3D sensor from Automation Technology to debut at VISION 2016

Oct. 10, 2016
3D sensor from Automation Technology uses laser triangulation method and reaches speeds of 200 kHz. 

New from AT – Automation Technology is the C5-1280-GigE 3D sensor, which will be on display at the company’s booth at VISION 2016 in Stuttgart. The C5-1280-GigE features a 1280 x 1024 CMOS image sensor with a 6.6 µm pixel size, as well as a dynamic range of 90 dB. The 3D laser triangulation sensor also features a number of 3D camera algorithms built in, including Threshold-Selection Method, Maximum Method, COG Method, and FIR-PEAK Method. Additionally, the C5-1280-GigE reaches speeds of up to 200 kHz and supports 3D scan functions such as automation AOI tracking, AOI search, and auto-start.

VISION 2016 booth number: Hall 1, Stand F54

To Learn More:

Contact: AT – Automation Technology
Headquarters: Bad Oldesloe, Germany
C5-1280-GigE 3D sensor
Key Features:
Laser triangulation 3D sensor, 1280 x 1024 CMOS image sensor with a 6.6 µm pixel size, dynamic range of 90 dB, speeds of up to 200 kHz, GigE interface.

What Automation Technology says:
View more information on the C5-1280-GigE.

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