Highly dynamic laser sensor with 50kHz
The optoNCDT 2300 is the latest high precision model from Micro-Epsilon’s range of laser triangulation sensors. This new series offers adjustable measuring rates up to 49.140 kHz, enabling measurements of fast objects. A key, unique advantage of the sensor is that all of the electronics are now integrated in the compact sensor which is why the sensor can be installed in restricted installation space.
NEW: Analog output and 2-channel evaluation using C-BOX
- Measuring ranges (mm):
2 | 5 | 10 | 20 | 50 | 100 | 200 | 300
- Linearity from 0.6 µm
- Resolution max. 0.03µm
- Adjustable measuring rate up to 49.140 kHz
- Integrated controller
- Outputs: Ethernet, EtherCAT, RS422, Profinet, EtherNet/IP
- Analog output via C-Box
- Advanced RTSC enables fast adaptation to rapidly changing surfaces
- Special calibration according to DIN 32877
The optoNCDT 2300 can be operated in several measurement modes: in standard mode for displacement measurement of diffuse reflecting materials or with a special alignment mode to measure directly reflecting surfaces. Furthermore, the laser triangulation sensor can be used for one-sided thickness measurement of transparent materials (multi-peak evaluation). Therefore, the software provides a comprehensive materials database that is editable and expandable.
The A-RTSC (Advanced Real Time Surface Compensation) feature is a further development of RTSC technology and improves the surface compensation capability. This means the sensor is not influenced by rapidly changing surface reflections and provides stable measurement results.
Other models of the optoNCDT 2300 series:
Unique ease of use
All optoNCDT 2300 laser sensors are operated using an intuitive web interface. This web interface can be accessed via Ethernet, enabling the user to make settings for the processing of measured values and signals, e.g. peak selection, filter and masking features for the video signal.
Highest performance in laser triangulation
The optoNCDT 2300 is the high performance version of Micro-Epsilon laser triangulation sensors and offers an adjustable measuring rate of up to 49.14kHz. The optoNCDT 2300 is used for high speed applications such as the monitoring of vibrations or measurements on challenging surfaces. Due to their high resolution, sub-micrometer measurement accuracies are possible.