m&h infrared probing systems

m&h 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.

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Infrared touch trigger probes for in-process measurement directly on the machine tool.

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    The IRP25.50 bidirectional probe has a modular structure enabling use of various measuring units, extensions and cross-probes

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    Thanks to its compact and robust design, the IRP40.02 touch probe can be used for applications in extremely limited spaces.

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      Automated execution and analysis of machine tool inspection
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    The IRP25.50-TP temperature probe measures workpiece temperature before and during machining for greater process control.

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      Automated execution and analysis of machine tool inspection
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    The IRP40.42 is an infrared touch probe designed for on-machine measurement of sensitive materials and fragile workpieces.

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      Automated execution and analysis of machine tool inspection
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    The IRP40.50 ultrasmall infrared probe is ideal for on-machine measurement in small machining centres.

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      Automated execution and analysis of machine tool inspection
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    The IRR91.42 receives measurement and temperature data, and can communicate with infrared probes and infrared tool setters.

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      Automated execution and analysis of machine tool inspection
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    The IRR91.50 bidirectional infrared receiver can simultaneously communicate with two probing systems on the same machine.

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      Automated execution and analysis of machine tool inspection
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