New to the Gocator family of sensors are the Gocator 3210 and 3506 structured light 3Dsnapshot sensors. The Gocator 3210 features a 2 MPixel stereo camera and achieves 3D snapshot scans at 35 μm. It also features a 100 x 154 mm field of view (FOV) for picking multiple features at once and according to LMI, is ideal for inline inspection of large parts such as automotive components and body assemblies. The Gocator 3506 features a 5 MPixel stereo camera and achieves a 12 μm resolution 3D snapshot scan at a 3 Hz acquisition rate. This scanner features a 30 x 45 mm FOV and is designed for small parts inspection, such as step-height, gap, roughness and coplanarity measurements common in electronics enclosure, PCB and battery/IC connector applications.
Both models feature blue LED lighting (465 nm), GigE interface, and a new embedded dual-core controller with onboard hardware acceleration, and a new long-life industrial LED projector offering up to 10 years of continuous operation. Additionally, Gocator Firmware 4.6 is available with the launch of these sensors. New features of the firmware include hardware acceleration with on-board compression and Gocator Accelerator (GoX) to enable the sensors to achieve industry-leading speeds required for 3D inline inspection, as well as expanded multi-sensor support and faster acceleration speeds for laser line profile sensors, as well as new geometric measurement tools.
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Headquarters: Delta, BC, Canada
Products: Gocator 3210 and 3506 structured light 3D snapshot sensors
Key Features: 2 and 5 MPixel stereo cameras, blue LED lighting, GigE interface, new embedded dual-core controller with onboard hardware acceleration, new long-life industrial LED projector.
What LMI Technologies says:
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