flexx2 3D Development Kit
Flexxibility Multiplied!

pmd flexx2
3D Camera Development Kit

pmd 3D ToF Pointcloud Comparison 2D flexx2 3D Camera Development Kit
  • The Depth Sensing Kit flexx2 is a USB3-connected 3D depth camera for development, research, and mass production. It features our latest Time-of-Flight image sensor with 38k 3D pixels, flexible working ranges, flexible frame rates, and reduced depth noise and IR night vision. The perfect tool for developers who want to be ahead of their time.
  • Our 3D ToF camera enables a variety of applications and brings powerful 3D machine vision to every kind of product. From simple distance measurement to object detection or precise gesture control.
  • The flexx2 can easily be ordered through local distributors.

    Order now

A Successful Journey
From Robotics to Drones to Space Station

Developer uses 3D ToF Camera for Robotics Pointcloud
  • A successful journey
    Building on the success of the now-discontinued “PicoFlexx”, which already brought 3D depth-sensing technology to the hands of thousands of developers worldwide and even to space, we are happy to share the newest member of our 3D Sensing Family with you. The flexx2.
  • Countless exciting and industry-changing projects are built upon the flexibility and reliability of our 3D Camera Development Kits and make use of the high-quality depth data from Infineon’s IRS2381C REAL3™ Time-of-Flight Image Sensor.

Depth-Data and Infrared View
What you get out of the flexx2

Out of the box, the flexx2 gives you a stream of depth-data with precise distance information from each pixel, a 3D pointcloud as visual representation of the scene, and an infrared 2D image that is independent of external light. These data streams are the foundation for a lot of different use-cases like edge detection, object recognition, distance measurement, surface detection, or environmental scanning.

Learn more about the setup in our tutorial section:

flexx2 Tutorials

Depth Data

3D PointCloud View

Depth Data and Infrared View

Edge Detection

What is new?
Same look, completely redesigned.

  • Better depth-sensing performance with 38,000 3D pixels
  • 56 x 44 degree Field-of-View
  • Upgraded VCSEL emitter from 850 to 940-nanometer wavelength
  • Increased sunlight robustness and better outdoor performance
  • A new, more robust USB 3.0 Type-C port
  • Multiple new built-in user modes
  • Precise depth measurements from 10 cm up to 4 meters
  • Updated software development kit “Royale” and API
Find a local Distributor

Specifications
Flexible User Modes

  pmd flexx2 Development Kit  
Version DevKit:
Encased, CE Certified, Class 1 Laser Product
 
Size 71.9 x 19.2 x 10.6 mm  
Resolution 224 x 172  
ToF Sensor IRS2381C Infineon® REAL3™ 3D Image Sensor  
Illumination 940nm 1 Watt VCSEL (LC1)  
Framerate Up to 60fps (3D frames)  
Field-of-View 56 x 44 FOV
 
Range 0.1m - 4m  
Interface USB3 Type-C  
Accuracy <= 1% of distance (0.5 –4m @ 5fps) <= 2% of distance (0.1 –1m @ 45fps)  
Software Royale SDK C/C++ based supports Matlab, OpenCV, ROS 1, ROS 2  
     

3D Camera Development Kit
Order yours Today!

The flexx2 can be ordered worldwide through pmd certified distributors in your region.
With the help of our distributors, we can offer you fast, worldwide shipment as well as different payment options and a convenient ordering process.
If you have any questions regarding the ordering process, do not hesitate to contact them directly.

Jump to your Location:

-> North America
-> Europe
-> Asia Pacific

 

If your project requires larger quantities or has special requirements, please use the form below to get your individual quote directly from us.

Tell us about your project
Get a Quote!

#3D News, #Tutorials

This tutorial demonstrates, how to use different functionalities of the Point Cloud Library (PCL) together with our Royale Software, when using the flexx2 3D camera development kit.

#Knowledge Base

Of the many kinds of 3D depth sensing technologies on the market, this blog article will explain the differences between stereo, structured light and time-of-flight, as they are the most prevalent technologies right now.

#News

This tutorial demonstrates, how you can use OpenCV with Royale.