Manual SK4096CTDI-XL
Intensity
Multiple exposure
of a moving object
charge transfer
Line Scan Camera
SK4096CTDI-XL
4096 x 96 Pixel, 13x13 μm, 100 MHz Pixel Frequency,
22.3 kHz Line Frequency, Interface: CameraLink
Interface
LVDS
Order Code
max. pixel
frequency
max. line
frequency
SK4096GTDI-XL
60 MHz
14.00 kHz
SK4096CTDI-XL
100 MHz
22.30 kHz
SK4096ZTDI-XL
60 MHz
14.00 kHz
Camera Series CTDI
1024 x 96
2048 x 96
object
4096 x 96
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1 TDI Line Scan Camera
SK4096CTDI-XL
mounted with:
2 focus adapter FA 2 6 -S 45
3 extension ring ZR-L...
4 lens adapter M39-45
5 lens APO-Rodagon D1x
2
3
4
Characteristics:
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• video 2*8 bit, double tap
• line frequency up to 22.30 kHz
• Anti-Blooming
• TDI sensor, 96 stages
• very high light sensivity
• 100% fill factor
SK4096CTDI-XL.rtd
• CameraLink (Base) interface
Content:
page
Technical specifications, accessories......................2
Handling details of the line scan camera .................3
Connecting and control signals ...............................4
CameraLink interface ...............................................5
Timing diagram ........................................................6
Configuration program, commands .........................7
Content:
page
Exposure and Integration Control ............................8
Principle of TDI technology ......................................8
Blooming ..................................................................9
Dimension diagrams ................................................10
Sensor data ..............................................................11
References, warranty, declaration of conformity .....12
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Technical Specifications
Accessories (optional)
Connecting Cable
1 . C o n tro l c a b l e SK 90 1 8 .. .26-pin shielded cable, both
ends with mini-ribbon connector (male 26-pin).
SK9018.5 MM
Order Code
MM= Connector
both ends (male)
3 = 3m cable length (standard)
5 = 5m cable length
Camera Model
Order Code
SK4096CTDI-XL
Sensor:
CCD, TDI
Type:
CCD 5045
for line scan cameras 2 . C a b l e f o r p o w e r su p pl y SK 9 015. ..: Shielded cable
with CameraLink inter- with connector Lumberg SV60 (male 6-pin) and
Hirose HR10A (female 6-pin)
face.
SK9015.5 MF
Order Code
MF= connector male / female
1.5=1.5m cabel length(standard)
3= 3m cabel length
x= cable length custom made
Number of pixels:
4096 x 96
Pixel size:
13x13µm
Pixel distance:
13µm
Line width:
13µm
Active length:
53.20 mm
Pixel frequency:
100 MHz
Power supply
Line frequ. max:
22.30 kHz
Line frequ. min:
0.05 kHz
SK91CL-WIN
Order Code
1.
Configuration tool SkCLConfig
(supplied with camera)
2.
SkLineScan
for selected CameraLink grabber:
- Matrox Solios
- NI PCI-1428, - microEnable III
- other grabbers on request
Lenses, Adapter
Integration time max: 20.0 ms
Dynamic range:
1:2500
Spectral range:
400-1000 nm
Spectral Responsivity
Ta= 25°C
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
400
Focus adapter
FA26-S45
Order Code
High-precision adapter with linear guide and thread
for precise adjustment and durable fixing of the focal
position.
- Travel 27 mm, 10 mm travel per one turn
- Locking screws for the focal position
- Lens thread M45x0.75,
M39x1/26" by adapter M39-45
Extension rings
ZR-L25
Lens adapter
M39-45
Order Code
15= length 15 mm
25= length 24,5 mm
60= length 60 mm
87= length 87 mm
500
600
700
800
Wavelength (nm)
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900
1000
Input control signals: MasterCock
(optional)
StartOfScan
Output signal:
Video signal:
LVAL
2*8 bit digital,
double tap
Interface:
CameraLink
Voltages:
+5 V, +15 V
Power consumption: 3.8 W
Camera rear
Order Code
Lens:
M39 x 1/26"
Camera: M45 x 0.75
Scan and Macro Lenses
M39 x 1/26",
e.g.:
- APO-Rodagon D1x 4.0/75
- APO-Rodagon D2x 4.5/50
- APO-Rodagon N 4.0/80
2
Integration time min: 0.044 ms
Quantum Efficiency (%)
Software
PS 051515
Order Code
Input:
100-240 VAC, 0,8A, 50/60Hz, 3-pin input
connector (IEC 320).
Output: 5VDC/2,5A, 15VDC/0,5A, -15VDC/0,3A,
output connector Lumberg KV60
(6-pin, female, length 1m)
Connector:
Power:
Hirose Serie
HR10A, 6pin-male
Data:
Mini D Ribbon,
26pin-female
Operating Temp.:
+ 5°C ... + 45 °
Housing (B x T):
Weight:
84 mm x 43 mm
0.3 kg
Lens thread:
M72 x 0.75
1. Technical Specifications of the CTDI Camera Series
Camera Model
SK1024CTDI
SK2048CTDI
SK4096CTDI-XL
CCD, TDI 96 stages
CCD, TDI 96 stages
CCD, TDI 96 stages
Type:
CCD525
CCD525
CCD5045
Number of pixels:
1024 x 96
2048 x 96
4096 x 96
Pixel size:
13x13µm
13x13µm
13x13µm
Pixel distance:
13µm
13µm
13µm
Line width:
13µm
13µm
13µm
Active length:
13.30 mm
26.60 mm
53.20 mm
Anti-Blooming
yes
yes
yes
Integration Control
no
no
no
CDS 1)
no
no
no
50 MHz
100 MHz
100 MHz
Line frequency max:
43.40 kHz
43.40 kHz
22.30 kHz
Line frequency min:
0.05 kHz
0.05 kHz
0.05 kHz
Integration time min:
0.023 ms
0.023 ms
0.044 ms
Integration time max: 2)
20.0 ms
20.0 ms
20.0 ms
Dynamic range:
1:2500
1:2500
1:2500
Spectral range:
400-1000 nm
400-1000 nm
400-1000 nm
8/12 Bit
2*8 Bit
2*8 Bit
Camera Link
Camera Link
Camera Link
+5V, +15V
+5V, +15V
+5V, +15V
2,4 W
2,6 W
3,8 W
M40x0.75
M40x0.75
M72x0.75
Ø65mm x 54 mm
Ø65mm x 54 mm
□84 mm x 43 mm
0.2 kg
0.2 kg
0.3 kg
+ 5°C ... + 45 °
+ 5°C ... + 45 °
+ 5°C ... + 45 °
Sensor:
Pixel frequency:
Video signal:
Interface:
Voltage supply:
Power consumption
Lens thread:
Housing ( Ø x T):
Weight:
Temperature range:
1) CDS = Correlated Double Sampling. Noise reduction technology, increase of photosensitivity.
2) Longer exposure times are possible, but the signal-to-noise ratio will be reduced.
For further sensor specifications obtain the details of the sensor manufacturer. See the datasheet at the end.
2. Handling details of line scan cameras with CameraLink interface
A successful application of the line scan camera is based
upon a careful adjustment of the whole optical system. Attention should be paid to the arrangement of the illumination, the
aperture setting, the focussing range of the lens, as well as
the orientation of the sensor axis to the scanning direction.
For controlling a CCD line scan camera made by Schäfter+
Kirchhoff, any third party grabber board is suitable when it
complies with the base configuration the CameraLink standard.
The configuration program SkCLConfig is shipped with all
Schäfter+Kirchhoff cameras and enables the adjustment of
line scan camera parameters, such as gain, offset, and pixel
frequency, via the serial channel of the CameraLink interface.
The software uses the clser***.dll supplied with the CameraLink grabber board. For the software development the SDK
provided by the grabber manufacturer has to be used. For selected grabber boards, including Matrox Solios, National Instruments PCI-1428, CORECO X64-CL iPro and microEnable III,
Schäfter+Kirchhoff provides the SkLineScan® operating program. The oscilloscope display of the line scan signals, which
can be fully zoomed to individual pixels over a selected area, enables the parameterization and set up of the camera and optical
system.
The camera is shiped aligned and set to default settings in gain
and offset. Extensive modifications of the gain/offset-parameter
can lead to a decrease in signal quality. The parameter settings
are stored within the camera board and are retained for immediate subsequent use even after a complete shut down.
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3. Connection and Control Signals
Pin out
Connector:
Power:
Hirose Serie HR10A,
6pin-male
Mini D Ribbon 26 pin female
Pin
Signal
o
.
GND
o
o
.
X0+
.
o
o
.
X1+
X2-
.
o
o
.
X2+
Xclk-
.
o
o
.
Xclk+
X3-
.
o
o
.
X3+
SerTC+
.
o
o
.
SerTC-
SerTFG-
.
o
o
.
SerTFG+
CC1-
.
o
o
.
CC1+
CC2+
.
o
o
.
CC2-
CC3-
.
o
o
.
CC3+
Data:
Mini D Ribbon,
26pin-female
Signal
Pin
GND
.
o
X0-
.
X1-
Voltage Supply
+5V
+15 V
± 5%
± 5%
ca. 300 mA
ca. 320 mA
ca. 105 mA
ca. 245 mA
( 50 MHz Clock)
( 100 MHz Clock)
( 50 MHz Clock)
( 100 MHz Clock)
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
+ 15 V
.
+5V
.
CC4+
.
o
o
.
CC4-
+ 15 V
.
GND
.
GND
.
o
o
.
GND
+5V
.
GND
.
Input Control Signals
The CCD line scan camera uses the control signals "Clock"
(MCLK) and "Start Of Scan" (SOS) for operation. The Clock
signal will be generated internal by an 100 MHz oscillator. Alternative the oscillator frequency can divided by 2 to 50 MHz. Optional an external source can provide the Clock signal.
The camera electronics respond to the rising signal edges that
should be ‘sharp’ and free from noise.
The frequency of the "Start of Scan" signal determines the total
count of line scans per second. On the rising edge of this signal
all the accumulated charges inside the pixels will be tranferred
to the analog shift register of the sensor. The shift register
(transport register) will be read out with the ‘Clock’ signal.
The ‘Clock’ signal frequency gives the read-out rate for single
pixel informations of the linear sensor. This is just the rate of the
video output signal of the camera. Every rising edge of ‘Clock’
transfers the next following pixel’s charges to the video output
amplifier.
MCLK:
Master-Clock in: determines the pixel transport
frequency, maximum 100 MHz.
SOS:
Start of Scan: 30 ns minimum pulslength. Differential input. The frequency of the ‘SOS’ signal
determines the line frequency readout of the
camera.
The charges of the sensor are accumulated
while the ‘SOS’ signal is low. This way the
length of the ‘low’ period can be used to effectively control the actual integration time at a fixed or rapidly changing line
The ‘Clock’ and the ‘SOS’ signals need not to be syncronized.
The ‘Clock’ frequency should be set to a sufficient large number
to ensure enough ‘Clock’ pulses to read out the line sensor
completely between two successive ‘SOS’ signals. The camera
SK4096CTDI-XL needs 4096+134 = 4230 clock pulses to read
out a line scan completely. The ‘Clock’ frequency determines
the pixel rate of the camera.
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4. CameraLink Interface
Camera Control
Signal Name
I/O
Type
TRIG1
I
RS644
TRIG2
I
RS644
CLK_IN
I
RS644
Description
CC1 - synchronization input (SOS)
CC2 - start Integration period in the dual synchro mode
(only cameras with Integration Control)
CC3 - external pixel clock (optional)
I= Input, O= Output, IO= Bi-Directional, P= Power/Ground, NC= not connected,
Note:
CC4 is not used
Video Data
For transmission of high-speed video data from the camera to the frame grabber the differential LVDS signals X0-X3 and XCLK are reserved. The Video data between camera and grabber
are transmitted via several serial channels. The basic principle of the serial protocol is built by
the Channel Link Chip set by National Semiconductor. The CameraLink standard defines the
pixel signal names, the description of the signal level as well as the connector pin assignment
and the pin content of the chip.
Signal Name
I/O
Type
D[0-15]
O
RS644
Description
STROBE
O
RS644
LVAL
O
RS644
Pixel Data
Output Data Clock,
With rising edge data are not valid
Line Valid, active High Signal
I= Input, O= Output, IO= Bi-Direktional, P= Power/Ground, NC= not connected,
Note: FVAL, as defined in the CameraLink standard, is not used here. FVAL is permanently set
to 0 (Low) level. DVAL is not used. DVAL is permanently set to 1(High) level.
With Single output, data are output on ODD (multiplex).
Bit allocation
16-Bit Data (F16)
Bit
DS90CR285
Pin Name
Bit
D0
Tx0
D7
D1
Tx1
D2
D3
D4
DS90CR285
Pin Name
Bit
DS90CR285
Pin Name
Bit
DS90CR285
Pin Name
D14
Tx19
NC
Tx14
D8
Tx5
Tx7
D15
Tx20
NC
Tx10
Tx2
D9
Tx8
NC
Tx21
NC
Tx11
Tx3
D10
Tx9
NC
Tx22
STROBE
TxCLK
Tx4
D11
Tx12
NC
Tx16
LVAL
Tx24
D5
Tx6
D12
Tx15
NC
Tx17
D6
Tx27
D13
Tx18
NC
Tx13
The bit allocations are conform with the CameraLink specifications in the base configuration.
Serial communication
Signal Name
I/O
Type
SerTFG
O
RS644
SerTC
O
RS644
Description
Differential pair for serial communication to the frame
grabber
Differential pair for serial communication from the frame
grabber
The CameraLink interface supports two LVDS signal pairs for the communication between
camera and frame
grabber. This asynchronous serial communication is based on the RS232 protocol.
The configuration of the serial line is:
- full duplex / without handshake
- 9600 bauds, 8-bit data, no parity bit, 1 stop bit
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5. Timing Diagram
Input
MCLK
CC3
SOS
CC1
40ns
126 Clock Cycles
4096 Clock Cycles
8 Clock Cycles min
Output
CCLK
LVAL
15 ns
D[0-7]
20
51
30 10 30 10 30 10 30
69 22 70 23 71 24 72
10 30 10 30 10 30
25 73 26 74 27 75
40 20 40 20 40 20 40
93 46 94 47 95 48 96
1
D[8-15]
20
49
2
20
50
3
Sensor
Video 1
Video 2
Video 3
Video 4
The black level pixels are located 7 to 20 pixels before pixel #1.
i = Isolation pixels, o = Overclocking
The pixel matching should be done by the CameraLink grabber.
Sample for pixel matching by software for SK4096CTDI
PUCHAR
pSegment[4];
int
pOffset= 1024;
int
i, s, p, line;
PUCHAR
pSource;
// ptr to camera data
PUCHAR
pDestination; // ptr to image buffer
.....
if (pDestination==NULL) pDestination= pSource;
for (i= 0; i< 4; i++)
{
pSegment[i]= new UCHAR[1024];
}
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for ( line= 0; line< MAXLINES; line++)
{
PUCHAR pScan= (PUCHAR)pSource+line*pixelPerLine;
for (p= 0; p< pOffset; p++)
{
for ( s= 0; s< 4; s++)
*(pSegment[s]+p)= *pScan++;
}
pScan= (PUCHAR)pDestination+line*pixelPerLine;
for (s= 0; s< 4; s++)
memcpy(pScan+s*pOffset, pSegment[s], pOffset);
}
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6. Configuration program SKCLConfig
Camera Commands
Command
Feedback
Oxxx<CR>
0=ok, 1= not ok
Description
Gain1 settting 0 - 24 dB
(xxxx= 0-1023)
Gain2 setting 0 - 24 dB
(xxxx= 0-1023)
Gain3 setting 0 - 24 dB
(xxxx= 0-1023)
Gain4 setting 0 - 24 dB
(xxxx= 0-1023)
Offset1 setting (xxx= 0-255)
Pxxx<CR>
0=ok, 1= not ok
Offset2 setting (xxx= 0-255)
Qxxx<CR>
0=ok, 1= not ok
Offset3 setting (xxx= 0-255)
Uxxx<CR>
0=ok, 1= not ok
Offset4 setting (xxx= 0-255)
C25<CR>
0=ok, 1= not ok
Camera clock: 25 MHz
C50<CR>
0=ok, 1= not ok
Camera clock: 50 MHz
T1<CR>
0=ok, 1= not ok
test pattern on
T0<CR>
0=ok, 1= not ok
test pattern off
M1<CR>
0=ok, 1= not ok
Extern trigger CC1 input
M2<CR>
0=ok, 1= not ok
Free run with max line rate
Gxxxx<CR> 0=ok, 1= not ok
SK4096CTDI-XL
Bxxxx<CR> 0=ok, 1= not ok
Hxxxx<CR> 0=ok, 1= not ok
Jxxxx<CR> 0=ok, 1= not ok
The configuration program SKCLconfig is a tool for programming the CameraLink camera and its status request. It communicates with the camera via the serial interface of the CameraLink interface. For this purpose, the program uses the
clser***.dll, which is inscribed in the system register when installing the grabber. The DLL name begins with the standard
’clser’ and contains specific characters of the grabber manufacturer (***). As the commands in the DLL are standardized,
the program operates with any grabber that fulfils the CameraLink standard. In case more than one clser***.dll’s are installed on the computer, the program operates with the DLL it
detects first. The DLL name is displayed.
At the start, information about type, revision and serial number of the camera are requested. In the field "Type" the name
of the camera must be displayed. Download:
http://www.sukhamburg.de/service/SKCLconfig.zip
Gain / Offset Adjustment
After the start of the SKCLConfig program the sliders for gain
and offset are positioned according to the values stored in the
camera. With the sliders the settings for gain and offset can
be modified. The maximum possible amplification for the camera signal is 36dB (gain=1023). When varying gain and offset, the camera line signal should be monitored (e.g. with the
SkLineScan program). With increasing amplification, noise is
also raised - the signal-to-noise ratio degrades.
The camera SK4096CTDI-XL has 4 ranges for gain and 4
ranges for offset. The signal intensities of this ranges have to
be fitted.
The camera is provided with optimum gain/offset adjustment
(base setting). After modifying gain and offset, a new calibration can be necessary. This is achieved as follows:
1. Offset:
With shaded sensor the video signal is set near to 0 with the
offset slider A. The line signal should visible still remain visible.
2. Gain:
The sensor is slightly overexposed. With the gain slider A the
limit of the video signal is set to about ’255’ (8-bit data) or higher. With cameras with multi-tap sensors, the sliders for gain
and offset are activated automatically. The pixel intensities of
all tap ranges are brought into line at the best.
Queries:
K<CR>
SK4096CTDI<CR> SK type number
R<CR>
S<CR>
Rev1.20<CR>
SNr00140<CR>
I<CR>
SK4096CTDI<CR> Camera identification
I1<CR>
VCC:00501<CR>
Operation voltage VCC
I2<CR>
VDD:01523<CR>
Operation voltage VDD
I3<CR>
moo:00003
Operation mode
I4<CR>
CLo:00050<CR>
Camera clock low frequency
I5<CR>
CHi:000100<CR>
Camera clock high frequency
I6<CR>
Ga1:00043<CR>
Gain1
I7<CR>
Ga2:00044<CR>
Gain2
I8<CR>
Of1:00011<CR>
Offset1
I9<CR>
Of2:00009<CR>
Offset2
I10<CR>
Ga3:00043<CR>
Gain3
I11<CR>
I12<CR>
I13<CR>
Ga4:00044<CR>
Of3:00011<CR>
Of4:00009<CR>
Gain4
Offset3
Offset4
Revision number
Serial number
Ctrl. Register CLink3 EPLD EN7 EN6 EN5 EN4 EN3 EN2 EN1 EN0
16 Bit (double tap)
Low Clock
High Clock
Clock CC3
Mode 1 extern Trigger
Mode 2 free run, max line rate
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0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
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7. Exposure
The camera SK4096CTDI-XL has a maximum line frequency
of 22.30 kHz. The programmable range for the illumination period amounts 0.044 ms to 20.0 ms.
For programming the minimum illumination period or the maximum line frequency, respectively, the timing between two SOS
signals minimum has to least N= 4096 pixel clocks plus sensor
dependent passive pixel clocks NP. The camera SK4096CTDIXL has 134 of these. So the sensor needs 4096+134 = 4230
clock pulses to read out a line scan completely.
Read out velocity is determined by the pixel frequency (MCLK).
The illumination period (exposure time) TE of a camera is
calculated as follows:
( N + NP)
Technical details on illumination:
Charge carriers originating from light shining in within a specific time interval are stored by the light-sensitive elements of
the sensor. The accumulated charges are converted to voltage values. The voltage values indicate the intensity of light
falling on the individual pixels. Integration time is the time
within the charge carriers are accumulated.
The illumination period (or exposure time) TE is the time
within the charge carriers of the line sensor. It is determined
by the time between two following edges of the SOS signal.
The maximum line frequency results as fL max = 1/TE.
Cameras with Integration Control function are able to shorten the integration time within an illumination period (shutter).
As the illumination period stays constant, the line frequency is
not affected by this operation.
8. Image generation
TE =
fp
The line frequency results as:
fL =
Example:
1 / TE
SK4096CTDI-XL
50 MHz pixel frequency, 2*8 bit (double tap)
TE = (4096+134) / (2*50 MHz)
tE = 0,045 ms
A two-dimensional image is generated by moving either the object or the camera. The direction of transport is upright to the
sensor axis of the CCD line scan camera. TDI cameras have a
designated motion direction. A proportional image with correct
aspect ratio requires a line synchronous feed motion.
A sharp image of the
scanned object is only
achieved with perfect CCD sensor
synchronization of the pixel #1
transport speed, exposure
time and magnification.
The optimal transport
speed is calculated as:
fL = (2*50 MHz) / (4096 +134)
fL = 22.30 kHz
VO =
WP • β
tE
VO
WP
β
tE
=
=
=
=
[1]
object velocity
pixel width
magnification
exposure time
object
pixel #1
Multiple exposure
of a moving object
Intensity
9. Principle of TDI technology
The principle of TDI is based on the time-delayed multiple
exposure of a moving object. The sensor is composed of 96
CCD line sensors arranged in parallel. At the end of one
period of exposure, the accumulated charges in that line
sensor are shifted to the next line (see right figure). During
the next exposure period, new charges are acquired, added
to the already existing charges and the new sum is again
shifted to the next line. Finally, after 96 exposures, the sum
of all lines is output as a video signal.
Synchronous transport of a scanned object across the field
of the camera actually produces a 96-fold multiple exposure. For each exposure period, the object has moved far
enough that the next sensor line is not only ready for exposure but also already filled with the accumulated charges
from the previous sensor line(s).
Cameras using Time Delayed Integration (TDI) technology have a
sensitivity 96-times greater than
conventional line scan cameras.
TDI line scan cameras are especially useful for dimly-lit objects (e.g.
wafer inspection with dark field illumination) and they can achieve
extremely high measurement and
scan velocities.
To utilize a TDI camera, it is necessary to transport the test object in a designated direction, in
relation to the camera (or vice
versa), and at a defined velocity.
charge transfer
object
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SK2048CTDI
10. Blooming
Signal window: pixel 0 - 2048
Zoom: displayed 2048 from 2048 pixel
255
1
Blooming
Pixels which are saturated caused by over-exposure, i.e.
cannot accumulate more charges, partly transfer their charges to neighboring pixels. This effect is called blooming.
Blooming leads to corruption of the geometrical mapping
between signal and image on the line sensor.
213
170
128
85
42
0
2048
0
SK2048CTDI
CCD line scan cameras with anti-blooming sensor drain the
charge surplus in case of over-exposure via a ’drain gate’.
Neighboring, less exposed pixels are not filled any more. In
spite of over-exposure, the signal structure is maintained
accurately.
Signal window: pixel 0 - 2048
255
2
Zoom: displayed 2048 from 2048 pixel
213
170
128
85
42
0
0
CCD line scan cameras of the CTDI series feature an AntiBlooming sensor and thus have a protection against over-exposure. However, the blooming drain gate has limited capacity.
3
2048
SK2048CTDI
Signal window: pixel 0 - 2048
Zoom: displayed 2048 from 2048 pixel
255
213
170
In general:
128
85
The less pixels are overexposed, the better the anti-blooming
effect of the drain gate. For individual pixels the charge surplus
of up to the 2000-fold saturation charge is drained. With an increasing number of overexposed pixels, the drainable charge
surplus is reduced. The electronic of the CTDI camera series
supports the blooming-control features of the sensor.
42
0
0
2048
Oscilloscopic displays of CCD line signals (bar code with incident light), SK2048CTDI
1 CCD line signal with center-accentuated illumination and
steep signal edges. Integration time tA= 0,158 ms
2 Over-exposure by means of longer integration time (tA=
0,533 ms). The blooming effect in the sensor is initi ted
by modifying the blooming control voltage (low VA). Signal structures are distorted.
3 Blooming control voltage limits the output signal of the
sensor to approx. 90% of the saturation voltage VSAT.
The anti-blooming function is active. With even longer integration time (tA= 0,806 ms), the edge positions of
Figure 1 are maintained.
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11. Dimension Drawings
1
1 CCD Line scan Camera
SK4096CTDI-XL
2
mounted with:
3
2 Focus adapter FA26-S45
3 Extension ring ZR-L...
4
4 Lens adapter M39-45
5 Macro lens 1:1,
APO-Rodagon D1x 4.0/75
5
CameraLink case group CC5
Lens thread M72 x 0.75
* flange length (CCD-Sensor)
34/M4/4x90°
2.5
CCD-Sensor
10
12
8*
5
726.8
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□ 84
□ 75/M4
46 x 68
68 x 46
31
M72 x 0.75
□ 84
□ 75/M4
□ 60/Ø6.5
Ø 2.7 DB (8x)
/ Ø5x7
12. Sensor Data
Manufacturer: Fairchild Imaging®
Type:
CCD5045
Data source:: Fairchild Imaging® CCD5045 - Data Sheet
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13. References and warranty
14. European Union Conformity Explanation
This technical manual was provided with largest care. However no guarantee is given that it is free of errors and mistakes.
For the indicated circuits, descriptions and tables no guarantee is assumed concerning third party rights.
With the data in the technical descriptions assembly groups
are specified, no characteristics are assured. The warranty for
the CCD line scan camera amounts to 24 months. The warranty expires with inappropriate interferences.
12
TDI Line Scan Camera SK4096CTDI-XL - Manual (11/2009)
This product is in accordance with
the EC Directive 89/336/EWG. The
requirements of DIN EN 61326
are accomplished.
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