The Micro-Epsilon gapCONTROL Setup Software 2.0 is a new tool for simplifying the set up, configuration and measurement value analyses of the gapCONTROL laser profile scanner, a sensor developed specifically for gap measurement tasks.
At the world leading "Aluminium 2014" trade fair in Düsseldorf (Germany), Micro-Epsilon will present a measurement system that detects the thickness of metal sheet processed in a hot rolling mill, regardless of the alloy.
6 cylinders, 4 racing teams and 1 world champion title – the past Formula 1 season turned out to be very successful for Renault. Micro-Epsilon supplies the French car giant with sensors for engine development and was invited to Paris in order to celebrate the success.
Two new sensor models have been added to the product range of laser profile scanners for gap measurements: gapCONTROL 2611 and 2911 have compact designs and extended functionality.
The Bavarian sensor specialist Micro-Epsilon celebrates its 45th anniversary. Since it was established in 1968, a three-man operation has become a global group of companies that develops and produces high-precision sensors and measurement systems.
Whether a lab PC or company laptop – even computers without the RS422 industrial interface can now evaluate readings from laser and confocal sensors from Micro-Epsilon. A 4-channel RS422/USB converter ...
With its cut-off frequency of 100,000Hz, the optoNCDT 1630 laser sensor from Micro-Epsilon is one of the fastest on the market. The new displacement sensor is a particularly good choice for vibration measurements, crash tests and inspection systems for vibrating components.
At this year’s International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber „K“ in Düsseldorf Micro-Epsilon presents various measurement solutions for the plastics industry.
The idiamCONTROL permits precise planning of the maintenance intervals or replacement intervals of the individual extruder housing parts.
For the continuous colour control in the production line a colour measurement system has been developed by Micro-Epsilon. The new system does not only recognise the saved colours according to the yes-no-principle but also determines the exact colour of the components spectrophotometrically. With a precision that exceeds the human eye, and a measuring rate of 2000 Hz the system is variously used in the plastics industry.