The LumiBlazR™ is a high-power LED fixed pattern projector for structured lighting and stereo vision in 3D machine vision with various reticle and working distance options. The no-reticle flood illuminator, LumiBlaze™, is uniquely designed for applications that require a highly uniform field of high brightness.
The pattern projectors can be used for object identifications and pick & place operations in vision guided robotics applications, as well as, in 3D metrology for precision shape, volume and depth measurement. Further industrial use-cases are inspections and surface defect detection, biometrics, gesture recognition and flood source illumination incl. night guidance.
Offering extremely intense patterns and uniform fields at long working distances, LumiBlaze(R)™ enables the use of 3d imaging and illumination in vast, well-lit areas including outdoor locations.
The LumiBlazeR™ project patterns with an intensity that is at least 5x to 10x greater than other ‘high-power’ LED pattern projectors for similar pattern site, working distance, and wavelength.
Available are precision reticles patterned by photolithography for thinner lines, sharper edges, and a more homogeneous illumination. With seven standard optical patterns available in interchangeable mounting frames, the LumiBlazR™ offers highest flexibility for your application. The patterns are sized to fill the field of 1″ format C-mounted camera lenses with a line width of 70 µm.
All reticles are sold separately and custom patterns can be fabricated upon request.
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1FOV is based on the 11.3 mm width and length of the pattern reticle.
The LumiBlazR™ field of view is designed for 1″ format C-mount lenses. Small field of view lenses can be used but will suffer from a higher drop in the intensity with field angle.
High speed (low F/#/ high NA) lenses produce the brighter pattern images. Special high uniformity lenses are available for LumiBlaze™.
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2Peak wavelength and CCT vary with drive current