TR SCAN COMPACT Z
MINI NON-CONTACT MEASURING COLUMN
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The new TR Scan Compact Z is a miniature height measuring column.

It allows non-contact height measurements on all types of materials such as gold, soft surfaces, transparent surfaces etc.

  • Non-contact
  • Intuitive camera controls
  • Adjustable brightness
  • Height / delta / min / max measurements
  • Quick movements
  • Easy software
  • High accuracy
  • Measurements on moving parts

The CCMP (Confocal Chromatic Microscopy Point) technology combined with a digital camera allows to visualize the "virtual ball" measurement point on the part. Thanks to this method, height measurements are possible in places that a conventional contact sensor cannot reach.
The optional measuring system on the table (X/Y) allows fast and precise positioning.
The extremely fast Z-measuring system (2000 Hz) allows dynamic height measurements on moving parts.
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Z-axis displacement
The Z-axis travel wheel has two functions: quick movement and fine positioning to easily adjust the working distance.
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Mounting Bases
The table's thumbwheel allows precise movement in X & Y.  
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Tilt Adjustment
The tilt adjustment of the table is done using the two knobs on the front of the table.
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Vision
The vision system with its adjustable external light makes it possible to correctly view the current measurement area.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
TR Scan Compact Z
 
Optical sensor
Working distance 31.8 mm

Measuring range
8 mm 

Resolution
0.1 µm

Numerical aperture
0,25 

Maximum angle of measurement
90° +/- 15°
 Spot size
15 µm
 MEP
0.6 µm 

X/Y measuring system
Type of system
 Incremental
 Resolution 1 µm
 MEP ~ 10 µm 
 Interface connection
2x USB 2.0 
 
VisionVideo streamLive image 
 Field of view7 x 5.25 mm 
 Resolution1600 x 1200 
 Pixel size~4.3 µm 
 Sensor typecolour CMOS 
 
OtherInterface connection2x USB 2.0

TECHNOLOGIE CCMP
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A chromatic lens L generates the image of a point source of white light W as a continuum of monochromatic images located on the optical axis ("chromatic coding").

A sample is located within the color-coded segment and its surface scatters the incident light beam.

The backscattered light passes through the chromatic lens L in the opposite direction and arrives at a pinhole P that filters out all but one wavelength, λM.

The collected light is analyzed by an S spectrometer.
The position of the sample (M-point) is directly related to the detected wavelength.

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The beam of the CCMP sensor is extremely small compared to a 1 mm ball. Furthermore, there is no influence due to material deformation during measurement.
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The CCMP beam allows you to search for reversal points in extremely small areas not accessible to a contact sensor.
SOFTWARE
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Intuitive User Interface

The Trimos Compact Z software is extremely simple. Its philosophy is inspired by the philosophy of the height gages that have made Trimos so successful. It allows quick non-contact height measurements even for inexperienced users.

In addition, a contour module enables 2D analyses to be performed on the measured profile.

Additional software module : Contour Basic & Advance

The contour module enables additional measurements to be made on the extracted profile, such as angles, distances, radius calculation, as well as the comparison of a DXF with the contour.

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