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At VISION 2022 you will be able to experience the latest innovation up close for the first time: vision hardware from Beckhoff! Don’t miss it – come and visit Beckhoff in Hall 10, Booth 10F10 or discover their innovations via livestream on beckhoff.com or on LinkedIn: October 5, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. (UTC+2).
Santest Model GY series are high accuracy, non-contact, absolute type linear sensors employing magnetostrictive, Wiedemann effect. An ultra-sonic wave generated by a moving magnet near a magnetostrictive wave-guide on which the sonic wave propagates to the head of the transducer.
The optoNCDT-ILR2250 laser sensors are designed for precise distance measurements in industrial environments up to 150 m - for both indoor and outdoor use. The sensors impress when measuring dark, structured and poorly reflecting surfaces while providing stable, millimeter-accurate measurement results.
Our thermal imaging cameras with multiple wavelength options, automatic spot finder function and autonomous operation are ideal for condition monitoring of machines and plants. With Optris thermal imagers, temperature distributions on surfaces can be captured precisely within a millisecond interval.