Amadeus Sheet of Light High-Speed 3D Scanner

TDS2000 is a fully-integrated, sheet of light scanner designed for industrial scanning applications and is a member of Hermary’s Amadeus Platform. Using the principles of laser triangulation, TDS2000 outputs high-speed 3D point cloud data. With a depth of field up to 2,000 mm, the scanner can be configured to reach greater than 2,500 scans per second.

The versatility and potential of TDS2000 can be maximized through the Amadeus platform, which builds on the IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP). This synchronization engine ensures all Amadeus devices in the same domain, such as a TDS2000 scanner, are synchronized to ± 10 ns. The scanners also utilize IEEE Power over Ethernet (PoE) which simplifies cabling, maintenance and system setup.


  • Features

    • Class 2 laser triangulation scanner
    • Fully-integrated Amadeus Platform device
    • Integrated software defines application-specific triggering and sequencing
    • Equipped with active monitoring of device status
    • Depth of field to 2,000 mm
    • Resolution up to ~0.25 mm
    • Up to 2,500 scans/sec

  • Benefits

    • A member of Hermary’s Amadeus product family
    • Flexibility: range, speed, depth of field and resolution to suit a wide variety of industrial applications
    • High-speed scan rate of up to 2,500 scans per second for fast data capture
    • More than 690 data points to detect fine features on objects
    • Built-in GigE Vision interface for standardized transmitting framework and fast data throughput and latency

  • Specifications

    • Dimensions: 382 x 75 x 48 mm (15 x 3.0 x 1.8 inches)
    • Weight: 2.8 kg (6.2 lb)
    • Operating Temperature: -20°C to +50°C (-4°F to +122°F)
    • Scan Rate: up to 2,500 scans per second
    • Data Points per Scan: 690+
    • Interface: 1000BASE-T Ethernet
    • Electrical Supply: Power over Ethernet
    • Enclosure Rating: IP67

  • Applications

    • Vision for robots
    • Volumetric measurement
    • Bakery automation
    • Food inspection
    • Object counting
    • Material handling
    • Metals
    • Mining
    • Product shape defect identification
    • Pulp and paper
    • Wood and lumber
    • Warehouse/fulfillment center automation
    • Many more