P-Series Impact+OCR Camera

P-Series Impact+OCR Camera
LENS REPLACEMENT
POWER & I/O CONNECTION DIAGRAM
NOTE: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE REMOVING THE COVER.
Lens cover
screws (4)
P-Series Impact+OCR Camera
Lens
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SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
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Up to 1.3 Megapixel Resolution
Adjustable focus, fixed length, replaceable lens
Internal Lighting System
Up to 60 frames/sec
Rugged Metal Construction
Straight or 90º Orientation
Powerful, Flexible Vision Programming Software
Sealed Circular connectors
IP67 protection class
DESCRIPTION
The P-Series Impact+OCR (P19) camera is particularly suitable for industrial
environments where protection against harsh external conditions is required.
It is contained in an aluminum housing with an internal illuminator, lens, and
protective cover. The mechanical dimensions are 95 x 54 x 43 mm with a
weight of about 238 g.
To Remove the Camera Lens
1. Remove the four cover screws and carefully remove the cover.
2. Grasp the lens firmly, then press in until the lens stops moving.
3. Turn the lens 90º counter-clockwise.
4. Lift the lens straight up until it clears the lens housing.
To Replace the Camera Lens
1. Align the tabs on the lens with the notches in the lens housing.
2. Grasp the lens firmly, then press in until the lens stops moving.
3. Turn the lens 90º clockwise.
4. Release the lens.
5. When the lens is mounted correctly, it should not turn in the housing.
6. Replace the four cover screws. Overtightening can damage the cover.
The CAB-DSxx-S cable has an M12 17-pin connector on the camera end and
a 25-pin male D-sub connector on the other end. NOTE: Do not disconnect
the cable while power is on.
17-Pin M12
25-Pin D-sub Name: Function
1
Red
9 & 13
Vdc: Power Supply Input voltage +
2
Blk
7 & 25
GND: Power Supply Input voltage Connector Case
1 (Shield)
CHASSIS: Connector case electrical connection to chassis
6
Org
18
I1: External Trigger + or - (Note 1)
5
Grn-Blk
19
I1: External Trigger + or - (Note 1)
13 Gry
6
I2: Input 2 + or - (Note 1)
3
Grn-Red
10
I2: Input 2 + or - (Note 1)
9
Pur
8
O1: Output 1 (Notes 2, 3)
8
Wht-Red
11
O2: Output 2 (Notes 2, 3)
16 Blk-Wht
14-16
O3: Output 3 (Notes 2, 4)
14 Yel-Blu
20
RESERVED
4
Yel-Wht
21
RESERVED
17 Yel
2
TX: RS232 Transmit
11 Brn
3
RX: RS232 Receive
12 Pnk
4
RESERVED
10 Grn
5
RESERVED
NOTES :
1: Polarity Insensitive
2: Short-circuit protected; NPN or PNP
(configure in VPM-Camera Setup)
3. Opto-isolated only when connected to
CBX500 or CBX800 connection box
4. Opto-isolated only when connected to
CBX800 connection box
1
3
STATUS LEDS AND BUTTON
Power: Camera connected to power
Net:
On – Ethernet link is established.
Blinking – Data transmission
Busy: LED blinks during task execution and
flash memory access
Out1: On – Output 1 is on
Out2: On – Output 2 is on
Out3: On – Output 3 is on
Online: On – Loaded tasks will be executed
based on their trigger parameters
Button: Camera Reset (See Note Below)
M12 17-pin to D-sub 25-pin Power, COM, and I/O cable
GENERAL VIEW
2
TECHNICAL DATA
M12 17-pin male
(Pin Side)
Resolution (pixels)
Imager Type
Pixel Size
Imager Size
Frame Rate
Processor
Dedicated I/O
External Button
Ethernet
RS-232 Serial
RAM
Storage
Lens Options
Illuminator Options
Power Requirements
Protection Class
Dimensions Connector @ 0°
Connector @ 90°
Case Material
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
Certifications
1280 x 1024
CMOS global shutter
5.3 µm
1/1.8” CMOS
60 fps
660 MHz DSP
1 In / 3 Out
Reset
10/100 Mbit/s
Yes
256 MB
256 MB
6mm / 9mm / 12mm / 16mm / 25mm
Wide Angle LEDs: Red, White, IR, Blue
Multi chain 50 LEDs: Red, White, Blue
10 to 30 VDC
IP67
95 x 54 x 43 mm (3.7 x 2.1 x 1.7 in.)
75 x 54 x 62 mm (3.0 x 2.1 x 2.4 in.)
Aluminum, Plastic window cover
0 to 50ºC (32 to 122ºF
-20 to 70ºC (-4 to 158ºF)
90% non-condensing
CE, CSA
LENS FILTER REPLACEMENT
Filter Clips
D-sub 25-pin male
(Pin Side)
4
Eth
Power
8
7
MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS
NOTE: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE REMOVING THE ILLUMINATOR.
To remove the optional lens filter
1. Remove the four cover screws and carefully remove the illuminator and
cover. (See Lens Replacement) The illuminator is integrated with the cover.
2. Gently squeeze the clips on each side of the filter while you gently pull
straight up from the illuminator.
To replace the optional lens filter
1. Line up the clips on the filter with the notches in the illuminator.
2. Gently squeeze the clips on each side of the filter while you gently press
straight down on the filter.
Rear View
Status
LEDs
Connector block rotates
to 90º position
Button
Top View (90º)
To Reset the Camera
Camera reset deletes all camera user settings and resets the camera’s IP
Address and Mask to the factory default (192.168.0.128, 255.255.255.0)
1. Turn off camera power.
2. Press and hold the Camera Reset button continuously.
3. Turn on power. Continue pressing the Camera Reset button.
4. After about 30 seconds, all the LED indicators turn on for a few seconds.
Continue holding the Camera Reset button.
5. The LED indicators turn off for about five seconds, then turn on.
6. When all the LED indicators have turned on and remain lit, release the
Camera Reset button.
7. Wait approximately 30 seconds for the camera to restart.
SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
All necessary firmware is installed on the P-Series Impact+OCR camera at
the factory. Impact+OCR software must be installed on a host PC to create
recipes and configure the camera inputs, outputs, and internal illuminator.
Installation software can be downloaded from the Datalogic web site
(www.datalogic.com). Refer to the Impact+OCR Reference Guide for
programming details.
COMMUNICATIONS
Camera communication is provided through the Ethernet port. Maximum
cable length is 10 meters. Use Datalogic cable CAB-ETH-M0x.
ILLUMINATOR REPLACEMENT
NOTE: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE REMOVING THE ILLUMINATOR.
1. Remove the four cover screws and carefully remove the illuminator and
cover. (See Lens Replacement) The illuminator is integrated with the cover.
2. Be sure the sealing gasket remains with the cover.
3. Align the new illuminator with the camera case and gently press down until
the illuminator is tight to the case.
4. Replace the four cover screws. Overtightening can damage the cover.
NOTE: Configure the Internal Illuminator in ConfigurationUI.
1. Bracket Mounting Holes (4)
2. Lens Cover and Illuminator
3. Lens
4. Focus Adjustment Screw (on side)
5
Bottom
6
5. Power – I/O Connector
6. Ethernet Connector
7. Ethernet Connection LED
8. Power On LED
Front 90º
Rear
POWER & I/O CONNECTIONS
This table lists CBX 500 and 800 connection box power and I/O connections.
NOTE: Do not disconnect the cable while power is on.
CBX500/800 Terminal Block Connections
Input Power
Vdc
Power Supply Input voltage +
GND
Power Supply Input voltage Earth
Protection Earth Ground
Inputs
+V
Power Source – External Trigger
I1A
External Trigger A (Polarity Insensitive)
I1B
External Trigger B (Polarity Insensitive)
-V
Power Reference – External Trigger
+V
Power Source - Inputs
I2A
Input 2A (Polarity Insensitive)
I2B
Input 2B (Polarity Insensitive)
-V
Power Reference – Inputs
Outputs
+V
Power Source - Outputs
-V
Power Reference – Outputs
O1+
Output 1 + Opto-isolated, polarity sensitive
O1Output 1 - Opto-isolated, polarity sensitive
O2+
Output 2 + Opto-isolated, polarity sensitive
O2Output 2 - Opto-isolated, polarity sensitive
O3A
CBX500: Strobe / Output 3 (Single pin connection)
O3B
CBX500: Not Used
O3A
CBX800: Strobe + / Output 3 + (Opto-isolated)
O3B
CBX800: Strobe - / Output 3 RS232 Interface
RX
Receive
TX
Transmit
SGND
Signal Ground
Side 90º
All measurements in MM
Focus
Adjustment
Screw
Side
Patent. See www.patents.datalogic.com for patent list.
This product is covered by one or more of the following patents:
Utility patents: EP0996284B1, EP0999514B1, EP1014292B1, EP1128315B1, EP1396811B1,
EP1413971B1, JP4435343B2, JP4571258B2, US6512218, US6616039, US6808114, US6997385,
US7053954, US7387246, US8058600, US8368000
COMPLIANCE
Only connect Ethernet and dataport connections to a network which has routing only within the plant or
building and no routing outside the plant or building.
CE COMPLIANCE
Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
FCC COMPLIANCE
Modifications or changes to this equipment without the expressed written approval of Datalogic could
void the authority to use the equipment.
This device complies with PART 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference which may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We DATALOGIC AUTOMATION declare under our sole responsibility that these products are conform
to the 2004/108/CE and successive amendments.
WARRANTY
DATALOGIC AUTOMATION warrants its products to be free from defects.
DATALOGIC AUTOMATION will repair or replace, free of charge, any product found to be defective
during the warranty period of 24 months from the manufacturing date.
This warranty does not cover damage or liability deriving from the improper application of DATALOGIC
AUTOMATION products.
DATALOGIC AUTOMATION
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