Dimetix laser distance sensors can be used to remotely monitor sluice and flood gate position, minimizing the need for visual verification in remote locations. Dimetix lasers offer several methods of communicating to control systems commonly used in dam and hydropower applications.
DIMETIX USA helped make history in 2010 by collaborating with Applied Geomechanics, Inc. to develop a system to monitor the lift and placement of steel bridge truss sections on the Huey P. Long Bridge over the Mississippi River in New Orleans.
When using a large saw blade for cutting different materials, the blade frequently shifts out of alignment for a number of reasons, especially when squaring the heads while making an adjustment or changing the blade. As a consequence, cuts are made at the wrong angle, often resulting in unnecessary reworking and scrap.
Dimetix sensors have the range and accuracy to measure a variety of roll sizes as production moves through the mill without adjustment and without contact. The lasers are maintenance free and provide a reliable, repeatable, and cost effective alternative to string potentiometers, transducers, ultrasonic sensors, and manual tape measure readings.
Modular system—all components included
Modes: distance, crane to wall or crane to crane
Simple TEACH set point programming
Six configurable relay alarm outputs
Intuitive color touch screen display
Rugged industrial components
Class II visible laser for safe use
0.05 up to 500 m (2 inch to 1,640 feet) measurement range
No target needed up to 65 meters
Up to 0.1mm (0.004") resolution
Up to ± 1mm (0.039") accuracy
Complete system in one housing
IP 65 environmental rating
Indoor and outdoor operation (may require enclosure)
Rugged solid aluminum casing
Economically priced sensors for many applications
Class II laser source for plant safety
On board processing of data
Configurable operational modes and output formats
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