LASER DISTANCE SENSOR
High-accuracy laser sensor for automated sample size measurement.
ENGINEERED FOR ALL OUR SCANNERS
The first purpose of the Laser Distance Sensor is to measure the height test and position the MiniCube magnetic field camera at the correct distance above the sample during a magnetic measurement.
The laser is mounted on the Z-axis and moves together with the MiniCube magnetic field camera of the portal scanner or rotor inspector installation.
With one push on the start button, the different rotor inspection setups of Magcam can laser scan the surface of your rotor. The correlation between the magnetic field and non-perfect surfaces or unique geometries can thus be analyzed.
HIGH ACCURACY LASER SENSOR
The optical triangulation Laser Distance Sensor is an add-on to Magcam's magnetic field scanners for measuring the dimensions of magnets and magnet assemblies under test.
The used apparatus is a point triangulation laser sensor. Still, next to measuring the magnet height prior to a magnetic measurement, the Laser Distance Sensor can also be used to make a surface map of the magnet by scanning the laser across the magnet on a user-defined grid.
- Sample height accurately measured
- MiniCube distance to sample automatically adjusted
- Lateral dimensions measured
- Full sample surface mapped
- Eliminated need for manual height measurement
- Increase accuracy of Z-axis position
- Eliminates thermo-mechanical effects
- Takes advantage of height measurement
- Correlation between mechanical and magnetic maps
ROTOR SCANNER LASER
Typical uncompensated runout values (due to clamping tolerances)vary between 10μm and 20μm. After runout compensation, the value is improved to approximately 1μm.
- Combined magnetic and topographic measurement
- Diameter measurement
- Automated runout measurements and compensation
- Full surface scanning