Today’s vehicles are literally computers on wheels and have multiple systems that require precise thickness control in the manufacturing process. From sophisticated high resolution display panels to the multi-element lenses in autonomous driving cameras, Bristol's non-contact optical thickness gauges offer high accuracy thickness measurement to ensure the highest possible performance of these devices.
- Simultaneous measurement of up to 31 layers of displays and autonomous driving camera systems for accurate quality control.
- Non-contact technique means no damage or deformation.
- QC Mode in Opti-Cal software ensures mistake free measurements for engineering, QC and production personnel.
- Real time results for fast testing throughput.
Measurement results shown in table below are of a typical automotive touch screen, displayed in Bristol's Opti-Cal software. The first few layers are identified in the table. Green boxes show the layers that are within design criteria, and one adhesive layer (red box) that is is slightly out of spec.