The optoNCDT 1700LL uses Micro-Epsilon’s RTSC (Real Time Surface Compensation) technology, which enables the sensor to automatically compensate in real time for difficult-to-measure surfaces. When combined with high-speed software algorithms, RTSC dramatically reduces signal noise at high measurement speeds. When users need to measure against a shiny surface, they ideally require a sensor that is able to automatically adjust the laser pulse duration (or laser on time) of the sensor to give them the optimum exposure time on the CCD for that particular surface. This, in turn, provides a higher accuracy measurement due to lower noise level on the output signal.
The sensor also offers a range of interfaces including RS422 and analogue output. The sensor also provides various options for signal processing and data output, including peak selection (peak-to-peak), masking of the video signal, data reduction, averaging, exposure time, error status, time stamp, filtering and statistics (min and max).
The optoNCDT 1700LL is available in four models with measuring ranges from 2mm up to 50mm. Resolution is down to 0.1µm and linearity is down to ± 0.1µm. Data output is via Ethernet, RS422 or EtherCAT. The sensor is also extremely compact, measuring just 80mm by 75mm by 30mm.
For more information on the optoNCDT 1700LL, please call the Micro-Epsilon sales department on 0151 355 6070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org