Large measuring range for different object heights
For over 30 years, SICK has been using parallelized SIMD sensor architectures with on-chip calculation to introduce high-performance imaging processes to the market. 1994 saw the launch of the Ranger RS2200, the first product with laser triangulation, which was followed by several sensor generations. Now, SICK is launching Ranger3 – the new generation of the Ranger triangulation product family for the demanding inspection tasks of the future. Chief among these is the need to provide absolutely accurate 3D measurements of many different object heights at frame rates which can keep up with the increasing speeds of production lines.
CMOS sensor with ROCC technology reduces costs and complexity
No compromising on quality
Diverse applications for Ranger3
- Electronics and semiconductors: Ranger3 can be used for the precise inspection of components and PCBs as production speeds get faster and component sizes get smaller.
- Tire production: Ranger3 monitors the production quality with precise measurements for a wide range of different tire sizes. Thanks to Ranger3, there is no need to spend time realigning the inspection system.
- Logistics: Ranger3 provides precise volume and size measurements for both large packages and flat, thin objects.
- Traffic: Ranger3 can be integrated into systems for predictive road or rail maintenance to provide precise measurements at a speed which does not hinder the flow of traffic.
- Wood industry: Ranger3 reliably detects defects in organic material, whether it is knots or rot, by analyzing scattered laser light.