Nikon RDI user manual

User manual for the device Nikon RDI

Device: Nikon RDI
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Date of adding : 2014-06-25 15:24:34
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OWL CAMERA SERIES
CAM/CMOS-2K.LS

ULTRA-HIGH PERFORMANCE

Line Scan Camera






Camera User’s Manual
Models RDI & MRDI

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FAIRCHILD IMAGING OWL CAMERA SERIES USERS MANUAL The CAM/CMOS-2K.LS Line Scan Camera Rev A © 2004 Fairchild Imaging, Inc. Fairchild Imaging, Inc. 1801 McCarthy Blvd. Milpitas CA 95035 USA 1-800-325-6975 www.fairchildimaging.com PRELIMINARY DOCUMENT The information in this manual is preliminary. All information provided in this manual is believed to be correct at the time of writing. No responsibility is assumed by Fairchild Imaging for its use. Fairchild Imaging inten

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Table of Contents SECTION 1 Introduction to the CAM/CMOS-2K.LS Ultra-High Performance Line Scan Camera ........................................................ 5 1.1 Camera Highlights............................................................................................ 5 1.2 Camera Specification: RDI and MRDI Performance Specification .................. 6 1.3 Thermal Considerations ................................................................................... 7 1

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SECTION 5 Handling Instructions ...........................................................................................31 5.1 Electrostatic Discharge.....................................................................................31 5.2 Preventing ESD Damage .................................................................................31 5.3 Protecting Against Dust, Oil and Scratches......................................................31 5.4 Cleaning the Sensor Window ....

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SECTION 1 Introduction to the CAM/CMOS-2K.LS Ultra-High Performance Line Scan Camera 1.1 Camera Highlights Description The OWL CMOS Line Scan Camera is an ultra-sensitive camera for use in line scan applications that demand high performance under low light conditions. The camera is based upon a 2K CMOS linear sensor that utilizes an active reset technology to obtain high performance in low light applications while operating at very high data rates. Two versions of this camera a

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Full Spectrum of Applications • Precision manufacturing inspection • Web inspection • Sorting and routing • Biomedical readout systems • Diagnostic systems 1.2 Camera Specification: RDI and MRDI Performance Specification Table 1.2.1 Functions RDI MRDI Data rates Up to 80 MHz Up to 80 MHz Line rates 38 KHz 2.9 KHz Dynamic Range High gain 650:1 High gain 10,000:1 Low gain 1100:1 Low gain 31,000:1 Resolution 2048 pixels 2048 pixels Pixel size 7µm x 7µm 7µm x 7µm Max Clock sp

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Table 1.2.2 Settings and Controls Function Factory User Camera Calibrated Settable Link Reset to Default Conditions X X Fixed Pattern Noise Correction X X X PRNU Correction X X Integration Time X X External Synch / Free Run X X Pixel Level Gain X X Line Synchronization X X Test Patterns X X X 1.3 Thermal Considerations The CAM/CMOS 2K.LS has been carefully designed to separate the camera electronics from the image sensor. In addition, the Fairchild Imaging CMOS sensor ru

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Figure 1.3.1 RDI and MRDI Responsivity Curve 1.4 Image Sensor Pixel level processing image sensors are based on the principle that photons induced by charge at the pixel site should be converted to, as nearly as possible, a noise-free signal at the pixel site. The application of this principle produces the lowest possible noise and also allows signal control at each pixel. As is true in other sensors, photons induce charge which is collected on a capacitor at the photo site. In a p

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Figure 1.4.1 Fairchild Imaging • CAM/CMOS-2K.LS Line Scan Camera User’s Manual • Rev A • 9 of 41

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SECTION 2 Camera Hardware Interface 2.1 Installation Overview Before you integrate your camera into your system you should first determine some basic operating parameters such as what resolution you need. Do you know the speed of the object that your camera will be inspecting? One additional point you want to keep in mind is your lighting requirement. One major item that you should identify early on in developing your system is the source of your EXSYNC control signal ( framegr

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Table 2.2.1 Camera Pin # Frame Grabber Pin # Channel Link Signal 1 1 Inner shield 14 14 Inner shield 2 25 X0 15 12 X0+ 3 24.0 X1- 16 11 X1+ 4 23 X2- 17 10 X2+ 5 22 Xclk 18 9 Xclk+ 6 21 X3 19 8 X3+ 7 20 SerTC+ 20 7 SerTC- 8 19 SerTFG- 21 6 SerTFG+ 9 18 CC1- 22 5 CC1+ 10 17 CC2- 23 4 CC2+ 11 16 CC3- 24 3 CC3+ 12 15 CC4- 25 2 CC4+ 13 13 Inner shield 26 26 Inner shield Notes: • Exterior overshield is connected to the shells of the connectors on both ends. • 3M part 14

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Table 2.3.1 Hirose HR25-7TR-4P Receptacle Pin # Description 1 Ground 2 5.0 – 6.0V DC 3 No Connection 4 No Connection If you are using an adjustable lab power supply it is extremely important that you apply the apppropriate voltage to your camera. Incorrect voltage might damage the camera. Figure 2.3.1 Back View of CAM/CMOS – 2K.LS 2.4 LED Indicator Status Lamp Table 2.4.1 Light Color Status Green Running Blinking Amber/Red Busy with command

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SECTION 3 Camera Control TM 3.1 Quick Start with the Camera Link Interface Follow your Frame Grabber manufacturer’s instructions when inserting the frame grabber card into your PC. Be sure that you install the correct configuration software that matches the camera that you are using. At this point your camera should already be connected to the DC power supply, and connected to the frame grabber in your PC. Your frame grabber will see our camera and start communicating almost immed

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VER This command will show you the current software version in your camera. The camera returns………………...FPGA REV.2.5 The current value may be different Micro rev. 0.90 Prod rev. A 1.01 SLR This command allows you to set line rate, enter value and enter. The range for line rate should be 204 – 38610. CPO This command allows you to Calibrate Pixel Offset. You can observe this command by the blinking green/amber LED. When the LED stops blinking, that means that the calibration of

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SSM This command allows you to set the Sync mode. When selecting the option you need, enter the appropriate single digit number, and then hit enter. Value Function The camera returns …………..…..1 Free run 2 External Sync 3 External Sync, fixed integration 4 External Sync, electronic shutter SCM This command allows you to select a correction mode. When selecting the option you need, enter the appropriate single digit number and then

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LED This command allows you to change the color. When selecting the option you need to, enter the appropriate single digit number and hit enter. Your screen will be blank during this command You can input one of the following: Value Function 0 Amber 1 Green 2 Red 3 Off GDA This command allows you to show all of the DACs (Digital to Analog Converter). When selecting the option you need, enter the appropriate single digit number and hit enter. The camera returns

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SBS Value Function Set bit shift 0 12 bit 1 10 bit 2 8 bit CAO Adjust analog video offset mismatch. Calibrate analog offset 200 DN. SAG Set analog gain 0 – 10 db CAG Adjust analog video gain mismatch. Calibrate analog gain. GSN Get camera serial number, returns 128 character string: serial number, model, etc. SGH Set gain high. Set pixel gain in sensor. SGL Set gain low. Set pixel gain in sensor. 3.3

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Command Definition Summary CBR Change Baud rate This function allows user to select baud rate LED Light Emitting Diode Change LED state GDA Get DAC All Returns current DAC setting as a voltage SDN Set DAC number Change DAC (n) value GDN Get DAC number Get DAC (n) value SBS Set Bit shift This function allows user to shift 12, 10, 8 bit video SAP Stores all parameters This function allows you to save default or user settings RAP Recalls all parameters This function allows user to re

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

ExSync Line Synchronization with Electronic Shutter Control is the fourth mode (Figure 3.4.5). It gives the user asynchronous hardware control both start and end of integration. TM The control lines ExSync and ElectronicShutter are CameraLink lines CC1 and CC2 respectively as described in Reference A, and must be asserted by the frame grabber. Table 3.4.1 Summary of CAM/CMOS-2K.LS Modes Line Start End Line Mode Synchronization Start of of End Trigger Integration Integration The Li

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Table 3.4.2 -- Mode 1: Freerunning ...in this basic mode, usually used for diagnostics & debugging, no triggering is applied to the camera... ...instead, the camera drives the system with the LineValid Camera Output. The Line Period and Integration t LinePeriod n n+1 t Reset t IntegrationMax t Initiation may be shortened with the Command Software LineValid Camera Output t XFR t Readout 2048 Clock Cycles Data Cam era Output 1 2 3 2047 2048 Strobe Camera Output


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