Laser Sensing Made Easy
Non-contact displacement and vibration measurements may be a mystery to many, but not to MTII. For over 40 years we have been providing sensors for high resolution applications and we want to pass our experience on to you. Our Engineers have compiled this easy-to-read laser white paper describing the theory and how to apply these sensors in different applications. It covers the installation "do's and don'ts" along with the advantages and disadvantages of this technology. And best of all...it's FREE!!!
Tradeshow AnnouncementDon't miss North America's largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event! MTII will be exhibiting our 1D and 2D laser sensors at the FABTECH 2010 conference in Atlanta, GA on Nov. 2-4. Come check out the systems ideally suited for a variety of displacement and profile characterization applications. These cost effective sensors provide real time information for monitoring and controlling process lines and for quality control.
Fast, Flexible and Accurate Non-Contact Fiber-Optic Measurement
With an extensive list of application solutions for R&D, quality and process control, the MTI-2100 Fotonic sensor is the ultimate in non-contact fiber-optic measurement. Run-out, defect detection, resonance analysis, edge detection and liquid surface motion are just a handful of the capabilities of the MTI-2100. From piezoelectric characterization of bulk and thin film ferroelectric materials, to precision control of ultrasonic welding processes, the MTI-2100 is a truly versatile instrument. It features advanced fiber-optic and electronic technologies for precise measurements of displacement, position and vibration and sets new performance standards with resolution to 0.01 µ in (2.5 Angstroms) and frequency response from direct-coupled (dc) to 500 kHz.
Did you know that a first surface mirror in front of a Microtrak II laser triangulation sensor allows you to deflect the laser beam up to 90 degrees? This is handy when your application has spacing limitations or obstructions that prevent a normal viewing angle. Consult MTI for more details.