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as full SDK for more detailed machine integration. T e sensors are confi gured with a unique IP address (user changeable), which enables future remote confi guration and diagnostics. A Modbus protocol (supported via Ethernet and the RS422 interface) also enables direct connection between the sensor and a PLC. “T e laser sensor is a good piece of


kit. We’ve successfully used the sensor in multiple projects, for example, weld monitoring and weld grinding. T e integration was straightforward too. T ere are a variety of APIs/software tools provided by Micro-Epsilon for integration with diff erent software platforms and programming languages such as LabView and C++, so it was really a plug-and-play set up without much hassle. Which saved precious time for us. We’ve also been very happy with the technical support,” concludes Gurdal.


The sensor is mounted to a robot end eff ector and measures the profi le of welded joints and planar surfaces


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