SmartRay ECCO

SmartRay sensors combine laser triangulation with innovative image formation technology to create detailed 3D images that can be processed by any 3rd party vision software.

  • FOV up to 190mm
  • Measurement range up to 250mm

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Cutting-edge 3D sensors for Inspection, Guidance and Measurement

SmartRay sensors combine laser triangulation with innovative image formation technology to create detailed 3D images that can be processed by any 3rd party vision software. The latest ECCO family brings a new design philosophy to the 3D sensor market that delivers high performance, small size and lightweight construction.

The ECCO 65  Series is the best price-performance 3D sensor. (Replacing SmartRay’s original ECCO 35 and ECCO 55 sensor series). It is ideal for many applications in the food industry, pharmaceutics, and for automotive inspection where speed is important.

The ECCO 75 Series have pushed the limits of 3D Sensor technology in so many areas. They can identify smaller defects, make more precise measurements, scan bigger objects and inspect shiny parts on any high speed production line.

The ECCO 95 Series these sensors are the new “3D measurement of things” with the combination of resolution and measurement speed. This is made possible by the new sensor platform with innovative electronic design along with blue laser technology and a tailor-made optics.

The ECCO 95+ Series is an economic and compact 3D sensor for high speed 3D scanning and ultra high resolution. The ECCO 95+ key features superior 3D image quality and reduced power consumption in an industrial compact housing.

Why use a 3D camera?

In virtually every industry, 3D Sensors are being used to optimise production processes, improve quality control and reduce manufacturing costs.

In many cases 3D Sensors are now being used in place of traditional vision systems, which are limited to 2 dimensional measurement, require lighting and optics to be selected, purchased and tested for each applications and often need time consuming calibration.

How does a 3D SmartRay camera work?

SmartRay 3D Sensors use laser triangulation. A laser line is projected onto the object, which is reflected back onto an image sensor. Due to the angle between the laser line and the image sensor, the reflected laser line appears at different positions in the image depending on the height of the object at each point. The 3D Sensor measures the profile of the object. Relative movement between the object and the 3D Sensor creates a full 3D model of the object.

Why buy a 3D SmartRay Camera?

SmartRay is specialise in 3D-sensors for measurements, quality controls and robot control. They ensure high-tech products “Made in Germany”. With the help of this technology, manufacturers can improve the quality of their products, optimise automation processes and lower production costs. SmartRay focus 100% on 3D and develop a comprehensive product portfolio giving solutions to a wide range of 3D-applications.

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How to Filter Light from Reflective Surfaces when using 3D Inspection

Light reflection can pose significant challenges for 3D materials inspection, especially when the materials require fast, highly accurate checking with very short cycle times. Shiny or reflective surfaces can create significant inconsistencies in the data, corrupting the integrity of the result. Consequently, it is critical that the many different and complicated adverse effects of reflections... Read more »

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SmartRay Launch ECCO 95.200 3D Sensor For Large Field-of-View Applications

SmartRay, the innovative manufacturer of 3D sensors for quality inspection and measuring technology, has launched the latest addition to its industry-leading ECCO 95 sensor series, suitable for large field-of-view measurements in a range of industries. The ECCO 95.200 delivers high-speed 3D scanning up to 10 kHz in an economical and compact design. The sensor has... Read more »

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  • MultiPix Imaging Components Ltd
  • Co No. 8252151
  • VAT No. GB154141636