Argos 3D-Pulse

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The Argos3D-Pulse is a new depth sensor operating on the Time-of Flight (ToF) principle. Using active IR illumination, the sensor is able to capture 3D information. With a range of up to 5m, a field of view of 60° and a size of only 173 x 65 x 46 mm, this fast Ethernet connected sensor can be used for next generation sensor systems in various applications. The small form factor and flush mount option in combination with the new ToF technology makes this camera a perfect choice for people counting and security applications as well as kiosk systems.

1 Software

Blt ToF Suite
A powerful application featuring easy access to the camera's registers, display of multiple channels (depth, amplitude, color image), an OpenGL 3D model, and many other functions to get started with your camera in no time.
Using the ToF API, camera registers and the data stream can be accessed via C/C++ scripts.

2 Manuals and Support

Quick Start Guide
The Quick Start Guide contains instructions for connecting the camera to a power supply and a PC.
Hardware User Manual
The Hardware User Manual provides technical details concerning the camera hardware, including connector specifications and the measurement performance.

ToF User Guide
The ToF User Guide provides guidelines for optimizing the 3D data obtained by the camera.
ToF Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions cover topics such as network connection issues and noise or artefacts in the data
Argos3D and Sentis3D Firmware Update
This guide contains step-by-step instructions for firmware, lens-calibration, and bootloader updates using the BltTofSuite.
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