|Sensor Model||Measuring Range||Stand Off mm||Resolution||
(% +/- of range)
The sensor naming convention is generally as follow:
First letter - S stands for Spectral (sometimes called chromatic or white light sensor)
First letter - L stands for Laser triangulation sensor
First number - i.e. 5, represents the distance from the target (stand off) in mm that the sensor needs to be at in order to take measurements
Second number - i.e. 2, is the measureing range in mm of the sensor
Hence, an S5/03 sensor is a spectral type sensor with a 5mm stand off and a 300 micron measuring range.
Other sensors are available. Please contact us for alternative ranges.
|Scanner overall dimensions (w x h x d)||1130 x 600 x 450mm|
|Electronic cabinet overall dimensions||315 x 705 x 600mm|
|Granite table size||1130 x 600 x 70mm|
|Electrical requirements||100-110/220-240 VAC, 50/60Hz|
|Operating temperature||10- 35 deg C|
|Step size (minimum)||1µm|
|Step size (maximum)||9.99mm|
|Data collection rate (maximum) depends on sensor & set up||20,000points/sec|
|Scanning speed (maximum) depends on set up||90mm/sec|
|Maximum no. of data points||2400 (option available to increase to 20,000)|
This offline profilometer will scan the top surface of objects over a distance of 800mm. A graphical 2D representation of the scanned data will be shown on screen and by using the surface analysis tools the sample can be properly quantified.
A number of different sensors can be used with the Proscan 2D. This enables the end user flexibility to measure a wide variety of different materials with contrasting surface properties. Sensors with very small measuring ranges are often used on very smooth surfaces to determine true surface roughness. Sensors with larger measuring ranges are used more on surfaces where a profile has been produced and needs to be measured.