3D machine vision cameras from Tordivel to be shown at VISION 2018
At VISION 2018 in Stuttgart, Germany, Tordivel will showcase its latest 3D machine vision cameras, including its latest, a 10 MPixel wide area 3D stereo vision camera.
At VISION 2018 in Stuttgart, Germany, Tordivel will showcase its latest 3D machine vision cameras, including its latest, a 10 MPixel wide area 3D stereo vision camera. This camera—the Scorpion 3D box camera— is available in a standard version with optional integrated white or infrared LEDs and in a random pattern projection (RPP) camera version, with red or infrared LEDs up to 250 mW. The camera is available with a GigE or USB3 interface, and—in addition to the 10 MPixel model that features two 5 MPixel CMOS sensors—is offered with a VGA CCD sensor, a 2.3 MPixel CMOS senor, and a 6 MPixel rolling shutter CMOS sensor. The 3D cameras are available in both color or monochrome versions.
Tordivel’s CEO, Thor Vollset, will also participate in Industrial VISION Days on November 8 with his “Real-time 3D Robot Vision using 3D Stereo Vision” presentation.
VISION 2018 booth number: Hall 1, Stand 1C31
To Learn More:
Headquarters: Oslo, Norway
Product: 10 MPixel Scorpion 3D box camera
Key Features: Available in standard version or RPP version, GigE or USB3 interface, two 5 MPixel CMOS image sensors, built-in white LED strobing, monochrome or color.
What Tordivel says:
View a data sheet on the camera.
View a press release on the camera.
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