Reading DOT codes on tires

The tire has a DOT code (a press-fitted alphanumeric character string) on one edge containing the date of manufacture and other information. The new Ranger3 3D vision sensor takes a high-quality 3D image of this plain text while the tire rotates below the camera. This high-quality image makes the DOT code easier to read.

  • Following product families can be used
    • CMOS sensor from SICK with ROCC technology for superior 3D performance
    • Processing of up to 15.4 gigapixels/s.
    • Full-format 3D profile at 7 kHz
    • Sensor resolution: Up to 2,560 x 832 px
    • GigE Vision and GenICam compliant
    • 3D, reflective, and scattered light measurement in one device
    • Industrial housing, optional IP65/67 enclosure rating