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Technology » Laser Triangulation Sensor

The principle

 

Laser triangulation sensors determine the position of a target by measuring reflected from the target surface. A laser projects a spot of light to the target, and its reflection is focused via an optical lens on a Charged Coupled device or 'CCD'. If the target changes its position from the reference point the position of the reflected spot of light on the detector changes as well. The sensor detects the spot position on the receiving CCD and provides an output signal proportional to target position.

Laser Triangulation Sensor
Laser Triangulation Sensor

The advantages

 

The laser triangulation measurement principle is a simple, inexpensive sensor option. Form and dimensional measurements are suited to this technique.


Specifications

 Sensor T1 T2

 Measurement Range

10 mm

30 mm

 Vertical Resolution

1 [µm]

3 [µm]

 Spot Size

30 [µm]

70 [µm]

 Standoff

30 mm

80 mm

 Wavelength

670 nm

670 nm

 Laser Class II

II

II

 
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