Alternatively, develop your own application using one of the available SDKs – Windows and Linux desktop platforms, and also ARM SDKs are available for embedded platforms.
GenICam over a GigE Vision makes interfacing to industry standard machine vision software processing suites quick and simple.
Sensors, optics, illumination, processing and power are contained in a industrial housing.
Infrared filters prevent unwanted light from reaching the sensor whilst the GPIO interface enables external triggering and synchronization of the camera.
Range and active IR image provide freedom to work with the best data for any given application. As the same pixel is used, both range and IR images are fully registered. The IR image also doubles as a confidence map.
Swift-G SDK supports a calibrated 3D point cloud at up to 44 fps, allowing operations with metric 3D data in seconds.
|Frame Rate||up to 44fps|
|Operating Range||0.5 – 6 meters|
|Precision||~ 1 cm (typical, varies with return signal level)|
|Field of View||43°x33° (H x V, measured in center)|
|Illumination||7x LEDs @ 850 nm|
|Output Data||xyz point cloud (via SDK), range, active infrared|
|Interface||GigEVision and GenICam compatible|
|Power||12 VDC / 20W (typical), 60W (peak)|
|Software||StarStream-Swift Demo Software (Windows)|
|SDK||.NET (Windows)/ C++ (documented with examples) W7/W8/W10/Linux (i686, x86_64, armhf, AArch64)|
|From any regions not listed please contact us directly with your enquiry. We are formally appointing our machine vision distribution network in China and South Korea – watch this space for an announcement!|
|In Canada, USA and Mexico, we work closely with Phase 1 Technology to support our machine vision customers.|