We use our D435 cameras in outdoor conditions where temperatures can vary widely (roughly -30C to 55C). From reading RealSense documentation and posts in this support community, I know that the infrared projector will switch off if the infrared laser temperature is below 0C or above 60C, but that the RGB stereo depth readings will likely still be available.
That leads me to two questions:
- What is the difference in depth sensing accuracy with and without the infrared projector?
- Are there temperatures at which even RGB stereo depth readings will deteriorate? In particular, is there a temperature on the low end (e.g., -20C) at which the RGB camera will stop working or the RGB stereo depth readings will deteriorate significantly?
Thanks in advance for the help!
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