Vision Sensor FH series Operation Manual Sysmac Studio

Vision Sensor FH series Operation Manual Sysmac Studio
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Vision Sensor FH series
Operation Manual Sysmac Studio
Conveyor Panorama Display Tool
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Index
1.
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
1.5.
1.6.
1.7.
1.8.
2.
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
3.
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
3.5.
3.6.
3.1.
3.2.
Introduction .................................................................................................................. 5
Introduction .................................................................................................................... 5
Conventions Used in This Manual ................................................................................. 5
Terms and Conditions Agreement.................................................................................. 6
Meanings of Signal Words ............................................................................................. 8
Precausions for Safe Use .............................................................................................. 8
Precausions for Correct Use.......................................................................................... 8
Regulations and Standards ........................................................................................... 8
Related Manuals ............................................................................................................ 8
About Conveyor Panorama Display ........................................................................ 11
Overview ...................................................................................................................... 11
Target Readers and Expected Skill Level .................................................................... 11
Terminology .................................................................................................................. 11
Restrictions and Precautions ....................................................................................... 12
Using the Tool ............................................................................................................ 14
Setup Procedure and User Interface of Conveyor Panorama Display........................ 14
Starting Conveyor Panorama Display ......................................................................... 15
Creating a Scene to perform Conveyor Panorama Display ........................................ 16
Setting encoder and calibration data ........................................................................... 18
Display Setting ............................................................................................................. 22
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................... 25
Possible Measurement Result Output (Conveyor Panorama Display Tool)................ 26
External Reference Table (Conveyor Panorama Display Tool) ................................... 27
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Revision History
Revision Symbol
Revision Date
01
December 1, 2015
Reason for Revision and Revised Page
First edition
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1. Introduction
1.1. Introduction
Thank you for purchasing FH/FZ5 Series product.
This manual provides information regarding functions, performance and operating methods that
are required for using FH/FZ5 Series product. When using FH/FZ5 Series product, be sure to observe the following:
• FH/FZ5 Series product must be operated by personnel knowledgeable in electrical engi-neering.
• To ensure correct use, please read this manual thoroughly to deepen your understanding of the
product.
• Please keep this manual in a safe place so that it can be referred to whenever necessary.
This Manual does not contain safety information and other details that are required for actual use
of a FH/FZ5 Series Controller. Thoroughly read and understand the manuals for all of the devices
that are used in this Manual to ensure that the system is used safely. Review the entire contents of
these materials, including all safety precautions, precautions for safe use, and precautions for
correct use.
Any part or whole of this operation manual may not be copied, reproduced, or reprinted without
permission.
The contents of this manual, including product specifications, are subject to change based on improvements of the product without prior notice. Your understanding is appreciated
We are committed to providing precise information. Should you have any questions or con-cerns
regarding the contents of this document, please do not hesitate to contact us. When you contact us,
please be sure to provide us with the Catalog number printed on the back cover.
1.2. Conventions Used in This Manual
Symbols in this manual are used as follows:
Safety Information
Things that should be done or avoided to safely use the product.
Precautions for Use
Things that should be done or avoided to prevent malfunction, or other negative effects to the
product.
Useful Information
Things that may apply to certain situations. Information and tips that help you use the product
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effectively. This information is provided to increase understanding or make operation easier.
Reference
Location of detailed or related information.
1.3. Terms and Conditions Agreement
1.3.1.

Warranty, Limatations of Liability
Warranties
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unsuitability or the results from the use of Products in combination with any electrical or electronic components, circuits, system assemblies or any other materials or substances or environments. Any advice, recommendations or information given orally or in writing, are not to be
construed as an amendment or addition to the above warranty.
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1.3.2.

Application Considerations
Suitability of Use
Omron Companies shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes or regulations which apply to the combination of the Product in the Buyer’s application or use of the
Product. At Buyer’s request, Omron will provide applicable third party certification documents
identifying ratings and limitations of use which apply to the Product. This information by itself
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application, product or system. Buyer shall take application responsibility in all cases.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCT FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE
OR PROPERTY WITHOUT ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE OMRON PRODUCT(S) IS PROPERLY
RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT
OR SYSTEM.

Programmable Products
Omron Companies shall not be responsible for the user’s programming of a programmable
Product, or any consequence thereof.
1.3.3.
Disclaimers
 Performance Data
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guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of Omron’s test conditions, and the user must correlate it to actual application
requirements. Actual performance is subject to the Omron’s Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
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 Change in Specifications
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements
and other reasons. It is our practice to change part numbers when published ratings or features are changed, or when significant construction changes are made. However, some
specifications of the Product may be changed without any notice. When in doubt, special part
numbers may be assigned to fix or establish key specifications for your application. Please
consult with your Omron’s representative at any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased Product.
 Error and Omissions
Information presented by Omron Companies has been checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no responsibility is assumed for clerical, typographical or proofreading errors or
omissions.
1.4. Meanings of Signal Words
For details on Meanings of Signal Words, refer to Meanings of Signal Words in Vision System
FH/FZ5 Series User's Manual (Cat. No. Z340-E1-08 or later).
1.5. Precausions for Safe Use
For details on Precautions for Safe Use, refer to Precautions for Safe Use in Vision System
FH/FZ5 Series User's Manual (Cat. No. Z340-E1-08 or later).
1.6. Precausions for Correct Use
For details on Precautions for Correct Use, refer to Precautions for Correct Use in Vision
System FH/FZ5 Series User's Manual (Cat. No. Z340-E1-08 or later).
1.7. Regulations and Standards
For details on Regulations and Standards, refer to Regulations and Standarrds in Vision
System FH/FZ5 Series User's Manual (Cat. No. Z340-E1-08 or later).
1.8. Related Manuals
The following manuals are also helpful when using Conveyor Tracking Calibration Wizard. Use
these manuals for reference.
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Cat. No.
Z340-E1
Manual name
Content
Application
Vision System
Describes how to configure
To learn how to config-
FH/FZ5 Series
settings on the sensor con-
ure FH/FZ5 Series Vi-
User's Manual
troller of FH/FZ5 Series
sion Sensors.
Vision Sensors.
Z341-E1
Vision System
Describes how to configure
To learn how to config-
FH/FZ5 Series
settings
ure settings
Processing Item Function
items for FH/FZ5 Series
cessing
Reference Manual
Vision Sensors.
FH/FZ5 Series Vision
for
processing
for
items
profor
Sensors.
Z342-E1
Vision System
Describes how to configure
To learn how to config-
FH/FZ5 Series
communication settings on
ure communication set-
User's Manual
the sensor controller of
tings for FH/FZ5 Series
(Communications Settings)
FH/FZ5
Vision Sensors.
Series
Vision
Sensors.
Z343-E1
Vision System
Describes how to configure
To learn how to config-
FH Series
FH Series Sensor Control-
ure FH Series Sensor
Operation Manual
lers on Sysmac Studio.
Controllers.
Sysmac Studio
Describes the operation of
To learn the operation
Version 1
Sysmac Studio.
and functions of Sysmac
Sysmac Studio
W504-E1
Operation Manual
Z369-E1
Studio.
Vision Sensor
Describes how to configure
To learn the setup pro-
FH Series
and
Calibration
cedure for printing the
Operation Manual
Plate Print Tool on Sysmac
Pattern on a Calibration
Sysmac Studio
Studio on FH Sensor Con-
Plate used for calibra-
Calibration Plate Print Tool
trollers.
tion for cameras and
operate
robots on Sysmac Studio.
Z370-E1
Vision Sensor
Describes how to configure
To learn the setup pro-
FH Series
and operate the Conveyor
cedure of the wizard
Operation Manual
Tracking Calibration Wizard
style
Sysmac Studio
tool on Sysmac Studio on
cameras,
Conveyor Tracking Calibration
FH Sensor Controllers.
conveyors.
Vision Sensor
Describes how to configure
To learn the setup pro-
FH Series
and operate the Conveyor
cedure
Operation Manual
Panorama Display tool on
display for image cap-
Sysmac Studio
Sysmac
ture of target objects on
calibration
robots,
for
or
Wizard Tool
Z371-E1
Conveyor
Panorama
Display
Studio
Sensor Controllers.
on
FH
of
panorama
conveyors.
Tool
(This manual)
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Z368-E1
Vision Sensor
Describes the setting pro-
To
FH Series
cedure of sample macros
procedure
Conveyor Tracking Application
used for applications of
macros
Programming Guide
conveyor tracking on FH
tracking.
learn
the
setting
of
sample
for
conveyor
Sensor Controllers.
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2. About Conveyor Panorama Display
2.1. Overview
Conveyor Panorama Display is a tool to display the outline of the model registered region and of
each image capture overlaid over the panoramic image they constitute so that you can estimate
how targets move on the conveyor. Using a scene that includes target object images and conveyor
tracking data, this tool generates an image that makes trigger interval and conveyor speed adjustments easier when adding new production lines.
Images can be displayed both online and offline.
2.2. Target Readers and Expected Skill Level
Target readers of this manual include developers of vision conveyor tracking systems, and engineers and programmers who support end users of vision conveyor tracking systems.
2.3. Terminology
Term
Explanation
panoramic image stitching
A process to combine multiple images into a single image.
target, target object
Objects that are targets of Pick and Place operation.
model registered region
A region that is registered as the model for target objects.
This is not a model used for actual detection.
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2.4. Restrictions and Precautions
Subject
When
launching
Explanation
Conveyor
Panorama Display, confirm the
following:
The FH Sensor Controller must have a Scene that includes the Conveyor Calibration processing item.
Conveyor tracking calibration has been completed by the Conveyor
Calibration processing item.
The unit of measure for the MCS used for the conveyor tracking calibration is millimeter.
The above Scene includes the Unit Calculation Macro processing item
that holds the encoder value at the time when image was captured.
Precautions for off-line measurement using image logs
The name of image logs must have the either of the following structures: "Measurement ID_encoder value at image capture.bmp", or
"Measurement ID_encoder value at image capture.ifz". For example, if
the encoder value is 12345, the image log should be named as follows:
・File name: 2015-01-21_14-03-10-6700_12345.bmp
・File name: 2015-01-21_14-03-10-6700_12345.ifz
For how to logging, refer to the Conveyer Panolama in the FH Series
Sample Macro User's Guide
The BKD data at the time of the logging is loaded to FH Sensor Controller.
There is a "logic for offline measurement" in the Unit Macro processing
item used to obtain encoder values. For more information about method
for offline measurement,
refer to Encoder value section in the FH Series Sample Macro User's
Guide
Encoder value
Restrictions for encoder value:
・Encoder value must be set 0-2147483647
・One reaching its maximum value (2147483647), the encoder value
must return to 0 (ring count).
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Size of target objects
To effectively use the tracking function, the size of target objects
should meet the following restrictions.
The maximum width of the registered model area must be smaller
than the overlapped area of camera Field of View (FOV).
If the registered model area exceeds that, the robot may miss some
objects.
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3. Using the Tool
3.1. Setup Procedure and User Interface of Conveyor Panorama Display
The setup procedure of Conveyor Panorama Display is as follows.
After launching Conveyor Panorama Display:
1. Create a Scene to perform Conveyor Panorama Display.
2. Set the encoder and calibration data.
3. Display setting.
Step
Explanation
Creating a Scene to perform
Create a Scene to perform Conveyor Panorama Display.
Conveyor Panorama Display.
Setting encoder and
Set the encoder value and select calibration data to use
calibration data.
for Conveyor Panorama Display.
Display setting
Set display for Conveyor Panorama Display.
The following figure shows the user interface of Conveyor Panorama Display.
Judgment result display area
Information display area
Preview area
Function List View
Image size control area
File select and image control area
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Screen elements
Explanation
Judgment display area
The judgment result of the Conveyor Panorama Display is displayed.
Information display area
Area to display information of FH Sensor Controller, the Scene group
name, and the Scene number.
Preview area
Area where the panoramic images will be displayed.
Function List View
Area where parameters for Conveyor Panorama Display are listed
and adjusted.
File select and image con-
Area to specify image logs for panorama display or adjust settings for
trol area
continuous measurements using images from specific folders.
For more information, refer to the following manual.
Refer to the Scene maintenance window in the FH Series Vision
System Operation Manual for Sysmac Studio (Cat.No. Z343-E1).
Image size control area
Area where you can enlarge/reduce the image preview size.
For more information, refer to the following manual.
Refer to the Monitor window in the FH Series Vision System Operation Manual for Sysmac Studio (Cat.No. Z343-E1).
3.2. Starting Conveyor Panorama Display
Launch Conveyor Panorama Display from the FH Sensor Controller you are using.
1. On the main window of FH Sensor Controller, select Tool under Multiview Explorer.
Available tools will be displayed. Double click Panorama Display for Conveyor Tracking.
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3.3. Creating a Scene to perform Conveyor Panorama Display
To launch Conveyor Panorama Display, an exclusive Scene that includes Conveyor Panorama
Display processing item needs to be created on FH Sensor Controller.
Add the Conveyor Panorama Display processing item to the Scene that is currently in use for
capturing targets and performing conveyor tracking.
This process corresponds to the step 1 in 4.1. Setup Procedure and User Interface of Conveyor
Panorama Display.
1. Double click Panorama Display For Conveyor Tracking.
A warning dialog will appear if the Conveyor Panorama Display processing item is not
included in the current Scene. See 2.
The operation differs depending on the number of the Conveyor Panorama Display processing
items included in the Scene.
If there are multiple Conveyor Panorama Display processing items, see 4.
If there is only one, see 5.
2. A warning dialog will appear.
If you click OK in the warning dialog, the Conveyor Panorama Display processing item will automatically be added to the current Scene.
After that, the Conveyor Panorama Display will start. See 4.
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3. If you click Cancel on the warning dialog, the Conveyor Panorama Display processing item will
not be added to the current Scene, and the Panorama Display For Conveyor Tracking tab will
open.
Click the close button (x) on the Panorama Display For Conveyor Tracking tab to exit.
4. A warning dialog will appear if there are more than one Conveyor Panorama Display processing
items in the current Scene.
Only one Conveyor Panorama Display processing item can be used with the Conveyor Panorama Display.
Select a Conveyor Panorama Display processing item to use from the Unit drop-down list. When
completed, click OK. See 5.
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Value
Parameter
Unit
[Factory Default]
The Conveyor Panorama Display unit with the smallest unit
number in the current Scene.
Explanation
Select a unit you want to use for Conveyor
Panorama Display from the drop-down list.
Click ▼ to select the Conveyor Panorama
Display processing item to reference.
5. If the current Scene includes a Conveyor Panorama Display processing item, Conveyor
Panorama Display Tool window on the Panorama Display For Conveyor Tracking will be
displayed.
Set the initial values for encoder value and calibration settings using the selected Conveyor Panorama Display processing item.
3.4. Setting encoder and calibration data
Set up the encoder and calibration data to perform Conveyor Panorama Display.
If the current Scene is assigned to image capture and conveyor tracking, the Conveyor Calibration
processing item and Unit Calculation Macro processing item are included in the Scene. Load data
from those processing items.
This process corresponds to step 2 in 4.1. Setup Procedure and User Interface of Conveyor
Panorama Display.
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1. The Conveyor Panorama Display tab page will be displayed.
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2. Set parameter under Encoder Setting.
Click ▼, or enter the value into the box.
Parameter
Value
[Factory Default]
Explanation
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Encoder Value
[Unit for Conveyor Pan-
Set the encoder value in the form of an expression
orama Display]
to create panoramic images online.
If you click ▼, the Insert dialog will appear. See 3.
Precautions for Use
If you are using a sample Scene provided by OMRON, the encoder value does not need to be set.
3. The Insert dialog appears.
Adjust settings under Data and Function, and click Insert to apply the settings to the value
displayed in the Encoder Value box.
Parameter
Unit
Parameter
Value
[Factory Default]
Explanation
Processing items in-
Select the processing item that holds the en-
cluded in the current
coder value from the drop-down list. Click ▼ to
Scene are available.
select processing item to reference.
Parameter held in the
To set the encoder value, set the operator that
processing item spec-
the specified processing item holds.
ified in the Unit box.
Select an operator from the drop-down list.
Click ▼ to show options and select the operator to reference.
Function
Available functions
Select a function that can be used for setting
the encoder value
from the drop-down list. Click ▼ to show options and select a function.
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Insert
-
When you click Insert, the set unit and pa-
(the Insert
rameter will be applied to the Encoder Value
button under Data)
box.
Insert
(the
Insert
button
When you click Insert, the set function will
be applied to the Encoder Value box.
under Function)
Reference
On the Insert dialog, the encoder value is set in the form of expression.
For more information
about available functions and how to enter the value, refer to the Calculation on page 561-571 in
the Vision System Processing Item Function Reference Manual (Cat. No. Z341-E1).
Useful Information
When you click ▼ the Encoder Value box, the ▼ symbol turns blue ,and the Insert dialog will
appear.
8. Set Scene No and Unit No.
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Value
Parameter
Scene No
Explanation
[Factory Default]
[Current Scene]
Scene 0 to the last Scene
number in the Scene group
Select the Scene number for the Scene you want
to reference to obtain the calibration data.
Click ▼ to select the Conveyor Panorama Display
processing item to reference.
Unit No.
[Unit for Conveyor Panorama
Display]
Select the unit number to reference to obtain calibration data.
The available units for this include Camera Image
Input, Camera Image Input FH, Camera Image Input HDR, Camera Image Input HDR Lite, Vision
Master Calibration, PLC Master Calibration, Camera, Calibration, and Precise Calibration.
Reference
For more information about calibration reference,
refer to ▶ Reference Calib Data on page 648-652 in Vision System Processing Item Function
Reference Manual (Cat. No. Z341-E1).
3.5. Display Setting
Data will be loaded from the Unit Calculation Macro unit, etc. Set parameters under Display
settings.
This process corresponds to step 3 in 4.1. Setup Procedure and User Interface of Conveyor
Panorama Display.
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1. Set up parameters under Display settings.
Parameter
Conveyor speed
Value
[Factory Default]
0.0000 to 99999.9999
[Conveyor speed value
obtained from Conveyor
Panorama Display]
Explanation
Adjust values for the conveyor speed in the
spin box. The unit of measure: mm/s.
Click ▲ and ▼ to adjust the value, or enter the
value into the box.
The Average Image Input Time will be calculated using the following formula.
Average Image Input Time (ms) = movement
per encoder value (mm) x encoder value difference / conveyor speed (mm/s) x 1000
Average Image
-
The average time (ms) of trigger intervals
used for image capture is displayed. The value
Input Time
is obtained from Conveyor Panorama Display.
Maximum
-
Processing Time
The maximum time spent for processing the
current Scene is displayed in ms.
Compare with Average Image Input Time and
adjust the conveyor speed.
Average
-
Processing Time
The average processing time (ms) in the current Scene is displayed.
Compare with Average Image Input Time
and adjust the conveyor speed.
Overlapped Area
-
The value of the largest overlapped area of
images is displayed.
The unit of measure: mm.
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Clear
-
When clicked, the following data will be cleared.
Maximum Processing Time
Average Processing Time
Overlapped Area
Composited image
Display Image
[Cleared]
Select to display each image used for pano-
Border
Selected
ramic image stitching with a light blue border.
[Value obtained from the
Conveyor
Panorama
Display processing item]
Graphic
[Value obtained from the
Select a unit where the desired measurement
display unit No.
Conveyor
result to show over the panoramic image is
Panorama
Display processing item]
held.
The available units include the following:
・Search
・Shape Search II
・Shape Search III
・EC Circle Search
・Labeling
Useful Information
The color and display of graphics are determined by the settings in the selected processing
unit. For more information about each processing item, refer to ▶ the Search, Shape Search
II, Shape Search III, EC Circle Search, Labeling in Vision System Processing Item Function
Reference Manual (Cat. No. Z341-E1).
Only a cross symbol will be shown for Labeling. For other processing items, the registered
model range and cross symbol are usually shown.
Useful Information
Adjust the conveyor speed physically first, and then enter the value to the Conveyor speed box.
Value of Conveyor Speed changes 1 mm per click of ▲ or ▼.
To use decimal point values, directly enter the value into the Conveyor Speed box.
The en-
tered value will be applied when you click an empty space of user interface outside the Conveyor
Speed box.
Useful Information
The overlapped area changes according to the trigger interval. The trigger interval must be adjusted externally.
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2. Compares the image of Conveyor Panorama Display Tool window, Average Image Input Time,
Maximum Processing Time or Average Image Input Time. Then adjusts the Converor speed
Precautions for Use
Regarding Average Image Input Time, Maximum Processing Time or Average Image Input
Time
Try to check the actual work piece and operate the system for measurement of
the Average
Image Input Time, Maximum Processing Time or Average Image Input Time. Then, adjust the
Converor speed.
・If the proportion of processing time is Average Image Input Time ≦Maximum Processing
Time, objects may be missed because the measurement processing time is longer than the trigger interval in that proportion. Slowdown the conveyor speed.
・Conveyor Speed restricted range is the following;
・Average Image Input Time>Maximum Processing Time and Average Image Input Time
>Average Image Input Time.
3.6. Troubleshooting
3.6.1.
Error message and solution
Error type
Error message
Solution
Calibration has not
Calibration has not
The Conveyor Calibration unit may not have
been performed.
been
performed.
been selected.
Failed to create the
Confirm whether the Conveyor Calibration
panorama image.
unit is set under Calibration settings under
Encoder Setting.
If not, set the Conveyor Calibration unit accurately by specifying Scene No nd Unit No.
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The Conveyor Calibration unit is selected,
but calibration has not been performed by the
Conveyor Tracking Calibration Wizard tool.
Switch the Scene that includes the Conveyor
Calibration unit, and start the Conveyor
Tracking Calibration Wizard tool. On the Start
page on the Execute Content menu, click
Edit button, and confirm movement per encoder value. If the value is 0, calibration has
not been performed with the Conveyor
Tracking Calibration Wizard tool.
Perform conveyor tracking calibration.
The encoder value is
Encoder value has
The result of the encoder value expression
not changed.
not been changed.
did not change.
Failed to create the
Confirm that the calculation result is changing
panorama image.
per image capture using the trend monitor,
etc.
If Sysmac is offline, the file format of the image log currently in use willbe different from
the file format of the file that has the encoder
value.
The name of image logs must have either of
the
following
structures:
"Measurement
ID_encoder value at image capture.bmp", or
"Measurement ID_encoder value at image
capture.ifz". (Refer to 3.4. Precautions for
off-line measurement with image logs)
Panorama
image
The image size became too large after pan-
creation failed due to
oramic image stitching.
out of memory con-
Trigger interval may be too long whereby the
dition.
images do not sufficiently overlap during
panoramic image stitching.
Set shorter trigger interval.
3.1. Possible Measurement Result Output (Conveyor Panorama Display Tool)
Measurement item
Judgment result
Character strings
JG
Description
Show the judgment result.
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3.2. External Reference Table (Conveyor Panorama Display Tool)
No.
0
Data name
Judge
Set/Get
Get only
Data range
0: No Judgement (Unmeasured)
1: Judgement Result OK
-1: Judgement Result NG
-10: Judgement Result
5
Average image
Get only
-
Get only
-
input time
6
Encoder value
difference
120
Scene No.
Set/Get
-1:Refer to current scene o to 9,999:
Refer to specified scene
121
Unit No.
Set/Get
-1: None 0 to 9,999:
Refer to specified unit
122
Conveyor speed
Set/Get
0 to 9,9999 (mm/s)
123
Encorder value
Set/Get
Exp. character string
124
Display image border
Set/Get
0: OFF
1: ON
125
Min. encorder value
Set/Get
Exp. character string
126
Max. encorder value
Set/Get
Exp. character string
128
Graphic display unit No.
Set/Get
-1: OFF 0 to 9,999
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