Optronis CR User Manual

Optronis CR User Manual
CamRecord CR Series
CR450x2 (x3)
CR600x2
CR1000x2 (x3)
CR3000x2
CR4000x2
CR5000x2
Ver. -
User Manual
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Contents
General
Declaration of conformity
RoHS compliance
Scope of delivery
Optronis customer service
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Safety Instructions
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Typical System Configuration
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Quick Start Instructions
C-Mount
To mount the C-Mount lens
To unmount the C-Mount lens
Nikon F-Mount
To mount the Nikon F-Mount lens
To unmount the Nikon F-Mount lens
Nikon F-Mount for G Objektive (/FMG)
Nikon G lenses
To mount the Nikon G lens
To unmount the Nikon F-Mount lens
Canon Mount for EF and EFS lenses (/EM)
Canon EF/EFS lenses
To mount the Canon lens
To unmount the Canon lens
Start of operation
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Camera
Lens Interface
Accessories
Camera Socket
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Electrical Interface
VGA Connector
Power Supply Input / Power Connector
Power-LED
GigE Connector
GigE Communication-LEDs
Trigger / Sync Connector (Aux.)
External Trigger (Trig In)
Trigger Control-LED
External Synchronisation Input (Sync In)
Synchronisation Output
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AccuPack (/BI)
Camera Backside
Install AccuPack
Change Accumulator, Unconnect Charger
Important Hints
Operation
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Power Supply
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Laptop (PC)
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CamControl Software
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TimeBench Software
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Technical Data
CR450x2
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Bayer Pattern
CR450x3
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Bayer Pattern
CR600x2
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Bayer Pattern
CR1000x2
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Bayer Pattern
CR3000x2
Spectral Response / Transmittance
CR1000x3
Spectral Response / Transmittance
CR4000x2
Spectral Response / Transmittance
CR5000x2
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Bayer Pattern
AccuPack (/BI)
Performance (Examples)
CR450x2
CR450x3
CR600x2
CR1000x2
CR1000x3
CR3000x2
CR4000x2
CR5000x2
Mechanical Dimensions
CR Series (/FM, /FMG)
CR Series (/FM, /FMG, /BI)
CR Series (/EM)
External Inputs
Trigger & Synchronisation input
Synchronisation Timing
Trigger Timing
External Outputs
Synchronisation output
Synchronisation Timing
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Focal Length Calculation
CR450x2
Full Sensor Resolution
Reduced Sensor Resolution
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Distance Washer
CR600x2
Full Sensor Resolution
Reduced Sensor Resolution
Distance Washer
CR1000x2
Full Sensor Resolution
Reduced Sensor Resolution
Distance Washer
CR3000x2
Full Sensor Resolution
Reduced Sensor Resolution
Distance Washer
CR4000x2
Full Sensor Resolution
Reduced Sensor Resolution
Distance Washer
CR5000x2
Full Sensor Resolution
Reduced Sensor Resolution
Distance Washer
Illumination
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General
Declaration of conformity
Manufacturer:
Optronis GmbH
Address:
Honsellstr. 8, 77694 Kehl, Germany
We certify and declare under our sole responsibility that
the following apparatus
Product:
CR450x2, CR600x2, CR1000x2,
CR3000x2, CR4000x2, CR5000x2
conform with the essential requirements of the EMC
Directive 2004/108/EC, based on the following
specifications applied:
Specifications:
EN 61000-6-3
Emission
EN 61000-6-1
Immunity
Kehl, 17.11.2010
Optronis GmbH
Dr. Patrick Summ
Managing Director
RoHS compliance
CamRecord CR series cameras are Pb free manufactured.
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Scope of delivery
CR450x2 CamRecord High-Speed camera
Options:
/C: Color sensor (Bayer Pattern)
(IR Cutoff Filter, Specification: 1830-SS-10)
/M: Monochrome sensor
/1GB: 1 GByte Memory
/2GB: 2 GByte Memory
/4GB: 4 GByte Memory
/8GB: 8 GByte Memory
/16GB: 16 GByte Memory
/MS: Multisequence / Multisegment
CR-SDK: Software Development Kit
CR-Labview: Labview Driver
/BI: Battery Pack
Lens mount:
/CM: CMount
/FM: FMount
/FMG: FMount and Nikon G-Lenses
/EM: Canon EF/EFS lenses (automatic focus / aperture)
Power supply:
+12Volt / 2,5Amp., 100 .. 240VAC/50-60Hz
External Synchronisation / Trigger Adapter cable
User Manual
CamControl software (CD-ROM) for camerasystems before 03.2010
TimeBench software (CD-ROM) for camerasystems after 03.2010
CR450x3 CamRecord High-Speed camera
Options:
/C: Color sensor (Bayer Pattern)
(IR Cutoff Filter, Specification: 1830-SS-10)
/M: Monochrome sensor
/1GB: 1 GByte Memory
/2GB: 2 GByte Memory
/4GB: 4 GByte Memory
/8GB: 8 GByte Memory
/16GB: 16 GByte Memory
/MS: Multisequence / Multisegment
CR-SDK: Software Development Kit
CR-Labview: Labview Driver
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/BI: Battery Pack
Lens mount:
/CM: CMount
/FM: FMount
/FMG: FMount and Nikon G-Lenses
/EM: Canon EF/EFS lenses (automatic focus / aperture)
Power supply:
+12Volt / 2,5Amp., 100 .. 240VAC/50-60Hz
External Synchronisation / Trigger Adapter cable
User Manual
TimeBench software (CD-ROM) for camerasystems after 03.2010
CR600x2 CamRecord High-Speed camera
Options:
/C: Color sensor (Bayer Pattern)
(IR Cutoff Filter, Specification: 1830-SS-10)
/M: Monochrome sensor
/2GB: 2 GByte Memory
/4GB: 4 GByte Memory
/8GB: 8 GByte Memory
/16GB: 16 GByte Memory
/UF: Ultra Format (free Software Feature after 03.2010)
CR-SDK: Software Development Kit
CR-Labview: Labview Driver
/BI: Battery Pack
Lens mount:
/CM: CMount
/FM: FMount
/FMG: FMount and Nikon G-Lenses
/EM: Canon EF/EFS lenses (automatic focus / aperture)
Power supply:
+12Volt / 2,5Amp., 100 .. 240VAC/50-60Hz
External Synchronisation / Trigger Adapter cable
User Manual
CamControl software (CD-ROM) for camerasystems before 03.2010
TimeBench software (CD-ROM) for camerasystems after 03.2010
CR1000x2 CamRecord High-Speed camera
Options:
/C: Color sensor (Bayer Pattern)
(IR Cutoff Filter, Specification: 1830-SS-10)
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/M: Monochrome sensor
/2GB: 2 GByte Memory
/4GB: 4 GByte Memory
/8GB: 8 GByte Memory
/16GB: 16 GByte Memory
/UF: Ultra Format (free Software Feature after 03.2010)
/US: Ultra Speed
CR-SDK: Software Development Kit
CR-Labview: Labview Driver
/BI: Battery Pack
Lens mount:
/CM: CMount
/FM: FMount
/FMG: FMount and Nikon G-Lenses
/EM: Canon EF/EFS lenses (automatic focus / aperture)
Power supply:
+12Volt / 2,5Amp., 100 .. 240VAC/50-60Hz
External Synchronisation / Trigger Adapter cable
User Manual
CamControl software (CD-ROM) for camerasystems before 03.2010
TimeBench software (CD-ROM) for camerasystems after 03.2010
CR1000x3 CamRecord High-Speed camera
Options:
/C: Color sensor (Bayer Pattern)
(IR Cutoff Filter, Specification: 1830-SS-10)
/M: Monochrome sensor
/2GB: 2 GByte Memory
/4GB: 4 GByte Memory
/8GB: 8 GByte Memory
/UF: Ultra Format (free Software Feature after 03.2010)
CR-SDK: Software Development Kit
CR-Labview: Labview Driver
/BI: Battery Pack
Lens mount:
/CM: CMount
/FM: FMount
/FMG: FMount and Nikon G-Lenses
/EM: Canon EF/EFS lenses (automatic focus / aperture)
Power supply:
CR Series
+12Volt / 2,5Amp., 100 .. 240VAC/50-60Hz
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External Synchronisation / Trigger Adapter cable
User Manual
TimeBench software (CD-ROM)
CR3000x2 CamRecord High-Speed camera
Options:
/C: Color sensor (Bayer Pattern)
(IR Cutoff Filter, Specification: 1830-SS-10)
/M: Monochrome sensor
/2GB: 2 GByte Memory
/4GB: 4 GByte Memory
/8GB: 8 GByte Memory
/UF: Ultra Format (free Software Feature after 03.2010)
CR-SDK: Software Development Kit
CR-Labview: Labview Driver
/BI: Battery Pack
Lens mount:
/CM: CMount
/FM: FMount
/FMG: FMount and Nikon G-Lenses
/EM: Canon EF/EFS lenses (automatic focus / aperture)
Power supply:
+12Volt / 2,5Amp., 100 .. 240VAC/50-60Hz
External Synchronisation / Trigger Adapter cable
User Manual
TimeBench software (CD-ROM)
CR5000x2 CamRecord High-Speed camera
Options:
/C: Color sensor (Bayer Pattern)
(IR Cutoff Filter, Specification: 1830-SS-10)
/M: Monochrome sensor
/2GB: 2 GByte Memory
/4GB: 4 GByte Memory
/8GB: 8 GByte Memory
/16GB: 16 GByte Memory
/UF: Ultra Format (free Software Feature after 03.2010)
/US: Ultra Speed
CR-SDK: Software Development Kit
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CR-Labview: Labview Driver
/BI: Battery Pack
Lens mount:
/CM: CMount
/FM: FMount
/FMG: FMount and Nikon G-Lenses
/EM: Canon EF/EFS lenses (automatic focus / aperture)
Power supply:
+12Volt / 2,5Amp., 100 .. 240VAC/50-60Hz
External Synchronisation / Trigger Adapter cable
User Manual
CamControl software (CD-ROM) for camerasystems before 03.2010
TimeBench software (CD-ROM) for camerasystems after 03.2010
CR4000x2 CamRecord High-Speed camera
Options:
/C: Color sensor (Bayer Pattern)
(IR Cutoff Filter, Specification: 1830-SS-10)
/M: Monochrome sensor
/2GB: 2 GByte Memory
/4GB: 4 GByte Memory
/8GB: 8 GByte Memory
/UF: Ultra Format (free Software Feature after 03.2010)
/US: Ultra Speed
CR-SDK: Software Development Kit
CR-Labview: Labview Driver
/BI: Battery Pack
Lens mount:
/CM: CMount
/FM: FMount
/FMG: FMount and Nikon G-Lenses
/EM: Canon EF/EFS lenses (automatic focus / aperture)
Power supply:
+12Volt / 2,5Amp., 100 .. 240VAC/50-60Hz
External Synchronisation / Trigger Adapter cable
User Manual
CamControl software (CD-ROM) for camerasystems before 03.2010
TimeBench software (CD-ROM) for camerasystems after 03.2010
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Optronis customer service
Optronis GmbH
Honsellstrasse 8
77694 Kehl
Tel: +49 (0) 7851 9126 0
Fax: +49 (0) 7851 9126 10
e-mail: info@optronis.com
For any questions or problems, please do not hesitate to ask our customer
service. Please prepare the following information:
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Name of the device:
(CamRecord CR450x2 (x3), CR600x2, CR1000x2 (x3), CR3000x2,
CR4000x2, CR5000x2)
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Serial-Number:
(see label at the bottom side of the camera)
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Software Version:
(Info-Menu of the CamControl or TimeBench software)
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Short description of the problem
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Safety Instructions
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Please operate the CamRecord CR cameras from a 110 Volt to
240 Volt (50 Hz to 60 Hz a.c. frequency) power source. Other
voltage levels or frequencies may damage the camera.
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Do not orientate the optical input of the camera to direct sunlight.
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Keep the camera free protected from dirt, dust, grease and water.
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Make sure that all the connecting cables are in good condition and
that they are well mounted to their sockets.
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Please use the socket of the camera and connect it to a sufficiently
stable basis.
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Avoid strong system shocks and vibrations during transport or
during operation.
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Always unplug the camera before cleaning it. Do not use cleaning
liquids or sprays. Instead, use a dry and soft duster.
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For any further questions please do not hesitate to contact
Optronis GmbH, especially when the camera do not work as it is
described in the user manual.
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Typical System Configuration
Notebook, Laptop
or PC
with
GigE Interface
GigE (Cat6) cable
CamRecord
Software
(CamControl
Or TimeBench)
12 VDC
+/- 5%
CamRecord
CR Series
Power Supply
100 .. 240 VAC
50 .. 60 Hz
Figure 1: Typical System Configuration
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Quick Start Instructions
C-Mount
CR
camera
lens-holder
To mount the C-Mount lens
Please unscrew the protective cover anti-clockwise and mount the CMount lens into the lens holder.
To unmount the C-Mount lens
To unmount the lens please unmount the C-Mount lens anti-clockwise.
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Nikon F-Mount
silver clip
lens-holder
CR
camera
To mount the Nikon F-Mount lens
The lens has to be positioned on the lens-holder in a way, that the back
surface of the lens is completely attached to the surface of the lens-holder.
The lens-reference has to be in face to the lens-holder reference. Then,
the lens has to be turned anti-clockwise until the silver clip on the lensholder locks.
lens-reference
lens-holder reference
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lens-reference
lens-holder reference
lens locked
To unmount the Nikon F-Mount lens
To unmount the lens please pull back first the silver clip back in order to
unlock the lens. Then -the silver clip has still to be pulled back- the lens
has to be turned clockwise until the lens is unmounted completely.
pull silver clip back
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Nikon F-Mount for G Objektive (/FMG)
Lensholder
Silver
Clip
Aperture
Adjustment
Nikon G lenses
Nikon G lenses are optimized for digital photographie but don´t offer
mechanical aperture adjustment. The Nikon /FMG Adapter allows even
with these lenses to perform mechanical aperture adjustment by use of a
adjustment ring on the lens holder. The adjustment of the aperture is
performed continuously.
When mounting a standard F-Mount lens (with mechanical aperture
ring) onto the /FMG adapter, please pay attention, that the aperture ring
on the adapter don´t affects the aperture adjustment on the lens. Please
turn the aperture ring of the adapter clock-wise (seen from the front) to
ist mechanical stop.
To mount the Nikon G lens
The lens has to be positioned on the lens-holder in a way, that the back
surface of the lens is completely attached to the surface of the lens-holder.
The lens-reference has to be in face to the lens-holder reference. Then,
the lens has to be turned anti-clockwise until the silver clip on the lensholder locks.
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Reference Marker
Lens
Reference Marker
Lens Holder
Reference Marker
Lens
Lens locked
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Reference Marker
Lens Holder
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To unmount the Nikon F-Mount lens
To unmount the lens please pull back first the silver clip back in order to
unlock the lens. Then -the silver clip has still to be pulled back- the lens
has to be turned clockwise until the lens is unmounted completely.
Pull silver clip back
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Canon Mount for EF and EFS lenses (/EM)
Lensholder
Locking button
Canon EF/EFS lenses
Canon EF/EFS Objektive don´t offer a mechanical aperture ring.
Adjustment of the aperture and the focus position is performed electrically
by the TimeBench Software.
Please note, that the focus position can only applied by software, when
the button on the lens is positioned on „AF“ (Auto Focus). “MF” (Manual
Focus) Position allows to adjust the focus position manually by the
focus ring on the lens.
To mount the Canon lens
The lens has to be positioned on the lens-holder in a way, that the back
surface of the lens is completely attached to the surface of the lens-holder.
The lens-reference has to be in face to the lens-holder reference. Then,
the lens has to be turned clockwise until the locking button on the lensholder locks.
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Reference Marker
Lens
Reference Marker
Lens Holder
Locking
Button
Reference Marker
Lens Holder
Lens locked
Reference Marker
Lens
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To unmount the Canon lens
To unmount the lens please push first the locking button in order to unlock
the lens. Then -the locking button has still to be pushed- the lens has to be
turned anti-clockwise until the lens is unmounted completely.
Push locking
button
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Start of operation
1. To operate the CamRecord CR cameras, please select first the IP
address of the GigE Network as it is described in the “GigE
Network” user manual. Make sure, that your Laptop (PC) provides a
Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) interface.
After selection of the IP address, the software (CamControl or
TimeBench) can be installed.
2. When IP address is selected and software are already installed, the
camera can be operated directly:
Please connect the camera power supply to the power connector of
the CR camera and connect then the power supply to the 110240 Volt power source. The camera will operate immediately when
connection to the power supply is done. The green LED above the
power connector will glow green
Please connect then the GigE (Cat 6) cable to the Laptop (PC) and
to the connector of the camera.
Switch on the CamControl or TimeBench software on your Laptop
(PC). The software will start automatically and will connect the
Laptop (PC) to the camera.
3. To verify immediately the operation of the camera, the following
parameters in the “Setup-Menu” of the software can be selected:
Frame Format:
800 x 600 (CR450x2)
1024 x 1024 (CR450x3)
1280 x 1024 (CR600x2)
1280 x 1024 (CR1000x2 (x3))
1696 x 1710 (CR3000x2)
512 x 512 (CR5000x2)
2304 x 1720 (CR 4000x2)
Frame Rate:
50 fps
Exposure Time:
1/50
Synchronisation:
internal
Select then “Video-Live” in the “Acquistion-Menu”. The camera
transfers now live-images to the monitor of the Laptop (PC).
To optimize now the image in a most simple way, please open or
close the iris and adjust the focus of the lens.
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Remark:
When the communication from the Laptop (PC) to the camera fail, the
software will start first with a message box.
In this case please make sure, that the camera is well supplied by the
power-supply and that the camera is well connected to the Laptop (PC).
Please make also sure, that the IP address is installed correctly as
described in the “GigE Network Setup (document 1830-SU-05)” user
manual.
Please contact Optronis GmbH when the camera will not communicate
with the computer.
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Camera
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2
1
3
2
4
1: Lens interface
3: Electrical interface
2: Camera socket
4: Label with Serial Number
Figure 2: CamRecord CR Camera View
Lens Interface
In the standard version, the CR camera will be delivered with a Nikon-F
Mount lens interface (Option /FM).
Remark:
For special needs, the CamRecord cameras may also be used with CMount (Option /CM), F-Mount for G lenses (Option /FMG) or Canon
EF/EFS lenses (Option /EM). Other lens interfaces as e.g. CS-Mount and
metrical formats can be foreseen. Please contact Optronis GmbH.
Accessories
Macro- and magnification-applications may need special distance washers
between lens interface and lens as e.g. the PK-11A (8mm length) from
Nikon. Distance washers are available for Nikon F-Mount and C-Mount.
Camera Socket
The socket at the bottom/right/top side of the camera is used
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to fasten the camera to a tripod or special holders by use of the
five screw threads (1x 1/4’’-20UMC in the middle or 4x M4 in the
corners).
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Electrical Interface
1
2
3
5
4
6
8
7
1: VGA Connector
2: Power Connector
3: Power LED
4: GigE Connector
5: GigE Communication LED 1
6: GigE Communication LED 2
7: Sync. / Trig. Connector
8: Trigger Control LED
Figure: CR Camera electrical interface
VGA Connector
The cameras show live images on the VGA Connector during Live Mode
(only CR5000x2) and during Record (CR450x2, CR600x2, CR1000x2,
CR5000x2, CR4000x2). This allows to optimise operating conditions of the
application as e.g. illumination condittion or lens condition as e.g. focus,
iris and magnification.
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Power Supply Input / Power Connector
The cameras are supplied by a 12 Volt DC power source which is
delivered by the camera power supply. When connecting the power
supply, the camera is immediately operating and ready for data transfer.
Remark:
Please use always the power supply that is foreseen for the camera.
When the camera shall be supplied by another power source please
contact first Optronis GmbH.
Power-LED
During operation of the camera the power-LED glues green. If this is not
the case please make sure, that the camera is supplied correctly by the
camera power supply.
GigE Connector
The GigE Connector is used to communicate with a Laptop (PC). Please
use Cat 6 Patchcable between camera and PC.
GigE Communication-LEDs
Both LEDs glue green, when a GigE connection to the PC will be
established. The LED 1 (upper side) blinks, when a communication to the
PC will be performed as e.g. during data transfer.
Trigger / Sync Connector (Aux.)
1: Sync In
2: Trig In
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1
4
2
3
3: GND
4: Sync Out
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External Trigger (Trig In)
The external trigger input can be used to trigger a sequence. The
schematic below shows the input schematic of the input.
+5Volt
800 Ohm
BNC
Camera
Figure 4: Trigger Input, schematical presentation
Please look at the Appendix for detailed technical specification.
External TTL
Allows to use a TTL signal at the BNC connector of the trigger input. The
trigger is rising edge sensitive.
External Switch
Allows to use an external switch, a TTL signal or an open collector to
trigger the sequence. The trigger signal is falling edge sensitive which
means, that e.g. the switch has to be closed to trigger the sequence.
Trigger Control-LED
The Trigger Control-LED shows, if a trigger signal has been detected by
the camera. In this case, the LED goes on for about one second.
External Synchronisation Input (Sync In)
The camera allows to be externally synchronized by an external pulse
generator to frame rates, which are not given by the internal frame rates of
the camera. To do this, a TTL signal has to be applied to the external
synchronisation input. The camera detects the rising edge of the signal.
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+5Volt
800 Ohm
BNC
Kamera
Figure 5: Synchronisation Input, schematical presentation
Synchronisation Output
The synchronisation output gives out a TTL signal synchronous to the
frame rate of the camera. The positive edge is synchronous to the
beginning of the exposure time of each frame.
Output Impedance:
50 Ohm.
Signal Level:
approx. 4 Volt into high impedance (> 500Ohm)
approx. 2 Volt into 50 Ohm
Example for high impedance termination:
Camera
BNC
50 Ohm coax.
high Impedance
(> 500 Ohm)
Example for 50 Ohm termination:
Camera
BNC
50 Ohm coax.
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AccuPack (/BI)
Camera Backside
The standard backside of the CR camera don´t offers mounting
possibilities.
With the camera option /BI (Accupack) the camera offers special mounting
facility for a LiIon Accupack with charger.
Camera backside with /BI Option
CR Kamera with mounted AccuPack
Install AccuPack
The AccuPack contains separate charger and LiIOn Accumulator. To
mount the AccuPack please mount first the charger on the backside of the
camera and shift the charger in its locking position (step 1 to 3).
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Then please mount the LiIon Accu accordingly and shift it in it´s locking
position (step 4 to 5).
Step 1: Attach Charger to backside
Step 2: Push Charger to backside
Step 3: Shift Charger into locking position
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Step 4: Attach LiIon Accumulator and push to backside
Step 5: Shift Accumulator to the right into locking position
Schritt 6: Switch should be in positioned in „off“ state, connect camera and
AccuPack
Schritt 7: Connect 12 Volt power source with AccuPack
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Change Accumulator, Unconnect Charger
Unlock the Accumulator and shift the accumlator to the left (Step 8 to Step
9)
The Charger can then be unconnected accordingly
Step 8: Unlock Accumulator …
Step 9: … and shift Accumulator to the left
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Important Hints
Never connect the Power Output of the AccuPack to the Power Input of
the AccuPack. Voltage levels that may arise may damage the charger.
For highest safety please unconnect the Accumulator before
transportation of the camera.
Please make sure, that the electrical pins of the accumulator can not be
short-circuited during transportation.
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Operation
The three LEDs on the left show the charging state at the connected
Accumulator.
During Charging all three LEDs show the charging state.
Indication
Charging state
Left „Lo“ LED
Accu charges
Left „Lo“ and Middle LED
Accu charges
Left „Lo“, Middle, and Right „Hi“
LED
High,
Charging process finished
During Discharge, only both left LEDs show Discharge state.
Indication
Discharge State
Left „Lo“ LED
Low (< 25% remaining charge)
Left „Lo“ and Middle LED
High (>25% remaining charge)
The Line/Charge LED shows, at connected accumulator, that the
accumulator is charging, and that an external 12 Volt power supply is
connected.
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Configuration
Operation mode
Switch „On“
Camera switched on,
Pwr. Out connected to the camera
Accu charges
Pwr. In connected to 12 Volt Power
Supply
Switch „Off“
Camera switched off
Pwr. Out connected to the camera
Accu charges
Pwr. In connected to 12 Volt Power
Switch „On“
Camera switched on
Pwr. Out connected to the camera
Accu discharges
Pwr. In not connected
Switch „Off“
Camera switched off
Pwr. Out connected to the camera
Accu keeps its charge
Pwr. In not connected
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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Power Supply
The power supply accepts 110 to 220 Volt input voltage at an input
frequency of 50 to 60 Hz. It transforms this voltage to 12 Volt dc with a
precision of better +/- 5%.
Remark:
If the camera isn´t used over a long time interval, the 110 to 220 Volt
power supply should be disconnected. This may increase the life time of
the power supply.
Laptop (PC)
The Laptop or PC should have the following min. configuration:
•
CamControl Software:
Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) interface
Intel or AMD processor
min. 1GByte RAM
Large Harddisk (e.g. 500 GBytes)
Windows 2000
Windows XP (32 bit or 64 bit)
or Windows VISTA (32 bit or 64 bit)
•
TimeBench Software:
Windows XP/Vista/7
“Multi Core” Processor (e.g. Pentium Dual Core)
Large Harddisk (e.g. 500 GBytes)
A modern high-performant graphic card (e.g. 256 Mbytes) with
minimum Direct X9 capability
A licensed digital CR series camera
For optimum performance and best display on the monitor we recommend
to use highest-performance graphic boards.
Remark:
The CamRecord CR600x2, CR4000x2 cameras will provide image data
with 8bit (256 grey levels) or 10 bit resolution (1024 grey-levels).
The CR450x2, CR1000x2, CR3000x2 and CR5000x2 provide image data
wit 8 bit resolution (256 grey levels).
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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However the monitor allows only to display black/white images in 8 bit
resolution (256 grey levels). Color display with color cameras has 24 Bit
resolution (3x8Bit, 16,7 million colors).
Consequently please make sure, that for color cameras the computer
monitor allows to display 16,7 million colors.
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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CamControl Software
The standard CamControl software can be used to operate up to 16
CamRecord CR cameras in an application window. The CamControl
Software supports CR450x2, CR600x2, CR1000x2, CR4000x2 and
CR5000x2. Please look in the CamControl Software user manual for the
actual software feature list.
TimeBench Software
The standard TimeBench software can be used to operate multiple
CamRecord CR cameras in an application window and will offer additional
features compared to the CamControl software. The TimeBench Software
supports CR450x2 (x3), CR600x2, CR1000x2 (x3), CR3000x2 CR4000x2
and CR5000x2. Please look in the TimeBench Software user manual for
the actual software feature list.
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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Technical Data
CR450x2
Full Resolution (h x v)
Pixel Size
Frame Size (h x v)
at full resolution
Frame Diagonal
at full resolution
Sensor dynamics
800 x 600 Pixel
14 x 14 µm²
11,2 x 8,4 mm²
17,72 mm
48 dB electrical
(Linear)
Up to 90 dB optical
(Multislope)
0°C - 40°C
< 80% relative,
non-condensed
1050 g (without lens)
12Volt +/- 5%
2,5 Amp. < 100mV ripple
approx. 12W
GigE (Gigabit-Ethernet)
Ambient Temperature
Humidity
Weight
Power Source
Power
Interface
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Spectral response (Monochrome Sensor)
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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Transmittance (Color Sensor / IR Cutoff Filter)
1,4
1,2
transmittance (relative)
1
0,8
0,6
0,4
0,2
0
400 430 460 490
520 550 580 610 640 670
700 730 760 790 820
850 880 910 940 970 1000
wavelength
RGB Pixels (red, green, blue),
IR Cutoff Filter characteristics (orange), Filter Specification: 1830-SS-10
Bayer Pattern
R
G
R
G
G
B
G
B
R
G
R
G
R
G
R
G
G
B
G
B
G
B
G
B
R
G
R
G
R
G
R
G
R
G
G
B
G
B
G
B
G
B
G
B
(0,0)
Figure: Bayer Pattern of the Color Sensor
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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CR450x3
Full Resolution (h x v)
Pixel Size
Frame Size (h x v)
at full resolution
Frame Diagonal
at full resolution
Sensor dynamics
1024 x 1024 Pixel
14 x 14 µm²
14,336 x 14,336 mm²
20,274 mm
48 dB electrical
(Linear)
Up to 90 dB optical
(Multislope)
0°C - 40°C
< 80% relative,
non-condensed
1050 g (without lens)
12Volt +/- 5%
2,5 Amp. < 100mV ripple
approx. 12W
GigE (Gigabit-Ethernet)
Ambient Temperature
Humidity
Weight
Power Source
Power
Interface
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Spectral response (Monochrome Sensor)
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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Transmittance (Color Sensor / IR Cutoff Filter)
1,4
1,2
transmittance (relative)
1
0,8
0,6
0,4
0,2
0
400 430 460 490
520 550 580 610 640 670
700 730 760 790 820
850 880 910 940 970 1000
wavelength
RGB Pixels (red, green, blue),
IR Cutoff Filter characteristics (orange), Filter Specification: 1830-SS-10
Bayer Pattern
R
G
R
G
G
B
G
B
R
G
R
G
R
G
R
G
G
B
G
B
G
B
G
B
R
G
R
G
R
G
R
G
R
G
G
B
G
B
G
B
G
B
G
B
(0,0)
Figure: Bayer Pattern of the Color Sensor
CR Series
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CR600x2
Full Resolution (h x v)
Pixel Size
Frame Size (h x v)
at full resolution
Frame Diagonal
at full resolution
Sensor responsitivity
Sensor dynamics
1280 x 1024 Pixel
14 x 14 µm²
17,92 x 14,34 mm²
22,95 mm
25 V/lux.sec
58 dB electrical
(Linear)
Up to 90 dB optical
(Multislope)
global
0°C - 40°C
< 80% relative,
non-condensed
1050 g (without lens)
12Volt +/- 5%
2,5 Amp. < 100mV ripple
approx. 12W
GigE (Gigabit-Ethernet)
Shutter Type
Ambient Temperature
Humidity
Weight
Power Source
Power
Interface
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Spectral response (Monochrome Sensor)
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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Transmittance (Color Sensor / IR Cutoff Filter)
1,4
1,2
transmittance (relative)
1
0,8
0,6
0,4
0,2
0
400 430 460 490
520 550 580 610 640 670
700 730 760 790 820
850 880 910 940 970 1000
wavelength
RGB Pixels (red, green, blue),
IR Cutoff Filter characteristics (orange), Filter Specification: 1830-SS-10
Bayer Pattern
R
G
R
G
G
B
G
B
R
G
R
G
R
G
R
G
G
B
G
B
G
B
G
B
R
G
R
G
R
G
R
G
R
G
G
B
G
B
G
B
G
B
G
B
(0,0)
Figure: Bayer Pattern of the Color Sensor
CR Series
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CR1000x2
Full Resolution (h x v)
Pixel Size
Frame Size (h x v)
at full resolution
Frame Diagonal
at full resolution
Full Well Capacity
Noise Contribution
Fill Factor
Responsivity
Dynamics
Dark Noise Temperature Coefficient
Shutter Type
Shutter Efficiency
Humidity
Weight
Power Source
Power
Interface
1280 x 1024 Pixel
12 x 12 µm²
15,36 x 12,29 mm²
19,67 mm
63000 e70 e40 %
1600 LSB/(Lux sec)
48 dB (SNR > 44dB)
100% / 8°C
Global
> 99,9 %
< 80% relative,
non-condensed
1050 g (without lens)
12Volt +/- 5%
2,5 Amp. < 100mV ripple
approx. 12W
GigE (Gigabit-Ethernet)
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Figure : Quantum Efficiency Black/White-Sensor
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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Figure: Quantum Efficiency for Color Sensor (relative values)
Remark:
The color camera consist of an infrared filter which blocks light beyond
~ 700 nm as illustrated in the figure.
IR Cutoff Filter characteristics see CR450x2, Filter Specification: 1830-SS10
Bayer Pattern
Figure: Bayer Pattern Arrangement on Color Sensor
CR Series
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CR3000x2
Full Resolution (h x v)
Pixel Size
Frame Size (h x v)
at full resolution
Frame Diagonal
at full resolution
Responsivity
Dynamics
Dark Noise Temperature Coefficient
Shutter Type
Shutter Efficiency
Humidity
Weight
Power Source
Power
Interface
1696 x 1710 Pixel
8 x 8 µm²
13,57 x 13,68 mm²
19,27 mm
3,8 V/(Lux sec) @ Monochrom
8bit (electrical)
100% / 8°C
Global
99,9 %
< 80% relative,
non-condensed
1050 g (without lens)
12Volt +/- 5%
2,5 Amp. < 100mV ripple
approx. 12W
GigE (Gigabit-Ethernet)
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Figure : Quantum Efficiency Black/White and Color-Sensor
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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Remark:
The color camera consist of an infrared filter which blocks light beyond
~ 700 nm as illustrated in the figure.
IR Cutoff Filter characteristics see CR450x2, Filter Specification: 1830-SS10
CR Series
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CR1000x3
Full Resolution (h x v)
Pixel Size
Frame Size (h x v)
at full resolution
Frame Diagonal
at full resolution
Responsivity
Dynamics
Dark Noise Temperature Coefficient
Shutter Type
Shutter Efficiency
Humidity
Weight
Power Source
Power
Interface
1280 x 1024 Pixel
8 x 8 µm²
10,24 x 8,192 mm²
13,113 mm
3,8 V/(Lux sec) @ Monochrom
8bit (electrical)
100% / 8°C
Global
99,9 %
< 80% relative,
non-condensed
1050 g (without lens)
12Volt +/- 5%
2,5 Amp. < 100mV ripple
approx. 12W
GigE (Gigabit-Ethernet)
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Figure : Quantum Efficiency Black/White and Color-Sensor
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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Remark:
The color camera consist of an infrared filter which blocks light beyond
~ 700 nm as illustrated in the figure.
IR Cutoff Filter characteristics see CR450x2, Filter Specification: 1830-SS10
CR Series
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CR4000x2
Full Resolution (h x v)
Pixel Size
Frame Size (h x v)
at full resolution
Frame Diagonal
at full resolution
Full Well Capacity
Noise Contribution
Fill Factor
Responsivity
Dynamics
Dark Noise Temperature Coefficient
Shutter Type
Shutter Efficiency
Humidity
Weight
Power Source
Power
Interface
2304 x 1720 Pixel
7 x 7 µm²
16,128 x 12,04 mm²
20,126 mm
16000 e22 e-%
9000 LSB/(Lux sec) @550nm
60 dB / 10bit (electrical)
100% / 8°C
Global
99,9 %
< 80% relative,
non-condensed
1050 g (without lens)
12Volt +/- 5%
2,5 Amp. < 100mV ripple
approx. 12W
GigE (Gigabit-Ethernet)
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Figure : Quantum Efficiency Black/White-Sensor
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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Remark:
The color camera consist of an infrared filter which blocks light beyond
~ 700 nm as illustrated in the figure.
IR Cutoff Filter characteristics see CR450x2, Filter Specification: 1830-SS10
CR Series
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CR5000x2
Full Resolution (h x v)
Pixel Size
Frame Size (h x v)
at full resolution
Frame Diagonal
at full resolution
Full Well Capacity
Noise Contribution
Fill Factor
Responsivity
Dynamics
Dark Noise Temperature Coefficient
Shutter Type
Shutter Efficiency
Humidity
Weight
Power Source
Power
Interface
512 x 512 Pixel
16 x 16 µm²
8,19 x 8,19 mm²
11,58 mm
60000 e70 e62 %
9 V/(Lux sec)
59 dB internal (SNR > 44dB)
100% / 8°C
global
> 99 %
< 80% relative,
non-condensed
1050 g (without lens)
12Volt +/- 5%
2,5 Amp. < 100mV ripple
approx. 12W
GigE (Gigabit-Ethernet)
Spectral Response / Transmittance
Figure : Quantum Efficiency Black/White-Sensor
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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Figure: Quantum Efficiency for Color Sensor
Remark:
The color camera consist of an infrared filter which blocks light beyond
~ 700 nm as illustrated in the figure.
IR Cutoff Filter characteristics see CR450x2, Filter Specification: 1830-SS10
Bayer Pattern
Figure: Bayer Pattern Arrangement on Color Sensor
CR Series
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AccuPack (/BI)
Techology
Charging Time
Full Charge
Humidity
Weight
Power Source (Pwr. In)
Power
Dimension (H x W x D)
CR Series
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
LiIon
~ 7h to full charge
> 90 min operation
Depending on CR series
camera model
@ full operation
< 80% relative,
non-condensed
150 g Charger
350 g Accumulator
12Volt +/- 5%
2,5 Amp. < 100mV ripple
approx. 5 W
90mm x 55mm x 25mm
(charger)
90mm x 90mm x 25mm
(Accumulator)
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Performance (Examples)
CR450x2
Speed
Resolution
(h x v)
20 .. 1000 Images/s
20 .. 2000 Images/s
Video Memory: /16GB Exposure
Recording Time
Time
@ max. Speed
@ max. Speed
800 x 600
32 s
1 µs .. 1 ms
600 x 400
32 s
1 µs .. 500µs
CR450x3
Speed
Resolution
(h x v)
20 .. 300 Images/s
20 .. 500 Images/s
20 .. 1000 Images/s
20 .. 2000 Images/s
20 ..5000 Images/s
1024 x 1024
1024 x 768
800 x 600
600 x 400
320 x 200
Video Memory: /16GB Exposure
Recording Time
Time
@ max. Speed
@ max. Speed
52 s
1 µs .. 3,3 ms
42 s
1 µs .. 2 ms
35 s
1 µs .. 1ms
34 s
1 µs .. 500µs
51 s
1 µs .. 200µs
CR600x2
Speed
Resolution
(h x v)
20 .. 500 Images/s
20 .. 1200 Images/s
20 .. 2000 Images/s
20 .. 6350 Images/s
20 ..16000 Images/s
1280 x 1024
800 x 600
512 x 512
256 x 256
128 x 128
Video Memory: /16GB Exposure
Recording Time
Time
@ max. Speed
@ max. Speed
26 s
1 µs .. 2 ms
27 s
1 µs .. 1 ms
30 s
1 µs .. 830µs
36 s
1 µs .. 800µs
58 s
1 µs .. 520µs
- Resolution x2 (software blow-up) with UltraFormat Option
CR1000x2
Speed
Resolution
(h x v)
50 .. 1000 Images/s
50 .. 2000 Images/s
50 .. 4000 Images/s
50 ..8000 Images/s
CR Series
1280 x 1024
512 x 512
256 x 256
128 x 128
Video Memory: /16GB Exposure
Recording Time
Time
@ max. Speed
@ max. Speed
12 s
1 µs .. 1 ms
30 s
1 µs .. 500µs
61 s
1 µs .. 250µs
122 s
1 µs .. 125µs
Ref. 1830-SU-02-L
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- Resolution x2 (software blow-up) with UltraFormat Option
- Speed up to x2 with UltraSpeed Option (depending on exposure time),
only monochrome sensor
CR1000x3
Speed
Resolution
(h x v)
50 .. 1000 Images/s
50 .. 2000 Images/s
50 .. 4000 Images/s
50 ..8000 Images/s
1280 x 1024
800 x 600
600 x 400
384 x 256
Video Memory: /16GB Exposure
Recording Time
Time
@ max. Speed
@ max. Speed
13 s
1 µs .. 1 ms
17 s
1 µs .. 500µs
17 s
1 µs .. 250µs
21 s
1 µs .. 125µs
CR3000x2
Speed
Resolution
(h x v)
50 .. 540 Images/s
50 .. 1000 Images /s
50 .. 2000 Images /s
50 ..100000 Images /s
1696 x 1710
1200 x 1200
860 x 800
96 x 38
Video Memory: /8GB Exposure
Recording Time
Time
@ max. Speed
@ max. Speed
5,5 s 2 µs .. 1,85 ms
5,8 s
2 µs .. 1ms
5,9 s
2 µs .. 0,5ms
23,1 s
2 µs .. 10µs
- Resolution x2 (software blow-up) with UltraFormat Option
CR4000x2
Speed
Resolution
(h x v)
50 .. 500 Images/s
50 .. 560 Images /s
50 .. 750 Images /s
50 ..800 Images /s
2304 x 1720
2048 x 1536
2048 x 1152
1920 x 1080
Video Memory: /8GB Exposure
Recording Time
Time
@ max. Speed
@ max. Speed
4s
2 µs .. 2 ms
4,5 s
2 µs .. 1,78µs
4,5 s 2 µs .. 1,33ms
4,5 s 2 µs .. 1,25ms
- Resolution x2 (software blow-up) with UltraFormat Option
- Speed up to x2 with UltraSpeed Option (depending on exposure time),
only monochrome sensor
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CR5000x2
Speed
Resolution
(h x v)
50 .. 5000 Images/s
50 .. 10000 Images/s
50 .. 20000 Images/s
50 .. 40000 Images/s
512 x 512
512 x 256
256 x 256
512 x 128
128 x 128
512 x 64
64 x 64
Video Memory: /16GB Exposure
Recording Time
Time
@ max. Speed
@ max. Speed
12,8 s
1 µs .. 200 µs
12,8 s
1 µs .. 100 µs
25,6 s
12,8 s
1 µs .. 50 µs
51,2 s
12,8 s
1 µs .. 25 µs
102,4 s
- Resolution x2 (software blow-up) with UltraFormat Option
- Speed up to x2 with UltraSpeed Option (depending on exposure time),
only monochrome sensor
CR Series
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Mechanical Dimensions
CR Series (/FM, /FMG)
CR Series
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CR Series
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CR Series (/FM, /FMG, /BI)
CR Series
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CR Series
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CR Series (/EM)
CR Series
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CR Series
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External Inputs
Trigger & Synchronisation input
Level
- TTL
Low Level: < 0,8Volt
High Level: > 2 Volt
- external Switch or Open Colletor
- edge triggered
+ 24 Volt / - 10 Volt
Rising: (TTL)
Falling: (Tigger on external switch or
Open Collector)
< 100 nsec
high (~ 800 Ohm)
maximum Input Level:
Edge
Rise-Time
Input Impedance
Synchronisation Timing
SYNCH
T+∆T
EXPOSURE
N-1
N
N+1
N+2
N+3
CR1000x2:
Delay (T): 1,135 µsec
Jitter (∆T): +/-567 nsec
resulting delay (T+∆T): 0,67 .. 1,6 µsec
CR3000x2:
Delay (T): 2,7 µsec
Jitter (∆T): +/-500 nsec
resulting delay (T+∆T): 2,2 .. 3,2 µsec
CR1000x3:
Delay (T): 2,7 µsec
Jitter (∆T): +/-500 nsec
resulting delay (T+∆T): 2,2 .. 3,2 µsec
CR4000x2:
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Delay (T): 0,88 µsec
Jitter (∆T): +/-600 nsec
resulting delay (T+∆T): 0,28 .. 1,48 µsec
CR5000x2:
Delay (T): 535 nsec
Jitter (∆T): +/- 425 nsec
CR450x2 (x3), CR600x2:
Delay (T): 2,63 µsec
Jitter (∆T): +/-530 nsec
resulting delay (T+∆T): 2,1 .. 3,16 µsec
Trigger Timing
EXPOSURE
N-1
N
N+1
N+2
N+3
N+4
N+5
N
N+1
N+2
N+3
N+4
N+5
T>0
TRIGGER
(Rising Edge)
STORED
IMAGES
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External Outputs
Synchronisation output
Level
TTL
Low Level: < 0,8Volt
High Level: 4 Volt typ. (into high Impedance)
2 Volt typ. (into 50 Ohm)
max. reverse
Protection :
Edge
Rise-Time
+ / - 10 Volt
Positive
< 50 nsec
Synchronisation Timing
Tt
EXPOSURE
T
Te
SYNCH
CR1000x2:
T: 100 nsec
Te: 220 nsec
Tt: min. 0
CR3000x2:
T: TBD
Te: TBD
Tt: min. 5 µsec
CR1000x3:
T: TBD
Te: TBD
Tt: min. 5 µsec
CR4000x2:
T: 84 nsec
Te: 94 nsec
Tt: min. 0
CR5000x2:
T: 90 nsec
Te: -90 nsec
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Tt: min. 773 nsec
CR450x2, CR600x2:
T: 100 nsec
Te: -100 nsec
(Synch out high interval = Exposure high interval)
Tt: min. 0
T: Delay between the beginning of the exposure and beginning of Synch
Output
Te: Time-interval between end of synch-signal and end of exposure-time
Tt: exposure dead time
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Focal Length Calculation
CR450x2
Full Sensor Resolution
The required focal length of the lens at full sensor resolution (800 x 600
Pixel) is calculated as follows:
Focal Length [ mm] =
A
B
1+
17,7
A: Distance from lens to object in mm
B: Size of the object in mm
Object Size
Example:
A: Distance from lens to object = 300 mm
B: Object Size = 100 mm
calculated focal length = (300 : (1 + (100 : 17,7))) = 45 mm
selected focal length = 35 mm
Reduced Sensor Resolution
At reduced sensor resolutions (e.g. 600 horizontal x 400 vertical pixels)
the focal length is calculated as follows:
Sensor Size [ mm ] = 0,014 ⋅ C2 + D 2
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Focal Length [mm ] =
A
B
1+
Sensor Size [mm ]
A: Distance from lens to object in mm
B: Object size in mm
C: Number of horizontal pixels
D: Number of vertical pixels
Sensor Size [ mm] = 0,014 ⋅ 6002 + 4002 = 10,1
Example:
C: Number of horizontal pixels = 600
D: Number of vertical pixels = 400
A: Distance from lens to object = 300 mm
B: Object size = 100 mm
calculated focal length = (300 : (1 + (100 : 10,1))) = 27,5 mm
when a lens with focal length of 24 mm has to be used, and the object size
has to be kept at 100 mm, the distance from lens to object has to be
changed as follows:

Object Size 

Distance to Object [mm ] = Focal Length ⋅ 1 +
Sensor Size 

at a focal length of 24mm, an object size of 100mm and a sensor size of
10,1mm the new distance from lens to object is calculated as:
24 ⋅ (1 + (100 : 10,1)) = 261 mm
The distance from lens to object has to be reduced from 300mm to
261mm
Vice versa, when the distance from lens to object has to be reduced, the
focus of the lens will come to its limit. and the required magnification factor
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can no more performed by the lens itself. In this case, a distance washer
has to be placed between the lens interface of the camera and the lens.
Distance Washer
The length of the distance washer can be calculated as follows:
Length of the Distance Washer [mm ] = Focal Length ⋅
Sensor Size
Object Size
Example:
Sensor Size as calculated above = 10,1mm
required Object Size=15mm
(The required magnification factor is = 1,5 : 1)
focal length of the lens = 35mm
calculated Length of the Distance Washer = 35 ⋅ (10,1 : 15) = 24mm
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CR600x2
Full Sensor Resolution
The required focal length of the lens at full sensor resolution (1280 x 1024
Pixel) is calculated as follows:
Focal Length [mm ] =
A
B
1+
23
A: Distance from lens to object in mm
B: Size of the object in mm
Object Size
Example:
A: Distance from lens to object = 300 mm
B: Object Size = 100 mm
calculated focal length = (300 : (1 + (100 : 23))) = 56 mm
selected focal length = 50 mm
Reduced Sensor Resolution
At reduced sensor resolutions (e.g. 800 horizontal x 600 vertical pixels)
the focal length is calculated as follows:
Sensor Size [ mm ] = 0,014 ⋅ C2 + D 2
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Focal Length [mm ] =
A
B
1+
Sensor Size [mm ]
A: Distance from lens to object in mm
B: Object size in mm
C: Number of horizontal pixels
D: Number of vertical pixels
Sensor Size [mm ] = 0,014 ⋅ 8002 + 6002 = 14
Example:
C: Number of horizontal pixels = 800
D: Number of vertical pixels = 600
A: Distance from lens to object = 300 mm
B: Object size = 100 mm
calculated focal length = (300 : (1 + (100 : 14))) = 36,8 mm
when a lens with focal length of 35 mm has to be used, and the object size
has to be kept at 100 mm, the distance from lens to object has to be
changed as follows:

Object Size 

Distance to Object [mm ] = Focal Length ⋅ 1 +
Sensor Size 

at a focal length of 35mm, an object size of 100mm and a sensor size of
14mm the new distance from lens to object is calculated as:
35 ⋅ (1 + (100 : 14)) = 285 mm
The distance from lens to object has to be reduced from 300mm to
285mm
Vice versa, when the distance from lens to object has to be reduced, the
focus of the lens will come to its limit. and the required magnification factor
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can no more performed by the lens itself. In this case, a distance washer
has to be placed between the lens interface of the camera and the lens.
Distance Washer
The length of the distance washer can be calculated as follows:
Length of the Distance Washer [mm ] = Focal Length ⋅
Sensor Size
Object Size
Example:
Sensor Size as calculated above = 14mm
required Object Size=14mm
(The required magnification factor is = 1 : 1)
focal length of the lens = 35mm
calculated Length of the Distance Washer = 35 ⋅ (14 : 14) = 35mm
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CR1000x2
Full Sensor Resolution
The required focal length of the lens at full sensor resolution (1280 x 1024
Pixel) is calculated as follows:
Focal Length [mm ] =
A
B
1+
19,67
A: Distance from lens to object in mm
B: Size of the object in mm
Object Size
Example:
A: Distance from lens to object = 300 mm
B: Object Size = 100 mm
calculated focal length = (300 : (1 + (100 : 19,67))) = 49 mm
selected focal length = 50 mm
Reduced Sensor Resolution
At reduced sensor resolutions (e.g. 800 horizontal x 600 vertical pixels)
the focal length is calculated as follows:
Sensor Size [mm ] = 0,012 ⋅ C 2 + D 2
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Focal Length [mm ] =
A
B
1+
Sensor Size [mm ]
A: Distance from lens to object in mm
B: Object size in mm
C: Number of horizontal pixels
D: Number of vertical pixels
Example:
C: Number of horizontal pixels = 800
D: Number of vertical pixels = 600
Sensor Size [mm ] = 0,012 ⋅ 800 2 + 600 2 = 12
A: Distance from lens to object = 300 mm
B: Object size = 100 mm
calculated focal length = (300 : (1 + (100 : 12))) = 32,14 mm
when a lens with focal length of 35 mm has to be used, and the object size
has to be kept at 100 mm, the distance from lens to object has to be
changed as follows:

Object Size 

Distance to Object [mm ] = Focal Length ⋅ 1 +
Sensor Size 

at a focal length of 35mm, an object size of 100mm and a sensor size of
12mm the new distance from lens to object is calculated as:
35 ⋅ (1 + (100 : 12)) = 327 mm
The distance from lens to object has to be increased from 300mm to
327mm.
Vice versa, when the distance from lens to object has to be reduced, the
focus of the lens will come to its limit. and the required magnification factor
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can no more performed by the lens itself. In this case, a distance washer
has to be placed between the lens interface of the camera and the lens.
Distance Washer
The length of the distance washer can be calculated as follows:
Length of the Distance Washer [mm ] = Focal Length ⋅
Sensor Size
Object Size
Example:
Sensor Size as calculated above = 12mm
required Object Size=12mm
(The required magnification factor is = 1 : 1)
focal length of the lens = 35mm
calculated Length of the Distance Washer = 35 ⋅ (12 : 12) = 35mm
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CR3000x2
Full Sensor Resolution
The required focal length of the lens at full sensor resolution (1696 x 1710
Pixel) is calculated as follows:
Focal Length [mm] =
A
B
1+
19,27
A: Distance from lens to object in mm
B: Size of the object in mm
Object Size
Example:
A: Distance from lens to object = 300 mm
B: Object Size = 100 mm
calculated focal length = (300 : (1 + (100 : 19,27))) = 48 mm
selected focal length = 50 mm
Reduced Sensor Resolution
At reduced sensor resolutions (e.g. 1200 horizontal x 1200 vertical pixels)
the focal length is calculated as follows:
Sensor Size [mm] = 0,008 ⋅ C 2 + D 2
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Focal Length [mm ] =
A
B
1+
Sensor Size [mm ]
A: Distance from lens to object in mm
B: Object size in mm
C: Number of horizontal pixels
D: Number of vertical pixels
Example:
C: Number of horizontal pixels = 1200
D: Number of vertical pixels = 1200
Sensor Size [mm] = 0,008 ⋅ 12002 + 12002 = 13,6
A: Distance from lens to object = 300 mm
B: Object size = 100 mm
calculated focal length = (300 : (1 + (100 : 13,6))) = 36 mm
when a lens with focal length of 35 mm has to be used, and the object size
has to be kept at 100 mm, the distance from lens to object has to be
changed as follows:

Object Size 

Distance to Object [mm ] = Focal Length ⋅ 1 +
Sensor Size 

at a focal length of 35mm, an object size of 100mm and a sensor size of
15,4mm the new distance from lens to object is calculated as:
35 ⋅ (1 + (100 : 13,6)) = 292 mm
The distance from lens to object has to be reduced from 300mm to
292mm.
Vice versa, when the distance from lens to object has to be reduced, the
focus of the lens will come to its limit. and the required magnification factor
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can no more performed by the lens itself. In this case, a distance washer
has to be placed between the lens interface of the camera and the lens.
Distance Washer
The length of the distance washer can be calculated as follows:
Length of the Distance Washer [mm ] = Focal Length ⋅
Sensor Size
Object Size
Example:
Sensor Size as calculated above = 13,6mm
required Object Size=13,6mm
(The required magnification factor is = 1 : 1)
focal length of the lens = 35mm
calculated Length of the Distance Washer = 35 ⋅ (13,6 : 13,6) = 35mm
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CR4000x2
Full Sensor Resolution
The required focal length of the lens at full sensor resolution (2304 x 1720
Pixel) is calculated as follows:
Focal Length [mm] =
A
B
1+
20,126
A: Distance from lens to object in mm
B: Size of the object in mm
Object Size
Example:
A: Distance from lens to object = 300 mm
B: Object Size = 100 mm
calculated focal length = (300 : (1 + (100 : 20,126))) = 50 mm
selected focal length = 50 mm
Reduced Sensor Resolution
At reduced sensor resolutions (e.g. 1920 horizontal x 1080 vertical pixels)
the focal length is calculated as follows:
Sensor Size [mm] = 0,007 ⋅ C 2 + D 2
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Focal Length [mm ] =
A
B
1+
Sensor Size [mm ]
A: Distance from lens to object in mm
B: Object size in mm
C: Number of horizontal pixels
D: Number of vertical pixels
Example:
C: Number of horizontal pixels = 1920
D: Number of vertical pixels = 1080
Sensor Size [mm] = 0,007 ⋅ 1920 2 + 1080 2 = 15,4
A: Distance from lens to object = 300 mm
B: Object size = 100 mm
calculated focal length = (300 : (1 + (100 : 15,4))) = 40 mm
when a lens with focal length of 35 mm has to be used, and the object size
has to be kept at 100 mm, the distance from lens to object has to be
changed as follows:

Object Size 

Distance to Object [mm ] = Focal Length ⋅ 1 +
Sensor Size 

at a focal length of 35mm, an object size of 100mm and a sensor size of
15,4mm the new distance from lens to object is calculated as:
35 ⋅ (1 + (100 : 15,4)) = 262 mm
The distance from lens to object has to be reduced from 300mm to
262mm.
Vice versa, when the distance from lens to object has to be reduced, the
focus of the lens will come to its limit. and the required magnification factor
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can no more performed by the lens itself. In this case, a distance washer
has to be placed between the lens interface of the camera and the lens.
Distance Washer
The length of the distance washer can be calculated as follows:
Length of the Distance Washer [mm ] = Focal Length ⋅
Sensor Size
Object Size
Example:
Sensor Size as calculated above = 15,4mm
required Object Size=15,4mm
(The required magnification factor is = 1 : 1)
focal length of the lens = 35mm
calculated Length of the Distance Washer = 35 ⋅ (15,4 : 15,4) = 35mm
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CR5000x2
Full Sensor Resolution
The required focal length of the lens at full sensor resolution (512 x 512
Pixel) is calculated as follows:
Focal Length [ mm] =
A
B
1+
11,58
Object Size
A: Distance from lens to object in mm
B: Size of the object in mm
Example:
A: Distance from lens to object = 300 mm
B: Object Size = 100 mm
calculated focal length = (300 : (1 + (100 : 11,58))) = 31 mm
selected focal length = 35 mm
Reduced Sensor Resolution
At reduced sensor resolutions (e.g. 256 horizontal x 256 vertical pixels)
the focal length is calculated as follows:
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Sensor Size [ mm ] = 0,016 ⋅ C 2 + D 2
Focal Length [mm ] =
A
B
1+
Sensor Size [mm ]
A: Distance from lens to object in mm
B: Object size in mm
C: Number of horizontal pixels
D: Number of vertical pixels
Example:
C: Number of horizontal pixels = 256
D: Number of vertical pixels = 256
Sensor Size [ mm ] = 0,016 ⋅ 2562 + 2562 = 5.6
A: Distance from lens to object = 300 mm
B: Object size = 100 mm
calculated focal length = (300 : (1 + (100 : 5.6))) = 16 mm
when a lens with focal length of 15 mm has to be used, and the object size
has to be kept at 100 mm, the distance from lens to object has to be
changed as follows:

Object Size 

Distance to Object [mm ] = Focal Length ⋅ 1 +
Sensor Size 

at a focal length of 15mm, an object size of 100mm and a sensor size of
5.6mm the new distance from lens to object is calculated as:
15 ⋅ (1 + (100 : 5.6)) = 282 mm
The distance from lens to object has to be increased from 300mm to
282mm.
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Vice versa, when the distance from lens to object has to be reduced, the
focus of the lens will come to its limit. and the required magnification factor
can no more performed by the lens itself. In this case, a distance washer
has to be placed between the lens interface of the camera and the lens.
Distance Washer
The length of the distance washer can be calculated as follows:
Length of the Distance Washer [mm ] = Focal Length ⋅
Sensor Size
Object Size
Example:
Sensor Size as calculated above = 5.6mm
required Object Size=5.6mm
(The required magnification factor is = 1 : 1)
focal length of the lens = 15mm
calculated Length of the Distance Washer = 15 ⋅ (5.6 : 5.6) = 15mm
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Illumination
For questions concerning the illumination for the high-speed application
please do not hesitate to contact Optronis GmbH.
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