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Mars01H

Mars01H

Coming with millimeter-level accuracy and a measuring range spanning from 0.2 to 3 meters, the Mars01H is a highly integrated solution with a broad field of view at 120°(H) x 56°(V). This extensive coverage caters to the demands of 3D vision across diverse scenarios, providing an excellent price-performance ratio.

Features

120°x 56° Large angle FOV
850nm high performance VCSEL
Depth map, IR map, point cloud output
Type-C USB 2.0 standard output interface
Parameters
Mars01H
Operating Principle TOF (Time-of-flight) Depth Camera
Chip Platform Sigmastar9211
Laser 850nm VCSEL*2
Working Range 0.05m~2.5m
Ranging accuracy 0.05~0.4m ≤2cm,0.4~2.5m<1%
FOV (H x V) 120° x 56°
Resolution 224 x 109 pixel
Frame Rate 10 fps
Human Eye Safety Class 1
Function HDR Function Supports HDR function
Exposure Time Supports exposure time adjustment
Filter Supports multiple filter settings
Output Data Type Depth map, IR map, point cloud
Power Consumption 1.4W
Network Interface USB 2.0
Power Interface USB 2.0
Physical Dimensions( LxWxH ) 44mm x 25mm x 21.4mm
UVC protocol Support
SDK Windows x86/x64, Linux Ubuntu 14.04/16.04
Usb C 2.0

USB-C Cable

USB Type-C,need to buy separately

LWP D301 test data

Test Conditions

  • Object to be measured: 2m*1.5m white calibration plate with 90% reflectance

  • Camera position: fixed on the aluminum alloy workpiece, the lens surface parallel to the surface of the calibration plate

  • Test preparation: warm up the camera for 10 minutes after power on.

  • Test environment: room temperature 23℃, 100Lux illumination.

  • Test distance: The calibration plate and the camera are 0.4m, 1m, 1.5m, 2m, 2.5m, 3m, 3.5m, 4m, 4.5m, respectively.

  • Data sampling: 10*10 pixels in the center of the image, repeat 32 times to get the average value.

     

accuracy at different test precision

Product

A1: 

All Luminwave 3D cameras are certified as Class 1, ensuring the safety of the human eye.

A2: 

Due to the 940nm wavelength of the laser source on all 3D cameras, simultaneous usage of multiple cameras in the same position and time may lead to interference. This interference can be addressed through software or hardware solutions, specifically by implementing hardware timing control.

A3: 

The product remains stable and unaffected when used within the specified temperature range. It has undergone high and low-temperature reliability tests to ensure its performance under various conditions.

Operation

A1: 

1. Ensure that the camera’s power supply is functioning correctly and verify that the camera’s indicator light remains illuminated at all times.

2. Adjust the IP addresses of both the host computer and the camera to be within the same network segment. Verify connectivity by attempting to PING the camera’s default IP address, 192.168.1.200. If successful, the connection is established.

3. If the aforementioned steps fail to resolve the issue, please reach out to our technical support for further assistance.

A2: 

The product remains stable and unaffected when used within the specified temperature range. It has undergone high and low-temperature reliability tests to ensure its performance under various conditions.

A3: 

This can be achieved by reducing the frame rate, extending the exposure time by 3000-4000, and setting the confidence filter to 1 or turning it off.

A4: 

Navigate to the “Configuration” menu and select ‘Update’ from the GUI software. Utilize the ‘update_enc.sh’ file to update the lower computer. After the update is complete, the system will automatically prompt a successful update and restart the device to complete the firmware upgrade.

A5: 

The device offers two network modes: static IP and dynamic IP address. You can adjust these settings in the network configuration of the host computer, or alternatively, utilize the provided API to change the network mode.

A6: 

1. Verify if the firewall is disabled.
2. Confirm if the network cable is Gigabit-compatible.

SDK

A1: 

Supported Operating Systems: Windows 10 64-bit, Windows 11 64-bit, Linux 64-bit Programming Language: C++

A2: 

By default, the setting reflects the distance from the point to the front of the camera. If the camera is tested against a wall, each point on the wall will have the same distance value.

Application

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