Digital Video Camera
XCG
BLACK-and-WHITE VIDEO CAMERA MODULE
XC-HR70
1/3 Type
Progressive
Output
Scan
HD VD
1/30 Sec
External Sync
1N: Non-interlace
CCD
Square
Pixels
C
VS
Lens Mount
Output
Normal
Restart Long
Reset Exposure Shutter
XGA Partial
Output
Mode 1
Mode 2
(Non-Reset Mode)
(Non-Reset Mode)
External
Trigger Shutter
External
Trigger Shutter
Scan
XCL
XCD
Non-TV
Camera body of all XC-HR models
12
29
(4.9)
Features
Accessories
5.1
8
30
15*1
23.7*1
20
• XGA resolution (1,024 × 768 pixels) image capturing at a speed
of 30 fps.
• 1/3-type progressive scanning CCD with square pixels
Effective picture element: XGA size 1,034 (H) × 779 (V)
■ External trigger shutter 1/4 sec to 1/100,000 sec
■ Electronic Shutter 1/100 sec to 1/20,000 sec
■ Synchronization Internal/External (HD/VD)
■ C mount system
■ High shock and vibration tolerant
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■ High resolution image capturing
4-M2 depth 3
3-M3 depth 3
■ Partial scanning(at restart/reset ON, Binning OFF)
Up to 120 fps (Effective line: 152 lines)
16*2
22*2
42
*1: for 3-M3 screw
*2: for 4-M2 screw
Unit: mm
Spectral Sensitivity Characteristics
• XC-HR70
(Typical Values)
FCB
Relative sensitivity
Accessories
■ Compact camera adaptor
• DC-700/700CE
1.0
0.8
■ 12-pin camera cable (CE standard)
EVI
Color PTZ Camera Color Camera Module
14.5
2-M2 depth 3
ø27.6 p0.15
ø27.3 p0.15
The XC-HR70 is an ultra-compact monochrome camera
module ideal for high-resolution image capturing applications.
A 1/3 type progressive scan CCD incorporated in the
XC-HR70 allows the output of XGA resolution (1024 × 768)
images at a rate of 30 frames/sec. In addition, the XC-HR70
has a "high rate scanning" function to enable the output of
up to 120 frames/sec. for high-speed image capturing. The
compact and light-weight body of the XC-HR70 makes it
easy to install in space-restricted areas. With high-speed
capturing capability offered in a compact body, the XC-HR70
is the ideal camera module for demanding applications such
as the inspection of semiconductor production lines and
high-speed assembly lines.
Dimensions
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XCI
XC (Non-TV Format)
Outline
12
XC (TV Format)
Analog Video Camera
Intelligent
Connection Diagram P68
• CCXC-12P02N
• CCXC-12P05N
• CCXC-12P10N
• CCXC-12P25N
(2 m)
(5 m)
(10 m)
(25 m)
0.6
0.4
■ Tripod adaptor
• VCT-333I
0.2
0
400
500
600
700
800
900
Wavelength (nm)
(Lens characteristics and light source characteristics excluded.)
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XC-HR70
1000
Location and Function of Parts and Controls
Note
Be sure that the lens does not project more than 10 mm from the
lens mount.
10 mm or less
XCD
2 Guide screw holes
(at the top)
Attach any C-mount lens, suitable for XGA-compatible resolution or
other optical equipment.
Lens mount shoulder
XCL
2 Guide screw holes (at the top)
Digital Video Camera
1 Lens mount (C-mount)
XCG
1 Lens mount (C-mount)
These screw holes help to lock the camera module.
3 Tripod screw holes (at the bottom)
XCI
4 Reference screw holes
(at the bottom)
These four screw holes on the bottom are for installing the
camera module on a tripod. To install on a tripod, you will need to
install the VCT-333I tripod adaptor using these holes on the bottom
of the camera.
4 Reference screw holes (at the bottom)
Intelligent
3 Tripod screw holes
(at the bottom)
These precision screw holes are for locking the camera module.
Locking the camera module using these holes secures the optical
axis alignment.
XC-HR70
Partial scanning
Color PTZ Camera
EVI
Power requirements
Power consumption
Dimensions
Mass
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Performance guarantee temperature
Operating humidity
Storage humidity
Vibration resistance
Shock resistance
MTBF
Regulatory compliance
Supplied accessories
Color Camera Module
FCB
External trigger
Accessories
External trigger shutter speed (sec)
1/3-type progressive scan IT CCD
1,034 × 779
1,024 × 768
XGA size : 1,024 × 768
4.65 μ m × 4.65 μ m
C mount
Internal/External (auto)
HD/VD (HD/VD level: 2 V to 5 Vp-p, 75 Ω)
±1% (in horizontal synchronous frequency)
Less than 20 ns
Non-interlace Progressive scan
Binning: 2-line combined output 29.2 fps/ Normal: 1-line sequential output 58.4 fps
1.0 Vp-p, sync negative, 75 Ω, unbalanced
23.23 kHz ±1%
29.2 Hz (normal mode), 58.4 Hz (binning mode)
800 TV lines
400 lx F5.6 (γ=OFF, FIX GAIN (0 dB))
1 lx (F1.8, γ=OFF, GAIN 18 dB)
56 dB (0 dB GAIN)
Manual (0 dB to 18 dB)/Fix (0 dB) (adjustable on the rear panel)
OFF (fixed)
820 mV ±70 mV (F1.8, FIX GAIN (0 dB))
Normal shutter, Restart/Reset, External trigger shutter (Mode 1/Mode 2)
1/100, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1,000, 1/2,000, 1/4,000, 1/10,000, 1/20,000
DIP switch settings: 1/100, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1,000, 1/2,000, 1/4,000, 1/10,000, 1/25,000, 1/50,000, 1/100,000
Trigger pulse width settings: 1/4 to 1/100,000
Polarity: +, Width: 2 μ s to 250 ms, Input impedance: 10 kΩ or more (H: 2 V to 5.0 V, L: 0 V to 0.6 V)
R/R mode Binning off: max 120 fps (effective line: 152 lines)
Binning on: max 180 fps (effective line: 89 lines)
External trigger shutter mode (MODE 1) Binning off: max 120 fps (effective line: 153 lines)
Binning on: max 180 fps (effective line: 90 lines)
DC 12 V (10.5 V to 15.0 V)
2.0 W
29 (W) × 29 (H) × 30 (D) mm (not including projecting parts)
50 g
−5˚C to +45˚C
−30˚C to +60˚C
0˚C to 40˚C
20% to 80%
20% to 95%
10 G (20 Hz to 200 Hz 20 minutes for each direction–x, y, z)
70 G
88,044 hours (Approx. 10.1 years)
UL6500, FCC/ICES-003 : Class A, CE : EN61326, AS/NZ : EN61326
Lens mount cap (1), Operating instructions (1)
XC (TV Format)
Image device
Effective picture elements (H) × (V)
Effective lines (H) × (V)
Image size (H) × (V)
Unit cell size (H) × (V)
Lens mount
Sync system
External sync signal input/output*1
External sync allowable frequency
Jitter
Scanning system
Output signal frequency
Video output
CCD vertical drive frequency
CCD horizontal drive frequency
Horizontal resolution
Sensitivity
Minimum illumination
S/N ratio
Gain
Gamma
White clip
Shutter
Normal shutter speed (sec)
Analog Video Camera
XC (Non-TV Format)
Specifications
The values for mass and dimension are approximate.
Automatic switching in response to the presence of an input signal when the switch on the rear panel is set to EXT.
*1
XC-HR70
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4 M Gain (Manual Gain) control knob
Digital Video Camera
XCG
Rear Panel
If you have selected MANUAL (manual adjustment) with DIP switch
4, this knob adjusts the gain.
1
5 75Ω termination switch
XCD
Turn this to OFF when not terminating the external sync signal
(factory setting: ON).
2
Factory Mode Settings of Rear Panel
XCL
1
3
4
XCI
XC (Non-TV Format)
XC (TV Format)
Analog Video Camera
Intelligent
5
Note
Be sure to turn the power off before making switch settings.
As the variable controller for manual adjustment is a small precise
component, do not apply force more than required when adjusting. Doing
so will break the component. The controller is not a 360-degree rotation
type. Do not turn the controller beyond the stopper of the component. The
range of rotation is about 260 degrees. For the adjustment of the variable
controller, use a flathead screwdriver. The sizes of a recommended flathead
screwdrivers are 1.9 mm width, 0.5 mm thickness and more than 0.45 mm
length.
1 VIDEO OUT/DC IN/SYNC (video output/DC power/sync
input signal) connector (12-pin connector)
FCB
Switch name
Shutter speed and mode setting DIP switches
75 Ω termination switch
M GAIN control knob
HD/VD signal input/output switch
Factory mode setting
All bits are OFF (left).
ON
—*
EXT
* This unit is shipped from the factory with the gain switch (DIP switch 9) being set
to “FIX,” so the M GAIN control knob is not operative unless the switch setting is
changed. When the gain switch (DIP switch 9) is set to MANUAL, you can rotate this
knob to adjust gain over the range 0 dB to 18 dB.
Connector Pin Assignments
Rear panel
2 Partial scan mode switch (bit 5)
The factory setting of this switch is Partial scan OFF. If you turn
this switch ON to use Partial scan mode, you also need to make
the external VD pulse rate and width settings.
This switch selects FIX (fixed) or MANUAL (manual adjustment)
(factory setting: FIX (left side)).
5 Binning mode switch (bit 0)
Pin
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Camera sync output External mode (HD/VD)
Ground
+12 V DC
Video output (Ground)
Video output (Signal)
HD output (Ground)
HD output (Signal)
VD output (Signal)
—
—
—
—
VD output (Ground)
Ground
+12 V DC
Video output (Ground)
Video output (Signal)
HD input (Ground)
HD input (Signal)
VD input (Signal)
—
—
—
—
VD input (Ground)
Restart/Reset
External trigger shutter
Ground
+12 V DC
Video output 1 (Ground)
Video output 1 (Signal)
HD input (Ground)
HD input (Signal)
Reset (Signal)
—
—
—
—
Reset (Ground)
Ground
+12 V DC
Video output (Ground)
Video output (Signal)
HD input (Ground)
HD input (Signal)
VD input (Signal)
—
—
WEN output (Signal)
Trigger pulse input (Signal)
Reset (Ground)*
* Common ground for pins 7, 10, and 11
Switches the video signal output mode between binning OFF and
binning ON (factory setting: OFF).
3 HD/VD signal input/output switch
EVI
4
Set an appropriate shutter speed (factory setting: OFF).
By inputting an external restart/reset signal, you can capture the
information of single screens at arbitrary timing. By inputting an
external trigger signal, you can capture imaging information on
fast-moving objects at a precise moment in time. The factory
settings for these switches are for normal operation
(restart/reset and external trigger shutter OFF).
Accessories
3
2 Shutter speed/Mode setting DIP switch
1 Shutter speed (bits 1 to 4)
4 Gain switch (bit 9)
Color PTZ Camera Color Camera Module
Number
1
2
3
4
Connect a CCXC-12P05N camera cable to this connector to
obtain power from the +12 V DC power supply and also to enable
video signal output from the camera module. When a sync signal
generator is connected to this connector, the camera module is
synchronized with the external sync signals (HD/VD signals).
3 Restart reset/External trigger shutter mode switch (bits 6 to 8)
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2
Set the switch to INT to output HD/VD signals from the camera
module.
Set the switch to EXT to input HD/VD signals from an external unit
(factory setting: EXT).
Note
Even when the switch is set to EXT, the camera module operates in internal
synchronization mode when no external HD signal is input. In this case,
however, the camera module will not output internal sync signals.
XC-HR70
About the Electronic Shutter
There are two shutter types: normal shutter and external trigger
shutter. Select them with the DIP switches on the rear panel.
* The electronic shutter cannot be used in restart/reset mode. Partial scan can be
used in restart/reset mode and in external trigger shutter mode 1.
Normal Shutter
8
8
1
2
3
4
Note
* “Other modes” refers to restart/reset mode and external trigger shutter mode.
An incorrect video signal will be output if you input a new trigger
pulse before the video signal output for the previous trigger pulse
is output completely.
XCD
Other
modes*
1
2
3
4
• Normal shutter speed settings
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1/2000
1/4000
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
• Using the DIP switches on the rear panel
For shutter speeds, see the following table.
Mode 1 (Non-reset mode)/Mode 2 (Reset mode)
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1/100
(Unit: seconds)
Note
Partial scannig
OFF
5
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1/2000
1/4000
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
ON
5
(Partial mode is compatible with
Mode 1 only.)
1/10000
1/25000
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1/100
1/100000
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
(Unit: seconds)
Restart/Reset
To Set Restart/Reset Mode
The information on one screen can be extracted at any time by
externally inputting restart/reset signals (HD/VD). To enter this mode,
set the trigger shutter switches (6 to 8) on the rear panel of the
camera as shown in the figure below.
To use restart/reset mode and Partial scan mode simultaneously, set
the Partial scan mode switch (5) to ON (right side).
Restart reset
R/R
6
7
8
There are two modes for the timing in which video signals are
obtained.
Partial scan
OFF
ON
5
Accessories
High-rate scan mode cannot be used while in external trigger
shutter mode 2.
5
• Mode 1 (Non-reset mode)
* External or internal synchronization is selected automatically depending on the
presence or absence of external HD input.
• Mode 2 (Reset mode)
Long Exposure
The Restart/Reset function extends the CCD accumulation time,
resulting in highly sensitive image capture. This function is effective
when you cannot gain satisfactory sensitivity under normal operating
conditions, or when you want to observe the trail of a moving
object. Extend the VD interval (T) between external VD pulses.
Color PTZ Camera
EVI
In this mode, an internal VD is reset, then a video signal is output
a certain period of time after trigger pulse input.
Example of input timing chart
To Set the External Trigger Shutter
There are two ways to set the shutter speed.
EXT-HD
• Using trigger pulse width
EXT-VD
Set all DIP switches (1 to 4 on the rear panel) to OFF.
You can obtain an arbitrary shutter speed by setting the trigger
pulse width to the range of 2 μ sec to 250 msec.
Exposure time = Trigger pulse width + 5 μ sec
Charge
accumulation
on CCD
Color Camera Module
FCB
In this mode, a video signal synchronized with a VD signal is
output after a trigger pulse is input.
– The video signal is synchronized with the external VD signal
when an external HD*/VD signal is input.
– The video signal is synchronized with an internal VD signal when
no external HD*/VD signal is input.
XC (TV Format)
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
Analog Video Camera
6
7
8
1/1000
1
2
3
4
Inputting an external trigger pulse enables the camera to capture
fast-moving objects clearly with precise timing.
Set DIP switches 6, 7, and 8 on the rear panel to Mode 1 or Mode 2.
When you set the trigger pulse width to 1/3 of a second or more, the
output signal changes to the normal VIDEO signal.
Mode 2
1/500
1/50000
External Trigger Shutter
Mode 1
1/250
XC (Non-TV Format)
1
2
3
4
1/125
XCI
1/20000
Intelligent
1/10000
XCL
1/125
Digital Video Camera
Normal
Shutter
Mode 2
(Reset mode)
XCG
Mode 1
(Non-reset mode)
This mode provides continuous video output with the electronic
shutter selected by switches to capture a high-speed moving
object clearly.
T
VIDEO OUT
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