AZ1D4LR FOR MEDIUM OBJECTS
The Matrox AltiZ AZ1D4LR 3D profiler is ideal for inspecting large objects. It has a range (Z) of 385 mm. The field of view (X) is 110 to 310 mm, depending on the range. X resolution is 157 µm per pixel. Z resolution is 100 to 890 µm per pixel, depending on range. The resolution in the direction of travel (Y) dependents on the scan rate. The AZ1D4LR has a red laser for compatibility with most materials.
Possible applications include the 3D inspection of automotive parts, consumer packaging, food products, lumber, and more.
The Matrox AltiZ 3D profiler captures and sends calibrated profiles, depth maps, or point clouds over a standard GigE Vision interface. The AltiZ projects a single laser line onto objects, which is imaged by two CMOS sensors. The position and shape of the line across the object indicates the object’s shape and distance from the AltiZ. This process is repeated rapidly as objects move underneath the laser. The resulting images are processed using patented algorithms to generate calibrated profiles, depth maps, or point clouds. This data is then sent to a computer for further analysis.
ADVANTAGES OF DUAL IMAGE SENSOR DESIGN
The Matrox AltiZ has two image sensors. This enables the profiler to capture steep surfaces and steps that would otherwise be occluded in single sensor designs. The dual sensors also enable additional robustness in the image processing stage.
The Matrox AltiZ features an aluminum IP67 housing with M12 connectors, perfect for most industrial environments. There are many mounting options, with provision for precisely stacking multiple scanners across a wide conveyor. The 24 volt digital I/O can be connected to an incremental encoder, as well as synchronize multiple scanners. Each scanner can be powered by either power-over-ethernet (PoE) or a separate 24 VDC supply.
The AltiZ works well with both Matrox Imaging Library (“MIL”) and Matrox Design Assistant (“DA”). The former is a powerful SDK; The later is a flowchart IDE for building image analysis tasks and HMI web pages. The AltiZ is also compatible with third-party software that supports the GigE Vsion, GenICam GenDC, and GenICam PFNC 3D standards.
|Digital Inputs:||Four 24 VDC isolated Inputs: Encoder A-B channels, Frame Trigger, Profile Trigger|
|Digital Outputs:||Two 24 VDC Isolated Outputs: Frame Trigger, Profile Trigger, 5 KHz max.|
|Power Method:||PoE (IEEE 802.3af Class 0) or separate 24 VDC|
|Power Requirement:||12 W (0.5 A @ 24 VDC)|
|Lens Mount:||Fixed Lens|
|Dimensions:||233 x 121 x 48 mm (9.17 x 4.76 x 1.89 in)|
|Weight:||1.5 Kg (3.3 lbs)|
|Operating Temperature:||0 to 45°C (32 to 113°F)|
|Sensor Resolution:||1,920 (h) x 1,200 (v) pixels|
|Sensor Size:||10.87 mm|
|Sensor Model:||2 x ON Semi Python 2000|
|Frame Rate (full resolution):||4,874.0 frames/second|
|Data Interface:||Ethernet Gig-E Vision|
|Data Rate:||Gigabit Ethernet|
|Laser Color:||Red (660 nm)|
|Working Distance:||160 mm (from reference point to Z minimum)|
|Z Range:||385 mm (near to far)|
|Z Resolution:||100 to 890 µm (near to far)|
|X Field of View:||110 to 310 mm (near to far)|
|X Resolution:||157 µm|
|Scan Rate:||168 to 4874 profiles per second, depending on configuration (see graph in the datasheet)|
|Network Interface:||GigE Vision 2.2 with GenDC 1.0 over Gigabit Ethernet|
|Profile Output:||RectifiedC/Coord3D_C16 or CalibratedABC_Grid/Coord3D_ABC32f|
|Depth Map Output:||RectifiedC/Coord3D_C16|
|Point Cloud Output:||CalibratedABC_Grid/Coord3D_ABC32f|
|Connector 1:||M12 X-coded 8-pin connector for Ethernet (PoE)|
|Connector 2:||M12 A-coded 12-pin for Digital I/O and Alternate Power|
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