- Uniform, flat-top illumination pattern
- Build-in eye safety
- Enables high-performance 3D sensing applications
- Compatible with the most demanding structured light, stereo vision or time-of-flight cameras
|Field of Illumination [°]||76x60|
|Nominal Output Power [mW]||1000|
The PMSILPlus flood illuminator creates a flat-top infrared illumination pattern for applications in structured light, stereo vision or time-of-flight cameras and video light enhancement applications.
Based on fast, efficient VCSEL technology, the PMSILPlus devices are optimized to deliver best-in-class performance in 3D sensing applications on a variety of platforms such as mobile, IoT and robotics. The PMSILPlus module includes resistive ITO for eye-safety.
The PMSILPlus modules produce 1W optical output power (CW) at 940nm and are offered with 76x60 FWHM field of illumination.
This product suits for the following applications:
- 3D sensing application
- Illumination for Structured Light, Stereo Vision and Time-of-Flight cameras
- Infrared light enhancement for video
The slim package is optimized for mobile devices. The integrated photodiode monitors the reflection from the device’s lens and thus feasible to trigger eye safety. Applications such as face recognition, augmented reality, 3D object scanning and 3D image rendering, as well as other industrial and automotive applications, will benefit from use of the MERANO-PD.
The BELAGO dot-pattern illuminator is provided in a miniature package that is compatible with standard lead-free reflow processes. As such, it can be successfully used onboard of a great variety of 3D sensing platforms, from mobile to IoT to robotics.
BELAGO emitters produce approximately 5k dots at 940nm.
The BELICE-SD dot-pattern illuminator is provided in a miniature package that is compatible with standard lead-free reflow processes. As such, it can be successfully used onboard of a great variety of 3D sensing platforms, from mobile to IoT to robotics.
A pair of BELICE-SD emitters produce approximately 10k dots at 850nm. A 940nm version is currently under development.