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Scanning Laser Micrometers


Scanning Laser Micrometers

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Triton™ triple-axis micrometers

Dual-axis micrometers

Single-axis micrometers

Micrometer interfaces

Operating principle

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LaserLinc offers 16 different models of scanning laser micrometers for precise, non-contact measurement of outside diameter and ovality, also called roundness or eccentricity Ovality
Eccentricity is sometimes used as a measure of the degree to which two forms share a common center, as in an insulated wire where the core (the wire) and the outer insulation do not share the same center. However, LaserLinc uses these terms to refer to a measure of how well the measured product conforms to a circle. LaserLinc uses the term concentricity as a measure of the degree to which two forms share a common center.
. Manufacturers use these devices to improve quality and reduce waste.

Selecting the Best Micrometer

The operating principle of a scanning laser micrometer is explained and illustrated on this page.

Some key questions that must be answered in order to select the best micrometer for your application:


Model Overview

Models are divided into groups based on the number of axes of measurement they provide: one, two, or three. Single-axis models measure the product from one angle. Multi-axis models yield a better measurement of average diameter. Triton™ triple-axis micrometers measure ovality accurately, regardless of product orientation. Mount two or more gauges together to provide four or six axes of measurement.

All models:


Model numbers begin with the number of axes of measurement, followed by the approximate gate size in millimeters. The matrix below shows models by number of axes of measurement and approximate gate size.

Click on a micrometer name in the Model column to access its specifications and drawings.

Inches

Metric (mm)

Model

Minimum Part Size

Gate Size

Minimum Part Size

Gate Size

Single-axis:

TLAser103

.0006

 .114

.015 (15μm)

  2.9

TLAser122

.0015

 .91

.038

 23.1

TLAser122s

.003

 .91

.076

 23.1

TLAser130s

.007

1.18

.178

 30

TLAser160s

.010

2.36

.254

 60

TLAser1120s

.028

4.72

.711

120

TLAser1240s

.036

9.45

.914

240

Dual-axis:

TLAser203

.00158

 .114

.04

  2.9

TLAser222

.003

 .91

.076

 23.1

TLAser230

.007

1.18

.178

 30

TLAser260

.016

2.36

.406

 60

TLAser2120

.024

4.72

.61

120

Triple-axis Triton:

Triton312

.004

0.47

.102

12

Triton330

.004

1.18

.102

30

Triton331

.01

1.18

.254

30

Triton360

.016

2.36

.406

60