Infrared probes are touch trigger probes. When approaching a workpiece surface, the stylus deflects and a trigger signal is transmitted to the receiver by infrared light. Interference-free signal transmission between probe and receiver is absolutely vital for process-reliable measuring on machine tools.
Entry level infrared probing system that consists of touch probe IRP60.00, tool setter IRT65.00 and receiver IRR61.00.
The IRP25.50 bidirectional probe has a modular structure enabling use of various measuring units, extensions and cross-probes.
Thanks to its compact and robust design, the IRP40.02 touch probe can be used for applications in extremely limited spaces.
The IRP40.42 is an infrared touch probe designed for on-machine measurement of sensitive materials and fragile workpieces.
The IRP40.50 ultrasmall infrared probe is ideal for on-machine measurement in small machining centres.
The IRP25.50-TP temperature probe measures workpiece temperature before and during machining for greater process control.
The IRT35.70 infrared tool setter for milling machines and machining centres enables variable positioning of the tool setter.
The IRR91.42 receives measurement and temperature data, and can communicate with infrared probes and infrared tool setters.
The IRR91.50 bidirectional infrared receiver can simultaneously communicate with two probing systems on the same machine.
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