ZEISS ARAMIS Adjustable 24M
Highly Detailed Images at Fast Changing Requirements
The ARAMIS Adjustable 24M sensor combines advanced technology with maximum flexibility. The two 24-megapixel cameras capture even the smallest details of 3D displacements and surface strain – both for point-based and full-field measurements. With its unique combination of high local resolution and image recording rate, the sensor offers precise results for a wide range of inspection tasks and meets sophisticated demands in research and development.
Next-Generation Testing Sensor
The powerful hardware of the ZEISS ARAMIS Adjustable 24M sensor is up to your challenges and provides flexibility for any measuring task: the backside illumination ensures excellent light sensitivity, predefined frame modes provide smart options for capturing fast movements and the fiber-optical components allow for high data transmission rates.
The high spatial resolution of the sensor enables the acquisition of more 3D coordinates per measuring area. This provides you with more information about filigree areas or structures and allows you to measure large objects (> 500 mm) at shorter distances.
ZEISS ARAMIS Adjustable 24M has a frame rate of 100 frames per second (fps) at full camera resolution. However, it can be increased to 360 fps with four additional frame modes. In combination with the modular design, the system can be adapted to a wide range of measuring tasks.
The sensor’s lightweight and flexible fiber-optical cables as well as its industrial network components enable fast and reliable processing of measuring data. The system thus achieves high data transmission rates and is insensitive to electromagnetic interference.
|ZEISS ARAMIS Adjustable 24M|
|Camera resolution||5312 × 4448 pixels
|Frame rate (fps)||
100 fps @ full resolution
350 fps @ binning (2656 × 2224 pixels)
185 fps @ 5312 × 2240 pixels
270 fps @ 5312 × 1472 pixel
360 fps @ 1920 × 1088 pixels
|Measuring area (mm)
||20 × 17 up to 5000 × 4500
Precise and Versatile for Research and Development
The unique combination of high spatial resolution, fast image acquisition rate and modular design offers maximum flexibility to handle a wide range of measuring tasks. This is crucial when the requirements for a sensor change rapidly in research and development.
In the field of material characterization, the sensor reliably determines material parameters and registers even the smallest crack peaks that occur prior to material failure. During crack development and crack opening analysis of larger components with low strain, the high spatial resolution enables an early analysis of structural changes in detail.
Compared to sensors with lower resolution, more information is generated on the same measuring area, allowing displacements or strains to be calculated more accurately. Therefore, even small samples and components (2–50 mm) can be measured with the highest level of detail to analyze the behavior of electronic components under thermal load.
In the context of fatigue testing of larger components (> 500 mm) with low strain, the ZEISS ARAMIS Adjustable 24M allows more accurate determination of deformations at maximum force and a temporally detailed record of displacements.
GOM Acceptance Test
Evidence of the quality and performance capability of most ARAMIS sensors is provided by the GOM Acceptance Test (GAT). The acceptance procedure is based on VDI standards 2634-1 and 2626 and is an integral part of the outbound delivery process. Customers receive a GAT certificate for the purchased sensor, a DAkkS certificate for the optical scale used and a detailed process description.