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Gocator 2000 family of Laser Profilers
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LMI Technologies' Gocator 3D Laser profiler

Gocator 3D smart sensors are all-in-one measurement solutions that set a new standard for introducing control and optimization in today’s automated factory equipment. Gocator’s built-in, web-based user interface and measurement tools make 3D inspection easy and provide end-users with total control over setup and operation.

Gocator sensors ship pre-calibrated to deliver measurement results out-of-the-box. An open-source SDK and micro-second networking support sophisticated multi-Gocator possibilities to deliver unparalleled flexibility. Users can quickly perform 100% non-contact inline inspection, track and sort parts, and communicate results either directly or to a PLC.

Gocator sensors are available in different fields of view, measurement ranges, laser classes, resolutions, and levels of customization to suit your application’s needs.

Web Interface

Gocator's built-in web application provides a rich, intuitive and fun to use interface all at the click of a mouse. You don’t have to be a vision engineer or a programming guru to use the built-in measurement tools to make this sensor work in your system.

All of Gocator's features are easily configured through a web interface. Some applications may require more involved configuration, if so, Gocator provides a rich SDK (software development kit) to easily solve these problems.

Flexible Input / Output

Integrate to an existing systems using the provided digital I/O, analog, serial RS-485 and Ethernet connections.

Gocator also allows outputs to operate simultaneously, acting as a bridge across platforms. Trigger signals and quadrature encoder inputs are provided to fully control the measurement process and timing.

A rich set of inputs and outputs makes the Gocator a complete solution and one that will fit nicely into your existing control system

 

General specifications
LMI Gocator 2020
LMI Gocator 2030
LMI Gocator 2040
LMI Gocator 2050
LMI Gocator 2070
LMI Gocator 2080
Scan rate/speed
300-5000 Hz dependent on window size
Resolution (Z)
0.003 - 0.011
0.008 - 0.018 mm
0.017 - 0.049 mm
0.025 - 0.092 mm
0.07 - 0.023 mm
0.094 - 0.55 mm
Resolution (X)
0.030 - 0.04
0.088 - 0.15 mm
0.19 - 0.34 mm
0.30 - 0.60 mm
0.55 - 1.1 mm
0.75 - 2.2 mm
Clearance Distance (see diagram below)
40
90 mm
190 mm
300 mm
400 mm
350 mm
Measurement Distance (see diagram below)
20
80 mm
210 mm
400 mm
500 mm
800 mm
Field of View (FOV) (see diagram below)
19 - 26
47-85 mm
96 - 194 mm
158-365 mm
308 - 687 mm
390 - 1260 mm
Laser
2M
2M
3R
3R
3B
3B
Interface
Ethernet
Ethernet
Ethernet
Ethernet
Ethernet
Ethernet
Size
65x75x142 mm
65x75x142 mm
65x75x194 mm
65x75x272 mm
65x75x272 mm
65x75x272 mm
Weight
<1.5 kg
Housing
Gasketed aluminium enclosure, IP67

Diagram showing sensor scan zone

(FOV) = Field of View

 



Gocator 2000 Datasheet

 

 

 

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