optoNCDT

Laser sensors for displacement, distance and position

optoNCDT

Leadership in laser distance measurements:
precise, compact & smart

optoNCDT sensors have set milestones for industrial laser displacement measurement. Whether for displacement, distance or thickness measurement, Micro-Epsilon laser sensors are considered one of the best in their class. These laser sensors are used e.g. in measurement and monitoring tasks in factory automation, electronics production, robotics and vehicle construction.

Characteristics

  • Measurement of displacement, distance and thickness on numerous surfaces
  • Ideal for automation, production control and test bench
  • High measurement accuracy
  • Ideal for measurement tasks with high measuring rates
  • Comprehensive product range with numerous measuring ranges
  • Compact design with integrated controller
  • Ease of use via web interface
  • New: optoNCDT 1220 /1320 / 1420 compact laser sensors with high functionality
Measuring ranges Resolution Linearity Measuring rate
New: optoNCDT 1220 Compact laser sensors for OEM and serial applications 10 – 50 mm ± 0.1 % F.S.O. 1 kHz
optoNCDT 1320 Compact laser triangulation displacement sensor 10 – 100 mm ± 0.1 % F.S.O. 2 kHz
optoNCDT 1420 Smart laser triangulation displacement sensor 10 – 200 mm ± 0.08 % F.S.O. 4 kHz
optoNCDT 1420 CL1 Laser displacement sensors with laser class 1 10 – 200 mm ± 0.08 % F.S.O. 4 kHz
optoNCDT 1750 Universal laser sensor for industry & automation 2 – 200 mm 0.004 % F.S.O. ± 0.06 % F.S.O. 7.5 kHz
New: optoNCDT 1750DR Universal laser sensor for reflecting surfaces 2 – 200 mm 0.004 % F.S.O. ± 0.06 % F.S.O. 7.5 kHz
New: optoNCDT 1900 Laser displacement sensors for Advanced Automation 10 – 100 mm ± 0.02 % F.S.O. 10 kHz
optoNCDT 2300 Most Advanced Laser Displacement Sensor 2 – 300 mm 0.0015 % F.S.O. ± 0.02 % F.S.O. 49.14 kHz
Blue Laser Sensors (BL) Blue Laser triangulation sensors for difficult surface types 2 – 1000 mm 0.0015 % F.S.O. ± 0.3 % F.S.O. 49.02 kHz
Laser Line Sensors (LL) Laser sensors for metals and rough surfaces 2 – 50 mm 0.0015 % F.S.O. ± 0.02 % F.S.O. 49.02 kHz
Long-range laser sensors 10 – 1000 mm 0.005 % F.S.O. ± 0.1 % F.S.O. 10 kHz
thicknessSENSOR Sensor for precise thickness measurements 10 mm ± 0.1 % F.S.O. 4 kHz
FSO = of full scale output

Highest precision in their class

Due to high measuring rate, laser sensors from Micro-Epsilon offer high measurement accuracy and provide reliable results even in continuous industrial operation. Most of the optoNCDT sensors can be set up using a web interface. Therefore, set up and configuration of the sensors is convenient and can be stored and transferred to other sensors via a standard web browser.

Compact design with integrated controller

optoNCDT laser sensors are extremely compact and equipped with a completely integrated controller, enabling a straightforward, rapid mounting and wiring. These laser sensors can be easily installed even in restricted spaces.

Variety of models to overcome any challenge

Micro-Epsilon laser sensors not only measure matt surfaces but also metallic and shiny targets. In addition to conventional laser models, LaserLine models (LL) with an oval-shaped laser point are also available. These sensors filter out physically induced interference and therefore significantly simplify measurements on shiny surfaces. More than 85 laser sensors with measuring ranges from 2 – 1000mm cover a large number of applications across many different industries. Equipped with intelligent interfaces and cables that are qualified for use with drag chains and robots, these laser sensors can be applied in almost any measurement task in industrial automation.

Innovative sensors with patented Blue Laser Technology

The optoNCDT BL models are equipped with a blue laser diode and are used when standard sensors with a red laser diode are operating at their performance limits. Due to its shorter wavelength, the blue laser does not penetrate the target surface, projecting a small light spot on the surface and therefore providing stable and precise results. This technology is preferably used with organic and (semi-)transparent objects, as well as for red-hot glowing metals.

Measurement tasks involving blue laser sensors on red-hot glowing objects exceeding 700 °C and transparent objects such as glass and plastics, are protected by patent law. The optoNCDT Blue Laser models achieve excellent signal stability and thus precise measurement results on these surfaces.