Version 1.0
Produced in Mar. 2002
Compact Color Image Sensor Camera
User’s Manual (Introduction and Hardware)
Thank you for purchasing the SHARP IV-C35M compact color image sensor camera.
Read this introductory user's manual carefully to thoroughly familiarize yourself with the functions and proper
procedures for operation.
Store this user's manual in a safe place. We are confident that the manual will be helpful whenever you
encounter a problem.
In addition to this manual, there are other IV-C35M manuals as follows. Read them in conjunction with this
manual.
IV-C35M
User’s Manual (Introduction and Hardware: This manual)
User’s Manual (Function and Operation)
Instruction Manual
Manual type
Major subjects
- Outline of the IV-C35M (features and
functions)
IV-C35M
- Description of the hardware
User's Manual
- Startup method
(Introduction and Hardware)
- General performance specifications.
- Example of operation and instruction
- Detailed explanations of all the
measurement functions.
- How to make menu selections for
IV-C35M
each measurement
User's manual
- Details of inputting and outputting
(Function and Operation)
data and communications with other
devices.
- Troubleshooting
How to use
- Become acquainted with the IV-C35M
- Learn how to install the IV-C35M and
wire it up
- When mastering the outline of
operation
- Learn how to specify measurement
/inspection conditions, good or NG
judgment conditions, etc.
- Lear how to connect a programmable
controller or personal computer.
- Learn what to do if a problem occurs.
Notes
- This manual was written with the utmost care. However, if you have any questions or
inquiries concerning the product, please feel free to contact our dealers or service agents.
- Copying all or part of this booklet is prohibited.
- The contents of this manual may be revised or modified for improvement without prior
notice.
Safety Precautions
Read this user's manual and the attached documents carefully before installing, operating, or performing any
maintenance, in order to keep the machine working correctly. Make sure you understand all of the equipment
details, safety information, and cautions before using this machine. In this user's manual, the safety
precautions are divided into "Dangers" and "Cautions" as follows.
Danger
: Improper handling is likely to lead to death or serious injury.
Caution
: Improper handling may lead to injury or damage to equipment.
Even when only a
Caution is given, serious results may occur depending on the
circumstances. In all cases, important points are described. Be sure to follow the
advice given.
The following symbols are used to prohibit or explain required action.
: This means do not do what is described. For example, prohibited disassembly is shown as
: This means an action you must take. For example, a ground connection that must be made is
shown as
.
(1) Installation
Caution
- Use only in the environments specified in the instruction manual, or user's manual.
Electric shock, fire or malfunction may result if used in high temperature, high humidity,
dusty or corrosive environments, or if excessive vibration or impact occurs.
- Install the equipment only as described in the manual.
An improper installation may cause the equipment to fail, breakdown, or malfunction.
- Never leave wire cuttings or any other foreign matter lying about.
A fire, breakdown or malfunction may result from inappropriate objects left near the equipment.
(2) Wiring
Caution
- Do not connect any camera not specified by SHARP to the controller.
Connecting any other camera to the controller may damage the controller or the camera.
- Connect only to the specified power source.
Connection to the wrong power source may cause a fire.
- Wiring should be performed by a qualified electrician.
Improper wiring may lead to a fire, machine failure or electric shock.
(3) Use
Danger
- Don't touch the terminals while the power is turned ON or you may receive an electric shock.
- Assemble an external emergency stop circuit and interlock circuit (external to the IV-C35M
compact color image sensor camera). Otherwise a breakdown or damage to other equipment may occur due to a problem with the IV-C35M.
Caution
- Take special care to follow all safety guidelines if you are changing the parameters for the
operating conditions or performing an "enforced output," "run," or "stop" during operation.
Misoperation may damage the machine or cause an accident.
- Turn ON the power supplies in the specified sequence. Turning ON the supplies in the wrong
order may lead to a machine breakdown or cause an accident.
.
(4) Maintenance
Warning
- The controller contains a lithium battery. Do not expose the IV-C35M directly to flames as the
battery may explode and seriously injure people nearby.
Prohibit
- Don't disassemble or modify the camera.
Fires, breakdowns or malfunctions may occur, if the camera is disassembled.
Caution
- Turn OFF the power source before connecting or disconnecting the IV-C35M.
If you don't, electric shocks, malfunctions or breakdowns may occur.
Chapter 1: Outline
Chapter 2: Precautions for Use
Chapter 3: System Configuration
Chapter 4: Part Names and Functions
Chapter 5: Connection and Installation Methods
Chapter 6: Setting and Operating Outlines
Chapter 7: Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
Chapter 8: Specifications
Glossary
Appendix
Alphabetical Index
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Outline ................................................................................................ 1 to 15
1-1 Features ....................................................................................................................................... 1-1
1-2 Color extraction ............................................................................................................................ 1-5
1-3 Color filter .................................................................................................................................... 1-5
1-4 Measurement program ................................................................................................................ 1-6
[1] Color extraction mode ................................................................................................................ 1-6
[2] Color filter mode ......................................................................................................................... 1-8
[3] Common for both color extraction and color filter modes ........................................................ 1-14
Chapter 2: Precautions for Use ................................................................................ 2-1
Chapter 3: System Configuration ...................................................................... 3-1 to 6
3-1 Basic system configuration .......................................................................................................... 3-1
3-2 System configuration examples ................................................................................................... 3-3
[1] System configuration example for measurement triggered by an external trigger ..................... 3-3
[2] System configuration example for measurement triggered by the internal CCD sensor trigger 3-4
[3] System configuration example for measurement triggered by a command from a PC .............. 3-6
Chapter 4: Part Names and Functions .............................................................. 4-1 to 5
4-1 Controller (IV-C35M) .................................................................................................................... 4-1
4-2 Camera ........................................................................................................................................ 4-2
[1] Camera ...................................................................................................................................... 4-2
[2] Camera lens (IV-S20L16) .......................................................................................................... 4-4
[3] Camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5) ............................................................................................... 4-4
4-3 Remote keypad (IV-S30RK1) ...................................................................................................... 4-5
Chapter 5: Connection and Installation Methods .......................................... 5-1 to 24
5-1 Installation conditions .................................................................................................................. 5-1
[1] Lighting equipment ..................................................................................................................... 5-1
[2] Optimum lens and resolution ..................................................................................................... 5-2
5-2 Installing, connecting and wiring the IV-C35M controller ............................................................. 5-8
[1] Connecting equipment to the controller ..................................................................................... 5-8
[2] Installation .................................................................................................................................. 5-9
[3] Connecting a power supply ....................................................................................................... 6-11
[4] Connecting to the input/output terminals (parallel I/F) ............................................................. 5-12
[5] Connection for communications with personal computer (general purpose serial I/F) ............ 5-13
[6] Connecting a programmable controller using the computer link function ................................ 5-15
5-3 Installing and connecting the IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3/S30C4 camera .......................................... 5-16
[1] Installing and connecting the IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3 color/high-speed monochrome cameras . 5-16
[2] Installing and connecting the IV-S30C4 micro, high-speed monochrome cameras ................ 5-20
Chapter 6: Setting and Operating Outlines .................................................... 6-1 to 19
6-1 Setting and operating procedures ................................................................................................ 6-1
6-2 Description of the operation screen ............................................................................................. 6-2
6-3 Wizard .......................................................................................................................................... 6-5
[1] How to start the standard wizard ............................................................................................... 6-5
[2] Other operations in the "Set wizard" program ............................................................................ 6-6
6-4 Operation chart ............................................................................................................................ 6-8
[1] Method for displaying the operation chart .................................................................................. 6-8
[2] How to edit an operation chart ................................................................................................... 6-9
6-5 Menu tree .................................................................................................................................... 6-11
6-6 Relationship between the set wizard program, the operation chart, and the menu tree ............ 6-13
6-7 Editing operation screen ............................................................................................................ 6-14
6-8 Option ........................................................................................................................................ 6-15
6-9 Environment settings ................................................................................................................. 6-16
6-10 Memory card ............................................................................................................................ 6-17
[1] Installation of a memory card ................................................................................................... 6-17
[2] Storage method ....................................................................................................................... 6-18
Chapter 7: Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard ....................................... 7-1 to 33
7-1 Color evaluation ........................................................................................................................... 7-1
7-2 Fault inspection .......................................................................................................................... 7-13
7-3 Positional deviation measurement ............................................................................................. 7-23
Chapter 8: Specifications .................................................................................. 8--1 to 8
8-1 Controller (IV-C35M) ....................................................................................................................
8-2 Camera specifications .................................................................................................................
[1] Camera (IV-SC30C5/S30C3/S30CC4) ......................................................................................
[2] Camera lens (IV-S20L16) ..........................................................................................................
[3] Camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5) ...............................................................................................
8-3 Support tools ................................................................................................................................
[1] LCD monitors (IV-10MT/10MTV/10MTK) ...................................................................................
[2] Monochrome monitor (IV-09MT: When using IV-S30C3/C4) .....................................................
[3] LED lighting equipment (IV-60LD: When using IV-S30C3/C4) ..................................................
8-1
8-4
8-4
8-5
8-5
8-6
8-6
8-7
8-8
Glossary ............................................................................................................ G-1 to 14
Appendix ............................................................................................................. A-1 to 3
Appendix 1: Commercially available peripheral devices .................................................................... A-1
Appendix 2: Working samples ........................................................................................................... A-3
Alphabetical Index ............................................................................................... I-1 to 5
Outline
Chapter 1: Outline
The IV-C35M compact color image sensor camera has an integrated color image processing function
to inspect and measure images, that could not be inspected or measured using a monochrome
camera. Thanks to SHARP's unique partial image capture function and a high-speed gray search
function, it will reduce overall processing time. It will not only contribute to high-speed, high-efficiency
inspection and measurement processes, but also help you keep your prices competitive.
1-1 Features
A variety of color filters and a color extraction function clearly distinguish subtle differences
in tone and density.
In addition to filtering the three primary colors (red, green, and blue), the IV-C35M can make accurate images of objects using brightness and other optional filters.
Original color image
Conventional
monochrome
processing
If the hue or color saturation
is very similar between
adjacent areas, the images
cannot be evaluated.
Conventional gray
image processing
The density of this image
can be measured. However,
the hue and color saturation
cannot be evaluated.
Color filter functions for the three primary colors (RGB) and brightness and 5 optional
filters.
Select the color components and brightness of an area you want to evaluate, and display just the
specified component brighter. Then convert it to a 256 gray scale or binary image.
The color filter can be set to display the specified color brightly after gray scale image processing.
This is effective in evaluating subtle differences in color, or for finding flaws or dirt that have
similar colors or tones.
R (red) filter
G (green) filter
B (blue) filter
Displays red areas more brightly.
Displays green areas more brightly.
Displays blue areas more brightly.
Brightness filter
Custom filter
Displays areas that are within
the specified brightness range
(within the specified upper and
lower limits) more brightly.
Specify the optimum color filter
parameters to use, based on the
original image conditions. The optional
filter is effective if the RGB filters are
not used to show areas as brighter.
1-1
1
Outline
1
Specify a color to extract from the original image.
The controller eliminates all areas of the image except those that have the specified color. Then, it
converts what is left into a binary image. This color extraction function not only works with hue and
saturation, but also with brightness. Therefore, achromatic objects that cannot be processed using
a color filter can still be extracted.
The controller can extract up to 8 colors in one object type. By specifying multiple object types, it
can be used to evaluate even more colors.
Color extraction
For example, you can extract just the blue
area of the letter E in the image on left.
The measurement menu has been improved further by adding new menu items.
In addition to conventional measurement menu items, new items have been added for color related
functions including evaluating the color of objects, uneven color inspection, color positional measurement, and fault inspection. You can select the menu program items that match your application from 18
measurement menu items.
Color filer
Gray image
- Fault inspection
- Position deviation measurement
- Degree of match inspection
- Lead inspection
- Point measurement
- Multiple position measurement
- Multiple degree of match inspection
Color extraction
Binary image
Binary image
- Area measurement by binary conversion
- Object identification by binary conversion
- Count objects by binary conversion
- BGA/CSP inspection
- Point measurement
* When a monochrome camera is connected to the IV-C35M, the color evaluation,
color unevenness inspection, and color position measurement features cannot be
used.
- Color evaluation
- Color unevenness inspection
- Color position measurement
- Area measurement by binary conversion
- Object identification by binary conversion
- Count objects by binary conversion
Items in red are new menu items.
Easy operation menu
Setting wizard
The IV-C35M wizard asks you to make selections using a questionnaire, thus allowing anyone to set
up the measurement operations and preferences, and decrease the chance of mistaken settings.
STEP1
SELECT THE MEASUREMENT
START INPUT I/F
1PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB ■
2TRIG CCD START
□
STEP2
SELECT AN IMAGE CAPTURING
METHOD DURING OPERATION
1PARTIAL-IMG
■
2ALL IMAGE
□
3NO CAPTURED
□
・・・
STEP10
STORE THIS SETTING AS A
SAMPLE IN THE WIZARD?
1NO
□
2YES
■
RETURN END
NEXT DETAIL
ENTER A SHUTTER SPEED
(1/30∼1/10000)
1SHUTTER SPEED 1/00060
RETURN NEXT
1-2
Outline
Tree menu
The tree structure menu lets you find the setting parameter you
need easily. Using the short cut function, you can move directly to a
desired menu.
Operation screen editing function
OBJECT TYPE COND
+ TYPE00
TYPE RUN COND
IMAGE-ADJ
MEA-CND(CAMERA1)
MEAS0
POSI-CORRECT
+ MEAS01(MEAS-BIN-AREA P)
MEAS(NEW)
+ MEA-CND(CAMERA2)
FINAL NUM.CALC
FINAL OUTPUT COND
OBJ-TYPE I/O
OBJ-TYPE SYS.
TYPE(NEW)
You can move, remove, enlarge, and decrease the size of the information displayed on the operation
screen.
(TYPE00)
COLOR
OK
(TYPE00)
F C1 BRT
VX.XX
COLOR
OK
MEAS XXXXms 2001-10-14 10:38
MEASUREMENT 1
MEAS-BIN-AREA
MEAS XXXXms 2001-10-14 10:38
MEASUREMENT 1
MEAS-BIN-AREA
A00=001884
A01=
A02=
A03=
A04=
A05=
A06=
A07=
A00=001884
A01=
A02=
A03=
A04=
A05=
A06=
A07=
OK
F C1 BRT
VX.XX
OK
OK
X0∼7
Y0∼7
READY
X0∼7
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
Y0∼7
READY
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
Shorten the cycle time by connecting two cameras
The two IV-C30C5 color cameras or two IV-S30C3/C4 high-speed monochrome cameras can be
simultaneously connected to IV-C35M controller. By connecting two cameras, your system can reduce
the processing time by positioning two areas at the same time, and then inspecting two areas at the
same time. By triggering the cameras at the same time, the system can capture two images, and
display the images above and below each other, or left and right.
Note: Combined use of a color camera and a high-speed monochrome camera is not possible.
High-speed processing now possible using a color camera or a high-speed monochrome
camera and partial image capture
Sharp's unique partial image function offers high-speed image capture.
Capturing partial image
Decreased capturing time
1
*
2
Capturing whole image
* When capturing 240 lines from vertical 480 lines.
1-3
1
Outline
1
CCD trigger function does not need an external sensor
After a trigger window is setup, the IV-C35M does not need an external sensor if it is scanning
moving objects. To set up a trigger, you can select from color, binary image conversion, average
density, gray search, and edge detection techniques. The gray search mode is useful for a
workpiece for which you cannot easily establish the density range.
Scanning
direction
CCD trigger
Shutter speed freely set
The shutter speed can be set anywhere between 1/30 and 1/10000 second for each object type.
Practically, this means that the light level can be adjusted without changing the lighting equipment
for each object type. The random shutter function is used to close the shutter when a trigger event is
detected, so that precise still images of moving objects can be scanned.
CE approval applied for, widely accepted in international markets
The reliability of the IV-S30 means that it can be used in units destined for overseas markets.
Displays and transfers NG images while measurements are being made
While in measurement, NG images and NG history of the IV-C35M can be seen. Using the USB
communication, the controller transfers NG images to a personal computer in approximately 7 seconds.
This is convenient to investigate NG images for feedback for designing, and contributes to quality
improvement.
Automatically stores NG images on a flash memory card.
The controller is equipped with an interface for a compact flash memory card. When a compact flash
memory card is inserted in the controller housing, NG images can be stored on the card.
A flash memory card can store up to 264 NG images.
* 512x480 pixels: When a 192 MB capacity flash memory card is used.
Read the OK/NG results easily by looking at a colored display of the measurement area and
evaluation result information.
Since the IV-C35M can display the measurement area in any color and the results of the evaluation
can be display in any specified color, you can easily see for yourself if the result is OK or NG.
This function is available even when a monochrome camera is connected.
Customize to your own specification
An IV-S30LB1 image processing library and IV-S30SP parameter setting support software are both
available. Using these tools, the menu screen can be modified to suit your specialized needs to create
your own unique image processing system.
1-4
Outline
1-2 Color extraction
The color extraction function extracts a color in a certain area from the original image, and registers it
as a reference color. The controller converts areas of color that are within the upper and lower limit
ranges of hue, saturation, and brightness of the reference color to binary images, as well as colors
outside of these ranges.
Then, the controller measures these binary images with conventional measurement procedures.
Effects of extracting color
Original color image
Extracting color
Available measurement programs that can be used with the color extraction function are area
measurement by binary conversion, object counting by binary conversion, object identification by
binary conversion, color evaluation, color unevenness inspection, and color position measurement.
1-3 Color filter
Color filter is to filter red, green, blue, brightness, or optionally, the captured image, and display the
filtered color as bright gray.
Then, the controller measures these gray images with conventional measurement
Filter types
R (red) filter
Displays red areas more brightly.
G (green) filter
Displays green areas more brightly.
B (blue) filter
Displays blue areas more brightly.
Brightness filter
Displays areas that are within the specified brightness range (within
the specified upper and lower limits) more brightly.
Custom filter
Specify the optimum color filter parameters to use, based on the
original image conditions.
The color filter function can be used with positional deviation measurement, degree of match inspection, lead inspection, BGA/CSP inspection, area measurement by binary conversion, object counting
by binary conversion, object identification by binary conversion, point measurement, multiple position
measurement, multiple degree of match inspection, and fault inspection.
1-5
1
Outline
1-4 Measurement program
1
The IV-C35M integrates the following measurement programs.
Color extraction mode: Color evaluation, color shading (uneven color) inspection, color position
measurement, area measurement by binary conversion, object identification by
binary conversion, and counting objects by binary conversion.
Color filter mode:
Fault inspection, position deviation measurement, degree of match inspection,
lead inspection, BGA/CSP inspection, area measurement by binary conversion,
counting objects by binary conversion, object identification by binary
conversion, point measurement, multiple position measurement, and multiple
degree of match inspection.
You can select operating condition parameters to suit your application of the IV-C35M.
A description of each screen area is shown below.
[1] Color extraction mode
(1) Color evaluation
Purpose
Application
Evaluate whether the extracted color matches the reference.
Inspect arrangement of colored pencils (Check if the colored pencils are arranged in
proper order.)
Captured image
Example
Image after extracting a color
Measured result
Measurement
area
Extracted color (red)
* When the arrangement is
appropriate, all the
measurement area will be
white after extracted each
color one after the other.
Color degree of match = (Binary area / Measurement area size) x 100
Color extracted area
changes to white.
* Other colored pencils are
extracted one after the
other.
[Inspection procedures]
Capture image → Color extraction (binary conversion)→ Measurement
[Measurement results]
・Binary area
・Color degree of match
・Average hue
・Average saturation
1-6
Outline
(2) Color unevenness inspection (color shading inspection)
Purpose
Evaluate color unevenness based on the size of certain extracted areas of color
that are outside the reference color range.
1
Application Evaluate ripeness of tomatoes.
Captured image
Image after extracting a color
Measured result
OK
NG
Example
Setting
extracting
color
Upper
value
Evaluation
condition
Upper value
NG
OK
Level value
Level
value
Measurement area
Number of
NGs (number
of pixels)
NG
[Inspection procedures]
Capture image → Set evaluation conditions (upper and lower limit values)
→ Measurement
[Measurement results]
・Number of objects
・Total area
・Area of each object
・Max./min. hue
・Max./min. saturation
・Number of objects having faulty hue
・Number of objects having faulty saturation
1-7
Outline
(3) Color positional measurement
Purpose
1
Measure the position coordinates of a workpiece with the same extracted color as
the reference color.
Application Positioning workpieces or parts. Positional deviation inspection.
■ 1 point search
Captured image
Image after extracting a color
Example
Extracted color
Reference image
[Inspection procedures]
Measured result
* Even if the workpiece which has
had the color extracted moves its
position, the controller can
measure the positional coordinate
of this workpiece.
Binary conversion of the reference image → Register → Measurement
[Measurement results]
・Coordinate of the reference image
・Positional deviation of a workpiece from the reference image.
・Color degree of match
・Edge detection
・Angular deviation
[2] Color filter mode
(1) Fault inspection
Detect flaws or dirt on a workpiece that color was emphasized using a color filter
function.(Using a gray search function after filtering a color, the controller detects
cells having the maximum density and minimum density in the search area. It can
measure the maximum density difference with all of the area (total difference), a
Purpose
position that has maximum density difference with an adjacent cell (adjacent
difference).
Detect flaws or dirt on a workpiece that are the same color as was emphasized
Application using a color filter function.
● Inspection of whole of color LCD monitor screen
Cell
Example
search area
[Inspection procedures]
Captured image → Specify search area → Specify a cell → Measurement
[Measurement results]
・Average hue
・Average saturation
・Binary area
・Color degree of match
1-8
Outline
(2) Positional deviation measurement
Purpose
The gray scale search function and edge detection function* make possible measuring
positional deviation as well as the absolute position.
- It is also possible to detect the position of sub-pixel units with great accuracy.
- A rotation angle of 360° can be detected. (When a one point gray search is selected).
Application Used to determine the position of machine parts and substrates.
[Determining the location of the positioning (the fiducial mark) mark that
identifies the position of the substrate]
(1) 1 point search: Detecting the deviation in position in X and Y directions
Reference image: Center coordinates (X1,Y1)
Inspection Image: Center coordinates (X2,Y2))
[Measurement result]
Center coordinates: (X2,Y2)
Amount of deviation: X2-X1, Y2-Y1
Y2-Y1
Search area
X2-X1
(2) 2 point search: Determining positional deviation in X and Y directions as well
as rotational deviation
Reference image a: Center coordinates (Xa1,Ya1)
Xa2-Xa1
Inspection image a:
Center coordinates (Xa2,Ya2)
Example
Yb2−Yb1
Reference image b:
Center coordinates (Xb1,Yb1)
θ
Anglar deviation: θ
Ya2−Ya1
Xb2−Xb1
Search area
(image a)
Inspection image b: Center coordinates (Xb2,Yb2)
Search area (image b)
[Measurement results]
- Center coordinates of image a:
(Xa2,Ya2)
- Amount of deviation of image a:
Xa2-Xa1, Ya2-Ya1
- Center coordinates of image b:
(Xb2,Yb2)
- Amount of deviation of image b:
Xb2-Xb1, Yb2-Yb1
- Deviation angle: θ
* Gray scale search / edge detection function
Gray scale search: Compares a workpiece image with the 256-level gray-scale
reference image to find an area that matches the reference image.
- See G-6.
Edge detection: Finds the boundary between light and dark areas in an image.
- See G-3.
- The deviation angle θ, determined in the 2-point search, is used to readjust the
rotation of the image for measurements 1 to 4.
1-9
1
Outline
(3) Degree of match inspection
Purpose
Detect positional deviation of labels, detect contamination of different parts, inspect
Application the mounting of electronic parts on PC boards, detect mis-prints, inspect for missing
electric parts such as terminals, and simple letter inspection.
● Detecting label deviations on packages
Search area
for positioning
Criterion image
for positioning
Criterion image
for positioning
SERIAL NO.
8F053G26
MODEL
IV-C35M
Example
Criterion image
for measuring object
Search area
for positioning
SERIAL NO.
8F053G26
MODEL
IV-C35M
1
Compare a good criterion image to a test image by inspecting matching levels
using the gray scale search function. (Determine whether the part is acceptable or
NG by checking similarities between the criterion image and the workpiece (test)
image.)
Criterion image
for measuring object
▲Good label
▲NG label
[Measurement results]
- Degree of match compared with the reference image
- Detected coordinates (X/Y) of the measurement image.
- Light level in the measured image (average light level/absolute value of difference)
- Inspection procedure
1 Conduct a gray scale search of the criterion image position
2 Correct the position of the object being measured from the coordinates for
the criterion image obtained in item 1 above.
3 If the matching level of the test image is low, the IV-C35M can determine
that the label position is NG.
(4) Point measurement
Purpose
Evaluate whether workpieces are present or not at multiple specified points.
- Gray processes or converts to binary the image and evaluates whether specified
pixel area is white or black.
- Obtains average density of specified pixel area, and evaluates whether the
density is within the specified range.
Application Existence inspection of packing parts, inspect lighting conditions of mobile phones,
LEDs, and fluorescent tubes, and sorting products.
● Inspection for LED lightings on mobile phones
CHR
Example
CLR
PWR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
0
#
Number of points (max.)
: 128 points at average light levels
256 points in binary images
Point size: 2 m x 2 n pixels
(m, n = 1 to 16)
・Inspection procedures
Image capture
Binary conversion
Black/white evaluation of points
Average light level
Light level evaluation of points
1-10
Outline
(5) Lead inspection (Gray processing using a brightness filter)
Based on positional information obtained from the gray scale search function,
Purpose
inspect the condition of the IC leads and connector pins. (No. of lead pins that can
be detected in one image: Max. 128.)
Application Inspect the IC leads and connector pins.
● Inspect the layout of the IC leads and connector pins
Example
K1
K2
L3
K0
L2
L0
Lead measurement
limit line Lead
D2
D1
L1
D0
K3
Reference line
W1
W0
W2
[Lead inspection]
- Number of leads K
- D0 to D2: Distance
between
leads
- W0 to W3: Lead
width
- L0 to L3: Lead
length
W3
- Inspection procedure
1 Determine the measurement points (K0 to K3) from the mid points of the leads
and the reference line.
2 Calculate the distances between the leads (D0 to D2) using the measurement
points.
3 Calculate the lead lengths (L0 to L3) from the measurement points (K0 to K3)
toward the lead measurement limit line.
(6) BGA/CSP inspection (Gray processing using a brightness filter)
Purpose
Application
Measure the center of gravity, area of each object, number of objects, and fillet
diameter using a color that was emphasized by the color filter function.
Inspecting BGA/CSP solder balls.
● Measurement of 6 balls
Object 0
Object 1
Object 2
[Measurement results]
- Number of objects: K
- Area of each object: R0 to R127
- Distance between centers of
gravity:
(DX0, DY0) to (DX127, DY127)
- Fillet diameters: FX, FY
Example
Object 3
Object 4
Object 5
- Inspection procedure
Image
capture
Area of each
object
Binary
conversion
Object identification
(numbering)
Fillet diameters
Ball size
Distance between centers
of gravity for pairs of balls
Distance between balls
Number of balls
1-11
Measure centers
of gravity
1
Outline
(7) Multiple position measurement
1
Purpose
The IV-C35M can detect up to 128 workpieces whose images exceed the specified
matching level (gray search) or threshold value (edge detection) compared with the
reference image.
- The positional deviation measurement needs to have a number of positions
registered for measurement. However, this measurement only requires you to
register one position and reduces the set up time.
Application
Position measurement of workpieces having complicated density conditions, that
could not be measured by conventional binary conversion and density processing.
● Gray search
Reference image
Four
workpieces
detected
[Measured results]
- Number of images detected
- Coordinates and degree of match detected for each image
● Edge detection
Example
[Measurement results]
- Number of points detected
- Coordinates detected for each points
L1
L2
L3
This is useful for obtaining the distance between the coordinates of a position.
- L1 to L3 can be calculated by measuring distances and angles.
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Outline
(8) Multiple degree of match inspection
Purpose
Using the gray search function, the IV-C35M can detect up to 128 workpieces
whose captured image exceeds the required degree of match with the reference
Position measurement of workpieces having complicated density conditions, that
Application could not be measured by conventional binary conversion and density processing.
Reference image
Four
workpieces
detected
Example
[Measurement results]
- Number of images detected
- Degree of match, density (average/absolute difference), and detected coordinates
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1
Outline
[3] Common for both color extraction and color filter modes
(1) Area measurement by binary conversion
1
Purpose
Measure the area of the color extracted or the area of the workpiece of a color on a
emphasized using a color filter, and evaluate existence of the workpiece and size.
Inspecting contamination of different type of caps (inspects by measuring area of a
certain color)
Application Sorting parts (puts a different color mark for each type of part and finds certain color
to sort parts)
● Inspect contamination of different caps
NG
[Measurement results]
・ Workpiece area
Example
- Inspection procedures
Capture image
Color extraction
(binary conversion)
Specify evaluation
conditions (upper
and lower limits
Measurement
(area value)
(2) Object identification (labeling) by binary conversion
When there are several objects and the measuring position is arbitrary, the
presence or absence of objects and the size of the objects can be determined.
- The specified pixel area is converted to a binary image. The number of objects,
total size of the white area (the objects) and the area, center of gravity, main axis
Purpose
angle, fillet diameter, center point, and circumference of each white area can be
measured.
Counting the number of food products or parts, measuring the sloped angle or
Application center of gravity of parts, and measuring the size of food products.
● Measurement of 6 objects
Example
No.1
No.2
No.4
No.5
No.3
Objects
No.6
[Measurement result]
- Object identification
(numbering), number of
objects present, total area.
- Area of each object (No.1 to
No. 6), center of gravity, main
axis angle, fillet diameter,
circumference, and center
point of each object. - Inspection procedure
Image
capture
Color extraction
(binary conversion)
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Object identification
(numbering)
Measurement (area,
gravity center, main
axis angle,
fillet diameter,
circumference, and
center point)
Outline
(3) Count objects by binary conversion
Purpose
Count the number of separate colored areas on a workpiece that were extracted
color or with a color emphasized by using a color filter.
Application Inspecting LED lighting indication on mobile phones, missing pills on sheets.
[Measurement result]
- Number of workpieces/total
area size
Example
Pill
Measurement area
- Inspection procedure
Capture image
Color extraction
(binary conversion)
Measure (quantity, total area size)
(4) Distance and angle measurement
This measurement setting screen can be accessed from the measurement condition setting
screen of the positional deviation measurement, degree of match inspection, object identification
by binary conversion (gravity center measurement: Yes), multiple position measurement, and
multiple degree of match inspection.
Measure the distance and angle of two points using the center detection function in a
gray scale search and the edge detection function, as well as center of gravity
detection by functions.
- This function can measure the following distances and angles: distance between
Purpose
two points, X coordinate distance, Y coordinate distance, the angle between three
points, the horizontal angle of two points, and the vertical angle of two points.
- The following points and lines can be set: center point, circle center point, gravity
center, point where two straight lines cross, and line passing through two points.
Application Measurement of mounted electronic parts
● Measuring IC packages
Criterion image a
Search area
(criterion image b)
Example
Search area
(criterion image a)
Criterion image b
Register criterion image a and b by matching edges of the IC package.
- Measurement procedures
1 Find the center points of criterion images a and b using a 2-point gray scale
search.
2 Determine the distance between the two center points.
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Precautions for Use
Chapter 2: Precautions for Use
Pay attention to the points below when handling the IV-C35M.
(1) Installation
- Each device in the IV-C35M system must be installed in an environment as specified in this manual.
(Operating ambient temperature: 0 to 45˚C, operating ambient humidity: 35 to 85%RH (noncondensing.))
- Do not install the devices in the following locations. Installation in any of these locations may
cause electrical shock, fire, or malfunction of the devices.
1. Places exposed to direct sunlight
2. Places with exposed to corrosive gases
3. Places with excessive amounts of dust, salt, or metal powder in the air.
4. Places exposed to water
(2) Mounting
Make sure to tighten the mounting and terminal screws securely and check everything before
supplying power. A loose screw may cause faulty operation.
(3) Power source
- Do not use the IV-C35M (power supply for the controller) power supply with any other
equipment.
- Do not turn OFF the power while the menu is displayed or while communicating with external
equipment. Turning OFF the power may erase the data settings.
(4) Connection of cameras
Note that the IV-C35M cannot be connected with EIA cameras that are available on the market.
(5) Measurement settings
Make sure to specify 4000 ms (4 seconds) or less for the measurement processing time on each
measurement item (MEASUREMENT 0 CAMERA 1, MEASUREMENT 0 CAMERA 2, and
MEASUREMENT 1 to 4). For example, if the various tasks require 7000 ms of measurement
processing time, assign 3500 ms to MEASUREMENT 1 and 3500 ms to MEASUREMENT 2 so that
each of the assigned processing times is less than 4000 ms.
If the measurement processing time exceeds 4000 ms, the IV-C35M assumes that an abnormal
operation has occurred and may try to reset the system.
(6) Data saving
- The data set by using the remote keypad is temporarily stored in the memory (RAM) of the IVC35M. However, it is not stored in the flash memory yet. Therefore, make sure to save the data
settings before returning to the operation screen from any condition settings menu by pressing
the SET key. If you do not save the data, the data will disappear when you turn OFF the power
to the IV-C35M controller.
- We recommend that you save the data settings and reference images on a floppy diskette using
the IV-S30SP parameter setting support software for the IV-C35M.
(7) Storing the devices
Do not put any object on top of any of the devices, or the device may malfunction.
(8) Maintenance
Be careful not to get any dirt or stains on the CCD surface or camera lens. This may cause mis
measurement.
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System Configuration
Chapter 3: System Configuration
Personal
computer
3-1 Basic system configuration
Input/output
Parallel I/F
・Programmable controller
・Limit switch
・Warning lamp, etc.
Programmable controller
Parameter setting support
software: IV-S30SP
Serial I/F
3
USB
RS232C
RS422
Compact flash card
Power supply
(24 VDC)
Controller (IV-C35M)
Remote key pad
(IV-S30RK1)
Monitor cable
(Accessory for the IV-C35M)
Camera cable
IV-S30KC3 (3 m)
IV-S30KC5 (5 m)
Camera lens
Color camera
(IV-C30C5) (IV-S20L16 etc.)
Conversion connector
(Accessory for the IV-C35M)
Camera cable
IV-S30KC3 (3 m)
IV-S30KC5 (5 m)
Monitor
Camera cable
IV-S30KC3 (3 m)
IV-S30KC5 (5 m)
IV-10MT etc.
With either an NTSC
compatible video input terminals
-
High-speed
Camera lens
monochrome
(IV-S20L16 etc.)
camera
(IV-S30C3)
High-speed micro
monochrome camera
(IV-S30C4)
φ17 lens
(purchase)
A maximum of two cameras can be connected to the IV-C35M.
Mixed use of IV-C30C5 color camera and IV-S30C3/C4 high-speed monochrome camera is
not available.
Note: The IV-C35M cannot be connected with EIA cameras that are available on the market.
IV-C35M
Camera mode
Color mode
Monochrome mode
camera
Camera connector
CAMERA1
IV-C30C5
CAMERA2
IV-C30C5
CAMERA1
IV-S30C5, IV-S30C4
CAMERA2
IV-S30C3, IV-S30C4
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System Configuration
Product lines
Camera
Item name
Color
High-speed
MonochroMicro, highme
speed
Camera cable
3
Camera lens
Remote keypad
LCD monitors
Model name
Specification or details
IV-C30C5
Camera main housing (without lens or camera cable)
IV-S30C3
Camera main housing (without lens or camera cable)
IV-S30C4
Camera main housing (without lens or camera cable)
IV-S30KC3
IV-S30KC5
IV-S20L16
IV-S30RK1
IV-10MT
IV-10MTV
Cable for camera, 3 m
Cable for camera, 5 m
C mount lens with a 16 mm focal length
Keys for remote entry
Bare chassis type
Model with a mounting frame
Model with a built-in remote keypad and a mounting
frame
Monochrome 9 inch monitor
Integrated light source and controller in one housing
Runs on Windows95/98/Me/NT4.0/2000
Runs on Windows95/98/Me/NT4.0/2000
IV-10MTK
Monochrome monitor
IV-09MT
LED lighting equipment
IV-60LD
Parameter setting support software IV-S30SP
Image processing library
IV-S30LB1
-
For details about the IV-S30SP, IV-S30LB1, IV-09MT, IV-10MT, and IV-60LD, see the individual
instruction manuals.
3-2
System Configuration
3-2 System configuration examples
This section outlines the system configurations for measurement using an external trigger, as follows:
- Measurement using a photo sensor.
- Measurement using CCD trigger.
- Measurement triggered by a command from a personal computer.
See "Chapter 21: Setting the Input/Output Conditions" in the IV-C35M User’s Manual (Function and
Operation).
[1] System configuration example for measurement triggered by an external
trigger, such as a photo sensor
(1) When IV-C35M is used in a stand-alone mode
- Purpose/application
Measurement is started by an external trigger (a photo sensor or proximity sensor), and the
measurement result is output externally (warning lamp). The object type number is selected by
an external switch.
Camera 1 (image)
Camera 2 (image)
Monitor
Remote keypad
CAMERA1
VIDEO
USB
RS232C/RS422
CAMERA2
REMOTE
Controller
POWER
OUTPUT
Y0
Y1
X0
Y2
X1
Y3
X2
Y4
X3
Y5
X4
Y6
X5
Y7
X6
0V
READY COM
COM +24V
X7
IV-S3*M
INPUT
Power supply (24 VDC)
External trigger
(a photo sensor or proximity
sensor, etc.)
Warning lamp etc.
External
output
Object type selection switch
(2) When a programmable controller is connected
- Purpose/application
Measurement is started by an external trigger (a photo sensor or proximity sensor), and the
measurement data is output to a programmable controller. The object type number is selected
by the programmable controller.
Camera 1 (image)
Camera 2 (image)
Monitor
Remote keypad
Data (computer link)
VIDEO
CAMERA1
USB
RS232C/RS422
CAMERA2
REMOTE
Controller
POWER
OUTPUT
Y1
X0
Y2
X1
Y3
X2
Y4
X3
Y5
X4
INPUT
Y6
X5
Y7
X6
READY COM
X7
0V
COM +24V
IV-S3*M
Power supply
(24 VDC)
Y0
Programmable
controller
External trigger
(a photo sensor or proximity
sensor, etc.)
Object type selection
(parallel I/F)
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3
System Configuration
(3) When a personal computer is connected
- Purpose/application
Measurement is started by a CCD trigger (sampling start input: personal computer), and the
measurement data is output to a personal computer. The object type number is selected by the
personal computer.
Camera 1 (image)
Camera 2 (image)
Personal
computer Measurement data
CAMERA1
USB
RS232C/RS422
CAMERA2
REMOTE
Object type
change signal
VIDEO
Controller
POWER
OUTPUT
Y1
X0
Y2
X1
Y3
X2
Y4
X3
Y5
X4
Y6
X5
Y7
X6
READY COM
X7
0V
COM +24V
IV-S3*M
INPUT
Power supply
(24 VDC)
Y0
External trigger
(a photo sensor or proximity
sensor etc.)
[2] System configuration example for measurement triggered by the internal CCD
sensor trigger
The internal CCD trigger can be used with camera 1, but with camera 2.
(1) When IV-C35M is used in a stand-alone mode
- Purpose/application
Measurement is started by a CCD trigger, and the measurement result is output externally
(warning lamp etc.). In this case, sampling operation is automatically started.
Camera 1 (image + CCD trigger)
Camera 2 (image)
Monitor
Remote keypad
CAMERA1
USB
RS232C/RS422
CAMERA2
REMOTE
Controller
POWER
OUTPUT
Y2
X1
Y3
X2
Y4
X3
Y5
X4
Y6
X5
Y7
X6
READY COM
X7
INPUT
3-4
Y1
0V
COM +24V
IV-S3*M
External
output
X0
Warning lamp etc.
Y0
Power supply (24 VDC)
VIDEO
3
Monitor
System Configuration
(2) When a programmable controller is connected
- Purpose/application
Measurement is started by a CCD trigger (sampling start input: a photo sensor etc.), and the
measurement data is output to a programmable controller. The object type number is selected by
the programmable controller.
Camera 1 (image + CCD trigger)
Camera 2 (image)
3
Data (computer link)
VIDEO
CAMERA1
USB
RS232C/RS422
CAMERA2
Remote keypad
Monitor
REMOTE
Controller
POWER
OUTPUT
Y1
X0
Y2
X1
Y3
X2
Y4
X3
Y5
X4
Y6
X5
Y7
X6
READY COM
X7
0V
IV-S3*M
COM +24V
INPUT
Programmable
controller
Y0
Power supply
(24 VDC)
Start sampling input
(a photo sensor or proximity
sensor etc.)
Object type selection
(parallel I/F)
(3) When a personal computer is connected
- Purpose/application
Measurement is started by a CCD trigger (sampling start input: personal computer), and the
measurement data is output to a personal computer. The object type number is selected by the
personal computer.
Camera 1 (image + CCD trigger)
Camera 2 (image)
Monitor
Personal
computer CCD start sampling input
Object type selection, data
CAMERA1
USB
RS232C/RS422
CAMERA2
REMOTE
POWER
OUTPUT
Y0
Y1
X0
Y2
X1
Y3
X2
Y4
X3
Y5
X4
INPUT
Y6
X5
Y7
X6
READY COM
X7
0V
COM +24V
IV-S3*M
Power supply
(24 VDC)
3-5
VIDEO
Controller
System Configuration
[3] System configuration example for measurement triggered by a command from a
personal computer
- Purpose/application
Measurement is started by a trigger from a personal computer, and the measurement data is
output to the personal computer. The object type number is selected by the personal computer.
Camera 1 (image)
Camera 2 (image)
Personal
computer
Measurement date
Monitor
Measurement trigger
object type number
Remote keypad
CAMERA1
USB
RS232C/RS422
CAMERA2
REMOTE
Controller
POWER
OUTPUT
Y1
X0
Y2
X1
Y3
X2
Y4
X3
Y5
X4
Y6
X5
Y7
X6
READY COM
X7
0V
COM +24V
IV-S3*M
INPUT
3-6
Y0
Power supply (24 VDC)
VIDEO
3
Part Names and Functions
Chapter 4: Part Names and Functions
This section describes the names and functions of the controller, camera (camera body, camera
converter, camera lens and camera cable), and the remote keypad which comprise the IV-C35M
system.
See section in Chapter 5 "Connection and Installation Methods" for details about the housing
brackets and camera angle bracket.
4-1 Controller (IV-C35M)
9 Frame ground
terminal
2 Power terminal block
1 I/O terminal block
S*.** mark
(Software version *.**)
INPUT
X0
Y0
IV-C35M (front)
X1
Y1
X2
Y2
X3
Y3
X4
Y4
X5
Y5
X6
Y6
X7
Y7
COM +24V
READY COM
OUTPUT
0V
IV-C35M
POWER
3 Power lamp (POWER)
VIDEO
COMPACTFLASH
CAMERA1 CAMERA2
qMemory card connector
(with connect cover)
4 Monitor connector (VIDEO)
8 Remote key pad connector
(REMOTE)
5 Camera 1 connector (CAMERA1)
7 Communication connector
(RS232C/RS422)
6 Camera 2 connector (CAMERA2)
Name
2 Power terminal block
(+24V, 0V)
3 Power lamp (POWER)
REMOTE
0 Communication
connector (USB)
IV-C35M (side)
I/O terminal block
INPUT: X0 to X7, C (+)
1 OUTPUT: Y0 to Y7,
READY, COM
USB
RS232C/RS422
Function
This block has 8 input terminals and 9 output terminals.
- External devices are connected to these terminals for input and
output (parallel I/F).
Commercially available constant-voltage power supply (24 V DC ±
10%, 700 mA or more) is connected here.
When the power is applied to the controller, the green lamp will light.
A monitor is connected here.
Monitor connector
4 (VIDEO)
- The monitor connector is an RCA female connector .
Camera 1 connector
The camera cable connector is connected here.
5
(CAMERA1)
- The camera connected to the CAMERA 1 position is camera 1,
and the camera connected to the CAMERA 2 position is camera 2.
6 Camera 2 connector
(CAMERA2)
This connector is used to connect a personal computer for communiCommunication connector
cations (general purpose serial I/F) or to connect a programmable
7 (RS232C/RS422: 9-pin Dsub female, rock screw M2.6) controller for a computer link.
Remote key pad connector
The remote keypad connector is used to make selections from the
8 (REMOTE)
menus on the screen (to set parameters). It is connected here.
9 Frame ground terminal
0
Communication connector
(USB)
q Memory card connector
(COMPACTFLASH)
Be sure to ground the housing frame ground terminal together with
the frame ground of the constant-voltage power supply in accordance with class 3 grounding procedures.
This connector is used to connect a cable to a USB port on a personal computer.
- The USB port only functions with Windows 98/Me.
Connect a memory card (compact flash) that will be used to save
setting parameters, NG images, etc
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Part Names and Functions
4-2 Camera
[1] Camera
(1) Color camera (IV-C30C5)
Lock screw (for securing the lens holder)
2 Cable connector
CCD section
⇒A
1 Lens holder
Front view (view A) of the CCD
Name
Function
1
Lens holder
The holder is used to make fine adjustment to the distance (back plane focus) between the CCD section and camera lens using a focus fixed lens.
(The distance has been adjusted before shipment. Usually, it does not
need to be adjusted.)
- To adjust it, loosen the upper lock screw, and turn the lens holder counter-clockwise. The maximum allowable distance is 1.5 mm.
2
Cable
connector
4
Connect this connector to the camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5).
- To connect a color camera (IV-C30C5) to the IV-C35M controller, use the camera cable (IVS30KC3/KC5) shown above.
(2) High-speed monochrome camera (IV-S30C3)
Lock screw (for securing the lens holder)
2 Cable connector
CCD section
⇒A
1 Lens holder
Front view (view A) of the CCD
Name
Function
1
Lens holder
The holder is used to make fine adjustment to the distance (back plane focus) between the CCD section and camera lens using a focus fixed lens.
(The distance has been adjusted before shipment. Usually, it does not
need to be adjusted.)
- To adjust it, loosen the upper lock screw, and turn the lens holder counter-clockwise. The maximum allowable distance is 1.5 mm.
2
Cable
connector
Connect this connector to the camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5).
- To connect a high-speed monochrome camera (IV-S30C3) to the IV-C35M controller, use camera
cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5) shown above.
4-2
Part Names and Functions
(4) Micro, high-speed monochrome camera (IV-S30C4)
2 Camera body
Head cable
1 Camera head
CCD section
φ
Cable length: 1 m
Cable connector
17
m
m
Camera head
installation section
Lens mount section
(M 15.5 x 0.5 mm)
Name
1 Camera head
2 Camera body
Function
Install a (commercially available) lens
- The maximum external diameter of the camera head is ø17 mm, and
the one for lens mount is M 15.5 x 0.5 mm.
Connect to the camera connector of the camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5)
- To connect micro, high-speed monochrome camera (IV-S30C4) to the IV-C35M controller, use
the camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5) shown above.
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Part Names and Functions
[2] Camera lens (IV-S20L16)
1 Focus
C
0.05m
Lock knob 2 (for fixing the focus)
focus
2 Iris
1. 6
∞
TV LENS 1:1.6 16mm
Installation
specification
of a filter:
M25.5, P=0.75,
and V1
Lock knob 1 (for fixing the iris)
5.5 mm
(Movable range for focus adjustment)
Name
4
1
Focus
2
Iris
Function
To focus an image
-The focall enght (distance from an object) is 50 mm to infinity (from the front
of lens).
To adjust the image brightness.
-The iris a perture can be set from 1.6mm to closed.
[3] Camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5)
1 Camera connector
(Threaded type)
2 Controller connector
(Quick-connect type)
Cable length
IV-S30KC3: 3 m
IV-S30KC5: 5 m
Name
Function
1
Camera
connector
Connect to a connector for camera cable of the camera (IV-C30C5,IVS30C3/S30C4).
2
Controller
connector
Connect to camera 1 connector or camera 2 connector of the IV-C35M
controller.
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Part Names and Functions
4-3 Remote keypad (IV-S30RK1)
Connector
- Connected to the controller
Cable length 3 m
4 SEL change key
1 Direction keys
(up, down, left and right)
5 TRG/BRT change key
2 SET key
Dimensions (mm)
130 (W) × 61 (D) × 22.5 (H)
Key name
Direction keys*
1
(up, down, left
and right)
3 ESC key
Description
Function
Selecting an item on a
menu screen
Select an item with the up, down, left and right keys.
Setting a window
Set each coordinate.
Setting a value
- Select a digit or an item with the left and right
keys, and then specify a value with the up and down
keys.
- Specify a value with the up, down, right and left keys.
To enter nested menus
2 SET key
3 ESC key
4 SEL key
Determine a highlighted
item
Determine the setting
value
Returning a setting to its
original state before be- On the REG-COND screen,
ing changed
- Press the left arrow key + ESC key to change between
Returning to the previous a display of all items and just one item at a time.
menu
- When the screen is changed from "Through" to "Freeze,"
Use to select the display
the IV-S30 will capture an image.
of object images:
- Change the brightness of the image displayed on the
choose between "F"
screen.
(Freeze) and "T"
On the setting screen,
(Through) and between - Press the left arrow key and the SEL key to change
"BRT" (bright) and
between Through and Freeze.
"DRK" (dark).
- Press the right arrow key and the SEL key to change
between Bright and Dark.
Start measurement input
5 TRG/BRT key
Press this key on the operation screen, and a new
measurement is triggered.
Move the cursor to the
function menu at the
upper area.
Displays popup menu.
* The direction keys have an auto-repeat function.
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Connection and Installation Methods
Chapter 5: Connection and Installation Methods
5-1 Installation conditions
[1] Lighting equipment
Lighting for the workpieces is an important factor in image processing. The lighting conditions affect the
measurement results. Select the proper lighting equipment.
- Make sure there is uniform illumination of the whole measurement field where object images will be
taken.
- Use flicker-free lighting equipment, such as a high frequency fluorescent lamps or halogen lamps.
- Consult us about the right lighting equipment for your application.
(1) Backlighting
Light should uniformly illuminate the field behind an object, so that the IV-C35M measure the object
with it's shadow. Since the shadow picture will be converted to binary values, reliable measurements
can be executed.
Example:
5
IV-C30C5
A0
Light
A0
A0
A0
04
03
02
01
Sheet film
Transillumination equipment
Color letter inspection on film
(2) Reflective lighting
A light shone on the front of an object with angle will be reflected, and the IV-C35M will pick up the
reflected light. If too much light is reflected, such as from a metallic surface or similar materials, a
proper image may not be obtained.
Example:
Label
Light beam
IV-C30C5
or similar
camera
Light beam
Label detection
5-1
Connection and Installation Methods
[2] Optimum lens and resolution
The optimum lens for your system can be selected, based on the camera installation distance and the
field of view (workpiece size).
When the IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3 camera is used
Vertical direction
Rounded surface of camera body
View (mm)
Horizontal direction
(Horiz
on
directio tal
n)
IV-C30C5
5
Workpiece
Lens
Vertical direction
Workpiece
Camera installation
distance (mm)
Lens holder
Lens
Close-up shot ring
Camera head
Vertical
Lens
direction
(commercially available)
View (mm)
A dented side is the vertical (upper) direction.
Dented part
Workpiece
Workpiece
(Horiz
directoiontal
n)
vertical direction
Horizontal
direction
Camera installation
distance (mm)
Lens rear end
Lens
(commercially available)
IV-S30C4
5-2
Connection and Installation Methods
There is a relationships as shown on page 5-4 to page 5-6, among the camera installation distance, the
field of view (in the vertical/horizontal direction), the lens focal length f, the aperture setting, the focal
length, and the resolution.
[Example]
When the IV-C30C5 camera is used, the camera installation distance is 500 mm, and the field of
view (in the horizontal direction) is 110 mm, the optimum lens can be selected as described in the
following procedure. The required information is taken from the table on page 5-4.
Camera
installation
distance
(mm)
Lens focal length f=16mm
View
(mm)
Vertical
Focal Resolength lution
Hori- (mm)
zontal
1)
(mm)
2)
450
96.3
102.8
16.6 200.7
500
107.4
114.6
16.5 223.9
600
129.6
138.3
16.4 270.1
3)
1) Selecting the lens focal length f
Follow the line for a camera installation distance of 500 mm for the view (in the horizontal
direction) that is closest to 110 mm, which is 114.6 mm. A 114.6 mm field of view is shown in
the column for a lens focal length f, of 16 mm. Therefore, a lens with focal length of 16 mm is
considered to be optimum.
2) Considering the focal length
The actual focal length, 16.5 mm, is longer than the lens focal length, f = 16 mm, by 0.5 mm.
However, if the camera installation distance of 500 mm is within the focal range (distance from
an object) of the actual lens (f = 16 mm), you can use it.
1. The focus range of the IV-S20L16 camera lens (f = 16 mm) built into the controller is from 50
mm to infinity. Therefore, the camera installation distance of 500 mm is within the focal range,
and the IV-S20L16 lens can be used.
2. When another lens (with a focal range of 16 mm) is used, if its focal range exceeds 500 mm,
install a commercially available C mount close-up shot ring. Use a ring that is 0.5 mm thick
(16.5 - 16 = 0.5 mm).
3) Resolution
When the displayed image fills the whole monitor screen, and the view (in the horizontal
direction) is 114.6 mm wide, the resolution is 223.9 mm.
114.6 mm
223.9 m
512 (pixel count)
See "G-9" for the definition of resolution.
Notes
- The values shown in the tables on page 5-4 to 5-6 are only reference data for installation.
These values may vary, according to the characteristics of lenses you are using. When
using any lens, check the data using the actual equipment.
- When the IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3 camera is used.
• If you want to use a camera lens other than the IV-S20L16, buy a lens with a C type lens
base. (The IV-S20L16 has a C type lens base.)
• A lens with too short focal length (f = 4.2 mm or 8 mm) will distort the edges of the field of
view.
- When the IV-S30C4 camera is used
• Use a commercially available ø17 mm lens.
• When a wide-angle lens is used, the distortion at the edges will be larger.
5-3
5
Connection and Installation Methods
Relation among the camera installation distance, the field of view, and the focal
length
5
View
(mm)
Resolution
Resolution
Lens focal length f=25mm
Focal length
Vertical
View
(mm)
Focal length
View
(mm)
Lens focal length f=16mm
Resolution
Lens focal length f=8mm
Focal length
Camera
installation
distance (mm)
When the IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3 camera is used
HoriHoriHoriVertical
Vertical
zontal (mm) (mm)
zontal (mm) (mm)
zontal (mm) (mm)
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
55
14.2
15.2 10.0
29.6
60
16.4
17.5 9.7
34.2
9.8
10.4 21.8
20.4
5.0
5.3 42.9
10.4
70
20.9
22.3 9.4
43.5
12.0
12.8 20.7
25.0
6.4
6.8 38.9
13.3
80
25.3
27.0 9.1
52.7
14.2
15.2 20.0
29.6
7.8
8.3 36.4
16.3
90
29.7
31.7 9.0
62.0
16.4
17.5 19.5
34.2
9.2
9.9 34.6
19.2
100
34.2
36.5 8.8
71.2
18.6
19.9 19.0
38.9
10.7
11.4 33.3
22.2
120
43.1
45.9 8.7
89.7
23.1
24.6 18.5
48.1
13.5
14.4 31.6
28.1
140
51.9
55.4 8.5
108.2
27.5
29.4 18.1
57.4
16.3
17.4 30.4
34.0
34.1 17.8
66.6
19.2
20.5 29.6
40.0
160
60.8
64.9 8.5
126.7
32.0
180
69.7
74.4 8.4
145.2
36.4
38.8 17.6
75.9
22.0
23.5 29.0
45.9
200
78.6
83.8 8.4
163.7
40.8
43.6 17.4
85.1
24.9
26.5 28.6
51.8
250
100.8 107.5 8.3
210.0
51.9
55.4 17.1
108.2
32.0
34.1 27.8
66.6
300
123.0 131.2 8.2
256.2
63.0
67.3 16.9
131.4
39.1
41.7 27.3
81.4
350
145.2 154.9 8.2
302.5
74.1
79.1 16.8
154.5
46.2
49.3 26.9
96.2
400
167.4 178.6 8.2
348.7
85.2
90.9 16.7
177.6
53.3
56.8 26.7
111.0
450
189.6 202.2 8.1
395.0
96.3 102.8 16.6
200.7
60.4
64.4 26.5
125.8
500
211.8 225.9 8.1
441.2
107.4 114.6 16.5
223.9
67.5
72.0 26.3
140.6
600
256.2 273.3 8.1
533.8
129.6 138.3 16.4
270.1
81.7
87.1 26.1
170.2
700
300.6 320.6 8.1
626.3
151.8 162.0 16.4
316.4
95.9 102.3 25.9
199.8
800
345.0 368.0 8.1
718.8
174.0 185.7 16.3
362.6 110.1 117.5 25.8
229.4
900
389.4 415.4 8.1
811.3
196.2 209.3 16.3
408.9 124.3 132.6 25.7
259.0
1000
433.8 462.7 8.1
903.8
218.4 233.0 16.3
455.1 138.5 147.8 25.6
288.6
1100
478.2 510.1 8.1
996.3
240.6 256.7 16.2
501.4 152.7 162.9 25.6
318.2
1200
522.6 557.5 8.1 1088.8
262.8 280.4 16.2
547.6 166.9 178.1 25.5
347.8
1300
567.0 604.8 8.1 1181.3
285.0 304.1 16.2
593.9 181.2 193.2 25.5
377.4
1400
611.4 652.2 8.0 1273.8
307.2 327.7 16.2
640.1 195.4 208.4 25.5
407.0
1500
655.8 699.5 8.0 1366.3
329.4 351.4 16.2
686.4 209.6 223.6 25.4
436.6
1600
700.2 746.9 8.0 1458.8
351.6 375.1 16.2
732.6 223.8 238.7 25.4
466.2
1700
744.6 794.3 8.0 1551.3
373.8 398.8 16.2
778.9 238.0 253.9 25.4
495.8
1800
789.0 841.6 8.0 1643.8
396.0 422.5 16.1
825.1 252.2 269.0 25.4
525.4
1900
833.4 889.0 8.0 1736.3
418.2 446.2 16.1
871.4 266.4 284.2 25.3
555.0
2000
877.8 936.4 8.0 1828.8
440.4 469.8 16.1
917.6 280.6 299.3 25.3
584.6
2500 1099.8 1173.2 8.0 2291.3
551.4 588.2 16.1 1148.9 351.6 375.1 25.3
732.6
3000 1321.8 1410.0 8.0 2753.9
662.4 706.6 16.1 1380.2 422.7 450.9 25.2
880.6
3500 1543.8 1646.8 8.0 3216.4
773.4 825.1 16.1 1611.4 493.7 526.7 25.2 1028.7
4000 1765.8 1883.6 8.0 3678.9
884.4 943.5 16.1 1842.7 564.8 602.5 25.2 1176.7
4500 1987.8 2120.4 8.0 4141.4
995.4 1061.9 16.1 2074.0 635.8 678.2 25.1 1324.7
5000 2209.8 2357.2 8.0 4604.0 1106.4 1180.3 16.1 2305.2 706.8 754.0 25.1 1472.7
5500 2431.8 2594.0 8.0 5066.5 1217.4 1298.7 16.0 2536.5 777.9 829.8 25.1 1620.7
6000 2653.8 2830.9 8.0 5529.0 1328.4 1417.1 16.0 2767.7 848.9 905.6 25.1 1768.7
6500 2875.8 3067.7 8.0 5991.5 1439.4 1535.5 16.0 2999.0 920.0 981.4 25.1 1916.7
7000 3097.8 3304.5 8.0 6454.1 1550.4 1653.9 16.0 3230.3 991.0 1057.1 25.1 2064.7
7500 3319.8 3541.3 8.0 6916.6 1661.4 1772.3 16.0 3461.5 1062.0 1132.9 25.1 2212.7
5-4
Focal
length
View
(mm)
HoriHori- (mm)
Vertical zontal (mm) (mm) Vertical zontal
Lens focal length f=75mm
Focal
length
View
(mm)
Hori- (mm)
(mm) Vertical zontal
Resolution
Focal
length
View
(mm)
Lens focal length f=50mm
Resolution
Lens focal length f=35mm
Resolution
Camera installation
distance (mm)
Connection and Installation Methods
(mm)
55
60
−
−
−
−
70
−
−
−
−
80
4.6
4.9
62.2
9.5
90
5.6
6.0
57.3
11.6
100
6.6
7.0
53.8
13.7
120
8.6
9.2
49.4
18.0
3.3
3.6 103.2
140
10.7
11.4
46.7
22.2
4.8
5.1
87.3
9.9
160
12.7
13.5
44.8
26.4
6.2
6.6
78.7
12.9
180
14.7
15.7
43.4
30.7
7.6
8.1
73.4
15.8
9.6
69.7
18.8
7.0
−
−
−
−
5
200
16.7
17.9
42.4
34.9
9.0
250
21.8
23.3
40.7
45.5
12.6
13.4
64.1
26.2
300
26.9
28.7
39.6
56.0
16.1
17.2
61.0
33.6
8.8
350
32.0
34.1
38.9
66.6
19.7
21.0
59.0
41.0
11.1
11.9
98.9 23.2
400
37.0
39.5
38.4
77.2
23.2
24.8
57.6
48.4
13.5
14.4
94.7 28.1
450
42.1
44.9
38.0
87.7
26.8
28.6
56.6
55.8
15.9
16.9
91.8 33.1
500
47.2
50.3
37.6
98.3
30.3
32.4
55.9
63.2
18.2
19.5
89.6 38.0
600
57.3
61.2
37.2 119.5
37.4
39.9
54.7
78.0
23.0
24.5
86.6 47.9
700
67.5
72.0
36.8 140.6
44.5
47.5
54.0
92.8
27.7
29.6
84.6 57.7
800
77.6
82.8
36.6 161.8
51.6
55.1
53.4 107.6
32.4
34.6
83.2 67.6
900
87.8
93.6
36.4 182.9
58.8
62.7
53.0 122.4
37.2
39.7
82.2 77.5
70.2
52.7 137.2
9.3 105.4 18.3
1000
97.9 104.5
36.3 204.0
65.9
41.9
44.7
81.4 87.3
1100
108.1 115.3
36.2 225.2
73.0
77.8
52.4 152.0
46.6
49.8
80.7 97.2
1200
118.2 126.1
36.1 246.3
80.1
85.4
52.2 166.8
51.4
54.8
80.2 107.1
1300
128.4 136.9
36.0 267.5
87.2
93.0
52.0 181.6
56.1
59.9
79.7 116.9
1400
138.5 147.8
35.9 288.6
94.3 100.6
51.9 196.4
60.9
64.9
79.4 126.8
51.8 211.2
65.6
1500
148.7 158.6
35.8 309.8
101.4 108.1
70.0
79.1 136.7
1600
158.8 169.4
35.8 330.9
108.5 115.7
51.6 226.0
70.3
75.0
78.8 146.5
1700
169.0 180.2
35.7 352.0
115.6 123.3
51.5 240.8
75.1
80.1
78.5 156.4
1800
179.1 191.1
35.7 373.2
122.7 130.9
51.4 255.6
79.8
85.1
78.3 166.3
1900
189.3 201.9
35.7 394.3
129.8 138.5
51.4 270.4
84.5
90.2
78.2 176.1
2000
199.4 212.7
35.6 415.5
136.9 146.0
51.3 285.2
89.3
95.2
78.0 186.0
2500
250.2 266.9
35.5 521.2
172.4 183.9
51.0 359.2 113.0
120.5
77.4 235.3
3000
300.9 321.0
35.4 626.9
207.9 221.8
50.9 433.2 136.6
145.8
76.9 284.7
3500
351.6 375.1
35.4 732.6
243.5 259.7
50.7 507.2 160.3
171.0
76.7 334.0
4000
402.4 429.2
35.3 838.4
279.0 297.6
50.6 581.2 184.0
196.3
76.4 383.3
4500
453.1 483.4
35.3 944.1
314.5 335.5
50.6 655.2 207.7
221.5
76.3 432.7
50.5 729.2 231.4
5000
503.9 537.5
35.2 1049.8
350.0 373.4
246.8
76.2 482.0
5500
554.6 591.6
35.2 1155.5
385.5 411.3
50.5 803.2 255.0
272.1
76.0 531.3
6000
605.4 645.8
35.2 1261.2
421.1 449.1
50.4 877.2 278.7
297.3
76.0 580.7
6500
656.1 699.9
35.2 1367.0
456.6 487.0
50.4 951.2 302.4
322.6
75.9 630.0
7000
706.8 754.0
35.2 1472.7
492.1 524.9
50.4 1025.3 326.1
347.8
75.8 679.4
35.2 1578.4
527.6 562.8
50.3 1099.3 349.8
373.1
75.8 728.7
7500
757.6 808.1
5-5
Connection and Installation Methods
When the IV-S30C4 camera is used
39.0
60
21.1
22.5
8.8
43.9
8.8
70
25.8
27.5
8.6
80
30.5
32.6
8.4
90
35.3
37.6
8.3
100
40.0
42.7
120
49.5
140
(mm)
(Hmm)
(Hmm)
(mm)
(mm)
−
−
−
−
Resolution
9.0
Focal length
20.0
Workpiece
size
18.7
Workpiece
size
55
Resolution
(mm)
Workpiece
size
Focal length
(Hmm)
Workpiece
size
Workpiece
size
(Hmm)
Lens focal length f=24 mm
Vertical Vertical direction 24.00
direction
Resolution
Workpiece
size
Camera
installation
distance (mm)
5
Vertical direction 7.50
Lens focal length f=15mm
Vertical
Vertical direction 15.00
direction
Focal length
Lens focal length f=7.2mm
Vertical
direction
(mm)
(Hmm)
(Hmm)
(mm)
−
−
−
−
9.3
18.2
18.3
4.1
4.4
30.9
8.6
53.8
11.1
11.9
17.6
23.2
5.6
6.0
29.1
11.7
63.6
13.5
14.4
17.1
28.1
7.1
7.6
28.0
14.8
73.5
15.9
16.9
16.8
33.1
8.6
9.2
27.3
17.9
8.2
83.4
18.2
19.5
16.6
38.0
10.1
10.7
26.8
21.0
52.8
8.1
103.1
23.0
24.5
16.2
47.9
13.0
13.9
26.2
27.1
59.0
62.9
8.0
122.8
27.7
29.6
16.0
57.7
16.0
17.1
25.8
33.3
160
68.4
73.0
7.9
142.6
32.4
34.6
15.9
67.6
18.9
20.2
25.5
39.5
180
77.9
83.1
7.9
162.3
37.2
39.7
15.8
77.5
21.9
23.4
25.3
45.6
200
87.4
93.2
7.8
182.0
41.9
44.7
15.7
87.3
24.9
26.5
25.1
51.8
250
111.1
118.5
7.8
231.4
53.8
57.3
15.5
112.0
32.3
34.4
24.9
67.2
300
134.7
143.7
7.7
280.7
65.6
70.0
15.4
136.7
39.7
42.3
24.7
82.6
350
158.4
169.0
7.7
330.1
77.4
82.6
15.4
161.3
47.1
50.2
24.6
98.1
400
182.1
194.2
7.7
379.4
89.3
95.2
15.3
186.0
54.5
58.1
24.5
113.5
450
205.8
219.5
7.6
428.7
101.1
107.9
15.3
210.7
61.9
66.0
24.5
128.9
500
229.5
244.8
7.6
478.1
113.0
120.5
15.3
235.3
69.3
73.9
24.4
144.3
600
276.8
295.3
7.6
576.7
136.6
145.8
15.2
284.7
84.1
89.7
24.3
175.1
700
324.2
345.8
7.6
675.4
160.3
171.0
15.2
334.0
98.9
105.5
24.3
206.0
800
371.5
396.3
7.6
774.1
184.0
196.3
15.2
383.3
113.7
121.2
24.3
236.8
900
418.9
446.8
7.6
872.8
207.7
221.5
15.1
432.7
128.5
137.0
24.2
267.6
1000
466.3
497.4
7.6
971.4
231.4
246.8
15.1
482.0
143.3
152.8
24.2
298.5
1100
513.6
547.9
7.6 1070.1
255.0
272.1
15.1
531.3
158.1
168.6
24.2
329.3
1200
561.0
598.4
7.6 1168.8
278.7
297.3
15.1
580.7
172.9
184.4
24.2
360.2
1300
608.3
648.9
7.5 1267.4
302.4
322.6
15.1
630.0
187.7
200.2
24.2
391.0
1400
655.7
699.4
7.5 1366.1
326.1
347.8
15.1
679.4
202.5
216.0
24.1
421.8
1500
703.1
750.0
7.5 1464.8
349.8
373.1
15.1
728.7
217.3
231.8
24.1
452.7
1600
750.4
800.5
7.5 1563.5
373.4
398.4
15.1
778.0
232.1
247.5
24.1
483.5
1700
797.8
851.0
7.5 1662.1
397.1
423.6
15.1
827.4
246.9
263.3
24.1
514.3
1800
845.1
901.5
7.5 1760.8
420.8
448.9
15.1
876.7
261.7
279.1
24.1
545.2
1900
892.5
952.0
7.5 1859.5
444.5
474.1
15.1
926.0
276.5
294.9
24.1
576.0
2000
939.9
1002.6
7.5 1958.1
468.2
499.4
15.1
975.4
291.3
310.7
24.1
606.8
2500 1176.7
1255.2
7.5 2451.5
586.6
625.7
15.0
1222.1
365.3
389.6
24.1
761.0
3000 1413.5
1507.8
7.5 2944.9
705.0
752.0
15.0
1468.7
439.3
468.6
24.1
915.2
823.4
878.3
15.0
1715.4
513.3
547.5
24.1
1069.4
3500 1650.3
1760.4
7.5 3438.2
4000 1887.1
2013.0
7.5 3931.6
941.8
1004.6
15.0
1962.1
587.3
626.4
24.0
1223.5
4500 2123.9
2265.6
7.5 4424.9
1060.2
1130.9
15.0
2208.8
661.3
705.4
24.0
1377.7
5000 2360.7
2518.2
7.5 4918.3
1178.6
1257.2
15.0
2455.4
735.3
784.3
24.0
1531.9
5500 2597.5
2770.8
7.5 5411.7
1297.0
1383.5
15.0
2702.1
809.3
863.3
24.0
1686.1
6000 2834.3
3023.4
7.5 5905.0
1415.4
1509.8
15.0
2948.8
883.3
942.2
24.0
1840.2
6500 3071.1
3276.0
7.5 6398.4
1533.8
1636.1
15.0
3195.5
957.3
1021.1
24.0
1994.4
7000 3307.9
3528.6
7.5 6891.7
1652.2
1762.4
15.0
3442.2
1031.3
1100.1
24.0
2148.6
7500 3544.7
3781.2
7.5 7385.1
1770.6
1888.7
15.0
3688.8
1105.3
1179.0
24.0
2302.8
5-6
Connection and Installation Methods
Table of magnifications and viewing size
(Vertical size x Horizontal size x Diagonal size) mm
Magnification 1/3" viewing field 14" monitor magnification
×0.14
25×27×36.6
8.3
×0.16
22×23×32.2
9.4
×0.18
20×21×29.2
10.6
×0.2
18×19×26.3
11.8
×0.3
12×13×17.5
17.8
×0.5
7.2×7.7×10.53
29.6
×0.75
4.8×5.1×7.02
44.4
×0.8
4.5×4.8×6.58
47.4
×1
3.6×3.8×5.26
59.3
×2
1.8×1.9×2.63
118.6
×4
0.9×0.96×1.316
237.2
×4.5
0.8×0.85×1.170
266.8
×6
0.6×0.64×0.877
355.8
×8
0.45×0.48×0.658
474.4
×10
0.36×0.38×0.526
593
×12
0.3×0.32×0.439
711.6
5-7
5
Connection and Installation Methods
5-2 Installing, connecting and wiring the IV-C35M controller
[1] Connecting equipment to the controller
Connect the cameras (up to 2 cameras), remote keypad, and monitor to the controller (IV-C35M).
Camera 2 connector (CAMERA2)
Camera 1 connector (CAMERA1)
Remote key pad
connector
(REMOTE)
Controller
(side view)
IV-C35M
Monitor connector (VIDEO)
Remote keypad
3
Monitor
2
1
5
1
4
Camera 2
4
Camera 1
Connect the camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5) connector or a connector of the main interface
cable supplied with the IV-C35M to the camera 1 (CAMERA1) and camera 2 (CAMERA2)
connectors on the controller.
Note: Only connect or disconnect the camera connectors while the power is OFF.
- Push the convex side of the connector into the concave side of the mating connector. When the
connector is all the way on, it clicks.
- To disconnect the connector, hold the plug of the connector, and pull it straight out.
- A camera connected to the camera 1 connector (CAMERA1) is treated as camera 1 by this
system, and a camera connected to the camera 2 connector (CAMERA2) is treated as camera
2.
Note: You must have a camera connected to the camera 1 connector.
Plug the remote keypad (IV-S30RK1) connector into the remote keypad connector (REMOTE)
on the controller.
Connect the monitor to the monitor connector (VIDEO: RCA jack) on the controller using the
monitor cable (supplied with the controller) and a conversion connector (supplied with controller).
If the monitor has an RCA jack, the conversion connector is not required.
- Use a monitor with either an EIA or NTSC compatible video input terminal.
- Connect the cable to the monitor connector straight and treat it carefully.
BNC connector
Monitor
Conversion
connector
RCA jack
Monitor cable
(Cable length 2 m)
Controller
Monitor connector (VIDEO)
Monitor
- If you need a monitor cable longer than 2 m, you can purchase a one at a video store.
For details about connecting and installing cameras, see page 5-16 and after in this manual.
5-8
Connection and Installation Methods
Leave enough space around the controller (IV-C35M)
In order to connect camera cables, the remote key pad cable, monitor cable and D-sub connector to
the controller, the following space (min.) is required.
148mm
130mm
9mm
9mm
INPUT
X0
100mm
Y0
X1
Y1
X2
Y2
X3
Y3
X4
Y4
X5
Y5
X6
Y6
X7
Y7
COM +24V
READY COM
OUTPUT
VIDEO
COMPACTFLASH
CAMERA1 CAMERA2
0V
IV-C35M
POWER
USB
RS232C/RS422
· Do not bend the camera cables repeatedly.
· Make sure the installation location allows
enough space for the input/output wires
going to the I/O terminal block and the
power terminal block on the controller.
* Monitor cable and D-sub connector are
accessories of the IV-C35M controller.
REMOTE
100mm
(minimum)
5
D-sub connector*
Card cover
Camera cable
- When using a memory card, install a card
cover (accessory) on the IV-C35M housing.
See page 6-17.
Monitor cable*
[2] Installation
To install the IV-C35M controller, secure the bottom of the housing on the mounting surface with the two
main housing brackets (supplied with the controller.)
Main housing bracket
Mounting surface
Mounting procedure
1. Install the main housing angle bracket at the bottom of the IV-C35M housing, and secure using 4
screws (M3 x 6: Accessory).
Bottom view
Screw installation position
(4 places)
Main housing bracket
(2 pcs.)
5-9
Connection and Installation Methods
10.5
4.5
2. Using installation holes (4.5 mm width and 4 positions) of the main housing angle bracket, install
the IV-C35M main housing on a panel.
5
5
138
(Unit: mm)
INPUT
X1
Y1
X2
Y2
X3
Y3
X4
Y4
X5
Y5
X6
Y6
X7
Y7
COM +24V
READY COM
IV-C35M
0V
OUTPUT
70
POWER
100
X0
Y0
10.5
Mounting position
(4 places)
Main housing bracket
VIDEO
COMPACTFLASH
CAMERA1 CAMERA2
USB
RS232C/RS422
REMOTE
148
The external dimensions of the main housing brackets and the controller are shown on the
following page.
5
External dimension of the IV-C35M
4-M3 tapped holes
(for securing angle bracket)
42
(Unit: mm)
100
REMOTE
IV-C35M
42
130
USB
RS232C/RS422
COMPACTFLASH
CAMERA1 CAMERA2
130
0V
COM +24V
READY COM
X6
Y6
X5
Y5
X4
OUTPUT
INPUT
Y4
VIDEO
Y0
X0
Y1
X1
Y2
X2
Y3
X3
130
Y7
X7
POWER
100
External dimension of main housing angle bracket
116
138
148
2
4-φ 4.5 hole
(To secure base)
6
4-φ 3.2
(To secure on
the IV-C35M)
12.5
7
13
101
4.5
36
70
95
81
30
52
(Unit: mm)
128
5-10
Connection and Installation Methods
[3] Connecting a power supply
Connect a commercially available constant-voltage power supply to the power terminals (POWER: +24 V,
0 V) on the controller (IV-C35M). Use a 24 VDC ±10%, 1200 mA or more constant-voltage power supply.
- Use an individual power supply to supply power to the controller. If the power supply is used to power
other equipment, measurement errors may occur.
- Check the polarity of the power supply terminals, +24 V and 0 V. If power is supplied with the polarity
inverted, the controller may be damaged.
- Only connect or disconnect the camera cable and other equipment while the power is OFF.
Frame ground
terminal
Constant-voltage
power supply
24 VDC
(+)
(-)
5
Fuse
(1A)
Power supply terminal
(POWER: + 24V)
Frame ground
terminal
Power supply terminal
(POWER : 0V)
INPUT
X0
Y0
X1
Y1
X2
Y2
X3
Y3
X4
Y4
X5
Y5
X6
Y6
X7
Y7
COM +24V
READY COM
0V
OUTPUT
This distance must be
as short as possible.
(Recommended distance:
less than 1 m)
Note
To improve the noise resistance of the constant-voltage power supply connected to the
controller (IV-C35M), observe the following precautions.
- Ground the FG terminal of the constant-voltage power supply according to the class 3
grounding.
- The power line between the controller and the constant-voltage power supply must be as
short as possible. (Recommended distance: less than 1 m)
Do not run the power supply line near any noise generating sources, such as electric motor
lines.
- Use twisted-pair wire for the power supply line.
5-11
Connection and Installation Methods
[4] Connecting to the input/output terminals (parallel I/F)
8 input terminals and 9 output terminals are available on the input/output terminal block on the
controller (IV-C35M).
The input terminal block has INPUT terminals X0 to X7 and COM , and the output terminal block has
OUTPUT terminals Y0 to Y7, READY and COM .
Input/output terminal block on the controller
Input terminals (INPUT)
X0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7
5
Y0 Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6 Y7
COM
COM
READY
Output terminals (OUTPUT)
Interrupt processing input
(1 terminal)
External trigger (X0)
Input (7 terminals)
Object type change (X1 to 5): 5 terminals
External input (X6 and 7): 2 terminals
Terminal Common for input (1 terminal)
block
Output (9 terminals)
(+) or (-) common
READY: 1 terminal
Logical output set by user (Y0 to 7): 8 terminals
Common for output (1 terminal) (+) or (-) common
Power supply (2 terminals)
24 VDC: 1 terminal, 0 V: 1 terminal
I/O port
The input/output terminals are isolated by photocouplers, to prevent malfunctions due to noise. Use
them within the rated range. The specifications of the input/output ports are listed below.
Item
Rated input voltage
12/24 VDC
Input voltage range
10.8 to 26.4 VDC
Input Input voltage level
Output
Rating
ON: 10.5 V or less OFF: 5 V or more
Input current level
ON: 3 mA or less OFF: 1.5 mA or more
Input impedance
3.3 k ohm
Response time
1 ms or less (OFF to ON, ON to OFF)
Rated output voltage
12/24 VDC
Load voltage range
10.8 to 26.4 VDC
Rated max. output current 100 mA DC
Output type
MOS FET open drain
Drop of ON voltage
1.2V or less (100mA)
Isolation method
Photo MOS isolation
Response time
3 ms or less (OFF to ON, ON to OFF)
5-12
Connection and Installation Methods
Wiring to the controller (IV-C35M)
X0
X7
+
Load
-
COM
L
L
Y0
Y7
L
READY
Power
supply
Output
Power
supply
Input
+
Fuse
(1A)
COM
IV-C35M
Protective element
(Power supply
limit: 33 V)
5
[5] Connection for communications with personal computer (general purpose
serial I/F)
Connect a personal computer to the communication connector (RS232C/RS422) on the controller (IVC35M).
A 9-pin D-sub, male connector is included with the controller.
IV-C35M
Personal
computer
RS-232C/RS-422
Communication connector
(RS232C/RS422 : 9-pin D-sub female,
rock screw M2.6)
The controller pin arrangement of the communication connector (for RS-232C)
Communication Pin No.
standard
5
1
RS-232C
9
6
(9-pin D-sub, female)
RS-422C
Connector case
Signal
name
Details
Direction
2
RD
Received data
(Personal computer - Controller)
Input
3
SD
Transmitted data
(Controller - Personal computer)
Output
5
4
7
8
9
SG
TA
TB
RA
RB
FG
5-13
Signal ground
−
Transmitted data
(IV-C35M - Personal computer)
Output
Received data
(Personal computer - IV-C35M)
Input
Frame ground
−
Connection and Installation Methods
(1) When communicating through the RS-232C port
- The controller pin arrangement of the communication connector (for RS-232C)
Personal computer
DOS/V, IBM-PC
Communication connector on the IV-C35M
(RS232C/RS422: 9-pin D-sub)
Signal
Function
Pin No.
name
Connector
Frame ground
FG
case
PC98 series
9-pin D-sub 25-pin D-sub
5
Signal
name
Pin No. Pin No.
Connector Connector
FG
case
case
3
2
SD
2
3
RD
5
7
SG
7
4
RS
8
5
CS
6
6
DSR
1
8
CD
4
20
DTR
2
3
5
RD
SD
SG
Received data
Transmitted data
Signal ground
1
6
FL1
FL2
Memory protection 1
Memory protection 1
*(RS-232C)
Note: When terminal 1 and 6 are opened, flash
memory protection will be ON. If you do not
want to use a flash memory in serial, we
recommend not to short circuit terminal 1 and 6.
* The maximum length of the communication cable depends on the communication speed.
Communication speed (kbps) Cable length - Conduct a communication
test before using the devices for
9.6, 19.2
15 m or less
measurements.
2 to 3 m
38.4, 57.6, 115.2
(2) When communicating through the RS-422
4-line system or 2-line system of RS422 shall be set as serial communication on the "I/O condition
settings."
See "Chapter 21: Setting the Input/Output Conditions" in the IV-C35M User’s Manual, Function
and Operation.
4-wire system
Personal
computer RS-232C/422 converter
Z-101HE
Signal
name
1 FG SHIELD
FG
2 TD
RD(+)
TD
3 RD
RD(—)
RD
7 SG
TD(+)
SG
TD(—)
15 m
or less
(RS-232C)
Shielded twisted-pair cable
IV-C35M (9-pin D-sub)
1 km or less
(RS-422)
Pin No. Signal
name
Connector
case
Function
Connector frame ground
4
7
8
9
FG
TA
TB
RA
RB
1
6
FL1 Memory protection 1
FL2 Memory protection 2
Transmitted data
(IV-C35M - Personal computer)
Received data
(Personal computer -IV-C35M)
Note: When terminal 1 and 6 are opened, flash
memory protection will be ON. If you do not
want to use a flash memory in serial, we
recommend not to short circuit terminal 1 and 6.
5-14
Connection and Installation Methods
2-wire system
Personal
computer RS-232C/422 converter
Z-101HE
Signal
name
1 FG SHIELD
FG
2 TD
TD
RD(+)
3 RD
RD
4 RS
RS
RD(—)
7 SG
SG
15 m
or less
Shielded twisted-pair cable
IV-C35M (9-pin D-sub)
Signal
Pin No. name
Connector
case
1 km or less
(RS-422)
(RS-232C)
Function
4
7
8
9
FG Connector frame ground
TA
Transmitted data
TB (IV-C35M - Personal computer)
RA
Received data
RB (Personal computer -IV-C35M)
1
6
FL1 Memory protection 1
FL2 Memory protection 2
Note: When terminal 1 and 6 are opened, flash
memory protection will be ON. If you do not
want to use a flash memory in serial, we
recommend not to short circuit terminal 1 and 6.
[6] Connecting a programmable controller using the computer link function
Connect a programmable controller to the communication connector (RS232C/RS422) and the input/
output terminals on the controller (IV-C35M).
Input/output terminals
IV-C35M
(plan view)
Programmable controller
X0
Y0
X1
Y1
X2
Y2
X3
Y3
X4
Y4
X5
Y5
X6
Y6
X7
Y7
COM +24V
READY COM
OUTPUT
0V
IV-C35M
POWER
O/I
Communication
port
INPUT
2)
VIDEO
COMPACTFLASH
CAMERA1 CAMERA2
USB
RS232C/RS422
REMOTE
IV-C35M
(side view)
1)
RS-232C/RS-422
Communication connector
(RS232C/RS422)
1) Connect the computer link connector (RS-232C/RS-422) of a programmable controller to the
communication connector (RS232C/RS422: 9-pin D-sub, female) on the controller.
See "Chapter 23 : Computer Link" in the IV-C35M User’s Manual (Function and Operation).
- In the case of RS-232C, the maximum communication cable length depends on the
communication speed.
See page 5-14.
2) Connect the input/output terminals of the programmable controller to the input/output terminals
on the controller.
See page 5-12.
5-15
5
Connection and Installation Methods
5-3 Installing and connecting the IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3/S30C4 camera
[1] Installing and connecting the IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3 color and high-speed
monochrome cameras
(1) Connections
Up to two IV-C30C5 color cameras or IV-S30C3 high-speed monochrome cameras can be connected
to the following controllers using camera cables.
IV-C35M (side view)
Camera 2 connector: CAMERA2
Camera 1 connector: CAMERA 1
3)
2)
1)
Camera 1
5
Camera
Camera
(IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3) cable
Connector
Plug
1)
Camera 2
1) Connect the IV-S30KC3/S30KC5 camera cable(s) to the CAMERA 1 and CAMERA 2 connectors
on the controller.
- To connect them, match the keyed portion of the connectors and press in. When they are firmly
connected, you will hear a click.
- To unplug a connector, hold the plug housing and pull it straight out.
- Any camera plugged into the CAMERA 1 connector will be system camera 1 and any camera
plugged into the CAMERA 2 connector will be system camera 2 in the IV-C35M system.
Note 1: Make sure to turn OFF the power before connecting or disconnecting the cameras.
Note 2: If there is only one camera, make sure to connect it as system camera 1.
2) Plug the other end of the camera cable into the IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3 and tighten the securing
ring on the plug housing.
3) Screw the IV-S20L16 camera lens (or similar) into the lens holder on the IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3
until it is secure.
Camera lens
(IV-S20L16 or similar)
Lens holder
IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3
Remarks
- You cannot use different types of cameras at the same time with the same controller (color
and high-speed monochrome camera cannot be mixed). When an IV-C30C5 or IV-S30C3
is connected to the controller, the other cameras that can be connected to the controller are
as follows:
Camera
Compatible second cameras
Color camera
(IV-C30C5)
High-speed
monochrome camera
(IV-S30C3)
IV-S30C4 (Micro, high-speed monochrome camera)
- Do not connect the IV-C30C5 color camera to other controller such as IV-S33MX etc.
5-16
Connection and Installation Methods
(2) Installing the camera body
Attach the camera (IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3) on the mounting surface with the camera angle bracket
(supplied with the camera).
- Installation example 1
Camera front view
Camera side view
Camera angle bracket
IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3
Camera lens
(IV-S20L16 or similar)
Mounting
surface
5
- Installation example 2
Camera angle bracket
IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3
Mounting
surface
- Installation example 3
IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3
Camera angle bracket
Mounting
surface
Installation procedure
1. Attach the camera angle bracket to the tapped M3 hole on the camera body (20 mm mounting
pitch: one of three holes). Two screws (M 3 x 6) are supplied with the camera for attaching the
angle.
2. Attach the camera controller angle to the mounting surface with the slotted holes 3.2 mm wide
(20 mm mounting pitch) or 1/4-20 UNC threaded hole.
The external dimensions of the camera angle bracket and the IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3 camera body are
shown on the following page.
5-17
Connection and Installation Methods
External dimensions when the IV-S20L16 camera lens and IV-S30KC3/KC5 camera cable are
connected to the IV-C30C5/IV-S30C3 camera.
28.5∼34
37
(Unit: mm)
37
43
43
2 M3 tapped holes
φ14.7
30
2 M3 tapped holes
φ7
*
5 20
32
5 20
32
7
*
32
7
3
IV-S30KC3:3000
IV-S30KC5:5000
37
7
2 M3 tapped holes
5
*1
5 20 5
30
*1 Attach the camera angle bracket to one of the
tapped M3 holes 20 mm mounting pitch (3
places).
External dimensions of camera angle bracket
4 slotted holes wide
(for securing on the camera body)
10°
10°
(Unit: mm)
25
39
20
5.5
2 slotted holes 3.2 mm wide
(for attachment to the mounting surface)
28
31
17
1/4-20 UNC threaded hole
(for attachment to the mounting surface)
3.2
28
20
22.5
60°
5-18
Connection and Installation Methods
Note
- When the camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5) is bent, its bending radius should be larger than
40 mm.
If the camera cable will be bent repeatedly during operation, design the cable layout so that
the bending radius is 75 mm or more and use components that can be flexed up to 2 million
times.
Camera cable
Bending radius: Min. 40 mm
5
5-19
Connection and Installation Methods
[2] Installing and connecting the IV-S30C4 micro, high-speed monochrome
cameras
(1) Connections
Up to two IV-S30C4 micro, high-speed cameras can be connected to the following controllers using
camera cables.
IV-C35M
Camera 2 connector: CAMERA 2
(side)
Camera 1 connector: CAMERA 1
5
2)
3)
Camera 1
1)
IV-S30C4
Camera
cable
Connector
Plug
Camera 2
1) Connect the IV-S30KC3/S30KC5 camera cable(s) to the CAMERA 1 and CAMERA 2 connectors
on the controller.
- To connect them, match the keyed portion of the connectors and press in. When they are firmly
connected, you will hear a click.
- To unplug a connector, hold the plug housing and pull it straight out.
- Any camera plugged into the CAMERA 1 connector will be system camera 1 and any camera
plugged into the CAMERA 2 connector will be system camera 2 in the IV-C35M system.
Note 1: Make sure to turn OFF the power before connecting or disconnecting the cameras.
Note 2: If there is only one camera, make sure to connect it as system camera 1.
Remarks
- You cannot use different types of cameras at the same time with the same controller (color
and high-speed monochrome camera can not be mixed). When an IV-S30C4 is connected
to the controller, the other cameras that can be connected to the controller are as follows:
Camera
Micro, high-speed
monochrome camera
(IV-S30C4)
Compatible second cameras
IV-S30C3 (high-speed monochrome camera)
5-20
Connection and Installation Methods
2) Plug the camera connector on the camera cable (camera conversion cable) into the cable
connector on the IV-S30C4 camera and screw it down to secure the connection.
3) Screw a commercially available lens into the camera head of the IV-S30C4.
.
Lens
(commercially available)
Camera head
STEP 1 Screw the lens in until the camera image is focused.
5
STEP 1 Secure the lens using the lens locking ring on the camera head
Lens locking ring
M15.5 x 0.5
7
φ1
φ16
External dimensions of the IV-S30C4 camera head
7.4±0.1
*
3 22±0.1
35.6
*7
5-21
(Unit: mm)
Connection and Installation Methods
(2) Installation of the camera head
1. Put the camera head through the bracket (supplied with the IV-S30C4) from the cable side and
slide the camera head into position.
Camera head bracket
(accessory)
Installed position of
the camera head
Camera head
Lens
(commercially available)
2. Secure the camera head bracket using the M3x6 screws that come with the IV-S30C4.
5
Screws
(M3 x 6:
accessory)
Mounting hole
(f3.4: For securing the
camera assembly in place)
3. Secure the camera head assembly in place using the mounting hole (ø3.4) on the camera head
bracket.
Front view
Side view
Installation surface
Installation surface
Note: The camera head bracket supplied with the camera is for simple installations and is not
vibration-damping. To meet specific needs, the user may have to make a specialized
bracket.
External dimensions of the camera head bracket
(Unit: mm)
9
31.4
M3 hole
4
f 3.
f3
.4
f3
.4
0.4
7 to10
(Shape before installation)
5-22
20.8
27.9
5.
f1
6.5
Connection and Installation Methods
(3) Installation of the camera body
1. Attach the camera mounting bracket (comes with the IV-S30C4) to the three M3 tapped holes
(spacing: 20 mm) on the camera body using the M3x6 installation screws that come with the IVS30C4.
2. Secure the camera mounting bracket on the installation surface using a 3.2 mm long, 20 mm
difference screw or a 1/4-20 UNC screw hole.
[Installation example]
Front view
Camera body
Side view
Camera body
Camera mounting bracket
(accessory)
Installation
surface
Camera mounting bracket
5
External dimensions of the IV-S30C4 camera body
(Unit: mm)
32
※
20
5
30
50
6.5
2 M3 tapped holes
※
5 20
28.5
28.5
50
※
5 20 5
28.5
50
2 M3 tapped holes
* Attach the camera angle bracket to one of
the tapped M3 holes 20 mm mounting
pitch (3 places).
2 M3 tapped holes
5-23
Connection and Installation Methods
External dimensions of camera angle bracket
4 slotted holes wide
(for securing on the camera body)
10°
10°
(Unit: mm)
25
39
20
5.5
2 slotted holes 3.2 mm wide
(for attachment to the mounting surface)
5
28
31
17
1/4-20 UNC threaded hole
(for attachment to the mounting surface)
3.2
28
20
22.5
60°
Note
- When the camera head cable is bent, its bending radius should be larger than 40 mm.
If the camera cable will be bent repeatedly during operation, design the cable layout so that
the bending radius is 75 mm or more and use components that can be flexed up to 2 million
times.
Head cable
* Bending radius: Min. 40 mm
*
*
5-24
Setting and Operating Outlines
Chapter 6: Setting and Operating Outlines
6-1 Setting and operating procedures
This paragraph describes the rough operation sequence of the IV-C35M.
1 System design
(Ref. chapter)
Plan your hardware environment to suit your use of the IV-C35M.
1-4 Measurement programs
- Measurement program (positional deviation
measurement, degree of match inspection, etc.)
3-1 Basic system configuration
- Number of cameras, externally connected devices,
system components
3-1 Basic system configuration
- Selection of color and monochrome cameras
3-2 System configuration examples
- Input/output (start measurement input, result
output, object type change, etc.)
5-1 Installation conditions
- Lighting equipment, illumination, shutter speed, lens, etc.
2 Installation/assembly
Install the hardware you will be using.
- Connection of cameras and monitor to the controller
- Installation of the controller and camera body
- Connection of a power supply, input/output terminals
and external devices
5-2 to 5-4 Installation, connection
and wiring methods
3 Turning ON the power supply (controller and monitor)
Supply power to each device.
4 Environment settings
Set IV-C35M parameters according to the actual hardware environment.
- Setting the Input / Output conditions
User’s Manual (Function and Operation)
Chapter 21
- Communication
User’s Manual (Function and Operation)
Chapter 22
- Computer link
User’s Manual (Function and Operation)
Chapter 23
- Gain / offset adjustment
User’s Manual (Function and Operation)
page 2-15
5 Enter measuring programs
Entered using the
wizard
Entered using the
menu tree
6 Editing Operation screen
Chapter 7: Setting Examples Using
the Set Wizard
6-4 Operation chart
6-5 Menu Tree
6-7 Editing operation screen
7 Other settings
Initialization
Self Diagnosis
6-8 Option
8 Operation
9 Test/inspection
User’s Manual (Function and Operation)
Chapter 24
0 Maintenance
6-1
6
Setting and Operating Outlines
6-2 Description of the operation screen
When the IV-C35M is started, the operation screen shown below will appear.
Each area of the operation screen is described below.
(2) Color mode (3) Freeze/through screen
(4) Camera currently selected
(1) Object type number
(TYPE00)
COLOR F C1 BRT
V*.**
(7) Measuring time
(5) Image brightness: bright/dark
MEAS 0000ms 2001-12-07 10:38 MEASURE 0 CAM1 NO
(6) Software version
(8) Measurement
setting details
(10) READY output
(9) I/O relay
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(11) Menu display
X0∼7□□□□□□□□ Y0∼7□□□□□□□□ READY■
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
(1) Displays the number of the currently selected object. (Object numbers can range from 00 to 31.)
(2) Indicates whether the current captured image is in color mode or monochrome mode.
Screen display
COLOR
No indication
Description
Appears when "color" is selected on the camera selection
Appears when "monochrome" is selected on the camera selection
(3) Select whether to display captured images on the screen as freeze images or through images.
Display
method
Through
image
Freeze
image
Description
- Displays the stream of images captured by the camera.
- Used for adjusting the camera focus and image properties.
- Displays the single image captured at the start of making measurements.
- Used to set each of the measurement conditions and operating conditions.
To switch the image between "Through" and "Freeze" modes, press the SEL key on the remote
keypad, and then press the up and down arrow keys.
(4) Indicates which camera is currently selected
C1: Camera 1 (the camera connected to the "CAMERA1" connector)
C2: Camera 2 (the camera connected to the "CAMERA2" connector)
6-2
Setting and Operating Outlines
(5) The brightness of the captured image can be set to one of two levels.
Screen display
Description
BRT
Display the captured image without changing its brightness.
DRK*
Display the captured image at 1/2 the actual brightness
* This is effective when the characters on screen are difficult to read as the screen is dark.
How to select the brightness level
On any screen, except the operation screen, move the cursor to
the "F" (freeze) or "T" (through) position on the upper part of the
screen by pressing the SEL key. Then, press the left or right
arrow key to move the cursor to the "BRT" (bright) or "DRK"
(dark) indicator. Press the up or down arrow key to switch
between bright and dark.
SEL
TRG/BRT
ESC
SET
(6) Displays the software version.
(7) Displays the measurement time currently assigned.
Actual measurement time
(Only when changing the object type)
Time to change
object type
CCD exposure time
(Shutter operation time)
CCD image
capture time
Image
processing time
Result output
time
- Serial communication time is not included.
- Set the controller as follows to reduce the measurement time.
1. Increase the shutter speed.
2. Select the "partial" image capture feature for the CCD.
3. Select "NO" for the measurement results display (message display, pattern display, and binary
image display).
(8) Display setting details of each measurement.
MEASURE 0
CAM1
NO
↑
Measurement
numbers from 0 to 4
↑
Camera 1 or
camera 2
↑
Measurement
program name
], ON [
].
(9) Displays the status of input relays X0 to X7: OFF [
Displays the status of output relays Y0 to Y7: OFF [
], ON [
].
(10) Displays the status of the ready output: OFF [
], ON [
].
(11) The menu bar at the bottom has two rows. When this menu is selected, the second row will
appear.
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
MNU-CHG NEXT-NG CHG-C1 CHG-C2 MANL-MEAS SHORTCUT
The details of each item on this menu bar are shown on the next page.
6-3
6
Setting and Operating Outlines
Details of each item on the menu bar
Item on the menu bar
MAIN-COND
(main conditions)
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Description
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
Displays the MAIN screen.
Press the up and down arrow keys to change the display of
the evaluation results for each measurement number.
CHG-MEA
(Measurement 0 camera 1 -> measurement 0 camera 2 ->
(Change measurement)
Measurement 1 -> Measurement 2 -> Measurement 3 ->
Measurement 4)
Displays the condition change selection list. Change the
conditions that get displayed by pressing the up and down
arrow keys.
COND-CHG
For details about the measurement conditions, see "Chapter
(Change the
3: Instruction and Hardware" in Function and Operation.
measurement
For details about the distance and angle conditions, see page
conditions)
18-2 in Function and Operation.
For details about the numeric value calculation conditions, see
page 19-6 in Function and Operation.
CHNG-REG
Change the display of the set of stored details between [A00] (change registration) [A07] and [A08] - [A15] using the up and down arrow keys
Displays the screen change selection list. Select a screen
using the up and down arrow keys.
Note: The OPS-MAIN, JDG-COND-CHG, and PC-MNTR do
not appear on the popup menu unless "YES" is selected
for each corresponding item on "TYPE RUN COND"
SCREEN-CHG
menu. Only the currently available screens are listed.
(change screen)
When an NG image is stored, "NG-IMG-DISP" can be
selected, press the SET key and the monitor will change to
the NG image display screen.*
- See page 1-22 in IV-C35M User's Manual, Function and
Operation.
CHG-TYPE
(change the object
type)
Display detail on the screen
Displays the object type selection list.
Select an object type by pressing the up and down keys.
This is enabled when Manual Object Type Change is set to
"YES."
MEASURE0 CAM1 NO
This part changes.
MEA-CND
DST&ANG COND...
NUMERIC CALC
COND-CHG CHNG-REG
OPS-MAIN
JDG-COND-CHG
PC-MNTR
SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
(TYPE00)
MEAS 0000ms MEASURE0 CAM1 NO
This part
changes.
NEXT-NG *
List the NG screens that can be selected.
(change the NG image) Select a screen using the up and down keys.
Moves the image from Camera 1 up and down the screen
CHG-C1
using the up and down arrow keys.
(change the Camera 1 Note: This is enabled when "CAM1&2" or "CAM1&NG IMG" is
image position)
selected in 1MONITOR OUTPUT on the TYPE RUN
COND menu (operating conditions).
Moves the image from Camera 2 up and down the screen
CHG-C2
using the up and down arrow keys.
(change the Camera 2 Note: This is enabled when "CAM1&2" or "CAM1&NG IMG" is
image position)
selected in 1MONITOR OUTPUT on the TYPE RUN
COND (operation conditions).
Manually move the two crosshair cursors, and measure
MANL-MEAS
distance between these two points, as well as coordinate
1CURSOR1-COORD MOVE(224.208)
2CURSOR2-COORD MOVE(287.271)
MANL-MEAS
distance on X and Y axes.
DIST-BETW-2PT 089.0
+
(Manual measurement) Note: Unless "MANL-MEAS" is selected on the
DIST-BETW-X 063.0
"qEXTENSION FUNC" line in the TYPE RUN COND
+
DIST-BETW-Y 063.0
(operation conditions), this screen cannot be displayed.
SHORTCUT
1SHORTCUT1
2SHORTCUT2
3SHORTCUT3
Displays a short cut screen.
6-4
【PLACE】
NO
NO
NO
Setting and Operating Outlines
6-3 Wizard
The "Wizard" is a program that helps users make settings for measurement operations easily and without
making mistakes. The controller asks you a series of questions at each step and you simply answer these
to complete the settings.
The wizard is convenient for making settings when beginners and inexperienced operators are operating
the machine. However, operators who are familiar with the operation may save a lot of time by using other
setting methods.
STEP1
SELECT THE MEASUREMENT
START INPUT I/F
1PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB ■
2TRIG CCD START
□
STEP2
SELECT AN IMAGE CAPTURING
METHOD DURING OPERATION
1PARTIAL-IMG
■
2ALL IMAGE
□
3NO CAPTURED
□
STEP7
STORE THIS SETTING AS A
SAMPLE IN THE WIZARD?
1NO
□
2YES
■
・・・
RETURN END
NEXT DETAIL
ENTER A SHUTTER SPEED
(1/30∼1/10000)
1SHUTTER SPEED 1/00060
RETURN NEXT
[1] How to start the standard wizard
Basic operation
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1. Move the cursor to the "MAIN-COND" item on
the lower menu using the left and right arrow
keys, and press the SET key.
(TYPE00)
COLOR F C1 BRT
V*.**
MEAS 0000ms 2001-10-14 10:38
MEASURE 0 CAM1 NO
Choose this
X0∼7□□□□□□□□ Y0∼7□□□□□□□□ READY■
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
2. The "MAIN MENU" will appear.
Move the cursor to the "SET WIZARD" item using
the up and down keys and press the SET key.
3. Move the cursor to the " STANDARD WIZARD"
and press the SET key. The SET WIZARD
program will start.
MAIN MENU
F C1 BRT
IVC35M
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
Function menu
SET WIZARD
Screen change menu
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
1CHG-TYPE
TYPE00
Start
End
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
Setting area
4. Answer the questions at each step, from STEP 1
to the final step (the step which displays the "End"
item")
Operation chart display area
STEP9
STORE A TITLE FOR THIS
SETTING?
1NO
□
2YES
■
RETURN
NEXT
DETAIL
Enter a detail setting screen of currently
selected item.
Goes to the next screen.
Return to the previous screen.
6-5
Setting and Operating Outlines
5. After storing the sample in the final step, the sample name will
line as shown on the figure right.
appear on the
SET WIZARD
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
4AREA
[2] Other operations in the "Set wizard" program
1. Up/down/left/right keys
When the "Set Wizard" program screen appears, the cursor is on the
" CHG-TYPE" item. Press the up and down keys and the cursor
will move to " STANDARD WIZARD" or " OPERATION
CHART." (For the details about the operation chart, see page 6-4.)
In this operation the left and right keys are not used.
6
2. SEL key
Move the cursor to the " STANDARD WIZARD"
line. Then press the SEL key. The cursor will jump
to "F" (freeze) in the upper menu area. Press the up
and down key to change between "F" (freeze) and
"T" (through) display of images.
SET WIZARD
SEL
ESC
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
TYPE00
Start
End
Static image (Capture an image with the camera and
display it on the monitor.
"T" (through): Dynamic images (display the sequence of images
coming from the camera on a real time basis. As the
object moves, the display of the object will also
move.)
SET WIZARD
SEL
TRG/BRT
ESC
SET
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
Press the SEL key again and the cursor will jump back to
" STANDARD WIZARD."
TYPE00
Start
End
SEL
TRG/BRT
ESC
3. TRG/BRT key
Move the cursor to the " STANDARD WIZARD" line using the up
and down arrow keys. Then press the TRG/BRT key. The cursor will
jump to "SCREEN" in the upper menu area. Press the left and right
arrow keys to move the cursor between the "SAVE" and "DEL
(delete)" items.
Press the TRG/BRT key again to bring the cursor back to the
" STANDARD WIZARD" item.
6-6
SET
[SAMPLE]
"F" (freeze):
When the cursor is at "F" (or "T") and you press the
left or right key, the cursor will move to the "BRT"
(bright) (or "DRK" (dark)) position. Now press the
up or down key to change the screen between
bright and dark.
"BRT": Bright screen
"DRK": Dark screen
TRG/BRT
SEL
SET
TRG/BRT
ESC
SET
Setting and Operating Outlines
4. ESC key
Press the ESC key to return to the previous screen.
SEL
TRG/BRT
ESC
SCREEN
Move the cursor to "SCREEN" and press the
SET key. A pop up menu will appear. Select
the desired item using the up and down arrow
keys and press the SET key.
"OPS-MENU": Return to the operation screen.
"RETURN": Return to the MAIN MENU.
SAVE
Move the cursor to the "SAVE" and press the
SET key. The Save Settings screen will
appear. Press the SET key and select "YES,"
the current setting data will be stored in flash
memory. If you press the ESC key and select
"NO," the controller will close the screen
without saving the current setting data.
SET WIZARD
SET
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
OPS-MENU
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD RETURN
3OPERATION CHART
SET WIZARD
TYPE00
Start
End
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
TYPE00
Start
End
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DATA SAVE? (YES=[SET]/NO=[ESC])
DEL
Deletes the sample selected.
CHG-TYPE
Move the cursor to " CHG-TYPE" and press
the up or down arrow key. The object number
shown on the right side of the monitor will
change. Use the number to determine the
object type number to set using the standard
wizard. (Or, use the number to select an
object number operation chart to display. See
page 6-9).
SET WIZARD
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
For details about the setting measurement conditions using the Set Wizard,
See "Chapter 7: Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard."
6-7
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
Change using the up and
down arrow keys.
TYPE
Start
End
00
Setting and Operating Outlines
6-4 Operation chart
As each setting is made using the wizard, the operation chart keeps track
of the settings and displays them as an operation chart. You can see all
settings you have made so far, or jump back to a specific step on the
operation chart.
This section describes how to use the operation chart. The operation chart
shows the measurement decisions that were made and saved as a chart.
You can easily see the major flow of the measurement process and you
can determine the execution timing for processes other than image
processing (such as numeric and ladder processing). Also, you can
change the settings for each step.
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:COLOR IMAGE CORRECT
STEP4:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP5:MEAS1/F/BIN-AREA
STEP6:MEAS1/WINDOW/MASK,1
STEP7:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP8:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP9:MEAS1/CALC
STEP10:MEAS1/OUT
STEP11:FINAL NUMERIC CALC
STEP12:FINAL OUTPUT COND
STEP13:SERIAL OUTPUT/ANY
STEP14:OPS MENU COND
STEP15:CALIBRATION/YES
STEP16:MOVE ALL WINDOW/YES
STEP17:TITLE/YES
End
[1] Method for displaying the operation chart
6
1. Move the cursor to "MAIN-COND" at the bottom of
the operation screen and press the SET key.
(TYPE00)
COLOR F C1 BRT
V*.**
MEAS 0000ms 2001-10-14 10:38
MEASURE 0 CAM1 NO
Choose this
X0∼7□□□□□□□□ Y0∼7□□□□□□□□ READY■
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
2. The "MAIN MENU" will appear.
Move the cursor to "SET WIZARD" using the up
and down arrow keys, and press the SET key.
3. The "SET WIZARD" screen will appear.
MAIN MENU
COLOR
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
SET WIZARD
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
6-8
F C1 BRT
IVC35M
TYPE00
Start
End
Setting and Operating Outlines
4. Change the object type number on the operation
chart to the desired object type number.
Select " CHG-TYPE" and press the SET key.
Then press the up and down arrow keys to change
the object type number.
After selecting a number, press the ESC key.
5. Move the cursor to " OPERATION CHART"
using the up and down arrow keys and press the
SET key. The operation chart for the selected
object type will be displayed on the right side of
the screen.
SET WIZARD
Change using the up and
down arrow keys.
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
SET WIZARD
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
TYPE
Start
End
COLOR
EXIT
[SAMPLE]
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
4AREA
Sample
Reference: To use a sample operation chart,
move the cursor to the sample
number desired and press the SET
key. (Ex.: )
Note: If no measurement conditions are set, the
screen will not display any operation chart
when you select " OPERATION CHART."
00
F C1 BRT
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:COLOR IMAGE CORRECT
STEP4:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP5:MEAS1/F/BIN-AREA
STEP6:MEAS1/WINDOW/MASK,1
STEP7:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP8:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP9:MEAS1/CALC
STEP10:MEAS1/OUT
STEP11:FINAL NUMERIC CALC
STEP12:FINAL OUTPUT COND
STEP13:SERIAL OUTPUT/ANY
STEP14:OPS MENU COND
STEP15:CALIBRATION/YES
STEP16:MOVE ALL WINDOW/YES
STEP17:TITLE/YES
End
[2] How to edit an operation chart
1. While looking at an open operation chart, select the item you want to edit using the up and down
arrow keys. Press the TRG/BRT key, and move
SET WIZARD
SCREEN EDIT SAVE
COLOR F C1 BRT
the cursor to "EDIT" in the upper function menu.
[SAMPLE]
TYPE00
Then, press the SET key.
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
SEL
TRG/BRT
ESC
SET
6-9
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:COLOR IMAGE CORRECT
STEP4:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP5:MEAS1/F/BIN-AREA
STEP6:MEAS1/WINDOW/MASK,1
STEP7:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP8:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP9:MEAS1/CALC
STEP10:MEAS1/OUT
STEP11:FINAL NUMERIC CALC
STEP12:FINAL OUTPUT COND
STEP13:SERIAL OUTPUT/ANY
STEP14:OPS MENU COND
STEP15:CALIBRATION/YES
STEP16:MOVE ALL WINDOW/YES
STEP17:TITLE/YES
End
6
Setting and Operating Outlines
2. A pop up menu will appear and you can chose
"CHANGE," "ADD," or "DELET" from it.
Or, while the cursor is in the " OPERATION
CHART," move the cursor to any desired step
number and press the SET key. You can then edit
that step. (You cannot delete a step using this
access method.)
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3. To quit editing, press the TRG/BRT key and move
the cursor to "EXIT" in the upper function menu.
Then, press the SET key. (Or, press the ESC key
twice.)
SET WIZARD
SCREEN EDIT SAVE
1CHG-TYPE
TYPE00
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
SET WIZARD
CHANGE
ADD
DELET
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:COLOR IMAGE CORRECT
STEP4:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP5:MEAS1/F/BIN-AREA
STEP6:MEAS1/WINDOW/MASK,1
STEP7:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP8:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP9:MEAS1/CALC
STEP10:MEAS1/OUT
STEP11:FINAL NUMERIC CALC
STEP12:FINAL OUTPUT COND
STEP13:SERIAL OUTPUT/ANY
STEP14:OPS MENU COND
STEP15:CALIBRATION/YES
STEP16:MOVE ALL WINDOW/YES
STEP17:TITLE/YES
End
EXIT
COLOR F C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
STEP4
TYPE00
SELECT A CAMERA TO SPECIFY
MEASUREMENT CONDITIONS
1NO REGISTRATION
□
■
2CAM1
□
3CAM2
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:COLOR IMAGE CORRECT
STEP4:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP5:MEAS1/F/BIN-AREA
STEP6:MEAS1/WINDOW/MASK,1
STEP7:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP8:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP9:MEAS1/CALC
STEP10:MEAS1/OUT
STEP11:FINAL NUMERIC CALC
STEP12:FINAL OUTPUT COND
STEP13:SERIAL OUTPUT/ANY
STEP14:OPS MENU COND
STEP15:CALIBRATION/YES
STEP16:MOVE ALL WINDOW/YES
STEP17:TITLE/YES
End
RETURN NEXT
4. The screen will ask "SAVE OK?." Move the cursor to "OPERATION
CHART" or "NEW SAMPLE" using the up and down arrow keys, and
press the SET key.
- The changes will be written into the current operation chart.
- Save as new sample (The original operation chart will not be
changed.)
Note: To change the sample, you can select "NOW SAMPLE" or
"NEW SAMPLE."
6-10
F C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
SET WIZARD
EXIT
[SAMPLE]
SAVE OK?
■ OPERATION CHART
□ NEW SAMPLE
YES=SET, NO=ESC
Setting and Operating Outlines
6-5 Menu tree
This section describes each of the settings using the menu tree.
1. Move the cursor to "MAIN-COND" at the bottom of
the Operation screen and press the SET key.
OBJECT TYPE COND
+ TYPE00
TYPE01
TYPE RUN COND
IMAGE-ADJ
MEA-CND(CAMERA1)
MEAS0
POSI-CORRECT
+ MEAS01 (MEAS-BIN-AREA P)
MEAS(NEW)
++ MEA-CND(CAMERA2)
FINAL NUM. CALC
FINAL OUTPUT COND
OBJ-TYPE I/0
OBJ-TYPE SYS.
TYPE(NEW)
(TYPE00)
COLOR F C1 BRT
V*.**
MEAS 0000ms 2001-10-14 10:38
MEASURE 0 CAM1 NO
6
Choose this
X0∼7□□□□□□□□ Y0∼7□□□□□□□□ READY■
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
2. The "MAIN MENU" will appear.
Move the cursor to "OBJECT TYPE COND" using the up and down arrow
keys, and press the SET key.
MAIN MENU
IVC35M
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
3. A menu tree is displayed for each setting or registered object type.
To create a new object type, move the cursor to "TYPE(NEW)" and press
the SET key. The lowest, not yet assigned number will be selected. (Default
value is TYPE00.)
SELECT OBJECT TYPE COND
4. Move the cursor to the object type number you want to change using the
up and down keys. Press the right arrow key and the sub menu will be
displayed. A plus sign " " means that there are other sub-menus below
the marked menu. A minus sign " " means that the sub menus are
already displayed. By pressing the left arrow key on the " " sign, the sub
menu display will be closed.
SELECT OBJECT TYPE COND
6-11
OBJECT TYPE COND
+ TYPE00(MEASURE1)
+ TYPE01
+ TYPE02
TYPE(NEW)
OBJECT TYPE COND
TYPE00(MEASURE1)
TYPE RUN COND
IMAGE-ADJ
+ MEA-CND(CAMERA1)
+ MEA-CND(CAMERA2)
FINAL NUM. CALC
FINAL OUTPUT COND
OBJ-TYPE I/0
OBJ-TYPE SYS.
+ TYPE01
+ TYPE02
TYPE(NEW)
Setting and Operating Outlines
5. Move the cursor to the item on the menu that you
want to set using the up and down arrow keys.
Press the SET key to begin setting this item.
Ex.: To select binary area measurement using
camera 1, move the cursor to "MEA-CND
(CAMERA1)" and press the SET key. Next,
select "MEAS(NEW)" in the sub menu and
then press the SET key.
SELECT OBJECT TYPE COND
OBJECT TYPE COND
TYPE00
TYPE RUN COND
IMAGE-ADJ
MEA-CND(CAMERA1)
MEAS0
POSI-CORRECT
MEAS(NEW)
+ MEA-CND(CAMERA2)
FINAL NUM. CALC
FINAL OUTPUT COND
OBJ-TYPE I/0
OBJ-TYPE SYS.
+ TYPE01
+ TYPE02
TYPE(NEW)
COLOR F C1 BRT
1COLOR MODE
2COLOR FILTER SET
3MEAS SELECTION
SET=NEW REGISTRATION SUB-MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=POPUP
6
When "COLOR FILTER" is selected on the
" COLOR MODE"
6. Select either "COLOR FILTER" or "EXTRACT
COLOR" from the " COLOR MODE" line. On
the " MEAS SELECTION" line, press the SET
key, and then from the pop-up menu, select
"MEAS-BIN-AREA" and press the SET key.
For detail about the color filter, see page 3-5.
MEASUREMENT1 SCREEN COND SAVE
1COLOR MODE
COLOR FILTER
2COLOR FILTER SET (TO NEXT SUB-MENU)
3MEAS SELECTION MEAS-BIN-AREA
RED
F C1 BRT
COLOR FILTER
EXTRACT COLOR
NO
POSI-DEVATION
CHK-DEG-MATCH
INSPECT-LEAD
INSPECT-BAG/CSP
MEAS-BIN-AREA
CNT-BIN-OBJ
LABEL-BIN-OBJ
POINT-MEAS
MULTI-POSI
MULTI MATCHES
INSPECT NG
When "EXTRACT COLOR" is selected on the
" COLOR MODE”
For details about the extract color, see page 310.
MEASUREMENT1 SCREEN COND SAVE
1COLOR MODE
EXTRACT COLOR
2COLOR EXTRACT SET (TO NEXT SUB-MENU)
MEAS-BIN-AREA
3MEAS SELECTION
COLOR F C1 BRT
COLOR FILTER
EXTRACT COLOR
NO
MEAS-BIN-AREA
CNT-BIN-OBJ
LABEL-BIN-OBJ
COLOR EVALUATION
INSPECT COLOR SHADING
MEAS-CAM-POSI
7. After making your selection, press the ESC key to
return the cursor to the menu tree. Item "MEAS01
(MEAS-BIN-AREA P*)" will be given a " " sign on
the menu tree.
* When the "COLOR FILTER" is selected on the
"
COLOR MODE," "F" will be added on this
line.
8. Move the cursor to "MEAS01 (MEAS-BIN-AREA
P)" and press the right arrow key. Now the sub
menu will appear and your can set each item
used for binary area me measurement.
6-12
SELECT OBJECT TYPE COND
OBJECT TYPE COND
TYPE00
TYPE RUN COND
IMAGE-ADJ
MEA-CND(CAMERA1)
MEAS0
POSI-CORRECT
+ MEAS01 (MEAS-BIN-AREA P)
MEAS(NEW)
+ MEA-CND(CAMERA2)
FINAL NUM. CALC
FINAL OUTPUT COND
OBJ-TYPE I/0
OBJ-TYPE SYS.
TYPE(NEW)
COLOR F C1 BRT
1COLOR MODE
2COLOR EXTRACT SET
3MEAS SELECTION
Setting and Operating Outlines
6-6 Relationship between the set wizard program, the operation chart,
and the menu tree
If you change the operation chart using the set wizard, the menu tree will also change. If you change a
setting on the menu tree, the operation chart in the set wizard will also be changed.
Ex.: Change measurement type from "positional deviation measurement" to "area measurement
by binary conversion."
Set wizard operation chart
Area measurement by binary conversion
Positional deviation measurement
設定ウィザ-ド
SET WIZARD
Menu tree
静 C1BRT
明
F C1
EXIT
中止
SELECT OBJECT TYPE COND
[SAMPLE]
STEP5
SELECT A COLOR IMAGE
PROCESSING MODE
1COLOR FILTER
2EXTRACT COLOR
■
□
COLOR FILTER SET
DETAIL
SELECT A MEASUREMENT TYPE
1MEAS SEL
POSI-DEVATION
RETURN NEXT
設定ウィザ-ド
SET WIZARD
NO
POSI-DEVATION
CHK-DEG-MATCH
INSPECT-LEAD
INSPECT-BAG/CSP
MEAS-BIN-AREA
CNT-BIN-OBJ
LABEL-BIN-OBJ
POINT-MEAS
MULTI-POSI
MULTI MATCHES
INSPECT NG
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:COLOR IMAGE CORRECT
STEP4:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP5:MEAS1/F/POSI DEVIAT
STEP6:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP7:MEAS1/DTECT PRECISION
STEP8:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP9:MEAS1/CALC
STEP10:MEAS1/OUT
STEP11:FINAL NUMERIC CALC
STEP12:FINAL OUTPUT COND
STEP13:SERIAL OUTPUT/ANY
STEP14:OPS MENU COND
STEP15:CALIBRATION/YES
STEP16:MOVE ALL WINDOW/YES
STEP17:TITLE/YES
End
静 C1BRT
明
F C1
EXIT
中止
SELECT OBJECT TYPE COND
[SAMPLE]
STEP5
SELECT A COLOR IMAGE
PROCESSING MODE
1COLOR FILTER
2EXTRACT COLOR
■
□
COLOR FILTER SET
DETAIL
SELECT A MEASUREMENT TYPE
1MEAS SEL
MEAS-BIN-AREA
RETURN NEXT
NO
POSI-DEVATION
CHK-DEG-MATCH
INSPECT-LEAD
INSPECT-BAG/CSP
MEAS-BIN-AREA
CNT-BIN-OBJ
LABEL-BIN-OBJ
POINT-MEAS
MULTI-POSI
MULTI MATCHES
INSPECT NG
COLOR F
C1 BRT
OBJECT TYPE COND
TYPE00
1COLOR MODE
TYPE RUN COND
2COLOR FILTER SET
IMAGE-ADJ
3MEAS SELECTION
MEA-CND(CAMERA1)
MEAS0
POSI-CORRECT
MEAS01 (POSI-DEVIATION F)
IMG PRE-PROC
+ MEAS CND
EVALUATION COND
+ DISTANCE&ANGLE COND
NUM-CALC
OUT-COND
MEAS(NEW)
+ MEA-CND(CAMERA2)
FINAL NUM. CALC
FINAL OUTPUT COND
OBJ-TYPE I/0
SET=TO NEXT SUB-MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=POPUP
OBJECT TYPE COND
TYPE00
TYPE RUN COND
IMAGE-ADJ
MEA-CND(CAMERA1)
MEAS0
POSI-CORRECT
MEAS01 (MEAS-BIN-AREA F)
IMG PRE-PROC
+ MEAS CND
EVALUATION COND
NUM-CALC
OUT-COND
MEAS(NEW)
+ MEA-CND(CAMERA2)
FINAL NUM. CALC
FINAL OUTPUT COND
OBJ-TYPE I/0
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:COLOR IMAGE CORRECT
STEP4:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP5:MEAS1/F/BIN-AREA
STEP6:MEAS1/WINDOW/MASK,1
STEP7:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP8:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP9:MEAS1/CALC
STEP10:MEAS1/OUT
STEP11:FINAL NUMERIC CALC
STEP12:FINAL OUTPUT COND
STEP13:SERIAL OUTPUT/ANY
STEP14:OPS MENU COND
STEP15:CALIBRATION/YES
STEP16:MOVE ALL WINDOW/YES
STEP17:TITLE/YES
End
COLOR F
C1 BRT
1COLOR MODE
2COLOR FILTER SET
3MEAS SELECTION
SET=TO NEXT SUB-MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=POPUP
If you change the positional deviation measurement to area measurement by binary conversion using the
set wizard program, the corresponding item on the menu tree will also change.
6-13
6
Setting and Operating Outlines
6-7 Editing operation screen
In this controller, the operation screen display can be changed. You can move, enlarge, reduce, or hide
any block of text.
(1) Move the cursor to "MAIN-COND" on the
operation screen and press the SET key.
MAIN MENU
COLOR F C1 BRT
IVC35M
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
(2) Move the cursor to "EDIT MAIN OPS MENU" and
press the SET key.
SET=TO NEXT SUB-MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=POPUP
6
(3) Now the operation screen will appear. Select a
block of text you want to edit using the up, down,
left, and right arrow keys, and press the SET key.
A pop up menu will appear and you can select
from move, enlarge, reduce, and hide. (In this
example, the block of text "OK" is selected.)
OPS-MAIN
SCREEN OBJECT SAVE RESET
COLOR F C1 BRT
F C1 DRK ○
(TYPE00)SAMPLE00
LOCK FULL V*.* ■
OK
C1=002.2 OK
MEAS XXXXms 2001-10-14 10:38 MEAS1 MEAS-BIN-AREA
C2=100.0 OK
NG-IMG 00(00)
MEAS PROGRAM
MEAS RESULT
X0∼7 Y0∼7 READY
MOVE
Select "MOVE" using the SET key. Now the
highlighted block of text can be moved using the
up, down, left, and right arrow keys. When the text
is in the desired new position, press the SET key
again.
MAGNIFCATION/REDUCTION
Move the cursor to the "ENLARGE, REDUCE" line
and press the SET key. The highlighted block of
text can be enlarged or reduced.
OPS-MAIN
(TYPE00)SAMPLE00
COLOR F C1 BRT
F C1 BRT
LOCK FULL V*.* ■
OK
MOVE
計測 XXXXms 2001-10-14 10:38 MAGNIFCATION
計測 ???? MEAS
計測 REDUCTION
NON-DISP
MEAS PROGRAM
MEAS RESULT
NON-DISP
Move the cursor to the "NON-DISP" line and press
the SET key. The highlighted block of text will be
deleted.
X0∼7 Y0∼7 READY
6-14
SCREEN OBJECT SAVE RESET
C1=002.2 OK
C2=100.0 OK
NG-IMG 00(00)
Setting and Operating Outlines
6-8 Option
With the IV-C35M, you can initialize the measurement settings, and run a self-diagnosis from the option
menu.
Setting method
Display the "OPTION" from the "MAIN MENU."
COLOR F C1 BRT
MAIN MENU
IVC35M
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
Select the operation you want, such as
" INITIALIZATION" or " SELF-DIAGNOSIS."
OPTION
SCREEN SAVE
1INITIALIZATION
2SELF DIAGNOSIS
ALL-INIT
EXEC
COLOR F C1 BRT
INIT-RAM
NG-IMG-INIT
INITIALIZATION
Select "ALL-INT" or "INT-RAM" and the following message will appear.
6
MEM. INIT.? (YES=[SET], NO=[ESC])
Press the SET key to start the initialization. The bar shown below will appear and display the progress
of the initialization.
INITIALIZATION
REFERENCE IMG
SYSTEM I/O
■■
■
OBJECT TYPE COND
■■■■■■■□□□
After the initialization is complete, the word "INITIALIZING" will change to "COMPLETE INIT." Press
the ESC key to return to "MAIN MENU."
SELF DIAGNOSIS
Select " SELF DIAGNOSIS" and press the SET
key twice. The controller will execute a selfdiagnosis and display the results of the diagnosis,
as shown right. If the diagnosis results are normal,
"OK" will be displayed. If the results are abnormal,
"NO" will be displayed.
OPTION
SCREEN SAVE
1INITIALIZATION
2SELF DIAGNOSIS
When the diagnosis is complete, the "DIAGNOSING"
display will change to "COMPLETE DIAGNOSIS."
Press ESC key to return to the "MAIN MENU."
ALL-INIT
EXEC
COLOR F C1 BRT
INIT-RAM
DIAGNOSING
VRAM
SDRAM
TIME
OK
OK
OK
TYPE COND
REFFERENCE IMG
BOOT-PROG
SYSTEM-PROG
OK
OK
OK
OK
SET=EXEC ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
6-15
NG-IMG-INIT
Setting and Operating Outlines
6-9 Environment settings
The IV-C35M can change the display color of each items displayed on the screens.
How to enter the environment setting screen
To change color of each item, enter the
"ENVIRONMENT SETTING" screen. To enter the
"ENVIRONMENT SETTING" screen, on the "MAIN
screen," select the "ENVIRONMENT SETTING" and
press the SET key.
Setting method
Select an item to change display color from
to
,
and press the SET key, and select the color number
using up and down arrow keys. The frame at right
changes color. Color numbers are allocated as follows.
Color No.
6
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Display
Black Red Green Yellow Blue Magenta Cyan White
color
IVC35M
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
SCREEN COND SAVE
[DISPLAY TYPE]
[COLOR NUMBER]
1OBJ TYPE NO. &TITLE
7(0∼7)
2FIN EVAL RESULT (OK)
4(0∼7)
3FIN EVAL RESULT (NG)
1(0∼7)
4MEAS EVAL RESULT (OK)
7(0∼7)
5MEAS EVAL RESULT (NG)
7(0∼7)
6ERROR MESSAGE 7(0∼7)
7DISP A MENU (NORMAL)
7(0∼7)
8DISP A MENU (SELECTED)
7(0∼7)
9BIN IMAGE (NORMAL)
3(0∼7)
0BIN IMAGE (SELECTED)
6(0∼7)
qPATTERN DISPLAY 2(0∼7)
COLOR
SET=VALUE INPUT ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
Available colors of each item are as follows.
Display items
COLOR F C1 BRT
MAIN MENU
Available colors
1OBJ TYPE NO.&TITLE
0 (black), 7 (white)
2FIN EVAL RESULT(OK)
0 (black), 1 (red), 4 (blue), 7 (white)
3FIN EVAL RESULT(NG)
0 (black), 1 (red), 4 (blue), 7 (white)
4MEAS EVAL RESULT(OK)
0 (black), 7 (white)
5MEAS EVAL RESULT(NG)
0 (black), 7 (white)
6ERROR MESSAGE
0 (black), 7 (white)
7DISP A MENU(NORMAL)
0 (black), 7 (white)
8DISP A MENU(SELECTED)
0 (black), 7 (white)
9BIN IMAGE(NORMAL)
0 to 7 (all colors)
0BIN IMAGE(SELECTED)
0 to 7 (all colors)
qPATTERN DISPLAY
0 to 7 (all colors)
6-16
F C1 BRT
Setting and Operating Outlines
6-10 Memory card
The IV-C35M can store measurement parameters etc. into a memory card.
[1] Installation of a memory card
When you want to store NG images or data using a memory card (compact flash), install a memory card
following the procedures below.
1. Remove the installation screws on the connector cover, and then remove the connector cover.
IV-C35M
Connector cover
Installation screws
2. Connect the memory card to the memory card connection connector of the IV-C35M, install the card
cover, and secure the installation screws that were used to fix the connector cover.
Memory card connection connector
Memory card
(Compact flash)
Installation screws
Card cover
6-17
6
Setting and Operating Outlines
[2] Storage method
To save data into a memory card, display the
"MEMORY CARD" screen by selecting "MEMORY
CARD" on the "MAIN MENU" screen.
TRANSMISSION METHOD
Select whether to transfer data from the memory
card or save data to the memory card. Select from
"READ," "NEW SAVE," "SAVE AS," or "DELETE."
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COLOR F C1 BRT
MAIN MENU
When "NEW SAVE" is selected
When "NEW SAVE" is selected on the
" TRANSMISSION METHOD," the screen
shown right will appear.
INPUT FILE NAME
Select " INPUT FILE NAME (TO NEXT SUBMENU)" using the up and down arrow keys, and
press the SET key; "INPUT FILE NAME" screen
will appear. Enter "FILE NAME" and "COMMENT"
on this screen.
IVC35M
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
MEMORY CARD
SCREEN SAVE
COLOR F
C1 BRT
COLOR F
C1 BRT
1TRANSMISSION METHOD READ
(TO NEXT SUB-MENU)
2SELECT FILE
FILE TYPE
FILE NAME
(SET KEY)
3EXEC
MEMORY CARD
SCREEN SAVE
1TRANSMISSION METHOD
2INPUT FILE NAME
3FILE TYPE
FILE NAME
4EXEC
INPUT FILE NAME
NEW SAVE
(TO NEXT SUB-MENU)
PARAM
READ
NEW SAVE
SAVE AS
DELET
(SET KEY)
SCREEN SAVE
COLOR F
C1 BRT
[FILE NAME]
[COMMENT]
A B C D E F G H I J L M
N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
= - ( )
← → ↑ ↓ DEL END
Note: To move the cursor from the "FILE NAME" block to the "COMMENT" box, select the down
arrow key on the screen and press the SET key.
FILE TYPE
Select file type to save.
MEMORY CARD
SCREEN SAVE
1TRANSMISSION METHOD
2INPUT FILE NAME
3FILE TYPE
FILE NAME
4EXEC
COLOR F
NEW SAVE
(TO NEXT SUB-MENU)
PARAM
(SET KEY)
SET=SELECT A MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
6-18
PARAM
NG-IMG
C1 BRT
Setting and Operating Outlines
EXEC
After completing entry, select " EXEC" and press the SET key.
A screen shown below will appear and the controller will start saving data to the memory card.
SAVING...
When this screen disappears, saving is complete.
When "READ" or "SAVE AS" is selected
SELECT FILE (TO NEXT SUB-MENU)
Select " SELECT FILE (TO NEXT SUB-MEN)"
using the up and down arrow keys, and press the
SET key to go to a sub menu.
On the "FILE LIST" screen, file names currently
stored in the memory card are displayed. Select a
file to read or overwrite, and press the SET key.
MEMORY CARD
FILE LIST
EXEC
Select " EXEC" and press the SET key.
A screen shown below will appear.
SCREEN SAVE
MEMORY CARD
COLOR F
C1 BRT
RENEWAL DATE MODEL COMMENT
0115
Sample1
SCREEN SAVE
1TRANSMISSION METHOD
2SELECT FILE
FILE TYPE
FILE NAME
3EXEC
COLOR F
C1 BRT
COLOR F
C1 BRT
READ
(TO NEXT SUB-MENU)
PARAM
AAA
(SET KEY)
SCREEN SAVE
1TRANSMISSION METHOD
2SELECT FILE
FILE TYPE
FILE NAME
3EXEC
READ
(TO NEXT SUB-MENU)
PARAM
AAA
(SET KEY)
Note: When "SAVE AS" is selected, "UNDER ACCESS..." will appear on the screen.
6-19
C1 BRT
6
TYPE
SIZE
PARAM 210
MEMORY CARD
UNDER ACCESS...
COLOR F
READ
(TO NEXT SUB-MENU)
PARAM
AAA
(SET KEY)
PAGE NO.
1PAGE CHNG
FILE NAME
SMPL1
The selected file name will be displayed under the
"FLE TYPE" line.
SCREEN SAVE
1TRANSMISSION METHOD
2SELECT FILE
FILE TYPE
FILE NAME
3EXEC
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
Chapter 7: Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
7-1 Color evaluation
COLOR F
MAIN MENU
This function selects specified color from objects with
multiple colors, and converts this area to binary.
Then, the controller measures area, color degree of
match, average hue, and average saturation.
Use the remote keypad for this operation.
See page 4-5 and 6-6 for detail of the operation of
each key on the remote keypad.
C1 BRT
IVC35M
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
SET=TO NEXT SUB-MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=POPUP
(1) Move the cursor to "MAIN COND" using the left and
right arrow keys and press the SET key.
SEL
(TYPE00)
COLOR F C1 BRT
V*.**
7
TRG/BRT
MEAS 0000ms 2001-12-07 09:41 MEASURE 0 CAM1 NO
ESC
Choose this
SET
X0∼7□□□□□□□□ Y0∼7□□□□□□□□ READY■
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
(2) The "MAIN MENU" will appear.
Move the cursor to the "SET WIZARD" item using the
up and down arrow keys, and press the SET key.
SEL
TRG/BRT
ESC
SET
(3) The "SET WIZARD" screen will appear.
MAIN MENU
COLOR F C1 BRT
IVC35M
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
SET WIZARD
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
TYPE00
Start
End
(4) Enter an object type number.
SET WIZARD
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
Move the cursor to " CHG-TYPE," using the up and [SAMPLE]
Change using the up and
down arrow keys, and press the SET key. " CHGdown arrow keys.
1CHG-TYPE
TYPE" will be highlighted. Next, press the up and
2STANDARD WIZARD
TYPE 00
Start
down arrow keys and the "TYPE00" display on the
3OPERATION CHART
End
right will change. Each time you press the up key, the
type number will increase by one, from 00 to 31 and
then back to 00. Each time you press the down key,
the type number will decrease by one, first from 00 to 31 and then from 31 down to 00. Holding down
either of these keys advances the number rapidly. Finally, press the ESC key to confirm the selected
number.
7-1
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(5) Move the cursor to "
STANDARD WIZARD" and press the SET key. The set wizard will start.
= In this example, the settings on the screens from the STEP1 to STEP 3 (CORRECT POSITION) are
not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these screens to go to the next screen. =
How to go to next step while leaving the current step in
the Set Wizard unchanged.
(1) Press the up or down arrow key several times to move
the cursor to the "NEXT" item.
(2) Press the SET key.
STEP1
SELECT THE MEASUREMENT
START INPUT I/F
1PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB■
2TRIG CCD START
□
NEXT DETAIL
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STEP1
STEP2
STEP3
SELECT THE MEASUREMENT
START INPUT I/F
1PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB■
2TRIG CCD START
□
SELECT AN IMAGE CAPTURING
METHOD DURING OPERATION
1PARTIAL-IMG
■
2ALL IMAGE
□
3NO CAPTURED
□
CORRECT POSITION?
1NO
2CAM1
3CAM2
NEXT DETAIL
This screen is used to select the
signal that the system will use to start
making a measurement.
The default is
"1PARARELL+SERIAL+USB."
- For details, see page 21-1 in
Function and Operation.
CCD trigger
- For details, see page G-2.
ENTER A SHUTTER SPEED
(1/30∼1/10000)
1SHUTTER SPEED
1/00060
RETURN NEXT
Select a method to capture image.
The default is "1PARTIAL-IMG."
(6) Select a camera in order to specify measurement
conditions
Move the cursor to " CAM1" or " CAM2" using the
up and down arrow keys, and press the SET key.
Note: If you select "NO REGISTRATION", you cannot
set the measurement conditions.
SET WIZARD
RETURN NEXT
Specify whether or not to correct the
captured image.
- For details, see page 3-42 in
Function and Operation.
EXIT
COLOR F C1 BRT
STEP3
SELECT A CAMERA TO SPECIFY
MEASUREMENT CONDITIONS
1NO REGISTRATION
□
■
2CAM1
□
3CAM2
RETURN NEXT
7-2
■
□
□
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
End
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(7) Select color image processing mode
Move the cursor to " EXTRACT COLOR" and
press the SET key.
SET WIZARD
COLOR F
EXIT
C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
Next move the cursor to "COLOR EXTRACT
SET" using the up and down arrow keys and
press the SET key. Select "DETAIL" to enter the
"SET EXTRACT COLOR" screen.
STEP4
SELECT A COLOR IMAGE
PROCESSING MODE
1COLOR FILTER
□
2EXTRACT COLOR ■
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
End
COLOR EXTRACT SET
DETAIL
SELECT A MEASUREMENT TYPE
1MEAS SEL NO
RETURN
EXTRACT COLOR NO.
Enter the register number of the extracted color
that is used for measurement (enter 0 in this
example). Eight colors from 0 to 7 can be
registered as reference colors. These can be
used for each measurement, independently.
NEXT
SET EXTRACT COLOR SCREEN COND SAVE
1EXTRACT COLOR NO
COLOR
F C1 BRT
0(0∼7)
2COLOR EXTRACTION AREA SET (277,232)∼(292,247)
3FINE ADJUSTMENT
(TO NEXT SUB-MENU)
7
HUE
(START PNT080 END PNT060)
CHROMA
(U.LM130
L.LM110)
BRIGHT LEV
(U.LM130
L.LM110)
COLOR EXTRACTION AREA
RECTANGLE
RESET
RETURN
COLOR F C1 BRT
Select " COLOR EXTRACTION AREA" using
1UP. L
(248,232)
the up and down arrow keys, and press the SET
2LO. R
(263,247)
key to enter the setting screen.
3MOVE
4REG
1. Press the SEL key to move the cursor to the
"F" (freeze image) that is at upper right of the
screen. Press the up and down arrow keys to
change from "F" to "T" (through image). The
image of Camera 1 changes to through image
and current image through the camera is
displayed on the monitor.
2. Adjust focus and aperture of the camera lens
to make clear the image of the object to
measure.
3. After the image is adjusted to clear, change
the image from "T" to "F" using the up and
down arrow keys. By changing the image from
X:248 Y:232
"T" to "F," the IV-C35M stores the image.
SET=MOVE ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
4. Move the coordinate of " UP.L" and
" LO.R" to determine position and size of the color extraction area, and press the SET key.
(In this example, extract blue color.)
Note: If you want to move the color extraction area without changing shape and size, select
" MOVE."
7-3
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
Register extracted color
Select " REG" using the up and down arrow
keys and then press the SET key. From the
popup menu, select "NEW" or "ADD."
RECTANGLE
RESET
1UP. L
2LO. R
3MOVE
4REG
RETURN
COLOR F
C1 BRT
(248,232)
(263,247)
NEW
ADD
UNDO
X:248 Y:232
SET=DECISION ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
After the colors are registered, the
"REGISTRATION WAS COMPLETED"
message appears.
7
RECTANGLE
RESET
1UP. L
2LO. R
3MOVE
4REG
REGISTRATION WAS COMPLETED, PRESS SET KEY.
RETURN
COLOR F
C1 BRT
(248,232)
(263,247)
Press the SET key again, the selected area is
converted to binary, and this color is registered
as extraction color number 0.
Press the ESC key to return to the previous
screen.
X:248 Y:232
FINE ADJUSTMENT
On " FINE ADJUSTMENT" line, press the
SET key to enter the sub-menu screen.
The screen shows "HUE," "CHROMA," (color
saturation) and "BRIGHT LEV" of the registered
extracted color with numeric values and graphs.
Dotted lines on each graph are upper and lower
limits, and the solid line is the center value.
adjust the upper and lower limit values.
FINE ADJUSUTMENT
SCREEN SAVE
COLOR F
1EXTRACT COLOR NO0 (0∼7)
[HUE]
2START POINT
080.0 (0∼359)
3CENTR
250.0 (0∼359)
4END POINT
060.0 (0∼359)
[CHROMA]
5U. LM
130.0 (0∼255)
6CENTR
120.0 (0∼255)
7L. LM
110.0 (0∼255)
[BRIGHT LEVEL]
8U. LM
130.0 (0∼255)
9CENTR
120.0 (0∼255)
0L. LM
110.0 (0∼255)
[COLOR DETECT]
69: (EXT COL) REF COL NOT SET
SET=TO NEXT SUB-MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=POPUP
7-4
C1 BRT
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
Ex.: Change " START POINT" of hue.
Increase value of the " START POINT" of hue
and the start point of the hue and chroma
(saturation) graph moves. The center value also
changes accordingly.
Select "
CENTR" and" END POINT" and
change numeric values so that each position can
be shifted.
By moving " CENTR," both start and end
points slide accordingly.
Note: To extract and covert to binary wider range
hue, set start and end points of hue wider.
FINE ADJUSUTMENT
SCREEN SAVE
COLOR F
C1 BRT
1EXTRACT COLOR NO0 (0∼7)
[HUE]
2START POINT
080.0 (0∼359)
3CENTR
250.0 (0∼359)
4END POINT
060.0 (0∼359)
[CHROMA]
5U. LM
130.0 (0∼255)
6CENTR
120.0 (0∼255)
7L. LM
110.0 (0∼255)
[BRIGHT LEVEL]
8U. LM
130.0 (0∼255)
9CENTR
120.0 (0∼255)
0L. LM
110.0 (0∼255)
[COLOR DETECT]
69: (EXT COL) REF COL NOT SET
SET=TO NEXT SUB-MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=POPUP
Ex.: Change upper and lower limits of saturation
(chroma).
Increase or decrease values of " U.LM" and
" L.LM" for saturation, the upper and lower
limit range on the bar graph can be widen or
narrowed.
Moving the " CENTR," both upper and lower
limits slides accordingly.
After fine adjustment is complete, press the ESC
key three times to return to the "SET WIZARD"
screen.
FINE ADJUSUTMENT
SCREEN SAVE
COLOR F
C1 BRT
1EXTRACT COLOR NO0 (0∼7)
[HUE]
2START POINT
080.0 (0∼359)
3CENTR
250.0 (0∼359)
4END POINT
060.0 (0∼359)
[CHROMA]
5U. LM
130.0 (0∼255)
6CENTR
120.0 (0∼255)
7L. LM
110.0 (0∼255)
[BRIGHT LEVEL]
8U. LM
130.0 (0∼255)
9CENTR
120.0 (0∼255)
0L. LM
110.0 (0∼255)
[COLOR DETECT]
7
69: (EXT COL) REF COL NOT SET
SET=TO NEXT SUB-MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=POPUP
(8) Next, move the cursor to the " MEAS SEL"
line using the up and down arrow keys, and
press the SET key. Select "COLOR EVALUATION" from the popup menu. Then, select
"NEXT" to move to the next screen.
SET WIZARD
COLOR F
EXIT
C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
STEP4
SELECT A COLOR IMAGE
PROCESSING MODE
1COLOR FILTER
□
2EXTRACT COLOR ■
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
End
COLOR EXTRACT SET
DETAIL
SELECT A MEASUREMENT TYPE
1MEAS SEL COLOR EVALUATION
RETURN
7-5
NEXT
NO
MEAS-BIN-AREA
CNT-BIN-OBJ
LABEL-BIN-OBJ
COLOR EVALUATION
INSPECT COLOR SHADING
MEAS-CAM-POSI
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
= In this example, the settings on the screens are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these
screens to go to the next screen. =
STEP5
SELECT WINDOW TYPE
1NORMAL 1BINARY-IMG-MASK
1POLYGON
RETURN NEXT
(9) Select a registration number
Move the cursor to " REGISTER NO. (0 ~ 7)" and
press the SET key. While this item is highlighted,
press the up and down arrow keys and press the
SET key when the number you want appears.
Next, move the cursor to " YES" on the "SELECT
REGISTRATION (YES/NO)" line and press the SET
key.
SET WEZARD EXIT
STEP6
1REGISTER NO.(0∼7) 0
SELECT REGISTATION (YES/NO)
1NO
□
2YES
■
RETURN NEXT DETAIL
The "DETAIL" item will appear in the lower menu.
Move the cursor to "DETAIL" and press the SET key.
7
Now "REG COND" screen will appear.
7-6
COLOR F C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/P/COLOR EVALUATION
STEP5:MEAS1/WINDOW/NORMAL
STEP6:MEAS1/MEAS CND
End
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(10) Setting the registration conditions
REGISTER NO.
The previously specified register number is
displayed. To change the register number, press
the SET key. While the number is highlighted,
press the up and down arrow keys to change it.
REG COND
SCREEN COND SAVE DETAIL
1REGISTER NO
2DEFERENCE COLOR
3MEAS SHAPE
4MEAS AREA
COLOR F
C1 BRT
COLOR F
C1 BRT
0 (0∼3)
0 (0∼7)
RECTANGLE
SET (224, 208)∼(287, 271)
69: (EXT COL) REF COL NOT SET
SET=VALUE ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
Next, adjust the image you want to measure.
1. Press the SEL key to move the cursor to the
"F" position in the upper function menu.
Press the up and down arrow keys to change
the "F" to "T." Now the image from "CAM1"
will be displayed as a through image on the
monitor.
Note: When the image is difficult to see,
change the image setting between
"BRT" and "DRK." After changing from
the "Freeze" to the "Through" image
display, press the left key once and
then press the up key once. The
"Dark" image setting can be selected.
REG COND
SCREEN COND SAVE DETAIL
1REGISTER NO
2DEFERENCE COLOR
3MEAS SHAPE
4MEAS AREA
0 (0∼3)
0 (0∼7)
RECTANGLE
SET (224, 208)∼(287, 271)
2. Adjust the focus and aperture of the camera
lens to obtain a clear image of the object.
See pages 5-3.
69: (EXT COL) REF COL NOT SET
SET=VALUE ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
3. After the measurement object image is
clearly visible, change the image mode back
to "F" (Freeze) using the up and down arrow keys.
By switching the image display mode from "T" to "F," the image will be captured by the IVC35M controller.
Note: Whenever you want to register a reference image, the image display mode should be
changed to "F."
4. Press the SEL key and move the cursor from the upper function menu to the "REG COND"
screen.
7-7
7
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
REFERENCE COLOR
Select the reference color number that was
registered in the color extraction. (In this example
select 0.)
REG COND
SCREEN COND SAVE DETAIL
1REGISTER NO
2DEFERENCE COLOR
3MEAS SHAPE
4MEAS AREA
COLOR F
0 (0∼7)
0 (0∼7)
RECTANGLE
SET (224, 208)∼(287, 271)
C1 BRT
RECTANGLE
CIRCLE
ELLIPSE
MEAS SHAPE
Move the cursor to this line and press the SET
key. A popup menu will appear.
Move the cursor to "RECTANGLE", "CIRCLE" or
"ELLIPSE" and press the SET key. In this
example, select "RECTANGLE."
SET=SELECT A MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
7
MEAS AREA
Move the cursor to this line and press the SET
key. The "SET" line will be highlighted. Press the
SET key again and the "RECTANGLE" setting
screen will appear.
Adjust the size of the rectangle by setting
" UP.L" and " LO.R" (upper left and lower
right corners) in order to establish the reference
image area.
RECTANGLE
1UP. L
2LO. R
3MOVE
RESET
RETURN
COLOR F
C1 BRT
(224,208)
(287,271)
X:248 Y:232
SET=SELECT A MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
UP.L The upper left corner of the rectangle can be moved up, down, left, and right.
LO.R The lower right corner of the rectangle can be moved up, down, left, and right.
The rectangle can be moved up, down, left, and right. Select "3MOVE" and
press the SET key to display a cross hair cursor on the screen. Now, move
MOVE
the rectangle by pressing the up, down, left, and right arrow keys. When it is
in position, press the SET key to confirm it.
7-8
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(11) Select whether or not to set the evaluation
conditions for measured results.
Select " YES" and press the SET key.
SET WIZARD
COLOR F
EXIT
C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
The "DETAIL" item will appear on the lower part
of the screen. Move the cursor to "DETAIL" and
press the SET key.
STEP7
COMPARE EVALUATION
CONDITIONS TO MEASUREMENT
RESULTS (YES/NO)
1NO
□
■
2YES
RETURN
The "EVALUAT COND" screen will appear.
Select " REGISTER NO." using the up and
down arrow keys. Change the number to "0"
using the up and down arrow keys. Then press
the SET key.
NEXT
EVALUAT COND
DETAIL
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/P/COLOR EVALUATION
STEP5:MEAS1/WINDOW/NORMAL
STEP6:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP7:MEAS1/EVALUATION
End
SCREEN COND SAVE EDIT SEL
1REGISTER NO
2CONDITION SET
3AREA
4HUE (AVG)
5CHROMA (AVG)
6DEG-MATCH OF COL
7TEST
COLOR F
C1 BRT
0 (0∼7)
[TEST RESULT] [OOUTPUT]
AUTO (–10%)
000000∼245760 A =
NO
000. 0 ∼359. 9
H=
NO
000. 0 ∼255. 0
S=
NO
-10000∼+10000 CM=
NO
EXEC (WITH-POSI. ADJ WITHOUT-POSI. ADJ)
7
Select " CONDITION SET," " DEG-MATCH
EVALUAT COND SCREEN COND SAVE EDIT SEL
COLOR F C1 BRT
OF COL," using the up and down arrow keys,
1REGISTER NO
0 (0∼7)
[TEST RESULT] [OOUTPUT]
and enter upper and lower limit values. Use the
2CONDITION SET
AUTO (–10%)
left and right arrow keys to change between
3AREA
000000∼245760 A =
NO
each digit and use up and down arrow keys to
4HUE (AVG)
000. 0 ∼359. 9
H=
NO
5CHROMA (AVG)
000. 0 ∼255. 0
S=
NO
change values of each digit.
6DEG-MA
Select a digit using the left and right arrow keys.
7TEST
Y OUTPUT
Use place
SI. AD NO
Select a number using the up and down arrow
Y
Y0
NO
C
keys. For example, when selecting " DEGY1
NO
MATCH OF COL," determine values, and then
Y2
NO
press the SET key. Then move the cursor to
Y3
NO
Y4
NO
"NO" on the "OUTPUT" column using the left
Y5
NO
and right arrow keys.
Y6
NO
Y7
NO
After the value is correct, press the SET key.
Then press the left and right keys to move the
cursor to "OUTPUT." Now press the SET key. A
popup menu will appear and you can choose
"NO," "Y," or "C."
Note: "Y" is for terminal block. "C" is for auxiliary SET=VALUE INPUT ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
relay.
Move the cursor to "Y" and press the SET key. Then select the Y0 and press the SET key. Now
the evaluation results will be output to the Y0 terminal.
For details about the evaluation conditions, see page 3-28 in Function and Operation.
After the settings are complete, press the ESC key to return to the "SET WIZARD" screen.
7-9
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
= In this example, the settings on the STEP8 (COMPARE MEASUREMENT SETTINGS) to STEP
78 (MAIN OPS MENU) are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these screens to go to the
next screen. =
STEP8
COMPARE MEASUREMENT
SETTINGS TO MEASUREMENT
RESULTS (YES/NO)
STEP8
LADDER CIRCUIT AND RESULT
OUTPUT BASED ON MEASUREMENT
AND CALCULATION RESULT (YES/NO)
1NO
2YES(MEAS)
■
□
1NO
2YES(MEAS)
■
□
3YES(DST&AGL)
□
3YES(DST&AGL)
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings for measurement results.
- For details, see Chapter 19 in
Function and Operation.
1NO
2YES
■
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings for measurement conditions.
- For details, see page 3-1 in
Function and Operation.
STEP8
STEP8
STEP8
CALCULATE SETTINGS FOR ALL
MEASUREMENT RESULTS(YES/NO)
SET LADDER CIRCUIT RESULT
OUTPUT BASED ON ALL
MEASUREMENT AND CALCULATION
RESULTS (YES/NO)
SELECT AN INTERFACE FOR
OUTPUTTING RESULTS WHEN THE
INPUT IS THE PARALLEL I/F
1NO
2YES(MEAS)
7
RETURN NEXT
Output settings.
- For details, see Chapter 22 in
Function and Operation.
STEP8
ADD MEASUREMENT CONDITIONS?
■
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings for the calculations applied
to all measurements.
- For details, see Chapter 19 in
Function and Operation.
1NO
2YES
RETURN
■
□
NEXT
Settings for the calculations applied
to all measurements.
- For details, see Chapter 19 in
Function and Operation.
STEP8
CHANGE DISPLY CONTENTS OF
THE MAIN OPS MENU
1NO
■
2YES
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings for displaying the operation
screen.
- For details, see page 6-14 of this
manual.
7-10
1NO
2COMPUTER LINK
3SERIAL I/F
■
□
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings of interface to output results.
- For details, see Chapter 22 and 23
in Function and Operation.
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(12) STORE A TITLE FOR THIS SETTING?
After making this series of settings, select " YES"
to save the settings as a group. By selecting "
YES," "DETAIL" will appear in the lower menu.
Select "DETAIL" and press the SET key.
SET WIZARD
The monitor will return to the "SET WIZARD"
screen. Select "NEXT" and press the SET key to go
to the next screen.
(13) STORE THIS SETTING AS A SAMPLE IN THE
WIZARD?
Select " NO" or " YES" and then "END." Finally,
press the SET key.
If you selected " YES" to store the settings, move
the cursor to "END" and press the SET key. The
wizard will shut down.
TYPE00
STORE A TITLE FOR THIS
SETTING?
1NO
□
2YES
■
NEXT DETAIL
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/P/COLOR EVALUATION
STEP5:MEAS1/WINDOW/NORMAL
STEP6:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP7:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP8:TITLE/YES
End
COLOR F C1 BRT
STR OBJ TITLE SCREEN SAVE
AREA_
SET WIZARD
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
0123456789
- - ( ) < > SP
← → DEL END
EXIT
COLOR F C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
STEP8
STORE THIS SETTING AS A
SAMPLE IN THE WIZARD?
1NO
□
2YES
■
RETURN END
7-11
COLOR F C1 BRT
STEP8
RETURN
The "STR OBJ TITLE" screen will appear. Enter a
name using the up, down, left, and right arrow keys.
Then, select "END" and press the SET key.
* In this example, "AREA" is entered as the title.
EXIT
[SAMPLE]
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/P/COLOR EVALUTION
STEP5:MEAS1/WINDOW/NORMAL
STEP6:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP7:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP8:TITLE/YES
End
7
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(14) The sample is registered with the title you assigned to on the
"SET WIZARD" screen.
Note 1: If no title was assigned, the sample settings are simply
listed as "Sample *"
Note 2: A maximum of eight sample settings can be assigned.
SET WIZARD
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
1CHG-TYPE
OPS-MENU
2STANDARD WIZARD RETURN
3OPERATION CHART
TYPE00
4AREA
End
Start
Register as a sample
(15) The monitor will return to display the operation screen.
To return to the operation screen, press the ESC key twice, or move the cursor to "SCREEN" in the
upper menu area using TRG/BRT key and select "OPS-MENU" from the popup menu.
(16) Execute a measurement.
While the operation screen is displayed, press the TRG/BRT key. The measurement results will be
displayed on the screen.
COLOR F C1 BRT
V3. 03C
(TYPE00) AAA
12: MEASURE 0 CAM1
Final evaluation result (*1)
Measuring time
7
Registration number
Measured binary area
Hue
Saturation (chroma)
Color degree of match
OK
MEAS 0019ms 2002-02-04 16:13
MEASUREMENT 1 COLOR EVALUATION
REGISTER NO. 0 (0∼7)
A =
H =
S =
CM=
X0∼7
Y0∼7
READY
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
*1 The final evaluation result will be displayed as "OK" in the upper left corner of the screen when all
of the items have been evaluated acceptable.
If there is a single unacceptable item, "NG" will be displayed.
*2 When the final evaluation result is OK, Y0 is turned ON, and a filled box
result is NG, an empty box
is displayed.)
7-12
is displayed. (When the
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
7-2 Fault inspection
COLOR F
MAIN MENU
Flaws having a little difference of color or contract
could not be found with gray processing of
conventional monochrome cameras. The IV-C35M
can easily evaluate flaws having little difference of
color and contrast.
Use the remote keypad for this operation.
See page 6-6 for detail of the operation of each
key on the remote keypad.
C1 BRT
IVC35M
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
SET=TO NEXT SUB-MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=POPUP
(1) Move the cursor to "MAIN COND" using the left and
right arrow keys and press the SET key.
SEL
(TYPE00)
COLOR F C1 BRT
V*.**
TRG/BRT
MEAS 0000ms 2001-12-07 09:41 MEASURE 0 CAM1 NO
ESC
SET
7
Choose this
X0∼7□□□□□□□□ Y0∼7□□□□□□□□ READY■
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
(2) The "MAIN MENU" will appear.
Move the cursor to the "SET WIZARD" item using
the up and down arrow keys, and press the SET key.
SEL
MAIN MENU
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
TRG/BRT
ESC
SET
(3) The "SET WIZARD" screen will appear.
COLOR F C1 BRT
IVC35M
SET WIZARD
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
Change using the up and
down arrow keys.
TYPE
Start
End
00
(4) Enter an object type number.
SET WIZARD
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
Move the cursor to " CHG-TYPE," using the up
Change using the up and
down arrow keys.
1CHG-TYPE
and down arrow keys, and press the SET key.
2STANDARD WIZARD
TYPE 00
" CHG-TYPE" will be highlighted. Next, press the
Start
3OPERATION CHART
up and down arrow keys and the "TYPE00" display
End
on the right will change. Each time you press the up
key, the type number will increase by one, from 00 to
31 and then back to 00. Each time you press the
down key, the type number will decrease by one, first from 00 to 31 and then from 31 down to 00.
Holding down either of these keys advances the number rapidly. Finally, press the ESC key to confirm
the selected number.
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Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(5) Move the cursor to "
STANDARD WIZARD" and press the SET key. The set wizard will start.
= In this example, the settings on the screens from the STEP1 to STEP 3 (CORRECT POSITION)
are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these screens to go to the next screen. =
How to go to next step while leaving the current step in
the Set Wizard unchanged.
(1) Press the up or down arrow key several times to move
the cursor to the "NEXT" item.
(2) Press the SET key.
STEP1
SELECT THE MEASUREMENT
START INPUT I/F
1PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB■
2TRIG CCD START
□
NEXT DETAIL
STEP1
STEP2
STEP3
SELECT THE MEASUREMENT
START INPUT I/F
1PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB■
2TRIG CCD START
□
SELECT AN IMAGE CAPTURING
METHOD DURING OPERATION
1PARTIAL-IMG
■
2ALL IMAGE
□
3NO CAPTURED
□
CORRECT POSITION?
1NO
2CAM1
3CAM2
7
NEXT DETAIL
This screen is used to select the
signal that the system will use to start
making a measurement.
The default is
"1PARARELL+SERIAL+USB."
- For details, see page 21-1 in
Function and Operation.
CCD trigger
- For details, see page G-2.
ENTER A SHUTTER SPEED
(1/30∼1/10000)
1SHUTTER SPEED
1/00060
RETURN NEXT
Select a method to capture image.
The default is "1PARTIAL-IMG."
(6) Select a camera in order to specify measurement
conditions
Move the cursor to " CAM1" or " CAM2" using
the up and down arrow keys, and press the SET
key.
Note: If you select "NO REGISTRATION", you
cannot set the measurement conditions.
SET WIZARD
RETURN NEXT
Specify whether or not to correct the
captured image.
- For details, see page 3-42 in
Function and Operation.
EXIT
COLOR F C1 BRT
STEP3
SELECT A CAMERA TO SPECIFY
MEASUREMENT CONDITIONS
1NO REGISTRATION
□
■
2CAM1
□
3CAM2
RETURN NEXT
7-14
■
□
□
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
End
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(7) Select an image-processing method
Move the cursor to " COLOR FILTER" and
press the SET key.
SET WIZARD
COLOR F
EXIT
C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
Next move the cursor to "COLOR FILTER SET"
using the up and down arrow keys and press the
SET key. Select "DETAIL" to enter the "COLOR
FILTER SET" screen.
STEP4
SELECT A COLOR IMAGE
PROCESSING MODE
1COLOR FILTER
■
2EXTRACT COLOR □
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
End
COLOR FILTER SET
DETAIL
SELECT A MEASUREMENT TYPE
1MEAS SEL NO
RETURN
NEXT
COLOR FILTER SET
(8) On the " FILTER TYPE" item, select a filter from
the popup menu.
1FILTER TYPE
SCREEN COND SAVE
RED
COLOR F
C1 BRT
RED
GREEN
BLUE
BRIGHT LEV
ANY
RED
Displays red areas more brightly.
GREEN
Displays green areas more brightly.
BLUE
Displays blue areas more brightly.
BRIGHT LEV
Displays areas that are within the specified brightness range (within
the specified upper and lower limits) more brightly.
ANY
Specify the optimum color filter parameters to use, based on the
original image conditions.
7
After the settings are complete, press the ESC key to return to the "SET WIZARD" screen.
(9) Move the cursor to the " MEAS SEL" line using
the up and down arrow keys, and press the SET
key. Select "INSPECT NG" from the popup
menu. Then, select "NEXT" to move to the next
screen.
SET WIZARD
COLOR F
EXIT
STEP4
SELECT A COLOR IMAGE
PROCESSING MODE
1COLOR FILTER
■
2EXTRACT COLOR □
COLOR FILTER SET
DETAIL
SELECT A MEASUREMENT TYPE
1MEAS SEL INSPECT NG
RETURN
7-15
C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
NEXT
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/F/INSPECT NG
End
NO
POSI-DEVIATION
CHK-DEG-MATCH
INSPECT-LEAD
INSPECT-BGA/CSP
MEAS-BIN-AREA
CNT-BIN-OBJ
LABEL-BIN-OBJ
POINT-MEAS
MULTI-POSI
MULTI MATCHES
INSPECT NG
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
= In this example, the settings on the screens are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these
screens to go to the next screen. =
STEP5
SELECT TYPE OF CALCULATION
BETWEEN IMAGES
1COMPARE IMG
NO
SELECT WHETHER OR NOT TO
CONVERT IMAGE DENSITY
1CHING GRAY LEVEL
NO
SELECT FILTER TYPE FOR
IMAGE DATA
1SPACE FILTER
NO
RETURN NEXT
Select whether or not to process the captured image.
Calculation between images - See page 3-30 in Function and Operation
Density conversion - See page 3-33 in Function and Operation
Space filter - See page 3-34 in Function and Operation
(10) Select a registration number
Move the cursor to " REGISTER NO. (0 ~ 7)" and
press the SET key. While this item is highlighted,
press the up and down arrow keys and press the
SET key when the number you want appears.
7
Next, move the cursor to " PROXIMITY
DIFFERENC" on the "SELECT AN INSPECTION
MODE" line and press the SET key.
The "DETAIL" item will appear in the lower menu.
Move the cursor to "DETAIL" and press the SET
key.
Now "REG COND" screen will appear.
7-16
SET WIZARD
EXIT
COLOR F
C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
STEP5
1REGISTER NO. (0∼7) 0
SELECT AN INSPECTION MODE
1NO
□
2PROXIMITY DIFFERENC ■
2TOTAL DEFFERENCE □
RETURN
NEXT
DETAIL
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/F/INSPECT NG
STEP5:MEAS1/MEAS COND
End
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(11) Setting the registration conditions
REGISTER NO.
The previously specified register number is
displayed. To change the register number, press
the SET key. While the number is highlighted,
press the up and down arrow keys to change it.
REG COND
SCREEN COND SAVE
1REGISTER NO
2MEAS SHAPE
3MEAS AREA
4CELL SIZE
RED
F
C1 BRT
0 (0∼7)
RECTANGLE
SET (224, 208)∼(287, 271)
16 (4∼96)
SET=VALUE INPUT ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
Next, adjust the image you want to measure.
1. Press the SEL key to move the cursor to the
"F" position in the upper function menu. Press
the up and down arrow keys to change the
"F" to "T." Now the image from "CAM1" will be
displayed as a through image on the monitor.
Note: When the image is difficult to see,
change the image setting between
"BRT" and "DRK." After changing from
the "Freeze" to the "Through" image
display, press the left key once and
then press the up key once. The "Dark"
image setting can be selected.
REG COND
SCREEN COND SAVE
1REGISTER NO
2MEAS SHAPE
3MEAS AREA
4CELL SIZE
RED
F
C1 BRT
0 (0∼7)
RECTANGLE
SET (224, 208)∼(287, 271)
16 (4∼96)
2. Adjust the focus and aperture of the camera
lens to obtain a clear image of the object.
See pages 5-3.
3. After the measurement object image is clearly
SET=VALUE INPUT ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
visible, change the image mode back to "F"
(Freeze) using the up and down arrow keys.
By switching the image display mode from "T" to "F," the image will be captured by the IVC35M controller.
Note: Whenever you want to register a reference image, the image display mode should be
changed to "F."
4. Press the SEL key and move the cursor from the upper function menu to the "REG COND"
screen.
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7
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
MEAS SHAPE
Move the cursor to this line and press the SET
key. A popup menu will appear.
Move the cursor to "RECTANGLE,"
"CIRCUMFERENCE," or "ARC," and press the
SET key. In this example, select "RECTANGLE."
REG COND
SCREEN COND SAVE
1REGISTER NO
2MEAS SHAPE
3MEAS AREA
4CELL SIZE
RED
F
C1 BRT
RED
F
C1 BRT
0 (0∼7)
RECTANGLE
SET (224, 208)∼(287, 271)
16 (4∼96)
RECTANGLE
CIRCUMFERENCE
ARC
SET=VALUE INPUT ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
7
MEAS AREA
Move the cursor to this line and press the SET
key. The "SET" line will be highlighted. Press the
SET key again and the "RECTANGLE" setting
screen will appear.
Adjust the size of the rectangle by setting
" UP.L" and " LO.R" (upper left and lower right
corners) in order to establish the reference image
area.
REG COND
RESET
1UP. L
2LO. R
3MOVE
RETURN
(224, 208)
(287, 271)
X:224 Y:208
SET=MOVE ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
UP.L The upper left corner of the rectangle can be moved up, down, left, and right.
LO.R The lower right corner of the rectangle can be moved up, down, left, and right.
The rectangle can be moved up, down, left, and right. Select "3MOVE" and
press the SET key to display a cross hair cursor on the screen. Now, move
MOVE
the rectangle by pressing the up, down, left, and right arrow keys. When it is
in position, press the SET key to confirm it.
Press the ESC key to return to the previous screen, and then select cell size.
CELL SIZE
In this setting example, do not set cell size, and press the ESC key.
After returning to the previous screen, select "NEXT" and press the SET key to go to next screen.
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Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(12) Select whether or not to set the evaluation
conditions for measured results.
Select " YES" and press the SET key.
The "DETAIL" item will appear on the lower part
of the screen. Move the cursor to "DETAIL" and
press the SET key.
SET WIZARD
STEP6
COMPARE EVALUATION
CONDITIONS TO MEASUREMENT
RESULT (YES/NO)
1NO
□
■
2YES
RETURN
The "EVALUAT COND" screen will appear.
Select " REGISTER NO." using the up and
down arrow keys. Change the number to "0"
using the up and down arrow keys. Then press
the SET key.
COLOR F
EXIT
C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
NEXT
EVALUAT COND
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/F/INSPECT NG
STEP5:MEAS1/MEAS COND
STEP6:MEAS1/EVALUATION
End
DETAIL
SCREEN COND SAVE EDIT SEL
1REGISTER NO.
2CONDITION SET
3MAX-GRAYS-DIFF
4MAX-GRAYS
5MIN-GRAYS
6TEST
RED
F
C1 BRT
0 (0∼7)
[TEST RESULT] [OUTPUT]
AUTO (–10%)
000. 0 ∼255. 0
SG=
NO
000. 0 ∼255. 0
MXG=
NO
000. 0 ∼255. 0
MNG=
NO
EXEC (WITH-POSI. ADJ WITHOUT-POSI. ADJ)
SET=VALUE INPUT ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
Select " CONDITION SET" and " MAXGRAYS-DIFF" using the up and down arrow keys,
and enter upper and lower limit values. Use the
left and right arrow keys to change between each
digit and use up and down arrow keys to change
values of each digit.
For example, when selecting " MAX-GRAYSDIFF," press the SET key and then move the
cursor to the "OUTPUT" column using the left and
right arrow keys. Now, press the SET key, a
popup menu appears. From this popup menu,
select output destination from "NO," "Y," and "C."
* "Y" is for terminal block. "C" is for auxiliary relay.
Move the cursor to "Y" and press the SET key.
Then select the Y0 and press the SET key. Now
the evaluation results will be output to the Y0
terminal.
For details about the evaluation conditions,
see page 3-28 in Function and Operation.
EVALUAT COND
SCREEN COND SAVE EDIT SEL
1REGISTER NO.
0 (0∼7)
2CONDITION SET
AUTO (±10%)
3MAX-GRAYS-DIFF
000. 0 ∼255. 0
4MAX-GRAYS
000. 0 ∼255. 0
5MIN-GRAYS
000. 0 ∼255. 0
6TEST
Y OUTPUT
Use place
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
RED
C1 BRT
[TEST RESULT]
[OUTPUT]
SG=066.6
MXG=137.8
MNG=054.5
OK NO
OK NO
OK NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
SET=VALUE INPUT ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
After the settings are complete, press the ESC key to return to the "SET WIZARD" screen.
7-19
F
NO
Y
C
7
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
= In this example, the settings on the STEP 7 (COMPARE MEASUREMENT SETTINGS) to STEP 7
(MAIN OPS MENU) are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these screens to go to the next
screen.
STEP7
STEP7
STEP7
=
COMPARE MEASUREMENT
SETTINGS TO MEASUREMENT
RESULTS (YES/NO)
LADDER CIRCUIT AND RESULT
OUTPUT BASED ON MEASUREMENT
AND CALCULATION RESULT (YES/NO)
1NO
2YES(MEAS)
■
□
1NO
2YES(MEAS)
■
□
3YES(DST&AGL)
□
3YES(DST&AGL)
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings for measurement results.
- For details, see Chapter 19 in
Function and Operation.
1NO
2YES
■
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings for measurement conditions.
- For details, see page 3-1 in
Function and Operation.
STEP7
STEP7
STEP7
CALCULATE SETTINGS FOR ALL
MEASUREMENT RESULTS(YES/NO)
SET LADDER CIRCUIT RESULT
OUTPUT BASED ON ALL
MEASUREMENT AND CALCULATION
RESULTS (YES/NO)
SELECT AN INTERFACE FOR
OUTPUTTING RESULTS WHEN THE
INPUT IS THE PARALLEL I/F
1NO
2YES(MEAS)
7
RETURN NEXT
Output settings.
- For details, see Chapter 22 in
Function and Operation.
ADD MEASUREMENT CONDITIONS?
■
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings for the calculations applied
to all measurements.
- For details, see Chapter 19 in
Function and Operation.
1NO
2YES
RETURN
■
□
NEXT
Settings for the calculations applied
to all measurements.
- For details, see Chapter 19 in
Function and Operation.
STEP7
CHANGE DISPLY CONTENTS OF
THE MAIN OPS MENU
1NO
■
2YES
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings for displaying the
operation screen.
- For details, see page 6-14 of
this manual.
7-20
1NO
2COMPUTER LINK
3SERIAL I/F
■
□
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings of interface to output results.
- For details, see Chapter 22 and 23
in Function and Operation.
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(13) STORE A TITLE FOR THIS SETTING?
After making this series of settings, select " YES"
to save the settings as a group. By selecting "
YES," "DETAIL" will appear in the lower menu.
Select "DETAIL" and press the SET key.
SET WIZARD
(14) STORE THIS SETTING AS A SAMPLE IN THE
WIZARD?
Select " NO" or " YES" and then "END." Finally,
press the SET key.
If you selected " YES" to store the settings, move
the cursor to "END" and press the SET key. The
wizard will shut down.
TYPE00
STORE A TITLE FOR THIS
SETTING?
1NO
□
2YES
■
NEXT DETAIL
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/P/COLOR EVALUATION
STEP5:MEAS1/WINDOW/NORMAL
STEP6:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP7:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP8:TITLE/YES
End
COLOR F C1 BRT
STR OBJ TITLE SCREEN SAVE
AREA_
SET WIZARD
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
0123456789
- - ( ) < > SP
← → DEL END
EXIT
COLOR F C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
STEP8
STORE THIS SETTING AS A
SAMPLE IN THE WIZARD?
1NO
□
2YES
■
RETURN END
7-21
COLOR F C1 BRT
STEP8
RETURN
The "STR OBJ TITLE" screen will appear. Enter a
name using the up, down, left, and right arrow keys.
Then, select "END" and press the SET key.
The monitor will return to the "SET WIZARD"
screen. Select "NEXT" and press the SET key to go
to the next screen.
* In this example, "AREA" is entered as the title.
EXIT
[SAMPLE]
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/P/COLOR EVALUTION
STEP5:MEAS1/WINDOW/NORMAL
STEP6:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP7:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP8:TITLE/YES
End
7
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(15) The sample is registered with the title you assigned to on the
"SET WIZARD" screen.
Note 1: If no title was assigned, the sample settings are simply
listed as "Sample *"
Note 2: A maximum of eight sample settings can be assigned.
SET WIZARD
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
1CHG-TYPE
OPS-MENU
2STANDARD WIZARD RETURN
3OPERATION CHART
TYPE00
4AREA
End
Start
Register as a sample
(16) The monitor will return to display the operation screen.
To return to the operation screen, press the ESC key twice, or move the cursor to "SCREEN" in the
upper menu area using TRG/BRT key and select "OPS-MENU" from the popup menu.
(17) Execute a measurement.
While the operation screen is displayed, press the TRG/BRT key. The measurement results will be
displayed on the screen.
COLOR F C1 BRT
V3. 03C
(TYPE00) AAA
12: MEASURE 0 CAM1
Final evaluation result (*1)
Measuring time
7
NG
MEAS 0018ms 2002-02-04 16:27
MEASUREMENT 1 COLOR EVALUATION
Registration number
Maximum density difference
Maximum density
Minimum density
REGISTER NO. 0 (0∼7)
SG= 030.8
NG
MXG= 198.4
NG
MNG= 151.9
NG
X0∼7
Y0∼7
READY
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
*1 The final evaluation result will be displayed as "OK" in the upper left corner of the screen when all
of the items have been evaluated acceptable.
If there is a single unacceptable item, "NG" will be displayed.
*2 When the final evaluation result is OK, Y0 is turned ON, and a filled box
result is NG, an empty box
is displayed.)
7-22
is displayed. (When the
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
7-3 Positional deviation measurement
This function selects specified color from objects
with multiple colors, and converts this area to
binary. Then, the controller measures area, color
degree of match, average hue, and average
saturation.
Use the remote keypad for this operation.
See page 6-6 for detail of the operation of each
key on the remote keypad.
COLOR F
MAIN MENU
C1 BRT
IVC35M
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
Positioning
mark
SET=TO NEXT SUB-MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=POPUP
(1) Move the cursor to "MAIN COND" using the left and
right arrow keys and press the SET key.
SEL
(TYPE00)
COLOR F C1 BRT
V*.**
TRG/BRT
MEAS 0000ms 2001-12-07 09:41 MEASURE 0 CAM1 NO
ESC
7
Choose this
SET
X0∼7□□□□□□□□ Y0∼7□□□□□□□□ READY■
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
(2) The "MAIN MENU" will appear.
Move the cursor to the "SET WIZARD" item
using the up and down arrow keys, and
press the SET key.
SEL
MAIN MENU
SYS-CND
OBJECT TYPE COND
SET WIZARD
EDIT MAIN OPS MENU
OPTION
ENVIRONMENT SETTING
MEMORY CARD
TRG/BRT
ESC
COLOR F C1 BRT
IVC35M
SET
(3) The "SET WIZARD" screen will appear.
SET WIZARD
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
1CHG-TYPE
2STANDARD WIZARD
3OPERATION CHART
TYPE00
Start
End
(4) Enter an object type number.
SET WIZARD
COLOR F C1 BRT
SCREEN SAVE DEL
Move the cursor to " CHG-TYPE," using the up and [SAMPLE]
Change using the up and
down arrow keys, and press the SET key. " CHGdown arrow keys.
1CHG-TYPE
TYPE" will be highlighted. Next, press the up and
2STANDARD WIZARD
TYPE 00
Start
down arrow keys and the "TYPE00" display on the
3OPERATION CHART
End
right will change. Each time you press the up key, the
type number will increase by one, from 00 to 31 and
then back to 00. Each time you press the down key,
the type number will decrease by one, first from 00 to 31 and then from 31 down to 00. Holding down
either of these keys advances the number rapidly. Finally, press the ESC key to confirm the selected
number.
7-23
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(5) Move the cursor to "
STANDARD WIZARD" and press the SET key. The set wizard will start.
= In this example, the settings on the screens from the STEP1 to STEP 3 (CORRECT POSITION)
are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these screens to go to the next screen. =
How to go to next step while leaving the current step in
the Set Wizard unchanged.
(1) Press the up or down arrow key several times to
move the cursor to the "NEXT" item.
(2) Press the SET key.
STEP1
SELECT THE MEASUREMENT
START INPUT I/F
1PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB■
2TRIG CCD START
□
NEXT DETAIL
7
STEP1
STEP2
STEP3
SELECT THE MEASUREMENT
START INPUT I/F
1PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB■
2TRIG CCD START
□
SELECT AN IMAGE CAPTURING
METHOD DURING OPERATION
1PARTIAL-IMG
■
2ALL IMAGE
□
3NO CAPTURED
□
CORRECT POSITION?
1NO
2CAM1
3CAM2
NEXT DETAIL
This screen is used to select the
signal that the system will use to start
making a measurement.
The default is
"1PARARELL+SERIAL+USB."
- For details, see page 21-1 in
Function and Operation.
CCD trigger
- For details, see page G-2.
ENTER A SHUTTER SPEED
(1/30∼1/10000)
1SHUTTER SPEED
1/00060
RETURN NEXT
Select a method to capture image.
The default is "1PARTIAL-IMG."
(6) Select a camera in order to specify measurement
conditions
Move the cursor to " CAM1" or " CAM2" using
the up and down arrow keys, and press the SET
key.
Note: If you select "NO REGISTRATION", you
cannot set the measurement conditions.
SET WIZARD
RETURN NEXT
Specify whether or not to correct the
captured image.
- For details, see page 3-42 in
Function and Operation.
EXIT
COLOR F C1 BRT
STEP3
SELECT A CAMERA TO SPECIFY
MEASUREMENT CONDITIONS
1NO REGISTRATION
□
■
2CAM1
□
3CAM2
RETURN NEXT
7-24
■
□
□
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
End
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(7) Select an image-processing method
Move the cursor to " COLOR FILTER" and
press the SET key.
SET WIZARD
COLOR F
EXIT
C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
Next move the cursor to "COLOR FILTER SET"
using the up and down arrow keys and press the
SET key. Select "DETAIL" to enter the "COLOR
FILTER SET" screen.
STEP4
SELECT A COLOR IMAGE
PROCESSING MODE
1COLOR FILTER
■
2EXTRACT COLOR □
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
End
COLOR FILTER SET
DETAIL
SELECT A MEASUREMENT TYPE
1MEAS SEL NO
RETURN
NEXT
COLOR FILTER SET
(8) On the " FILTER TYPE" item, select a filter from
the popup menu.
1FILTER TYPE
SCREEN COND SAVE
RED
F
C1 BRT
RED
7
SET=SELECT A MENU ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
RED
Displays red areas more brightly.
GREEN
Displays green areas more brightly.
BLUE
Displays blue areas more brightly.
BRIGHT LEV
Displays areas that are within the specified brightness range (within
the specified upper and lower limits) more brightly.
ANY
Specify the optimum color filter parameters to use, based on the
original image conditions.
After the settings are complete, press the ESC key to return to the "SET WIZARD" screen.
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Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(9) Move the cursor to the " MEAS SEL" line using the
up and down arrow keys, and press the SET key.
Select "POSI-DEVIATION" from the popup menu.
Then, select "NEXT" to move to the next screen.
SET WIZARD
COLOR F
EXIT
C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
STEP4
SELECT A COLOR IMAGE
PROCESSING MODE
1COLOR FILTER
■
2EXTRACT COLOR □
COLOR FILTER SET
DETAIL
SELECT A MEASUREMENT TYPE
1MEAS SEL POSI-DEVIATION
RETURN
NEXT
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/F/POS DEVIAT
End
NO
POSI-DEVIATION
CHK-DEG-MATCH
INSPECT-LEAD
INSPECT-BGA/CSP
MEAS-BIN-AREA
CNT-BIN-OBJ
LABEL-BIN-OBJ
POINT-MEAS
MULTI-POSI
MULTI MATCHES
INSPECT NG
= In this example, the settings on the screens are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these
screens to go to the next screen. =
STEP5
7
SELECT TYPE OF CALCULATION
BETWEEN IMAGES
1COMPARE IMG
NO
SELECT WHETHER OR NOT TO
CONVERT IMAGE DENSITY
1CHING GRAY LEVEL
NO
SELECT FILTER TYPE FOR
IMAGE DATA
1SPACE FILTER
NO
RETURN NEXT
Select whether or not to process the captured image.
Calculation between images - See page 3-30 in Function and Operation
Density conversion - See page 3-33 in Function and Operation
Space filter - See page 3-34 in Function and Operation
(10) Select a registration number
Move the cursor to " REGISTER NO. (0 ~ 7)" and
press the SET key. While this item is highlighted,
press the up and down arrow keys and press the
SET key when the number you want appears.
* In this example, select "0."
Next, move the cursor to " GRAY-SRC" on the
"SELECT AN IMAGE PROCESSING" line and
press the SET key.
Move the cursor to " NUM. OF DTECT" and press
the SET key. Select the "1P" on the popup menu
and press the SET key.
Move the cursor to " DTECT ANGL" on the
"ENTER A RANGE AND UNITS FOR ROTATION
ANGLE DETECTION" line and select an angle
("NO," "±15˚," "±30˚," "±45˚" or "360˚") on the pop
up menu. When an angle other than "NO" is
selected, "10" is displayed for the " UNIT."
In this example, select "NO."
The "DETAIL" item will appear in the lower menu.
Move the cursor to "DETAIL" and press the SET key.
Now "REG COND" screen will appear.
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SET WEZARD EXIT
COLOR F C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
STEP5
1REGISTER NO.(0∼7) 0
SELECT AN IMAGE PROCESSING
1NO
□
2GRAY-SRC
■
3EDGE DTECT
□
4SCH+EDGE
□
5ROTAT-SCH(HIGH)
□
1NUM. OF DTECT
1P
ENTER A RANGE AND UNITS FOR
ROTATION ANGLE DETECTION
1DTECT ANGLE
NO
RETURN NEXT DETAIL
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/F/POS DEVIAT
STEP5:MEAS1/MEAS CND
End
1P
2P
NO
±15°
±30°
±45°
360°
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(11) Setting the registration conditions
REGISTER NO.
The previously specified register number is
displayed. To change the register number,
press the SET key. While the number is
highlighted, press the up and down arrow keys
to change it.
REG COND SCREEN COND SAVE DEL
1REGISTER NO.
2MEAS SHAPE(MDL0)
3REFIMG ARE(MDL0)
4SEARCH ARE(MDL0)
RED F C1 BRT
0(0∼7)
RECTANGLE
SET(224.208)∼(287.271)
SET(216.200)∼(295.279)
+
SEL=VALUE INPUT ESC=BACK CEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
Next, adjust the image you want to measure.
1. Press the SEL key to move the cursor to the
"F" position in the upper function menu.
Press the up and down arrow keys to change
the "F" to "T." Now the image from "CAM1"
will be displayed as a through image on the
monitor.
Note: When the image is difficult to see,
change the image setting between
"BRT" and "DRK." After changing from
the "Freeze" to the "Through" image
display, press the left key once and
then press the up key once. The
"Dark" image setting can be selected.
REG COND
SCREEN COND SAVE DETAIL
1REGISTER NO
2MEAS SHAPE (MDL0)
3REF IMG ARE (MDL0)
4SEARCH ARE (MDL0)
RED
F
C1 BRT
0 (0∼7)
RECTANGLE
SET
(224, 208)∼(287, 271)
SET
(216, 200)∼(295, 279)
2. Adjust the focus and aperture of the camera
lens to obtain a clear image of the object.
See pages 5-3.
SET=VALUE INPUT ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
3. After the measurement object image is
clearly visible, change the image mode back
to "F" (Freeze) using the up and down arrow keys.
By switching the image display mode from "T" to "F," the image will be captured by the IVC35M controller.
Note: Whenever you want to register a reference image, the image display mode should be
changed to "F."
4. Press the SEL key and move the cursor from the upper function menu to the "REG COND"
screen.
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7
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
MEAS SHAPE (MDL0)
Move the cursor to this line and press the SET
key. A popup menu will appear.
Move the cursor to "RECTANGLE", "X- LINE" or
"Y- LINE" and press the SET key. In this
example, select "RECTANGLE."
For details, see page 3-15 in Function and
Operation.
REG COND
SCREEN COND SAVE DETAIL
1REGISTER NO
2MEAS SHAPE (MDL0)
3REF IMG ARE (MDL0)
4SEARCH ARE (MDL0)
RED
F
C1 BRT
F
C1 BRT
0 (0∼7)
RECTANGLE
SET
(224, 208)∼(287, 271)
SET
(216, 200)∼(295, 279)
RECTANGLE
X-LINE
Y-LINE
SET=VALUE INPUT ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
7
REFIMG ARE (MDL0)
Move the cursor to this line and press the SET
key. The "SET" line will be highlighted. Press the
SET key again and the "RECTANGLE" setting
screen will appear.
Adjust the size of the rectangle by setting
" UP.L" and " LO.R" (upper left and lower
right corners) in order to establish the reference
image area.
RECTANGLE
RESET
1UP. L
2LO. R
3MOVE
4REFFERENCE IMG
RETURN
RED
(224, 208)
(287, 271)
X:224 Y:208
SET=MOVE ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
UP.L The upper left corner of the rectangle can be moved up, down, left, and right.
LO.R The lower right corner of the rectangle can be moved up, down, left, and right.
The rectangle can be moved up, down, left, and right. Select "3MOVE" and
press the SET key to display a cross hair cursor on the screen. Now, move
MOVE
the rectangle by pressing the up, down, left, and right arrow keys. When it is
in position, press the SET key to confirm it.
After the position of the rectangle is correct, press the SET key.
7-28
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
Register a reference image
Move the cursor to " REFERENCE IMG" using
the up and down arrow keys. Then, select "REG"
from the popup menu. The reference image that
you registered is shown in the lower right corner
of the screen.
RECTANGLE
RESET
1UP. L
2LO. R
3MOVE
4REFFERENCE IMG
RETURN
RED
F
C1 BRT
(224, 208)
(287, 271)
CONTRAST SRCH
REG
DISP
After the setting is complete, press the ESC key
to return to the "REG COND" screen.
Note: If a reference image is not registered, you
cannot make measurements.
X:224 Y:208
SET=MOVE ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
SEARCH ARE (MDL0)
Move the cursor to this line and press the SET key. "SET" will be highlighted. Press the SET key
again and the "RECTANGLE" screen will appear.
Use the same procedures as you used for " REFIMG ARE(MDL0)" to adjust the size and position
of the rectangle defining the search area.
After the setting is complete, press the ESC key twice and return to the "SET WIZARD" screen.
Move the cursor to "NEXT" and press the SET key.
= In this example, the settings on the screens are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these
screens to go to the next screen. =
STEP6
SELECT INSPECTION PRECISION
1STANDARD(PIXEL)
■
2HIGH(SUB-PIXEL)
□
RETURN NEXT
Setting the detection precision.
- For details, see page 3-20 in
Function and Operation.
(12) Select whether or not to set the evaluation
conditions for measured results.
Select " YES" and press the SET key.
SET WIZARD
EXIT
COLOR F C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
STEP7
The "DETAIL" item will appear on the lower part
of the screen. Move the cursor to "DETAIL" and
press the SET key.
COMPARE EVALUATION
CONDITIIONS TO MEASUREMENT
RESULTS (YES/NO)
1 NO
□
2 YES
■
RETURN
7-29
NEXT DETAIL
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/F/POS DEVIAT
STEP5:MEAS1/MEAS CND
STEP6:MEAS1/DTECT PRECISION
STEP7:MEAS1/EVALUATION
End
7
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
The "EVALUAT COND" screen will appear.
Select " REGISTER NO." using the up and
down arrow keys. Change the number to "0"
using the up and down arrow keys. Then press
the SET key.
EVALUAT COND SCREEN
COND
SAVE EDIT SEL
RED F C1 BRT
1REGISTER NO.
2CONDITION SET
3X COORD.
4Y COORD.
5x DEVIATE
6y DEVIATE
7MATCH LVL
0(0~7)
AUTO(–10%)
(MDL0)000.0∼511.0
(MDL0)000.0∼479.0
(MDL0)-511.0∼+511.0
(MDL0)-479.0∼-479.0
(MDL0)-10000∼+10000
8TEST
EXEC(WITH-POSI.ADJ WITHOUT-POSI.ADJ)
[TEST RESULT]
[OUTPUT]
X0=
Y0=
x0=
y0=
M0=
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
SEL=VALUE INPUT ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
7
Select " CONDITION SET," " x DEVIATE,"
and " y DEVIATE" using the up and down arrow
keys, and enter upper and lower limit values. Use
the left and right arrow keys to change between
each digit and use up and down arrow keys to
change values of each digit.
For example, when selecting " x DEVIATE" or
" y DEVIATE," press the SET key and then
move the cursor to the "OUTPUT" column using
the left and right arrow keys. Now, press the SET
key, a popup menu appears. From this popup
menu, select output destination from "NO," "Y,"
and "C."
Move the cursor to "Y" and press the SET key.
Then select the Y0 and press the SET key. Now
the evaluation results will be output to the Y0
terminal.
* In this example, select output Y0 for " x
DEVIAT" and output Y1 for " y DEVIAT."
EVALUAT COND
SCREEN
1REGISTER NO.
2CONDITION SET
3X COORD.
4Y COORD.
5x DEVIATE
6y DEVIATE
7MATCH LVL
Y
8TEST
COND
SAVE EDIT SEL RED F C1 BRT
0(0~7)
[TEST RESULT]
AUTO(–10%)
(MDL0)000.0∼511.0
X0=
(MDL0)000.0∼479.0
Y0=
(MDL0)-511.0∼+511.0 x0=
(MDL0)-479.0∼-479.0 y0=
M0=
OUTPUT
Use place
NO
Y0
Y1
NO
NO
Y2
Y3
NO
NO
Y4
EXEC(WITH-POSI.ADJ WITHO
Y5
NO
Y6
NO
Y7
NO
SEL=VALUE INPUT ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC
For details about the evaluation conditions, see page 3-28 in Function and Operation.
After the settings are complete, press the ESC key to return to the "SET WIZARD" screen.
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[OUTPUT]
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
Y
C
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
= In this example, the settings on the STEP8 (DST&AGL COND SET) to STEP8 (MAIN OPS
MENU) are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these screens to go to the next screen. =
STEP8
STEP8
USE SETTING DESTANCE
ANGLE CONDITIONS (YES/NO)
COMPARE MEASUREMENT
SETTINGS TO MEASUREMENT
RESULTS (YES/NO)
STEP8
LADDER CIRCUIT AND RESULT
OUTPUT BASED ON MEASUREMENT
AND CALCULATION RESULT (YES/NO)
1NO
2YES(MEAS)
■
□
1NO
2YES(MEAS)
■
□
3YES(DST&AGL)
□
3YES(DST&AGL)
□
1 NO
2 YES
■
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings for distance and angle
conditions.
- For details, see Chapter 18 in
Function and Operation.
RETURN NEXT
Settings for measurement results.
- For details, see Chapter 19 in
Function and Operation.
RETURN NEXT
Output settings.
- For details, see Chapter 22 in
Function and Operation.
STEP8
STEP8
STEP8
ADD MEASUREMENT CONDITIONS?
CALCULATE SETTINGS FOR ALL
MEASUREMENT RESULTS(YES/NO)
SET LADDER CIRCUIT RESULT
OUTPUT BASED ON ALL
MEASUREMENT AND CALCULATION
RESULTS (YES/NO)
1NO
2YES
■
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings for measurement conditions.
- For details, see Chapter 3 in
Function and Operation.
1NO
2YES(MEAS)
■
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings for the calculations applied
to all measurements.
- For details, see Chapter 19 in
Function and Operation.
STEP8
STEP8
SELECT AN INTERFACE FOR
OUTPUTTING RESULTS WHEN THE
INPUT IS THE PARALLEL I/F
CHANGE DISPLY CONTENTS OF
THE MAIN OPS MENU
1NO
■
2YES
□
1NO
2COMPUTER LINK
3SERIAL I/F
■
□
□
RETURN NEXT
Settings of interface to output results.
- For details, see Chapter 22 and 23
in Function and Operation.
RETURN NEXT
Settings for displaying the operation
screen.
- For details, see page 6-14.
7-31
1NO
2YES
RETURN
■
□
NEXT
Settings for the calculations applied
to all measurements.
- For details, see Chapter 19 in
Function and Operation.
7
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(13) STORE A TITLE FOR THIS SETTING?
After making this series of settings, select " YES"
to save the settings as a group. By selecting "
YES," "DETAIL" will appear in the lower menu.
Select "DETAIL" and press the SET key.
SET WIZARD
7
(14) STORE THIS SETTING AS A SAMPLE IN THE
WIZARD?
Select " NO" or " YES" and then "END." Finally,
press the SET key.
If you selected " YES" to store the settings, move
the cursor to "END" and press the SET key. The
wizard will shut down.
TYPE00
STORE A TITLE FOR THIS
SETTING?
1NO
□
2YES
■
NEXT DETAIL
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/F/POS DEVIAT
STEP5:MEAS1/MEAS COND
STEP6:MEAS1/DTECT PRECISION
STEP7:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP8:TITLE/YES
End
COLOR F C1 BRT
STR OBJ TITLE SCREEN SAVE
AREA_
SET WIZARD
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
0123456789
- - ( ) < > SP
← → DEL END
EXIT
COLOR F C1 BRT
[SAMPLE]
STEP8
STORE THIS SETTING AS A
SAMPLE IN THE WIZARD?
1NO
□
2YES
■
RETURN END
7-32
COLOR F C1 BRT
STEP8
RETURN
The "STR OBJ TITLE" screen will appear. Enter a
name using the up, down, left, and right arrow keys.
Then, select "END" and press the SET key.
* In this example, "AREA" is entered as the title.
The monitor will return to the "SET WIZARD"
screen. Select "NEXT" and press the SET key to go
to the next screen.
EXIT
[SAMPLE]
TYPE00
Start
STEP1:PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB
STEP2:CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG
STEP3:MEAS1/CAM1
STEP4:MEAS1/F/POS DEVIAT
STEP5:MEAS1/MEAS COND
STEP6:MEAS1/DTECT PRECISION
STEP7:MEAS1/EVALUATION
STEP8:TITLE/YES
End
Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard
(15) The sample is registered with the title you assigned to on the
"SET WIZARD" screen.
Note 1: If no title was assigned, the sample settings are simply
listed as "Sample *"
Note 2: A maximum of eight sample settings can be assigned.
SET WIZARD
SCREEN SAVE DEL
[SAMPLE]
1CHG-TYPE
OPS-MENU
2STANDARD WIZARD RETURN
3OPERATION CHART
TYPE00
4AREA
End
Start
Register as a sample
(16) The monitor will return to display the operation screen.
To return to the operation screen, press the ESC key twice, or move the cursor to "SCREEN" in the
upper menu area using TRG/BRT key. Then, select "OPS-MENU" from the popup menu.
(17) Execute a measurement.
While the operation screen is displayed, press the TRG/BRT key. The measurement results will be
displayed on the screen.
COLOR F C1 BRT
V3. 03C
(TYPE00) AAA
12: MEASURE 0 CAM1
Final evaluation result (*1)
Measuring time
OK
MEAS 0022ms 2002-02-04 16:13
MEASUREMENT 1 POSI-DEVIATION
Registration number
Detection coordinates of the
reference image
Amount of deviation from the
reference image
Degree of match of the
reference image (*2)
REGISTER NO. 0 (0∼7)
X0=110.0
OK
Y0=132.0
OK
x0=+000.0
OK
y0=000.0
OK
M0=000.0
OK
B0=
*3
X0∼7
Y0∼7
READY
MNU-CHG MAIN-COND CHG-MEA COND-CHG CHNG-REG SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE
*1 The final evaluation result will be displayed as "OK" in the upper left corner of the screen when
all of the items have been evaluated acceptable.
If there is a single unacceptable item, "NG" will be displayed.
*2 "M0 +09735" means that the degree of match (percentage of pixels that match) between pixels
in the stored image and the measured image is 97.35%.
[The acceptance and rejection criteria based on the degree of match]
In order to evaluate acceptability based on the degree of match, first an image of a good
specimen is stored for reference. Then, an image of defective specimen is compared for degree
of match. Finally an image of another good specimen is compared. These comparisons establish
the degree of match to be used for setting the limits used for working comparisons.
For example, the degree of match for a non-defective object is 90% or more and that for a
defective object is 70% or less, then the threshold value for degree of match can be set to
approx. 85%. This allows the evaluation acceptability to be made.
*3 When the final evaluation result is OK, Y0 is turned ON, and a filled box
the result is NG, an empty box
is displayed.)
7-33
is displayed. (When
7
Specifications
Chapter 8: Specifications
8-1 Controller (IV-C35M)
Item
Image sampling system
Number of pixels
Image memory
Specifications
16,770,000 colors, 256 level gray scale, binary conversion,
edge detection
512 (horizontal) x 480 (vertical), approximately 240,000
pixels.
One screen for displaying captured images. One
monochrome screen for displaying camera information and
messages
32 object types
No.of assignable object type
Maximum number of reference images
600 / 8 screens
stored / number of whole screens stored
IV-C30C5
33.3 ms
image
16.7
ms [full mode]
scan time
IV-S30C3/C4
8.3 ms [half mode]
9 ms (When the search area is 256×256 pixels, the model
Gray search time
size is 64×64 pixels, and the contraction function is set to 3.)
Gray search, edge detection precision Pixel, sub-pixel
Color filter (R, G, B, brightness, custom)
Image processing
Color extraction (hue, saturation, brightness)
Gray
Color
Hue correction
Adjust hue level
image preAdjust brightness level
processing Brightness correction
Dividing, subtracting, and filtering
Shading correction
Subtracting, absolute value of difference (between camera 1
Comparative calculation
and reference image, between camera 2 and reference
Gray
between images
image, between camera 1 and camera 2)
image preMagnification by "n" processing, g (+/-) correction, histogram
processing
Gray level changes
widening, mid-range emphasis
Smoothing (center/average), edge emphasis, edge extraction,
Space filter
horizontal edge, vertical edge
Fixed and threshold value corrections (variation
Binary threshold value
difference/variation rate)
Expansion to contraction, contraction to expansion, area filter
Binary noise elimination
Specified window (rectangle, circle, oval), any binary image
Binary image mask
mask
X/Y correction, rotation correction
Positional correction method
8-1
8
Specifications
Specifications
Item
Area, hue (average), saturation (average), color degree of match
[Maximum 8 windows ]
Number of objects [Maximum 128 windows ]
Color unevenness
Total area, hue (max./min.), number of faults of hue, saturation (max./min.), and
inspection
number of faults of saturation. [Maximum 4 windows ]
XY coordinate, XY deviation amount, color degree of match (1-point search, 2-point
Color position
search, 1-point edge, 2-point edge, 1-point search and 1-point edge)
measurement
[Maximum 8 windows x 2 models]
Fault inspection
Density (max./min.), density difference (max.) [Maximum 8 windows ]
XY coordinate, deviation amount in X and Y axes, degree of match (1-point search, 2Positional deviation point search, 1-point edge, 2-point edge, 1-point search and 1-point edge)
measurement
Angle: ±15 , ±30 , ±45 , 360 (1-point search, 1-point search + 1-point edge)
[Maximum 8 windows x 2 models]
Degree of match Degree of match, XY coordinate, density (1-point search, 2-point search)
inspection
[Maximum 16 windows x 2 models]
Area measurement
Area [Maximum 16 windows]
by binary conversion
Object counting by
Quantity (maximum 3,000 items per window), total area [Maximum 4 windows]
binary conversion
Quantity (maximum 128 per window), total area, area of each object identified, gravity
Object identification
center, main axis angle, fillet diameter, peripheral length, center point
by binary conversion
[Maximum 4 windows]
Point measurement Number in binary image (maximum 256 points), average density [Maximum 128 points]
Number of leads, distance between leads (max., min.), lead width (max., min.), lead
Lead inspection
length (max., min.)
[Maximum 16 windows]
Number of labels, total area, area of each label, XY pitch (max., min.) XY fillet diameter
BGA/CSP inspection
(max., min.), [Maximum 4 windows ]
Multiple positional Number of objects (max. 128), degree of match, XY coordinate (1-point search, 1-point
measurement
edge)
[Maximum 4 windows]
Multiple degree of Number of objects (max. 128), degree of match, XY coordinate (1-point search)
match inspection [Maximum 4 windows]
Maximum 6 per object type (measurement 0 - camera 1, measurement 0 - camera 2,
Number of measurement
measurements 1 to 4)
programs
Note: Measurement 0 is only used for positional deviation measurement.
Rectangle, circle, oval (when using color evaluation, color unevenness inspection, area
measurement by binary conversion, object counting by binary conversion, object
Window shape
identification by binary measurement), circumference (when using fault inspection), and
arc (when using fault inspection).
Measure distance (between two points, X coordinate, Y coordinate), measure angle (3
Distance and angle
points, 2 points against horizontal line, 2 points against vertical line), auxiliary point
measurement
(center, circle center, gravity center, line over 2 points, crossing point of two straight
lines)
Four basic operations (+, -, X, /), root, absolute value, TAN, ATAN, maximum,
Arithmetic operation
minimum, average , total.
NG image memory
Maximum 128 images (8 images for all images)
function
Possible extension when using a memory card (compact flash memory)
Memory card slot
One slot (compatible card : up to 192 MB)
Calendar/timer
Year, month, day, hour, minute
Display measuring time, light level monitor function, crosshair cursor display, change
display language between Japanese and English, Run screen lock function, setting
Other functions
menu display "yes/no", change image display (through/freeze), change image
brightness (bright/dark)
Input relays
Parallel input: 8 points (X0 to X7)
Parallel output: 8 points (Y0 to Y7)
Output relays
General-purpose serial interface, computer link: 16 points (Y0 to Y15)
Auxiliary relays
128 points (C000 to C127), special area 18 points (C110 to C127)
Timers
8 points (TM0 to TM7), timer setting range: 0.01 to 9.99 seconds (countdown timer)
Counters
8 points (CN0 to CN7), counter setting range: 000 to 999 (counts down)
8
Micro PC
section
Measurement program
Color evaluation
8-2
External
interface
Specifications
Item
Parallel interface
General-purpose serial
interface
Computer link
USB
Image output
Number of cameras
Connecting camera
Make settings
Terminal block
Measurement start
input
Inputs
Internal trigger
External trigger
Number of points
Common terminal
outpu- Number of points
ts
Common terminal
Power
Power supply
supply
terminal
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
Storage ambient temperature
Operation ambient temperature
Operation ambient humidity
Operation atmosphere
Vibration resistance
Shock resistance
Noise immunity
Outside dimensions
Weight
Specifications
Input: 8 points, Output: 9 points, 12/24 VDC
RS232C/RS422 (2.4 to 115.2 kbps)
Built-in compatibility with certain SHARP, OMRON, Mitsubishi and
Yokogawa models
USB device node (Compatible with USB1.1)
1 channel, Equivalent to NTSC system, 2:1 interlace
Maximum of 2
IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3, IV-S30C4
Using the IV-S30RK1 remote keypad and/or the IV-S30SP parameter
setting support software
CCD trigger (using the CCD camera)
Trigger input (parallel I/F), general-purpose serial I/F, keypad trigger (for
manual measuring)
8 points: External trigger; 1 point (X0), Object type change; 5 points (X1 to
X5), external input; 2 points (X6, X7)
1 point: + or - common
9 points: 1 READY , 8 user settable logical outputs (Y0 to Y7)
1 point: + or - common
2 points: +24 VDC, 0 V
24 VDC (±10%)
12 W
-20 to 70oC
0 to 45oC
35 to 85% RH (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases or dust
JIS C 0911 or equivalent
- Amplitude 0.15 mm (10 to 57 Hz), 9.8 m/s2 (57 to 150 Hz)
Number of sweeps: 10 (1 octave/min.), 3 directions (X, Y, Z)
JIS C 0912 or equivalent : 147 m/s2 (three times each in X, Y, and Z
directions)
1000 Vp-p 1µs width impulse (by noise simulator) when applied to the
primary side (100 VAC) of an external DC power supply
130 (W) x 100 (D) x 42 (H) mm (except protruding portions)
Approx. 600 g
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Specifications
8-2 Camera specifications
[1] Camera (IV-C30C5/S30C3/S30C4)
Specifications
Micro and
high-speed,
IV-S30C4
Custom φ17 mm
Lens mount method
C mount
C mount
mount
Interline transmission Interline transmission method, monochrome
Method
method, 1-CCD color CCD
Reading system
Full pixel type, partial image scanning is available
16.7 ms [full mode], 8.3m [half mode]*
Reading
33.3 ms *
Item
Optical
system
Picture
taking
element
Shutter
Color,
IV-C30C5
Size
No. of effective
pixels
Pixel shape
Shutter speed (s)
Method
Connector
Connection to controller
High speed,
IV-S30C3
1/3 inch
512 (horizontal) × 480 (vertical)
Square
Settable between 1/30 and 1/10,000 for each object type
Random shutter
Round, 12-pin female connector
Using custom camera cables (IV-S30KC3 : 3m, IV-S30KC5 : 5m)
Operation ambient temperature 0 to 45oC
Operation ambient humidity
Operation atmosphere
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Outside
dimensions
(mm)
Camera body
Head
Head cable
Weight
Accessories
35 to 85% RH (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases or dust
30 (W) x 32 (H) x 40 30 (W) x 32 (H) x 40
(D)
(D)
---
---
--50 g (not including
the lens)
--50 g (not including
the lens)
- 1 camera angle
bracket
- 2 securing
screws
- 1 Instruction
Manual
- 1 camera angle
bracket
- 2 securing
screws
- 1 Instruction
Manual
* Variable with partial-image capturing
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30 (W) x 32 (H) x
44.7 (D)
φ 17 x 35.6 mm
1m
140 g (The head
weighs approximately
13 g)
- 1 camera angle
bracket
- 1 camera head
bracket
- 3 securing
screws
- 1 Instruction
Manual
Specifications
[2] Camera lens (IV-S20L16)
Item
Focal distance
Specifications
16 mm
Maximum f-stop
1.6
Aperture range
1.6 to 16, Close
Focal range
Filter installation dia.
Mount system
Compatible cameras
50 mm to ∞
M 25.5, P = 0.75, U1
C mount
IV-C30C5, IV-S30C1/C3, IV-S20C1 (camera for the IV-S20)
[3] Camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5)
Item
Specifications
Overall length
3m (IV-S30KC3), 5m (IV-S30KC5)
Cable sheath
Polyvinyl chloride
Video connectors
Minimum bending radius
Main housing: Round, 12-pin male connector
Camera: Round, 12-pin male connector
40 mm (75 mm when bending)
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8-5
Specifications
8-3 Support tools
[1] LCD monitors (IV-10MT/10MTV/10MTK)
Item name
Display device
IV-10MT
IV-10MTV
10.4-inch, TFT liquid crystal module
Display size
211.2 (horizontal) x 158.4 (vertical) mm
No. of pixels
640 (horizontal) x 480 (vertical) dots
Display colors
Approx. 260,000 colors (RGB 6-bit)
Contrast control
Backlight
IV-10MTK
3 steps
Cold-cathode tube (service life 25,000 hours *)
White brightness
400 cd/m2
Angle of visibility
Up/down: 40/60 degrees, left/right: 65 degrees
Image input connector RCA connector (1 channel)
Input signal method
Input signal level
Power supply
Power consumption
NTSC system
VBS 1.0 V (p-p)/75 ohms
90 to 110 VAC, 50/60 Hz (when the supplied AC adapter is used)
28 W (when the supplied AC adapter is used)
Storage temperature -20 to 60 degrees
Operating temperature 0 to 45 degrees
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Operating humidity
Atmosphere
Vibration resistance
Shock resistance
Noise immunity
Withstand voltage
Insulation resistance
Dimensions (mm)
Panel cut size (mm)
Weight (approx.)
Accessories
35 to 85% RH (no condensation)
No corrosive gases
Compliance with JIS C0911
Vibration and acceleration: 0.15 mm (10 to 58 Hz), 9.8 m/s2 (58 to 150 Hz)
Vibration frequency: 10 to 150 to 10 Hz (1 oct/min)
2 hours in each of X, Y and Z directions (15 sweeps)
Compliance with JIS C0912 147 m/s2 (3 times in each of X, Y and Z
directions)
1000 Vp-p 1 micro second impulse (by noise simulator)
(when applied to the primary side (100 VAC) of the supplied AC adapter)
1000 VAC, 1 min. (between AC adapter plug and chassis)
500 VDC, over 10 M ohms (between AC adapter plug and chassis)
282.6 (W) x 196.6 (H) x
300 (W) x 231.7 (H) x 49.5 (D)
46.9 (D)
+0.5
286.6 +0.5
-0 x 218.3 -0 (not including bracket)
1.8 kg
2.4 kg
One AC adapter, one
instruction manual, 4
brackets
One AC adapter, one
instruction manual
2.5 kg
One AC adapter, one
instruction manual, 4
brackets, one cable
* The product life above means a time until the monitor luminous level drops to 50% of the initial value
or start flickering while it has been used under the ambient temperature 25±5˚C, selecting the light
level as the "standard."
8-6
Specifications
[2] Monochrome monitor (IV-09MT: When using IV-S30C3/C4)
Item
Specifications
Power input voltage
90 to 110VAC, 50/60Hz
Input capacity
25 VA
Signal voltage
1.0Vp-p/75 ohms
Screen display resolution
900 scanning lines (center), 600 scanning lines (edges)
Scan method
EIA 525 lines (2:1 interlaced)
Scan frequency
Horizontal : 15.75 kHz, vertical : 48 to 62 Hz
Image size
8% under scan
Linearity
Horizontal : 10% or less, vertical : max. 10%
Image input connector
BNC
Image input impedance
75 ohms/ High-Z
Video output connector
BNC
Front
Brightness, contrast, vertical position, horizontal position
Back
Focus, vertical width, horizontal linearity, sub-brightness (only used
by our service staff)
Adjustments
Storage ambient temperature
-20 to 60oC
Operation ambient
temperature
0 to 45oC
Operation ambient humidity
35 to 85 %RH (non-considering)
Atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Vibration resistance
JIS C 0911 or equivalent
- Amplitude 0.15mm, (10 to 57Hz), 9.8m/s2 (57 to 150Hz),
No. of sweeps : 10 (1 octave/min.) 3 directions (X, Y, Z)
Shock resistance
JIS C 0912 or equivalent, 147m/s2 (3 times each in X,Y, and Z
directions)
Weight
Approx. 6 kg
Dimensions (mm)
220 (W) × 238 (H) × 257 (D) (not including protrusion)
Dielectric resistance
1000 VAC, 1 minute (between AC plug and chassis)
Insulation resistance
DC 500VDC, 10M ohms or more (between AC plug and chassis)
Accessories
One instruction manual
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Note: Even when using an IV-C30C5 color camera, it displays as a monochrome image.
External dimension drawings
252
(Unit : mm)
252
238
11
238
227
220
8-7
Specifications
[3] LED lighting equipment (IV-60LD: When using IV-S30C3/C4)
Item
Specifications
36 pcs of 5mm diameter
- High brightness LEDs
LEDs used
Standard lighting range
Input voltage
24 VDC ±10% , 2P terminal
Current consumption
Lighting level adjustment
Operation ambient temperature
Storage ambient temperature
Operation ambient humidity
Operation atmosphere
Vibration resistance
Shock resistance
Outside dimensions (mm)
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Approx. 50 mm x 50 mm (workpiece distance at 150mm)
Approx. 2 W
Semi-fixed volume
0 to 45oC
-10 to 60oC
35 to 90%RH (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases or dust
JIS C 0911 or equivalent
- Amplitude 2 mm (10 to 61 Hz), 147 m/s2 (61 to 150Hz),
No. of sweeps : 10 (1 octave/min.), 3 directions (X,Y,Z)
JIS C 0912 or equivalent, 147 m/s2 (each 3 times in X, Y, and
Z directions)
76.9 x 73.6 x 25.0 (except camera angle bracket)
Weight
Approx. 230g (IV-60LD body : Approx. 140g + Camera angle
bracket : Approx. 90 g)
Accessories
One camera angle bracket, 6 installation screws (M3 x 6mm),
one instruction manual
External dimension drawings
Shown below are an IV-S30C3 camera with an IV-S20L16 camera lens installed.
73.6
(Unit : mm)
17
* (2 places)
The dimensions will vary according to
the installation direction of the camera.
32.5
19.8
77.3
Camera center
32
32
77.3
19.8
Camera center
17
Camera center
32.5
25
3
3
25
90
62
*
62
34
44.8
73.6
8-8
104 ( or 98.5, 93 )
44.8
34 *
Glossary
Glossary
[A]
Area filter
A function used to eliminate an island if its area is smaller that the specified size after each of the
objects in an image have been identified.
Arrangement of the square pixels
This refers to CCD elements whose pixels are square and arranged at the same vertical and horizontal interval.
If this type of CCD element is used, length corrections do not need to be calculated and the precision and processing time do not deteriorate.
Rectangular grid
1.28
1
Square grid
1
1
CCD pick-up elements
One pixel
The aspect ratio is 1: 1.
Artifact processing
Artifact processing is a method of processing that eliminates the false detection of the edge of the
target object when an artifact is in the line being scanned. This process can be used during edge
detection. The real edge of the target object is detected by computing the average duration of the
dark area.
[Example of detection]
- An example of light to dark averaging (DTCT MODE: BRT - DRK) while scanning horizontally
(SEARCH DIR.: HORIZ -), with artifact processing (enabled) .
Duration of dark area
in the line scan
Average light level (vertical)
Edge detection point
(with artifact processing: enabled)
When artifact processing is disabled in the above example, the edge detection point changes.
Edge detection point (with artifact processing: disabled)
[B]
Binary image
Pixels in images are converted to one of two values, "1" when the pixel is lighter than the specified
threshold value (level), and "0" when it is darker than the specified threshold value (level).
G-1
G
Glossary
Variation in
lighting
Binary processing (fixed/threshold value correction)
By setting THESHLD. ADJ (threshold adjustment function), the IV-C35M can cope with variations in
lighting.
Threshold correction value
Note: In order to use the THRESHOLD
(threshold adjustment function), the
monitor brightness functions must be
selected to measure variations in lighting.
If you don’t select the monitor brightness
Fixed
function, a BINARY CORR.: LIGHT LVL
NOT SET (correcting binary value:
monitor illumination not selected) error
will occur.
Fails to convert the image
due to a variation in lighting
Boundary processing
See "Setting window boundaries (enable/disable)."
Brightness level
Indicates color brightness level.
[C]
G
CCD (charge capture device)
A charge capture device (CCD) converts light into electric signals. It consists of a photoelectric
converter to convert light and store it as an electric charge signal, a scanner to read the stored
electric charges, and an output section to transmit the signals as a stream of data.
CCD trigger
The CCD trigger allows sampling a part of the CCD camera image at high speed. When the
sampled image changes, the camera starts the shutter operation to capture a new image. With this
built-in shutter operation, an external sensor, such as a photo sensor, is not needed to trigger the
shutter. A window can be created to trigger the shutter operation. The window can be set for each
item on the production line so that adjustments to the position of an external sensor are no longer
needed. This feature reduces the down time needed to change object types on production lines.
Object type 1
Feed
direction
Object type 2
Feed
direction
Window for triggering the shutter operation
Center of gravity
The "center of gravity" is the geographical center of the image. It is determined by treating the binary
image to be measured as an object that has mass.
C mount
A system for mounting lenses on a camera body. The flange back (the distance from the reference
level for mounting a lens to the focal plane surface) is defined as 17.526 mm.
G-2
Glossary
Color extraction
The color extraction function extracts a color in a certain area from the original image, and registers
it as a reference color. The controller converts areas of color that are within the upper and lower limit
ranges of hue, saturation, and brightness of the reference color to binary images, as well as colors
outside of these ranges.
Then, the controller measures these binary images with conventional measurement procedures.
Color filter
Color filter is to filter red, green, blue, brightness, or optionally, the captured image, and display the
filtered color as bright gray.
Then, the controller measures these gray images with conventional measurement
Filter types
R (red) filter
Displays red areas more brightly.
G (green) filter
Displays green areas more brightly.
B (blue) filter
Displays blue areas more brightly.
Brightness filter
Displays areas that are within the specified brightness range (within the
specified upper and lower limits) more brightly.
Custom filter
Specify the optimum color filter parameters to use, based on the original
image conditions.
The color filter function can be used with positional deviation measurement, degree of match inspection, lead inspection, BGA/CSP inspection, area measurement by binary conversion, object counting
by binary conversion, object identification by binary conversion, point measurement, multiple position measurement, multiple degree of match inspection, and fault inspection.
Computer link
Programmable controllers (PC) are equipped with communication protocols. The "computer link" is
used to transfer data between the PC and an external computer, or the like, using this communication protocol. The IV-C35M supports the computer link protocols used by Sharp, Omron, Mitsubishi,
and Yokogawa PCs. Therefore, the PC does not need a custom communication program in order to
create a computer link with the IV-C35M.
Contraction
See "Expansion and contraction to eliminate binary noise in the image."
[E]
Edge detection
The "edge" refers to the boundaries between the brighter (white) and darker (black) parts in an
image. The "edge detection" function is used to detect this boundary by processing the image.
Edge
width
A
B
Brightness
A
Edge
G-3
Flat
width
Difference
in darkness
level
Scanning direction B
G
Glossary
[An example of detecting a point using the edge detection function and user specified criteria]
- Horizontal transition point
- Vertical transition point from
from light to dark (moving
light to dark (moving from top
Edge Flat
from left to right)
to bottom) Edge detection
Detection area
B
B
Detection direction
- Horizontal transition point
from light to dark (moving
from right to left)
Detection area
A
B
Detection direction
Light
↑
Brightness
level
↓
Dark
width width
Difference
in level
A
- Vertical transition point from
light to dark (moving from
bottom to top)
Edge detection
point
A
B
Detection
direction
A
A
Detection
direction
point
Edge detection point
Light
↑
Brightness
level
↓
Dark
Direction
B
Edge Flat
width width
Difference
in level
A
Direction
B
- Center (dark), horizontal (left and right)
Edge detection point
Detection area
- Edge detection of the inside and outside edges of a two circles
G
A: Moving right horizontally
from light to dark
B: Moving right horizontally
from dark to light
C: Moving left horizontally
from dark to light
D: Moving left horizontally
from light to dark
Internal diameter (between B and C)
External diameter (between A and D)
Detection area
Edge emphasis
See "Space filter."
Edge extraction
See "Space filter."
Expansion
See "Expansion and contraction to eliminate binary noise in the image."
Expansion and contraction to eliminate binary noise in the image
When an image is converted to black and white, a number of unwanted dots may appear in the
image. These noises can be eliminated during the preliminary processing. Dot control processing of
binary values is used to eliminate this problem, as described below.
Expansion
If a white area contains a single, isolated black point, the system will interrupt the black point to
white.
Contraction
If a black area contains a single, isolated white point, the system will convert the white point to
black.
G-4
Glossary
contraction
e isolated black points by expansion and then restore the original image size by
Expansion
Contraction
Expansion
Delete
contraction.
Binary
conversion
-
Expansion
Contraction
Binary
conversion
Contraction
expansion
Delete isolated white points by contraction and then restore the original image size by expansion.
[F]
Fillet height
(vertical)
Fillet width (shading width)
Size of a hollow rectangle which closely matches to the target object in a binary image (white part).
Horizontal direction: Length of a side parallel to the X axis. Vertical direction: Length of a side
parallel to the Y axis.
G
Fillet width (horizontal)
Flat width
See "Edge detection."
Full pixel reading (progressive scan)
A system which reads all of pixels of image information from the CCD element one after another is
referred to as "full pixel reading system." This system provides the same high resolution for moving
objects as it does for static objects.
On the other hand, conventional CCDs using the NTSC scanning technique must read an object two
times. First the odd lines are read and then the even lines. Therefore, NTSC system produces blurry
images of moving objects. In order to solve this problem, the NTSC system can read only the odd
lines. The disadvantage is that only half the resolution is available.
Conventional NTSC system
Odd line
Even line
Full pixel reading system
CCD
Odd line
Even line
Full lines
Image signal
G-5
Glossary
[G]
Gray scale check using the normalization correlation method
Even when the IV-C35M is looking at the same object as the object used for the reference image,
the new target image and the previously stored reference image may not match completely, due to
variations in the illumination conditions and the ambient light.
In order to check the resemblance between the two sets of image data, the normalization correlation
method can be used.
In order to check whether or not the levels match using the normalization correlation method, the
system slides the reference image one pixel at a time in the measurement objective range (measurement window), and calculates correlation value between the reference image and the target
image. The position where the maximum correlation value can be obtained is treated as the position
where the target image might exist, and the IV-C35M calculates resemblance level at this position.
The normalization correlation method also can be applied to binary images. However, gray scale
images (images with shades of light) contain large volumes of information, compared with binary
images (images with 256 levels of gray have 256 times the volume of information than in binary
images). Therefore, gray-scale images offer more precision and more reliable results.
However, the larger the information volume, the larger the number of calculations that must be
made for correlation values. This means that high speed processing hardware and software are
required to use the normalization correlation method on the gray scale images.
Gray scale processing (gray image processing)
This is a process used to handle the unmodified captured image data, obtained from the CCD
camera. In other words, the image data is not converted to binary values.
- This process produces more precise results than binary image processing (one pixel = one bit) by
using 8 bits (one pixel = 256 gray levels) to represent each pixel in a gray scale image.
[Advantage]
Theoretically, better precision and reliability can be offered because the
image more information about the brightness of each pixel in the image.
[Disadvantage]
More processing time is required because this approach must handle a large
amount of data.
G
Gray scale search (corrected gray scale search)
The "gray scale search" function is a system for detecting a point where the input image and the
reference image match, after calculating the matching levels in the input image and the reference
image.
[Procedures]
Store the reference image as a gray scale image with 256 levels of gray.
Capture the workpiece image to be measured.
Move the captured image of the object so that the upper left corner of the captured image is right
on top of the upper left edge of the reference image. Calculates the level of matching between
the two images, based on the stored gray scale image data.
Slide the reference image over one pixel width and then measure the level of matching at that
position.
Repeat step
above for the whole workpiece image until a good match is found.
(Output)
Maximum matching level value
The center coordinates where the highest
level of matching is obtained
(Application)
Shape inspection
Positional deviation measurement
Reference image
Detected image
Search range in the image
G-6
Glossary
[H]
Halogen lamp
Light source with halogen gas in the bulb. When a halogen lamp is lit, the halogen gas and vaporized tungsten combine. When the filament is heated, these combined particles reattach to the
tungsten, in stead of being deposited on the glass bulb, so that the original brightness of the lamp is
maintained throughout its life span.
High frequency lighting
If a fluorescent lamp is powered by commercial electricity, it will flicker at 50 Hz or 60 Hz. Since the
CCD scans images at 60 Hz, the brightness of the image may fluctuate due to the flickering of the
fluorescent lamp.
By increasing frequency used to power the fluorescent lamp (employing a high frequency light), this
type interference is eliminated and a stable image can be obtained.
Histogram widening
This is a method to widen the histogram for an image in which the histogram only occupies part of
the available scale, thus improving the contrast. For example, in figure 1, the gray level values are
concentrated in the [a, b] part of the range, and the [0, a] and [b, Zm] parts of the range are not used
(the histogram is not expanded to use all of the gray scale values). This image has low contrast,
since the image does not use the full dynamic range efficiently. Expand the histogram to cover the
entire range of gray scale values, as shown in figure 2. The contrast will be improved.
0
a
b
Gray level
Zm
1 Low contrast image
0
Zm
Gray level
2 Good contrast image
Hue
Color tone, or the property by which the sense of vision can distinguish between objects such as
red, blue, or green.
[I]
Illumination monitor alarm density setting
The "illumination (light level) monitor" is a function which automatically monitors the environmental
lighting conditions when measuring objects.
If the illuminance exceeds the alarm density setting, the IV-C35M will display an alarm message.
Interline transfer system
The interline transfer system is a system for transferring electrical charges from the CCD receiving
elements to the readout matrix.
The frame transfer system is a system for transferring electrical charge which uses the photo sensitive area to read out the charges. This system is subject to smearing noise since the area is used for
both receiving and transferring the image.
Island
An "island" is a separate area which is created after labeling (object identification) process of the
binary image.
G-7
G
Glossary
[M]
Main axis angle
The acute angle between the longitudinal and horizontal axes of a shape in the image after the
measurement object is converted to binary. This angle cannot be measured for nearly circular or
square-shaped objects.
+30
-30
Mask window
The image being examined may contain an area that does not need to be processed. To eliminate
such an area, a mask window is used.
Measurement window
Object to be measured
Mask window
Menu tree
The tree structure menu lets you find the setting parameter you need easily. Using the short cut
function, you can move directly to a desired menu.
G
OBJECT TYPE COND
+ TYPE00
TYPE RUN COND
IMAGE-ADJ
MEA-CND(CAMERA1)
MEAS0
POSI-CORRECT
+ MEAS01(MEAS-BIN-AREA)
MEAS(NEW)
+ MEA-CND(CAMERA2)
FINAL NUM.CALC
FINAL OUTPUT COND
OBJ-TYPE I/O
OBJ-TYPE SYS.
TYPE(NEW)
Mid gray level emphasis
Emphasize the mid gray level. This improves contrast while remaining the background image.
Input image density (G) becomes output image density with the following formulas.
Input image density
0 to 127
128 to 255
Output image density
(G 127)2x127
((G -128) 127x127)+127
G-8
Glossary
[N]
Normalization correlation
To determine whether the levels between the reference image and the input image match, the IVC35M uses an information processing method called "normalization correlation." This is a method
used to calculate relationship between two groups of data.
- Factors determining the correlation value If the densities of the two images have the same
tendency (positive correlation), the two images are said to resemble each other. If the densities of
the two images have opposite tendencies (negative correlation), the two images are said not to
resemble each other. Therefore, areas of the reference image and the input image which
resemble each other (the areas of both images are brighter, or darker) are positive, and areas
which do not (the areas of one is brighter and the other is darker) are negative.
- Correlation formula = { A ‚ B x C } x 10000
A = NΣ(I x T) — (ΣI) x (ΣT): Correlation between input image and reference image
B = NΣ(I x I) — (ΣI) x (ΣI): Correlation between input images
C = NΣ(T x T) — (ΣT) x (ΣT): Correlation between reference images
(N: Area of reference image, T: Density of reference image, I: Density of input image)
[O]
Object identification and numbering function (labeling)
Object identification and numbering (labeling) is a process for locating separate object and assigning serial numbers (labels) one at a time in a binary image. By this process, multiple objects in the
same binary image can be handled separately or as a group.
Object
identifi1
cation
(in order of
scanning)
3
Binary
conversion
Object identification
(in order of area)
2
3
4
2
Island
G
4
Island
1
[P]
Partial CCD reading
The "partial CCD reading" technique reads only that part of the CCD which contains the object
needed for image processing. This can shorten the data transfer time from the CCD camera to the
image memory.
To read the entire CCD image (480 horizontal lines) takes approximately 33 ms. With the partial
reading technique (e. g.: 120 horizontal lines) can take only 25 % of the time to read the entire
image.
The IV-C35M can automatically determine the width of the partial image window. You can change
back and forth between reading the whole image and a partial image.
120
480
Whole image reading Partial image reading
512
512
G-9
Glossary
Pixel
On the CCD, the electrically charged elements are in close proximity, arranged in a matrix (480 lines
in vertical direction, 512 rows in horizontal direction). One element is equivalent to one pixel.
Progressive scan
See "Full pixel reading."
[R]
Random shutter function
This function allows the CCD camera shutter operation to be triggered when even an object to be
measured reaches a specified position in the camera's field of view.
In order to make a partial reading of the CCD image at high speed, the IV-C35M is equipped with
the detection function described above with the works just like a proximity sensor to trigger the CCD.
A proximity sensor can also be connected to the system.
Resolution
The CCD in the IV-C35M contains 512 pixels horizontally and 480 pixels vertically. If it takes a full
picture, the resolution will be X/512 and Y/480.
[S]
Saturation (chroma)
Indicates color vividness level.
Search area
A portion of the target image to be compared with the reference image, using the gray scale search
function.
G
Search pixel
The relationship between detection precision and search speed, and also between pixel contraction
(reduce the number of pixels in the image that must be searched) and search speed, is shown
below:
- DETECTION PRECISION: High speed + [STANDARD-HIGH] _ Low speed
- PIXEL CONTRACTION: High speed + [3 - 2 - 1] _ Low speed
Search speed
Setting window boundaries (enable/disable)
This function enables and disables the labeling (object identification) of binary images located that
cross over the window frame boundary.
2
1
Window
Labeling
(Enable
Binary
window
conversion
boundaries)
Labeling
(Disable window
boundary)
1
2
3
4
Images 1 and 3 cross over the
window frame edges and are
measured together with the
areas outside the window frame
edges.
Condition: Labeling (in order they are scanned)
G-10
Glossary
Shading correction
The process used to remove uneven gray areas (light level) from an image is called a shading
correction. The figures below illustrate the principle of the shading correction. The new image has
the areas of uneven brightness subtracted from it to produce a corrected image.
÷
New image
=
Uneven areas of brightness
Corrected image
Smoothing
See "Space filter."
Space filter
Space filter includes various image manipulation processes that create more readable images by
removing noise and distortion in the image data. And, by extracting or emphasizing certain image
features, it is easier to evaluate or identify target objects by converting the images into standard
patterns. In the IV-C35M, you can select a "smoothing (average, center)," "edge emphasis," "edge
extraction," "horizontal edge," and "vertical edge."
Item
Contents
- Display smooth images with
decreased noise.
- Used to eliminated surface flaws
and unevenness in the reflected
light caused by protrusions or
- Specify the average pixel gray level from the
dents.
surrounding 3 x 3 area.
- This type of smoothing (averaging)
- Since noise elements are included in the
is faster than the median
average, the noise will affect the output.
smoothing.
- Display images with sharp boundaries between brighter and darker areas.
- Used to stabilize and create a binary outline around unclear objects.
- Display images after extracting and clarifying
the boundaries between the brighter and
darker areas.
- Used to measure objects with low
- Horizontal edge extraction: Display only the
contrast.
horizontal boundaries of an object.
- Vertical edge extraction: Display only the
vertical boundaries of an object.
- Specify the median pixel gray level from the
Smoothing surrounding 3 x 3 area.
(center) - Since noise elements are difficult to select,
they will not affect the output.
Smoothing
(average)
Edge
emphasis
Edge
extraction
Horizontal
edge
Vertical
edge
G-11
G
Glossary
Sub pixel, pixel
Refers to the pixel precision level to be used with the gray scale search function.
-A "pixel" is one picture element (DTECT PRECISION: STANDARD (detection precision: standard)
in case of the IV-C35M). "Sub pixel" refers to a unit smaller than a single pixel (DTECT PRECISION: HIGH (detection precision: high) for 1/10 pixel in case of the IV-C35M).
(High precision)
Search coordinates use a
sub pixel level of precision
0
(Standard)
Search coordinates use
a pixel level of precision
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Degree of match
Reference image
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Degree of match
[T]
G
Threshold value
The criteria used for binary conversion of a gray scale image. If an area of the image is lighter than
this threshold value, it is converted to 1. If an area of the image is darker than the threshold value, it
is converted to 0.
Threshold value setting
The IV-S30 treats the "areas darker than the lower limit value" or "brighter than the upper limit
value" as "black." It treats that the areas between the upper limit value and lower limit value as
"white." However, if the white-black reverse function is enabled, conversion to white/black will be
reversed. Normally, if you want to use only one threshold value for binary conversion, set the upper
limit value to "255." Then you only need to adjust the lower limit value to a threshold value that
works for our application.
Threshold value B
Binary conversion
(Upper limit = 255, lower limit = A)
Threshold value A
(Captured image)
Binary conversion
(upper limit = A,
lower limit = B)
(Threshold value)
255
White
Lower
limit A
B
Binary conversion
(Upper limit = 255, lower limit = A)
(Threshold value)
255
Black
Upper
limit A
White
Lower
limit B
Black
0
G-12
Black
0
(Threshold value)
255
A
White
Lower
limit B
0
Black
Glossary
(Example for adjustment)
An example of adjustment is shown below, using a white object on a black background. When the
dotted line in the window is converted to a binary image, if the lower limit is set higher, the black part
in the binary image will become larger. If the lower limit is set lower, the white part will become larger.
Increase and decrease the lower limit value, find the value at which the white part in the binary image
starts growing and the value at which the black part starts growing. Then set the lower limit at the
value halfway between these points. This will ensure reliable operation.
Black
Inspection image
The size of the white area changes
depending on the threshold value setting.
As the value increases,
the black part grows larger.
255
Lower limit threshold
White
0
Stable range *
White
As the value decreases,
the white part grows larger.
Horizontal coordinate
of the dotted line
Changing the lower limit threshold value
* If the stable range in the lower limit threshold
value is less than 20, (actual measurement)
measurement errors may occur.
[W]
Window
The IV-S30 captures images using CCDs, which are the light sensitive elements in the camera. The
IV-S30 may capture more than one target image to be measured for image processing, and it may
capture images not required for measurement. In these cases, a window is used to pick out just the
desired target for measurement. The area inside the window will contain the object to be measured
and the areas outside the window will be ignored.
Window
Object to be measured
Objects outside the designated
measurement area
Wizard
The "Wizard" is a program that helps users make settings for measurement operations easily and
without making mistakes. The controller asks you a series of questions at each step and you simply
answer these to complete the settings.
The wizard is convenient for making settings when beginners and inexperienced operators are
operating the machine. However, operators who are familiar with the operation may save a lot of
time by using other setting methods.
STEP1
SELECT THE MEASUREMENT
START INPUT I/F
1PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB ■
2TRIG CCD START
□
STEP2
SELECT AN IMAGE CAPTURING
METHOD DURING OPERATION
1PARTIAL-IMG
■
2ALL IMAGE
□
3NO CAPTURED
□
・・・
STEP7
STORE THIS SETTING AS A
SAMPLE IN THE WIZARD?
1NO
□
2YES
■
RETURN END
NEXT DETAIL
ENTER A SHUTTER SPEED
(1/30∼1/10000)
1SHUTTER SPEED 1/00060
RETURN NEXT
G-13
G
Glossary
[γ]
γ negative correction
Used when the mid gray level is too high.
Output image gray level
255
Input image gray level
255
γ positive correction
Used when the mid gray level is too low.
Output image gray level
255
Input image gray level
255
G
G-14
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix 1: Commercially available peripheral devices
Described below for your reference are peripheral devices needed to build a system
around the IV-C35M. (Items handled by SHARP are listed on the next page.)
(1) Lighting equipment
Supplier
Address
3-1-14, Jingumae, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo, 150Moritex Corporation
0001
1-17-1, Toranomon, Minato Ku, Tokyo, 105Nippoin-PI
000
6-1, 3 Chome, Kamifukuoka, Kamifukuoka
Dentsu Sangyo Co., Ltd
City, Saitama, 356-0004
Hayashi Watch-Works Co., 1-28-3, Kita Otshuka, Toshima Ku, Tokyo,
Ltd., Special Item Department 170-000
(2) Lens (mirror barrel)
Supplier
Address
3-1-14, Jingumae, Shibuya Ku, Tokyo, 150Moritex Corporation
0001
12-17, 4 Chome, Yayoi Cho, Nakano Ku,
Seiwa Optical Mfg. Co., Ltd.
Tokyo, 164-0013
Asahi Precision Co., Ltd., 1-21, 1 Chome, Shirako, Wako City, Saitama
Optical machine Department 351-0101
2-15-13, Tsukishima, Chuo ku, Tokyo,104CBC Co., Ltd.
0052
Tamuron Co., Ltd., Special 1385, Hasunuma, Ohmiya City, Saitama, 330Item Sales Department
0015
Canon Sales Co., Ltd., Optical 2-13-29, Minato Minami, Minato Ku, Tokyo,
Lens Sales Department
108-0072
Phone
03-3401-9711
03-3504-3321
0492-64-1391
03-3918-5237
Phone
03-3401-9711
03-3383-6301
048-466-8801
03-3536-4766
048-684-9129
03-3740-3388
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(3) Optical filter
Supplier
Address
Sakai Glass Engineering Co.,
2-3-6, Sengoku, Koto Ku, Tokyo ,135-0015
Ltd., Optic Department
A-1
Phone
03-3647-6031
Appendix
Ë Table of standard items related to the IV-C35M handled by SHARP
A
SHARP's
article Nbr.
IV-1A0101
IV-1A0102
IV-1A0103
IV-1A0104
IV-1A0105
IV-1A0106
IV-1A0107
IV-1A0201
IV-1A0301
IV-1A0302
IV-1A1101
IV-1A1102
IV-1A1103
IV-1A1301
IV-1A1302
IV-2A0101
IV-2A0102
IV-2A0103
IV-2A0201
IV-2A0202
IV-2A0203
IV-2A0204
IV-2A0301
IV-2A0302
IV-2A0401
ML-0614
ML-0813
ML-1214
ML-2514
ML-3514
ML-5018
ML-7527
ML-EXR
MML1-65D
MML2-65D
ML17-07516
ML17-1520
ML17-2431
ML1-65D-CM1
ML2-65D-CM1
MHF-H50LR
MHF-D100LR
MHF-150L
LM-50
LM-100
LM-150
LM-150C
MRG31-1500S
MRG48-1500S
MSG4-1100S
IV-2A0701
MPP60-1500S
IV-2A0901
KA-03
Moritex's article Nr.
Item name
CCTV lens
CCTV lens
CCTV lens
CCTV lens
CCTV lens
CCTV lens
CCTV lens
Close up ring
Telecentric lens
Telecentric lens
CCTV lens
CCTV lens
CCTV lens
Telecentric lens
Telecentric lens
Halogen light source
Halogen light source
Halogen light source
Halogen lamp
Halogen lamp
Halogen lamp
Halogen lamp
Ring light guide
Ring light guide
Straight light guide
Surface illuminating
light guide
Crystal adapter
The items listed above are all Moritex products.
A-2
Specifications
C mount
f = 6 mm
C mount
f = 8 mm
C mount
f = 12 mm
C mount
f = 25 mm
C mount
f = 35 mm
C mount
f = 50 mm
C mount
f = 75 mm
A set of 7 intermediate rings
C mount
1x
C mount
2x
f = 7.5 mm
φ17 mmmount
f = 15 mm
φ17 mm mount
f = 24 mm
φ17 mm mount
1x
φ17 mm mount
2x
φ17 mm mount
50 W
100 W
150 W
12 V, 50 W
12 V, 100 W
12 V, 150 W (high luminous)
12 V, 150 W (long life)
φ 31 x 1500 mm
φ 48 x 1500 mm
φ 4 mm, 1100 mm
60 x 60 mm, 1500 mm
Needed when the IV-2A0701 is
used with an IV-2A0102
Appendix
Appendix 2: Working samples
Cut out the following working samples and try to measure them.
Working sample for color evaluation (color extraction)
Working sample for fault inspection (color filter)
A
Working sample for positional deviation measurement
A-3
Alphabetical Index
[1,2]
1-point search ..................................................................................................................................... 1-9
2-point search ..................................................................................................................................... 1-9
[A]
ALL-INIT (initialize all) ...................................................................................................................... 6-15
Area filter ........................................................................................................................................... G-1
Area measurement by binary conversion ......................................................................................... 1-14
Arrangement of the square pixels ...................................................................................................... G-1
Artifact processing ............................................................................................................................. G-1
[B]
Backlighting ........................................................................................................................................ 5-1
Basic system configuration ................................................................................................................. 3-1
BGA/CSP inspection ........................................................................................................................ 1-11
Binary image ...................................................................................................................................... G-1
Binary processing .............................................................................................................................. G-2
Boundary processing ......................................................................................................................... G-2
[C]
C mount ............................................................................................................................................. G-2
Camera (IV-C30C5/S30C3) .............................................................................................................. 5-16
Camera (IV-S30C4) .......................................................................................................................... 5-20
Camera angle bracket ............................................................................................................. 5-17, 5-23
Camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5) ................................................................................................. 4-4, 8-5
Camera installation distance ................................................................................................ 5-2, 5-4 to 6
Camera lens (IV-S20L16) ............................................................................................................ 4-4, 8-5
Camera specifications ........................................................................................................................ 8-4
Camera ............................................................................................................................... 4-2, 5-16, 8-4
CCD (charge capture device) ............................................................................................................ G-2
CCD trigger ................................................................................................................................. 3-4, G-2
Center of gravity ................................................................................................................................ G-2
CHG-TYPE ......................................................................................................................................... 6-4
Color camera (IV-C30C5) ................................................................................................................... 4-2
Color evaluation .................................................................................................................................. 7-1
Color extraction mode ........................................................................................................................ 1-6
Color extraction .................................................................................................................................. 1-5
Color filter mode ................................................................................................................................. 1-8
Color filter ........................................................................................................................................... 1-5
Commercially available peripheral devices ........................................................................................ A-1
Common for both color extraction and color filter modes ................................................................. 1-14
Computer link ........................................................................................................................... 5-15, G-2
Connecting a PLC (computer link) .................................................................................................... 5-15
Connecting a power supply .............................................................................................................. 5-11
Connecting equipment ........................................................................................................................ 5-8
Connecting to the input/output terminals (parallel I/F) ...................................................................... 5-12
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Connection and Installation Methods ................................................................................................. 5-1
Connection for communications with personal computer (general purpose serial I/F) ..................... 5-13
Contraction ........................................................................................................................................ G-4
Controller (IV-C35M) ................................................................................................................... 4-1, 8-1
Controller installation space ............................................................................................................... 5-9
Corrected gray scale search .............................................................................................................. G-6
[D]
Data saving ......................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Degree of match inspection .............................................................................................................. 1-10
Description of the operation screen .................................................................................................... 6-2
Distance and angle measurement .................................................................................................... 1-15
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[E]
Edge detection ................................................................................................................................... G-4
Edge emphasis .................................................................................................................................. G-4
Edge extraction .................................................................................................................................. G-4
Editing operation screen ................................................................................................................... 6-14
Eliminating binary noise ..................................................................................................................... G-4
Environment settings ........................................................................................................................ 6-16
Expansion .......................................................................................................................................... G-4
-Controller (IV-C35M) ....................................................................................................................... 5-10
C4 camera body .............................................................................................................................. 5-23
Camera angle bracket ..................................................................................................................... 5-24
Camera head bracket ...................................................................................................................... 5-22
Camera lens + camera cable ........................................................................................................... 5-18
Main housing angle bracket ............................................................................................................. 5-10
-S30C4 camera head ....................................................................................................................... 5-21
External dimensions
External trigger ................................................................................................................................... 3-3
[F]
Fault inspection ................................................................................................................................ 7-13
Features ............................................................................................................................................. 1-1
Fillet width G-5
Flat width ........................................................................................................................................... G-5
Focal length .............................................................................................................................. 5-3 to 5-6
Freeze image ...................................................................................................................................... 6-2
Full pixel reading G-5
[G]
Gray scale check using the normalization correlation method .......................................................... G-6
Gray scale processing (gray image processing) ............................................................................... G-6
Gray scale search (corrected gray scale search) .............................................................................. G-6
[H]
Halogen lamp .................................................................................................................................... G-7
High frequency lighting ...................................................................................................................... G-7
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High-speed camera (IV-S30C3) ......................................................................................................... 4-2
Histogram widening ........................................................................................................................... G-7
Horizontal edge ............................................................................................................................... G-11
I/O port .............................................................................................................................................. 5-12
[I]
Illumination monitor alarm density setting ......................................................................................... G-7
Initialization ....................................................................................................................................... 6-15
INIT-RAM (Initialize RAM) ................................................................................................................ 6-15
Input terminal (INPUT) X0 to X7 ....................................................................................................... 5-12
Input/output terminals of controller ................................................................................................... 5-12
Installation conditions ......................................................................................................................... 5-1
Installation method
-Camera (IV-C30C5/S30C3) ............................................................................................................ 5-16
Camera (IV-S30C4) ......................................................................................................................... 5-20
Camera body ................................................................................................................................... 5-17
-Camera head ................................................................................................................................... 5-22
InstallationM-Controller (IV-C35M) ..................................................................................................... 5-8
Installation of a memory card ........................................................................................................... 6-17
Installation .......................................................................................................................................... 5-9
Interline transfer system .................................................................................................................... G-7
Island ................................................................................................................................................. G-7
IV-09MT .............................................................................................................................................. 8-7
IV-60LD .............................................................................................................................................. 8-8
IV-S20L16 .................................................................................................................................... 4-4, 8-5
IV-S30C2 ............................................................................................................................ 4-2, 5-16, 8-4
IV-S30C4 ............................................................................................................................ 4-3, 5-20, 8-4
[L]
LCD monitors (IV-10MT/10MTV/10MTK) ........................................................................................... 8-6
Lead inspection ................................................................................................................................ 1-11
LED lighting equipment (IV-60LD) ...................................................................................................... 8-8
Lens ............................................................................................................................................. 5-2, A-1
Lightning equipment .................................................................................................................... 5-1, A-1
[M]
Main axis angle .................................................................................................................................. G-8
Mask window ..................................................................................................................................... G-8
Measurement program ....................................................................................................................... 1-5
Memory card ..................................................................................................................................... 6-17
Menu tree ................................................................................................................................. 6-11, G-8
Method for displaying the operation chart .......................................................................................... 6-8
Micro camera (IV-S30C2) ................................................................................................................... 4-2
Micro, high-speed camera (IV-S30C4) ............................................................................................... 4-3
Mid gray level emphasis .................................................................................................................... G-8
Monochrome monitor (IV-09MT) ........................................................................................................ 8-7
Multiple degree of match inspection ................................................................................................. 1-13
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Multiple position measurement ......................................................................................................... 1-12
[N]
Normalization correlation ................................................................................................................... G-9
[O]
Object counting by binary conversion ............................................................................................... 1-14
Object identification (labeling) by binary conversion ........................................................................ 1-14
Object identification and numbering function (labeling) ..................................................................... G-9
Operation chart ................................................................................................................................... 6-8
Operation chart, editing ...................................................................................................................... 6-9
Operation screen ....................................................................................................................... 6-2, 6-14
Optical filter ......................................................................................................................................... A-1
Optimum lens and resolution .............................................................................................................. 5-2
Option ............................................................................................................................................... 6-15
Other operations in the "Set wizard" program .................................................................................... 6-6
Output terminal (OUTPUT) ............................................................................................................... 5-12
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[P]
Part Names and Functions ................................................................................................................. 4-1
Partial CCD reading ........................................................................................................................... G-9
Peripheral devices available on the market ........................................................................................ A-1
Photo sensor ...................................................................................................................................... 3-3
Pixel ................................................................................................................................................. G-10
Point measurements ......................................................................................................................... 1-10
Positional deviation measurement ............................................................................................. 1-9, 7-23
Power supply to controller ................................................................................................................ 5-11
Precautions for Use ............................................................................................................................ 2-1
Product line ......................................................................................................................................... 3-2
Programmable controller ............................................................................................................. 3-4, 3-6
Progressive scan ............................................................................................................................. G-10
[R]
Random shutter function ................................................................................................................. G-10
Reflective lighting ............................................................................................................................... 5-1
Relationship between the set wizard program, the operation chart, and the menu tree .................. 6-13
Remote keypad (IV-S30RK1) ............................................................................................................. 4-5
Remote keypad .................................................................................................................................. 4-5
Resolution ......................................................................................................................... 5-2 to 5-6, G-9
RS-232C port .................................................................................................................................... 5-13
RS-422 port ...................................................................................................................................... 5-13
[S]
SAVE .................................................................................................................................................. 6-7
Search area ..................................................................................................................................... G-10
Search pixel ..................................................................................................................................... G-10
Self-diagnosis ................................................................................................................................... 6-15
Setting and Operating Outlines .......................................................................................................... 6-1
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Setting and operating procedures ...................................................................................................... 6-1
Setting Examples Using the Setting Wizard ........................................................................... 7-1 to 7-33
Setting window boundaries (enable/disable) ................................................................................... G-10
Shading correction ........................................................................................................................... G-11
Smoothing ....................................................................................................................................... G-11
Space around the controller ............................................................................................................... 5-9
Space filter ....................................................................................................................................... G-11
Specifications ..................................................................................................................................... 8-1
Standard wizard , starting ................................................................................................................... 6-5
Standard wizard .................................................................................................................................. 6-5
Storage method ................................................................................................................................ 6-18
Sub pixel, pixel ................................................................................................................................ G-12
Support tools ...................................................................................................................................... 8-6
System configuration examples ............................................................................................ 3-3, 3-4, 3-6
System configuration ................................................................................................................ 3-1 to 3-7
[T]
Threshold value setting ................................................................................................................... G-12
Threshold value ............................................................................................................................... G-12
Through image ................................................................................................................................... 6-2
Triggered by a personal computer ...................................................................................................... 3-6
Triggered by an external trigger ......................................................................................................... 3-3
Triggered by the internal CCD sensor ................................................................................................ 3-4
[V, W]
Vertical edge .................................................................................................................................... G-11
Window ............................................................................................................................................ G-13
Wiring method ........................................................................................................................... 5-8 to 15
Wizard ...................................................................................................................................... 6-5, G-12
Wizard ............................................................................................................................................. G-13
Working samples ................................................................................................................................ A-3
[γ]
γ negative correction ...................................................................................................................... G-14
γ positive correction ....................................................................................................................... G-14
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