AR200 Now Nearly Twice as Accurate Continue reading...

AR200 Now Nearly Twice as Accurate January 24, 2023 – Posted in: Updates

Acuity Laser is pleased to announce that the linearity for our AR200 Laser Measurement Sensor has been improved for 2023 for all available unit types. Previously the linearity was +/- 0.2% of range, and for 2023, has been improved to ± 0.1% of range. We’re proud of the AR200 and the accuracy we’ve seen from the device over time. With this linearity improvement, the AR200 becomes a strong option for applications needing the highest precision.…

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Collage of the Acuity Laser Product Catalog 2023 Continue reading...

Acuity Laser Product Catalog – 2023 December 19, 2022 – Posted in: Updates

Acuity Laser, a US-based non-contact laser measurement company, releases product catalog for 2022 and beyond. Acuity manufactures and sells laser distance sensors and laser measurement systems for industrial and OEM use. Our product line consists of single point triangulation sensors, long distance sensors, 2D/3D laser scanners, and confocal chromatic sensors. We specialize in non-contact laser measurement and our products are used in many applications and industries.

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Comparison Overview of Long Range Sensors Continue reading...

NEW VIDEO: Comparison Overview of Long Range Sensors October 31, 2022 – Posted in: Updates

Acuity offers a variety of long range sensors for accurate, non-contact measuring. These distance measurement lasers utilize pulsed time-of-flight measurement principles to accurately measure distances. We’ve created a new comparison overview video to introduce each of our long range sensors. Introducing our entry-level long-distance sensor, the AR1000. This sensor can measure up to 30 meters on natural targets and up to 150 meters with a retroreflective target with an accuracy of ± 3 mm. This…

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Acuity Introduces EtherNet/IP™ Version for New AS2100 Long-Distance Sensor May 31, 2022 – Posted in: Updates

Stemming from both popular and industry demand, Acuity has introduced a specialized EtherNet/IP™ back cover for the AS2100 Accurate Laser Distance Sensor. The AS2100 with EtherNet/IP allows the sensor to connect and send data to EtherNet/IP compatible hardware, and a specialized back cover contains all the hardware needed to communicate with this protocol. The decision to add an EtherNet/IP compatible hardware was an easy decision for the Acuity Team. With the increasing use of this… Continue reading

New Video Overview of Our AS2100 Accurate Laser Distance Sensor May 17, 2022 – Posted in: Updates

Sometimes video is just the best way to talk about something. In this case, we’ve put together a new overview video on the AS2100 Accurate Laser Distance Sensor. It covers all of its unique features, including: Ability to measure natural targets up to 100 meters Ability to measure on reflective targets up to 500 meters The AS2100 In Action on a rail test Optimal target types Ability to measure high temperature targets The 4 Potential…

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How to Output Real-Time Data from Your Touch Panel Display to an External System April 27, 2022 – Posted in: Product Tutorials

In this tutorial video we show you how to output real-time data from your touch panel display to an external system. We use our 8″ touch panel display for this tutorial, but our 7″ touch panel display also has this ability. We also use two AR700 Laser Displacement Sensors; two serial-to-USB cables, or just one if your PC already has a serial port on it; a RS232 null modem; and also a program that can…

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How to Take Data from your Touch Panel Display to your USB Drive April 18, 2022 – Posted in: Product Tutorials

In this tutorial video, we show how to take data from your touch panel display and put it on a USB drive. In this example we’re working with an AR700 Laser Displacement Sensor connected to an 8″ touch panel display via the A port. Starting in the measurement screen, you can start doing measurements if you want to, but it’s not recording right off the bat. To start recording, go to app settings and then…

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