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Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon has introduced a range of protective housings for its scanCONTROL laser profile sensors and its thermoIMAGER range of infrared thermal imaging cameras. The protective housings enable the sensors and cameras to operate in extremely harsh environments, opening up both technologies to a variety of applications that were previously unsuitable.

Extra protection now available for laser profile sensors and thermal imaging cameras that operate in harsh conditions

When selecting a non-contact capacitive displacement sensor, a number of key factors need to be considered, including target size and shape, guarding method and bandwidth. As well as clean environments, the sensors can also operate in dirty, dusty industrial areas too, says Chris Jones of Micro-Epsilon.

Factors to consider when selecting capacitive displacement sensors

Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon has launched a new miniature draw wire position sensor (string pot, cable transducer) with non-contact potentiometer that offers a significantly longer service life compared to a draw wire sensor with conventional analogue hybrid potentiometer.

New miniature draw wire sensor offers 8 times longer service life

When selecting draw wire position sensors, a number of factors need to be considered, including their size and compactness, measuring range, output options and ease of customisation for high volume OEM applications, says Chris Jones of Micro-Epsilon.

Factors to consider when selecting draw wire position sensors

With any displacement measurement application, there is often a trade-off between the benefits and limitations of each measurement technology. Here, Micro-Epsilon compares four types of non-contact displacement measurement technology, advising on the pros and cons of each.

Micro-Epsilon compares four types of non-contact displacement measurement technology

Travelling from A to B at record pace in the Hyperloop – that’s the vision of Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk, who is pushing the development of this innovative transportation technology. But this high speed mode of transportation requires precision sensors to take over important measurement tasks. Compact infrared temperature sensors from Micro-Epsilon check the surface temperature of drive wheels, battery voltage, current, engine temperature, engine speed, ambient pressure and pressure in pneumatic systems.

Temperature sensors monitor surface temperature of the hyperloops polyurethane-coated drive wheel & ten coated running wheels

A UK-based steel producer has installed a non-contact inline thickness measurement system from Micro-Epsilon directly in its slitting line to accurately measure the thickness profile of narrow steel strip as it is cold rolled from coils.

Liberty Speciality Steel installs inline thickness profile measurement system from Micro-Epsilon to help improve quality and consistency of steel strip

A robust, portable, non-contact capacitive bench test kit for measuring the thickness variation of automotive brake discs is now available from Micro-Epsilon. The new capaNCDT DTV (Disc Thickness Variation) case is a special purpose portable test kit for car repair shops, brake disc manufacturers and automotive suppliers. The kit is specifically designed for non-contact measurement of brake disc thickness variation for bench tests, quality assurance and warranty claims purposes.

New portable test kit from Micro-Epsilon enables multi-track thickness measurements of automotive brake discs

BLOODHOUND SSC reached a major milestone in October, as it made its first public run at the Aerohub in Newquay. However, the event wasn’t just about driving the car successfully down the runway and showing it to spectators; it was also about testing the car and putting it through its paces, in particular, testing of hundreds of on-vehicle sensors that they were performing correctly under such extreme operating conditions.

First public run of BLOODHOUND SSC is a resounding success with the help of sensors from Micro-Epsilon UK

Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon has launched a new laser triangulation sensor with integrated controller that offers even higher performance and is fast and easy to set up. The sensor is suitable for high speed, distance, displacement and position measurements in a wide range of applications, including automation, machine building, electronics production, packaging, automotive and process manufacturing.

New laser triangulation sensor from Micro-Epsilon offers even higher performance and faster, easier set up

A UK-based engineering firm is using thermal imaging cameras from Micro-Epsilon to accurately measure the temperature profile of its revolutionary new air compressor, which is already attracting worldwide attention due to its energy saving capabilities.

Thermal imaging cameras from Micro-Epsilon measure temperature profile of revolutionary Lontra air compressor

At the Advanced Engineering Show (1st November – 2nd November 2017) at the NEC, Birmingham, Micro-Epsilon UK (stand D50) 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 two new measurement systems: thicknessSENSOR and moldCONTROL.

Micro-Epsilon to showcase new technologies at Advanced Engineering 2017
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