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High-performance laser distance sensors – Highest precision at the closest ranges – Reproducibility of long-distance measurements

Highest precision at the closest ranges

OM70-P/L

  • Precise inline measurement in the close range thanks to selectable measurement range and sweet spot up to 250 mm
  • Reliable measurement regardless of the measured object due to point and line beam shapes
  • Customized integration of variants with serial or Ethernet interface
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High-performance laser distance sensors – Highest precision at the closest ranges – Reproducibility of long-distance measurements

Reproducibility of long-distance measurements

OM70-P/L

  • Flexible application solution through measuring ranges up to 1500 mm
  • Reliable measurement regardless of the measured object due to point and line beam shapes
  • Customized integration of variants with serial or Ethernet interface
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Tolerance measurement for dimensional accuracy check – Edge measurement and detection

Tolerance measurement for dimensional accuracy check

OM70T

  • Increased product quality through non-contact dimensional accuracy checks
  • Easy and quick teaching in of reference distances via the display
  • Direct inline OK/ NOK check through an additional switching output
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Highlights

OM70 high-performance laser distance sensors offer an easy solution even for demanding measurement applications. The sensor can be quickly and optimally adjusted to the measurement task via the integrated web interface. The latest interfaces additionally ensure very easy integration.


Selection guide
Always the optimum solution for your application
High-performance laser distance sensors – OM70 – Selection guide

Find the right solution in only 5 steps:

1) Define the measuring range
In order to achieve the highest precision, the measuring range should be kept as small as possible.

2) Select the sweet spot  
For particularly reliable measuring results, measurement should be done in the sweet spot (focus) of the laser.

3) Define the beam shape 
To increase the stability of the measured value, it is recommended to use a line beam shape. A point sensor is advantageous for measuring the smallest objects and jumps.

4) Select the laser class
A fast measurement on dark objects requires laser class 2; in all other cases laser class 1 is sufficient.

5) Define the interface
Here you have the choice between two variants: an Ethernet TCP/IP interface with a web interface or a serial interface with a display. Both versions provide an analog output.


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