Cx4090HS 3D sensor

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A sensor speed of up to 26 kHz, a resolution rate of 4,096 measuring points per profile and a data interface for 3D sensors according to the latest standard: The cx4090HS is the first sensor module of the new C6 series from AT - Automation Technology, which complements the modular 3D sensor concept. With a factor of 1.8, the module is almost twice as fast as the previous 4K models of the C5 and MCS series, so that the measurement possibilities in the 3D sector thus reach a completely new level.

The development goal was to simplify the previous functions of the AT 3D sensors, to make integration into existing systems less complicated, and also to optimize the product's response capabilities to a greater extent. The cx4090HS has therefore now features such as Multi Part and Multi Peak, which significantly expand the profile sensor's potential. The recorded 3D data can be evaluated even more extensively thanks to Multi Part and Multi Peak, which provides much more flexibility in the analysis options and also in the settings of the sensor module. In addition, the implementation of the standardized GeniCam 3D data interface makes the cx4090HS sensor inherently compatible with many software products and systems.

The new high-speed sensor module is particularly beneficial for applications such as wood inspections, electronics inspections, road scannings or tire geometry inspections that require both a large measurement width and high resolution. Since the cx4090HS can scan objects up to 2 meters wide, it offers a perfect solution for applications with a large measurement width.

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