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Spyder Cameras
SP-13-xxx40
SP-14-xxx40
DALSA’s new small-body camera sets new standards in
performance and value. Once more DALSA raises the bar by
bundling an unmatched feature set into a compact package.
Features
Table 1. Camera Configurations
Size
n Small form factor (50mm x 50mm x 88mm, <300g)
n 512, 1024, or 2048 x 1 resolution, 14µm square pixels
Performance
n 8-bit output from 10-bit digitizer
n 40MHz data rate, LVDS, CE-compliant
n Shock and vibration tested (MIL-STD-810E)
Advanced Functionality
n Exposure control and antiblooming
n Speed selection
n External clock detection powers down internal clock
source when external clock is detected
n Test pattern generation to aid in system debug
n Free run mode—camera will operate without any
external control signals
n User-selectable features:
n 1x2 horizontal binning
n four gain settings
n data rate (clock divide by 1 or 2)
n Single 12V input (SP-14 only)
Description
The Spyder cameras use DALSA’s newest compact modular
architecture. Within the Spyder camera, driver circuits provide bias voltages and clocks to the CCD image sensor, timing circuits generate internal timing, and A/D circuits
process the video and digitize it for output.
Sensor
The Spyder cameras use DALSA’s IL-P3 line scan sensors.
The sensors’ photoelements have a photosensitive area of
14µm x 14µm and a center to center spacing of 14µm. Figure 4 shows a block diagram of the IL-P3 sensor. See the
IL-P3 datasheet (document number 03-36-00166) for more
details.
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PRELIMINARY
Specification
Pixel Pitch
Aperture 14µm x
Lens Mount
Max. Line Rate:
Data Format
Data Rate
CE Compliance
Power Supplies: SP-13
SP-14
0512
1024
2048
[
14µm x 14µm
]
7.2mm
14.4mm 28.8mm
C-mount C-mount F-mount
67.1kHz 36.1kHz 18.7kHz
[ 1x8 bits, EIA-644 (LVDS) ]
[
40MHz
]
[
Yes
]
[
±5V, +15V
]
[
+12V
]
Example Configuration: SP-13-01K40
model
data rate
resolution
Operation
Power Supplies
Cameras meet all performance specifications using standard
switching supplies, although well-regulated linear supplies
provide optimum performance. The SP-13 requires three
input voltages (±5V, +15V), but the SP-14 requires only
+12V.
Optical Interface
The Spyder cameras provide an adapter for C-mount or Fmount (35mm Nikon-compatible) lenses, depending on
sensor resolution. The mount threads into an opening in the
camera’s front plate, and is optically aligned to provide the
proper distance between lens and sensor.
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Figure 1. Camera Interface
8 BIT DIGITAL OUTPUT
STROBE
LVAL
MCLK (optional)
EXSYNC (optional)
PRIN (optional)
BIN (optional)
SPEED (optional)
GAIN 0 (optional)
GAIN 1 (optional)
Electrical Interface
All connectors are on the camera rear plate. Spyder uses a
Hirose HR10A series 6-pin circular connector for power
and a MDR36 (mini D-shell) for data and control signals.
Data, clocking, and control signals use the EIA-644 (LVDS)
standard for data transmission.
Input Control Signals
Control signals are differential, requiring complements denoted with a “B” suffix (e.g. BIN, BINB). All inputs are optional
and default to logic high.
Most applications will use an EXSYNC input to control line
rate, but the Spyder can operate in “free-run mode” in
which it outputs data without requiring any inputs.
Table 2. EXSYNC and PRIN
EXSYNC and PRIN are used together, as outlined below.
EXSYNC
Supplied from
external source
(Min 300Hz)
PRIN
Disabled or
unconnected
(high)
Camera Operation
Edge Mode:
EXSYNC falling edge triggers line
readout. Camera integrates incident light
from the falling edge of EXSYNC to the
next falling edge of EXSYNC.
Level Mode:
Supplied from Enabled
external source (low)
EXSYNC falling edge triggers line
(Min 300Hz)
readout. Camera integrates incident light
while EXSYNC is high (from rising edge
of EXSYNC to falling edge of EXSYNC).
While EXSYNC is low, the camera does not
integrate incident light.
Unconnected* Disabled or Free Run Mode:
unconnected Camera operates at maximum line rate
(high)
until it receives an EXSYNC edge. No
exposure control.
Unconnected* Enabled
Free Run Mode:
(low)
Camera operates at maximum line rate
until it receives an EXSYNC edge. Each
line is only exposed for ~400ns.
* Free run is disabled when the camera receives an EXSYNC edge. The
camera will not free run again until it is powered off and on again.
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SP-13
+15V
+5V
-5V
SP-14
+12V
Table 3. Control Signals
These control inputs can be used independently of each other.
Internal MCLK controls pixel rate
Unconnected
MCLK
(40MHz)
Supplied
MCLK controls pixel rate (maximum
externally
40MHz)
Unconnected
Pixel rate = MCLK rate
SPEED
or High
Pixel rate = MCLK/2
Low
Unconnected
No binning
BIN
or High
Camera combines the charge
Low
collected by two horizontally
adjacent pixels.
GAIN
GAIN1 High or
GAIN1 Low
Unconnected
GAIN0 High or
1x
4x (default)
Unconnected
GAIN0 Low
2x
8x
Output Signals
These signals indicate when data is valid, allowing you to
clock the data from the camera to your acquisition system:
Clocking Signal
LVAL (high)
STROBE (rising edge)
Indicates
Outputting valid line
Valid data
Digital Data
Spyder digitizes to 10 bits and outputs the most significant 8
bits in LVDS format on a MDR36 connector.
After the end of each valid line, the camera outputs two isolation pixels and four test pattern pixels. These pixels alternate between 10101010 and 01010101 (eg. 170, 85, 170,
85).
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Spyder SP-13 and SP-14
Small Body Line Scan Cameras
Figure 2. Spyder Connector Pinouts
Power Connector
1
2
3
WARNING!
6
5
4
Control & Data Connector
18
1
36
19
Notes on Operation
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Figure 3. Mechanical Dimensions
Periscope Configuration
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Small Body Line Scan Cameras
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Table 4. Spyder Performance Specifications
Physical Characteristics
Size (excluding lens)
Mass (excluding lens) with C mount
with F mount
Shock Immunity
100G
Vibration Immunity 7G
Power Dissipation
SP-13-xxx40
SP-14-xxx40
Regulatory Compliance
Sensor Alignment
x,y
z
uz
Operating Ranges
Data Rate
Line Rate 2048 resolution
1024 resolution
0512 resolution
Temperature
+15 Input Voltage
+5 Input Voltage
(SP-13 only)
-5 Input Voltage
+12 Input Voltage
(SP-14 only)
Responsivity
Nominal Gain Range
Calibration Conditions
Data Rate
Line Rate
Video Output Level
Light Intensity
Responsivity
+15 Input Voltage
+5 Input Voltage
(SP-13 only)
-5 Input Voltage
+12 Input Voltage
(SP-14 only)
Ambient Temperature
Calibration Mode
Electro-Optical Specifications
50x50x88mm
<215g
<300g
MIL-STD-810E
MIL-STD-810E (10-2000Hz)
5W
6.5W
CE EN55022:1988 class A / CISPR-22
IEC 1000-4-2:1995, IEC 1000-4-3: 1995, IEC 1000-4-4: 1995
±0.005”
±0.01”
0.6°
Units
Min.
Max.
MHz
20
40
kHz
0.3
18.7
kHz
0.3
36.1
kHz
0.3
67.1
o
C
0
50
Volts
14.75
15.25
Volts
4.75
5.25
Volts
-5.25
-4.75
Volts
11.0
16.0
DN/(nJ/cm2)
12
96
1x
8x
Units
Setting
Range
Min.
Max.
MHz
40
40
40
kHz
3.5
3.5
3.5
DN
245
240
250
2
8.75
µW/cm
DN/(nJ/cm2)
96
91
101
Volts
15.0
14.9
15.1
Volts
5.0
4.9
5.1
Volts
-5.0
-5.1
-4.9
Volts
12.0
11.9
12.1
o
C
25
22
28
8x Gain
Units
Min Gain
Max Gain
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Min.
Typ.
Max.
DN
255
255
Video Output Level
Photoresponse Non Uniformity (PRNU)
PRNU, Exposure Control Disabled, Global
PRNU, Exposure Control Enabled, Global
PRNU, Exposure Control Disabled, Local
PRNU, Exposure Control Enabled, Local
Fixed Pattern Noise (FPN)
FPN, Exposure Control Disabled, Global
FPN, Exposure Control Enabled, Global
DC Offset Exposure Control Disabled
Exposure Control Enabled
Random Noise, pk-pk
rms
Dynamic Range
Noise Equivalent Exposure (NEE)
Sauturation Equivalent Exposure (SEE)
Supply current
+15V
+5V (SP-13 only)
–5V
+12V (SP-14 only)
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DN
DN
DN
DN
6
6
4
4
12
12
9
9
7
12
5
10
16
22
11
16
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
Ratio
pJ/cm2
nJ/cm2
mA
mA
mA
mA
0.2
0.2
5
5
1
0.3
830
25
20.75
55
550
55
400
1.5
1.5
7
7
3
0.6
1.6
1.6
9
9
8
1.5
160
15.63
2.56
55
550
55
400
7
7
14
14
14
2
2
2
410
5
5
120
80
680
80
550
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80
680
80
550
5
5
Notes
2
4
Notes
1
1
1
1
6
6
6
6
6
3
3
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Spyder SP-13 and SP-14
Small Body Line Scan Cameras
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Notes to Performance Specifications:
n Performance specification values achieved under cali-
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
160
SP-14 Responsivity (8x Gain)
140
2
Responsivity [DN/(nJ/cm )]
n
n
bration conditions. Performance values also achieved
over specified temperature range.
All measurements exclude first and last pixel.
No performance measurements performed for External Clock, Minimum speed with internal clock, or binning modes. Functional operation verified only.
Measured at 50% of Saturation Output Amplitude.
Tungsten halogen light source, black body color
temperature 3200K, with 750nm cutoff filter.
LVDS output signals terminated.
Default operating mode: Max. Speed (40MHz), High
gain (8x), Exposure Control Disabled, Binning Off,
Internal MCLK.
Intermediate Responsivity settings available of 24
2
2
DN/(nJ/cm ) at 2x gain and 48 DN/(nJ/cm ) at 4x
gain selectable through user control but not tested.
Exposure Control disabled (ECD).
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
400 500 600 700 800 900 1000
Wavelength (nm)
Figure 4. IL-P3 Sensor Block Diagram
1S
1I
5S
2I
N Pinned Photodiodes (14 µm x 14 µm)
2I
VSTOR
PR
VPR
Storage Well with Anti-blooming and Exposure Control
VDD
CCD Readout Shift Register
15 I
S
OS
I
VSS
11
VBB VOD
RST VSET CRLAST
Light-shielded pixels
Isolation pixels
N = 512,1024,or 2048
CR1 CR2
TCK
Relative position of package Pin 1
ISO 9001 DALSA maintains a registered quality system meeting the ISO 9001 standard.
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