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CCD B/W CAMERA MODULE
XC-ES50/50CE
XC-ES30/30CE
XC-EI50/50CE
XC-EI30/30CE
User’s
Guide
(Ver. 1.0) — English —
XC-E series
Table of Contents
OUTLINE ................................................................................................................. 1
MAIN FEATURES .................................................................................................... 1
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ................................................................................... 2
SPECIFICATIONS COMPARISON .......................................................................... 2
MAIN SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 3
CONNECTION DIAGRAM ....................................................................................... 4
LOCATION OF PARTS AND OPERATION ............................................................. 5
PHASE CONDITIONS OF EXTERNAL SYNCHRONIZATION ................................ 6
ELECTRONIC SHUTTER ........................................................................................ 7
RESTART RESET (R.R) ........................................................................................ 11
FRAME IMAGE OUTPUT WITH STROBE LIGHT ................................................ 13
OUTPUT WAVEFORM TIMING CHART (XC-ES50/EI50/ES30/EI30(EIA)) .......... 14
SENSOR READ CLOCK TIMING CHART ............................................................ 18
TIMING CHART OF EXTERNAL TRIGGER SHUTTER - MODE 1 ....................... 22
TIMING CHART OF EXTERNAL TRIGGER SHUTTER - MODE 2 ....................... 28
DIMENSIONS ........................................................................................................ 30
SPECTRAL RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS .................................................... 31
VARIOUS LENS SELECTION ............................................................................... 35
XC-E series
OUTLINE
The XC-ES30/30CE, XC-ES50/50CE, XC-EI30/30CE, and XC-EI50/50CE are industrial black-and-white video camera
modules, each using a 1/3- or 1/2-inch IT CCD. The 1/3- and 1/2-inch C mount commonly used in industrial applications
implements compact size and lightweight. Switching of each mode on the rear panel, which has been installed from
the XC-ST series, is followed to provide improved operability. The XC-EI series uses a CCD which is sensitive on a
near infrared area to capture a clear image even in low-intensity illumination. As with the existing devices, the XCES30/30CE, XC-ES50/50CE, XC-EI30/30CE, and XC-EI50/50CE incorporate significant shock and vibration resistance
to support installation on FA equipment.
MAIN FEATURES
1/3" and 1/2" IT CCD
A CCD sensitive on a near infrared area is used for the XC-EI series.
External trigger shutter function
(XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/EI30: 1/4 to 1/10,000 seconds,
XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/EI30CE: 1/4 to 1/8,000 seconds)
Restart Reset (R.R) function
Inputting HD and VD signals (2 VD or more) continuously from the outside can catch one image at arbitrary time
and control the stored CCD.
This function is used for long exposures and strobe with frame image output.
Synchronization system: Internal/external HD/VD
Inputting an HD/VD signal from the outside automatically establishes external synchronization.
This function is effective for controlling multiple cameras efficiently from the external system.
Setting each mode on rear panel
The setting of each mode can be changed by the DIP switch.
Almost all switches are located on the rear panel. This feature permits easy setting after equipment is installed.
Compact and lightweight
Compared to the existing devices, the size and weight are reduced widely.
Each of the XC-ES30/30CE, XC-ES50/50CE, XC-EI30/30CE, and XC-EI50/50CE can be used in applications
using two-piece cameras.
C-mount
Excellent shock and vibration resistance
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XC-E series
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
The components making up the system based on XC-E series video camera are as follows.
Video camera module
XC-ES50/50CE
XC-ES30/30CE
XC-EI50/50CE
XC-EI30/30CE
Camera cables
CCXC-12P02N (2 m)
CCXC-12P05N (5 m)
CCXC-12P10N (10 m)
CCXC-12P25N (25 m)
Junction box
JB-77
Tripod adaptor
VCT-333I (Isolated type)
Camera adaptor
DC-700/700CE
C-mount lenses
VCL-08YM
VCL-12YM
VCL-16Y-M
VCL-25Y-M
VCL-50Y-M
Close-up ring kit
LO-77ERK
SPECIFICATIONS COMPARISON
XC-ST50
XC-ES50
XC-EI50
XC-ST30
XC-ES30
Image pickup device
1/2"IT CCD
1/3"IT CCD
Number of effective pixels
768 (H) x494 (V)
768 (H) x494 (V)
C mount
C mount
Lens mount
Scanning system
Sensitivity
Minimum
Normal shutter
External trigger shutter
(γ =ON, Min Gain IR
without IR cut filter)
400 lx F11
(γ =ON, Min Gain IR
without IR cut filter)
0.3 lx
400 lx F8
(γ =ON, Min Gain IR
without IR cut filter)
0.3 lx
0.2 lx
1/100 to 1/10,000 seconds
1/4 to 1/10,000 seconds
1/4 to 1/10,000 seconds
105 g
50 g (approx.)
*F1.4, γ =ON, MAX GAIN
(γ =ON, Min Gain IR
without IR cut filter)
1/100 to 1/10,000 seconds
29 (W) x29 (H) x32 (D) mm
Shock resistance
400 lx F8
400 lx F8
(γ =ON, 0dB)
0.1 lx
44 (W) x29 (H) x57.5 (D) mm
Mass
2
400 lx F5, 6
0.3 lx
illuminance *
Dimensions
2:1 interlaced
2:1 interlaced
400 lx F8
(γ =ON, 0dB)
XC-EI30
10G (in the X, Y, and Z directions at 20 to 200 Hz)
44 (W) x29 (H) x57.5 (D) mm
29 (W) x29 (H) x32 (D) mm
105 g
50 g (approx.)
10G (in the X, Y, and Z directions at 20 to 200 Hz)
XC-E series
MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
Image pickup device
XC-ES50/50CE, XC-EI50/50CE:
1/2-inch interline transfer CCD
XC-ES30/30CE, XC-EI30/30CE:
1/3-inch interline transfer CCD
Number of effective pixels
XC-ES50/EI50, XC-ES30/EI30:
768 (H)x494 (V)
XC-ES50CE/EI50CE, XC-ES30CE/EI30CE:
752 (H)x582 (V)
CCD horizontal driving frequency
XC-ES50/EI50, XC-ES30/EI30:
14.318 MHz
XC-ES50CE/EI50CE, XC-ES30CE/EI30CE:
14.187 MHz
CCD vertical driving frequency
XC-ES50/EI50, XC-ES30/EI30:
15.734 kHz
XC-ES50CE/EI50CE, XC-ES30CE/EI30CE:
15.625 kHz
Signal system
EIA/CCIR
Cell size
XC-ES50/EI50:
8.4 (H)x9.8 (V) µ m
XC-ES50CE/EI50CE: 8.6 (H)x8.3 (V) µ m
XC-ES30/EI30:
6.35 (H)x7.4 (V) µ m
XC-ES30CE/EI30CE: 6.5 (H)x6.25 (V) µ m
Lens mount
C-mount
Flange back
17.526 mm
Synchronization system
Internal/external
(Selected automatically)
External sync input/output
HD/VD (2 to 5 Vp-p)
Automatically selected according
to the existence of an input signal
when the selection switch on the rear
panel is set to EXT.
Allowable frequency deviation of external synchronization
±1%
(in horizontal synchronous frequency)
Jitter
Within ± 50 nsec
Scanning system
2:1 interlacing
Non-interlacing
(during external sync input)
Horizontal resolution
XC-ES50/EI50, XC-ES30/EI30:
570 TV lines
XC-ES50CE/EI50CE, XC-ES30CE/EI30CE:
560 TV lines
*
Sensitivity
XC-ES50/50CE: 400 lx F5,6 (γ =ON, MIN Gain,
without IR cut filter)
XC-ES30/30CE: 400 lx F4 (γ =ON, MIN Gain,
without IR cut filter)
XC-EI50/50CE: 400 lx F11 (γ =OFF, MIN Gain,
without IR cut filter)
XC-EI30/30CE: 400 lx F8 (γ =ON, MIN Gain,
without IR cut filter)
S/N ratio
60dB
Minimum illuminance
XC-ES50/50CE, XC-ES30/30CE:
0.3 lx (F1.4 γ =ON, MAX Gain,
without IR cut filter)
XC-EI50/50CE: 0.1 lx (F1.4 γ =ON, MAX Gain,
without IR cut filter)
XC-EI30/30CE: 0.2 lx (F1.4 (γ =ON, MAX Gain,
without IR cut filter)
Gain
AGC/Manual (Can be selected using
the switch on the rear panel.)
Gamma correction
ON/OFF (Can be selected
using the switch on the rear
panel.)
Electronic shutter
XC-ES50/EI50, XC-ES30/EI30:
1/100 to 1/10,000 seconds
XC-ES50CE/EI50CE, XC-ES30CE/EI30CE:
1/120 to 1/10,000 seconds
External trigger shutter
XC-ES50/EI50, XC-ES30/EI30:
1/4 to 1/10,000 seconds
XC-ES50CE/EI50CE, XC-ES30CE/EI30CE:
1/4 to 1/8,000 seconds
Set using the DIP switch on the rear panel, or
variable with the trigger pulse width.
Supply voltage
+12 VDC (+9.0V to 16V)
Power consumption
XC-ES30/30CE, XC-EI30/30CE:
1.4W
XC-ES50/50CE, XC-EI50/50CE:
1.6W
Operating temperature
–5 ˚C to +45 ˚C
Storage temperature
–20 ˚C to +60 ˚C
Performance assurance temperature
0 ˚C to +30 ˚C
Operating humidity
20 to 80 % (Non-condensing)
Storage humidity
20 to 95 % (Non-condensing)
Vibration resistance
10G (For 20 minutes in the X, Y,
and Z directions at 20 to 200 Hz)
*
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XC-E series
MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
Other
Accessories
70G
29 (W) x 29 (H) x 32 (D) mm
50 g
UL1492, FCC Class A Digital
Device, and CE (EN50081-2 +
EN50082-2)
Restart Reset function
Frame or field integration can be
selected.
Conforms to new EIAJ and uses
12-pin assignment.
Lens mount cap (1)
Instruction Manual (1)
External synchronization for each mode
Mode
Internal sync
External sync
HD/VD
VS
Normal
Normal shutter
External trigger shutter
Shock resistance
Outside dimensions
Weight
Standards
×
Mode 1
Mode 2
Restart Reset
Trigger signal
generates an
internal VD
(single) signal.
×
×
×
×
: Can be used.
×: Cannot be used.
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
C-mount lens
AC
VIDEO OUT
HD/VD
WEN
TRIG
VCL-08Y-M
XC-ES50/50CE
XC-ES30/30CE
XC-EI50/50CE
XC-EI30/30CE
VCL-12Y-M
VCL-16Y-M
Tripod adaptor
VCT-333I
VCL-25Y-M
LO-77ERK
Camera adaptor
DC-700/CE
(Conforms to new EIAJ and uses 12-pin assignment.)
Camera cable
CCXC-12P02N
CCXC-12P05N
CCXC-12P10N
CCXC-12P25N
DC +12 V
VIDEO OUT
HD/VD
Junction box
JB-77
(No trigger input terminal is provided.)
VCL-50Y-M
Close-up ring kit
Note
: All functions of the XC-ES50/50CE, XC-ES30/30CE, XC-EI50/50CE, XC-EI30/30CE
cannot be used when using DC-777/CE, DC-77RR/CE, and JB-77 is used.
Refer to the table shown below.
XC-ES50/50CE
XC-ES30/30CE
XC-EI50/50CE
XC-EI30/30CE
Normal
Normal shutter
Restart Reset (R.R)
Restart Reset (R.R)
+
shutter
External trigger shutter
4
JB-77
×
: Can be used.
×: Cannot be used.
XC-E series
LOCATION OF PARTS AND OPERATION
XC-ES50/50CE . XC-ES30/30CE
XC-EI50/50CE . XC-EI30/30CE
1 Lens mount section (C mount)
A commercial C-mount lens as well as a
Sony standard lens can be used.
2
2 Camera mounting reference hole
(top)
These screw holes are positionned with
high precision related to CCD sensor.
4
3 Camera mounting reference
hole/Screw hole for tripod
adaptor mounting (bottom)
1
4 12-pin multi-connector
DC IN/HD/VD (DC power/sync signal
input) VIDEO OUT terminal
2 3
5 75 Ω termination selector switch
3
6 HD/VD input-output selector
switch
7
4
7 Shutter speed/mode setting DIP
switch
8
5
412-pin multi-connector
6
Pin No.
External HD/VD
synchronization
Internal HD/VD
synchronization
1
GND
GND
2
+12 V
+12 V
3
GND
GND
4
VIDEO output
VIDEO output
5
GND
GND
6
External HD input
Internal HD output
7
*1 External VD input
Internal VD output
8
GND
GND
9
–
2
8 Volume control switch
* WEN output
* WEN output
11
TRIG input
TRIG input
12
GND
GND
1: An input VD signal is required when the restart/reset mode is used.
2: A WEN output signal is valid only in the external trigger shutter mode.
*
*
• Factory-setting mode of rear panel
Switch
75 Ω termination selector switch
ON
6
HD/VD input-output selector switch
EXT
7
Shutter speed/mode setting DIP switch
Switches 1 to 4: Select the shutter speed.
Switch 5: Selects the frame or field integration.
FRAME
Switches 6 to 8: Select the trigger shutter mode.
Normal
Switch 9: Selects correction on/off.
Switch 0: Selects the gain.
Volume control switch
n
When setting DIP switch 5 to the frame
integration, set the volume control
switch 8 to the MAX side from the
mechanical center (because of CCD
characteristics).
Factory-setting
mode
5
8
This switch can be changed in the
range of Switch 0 to 18 dB when the
GAIN switch is set to “M”.
* During factory setting, this switch is
adjusted to the mechanical center.
–
2
10
Corresponding
No.
Switches 1 to 4:
Select the shutter speed.
Switch 5: Selects the frame or field
integration.
Switches 6 to 8:
Select the trigger shutter
mode.
Switch 9: Selects γ correction on/off.
Switch 0: Selects the gain.
OFF
OFF
Manual
Mechanical
center
5
XC-E series
PHASE CONDITIONS OF EXTERNAL
SYNCHRONIZATION
External synchronization for each mode
• For normal video/normal shutter
Continuous HD/VD signal (should conform to EIA and CCIR frequencies in the timing shown in the figure below.)
• For Restart Reset (RR)/external trigger shutter
Continuous HD signal. The phase between VD (reset) and HD signals is as specified in the figure below in any
timing.
Phase conditions
The phase relation between external input HD and VD signals should be set as shown below with respect to the
specified center phase.
5
EXT-VD
ODD
(EVEN)
100
200
200
EVEN
(ODD)
EXT-HD
455 (454)
455 (454)
Unit: Clock
1 CLK = 69.84 n sec
(XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/EI30)
70.48 n sec
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
The operation in parentheses refers to XC-ES50CE/ES30CE and XC-EI50CE/EI30CE.
Note : The synchronized VD signals are delayed for 1H at HD/VD external synchronization mode, while
there is no VD signal delay at VS external synchronization mode.
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XC-E series
ELECTRONIC SHUTTER
Two types of electronic shutter are provided “normal shutter and external trigger shutter”.
The electronic shutter speed and type can be set using the DIP switch on the rear panel.
DIP switch on the rear panel
Rear panel
DIP switch
Switches 1 to 4:
Selects the shutter speed.
Switch 5:
Selects the frame (0) or (1) field integration.
Switches 6 to 8:
Select the trigger shutter mode.
Switch:
Selects γ correction ON/OFF
Switches 0:
Selects the Gain (Manual/AGC)
Normal shutter
This mode provides continuous video output with the electronic shutter selected by switches to clearly capture a
high-speed moving object.
Setting of normal shutter speed
Switch
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Note
Shutter
Off
1/125
1/250
1/500
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
–
–
0
–
–
0
–
–
0
1/1000
1/2000
1/4000
1/8000(CCIR)
1/10000(EIA)
*Flickerless
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
–
–
–
1
–
–
0
–
–
0
–
–
0
–
–
0
0
0
1
0
Frame: 0 / Field: 1
–
–
–
–
0
0
In the flickerless mode, the
* normal
shutter speed is
1/100 sec for
XC-ES50/ES30 and
XC-EI50/EI30 (EIA) and
1/120 sec for
XC-ES50CE/ES30 CE and
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE (CCIR).
1: ON
0: OFF
–: Any
: It is recommended to set DIP switch 5 for field selection. (The field selection is about two times in sensitivity as high as the frame selection.)
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XC-E series
ELECTRONIC SHUTTER
External trigger shutter
These modes are used to capture one image (one field) per trigger pulse.
Set DIP switches 6, 7, and 8 on the rear panel to mode 1 or 2. (Refer to the table below.)
When the trigger pulse width is 1/3 sec or more, the output signal is switched to a normal video signal.
There are two modes for timing in which a video signal is obtained.
• Mode 1 (Non-reset mode)
In this mode, a video signal synchronized with a VD signal is output after a trigger pulse is input.
• A video signal is synchronized with the external VD signal when an external HD/VD signal is input.
• A video signal is synchronized with an internal VD signal when no external HD/VD signal is input.
• Mode 2 (Reset mode)
*
In this mode, an internal video signal is output from a trigger pulse after a certain period of time.
Video sync is always fixed with odd field for XC-ST70 and even field for XC-ST70CE.
For more details of each timing chart, refer to pages 16 to 23.
Setting of external trigger shutter speed
There are two ways to set the shutter speed.
Mode 1 (Non-reset mode)
Switch
*1/100
1/125
1/250
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
–
–
–
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
–
–
0
1
1
–
–
0
1
1
–
–
1/500
1/1000
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
Frame: 0 / Field: 1
0
0
1
1
1
1
–
–
–
–
1/2000
1/4000
**1/10000
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
–
–
0
1
1
–
–
0
1
1
–
–
1/2000
1/4000
**1/10000
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
–
–
0
0
1
–
–
1
1
1
0
6
0
0
1
–
–
Mode 2 (Reset mode)
Switch
*1/100
1/125
1/250
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
–
–
–
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
–
–
0
0
1
–
–
0
0
1
–
–
1/500
1/1000
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
Frame: 0 / Field: 1
0
0
0
0
1
1
–
–
–
–
• Using DIP switch on the rear panel
8
*
The external trigger shutter speed is set to
1/100 sec for XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30 (EIA) and 1/120 sec for
XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE (CCIR).
external trigger shutter speed is
** The
set to 1/10000 sec for XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30 (EIA) and 1/8000 sec for
XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE (CCIR).
1: ON
0: OFF
–: Any
XC-E series
ELECTRONIC SHUTTER
• Using trigger pulse width
•
•
Set DIP switches 1 to 4 on the rear panel to 0.
An arbitrary shutter speed can be obtained by setting the trigger pulse width to the range of 2 µsec to 250
msec.
Switch
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Mode 1
(Non-reset mode)
Mode 2
(Reset mode)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Frame: 0 / Field: 1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
Exposure time = Trigger pulse width + 97 µsec (EIA)
120 µsec (CCIR)
Note
: 1. lt is recommended to set DIP switch 5 for field selection.
(The field selection is about two times in sensitivity as high as the frame selection.)
2. After a trigger pulse is input, a new trigger pulse must not be input before the video
signal obtained by the trigger pulse has been output.
1: ON
0: OFF
Specifications of trigger pulse
A
B
T
A: 4 to 5.0 V
B: 0 to 1.0 V
T: 2 µs to 1/4 s
T: 2 µs to 1/4 s, 100 µs to 1/4 s when setting the shutter speed using DIP switch
*
*
Input impedance: 10 kW or more
The voltage and pulse width used are measured at pin 11 of a 12-pin multi-connector on the rear panel.
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XC-E series
ELECTRONIC SHUTTER
When using a trigger pulse like shown below, set the TRIG polarity selector switch on the rear panel to – :
A
B
T
A: 4.0 to 5.0 V
B:
0 to 2.0 V
T: 2 µs to 1/4 s, 100 µs to 1/4 s when setting the shutter speed using DIP switch
*
*
Input impedance: 10 kΩ or more
The voltage and pulse width used are measured at pin 11 of a 12-pin multi-connector on the rear panel.
Specifications of WEN (Write ENable Pulse)
A
B
T
A: 5.0 V
B: 0 V
T: 15.875 ms (XC-ST70), 18.752 ms (XC-ST70CE)
*
10
Output impedance: 10 kΩ or more
XC-E series
RESTART RESET (R.R)
The information on one screen can be extracted at any time by inputting a restart/reset signal (HD/VD) from the
outside. To enter this mode, set DIP switches 6, 7, and 8 on the rear panel of a camera as shown in the table below.
The setting is especially effective for the following operation.
Switch
Restart Reset (R.R)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
1: ON
0: OFF
Long exposure
A high-sensitivity image is obtained by extending the exposure time of the CCD when satisfactory sensitivity
cannot be obtained under other operating conditions or when observing the trail of a moving object.
The exposure time is determined by the VD interval (T) period between external VD pulses as follows.
• Timing and conditions
Example 1 of Long exposure
EXT HD
EXT VD
Continuous signal: 15.734 kHz (XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/XC-EI30)Allowable frequency value ±1%,
15.625 kHz (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/XC-EI30CE) Allowable frequency value ±1%
VD interval(T): 262.5H or more (XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/XC-EI30) and less than 1 second (Recommended),
312.5H or more (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/XC-EI30CE) and less than 1 second (Recommended)
Four or more VD pulses are required.
T
T
T
Exposure time for Odd field
Exposure time for Even field
Video output
Odd image
Invalid image
Even image
Valid frame image
Odd and even fields are determined by the phase of the EXT HD/VD signal input from the outside.
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XC-E series
RESTART RESET (R.R)
Example 2 of long exposure
EXT HD
Continuous signal: 15.734 kHz (XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/XC-EI30) Allowable frequency value ±1%,
15.625 kHz (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/XC-EI30CE) Allowable frequency value ±1%
EXT VD
VD interval(T): 262.5H or more (XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/XC-EI30) and less than 1 second (Recommended),
312.5H or more (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/XC-EI30CE) and less than 1 second (Recommended)
Four or more VD pulses are required.
T
1/60 second
1/60 second
Odd image
Even image
Exposure time for Odd field
Exposure time for Even field
Video output
Invalid image
Valid frame image
Odd and even fields are determined by the phase of the EXT HD/VD signal input from the outside.
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XC-E series
FRAME IMAGE OUTPUT WITH STROBE LIGHT
A full frame image with vertical resolution of 485 lines (XC-ST70) or 575 lines (XC-ST70CE) can be obtained with
a strobe light by firing the strobe when the exposure time of the two fields overlap.
• Timing and conditions
<Timing chart by restart/reset>
EXT HD
Continuous signal: 15.734 kHz (XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/XC-EI30)Allowable frequency value ±1%,
15.625 kHz (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/XC-EI30CE) Allowable frequency value ±1%
EXT VD
VD : XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/XC-EI30 (1/60sec), XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/XC-EI30CE (1/50sec)
Four or more VD pulses are required.
Strobe light
Exposure time for Odd field
Exposure time for Even field
Video output
Odd image
Invalid image
Even image
Valid frame image
Odd and even fields are determined by the phase of the EXT HD/VD signal input from the outside.
Avoid lighting the scene during the light-emitting inhibit zone defined below. (The field is transfered to the
storage area of the CCD, so it can be read out.)
Note
: For best performance, it is recommended not to flash between VD and VD + 10H (XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/EI30)/
16H (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/EI30CE).
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XC-E series
OUTPUT WAVEFORM TIMING CHART (XC-ES50/EI50/ES30/EI30(EIA))
Timing chart of horizontal output waveform
HD
91 (6.36 µs)
40
77
22
3
15
752
CCD
output
signal
Effective total pixel
768
Dummy
pixel
69.8 ns
Optical black
portion
Horizontal transfer stop period
Optical black portion
Horizontal blanking period (11.0 µs)
Camera video
output signal
(Typical value)
Output video period
67 (4.68 µs)
21 HSYNC
(1.47 µs) 70
(4.89 µs)
752 (52.5 µs)
One horizontal scanning period (1 H)
910 (63.56 µs)
Timing chart of vertical output waveform (2:1 interlaced frame integration)
Even field (262.5 H)
Odd field (262.5 H)
VD
9H
9H
253.5 H
253.5 H
494
492
490
493
491
489
494
1 3 5 7 9
2 4 6 8
CCD
output
signal
1
Camera
video
output
signal
8
6
Empty
transfer
Optical black portion
Vertical blanking
period (20 H)
14
4
242.5
2
8
6
3.5
Empty
transfer
Optical black portion
Vertical blanking
period (20 H)
242.5
XC-E series
ELECTRONIC
OUTPUT
WAVEFORM
SHUTTER
TIMING CHART (XC-ES50/EI50/ES30/EI30(EIA))
Timing chart of vertical output waveform (2:1 interlaced field integration)
Even field (262.5 H)
Odd field (262.5 H)
VD
8
6
4
242.5
7+8
5+6
3+4
1+2
1
253.5 H
494
492+493
490+491
488+489
8+9
6+7
4+5
2+3
1
CCD
output
signal
Camera
video
output
signal
9H
253.5 H
493+494
491+492
489+490
9H
1
8
6
3.5
Empty
transfer
Optical black portion
Empty
transfer
Optical black portion
Vertical blanking
period (20 H)
Vertical blanking
period (20 H)
242.5
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XC-E series
OUTPUT WAVEFORM TIMING CHART (XC-ES50CE/EI50CE/ES30CE/EI30CE (CCIR))
Timing chart of horizontal output waveform
HD
98
(6.91 µs)
40
91
22
3
15
736
CCD
output
signal
Effective total pixel 752
Dummy
pixel
70.5 ns
Optical black
portion
Horizontal transfer stop period
Optical black portion
Horizontal blanking period (12.1 µs)
Output video period
Camera video
output signal
(Typical value)
81 (5.71 µs)
21 HSYNC
(1.48 µs) 70
(4.93 µs)
736 (51.9 µs)
One horizontal scanning period (1 H)
908 (64.0 µs)
Timing chart of vertical output waveform (2:1 interlaced frame integration)
Odd field (312.5 H)
Even field (312.5 H)
VD
305 H
7.5 H
14
6
Empty
transfer
Optical black portion
Vertical blanking
period (25 H)
16
3.5
287.5
582
580
1
Camera
video
output
signal
581
579
1 3 5 7 9
CCD
output
signal
305 H
7.5 H
2 4 6 8
2
14
6
3
Empty
transfer
Optical black portion
Vertical blanking
period (25 H)
287.5
XC-E series
ELECTRONIC
OUTPUT
WAVEFORM
SHUTTER
TIMING CHART (XC-ES50CE/EI50CE/ES30CE/EI30CE (CCIR))
Timing chart of vertical output waveform (2:1 interlaced field integration)
Odd field (312.5 H)
Even field (312.5 H)
VD
305 H
14
6
3.5
287.5
7+8
5+6
3+4
1+2
1
Camera
video
output
signal
582
580+581
578+579
8+9
6+7
4+5
2+3
1
CCD
output
signal
305 H
7.5 H
581+582
579+580
7.5 H
1
14
6
3
Empty
transfer
Optical black portion
Empty
transfer
Optical black portion
Vertical blanking
period (25 H)
Vertical blanking
period (25 H)
287.5
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XC-E series
SENSOR READ CLOCK TIMING CHART
XC-ES30
HD
V1
2.5
V2
Odd Field
V3
V4
1.6
40.4
2.5 2.5 2.5
0.2
V1
V2
Even Field
V3
V4
Unit : µs
XC-ES30CE
HD
V1
2.5
V2
Odd Field
V3
V4
1.6
41.6
2.5 2.5 2.5
0.2
V1
V2
Even Field
V3
V4
Unit : µs
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XC-E series
SENSOR READ CLOCK TIMING CHART
XC-ES50
V1
2.5
V2
Odd Field
V3
V4
1.6
33.5
2.5 2.5 2.5
0.2
V1
V2
Even Field
V3
V4
Unit : µs
XC-ES50CE
V1
2.5
V2
Odd Field
V3
V4
1.5
33.6
2.6 2.5 2.5
0.2
V1
V2
Even Field
V3
V4
Unit : µs
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XC-E series
SENSOR READ CLOCK TIMING CHART
XC-EI30
V1
2.5
V2
Odd Field
V3
V4
1.6
33.5
2.5 2.5 2.5
0.2
V1
V2
Even Field
V3
V4
Unit : µs
XC-EI30CE
V1
2.6
V2
Odd Field
V3
V4
1.5
33.6
2.6 2.6 2.6
0.2
V1
V2
Even Field
V3
V4
Unit : µs
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XC-E series
SENSOR READ CLOCK TIMING CHART
XC-EI50
V1
2.5
V2
Odd Field
V3
V4
1.6
33.5
2.5 2.5 2.5
0.2
V1
V2
Even Field
V3
V4
Unit : µs
XC-EI50CE
V1
2.5
V2
Odd Field
V3
V4
1.5
33.6
2.6 2.5 2.5
0.2
V1
V2
Even Field
V3
V4
Unit : µs
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XC-E series
TIMING CHART OF EXTERNAL TRIGGER SHUTTER - MODE 1
(NON-RESET MODE)
For setting the shutter speed using TRG width
HD/VD input
*3
External trigger shutter operation
1
Normal operation
2
3
*1 Trigger
*3
*2 Exposure time Te
Mode transition state
External input
External trigger
inhibition area
shutter operation
(50 ms)
*2 Exposure time Te
Trigger
*2
*1 External HD
Exposure
time Te
*1 External VD
(Continuous
VD)
EXT-VD
*4
*4
T : T = Under –65 µs to +10 µs
T : T = Under –65 us to +10 µs
10 µs or more
+10 µs
–65 µs
Video out
1
2
3
*5
WEN
250H (XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/EI30)
293H (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
TRG
EXT-VD
EXT-VD
65 µs
10 µs
• Continuous HD/VD input
*1:
*2:
This is a signal input from the outside. Be sure to input both HD and VD signals in this case.
*3:
The normal operation state is engaged when the trigger high period exceeds 1/3sec. The external trigger
shutter operation is engaged when the trigger pulse goes “low”. In this case, the area between the falling
edge of a trigger pulse and the subsequent 50 ms period is an external trigger input inhibition area. During
the trigger inhibit period, an input trigger may be missed.
*4:
In all cases the WEN signal indicates when a valid image is available. Normally, an image is output after
the external falling edge. If the falling edge of the trigger is very close to the falling edge of the external VD,
there may be a delay of 1VD in the output. The period of uncertainty is when the falling edge of VD is
between 65 µs before or 10 µs after the falling edge of the trigger.
*5:
When the external trigger shutter mode changes into the normal operation mode, one WEN signal is
output.
Te = Trigger width + 97 µs (XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/EI30),
Te = Trigger width + 120 µs (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
(The trigger width should be between 2 µs and 1/4 s)
Exposure time Te
Note : An image is superimposed when the next exposure ends before the previous image is output.
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XC-E series
TIMING CHART OF EXTERNAL TRIGGER SHUTTER - MODE 1 (NON-RESET MODE)
For setting the shutter speed using TRG width
HD/VD input
*3
External trigger shutter operation
Normal operation
1
Mode transition state
External input
External trigger
inhibition area
shutter operation
(50 ms)
2
*1 Trigger
*3
Trigger
*2 Exposure time Te
*2
*1 External HD
Exposure
time Te
*1 External VD
(Single VD)
*4
min 10 µs
T : T = 10 µs to 100 ms
Video out
1
2
*5
WEN
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
293H
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
• Continuous HD input and single VD input
*1:
This is a signal input from the outside. Be sure to input both HD and VD signals in this case. Make the
phase of the VD signal coincide with the falling edge of the HD signal during input operation.
*2:
Exposure time Te
*3:
The normal operation state is engaged when the trigger high period exceeds 1/3 sec. After that the external
trigger shutter operation is engaged when the trigger pulse goes “low”. In this case, the area between the
falling edge of a trigger pulse and the subsequent 50 ms period is an external trigger input inhibition area.
During the trigger inhibit period, an input trigger may be missed.
*4:
Be sure to input an external VD signal between 10 µs and 75 ms from the falling edge of a trigger pulse (as
shown by 1 and 2 in the figure). For the input (except described above), the operation cannot be ensured.
If the external VD signal is not input under the prescribed conditions, the normal operation is engaged
several V after a change in input operation under the prescribed conditions.
*5:
When the external trigger shutter mode changes into the normal operation mode, one WEN signal is
output.
Te = Trigger width + 97 µs (XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/EI30),
Te = Trigger width + 120 µs (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
(The trigger width should be between 2 µs and 1/4 s)
Note : An image is superimposed when the next exposure ends before the previous image is output.
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XC-E series
TIMING CHART OF EXTERNAL TRIGGER SHUTTER - MODE 1 (NON-RESET MODE)
For setting the shutter speed using TRG width
No HD/VD input (Internal synchronization)
*3
External trigger shutter operation
1
Normal operation
Mode transition state
External input
External trigger
inhibition area
shutter operation
(50 ms)
2
3
*1 Trigger
*3
*2 Exposure time Te
Trigger
*2
*2 Exposure time Te
Exposure
time Te
*4 Interrnal VD
*5
Video out
1
T : T = 10 µs or more
*5
T : T = Under 10 µs
2
3
*6
WEN
250H (XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/EI30)
293H (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
*1:
*2:
This is a signal input from the outside.
*3:
The normal operation state is engaged when the high period exceeds 1/3 sec. After that, the external
trigger shutter operation is engaged when the trigger pulse goes “low”. In this case, the area between the
falling edge of a trigger pulse and the subsequent 50 ms period is an external input inhibition area. During
the trigger inhibit period, an input trigger may be missed.
*4:
*5:
An internal VD signal is output by setting the INT/EXT switch on the rear panel to INT.
*6:
Exposure time Te
Te = Trigger width + 97 µs (XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/EI30),
Te = Trigger width + 120 µs (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
During external trigger shutter operation, an image is output when an internal VD signal falls after a trigger
pulse falls (as shown by 1 and 2 in the figure). However, if the time (T in the figure) between the falling
edges of a trigger pulse and internal VD signal is under 10 µs, an image is output when the internal VD
signal or the next internal VD signal falls (as shown by 3 in the figure). (In this case, an image is output
when the next internal VD signal falls.) An image and WEN signal are always output together. For more
details, refer to the WEN signal. (The falling edge of an internal VD signal is the same in phase as the
beginning of an equalizing pulse in a SYNC V area.)
When the external trigger shutter mode changes into the normal operation mode, one WEN signal is
output.
Note : An image is superimposed when the next exposure ends before the previous image is output.
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XC-E series
TIMING CHART OF EXTERNAL TRIGGER SHUTTER - MODE 1 (NON-RESET MODE)
For setting the shutter speed using DIP switch
HD/VD input
• Continuous HD/VD input
*3
External trigger shutter operation
1
2
3
*1 Trigger
*3
*2
*1
Normal operation
Mode transition state
External input
External trigger
inhibition area
shutter operation
(50 ms)
*2
Exposure time Te
Trigger
*2
Exposure time Te
Exposure
time Te
External HD
*1 External VD
(Continuous
VD)
Video out
*4
T : T = Under 10 ms
*4
T : T = 10 ms or more
1
2
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
*4
T : T = 10 ms or
more
3
WEN
*1:
This is a signal input from the outside. The period of a continuous VD signal is prescribed as one field. Be
sure to input both HD and VD signals.
*2:
*3:
As shown in the table on page 7, exposure time Te is determined by the setting of a DIP switch.
*4:
The normal operation state is engaged when the high period exceeds 1/3 sec. After that, the external
trigger shutter operation is engaged when the trigger pulse goes “low”. In this case, the area between the
falling edge of a trigger pulse and the subsequent 50 ms period is an external input inhibition area. During
the trigger inhibit period, an input trigger may be missed.
An image is output when an external VD signal falls 10 ms or more after a trigger pulse rises (shown by 2
and 3 in the figure). If the time (T in the figure) between the falling edges of a trigger pulse and external
VD signal is under 10 ms, an image is output when the external VD signal or the next external VD signal
falls (as shown by 1 in the figure). (In this case, an image is output when the next external VD signal falls.)
An image and WEN signal are always output together. For more details, refer to the WEN signal.
Note : An image is superimposed when the next exposure ends before the previous image is output.
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XC-E series
TIMING CHART OF EXTERNAL TRIGGER SHUTTER - MODE 1 (NON-RESET MODE)
For setting the shutter speed using DIP switch
HD/VD input
• Continuous HD input and single VD input
External trigger shutter operation
*3
Normal operation
1
Mode transition state
External input
External trigger
inhibition area
shutter operation
(50 ms)
2
*1 Trigger
*3
*2
Exposure time Te
*1 External HD
Trigger
*2
Exposure
time Te
*1 External VD
(Single VD)
min. 10 ms
*4
Video out
T : T = 10 ms to 110 ms
1
2
WEN
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
*1:
This is a signal input from the outside. Be sure to input both HD and VD signals. Make the phase of the VD
signal coincide with the falling edge of the HD signal.
*2:
*3:
As shown in the table on page 7, exposure time Te is determined by the setting of a DIP switch.
*4:
The normal operation state is engaged when the high period exceeds 1/3 sec. After that, the external
trigger shutter operation is engaged when the trigger pulse goes “low”. In this case, the area between the
falling edge of a trigger pulse and the subsequent 50 ms period is an external input inhibition area. During
the trigger inhibit period, an input trigger may be missed.
Be sure to input an external VD signal for 10 ms to 75 ms from the rising edge of a trigger pulse (as shown
by 1 and 2 in the figure). For the input except described above, the operation cannot be ensured. If the
external VD signal is not input under the prescribed conditions, the normal operation is engaged several V
after a change in input operation under the prescribed conditions.
Note : An image is superimposed when the next exposure ends before the previous image is output.
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XC-E series
TIMING CHART OF EXTERNAL TRIGGER SHUTTER - MODE 1 (NON-RESET MODE)
For setting the shutter speed using DIP switch
No HD/VD input (Internal synchronization)
*3
External trigger shutter operation
1
Normal operation
Mode transition state
External input
External trigger
inhibition area
shutter operation
(50 ms)
2
3
*1 Trigger
*3
*2
*2
Exposure time Te
Trigger
*2
Exposure time Te
Exposure
time Te
*4 Interrnal VD
*5
Video out
T : T = Under 10 ms
*5
T : T = 10 ms or more
1
2
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
*5
T : T = 10 ms or
more
3
WEN
*1:
*2:
*3:
*4:
*5:
This is a signal input from the outside.
As shown in the table on page 7, exposure time Te is determined by the setting of a DIP switch.
The normal operation state is engaged when the high period exceeds 1/3 sec. After that, the external
trigger shutter operation is engaged when the trigger pulse goes “low”. In this case, the area between the
falling edge of a trigger pulse and the subsequent 50 ms period is an external input inhibition area. During
the trigger inhibit period, an input trigger may be missed.
An internal VD signal is output by setting the INT/EXT switch on the rear panel to INT.
An image is output when an internal VD signal falls 10 ms or more after a trigger pulse rises (as shown by
2 and 3 in the figure). If the time (T in the figure) between the falling edges of a trigger pulse and internal
VD signal is under 10 ms, an image is output when the internal VD signal or the nextinternal VD signal falls
(as shown by 1 in the figure). In this case, an image is output when the next internal VD signal falls. An
image and WEN signal are always output together. For more details, refer to the WEN signal. (The falling
edge of an internal VD signal is the same in phase as the beginning of an equalizing pulse in a SYNC V
area.)
Note : An image is superimposed when the next exposure ends before the previous image is output.
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XC-E series
TIMING CHART OF EXTERNAL TRIGGER SHUTTER - MODE 2
(RESET MODE)
For setting the shutter speed using TRG width
External trigger shutter operation
*3
Normal operation
1
Mode transition state
External input
External trigger
inhibition area
shutter operation
(50 ms)
2
*1 Trigger
*3
Trigger
*2 Exposure time Te
Video out
*2
Exposure
time Te
1
*4
2
*4
1H to 2H
1H to 2H
WEN
28
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
*1:
This is a signal input from the outside. The trigger interval should be trigger pulse width + 1 field + 2H
period or more. The trigger interval shorter than described above cannot be ensured. If a trigger pulse is
not input under the prescribed conditions, the normal operation is ensured several V after a change in
input operation under the prescribed conditions.
*2:
Exposure time Te
*3:
The normal operation state is engaged when the high period exceeds 1/3 sec. After that, the external
trigger shutter operation is engaged when the trigger pulse goes “low”. In this case, the area between the
falling edge of a trigger pulse and the subsequent 50 ms period is an external input inhibition area. During
the trigger inhibit period, an input trigger may be missed.
*4:
A VD signal is generated 1H to 2H after a trigger pulse falls, and an image is output in synchronization with
the VD signal.
*5:
When the external trigger shutter mode changes into the normal operation mode, a WEN signal is output.
Te = Trigger width + 97 µs (XC-ES50/ES30, XC-EI50/EI30),
Te = Trigger width + 120 µs (XC-ES50CE/ES30CE, XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
(The trigger width should be between 2 µs and 1/4 s)
XC-E series
TIMING CHART OF EXTERNAL TRIGGER SHUTTER - MODE 2 (RESET MODE)
For setting the shutter speed using DIP switch
External trigger shutter operation
*3
Normal operation
Mode transition state
External input
External trigger
inhibition area
shutter operation
(50 ms)
1
2
*1 Trigger
*3 Trigger
*2
Video out
Exposure time Te
*2
Exposure
time Te
1
*4
2
*4
T
T
WEN
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
250H
(XC-ES50/ES30,
XC-EI50/EI30)
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
293H
(XC-ES50CE/ES30CE,
XC-EI50CE/EI30CE)
*1:
This is a signal input from the outside. The trigger interval should be shutter speed (DIP switch) + 1 field
+ 2H period or more. The trigger interval shorter than described above cannot be ensured. If a trigger
pulse is not input under the prescribed conditions, the normal operation is engaged several V after a
change in input operation under the prescribed conditions.
*2:
*3:
As shown in the table on page 7, exposure time Te is determined by the setting of a DIP switch.
*4:
The normal operation state is engaged when the high period exceeds 1/3 sec. After that, the external
trigger shutter operation is engaged when the trigger pulse goes “low”. In this case, the area between the
falling edge of a trigger pulse and the subsequent 50 ms period is an external input inhibition area. During
the trigger inhibit period, an input trigger may be missed.
After a period set by a DIP switch from the rising edge of the trigger, an image is output.
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XC-E series
DIMENSIONS
XC-ES50/50CE, XC-EI50/EI50CE
XC-ES30/30CE, XC-EI30/EI30CE
(XC-ES30 model)
2-M2 deep 2.5
12
29
(Unit : mm)
6.5
C
29
29
5
0.
0.
5
C
6.5
29
10
5.5
32
29
12
5
0.
C
4-M2 deep 2.5
6.5
30
22
XC-E series
SPECTRAL RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS
(Typycal Value)
XC-ES30
1.0
0.9
0.8
Relative Response
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
Wave Length [nm]
XC-ES30CE
1.0
0.9
0.8
Relative Response
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
400
500
600
700
Wave Length [nm]
800
900
1000
31
XC-E series
SPECTRAL RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS
(Typycal Value)
XC-ES50
1.0
0.9
0.8
Relative Response
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
800
900
1000
Wave Length [nm]
XC-ES50CE
1.0
0.9
0.8
Relative Response
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
400
32
500
600
700
Wave Length [nm]
XC-E series
SPECTRAL RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS
(Typycal Value)
XC-EI30
1.0
0.9
0.8
Relative Response
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
800
900
1000
Wave Length [nm]
XC-EI30CE
1.0
0.9
0.8
Relative Response
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
400
500
600
700
Wave Length [nm]
33
XC-E series
SPECTRAL RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS
(Typycal Value)
XC-EI50
1.0
0.9
0.8
Relative Response
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
800
900
1000
Wave Length [nm]
XC-EI50CE
1.0
0.9
0.8
Relative Response
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
400
500
600
700
Wave Length [nm]
34
XC-E series
VARIOUS LENS SELECTION
The following shows the various lens specifications of the accessories available.
XC-ES50/50CE, XC-ES30/30CE
XC-EI50/50CE, XC-EI30/30CE compatibility
List of C-Mount Lens
Model name
Focal distance (mm)
Maximum aperture ratio
Operation
Iris
VLC-08YM
VLC-12YM
VLC-16Y-M
VLC-25Y-M
VLC-50Y-M
8
12
16
25
50
1: 1.4
1: 1.8
1: 1.4
1: 1.6
1: 2.8
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Field angle
1/2" CCD
42.6˚×32.6˚
29.6˚×22.4˚
22.6˚×17.0˚
14.6˚×11.0˚
7.3˚×5.5˚
(Horizontal x vertical)
1/3" CCD
32.6˚×24.8˚
22.4˚×16.9˚
17.0˚×12.8˚
11.0˚×8.2˚
5.5˚×4.1˚
207
208
289
204
438
Focus
MOD (mm)
181×132.8
125.2×92.1
119.4×88.5
52.1×38.8
49.2×37
181.3×133.3
125.5×92.5
119.6×88.8
52.1×38.9
49.7×37.1
XC-ES30/EI30
136.8×100
94.7×69.6
90×66.8
39.4×29.3
37.2×27.9
XC-ES30CE/EI30CE
137×100.3
94.8×69.6
90.4×66.9
39.4×29.3
37.5×27.9
XC-ES50/EI50
Image pickup range during
maximum proximity
(horizontal × vertical) (mm)
XC-ES50CE/EI50CE
Back focus (mm)
11.54
10.99
12.50
11.60
22.10
Flange back (mm)
17.526
17.526
17.526
17.526
17.526
40
40
50
42
50
Mass (g)
MOD: Minimum object distance between the tip of the lens body and the object
35
XC-E series
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