3/24/2008

Multi-Sensor Vision Systems--Starrett

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The Galileo AV1824 video measurement system offers increased versatility through its multi-sensor measuring capabilities including vision, touch probe and laser scanning. The system provides an intermediate travel multi-sensor metrology solution especially suited for QC labs, research, engineering and manufacturing environments.

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The Galileo AV1824 video measurement system offers increased versatility through its multi-sensor measuring capabilities including vision, touch probe and laser scanning. The system provides an intermediate travel multi-sensor metrology solution especially suited for QC labs, research, engineering and manufacturing environments.

The color optical system provides zoom magnification of 12:1 with a programmable magnification range from 15 × to 550 × with auxiliary lenses. A dual output LED illuminator, ring light and co-axial illumination provides exceptional lighting. Four-quadrant high incidence angle LED transmitted illumination is also available. Other options include a Renishaw PH 6 contact probe with TP20 module, Optimet Mark III Laser Probe and a CNC rotary positioning device. The system includes dual flat panel LCD displays.

Its large envelope offers a measurement volume of 24" × 18" × 6" on an XYZ measuring stage and a motion volume of 24.2" × 18.2" × 6.2".

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