S Mart – In-line 3D Optical Profiler

  • Compact, lightwieght, mountable sensor head
  • Robust, rugged and reliable
  • Versatile: 3 measurement modes in one system


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In-line Metrology

 Sensofar’s in-line metrology sensor systems represent the culmination of more than 14 years of experience in the development of surface metrology systems.

They have been designed right from the outset to be integrated into the harshest manufacturing environments. Compact, lightweight, and with flexible mounting options, S Mart sensors, and their fast interferometry counterpart the S Onix, put high-performance surface metrology right where you need it – in the application.

Robust, Rugged and Reliable

Production environments are not always the most friendly – varying conditions, vibrations, aggressive materials, etc., all make measurement tasks considerably more difficult. But our in-line sensors have been designed with exactly this in mind. The sealed sensor head keeps out debris and particles while our optical assembly contains no moving parts – the sensors stay clean and aligned.

Maximum Measurement Versatility

 The S mart provides the necessary measurement versatility to cope with a diverse range of surface types and topographies. With Sensofar’s 3-in-1 technology – three measurement technologies combined into a single sensor head via a patented microdisplay approach – the system can be easily switched to the most appropiate technique for the task at hand. This versatility provides not only for maximum measurement flexibility on any one surface, but it also means unparalleled adaptability for changing application requirements.

Compact, Light, Any Orientation

 Small size and low weight make designing for integration easy. Able to be mounted in any orientation, S mart and S onix can be positioned as the application dictates. Cable lengths can be up to 14m. This makes them perfectly adaptable for both in-line production and robot-mounted sensing applications.
  • Automotive / Aerospace
  • Energy / Transportation
  • Micromanufacturing
  • Laser Processing