LUCID Vision Labs Launches New Time-of-Flight 3D Camera

Jan. 22, 2024
Camera designed for machine vision applications in outdoor lighting conditions.

LUCID Vision Labs has launched the Helios2 Ray, a new Time-of-Flight (ToF) 3D camera specifically designed for various machine vision applications in challenging outdoor lighting conditions. 

The camera, which features a Sony DepthSense IMX556PLR ToF CMOS sensor and global shutter, has .3 MPixel 640 x 480 resolution at distances of up to 8.3 m, 10.0 µm x 10.0 µm pixel size, and 30 fps frame rate. It has a 69° x 51° FOV. It has an integrated, on-board ambient light filter and also features four VCSEL 940 nm laser diodes, which allow the camera to generate real-time 3D point clouds, even in full sunlight. 

The camera is 60 x 60 x 77.5 mm, weighs 398 g, has an operating temperature range of -20°C - 50°C, and is rated IP67. It is GigE Vision 2.0 and GenICam3 compliant. The related Arena SDK is compatible with Windows, Linux 64-bit, and Linux ARM operating systems and supports C++, C, C#, and Python programming languages. It has five communication channels, allowing users to operate up to five Helios2 cameras without interference between the cameras.

To Learn More:

Contact: LUCID Vision Labs

Headquarters: Richmond, BC, Canada

Product: Helios2 Ray Outdoor ToF camera

Key Features: Sony CMOS sensor, 640 x 480 resolution, IP67

What LUCID Vision Labs says: View more information on Helios2 Ray Outdoor ToF camera.

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