The flexibility of the cyberTECHNOLOGIES systems relates to the range of optical sensors which the platforms and software can accommodate.
cyberTECHNOLOGIES optical profilometers interact with a broad range of materials and topographies due to the various sensors available. With options of Confocal White light in point, line and microscope form, laser in several configurations, interferometry and microscope options, the systems are able to provide data from diverse materials.
A suitable sensor selection gives the user control over the measurement range and resolution required for the material and application; the working heights offer solutions where proximity of the sensor to the inspected surface is controlled by topography, type of light source improves results from difficult surfaces, and interferometry will measure flatness in ultra‑smooth surfaces.
Applications with solid, powder, paste or liquid materials can be assessed with resolutions from 3 nm upwards, measurement range to 25 mm, and working heights to 80 mm can be accommodated within the range.
A key feature is that highly reflective surfaces, glass, and even black surfaces can be measured.