Revolutionary Speed and Stability

What makes a 3D laser system that is truly useful inline.

Advanced technology delivers ultra-high speed and stability

[Newly developed]
HSE3*-CMOS - Provides enhanced stability on any target, even at high speed


The LJ-V7000 Series is equipped with the newly developed HSE3-CMOS. In addition to improved speed, the dynamic range has been further enhanced to be well above that of conventional light receiving elements. Even with an extremely short exposure time of 15.6 μs, the LJ-V7000 can reliably measure a range of surfaces from black (small amount of reflection) surfaces to those with luster (large amount of reflection) simultaneously.
HS=High Speed E3 =Enhanced Eye Emulation

[Newly developed]
GP64-Processor - Next generation system designed for high speed data processing

The custom developed GP64 processor, exclusive to the LJ-V7000, is designed to provide high speed parallel data processing. This allows the system to maintain a 64 kHz output frequency while maximizing output stability and accuracy.


Conventional systems have difficulty generating tight profile spacing on rapidly moving targets. At a speed of 6.4 m/s, conventional systems could at most generate a 24.3 mm 0.92" profile pitch.
240x the speed of conventional systems
LJ-V7000 With the advances incorporated into the LJ-V7000, it is now possible to generate a 0.1 mm 0.004" profile pitch on the same target.

[Publicly open communications library]
Continuous profile data output at a top speed of 64 kHz

Gigabit Ethernet

Profile data

The LJ-V7000 Series has now been equipped with a TOE (TCP/IP off-load engine) specifically for processing high-speed communication. This achieves high throughput that does not affect CPU load. With this it is possible to output 64,000 units of profile data at a top speed of 1 second. Rather than performing measurements in standard measurement mode, the LJ-V7000 Series s used as a measuring probe and is effective in cases when you would like to perform measurements using your own original algorithms. The communications library is also publicly available as standard.

Differences with a 3D measurement camera

3D measurement camera

3D measurement camera

LJ-V Series

LJ-V Series

3D camera/LJ-V

[1] Easy installation

When using a 3D camera, the laser light source and receiver (camera) are independent of each other, greatly complicating on-site installation and adjustment. With the LJ-V, the laser light source and receiver are contained in a single body, making transmitter to receiver mounting adjustment unnecessary. This also ensures that the transmitter and receiver maintain this alignment
regardless of machine use.

[2] No linearization required

When using a 3D camera, the height of individual pixels and pixel pitch vary due to the relative positions of the laser light source and the receiver, requiring onsite linearization following installation. With the LJ-V Series, the output data in pre-linearized by the controller without the need for additional post-processing.

[3] Out of the box traceability

As LJ-V Series is not a machine vision camera, but a traceable measurement device, traceability and calibration documentation is available out of the box. All systems are factory calibrated to international traceability standards and compliance documentation is readily available.