It's measured but not touched!

Non-contact measuring systems reduce the error caused by mechanical wear and tear in contact measuring systems, while facilitating the integration of the elements by not interfering with the system.

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Speed measurement

Sensors for speed measurement based on the spatial filter measuring principle. They make it possible to measure the speed of displacement of liquids or solid materials with high precision.

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Distance measurement

Precision laser sensors using triangulation or frequency modulation technologies. Used in measurements from a few mm to approximation of ships at 3 km.

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Length measurement

Non-contact length measurement systems commonly replace encoders and provide a higher level of accuracy, solving errors such as wear and tear on mechanical contact elements.

Color Measurement

True-color measuring devices.

Colour measuring device with high accuracy. Measurement in space space L*a*b*, the most faithful approach to human perception.

Distinction between millions of different colours with the possibility of storing them in 350 memory locations for comparison.

Ready to work at high speeds.

Configuration of digital outputs depending on the detected color.

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Electronic noses

And it smells good!

Advanced ion spectrometry techniques for the analysis of gases and volatiles are already possible outside a laboratory, in a fully automated production cycle.

Used for the analysis of aromas in food or perfumes, as well as in the detection of contaminants such as TNT or nicotine.

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Thermography

Automated non-contact temperature measurement

Thermographic imaging equipment uses special sensors that capture the infrared electromagnetic radiation emitted by any body that is at a temperature greater than 0 Kelvin.

With a longer wavelength than visible light, the thermographic spectrum used in artificial vision is conventionally located in the far infrared, although, depending on the materials to be processed, shorter wavelength sensors are used.

There are numerous applications that require a temperature measurement control to verify the perfection of the product or to enhance the contrast obtained with visible light and conventional silicon sensors for the subsequent measurement and inspection of defects using artificial vision tools.