Multi channel, high performance, modular, capacitive system capaNCDT 6200Modular multi-channel system - up to 4 channels capaNCDT 6200Highest precision capaNCDT 6222Multi-channel measurement for highly dynamic processes The capacitive sensor system capaNCDT 6200 system provides a modular, compact, expandable and cost effective measurement system that is suitable for R&D, test, OEM and production environments, where either flexibility to expand the measurement system and/or high precision measurement is key. The capaNCDT 6200 controller (oscillator) base unit can be expanded at any time to include up to four measurement channels. All capacitive displacement sensors from Micro-Epsilon can be connected to the capaNCDT 6200 with no further calibration required. The capaNCDT 6200 can be expanded by simply adding a DL6220 demodulator, which provides an Ethernet interface, supporting fast and easy configuration through a web browser. No additional software has to be installed. With easy integration into the existing network, the Ethernet interface also maximises the accuracy of the measurement readings, as there is no signal ‘noise’ or loss in the signal compared to analogue outputs, resulting in true nanometre resolutions. Based on the same modular design principle, the new DL6230 demodulator can now also be added to the capaNCDT 6200 controller and/or DL6220 demodulator as an expansion module. As well as an Ethernet interface, the DL6230 also provides an EtherCAT interface and also synchronises multiple banks of controllers/demodulators. Features Measuring ranges (mm): 0.05 | 0.2 | 0.5 | 0.8 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 5 | 10 Resolution 0.2 nm Linearity 0.01 µm Bandwidth 20kHz (-3dB) Data rate (Digital output) 39000kHz Modular – up to 4 synchronised channels Analogue output Easy set up and configuration via Web interface Arithmetic functions for thickness or differential calculations Related links Glossary: Measuring principle "Capacitive measurement principle" Add to watchlist Already added to watchlist back to product group "Capacitive sensors"