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Cognex MVS-8000 Series
MVS-8100C Hardware Manual
October 2006
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Contents
Preface ......................................................................................................................... 5
Style Conventions Used in This Manual ................................................................ 6
Cognex Offices ...................................................................................................... 7
Chapter 1: Installing the MVS-8100C ......................................................................... 9
Host PC Requirements .......................................................................................... 9
Installing the MVS-8100C ...................................................................................... 9
Installing Cameras ...............................................................................................
Connecting Pulnix TM-6CN Cameras ...........................................................
Configuring Sony DXC-390 Color Cameras .................................................
Connecting Sony XC-003 Color Cameras ....................................................
Configuring Sony XC-55 Cameras ...............................................................
Configuring Sony XC-ES50 Cameras ...........................................................
Configuring Sony XC-ST50 Cameras ...........................................................
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Using Rapid Reset Mode ..................................................................................... 21
Using Genlock Mode ........................................................................................... 21
Using an External Sync Source ........................................................................... 22
Installing External I/O Equipment ........................................................................ 23
Trigger and I/O Expansion Panel ................................................................. 23
Connecting Light Modules ........................................................................... 24
Chapter 2: Installing Light Control Hardware ......................................................... 25
Dynamic Light Control Overview ......................................................................... 25
Bright Field and Dark Field Illumination ........................................................ 26
Light Module Electrical Control .................................................................... 26
Connecting a Light Module .................................................................................
Primary and Auxiliary Light Modules ............................................................
One Primary Per Camera ......................................................................
One Primary, One Auxiliary per Camera ...............................................
Light Module Wiring ......................................................................................
Connecting A Light Module ..........................................................................
Connecting One Camera, Two Light Modules .............................................
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Chapter 3: Cognex MVS-8100C Hardware .............................................................. 33
Mechanical Specifications ................................................................................... 35
Environmental Requirements ........................................................................ 36
Electrical Specifications .......................................................................................
Power Requirements ....................................................................................
Fuses ............................................................................................................
Camera Ports ................................................................................................
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Camera Port Expansion Panel ...............................................................
Camera Expansion Header ...................................................................
Camera Port Termination Jumpers ........................................................
Light Ports .....................................................................................................
Output Power Indicator LEDs .......................................................................
Trigger and I/O Expansion Panel .................................................................
Trigger Input ..........................................................................................
Status Output .........................................................................................
Strobe Output ........................................................................................
Jumper Settings for the MVS-8100C ............................................................
MVS-8100C Cameras and Camera Cables ..................................................
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Index ........................................................................................................................... 53
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Cognex MVS-8100C Hardware Manual
Preface
This manual describes the Cognex MVS-8100C frame grabber, and has the following
chapters:
Chapter 1, Installing the MVS-8100C, describes how you configure and install the
Cognex MVS-8100C.
Chapter 2, Installing Light Control Hardware, describes the connection of dynamic light
control modules.
Chapter 3, Cognex MVS-8100C Hardware, describes the Cognex MVS-8100C in detail,
including environmental and power requirements, and mechanical and electrical
specifications. This chapter also describes the electrical interface to the Cognex
MVS-8100C.
Throughout this manual and in Cognex software documentation, the name of the
Cognex MVS-8100C may be abbreviated to 8100C.
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Style Conventions Used in This Manual
This manual uses the following style conventions:
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types, and macros. Also used for user
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Installing the
MVS-8100C
1
This chapter describes how to install an MVS-8100C into your PC, and how you connect
peripheral equipment such as triggers, strobes, external sync sources, and light
modules.
Host PC Requirements
To install the MVS-8100C, the host PC should meet the following minimum requirements:
•
The motherboard’s chip set must be fully compliant with the PCI 2.1 specifications
or later. Motherboards with Intel chip sets that support Intel Pentium MMX, Celeron,
Pentium II, Pentium III, Pentium 4, and Xeon CPUs are known to be compliant.
Motherboards with VIA chip sets that support the AMD K6-2 and Athlon CPUs are
known to be compliant.
•
One available two-thirds length PCI slot for the MVS-8100C.
•
A CD-ROM drive, or access to one over a network, to install the Cognex software.
Additional requirements may be imposed by your Cognex software package. Check the
Cognex software’s release notes for the software’s requirements, if any, on:
•
Minimum recommended CPU speed
•
Host operating system, including the supported service pack release level
•
Supported video cards
•
Desktop color depth (the number of colors displayable)
•
Desktop size (the number of pixels displayable in width and height on your screen)
•
The presence of a mouse or other pointing device
Installing the MVS-8100C
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage your Cognex hardware.
We recommend the use of a grounded anti-static wrist strap when
handling any electronic components.
Caution
To install the MVS-8100C frame grabber, follow these steps:
1.
Before you install the MVS-8100C, study the jumper settings described in Table 2
on page 14 and Table 20 on page 48. Make all required jumper changes.
2.
Turn off the PC.
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3.
1
Remove the cover of the host PC and select a PCI slot for the MVS-8100C. The
MVS-8100C requires a PCI slot that supports 5 V signalling. The MVS-8100C’s PCI
bus connector is slotted to allow placement only in a 5 V slot (which are the most
commonly found PCI slot types).
Motherboard PCI slots are keyed to allow acceptance of boards that use either 5 V
or 3.3 V signalling, or both. The bus connectors on all PCI boards are slotted to
disallow placement of the board in the wrong type of slot. PCI slot keys are
described in the following table and diagram.
PCI Slot Type
Key in PCI Slot
Supports 3.3 volt boards
Key is towards the back of the PC
Supports 5 volt boards
Key is towards the front of the PC
Table 1.
PCI slot types
64-bit PCI or PCI-X slots
Figure 1.
Caution
10
5 volt key
key
3.3 volt key
5 volt key
3.3 volt key
Back of PC
Front of PC
32-bit PCI slots
PCI slot types
Failure to properly attach and configure the external power cord to
your MVS-8100C as described in the following steps may result in
damage to your frame grabber, motherboard, or both.
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4.
Verify that a jumper covers pins 2 and 3 on connector J3 in the upper-left corner of
the MVS-8100C, as shown in Figure 2.
J3
1 2 3
J2
External
power
connector
To PC’s power supply
Figure 2.
Caution
External power connector and jumper setting
5.
Press the card into its slot until it is seated firmly, and replace the slot cover screw.
6.
Locate the MVS-8100C’s external +12 V power connector at J2, as shown in
Figure 2. Connect the 12 V power cable adapter (P/N 300-0175) to your PC’s power
supply and to the connector at J2. This cable provides additional power when
multiple cameras are used. Both connectors are keyed, and can only be inserted
one way.
Before you attach cameras, be sure the PC’s power is OFF.
Attaching live equipment to the MVS-8100C can result in electrical
damage.
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7.
1
If you are using a second color camera, or monochrome cameras 2 and 3, attach
the camera port expansion panel (P/N 300-0245) to the PC’s back panel in an
unused bus slot position. Connect the expansion panel’s 40-pin cable to the
MVS-8100C. The 40-pin cable plugs into two connectors on the MVS-8100C, J12
and J5, and straddles the gap between them. Take care to match up the red edge
of the 40-wire ribbon cable with pin 1 on the J12 connector.
J12
J5
J3
Pin 1
Figure 3.
12
Location of pin 1 on camera expansion header (J12) and light port
expansion header (J5)
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8.
Connect cameras to the MVS-8100C using the appropriate Cognex camera cable
as listed in Table 21 on page 50. Figure 4 shows the numbering of the camera
connectors on the MVS-8100C’s back panel and on the camera port expansion
panel. See Installing Cameras on page 14 for more on connecting cameras.
C
A
M
0
C
A
M
2
C
A
M
1
C
A
M
3
Light ports 0 and 1
Back panel of MVS-8100C
Figure 4.
Light ports 2 and 3
Camera port expansion panel
Port locations on MVS-8100C back panel and expansion panel
The MVS-8100C’s camera connectors are similar to the connector
for a standard VGA monitor. Attaching a VGA monitor to a camera
connector can cause the MVS-8100C to malfunction. However, the
PolySwitch resettable fuse on the camera port should protect the
board from permanent damage. Normal operation is restored after
the incorrect connection is removed.
Caution
9.
Replace the PC’s cover.
10. Connect light modules and external I/O equipment to the MVS-8100C before
applying power to the PC.
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Installing Cameras
You can connect from one to four monochrome cameras (EIA or CCIR) or up to two RGB
color cameras. Jumper settings on the MVS-8100C select color or monochrome mode.
You cannot combine color and monochrome cameras at the same time.
When you set the jumpers for color mode, camera ports 0 and 2 are disconnected and
should not be used. Connect color cameras only to camera ports 1 or 3.
Table 2 shows the MVS-8100C’s camera connection options. See Table 21 on page 50
to determine the Cognex cable part number for your camera.
Mode
Jumper
Pins
One color
camera
JP10
Cover pins 2-3 *
J1
Cover pins 1-2 *
Two color
cameras
JP10, JP11
Cover pins 2-3 *
J1, J7
Cover pins 1-2 *
One or two
monochrome
cameras
JP10
Cover pins 1-2
J1
Sets rapid reset mode.
See Table 3 on page 21.
One to four
monochrome
cameras
JP10, JP11
Cover pins 1-2
J1, J7
Sets rapid reset mode.
See Table 3 on page 21.
Use
camera
ports
Requires
Camera
Expansion
Panel?
1
No
1 and 3
Yes
0 and 1
No
0, 1, 2,
and 3
Yes
* Factory default setting
Table 2.
MVS-8100C camera connection options
On all vertically-oriented MVS-8100C jumpers, pin 1 is at the top of the board. On all
horizontally-oriented jumpers, pin 1 is at the left of the board. Figure 5 shows the factory
default settings of the color/monochrome selection jumpers.
1
2
3
JP11 J7
Figure 5.
14
JP10
J1
Top of MVS-8100C
Slot cover with camera and light ports
1 2 3
MVS-8100C jumper orientation
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Connecting Pulnix TM-6CN Cameras
The Pulnix TM-6CN camera supplies synchronization signals to the MVS-8100C. The
MVS-8100C needs no special hardware settings when using camera-supplied sync
signals from monochrome cameras. As long as the Cognex vision processing software
is set up to use a Pulnix TM-6CN, the sync signals will be handled correctly. The only
hardware setting required to use the TM-6CN is to set the MVS-8100C for use with
monochrome cameras, as shown in Table 2 on page 14.
Configuring Sony DXC-390 Color Cameras
The MVS-8100C supports the use of the Sony DXC-390 color camera. If you purchase
your DXC-390 camera from Cognex, it arrives ready to use with Cognex software.
Sony DXC-390 cameras purchased from Cognex may be labeled
DXC-390/C on the camera body or on the shipping box or both. The
/C designation applies to cameras that have been set up as
described in the following steps.
Note
If you purchase your DXC-390 from a third party, you must configure the camera as
shown in the following steps.
The following procedure expands the effective horizontal imaging area of the DXC-390
by 200 ns per line, and reduces the video noise level.
1.
Remove and carefully set aside the seven small screws that fasten the top cover of
the DXC-390. Remove the top cover.
2.
Locate switch S102 as shown in Figure 6.
S102
Figure 6.
3.
Sony DXC-390 with cover removed
Use a small screwdriver to move switch S102 to the down position, labeled ADJ.
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4.
Connect an NTSC monitor to the camera’s composite video connector labeled
VIDEO OUT.
5.
Provide power to the camera through the Hirose connector labeled DC IN/VBS .
Live video now displays on the monitor.
To provide +12 V power to the camera, you can connect the Hirose branch of the
Cognex camera cable from an MVS-8100C in a powered-on PC, or you can provide
power from a bench power supply.
6.
Press the MENU button and observe the video monitor. With switch S102 in its
normal up position, the MENU button displays a setup menu. With switch S102 in
the down position, pressing MENU displays numeric registers plus one setup line
of text at the bottom of the screen.
The bottom setup line reads “DSPAdj No. 00 Data 00” This is DSP adjustment
number 00, containing the data value 00.
7.
Press the Í and Î buttons at the same time. This resets the setup line to its middle
position, where the DSP adjustment number is 240, and data value is 8C.
8.
Press the Î button until the DSP adjustment number is 336. You can hold in the Î
button to fast forward the change in adjustment numbers.
9.
At DSP adjustment number 336, press the Ï or Ð buttons as required to change
the data value from 32 to 3C.
10. Press the Í and Î buttons at the same time to return the setup line to DSP
adjustment number 240 and data value 8C.
11. Press the Í button until the DSP adjustment number is 207. Hold the button in to
fast forward.
12. At DSP adjustment number 207, press the Ï or Ð buttons as required to change
the data value from F9 to 40.
13. Carefully slide switch S102 to its up position, labeled OPE. Press the MENU button
to make sure the standard SETUP menu displays, and not the DSPAdj line.
14. Power off the camera by removing the Hirose cable from the DC IN/VBS connector.
Then remove the video out cable, and replace and refasten the top cover on the
DXC-390.
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Connecting Sony XC-003 Color Cameras
Follow these steps to connect a Sony XC-003 to the MVS-8100C, using Cognex camera
cable 300-0243.
1.
Use the XC-003 in its default configuration. There is no need to set jumpers or
switches, or to use the XC-003’s menu configuration system to prepare the camera
for use with the MVS-8100C.
2.
Power off the PC containing the MVS-8100C. Do not connect cameras or peripheral
equipment to the MVS-8100C when powered on.
3.
Connect cable 300-0243’s 15-pin port to camera port 1 or 3 on the MVS-8100C. Do
not connect a color camera to ports 0 or 2.
4.
Connect the cable’s round Hirose connector to the XC-003’s DC IN/VBS port.
4
5
RGB/SYNC
2
3
6
7
8
9
1
LENS
VIDEO OUT
9
1
DC IN/VBS
8
2
10
3
7
12
11
6
4
5
Figure 7.
5.
Rear connections on Sony XC-003 camera
Connect the cable’s DB-9 connector to the RGB/SYNC port on the XC-003.
The MVS-8100C supports one or two XC-003 cameras. When using an XC-003, set up
your MVS-8100C for use with color cameras, as shown in Table 2 on page 14.
Configuring Sony XC-55 Cameras
The MVS-8100C supports the use of the Sony XC-55 and XC-55BB cameras. If you
purchase your XC-55 cameras from Cognex, they arrive ready to use with the
MVS-8100C. If you purchase your XC-55 from a third party, you must configure the
camera as shown in this section.
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The XC-55/55BB, as shipped from Sony, is configured to emulate the Sony XC-75
camera. Cognex recommends instead using the XC-55/55BB in its E-DONPISHA II
trigger shutter mode for best performance. Two switch settings convert the XC-55/55BB
to trigger shutter mode; one switch is external, while the other is internal. Follow this
procedure:
1.
On the rear panel of the XC-55/55BB, locate the 1N/1I switch. Place this switch in
the 1N position.
2.
Remove the cover of the camera control module. Inside the camera control module,
locate the circuit board labeled SG-257.
On the SG-257 circuit board, locate rotary switch S2, which is in the upper right of
a set of four rotary switches as you hold the camera with its top cover up and the
lens mount on the right. Set this switch to the E position.
When used with the MVS-8100C, the Sony XC-55/55BB must be connected with Cognex
camera cable 300-0239.
The MVS-8100C supports up to four XC-55/55BB cameras. When using an XC-55/55BB,
set up your MVS-8100C as follows:
•
Set the MVS-8100C for use with monochrome cameras, as shown in Table 2 on
page 14.
•
When using camera ports 1 or 3, set the MVS-8100C to use rapid reset mode, as
described in Using Rapid Reset Mode on page 21.
Configuring Sony XC-ES50 Cameras
The MVS-8100C supports the use of the Sony XC-ES50 family of cameras, including the
XC-ES50 and XC-ES50CE. If you purchase your XC-ES50 cameras from Cognex, they
arrive ready to use. If you purchase your XC-ES50 from a third party, you must configure
the camera as shown in this section.
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Figure 8 shows the back panel of the Sony XC-ES50 camera with the switches in their
factory default position.
VIDEO OUT/DC IN/SYNC
SHUT
FR/FL
TRIG
γ
MAGC
ON OFF EXT INT MIN MAX
75Ω HT/VD M GAIN
Figure 8.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
O
N
Sony XC-ES50 camera back panel
To configure the switches for the Sony XC-ES50 camera:
1.
Configure the 10-position DIP switch as shown in Figure 8.
You can set switch 5 to ON in factory default mode to use field
integration rather than frame integration (single field and
half-resolution video formats only).
Note
2.
Set the manual gain switch in the fully vertical position.
3.
Set the HD/VD switch to external (EXT).
Set the 75Ω switch to ON.
Configuring Sony XC-ST50 Cameras
The MVS-8100C supports the use of the Sony XC-ST50 cameras. If you purchase your
XC-ST50 cameras from Cognex, they arrive ready to use with the MVS-8100C. If you
purchase your XC-ST50 from a third party, you must configure the camera as shown in
this section.
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Figure 9 shows the back panel of the Sony XC-ST50 camera with the switches in their
default positions.
VIDEO
OUT
DC IN
SYNC
INT EXT
γ ON
OFF
A
M
F
GAIN
Figure 9.
75Ω OFF ON
+
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
O
N
TRIG
Sony XC-ST50 camera back panel
To configure the switch for the Sony XC-ST50 camera:
1.
Set switch 5 to ON in free-running mode to use field integration
rather than frame integration (single field and half-resolution video
formats only).
Note
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Configure the 8-position DIP switch as shown in Figure 9.
2.
Set gain to the “F” position.
3.
Set the INT EXT switch to external (EXT).
4.
Set TRIG to +.
5.
Set gamma (γ) to off.
6.
Set the 75Ω switch to ON.
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Using Rapid Reset Mode
No special hardware settings are required to use an electronically shuttered (rapid
reset) monochrome camera, such as the Sony XC-55, on the MVS-8100C’s camera
ports 0 or 2. However, for camera ports 1 and 3, the factory default configuration is to
support color cameras. To use a rapid reset camera on camera ports 1 or 3, set jumpers
on the MVS-8100C as shown in Table 3.
MVS-8100C
Camera Port
Factory Default Setting
Rapid Reset (XC-55) Setting
0
None
No jumper changes required
1
J1, pins 1-2 covered
Cover pins 2-3 on J1
2
None
No jumper changes required
3
J7, pins 1-2 covered
Cover pins 2-3 on J7
Table 3.
Jumper settings for rapid reset mode
Using Genlock Mode
In genlock mode, the MVS-8100C synchronizes to the composite sync (CSYNC) signal
from the camera. When a camera runs in this mode, it generates H and V sync signals
and mixes them with the video signal to produce composite video. The MVS-8100C
strips the composite sync signal from the composite video and locks onto it.
No special hardware settings are required to use genlock mode on monochrome
cameras connected to any camera port. However, you must set jumpers on the
MVS-8100C to use genlock mode for color cameras connected to camera ports 1 or 3,
as shown in Table 4.
MVS-8100C Color
Camera Port
Factory Default Setting
Setting for Genlock Mode
for Color Cameras
1
J8, pins 1-2 covered
Cover pins 2-3 on J8
3
J13, pins 1-2 covered
Cover pins 2-3 on J13
Table 4.
Note
Jumper settings for Genlock mode for color cameras
The Sony XC-003 color camera does not support genlock mode.
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Using an External Sync Source
The MVS-8100C supports the use of an external source for HDRIVE and VDRIVE signals.
You can synchronize one to four cameras to the external drive signals.
Note the following points when using an external sync source on the MVS-8100C:
•
Your cameras must be set in software to use genlock mode in order to synchronize
with the external source. If you’re using a color camera in genlock mode, see Using
Genlock Mode for more information.
•
Connect the external HDRIVE signal to pin 22, and the external VDRIVE signal to
pin 18, of jack J6 on the MVS-8100C. Use pins 20 and 24 as ground returns. See
Table 19 on page 44 for the translation between the pins on J6 and the external
DB-25 port.
•
Set jumpers JP6 and JP7 as shown in Table 5.
Jumper
Factory Default Setting
Setting for External Sync Mode
JP6
Pins 2-3 covered. Routes the
VDRIVE signal from the
MVS-8100C to the camera.
Pins 1-2 covered. Routes the
VDRIVE signal to the MVS-8100C
from an external source
connected to jack J6.
JP7
Pins 2-3 covered. Routes the
HDRIVE signal from the
MVS-8100C to the camera.
Pins 1-2 covered. Routes the
HDRIVE signal to the MVS-8100C
from an external source
connected to jack J6.
Table 5.
Note
22
Jumper settings for external sync mode
The settings for jumpers JP6 and JP7 affect all four camera ports. If
you set these jumpers to use an external sync source, then you must
use the external sync source on all cameras connected to the
MVS-8100C.
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Installing External I/O Equipment
You can connect the following peripheral equipment to the MVS-8100C:
•
One to four trigger pulse generators to trigger image acquisitions on monochrome
cameras
•
One to four strobe lights to allow MVS-8100C-controlled illumination of the scene
under one to four monochrome cameras
•
One status output line that can be used by your vision processing application, for
example, to control a parts reject switch.
•
External camera synchronization signals.
•
One to four light modules, which allow software-controlled dynamic light adjustment
of the scene under a camera lens.
Trigger and I/O Expansion Panel
To connect trigger, strobe, status, or external sync lines, use the trigger and I/O
expansion panel (P/N 300-0240) included with your MVS-8100C. Secure the expansion
panel to an unused bus slot position on the PC’s back panel. A 25-line ribbon cable
extends from the trigger and I/O expansion panel to the pin block at position J6, in the
upper right corner of the MVS-8100C.
25
13
14
1
Pin 1
Red wire must connect to pin 1
Figure 10. Trigger and I/O expansion panel (P/N 300-0240)
Connect wires from trigger, strobe, or external synchronization equipment to
appropriate positions of the trigger and I/O expansion panel’s DB-25F port, using the
pinout in Table 19 on page 44 as a guide.
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Connecting Light Modules
Connect light modules such as the Cognex acuLight and Ultralight as described in
Chapter 2, Installing Light Control Hardware on page 25.
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This chapter describes how to connect the acuLight and UltraLight light modules to the
MVS-8100C frame grabber.
Dynamic Light Control Overview
The term light module refers to any of the following Cognex products: acuLight,
acuLight II, UltraLight, or UltraLight II. A light module provides dynamic
software-controllable illumination to a camera’s field of view. A light module can be
attached around the camera lens or mounted separately.
Cognex frame grabber hardware and Cognex software can be used together to control
Cognex light modules dynamically. This means that power to the LED arrays in the light
module can be adjusted up or down in mode and intensity to obtain the best image to
capture for vision processing. Dynamic control of lighting is especially important in chip
wafer manufacturing, where light shining onto the reflective surface of the wafer can
make images hard to capture.
Figure 11 shows two sets of wafer scribe images, each with and without light module
illumination.
Before
After
Figure 11. Examples of image improvement with dynamic light control
The light module works with Cognex software to achieve the optimal contrast between
a wafer scribe mark and the background.
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Bright Field and Dark Field Illumination
Cognex light modules provide two sets of LED arrays, for both bright field and dark field
illumination. The two sets of LED arrays are shown in Figure 12.
Bright field LEDs
Dark field LEDs
Figure 12. Bright and dark field LEDs on light modules
The light module’s bright field LEDs produce nearly on-axis diffuse illumination. The
bright field LEDs direct the light so that it hits the object at almost the same direction as
the camera lens. Bright field illumination allows the camera to capture the intensity of the
light reflected from the surface of the object.
Dark field illumination directs light at the object from an angle, providing off-axis diffuse
illumination. Dark field illumination is used to inspect the roughness of surfaces that
normally reflect light, such as metal. If illumination in one direction does not produce a
clear image, you can use dark field illumination in multiple directions.
Cognex software is used to vary the ratio of bright field to dark field illumination to obtain
the best image for vision processing.
Light Module Electrical Control
The light control circuitry associated with each camera input port on the MVS-8100C can
provide up to 250 mA at 12 volts (3 watts) to each light module. Power for each port is
fused with a 500 mA PolySwitch resettable fuse.
Each light module will sink up to 125 mA of current. The amount of current is software
selectable in 256 steps from 0 to 125 mA.
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When using one or more light control modules, Cognex strongly recommends setting
jumper J3 with pins 2-3 covered, and using the external 12 V power cable, P/N
300-0175. This is because PCI slots are limited by the PCI standard to providing no more
than 750 mA per slot. See installation step 4 on page 11 for instructions.
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Connecting a Light Module
This section describes how to connect light modules to your Cognex frame grabber
Primary and Auxiliary Light Modules
Light ports are numbered the same as their associated camera port, from 0 to 3.
One Primary Per Camera
Your Cognex frame grabber supports one primary light module per camera port, for one
to four cameras. When using one light module per camera, connect the light module to
the light port numbered the same as the camera port. Thus, for example, connect a light
module to light port 2 to illuminate the scene under the camera attached to camera
port 2. The case of one primary light module per camera port is summarized in Table 6.
Camera port
Lights per
camera
Light module purpose
Connect to light port
Camera 0
1
Primary for camera 0
0
Camera 1
1
Primary for camera 1
1
Camera 2
1
Primary for camera 2
2
Camera 3
1
Primary for camera 3
3
Table 6.
Case 1, standard configuration of one light module per camera port
One Primary, One Auxiliary per Camera
Your Cognex software package may also support the use of two light modules each for
one or two camera ports. When there are two light modules per camera port, one light
module is primary and one auxiliary. Two light modules per camera can be used, for
example, to simultaneously illuminate the camera’s field of view from the top and from
the side.
If your Cognex software package supports primary and auxiliary light modules, the
primary light port is always the one with the same number as the camera port. For the
auxiliary light port, you can select any one of the other three light ports, as long as it is
not used for another camera’s primary light port. For example, if you connect a primary
light module for camera 0 to light port 0, you can connect an auxiliary light module to
any unused light port among 1, 2, or 3.
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Table 7 illustrates the case of using the adjacent unused light port to connect the
auxiliary light module for two cameras.
Camera port
Lights per
camera
Light module purpose
Connect to light port
Camera 0
2
Primary for camera 0
0
Auxiliary for camera 0
1
Primary for camera 2
2
Auxiliary for camera 2
3
Not used
Camera 2
2
Not used
Table 7.
Case 2, using adjacent light ports for auxiliary
Table 8 illustrates the case of grouping the camera and primary light ports together on
the lower numbered ports, and grouping the auxiliary light ports together on the higher
numbered ports.
Camera port
Lights per
camera
Light module purpose
Connect to light port
Camera 0
2
Primary for camera 0
0
Camera 1
2
Primary for camera 1
1
Not used
Auxiliary for camera 0
2
Not used
Auxiliary for camera 1
3
Table 8.
Case 3, pairing cameras together and auxiliaries together
Your Cognex software package may also support borrowing a light port from another
camera port that has a camera connected but no light module. In this case, you can
connect up to four cameras, of which two cameras have two light modules each and two
cameras have no light modules. This rare configuration is illustrated in Table 9.
Camera port
Lights per
camera
Light module purpose
Connect to light port
Camera 0
2
Primary for camera 0
0
Camera 1
0
Auxiliary for camera 0
1
Camera 2
2
Primary for camera 2
2
Camera 3
0
Auxiliary for camera 2
3
Table 9.
Case 4, rare configuration of borrowed light ports
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Note that case 4 is the same as case 2, but with two extra cameras attached and usable.
Light Module Wiring
To connect light modules, use the MVS-8100C light module cable P/N 300-0246. This
cable splits the 8-pin DIN light port on the MVS-8100C (or on the camera port expansion
panel) into two RJ-11 jacks, labeled Light 0/2 and Light 1/3. Cable 300-0246 ships with
two RJ-11 modular couplers.
Always use the modular coupler (Amp part number 555050-1)
provided with this cable. Other RJ-11 couplers, especially those
provided for home telephone wiring, may look the same but do not
provide the same wiring configuration internally, and may reverse
the bright and dark field light control lines.
Note
The light port number is the same as that of the associated camera port. For example,
light port 0 is associated with camera port 0, light port 1 with camera port 1, and so on.
For the MVS-8100C, light port numbering depends on where cable 300-0246 is used:
•
When plugged into the DIN-8 port on the MVS-8100C, it supplies connections to
light ports 0 and 1.
•
When plugged in the DIN-8 port on the camera port expansion panel, it supplies
connections to light ports 2 and 3.
The light module package includes a length of standard four-wire North American RJ-11
telephone cable to connect between the light module and the couplers on the end of the
light module cable.
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1.
Connect the light module cable to the DIN port on the back panel of the MVS-8100C
(or to the DIN port on the camera port expansion panel).
2.
Connect a modular coupler to each RJ-11 end on the two branches of the light
module cable.
3.
Connect the provided RJ-11 cable between the modular coupler and the light
module’s RJ-11 input port.
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Figure 13 shows the connection of one camera with one primary light module to camera
port 0. This figure illustrates the top line of case 1 (Table 6 on page 28).
C
A
M
0
C
A
M
1
Light module
cable
P/N 300-0246
Cognex
camera
cable
Four-wire
RJ-11 cable
Amp RJ-11 coupler
8100C
Figure 13. Connecting one primary light module
Connecting One Camera, Two Light Modules
To connect a primary and an auxiliary light module for use with one camera, connect the
auxiliary light module to the other branch of the light module cable.
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Figure 14 illustrates the top two lines, highlighted in green, of case 2 (Table 7 on
page 29).
C
A
M
0
C
A
M
1
Cognex
camera
cable
Light module
cable
P/N 300-0246
Four-wire
RJ-11 cable
Amp RJ-11 coupler
8100C
Figure 14. Connecting two light modules to one camera
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This chapter describes the Cognex MVS-8100C image acquisition board that can be
used with Cognex 8000 series software.
The MVS-8100C is a 32-bit PCI bus frame grabber that fits into a single slot in your PC.
The 8100C can:
•
Acquire images from monochrome or color cameras
•
Support up to four monochrome camera inputs, or up to two color camera inputs
•
Transfer acquired images over the PCI bus to memory on the host PC
Table 10 summarizes the capabilities of the MVS-8100C. More detail about each feature
is provided later in this chapter.
Frame Grabber Feature
Cognex MVS-8100C
Image acquisition timing
supported
RS-170, CCIR, NTSC, PAL, RGB
Acquired image size with Cognex
software
640x480 (RS-170 and NTSC)
768x570 (CCIR and PAL)
640x480 (asynchronous reset)
Acquired monochrome image
resolution
8 bits per pixel
Acquired color image resolution
24 bits per pixel
Camera input ports
2 monochrome or 1 color
4 monochrome or 2 color with expansion panel
Camera power supplied by board
Yes
Source of synchronization signals
From the MVS-8100C, from the currently
selected camera (in Genlock mode), or from an
external H and V drive sync source
Overlapped image acquisition and
processing
Yes
External trigger support
Four high-speed optically isolated trigger
inputs
Strobe support
Four high-speed open-collector strobe outputs
Output signal line
Optically isolated accept/reject control
Table 10. MVS-8100C features
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Frame Grabber Feature
Cognex MVS-8100C
External light control
Dynamic light intensity control for up to two
external camera lights (up to four with
expansion panel)
Board power requirements
The PCI connector is slotted only for 5 V
signaling and must be placed in 5 V PCI slot.
Table 10. MVS-8100C features
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Mechanical Specifications
The Cognex MVS-8100C is 107 mm (4.2 inches) high by 194 mm (7.6 inches) long and
occupies a single PCI bus slot. Figure 15 shows the major components and jumper
locations on the MVS-8100C. All jumpers are shown in their factory default positions. The
effect of various jumper settings is described in Table 20 on page 48.
Note
The factory default position of jumper J16 is different for different
MVS-8100C revisions. For revisions A, B, and C the jumper covers
pins 2 and 3. For revision D, the jumper covers pins 1 and 2.
External power
connector
Camera
expansion
header
Lights
expansion
header
Trigger and I/O
connector
Power LEDs
Fuse
J12
JP11 J7
J6
J5
F9
JP17
J15
J2
Camera 0
JP2
JP8 JP9 JP13
J13
JP4
JP14
JP6
JP10
107 ± 0.5 mm
J3
JP7
J9
J1
JP12
Camera 1
JP15 JP3
J8
JP1
(rev. D)
JP5
Light ports 0 and 1
J16
(rev. A, B, and C)
J16
194 ± 1.0 mm
205 ± 1.5 mm
Figure 15. 8100C component location
On the 8100C, pin 1 is to the left of all horizontal jumper blocks, and is at the top of all
vertical jumper blocks.
Two camera ports and a double light port are on the board’s back panel. The
MVS-8100C ships with a trigger and I/O expansion panel (P/N 300-0240) that provides
external access to the trigger and I/O connector’s signals. An optional camera port
expansion panel (P/N 300-0245) is available to bring the signals from ports J12 and J5
out to two camera ports and another double light port. Both expansion panels occupy a
back panel slot, but do not connect to the PCI bus.
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Environmental Requirements
Table 11 lists the environmental requirements for the MVS-8100C image acquisition
board. These specifications are for the environment inside the PC where the MVS-8100C
is installed.
Operating Conditions
Storage Conditions
Temperature
10° to 45° C
–40° to 65° C
Humidity
(non-condensing)
10% to 90%
10% to 90%
Table 11. Environmental requirements
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Electrical Specifications
This section describes the electrical specifications of the MVS-8100C including power
requirements, signal descriptions, and a summary of how jumpers are used. Refer to
Figure 15 on page 35 for the location of the ports, headers, and LEDs described in this
section.
Power Requirements
Caution
Failure to properly attach and configure the external power cord to
your MVS-8100C (as described in Installing the MVS-8100C on
page 9) may result in damage to your frame grabber, motherboard,
or both. Refer to the Installation manual for details.
Power to the board is provided through the PCI bus for +5 VDC and –12 VDC. The
+12 VDC power is provided through a connection to the PC’s power supply.
Voltage
Tolerance
Requirements
Ripple
+5 VDC
± 5%
1.5 A
100 mV
+12 VDC
± 10%
200 mA (See note)
100 mV
–12 VDC
± 10%
200 mA
100 mV
Table 12. MVS-8100C power requirements
Note
The 200 mA draw for +12 VDC shown in Table 12 is the power
required for the MVS-8100C board itself. Additional +12 VDC power
is required for each attached camera and light module. See Fuses
for a discussion of the additional power requirements.
Fuses
Attached cameras and light modules draw from the MVS-8100C’s available +12 V
power. Each camera can draw up to 500 mA of current and is fused for fault currents at
1 A. Each light module can draw up to 250 mA of current and is fused for fault currents
at 500 mA. All cameras and lights are collectively fused at 3.5 A by the fuse at position
F9. That is, if the sum of the currents of all cameras and light modules exceeds 3.5 A,
fuse F9 will blow. Note that the sum of the maximum allowable currents for each
individual camera and light module totals to 3 A.
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The fuse at board position F9, Cognex P/N 121-0036, is Littlefuse part number 47303.5,
Pico Fuse 3.5 A Slow Blow.
Camera Ports
The MVS-8100C receives analog video signals through four video input ports referred
to as cameras 0, 1, 2, and 3. Each video port is capable of supplying power and
synchronization signals to its camera.
Cameras 0 and 1 connect through high-density, 15-pin, HD-15F connectors located on
the MVS-8100C’s back panel. Cameras 2 and 3 connect through HD-15F connectors
located on the camera port expansion panel (P/N 300-0245).
When the MVS-8100C is jumpered for use with color cameras, camera ports 0 and 2 are
not used. Only ports 1 and 3 are used for connecting color cameras. Consequently, the
pinout for camera ports 0 and 2 differs from that of ports 1 and 3.
The pinout for camera ports 0 and 2 is shown in Table 13.
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
No connect
9
+12 VDC, camera
2
Video (Monochrome)
10
GND (+12V return)
3
Rapid reset line out
11
Shield
4
+12 VDC, camera
12
HDRIVE Ground
5
GND (+12V return)
13
HDRIVE Signal
6
No connect
14
VDRIVE Signal
7
GND, video
15
VDRIVE Ground
8
No connect
Table 13. Pinout for camera ports 0 and 2
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The pinout for camera ports 1 and 3 is shown in Table 14.
Pin
Signal when jumpered for
color camera
Signal when jumpered for
monochrome camera
1
Video (Red)
No connect
2
Video (Green)
Video (monochrome)
3
Video (Blue)
Rapid reset line out
4
+12 VDC, camera
+12 VDC, camera
5
GND (+12V return)
GND (+12V return)
6
GND, video
No connect
7
GND, video
GND, video
8
GND, video
No connect
9
+12 VDC, camera
+12 VDC, camera
10
GND (+12V return)
GND (+12V return)
11
Shield
Shield
12
HDRIVE Ground
HDRIVE Ground
13
HDRIVE Signal out or CSYNC in
(determined by jumpers J8 and J13)
HDRIVE Signal
14
VDRIVE Signal
VDRIVE Signal
15
VDRIVE Ground
VDRIVE Ground
Table 14. Pinout for camera ports 1 and 3
The HD-15F connector used for all four camera ports is equivalent to Amp part number
748390-5. The jack screw size for connecting cables is #4-40.
Camera Port Expansion Panel
Figure 4 on page 13 shows the expansion panel that carries the camera 2 and 3 signals
to the PC’s back panel. When installing the expansion panel, note that the 40-pin ribbon
cable straddles both J12 and J5 connectors on the MVS-8100C, and that the red edge
of the ribbon cable must align with pin 1 of the J12 connector.
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Camera Expansion Header
If you are creating your own cable for the camera expansion header, use the pinout
information in this section.
Figure 16 shows the pin numbering for the internal camera expansion header.
2 4 6
30
Top edge
of board
1 3 5
29
Figure 16. Pin numbering of internal camera expansion header
Table 15 provides the pinout for the internal camera expansion header.
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
No connect
2
Video (monochrome), CAM2
3
Rapid reset out, CAM2
4
+12 VDC (CAM2 power)
5
GND (+12V return)
6
No connect
7
GND (Video)
8
No connect
9
+12 VDC (CAM2 power)
10
GND (+12V return)
11
Shield
12
HDRIVE Ground, CAM2
13
HDRIVE Signal, CAM2
14
VDRIVE Signal, CAM2
15
VDRIVE Ground, CAM2
16
Shield
17
Video (Red), CAM3
18
Video (Green or Mono), CAM3
19
Video (Blue), CAM3, or rapid
reset line out, CAM3 (set by J7)
20
+12 VDC (CAM3 power)
21
GND (+12V return)
22
GND (Video)
23
GND (Video)
24
GND (Video)
25
+12 VDC (CAM3 power)
26
GND (+12V return)
Table 15. Pinout of the internal camera expansion header
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Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
27
No connect
28
HDRIVE Ground, CAM3
29
VDRIVE Signal, CAM3, or
CSYNC in CAM3 (set by J13)
30
VDRIVE Signal, CAM3
Table 15. Pinout of the internal camera expansion header
Camera Port Termination Jumpers
The MVS-8100C uses eight 2-pin headers to select between 75 Ohm or high impedance
termination of the video input lines. An uncovered jumper block provides a
high-impedance input. To terminate a video input port with a 75-Ohm resistor, cover the
jumper block in the positions shown in Table 16.
75 Ω on monochrome
video input port
75 Ω on RGB color video
input port
Cover jumper
at position
Camera 0 monochrome
Camera 1 Red
JP4
Camera 1 monochrome
Camera 1 Green
JP5
Camera 1 Blue
JP1
Camera 1 CSYNC (Genlock)
JP12
Camera 2 monochrome
Camera 3 Red
JP2
Camera 3 monochrome
Camera 3 Green
JP8
Camera 3 Blue
JP9
Camera 3 CSYNC (Genlock)
JP13
Table 16. Camera port termination jumpers
The MVS-8100C ships with 75 Ohm termination selected for all video input lines (all
termination jumpers are installed). This setting is correct for the majority of installations.
Light Ports
The MVS-8100C uses one or two 8-pin DIN connectors for the connection of light
modules, as described in Installing Light Control Hardware on page 25.
The light port on the MVS-8100C’s back panel breaks out into light ports 0 and 1,
corresponding to camera ports 0 and 1. The light port on the camera port Expansion
panel breaks into light ports 2 and 3.
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Figure 17 shows the pin numbering for both 8-pin DIN light ports.
5
8
2
4
7
1
6
3
Figure 17. Light port pin numbering
Table 17 shows the pinout of the light port on the MVS-8100C’s back panel.
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
Bright field, light port 0
2
+12V (light port 0)
3
Dark field, light port 0
4
+12V (light port 0)
5
Bright field, light port 1
6
+12V (light port 1)
7
Dark field, light port 1
8
+12V (light port 1)
Table 17. Pinout of MVS-8100C’s light port
Light ports for cameras 2 and 3 are available from the lights expansion header (J5) on
the MVS-8100C. Figure 18 shows the pin numbering of the J5 connector.
2 4 6 8
Top edge
of board
1 3 5 7
Figure 18. Pin numbering of lights expansion header (J5)
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Table 18 shows the pinout both of the J5 connector on the MVS-8100C and of the 8-pin
DIN light port on the camera port expansion panel.
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
Bright field, light port 2
2
+12V (light port 2)
3
Dark field, light port 2
4
+12V (light port 2)
5
Bright field, light port 3
6
+12V (light port 3)
7
Dark field, light port 3
8
+12V (light port 3)
Table 18. Pinout of lights expansion header (J5) and light port on expansion panel
Output Power Indicator LEDs
Eight LEDs on the top edge of the MVS-8100C show the status of the resettable fuses
for the camera ports and for each camera’s associated light control port. The LEDs are
normally illuminated when power is on. When an LED is off, it indicates an overcurrent
fault on the associated device port. The ports are protected by PolySwitch resettable
fuses, so removing the overcurrent condition should re-illuminate the LED.
Note
Overcurrent conditions should be corrected immediately.
If all eight indicators are out, it indicates a bad power source, or that the replaceable
fuse at board position F9 is blown. Figure 19 associates each camera and light port with
its indicator LED.
Lights
expansion
header
Power LEDS
CR9
CR8
CR7
CR6
CR2
CR3
CR4
CR5
Camera
expansion
header
3210 3210
Light Cameras
ports
Rear of PC
Figure 19. Top view of MVS-8100C showing power indicator LEDs
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Trigger and I/O Expansion Panel
An expansion panel (P/N 300-0240) is included with your MVS-8100C to carry trigger,
strobe, status, and external sync connections from the 26-pin trigger and I/O header
(J6) on the MVS-8100C to the back of the PC. A 26-pin IDC connector is connected by
a ribbon cable to the expansion panel’s DB-25F port. The red wire in the ribbon cable
must align with pin 1 on the J6 port.
The pin numbering for the J6 port is analogous to that of the J12 port shown in Figure 16
on page 40; that is, pin 1 is in the lower left corner of J6. The trigger and I/O expansion
panel is shown in Figure 10 on page 23.
The pinout for the trigger and I/O expansion panel is shown in Table 19.
26-pin
IDC (J6)
Pin on
DB-25
Signal Name
1
1
STRB3O+
3
2
STRB3O–
5
3
STRB2O+
7
4
STRB2O–
9
5
STRB1O+
11
6
STRB1O–
13
7
STRB0O+
15
8
STRB0O–
17
9
PWR (see note)
19
10
STSOP
21
11
STSO
23
12
STSOR
25
13
GND (see note)
2
14
TRIG3+
4
15
TRIG3–
Function
Strobe output, camera 3
Strobe output, camera 2
Strobe output, camera 1
Strobe output, camera 0
+5 V power for status signal
Status output
Power return for status signal
Trigger input, camera 3
Table 19. Pinout for Trigger and I/O connectors
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26-pin
IDC (J6)
Pin on
DB-25
Signal Name
6
16
TRIG2+
8
17
TRIG2–
10
18
TRIG1+
12
19
TRIG1–
14
20
TRIG0+
16
21
TRIG0–
18
22
EX_VDRIVE_IN
External VDRIVE input
20
23
Digital GND
Return for external VDRIVE
22
24
EX_HDRIVE_IN
External HDRIVE input
24
25
Digital GND
Return for external HDRIVE
26
N/A
No connect
Function
Trigger input, camera 2
Trigger input, camera 1
Trigger input, camera 0
Table 19. Pinout for Trigger and I/O connectors
Note
The PWR (pin 9) and GND (pin 13) connections supply +5 V through
current limiting resistors. This reduces the available voltage with
significant current draw.
Consult your Cognex software documentation for a description of the software interface
for the MVS-8100C’s external I/O connections.
Trigger Input
The trigger input is used to initiate the acquisition of an image from the selected camera
port. Four pairs of connections (TRIGn+ and TRIGn–) provide optically isolated trigger
inputs. To activate a trigger, between 4 V and 13 V must be applied to the terminals. If
your Cognex software package supports it, the trigger’s active polarity state can be
programmable via software.
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The schematic of the external trigger input circuit is shown in Figure 20.
VCC
ILD2
310 Ω ½ W
4.7K
TRGn+
1N916
TRGn–
Figure 20. Trigger input schematic
Status Output
The status output is available for use by your application. The signal connections are
optically isolated. You can use the status output in one of two ways.
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Attach the STSOP and STSOR pins to an optically isolated device.
•
Attach STSOP to PWR and STSOR to GND, and use STSO as a TTL output (the
current-limiting resistors on PWR and GND protect the MVS-8100C and the host
computer).
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The schematic of the status output circuit is shown in Figure 21.
+5V
75 Ω
PWR
STSOP
ILD2
4.7 K
1N916
STSO
1K
1N916
STSOR
24 Ω
GND
Figure 21. Status output schematic
Strobe Output
The strobe output is used to activate a photo strobe at the instant of image acquisition.
The device to be activated should have optically isolated inputs. The strobe output
signal is a pulse of 20 to 30 mA, with a duration of about two horizontal line scans. The
active sense (or polarity) of this output is high.
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The schematic of the strobe output circuit is shown in Figure 22.
VCC
2N5771
1K
1N916
24 Ω
STRBn+
1N916
24 Ω
STRBn–
Figure 22. Strobe output schematic
Jumper Settings for the MVS-8100C
Table 20 lists the jumpers on the MVS-8100C and describes how they are used. To
locate the jumpers on the board, refer to Figure 15 on page 35. On the MVS-8100C,
pin 1 is to the left of all horizontal jumper blocks, and is at the top of all vertical jumper
blocks.
Jumper
Block
Number
of Pins
Factory
default
J1
3
1-2
J1 affects camera port 1. Pins 1-2 must be
covered to use a color camera on port 1.
When a monochrome camera is connected to
port 1, J1 determines rapid reset mode. Cover
pins 1-2 for standard monochrome cameras;
cover pins 2-3 to specify rapid reset mode for
cameras such as the Sony XC-55.
J3
3
2-3
Jumper must cover pins 2-3. Selects source
of +12V power.
J7
3
1-2
J7 has the same setting options as J1, except
that it affects camera port 3.
Purpose
Table 20. Jumper settings for the MVS-8100C
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Jumper
Block
Number
of Pins
Factory
default
J8
3
1-2
Cover pins 1-2 for normal use with color or
mono cameras, with HDRIVE output to
camera 1. Cover pins 2-3 to specify Genlock
mode for a color camera on port 1, with
CSYNC input from camera 1.
J9
3
1-2
Cover pins 1-2 for normal use with color or
mono cameras, with VDRIVE output to
camera 1. Covering pins 2-3 is reserved.
J13
3
1-2
J13 has the same setting options as J8,
except that it affects a color camera on port 3.
J15
3
1-2
Cover pins 1-2 for normal use with color or
mono cameras, with VDRIVE output to
camera 3. Covering pins 2-3 is reserved.
J16
3
*
For MVS-8100C revisions A, B, and C, the
jumper must cover pins 2-3. For MVS-8100C
revision D, the jumper must cover pins 1-2.
Purpose
The revision level is indicated by the last
character shown on the part number labels on
the MVS-8100C.
This jumper is for factory diagnostic use only.
JP1, JP2,
JP4, JP5,
JP8, JP9,
JP12, JP13
2
All
covered
Jumper’s presence selects 75 Ω or absence
selects high impedance termination of the
board’s camera ports. (See Camera Port
Termination Jumpers on page 41 for more
information.)
JP3
2
Open
Reserved for internal use. Do not use.
JP6
3
2-3
Selects source of the VDRIVE signal.
Covering pins 2-3 routes the VDRIVE signal
from the MVS-8100C to the camera. Covering
pins 1-2 routes the VDRIVE signal to the
MVS-8100C from an external source
connected to jack J6.
JP7
3
2-3
Same as JP6, but for the HDRIVE signal.
Table 20. Jumper settings for the MVS-8100C
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Jumper
Block
Number
of Pins
Factory
default
JP10
3
2-3
Covering pins 1-2 specifies cameras 0 and 1
are monochrome. Covering pins 2-3 specifies
camera 0 is unused, camera 1 is color.
JP11
3
2-3
Covering pins 1-2 specifies cameras 2 and 3
are monochrome. Covering pins 2-3 specifies
camera 2 is unused, camera 3 is color.
JP14
2
Covered
Reserved for internal use. Do not remove this
jumper.
JP15
2
Open
Reserved for internal use. Do not use.
JP16
N/A
N/A
Not present on the MVS-8100C
JP17
2
Covered
Reserved for internal use. Do not remove this
jumper.
Purpose
Table 20. Jumper settings for the MVS-8100C
MVS-8100C Cameras and Camera Cables
The MVS-8100C frame grabber support the RS-170 and CCIR cameras for monochrome
image acquisition and NTSC cameras for color image acquisition listed in Table 21. Part
numbers are shown for the Cognex cables to use with each camera.
Note
Caution
Your Cognex software package may not support all the cameras in
this list. Consult your software’s release notes for the latest
supported configurations for your software package.
Cameras must be connected using the Cognex cables shown in this table. Using
non-Cognex camera cables could damage your frame grabber, your camera, or both.
Camera
Type
Cognex Camera Cable
Sony XC-003
Color, RGB
300-0243
Sony DXC-390
Color, RGB
300-0243
Table 21. MVS-8100C supported cameras and camera cables
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Camera
Type
Cognex Camera Cable
Sony XC-75
Sony XC-75CE
Monochrome, RS-170
300-0181
Sony XC-55
Sony XC-55BB
Monochrome, electronic
shuttered (rapid reset)
300-0239
Sony XC-ST50
Sony XC-ES50
Monochrome, RS-170.
With switches in factory
default mode.
300-0181
Sony XC-ST50CE
Sony XC-ES50CE
Monochrome, CCIR.
With switches in factory
default mode.
300-0181
Pulnix TM-9701
Monochrome, RS-170,
progressive scan
300-5180 with
300-5179 adapter
Pulnix TM-7EX
Monochrome, RS-170
300-0155
Pulnix TM-6CN
Monochrome, CCIR
300-0264
Table 21. MVS-8100C supported cameras and camera cables
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Symbols
+12 V power 11, 37, 38, 39, 40, 42, 43, 48
Numerics
300-0155 51
300-0175 11, 27
300-0181 51
300-0239 18, 51
300-0240 23, 35, 44
300-0243 17, 50
300-0245 12, 35, 38
300-0246 30
300-0264 51
300-5179 51
300-5180 51
A
C
camera
2&3 connector 40
CCIR 33
expansion panel 12, 13, 30, 33, 34,
35, 38, 39, 41, 43
NTSC 33
PAL 33
ports 38
ports 0 and 1 13
ports 2 and 3 40
Pulnix TM-6CN 15, 51
Pulnix TM-7EX 51
Pulnix TM-9701 51
RGB 33
RS-170 33
Sony DXC-390 50
Sony XC-003 17, 50
Sony XC-55 15, 17, 18, 21, 48, 51
Sony XC-75 18, 51
Sony XC-ES50 18, 19, 51
Sony XC-ES50CE 51
Sony XC-ST50 19, 51
Sony XC-ST50CE 51
termination 41
CCIR 33, 50
acquisition timing 33
chip set 9
acuLight 25
component location 35
AMD Athlon 9
configuration 11
Amp part number 39
connecting
Sony XC-55 camera 50
auxiliary light module 28
B
bright field illumination 26
connectors
cameras 0 and 1 13
cameras 2 and 3 40
D
dark field illumination 26
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Index
default
jumper positions on 8100C 35
HDRIVE signal 22, 38, 39, 40, 45, 49
DXC-390 50
I
dynamic light control 25
E
E-DONPISHA 18
I/O expansion panel
pinout 44
image
resolution 33
size 33
electrical specifications 37
environmental requirements 36
expansion panel
cameras 2 and 3 13, 39
cameras port 30, 33, 34, 35, 38, 41,
43
trigger and I/O 23, 35, 44
external sync source 9, 22, 23, 33, 44, 49
J
jumper settings
for genlock mode 21, 22
for J3 power supply source 11
for rapid reset mode 21
table of 48
F
factory default
jumper positions on 8100C 35
factory default setting
for Sony XC-ES50 19
frame grabber 33
fuse 37
G
genlock 21, 41, 49
H
HD-15F 38, 39
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L
LEDs 43
light control
dynamic 25
external 34
light modules 30
modules 9, 13, 23
ports 12, 35, 41, 42, 43
power draw 37
strobe lights 23
light module
auxiliary and primary 28
bright field 26
connecting 28
connecting one primary, one aux 31
dark field 26
defined 25
electrical control 26
primary and auxiliary 28
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monitor
connector 13
MVS-8100C 33
+12 V power 11, 37, 38, 39, 40, 42,
43, 48
board size 35
camera ports 0 and 1 13
component location 35
configuring 11
electronic shuttered mode 21
external sync source 9, 22, 23
features 33
genlock mode for color cameras 21
power supply jumper 11
rapid reset mode 21
PC
power supply 11
requirements 9
Pentium 9
pin numbering
J5 light 2&3 connector 42
pinout
camera 2 and 3 internal
connector 40
camera ports 0 and 2 38
camera ports 1 and 3 39
J5 light 2&3 connector 43
light port 42
trigger and I/O expansion
connector 44
PolySwitch 13, 26, 43
power indicator LEDs 43
N
NTSC 33, 50
P
power supply 11
primary light module 28
Pulnix
TM-6CN 15, 51
TM-7EX 51
TM-9701 51
PAL 33
part number
300-0155 51
300-0175 11, 27
300-0181 51
300-0239 18, 51
300-0240 23, 35, 44
300-0243 17, 50
300-0245 12, 35, 38
300-0246 30
300-0264 51
300-5179 51
300-5180 51
Amp 748390-5 39
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rapid reset 21, 38, 39, 40, 48, 51
requirements
environmental 36
for host PC 9
resolution 33
RGB 33
RJ-11 30
RS-170 33, 50, 51
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S
Sony
DXC-390 50
XC-003 17, 50
XC-55 15, 17, 18, 21, 48, 51
XC-75 18, 51
XC-ES50 18, 19, 51
XC-ES50CE 51
XC-ST50 19, 51
XC-ST50CE 51
trigger input signal 9, 23, 44, 45
U
UltraLight 25
V
VDRIVE signal 22, 38, 39, 40, 41, 45, 49
specifications
electrical 37
mechanical 35
VGA monitor 13
status output signal 23, 44, 46, 47
video input ports 38
VIA 9
strobes 9, 23, 33, 44, 47, 48
W
STSO signal 46
switch settings
for Sony XC-55 18
for Sony XC-ES50 19
for Sony XC-ST50 20
wafer scribe images 25
X
T
termination 41
TM-6CN 15, 51
TM-7EX 51
TM-9701 51
trigger and I/O
expansion panel 23, 35, 44
pinout 44
XC-003 17, 50
XC-55 15, 17, 18, 21, 48, 51
XC-75 18, 51
XC-ES50 51
XC-ES50CE 51
XC-ST50 51
XC-ST50CE 51
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