3D imaging using the triangulation
About the C3-2350-CL camera
Acquiring height profiles and height images by means of laser sheet-of-light
(triangulation) technique, 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 camera's ability to complete the 3D calculations inside the camera
enables it to acquire up to 23 500 profiles per second with more than
58 million 3D points per second. For maximum flexibility, three profile
algorithms are included without the choice of the profile influencing
the profile speed. This results that the profile date are always output
at the same maximum speed.
The C3 sensor is capable of delivering position data as well as additional
features (eg intensity, line width) without sacrificing profile speed.
An additional feature of the camera is that up to eight sensor AOIs can
be designed for dividing the sensor in separate subwindows.
of features of the C3-2350-CL
GB image processing memory
processing integrated in the camera.
transmission via Gigabit Ethernet
of 3D camera algorithms
algorithms achieve the maximum profile rate
global snapshot shutter for accurate profiles
to 4 freely selectable AOIs
integration into machine vision systems
control for external illumination
3D imaging with High Dynamic Range 3D
Inspection of connection rods
||C3-2350-CL - for 3D shape measurement
||2352 x 1728 pixels
||7µm x 7µm
|Max. Frame Rate
||20 fps with 40 Mhz CL - clock (2 tap mode);
30 fps with 60 Mhz CL - clock (2 tap mode)
||0 °C ... +50 °C (non-condensing)
| Power Requirements
||7 - 24V; power consumption ; 3.5W
||72 mm x 72mm x 57.4 mm (C-mount); x86.4mm (F-mount)
||300g (C-mount) 400g (F-mount)
Automation Technologies C3-2350-CL Camera Datasheet