Keyence Rolls Out LJ-V7000 Laser Scanner Print E-mail
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Written by Chelsey Drysdale   
Tuesday, 18 December 2012 13:56

LJ-V7000 high-speed 3D laser scanner scans areas as wide as 240mm and has a Z-axis repeatability as high as 0.4µm. Incorporates HSE3 CMOS receivers. Imaging sensors permit profile sampling rate of 64 kHz with a point sampling rate of 12.8 MHz. Includes USB and RS-232 outputs; can export profile data over a TCP/IP Ethernet interface at full acquisition speeds. Ethernet/IP communications option available. Provides analog data or judgment outputs using onboard 2D and 3D data processing capability.

Keyence, www.keyence.com

 

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