Instruction Manual - Videology Imaging Solutions, Inc.

IMAGING SOLUTIONS INC.
Original Equipment Manufacturer
User Manual
Video Interface Board
60V002USB-C
Prior to Using This Document: Videology reserves the right to modify the information in this
document as necessary and without notice. It is the user’s responsibility to be certain they possess the
most recent version of this document by going to www.videologyinc.com, searching for the model
number, and comparing revision letters on the respective document, located in the document’s footer.
For technical assistance with this product, please contact the supplier from whom the product was
purchased.
Videology® Imaging Solutions, Inc.
37M Lark Industrial Parkway
Greenville, Rhode Island 02828 USA
Tel: (401) 949 – 5332 Fax: (401) 949 – 5276
North/South American Sales: sales@videologyinc.com
www.videologyinc.com
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Videology® Imaging Solutions, Europe B.V.
Neutronenlaan 4
5405 NH Uden, The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0) 413 256261 Fax: +31 (0) 413 251712
European Sales: info@videology.nl
www.videology.nl
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Table of Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Document History .................................................................................................................... 3
Introduction ............................................................................................................................ 3
Board connectors..................................................................................................................... 3
I2C interface ........................................................................................................................... 6
Contact Information ................................................................................................................. 6
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1. Document History
Revision Issue Date
Rev C
09-16-2014
Rev B
06-21-2011
Rev A
02-10-2011
Rev 1.0
03-01-2010
Reason
Updated cable model number (60C1147), pg5
Corrected board connecters and pin outs
Added VLD-72V0xxx FG USB-C diagrams, put more connector
information, added the power and signal type jumper matrix.
Initial release from Videology Europe b.v.
CN#
14-0087
11-0081
11-0003
2. Introduction
With the USB video interface board from Videology, an analog video signal can be taken in and be
displayed on a PC via a USB2.0 interface. The board can accept either a CVBS signal or a Y/C signal in
either PAL or NTSC format. A camera can be powered from the board's power supply (5V or 3.3 V), or an
external power voltage can be connected to the board, to power a camera on a different voltage or higher
current requirement (>200mA).
Also equipped with the board is a hardware snapshot trigger interface. By connecting the snap shot
interface to ground for a short period a BMP file will be stored in the pc on a destination set in the viewer.
Several board parameters can be set via I2C (in a later release this will be possible via the viewer).
Items
that can
• Contrast
• PAL/NTSC mode
be set
are:
• Color saturation
• CVBS/YC input
• Additional board settings
3. Board connectors
The board is equipped with several interface connectors. In the figure below you can find a simple drawing
together with the connector number.
Figure 1: board connectors
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The connectors have the following Function and pin out:
Connector J1
SNAP Shot Interface
Pin #
Function
1
GND
2
Snap Trigger
Connector J101
GPIO Lines
Pin #
Function
1
GND
2
GPIO 1
3
GPIO 2
4
3.3VDC
Connector J102
Micro IO Reserved – Not user accessible
Pin #
Function
1
Tbd
2
GND
3
Tbd
Connector J104
Camera Board Interface
Pin #
Function
1
Color signal from camera
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
GND
I2C data to board
I2C clock to board
Ground I2C
CVBS or Y from camera
GND
Power to camera (see note below)
Connector J106
External Power Interface
Pin #
Function
1
GND
2
Optional external power for
camera(see note below)
Connector J2
– Reserved – Not user accessible
Pin #
Function
1
2.5VDC
2
TPT-D0
3
TPT-DI
4
TPTCK
5
TPTMS
6
GND
Connector J103
USB Interface
Pin #
Function
1
+5 V power in USB
2
D-min
3
D-plus
4
GND
5
Shielding
6
Shielding
Connector J105
Camera Input Connector (CVBS only)
Pin #
Function
1
Power to camera
(see note below)
2
GND
3
CVBS IN
Connector J100
Micro USB Connector
Pin #
Function
1
5VDC
2
D Minus
3
D Plus
4
GND – through resistor
5
GND
6
GND – through inductor
7
GND – through inductor
8
GND – through inductor
J100 Mini USB connector is optional
Note: The use of an external power source is only required if the power voltage is different from 3.3V or
5V, or when the current to supply the camera is more than 200mA. In all other cases the camera can be
supplied from the USB power. Note that for +3.3V jumper must be in and jumper R124 must be out.
For +5V supply jumper R124 must be in and jumper R136 and R137 must be out (See figure 2).
If the board is powered by an external voltage R124 and R136 must be out.
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Very carefully, please verify that this is the case, otherwise the board and or camera can be damaged.
Power to Camera
R124 Jumper
R136 Jumper
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
Power
3.3V
5V
External or >200mA
OUT
R137 Jumper
OUT
OUT
OUT
Video Signal Source to Camera
Camera Mode
R1
R2
R3
Y/C
Y from camera
OUT
IN
IN
Color from camera
OUT
IN
IN
CVBS
via J105
IN
OUT OUT
via J104
OUT
OUT OUT
IN
R17
IN
IN
OUT
IN
1
Note: Resistors R124, R136, and R137 are 0Ω 0402 size.
Resistors R1, R2, R3, and R7 are 39Ω 0402 size.
1
1
1
1
Figure 2: Position jumpers R124 (others tbd!)
Connector #
J1
J2
J100
J101
J102
J103
J104
J105
J106
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Connector types
Type number
Opposite side (wire side)
JST: BM02B-SRSS-TBT(LF)(SN)
SHR-02V-S - crimp SSH-003T-P0.2
Not User Accessible
Wurth 65100516121
60C1147
JST: BM04B-SRSS-TBT(LF)(SN)
SHR-04V-S - crimp SSH-003T-P0.2
JST: BM03B-SRSS-TBT(LF)(SN)
SHR-03V-S - crimp SSH-003T-P0.2
JST: BM06B-SRSS-TBT(LF)(SN)
SHR-06V-S - crimp SSH-003T-P0.2
JST: SM08B-SRSS-TBT(LF)(SN)
SHR-02V-S - crimp SSH-003T-P0.2
TYCO AMP: 292161-3
TYCO AMP 173977-3 CT 2 mm series
TYCO AMP: 292161-2
TYCO AMP 173977-2 CT 2 mm series
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4. I2C interface
Via connector J104 a I2C connection can be made with the board. The board will behave as a slave I2C
device with the slave addresses:
•
•
Write: 0x68
Read: 0x69
The board only supports single read and write actions.
A command string for a write action:
Start
0x68
A
Register addr
A
Data
A
Stop
A command string for a read action:
Start
0x68
A
Register address
0x00-0x1f
0x20-0x3f
0x50
0x51
0x70
0x71
0x72
0x73
Register addr
Start
0x69
A
Data
N
Stop
Function
Direct SAA7113 registers (write values are not stored!)
Direct SAA7113 registers but value will be stored in board EEPROM
Store current setting in EEPROM
Restore factory settings
Switch between CVBS and YC as input (0/1)
Switch between PAL/NTSC (0/1)
Gain control Y
Gain control color
Read/ write
R/W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
5. Contact Information
For technical assistance with this product, please contact the supplier from whom the product
was purchased.
For OEM inquiries, contact Videology Imaging Solutions:
North / South America:
Europe:
Videology Imaging Solutions Inc.
37M Lark Industrial Parkway
Greenville, RI 02828
USA
Tel: (401) 949-5332
Fax: (401) 949-5276
Videology Imaging Solutions Europe
Neutronenlaan 4
NL-5405 NH Uden,
Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0) 413 256 261
Fax: +31 (0) 413 251 712
Please visit our website at: http://www.videologyinc.com
VIDEOLOGY IMAGING SOLUTIONS is an ISO 9001 registered video camera developer and
manufacturer serving industrial, machine vision, biometric, security, and specialty OEM markets.
Videology designs, develops, manufactures, and distributes video, image acquisition, and display
technologies and products to OEMs worldwide.
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