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Allied Vision Technologies GC1280 Instruction manual
Allied Vision Prosilica GC
Technical Manual
GigE Vision Cameras
V2.1.0
20 March 2015
Allied Vision Technologies GmbH
Taschenweg 2a
D-07646 Stadtroda, Germany
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a residential environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interferences will not occur in a particular installation.
If the equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, the user is
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Use a different line outlet for the receiver.
Consult a radio or TV technician for help.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could
void your authority to operate this equipment. The shielded interface cable recommended in this
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device pursuant to Subpart A of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
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Pour utilisateurs au Canada
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Contents
Contacting Allied Vision .................................................................................. 5
Introduction ............................................................................................................ 6
Document history............................................................................................................ 6
Manual conventions......................................................................................................... 8
Precautions.................................................................................................................... 9
Cleaning optics ............................................................................................................... 9
Conformity ..............................................................................................................12
Specifications .......................................................................................................13
Prosilica GC650/650C..................................................................................................... 13
Prosilica GC655/655C..................................................................................................... 15
Prosilica GC660/660C..................................................................................................... 17
Prosilica GC750/750C..................................................................................................... 19
Prosilica GC780/780C..................................................................................................... 21
Prosilica GC1020/1020C ................................................................................................. 23
Prosilica GC1280 ........................................................................................................... 25
Prosilica GC1290/1290C ................................................................................................. 27
Prosilica GC1350/1350C ................................................................................................. 29
Prosilica GC1380/1380C ................................................................................................. 31
Prosilica GC1380H/1380CH ............................................................................................. 33
Prosilica GC1600/1600C ................................................................................................. 35
Prosilica GC1600H/1600CH ............................................................................................ 37
Prosilica GC2450/2450C ................................................................................................. 39
Camera attribute highlights
........................................................................41
Filter ...........................................................................................................................42
Camera dimensions ..........................................................................................43
Prosilica GC750, GC1280 ................................................................................................. 43
Prosilica GC CCD models: ................................................................................................. 44
Tripod adapter .............................................................................................................. 45
C-Mount flange focal distance.......................................................................................... 46
Camera interfaces .............................................................................................48
Status LEDs .................................................................................................................. 48
Gigabit Ethernet port ..................................................................................................... 49
Camera I/O connector pin assignment ............................................................................... 50
I/O definition ............................................................................................................... 51
Video iris output description............................................................................................ 54
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Camera trigger .....................................................................................................55
Camera I/O opto-isolated user circuit example .................................................................... 55
Camera I/O non-isolated user circuit example ..................................................................... 56
Trigger timing diagram................................................................................................... 57
Firmware update .................................................................................................59
Resolution and ROI frame rates
...............................................................60
Prosilica GC650............................................................................................................. 60
Prosilica GC655............................................................................................................. 61
Prosilica GC660............................................................................................................. 61
Prosilica GC750............................................................................................................. 62
Prosilica GC780............................................................................................................. 62
Prosilica GC1020 ........................................................................................................... 63
Prosilica GC1280 ........................................................................................................... 63
Prosilica GC1290 ........................................................................................................... 64
Prosilica GC1350 ........................................................................................................... 64
Prosilica GC1380 ........................................................................................................... 65
Prosilica GC1380H ......................................................................................................... 65
Prosilica GC1600 .......................................................................................................... 66
Prosilica GC1600H ......................................................................................................... 66
Prosilica GC2450 ........................................................................................................... 67
Prosilica GC model comparison ........................................................................................ 68
Camera data path ...............................................................................................69
Prosilica GC: monochrome cameras ................................................................................... 69
Prosilica GC: color cameras.............................................................................................. 69
Prosilica GC750C ........................................................................................................... 70
Appendix ..................................................................................................................71
Sensor position of Prosilica GC cameras ............................................................................. 71
Additional references ......................................................................................72
Index...........................................................................................................................73
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Contacting Allied Vision
Contacting Allied Vision
Info
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Technical information:
http://www.alliedvision.com
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Support:
support@alliedvision.com
Allied Vision Technologies GmbH (Headquarters)
Taschenweg 2a
07646 Stadtroda, Germany
Tel.: +49 36428-677-0
Fax: +49 36428-677-28
e-mail: info@alliedvision.com
Allied Vision Technologies Canada Inc.
101-3750 North Fraser Way
Burnaby, BC, V5J 5E9, Canada
Tel.: +1 604-875-8855
Fax: +1 604-875-8856
e-mail: info@alliedvision.com
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Newburyport, MA 01950, USA
Toll Free number +1 877-USA-1394
Tel.: +1 978-225-2030
Fax: +1 978-225-2029
e-mail: info@alliedvision.com
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#07-02 D’Lithium
Singapore 368001
Tel.: +65 6634-9027
Fax: +65 6634-9029
e-mail: info@alliedvision.com
Allied Vision Technologies (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
2-2109 Hongwell International Plaza
1602# ZhongShanXi Road
Shanghai 200235, China
Tel.: +86 (21) 64861133
Fax: +86 (21) 54233670
e-mail: info@alliedvision.com
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Introduction
Introduction
This Prosilica GC Technical Manual describes in depth the technical specifications of the Prosilica GC camera family including dimensions, feature overview,
I/O definition, trigger timing waveforms, and frame rate performance.
For information on software installation read the GigE Installation Manual. For
detailed information on camera features and controls specific to the Prosilica
GC refer to the GigE Features Reference and GigE Camera and Driver Attributes documents.
www
Prosilica GC literature:
http://www.alliedvision.com/en/support/technicaldocumentation/prosilica-gc-documentation
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Document history
Version Date
Remarks
V2.0.0 2011-Jul-22 New Manual - RELEASE status
V2.0.1 2011-Oct-07 Added note to Figure 34
V.2.0.2 2012-Sep-21 •
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Renamed Camera IO signals
Reworked cleaning optics section
V.2.0.3 2013-Jan-14 •
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Updated the exposure control values
Updated the Frame rate vs. Height graphs
Removed the internal I/O circuit diagram
V2.0.4 2013-Mar-26 •
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Added Status LEDs section
Added Appendix
Updated the RoHS directive
Updated the pixel format naming according to the GenICam naming convention
Added caution regarding the drive voltage for the video iris lens on page 54
Added frame rate formulas in the Resolution and ROI frame rates chapter
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V2.0.5 2013-May-07 •
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Updated the exposure control values in the Specifications chapter
Added VIMBA SDK link in the Additional references section
Updated AVT recommended cabling to Category 6 or higher in the Gigabit
Ethernet port section
to be continued on next page
Table 1: Document history
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Introduction
Version Date
Remarks
continued from last page
V2.0.6 2013-Jul-05
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V2.0.7 2013-Oct-02
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Added contact information for Allied Vision Technologies (Shanghai) Co.
Ltd.
Updated the links to AVT GigE Installation Manual
Added links to AVT GigE Camera and Driver Features document
Added optical flange focal distance and maximum lens protrusion information on page 45
Updated Cleaning optics section
Updated vertical binning values in Specifications chapter
Updated table 17 on page 40
Updated links for AVT PvAPI SDK
V2.0.8 2013-Nov-26 •
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Added chapter Description of the data path on page 69
Updated the Index
V2.1.0 2015-Mar-20 •
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Updated Allied Vision logo
Replaced old links with new Allied Vision website links
Changed file name from ‘GigE Camera and Driver Features’ to ‘GigE Features
Reference’
Changed chapter name from ‘Description of data path’ to ‘Camera data
path’
Replaced the optical flange focal distance section with C-Mount flange
focal distance section
Updated datapath diagram for Prosilica GC: color cameras
Updated exposure control and power requirements in Specifications chapter
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Table 1: Document history
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Introduction
Manual conventions
To give this manual an easily understood layout and to emphasize important
information, the following typographical styles and symbols are used:
Styles
Style
Function
Example
Bold
Programs, inputs, or
highlighting important
information
bold
Courier
Code listings etc.
Input
Upper case
Register
REGISTER
Italics
Modes, fields
Mode
Parentheses and/or blue Links
(Link)
Table 2: Styles
Symbols
Note
This symbol highlights important information.
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Caution
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www
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This symbol highlights important instructions. You have to
follow these instructions to avoid malfunctions.
This symbol highlights URLs for further information.
The URL itself is shown in blue.
Example:
http://www.alliedvision.com
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Introduction
Precautions
Caution
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Do not disassemble the camera housing. Warranty is
void if camera has been disassembled.
This camera contains sensitive internal components.
Caution
Keep shipping material.

Poor packaging of the product may cause damage during
shipping.
Caution
Verify all external connections.

Verify all external connections in terms of voltage levels,
power requirements, voltage polarity, and signal integrity
prior to powering the device.
Caution
Cleaning.

This product can be damaged by some volatile cleaning
agents. Avoid cleaning the image sensor unless absolutely
necessary. Please see instructions on optics cleaning in
this document.
Caution
Do not exceed environmental specifications.

See environmental specifications limits in the Specifications
section of this document. Special care must be taken to
maintain a reasonable operating temperature. If the camera
is operated in temperatures higher than the specified range,
the camera should be mounted on a heat sink.
Cleaning optics
Caution
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Allied Vision does not warranty against any physical
damage to the sensor/filter/protection glass or lenses.
Use utmost care when cleaning optical components.
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Introduction
Caution

Do not touch any optics with fingers. Oil from fingers
can damage fragile optical coatings.
Identifying debris
Debris on the image sensor or optical components appears as a darkened area
or smudge on a camera image. Do not confuse this with a pixel defect which
appears as a distinct point.
Locating debris
First determine whether the debris is on the sensor glass, IR filter (if used), or
lens. The farther away the debris is from the sensor, the blurrier the debris
appears on a camera image.
Stream a live image from the camera using a uniform target, such as a piece of
paper. To determine if the debris is on the camera lens, rotate the lens independent of the camera. If the spot moves, the debris is on the lens. Otherwise, the
debris is on the IR filter (if used) or sensor glass.
Color cameras with IR filter
Prosilica GC color cameras are equipped with an IR filter. With no lens or lens
cap on a camera, the IR filter is exposed and debris can accumulate on it. This is
the most probable location for debris. It should not be necessary to remove the
IR filter for cleaning. Clean the outside of the IR filter glass using the techniques explained in the next section.
If it is determined that the debris is on the inside surface of the filter glass, or
on the sensor glass, IR filter removal is necessary. Depending on the manufacturing date of your Prosilica GC camera, the IR filter may be slot type, or pinhole
type. Slot type filters can be removed using a small flat head screw driver. Pinhole type filters require a pin spanner wrench for removal.
Note
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A pin spanner wrench suitable for IR filter removal is available
for purchase from Allied Vision.
P/N: E9020001
Cleaning with air
Blow directly on the contaminated surface with moderate pressure, clean compressed air.
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Introduction
Caution

Do not exceed 6 bar (90 psi). If using canned air, approximately ~ 4.8 bar (70 psi) when full, do not shake or tilt the
can, as extreme changes in temperature due to sudden cold
air can crack the optic glass.
View a live image with the camera after blowing. If debris is still present, repeat
the process until it is determined that the particulate cannot be dislodged. If
this is the case, proceed to the contact cleaning technique.
Contact cleaning
Only use this method if the above air cleaning method does not sufficiently
clean the surface. Use 99% pure isopropyl alcohol and clean cotton swabs. Wet
the swab in the alcohol. Quickly wipe the optics in a single stroke. Prolonged
exposure of alcohol on the swab can cause the swab glue to loosen and transfer
to the optic glass. Do not reuse the same swab. Repeat this process until the
debris is removed. If this process fails to remove the debris, contact Allied
Vision.
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Conformity
Conformity
Allied Vision Technologies declares under its sole responsibility that all standard cameras of the Prosilica GC family to which this declaration relates are in
conformity with the following standard(s) or other normative document(s):
• CE, following the provisions of 2004/108/EG directive
• FCC Part 15 Class A
• RoHS (2011/65/EU)
We declare, under our sole responsibility, that the previously described Prosilica GC cameras conform to the directives of the CE.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential environment. This equipment generates radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Any modifications not expressly
approved in this manual may void your authority to operate this equipment.
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Specifications
Specifications
Prosilica GC650/650C
Feature
Specification
Resolution
Sensor
Type
Sensor size
Cell size
Lens mount
Max frame rate at full resolution
A/D
On-board FIFO
Bit depth
659 x 493
Sony ICX424AL, ICX424AQ for color
CCD Progressive
Type 1/3
7.4 μm
C (adjustable) / CS
90 fps
12 bit
16 MB
8/12
GC650: Mono8, Mono12, Mono12Packed
GC650C: Mono8
BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerGR12Packed, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed,
YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
8 μs to 116.8 s; 1 μs increments
0 to 19 dB
1 to 8 columns
1 to full resolution
1 input, 1 output
1 input, 1 output
1
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
3.3 W @ 12 V DC
1.0 μs for non-isolated I/O, 2.8 μs for isolated I/O
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
10 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
20 to 80% non-condensing
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
104 g
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Mono formats
Color formats
Exposure control
Gain control
Horizontal binning
Vertical binning
TTL I/Os
Opto-coupled I/Os
RS-232
Voltage requirements
Power consumption
Trigger latency
Trigger jitter
Tpd
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
Mass
Hardware interface standard
Software interface standard
Regulatory
Table 3: Prosilica GC650/650C camera specifications
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Specifications
60%
Quantum Efficiency
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
400
500
600
700
800
Wavelength [nm]
900
1000
650
700
Figure 1: Prosilica GC650 monochrome spectral response
40%
Red
Green
500
550
Wavelength [nm]
Blue
35%
Quantum Efficiency
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
450
600
Figure 2: Prosilica GC650C color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Specifications
Prosilica GC655/655C
Feature
Specification
Resolution
Sensor
Type
Sensor size
Cell size
Lens mount
Max frame rate at full resolution
A/D
On-board FIFO
Bit depth
659 x 493
Sony ICX414AL, ICX414AQ for color
CCD Progressive
Type 1/2
9.9 μm
C (adjustable) / CS
90 fps
12 bit
16 MB
8/12
Mono formats
Color formats
Exposure control
Gain control
Horizontal binning
Vertical binning
TTL I/Os
Opto-coupled I/Os
RS-232
Voltage requirements
Power consumption
Trigger latency
Trigger jitter
Tpd
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
Mass
Hardware interface standard
Software interface standard
Regulatory
GC655: Mono8, Mono12, Mono12Packed
GC655C: Mono8
BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerGR12Packed, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed,
YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
8 μs to 116.8 s; 1 μs increments
0 to 22 dB
1 to 8 columns
1 to full resolution
1 input, 1 outputs
1 input, 1 outputs
1
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
3.0 W @ 12 VDC
1.0 μs for non-isolated I/O, 2.8 μs for isolated I/O
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
10 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
20 to 80% non-condensing
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
105 g
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Table 4: Prosilica GC655/655C camera specifications
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Specifications
45%
40%
Quantum Efficiency
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
500
600
700
800
Wavelength [nm]
900
1000
650
700
Figure 3: Prosilica GC655 monochrome spectral response
Red
35%
Green
Blue
Quantum Efficiency
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
450
500
550
Wavelength [nm]
600
Figure 4: Prosilica GC655C color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Specifications
Prosilica GC660/660C
Feature
Specification
Resolution
Sensor
Type
Sensor size
Cell size
Lens mount
Max frame rate at full resolution
A/D
On-board FIFO
Bit depth
659 x 493
Sony ICX618ALA, ICX618AQ for color
CCD Progressive
Type 1/4
5.6 μm
C (adjustable) / CS
119 fps
12 bit
16 MB
8/12
Mono formats
Color formats
Exposure control
Gain control
Horizontal binning
Vertical binning
TTL I/Os
Opto-coupled I/Os
RS-232
Voltage requirements
Power consumption
Trigger latency
Trigger jitter
Tpd
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
Mass
Hardware interface standard
Software interface standard
Regulatory
GC660: Mono8, Mono12, Mono12Packed
GC660C: Mono8
BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerGR12Packed, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed,
YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
10 μs to 78.5 s; 1 μs increments
0 to 34 dB
1 to 8 columns
1 to 14 rows
1 input, 1 outputs
1 input, 1 outputs
1
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
3.0 W @ 12 VDC
1.0 μs for non-isolated I/O, 2.8 μs for isolated I/O
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
10 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
20 to 80% non-condensing
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
105 g
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Table 5: Prosilica GC660/660C camera specifications
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Specifications
45%
40%
Quantum Efficiency
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
650
700
Wavelength [nm]
Figure 5: Prosilica GC660 monochrome spectral response
80%
Red
Green
500
550
Blue
70%
Quantum Efficiency
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
400
450
600
Wavelength [nm]
Figure 6: Prosilica GC660C color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Specifications
Prosilica GC750/750C
Feature
Specification
Resolution
752 x 480
Sensor
Micron MT9V022
Type
CMOS Progressive
Sensor size
Type 1/3
Cell size
6 μm
Lens mount
CS
Max frame rate at full resolution 67 fps
A/D
10 bit
On-board FIFO
16 MB
Bit depth
8/10
Mono formats
GC750: Mono8, Mono10
GC750C: Mono8
Color formats
BayerBG8, BayerBG10, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed, RGBA8Packed,
BGRA8Packed, YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
Exposure control
30 μs to 60 s; 1 μs increments
Gain control
0 to 48 dB
TTL I/Os
1 input, 1 outputs
Opto-coupled I/Os
1 input, 1 outputs
RS-232
1
Voltage requirements
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
Power consumption
2.2 W @ 12 VDC
Trigger latency
31 μs for non-isolated I/O, 43 μs for isolated I/O
Trigger jitter
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
Tpd
10 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
Storage temperature
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
Operating humidity
20 to 80% non-condensing
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
45 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
Mass
85 g
Hardware interface standard
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
Software interface standard
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
Regulatory
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Table 6: Prosilica GC750/750C camera specifications
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Specifications
60%
Quantum Efficiency
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
400
500
600
700
800
Wavelength [nm]
900
1000
650
700
Figure 7: Prosilica GC750 monochrome spectral response
35%
Red
Green
500
550
Wavelength [nm]
Blue
Quantum Efficiency
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
450
600
Figure 8: Prosilica GC750C color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Specifications
Prosilica GC780/780C
Feature
Specification
Resolution
Sensor
Type
Sensor size
Cell size
Lens mount
Max frame rate at full resolution
A/D
On-board FIFO
Bit depth
Mono formats
782 x 582
Sony ICX415AL, ICX415AQ for color
CCD Progressive
Type 1/2
8.3 μm
C (adjustable)
64 fps
12 bit
16 MB
8/12
GC780: Mono8, Mono12, Mono12Packed
GC780C: Mono8
BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerGR12Packed, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed,
YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
8 μs to 116.8 s; 1 μs increments
1 to 8 columns
1 to full resolution
GC780: 0 to 26 dB
GC780C: 0 to 23 dB
1 input, 1 output
1 input, 1 output
1
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
2.8 W @ 12 VDC
1 μs for non-isolated I/O, 2.8 μs for isolated I/O
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
10 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
20 to 80% non-condensing
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
100 g
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Color formats
Exposure control
Horizontal binning
Vertical binning
Gain control
TTL I/Os
Opto-coupled I/Os
RS-232
Voltage requirements
Power consumption
Trigger latency
Trigger jitter
Tpd
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
Mass
Hardware interface standard
Software interface standard
Regulatory
Table 7: Prosilica GC780/780C camera specifications
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Specifications
45%
40%
Quantum Efficiency
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
500
600
700
800
Wavelength [nm]
900
1000
Figure 9: Prosilica GC780 monochrome spectral response
35%
Red
Green
500
550
Wavelength [nm]
Blue
Quantum Efficiency
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
450
600
650
700
Figure 10: Prosilica GC780C color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Specifications
Prosilica GC1020/1020C
Feature
Specification
Resolution
Sensor
Type
Sensor size
Cell size
Lens mount
Max frame rate at full resolution
A/D
On-board FIFO
Bit depth
1024 x 768
Sony ICX204AL, ICX204AK for color
CCD Progressive
Type 1/3
4.65 μm
C (adjustable) / CS
33 fps
12 bit
16 MB
8/12
Mono formats
GC1020: Mono8, Mono12, Mono12Packed
GC1020C: Mono8
BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerGR12Packed, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed,
YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
8 μs to 116.8 s; 1 μs increments
0 to 22 dB
1 to 8 columns
1 to full resolution
1 input, 1 output
1 input, 1 output
1
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
2.9 W @ 12 VDC
2.8 μs for non-isolated I/O, 4.5 μs for isolated I/O
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
10 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
20 to 80% non-condensing
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
99 g
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Color formats
Exposure control
Gain control
Horizontal binning
Vertical binning
TTL I/Os
Opto-coupled I/Os
RS-232
Voltage requirements
Power consumption
Trigger latency
Trigger jitter
Tpd
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
Mass
Hardware interface standard
Software interface standard
Regulatory
Table 8: Prosilica GC1020/1020C camera specifications
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Specifications
50%
45%
Quantum Efficiency
40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
500
600
700
800
Wavelength [nm]
900
1000
650
700
Figure 11: Prosilica GC1020 monochrome spectral response
35%
Red
Green
500
550
Wavelength [nm]
Blue
Quantum Efficiency
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
450
600
Figure 12: Prosilica GC1020C color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Specifications
Prosilica GC1280
Feature
Specification
Resolution
1280 x 1024
Sensor
Cypress IBIS5B
Type
CMOS Progressive
Sensor size
Type 2/3
Cell size
6.7 μm
Lens mount
C (adjustable)
Max frame rate at full resolution 27 fps
A/D
10 bit
On-board FIFO
16 MB
Bit depth
8/10
Mono formats
Mono8
Exposure control
10 μs to 1 s; 1 μs increments
Gain control
0 to 15 dB
TTL I/Os
1 input, 1 output
Opto-coupled I/Os
1 input, 1 output
RS-232
1
Voltage requirements
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
Power consumption
2.9 W @ 12 VDC
Trigger latency
2.8 μs for non-isolated I/O, 4.5 μs for isolated I/O
Trigger jitter
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
Tpd
10 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
Storage temperature
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
Operating humidity
20 to 80% non-condensing
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
Mass
99 g
Hardware interface standard
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
Software interface standard
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
Regulatory
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Table 9: Prosilica GC1280 camera specifications
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Specifications
0.18
QE 30%
QE 20%
0.16
Spectral response [A/W]
0.14
0.12
0.1
QE 10%
0.08
0.06
0.04
0.02
0
400
500
600
700
800
Wavelength [nm]
900
1000
Figure 13: Prosilica GC1280 monochrome spectral response
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Specifications
Prosilica GC1290/1290C
Feature
Specification
Resolution
Sensor
Type
Sensor size
Cell size
Lens mount
Max frame rate at full resolution
A/D
On-board FIFO
Bit depth
1280 x 960
Sony ICX445ALA, ICX445AQA for color
CCD Progressive
Type 1/3
3.75 μm
C (adjustable) / CS
32 fps
12 bit
16 MB
8/12
Mono formats
GC1290: Mono8, Mono12, Mono12Packed
GC1290C: Mono8
BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerGR12Packed, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed,
YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
12 μs to 78.5 s; 1 μs increments
0 to 24 dB
1 to 8 columns
1 to 14 rows
1 input, 1 output
1 input, 1 output
1
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
3 W @ 12 VDC
2 μs for non-isolated I/O, 10 μs for isolated I/O
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
10 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
20 to 80% non-condensing
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
106 g
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Color formats
Exposure control
Gain control
Horizontal binning
Vertical binning
TTL I/Os
Opto-coupled I/Os
RS-232
Voltage requirements
Power consumption
Trigger latency
Trigger jitter
Tpd
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
Mass
Hardware interface standard
Software interface standard
Regulatory
Table 10: Prosilica GC1290/1290C camera specifications
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Specifications
60%
50%
Quantum Efficiency
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
650
700
Wavelength [nm]
Figure 14: Prosilica GC1290 monochrome spectral response
Red
Green
500
550
Wavelength [nm]
Blue
60%
40%
n
Quantum Efficiency
50%
30%
20%
10%
0%
400
450
600
Figure 15: Prosilica GC1290C color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Specifications
Prosilica GC1350/1350C
Feature
Specification
Resolution
Sensor
Type
Sensor size
Cell size
Lens mount
Max frame rate at full resolution
A/D
On-board FIFO
Bit depth
1360 x 1024
Sony ICX205AL, Sony ICX205AK for color
CCD Progressive
Type 1/2
4.65 μm
C (adjustable) / CS
20 fps
12 bit
16 MB
8/12
Mono formats
GC1350: Mono8, Mono12, Mono12Packed
GC1350C: Mono8
BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerGR12Packed, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed,
YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
8 μs to 116.8 s; 1 μs increments
0 to 25 dB
1 to 8 columns
1 to full resolution
1 input, 1 output
1 input, 1 output
1
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
3 W @ 12 VDC
3.5 μs for non-isolated I/O, 5 μs for isolated I/O
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
10 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
20 to 80% non-condensing
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
100 g
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Color formats
Exposure control
Gain control
Horizontal binning
Vertical binning
TTL I/Os
Opto-coupled I/Os
RS-232
Voltage requirements
Power consumption
Trigger latency
Trigger jitter
Tpd
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
Mass
Hardware interface standard
Software interface standard
Regulatory
Table 11: Prosilica GC1350/1350C camera specifications
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Specifications
45%
40%
Quantum Efficiency
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
650
700
Wavelength [nm]
Figure 16: Prosilica GC1350 monochrome spectral response
40%
Red
Green
500
550
Wavelength [nm]
Blue
35%
Quantum Efficiency
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
450
600
Figure 17: Prosilica GC1350C color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Specifications
Prosilica GC1380/1380C
Feature
Specification
Resolution
Sensor
Type
Sensor size
Cell size
Lens mount
Max frame rate at full resolution
A/D
On-board FIFO
Bit depth
1360 x 1024
Sony ICX285AL, Sony ICX285AQ for color
CCD Progressive
Type 2/3
6.45 μm
C (adjustable)
20.2 fps
12 bit
16 MB
8/12
Mono formats
GC1380: Mono8, Mono12, Mono12Packed
GC1380C: Mono8
BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerGR12Packed, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed,
YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
8 μs to 116.8 s; 1 μs increments
0 to 27 dB
1 to 8 columns
1 to full resolution
1 input, 1 output
1 input, 1 output
1
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
3.3 W @ 12 VDC
3.7 μs for non-isolated I/O, 5 μs for isolated I/O
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
10 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
20 to 80% non-condensing
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
104 g
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Color formats
Exposure control
Gain control
Horizontal binning
Vertical binning
TTL I/Os
Opto-coupled I/Os
RS-232
Voltage requirements
Power consumption
Trigger latency
Trigger jitter
Tpd
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
Mass
Hardware interface standard
Software interface standard
Regulatory
Table 12: Prosilica GC1380/1380C camera specifications
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Specifications
60%
Quantum Efficiency
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
650
700
Wavelength [nm]
Figure 18: Prosilica GC1380 monochrome spectral response
Red
Green
500
550
Wavelength [nm]
Blue
50%
45%
Quantum Efficiency
40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
450
600
Figure 19: Prosilica GC1380C color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Specifications
Prosilica GC1380H/1380CH
Feature
Specification
Resolution
Sensor
Type
Sensor size
Cell size
Lens mount
Max frame rate at full resolution
A/D
On-board FIFO
Bit depth
1360 x 1024
Sony ICX285AL, Sony ICX285AQ for color
CCD Progressive
Type 2/3
6.45 μm
C (adjustable)
30 fps
12 bit
16 MB
8/12
Mono formats
GC1380H: Mono8, Mono12, Mono12Packed
GC1380CH: Mono8
BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerGR12Packed, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed,
YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
10 μs to 78.5 s; 1 μs increments
0 to 33 dB
1 to 8 columns
1 to 14 rows
1 input, 1 output
1 input, 1 output
1
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
3.3 W @ 12 VDC
2 μs for non-isolated I/O, 10 μs for isolated I/O
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
10 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
20 to 80% non-condensing
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
111 g
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Color formats
Exposure control
Gain control
Horizontal binning
Vertical binning
TTL I/Os
Opto-coupled I/Os
RS-232
Voltage requirements
Power consumption
Trigger latency
Trigger jitter
Tpd
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
Mass
Hardware interface standard
Software interface standard
Regulatory
Table 13: Prosilica GC1380H/1380CH camera specifications
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Specifications
60%
Quantum Efficiency
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
650
700
Wavelength [nm]
Figure 20: Prosilica GC1380H monochrome spectral response
Red
Green
500
550
Wavelength [nm]
Blue
50%
45%
Quantum Efficiency
40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
450
600
Figure 21: Prosilica GC1380CH color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Specifications
Prosilica GC1600/1600C
Feature
Specification
Resolution
Sensor
Type
Sensor size
Cell size
Lens mount
Max frame rate at full resolution
A/D
On-board FIFO
Bit depth
1620 x 1220
Sony ICX274AL, ICX274AQ for color
CCD Progressive
Type 1/1.8
4.4 μm
C (adjustable)
15 fps
12 bit
16 MB
8/12
Mono formats
GC1600: Mono8, Mono12, Mono12Packed
GC1600C: Mono8
BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerGR12Packed, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed,
YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
10 μs to 116.8 s; 1 μs increments
0 to 21 dB
1 to 8 columns
1 to 14 rows
1 input, 1 output
1 input, 1 output
1
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
3.3 W @ 12 VDC
2.3 μs for non-isolated I/O, 4 μs for isolated I/O
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
10 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
20 to 80% non-condensing
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
97 g
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Color formats
Exposure control
Gain control
Horizontal binning
Vertical binning
TTL I/Os
Opto-coupled I/Os
RS-232
Voltage requirements
Power consumption
Trigger latency
Trigger jitter
Tpd
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
Mass
Hardware interface standard
Software interface standard
Regulatory
Table 14: Prosilica GC1600/1600C camera specifications
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Specifications
60%
Quantum Efficiency
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
400
500
600
700
Wavelength [nm]
800
900
1000
650
700
Figure 22: Prosilica GC1600 monochrome spectral response
Red
Green
500
550
Wavelength [nm]
Blue
35%
30%
Quantum Efficiency
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
450
600
Figure 23: Prosilica GC1600C color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Specifications
Prosilica GC1600H/1600CH
Feature
Specification
Resolution
Sensor
Type
Sensor size
Cell size
Lens mount
Max frame rate at full resolution
A/D
On-board FIFO
Bit depth
1620 x 1220
Sony ICX274AL, ICX274AQ for color
CCD Progressive
Type 1/1.8
4.4 μm
C (adjustable)
25 fps
12 bit
16 MB
8/12
Mono formats
GC1600H: Mono8, Mono12, Mono12Packed
GC1600CH: Mono8
BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerGR12Packed, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed,
YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
10 μs to 68.7 s; 1 μs increments
0 to 32 dB
1 to 8 columns
1 to 14 rows
1 input, 1 output
1 input, 1 output
1
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
3.3 W @ 12 VDC
2 μs for non-isolated I/O, 10 μs for isolated I/O
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
20 ns for non-isolated I/O, 0.5 μs for isolated I/O
0 to +50 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
20 to 80% non-condensing
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
105 g
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Color formats
Exposure control
Gain control
Horizontal binning
Vertical binning
TTL I/Os
Opto-coupled I/Os
RS-232
Voltage requirements
Power consumption
Trigger latency
Trigger jitter
Tpd
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
Mass
Hardware interface standard
Software interface standard
Regulatory
Table 15: Prosilica GC1600H/1600CH camera specifications
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Specifications
60%
Quantum Efficiency
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
400
500
600
700
Wavelength [nm]
800
900
1000
650
700
Figure 24: Prosilica GC1600H monochrome spectral response
Red
Green
500
550
Wavelength [nm]
Blue
35%
30%
Quantum Efficiency
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
450
600
Figure 25: Prosilica GC1600CH color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Specifications
Prosilica GC2450/2450C
Feature
Specification
Resolution
Sensor
Type
Sensor size
Cell size
Lens mount
Max frame rate at full resolution
A/D
On-board FIFO
Bit depth
2448 x 2050
Sony ICX625ALA, Sony ICX625AQA for color
CCD Progressive
Type 2/3
3.45 μm
C (adjustable)
15 fps
12 bit
16 MB
8/12
Mono formats
GC2450: Mono8, Mono12, Mono12Packed
GC2450C: Mono8
BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerGR12Packed, RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed,
YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
24 μs to 42.9 s; 1 μs increments
0 to 32 dB
1 to 8 columns
1 to 14 rows
1 input, 1 output
1 input, 1 output
1
5– 16 VDC: Cameras with SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999
5–25 VDC: Cameras with SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX
3.8 W @ 12 VDC
2 μs for non-isolated I/O, 10 μs for isolated I/O
±20 ns for non-isolated I/O, ±0.5 μs for isolated I/O
20 ns for non-isolated I/O, 1.3 μs for isolated I/O
0 to +40 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
-10 to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)
20 to 80% non-condensing
59 x 46 x 33 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
106 g
IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
GigE Vision Standard 1.2
CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)
Color formats
Exposure control
Gain control
Horizontal binning
Vertical binning
TTL I/Os
Opto-coupled I/Os
RS-232
Voltage requirements
Power consumption
Trigger latency
Trigger jitter
Tpd
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Body dimensions (L x W x H)
Mass
Hardware interface standard
Software interface standard
Regulatory
Table 16: Prosilica GC2450/2450C camera specifications
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Specifications
60%
Quantum Efficiency
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
400
500
600
700
Wavelength [nm]
800
900
1000
650
700
Figure 26: Prosilica GC2450 monochrome spectral response
Red
Green
500
550
Wavelength [nm]
Blue
45%
40%
Quantum Efficiency
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
400
450
600
Figure 27: Prosilica GC2450C color spectral response (without IR cut filter)
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Camera attribute highlights
Camera attribute highlights
Allied Vision cameras support a number of standard and extended features. The
table below identifies a selection of interesting capabilities of the Prosilica GC
camera family.
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A complete listing of camera controls, including control definitions can be found online:
PvAPI users: GigE Camera and Driver Attributes document
VIMBA users: GigE Features Reference document
Control
Description
Gain control
Manual and auto
Exposure control
Manual and auto
White balance
Red and blue channel; manual and auto control
External trigger event
Rising edge, falling edge, any edge, level high, level
low
External trigger delay
0 to 60* s; 1 μs increments
Fixed rate control
0.001 fps to maximum frame rate
Imaging modes
Sync out modes
Free-running, external trigger, fixed rate, software
trigger
Trigger ready, trigger input, exposing, readout,
imaging, strobe, GPO
Region of interest
Independent x and y control with 1 pixel resolution
Multicast
Streaming to multiple computers
Event channel
Chunk data
Color matrix
In-camera events including exposure start and trigger are asynchronously broadcasted to the host computer
Captured images are bundled with attribute information such as exposure and gain value
Correct color rendering for specific color temperature
Gamma, Hue, Saturation Adjust image gamma, hue and saturation
Precision Time Protocol Synchronize clocks of multiple cameras using multiIEEE1588
cast messaging
Lens control
Control P-iris lenses
*May vary depending on the camera model
Table 17: Prosilica GC camera and driver attribute highlights
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Filter
Filter
All Prosilica GC color models are equipped with an infrared block filter (IR filter). This filter is employed to prevent infrared wavelength photons from passing to the sensor. In the absence of IR filter, images are dominated by red and
incapable of being properly color balanced. Monochrome cameras do not
employ an IR filter.
The figure below shows the filter transmission response for the IRC30 filter
employed in the Prosilica GC cameras.
100
90
Transmission [%]
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
350
450
550
650
750
850
950
Wavelength [nm]
Figure 28: IRC30 filter transmission response
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Camera dimensions
Camera dimensions
The Prosilica GC family offers both CCD and CMOS sensor models. CCD cameras
utilize additional circuitry required for A/D conversion. As a result, CMOS models offer a shorter mechanical package then CCD models.
Prosilica GC750, GC1280
26
M3x4 (4x)
38
26
26
M3x4 (2x)
M3x4 (2x)
13.9*
50.6*
33.9
30.8
*Nominal value. Add 0.3mm for
color cameras.
45.7
33
Figure 29: Mechanical dimensions for Prosilica GC750, and GC1280
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Prosilica GC CCD models:
GC650/C, GC655/C, GC660/C, GC780C, GC1020/C, GC1290/C, GC1350/C,
GC1380/C, GC1380H/C, GC1600/C, GC1600H/C, GC2450/C
26
M3x4 (4x)
38
26
26
M3x4 (2x)
M3x4 (2x)
12.9*
58.7*
39.9
42.9
*Nominal value. Add 0.3mm for
color cameras.
45.7
33
Figure 30: Prosilica GC CCD models mechanical dimensions
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Camera dimensions
Tripod adapter
A Prosilica GC camera can be mounted on a camera tripod by using mounting
plate P/N 02-5002A. The same mounting plate can be used for all models within
the GC camera family.
Note
Contact your Allied Vision sales representative to purchase GC
mounting plate 02-5002A.

0.5
0.5
24
14
4.5
32.5
26
19.5
1/4-20 Tapped Hole
THRU
6 THRU
9
18
6
3.4 THRU
6 PLCS TYP.
Figure 31: Prosilica GC tripod mount mechanical drawing
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Camera dimensions
C-Mount flange focal distance
Flange focal distance is the optical distance from the mounting flange to image
sensor die. Prosilica GC C-Mount cameras are optically calibrated to a standard
17.526 mm optical flange focal distance, with a ±10 μm tolerance.
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Prosilica GC cameras are shipped with adjustable C-Mount. The
camera can also be built with a CS-Mount with a standard 12.50
mm optical flange focal distance and a ± 10 μm tolerance.
See Modular Concept for more information:
http://www.alliedvision.com/fileadmin/content/documents/
products/cameras/various/modular-concept/
Modular_concept_external.pdf
Adjustment of C-Mount
The C-Mount is adjusted at the factory and should not require adjusting. If for
some reason the lens mount requires adjustment, use the following method.
LOCKING WRENCH
LOCKING RING
C-MOUNT RING
Figure 32: Prosilica GC camera and locking wrench
Loosen locking ring
Use an adjustable wrench to loosen the locking ring. Be careful not to scratch
the camera. When the locking ring is loose, unthread the ring a few turns from
the camera face.
Note

A wrench suitable for this procedure is available for purchase
from Allied Vision.
P/N: 02-5003A
Image to infinity
Use a C-Mount compatible lens that allows an infinity focus. Set the lens to
infinity and image a distant object—10 to 15 m should suffice. Make sure the
lens is firmly threaded onto the C-Mount ring. Rotate the lens and C-Mount ring
until the image is focused. Carefully tighten the locking ring and recheck focus.
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Camera dimensions
Lens protrusion for C-Mount cameras
Lens protrusion is the distance from outer edge of C-Mount ring to contact point
of first surface internal to C-Mount ring. For color cameras this surface is the IRfilter holder, and for mono cameras this surface is the internal camera front
plate (see figure 33). Table 18 presents lens protrusion values for Prosilica GC
cameras with C-Mount.
A
Lens protrusion
Lens protrusion
Front Plate
IR cut filter
holder
A
Section A-A for C-Mount
color cameras
Section A-A for C-Mount
monochrome cameras
Figure 33: Cross section of typical Prosilica GC assembly with C-Mount
Camera
Mount
Maximum Lens
protrusion [mm]
Camera
Mount
Maximum Lens
protrusion [mm]
GC650
C-Mount
13.64
GC1290C
C-Mount
12.20
GC650C
C-Mount
9.01
GC1350
C-Mount
13.64
GC655
C-Mount
13.64
GC1350C
C-Mount
8.90
GC655C
C-Mount
8.29
GC1380
C-Mount
13.65
GC660
C-Mount
13.64
GC1380C
C-Mount
8.95
GC660C
C-Mount
11.01
GC1380H
C-Mount
13.64
GC750
CS-Mount
9.12
GC1380CH
C-Mount
8.31
GC750C
CS-Mount
3.84
GC1600
C-Mount
13.64
GC780
C-Mount
13.64
GC1600C
C-Mount
8.93
GC780C
C-Mount
8.29
GC1600CH
C-Mount
6.98
GC1020
C-Mount
13.64
GC1600H
C-Mount
13.64
GC1020C
C-Mount
9.01
GC2450
C-Mount
13.64
GC1290
C-Mount
13.64
GC2450C
C-Mount
10.93
Table 18: Lens protrusion for Prosilica GC cameras
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Camera interfaces
Camera interfaces
This chapter provides information on Gigabit Ethernet port, inputs and outputs,
and trigger features.
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Accessories:
Please contact Allied Vision sales representative or your local
Allied Vision dealer for information on accessories:
http://www.alliedvision.com/en/about-us/where-weare.html
I/O PORT:
CAMERA POWER
EXTERNAL SYNC IO
RS232 TX/RX
LED1
GIGABIT ETHERNET PORT
LED2
Figure 34: Prosilica GC connection ports
Status LEDs
The color of the LEDs have the following meaning:
LED Color
Status
LED1
Flashing / solid orange Ethernet activity
LED2
Flashing green
Camera is powered
Solid green
Camera is booted, and link with the
host is established
Table 19: Status of LEDs in Prosilica GC
Note

Once the camera is booted, LED2 will remain solid
green as long as the camera is powered, even if
connection with the host is lost.
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Camera interfaces
Gigabit Ethernet port
The Gigabit Ethernet port conforms to the IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T standard for
Gigabit Ethernet over copper. We recommend using Category 6 or higher compatible cabling and connectors for best performance.
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Note

GigE Installation Manual offers detailed instructions for using
Prosilica GC cameras.
http://www.alliedvision.com/fileadmin/content/documents/
products/cameras/various/installation-manual/
GigE_Installation_Manual.pdf
See Hardware Selection for Allied Vision GigE Cameras application note for a list of recommended Ethernet adapters:
http://www.alliedvision.com/fileadmin/content/documents/
products/cameras/various/appnote/
Hardware_Selection_for_Allied_Vision_GigE_Cameras.pdf
A standard Ethernet adapter is available for purchase from
Allied Vision:
P/N: 02-3002A
Model: Intel Pro 1000/PT
Note
Cable lengths up to 100 m are supported.

The 8-pin RJ-45 jack has the pin assignment according to the
Ethernet standard (IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T).
Allied Vision recommends using locking-screw cables from
Components Express, Inc. for a perfect fit. Visit the CEI product
configurator to customize the cable according to your needs.
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Camera interfaces
Camera I/O connector pin assignment
2
1
9
Pin Signal
Direction Level
1
Camera GND
In
2
Camera Power In
3
In 1
In
4
Out 1
Out
5
In/Out
6
Isolated IO
GND
Video iris
7
8
10
3 11 12 7
4
6
5
Description
GND for ext. power Ground for camera power
supply
5–16* VDC
Camera power supply
Out
Uin(high) = 5–24 V
Uin(low) = 0–0.8 V
Open emitter max.
20 mA
Common GND for
In/Out
---
Output 1 opto-isolated
(SyncOut1)
Isolated input and output
signal ground
PWM signal for iris control
Reserved
---
---
---
8
TxD RS-232
Out
RS-232
Terminal transmit data
9
RxD RS-232
In
RS-232
Terminal receive data
10 Signal GND
---
---
11 In 2
In
LVTTL max. 3.3 V
Ground for RS232 and nonisolated IO
Input 2 non-isolated (SyncIn2)
12 Out 2
Out
LVTTL max. 3.3 V
Input 1 opto-isolated
(SyncIn1)
Output 2 non-isolated
(SyncOut2)
*Some models offer 5-25 VDC. See Camera power section for details.
Figure 35: Camera I/O connector pin assignment
The general purpose I/O port uses a Hirose HR10A-10R-12PB connector on the
camera side. The mating cable connector is Hirose HR10A-10P-12S.
Note

The cable side Hirose connector is available for
purchase from Allied Vision.
P/N: K7600040 or 02-7002A
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I/O definition
Camera power
The Prosilica GC camera family has recently been updated to offer an expanded
input power voltage range. The camera serial number is used to differentiate
between cameras that offer 5–16 VDC and those that offer 5– 25 VDC.
Caution
•

•
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Note

SN 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999:
– 5– 16 V. 12 V nominal.
SN ≥ 02-XXXXX-08XXX:
– 5– 25 V. 12 V nominal
For more information on the power voltage range update for
the Prosilica GC family:
http://www.alliedvision.com/fileadmin/content/documents/
products/cameras/various/appnote/
Prosilica_GC_power_voltage_specification_update.pdf
A 12 V power adapter with Hirose connector is available
for purchase from Allied Vision:
•
•
P/N 02-8003A North America Supply.
P/N 02-8004A Universal Supply.
Isolated IO ground
The Isolated IO GND connection provides the user ground reference and return
path for In 1, and Out 1. It is recommended that the ground wiring be physically
close to the In/Out wiring to prevent parasitic coupling. For example, a good
cable design connects In 1 to one conductor of a twisted pair, Isolated IO GND
to the second conductor of the same twisted pair.
RxD RS-232 and TxD RS-232
These signals are RS-232 compatible. These signals are not optically isolated.
Tie RS-232 ground to Signal GND to complete the RS-232 circuit.
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For complete RS-232 description and usage, see:
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http://www.alliedvision.com/fileadmin/content/documents/
products/cameras/various/appnote/RS232_Port_GigE_Cameras.pdf
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Input triggers
Input triggers allow the camera to be synchronized to an external event. The
camera can be programmed to trigger on the rising edge, falling edge, both
edges, or level of the signal. The camera can also be programmed to capture an
image at some programmable delay time after the trigger event.
In 1 – opto-isolated
In 1 is optically isolated and can be used in electrically noisy environments to
prevent false trigger events. Tie trigger ground to Isolated IO GND to complete
the trigger circuit. Compared to the non-isolated trigger, In 1 has a longer
propagation time. It can be driven from 5 to 24 V with a minimum current
source of 10 mA. See Camera I/O opto-isolated user circuit example for wiring
information.
In 2 – non-isolated
In 2 is not electrically isolated and can be used when environmental noise is
inconsequential and faster trigger response is required. The required trigger
signal is low voltage TTL 3.3 V. Tie trigger ground to Signal GND to complete
the trigger circuit. See Camera I/O non-isolated user circuit example for wiring
information.
Caution

Exceeding 5.1 V on In 2 can permanently damage
the camera.
Output signals
Output signals can be assigned to a variety of internal camera signals via software. They can be configured to active high or active low. The internal camera
signals are listed as follows:
Exposing
Corresponds to when camera is integrating light.
Trigger Ready
Indicates when the camera is ready to accept a trigger signal.
Trigger Input
A relay of the trigger input signal used to “daisy chain” the
trigger signal for multiple cameras.
Readout
Valid when camera is reading out data.
Imaging
Valid when camera is exposing or reading out.
Strobe
Programmable pulse based on one of the above events.
GPO
User programmable binary output.
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Out 1 – opto-isolated
Out 1 signal is optically isolated and requires a user voltage with a suitable pull
up resistor. Tie signal ground to Isolated IO GND to complete the external circuit. See Camera I/O opto-isolated user circuit example for wiring information.
Out 2– non-isolated
Out 2 signal is not electrically isolated and can be used when environmental
electrical noise is inconsequential and faster trigger response is required. Use
Signal GND to complete the external circuit. The output signal is a low voltage
TTL, maximum 3.3 V. Not suitable for driving loads in excess of 24 mA. See
Camera I/O non-isolated user circuit example for wiring information.
Signal ground
Signal Ground must be connected to the user’s external circuit ground if In 2 or
Out 2 is to be used, or if the RS-232 port is to be used. Note that Signal Ground
is common with Camera GND; however, it is good practice to provide a separate
ground connection for power and signal.
Video iris
This signal can be used to drive the video input of a video iris lens. See Video iris
output description section for wiring information.
Reserved
These signals are reserved for future use and should be left disconnected.
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Video iris output description
Prosilica GC cameras provide built-in auto iris controls for controlling videotype auto-iris lenses. These lenses are available from many popular security
lens companies including Pentax, Fujinon, Tamron, Schneider, etc.
Remote iris lens control allows the camera to be more adaptable to changing
light conditions. It allows the user to manually control the exposure and gain
values and rely solely on the auto iris for adjustment to ambient lighting.
Caution

CAMERA GND
CAMERA POWER
The following schematic uses CAMERA POWER to power the
video iris lens, and assumes CAMERA POWER = 12 V. Most
video iris lenses operate at a 8–16 V input voltage. Therefore, this circuit is not appropriate if using a 24 V camera
power supply. Doing so may irreparably damage your lens.
Please consult your video iris lens specifications for the
appropriate drive voltage.
CAMERA GND
12 V POWER
CABLE SIDE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
9
8
2
10
7
3
12 11
6
4
5
HIROSE HR10A-10P-12S
LENS POWER
1
2
3
4
VIDEO SIGNAL
LENS GROUND
JEITA CONNECTOR
Figure 36: Prosilica GC video iris schematic
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Camera trigger
Camera trigger
Camera I/O opto-isolated user circuit example
CAMERA GND
CAMERA POWER
IN 1
OUT 1
ISOLATED IO GROUND
CAMERA GND
CAMERA POWER
R1
IN 1 (DRIVER)
USER POWER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
CABLE SIDE
1
9
8
2
10
7
3
12 11
6
4
5
HIROSE HR10A-10P-12S
R2
USER RECOMMENDED VALUES
POWER R1*
R2
5V
0
1 KΩ
12 V
0.7 KΩ 2.7 KΩ
24 V
1.8 KΩ 4.7 K Ω
OUT 1 (RECEIVER)
Figure 37: Prosilica GC opto-isolated user circuit
*Cameras with SN: 02-XXXXX-0XXXX, R1 necessary for input greater than 5 V.
Cameras with SN: 02-XXXXX-1XXXX, no R1 necessary, 5–24 V.
Caution
Input: Incoming trigger must be able to source 10 mA.

Output: User power, with pull-up resistor R2 is required.
Isolated output is connected to the open collector of Fairchild MOCD207. The
corresponding transistor emitter is connected to isolated ground. See the
Fairchild MOCD207 datasheet for more detailed information.
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Camera trigger
Camera I/O non-isolated user circuit example
CAMERA GND
12 V POWER
CAMERA GND
CAMERA POWER
IN 2
OUT 2
IN 2 (3.3 V DRIVER)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
CABLE SIDE
1
9
8
2
10
7
3
12 11
6
4
5
OUT 2 (3.3 V RECEIVER)
HIROSE HR10A-10P-12S
Figure 38: Prosilica GC non-isolated user circuit
Caution

Input: Incoming trigger must be able to source 10 μA,
at 3.3 V. Input trigger voltage greater than 5.5 V will
damage the camera.
Output: The maximum sync output current is 24 mA,
at 3.3 V.
The non-isolated trigger circuit is connected to a Texas Instruments
SN74LVC2G241 buffer/driver inside the camera. See the Texas Instruments
SN74LVC2G241 for more detailed information.
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Camera trigger
Trigger timing diagram
Readout time
Trigger
latency
Tpd
Registered
exposure time
Exposure
start delay
User trigger
Note: Jitter at the
beginning of an exposure
has no effect on the
length of exposure.
Logic trigger
Exposure
Readout
N
Trigger
jitter
N+ 1
N
N+ 1
Interline time
Trigger ready
Imaging
Idle
Figure 39: Prosilica GC internal signal timing waveforms
Notes on triggering
Term
Definition
User trigger
Trigger signal applied by the user (hardware
trigger, software trigger)
Logic trigger
Trigger signal seen by the camera internal logic
(not visible to the user)
Tpd
Propagation delay between the user trigger and the
logic trigger
Exposure
High when the camera image sensor is integrating
light
Readout
High when the camera image sensor is reading out
data
Trigger latency
Time delay between the user trigger and the start
of exposure
Trigger jitter
Error in the trigger latency time
Table 20: Explanation of signals in timing diagram
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Camera trigger
Term
Definition
Trigger ready
Indicates to the user that the camera will accept the
next trigger
Registered exposure time Exposure time value currently stored in the camera
memory
Exposure start delay
Registered exposure time subtracted from the readout time and indicates when the next exposure
cycle can begin such that the exposure will end
after the current readout
Interline time
Time between sensor row readout cycles
Imaging
High when the camera image sensor is either
exposing and/or reading out data
Idle
High if the camera image sensor is not exposing
and/or reading out data
Table 20: Explanation of signals in timing diagram
Trigger rules
Note

•
•
•
•
The user trigger pulse width should be at least three times the
width of the trigger latency as indicated in Chapter
Specifications on page 13.
The end of exposure will always trigger the next readout.
The end of exposure must always end after the current readout.
The start of exposure must always correspond with the interline time if
readout is true.
Exposure start delay equals the readout time minus the registered exposure time.
Triggering during the idle state
For applications requiring the shortest possible Trigger Latency and the smallest
possible Trigger Jitter the User Trigger signal should be applied when Imaging is
false and Idle is true. In this case, Trigger Latency and Trigger Jitter are as indicated in the camera specifications section.
Triggering during the readout state
For applications requiring the fastest triggering cycle time whereby the camera
image sensor is exposing and reading out simultaneously, apply the User Trigger
signal as soon as a valid Trigger Ready is detected. In this case, Trigger Latency
and Trigger Jitter can be up to 1 row time since Exposure must always begin on
an Interline boundary.
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Firmware update
Firmware update
Firmware updates are carried out via the GigE connection. Allied Vision provides
an application for all Prosilica GC cameras that loads firmware to the camera
using a simple interface. New feature introductions and product improvements
motivate new firmware releases. All users are encouraged to use the newest
firmware available and complete the firmware update if necessary.
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Download the latest GigE firmware loader from the Allied
Vision website:
http://www.alliedvision.com/en/support/firmware
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For more information on GigE firmware update:
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http://www.alliedvision.com/fileadmin/content/documents/
products/cameras/various/appnote/
GigE_Firmware_Update.pdf
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Resolution and ROI frame rates
Resolution and ROI frame rates
This section charts the resulting frame rate from changing sensor region of
interest (ROI), from full image to a single line.
Note
• Frame rate data was generated using StreamBytesPerSecond = 124 MB/s and an 8-bit pixel format such as
Mono8, BayerBG8, or BayerRG8. Frame rates may be
lower if using network hardware incapable of 124 MB/s.
• The camera frame rate can be increased by reducing the
camera's Height attribute, resulting in a decreased
region of interest (ROI) or “window”.
• The camera frame rate can also be increased by increasing the camera's BinningY attribute, resulting in a vertically scaled image (less overall height with same field of
view).
• There is no frame rate increase with reduced width.

Prosilica GC650
1
Frame rate = ------------------------------------------------------------------------19.94 μs  Height + 1224.13 μs
790
Frame Rate [fps]
690
590
490
390
290
190
90
0
100
200
300
Height [pixels]
400
500
Figure 40: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC650
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Prosilica GC655
1
Frame rate = ------------------------------------------------------------------------19.94 μs  Height + 1224.14 μs
790
Frame Rate [fps]
690
590
490
390
290
190
90
0
100
200
300
Height [pixels]
400
500
Figure 41: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC655 (empirical)
Prosilica GC660
1
Frame rate = ------------------------------------------------------------------------13.28 μs  Height + 1844.77 μs
550
Frame Rate [fps]
475
400
325
250
175
100
0
100
200
300
Height [pixels]
400
500
Figure 42: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC660
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Prosilica GC750
850
Frame Rate [fps]
750
650
550
450
350
250
150
50
0
100
200
300
Height [pixels]
400
500
Figure 43: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC750
Prosilica GC780
1
Frame rate = ------------------------------------------------------------------------24.70 μs  Height + 1139.14 μs
Frame Rate [fps]
800
650
500
350
200
50
0
100
200
300
400
Height [pixels]
500
600
Figure 44: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC780
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Prosilica GC1020
Frame Rate [fps]
1
Frame rate = ------------------------------------------------------------------------33.56 μs  Height + 3971.23 μs
250
230
210
190
170
150
130
110
90
70
50
30
0
100
200
300
400
500
Height [pixels]
600
700
800
Figure 45: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC1020
Prosilica GC1280
775
Frame Rate [fps]
650
525
400
275
150
25
0
150
300
450
600
Height [pixels]
750
900
1050
Figure 46: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC1280
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Prosilica GC1290
1
Frame rate = ------------------------------------------------------------------------28.79 μs  Height + 2937.68 μs
350
Frame Rate [fps]
310
270
230
190
150
110
70
30
0
200
400
600
Height [pixels]
800
1000
Figure 47: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC1290
Prosilica GC1350
1
Frame rate = ---------------------------------------------------------------------------38.35 μs  Height + 10457.12 μs
100
Frame Rate [fps]
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
0
150
300
450
600
Height [pixels]
750
900
1050
Figure 48: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC1350
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Prosilica GC1380
1
Frame rate = ------------------------------------------------------------------------41.45 μs  Height + 7148.57 μs
140
Frame Rate [fps]
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
150
300
450
600
Height [pixels]
750
900
1050
Figure 49: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC1380
Prosilica GC1380H
1
Frame rate = ------------------------------------------------------------------------27.78 μs  Height + 4883.81 μs
210
Frame Rate [fps]
180
150
120
90
60
30
0
150
300
450
600
Height [pixels]
750
900
1050
Figure 50: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC1380H
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Resolution and ROI frame rates
Prosilica GC1600
1
Frame rate = ------------------------------------------------------------------------48.80 μs  Height + 6431.90 μs
155
Frame Rate [fps]
135
115
95
75
55
35
15
0
150
300
450
600 750 900 1050 1200 1350
Height [pixels]
Figure 51: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC1600
Prosilica GC1600H
1
Frame rate = ------------------------------------------------------------------------29.24 μs  Height + 3082.14 μs
325
Frame Rate [fps]
275
225
175
125
75
25
0
150
300
450
600 750 900 1050 1200 1350
Height [pixels]
Figure 52: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC1600H
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Resolution and ROI frame rates
Prosilica GC2450
1
Frame rate = ---------------------------------------------------------------------------26.63 μs  Height + 12079.91 μs
85
Frame Rate [fps]
75
65
55
45
35
25
15
0
300
600
900
1200
Height [pixels]
1500
1800
2100
Figure 53: Frame rate vs. height for Prosilica GC2450
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Resolution and ROI frame rates
Prosilica GC model comparison
1100
1000
900
Frame Rate [fps]
800
GC650
GC655
GC660
GC750
GC780
GC1020
GC1280
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
0
100
200
300
400
500
Height [pixels]
600
700
800
Figure 54: Maximum frame rate comparison for select models
350
300
Frame Rate [fps]
250
GC1290
GC1350
GC1380
GC1380H
GC1600
GC1600H
GC2450
200
150
100
50
0
0
300
600
900
1200
1500
Height [pixels]
1800
2100
Figure 55: Maximum frame rate comparison for select models
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Camera data path
Camera data path
The following diagrams illustrate the data flow and the bit resolution of image
data. The individual blocks are described in more detail in the GigE Features
Reference document.
Prosilica GC: monochrome cameras
Sensor
Vertical
binning
/
Analog
Vertical ROI
Offset‡
Gain
Analog
Analog
Analog
ADC
12* bit
Camera control
HIROSE I/O
RS232
Gigabit
Horizontal
Frame
Ethernet 12* bit memory 12* bit binning
interface
GigE
‡
12* bit
Horizontal
ROI
Factory calibrated. NOT a user control.
*10 bits are used for Prosilica GC750.
Figure 56: Block diagram of monochrome Prosilica GC cameras
Prosilica GC: color cameras
Sensor
Vertical
binning*
/
Analog
Vertical ROI
Offset‡
Gain
Analog
Analog
White balance
Analog
Analog
ADC
12 bit
Camera control
GigE
HIROSE I/O
RS232
Gigabit
Ethernet
interface
Bayer†
Horizontal
Frame
8/12 bit memory 8 bit Interpolation 12 bit
binning*
3X3
12 bit
Horizontal
ROI
*Color information lost while binning is active.
‡
†
Factory calibrated. NOT a user control.
For on-camera interpolated PixelFormats only—outputs 8 bit.
Raw un-interpolated PixelFormats skip this block—outputs 8/12 bit
depending upon the bit depth of PixelFormat used.
Figure 57: Block diagram of color Prosilica GC cameras (except GC750C)
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Camera data path
Prosilica GC750C
Sensor
Vertical
Analog binning* /
Vertical ROI
Offset‡
Gain
Analog
Analog
Analog
ADC
10 bit
Horizontal
ROI
10 bit
Camera control
8/10 bit
Bayer†
Horizontal
Frame 8 bit
Interpolation 10 bit binning*
memory
3X3
White balance
10 bit
GigE
HIROSE I/O
RS232
Gigabit
Ethernet
interface
*Color information lost while binning is active.
‡
Factory calibrated. NOT a user control.
†
For on-camera interpolated PixelFormats only—outputs 8 bit.
Raw un-interpolated PixelFormats skip this block—outputs 10 bit.
Figure 58: Block diagram for Prosilica GC750C
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Appendix
Appendix
Sensor position of Prosilica GC cameras
D
Camera body
Pixel area
Pixel area
y
Camera body
Sensor case
Sensor case
x
Method of Positioning:
Video alignment of photo sensitive sensor area into camera front
module. (lens mount front flange)
Reference points:
Sensor: Center of pixel area (photo sensitive cells)
Camera: Center of camera front flange (outer case edges)
Accuracy:
x/y
±400 μm
(Sensor shift)
α
± 1°
(Sensor rotation)
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Additional references
Additional references
Prosilica GC webpage
http://www.alliedvision.com/en/products/cameras
Prosilica GC Documentation
http://www.alliedvision.com/en/support/technical-documentation/
prosilica-gc-documentation
VIMBA SDK
http://www.alliedvision.com/en/products/software
PvAPI SDK- (Under Legacy Software)
http://www.alliedvision.com/en/support/software-downloads
Knowledge base
http://www.alliedvision.com/en/support/technical-papers-knowledge-base
Case studies
http://www.alliedvision.com/en/applications
Firmware
http://www.alliedvision.com/en/support/firmware
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Index
Index
A
Adjustment
C-Mount ............................................ 46
B
Block diagram
Prosilica GC color cameras..................... 69
Prosilica GC monochrome cameras .......... 69
Prosilica GC750C ................................. 70
C
Camera dimensions ................................... 43
Camera GND........................................ 50, 53
Camera interfaces ..................................... 48
Camera Power .......................................... 50
CE.......................................................... 12
Cleaning optics .......................................... 9
C-Mount flange focal distance ..................... 46
Copyright.................................................. 2
D
Data path................................................ 69
Declaration of conformity........................... 12
Document history ....................................... 6
E
Imaging (signal) ...................................... 58
Input triggers
In 1........................................ 50, 51, 52
In 2........................................ 50, 52, 53
Integrating light (trigger).......................... 57
Interline boundary ................................... 58
Interline time (signal)............................... 58
Isolated IO GND.............................. 50, 52, 53
Isolated IO ground.................................... 51
L
Legal notice .............................................. 2
Lens protrusion........................................ 47
Logic trigger (definition) ........................... 57
M
Mechanical Drawing
Prosilica GC CCD models........................ 44
Prosilica GC CMOS models ..................... 43
Prosilica GC tripod mount ..................... 45
Multicast ................................................ 41
O
Output signals
Out 1 ...................................... 50, 51, 53
Out 2 ........................................... 50, 53
Environmental specifications ........................ 9
Exposing (trigger) .................................... 58
Exposure (definition) ................................ 57
Exposure cycle (trigger)............................. 58
Exposure start delay (signal) ...................... 58
P
F
Reading out data (trigger).......................... 58
Readout (definition) ................................. 57
Readout data (trigger)............................... 57
Region of interest................................ 41, 60
Registered exposure time (signal) ............... 58
RoHS (2011/65/EU).................................. 12
RS-232 ................................................... 50
FCC Class A .............................................. 12
G
GND for ext. power .................................... 50
Precautions ............................................... 9
Propagation delay (trigger) ........................ 57
R
I
Idle (signal) ............................................ 58
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Index
S
Sensor position of Prosilica GC .................... 71
Sensor row readout cycles .......................... 58
Signal GND ...............................50, 51, 52, 53
Specifications .......................................... 13
Spectral sensitivity
Prosilica GC1020 monochrome............... 24
Prosilica GC1020C color ........................ 24
Prosilica GC1280 monochrome............... 26
Prosilica GC1290 monochrome............... 28
Prosilica GC1290C color ........................ 28
Prosilica GC1350 monochrome............... 30
Prosilica GC1350C color ........................ 30
Prosilica GC1380 monochrome............... 32
Prosilica GC1380C color ........................ 32
Prosilica GC1380CH color...................... 34
Prosilica GC1380H monochrome............. 34
Prosilica GC1600 monochrome............... 36
Prosilica GC1600CH color...................... 38
Prosilica GC1600H monochrome............. 38
Prosilica GC2450 color ......................... 40
Prosilica GC2450C color ........................ 40
Prosilica GC650 monochrome ................ 14
Prosilica GC650C color.......................... 14
Prosilica GC655 monochrome ................ 16
Prosilica GC655C color.......................... 16
Prosilica GC660 monochrome ................ 18
Prosilica GC660C color.......................... 18
Prosilica GC750 monochrome ................ 20
Prosilica GC750C color.......................... 20
Prosilica GC780 monochrome ................ 22
Prosilica GC780C color.......................... 22
Spectral transmission
IRC30 filter ........................................ 42
Status LEDs ............................................. 48
StreamBytesPerSecond .............................. 60
Styles....................................................... 8
Symbols.................................................... 8
trigger rules ............................................ 58
Trigger timing diagram .............................. 57
U
User trigger (definition) ............................ 57
V
Video Iris ........................................... 50, 53
W
Warranty................................................... 2
T
Time delay (trigger) .................................. 57
Tpd (definition)........................................ 57
Trademarks ............................................... 2
Trigger jitter (definition) ........................... 57
Trigger latency (definition) ........................ 57
trigger latency time .................................. 57
Trigger ready (signal) ................................ 58
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