Final report on supplementary comparison COOMET.PR-S7: Laser power responsivity (COOMET 599/RU/13)

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), USA and the All-Russian Research Institute for Optical and Physical Measurements (VNIIOFI), Russia agreed in February 2013 to conduct a comparison on the laser power responsivity at wavelengths of 532 nm, 1.064 μm and 10.6 μm. The aim of this comparison is to assess the equivalence of the laser power responsivity between two laboratories. The comparison was conducted within the COOMET regional metrological organization (COOMET 599/RU/13) and was registered in the BIPM Key…

Autonomous thermal imagers for industrial serial applications

The thermoIMAGER TIM41 is a robust and compact thermal imaging camera for industrial series applications. High resolution and a large temperature range make this model ideal for machinery and plant monitoring. In addition, the camera has a spotfinder function which enables automatic hot and cold spo Source: Micro-epsilon…

Eddy current sensors for clamping extend the product range

For small measuring ranges of 1 mm and 3 mm, Micro-Epsilon has developed the eddyNCDT ES-U1-T and ES-U3-T sensors. They are designed for clamp mounting and have no thread. This avoids torsional stress on the cable caused by frequent turning. The sensors have a defined clamping point, which minimizes Source: Micro-epsilon…

Capacitive thickness measurements in high precision applications

On the one hand, capacitive sensors from Micro-Epsilon measure displacement and distance on a non-contact basis, but on the other hand are used for non-contact thickness measurements. capaNCDT sensors achieve best values, e.g., in terms of linearity, repeatability and resolution and achieve submicro Source: Micro-epsilon…