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Selecting a Measurement Sensor

Stroke and Positioning

Realtime feedback for position or stroke is important for both process control and process improvement. The target's speed, distance, and accessibility will all impact which type of sensor best suits your needs. Take a look at the typical approaches for position measurement below, or feel free to request a consultation with a local measurement expert.

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Confocal sensors do not have the dead zones characteristic of triangulation sensors, and can therefore measure into smaller and deeper holes more reliably.

Confocal Displacement Sensor

CL-3000 series

Using thrubeam sensors, roller position can be accurately measured at high line speeds.

High-speed optical micrometer

LS-9000 series

Check for press fit failure with contact displacement sensors.

High-Accuracy Digital Contact Sensor

GT2 series

Measure the height of the equipment when adhesive is applied to glass. Utilizing the multi-colour confocal method measurement principle enables high-precision measurement whether the glass is transparent or opaque.

Confocal Displacement Sensor

CL-3000 series

Target positioning is used to ensure the next process is performed accurately. Laser profilers provide stable position feedback anywhere in the measurement range, regardless of target material, color, or size.

2D/3D Laser Profiler

LJ-X8000 series

Robot teaching is used to ensure tools are set in the specified position. The 2D Telecentric Measurement System enables precise position feedback for end tools and other axial targets.

Telecentric Measurement System

TM-X5000 series

Angled mirrors can be used for measurement where installation space is limited. This setup enables position detection of tangent circle coordinates or intersection point coordinates as well as simultaneous shape and dimension verification for wafer notches.

Telecentric Measurement System

TM-X5000 series