A time-of-flight camera requires a uniform, high-frequency modulated infrared light to be projected onto the scene. The Time-of-Flight sensor is carefully synchronized with the illuminator and utilizes the light that is reflected by objects in the scene to determine the distance to these objects.
|PartNo||Description||Wavelength||Field of Illumination||Footprint||Nominal Output Power|
|MERANO-PD||IR Laser Flood Illuminator Optimized for 3D Optical Sensing||940||52 (H) x 64 (V)||2.4x3.3x1.2||2100|
|EGA2000||High-power flood illuminator for iToF and 2D imaging systems in industrial market||850, 940||58x41 (N), 79x56 (W) and 104x84 or 102x85 (UW)||4.1x4.1x1.38||4000 @100µs/2%/5A|
|TARA2000-AUT||Automotive qualified high-power flood illuminator for 3D ToF and 2D NIR based in-cabin sensing systems||850, 940||46x41 (UN), 59x42 (N), and 125.5x111.5 or 129.5x114.5 (UW)||4.1x4.1x1.38||4000 @100µs/2%/5A|