The Process Of Position Sensing
Position sensing is the process by which a position sensing detector or detectors and other equipment are used to accurately measure and determine an exact line, point or position, often across long distances. This process is most commonly used in the manufacturing and building of aircraft, ships and large trucks as well as many other applications.
Position Sensing Detectors or “PSD’s”, are made of silicon photodiodes that provide an analog output of the position of a light spot on the detector's active area. This output from the PSD simultaneously monitors position and light intensity and gives a precise measurement. The PSD is a continuous analog position sensor and its advantages are: outstanding position linearity, high analog resolution, fast response time, and simple operating circuits.
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- SiTek Electro Optics
- Straight Line Laser
- The Advantages Of Using Pin-Cushion Detectors
- The Function Of Reference Targets
- The Function Of See-Through Targets
- The Function Of The Position Sensing Display Module
- The Function Of Transparent Targets
- The Process Of Laser-Based Alignment
- The Role of The Position Sensing Amplifier
- The Role of Transimpedance Amplifiers