Accurate and non-contact distance measurement for automation technology
The measurement principle of optical triangulation is suitable for the precise determination of distances at close range. With the help of special receiver optics and a position-sensitive detector (e.g. a photodiode line), the sensor can determine the object distance regardless of its reflectivity (see illustration below). The color and surface properties (e.g. highly reflective) thus have practically no effect on measurement accuracy.
SensoPart uses time-of-flight technology to measure longer distances (up to 250 m). The sensor emits pulsed laser light that is reflected by the target object. The distance to the object is determined by the time taken between emission and reception of the light. The use of pulsed light provides reliable background suppression and very high immunity to ambient light.
The FT 10-RLA is scarcely larger than the tip of your finger – and therefore ideal for cramped conditions.
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The laser and LED variants FT 25-R(L)A in miniature format are the perfect solution for simple applications.
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The FT 50-RLA series in a slimline housing has already been a long-standing and reliable choice for many customers.
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The FT 55-RLAM reliably detects surfaces from black to shiny even at large distances up to 1000 mm.
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The F 55-RLAP time-of-flight sensors have a range of up to 70 m (on reflector) and 5 m (on object).
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