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EVAL-ADSD3100-NXZ [under construction]

Analog Devices 3D time of flight (ToF) camera products capture depth information, enabling advanced machine vision applications and allowing people and devices to sense, capture and interact with their spatial environments.

For more information see: Time of Flight Camera – System Overview


The EVAL-ADSD3100-NXZ time of flight (ToF) evaluation kit is a complete high-resolution (1Mpixel) 3D depth camera system assembled with the NXP i.MX 8M Plus processor. The camera supports USB connectivity to a PC for real-time visualization, capture and post processing of depth data. The kit includes host PC software (Windows/macOS/Linux) and an open source multi-platform SDK for custom application development.

Key Features

Resolution: 1024×1024 TOF sensor
Illumination: FOI 60°x60° - 940nm VCSEL
Field of view: FOV 51°x51°
Operating range: up to 5.2m @ 90% reflectance (native)
Depth Noise: 1%
Accuracy: +/- 3mm depth error

Modes of operation:

Mode Index Mode Resolution Range FPS
5 Megapixel (mp) 1024×1024 5.2m 10
7 Quarter-Megapixel (qmp) 512×512 5.2m 15

The full system hardware includes: Illumination Board Sensor Board i.MX8 M Plus SOM Camera Interface Board

System Setup and Evaluation

USB and Power Minimum Requirements

  • USB 3.0 (5Gbps) - Type C
  • 2.0A
  • USB 3.1 Gen2 - Type C
  • 3.0A


Download Evaluation Software

Evaluation software consists of:

  • Data Collect (Command line interface)
  • Depth Compute (Command line interface)

Installation page can be found here.


Laser Safety

  • Class 1

Operating Environment

Application Development

Help and Support


  • FOI (Field of Illumination)
  • FOV (Field of View)
  • FPS (Frames per Second)
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