User Manual
IC-X25CXP
V2.1
Digital Monochrome / Color
25Megapixel
Camera with CoaXPress Interface
IC-X25CXP
1. Precautions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
1-1. General ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
1-2. Precautions in Use
1-3. Maintenance
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2. Overview ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5
3. Specification ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5
3.1 Electrical specification--------------------------------------------------------------------- 5
3.2 Electrical shutter specification ------------------------------------------------------------ 6
3.3 Mechanical spec ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
3.4 Input signal specification ------------------------------------------------------------------ 6
3.5 Operating ambient conditions
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3.6 Various safety standards ------------------------------------------------------------------ 7
3.7 Sensor Information ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
3.7.1 Spectral response Mono -------------------------------------------------------------- 8
3.7.2 Spectral response Color
3.7.3 Color Filter Array
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4. Camera Interface ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 10
4.1 General Description ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 10
4.2 Power Input Connector ------------------------------------------------------------------- 12
4.3 I/O control connector
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4.3.1 Trigger Input Circuit ------------------------------------------------------------------ 13
4.3.2 Strobe Output Circuit ----------------------------------------------------------------- 14
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4.3.3 Firmware Update ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 14
4.4 CoaXPress Channel ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 15
4.5 DC Cooling Fan ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17
4.6 State Indication LED
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5. Introduction to CoaXPress ------------------------------------------------------------------- 19
5.1 Power over CoaXPress
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5.2 Plug-and-Play ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 21
5.3 GenICam and XML Files ------------------------------------------------------------------ 21
6. Functions and Operations-------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
6.1 Trigger operation -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23
6.1.1 Free Run Mode ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 23
6.1.2 External Sync Mode
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6.1.3 Overlap trigger input
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6.2 Reduced/Zero ROT ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 26
6.3 Gamma Correction ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 28
6.4 Defective Correction Circuits
6.5 Test Pattern Image
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7. External Appearance and Dimensions ------------------------------------------------------ 30
7.1 F-Mount IC-X25CXP ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 30
7.2 M42-Mount IC-X25CXP -------------------------------------------------------------------- 31
7.3 M72-Mount IC-X25CXP -------------------------------------------------------------------- 32
8. Communication specification ---------------------------------------------------------------- 33
8.1 Bootstrap registers------------------------------------------------------------------------ 33
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1. Precautions
1-1. General
Do not drop or damage the device.
Do not disassemble, repair or alter the device.
Keep the machine not to be stained with the alien substances.
Contact your nearest distributor in case of trouble or problem.
1-2. Precautions in Use
Do not expose the camera’s image-pickup-plane to sunlight or other intense light
directly. Its inner CMOS sensor might be damaged.
In clearing, do not splash water on the device but wipe it out with smooth cloth or
towel.
Do not place magnets near the product.
Be careful not to let liquid like water, drinks or chemicals leak inside the device.
Clean the device often to remove dust on it.
If the camera is not in use, attach the lens cap to the camera to protect the image
Pickup surface.
1-3. Maintenance
Turn off power to the equipment and wipe it with a dry cloth.
If it becomes severely contaminated, gently wipe the affected areas with a soft cloth
dampened with diluted neutral detergent. Never use alcohol, benzene, thinner, or other
chemicals because such chemicals may damage or discolor the paint and indications.
If the image pickup surface becomes dusty, contaminated, or scratched, consult your
sales representative.
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2. Overview
IC-M25CXP is a mono area scan CMOS camera and IC-C25CXP is a color area scan
CMOS camera. IC-X25CXP has 25 million pixels resolution.
These Cameras are suitable for a wide range of application within factory, Automation, an
also for application outside the factory floor, such as AOI(Automatic Optical Inspection),
High-end surveillance and medical.
3. Specification
3.1 Electrical specification
Sensor : 25 Mega Pixel Color & Mono CMOS image Sensor.
Number of active pixels : 5120(H) x 5120(V)
Full resolution in operation : 5120(H) x 5120(V)
Max Frame rate 72 frames/sec(4ch_6.25Gbps)
Pixel size : 4.5µm (H) × 4.5µm (V)
Optical size : 35mm
Scanning system : Progressive scan camera
Responsibility: 18.16 DN/nJ/cm2(550nm)
ADC resolution : 8bit / 10bit Bayer Pattern Output
Pre-select and pulse width trigger modes
S/N Ratio : >42dB
Dynamic range : > 53 dB
Operating Temp: >0
Humidity : 20% ~ 90% RH(Condensing)
CoaXPress Configuration : Up to 6.25GB per Channel, 4 Channels
Gamma Correction :User defined LUT
Defective Correction Circuit built in
External Power supply voltage: DC24V(28W) ± 10%( Ripple 50 mV or less)
PoCXP(Power over CoaXPress) : Available power per cable is 13W
℃ ~ +40℃
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3.2 Electrical shutter specification
Shutter Speed
Shutter speed from 13.9ms to 5s at 25M 72fps(8bit/10bit/4ch/6.25Gbps) mode.
Shutter OFF or 1/1,000,000 to 10 sec
The exposure time at shutter OFF is different depending..
On the reading mode(Factory default : Shutter OFF)
Random Trigger Shutter ON / OFF switching (Factory default)
Fixed mode : The exposure time depends on the shutter speed setting
Pulse width mode: The exposure time depends on the pulse width.
Minimum pulse width: 2 (Minimum exposure time: 2
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3.3 Mechanical spec
Lens mount : F Mount (Option M42, M72 Mount)
Dimensions : 131.9mm(L) * 115mm(W) * 109.9mm(H) – F Mount
Weight : Approx 1900g
Camera body grounding : Conductive between circuit GND and camera body
3.4 Input signal specification
TRIG : Internal CoaXPress and External I/O connector input
Signal level
Internal - CoaXPress packet data
External - TTL level
Polarity : Positive/Negative switching
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3.5 Operating ambient conditions
Performance assurance
Temperature 0 to +40
Humidity : 20% ~ 90% RH(Non Condensing)
Operation guaranteed
:
:-5 to +50
Humidity:10% to 90%(No dew formation)
Temperature
Storage Temperature
Temperature : -20 to +60
Humidity: 90
% or less (No dew formation)
3.6 Various safety standards
Performance assurance
CE(AoC)
Test Standard (2004/108/EC): EN 55022: 2006 +A1:2007 [Class A Equipment]
EN 55024: 1998 +A1:2001, +A2:2003
FCC(Verification)
Test Standard: Section 15.107, Section 15.109 (Class A Equipment)
NOTE 1 : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment
in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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3.7 Sensor Information
3.7.1 Spectral response Mono
<Fig 3-1 : Spectral response>
3.7.2 Spectral response Color
<Fig 3-2 : Color Filters>
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3.7.3 Color Filter Array
<Fig 3-3 : Color Filter Array>
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4. Camera Interface
4.1 General Description
As shown in the following Fig.4-1, 3 types of connectors and status indicator LED, Cooling Fan are located on the top of the camera and have the functions as follows
I/O Connector
CoaXPress Channel
Power Connector
Indicator LED
DC Cooling Fan
<Fig 4-1 : IC-X25CXP Series Top Side Appearance>
6 pin Power Input
12 pin I/O Connector
External Trigger Signal Input(1ch) and Strobe Output(1ch)
Firmware update
CoaXPress Channel(4ch)
Video Data Transmission, Camera Control
2pin Cooling Fan (DC12V/200mA)
Camera Power Input(DC-24V/1.2A)
Camera cooling fan.
Indicator Lamp(LED)
Power and Operation state Display
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DMV CAMERA
Model : IC-C25CXP
DC 24V
1.2A
R
ASSEMBLED BY U.S.A
<Fig 4-2 : IC-X25CXP Series Connector Side Appearance>
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4.2 Power Input Connector
Power input connector of camera is Hirose 6 pin connector(part # HR10A-7R-6S).
Pin arrangement and configuration are as follows:
<Fig 4-3 : Power Input Connector>
Pin No
I/O
Signal Name
1
VCC
+24V
2
VCC
+24V
3
VCC
+24V
4
GND
GROUND
5
GND
GROUND
6
GND
GROUND
<Table 4-1 : Power Input Connector Pin map>
Power plug can be configured using the Hirose 6 pin plug (part # HR10A-7R-6P) or compatible parts enclosed in the camera box. For power supply, it is recommended to use the
power adapter with over 1.2A current output at 24VDC ±10% voltage output.
4.3 I/O control connector
The control connector used is Hirose 12 pin connector(part # HR10A-10R-12S) and
Consists of external trigger signal input and strobe output port, Camera firmware update
port. Pin arrangement and configuration are as follow
Pin No
I/O
1
INPUT
Trigger +
2
INPUT
GROUND
3
<Fig 4-4 : I/O Control Connector>
Signal Name Pin No
OUTPUT Strobe Output
I/O
Signal Name
7
OUTPUT
Reserved
8
INPUT
Reserved
9
INPUT
Reserved
4
INPUT
Reserved
10
OUTPUT
Reserved
5
GND
GROUND
11
INPUT
Reserved
6
INPUT
Reserved
12
INPUT
Reserved
<Table 4-2 : I/O Control Connector Pin Map>
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4.3.1 Trigger Input Circuit
Following Fig 4-5 shows trigger signal input circuit of 12 pin connector. Trigger signal
entered is delivered to internal circuit through photo coupler. Minimum trigger width that can
be recognized at camera is 5us. If trigger signal entered is less than 5us, trigger signal is
ignored in camera. External trigger signal can approve signals to the circuits in the
2 methods shown below.
<Fig 4-5 : Trigger Input Schematic>
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4.3.2 Strobe Output Circuit
Strobe output signal is output through TTL Driver IC of 3.3 V output level and pulse width
of signal is output in synchronization with exposure of camera.
<Fig 4-6 : Strobe Output Schematic>
4.3.3 Firmware Update
Camera firmware update is available through the ISVI firmware cable.
(For more details, see
오류! 참조 원본을 찾을 수 없습니다.)
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4.4 CoaXPress Channel
BNC Connector
Impedance : 75Ω
Gender : Socket
Body Plating : Nickel
Contact Plating : Gold
Frequency Range : DC-3GHz
Dielectric withstanding Voltage : 1500VRMS, min
<Fig 4-7 : CoaXPress BNC Connector>
The link protocol defines the transfer of triggers, general purpose I/O, control data
and high speed streaming data over a link.
<Fig 4-8 CoaXPress physical topology>
Each link provides the following signaling connections:
-. A high speed serial link at up to 6.25 Gbps.
-. A low speed serial link at 20.83 Mbps
-. A power connection (Host to Device), up to 13W.
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<Fig 4-9 Link signaling connections and data flow>
For more details, see 5. Introduction to CoaXPress
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4.5 DC Cooling Fan
<Fig 4-10 Cooling Fan Dimension>
<Fig 4-11 Cooling Fan P-Q Curve>
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4.6 State Indication LED
State
Indication
No power
Off
System booting
Solid orange
Powered, but nothing connected(not applicable
Slow pulse red
to a Device reliant on PoCXP power)
Link detection in progress, PoCXP active
Fast flash green Shown for a minimum of
1s even if the link detection is faster
Link detection in progress, PoCXP not in use
Fast flash orange Shown for a minimum
of 1s even if the link detection is faster
Device / Host incompatible, PoCXP active
Slow flash alternate red / green
Device / Host incompatible, PoCXP not in use
Slow flash alternate red / orange
Device / Host connected, but no data being
Slow pulse green
transferred
Device / Host connected, waiting for event
Slow pulse orange
(e.g. trigger, exposure pulse)
Device / Host connected, data being transferred
Solid green whenever data transferred
(i.e. blinks synchronously with data)
Indication
Timing
Fast flash
12.5Hz (20ms on, 60ms off)
Slow flash
0.5Hz (1s on, 1s off)
Slow pulse
1Hz (200ms on, 800ms off)
< Table 4-3 : CoaXPress LED Indicate>
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5. Introduction to CoaXPress
CoaXPress is an interface to connect to Hosts.
It combines the simplicity of coaxial cable with state of the art high speed serial data technology, allowing up to 6.25Gbps data rate per cable, plus device control and power in the
same cable. For more details, visit next below web site.
JIIA(Japan Industrial Imaging Association) : http://jiia.org/
CoaXPress : http://www.coaxpress.com/coaxpress.php
5.1 Power over CoaXPress
The available power per cable is 13W at the Camera, at a nominal 24V.
13W(24V) per one cable
PC
PCIe
auxiliary
power
(+12V)
Frame Grabber
No
External
Power
<Fig 5-1 : PoCXP Block Diagram>
If you will use PoCXP, first check whether support to your frame grabber.
Next is example with matrox Radient eV-CXP.
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<Fig 5-2 : Radient eV-CXP PCIe Auxiliary Power Connector>
Connect the PCIe power cable from your computer's 12V power supply to the PCIe
auxiliary power connector on Matrox Radient eV-CXP.
This power is only need if you are using PoCXP-compliant video sources.
PCIe Auxiliary Graphics Power Connector(Optional)
<Fig 5-3 : PCIe Auxiliary Power Connector Pin Map>
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5.2 Plug-and-Play
CoaXPress is designed to be plug-and-play.
CoaXPress contains mechanisms for automatic link setup (bit rate, link configuration
scheme) and Camera and Grabber setup (image format, bit depth, data packing format,
etc).The link is designed to automatically recover after a loss of connection.
Note 2 : These mechanisms make CoaXPress hot-pluggable, and the protocol sup
ports it. However this does not imply that an application will recover if a
camera is unplugged and then reconnected. Also there is the potential for
damage if a long cable with stored charge is connected
5.3 GenICam and XML Files
This camera support the GenApi and the SFNC(Standard Feature Naming Convention)
module of the GenICam standard v2.0 or higher.
XML file provided with the camera description compatible with the GenApi module of GenICam. The bootstrap registers in the camera provide a means to access the XML file.
The feature of the camera follow GenICam's SFNC. For more detail, visit next website.
GenICam standard : http://www.emva.org/cms/index.php?idcat=27
<Fig 5-4 : Industrial standard GenICam>
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6. Functions and Operations
<Fig. 6-1 : Control of the Electromechanical Shutter>
It is essential that the shutter remains closed during the entire row readout phase (that is,
until FV has de-asserted for the frame readout); otherwise, some rows of data will be corrupted (over-integrated).It is essential that the shutter closes before
the end of the integration phase. If the row readout phase is allowed to start before
the shutter closes, each row in turn will be integrated for one row-time longer than the previous row. After FV de-asserts to signal the completion of the readout phase,
there is a time delay of approximately 10 * line_length_pck before the sensor starts
to integrate light-sensitive rows for the next ERS frame. It is essential that the shutter be
opened at some point in this time window; otherwise, the first ERS frame will not be uniformly integrated.
<Fig. 6-2 : Controlling the SHUTTER Output>
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6.1 Trigger operation
Trigger mode of camera is divided into Free-Run mode where image is synchronized to
Internal Trigger signal created inside camera, and External Sync mode where image is
synchronized to the trigger signal entered in external port.
Note 3 : exposure time must use greater than or equal to frame transfer time
6.1.1 Free Run Mode
In FreeRun mode, the cycle of internal trigger signal is determined by Transfer Time (1
Frame data transmission time) and Exposure setting value, and image is obtained with
such periodic signal. Cycle of internal signal, that is, Frame Rate, is determined with the
following 2 conditions
<Fig. 6-3 : Internal Exposure Time Mode>
<Fig. 6-4 : Internal Exposure Time Mode with Exposure Time < Read out Time>>
<Fig. 6-5 : Free Run Mode Readout Time>
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6.1.2 External Sync Mode
In External Sync Mode, camera keeps standby status until trigger signal is entered and performs image transmission (Frame Transfer) after exposure process if trigger input occurs
as shown in below figure to operate camera in External Sync mode, it is required to set
Trigger Source regarding which input, CoaXPress port or External Trigger port, will be used
for trigger signal, as well as Polarity and Exposure Time of signal entered.
Trigger
<Fig. 6-6 : External Exposure Time Mode>
<Fig. 6-7 : External Sync Mode>
Trigger Source
: Select either of Internal CoaXPress or External I/O Connector as source of
external trigger input signals.
Trigger Polarity
: Set whether polarity of Trigger signal entered is Active High or Active Low.
Exposure Source
: select to synchronize exposure time with pulse width of trigger input signal or with
exposure time programmed inside the camera.
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6.1.3 Overlap trigger input
When trigger input occurs in the course of Frame Transfer and Fig. 6-8, it simultaneously
performs exposure of next image for new trigger input. In this case, image shooting is possible up to the speed of 1/Transfer Time(sec), the maximum Frame Rate conditions regardless of exposure time.
When the trigger signal with cycle faster than maximum Frame Rate conditions,
next Frame Transfer is performed while one Frame Transfer is not completed,
failing to obtain overall image.
When new trigger input occurs in Exposure section while Exposure Source is set in
Program, the signal is ignored. It is the case that exposure setting value is set
longer than trigger input cycle, and since it is not synchronized for all trigger signal
entered in camera, Frame Rate gets slower than Trigger input cycle.
<Fig. 6-8 : Overlap Trigger>
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6.2 Reduced/Zero ROT
In pipelined global shutter mode, the integration and readout are done in parallel. Images
are continuously read out and integration of frame N is ongoing during readout of the previous frame N-1. The readout of every frame starts with a Frame Overhead Time (FOT),
during which the analog value of the pixel diode is transferred to the pixel memory element.
After the FOT, the sensor is read out line by line and the readout of each line is preceded
by a Row Overhead Time (ROT) as shown in <Fig. 6-9> .
<Fig. 6-9 : Normal ROT function>
In Reduced/Zero ROT operation mode (refer to <Fig. 6-10>), the row blanking and kernel
readout are performed (partially) in parallel. This mode is called reduced ROT as a part of
the ROT is done while the image row is readout. The actual ROT can thus be longer, however the perceived ROT will be shorter (‘overhead’ spent per line is reduced).
<Fig. 6-10 : Reduced/Zero ROT function>
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<Table. 6-1 : Normal ROT vs. Reduced/Zero ROT function>
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6.3 Gamma Correction
LUT (Lookup Table) enables the conversion of the original image value into an ad-hoc level
value. Since one-on-one mapping is performed for each level value, you can connect the
ad-hoc 8/10-bit input to the ad-hoc 8/10-bit output.
LUT has a programmable look-up table (LUT) that lets the user adjust the transfer function
of the video output. Selectable settings include multiple-point LUT and Gamma 0.5. The
look up table has 1024 setting points by which the full range of input signal is divided. On
each of the point, the gain can be set to get a required transfer function. Gamma 0.45 or
programmable LUT can be selected by software control. If the LUT is not configured,
Gamma is set at 1.0(off)
<Fig. 6-9 : Gamma Correction>
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6.4 Defective Correction Circuits
There could be incidence of light-malfunctioning defective pixel in the CMOS. In this case,
additional correction is required to enhance the degraded quality of output images. For
each camera, defective pixel information of CMOS is encoded during the shipping process.
If a user demands an addition of defective pixel information, a new coordinate of defective
pixel must be entered into the camera.
6.5 Test Pattern Image
It can be set to output test image created inside instead of image data output from image
sensor, in order to check normal operation of camera. 3 types of test image are available
(For more details, see
오류! 참조 원본을 찾을 수 없습니다.)
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7. External Appearance and Dimensions
7.1 F-Mount IC-X25CXP
<Fig. 7-1 : F-Mount Dimension>
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7.2 M42-Mount IC-X25CXP
<Fig. 7-2 : M42 Mount Dimension>
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7.3 M72-Mount IC-X25CXP
<Fig. 7-3 : M72 Mount Dimension>
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8. Communication specification
8.1 Bootstrap registers
Address
Name
Access
Length
Default
Value
0x2000
DeviceVendorName
RO
32
"ISVI"
0x2020
DeviceModelName
RO
32
"IC-X25CXP"
0x4000
LinkReset
RW
4
0
0x4014
LinkConfig
RW
4
0x40038
0x6000
OffsetX
RW
4
0
Set ROI X Offset 0~5119 (128 unit)
0x6004
OffsetY
RW
4
0
Set ROI Y Offset 0~5119 (1 unit)
WidthMax
RO
4[15:0]
5120
Width
RW
4[31:16]
5120
HeightMax
RO
4[15:0]
5120
Height
RW
4[31:16]
5120
0x6008
0x600C
0x6010
PixelFormat
RW
4
0x0101
0x7048
ReverseX
RW
4
0
0x7014
Binning
RW
4
0
0x7014
SubSampling
RW
4
0
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Decription
0: 1 : Link_Reset
0x10038 : CXP 1ch, Link Speed 3.125Gbps
0x10040 : CXP 1ch, Link Speed 5Gbps
0x10048 : CXP 1ch, Link Speed 6.25Gbps
0x20038 : CXP 2ch, Link Speed 3.125Gbps
0x20040 : CXP 2ch, Link Speed 5Gbps
0x20048 : CXP 2ch, Link Speed 6.25Gbps
0x40038 : CXP 4ch, Link Speed 3.125Gbps
0x40040 : CXP 4ch, Link Speed 5Gbps
0x40048 : CXP 4ch, Link Speed 6.25Gbps
Set ROI Width : 64~5120(64 unit)
Set ROI Height : 4~5120(1 unit)
0x0101 : Mono 8 Bit
0x0102 : Mono 10 Bit
0x0321 : BayerRG 8 Bit
0x0322 : BayerRG 10 Bit
0 : OFF
1 : On
0 : OFF
1 : On(2X2_Binning - Mono Camera Only)
0 : OFF
2 : On(2X2_Subsampling - Mono Camera Only)
6 : On(2X2_Subsampling - Color Camera Only)
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1 : FreeRun Mode
2 : TriggerMaster Mode
3 : TriggerSlave Mode
0 : Internal
1 : External
0 : RisingEdge
1 : FallingEdge
0 : ActiveHigh
1 : ActiveLow
0 : ActiveLow
1 : ActiveHigh
0x6020
AcquisitionMode
RW
4
1
0x6024
TriggerSource
RW
4
0
0x6028
TriggerEdge
RW
4
0
0x602C
TriggerPolarity
RW
4
0
0x6030
StrobePolarity
RW
4
0
0x6034
AcquisitionTime
RW
4
20000
1us ~10,000,000us (Unit : 1 us)
0x603C
ExposureTime
RW
4
10000
1us ~10,000,000us (Unit : 1 us)
0x6044
StrobeOutControl
RW
4
0
0x6048
StrobeTime
RW
4
10000
0x6050
AcquisitionStart /
Stop
RW
4[31]
0
0x8010
TemperatureRead
RW
4[31]
0
0x8014
TemperatureValueCelius
RO
4
-
0x8018
SensorOperation
RW
4
0
0x7000
UD_TestPattern
RW
4
0
0x7030
WB_Enable
RW
4
0
0x7034
WB_GreenGain
RW
4
0
Set Green Gain - 0~1023 (1 unit)
0x7038
WB_BlueGain
RW
4
0
Set Blue Gain -0~1023 (1 unit)
0x703C
WB_RedGain
RW
4
0
Set Red Gain -0~1023 (1 unit)
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0 : Enable
1 : Disable
1us ~10,000,000us (1 us)
0 : AcquisitionStart
1 : AcquisitionStop
0:1 : Temperature Read
Read the Celsius temperature.
Formula : Read Temp * 1.06685 = Camera
Temp
0 : Running
1 : Stop
0 : OFF
4 : GreyVerticalRamp Test Pattern On
5 : GreyHorizontalRamp Test Pattern On
6 : ColorBar - Color Camera Only Test Pattern
On
0 : White Balance Disable
1 : White Balance Enable
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0 : Off
1 : Auto White Balance Enable
0 : Select Current Page
1 : Select Factory Page
2 : Select UserSet1 Page
1 : UserSet Load
2 : UserSet Save
0x7040
WbAuto
RW
4
0
0x8000
UserSetSelector
RW
4
0
0x8004
UserSetLoad
UserSetSave
RW
4
-
0x8008
UD_SensorGain
RW
4
0
Set Sensor Gain : 0~4000 (1 Unit)
0x800C
UD_SensorBlack
RW
4
0
Set BlackOffset : 0~255 (1 Unit)
0
0 : Gamma Disable
1 : Gamma Enable 0.5
3 : Gamma Enable 1.5
0x7044
UD_Gamma
RW
4
<Table. 8-1 : Bootstrap Resister Map>
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CE
EN 55024 : 1998+A1:2001, +A2:2003
EN 55022 : 2006+A1:2007 [Class A Equipment]
FCC
Section 15.107, Section 15.109 (Class A Equipment)
NOTICE! : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to
correct the interference at his own expense.
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USA H.Q.
Sales : (+1) 203 232 9343
E-mail : sales@isvi-corp.com
Web site : http://www.isvi-corp.com
Copyright © ISVI Corp. All Rights Reserved.
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