Gocator® 2500 Series: High-Speed 3D Smart Line Profile Sensors

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Gocator® 2500 Series: High-Speed 3D Smart Line Profile Sensors
Gocator® 2500 Series: High-Speed 3D Smart Line Profile Sensors

The Gocator 2510 and 2520 smart sensors are the fastest, most compact, and advanced Gocator® 3D laser line profilers to date. Designed for high-performance small parts inspection, these new sensors achieve speeds up to 10 kHz––including scanning, built-in 3D surface measurement, and pass/fail control––for dramatically faster inspection cycle times.

With a custom high-speed imager, advanced optical design, dedicated FPGA processing, and built-in measurement tools for 3D alignment, part segmentation, and 3D feature extraction, Gocator® 2500 sensors handle the complete processing pipeline––from raw image data to 3D result––in an all-in-one device that operates at inspection rates up to 10kHz.

  • Ideal for small electronic parts inspection in fast-moving inline systems
  • 2-Megapixel imager. Up to 1920 points per profile resolution
  • Scan, measurement, and control at up to 10 kHz
  • Field-of-view (FOV) up to 33.5 mm
  • Measurement range up to 25 mm
Posted on November 6, 2018 - (3160 views)
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