CAMELIACOL 8M 8 Megapixels Digital Color Camera

Main Features
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High Sensitivity Full Frame CCD Sensor
2300 x 3500 Resolution with 10 µm Square Pixels
Bayer Color Mosaic
12-bit Dynamic Range
Very Low Noise: 63 dB SNR
Binning and ROI Modes
LVDS Data Format
High Data Rate: 25 Mpixels/s
Flexible and Easy to Operate via RS232 Control
– Trigger Mode: Free Run or External Trigger Modes
– Binning 2x2 and 4x4, Up to 5 ROI
– Exposure Time
– Gain: x1 or x4
• Single Power Supply: DC 24V
• High Reliability – CE Compliant
• F (Nikon) Mount Adapter (Lens Not Supplied)
Product Description
This camera is designed to meet high performance and quality requirements while
providing easiness of use.
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ATMEL manages the whole chain, from the sensor to the camera. The result is a
camera able to work in 12-bit, with a dedicated electronic offering an excellent
signal to noise ratio.
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The programmable settings let the user works at different integration time and
gain. External trigger allows to synchronise the camera on external event while
hardware white balance adjustment avoids subsequent software processing.
CAMELIACOL
8M
8 Megapixels
Digital Color
Camera
Applications
Performance and reliability of this camera make it well suited for the most demanding
applications as film and document scanning, semiconductor and PCB inspection,
DNA analysis, metrology, X-ray imaging, etc...
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Imaging System
Description
Figure 1. Imaging System
FGT
Frame Grabber
Control Box
Light Source
Data &
Sync
Cable
Light &
Shutter
Trigger
Cables
RS-232
Cable
PC Computer
Lens
Shutter
& BG38
Power Supply Cable
Camera
+24V
CAMELIA camera is powered by a single +24V power supply.
CAMELIA camera is configurable via the serial port of the computer (by using either
CommCam software or standard RS232 communicator as TTY or Hyperterminal).
CAMELIA camera sends digital video.
As CAMELIA’s CCD is a full frame sensor, the user must use either pulsed lightning or a
chopper/shutter in front of the camera in order to have incident lightning on the CCD
only during integration time. The user must design an electro-optical interface to drive
camera, shutter/chopper or lightning by using the "SHUTTER" signal delivered by the
camera. If required, the system can send an external trigger or external ITC (integration
time control signal) to the camera.
The BG38 Filter is essential to have a correct white balance on Color Cameras.
Note that the following Elements are not provided by ATMEL:
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Shutter (LCD or Mechanical)
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BG38 (Anti Infra Red) Filter
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Control Box
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Lens
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Light Source
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+24V Power Supply
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Computer
For a complete explanation of the utility of the BG38 Filter and the Shutter, please consult the associated FAQs and the example Images on the ATMEL CDROM "Camera
Documentation & Software".
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CCD Description
Image Format
35.0 mm (V) x 23.0 mm (H)
Active Pixels
Table 1. Active Pixels
Mode (set via RS232)
Image size (H x V)
No binning
2300 x 3500
2x2 pixel binning
1150 x 1750
4x4 pixel binning
574 x 875
Timing diagram correspondence
H=M
V=N
Readout Register
Readout register along the small side of the image area (vertical image).
Pixel Geometry
Figure 2. Filter Mosaic (BAYER Pattern)
First Column
First Line
Note:
Anti-blooming by
Clocking
G
R
G
R
B
G
B
G
G
R
G
R
B
G
B
G
First active pixel of first active line is blue.
Anti-blooming can be activated or inhibited (see “RS232 Controls” on page 11):
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Anti-blooming OFF: anti-blooming inhibited. This position is recommended if antiblooming is not required for the application.
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Anti-blooming ON: anti-blooming activated.
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When binning is disabled, the anti-blooming is efficient until 8 times the saturation
Current.
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Video Signal Processing
Gain
Video signal processing gain can be adjusted by setting the ’’CDS gain’’ via RS232: a
commutation 1x or 4x is available at the input of the video signal processing.
The 4x position is recommended for low level applications.
Figure 3. Video Signal Processing Gain
2300 Columns
MPP Photosensitive Zone
16 Dark References
3500 Lines
Output Register
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Timing
2x2 and 4x4 pixel binning are possible to enable previewing modes. Preview mode is
only available in Black and white otherwise the user has to use Overlay mode (but neither correction nor software LUT are applicable on displayed images).
Table 2. Timing Mode
Mode
Frame Timing
Frame Readout Time
Line Readout Time
No binning
370 ms
104 µs
2x2 pixel binning
200 ms
114 µs
4x4 pixel binning
110 ms
134 µs
Three timing modes are available: Continuous, external triggered and Integration Time
controlled (ITC).
The signals described in the following drawings are:
Table 3. Frame Timing
Cam.
In/Out
Pins
Connection
Low state active when pixel is part
of line
Out
26/27
Frame
ENable
Low state active when lines are
part of frame
Out
3/4
SHUTTER
SHUTTER
Sync
External shutter Trig output Sig.
(high level active)
Out
21/22
TRIG
TRIGger
External Trigger Input Signal
(Rising Edge)
In
46/47
ITC
Integration
Time Control
External ITC Input Signal
(Falling/Rising Edges)
In
46/47
PCK
Pixel Clock
Internal Master Data Clock Signal
at 25 MHz
Out
1/2
Signal
Name
Description
LEN
Line ENable
FEN
Notes:
1. Pixel is defined as valid (part of the Frame) when both LEN and FEN Signals are at
Low Level.
2. The latency (called Td after) of 1 Readout line Time defined below depends on the
binning mode. For no binning, this precision is around 104 µs.
3. Minimum Time at high level of LEN Signal is 10 µs (Transfer Time between two lines).
4. Minimum Time at high level of FEN Signal is 4 lines readout Time (around 416 µs).
5. Shutter Delay is adjustable via Commcam or RS232 commands (1, 5, 10 or 20 ms).
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Continuous
The camera delivers frames continuously:
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Frame N+1 integration starts as soon as frame N readout is completed.
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Integration time is set by RS232.
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“Video Lines” (before and after valid frame) are 4+4 for Binning 1x1 (and also 1+1
for Binning 4x4).
Figure 4. Continuous Timing Diagram
Frame
integration
Shutter
delay
2 ms
M Pixels
Line N-1
Line N
Video lines
Line 2
Time set by RS232
Line 1
LEN
FEN
Video lines
SHUTTER
Operation with External
Trigger
Integration start is controlled by the user from the external signal TRIG:
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The rising edge of TRIG activates the start of the frame integration. This rising edge
is synchronized by the camera with a latency of Td (Time delay equivalent to a
readout Time for a Line: See notes above).
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Integration time is set by RS232.
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Note: TRIG signal period must be greater than integration time plus frame readout
time.
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“Video Lines” (before and after valid frame) are 4+4 for Binning 1x1 (and also 1+1
for Binning 4x4).
Figure 5. External Trigger Timing Diagram
Frame
integration
Shutter
delay
Frame readout
Waiting
Td
TRIG
M Pixels
FEN
Video lines
Line N-1
Line N
Time set by RS232
Line 1
Line 2
LEN
Video lines
SHUTTER
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Operation with "Integration
Time Control"
Integration is fully controlled by the user from the external signal ITC:
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The falling edge of ITC activates the start of the frame integration. This falling edge
is synchronized by the camera with a latency of Td (Time delay equivalent to a
readout Time for a Line: See notes above).
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The rising edge of ITC activates the stop of the frame integration. This rising edge is
synchronized by the camera with the same latency of Td.
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Note: ITC signal period must be greater than integration time (defined by ITC low)
plus frame readout time.
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“Video Lines” (before and after valid frame) are 4+4 for Binning 1x1 (and also 1+1
for Binning 4x4).
Figure 6. "Integration Time Control" Timing Diagram
Shutter
delay
Frame
integration
Td
Frame readout
Waiting
Td
ITC
Time set by RS232
FEN
Video lines
Line N-1
Line N
LEN
Line 1
Line 2
M Pixels
Video lines
SHUTTER
Line Timing
Duty cycle of the PCK is 50%.
Rising and falling edges: 1.5 ns.
Data rate is (Internal pixel clock): 25 MHz in binning mode 1x1.
Figure 7. Line Timing Diagram
LEN
PCK
DATAs
1st Valid Pixel
Last Valid Pixel
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R.O.I (REGIONS OF
INTEREST)
Caution: This function is available only since the 5th October 2001 with the Camera S/N:
01321093. For older Cameras, these commands aren’t available and can corrupt the
EEPROM (see “Camera Identification” on page 13).
CAMELIA 8M (both Color and Black & White) can operate in a “multi ROI” mode allowing masking of regions of the image and thus increasing frame rate by a reduced
readout time.
User defines up to 5 windows to be masked. In addition he specifies starting and ending
addresses for each window.
Time reduction: about 92 µsec per masked line.
Two steps (under RS232 controls or Commcam):
Rules
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Enter the list of starting and ending addresses by the command:
Y=ssss/eeee/ssss/eeee/…/eeee/
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Enter the number of regions masked by the command: F=X (X=0 to 5)
The line addresses must be a multiple of 4 (to be compliant with the binning).
The Image starts at Line 0 and ends at Line 3499 and the smallest area is of 4 lines.
The commands must be send in the following order: “Y=…” then “F=…”.
For FGT Software Users, the user has to resize the number of lines in FGT setting in
accordance with the number of masked lines.
Example
In order to mask 3 regions in the “wafer image” defined as following:
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The First 304 lines at the top of the image (blue background)
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748 lines in the center of the image (two center lines of the wafer)
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The last 304 lines of the image (blue background):
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"Y=0/304/1376/2124/3196/3499/"
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"F=3"
In this example readout time will be reduced of 1356 lines equivalent to 125 ms.
Figure 8. Readout Time
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Electrical Interfaces
Digital I/O Specifications
Table 4. Digital I/O Specifications
Symbol
I/O
Definition
Level
TRIG_ITC
I
Timing control:
- TRIG_ITC is either an external trigger or "integration
time control" depending on the timing mode configured
via RS232.
Operation with external trigger:
- TRIG_ITC = TRIG
Operation with "integration time control":
- TRIG_ITC = ITC
- TRIG_ITC is synchronized by the camera line clock
(jitter: 104 µs)
LVDS
PDATA(11..0)
O
Digital video output: 12-bit
LVDS
FEN
O
Frame enable:
- FEN = 0: frame data valid: active lines
- FEN = 1: frame data not valid
LVDS
LEN
O
Line enable:
- LEN = 0: line data valid: active pixels
- LEN = 1: line data not valid
LVDS
PCK
O
Pixel clock
LVDS
SHUTTER
O
Shutter open/close:
- during integration: shutter = 1
- during readout: shutter = 0
Delay between the falling edge of shutter and the start of
readout:
- 4 positions: 1 ms, 5 ms, 10 ms, 20 ms (set via RS232).
LVDS
LVDS drivers/receivers:
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LVDS: Low Voltage differential Signal. (EIA 644 standard). All digital I/Os are
differential: (signal+, signal-). Specifications are given for signal +.
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Manufacturer NS.
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Driver: DS90C031TM (SO16 package).
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Receiver: DS90C032TM (SO16 package).
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Digital I/O Cabling
50 pins connector.
Connector reference: HIROSE DX10A-50S.
Mating connector on cable side: HIROSE DX40-50P ; shell: HIROSE DX50-CV1.
Table 5. Digital I/O Pinout
Pin
Number
Signal
Pin
Number
Signal
1
PCK+
26
LEN+
2
PCK-
27
LEN-
3
FEN+
28
COLOUR_O1+(1)
4
FEN-
29
COLOUR_O1-(1)
5
COLOUR_O2+(1)
30
GROUND
6
(1)
31
GROUND
7
PDATA0+
32
PDATA1+
8
PDATA0-
33
PDATA1-
9
PDATA2+
34
PDATA3+
10
PDATA2-
35
PDATA3-
11
PDATA4+
36
PDATA5+
12
PDATA4-
37
PDATA5-
13
PDATA6+
38
PDATA7+
14
PDATA6-
39
PDATA7-
15
PDATA8+
40
PDATA9+
16
PDATA8-
41
PDATA9-
17
PDATA10+
42
PDATA11+
18
PDATA10-
43
PDATA11-
19
GROUND
44
NC
20
GROUND
45
NC
21
SHUTTER+
46
TRIG_ITC+
22
SHUTTER-
47
TRIG_ITC-
23
COLOUR_I1+
(1)
48
COLOUR_I2+(1)
24
COLOUR_I1-(1)
49
COLOUR_I2-(1)
25
NC
50
NC
Notes:
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COLOUR_O2-
1. Note used for the Camelia Color
2. NC : not connected.
3. A "Data + Sync" cable is provided with FGT Frame grabber. This cable allow interconnection between:
- The camera,
- The Electro-optical interface,
- The "FGT" frame grabber: see "FGT Frame Grabber user manual".
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RS232 Controls
RS232 Specifications
Camera configuration is set by RS232 interface. The following features are available:
Table 6. RS232 Specifications
Function
RS232 Configuration
Timing mode
3 modes:
- continuous (free running)
- external trigger
- external ITC
Binning
CDS gain
Shutter
Comment
RS232
Command
T=1
T=2
T=3
3 modes:
- no binning
- 2x2 pixel binning
- 4x4 pixel binning
Image size: 2300(H) x 3500(V)
Image size: 1150(H) x 1750(V)
Image size: 574(H) x 875(V)
B=0
B=1
B=2
2 positions:
-G=1
-G=4
G = 4 is recommended for
applications requiring high
sensitivity
H=0
H=1
2 modes:
- active
- inactive (always open)
S=0
S=1
4 positions:
- 1 ms
- 5 ms
- 10 ms
- 20 ms
D=0
D=1
D=2
D=3
Anti-blooming
control
2 modes:
- active
- inactive
A=0
A=1
Integration
time
Integration time value in ms
from 1 ms to 2000 ms
R.O.I(1)
Number of
Windows
0 to 5 windows
R.O.I(1)
Windows
Addresses
Line start/Line Stop …
Must be an integer divisible by 4
Line Stop >3
First Line = 0; Last Line = 3499
Storage of
the settings in
EEPROM(2)
E=0: setting stored
E=1: setting not stored
Effective after the send of the
command
Shutter delay
Notes:
Must be an integer
Ex: 120 for 120 ms
120.4 not allowed
Ex:
I=120
Ex:
F=2
Ex:
Y=1824/2252
/3156/3499/
E=0
1. R.O.I commands are available only since the 5th October 2001 with the Camera S/N:
01321093. For older Cameras, these commands aren’t available and can corrupt the
EEPROM. For any doubt, please contact hotline before using R.O.I function (See
“Camera Identification” on page 13).
2. ATMEL recommends to use E = 1 because of the limited write cycles, refer on page
12.
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Detail of the RS232
Commands
Command Syntax
Storage of the Settings in
EEPROM
Command Processing after
‘’E=0’’
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Valid syntax is: S=n(CR) with:
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S: command identification: S is a single character in upper case
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n: setting value
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(CR): means "carriage return" (ASCII code = 13)
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No spaces, nor tabs may be inserted between S, =, n and (CR)
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For CAMELIA 8M only, each address value is ended by “/”:
Y=ssss/eeee/….eeee/
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Example of a valid command: I=500(CR): sets the Integration Time at 500 ms
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Example of non valid commands:
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I=500(CR): spaces
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i=500(CR): g instead of G
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I=3000(CR): 3000 is out of range
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Y=ssss/eeee/sssseeee/: a “/” is missing
We recommend to use ‘’E=1’’ for settings that are often changed (check the maximum
number of write cycles above) and when the time required by the camera to process a
command is critical.
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The maximum number of write cycles allowed for the EEPROM is: 10 000.
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The time required to process a valid ‘’E=0’’ command is around 50 ms.
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The time required to process a valid ‘’E=1’’ command is around 12 ms.
Each command received by the camera is processed:
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If the command is valid:
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setting is done
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setting is stored in EEPROM
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the camera returns the setting
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the camera returns: >OK(CR)
If the setting value is out of range (command not valid):
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nothing is done
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the camera returns its current setting (i.e. the setting resulting from the last
valid command)
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the camera returns: >1
If the syntax is not correct (command not recognized by the camera):
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the camera returns: >2
Example of a valid command:
I=500(CR): sent by the user
I=0500(CR): returned by the camera
>OK(CR): returned by the camera
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Note: the number of characters returned by the camera is always the same whatever
the value of the setting is. For examples:
I=10(CR): sent by the user
I=0010(CR): returned by the camera
>OK(CR): returned by the camera
I=1500(CR): sent by the user
I=1500(CR): returned by the camera
>OK(CR): returned by the camera
Example of non valid commands:
I=3000(CR): sent by the user
I=0500(CR): returned by the camera (03: setting actually in camera)
>1(CR): returned by the camera: setting value out of range
M=2: sent by the user
>2(CR): returned by the camera: command not recognized by the camera
Command Processing after
‘’E=1’’
Each command received by the camera is processed:
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If the command is valid:
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setting is done
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the camera returns: >OK(CR)
If the setting value is out of range (command not valid):
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nothing is done
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the camera returns: >1
If the syntax is not correct (command not recognized by the camera):
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Camera Identification
the camera returns: >2
A character string stored in EEPROM gives the product model, its version and its serial
number.
Example: CAMEL_COL_1.6M_01_9851002
stands for: CAMELIA COLOR 1.6M, version 01, serial number 9851002
It is read by sending: !=0(CR)
The serial number is detailed as following:
Figure 9. Serial Number
98 51 002
Year
Week in the year
Number in the week
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Customer Identification
Customer identification is a character string (25 characters max).
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It is set and stored in EEPROM by sending $=xx..xx
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It is read by sending !=1(CR)
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Customer identification is stored in EEPROM whatever the state of E.
Reading Current Settings
When receiving ’!=3(CR)’’ the camera returns its current settings.
Factory Configuration
When receiving ‘’!=4(CR)’’, the camera is factory configured and then sends back its
settings:
A=0(CR)
H=0(CR)
S=1(CR)
B=0(CR)
T=0(CR)
I=0100(CR)
D=2(CR)
E=0(CR)
F=0(CR) (Y not set)
>OK(CR)
RS232 Cabling
On camera Dsub 9pins.
On computer side Dsub9 female, pin out compatible with computer serial port.
Pin out is the same on camera side and on computer side.
Table 7. RS232 Pinout
Notes:
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Pin Number
At camera output
Signal
1
NC
2
RX
3
TX
4
NC
5
GROUND
6
NC
7
TRS
8
CTS
9
NC
1. NC : not connected.
2. A "RS232" cable is provided with FGT Frame grabber.
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Power Supply
Power Supply Specifications
Table 8. Power Supply Specification
Parameter
Nominal Value
Min Value
Max Value
Voltage
+24V
+20V
+28V
Current
0.6A
nd
nd
Power Supply Cabling
Table 9. Power Supply Pinout
Hirose 6 pins male
HR10A-7R-6P
Notes:
Pin Number
At camera
output
Signal
Pin Number
At end of power
supply cable
5
+24V
1
6
+24V
2
NC
3
NC
4
NC
5
1
GROUND
6
2
GROUND
7
NC
8
NC
9
SUBD9 male
1. NC : not connected.
2. A "power supply" cable is provided with FGT Frame grabber.
Figure 10. Receptacle Viewed from Camera Back
1
6
2
5
3
4
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Specifications
Definitions
LSB: Least Significant Bit: 12-bit correspond to 4095 LSB.
Absolute Maximum
Ratings
Storage temperature:
Operating temperature:
Operating humidity (non condensing):
Vibration:
Power supply:
Weight
900 g
Electro-optical
Performance
Conditions: Camera operating free air temperature: 20°C
-20°C to +70°C
0°C to +50°C
< 80% at +35°C
2g sinusoidal, from 10 Hz to 100 Hz
+20V to +28V
Table 10. Electro-optical Performance
Symbol
Typical
Value
Unit
Notes
Full scale value
VPE
4095
LSB
(1)
Temporal noise
VN
2.7
LSB
(2)(3)
DSNU
13
LSB.s
(3)(4)
DY
1500
63
Parameter
Dark signal non uniformity
Dynamic range
dB
Responsivity
R-Blue
R-Green
R-Red
1.92
2.03
1.56
LSB/(nJ/cm2)
(6)
Responsivity
R-Blue
R-Green
R-Red
540
570
440
LSB/(lux.s)
(6)
MTF
86
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(7)
Anti-blooming (over illumination capability)
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8x
–
(8)
Electrons to LSB conversion
–
15
e-/LSB
Current consumption
I
500
mA
Resolution
Notes:
16
(5)
(9)
1. Full scale value VPE: maximum digital video signal.
2. Temporal noise VN: r.m.s value in darkness. Measured by subtracting 2 images pixel
to pixel at 40 ms of integration time.
3. This parameter depends on integration time and on CCD temperature. Thermal noise
doubles every 16°C of temperature elevation. Dark signal doubles every 8°C of temperature elevation. But a internal clamp correct the mean value of this phenomena.
4. Dark signal non uniformity: r.m.s value. Excludes blemishes.
5. Dynamic range DY = VPE/VN
6. Responsitivity conditions: CDS gain = 1x, 3200K with BG38 2 mm, light source powered between 400 and 700 nm, measured on the sensor.
7. Resolution conditions: VIDEO = 2000 LSB, CDS gain = 1x, 3200K with BG38 2 mm
8. Anti-blooming ON. Integration time = 100 ms.
9. Measured at 24V.
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Spectral Responsivity
Figure 11. Spectral Responsivity
Responsivity at G = 1
9
Responsivity (LSB/nJ/cm2)
8
Blue
7
Green
6
Red
5
4
3
2
1
0
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
Wavelength (nm)
Note: nJ/cm2 measured on the sensor.
Including BG38 2 mm.
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Image Grade
Specification
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•
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Defect Test Conditions
Defect Sizes
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Blemish: 1 x 1 defect.
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Cluster: blemish grouping of not more than a given number of adjacent
defects:
1 x 1 < cluster 1 size ≤ 2 x 2
2 x 2 < cluster 2 size ≤ 5 x 5
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Column: one-pixel-wide column with more than 7 contiguous defective
pixels.
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Defect separation: defects are separated by no less than "D min" pixels in
any direction.
Defects in Darkness
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Blemish or cluster: pixel(s) whose signal deviate(s) more than 150 LSB.
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Column: column whose signal deviates more than 15 LSB.
Defects under Illumination
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Blemish or cluster: pixel(s) which deviate(s) by more than +20% or -30%
from the "average" pixel.
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Column: column which deviates by more than 10% from the "average"
column.
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Room temperature = 20°C.
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Integration time in darkness = 100 ms.
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Light source: Halogen 3200K with BG38 (2 mm thick) IR cut- off with f/11 aperture.
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Test under illumination at 50% of saturation level.
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No software correction performed.
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Deviations specified with CDS gain = 1.
Classifications
Table 11. Image Grade Classifications
Blemishes
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Cluster 1
Cluster 2
Column
Grade
Total
D min
Total
D min
Total
D min
Total
D min
E
≤ 500
3
≤ 30
50
≤6
100
≤5
150
H
≤ 300
3
≤ 10
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CAMELIA 8M Color Digital Camera
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CAMELIA 8M Color Digital Camera
Geometrical
Specifications
Figure 12. With F Mount Ring
74 ± 0.1 mm
37 ± 0.2 mm
46 mm
4 mm
4 x M3
6 ± 0.2 mm
64 ± 0.2 mm
26 ± 0.3 mm
2 x ∅ 2h7
Factory adjusted
∅ 66 mm
First pixel
First line
2 x 1/4 - 20 UNC 2B
5 ± 0.3 mm
6 ± 0.2 mm
25.6 mm
108 mm
114 mm
112 mm
144.5 mm
Data & Sync
SN:
Made in France
RS 232
Power
110.5 mm
19
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Figure 13. Without F Mount Ring
74 ± 0.1 mm
37 ± 0.2 mm
M 51 - 5 H pas 0.75
64 ± 0.2 mm
26 ± 0.3 mm
6 ± 0.2 mm
6.9 ± 0.6 mm
∅ 56 ± 0.1 mm
4 mm
4 x M3
2 x ∅ 2h7
∅ 66 mm
First pixel
8.9 ± 0.35 mm
First line
2 x 1/4 - 20 UNC 2B
5 ± 0.3 mm
6 ± 0.2 mm
25.6 mm
108 mm
112 mm
114 mm
Data & Sync
SN:
Made in France
Power
RS 232
110.5 mm
20
CAMELIA 8M Color Digital Camera
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