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Q6 Series
LASER SENSOR Q6
New Standard Q6 for High Speed, Precision 2D / 3D Measurements
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Features and Advantages
Principle: Laser Line Triangulation
QuellTech laser-scanners make use of the triangulation principle to detect the two-dimensional profile of surfaces. By means of particular optical components, a point-shaped laser beam is expanded to a line and projected to the object of interest. The diffuse light of the reflected laser line is captured by an objective at a certain angle and then directed to a two-dimensional receiver chip.

On the basis of distances and angles known, a precise calibrated height value (z) is calculated for each pixel in the x level (laser line), resulting in a precise profile in the x-z plane of the sample. If the scanner is guided over the sample (y axis), a series of profiles is created forming a three-dimensional point cloud in space. This point cloud can be subjected by dimensional control carried out by the software.
Q6 Laser Scanner, a Heavy Duty Series for Most Demanding Measuring Tasks

QuellTech Q6 Laser Scanners are ideally suited for industrial applications, requiring maximum precision and process stability at high traverse speed:

  • High resolution and profile speed of 14.000 profiles/s and up to 57 Mio points/s
  • X-Measuring range from 45 to 1200 mm
  • Z-Measuring range (height) from 15 to 800 mm
  • Laser wave length blue 405/450 nm, red 650 nm

For Q6 laser scanners, different power classes are available from 1 mW to 160 mW. For optimum adaptation to the surfaces to be examined, the power class and wave length can be selected.

Q6 Laser Scanner, Further Properties
  • Resolution down to 0,24 µm (numeric resolution)
  • Special algorithms for very glossy material
  • Different High Dynamic Range (HDR)- Modes for objects of strongly differing reflectivity
  • Multi Slope Mode for objects of strongly differing reflectivity
  • Different trigger modes, 2 trigger inputs (encoder input RS422)
  • Several measuring windows to be set up on chip
  • Automatic tracking of measuring windows
  • Master-Slave configuration for Multi-scanner application
  • User configurations to be stored in laser scanner
  • Individual extremely precise calibration at the site of the manufacturer
  • Casing with protective system IP67
  • *GenICam and GigEVision Interface Standard for connection to known image processing software tools
  • Software Developer Kit
  • Image processing software
Product Specifications​
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Scanner Type
15-45
15-82
38-82
15-145
51-229
250-182
300-288
300-495
800-840
Range Z(mm)
15.00
15.00
38.00
15.00
51.00
250.00
300.00
300.00
800.00
Extended Z Range (mm)
45.00
90.00
90.00
185.00
218.00
250.00
410.00
700.00
1900.00
Range X Middle (mm)
45.00
82.00
82.00
145.00
229.00
182.00
288.00
495.00
840.00
Range X Begin (mm)
44.00
80.00
80.00
141.00
218.00
144.00
204.00
362.00
445.00
Range X End (mm)
46.00
85.00
85.00
42.00
149.00
225.00
370.00
655.00
1240.00
Clearance (mm)
105.00
165.00
154.00
165.00
178.00
275.00
250.00
250.00
344.00
Working distance Z-Range middle (mm)
112.50
172.50
173.00
172.50
203.50
400.00
400.00
400.00
744.00
Resolution in Z (μm)
0.24
0.47
0.47
0.87
0.64
1.38
2.18
3.74
10.35
Resolution in X (μm)
10.99
20.02
20.02
35.40
55.91
44.00
70.31
120.85
205.08
Dimensions (mm)
205x64x90.1
250x64x90.1
250x64x90.1
250x64x90.1
410x64x130
316x64x145
316x64x145
316x64x145
316x64x145
Weight (kg)
1.6~2.0
Max. Scan rate (Hz)
91,800
91,800
91,800
91,800
91,800
91,800
91,800
91,800
91,800
Scan rate up to (Hz)
14,500
14,500
14,500
14,500
14,500
14,500
14,500
14,500
14,500
Linearity : < 0.06 % of FS · Laser color : Red, Green, Blue · Resolution in X : 4090 pixel
Application
Battery Weld Bead Inspection with Q6
Q6 Scanning Machine Part in Multi Sensor System

· Free Shape Comparison

· Profile

· Width

· Height

· Depth

· Edge

· Groove

· Channel

· Bead

· Angle

· Roundness

· Presence

· Planarity

· Deformation

· Flushness

· Volume

· Position

· Completeness

· Track Accuracy

· Doubling