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Stemmer Imaging is offering the C4 series of GigE 3D high-speed cameras from Automation Technology (AT).

The AT C4 series features what Stemmer claims is the fastest high-resolution 3D sensor in the world.

It has a resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels and delivers more than 104 million 3D points per second – twice that of previous models.

The C4-1280-GigE features a smart camera architecture, which offers an image-memory capacity of up to 1Gb.

The C4-1280-GigE features a profile frequency of up to 73kHz.

The integrated C4 processor determines the height profile of any measured surface with a sub-pixel accuracy of up to 1/64 pixel, with no loss of speed.

Data is exchanged via a Gbit Ethernet interface that complies with the GigE Vision standard, simplifying integration.

With the plug and play GenCam protocol, configuration is quick and simple.

This GigE variant of the new AT camera is fully optimised for use with the Common Vision Blox GenCam drivers, allowing the sensor to be controlled from any CVB-based application.

It achieves this without the use of camera-specific libraries that would compromise its hardware independence.

Each AT C4 camera includes a free CVB Camerasuite licence.

Common Vision Blox also includes the Aqsense Shape Processor software, which features algorithms for capturing and comparing 3D objects and their surfaces.

The Aqsense Shape Processor software allows the alignment and comparison of dense 3D clouds of points with their respective models.

The Aqsense alignment procedure, which is based on the best-fit approach, relies on fast and accurate technology, which, combined with an optimised comparison engine, operates on huge clouds of points in a fraction of a second.

In practical terms, it compares the 3D-image data of a good part – the ’golden template’ – with the upcoming test parts.

The accuracy and processing speed of the algorithms mean that the tool can be used for real in-line production processes.

C4 3D-camera provides 104 million points/second

Stemmer Imaging is offering the C4 series of GigE 3D high-speed cameras from Automation Technology (AT).

The AT C4 series features what Stemmer claims is the fastest high-resolution 3D sensor in the world.

It has a resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels and delivers more than 104 million 3D points per second – twice that of previous models.

The C4-1280-GigE features a smart camera architecture, which offers an image-memory capacity of up to 1Gb.

The C4-1280-GigE features a profile frequency of up to 73kHz.

The integrated C4 processor determines the height profile of any measured surface with a sub-pixel accuracy of up to 1/64 pixel, with no loss of speed.

Data is exchanged via a Gbit Ethernet interface that complies with the GigE Vision standard, simplifying integration.

With the plug and play GenCam protocol, configuration is quick and simple.

This GigE variant of the new AT camera is fully optimised for use with the Common Vision Blox GenCam drivers, allowing the sensor to be controlled from any CVB-based application.

It achieves this without the use of camera-specific libraries that would compromise its hardware independence.

Each AT C4 camera includes a free CVB Camerasuite licence.

Common Vision Blox also includes the Aqsense Shape Processor software, which features algorithms for capturing and comparing 3D objects and their surfaces.

The Aqsense Shape Processor software allows the alignment and comparison of dense 3D clouds of points with their respective models.

The Aqsense alignment procedure, which is based on the best-fit approach, relies on fast and accurate technology, which, combined with an optimised comparison engine, operates on huge clouds of points in a fraction of a second.

In practical terms, it compares the 3D-image data of a good part – the ’golden template’ – with the upcoming test parts.

The accuracy and processing speed of the algorithms mean that the tool can be used for real in-line production processes.

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