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For all in-process and finished product applications, laser sensors are used in the rubber and tire industry to enhance competitiveness by improving productivity. The basic benefits of using laser sensors for quality control include increasing yield and productivity, increasing quality by providing 100% product inspection, reducing scrap production and rejects, and in-process inspection to detect and correct trends quickly before production of scrap. New developments in laser-based measuring systems can now provide high-speed digital data communications, eliminating the effects of errors from electrical noise and eliminating the need for A/D converters. New smart sensor developments allow application specific analysis software to run inside the sensor, simplifying operation, improving reliability, and reducing cost by eliminating the need for external signal processing hardware.

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Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2006

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