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Chromasens, producer of image capturing and processing systems, has extended its 3DPIXA family of high-performance 3D line scan cameras with a new model that provides a wider field-of-view for complete scans of large, complex and irregularly-shaped objects or textures.
Chromasens' newest camera, the 3DPIXA dual 200 µm HR, is designed for high-speed 3D inspection tasks requiring a maximum field-of-view of 1400mm (55 inches). This factory-calibrated stereo camera enables the acquisition of 2D color images along with either a height map or 3D point cloud, allowing for the accurate identification of defects in natural objects such as wood or ceramic tiles. This product is especially effective in the inspection of food products. The 3DPIXA dual 200µm HR significantly reduces operational costs by improving efficiencies in product validation.
Chromasens cameras have been used successfully in the analysis of nut and grain characteristics and in the evaluation of foods such as cookies, meats, pastries and pizza. Chromasens is helping the food industry to reduce scrap and the cost of manual inspection leading to a fast return on investment.
Because of its Tri-linear CCD line-sensor and its flexible CameraLink interface, the 3DPIXA dual 200µm HR camera opens up a new range of 3D measurement applications. Adding to its ease of use is support for libraries from HALCON (MVTec), MIL (Matrox), LabVIEW (National Instruments), and Coake (SAC), along with Chromasens' own 3D-API, making it possible for programmers to design and perform 3D image processing applications quickly and efficiently.
Built to thrive in tough industrial settings, the camera has a sturdy housing that measures only 220.3 x 463 x 98.5 mm for space-sensitive industrial environments.