FV2300 - FAST CORPORATION[株式会社ファースト]

General-purpose Image Processing System
FV2300 Series
FV2300
Instruction Manual
☆11th Edition☆
FAST CORPORATION
This manual has been produced based on the Japanese version of the 14th
edition of the FV2300 Instruction Manual.
Note
(1) No part of this manual may be copied or reproduced.
(2) The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
(3) Although the utmost care has been taken in the preparation of this manual, unclear points, errors,
or omissions may nevertheless remain. Please contact us if you would like to make any comments.
(4) Notwithstanding the statements in Items (2) and (3) above, FAST CORPORATION will not be held liable
under any circumstances for any consequences arising from use of this product.
(5) FAST CORPORATION assumes no liability for any damage(s) arising from the improper use or the improper
handling of this product arising from failure to observe the instructions contained herein.
Safety Information
When using this product, observe the safety instructions below to ensure its proper and safe use.
If the product is used in any way not described in this manual, its protective functions may be
deteriorated. FAST CORPORATION shall not be liable for any loss or damage resulting from the neglect
to follow these instructions.
The symbols below are used on the product.
Handle with Care
Functional Ground Terminal
*Do not use as a protective earth terminal.
Alternate Current
Power ON
Power OFF
Regulations on Export
To export this product, refer to the regulations in the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control
Law and follow the necessary legal procedures. If you have any questions, please contact our sales
office or agent.
The Symbol Marks in This Manual
Warning
Improper handling of the product may result in minor injury or property damage.
Caution
Improper handling of the product may result in minor injury or property damage.
Provides information for avoiding trouble of the product or ensuring the product to work properly.
Note
Note provides important information in handling this product.
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing our general-purpose image processing system, "FV2300".
The FV2300 is a built-in image processing system for factory automation environments, with a customized hardware platform
as the industrial image processing system. We provide the following 3 types of systems.
FV2300-XPe: Windows XP Embedded system
FV2300-LNX: Linux "LNX System" installed unit which is customized by FAST Corporation
FV2300-DOS: Microsoft MS-DOS installed unit
This handling manual contains the descriptions of the above 3 products. Functions of each system are described in their
section. Descriptions without mention of the name of the system consist of common FV2300 elements. Image input
specifications may change depending on frame grabbers. Please refer to each board's manual for more information.
The product name (product code) is expressed in the following format and a name tag is labeled on the front of the system.
FV2300-Env/Mod/Per

Env(ironment): Software Operation Environment
When FV2300-XPe is chosen, the product name is described as "XPe".
When FV2300-LNX is chosen, the product name is described as "LNX".
When FV2300-DOS is chosen, the product name is described as "DOS".

Mod(el): Product Model (Form)
The model of this product is "M2" (microATX specification No.2).

Per(formance): Performance
This product uses a CPU of "P4-XX" (Pentium 4 XXGHz).
*"XX" contains a CPU clock. The CPU’s clock may improve its performance depending on the market trend.
Ex) Nameplate = "FV2300" Product label = "LNX/M2/P4-XX"
――Trademarks――
Microsoft, Windows, WindowsXP Embedded, MS-DOS are a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. DOS/4G is
a trademark of Tenberry Software, Inc. Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. IBM and PS/2 are
registered trademarks of International Business Machines. CompactFlash is a registered trademark of SanDisk
Corporation in the U.S.A., and CompactFlash Card TM Association is a licensee. Linux is a registered trademark
of Linus Torvalds in the U.S.A and other countries. All other company names and product names mentioned herein
are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Before Use
1. License Agreement of Attached Software Products.
【
FV2300-XPe
】
1). Microsoft Software License Terms
-IMPORTANTWindowsXP Embedded (Microsoft Corporation) is installed on the FV2300-XPe. "Microsoft Software License Terms" is supplied
with the manual. Read the agreement before use. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THIS MICROSOFT SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS, DO NOT
USE THE DEVICE OR COPY THE SOFTWARE. If you use the system, you are considered to have agreed to this agreement. When
the ownership is transferred, for instance, by reselling or incorporating the product into another product, be sure
to attach the "Microsoft Software License Terms" and clearly state that the product is available only when the user
agrees to the agreement.
2). WIL, FVX and FVL/WIN License Agreement
An execution module of WIL, FAST Vision ActiveX Components (FVX) or FAST Vision Library for Windows (FVL/WIN) is
pre-installed in this system with a license for each. Note that only one of those software's licenses comes with
the product, so please choose the desired software when making a purchase. If you would like to use other execution
modules, the purchase of the software license (RTL) is necessary. Use of the product without license is considered
a breach of FAST's registered copyright.
■In the case of selecting the WIL software:
Software License (RTL)
WIL Standard Pack RTL
WIL Video Input Software RTL
Execution modules related to WIL
Licenses of attached software products of
the FV2300-XPe
Licenses of attached software products of
the FV2300-XPe
Licenses which require purchase separately.
■In the case of selecting the FVX software:
Software License (RTL)
FVX Standard Pack RTL
Execution modules related to FVX
Licenses of attached software products of
the FV2300-XPe.
Licenses which require purchase separately.
■In the case of selecting the FVL/WIN software:
Software License (RTL)
FVX Standard Pack RTL/WIN
Execution modules related to FVX
Licenses of attached software products of
the FV2300-XPe.
Licenses which require purchase separately.
【 FV2300-LNX
1.
】
About the LNX System
The FV2200-LNX, FV2300-LNX and FV1100LNX (hereinafter referred to as the “FVxx00-LNX”) include software which
has the following licenses;
GNU General Public License Version 2 (hereinafter called the “GPL”)
GNU LESSER General Public License Version 2 (hereinafter called the “LGPL)
BSD License, X11 License, Zlib License, Openssl License, Openldap License,
Artistic License
The original copies of these license agreements are attached at the end of the manuals of the FVxx00-LNX or the
FVL Standard SDK/LNX. Read the agreements before use. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THESE MICROSOFT SOFTWARE LICENSE
TERMS, DO NOT USE THE DEVICE OR COPY THE SOFTWARE. If you use the system, you are considered to have agreed to
this agreement.
When the ownership is transferred, for instance, by reselling or incorporating the product into another product,
be sure to attach these original copies of license agreements, and clearly state that the product is available
only when the user agrees to the license agreements.
FAST Corporation discloses software codes of the following software (Software Package List) in accordance with
the above license agreements. Please ask our user support if you wish to copy, alter and/or distribute these
software programs, however, we do not guarantee all of the software codes.
It is considered that FAST’s or user given application software, which run on the LNX, are not derivative of the
Linux kernel in accordance with the exemptions of the Linux kernel license agreement, so it does not follow the
GPL. In contrast, it is considered that a driver included kernel is derivative, so it needs to follow the GPL.
Therefore, we do disclose and redistribute driver’s source codes if requested. The appropriate drivers are as
follows;
RICE-001(a/b),FVC04,FVC05,FVC06,FVCM01,FIO01,FHC3310
(1) Application Software Package List for the GPL (Ver.2)
Linux kernel-2.4.20
FAST Grabber Board Driver
SysVinit-2.84-2.i386.rpm
grep-2.5.1-1.i386.rpm
popt-1.6.4-7x.18.i386.rpm
bash-2.05a-13.i386.rpm
gzip-1.3.3-1.i386.rpm
info-4.1-1.i386.rpm
bdflush-1.5-17.i386.rpm
psmisc-20.2-2.i386.rpm
initscripts-6.67-1.i386.rpm
chkconfig-1.3.5-3.i386.rpm
iproute-2.4.7-1.i386.rpm
sed-3.02-11.i386.rpm
cracklib-2.7-15.i386.rpm
kudzu-0.99.52-1.i386.rpm
sh-utils-2.0.11-14.i386.rpm
less-358-24.i386.rpm
shadow-utils-20000902-7.i386.rpm
libcap-1.10-8.i386.rpm
slang-1.4.5-2.i386.rpm
libstdc++-2.96-110.i386.rpm
dev-3.3-4.i386.rpm
libtermcap-2.0.8-28.i386.rpm
tar-1.13.25-4.i386.rpm
diffutils-2.7.2-5.i386.rpm
dosfstools-2.8-1.i386.rpm
logrotate-3.6.4-1.i386.rpm
e2fsprogs-1.27-3.i386.rpm
(2) Application
(3) Application
(4) Application
(5) Application
(6) Application
(7) Application
(8) Application
mingetty-1.00-1.i386.rpm
termcap-11.0.1-10.noarch.rpm
filesystem-2.1.6-2.noarch.rpm
textutils-2.0.21-1.i386.rpm
fileutils-4.1-10.i386.rpm
modutils-2.4.14-3.i386.rpm
usermode-1.53-2.i386.rpm
freetype-2.0.9-2.i386.rpm
mount-2.11n-12.i386.rpm
util-linux-2.11n-12.i386.rpm
fvwm-2.4.15-0.20030220.i386.rpm
vsftpd-1.0.1-5.i386.rpm
gawk-3.1.0-4.i386.rpm
net-tools-1.60-4.i386.rpm
which-2.13-3.i386.rpm
gdbm-1.8.0-14.i386.rpm
pam-0.75-32.i386.rpm
Software Package List for the LGPL (Ver.2)
glibc-common-2.2.5-34.i386.rpm
passwd-0.67-1.i386.rpm
gtk+-1.2.10-15.i386.rpm
procps-2.0.7-12.i386.rpm
hwdata-0.75-1.noarch.rpm
rpm-4.0.4-7x.18.i386.rpm
libuser-0.50.2-1.i386.rpm
newt-0.50.35-1.i386.rpm
glib-1.2.10-5.i386.rpm
glibc-2.2.5-34.i686.rpm
Software Package List for the BSD
bzip2-1.0.2-2.i386.rpm
iputils-20020124-3.i386.rpm
cyrus-sasl-1.5.24-25.i386.rpm
db3-3.3.11-6.i386.rpm
telnet-0.17-20.i386.rpm
sysklogd-1.4.1-8.i386.rpm
telnet-server-0.17-20.i386.rpm
mktemp-1.5-14.i386.rpm
ncurses-5.2-26.i386.rpm
xinetd-2.3.4-0.8.i386.rpm
Software Package List for the X11
XFree86-font-utils-4.2.0-8.i386.rpm
Software Package List for the Zlib
zlib-1.1.3-25.7.i386.rpm
Software Package List for the Openssl
openssl-0.9.6b-18.i386.rpm openssl
Software Package List for the Openldap
Openldap-2.0.23-4.i386.rpm OSI Approved
Software Package List for the Artistic
cracklib-dicts-2.7-15.i386.rpm Artistic
2.
About the FVL/LNX FIE libraries
Some of the FIE libraries in the FVL SDK/LNX contain libraries using open sourced software (OSS).
When installing the FVL standard SDK/LNX, the “license.txt” which is the original copy of the OSS license
agreement is also installed, so you should read this agreement. The original copy of the license agreement is
also attached to the end of the FVxx00-LNX manuals. Read the agreement before use. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO
THESE MICROSOFT SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS, DO NOT USE THE LIBRARIES. If you use the libraries, you are considered
to have agreed to this agreement.
Library File using the OSS
libfvalg_oss.so
OSS List using the OSS in the FIE Libraries
・Mersenne Twister with improved initialization (2002) mt19937
・zlib version 1.2.3
・libtiff version 3.82
・libpng version 1.2.29
・libjpeg-6b
・f2clibs/libF77 20021004, f2clibs/libI77 20030321
・LAPACK 3.1.1
*Refer to the FIE Library Manual for more information such as in which library the OSSs are used.
3.
FVL/LNX License Agreement
"FVL Standard Software RTL/LNX" is attached to the FV2300-LNX system as an execution module of Fast Vision Library
for LNX.
Software License(RTL)
FVL Standard Pack RTL/LNX
Licenses of attached software products of the
FV2300-LNX
【
FV2300-DOS
】
1). MS-DOS License Agreement
FV2300-DOS uses MS-DOS for system startup, file system and other operations. "MS-DOS License Agreement
(Japanese/English)" is supplied with the product. Read the agreement before use. You cannot use the system without
consenting to the license agreement. When the ownership is transferred, for instance, by reselling or incorporating
the product into another product, be sure to attach the "MS-DOS License Agreement" and clearly state that the
product is available only when the user agrees to the agreement.
* This product uses DOS/4G as an MS-DOS extender.
2). FVL/DOS License Agreement
The "FVL Standard Pack RTL/DOS" is attached to the FV2200-DOS system as an execution module of the Fast
Vision Library for DOS. In cases that other execution modules are used, purchase each software license (RTL).
Note that using those modules without license purchases is illegal.
Software License (RTL)
FVL Standard Pack RTL/DOS
Execution modules related to FVX
Licenses of attached software products of
the FV2300-DOS.
Licenses which require purchase separately.
-IMPORTANT"Software License Agreement (B-001579)" is supplied with this manual. Read the agreement before use. IF YOU DO NOTAGREE
TO THIS END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT ("EULA"), DO NOT USE THE DEVICE OR COPY THE SOFTWARE. If you use the system, you
are considered to have agreed to this agreement.
2. Please register to become a user.
Please fill in the user registration form attached to this product and return it to FAST Corporation. We provide
user support services and upgrade information.
*There is no need to reregister if you are already a registered member.
Contents
1 . Package Contents ······································ 1
1.1 FV2300 ························································ 1
1.2 Additional Component Guide ···································· 3
2 . Specifications ········································ 9
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
General Specifications ········································ 9
Function Specifications ······································ 10
How to Turn OFF the System ··································· 12
Block Diagram ················································ 13
3 . Installation and Inspection ·························· 15
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Safety Information ··········································· 15
Fastening Mounting Plates ···································· 16
Power Supply Wiring ·········································· 17
Daily Inspection ············································· 18
Saving Data ·················································· 19
4 . Names of Parts ······································· 21
4.1 Appearance ··················································· 21
4.1.1 Air Inlet & Ventilation Holes ------------------------------------------------ 21
4.2 Front Panel ·················································· 22
4.2.1 POWER/HDD/PWR-SW ------------------------------------------------------------- 22
4.2.2 Flash File Unit Maintenance Panel -------------------------------------------- 24
4.3 Rear Panel ··················································· 25
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
4.3.7
4.3.8
Power Switch ----------------------------------------------------------------- 26
Power Connector -------------------------------------------------------------- 27
Functionable Earth Terminal -------------------------------------------------- 27
RS232C Connector (CH0/CH1) --------------------------------------------------- 28
Parallel Link Port (P-LINK) -------------------------------------------------- 29
ETHERNET Connector ----------------------------------------------------------- 30
VGA Connector ---------------------------------------------------------------- 31
PS/2 Connector (MOUSE/KEYBOARD) ---------------------------------------------- 32
5 . Installation of Boards ······························· 33
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Precautions ·················································· 33
How to Open the Main Unit Cover ······························ 34
Board Installation Procedure ································· 35
Incorporable Boards ·········································· 36
Connector Configurations for Each Slot ······················· 37
Board Installation Rules ····································· 38
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Contents
6 . Cable Wiring Diagram ································· 41
6.1 RS232C Cable (Option) ······································· 41
6.2 Parallel Link Cable (Option) ································ 42
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FV2300
1. Package Contents
Your package of the FV2300 shall contain the following.
If any of them is missing or damaged, please contact our sales office or agent.
1.1 FV2300
FV2300 Main Unit (1 unit)
FV2300 Handling Manual (Included in this manual 1 copy)
Handling Manual for Installed Board(s)
FV2300
Handling
Manual
Handling
Manual
for
Installed
Board(s)
These provide important information necessary for ensuring the safe and proper use of the product.
* This manual may not contain the latest information due to the change of product's specifications. You can download
the latest manual from our website. (http://www.fast-corp.co.jp/eng/)
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FV2300
MS-DOS License Agreement (English/Japanese 1 copy each)
【
FV2300-DOS
】
Please read this agreement before use.
MS-DOS
License
Agreement
FV2x00-XPe User’s Guide (1 copy)
【
FV2300-XPe
】
Please read this guide before use.
FV2x00XPe
Users
Guide
* This manual may not contain the latest information due to the change of product's specifications. You can download
the latest manual from our website. (http://www.fast-corp.co.jp/eng/)
3P Power Cable (1 cable, approx. 1.3m ・125V・10A)
Mounting Plates (2 plates with four 3-mm screws)
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1.2 Additional Component Guide
Standard Optional Components
CompactFlash Card: Only the cards we have selected, inspected and
customized are available.
The CompactFlash Card is optional. Please select a card with the desired capacity for your convenience.
Available card capacity does not contain the space used up by the system.
Note that the CompactFlash Card for FV2300-XPe is divided into 2 partitions (C: Drive / D: Drive) and
D: Drive is open for users.
Available (installable) CompactFlash Card capacity may be increased depending on the market trend.
Please ask our sales office or agent for details.
A CompactFlash card for backup is also available. The backup card will be useful if the CompactFlash
Card or the data on the card is damaged due to malfunction of the device or improper operation. Please ask
our sales office or agent for details.
All the data on the CompactFlash Card (OS and other software programs) are made from master data that has
been checked for viruses.
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Semi Standard Optional Components
These components are available on the market as well as from us, for your convenience.
Pointing Device
PS/2 Track Ball
Cable length: Approx. 1.5m
As computer peripherals undergo constant changes, the currently available devices may differ from the one shown
above.
PS/2 Keyboard
【
FV2300-XPe
】
Compact Japanese 89Key Keyboard (Possible to fit into a small space)
Product Code:PCP-ACK-595JP-PS2 (Subject to change without notice)
Cable Length :Approx. 1.350mm
*Image Drawing
As computer peripherals undergo constant changes, the currently available devices may differ from the one above.
* Note that Japanese keyboard, 106 or 109 keys may be selected.
RS232C Cable
*Image Drawing
As computer peripherals undergo constant changes, the currently available devices may differ from the one above.
(Refer to"6. Cable Wiring Diagram" about the RS232C cable.)
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Parallel Link Cable
【
FV2300-DOS
】
*Image Drawing
Cables for parallel link (P-link) are available from us. For details, contact our sales office or agent.
(Refer to "6. Cable Wiring Diagram" about the parallel link cable.)
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Components to be Purchased by the User
Components to be purchased vary from user to user and therefore we do not handle these
components. Please purchase the components satisfying the specifications below.
CRT/LCD Monitor
【
FV2300-XPe/FV2300-LNX
】
Choose (purchase) the monitor which can connect directly with the VGA port (PC/AT
Compatible Machine). Monitors which use boards other than those provided by FAST
Corporation, are not compatible with our product.
LAN Cable (RJ 45・Category 5)
【
FV2300-XPe/FV2300-LNX
】
Under the circumstances of 100BASE-TX of 10BASE-T network, a cable in category 5 or enhanced category 5 is
recommended to ensure the reliability for factory automation.
LAN cables are categorized by grade depending on speed. Category3 (10M bits/sec.), Category5 (100M bits /sec.),
Enhanced Category5 (1G bits/sec). Higher category offers higher standard values.
There are 2 types of connection, straight cables and cross cables. In the case of connecting the system and
other equipment, a cross cable is available. In the case of connecting the system and more than 2 other devices,
a straight cable and a line connector (HUB) are necessary.
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Black and White Video Monitor
【
FV2300-DOS
】
The images will be displayed full screen. The monitor may need adjustment to view the edges. This adjustment
will be easily made if a monitor supporting "Under Scan" is used.
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2. Specifications
2.1 General Specifications
Specifications
External Dimensions (*)
145mm(W)×311.5mm(D)×275mm(H)
Rubber Feet (H)
6mm
Weight
Approx. 4.8kgs (Mounting hardware is not included)
Power Supply
AC100~240V
Power Supply Frequency
50/60Hz
Power Consumption
320VA or less
Operating Ambient Temperature
0~40℃
Operating Ambient Humidity
30~85%RH (No condensation)
Storage Ambient Temperature
-20~60℃
Storage Ambient Humidity
95%RH or less
Other
Power Supply Unit (made in Japan), Long-life Fan
* Note that connection parts and connectors are not described in this manual.
For replacement filter, use Bridgestone polyurethane-foam "Everlight SF" (Material: HR-13 105mm x 95mm).
•
A coin type lithium battery is pre-installed in the system, so that when not in use, the internal time
clock and calendar continue to run. The life of the batteries are approximately 5 years or more. Do not
replace the battery yourself. We provide charged battery replacement service, so please ask our sales
agency.
•
Generally, the power supply device and cooling fan have a limited life expectancy. Expected life-span of
power supply device and fan are 3 years when in continual operation in 40°C environment. Note that the expected
life-span of the battery and system are not guaranteed beyond the first year of use. For replacement of power
supply device and cooling fan, please contact our sales office or agent. There will be a charge for the service.
* On-site service is not provided.
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2.2 Function Specifications
The functions of video input depend on the used frame grabbers for PCI Bus Specifications.
Please refer to the manual for each board.
【
FV2300-XPe
Standard
Interface
】
Number of
channels
RS
Transmission
232
Speed
C
Communication
Conditions
Network Interface
Display Functions
Slots for FAST
Specified Boards
Number of PCI Bus
Slots
Processor
2 Channels
1,200~115,200bps
Data length, parity, and stop bit length (all variable)
100Base-TX(IEEE802.3u)/10Base-T(IEEE802.3)
Maximum resolution 1280×1024 (24bit/16,777,216 colors)
Refer to "5.4 Incorporable Boards"for more detail.
3
Equivalent to Pentium 4
Standard 256MB
General
Main Memory [*1]
(Expansion modules are available)
Information
Flash File Unit (CompactFlash Card:option)
File Unit
(Please choose the desired capacity when purchasing)
Other
Mouse Interface
PS/2 Specifications
[*1] The standard memory and expanded options capacity may be increased depending on the market trend.
【
FV2300-LNX
Standard
Interface
】
Number of
channels
RS
Transmission
232
Speed
C
Communication
Conditions
Network Interface
Display Functions
Slots for FAST
Specified Boards
Number of PCI Bus
Slots
Processor
2 Channels
1,200~115,200bps
Data length, parity, and stop bit length (all variable)
100Base-TX(IEEE802.3u)/10Base-T(IEEE802.3)
Maximum resolution 1280×1024 (24bit/16,777,216 colors)
Refer to "5.4 Incorporable Boards" for more detail.
3
Equivalent to Pentium 4
Standard 256MB
General
Main Memory [*1]
(Expansion modules are available)
Information
Flash File Unit (CompactFlash Card:option)
File Unit
(Please choose the desired capacity when purchasing)
Other
Mouse Interface
PS/2 Specifications
[*1] The standard memory and expanded options capacity may be increased depending on the market trend.
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【
FV2300-DOS
】
RS
232C
Standard
Interface
General
Information
Number of
Channels
Transmission
Speed
Communication
Conditions
Number of
Channels
Function
High Speed
Communication
Port
Slots for FAST
Specified Boards
Number of PCI Bus Slots
Processor
Main Memory
File Unit
Other
Note:
Mouse Interface
Chinese Character
2 Channels
1,200~115,200bps
Data length, parity, and stop bit length
(All variable)
1 Channel
Parallel Link Connection (P-LINK)
Refer to "5.4 Incorporable Boards" about boards.
3
Equivalent to Pentium 4
Standard 256MB
(Expansion modules are available)
Flash File Unit (CompactFlash Card:option)
(Please choose the desired capacity when purchasing)
PS/2 Specifications
JIS level 1 Kanji font
PC Components used in the FV2300 System
Although the FV2300 system uses industrial personal computer components which have long-lasting stability
(hereinafter called industrial PC components), these components may change to alternative components
if they become obsolete or if production becomes limited.
Note:
Additional Memory after Purchase
It is possible to add more memory at our facility. FAST Corporation does not warrant that the system
operates properly when customers install more memory into the system.
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2.3 How to Turn OFF the System
【
FV2300-LNX/FV2300-DOS
】
Make sure that the HDD indicator LED is OFF and then turn OFF the power switch on the rear of the system.
Never press the PWP-SW switch at the front of the system, or turn OFF the power switch on the rear of the system,
while the system is running or the HDD indicator is ON. This will prevent files from being destroyed.
【
FV2300-XPe
】
1.How to Turn OFF the System
Use the Shutdown function of the WindowsXP Embedded to turn OFF the system safely.
1. Press [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Delete] keys of the keyboard simultaneously to start the task manager.
2. Select "Turn off the System" from the shutdown menu in the task manager.
3. Turn OFF the switch then turns it ON when restoring power to the system. It is also possible to restore
the system by pressing the PWR-SW button at the front of the system.
2.Restoring Power to the System
Please wait for more than 10 seconds to restore power to the system after turning OFF the system.
Do not turn OFF the switch until the shutdown process has been completed. The file unit (system or CompactFlash
Card) may have a terminal breakdown if you turn OFF the system while the HDD indicator is ON or the system
is running.
Note
Backup Copy of Files
Backing-up your files is recommended to prevent damage to the CompactFlash Card. If the system region of
the CompactFlash Card is damaged, re-writing is required at our facility.
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Flash File Unit
PCI Bus Specifications
Optical Isolated I/O Board
IDE I/F
- 13 is an available option.
Camera Input
PCI Bus Specifications
Frame Grabber
is the provided system.
FV2300-XPe/FV2300-LNX
PCI Bus
ETHERNET
VGA Monitor Output
RS232C
PS/2 Trackball
【
Motherboard
Main Memory
CPU
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2.4 Block Diagram
Note that frame grabber specifications for PCI Bus depend on installed boards in the system.
】
PCI Bus Specifications
Optical Isolated I/O Board
- 14 Camera Input
RS-232C
Parallel Link Port
は基 is the provided system.
Monitor Output
PCI Bus Specifications
Video Board
is an available option.
PCI Bus
PCI Bus Specifications
Frame Grabber
IDE I/F
PS/2 Trackball
【 FV2300-DOS
Flash File Unit
Motherboard
Main Memory
CPU
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3. Installation and Inspection
Caution
This chapter provides very important information on installation for ensuring the safe operation of the FV2300.
Consider the following conditions when setting-up the FV2300 on-site to increase the reliability of the system,
and to make the most use of the functions.
3.1 Safety Information
 Do not install the FV2300 system on an unstable surface (e.g., rickety table or a slope). This will prevent
the FV2300 from falling off or toppling, and thereby avoiding damage to the machine or injury to a person.
The weight of the FV2300 shall be supported by the bottom plate (rubber feet) to level the machine. The
FV2300 may be also fastened onto the floor using the supplied mounting plates (Refer to "3.2 Fastening
Mounting Plates").
 The air inlet and outlet are ventilation holes to prevent heat buildup inside the machine. If these holes
are blocked, fire may result. Leave a space at least 50mm from the holes.
Caution
Avoid installing the FV2300 in the following places.
 The ambient temperature falls below 0°C or exceeds 40°C
 The temperature fluctuates drastically and condensation may occur.
(If condensation occurs, be sure to dry the machine before turning on power)
 The relative humidity falls below 30% or exceeds 85%.
 There is a strong electric field or magnetic field.
 There is a heat source nearby.
 The machine will be subject to direct vibration or shock.
 The machine will be exposed to direct sunlight.
 A dusty place
 Water, oil or other chemicals are present in the vicinity.
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3.2 Fastening Mounting Plates
The FV2300 can be installed transversely or vertically by using the attached mounting plates.
■In the case of installing the system vertically. (Factory Setting)
(1) Turn off the power switch of the system.
(2) Unplug all the cables from the system.
(3) Turn the machine upside down to place the rubber feet facing up.
(4) Fasten the mounting plates to the machine tightly using the screws.
Screw positions for fastening
the mounting plates.
■In the case of installing the system transversely
(1) Turn off the power switch of the system.
(2) Unplug all the cables from the system.
(3) Turn the machine upside down and unscrew the screws in the middle of the rubber feet to remove
them.
(4) Fasten the rubber feet into the holes, which are located on the right side of the machine, using
the screws provided.
(5) Turn the machine upside down to place the rubber feet facing up.
(6) Fasten the mounting plates to the machine tightly using the screws.
Screw positions for fastening
the mounting plates.
Caution
If the FV2300 is not fastened, the machine may topple and be damaged.
Be sure to fasten the machine using the mounting plates.
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3.3 Power Supply Wiring
Warning
Power Source
Make sure that the source voltage matches the power supply voltage of the FV2300 before turning on power.
Power Cable and Plug
Use the power cable (when use in Japan) supplied by FAST, to prevent electrical shock and fire. Connect
the main plug to the AC outlet with a protective earth terminal. Do not use a cable extension without
the protective earth cables. If such a cable extension is used, the protective operation will be disabled.
Protective Earth
Be sure to ground the protective earth terminal before turning on power to the FV2300 to prevent electrical
shock. The power cable for the FV2300 is a 3P power cable with a grounding conductor. Connect it to a
3P outlet with a protective earth terminal.
Necessity of Protective Earth
Do not cut-off the protective earth conductor inside or outside the FV2300 or disconnect the protective
earth wiring, to avoid hazards.
Warning
Be sure to observe the following to prevent damage to the machine, electrical shock or fire.
 Be sure to disconnect the power cable and connection cables before connecting or disconnecting the earth
conductor.
 Observe the following when handling the power cable.
(1) Do not use a damaged power cable.
(2) Do not modify the power cable or the plug.
(3) Do not place a heavy object on the power cable.
(4) Do not bend, twist or pull the cable by force.
(5) Do not place the cable near a heating apparatus.
(6) Do not connect the cable to an outlet extension to which other heat producing devices are connected.
 When the TV camera connected to the FV2300 is to be mounted on a robot arm, be careful with the earth
connection so that there is no potential difference of the GND level.
 When the coaxial cable used for video transmission is to be relayed using a relay connector, the GND side
will be exposed at the relay. This GND side has the same potential as that of the SG of the machine. Be
careful not to let it touch a high voltage source.
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3.4 Daily Inspection
The components may deteriorate due to heat, humidity, dust, frequent operation or other factors, and that can
result in an accident. Check the following during daily inspection.
Caution
 The fan of the FV2300 has a large intake of air. Inspect the fan at least once every 6 months.
If the dust filter is not clean or clogged, clean or replace it.
 For a replacement filter, use Bridgestone polyurethane-foam "Everlight SF".
(Material: HR-13 105mm x 95mm)
Filter Cleaning Procedure
(1) Turn off power to the FV2300.
(2) Remove the screw (1 piece) of the air inlet on the front panel, and the metal cover will come off.
Remove the filter.
(3) Vacuum up the dust from the filter or blow off the dust using an air duster (compressed air).
(4) Put the cleaned filter back into place, reversing the procedure (2).
*When reconnecting connectors, check that they are connected correctly.
Screw for fastening
the mounting plate of
the suction mouth
Caution
 Do not use the FV2300 when the filter is clogged. Doing so will cause heat to build up inside the
machine, resulting in damage to the machine or fire.
 If there is an abnormal sound, smell, heat or any other sign of danger, turn off the power immediately
and disconnect the power plug from the outlet. Otherwise, electrical shock or fire may result.
If a problem is determined, please contact our sales office or agent.
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3.5 Saving Data
Unlike a hard disk (HDD), a flash file unit (CompactFlash Card) has no mechanical part and therefore is highly
reliable. However, the programs and data files may be lost if power is turned off or the device malfunctions
while data is accessed.
Be sure to back-up data on the card onto a PC or other medium.
Note:
Use of CompactFlash Card for Maintenance is Recommended.
If the files on the CompactFlash Card are destroyed for some reason, the application program can be restored.
However, if the FV2300 system is affected, the CompactFlash Card may need replacement. We recommend you buy
a CompactFlash Card for maintenance, so that you will be able to take prompt action in case problems occur.
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4. Names of Parts
4.1 Appearance
Front Panel
Air Inlet (with filter)
Rear Panel
Ventilation Holes
4.1.1 Air Inlet & Ventilation Holes
The air inlet is a vent for cooling parts in the machine.
As the CPU and the frame grabber generate a large amount of heat, make sure that the fan is running. Do not
open the inlet except for replacement of the dust filter.
Caution
There must be a space of at least 50mm from the air inlet.
Do not block the inlet. If the air inlet is blocked, the internal temperature will rise excessively,
resulting in thermal runaway damage, or fire. Also, do not put metallic, flammable or any other foreign
material through the inlet.
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4.2 Front Panel
4.2.1 POWER/HDD/PWR-SW
 POWER (Green)
Lights up when the power switch is turned ON (-), indicating that power is supplied to the machine.
 HDD (Red)
Stays ON while the flash file unit is being accessed.
 PWR-SW
This switch is used for maintenance. Refer to the following "Functions of PWR-SW" for more detail.
Press the switch using a thin cylindrical object like a toothpick or tip of ballpoint pen.
Functions of PWR-SW
【
FV2300-XPe
】
The PWR-SW is equivalent to a general computer power switch. If you press this switch while the power
switch on the rear is ON, it will turn OFF the system. In this case, press the PWR-SW switch again
to restart the system.
This switch is used when the system does not start for some reason, even though the power switch on
the rear is turned ON.
Shut down the system by
pressing the PWR-SW.
BP SW OFF
ON
OFF
PWR-SW
BP SW ON
OFF
BP SW ON
BP: Back Panel
BP SW ON
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【
FV2300-LNX/FV2300-DOS
】
The PWR-SW is equivalent to a general computer power switch. If you press this switch while the power
switch on the rear is ON, it will turn OFF the system. In this case, press the PWR-SW switch again
to restart the system.
This switch is used when the system does not start for some reason, even though the power switch on
the rear is ON.
BP SW OFF
OFF
BP SW OFF
BP SW ON
PWR-SW
ON
BP SW ON
PWR-SW
BP: Back Panel
BP SW ON
OFF
BP SW ON
OFF
BP SW OFF
Never press the PWR-SW switch while the system is running or the HDD indicator is ON.
This will prevent files from being destroyed.
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4.2.2 Flash File Unit Maintenance Panel
*This image is of the FV2300-LNX.
This is the panel for maintenance of the Flash File Unit.
(Do not open the panel unless advised by FAST.)
Caution
Behind the maintenance panel, the Flash File Unit (CompactFlash Card) is installed.
When opening and closing the panel for maintenance, observe the following precautions.
 Never remove or insert the CompactFlash Card while the power switch is ON (Power is supplied).
This will prevent damage to the CompactFlash Card and the FV2300.
 If the CompactFlash Card is not inserted properly, the system may not run properly.
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4.3 Rear Panel
PS/2 Connector (MOUSE)
PS/2 Connector (KEYBOARD)
(For the FV2300-XPe Only)
Power Switch
USB (Port 2,3)
(Not Available)
PWR Connector
RS232C Connector (CH0)
PWR Fan
Parallel Link Connector (P-LINK)
(For the FV2300-DOS Only)
VGA Connector
(For the FV2300-DOS Only)
Functional Ground
Terminal
USB (Port 0,1)
(Not Available)
①Camera Control
Connector (EXT.CONTROL)
ETHERNET Connector
(Not Available for the FV2300-DOS)
RS232C Connector (CH1)
②Slots for boards
provided by FAST
Note
① The Camera Control Connector (EXT.CONTROL) is an optional component for the Rice-001(a/b).
Note that this Camera Control Connector cannot be installed when inserting two RICE-001a/b boards.
Refer to each Inserted Boards’ manual for more information about connectors.
② Board connectors with PCI Bus specifications for connecting other equipment will appear.
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4.3.1 Power Switch
 Press the "-" power switch to turn ON. Press the "○" button to turn. After connecting all the cables,
turn on this switch to use the FV2300.
 Turn the switch to ON to start the system.
Never turn OFF power while the system is running or the file unit is being accessed (The HDD indicator
LED is on). This will prevent files from being destroyed.
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4.3.2 Power Connector
 Input voltage, frequency, maximum electric power consumption ,100-240V~, 50-60Hz, 320VA respectively.
 Connect the supplied 3P power cable to this connector to supply power up to 125V. Please provide another
cable when connecting to power over 125V.
 Refer to "2.3 How to Turn OFF the System" about turning OFF the power.
 Refer to "3.3 Power Supply Wiring" about power cable connections.
4.3.3 Functionable Earth Terminal
This terminal is used to connect the FV2300 to the floor, a rack or other surface for grounding.
The signal ground (SG) and the frame ground (FG) of the casing are connected to the earth terminal.
Generally, the SG of video equipment (e.g., TV camera or TV monitor) is connected to the frame.
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4.3.4 RS232C Connector (CH0/CH1)
CH0
CH1
 "RS232C CH0/RS232C CH1" provides RS232C asynchronous serial communication.
Asynchronous Serial Communication Specifications






Baud Rate ·················· 1,200~115,200bps
Data Length················· 6~8 bits
Stop Bit ··················· 1/2 bits
Parity Bit·················· None/Odd/Even
Flow Control················ None/Xon-off/RS-CS
Full duplex communications (interrupt handling)
C-LINK Communication Specifications
【
FV2300-DOS
】
 Communication Speed ·········· Approx. 50kbps~100kbps
*Depends on the PC’s specifications
 Half-duplex Communication・・ ·· Available for communication with the PC or the 90X series.
(Supports the PC-9800 series and PC/AT compatible machine:Available for
host communication program and C-LINK libraries)
RS232C (CH0/CH1) Connector (Mating Screw:Unified Coarse (UNC))
Pin No.
Signal
Direction
Description of Signal
1
(Reserved)
2
RXD
←
Receive Data
3
TXD
→
Transmit Data
4
DTR
→
5
GND
6
DSR
←
Data Set Ready
7
RTS
→
Request to Send
8
CTS
←
Clear to Send
9
(Reserved)
Indicates that the FV2300 is active
Signal Ground
[*1] "→" indicates Output, "←" indicates Input, "⇔" indicates Two-Way.
[*2] The 9-pin DSUB male connector (Hirose RDED-9PE-LNA or equivalent) is used.
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4.3.5 Parallel Link Port (P-LINK)
【
FV2300-DOS
】
 The Parallel Link (P-LINK) supports speed communication with the host PC to download data at high speed
when developing software. We call this "P-LINK".
 This port uses hardware which is defined as a printer port. The following chart describes the printer port
description such as direction, signal name and signal description. (Note that signal name and direction
may change depending on the situation.)
Parallel Link Connector (Mating Screw:Unified Coarse (UNC))
Pin No.
Direction
Name of Signal
1
→
STOROBE
Data Capture Synchronizing Signal
2
→
Data Bit 0
Transmit Data Bit 0
3
→
Data Bit 1
Transmit Data Bit 1
4
→
Data Bit 2
Transmit Data Bit 2
5
→
Data Bit 3
Transmit Data Bit 3
6
→
Data Bit 4
Transmit Data Bit 4
7
→
Data Bit 5
Transmit Data Bit 5
8
→
Data Bit 6
Transmit Data Bit 6
9
→
Data Bit 7
Transmit Data Bit 7
10
←
ACK
Completion of Data Input
11
←
BUSY
Printer cannot receive data.
12
←
PE
Paper End
13
←
SLCT
Selective State of Printer
14
→
AUTO FEED
Auto Linefeed after Printing
15
←
ERROR
Printer Error
16
→
INIT
Initialization of Printer
17
→
SLCT IN
Select Printer
18
Ground
19
Ground
20
Ground
21
Ground
22
Ground
23
Ground
24
Ground
25
Ground
Description of Signal
[*1] "→" indicates Output, "←" indicates Input, "⇔" indicates Two-Way.
[*2] The 25-pin DSUB female connector (Hirose RDED-25SE-LNA or equivalent) is used.
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4.3.6 ETHERNET Connector
【
FV2300-XPe/FV2300-LNX
】
The ETHERNET connector is for connecting with a LAN cable.
This connector is for connecting the UTP cable of 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX. This port automatically detects
communication speed (10Mbps/100Mbps) and communication mode (Full Duplex/Half Duplex), and selects the
best connection.
Select Category5 cable or larger to operate a network with 100Mbps. If a Category3 or Category4 cable is
used, some troubles (data loss or other) may occur, even though it appears to be all right at the beginning.
Although the Category3 and Category4 cables are available when connecting the network with 10Mbps,
the use of a Category5 cable is recommended in view of the reliability for factory automation use.
Note that a distance between the system and the line concentrator (HUB) is not allowed to be over 100m.
ETHERNET connector has 2 LEDs to express the current situation.
LAN Link/Act LED (Green) :It is connecting with data link (connecting with HUB directly), while the
indicator is ON. Data is sending or receiving while the indicator light is
OFF.
LAN Speed LED (Orange)
:The indicator is ON in the case of 100Base-T, and the indicator is OFF in the
case of 10Base-T.
ETHERNET Connector
Pin No.
Direction
Description of Signal
1
O
TD+ (Transmit Data+)
2
O
TD- (Transmit Data-)
3
I
RD+ (Receive Data+)
4
N/A
5
N/A
6
I
7
N/A
Reserved
8
N/A
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
RD- (Receive Data-)
[*1] "I"indicates Input,"O" indicates Output, "I/O" indicates Input/Output, "N/A"indicates Power or
Reserved.
[*2] The RJ45 connector is used.
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4.3.7 VGA Connector
【
FV2300-XPe/FV2300-LNX
】
The CRT monitor with the VGA standard is connected to this VGA connector.
VGA Connector
Pin No.
Direction
1
O
Red Data
Description of Signal
2
O
Green Data
3
O
Blue Data
4
N/A
Reserved
5
N/A
Ground
6
N/A
Ground
7
N/A
Ground
8
N/A
Ground
9
N/A
Reserved
10
N/A
Ground
11
N/A
Reserved
12
N/A
Reserved
13
O
14
O
15
N/A
HSYNC
VSYNC
Reserved
[*1] "I"indicates Input, "O" indicates Output, "I/O" indicates Input/Output, "N/A"indicates Power or
Reserved.
[*2] The HD 15-pin DSUB female connector is used.
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4.3.8 PS/2 Connector (MOUSE/KEYBOARD)
MOUSE
KEYBOARD
(Available for only the FV2300-XPe)
 Connect a pointing device (PS/2 specification trackball or mouse) to the "MOUSE" connector.
 Do not connect anything to "KEYBOARD" (Available for only the FV2300-XPe)
Make sure that the pointing device is connected to the system before tuning ON the power.
MOUSE Connector
Pin No.
Name of Signal
Direction
1
DATA
⇔
2
(Reserved)
3
GND
4
+5V
5
CLK
6
(Reserved)
Description of Signal
MOUSE Communication Data
Power Supply/Signal Ground
Power Supply 5V
→
MOUSE Synchronizing Clock
[*1] "→" indicates Output, "←" indicates Input, "⇔" indicates Two-Way.
[*2] The 6-pin mini DSUB connector is used.
KEYBOARD Connector (Available for only the FV2300-XPe)
Pin No.
Name of Signal
Direction
1
DATA
⇔
2
(Reserved)
3
GND
4
+5V
5
CLK
6
(Reserved)
Description of Signal
MOUSE Communication Data
Power Supply/Signal Ground
Power Supply 5V
→
MOUSE Synchronizing Clock
[*1] "→" indicates Output, "←" indicates Input, "⇔" indicates Two-Way.
[*2] The 6-pin mini DSUB connector is used.
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5. Installation of Boards
Users may need to remove and install the boards for inspections or repairs. When removing and installing boards,
observe the precautions below and in each board's operation manual.
5.1 Precautions
Caution

Be sure to remove static electricity from your body before touching the system.
The boards installed in the system are highly sensitive to static electricity. If electricity carried on
your clothes or body flows to the machine, it may result in damage to the components or the BIOS setting
information that saves CMOS. Touch a metal surface, such as a steel cabinet, and the FG terminal of the machine
to remove static electricity. Never touch the edge connectors, component terminals or soldered surfaces.
 Make sure that the power of the machine is OFF when removing or installing a board. (Refer to "2.3 How to
Turn OFF the System")
 Make sure that the power cable and all other cables are disconnected from the machine.
If you try to remove or install a board with the power ON or with any of the cables connected, CMOS settings
may be destroyed, or the circuits of the board or the machine may be damaged due to micro currents.
 If a board other than the one specified by FAST is installed, problems like those described below may occur.
If such a board is used, FAST does not guarantee proper operation of the system.
1) The machine does not work.
2) Abnormal phenomena sometimes occur.
3) The machine is damaged.
A board may touch the adjacent boards depending on its shape. In that case, insert something electrically insulating
between the boards to prevent damage to the board or the machine, electrical shock, or fire.
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5.2 How to Open the Main Unit Cover
Remove one screw on the rear panel, and you can slide open the cover.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Turn OFF the power switch of the FV2300
Disconnect all the cables from the FV2300.
Remove the screw as shown below.
Slide the cover to open.
Remove this screw.
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5.3 Board Installation Procedure
(1) Turn OFF the power of the FV2300 and disconnect all the cables from the
machine.
Do not skip this step to avoid malfunction. (Refer to "5.1 Precautions")
(2) Check the settings of the board.
When you set the DIP switches or other settings, be sure to double-check the settings to prevent malfunction.
(3) Open the cover and make preparations for installing the board.
Open the main unit cover. If cables obstruct the board, disconnect the cables. Remember where each cable
is connected. Be careful not to access the cables when disconnecting them. (Refer to "5.2 How to Open the
Main Unit Cover")
(4) Install the board in position.
Install the board, while referring to the manual for the board. After fitting the board into the slot, fasten
the bracket with screws.
(5) Put back the cover and cables.
Connect all the cables back to the FV2300 and fasten them with screws. Place the cover back in place.
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5.4 Incorporable Boards
Note
Please check our website (http://www.fast-corp.co.jp/eng/) or ask our sales staff for updated information.
【
FV2300-XPe
】
Incorporable board list for the FV2300-XPe:
Product Name
RICE-001(a/b)
FVC04(a)
FVC05
FVC06
FHC3310(A)
FHC3310CL
FIO01
※
【
Function
For Cameras based on EIA
For Camera Link Interfaced Cameras
For High-speed Analog Cameras
For Camera Link Interfaced Cameras
For High-speed / High-resolution Cameras
For High-speed Camera Link Interfaced Cameras
Optical Isolated I/O Board
Bus Connector
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
You must upgrade the RICE-001b driver software to version 4.0.0 or higher before inserting the
RICE-001b into your system. Failure to do so will result in unexpected system failures.
FV2300-LNX
】
Incorporable board list for the FV2300-LNX:
Product Name
RICE-001(a/b)
FVC04(a)
FVC05
FVC06
FHC3310(A)
FIO01
※
【
Function
For Cameras based on EIA
For Camera Link Interfaced Cameras
For High-speed Analog Cameras
For Camera Link Interfaced Cameras
For High-speed/ High-resolution Cameras
Optical Isolated I/O Board
Bus Connector
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
You must upgrade the RICE-001b driver software to version 2.0.0 or higher before inserting the
RICE-001b into your system. Failure to do so will result in unexpected system failures.
FV2300-DOS
】
Incorporable board list for the FV2300-DOS:
Product Name
PLUM-001
RICE-001(a/b)
FVC05
FHC3310(A)
FIO01
※
Function
For Monitor Display based on EIA
For Cameras based on EIA
For High-speed Analog Cameras
For High-speed/ High-resolution Cameras
Optical Isolated I/O Board
Bus Connector
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
You must upgrade the RICE-001b driver software to version 5.1.0 or higher before inserting the RICE-001b
into your system. Failure to do so will result in unexpected system failures.
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5.5 Connector Configurations for Each Slot
The following connector brackets can be seen on the rear panel.
◆
◆
Video Boards(Fixed)
◆
External I/O Board
(Selectable)
PLUM-001
I/O Bracket(Fixed)
FIO01
RS232C(CH1)
RS232C-CH1
DID0
VIDEO_OUT
◆
Frame Grabber(Selectable)
RICE-001(a/b)
FVC05
FVC04(a)
CH0
CN1
CH0
CH1
CH1
CH2
CONT
CONT
CH3
FVC
05
FVC06
CN1
FHC3310(A)
FHC3310CL
CN3
CAMERA_IF
CAMERA_IF
CN2
I/O
CN4
(*) This section shows only the shape of each board.
Refer to the manual for each board about connector signal specifications.
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5.6 Board Installation Rules
Please follow the installation rules for boards provided by FAST. (Refer to "5.4 Incorporable Boards" and
"5.5 Connector Configurations for Each Slot") For updated information, check our website
(http://www.fast-corp.co.jp/eng/) or ask our sales staff.
The following chart is describes the FV2300 main unit installed vertically. (Factory Setting)
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UPSIDE
Table of board priority
・FVC06
・RICE-001(a/b)
・FVC04(a)
・FVC05
・FHC3310(A)
・FHC3310CL
・FIO01
RS232C CH1
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 3
※
Each board should be inserted from slot1 through slot5 in accordance
with the table of board priority.
Note that there are some restrictions on the combinations of boards depending on system's specifications.
※
※
※
※
※
※
Up to 2 identical boards can be inserted into the device.
The EXT.CONTROL Connector for the RICE-001(a/b) is an optional component.
More than 1 RICE-001 board cannot be inserted into the device. (Except RICE-001(a/b))
Only one FVC06 board can be inserted because it requires two slots.
Note that the EXT.CONTROL Connector cannot be installed when inserting two RICE-001a/b boards.
Refer to the manual for each board about their specifications.
In addition to that mentioned above, there are the following restrictions when using the FAST Vision Library
for Windows.
※
※
Only identical boards can be inserted into the device.
When using RICE-001(a/b) boards, only 1 of these boards can be inserted for the device to function.
For the FVC05, supplying +12V each per board to the camera, carry a maximum power supply restriction
of 3A (36W).
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UPSIDE
Select When Purchasing
・RICE-001(a/b)
・FVC04(a)
・FVC05
・FVC06
・FHC3310(A)
RS232C CH1
Slot1 for Frame Grabber
Slot2 for Frame Grabber
Select When Purchasing
Slot for External I/O Board
・FIO01
Up to 3 boards can be installed into the system at the same time (Slot1, 2). However, due to power supply capacity
and system specifications, there are some restrictions on the combinations of boards. Follow the instructions
below
* The FVC06 cannot be inserted with other boards as it requires 2 slots.
* Only one RICE-001(a/b) or FVC06 can be inserted at the same time. Available for inserting up to 2 other
boards.
* The EXT.CONTROL Connector for the RICE-001(a/b) is an optional component.
* The FVC04(a) cannot be used with other boards.
* The following boards cannot be used at the same time; RICE-001(a/b), FVC05
* RICE-001(a/b), FVC05 boards should be inserted into Slot1 prior to other boards.
* Refer to the manual for each board about their specifications.
Available to Install
Up to 3 Boards
Available Conbinations
Number of Identical
Boards that can be
inserted
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RICE-001(a/b)
1
●
-
-
-
-
FVC05
FVC04(a)
FVC06
FHC3310(A)
2
2
1
2
-
-
-
●
-
-
-
●
●
-
-
●
-
●
-
-
-
-
●
-
FV2300-DOS
】
Select When Purchasing
・RICE-001(a/b)
・FVC05
・FVC3310(A)
UPSIDE
RS232C CH1
Slot for Frame Grabber
Select When Purchasing
・PLUM-001
Slot for Video Board
Select When Purchasing
・FIO01
Slot for External I/O Board
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6. Cable Wiring Diagram
6.1 RS232C Cable (Option)
RS232C Serial Cable 5(9pin female to 9pin female)
4m
①
②
Female
Female
①,②:XM2D-0901(OMRON) or equivalent
Fixing Screw:#4-40UNC
RS232C Serial Cable 5
①FV2300
②External Device
Signal Name
Pin No.
Pin No.
Signal Name
RxD
TxD
DTR
SG
DSR
RTS
CTS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RxD
TxD
DTR
SG
DSR
RTS
CTS
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6.2 Parallel Link Cable (Option)
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Parallel Link Cable 1 (25pin male to 25pin male)
3m
①
②
Male
Male
①,②:XM2A-2501(OMRON) or equivalent
Fixing Screw:#4-40UNC
Parallel Link Cable 1
①FV2300-DOS/M2
②External Device
Signal Name
Pin No.
Pin No.
Signal Name
data0
data1
data2
data3
data4
BUSY
ACK
PE
SLCT
ERROR
GND
2
3
4
5
6
11
10
12
13
15
25
15
13
12
10
11
6
5
4
3
2
25
ERROR
SLCT
PE
ACK
BUSY
data4
data3
data2
data1
data0
GND
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PO W E R
1 0 0V ~
50 - 6 0H z 3. 2 A
P W R -S W
H DD
POWER
(株)ファースト
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Microsoft Software License Terms for:
Windows® XP Embedded Runtime
These license terms are an agreement between you and FAST Corporation. Please read them.
They apply to the software included on this device. The software also includes any separate
media on which you received the software.
The software on this device includes software licensed from Microsoft Corporation or its affiliate.
The terms also apply to any Microsoft
•
Updates,
•
Supplements,
•
Internet-based services, and
•
Support services
for this software, unless other terms accompany those items. If so, those terms apply. If you
obtain updates or supplements directly from Microsoft, then Microsoft, and not FAST Corporation,
licenses those to you.
As described below, using some features also operates as your consent to the transmission of
certain standard computer information for Internet-based services.
By using the software, you accept these terms. If you do not accept them, do not use or copy the
software. Instead, contact FAST Corporation to determine its return policy for a refund or credit.
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1.
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You may use the software on the device with which you acquired the software.
2.
Additional Licensing Requirements and/or Use Rights.
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Specific Use. FAST Corporation designed this device for a specific use.
the software for that use.
b.
Other Software.
programs
•
You may only use
You may use other programs with the software as long as the other
Directly support the manufacturer’s specific use for the device, or
• Provide system utilities, resource management, or anti-virus or similar
protection.
Software that provides consumer or business tasks or processes may not be run on the
device. This includes email, word processing, spreadsheet, database, scheduling and
personal finance software. The device may use terminal services protocols to access such
software running on a server.
c.
Device Connections.
•
•
You may use terminal services protocols to connect the device to another device
running business task or processes software such as email, word processing,
scheduling or spreadsheets.
You may allow up to ten other devices to access the software to use
•
File Services,
•
Print Services,
•
Internet Information Services, and
•
Internet Connection Sharing and Telephony Services.
The ten connection limit applies to devices that access the software indirectly through
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unlimited inbound connections at any time via TCP/IP.
3.
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rights to use the software. FAST Corporation and Microsoft reserve all other rights.
Unless applicable law gives you more rights despite this limitation, you may use the
software only as expressly permitted in this agreement. In doing so, you must comply
with any technical limitations in the software that allow you to use it only in certain ways.
For more information, see the software documentation or contact FAST Corporation.
Except and only to the extent permitted by applicable law despite these limitations, you
may not:
•
Work around any technical limitations in the software;
•
Reverse engineer, decompile or disassemble the software;
•
Make more copies of the software than specified in this agreement;
•
Publish the software for others to copy;
•
Rent, lease or lend the software; or
•
Use the software for commercial software hosting services.
Except as expressly provided in this agreement, rights to access the software on this device do
not give you any right to implement Microsoft patents or other Microsoft intellectual property
in software or devices that access this device.
You may use remote access technologies in the software such as Remote Desktop to access the
software remotely from another device. You are responsible for obtaining any licenses
required for use of these protocols to access other software.
•
Remote Boot Feature. If the FAST Corporation enabled the device Remote Boot feature of
the software, you may
(i) use the Remote Boot Installation Service (RBIS) tool only to install one copy of the
software on your server and to deploy the software on licensed devices as part of the
Remote Boot process; and
(ii) use the Remote Boot Installation Service only for deployment of the software to
devices as part of the Remote Boot process; and
(iii) download the software to licensed devices and use it on them.
For more information, please refer to the device documentation or contact FAST
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Microsoft may change or cancel them at any time.
a. Consent for Internet-Based Services. The software features described below connect to
Microsoft or service provider computer systems over the Internet. In some cases, you will
not receive a separate notice when they connect. You may switch off these features or not
use them. For more information about these features, visit
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/updates/sp2/docs/privacy.mspx.
By using these features, you consent to the transmission of this information.
does not use the information to identify or contact you.
Microsoft
b. Computer Information. The following features use Internet protocols, which send to
the appropriate systems computer information, such as your Internet protocol address,
the type of operating system, browser and name and version of the software you are using,
and the language code of the device where you installed the software. Microsoft uses this
information to make the Internet-based services available to you.
•
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from Microsoft and provide it to you. To provide the content, these features send
to Microsoft the type of operating system, name and version of the software you
are using, type of browser and language code of the device where the software was
installed. Examples of these features are clip art, templates, online training,
online assistance and Appshelp. These features only operate when you activate
them. You may choose to switch them off or not use them.
•
Digital Certificates. The software uses digital certificates. These digital
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encrypted information.
The software retrieves certificates and updates
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the Internet.
•
Auto Root Update. The Auto Root Update feature updates the list of trusted
certificate authorities. You can switch off the Auto Root Update feature.
•
Windows Media Player. When you use Windows Media Player, it checks with
•
Microsoft for
•
Compatible online music services in your region;
•
New versions of the player; and
•
Codecs if your device does not have the correct ones for playing content. You
can switch off this feature. For more information, go to:
http://microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/mp10/privacy.aspx.
Windows Media Digital Rights Management. Content owners use Windows
Media digital rights management technology (WMDRM) to protect their
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Revocation does not affect other content. When you download licenses for
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which you have a valid license.
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could harm them or impair anyone else’s use of them. You may not use the services to
try to gain unauthorized access to any service, data, account or network by any means.
4.
5.
Windows Update Agent (also known as Software Update Services). The software on the
device includes Windows Update Agent (“WUA”) functionality that may enable your device to
connect to and access updates (“Windows Updates”) from a server installed with the required
server component. Without limiting any other disclaimer in this Micrososoft Software
License Terms or any EULA accompanying a Windows Update, you acknowledge and agree
that no warranty is provided by MS, Microsoft Corporation or their affiliates with respect to
any Windows Update that you install or attempt to install on your device.
Product Support. Contact FAST Corporation for support options. Refer to the support
number provided with the device.
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Backup Copy.
You may make one backup copy of the software.
reinstall the software on the device.
You may use it only to
7.
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performance. You may not use the Microsoft software in any device or system in which a
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additional information, see www.microsoft.com/exporting.
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------FV2200-LNX・FV2300-LNX・FV1100-LNX
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