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The fastest 3D sensors in the world

With our C6 series, we offer the fastest 3D sensors worldwide in terms of resolution and speed. The advantages include a specially developed sensor chip and WARP technology resulting in the world’s fastest 3D profiling.

  • Exclusive imager design

  • Latest industry standards GigE Vision / GenICam 3D
  • 3D profile pixel rate of up to 128 megapixels at 29 gigapixels per second
  • Unique features such as MultiPart and MultiPeak
3D point data rate up to
128 M/s
Profile speed up to
140 kHz
Resolution up to
4.096 px
Protection class

3D Image Processing

The C6 series of 3D sensors combines extreme speed with high-precision resolution

The new 3D C6 series by AT is built on a novel sensor platform that supports the latest industrial standard GigE Vision/GenICam 3D at 1 Gbit/s. These new laser profilers offer an impressive combination of extremely fast and highly precise resolution, reaching up to 4,096 points per profile, a profile speed of up to 200 kHz, and high dynamic range 3D image capture. They are available as compact sensors, MCS, and 3D cameras.

C6 3070

The best 3D sensor chip

Warp Speed

Galactical speed

The Widely Advanced Rapid Profiling (WARP) Technology by AT enables unprecedented profile speeds of up to 200 kHz to date.

On-Sensor Processing

Focus on relevant data transmission

Thanks to the self-developed sensor chip and revolutionary on-sensor chip processing, only the essential data is transmitted during a 3D scan. With this new technology, AT enables up to ten times higher measurement speeds.


Simultaneous output of multiple data sets

With the help of MultiPart, it is possible to output up to ten different data sets simultaneously, regardless of the pixel format or algorithm. In addition to height data, the customer receives additional data such as reflectance or scatter, which, in addition to an existing simple point cloud, for example, allows for a photorealistic representation of the test object.


Disturbance-free scans of reflective materials

Thanks to MultiPeak, it is now possible to obtain distortion-free 3D profile data scans using laser triangulation. Highly reflective materials such as metal, plastic, or glass can be scanned without any interference from reflections. In cases where multiple laser reflections occur on the test surface, the MultiPeak feature helps distinguish them and output up to four profiles with peak data separately.


Secure detection and classification of the laser line

With the help of AT’s specially developed features, Region Search and Region Tracking, it is possible the reliably locate and determine the laser line as well as dynamically track and evaluate it as just one example of the wide range of capabilities our sensors have to offer. This enables a significant increase in scan speed while simultaneously utilizing the entire scanning height.


Reliable definition of the laser line profile

AT has developed several intelligent algorithms that can output the 3D height profile of a measurement object. The algorithms determine the position of the laser line during the 3D scan, enabling the precise capture of the 3D profile.

Options of application

Used across industries for innovative applications

Surface Inspection

Detection of defects and material flaws.


Calculation of size, shape, and volume.

Robot Guidance

Determining the object’s position in production lines.

Choose the appropriate model

Our product families form the basis for countless variations of the sensor.

Technical Data

  • General technical data

    High dynamic range features: Multiple Slope Mode
    3D algorithms: MAX, TRSH, COG, FIR PEAK
    3D scan features: Automatic Region Tracking, Automatic Region Search, Multiple Regions, AutoStart
    Connections 17 pin, M12 Power I/O
    8pin, M12 Ethernet
    Data interface Gigabit Ethernet (1Gbit/s)
    Standards GigE Vision with GenICam
    Temperature Operation 0°C to +40°C
    Storage -20°C to +80°C
    Protection class IP67

    Electrical specifications

    Power consumption max. 15 W
    Power supply sensor 10-24 V DC (max. 27 V DC)
    Power supply laser 10-24 V DC

    I/O specifications

    Digital Input: 2 electrial isolated inputs, +5V to +24V DC
    Digital Output: 2 electrical isolated outputs, +5 to +24V DC (max. 100 mA)
    Encoder/Resolver Input: A+, A-, B+, B-, Z+, Z-
    High-Speed Triple RS-422 Receiver
    Max. input voltage +5V DC (TTL level)
  • Sensors in comparison

    C6-1280 C6-2040 C6-3070 C6-3070W C6-4090
    Sensor type CMOS
    Shutter type Global shutter
    Resolution (H xV) 1280 x 1024 Pixel 2048 x 1088 Pixel 3072 x 1020 Pixel 3072 x 1020 Pixel 4096 x 3072 Pixel
    Pixel size 6.6 µm x 6.6 µm 5.5 µm x 5.5 µm 6.6 µm x 6.6 µm 6.6 µm x 6.6 µm 5.5 µm x 5.5 µm
    Sensor size 8,448 mm x 6,758 mm 11,264 mm x 5,984 mm 20,275 mm x 6,632 mm 20,275 mm x 6,732 mm 22,528 mm x 16,896 mm
    Image circle 10,82 mm 12,75 mm 21,37 mm 21,37 mm 28,16 mm
    Sensor format 2/3″ 2/3″ 1,5″ 1,5″ 1,75″
    Power consumption max. 15 W        
    ADC resolution 12 bit 10 bit 10 bit 10 bit 10 bit
    Extended dynamic range Up to 90 dB with activated Multi Slope Mode
    Scan 3D extraction process MAX, TRSH, COG, FIR PEAK
    High dynamic range imaging Multi Slope Mode
    3D features Multipeak, Multipart, Region Tracking/Search, Autostart

    Typical Profile Speed Depending on Number of Sensor Rows (Hz)*

    *Internal values. The actual usable profile speed may be limited by the 1 Gbit/s interface. C6-1280 C6-2040 C6-3070 C6-3070W C6-4090
    Sensor Rows With 1280 pixel profile width With 688 pixel profile width Sensor Rows   Sensor Rows   Sensor Rows   Sensor Rows
    4 121130 172744 4 43478 6 66489 6 204918 4 24875
    8 84034 128388 8 18604 12 47846 12 176678 8 20352
    16 52114 84825 16 13289 24 30656 24 138504 16 14925
    32 29615 50533 32 8456 48 17838 48 96712 32 9733
    64 15893 27941 64 4895 96 9714 96 60314 64 5740
    128 8249 14751 128 2657 192 5083 192 34412 128 3153
    256 4204 7587 256 1388 384 2602 384 18512 256 1658
    512 2123 3849 512 710 768 1317 768 9621 512 851
    1024 1067 1938 1088 338 1020 994 1020 7315 1024 431
                      3072 145


What does a 3D sensor cost?
The costs naturally depend on the application and level of customization, but our sensors start at a price of $4,200.
How do I configure my specific MCS?
Our sales team has a dedicated configurator for your specifications, allowing us to set it up together and generate the corresponding datasheet for you directly.
Who can I contact in case of support issues?
You have the option to access current documentation and software tools through our product support page. Alternatively, you can also contact our support team directly by phone or email.
How do I integrate the sensor into my application?
For this purpose, we provide our customers with our AT SolutionPackage, which includes SDKs and examples for integration into all common image processing systems.
What software is included with the sensor?
Included in our AT SolutionPackage, are tools such as cxExplorer, cxShow3D in addition to cxSDK and application solutions like our cxMetrologyExplorer tools.
How do I know which sensor is right for my application?
With our 25 years of expertise as component manufacturers in the field of 3D image processing, we have comprehensive knowledge in 3D laser triangulation sensor applications. Therefore, we can offer you optimal advice on which sensor is best for your application. Feel free to reach out to our sales team with confidence: