P-405 REMOTE SCAN OPTICAL SQUARE
The P-405 Remote Scan Optical Square accepts a straight-line laser beam, bends it at a precise 90º angle and produces a continuously rotating laser plane. It uses the T-212 4-Axis Target to qualify or align the optical square to the laser beam. The laser plane created by the P-405 is square to its input beam to 1 arc second. The plane is flat to 1/2 arc second. It can be moved down the input laser beam to create parallel reference planes.
- Machine tool measurement/alignment
- Spindle Z-X travel
- Lathe cross-rail squareness/straightness/flatness
- Column squareness
- Roll alignment
- The plane is generated by a rotating pentaprism that bends the beam at an exact 90º angle, accurate to better than .0002" within a ten-foot diameter circle and .001" within a 50-foot diameter circle.
- Establishes parallel planes by moving the P-405 to different locations along a straight laser beam.
- Uses multiple targets, eliminating the need to relocate the target for each measurement.
- Reduced operating time. The P-405 does not need adjusting for every reading (the "point-and-shoot" method required by manual systems).
20 microinch/ft. 360º sweep
10 microinch/ft. 90º sweep (plus laser centering error)
|Plumb Line Squareness:||Within 1/3 arc second to plane|
|Scan Rate:||300 rpm/5rps nominal|
|Speed Variation:||Approximately 30 rpm|
|Power Supply:||15V DC|