Drill Pipe Runout Posted in: Runout-Vibration – Tags: Mining, Oil and Gas
Laser Sensors Measure Drill Pipe Runout
Laser Displacement Sensors Are Used to Measure the Runout of Cylinders
Measuring the runout on cylinders is a simple task using laser displacement sensors. Align the laser path with the axis of rotation and collect your data at high speeds. Our laser displacement sensors have sampling rates up to 9.4Khz and linearity down to the micron to help ensure materials are within tolerance to meet the demands of manufacturers.
AR200 Laser Measurement Sensor
NEW FOR 2023 – AR200 Now Nearly Twice as Accurate
The AR200 laser measurement sensor is a compact, durable, and reliable sensor built for many industries including the lumber, medical and high-tech industries. The AR200 sensor consists of five different models with ranges up to 100 mm (4 in) and accuracies down to 6-microns to satisfy precise measuring requirements.
AR500 Laser Position Sensor
The AR500 is a compact triangulation laser sensor that excels in its versatility. The AR500 is available with measurement ranges from 5mm (0.2 in.) to 1000mm (39.4 in). The red or blue laser is available with an assortment of power options (from Class 2 to 3B) for applications that require a brighter laser. A factory installed internal heater, air jacket, or splash guard is available for challenging environments.
AR700 Laser Displacement Sensor
The AR700 laser displacement sensor is Acuity’s top of the line, most precise, laser triangulation sensor. The AR700 series contains models with measurement ranges from 0.125 inches up to 50 inches and resolutions as low as one-sixth of a micron. With sampling speeds up to 9.4kHz and linearity to within 0.03% of the measurement range, the AR700 is a versatile sensor for many challenging applications.
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