3D camera with ‘projected texture stereo vision’
The Ensenso stereo 3D cameras work according to the “projected texture stereo vision” principle. Each model has two integrated CMOS sensors and a projector that casts a random point pattern onto the object to be captured. The key advantage of the pattern is that it also works in multi-camera mode and can capture images of surfaces that have virtually no texture at all. The compact and robust aluminium housing of the cameras with lockable GPIO connector for trigger and flash underline the suitability of the cameras for industrial use.
Ensenso N20 best features:
The N20 also features a new image comparison algorithm this procedure allows to capture almost all surfaces within the image field.
- Choice of focal lengths to suit the application; 6 , 8 , 12 and 16mm
- GigE interface – versatile and flexible
- Compact, robust aluminium housing
- Integrated global shutter CMOS sensors and pattern projector
- Up to 30 frames per second at full resolution and 64 disparity levels
- Designed for working distances of up to 3,000 mm
- Output of a single 3D point cloud with data from all cameras used in multi-camera mode
- Live composition of the 3D point clouds from multiple viewing directions
- “Projected texture stereo vision” process for capturing untextured surfaces
- Capture of both stationary and moving objects
- HALCON, C, C++ and C# sample programs with source code
- Pre-calibrated and therefore easy to set up
- Integrated function for robot hand-eye calibration with calibration plate
- Integration of industrial cameras on the software side, for example, to capture additional colour information or barcodes
- Compact size – 175x50x50mm
Have an application in a rough environment? The Ensenso N30 model has been created with IP65 and IP67 rated camera housing thus making this model ideal for wet or dusty environments.