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The Basler blaze industrial 3D camera operates on the pulsed Time-of-Flight principle. Its laser diodes (VCSEL) work in the NIR range (940 nm), generating 2D and 3D data in one shot with a multipart image, incorporating range, intensity and confidence maps.
This time-of-flight camera uses pulsed light from infrared LEDs to illuminate a target. These light pulses are reflected by the target and registered by the sensor. The sensor then converts the electrical charge created by the light energy in the sensor’s pixels into distance information.
The camera can generate a calibrated range image in Mono16, RGB8, or Coord3D_ABC32f format. Use the camera's intensity image (Mono16) to check the exposure time. And use the camera's confidence map (Mono16) to verify data integrity. Automatic exposure control is available.
A special version of Pylon software enables configuring the camera and viewing images. The images can be saved in TIFF, Bitmap, JPEG and PNG formats. The 3-D point cloud is saved as a PLY polygon file. A separate window can display the point cloud.
Suggested applications include shape and volume measurement, carton stacking, object location, and autonomous vehicle crash avoidance.
|Sensor Resolution:||640 (h) x 480 (v) pixels|
|Sensor Size:||8.00 mm (1/2")|
|Sensor Model:||Sony DepthSense™ IMX556PLR|
|Frame Rate (full resolution):||30 frames/second|
|Lens Mount:||Fixed Lens|
|Data Interface:||Ethernet Gig-E Vision|
|Data Rate:||Gigabit Ethernet|
|Power Requirement||24 VDC ±10%; < 24 W mean; < 48 W peak @ 24 VDC|
|Field of View||60° x 45°|
|Working Range||0 - 10 meters|
|Operating Temperature||0 - 50°C|
|Accuracy||< 5 mm in 0.3 - 6 m|
|Temporal Noise||< 2 mm in 0.3 - 1.5 m|
|Latency||< 150 ms|
|Trigger||Software trigger; PTP IEEE1588 sync|
|Conformance||CE, RoHS, GenICam, GigE Vision, IP67, FCC, Eye safety EN 62471:2008|
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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