3D machine vision
Visionary-T Mini

Your Benefits

  • Cost-efficient solution in a compact design for a multitude of applications
  • Extremely accurate 3D and 2D data with a high pixel density for detailed and reliable environment perception
  • Versatile programming interface for external data evaluation with fast availability of the data
  • Rugged camera for continuous use in an industrial environment
  • Fast data acquisition and best possible data quality with high image dynamics and a very large contrast range
  • Tailored configuration using a user-friendly visualization and configuration tool


The compact Visionary-T Mini 3D snapshot cameras from SICK with their simple operation and excellent data quality provide the solution to virtually all industrial 3D machine vision requirements. Thanks to the advanced 3D time-of-flight technology, each pixel delivers extremely accurate depth and intensity data. The camera captures its surroundings extremely reliably even in strong light/dark contrast conditions and at long distances, and delivers precise data even for moving objects thanks to its very short image capture time. A clearly structured configuration tool makes it easy to parameterize the device and flexibly adapt the data to the specific application. This makes Visionary-T Mini an ideal, cost-efficient solution, e.g., for logistics, robotics or industrial vehicles.

At a glance
  • Up to 30 3D images per second at full resolution (512 × 424 pixels)
  • Compact housing
  • Temperature range: –10 °C to 50 °C
  • Enclosure rating: IP65, 67
  • 3D data transmission over industrial Gigabit Ethernet


Technical overview

  • Technical data overview

    Technical data overview

    Technology3D snapshot, image analysis
    Grayscale measurements
    Light source
    Internal lightingLaser, invisible, infrared, 855 nm, ± 5 nm
    Factory calibrated
    Enclosure ratingIP65, IP67
    Configuration softwareSOPAS ET, Telegram interface, API (C++)
    Ethernet✔ , TCP/IP, UDP/IP
All technical data can be found accompanying the individual product