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3D measurement with a laser light sensor

31 January 2012

Pepperl+Fuchs has introduced a new range of laser light sensors.

Modern vision solutions ned to fulfull a host tasks and requirements, such as path correction, edge or gap measurement, volume measurement or tolerance verification.
Pepperl+Fuchs has developed a powerful and reliable laser light sensor in the form of the LineRunner 300 (LR300) to overcome these challenges.

In the laser light process, a line projected onto an object is detected by a camera at a specific angle. Height and width information are determined using the triangulation principle.
As a result, the LR300 is able to process problematic colour and contrast characteristics using a sophisticated exposure time control.

The LineRunner delivers width and height data in millimeters, via an Ethernet interface, enabling direct connection to an evaluation system.

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