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3D Smart Camera by Sick
The IVC-3D camera is the first and only 3D Smart Camera, and to help customers solve more applications, SICK is adding four new versions.
The IVC 3D-30 is a short-range 3D camera designed for very detailed inspection applications. The IVC3D-30 is capable of measurements down to 15 microns. The camera is still capable of 5000 profiles per second, making it ideal for precision manufacturing lines.
A long-range version of the 3D Smart Camera, the IVC-3D-300 is specially designed for applications in the material handling and logistics markets. The longer stand-off distance and larger field of view make the IVC-3D great for measuring and inspecting objects found in the logistics market.
With an increasing number of inspection and product tracking applications being performed in the food and beverage market, SICK is proud to introduce two new models of the IVC-3D designed for this market. Using plastic lensing instead of the standard glass, the IVC-3D-50 for F&B and the IVC-3D-200 for F&B make direct inspection of food products possible without using enclosures.
SICK is one of the world's leading manufacturers of sensors, safety systems and automatic identification products for industrial applications. Whether automating factories or optimizing distribution centers, SICK provides cost-effective solutions.
SICK has been a technology leader for more than 50 years. Leveraging a history of innovation, the company has pioneered a long line of industry firsts such as the first safety light curtain, the first bar code reader, the first color sensor, and many more. These innovations provide solutions to the automotive, airline, manufacturing, packaging, and material handling industries.
The North American subsidiary of SICK was established in 1976. Company headquarters are located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with sales throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. SICK employs more than 4000 people worldwide, with 2004 sales at approximately 500 million.