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Proscan 2D

Measurement of roughness, flatness, shape, width, taper and bow on boards, panels and strip

The Proscan 2D surface profilometer is a fast, accurate, non-contact 2D profilometer, used in a broad range of applications and useful for detection of sub-par products before they make it to the customer.

Developed by Scantron, the Proscan 2D is a popular solution with clients looking for a non-contact solution for offline sample inspection. It facilitates the measurement of roughness, flatness, shape, width, taper and bow on boards, panels and strip.

The Proscan 2D surface profilometer is an essential addition to any production environment where the analysis of a surface is critical to the performance, productivity or yield of the product.

Calling on  30+ years experience, the Proscan 2D combines the very latest in non-contact displacement sensors with sophisticated and easy to use software.

We have a number of other surface profilometer solutions available and can build bespoke systems to suit your specific requirements – contact us to find out more.

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Sensor ModelMeasuring RangeStand Off mmResolutionLinearity
(% +/- of range)
Technology
S3/011110µm3.35nm0.1Chromatic
S11/03300µm1112nm0.1Chromatic
S13/1.11.1mm12.725nm0.1Chromatic
S16/2.52.5mm16.475nm0.1Chromatic
S29/1010mm29280nm0.1Chromatic
S20/2020mm19.6600nm0.1Chromatic
L25/2H2mm250.1µm0.05Triangulation
L35/10H10mm350.5µm0.03Triangulation
L50/20H20mm501µm0.03Triangulation
L70/50H50mm702.5µm0.03Triangulation
L270/70H70mm2702.3µm0.01Laser
Note:

The sensor naming convention is generally as follow:

First letter – S stands for Spectral (sometimes called chromatic or white light sensor)

First letter – L stands for Laser triangulation sensor

First number – i.e. 5, represents the distance from the target (stand off) in mm that the sensor needs to be at in order to take measurements

Second number – i.e. 2, is the measureing range in mm of the sensor

Hence, an S5/03 sensor is a spectral type sensor with a 5mm stand off and a 300 micron measuring range.

Note:

Other sensors are available. Please contact us for alternative ranges.

Technical Sepcification
Scanner overall dimensions (w x h x d)1130 x 600 x 450mm
Electronic cabinet overall dimensions315 x 705 x 600mm
Granite table size1130 x 600 x 70mm
X travel800mm
Electrical requirements100-110/220-240 VAC, 50/60Hz
Operating temperature10- 35 deg C
Step size (minimum)1µm
Step size (maximum)9.99mm
Data collection rate (maximum) depends on sensor & set up20,000points/sec
Scanning speed (maximum) depends on set up90mm/sec
Retrace speed100mm/sec
Maximum no. of data points2400 (option available to increase to 20,000)

The Proscan 2D surface profilometer is at home in a number of settings and, with its array of measurement capabilities, it’s a versatile tool that offers a multitude of practical benefits, central to which is maintaining quality control and preventing delivery of sub-par products to customers.

  • Rugged construction means the Proscan 2D can be used on the shop floor or laboratory
  • Large 800mm scan
  • A high speed of measurement means a complete scan takes just a few seconds
  • With our very easy to use, dedicated measuring software, no special operator training is required yet provides a host of advanced analytical features
  • Interchangeable non-contact sensors
  • Full turnkey solution

This offline profilometer will scan the top surface of objects over a distance of 800mm. A graphical 2D representation of the scanned data will be shown on screen and by using the surface analysis tools the sample can be properly quantified.

A number of different sensors can be used with the Proscan 2D. This enables the end user flexibility to measure a wide variety of different materials with contrasting surface properties. Sensors with very small measuring ranges are often used on very smooth surfaces to determine true surface roughness. Sensors with larger measuring ranges are used more on surfaces where a profile has been produced and needs to be measured.

  • Waviness on Gypsum board
  • Flatness on sheet or board materials
  • Surface profile of etched materials
  • Flatness, roughness or bend in boards or bars
  • Rapid shape measurement for large components