F250 Setup Manual

F250 Setup Manual
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Setup Manual
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This manual provides information on system
hardware and installation. Be sure to read this
manual first.
Cat. No. SCHB-736
This manual provides information for the correct
and safe application of the F250, including
procedures from checking package contents and
installation to connections and wiring. It also
provides information on F250 and peripheral device
functionality and specifications.
Install software
アプリケーションソフトウェアのインストール方法
基本的な操作方法
各処理項目の設定方法
外部装置との通信方法
などについて記載しています。
(アプリケーションソフトウェアに付属)
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Set conditions
Operation Manual (CD-ROM)
(Packed with the Application Software.)
This manual explains basic operations, such as
installing the Applications Software, setting up
inspection processes, and communicating with
external devices.
Output to external device
F250を安全に正しくお使いいただくための情報
パッケージ内容の確認∼設置から接続までの手順
本体や周辺機器の機能や仕様の情報
などについて記載しています。
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作業手順とマニュアルの主な内容は以下のとおりです。目的にあったマニュアルを選んでお読みください。
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Operating Procedures and Reference Manuals
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Precautions in using the Product(Be sure to read it.)
SECTION 1
Features
SECTION 2
Installation and Connections
SECTION 2
SECTION 3
Lenses, Lighting, and Memory Cards
SECTION 3
SECTION 4
Connecting External Devices
SECTION 4
SECTION 5
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
SECTION 5
INTRODUCTION SECTION 1
Introduction
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for your purchase of this F250-C50/C55 Vision Sensor (hereinafter
referred to as the Controller). This manual explains how to use the Controller.
Please observe the following points when using the Controller.
• Please read and understand this manual thoroughly before using the Controller
so that it is not used incorrectly.
• Please keep this manual at hand so that you can refer to it at any time.
Setup Manual
Vision Sensor F250
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
Table of Contents
2
Precautions in using the Product
4
Confirming Package Contents
13
Editor's Note
14
SECTION 1 Features
15
Vision Sensor
16
F250 Features
17
SECTION 2 Installation and Connections
19
Basic System Configuration
20
Component Names and Functions
22
Mounting the Controller
23
Connecting Peripheral Devices
25
Power Supply and Ground
27
SECTION 3 Lenses, Lighting, and Memory Cards
2
1
29
CCTV Lenses
30
Lighting
32
Memory Cards
33
SECTION 4 Connecting External Devices
35
Parallel Connection Methods
36
Connecting through the Serial Interface
43
RS-232C/RS-422 Connections
43
Ethernet Connection
47
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Q&A
55
Maintenance
57
Specifications
62
F300-Series Camera Parameters
78
Connecting a Strobe Device
79
SECTION 3
50
SECTION 2
Troubleshooting
INTRODUCTION SECTION 1
SECTION 5 Troubleshooting and Maintenance
SECTION 4
SECTION 5
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Precautions in using the Product
Read and Understand this Manual
Precautions in using the Product
Please read and understand this manual before storing, installing, programming, operating, maintaining,
or disposing of the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any questions or
comments.
WARRANTY
OMRON's exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for
a period of one year (or other period if specified) from date of sale by OMRON.
OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING
NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE
PRODUCTS. ANY BUYER OR USER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE BUYER OR USER ALONE HAS
DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THEIR
INTENDED USE. OMRON DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
OMRON SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE
PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR
STRICT LIABILITY.
In no event shall the responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the product on
which liability is asserted.
IN NO EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR OTHER CLAIMS
REGARDING THE PRODUCTS UNLESS OMRON'S ANALYSIS CONFIRMS THAT THE PRODUCTS
WERE PROPERLY HANDLED, STORED, INSTALLED, AND MAINTAINED AND NOT SUBJECT TO
CONTAMINATION, ABUSE, MISUSE, OR INAPPROPRIATE MODIFICATION OR REPAIR.
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At the customer's request, OMRON will provide applicable third party certification documents identifying
ratings and limitations of use that apply to the products. This information by itself is not sufficient for a
complete determination of the suitability of the products in combination with the end product, machine,
system, or other application or use.
The following are some examples of applications for which particular attention must be given. This is not
intended to be an exhaustive list of all possible uses of the products, nor is it intended to imply that the
uses listed may be suitable for the products:
Precautions in using the Product
OMRON shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes, or regulations that apply to
the combination of the product in the customer's application or use of the products.
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SUITABILITY FOR USE
• Outdoor use, uses involving potential chemical contamination or electrical interference, or conditions or
uses not described in this manual.
• Nuclear energy control systems, combustion systems, railroad systems, aviation systems, medical
equipment, amusement machines, vehicles, safety equipment, and installations subject to separate
industry or government regulations.
• Systems, machines, and equipment that could present a risk to life or property.
Please know and observe all prohibitions of use applicable to the products.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCT FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE OR
PROPERTY WITHOUT ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO
ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE OMRON PRODUCTS ARE PROPERLY RATED AND
INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM.
PROGRAMMABLE PRODUCTS
OMRON shall not be responsible for the user's programming of a programmable product, or any
consequence thereof.
CHANGE IN SPECIFICATIONS
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other
reasons.
It is our practice to change model numbers when published ratings or features are changed, or when
significant construction changes are made. However, some specifications of the products may be
changed without any notice. When in doubt, special model numbers may be assigned to fix or establish
key specifications for your application on your request. Please consult with your OMRON representative
at any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased products.
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DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Precautions in using the Product
Dimensions and weights are nominal and are not to be used for manufacturing purposes, even when
tolerances are shown.
ERRORS AND OMISSIONS
The information in this manual has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no
responsibility is assumed for clerical, typographical, or proofreading errors, or omissions.
Meanings of Signal Words
The following signal words are used in this manual.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in minor or
moderate injury, or may result in serious injury or death. Additionally there may be
significant property damage.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury or in property damage.
Meanings of Alert Symbols
The following alert symbols are used in this manual.
Indicates the possibility of explosion under specific conditions.
Indicates the possibility of injury by high temperature under specific conditions.
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Do not disassemble the Controller, apply pressure to the controller that would deform its
shape, or incinerate the controller.
A lithium battery is built into the Controller and it may combust, explode, or burn if not treated properly.
Do not short circuit, attempt to charge, disassemble, apply pressure that would deform, or
incinerate the lithium battery.
The lithium battery may start a fire, explode, or burn if not treated properly.
Precautions in using the Product
The following alert statements apply to the products in this manual. Each alert statement also appears at
the locations needed in the manual to attract your attention.
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Alert statements in this Manual
Install the Controller so that air can flow freely through its cooling vents.
If the vents are blocked, heat will build up in the Controller and may cause burns.
Intake vent
Exhaust vent
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Regulations and Standards
Precautions in using the Product
The Controller complies with the EC Directive and EN standard below.
1.EC Directive
EMC Directive:No. 89/336/EEC
2.EN Standards (European Standards)
EN 61326: 1997/Annex A+A1: 1998 (EMI: Class A)+A2: 2001
Precautions for Safe Use
Please observe the following precautions for safe use of the products.
Installation Environment
• Do not use the product in environments where it can be exposed to inflammable/explosive gas.
• Do not install the product close to high-voltage devices and power devices in order to secure the safety of
operation and maintenance.
• Make sure to tighten all installation screws securely.
Power Supply and Wiring
• Make sure to use the product with the power supply voltage specified by this manual.
• Use a power supply cable and crimp terminals of the specified size.Do not simply connect the twisted ends
of the wires directly to the terminal block.
• Keep the power supply wires as short as possible (Max. 10 m).
• Use a DC power supply with countermeasures against high voltages (safe extra low-voltage circuits on the
secondary side).
p.28
• Ground the Controller's ground terminal to less than 100 Ω.
• Use a grounding point that is as close as possible and keep the ground wire as short as possible.
• Wire the Controller to the ground with a separate ground wire.To avoid grounding problems, do not share
the ground wire with any other devices or wire the ground to the building's steel framing.
• Confirm wiring again before the turning on the power .
Other
• Do not attempt to dismantle, repair, or modify the Controller.
• If you suspect an error or malfunction, stop using the Controller immediately, turn OFF the power supply,
and consult your OMRON representative.
• Do not touch fluorescent or halogen lights while the power is ON or immediately after the power is turned
OFF.
• Dispose of this product as industrial waste.
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Installation of the Controller
Install the Controller in a place that meets the following conditions:
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Surrounding temperature of 0 to +50°C
No rapid changes in temperature (place where dew does not form)
Relative Humidity of between 35 to 85%
No presence of corrosive or flammable gases
Place free of dust, salts and iron particles
Place free of vibration and shock
Place out of direct sunlight
Place where it will not come into contact with water, oils or chemicals
Precautions in using the Product
Please observe the following precautions to prevent failure to operate, malfunctions, or undesirable
effects on product performance.
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Precautions for Correct Use
Orientation of Controller
To improve heat dissipation, install the Controller in the following orientation only.
For proper air flow, provide at least 20 mm of clearance above the Controller and at least 50 mm
of clearance on both sides.
• Horizontal Installation
Do not install the Controller upside down as shown in the following diagram.
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• Vertical Installation
The Controller can be installed vertically with the air intake at the bottom and exhaust at the top.
Precautions in using the Product
Exhaust
Intake
Intake
Exhaust
Ambient temperature
• For proper air flow, provide at least 20 mm of clearance above
the Controller and at least 50 mm of clearance on both sides.
• Do not install the Controller immediately above significant heat
sources, such as heaters, transformers, or large-capacity
resistors.
• Do not let the ambient operating temperature exceed 50°C
(122°F).
• Provide a forced-air fan cooling or air conditioning if the ambient
temperature is near 50°C (122°F) so that the ambient
temperature never exceeds 50°C (122°F).
Control panel
Controller
Louver
Noise resistance
• Do not install the Controller in a cabinet containing high-voltage
equipment.
• Do not install the Controller within 200 mm of power cables.
Power lines
200mm min.
200mm min.
Controller
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Component Installation and Handling
OMRON Components
Use a Camera, Camera Cable, and Console designed specifically for the Controller.
Always turn OFF the Controller's power before connecting or disconnecting a camera or cable.
Handling the Camera
The Camera's case is connected to the 0V line in the internal circuits. Observe the following
precautions to prevent noise interference.
• Do not ground the Camera.
• Do not remove the base attached to the Camera.
• Do not remove the ferrite core attached to the F150-VS or F160-VSR
Camera Cable.
Precautions in using the Product
Connecting Cables
Optical axis of a special camera
The center of the optical axis varies with the camera used. Therefore, when installing the
camera, always check the center of the image displayed on the monitor.
Securing the Video Monitor
(When Using the Recommended F150-M09)
Observe the following precautions to prevent noise interference, because the video monitor case
is connected to the 0V line in the internal circuits.
• Do not ground the video monitor.
• Do not ground the metallic part of the connector.
• Secure the video monitor with plastic screws if it is being mounted to a metallic surface.
Touching Signal Lines
To prevent damage from static electricity, use a wrist strap or another device for preventing
electrostatic discharges when touching terminals or signal lines in connectors.
Handling the Memory Card
• To prevent damage from static electricity, do not touch the Memory Card directly while it is installed in the
Controller.
• To remove a Memory Card, turn OFF the power supply to the Card (using the menu command) or turn OFF
the Controller. Press the eject button to eject the Card.The Memory Card or the Controller itself may be
damaged if a Memory Card is removed while power is being supplied. (The power supply is stopped using
the menu)
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Precautions in using the Product
Application Software Precautions
It will not be possible to start the Setup Menu if you change the contents of the Memory Card after installing it in a
personal computer or other device.
Never change the contents of the Card with operations such as the following:
• Changing file names
• Moving or deleting files
• Overwriting data
• Formatting
Turning OFF the Power
Do not turn OFF the power while a message is being displayed indicating that processing is
being performed.Data in memory will be corrupted, and the Controller may not operate correctly
the next time it is started.
0.Scn 0
MON
---- ---ms
Saving data.
Using the RESET Signal
Do not use the RESET input immediately after power is turned ON.When using the RESET input
to synchronize startup timing, wait at least 1 second after the Controller's power supply is turned
ON before turning ON the RESET signal.
Replacing the Battery
The Controller is equipped with a battery that backs up the clock.When the battery is low, the
message ''BATTERY LOW'' will be displayed on the monitor at startup.The battery must be
replaced when this message is displayed.Return the Controller to your OMRON dealer for
service. (The battery is not user-serviceable.)
• The battery will last approximately 7 years.
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• Controller Qty.: 1
Confirming Package Contents
Check the contents of the package as soon as you receive the Controller.
It is extremely rare for components to be missing, but contact the nearest OMRON representative if any
of the following items are missing.
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Confirming Package Contents
• Ferrite core for F150-KP Console or F160-KP Console Qty.: 1
• Ferrite core for F150-VM Monitor Cable Qty.: 1
* The ferrite core is supplied only with models that support CE.
It is not necessary to install it in models that do not support CE.
Please contact any of our branches or sales offices for further details.
• Manual
Setup Manual (this manual) Qty.: 1
SETUP MANUAL
F250 Vision Sensor
This manual provides information on system
hardware and installation. Be sure to read this
manual first.
Cat. No. SCHB-736A
The Operation Manual (on CD-ROM) is packed with the Application Software.
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Editor's Note
Visual Aids
Editor's Note
Indicates information required to take full advantage of the functions and performance of the product.
Incorrect application methods may result in the loss of damage or damage to the product. Read and
follow all precautionary information.
Indicates points that are important in using product functions or in application procedures.
Indicates where to find related information.
Indicates information helpful in operation, such as the definition of terms.
Product Availability
Some of the products listed may not be available in some countries. Please contact your nearest
OMRON sales office by referring to the addresses provided at the back of this manual.
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SECTION 1
Features
Features
Vision Sensor
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F250 Features
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Features
Vision Sensor
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Vision Sensor
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Vision Sensors work in place of the human eye to perform inspections by processing images using
cameras. The visual inspections can be automated and complicated inspections can be performed
accurately at high speeds.
The OMRON Vision Sensor helps create production lines with a highly efficient inspection system, which
is important to meet current demands for small-lot, variable-product production, produce greater addedvalue, and improve product quality.
Using the Vision Sensor yields a high return on investments by ensuring the following benefits:
• Repetitive work is reduced.
• More complicated, more precise inspections are possible.
• Inspection data management is easier (CIM, GMP, ISO9000).
• Working hours can be shortened.
• Less 3-D work (difficult, dirty, dangerous) is required.
• Work can be performed by less experienced staff.
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Features
F250 Features
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Application software (sold separately) is installed in the controller and used.
Inspection conditions can be set simply and flexibly using the flow-chart system.
First, install the processing items necessary for inspection from the application software.
F250 Features
Application Software
Processing items can be freely combined on the menu.
0.Scn 0=SET=
0.Camera image
1.EC pos. comp
2.Fine matching
3.Binary defect
4.DO data
5.
ENT:Set SFT+ESC:Edit
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Installation and Connections
SECTION 2
20
Component Names and Functions
22
Mounting the Controller
23
Connecting Peripheral Devices
25
Wiring the Power Supply
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Installation and Connections
Basic System Configuration
The following diagram shows the basic system configuration.
Some of the components shown in the configuration diagram are special OMRON products that cannot be
substituted with comparable devices. The use of other products may result in damage. (These items are
indicated with an asterisk.)
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Monitor
Monitor with
Color LCD Monitor
Monochrome CRT Video
F150-M05L
Monitor (CRT type)
S-VIDEO input
F150-M09
Basic System Configuration
219'4
5;0%
(RCA plug input)
Use the Monitor to check images and
display the condition-setting menus.
(BNC input)
BNC Jack
(Included with the F150-VM
Monitor Cable)
S-VIDEO Input Cable
Use a standard cable.
Monitor Cable
F150-VM (2 m)
*
Controller
The Controller performs the image
processing specified by the user settings
and outputs the measurement results.
Power Supply
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Recommended Model
OMRON Corporation
S82K-10024
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* Camera Cable
F150-VS (3 m)
Console
F160-KP
F150-KP
(2 m cable)
(2 m cable)
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Installation and Connections
*
Camera
The Camera captures images of the measurement objects.
Up to 4 Cameras can be connected to one Controller.
If F150-
or F160-
Cameras are being used, the connected Cameras
must belong to the same series, i.e., they must have the same model number prefix
(F150 or F160).
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Double-speed Cameras
Basic System Configuration
Camera Only
F160-S1
F160-S2
Camera with Intelligent Lighting
F160-SLC20 (20 mm field of vision)
F160-SLC50 (50 mm field of vision)
Use the Camera by itself when the field of
vision of the F160-SLC
0 does not match the
size of the measurement object A standard
CCTV lens and light source will be needed.
F150 Cameras
Camera with Light
F150-SL20A (20 mm field of vision)
F150-SL50A (50-mm field of vision)
Camera with Intelligent Lighting
F150-SLC20 (20 mm field of vision)
F150-SLC50 (50-mm field of vision)
Camera Only
F150-S1A
Use the Camera by itself when the field of
vision of the F150-SLC 0 does not match the
size of the measurement object A standard
CCTV lens and light source will be needed.
F300-series Cameras can also be connected. Up to four Cameras can be connected, but
they must all have the same model number.
Camera type
Camera Cable
F300-S
F160-VSR4
F300-S2R
F160-VSR3
F300-S3DR
F300-S4R
Details on parameter settings p.78
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Installation and Connections
Component Names and Functions
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Component Names and Functions
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Pin
Name
Function
1
RS-232C/RS-422 Connector
Connects the Controller to an external device such as a personal
computer or PLC.
2
Ethernet Connector (10BASE-T)
Connects the Controller to a personal computer.
(Can be used with F250-UME Application Software version 1.10 or
higher.)
3
Monitor Connector
(S-VIDEO Output)
Connects to a monitor with an S-VIDEO input.
4
Monitor Connector
(Composite Video Output)
Connects to a monitor.
5
Memory Card Slots 0 and 1
Memory Cards such as the Application Software Memory Card can be
inserted in these slots.
6
Memory Card Indicators 0 and 1
Lit when power is being supplied to the corresponding Memory Card.
(The Memory Card must not be inserted or removed when this indicator
is lit.)
7
Console Connector
Connects the Controller to a Console.
8
ERROR Indicator
Lit when an error has occurred.
9
RUN Indicator
Lit while the Controller is in Run Mode.
10 POWER Indicator
Lit while power is ON.
11 Parallel Connectors 0 and 1
Connect the Controller to external devices such as a sync sensor or
PLC.
12 Camera Connectors 0 to 3
Connect to the Cameras.
13 Ground Terminal
Connects to the ground wire.
14 Power Supply Terminals
Connect to the DC power supply.
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Mounting the Controller
There are two ways to mount the Controller: horizontal mounting, or vertical mounting.
ƒ Dimensions
(Unit:mm)
(for mounting) *
Mounting the Controller
Four M4 taps
SECTION 2
115 min. This screw hole cannot be used.
Stopper
10 to 13
Panel thickness: T
㩷* The screw length L must be in the
following range: 10+T < L < 13+T
Use the correct screw length. If the screw extends more than 13 mm past the panel, the stopper may bend
and contact the Controller's internal PC board.
Horizontal Mounting
For proper air flow, provide at least 20 mm of clearance from the top of the Controller and at least
50 mm of clearance from the sides (next to the intake and exhaust vents).
115 mm min. This screw hole cannot be used
20 mm min.
20 mm min.
50 mm min.
50 mm min.
(Exhaust)
(Exhaust)
8 mm
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Vertical Mounting
For proper air flow, provide at least 20 mm of clearance from the top of the Controller and at least
50 mm of clearance from the sides (next to the intake and exhaust vents).
50 mm min.
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115 mm min.
(Exhaust)
Mounting the Controller
20 mm min.
20 mm min.
50 mm min.
View from bottom
(Exhaust)
The Controller must be installed with the air intake side down and the air exhaust side up.
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Exhaust
Intake
Intake
Exhaust
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Installation and Connections
Connecting Peripheral Devices
This section shows how to connect peripheral devices to the Controller.
Always turn OFF the power supply before connecting or disconnecting a peripheral device's cable.The
peripheral device may be damaged if it is connected while the power is ON.
not being used, leave the cap in place or replace the cap to protect against dust, dirt, and static electricity.
Connect the Console to the Controller's CONSOLE connector.An F160-KP or F150-KP Console
can be connected.Install the provided ferrite core (*) onto the cable, positioning the ferrite core
about 10 mm from the Controoler-side connector.
5*+(6
'06
'5%
64+)
Approx. 10 mm Ferrite core
Connecting Peripheral Devices
Connecting a Console
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The various connectors on the Controller are capped when the Controller is shipped. When a connector is
Connecting a Monitor
Connect the monitor cable to the Controller's MONITOR connector.Install the provided ferrite
core onto the F150-VM Monitor Cable, positioning the ferrite core (*) about 10 mm from the
Controller-side connector.
The S-VIDEO and VIDEO outputs can be used simultaneously.
Ferrite core
219'4
5;0%
Approx. 10 mm
Connecting a Camera
Connect the camera cable to the Controller's Camera connector.
* The ferrite core is supplied only with models that support CE. It is not necessary to install it in
models that do not support CE. Please contact any of our branches or sales offices for further
details.
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Installation and Connections
Camera with Light
The Camera with Light is a special Camera that has a special lens and light source already
attached.The light source and lens are contained in a single unit, so installation is very simple.
Just mount the Camera at the proper distance from the measurement object and it is ready to
use.
Field of vision and distance to object
F150-SL20A
Mounting
20 mm
×
20 mm
61 to
71 mm
50 mm
×
50 mm
Relationship between Camera
Measurement
object
66 to
76 mm
Lighting precautions
None in particular
Mounting
distance
Use with DIP switch pins 1 and
2 both set to OFF.
Camera Only
20 mm
×
20 mm
15 to
25 mm
㪉
F150-SLC20
F160-SLC20
㪦
㪥
㸡 㪈
Connecting Peripheral Devices
F150-SL50A
Field of
Field of vision
Camera with Intelligent Lighting
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Camera with Light
Item
Mounting
distance
Measurement
object
F150-SLC50
F160-SLC50
50 mm
×
50 mm
F150-S1A
F160-S1
F160-S2
Determine the required
field of vision based on the
size of the measurement
object and select an
appropriate CCTV lens (C
mount).
16.5 to
26.5 mm
Use with DIP switch pins 1 and
2 both set to OFF.
1
(
(
Field of vision
Provide a light source
appropriate for the
measurement object.
Observe the following precautions when using a Camera with Light or Camera with Intelligent Lighting.
• The lens has a fixed focal point.The actual field of vision and focal point vary from lens to lens, so adjust the
distance to the measurement object after replacing the lens or camera.
• The camera mounting distance is an approximate value.Mount the Camera so that the distance to the
measurement object can be adjusted easily.
If the object size and field of vision are incompatible, use a standard CCTV lens and light source.
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SECTION 2
Installation and Connections
Power Supply and Ground
Wire the power supply and the ground to their respective terminals. Tighten the screws to a torque of
between 0.49 N·m. After wiring, confirm that the wiring is correct.
Crimp Terminals and Cables
SECTION 2
The terminal block uses M3 terminal screws.
Use appropriate crimp terminals for M3 screws, as shown below.
Manufacturer
Item
J.S.T. Mfg Co., Ltd.
V1.25-N3A
Applicable wire
Forked
6.2 mm max.
1.31 to 1.65 mm2
(AWG 16 to
AWG 15)
Round
6.2 mm max.
J.S.T. Mfg Co., Ltd.
V1.25-MS3
Power Supply and Ground
Recommended Model
Ground (Earth) Wiring
Always connect a ground wire to the Controller's ground terminal.To avoid grounding problems,
do not share the ground wire with any other devices or wire the ground to the building's steel
framing.
Use a grounding point that is as close as possible and keep the ground wire as short as possible.
Ground to 100 Ω or less.
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SECTION 2
Installation and Connections
Wiring the Power Supply
Wire the Power Supply Unit independently of other devices.In particular, keep the power supply
wired separately from inductive loads.
Use a power supply that meets the following specifications.
SECTION 2
Condition
Recommended Model
Output current Power supply voltage
3.7A min.
24 VDC +10%, -15%
Manufacturer
Item
OMRON Corporation
S82K-10024
Power Supply and Ground
Use a DC power supply with countermeasures against high voltages (safe extra low-voltage circuits on the
secondary side).
If the system must meet UL standards, use a UL class II power supply.
+
-
24VDC
• Keep the power supply line as short as possible (less than 10 m).
• After wiring, replace the protective cover on the power supply terminals.
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Lighting
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Memory Cards
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CCTV Lenses
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SECTION 3
Lenses, Lighting, and Memory Cards
CCTV Lenses
When using a Camera without a light (F150-S1A, F160-S1 or F160-S2), refer to the following graph to
select the appropriate Lens and Extension Tube. The lens will differ depending on the size of the
measurement object and the distance from the Camera.
Optical Chart
Lens model
3Z4S-LE
CCTV Lenses
Camera distance
SECTION 3
t: Extension Tube
Field of vision L
Understanding the above chart
The X axis of the graph shows field of vision L (mm), and the Y axis shows the camera distance
A (mm). The curves on the graph show the relationship between the field of vision and camera
distance for each CCTV lens. The values are significantly different for each lens, so doublecheck the model of the lens before using the graph.The "t" values indicate the lengths of the
Extension Tubes.The value "t0" shows the case where an Extension Tube is not needed and the
value "t5.0" shows the case where a 5 mm Extension Tube is used.
Example:
When a 3Z4S-LE C1614A CCTV
Lens is being used and a field of
Camera
vision of 40 mm is needed at the
Extension Tube t†(mm)
measurement object, a camera
Lens
distance of 200 mm and 1 mm
Camera distance A (mm)
Extension Tube are required.
Measurement object
Field of vision L (mm)
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Lenses and Lens Diameters
1"-32UN 30 dia.
-2A
Maximum outer diameter
Total length
Lenses and Lens Diameters
4.8 mm
F1.8
40.5 mm dia.
3Z4S-LE B618CX-2
6.5 mm
F1.8
48 mm dia.
3Z4S-LE C815B
Filter size
35.5 mm
–
42 mm
8.5 mm
F1.5
42 mm dia.
40 mm
12.5 mm
F1.4
42 mm dia.
50 mm
M40.5 × P0.5
3Z4S-LE C1614A
16.0 mm
F1.4
30 mm dia.
33 mm
3Z4S-LE B2514D
25.0 mm
F1.4
30 mm dia.
37.3 mm
3Z4S-LE B5014A
50.0 mm
F1.4
48 mm dia.
48 mm
M46 × P0.75
3Z4S-LE B7514C
75.0 mm
F1.4
62 mm dia.
79 mm
M58 × P0.75
CCTV Lenses
3Z4S-LE B1214D-2
SECTION 3
Focal length Brightness Maximum outer diameter Total length
Lens model
3Z4S-LE C418DX
M27 × P0.5
Extension Tube
One or more Extension Tubes can be inserted between the lens and the Camera to focus the
Camera image.Use a combination of one or more of the six tubes to achieve the required length.
Extension Tube
Extension Tube
Item
Maximum outer diameter
3Z4S-LE EX-C6
31 dia.
Length
Length: 40 mm
20 mm
10 mm
5 mm
1.0 mm 0.5 mm
6 item set
• Do not use the 0.5 mm and 1.0 mm Extension Tubes attached to each other.
Since these Extension Tubes are placed over the threaded section of the Lens or other Extension Tube, the
connection may loosen when more than one 0.5 mm or 1.0 mm Extension Tube are used together.
• Reinforcement may be required for combinations of Extension Tubes exceeding 30 mm if the Camera is subject
to vibration.
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Lenses, Lighting, and Memory Cards
Lighting
A stable image must be obtained to ensure accurate inspection.
Use appropriate lighting for the application and the measurement object if using a Camera without a light
(F150-S1A, F160-S1 or F160-S2).
Lighting Methods
Back Lighting
Reflected Lighting
SECTION 3
A stable, high-contrast image can be obtained
Ring Lights
using back lighting.
Light is shone uniformly on the
measurement object.
Lighting
Camera
Camera
Light source
Measurement
object
Light source
Applications: Inspection of exterior shape or positioning inspection
Measurement object
Applications: Surface inspections
Oblique Lighting
Coaxial Lighting
Detection can be made utilizing the difference
A stable image can be obtained with few
in regular and diffuse reflected light.
shadows from uneven surfaces on the
measurement object.
Camera
Camera
Light source
Measurement
object
Applications: Inspections for surface gloss
Half mirror
Light source
Measurement
object
Applications: Surface inspections, positioning, and hole
inspections of comparatively small objects
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Lenses, Lighting, and Memory Cards
Memory Cards
Use a Memory Card to back up data such as settings and image data or increase the number of scenes
when you are using the Scene Group function. Data from the Controller can be backed up in the
computer just by inserting the Memory Card into the computer and copying the desired data.The
following procedures also apply to the Memory Card containing the Application Software.
Recommended Model
Manufacturer
Item
Capacity
OMRON Corporation
F160-N64S (S)
64 MB
OMRON Corporation
QM300-N128S
128 MB
SECTION 3
The Controller is equipped with two Memory Card slots.Use these slots for the following functions.
Function
Slot number
Slot 0 (Use slot 0 only.)
Memory Cards for scene groups
Slot 1 (Use slot 1 only.)
Memory Cards for data backup
Either slot 0 or 1 can be used.
A filler card with no memory is inserted into the Controller's Memory Card slot before the Controller is
shipped.Remove this filler card and install a Memory Card to use the Memory Card functions.
Memory Cards
Application Software installation
If Memory Cards are not being used, leave the filler card in place to prevent dust or dirt from entering the
Memory Card slot.
Installing a Memory Card
1. Insert the Memory Card into the Memory Card
slot.
The eject button will pop out slightly when the Memory Card
is inserted properly.
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Lenses, Lighting, and Memory Cards
Removing the Memory Card
1. Turn OFF the power supply to the Memory Card or turn OFF the Controller.
Chapter 4 Additional Functions in the Operation Manual
2. Verify that the Memory Card indicator is not lit.
SECTION 3
Memory card indicator
Do not remove the Memory Card if the Memory Card
indicator is lit. Doing so may damage the Memory Card or
the Controller itself.
Memory Cards
3. Press the eject button to the right of the Memory
Memory card eject button
Card slot.
The Memory Card will pop out slightly.
Do not remove the Memory Card without pressing the eject
button. Doing so may damage the Controller.
4. Pull the Memory Card straight out from the slot.
Using Memory Cards in a Personal Computer
The Memory Cards can be used in a personal computer with a PC Card drive (PCMCIA 2.0 or
higher, type II compatible) or CompactFlash™ drive.
The Memory Card must be inserted into a PC Card Adapter in order to be used in a PC Card
drive.
PC Card
Adapter
Recommended Model
Name
Manufacturer
Item
PC Card Adapter OMRON Corporation HMC-AP001
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Connecting through the Serial Interface
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RS-232C/RS-422 Connections
43
Ethernet Connection
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Connecting External Devices
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SECTION 4
Parallel Connection Methods
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SECTION 4
Connecting External Devices
Parallel Connection Methods
This section explains how to connect I/O to the Controller through its parallel interface to input signals
such as measurement triggers or output signals such as measurement results.
When you want to use the parallel interface to input commands and output measurement results,
prepare a parallel I/O cable and connect it to the parallel connector.A Terminal Block can also be used to
connect external devices.
Refer to the Operation Manual for details on communications settings and I/O formats.
Connection
Using a Parallel I/O Cable
SECTION 4
Use an F160-VP Parallel I/O Cable (sold separately) to connect the Controller to external
devices. Align the connectors and insert the cable's connector straight into the Controller's
parallel connector. Tighten the connector's mounting screws to secure the connection.
Parallel Connector 0
Parallel Connector 1
Parallel Connection Methods
Pin Number and Mark
Parallel I/O Cable
F160-VP (2 m)
FG terminals
Ground to 100 Ω or less.
Wire
Color
Turn OFF the power supply before connecting or disconnecting a Parallel I/O Cable.
Peripheral devices may be damaged if the cable is connected or disconnected with the power ON.
The parallel connectors are capped with screw-on covers when the Controller is shipped.
When a connector is not being used, leave the cover in place or replace the cover to protect against dust, dirt, and
static electricity.
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Connecting External Devices
Using a Screw Terminal Block
Use a Screw Terminal Block and Special Cable to connect the Controller to external devices
such as PLCs.
Wiring Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Units p.40
Parallel Connector 0
Parallel Connector 1
SECTION 4
Parallel Connection Methods
Special Cable
XW2Z-100B (1 m)
XW2Z-200B (2 m)
XW2Z-300B (3 m)
XW2Z-500B (5 m)
Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit
XW2B-40G5
PLC or other device
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Connecting External Devices
Parallel Connector Specifications
Parallel 0
Each wire of the F160-VP Parallel I/O Cable
has a unique wire-color/mark combination.
Pin
Signal
Wire Mark
Color (Black)
Function
Wire Mark
Color (Red)
SECTION 4
Pin
Signal
Function
COMIN1
Lt.
brown ■
Common for input signals (See note 2.)
Inputs data send request signals
Parallel Connection Methods
A1
RESET
Lt.
brown ■
Restarts the Controller
B1
A2
STEP
Yellow ■
Measurement trigger signal input
B2
DSA
Yellow ■
A3
DI0
Green ■
B3
DI1
Green ■
B4
DI3
Gray ■
B5
DI5
White ■
B6
DI7
Lt.
brown ■■
(Leave open.)
Strobe trigger 1 output (See note 1.)
A4
DI2
Gray ■
A5
DI4
White ■
A6
DI6
Lt.
brown ■■
A7
(Open)
Yellow ■■
(Leave open.)
B7
(Open)
Yellow ■■
A8
STGOUT0
Green ■■
Strobe trigger 0 output (See note 1.)
B8
STGOUT1
Green ■■
A9
RUN
Gray ■■
ON while in Run mode
B9
ERROR
A10 BUSY
White ■■
ON during processing
B10 GATE
A11 OR
Lt.
brown ■■■
Combined judgement result
Lt.
B11 COMOUT1 brown
A12 DO0
Yellow ■■■
B12 DO1
Yellow ■■■
A13 DO2
Green ■■■
B13 DO3
Green ■■■
A14 DO4
Gray ■■■
B14 DO5
Gray ■■■
A15 DO6
White ■■■
B15 DO7
White ■■■
A16 DO8
Lt.
brown ■■■■
A17 DO9
Yellow ■■■■
B17 DO10
Yellow ■■■■
Command input
Data output
Command input
Gray ■■
ON when there is an error.
White ■■
ON for the set output time
Lt.
B16 COMOUT2 brown
■■■
■■■■
A18 DO11
Green ■■■■
B18 DO12
Green ■■■■
A19 DO13
Gray ■■■■
B19 DO14
Gray ■■■■
A20 DO15
White ■■■■
B20 COMOUT3
White ■■■■
Common for output signals (See note 3.)
Data output
Common for DO0 to DO7
Data output
Common for DO8 to DO15
Do not input the RESET input immediately after turning ON the power.When using the RESET input to
synchronize startup timing, wait at least 1 second after the Controller's power supply is turned ON before
turning ON the RESET signal.
Use a DC power supply with countermeasures against high voltages (safe extra low-voltage circuits on the
secondary side) for the COMIN and COMOUT terminals.If the system must meet UL standards, use a UL
class II power supply.
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Parallel 1
Each wire of the F160-VP Parallel I/O Cable
has a unique wire-color/mark combination.
Pin
Signal
Wire Mark
Color (Black)
Function
Pin
Wire Mark
Color (Red)
Signal
A1
(Open)
(Leave open.)
B1
COMIN2
A2
Reserve input Yellow ■
(Leave open.)
B2
Reserve input Yellow ■
A3
DI8
B3
DI9
A4
DI10
Gray ■
B4
DI11
Gray ■
A5
DI12
White ■
B5
DI13
White ■
A6
DI14
Lt.
brown ■■
B6
DI15
Lt.
brown ■■
A7
(Open)
Yellow ■■
(Leave open.)
B7
(Open)
Yellow ■■
(Leave open.)
A8
STGOUT2
Green ■■
Strobe trigger 2 output (See note 1.)
B8
STGOUT3
Green ■■
Strobe trigger 3 output (See note 1.)
A9
Reserve outputs Gray ■■
(Leave open.)
B9
Reserve outputs Gray ■■
(Leave open.)
A10
Reserve outputs White ■■
(Leave open.)
B10
Reserve outputs White ■■
(Leave open.)
A11
Lt. ■■■
Reserve outputs brown
(Leave open.)
B11 COMOUT4
Lt.
brown ■■■
Green ■
B12 DO17
Yellow ■■■
A13 DO18
Green ■■■
B13 DO19
Green ■■■
A14 DO20
Gray ■■■
B14 DO21
Gray ■■■
A15 DO22
White ■■■
B15 DO23
White ■■■
A16 DO24
Lt.
brown ■■■■
B16 COMOUT5
Lt.
brown ■■■■
A17 DO25
Yellow ■■■■
B17 DO26
Yellow ■■■■
B18 DO28
Green ■■■■
A18 DO27
Green ■■■■
Gray ■■■■
A20 DO31
White ■■■■
*1
B19 DO30
B20 COMOUT
Command input
Common for output signals (See note 3.)
Data output
Common for DO16 to DO23
Parallel Connection Methods
Yellow ■■■
A19 DO29
(Leave open.)
Green ■
A12 DO16
Data output
Common for input signals (See note 2.)
SECTION 4
Command input
Lt.
brown ■
Function
Lt.
brown ■
Data output
Gray ■■■■
White ■■■■
Common for DO24 to DO31
This is a signal that is used when the strobe device is connected to the Controller.
Each Camera has its own strobe trigger output as shown in the following table.
Strobe trigger output
Camera 0
Camera 1
Camera 2
Camera 3
signal
STGOUT0 (Pin A8 of parallel connector 0)
STGOUT1 (Pin B8 of parallel connector 0)
STGOUT2 (Pin A8 of parallel connector 1)
STGOUT3 (Pin B8 of parallel connector 1)
*2
COMIN1 is the common for A1 to A6 and B2 to B6 on parallel 0.
COMIN2 is the common for A3 to A6 and B3 to B6 on parallel 1.
*3
COMOUT1 is the common for A8 to A11 and B8 to B10 on parallel 0.
COMOUT4 is the common for A8 and B8 on parallel 1.
Connecting a Strobe Device p.79
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Connecting External Devices
Wiring Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Units
Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit
Special Cable
Manufacturer
Item
Manufacturer
Item
OMRON Corporation
XW2B-40G5
OMRON Corporation
XW2Z-100B (1 m)
XW2Z-200B (2m)
XW2Z-300B (3m)
XW2Z-500B (5m)
Parallel Connector 0
Parallel Connector 1
SECTION 4
Parallel Connection Methods
Connector-Terminal
Block Conversion Unit
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Connecting External Devices
ƒ Connecting to Parallel Connector 0
Conversion Unit Terminal
Signal
Conversion Unit Terminal
Signal
1
RESET
2
COMIN1
3
STEP
4
DSA
5
DI0
6
DI1
7
DI2
8
DI3
10
DI5
12
DI7
13
(Open)
14
(Open)
15
STGOUT0
16
STGOUT1
17
RUN
18
ERROR
19
BUSY
20
GATE
21
OR
22
COMOUT1
23
DO0
24
DO1
25
DO2
26
DO3
27
DO4
28
DO5
29
DO6
30
DO7
31
DO8
32
COMOUT2
33
DO9
34
DO10
35
DO11
36
DO12
37
DO13
38
DO14
39
DO15
40
COMOUT3
Parallel Connection Methods
DI4
DI6
SECTION 4
9
11
ƒ Connecting to Parallel Connector 1
Conversion Unit Terminal
Signal
Conversion Unit Terminal
Signal
1
(Open)
2
COMIN2
3
Reserve input
4
Reserve input
5
DI8
6
DI9
7
DI10
8
DI11
9
DI12
10
DI13
11
DI14
12
DI15
13
(Open)
14
(Open)
15
STGOUT2
16
STGOUT3
17
Reserve outputs
18
Reserve outputs
19
Reserve outputs
20
Reserve outputs
21
Reserve outputs
22
COMOUT4
23
DO16
24
DO17
25
DO18
26
DO19
27
DO20
28
DO21
29
DO22
30
DO23
31
DO24
32
COMOUT5
33
DO25
34
DO26
35
DO27
36
DO28
37
DO29
38
DO30
39
DO31
40
COMOUT6
Functions of each signal p.38, p.39
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Connecting External Devices
Making a Parallel I/O Cable
A parallel I/O cable can be assembled using the following connector and cover or equivalent
components.Keep the cable length less than 30 m.
Manufacturer
Item
Connector
Fujitsu
FCN-361J040-AU
Cover
Fujitsu
FCN-360C040-B
Double-check the connector wiring for mistakes before turning ON the power supply for the first time.
I/O Specifications
Input Specifications
SECTION 4
Item
Model
Input voltage
ON current *1
ON voltage *1
OFF current *2
OFF voltage *2
Parallel Connection Methods
ON delay
OFF delay
Specification
F250-C55 (PNP mode)
F250-C50 (NPN mode)
12 to 24 VDC ±10%
5 to 15 mA
8.8 V max.
0.1 mA max.
4.5 V min.
RESET input: 10 ms max.
Other inputs: 0.5 ms max
RESET input: 15 ms max.
Other inputs: 0.7 ms max.
Input
terminal
COM IN
+
Internal circuits
Input
terminal
COM IN
Output Specifications
Item
Model
Output voltage
Load current
ON residual voltage
OFF leakage current
Specification
F250-C55 (PNP mode)
F250-C50 (NPN mode)
12 to 24 VDC ±10%
45 mA max.
2 V max.
0.1 mA max.
Output terminal
Internal circuits
Load
COM OUT
+
Load
COM OUT
Output terminal
Do not exceed the maximum load current specified for the Controller.
*1
ON Current/ON Voltage
This refers to the current or voltage values needed to shift from the OFF→ON state.
The ON voltage value is the potential difference between each of the input terminals and COM IN.
*2
OFF Current/OFF Voltage
This refers to the current or voltage values needed to shift from the ON→OFF state.
The OFF voltage value is the potential difference between each of the input terminals and COM IN.
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Connecting through the Serial Interface
The Controller's serial interface (RS-232C/RS-422 connector or Ethernet connector) can be used to input
signals such as measurement triggers or output signals such as measurement results.Additionally, data
that has been set in the Controller can be backed up in a personal computer. The connection method is
explained here.
Refer to Section 6 Communicating with External Devices in the Operation Manual for details on
communications settings and I/O formats.
RS-232C/RS-422 Connections
Connection Examples
ƒ 1:1 Connection (Normal, Menu Operation)
SECTION 4
RS-232C cable
PC
ƒ Multi-drop Connection (Normal)
Communications between one computer and several Controllers (at most 31 Controllers) is
possible using Link Adapters.
RS-232C cable
Link Adapter
RS-422
Recommended Model
OMRON Corporation
3G2A9-AL004-E
PC
cable
RS-422 cable
Link Adapter
Link Adapter
Link Adapter
Recommended Model
OMRON Corporation
B500-AL001
RS-422 cable
Controller
Connecting through the Serial Interface
Controller
Controller
Controller
When 3G2A9-AL004-E Link Adapters are being used, termination must be set to ON in the last node in the line
and the node must be terminated as follows:
Connect 220 Ω (1/2 W min.) between RDA(-) and RDB(+).
Connect 220 Ω (1/2 W min.) between SDA(-) and SDB(+).
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Connecting External Devices
ƒ 1:1 Connection (Host Link)
RS-232C cable
Controller
PLC
SECTION 4
Connector
The Controller's RS-232C/RS-422 Connector is a 9-pin D-SUB female connector.
The pin allocation is shown below.
Connecting through the Serial Interface
Pin
Signal
Function
1
FG
Protective frame ground
2
SD
For RS-232C
3
RD
For RS-232C
4
NC
Not connected
5
RDB(+)
For RS-422
6
RDA(-)
For RS-422
7
SDB(+)
For RS-422
8
SDA(-)
9
GND
For RS-422
Signal ground
A parallel I/O cable can be assembled using the following connector and cover or equivalent
components.
Recommended Model
44
Manufacturer
Item
Plug
OMRON Corporation
XM2A-0901
Hood
OMRON Corporation
XM2S-0911
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Wiring
Keep the cable length less than 15m.
ƒ RS-232C
Controller
External device
Signal
Pin
Pin
Signal
SD
2
*
SD
RD
3
*
RD
GND
9
*
GND
RS/CS control cannot be used.
Use only shielded cable.
SECTION 4
ƒ RS-422
Connecting through the Serial Interface
Controller
External device
Signal
Pin
Pin
Signal
RDB(+)
5
*
RDB(+)
RDA(-)
6
*
RDA(-)
SDB(+)
7
*
SDB(+)
SDA(-)
8
*
SDA(-)
Use only shielded cable.
* Pin numbers on the external device will depend on the device being connected.
Refer to the manual for the personal computer or PLC being connected.
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Connecting External Devices
Connection Methods
Align the connectors and insert the cable's connector straight into the place. Tighten the
connector's mounting screws to secure the connection.
SECTION 4
Connecting through the Serial Interface
46
Turn OFF the power supply before connecting or disconnecting a Cable.
Peripheral devices may be damaged if the cable is connected or disconnected with the power ON.
The various connectors on the Controller are capped when the Controller is shipped.
When a connector is not being used, leave the cover in place or replace the cover to protect against dust,
dirt, and static electricity.
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Ethernet Connection
Connection Examples
ƒ 1:1 Connection
Use a Shielded (STP) 10 Base-T Crossover Cable to make the 1:1 connection.
The cable length must be less than 30 m.
10 Base-T Crossover Cable (STP)
(Less than 30 m)
Controller
PC
SECTION 4
Connecting through the Serial Interface
ƒ 1:N Connection
A Hub can be used to communicate with two or more Controllers from a single computer.
Use Shielded (STP) 10 Base-T Straight-through Cables to make the 1:N connections.
The cable length between the Controllers and the Hub must be less than 30 m.
PC
10 Base-T Straight-through Cable (STP)
HUB
10
Base-T
Straightthrough Cable (STP)
(Less than 30 m)
Controller
10
Base-T
Straightthrough Cable (STP)
(Less than 30 m)
Controller
10 Base-T Straight-through
Cable (STP)
(Less than 30 m)
Controller
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Connecting External Devices
Connection Methods
Align the connector with the socket and press the connector straight into place.
SECTION 4
Connecting through the Serial Interface
48
Turn OFF the power supply before connecting or disconnecting Cable.
Peripheral devices may be damaged if the cable is connected or disconnected with the power ON.
The various connectors on the Controller are capped when the Controller is shipped.
When the Ethernet interface isn't used, leave the cap in place or replace the cap to protect against dust, dirt,
and static electricity.
Setting the Controller's IP Address and Subnet Mask.
Chapter 6 Communicating with External Devices in the Operation Manual
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Q&A
55
Maintenance
57
Specifications
62
F300-Series Camera Parameters
78
Connecting a Strobe Device
79
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
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Troubleshooting
This section lists probable corrections for common hardware problems. Please check all of the
following items before requesting repairs.
Connection Errors
Problem
Probable cause
The POWER indicator is
not lit.
• The Power Supply is not connected properly.
The Video Monitor is blank.
• The power to the Video Monitor is not ON.
Reference
p.28
• The supply voltage is not 24 VDC +10%/-15%.
p.25
• The Monitor Cable is not connected properly.
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• The Video Monitor is malfunctioning.
• When using an LCD Monitor,
the power supply capacity is insufficient.
Troubleshooting
The Video Monitor image is
not clear.
• There is electrical noise entering from the power supply or
• The Monitor Cable is not connected properly.
Cannot make key inputs
from the Console.
• The Console Cable is not correctly connected.
p.25
Camera images do not
appear on the screen
(for Cameras with Light
Source)
• The Camera Cable is not correctly connected.
p.25
Camera images do not
appear on the screen
(when a standard CCTV
lens and lighting are used)
• The lens cap has not been removed.
• The lighting cable is not properly connected to the
Camera.
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• The Camera Cable is not correctly connected.
• The lens iris is opened or closed too far.
• The shutter speed is not suitable.
• The lighting method is not suitable.
50
–
cables.
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Connection Errors (continued)
Problem
The indicators do not turn
ON.
(for Cameras with Light
Source)
Probable cause
Reference
• The lighting cable is not correctly connected to the
Camera.
p.28
• Power is not being supplied to the Controller.
p.26
• When using a Camera with Intelligent Lighting,
the DIP switch pins are not set to 0.
• When using Intelligent Lighting with the F160-S2 camera
Operation
Manual
model, the number of input lines is not set to 484.
Menu Operation Errors
Problem
• The Controller is not in Monitor or Run mode.
Reference
Operation
Manual
Problem
Trigger signals (input
signals) are not received.
Probable cause
• The cables are not correctly wired.
Reference
Troubleshooting
Parallel Interface Errors
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The measurement results
are not displayed on the
Video Monitor.
Probable cause
p.36
• The signal line is disconnected.
The status of communications can be checked with the I/O
monitor.
Operation
Manual
• The Controller is not in Monitor or Run mode.
Signals cannot be output
externally.
• The trigger signal has not been input.
• The cables are not correctly wired.
p.36
• The signal line is disconnected.
The status of communications can be checked with the I/O
monitor.
Operation
Manual
• The Controller is not in Run mode.
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Serial Interface (RS-232C/RS-422) Errors
Problem
No communications are
possible.
Probable cause
• The cables are not correctly wired.
• The Controller's communications specifications do not
match those of the external device.
Reference
p.43
Operation
Manual
• The communications mode was not selected under
[System settings/Communication/Serial].
Select [Normal], [Host link], or [Menu] in the
Communications (Serial) menu.
The status of communications can be checked with the I/O
monitor.
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The Unit operates well
initially, but after a while
there is no response from
the Controller.
• The reception buffer on the external device (e.g.,
computer) is full.
Check that settings allow the data to be properly received.
Troubleshooting
Cannot perform menu
operations
from
the
computer.
• The communications mode was not set to Menu in the
Data cannot be saved.
• The Controller's communications specifications do not
[System settings/Communication/Serial].
match those of the external device.
• The flow control is turned OFF under [System settings/
Communication/Normal].
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Operation
Manual
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Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Serial Interface (Ethernet) Errors
Problem
Probable cause
Reference
No communications are
possible.
• A 10 Base-T Crossover Cable is not being used for a 1:1
p.47
connection.
• 10 Base-T Straight-through Cables are not being used for
the 1:N connections.
Power is not being supplied to the HUB, the settings are
incorrect, or the connections are incorrect.
• The personal computer's IP Address and Subnet Mask
settings are not correct or the settings are duplicated in
Operation
Manual
another device.
• The Controller's IP Address and Subnet Mask settings are
not correct or the settings are duplicated in another device.
• The IP Address set for the Controller in the computer's
communications software is incorrect.
• The communications mode was not set to [Normal] or
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[Menu] in the [System settings/Communication/Serial].
The status of communications can be checked with the I/O
monitor.
• The Controller is being accessed by another computer.
Troubleshooting
• Communications are being affected by a noise source
(such as a power line) that is too close to the Controller or
communications cables.
• Communications are not set for a TELNET connection
(TCP/IP, port 23) in the computer's communications
software.
The Unit operates well
initially, but after a while
there is no response from
the Controller.
• The reception buffer on the external device (e.g.,
The response from the
Controller is slow.
(It takes too long to
transfer data and errors
occur.)
• The IP Address of the Controller or computer is duplicated
–
computer) is full.
Check that settings allow the data to be properly received.
in another device.
Operation
Manual
• Communications are being affected by a noise source
(such as a power line) that is too close to the Controller or
communications cables.
• The network's communications load is too heavy.
• The computer's processing load is too heavy.
(A program that requires a lot of processing capacity is
being run simultaneously.)
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Problem
Cannot perform menu
operations
from
the
computer.
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Probable cause
• The communications mode was not set to Menu in the
[System settings/Communication/Serial].
Reference
Operation
Manual
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Q&A
Cameras
Questions
Answers
Are the shutter trigger
pulses synchronized when
more than one camera is
connected?
The shutter trigger pulses are not synchronized for the F160-S1, F160S2 and F150-S1A.
The timing is offset so that light from other Cameras does not enter.The
offset depends on the model of Camera that is used.
Camera 0
Camera 1
F160-S1
F160-S2
F150-S1A
tD=Approx.
500 µs
tD=Approx.
1 ms
Camera 2
Camera 3
tD
If a strobe is used, the strobe trigger signals are also offset in the same
way as the shutter trigger pulses.
Q&A
The shutter trigger pulses are synchronized for other Cameras, i.e., there
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: Shutter trigger pulses ON
is no offset.
Can more than one
internally
synchronized
Cameras be connected?
No.Only one internally syncronized Camera can be connected, and it must be
Can the F150-LT10A Light
be connected to the F160S1 or the F160-S2 Camera?
Yes, it can be connected and the following Lenses are available.
connected to Camera connector 0.
• Lens with 20 mm field of vision: F150-LE20
• Lens with 50 mm field of vision: F150-LE50
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Memory Cards
Questions
Answers
Can either of the Memory
Card slots be used?
Only the following two functions have restrictions in the slot that can be
used.
Insert the memory card in the specified slot in the following cases.
• Starting the Setup Menu: Slot 0 only
• Switching scene groups: Slot 1 only
Either slot can be used for all other functions (outputting results to a
Memory Card, saving scene data, etc.).
Cabling Errors
Questions
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A recommended OMRON
RS-232C cable is not being
used.
Answers
One of the following OMRON cables can be used. Select a cable that
works with the device being connected.
Connecting to a PC/AT or compatible computer (9-pin connector)
Q&A
• XW2Z-200S-V (2 m)
• XW2Z-500S-V (5 m)
Connecting to a SYSMAC device (9-pin connector)
• XW2Z-200T (2 m)
• XW2Z-500T (5 m)
Can
a
commercially
available cable be used
instead of the R150-VM
Monitor Cable?
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Yes, as long as it's a pin jack cable (with a yellow connector) for video
signal connection.
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Maintenance
Replacing the Light
• The Light will gradually lose brightness over time (about 20% loss after 1,500 hours of use).
Replace the Light after about 1,500 hours of use.
• Replace the Light if it is damaged or not fully functional.
F150-SL20A/SL50A
Light model
F150-LT10A
Remark
The F150-LT10A cannot be connected to the older F150-S1 Camera.
ƒ Removing the Light
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Camera base
Maintenance
Hold this part when removing
the Cable.
Light
Lighting connector
Camera cable connector
1. Disconnect the light cable from the light connector on the back of the Camera.
2. Remove the light cable from the slot in the camera base.
3. Remove the two screws securing the Light.
4. Remove the Light from the Camera.
Do not disassemble the Lens.
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ƒ Installing the Light
Camera base
Light
Lighting connector
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Camera cable connector
1. Mount the Light on the Camera.
2. Screw in the two screws that secure the Light.
3. Place the light cable in the slot in the camera base.
4. Connect the light cable to the light connector on the back of the Camera.
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F150-SLC20/SLC50 or F160-SLC20/SLC50
Field of vision
Light model
20 mm
F150-LTC20
50 mm
F150-LTC50
ƒ Removing the Light
Camera base
Light
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Hold this part when removing
Maintenance
the Cable.
1. Disconnect the light cable from the light connector on the back of the Camera.
2. Remove the light cable from the slot in the camera base.
3. Remove the two screws securing the Light.
4. Remove the two screws securing the Light.
5. Remove the Light from the Camera.
Do not disassemble the Lens.
When you want to use the Camera alone without connecting an Intelligent Lighting, use M2 × 3 screws in the
bottom of the Camera instead of the long screws removed in step 4.
The screws removed in step 3 are not needed.
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ƒ Installing the Light
Camera base
Light
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1. Mount the Light on the Camera.
2. Screw in the two screws that secure the Light.
3. Screw in the two screws that secure the Light.
4. Place the light cable in the slot in the camera base.
5. Connect the light cable to the light connector on the back of the Camera.
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Regular Inspections
To maintain the Controller in the best condition, perform the following regularly.
• Clean the Lens and LED lights with a lens-cleaning wipe or blow off dust with an aerosol air sprayer.
• Lightly wipe off dirt with a soft cloth.
Inspection point
Details
Tools required
Power supply
The voltage measured at the power supply terminals
must be 24 VDC +10%/-15%.
Circuit tester
Ambient temperature
The operating ambient temperature inside the
cabinet must be between 0 and 50°C.
Thermometer
Ambient humidity
The operating ambient humidity inside the cabinet
must be between 35% and 85%.
Installation
Each component must be firmly secured.
The Cameras must be firmly secured.
Mount the Lens on the Camera.
LED lights
All indicators must light when the power is turned ON.
• Verify that a through-image is displayed.
• When using an Intelligent Lighting, verify that the
light level settings are set to their maximum values.
Phillips screwdriver
Maintenance
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•
•
Hygrometer
Turn OFF the power and take safety precautions before conducting inspections.
Do not use thinners or benzene to clean the Controller.
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Specifications
Controller
F250-C50/C55
115 min.
(Unit:mm)
This screw hole cannot be
used.
Four M4 taps
Stopper
(for mounting) *
10 to 13
Panel thickness: T
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*㩷 The screw length L must be in the
following range: 10+T < L < 13+T
Specifications
Specification
Model
F250-C50
F250-C55
Input/Output type
NPN
PNP
Power supply
20.4 to 26.4 VDC
Current consumption Approx. 3.0 A max
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. between all DC external terminals and GR terminal (100 VDC Megger,
with internal surge absorber removed)
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz between all DC external terminals and GR terminal (with
internal surge absorber removed)
Leakage current
10mA max.
Noise resistance
2,000 V; pulse width: 50 ns; rise time: 5 ns (pulse)
Burst continuation time: 15 ms; Period: 300 ms
Vibration resistance
10 to 150 Hz; half-amplitude: 0.1 mm; maximum acceleration: 15 m/s2, 10 times for 8 minutes each in 3 directions.
Shock resistance
150 m/s2, 3 times each in 6 directions
Ambient temperature Operating: 0 to 50°C (with no condensation) Storage: -25 to 65°C (with no condensation)
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Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient environment
No corrosive gases
Ground
Class 1 (Ground resistance 100 Ω max.)
Degree of protection
IEC60529 IP20 (in-panel)
Case material
SECC-T
Battery life
Approximately 7 years when used 24 hours/day.
Weight
Approx. 3.1 kg (Controller only)
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Camera with Light
F150-SL20A/SL50A
(Unit:mm)
F150-LT10A Light
Two M4 taps,
Depth 8
1/4-20UNC tap, Depth 8
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Camera with Intelligent Lighting
F150-SLC20
Specifications
F150-LT20 Light
(Unit:mm)
Two M4 taps,
Depth 10
1/4-20UNC tap, Depth 10
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Camera with Intelligent Lighting
F150-SLC50
(Unit:mm)
F150-LTC50 Light
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Two M4 taps,
Depth 10
Specifications
1/4-20UNC tap, Depth 10
Camera Only
F150-S1A
(Unit:mm)
Light Connector (8.8 dia.)
Camera cable connector
C mount
(11.8 dia.)
Two M4 taps,
Depth 8
1/4-20UNC
Depth 8
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tap,
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Camera with Intelligent Lighting
F160-SLC20
F150-LT20 Light
(Unit:mm)
1/4-20UNC tap,
Depth 10
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Two M4 taps, Depth 10
Specifications
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Camera with Intelligent Lighting
F160-SLC50
(Unit:mm)
F150-LTC50 Light
1/4-20UNC tap, Depth 10
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Two M4 taps, Depth 10
Specifications
Camera Only
F160-S1/F160-S2
(Unit:mm)
Light
Connector
(8.8 dia.)
Camera cable
connector
(11.8 dia.)
C mount
Two M4 taps,
Depth 8
1/4-20UNC tap,
Depth 8
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Cameras
Specification
F150
-SL20A
F150
-SL50A
F150
-SLC20
F150
-SLC50
2.4W max.
F160
-SLC20
F160
-SLC50
3.4W max.
4.4W max.
F160
-S1
F160
-S2
F150
-S1A
Current
consumption
1.4W max.
Vibration
resistance
10 to 150 Hz; half-amplitude: 0.35 mm; maximum acceleration: 50 m/s2, 10 times for 8 minutes each
in 3 directions.
Shock
resistance
150 m/s2, 3 times each in 6 directions
Ambient
temperature
Operating: 0 to 50°C (with no condensation)
Ambient
humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient
environment
No corrosive gases
Camera
materials
Cover: Galvanized steel sheet metal
Case: Die-cast aluminum alloy
Camera mounting base: Fiber-reinforced plastic (black)
Light
materials
Case: ABS
Transparent cover: PC
Weight
Approx.
135 g
Approx.
135 g
Approx.
280 g
Approx.
370 g
Approx.
285 g
Approx.
375 g
F150
-SL20A
F150
-SL50A
F150
-SLC20
F150
-SLC50
F160
-SLC20
F160
-SLC50
1.7W max.
1.2W max.
Storage: -25 to 60°C (with no condensation)
––
Approx. 85g
Characteristics
F160
-S1
F160
-S2
F150
-S1A
Specifications
Camera Characteristics
Picture element 1/3" Interline CCD (reading all pixels)
Effective pixels
659 × 494 (H × V)
Synchronization External sync. via horizontal sync signal
Shutter speed
(Electronic
shutter)
F150-series: 1/100 s, 1/500 s, 1/2000 s, 1/10000 s
F160-series: 1/120 s, 1/200 s, 1/500 s, 1/1000 s, 1/2000 s, 1/4000 s, 1/8000 s, 1/20000 s
Partial scanning Disable
Lens mounting
Enable
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Approx.
80g
Disable
C mount
Lens Characteristics
Lens model
F150
-LE20
F150
-LE50
Method
Fixed focal point, fixed iris
Brightness
F2.8
Focal length
13 mm
6.1 mm
F150
-LE20
F150
-LE50
F150
-LE20
F150
-LE50
13 mm
6.1 mm
13 mm
6.1 mm
F150
-LTC50
F150
-LTC20
F150
-LTC50
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Light Characteristics
Light model
F150-LT10A
F150
-LTC20
Light source
Red LED
(Peak emission
wavelength: 680 nm)
Red and green LED combination
(Peak emission wavelengths: 660 nm and
570 nm)
Light
emission
method
Pulse emission (synchronized with the camera shutter)
Mounting
distance
61 to
71 mm
Field of vision 20 mm ×
20 mm
66 to
76 mm
15 to
25 mm
16.5 to
26.5 mm
15 to
25 mm
16.5 to
26.5 mm
50 mm ×
50 mm
20 mm ×
20 mm
50 mm ×
50 mm
20 mm ×
20 mm
50 mm ×
50 mm
––
Depends on lens being used.
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Console
F150-KP
(Unit:mm)
Specification
Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz; half-amplitude: 0.15 mm; 4 times for 8 minutes each in 3 directions
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Shock resistance 196m/s2, 3 times each in 6 directions
Ambient temperature Operating: 0 to 50°C (with no condensation)
Ambient humidity Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient environment No corrosive gases
Specifications
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Storage: -25 to 65°C (with no
Degree of protection IEC60529 IP20 (in-panel)
Minimum bending radius 75mm
Materials
Body: ABS
Cable sheathing: Heat-resistant PVC
Connector: PC and PBT
Weight
Approx. 135 g
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Console
F160-KP
(Unit:mm)
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Current consumption
Approx. 10mA
Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz; half-amplitude: 0.35 mm; maximum acceleration: 50 m/s2,10 times for
8 minutes each in 3 directions
Shock resistance
150 m/s2, 3 times each in 6 directions
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to 50°C (with no condensation) Storage: -25 to 65°C (with no condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient environment
No corrosive gases
Degree of protection
IEC60529 IP20 (in-panel)
Minimum bending radius
75mm
Materials
Body: ABS
Cable sheathing: Heat-resistant PVC
Connector: PC and PBT
Weight
Approx. 160g
Specifications
Specification
The switch on the back of the F160-KP must be set to "ENABLE".
5*+(6
'06
'5%
64+)
(
(
These keys will be disabled if the
(
(
(
(
(
(
switch is set to "DISABLE".
(
ENABLE
'0#$.'
&+5#$.''
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Camera Cable (For F150-S
F150-VS
, F160-S
Cameras)
(Unit:mm)
Specification
Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz; half-amplitude: 0.15 mm; 4 times for 8 minutes each in 3 directions
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Shock resistance
196m/s2, 3 times each in 6 directions
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to 50°C (with no condensation) Storage: -25 to 65°C (with no condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient environment
No corrosive gases
Materials
Cable sheathing: Heat-resistant PVC
Connector: Fiberglass-reinforced PC and PBT
Specifications
Minimum bending radius
75mm
Weight
Approx. 170g
Controller Connector
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Camera Connector
Signal
Pin
Pin
Power
1
1
GND
GND
2
2
Power
GND
3
3
GND
VIDEO GND
4
4
VIDEO
VD
5
5
VIDEO GND
ESCNT1
6
6
HD
VIDEO
7
7
(Open)
HD
8
8
ESCNT1
Signal
SCAN
9
9
ESCNT2
ESCNT2
10
10
INDEX
INDEX
11
11
TRG
TRG
12
12
SCAN
Shell
-
-
Shell
Connector model
Connector model
Hirose PR17A-13P-12PC
Hirose HR10A-10P-12S
(equivalent part)
(equivalent part)
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Camera Cable (For F300-S2R/S3DR/S4R Cameras)
F160-VSR3
(Unit:mm)
Specification
Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz; half-amplitude: 0.15 mm; 4 times for 8 minutes each in 3 directions
Shock resistance 196m/s2, 3 times each in 6 directions
Ambient temperature Operating: 0 to 50°C (with no condensation) Storage: -25 to 65°C (with no condensation)
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Ambient humidity Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient environment No corrosive gases
Materials
Cable sheathing: Heat-resistant PVC
Connector: Fiberglass-reinforced PC and PBT
Specifications
Minimum bending radius 75mm
Weight
Approx. 170g
Controller Connector
Camera Connector
Signal
Pin
Pin
Signal
Power
1
1
GND
GND
2
2
Power
GND
3
3
VIDEO GND
VIDEO GND
4
4
VIDEO
VD
5
5
HD GND
ESCNT1
6
6
HD
VIDEO
7
7
VD
HD
8
8
GND
SCAN
9
9
-
ESCNT2
10
10
INDEX(SI)
INDEX
11
11
TRG
TRG
12
12
VD GND
Shell
-
-
Shell
Connector model
Connector model
Hirose PR17A-13P-12PC
Hirose HR10A-10P-12S
(equivalent part)
(equivalent part)
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Camera Cable (For F300-S Cameras)
F160-VSR4
(Unit:mm)
Specification
Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz; half-amplitude: 0.15 mm; 4 times for 8 minutes each in 3 directions
196m/s2, 3 times each in 6 directions
Shock resistance
Ambient temperature Operating: 0 to 50°C (with no condensation) Storage: -25 to 65°C (with no condensation)
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Ambient humidity Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient environment No corrosive gases
Materials
Cable sheathing: Heat-resistant PVC
Connector: Fiberglass-reinforced PC and PBT
Specifications
Minimum bending radius 75mm
Weight
Approx. 170g
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Camera Connector
Signal
Pin
Pin
Signal
Power
1
1
GND
GND
2
2
Power
GND
3
3
VIDEO GND
VIDEO GND
4
4
VIDEO
VD
5
5
HD GND
ESCNT1
6
6
HD
VIDEO
7
7
VD
HD
8
8
GND
SCAN
9
9
-
ESCNT2
10
10
INDEX(SI)
INDEX
11
11
Power
TRG
12
12
VD GND
Shell
-
-
Shell
Connector model
Connector model
Hirose PR17A-13P-12PC
Hirose HR10A-10P-12S
(equivalent part)
(equivalent part)
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Monitor Cable
F150-VM
(Unit:mm)
Specification
Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz; half-amplitude: 0.15 mm; 4 times for 8 minutes each in 3 directions
Shock resistance 196m/s2, 3 times each in 6 directions
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Ambient temperature Operating: 0 to 50°C (with no condensation)
Storage: -25 to 65°C (with no condensation)
Ambient humidity Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient environment No corrosive gases
Cable sheathing: Super flame retardant PVC
Connector: PVC
Specifications
Materials
Minimum bending radius 50mm
Weight
Approx. 40g
Accessories
BNC Jack Adapter
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Parallel I/O Cable
F160-VP
(Unit:mm)
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Specification
Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz; half-amplitude: 0.15 mm; 4 times for 8 minutes each in 3 directions
Shock resistance 196m/s2, 3 times each in 6 directions
Ambient temperature Operating: 0 to 50°C (with no condensation) Storage: -25 to 65°C (with no condensation)
Specifications
Ambient humidity Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient environment No corrosive gases
Materials
Minimum bending radius 120mm
Weight
74
Cable sheathing: Heat-resistant PVC
Connector: Polyester resin
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LCD Color Monitor
F150-M05L
Mounting plate thickness: 1.6 to 4.8
(Unit:mm)
50 min.
Mounting bracket
F150-VM Monitor Cable
Tolerance: ±1 mm
Panel
opening
dimensions
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Power supply voltage 20.4 to 26.4 VDC
Current consumption 700mA max.
Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz; half-amplitude: 0.1 mm; maximum acceleration: 15 m/s2, 10 times for 8 minutes each in 3 directions.
Specifications
Specification
Shock resistance 150 m/s2, 3 times each in 6 directions
Ambient temperature Operating: 0 to 50°C (with no condensation) Storage: -25 to 65°C (with no condensation)
Ambient humidity Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient environment No corrosive gases
Degree of protection
IEC60529 IP20 (in-panel)
Materials
Case: ABS/PC Display surface: PMMA (Acrylic)
Weight
Approx. 610g
Accessories
Four mounting brackets
Characteristics
Panel size
5.5 inches (111.36 83.52 mm (H × V))
Panel type
TFT color liquid crystal
Resolution
320 × 240 dots
Image pitch
0.348 × 0.348 mm (H × V)
Contrast
85:1 (typical)
Viewable angle
25° up/down and 50° left/right (with a contrast ratio > 10)
Luminance
250 cd/m2 (typical)
Backlight
Cold cathode fluorescent light
Response speed
60 ms max.
Input signal
NTSC composite video (1.0 V/75Ω termination)
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Video Monitor
F150-M09
(Unit:mm)
Specification
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Specifications
Power supply voltage
85 to 264 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Current consumption
20 W max.
Vibration resistance
5 to 100 Hz; 0.16 mm full-amplitude or acceleration of 7.35 m/s2 (whichever
is smaller), 6 times for 10 minutes each in 3 directions
Ambient temperature
Operating:-10° to +50° Storage:-20° to +65° (with no condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 10% to 90% (with no condensation)
Ambient environment
No corrosive gases
Materials
Front: ABS plastic
Metal part: SECC (galvanized steel sheet)
Weight
Approx. 4.5kg
Characteristics
CRT size
76
9 inch (164 × 123 mm (H × V))
CRT type
Monochrome CRT
Resolution
800 TV lines min. (at center)
Method
Number of scanning lines: 600
Horizontal frequency: 15.75 kHz
Field frequency: 60 Hz
I/O impedance
75Ω, high impedance (selectable)
I/O level and polarity
Composite image signal:1 V (peak to peak)
Image: 0.7 V (peak to peak), positive
Synchronization: 0.3 V (peak to peak), negative
Input signal
NTSC composite video (1.0 V/75 Ω termination)
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Memory Cards
F160-N64S(S)
QM300-N128S
(Unit:mm)
Specification
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to 60°C (with no condensation) Storage: -25 to 85°C (with no condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 8% to 95% (with no condensation)
Ambient environment
No corrosive gases
300,000 overwrite operations
Number of pins
50 pins
Weight
Approx. 15g
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Life expectancy
Specifications
Application Software
F250-UME
(Unit:mm)
Specification
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to 60°C (with no condensation) Storage: -25 to 85°C (with no condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 8% to 95% (with no condensation)
Ambient environment
No corrosive gases
Life expectancy
300,000 overwrite operations
Number of pins
50 pins
Weight
Approx. 15g
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F300-Series Camera Parameters
Detailed parameter settings are required when a Camera other than an F150-S1A, F160-S1 or F160-S2
is connected. Make the following settings when using an F300-Series Camera.
The Camera settings window is displayed at startup and can be displayed at other times by selecting
[Camera settings] from the System Menu.
Camera settings
Camera settings(Detail)
Camera
: Others
Intelligent Lighting 0:
Out of use
Intelligent Lighting 1:
Out of use
Intelligent Lighting 2:
Out of use
Intelligent Lighting 3:
Out of use
End
Camera
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F300-S
Set the Camera model
to "Others" and select
"End".
End
Synchro- Strobe disable Shutter
Camera
Shutter
speed
nization
speed *1
Start End
Standar OFF
External
6
8
(None)
d
Sync
F300-Series Camera Parameters
F300-S2R Standar
d
SYNC External
-8
-6
1/1000
-2
0
1/2000
-2
0
1/4000
-2
0
1/10000
SYNC External -10
NON
Sync
RESET
F300-S3DR Standar
d
-8
1/1000
-2
0
1/2000
3
5
1/4000
5
7
1/10000
SYNC External -16
NON
Sync
RESET
F300-S4R Standar
d
NON
RESET
Sync
Camera Speed :
Normal
: SYNC RESET
Shutter
Synchronization :
External
Strobe disable, start : [ 0]H
Strobe disable, end : [ 0]H
Clamp pulse timing : [ 90]CLK
Clamp pulse width : [ 25]CLK
Shutter trigger width : [ 3]H
-14
1/1000
-11
-9
1/1500
-8
-6
1/2000
-6
-4
1/3000
-5
-3
1/4000
-3
-1
1/6000
-3
-1
1/8000
-2
0
1/10000
-2
0
1/30000
-2
0
1/50000
Shutter trigger External
pulse
VD
Sync
Timing Width Width Polarity
Clamp pulse
90
25
(*2)
Positive
OFF
–
90
25
7
Negative
OFF
–
90
25
7
Negative
OFF
–
90
25
7
Negative
OFF
–
*1: The shutter speed is set in the Camera itself.
*2: Set the shutter trigger pulse width to match the strobe's specifications only when a strobe is being used.
–: These settings are ignored.
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Connecting a Strobe Device
Use the camera's corresponding strobe trigger output signal (STGOUT0 to STGOUT3) to control the
strobe flash timing.
p.38, p.39
Check the strobe device's specifications and set the appropriate "Shutter trigger polarity" and "Shutter
trigger width" in the Camera settings (Detail) Menu.The Camera settings (Detail) window is displayed at
startup and can be displayed at other times by selecting Camera settings from the System Menu.
Shutter trigger
polarity
Strobe specifications
When the flash is synchronized to
the OFF-to-ON transition of the
strobe trigger signal
Shutter trigger width
The "shutter trigger width" setting determines the
pulse width W.
Can be set to match the strobe's specifications.
Positive
to
When the flash is synchronized to
the ON-to-OFF transition of the
strobe trigger signal
Note: Depending upon the timing, W may have an
error of up to 1H.
Combining an OMRON Camera and Strobe
The following table shows the timing polarity.
Use a strobe that is compatible with this timing.
Shutter trigger polarity
Shutter trigger width
F150-S1A
Positive
3H (1H = 63 µs)
F160-S1
Positive
3H (1H = 32 µs)
F300-S
Positive
Can be set to match the
F300-S2R
Negative
7H (1H = 63 µs)
Camera
F160-S2
Connecting a Strobe Device
Negative
When using a Camera other than a Double-speed
Camera:
W = Shutter trigger width setting (H) × 63 µs
(1H = 63 µs)
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When using a Double-speed Camera:
W = Shutter trigger width setting (H) × 32 µs
(1H = 32 µs)
*
*
F300-S3DR
F300-S4R
* The window used to change the shutter trigger polarity and shutter trigger pulse will not be displayed when an F150-S1A,
F160-S1 or F160-S2 Camera is connected, but the STGOUT0 to STGOUT3 signals will be output with the polarity and
width shown in the table above.
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Revision History
A manual revision code appears as a suffix to the catalog number on the front cover of the manual.
Cat. No. SCHB-736B
revision code
Revision
80
Date
Revised content
A
October 01
Original production
B
February 03
Camera Model F160-S2 addition
B
December 03
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