Linear displacement sensor MicroTrak 4
non-contactCMOS laserlaser triangulation

linear displacement sensor
linear displacement sensor
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Characteristics

Type
linear
Contact / non-contact
non-contact
Technology
CMOS laser, laser triangulation
Output signal
digital
Other characteristics
compact, precision, high-speed, USB
Measuring range

Min.: 2 mm (0.079 in)

Max.: 200 mm (7.874 in)

Measuring rate

40 kHz

Description

Compact digital laser displacement sensor head with stable and accurate measurements The latest 1D laser displacement sensor from MTI provides excellent speed and accuracy for even the most difficult applications and provides data output and power through a single USB cable. The MicroTrak 4 is the ultimate 1D laser sensor for measuring height, thickness, displacement, vibration, and more, with a sensor frame rate of 40k Samples/sec. and linearity of 0.03% FSO (Full Scale Output) accuracy and repeatability are assured. Features Resolution down to 0.03µm No separate power supply needed – Power supply from your computer’s USB port and at the same time provides all digital output CMOS sensor full frame rate of 40,000 per second Accurate and repeatable measurements from highly reflective to dull surfaces Specular and Glass Models available Configuration/DAQ software and dll included to provide ultimate flexibility in data collection and processing Auto gain circuitry – Automatically determines and adjusts the ideal laser power needed for different types of surfaces Programmable Cut-time feature – The bridging function ignores hole and cut-outs on objects for in process gap control and measurement No controller Needed – Built-in 5-color position indicator determines nominal laser gap setting and distance placement without the need for a controller Software Compatible with Windows® XP, Vista, Windows® 7 and Window® 8
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