Thickness Measurement System
The system refers to non-contact laser thickness measurement equipment and is intended for precise measuring of thickness of sheet materials such as tapes, boards, plates, and so on. It is a stand-alone software and hardware system that contains laser sensors and an indication device.
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Thickness Measurement System RF580
Thickness measurement range, mm by request Thickness measurement accuracy, mm ±0,1% of the laser sensors measurement range
Thickness Measurement System Specification
|Name of parameter||Value|
|Thickness measurement range, mm||by request|
|Thickness measurement accuracy, mm||
±0,1% of the laser sensors measurement range or
according to specification for encoders
|Input interface, sensors connection||RS485|
|Output interface, result transfer||Ethernet|
|Measurement speed, measurements/second||< 9400|
|Power supply, V||220 (±10 %) for AC network with frequency of 50 (±1) Hz|
|Power consumption, W||10|
|Ambient temperature, °С||+1...+35|
|Relative humidity, %||65 (at 25°С)|
Note: System parameters can be changed for a specific task.
The system can support an unlimited number of thickness control points. Each control point is one sensor mounted according to Scheme #1 (Figure 1, left) or two sensors mounted according to Scheme #2 (Figure 1, right).
According to Scheme #1 (one sensor for one point), the material thickness is a difference between the distance from the base surface on which the material is located, and the distance to the upper surface of the material measured by a sensor. The sensor position is calibrated relative to the base surface.
According to Scheme #2 (two sensors for one point), the material thickness is a difference of distances to the material surfaces measured by each of the sensors. The position of sensors is calibrated relative to each other.
Figure 1. Scheme #1 with one sensor (left) and Scheme #2 with two sensors (right)
Order information for Thickness Measurement System
|N||Number of control points|
|N1||Number of sensors in each control point (1 or 2)|
|SERIAL||Type of the sensor serial interface: RS485 - 485 or Ethernet - ET|
|N3||Number of logic outputs|