Gocator 3D snapshot Sensors

3D Online Inspection Sensors By LMI

For Quality Inspection and Robotic Applications

For high-precision area scanning and inspection, Gocator 3D snapshot sensors combine blue-led structured light with built-in 3D measuring tools. Snapshot sensors employ a single snapshot scan to evaluate stationary items or subjects with start/stop motion, as opposed to lasers, which scan moving objects.


Find the right 3D snapshot sensors for your application

Gocator 3200 Series

(For 3D inspection of large parts/features)

Fast scan rate (6 Hz w/acceleration)

2 megapixels stereo camera minimizes occlusions

Large field of view (FOV) of up to 100×154 mm is possible

For robotic/stationary inspection applications, pick and place friendly

Model 3210
Resolution XY (μm) 60 - 90
VDI/VDE Accuracy (μm) 35
Field of View (mm) 71 x 98 - 100 x 154
Clearance Distance (CD) (mm) 165
Measurement Range (mm) 110


Gocator 3500 Series

(For high resolution 3D inspection of small parts/features)

5 mp stereo snapshot sensor

High XY resolution for inspecting small parts/features

Robot ready for inspection and vision guidance

Model 3504 3506 3520
Resolution XY (μm) 6.7 - 7.2 20 - 25 74 - 121
VDI/VDE Accuracy (μm) - 12 90(1) - 200(2)
Field of View (mm) 12.1 x 13.2 - 13.0 x 15.0 27 x 45 - 30 x 45 179 x 115 - 282 x 175
Clearance Distance (CD) (mm) 52.5 87 203
Measurement Range (mm) 7 25 150


Features (Metrology grade. Inline ready)

Easy-robot integration

(For carrying out pick and place applications)

Snapshot sensors are ideal for inline inspections where objects are temporarily immobile, such as robotic inspection and pick and place. They reduce the cost of expensive motion system components as well as vibration related errors.

Build-in hardware acceleration

(For faster data processing)

Every Gocator high-resolution structured light 3D snapshot sensor includes next-generation dual-core contollers, which dramatically boost onboard processing speed to match inline production speed.

Stereo Camera technology

(For minimizing occlusions)

Stereo cameras see more data, resulting in fewer occlusions. Any occlusion produced by surface geometry that blocks projected lights or the camera’s view will result in no data with a single camera. Stereo cameras, on the other hand, acquire additional data by capturing three images of the parts.

Industrial design

(For high reliability)

These sensors are perfect for fitting into tight spaces and installing on robots because of their rugged housing, small form factor, and light weight. Gocator snapshot sensors have an IP67-rated construction and an industrial projector with a 10-year continuous operation lifetime.

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