EnsensoSDK

The EnsensoSDK is available for Windows and Linux, please see the listing below for the different packages and installation instructions. The version history can be found in the online manual here.

Please make sure you have installed the recommended uEye camera driver version. The corresponding download links can be found at the bottom of the page.

2.2

This is the most current release with all feature updates.

64bit Windows 10/8/7/Vista EnsensoSDK-2.2.65.exe Simply download and start this file to launch the installer. The EnsensoSDK 2.x depends on the Wibu CodeMeter runtime which will be installed automatically if necessary.
64bit Debian / Ubuntu ensenso-sdk-2.2.65-x64.deb These files need to be installed using the Debian package manager.
You can simply double-click the downloaded files to start installing. When using the command line the installation can be started via the command (as root):
“dpkg -i ”
After installing the packages you should be able to run the executables nxView, nxTreeEdit and nxCalTab from the command line.
Other 64bit Linux Distributions ensenso-sdk-2.2.65-x64.tar.bz2 Using EnsensoSDK on other Linux distributions is currently not officially supported, but if you’re willing to experiment yourself we provide archives with the binaries here. After downloading the archive you need to install the software manually. Please see the included Readme file for further instructions. All Linux binaries depend on libc6.
Nvidia Jetson TX1 and TX2 ensenso-sdk-2.2.65-arm64.deb These files need to be installed using the Debian package manager, just like the x64 version. Please also have a look at the Nvidia Jetson Installation topic in the manual.

2.0

This is a release branch with bugfixes only; no new features will be added in this release.

64bit Windows 10/8/7/Vista EnsensoSDK-2.0.192.exe Simply download and start this file to launch the installer. The EnsensoSDK 2.x depends on the Wibu CodeMeter runtime which will be installed automatically if necessary.
64bit Debian / Ubuntu ensenso-sdk-2.0.192-x64.deb
codemeter_6.40.2402.501_amd64.deb
These files need to be installed using the Debian package manager. The EnsensoSDK 2.0.x depends on the Wibu CodeMeter runtime which will needs to be installed from the separately provided deb-package.
You can simply double-click the downloaded files to start installing. When using the command line the installation can be started via the command (as root):
“dpkg -i ”
After installing the packages you should be able to run the executables nxView, nxTreeEdit and nxCalTab from the command line.
Other 64bit Linux Distributions ensenso-sdk-2.0.192-x64.tar.bz2 Using EnsensoSDK on other Linux distributions is currently not officially supported, but if you’re willing to experiment yourself we provide archives with the binaries here.After downloading the archive you need to install the software manually. Please see the included Readme file for further instructions. All Linux binaries depend on libc6 and the Wibu CodeMeter runtime which can be obtained from here.

uEye Driver

The currently recommended uEye driver release is 4.90. Please use the download links below to download the correct version for your platform.

64bit Windows uEye_4.90.5_Win_64.zip Just download the package and run the installer contained in the zip file to install the driver.
64bit Linux uEye_4.90.0_Linux_64.tgz Please download the package and run the installer shell script as root.
Nvidia Jetson uEye_4.90.0_Linux_Arm64hf.tgz The files in the package need to be installed manually by copying them to / while keeping the relative paths from the package. After extraction please run the setup script located at /usr/local/share/ueye/bin/ueyesdk-setup.sh as root.

.NET Interface

The CLI interface is part of the default EnsensoSDK installation. The .NET interface libraries are available as .NET Framework 2.0 and .NET Framework 4.0 variants.

NeuroCheck Interface

The NeuroCheck machine vision software package now also provides an Ensenso camera interface starting with verison 6.

Halcon Image Acquisition Interface

Starting from Halcon 11.0.3 the image acquisition interface is part of the Halcon installation. Additionally you can find Halcon Interface DLLs in the SDK installation folder.