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Gocator 2000

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LMI Technologies, a global leader in 3D sensor measurement, has launched the Gocator 2000 series of 3D laser line sensors targeted at factory automation.

The built-in web server provides an effective GUI for rapid setup and control. Users can connect, set up exposure and speeds, visualise profiles, measure dimensions, select communication outputs, and monitor results using Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Safari web browsers. This built-in web connectivity enables users to access the sensor from any PC without additional software, drivers, control boxes, amplifiers, or dependency on a specific operating system.

Users can program the system with C language scripting to perform custom calculations or define unique logic decisions. All of the Gocators in the 2000 series are network aware, allowing one sensor to be paired with a second sensor in order to perform more sophisticated differential measurement tasks. A series of Gocators can be networked to scan large objects. Rich I/O and simplified cabling support a variety of common digital and analogue interface requirements.

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