Available in a range of sizes, Helix is the ideal sensor and excels in difficult to measure features such as large holes, threaded nuts, and studs.
TriCam is Perceptron’s legacy laser triangulation sensor family. TriCam sensors come in various configurations with selection dependent on measurement requirements. Robotic applications typically use FlexiCam or FlexiCam Pro versions built specifically for harsh robotic measurement applications.
TriCam sensors contain an on-board processor and can be programmed over the intranet using the Perceptron Vector software platform. Once programmed, the on-board processor performs the run-time image processing and algorithm computation, returning the processed X, Y, Z results back to the controller for further computations. All sensor calibration and identification data is self-contained within the sensor.
Perceptron pioneered non-contact wheel alignment technology in the early 1990s with a major North American automotive manufacturer. From this early collaboration the Perceptron NCA sensor was developed and the first installations were completed in automotive assembly plants in St. Louis and Windsor. Since the highly successful pioneering installations, Perceptron has supplied thousands of non-contact alignment sensors to all of the major global in-line wheel alignment suppliers.
The Perceptron TriCam (NCA) sensors are well proven and robust product, many sensors installed in the early 90s remain operational and performing to their original specifications. The TriCam sensor has experienced many technology updates over the last 20 years.