The thermoIMAGER TIM M1 thermal imaging camera is particularly suitable for hot metal applications. Due to its short-wave spectral range of 1µm, the infrared camera is ideal for temperature monitoring in metal hardening and forming processes.
The new LabVIEW instrument driver 2.4 for the scanCONTROL laser scanner is now available as a download, enabling direct integration of scanCONTROL sensors for further data processing in LabVIEW.
Conventional measurement systems often perform at their limits when operating in harsh, industrial environments. The compact eddyNCDT 3005 eddy current measurement system is specifically designed for displacement measurement in these environments and stands out due its particularly favourable
In order to meet the needs of machine building and automation tasks, sensors are becoming smaller and smarter, while also gaining integration capabilities. At this year's Hannover Messe (Germany), Micro-Epsilon presents sensor solutions which can be easily integrated into machines and facilities.
Formula Student je každoroční akce, kde si studenti vyrábějí vlastní závodní auta nepříliš rozdílné od profesionálních. Zde je důležité zlepšení i toho nejmenšího parametru. Proto se měří teplota brzdových kotoučů v průběhu testovací jízdy pro optimalizaci brzdového systému vozidla.
The new thermoIMAGER TIM G7 thermal imaging camera is tailored to the special requirements of glass production, providing optimised spectral sensitivity for measurements in flat glass manufacturing.
The highly dynamic series of optoNCDT 2300BL laser displacement sensors that use Blue Laser technology has been extended with new models. From now on, measuring ranges of 2mm, 5mm and 50mm are also available.
Micro-Epsilon presents the new thermoMETER CTVideo and CSVideo pyrometers for temperature measurement of metals. The combination of crosshair laser sighting and video signal offers precise thermometer adjustment.
A new capacitive controller provides a combination of technical advantages and low cost. A compact sensor and ease of use make the capaNCDT 6110 sensor suitable for measuring displacement, distance and position in a diverse range of applications, from test cells to automation and machine building.
On 15th January 2015, the management board of Micro-Epsilon changed. After Karl Wisspeintner passed management into the hands of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Sellen in 2012, now his sons Dr. Alexander Wisspeintner and Dr. Thomas Wisspeintner succeed Johann Salzberger.
In the production of kitchen fronts, the colorSENSOR OT-3-MA colour sensor ensures that the kitchen display units leaving the production plant have the correct colour. Even the smallest colour deviations imperceptible to the human eye can be detected on a matt surface.
Co-developed by Micro-Epsilon, the University of Passau and BMW, the reflectCONTROL automatic inspection system for painted surfaces in vehicle production, has been honoured with the Bavarian Innovation Prize.