Compact Vision CV1 Safety and Installation

Compact Vision CV1 Safety and Installation
Compact Vision CV1
Safety and Installation
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Rev.2
EM135B2519F
Compact Vision Safety and Installation
Rev.2
Compact Vision
Safety and Installation
Rev.2
Copyright © 2011-2013 SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION. All rights reserved.
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FOREWORD
Thank you for purchasing the Compact Vision.
This manual contains the information necessary for the correct use of the Compact
Vision.
Please carefully read this manual before using the Compact Vision.
Keep this manual handy for easy access at all times.
WARRANTY
The product is shipped to our customers only after being subjected to the strictest
quality controls, tests, and inspections to certify its compliance with our high
performance standards.
Product malfunctions resulting from normal handling or operation will be repaired
free of charge during the normal warranty period. (Please ask your Regional Sales
Office for warranty period information.)
However, customers will be charged for repairs in the following cases (even if they
occur during the warranty period):
1. Damage or malfunction caused by improper use which is not described in
the manual, or careless use.
2. Malfunctions caused by customers’ unauthorized disassembly.
3. Damage due to improper adjustments or unauthorized repair attempts.
4. Damage caused by natural disasters such as earthquake, flood, etc.
Warnings, Cautions, Usage:
1. If the Compact Vision is used outside of the usage conditions and product
specifications described in the manuals, this warranty is void.
2. If you do not follow the WARNINGS and CAUTIONS in this manual, we
cannot be responsible for any malfunction or accident, even if the result is
injury or death.
3. We cannot foresee all possible dangers and consequences. Therefore, this
manual cannot warn the user of all possible hazards.
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NOTICE
No part of this manual may be copied or reproduced without authorization.
The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
Please notify us if you should find any errors in this manual or if you have any
comments regarding its contents.
INQUIRIES
Contact the following service center for repairs.
If service center information is not indicated below, please contact the supplier
office for your region.
Please prepare the following items before you contact us.
- Serial number
- A description of the problem
SERVICE CENTER
MANUFACTURER
Toyoshina Plant
Industrial Solutions Division
6925 Toyoshina Tazawa,
Azumino-shi, Nagano, 399-8285
JAPAN
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TEL
: +81-(0)263-72-1530
FAX
: +81-(0)263-72-1495
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SUPPLIERS
China
EPSON China Co., Ltd
Factory Automation Division
7F, Jinbao Building No. 89 Jinbao Street
Dongcheng District, Beijing
China, 100005
Taiwan
TEL
: +86-(0)-10-8522-1199
FAX
: +86-(0)-10-8522-1120
EPSON Taiwan Technology & Trading Ltd.
Factory Automation Division
14F, No.7, Song Ren Road, Taipei 110
Taiwan, ROC
North & South America
TEL
: +886-(0)-2-8786-6688
FAX
: +886-(0)-2-8786-6677
EPSON AMERICA, INC.
Factory Automation/Robotics
18300 Central Avenue
Carson, CA 90746 USA
TEL
: +1-562-290-5900
FAX
: +1-562-290-5999
E-MAIL : info@robots.epson.com
Europe
EPSON DEUTSCHLAND GmbH
Factory Automation Division
Otto-Hahn-Str.4
D-40670 Meerbusch
Germany
TEL
: +49-(0)-2159-538-1391
FAX
: +49-(0)-2159-538-3170
E-MAIL : robot.infos@epson.de
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Southeast Asia
Epson Singapore Pte Ltd.
India
Factory Automation System
1 HarbourFrontPlace, #03-02
HarbourFront Tower one, Singapore
098633
Korea
TEL
: +65-(0)-6586-5696
FAX
: +65-(0)-6271-3182
EPSON Korea Co, Ltd.
Marketing Team (Robot Business)
27F DaeSung D-Polis A, 606,
Seobusaet-gil, Geumcheon-gu, Seoul, 153-803
Korea
Japan
TEL
: +82-(0)-2-3420-6692
FAX
: +82-(0)-2-558-4271
EPSON SALES JAPAN CORPORATION
Factory Automation Systems Department
Nishi-Shinjuku Mitsui Bldg.6-24-1
Nishishinjuku.Shinjuku-ku.Tokyo.160-8324
JAPAN
TEL
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: +81-(0)3-5321-4161
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For Customers in the European Union
The crossed out wheeled bin label that can be found on your product indicates that this
product and incorporated batteries should not be disposed of via the normal household
waste stream. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health please
separate this product and its batteries from other waste streams to ensure that it can be
recycled in an environmentally sound manner. For more details on available collection
facilities please contact your local government office or the retailer where you purchased
this product. Use of the chemical symbols Pb, Cd or Hg indicates if these metals are
used in the battery.
This information only applies to customers in the European Union, according to
DIRECTIVE 2006/66/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL
OF 6 September 2006 on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and
accumulators and repealing Directive 91/157/EEC and legislation transposing and
implementing it into the various national legal systems.
For other countries, please contact your local government to investigate the possibility of
recycling your product.
The battery removal/replacement procedure is described in the following manuals:
Controller manual / Manipulator manual (Maintenance section)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
Safety
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1.1 Conventions································································ 1
1.2 Safety Precautions······················································ 2
2.
Part Names and Functions
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3.
Specifications
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3.1
CV1 Specifications······················································ 4
3.2 Camera Specifications ················································ 5
4.
Installation
4.1
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Environment (CV1/Camera)········································ 6
4.2 Mounting Direction (CV1)············································ 6
5.
System Configuration
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6.
Wiring
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6.1
Wiring for CV1 ···························································· 8
6.2
Wiring for Camera····················································· 10
7. Maintenance
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7.1 Fan Filter··································································· 12
8. Maintenance Parts List
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1. Safety
1. Safety
Please read this manual before using the Compact Vision.
Keep this manual handy for easy access at all times.
1.1
Conventions
Important safety considerations are indicated throughout the manual by the
following symbols. Be sure to read the descriptions shown with each symbol.
This symbol indicates that a danger of possible serious injury
or death exists if the associated instructions are not followed
properly.
WARNING
This symbol indicates that a danger of possible harm to
people caused by electric shock exists if the associated
instructions are not followed properly.
WARNING
This symbol indicates that a danger of possible harm to
people or physical damage to equipment and facilities exists
if the associated instructions are not followed properly.
CAUTION
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1. Safety
1.2
Safety Precautions
■ Do not use the Compact Vision for the purpose to ensure safety.
■ The product must be used within the conditions described in this manual.
Using the product in an environment that exceeds the specified
WARNING
environmental conditions may not only shorten the life cycle of the product
but may also cause serious safety problems.
■ Purchase camera(s) and camera cable(s) from our suppliers.
Note that camera(s) and camera cable(s) of other manufacturers are not
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included in the warranty.
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2. Part Names and Functions
2. Part Names and Functions
Front
Rear
(1) (2) (5) (3) (4) (6)
(10)
(9)
(9)
No
1
2
3
(8)
(7)
Name
24V Input
Connector
POWER LED
(Green)
ERROR LED
(Red)
4
STATUS LED
(Green)
5
6
RESET Switch
Ethernet Connector
7
USB Connector
(4 ports)
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9
VGA Connector
Parallel Connector
COM Connector
Audio Terminal
Fan Filter
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Functions
This connector is to supply 24V from 24V power
source.
This LED indicates the status of 5V generated
from 24V.
This LED indicates the following conditions:
From software is turned ON to boot: ON
Status is normal after boot: OFF
Status is abnormal: ON (OFF in some cases.)
This LED indicates the following conditions:
From software is turned ON to boot: ON
Status is normal after boot: Blink
(Blinking speed differs according to the CPU’s
processing state.)
Status is abnormal: Not blink (OFF)
Resets the CV1 to restart.
A connector for the network hub and the robot
controller.
A connector for the camera(s), the keyboard, and
the mouse. Remove the keyboard and the mouse
after installing as they may be influenced by the
surrounding noise.
A connector for the monitor.
These functions are not available.
Do not connect anything to these parts.
A filter for the intake air fan.
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3. Specifications
3. Specifications
3.1
CV1 Specifications
Item
Specification
Number of Cameras
Power Source Voltage
Rated Electric Current
Rated Ambient Temperature
Rated Relative Humidity
Size
Weight
a
a
a
b
b
4
2 cameras
(Only provided camera(s) and cable(s) can be
used.)
DC 24V±5%
2A or less
5 to 40 deg. C
20 to 80% (with no condensation)
Refer to the diagram
1.5 kg
b
b
a
a: Mounting Screw Hole
4-M3 (6mm or less)
b: Screw Hole for Rubber Foot
4-M3 (3mm or less)
* Remove the rubber foot to
use mounting screw holes.
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3. Specifications
3.2
Camera Specifications
Item
Specification
Model Name
Resolution
Rated Ambient Temperature
NS1044BU
NS4133BU
640 × 480
1280 × 1024
5 to 40 deg. C
Rated Relative Humidity
20 to 80% (with no condensation)
Size
Refer to the diagram
Weight
50 g (without lens)
NS1044BU / NS4133BU
Trigger Connector
USB Connector
Center of Lens
a
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a: Mounting Screw 2-M2
a
b: Mounting Screw 1/4´-20
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4. Installation
4. Installation
4.1
Environment (CV1/Camera)
In order to optimize the product’s performance for safety, CV1 and the camera(s)
must be placed in an environment that satisfies the following conditions.
•
Install indoors only.
•
Place in a well-ventilated area.
•
Keep away from direct sunlight and radiation heat.
•
Keep away from dust, oily mist, oil, salinity, metal powder or other
contaminants.
4.2
•
Keep away from water.
•
Keep away from shocks or vibrations.
•
Keep away from sources of electronic noise.
•
Prevent the occurrence of strong electric or magnetic field.
Mounting Direction (CV1)
CV1 can be installed both horizontally and vertically.
NOTE
)
•
Allow at least 50 mm from the wall to prevent blocking the fan filter and the
air holes.
•
Do not install the product near the equipments with huge heat value.
Horizontal Mounting
Vertical Mounting
- Replace the rubber foot to the
left side of CV1. Install CV1
left side down.
Air flow
Air flow
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- When CV1 is installed vertically,
intake air is exhausted from the
bottom. Install the product so
as not to block ventilation.
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5. System Configuration
5. System Configuration
The following are examples of system configurations to connect two cameras.
Disconnect the keyboard and mouse after the configurations are set.
With Ethernet Hub / Switch
Hub / Switch
Ethernet
PC
Ethernet
Ethernet
Robot
Controller
USB
CV1
Cameras
VGA
Monitor
USB
Keyboard
Mouse
Without Ethernet Hub / Switch
USB
PC
USB
Ethernet
Ethernet
Robot
Controller
USB
CV1
Cameras
VGA
Monitor
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USB
Keyboard
Mouse
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6. Wiring
6. Wiring
6.1
Wiring for CV1
DC 24V Wiring
Refer to the following and wire the DC 24V power source to the connector.
Connector Model No.
734-103/037-000 (WAGO)
Wiring Tool Model No.
734-230 (WAGO)
Appropriate Wire Diameter
0.25 mm2 to 1.5 mm2
Wiring Tool
GND
24V
FG
■ Be sure to turn OFF the product when wiring the power source.
Make sure that wiring and voltage are correct before turning ON the product.
■ Use as thick and short a wire as possible for wiring DC 24V power source.
■ Keep the DC 24V power source cable away from peripheral noise sources as
possible.
■ Do not insert and remove the connector while applying current to the DC
CAUTION
24V connector.
ON/OFF switch must be installed at AC side of the DC 24V power source.
Inserting and removing the connector while applying current to the 24V
connector or turning ON/OFF at DC 24V side may cause fusing inside CV1.
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6. Wiring
Specifications for 24V Power Supply
Ensure that the power source that supplies 24V to CV1 satisfies the following
specifications.
•
Voltage: DC 24V ± 5%
•
Current Consumption: able to supply 2A or more to CV1
•
Satisfies the EMC standards in an industrial setting.
•
Have a reinforced insulation against the AC power source
•
Have an overcurrent protection circuit build-in.
It is recommended to use the specialized power source for CV1. When power
source is shared with other equipment, ensure not to use the 24V power source
connected to the equipments generating electronic noise. Or take adequate
measures against electronic noise.
Grounding
For grounding CV1, wire to the FG terminal of the 24V input connector.
•
Use as thick and short a wire as possible.
•
Do not share the ground wire with other equipment.
•
If the camera is grounded, ground CV1 so as to be equipotential with the
camera.
USB Camera Cable
Connect the USB camera cable to any one of the connectors from USB1 to 4.
•
Do not use the USB hub and the USB repeater.
•
Install the cable so as not to apply load on the USB connector.
•
Put the USB camera cable as far from the surrounding noise as possible.
•
When installing the camera on mobile parts, use the designated flex resistance
cable.
Ethernet Cable
Connect the Ethernet cable for the Ethernet HUB or the robot controller to the
Ethernet connecter.
•
Use Category 5e (with a shield) for the Ethernet cable.
•
Install the cable so as not to apply load on the Ethernet connector.
•
Put the Ethernet cable as far from the surrounding noise as possible.
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6. Wiring
6.2
Wiring for Camera
USB Camera Cable / Trigger Cable
When wiring and installing the cable, be sure to satisfy the following:
•
Do not bend the cable within 100 mm from the camera connector.
•
Bend radius must be 60 mm or longer.
•
Install the cable so as not to apply load on the connector.
•
Put the USB camera cable as far from the surrounding noise as possible.
Bend radius:
60 mm or longer
100 mm
or longer
Camera cable
Camera
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6. Wiring
Pin Assignments of Trigger Cable
Pin #
Color
Name
Description
1
Purple
T+
Trigger signal input
2
Blue
T−
Trigger signal input
3
Green
S+
Strobe signal output
4
Yellow
S−
Strobe signal output
5
Orange
-
Not in use
6
Red
-
Not in use
7
Brown
-
Not in use
8
Black
GND
Trigger Connector
JST
BM08B-SRSS-TB (Compatible plug JST 08SR-3S)
Electrical Specifications
Power Consumption
2A @ 24 VDC or 48 W
Strobe Output
Output Voltage: 4V to 24V
Output Current: Max. 500 mA
Trigger Input
3-24 V
Internal Circuit Diagram
Trigger Input Circuit
Strobe Output Circuit
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7. Maintenance
7. Maintenance
7.1
Fan Filter
Inspect the fan filter periodically and clean it when needed. The temperature
inside the Compact Vision may get too high and it may not operate properly if the
filter is not kept clean.
(1) Turn OFF the power supply for CV1.
side of the DC 24V power source.)
(Be sure to turn OFF at the AC
(2) Remove two screws on the rear side filter cover.
(3) Remove the filter from the cover and clean it using a (vacuum) cleaner.
(4) Put the filter back on the filter cover and secure the cover to CV1 with
screws.
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8. Maintenance Parts List
8. Maintenance Parts List
Part Name
Compact Vision CV1
USB Camera
USB Camera Cable (5 m)
Trigger Cable (5 m)
Camera Lens
Megapixel Camera Lens
R12B120342
Standard
R12B120359
1.3 million pixels
R12B120360
Standard
R12B020226
High Flex
R12B020227
Standard
R12B020224
High Flex
R12B020225
8 mm
R12R500VIS018
12 mm
R12B120361
16 mm
R12R500VIS019
25 mm
R12R500VIS020
50 mm
R12R500VIS021
8 mm
R12N7C3091
12 mm
R12N7C3101
16 mm
R12N7C3111
25 mm
R12N7C3121
50 mm
R12N7C3131
Camera Extension Tube Kit
Camera Mounting Bracket
Part Number
R12R500VIS022
G3 / LS3 series
R12B031913
G6 / LS6 series
R12B031907
G10 / G20 series
R12B031908
C3 series
R12B031922
RS series
R12B021929
PS3 series
R12B031904
X4 series
R12B031905
Ethernet Switch
R12B120201
Ethernet Cable 5 m
R12B020210
Fan Filter
R13B060512
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