LMI Technologies has released new, advanced Gocator 2000 3-D laser sensors for factory automation. The laser sensor is suitable for wood, metals, tire and rubber, electronics and automotive applications.
The Gocator 2000 3-D laser sensors perform 3D inspection and combine with factory outputs and inputs from a web browser. The sensor eliminates the need for machine vision expert or systems integrator to conduct the 3D measurement. A built-in web server functions as an effective graphical user interface that provides easy operation and instant setup and control of the laser sensor. This web connectivity enables users to log in, measure dimensions, view profiles, set up speeds and exposure, choose communication outputs and check results utilizing Chrome, Internet Explorer and Firefox web browsers. The web connectivity allows users to access the Gocator 2000 series from any personal computer without the need for additional amplifiers, control boxes, drivers and software. The Gocator 2000 laser sensor does not depend on a particular operating system.
All laser sensors are sensitive to network and can be combined with a buddy sensor to execute more differential measurement jobs. A sensor series can be used to create a networked system for scanning large objects. Users can define logic decisions or conduct customized calculations using the C language scripting.