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3D Cameras
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Industrial 3D cameras use a range of different techniques to measure object shape (3D) at high speed while at the same time, measuring other object features.

Some of the different techniques used by 3D cameras include:
Sheet-of-light triangulation (laser profiling) where object profiles are measured using a laser sheet-of-light (triangulation) technique where a laser line is projected on the object, the resulting sensor image being evaluated by the camera core and converted into a single height profile By scanning the laser line over the object, a complete height image of the object can be acquired. The sensor is capable of delivering position data as well as additional features (eg intensity, line width) without sacrificing profile speed.

Time-of-flight - A time-of-flight camera is a 3D vision system that creates distance data using the a principle where the entire "scene" is captured with each laser or light pulse. The result of recent semiconductor innovation, the 3D camera system covers distances from a few meters up to several metres, depending on the detector material being used. At the heart of the camera is an advanced sensor technology employing the time-of-flight distance measurement principle where infrared light from the camera's internal lighting source is reflected by objects in the scene and travels back to the camera where its precise time of arrival is measured independently by each of tens of thousands of sensor pixels.

3D cameras are available and in both GigE and Cameralink interfaces; some as ruggedized models for harsh environments.

3D camera applications include:
Parts verification Surface scanning Variety of inspections General machine vision Robotic guidance

Logistics - measuring volumes of freight

Security/surveillance Medical and biometrics General measurement Completeness check Decoding of stamped parts  


Automation Technology- Laser-profile, 3D cameras
3D Cameras with GigE interface
Model Resolution Sensor Type Pixel Size Frame Rate Output
C4-2350-GigE 2352 x 1728 pixels CMOS 7µm x 7µm 190 fps GigE
C4-2040-GigE 2048 x 1088 pixels CMOS 5.5 µm x 5.5 µm 340 fps GigE
C4-1280 GigE 1280 x 1024 pixels CMOS 14 µm x 14 µm 500 fps GigE
 
3D Cameras with CameraLink interfaces
Model Resolution Sensor Type Pixel Size Frame Rate Output
C3-2350-CL 2352 x 1728 pixels CMOS 7µm x 7µm 20/30 fps CameraLink
C3-1280-CL 1280 x 1024 pixels CMOS 12 µm x 12 µm 61 fps/76 fps CameraLink


LMI Technologies - Smart All-In-One 3D cameras
Model
Scan rate/speed*
Resolution (Z) mm
Resolution (X) mm
Clearance distance** mm
Measurement distance** mm
Field of view** mm
Interface
Gocator 2000 series: 3D laser profiler sensors        
2020 300-5000 Hz 0.003 - 0.011 0.030 - 0.04 40 20 19 - 26 Ethernet
2030 300-5000 Hz 0.008 - 0.018 0.088 - 0.15 90 80 47 - 85 Ethernet
2040 300-5000 Hz 0.017 - 0.049 0.19 - 0.34 180 210 96 - 194 Ethernet
2050 300-5000 Hz 0.025 - 0.092 0.30 - 0.60 300 400 158 - 365 Ethernet
2070 300-5000 Hz 0.07 - 0.023 0.55 - 1.1 400 500 308 - 687 Ethernet
2080 300-5000 Hz 0.094 - 0.55 0.75 - 2.2 350 800 390 - 1260 Ethernet

* Dependent on window size
** See diagram below showing sensor scan zone

3D camera technical diagram
Model
Scan rate/speed
Resolution (Z) mm
Resolution (X) mm
Clearance distance (mm)
Measurement distance (mm)
Field of view (mm)
Interface
Gocator 2300 series: Megapixel 3D laser profiler sensors        
2320 Approx. 170Hz to 5000 Hz 0.0018 - 0.0030 0.014 - 0.02 40 25 18-26 Gigabit Ethernet
2330 Approx. 170Hz to 5000 Hz 0.006 - 0.014 0.044 - 0.075 90 80 47 - 85 Gigabit Ethernet
2340 Approx. 170Hz to 5000 Hz 0.013 - 0.037 0.095 - 0.170 190 210 96 - 194 Gigabit Ethernet
2350 Approx. 170Hz to 5000 Hz 0.019 - 0.060 0.150 - 0.300 300 400 158 - 365 Gigabit Ethernet
2370 Approx. 170Hz to 5000 Hz 0.053 - 0.173 0.275 - 0.550 400 500 308 - 687 Gigabit Ethernet
2380 Approx. 170Hz to 5000 Hz 0.071- 0.413 0.375 - 1.100 350 800 390 - 1260 Gigabit Ethernet

Model
Scan rate/speed
Resolution (X) mm
Resolution (Z) mm
Clearance distance (mm)
Measurement distance (mm)
Field of view (mm)
Interface
Gocator 2880 : 3D megapixel smart sensors with dual cameras        
2880 380-920 Hz 0.375 mm - 1.100 0.092 mm - 0.488 350 800 390 - 1260 Gigabit Ethernet

Model
Scan rate/speed
Resolution (Z)
Resolution (XY)
Clearance distance
Measurement distance
Field of view (mm)
Interface
Gocator 3100 series: 3D Projector Stereo Snapshot sensors        
3110 Up to 5 Hz 0.035 - 0.108 mm 0.090 x 0.100 - 0.150 x 0.160 mm 150 mm 100 mm 60 x 105 - 90 x 160 Gigabit Ethernet
3109 Up to 5 Hz 0.023 - 0.044 (mm) 0.065 x 0.071 - 0.091 x 0.092 (mm) 157 mm 70 mm 67 x 86 - 93 x 88 Gigabit Ethernet


Vision Components - Smart, laser profile, 3D cameras
Model Scan Rate Working Distance Horizontal measure range Vertical measure range Resolution lateral Laser
VC nano 3D xr830 up to 400 Hz 150 mm 60 - 120 mm ± 55 mm 100 - 200 µm Class 1
VC nano 3D xr845 up to 400 Hz 80 mm 50 - 70 mm ± 25 mm 80 - 100 µm Class 1
VC nano 3D xr1245 up to 400 Hz 80 mm 35 - 45 mm ± 20mm 30 - 40 µm Class 1


iDS Imaging - Stereo cameras with new "projected Texture stereo vision"
Model Sensor Resolution Frame rate Working distance Z-resolution Output
Ensenso N10 2 x CMOS 752 x 480 pixel (WVGA) 30 fps 280 - 1400 mm 0,1 bis 1,2 mm USB 2.0
Model Resolution Sensor Type Imager Size Working distance Output
Ensenso N20 series 1280 x 1024 2 x CMOS 1/1.8" up to 3000 mm GigE Vision
Ensenso N35 series with FlexView 1280 x 1024 2 x CMOS 1/1.8" up to 3000 mm GigE Vision

Adept Turnkey can support the 3D-measurement requirements of your projects and will be pleased to consult with you and discuss which 3D camera best suits your application.
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