Measurement Sensors

Measuring sensors are used to measure the dimensions of an object by converting changes in amount of light into electrical signals when the object interrupts a wide laser beam.


1. A physical quantity of an object can be measured.

A Displacement Sensor measures and detects changes (displacement) in a physical quantity.

The Sensor can measure the height, width, and thickness of an object by determining the amount of displacement of that object.

A Measurement Sensor measures the position and dimensions of an object.

2. Physical quantity output is also possible in addition to ON/OFF signal output.

Analog output of physical quantities (current output or voltage output) can also be performed (excluding some models).

Some models also support digital (serial) communications.

Types of Measurement Sensors