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Capacitive sensors are considered one of the most precise measuring systems for displacement, distance and position, achieving resolutions well below one nanometer. The modular-designed system allows up to four additional measurement channels to be added. It stands out due to its modular design and because it is one of the most modern controllers in the world. The capaNCDT 6222 is used for high speed measurements up to 20 kHz.

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When selecting a non-contact eddy current displacement sensor, a number of factors need to be considered, including temperature of the target, calibration, target thickness and size, speed of measurements ...

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The eddyNCDT 3060 is a new, powerful eddy current measurement system from Micro-Epsilon that is suitable for high speed, high precision displacement measurements in harsh industrial environments. The system comprises a compact controller, a sensor and integrated or non-integrated cable, and is factory-calibrated for ferrous and non-ferrous materials. With more than 400 compatible sensor models, unique ease of use and smart signal processing, the eddyNCDT 3060 sets new standards in inductive displacement measurement.

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At the Advanced Engineering Show (31st October – 1st November 2018) at the NEC, Birmingham, Micro-Epsilon UK (stand F40) will showcase its full range of sensor technologies, including non-contact capacitive, eddy current and laser triangulation displacement sensors, as well as 2D/3D laser profile sensors, thermal imagers and colour sensors. In addition, the stand will feature five interactive product demonstrations, including two colour measurement systems:

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The new optoNCDT 1750LL laser sensor is used in high precision distance measurements of metallic and structured surfaces. Their oval-shaped light spot makes it possible to compensate for physical interferences and to output stable measurement values. Therefore, the optoNCDT 1750LL can be used where conventional laser point sensors are operating at their limits.

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Based on the combination of two different sensor technologies in one sensor head, Micro-Epsilon has developed the thicknessCONTROL TCP 8303.ET, an innovative system for thickness measurements directly in the calender system. It enables fully automatic rubber thickness control during the production process.

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At the Engineering Design Show (17th October – 18th October 2018) at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, Micro-Epsilon UK (stand D10) will showcase its full range of sensor technologies, including non-contact capacitive, eddy current and laser triangulation displacement sensors, as well as 2D/3D laser profile sensors, thermal imagers and colour sensors. The stand will feature five interactive product demonstrations:

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At the PPMA (Processing & Packaging Machinery Association) Show at the NEC, Birmingham (25th September – 27th September 2018) Micro-Epsilon UK (stand E94) will showcase its full range of sensor technologies, including non-contact capacitive, eddy current and laser triangulation displacement sensors, as well as 2D/3D laser profile sensors, thermal imagers and colour sensors. The stand will also feature seven live sensor demonstrations:

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Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon has launched a new sensor system that combines an eddy current sensor with a capacitive displacement sensor in a single housing. This unique sensor concept enables high precision one-sided thickness measurements of plastic film or coatings applied on metal objects, plates or sheets.

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Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon has extended its capaNCDT series of non-contact capacitive displacement sensors with a range of threaded housing options that enable faster, easier mounting of the sensors in industrial or process manufacturing environments.

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The company Ceramicx in Ireland develops and produces infrared heating elements. These devices generate infrared radiation in order to heat objects on a non-contact basis. These are used when composite materials or plastics need to be heated without contact as evenly as possible. When the heating temperature is too high or too low, this can lead to faulty shapes, inconsistent hardening and quality issues later.

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Metals, plastics and rubber processing companies can now benefit from a comprehensive range of inline precision measurement and inspection systems from a single UK supplier.

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