manual | TAGARNO FHD TREND
version: 1.1.6 | 2017-11-01
Contents
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intended use
2.warnings
3.tips
4.
laser pointer warning
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yOU HAVE RECEIVED
6.ASSEMBLING
7.CONNECTING 8.Operation 9.
setup menu
10.measurement application (TMA)
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system update
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license activation
13.Technical specifications
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system requirements
15.maintenance
16.warranty
17.
license agreement
18.
ergonomic recommendations
19.DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
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intended
INteNded
uSeuse
The product is a digital magnifying system consisting of a camera unit, PCBs, mechanical
parts and a power supply. The product is intended for marketing worldwide and is designed for
manual visual inspection
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warnings
WARNINGS
Read all safety information before you use the product
Please pay attention when you see the warning label on the product
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Read the manual before you use the product
Use the product only as specified, or the protection supplied by the product can
be compromised
If fluids are spilled on the product, turn the system off immediately by pulling the power
supply out of the electrical outlet
In case of fire close to the microscope, please turn off and disconnect the system
Do not touch the light source. It gets hot when using the product
Do not look directly into the light source
You must not discard this electrical/electronic product in domestic household waste
Please dispose at your local recycling centre
Avoid subjecting the lens to sharp or hard objects
Please do not connect the microscope, if visible damages appear
When applicable connect the power plug to a grounded power outlet
Do not dismantle any parts of the microscope, except where noted in the manual
Never disassemble or clean internal optical surfaces
Use only the power supply provided from TAGARNO
Always turn off the system before unplugging, when possible
Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause
radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take appropriate measures.
tIPStips
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When applicable, use both hands to move the XY Table
When applicable use both hands to adjust the height of the product
Avoid touching the lens glass
Place the microscope near a wall outlet where the plug can be easily unplugged
4. laser pointer warning
WARNING! Laser radiation when turned on
Power must always be turned off during maintenance
Use the product only as specified or hazardous laser radiation exposure can occur
Radiation specifications:
Class ll laser pointer with 1mW max output at 650-660nm.
The label is placed on the product.
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5. yOU HAVE RECEIVED
Manual
Camera Arm
Rod, Washers, Screws
USB Memory Stick
Hexagon Tool
Power Supply
HDMI - DVI Cable
USB 3.0 A-B Cable
OPTIONS
XPLUS FHD control box HDMI - HDMI cable
XKEY Control box
Base
XY table
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6. ASSEMBLING
assembling | base (1/2)
How to install video: tagarno.com/video-tutorials/how-to-install-tagarno-trend.mp4
Assemble base and rod with the screw. Tighten the rod both below
the base vertically and horizontally on top of the base
Pull the button and place the camera arm on the rod
Fasten the two washers with the screw on top of the rod
The complete microscope with base
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Assembling | xy TABLE (2/2)
Assemble XY table, block and rod with three screws
Pull the button and place the camera arm on the rod
Fasten the two washers with the screw on top of the rod
The complete microscope with XY Table
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7. CONNECTING
CONNECTING | BASE + XY table (1/3)
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USB 2.0 input
Keyboard
Mouse
USB key
USB hard drive
Barcode scanner
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Connect USB cable, control box, monitor, Ethernet and power supply
in that order.
Connect keyboard and mouse in the USB 2.0 inputs (only for use with
TMA). Keyboard and mouse need to be HID compliant.
You can also use the USB inputs for a USB key, USB hard drive
and/or barcode scanner.
If necessary use a USB hub to get multiple USB ports.
Connector
Description
Type
Connect to
Specification
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Power supply
(DC)
DC Jack
Power socket
Input: 12V
1.7A
Use only the power supply provided by TAGARNO:
Brand/Model: Mean Well/GSM40A12
Input: 100-240V 1.0-0.5A, 50-60Hz
Output: 12V 3.34A Max
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Control box
D-SUB 9-Pin Female
Control box
Output: 3.3V
6A Max
Use only control boxes supplied by TAGARNO
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Output
HDMI Standard Type A
Monitor
HDMI Out 1080p60
4+5
USB 2.0 input
USB 2.0 Type A Socket
Keyboard
Mouse
USB key
USB hard drive
Barcode scanner
USB 2.0 Host. Output: 5V
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USB 3.0 output
USB 3.0 Type B Socket
Computer
USB 3.0 Device. Self-powered
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Ethernet
RJ-45
Ethernet wall socket
Ethernet LAN, 100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T
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ESD
Snap Socket, 10mm
ESD Grounding point
ESD Grounding point. Only black models
500mA
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CONNECTING | ESD (2/3)
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Connect ESD grounding cord (electrostatic discharge)
Only black models
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Connect ESD grounding cord (electrostatic discharge)
Only black models
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CONNECTING | COMBINATIONS (3/3)
Live image
Live image
DVI in
HDMI - DVI cable
The microscope can be connected directly to a monitor
Power in
Splitter box
DVI out
Live image
HDMI - DVI cable
DVI out
The microscope an be connected to multiple monitors by adding
an active signal splitter between the TAGARNO and the monitors
Live image
/ image capture
USB3.0
Live image and image capturing through USB3.0 / 3rd part software.
See system recommended (third-party) under system requirements.
You are still able to connect monitor(s) as described above.
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8. Operation
Operation | BASE + xy table (1/3)
How to use video: tagarno.com/video-tutorials/how-to-use-tagarno-trend.mp4
Place the camera arm in the appropriate height according to the
lens you are using
Adjust the friction tension to set your personal preference
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Power on/off
1. Use the pin to rotate the camera inside the camera head
2. Tilt the camera head vertically to each side
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OPERATION | xplus fhd CONTROL BOx (2/3)
Snapshot Function
To take a picture and transfer it to USB or your microscope
internal storage, press the image capture button until you hear
a beep. Long press on the same button will save an image with
graphics, causing the live image to freeze for a few seconds.
This button also turns Auto Snapshot on/off when activated via
the Setup menu.
When taking a picture an information window will appear for a
few seconds showing the file name and storage location.
The image will be saved on the inserted USB memory stick.
If a USB memory stick is not attached, the image is saved
internally on the microscope, provided the share file mode is
turned on. Otherwise an error message will appear and you are
not able to save images.
XPLUS FHD Control box for TAGARNO FHD functions.
Do only connect equipment distributed by TAGARNO.
Dimensions
H: 45mm/1.8" | W: 120mm/4.7" | D: 150mm/5.9".
On screen display (OSD)
The on-screen display provides you with the relevant information
when you push a button on the control box or Setup menu.
For instance if you change the level of magnification, the white
balance, iris, etc. In this way you always know which function you
are activating and which parameters you are using.
Zoom
Push this button on the control box to zoom in.
Push this button on the control box to zoom out.
The magnification level will show via On Screen Display.
Manual Focus
Turn autofocus off by pushing both zoom buttons (plus
and minus) on the control box at the same time until you
hear a beep. You can now adjust focus manually with the
help of the zoom buttons.
Push this button on the control box to adjust focus if you
wish to focus on something very close.
Push this button on the control box to adjust focus if you
wish to focus on something that is farther away.
To turn the autofocus on again, simply push both zoom
buttons (plus and minus) at the same time until you hear
a beep. The focus values will show via On Screen Display.
Setup Menu
Access the Setup menu by pressing the round center
button for 1 second. See separate section regarding
the Setup menu.
To access the files on the microscope, make sure the Ethernet
cable is correctly connected and follow descriptions below.
NB: The serial number is available on the system label and via the
System information window in the microscope Setup menu.
Access files with Windows operation system:
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Open the File Explorer and type: \\tagarno-snxxxxx
Access files with macOS operation system:
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Open the Connect to server window and type:
smb://tagarno-snxxxxx/
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Press connect
In both cases a window will appear and you can type:
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User name: \public (Windows) or public (MAC)
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Password: pub1234
Double click the images folder and you will be able to save, view,
copy, move and rename images.
Memory Function (Preset Button)
To save a favourite setting, press the "P" button.
A Preset Manager menu appears. Here you can choose which
of the 4 presets to use/overwrite, this is done by marking and
choosing save for the given preset.
To use a preset, simply press "P" and press the center button to
choose the preset you want to recall.
The preset values will show via On Screen Display.
Laser pointer (TAGARNO FHD TREND)
Press this button to turn the laser pointer on/off.
You will hear a warning when turning the laser pointer on.
NB! Never look directly into the laser pointer.
If you are using another TAGARNO unit than TAGARNO FHD
TREND, a window on the screen will provide you with information.
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OPERATION | XPLUS FHD + xkey CONTROL BOX (3/3)
Light on/off
Press and hold this button to turn the light on/off.
When the light is turned on/off, a white balance calibration
will be performed automatically.
Application shortcut
Program an individual application shortcut by longpressing the button and choosing a listed application.
You are now able to quickly access this application by
short-pressing the button.
Factory default directs to the Ruler application with both
horizontal og vertical ruler activated.
Multi Function Buttons
When the Setup menu is deactivated, you are able to use
the Multi Function Buttons to control the iris, gain and
exposure time.
Press the center button to switch between auto and
manual exposure mode.
XKEY Control box for TAGARNO FHD functions.
Do only connect equipment distributed by TAGARNO.
Dimensions
H: 22mm/0.87" | B: 61mm/2.40" | D: 100mm/3.94"
Zoom
Push this button on the control box to zoom in.
Push this button on the control box to zoom out.
The magnification level will show via On Screen Display.
Manual Focus
Turn autofocus off by pushing both zoom buttons (plus
and minus) on the control box at the same time. You
can now adjust focus manually with the help of the
zoom buttons.
Push this button on the control box to adjust focus if you wish
to focus on something very close.
Push this button on the control box to adjust focus if you wish
to focus on something that is farther away.
To turn the autofocus on again, simply push both zoom
buttons (plus and minus) at the same time.
The focus values will show via On Screen Display.
Multi Function Buttons
Use the Multi Function Buttons to control the iris, gain and
exposure time.
Press the center button to switch between auto and manual
exposure mode.
When the On Screen Display is open, all four arrows can be
used for navigating the menu and adjustment of settings.
The window will automatically close after 3 seconds inactivity.
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9. setup menu
setup menu (1/4)
The setup menu in your TAGARNO FHD microscope provides you
with 2 entrances to setup your microscope exactly as you like it.
Access the Setup menu by pressing the round center
button on the control box for approx. 1 second.
The 5 possibilities are:
1. Camera settings / 2. General settings / 3. Applications
4. Information / 5. On/off
To navigate in the set-up menu, use the multi function
buttons on the control box.
When applicable, sliding the button to the right, will activate
the feature. Sliding the button left will deactivate the
functionality.
Exit setup menu
You can always exit the setup menu by pressing the center button on
the control box for 1 second or by choosing Exit in the Setup menu.
Same procedure is valid regardless of the menu option accessed.
1. Camera settings
NB! If the camera’s field of view does not contain a white object,
when the unit is turned on, the white balance will be incorrect and it
will be necessary to perform the white balance adjustment process
as described previously.
2. Optimal working distance
This setup works in 3 steps and needs to be carried out on a flat
surface. Take 3 zoom levels into consideration to perform as precise
measurements as possible. The magnification settings prior to
performance will be restored.
3. Closeup Lens
Indicate which lens is mounted on your TAGARNO microscope,
to get the right magnification levels displayed in the On Screen
Display when zooming in and out.
4. Start magnification
Choose the start magnification level you want your TAGARNO
microscope to automatically set when turning your system on.
5. Lock magnification
Lock your magnification level, so your microscope is always
working at your start magnification level and you are not able to
manually zoom in/out.
6. Picture flip
Select if you want to display your image on screen as placed below
the camera or flipped 180 degrees horizontally.
7. IR filter
Turn Infrared filter off when using Infrared ring light.
To use regular ring lights turn the Infrared filter on.
8. White balance calibration at LED light change
Switch on if you want an automatic white balance calibration to be
performed when LED light is changed.
Switch off if you do not want an automatic white balance calibration to
be performed when LED light is changed
9. Video format
Choose between various available video formats:
1080p60 / 1080p50 / 1080p30 / 1080p25
1. White balance calibrate
Perform an automatic white balance adjustment in order to get
colors displayed correctly on screen. There must be a white object
present in the camera’s field of view when the white balance is being
adjusted. A white balance calibration is made each time the camera
is turned on, to adjust to the given light conditions.
10. Image format
Choose between different image formats when saving an image via
USB. Available formats are TIFF, PNG, JPEG or BMP
11. Image prefix
Replace the default image prefix (img_) preceding the date and time
stamp in filenames of captured images. This feature requires an
attached keyboard.
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setup menu (2/4)
2. general settings
7. System units
Choose to display metrics or imperial units when using the microscope.
8. Numeric format
Here you can select the numeric format based on your preference.
Choose between 1,234.56, 1.234,56 or 1 234,56.
9. System language
The following languages are available as system language:
Danish, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Romanian, Russian
and Spanish.
10. Keyboard layout
Select your horizontally language by pressing buttons left or right on the
XPLUS control box. The available languages are listed alphabetically.
The microscope is by default set to GB. The available languages are:
BE, DE, Dk, ES, FI, FR, GB, HU, IL, IT, NO, PL, RO, RU, SE, US.
11. Foot switch configuration
With this function you can choose between Zoom Only and Zoom/Focus
on the foot switch.
1. Ruler color
Set the ruler color to your prefered color choice to separate it from your
displayed object. Choose between 6 different colors:
Zoom/Focus is the default configuration. Setting the option to Zoom
Only allows you to zoom in/out with the foot switch, even if the
microscope is set in Manual focus mode by the control box.
YELLOW, BLUE, RED, BLACk, WHITE AND GREEN.
12. Time
Set the current time, which will affect the time registered when saving
images.
2. File share mode
Activate file share mode which enables you to save images
in the microscopes internal storage and access them via
computers on the same network as your microscope.
13. Date
Set the current date, which will affect the date registered when saving
images.
3. Auto capture mode
To automatically capture images in a certain interval, activate the auto
image capture mode.
4. Auto interval
Set the function to automatically capture images in a certain interval.
Intervals start from 10 seconds and up. Start/stop the interval capturing
by pressing the image button on the control box.
5. Monitor auto detect
Turn off to manually set monitor width
6. Monitor width
Manually set your monitor width, if you do not wish to use the automatic
monitor auto detect, which is read by default. This automatically
changes the magnification level shown in the OSD.
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setup menu (3/4)
3. appliCations
When the Ruler is chosen the system will automatically start in manual
focus set to focus on the part of the object farthest away.
It is also possible to save an image with graphics from the Ruler
function.
4. Watermark
Create an info field on captured images with an image prefix, time
stamp, horizontal field of view, microscope model plus serial number
and/or import and add a custom defined watermark. Watch a preview of
your chosen watermark before closing the window. The watermark will
now appear on all captured images.
1. Focus stacking
In the special features settings, you are able to turn on the Image Focus
Stacking feature, enabling you to stack images with different focuses on
top of each other, creating one ultra-sharp image.
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Set magnification level
Level 1: Manually set focus to the part of the object farthest away.
Level 2: Manually set focus to the nearest part of the object.
Choose amount of images to stack between 5 and 50
Run stacking until menu displays Stacking done
Save image
Close Focus Stacking
2. Measurement application
See separate section about the measurement application.
The application also provide a range of options to control the watermark:
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Enable or disable the watermark
Enable or disable info field with an image prefix, time stamp,
horizontal field of view, microscope model and serial number
Enable or disable the latest imported custom watermark
Import a custom watermark by inserting a USB memory stick into the
microscope, containing a PNG image file measuring 1920x1080px
named watermark.png
3. Ruler
Turn the OSD Ruler Off, Horizontal, Vertical or Both to get a ruler
displayed on top of your live image on screen in metrics or imperial
units, according to chosen measuring units.
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setup menu (4/4)
5. Verification lines
TAGARNO measurement application is required in order to run this
application.
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The application provides a range of options to control the lines:
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Recall calibrations from TMA to use as starting point for placing
verification lines
Choose unit type
Recall a template
Save image with graphics
Control direction of the placed lines via an angle according to the
enlarged object. Reset direction of lines to horisontal.
Enable or disable the grid
View details in upper right corner
1. System information
This enables you to see model number, serial number, firmware versions
and other information about the product.
2. Storage information
When choosing this function an information window will appear
showing the internal storage capacity on the microscope and on the
USB memory stick.
3. System update
See separate section about System Update.
4. Restore factory default settings
Restore the system to the factory default settings, all your personal
settings will be erased, including calibrations and images.
Set the ruler color to your prefered color choice to separate it from your
displayed object.
Insert lines vertically and/or horizontally with a user defined number of
lines either baseline or continued. State the distance between the lines
and mark the tolerance.
Insert a grid with a user defined number of lines and state the wanted
distance between the lines.
5. oFF
1. Power off
Turn the TAGARNO microscope off
Menu options, layout and messages might slightly vary from one version
of this microscope to another. Please contact your TAGARNO distributor
if you have any questions regarding your TAGARNO microscope.
Save as template
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10.measurement application (TMA)
tagarno
MeasureMent
appliCation
| Calibration
measurement
application
| calibration
(1/3)
To use the measurement application the mouse and keyboard must be
connected as described on page 6.
5.
Calibration sheets
Note: If the calibration sheet is placed incorrectly, the calibration will fail. If
the Result says FAIL, try choosing to Live ON to adjust the position of the
calibration sheet and recalibrate by pressing Run calibration again.
When buying the measurement application you receive calibration
sheets from D to I for Dot grid calibration and a ruler for linear
calibration. Calibration sheets A, B and C are available at:
tagarno.com/download-calibration-sheets-abc
Click Run Calibration and check if the result says PASS
6.
Click OK to save the new calibration and close calibration state
7.
Click Cancel to close without saving the calibration
The calibration sheets provided can be used with lenses up to +10.
Use the custom Dot grid or linear calibration methods for lenses +25
and higher.
new Calibration - lineary
This is a calibration method where you use a reference line
and state the line length. The measurement accuracy depends
the user’s diligence when drawing the reference line.
new Calibration
When performing a calibration four current values are locked and
saved in the measurement software;
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Zoom level
Focus height
Close-up lens
Scaling factor
After the calibration is performed, the proportions will only be
measurable within the focus area.
Linear calibration does not compensate for lens curve distortion.
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Selectasuitablemagnificationlevel
2.
Press New calibration
3.
Choose Lineary calibration in the drop down menu under Actual
calibration sheet
4.
Find an object with measurable distances (eg. a ruler) and place it under
the microscope
5.
Select Lineary calibration in the drop down menu
6.
Selectoneofthepredefinedrulerlenghtsfromthedropdownmenu
matching the actual length of your reference line
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Place the markers according to the chosen ruler length
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Adjust the image according to the appearing reference line
- zoom in and adjust the end points for increased precision
new Calibration - Dot griD
Advanced calibration is done automatically by placing a
predefineddotgridcalibrationsheetunderthecamera
and taking a picture.
While running the calibration, the software will automatically
compensate for lens curve distortion and non-linearity and carry out
calculations with a precision of sub-pixels.
1.
Selectasuitablemagnificationlevel
2.
Press New calibration
Note! When measuring on a ruler, always measure from forefront to forefront
of the lines on the ruler
3.
Place the recommended calibration sheet straight under
your microscope, so that the top row of dots is visible
4.
Select the recommended calibration sheet in the drop down
under Actual calibration sheet
9.
Click Run calibration
Note: If the markers is placed incorrectly, the calibration will fail.
If the Result says FAIL, try switching Live OFF to zoom in and adjust the
position of the markers and recalibrate by pressing Run calibration again.
10. Click OK to save the calibration and close
11. Click Cancel to close without saving the calibration
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measurement
application
| calibration
and toolanD
menu
(2/3)Menu
tagarno
MeasureMent
appliCation
| Calibration
tool
new Calibration - CustoM DotgriD
Advanced calibration is done automatically by placing any
predefineddotgridcalibrationtoolunderthecamera
and taking a picture. While running the calibration, the
software will automatically compensate for lens curve
distortion.
The dots should at least have a diameter of 20px on the screen to be
recognized by the calibration mechanism.
saving anD reCalling a Calibration
The application will store and recall a calibration, so that you do not have
to recalibrate every time the software has been closed.
When you readjust a calibration, the camera focus locks. This means that
you maybe have to readjust the physical distance between the camera
and the object you are looking at (focus height), to display the image
sharply.
1.
Selectasuitablemagnificationlevel
2.
Press New calibration
When recalling a calibration, it is important that you use the same close
up lens as during the initial calibration.
3.
Select Custom dotgrid in the drop down under Actual calibration
sheet
For each measurement the result will automatically appear in a box,
which will be editable in size and location.
Is it not possible to edit the text numbers in the box.
4.
Select the dot spacing measure and preferred unit
5.
Place the calibration grid straight under the microsccope, so that
the top row of dots is visible
6.
Click Run Calibration and check if the Result says PASS
tool Menu
Settings
Mouse
An information window will occour and you can now adjust
the mouse sensitivity by selecting a point on the bar between
slow and fast.
If the calibration sheet is placed incorrectly, the calibration will fail.
Decimals
Choose the number of decimals you want your measurements
to be displayed with by using the drop down menu.
If the Result says FAIL, try choosing to Live ON to adjust the position
of the calibration sheet and recalibrate by pressing Run calibration
again.
7.
Click OK to save the new calibration and close calibration state
8.
Click Cancel to close without saving the calibration
Tooltips
When you mouseover a menu point a text box will show
tooltips.
Delete a Calibration
Delete calibration
Use this function to delete a saved calibration.
Magnificationlevels
Usethekeyboardtochangemagnificationlevels
Object and text color adjustment
Use this function to set the colors for drawings and texts
before using a tool. The hue is set to black by default.
You are not able to edit the color after using the tool.
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measurement
application
| tool menu
(3/3)Menu
tagarno
MeasureMent
appliCation
| tool
Background color adjustment
Adjust the color of the text annotation background
before using the text annotation tool. The hue is set to
transparent by default. You are not able to edit the color
after using the tool.
Line width
Choose the line width of your measurements lines in pix
Choose measurement units
Choose your prefered measurement units in the dropdown
menu. It is possible to choose between mm, cm and
inches.
Text Annotation
This function makes it possible to add text annotations
anywhere in the window. Use the Keyboard to type the text.
Move the text box to the wanted location and left click the
mousetoconfirmtheposition.
Arrow Annotation
With this tool it is possible to add arrow annotations anywhere
in the window. Use the left mouse button to place the endpoints.
The second point is the end of the arrow.
Edit
In edit mode all adjustable points will be shown as a
small circle which highlights (red circle) on mouse over.
When a point is highlighted you can choose and relocate
the point. In view mode the points are hidden. By rightclicking on a point, you are able to delete the point.
LiveView
Use this button to toggle between live and still image mode.
In Live mode the live camera image is active. In Still image
mode the latest snapshot will be shown.
Lens Correction
This function takes the calibration data and corrects the
image for lens curve distortion. Lens correction can only be
processed in a calibrated state, not in lineary calibrated mode.
Clear all
Use this button to clear all drawings.
Moreover this button can be used to toggle between latest
snapshot and a corrected version of the snapshot.
Point-to-point measurement
With this measurement tool it is possible to measure the
distance between two points. Use left mouse click to place
the two endpoints.
Snapshot
Use this button to take a snapshot of the live image.
The snapshot will not be saved automatically.
Polyline measurement
Place three or more points to get the length of each
distance plus the length of the full polyline.
Circle measurement
This tool enables you to calculate a radius of a circle.
Place three points in the periphery of a circle and it will
calculate the radius. Use left mouse click to place the
three points.
Angle measurement
This function makes it possible to measure any given angle.
Use left mouse click to place four points - two on each side
of the angle you want to measure.
Area measurement
Use this function to make a polygon area measurement.
Use left mouse click to place at least three points. To stop
adding points to your polygon just right-click on the mouse.
SaveImage
This button gives a choice between saving the image with or
without drawing overlay. When saving with drawing overlay
the actual view will be saved (including digital zoom).
When taking a picture an information window will appear for a few
secondsshowingthefilenameandstoragelocation.
The image will be saved on the inserted USB memory stick. If
a USB memory stick is not attached, the image is saved internally
onthemicroscope,providedthesharefilemodeisturnedon.
Otherwise an error message will appear and you are not able to
save images.
Close
Use this function or hold center button down for a few seconds
to close the measurement application.
MoveToolbar
Press and hold left mouse button down to move the toolbar
around the window and place it by releasing the mouse button.
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11.system
update
SySTEm UPDATE
system
SySTEm update
UPDATE (1/2)
This is a step by step guide to perform a system update on your
TAGARNO FHD TREND, PRESTIGE or UNO.
STEP 2: PLUG IN THE USB mEmOry STIck
1.
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To install a new application or updates to your TAGARNO, you
need to perform a system update on your current microscope.
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Toperformasystemupdate,asystemupdatefileneedstobe
installed directly on the microscope.
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In some cases you need a license key generated from the
microscope’s serial number in order to activate the application
after installation.
See the license key section for further explanation on how to
request and activate a license.
PlugtheUSBmemorystickintooneofthetwoUSB2.0inputs
atthebackofthemicroscope.LeavetheotherUSB2.0input
empty.
USB2.0input
STEP 3: STArT INSTALLATION
1.
ThesystemupdateprocessisinitiatedintheSetupmenu-Info
-SystemUpdate
Note: In some cases it is necessary to complete more than one
system update processes, if an update contains substantial
improvementsandconsiderablefilesizes.
Follow the few steps below, to perform a system update to your
TAGARNO microscope.
STEP 1: DOWNLOAD INSTALLATION FILE
1.
Locateandaccesstheinstallationfile(s)viathislink:
tagarno.com/firmware-download
2.
Downloadtheinstallationfile(s)toablankUSBmemorystick
(FAT32formatted)
A. Access the Setup menu by pressing the round center
button on the XPLUS FHD control box until the Setup
menu appears
B.TonavigateintheSetupmenu,usethemultifunction
buttons on the XPLUS FHD control box
C.Gotothefourthmenupoint(Info)inthetopmenuand
access it by pressing the round center button
D. Navigate to System Update and choose it by pressing
the round center button
3.
Ifthefile(s)isinaZIPfolder,unzipthefilesandmakesure
thatonlythecorrectinstallationfile(s)andnoZIPfoldersor
previoussystemupdatefilesappearonthememorystick.
Note: Filenamesalwayshavethefollowingformat:
tagarno_fhd_system_vx_xx.image
tagarno_fhd_system_vx_xx.system
tagarno_fhd_system_vx_xx.update
(x_xxdenotingthesystemversion)
Theinstallationfile(s)isidenticalforTAGARNOFHDTREND/
PRESTIGE/UNO.
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system
SySTEm update
UPDATE (2/2)
STEP 4: PErFOrm INSTALLATION
STEP 5: vErIFy INSTALLATION
Screen dialogs will now guide you through the update process
1.
1.
ASystemUpdateWarningappears-Readthewarningand
press OK to start the system update.
Note: At this point the update process can be cancelled safely by
pressing Cancel.
2.
Verify the system update by checking that the Application
version(displayedintheSetupmenu-Info-System
information)matchestheversionofthesystemupdatefile.
NB:Donotswitchoffordisconnectthemicroscopeduring
a system update. This will damage your device and render
it useless.
Whenthesystemupdatefilehasbeenreadandvalidated,
information about the new version is shown. Wait for the
system to update.
STEP 6: AccESS THE APPLIcATION
AnewmenupointwillappearintheSetupmenuunderpt.3
Applications, showing the new application.
Note: To activate the application after installation, you need a unique
license key generated from the microscope serial number.
See the license activation section for further explanation on how to
activate your license.
After activating your license you are now able to access and use the
new application or feature.
Please see the user manual for further information regarding the use
of TAGARNO applications.
If you have trouble performing a system update please contact the
TAGARNO distributor from which you have purchased the product or
sendane-mailtosupport@tagarno.com.
3.
When the system update is complete, the microscope will
automatically restart.
Note: The microscope might switch off after restart. In that case,
turn it back on manually.
4.
After restarting the microscope the system might need to be
updated again by following the same procedure as described
above entering system update
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12.license
1. LICENSE activation
ACTIVATION
A. Access the Setup menu by pressing the round center
button on the XPLUS FHD control box until the Setup menu
appears
After installation of a TAGARNO application, you might need to activate
a unique license key file to be able to access and use the application.
To activate a license key on your TAGARNO microscope follow the
steps below:
B. To navigate in the Setup menu, use the multi function
buttons on the XPLUS FHD control box
Note: The license can only be paired with the microscope which
has the serial number stated in your license. The license can not be
removed and transfered to another microscope.
C. Go to the fourth menu point (Info) in the top menu and
access it by pressing the round center button
D. Navigate to System Update and choose it by pressing the
round center button
STEp 1: DOWNLOAD LICENSE kEy FILE
1.
You will receive an e-mail with a unique license key file after placing an
order, receiving an activation code and requesting the license via
tagarno.com/request-license
Note: If you are missing your license key file, please contact
license@tagarno.com to retrieve the file.
2.
Download the license key file to a blank USB memory stick (FAT32
formatted)
3.
If the file is in a ZIP folder, unzip the folder and make sure that only
the correct license file and no ZIP folders appear on the memory
stick.
STEp 4: pERFORM ACTIVATION
6.
A System Update Warning appears - Read the warning and press OK to
start the system update.
7.
Press Confirm and the update will be processed. Please do not press
the control box unless the installation menu tells you to.
STEp 2: pLUG IN THE USB MEMORy STICk
4.
Plug the USB memory stick into one of the USB 2.0 inputs at
the back of the microscope. Leave the other input empty during
license activation.
STEp 5: ACCESS THE AppLICATION
USB 2.0 input
After activating your license you are now able to access and use the
new application.
STEp 3: START ACTIVATION
Please see the user manual for further information regarding the use
of TAGARNO applications and features
5.
The TAGARNO application is now activated and is ready for use.
The activation process is initiated in the Setup menu - Info - System
Update
If you have trouble activating the application, please contact the
TAGARNO distributor from which you have purchased the product.
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13.Technical specifications
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Technical specifications | BASE (1/3)
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Dimensions
H: 460mm/18.1", D: 530mm/20.8", W: 275mm/10.8"
Weight
6.8 kg/15 lbs
Camera resolution
FHD 1080p, 1920x1080@25/30/50/60Hz
Camera zoom
30x optical
Autofocus
Yes
Power consumption
16.8W
Standby consumption
0.7W
Storage
-5 - +60ºC / +23 - +140ºF, 20 - 90% RH
Operation
+5 - +40ºC / +41 - +104ºF, 20 - 80% RH
Work height
Min: 100mm/3.9", Max: 310mm/12.2"
Work depth
385mm/15.2"
Auto Monitor Detect
Yes
Plug connection
HDMI output, USB 3.0 output, USB 2.0 input, Ethernet and Sub-D for Control box
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Technical specifications | XY TABLE (2/3)
d
w
h
Dimensions
H: 502mm/19.8", D: 530mm/20.9", W: 520mm/20.5"
Weight
12.7 kg/ 28 lbs
Camera resolution
FHD 1080p, 1920x1080@25/30/50/60Hz
Camera zoom
30x optical
Autofocus
Yes
Power consumption
16.8W
Standby consumption
0.7W
Storage
-5 - +60ºC / +23 - +140ºF, 20 - 90% RH
Operation
+5 - +40ºC / +41 - +104ºF, 20 - 80% RH
Work height
Min: 50mm/1.9", Max: 320mm/12.6"
Work depth
385mm/15.2"
Monitor Auto Detect
Yes
Plug connection
HDMI output, USB 3.0 output, USB 2.0 input, Ethernet and Sub-D for Control box
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technical specifications | general (3/3)
features
Use manual or auto focus
Set start magnification
Activate auto capture mode
Access system information
Use manual or auto iris, gain
and exposure time
Lock magnification
Set auto interval
Access storage information
Activate Picture flip
Activate monitor auto detect
Perform a system update
Take a snapshot
Activate IR filter
Set monitor width
Restore factory default settings
Save and access presets
Activate white balance calibration
at LED light change
Choose system units
Turn microscope off
Select numeric format
Focus stacking
Activate laser pointer
Choose video format
Choose system language
Perform white balance calibration
Choose image format
Choose keyboard layout
Measurement application
(Optional)
Turn light on/off
Type image prefix
Select foot switch configuration
Activate Ruler
Set optimal working distance
Choose ruler color
Set time
Watermark (Optional)
Close up lens
Activate file share mode
Set date
Verification lines (Optional)
Lenses
Dimensions
Lens to object distance
Magnification on 22" screen
+3
58 mm/2.3”
333 mm/13.1”
1.2x - 35.4x
+4 (included)
58 mm/2.3”
250 mm/9.8”
1.6x - 47.3x
+5
58 mm/2.3”
200 mm/7.9”
1.9x - 59.3x
+10
58 mm/2.3”
100mm/3.9"
3.8x - 115.5x
+25
58 mm/2.3”
34mm/1.34"
9.6x - 297.1x
Recommended monitor format
Panel format
16:9 (Widescreen)
How to link
DVI or HDMI input
Response time
2 ms
Signal format
FHD 1920x1080
Accessories
Lens, +3, +4, +5, +10, +25
Ultra Violet ring light
Wall mount monitor arm
Flexarm
XPLUS FHD Control box
Infrared ring light
Circular tilting table
Cleaning kit
XKEY Control box
FHD monitor 22” and 24
Height Adjustment Table
Dust cover
Foot switch
Mounting arm for monitor
XY table
Coaxial light
Ring light kit
Table mount monitor arm
Backlight kit
Glass table
POWER SUPPLY
Description
Power supply
Type
DC Jack
Input microscope
Input: 12V
Warning
1.7A
Use only the power supply provided by TAGARNO
Brand/Model
Mean Well/GSM40A12
Input power supply
100-240V
Output
12V
1.0-0.5A, 50-60Hz
3.34A Max
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14.system requirements
FULL HD 1080p @ 50/60Hz
OS
Desktop
Laptop
Windows 7, 8 or 10 (with DirectX 11)
Memory
8GB
CPU
Intel® Core™ i5 or i7 @2.4GHz,
(3th or 4th generation named 3xxx or
4xxx)
Hard Disc Space
1GB required (SSD type recommended)
Connections
USB 3.0 xHCI host controller (Intel chipset recommended)
Integrated Graphics
Intel® HD Graphics 4000
Intel® HD Graphics 4400
Dedicated graphics card
AMD Radeon™, HD 7xxx Series
with 2GB RAM
nVidia GeForce GT 740M
with 2GB RAM
Monitor resolution
1920x1080
CPU: Intel® Core™ i5 or i7 @2.4GHz
(4th generation named 4xxx)
FULL HD 1080p @ 25/30Hz
OS
Desktop
Laptop
Windows 7, 8 or 10 (with DirectX 11)
Memory
4GB
CPU
Intel® Core™ Dual@3.0GHz or i3@2.4GHz,
(3rd generation named 3xxx)
Hard Disc Space
1GB required (SSD type recommended)
Connections
USB 3.0 xHCI host controller (Intel chipset recommended)
Integrated Graphics
Intel® HD Graphics
Dedicated graphics card
AMD Radeon™, 1GB ram
Monitor resolution
1920x1080
Intel® Core™ i3 @ 3.2GHz,
(3rd generation named 3xxx)
nVidia GeForce GT 1GB RAM
SoFtware recommenDeD (tHirD-party)
Windows 7
Windows 8
Windows 10
Youcam 6 + Youcam 7 (Youcam 7 is only compatible with video format FULL HD 1080P @ 25/30Hz)
Windows 8 Camera App
Windows 10 Camera App
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15.maintenance
Maintenance
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Storeandusetheproductinadry,cleanandventilatedroom.
Donotplacetheproductindirectsunlight,nexttoaradiator/heaterorsomeplacewhere
thesystemmaybesubjectedtoliquids.
Allplugsaredesignedtobeusedinonewayonly.Therefore,youshouldneveruseforce
whenyouconnectthesystem.
Remembertodisconnectallelementsifyouintendtomovetheproduct.
Ifyoumovetheproductfromacoldtoahotroom,youmustwaitatleastanhourbeforeyou
turniton,toavoidshortcircuitsduetocondensation.
Removethecablesbypullingtheplugitself-neverbypullingthecable.
Iftheproductneedsrepair,neverdoityourself,contactyourdistributor.
Whencleaningtheproduct,pleaseturnoffthesystemandwaituntillthesystemhas
cooledoff.
Cleantheproductwithadampcloth.Neverusestrongcleaningagentsorchemicals
-thesemaydamagethemicroscope.
CleanthelensregularlywithisopropylalcoholandamicrofiberclothorwiththeTAGARNO
cleaningkit.
16.warranty
Warranty
Warranty terms for the product shall be as follows:
TAGARNOwarrantsthattheproductwillcorrespondwiththespecificationatthetimeof
deliveryandwillbefreefromdefectsinmaterialandworkmanshipforaperiodof24months
(2years)fromdateofinvoicefromSupplier.
This warranty covers:
a.Thereplacementofdefectiveparts.
b.Alllabourcoststoexchangedefectivepartsinproduct.
c.Completefunctionstestofproductbeforereturntoenduser’ssite.
d.ReturntransportcostsofproductfromTAGARNOtoenduser’ssite.
Thewarrantyonlyappliesiftheproductispacked,shipped,stored,handledandmaintained
correctly.
Failuresduetoimproperpackingandtransportarenotcovered.
Failuresduetodropsandsuddenblowsarenotcovered.
Failuresduetostorageandhandlinginextremehighorlowtemperaturesarenotcovered.
Failuresduetostorageorhandlinginextremehighhumidityarenotcovered.
17.license agreement
This TAGARNO product contains open source and third-party components.
tagarno.com/license-agreement
ergonoMical recoMMendations
18.ergonomic
recommendations
Pleasebecarefulwhencarryingtheproductfromoneplacetoanother.
Alwaysliftthemicroscopewithonehandaroundtherodandtheotherhandbeneaththebase.
Pleasedonotliftthemicroscopebygrabbingthecameraarm.
AllTAGARNOproductsaremarkedwithaproductlabel:
Values marked with X varies from product to product and are replaced by specific numbers and letters.
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19.DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
PRODUCT
MODEL
ART
TAGARNO FHD TREND | Type no.: 850000
Inspection camera unit
MANUFACTURER
NAME
ADRESS
ZIPCODE/CITY
COUNTRY
PHONE
TAGARNO A/S
Sandøvej 4
8700 Horsens
Denmark
+45 76251111
DESCRIPTION
TAGARNO A/S hereby declares that the product listed above, consisting of a camera unit
and a 12V power supply, is in compliance with the following European directive:
EMC DIRECTIVE 2014/30/EU
By conforming to the following harmonised standards:
EN 61010-1:2010
EN 61326-1:2013
The declaration is issued by:
MANUFACTURER
TAGARNO A/S
TAGARNO A/S
Sandøvej 4
8700 Horsens
Denmark
+45 76251111
mail@tagarno.com
www.tagarno.com
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