3D Cameras Are IP65/67 Tough Guys

Designed for use under harsh ambient conditions, the X30 FA and X36 FA 3D industrial cameras meet the requirements of IP65/67 protection classes. They combine a projection module with a Gigabit Ethernet switch and two GigE uEye FA cameras with a 1.3-Megapixel CMOS sensor that can be mounted at different distances. In addition to the baseline, the vergence angle and focal distance can also be freely selected, thus allowing the unit to be individually tailored to any 3D-vision requirement.

 

The Ensenso X series enables 3D capturing of objects with a volume up to several cubic meters, such as heavily laden pallets. With working distances of 0.5m to 5m, the range of applications includes anything from bin picking to warehouse and logistics automation.

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The system comprises a 100W projector unit on which two GigE cameras can be mounted at different distances. Camera mounting brackets are available in various widths to allow different baseline lengths to be implemented. Also, the angle of view of both cameras can be configured, and different C-mount lenses can be selected for the camera and projector. Curiosity piqued? More info and specs are available.

 

IDS Imaging Development Systems

Woburn, MA

781-787-0048

https://en.ids-imaging.com

http://www.ids-imaging.com

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