The Chromasens 3DPIXA compact 15µm camera simultaneously acquires both 2D color images and a 3D point clouds or depth maps. The camera can also detect overlapped chipsets or ones that are out of alignment, as it will show different colors on the depth map based on the height differences at line scan speeds of up to 310mm/s. The camera is equipped with a Tri-linear CCD Sensor (RGB) and provides optical resolution accuracy of 15 µm/pixel over a large field of view (40 mm). This allows users to check for micron-sized defects, such as scratches or dents, or to conduct further OCR (Optical Character Recognition) on the chipsets. The camera comes with the Chromasens 3D-API for software integration, and supports libraries from HALCOM, MIL, LabVIEW and Coake.
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Product: 3DPIXA Compact 15µm Camera
Key Features: Simultaneously acquires both 2D color images and a 3D point clouds or depth maps; Tri-linear CCD Sensor (RGB); optical resolution accuracy of 15 µm/pixel.
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