One of Acuity’s wood customers is using the AR2000 laser sensor laser sensor to measure the length of cut lumber as it moves down the mill.
A large hydro electric dam is using the Acuity AR2000 laser sensors to position a large bridge crane in real time.
One of our customers is using the newly released AR2000 laser rangefinders to measure and control the level of molten metal in a furnace. The AR2000 can measure from 4″ out to over 300 feet on natural targets and up to 1,600 feet on reflective targets.
The steel working industry is vast with many different functions. Steel manufacturing began as a means to produce small and more expensive items like knives, swords and armor. Today, steel is a much larger industry and can be made cheaper and in higher quantities.
For distance measurements on hot surfaces or in bright lighting conditions, the Acuity AR2000 series is superior to the previous “Time-of-Flight” lasers. Acuity’s sensors are optimized to be easily integrated into industrial automation systems and measurement systems which allows them to be used in many outdoor and difficult applications.