LUCID Vision Labs has launched the new Helios 2 Ray Time of Flight 3D camera. The camera is equipped with the Sony DepthSense IMX556 CMOS sensor and a global shutter, has 640 x 480-pixel resolution, 10.0 µm pixel size, and a frame rate of 30 fps. It comes with an ambient light filter integrated on-camera and has a 69° x 51° FOV. The camera can support Windows and Linux. Designed for use in indoor and outdoor lighting environments, it utilizes four class 1, 940 nm VCSEL laser diodes for illumination, which make the camera capable of producing real-time 3D point clouds that are unaffected by daytime sunlight. The camera is built to GigE Vision v2.0 and GenICam 3D standards. With an IP67 rating, the camera has an operating temperature range of -20°C - 50°C and has been tested and certified at DIN EN 6100-6-2 standard for industrial electromagnetic compatibility immunity and DIN EN 60068-2-27 and DIN EN 6008-2-64 standards for shock and vibration. The camera is especially designed for a variety of outdoor machine vision applications, including container loading and unloading, agriculture, environmental monitoring, and infrastructure inspection.
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Contact: LUCID Vision Labs
Headquarters: Richmond, BC, Canada
Product: Helios 2 Ray Time of Flight 3D camera
Key Features: Sony CMOS sensor, 640 x 480 resolution, IP67
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