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01-Sep-2020

Now in Series Production: Basler blaze 3D Camera

Now in Series Production: Basler blaze 3D Camera

The new Basler blaze with the Sony DepthSense™ IMX556 sensor and state-of-the-art VCSEL laser diodes is a 3D camera based on the time-of-flight principle. It offers almost millimeter-accurate 3D measurements in VGA resolution, is fully daylight-optimized, shock-proof, and water- and dust-proof thanks to IP67 protection. It detects obstacles and determines the position, location and volume of objects within a measuring range of 10 meters. With its integrated lens and invisible infrared illumination, the blaze is a compact and lightweight design that makes it an attractive candidate, also in terms of price, for use in many areas of the smart factory, in automated vehicles and mobile robots, in object recognition, as well as in a wide range of logistics applications. It also provides valuable support for patient positioning during medical examinations.

The camera generates 3D point clouds and 2D gray images at a frame rate of up to 30 fps from multipart images consisting of distance, intensity and confidence map. With its GigE interface and Basler's GenICam-compatible blaze SDK, the camera can be configured quickly and easily. The platform-independent programming interface with sample programs makes it easy to integrate the camera into applications, including multi-camera systems. Pre-installed connections also allow for easy integration of third-party software platforms and libraries.

Would you like to get to know the Basler blaze better? We have compiled comprehensive information about the camera and its applications on our product page .

Webinar "Stronger 3D performance with ToF technology”

Powerful 3D solutions are becoming more and more important for Industry 4.0 and increasing automation. Time-of-Flight is one of the 3D methods that contribute decisively to efficiency in industrial applications with precise measurement in real time. Let our 3D experts explain the ToF method with its functional principle, important influencing factors and the differences to other 3D technologies. With the help of example applications and a live demo, you will learn how ToF can be integrated into your vision system.

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