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January 11, 2010
Allied Vision Technologies (Canada) Inc.
www.alliedvisiontec.com tel: 604.875.8855 fax: 604.875.8856
© 2010 Allied Vision Technologies Inc. All rights reserved.
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A Table of Contents Table of Contents ............................................................................................................................ ii Introduction .................................................................................................................................1 Precautions ..................................................................................................................................1 Warranty ...
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A Introduction The GX1660 series of cameras are sensitive, 66 frames per second, 2 megapixel, Gigabit Ethernet cameras based on the Kodak KAI-02050 CCD sensor. These cameras support the use of 1 or 2 gigabit Ethernet ports in a lag configuration for higher bandwidth requirements. Precautions READ INSTALLATION GUIDE CAREFULLY. This document contains specific information which is necessary for the correct operation and treatment of this product. DO NOT OP
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A Specifications Sensor Type Kodak KAI-02050 Sensor Shutter Type Progressive Interline Image Resolution 1600 x 1200 pixels Pixel Size 5.5μm x 5.5μm Optical Format 2/3 inch Lens Mount C-mount with adjustable back focus † Color Sensor Filter Pattern Bayer Full Resolution Frame Rate 66 fps I/O 2 isolated inputs, 4 isolated outputs, RS-232 TX/RX, video auto-iris, motorized iris, focus, and zoom Power Requirements Less than 5.6W using a single Gige port Le
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A Supported Features Imaging Modes free-running, external trigger, fixed rate, software trigger Fixed Rate Control 0.001 fps to maximum frame rate External Trigger Delay 0 to 60 seconds in 1 microsecond increments External Trigger Event rising edge, falling edge, any edge, level high, level low Exposure Time 10 microseconds to 60 seconds in 1 microsecond increments Gain 0 to 34dB Region of Interest (ROI) independent x and y control with 1 pixel resolution***
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A Mechanical GX C-MOUNT 4 Allied Vision Technologies (Canada) Inc.
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A Connections GX CONNECTION DIAGRAM 5 Allied Vision Technologies (Canada) Inc.
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A GIGABIT ETHERNET PORTS These ports conform to the IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T standard for Gigabit Ethernet over copper. It is recommended that CAT5E or CAT6 compatible cabling and connectors be used for best performance. Cable lengths up to 100m are supported. For higher bandwidth requirements, both ports can be used in a link aggregation group (LAG) configuration. GENERAL PURPOSE IO PORT PIN FUNCTION 1 POWER GROUND 2 EXTERNAL POWER 3 SYNC OUT 4 4 SYNC IN 1
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A EXTERNAL POWER This connection provides the main power for the camera. The camera operates from a DC voltage between 5V to 24V. The current capacity of the power supply can be estimated by dividing the camera’s power requirement by the external power voltage. It is also recommended to factor this by about 50% as follows: Power supply current capacity = (power specification / external voltage) x 1.5 The conductor used for this connection must be adequate for
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A SYNC OUTPUTS (1 to 4) These signals are optically isolated and require the user to provide a high voltage level (USER VCC) and signal common (USER GROUND). USER VCC can be from 5V to 24V. ICC is a function of USER VCC and load resistor R. An example of the functional circuit is indicated in the following diagram. CAMERA USER TRIGGER CIRCUIT CIRCUIT 5V TO 24V VCC-USER PIN 10. USER VCC IF = 5mA 16 3.3V CAMERA 1 LOGIC SIGNAL 442R 2 100K 15 SYNC OUT V LOAD TLP281
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A These signals only function as outputs and can be configured as follows: Exposing Corresponds to when camera is integrating light. Trigger Ready Indicates when the camera will accept a trigger signal. Trigger Input A relay of the trigger input signal used to “daisy chain” the trigger signal for multiple cameras. Readout Valid when camera is reading out data. Strobe Programmable pulse based on one of the above events. Imaging Valid when camera is ex
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A LENS CONTROL PORT PIN FUNCTION 1 IRIS + 2 IRIS - 3 FOCUS + 4 FOCUS - 5 ZOOM + 6 ZOOM - 7 AUTO IRIS SIGNAL 8 GROUND LENS CONTROL PORT AS SEEN FROM BACK OF CAMERA This connector provides the signals necessary to control the iris, focus, and zoom of most commercially available TV Zoom lenses. The camera can be configured to operate lenses with unipolar voltage requirements of 6V up to 12V or lenses which operate with bipolar voltages from ±6V up
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A Cleaning the Sensor DO NOT CONTACT CLEAN SENSOR UNLESS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY. Identifying Debris Debris on the image sensor or optical components will appear as a darkened area or smudge on the image that does not move as the camera is moved. Do not confuse this with a pixel defect which will appear as a distinct point. Locating Debris Before attempting to clean the image sensor, it is important to first determine that the problem is due to debris on the
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A Adjusting the C-mount THE C-MOUNT IS ADJUSTED AT THE FACTORY AND SHOULD NOT REQUIRE ADJUSTING. If for some reason, the C-mount requires adjustment, use the following method. Loosen Locking Ring Use an adjustable wrench to loosen locking ring. Be careful not to scratch the camera. When the locking ring is loose, unthread the ring a few turns from the camera face. A wrench suitable for this procedure can be provided by AVT Canada Inc. (P/N 11-0048A)
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A Network Card Configuration Operating GigE Vision GX cameras using multiple network adaptors The GX series cameras offer two Gigabit Ethernet ports for image data transfer and control. Users can connect one or both ports on the GX to Ethernet adapter ports on a host computer. Connecting both ports will increase the available bandwidth to 240 MB/sec, allowing higher frame rates and resolutions than a single port connection. GX cameras can be operated in
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A 5. Click on “OK” to validate your change (the “Properties” window will close). The Property list will be different between different types/brands of gigabit Ethernet interface cards. If "Jumbo Frames" does not appear in this list, then your card probably does not support it. If your card does not support Jumbo Frames, then your CPU usage will be higher. 6. Re-open the "Properties" of the PRO/1000 GT adapter by right-clicking the Local Area Connection "I
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A 11. Specify a name for the Team (Link Aggregate Group). This should be something that will distinguish this adapter from others in your system. Click “Next” to continue. 12. Select the two Ethernet ports to which the GX camera will be connected. These ports will form our LAG or TEAM. Click “Next” to continue. 13. Choose “Static Link Aggregation”. Click “Next” to continue. 14. The LAG group will now be configured. You may be a
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A 15. Once completed the properties of the TEAM (LAG) that has just been created will appear. A new Network Connections Icon corresponding to the LAG group is created. You have now completed the Link Aggregate Group configuration. 16. Reboot the system 16 Allied Vision Technologies (Canada) Inc.
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A GigE Sample Viewer and Filter Driver o Download GigE Sample Viewer from www.alliedvisiontec.com. This will install the Sample Viewer application program, drivers, and optionally the Prosilica Filter Driver. The Filter Driver will improve CPU performance and is recommended. o Plug in the GX camera Ethernet cable(s) and power. Verify that the Green LED is a solid green. Run Sample Viewer. It will take a few seconds for the camera to be recognized, especially
GX1660 User Manual 70-0057A-A Trouble Shooting Is the camera getting power? The Green LED is the camera power indicator. If unlit, check the power adaptor. If possible, swap with one that is known to work. If using a custom power adaptor, be sure the adaptor supports the voltage and power requirements of the camera . If the LED still does not light up, contact AVT Canada Inc. support. Is the camera powered, but not detected in SampleViewer? Damaged or poor quality Ethernet cabling can
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