ECCO 35: 3D sensors for straightforward applications

For simpler, lower speed applications, the ECCO 35 Series offer the most economical 3D Sensors available.
They are easy to fit in any position on any production line due to their small size, low weight and all-in-one packaging.

Properties & Benefits

  • Standard Scan Rate – For straightforward applications
  • Exeptional Value – Best price/performance
  • Smallest Lightweight Housing – Easy to fit anywhere
SmartRay™
ECCO 35.100
Typical field of view (near | mid | far ) 1 61 | 82 | 103 mm
Measurement range 1 100 mm
Stand-off distance 150 mm
Typical vertical resolution (Z) 1 11.5 – 32.5 µm
Typical lateral resolution (Y) 1 82 – 135 µm
Z-Linearit 2, 5 0.01% (0.1 µm/mm)
Z-Repeatability 4, 5 3.8 µm
Weight Approx. 180 g
Partnumber 3.002.010

 

Maximum points / 3D profile 752
Typical scan rate 3 Approx. from 100 Hz up to 500 Hz
Typical 3D point rate 3 Approx. from 0.07 up to 0.3 million points/sec
Interface Fast Ethernet (100 Mbit/sec)
Inputs 4 x Inputs, 5 – 24 VDC
Quadrature Encoder (AB-Channel, RS-422 standard)
Outputs 2 x Outputs, 24 VDC
Trigger Start Trigger support on Input 1
Data Trigger support on Quadrature Encoder Input (Max. Data trigger rate: 100 kHz)
Data Trigger support on Input 2, 3 (Max. DATA trigger rate: 10 kHz)
Input voltage | Power 24 VDC, ± 15 % ripple | 4.5 W
Laser wavelength 660 nm
Laser class (standard | optional) 2M | –
Maximum ambient light 10,000 lx
EMC test as per EN 61 000-6-2, EN 61 000-6-4
Vibration/ Shock test as per EN 60 068-2-6, -27, -29, -64
Electrical safety as per EN 61 010-1-3
Protection class III, as per EN 61 040-3
Enclosure rating IP65
Air humidity Maximum 90%, non-condensing
Temperature (operation | storage) 0 – 40° C | -20 – 70° C
Compatible accessories Power-I/O cable: 6.310.0XX
Ethernet cable: 6.302.0XX
Encoder cable: 6.307.0XX

 

(1) Typical values can vary up to 5% due to optical tolerances
(2) Z-Linearity calculated as a variation of “bias” (reference value vs. measured value) over the measurement range. The %slope of a best-fit (regression) line from a plot of bias over measurement range represents Z-Linearity
(3) Scan rate & point rate are dependent on the configured field of view, measurement range and exposure time. The typical scan/point rate has been estimated with an exposure time of 1 µsec
(4) Experimentally asessed by scanning a measurement target moving over a conveyor belt 50 times. Measurement perfomed by averaging height values within the Z-Map image. No post-processing filters applied
(5) Measurements performed on a SmartRay standard artifact which is an aluminium flat matt surface painted matte white

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