quick start guide

quick start guide
UNPACKING
The packaging material has to be collected together and deposited at
suitable collection point. Check the local ordinances and regulations
on recycling and waste management, by contacting the local authorities or the closest recycling station.
QUICK START GUIDE
FOTONIC P-SERIES CAMERA
COMPLIANCE WITH EU DIRECTIVES
Fotonic hereby confirms that this product complies with the require­
ments and terms of the EU directives 2002/95/EC, 2002/96/EC,
2004/108/EC and 2006/95/EC.
Required technical documents can be obtained from info@fotonic.com.
English
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING A FOTONIC PRODUCT!
The FOTONIC Camera is optimised to meet the high requirements
set by modern industry. The camera has inbuilt functions that assure compatibility with many applications.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
EXPLANATION OF THE WARNING LEVELS
Cautionary texts on personal safety are classed into two levels and
are depicted as shown below in the documentation.
BEFORE CONNECTING YOUR CAMERA
Please read the complete Quick Start Guide and observe any
notes and warnings prior to connecting Your camera. Please download the software from www.fotonic.com
INTRODUCTION
This Quick Start Guide, is a brief guide for the assembly, installation
and commissioning of the FOTONIC P-series Camera.
Carefully read through the documentation, as it is your
guide to quickly, easily and safely starting to use your
camera. The Quick Start Guide is intended for users and technicians
as well as others who come into contact with the product.
DISTRIBUTION AND STORAGE OF DOCUMENTATION
Cautionary texts on other safety issues are depicted as shown below in the documentation.
The documentation is to be distributed to individuals concerned
and kept for future use. If the documentation is lost, acquire a new
copy, see www.fotonic.com.
INTENDED USE
The FOTONIC P-series Camera is a 3D camera that measures distance, movement and form, by recording the distance to the motive
in every pixel. It can be used, for example, for surveillance, control
and metering in industry.
The FOTONIC P-series Camera has been developed for industrial
use.
GUARANTEE AND CLAIMS
Fotonic guarantees that the FOTONIC P-series Camera complies with
the specifications in the technical specifications and product documentation.
A guarantee is provided for the FOTONIC P-series Camera pursuant
to current EU norms, on the condition that:
•
the camera is used and maintained in accordance with the instructions in the product documentation
•
the camera is used and maintained by professional and trained
personnel
•
original parts are used during the guarantee period
Fotonic is not liable for problems after repairs or modifications carried out by the user. The manufacturer does not accept any form
of guarantee liability for damage that is caused by incorrect use.
For more information about the guarantee and claims, see www.
fotonic.com.
RISKS
The manufacturer is not liable for personal injury or damage to
property that may be caused by the user, or another person, not
complying with the recommendations, warnings and instructions to
be found in this or other product documentation. In the event of
any uncertainties about the product’s area of application, please
consult Fotonic or your dealer.
Eye safety
The camera’s illumination operates with light at wavelength that is
invisible, which can be perceived at a varying degree as heat both
in the eyes and on the skin.
The FOTONIC P-series cameras has been tested and they complies
with the standards EN 60825-1:2014 class 1. The laser beam is
safe for all use. As a precautionary method however, we recommend
never looking directly at the front of the camera at close distance.
Risk for damage to property
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
In the event that technical support is needed, see
www.fotonic.com.
ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS
Do not expose the camera to temperatures outside -10oC to 50oC.
Accessories and spare parts are ordered from Fotonic or the dealer,
see www.fotonic.com.
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Keep the sensor away from fire and strong
magnetic objects.
Risk for personal injury
FIRST STEPS
The Fotonic viewer is a good way to get started using your Fotonic
camera.
1. Point the camera at a measurement object at a suitable distance, see the product specification.
2. Start Fotonic Viewer and press ”scan” to scan for connected cameras.
3. Connect to the camera and the image from the camera will be
displayed in the viewport.
4. Alter the camera settings under the device tab and visualization
setting under the viewer tab
For more information about the product, see the documen­tation
that accompanies the software.
Allways connect the computer to an earthed
socket to assure good functioning and safety.
WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC
EQUIPMENT (WEEE)
In the European Union, waste from electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) is now subject to regulation designed to prevent the
disposal of such waste and to encourage prior treatment measures
to minimise the amount of waste ultimately disposed.
The objective of this regulation is to preserve, protect and improve
the quality of the environment, protect human health, and utilise
natural resources prudently.
INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY
DOWNLOADING SOFTWARE
Please download the necessary software from www.fotonic.com.
At the download area there are documentation, a driver for Windows, and SDK for supported operating systems. It is also recommended to download Fotonic viewer. This is a software for controlling the cameras, visualize, save and process the 3D point cloud
data streams.
INSTALLATION OF THE SOFTWARE
Install the windows driver on windows systems.
Install the SDK.
The FOTONIC P-series camera supports the operating systems Windows 7,8,10 (32/64 bit), OSX 10.8 or later and Ubuntu 14.4 or later
(32/64 bit).
Administrator rights are required for installation.
To help in the proper handling of electronic products at the end of
their useful life, Fotonic requests you return those products using
the instructions provided here, so that the products can be collected, dismantled for reuse and recycled, or properly treated.
Please send e-mail to support@fotonic.com whereas a ­Fotonic representative will provide you with information as to how to return
the product.
CONTACT INFO
Fotonic
Kungsbron 21
SE-111 22 Stockholm
Sweden
tel +46 522 142 60
info@fotonic.com
www.fotonic.com
ASSEMBLY AND CONNECTION
Please read the Safety Instructions carefully, before you start the
assembly and connection.
1. Connect the USB cable to the camera.
2. Connect the USB cable to a USB port on your computer.
3. After a few seconds the camera can be found by the computer.
Camera can be secured in four fastening points. See product datasheet for specifications and drawing.
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