Stemmer Imaging is introducing the Gocator 1100 and 1300 Series of 3D displacement sensors, which are the latest additions to the Gocator family from LMI Technologies. Designed for high-resolution measurement over ranges up to 2m, the self-contained Gocator 1100 and 1300 Series sensors provide high-speed, non-contact dimensional measurements such as distance, height, thickness or surface roughness.
With scan rates up to 32kHz, the Gocator Displacement Sensors are suitable for automating non-contact distance measurement processes and real-time closed-loop control. Completely self-contained in an IP67-rated enclosure with integrated laser and optics, the new smart sensors provide laser measurement and data processing in a single unit. The sensors are delivered pre-calibrated, and are ready to deliver real-world measurements straight from the box. No additional hardware is required to generate decisions based on the measurements.
Users can easily set up, measure, and control with the same web-based interface found in the Gocator 3D smart Profile Sensors, and a host of measurement tools are included. An open source SDK is also provided for custom application development. Gocator Displacement Sensors are scalable up to multi-sensor systems and connect to PLCs using industry standard protocols. Their compact size allows them to be easily mounted on a robot arm.
For more information about the Gocator 1100 and 1300 Series of 3D displacement sensors, please go to www.stemmer-imaging.co.uk/.