Vision System FH series - Digi-Key

Vision System FH series - Digi-Key
Vision System FH series
Industry’s Fastest Compact Vision System
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» Increase Machine Speed
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Industry’s Fastest* Compact Vision System
A New Concept in Image Processing That Considers
It’s time to move beyond simply increasing the speed of image processing and start seriously shortening Machine cycle time. This is the concept
that gave birth to OMRON’s FH-series Vision System and its best-in-the-industry speed.
Manufacturing Machines are operated through the interaction of sensors, PLCs, servomotors, and other devices. Vision Systems measure positions
and perform inspections, and the results are used to control the operation of Machines. The demand for faster, more precise Vision System operation is the primary requirement. The FH-series Vision System provides higher speed and precision for Machine cycle time and is loaded with all of
the performance required to move Machines quickly and at high precision into a compact Controller for embedding into Machine. And even though
the Camera/communications interfaces, image processing algorithms, and other features of this complete image processing system are built into
one housing, the flexibility of a PC-based image processing system is also provided to help increase efficiency in the frequent reuse of Machine
designs and in design changes.
*Based on OMRON investigation in May 2013.
Input
Shorter Machine Cycle Times
Logic
control
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Machine Cycle Time
Increase Machine Speed
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High-speed Response to Execution
Instructions from a PLC
A high-speed image bus and 4-core processing increase the speed at every step, from
image input to data output.
Multiple camera inspections provide total
judgement results
Calculations are easy to set for the results
from four parallel tasks.
Quickly Outputting Measurement
Results to a PLC
You can output results to an NJ-series
Machine Automation Controller on an
EtherCAT communications cycle of 500 μs.
Perform High-precision Machine Operation
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Measurements for Out-of-focus or Rotated
Images
The new Shape Search III processing item
provides superior stability.
No Worker-dependance in Calibration
Accuracy
Vision master calibration is provided.
Easy to Integrate in Machines
Positioning
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Shared Machine Interface
Microsoft® .NET is supported.
Display Only Required Menu Commands
on the Operation Interface
User interface customization is supported.
Fast Support for Additional Measurement
Needs
Complete processing item libraries are
provided.
Increase Machine Speed
FH
Process Higher-resolution Images without Increasing the Machine Cycle Time
High-speed Image Input
Realtime Image Transfer
Fastest: 3.3 ms
Camera resolution, driven by higher expectations for quality, continues to
increase. OMRON has greatly reduced the input time and image transfer
time to provide high-speed processing to match the speed of Machine
applications for high-resolution images. Even with more Cameras and
higher resolution, high-speed image input will contribute to increasing
throughput.
High-resolution Cameras capture large amounts of data, which can make a
bottleneck out of the transfer speed time in addition to the image input time
bottleneck. An FH-series Controller provides a faster, multi-line image bus to
enable realtime transfer of large amounts of image data for high-resolution
Cameras or multiple Cameras. If high-precision measurements were sacrificed
due to speed, the FH Series returns your precision without increasing cycle time.
60ms
Image transfer time
40ms
7 Times
Faster
30ms
20ms
Image Transfer Time(ms)
Previous Camera
50ms
250
With the FH Series, even if
the number of connected
Cameras increases, realtime
transfer of Camera images is
still possible.
200
150
100
50
0
10ms
FH High-speed
Camera
1
2
3
4
5
6
Number of Cameras
7
8
5ms
Previous Controller
with 5-million-pixel
Normal Cameras
FH Controller with
5-million-pixel Normal
Cameras
FH Controller with
4-million-pixel
High-speed camera
(High-speed mode
using one cable)
Note:The image conversion processing time is not included.
High speed
300,000
pixels
1 million
pixels
2 million
pixels
Ultra-high-speed Searching
3 million
pixels
4 million
pixels
5 million
pixels
FH-series
Shape Search Ⅲ
New technology makes search algorithms nine times faster than before.
Even for unstable image conditions, including light interference,
overlapping shapes, gloss, and incomplete images, stable searching is
possible without reducing speed, resulting in a increased stability.
g Transfer
Realtime Image
CPU
Super-fast Search Processing
30
Up to
9 Times
Faster
25
Time (ms)
4
20
FPGA
FPGA
15
10
Standard Vision S
Sensors
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ors
5
0
300,000 pixels
2,000,000 pixels
5,000,000 pixels
CPU
Input Image Size
FPGA
Previous search processing items
Shape Search III
in Normal Mode
Shape Search III
in Fast Alignment Mode
Transfer time increases a
ass the data
data volume increases.
Note:The image conversion processing time is not included.
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FH
Four-core CPU* to Meet High-speed Demands for Different Machines
*for high speed controllers only
Case1 Perform Calculations for Multiple Cameras without Delay
Even when the measurement results of sequential operations are dependent on the speed of the independent action, parallel processing allows high
speed performance without any dwell time. The measurement results from four cores can be easily calculated on one Controller to achieve continuous
interaction without any special programming.
Process 0
Process 1
Process 2
Process 3
Measuring chip position
Measuring gripping
position
Determining placement
position
Confirming placement position
Measuring the Next Workpiec
Workpiece without Waiting Time
Core0
Process 0
Core1
Process 1
Workpiece 1
Workpiece 2
Workpiece 1
Workpiece 3
Workpiece 2
Workpiece 4
Workpiece 3
Workpiece 4
Because there is only one Controller, the difference between the
gripping position and placing position can be calculated at high speed.
Core2
Process 2
Core3
Process 3
Workpiece 1
Workpiece 1
Frequently Waiting for Processing with a
Standard Vision Sensor
The lack of the ability for standard Vision Sensors to handle parallel
processing creates waiting time everywhere. If the Machine cycle
time cannot be increased, a Controller must be added for each
process to perform parallel processing, increasing costs.
Workpiece 2
Workpiece 3
Workpiece 2
Process 0 Workpiece 1
Process 1
Process 2
Process 3
Workpiece 3
Waiting for processing
Workpiece 2
Workpiece 1
Workpiece 2
Workpiece 1
Workpiece 1
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Increase Machine Speed
FH
Four-core CPU* to Meet High-speed Demands for Different Machines
*for high speed controllers only
Case2 Machine Cycle Time Reduced to
1/4* of Previous Time
Case3 Process Multiple Lines in Parallel
without Any Waiting Time
Four cores process triggers, so the trigger interval can be 1/4th* of
previous models.
*In-house comparison.
Four controllers are compressed into one without increasing the line cycle
time. You can greatly reduce costs for processes that involve many lines.
1
0
0
1
2
3
2
Process 1
Standard
Vision Sensors
Process 2
FH-series
Process 4
Trigger
Trigger
FH
Process 3
Reduced to 1/4
Core0
Core
e
e0
Process 1
Core2
Core
e2
Process 3
Core1
e
e1
Process 2
Core3
Core
e3
Process 4
Line 0
Core0
Trigger
Core0
Core
e
e0
Process 1
Core2
Core
e2
Process 3
Core1
e
e1
Process 2
Core3
Core
e3
Process 4
Core0
Core
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Process 1
Core2
Process 3
Core1
e1
Process 2
Core3
Process 4
Image
input
Measurement
processing
Image
input
Measurement
processing
Measurement
processing
Image
input
Continuous High-speed Image Capture
Higher Speed from Advanced Image Capture
and Parallel Measurements
Each camera has its own image buffer for storing image data that is separate
from the main memory used for measurement processing. This allows for up to
memory is processing measurement data.
3rd
4th
Output
Output
Output
Standard Vision Sensors
When multiple triggers are input to a standard vision sensor, only image
input is performed in parallel, and waiting time occurs when starting
measurement processing. This time becomes a bottleneck in terms of the
Machine cycle time.
256 frames of continuous high-speed image capture even while the main
2nd
Output
Eliminate the
‘Waiting Time’
Bottleneck
Line 3
Core3
Trigger
1st
Measurement
processing
Line 2
Core2
Trigger
Multi-input Function
Image
input
Line 1
Core1
Image
input
3
Line 0
Image
input
Measurement
processing
Output
Movement of workpiece
Line 1
Measurement
processing
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
Image
input
Waiting Time
Measurement
Output
processing
*The number of images that can be captured depends on the
Line 2
Controller and the Camera that is connected to it.
Refer to the user’s manual for details.
Image
input
Waiting Time
Measurement
Output
processing
Line 3
Image
input
Waiting Time
Measurement Output
processing
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FH
Fast Output of Measurement Results to Reduce Machine Cycle Time
EtherCAT Machine Control Network
EtherCAT is a high-speed open network that is ideal for Machine
control. You can use EtherCAT to connect to NJ-series Machine
Automation Controllers and motion control G5-series Servomotors
and Servo Drives to increase the control speed over everyday
communications protocols from workpiece detection to starting
axis motion.
Communications Cycle
Conventional
communications
standard
4 ms
Reduced to 1/8
0.5 ms
EtherCAT
Time from Trigger Input to Producing Measurement Results
Trigger input
Communications cycle as low as 500 μs
Conventional
communications
standard
Motion control that is synchronized with the
communications cycle
EtherCAT
Features
Measurement results
Shortened by
approx. 6 ms.
Note:The times given above are typical times. They depend on parameter settings.
Positioning Solution That Eliminates Workpiece Dwell Time:
Continuous Alignment Patent Pending
NJ-series Machine
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Measurement
Stage movement Measurement Stage movement Measurement Stage movement Measurement
Stage moving speed
Y
This graph indicates the speed changes in
one specific axis (the X axis).
Alignment
1st
2nd
0
X
3rd
The dotted box indicates the target precision range.
[Sysmac]
Measurement
Stage movement
Y
Measure- Measure- Measurement
ment
ment
1st
Stage moving speed
This graph indicates the speed changes in
one specific axis (the X axis).
Alignment
X
0
The workpiece quickly approaches the
target position without stopping.
The dotted box indicates the target precision range.
Note:Please ask your OMRON representative for details.
Perform High-precision Machine Operation
FH
FZ5
The High-precision Image Processing Required for Positioning
Shape Search III
Low-error Position Detection Even with Blurry Images
Over the years, OMRON has perfected techniques to search for and match templates at high speed. From these techniques Shape Search III provides
advanced robustness, which is critical on FA sites. When measuring lamination of glass or other processes where the distance to the workpiece from the
Camera varies, size differences and focal shifts can occur. Even in cases like this, the new Shape Search III algorithm detects positions with limited error.
0.60
Camera
Error (pixels)
0.50
Previous search
processing items
0.40
0.30
Shape Search III
0.20
Error
0.10
0.00
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-4
-3
-2
-1
0
1
2
3
4
5
Glass 1
Z-axis travel amount [mm]
Close
Glass 2
Far
Stable Searching with Limited Error Even under Adverse Conditions
Stable searching is possible even under the following adverse conditions, which occur far too often in actual measurement applications.
Shape Search Ⅲ
Previous Search
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
Error (pixels)
8
0.6
Focal shift
Contrast
Chips
Hidden
Overlapping
Thinning and
thickening
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
Focal shift
Contrast
Chips
Hidden
Overlapping
Thinning and
thickening
Visualization of Comparisons Enables Easy Setup of High-precision Searching
Patent Pending
Advanced searching is accompanied by many parameters that must be tuned to match the application. However, it is difficult for the person making the
settings to see the internal process. Extensive time is required to make the most of tool performance. With Shape Search III, you can visualize
comparisons between the model data and a part of the measurement object to easily see when comparisons are not matched well for the inspection.
Visualization of the comparison level, allows for parameters to be adjusted simply to obtain the best performance.
Registered model
You can see at a glance the difference
between the registered model and
measurement image.
Measurement image
Reduction in
correlation
Deformation
You can adjust a parameter called
No reduction the Acceptable Distortion Level to
enable measurements without
reducing the correlation even if
there is distortion.You can easily
adjust this parameter while
monitoring the comparison.
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FH
FZ5
Converting Measurement Results to Output User Units
Support for the Main Stages and
Robots Used for 2D Positioning
User Interface Example
Item
XY
Camera axis movement: None
Camera axis movement: X axis
θ axis: Direct drive
The FH Controllers contain special setup displays
for the stages and robots that are commonly used
on FA sites. You just fill in the settings to easily
output axis travel amounts for stages and robots.
Camera axis movement: Y axis
Camera axis movement: XY axes
XYθ
Camera axis movement: None
Camera axis movement: X axis
θ axis: Linear drive
Camera axis movement: Y axis
Camera axis movement: XY axes
Camera axis movement: None
Stages
Application Examples
Robots
Camera axis movement: X axis
θ axis: Direct drive
Camera axis movement: Y axis
Camera axis movement: XY axes
θXY
Stages
Camera axis movement: None
Camera axis movement: X axis
θ axis: Linear drive
Camera axis movement: Y axis
Camera axis movement: XY axes
Direct fulcrum motion
UVW
Rotary fulcrum motion
UVWR
Direct fulcrum motion
Rotary fulcrum motion
3 axes
Robots
4 axes
Control method: Fixed positions
Control method: Measured positions
Vision Master Calibration for High-precision Positioning Even with Normal Lenses
To perform high-precision positioning, the coordinate system must be accurately aligned between image processing and the stage or robot. Calibration is used
to achieve this. Normally trial and error in the actual application environment is necessary, which requires experience in moving sampling points and a experience
with the influence of minor tilt in the Camera installation, the influence of lens distortion, and other factors. With an FH Controller, all you need to do is set a
minimum number of conditions. Movement patterns for the sampling points are automatically calculated to optimize the stage/robot axis travel ranges, imaging
processing field of view, and other factors, and the required axis travel amounts are sent to the PLC. By moving the system according to the instructions, optimum
sampling is achieved and the coordinate systems for image processing and the stage/robot are accurately aligned. Correction coefficients are simultaneously
calculated for Camera tilt and lens distortion. If you use the calibration conversion parameters that are made with this function, you can easily achieve
high-precision positioning even for normal lenses with high distortion rates.
> Page 15: Setup Flow for Vision Master Calibration
Coordinate System
Distortion Caused by Camera angle
Three Types of
Automatic Calibration
X
Different X and Y
magnifications
cause distortion.
Affine transformation
X
Y
X
ause
The installation can ca
cause
n.
trapezoidal distortion.
This distortion is
even greater with a
normal lens.
Y
Trapezoidal distortion
correction
Y
Conve
Converted
to a coordinate
system with correct
syste
X and Y factors.
Distortion due to lens performance
The influence of
distortion increases
towards the edges
of the field of view.
If sampling is performed
d
away from the center of
the field of view,
distortion reduces
the calibration accuracy.
Lens distortion
correction
Conve
Conversion
is made to the coordinate
system even at the edges of the
field of
o view.
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Easy to Integrate in Machines
FH
FZ5
Easily Connect the Components That Configure the Machine
Easy Integration into an Machine Monitor
Support for .NET User Interface Controls
Custom .NET controls are supported so that you can easily display FH Controller measurement images and measurement results on a Machine PC.
Integrated Machine Monitor
FH
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Start
Stop
Test
○Process
1 ○Process 2 ○Process 3
Start
Stop
Adjust
Reset
Error
Timer setting
Main menu
Robot operation
I/O Monitor
Easy Customization
Custom controls for FH measurement images and measurement
results are laid out on Microsoft Visual Studio®.
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Instead of writing
interfaces,
you can easily
ly build the interfaces simply by pasting custom con
controls.
Pasting custom
controls
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Test
○Process
1 ○Process 2 ○Process 3
Start
Stop
Adjust
Reset
Error
Timer setting
Output to HMI or High-resolution Monitor
Microsoft® Visual Studio® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
Stop
Adjust
Reset
Error
Timer setting
Main menu
Robot operation
I/O Monitor
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FH
Design the Connected Components with One Software Application
Develop Machine Control Programs with
One Software Application: Sysmac Studio
Use the Automation Software Sysmac Studio to set up all of
the slaves connected via EtherCAT. Simulate and debug
motion control, logic, drives, and sensing on an integrated
platform to reduce the work required for Machine design.
One Software
Sysmac Studio version 1.07 or higher
supports the FH Series.
NJ-series
Machine Automation Controller
FH-series
Vision System
G5-series
Servomotors and Servo Drives
Minimize Commissioning and Adjustment Work with Simulations
Integrated simulations linked to an NJ-series Machine Automation Controller
lets you verify the NJ-series program logic.
You can directly edit the EtherCAT I/O map to send measurement commands to
FH-series Vision Sensors.
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Easy to Integrate in Machines
FH
FZ5
Easy Setup with Program Scalability
Customize Original Operation Interfaces
Show only the buttons you need
Choose from our library of buttons and position the
them
operation,
anywhere on-screen to best support your daily operatio
without ‘screen clutter”.
Arrange the Interface
Elements Flexibly
You can flexibly change the image
ge
display composition to display an
entire image, enlarge part of an
image, or display images from differerent Cameras.
Move w
windows freely
Drag and drop windows where you want.
You can also change the box size and
delete.
Nine screen layout
Up to 9 screens can be stored depending on the application or user
ser
classification.
Freely Lay Out Dialog Box Contents
Completed
Hide Unnecessary Adjustment
Commands
With only menu operations on the Controller, you
ou
es
can customize the setting displays in dialog boxes
for processing items. For example, you can set up
e
the interface to hide any parameters from the
Only a parameter required for
daily operation can be displayed.
operator.
Completely Different Operation
Interfaces for the Designer and Operator
Accounts can be used to keep completely different operation interfaces
for the designer and the operator. You can set up to eight levels of
security for up to 50 items for each account. You can record operation
logs for each account to enable smoothly isolating problems when
troubleshooting.
Operating time Operating user
Operation
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Flow Viewer Builds the Measurement Process with Flow Chart Programming
Just add any of the large variety of processing items to the measurement flow to build the basic program for image processing.
All processing items have menus for easy setup and adjustment.
Easily build the best imaging processing for each application to smoothly complete testing and adjustments without programming.
Flowchart
Just add processing items from the processing item list to visually edit the flow.
Processing Item List
Folders
You can group processing
units into named folders. By
managing related processing
together and hiding lower
levels, you can display even
long measurement flows in a
way that easily shows the
overall flow.
Flowchart Output
Branching
You can use conditional branching to branch according to the execution results of the
previous processing units or you can use branching controls with external commands
through parallel I/O, PLC Links, or no-protocol communications.
You can save the flowchart as
an image file.
>Page 25: Controlling Flow Branching Conditions from an External Device.
Easy Multi-language Support:
Change between 9 Languages
English
Simplified Chinese
You can change display messages between nine different
languages: English, Chinese (traditional or simplified), German,
Traditional Chinese
French, Italian, Spanish, Korean, and Japanese. You can display
the best language for the user for applications in other countries.
Korean
German
French
Italian
Spanish
Japanese
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Processing Item Library
FH
FZ5
High-precision Alignment Library
Alignment
Calculations
Movement
Single Position
Movement
Multi Points
Position Data
Calculation
Convert
Position Data
Four specialized types of alignment calculations are supported. These can be combined to easily execute alignments that
require complex calculations on previous systems models or computers.
Movement Single Position
Movement Multi Points
The axis movement that is required to match the
measured position angle to the reference position angle
is calculated.
The axis movements that are required to match the
measured position angles to the corresponding reference
position angles are calculated.
Convert Position Data
Position Data Calculation
The position angle after the specified axis movement is
calculated.
The specified position angle is calculated from the
measured position.
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Available Alignment Methods
Position Angle Alignment
Offsets are suitable for aligning the positions of workpieces with
different sizes.
Position angle alignment allows the use of offsets to achieve
flexible positioning.
2
The rotational movement on the θ axis is calculated
as the reference angle minus the measured angle.
3
The measurement position is rotated by the
rotational movement for the θ axis (gray).
4
The reference positions X and Y minus the
measured positions X and Y after rotation are
used as the X-axis movement and Y-axis
movement.
Alignment with Side Measurements
1
This alignment method measures the sides of the workpiece. You
can even use it without alignment marks and when workpiece
corners cannot be measured. This method is suitable for
positioning workpieces with round corners.
2
Enlarged
Measurement on Y Axis
3
Measurement on X Axis
Enlarged
4
5
Corresponding Point Alignment
The axis movements from the measured positions to the
reference positions are calculated based on relational position
information. This method is suitable for aligning all points within
certain distances so that small deviations in the distances do not
result in continuity failures, such as they can when aligning
electronic substrates.
Reference
positions
Measured
positions
The Position Data Calculation processing item is
used to calculate the position and angle to use in
the axis movement based on measurement results
(shown in green).
Maximum
error ranges
Corrected
The angle is calculated from the side where two
points are measured. The rotational movement on
the θ axis is calculated as the reference angle
minus the measured angle.
The measurement position is rotated by the
rotational movement for the θ axis (gray).
A straight line that goes through the positions
calculated in step 2 and that has the same
direction as the reference angle (for the X axis) is
calculated. (The direction on the Y axis is the
reference angle plus 90°.)
The intersecting point between the straight line
calculated in step 3 and the same axis as the
measure direction that goes through the reference
position is calculated.
The difference between the reference point and the
intersecting point calculated in step 4 is the
movement in the measurement direction. The
above calculations are performed for each point
and the average values are used as the X-axis
movement and Y-axis movement.
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Setup Aids
Iris
Optimum Focus and Aperture Settings
Until now, focus and brightness settings were adjusted
according to experience and intuition. But now they can
be evaluated numerically and visually on graphs. This
allows quick verification of optimum focus and aperture
settings to eliminate inconsistencies in settings caused
by worker differences so that you can achieve even higher
levels of measurement accuracy.
Focus
Out of focus
Optimal focus
Camera installation and setup are easy.
Errors can be generated when the focus or aperture changes.
You can determine the numerical values for the focus and aperture for the
master workpiece so that essentially anyone can reproduce the same
conditions.
Vision Master Calibration
Calibration
Vision Master
Calibration
PLC Master
Calibration
Precise
Calibration
With Vision Master Calibration, the FH-series Vision System automatically calculates the movement patterns for sampling points
to optimize the stage/robot axis travel ranges, imaging processing field of view, and other factors, and the required axis
movements are sent to the PLC. By moving the system accordingly, optimum sampling is achieved and the coordinate systems for
image processing and the stage/robot are accurately aligned. Correction coefficients are simultaneously calculated for Camera tilt
and lens distortion. If you use the calibration conversion parameters that are made with this function, you can easily achieve
high-precision positioning even for normal lenses with high distortion rates.
Camera
Calibration
Precise Rotational Position Estimation
Previous Methods
FH Series
Measurement request
θ
θ
Movement request
The sampling points are picked at random, so
the rotational range is not sufficient.
Automatically Calculated Calibration Data
Both affine transformation parameters and distortion correction parameters are calculated at the same time.
Affine Transformation
Distortion Correction
Camera and stage magnification
Distortion Correction
Stage axis perpendicularity
Lens distortion correction
Camera and stage rotation
The FH-series Vision System automatically
extracts sampling points in the field of view
to ensure a large rotational angle in the θ
direction on the stage and sends movement
requests to the PLC. Parallel movement and
rotational movement are combined to achieve
the optimum calculations from information
on many rotational sampling points.
Processing Item Library
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FH
FZ5
Inspection and Measurement Process Library
A complete array of search tools are provided to meet an array of requirements.
Search
Minute difference detection is supported without false detection.
Sensitive Search
Shape
Search III
Flexible
Search
Search
This allows the recognition of very subtle differences that cannot be
detected through ordinary search processes, by dividing the registered
model image into several regions and carefully matching them. Delicate
Sensitive
Search
Shape
Search II
threshold setting is not required saving time in the registration process.
Different conditions for
dividing the model image
can be set.
Flexible Search
When inspecting workpieces with some variations in shape, these
characteristics are sometimes recognized erroneously as defects. Flexible Search ensures accurate searches regardless of some variations in
print quality or shape, by registering several images of non-defective
products as models. It helps you decrease your inspection failure rate
by rejecting defective products only.
Inspection of characters on IC chips
Before multiple model registration
Register
non-defective
product as
additional model
OK
NG
NG
NG
After multiple model registration
Avoiding
inspection
failures
OK
OK
OK
NG
These processing items use EC (edge codes) for superior performance even under poor conditions.
EC
EC Cross, EC Circle Search
EC Cross
EC Circle Search
The alignment marks commonly used in manufacturing of LCD panels
and PCBs can be precisely detected. Accurate detection is possible
ECM
Search
EC Circle
Search
EC Corner
even if the marks are dirty or partially hidden. The output coordinates
The center
coordinates of
the marks are
output.
give the center of the cross or circle. There is no need to set the output
coordinates, so inconsistent precision caused by worker differences is
eliminated.
EC Cross
Dirty
EC Corner
Overlapping
EC Corner
Two straight lines are detected to output the point of intersection
between them as the corner. Stable detection is possible even for
rounded corners or when the edge is broken. This is ideal for glass
The intersection
of two lines is
output as the
corner.
plates, LCDs and other objects on which alignment marks cannot be
printed.
Round Corners
Chipped Corners
These processing items let you measure positions, widths, and the number of edges from edge extraction.
Edges
Circular Scan Edge Position
You can measure the center coordinates, diameter, and radius of a
round workpiece without performing any calculations simply by drawing
Edge
Position
Edge
Pitch
Circular Scan
Edge Position
Circular Scan
Edge Width
Intersection
Scan Edge
Position
one measurement region.
Circular Scan Edge Width
You can measure the center coordinates, width, and thickness of a
Scan Edge
Width
ring-shaped workpiece without requiring additional calculation.
Center
coordinates
Width
and
thickness
Radius
Center
coordinates
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These processing items let you measure sizes, center of gravity positions, and the number of objects.
Areas
Gravity
and Area
Labeling
Scratch detection profile displayed on the screen Patent Pending
These processing items are ideal for external appearance
inspections for damage, foreign matter, etc.
Defects
Inspections of Scratches and Dirt
Subtle scratches and dirt can be detected with more fine-tuned conditions compared
Defect
Precise Defect
Fine
Matching
to conventional inspections. Since you can clearly distinguish defects to be detected
from the background, the failure detection rate can
be decreased. Profiles of defects and comparison
elements can be displayed on the screen in real time.
You can adjust by confirming the settings and
detection results on the image. Fine parameters for
Comparison element display
Profile display
defect detection allow fine settings at the pixel level.
Intervals and sizes of comparing
elements are displayed.
Defects of each direction for detection
are displayed as wave profiles.
Fine Matching / Defect
With our Real Color Sensing technology, FH-series Vision System can
accurately recognize and process subtle variations in color. This feature
Fine Matching
Defect
It is useful for detecting scratches,
chipped edges or subtle dirt in
complex backgrounds.
It is useful for detecting scratches
and dirt in plain backgrounds.
helps you detect unpredictable scratches and dirt. High precision defect
inspections are possible by using both Fine Matching and Defect flexibly
according to the background of each image.
Character
Inspections/OCR
Character
Inspection
These processing items provide the functions that are required
for character inspections of dates, lot numbers, etc.
Date
Verification
These processing items can read bar codes and 2D codes from
Camera images.
Codes
Printing quality evaluation based on ISO standards is supported.
Applicable standards: ISO/IEC 15415 (The data matrix standard in ECC 200
is supported) and ISO/IEC 15416
Barcode
2D Code
You can output judgements of the code quality according the the printing
quality standards that are defined in the standard.
Special
Processing
Classification
Color Data
Custom functions are also provided in these convenient processing items.
Circle Angle
Glue Bead
Inspection
Automatic Extraction of Complex Measurement Region Shapes
Measurement regions are no longer restricted to combinations of rectangles and circles.
You can freely set the shape according to the outline of the workpiece. It's easy to set
the measurement regions. Just specify one portion of the region to extract, and a
continuous region with a similar color is extracted automatically. You can set precise
regions for measurements even for scratch inspections or labeling on workpieces with
complex shapes. This method to set measurement regions can be used for Gravity and
Area, Color Data, Labeling, Defect, and Precise Defect processing items.
Specify part of the
area to extract as the
measurement region.
The region with a similar
color to the specified area is
extracted automatically.
Processing Item Library
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FH
FZ5
Image Filter Library
Calculations between Images
Compensate
Images
You can perform arithmetic operations, bit operations, averaging, or maximum/minimum operations between two images.
Color
Gray Filter
Anti Color
Shading
Extract
Color Filter
Backgrond
Suppression
Filtering
Stripe Removal
Filter II
Brightness
Correct Filter
Position
Compensation
Polar
Transformation
Trapezoidal
Correction+
Panorama
Advanced Filter
Example: You can get the average of two images that were taken under different imaging conditions.
Labeling Filter
Custom Filter
This filter uses label processing to output an extracted image that contains only
You can set the mask coefficients as required for these filters. The mask size can be up to
the specified characteristic labels.
21 × 21. You can more flexibly set image smoothing, edge extractions, dilation, and erosion.
External Appearance of Electronic Components
Previous Vision Sensors
Labeling Filter Image
Extraction is possible only with
color or brightness information.
Extraction of labels with
specified areas or shapes is possible.
Example:
Dilation/Erosion in One Direction
Filter Coefficients
Before Filtering After Filtering
You can set the filter coefficients as required.
Brightness Correct Filter
Stripe Removal Filter II
These filter cut out uneven lighting and changes in brightness caused by
The stripped pattern is filtered out so that only required aspects are shown
workpiece surface irregularities to make characteristic features stand out clearly.
clearly.Vertical, horizontal, and diagonal stripes can be removed.
External Appearance of Battery Pack
Before Filtering
Reflection
Image after Brightness Correct Filter
External Appearance of Bottle Cap
Unfiltered Image
Image after Stripe Removal Filter
Inspection is possible only in
the small portion without stripes.
Even the defect at the edge of the image
can be detected after stripe removal.
Defect
Due to the stripes, inspection is
possible only in the very center of
the image. To inspect the entire
surface, the cap must be rotated
and many images must be taken.
Shadow
The wavy inconsistencies are
judged as defects.
Uneven areas are removed
so that only the defect
appears in the inspection.
Because inspection is possible to
the sides of the image, the number
of images that is required to
inspect the entire cap is greatly
reduced.
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Advanced Filter
The image filter library has been condensed into one processing item. This allows you to easily set complex filtering as required for external inspections.
Application Flow Example
Advanced Filter
Previous Vision Sensors
Many different filter functions
can be set with just one
processing unit.
Camera Image Input
Camera Image Input
Precise Defect
Advanced Filter
Measurement
image
Labeling Filter
Camera Image Input
Erosion × 2
Mask
Image
Precise Defect
Units were added for
each filter.
Precise Defect
Advanced Filter
Calculation between Images:
Averaging
The average image is
obtained from multiple
images.
You set up to 16 of the
24 different filters.
The filtered image is
used as the mask.
Precise Defect
High Dynamic Range to Easily
Combine Images
Dynamic range
after HDR
processing
To simply combine images, you must set the imaging conditions and create the
Industry's highest
dynamic range
images that you want to obtain. With OMRON's high dynamic range function, all
Max. 5000 times
higher than
previous models
you need to do is to set the upper and lower brightness images on a graph of the
image brightness distribution to make the adjustments.
Patented
What is Real Color Sensing?
In order to secure stable measurements in different inspection environments, FH Series feature Omron's proprietary Real Color
Sensing processing, in addition to the conventional color image processing.
Edges are detected reliably even when
the contrast between the background
and subject is low.
Color Segmentation Processing
Black White
Color Image Processing
Black
Color images taken by the camera are processed after
being converted into black and white pixels. The color
extracted is represented as white, and the other colors
as black. Based on minimum information, high speed
processing is possible. Since color data is limited only
to brightness, however, it takes a long time to make
optical adjustments for extracting color features.
Dark
Real Color Sensing
Bright
Dark
Color images are converted into 256 levels of
black-and-white brightness and the contrasts of specific
colors is enhanced. More precise, stable results can be
produced compared to color segmentation. However,
this method has difficulty in capturing subtle variations
in color because all colors are converted into
black-and-white brightness levels. Therefore, it is difficult
to detect subtle changes in images with low contrast.
Previous image processing
OMRON FH series
1677 It allows
the recognition
of 16,770,000
colors.
Different colors are represented as different positions
in the 3D RGB space. Subtle variations in color can be
recognized by representing them as distances between
different color pixels comprising this space. Thus,
scratches and dir t can be detected accurately even in
images with low contrast.
Processing Item Library
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FH
FZ5
Utility Library
Macro/
Macro Calculaction
Macro
Macro
Macros let you easily achieve flow control that normally requires complex programming from the user interface.
Improvements to the setup from the user interface provides ease of selection and modification of the programming process.
Macro
Calculaction
Select the process to use
Insert the process
Set the parameters
Registered images
Reference Variable List
Function Guidance
Variables can be used in macros to access
processing item data and system data.
For example, it would previously have been long and complicated to change the set parameters of a processing item for each product
model. With a Macro Calculation processing item, the flow is shorter and setting changes are easy to achieve.
Previous Vision Sensors
Just enter the values of the
variables to update the parameters.
FH/FZ5-series Macros
' Branching for each product model
Select [email protected]
Case 0
[email protected] = 1
' Area
[email protected] = 0
[email protected] = 10000
Case 1
Easy to change
[email protected] = 4
' Elliptic major axis
[email protected] = 0
[email protected] = 100
Case 2
[email protected] = 7
' Rectangle width
[email protected] = 0
[email protected] = 200
End Select
Macro Calculaction
You can create expressions that require multiple lines in one processing item.
In addition to making calculations, you can also make judgements based on the calculation results of the processing items.
Example 1: Multiline Expression
DET# = [email protected] * [email protected] - [email protected] * [email protected]
' Calculates intersection
CX# = ([email protected] * [email protected] - [email protected] * [email protected]) / DET# ' X coordinate of intersection
CY# = ([email protected] * [email protected] - A[email protected] * [email protected]) / DET# ' Y coordinate of intersection
Example 2: Calculations to Drive Branching or Loops
Max# = 0
For i& = 0 To 10
If (Max # < value#(I&)) Then
Max# = value#(I&)
EndIf
Next
Judgement condition for
calculation results
RESULTDATA#(0) = Max#
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Ideal for Managing Inspection Standards and for Statistical Analysis of Inspection Results
User Data
Shared data used within scene groups as constants and variables in the measurement flow can be set as user data. With the shared
data, you can use the measurement flow in many new ways, including standard values, conditional branching flags, and counters.
User Data
Application
Example
1
Unified Management of
Judgment Values
Adjustment of All User Data in a List
When setting up complex scene data, such as the data required for
inspection of many different models, you can unify management of
important judgment values for inspections to easily manage and
then adjust them later. Also, if you isolate in advance the settings
that are critical to inspection performance (and normally known only
to the designer) as user data, the locations that require adjustment
can be clarified so that the user can more easily make adjustments.
Application
Example
2
Statistical Information on
Productivity Indices
Indices Displayed Onscreen with the Result Display Function
User data can be used as variables that can be read and written in
the inspection flow. It can also be used for counters for the number
of inspected workpieces or the number of NG workpieces. Math
functions can be use to calculate failure rates and display them
onscreen so that productivity can be checked at any time.
Application Method
All you have to do is set a User Data processing item in the
inspection flow.
The data that is set as user data is used as shared constants
and variables in different scenes.
User Data
Scene 0
Scene 1
Scene 2
Trend
Monitor
Results Analysis with Trend Monitors
You can graph trends in measurement values to output warnings before failures occur. This helps provide feedback to earlier
processes to prevent NGs in advance and to analyze the causes of NGs.
Trend Monitor
Prevent High Defect Rates in Advance
Cause Analysis when Defects Occur
Judgement upper limit
Warning range (upper limit)
Warning range (lower limit)
Judgement lower limit
Time
You can set the warning range to output warnings before NGs
become frequent to provide feedback to earlier processes.
The 100,000 most recent
measurement values are stored.
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Utility
FH
FZ5
Operation and Analysis
Optimum Operation both
Online and Offline
Connections to a network hard disk drive or network computer enables a wide range of operation possibilities.
You can log measurement images longterm, or you can perform verifications and adjustments on a computer without stopping the FH-series Vision System.
Online
Onsite Operator
Network HDD
Offline
Designer
FH
Offline Setting Changes
and
Simulation
Log images
via Ethernet
HUB
Remote Operation
Check NG images on a
computer at any time
Simulation Software
PC
PC
Ask your OMRON representative about obtaining simulation software.
New Operation Schemes through
Network Applications
1
Daily Monitoring
You can store NG image in a network HDD to check the NG images every day
on a computer without reducing measurement performance. Or you can start
simulation software on your computer to remeasure and analyze NG images.
Ideal for History Management
CSV files allow you to easily understand the parameter settings. Also, you can
easily change any of the settings.
1
Comparisons
If you save the basic settings, you can easily extract
any differences in settings caused by changes made incorrectly.
Standard settings
2
Current parameter settings
Periodic Adjustments and Inspection Adjustments
The non-stop adjustment function lets you change Controller settings
without stopping the production line. With remote operation, you can
perform operations without going onsite.
3
Handling Unstable Inspections or Measurement Failure
The user sends the programmer the image data, setting data, and
parameter settings. The programmer can use the simulation software on
the computer to check the process and change the settings with the
simulation software. The altered scene data can be returned to the user
and loaded to the system to complete the adjustments. This enables
modifications without requiring the programmer to be on site.
2
Remote Adjustment
You can attach CSV files to email and upload settings to the
FH-series Vision System to easily make adjustments from remote
locations when problems occur.
Upload
4
Adding Inspections or Making Changes for New Models
Based on the images to be inspected, settings are made on the simulation
software on a PC running simulation software. The scene data is sent to the
user to easily add the new settings.
Setting
changes
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Remote Operation Centralizes Monitoring and
Adjustment of multiple controllers
You can check the status and adjust the settings of multiple units on one computer.
This enables efficient adjustment of Camera images when commissioning a system and application of test adjustment results.
A
B
C
D
HUB
Application
Example
Operating Several FH from One Location
1
When commissioning an installation from one location you can adjust the camera for all
the controllers located along the line. There’s no need to go to and from each Controllers,
and you can compare Camera images under various conditions to adjust them.
2
If setting changes are necessary to add a new model, you can do all the required
work at the same time without making trips to all of the Controllers.
3
You can easily balance the thresholds between Controllers when increasing
inspection stability through testing at the production line.
Application
Example
A
1
2
Display images from multiple controllers
B
C
D
1
Space savings with a single monitor installation.
2
Single location programming for multiple controllers facilitates adjustments and
reduces programmer movement.
Note: Ask your OMRON representative about obtaining simulation software for a computer.
Saving and Using Measurement Images
Save Images Directly in JPEG or BMP Format
You can easily view images on a computer or attach them to reports. With BMP files, you can
measure them again on the Vision controller.
Save Both Filtered and Unfiltered Images
You can save both the filtered images that were actually measured
and the raw images taken directly from the Camera. You can therefore
tell if an NG was caused by the input image or by the filter settings.
Restricting the Areas of Saved Images
By restricting the areas that are saved, file sizes are smaller so you can continue to log even
more files.
Filtered Images
Unfiltered Images
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Utilities
FH
Utilities That Don’t Stop Your Machines
Making Confirmations and Adjustments without Stopping Production
Non-stop adjustment
Parallel processing on Four-core CPU not only speeds up measurements, but it enables parallel processing of measurements and adjustments.
Automatic distributed processing means that measurements are not delayed when adjustments are applied.
Measurements continue
core
1
Automatic linking of
the Four-core CPU
enables applying new
settings without
delaying measurements.
Measurements
NG occurs
core
2
Adjustments
NG
analyzed
Settings
changed
Tests
performed
Adjustment
results applied.
New settings used
for measurements
from the next trigger.
Doubly effective when combined with the
Non-stop adjustment mode NG analyzer
Processed items and
parameters that
generated an erroneous
judgment can be
identified at a glance.
You can display in a structured manner a graph showing
the results measured at once on logging images. This lets
you identify the cause of a given NG much more quickly.
You can also measure all images again after changing a
given setting, to check the reliability of the new setting.
You can check the
detailed results of
parameters to identify
the cause of the NG.
Adjustment and troubleshooting has never been so
quick, simple and reliable.
Save All Images Even during Measurements
High speed logging
The Four-core CPU can also perform parallel processing of measurements and image logging, with high-speed connection to a high-capacity hard disk
(2terabytes). Trend analysis of saved images, quickly isolates NG's and facilitates countermeasures.
Conventional system
Priority on
measurement
processing
Image input 1 Measurement processing Image input 2
Priority on
image logging
Image input 1 Measurement processing
Image logging 1
Measurement processing Image input 3
*1 All images can be saved under the following conditions:
• 300,000-pixel camera x 1 unit . Measurement time: 33 ms
• Images can be saved continuously for approx. one week
when a 2-terabyte HDD is used (based on 8 hours of
operation a day).
Measurement processing
Issues
Interruption
Since logging was not possible during measurement,
the user had to choose either measurement or logging.
Accordingly, not all images could be saved or image
input triggers had to be delayed depending on the
measurement trigger intervals.
The next image input is delayed
Image input 2
Image logging 1
Quad processing of FH
core
Image input 1 Measurement processing Image input 2
Measurement processing Image input 3
Measurement processing
1
Image logging 1
Image logging 2
core
2
All images are saved
Image logging 3
Resolution
Measurement and image logging are processed
completely in parallel. As a result, you can save all images.
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Seamless Communications with Peripheral Devices
FH
Complete Interfaces for All Connected Devices
NCF71
ADG41
RUN
ERC
ERH
ADJ
CRM21
RUN
ERC
ERH
ERM
MLK
B1
SD Card
PLC Link
PLC
A1
+100
UNIT SW 1 2 3 4 ON
No.
NETWORK PS
UNIT
No.
ID231
MS
NS
x101
OD231
0 1 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15
0 1 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15
SD
RD
MACH
No.
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
SD
(OMRON, Mitsubishi Electric: Q Series,
Yaskawa Electric: MP Series)
Camera
x100
MODE
BD L
BS -
DC24V 0.5mA
BD H
DC24V 4.1mA
BS+
MLK
20
20
20
20
A
B
A
B
PC
Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
EtherNet
Encoder input
(with line driver output,
support for up to two channels)
USB
(4port)
RS-232C
no-protocol
PLC Link
Parallel I/O
(OMRON, Mitsubishi Electric: Q Series)
DVI-I monitor output
FH
Controlling Flow Branching Conditions from an External Device
FZ5
You can control branching by using commands and signal inputs from external devices as branching conditions for the measurement flow.
Camera Image Input
Control Flow Normal
Control Flow PLC Link
Control Flow Parallel
Control Flow Fieldbus
Shape Search III
Control Flow Normal
Edge Position
Bar Code
Parallel Judgement Output
Data Output
End
End
Customized
FH FZ5
Communications Commands
Combining command processing
Select the command
You can shorten the communications time by using commands for
complex controls or by shortening multiple commands. You can
also define how the Vision System responds to the communications
Insert the command
commands. For example, you can define one command to change
both a scene and perform measurements.
Set the parameters
You can define up to 256 commands
Command Guidance
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Options
FH
Options for More Power Customization
Application Producer provides a Development Environment to
Build and Simulate Applications
You can further customize the standard controller features of the FH-series Vision System. In Application Producer custom control units allow development of original interfaces with Microsoft® Visual Studio®. The software command reference helps create original processing items, and more.
Application Producer Main Window
Create workspaces.
Select and change between workspaces.
Start the program in the selected workspace.
Create and add GUI objects.
Create and add processing items.
Open Microsoft® Visual Studio® projects.
Open setup files.
Create installation files.
Customization Example: GUI Customization
Select the GUI object template
Start Add Panda and select the template that will
serve as a base for customization.
Selecting an interface template as a base first greatly
reduces the work that is required compared with
programming interfaces from scratch.
Start Add Panda
Paste the custom controls
The Application Producer will automatically generate
a project file from the selected template so that you
can open it in Microsoft® Visual Studio.®
You can develop interfaces just by dragging
FH-series custom controls and Windows-based
controls.
Instead of writing the program code from scratch to
build an interface, you can easily build the interface
simply by pasting custom controls.
You can immediately check and debug the operation
of the GUI objects that you add.
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Vision System
FH-Series
Easier to Embed in Machine,
Shorter Machine Cycle Times
• Calculations are easy to set for the results from four parallel tasks.
• Synchronous control of devices connected via EtherCAT is possible.
• The new Shape Search III processing item enables fast, precise,
and stable measurements.
• Microsoft® .NET is supported to share machine interface with PC.
• User interface customization is supported.
System configuration
EtherCAT connections for FH series
Example of the FH Sensor Controllers (4-camera type)
Sysmac Studio
Standard Edition
Vision Edition
Machine Automation
Controller NJ series
Lighting Controllers External Lightings
EtherCAT junction slaves
EtherCAT Cables *1
Vision System
FH Sensor Controllers
Cameras
special cable
for cameras
Ethernet Cables *2
Incremental
rotary encoder
special cable
special cable for LCD Monitor and
DVI-I -RGB Conversion Connector
Another slave
(With built-in EtherCAT slave function)
EtherCAT Cables *1
special cable for I/O
LCD Monitor
Trigger input
sensor
PLC for I/O control
Lighting Controllers
*1. To use STP (shielded twisted-pair) cable of category 5 or higher with double shielding (braiding and aluminum foil tape) for EtherCAT and RJ45 connector.
*2. To use STP (shielded twisted-pair) cable of category 5 or higher for Ethernet and RJ45 connector.
EtherNet/IP, No-protocol Ethernet and PLC Link Connections for FZ5 series
Example of the FZ5 Sensor Controllers (4-camera type)
PLC for I/O control
Personal
computer
Industrial Switching Hubs for
EtherNet/IP and Ethernet
Ethernet Cables *
Trigger input
sensor
PLC for I/O control
Lighting Controllers
special cable for I/O
Vision System
FZ5 Sensor Controllers
special cable for
cameras
* To use Straight or cross STP (shielded twisted-pair) cable of category 5 or higher for Ethernet and RJ45 connector.
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Cameras
Lighting Controllers External Lightings
FH-Series
Ordering Information
FH Series Sensor Controllers
Item
CPU
No. of cameras
High-speed
Controllers
(4 core)
Box-type
controllers
Standard
Controllers
(2 core)
Output
Model
2
NPN/PNP
FH-3050
4
NPN/PNP
FH-3050-10
8
NPN/PNP
FH-3050-20
2
NPN/PNP
FH-1050
4
NPN/PNP
FH-1050-10
8
NPN/PNP
FH-1050-20
FZ5 Series Sensor Controllers
Item
CPU
No. of cameras
Output
Model
NPN
FZ5-1100
PNP
FZ5-1105
NPN
FZ5-1100-10
PNP
FZ5-1105-10
NPN
FZ5-600
PNP
FZ5-605
NPN
FZ5-600-10
PNP
FZ5-605-10
NPN
FZ5-L350
PNP
FZ5-L355
NPN
FZ5-L350-10
PNP
FZ5-L355-10
2
High-speed
Controllers
4
Controllers
integrated
with LCD
2
Standard
Controllers
4
2
Box-type
controllers
Lite
Controllers
4
Cameras
Item
Descriptions
4 million pixels
High-speed
CMOS Cameras
(Lens required)
For FH Series only
2 million pixels
300,000 pixels
5 million pixels
(When connecting [email protected] or [email protected],
up to two cameras can be connected.)
Digital
CCD Cameras
(Lens required)
2 million pixels
300,000 pixels
High-speed
CCD Cameras
(Lens required)
Small Digital
CCD Cameras
(Lenses for small camera required)
300,000 pixels
300,000-pixel flat type
300,000-pixel pen type
Intelligent Compact CMOS Cameras Standard view
(Camera + Manual Focus Lens +
Wide View (long-distance)
High power Lighting)
Autofocus CCD Cameras
(Camera + Zoom, Autofocus Lens)
Color
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Image read
time
8.5 ms
4.6 ms
3.3 ms
Color
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
33.3 ms
12.5 ms
12.5 ms
12.5 ms
Color
Wide View
Color
FH-SM04
FH-SC02
FH-SM02
FH-SC
FH-SM
FZ-S5M2
FZ-SC2M
FZ-S2M
FZ-SC
FZ-S
FZ-SH
FZ-SFC
FZ-SF
FZ-SPC
FZ-SP
FZ-SQ010F
Color
Color
FH-SC04
FZ-SHC
4.9 ms
Color
Wide View (short-distance)
Model
FZ-SC5M2
62.5 ms
Color
Narrow view
Intelligent CCD Cameras
(Camera + Zoom, Autofocus Lens
+ Intelligent Lighting)
Color /
Monochrome
FZ-SQ050F
16.7 ms
FZ-SQ100F
FZ-SQ100N
FZ-SLC100
12.5 ms
Narrow view
Color
Wide View
Color
FZ-SLC15
FZ-SZC100
12.5 ms
Narrow view
Color
FZ-SZC15
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FH-Series
Cameras Peripheral Devices
Item
---
Descriptions
External Lighting
Lighting Controller
(Required to control
external lighting from a
Controller)
For FL-Series
Model
---
FL Series
Lighting Controller
FL-TCC1
Wide field of vision
FZ-SLC100-DL
Narrow field of vision
FZ-SLC15-DL
Mounting Bracket
FQ-XL
Mounting Brackets
FQ-XL2
Polarizing Filter Attachment
FQ-XF1
Intelligent Camera Diffusion Plate
For Intelligent
Compact Camera
Mounting Bracket for [email protected]
FZ-S-XLC
Mounting Bracket for [email protected]
FZ-S2M-XLC
Mounting Bracket for [email protected]
FZ-S5M-XLC
Mounting Bracket for [email protected]
FZ-SH-XLC
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Cables
Item
*1
*2
*3
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Descriptions
Model
Camera Cable
Cable length: 2 m, 5 m, or 10 m *2
FZ-VS
Bend resistant Camera Cable
Cable length: 2 m, 5 m, or 10 m *2
FZ-VSB
Right-angle Camera Cable *1
Cable length: 2 m, 5 m, or 10 m *2
FZ-VSL
Long-distance Camera Cable
Cable length: 15 m *2
FZ-VS2
Long-distance Right-angle Camera Cable
Cable length: 15 m *2
FZ-VSL2
Cable Extension Unit
Up to two Extension Units and three Cables can be connected. (Maximum cable length: 45 m *2)
FZ-VSJ
Monitor Cable
Cable length: 2 m or 5 m (When you connect a LCD Monitor FZ-M08 to FH sensor controller, please use it in
combination with a DVI-I -RGB Conversion Connector FH-VMRGB.)
FZ-VM
DVI-I -RGB Conversion Connector
For FH Series only
FH-VMRGB
Parallel I/O Cable
Cable length: 2 m or 5 m, For FZ Series only
FZ-VP
Parallel I/O Cable for Connector-terminal Conversion Unit
Cable length: 2 m or 5 m, For FZ Series only
Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Units can be connected
(Terminal Blocks Recommended Products: OMRON XW2R-J50G-T, XW2R-E50G-T, XW2R-P50G-T)
FZ-VPX
Parallel I/O Cable *3
Cable length: 2 m or 5 m, For FH Series only
XW2Z-S013-2/-S013-5
Encoder Cable for line-driver
Cable length: 1.5 m, For FH Series only
FH-VR
This Cable has an L-shaped connector on the Camera end.
The maximum cable length depends on the Camera being connected, and the model and length of the Cable being used. For further information,please refer to
the "Cameras / Cables" table.
When a high-speed CMOS camera FH-S_02/-S_04 is used in the high speed mode of transmission speed, two camera cables are required.
2 Cables are required for all I/O signals.
FH-Series
Recommended EtherCAT and EtherNet/IP Communications Cables
Use Straight STP (shielded twisted-pair) cable of category 5 or higher with double shielding (braiding and aluminum foil tape) for EtherCAT.
Use Straight or cross STP (shielded twisted-pair) cable of category 5 or higher for EtherNet/IP.
Item
For EtherCAT
*1
Descriptions
Standard type Cable with Connectors on Both Ends (RJ45/RJ45)
Wire Gauge and Number of Pairs: AWG27, 4-pair Cable, Cable Sheath material: LSZH *2,
Cable color: Blue, Yellow, or Green,
Cables length: 0.2m, 0.3m, 0.5m, 1m, 1.5m, 2m, 3m, 5m, 7.5m, 10m, 15m, 20m
Rugged type Cable with Connectors on Both Ends (RJ45/RJ45)
Wire Gauge and Number of Pairs: AWG22, 2-pair Cable
Cables length: 0.3m, 0.5m, 1m, 2m, 3m, 5m, 10m, 15m
Rugged type Cable with Connectors on Both Ends (M12/RJ45)
Wire Gauge and Number of Pairs: AWG22, 2-pair Cable
Cables length: 0.3m, 0.5m, 1m, 2m, 3m, 5m, 10m, 15m
Rugged type Cable with Connectors on Both Ends (M12 L/RJ45)
Wire Gauge and Number of Pairs: AWG22, 2-pair Cable
Cables length: 0.3m, 0.5m, 1m, 2m, 3m, 5m, 10m, 15m
--
Hitachi Cable, Ltd.
--
Wire Gauge and Number of
Pairs: AWG24, 4-pair Cable
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For EtherCAT *1
and
EtherNet/IP
Cables
Wire Gauge and Number of
Pairs: AWG22, 2-pair Cable
-For EtherNet/IP
--
Wire Gauge and Number of
Pairs: 0.5 mm, 4-pair Cable
[email protected] *3
[email protected] *3
[email protected] *3
[email protected] *3
NETSTAR-C5E
SAB 0.5 × 4P
*4
KETH-SB *4
FAE-5004 *4
RJ45 Connectors
Panduit Corporation
Cables
Kuramo Electric Co.
Nihon Electric Wire&Cable
Co.,Ltd.
RJ45 Assembly Connector
OMRON
XS6G-T421-1 *5
Cables
Fujikura Ltd.
F-LINK-E 0.5mm × 4P
*6
RJ45 Connectors
Panduit Corporation
MPS588 *6
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Kuramo Electric Co.
SWCC Showa Cable Systems
Co.
Model
MPS588-C *4
KETH-PSB-OMR *5
PNET/B *5
Note: Please be careful while cable processing, for EtherCAT, connectors on both ends should be shield connected and for EtherNet/IP, connectors on only one end should be
shield connected.
*1 The FH series supports the EtherCAT communication. It cannot be used in FZ series.
*2 The lineup features Low Smoke Zero Halogen cables for in-cabinet use and PUR cables for out-of-cabinet use.
*3 For details, refer to Cat.No.G019.
*4 We recommend you to use above cable for EtherCAT and EtherNet/IP, and RJ45 Connector together.
*5 We recommend you to use above cable for EtherCAT and EtherNet/IP, and RJ45 Assembly Connector together.
*6 We recommend you to use above cable For EtherNet/IP and RJ45 Connectors together.
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FH-Series
Peripheral Devices
Item
Descriptions
Model
LCD Monitor
For Box-type Controllers
FZ-M08
USB Memory
SD Card
For FH Controller only
--
2 GB
FZ-MEM2G
8 GB
FZ-MEM8G
2 GB
HMC-SD291
4 GB
HMC-SD491
VESA Attachment
For installing the LCD integrated-type controller
FZ-VESA
Desktop Controller Stand
For installing the LCD integrated-type controller
FZ-DS
Display/USB Switcher
FZ-DU
Mouse Recommended Products
Driverless wired mouse
(A mouse that requires the mouse driver to be installed is not supported.)
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EtherCAT junction
slaves
For FH series
3 port
6 port
Power supply voltage:
20.4 to 28.8 VDC
(24 VDC -15 to 20%)
Industrial Switching
Hubs for EtherNet/IP
and Ethernet
3 port
Failure detection: None
Current consumption:
0.08 A
GX-JC03
Current consumption:
0.17 A
GX-JC06
W4S1-03B
Current consumption:
0.22 A
5 port
Failure detection: None
5 port
Failure detection: Supported
W4S1-05B
W4S1-05C
Automation Software Sysmac Studio
Please purchase a DVD and licenses the first time you purchase the Sysmac Studio. DVDs and licenses are available individually. The license does not
include the DVD.
Product
Sysmac Studio
Standard Edition
[email protected]@
Sysmac Studio
Vision Edition
[email protected]@ *2
Specifications
The Sysmac Studio provides an integrated development
environment to set up, program, debug, and maintain NJ-series
Controllers and other Machine Automation Controllers, as well as
EtherCAT slaves.
Sysmac Studio runs on the following OS.
Windows XP (Service Pack 3 or higher, 32-bit version) / Vista (32bit version) / 7 (32-bit/64-bit version)
Sysmac Studio Vision Edition is a limited license that provides
selected functions required for FH-serise/
FQ-M-series Vision Sensor settings.
Number of Model
Standards
licenses
-- (Media only)
1 license
3 license
10 license
30 license
50 license
1 license
Model
Media
DVD *1
-------------
SYSMAC-SE200D
SYSMAC-SE201L
SYSMAC-SE203L
SYSMAC-SE210L
SYSMAC-SE230L
SYSMAC-SE250L
SYSMAC-VE001L
Note:
*1
*2
1. Site licenses are available for users who will run Sysmac Studio on multiple computers. Ask your OMRON sales representative for details.
2. Sysmac Studio version 1.07 or higher supports the FH Series. Sysmac Studio does not support the FZ5 Series.
The same media is used for both the Standard Edition and the Vision Edition.
With the Vision Edition, you can use only the setup functions for FH-series/FQ-M-series Vision Sensors.
Development Environment
Please purchase a DVD and licenses the first time you purchase the Sysmac Studio. DVDs and licenses are available individually. The license does not
include the DVD.
Product
Application Producer
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Specifications
Number of Model
Standards
licenses
Software components that provide a development environment to
further customize the standard controller features of the FH Series.
System requirements:
• CPU: Intel Pentium Processor (SSE2 or higher)
--- (Media only)
• OS: Windows 7 Professional (32bit) or Enterprise (32bit) or
Ultimate (32bit)
• .NET Framework: .NET Framework 3.5 or higher
• Memory: At least 2 GB RAM
Available disk space: At least 2 GB
• Browser: Microsoft R Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
• Display: XGA (1024 × 768), True Color (32-bit) or higher
1 license
• Optical drive: CD/DVD drive
The following software is required to customize the software:
Microsoft R Visual Studio R 2010 Professional or
Microsoft R Visual Studio R 2008 Professional
Model
Media
CD
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FH-AP1
FH-AP1L
FH-Series
Lenses
C-mounut Lens for 1/3-inch image sensor (Recommend: [email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected])
Model
Appearance/
Dimensions
(mm)
3Z4S-LE
SV-0614V
29 dia.
30.0
3Z4S-LE
SV-0813V
3Z4S-LE
SV-1214V
28 dia.
29 dia.
34.0
3Z4S-LE
SV-1614V
29 dia.
29.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-2514V
29 dia.
24.0
3Z4S-LE
SV-3518V
29 dia.
24.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-5018V
32 dia.
33.5[WD:∞] to
37.5[WD:300]
3Z4S-LE
SV-7527V
32 dia.
42.0[WD:∞] to
44.4[WD:1000]
37.0[WD:∞] to
39.4[WD:1000]
3Z4S-LE
SV-10035V
32 dia.
43.9[WD:∞] to
46.3[WD:1000]
Focal length
6 mm
8 mm
12 mm
16 mm
25 mm
35 mm
50 mm
75 mm
Brightness
F1.4
F1.3
F1.4
F1.4
F1.4
F1.8
F1.8
F2.7
F3.5
M27.0 P0.5
M25.5 P0.5
M27.0 P0.5
M27.0 P0.5
M27.0 P0.5
M27.0 P0.5
M30.5 P0.5
M30.5 P0.5
M30.5 P0.5
1/3 inch
1/3 inch
1/3 inch
1/3 inch
1/3 inch
1/3 inch
1/3 inch
1/3 inch
1/3 inch
3Z4S-LE
SV-7525H
3Z4S-LE
SV-10028H
Filter size
Maximum
sensor size
Mounut
100 mm
C mounut
C-mounut Lens for 2/3-inch image sensor (Recommend: [email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected])
(3Z4S-LE SV-7525H and 3Z4S-LE SV-10028H can also be used for [email protected])
Model
Appearance/
Dimensions
(mm)
3Z4S-LE
SV-0614H
42 dia.
57.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-0814H
39 dia.
52.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-1214H
30 dia.
3Z4S-LE
SV-1614H
30 dia.
51.0
3Z4S-LE
SV-2514H
30 dia.
47.5
36.0
3Z4S-LE
SV-3514H
44 dia.
45.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-5014H
44 dia.
57.5
36 dia.
42.0[WD:∞]VQ
54.6[WD:1200]
39 dia.
66.5[WD:∞]VQ
71.6[WD:2000]
Focal length
6 mm
8 mm
12 mm
16 mm
25 mm
35 mm
50 mm
75 mm
Brightness
F1.4
F1.4
F1.4
F1.4
F1.4
F1.4
F1.4
F2.5
F2.8
M40.5 P0.5
M35.5 P0.5
M27.0 P0.5
M27.0 P0.5
M27.0 P0.5
M35.5 P0.5
M40.5 P0.5
M34.0 P0.5
M37.5 P0.5
2/3 inch
2/3 inch
2/3 inch
2/3 inch
2/3 inch
2/3 inch
2/3 inch
1 inch
1 inch
Filter size
Maximum
sensor size
Mounut
100 mm
C mounut
C-mounut Lens for 1-inch image sensor (Recommend: [email protected])
(3Z4S-LE SV-7525H with focal length of 75 mm and 3Z4S-LE SV-10028H with focal length of 100 mm are also available.)
Model
Appearance/
Dimensions
(mm)
Focal length
3Z4S-LE
VS-1214H1
38 dia.
38 dia.
3Z4S-LE
VS-2514H1
38 dia.
38 dia.
42.5[WD:∞] to
43.3[WD:300]
3Z4S-LE
VS-3514H1
33.5[WD:∞] to
35.6[WD:300]
35.0[WD:∞] to
39.1[WD:300]
3Z4S-LE
VS-5018H1
44 dia.
44.5[WD:∞] to
49.5[WD:500]
12 mm
16 mm
25 mm
35 mm
F1.4
F1.4
F1.4
F1.4
F1.8
M35.5 P0.5
M30.5 P0.5
M30.5 P0.5
M30.5 P0.5
M40.5 P0.5
1 inch
1 inch
1 inch
1 inch
1 inch
Brightness
Filter size
48.0[WD:∞] to
48.5[WD:300]
3Z4S-LE
VS-1614H1
Maximum
sensor size
Mounut
50 mm
C mounut
Lenses for small camera
Model
Appearance/
Dimensions
(mm)
FZ-LES3
12 dia.
16.4
FZ-LES6
12 dia.
19.7
FZ-LES16
12 dia.
23.1
FZ-LES30
12 dia.
25.5
Focal length
3 mm
6 mm
16 mm
30 mm
Brightness
F2.0
F2.0
F3.4
F3.4
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FH-Series
Vibrations and shocks resistant C-mounut Lens for 2/3-inch image sensor
(Recommend: [email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected])
Model
Appearance/
Dimensions (mm)
3Z4S-LE
[email protected]@@@@ *1
3Z4S-LE
[email protected]@@@@ *1
31 dia.
31 dia.
25.4[0.03×] to 29.5[0.3×]
Focal length
Filter size
Optical magnification
Iris Range *2
Depth of field (mm)
Maximum sensor size
Mounut
15 mm
M27.0
P0.5
0.03 ×
0.2 ×
0.3 ×
Maximum
Maximum
Maximum
F5.6 F8
F5.6 F8
F5.6
aperture
aperture
aperture
183.1 512.7 732.4
4.8
13.4 19.2
2.3
6.5
Appearance/
Dimensions (mm)
Focal length
Filter size
Optical magnification
Iris Range *2
Depth of field (mm)
Maximum sensor size
Mounut
20 mm
M27.0
P0.5
0.04 ×
0.25 ×
0.4 ×
Maximum
Maximum
Maximum
F8
F5.6 F8
F5.6 F8
F5.6
aperture
aperture
aperture
9.2
110.8 291.2 416.0
3.4
9.0 12.8
1.5
3.9
2/3 inch
C Mounut
3Z4S-LE
[email protected]@@@@ *1
Model
31 dia.
Appearance/
Dimensions (mm)
24.0[0.06×] to 35.7[0.45×]
30 mm
M27.0
P0.5
0.06 ×
0.15 ×
0.45 ×
Maximum
Maximum
Maximum
F8
F5.6 F8
F5.6 F8
F5.6
aperture
aperture
aperture
3.8
47.1 131.9 188.4
8.2
22.9 32.7
1.1
3.2
2/3 inch
C Mounut
3Z4S-LE
[email protected]@@@@ *1
3Z4S-LE
[email protected]@@@@ *1
31 dia.
31 dia.
Filter size
Optical magnification
Iris Range *2
Depth of field (mm)
Maximum sensor size
Mounut
35 mm
M27.0
P0.5
0.26 ×
0.3 ×
Maximum
Maximum
F5.6 F8
F5.6
aperture
aperture
2.8
8.4 11.9
2.2
6.5
Appearance/
Dimensions (mm)
Filter size
Optical magnification
Iris Range *2
Depth of field (mm)
Maximum sensor size
Mounut
*1
*2
9.2
0.65 ×
Maximum
F5.6
aperture
0.6
1.7
F8
4.6
44.5[0.08×] to 63.9[0.48×]
50 mm
M27.0
P0.5
0.08 ×
0.2 ×
0.48 ×
Maximum
Maximum
Maximum
F8
F5.6 F8
F5.6 F8
F5.6
aperture
aperture
aperture
2.5
33.8
75.6 108.0
6.0
13.4 19.2
1.3
2.9
2/3 inch
C Mounut
F8
4.1
3Z4S-LE
[email protected]@@@@ *1
Model
Focal length
F8
5.6
31 dia.
26.5[0.05×] to 38.0[0.5×]
32.0[0.26×] to 45.7[0.65×]
Focal length
F8
3Z4S-LE
[email protected]@@@@ *1
25 mm
M27.0
P0.5
0.05 ×
0.25 ×
0.5 ×
Maximum
Maximum
Maximum
F5.6 F8
F5.6 F8
F5.6
aperture
aperture
aperture
67.2 188.2 268.8
3.2
9.0 12.8
1.0
2.7
Model
23.0[0.04×] to 30.5[0.4×]
31 dia.
70.0[0.14×] to 105.5[0.62×]
75 mm
M27.0
P0.5
0.14 ×
0.2 ×
0.62 ×
Maximum
Maximum
Maximum
F5.6 F8
F5.6 F8
F5.6
aperture
aperture
aperture
17.7
26.1 37.2
9.1
13.4 19.2
1.3
1.9
2/3 inch
C Mounut
F8
2.7
Insert the iris range into @@@@@ in the model number as follows.
F=aperture: blank
F=5.6: FN056
F=8: FN080
F-number can be selected from maximum aperture, 5.6, and 8.0.
Extension Tubes
Lenses
For C mounut Lenses *
For Small Digital CCD Cameras
Model
3Z4S-LE SV-EXR
FZ-LESR
Contents
Set of 7 tubes
(40 mm, 20 mm,10 mm, 5 mm, 2.0 mm,
1.0 mm, and 0.5 mm)
Maximum outer diameter: 30 mm dia.
Set of 3 tubes
(15 mm,10 mm, 5 mm)
Maximum outer diameter: 12 mm dia.
* Do not use the 0.5-mm, 1.0-mm, and 2.0-mm Extension Tubes attached to each other. Since these Extension Tubes are placed over the threaded section of the Lens
or other Extension Tube, the connection may loosen when more than one 0.5-mm, 1.0-mm or 2.0-mm Extension Tube are used together.
Reinforcement is required to protect against vibration when Extension Tubes exceeding 30 mm are used.
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FH-Series
Ratings and Specifications (Sensor Controllers)
FH Sensor Controllers
Type
High-speed Controllers (4 core)
NPN
Model
PNP
Box-type controllers
No
No. of Cameras
2
Connected Camera
Can be connected to all cameras. (FZ-S series/FH-S series)
Number of
logged
images *1
2
FH-1050-10
4
752 (H) × 480 (V)
When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera
640 (H) × 480 (V)
When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera
1600 (H) × 1200 (V)
When connected to a 5 million-pixel camera
2448 (H) × 2044 (V)
When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera
640 (H) × 480 (V)
When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera
2040 (H) × 1088 (V)
When connected to a 4 million-pixel camera
2040 (H) × 2048 (V)
When connected to a intelligent compact camera
Connected to 1 camera(Color): 232, Connected to 2 camera(Color): 116
Connected to 3 camera(Color): 77, Connected to 4 camera(Color): 58
Connected to 5 camera(Color): 46, Connected to 6 camera(Color): 38
Connected to 7 camera(Color): 33, Connected to 8 camera(Color): 29
When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera (FZ-S/FH-S)
Connected to 1 camera(Color): 270, Connected to 1 camera(Monochrome): 272
Connected to 2 camera(Color): 135, Connected to 2 camera(Monochrome): 136
Connected to 3 camera(Color/Monochrome): 90
Connected to 4 camera(Color): 67, Connected to 4 camera(Monochrome): 68
Connected to 5 camera(Color/Monochrome): 54
Connected to 6 camera(Color/Monochrome): 45
Connected to 7 camera(Color/Monochrome): 38
Connected to 8 camera(Color): 33, Connected to 8 camera(Monochrome): 34
When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera (FH-S)
Connected to 1 camera(Color/Monochrome): 37, Connected to 2 camera(Color/Monochrome): 18
Connected to 3 camera(Color/Monochrome): 12, Connected to 4 camera(Color/Monochrome): 9
Connected to 5 camera(Color/Monochrome): 7, Connected to 6 camera(Color/Monochrome): 6
Connected to 7 camera(Color/Monochrome): 5, Connected to 8 camera(Color/Monochrome): 4
When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera (FZ-S)
Connected to 1 camera(Color/Monochrome): 43, Connected to 2 camera(Color/Monochrome): 21
Connected to 3 camera(Color/Monochrome): 14, Connected to 4 camera(Color/Monochrome): 10
Connected to 5 camera(Color/Monochrome): 8, Connected to 6 camera(Color/Monochrome): 7
Connected to 7 camera(Color/Monochrome): 6, Connected to 8 camera(Color/Monochrome): 5
When connected to a 4 million-pixel camera (FH-S)
Connected to 1 camera(Color/Monochrome): 20, Connected to 2 camera(Color/Monochrome): 10
Connected to 3 camera(Color/Monochrome): 6, Connected to 4 camera(Color/Monochrome): 5
Connected to 5 camera(Color/Monochrome): 4, Connected to 6 camera(Color/Monochrome): 3
Connected to 7 camera(Color/Monochrome): 2, Connected to 8 camera(Color/Monochrome): 2
When connected to a 5 million-pixel camera (FZ-S)
Connected to 1 camera(Color/Monochrome): 16, Connected to 2 camera(Color/Monochrome): 8
Connected to 3 camera(Color/Monochrome): 5, Connected to 4 camera(Color/Monochrome): 4
Connected to 5 camera(Color/Monochrome): 3, Connected to 6 camera(Color/Monochrome): 2
Connected to 7 camera(Color/Monochrome): 2, Connected to 8 camera(Color/Monochrome): 2
FH-1050-20
8
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Operation
Mouse or similar device
Settings
Create series of processing steps by editing the flowchart (Help messages provided).
Serial communications
RS-232C: 1 CH
No-protocol (TCP/UDP) 1000BASE-T
EtherNet communications
1 port
EtherNet/IP communications
2 port
2 port
1 port
2port
2port
Ethernet port baud rate: 1 Gbps (1000 BASE-T)
EtherCAT communications
EtherCAT protocol (100BASE-TX)
Parallel I/O
(In the 2-line random trigger mode)
17 inputs (STEP0/ENCTRIG_Z0, STEP1/ENCTRIG_Z1, ENCTRIG_A0 to 1, ENCTRIG_B0 to 1, DSA0 to 1, DI0 to 7, DI_LINE0)
37 outputs (RUN0 to 1, READY0 to 1, BUSY0 to 1, OR0 to 1, ERROR0 to 1, GATE0 to 1, STGOUT0/SHTOUT0,
STGOUT1/SHTOUT1, STGOUT2 to 7, DO0 to 15, ACK)
(In the 5-line to 8-line random trigger mode)
19 inputs, STEP0 to 7, DI_LINE0 to 2, DI0 to 7)
34 outputs (READY0 to 7, BUSY0 to 7, OR0 to 7, ACK, ERROR, STGOUT/SHTOUT0 to 7)
Encoder interface
RS422-A line driver level. Phase A/B: single-phase 4MHz (multiplying phase difference of 1MHz by 4 times),
Phase Z: 1MHz
Monitor interface
DVI-I output IF × 1ch
USB interface
4 channels (supports USB 1.1 and 2.0)
SD card interface
SDHC card of Class4 or higher rating is recommended.
Power supply voltage
20.4 to 26.4 VDC
When connected to a intelligent Connected to 2 cameras
compact camera, intelligent or Connected to 4 cameras
autofocus camera
Connected to 8 cameras
Current
consumption
(at 24.0 VDC)
Connected to 2 cameras
When connected to a 300,000-pixel
*2
camera, 2 million-pixel camera, 4 million- Connected to 4 cameras
pixel camera or 5 million-pixel camera
Connected to 8 cameras
Insulation resistance
Noise
Immunity
Fast
transient
burst
Operation Ambient temperature range
Environment
Ambient humidity range
5.0 A max.
5.4 A max.
6.4 A max.
4.7 A max.
5.0 A max.
5.9 A max.
---
7.0 A max.
8.1 A max.
---
6.5 A max.
7.5 A max.
---
---
11.5 A max.
---
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10.9 A max.
4.1 A max.
4.2 A max.
5.2 A max.
3.6 A max.
3.7 A max.
4.5 A max.
---
4.8 A max.
5.6 A max.
---
4.3 A max.
5.0 A max.
---
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6.8 A max.
---
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6.2 A max.
Between DC power supply and controller FG: 20 MΩ or higher (rated voltage 250 V)
DC Power Supply
Direct infusion: 2 KV Pulse rising: 5 ns Pulse width: 50 ns
Burst continuation time: 15 ms/0.75 ms Period: 300 ms Application time: 1 min
I/O line
Cramp: 1 KV Pulse rising: 5 ns Pulse width: 50 ns
Burst continuation time: 15 ms/0.75 ms Period: 300 ms Application time: 1 min
Operating: 0 to 50 °C
Storage: -20 to 65 °C (with no icing or condensation)
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Grounding
Type D grounding (100Ω or less grounding resistance) Conventional type 3 grounding
Degree of protection
IEC60529 IP20
Dimensions
190 × 115 × 182.5 mm
Dimensions Weight
Case materials
Accessories
*1
*2
8
FH-1050
When connected to a intelligent compact camera
No. of scenes
Main
functions
4
Standard Controllers (2 core)
FH-3050-20
High-grade Processing items
Processing
resolution
(FH-S)
Ratings
FH-3050-10
Controller type
Processing
resolution
(FZ-S)
External
interface
FH-3050
Approx. 3.2 kg
Approx. 3.4 kg
Approx. 3.4 kg
Approx. 3.2 kg
Approx. 3.4 kg
Approx. 3.4 kg
Cover: zinc-plated steel plate, side plate: aluminum (A6063)
Controller (1) / user manual (one Japanese and one English versions) / Instruction Installation Manual (1) /
Power supply terminal block connector (1) / Ferrite core (2, FH-3050 and FH-1050), 4 (FH-3050-10 and FH-1050-10),
and 8 (FH-3050-20 and FH-1050-20)
The image logging capacity changes when multiple cameras of different types are connected at the same time.
The current consumption when the maximum number of cameras supported by each controller are connected.
If a strobe controller model is connected to a lamp, the current consumption is as high as when an intelligent camera is connected.
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FH-Series
FZ5 Sensor Controllers
Type
NPN
PNP
Model
Controller type
High-grade Processing items
No. of Cameras
Connected Camera
Processing
resolution
When connected to a intelligent compact camera
When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera
When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera
When connected to a 5 million-pixel camera
No. of scenes
Connected to 1 camera
When connected to Connected to 2 cameras
a intelligent
Connected to 3 cameras
compact camera
Connected to 4 cameras
Connected to 1 camera
High-speed Controllers
FZ5-1100
FZ5-1100-10
FZ5-1105
FZ5-1105-10
Controllers integrated with LCD
No
2
4
Can be connected to FZ-S series.
(Can not be connected to FH-S series.)
752 (H) × 480 (V)
640 (H) × 480 (V)
1600 (H) × 1200 (V)
2448 (H) × 2044 (V)
32
232
116
77
58
Color camera: 270,
Monochrome Camera: 272
Color camera: 135,
When connected to Connected to 2 cameras Monochrome Camera: 136
a 300,000-pixel
Color camera: 90,
camera
Connected to 3 cameras
Monochrome Camera: 90
Color camera: 67,
Connected to 4 cameras
Monochrome Camera: 68
Connected to 1 camera
Number of
logged images *1
Color camera: 43,
Monochrome Camera: 43
Standard Controllers
FZ5-600
FZ5-600-10
FZ5-605
FZ5-605-10
Lite Controllers
FZ5-L350
FZ5-L350-10
FZ5-L355
FZ5-L355-10
Box-type controllers
2
4
2
4
Can be connected to FZ-S series. (Can not be connected to FH-S series. When
connecting 5 million-pixel cameras, up to two cameras can be connected.)
214
107
71
53
Color camera: 250, Monochrome Camera: 252
Color camera: 125, Monochrome Camera: 126
Color camera: 83, Monochrome Camera: 84
Color camera: 62, Monochrome Camera: 63
Color camera: 40, Monochrome Camera: 40
Operation
Settings
Color camera: 21,
Color camera: 20, Monochrome Camera: 20
Monochrome Camera: 21
Color camera: 14,
Color camera: 13, Monochrome Camera: 13
Monochrome Camera: 14
Color camera: 10,
Color camera: 10, Monochrome Camera: 10
Monochrome Camera: 10
Color camera: 16,
Color camera: 11, Monochrome Camera: 11
Monochrome Camera: 16
Color camera: 8,
Color camera: 5, Monochrome Camera: 5
Monochrome Camera: 8
Color camera: 5,
--Monochrome Camera: 5
Color camera: 4,
--Monochrome Camera: 4
Touch pen, mouse, etc.
Mouse or similar device
Create series of processing steps by editing the flowchart (Help messages provided).
Serial communications
RS-232C/422A : 1 CH
EtherNet communications
Ethernet 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T
EtherNet/IP communications
Ethernet port baud rate: 100 Mbps (100Base-TX)
(When used in Multi-line random-trigger
mode)
17 inputs (RESET, STEP0/
ENCTRIG_Z0, STEP1/ENCTRIG_Z1,
DSA0 to 1, ENCTRIG_A0 to 1,
13 inputs (RESET, STEP0/
ENCTRIG_B0 to 1, DI0 to 7),
29 outputs (RUN/BUSY1, BUSY0,
ENCTRIG_Z0, DSA0, ENCTRIG_A0,
GATE0 to 1, OR0 to 1, READY0 to 1, ENCTRIG_B0, DI0 to 7),
26 outputs (RUN, BUSY0, GATE0,
ERROR, STGOUT0 to 3, DO0 to 15)
(When used in other mode)
OR0, READY0, ERROR, STGOUT0 to
3, DO0 to 15)
13 inputs (RESET, STEP0/
ENCTRIG_Z0, DSA0, ENCTRIG_A0, * STGOUT 2 to 3 only for camera 4 ch
ENCTRIG_B0, DI0 to 7),
type
26 outputs (RUN, BUSY0, GATE0,
OR0, READY0, ERROR, STGOUT0 to
3, DO0 to 15)
* STGOUT 2 to 3 only for camera 4 ch
type
When connected to Connected to 2 cameras
a 2 million-pixel
camera
Connected to 3 cameras
Connected to 4 cameras
Connected to 1 camera
When connected to Connected to 2 cameras
a 5 million-pixel
camera
Connected to 3 cameras
Connected to 4 cameras
Parallel I/O
RS-232: 1CH
Ethernet 1000BASE-T/100BASE-TX/
10BASE-T
11 inputs (RESET, STEP, DSA, and DI
0 to 7),
26 outputs (RUN, BUSY, GATE, OR,
READY, ERROR, STGOUT 0 to 3, and
DO 0 to 15)
* STGOUT 2 to 3 only for camera 4 ch
type
Monitor interface
Integrated Controller and LCD 12.1 inch TFT color LCD
(Resolution: XGA 1,024 × 768 dots)
Analog RGB video output, 1 channel
(Resolution: XGA 1,024 × 768 dots)
USB interface
4 channels (supports USB 1.1 and 2.0)
2CH (supports USB1.1/2.0)
Power supply voltage *2
20.4 to 26.4 VDC
When connected to a intelligent compact camera
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
When connected to a intelligent or autofocus camera
Current
consumption
When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera
(at 24.0 VDC) *3 When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera
3.7 A max.
4.9 A max.
3.7 A max.
4.9 A max.
When connected to a 5 million-pixel camera
Operating: 0 to 45 °C for low cooling fan speeds, 0 to 50 °C for high cooling fan
Ambient temperature range
speeds
Storage: -20 to 65 °C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Weight
Approx. 3.2 kg
Approx. 3.4 kg
Approx. 3.2 kg
Approx. 3.4 kg
Accessories
Touch pen (one, inside the front panel), Instruction Manual, 6 mounting brackets
*1
*2
*3
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4.0 A max.
5.5 A max.
2.6 A max.
2.9 A max.
Operating: 0 to 45 °C, 0 to 50 °C
Storage: -20 to 65 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Approx. 1.8 kg
Instruction Manual
The image logging capacity changes when multiple cameras of different types are connected at the same time.
Do not ground the positive terminal of the 24-VDC power supply to a Lite Controller.
If the positive terminal is grounded, electrical shock may occur when an SG (0-V) part, such as the case of the Controller or Camera, is touched.
The current consumption when the maximum number of cameras supported by each controller are connected.
If a strobe controller model is connected to a lamp, the current consumption is as high as when an intelligent camera is connected.
FH-Series
Ratings and Specifications (Cameras)
High-speed CMOS cameras
Model
FH-SM
FH-SC
FH-SM02
FH-SC02
2/3-inch CMOS image elements
FH-SM04
Image elements
1/3-inch CMOS image elements
Color/Monochrome
Monochrome
Effective pixels
640 (H) × 480 (V)
2040 (H) × 1088 (V)
2040 (H) × 2048 (V)
Pixel size
7.4 (μm) × 7.4 (μm)
5.5 (μm) × 5.5 (μm)
5.5 (μm) × 5.5 (μm)
Shutter function
Electronic shutter;
Shutter speeds can be set from 20 μs to 100
ms.
Electronic shutter;
Shutter speeds can be set from 25 μs to 100 ms.
Partial function
1 to 480 lines
1 to 1088 lines
Frame rate
(image read time)
308 fps (3.3 ms)
Lens mounting
C mounut
Field of vision,
installation distance
Selecting a lens according to the field of vision and installation distance
Ambient temperature
range
Operating: 0 to 40 °C, Storage: -25 to 65 °C (with no icing or condensation)
Color
Monochrome
2 to 480 lines
FH-SC04
1-inch CMOS image elements
Color
Monochrome
2 to 1088 lines
219 fps (4.6 ms) *
1 to 2048 lines
Color
2 to 2048 lines
118 fps (8.5 ms) *
Ambient humidity range Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Weight
Approx.105 g
Accessories
Instruction manual
Approx.110 g
* For high speed frame rate, 2 pieces of FZ-VS-_M cables are required.
Digital CCD Cameras
Model
FZ-S
FZ-SC
FZ-S2M
FZ-SC2M
Image elements
Color/Monochrome
Monochrome
Effective pixels
640 (H) × 480 (V)
1600 (H) × 1200 (V)
2448 (H) × 2044 (V)
Pixel size
7.4 (μm) × 7.4 (μm)
4.4 (μm) × 4.4 (μm)
3.45 (μm) × 3.45 (μm)
Shutter function
Electronic shutter; select shutter speeds from 20 μs to 100 ms
Partial function
12 to 480 lines
12 to 1200 lines
12 to 2044 lines
Frame rate
(image read time)
80 fps (12.5 ms)
30 fps (33.3 ms)
16 fps (62.5 ms)
Lens mounting
C mounut
Field of vision,
installation distance
Selecting a lens according to the field of vision and installation distance
Ambient temperature
range
Operating: 0 to 50 °C
Storage: -25 to 65 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Color
Interline transfer reading all pixels,
1/1.8-inch CCD image elements
FZ-S5M2
Interline transfer reading all pixels,
1/3-inch CCD image elements
Monochrome
FZ-SC5M2
Interline transfer reading all pixels,
2/3-inch CCD image elements
Color
Monochrome
Color
Operating: 0 to 40 °C
Storage: -25 to 65 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Weight
Approx. 55 g
Accessories
Instruction manual
Approx. 76 g
Approx.140 g
Small CCD Digital Cameras
Model
FZ-SF
FZ-SFC
FZ-SP
Image elements
Interline transfer reading all pixels, 1/3-inch CCD image elements
Color/Monochrome
Monochrome
Effective pixels
640 (H) × 480 (V)
Pixel size
7.4 (μm) × 7.4 (μm)
Shutter function
Electronic shutter; select shutter speeds from 20 μm to 100 ms
Partial function
12 to 480 lines
Frame rate
(image read time)
80 fps (12.5ms)
Lens mounting
Special mount (M10.5 P0.5)
Field of vision,
installation distance
Selecting a lens according to the field of vision and installation distance
Ambient temperature
range
Operating: 0 to 50 °C (camera amp)
0 to 45 °C (camera head)
Storage: -25 to 65 °C (with no icing or condensation)
Color
Monochrome
FZ-SPC
Color
Ambient humidity range Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Weight
Approx. 150 g
Accessories
Instruction manual, installation bracket,
Four mounting brackets (M2)
Instruction manual
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FH-Series
High-speed CCD Cameras
Model
FZ-SH
FZ-SHC
Image elements
Interline transfer reading all pixels, 1/3-inch CCD image elements
Color/Monochrome
Monochrome
Effective pixels
640 (H) × 480 (V)
Pixel size
7.4 (μm) × 7.4 (μm)
Shutter function
Electronic shutter; select shutter speeds from 1/10 to 1/50,000 s
Partial function
12 to 480 lines
Frame rate
(image read time)
204 fps (4.9ms)
Field of vision,
installation distance
Selecting a lens according to the field of vision and installation
distance
Ambient temperature
range
Operating: 0 to 40 °C
Storage: -25 to 65 °C (with no icing or condensation)
Color
Ambient humidity range Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Weight
Approx. 105 g
Accessories
Instruction manual
Intelligent Compact CMOS Cameras
Model
FZ-SQ010F
FZ-SQ050F
FZ-SQ100F
FZ-SQ100N
Image elements
1/3-inch CMOS image elements
Color/Monochrome
Color
Effective pixels
752 (H) × 480 (V)
Pixel size
6.0 (μm) × 6.0 (μm)
Shutter function
1/250 to 1/32,258
Partial function
8 to 752 lines
Frame rate
(image read time)
60 fps
Field of vision
7.5 × 4.7 to 13 × 8.2 mm
13 × 8.2 to 53 × 33 mm
53 × 33 to 240 × 153 mm
29 × 18 to 300 × 191 mm
Installation distance
38 to 60 mm
56 to 215 mm
220 to 970 mm
32 to 380 mm
LED class *
Class 2
Ambient temperature
range
Operating: 0 to 50 °C
Storage: -25 to 65 °C
Ambient humidity range Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Weight
Approx. 150 g
Approx. 140 g
Accessories
Mounting bracket (FQ-XL), polarizing filter attachment (FQ-XF1), instruction manual and warning label
* Applicable standards: IEC62471-2
Intelligent CCD Cameras, Autofocus CCD Cameras
Model
FZ-SLC100
FZ-SLC15
FZ-SZC100
Interline transfer reading all pixels, 1/3-inch CCD image elements
Color/Monochrome
Color
Effective pixels
640 (H) × 480 (V)
Pixel size
7.4 (μm) × 7.4 (μm)
Shutter function
Electronic shutter; select shutter speeds from 1/10 to 1/50,000 s
Partial function
12 to 480 lines
Frame rate
(image read time)
80 fps (12.5 ms)
Field of vision *2
13 to 100 mm *1
2.9 to 14.9 mm *1
13 to 100 mm *1
2.9 to 14.9 mm *1
Installation distance
70 to 190 mm *1
35 to 55 mm *1
77.5 to 197.5 mm *1
47.5 to 67.5 mm
LED class *3 (lighting)
Class 2
Ambient temperature
range
Operating: 0 to 50 °C
Storage: -25 to 65 °C (with no icing or condensation)
---
Ambient humidity range Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Weight
Approx. 670 g
Approx. 700 g
Accessories
Instruction Sheet and hexagonal wrench
*1 Tolerance: ±5% max.
*2 The length of the visual field is the lengths along the Y axis.
*3 Applicable standards: IEC62471-2
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FZ-SZC15
Image elements
Approx. 500 g
FH-Series
Ratings and Specifications (LCD Monitor, Cable)
LCD Monitor
Long-distance Camera Cables
Model
FZ-M08
Model
Size
8.4 inches
Type
Liquid crystal color TFT
Resolution
1,024 × 768 dots
Input signal
Analog RGB video input, 1 channel
Power supply
voltage
21.6 to 26.4 VDC
Current
consumption
Approx. 0.7 A max.
Ambient
temperature
range
Operating: 0 to 50 °C; Storage: -25 to 65 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Weight
Approx. 1.2 kg
Accessories
Instruction Sheet and 4 mounting brackets
Ambient
temperature
range
Operation and storage: 0 to 65 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient
atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Material
Cable sheath, connector: PVC
Minimum
93 mm
bending radius
Weight
Approx. 1600 g
Parallel Cable
Camera Cables
Ambient
temperature
range
FZ-VSL2 (15 m)
10 to 150 Hz single amplitude 0.15 mm 3 directions, 8
strokes, 4 times
Ambient
Operation and storage: 40 to 70%RH
humidity range (with no condensation)
Ambient
Operating and storage: 35 to 85% (with no condensation)
humidity range
Model
Shock
resistiveness
(durability)
FZ-VS2 (15 m)
Shock
resistiveness
(durability)
Model
FZ-VP
FZ-VPX
Vibration
resistiveness
10 to 150 Hz single amplitude 0.15 mm 3 directions, 8
strokes, 4 times
10 to 150 Hz single amplitude 0.15 mm 3 directions, 8
strokes, 4 times
Ambient
temperature
range
Operation: 0 to 50 °C; Storage: -20 to 65 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Operation and storage: 0 to 65 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient
Operation and storage: 35 to 85%RH
humidity range (with no condensation)
FZ-VS (2 m)
FZ-VSB (2 m)
FZ-VSL (2 m)
Ambient
Operation and storage: 40 to 70%RH
humidity range (with no condensation)
Ambient
atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Material
Cable sheath, connector: PVC
69 mm
69 mm
Weight
Approx. 220 g
Approx. 170 g
Material
Cable sheath: heat-resistant PVC Connector: resin
Weight
Approx. 160 g
Approx. 180 g
Note: FZ-VP/FZ-VPX is only for the FZ series. The FH series can use XW2ZS013-2/-S013-5.
Encoder Cable
Monitor Cable
Model
No corrosive gases
Minimum
75 mm
bending radius
Minimum
69 mm
bending radius
Approx. 170 g
Ambient
atmosphere
Model
FZ-VM
Vibration
resistiveness
10 to 150 Hz single amplitude 0.15 mm 3 directions, 8
strokes, 4 times
Ambient
temperature
range
Operation: 0 to 50 °C; Storage: -20 to 65 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient
Operation and storage: 35 to 85%RH
humidity range (with no condensation)
Ambient
atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Material
Cable sheath: heat-resistant PVC Connector: PVC
FH-VR
Vibration
resistiveness
10 to 150 Hz single amplitude 0.1 mm 3 directions, 8
strokes, 10 times
Ambient
temperature
range
Operation: 0 to 50 °C; Storage: -10 to 60 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient
Operation and storage: 35 to 85%RH
humidity range (with no condensation)
Ambient
atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Material
Cable Jacket: Heat, oil and flame resistant PVC
Connector: polycarbonate resin
Minimum
75 mm
bending radius
Minimum
65 mm
bending radius
Weight
Weight
Approx. 170 g
Approx. 104 g
Cable Extension Unit
Model
FZ-VSJ
Power supply
voltage *1
11.5 to 13.5 VDC
Current consumption *2
1.5 A max.
Ambient
temperature
range
Operating: 0 to 50 °C; Storage: -25 to 65 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient
Operating and storage: 35 to 85% (with no condensation)
humidity range
Maximum Units
connectable
2 Units per Camera
Weight
Approx. 240 g
Accessories
Instruction Sheet and 4 mounting screws
*1 A 12-VDC power supply must be provided to the Cable Extension Unit
when connecting the Intelligent Camera, the Autofocus Camera, the
Intelligent Compact Camera, the Strobe Controller, or the Lighting
Controller.
*2 The current consumption shows when connecting the Cable Extension Unit
to an external power supply.
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FH-Series
Cameras / Cables Connection Table
High-speed CMOS cameras *
Type of
camera
Model
300,000-pixel
2 million-pixel
4 million-pixel
FH-SM/SC
FH-SM02/SC02
FH-SM04/SC04
Cable
length
High speed mode Standard mode High speed mode Standard mode
of transmission of transmission of transmission of transmission
speed select
speed select
speed select
speed select
--Camera
Cables
FZ-VS
Right-angle
FZ-VSL
camera cables
Bend resistant
FZ-VSB
camera
cables
Long-distance
camera cable
FZ-VS2
Long-distance
FZVSL2
right-angle
camera cable
2m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
5m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
10 m
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
2m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
5m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
10 m
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
15 m
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Small digital
CCD cameras
Pen type / flat
type
High-speed
CCD cameras
* High-speed CMOS camera is only for the FH series.
Digital CCD cameras
Type of
camera
Model
Cable
length
Camera Cables
FZ-VS
Right-angle
FZ-VSL
camera cables
Bend resistant
FZ-VSB
camera cables
Long-distance
camera cable
Long-distance
right-angle
camera cable
FZ-VS2
FZVSL2
Intelligent CCD
Intelligent
cameras
compact CMOS
Autofocus CCD
cameras
cameras
300,000-pixel
2 million-pixel
5 million-pixel
FZ-S/SC
FZ-S2M/SC2M
FZ-S5M2/
SC5M2
FZ-SF/SFC
FZ-SP/SPC
FZ-SH/SHC
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
2m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
5m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
10 m
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
5m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
10 m
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
15 m
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
EtherCAT Communications Specifications
Item
Specifications
Communications standard
IEC61158 Type 12
Physical layer
100 BASE-TX (IEEE802.3)
Modulation
Base band
Baud rate
100 Mbps
Topology
Depends on the specifications of the EtherCAT master.
Transmission Media
Twisted-pair cable of category 5 or higher (double-shielded straight cable with aluminum tape and braiding)
Transmission Distance
Distance between nodes: 100 m or less
Node address setting
00 to 9
RJ45 × 2 (shielded) IN: EtherCAT input data, OUT: EtherCAT output data
External connection terminals
Send/receive PDO data sizes
Mailbox data size
Input
56 to 280 bytes/line (including input data, status, and unused areas) Up to 8 lines can be set. *
Output
28 bytes/line (including output data and unused areas) Up to 8 lines can be set. *
Input
512 bytes
Output
512 bytes
Mailbox
Emergency messages, SDO requests, and SDO information
Refreshing methods
I/O-synchronized refreshing (DC)
* This depends on the upper limit of the master.
Version Information
FH Series and Programming Devices
Required Programming Device
FH Series
FH-3050 ([email protected])
FH-1050 ([email protected])
Sysmac Studio Standard Edition/Vision Edition
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.07 or higher
Not supported
Supported
Note: 1. The auto-update to Sysmac Studio version 1.07 will be available soon.
2. Sysmac Studio does not support the FZ5 Series.
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FH-Series
Components and Functions
Example of the FH Sensor Controllers
BOX type
(4-camera type)
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
G
A
H
I
B
J
K
[11]
C
[7]
[12]
[13]
[8]
[14]
[10]
[9]
D
E
L
F
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[12]
[13]
[14]
Name
POWER LED
ERROR LED
RUN LED
ACCESS LED
SD POWER LED
SD BUSY LED
EtherCAT RUN LED
EtherCAT LINK/ACT IN LED
EtherCAT LINK/ACT OUT LED
EtherCAT ERR LED
EtherNet NET RUN1 LED
EtherNet NET LINK/ACK1 LED
EtherNet NET RUN2 LED
EtherNet NET LINK/ACK2 LED
Description
Lit while power is ON.
Lit when an error has occurred.
Lit while the controller is in Measurement Mode.
Lit while the memory is accessed.
Lit while power is supplied to the SD card and the card is usable.
Blinks while the SD memory card is accessed.
Lit while EtherCAT communications are usable.
Lit when connected with an EtherCAT device, and blinks while performing communications.
Lit when connected with an EtherCAT device, and blinks while performing communications.
Lit when EtherCAT communications have become abnormal.
Lit while EtherNet communications are usable.
Lit when connected with an EtherNet device, and blinks while performing communications.
Lit when EtherNet communications are usable.
Lit when connected with an EtherNet device, and blinks while performing communications.
Name
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
Description
Install the SD memory card. Do not plug or unplug the SD card during measurement operation.
SD memory card installation connector
Otherwise measurement time may be affected or data may be destroyed.
EtherNet connector
Connect an EtherNet device.
Connect a USB device. Do not plug or unplug it during measurement operation.
USB connector
Otherwise measurement time may be affected or data may be destroyed.
RS-232C connector
Connect an external device such as a programmable controller.
DVI-I connector
Connect a monitor.
I/O connector (control lines, data lines)
Connect the controller to external devices such as a sync sensor and PLC.
EtherCAT address setup volume
Used to set a node address (00 to 99) as an EtherCAT communication device.
EtherCAT communication connector (IN)
Connect the opposed EtherCAT device.
EtherCAT communication connector (OUT) Connect the opposed EtherCAT device.
Encoder connector
Connect an encoder.
Camera connector
Connect cameras.
Connect a DC power supply. Wire the controller independently on other devices. Wire the ground line.
Power supply terminal connector
Be sure to ground the controller alone. Perform wiring using the attached power supply connector.
Example of the FZ5 Sensor Controllers
LCD-integrated type Left-side view
Front view
(4-camera type)
Right-side view
[9]
[4]
[6] [7]
[8]
Example of the FZ5-Lite Sensor Controllers
LCD-integrated type [1]
[2]
(4-camera type)
[3]
[9]
[10]
[8]
[11]
[11]
[4]
[5]
[5]
[10]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[10]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
Name
POWER LED
RUN LED
ERROR LED
I/O connector (control lines, data lines)
Camera connector
[6]
Power
[7]
[8]
[9]
Ground terminal
Monitor connector (analog RGB)
RS-232C/RS-422 connector
[10]
USB connector
[11]
[12]
EtherNet connector
Touch pen (holder)
[6]
[12]
Description
Lit while power is ON.
Lit while the controller is in Run Mode.
Lit when an error has occurred.
Connect the controller to external devices such as a sync sensor and PLC.
Connect cameras.
Connect a DC power supply. Wire the power supply unit independently of other devices.
After wiring, replace the terminal cover.
Connect the ground wire. Make sure that the controller is grounded with a separate ground wire.
Connect a monitor. (Provided with Lite controller type only)
Connect an external device such as a personal computer or PLC.
Connect a track ball, mouse and USB memory. A total of four USB ports are provided and any of them
can be used. However, when connecting two or more USB memories, do not connect them to adjacent
ports. Doing so may cause the USB memories to come into contact, resulting in malfunction or damage.
Connect the controller to a personal computer.
A touch pen is stored. (Provided with the LCD integrated type only)
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FH-Series
Processing Items
Group
Icon
Processing Item
42
Icon
Processing Item
Corresponding
Page in the
Catalog
Create high-dynamic range images by
acquiring several images with different
conditions.
Camera Image
Input HDRLite
HDR function for [email protected] Intelligent
Compact Cameras.
Camera Switch
To switch the cameras used for
measurement. Not input images from
cameras again.
P16
Measurement
Image Switching
Extract circles using "round " shape
information and get position, radius
and quantity in high preciseness.
To switch the images used for
measurement. Not input images from
camera again.
P16
Position
Compensation
P18
Shape Search II
Used to search the similar part of
model from input image regardless of
environmental changes. Detect the
evaluation value and position.
Used when positions are differed.
Correct measurement is performed by
correcting position of input images.
P16
Filtering
Used for processing images input from
cameras in order to make them easier
to be measured.
P18
Backgrond
Suppression
To enhance contrast of images by
extracting color in specified brightness.
P18
Shape Search III
Robust detection of positions is possible
at high-speed and with high precision
incorporating environmental fluctuations,
such as differences in individual shapes
of the workpieces, pose fluctuations,
noise superimposition and shielding.
P16
Track brightness change of entire
Brightness Correct
screen and remove gradual brightness
Filter
change such as uneven brightness.
P18
EC Corner
This processing item measures a corner
position (corner) of a workpiece.
P16
Ec Cross
The center position of a crosshair
shape is measured using the lines
created by the edge information on
each side of the crosshair.
P16
Used to identify the shapes and calculate
the position of measurement objects.
P16
Flexible Search
Recognizing the shapes of workpieces with
variation and detecting their positions.
P16
Sensitive Search
Search a small difference by dividing
the search model in detail, and
calculating the correlation.
P16
ECM Search
Used to search the similar part of
model form input image. Detect the
evaluation value and position.
EC Circle Search
Used when various kinds of products
on the assembly line need to be sorted
and identified.
Image
P17
Capturing
Correcting
images
Color Gray Filter
Color image is converted into
monochrome images to emphasize
specific color.
P18
Extract Color Filter
Convert color image to color extracted
image or binary image.
P18
Anti Color Shading
To remove the irregular color/pattern
by uniformizing max.2 specified colors.
P18
Stripes Removal
Filter II
Remove the background pattern of vertical,
horizontal and diagonal stripes.
P18
P18
P18
Edge Position
Measure position of measurement
objects according to the color change
in measurement area.
P16
Polar
Transformation
Rectify the image by polar
transformation. Useful for OCR or
pattern inspection printed on circle.
Edge Pitch
Detect edges by color change in
measurement area. Used for calculating
number of pins of IC and connectors.
P16
Trapezoidal
Correction
Rectify the trapezoidal deformed
image.
Scan Edge
Position
Measure peak/bottom edge position of
workpieces according to the color change
in separated measurement area.
P16
How the alignment marks would move
Machine Simulator on the image when each stage or robot
axis is controlled can be checked.
Scan Edge Width
Measure max/min/average width of
workpieces according to the color
change in separated measurement
area.
P16
The registered model image and
Image Subtraction measurement image are compared
and only the different pixels are
extracted and converted to an image.
Circular Scan
Edge Position
Measure center axis, diameter and
radius of circular workpieces.
P16
Advanced filter
P19
Circular Scan
Edge Width
Measure center axis, width and
thickness of ring workpieces.
P16
Process the images acquired from cameras in
order to make them easier to measure. This
processing item consolidates existing image
conversion filtering into one processing item
and adds extra functions.
Panorama
Combine multiple image to create one
big image.
P18
Intersection
Calculate approximate lines from the
edge information on two sides of a
square workpiece to measure the
angle formed at the intersection of the
two lines.
P16
Macro
Advanced arithmetic processing can
be easily incorporated into workflow as
macro processing items.
P20
Color Data
Used for detecting presence and
mixed varieties of products by using
color average and deviation.
P17
Macro Calculation
P20
Gravity and Area
Used to measure area, center of
gravity of workpices by extracting the
color to be measured.
This function is convenient when the user
wants to calculate a value using an original
calculation formula or change the set value
or system data of a processing item.
P17
Calculation
Labeling
Used to measure number, area and
gravity of workpieces by extracting
registered color.
Used when using the judge results and
measured values of ProcItem which
are registered in processing units.
P17
Line Regression
Used for calculating regression line
from plural measurement coodinate.
Selecting one region of extracted
Labeling, and get that measurement.
Area and Gravity position can be got
and judged.
Circle Regression
Label Data
Used for calculating regression circle
from plural measurement coordinate.
Precise
Calibration
Used for calibration corresponding to
trapezoidal distortion and lens
distortion.
P15
Defect
Used for appearance measurement of
plain-color measurement objects such
as defects, stains and burrs.
P17
User Data
P21
Precise Defect
Check the defect on the object.
Parameters for extraction defect can
be set precisely.
Used for setting of the data that can be
used as common constants and
variables in scene group data.
P17
Set Unit Data
Used to change the ProcItem data
(setting parameters,etc.) that has been
set up in a scene.
Fine Matching
Difference can be detected by overlapping
and comparing (matching) registered fine
images with input images.
P16
Get Unit Data
Used to get one data (measured results,
setting parameters,etc.) of ProcItem that
has been set up in a scene.
Set Unit Figure
Used for re-setting the figure data
(model, measurement area )
registered in an unit.
Get Unit Figure
Used for get the figure data (model,
measurement area ) registered in an unit.
Trend Monitor
Used for displaying the information
about results on the monitor,
facilitating to avoid NG and analyze
causes.
Used for saving the measurement
images to the memory and USB
memory.
Recognize character according
Character Inspect correlation search with model image
registered in [Model Dictionary].
Image
Capturing
Group
Camera Image
Input HDR
Search
Classification
Inspections /
Measurement
Corresponding
Page in the
Catalog
Assisting
inspections /
measurement
P17
Date Verification
Reading character string is verified
with internal date.
Model Dictionary
Register character pattern as
dictionary. The pattern is used in
[Character Inspection].
2DCode *2
Recognize 2D code and display where
the code quality is poor.
P17
Barcode *1
Recognize barcode, verify and output
decoded characters.
P17
Image Logging
Circle Angle
Used for calculating angle of inclination
of circular measurement objects.
P17
Glue Bead
Inspection
You can inspect coating of a specified color
for gaps or runoffs along the coating path.
Image Conversion Used for saving the measurement
Logging
images in JPEG and BMP format.
P17
Data Logging
Used for saving the measurement data
to the memory and USB memory.
Camera Image
Input
To input images from cameras. And
set up the conditions to input images
from cameras.
Elapsed Time
Used for calculating the elapsed time
since the measurement trigger input.
Camera Image
Input FH
This is a processing item specific to the
FH Sensor Controller to input images
from high-speed cameras.
Wait
Processing is stopped only at the set
time. The standby time is set by the
unit of [ms].
P17
P21
FH-Series
Group
Assisting
inspections /
measurement
Icon
Processing Item
Corresponding
Page in the
Catalog
Focus
Focus setting is supported.
P15
Iris
Focus and aperture setting is
supported.
P15
Parallelize
A part of the measurement flow is
divided into two or more tasks and
processed in parallel to shorten the
measurement time. This processing
item is placed at the top of processing
to be performed in parallel.
Parallelize Task
A part of the measurement flow is
divided into two or more tasks and
processed in parallel to shorten the
measurement time. This processing item
is placed immediately before processing
to be performed in parallel between
Parallelize and Parallelize End.
Used when you need to calculate an
average of multiple measurement results.
Referrence Calib
Data
Calibration data and distortion
compensation data held under other
processing items can be referenced.
Position Data
Calculation
The specified position angle is calculated
from the measured positions.
Stage Data
Sets and stores data related to stages.
Robot Data
Sets and stores data related to robots.
Vision Master
Calibration
This processing item automatically calculates
the entire axis movement amount of the
control equipment necessary for calibration.
P15
PLC Mastoer
Calibration
Calibration data is created using a
communication command from PLC.
P15
Convert Position
Data
The position angle after the specified
axis movement is calculated.
P14
Movement Single
Position
The axis movement that is required to
match the measured position angle to the
reference position angle is calculated.
P14
Movement Multi
Points
The axis movements that are required
to match the measured position angles
to the corresponding reference
position angles are calculated.
P14
Obtains position/angle information by r
eferring to the coordinate values measured
with the Measurement Processing Unit.
Camera
Calibration
By setting the camera calibration, the
measurement result can be converted
and output as actual dimensions.
Data Save
The set data can be saved in the controller
main unit or as scene data. The data is held
even after the FH/FZ power is turned off.
Icon
Branching
processing
Statistics
Detection Point
Group
Processing Item
Conditional
Branch
Used where more than two kinds of
products on the production line need to
detected separately.
End
This ProcItem must be set up as the
last processing unit of a branch.
DI Branch
Same as ProcItem "Branch". But you
can change the targets of conditional
branching via external inputs.
Control Flow
Normal
Set the measurement flow processing
into the wait state in which the specific
no-protocol command can be executed.
Set the measurement flow processing
Control Flow PLC
into the wait state in which the specific
Link
PLC Link command can be executed.
Control Flow
Parallel
Set the measurement flow processing
into the wait state in which the specific
parallel command can be executed.
Control Flow
Fieldbus
Set the measurement flow processing
into the wait state in which the specific
Fieldbus command can be executed.
Selective Branch
Easily branch to multiple destinations.
Data Output
Used when you need to output data to
the external devices such as PLC or
PC via serial ports.
Parallel Data
Output
Used when you need to output data to
the external devices such as PLC or
PC via parallel ports.
P14
Outputting
results
Used when you need to output
Parallel
judgement results to the external
Judgement Output devices such as PLC or PC via parallel
ports.
Displaying
results on
the monitor
Fieldbus Data
Output
Outputs data to an external device,
such as a Programmable Controller,
through a fieldbus interface.
Result Display
Used for displaying the texts or the
figures in the camera image.
Display Image File Display selected image file.
Display Last NG
Image
*1
*2
P15
Corresponding
Page in the
Catalog
Display the last NG images.
Bar Codes that can be read : JAN/EAN/UPC (including add-on codes),
Code 39, Codabar (NW-7), ITF (Interleaved 2 of 5), Code 93, Code 128,
GS1-128, GS1 DataBar (RSS-14 / RSS Limited / RSS Expanded),
Pharmacode
2D Codes that can be read : Data Matrix (ECC200), QR Code
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Series Sensor Controllers
FH-series Box-type
FH-3050/-3050-10/-3050-20
FH-1050/-1050-10/-1050-20
Four, M4 mounting holes
with a depth of 4.5 mm
143
141
190
141
24
24
Four, M4 mounting holes
with a depth of 4.5 mm
19.2
19.5
143
182.5
20.1
Four, M3 mounting holes
with a depth of 4.5 mm
38.1
The 2-camera type has only one Ethernet connectors.
26.7
148.5
10.5
66.2
94
The 2-camera type has only two camera connectors,
and the 8-camera type has eight camera connectores.
43
FH-Series
FZ5-series LCD-integrated type
FZ5-1100/-1105/-1100-10/1105-10
FZ5-600/-605/-600-10/-605-10
120
120
20
Four, M3 mounting holes with
a depth of 6 mm
12.8
(7)
130
33
7
68
(163.5)
246
110
260
+
-
308
104
(6)
296
6
* The size of the 2-camera
type is 83.
20
120
FZ5-series Lite Box-type
FZ5-L350/-L355/-L350-10/-L355-10
120
12
197
80
182.3
* The 2-camera type has only two
camera connectors on its right side.
44
(28.4)
10
FH-Series
Cameras
High-speed CMOS Camera
2 million-pixel camera 4 million-pixel camera
7
27
15.5
2 million-pixel camera
FZ-S2M
FZ-SC2M
33.5
9.5 9.5
5.5
10.5
Two, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 5.5 mm
1/4” 20UNC with a
depth of 5.5 mm
Four M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 4 mm (4 directions)
Four-R3
48.2
7
(1)
Mounting Holes
.
19±0.1
dia
.5
2-4
(1)
1“-32UNF
(C mount)
34
15.5
Two, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 5.5 mm
C2A
(C
10.5
36 dia.
35
.10.5
16.8
35
17.5
30 dia.
(R
1)
2dia. mounting holes with a
depth of 2.5 mm (4 directions)
Four M4 mounting holes
with a depth of 4 mm
(4 commonness)
30.2
25
dia
1“32
UN
34
1/4" 20UNC with
a depth of 5.5 mm
40.7
14.5
17.5
2.3
36
Three, M2 mounting
holes with a depth of
3.0mm (both sides)
40.5
9.5
9.5
35
35
24
1"-32UN-2A
(C MOUNT)
Fo
urR3
7
20.5
(19.4)
28
6.5
(7.9)
(5.4)
10.5
(7.9)
28
22.7
16.8±0.05
15±0.05
(7.3)
46.5
14.5 29
(19.4)
20.5
25±0.05
12
Three, M2 mounting
holes with a depth
of 3.0 mm
(5.4)
12
28
6.5
15.5±0.05
14.5±0.05
30 dia.
(7.3)
+0.01
2 0 Mounting holes with a
depthof 2.5 mm (4 directions)
17.69±0.05
12
12
Three, M2 mounting
holes with a depth
of 3.0 mm
FZ-SH
FZ-SHC
5 million-pixel camera
FZ-S5M2
FZ-SC5M2
14.5 29
14.5 22
5.5
10.5
Two, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 5.5 mm
1/4” 20UNC with a
depth of 5.5 mm
High-speed CCD Camera
300,000-pixel camera
FZ-S
FZ-SC
24
19
9.5
Two, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 5.5 mm
1/4” 20UNC with a
depth of 5.5 mm
Digital CCD Cameras
1"-32UN-2A (C mount)
40.5
22.7
1"-32UNF
(C MOUNT)
34
Two, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 5.5 mm
Three, M2 mounting
holes with a depth of
40
3.0mm (both sides)
14.5 22
28
10.5
14.5
9.5
(7.4)
19
9.5
30
(20)
(7.4)
27
13
40
16.8
Four, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 4.0 mm
Four, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 4.0 mm
(8.2)
Four, M4 mounting holes
with a depth of 4.0 mm 22.2
(20)
40
30
32 dia.
25
30
40
7
1"-32UNF
(C MOUNT)
34
22.7
16.8
Four, M4 mounting
holes with a depth of 4.0 mm
8.2
Four, M4 mounting
holes with a depth 11.1
of 4.0 mm
38
22.7
Four, M4 mounting
holes with a depth 12
of 4.0 mm
7
14.5
FH-SC04
FH-SM04
25
25
40
30
FH-SC02
FH-SM02
16.8
22.7
16.8
12
FH-SC
FH-SM
32 dia.
25
300,000-pixel camera
mo
un
t)
15.5 9.5 9.5
33.4
8.3
9.5
9.5
1/4” 20UNC with a
depth of 5.5 mm
40.9
8.3
1/4” 20UNC with a
depth of 5.5 mm
Two, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 5.5 mm
Small digital CCD cameras
Camera head
26
Camera amplifier
12.7 9.6
(8.5)
(6.5)
7.5 9.5 9.5
2.5
Two, M3 mounting holes
with a depth of 4 mm
12.5 dia.
(8.8 dia.)
Three, M2 mounting
holes with a depth of 3.0 mm
24
20
43
7.5
16 pin round connector
16 pin round
connector
28
(6.5)
22
7.5
6.5
3000
9.2
(From ccd surface)
11.5
(20.7)
Eight, M1.7 mounting holes
with a depth of 1.5 mm
3 dia.
43.5
37
43
12
9
11.5 16
M10.5
6 12
17
M10.5
33
12
Three, M2 mounting
holes with a depth
of 3.0 mm
3000
44
28
17
3
26
22
12
Four, M1.7 mounting holes
with a depth of 1.5 mm
9.2
(From ccd surface)
5.5
22
11.5
12.5 dia.
3
10 12
Four-4.3 dia.
Can be used for both flat cameras and pen-shaped cameras
16
16.9
3.4 13.5
34
4.5
Two-4.3 dia.
3 dia.
8
Pen-shaped camera
9.5
FZ-SP
FZ-SPC
9
Flat camera
FZ-SF
FZ-SFC
33.5
Two, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 5.5 mm
1/4” 20UNC with a depth of 5.5 mm
45
FH-Series
Intelligent Compact CMOS Cameras
Narrow view / Standard
FZ-SQ010F
FZ-SQ050F
Wide View
FZ-SQ100F (long-distance)
FZ-SQ100N (short-distance)
46
46
44
44
45
45
1
Optical
axis
1
Optical
axis
Mounting Bracket *1
(25)
32
3
Four, M4 Depth: 6
20
38
42
38
(49)
8
1/4-20UNC Depth: 6
4.8
8
9
1/4-20UNC Depth: 6
9
38
(57)
4.8
11
Polarizing
Filter Attachment
20
(94.8)
67
(25)
32
Polarizing
Filter Attachment
20
67
(94.8)
Mounting Bracket *1
Mounting Hole Dimensions
Mounting Hole Dimensions
Two, 4.5 dia.
Two, 4.5 dia.
*1. The mounting brackets can be
connected to either side.
*1. The mounting brackets can be
connected to either side.
20±0.1
Tightening torque: 1.2 N·m
20±0.1
Tightening torque: 1.2 N·m
Intelligent CCD Camera
Autofocus CCD Camera
FZ-SLC100
FZ-SZC15
FZ-SZC100
68
106.5
27.5 37.5
50
100
2
2
27.5 37.5
45.0
28
(47)
45.2
59.4
66.5
10
(5.2)
(47)
10.5
73.5
46.9
1/4-20UNC with a depth of 8.0 mm
Two, M4 mounting holes with a depth of 8.0 mm
25
7.4
Two, M4 mounting holes with a depth of 8.0 mm
53
1/4-20UNC with a depth of 8.0 mm
28
7
40
134
20±0.1
10±0.1
Two, M4 mounting holes with a depth of 8.0 mm
58
35
28 73.2
87.4
M39X0.5
(5.2)
20±0.1
10±0.1
93
28
40
89.5
33 78.2
92.4
50
101.5
100
30
95
40
68
72.2
68
FZ-SLC15
90
Four, M4 Depth: 6
20
38
42
20±0.1
1/4-20UNC with a depth of 8.0 mm
45.2
Cables
Camera Cable
Camera Cable
Long-distance Camera Cable
Bend resistant Cable
FZ-VS
FZ-VS2
FZ-VSB
(42)
L (*1)
(42)
L (*3)
(42)
(100)
(25)
6.9 dia.
(12.2)
6.9 dia.
(12.2)
(*2)
(*2)
2 to 26-pin square connector
2 to 26-pin square connector
Long-distance Right-angle Camera Cable
Right-angle Camera Cable
FZ-VSL2
FZ-VSL
(40)
L (*3)
L (*1)
(42)
(75)
(18.5)
(100)
6.9 dia.
(12.2)
26-pin square connector
(12)
(*2)
26-pin square connector
(12.2)
(*2)
26-pin square connector
(25)
(25)
(24.4)
(24.4)
(32)
(100)
9.3 dia.
(75)
(18.5)
(33.5)
26-pin square connector
Parallel Cable
FZ-VPX
35
10
(100)
(100)
50-pin
square connector
*1. cable is available in 2m/5m.
68.1
30±5
6.9 dia.
35.4
6.9 dia.
50-pin square connector
L (*1)
29.8
15.6
8
35.4
(30)
(10)
46
FZ-VM
L (*1)
35
(19.2 dia.)
35
L (*1)
50-pin
square connector
5 dia.
200±10
50±10
*1. cable is available in 2m/5m.
*1. Cable is available in 2m/5m/10m.
*2. Each camera cables has polarity.
Please ensure that the name plate
side of the cable is connected to
the controller.
*3. Cable is available in 15m.
Monitor Cable
FZ-VP
33.7
(18.2)
(100)
9.3 dia.
26-pin
rectangular connector
(12.2)
(*2)
L (*1)
(75)
(100)
(25)
(75)
(25)
(75)
2 to 15-pin square connector
*1. cable is available in 2m/5m.
30±5
FH-Series
Encoder Cable
FH-VR
L1 (*1)
90±5
3
100
10±2
20
20
26
11.7
2.2
37.2
*1. Cable is available in 1.5 m.
LCD Monitor
Camera Cable Extension Unit
FZ-VSJ
Camera Cable Connector
(Camera side)
75
9 15
65
60
83
75
(185)
161
(173.4)
(12.5)
(129.4)
171
(38)
Four, 3.4 dia.
(85.5)
POWER Indicator
(130)
(90)
(172)
230
93.8
(31.5)
Four, M4
14.9
40
9.1
(103.5)
26
3.2
3.2
Extension Tubes for Small Camera
FZ-LESR
27.5
4 9.1
Camera Cable Connector
(Controller side)
220
9 14
Power supply
terminal block
4.65
(6)
Mountable plate thickness:
1.6 to 5.0 mm
4.85
FZ-M08
Lens for Small Camera
FZ-LES Series
3
5
3
10
3
4
12 dia.
Extension tubes 5 mm
Diaphragm adjustment knob
M10.5
12 dia.
M10.5
12 dia.
L*
Extension tubes 10 mm
15
12 dia.
M10.5
Diaphragm look screw (M1.4)
*
Overall length is available in 16.4mm/19.7mm/23.1mm/25.5mm.
Extension tubes 15 mm
47
FH-Series
Optical Chart
High-speed CMOS Camera [email protected], 4 million-pixel
10,000
3Z4S-LE
t0
VS-1214H1
VS-1614H1
VS-2514H1
VS-3514H1
VS-5018H1
SV-7525H
SV-10028H
t0
t5
Camera distance (mm)
t10
1,000
t15
t10
t20
t40
t25
t35 t30
t15
t20
t25
t40 t35 t30
t0
t0
t0
t1
t2
t15
t10
t0.5
t2
t5
t15
t20
t30 t25
t10
t15
t1
t0.5 t0.5
t1
t2
t0.5
t1
t2
t5
100
t0
t5
t1
t10
t5
t2
10
10
100
1,000
10,000
Field of vision (mm)
High-speed CMOS Camera [email protected], 2 million-pixel
10000
3Z4S-LE
t0
SV-0614H
SV-0814H
SV-1214H
SV-1614H
SV-2514H
SV-3514H
SV-5014H
SV-7525H
SV-10028H
t0
t5
t0
t10
1000
Camera distance (mm)
t40 t35
t30 t25
t20
t15
t5
t0
t0
t10
t15 t1
t20
t2
t5
t30 t25
t0.5
t1
t10
t40 t35
t2
t0.5
t20 t15
t5
t1
t10
t2
t0.5 t0.5
t15
t5
t1
t2
100 t10
t1
t2
t5
t0
t0
t0
t0
t0.5
t0.5
10
10
100
1000
Field of vision (mm)
High-speed CMOS Camera [email protected], High-speed CCD Camera [email protected], Digital CCD Camera [email protected]
300,000-pixel
10000
t0
3Z4S-LE
t0
t0
t5
Camera distance (mm)
t15 t10
t 25 t 20t15 t 10
t 30
t25 t 20
t40
t 30
t50
t40
t50
t5
1000
t25
t15
t 10
t 20 t15
t0
t1
t1
t0
t0
t0
t2
t5
t1
t5
t2
t1 t0.5
t1
t0.5
t0.5
t10
t20
100
t 20
t0
t2
t0.5
t10
t40 t 30t25
SV-0614V
SV-0813V
SV-1214V
SV-1614V
SV-2514V
SV-3518V
SV-5018V
SV-7527V
SV-10035V
t0
t5
t5
t15
t2
t1
30
2
10
100
Field of vision (mm)
48
1000
FH-Series
Digital CCD Camera [email protected], 5 million-pixel
10,000
3Z4S-LE
t0
SV-0614H
SV-0814H
t0
SV-1214H
t0
SV-1614H
t5
SV-2514H
Camera distance (mm)
SV-5014H
t15
1,000
SV-3514H
t0
t10
t0
t5
SV-7525H
t20
t30 t25
t40
t50
t40
t50
t 40 t 30 t 25
t0
t5
t15
t20
t25 t10
t 30
t5
t20 t15
t0
t0
t2
t10
t1
t20 t15
t 30 t 25
100
t15
SV-10028H
t0
t10
t5
t2
t0.5
t10
t0.5
t5
t1
t2
30
5
10
100
1,000
Field of vision (mm)
Digital CCD Camera [email protected], 2 million-pixel
10,000
3Z4S-LE
t0
t0
SV-0614H
SV-0814H
t0
SV-1214H
SV-1614H
t0
t5
Camera distance (mm)
t15
1,000
t30
t20 t15
t30 t25
t20
SV-10028H
t10
t5
t2
t10
t1 t0.5
t2
t5
t10
t15
SV-7525H
t0
t0
t15
t25
t0
t0
t5
t40
SV-3514H
SV-5014H
t5
t10
t30
t25 t20 t15
t40 t30
100
t10
t20
t40
t50
t50
t25
SV-2514H
t0
t2
t1
t0.5
t5
30
3
10
100
1,000
Field of vision (mm)
Small Digital CCD Cameras [email protected], [email protected], 300,000-pixel
10000
FZ-LES30
FZ-LES16
FZ-LES6
FZ-LES3
t0
t0
1000
WD * (mm)
t0
t0
t5
t10
100
t40
t50 t45
t55
t60
t30 t25
t35
t20
t15
t5
t10
t15
t20
10
1
10
100
1000
Field of vision (mm)
* The vertical axis represents WD, not installation distance.
49
FH-Series
High-speed CMOS Camera [email protected], 2 million-pixel (Vibrations and shocks resistant)
1,000
3Z4S-LE
VS-MC15
VS-MC20
VS-MC25N
VS-MC30
VS-MC35
VS-MC50
VS-MC75
t0
t40 t30 t20
t10
t0
Camera distance (mm)
t10
t40 t30 t20
t30 t20
100
t30
t0
t0
t10
t10
t20
t20
t0
t0
t10
t5
t10
t0
t2
t5
t10
10
1
10
100
1,000
Field of vision (mm)
High-speed CMOS Camera [email protected], High-speed CCD Camera [email protected], Digital CCD Camera [email protected]
300,000-pixel (Vibrations and shocks resistant)
10,000
3Z4S-LE
VS-MC15
VS-MC20
VS-MC25N
VS-MC30
VS-MC35
VS-MC50
VS-MC75
1,000
Camera distance (mm)
t0
t0
t40 t30
t10
t20
t10
t20 t10 t0
t40 t30
t10
t0
t20
t0
t30
t10
t20
t30
t5
t15 t10
t5
t10
t15
t10
100
t0
10
1
10
100
Field of vision (mm)
50
1,000
FH-Series
Digital CCD Camera [email protected], 5 million-pixel
(Vibrations and shocks resistant)
1,000
3Z4S-LE
VS-MC15
VS-MC20
VS-MC25N
VS-MC30
VS-MC35
VS-MC50
VS-MC75
t0
t20
Camera distance (mm)
t60 t40
t40 t30 t20
t30 t20
100
t0
t10
t0
t0
t0
t10
t5
t30
t20 t10
t5
t30 t20 t15 t10
t5
t25
t10
t20 t15
t5
t0
t10
t15
10
t0
1
10
100
1,000
Field of vision (mm)
Digital CCD Camera [email protected], 2 million-pixel
(Vibrations and shocks resistant)
10,000
3Z4S-LE
Camera distance (mm)
VS-MC15
VS-MC20
VS-MC25N
VS-MC30
VS-MC35
VS-MC50
VS-MC75
1,000
t0
t40 t20
t40 t30
t0
t10
t20
t10
t0
t0
t0 t0
t10
100
t30 t20
t0
t10
t20 t5
t30
t10 t5
t15
t10
t15
t5
t10
10
1
10
100
1,000
Field of vision (mm)
Meaning of Optical Chart
The X axis of the optical chart shows the field of vision (mm) (*1),
and the Y axis of the optical chart shows the camera installation distance (mm) (*2).
Camera
Extension Tube thickness: t
(mm)
Lens
Camera
distance (mm)
WD
(mm)
Field of vision (mm)
Y
Field of
vision
*1. The lengths of the fields of vision given in the optical charts are the lengths of the Y axis.
*2. The vertical axis represents WD for small cameras.
X
51
FH-Series
Intelligent CCD Cameras, Autofocus CCD Cameras
• Narrow View
• Wide View
FZ-SLC15
29 to 100
Field of vision
FZ-SLC100
Field of vision 13.8 to 14.9
29 to 100
3.1
2.9 to 3
12.6 to 52
13.8 to 14.9
2.9
to 3.1
55
35 to
0
FZ-SZC15
12.6 to 52
to
70
0
FZ-SZC100
190
29 to 100
Field of vision
Field of vision 13.8 to 14.9
29 to 100
2.9 to 3.1
12.6 to 52
13.8 to 14.9
2.9
to 3.1
67.5
47.5 to
0
12.6 to 52
to
77.5
0
197.5
* Field of Vision of Intelligent Cameras and Autofocus Cameras
The images displayed on the monitor will be rectangular images of 640×480 pixels.
The valid processing area for measurements is the 480×480-pixel area in the middle.
The above figures show the dimensions of the middle 480×480 pixels.
Intelligent Compact Cameras
• Narrow View
• Standard
FZ-SQ050F
FZ-SQ010F
Field of vision
7.5
8.2
56
0
• Wide View (Long-distance)
FZ-SQ100F
33
13
8.2
4.7
60
38 to
0
53
Field of vision
13
to
215
• Wide View (Short-distance)
300
FZ-SQ100N
240
Field of vision
Field of vision
191
153
53
29
33
970
to
220
0
0
18
32
380
to
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