The Basler "Blaze "3D camera with GigE interface and VGA resolution (Sales Rauscher) is suitable for determining the position, position and volume of objects as well as for detecting obstacles thanks to the Sony Depthsense ToF technology. The 3D industrial camera works on the basis of the time-of-flight principle.
Equipped with the latest laser diode technology (VCSEL), the camera works in the near-infrared spectrum, ie in the wavelength range around 940 nm and is therefore uncompromisingly suitable for use in daylight conditions. With a multipart image consisting of the distance, intensity and confidence maps and a frame rate of 30 fps, it generates 3D point clouds and 2D gray images in real-time within the camera, thereby relieving the load on the host system's processor.
The measuring principle of the ToF camera is based on the time required for the light from the light source to the object and back to the camera. The farther the distance, the longer the time required. The light source and the image capture are synchronized so that the distances can be calculated from the image data.
Clearly more precise scanning of the reflected light
The integrated Sony Depthsense IMX556PLR-C sensor with CAPD (Current Assisted Photonic Demodulator) pixel structure in conjunction with the back-illuminated CMOS sensor architecture enables a much more precise and sensitive scanning of the reflected light. Thus, the Blaze 3D camera allows, regardless of light and contrast and with a resolution of 640 pixels x 480 pixels, approximately millimeter-accurate, optical measurement over a measuring range of up to 10 m, in the z. B. two europallets or a small car fit.
With its integrated lens and invisible infrared illumination, the Basler Blaze is a compact, IP67-protected unit with no moving components. B. suitable for mounting on robot arms. The camera is particularly easy to integrate and can be operated by an intelligent method without mutual interference in multi-camera systems.
Typical applications include industrial automation, robotics, logistics, medical, and many areas of the smart factory, as well as cargo sizing, palletizing, object counting, and autonomous vehicle applications.
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The Basler "Blaze" 3D camera with GigE interface and VGA resolution (sales by Rauscher) is suitable for determining the position, position and volume of objects and for detecting obstacles thanks to Sony Depthsense ToF technology. The industrial 3D camera works on the basis of the time-of-flight principle.
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