With 12-megapixel resolution and a frame rate of up to nine images per second, the new 3D stereo camera from Balluff enables highly accurate 3D image processing, even with moving objects.
The new BVS 3D_RV1 3D provides the high level of detection accuracy required for demanding industrial automation and logistics applications with working distances up to 4 M. It was specifically developed for detecting and handling small and complex parts, even in large detection areas, such as demanding bin picking and machine tending applications. Adjustable lenses and a built-in projector provide optimal image results for most workspaces.
The camera operates according to the GigE Vision standard and uses a GenICAM-compatible software interface. This provides a high level of flexibility for users to create their own applications with the supplied SGM producer library or with compatible third-party software, such as Halcom or OpenCV.
The software package is available as a free download. It contains GUI tools — 3D viewer, calibration tool and status tool — as well as important libraries that are needed for 3D processing on an external graphics card. All Nvidia GPUs are supported.
A robust housing with an IP54 protection rating makes the camera suitable for harsh industrial environments such as metalworking, machine assembly and intralogistics.
- GigE Vision interface for high flexibility
- IP54 rating for use in harsh environments
- 12 MP resolution
- Adjustable lenses on the camera and projector
Matrix Vision is a brand of Balluff.
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