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Cat. No. Z242-E1-03
V400-F050/250/350
2D Code Reader
USER'S MANUAL

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    Cat. No. Z242-E1-03 V400-F050/250/350 2D Code Reader USER’S MANUAL...

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    Application Considerations (Read and understand this information first.) Studying the V400-F Section 1 Changing Reading Conditions Section 2 Setting RS-232C and Discrete I/O Communication Conditions Section 3 Other Settings Section 4 Communicating with PC and Programmable Controller Section 5 Troubleshooting...

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    The following are some examples of applications for which particular attention must be given. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all possible uses of the products, nor is it intended to imply that the uses listed may be suitable for the products: •...

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    FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM. PERFORMANCE DATA Performance data given in this document is provided as a 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 users must correlate it to actual application requirements.

  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction Meanings of Signal Words In this manual, precautions are indicated using the following symbols and signal words to ensure safe V400-F050/250/350. The precautions indicated by these symbols and signal words use of the are important for safety and must be observed.

  • Page 6: Regulations And Standards

    • Do not use the product in environments with flammable or explosive gases. • Do not install outdoors. • Do not install the product close to high-voltage devices and power devices in order to secure the safety of operation and maintenance.

  • Page 7: Precautions For Correct Use

    • Locations subject to oil or chemical spray Ambient Temperature • Maintain a minimum clearance of 50 mm above and below the product to improve air circulation. • Do not install the product immediately above significant heat sources, such as heaters, transformers, or large-capacity resistors.

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    • Do not connect or disconnect the cables while power is supplied. • Do not connect a cable to the 2D Code Reader if the other end of the cable is connected to a personal computer or a Programmable Controller.

  • Page 9: How To Use This Manual

    Auto* The code type will be identified automatically. Shape Select the code shape. This item is effective only when [DataMatrix] is selected for [Code Type]. Square The code will be read as a square code. Rectangle The code will be read as a rectangular code.

  • Page 10: Visual Aids

    Introduction Visual Aids Indicates points that are important in using product functions or in application procedures. Indicates page numbers providing related information. Indicates helpful information when a problem occurs and explanations of technical terms. V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    Setting Reading Conditions Manually Selecting the Bank to be Used Normally Copying a Bank Deleting the Content of a Bank Setting the Retry Method Section 3 Setting RS-232C and Discrete I/O Communication Conditions Setting RS-232C Communication Conditions V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

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    Section 4 Other Settings Setting Screen Display Viewing the Images Read in the Past Saving/Initializing All the Settings Displaying the Version Information Section 5 Communicating with PC and Programmable Controller RS-232C Communication Discrete I/O Communication Section 6 Troubleshooting Error Codes and Corrective Actions...

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    Introduction MEMO V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

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    Section 1 Studying the V400-F This section provides items, such as the V400-F is features, installation, connections and operation flow, with which the operator should be familiar to use the V400-F. Features and Functions of V400-F Compact and Easy-to-Operate Advanced Functions...

  • Page 15: Features And Functions Of V400-f

    Studying the V400-F Features and Functions of V400-F This fixed type 2D code reader provides advanced reading functions and is designed for easy operation by anyone. It reads 2D codes directly marked on boards and metal materials. Two types of code reader are available: the V400-F250/350, whose lens and light are integrated into one compact body, and the V400-F050, to which a C-mount lens can be attached to enable use of various lights.

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    Reading can be started without monitor. Programmable controller Various Retry Functions p.41) Retry can be performed not only with different exposure time, but also with Power two or more reading conditions that supply are switched automatically.

  • Page 17: Advanced Functions

    Two condition switching methods are available: one which determines the order of the conditions to be used automatically according to the frequency of their use, and the other that switches them according to the registered order. Combining with the retry settings that are made for each reading condition enables various retry settings.

  • Page 18: Other Features

    Saves up to 28 past read images p.53) This allows you to identify the errors that occurred, by checking the saved past images. Supports NPN/PNP by simply exchanging the cable. Allows direct power supply to the monitor. Use of the monitor cable (V400-WM0) and LCD monitor (F150-M05L-2D) enables the V400-F to supply power to the monitor, making settings monitoring and maintenance easy.

  • Page 19: Installing And Connecting The Code Reader

    There are two mounting methods: “DIN track mounting” and “Base mounting”. Field of Vision and Distance from the Code • An accurate image will not be obtained if the installation distance is too long or too short. Always use the installation distance given below.

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    2-M3 (Screw fitting length: 5 mm or less) Mounting the Mount Seat First mount the mount seat, then mount the reader to the seat with two M4 screws. The reader can also be mounted with one 1/4-20UNC screw. Mounting dimensions...

  • Page 21: Connecting Peripheral Devices

    Peripheral devices may be damaged if the cable is connected or disconnected with the power ON. The connector (CN2) for the monitor is capped when the reader is shipped. The cap must be left on those connectors that are not used to protect them from dust, dirt and static electricity.

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    Use a DC power supply with safety measures against high-voltage spikes (safety extra low- voltage circuits on the secondary side). If UL recognition is required for the overall system, use a UL Class II DC power supply.

  • Page 23: Simple Teaching

    Section 1 Studying the V400-F Simple Teaching Use “Simple Teaching” to check whether codes on the work piece are readable. “Simple Teaching” enables you to set necessary reading conditions automatically by simple operations. To change reading conditions or set them in detail, use the setting mode.

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    Studying the V400-F • The teaching results will be overwritten, registered to [Bank #00], and saved. • If [Cancel] is selected in the result display screen, the results will not be saved. Exiting Turn OFF the power to the power supply device and then to the monitor.

  • Page 25: Changing Settings

    Section 1 Studying the V400-F Changing Settings The setting mode allows you to make changes to reading conditions and system settings. This section explains operations for the setting mode. Switch to the setting mode. Hold down the center button for more than two seconds.

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    Select [Bank Setting] from [Setting Menu]. • Up to 10 reading conditions are available. • When a reading condition is selected, its settings will be displayed in the right area of the screen. • Select the desired reading condition from among the ten conditions, and set each condition item manually or by teaching.

  • Page 27: Reading Results

    Reading was not completed within the specified period of time. Check the work piece and lighting condition, then perform teaching again. Increase the reading timeout value. If reading has failed, it may be possible that the cause can be identified by checking the read image. p.53 Highlighting Display The screen is enclosed in a frame whose color that indicates the reading status.

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    “1” will be displayed if the code is contrast is the minimum readable level. Focus Evaluates the focus level of the image. If the code is out of focus, it can no longer be recognized. The more the code is out of focus, the smaller the value displayed. Cell Evaluates the number of recognition fails for each cell in the finder pattern, timing pattern and data.

  • Page 29: Rs-232c Communications Output

    Number of read data digits Code quality Read data “Number of read data digits” and “Code quality” are output only if [Digit Data] and [Checker Data] are set to [ON] in the data format setting. p.46 When reading has failed By factory default, an error code is output in the following format.

  • Page 30: Section 2 Changing Reading Conditions

    Section 2 Changing Reading Conditions This section provides information required for changing reading conditions. Setting Reading Conditions by Teaching Setting Reading Conditions Manually Selecting the Bank to be Used Normally Copying a Bank Deleting the Content of a Bank Setting the Retry Method...

  • Page 31: Setting Reading Conditions By Teaching

    Section 2 Changing Reading Conditions Setting Reading Conditions by Teaching Teaching uses one sample to read it and sets a reading condition based on the results. Switch to the setting mode. STILL/LIVE MODE TRIG Hold down the center button for more than two seconds to EXECUTE DOWN activate the setting mode.

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    The brightness is adjusted based on the exposure EXECUTE DOWN time. The longer the exposure time, the brighter Press the image but the image is easily blurred if the work piece is not stationary. p.91 Confirm the brightness. STILL/LIVE MODE TRIG Press the center button.

  • Page 33: Setting Reading Conditions Manually

    This section explains how to set reading conditions manually. Switch to the setting mode. STILL/LIVE MODE TRIG Hold down the center button for more than two seconds to EXECUTE DOWN activate the setting mode. Hold down for more “Changing Settings” p.24 than two seconds.

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    [Search Region] Set the image region to be read. The region enclosed by the red and green boundary lines will be the subject of reading. The region boundary lines move in Start Y real time as you change the setting.

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    Changing Reading Conditions [Filter] Set the image processing to be performed at completion of reading. This will lower the possibility of reading failure. Filtering can be performed in 3 steps (filter type can be selected from Smooth, Dilate, Erosion and Median).

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    Select the number of cells present for each side of the code. The size varies with the code. 10 × 10 to 64 × 64 This item can be selected only when [Square] is selected for [Shape]. 8 × 18 to 16 × 48 This item can be selected only when [Rectangle] is selected for [Shape].

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    Set the number of times (Times) capture is to be repeated. This item can be selected only when [Normal] is selected for [Retry]. The default settings are indicated with an asterisk (*). However, in the case of [Bank #00], [Exposure] will be set for [Retry] as the default. V400-F050/250/350...

  • Page 38: Selecting The Bank To Be Used Normally

    If you select [Cancel], the operation menu will reappear without reflecting the changes. An asterisk (*) will appear at both right and left ends of the reading condition to be normally used. Save the settings. Select [Save] from [Setting Menu] to save the changes you have made to the reading condition.

  • Page 39: Copying A Bank

    Section 2 Changing Reading Conditions Copying a Bank This section explains how to copy the content of one bank to another bank. Switch to the setting mode. STILL/LIVE MODE TRIG Hold down the center button for more than two seconds to EXECUTE DOWN activate the setting mode.

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    Section 2 Changing Reading Conditions A confirmation message will be displayed. Execute copy. Select [OK] to execute copy. This will bring you to the operation menu. If you select [Cancel], the previous menu will reappear without reflecting the changes. Save the settings.

  • Page 41: Deleting The Content Of A Bank

    If you select [Cancel], the operation menu will reappear without deletion. The content of the selected bank will be deleted, and the default settings will be restored for that bank. Save the settings. Select [Save] from [Setting Menu] to save the settings.

  • Page 42: Setting The Retry Method

    Section 2 Changing Reading Conditions Setting the Retry Method This section explains how to set the retry method (to execute reading and then capture an image twice or more). Two retry methods are available: “Same bank” and “Bank Switching”. Item...

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    #00 to #09, None* 5th Bank Total Timeout 1000 to 9999 (9999*) Set the time at which reading is to be stopped following start of bank switch retry in case of reading failure. Switch Order Select the reading condition switching method.

  • Page 44: Section 3 Setting Rs-232c And Discrete I/o Communication Conditions

    Section 3 Setting RS-232C and Discrete I/O Communication Conditions This section explains how to set RS-232C and discrete I/O communication conditions. Setting RS-232C Communication Conditions Setting Communication Conditions Setting the Data Format Setting Discrete I/O Communication Conditions V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

  • Page 45: Setting Rs-232c Communication Conditions

    Section 3 Setting RS-232C and Discrete I/O Communication Conditions Setting RS-232C Communication Conditions This section explains how to set RS-232C communication conditions and data format. Setting Communication Conditions Set RS-232C communication conditions as follows. Switch to the setting mode. STILL/LIVE MODE...

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    The stop bit indicates the end of data. The default settings are indicated with an asterisk (*). Make the communication settings as follows when using save or load command (e.g. CB, CU). Parity: None, Data Length: 8, Stop Bit: 1 p.71...

  • Page 47: Setting The Data Format

    Setting the Data Format Set the RS-232Cdata format as follows. Switch to the setting mode. STILL/LIVE MODE TRIG Hold down the center button for more than two seconds to EXECUTE DOWN activate the setting mode. Hold down for more “Changing Settings” p.24 than two seconds.

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    Select whether to add a value that indicates the code quality when the data is output. Digit Data Select whether to add a value that indicates the number of read data digits when the data is output. OFF* No value will be added.

  • Page 49: Setting Discrete I/o Communication Conditions

    Section 3 Setting RS-232C and Discrete I/O Communication Conditions Setting Discrete I/O Communication Conditions This section explains the procedure of setting the input/output of discrete I/O. Switch to the setting mode. STILL/LIVE MODE TRIG Hold down the center button for more than two seconds to EXECUTE DOWN activate the setting mode.

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    Reading is performed continuously while the trigger signal is Trigger Error Select whether to output a discrete I/O error when a trigger is received during BUSY. A discrete I/O error will be output when a trigger is received during BUSY.

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    Section 3 Setting RS-232C and Discrete I/O Communication Conditions MEMO V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

  • Page 52: Section 4 Other Settings

    Section 4 Other Settings This section explains how to set screen display, operate images read in the past, save and initialize settings of the V400-F. Setting Screen Display Viewing the Images Read in the Past Viewing Stored Images Selecting the Images to be Stored...

  • Page 53: Setting Screen Display

    COM Monitor This screen displays the RS-232C communication history. Emphasis Highlights the reading state. Image State Select how the standby state is to be displayed at completion of start-up. STILL* Displays a still image. LIVE Displays a real-time image. The default settings are indicated with an asterisk (*).

  • Page 54: Viewing The Images Read In The Past

    This will help you analyze the causes of reading failures. Up to 28 images can be stored in the reader. If more than 28 images are taken, the stored images will be replaced with new ones, starting from the oldest image. These images will be deleted when the power is turned OFF.

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    [Refer to Image] screen. The [Image Store] menu will be displayed. Select [Cancel] to close the [Image Store] menu. If the current setting for [Store Mode] is satisfactory, select [OK] to close the menu. The [System Setting] menu will be displayed. V400-F050/250/350...

  • Page 56: Selecting The Images To Be Stored

    EXECUTE DOWN activate the setting mode. Hold down for more “Changing Settings” p.24 than two seconds. Select [System Setting] → [Image Store] → [Store Mode] from [Setting Menu]. Select the images to be stored. Setting item Settings Details Store Mode NG only* Only the reading-failed images will be stored.

  • Page 57: Saving/initializing All The Settings

    Saving All the Settings Save all the settings including reading conditions and system settings to the internal ROM as follows. Once they are saved to the internal ROM, they will not be deleted even if the power is turned OFF.

  • Page 58: Initializing All The Settings

    Hold down for more “Changing Settings” p.24 than two seconds. Select [Initialize] from [Setting Menu]. A confirmation menu will appear. [Select [OK]. All the settings will be initialized to the factory settings, and the [Setting Menu] will reappear. V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

  • Page 59: Displaying The Version Information

    Displaying the Version Information Display the software version as follows. Switch to the setting mode. STILL/LIVE MODE TRIG Hold down the center button for more than two seconds to EXECUTE DOWN activate the setting mode. Hold down for more “Changing Settings” p.24 than two seconds.

  • Page 60: Section 5 Communicating With Pc And Programmable Controller

    Section 5 Communicating with PC and Programmable Controller This section explains the commands required to make a connection and communicate with a PC or programmable controller via RS-232C or discrete I/O. RS-232C Communication Wiring Diagram List of Commands Discrete I/O Communication...

  • Page 61: Rs-232c Communication

    Communicating with PC and Programmable Controller RS-232C Communication It is possible to input a reading trigger and output reading results via RS-232C. This section explains connecting method and commands. For the setting method of communication mode and conditions, refer to “Setting Communication Conditions”...

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    Communicating with PC and Programmable Controller Programmable Controller A D-SUB 9-pin connector (male) is used for the cable type V400-W23 (NPN type) and V400-W23P (PNP type). The connector is compatible with the connection port on OMRON CJ-series and CS-series Programmable Controller.

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    Performs teaching without changing the exposure time. p.70 Checks the software version. p.71 Commands that Save and Load Data Use the following commands to back up the settings you made to the code reader or Command Function Page Backs up the setting data to the PC.

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    Number of read data digits Code quality Read data • In the explanation of the format for each command, only “content of reply” when a command is executed correctly is given. • The content of reply when a command is not executed will be...

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    Communicating with PC and Programmable Controller Data Format for Each Command Function... Performs one reading. Reading is executed with the retry condition that is set when a trigger is input. “Number of read data digits” and “Code quality” are output only if they are set.

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    Section 5 Communicating with PC and Programmable Controller Function... Performs continuous reading. “Number of read data digits” and “code quality” are output only if they are set. p.47 Input • When reading is successful Output Read data • When reading has failed N G Error Code Data is output each time reading is executed.

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    Section 5 Communicating with PC and Programmable Controller Function 1... Checks the monitor image display mode (still image/real-time image). Input Output Image display state Image display Details state Switches to still image. Switches to real-time image. Function 2... Switches the monitor image display mode (still image/real-time image).

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    Only the mode is switched (no trigger is input). Input Trigger mode Set the desired trigger mode as shown below. Trigger mode Details One-shot trigger Continuous trigger Level trigger Output If the level trigger is selected, error code for reading failure will not be output. V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

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    Function 1... Checks the currently used reading condition No. (Bank #00 to #09). Input Output Reading condition No. Function 2... Switches the reading condition No. (Bank #00 to #09) to be used. Input Reading condition No. Set a reading condition No. (0 to 9).

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    The light connected to the right The light is OFF. connector (R) is ON. The light is OFF. The light is OFF. Function 2... Switches the light to be turned ON from one to another. Input Light Specify the light to be turned ON. Details...

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    To automatically set the exposure time, enter "LT AUTO". Output The value specified with the LT command causes a difference of max. 0.04 msec. However, it will not affect the reading process. Function... Performs teaching without changing the exposure time.

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    B0 to 9 Corresponding reading condition data 00 to 27 Corresponding image No. Output After “READY” is output, the main unit switches to XMODEM communication automatically, and outputs when communication is completed successfully. Function... Loads the setting data from the PC.

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    Section 5 Communicating with PC and Programmable Controller Function... Saves the reading conditions and system settings to the flash memory of the reader. Input Output V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

  • Page 74: Discrete I/o Communication

    Communicating with PC and Programmable Controller Discrete I/O Communication It is possible to execute reading from the programmable controller and output reading result (OK/NG) via discrete I/O. For the setting method of communication mode and conditions necessary to communicate via discrete I/O, refer to “Setting Discrete I/O Communication Conditions”...

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    (TRIG, RESET) *1: ON current/ON voltage This refers to the current or voltage values needed to shift from the OFF →ON state. The ON voltage value is the following potential difference. • NPN type: Potential difference between 24 V terminal and input terminal •...

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    Inputs a reading trigger from a photoelectric sensor etc. Make sure that the TRIG is ON for at least 0.5 ms. The interval at which the TRIG can be input depends on the reading time. The BUSY signal is output during reading process to disable input of the TRIG.

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    Selected for [OK/NG Output] The OK/NG signal is not output when reading has failed. • If [NG Pulse] is selected for [OK/NG Output], the OK/NG signal will not be output when reading is successful. • If [OFF] is selected for [NG Output], no outputs will be made via RS-232C when reading has failed.

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    The OK and NG signals are expressed as level signals. The signals are input when the BUSY signal switches from ON to OFF. If [OFF] is selected for [NG Output], no outputs will be made via RS-232C when reading has failed. Power ON...

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    If the TRIG signal is turned OFF before reading is successful, reading failure will result. Even if an item other than [NG Pulse] is selected for [OK/NG Output], this signal will perform the same operation as when [One Shot] is selected.

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    Reading and result output are repeated while the TRIG signal is ON. The BUSY signal will remain ON while reading is executed repeatedly. With this setting, correct detection is not possible if [Level] is selected for [OK/NG Output]. Set [OK Pulse] or [NG Pulse] for [OK/NG Output].

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    Section 5 Communicating with PC and Programmable Controller MEMO V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

  • Page 82: Section 6 Troubleshooting

    Section 6 Troubleshooting This section explains the countermeasures to take when reading cannot be executed correctly or when a problem occurs. Error Codes and Corrective Actions Troubleshooting Connection Errors Reading Errors Discrete I/O Errors RS-232C Errors V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

  • Page 83: Error Codes And Corrective Actions

    Section 6 Troubleshooting Error Codes and Corrective Actions This section lists the error codes that may be displayed on the screen when reading fails, along with their corrective actions. They are given in error code order. Error Code Action ?E000 2D code cannot be found, possibly due to uneven background.

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    Page Cannot communicate. • Is the cable connected correctly? p.20 p.44 • Do the communication specifications match those of the host device? p.45 • Is the correct communication mode selected? Communication status is • Switch to the communication display. p.52 unknown.

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    Section 6 Troubleshooting MEMO V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

  • Page 86: Appendix

    Line Speed and Reading Time/Exposure Time Exposure Time Reading Time Maintenance Handling the Code Reader Inspection Specifications and Dimensions ASCII Table Ladder Programming Example for Connecting to a PLC 100 FCS Check Program Example (BASIC) Data Capacity Table Menu Hierarchy V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

  • Page 87: Lens And Lighting

    Appendix Lens and Lighting Please note that the field of vision and installation distance differ between V400-F250 and V400-F350. When choosing a lens and light for V400-F050, refer to the explanation given below. Light and Lens V400-F050 If V400-F250/350 do not meet the requirements of field of vision and installation distance, use V400-F050, which is a C-mount type and allows connection of an external light.

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    Outer ring Emitting color diameter diameter angle MLRL-CR48 Ø48 Ø74 30° Coaxial light A stable image can be obtained with few shadows from uneven surfaces on workpieces. Model Emitting Box height Light path color (mm) extension distance (mm) MSCL-CR24 MSCL-CG24...

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    Setting the Field of Vision and Working Distance Refer to the following formula to calculate the field of vision and working distance. (Code size: C) + 2 × (Cell size: S) < (Field of vision: A) < 121 × (Cell size: S) Number of effective 640 (H) ×...

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    Model ML-3519 ML-5018 ML-7527 ML-10035 External dimensions Lock With focus/diaphragm lock mechanism mechanism Mount C-mount Extension tube Model Configuration ML-EXR Thickness: 7 rings/set (0.5 mm, 1 mm, 2 mm, 5 mm, 10 mm, 20 mm, 40 mm) V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

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    614.0 400.1 Source: Lenses, lighting, and peripheral devices for image processing catalog from Moritex Note: Since values shown in the table are calculated values they may differ from actual measured values. They must be used as your reference. V400-F050/250/350 User’s Manual...

  • Page 92: Line Speed And Reading Time/exposure Time

    *2: The moving shift tolerance is 10% of the cell size. Example: When V = 60 mm/s, C = 1.6 mm, M = 16, A = 10 mm, N = 512, R = 300 ms and L = 30 mm The exposure time is calculated as follows, which will not cause problems with reading.

  • Page 93: Reading Time

    (Reading time: R) (Max. line speed: V) If the reading time does not meet this formula, the code will be outside the field of vision so the code cannot be read even if the requirement of exposure time is satisfied.

  • Page 94: Maintenance

    If they get dirty or scratched, image pickup will deteriorate, disabling code reading. •Do not touch the lens and light cover surface with your fingers or any pointed object. •The code reader must be used in a dust-free environment.

  • Page 95: Specifications And Dimensions

    Appendix Specifications and Dimensions Main unit V400-F050 (Unit: mm) Light connector Power/ (84.1) (R-CH) Monitor cable communication 75.3 connector connector Ø11.5 Ø11.5 Light connector (L-CH) 4-M3 1"-32UN-2A 26.8 25.4 Depth 5 (C-mount) (16.8) V400-F250/350 (Unit: mm) Power/ (105.9) communication Monitor cable connector 97.1...

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    Burst continuation time: 15 ms; Period: 300 ms Applicable standards CE...EN61326: 1997,+A1: 1998+A2: 2001 (EMI: Class A) Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz at a single-amplitude of 0.35 mm (maximum acceleration: 50 m2/s), 10 times for 8 minutes each in 3 directions Shock resistance 150 m/ ;...

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    (Unit: mm) L (Note 1) 39.8 12-pin round connector D-sub 9-pin connector Vinyl insulated round cord Ø6.8, 12 cores Nameplate Note 1: The cable length (L1) must be as follows. Length L General specifications Model V400-W23/P V400-W24/P I/F connector D-sub 9-pin connector (male)

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    (See note 2.) Vinyl insulated round cord Ø6.5, 3 cores Nameplate Note 1: The cable length (L1) must be as follows. Length L Note 2: These two wires are for a 24-V output. Do not use them for input; doing so may result in malfunction.

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    20.4 to 26.4 VDC Current consumption 700 mA max. Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz at a single-amplitude of 0.1 mm (maximum acceleration: 15 m/s 10 times for 8 minutes each in 3 directions Shock resistance 150m/s ; 3 times each in 6 directions Ambient temperature Operating: 0 to +50°C;...

  • Page 100: Ascii Table

    Appendix ASCII Table Data read using RS-232C is output as 2 ASCII characters. The ASCII characters correspond to the following characters. (Examples) •When the read data is A, 41 is output. •When the data read is T, 54 is output.

  • Page 101: Ladder Programming Example For Connecting To A Plc

    Appendix Ladder Programming Example for Connecting to a PLC Connections Used in this Example The following configuration is used in this example. Cable 2D code reader V400-W23 (NPN type) V400-F050/250/350 V400-W23P (PNP type) POWER STILL/LIVE MODE TRIG EXECUTE DOWN Programmable controller...

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    Appendix CS/CJ-series PLC Settings Change the settings in the PLC Setup to those shown below using the CX-Programmer and then transfer the settings to the CPU Unit of the PLC. Communications Settings: Select the Custom Option and then set the baud rate to 9,600 and the format to “8,1,N”.

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    Appendix Sample Programming for CJ-series PLC Using a Software Trigger With the following programming, the V400-F will start reading when the Read Start Bit (CIO 0.00) turns ON. The reading results will be stored in DM200 to DM220. A200.11 MOV(021)

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    Appendix Sample Programming for CJ-series PLC Using a Hardware Trigger With the following programming, the results of reading using a hardware trigger will be stored in DM200 to DM220. A392.06 @BSET(071) Reception Clears the data from DM200 to Completed #0000 DM220.

  • Page 105: Fcs Check Program Example (basic)

    Sample data string Data length CODE$ Data character Exclusive OR '* * * * * CALCULATE FCS * * * * * '* FCSSET L = LEN (DATA$) A = 0 FOR J = 1 TO L CODE$ = MID$ (DATA$,J,1)

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    The FCS can be attached to output data to improve the reliability of communications. Each time data is received, the PC calculates the FCS and checks it against the FCS attached to the sent data so that the send data can be checked for errors.

  • Page 107: Data Capacity Table

    Appendix Data Capacity Table The maximum quantity of information that can be stored depends on the symbol size of the code. Also the maximum data capacity in relation to the amount of information carried by the code depends on the character type and the arrangement and combination of characters. The relation between the symbol size (number of cells) and data capacity is shown in the following table.

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    Appendix QRCode QRCode (Model 2) In the following diagram, the symbol size is 21 × 21 (Version 1). 7 cells 7 cells 7 cells 7 cells 14 cells Data capacity Symbol size Error correction level Numeral Alphanumeric 8-bit byte Japanese...

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    Source: 2D Codes, Basic Specifications for QR Code (JIS X 0510) Maximum Data Capacity Even with the same 2D code, the maximum quantity of information that can be stored depends on the symbol size of the code. In other words, the symbol size must be increased to increase the data capacity.

  • Page 110: Menu Hierarchy

    Checker Data p.47 Display Mode p.52 Display p.52 Digit Data p.47 Image State p.52 (Number of data digits) (Standby Image Display) NG Output p.47 Limit Data p.47 (Output data limit) Image Store p.53 Refer to Image p.53 Store Mode p.55...

  • Page 111: Revision History

    Revision History A manual revision code appears as a suffix to the catalog number at the bottom of the front and back covers. Z242-E1-03 Cat. No. Revision code Reprint code Date Revised contents Apr. 2006 Original production May 2006 Addition and slight correction of communication commands Page 18: “CHECK”...

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