IDS is now launching a new stereo camera with active texture projection for 3D vision applications: The Ensenso N20 with a gigabit Ethernet interface. Equipped with two high resolution 1.3 megapixel CMOS sensors, the new 3D camera provides a wider field of view, thus being suitable for capturing larger volumes and for working distances of up to 3 meters.
The new GigE 3D camera also comes equipped with an integrated projector, enhancing structures that are not or only faintly visible. Each individual shot delivers a virtually flawless 3D image. Measuring only 175 x 50 x 50 mm, the stereo camera takes up little space and its robust aluminum housing makes it extremely suitable for industrial use.
The Ensenso N20 comes with an extensive Software Development Kit (SDK), which has been optimized particularly for robot vision applications as well as for multi-camera applications. The software also allows you to easily integrate uEye industrial cameras with USB 2.0, USB 3.0, or GigE connections. Speaking of easy: The Ensenso N20 is pre-calibrated and comes ready for immediate use.
The new 3D camera with GigE connection is available with different focal lengths. A camera selector on the IDS website helps the user choose the right model. IDS also provides comprehensive system consulting on how to use the camera and software.