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Fotonic E40 Time Of Flight 3D Camera

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Fotonic E40 Time Of Flight 3D Camera


Out of Stock, Please Call for availability and current Lead Time - 3D Time-of-Flight distance measuring camera; Mid-power, 16W illiumination. Range of up to 7m and ±10mm accuracy. Up to 58 frame per second. 45˚ x 34˚ field of view.

SKU# R376-E40-4W, R377-E40-16W

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Fotonic is building some of the best 3D smart cameras out there based on commercially available sensors. These 3D cameras can measure distances upto 7m with accuracy of ±10mm at 58 frames per second! The Fotonic E-Series is characterized by high reliability in performance and a robust design. With very low motion artifacts and high frame rates, these cameras are ideal for object motion tracking.

The E-series cameras perform well indoors and in bright sunlight. All cameras are IP65 and IP67, and the window of Gorilla glass is interchangeable. The unique multi-shutter setting doubles the already high dynamic range, allowing for high precision distance measurements even in scenes with very wide depths of field.  With this setting you can accurately measure from short to long distance within one frame. Check out this blog post for an example of multi-shutter in action.

The powerful ARM processor from Texas Instruments, together with the Linux OS, enable you to easily run your own software programs on board. This makes the E-Series a natural choice for anyone looking for a truly "smart" camera.

It is possible to configure the E-series cameras by choosing different Field of View and illumination. This allows you to tailor the camera to best suit your application with regards to measurement range, target and environmental conditions and accuracy.  

The 4W model is best suited for near field applications where low-power is essential. The 16W is a flexible choice for general purpose applications.

For complete details and specifications, download or view the Fotonic E-series Datasheet found in the Downloads tab.  

All necessary cables and power supply (both US and Euro plugs) included with sensor.

Fotonic Cable Kit



  • Low motion artifacts
  • High frame rate
  • Very effective live tracking of moving objects
  • Great performance in sunlight
  • IP65 and IP67 protective shell
  • interchangeable Gorilla glass window
  • Multi-Shutter setting doubles high dynamic range
  • Powerful Texas Instruments ARM processor
  • All necessary cables and power supply (both US and Euro plugs) included with sensor


Fotonic E-Series Datasheet

Fotonic E-Series User Manual


Type of sensor                                                                  CCD

Maximum frame rate                                                        58fps - Camera setting dependent (full frames)

Total capture time                                                            6-7ms (depending on shutter time)

Pixel array size                                                                 160 (h) x 120 (v)

Multi camera option                                                        Yes; by factory configuration (up to 4 cameras non-interfering)

Number of dead pixels on sensor                                   <=20

Dead pixel cluster (2 or more direct neighbors)            No

Illumination (power out)                                                  16 Watts

Wave length                                                                     850 nm

Modulation frequency                                                      15 Mhz (approximate)