Industrial 3D Depth Camera
D400e Series

Ruggedized, IP66 rated 3D camera for industrial environments

State of the art
stereo depth sensing camera.

The D400e 3d depth cameras from FRAMOS are designed specifically for industrial environments and utilize advanced Intel® RealSense™ stereo depth sensing technology to perform exceptionally well in any lighting condition. They can be deployed in even the most demanding environments thanks to their long cable lengths and robust M12 connectors.

3d industrial camera D400e

We prioritize customer input and assistance to ensure the cameras’ continued success in ever-changing industrial settings.

Full bodied IP66 rated cameras

The series offers full bodied IP66 rated cameras, and board level modules for easy and flexible integration into your design.

100m GigE connection

The series supports cable lengths up to 100m with Gigabit Ethernet and are equipped with dust-and-water resistant housings.

M12 and M8 connectors

Robust M12 and M8 connectors allowing for deployment into the most harsh and demanding environments.

Multi-camera setup

Use proven network topology to enable setup of multiple cameras for better depth reconstruction.

Stable data transmition

Stable and latency-free data transmission over longer distances is as important as uncomplicated integration.

Intel®’s RealSenseTM SDK2.0

Leverage your existing code base when coming from the USB cameras in an almost plug-and-play manner.
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High resolution active 3D depth camera

D400e series 3d depth cameras are high resolution active stereo cameras that are suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications in a wide range of lighting conditions.

Customized Solutions
Based on Intel® RealSense™

We can offer customizations around the full D400e series and the Intel® RealSenseTM Vision Processor D4. From connector locations and type, glass protection, filters, housing or processing board layout to designing in the D4 vision processor into your mainboard.

Active stereo depth sensing technology for indoor and outdoor applications

Overcome texture-deficient areas like smooth white backgrounds. Say goodbye to low-confidence gaps in your depth image and enjoy reliable and precise depth information.

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Depth sensing camera tailored for your application

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Robotics Pick & Place

The integration of 3D industrial cameras and depth cameras, along with AI algorithms, has revolutionized industrial robotics, enabling them to function as independent working companions that can perceive and react to their surroundings with exceptional accuracy. By using real-time 3D sensing, these cameras can quickly detect and classify objects, allowing for rapid responses and precise movements. As a result, quality assurance has improved significantly, and the cooperation between humans and machines is now safer and more efficient.
camera for Robotics Pick & Place
Logistic-Automation Freight industrial camera

Logistics and
Freight Management

3D industrial and depth cameras have enabled driverless vehicles, mobile robots, and AGVs to automate logistics with precise object recognition and efficient navigation, resulting in increased efficiency and support for processes and workers.

3D Skeleton
Tracking

By utilizing 3D industrial cameras and depth cameras, it is possible to detect and fit human shapes into a skeletal model, reporting joint positions accurately in 3D. Additionally, the system can highlight the discovered skeletal geometries and work with multiple skeletons simultaneously within the camera’s field of view.

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Depth Maps Conventional

CONVENTIONAL

NEW

3D sensing opens up the possibility of discerning things that are difficult with conventional 2D images, as in inspection based on volume or shape, or discerning overlapped objects.
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D415e Industrial Camera

High accuracy, low dynamics

Rolling shutter

Key Features
FRAMOS D415e
Intel® RealSenseTM Depth Module* D410
Depth Technology Active IR Stereo
Dimensions (LxHxW)***
100 x 47 x 38 mm
Baseline (depth)** 55 mm
Max. resolution depth** 1280 x 720 px | rolling shutter
Max. resolution RGB** 1920 x 1080 px | rolling shutter
FOV depth (HxV)** 65° x 40°
FOV RGB (HxV)** 69° x 42°
Projector** Infrared (IR) laser projector system (Class 1 compliant)
Unstructured light in IR spectrum to enhance depth quality
Min. Depth Distance (Min-Z) at max. resolution** 0.45 m
Optimal Operating Range** 0.5 to 3m
Depth Accuracy**/**** <2% at 2m
Streaming Speed 30 fps simultaneous depth and RGB stream at 1280 x 720 px
other combinations of fps and streams with total bandwidth below 1Gbps

3D depth sensing camera for various applications

Starting with Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), Gesture recognition and hand tracking, Robotics and automation, Biometrics and facial recognition, Retail and advertising, Industrial automation – the applications of 3D depth cameras continue to expand as the technology evolves and new use cases emerge.
3d depth camera custom applications D400e

Industrial camera with dust and water resistant housings

Industrial cameras with an IP66 rating are designed to withstand harsh environmental conditions, including exposure to dust and water. This rating indicates that the cameras are dust-tight and can resist powerful jets of water from any direction. Overall, the IP66 rating is a crucial feature for industrial cameras to ensure protection against dust and water, making them a reliable choice for challenging industrial environments.
IP66 water proof industrial depth camera

D415e

High accuracy,
low dynamics

D435e

Close proximity,
fast-moving objects

D455e

Highest accuracy,
fast-moving objects

Improved industrial camera system with IR pass filter

Active stereo depth sensing technology allows the D400e products to excel in both indoor and outdoor applications, independent of ambient lighting conditions.
Industrial Camera Repetitive vertical patterns

Repetitive vertical patterns

3d industrial camera visible reflections

Visible reflections

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No or little natural texture

Depth Maps Conventional

CONVENTIONAL

NEW

3D sensing opens up the possibility of discerning things that are difficult with conventional 2D images, as in inspection based on volume or shape, or discerning overlapped objects.

Technical Data

D400e Series

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What is Industrial Depth Camera?

An industrial 3D camera is a cutting-edge imaging device designed to capture three-dimensional data with exceptional accuracy and precision. This technology has revolutionized multiple industries, enabling them to visualize objects, spaces, and environments in unprecedented detail. In this article, we will delve into the inner workings of industrial 3D cameras, explore their applications across various sectors, and highlight the significant impact they have made on modern-day imaging and measurement techniques.

The applications of industrial 3D cameras span across a wide range of industries, each benefiting from the technology in unique ways. In manufacturing, these cameras play a pivotal role in quality control, ensuring accurate measurements, and facilitating automated inspection processes. They are also widely used in robotics and automation, enabling machines to perceive their environment and make informed decisions based on real-time 3D data.

In the healthcare field, industrial 3D cameras find applications in surgical planning, orthotics, and prosthetics development, as well as facial reconstruction and analysis. Their ability to capture detailed anatomical structures and provide precise measurements contributes to improved patient outcomes and personalized medical solutions.

Other industries, including architecture, entertainment, and virtual reality, utilize industrial 3D cameras for 3D modeling, scanning historical artifacts, creating immersive experiences, and much more. Their versatility and accuracy make them indispensable tools in many professional fields.

Not all industrial cameras are designed to withstand harsh environments, extreme temperatures, humidity, dust, and vibration. These cameras should be robust and built from durable materials to ensure reliable performance in challenging conditions.

One notable example of an industrial 3D camera that can withstand harsh environments is the FRAMOS D400e series. The FRAMOS D400e 3D camera series is specifically engineered to operate in demanding settings and is IP66 rated. The IP66 rating indicates that the camera is dust-tight and protected against splash of water, making it suitable for use in outdoor or industrial environments where exposure to dust, moisture, and water is common.

By having an IP66 rating, the FRAMOS D400e 3D camera series demonstrates its ability to withstand harsh conditions without compromising its functionality or image quality. This makes it an ideal choice for applications such as outdoor robotics, industrial automation, and other scenarios where reliable and accurate 3D imaging is required in challenging environments.

Overall, the FRAMOS D400e 3D camera series, with its IP66 rating, exemplifies the durability and resilience of industrial cameras in harsh environments.

A depth camera, also referred to as a 3D depth sensor, is an advanced imaging device designed to capture both color and depth information simultaneously. It revolutionizes the way we perceive and interact with the digital world by enabling precise 3D sensing and spatial mapping. Unlike traditional cameras that capture only color information, depth cameras utilize cutting-edge technology to measure the distance between the camera and the objects in the scene, creating a depth map that represents the spatial dimensions of the environment.

The functionality of a depth camera is achieved through various depth-sensing mechanisms, such as structured light, time-of-flight, or stereo vision. These technologies allow the camera to emit infrared light or project patterns onto the scene and then measure the time it takes for the light to bounce back or analyze the displacement of pattern features. By combining this depth information with color data, depth cameras can generate highly accurate 3D representations of objects, spaces, and people.

Depth cameras and LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) are both cutting-edge sensing technologies used for capturing spatial information, but they differ in their underlying principles and applications. A depth camera utilizes various depth-sensing mechanisms, such as structured light, time-of-flight, or stereo vision, to capture color and depth data simultaneously. On the other hand, LiDAR operates by emitting laser pulses and measuring the time it takes for the pulses to bounce back from objects, enabling highly accurate distance measurements. In this article, we will delve into the key differences between depth cameras and LiDAR, highlighting their unique features, technologies, and applications.

The price of a 3D camera can vary significantly depending on various factors such as the brand, model, features, resolution, and intended use.

At the lower end of the price spectrum, you can find consumer-grade 3D cameras designed for personal use or hobbyist applications. These cameras typically have limited depth sensing capabilities and may be available for a few hundred dollars.

For more advanced and professional-grade 3D cameras with higher accuracy and precision, the cost can be higher. These cameras are often used in industries such as manufacturing, robotics, healthcare, and virtual reality, where precise 3D imaging is required.

To get an accurate and up-to-date price for FRAMOS 3D industrial camera, request a quote for a specific depth-sensing camera.