In other applications the frame is moved over objects like packets or parcels. Again, the frame determines the diameters and the volume of the objects. In another configuration, the objects are pushed through the frame by a conveyor belt.
Both options are also available with a rail allowing a vertical movement of the imaging frame. In this option the weight of the frame is balanced so that it hangs quietly in each position.
In a high resolution option (see Fig. 3) an object of circular or elliptical cross section area is placed within the frame, which hangs quietly and determines the circumference of the object every 2 seconds. This option allows to measure the change of the diameter or of the circumference of the object, e.g. due to a temperature change (see Fig. 4). Changes as low as 20 Micrometers are detected.
The following table 1 shows the imaging frames available (column 1). Typical rails and object holders designed for the imaging frames can be found in the same row.
Note that our industrial scanners are not intended for the use as medical devices.
|Model||Clear Width||Casing||Weight||Response Time||Rail||Object Holder|
|1001 NT||47 cm x 31 cm||Aluminum||3,5 kg||70 ms||1002 NT||1003 NT|
|401 NT||47 cm x 47 cm||Aluminum||5 kg||100 ms||402 NT||403 NT|
|351 NT||47 cm x 47 cm||Aluminum||4,5 kg||100 ms||352 NT||353 NT|
|451 NT||47 cm x 47 cm||Aluminum||4,5 kg||2 s||402 NT||403 NT|
|1001 M||41,5 cm x 31 cm||Aluminum||3,5 kg||70 ms||1002 M||1003 M|
|401 T||47 cm x 47 cm||Steel and Aluminum||15 kg||100 ms||402 T||403 T|
|351 S||47 cm x 47 cm||Steel and Aluminum||12 kg||100 ms||352 S||353 S|
Imaging frames, rails and object holders
|Model 1001 NT||Model 401 NT, Model 451 NT||Model 351 NT|
Imaging frames on demand
|Model 1001 M||Model 351 S||Model 401 T|