Lumber Thickness and Dimensions Posted in: Thickness Measurement – Tags: AR100, Automation, Building Materials and Equipment, Lumber Timber and Wood Products
Lumber Measurement Using a Laser Displacement Sensor
Laser Displacement Sensors for Hardwood Thickness
The AR700 laser displacement sensors are commonly integrated into automated lumber finishing machines to measure board position, board dimensions and surface profiles. The long-distance AR100 laser triangulation sensor offers a valuable stand-off distance, keeping the measuring equipment away from the quickly moving lumber and potential hazards.
AR200 Laser Measurement Sensor
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 12-microns to satisfy precise measuring requirements.
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.
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.