The EyeVision 3D software supports the Basler Time-of-Flight sensor.
Therefore volume measurements, work space surveillance, 3D-object detection and other applications can be carried out. An important application is also the automatic loading and unloading of boxes from palettes with a robot.
How does 3D Time-of-Flight (TOF) work?
TOF cameras use a technic simillar to radar and are used in the industrial environment more and more often. The integrated illumination sends infrared impluses and the sensor measures the time, which it takes to reflect back the light.
Technical data of the Basler Time-of-Flight
|Measuring methode||pulsed Time-of-Flight|
|Resolution||640 x 480 / VGA|
|Measuring range||0 m – 13 m|
|Measuring accuracy||+/- 1 cm|
|Frame rate||20 fps|
|Eye security||EN 62471:2008|
|General Purpose I/O||2|
|Power supply||24 V|
|Power output||15 W|
|Dimensions (LxBxH)||141,9 mm x 61,5 mm x 68,4 mm|
|Operating temperature||0 – 50 °C|