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Prod HS702 2The HS702 with Blue Laser Technology is the smallest and most rugged of the LaserGauge® DSP sensors. It is perfect for high volume applications, such as measuring gap/flush measurements to be taken around split taillights, windshields, clear headlights, red and amber lenses, chrome and glass around transparent or translucent surfaces as well as gap/flush on solid metal or plastic body panels. With the 1GHz processor, accurate measurements are completed in less than one second.

All operations are performed on the sensor. An integral battery powers the sensor. No cables are needed


HS702 Sensor - Gauge Mode

Gauge Mode – In the Gauge Mode, measurements are taken using one algorithm at a time, such as the fastener or weld algorithm. Measurements can be made in millimeters or in inches. Multiple measurements are calculated on each scan and values are displayed in the data table. Values are color-coded to indicate in-spec and out-of-spec conditions.

Pan and Zoom functions on the graph allow for detailed analysis of each scan. On-screen point and select functions can be used to manually measure extraordinary features.

Measurement values are saved to a file automatically and each scan can be saved and cross-referenced to the measurement values for documentation purposes or subsequent analysis.

HS702 Sensor - Routine Mode

Routine Mode – Inspection routines are designed to measure different features on an assembly or part. The routines are developed using the LGWorks software, and the routine files are sent wirelessly to the sensor through a ZigBee module or by using a USB cable.

A routine is started when the operator enters the identifying number for the assembly, or the optional barcode reader can be used to scan the identifier, such as a VIN. Operators follow graphical instructions to position the sensor at predetermined measurement locations, and the appropriate measurement algorithm is loaded automatically.

Data files are saved automatically. Measurements can be retaken, and data files can be closed and reopened at any time. The sensor can hold hundreds of files.


User Interface – Menus are available in multiple languages. The 2.4” high resolution color LCD provides graphical and textual information before, during, and after the scanning. A 5-way joystick and two keypad buttons are used to make menu selections and to pan and zoom in the scan window. Color LED’s on the top and the bottom of the sensor provide roll angle and error feedback.

Automatic Gain Adjustment – Measurements can be made on all color surfaces, from raw metal, to white, to glossy black. The image of the surface is optimized through a sophisticated gain algorithm that runs each time the trigger is pulled. For special applications, the gain can also be set manually.

Blue Laser Technology – When measuring on opaque, transparent or translucent materials, the reduced wavelength of the blue laser light does not penetrate the measuring object. The blue laser generates a minimal laser point on the surface and therefore offers stable, precise results on measuring objects that are normally considered as critical.

 App Auto Blue

Wireless Communications – Data files and scan files that have been saved on the sensor can be retrieved wirelessly using the integral 2.4GHz ZigBee module in the sensor to a matching USB stick plugged into a local computer. A USB cable can also be used to retrieve and send files.

Power – A rechargeable, lithium-ion battery provides power for six to eight hours of constant operation. Power saving functions can be used to extend operating times even longer. Files are constantly saved, so data is never lost. The on-screen fuel gauge and a “low battery” message informs the operator when it is time for a fresh battery.


Barcode Module – A barcode module can be installed on the front of the sensor to scan the identification number of assemblies or parts, such as the VIN or serial number.

High Capacity Battery – The higher capacity, lithium-ion battery, Series 2037, runs the sensor for more than six hours of normal use and requires the installation of a different battery holder under the handle.

Holster and Belt – An optional holster and belt can be worn by the operator to securely hold the sensor when the sensor is not being used.


Type DSP - Handheld
Size 2.3" (w) x 3.8" (h) x 10.1" (l)
Weight 19oz. (22 oz. with battery)
User Interface 2.4" Color Display, 2 sets of 3 LED’s, 5-Way Joystick and 2 Buttons
Communications Wireless - 2.4GHz ZigBee module with ZigBee USB Stick for computer.  Cable - USB 2.0A to Mini 5-Pin USB, 6’
Processor 1GHz Speed
Memory 8GB of data/scans/routines
Battery Rechargeable lithium-ion. Recommend Energizer Model ER-C680 or Samsung Model SB-L160, or equivalent. Optional, high-capacity, rechargeable lithium-ion battery Series 2037
Shock Protection Cast urethane housing
Environment 0° – 70° C
Models HS702-B-F20 HS702-B-F30
   FOV Options 1.2" (30mm) 1.9" (48mm)
   Horizontal Scanning Resolution 0.0010" (25µm) 0.0015" (38µm)
   Depth Accuracy +/- 0.0008" ( 20µm) +/- 0.0015" (38µm)

Our continuing commitment to quality may mean a change in specifications without notice. This system complies with 21 CFR Chapter I, Subchapter J.