Log Height for Inventory Control June 9, 2020 – Posted in: Height Measurement
Long distance sensors can be mounted on cranes to profile the height of log stacks to provide an accurate inventory count.Continue reading
An OEM machine maker who has for years been making equipment for the concrete block industry is addressing a quality assurance issue by integrating Acuity laser displacement sensors into a non-contact height measurement system.Continue reading
Whether it is to retain water, help generate electricity, or collect water for storage, laser rangefinders are often used to measure dam heights. Laser rangefinders can be remotely installed inside a control cabin or inside a protective housing, away from direct sunlight and corrosive humidity.Continue reading
To determine the strength of aircraft structures, components are mounted on tensile testing machines and loads are applied to measure the amount of forces aircraft structures are able to withstand. This is done in order to verify design loads and specifications of the aircraft.Continue reading
Turbine engineers often want to remotely monitor components. The monitoring of blade tip displacement is an important metric and it requires a sensor that allows measurements away from the danger of the moving blades.Continue reading
Hydroelectric engineers in Wenatchee, WA needed a precise, non-contact method for aligning the turbine blades in the system’s housing. They selected an AR700 laser displacement sensor to measure the distance from a known location on the turbine to the sidewall.Continue reading
Strictly Necessary Cookie should be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.
If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.