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New performance of the O3D (camera, sensor)

General features

  • Changing the following image parameters during runtime:
    • Exposure time
    • Exposure time ratio
    • Frequency channel
  • Detailed timestamp of the image files
    Image header contains a extended timestamp in seconds and nanoseconds (increased amount of data) generated by NTP (Network Time Protocol).
  • Update "Out of Bounds"
    If the value of a parameter is outside the defined range, so far "Out of Bounds" has been displayed. In future the min. / max. value will be set automatically.
  • Higher framerate at 1000 us exposure time
  • Single frequency and single exposure in 25 fps
  • Setting of the maximum exposure time of auto-exposure
  • Auto-exposure is based on user-defined ROI (Shape, Position…).
  • Default setup monitors the complete field of view.

Interface features ifm3dlib

  • All features of libO3D3xx are ported to ifm_3dlib.
  • Library runs under Windows and Linux operating systems

Interface features libO3D3xx (Linux)

  • Access to asynchronous messages
  • General class (process interface commands)
  • Access to digital IOs
  • Access to system temperature
  • Access to current integration times (exposure time)
  • Supports new features:
    • Setting imager parameters on the fly
    • Detailed timestamp of the image files
  • On board programming
    • Access to image data via own library -> performance improvement in framerate
    • Customer images are secured by signature (.jpg, timestamp)
    • Access to Ethernet status
    • Root access - access to directories and operating system commands similar to administrator rights under Windows.

Interface features PMDSDK (Windows)

  • Network settings can be changed
  • Timeout function (error message if feedback is missing after time x)
  • Temporary setting of image parameters during runtime
  • (requires min. FW version
  • Set/receive extrinsic calibration (x, y, z,..)
  • Access to current integration times (exposure time) (requires min. FW version
  • Access to asynchronous messages
  • Retrieve application list and active application
  • Delete applications
  • The command "pmdOpen" can also be executed if all application slots are occupied (> 32). The application active last is opened but cannot be edited.