1D Optical Micrometer
- Green LED light is emitted as a uniform collimated beam. When a target breaks this beam a shadow is formed on the light receiving element, measuring this shadow gives us an accurate representation of the target.
|(A) Monitor CMOS||The Monitor CMOS tracks workpiece inclination to automatically correct for tilt errors.|
|(B) High-speed exposure CMOS||Proprietary designed measurement CMOS features an integrated amplifier to maximize performance and speed.|
|(C) Target Position CMOS||The CMOS measures the position between the transmitter and receiver|
|(D) High-intensity Green-LED||High-intensity Green LED lasts longer than traditional LED light sources while providing high intensity and evenly-distributed lighting.|
|(E) High performance condenser||Lens unit efficiently focuses LED light|
Laser Scan Micrometer
A laser is emitted onto a spinning polygon mirror which traverses the beam throughout the sensors measurement range at a constant speed. Measurements such as the outer diameter are determined by measuring the amount of time the light is blocked from the receiver.
Dual telecentric silhouette-based system
The transmitter emits collimated lighting with a green LED to project a shadow on the CMOS sensor in the receiver.
Measurement is then performed using this captured image. The TM-X5000 Series includes telecentric lenses in both the transmitter and the receiver, ensuring stable, high-accuracy measurement.
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