• 3D camera development kit
  • Based on pmd Time-of-Flight (ToF) technology
  • Range: 0.1-4 m
  • Up to 60 fps
  • USB 3.0
  • Laser Class 1
  • Incl. Software package Royale SDK and USB cable
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Development Kit pmd flexx2 - 700.000.097

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Item number: 107607
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Technical details
General data

3D sensor
IRS2381 Infineon® REAL3™ 3D Image Sensor IC based on pmd intelligence
0.1-4 m
5 fps, 10 fps, 25 fps, 35 fps, 45 fps, 60 fps (3D frames)
Infrared light
0.31 ms typ. at 45 fps/ 1.04 ms typ. at 5 fps
940 nm
VCSEL, laser class 1
56° x 44°
≤ 1 % of distance
224 x 172 (38k) px

Electrical data

540-680 mW

Mechanical data

71.9 mm
19.2 mm
10.6 mm
13 g

Further information

USB 3.0
Royale SDK (C++ based/supports Matlab, OpenCV, ROS 1/2)
Windows 10

Product description
Development Kit pmd flexx2 - 700.000.097
pmd flexx2 - 700.000.097 is a 3D camera development kit based on pmd Time-of-Flight (ToF) technology. It is a small, external USB device that is approximately the size of a pack of chewing gum and suitable for 3D detection applications. The pico flexx uses a VCSEL based IR illumination (Laser Class 1).

The CamBoard pmd flexx2 - 700.000.097 comes with pmd´s powerful software suite Royale, containing all the logic to operate the 3D camera. Also included is the visualization tool, the Royale Viewer. Royale is cross platform compatible and runs on Windows 10 and Linux/ARM. The SDK to develop your own applications is C++ based and supports also several programming languages and libraries like ROS 1/2, OpenCV and Matlab.

Royale delivers the following data:
  • 3D point cloud: X, Y and Z values for every pixel result in a point cloud of the observed scene.
  • Grey value (IR): In addition to the Z values, each pixel provides a grey value which corresponds to the signal strength (amplitude) of the active illumination. This IR grey value image can be used for standard 2D image processing and is perfectly aligned with the distance image (Z-values). In addition, the grey value information is not affected by the ambient light, thus resulting in a very robust 2D image independent of the light conditions. Since the quality of the distance measurement can be derived directly from the signal strength, the grey value image is likewise a quality indicator for the distance image.
  • Confidence value: This value indicates whether the measured Z value of a pixel is reliable or the quality of the measurement is impaired, e.g. by saturation or underexposure.
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