Digital Network Vision offers Automation Technology 3-D cameras that utilize laser triangulation

Digital Network Vision offers Automation Technology 3-D cameras that utilize laser triangulation

Automation Technology's C2 high-speed 3-D cameras are based on a new slim design that reduces weight, size, and cost. Models C2- 640-GigE and C2-2040-GigE are characterized by a compact housing design (44 × 44 × 47mm) with IP67 protection for harsh industrial environments. The cameras make noncontact 3-D measurements using laser triangulation, with 3-D algorithms including threshold-selection, maximum, and COG methods. All algorithms achieve the maximum profile rate, regardless of the algorithm selected and its parameters. Measurement speed reaches up to 22 kHz. The cameras feature a genuine global snapshot shutter for accurate profiles without movement distortion (blurring).
Digital Network Vision (distrib.)
Meredith, NH, USA


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Digital Network Vision, LLC Announces  New 3D Scanning Cameras

Automation Technology presents a new Series of highspeed 3D cameras at the VISION 2012 in Stuttgart. The launching of the C2 camera family will be a highlight of the Vision 2012. These new high-speed 3D cameras are based on a new slim design, that reduces weight and size, and of course also the price. The new camera series starts with the models C2- 640-GigE and C2-2040-GigE which mainly differ from each other in their resolution and measuring speed. All C2- Sensores are characterized by a compact housing design (44x44x47mm) with protection class IP67 that requires minimal installation effort, even in harsh industrial environments.
- Non-contact 3D measurement in accordance with the laser-sheet of light (triangulation) method
- Measuring speed up to 22 KHz
- Image processing integrated in the camera. Height profile output via GigE Vision
- Configurable camera modes: image mode, profile mode
- Selection of 3D camera algorithms: threshold-selection method, maximum method, COG method
- All algorithms achieve the maximum profile rate, regardless of the algorithm selected and its parameters
- Simple configuration via camera register
- Configurable selection of the data output, e.g. height data or height data + intensity data
- Genuine global snapshot shutter for accurate profiles without movement distortion (blurring) Programmable number of profiles that can be merged to form a height image
- Flexible trigger functions for profile and image triggering

Starting at under $4,000.00

About Digital Network Vision, LLC
Digital Network Vision, LLC distributor of leading edge imaging products for over 7 years:
- USB 2/3 Cameras
- GiGE Cameras
- Intellingent Cameras
- 3D Scanning Cameras
- Software for Image Analysis/Inspection
- Frame Grabbers
 
About Automation Technology
Automation Technology was founded in 1998 as a systems house for industrial image processing. Its technologies mean that AT is a specialist in industrial infrared image processing and high-speed 3D image processing.
Website: http://www.automationtechnology.de/cms/en/3d-imaging/3d-cameras/c2-640-gige.html

Digital Network Vision, LLC
John Morrissey
President
email: johnm@dnvllc.com
phone: 781-577-9585     

SOURCE: Digital Network Vision

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