Win an optical time-of-flight kit for distance measurements
November 05, 2012 // Julien Happich
This month, ESPROS Photonics AG is giving away one full epc600 evaluation kit worth CHF 1650 (about 1365 Euros) for EE Times Europe readers to evaluate its epc600 Time of Flight (ToF) chip.
The kit consists of a main board which provides all hardware to operate the TOF camera modules offered in different configurations. The board is equipped with a STM32 ARM Cortex micro controller as a powerful and flexible development environment for the design engineer. This kit will be shipped with epc600 camera module. It includes the epc600 Range Finder chip,active LED illumination, a complete lens system and a cable interface to the main board. A PC/MAC compatible software supports the real-time operation as well as various data logging options. The evaluation kit main board supports all available camera modules and works with both, the epc600 ToF Range Finder and the epc610 ToF Imager chip. Camera modules with the epc610 Imager chip will be available soon. "
More specifications at www.espros.ch/tof-light-barrier-devices
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