|Beta LaserMike Brings New Lay Length Measurement and 3-Axis Fault Detection Solutions to Wire Dusseldorf 2012|
|Freitag, den 02. Dezember 2011 um 13:30 Uhr|
New LayScan system measures cable lay lengths with highest accuracy. New three-axis Lump & Neckdown Detector provides more precise measurement for improved flaw detection.
Beta LaserMike, a leading global provider of precision measurement and control solutions, will debut its new LayScan measurement system and three-axis LN Detector (Lump & Neckdown) to the international wire and cable community at Wire Dusseldorf 2012. Beta LaserMike is located in Hall 11, Stand A78.
Beta LaserMike’s new LayScan measurement system (patent pending) accurately and consistently measures the lay length of twisted pairs used in telecommunication cables. The system uses optical, non-contact measurement technology to perform on-line, high-speed lay length measurements with accuracies to 0.0254 mm (0.001 inch). LayScan provides high-data rate capabilities to precisely determine the variations in lay length within each lay. Systematic lay variations that are typically caused by twinning and cabling operations can be readily observed and measured. A data acquisition system effectively collects and processes the lay length data and reports the measurement results.
Beta LaserMike will also debut its new three-axis LN Detector. This advanced, compact system provides more precise detection of short-term faults (lump and neckdowns) in the wire diameter than 2-axis systems. The three-axis scanning system offers a higher degree of coverage around the product’s circumference to instantly detect sudden changes in the surface. The LN Detector can measure wires up to 15 mm (.59 in) in diameter at line speeds up to 3000 m/min (9842 ft/min). It can accept a range of inputs including length encoder, tachometer, line start/stop, and clear faults and can be connected to a host PC or PLC using Ethernet IP, Profibus, and Profinet. Data capture capabilities enable you to report critical process information such as height, length, number, and location of the flaw.
In addition, Beta LaserMike will exhibit the following non-contact measurement and controls solutions: