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OFDA MFX

The OFDA MFX is an online multiple fibre measurement system.  Using ultra high speed patented cameras to measure diameter and faults such as slubs, thick and thin places.  No moving parts and solid state components ensure high reliability and stability in measurements. The compact industrial design allows the system to be easily installed with minimal intrusion to any operation. Employing Microsoft Windows operating system and Ethernet connection, the data is easily accessible. The OFDA MFX system is the perfect addition to monitor outputs to produce premium products.

A version for measuring up to 400 fibres.
 
Specification
  • Technology: Charged coupled device (CCD) and light emitting devices (LED)
  • Diameter range: 0.005  to 1.5 mm
  • Sample rate per fibre: 14000
  • Accuracy: +/-0,002mm
  • Number of simultaneous fibre: 400
  • Fault detection: Slubs (as short as 1 mm), necks, Standard deviation, thick and thin places
  • Outputs: 4 (customisable for different defects)
  • Dimensions: 120 x 490 x 1300 mm (depending on length required)

Features

  • Non contact measurement makes non destructive measurements and easy material handling
  • No moving parts to ensure high reliability
  • Ultra high speed to detect short defects
  • Customised software facility
  • 100% monitoring ensures quality products
  • The most cost effect system on the market  
  • Compact design allows fast integration into production lines
  • Excellent resistance to dust and dirt particles
  • Multiple digital outputs for mulitple defect alarms
  • Labels print out for spool identification and defect print out for quality control

Software

Monitor hundreds of fibres at the same time from a convenient diameter graph.

Ultra high speed cameras captures  defects as short as 1 mm to produce premium products with confidence.

Global data accessible on a single screen with coloured highlights of fibres requiring attention.

 
     

 

Design by Arno Münzer