ADLINK Technology PCIe-FIW Series User`s manual

PCIe-2602
3G-SDI Audio/Video Capture Card
User’s Manual
Manual Rev.:
3.00
Revision Date:
Aug. 23, 2013
Part No:
50-11251-1010
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Revision History
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Revision
Release Date
Description of Change(s)
2.00
June 28, 2013
Initial release
3.00
Aug. 23, 2013
Revised specification
PCIe-2602
Preface
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Conventions
Take note of the following conventions used throughout this
manual to make sure that users perform certain tasks and
instructions properly.
Additional information, aids, and tips that help users perform
tasks.
NOTE:
CAUTION:
WARNING:
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Information to prevent minor physical injury, component damage, data loss, and/or program corruption when trying to complete a task.
Information to prevent serious physical injury, component
damage, data loss, and/or program corruption when trying to
complete a specific task.
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PCIe-2602
Table of Contents
Revision History...................................................................... ii
Preface .................................................................................... iii
List of Figures ....................................................................... vii
List of Tables.......................................................................... ix
1 Introduction ........................................................................ 1
1.1
Overview.............................................................................. 1
1.2
Features............................................................................... 1
1.3
Applications ......................................................................... 1
1.4
1.5
Specifications....................................................................... 2
1.4.1
Software Support........................................................ 2
1.4.2
Video & Audio............................................................. 2
1.4.3
Power Consumption ................................................... 4
1.4.4
Electrical ..................................................................... 4
1.4.5
Physical ...................................................................... 6
Schematics, I/O and Indicators............................................ 6
1.5.1
SDI Connector ............................................................ 8
1.5.2
RS-485 Connector...................................................... 8
1.5.3
DI/O (Digital Input/Output) Connector ........................ 9
1.5.4
LED Indicators .......................................................... 13
1.5.5
Switch Settings ......................................................... 15
1.5.6
Digital I/O Connections............................................. 17
1.5.7
RS-485 Connection .................................................. 22
2 Getting Started ................................................................. 25
2.1
Unpacking Checklist .......................................................... 25
2.2
Installation.......................................................................... 25
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A Appendix: ViewCreator Pro Utility ...................................27
A.0.1
Devices Panel........................................................... 28
A.0.2
Tool Panel ................................................................ 29
A.0.3
Display Panel............................................................ 36
A.0.4
Status Panel ............................................................. 36
A.0.5
Display Menu ............................................................ 37
A.0.6
Color Format Menu................................................... 38
A.0.7
Audio Format Menu .................................................. 38
A.0.8
Image Size Menu...................................................... 39
A.0.9
Tool Menu................................................................. 39
A.0.10
Help Menu ................................................................ 40
B Appendix: PCIe-2602 Benchmark.....................................43
B.1
Recommended System Configuration ............................... 43
B.2
Benchmarks ....................................................................... 43
B.2.1
Test 1........................................................................ 43
B.2.2
Test 2........................................................................ 44
B.2.3
Test 3........................................................................ 44
B.2.4
Test 4........................................................................ 44
B.2.5
Test 5........................................................................ 45
B.2.6
Test 6........................................................................ 45
Important Safety Instructions............................................... 47
Getting Service ...................................................................... 49
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List of Figures
Figure 1-1: PCIe-2602 Schematic Diagram ....................................... 6
Figure 1-2: PCIe-2602 Board Layout ................................................. 7
Figure 1-3: I/O & Indicator Panel........................................................ 7
Figure 1-4: SDI Connector ................................................................. 8
Figure 1-5: RS-485 Connector ........................................................... 8
Figure 1-6: DI/O Connector................................................................ 9
Figure 1-7: D-sub Connector Cable ................................................. 11
Figure 1-8: D-sub Connector Cable Exterior Connector .................. 12
Figure 1-9: LED Indicators ............................................................... 13
Figure 1-10: Switch Locations............................................................ 15
Figure 1-11: PCIe-2602 Digital Input Functional Block Diagram........ 17
Figure 1-12: Sinking DI: Slider # of Switch 4 OFF ............................. 18
Figure 1-13: Sourcing DI: Slider # of Switch 4 is ON ......................... 19
Figure 1-14: PCIe -2602 Digital Output Functional Block Diagram.... 20
Figure 1-15: Sinking DO: Slider # of Switch 5 is OFF ........................ 21
Figure 1-16: Sourcing DO: Slider # of Switch 5 is ON ....................... 22
Figure 1-17: RS-485 Connection ....................................................... 23
Figure A-1: ViewCreator Pro Interface ............................................. 27
Figure A-2: Devices Panel................................................................ 28
Figure A-3: Status Panel .................................................................. 36
Figure A-4: SDI Display Menu .......................................................... 37
Figure A-5: DI/O Dialog .................................................................... 40
Figure A-6: About Device Dialog ...................................................... 41
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Board Layout Legend ...................................................... 7
SDI Connector Pin Assignment ....................................... 8
RS-485 Connector Pin Assignment ................................. 9
D I/O Connector Pin Assignments ................................. 10
D-sub Connector Cable Exterior Connector
Pin Assignments ............................................................ 13
LEDs 0 and 2 Indicator Legend ..................................... 13
LEDs 1 and 3 Indicator Legend ..................................... 14
Switch Functions............................................................ 15
Card ID Switch Settings (S1) ......................................... 16
D I/O Switch Settings (S4) ............................................. 16
D I/O Switch Settings (S5) ............................................. 17
Devices Panel Items ...................................................... 28
Tool Panel Controls ....................................................... 30
FocusValue Tools .......................................................... 35
Status Panel Display Categories ................................... 36
SDI (BNC) Available Formats ........................................ 38
Available Color Formats ................................................ 38
Available Audio Formats................................................ 38
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Introduction
1.1 Overview
The PCIe-2602 3G-SDI Audio/Video Capture Card, based on the
PCI Express® x4 interface, enables acquisition of 2 channels
3G-SDI, low latency, and raw video data signals up to
1920x1080P/60fps (frames per second).
Thanks to 3G capability, ADLINK’s PCIe-2602 supports high accuracy color format, such as 12 bit 4:4:4 1080i/60fps or 10 bit 4:2:2
1080P/60fps, and when combined with a suitable 75Ω coaxial
cable, 3G-SDI signals can be transmitted over 100 m, suiting the
PCIe-2602 for medical imaging and intelligent video surveillance
and analysis.
The included ViewCreator Pro® utility enables setup, configuration, testing, and system debugging without requiring any software
programming. As well, ADLINK's drivers are compatible with
Microsoft® DirectShow, reducing engineering efforts and accelerating time to market.
1.2 Features
X
Support for 2-CH 3G-SDI video signal, up to 1920 x
1080P/60fps video stream
X
Low latency, uncompressed video streaming
X
High accuracy color format support, 12 bit 4:4:4 1080i/60fps
or 10 bit 4:2:2 1080P/60fps
X
Cabling distances up to 100m (w/ compatible 75Ω coaxial
cable)
X
Directshow support
X
RS-485 and Digital I/O provided
X
PCI Express x4 compliant signal
X
Connection Status LED
1.3 Applications
The PCIe-2602, featuring 3G signal capture ability and support for
highly accurate color formatting, is ideal for frame grab function in
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a wide variety of applications, including medical imaging and intelligent video surveillance or analytics.
The PCIe-2602 Function Library Reference can be downloaded from the product’s pages at http://www.adlinktech.com
NOTE:
1.4 Specifications
The PCIe-2602 provides 2 BNC connectors that support 2 channels of video and embedded audio, with maximum video data
throughput of 2.97Gb/s, with 1.485G and 270M bps supported,
and RS-485 and digital I/O simplify connection with other devices.
1.4.1
Software Support
X
OS supported: Win 7/XP/8, 32/64-bit
X
Software compatibility: Visual C++, C#, Visual Basic.Net,
Borland C++ Builder
NOTE:
1.4.2
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 must be installed if the OS is
Windows 8, to ensure complete installation and proper utility
function
Video & Audio
The PCIe-2602 supports the following video and audio formats.
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Item
Specification
Color space
Replicates video source
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Item
Specification
SD Interlace pattern
525i(720x486i@59.94/60Hz),
625i(720x576i@50Hz)
HD interlace pattern
1080i50(1920x1080i@50Hz),
1080i60(1920x1080i@59.94/60Hz)
HD progressive
pattern
720p24(1280x720p@24Hz),
720p25(1280x720p@25Hz),
720p30(1280x720p@30Hz),
720p50(128x720p@50Hz),
720p60(128x720p@59.94/60Hz),
1080p24(1920x1080p@23.98/24Hz,
1080p25(1920x1080p@25Hz),
1080p30(1920x1080p@30Hz),
1080p50(1920x1080p@50Hz),
1080p60(1920x1080p@59.94/60Hz)
8/10 bit 4:4:4
1080p24, 1080p25, 1080p30,
720p24, 720p25, 720p30*, 720p50,
720p60, 1080i50, 1080i60
12 bit 4:4:4
1080p24, 1080p25, 1080p30,
1080i50, 1080i60
8/10 bit 4:2:2
1080p50, 1080p60, 1080p24,
1080p25, 1080p30, 720p24,
720p25, 720p30, 720p50, 720p60,
1080i50, 1080i60
12 bit 4:2:2
1080p24, 1080p25, 1080p30,
1080i50, 1080i60
8 bit 4:2:2
525i, 625i
Video input
resolution
Supported
video
sampling
Audio
channel
2 channels/port
Audio sample
16/20/24 bits (setting must follow audio source)
word length
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NOTE:
1.4.3
1.4.4
If the input source is 720p30, 8/10 bit 4:4:4, the PCIe-2602 can
only capture the video signal without audio signal. In ViewCreator Pro, adjust Video Format and Color Format to display the
image normally. Format in the API GetDetectedSensorFormat
(UINT Number, int& Format) will return -1 when the input
source is 720p30, 8/10 bit 4:4:4.
Power Consumption
Test Item
Value
DC 3.3V
1.5A
DC 12V
1.2A
Electrical
The following specification includes values for SDI, PCI Express,
and digital Input and Output.
Parameter
Min.
Type
Max.
--
2.2V
--
Comment
SDI
Serial input common
mode voltage
PCI Express
Differential Input High
Threshold for
REFCLK and PER
Differential Input Low
Threshold for
REFCLK and PER
+300mV
Rt=100ohm,
VCM=+1.2V
-300mV
High Differential
Output for PET
Low Differential
Output for PET
4
-300mV
+300mV Rt=100ohm,
VCM=+1.25
V
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Parameter
Min.
Type
Max.
Input High Threshold
for WAKE#, PERST# , +2.0V
SMCLK and SMDAT
+3.45V
Input Low Threshold
for WAKE#, PERST#,
SMCLK and SMDAT
+0.8V
-0.3V
Comment
Digital Input
Number of Channels
4 digital inputs
Input Resistance
1 KΩ
Input High Threshold
2V
12V
Input Low Threshold
0V
0.8V
Input power
dissipation
0W
0.17W
Input signal
Frequency
Test
condition:
Ta=25℃
1kHz
Test
condition:
Ta=25℃
50mA
Test
condition:
Ta=25℃
Digital Output
Number of Channels
4 digital outputs
Output sink current
Output Type
Open collect/TTL
TTL mode
Power on status
Open
collect
mode
High Z
High
State(+5V)
Response Time
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1kHz
Test
condition:
Ta=25℃
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Physical
Dimensions
149mm x 111.15mm
Operating Temperature
0˚C to 60˚C
Storage Temperature
-20°C to 80°C
Humidity
5%~95% (non-condensing)
Safety Compliance
CE & FCC
1.5 Schematics, I/O and Indicators
All dimensions shown are in mm
NOTE:
162.74
149
98.4
111.15
126.37
Figure 1-1: PCIe-2602 Schematic Diagram
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A
B
C
Figure 1-2: PCIe-2602 Board Layout
A
D I/O
B
SDI
C
RS-485
Table 1-1: Board Layout Legend
I/O and indicator panel elements are labeled as follows
Figure 1-3: I/O & Indicator Panel
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1.5.1
SDI Connector
1
2
Figure 1-4: SDI Connector
Pin
Function
Type
1
SDI signal
Input
2
SDI signal GND
Reference ground
Table 1-2: SDI Connector Pin Assignment
1.5.2
RS-485 Connector
The PCIe-2602 RS-485 connector is a DSUB-9 male configuration.
1
5
6
9
Figure 1-5: RS-485 Connector
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Pin
Function
Type
1
RS485 Channel 1 data+
Dual direction
2
RS485 Channel 1 data-
Dual direction
3
RS485 Channel 2 data+
Dual direction
4
RS485 Channel 2 data-
Dual direction
5
Digital GND
Reference ground
6
Digital GND
Reference ground
7
Digital GND
Reference ground
8
Digital GND
Reference ground
9
Digital GND
Reference ground
Table 1-3: RS-485 Connector Pin Assignment
1.5.3
DI/O (Digital Input/Output) Connector
The PCIe-2602 DI/O connector is a 16 pin-header configuration.
15
1
16
2
Figure 1-6: DI/O Connector
Pin
Function Type
1
DI3-
Digital Input channel 3 invert pin
2
DI0+
Digital Input channel 0 non-invert pin
3
DI2-
Digital Input channel 2 invert pin
4
DI1+
Digital Input channel 1 non-invert pin
5
DI1-
Digital Input channel 1 invert pin
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Pin
Function Type
6
DI2+
Digital Input channel 2 non-invert pin
7
DI0-
Digital Input channel 0 invert pin
8
DI3+
Digital Input channel 3 non-invert pin
9
DO0
Digital Output channel 0
10
GND
Digital Ground
11
DO1
Digital Output channel 1
12
GND
Digital Ground
13
DO2
Digital Output channel 2
14
Clamp
Digital Output Darlington IC clamping
voltage
15
DO3
Digital output channel 3
Table 1-4: D I/O Connector Pin Assignments
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External access to the DI/O connector can be provided using
ADLINK's separately available D-sub connector cable with external bracket (ADLINK part number: 30-25013-0000).
Figure 1-7: D-sub Connector Cable
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15
8
9
1
Figure 1-8: D-sub Connector Cable Exterior Connector
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Pin
Function
Type
1
DI3-
Input
9
DI0+
Input
2
DI2-
Input
10
DI1+
Input
3
DI1-
Input
11
DI2+
Input
4
DI0-
Input
12
DI3+
Input
5
DO0
Output
13
GND
DO Ground
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Pin
Function
Type
6
DO1
Output
14
GND
DO Ground
7
DO2
Output
15
DO clamp
DO Power
8
DO3
Output
Table 1-5: D-sub Connector Cable Exterior Connector Pin Assignments
1.5.4
LED Indicators
Four LED indicators on the I/O panel indicate SDI signal connection and status.
Figure 1-9: LED Indicators
LEDs 0 and 1 indicate status of vertical synchronization signals,
while 2 and 3 confirm data verification, as follows.
LED 0
LED 2
Description
Blinking
On
The input signal is identified and channel 0
is functioning normally
Off
No input is detected or the input signal
cannot be identified. The connection or
cable should be checked, or the input
signal format determined to be SDI.
Off
Table 1-6: LEDs 0 and 2 Indicator Legend
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LED 1
LED 3
Description
Blinking
On
The input signal is identified and channel 1
is functioning normally
Off
No input is detected or the input signal
cannot be identified. The connection or
cable should be checked, or the input
signal format determined to be SDI.
Off
Table 1-7: LEDs 1 and 3 Indicator Legend
NOTE:
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If a signal is received but unidentified, please check the SDI
signal format according to Section 1.4.2 Video & Audio. The
PCIe-2602 may support resolutions not listed, please contact
ADLINK FAE for support.
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1.5.5
Switch Settings
Switches for digital I/O and card ID settings, allowing identification
of individual cards in a multi-card system, are located as follows.
S1
S4
S5
Figure 1-10: Switch Locations
Switch
Function
S1
Card ID Settings
S4-S5
Digital I/O Settings
Table 1-8: Switch Functions
Default setting for sliders S1, S4 and S5 is OFF
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Card ID
Slider 1
Slider 2
Slider 3
Slider 4
15
on
on
on
on
14
off
on
on
on
13
on
off
on
on
12
off
off
on
on
11
on
on
off
on
10
off
on
off
on
9
on
off
off
on
8
off
off
off
on
7
on
on
on
off
6
off
on
on
off
5
on
off
on
off
4
off
off
on
off
3
on
on
off
off
2
off
on
off
off
1
on
off
off
off
0
off
off
off
off
Table 1-9: Card ID Switch Settings (S1)
DI Channel
DI Status
Slider Setting
DI0
Pulled high to +5V
1
On
DI0
Low
1
Off
DI1
Pulled high to +5V
2
On
DI1
Low
2
Off
DI2
Pulled high to +5V
3
On
DI2
Low
3
Off
DI3
Pulled high to +5V
4
On
DI3
Low
4
Off
Table 1-10: D I/O Switch Settings (S4)
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DI Channel
DI Status
Slider Setting
DO0
Pulled high to +5V
1
On
DO0
Low
1
Off
DO1
Pulled high to +5V
2
On
DO1
Low
2
Off
DO2
Pulled high to +5V
3
On
DO2
Low
3
Off
DO3
Pulled high to +5V
4
On
DO3
Low
4
Off
Table 1-11: D I/O Switch Settings (S5)
1.5.6
Digital I/O Connections
Function block diagrams and connection examples for digital I/O
settings follow.
Digital Input
Figure 1-11: PCIe-2602 Digital Input Functional Block Diagram
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In the following, varying situations are illustrated in which channel
# of digital input is connected, where # is 0 to 3.
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+5V
330Ÿ
+3.3V
S4
DI IN# + (From
Connector)
DI#(To FPGA)
VCC from user
1kŸ
DI IN# - (From
Connector)
API (DI Status)
DO Status
from User
1
High Z
0
Low
DC
DO from user
Figure 1-12: Sinking DI: Slider # of Switch 4 OFF
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+5V
330Ÿ
+3.3V
S4
DI IN# +(From
Connector)
DI#(To FPGA)
1kŸ
DI IN# - (From
Connector)
DO from user
GND
API (DI Status)
DO Status
from User
1
High Z
0
Low
Figure 1-13: Sourcing DI: Slider # of Switch 4 is ON
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Digital Output
Figure 1-14: PCIe -2602 Digital Output Functional Block Diagram
In the following, varying situations are illustrated in which channel
# of digital output is connected, where # is 0 to 3.
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Clamp
+5V
User VCC
DC
User Device
Load
Darlington
Driver
S5
User DI
DO# (From
FPGA)
DO Out# (To
connector)
GND
API (DO Output)
DO Out# to
Connector
1
Low(0V)
0
High Z
Figure 1-15: Sinking DO: Slider # of Switch 5 is OFF
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Clamp
+5V
330Ÿ
Darlington
Driver
S5
User DI
DO# (From
FPGA)
DO Out# (To
connector)
User Device
Load
GND
API(DO Output)
DO Out# to
Connector
1
Low (0V)
0
High (+5V)
Figure 1-16: Sourcing DO: Slider # of Switch 5 is ON
1.5.7
RS-485 Connection
PCIe-2602 supports RS-485 protocol
To avoid signal reflections, each bus segment must be blanked at
its physical beginning and end with the characteristic impedance.
A resistor, Rt, is installed for this purpose, with – 130Ω ± 2% the
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recommended value. Detailed connection of the Rt is as follows.
PCIe-2602 supports BUS topology.
User device
PCIe-2602
D+
D+
130ȍ
130ȍ
(Rt)
D-
D-
Figure 1-17: RS-485 Connection
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Getting Started
2.1 Unpacking Checklist
Before unpacking, check the shipping carton for any damage. If
the shipping carton and/or contents are damaged, inform your
dealer immediately. Retain the shipping carton and packing
materials for inspection. Obtain authorization from your dealer
before returning any product to ADLINK. Ensure that the following items are included in the package.
X
PCIe-2602 unit
X
Quick Start Guidel
OEM versions with non-standard configuration, functionality, or
packaging may vary according to individual requirements.
NOTE:
2.2 Installation
The following describes installation of the PCIe-2602 module on
the PCI express bus.
1. Remove the computer cover according to the computer
manual..
NOTE:
A vacant PCI express slot is required for installation of the
PCIe-2602 module; if none is available, remove a PCI express
board and note the slot number.
2. Remove the slot cover (if any).
3. Carefully position the PCIe-2602 in the selected PCI
express slot. If installing in a tower computer, align the
board with the board slots.
4. Press the board firmly but carefully into the connector.
5. Anchor the board with the screw.
6. Connect the SDI source and PCIe-2602 with the BNC
coaxial cable.
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7. Power up the computer.
The PCIe-2602 can be installed in a PCI Express x4, x8, or
pcie PCIe x16 slot.
NOTE:
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Appendix A ViewCreator Pro Utility
The included ViewCreator Pro utility provides simple yet powerful
setup, configuration, testing, and debugging of your vision system.
NOTE:
ViewCreator Pro is available for Windows XP/7/8 systems only,
with recommended screen resolution exceeding 800x600.
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 must be installed if the OS is
Windows 8, to ensure complete installation and proper utility
function
ViewCreator Pro provides
X
32/64-bit compatibility under Windows XP/Vista/7 DirectShow driver
X
Access to and configuration of PCIe-2602 cards
X
Video picture adjustment
X
Image file (BMP or JPG) viewing and saving
X
Access to general purpose I/O
Figure A-1: ViewCreator Pro Interface
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The ViewCreator Pro interface provides a variety of panels and
toolbars, allowing comprehensive task performance in all areas of
function.
A.0.1
Devices Panel
Figure A-2: Devices Panel
Panel Item
Function
Local
Lists cards on the local system supported by
ViewCreator Pro
Active
Device
The device to which all operations will apply
Inactive
Device
Currently inactive devices which can be activated
by selection from this menu
Active port
The port to which all operations will apply
Inactive port
Currently inactive port which can be activated by
selection from this menu
Table A-1: Devices Panel Items
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A.0.2
Tool Panel
Tool
Button Function
ContinueGrab
Toggles continuous acquisition of images
.
Captures a single image
SnapShot
.
Hide/Show Image
Toggles display of the image
.
FitSize
Resizes the image to fit the display area
.
Restores the image to original size
OriginalSize
.
ZoomIn
Increases image closeup
.
Decreases image closeup
ZoomOut
.
FocusCross
.
Focus Value
Displays blue crosshairs at any selected point
on the image, the pixel values of which are
displayed on the Status Panel
(See FocusValue Operating Details)
.
Histogram
Fourier
Transform
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Opens a window showing the histogram of the
. display region
Opens a window showing the
Fourier-Transformed image
.
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Tool
HSI Conversion
YCbCr Enable
Image Flip
Button Function
Opens a window showing the HSI values along
. the selected line on the image
Transforms the image to YCbCr color space,
. toggling YCbCr Enable/Y Enable (CbCr=128)/
CbCr Enable (Y=0)/YCbCr Disable
Toggles No Flip/Flip X axis (horizontal)/Flip Y
axis (vertical)
.
Record
Toggles Record function
(Function supports only 4:2:2 8-bit video input)
.
Table A-2: Tool Panel Controls
FocusValue Operating Details
A Focus Value window opens, displaying pixel values along a
selected horizontal line of the image, which is displayed as red.
Selecting the displayed image allows movement of the
selected line.
If acquisition is in progress, the background color of the window
is gray. The chart updates immediately once an image is
acquired. The x-axis region is determined by the number of
horizontal pixels shown in the display panel.
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When acquisition is complete, the background color of the window changes to black. X-axis size is the width of the entire
image.
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If the image is chromatic, three curves, individually representing red, green, and blue are shown.
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If the color format of captured image is YUV, three curves individually representing Y, U, and V are shown.
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FocusValue Tools
Tool
Button
Function
Zoom In
Increases closeup on the area in the
FocusValue window bound by the green
rectangle, which can be resized by
dragging the side borders
Differential
Displays slope of the line for the area in the
FocusValue window bound by the green
rectangle, which can be resized by
dragging the side borders
Show/Hide
Red Values
Toggles display of red pixel values.
Show/Hide
Green Values
Toggles display of green pixel values.
Show/Hide
Blue Values
Toggles display of blue pixel values.
Show/Hide Y
Values
Toggles display of Y pixel values.
Show/Hide U
Values
Toggles display of U pixel values.
Show/Hide V
Values
Toggles display of V pixel values.
Table A-3: FocusValue Tools
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A.0.3
Display Panel
Captured images are displayed on this panel as shown.
A.0.4
Status Panel
Displays image acquisition, signal, and image statistics, as shown.
Figure A-3: Status Panel
Top Row (L to R)
Selected port and channel
Cursor position
Pixel value
Capture rate
Display rate
Total captured frames
Display magnification
(horizontal & vertical ratios)
Bottom Row (L to R)
Red component statistics
Green component statistics
Blue component statistics
Signal detection status
Table A-4: Status Panel Display Categories
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A.0.5
Display Menu
Allows selection of desired video format based on SDI(BNC).
The SDI menu is shown open as an example.
Figure A-4: SDI Display Menu
Format
Resolution
525i 29.97/30 fps
720 x 486
625i 25 fps
720 x 576
720p 24 fps
1280 x 720
720p 25 fps
1280 x 720
720p 30 fps
1280 x 720
720p 50 fps
1280 x 720
720p 59.94/60 fps
1280 x 720
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Format
Resolution
1080i 25 fps
1920 x 1080
1080i 29.97/30 fps
1920 x 1080
1080p 23.98/24 fps
1920 x 1080
1080p 25 fps
1920 x 1080
1080p 30 fps
1920 x 1080
1080p 50 fps
1920 x 1080
1080p 59.97/60 fps
1920 x 1080
Table A-5: SDI (BNC) Available Formats
A.0.6
Color Format Menu
Sets the captured image to the selected color format.
YCbCr 4:2:2 8bit (YUY2)
YCbCr 4:4:4 8bit (YUV8)
RGB 4:4:4 8bit (RGB24)
YCbCr 4:2:2 10bit (YU10)
YCbCr 4:4:4 10bit (YUV10)
RGB 4:4:4 10bit (GBR30)
YCbCr 4:2:2 12bit (YU12)
YCbCr 4:4:4 12bit (YUV12)
RGB 4:4:4 12bit (RGB36)
Table A-6: Available Color Formats
A.0.7
Audio Format Menu
Sets the audio format, with available Sample Rates and Channels
variable according to the input selected.
Sampling Rate
48 kHz
Sample Bits
16 bit
20 bit
24 bit
Channels
2.0 (2)
Table A-7: Available Audio Formats
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A.0.8
Image Size Menu
Top-down
Enables top-down image display.
Top-down function, when enabled, may improve capture efficency in computers experiencing low frame rate due to performance.
Auto Detect
Automatically detects image resolution
A.0.9
Tool Menu
DI/O
Sets and retrieves digital input/output status, select digital output
and digital input conditions.
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Figure A-5: DI/O Dialog
A.0.10 Help Menu
About Device
Displays card ID, hardware version, firmware version, driver version, and utility version information.
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Figure A-6: About Device Dialog
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Appendix B PCIe-2602 Benchmark
PCIe-2602 delivers 2-CH 1080P/60 fps raw video data requiring
PCIe X4 or more. If bandwidth is insufficient, abnormal images
may be generated or frames lost. In some systems, the bandwidth
of PCIe slots may be shared. When frame capture rate deviates
from that expected, check the PCIe slot setting in the computer
user manual or BIOS.
B.1 Recommended System Configuration
CPU
Intel i5 or above
RAM
4GB
OS
Win XP/7/8 (Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 is needed
for Win 8)
B.2 Benchmarks
B.2.1
Test 1
Motherboard
NuPRO-E330
Backplane
EBP-9E2
CPU
Intel® Core™ i7 860 2.8GHz
Memory
1GB X 2
OS
Win7 Pro 32 bit
Input signal
1080p 60fps,YUV 4:2:2, 10 bit
Card ID
0 (PCIe x16 slot)
1 (PCIe x 4 slot)
Channel number
0
1
0
1
Captured Frame
Rate (fps)
60
60
60
60
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B.2.2
Platform
MXC-6300
CPU
Intel® Core™ i7 3610QE 2.30GHz
Memory
8GB X2
OS
WinXP Professional 32 bit
Input signal
1080p 60fps,YUV 4:2:2, 10 bit
Card#
0 (PCIe x8 slot)
1 (PCIe x8 slot)
Channel#
0
1
0
1
Captured Frame
Rate (fps)
60
60
60
60
B.2.3
Test 3
Motherboard
GIGA-X58A-UD3R
CPU
Intel® Core™ i7 920 2.67GHz
Memory
4GB X 1
OS
Win7 Pro 32 bit
Input signal
1080p 60fps,YUV 4:2:2, 10 bit
Card ID
0 (PCIe x16 slot)
1 (PCIe x16 slot)
Channel Number
0
1
0
1
Captured Frame
Rate (fps)
60
60
60
60
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Test 2
Test 4
Motherboard
ASUS P6TSE
CPU
Intel® Core™ i7 920 2.67GHz
Memory
2GB X 1
OS
Win7 Ultimate 32 bit
Input signal
1080p 60fps,YUV 4:2:2, 10 bit
Card ID
0 (PCIe x16 slot)
1 (PCIe x16 slot)
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Channel Number
0
1
0
1
Captured Frame
Rate (fps)
60
60
60
60
B.2.5
Test 5
Motherboard
ASUS P8P67
CPU
Intel® i5 2400
Memory
2GB X 1
OS
Win7 Pro 32 bit
Input signal
1080p 60fps,YUV 4:2:2, 10 bit
Card ID
0 (PCIe x16 slot)
NA
Channel Number
0
1
NA
NA
Captured Frame
Rate (fps)
60
60
NA
NA
The PCIe PCIe x16 slot setting is changed to “X4 mode” via
BIOS.
NOTE:
B.2.6
Test 6
Motherboard
GIGA-X58A-UD7
CPU
Intel® Core™ i7 950 3.07 GHz
Memory
2GB X 2
OS
Win7 Pro 32 bit
Input signal
1080p 60fps,YUV 4:2:2, 10 bit
Card ID
0 (PCIe x16 slot) 1 (PCIe x16 slot)
2 (PCIe x16 slot)
Channel Number
0
1
0
1
0
1
Captured Frame
Rate (fps)
60
60
60
60
60
60
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Important Safety Instructions
For user safety, please read and follow all instructions,
WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTES marked in this manual
and on the associated equipment before handling/operating the
equipment.
X
Read these safety instructions carefully.
X
Keep this user’s manual for future reference.
X
Read the specifications section of this manual for detailed
information on the operating environment of this equipment.
X
When installing/mounting or uninstalling/removing
equipment:
Z
X
Turn off power and unplug any power cords/cables.
To avoid electrical shock and/or damage to equipment:
Z
Keep equipment away from water or liquid sources;
Z
Keep equipment away from high heat or high humidity;
Z
Keep equipment properly ventilated (do not block or
cover ventilation openings);
Z
Make sure to use recommended voltage and power
source settings;
Z
Always install and operate equipment near an easily
accessible electrical socket-outlet;
Z
Secure the power cord (do not place any object on/over
the power cord);
Z
Only install/attach and operate equipment on stable
surfaces and/or recommended mountings; and,
Z
If the equipment will not be used for long periods of time,
turn off and unplug the equipment from its power source.
Important Safety Instructions
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X
Never attempt to fix the equipment. Equipment should only
be serviced by qualified personnel.
A Lithium-type battery may be provided for uninterrupted, backup
or emergency power.
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced with one of an incorrect
type. Dispose of used batteries appropriately.
WARNING:
X
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Equipment must be serviced by authorized technicians
when:
Z
The power cord or plug is damaged;
Z
Liquid has penetrated the equipment;
Z
It has been exposed to high humidity/moisture;
Z
It is not functioning or does not function according to the
user’s manual;
Z
It has been dropped and/or damaged; and/or,
Z
It has an obvious sign of breakage.
Important Safety Instructions
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Tel:
+49-621-43214-0
Fax:
+49-621 43214-30
Email:
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ADLINK Technology, Inc. (French Liaison Office)
Address: 15 rue Emile Baudot, 91300 Massy CEDEX, France
Tel:
+33 (0) 1 60 12 35 66
Fax:
+33 (0) 1 60 12 35 66
Email:
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Address: ͱ101-0045 ᵅҀ䛑गҷ⬄ऎ⼲⬄䤯‫ ⬎ފ‬3-7-4
⼲⬄ 374 ɛɳ 4F
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8F Mointer B/D,1675-12, Seocho-Dong, Seocho-Gu,
Seoul 137-070, Korea
Tel:
+82-2-2057-0565
Fax:
+82-2-2057-0563
Email:
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Address: 84 Genting Lane #07-02A, Cityneon Design Centre,
Singapore 349584
Tel:
+65-6844-2261
Fax:
+65-6844-2263
Email:
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Address: 1st Floor, #50-56 (Between 16th/17th Cross) Margosa Plaza,
Margosa Main Road, Malleswaram, Bangalore-560055, India
Tel:
+91-80-65605817, +91-80-42246107
Fax:
+91-80-23464606
Email:
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Address: 6 Hasadna St., Kfar Saba 44424, Israel
Tel:
+972-9-7446541
Fax:
+972-9-7446542
Email:
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