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Selecting a Measurement Sensor

Shape / Profile

When selecting a sensor for 2D measurements, the first step is to choose a method for generating a profile of the target. This can be performed by scanning a 1D sensor over a surface, using a laser line, or working from a 3D image. The target material, shape, and size will all play a role in determining the best fit. Check out some typical methods below, or request a free consultation with a measurement expert.

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Measure fine details on touch panels regardless of surface finish with confocal sensors. With a beam spot of 3.5μm, even the smallest features can be measured.

Confocal Displacement Sensor

CL-3000 series

Profile tire treads and sidewalls with multiple 2D laser profilers.

High-speed 2D Laser Profiler

LJ-V7000 series

Measure the step height of features on a wafer after etching. With 3D interferometry, mirrored surfaces can be measured accurately.

3D Interference Measurement Sensor

WI-5000 series

Using 2D thrubeam sensors, medical balloons can be inspected inline at high-speed.

High-speed 2D Optical Micrometer

TM-3000 series

Inspect for lamination misalignment after winding. With a minimum X-resolution of 2.5 μm 0.000098", the LJ-X8000 Series accurately measures the profile of each electrode.

2D/3D Laser Profiler

LJ-X8000 series

Provide feedback about disconnected locations in electrodes before lamination. Accurately acquire the profile of electrode terminals to perform high-accuracy inspection of edge locations.

2D/3D Laser Profiler

LJ-X8000 series

Measure the profile of a wafer edge. By selecting one of the inspection tools such as Height Difference/Width or Angle, users can start measurement easily. The ultrahigh-resolution image capturing using 3200 points/profile achieves highly accurate profile measurement that was impossible with conventional methods.

2D/3D Laser Profiler

LJ-X8000 series