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In general, more accurate and stable measurements can be obtained by increasing the optical path length between the receptor and the light receiving element (CMOS), but this also increases the sensor depth and the sensor body gets bigger. Laser displacement sensors need speed, accuracy and the capability to provide excellent performance in any application.
Laser Displacement Sensors
Displacement sensors measure the distance an object moves and they can also be used to measure object height and width. There are 2 types of displacement sensors: Contact types, utilizing a dial gage, differential transformer, etc., and non-contact types, utilizing a magnetic field, laser beam, ultra-sonic wave, etc.
In general, more accurate and stable measurements can be obtained by increasing the optical path length between the receptor and the light receiving element (CMOS), but this also increases the sensor depth and the sensor body gets bigger. As compact as a photoelectric sensor, the CMOS laser sensor allows to display actual measured distance as accurately as a displacement sensor.
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Magnetic Displacement Sensors
Magnetic position sensing using Anisotropic Magneto-Resistive (AMR) sensors is becoming a popular method of implementing a non-contacting location of motional objects.
By affixing a magnet or sensor element to a angular or linear moving object with its complementary sensor or magnet stationary, the relative direction of the resulting magnetic field can be quantified electronically.
By utilizing multiple sensors or magnets, the capability of extended angular or linear position measurements can be enhanced. This application note explains the principles of AMR sensors for positional measurements, and includes several real-life circuit applications to solve engineering problems.
Collimated Beam Sensors
Collimated light is light whose rays are parallel, and therefore will spread minimally as it propagates. The word is related to "collinear" and implies light that does not disperse with distance (ideally), or that will disperse minimally (in reality).
A perfectly collimated beam, with no divergence, cannot be created due to diffraction. Light can be approximately collimated by a number of processes, for instance by means of a collimator.
Perfectly collimated light is sometimes said to be focused at infinity. Thus as the distance from a point source increases, the spherical wavefronts become flatter and closer to plane waves, which are perfectly collimated.
Metal-Sheet Double-Deed Detection
The high-end GD sensing technology reliably detects double feeds of any metal sheet 0.01 mm 0.0004 in, or more, thick. Optimum sensitivity setting is easy by using the teaching function with actual samples. This is an extremely small sensor head, only Ø3.8 x 15 mm Ø0.150 x 0.591 in, suitable for detecting small components. It is suitable for high precision detection of double feeds of lead frames or thin metal sheets.
It achieves a long sensing range of 70 mm 2.756 in. Further, it employs a robust metal case with IP67 protection to withstand harsh environment. The high precision sensor head GD-10 never misses double feeds of lead frames even if they are very thin and highly perforated.
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The QL55 Series sensor is an easy-to-use, extremely sensitive microprocessor-based luminescence sensor that emits ultraviolet light from a high-power LED and scans for luminescence in materials. The QL55 senses the luminescence inherent in a material, or it can sense luminophores added to a material in process to make it luminescent. The sensor can be set to accurately sense a wide range of luminescence intensities and background conditions.
The New S15 Series of M18 tubular sensors offers both plastic case version S15-PA and stainless steel IP69K housing version S15-NA. S15-PA plastic version is recommended for cost and space savings with a wide selection of optic functions, ranging from 5 m retroflex to 1 m diffuse proximity and 12 cm background suppression. S15-NA metal version include a widest optic function selection, all equipped with trimmer setting and metal M12 connector to