Traditional laser profilers utilize a single stripe laser stripe coupled with a single imager to capture surface scans. But a single view cannot see surface points around the radius on the edge of the gap.
Cross-Vector sensors utilize lasers angled toward the inside edges of the gap, crossing in the middle. This allows the sensor to see around edges of the radius to the vertical tangent and beyond. The result is a complete surface profile and the most accurate gap measurements.
Learn more about the HS761 & HS763 Cross-Vector Laser Sensors:
The 3 lasers cycle sequentially to get sub-scans from each view, then combine those sub-scans to make a complete scan.
The two lasers obtain the subscans simultaneously, resulting in a much faster scan and less susceptibility to sensor movement during scanning. The blue laser makes the HS763 perfect for measuring gap/flush around body panels, split taillights, windshields, clear headlights and chrome.
|FOV Option||Field-of-View||Horizontal Scanning Resolution||Depth-of-Focus||Depth Accuracy|
|-F24||1.5” (38mm)||0.0012” (30µm)||±0.3” (7.5mm)||± 0.0010” (25µm)|
HS761 and HS763 Sensor models are available with Red and Blue Cross Vector Scanning technology.
“Virtual Gauges” are the mathematical algorithms used to process a scan and extract measurements from it. The following Standard Virtual Gauges are provided as a part of the preloaded configuration for both the HS761 and HS763:
Custom Virtual Gauges can be developed/created according to customer requirements and measurement methodology upon request.
|Size||3.6" (w) x 4.5" (h) x 10.1" (l)||3.6" (w) x 5.9"(h) x 10.1" (l)|
|Weight||32 oz. (35 oz. with battery)||34 oz. (38 oz. with battery)|
|Display||3.5” Color Display||3.5” Color Display|
|Scan Type||3 Cross-Vector Lasers||2 Cross-Vector Lasers|
High capacity, rechargeable lithium-ion Inspired Energy series NB2037