Laser distance sensor

The laser distance sensor HG-C with a repeatability of 10 µm and a response time of 1.5 ms. The sensor is optimally suited for positioning robot arms, measuring the position of hoops, checking for the presence of very small objects or checking for the overlapping of even the thinnest types of material.
By Panasonic May 9, 2016

The laser distance sensor HG-C with a repeatability of 10 µm and a response time of 1.5 ms. Courtesy: PanasonicThe laser distance sensor HG-C with a repeatability of 10 µm and a response time of 1.5 ms. The sensor is optimally suited for positioning robot arms, measuring the position of hoops, checking for the presence of very small objects or checking for the overlapping of even the thinnest types of material. Measuring can take place both stationary and dynamically. As there is both a digital and an analog output signal (0 – 5 V) available for integration into the process, it is possible to perform dynamic measurements or control loops or determine profiles and contours of many different components. The three models available in the HG-C series offer measurement ranges from 30 ±5 mm to 100 ±35 mm with a typical beam diameter of 10 μm to 70 μm. All models are equipped with a red semiconductor laser of class 2 in an aluminium die-cast housing and have a temperature drift of 0.03%.

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