Typically, the only way to measure the speed and length of endless material is through contacting the material with something like a wheeled encoder or running the material over a roller hooked up to an encoder. With this method, you risk damaging the material to be measured by touch it. How can you achieve precise speed and length data using non-contact methods?
In this webinar, we will discuss new technology from SICK called the SPEETEC non-contact sensor for speed and length measurement. This encoder avoids damage and contamination to surfaces being measured through high-quality design and numerous features.
In this webinar you will learn:
- You can use safe laser Doppler technology to improve your processes
- Accurate results can be achieved through true non-contact means of measurement
- You can exceed accuracy and repeatability expectations by using this measurement method