2D/3D sensors range has expanded visual field to 1350mm

November 22, 2017 // By Julien Happich
Wenglor's new performance class for weCat3D profile sensors MLSL2 includes a total of ten new models, providing more options for three-dimensional object measurement.

Whereas MLSL series sensors have thus far only been capable of covering visual field widths of up to 280 mm in the X direction, the ten new models offer visual field widths of up to 1350 mm in the X direction. And this means that significantly larger objects can now be detected than in the past. Diverse applications such as bin picking, pick & place, gap measurement, object counting and 3D sealant bead monitoring represent only a small portion of the possible uses for this technology. Measuring just 200x67x38mm, the ten new models represent a mixture of performance and compact design. Variants with different laser classes including 2M, 3R and 3B and red or blue light also provide customers with maximum diversity for product selection. The sensors acquire up to 3.6 million measuring points per second and boast a fast measuring rate at 4000Hz. They feature a built-in display and a Gigabit Ethernet interface.

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