3D vision sensors from SICK to be showcased at The Vision Show 2018

At The Vision Show 2018, SICK will showcase its TriSpector1000 3D vision sensors, which combine 3D, line scan, and image analysis technologies to enable 3D inspection applications.

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At The Vision Show 2018, SICK will showcase its TriSpector1000 3D vision sensors, which combine 3D, line scan, and image analysis technologies to enable 3D inspectionapplications. The IP67 protection class vision sensors use laser (red light, 660 nm) triangulation on objects to produce 3D images at speeds of up to 2,000 3D profiles/s. The sensors acquire multiple height profiles to build a 3D image of an object. Embedded 3D image analysis tools are applied to the 3D images and results are sent to a control system via external interfaces (GigE). TriSpector 1000 3D vision sensors feature a "small photoelectric proximity sensor for object detection and triggering 3D image acquisition," according to the company.

The Vision Show 2018 booth number: 622

To Learn More:

Contact: SICK Inc.
Headquarters: Minneapolis, MN, USA
Product
: TriSpector 1000 3D vision sensors
Key Features:3D and line scan technology, 3D image analysis tools,laser (red light, 660 nm) triangulation, speeds of up to 2,000 3D profiles/s, GigE interface, photoelectric sensor.

What SICK says:
View more information on the TriSpector 1000 3D vision sensors.

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