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OPERATION MANUAL
Using This Manual
Application Software
F500-UME
1
Basic Operating Procedures
2
Processing Items Setting Procedure
3
Test/Measurement Execution
4
Other Functions
5
System Settings
6
Communicating with External Devices
7
Appendix
This manual explains basic operations, such as
installing the Application Software, setting up
inspection processes, and communications with external
devices.
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Operation Procedure and Reference Manual
2
Using This Manual
3
Hierarchical Structure and Printout Method for Manual
3
Full-Text Search Method
3
Editor's Note
5
Page Format
5
Notational Conventions
6
Functions Available for Each Controller Model
Processing Item Selection Guide
8
10
Input image Items
11
Position Compensation Items
12
Measurement Items
13
Measurement Support Items
21
Branching Control Items
21
Results Output Items
21
Results Display Items
22
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Operation Procedure and Reference Manual
The following shows main contents of operation steps and manuals.Select the manual suitable
Connecting
(Supplied with the Controller)
F500
Wiring
747A
The Setup Manual provides:
- Information for safety use of controller
- Procedures from package content check and
installation up to connection of controller
- Information such as functions and specifications
of controller and peripheral devices
Installing
Vision Mate Series Software
(CD-ROM)
Vision Composer Net
Setting Inspection Conditions
Operation Manual
The Operation Manual provides:
- Method of operating the controller from Vision
Composer Net
- Explanation of functions of Vision Composer Net
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for your purpose and read it before starting operation.
Tutorial Manual
Checking Settings and Starting Measurement
The Tutorial Manual provides:
Exercises for basic operations of Vision Composer
Net (㶎)
㶎㩷 Two courses are available: Basic Course to learn how to
perform measurement and adjustment, and Advanced
Course to learn about a series of operations, starting
from creation of Flow up to measurement and
adjustment.
It is recommended that users begin with the Basic
Course.
Application Software
Operation Manual
The Operation Manual provides:
- Installation method of application software
- Basic operating procedures
- Setting method of each processing item
- Communication method with external devices
Outputting Data to External Device
Reverse Manual
The Reverse Manual provides:
Examples of vision sensor use
Useful methods for vision sensor use
Customize Manual
The Customize Manual provides the information
necessary for customization and explains the macro
function.
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Using This Manual
This manual consists of various PDF files. The hierarchical structure of the manual is
shown on the next page.
Entire links in the manual are shown by Acrobat’s index function, and the initial screen
provides links to the front page of each section, and the front page of each section
provides links to each item in that section
The manual can be printed one file at a time. Display the file to be printed out, open
Acrobat's print dialog box, and then print the file according to the procedure displayed.
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Hierarchical Structure and Printout Method for
Manual
Full-Text Search Method
The catalogue function of Acrobat is used to enable full-text search in the entire
Application Software Operation Manual and Vision Composer Net Operating Manual.
Select [Edit] - [Search] to display the search panel.
Enter "In the index named f500-cd.pdx" in [Where would you like to search?] and start
search.
When displaying a manual using Adobe Reader, this function cannot be used unless Adobe Reader
(full version) has been installed.
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Linked pages
As one file
Only cover page
Common block
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1. Input image
Camera image
Change filtering
Switch camera
Filtering Again
2. Position compensation
SECTION 1
Basic Operating Procedures
Binary Position
Compensation
EC Position Compensation
Edge Position Compensation
Model Position Compensation
Circle Position
Compensation
Reset Scroll
Scroll
Model Position
Compensation#
3. Measurement
Binary Defect
Density Defect
SECTION 2
Processing Items
Setting Procedures
Classification
EC Defect
.
.
.
.
.
.
Rotation Search
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Initial
Screen
Option block
Circular angle
4. Measurement Support
SECTION 3
Test/Measurement
Execution
Calculation
Elapsed Time
Wait
Get Unit Data
Set Unit Data
Trend Monitor
Data logging
5. Branch Control
Conditional Branching
DI branching
End
6. Results Output
SECTION 4
Other Functions
Memory card data
DO data
DO judgement
Host link data
Normal data
7. Results Display
Display string
SECTION 5
System Settings
Display measure
Display judge
Display item
Display figure
Display time
Display Line, Display Box, Display Circle, and Display Cursor
Display Last NG Image
SECTION 6
Communicating with
External Devices
Parallel Interface
Normal Serial Interface
Host Link Serial Interface
Serial Interface Menu Operations
SECTION 7
Appendix
Communication with Vision Conductor
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Editor's Note
Title of each section
Header
SECTION 2
Processing Items Setting Procedures
Indicates the contents of the page.
Gravity and Area
Overview
The 256-gradation images read by the Camera are converted into binary black-and-white images and
step
measurement is performed
on the white pixels.
7
Describes the overview and
operation flow of the section.
The size (area) and position (center of gravity) of the measurement object can be detected.
Use [Pattern detection] to distinguish between measurement object shapes.
SECTION 2
Measurement/Gravity and Area
Set the level for converting 256-gradation images into binary images. The Controller uses the white
pixels to measure the object. Adjust the binary level so that the object is displayed as white pixels.
[Gravity and area/Binary]
Lower limit
1. Move the cursor to the upper value and
Index Label
step1
1 Setting the Binary Level
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Page Format
Indicates to which section the
current page belongs and the
contents of the page.
Sub-header
Upper limit
Binary level
Upper [255]
Lower [128]
Riverse
Auto
OK
use the Left and Right Keys to adjust the
value.
2. Use the same method to change the
lower value.
3. Select [End].
Set the upper and lower limits so that the
measurement object is displayed as white pixels.
[Auto]
The Contoller
automatically sets
the binary level
[Reverse]
Reverses black and
white in the display
Screen display
Indicates the status of the screen
displayed on the left side.
Section title/Processing Item
F500 Operation Manual/SECTION 2, 3. Measurement
Binary defect inspection
3
Operation procedure and supplementary
explanation
Describes the processing items in
"SECTION 2 Processing Items
Setting Procedures".
Indicates operation procedures and functions of operation keys.
Helpful information regarding operation and reference pages is
introduced here using symbols.
Menu Hierarchy
Shows the menu hierarchy up to
the corresponding operating screen.
Overview and important point in application procedures
* This page does not exist.
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Notational Conventions
„ Key
Example: Press the SHIFT + TRIG Keys.
This statement indicates to press the TRIG Key while pressing the
SHIFT Key down on the console.
Example: Select [SET].
This statement indicates to move the cursor to [Setting] and press
the ENT Key.
„ Menu
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Key operations are performed from the console.
In this manual, menu items displayed on the screen are enclosed with [ ].
Submenus are separated using “/”.
Example: Move to [SYS/Camera Settings].
This statement indicates to select the [Camera Settings] from
[System] to move to the Camera Settings screen.
„ Operation procedure
Operation steps are numbered to indicate their order.
A supplementary explanation of the behavior, display or operation of the Controller
after the execution of a step is given in the lines following the step.
Steps that vary with controller models are indicated by the following symbols.
For F210
For F250
For F270
For F500
Contents regarding Ethernet-compatible models (i.e. models whose model
name contains "ETN")
„ Visual Aids
Indicates points that are important in using product functions or in
application procedures.
Indicates where to find related information.
Indicates information helpful in operation, such as the definition of terms.
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„ Symbols
The following symbols used in the manual may differ from those actually displayed in
the screen.
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In this case, they must be read as follows.
Symbols in manual
Screen display
↓
D, DWN, Down
←
L, LEFT, Left
→
R, RIGHT, Right
°
Not displayed
±
+/-
θ
Rotation, Angle
µ
u
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Functions Available for Each Controller Model
Functions that can be used vary with the controller to which the Application Software is
For those items, refer to the table given below.
Processing item/Measurement items
The functions that cannot be used are shown for each model.
Controller
Function
F210-C10/C15
F210-C10-ETN
F500-C10-ETN
F500-C15-ETN
Input image Items
Position Compensation Items
Measurement Items
F250-C50/C55
F270-C10/C15
No
Non-usable processing items
Circle Position Compensation
Model Position Compensation
No
Pattern
Inspection
Rotation Position
Classification
Pattern Inspection
Density Defect
Rotation Position
Inspection
Classification
Quest Character
Density Defect
Verification*3
Inspection
Lot Number
OCV1*3
OCR for 1
character*3
No
Measurement Support Items
Branching Control Items
Results Output Items
Results Display Items
Run Function Mode *1
Nonstop adjust mode
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installed.
No
No
Yes
1-line fast mode
No
2-line random trigger mode
No
Macro Function *2
Yes
(Select one of the
modes.)
Yes
*1: Run Function Mode
SECTION 3 Test/Measurement Execution
*2: Can be used only if the Application Software has the macro function.
SECTION 1 Basic operating procedures
*3: Can be used if the [+] mark is not attached to the type displayed when [SYS] - [System information] -[Controller] is
selected.
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Serial Interface Menu Operations
Controller
Interface
RS-232C or RS-422
USB
Ethernet
F210-C10/C15
z
×
×
F250-C50/C55
z
×
z*
F270-C10/C15
z
×
z*
F210-C10-ETN/C15-ETN
z
z
{
F500-C10-ETN/C15-ETN
z
z
{
z:
Only one interface can be used. It is not possible to use two or more interfaces at
the same time.
{:
For Vision Composer Net only
*:
Not possible to connect to Vision Composer Net.
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The interfaces that can be used are shown below for each model.
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Processing Item Selection Guide
This software provides various processing items so that you can choose according to your
This section gives guidance regarding what items should be selected for what cases. This is
guidance only. To check whether measurement can be performed correctly, actual
measurement must be performed.
For details on processing items, refer to SECTION 2 Processing items Setting Procedure.
Input image Items
Go to p.11
Position Compensation Items
Go to p.12
Measurement Items
Go to p.13
Positioning (Measurement Objects Not On
An Angle)
Go to p.13
Positioning (Measurement Objects On An
Angle)
Go to p.14
Front/Rear Inspection
Go to p.14
Presence/Absence Inspection
Go to p.15
Dimensional Inspection/Measurement
Go to p.16
Chip/Bur Inspection
Go to p.16
Character Reading
Go to p.16
Character Verification
Go to p.17
Character Inspection
Go to p.17
Defect Inspection (Plain Background)
Go to p.18
Defect Inspection (Characters, Drawing and
Patterns on Background)
Go to p.19
Quantity Inspection/Measurement
Go to p.19
Foreign Matter Inspection
Go to p.20
Classification
Go to p.20
BGA Inspection
Go to p.20
Measurement Support Items
Go to p.21
Branching Control Items
Go to p.21
Results Output Items
Go to p.21
Results Display Items
Go to p.22
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Input image Items
Camera Image
Change filtering
Filtering Again
Camera
0
Camera
1
Filtering
0
2
Camera
Image 0
Image buffer
(for Camera 1)
*Second
filtering
Camera
selection
Camera
3
Image buffer
(for Camera 0)
Image buffer
(for Camera 2)
Image buffer
(for Camera 3)
Filtering
1
Image 1
*: When [Filtering again] is selected
Processing item
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Switch camera
Remark
Inputting Camera
Images
This section describes how to make the series of settings required when storing conditions
for reading Camera images and storing measurement object images to [Image 0] or
[Image 1].
A Camera image must be read to perform measurements, and Camera image is thus set
for unit 0 by default.Do not delete Camera image from unit 0 or change it to another
processing item.
Switch camera
The Switch Camera processing item is used to switch the Camera (image buffer) from
which images will be stored to [Image 0] and [Image 1].
New images are not read from the Camera.
The filtering settings will be changed at the same time.
Changing Filtering
The Change Filtering processing item is used to change only the filtering settings for
[Image 0] and [Image 1].
New images are not read from the Camera.
Filtering Again
The Filtering Again processing item is used to add filtering to an image.Images can be
sent from [Image 0] to [Image 1] or from [Image 1] to [Image 0] to add filtering to the image
when it is transferred.
This processing item is used if stronger smoothing is required to eliminate noise or
increase edge enhancement.
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Position Compensation Items
Which mark is used for
position compensation?
Box
Cross point of lines
How is the mark?
Processing Items
Loss of lines
Extra lines in
surrounding area
EC Position
Compensation
No loss of lines
No extra lines in
surrounding area
Edge Position
Compensation
Which controller is used?
Circle
Inclined
F250, F270
Circle Position
Compensation
F210, F500
Model Position
Compensation #
M
M
Not inclined
EC Position
Compensation
M
Other
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„ Position compensation
Shape change
Binary Position
Compensation
Which controller is used?
No shape change
F250, F270
Model Position
Compensation
F210, F500
Model Position
Compensation #
„ Other
Processing item
Remark
Reset Scroll
The Reset Scroll processing item is used to return images that were scrolled using
position displacement compensation to their original position (the position when read
to the image buffer).
Example: To perform position displacement compensation separately on two
measurement objects within the same field of vision.
Scroll
It can be used when the required results cannot be achieved with position
compensation processing items.
The Scroll processing item scrolls an image based on the measured values from other
units.
It can be used in combination with other general measurement processing items.
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Measurement Items
„ Positioning (Measurement Objects Not On An Angle)
Box
Cross point
of lines
Processing Items
How is the mark?
Loss of lines
Extra lines in surrounding
area
EC Positioning
What kind of line?
No loss of lines
No extra lines in
surrounding area
Horizontal/vertical
How many
measuring points?
One
Edge Position_1
Multiple
Edge Position_8
Diagonal
T-Edge Position
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Which mark is used
for positioning?
Circle
EC Positioning
How is the mark?
Other
Slight shape change
Flexible Search
Excessive shape change
Gravity and Area
What position is Is the entire mark
clearly seen?
measured?
No shape change
Position of
one object
Sometimes
partially hidden
ECM Search
How about
inspection
accuracy?
Entire mark
is clear
Relative
position of
two objects
In units of
pixels
Gray Search
In units of
sub-pixels
Precise Search
Relative Search
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„ Positioning (Measurement Objects On An Angle)
Which mark is used for positioning?
Processing Item
EC Positioning
Circle
Circular angle
How is the mark?
Shape change
Other
Gravity and Axis
Which controller is used?
No shape change
F250, F270
Rotation
Positioning
F210, F500
Rotation Search
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Box
Cross point of lines
„ Front/Rear Inspection
How to judge front/rear?
By mark
A
B
Does mark color change? Inclined?
Sometimes
No
inclined
A
B
Processing Items
Rotation Search
A
Not inclined
Pattern Inspection
A
Yes
A
B
A
B
Flexible Search
By color density
Density Data
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„ Presence/Absence Inspection
Yes
Inclined?
Processing Items
Inclined
Rotation Search
Is the entire mark
clearly seen?
Not inclined
Yes
Pattern Inspection
Sometimes
partially hidden
ECM Search
Is the entire mark
clearly seen?
Yes, but may change
slightly
Yes
Sometimes
partially hidden
Flexible Search
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Has the mark to be judged
been decided?
ECM Search
Is inspection region fixed?
No
Fixed
Gravity and Area
Not fixed
Area (Var. Box)
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„ Dimensional Inspection/Measurement
Which direction?
Processing Items
Edge Width
Diagonal
Gravity and Area
„ Chip/Bur Inspection
Are any size variations other than
chip/bur considered to make
OK/NG judgement?
Processing Items
Yes
OK
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Vertical or horizontal
Binary Defect
Inspection
NG
Which controller is used?
No
OK
OK
F250, F270
Density Defect
Inspection
F210, F500
Density Defect
Inspection #
„ Character Reading
How many characters are to be read?
Processing Items
Multiple
Quest Character
Verification
One
OCR for
1 Character
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„ Character Verification
Character type?
Lot No.
Lot Number OCV1
Characters other
than lot Nos.
Quest Character
Verification
Does character shape change?
Special fonts, kana,
Chinese characters
Yes
Flexible Search
Are characters inclined?
No
Inclined
Not inclined
Rotation Search
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General fonts
Processing Items
What character?
Fine matching
„ Character Inspection
Is the character to be
inspected inclined?
Inclined
Not inclined
Processing Items
Rotation Search
Pattern Inspection
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„ Defect Inspection (Plain Background)
Level of defects
How thick is the defect?
Narrow
Which controller is used?
Processing Items
F250, F270
Density Defect
Inspection
F210, F500
Density Defect
Inspection#
Is inspection region fixed?
Wide
Fixed
Not fixed
Defect
Defect (Variable Box)
Is inspection region fixed?
Size of defects
Fixed
Not fixed
Binary defect
inspection
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What are criteria for
OK/NG judgement?
Area (Var. Box)
Number of defects
Labeling
Size of largest defect
Label Data
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„ Defect Inspection (Characters, Drawing and Patterns on Background)
What kind of background? Does background move?
Not fixed
Fixed
Processing Items
Fine matching
Fixed
Pattern Inspection
What state?
Not fixed
Pattern covers the
entire measurement
region
Density Data
Pattern consists of
circles or lines
EC Defect
Inspection
Pattern does not consist
of circles and defects
are almost circular
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Defects within
character, figure
or pattern
Is the line thickness of
characters and figures fixed?
EC Circle Defect
Inspection
„ Quantity Inspection/Measurement
Are objects to be counted
located in line?
No
Are objects to be
inspected/measured
circular?
Circular
Not circular
Processing Items
EC Circle Count
Inspection
Labeling
Yes
Edge Pitch
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„ Foreign Matter Inspection
By mark
A
Does mark shape
change?
Sometimes
inclined
No
A
B
Inclined?
Processing Items
Rotation Search
A
Not inclined
Pattern Inspection
A
Yes
By color density
Flexible Search
Density Data
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How to distinguish from
wrong models?
„ Classification
Which controller is used?
Processing Items
F250, F270
Classification
F210, F500
Classification#
„ BGA Inspection
Processing Item
BGA Inspection
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Measurement Support Items
Processing item
Remark
The Calculation processing item is used to perform calculations using the results and
measurement values for the processing items registered to the units.
Elapsed Time
The Elapsed Time processing item finds the amount of time (in ms) that has passed since
the measurement trigger was input.
Wait
The Wait processing item temporarily stops the execution of the flowchart and holds
processing for a set time.
Processing unit
Data acquisition
The Get Unit Data processing item is used to obtain one piece of processing item data
(measurement result, settings parameter, etc.) set in a flowchart.
Processing unit
Data setting
The Set Unit Data processing item is used to replace data during measurement with
processing item data (e.g., set parameters) set in the flowchart.
Trend Monitor
The Trend Monitor processing item is used to display the measurement results history on
the Monitor.Observation of the measurement value trends helps to prevent frequent
occurrences of non-conforming articles and to find the cause of NG results when they
occur.
Data logging
Used to output data to the storage via network.
The data output to the storage can be handled by Vision Composer Net (option).
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Calculation
Branching Control Items
Processing item
Remark
Conditional Branching
This processing item is used, for example, when two or more products are being
processed on the same production line and a different inspection is required for each.
When the Branch processing item is used, two expressions and a condition are set and the
processing is branched depending on the result of the comparison for the condition.
DI branching
Used for applications such as differentiating between product inspections on the same
production line based on the time.
The subsequent processing items are branched based on the information input to DI0 to
DI4 on the terminal block.Up to 32 branches can be set.
End
The End processing item is the processing item set to the last unit in a branch flow.
The End item is used to end the processing after branching.
Results Output Items
Processing item
Remark
Memory card data
Use the Memory Card Data processing item to output data to a Memory Card.
DO data output
The DO Data processing item is used to output data to Programmable Controllers,
personal computers, and other external devices via a parallel interface.
DO judgement output
The DO judgement processing item is used to output Judgements to Programmable
Controllers, personal computers, and other external devices via a parallel interface.
Host link data
The Host Link Data processing item is used to output data to Programmable Controllers
and other external devices via a serial interface.
Normal data
Use the Normal Data processing item to output data to Programmable Controllers,
personal computers, and other external devices via a serial interface.
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Results Display Items
Remark
Display string
The Display String processing item is used to display any characters on the Run and
Monitor Mode screens.
Display measure
Use this processing item to display any measurement data on the screens in Run and
Monitor Modes.
The display is set using expressions so the calculation results of expressions using region
measurement values or measurement values can be displayed.
Display judge
The Display judgement processing item is used to display different characters for OK and
NG calculation results on the screens in Run and Monitor Modes.
Display item
The Display Item processing item is used to display the name of one processing item set
to the current scene on the screen in Run and Monitor Modes.
If a comment is entered for the processing item, the comment will also be displayed.
Display Time
This processing item displays the date and time of the measurement on the screens in
Run and Monitor Modes.
Display Figure
The Display Figure processing item is used to display figures (lines, boxes, circles, and
arcs) at fixed positions on the screens in Run and Monitor Modes.
Line Display Results
Use these processing items to display on screens in Run and Monitor Modes the figures
based on measurement results.
Box Display Results
INTRODUCTION Processing Item Selection Guide
Processing item
Circle Result Display
Cross Cursor Display
Display Last NG Image
The Display Last NG Image processing item is used to exit measurement after displaying
the latest NG image on the monitor when performing measurement in 1-line fast mode (or
2-line random trigger mode) with F270.
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This section describes the basic operating procedures for the Application
Software.
Operational Flow
2
Installing the Application Software
4
Displaying Images and Focusing
14
Menu Operations
16
Input Devices
16
Screen Displays
17
Creating Flowcharts
18
Drawing a Region
28
Inputting parameters
32
Inputting Characters
33
Save settings to flash memory before
turning the power OFF
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Preparations
Operational Flow
Installing
SECTION 1
Basic Operating Procedures p.4
Refer to this section to learn about the basic operational
flow from displaying screens or creating flowcharts.
SECTION 1
Basic Operating Procedures p.16
Setting Detection Conditions
STEP 1: Settings for Image Input
STEP 2: Settings for Position
Displacement
Compensation
Selecting Processing Items
that Suit the Application
STEP 3: Setting Measurement
Methods
SECTION 2
Detailed Setting Operations
Measurement
STEP 4: Setting Results Output
Methods
STEP 5: Start Test or
Measurement
SECTION 3 Executing Tests and
Measurements
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Loading a Macro Program
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Basic Operating Procedures
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Application Setting Operations
Changing and Deleting Settings
Copy, clear, and change units
and unit names
Setting conditions by
product type
SECTION 4 Other Functions
Setting system environment
conditions
SECTION 5 System Settings
SECTION 1 Operational Flow
Customization Manual
(CD-ROM)
Initializing the measurement
conditions that have bee set
SECTION 4 Other Functions
SECTION 7 Appendices
Setting communications
specifications and I/O
format for communications
with external devices
Saving Settings
Saving Detection Conditions
SECTION 1
Basic Operating Procedures p.34
Backing up image, system,
and scene data
SECTION 4 Other Functions
Additional Functions
SECTION 6 Communicating
with External Devices
Using Memory Cards
SECTION 4 Other Functions
Checking communications
status with external devices
SECTION 4 Other Functions
Troubleshooting
When an error message
is displayed on the screen
If you have a question
SECTION 7 Appendices
SECTION 7 Appendices
If you don’t understand a term
SECTION 7 Appendices
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Installing the Application Software
This section describes how to install the processing items in the Application Software to the
The installation procedure varies depending on the controller model and the application
software used.
„ Installation Flow
1
2
Starting the
Setup Menu
3 F270 only
Selecting Whether
to Use the Macro
Function
Selecting a
Run Function
Mode
4
5
Selecting
Installation
Processing Items
Executing
Installation
Starting the Setup Menu
Application Software
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Controller. The Setup Menus are used to install these processing items.
It will not be possible to start the Setup Menu if you change the contents of the memory card after
installing it in a personal computer or other device.
Never perform the following with the memory card:
• Changing file names
• Moving, deleting or editing files
• Overwriting data
• Formatting
1. Check that the basic components are connected.
Example of system configuration (for F250/F270)
Monitor
Camera
POWER
SYNC
Power supply
Console
Always refer to the Setup Manual when connecting components or wiring the power supply or
ground wires.
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2. Mount
the Application Software Memory
Card to Memory Card slot 0.
If the controller has two slots, mount the memory card
3. Turn
ON the power supply switch to the
Monitor.
4. Turn ON the controller's power supply.
The Language selections will be displayed.
5. Select a language.
Language
Use the Up or Down Key on the Console to move the
cursor.
Japanese
English
Japanese: Messages will be displayed in Japanese.
English: Messages will be displayed in English.
his manual shows screens displayed with English
messages.
6. Press
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to slot 0.
the ENT Key on the Console to
confirm the language selection.
After a short time, the Basic Screen for the Setup
Menus will be displayed.
The displayed screen varies depending on the
controller model.
Set up
Select items
Install
Backup data load
Clear memory
Option
Set up
F270 function
Select items
Install
Backup data load
Clear memory
Option
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Selecting Whether to Use the Macro Function
(The following is effective only if the application software has the macro function.)
By default, [ON] is selected to use the macro function. If you want to use work memory
for scene data, change the settings to [OFF]. Normally, leave the default setting
selected.
Macro Function
Customize Manual (CD-ROM)
Before starting installation of the application software, select whether to use the macro function.
Once the software is installed, it is not possible to change the setting.
If you want to change the setting, start the setup menu and reinstall the application software.
Set up
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Select whether to use the macro customize function.
Select items
Install
Backup data load
Clear memory
Option
1. Select [Option].
The macro function selections appear.
Macro: ON
2. Select whether to use the macro function.
End
3. Select [End].
The screen in 1. will return.
•
Proceed to
in the case of F210/F250/F500.
•
Proceed to
in the case of F270.
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Selecting a Run Function Mode
according to your purpose.
Before starting installation, select a Run Function mode. Once measurement
conditions have been set, it is not possible to change the Run Function mode only.
Selection
Details
Nonstop mode
Allows you to observe NG images or modify measurement conditions while
continuing measurement.
This eliminates the need to stop the production line for adjustment of
measurement conditions or to wait for the line to stop before adjustment.
Fast mode
(default setting.)
Allows inspections to be performed at a speed of up to a maximum of twice that
of the conventional method. This mode is useful when you want to inspect more
products or to reduce processing time for inspections, such as EC defect
inspection that take a long time.
Random trig mode
Allows inspections by receiving two measurement triggers simultaneously.
This allows one controller to perform different inspections simultaneously.
Details of Run modes
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F270 provides the following three run function modes. Select an appropriate mode
SECTION 3 Test/Measurement Execution
If you want to change the Run Function mode, start the setup menu and reinstall the application
software.
Set up
1. Select [F270 function].
F270 function
Select items
Install
Backup data load
Clear memory
Option
The Run Function mode selections will be displayed.
F270 func. : Fast
2. Select the desired Run Function mode.
End
3. Select [End].
The screen in 1. will return.
When the screen in 1. reappears, select [Select items] - [Install].
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Selecting Installation Processing Items
The application software provides many processing items.Select the processing items
Procedures” for an outline of each processing item.
Some items cannot be used depending on the model of the controller to be installed.
Editor's Note, Processing Item Selection Guide
Set up
1. Select [Select items].
Select items
Install
Backup data load
Clear memory
Option
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required for the application. Refer to SECTION 2 “Processing Items Setting
A list of processing items will be displayed.
To install all the processing items, select [All] and
proceed to 6.
For custom installation, proceed to 2.
2.
Move the cursor to the item to be installed.
Select items
Input Image
ON
Camera image
ON
Switch camera
ON
Change filtering
ON
Filtering again
Position Compensation
Binary pos. comp OFF
Edge pos. comp OFF
3. If that item has been set to [OFF], press the
ENT Key.
End
All
Set all items to
[OFF].
Init
Return to the initial
settings.
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The selections (ON/OFF) will be displayed.
5. Repeat this process to select [ON] for the
processing items to be installed and set
[OFF] for the items that are not to be
installed.
6. Select [End].
The screen in 1. will return.
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4. Select [ON].
Select items
Input Image
Camera image
ON
Switch camera
ON
Change filtering
ON
Filtering again
ON
Position Compensation
Binary pos. comp OFF
ON
Edge pos. comp
OFF
OFF
End
All
Init
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Executing Installation
This section describes how to install the selected processing items to the Controller.
Function mode.
Macro Function p.6, Run Function Mode p.7
Set up
Select items
Install
Backup data load
Clear memory
Option
1. Select [Install].
A confirmation message will be displayed.
Selected Programs
will be installed.
The programs and data
stored at present
are cleared.
2. Select [Execute].
Execute
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Before starting installation, select whether to use the macro function. Also select the desired Run
Cancel
The size of the processing items will be calculated to
determine if they can be installed.
If the total size of the selected processing items is too
large to be installed, a confirmation message will be
displayed to ask if the files are to be compressed.
Do not turn OFF the power or input a RESET
signal
while
a
message
indicating
that
Total size of selected items
is too large to install.
Compressing programs make
the installation possible,
but startup time will
be longer.
Compress programs?
Execute Cancel
processing is in progress is being displayed.
Data in memory will be destroyed, and the
Controller may not operate correctly the next
To step 3.
p.12
time it is started.
A confirmation message will be displayed once the
installation has been completed.
If an error message appears:
Installation finished.
Put off the memory card
and restart.
OK
p.13
3. Press the ENT Key.
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The display will return to the main setup menu.
5. Remove the Application Software Memory
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4. Turn OFF the controller's power supply.
Set up
Select items
Install
Backup data load
Clear memory
Option
Card from Memory Card slot 0.
6. Turn ON the controller's power supply.
If the power supply is turned ON while the
Application Software Memory Card is still
mounted, the Setup Menu will be started
again.Always remove the Application Software
Memory Card before starting the Controller.
After a while the Camera Settings Screen will be
displayed.
The displayed screen varies depending on the controller
model.
Proceed to 7. except for F500.
Proceed to 9. in the case of F500.
7. Select the model of the connected Camera.
8. If using intelligent lighting, select its model.
Example: F250
Select items
Input Image
Camera image
ON
Switch camera
ON
Change filtering
ON
Filtering again
ON
Position Compensation
Binary pos. comp OFF
ON
Edge pos. comp
OFF
OFF
End
All
Init
9. Select [End].
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The Basic Screen will be displayed.
0.Scn 0
MON
---- ---ms
Image 0 freeze
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„ Installation without Compressing Files
If the total program size of the selected items is greater than the file size that can be
compressed.
If the files are compressed, the Controller startup time will be longer. Use the following
procedure to change the selected processing items without compressing the files.
1. Select
[Cancel]
from
the
confirmation
message.
Total size of selected items
is too large to install.
Compressing programs make
the installation possible,
but startup time will
be longer.
Compress programs?
Execute Cancel
The program size and capacity will be displayed.
2. Select [OK].
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installed, a confirmation message will be displayed asking if the files are to be
If you don’t want to
compress programs,
please select items again
and make the total size
smaller than the capacity
Program size:5120KB
Capacity
:3840KB
OK
The display will return to the main setup menu.
3. Select [Select items] and reselect the item.
p.8
Set up
Select items
Install
Backup data load
Clear memory
Option
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„ If an error message appears when installing compressed files
If the total size of the selected items is still greater than the file size that can be installed
case, follow the procedure below to reselect processing items.
If this error message appears during reinstallation:
All of the previously installed program files will be cleared and the default controller settings will be
restored.
1. Select [OK] in the error message.
Size of compressed program
is too large to install.
Decrease number of
process items.
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even though they have been compressed, an error message will be displayed. In this
OK
The display will return to the main setup menu.
2. Select [Select items] and reselect the item.
Set up
Select items
Install
Backup data load
Clear memory
Option
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Displaying Images and Focusing
Change the display image to through display to check what kind of image is being displayed.
0.Scn 0
---- ---ms
MON
1. Change the display image to through display
to check what kind of image is being
displayed.
Press the SHIFT + ENT Keys.
Image 0 freeze
The screen for changing the display image will be
displayed.
2. Move the cursor to [Freeze (Before Scroll)].
3. Press the ENT Key.
0.Scn 0
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Adjust the position of the object to adjust the focus of the camera.
---- ---ms
MON
Image status :
Freeze(Before scroll)
Display image :Image0
Image size
:
All
Display results : None
End
Image 0 freeze
The selections will be displayed.
4. Select [Through].
5. Select [End].
0.Scn 0
MON
---- ---ms
Image status :
Freeze(Before scroll)
Display image Through
:Image0
Image
size
: scroll)
All
Freeze
(Before
Display
results : Details
Freeze(After
scroll)
Last NG(Before
End scroll)
Last NG (After scroll)
Image 0 freeze
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The Through Display Screen will be displayed.
MON
---- ---ms
the position of the measurement
object so that it appears at the center of the
monitor screen.
Image 0 through
Adjust the position of the object.
7. Focus the Camera.
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6. Adjust
0.Scn 0
• Cameras with a light (including Intelligent Lighting) have lenses with a
fixed focal point.
Adjust the Camera position based on the positioning distances in the Setup Manual to
focus the Camera.
The light level for Intelligent Lighting can be adjusted from the Controller.
SECTION 2, 1.1 Inputting Camera Images, “Lighting Control” of “Camera
Settings”.
• When using a Camera Unit that does not have a light
Turn the focus ring to focus the Camera.
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Menu Operations
Menu operations are performed from either the Console or the serial interface.
F150-KP Console
F160-KP Console
Enter key
(ENT Key)
Shift key
(SHIFT Key)
Up, Down, Left, and
Right Keys (Press left,
right, up, or down.)
SHIFT
Escape key
(ESC Key)
Trigger key
(TRIG Key)
ENT
ESC
TRIG
ESC
F1
F3
F2
F4
Function keys
(F1 to F9 Keys)
Trigger key
(TRIG Key)
TRIG
ENT
Escape key
(ESC Key)
Enter key
(ENT Key)
F6
Up, Down, Left, and
Right Keys (Press left,
right, up, or down.)
F5
F9
F7
F8
SHIFT
Shift key
(SHIFT Key)
Key
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Input Devices
F150-KP
CONSOLE
Key Function
Escape key
(ESC Key)
Returns the user to the previous menu display or operation.
Trigger key
(TRIG Key)
Execute the measurement.
Enter key
(ENT Key)
Executes a function or sets a value.
Note: On the F160-KP, also functions as a Cursor Key.
Shift key
(SHIFT Key)
Pressing this key alone does not have any effect.
Must be pressed in combination with another key to have any effect.
Specific functions are assigned to combinations of the SHIFT Key and other
keys for specific screens.
The Up and Down keys are used to move the cursor up or down, and also to
set values.
Cursor keys
(Up, Down, Left, and Right
Keys)
Use the Up key to increment a value by 1.
Use the Down key to decrement a value by 1.
Hold down the Up or Down key to increase or decrease a
value rapidly.
The Left and Right Keys are used to move the cursor left or right.
Functions can be assigned to function keys F1 to F8.
SECTION 5 System Settings
Function keys
(F1 to F9 Keys)
The display can be captured using F9.
SECTION 5 System Settings
Menu operations can be performed from a personal computer via a serial interface.
SECTION 6, 4. Serial Interface Menu Operations,
“Key Input and Console Key Correspondence”
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Screen Displays
The Controller is operated by selecting functions from menus displayed on the
Scene Number
There are 32 screens. Setting
different measurement
conditions for each one allows
easy switching between
different setups.
0.Scn 0=SET=
Mode (*1)
The current operating mode is
displayed.
0.Camera image
1.
Cursor Keys
The cursor is moved to the
desired function by pressing
the Cursor Keys.
The type of image shown on the
screen is displayed in Monitor and
Run Modes.
SECTION 5
System Settings p.30
SECTION 1 Menu Operations
screen.Familiarize yourself with each function before operating the Controller.
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
Units
A processing item is
set for each unit.
When a measurement command is
input, units are processed in order
from unit 0.
Key Operations
Displays special key combinations at the bottom of the screen
when available.
“SFT” refers to the SHIFT Key. “SFT+ESC” indicates that the
ESC Key should be pressed while the SHIFT Key is pressed.
Sometimes the SFT Key display is abbreviated to just “S”.
*1 Mode
Display
Contents
Setting
Used to set the inspection conditions.
MON
(Monitor)
Used to check whether inspections are being performed correctly under the set inspection
conditions.
The measurement results are displayed on the monitor only. The results cannot be output
to external devices.
Measurement Performs inspection. The measurement results are output to an external device via the
parallel interface or serial interface.
SYS (System) Used to set system conditions.
TOOL
Provides a data backup menu. Used to save settings and images to a computer as backup.
Save
Save Used to saves data to flash memory in the Controller. If new settings have been
made, be sure to save the data before quitting.
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Creating Flowcharts
In the Application Software, measurement processing is broken up into different
items.
Flowcharts are created using a combination of processing items to suit each
application.
When Set Mode is entered, the number 1 will be displayed below [0.Camera image].
This number is called the unit number.
0.Scn 0=SET=
Unit number
SECTION 1 Menu Operations
processing items to facilitate a variety of applications. These are called processing
0.Camera image
1.
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
[Camera image] is set for unit 0 as the default processing item.
A camera image must be read to perform measurements, so never delete [Camera image] for unit 0
or change it to another processing item.
The processing items are set in order from unit 0.
Once a processing item is set for unit 1, unit 2 will automatically be displayed.
0.Scn 0=SET=
0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
There is no limit to the number of units. Any number of units can be set provided the Controller has
enough free memory.
Checking method for the remaining capacity of work memory (main)
SECTION 5 System Settings, “Checking System Information”
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When a measurement command is input, processing items will be executed in order,
starting from those set for unit 0. The desired processing item must be registered to
each unit number as when creating a flowchart.
SECTION 1 Menu Operations
Flowchart Image
Start
0.
Read image from Camera.
Screen Image
0.Scn 0=SET=
1.
Perform position
displacement compensation.
2.
0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine matching
3.DO judge
4.
Inspect for defects.
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
3.
Output measurement result
to external device.
End
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The following type of processing is also possible by adjusting the registered order.
Example: To perform position displacement compensation separately on two
SECTION 1 Menu Operations
measurement objects within the same field of vision.
Flowchart Image
Start
0.
Read image from Camera.
Screen Image
0.Scn 0=SET=
1.
Perform position displacement
compensation for
measurement object 1.
2.
Inspect for defects on
measurement object 1.
0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine matching
3.Reset scroll
4.EC pos. comp
5.Fine matching
6.DO judge
7.
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
3.
Return the image to its original
position if it has been scrolled after
position displacement compensation.
4.
Perform position displacement
compensation for
measurement object 2.
5.
Inspect for defects on
measurement object 2.
6.
Output measurement result
to external device.
End
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The Application Software also has branch control processing items.
Example: Changing Inspection Conditions Based on the Upcoming Product
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Product 2
Product 1
Flowchart Image
Start
Screen Image
0.
0.Scn 0 =SET=
Read image from Camera.
0.Camera image
1.Classification
2.Branch
3.Fine matching
4.End
5.Fine matching
6.End
7.
1.
Recognize model.
2.
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
Change measurement
conditions based on product
type.
3.
5.
Inspect product 2 for
defects.
Inspect product 1
for defects.
4.
6.
End
End
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„ Registering Processing Items to Units
The registration procedure will be explained using the example of registering binary
the procedure as required to register other processing items.
0.Scn 0=SET=
1. Move the cursor to a free unit number and
0.Camera image
1.
press the ENT Key.
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position compensation, one of the position compensation processing items. Change
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
The processing item groups will be displayed.
2. Select [Position Compensation].
A list of the installed position compensation processing
items will be displayed.
3. Select [Binary pos. comp].
0.Scn 0=SET=
0.Camera image
1.
Input Image
Position Compensation
Measurement
Measurement Support
Branch Control
Results Output
Results Display
0.Scn 0=SET=
0.Camera image
1.
Input Image
Position
Compensation
Binary
pos. comp
Measurement
EC pos. comp
Measurement
Edge pos. Support
comp
Branch
Control
Model
pos. comp
Results
Output
Circle
pos. comp
Results
Display
Reset
scroll
Binary position compensation will be set for unit 1 and
the next unit number (unit 2 in this case) will be
displayed.
0.Scn 0=SET=
0.Camera image
1.Binary pos. comp
2.
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„ Changing to Other Processing Items
1. Move the cursor to the unit number of the
processing item to be changed. Press the
SHIFT+ESC Keys.
SECTION 1 Menu Operations
0.Scn 0=SET=
0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine matching
3.
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
A list of options will be displayed.
2. Select [Change].
The processing item groups will be displayed.
3. Use the same procedure as for registering
new processing items to register items for
the inserted unit.
0.Scn 0=SET=
0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.FineChange
matching
Insert
3.
Copy
Delete
Comment
0.Scn 0=SET=
0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2. Input Image
3. Position Compensation
Measurement
Measurement Support
Branch Control
Results Output
Results Display
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„ Inserting Units
When a unit is inserted, the subsequent unit numbers will be increased. The unit numbers set in
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1. Move the cursor to the unit number of the
0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine matching
3.
processing item to be inserted. Press the
SHIFT+ESC Keys.
A list of options will be displayed.
2. Select [Insert].
The processing item groups will be displayed.
3. Use the same procedure as for registering
new processing items to register items for
the inserted unit.
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other units for outputting results and branching will also be increased automatically.
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0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine matching
Change
3.
Insert
Copy
Delete
Comment
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0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine
Inputmatching
Image
3. Position Compensetion
Measurement
Measurement Support
Branch Control
Results Output
Results Display
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
The selected processing item will be inserted.
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0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.EC defect
3.Fine matching
4.
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„ Copying from Other Units
Settings data can be copied, which is convenient for reusing data when only a part of
the settings need to be changed.
1. Move the cursor to the unit number of the
processing item to be copied. Press the
SHIFT+ESC Keys.
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0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine matching
3.
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
A list of options will be displayed.
2. Select [Copy].
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0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine matching
3.
Change
Insert
Copy
Delete
Comment
A screen for selecting the source unit for the data to be
copied will be displayed.
Original unit : Unit 0
Unit 0
Execute Unit 1
Unit 2
3. Select the unit from which processing items
are to be copied.
4. Select [Execute].
The data will be copied.
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0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine matching
3.Fine matching
4.
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SECTION 1
„ Deleting Units
When units are deleted, the subsequent unit numbers will be decreased. The unit numbers set in
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1. Move the cursor to the unit number of the
0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine matching
3.
processing item to be deleted. Press the
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other units for outputting results and branching will also be decreased automatically.
SHIFT+ESC Keys.
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
A list of options will be displayed.
2. Select [Delete].
0.Scn 0=SET=
0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
Change
2.Fine
matching
3. Insert
Copy
Delete
Comment
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
The selected unit will be deleted and the subsequent
unit numbers will be decreased.
0.Scn 0=SET=
0.Camera image
1.Fine matching
2.
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
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„ Changing Processing Item Names
The names of processing items set to units can be changed to any name up to 16
characters long. This is useful for understanding settings when many units have been
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registered.
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1. Move the cursor to the unit for which the
name of the processing item is to be
0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine matching
3.
changed. Press the SHIFT+ESC Keys.
A list of options will be displayed.
2. Select [Comment].
0.Scn 0=SET=
0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine matching
3.
Change
Insert
Copy
Delete
Comment
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
A software keyboard will be displayed.
3. Enter
a comment consisting of up to 16
characters.
4. Move the cursor to [END] and press the ENT
Input comment
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The item name will be changed.
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SECTION 1
Drawing a Region
„ Drawing method
Move the cursor with the Up, Down, Left, and Right Keys. Use these keys together with
the SHIFT Key to move the cursor quickly.
Press the ENT Key at the desired positions.
Press the ESC Key to undo the setting.
Measurement
region selection
Box
Drawing method
The lower right
coordinates move.
The whole
region moves.
ENT Key
ENT Key
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Use the following method to draw model regions and measurement regions.
The region figures that can be drawn depend on the processing item. Refer to the
explanation for each processing item for information on what figures can be drawn.
The figure is set.
ESC Key
Ellipse
The lower right
coordinates move.
The whole
region moves.
ENT Key
ENT Key
The figure is set.
ESC Key
Circle
The whole
region moves.
The diameter
changes.
ENT Key
ENT Key
The figure is set.
ESC Key
Circumference
The whole
region moves.
The circumference
changes.
ENT Key
ENT Key
ESC Key
ESC Key
The width changes.
ENT Key
Polygon
Specify the
first point.
Specify the
second point.
Specify the third
and other points.
ENT Key
ENT Key
ESC Key
ESC Key
The whole
region moves.
The length
ENT Key
changes.
The figure is set.
ENT Key
(Up to 10 points
can be specified.)
Line
The figure is set.
Press the ENT
Key twice.
The width changes.
ENT Key
ENT Key
The figure is set.
ESC Key
ESC Key
Arc
The whole
The end
region moves. point moves.
The mid-point
moves.
ENT Key
ENT Key
ENT Key
ESC Key
ESC Key
ESC Key
The width
changes.
ENT Key
ESC
The
figure
is set.
Enlarge the image if it is not clear or if you want to draw in detailed areas.
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SECTION 1
• Drawing mode
For many processing items, up to 3 figures can be combined to draw a measurement
region.Select either the OR or NOT drawing mode.
Function
OR
Used to draw a shape as a model or region.
All of the shapes that are drawn are registered as one region.
NOT
Used to delete part of a region.
In this example, the gray area will be the
Figure 1 (drawn using OR)
measurement region.
Regions with complicated shapes can be
Figure 2 (drawn using NOT)
drawn and areas can be omitted from the
measurement
region
by
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Drawing mode
combining
figures.
Figure 3 (drawn using OR)
Set the model region so that no more than
three areas lie along any one straight line.
Box (drawn using OR)
Circumference (drawn using NOT)
Circle (drawn using NOT)
1
2
3
4
„ Drawing procedure
This section describes, as an example, how to draw model areas.
1. Select
[New] in the model registration
screen.
2. Select the desired figure.
3. Select the desired drawing mode (OR/NOT).
Model registration
New
EBox
Ellips O R
CircleN O T
Circumference
Polygon
• When you want to enlarge the view, go to
4.
• When you do not want to enlarge the view, 6.
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The Model Registration Screen will be displayed.
Model registration
4. Move the cursor to the area you want to
[0]
479,450
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+
enlarge, and press the SHIFT+ESC Keys.
Make sure that the cursor is located on the
image.
The magnification ratios will be displayed.
5. Select the desired ratio.
Model registration
No expansion
Twice
4 times
8 times
16 times
The image will change according to the magnification
ratio set for the cursor position.
The image will be enlarged.
Up to three figures (0, 1, and 2)
can be drawn.
Model registration
6. Draw
the region to be registered as the
[0]
479,450
+
model with the selected figure.
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The figure will be registered.
Model registration
Add
Figure0
End
[Add].
8. Repeat steps 2. to 6. to draw the figures.
9. After drawing is completed, select [End].
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7. If additional figures are to be drawn, select
Once three figures have been drawn,
[Add] will no longer be displayed.
The settings will be registered.
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Inputting parameters
This section explains how to input values when setting measurement conditions or
Judgement conditions
1. Move the cursor to the item for which a value
is to be changed.
In this example, the cursor is moved to [Area (upper
limit)].
Area
: 2035.000
[ 2000.000 : 247808.000]
Gravity X : 180.000
[ 0.000 : 511.000]
Gravity Y : 250.000
[ 0.000 : 483.000]
End
2. Press the ENT Key.
The cursor will change to a cursor the size of a single
digit.
3. Move the cursor to the digit to be changed.
Left/Right Keys: Move the cursor.
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communications specifications.
Judgement conditions
Area
: 2035.000
[
2000.000 : 0247808.000]
Gravity X : 180.000
[
0.000 : 511.000]
Gravity Y : 250.000
[
0.000 : 483.000]
End
4. Change the value.
Up Key: Increase the value.
Down Key: Decrease the value.
5. Repeat this operation to change other digits.
Judgement conditions
Area
: 2035.000
0
[ 2000.000 : 0047808.000]
Gravity X : 180.000
[ 0.000 : 511.000]
Gravity Y : 250.000
6. Press the ENT Key.
The values will be set.
Judgement conditions
Area
: 2035.000
[ 2000.000 :
25000.000]
Gravity X : 180.000
[ 0.000 : 511.000]
Gravity Y : 250.000
[ 0.000 : 483.000]
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Inputting Characters
This section explains how to input characters.
input.
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These characters can be input.
Inserts a space.
Deletes 1character to the right of the cursor.
Deletes 1character to the left of the cursor.
Switches between insert (default)/overwrite.
Moves the cursor to the left.
Moves the cursor to the right.
END Ends character input.
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END
cursor
1. Move the cursor to the character to be input.
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to the right.
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these
steps
to
input
more
characters.
4. Once
all required characters have been
input, move the cursor to [END].
5. Press the ENT Key.
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The characters will be set.
Characters can be input from a personal computer via a serial interface.
Japanese characters can be input as comment from the personal computer. (Only characters of JIS
level-1 can be input.)
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Save settings to flash memory before turning
the power OFF
turning OFF the power.
If the power is turned OFF without saving new settings, all of the setting changes will be lost.
Stored images cannot be saved to flash memory so all stored images will be cleared when the
power is turned OFF. If stored images are to be kept, backup the images to a personal
computer or Memory Card.
SECTION 4 Other Functions, “Backing Up Settings”
1. Display the basic screen for Monitor mode or
0.Scn 0
MON
---- ---ms
0.Scn 0
MON
SET
MON
RUN
SYS
TOOL
SAVE
---- ---ms
Run mode.
2. Place the cursor on [MON] or [RUN], and
press the ENT Key.
The mode selections will be displayed.
3. Select [SAVE].
SECTION 1 Save settings to flash memory before turning the power OFF
Therefore, when settings have been changed, be sure to save then to flash memory before
A confirmation message will be displayed.
Setting data will saved.
4. Select [Execute].
Execute
Cancel
Do not turn OFF the power or input a RESET
signal
while
a
message
indicating
that
processing is in progress is being displayed.
Data in memory will be destroyed, and the
Controller may not operate correctly the next
time it is started.
When saving has been completed, the screen in 1. will return.
5. Turn OFF the power supply to the Controller to shut down.
Using Scene Group Function
The scene data set to scene group 0 and system data will be saved to the Controller internal flash
memory. If this save operation is executed, the settings data for scene groups 1 to 31 will be saved
to the Memory Card mounted to drive 1.
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