|Cable GigE M12, M, 8P/RJ45, 10 m|
|Accessory Type||Data Cables|
|Cable Length||10.0 m|
|Connector Camera Side||M12 8-pin|
|Connector Host Side||RJ-45, click-lock|
The Basler blaze industrial 3D camera operates on the pulsed Time-of-Flight principle. Its laser diodes (VCSEL) work in the NIR range (940 nm), generating 2D and 3D data in one shot with a multipart image, incorporating range, intensity and confidence maps.
The Basler blaze offers high resolution (VGA), precision via Sony’s innovative DepthSense™ sensor technology, plus powerful features at an attractive price, making the Basler blaze unique in the market.
|Camera model||Resolution (HxV)||Resolution||Frame Rate||Mono/Color||Interface||Working Range||Availability i|
|blaze-101||640 px x 480 px||VGA||30 fps||Mono||GigE||0 m - 10 m||
Design-In Sample: now
Series Production: 03/2020
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We offer a broad portfolio of data cables and Power I/O cables for the Basler blaze camera series. The Power I/O cables are part of the Basler Original Equipment family and have been designed for perfect harmonization with Basler cameras. All data cables have also been tested extensively for compatibility with the Basler ToF cameras. We carefully preselect and review our suppliers to ensure long-term availability of these high-quality cables.
You will find additional accessories for your blaze camera here: Among the products we offer are peripheral devices such as pre-tested interface or host-adapter cards, power supplies, hubs and switches, whole starter kits or lens accessories. The products you find in here are optimally matched with the ToF camera series. The selection shown depends on the preselected camera model or camera family, respectively, and their corresponding technologies and interfaces.
Basler White Papers provide a comprehensive overview of the fundamental theory of industrial image processing. The authors are all experts in their respective fields and go into detail on relevant thematic points of interest to novices and experienced users alike.All White Papers - Basler blaze
Basler Success Stories describe a broad diversity of applications and potential uses for Basler camera models on a variety of markets. They explain the requirements Basler’s customers had to face while designing their image processing system and how Basler cameras successfully contributed to resolving the problem.All Customer Stories - Basler blaze
Application Notes provide information beyond the scope of the user’s manuals related to working with Basler cameras, components and software. They typically contain detailed instructions on optimizing your camera or configuring the software.All Application Notes - Basler blaze
CAD (Computer-Aided Design) drawings for the Basler Time-of-Flight contain technical drawing of the camera in 2D and a volume model in 3D.All CAD / Technical Drawings - Basler blaze
Basler product brochures provide an overview of the many benefits offered by Basler ToF cameras. They describe technical characteristics and camera features and offer detailed information about the technical specifications.All Brochures - Basler blaze
Certificates such as the Declaration of EC Conformity, the ISO 9001 Certificate and the KCC Certificate document that Basler products conform to the respective standards and guidelines.All Certificates - Basler blaze
Planning and optimizing space and costs in a warehouse or transport vehicle, requires knowing both the weight and size of the pallets and packages.
Next day delivery and mixed pallets require fast and intelligent palletizing robots to pack objects closely on one pallet. Machine vision guides these robots.
Navigation, obstacle detection and fine positioning during docking and recording require a complete view of the surroundings in high resolution.
Counting objects in a package and checking for completeness ensures that customers receive exactly the quantity of goods they expect.
The exact position of a patient during x-raying does not only influence the quality of the images. It also helps to minimize the necessary radiation dose.