Human Height Measuring Posted in: Height Measurement
Laser Rangefinders Are Used to Measure Human Height
A Laser Can Be Affixed to The Ceiling, Measuring Anyone Who Passes Beneath
Science museums hosting interactive exhibits that measure human height use Acuity AR1000 laser distance sensors to automatically measure a person’s height. The sensor is affixed to the ceiling and aimed to the floor. When a person stands beneath the laser’s path, their height is automatically displayed.
Acuity lasers are also being used at amusement parks and doctor’s offices to accurately verify customer/patient heights.
AR1000 Laser Distance Sensor
The Acuity AR1000 laser distance 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 rugged sensor is built for tough, industrial environments and applications such as fill level measurement and material height monitoring.
AS2100 Accurate Distance Sensor
The AS2100 is a highly accurate laser distance sensor that is designed to work well outdoors, in bright lights, and even on difficult targets such as hot or dark surfaces. With the ability to take accurate measurements (± 1 mm) from distances up to 500 meters away, and a measurement frequency of up to 250 Hz, it is the perfect laser for a wide range of applications.
AR2700 High-Speed Long Range Sensor
Acuity Laser’s ultra-compact rangefinder model. This eye-safe rangefinder has a measurement frequency of up to 40 kHz and can measure distances to natural targets up to 70 meters away or to retroreflective targets 270 meters away. This laser is best for applications that demand high sampling rates.