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3D Profile Sensors

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3D Profile SensorsThe Z-Trak2 series of 3D profile sensors from Teledyne Imaging delivers up to 45,000 profiles/s for high-speed, in-line height measurement and inspection applications using 5GigE.

Featuring built-in HDR and reflection compensation algorithms to handle surfaces with varying degrees of reflectivity in a single scan, the sensors deliver in-line height measurements for inspection, detection, identification, and guidance in electronics, semiconductor, automotive, and factory automation applications.

The S-2K and V-2K series feature scanning speeds of 45,000 and 10,000 profiles/s, respectively. Offering 2,000 points per profile, all Z-Trak2 models are factory calibrated and offered with either blue or red eye-safe lasers to suit various surface properties and operating environments. All sensors are housed in IP67 enclosures for harsh environments and come bundled with Teledyne Imaging’s Sherlock 8, a point-and-click, rapid application development software package.


Photonics Spectra
Feb 2021
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