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rc_visard accessories: rc_randomdot

The rc_randomdot is a specifically tailored projector that can be used as an enhancement to the rc_visard when the perception of particularly difficult scenes with little or no natural texture is required.

  • Tailored white LED projector projects random dot pattern
  • Enhances depth measurements when scene texture is low
  • Can be mounted over scene or directly on sensor
  • Suitable for use with any rc_visard (monochrome and color)
SKU: hw.pr05 Categories: ,

Description

While the rc_visards are perfectly suitable for reliably detecting and handling a large variety of objects, there are limitations when objects and workspaces have little or no texture. The rc_randomdot increases the scene density. It hence improves the quality of stereo matching when the natural scene texture is low.

This random dot projector can be combined with any rc_visard, monochrome and color. It contains a special driver ensuring compatibility with the sensors. The scope of delivery includes the required c-mount lens and a short cable for its connection, as well as a mounting bracket that can be used to attach the projector directly onto the rc_visard.

The projector is particularly useful for pick applications with difficult objects or workspaces, when coupled with the corresponding IOControl Module (included with the rc_visard) and the optional rc_reason ItemPick Module.


Downloads and Links

rc_visard product documentation: chapter on IO/ Projector control (html)
Quickstart Guide RandomDot Projector

 

Additional information

Illumination mode

Strobe mode

Wavelength

White light, 5500 K

Power supply

24 V, min. 65 W

Connectors

M12, 8 Pin, A-coded

Weight

660 g

Dimensions

70 mm (square) x 152 mm (incl. lens)

Temperature range

0°C – 45°C (passive cooling)

Protection class

IP54

Y-cable (included)

M12 8pin, A-coded, 30 cm shielded sensor-projector cable

Lens (included)

12 mm c-mount lens, f min 1:1.4

Projection angle

62° horizontal, 48° vertical (matching the rc_visard's standard field of view)

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