuring distance

Min.: 78 mm
(3 in)

Max.: 420 mm
(17 in)


scanCONTROL 30x0 laser scanners are among the highest performing profile sensors in terms of their size, accuracy and measuring rate. They provide calibrated 2D profile data with up to 7.37 million points per second. Their profile frequency of up to 10 kHz enables precise profile measurements in dynamic processes. The high-resolution sensor matrix offers a resolution of 2,048 points with an ultimate point distance of just 12 µm. Thanks to their high accuracy, high profile frequency and versatility, these powerful scanners are suitable for demanding measurement tasks. They measure and evaluate, e.g., angles, steps, gaps, distances and circles with high precision. These sensors also offer predefined operating modes that enable optimal results for various applications. The scanCONTROL 30x0 series is available as COMPACT and SMART versions. The COMPACT scanners provide calibrated profile data that can be further processed on a PC with software evaluation provided by the customer. SMART scanners operate autonomously and provide selected measurement values. The scanCONTROL 30x0 series supports all SMART functions and programs that are set in the scanCONTROL Configuration Tools software and directly stored in the internal controller. On inhomogeneous or dark surfaces, the HDR (High Dynamic Range) data acquisition mode and the improved auto exposure optimizes the measurement results. In HDR mode, the rows of the sensor matrix are exposed differently but at the same time which avoids time offsets between the recordings. This is how moving objects can be detected reliably. The areas for auto exposure can be selected individually.



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IMTS 2024

9-14 Sep 2024 Chicago (USA - Illinois) Hall East Building, Level 3 - Stand 134564

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    18-19 Sep 2024 Chemnitz (Germany) Hall 1 - Stand 1-350

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