|センサータイプ||Sony IMX556 |
Area Scan CMOS
|解像度（横 x 縦ピクセル）||640 x 480 (full resolution)|
|Field of View (H x V)||67° x 51°|
|Range||Short: 0.3–1.5 m |
Long: 0.3–10 m
|Accuracy (typical)||±5 mm (0.5–5.5 m) |
(For more information, see Accuracy Test Conditions.)
|Temporal Noise (typical)||Short: <2 mm (up to 1.5 m) |
Long: <5 mm (up to 5.5 m)
(For more information, see Accuracy Test Conditions.)
|Frame Rate||20 fps (Default) |
30 fps (FastMode)
|同期化||Free run, software trigger|
|Illumination||VCSEL, 940 nm|
|昼光の堅牢性||Ambient light: max. irradiance 12.8 W/m² @ 920–970 nm |
(For more information, see Daylight Robustness Test Conditions.)
|Multi-Camera Operation||Yes; via Multi-Camera Channel or PTP|
|Communication Interface||Gigabit Ethernet (1000 Mbit/s)|
|Pixel Formats||Range Data: Coord3D_C16, Mono16, Coord3D_ABC32f |
Intensity Image: Mono16
Confidence Data: Mono16, Confidence16
Point Cloud: Coord3D_ABC32f
|カメラの電源要件||24 VDC (±10 %) supplied via the camera's power connector |
<22 W mean @ 24 VDC
<55 W peak @ 24 VDC
|Cooling||Passive, no fan|
|Enclosure Rating||IP67 (EN60529)|
|Size (W x H x L)||99.6 mm x 80.6 mm x 63.1 mm|
|適合性||Emission & Immunity: CE (includes RoHS), EAC, FCC, KC, EN61000-6-4, EN55022, EN61000-6-2 |
Shock & Vibration: EN60068-2-27, EN60068-2-6, EN60068-2-64
Laser Safety: Laser Class 1 (EN60825-1:2014)
Standards: GigE Vision, GenICam, GenTL
Certificates for your camera model
詳細については、次を参照してください。 法令遵守 セクション（Basler Webサイト）
|ソフトウェア||Basler blaze SDK (Version 2.0 or higher) |
Available for Windows, Linux x86, and Linux ARM
|Operating System||Windows 10 |
Linux x86_64 (tested under Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, and 20.04)
AArch64 Linux (binaries built with Linaro gcc 7.3.1 toolchain, tested under Linux for Tegra)
|Programming Languages||C++, Visual Basic, C#, Python|
|アクセサリー||Accessories for your camera model|
Accuracy Test Conditions#
The accuracy was measured under the following conditions:
- Camera at default settings
- Stable operating temperature (20 minutes camera warm-up time)
- Flat, white target with 90 % reflectivity
- No ambient light
- 22 °C room temperature
- 40 x 40 pixels in the center of the sensor
- Averaged over 25 images
For more information about accuracy and repeatability, see the Accuracy and Precision topic.
Daylight Robustness Test Conditions#
The daylight robustness was measured under the following conditions:
- Flat, white target with 90 % reflectivity
- Target illuminated by 940 nm LED
- 6 m distance between target and camera
- Exposure time of 250 µs
For more information about the measurement setup and test results, see the Daylight Robustness topic.
The blaze-101 camera is equipped with VCSEL (vertical cavity surface-emitting lasers) that emit invisible, near-infrared laser light. The camera is classified as a Class 1 laser product according to EN/IEC 60825-1:2014 Edition 3.
Certification Information Printed on the Product Label
IEC 60825-1:2014 Ed. 3
Complies with 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 except for conformance with IEC 60825-1:2014 Ed. 3, as described in Laser Notice No. 56, dated May 8, 2019
The location of the laser aperture and the beam angle of the laser are shown here.
The camera is classified as a Class 1 laser product. This means that it is safe under all reasonably foreseeable conditions of normal use.
The technical safety elements described below (electric power control, optical diffusors, and cover glass) ensure that the accessible emission stays within safe limits. Their correct function is guaranteed by quality management measures that include a 100 % test after assembly.
Electric Power Control
The camera is equipped with electronic safety circuitry that turns off the laser illumination within 1 ms or less when excess electrical power consumption of the illumination is detected.
Diffusors are optical elements mounted at the laser aperture of each VCSEL. They act both as beam shapers and as beam attenuators. Their presence is required to reduce the accessible emission to safe limits. Under normal operating conditions, Basler regards the failure of a diffusor as unlikely beyond the point of what can reasonably be foreseen.
However, in cases of severe damage to the camera (e.g., caused by mechanical stress beyond the specified limits or unauthorized modification), the failure of a diffusor can't be ruled out definitively. In case of a diffusor failure, observe the warning information in the Safety Instructions (blaze).
The VCSEL are shielded by a cover glass. This prevents users from accidentally touching the surface of the VCSEL and ensures a minimum distance to the eyes.
This is a sample of the product label affixed to every blaze-101 camera. Details like MAC address and serial number will vary from camera to camera.
→ 次をダウンロードします CAD/technical drawing for your Basler camera.
Coordinate System of the Camera#
The blaze-101 camera uses a right-handed coordinate system with the y axis pointing down. The origin of the coordinate system is located in the optical center inside the camera housing.
Due to mechanical tolerances of the sensor, the lens, and their position to each other, there are small variations in the exact origin for each individual device.
The position of the optical center is determined by the focal length of the lens and the point where the optical axis and the sensor intersect. This intersection is called the principal point. It is close to the pixel in the center of the sensor but due to mechanical tolerances there are small variations in its exact position. To determine the exact position, get the values of the
The optical center is situated along the optical axis. The distance from the principal point (in pixels) is dependent on the focal length (in pixels), which you can determine by getting the value of the
If your application requires working with coordinates and distances relative to the front of the camera housing and not the optical center, you can use the
ZOffsetOriginToCameraFront parameter to determine the distance between the optical center and the front of the camera housing. See Processing Measurement Results to find out how to perform this transformation of coordinates.
Many common point cloud processing tools, e.g., MeshLab and CloudCompare, also use right-handed coordinate systems, but with the y axis pointing up. Because of this difference in the orientation of the y axis, these tools show point clouds produced by the blaze-101 camera backwards and upside down.
To make the point clouds compatible with these tools, they need to be rotated along the x axis by 180°. This is equivalent to multiplying the y and z values by -1. This is illustrated in the Save Point Cloud sample that is included in the Basler blaze SDK.
Alternatively, you can use the Save Depth and Image Data feature of the blaze Viewer, which allows you to have this rotation done automatically when saving a point cloud to file. By selecting the Invert z-axis checkbox (enabled by default), the point clouds will be made compatible with the aforementioned tools.
For more information about the Save Depth and Image Data feature, see the Saving Depth and Image Data topic in the blaze Viewer help.
- Basler blaze-101 camera
- Power supply
- GigE cable
- Camera bracket
- Computer with a GigE-compatible network adapter, e.g., Intel Pro 1000
- Windows 10
- Linux x86_64 (tested under Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04 & 20.04)
- AArch64 Linux (binaries built with Linaro gcc 7.3.1 toolchain; tested under Linux for Tegra)
Basler blaze SDK
The Basler blaze SDK is available for Windows and Linux operating systems and includes the following:
- blaze Viewer (Windows only)
- blaze IP Configurator
- GenICam GenTL producer
- Sample code
WARNING – Electric Shock Hazard
You must use a camera power supply that meets the Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) and Limited Power Source (LPS) requirements.
警告 – 火災の危険
You must use a camera power supply that meets the Limited Power Source (LPS) requirements.
注意 – 適切な電圧を使用しないと、カメラが損傷するおそれがあります。
NOTICE – Incorrect plugging in and unplugging of the camera's power cable can damage the camera.
To avoid switch-on surges damaging the camera, only plug in the power cable into the camera's power connector or unplug it from the connector if the power supply is switched off.
Power must be supplied to the camera via the power connector. For information about the connector pin assignments, see Connector Pin Numbering and Assignments.
|Voltage Requirements||Max. Power Consumption|
|24 VDC (±10 %)||22 W mean @ 24 VDC |
55 W peak 24 VDC
Fore more information about supplying power, see Choosing a Power Supply.
Temperature has a significant impact on the performance of the camera. For more information, see the Temperature topic.
- 高品質のEthernetケーブルを使用してください。S/STPシールド付きCAT 5E以上のシールドケーブルの使用を推奨します。
- Basler recommends using Ethernet cables from the Basler Visionのコンポーネント 範囲：
Power and I/O Cable#
- The cable must be shielded.
- The cable must have a cross-section of at least 0.2 mm² (close to AWG24).
- Camera-side connector: M12 8-pin A-coded
- Basler recommends using cables from the Basler Visionのコンポーネント 範囲：
Camera Connectors and LEDs#
- M12 8-pin X-coded female connector (ERNI, 394811)
- Used to provide a 1000 Mbit/s Ethernet connection to the camera
- Mating connector according to IEC 61076-2-109 standard, "8-pin X-coded male", e.g., Bulgin PXMBNI12FIM08XSCPG9
- M12 8-pin A-coded female connector (ERNI, 494166)
- Used to provide power to the camera
- Mating connector according to IEC 61076-2-101 standard, "8-pin A-coded male", e.g., Bulgin PXMBNI12FIM08ASCPG7
|Camera State||ステータスLED||Ethernet LED|
|Powered, camera booting||緑||赤|
|Powered, camera ready for use||Flashing green||赤|
|Powered, network connection in progress||Flashing green||Alternating green/red flashing|
|Powered, network connection established||Flashing green||緑|
|Powered, network connection insufficient||Flashing green||イエロー|
|Pin Number||Ethernetコネクター||Power Connector|
|1||Bidirectional Data Pair A+||Camera Power VCC|
|2||Bidirectional Data Pair A-||Camera Power Ground|
|3||Bidirectional Data Pair B+||Camera Power Ground|
|4||Bidirectional Data Pair B-||予約済み。接続しないこと|
|5||Bidirectional Data Pair D+||予約済み。接続しないこと|
|6||Bidirectional Data Pair D-||予約済み。接続しないこと|
|7||Bidirectional Data Pair C-||Camera Power VCC|
|8||Bidirectional Data Pair C+||予約済み。接続しないこと|
Always connect both Power VCC and Power GND pins.
→ See Safety Instructions (blaze).
→ See Camera Installation (blaze).
→ See blaze Features.