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XCD-SX910CR/X710CR (Color model)
XCD-SX910UV (Ultraviolet-range model)
XCD-SX910/X710 (Black and white model)
2003 Sony Corporation
Table of Contents Overview Main Features ............................................................ 3 System Components................................................. 5 Connection Diagram ................................................. 6 Location of Parts and Operation.............................. 7 Functions Brightness.................................................................. 8 Gain ............................................................................ 8 Shutter ...........
Overview Overview The XCD-SX910CR/SX910UV/SX910 with its 1/2- type PS IT CCD, and the XCD-X710CR/X710 with its Main Features 1/3-type PS IT CCD are high-resolution industrial-use digital video camera modules. Utilizing an IEEE 1394- 1995 digital interface, transfer rates as high as 400 The XCD-SX910CR/SX910UV/SX910 video Mbps are realized. In addition, the use of digital camera module utilizes a 1/2-type PS IT signals enables industrial-use image processing CCD, and the XCD-X710CR/X710 utilizes
Overview Partial scan output image format It is equipped with a partial scan feature that divides an entire screen image into 16 × 16 sections, allowing it to be output as an optionally designated rectangle within the required limits. Use of this function enables frame rates faster than normal speeds, thus enabling efficient image capture. In addition, partial scan operations can be carried out even without the input of an external trigger. C-mount High vibration-resistance structure Binning The
Overview System Components The XCD-SX910CR/SX910UV/SX910/X710CR/ X710 Video Camera Module system comprises the following components. C-mount Lens VF2509 (Canon) IEEE1394 Cable Video Camera Module (6-pin, 4.5 m) XCD-SX910CR/SX910UV/SX910 XCD-X710CR/X710 Tripod Adapter Host Adapter Card VCT-ST70I (Isolated type) (Commercially available) XCD-SX910CR/X710CR XCD-SX910UV XCD-SX910/X710 5
Overview Connection Diagram XCD-SX910CR/SX910UV/SX910 XCD-X710CR/X710 C-mount Lens IEEE1394 Cable Recommended Lens: VF2509 Host Adapter Card (Canon) Host Equipment (PC, etc.) Tripod Adapter VCT-ST70I XCD-SX910CR/X710CR XCD-SX910UV XCD-SX910/X710 6 Digital Interface
Digital Interface Overview Location of Parts and Operation Front/Top/Bottom Rear Panel 1 5 2 TRIG IN 3 6 TRIG GND 7 TRIG IN 4 3 2 1 1 Lens mount (C-mount) 5 CAMERA connector Attach any C-mount lens or other optical equipment. Connect the IEEE1394 camera cable (supplied) to this connector. Note The lens must not project more than 7 mm (9/32 inch) 6 Pilot lamp from the lens mount. This lamp indicates the camera module operation 1 Lens mount face 2 7 mm (9/32 inch) or less states: OFF: Camera powe
Functions Functions The relationship between the parameter and the Brightness exposure time is given by the following formulas. Where This camera supports brightness control. This makes P = Parameter (003h ~ 424h) fine adjustment of the black level possible. (The E = Exposure time (s) former model, XCD-SX910/X710 (firmware version P >= 3 ~ P <= 1000 1.07) does not support brightness control.) 2 P E = 1 1000000 Gain P > 1000 ~ P <= 1150 E = (P – 1000) 0.1 + 1 2 Both Manual and Auto Gain setting
Functions For long exposure times Trigger Shutter When exposure times longer than the currently set frame rate cycle are set, the camera enters the long Trigger shutter is useful for capturing images in exposure time mode, and the actual frame rate is response to a trigger that starts the exposure to match a slowed in accordance with the exposure time. preset timing. It can also be used to capture an image using multiple cameras with the same timing. When a trigger shutter is used, the required
Functions Pan/Tilt Memory Channels Pan/Tilt is a function used to move a camera up and This camera is equipped with two channels non- down or left and right, however this camera supports a volatile memory to hold camera settings. video mode much smaller than the CCD’s effective The settings of all camera features and the video mode pixels by cutting out images from the whole screen. can be stored. You can specify the portion to be cut out using Pan/ The camera memorizes the channel most recently
Functions Partial Scan The partial scan mode is a function for outputting part of the full images a region of interest on the whole image. Based on the unit cell as the unit, continuous parts can be selected. Only rectangles can be selected. The screen cannot be cut in convex and L shapes. Cutting by partial scan mode Horizontal (Horizontal Direction) The unit size of both the XCD-SX910CR/SX910UV/ SX910 and the XCD-X710CR/X710 is 1/256th of the whole screen, divided into 16 sections, horizontall
Functions Binning Mode The mode used when the sensitivity is increased and the frame rate is multiplied based on mixing the CCD pixel data, is called the Binning mode. There are two types of binning: 1 × 2 binning when the output image is compressed in the vertical direction only, and 2 × 2 binning when the image is compressed in the horizontal direction also. When binning mode is used, set either Format7 Mode 1 (2 × 2 binning), or Format7 Mode 2 (1 × 2 binning). The specifications for each mode
Functions Frame Rate Settings 1394 Bus for Format 7 Synchronization For Format 7, the offset address 600h frame rate Timing used to start exposure is synchronized with the settings are disabled, but with this camera, the frame 1394 bus time cycle register. rates for Modes 1 to 4 are determined by the packet If cameras are connected in a bus connection, they are size. automatically synchronized in a 1394 bus operation. As 400 Mbps frequency area restriction can affect the XCD-SX910CR/SX910UV/SX91
Functions White Balance (XCD-SX910CR/X710CR only) You can adjust the R and B gain with respect to G. Shoot a white object and adjust the two gains to standardize the signal levels of R, G, and B. Hue (XCD-SX910CR/X710CR only) You can adjust the G gain. Use this feature when you cannot obtain the correct white balance using the R and B gain. Optical Filter (XCD-SX910CR/X710CR only) You can change the Bayer patterns by moving the starting position from which to output pixel data by one position up
Control Control The remaining 28 bits can be allocated to the camera Camera Command as addresses, but in reality, the first 4 bits are fixed at 0, so the largest number of bits that can be allocated to Status Register the camera as address space is 24 bits. The bus and node IDs may be changed if the topology is re- structured because of bus reset, so only the least This camera complies with IIDC 1394-based Digital significant 32 address bits are shown in this User’s Camera Specification, Version
Control ConfigROM Offset 0-7 8-15 16-23 24-31 Bus 400h 04 1F ROM CRC Info 404h 31 33 39 34 Block 408h 20 FF 60 00 40ch 08 00 46 02 NodeVendorID/ChipID-Hi 410h 00 0B 00 37 ChipID-Lo Root 414h 0004 CRC Directory 418h 03 08 00 46 ModuleVendorID 41ch 0C 00 83 C0 420h 8D 00 00 02 IndirectOffset 424h D1 00 00 04 UnitDirectoryOffset With the exception of bits 8 to 15 of the 400h offset previous models, this field has been retained in this address field, the length of the entire ConfigROM is model, but
Control Offset 0-7 8-15 16-23 24-31 Unit 444h 0003 CRC Dependent 448h 40 3C 00 00 CommandRegsBase Info 44ch 81 00 00 02 VendorNameLeaf 450h 82 00 00 05 ModelNameLeaf For offset address 444h, the length of the The offset address of VendorNameLeaf is required to UnitDependentInfo is 3 Quadlets. be 44Ch + 000002h * 4 = 454h CommandRegsBase is the base address of the camera control register. The offset address of ModelNameLeaf is required to F0000000h + 3c0000h * 4 = F0F00000h be 450h + 000005h * 4
Control Format7 Control Base Address Data Address XCD-SX910CR/SX910UV/SX910 XCD-X710CR/X710 Every register address is decided based on the base F0F0019Ch F8000000h E0000000 address found in the CommandRegsBase field of ConfigROM. F0F00000h is the control base address We find that the XCD-SX910CR/SX910UV/SX910 on this camera. supports video modes 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Format7, and the XCD-X710CR/X710 supports video modes 0, 1 and 2 of Format7. Next, for each video mode, we will find out which Inqui
Control Video modes supported XCD-SX910CR/SX910UV/SX910 FrameRate Format Mode ImageSize ColorCoding 30 15 7.5 3.75 1.875 05 640 × 480 Mono8 aaa – 6 640 × 480 Mono16 aa – 12 800 × 600 Mono8 aa –– 5 1024 × 768 Mono8 aaaa 6 800 × 600 Mono16 aa – 7 1024 × 768 Mono16 – aaa 22 1280 × 960 Mono8 – aaaa 6 1280 × 960 Mono16 – – aaa XCD-X710CR/X710 FrameRate Format Mode ImageSize ColorCoding 30 15 7.5 3.75 1.875 05 640 × 480 Mono8 aaaa – 6 640 × 480 Mono16 aaa – 12 800 × 600 Mono8 aaa –– 5 1024 × 768 Mono8
Control Video Mode Settings OneShot and MultiShot Select the video mode you want to use from the tables, This camera supports both OneShot and MultiShot and make the required settings. As examples, the commands. With a OneShot command, after outputting register settings for Format2, Mode2, and a frame rate a just one single-frame image, the camera enters an of 15 fps for the XCD-SX910CR/SX910UV/SX910, “idling” state. With a MultiShot command, the camera and Format1, Mode5, and a frame rate of 30
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