3Mega CMOS Camera
ID3MB-CL (B/W)
ID3MC-CL (COLOR)
Technical Manual
iDule Corporation
Table of Contents
PAGE
1.
Product Outline............................................................................................................................................... 3
2.
Handling Precautions ..................................................................................................................................... 3
3.
Specification ................................................................................................................................................... 4
3.1.General Specification ......................................................................................................................................... 4
3.2.Camera Output Signal Specification .................................................................................................................... 5
3.3.Spectral Response (Representative Value) ........................................................................................................... 6
4.
Connector ........................................................................................................................................................ 7
4.1.Camera Link 12226-1100-00PL(SUMITOMO3M) .................................................................................................. 7
4.2.Power LED ........................................................................................................................................................ 7
4.3.12pin Connector HR10A-7R-6PB(74) HIROSE .................................................................................................... 8
5.
Timing Chart ................................................................................................................................................... 9
5.1.Horizontal Synchronous Signals Timing (2Tap Base Configuration ) .................................................................... 9
5.2.Vertical Synchronous Signals Timing (2Tap Base Configuration) ......................................................................... 9
5.3.Horizontal Synchronous Signals Timing (3Tap Base Configuration ) .................................................................. 10
5.4.Vertical Synchronous Signals Timing (3Tap Base Configuration) ....................................................................... 10
5.5.Output Format ................................................................................................................................................. 11
5.6.Fixed Trigger Shutter Mode .............................................................................................................................. 12
5.7.Pulse Width Trigger Shutter Mode ..................................................................................................................... 13
6.
Partial Scan Mode ......................................................................................................................................... 14
7.
Remote Communication............................................................................................................................... 16
7.1.Command Specifications .................................................................................................................................. 17
7.2.Control Example .............................................................................................................................................. 21
8.
Dimensions ................................................................................................................................................... 27
9.
Initial Setting ................................................................................................................................................ 28
10.
Cases for Indemnity (Limited Warranty) .................................................................................................... 29
11.
CMOS Pixel Defect ........................................................................................................................................ 29
12.
Product Support ........................................................................................................................................... 29
1.
Product Outline
ID3MB-CL/ID3MC-CL is a Camera Link interfaced and 3Mega resolution camera module.
3Mega pixels CMOS sensor with diagonal length 8.9mm is utilized. Entire pixels can be read out
within 1/55.6s at 3Tap Base Configuration output.
Features
□ Global Shutter CMOS sensor is utilized.
□ Camera Link Base Configuration is supported.
□ Fixed trigger shutter mode, pulse width trigger shutter mode are operable.
□ Full frame rates are as follows.
2Tap Base Configuration
51.7fps
8bit/10bit/12bit
3Tap Base Configuration
55.6fps
8bit
2.
Handling Precautions
The camera must not be used for any nuclear equipment or aerospace equipment with which mechanical
failure or malfunction could result in serious bodily injury or loss of human life. Our warranty does not apply to
dameges or defects caused by irregular and /or abnormal use of the product.
Please observe all warnings and cautions stated below.
Our warranty does not apply to damages or malfunctions caused by neglecting these precautions.
Do not use or store the camera in the following extreme conditions :
- Extremely dusty or humid places.
- Extremely hot or cold places (operating temperature -5℃ to +45℃).
- Close to generators of powerful electromagnetic radiation such as radio or TV transmitters.
- Places subject to fluorescent light reflections.
- Places subject to unstable (flickering, etc.) lighting conditions.
- Places subject to strong vibration.
· Remove dust or dirt on the surface of the lens with a blower.
· Do not apply excessive force or static electricity that could damage the camera.
· Do not shoot direct images that are extremely bright (e.g., light source, sun, etc.), and when camera is not
in use, put the lens cap on.
· Confirm the mutual ground potential carefully and then connect the camera to monitors or computers.
AC leaks from the connected devices may cause damages or destroy the camera.
· Do not apply excessive voltage. (Use only the specified voltage.) Unstable or improper power supply
voltage may cause damages or malfunction of the camera.
· The voltage ripple of camera power DC +12V±10% shall be within ±50mV. Improper power supply
voltage may cause noises on the video signals.
· The rising time of camera power supply voltage shall be less than +10V, Max 60ms. Please avoid
noises like chattering when rising.
3.
Specification
3.1.General Specification
(1)
Image Sensor
Type
Effective Pixel Number
Cell Size
Image Circle
(2)
Video Output
Frequency
Pixel CLK
(3)
Video Output
(4)
Output Format
(5)
Sensitivity
(6)
Minimum
Illumination
(7)
(8)
Power Requirements
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
Dimensions
Weights
Lens Mount
Power Consumption
Gain
Shutter Speed
Trigger Mode
Partial Scan
Safety/
Quality Standards
(17) Durability
(18) Environment
Diagonal length 8.9mm Global Shutter (SONY
2064(H) x 1554(V)
3.45μm(H) x 3.45μm(V)
Φ8.91mm
IMX265)
85MHz (2Tap) / 66MHz (3Tap)
2064(H) x 1544(V)
2Tap Base Configuration
51.7fps
1039(H) x 1577(V) : with Blanking
3Tap Base Configuration
55.6fps
752(H) x 1577(V) : with Blanking
2Tap Base Configuration
3Tap Base Configuration
Sensor AD
12bit
Camera Link
8bit / 10bit / 12bit (3Tap Base Configuration : 8bit fixed)
B/W
F11
2000lx
Output effective pixel number
Color
F8
2000lx
(at shutter speed 1/51.7s(OFF), Gain 0dB)
B/W
F1.4
4lx
Color
F1.4
8lx
(at shutter speed 1/51.7s(OFF), Gain +12dB)
DC+12V±10% (12pin / PoCL)
typ 2.0 W
max 2.5 W
H:29.0mm W:29.0mm D:29.0mm excluding projection
Approx. 50g
C Mount
0dB ~ +12dB
OFF(1/51.7s) ~ 1/39000s (2Tap) / OFF(1/55.6s) ~ 1/40000s
Fixed Trigger Shutter Mode, Pulse Width Shutter Trigger Mode
Full Frame ~ 4 Line (4Line/Step)
Partial Area : 1area
CE
To be applied for EN55022:2006 Class B for Emission 06
To be applied for EN61000-6-2:2005 for Immunity
RoHS: Conform to RoHS
20~200 Hz, 98m/s2 (10G), X,Y and Z directions (120 min for each direction)
Vibration
Shock
No malfunction shall be occurred with 980m/s2 (100G) for ±X,±Y,±Z, 6 directions.
(without package)
Operation
-5℃ ~ +50℃ Humidity 0 ~ 90%RH
Storage
-25℃ ~ +65℃ Humidity 0 ~ 90%RH
3.2.Camera Output Signal Specification
(1)Video Output Data
Effective Video Output
2064(H) × 1544(V)
(2)Sync Signal Output
LVAL
FVAL
DVA
SP
CC2・CC3・CC4
Camera Link (LVDS)
(3)Camera Control
Signal Input
(4)Trigger Input
(5)Serial
Communication
(6)Video Signals
(at Full Frame Scan Mode)
Camera Link 入力(LVDS)
Polarity
Pulse Width
CC1(Trigger Input )
SerTC
SerTFG
Positive/Negative Selectable
White Clip Level
Setup Level
Dark Shading
FFEh
under 060h
(Address 05)
1HD(Min:12.242us) ~Approx 2 frames
(Address 06 ⇔CN1)
Camera Link (LVDS)
Camera Link (LVDS)
(Serial to Camera)
(Serial to Frame Grabber)
(at Gain 0dB, 12bit)
Both horizontal and vertical should be
under 00Fh
(7)Trigger in CN1
(8)Exposure out CN1
(9)FVAL out CN1
Low1.4V(max),High3.3V~5.0V
CN1 : 11 pin
CN1 : 6 pin
CN1 : 7 pin
(Address 06 ⇔CC1)
Low0.55V(max),High3.8V(min)
Low0.55V(max),High3.8V(min)
Trigger in CN1
5.0V
Delay approx 50 ns.
SN74LVC1G14
(TI)
2.2KΩ
100Ω
CN1 11pin
(Input)
Signal
2.2KΩ
1.0KΩ
Exposure / FVAL out CN1
5.0V
5.0V
10KΩ
Delay approx 1.2μs.
SN74LVC1G32
(TI)
100Ω
Signal
1KΩ
1KΩ
2SC4116
CN1 6pin,7pin
(Output)
3.3.Spectral Response (Representative Value)
ID3MB-CL (B/W)
ID3MC-CL (Color)
4.
Connector
4.1.Camera Link 12226-1100-00PL(SUMITOMO3M)
Connector (P1)
PIN
NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
+12V(PoCL)
X0X1X2XclkX3SerTC+
SerTFG-
PIN
NO
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
GND
X0+
X1+
X2+
Xclk+
X3+
SerTCSerTFG+
CC1- (Trigger IN -)
CC2+
CC3CC4+
GND
22
23
24
25
26
CC1+ (Trigger IN +)
CC2CC3+
CC4+12V(PoCL)
4.2.Power LED
Camera turns on LED light, when it is supplied electricity from the frame Grabber board.
4.3.12pin Connector
HR10A-7R-6PB(74) HIROSE
PIN NO
1
GND
2
Power Input (DC+12V)
3
GND
4
NC
5
GND
6
FVAL out
7
Exposure out
8
GND
9
NC
10
NC
11
Trigger in
12
GND
5.
Timing Chart
5.1.Horizontal Synchronous Signals Timing (2Tap Base Configuration )
2
0
5
7
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
~
~
Video Out
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
2
0
5
9
2
0
6
0
2
0
6
1
2
0
6
2
2
0
6
3
2
0
6
4
2057 2059 2061 2063
・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・
2058 2060 2062 2064
~
~
(Camera Link Port A)
(Camera Link Port B)
2
0
5
8
~
~
LVAL Out
DVAL Out
6 or 7 CLK
Effective Data : 1032 CLK
1H = 1038 or 1039 CLK
Camera Link CLK : 84.857143MHz
(Clock count per 1frame : 1638278)
5.2.Vertical Synchronous Signals Timing
(2Tap Base Configuration)
Video Out
V Blanking : 33H
1
5
4
4
~
~
1
~
~
DVAL Out
~
~
~
~
1
~
~
LVAL Out
~
~
FVAL Out
1
5
4
4
Effective Line : 1544H
1Frame = 1577H (19.31ms)
1H = 12.242 us
5.3.Horizontal Synchronous Signals Timing (3Tap Base Configuration )
2
0
5
6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
~
~
Video Out
1
4
7
2
5
8
3
6
9
・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・
2
0
5
8
2
0
5
9
2
0
6
0
2
0
6
1
2
0
6
2
2
0
6
3
2056
2059
2062
2057
2060
2063
2058
2061
2064
2
0
6
4
~
~
(Camera Link Port A)
(Camera Link Port B)
(Camera Link Port C)
2
0
5
7
~
~
LVAL Out
DVAL Out
64 CLK
Effective Data : 688 CLK
1H = 752 CLK
Camera Link CLK : 66.00MHz
(Clock count per 1frame : 1185904)
5.4.Vertical Synchronous Signals Timing
(3Tap Base Configuration)
Video Out
V Blanking : 33H
1
5
4
4
~
~
1
~
~
DVAL Out
~
~
~
~
1
~
~
LVAL Out
~
~
FVAL Out
1
5
4
4
Effective Line : 1544H
1Frame = 1577H (17.97ms)
1H = 11.394 us
5.5.Output Format
2Tap Base Configuration
ID3MB-CL
ID3MC-CL
2064pixel
2064pixel
D1
D2
D3
D4
D
2063
・・・
D
2064
R1
G2
R3
G4
・・・
G
2064
R
2063
G
2064
1544 Line
1544 Line
R
2063
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
3Tap Base Configuration
ID3MB-CL
ID3MC-CL
2064pixel
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
2064pixel
・・・
D
2062
D
2063
D
2064
R1
G2
R3
G4
R5
G6
・・・
G
2062
1544 Line
1544 Line
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
5.6.Fixed Trigger Shutter Mode
□
This is the mode to start exposure with external input trigger signals, and set the exposure time with serial
commands.
□
Delay time (Exposure Time Delay) from detecting trigger edge in the camera to starting exposure is as below.
TRIG IN
Exposure OUT
(Trigger Hsync : OFF)
0.15
us
Exposure OUT
(Trigger Hsync : ON)
0.15
us
max1HD
(1)
Trigger Hsync Mode OFF
: 0.15 us fixed
(2)
Trigeer Hsync Mode ON : 0.15 us + max1HD
・2Tap Base Configuration
0.15us
+ max 1HD (12.242us)
・3Tap Base Configuration
□
max 1HD (11.394us)
Triggers can be accepted even when outputting video signals.
However, trigger signals for exposure to start the next video output prior to the completion of video transmission
for the prior video output signals can not be accepted.
□
Trigger input during exposure time should be ignored. (Refer to the below A)
(A)
~
~
TRIG IN
Video Out
25H
1
FVAL Out
Exposure Time Delay
Exposure Time
(Trigger input ignore period)
~
~
8H
~
~
DVAL Out
1
5
4
4
Effective Line : 1544H
(Caution) Trigger Hsync Mode is available : Change the function ->SAVE->Camera restart
~
~
LVAL Out
~
~
~
~
SP Out
(Exposure Out)
1
5.7.Pulse Width Trigger Shutter Mode
□ This is the mode to start exposure with external input trigger signals, and set the exposure time with
pulse width of the trigger signals.
□ Delay time (Exposure Time Delay) from detecting trigger edge in the camera to starting exposure, and from
detecting trigger end edge to completing exposure is as below.
TRIG IN
Exposure OUT
(Trigger Hsync : OFF)
0.15
us
Exposure OUT
(Trigger Hsync : ON)
0.15
us
(1)
Trigger Hsync Mode OFF
(2)
Trigeer Hsync Mode ON
: 0.15 us + max1HD
・2Tap Base Configuration
max1HD
: 0.15 us fixed
0.15us
+ max 1HD (12.242us)
・3Tap Base Configuration
max 1HD (11.394us)
□ Pulse width is min. 1HD (min) to approx. 2 frames.
Functionally, there is no upper limitation, but noises such as dark noises and shadings may be noticeable
at long time exposure.
□ Triggers can be accepted even when outputting video signals.
However, trigger signals for exposure to start the next video output prior to the completion of video transmission
for the prior video output signals can not be accepted.
~
~
TRIG IN
Video Out
1
FVAL Out
Exposure Time Delay
Exposure Time Delay
Exposure Time
(Trigger input ignore period)
~
~
8H
~
~
25H
DVAL Out
1
5
4
4
Effective Line : 1544H
(Caution) Trigger Hsync Mode is available : Change the function ->SAVE->Camera restart
~
~
LVAL Out
~
~
~
~
SP Out
(Exposure Out)
1
6.
Partial Scan Mode
□ 1 partial area can be set by serial commands.
Partial Scan Setting
Partial Scan Start Position
Address : 40 - 41
Partial Scan Effective Line Number
Address : 50 – 51
Example
Video Out
FVAL
LVAL
Start
Position
スタートポジション
②
有効ライン数
Effective
Line Number
①
③
④
①
: V Blanking
: 33H fixed
②
: Partial Scan Start Position
: 120H
③
: Partial Scan Effective Line Number
: 400H
④
: Total Lines
: 433H(①+③)
□ When setting several partial scan areas, please set the start position and effective lines ->4 x n.
□ Total Lines
= V blanking line number (33H fixed) + Partial Scan Effective line numbers
Note that “Sum total of partial effective line numbers (expect V blanking lines) < 1544 should be met.
□ Frame Rate = 1 / Total lines
Time for 1 line = 12.242us (2Tap) / 11.394us (3Tap)
□ Example
Effective Line
Total Line
4H(min)
Frame Rate
2Tap Base Configuration
3Tap Base Configuration
37H
2207fps
2372fps
45H
1815fps
1950fps
133H
614fps
659fps
433H
188fps
202fps
833H
98fps
105fps
1233H
66.2fps
71.1fps
1577H
51.7fps
55.6fps
・
12H
・
100H
・
400H
・
800H
・
1200H
・
1544H(max)
7.
Remote Communication
Communication Settings
Baud Rate
:9600bps (Initial Setting)
Data
:8bit
Stop bit
:1bit
Parity
:None
XON / XOFF
:No Control
・ Send Command Format (Host to Camera)
If send a command, set the command and parameter between STX and ETX.
STX
Command
Parameter(ASCII code)
ETX
(02H)
(2byte)
(20H-7FH)
(03H)
・ Return Command Format (Camera to Host)
Normally, a camera returns a control code which is ACK or NAK.
If return value has a text message, the message is between STX and ETX.
ACK
・・・ Succeed
(06H)
NAK
・・・ Fail
(15H)
STX
command
parameter(ASCII code)
ETX
(02H)
(2byte)
(2FH- 7FH)
(03H)
・ Command list
Command
Function
SR
Set some values of resister
GR
Get some values of resister
SU
Set a user’s data
GU
Get a user’s data
CS
Save all configurations
CR
Restore all configurations
QM
Get a model name
QS
Get a serial number
QV
Get a firmware version
QE
Get a detail of error information
・・・ return message
7.1.Command Specifications
1) Set some values of resister
【Command】 Set : Resister
STX
S
R
(a)
(a)
Address
(d)
(d)
・・・
ETX
Data (Variable-length :max 16 address)
【Return Value】
Succeed
・・・
ACK
Fail
・・・
NAK
2) Get some value of resister
【Command】 Get : Resister
STX
G
R
(a)
(a)
Address
(d)
ETX
Number of data acquisition (optional)
【Return value】
Succeed
・・・
STX
A
R
(d)
(d)
・・・
ETX
Data (Data length depends on the number of acquisitions)
Fail
・・・
NAK
【Remarks】
The command gets some value of register of the specified address. The number of the acquisition is between
’0’ and ’F’( Hexadecimal ).
If appoint ’0’ at the address, the command send data of 16 address. If the command is omitted at the address,
the command send an address.
3) Set User’s data
【Command】 Set : User’s data
STX
S
U
(n)
・・・
Table No.
ETX
User’s data (fixed length :16byte)
(0~3)
【Return Value】
Succeed
・・・
ACK
Fail
・・・
NAK
【Remarks】
The commands, sets free data on the specified register, and can use 4 tables (1 table : 16 characters).
4) Get User’s data
【Command】 Get : User’s data
STX
G
U
0
ETX
Table No.
(0~3)
【Response】
Succeed
・・・
STX
A
U
(d)
(d)
・・・
ETX
User’s data (fixed length : 16byte)
Fail
・・・
NAK
5) Save all configurations
【Command】 Configuration
: Save
STX
C
S
ETX
Succeed
・・・
ACK
Fail
・・・
NAK
【Return Value】
6) Restore all configurations
【Command】 Configuration : Restore
STX
C
R
ETX
Succeed
・・・
ACK
Fail
・・・
NAK
【Return Value】
7) Get a model name
【Command】 Query : Model name
STX
Q
M
ETX
【Return Value】
Succeed
STX
・・・
R
M
(d)
(d)
・・・
ETX
Model name (Fixed length:16byte)
Fail
・・・
NAK
8) Get a serial number
【Command】 Query : Serial number
STX
Q
S
ETX
【Return Value】
Succeed
STX
・・・
R
S
(d)
(d)
・・・
ETX
Serial Number(Fixed length:8byte)
Fail
・・・
NAK
9) Get a firmware version
【Command】 Query : Version
STX
Q
【Return Value】
V
ETX
Succeed
・・・
Fail
・・・
STX
R
V
(d)
(d)
・・・
ETX
Version information (fixed length:8byte)
NAK
10) Get a detail of error information
【Command】 Query : Error
STX
Q
E
ETX
【Return Value】
Succeed
・・・
STX
R
E
(d)
Kind
Fail
・・・
(d)
(d)
ETX
Detal
NAK
Kind
Detail
0:
No Error
00:
Normal result
1:
Communication Protocol
00:
The command is undefined.
Error
01:
The command length is more than defined.
02:
The address is undefined.
03:
The value of data is undefined.
04:
The length is more than defined.
05:
The table number is undefined.
06:
The string of user data was abnormal.
00:
Internal control is abnormal.
01:
A read only address was written by the command.
02:
A protected address was written by the command.
03:
Out of range address was written by the command.
04:
The selected table number is abnormal.
05:
The value of the man acquisition area is abnormal.
06:
A function is not implemented.
2:
Internal Control Error
7.2.Control Example
1) How to check trigger shutter mode. ( The command gets a value from address 04)
【Send Command】
STX
G
R
0
4
ETX
Address 04
【Return value form camera】
STX
A
R
0
1
ETX
Data 01
【Receive Return Value】
The camera is working with a trigger shutter mode, because the command received a 01 from the camera.
2) How to check trigger shutter mode. ( The command gets consecutive 2 bytes values from address 20)
【Send Command】
STX
G
R
2
0
Address20
2
ETX
2Byte
【Receive return value】
STX
A
R
F
F
0
2
Data 02FF
【Receive return value】
The shutter mode of camera is working
from the camera.
+12dB, because the command received a 02FF(767)
ETX
3) How to set partial scan mode. (The command sets 01 for address 08)
【Send Command】
STX
S
R
0
8
Address 08
0
1
ETX
Data 01
【Return value form camera】
ACK
【Receive Return Value】
The command finished normally, because the command received ACK from the camera.
4) How to set
01FF for manual shutter. (The command set
01FF for address 24)
【Send Command】
STX
S
R
2
4
Address 24
F
F
0
1
ETX
Data 01FF
【Return value form camera】
ACK
【Receive Return Value】
The command finished normally, because the command received ACK from the camera.
5) How to save configurations of a camera. (The command send CS)
【Send Command】
STX
C
S
ETX
【Return value form camera】
ACK
【Receive Return Value】
The command finished normally, because the command received ACK from the camera.
6) How to restore the camera to initial settings. (The command send CR)
【Send Command】
STX
C
R
ETX
【Return value form camera】
ACK
【Receive Return Value】
The command finished normally, because the command received ACK from the camera.
7) How to get detail of a communication error.
【Send Command】
STX
G
R
@
0
ETX
Set the address invalid value
【Return value form camera】
NAK
【Receive return value】
The command finished abnormally, because the command received ‘NAK’ from the camera.
When the command did not finish normally, retry to send command or send to get detail of a detail error command.
【Send Command】
STX
Q
E
ETX
【Return value form camera】
STX
R
E
1
Kind1
0
2
ETX
Detail 02
【Receive Return Value】
The ‘GR’ command accessed invalid address , because the error command received kind ‘1’
and detail ‘02’.
8.Function Setting
Function
Shutter
White Balance
Address(Hex)
01
02
(Color model)
Trigger Shutter Mode
Data(Hex)
04
2Tap Base Configuration
3Tap Base Configuration
00:
1/51.7s(OFF)
1/55.6s(OFF)
01:
1/75s
1/75s
02:
1/150s
1/150s
03:
1/350s
1/350s
04:
1/500s
1/500s
05:
1/1000s
1/1000s
06:
1/2500s
1/2500s
07:
1/5000s
1/5000s
08:
1/7500s
1/7500s
09:
1/10000s
1/10000s
0A:
1/16000s
1/17000s
0B:
1/20000s
1/21000s
0C:
1/26000s
1/27000s
0D:
1/39000s
1/40000s
0E:
1/39000s
1/40000s
0F:
Manual (Address24-25)
00:
THRU
01:
3200K
02:
THRU(Spare)
03:
Manual
00:
Normal (Trigger OFF)
01:
Fixed Trigger Shutter Mode(Address 01:Shutter Speed Setting)
02:
Pulse Width Trigger Mode
Trigger Polarity
05
00:
Positive
01:
Negative
Trigger Input
06
00:
CC1
01:
11pin (HIROSE 12pin)
0 - FF:
min:0(0H) - max:255(FFH)
Slow Shutter
07
0: OFF, 255: +255 Frame time
1Frame =
2Tap Base Configuration : 19.31ms (1577H)
3Tap Base Configuration : 17.97ms (1577H)
Partial Scan
Output Mode
Output bit rate
Baud rate
08
0A
0B
10
00:
Full frame scan
01:
Partial scan
00:
2Tap Base Configuration
01:
3Tap Base Configuration
00:
8bit
01:
10bit
02:
12bit
00:
9600bps
01:
19200bps
02:
38400bps
03:
57600bps
04:
115200bps
Function
Data(Hex)
Address(Hex)
Flip/Reverse
18
LED ON/OFF
1B
00:
Normal
01:
Flip
02:
L-R Reverse
03:
Flip & L-R Reverse
00:
OFF
01:
ON
Manual Gain
20-21
0 - 78: min:0(0H) - max:120(78H)
Manual Shutter
24-25
LLHH:
0: x1(0dB), 120: x4(+12dB)
min:0(0H) - max:1567(61FH)
2Tap Base Configuration
Shutter time = 13.73us + (1568 - (Setting Value))×12.242us
min:0=19.21ms(1/51.7s) , max:1567=25.97us(1/39000s)
3Tap Base Configuration
Shutter time = 13.73us + (1568 - (Setting Value))×12.242us
min:0=17.88ms(1/55.6s) , max:1567=25.12us(1/40000s)
Manual White Balance R
28-29
LLHH:
min:0(0H) - max:767(2FFH)
0: x1(0dB), 767: x4(+12dB)
2A-2B
LLHH:
min:0(0H) - max:767(2FFH)
0: x1(0dB), 767: x4(+12dB)
2C-2D
LLHH:
min:0(0H) - max:767(2FFH)
0: x1(0dB), 767: x4(+12dB)
40-41
LLHH:
min:0(0H) - max:1540(604H)
(Color model)
Manual White Balance G
(Color model)
Manual White Balance B
(Color model)
Partial Scan
※4 x n
Start Position
Partial Scan
50-51
LLHH:
min:4(4H) - max:1544(608H)
Effective Line
※ LLHH : The data set with 2 Byte shall be set with Low Byte first, then set with High Byte.
< Example > Manual Gain(Address 20-21) ->767(02FFH)
STX
SR
21
FF
02
ETX
8.
Dimensions
(単位:mm)
9.
Initial Setting
Function
Address
Data
Shutter
01
00:
1/51.7s(OFF)
White Balance (Color model)
02
01:
3200K
Trigger Mode
04
00:
Normal (Trigger OFF)
Trigger Polarity
05
00:
Positive
Trigger Input
06
00:
CC1
Slow Shutter
07
00:
OFF
Partial Scan Mode
08
00:
Full Frame
Camera Output Mode
0A
00:
2Tap Base Configuration
Output Data Selection
0B
00:
8bit
Baud Rate
10
00:
9600bps
Output Image Flip
18
00:
Normal
LED ON/OFF
1B
01:
ON
Manual Gain
20-21
0000:
0dB
Manual Shutter
24-23
0000:
Shutter(OFF)
Manual White Balance R (Color model)
28-29
0000:
0dB
Manual White Balance G (Color model)
2A-2B
0000:
0dB
Manual White Balance B (Color model)
2C-2D
0000:
0dB
Partial Scan Start Position
40-41
0000:
Start Position 0
Partial Scan Effective Lines
50-51
0808:
Effective lines 1544
10. Cases for Indemnity (Limited Warranty)
We shall be exempted from taking responsibility and held harmless for damage or losses incurred by
the user in the following cases.
In case damage or losses are caused by fire, earthquake, or other acts of God, acts by third party,
deliberate or accidental misuse by the user, or use under extreme operating conditions.
In case indirect, additional, consequential damages (loss of business interests, suspension of
business activities) are incurred as result of malfunction or non-function of the equipment, we
shall be exempted from responsibility for such damages.
In case damage or losses are caused by failure to observe the information contained in the
instructions in this product specification & operation manual.
In case damage or losses are caused by use contrary to the instructions in this product
specification & operation manual.
In case damage or losses are caused by malfunction or other problems resulting from use of
equipment or software that is not specified.
In case damage or losses are caused by repair or modification conducted by the customer or any
unauthorized third party (such as an unauthorized service representative).
11. CMOS Pixel Defect
IDULE compensates the noticeable CMOS pixel defects found at the shipping inspection prior to our
shipment. On very rare occasions, however, CMOS pixel defects might be noted with time of usage of
the products.
Cause of the CMOS pixel defects is the characteristic phenomenon of CMOS itself and IDULE is exempted
from taking any responsibilities for them. Should you have any questions on CMOS pixel defects
compensation, please contact us.
12. Product Support
When defects or malfunction of our products occur, and if you would like us to investigate on the cause
and repair, please contact your distributors you purchased from to consult and coordinate.
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