With a range of working distances from 45-500 mm, the ZEISS COMET L3D 2 sensor can operate even in cramped conditions. It has a fast warm-up mode, allowing the operator to concentrate fully on the measuring task.
The COMET L3D 2 also offers several options for creating an integrated measurement system, including rotary tables and tripods.
The compact and lightweight sensor system can be transported between application sites without difficulty. Moreover, on-site calibration enables changing the measuring field by swapping the lenses.
Applications for the ZEISS COMET L3D 2 include inspection, tool manufacture and mold making, design, rapid manufacturing, reverse engineering as well as archeology and 3D capturing of historical objects.
With high light intensity and a 2448×2050 pixel array, the ZEISS COMET L3D 2 allows significant flexibility when it comes to the application site.
“Even in difficult ambient conditions, the ZEISS COMET L3D 2 delivers precise 3D data [and] automatically recognizes changes in vibration and exposure,” explained Marcus Steinbichler, CEO of Carl Zeiss Optotechnik GmbH. “Moreover, the enormous light yield and the distinctively high measuring speed ensure reliable data capture on extremely different object surfaces.”