VCC-GM60FV11CL
VCC-GM60FV11CL
Rev. 900-713-32
English
125M Ultra High Resolution
B/W Camera Link
VCC-GM60FV11CL
Product Specification
& Operational Manual
CIS Corporation
©2012 CIS Corporation. All rights reserved.
VCC-GM60FV11CL
Rev. 900-713-32
Table of Contents
PAGE
1. Scope of Application ···································································································· 3
2.
Handling Precautions ··································································································· 3
3.
Product Outline ·········································································································· 5
4. Specification ··············································································································
4.1.
General Specification ··························································································
4.2.
Camera Output Signal Specification ········································································
4.3.
CCD Spectral Response (Representative Value) ··························································
4.4.
Video Output Format ··························································································
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5. Function Settings ······································································································· 10
6. External Connector Pin Assignment ················································································· 12
6.1. 12 pins Circular Connector HR10-10R-12PA (HIROSE) equivalent ····································· 12
6.2. 26 pins Camera Link Connector 12226-1100-00 PL (SUMITOMO 3M) ································ 12
7. Timing Chart ············································································································ 13
7.1.
Horizontal Synchronous Signals Timing ··································································· 13
7.2.
Full Frame Scan Mode ························································································ 13
7.3.
Fixed Trigger Shutter Mode ················································································· 14
7.4.
Pulse Width Trigger Shutter Mode ········································································· 15
8. Partial Scan Mode Details ····························································································· 16
9. Remote Communication Function ··················································································· 17
10. Initial Settings ··········································································································· 18
11. SOPT
11.1.
11.2.
11.3.
11.4.
Control ··········································································································· 19
Software Trigger Control Sequence ········································································ 19
External Trigger Control Sequence ········································································· 20
To operate SOPT with software trigger (45M Mode)···················································· 21
To opererate SPOT with external trigger signals (45M Mode) ········································ 21
12. Image Synthesis ········································································································ 22
13. CCD Optical Axis Accuracy ···························································································· 24
14. Dimensions ·············································································································· 25
15. Cases for Indemnity (Limited Warranty) ··········································································· 26
16. CCD Pixel Defect ········································································································ 26
17. Product Support ········································································································ 26
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1. Scope of Application
This is to describe VCC-GM60FV11CL, Ultra High Resolution Camera Link B/W CCD Camera.
All specifications contained herein are subject to change without prior notice. Reproduction in whole or in
part is prohibited.
2.
Handling Precautions
The camera must not be used for any nuclear equipments or aerospace equipments with which mechanical
failure or malfunction could result in serious bodily injury or loss of human life.
Our warranty does not
apply to damages or defects caused by irregular and/or abnormal use of the product.
Please observe all warnings and cautions stated below.
Our warranty does not apply to damages or malfunctions caused by neglecting these precautions.

No vibration shall be caused to the camera or the object to shoot while pixel shifting is in operation.
If images are captured under vibration, the PC synthesized image will be blurred.
We recommend
you to install our camera into your actual application systems to try and evaluate it.

Do not use or store the camera in the following extreme conditions:
 Extremely dusty or humid places.
 Extremely hot or cold places (operating temperature –5℃ to +40℃)
 Close to generators of powerful electromagnetic radiation such as radio or TV transmitters.
 Places subject to fluorescent light reflections.
 Places subject to unstable (flickering, etc.) lighting conditions.
 Places subject to strong vibration.

Remove dust or dirt on the surface of the lens with a blower.

Do not apply excessive force or static electricity that could damage the camera.

Do not shoot direct images that are extremely bright (e.g., light source, sun, etc.), and when camera
is not in use, put the lens cap on.

Follow the instructions in Chapter 6, “External connector pin assignment” for connecting the camera.
Improper connection may cause damages not only to the camera but also to the connected devices.

Confirm the mutual ground potential carefully and then connect the camera to monitors or
computers. AC leaks from the connected devices may cause damages or destroy the camera.

Do not apply excessive voltage. (Use only the specified voltage.)
supply voltage may cause damages or malfunction of the camera.
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Unstable or improper power
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The voltage ripple of camera power DC +12V±10% shall be within ±50mV.
Improper power
supply voltage may cause noises on the video signals.
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The rising time of camera power supply voltage shall be less than +10V, Max 60ms.
Please
avoide noises like chattering when rising.
2ch output CCD, separated into right and left, is utilized for VCC-G60FV11CL. Image signals for
right half screen and left half screen are output via each independent circuit.
Therefore, differences between right screen and left screen could be seen depending on the usage
conditions (shooting conditions /temeperature conditions and so on).
CIS trys its best to adjust this differences but please be noted it would not be perfect.
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11
10
Power Supply Voltage [V]
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9
8
7
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
Voltage Rising Time [ ms ]
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Product Outline
VCC-GM60FV11CL is a Camera Link interfaced, ultra high-resolution industrial black and white video
camera module.
Pixel shifting technology with piezo-actuator, 45M pixels and 125M pixels ultra high
resolutions are realized.
Image synthesis processing shall be done by PC software.
In this Specification, we describe pixel shifting technology as “SOPT: Spatial Offsetting Pickup
Technique”.
Features
□
Frame rates to read out entire pixels at full frame scan mode are as follows.

SOPT OFF (Basic Mode):
5M Pixels:
approx. 15fps (66.7ms)

SOPT ON (45M Mode):
45M Pixels: approx. 1.43fps (700ms)

SOPT ON (125M Mode):
125M Pixels: approx. 0.516fps (1.94s)
※ When SOPT is ON, partial scan mode and pulse width trigger mode can not be used.
□
CLK Sync, V-Sync reset Trigger
□
At SPOT OFF, triggers can be input even when outputting images.
□
8bit/10bit output are selectable.
□
Free Software

Sample software of image synthesis for DALSA Corporation SaperaLT.

Sample software of image synthesis for EURESYS Inc. Multicam Studio.

Sample software of image synthesis for Matrox Electronic Systems Ltd. MIL.

Sample software of image synthesis for AVAL DATA Corporation, Acap Lib2.

Sample software of image synthesis for Micro Technica Board Library/SDK.
※ Please ask us for the details on image synthesis software.
□

Verified Frame Grabber Board
TB-6S-LX150T-GB-R (Tokyo Electron Device LTD).
※ Please ask Tokyo Electron Device Ltd for the details on the frame grabber board.
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4. Specification
4.1.General Specification
Item
(1)
Pickup Device
Sync. System
Video Output
(4) SOPT Mode
(2)
(3)
SOPTOFF (5M Basic Mode)
SOPT (45M Mode)
Specification
Device type
2/3type interline transfer B/W
Effective pixel 2456(H) × 2058(V)
number
Unit cell size
3.45μm(H) × 3.45μm(V)
Chip size
9.93mm(H) × 8.70mm(V)
Internal Sync. System.
Camera Link (Base Configuration)
Pixel clock
Horizontal frequency
60 MHz
31.185 KHz
Pixel CLK
1924 CLK
Vertical frequency
at full frame sacn mode
Output pixels
15.000 Hz
Scanning Lines
2079 H
Horizontal
Vertical
2448 pixel
2058 pixel
TTL pixels
Approx.
5 Mega pixels
Approx.
1.43fps
Resolutions
2058TV lines
Frame rate of the synthetic image
(When long term exposure mode is OFF)
Pixel numbers of the Horizontal
synthetic image
Vertical
TTL pixels
SOPT (125M Mode)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Resolving power
Sensitivity
Minimum illumination
Dust or stains in
optical system
Power requirements
(10) Power consumption
(11) Dimensions
(12) Mass
(13) Lens mount
CCD SONY ICX625ALA
7344 pixel
6174 pixel
Approx. 45 Mega pixels
Frame rate of the synthetic image
Approx. 0.516fps
(When long term exposure mode is OFF)
Pixel numbers of the Horizontal
12240 pixel
synthetic image
Vertical
10290 pixel
TTL pixels
Approx. 125 Mega pixels
8bit / 10bit
F5.6 400lx (Shutter Speed 1/15s, Gain 0dB)
F1.4 1lx (Shutter Speed 1/15s, Gain Max(+12dB)
No dust or stain shall be detected on the testing screen with setting the camera
aperture at F16.
DC+12V±10%
4.8W (At DC +12V IN, normal mode, and full frame scan mode)
5.5W (At DC +12V IN, normal mode, and partial scan mode)
Refer to overall dimension drawing.
H:55mm W:55mm D:84.5mm (excluding projection.)
Approx. 510g
C Mount (Refer to overall dimension drawing)
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Item
(14) Optical axis accuracy
(15) Gain variable range
(16) Shutter speed variable
Specification
Refer to drawing for CCD Optical Axis Accuracy.
0~+12dB (Analog Gain over 0dB~+6dB, Digital Gain 0dB~+6dB)
1/15s (OFF) ~1/30000s
range
(17) Trigger shutter mode
・Fixed Trigger Shutter Mode
・Pulse Width Trigger Shutter Mode (Only when SOPT OFF)
・UL: Conform to UL Standard including materials and others.
・RoHS: Conform to RoHS
・CE: Conform to EN55022:2006 Class A for Emission
(18) Safety/Quality
standards
(19) Durability
Conform to EN61000-6-2:2005 for Immunity
・FCC: To be applied to FCC Class A digital Device
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 that may
cause undesired operation.
Acceleration : 19.61m/s2 (2.0G)
: 20~200 Hz (Frequency varies every 5 minutes.
Frequency
It shall be tested 120 minutes each for 3 directions.
Vibration
Direction
: X,Y,Z 3 directions
Testing time : 15 min for each direction
No malfunction shall be occurred with 490m/s2(50G) for ±X, ±
Shock
Y, and ±Z, 6 directions. (without package)
Performance guaranteed temperature: 0℃~+40℃
Camera operation guaranteed temeprature: -5℃~+45℃
(20) Operation
Temperature
※ All the specifications specified in this manual is guaranteed
Humidity
Temperature
Humidity
under performance guaranteed temperature.
※ All the camera functions operate normally under operation
guaranteed temperature
RH 20~80% with no condensation.
-25℃~+60℃
RH 20~80% with no condensation.
environment
(21) Storage Environment
※ In this Specification, we describe pixel shifting technology as “SOPT: Spatial Offsetting Pickup Technique”.
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4.2.Camera Output Signal Specification
Item
(1) Video output data
(2) Sync. Signal I/O
(3) Trigger Input
(4) Video Signals
Specification
Video Output
2456(H) × 2058(V)
At full frame scan mode
60MHz 2Tap output
LVTTL(3.3V)
12pins Circular Connector
LVTTL(3.3V)
LVTTL(3.3V)
LVTTL(3.3V)
Positive/Negative Selectable
Over 2H (min) ~ Under 4158H (max)
LVTTL(5.0V Tolerant) HR10-10R-12PA
LVAL output
FVAL output
DVAL output
Exposure
Polarity
Pulse Width
Hardware
Trigger Input
Software Trigger Serial Communications
Input
White Clip Level At Digital 8bit : FFh
Setup Level
At Digital 8bit : 08h±04h (Conditions: Gain 0dB)
Dark Shading
At Digital 8bit : Under 08h for both horizontal and vertical.
(Conditions: Gain 0dB)
Leval differences At Digital 8bit : Under 03h (Conditions: Gain 0dB)
between
right and left
※ 2 secounds shall be waited after turning on power to get proper camera operation.
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4.3. CCD Spectral Response (Representative Value)
※ Lens charcteristics and luminous source charcteristics are not considered.
4.4. Video Output Format
・ 2-Taps Output
・ Area of interest Width : 2448
Height : 2058 Offset X : 0 Offset Y : 12
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5. Function Settings
(Camera functions can be set with serial communications.)
Function
Address
Data
001
0:
0 dB : Analog Fixed Gain
1: + 3 dB : Analog Fixed Gain
2: + 6 dB : Analog Fixed Gain
3: + 12 dB : Analog Gain(+6dB) + Digital Gain(+6dB)
4: Manual Gain (Refer to Address 005&006, 007&008, 126&127,
and 128&129.)
0: 1/15s(OFF)
1: 1/30s
2: 1/60s
3: 1/90s
4: 1/120s
5: 1/150s
6: 1/200s
7: 1/250s
8: 1/500s
9: 1/750s
10: 1/1000s
11: 1/2000s
12: 1/5000s
13: 1/10000s
14: 1/15000s
Gain
002
Shutter
* At SOPT mode, long term
exposure mode settings are
given priority. (Refer to
address 098&099)
15: 1/30000s (1/15000s at SOPT mode.)
16: Manual Shutter
004
(Refer to Address 009 and 010)
0:
1:
Normal Shutter Mode (Trigger Mode Off)
Fixed Trigger Shutter Mode
Trigger Shutter Mode
(Shutter speed can be set with address 002.)
2: Pulse Width Trigger Shutter Mode
(Shutter speed can be set with trigger pulse width.)
Manual Analog Gain
005&006 0~512: 0:0dB~512:+12dB and over (Log Linear)
※Set the data of address 001 to 004.
(Right)
0~512:
0:0dB~512:+12dB and over (Log Linear)
007&008
Manual Analog Gain (Left)
※Set the data of address 001 to 004.
009&010 0~2078: 1/15s(OFF)~1/36058s
※Set the data of address 002 to 016.
Manual Shutter Control
Address 009 MSB and address 010 LSB makes total 16bit.
Shutter Speed = (2078 - (009&010))×32.07μs+27.73μs
Max Data = 2078
011
0: Positive Input
Trigger Polarity
1: Negative Input
012
0: Camera Link
Trigger Input
1: 12pins Circular Connector
013
0: 8bit Output Data
Output Data Select
1: 10bit Output Data
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Function
Address
Gamma Mode
Partial Scan Mode
Partial Scan Start Position
Partial Scan Effective Line
Partial Scan Total Line
Data
0: Gamma OFF(1.0)
014
1: Gamma On
(Option)
015
0: Full Frame Scan Mode
1: Partial Scan Mode
016&017 0~685:
※Set the data of address 015 to 001.
Address 016 MSB and address 017 LSB makes total 16bit.
Start Position:3 H/step Min Data:0(0 H) / Max Data:685(2055 H)
Start Position (016&017) + Effective Line (019&020) should be <= 685.
019&020 0~684:
※Set the data of address 015 to 001.
Address 019 MSB and address 020 LSB makes total 16bit.
Effective Line:3 H/step Min Data:0(3 H) / Max Data:685(2058 H)
Start Position (016&017) + Effective Line(019&020) should be <= 685.
021&022 0~2078: Read Only
Total line number at Partial Scan Mode or Full Frame Scan Mode minus 1
is to be set
030
0: 9600bps
1:
19200bps
2:
38400bps
3:
57600bps
4:
115200bps
0:
OFF
1:
ON
061
0:
Software Trigger On
062
Light access is recognized as a trigger.
pulse trigger with data values.
0: 45M Mode
Baud Rate
060
Frame ID ON/OFF
Software Trigger
SOPT Mode
063
SOPT Standby
1:
125M Mode
0:
Standby OFF
1:
External Trigger Standby
2:
Software Trigger Standby
098&099 2079:
There is no need to prepare a
OFF: Operates at fixed trigger shutter setting.
SOPT Long Term Exposure
Mode
Manual Digital Gain
(Right)
Manual Digital Gain
Data Save
2080 ~ ON:
64449: Exposure Time=(098&099) x 32.07μ s + 27.73μ s
Internal Trigger Cycle=((098&099) + 321) x 32.07μ s + 27.73μ s
126&127 256 ~ 256:×1(0dB)~512:×2(+6dB)
※Set the data of address 001 to 004.
512:
128&129 256 ~ 256:×1(0dB)~512:×2(+6dB)
(Left)
※Set the data of address 001 to 004.
512:
255
Input 083 or 053 to save the data in EEP-ROM.
※ In this Specification, we describe pixel shifting technology as “SOPT: Spatial Offsetting Pickup Technique”.
※ The data set with 2 Byte shall be set with High Byte first, then set with Low Byte.
the internal resister when receiving Low Byte.
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6. External Connector Pin Assignment
6.1.
12 pins Circular Connector HR10-10R-12PA (HIROSE) equivalent
Pin No.
1
GND
2
POWER IN DC +12V
3
GND
4
NA
5
GND
6
LVAL/OUT
7
FVAL/OUT
8
GND
9
Exposure Out
10
DVAL/OUT
11
Trigger IN
12
GND
6.2. 26 pins Camera Link Connector 12226-1100-00 PL (SUMITOMO 3M)
Pin No.
13
1
26
14
Pin No.
名 称
1
GND
14
GND
2
X0-
15
X0+
3
X1-
16
X1+
4
X2-
17
X2+
5
XCLK-
18
XCLK+
6
X3-
19
X3+
7
SerTC+
20
SerTC-
8
SerTFG-
21
SerTFG+
9
CC1- (Trigger IN -)
22
CC1+ (Trigger IN +)
10
NA (CC2+)
23
NA (CC2-)
11
NA (CC3-)
24
NA (CC3+)
12
NA (CC4+)
25
NA (CC4-)
13
GND
26
GND
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7. Timing Chart
7.1. Horizontal Synchronous Signals Timing
1924 CLK
Video Output
1224 CLK
LVAL Output
700 CLK
DVAL Output
700 CLK
FVAL Output
CLK = 60MHz
2Tap Output
7.2. Full Frame Scan Mode
Video Output
2058 H
21 H
2058 H
(CCD Read Out Signal)
2075 2076 2077 2078 2079
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
21
22
23
LVAL Output
DVAL Output
FVAL Output
9H
12 H
Total = 2079H
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7.3. Fixed Trigger Shutter Mode
□ Trigger operation is CLK Sync. V-Sync Reset.
The delay time from detecting trigger edge in the camera
to starting exposure is 21.40μs.
□ Triggers can be accepted even when outputting video signals.
However, shutter timing to start the next
video output prior to the completion of video transmission for the prior video output signals can not be
accepted.
Trigger input while outputting video signals should be synchronized with the down edge of
camera LVAL output.
□ Trigger input during exposure time should be ignored.
(Refer to the below G.).
TTL IN(a)
(Trigger Input)
2058H
12H
Video Output
1
9
LVAL Output
(CCD Read
Out Signal)
22
DVAL Output
2079
FVAL Output
2070H
CLK60MHz
Trigger IN
a
21.40μ s
b
nHD × 32.07μ s+27.73μ s
(Sub Pulse)
1203
(CCD Read Out Signal)
81
CLK CLK
a
Delay(Fixed)
Exposure Output
b
Exposure Time
Standard Trigger Mode
Trigger Invalid
X
Trigger IN
(E)
( F)
(G )
(Exposure Time)
X
Exposure Output
(F)
Exposure Time
Video Output
Exposure Time
( Register Set Value )
(E )
(Register Set Value )
(B)
DVAL Output
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7.4. Pulse Width Trigger Shutter Mode
□ Trigger operation is CLK Sync. V-Sync Reset.
The delay time from detecting trigger edge in the camera
to starting exposure is 21.40μs. The delay time from detecting trigger edge to complete exposure is
29.13μ s.
□ Triggers can be accepted even when outputting video signals.
However, shutter timing to start the next
video output prior to the completion of video transmission for the prior video output signals can not be
accepted.
(Refer to the below C).
Trigger input while outputting video signals should be
synchronized with the down edge of camera LVAL output.
Trigger IN
12H
2058H
Video Output
1
9
LVAL Output
(CCD Read
Out Signal)
22
DVAL Output
2079
FVAL Output
2070H
CLK60MHz
a 21.40μ s
b 29.13μ s
TTL IN(a)
(Trigger Input)
(Sub Pulse)
1203
81
CLK CLK
(CCD Read Out Signal)
a
Delay(Fixed)
1216 532
CLK CLK
b
Delay(Fixed)
Exposure Output
Exposure Time
Pulse Width Trigger Mode
Trigger Invalid
X
Trigger IN
( A)
(B)
(C )
Exposure Output
(D )
(Exposure Time
)
(B)
Exposure Time
Exposure Time
Exposure Time
( Pulse Width )
(Pulse Width )
(Pulse Width)
(B)
(Video Output(C))
X
Video Output
(A)
(B )
DVAL Output
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8. Partial Scan Mode Details
At Partial Scan Mode, both starting position and width of capturing can be set by 3H.
2079 H
2058 H
Video Output
(Normal Scan)
12 H
FVAL Output
(Normal Scan)
9H
VIDEO Output
(Partial Scan)
High Speed
Transmit Term
Y Offset
12H + Starting Position
(Address016&017)
FVAL Output
(Partial Scan)
High Speed
Transmit Term
Effective Line
(Address 019&020)×3+3H
9H
Total Line(Address 021&022) + 1H
Reading out position register (Address 016&017) : 0(0 H) ~ 685(2055 H)
3 H/step
Effective line register (Address 019&020) : 0(3 H) ~ 685(2058 H) 3 H/step
Total line resister (Address 021&022) : 706 H + (Effective line register × 2) + 2
(Read Only)
(Note) Reading out position and effective lines should meet the following conditions.
Reading out position register + Effective line register =< 685
If the above conditions are not met, the value, 685 – reading out position register
is to be set to the effective lines register.
<Setting Example 1> Condition: Reading out position register (Address 016&017) = 000
Effective Line Register
Effective Lines
(Address 019&020)
Total Line Register
Frame Rate
+ 1H
0
3H
709 H
44 fps
・
・
・
・
159
480 H
1027 H
30 fps
・
・
・
・
255
768 H
1219 H
26 fps
・
・
・
・
341
1026 H
1391 H
22 fps
・
・
・
・
399
1200 H
1507 H
21 fps
・
・
・
・
685
2058 H
2079 H
15 fps
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9. Remote Communication Function
Via camera link cable, the camera can be controlled.
(1)
The settings for RS232C
Baud rate
Data
Stop bit
Parity
XON/XOFF
(2)
:
:
:
:
:
9600bps
8bit
1bit
None
Not controlled
Control code
・ The total control code is 14 bytes, which conforms to ASCII code.
・ The control code consists of camera No. process code, remote controller address, remote
controller data, and CR. Execute Read/Write through PC, and the camera will reply the data.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7th Byte
Camera No.
Process code
8
9
10
Remote controller
11
12
13
Remote controller data
14
CR
address
000000: fixed
“R” Read mode
Please refer to the
“W” Write mode
address table of Section
“C” Camera mode
5. Function Settings.
000~255
0 Dh
Camera No. is fixed with 6 bytes numerical strings, “000000”.
Process code
Input any one of R, W, or C to the process code.
R (read mode) is to read the data of remote controller address.
Please be noted to set any dummy data (000~255) to 11th ~13th, since a command shall
consists of 14 bytes.
W (write mode) is to write the data to the remote controller address.
Please be noted that the data cannot be saved into EEPROM of the camera.
(Reboot the camera, and the data is reset to the initial setting.)
To save the data into EEPROM, please refer to Section 5. Function Settings.
C is the code to send the data back from the camera.
Note: Do not set code C when sending the data from PC side.
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Remote controller address
Note: Do not write the data into the address other than specified, since it may cause
the damages or malfunction of the camera.
Remote controller data
Set the decimal number (000~255) for the remote controller data.
Please be noted to set any
dummy data at read control mode.
CR
Be sure to input “CR” to confirm the end of the command.
※ Note: The data set with 2 Byte shall be set with High Byte first, then set with Low Byte.
The
camera rewrites the internal resister when receiving Low Byte.
10. Initial Settings
Function
Address
Gain
001
E-Shutter
002
Trigger Shutter Mode
004
Trigger Polarity
011
Trigger Input
012
Output Data Select
013
Partial Scan Mode
015
Partial Scan Total Line
021&022
Baud Rate
030
Frame ID ON/OFF
060
SOPT Mode
062
SOPT Standby
063
SOPT Long Term Exposure 098&099
Mode
Data
0:
0:
0:
0:
0:
0:
0:
2078:
0:
0:
0:
0:
2079:
0 dB
1/15s(OFF)
Normal Shutter Mode (Trigger Mode OFF)
Positive Input
Camera Link
8bit Output Data
Full Frame Scan Mode
Read Only
9600bps
OFF
45M Mode
Standby OFF
OFF
※ In this Specification, we describe pixel shifting technology as “SOPT: Spatial Offsetting Pickup Technique”.
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11. SOPT Control
11.1.
Software Trigger Control Sequence
Start
Without
Change
SOPT
Mode Setting
125M
45M
Change to 45M Mode
Send Control Command
000000W062000
Change to 125M Mode
Send Control Command
000000W062001
Software Trigger Mode
Standby
Send Control
Command
000000W063002
Software Trigger
Output
Camera output
Send Control
Command
000000W061000
45M Mode: 9pcs.
125M Mode: 25pcs.
Capturing Images
Image synthesis
Repeat ?
Yes
No
Cancel Standby
Send Control Command
000000W063000
Completion
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External Trigger Control Sequence
Start
Without
Change
SOPT
Mode Setting
125M
45M
Change to 45M Mode
Send Control
Command
000000W062000
Change to 125M Mode
Send Control
Command
000000W062001
External Trigger Mode
Standby
Send Control Command
000000W063001
Camera Output
External Trigger
Output
45M Mode: 9pcs
125M Mode:
25pcs
Capturing Images
Image Synthesis
Repeat ?
Yes
No
Cancel Standby
Send Control
Command
000000W063000
Completion
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To operate SOPT with software trigger (45M Mode)
SOPT Mode
Setting
Address: 062: Data: 000 : : : 45M mode
SOPT Standby Setting
Address: 063: Data: 002 : : : Software Trigger
SOPT Standby
Address : 063: Data: 000 : : : Standby off
Software Trigger
Address: 061: Data: 000
With receiving software trigger commands, trigger will be
generated automatically in the camera to output SOPT images.
2400H :
64770 HCycle
(77ms: 2077ms)
312H Fixed Delay
(10ms)
Exposure OUT
Camera
Video Out
1st image
2nd image
8th image
9th image
FVAL OUT
Normal
Mode
: (Example)
SOPT 45M Mode (shifting 9times)
Normal Mode
When a trigger is input during SOPT operation, the trigger shall be ignored.
(1) With 1 trigger input, 9 images can be output at 45M mode and 25 images can be output at 125M
mode.
(2) Partial scan mode can not be used at SOPT Mode.
(3) Pulse width trigger mode can not be used at SOPT Mode.
address 002.
Shutter values should be set at the
(4) Set the internal trigger cycle with address 098 & 099.
11.4.
To opererate SPOT with external trigger signals (45M Mode)
SOPT Mode Setting
Address:062 Data: 000 ・・・ 45M Mode
SOPT Standby Setting
Address:063 Data: 001 ・・・ External Trigger
SOPT Standby Setting
Address : 063 Data: 000 ・・・ Standby off
External Trigger IN
With receiving software trigger commands, trigger will be generated
automatically in the camera to output SOPT images.
2400H~64770H Cycle
77~2077ms)
312H Fixed Delay
(10ms)
Exposure OUT
Camera
Video Out
1st Image
2nd Image
8th Image
9th Image
FVAL OUT
Normal Mode
Normal Mode
-
SOPT 45M Mode (shifting 9 times) (Example)
When a trigger is input during SOPT operation, the trigger shall be ignored.
(1) With 1 trigger input, 9 images can be output at 45M mode and 25 images can be output at 125M
mode.
(2) Partial scan mode can not be used at SOPT Mode.
(3) Pulse width trigger mode can not be used at SOPT Mode.
address 002.
Shutter values should be set at the
(4) Set the internal trigger cycle with address 098 & 099.
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12. Image Synthesis
Alignment sequence of SPOT images should be changed as follows on the PC side with software
processing. Please contact us for the details on the image synthesizing sample softwares.
Image Synthesis on a PC
(Ex. 45M Mode)
2448pixel
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
1st Image
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
2nd Image
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
7344pixel
~
~
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
2058
pixel
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
3rd Image
1st
pixel
(0,0)
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
5th Image
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
7th Image
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
6th Image
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
8th Image
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
9th Image
(0,0)
3rd
pixel
(0,0)
1st
pixel
2nd
pixel
3rd
pixel
(1,0)
(1,0)
(1,0)
4th
pixel
5th
pixel
6th
pixel
4th
pixel
5th
pixel
6th
pixel
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
(1,0)
(1,0)
(1,0)
7th
pixel
8th
pixel
9th
pixel
7th
pixel
8th
pixel
9th
pixel
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
(1,0)
(1,0)
(1,0)
1st
pixel
2nd
pixel
3rd
pixel
(0,1)
(0,1)
(0,1)
4th
pixel
5th
pixel
6th
pixel
(0,1)
(0,1)
(0,1)
7th
pixel
8th
pixel
9th
pixel
(0,1)
(0,1)
(0,1)
6174 pixel
4th Image
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
2nd
pixel
~
~
~
~
~
~
Image Synthesis on a PC
(Ex. 125M Mode)
2448pixel
3,
0
3,
1
3,
2
3,
3
3,
4
4,
0
4,
1
4,
2
4,
3
4,
4
1st Image
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
0,
3
0,
4
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
1,
3
1,
4
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
2,
3
2,
4
3,
0
3,
1
3,
2
3,
3
3,
4
4,
0
4,
1
4,
2
4,
3
4,
4
2nd Image
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
0,
3
0,
4
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
1,
3
1,
4
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
2,
3
2,
4
3,
0
3,
1
3,
2
3,
3
3,
4
4,
0
4,
1
4,
2
4,
3
4,
4
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
0,
3
0,
4
3rd Image
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
1,
3
1,
4
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
2,
3
2,
4
3,
0
3,
1
3,
2
3,
3
3,
4
4,
0
4,
1
4,
2
4,
3
4,
4
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
0,
3
0,
4
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
1,
3
1,
4
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
2,
3
2,
4
3,
0
3,
1
3,
2
3,
3
3,
4
4,
0
4,
1
4,
2
4,
3
4,
4
12240pixel
5th Image
4th Image
1st
pixel
2nd
pixel
3rd
pixel
4th
pixel
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
7th
pixel
8th
pixel
9th
pixel
10th
pixel
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
0,
3
0,
4
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
1,
3
1,
4
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
2,
3
2,
4
3,
0
3,
1
3,
2
3,
3
3,
4
4,
0
4,
1
4,
2
4,
3
4,
4
21st Image
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
0,
3
0,
4
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
1,
3
1,
4
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
2,
3
2,
4
3,
0
3,
1
3,
2
3,
3
3,
4
4,
0
4,
1
4,
2
4,
3
4,
4
22nd Image
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
0,
3
0,
4
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
1,
3
1,
4
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
2,
3
2,
4
3,
0
3,
1
3,
2
3,
3
3,
4
4,
0
4,
1
4,
2
4,
3
4,
4
23rd Image
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
0,
3
0,
4
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
1,
3
1,
4
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
2,
3
2,
4
3,
0
3,
1
3,
2
3,
3
3,
4
4,
0
4,
1
4,
2
4,
3
4,
4
24th Image
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
0,
3
0,
4
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
1,
3
1,
4
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
2,
3
2,
4
3,
0
3,
1
3,
2
3,
3
3,
4
4,
0
4,
1
4,
2
4,
3
4,
4
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
11th
pixel
12th
pixel
13th
pixel
14th
pixel
(0,0)
(0,0)
15th
pixel
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
16th
pixel
17th
pixel
18th
pixel
19th
pixel
20th
pixel
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
21st
pixel
22nd
pixel
23rd
pixel
24th
pixel
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
(0,0)
10290 pixel
~
~
6th
pixel
5th
pixel
~
~
2,
0
2,
1
2,
2
2,
3
2,
4
(0,0)
25th
pixel
(0,0)
~
~
25th Image
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~
~
~
~
1,
0
1,
1
1,
2
1,
3
1,
4
2058
pixel
0,
0
0,
1
0,
2
0,
3
0,
4
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To simplify the processing for changing alignment sequence of SPOT images, Frame IDs can be added to
the output images.
However, when Frame ID is ON, (0,Y) and (2447, Y) data are used as Frame ID.
2448 pixels
1,0 2,0
2445,
0
2446,
0
1
1
1,1 2,1
2445,
1
2446,
1
1
1
1,2 2,2
2445,
2
2446,
2
1
2446,
2057
1
The first image
1,
2057
1
2445,
2057
2,
2057
2058 lines
1
Frame ID
Frame ID Data (8bit) : SOPT OFF Image ・・・ 00(Hex)
SOPT
ON Image ・・・ 01(Hex) ~ 19(Hex)
45M Mode
01(Hex) ~ 7D(Hex) 125M Mode
Address : 060
Data : 0 ・・・ Frame ID OFF
1 ・・・ Frame ID ON
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13. CCD Optical Axis Accuracy
55
11.1
84.5
6.3
27.5
±0.3
(*)
Under ±0.5°
55
90
°±
0.
2°
Inclination of optical axis
to datum plane B
Inclination of optical axis
to datum plane A
Datum Plane A
Datum Plane B
The center of the effective pixels
shall be within 0.6 phai to the
center of the lens mount.
?=±1.0°
Inclination of the effective pixels “Theta”
to the datum plane A is
?? ±1.0°
Datum Plane A
*)Dimensions from datum plane A to the center of the lens mount.
910-018-00-00
(Unit:mm)
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14. Dimensions
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15. Cases for Indemnity (Limited Warranty)
We shall be exempted from taking responsibility and held harmless for damage or losses incurred by
the user in the following cases.

In case damage or losses are caused by fire, earthquake, or other acts of God, acts by third party,
deliberate or accidental misuse by the user, or use under extreme operating conditions.

In case indirect, additional, consequential damages (loss of business interests, suspension of
business activities) are incurred as result of malfunction or non-function of the equipment, we
shall be exempted from responsibility for such damages.

In case damage or losses are caused by failure to observe the information contained in the
instructions in this product specification & operation manual.

In case damage or losses are caused by use contrary to the instructions in this product
specification & operation manual.

In case damage or losses are caused by malfunction or other problems resulting from use of
equipment or software that is not specified.

In case damage or losses are caused by repair or modification conducted by the customer or any
unauthorized third party (such as an unauthorized service representative).

Expenses we bear on this product shall be limited to the individual price of the product.
16. CCD Pixel Defect
CIS compensates the noticeable CCD pixel defects found at the shipping inspection prior to our
shipment. On very rare occasions, however, CCD pixel defects might be noted with time of usage of
the products.
Cause of the CCD pixel defects is the characteristic phenomenon of CCD itself and CIS is exempted
from taking any responsibilities for them.
Should you have any questions on CCD pixel defects
compensation, please contact us.
17. Product Support
When defects or malfunction of our products occur, and if you would like us to investigate on the
cause and repair, please contact your distributors you purchased from to consult and coordinate.
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