Laser distance sensors for a variety of measurement uses

6 July 2005. Rugged laser distance sensors for non-contact measurement of solid, semi-solid, or most fluid surfaces indoors and outdoors is available from Metrology Resource Co. (MRC) in Ortonville, Mich.

6 July 2005. Rugged laser distance sensors for non-contact measurement of solid, semi-solid, or most fluid surfaces indoors and outdoors is available from Metrology Resource Co. (MRC) in Ortonville, Mich. The class II eye-safe MR L-1 distance laser sensors are for distance measurements ranging from eight inches to 660 feet. Accuracy ranges from 0.06 to 0.1 inches, depending on the sensor. Measurement time is 0.3 seconds, at beam diameters from six to 60 millimeters. Applications include vehicle spotting, distance measurement to buildings or military targets, profiling railway tunnels, and distance measuring in explosion-endangers or in docking supertankers. For more information contact MRC online at www.metrologyresource.com.

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