LMI's displacement sensor uses laser triangulation

LMI Technologies' Gocator 1 series 3-D displacement sensors use the familiar Gocator web-based user interface for setup, measurement, and control functions.

Sep 10th, 2012
LMI's displacement sensor uses laser triangulation
LMI's displacement sensor uses laser triangulation

The Gocator 1 series 3-D displacement sensors use the familiar Gocator web-based user interface for setup, measurement, and control functions. Laser triangulation performs high-speed measurements at rates of 10 to 32 kHz, suitable for noncontact displacement feedback, differential thickness measurement, and automated, closed-loop machine processes.
LMI Technologies
Delta, BC, Canada

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LMI Adds New Displacement Sensor Series To The Innovative Gocator Product Line

LMI Technologies announces the addition of a new series of displacement sensors to their innovative Gocator all-in-one 3D sensor product line called the Gocator 1 series. This new series offers the same industry leading web-based user interface for setup, measurement, and control, for which the Gocator 2 series of laser line profilers are known. Gocator 1 series sensors use laser triangulation to perform high speed distance measurement at scan rates of 10-32kHz and are ideal for closed loop control in automation processes requiring non-contact displacement feedback or a differential thickness measurement. The new Gocator 1 series joins the Gocator 2 series of laser line profilers to deliver a broader variety of 3D measurement solutions for your application’s needs. To learn more about how Gocators are transforming in-line process control by making 3D measurement and control easy, visit us at www.lmi3D.com/product/gocator1 .

Product Highlights:
- New family of laser displacement sensors called Gocator 1 series
- Offers the same industry leading web-based interface as the Gocator 2 series
- Uses laser triangulation to perform high speed distance measurement
- High speed scan rates of 10-32kHz with low latency
- Built-in alignment and measurement tools
- Rich I/O for direct and PLC output
- Network support for synchronizing and triggering many sensors

Ideal applications are in in-line measurement processes requiring:
- Closed loop control within automation machinery
- Non-contact displacement feedback and distance measurement
- Non-contact differential thickness measurement

SOURCE: LMI Technologies

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