Spark Series SP-20000M-CXP2 SP-20000C-CXP2

Spark Series
User Manual
SP-20000M-CXP2
SP-20000C-CXP2
20 MP CMOS Digital Progressive Scan
Monochrome and Color Camera
Document Version: Ver.1.7
SP-20000-CXP2_Ver.1.7_June2016
1049E-1312
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP-2
Notice
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may only be used by the purchasers of the product. JAI Ltd., Japan makes no warranty for the use of its
product and assumes no responsibility for any errors which may appear or for damages resulting from the
use of the information contained herein. JAI Ltd., Japan reserves the right to make changes without
notice.
Company and product names mentioned in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective owners.
Warranty
For information about the warranty, please contact your factory representative.
Certifications
CE compliance
As defined by the Directive 2004/108/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, EMC
(Electromagnetic compatibility), JAI Ltd., Japan declares that SP-20000M-CXP2 and SP-20000C-CXP2
comply with the following provisions applying to its standards.
EN 61000-6-3 (Generic emission standard part 1)
EN 61000-6-2 (Generic immunity standard part 1)
FCC
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Warning
Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party
responsible for FCC compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
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Contents
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Introduction ....................................................................................1.
General ...................................................................................2.
Camera composition ...................................................................3. Key features ..............................................................................4. Parts locations and their functions ...................................................4.1
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5. Input and output ......................................................................... - 11 5.1
CoaXPress interface standard........................................................................... - 11
5.2
Connectors and pin assignment ........................................................................ - 12
5.2.1
Digital Video Output (75Ω 1.0・2.3 DIN Receptacle) ....................................... - 12
5.2.2
12-Pin connector ..................................................................................... - 12
5.2.2.1
Figure ............................................................................................. - 12
5.2.2.2
Pin configuration ............................................................................... - 12
5.2.3
AUX Connector
Hirose 10-Pin connector .................................................... - 13
5.3
Digital In and out inteface .............................................................................. - 13
5.3.1
Line Selector ......................................................................................... - 13
5.3.2
Line Source ........................................................................................... - 14
5.3.3
Line Mode ............................................................................................. - 15
5.3.4
Line Inverter .......................................................................................... - 15
5.3.5
Line Status ............................................................................................ - 15
5.3.6
Line Format ........................................................................................... - 15
5.3.7
GPIO .................................................................................................... - 16
5.3.7.1
Basic block diagram ............................................................................ - 16
5.3.7.2
Input and output matrix table ............................................................... - 17
5.4 Optical Interface ........................................................................................... - 18
5.4.1
Recommended External Input circuit diagram for customer ................................ - 18
5.4.2
Recommended External Output circuit diagram for customer .............................. - 18
5.4.3
Characteristics of optical interface ............................................................. - 19
5.5
Pulse Generator ........................................................................................... - 19
5.5.1
Clock Pre-scaler...................................................................................... - 20
5.5.2
Pulse Generator Selector ........................................................................... - 20
5.5.3
Pulse Generator Length ............................................................................ - 20
5.5.4
Pulse Generator Start Point ....................................................................... - 20
5.5.5
Pulse Generator End Point ......................................................................... - 21
5.5.6
Pulse Generator Repeat Count .................................................................... - 21
5.5.7
Pulse Generator Clear Activation ................................................................. - 21
5.5.8
Pulse Generator Clear Sync Mode ................................................................ - 21
5.5.9
Pulse Generator Clear Source ..................................................................... - 22
5.5.10
Pulse Generator Inverter ......................................................................... - 23
5.5.11
Pulse Generator setting parameters ............................................................ - 23
5.5.12
Associated GenICam register information ..................................................... - 24
6.
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Sensor layout, output format and timing ........................................ - 25 -
6.1
Sensor layout .............................................................................................. - 25
6.1.1
Monochrome sensor ................................................................................. - 25
6.1.2
Bayer sensor .......................................................................................... - 25
6.2
Camera output format (Tap Geometry) .............................................................. - 26
6.2.1
1X–1Y ................................................................................................... - 26
6.3
Output timing and output image ....................................................................... - 27
6.3.1
Horizontal timing .................................................................................... - 27
6.3.2
Vertical timing ....................................................................................... - 30
6.3.3
ROI (Region Of Interest) ............................................................................ - 31
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6.3.4
Mirroring function ...................................................................................
6.3.5
Multi ROI function ...................................................................................
6.3.5.1
Multi ROI setting parameters .................................................................
6.3.5.2
Associated GenICam register information .................................................
6.4
Digital output bit allocation ............................................................................
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Operating modes ...................................................................... - 37 -
7.1.
Acquisition control (change the frame rate) ........................................................
7.1.1
Acquisition control ..................................................................................
7.1.2
The relationship between Link Configuration and Acquisition Frame Rate ...............
7.1.3 Calculation of frame rate(In Continuous Trigger mode) ....................................
7.1.4
Associated GenICam register information .......................................................
7.2.
Exposure control .........................................................................................
7.2.1
Exposure Mode .......................................................................................
7.2.2
ExposureTime ........................................................................................
7.2.3
Behavior if Trigger Overlap is set to Readout ..................................................
7.2.4
ExposureAuto .........................................................................................
7.3.
Trigger operation ........................................................................................
7.3.1
Trigger Selector ......................................................................................
7.3.2
Trigger Mode .........................................................................................
7.3.3
TriggerSource ........................................................................................
7.3.4
TriggerActivation ....................................................................................
7.3.5
Triggeroverlap .......................................................................................
7.3.6
Associated GenICam register information .......................................................
7.4.
Normal continuous operation (Timed Exposure Mode/Trigger Mode OFF).....................
7.5.
Timed mode (EPS) .......................................................................................
7.5.1
If Overlap setting is OFF ............................................................................
7.5.2
If Overlap setting is Readout ......................................................................
7.5.3
GPIO TTL output timing if Trigger Overlap is OFF .............................................
7.5.4
GPIO TTL output timing if Trigger Overlap is Readout ........................................
7.6
Trigger width mode (PWC) ..............................................................................
7.6.1
If Overlap setting is OFF ............................................................................
7.6.2
If Overlap setting is Readout ......................................................................
7.6.3
Minimum trigger interval calculation formula (Trigger Overlap = OFF) ...................
7.6.4
Minimum trigger interval calculation formula (Trigger Overlap = Readout) ..............
7.7
PIV (Particle Image Velocimetry) ......................................................................
7.8
Sequence ROI Trigger ....................................................................................
7.8.1
Trigger Sequence ....................................................................................
7.8.2
Command Sequence .................................................................................
7.8.3
Typical minimum trigger interval of Sequence ROI Trigger ..................................
7.8.4
Defaul Sequence Index Table ......................................................................
7.8.5
Sequence ROI setting parameters ................................................................
7.8.6
Associated GenICam register information .......................................................
7.9.
Operation and function matrix ........................................................................
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8.1
Black level control ........................................................................................
8.1.1
Black Level Selector ................................................................................
8.1.2
Black Level............................................................................................
8.1.3
Auto black control ...................................................................................
8.1.4
Associated GenICam register information .......................................................
8.2
Gain control................................................................................................
8.2.1
Gain Selector .........................................................................................
8.2.2
Gain ....................................................................................................
8.2.3
Gain Auto .............................................................................................
8.2.4
Balance White Auto .................................................................................
8.2.5
Associated GenICam register information .......................................................
8.3.
LUT .........................................................................................................
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8.3.1
LUT Enable ............................................................................................ - 72
8.3.2
LUT Index ............................................................................................. - 72
8.3.3
LUT Value ............................................................................................. - 72
8.3.4
Associated GenICam register information ....................................................... - 72
8.4
Gamma...................................................................................................... - 72
8.5
Shading Correction ....................................................................................... - 73
8.6
Blemish compensation ................................................................................... - 74
8.7
ALC .......................................................................................................... - 75
9.
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Camera Settings ........................................................................ - 77 -
9.1
9.2
Camera Control Tool ..................................................................................... - 77 Camera Default Settings ................................................................................. - 77 -
10.
11.
External appearance and dimensions ......................................... - 78 Specifications ........................................................................ - 79 -
11.1.
11.2.
Camera spectral response ............................................................................ - 79 Specification table ..................................................................................... - 80 -
Appendix ...................................................................................... - 82 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Precautions ................................................................................................... - 82
Typical Sensor Characteristics............................................................................. - 82
Caution when mounting a lens on the camera ......................................................... - 82
Caution when mounting the camera ..................................................................... - 82
Exportation ................................................................................................... - 83
References .................................................................................................... - 83
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Introduction
EMVA 1288
With regard to signal to noise ratio in this manual, specifications measured by EMVA 1288 are used
together with specifications by a traditional measurement method.
EMVA 1288 is a more complete measurement that considers multiple noise sources, including random
noise, pattern noise, and shading. Additionally, EMVA 1288 incorporates temporal variances in pixel
output by capturing 100 frames of data and computing the RMS variations over the captured frames.
Because of the comprehensive nature of the noise analysis and the additional consideration for RMS
variances over time, EMVA 1288 SNR measurements are inherently lower than the traditional SNR
measurements given by manufacturers. However, the comprehensive nature combined with rigid test
parameters, means that all manufacturers’ are measuring their products equally and EMVA 1288 tested
parameters can be compared among different manufacturers’ products.
In order to learn more about EMVA 1288, please visit http://www.emva.org
Interface
The SP-20000-CXP2 employs CoaXPress as an interface system. In order to connect the camera to a PC, it
requires the use of a Frame Graber board and the appropriate coaxial cable(s). The maximum video
transfer rate per coaxial cable is 6.25 Gbps. In addition to video information, power and control signals
can be transferred to the camera over this interface. For detailed specifications, please refer to
―JIIA-NTF-001-2010‖ published by Japan Industrial Imaging Association, http://www.jiia.org.
Computer used for SP-20000 series
In order to get proper performance from this camera, it is necessary to use a PC equipped with a PCIe 2.0
slot with a size and capacity of 16 lanes or higher (x16 or x32).
Frame grabber boards used with SP-20000 series
As the SP-20000-CXP2 employ CoaXPress as an interface system, a CoaXPress-compliant frame grabber
board is required. Both cameras have two CoaXPress interface connectors and it is recommended that a
frame grabber board with more than two interface connectors be used in order to maximize camera
performance.
Cables used with SP-20000 series
For the CoaXPress interface, coaxial cables are used. In the SP-20000-CXP2, they use 75Ω 1.0/2.3 DIN
receptacles (Amphenol ACX1785-ND or equivalent). The coaxial cable used to connect the camera must
have a 75Ω 1.0/2.3 DIN-type plug at the camera side. An ordinary BNC cable cannot be used.
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1.
General
The SP-20000-CXP2 cameras are members of JAI’s new ―Spark Series.‖ They provide both high resolution
and a high frame rate with excellent image quality for machine vision applications. The SP-20000M-CXP2
is a monochrome progressive scan COMS camera and the SP-20000C-CXP2 is the equivalent Bayer mosaic
progressive scan CMOS camera. Both are equipped with CMOS sensors offering a 35mm full size image
format, a resolution of 20 million pixels, and a 4:3 aspect ratio. They provide 30 frames per second for
continuous scanning with 5120 x 3480 full pixel resolution for both monochrome and raw Bayer output.
8-bit, 10-bit or 12-bit output can be selected for both monochrome and raw Bayer formats. 24-bit (3 x
8-bit) in-camera color interpolation is also selectable in the color model. The new cameras feature a
CoaXPress interface with two coaxial cables which is capable of supporting a ―Power over Coaxial Cable‖
capability. A full pixel readout or partial scan readout mode can be selected depending on applications.
The readout format is available as an 8-tap output.
The SP-20000-CXP2 have various comprehensive functions needed for automated optical inspection
applications, such as solid state device inspection or material surface inspection. They incorporate video
processing functions such as a look-up table, flat field shading compensation and blemish compensation
in addition to fundamental functions such as trigger, exposure setting and video level control.
The latest version of this manual can be downloaded from: www.jai.com
The latest version of the JAI SDK for the SP-20000-CXP2 can be downloaded from: www.jai.com
For camera revision history, please contact your local JAI distributor.
2.
Camera composition
The standard camera composition is as follows.
Camera body
1
Sensor protection cap
1
Dear Customer (sheet)
1
The following optional accessories are available.
Tripod base
Power supply unit
MP-42
PD-12 series
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3.
Key features
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New Spark Series, 35mm full size, CMOS 20-megapixel progressive scan camera with global shutter
Utilizes CoaXPress interface with two cables configuration
Aspect ratio 4:3, 5120(H) x 3480(V) - 20 million effective pixels
6.4 μm square pixels
S/N 53 dB for monochrome and 51 dB for color
8-bit, 10-bit or 12-bit output for monochrome and Bayer color, plus 3 x 8-bit RGB for color with
in-camera color interpolation
30 frames/second with full resolution in continuous operation for CXP6_X2 Link Configuration
Supports ROI (Region Of Interest) modes for faster frame rate
0 dB to +24 dB gain control for both SP-20000-CXP2 models
299μs (1/100,000) to 8 seconds exposure control in 1 μs step
Auto exposure control
Timed and trigger width exposure control
PIV and sequential trigger modes for specific applications
ALC control with combined function of AGC and auto exposure
Various pre-processing circuits are provided
Programmable LUT
Gamma correction from 0.45 to 1.0
Flat field correction
Bayer white balance with manual or one-push auto (SP-20000C-CXP2 only)
Blemish compensation
Color interpolation
New Hirose 10P connector for TTL IN and OUT and LVDS IN interface
F-mount for lens mount
Accepts power over Coaxial cable
Setup by Windows XP/Vista/7 via serial communication
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4.
Parts locations and their functions
4.1
Parts locations and their functions
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Lens mount
AUX 10-pin connector
LED
12-pin connector
LINK 1
LINK 2
CXP#2
CXP#1
Mounting holes
F-mount (Note *1)
AUX Connector for TTL IN/OUT and LVDS IN
Indication for power and trigger input
DC and trigger input
LINK Status indication for CXP#1
LINK Status indication for CXP#2
CoaXPress No.2 connector
CoaXPress No.1 connector (Note*2)
Holes for mounting tripod base or direct installation.
Depth 5 mm (Note*3)
*1) Note1: Rear protrusion on F-mount lens must be less than 14.0 mm.
*2) Note2: When one coaxial cable is used, CXP#1 must be used.
*3) Note3: The part number for the tripod adapter plate (with 1/4"-20 thread) is MP-42 (option).
Fig. 1
Locations
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4.2
Rear Panel
The rear panel mounted LED provides the following information:
Power connected – initiating
This light goes OFF after initiating.
In the process of changing Link Configuration
 Steady green: Camera is operating in Continuous mode
 Flashing green: The camera is receiving external triggering
POWER/TRIG
 Amber:
Note: The interval of flashing does not correspond with external
trigger duration.
DC IN /TRIG
AUX
LIN K-1
LINK-2
CXP-1 CXP-2
Fig. 2
LINK1, LINK 2
 Steady green: Acquisition Active, Outputting video
 Flashing green: Acquisition Wait
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5. Input and output
5.1
CoaXPress interface standard
The SP-20000-CXP2 use CoaXPress as their interface. CoaXPress is a PLUG-AND-PLAY interface and
connects the camera and the frame grabber board by coaxial cable(s). Its maximum transfer rate is 6.25
Gbps per one coaxial cable. Additionally, CoaXPress interface supports power supplied through the
coaxial cable as well as communication signals. In the CoaXPress interface, multiple coaxial cables can
be used in order to achieve a faster transfer rate or a reduced transfer rate can be used to extend the
cable length.
In the SP-20000-CXP2, a 2 coaxial cable system is used.
Master Link
Data/Trigger/GPIO/Control
Trigger/GPIO/Control
Power
Camera
Frame Grabber Board
Extension Link
The distance between camera and frame grabber board depends on the bit rate of the video and the
cable used. Among the unique features of CoaXPress is its ability to supply DC power and provide trigger
timing accuracy.
The maximum power supply per one cable is 13W with DC+24V voltage. If the system uses 2 cables, it will
be 26W. The accuracy of the trigger is ±2 ns at 3.125 Gbps.
The CoaXPress compliance labeling is assigned to the following five cable types and the maximum bit
rate and transmission length is indicated in the table below.
Compliance Labeling
CXP-1
CXP-2
CXP-3
CXP-5
CXP-6
Maximum Operational Bit Rate per coax
(Gbps) and transmission length
1.250 (up to 212 m)
2.500 (up to 185 m)
3.125 (up to 169 m)
5.000 (up to 102 m)
6.250 (up to 68 m)
In the SP-20000-CXP2, the maximum bit rate is 6.25 Gbps per one cable and the power supply is available
on the CXP#1 connector only.
The following link configurations with the reference to pixel format are use in SP-20000-CXP2.
Table – 1
Model
SP-20000-CXP2 Link Configuration
Pixel format
Link configuration
SP-20000M-CXP2
SP-20000C-CXP2
Mono 8/10/12
Mono 8/10/12
Mono 8/10/12
Mono 8/10/12
Bayer 8/10/12/RGB
Bayer 8/10/12/RGB
Bayer 8/10/12/RGB
Bayer 8/10/12/RGB
CXP6_X2
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X2
CXP3_X1
CXP6_X2
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X2
CXP3_X1
Bit rate / cable
6.250
6.250
3.125
3.125
6.250
6.250
3.125
3.125
Gps
Gps
Gps
Gps
Gps
Gps
Gps
Gps
Used
BNC cable
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
For the details of the specifications, please refer to ―JIIA-NTF-001-2010‖ published by Japan Industrial
Imaging Association, http://www.jiia.org.
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5.2
Connectors and pin assignment
5.2.1
Digital Video Output (75Ω 1.0・2.3 DIN Receptacle)
Type: CoaXPress Connector (ACX1785-ND Amphenol Connector or equivalent)
CXP#1
PoCXP compliant
CXP#2
Maximum Bit Rate per one coax: 6.25 Gbps
Maximum Bit Rate per two coax: 12.5 Gbps
Note: If one coaxial cable is used, CXP#1 must be used.
5.2.2
12-Pin connector
5.2.2.1
Figure
Type: HR-10A-10R-12PB (72) Hirose male or equivalent.
Fig.3
Hirose 12-pin connector
5.2.2.2
Pin configuration
Table – 2
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
12-pin configuration
Signal
Remarks
GND
DC input
+12V ~ +24V (note 3)
GND
NC
OPTO IN-
OPTO IN+
OPTO OUT OPTO OUT+
TTL out 1
TTL In 1
DC input
GND
Line 5
Line 2
Line1 (note 1)
Line4 (note 2)
+12V ~ +24V (note 3)
Note 1) Factory default setting is Exposure Active and negative
Note 2) Factory default setting is trigger input.
Note 3) See page 6 for notes about power options for these cameras
Note: If power is supplied from both the 12-pin connector and CoaXPress, the power from the 12-pin is
active. If power from the 12-pin is interrupted, the operation depends on how power was initially
connected. Please refer to the following:
The order of power supply connections
First 12-pin, then CoaXPress
First CoaXPress, then 12-pin
If the power supply from 12-pin is interrupted
The power is supplied from CoaXPress
The power is supplied from CoaXPress but the
camera is not restarted.
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5.2.3
AUX Connector
Hirose 10-Pin connector
Type: HIROSE 10-Pin Connector 3260-10S3 (55)
8
1
Fig. 4
Hirose 10p
connector
Table-3
Pin configuration for Hirose 10P
No
I/O
Name
TTL OUT2
1
O
TTL OUT3
2
O
TTL IN2
3
I
NC
4
GND
5
LVDS IN1+
6
I
LVDS IN17
I
NC
8
GND
9
GND
10
5.3
Note
Line8
Line9
Line10
Line11
Digital In and out interface
In the SP-20000-CXP2, the software control tool can assign the necessary signals used in the system to
digital inputs and outputs.
5.3.1
Line Selector
In the Line Selector, the following input and output signals can be assigned.
Table – 4 Line Selectors
Line Selector item
Description
Line 1 TTL OUT 1
TTL output from #9 pin of DC In/Trigger HIROSE 12-Pin on the rear
Line 2 OPTO OUT 1
Optical output from #7 and 8 pins of DC In/Trigger HIROSE 12-Pin on the rear
Line 8 TTL OUT 2
TTL output from #1 pin ―AUX‖ HIROSE 10-Pin on the rear
Line 10 TTL OUT 3 t
TTL output from #2 pin ―AUX‖ HIROSE 10-Pin on the rear
NAND 0 In 1
First input at first NAND gate in GPIO
NAND 0 In 2
Second input at first NAND gate in GPIO
NAND 1 In 1
First input at second NAND gate in GPIO
NAND 1 in 2
Second input at second NAND gate in GPIO
Note: In the line source, input interfaces besides those mentioned above will be shown but
the line source setting is not available. The input interface can be configured in the trigger
source and the pulse generator source.
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5.3.2
Line Source
Line source signal can be selected from the following table to connect it to the line item which is
selected in the line selector.
Table-5
Line Source
Line Source item
Description
Low
Connect Low Level signal to line item selected in Line Selector, Default setting
High
Connect High Level signal to line item selected in Line Selector
Acquisition Trigger Wait
Connect Acquisition Trigger Wait signal to line item selected in Line Selector
Acquisition Active
Connect Acquisition Active signal to line item selected in Line Selector
Frame Trigger Wait
Connect Frame Trigger Wait signal to line item selected in Line Selector
Frame Active
Connect Frame Active signal to line item selected in Line Selector
Exposure Active
Connect Exposure Active signal to line item selected in Line Selector
FVAL
Connect FVAL signal to line item selected in Line Selector
LVAL
Connect LVAL signal to line item selected in Line Selector
PulseGenerator0 Out
Connect Pulse Generator 0 signal to line item selected in Line Selector
PulseGenerator1 Out
Connect Pulse Generator 1 signal to line item selected in Line Selector
PulseGenerator2 Out
Connect Pulse Generator 2 signal to line item selected in Line Selector
PulseGenerator3 Out
Connect Pulse Generator 3 signal to line item selected in Line Selector
Line 7 - CXP IN
Connect CXP IN signal to line item selected in Line Selector
(Trigger Packet)
Line 4 – TTL IN 1
Connect TTL IN 1 signal to line item selected in Line Selector
Line 5 – OPTO IN 1
Connect OPTO IN 1 signal to line item selected in Line Selector
User output 0
Connect User output 0 signal to line item selected in Line Selector
User output 1
Connect User output 1 signal to line item selected in Line Selector
User output 2
Connect User output 2 signal to line item selected in Line Selector
User output 3
Connect User output 3 signal to line item selected in Line Selector
Nand0 Out
Connect NAND 0 signal to line item selected in Line Selector
Nand1 Out
Connect NAND 1 signal to line item selected in Line Selector
Line 10 TTL IN 2
Connect TTL IN 2 signal to Line 10
Line 11 LVDS IN
Connect LVDS IN signal to Line 11
Note: (1) The user output is the trigger signal generated by software in PC for the camera.
(2) As for LVAL, some line items cannot be connected. Refer to ―5.3.6.2 GPIO matrix table‖
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5.3.3
Line Mode
Indicates the status of the item selected in Line Selector. (INPUT or OUTPUT)
Table – 6
Associated GenICam register information
GenICam Name
Line Selector
Line Mode
Line Inverter
5.3.4
Access
R/W
RO
R/W
Line Status
RO
Line Source
R/W
Line Format
RO
Values
Line1,2,4,5,7~11
NAND 0 In1 to 2
NAND 1 In1 to 2
Output
Input
False
True
False
True
Low
High
Acquisition Trigger Wait
Acquisition Active
Frame Trigger Wait
Frame Active
Exposure Active
FVAL
PG0 to 3
User out0 to 3
TTL In1
Opt In
CXP In (Trigger Packet)
Nand0 to 1
TTL In2
LVDS In1
TTL
LVDS
Opto
CXP
Category
Digital I/O Control
Digital I/O Control
Digital I/O Control
Digital I/O Control
Digital I/O Control
Digital I/O Control
Line Inverter
Inverts the signal polarity for the item selected in Line Selector. False=Positive, True=Negative)
5.3.5
Line Status
Indicates the status of the selected signal (input or output) (True=High, False=Low)
5.3.6
Line Format
Indicates the interface category of input and output for the selected signal.
Category: No connect, TTL, LVDS and OPTO coupled
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5.3.7
GPIO
GPIO is a general interface for input and output and controls the I/O for trigger signals and other valid
signals and pulse generators. By using this interface you can control an external light source, make a
delay function for an external trigger signal, or make a precise exposure setting together with a PWC
trigger.
5.3.7.1
Basic block diagram
The basic block diagram is as follows.
In the SP-20000-CXP2, the pixel clock is fixed at 40 MHz, even though the sensor clock is selectable in
Link Configuration setting.
Sel Bit (5,0)
Sel Bit (7)
Soft Trigger
LVAL IN
INV
Trigger 2 (Frame Start)
FVAL IN
GPIO 1 (TTL OUT 1)
Exposure Active
GPIO 8 (TL OUT 2)
GPIO 9 (TTL OUT 3)
Acquisition Trigger Wait
Sel Bit (7)
Acquisition Active
Frame Trigger Wait
Frame Active
INV
INV N
User output 0
User output 1
User output 2
Cross Pont
Switch
Gate 1
Gate 2
NAND
User output 3
Sel Bit (7)
INV
Non INV
GPIO 4 (TTL IN 1)
Pulse
Pulse
Pulse
Pulse
GPIO 5 (OPTO IN 1)
GPIO 7 (CXP IN)
GPIO 10 (TTL IN2)
Generator
Generator
Generator
Generator
0
1
2
3
Clear IN
Pulse Generator
20 bit counter x 4
CLR
GPIO 11 (LVDS IN)
Clock IN
Pixel Clock
12 bit Counter
Fig.5
GPIO interface
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5.3.7.2
Input and output matrix table
The relation between input and output is as follows.
NAND 1 In 1
NAND 1 In 2
NAND 2 In 1
NAND 2 In 2
Pulse Generator 0
Pulse Generator 1
Pulse Generator 2
Pulse Generator 3
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NAND 0 Out
NAND 1 Out 1
User Output 0
User Output 1
User Output 2
User Output 3
Line 10 - TTL IN 2
Line 11 - LVDS IN
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Line 1 - TTL OUT 1
Source signal
(Cross point switch input)
Low
High
Soft Trigger
Acqusition Trigger Wait
Acqusition Active
Exposure Active
Frame Trigger Wait
Frame Active
FVAL
LVAL
Pulse Generator 0
Pulse Generator 1
Pulse Generator 2
Pulse Generator 3
Line 4 - TTL In1
Line 5 - OPTO IN 1
Line 7 - CXP IN
Trigger Packet
Pulse Generator
Selector
Line Selector
Acquisition Start
point switch output)
Trigger
Selector
Frame Start
Table - 7
GPIO matrix table
Selector (Cross
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Source
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Pulse Generator
Clear Source
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP-2
5.4 Optical Interface
SP-20000-CXP2 is equipped with opto-isolated inputs and outputs, providing galvanic separation between
the camera’s inputs/outputs and peripheral equipment.
In addition to galvanic separation, the opto-isolated inputs and outputs can cope with a wide range of
voltages; the voltage range for inputs is +3.3V to +24V DC whereas outputs will handle +5V to +24V DC.
The following drawing is the concept of photo coupler
Fig.6 Photo coupler
Recommended External Input circuit diagram for customer
User
side
JAI
SP Series CAMERA
side
BF545C
HIROSE_12PIN
180CS
S
D
180CS
G
USER POWER
+3.3V to +24V
HIROSE_12PIN
TLP2366
1
6
1SS400
5.4.1
5
3
TC7WG14FK
3
5
IN
4
Fig.7 Example of external input circuit
5.4.2
Recommended External Output circuit diagram for customer
User
side
JAI
SP Series CAMERA
side
7
TLP109(TPR,E)
HIROSE_12PIN
6
USER POWER
1
180BS
HIROSE_12PIN
1SS400
5
+5V to +24V
220BS
4
3
TC7WG14FK
100KBS
OUT
270
2SC6033
Fig.8
220BS
Example of external output circuit
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1
OUT
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP-2
5.4.3
Characteristics of optical interface
The relationship of the input signal to the output signal through the optical interface is as follows.
User Power(VCC)
270Ω
Time Delay Rise
Rise Time
Time Delay Fall
Fall Time
3.3V
5V
12V
TDR (us)
0.54
0.54
0.62
0.68
RT
(us)
1.2
1.2
2
3
TDF (us)
FT (us)
1.5
3.6
1.5
3.4
2.4
4.5
2.1
6.8
Fig.9
5.5
SP-20000
24V
User
Power
270Ω
Output line
Voltage
Optical interface characteristics
Pulse Generator
The SP-20000-CXP2 has a frequency divider using the sensor clock as the basic clock and four pulse
generators. In each Pulse Generator, various Clear settings are connected to GPIO.
The following shows Pulse Generator default settings.
Table - 8
Pulse Generator default settings
Display Name
Clock Pre-scalar
Value
1
Pulse Generator
Length Start
Point
End
Repeat
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Pulse Generator
Point
Count
Source
Inverter
Activation Sync
Selector
Mode
1
0
1
0
Off
True
Off
Async Mode
- Pulse Generator 0
- Pulse Generator 1
1
0
1
0
Off
True
Off
Async Mode
1
0
1
0
Off
True
Off
Async Mode
- Pulse Generator 2
- Pulse Generator 3
1
0
1
0
Off
True
Off
Async Mode
Note: When Pulse Generator Repeat Count is set to ―0‖, the camera is operating in free-running mode.
However, based on the above default settings, Length=1, Start Point=0 and End Point=1, Pulse Generator stops at
High output. Therefore, if Start Point =0 and End Point=1 are configured, Length should be ―2‖ as the minimum
active width.
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5.5.1
Clock Pre-scaler
Clock pre-scaler (Divide Value) can set the dividing value of the frequency divider (12-bit
length) and the sensor clock are used for this. Four built-in pulse generators work by the
same clock. In the SP-20000-PMCL, the sensor pixel clock is 40 MHz .
5.5.2
Pulse Generator Selector
This is where you select one of the 4 pulse generators in order to set or modify its
parameters.
Table - 9
Pulse Generator setting
Trigger
item
Selector
Pulse Generator 0
Pulse Generator 1
Pulse Generator 2
Pulse Generator 3
Description
If Pulse Generator 0 is selected, Length, Start Point, End Point, Repeat Count, Clear Source, Clear
Inverter, Clear Activation and Clear Sync Mode of Pulse Generator 0 are displayed under the
selector.
If Pulse Generator 1 is selected, Length, Start Point, End Point, Repeat Count, Clear Source, Clear
Inverter, Clear Activation and Clear Sync Mode of Pulse Generator 1 are displayed under the
selector.
If Pulse Generator 2 is selected, Length, Start Point, End Point, Repeat Count, Clear Source, Clear
Inverter, Clear Activation and Clear Sync Mode of Pulse Generator 2 are displayed under the
selector.
If Pulse Generator 3 is selected, Length, Start Point, End Point, Repeat Count, Clear Source, Clear
Inverter, Clear Activation and Clear Sync Mode of Pulse Generator 3 are displayed under the
selector.
Pulse generator
Clear source IN
(Clear activation
= Rising edge
Clear SYNC mode
= Async)
Pulse generator repeat count = N
(Pulse generator length x N)
Pulse generator
length
Pulse generator
length
Pulse generator
length
Pulse generator
Output
0
0
0
Pulse generator End point
Pulse generator Start point
Fig.10
5.5.3
Pulse Generator pulse construction
Pulse Generator Length
Set the counter up value (number of clocks, refer to Table 12) for the selected pulse
generator. If Repeat Count value is “0”, and if Pulse Generator Clear signal is not input, the
pulse generator generates the pulse repeatedly until reaching this counter up value.
5.5.4
Pulse Generator Start Point
Set the active output start count value for the selected pulse generator.
However, please note that a maximum 1 clock jitter for the clock which is divided in the clock
pre-scaler can occur.
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5.5.5
Pulse Generator End Point
Set the active output ending count value for the selected pulse generator.
5.5.6
Pulse Generator Repeat Count
Set the repeating number of the pulse for the selected pulse generator. After Trigger Clear
signal is input, the pulse generator starts the count set in Repeat Count. Accordingly, an active
pulse which has a start point and end point can be output repeatedly.
However, if Repeat Count is set to ―0‖, it works as free-running counter.
5.5.7
Pulse Generator Clear Activation
Set the clear conditions of clear count pulse for the selected pulse generator.
5.5.8
Pulse Generator Clear Sync Mode
Set the count clear method for the selected pulse generator.
In case of Async Mode, if the clear signal is input during the length setting value, the counter
will stop counting according to the clear signal input.
In case of Sync Mode, if the clear signal is input during the length setting value, the counter
will continue to count until the end of the length setting value and then clear the count.
Both modes clear the repeat count when the counter is cleared.
(Example 1) Clear Activation = Rising Edge, Clear Sync Mode = Async Mode,
Clear Inverter = False
Pulse
Generator
Clear Source In
Pulse
Generator
Output
Clear
↓
0
Fig.11
Counter clear in Async mode
(Example 2) Clear Activation = Rising Edge, Clear Sync Mode = Sync Mode,
Clear Inverter = False
Pulse
Generator
Clear Source In
Pulse
Generator
Output
Clear
0
↓
0
Pulse
Generator
Length
Fig.12
Note: Repeat Count is also reset.
Counter clear in Sync mode
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5.5.9
Pulse Generator Clear Source
The following clear source can be selected as the pulse generator clear signal.
Table - 10
Pulse generator clear source
Pulse Generator
Clear Source
item
Low
High
Acquisition Trigger
Wait
Acquisition Active
Frame Trigger Wait
Frame Active
Exposure Active
FVAL
LVAL
PulseGenerator0
Out
PulseGenerator1
Out
PulseGenerator2
Out
PulseGenerator3
Out
Line 7 – CXP IN
(Trigger Packet)
Line 4 - TTL IN 1
Description
Connect Low level signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
generator.
Default setting
Connect High level signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
generator.
Connect Acquisition Trigger Wait signal to Clear Source for the selected
pulse generator.
Connect Acquisition Active signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
generator.
Connect Frame Trigger Wait signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
generator.
Connect Frame Active signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
generator.
Connect Exposure Active signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
generator.
Connect FVAL signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse generator.
Connect LVAL signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse generator.
Connect Pulse Generator 0 output to Clear Source for the selected pulse
generator.
Connect Pulse Generator 1 output to Clear Source for the selected pulse
generator.
Connect Pulse Generator 2 output to Clear Source for the selected pulse
generator.
Connect Pulse Generator 3 output to Clear Source for the selected pulse
generator.
Connect CXP IN signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse generator.
Connect TTL IN 1 signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse generator.
Connect OPTO IN 1 signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
Line 5 – OPTO IN1
generator.
Connect NAND 0 output signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
Nand0 Out
generator.
Connect NAND 1 output signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
Nand1 Out
generator.
Connect User Output 0 signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
User Output 0
generator.
Connect User Output 1 signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
User Output 1
generator.
Connect User Output 2 signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
User Output 2
generator.
Connect User Output 3 signal to Clear Source for the selected pulse
User Output 3
generator.
Line 10 TTL IN 2
Connect TTL 2 IN signal to LINE 10.
Line 11 LVDS IN
Connect LVDS 1 IN signal to Line 11
Note: The pulse generator output cannot be used as the clear input to the same pulse
generator. Refer to ―5.4.7.2.GPIO matrix table‖.
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5.5.10
Pulse Generator Inverter
Clear Source Signal can have polarity inverted.
5.5.11
Pulse Generator setting parameters
Table - 11
Pulse Generator setting parameters
Display Name
Value
Clock Pre-scaler
Pulse Generator Clock (MHz)
Pulse Generator Selector
1 to 4096
[Pixel Clock: 40 MHz ]÷[Clock Pre-scaler]
- Pulse Generator 0
- Pulse Generator 1
- Pulse Generator 2
- Pulse Generator 3
1 to 1048575
([Clock Source]÷[Clock Pre-scaler])-1 x [Pulse Generator Length]
[ Pulse Generator Length (ms)]-1
0 to 1048574
([Clock Source]÷[Clock Pre-scaler])-1 x [Pulse Generator Start Point]
1 to 1048575
([Clock Source]÷[Clock Pre-scaler])-1 x [Pulse Generator End Point]
[ Pulse Generator End Point (ms)]-[ Pulse Generator Start Point (ms)]
0 to 255
- Off
- High Level
- Low level
- Rising Edge
- Falling Edge
- Async mode
- Sync mode
- Low
- High
- Acquisition Trigger Wait
- Acquisition Active
- Frame Trigger Wait
- Frame Active
- Exposure Active
- FVAL
- LVAL
- PulseGenerator0
- PulseGenerator1
- PulseGenerator2
- PulseGenerator3
- Line 7 – CXP IN (Trigger Packet)
- Line 4 – TTL IN 1
- Line 5 – OPTO IN 1
- Nand0 Out
- Nand1 Out
- User Output 0
- User Output 1
- User Output 2
- User Output 3
- Line 10 - TTL 2 In
- Line 11 - LVDS 1 In
- False
- True
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Pulse Generator Length
Pulse Generator Length (ms)
Pulse Generator Frequency (Hz)
Pulse Generator Start Point
Pulse Generator Start Point (ms)
Pulse Generator End Point
Pulse Generator End Point (ms)
Pulse Generator pulse-width (ms)
Pulse Generator Repeat Count
Pulse Generator Clear Activation
Clear Mode for the Pulse Generators
- Pulse Generator Clear Sync Mode
- Pulse Generator Clear Source
- Pulse Generator Inverter(Polarity)
Pulse Generator Clear Inverter
Note: 1. If Pulse Generator Repeat Count is set to ―0‖, the pulse generator works in free-running mode.
2. The output of the same pulse generator cannot be connected to Clear input.
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5.5.12
Associated GenICam register information
Table – 12
Associated GenICam register information
GenICam Name
Pre-scaler
Pulse Generator
Selector
Pulse Generator
Length
Pulse Generator
Start Point
Pulse Generator
End Point
Pulse Generator
Repeat Count
Access
Category
R/W
1 to 4096
Pulse Generators
R/W
PG0 to PG3
Pulse Generators
R/W
0 to 1048575
Pulse Generators
R/W
0 to 1048575
Pulse Generators
R/W
0 to 1048575
Pulse Generators
R/W
0 to 255
Pulse Generators
Pulse Generator
Clear Activation
R/W
Pulse Generator
Clear Source
R/W
Pulse Generator
Invertor
Pulse Generator
Sync Mode
Values
R/W
R/W
Free Run
High Level
Low Level
Rising Edge
Falling Edge
Low
High
Soft
Acquisition Trigger Wait
Acquisition Active
Frame Trigger Wait
Frame Active
Exposure Active
FVAL
PG0 to 3
User out0 to 3
TTL in
Opto1 in
CXP in (Trigger Packet)
Nand0 to 1
True
False
Async Mode
Sync Mode
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Pulse Generators
Pulse Generators
Pulse Generators
Pulse Generators
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP-2
6.
Sensor layout, output format and timing
6.1
Sensor layout
The CMOS sensors used in the SP-20000-CXP2 have the following pixel layout.
6.1.1
Monochrome sensor
Pixel (0,0)
5120 Pixels
Fig. 13
6.1.2
3840 Pixels
F
Monochrome sensor layout
Bayer sensor
Pixel (0,0)
3840 Pixels
F
5120 Pixels
Fig. 14
Color sensor layout
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6.2
Camera output format (Tap Geometry)
Table - 13
Output format
Camera output format
Pixel format
Refer to drawing
1X–1Y
8-bit, 10-bit, 12-bit, RGB 8-bit 6.2.1
Note: The camera output description is based on GenICam SFNC Ver.1.5.1.
6.2.1
1X–1Y
1X–1Y is 1-tap readout system specified in GenICam Tap Geometry and it outputs as the following.
Step X = 1
Tap 1
X2
Y1
X3
Y1
X4
Y1
X5
Y1
X6
Y1
X7
Y1
X8
Y1
X5113
Y1
X5114
Y1
X5115
Y1
X5116
Y1
X5117
Y1
X5118
Y1
X5119
Y1
X5120
X5120
Y1
Y1
X1
Y2
X5120
Y2
X1
Y3839
X5120
Y3839
Height = 3840 Pixel
Pixel(0,0)
X1
Y1
Step Y = 1
X1
Y3840
X2
Y3840
X3
Y3840
X4
Y3840
X5
Y3840
X6
Y3840
X7
Y3840
X8
Y3840
X5113
Y3840
X5114
Y3840
X5115
Y3840
Width = 5120 Pixels
Fig. 15
1X–1Y output system
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X5116
Y3840
X5117
Y3840
X5118
Y3840
X5119
Y3840
X5120
X5120
Y3840
Y3840
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP-2
6.3
6.3.1
Output timing and output image
Horizontal timing
The horizontal frequency depends on the link configuration. The following chart and tables explains the
details.
In the SP-20000M-CXP2, the horizontal frequency does not change when horizontal binning is effective,
and therefore, the frame rate is not increased.
FVAL Active
Internal FVAL
(a) LVAL Active
(b)
Internal LVAL
(c) H-Offset
DVAL Active
Internal DVAL
Internal DATA
(d)
Exposure Active
Fig.16
Horizontal timing
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Table – 14 Horizontal formats in continuous trigger (1/2)
Camera Settings
Offset Y
0
3840
0
5120
0
1920
0
2560
0
3840
0
2560
0
1920
0
5120
0
3840
0
5120
0
1920
0
2560
0
3840
0
2560
0
1920
0
5120
0
3840
0
5120
0
1920
0
2560
0
3840
0
2560
0
1920
0
1X_1Y
1X_1Y
1X_1Y
Vertical
Height
5120
Horizontal
Offset X
CXP3
_X1
Binning
Width
CXP6
_X1
or
CXP3
_X2
Tap
Geometry
Link
Configuration
CXP6
_X2
ROI
1
(Off)
1
(Off)
2
(On)
2
(On)
1
(Off)
1
(Off)
2
(On)
2
(On)
1
(Off)
1
(Off)
2
(On)
2
(On)
1
(Off)
2
(On)
1
(Off)
2
(On)
1
(Off)
2
(On)
1
(Off)
2
(On)
1
(Off)
2
(On)
1
(Off)
2
(On)
(a)
(b)
(c)
LVAL
Active
LVAL
Non-Active
H-Offset
[Unit:
Clock]
[Unit:
Clock]
[Unit:
Clock]
320
0.5
0
320
321
0
160
160.5
0
160
481
0
640
1
0
640
642
0
320
321
0
320
962
0
640
1
0
640
642
0
320
321
0
320
962
0
(d)
Exposure
Active Start
to
LVAL
Active Start
0.512
[Unit: us]
LSB
0.512
8
or
8.523
0.512
0.512
or
or
8.523
or
23.838
or
23.838
or
16
16
47.676
15.630
15.630
16
16
15.630
15.630
8
16
7.815
7.815
8
8
7.815
7.815
Step
(Typ.
)
16
16
47.676
16
Note: (1) The horizontal frequency is not doubled if horizontal binning is ON.
(2) If vertical binning is ON, the horizontal frequency becomes half.
(3) H-Offset: The period from the LVAL Active start to DATA Active start
(4) If the next frame is exposed while the image is read out in the vertical binning mode, the exposure control is controlled
by 0.5 line.
(5) ―(d)Exposure Active Start to LVAL Active Start ―has 1 clock difference due to the jitter in LVAL Non Active period.
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Table – 15 Horizontal formats in continuous trigger (2/2)
Camera Settings
Horizontal
Frequency
Horizontal
Period
[Unit: Clock]
[Unit: kHz]
[Unit: us]
0
3840
0
5120
0
1920
0
2560
0
3840
0
2560
0
1920
0
5120
0
3840
0
5120
0
1920
0
2560
0
3840
0
2560
0
1920
0
5120
0
3840
0
5120
0
1920
0
2560
0
3840
0
2560
0
1920
0
1
(Off
)
1
(Off
)
2
(On)
1
(Off)
320.5
124.805
8.013
2
(On)
641
62.402
16.025
1
(Off)
320.5
124.805
8.013
2
(On)
1
(Off
)
1
(Off
)
2
(On)
2
(On)
1
(Off
)
1
(Off
)
2
(On)
2
(On)
2
(On)
641
62.402
16.025
1
(Off)
641
62.402
16.025
2
(On)
1282
31.201
32.050
641
62.402
16.025
1282
31.201
32.050
1
(Off)
641.
31.201
32.050
2
(On)
1282
15.601
64.100
641
31.201
32.050
1282
15.601
64.100
Vertical
5120
Horizontal
Offset Y
1X_1Y
Height
1X_1Y
1Line
Total
Clock
Binning
Offset X
CXP3
_X1
1X_1Y
Width
CXP6
_X1
or
CXP3
_X2
Tap
Geometry
Link
Configuration
CXP6
_X2
ROI
1
(Off)
2
(On)
1
(Off)
2
(On)
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6.3.2
Vertical timing
In Continuous Trigger operation, the output timing relation is as follows.
The SP-20000M-CXP2 supports H-Binning and V-Binning functions, but the frame rate is not
increased.
FVAL Active (A)
FVAL Active (A)
(B)
(B)
Internal FVAL
Internal FVAL
(C) V-Offset
(C) V-Offset
0 Line
0 Line
Internal LVAL
Internal LVAL
Internal DVAL
Internal DVAL
DVAL Active (A)
DVAL Active (A)
Internal DATA
Internal DATA
(F) Exposure End
FVAL Active
Start
(F) to
Exposure
End to
FVAL Active Start
Exposure Active
Exposure Active
(E) Exposure time
(Max)
(E) Exposure
time (Max)
(D)
(D)
Exposure time Exposure
(Min)
time (Min)
Fig. 17
Vertical timing relation
Table – 16 Vertical formats in Continuous Trigger (1/2)
Camera Settings
Offset
Y
Horizontal
Vertical
7.5
Height
1X_1Y
15.0
0
3840
0
1
1
5120
0
1920
0
1
2
2560
0
3840
0
2
1
2560
0
1920
0
2
2
5120
0
3840
0
1
1
5120
0
1920
0
1
2
2560
0
3840
0
2
1
2560
0
1920
0
2
2
5120
0
3840
0
1
1
5120
0
1920
0
1
2
2560
0
3840
0
2
1
2560
0
1920
0
2
2
Offset
X
1X_1Y
30.0
5120
Width
CXP3
_X1
1X_1Y
Acquisition
Frame
Rate
CXP6
_X1
or
CXP3
_X2
Tap
Geometry
Link
Configuration
CXP6
_X2
Binning
1:OFF, 2:ON
ROI
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(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
FVAL
Active
FVAL
Non
-Active
V -Offset
Exposure
Time
(Min)
[Unit: Line]
[Unit: Line]
[Unit:
Line]
[Unit: us]
3840
1920
3840
1920
321.1
160.6
321.1
160.6
0
10.0
3840
1920
3840
1920
320.6
160.3
320.6
160.3
0
10.0
3840
1920
3840
1920
320.6
160.3
320.6
160.3
0
10.0
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP-2
Table – 17 Vertical formats in Continuous Trigger (2/2)
Camera Settings
Vertical
7.5
Horizontal
1X_1Y
0
1
1
5120
0
1920
0
1
2
2560
0
3840
0
2
1
2560
0
1920
0
2
2
5120
0
3840
0
1
1
5120
0
1920
0
1
2
2560
0
3840
0
2
1
2560
0
1920
0
2
2
5120
0
3840
0
1
1
5120
0
1920
0
1
2
2560
0
3840
0
2
1
2560
0
1920
0
2
2
Offset
Y
CXP3
_X1
15.0
3840
Height
1X_1Y
0
Offset
X
CXP6
_X1
or
CXP3
_X2
30.0
5120
Width
1X_1Y
Acquisition
Frame
Rate
Tap
Geometry
Link Configuration
CXP6
_X2
(E)
(F)
Frame
Rate
Exposure
Time
(Max.)
Exposure
End
to
FVAL
Active
Start
[Unit: Hz]
[Unit: us]
30.000
[Acquisition Frame Rate
Raw] - 250us
= 33333-250
=33083
Binning
1:OFF, 2:ON
ROI
15.000
[Unit:
Line]
ROUNDDOWN(
[Acquisition Frame Rate
Raw] - 250us
= 66667-250
=66417
7.500
[Acquisition Frame Rate
Raw] - 500us
= 133333-500
=132833
[Unit: us]
38.1
305.225
19.0
305.225
38.1
305.225
19.0
305.225
19.0
305.225
9.5
305.225
19.0
305.225
9.5
305.225
19.0
610.424
9.5
610.424
19.0
610.424
9.5
610.424
Note: (1) In the SP-20000-CXP2, the frame rate control is done in steps of 1 μs unit. Therefore, FVAL Non Active conversion has tolerance.
(2) Even if the horizontal binning is ON, the horizontal frequency is not doubled. Therefore, the vertical frequency is not
increased.
(3) If the vertical binning is ON, the horizontal frequency becomes half. Therefore, if the height is half, the vertical frequency
is not doubled.
(4) In the SP-20000-CXP2, the frame rate can be varied in steps of 1 μs. ―(B) FVAL NON Active in the table XX will be varied.
(5) V-Offset: The period from FVAL Active Start to 1st LVAL Active Start
6.3.3
ROI (Region of Interest)
In the SP-20000-CXP2, a subset of the image can be output by setting Width, Height, Offset-X, and
Offset-Y. If the height is decreased, the number of lines read out is decreased and as the result, the
frame rate is increased. However, in the horizontal direction, the horizontal frequency is not changed
if the width is decreased. In the SP-20000-CXP2, the minimum width is ―8‖ and minimum height is ―2‖.
Readout area
Setting example (1)
Binning Horizontal = 1
Binning Vertical
=1
Mirroring = Off
OffsetX
Width
3840 Height Max
OffsetY
Height
5120 Width Max
Fig. 18
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setting example (No binning)
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP-2
Setting example (2)
Binning Horizontal = 2
Binning Vertical
=2
Mirroring = Off
Readout area
Width
1920 Height Max
OffsetX
OffsetY
Height
2560 Width Max
Note: Binning is available only for
SP-20000M-CXP2.
Binning can be used in horizontal,
vertical, or both directions.
Fig.19
Setting example (Binning)
Table – 18 Trigger / ROI setting examples (1/2)
Camera Settings
ROI
Vertical
Horizontal
Offset Y
2/3 Screen
- Center
1/2 Screen
- Center
1/4 Screen
- Center
1/8 Screen
- Center
Height
2/3 Screen
- Center
1/2 Screen
- Center
1/4 Screen
- Center
1/8 Screen
- Center
Full Line
Offset X
Full Line
Width
設定
参考
Binning
Width
Max
Height
Max
Max
Offset
X
Value
Width and
Offset
X
Step
Max
Offset
Y
Value
CXP6
_X2
CXP6
_X1
or
CXP3
_X2
Heigh
t
Step
Offs
et
Y
Step
CXP3
_X2
5120
0
3840
0
1
(Off)
1
(Off)
5120
3840
0
8
8
8
0
2
1
3408
856
2560
640
1
(Off)
1
(Off)
5120
3840
1712
8
8
8
1280
2
1
960
1
(Off)
1
(Off)
5120
3840
2560
8
8
8
1920
2
1
1
(Off)
5120
3840
3840
8
8
8
2880
2
1
2560
1280
1920
1280
1920
960
1440
1
(Off)
640
2240
480
1680
1
(Off)
1
(Off)
5120
3840
4480
8
8
8
3360
2
1
2560
0
1920
0
2
(On)
2
(On)
2560
1920
0
8
8
8
0
1
1
1704
428
1280
320
2
(On)
2
(On)
2560
1920
856
8
8
8
640
1
1
480
2
(On)
2
(On)
2560
1920
1280
8
8
8
960
1
1
2
(On)
2560
1920
1920
8
8
8
1440
1
1
2
(On)
2560
1920
2240
8
8
8
1680
1
1
1280
640
960
640
960
480
720
2
(On)
320
1120
240
840
2
(On)
Note: Setting restrictions
1. [Width Max] = 5120, [Height Max] = 3840 (H and V Binning Off) (If it is On, the value is 1/2)
2. [Max Offset X Value] = [Width Max] - [Width] :Maximum value which Offset X can be set
3. [Max Offset Y Value] = [Height Max] - [Height]:Maximum value which Offset Y can be set
4. [Width and Offset X Step]:The step number which Width and horizontal offset can be shifted
5. [Height and Offset Y Step]:The step number which Height and vertical offset can be shifted 。
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6.3.4
Mirroring function
SP-20000-CXP2 has the ability to reverse the image vertically, horizontally, or both vertically and
horizontally. If ROI readout is used, ROI image can be read out after the image is reversed.
The following drawings are setting examples of mirror image.
Setting example 2
Binning Horizontal = 1
Binning Vertical
=1
Mirroring = Horizontal
Setting example 1
Binning Horizontal = 1
Binning Vertical
=1
Mirroring = Off
OffsetX
OffsetX
Width
Width
3840 Height Max
Height
5120 Width Max
5120 Width Max
Setting example 4
Binning Horizontal = 1
Binning Vertical
=1
Mirroring = Horizontal & Vertical
Setting example 3
Binning Horizontal = 1
Binning Vertical
=1
Mirroring = Vertical
OffsetX
Width
3840 Height Max
OffsetY
OffsetX
Height
Width
OffsetY
3840 Height Max
Height
3840 Height Max
OffsetY
OffsetY
Height
5120 Width Max
5120 Width Max
Fig 20 Mirror setting examples
Table – 19
The start pixel and line for SP-20000C-CXP2
Start Line
Start Pixel
OFF
R&G
R
Horizontal
R&G
G
Vertical
B&G
G
Horizontal & Vertical
B&G
B
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6.3.5
Multi ROI function
This function divides one frame image into a maximum of 8 images vertically and reads out all areas in
one frame. In this function, width is the same for all 8 images. The multi ROI function is enabled if [Video
Sending Mode] is set to ―Multi ROI‖.
Table – 20 Multi ROI Index table default values
Multi ROI Index Max
1
Multi ROI Width
5120
Multi ROI
Offset
Height
Multi ROI
Index Selector
- Index 0
- Index 1
- Index 2
- Index 3
- Index 4
- Index 5
- Index 6
- Index 7
6.3.5.1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
X
Y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Multi ROI setting parameters
(1) Multi ROI Index Max:Setting value 0 ~ 7
Maximum 8 ROI settings are possible in a frame. Set Index 1 through 8 in Multi ROI Index
table as an application requires.
(2) Multi ROI Width
The setting range and Step number are the same as the normal ROI setting in which
[Width] plus [Offset X] should be equal to [Width Max]. In Multi ROI operation, the
maximum offset value in index 1 to index 8 is the object in this calculation.
(3) Multi ROI Index Selector:
Index 0 to 7 can be selected. [Height], [Offset X], and [Offset Y] of the selected Multi ROI
Index are displayed and can be set.
(4) Multi ROI Offset X:
Offset X can be set for each ROI area of Multi ROI Index 0 to 7.
The restriction for setting Step and other factors are the same as the normal ROI setting.
As described before, in Multi ROI operation, Multi ROI Width is a common width setting for
Multi ROI Index 0 to 7.
(5) Multi ROI Height:
Height can be set for each ROI area of Multi ROI Index 0 to 7.
The restriction for setting Step and other factors are the same as the normal ROI setting.
(6) Multi ROI Offset Y:
Offset Y can be set for each ROI area of Multi ROI Index 0 to 7.
The restriction for setting Step and other factors is the same as the normal ROI setting.
The summary of Multi ROI Height value of index 1 to 8 should be less than Height Max.
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ROI setting explanation if Multi ROI Index Max is set to 4
Index 4
Offset X
Index 2
Offset X
Index 1
Offset X
Index 3
Offset X
Index 1
Offset Y
Index 1 Height
Index 2
Offset Y
Index 2 Height
Index 3
Offset Y
Index 3 Height
Index 4
Offset Y
V-Binning Off
Height Max
= 3840
Index 4 Height
H-Binning Off
Width Max = 5120
Video output of Multi ROI
[Width]=
[Multi ROI Width]
]
[Height]=
[Index 1 Multi ROI Height]+
[Index 2 Multi ROI Height]+
[Index 3 Multi ROI Height]+
[Index 4 Multi ROI Height]
Note:
If Multi ROI function is used, the frame grabber board that is used should be set as follows.
Horizontal pixel number is [Multi ROI Width]. Vertical pixel number is the aggregate of [Multi ROI
Height] as configured.
Fig. 21
Multi ROI output image
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6.3.5.2
Associated GenICam register information
Table – 21
Associated GenICam register information
GenICam Name
Video Send Mode Selector
R/W
Multi
Multi
Multi
Multi
Multi
Multi
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
ROI
ROI
ROI
ROI
ROI
ROI
Index
Width
Offset X
Height
Offset Y
Index Max
Values
Normal Mode
Trigger Sequence
Command Sequence
Multi Mode
Index 0 to Index 7
8 to 5120
0 to 5120 – Multi ROI Width
2 to 3840
0 to 3840 – Multi ROI Height
1 to 8
Category
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
Digital output bit allocation
Table – 22 Digital output video level
CCD out
Black
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Color
0%
8-bit
8LSB
Digital Out
10-bit
32LSB
12-bit
128LSB
100%
222LSB
890LSB
3560LSB
115%
255LSB
1023LSB
4095LSB
1023
White Clip Level
890
100% Level
Digital Out [LSB]
6.4
Access
32
0
Fig. 22
Black Level
25
Analog Out [mV]
700 800
Bit allocation (10-bit)
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7.
Operating modes
7.1.
Acquisition control (change the frame rate)
7.1.1
Acquisition control
With Trigger OFF and in free-running mode, the default frame rate of the camera is based on the
specified ROI. The smaller the ROI, the faster the default frame rate. However, it is possible to specify a
free-running frame rate that is slower than the default rate. This can be useful when a longer exposure
time is needed for a specific ROI.
Modification of the frame rate is done by entering a value in the AcquisitionFrameRate control
corresponding to the frequency to be allocated to each frame period. Allowed values range from the
frequency required for the default frame rate to a maximum of 0.125Hz (8 seconds).
The setting range is:
The shortest
Inverse number of time
required to drive all pixels in
the area set by ROI command
or
inverse number of time
required to transmit one
frame data
to
The longest
to
0.125 Hz = 8 seconds
Note:
1. If the trigger is set to ON, this function is not available.
2. The value for setting is the frequency (Hz).
3. The minimum interval of a frame depends on reading out time. If the setting value is less than
time required for the minimum period, this setting is ignored and camera automatically operates
at the minimum period (frequency).
Self-running (Trigger OFF) works under the following conditions.
Exposure Mode: OFF
Exposure Mode: Timed and Frame start OFF
Exposure mode: Trigger width and Frame start OFF.
7.1.2
The relationship between Link Configuration and Acquisition Frame Rate
Table – 23 The relationship between Link Configuration and Acquisition Frame Rate
Type
Image
Size
Tap
Geometry
Pixel
Format
Acquisition
Frame Rate
(Max.
Value)
SP-20000M-CXP2
Mono 8/10/12
CXP6_X2
30
5210(H)
Mono 8/10/12
CXP6_X1
15
x
1X_1Y
Mono 8/10/12
CXP3_X2
15
3840(V)
Mono 8/10/12
CXP3_X1
7.5
SP-20000C-CXP2
BayerRG 8/10/12
30
CXP6_X2
RGB8
15
5210(H)
BayerRG 8/10/12
15
CXP6_X1
x
1X_1Y
RGB8
7.5
3840(V)
BayerRG 8/10/12
15
CXP3_X2
RGB8
7.5
BayerRG 8/10/12
CXP3_X1
7.5
Note: When the link configuration is changed, it will take a maximum of 10 seconds. While changing
the link configuration, the camera LED lights in amber and after changed, it will turn to green.
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Link
Configuration
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP-2
7.1.3
Calculation of frame rate(In Continuous Trigger mode)
Table – 24 Calculation of frame rate
Camera Settings
Link
Configuration
Sensor
Clock
CXP6_X2
Acquisiton Frame Rate Minimum Value setting formula
[Unit:us]
Binning
Vertical
40MHz
1 (Off)
ROUNDDOWN((([Height] x 320.5) + 102600 ) ÷ 40MHz x
10^6)
ROUNDDOWN((([Height] x 641) + (102600÷2) ) ÷ 40MHz x
10^6)
ROUNDDOWN((([Height] x 641) + 205240 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6)
2 (On)
CXP3_X2
or
CXP6_X1
40MHz
CXP3_X1
20MHz
1 (Off)
2 (On)
ROUNDDOWN((([Height] x 1282) + (205240÷2) ) ÷ 40MHz x
10^6)
ROUNDDOWN((([Height] x 641) + 205220 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6)
1 (Off)
2 (On)
ROUNDDOWN((([Height] x 1282) + (205220÷2) ) ÷ 20MHz x
10^6)
Note: (1)
As the horizontal frequency is doubled with Binning Vertical ON, even though the height
becomes 1/2, the frame rate is not changed.
(2) If Binning Horizontal is set to ON, the horizontal frequency is not changed and
therefore,
the frame rate is not changed.
7.1.4
Associated GenICam register information
Table - 25 Associated GenICam register information
GenICam
Name
Access
Values
Category
R/W
0.125 to 30
Acquisition Control
R/W
33333 to 8000000
Acquisition Control
Acquisition
Frame Rate
Acquisition
Frame Rate Raw
Note: faster frame rates than described in the above table cannot be set.
7.2.
Exposure control
This function sets how to expose the object.
7.2.1
Exposure Mode
The exposure mode can be selected from the following three ways.
Table – 26
Exposure Mode setting
OFF
Timed
Trigger Width
Exposure operation
No exposure control (free-running operation)
Exposure operation at the value set in Exposure Time. Setting value is usec unit.
・If Trigger Mode setting is OFF, the camera is in free-running operation.
・If Trigger Mode setting is ON, the exposure operation depends on the setting of
Trigger Option.
The exposure is controlled by the pulse width of the external trigger.
・Trigger Mode is forced to ON.
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For trigger operation, Exposure Mode must be set to something other than OFF and Trigger Mode of
Frame Start must be ON.
If Exposure Mode is set at Timed, the exposure operation can be selected as follows by setting Trigger
Option
Table – 27
Trigger option
Trigger Option setting
OFF
PIV
Exposure operation
Timed (EPS) mode
PIV (Particle Image Velocimetry) mode
The effect of the combination of Exposure Mode, Trigger Option and Trigger Mode is as follows.
Table – 28
The combination of Exposure Mode, Trigger Option and Trigger Mode
Exposure Mode
OFF
Trigger Option
Trigger Mode
(Frame Start)
invalidity
Invalidity
OFF
OFF
Timed
ON
Trigger Width
Table – 29
PIV
Forced to ON
invalidity
Forced to ON
Operation
Self-running operation
Exposure control by Exposure Time
is not possible
Self-running operation
Exposure control by Exposure Time
is not possible
Timed (EPS) Operation
Exposure can be controlled by
Exposure Time
PIV Operation
Exposure can be controlled by
Exposure Time
Exposure is controlled by the pulse
width of the external trigger
Associated GenICam register information
GenICam Name
Access
Exposure Mode
R/W
Trigger Mode
R/W
Trigger Option
R/W
Values
Off
Timed
Trigger Width
Off
On
Off
PIV
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Acquisition Control
Acquisition Control
JAI-Custom
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP-2
7.2.2
Exposure Time
This command is effective only when Exposure Mode is set to Timed. It is for setting exposure
time. The setting step for exposure time is 1 μsec per step.
Minimum:
Maximum:
10 μsec (Note: The actual exposure time is 299µ
8 seconds (When Frame Start Trigger Mode is ON)
Note: The actual exposure time is added the values listed in the following table against the
setting exposure time due to the sensor characteristics. However, Exposure Active signal is
not the actual exposure time, but the setting exposure time.
Link Configuration
CXP6_X2
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X2
CXP3_X1
Sensor actual exposure time
Exposure Time + 289us
Exposure Time + 577us
Note:
In free-running mode with the frame start trigger set to OFF, the maximum setting value of the
exposure time is limited by the frame rate setting.
Although 8 seconds is the maximum frame rate setting, the upper limit of the exposure time setting
value (for all configurations except CXP3_X1) is 7,999,750 µsec., which is 250 µsec. shorter than the
maximum. In the case of CXP_X3, it is 500 µsec. shorter.
In EPS trigger operation, where Exposure Time is not influenced by the frame rate setting, the
upper limit is 8 seconds.
However, please note the following:
As a characteristic of the senso used in SP-20000-CXP2, the black level tends to increase depending
on the exposure time and the tenmperature of the sensor. SP-20000-CXP2 compensates black shift
inside the camera but the following are the maximum ambient temperatures at which camera
performance can be guaranteed for 8 secs of exposure time.
SP-20000M-CXP2: Up to 15 ºC of ambient temperature
SP-20000C-CXP2: Up to 5ºC of ambient temperature
Table – 30
7.2.3
Associated GenICam register information
GenICam Name
Access
Exposure Mode
R/W
Exposure Time
Exposure Time Raw
R/W
R/W
Values
Off
Timed
Trigger Width
10 to 8000000 [us]
10 to 8000000 [us]
Category
Acquisition Control
Acquisition Control
Acquisition Control
Behaviour if Trigger Overlap is set to Readout
In the SP-20000-PMCL, if the accumulation of the next frame starts while the current
image is read out, the varied value of accumulation time is changed to 1 Line period inside the
camera. This is done so that the accumulation start signal will not affect the output
signal while it is overlapped.
However, the shutter noise at the exposure start period will appear on images. It is
approximately 70LSB/10-bit as the maximum.
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Table – 31 Modes where the exposure control becomes 1L if overlap occurs
JAI Custom Naming
Trigger Mode
Trigger Overlap
Continuous Trigger
EPS Trigger / LVAL SYNC Reset
Off
On
(don't care)
Readout
Table – 32
Formula of the exposure time maximum value at the continuous trigger
Camera Settings
Link
Sensor
Configuration Clock
CXP6_X2
Binning
Vertical
40MHz
1 (Off)
2 (On)
CXP6_X1
or
CXP3_X2
CXP3_X1
40MHz
1 (Off)
2 (On)
20MHz
1 (Off)
2 (On)
At the continuous trigger operation,
[Exposure Time Max] setting formula
[Unit:us]
= [Acquisition Frame Rate Raw ] - 250
= [Acquisition Frame Rate Raw ] - 250
= [Acquisition Frame Rate Raw ] - 250
= [Acquisition Frame Rate Raw ] - 250
= [Acquisition Frame Rate Raw ] - 500
= [Acquisition Frame Rate Raw ] - 500
Note: [Acquisition Frame Rate Raw] is the frame interval [Unit: us].
As an example, the following is for the continuous trigger operation.
Exposure
Time
If Exposure start and Trigger readout
are overlapped, the exposure start
position is 1Line unit step.。
Exposure Timing
Internal FVAL
Exposure Active
Frame Rate Time
Acquisition Frame Rate
Fig. 23
Behaviour in the continuous trigger operation
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Extended figure(1)
At exposure start
side
In overlap condition, the
exposure start timing is
changed by 1 LVAL unit.
Exposure Timing
Internal LVAL
Internal FVAL
Fig.24
“Active”
In
Continuous
Trigger
operation, if the exposure
time
is
increased,
the
exposure start point will be
increased 1 line step.
Extended figure at the exposure start side
In continuous trigger, if the
exposure time is increased by 1
µs, the exposure completion is
delayed by 1 µs. This delay with
1 µs step is reset if the delay
exceeds 1 line. This exposure
time increase of 1 line is
adjusted so that the exposure
start timing is 1 line ealier.
Extended figure(2)
At exposure end
side
Exposure Timing
Internal LVAL
“Non-Active”
Internal FVAL
“Non-Active”
Maximum 1 line is delayed.
As the period between the
exposure completion and the
next FVAL active is a fixed
value, the frame rate has a
delay of this amount.
Fig.25
7.2.4
Extended view for the exposure end side
Exposure Auto
This is a function to control the exposure automatically. It is effective only for Timed.
ALC Reference controls the brightness.
There are three modes: OFF, Once and Continuous.
OFF:
No exposure control
Once:
Exposure adjusts when the function is set, then remains at that setting
Continuous:
Exposure continues to be adjusted automatically
In this mode, the following settings are available.
ALC Speed:
Rate of adjustment can be set (common with Gain Auto)
ASC Max:
The maximum value for the exposure time to be controlled can
be set
ASC Min:
The minimum value for the exposure time to be controlled can
be set
ALC Reference:
The reference level of the exposure control can be set (common
with Gain Auto)
ALC Channel area:
The measurement area of the exposure control can be set
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Table – 33
Associated GenICam register information
GenICam Name
7.3.
Access
Values
Category
Exposure Auto
R/W
Off
Continuous
Once
Exposure Auto Max
R/W
100 to 8000000
JAI-Custom
Exposure Auto Min
R/W
100 to 8000000
JAI-Custom
Acquisition Control
Trigger operation
Trigger Source can be selected in Trigger Selector.
In the SP-20000-CXP2, the trigger source can be selected from Frame Start, Acquisition Start
and Acquisition End.
Table - 34
Trigger operation settings
Camera Settings
JAI Custom
Trigger
Trigger Trigger Mode
Name
Selector Trigger Exposure Option
Mode
Mode
Frame
Start
7.3.1
Off
Off
Off
Continuous Trigger
Off
Timed
Off
Continuous Trigger
On
Timed
Off
EPS Trigger
On
Timed
PIV
PIV Trigger
On
Trigger
Width
Off
PWC Trigger
Description
Self-running operation with the maximum
exposure time per the frame rate
Self-running operation with a user-set
exposure time.
Externally triggerred operation with a
user-set exposure time
Externally triggerred operation for PIV
Externally triggerred operation with a
pulse width exposure time
Trigger Selector
Selects the trigger operation. In the SP-20000-CXP2, the following trigger operation can be
selected as the trigger.
Table – 35
Trigger selector
Trigger Selector Item
Description
Frame Start
Frame Start Trigger operation
Acquisition Start
Acquisition Start Trigger operation
Acquisition End
Acquisition End Trigger operation
7.3.2
Trigger Mode
Select either free-running operation or external trigger operation.
OFF: Free-running operation
ON: External trigger operation
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7.3.3
Trigger Source
Select the trigger source to be used for trigger operation from the following table.
Table – 36
Trigger Source
Trigger Source Item
Low
High
Soft Trigger
PulseGenerator0
PulseGenerator1
PulseGenerator2
PulseGenerator3
Out
Out
Out
Out
Line 7 – CXP IN
Line 4 - TTL 1 In
Line -5 – OPTO IN 1
Nand 0 Out
Nand1 Out
User Output 0
User Output 1
User Output 2
User Output 3
Description
Connect LOW level signal to the selected trigger operation
Default setting
Connect HIGH level signal to the selected trigger operation
Connect Soft Trigger signal to the selected trigger operation
Trigger can be input manually by the execution of the software trigger
Trigger software is available on each trigger source.
Connect Pulse generator 0 signal to the selected trigger operation
Connect Pulse generator 1 signal to the selected trigger operation
Connect Pulse generator 2 signal to the selected trigger operation
Connect Pulse generator 3 signal to the selected trigger operation
Connect the trigger up-linked from the frame grabber board to the selected trigger
operation
Connect TTL 1 IN signal to the selected trigger operation
Connect OPTO IN 1 signal to the selected trigger operation
Connect NAND 0 OUT signal to the selected trigger operation
Connect NAND 1 OUT signal to the selected trigger operation
Connect User Output 0 signal to the selected trigger operation.
0 or 1 status can be sent by User 0 command from PC (Host side).
Connect User Output 1 signal to the selected trigger operation.
0 or 1 status can be sent by User 0 command from PC (Host side).
Connect User Output 2 signal to the selected trigger operation.
0 or 1 status can be sent by User 0 command from PC (Host side).
Connect User Output 3 signal to the selected trigger operation.
0 or 1 status can be sent by User 0 command from PC (Host side).
Connect TTL 2 IN signal to Line 10
Connect LVDS 1 IN signal to Line 11
Line 10 TTL IN 2
Line 11 LVDS IN
Note:
In the SP-20000-CXP2, GPIO port is located on the AUX interface (Hirose 10P). In this GPIO. Line 10 and Line 11
are available.
7.3.4
Trigger Activation
This command can select how to activate the trigger.
Rising edge:
Falling edge:
Level High:
Level Low:
At the rising edge of the pulse, the trigger is activated.
At the falling edge of the pulse, the trigger is activated.
During the high level of trigger, the accumulation is activated
During the low level of trigger, the accumulation is activated
If Exposure Mode is set to Trigger Width, Level High or Level Low must be used.
Table - 37
Trigger Activation
Camera Settings
Trigger
Selector Trigger
Mode
Frame
On
Start
On
On
Trigger
Option
JAI Custom
Trigger Mode
Name
Off
EPS Trigger

Timed
PIV
PIV Trigger

Trigger
Width
Off
PWC Trigger
×
Exposure
Mode
Timed
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Trigger Activation Setting
Rising
Falling
Level
Edge
Edge
High
Level
Low

×
×

×
×
×


SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP-2
7.3.5
Trigger overlap
This function defines whether or not a trigger pulse can be accepted while data is being read out.
OFF: The trigger pulse is not accepted during CMOS readout.
Read Out: The trigger pulse can be accepted during CMOS readout.
7.3.6
Associated GenICam register information
Table – 38 Associated GenICam register information
GenICam Name
Access
Trigger Selector
R/W
Trigger Mode
R/W
Trigger Software
W
Trigger Source
R/W
Trigger
Activation
R/W
Trigger Over Lap
R/W
Values
Acquisition Start
Acquisition End
Frame Start
On
Off
Command
Low
High
Soft
Frame Trigger Wait
Frame Active
Exposure Active
FVAL
PG0 to PG3
User out0 to 3
TTL In1
Optp In
CXP In (Trigger Packet)
TTL In2
LVDS In1
Nand0 to 1
Rising Edge
Falling Edge
Level High
Level Low
Off
Read out
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Category
Acquisition Control
Acquisition Control
Acquisition Control
Acquisition Control
Acquisition Control
Acquisition Control
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP-2
7.4.
Normal continuous operation (Timed Exposure Mode/Trigger Mode OFF)
This is used for applications which do not require triggering.
For the video timing, refer to chapter 6.3.
Table – 39 Typical Minimum interval (Pixel format: 8-bit)
Trigger Mode
Timed Exposure
Mode
Trigger Mode OFF
(Note1)
Readout Mode
Full
AOI Center 2/3
AOI Center 1/2
AOI Center 1/4
AOI Center 1/8
V Binning ON (Full)
(Note2)
Time (Min. Trigger Period)
CXP6_X1,
CXP3_X1
CXP6_X2
CXP3_X2
33.333 ms
22.222 ms
16.667 ms
8.428 ms
4.500 ms
66.666 ms
44.444 ms
22.222 ms
16.826 ms
9.001 ms
133.333 ms
88.889 ms
66.667 ms
33.713 ms
18.002 ms
33.333 ms
66.666 ms
133.333 ms
Note 1: Readout setting in Trigger Overlap is not available
Note 2: SP-20000M-CXP2 only
7.5.
Timed mode (EPS)
This mode allows a single image frame to be captured with a preset exposure time by using the external
trigger. An additional setting determines if the trigger pulse can be accepted during the exposure period.
Basic settings to use this mode
Trigger Mode = ON
Exposure Mode = Timed
Trigger Option = Off
Trigger Overlap = Off
Table - 40
Typical Trigger minimum interval
Trigger Mode
Timed Exposure
Mode
Trigger Mode On
Readout Mode
Full
AOI Center 2/3
AOI Center 1/2
AOI Center 1/4
AOI Center 1/8
V Binning ON (Full)
(Note1)
(Pixel format: 8-bit)
Time (Min. Trigger Period)
CXP6_X1,
CXP3_X1
CXP6_X2
CXP3_X2
≧31.761 ms
≧21.287 ms
≧16.050 ms
≧8.195 ms
≧4.267 ms
≧63.200 ms
≧42.252 ms
≧31.777 ms
≧16.066 ms
≧8.211 ms
≧126.389 ms
≧84.492 ms
≧63.544 ms
≧32.121 ms
≧16.410 ms
≧31.770 ms
≧63.216 ms
≧126.423 ms
Note1: SP-20000M-CXP2 only
Note2: The above table is if Trigger Overlap is set to Readout.
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7.5.1
If Overlap setting is OFF
t1
Frame Start Trigger
Frame Trigger Wait
Frame Active
CMOS Exposure
t2
Exposure Active
Exposure Period
FVAL
t3
Note
Note: The trigger pulse is accepted during Frame Trigger Wait being active if the trigger overlap
is OFF. When the trigger is accepted, the trigger wait is inactive until the readout is completed.
Fig. 26
Table – 41
Timed
Overlap = OFF
Timing values
Camera Settings
Tap
Geometry
t1
t2
t3
1X – 1Y
1X - 1Y
1X -1Y
Vertical
Binning
Exposure
Active Signal
source
2L(mini)
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X2
2L(mini)
TTL Out
2.120 us
2.120 us
2.370 us
Inside Camera
TTL Out
Inside Camera
450 ns ~480 ns
304.980 us
305.240 us
450 ns ~480 ns
304.980 us
305.240 us
700 ns ~750 ns
610.170 us
610.400 us
TTL Out
305.240 us
305.240 us
610.170 us
—
—
1
(Off)
Link Configuration
2
(On)
CXP6_X2
CXP3_X1
2L(mini)
Inside Camera
304.980 us
304.980 us
610.400 us
Note: (1) Because jitter occurs during triggering, t2 has tolerance in time.
(2) If the exposure signal is used as TTL OUT, the timing is delayed against the timing inside camera. Especially, the phase
delay is large at the rising edge.
Table – 42 Minimum trigger interval calculation formula (Trigger Overlap: OFF)
Camera Settings
Link
Tap
Configuration
Geometry
CXP6_X2
1X – 1Y
Binning
Vertical
1 (Off)
2 (On)
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X2
CXP3_X1
1X – 1Y
1X – 1Y
Settings:
Trigger Mode=―On‖、Exposure Mode=―Timed‖、Trigger Overlap=―Off‖
[Unit:us]
ROUNDDOWN(
((([Height]+1) x 320.5) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + 10us
ROUNDDOWN(
((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + 10us
1 (Off)
ROUNDDOWN(
((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + 10 us
2 (On)
ROUNDDOWN(
((([Height]+1) x 1282) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + 10us
1 (Off)
ROUNDDOWN(
((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) + 10us
2 (On)
ROUNDDOWN(
((([Height]+1) x 1282) +12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) + 10us
Note: If Trigger Overlap is set at OFF and the trigger period is less than value described in the above table, the trigger
mask becomes effective and the trigger might be ignored.
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7.5.2
If Overlap setting is Readout
t1
Frame Start Trigger
Frame Trigger Wait
Frame Active
CMOS Exposure
t2
Exposure Active
Exposure Period
FVAL
Read out by previous trigger
t3
Note
Note: If the trigger overlap is Readout mode, Frame Trigger Wait is active on FVAL period of the
previous trigger. In this period, the next trigger can be accepted. After receiving this
trigger pulse, Frame Trigger Wait becomes inactive.
Fig. 27
Overlap Readout
Table – 43 Timing values
Camera Settings
Tap
Geometry
t1
1X – 1Y
Vertical
Binning
Exposure
Active Signal
source
—
TTL Out
t2
1X - 1Y
—
Inside
Camera
1
(Off)
t3
1X -1Y
2
(On)
TTL Out
Inside
Camera
TTL Out
Inside
Camera
Link Configuration
2L(min)
1.680 us
~
1.680 us + 1 Line
460 ns
~
460 ns + 1 Line
305.240 us
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X2
2L(min)
1.680 us
~
1.680 us + 1 Line
460 ns
~
460 ns + 1 Line
305.240 us
2L(min)
2.330 us
~
2.330 us + 1 Line
710 ns
~
710 ns + 1 Line
610.170 us
307.990 us
307.990 us
610.400 us
305.240 us
305.240 us
610.170 us
307.990 us
307.990 us
610.400 us
CXP6_X2
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SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP-2
Table – 44 Minimum trigger interval calculation formula (Trigger Overlap: Readout)
Camera Settings
Link
Tap
Configurati
Geometr
on
y
CXP6_X2
1X – 1Y
Binning
Vertical
Conditions:
Trigger Mode=―On‖,Exposure Mode=―Timed‖,Trigger Overlap=―Readout‖
[Unit:us]
1 (Off)
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 320.5) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + 10 - 260
≧ [Exposure Time]
Result= ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 320.5) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6 ) +
10 us
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 320.5) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + 10 - 260
< [Exposure Time]
Result = [Exposure Time] + 260 us
2 (On)
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + 10 - 260
≧ [Exposure Time]
Result =ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6 ) +
10us
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + 10 - 260
< [Exposure Time]
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X2
1X – 1Y
1 (Off)
Result = [Exposure Time] + 260 us
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + 10 - 260
≧ [Exposure Time]
Result =ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +10us
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + 10 - 260
< [Exposure Time]
2 (On)
Result = [Exposure Time] + 260 us
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 1282) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + 10 - 260
≧ [Exposure Time]
Result =ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 1282) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +
10us
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 1282) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + 10 - 260
< [Exposure Time]
CXP3_X1
1X – 1Y
1 (Off)
2 (On)
Result = [Exposure Time] + 260 us
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) + 10 - 510
≧ [Exposure Time]
Result =ROUNDDOWN( ((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6 ) + 10us
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) + 10 - 510
< [Exposure Time]
Result = [Exposure Time] + 510 us
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 1282) +12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6)+ 10 - 510
≧ [Exposure Time]
Result = ROUNDDOWN(
((([Height]+1) x 1282) +12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6 ) + 10us
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 1282) +12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) + 10 - 510
< [Exposure Time]
Result = [Exposure Time] + 510 us
Note: (1) If Trigger Overlap is set at Readout and the trigger interval is set more than the value described in the above table, The
exposure might not work properly and the proper image might not be output.
(2) If the trigger overlap is set at ―Readout‖ and the trigger period is set such that ( the trigger period (µs) –
260µs) is shorter than the exposure time, the exposure operation does not work properly and as a result, the
proper image is not displayed. In this case, it is required either to shorten the exposure time or to prolong the
trigger period.
If the link configuration CXP3_X1 is used, the figure 520µs must be used instead of 260µs.
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7.5.3
GPIO TTL output timing if Trigger Overlap is OFF
Frame Start -Trigger Mode =“On”
Exposure Mode =“Timed”
Trigger Overlap =OFF
Frame Start
Trigger
(a)
(k)
Frame
Trigger Wait
(i)
(c)
(f)
Frame Active
(j)
Exposure
Active
(h)
(d)
(b)
(e)
FVAL Active
Fig. 28
GPIO TTL OUT timing
Table - 45 GPIO Out timing (Reference) (Trigger Overlap= OFF)
Description
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Frame Start Trigger
to Frame Trigger Wait Falling Edge
Exposure Active Falling Edge
to FVAL Rising Edge
Frame Active Falling Edge
to Frame Trigger Wait Rising Edge
Exposure Active
(e)
FVAL Active
(f)
Frame Active
(h)
Tap Geometry:Geometry_1X_1Y
Link Configuration Setting
CXP6_X2
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X1
CXP3_X2
860 ns
860 ns
1.06 us
(j)
Frame Trigger wait Falling Edge
to Frame Active Rising Edge
Frame Active Rising Edge
to Exposure Active Rising Edge
(k)
Frame Start Trigger
to Exposure Active Rising Edge
-
If Frame Start Trigger is input from TTL IN
1
( ) is the phase relation between the
exposure time and FVAL inside camera
304.97 us
(305.22 us)
304.97 us
(305.22 us)
610.19 us
(610.24 us)
990 ns
990 ns
1.83 us
8.61 us
(10.03 us)
8.61 us
(10.03 us)
8.68 us
(10.05 us)
If Exposure Time = 10.
( ) is the exposure time inside camera
30.74 ms
(Internal:
30.77 ms)
31.08 ms
61.53 ms
(Internal:
61.54 ms )
61.85 ms
123.07 ms
( Internal:
123.07 ms)
123.69 ms
If Binning off and Height=3840
(Varies by the vertical ROI)
1.02 us
1.02 us
0.80 us
This may vary by binning setting and ROI
setting. The phase of Frame Active End
Edge may vary by 1us against FVAL Active
End.
1.28 us
1.28 us
1.27 us
0.00 us
0.00 us
0.00 us
2.13 us ~
2.16 us
(450 ns~
480 ns)
1.67 us
2.129 us~
2.156 us
(450 ns~
480 ns)
1.67 us
2.312 us~
2.360 us
(704.00 ns~
754.00 ns)
1.61 us
FVAL Falling Edge
to Frame Active Falling Edge
(i)
Note
If Exposure Mode = Timed
Exposure Active at TTL I/F output
( ) is the exposure phase relation inside
camera
Exposure Active Start Edge :
If the polarity is Active High
Internal / TTL Out Phase
260 ns
260 ns
230 ns
If the polarity is Active High
Exposure Active End Edge:
Internal / TTL Out Phase
Note: The figure in ( ) is the comparison between the exposure time inside camera and Exposure Active
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7.5.4
GPIO TTL output timing if Trigger Overlap is Readout
Frame Start -Trigger Mode =“On”
Exposure Mode =“Timed”
Trigger Overlap =“Readout”
Frame Start
Trigger
(a)
(k)
Starting position of Frame Trigger Active at EPS Trigger
/ [Trigger Overlap] = “Readout” setting.
Frame
Trigger Wait
(i)
(l)
(g)
(c)
(f)
Frame Active
(j)
Exposure
Active
(h)
(d)
The starting position will vary until [Exposure Time] value
exceeds ([FVAL]+[Exposure Active End Edge ~ FVAL Active
Start Edge]-158).
[FVAL]+[Exposure Active End Edge ~ FVAL Active Start Edge]
is a constant value. If [Exposure Time] is smaller than this
constant value, the overlap period is shorter and if [Exposure
Time] is larger than this constant value, the overlap period is
longer.
(b)
(e)
FVAL Active
Fig. 29
Table - 46
GPIO timing (Overlap = Readout)
GPIO output timing(Reference)
Description
(a)
(Trigger Overlap = Readout )
Tap Geometry:Geometry_1X_1Y
Link Configuration Setting
CXP6_X2
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X1
CXP3_X2
860 ns
840.00 ns
1.063 us
(±25ns)
304.97 us
304.97 us
610.19 us
(305.22 us)
(305.21 us)
(610.42 us)
6.98 us
6.97 us
6.97 us
Note
8.61 us
(10.03 us)
8.56 us
(10.03 us)
8.68 us
(10.05 us)
If Exposure Time=10 us
( ) is the exposure time inside camera
30.77 ms
(Internal:
30.77 ms)
31.08 ms
61.53 ms
(Internal:
61.54 ms)
61.85 ms
123.07 ms
(Internal:
123.07 ms)
123.69 ms
If Binning off and Height = 3840
(Varies by the vertical ROI setting)
(d)
Frame Start Trigger
to Frame Trigger Wait Falling Edge
Exposure Active Falling Edge
to FVAL Raising Edge
Frame Trigger Wait Rising Edge
to Frame Active Falling Edge
Exposure Active
(e)
FVAL Active
(f)
Frame Active
(g)
Exposure Active Falling Edge
to Frame Trigger Wait Rising Edge
FVAL Falling Edge
to Frame Active Falling Edge
4.05 us
5.05 us
5.03 us
1.02 us
1.03 us
270 ns
Frame Trigger Wait Falling Edge
to Frame Active Rising Edge
Frame Active Rising Edge
to Exposure Active Rising Edge
Frame Start Trigger
to Exposure Active Rising Edge
1.32 us
1.33 us
1.29 us
0.00 us
0.00 us
0.00us
2.15 us ~
2.17 us
(450 ns~
480 ns)
31.06 ms
2.16 ~
2.17 us
(450 ~
480 ns)
61.83 ms
2.33 ~
2.38 us
(700 ~
750 ns)
123.67 ms
(b)
(c)
(h)
(i)
(j)
(k)
(l)
This is changed by Link Configuration
setting.
Is Exposure Time=10 us
If Exposure Mode = Timed
This may vary by binning setting and ROI
setting. The phase of Frame Active End
Edge may vary by 1us against FVAL
Active End.
Exposure Active at TTL I/F output
( ) is the exposure phase relation inside
camera
Frame Trigger Wait Rising Edge
Varies by Exposure Time setting
Variableness
Exposure Active Start Edge :
1.70 us
1.71 us
1.62 us
Internal / TTL Out Phase
250 ns
250 ns
230 ns
Exposure Active End Edge:
Internal /TTL Out Phase
Note: (1) In order to explain the phase relation of Frame Trigger Wait and Frame Active, the timing in this table reflects the condition
that the trigger input is not overlapped in the previous video readout.
(2) Figures in ( ) are the comparison between the exposure time inside camera and Exposure Active.
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7.6
Trigger width mode (PWC)
In this mode, the exposure time is equal to the trigger pulse width. Accordingly, longer exposure times
are supported. Additional settings determine if the trigger pulse can be accepted during the exposure
period.
Basic settings to use this mode
Trigger Mode = ON
Exposure Mode = Trigger Width
Table - 47
Typical Minimum trigger interval (Pixel Format : 8-bit)
Time (Min. Trigger Period)
Trigger Mode
Readout Mode
CXP6_X1,
CXP3_X1
CXP6_X2
CXP3_X2
Trigger Width
Exposure Mode
Full
AOI Center 2/3
AOI Center 1/2
AOI Center 1/4
AOI Center 1/8
V Binning ON (Full)
(Note1)
≧31.761 ms
≧21.287 ms
≧16.050 ms
≧8.195 ms
≧4.267 ms
≧63.200 ms
≧42.252 ms
≧31.777 ms
≧16.066 ms
≧8.211 ms
≧126.389 ms
≧84.492 ms
≧63.544 ms
≧32.121 ms
≧16.410 ms
≧31.770 ms
≧63.216 ms
≧126.423 ms
Note1: SP-20000M-CXP2 only
Note2: The above table is if Trigger Overlap is Readout.
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7.6.1
If Overlap setting is OFF
t1
t4
Frame Start Trigger
Frame Trigger Wait
Frame Active
CMOS Exposure
t2
Exposure Active
Exposure Period
FVAL
t3
Note
Note: The trigger pulse is accepted during Frame Trigger Wait being active if the
trigger overlap is OFF. When the trigger is accepted, the trigger wait is inactive until
the readout is completed.
Camera Settings
Tap
Geometry
Vertical
Binning
Exposure
Active Signal
source
Link Configuration
t1
10µs (min)
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X2
10µs (min)
t2
Inside
camera
2.050 us ~
2.080 us
380 ns ~
410 ns
2.070 us ~
2.090 us
380 ns ~
400 ns
2.120 us ~
2.320 us
550 ns ~
600 ns
TTL Out
304.990 us
304.990 us
610.170 us
Inside
camera
305.240 us
305.240 us
610.400 us
TTL Out
304.990 us
304.990 us
610.170 us
Inside
camera
305.240 us
305.240 us
610.400 us
TTL Out
1X – 1Y
-
1
(Off)
t3
1X – 1Y
2
(On)
CXP6_X2
2.860 us ~
2.840 us ~
2.880 us
2.870 us
Inside
2.600 us ~
2.560 us ~
camera
2.630 us
2.620 us
0.780 us ~
0.750 us ~
Real
TTL Out
0.830 us
0.800 us
Exposure
1X
–
1Y
time
Inside
2.190 us ~
2.160 us ~
difference
camera
2.250 us
2.240 us
Note: 1. The jitter from the trigger occurs at both the exposure start edge and exposure end
edge.
2. The real exposure time difference is an additional period of exposure time against
TTL trigger input.
(t4) - (t2) ≒ The real exposure time difference
TTL Out
t4
1X – 1Y
-
Fig. 30
Overlap = OFF
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CXP3_X1
10µs (min)
3.060 us ~
3.010 us
2.840 us ~
2.790 us
0.740 us ~
0.800 us
2.240 us ~
2.260 us
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP2
7.6.2
If Overlap setting is Readout
t1
t4
Frame Start Trigger
Frame Trigger Wait
Frame Active
CMOS Exposure
t2
Exposure Active
Exposure Period
FVAL
Read out by previous trigger
t3
Note
Note: If the trigger overlap is Readout mode, Frame Trigger Wait is active during FVAL period of
the previous trigger. In this period, the next trigger can be accepted. After receiving this trigger
pulse, Frame Trigger Wait becomes inactive.
Camera Settings
Tap
Geometry
Vertical
Binning
Exposure
Active
Signal
source
Link Configuration
CXP6_X2
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X2
CXP3_X1
Inside
camera
10µs (min)
2.090 us ~
2.090 us + 1Line
380 ns ~
380 ns + 1Line
10µs (min)
1.690 us ~
1.690 us + 1Line
390 ns ~
390 ns + 1Line
10µs (min)
2.230 us ~
2.230 us + 1Line
550 ns ~
550 ns + 1Line
TTL Out
304.990 us
304.990 us
610.200 us
Inside
camera
305.240 us
305.240 us
610.420 us
TTL Out
304.990 us
304.990 us
610.200 us
Inside
camera
305.240 us
305.240 us
610.420 us
2.900 us ~
2.920 us
2.650 us ~
2.670 us
-7.180 us ~
0.840 us
-5.730 us ~
2.290 us
2.880 us ~
2.910 us
2.630 us ~
2.660 us
-15.210 us ~
1.220 us
-13.770 us ~
2.270 us
3.050 us ~
3.100 us
2.820 us ~
2.870 us
-31.240 us ~
0.870 us
-29.780 us ~
2.320 us
t1
t2
t3
Geometry
_1X_1Y
Geometry
_1X_1Y
TTL Out
-
1
(Off)
2
(On)
TTL Out
t4
Geometry
_1X_1Y
-
(t4)-(t2):
Exposure
Difference
Geometry
_1X_1Y
-
Inside
camera
TTL Out
Inside
camera
Note: .1. The jitter from the trigger occurs at both the exposure start edge and exposure end
edge.
2. The exposure start edge has 1 line jitter at receiving trigger in order not to influence
the video signal.
Fig. 31
Overlap: Readout
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7.6.3
Minimum trigger interval calculation formula (Trigger Overlap = OFF)
Table – 48
Minimum trigger interval calculation formula (Trigger Overlap = OFF)
Camera Settings
Link
Configuration
Tap
Geometry
CXP6_X2
1X – 1Y
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X2
1X – 1Y
CXP3_X1
1X – 1Y
Binning
Vertical
Conditions:
PWC Trigger / Trigger Overlap = OFF
[Unit:us]
1
(Off)
2
(On)
1
(Off)
ROUNDDOWN
(((([Height]+1) x 320.5) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + [Trigger Pulse Width:10us~])
ROUNDDOWN
((((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + [Trigger Pulse Width:10us~] )
ROUNDDOWN
((((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + [Trigger Pulse Width:10us~] )
2
(On)
ROUNDDOWN
((((([Height]+1) x 1282) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) + [Trigger Pulse Width:10us~] )
1
(Off)
2
(On)
ROUNDDOWN
((((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) + [Trigger Pulse Width:10us~] )
ROUNDDOWN
((((([Height]+1) x 1282) +12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) + [Trigger Pulse Width:10us~] )
Note: If Trigger Overlap is set to OFF and the trigger period is less than value described in the above table, the trigger
mask becomes effective and the trigger might be ignored.
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7.6.4
Minimum trigger interval calculation formula (Trigger Overlap = Readout)
Table – 49 Minimum trigger interval calculation formula (Trigger Overlap = Readout)
Camera Settings
Link
Tap
Configuration Geometry
CXP6_X2
1X – 1Y
Binning
Vertical
1 (Off)
Conditions:
PWC Trigger / Trigger Overlap = Readout
[Unit:us]
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 320.5) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +10 - 260
≧ [Trigger Pulse Width]
Result= ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 320.5) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +
[Trigger Pulse Width:10us~] )
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 320.5) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +10 - 260
< [Trigger Pulse Width]
2 (On)
Result=260us+[Trigger Pulse Width]
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +10 - 260
≧ [Trigger Pulse Width]
Result= ROUNDDOWN((((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +
[Trigger Pulse Width:10us~] )
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +10 - 260
< [Trigger Pulse Width]
CXP6_X1
CXP3_X2
1X – 1Y
1 (Off)
Result= 260us+[Trigger Pulse Width]
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +10 - 260
≧ [Trigger Pulse Width]
Result= ROUNDDOWN((((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +
[Trigger Pulse Width:10us~])
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +10 - 260
< [Trigger Pulse Width]
2 (On)
Result=260us+[Trigger Pulse Width]
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 1282) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +10 - 260
≧ [Trigger Pulse Width]
Result=ROUNDDOWN((((([Height]+1) x 320.5) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6) +
[Trigger Pulse Width:10us~])
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 1282) + 12205 ) ÷ 40MHz x 10^6)+10 - 260
< [Trigger Pulse Width]
Result=260us+[Trigger Pulse Width]
CXP3_X1
1X 1Y
1 (Off)
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) +10 - 520
≧ [Trigger Pulse Width]
Result= ROUNDDOWN((((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) +
[Trigger Pulse Width:10us~])
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 641) + 12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) +10 - 520
< [Trigger Pulse Width]
2 (On)
Result= 520us+[Trigger Pulse Width]
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 1282) + 12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) +10 - 520
≧ [Trigger Pulse Width]
Result=ROUNDDOWN((((([Height]+1) x 1282) + 12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) +
[Trigger Pulse Width:10us~])
If ROUNDDOWN(((([Height]+1) x 1282) + 12205 ) ÷ 20MHz x 10^6) +10 - 520
< [Trigger Pulse Width]
Result=520us+[Trigger Pulse Width]
Note: For [Trigger Overlap]=Readout setting, if the trigger interval is set longer than the interval described in this table or the
same as the trigger width, the exposure operation might not work properly and as a result, the normal image might not be
output.
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7.7
PIV (Particle Image Velocimetry)
The Particle Image Velocimetry mode can be used in applications where 2 images need to be taken with
a very short time interval. It can only be used with strobe flash as illumination. The first accumulation
time is 10 sec to 33 msec. Then, the second exposure will be taken. The first strobe is activated during
the first exposure duration and the second strobe are pulsed while the first frame is being read out. In
this
way, two strobe flashes generate two video outputs.
Basic settings to use this mode
Trigger Mode = ON
Exposure Mode = Timed
Trigger Option = PIV
Table – 50 Typical Minimum trigger intervals (Pixel Format: 8-bit)
Time (Min. Trigger Period)
Trigger Mode
Readout Mode
CXP6_X1,
CXP3_X1
CXP6_X2
CXP3_X2
Full
AOI Center 2/3
AOI Center 1/2
AOI Center 1/4
AOI Center 1/8
V Binning ON (Full)
(Note2)
PIV mode
(Note1)
Note 1.
Note 2.
≧63.625 ms
≧42.677 ms
≧32.203 ms
≧16.492 ms
≧8.636 ms
≧126.489 ms
≧84.592 ms
≧63.644 ms
≧32.221 ms
≧16.510 ms
≧252.834 ms
≧169.041 ms
≧127.144 ms
≧64.299 ms
≧32.877 ms
≧63.635 ms
≧126.504 ms
≧252.868 ms
This is Trigger Overlap=OFF. Trigger Overlap mode=Readout is not available
SP-20000M-CXP2 only
Trigger Period (Min.)
Frame Start Trigger IN
a
Frame Trigger Wait
Frame Active
b
Exposure Timing
Exposure Active
1st Frame
Readout Delay
FVAL
tframe1
2nd Frame
Readout Delay
tframe2
DVAL
td
te1
ift
te2
FVAL Non-Active
Note 1.
Note 2.
The exposure time for the first frame (te1) can be set by [Exposure Time].
The second exposure time (te2) varies by ROI setting and Binning setting, but is not
affected by [Exposure Time] setting.
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Fig. 32
PIV mode timing
Table – 51 PIV trigger mode specifications (CXP-6_X2)
time
name
Description
td
Exposure Beginning
delay
First exposure time
period
te1
itf
Inter framing time
te2
Second exposure time
Exposure
Active
Signal
Source
TTL Out
Internal
-
8.62 us ~ 33.08 ms
Internal
TTL Out
Internal
TTL Out
10.05 us ~ 33.08 ms
307.01 us
305.58 us
≒1 frame
(1) V-Binning Off
=((([Height]×320.5) - 0.5) ÷ 40MHz) - 2.05 us + 128.77 us
=((([Height]×320.5) - 0.5) ÷ 40MHz) - 0.35 us + 128.78 us
TTL Out
First Frame read out
Intenal
-
-
tframe2
Second Frame read out
-
1st Frame Readout
Delay
Internal
TTL Out
Internal
-
2nd Frame Readout
Delay
TTL Out
Internal
-
FVAL Non-Active
-
-
Trigger Period (Min.)
-
-
-
2nd FVAL Active End
~ Frame Active End
2.11 us
400 ns~ 430 ns
10us ~ ≒1 Frame ([Height]=3840:33083us Max)
= [Exposure Time Settings]
TTL Out
Intenal
tframe1
Time
Geometry_1X_1Y
CXP6_X2
-
(2) V-Binning On
=((([Height]×641) - 1) ÷ 40MHz) - 2.05 us + 128.77 us
=((([Height]×641) - 1) ÷ 40MHz) - 0.350 us + 128.78 us
(1) V-Binning Off
[FVAL Active]
=((([Height]×320.5) - 0.5) ÷ 40MHz
(2) V-Binning On
[FVAL Active]
=((([Height]×641) - 1) ÷ 40MHz
[FVAL Active]
(same as tframe1)
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 304.97 us
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 305.22 us
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 304.97 us
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 305.224 us
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 434.00 us
(1) V-Binning Off = 54.2 Line
(2) V-Binning On = 27.1 Line
(1) V-Binning Off
=(((([Height]+0.5)×320.5)-0.5) x 2Frame ÷ 40MHz) +[Exposure Time]
+ 305.22 us + 434.00 us
(2) V-Binning On
=(((([Height]+0.5)×641)-0.5) x 2Frame ÷ 40MHz) +[Exposure Time]
+ 305.22 us + 434.00 us
0 Line
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Table - 52
PIV trigger mode specifications (CXP-6_X1, CXP3_X2)
time
name
Description
Exposure
Active
Signal
Source
td
Exposure Beginning
delay
First exposure time
period
TTL Out
Internal
te1
itf
Inter framing time
te2
Second exposure time
TTL Out
8.62 us ~ 66.42 ms
Internal
TTL Out
Internal
TTL Out
10.05 us ~ 66.42 ms
307.01 us
305.58 us
≒1 frame
(1) V-Binning Off
=((([Height]×641) - 1) ÷ 40MHz) - 2.05 us + 128.77 us
=((([Height]×641) - 1) ÷ 40MHz) - 0.35 us + 128.78 us
Internal
TTL Out
tframe1
First Frame read out
Internal
-
-
tframe2
Second Frame read out
Internal
-
1st Frame Readout
Delay
TTL Out
Internal
-
2nd Frame Readout
Delay
TTL Out
Internal
-
FVAL Non-Active
-
-
Trigger Period (Min.)
-
-
-
2nd FVAL Active End
~ Frame Active End
Time
Geometry_1X_1Y
CXP-6_X1
CXP-3_X2
2.11 us
400 ns~ 430 ns
10us ~ ≒1 Frame ([Height]=3840:66417us Max)
= [Exposure Time Settings]
-
(2) V-Binning On
=((([Height]×1282) - 2) ÷ 40MHz) - 2.05 us + 128.77 us
=((([Height]×1282) - 2) ÷ 40MHz) - 0.35 us + 128.78 us
(1) V-Binning Off
[FVAL Active]
=((([Height]×641) - 1) ÷ 40MHz
(2) V-Binning On
[FVAL Active]
=((([Height]×1281) - 2) ÷ 40MHz
[FVAL Active]
(same as tframe1)
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 304.97 us
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 305.22 us
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 304.97 us
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 305.22 us
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 434.00 us
(1) V-Binning Off = 27.1 Line
(2) V-Binning On = 13.5 Line
(1) V-Binning Off
=(((([Height]+0.5)×641)-0.5) x 2Frame ÷ 40MHz) +[Exposure Time]
+ 305.22 us + 434.00 us
(2) V-Binning On
=(((([Height]+0.5)×1282)-0.5) x 2Frame ÷ 40MHz) +[Exposure Time]
+ 305.22 us + 434.00 us
0 Line
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Table - 53
PIV trigger mode specifications (CXP3_X1)
time
name
Description
td
Exposure Beginning
delay
First exposure time
period
te1
itf
Inter framing time
te2
Second exposure time
Exposure
Active
Signal
Source
TTL Out
Internal
-
8.67 us ~ 123.68 ms
Internal
TTL Out
Internal
TTL Out
10.10 us ~ 123.68 ms
612.53 us
611.10 us
≒1 frame
(1) V-Binning Off
=((([Height]×641) - 1) ÷ 20MHz) - 2.35 us + 128.80 us
=((([Height]×641) - 1) ÷ 20MHz) - 680 ns + 128.57 us
TTL Out
First Frame read out
Internal
-
-
tframe2
Second Frame read out
Internal
-
1st Frame Readout
Delay
TTL Out
Internal
-
2nd Frame Readout
Delay
TTL Out
Internal
-
FVAL Non-Active
-
-
Trigger Period (Min.)
-
-
-
2nd FVAL Active End
~ Frame Active End
2.29 us
600 ns~ 650 ns
10us ~ ≒1 Frame ([Height]=3840:132833us Max)
= [Exposure Time Settings]
TTL Out
Internal
tframe1
Time
Geometry_1X_1Y
CXP3_X1
-
(2) V-Binning On
=((([Height]×1282) - 2) ÷ 20MHz) - 2.35 us + 128.80 us
=((([Height]×1282) - 2) ÷ 20MHz) - 680 ns + 128.57 us
(1) V-Binning Off
[FVAL Active]
=((([Height]×641) - 1) ÷ 20MHz
(2) V-Binning On
[FVAL Active]
=((([Height]×1282) - 2) ÷ 20MHz
[FVAL Active]
(same as tframe1)
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 610.19 us
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 610.43 us
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 610.19 us
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 610.43 us
Both V-Binning Off / V-Binning On
= 739.00 us
(1) V-Binning Off 時 = 23.1 Line
(2) V-Binning On 時 = 11.5 Line
(1) V-Binning Off
=(((([Height]+0.5)×641) -1) x 2Frame ÷ 20MHz) +[Exposure Time]
+ 610.43 us + 739.00 us
(2) V-Binning On
=(((([Height]+0.5)×1282) -2) x 2Frame ÷ 20MHz) +[Exposure Time]
+ 610.43 us + 739.00 us
0 Line
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7.8
Sequence ROI Trigger
This is a function to capture images in sequence based on preset ROI, Exposure Time, Gain and other
parameters in the sequence index table.
Basic settings to use this mode
Acquisition mode: Continuous
Trigger selector: Frame Start
Trigger mode: ON
Exposure mode: Timed
Video send mode selector: Trigger Sequence or Command Sequence
7.8.1
Trigger Sequence
In this mode, while the previous trigger operation (Index table) is activating, the next trigger cannot be
overlapped. Sequence index table must complete index 0 and after index 0 is performed, the next
index can be operated.
Frame Start
Trigger In
Sequence
behavior
Index 0
Index 1
Index 2
Index 3
Index 4
Frame count
=1
Next Index =
Index 1
Frame count
=1
Next Index =
Index 2
Frame count
=1
Next Index =
Index 3
Frame count
=1
Next Index =
Index 4
Frame count
=1
Next Index =
Index 5
Fig. 33
Behavior of Sequence Mode 1
7.8.2
Command Sequence
In this mode, after the acquisition starts, the index table is executed by the external trigger which sets
the index according to the Next Sequence Index Command. In this case, Sequence ROI Frame Count and
Sequence ROI Next Index commands in the index table are ignored.
“TL Params Locked = 1”
+
“Acquisition Start”
Next
Sequence
Index
Command
Set“Index 9”
Set“Index 5”
Frame Start
Trigger In
Sequence
operation
Index 0
Index 9
Next Index = Index 0
Next Index =Index 9
After Acquisition Start, the index
is not changed by Next
Sequence Index Command.
So, Index 0 is executed.
Fig. 34
Index 9
Next Index = Index 5
After Acquisition Start, the index is not
changed by Next Sequence Index
Command. So, the previous index is
executed again.
Behaviour of Sequence Mode 2
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SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP2
7.8.3
Typical minimum trigger interval of Sequence ROI Trigger
Table - 54
Typical Minimum trigger interval (Pixel Format: 8-bit)
Time (Min. Trigger Period)
Trigger Mode
Readout Mode
CXP6_X1,
CXP3_X1
CXP6_X2
CXP3_X2
Full
AOI Center 2/3
AOI Center 1/2
AOI Center 1/4
AOI Center 1/8
V Binning ON (Full)
(Note2)
Sequential Timed
Exposure Mode
(Note1)
≧31.761 ms
≧21.287 ms
≧16.050 ms
≧8.195 ms
≧4.267 ms
≧63.200 ms
≧42.252 ms
≧31.777 ms
≧16.066 ms
≧8.211 ms
≧126.389 ms
≧84.492 ms
≧63.544 ms
≧32.121 ms
≧16.410 ms
≧31.770 ms
≧63.216 ms
≧126.423 ms
Note 1. Overlap mode=Readout is not available. Please set the exposure time not to be
Readout mode.
Note 2. SP-20000M-CXP2 only
Note 3. The minimum interval calculation assumes that the exposure time for all sequences is
equal. If there are differences, it is necessary to add the difference to the calculation.
If the exposure times are different, it is recommended to organize the exposure times
from the shortest exposure to the longest one in order to operate faster.
Note 4. The above interval is if the exposure time is set to 10 µs.
7.8.4
Default Sequence Index Table
Table – 55
Sequence Index table (Default)
Trigger Sequence
Offset
Width
Sequence
AOI Index
- Index 0
- Index 1
- Index 2
- Index 3
- Index 4
- Index 5
- Index 6
- Index 7
- Index 8
- Index 9
5120
5120
5120
5120
5120
5120
5120
5120
5120
5120
Gain Selector
Height
3840
3840
3840
3840
3840
3840
3840
3840
3840
3840
X
Y
Gain
(ALL)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Red
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Binning
Blue
Exposure
Time
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
180000
180000
180000
180000
180000
180000
180000
180000
180000
180000
Black
Level
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Horizontal
Vertical
LUT
Enable
Frame
Count
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
1 (Off)
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Next
Index
Index 0
Index 0
Index 0
Index 0
Index 0
Index 0
Index 0
Index 0
Index 0
Index 0
7.8.5
Sequence ROI setting parameters
Setting parameters for Sequence ROI are as follows.
(1) Sequence ROI Index Selector
In Sequence ROI Index Selector, Index 0 to 9 can be selected.
Sequence ROI – Width, Height, Offset X, Offset Y, Gain Selector - Gain/Red/Blue, Exposure
Time, Black Level, Binning Horizontal, Binning Vertical, LUT Enable, Frame Count, Next Index
for the selected index are displayed.
(2) Sequence ROI Width
Set the width of sequence ROI. The setting range is 8 to 5120 Pixels.
Rules for setting area and step number are the same as the normal ROI mode set by [Video
Send Mode] =―Normal‖.
(3) Sequence ROI Height
Set the height of sequence ROI. The setting range is 2 to 3840 lines.
Rules for setting area and step number are the same as the normal ROI mode set by [Video
Send Mode] =―Normal‖.
(4) Sequence ROI Offset X
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Set Offset X of sequence ROI.
Sequence ROI Binning Horizontal =1 (Off):
Setting range is 0 to (5120 - [Sequence ROI Width])
Sequence ROI Binning Horizontal =2 (On):
Setting range is 0 to (2560 - [Sequence ROI Width])
The limitations of step number and other factors are the same as the normal ROI mode set by
[Video Send Mode] =―Normal‖.
(5) Sequence ROI Offset Y
Set Offset Y of sequence ROI.
Sequence ROI Binning Vertical =1 (Off):
Setting range is 0 to (3840 - [Sequence ROI Height])
Sequence ROI Binning Vertical =2 (On):
Setting range is 0 to (1920 - [Sequence ROI Height])
The limitations of step number and other factors are the same as the normal ROI mode set by
[Video Send Mode] =―Normal‖.
(6) Sequence ROI Gain Selector
In Sequence ROI Gain Selector, the gain settings for each index are available.
SP-20000C-CXP2: Gain (ALL), Red, and Blue can be set.
SP-20000M-CXP2: Only Gain is displayed and can be set.
(7) Sequence ROI Black Level
Black Level setting is available for each index.
(8) Sequence ROI Exposure Time
Exposure Time setting is available for each index.
(9) Sequence ROI Binning Horizontal
ON or OFF of Horizontal Binning for each index can be set.
(10) Sequence ROI Binning Vertical
ON or OFF of Vertical Binning for each index can be set.
(11) Sequence ROI LUT Enable
Enable or disable of LUT function for each index 0 to 9 can be set.
(12) Sequence ROI Frame Count
This can set how many times the selected index is repeated. This is applied to each index.
Triggers are input according to numbers set in Frame Count and index is repeated and moves
to the next index. Therefore, the same number of triggers as Frame Count must be input.
(13) Sequence ROI Next Index
Only when Trigger Sequence is configured, it is possible to set the next index to the
currently executing index. In this case, after the acquisition starts and the external trigger
is input, the index table always starts from index 0. Accordingly, after the repeated
cycle of index 0 set by Frame Count is completed, the next index can be set as required.
However, if Sequence ROI Next Index is set to OFF, it refers to the setting of Sequence
Repetition.
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“TL Params Locked = 1”
+
“Acquisition Start”
“Acquisition Stop”
+
“TL Params Locked = 0”
“TL Params Locked = 1”
+
“Acquisition Start”
“Acquisition Start”
Acquisition
Active
“Non-Active”
Sequence Index
can be changed
“Active”
“Non-Active”
“Active”
Sequence Index cannot be changed
Sequence
Index
Execute from
Index 0
Sequence Index
Can be changed
Sequenc
e
Index
Execute
from
Index 0
Detect
Sequence
Next Index
=Off setting
Sequence
Index
Pointer
&
Repetition
Count
Clear
“Non-Active”
“Active”
Sequence Index cannot be changed
Sequence
Repetition
Detect
decrement
value=0
Sequence
Index
Execute
from
Index 0
Sequence
Index
Execcute
from Index
0
Frame Start
Trigger In
Frame
Active Out
Sequence Index
Stop
Sequence Index
Executing
Fig.35
Sequence Index
Stop
Sequence Index
Executing
Sequence Index
Stop
Sequence Index
Executing
Sequence ROI trigger timing chart
(14) Sequence Repetition
If Trigger Sequence is selected, and if there is an entry in the Index Table whose Sequence
ROI Next Index is set to OFF, the value of Sequence Repetition is valid. Then, it becomes
possible to repeat the Index Table as set in Sequence Repetition.
After the acquisition starts, the index table is executed from Index 0 by the external trigger.
And when the index table whose Sequence ROI Next Index is set to OFF is finished, the value
of Sequence Repetition is decremented internally. In this case, if the result of decrement is
not “0”, the index table starts from Index 0 again. If the result of decrement is 0, the status
changes to Acquisition Stop and cannot accept the external trigger.
The following chart shows the flow chart.
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Acquisition Start
Set “Index 0”
Trigger In
No Input
Input
Execute Index Table
[Sequence ROI Frame Count]
Decrement value : -1
>≠ 0
[Sequence ROI
Frame Count]
Decrement
value
If Next Index does
not
have
“Off”
setting, the current
index
table
is
repeated.
=0
≠ Off
Next Index
Set the index number of
the next index
= Off
[Sequence Repetition]
Decrement value: -1
>≠ 0
[Sequence
Repetition]
Decrement
value
=0
Acquisition Stop
Fig.36
Flow chart of Trigger Sequence
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(15) Next Sequence Index
If Command Sequence is selected, Next Sequence Index can be used. When the index is
changed in the Next Sequence Index selector, a Next Sequence Index command is sent to
the camera manually. The index table which is indicated by the Next Sequence Index
command is executed by the next trigger input.
However, when Command Sequence is used, Sequence ROI Frame Count and Sequence
ROI Next Index are disabled and ignored.
In the case of Command Sequence, as Next Sequence Index command is not sent after the
acquisition starts, Index 0 is executed if the external trigger is input.
The index table indicated by the Next Sequence Index command executed by the external
trigger. But, if the following Next Sequence Index command is not sent, and then the external
trigger is input, the same index table is executed again.
7.8.6
Associated GenICam register information
Table – 56
Associated GenICam register information
GenICam
Name
Access
Video Send Mode Selector
R/W
Sequence ROI Index
R/W
Sequence Repetition
Sequence ROI Frame Count
R/W
R/W
Sequence ROI Next Index
R/W
Sequence ROI Width
Sequence ROI Height
R/W
R/W
Sequence ROI OffsetX
R/W
Sequence ROI OffsetY
R/W
Sequence ROI Gain
R/W
Sequence Exposure Time
R/W
Sequence ROI H Binning
Sequence ROI V Binning
Sequence ROI LUT Enable
Sequence ROI Black Level
Sequence ROI Gain Red
(for Color Model)
Sequence ROI Gain Blue
(for Color Model)
Next Sequence Index
Values
Normal Mode
Trigger Sequence
Command Sequence
Multi Mode
Index 0 to Index 9
Category
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
1 to 255
1 to 255
Index 0 to Index 9
Off
8 to 5120
2 to 3840
0 to (5120 – Sequence
ROI Width)
0 to (3840 – Sequence
ROI Height)
100 to 1600
10 to Acquisition Frame
rate Raw
1 or 2
1 or 2
0 or 1
-256 to 255
R/W
-4533 to 17713
JAI-Custom
R/W
-4533 to 17713
JAI-Custom
R/W
Index 0 to Index 9
JAI-Custom
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JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP2
7.9.
Table - 46
Exposure
Mode
OFF
(Note3)
Timed
(Note 3)
Timed
(Note 4)
Trigger
Width
Operation and function matrix
Operation and function matrix
Trigger
mode
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Trigger
Option
(Note4)
(Note1)
(Note2)
(Note3)
(Note4)
ON
HExposure
control
ROI
Auto
White
Balance
(Note2)
Auto
Gain
Auto
Exposure
Trigger
Overlap
Video Send Mode
Binning
Binning
(Note1)
(Note1)
1
1
×
○
○
○
×
2
2
×
○
○
○
1
1
○
○
○
2
2
○
○
1
1
○
2
2
1
Multi
ROI
Sequence
ROI
×
○
×
×
×
○
×
○
○
×
○
×
○
○
○
×
○
×
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
1
×
○
×
×
×
○
○
×
2
2
×
○
×
×
×
○
○
×
1
1
○
○
×
×
×
×
○
×
2
2
○
○
×
×
×
×
○
×
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
(Note4)
Timed
V-
PIV
SP-20000M-CXP2 only
SP-20000C-CXP2 only
Continuous trigger operation
External trigger operation
8.
Other functions
8.1
Black level control
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This function adjusts the setup level.
Variable range: -256 to 255 LSB (at 10-bit output)
8.1.1
Black Level Selector
The following items can be adjusted.
Monochrome:
Black Level All
Color:
Black Level All/ Black Level Red/ Black Level Blue
8.1.2
Black Level
The black level can be adjusted in the following range.
Monochrome:
Black Level All : -256 ~+255
Color:
Black Level All : -256 ~+255
Black Level Red: -128 ~+127
Black Level Red: -128 ~+127
8.1.3
Auto black control
The auto black control function is used to automatically adjust the black level of the sensor, which may
vary due to temperature changes and/or the exposure time.
It can adjust up to 30% of the video output level.
It has three modes which have different compensation values and the user can choose an appropriate
mode depending on the application.
As the dynamic range of the sensor depends on the compensation value of the black level, for best
results it is recommended that the camera be used under low temperature conditions, i.e., less than
30°C and with exposure times of less than 1 frame, in order to maintain an appropriate dynamic range.
8.1.4
Auto:
The compensation value can be automatically varied up to 30%. In this mode, the
dynamic range is the smallest.
Limit:
In this mode, the limit of the black level compensation value can be set in the
range of 0% to 30% by 1% steps. If the camera is used in an environment with little
temperature change or short exposure time, this mode can automatically provide an
appropriate balance between black level compensation and dynamic range by setting
the upper limit of the black level compensation.
Fix:
In this mode, the camera automatically saves the temperature
and the status of the exposure time just before this mode is set. Then, it sets
the appropriate black level compensation value and the maximum
dynamic range in accordance with the saved conditions. After this automatic
adjustment, the compensation value, which is indicated by percentage, can be read
out.
In this mode, the black level compensation value is fixed. It is recommended to use
this mode if the temperature and exposure time are stable. If the black level
varies due to temperature change and/or exposure time variation, it is necessary
to set this mode again in order to learn the new environmental conditions. If the
environmental conditions are expected to be varied, it is recommended to use Auto
or limit mode.
Associated GenICam register information
Table – 57
Associated GenICam register information
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8.2
GenICam Name
Access
Values
Category
Black Level Selector
R/W
Digital All
Analog Control
Black Level Raw
R/W
-256 to 255
Analog Control
Gain control
The SP-20000M-CXP2 can adjust the master gain level (DigitalGainAll) from x1 (0dB) to 16 times (+24dB)
using x1 (0dB) as the reference (Factory default).
In the SP-20000C-CXP2, the master gain level (DigitalGainAll) can be adjusted from x1 (0dB) to 16 times
(+24dB) and R and B gains can be adjusted in the range of 0.45 times (-7dB) to 3.16 times (+ 10dB) using
the master gain as the reference.
Resolution: Master Gain:
x0.01 /Step
Blue/Red Gain: x0.00017 /Step
In the SP-20000-CXP2, the digital gain is entirely used for adjusting the gain. Therefore, if a high gain
setting is used, breaks in the histogram may occur.
In the SP-20000C-CXP2, the color temperature adjusting range is specified in order to maintain the
maximum dynamic range of the sensor. Therefore, if the white balance is adjusted out of the specified
color temperature adjusting range and if the gain setting is less than the following conditions, the sensor
output may clip before it is saturated.
The guideline for settings at which the sensor output is clipped
At Master Gain 0 dB: R/B Gain = -2995 (approx. x 0.6)
The guideline for R and B gain
Color temperature
R Gain setting
B Gain setting
3000K
-2110(approx. x 0.74)
16828(approx.. x 3)
9000K
18057(approx. x 3.2)
-2993(approx.. x 0.6)
Gain
Setting
Value
Gain
Amplitude
Gain Control Range for
Monochrome
x16
34dB
24dB
X16
X3.16
0
0dB
x0.45
Red
R&B
Blue
10dB
0dB
-7dB
X7.15
x3.16
x1
(Magnification)
24dB
1600
Gain Setting Value
Gain Control Range for Bayer Color
Master
X50.56
x7.15
100
Gain
Magnification
Master
x50.56
1600
Gain
Setting
Value
10dB
10dB
0dB
X1
0dB
-7dB
X0.45
17713 (X3.16)
0 (X1)
-4533 (X0.45)
17713 (X3.16)
0 (X1)
-4533 (X0.45)
-7dB
The above drawing shows the relation among gain setting value (command), gain amplitude and dB
indication. For example, the gain amplitude ―x 3.16‖ equals 10dB.
Fig.37
8.2.1
Gain control
Gain Selector
The following parameters can be set.
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Monochrome:
Color:
8.2.2
Digital All
Digital All / Digital Red/ Digital Blue
Gain
The range for adjustment is as follows.
Monochrome:
Digital All : 100 ~ 1600 (0dB ~24dB)
Color:
Digital All : 100 ~ 1600 (0dB ~24dB)
Digital Red: -4533 ~ +17713 (-7dB ~ +10dB)
Digital Blue: -4533 ~ +17713 (-7dB ~ +10dB)
8.2.3
Gain Auto
This provides automatic control of the gain level.
This is controlled by the command ALC Reference.
There are three modes.
OFF:
Adjust manually.
Once:
Operate only one time when this command is set
Continuous:
Operate the auto gain continuously
The following detailed settings are also available.
ALC Speed:
The rate of adjustment of Gain Auto can be set. (Common with
Exposure Auto)
Gain Auto Max:
The maximum value of Gain Auto control range can be set
Gain Auto Min:
The minimum value of Gain Auto control range can be set
ALC Reference:
The reference level of Gain Auto control can be set (Common with
Exposure Auto)
ALC channel area:
The measurement area of Gain Auto control can be set, either
entire area or individual section (Common with Exposure Auto)
High
Mid-left
High
Mid-right
High
Right
Mid-High
Left
Mid-High
Mid-left
Mid-High
Mid-right
Mid-High
Right
Mid-Low
Left
Mid-Low
Mid-left
Mid-Low
Mid-right
MidLow
Right
Low
Mid-left
Low
Mid-right
Low
Right
High
Left
Low
Left
Fig.38
8.2.4
Detection area
Balance White Auto
This is a function to adjust white balance by controlling red and blue gain automatically.
The operation can be selected from the following methods.
OFF:
Manual adjustment
Once:
Performs auto white balancing once when this function is called.
Continuous:
Continuously adjusts white balance.
The controlled area can be set in AWB Channel Area. This is the same as ALC channel area.
8.2.5
Associated GenICam register information
Table – 58
Associated GenICam register information
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GenICam Name
Gain Auto
R/W
ALC Speed
ALC Reference
Gain Auto Max
Gain Auto Min
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
ALC Channel Area ALL
R/W
ALC Channel Area
Low Right
ALC Channel Area
Low Middle Right
ALC Channel Area
Low Middle Left
ALC Channel Area
Low Left
ALC Channel Area
Middle Low Right
ALC Channel Area
Middle Low Middle Right
ALC Channel Area
Middle Low Middle Left
ALC Channel Area
Middle Low Left
ALC Channel Area
Middle High Right
ALC Channel Area
Middle High Middle Right
ALC Channel Area
Middle High Middle Left
ALC Channel Area
Middle High Left
ALC Channel Area
High Right
ALC Channel Area
High Middle Right
ALC Channel Area
High Middle Left
ALC Channel Area
High Left
8.3.
Access
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Values
Off
Continuous
Once
1 to 8
1 to 100
100 to 1600
100 to 1599
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Category
Analog Control
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
LUT
This function can be used to convert the input to the desired output characteristics.
The Look-Up Table (LUT) has 256 points for setup. The output level can be created by multiplying the
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gain data by the input level.
8.3.1
LUT Enable
Can be selected from OFF, Gamma or LUT Table.
8.3.2
LUT Index
This represents the ―starting‖ or ―input‖ pixel value to be modified by the Lookup Table. The
SP-20000-CXP2 has a 256-point Lookup Table, meaning the index points is treated like an 8bit image with
0 representing a full black pixel and 255 representing a full white pixel. The index points are
automatically scaled to fit the internal pixel format of the camera. This is common for all output
configuration.
8.3.3
LUT Value
This is the ―adjusted‖ or ―output‖ pixel value for a given LUT index. It has a range of 0 to 4095 (12-bit)
and is automatically scaled to the bit depth of the current operating mode (8-bit or 10-bit).
Note: linear interpolation is used if needed to calculate LUT values between index points. In the color
mode, the LUT function works the same regardless of the color of the pixel.
Output Data = Video IN x LUT data
If there is no data, use
adjacent data on both sides
Average data
compensation
画素欠陥が
Fig.39
8.3.4
used
for
LUT data processing method
Associated GenICam register information
Table – 59
Associated GenICam register information
GenICam Name
8.4
is
Access
Gamma
R/W
JAI LUT Mode
R/W
LUT Selector
R/W
LUT Index
LUT Value
R/W
R/W
Values
0 to 15
Off
Gamma
LUT
Mono (for mono)
Red/Green/Blue (for Color)
0 to 255
0 to 4095
Gamma
This command is used set gamma between gamma 0.45 and gamma 1.0(OFF).
16 steps are provided. The gamma value is an approximate value.
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Analog Control
Analog Control
LUT Control
LUT Control
LUT Control
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP2
Fig.40
8.5
Gamma correction
Shading Correction
This function compensates for shading (non-uniformity) caused by the lens or the light source used.
This compensation can be performed even if shading issues are not symmetrical in horizontal and/or
vertical directions.
There are two methods of correction.
Flat shading correction:
The method to compensate the shading is to measure the highest luminance level in the image
and use that data as the reference. Luminance levels of other areas are then adjusted so that
the level of the entire area is equal. Compensation is performed using a grid of 20 blocks (H) x
15 blocks (V). Each block has 256 pixels x 256 pixels. The complementary process is applied to
produce the compensation data with less error.
Adjustable range
Less 30%
Fig.41
Concept drawing of Flat shading correction
Color shading correction (For SP-20000C-CXP2 only):
In this case, R channel and B channel are adjusted to match with G channel characteristics. The
block grid for compensation is 20 blocks (H) x 15 blocks (V) and each block contains 256 x 256
pixels. The complementary process is applied to produce the compensation data with less error.
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Before adjustment
After adjustment
Fig. 42
Concept drawing of Color shading correction
Note: Under the following conditions, the shading correction circuit may not work properly.



Table – 60
If there is some area in the image with a video level less than 70%
If part of the image or the entire image is saturated
If the highest video level in the image is less than 300LSB (at 10-bit output)
Associated GenICam register information
GenICam Name
Access
Shading Mode
(Color Model Only)
Perform Shading Correct
R/W
WO
Shading Mode
8.6
R/W
Values
Flat Shading
Color Shading
True
Off
User1
User2
User3
Category
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
Blemish compensation
The SP-20000-CXP2 has a blemish compensation circuit. This function compensates blemishes on the
CMOS sensor (typically pixels with extremely high response or extremely low response). This applies to
both monochrome and color versions. Pixels that fulfill the blemish criteria can be compensated by
averaging the data from pixels in both adjacent columns and, in the case of the SP-20000C-CXP2, the
defective pixels can be compensated by averaging the data from the same Bayer color pixels in adjacent
columns. The number of pixels that can be compensated is up to 1000 pixels.
Defective Pixel
Blemish Compensation Principle
B/W
Color
Fig. 43
Blemish compensation
If several defective pixels occur in series, 3 pixels in monochrome and 2 same color pixels in color can be
compensated.
Fig. 44
Avaraging
Avaraging
Defective pixels
Defective pixels
Compensation if defective pixels are in series
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Table – 61
Associated GenICam register information
GenICam Name
8.7
Access
Blemish Reduction Enable
R/W
Blemish
Blemish
Blemish
Blemish
Blemish
WO
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Reduction Calibration
Detect Threshold
Detect Position Index
Detect Position X
Detect Position Y
Values
Category
False
True
True
0 to 100
0 to 1000
0 to 5119
0 to 3839
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
ALC
In the SP-20000-CXP2, auto gain and auto exposure can be combined to provide a wide ranging automatic
exposure control from dark to bright or vice versa.
The functions are applied in the sequence shown below and if one function is disabled, the remaining
function will work independently.
If the lighting condition is changed from bright to dark
If the lighting condition is changed from dark to bright
Dark AGC works:
AGC
Max
Auto shutter works:
ASC ― AGC
AGC ― ASC
Light changes AGC operation
Max ~ Min (User set)
Gain is fixed at Min.
Auto Shutter
Max
Auto shutter operation
Max ~ Min (User set)
Operation if light changes
from dark to bright
Fig.45
Bright
Auto Shutter
fixed at Min
Operation if light changes
from bright to dark
ALC function
ALCReference will determine the target video level for AGC and Auto Exposure. For instance, if
ALCReference is set to 100% video level, AGC and/or Auto Exposure will function to maintain 100% video
level.
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Associated GenICam register information
GenICamName
Access
Exposure Auto
R/W
Gain Auto
R/W
ALC Speed
ALC Reference
R/W
R/W
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Off
Continuous
Once
Off
Continuous
Once
1 to 8
1 to 100
Category
Acquisition Control
Analog Control
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP2
ASC Max
ASC Min
AGC Max
AGC Min
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
ALC Area Enable ALL
R/W
ALC Channel Area
Low Right
ALC Channel Area
Low Middle Right
ALC Channel Area
Low Middle Left
ALC Channel Area
Low Left
ALC Channel Area
Middle Low Right
ALC Channel Area
Middle Low Middle Right
ALC Channel Area
Middle Low Middle Left
ALC Channel Area
Middle Low Left
ALC Channel Area
Middle High Right
ALC Channel Area
Middle High Middle Right
ALC Channel Area
Middle High Middle Left
ALC Channel Area
Middle High Left
ALC Channel Area
High Right
ALC Channel Area
High Middle Right
ALC Channel Area
High Middle Left
ALC Channel Area
High Left
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
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101
100
100
100
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
to
to
to
to
8000000
999999
1600
1599
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
JAI-Custom
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP2
9. Camera Settings
9.1
Camera Control Tool
In the SP-20000-CXP2, control of all camera functions is done by the JAI SDK and Control Tool software.
All controllable camera functions are stored in an XML file inside of the camera. The JAI SDK and Control
Tool software can be downloaded from www.jai.com.
9.2
Camera Default Settings
When the camera is connected to PC and start up JAI_SDK, camera setting data (XML file) is
downloaded to the camera.
The following table shows default settings of basic functions.
Image Format
Bit allocation
8-bit
Width
5120
Height
3840
Binning Horizontal
1(OFF)
Binning Vertical
1(OFF)
Link Configuration
CXP3_X2 (Dual)
Acquisition Control
Acqusition Mode
Continuous
Acquisition Frame Rate
15Hz
Trigger Selector
Acqusition Start
Trigger Mode
OFF
Trigger Activation
Rising Edge
Trigger Source
Low
Trigger Overlap
OFF
Exposure Control
Exposure Mode
Timed
Gain
Gain
1
Gain Auto
OFF
Gamma
0.45
Video Send Mode
Normal
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10.
External appearance and dimensions
Dimensions tolerance : ±0.3mm
Unit : mm
Fig. 47
Appearance and Dimensions
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11.
11.1.
Specifications
Camera spectral response
Fig.48
Fig.49
SP-20000M-CXP2
SP-20000C-CXP2
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Spectral response
Spectral response (With IR Cut Filter)
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP2
11.2.
Specification table
Specifications
SP-20000M-CXP2
Scanning system
Synchronization
Interface
Image sensor (CMV-20000)
Aspect ratio
Effective image size
Cell size
Effective Image output pixel
Pixel clock
Link Configuration
Tap Geometry
CXP6_X2
CXP6_X1
Acquisition
Frame rate
CXP3_X2
CXP3_X1
EMVA 1288 Parameters
Absolute sensitivity
Maximum SNR
SN ratio (Traditional Method)
Full image
Height
ROI
Image
Output
Format
Digital
Binni
ng
OFFSET Y
Width
OFFSET
X
H-1
H-2
V-1
V-2
Pixel format
Video Send Mode
SP-20000C-CXP2
Progressive scan, 1-tap output
Internal
CoaXPress (JIIA NIF-011-2010 CoaXPress Standard first edition)
6.25 Gbps, 2 Link PoCXP compliance
35mm Monochrome CMOS
35mm Bayer color CMOS
4:3
32.77 (h) x 24.58 (v) mm 41mm diagonal
6.4 (h) x 6.4 (v) m
5120 (h) x 3840 (v)
5120 (h) x 3840 (v)
40 MHz (CXP6_X2,CXP6_X1,CXP3_X2) and 20 MHz (CXP3_X1)
CXP6_X2
Dual 6.25 Gbps
CXP6_X1
Single 6.25 Gbps
CXP3_X2
Dual 3.125 Gbps
CXP3_X1
Singal 3.125 Gbps
1X–1Y
30 fps (Max) to 8 sec (Min) : 12-bit
—
15 fps (Max) to 8 sec (Min) : 12-bit
—
15 fps (Max) to 8 sec (Min) : 12-bit
—
7.5 fps (Max) to 8 sec (Min) : 12-bit
10-bit output format
16.05 p (λ = 525 nm)
40.24dB
53 dB (Typical)
(0dB gain, Black))
5120 (h) x 3840 (v)
30 fps (Max) to 8 sec (Min) : 12-bit
15 fps (Max) to 8 sec (Min) : RGB 8-bit
15 fps (Max) to 8 sec (Min) : 12-bit
7.5 fps (Max) to 8 sec (Min) : RGB 8-bit
15 fps (Max) to 8 sec (Min) : 12-bit
7.5 fps (Max) to 8 sec (Min) : RGB 8-bit
7.5 fps (Max) to 8 sec (Min) : 12-bit
10-bit output format
18.14 p (λ = 530 nm)
38.32dB
51 dB (Typical)
(0dB gain, Green Pixel Black)
Bayer
5120 (h) x 3840 (v)
2 ~3840 lines, 2 line / step
2 ~3840 lines, 2 lines / step
0 ~3838 lines, 2 line / step
8 ~ 5120 pixels, 8 pixel/step
0 ~3838 lines , 2 lines / step
8 ~ 5120 pixels, 8 pixel/step
0 ~ 5112 pixels, 8 pixel/step
0 ~ 5112 pixels, 8 pixel/step
5120 pixels (H)
2560 pixels (H)
* Frame rate is not changed
3840 lines (V)
1920 lines (V)
* Frame rate is not changed
5120 pixels (H)
8-bit , 10-bit ,12-bit
—
3840 lines (V)
—
Bayer 8-bit , 10-bit ,12-bit,
RGB 8-bit(Only for CXP6_X2/X1 & CXP3_X2)
Normal mode,Trigger Sequence, Command Sequence, Multi ROI
Acquisition Mode
Acquisition
Trigger
selector
Exposure
Trigger option
Continuous / Single frame / Multi frame
Acqusition Start / Acquisition End
Frame Start
OFF (Timed), PIV(Timed PIV)
Trigger Overlap
OFF , Overlap ON (Only for Frame Start),
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Line4(TTL 1), Line 5 (Opt In 1), Line 7 (CXP IN), Pulse Generator 0/1/2/3
Soft Trigger, Line 10 (TTL 2), Line 11 (LVDS)
299 μs (Min) ~ 8 sec. (Max), Step: 1 μs
Trigger input signal
Exposure
Mode
Timed
Trigger Width
Auto exposure
Exposure Auto response
speed
Digital I/O
Reference
Black
level
adjust
Auto
Black
Control
Limit
0% to 30%
adj.
WB area
Preset
xcolor
temp.
WB range
Detection
Compensation
0dB ~+24dB, 0.01dB/step
0dB ~+24dB、0.01dB/step
—
R / B : -7dB to +10dB, 0.01dB/ step
—
4x4
—
4600K, 5600K, 6500K
—
3000K ~ 9000K
—
OFF, Once, continuous
Detect white blemish above the threshold value
(Black blemish is detected only by factory )
Complement by adjacent pixels
Correct Numbers
Up to 1000 pixels
AGC and Auto Exposure can be combined and automatically controlled
Gamma
LUT
Shading compensation
0.45 ~ 1.0 (8 steps are available)
OFF: γ=1.0, ON= 256 points can be set
Flat field
Flat field, Color shading
Block based (256 x 256 pixels)
Block based (256 x 256 pixels)
Color interpolation
3 x 3 matrix,
Linear compensation
Power input
DC+12V to +24V ± 10% (at the input terminal)
Cuurent
Power
consumption
660mA ± 10% (12V input, Normal operation at CXP6_X2, 30 fps)
Lens mount
Flange back
Optical filter
Operating temperature
/ Humidity
(Performance guaranteed)
Operating temperature
/ Humidity
Storage Temp. / Humidity
Regulation
Housing Dimensions
7.9W ± 10% (12V input, Normal operation at CXP6_X2, 30 fps)
F mount, Rear protrusion of the lens is less than 40mm.
F mount :
46.5 mm, Tolerance 0 to -0.05 mm
Optical Low Pass filter +
Protection glass : Not provided
IR cut filter (Half value is 670nm)
-5C to +45C
/ 20 – 80% (no-condensing)
-45C to +70C
/ 20 – 80% (no-condensing)
-45C to +70C / 20% - 80 % (no-condensing)
CE (EN61000-6-2 and EN61000-6-3), FCC part 15 class B, RoHS, WEEE
62 x 62 x 84.5 mm (W x H x D) (excluding protrusion)
Weight
Note 1)
Note 2)
8
-256 ~ 255LSB 10bit
1 STEP = 1LSB
Auto, Limit, Fix
Resolution
Mode
ALC
Power
supply
~ 8 sec. (Max)
Line Selector (12-Pin and AUX 10-Pin): GPIO IN / GPIO OUT
33.5LSB 10-bit (Average of 100*100)
White balance
Blemish
comp.
~ ∞ (Max)
1 ~
Adj. range
Manual
range
WB gain
Gain
Adjust
299 μs (Min)
OFF / Once / Continuous - 100 μs (Min)
350 g
Approximately 5 minutes pre-heating is required to achieve these specifications.
The above specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Appendix
1.
Precautions
Personnel not trained in dealing with similar electronic devices should not service this camera.
The camera contains components sensitive to electrostatic discharge. The handling of these devices
should follow the requirements of electrostatic sensitive components.
Do not attempt to disassemble this camera.
Do not expose this camera to rain or moisture.
Do not face this camera towards the sun, extreme bright light or light reflecting objects.
When this camera is not in use, put the supplied lens cap on the lens mount.
Handle this camera with the maximum care.
Operate this camera only from the type of power source indicated on the camera.
Power off the camera during any modification such as changes of jumper and switch setting.
2.
Typical Sensor Characteristics
The following effects may be observed on the video monitor screen. They do not indicate any fault of the
camera, but are associated with typical sensor characteristics.
V. Aliasing
When the CMOS camera captures stripes, straight lines or similar sharp patterns, jagged edges may
appear on the monitor.
Blemishes
All cameras are shipped without visible image sensor blemishes.
Over time some pixel defects can occur. This does not have a practical effect on the operation of
the camera. These will show up as white spots (blemishes).
Exposure to cosmic rays can cause blemishes to appear on the image sensor. Please take care to
avoid exposure to cosmic rays during transportation and storage. It is recommended using sea
shipment instead of air flight in order to limit the influence of cosmic rays on the camera. Pixel
defects/blemishes also may emerge due to prolonged operation at elevated ambient temperature,
due to high gain setting, or during long time exposure. It is therefore recommended to operate the
camera within its specifications.
Patterned Noise
When the sensor captures a dark object at high temperature or is used for long time integration,
fixed pattern noise may appear on the video monitor screen.
3.
Caution when mounting a lens on the camera
When mounting a lens on the camera dust particles in the air may settle on the surface of the lens or the
image sensor of the camera. It is therefore important to keep the protective caps on the lens and on the
camera until the lens is mounted. Point the lens mount of the camera downward to prevent dust
particles from landing on the optical surfaces of the camera. This work should be done in a dust free
environment. Do not touch any of the optical surfaces of the camera or the lens.
4.
Caution when mounting the camera
When you mount the camera on your system, please make sure to use screws of the recommended length
described in the following drawing. Longer screws may cause serious damage to the PCB inside the
camera.
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If you mount the tripod mounting plate, please use the provided screws.
Camera chassis
5.0mm ± 0.2mm
Tripod mount
Attaching the tripod mount
Camera chassis
5.0mm ± 0.2mm
Fixing plate
Mounting the camera to fixing plate
5.
Exportation
When exporting this product, please follow the export regulation of your own country.
6.
References
1. This manual and a datasheet for SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP2 can be downloaded from
www.jai.com
2. Camera control software can be downloaded from www.jai.com
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Manual change history
Date
Nov. 2013
Jan. 2014
Revision
1.0
1.1
June 2014
Sept. 2014
Oct. 2014
Mar. 2015
May 2015
June 2016
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Changes
New release
Correct weight and power consumption in the specifications
table, Change the description in Sequence ROI trigger mode,
Add GenICam register information to relative chapter,
Addcautions to sections, 5.2.2.2, 7.1.2 and 8.2, Correct typo
Review totaly
Revise Spectral Response, Correct Typo
Revise spectral response with wider wave length range
Add 12-bit function, HDR is an optional function
Add the description of the optical inteface
Remove HDR indication. HDR function is not avlilalbe.
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User's Record
Camera type:
SP-20000M-CXP2 / SP-20000C-CXP2
Revision:
……………..
Serial No.
……………..
Firmware version.
……………..
For camera revision history, please contact your local JAI distributor.
User's Mode Settings.
User's Modifications.
Company and product names mentioned in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
JAI A-S cannot be held responsible for any technical or typographical errors and reserves the right to make changes to products and
documentation without prior notification.
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