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Version 1.0
Produced in Mar. 2002
Compact Color Image Sensor Camera
User's Manual (Introduction and Hardware)

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  • Page 1 Version 1.0 Produced in Mar. 2002 Compact Color Image Sensor Camera User’s Manual (Introduction and Hardware)
  • Page 2 Store this user's manual in a safe place. We are confident that the manual will be helpful whenever you encounter a problem. In addition to this manual, there are other IV-C35M manuals as follows. Read them in conjunction with this manual.
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    - Don't touch the terminals while the power is turned ON or you may receive an electric shock. - Assemble an external emergency stop circuit and interlock circuit (external to the IV-C35M compact color image sensor camera). Otherwise a breakdown or damage to other equip- ment may occur due to a problem with the IV-C35M.
  • Page 4 (4) Maintenance Warning - The controller contains a lithium battery. Do not expose the IV-C35M directly to flames as the battery may explode and seriously injure people nearby. Prohibit - Don't disassemble or modify the camera. Fires, breakdowns or malfunctions may occur, if the camera is disassembled.
  • Page 5 Chapter 1: Outline Chapter 2: Precautions for Use Chapter 3: System Configuration Chapter 4: Part Names and Functions Chapter 5: Connection and Installation Methods Chapter 6: Setting and Operating Outlines Chapter 7: Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard Chapter 8: Specifications Glossary Appendix Alphabetical Index...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    5-1 Installation conditions ........................5-1 [1] Lighting equipment ........................5-1 [2] Optimum lens and resolution ..................... 5-2 5-2 Installing, connecting and wiring the IV-C35M controller ............. 5-8 [1] Connecting equipment to the controller ..................5-8 [2] Installation ..........................5-9 [3] Connecting a power supply ....................... 6-11 [4] Connecting to the input/output terminals (parallel I/F) .............
  • Page 7 7-1 Color evaluation ........................... 7-1 7-2 Fault inspection .......................... 7-13 7-3 Positional deviation measurement ..................... 7-23 Chapter 8: Specifications .................. 8--1 to 8 8-1 Controller (IV-C35M) ........................8-1 8-2 Camera specifications ......................... 8-4 [1] Camera (IV-SC30C5/S30C3/S30CC4) ..................8-4 [2] Camera lens (IV-S20L16) ......................8-5 [3] Camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5) ....................
  • Page 8: Chapter 1: Outline

    A variety of color filters and a color extraction function clearly distinguish subtle differences in tone and density. In addition to filtering the three primary colors (red, green, and blue), the IV-C35M can make accu- rate images of objects using brightness and other optional filters.
  • Page 9 Easy operation menu Setting wizard The IV-C35M wizard asks you to make selections using a questionnaire, thus allowing anyone to set up the measurement operations and preferences, and decrease the chance of mistaken settings. STEP10 STEP1...
  • Page 10 The two IV-C30C5 color cameras or two IV-S30C3/C4 high-speed monochrome cameras can be simultaneously connected to IV-C35M controller. By connecting two cameras, your system can reduce the processing time by positioning two areas at the same time, and then inspecting two areas at the same time.
  • Page 11 CCD trigger function does not need an external sensor After a trigger window is setup, the IV-C35M does not need an external sensor if it is scanning moving objects. To set up a trigger, you can select from color, binary image conversion, average density, gray search, and edge detection techniques.
  • Page 12: Color Extraction

    Outline 1-2 Color extraction The color extraction function extracts a color in a certain area from the original image, and registers it as a reference color. The controller converts areas of color that are within the upper and lower limit ranges of hue, saturation, and brightness of the reference color to binary images, as well as colors outside of these ranges.
  • Page 13: Measurement Program

    You can select operating condition parameters to suit your application of the IV-C35M. A description of each screen area is shown below. [1] Color extraction mode (1) Color evaluation Evaluate whether the extracted color matches the reference.
  • Page 14 Outline (2) Color unevenness inspection (color shading inspection) Evaluate color unevenness based on the size of certain extracted areas of color Purpose that are outside the reference color range. Application Evaluate ripeness of tomatoes. Captured image Image after extracting a color Measured result Example Evaluation...
  • Page 15: Color Filter Mode

    Outline (3) Color positional measurement Measure the position coordinates of a workpiece with the same extracted color as Purpose the reference color. Application Positioning workpieces or parts. Positional deviation inspection. 1 point search Captured image Image after extracting a color Measured result Example * Even if the workpiece which has...
  • Page 16 Outline (2) Positional deviation measurement The gray scale search function and edge detection function* make possible measuring positional deviation as well as the absolute position. Purpose - It is also possible to detect the position of sub-pixel units with great accuracy. - A rotation angle of 360°...
  • Page 17 2 Correct the position of the object being measured from the coordinates for the criterion image obtained in item 1 above. 3 If the matching level of the test image is low, the IV-C35M can determine that the label position is NG.
  • Page 18 Outline (5) Lead inspection (Gray processing using a brightness filter) Based on positional information obtained from the gray scale search function, Purpose inspect the condition of the IC leads and connector pins. (No. of lead pins that can be detected in one image: Max. 128.) Application Inspect the IC leads and connector pins.
  • Page 19 Outline (7) Multiple position measurement The IV-C35M can detect up to 128 workpieces whose images exceed the specified matching level (gray search) or threshold value (edge detection) compared with the reference image. Purpose - The positional deviation measurement needs to have a number of positions registered for measurement.
  • Page 20 Outline (8) Multiple degree of match inspection Using the gray search function, the IV-C35M can detect up to 128 workpieces Purpose whose captured image exceeds the required degree of match with the reference Position measurement of workpieces having complicated density conditions, that Application could not be measured by conventional binary conversion and density processing.
  • Page 21: Common For Both Color Extraction And Color Filter Modes

    Outline [3] Common for both color extraction and color filter modes (1) Area measurement by binary conversion Measure the area of the color extracted or the area of the workpiece of a color on a Purpose emphasized using a color filter, and evaluate existence of the workpiece and size. Inspecting contamination of different type of caps (inspects by measuring area of a certain color) Application...
  • Page 22 Outline (3) Count objects by binary conversion Count the number of separate colored areas on a workpiece that were extracted Purpose color or with a color emphasized by using a color filter. Application Inspecting LED lighting indication on mobile phones, missing pills on sheets. [Measurement result] - Number of workpieces/total area size...
  • Page 23: Chapter 2: Precautions For Use

    Pay attention to the points below when handling the IV-C35M. (1) Installation Each device in the IV-C35M system must be installed in an environment as specified in this manual. (Operating ambient temperature: 0 to 45˚C, operating ambient humidity: 35 to 85%RH (non- condensing.))
  • Page 24: Chapter 3: System Configuration

    A maximum of two cameras can be connected to the IV-C35M. Mixed use of IV-C30C5 color camera and IV-S30C3/C4 high-speed monochrome camera is not available. Note: The IV-C35M cannot be connected with EIA cameras that are available on the market. IV-C35M camera...
  • Page 25 System Configuration Product lines Item name Model name Specification or details Color IV-C30C5 Camera main housing (without lens or camera cable) High-speed IV-S30C3 Camera main housing (without lens or camera cable) Camera Monochro- Micro, high- IV-S30C4 Camera main housing (without lens or camera cable) speed IV-S30KC3 Cable for camera, 3 m...
  • Page 26: System Configuration Examples

    - Measurement using CCD trigger. - Measurement triggered by a command from a personal computer. See "Chapter 21: Setting the Input/Output Conditions" in the IV-C35M User’s Manual (Function and Operation). [1] System configuration example for measurement triggered by an external...
  • Page 27: System Configuration Example For Measurement Triggered By The Internal Ccd Sensor Trigger

    The internal CCD trigger can be used with camera 1, but with camera 2. (1) When IV-C35M is used in a stand-alone mode - Purpose/application Measurement is started by a CCD trigger, and the measurement result is output externally (warning lamp etc.).
  • Page 28 System Configuration (2) When a programmable controller is connected - Purpose/application Measurement is started by a CCD trigger (sampling start input: a photo sensor etc.), and the measurement data is output to a programmable controller. The object type number is selected by the programmable controller.
  • Page 29: System Configuration Example For Measurement Triggered By A Command From A Pc

    System Configuration [3] System configuration example for measurement triggered by a command from a personal computer - Purpose/application Measurement is started by a trigger from a personal computer, and the measurement data is output to the personal computer. The object type number is selected by the personal computer. Camera 1 (image) Camera 2 (image) Personal...
  • Page 30: Chapter 4: Part Names And Functions

    Chapter 4: Part Names and Functions This section describes the names and functions of the controller, camera (camera body, camera converter, camera lens and camera cable), and the remote keypad which comprise the IV-C35M system. See section in Chapter 5 "Connection and Installation Methods" for details about the housing brackets and camera angle bracket.
  • Page 31: Camera

    Cable Connect this connector to the camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5). connector - To connect a color camera (IV-C30C5) to the IV-C35M controller, use the camera cable (IV- S30KC3/KC5) shown above. (2) High-speed monochrome camera (IV-S30C3) Lock screw (for securing the lens holder)
  • Page 32 M 15.5 x 0.5 mm. 2 Camera body Connect to the camera connector of the camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5) - To connect micro, high-speed monochrome camera (IV-S30C4) to the IV-C35M controller, use the camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5) shown above.
  • Page 33: Camera Lens (iv-s20l16)

    (Quick-connect type) Cable length IV-S30KC3: 3 m IV-S30KC5: 5 m Name Function Camera Connect to a connector for camera cable of the camera (IV-C30C5,IV- connector S30C3/S30C4). Controller Connect to camera 1 connector or camera 2 connector of the IV-C35M connector controller.
  • Page 34: Remote Keypad (iv-s30rk1)

    Part Names and Functions 4-3 Remote keypad (IV-S30RK1) Connector - Connected to the controller Cable length 3 m 4 SEL change key 1 Direction keys (up, down, left and right) 5 TRG/BRT change key 2 SET key Dimensions (mm) 130 (W) 61 (D) 22.5 (H) 3 ESC key...
  • Page 35: Chapter 5: Connection And Installation Methods

    (2) Reflective lighting A light shone on the front of an object with angle will be reflected, and the IV-C35M will pick up the reflected light. If too much light is reflected, such as from a metallic surface or similar materials, a proper image may not be obtained.
  • Page 36: Optimum Lens And Resolution

    Connection and Installation Methods [2] Optimum lens and resolution The optimum lens for your system can be selected, based on the camera installation distance and the field of view (workpiece size). When the IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3 camera is used Vertical direction Rounded surface of camera body View (mm) Horizontal direction...
  • Page 37 Connection and Installation Methods There is a relationships as shown on page 5-4 to page 5-6, among the camera installation distance, the field of view (in the vertical/horizontal direction), the lens focal length f, the aperture setting, the focal length, and the resolution. [Example] When the IV-C30C5 camera is used, the camera installation distance is 500 mm, and the field of view (in the horizontal direction) is 110 mm, the optimum lens can be selected as described in the...
  • Page 38 Connection and Installation Methods Relation among the camera installation distance, the field of view, and the focal length When the IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3 camera is used Lens focal length f=8mm Lens focal length f=16mm Lens focal length f=25mm View View View (mm) (mm) (mm)
  • Page 39 Connection and Installation Methods Lens focal length f=35mm Lens focal length f=50mm Lens focal length f=75mm Focal Focal Focal View View View length length length (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) Hori- Hori- Hori- (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) Vertical Vertical Vertical zontal zontal zontal...
  • Page 40 Connection and Installation Methods When the IV-S30C4 camera is used Lens focal length f=7.2mm Lens focal length f=15mm Lens focal length f=24 mm Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical direction 7.50 Vertical direction 15.00 Vertical direction 24.00 direction direction direction (mm) (mm) (mm) (Hmm) (Hmm)
  • Page 41 Connection and Installation Methods Table of magnifications and viewing size (Vertical size x Horizontal size x Diagonal size) mm Magnification 14" monitor magnification 1/3" viewing field 0.14 25 27 36.6 0.16 22 23 32.2 0.18 20 21 29.2 10.6 18 19 26.3 11.8 12 13 17.5 17.8...
  • Page 42: Installing, Connecting And Wiring The Iv-c35m Controller

    Connection and Installation Methods 5-2 Installing, connecting and wiring the IV-C35M controller [1] Connecting equipment to the controller Connect the cameras (up to 2 cameras), remote keypad, and monitor to the controller (IV-C35M). Camera 2 connector (CAMERA2) Remote key pad...
  • Page 43: Installation

    Camera cable See page 6-17. Monitor cable* [2] Installation To install the IV-C35M controller, secure the bottom of the housing on the mounting surface with the two main housing brackets (supplied with the controller.) Main housing bracket Mounting surface Mounting procedure 1.
  • Page 44 Connection and Installation Methods 2. Using installation holes (4.5 mm width and 4 positions) of the main housing angle bracket, install the IV-C35M main housing on a panel. (Unit: mm) INPUT Mounting position IV-C35M READY OUTPUT (4 places) POWER Main housing bracket...
  • Page 45: Connecting A Power Supply

    Connect a commercially available constant-voltage power supply to the power terminals (POWER: +24 V, 0 V) on the controller (IV-C35M). Use a 24 VDC ±10%, 1200 mA or more constant-voltage power supply. - Use an individual power supply to supply power to the controller. If the power supply is used to power other equipment, measurement errors may occur.
  • Page 46: Connecting To The Input/output Terminals (parallel I/f)

    [4] Connecting to the input/output terminals (parallel I/F) 8 input terminals and 9 output terminals are available on the input/output terminal block on the controller (IV-C35M). The input terminal block has INPUT terminals X0 to X7 and COM , and the output terminal block has OUTPUT terminals Y0 to Y7, READY and COM .
  • Page 47: Connection For Communications With Personal Computer (general Purpose Serial I/f)

    Connection and Installation Methods Wiring to the controller (IV-C35M) Input Output Fuse (1A) READY Protective element (Power supply limit: 33 V) [5] Connection for communications with personal computer (general purpose serial I/F) Connect a personal computer to the communication connector (RS232C/RS422) on the controller (IV- C35M).
  • Page 48 (2) When communicating through the RS-422 4-line system or 2-line system of RS422 shall be set as serial communication on the "I/O condition settings." See "Chapter 21: Setting the Input/Output Conditions" in the IV-C35M User’s Manual, Function and Operation. 4-wire system...
  • Page 49: Connecting A Programmable Controller Using The Computer Link Function

    1) Connect the computer link connector (RS-232C/RS-422) of a programmable controller to the communication connector (RS232C/RS422: 9-pin D-sub, female) on the controller. See "Chapter 23 : Computer Link" in the IV-C35M User’s Manual (Function and Operation). - In the case of RS-232C, the maximum communication cable length depends on the communication speed.
  • Page 50: Installing And Connecting The Iv-c30c5, Iv-s30c3/s30c4 Camera

    - Any camera plugged into the CAMERA 1 connector will be system camera 1 and any camera plugged into the CAMERA 2 connector will be system camera 2 in the IV-C35M system. Note 1: Make sure to turn OFF the power before connecting or disconnecting the cameras.
  • Page 51 Connection and Installation Methods (2) Installing the camera body Attach the camera (IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3) on the mounting surface with the camera angle bracket (supplied with the camera). - Installation example 1 Camera front view Camera side view Camera angle bracket Camera lens IV-C30C5, IV-S30C3 (IV-S20L16 or similar)
  • Page 52 Connection and Installation Methods External dimensions when the IV-S20L16 camera lens and IV-S30KC3/KC5 camera cable are connected to the IV-C30C5/IV-S30C3 camera. (Unit: mm) 28.5 34 2 M3 tapped holes 2 M3 tapped holes IV-S30KC3 3000 IV-S30KC5 5000 2 M3 tapped holes *1 Attach the camera angle bracket to one of the tapped M3 holes 20 mm mounting pitch (3 places).
  • Page 53 Connection and Installation Methods Note - When the camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5) is bent, its bending radius should be larger than 40 mm. If the camera cable will be bent repeatedly during operation, design the cable layout so that the bending radius is 75 mm or more and use components that can be flexed up to 2 million times.
  • Page 54: Installing And Connecting The Iv-s30c4 Micro, High-speed Monochrome Cameras

    - Any camera plugged into the CAMERA 1 connector will be system camera 1 and any camera plugged into the CAMERA 2 connector will be system camera 2 in the IV-C35M system. Note 1: Make sure to turn OFF the power before connecting or disconnecting the cameras.
  • Page 55 Connection and Installation Methods 2) Plug the camera connector on the camera cable (camera conversion cable) into the cable connector on the IV-S30C4 camera and screw it down to secure the connection. 3) Screw a commercially available lens into the camera head of the IV-S30C4. Lens Camera head (commercially available)
  • Page 56 Connection and Installation Methods (2) Installation of the camera head 1. Put the camera head through the bracket (supplied with the IV-S30C4) from the cable side and slide the camera head into position. Camera head bracket (accessory) Installed position of the camera head Camera head Lens...
  • Page 57 Connection and Installation Methods (3) Installation of the camera body 1. Attach the camera mounting bracket (comes with the IV-S30C4) to the three M3 tapped holes (spacing: 20 mm) on the camera body using the M3x6 installation screws that come with the IV- S30C4.
  • Page 58 Connection and Installation Methods External dimensions of camera angle bracket 4 slotted holes wide (Unit: mm) (for securing on the camera body) 2 slotted holes 3.2 mm wide 22.5 (for attachment to the mounting surface) 1/4-20 UNC threaded hole (for attachment to the mounting surface) Note - When the camera head cable is bent, its bending radius should be larger than 40 mm.
  • Page 59: Chapter 6: Setting And Operating Outlines

    This paragraph describes the rough operation sequence of the IV-C35M. 1 System design (Ref. chapter) Plan your hardware environment to suit your use of the IV-C35M. 1-4 Measurement programs - Measurement program (positional deviation measurement, degree of match inspection, etc.)
  • Page 60: Description Of The Operation Screen

    Setting and Operating Outlines 6-2 Description of the operation screen When the IV-C35M is started, the operation screen shown below will appear. Each area of the operation screen is described below. (3) Freeze/through screen (2) Color mode (1) Object type number...
  • Page 61 Setting and Operating Outlines (5) The brightness of the captured image can be set to one of two levels. Screen display Description Display the captured image without changing its brightness. DRK* Display the captured image at 1/2 the actual brightness * This is effective when the characters on screen are difficult to read as the screen is dark.
  • Page 62 When an NG image is stored, "NG-IMG-DISP" can be SCREEN-CHG CHG-TYPE selected, press the SET key and the monitor will change to the NG image display screen.* - See page 1-22 in IV-C35M User's Manual, Function and Operation. Displays the object type selection list. (TYPE00)
  • Page 63: Wizard

    Setting and Operating Outlines 6-3 Wizard The "Wizard" is a program that helps users make settings for measurement operations easily and without making mistakes. The controller asks you a series of questions at each step and you simply answer these to complete the settings.
  • Page 64: Other Operations In The "set Wizard" Program

    Setting and Operating Outlines 5. After storing the sample in the final step, the sample name will SET WIZARD SCREEN SAVE DEL appear on the line as shown on the figure right. [ SAMPLE ] 1CHG-TYPE 2STANDARD WIZARD 3OPERATION CHART 4AREA [2] Other operations in the "Set wizard"...
  • Page 65 Setting and Operating Outlines 4. ESC key TRG/BRT Press the ESC key to return to the previous screen. SCREEN Move the cursor to "SCREEN" and press the SET WIZARD SCREEN SAVE DEL COLOR F C1 BRT SET key. A pop up menu will appear. Select [ SAMPLE ] the desired item using the up and down arrow 1CHG-TYPE...
  • Page 66: Operation Chart

    Setting and Operating Outlines 6-4 Operation chart As each setting is made using the wizard, the operation chart keeps track TYPE00 of the settings and displays them as an operation chart. You can see all Start settings you have made so far, or jump back to a specific step on the STEP1 PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB operation chart.
  • Page 67: How To Edit An Operation Chart

    Setting and Operating Outlines 4. Change the object type number on the operation SET WIZARD SCREEN SAVE DEL COLOR F C1 BRT chart to the desired object type number. [ SAMPLE ] Change using the up and Select " CHG-TYPE" and press the SET key. 1CHG-TYPE down arrow keys.
  • Page 68 Setting and Operating Outlines 2. A pop up menu will appear and you can chose SET WIZARD SCREEN EDIT SAVE F C1 BRT "CHANGE," "ADD," or "DELET" from it. [ SAMPLE ] Or, while the cursor is in the " OPERATION 1CHG-TYPE TYPE00...
  • Page 69: Menu Tree

    Setting and Operating Outlines 6-5 Menu tree OBJECT TYPE COND This section describes each of the settings using the menu tree. TYPE00 TYPE01 TYPE RUN COND IMAGE-ADJ MEA-CND(CAMERA1) MEAS0 POSI-CORRECT MEAS01 (MEAS-BIN-AREA P) MEAS(NEW) MEA-CND(CAMERA2) FINAL NUM. CALC FINAL OUTPUT COND OBJ-TYPE I/0 OBJ-TYPE SYS.
  • Page 70 Setting and Operating Outlines 5. Move the cursor to the item on the menu that you SELECT OBJECT TYPE COND want to set using the up and down arrow keys. OBJECT TYPE COND Press the SET key to begin setting this item. TYPE00 TYPE RUN COND IMAGE-ADJ...
  • Page 71: Relationship Between The Set Wizard Program, The Operation Chart, And The Menu Tree

    Setting and Operating Outlines 6-6 Relationship between the set wizard program, the operation chart, and the menu tree If you change the operation chart using the set wizard, the menu tree will also change. If you change a setting on the menu tree, the operation chart in the set wizard will also be changed. Ex.: Change measurement type from "positional deviation measurement"...
  • Page 72: Editing Operation Screen

    Setting and Operating Outlines 6-7 Editing operation screen In this controller, the operation screen display can be changed. You can move, enlarge, reduce, or hide any block of text. (1) Move the cursor to "MAIN-COND" on the MAIN MENU COLOR F C1 BRT operation screen and press the SET key.
  • Page 73: Option

    Setting and Operating Outlines 6-8 Option With the IV-C35M, you can initialize the measurement settings, and run a self-diagnosis from the option menu. MAIN MENU COLOR F C1 BRT Setting method IVC35M Display the "OPTION" from the "MAIN MENU." SYS-CND...
  • Page 74: Environment Settings

    Setting and Operating Outlines 6-9 Environment settings The IV-C35M can change the display color of each items displayed on the screens. How to enter the environment setting screen MAIN MENU COLOR F C1 BRT T o c h a n g e c o l o r o f e a c h i t e m , e n t e r t h e IVC35M "ENVIRONMENT SETTING"...
  • Page 75: Memory Card

    IV-C35M Connector cover Installation screws 2. Connect the memory card to the memory card connection connector of the IV-C35M, install the card cover, and secure the installation screws that were used to fix the connector cover. Memory card connection connector...
  • Page 76: Storage Method

    Setting and Operating Outlines [2] Storage method MAIN MENU COLOR F C1 BRT IVC35M To save data into a memory card, display the SYS-CND "MEMORY CARD" screen by selecting "MEMORY OBJECT TYPE COND CARD" on the "MAIN MENU" screen. SET WIZARD EDIT MAIN OPS MENU OPTION ENVIRONMENT SETTING...
  • Page 77 Setting and Operating Outlines EXEC After completing entry, select " EXEC" and press the SET key. A screen shown below will appear and the controller will start saving data to the memory card. SAVING... When this screen disappears, saving is complete. When "READ"...
  • Page 78: Chapter 7: Setting Examples Using The Set Wizard

    Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard Chapter 7: Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard 7-1 Color evaluation MAIN MENU IVC35M This function selects specified color from objects with multiple colors, and converts this area to binary. SYS-CND OBJECT TYPE COND Then, the controller measures area, color degree of SET WIZARD match, average hue, and average saturation.
  • Page 79 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (5) Move the cursor to " STANDARD WIZARD" and press the SET key. The set wizard will start. = In this example, the settings on the screens from the STEP1 to STEP 3 (CORRECT POSITION) are not changed.
  • Page 80 "T" to "F" using the up and down arrow keys. By changing the image from X:248 Y:232 "T" to "F," the IV-C35M stores the image. =MOVE ESC=BACK SEL=CHNG IMG TRG=FUNC 4. Move the coordinate of " UP.L" and "...
  • Page 81 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard Register extracted color RECTANGLE RESET RETURN COLOR F C1 BRT Select " REG" using the up and down arrow 1UP. L (248,232) keys and then press the SET key. From the 2LO. R (263,247) popup menu, select "NEW"...
  • Page 82: Color Evaluation

    Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard Ex.: Change " START POINT" of hue. FINE ADJUSUTMENT SCREEN SAVE COLOR F C1 BRT Increase value of the " START POINT" of hue 1EXTRACT COLOR NO0 (0 7) and the start point of the hue and chroma [HUE] (saturation) graph moves.
  • Page 83 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard = In this example, the settings on the screens are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these screens to go to the next screen. = STEP5 SELECT WINDOW TYPE 1NORMAL 1BINARY-IMG-MASK 1POLYGON RETURN NEXT (9) Select a registration number Move the cursor to "...
  • Page 84 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (10) Setting the registration conditions REG COND SCREEN COND SAVE DETAIL COLOR F C1 BRT REGISTER NO. 1REGISTER NO 0 (0 3) The previously specified register number is 2DEFERENCE COLOR 0 (0 7) displayed. To change the register number, press 3MEAS SHAPE RECTANGLE the SET key.
  • Page 85 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard REFERENCE COLOR REG COND SCREEN COND SAVE DETAIL COLOR F C1 BRT Select the reference color number that was 1REGISTER NO 0 (0 7) registered in the color extraction. (In this example 2DEFERENCE COLOR 0 (0 7) select 0.) 3MEAS SHAPE RECTANGLE...
  • Page 86 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (11) Select whether or not to set the evaluation SET WIZARD EXIT conditions for measured results. [SAMPLE] Select " YES" and press the SET key. TYPE00 COMPARE EVALUATION Start CONDITIONS TO MEASUREMENT STEP1 PARALLEL+SERIAL+USB The "DETAIL"...
  • Page 87 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard = In this example, the settings on the STEP8 (COMPARE MEASUREMENT SETTINGS) to STEP 78 (MAIN OPS MENU) are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these screens to go to the next screen. = STEP8 STEP8 LADDER CIRCUIT AND RESULT...
  • Page 88 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (12) STORE A TITLE FOR THIS SETTING? SET WIZARD EXIT COLOR F C1 BRT After making this series of settings, select " YES" [SAMPLE] to save the settings as a group. By selecting " STEP8 YES,"...
  • Page 89 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (14) The sample is registered with the title you assigned to on the SET WIZARD SCREEN SAVE DEL "SET WIZARD" screen. [ SAMPLE ] Note 1: If no title was assigned, the sample settings are simply 1CHG-TYPE listed as "Sample *"...
  • Page 90: Fault Inspection

    Flaws having a little difference of color or contract SYS-CND could not be found with gray processing of OBJECT TYPE COND conventional monochrome cameras. The IV-C35M SET WIZARD can easily evaluate flaws having little difference of EDIT MAIN OPS MENU color and contrast.
  • Page 91 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (5) Move the cursor to " STANDARD WIZARD" and press the SET key. The set wizard will start. = In this example, the settings on the screens from the STEP1 to STEP 3 (CORRECT POSITION) are not changed.
  • Page 92 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (7) Select an image-processing method SET WIZARD EXIT Move the cursor to " COLOR FILTER" and [SAMPLE] press the SET key. TYPE00 SELECT A COLOR IMAGE Start PROCESSING MODE STEP1 PARALLEL SERIAL USB Next move the cursor to "COLOR FILTER SET" 1COLOR FILTER STEP2 CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG using the up and down arrow keys and press the...
  • Page 93 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard = In this example, the settings on the screens are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these screens to go to the next screen. = STEP5 SELECT TYPE OF CALCULATION BETWEEN IMAGES 1COMPARE IMG SELECT WHETHER OR NOT TO CONVERT IMAGE DENSITY 1CHING GRAY LEVEL...
  • Page 94 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (11) Setting the registration conditions REGISTER NO. REG COND SCREEN COND SAVE RED F C1 BRT The previously specified register number is 1REGISTER NO 0 (0 7) displayed. To change the register number, press 2MEAS SHAPE RECTANGLE the SET key.
  • Page 95 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard MEAS SHAPE REG COND SCREEN COND SAVE RED F C1 BRT Move the cursor to this line and press the SET 1REGISTER NO 0 (0 7) key. A popup menu will appear. 2MEAS SHAPE RECTANGLE Move the cursor to "RECTANGLE,"...
  • Page 96 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (12) Select whether or not to set the evaluation SET WIZARD EXIT conditions for measured results. [SAMPLE] Select " YES" and press the SET key. TYPE00 COMPARE EVALUATION Start CONDITIONS TO MEASUREMENT STEP1 PARALLEL SERIAL USB The "DETAIL"...
  • Page 97 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard = In this example, the settings on the STEP 7 (COMPARE MEASUREMENT SETTINGS) to STEP 7 (MAIN OPS MENU) are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these screens to go to the next screen.
  • Page 98 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (13) STORE A TITLE FOR THIS SETTING? SET WIZARD EXIT COLOR F C1 BRT After making this series of settings, select " YES" [SAMPLE] to save the settings as a group. By selecting " STEP8 YES,"...
  • Page 99 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (15) The sample is registered with the title you assigned to on the SET WIZARD SCREEN SAVE DEL "SET WIZARD" screen. [ SAMPLE ] Note 1: If no title was assigned, the sample settings are simply 1CHG-TYPE listed as "Sample *"...
  • Page 100: Positional Deviation Measurement

    Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard 7-3 Positional deviation measurement MAIN MENU IVC35M This function selects specified color from objects SYS-CND with multiple colors, and converts this area to OBJECT TYPE COND binary. Then, the controller measures area, color SET WIZARD degree of match, average hue, and average EDIT MAIN OPS MENU saturation.
  • Page 101 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (5) Move the cursor to " STANDARD WIZARD" and press the SET key. The set wizard will start. = In this example, the settings on the screens from the STEP1 to STEP 3 (CORRECT POSITION) are not changed.
  • Page 102 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (7) Select an image-processing method SET WIZARD EXIT Move the cursor to " COLOR FILTER" and [SAMPLE] press the SET key. TYPE00 SELECT A COLOR IMAGE Start PROCESSING MODE STEP1 PARALLEL SERIAL USB Next move the cursor to "COLOR FILTER SET" 1COLOR FILTER STEP2 CAPTURE IMG/PARTIAL-IMG using the up and down arrow keys and press the...
  • Page 103 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (9) Move the cursor to the " MEAS SEL" line using the SET WIZARD EXIT up and down arrow keys, and press the SET key. [SAMPLE] Select "POSI-DEVIATION" from the popup menu. TYPE00 Then, select "NEXT" to move to the next screen. SELECT A COLOR IMAGE Start PROCESSING MODE...
  • Page 104 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (11) Setting the registration conditions REGISTER NO. REG COND SCREEN COND SAVE DEL RED F C1 BRT The previously specified register number is 1REGISTER NO. 0(0 7) displayed. To change the register number, 2MEAS SHAPE(MDL0) RECTANGLE press the SET key.
  • Page 105 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard MEAS SHAPE (MDL0) REG COND SCREEN COND SAVE DETAIL RED F C1 BRT Move the cursor to this line and press the SET 1REGISTER NO key. A popup menu will appear. 0 (0 7) 2MEAS SHAPE (MDL0) RECTANGLE Move the cursor to "RECTANGLE", "X- LINE"...
  • Page 106 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard Register a reference image RECTANGLE RESET RETURN RED F C1 BRT Move the cursor to " REFERENCE IMG" using 1UP. L the up and down arrow keys. Then, select "REG" (224, 208) 2LO. R (287, 271) from the popup menu.
  • Page 107 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard The "EVALUAT COND" screen will appear. SCREEN COND SAVE EDIT SEL RED F C1 BRT EVALUAT COND Select " REGISTER NO." using the up and 1REGISTER NO. 0(0~7) [TEST RESULT] [OUTPUT] down arrow keys. Change the number to "0" 2CONDITION SET AUTO(–10%) using the up and down arrow keys.
  • Page 108 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard = In this example, the settings on the STEP8 (DST&AGL COND SET) to STEP8 (MAIN OPS MENU) are not changed. Select "NEXT" on each of these screens to go to the next screen. = STEP8 STEP8 STEP8...
  • Page 109 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (13) STORE A TITLE FOR THIS SETTING? SET WIZARD EXIT COLOR F C1 BRT After making this series of settings, select " YES" [SAMPLE] to save the settings as a group. By selecting " STEP8 YES,"...
  • Page 110 Setting Examples Using the Set Wizard (15) The sample is registered with the title you assigned to on the SET WIZARD SCREEN SAVE DEL "SET WIZARD" screen. [ SAMPLE ] Note 1: If no title was assigned, the sample settings are simply 1CHG-TYPE listed as "Sample *"...
  • Page 111: Chapter 8: Specifications

    Specifications Chapter 8: Specifications 8-1 Controller (IV-C35M) Item Specifications 16,770,000 colors, 256 level gray scale, binary conversion, Image sampling system edge detection 512 (horizontal) x 480 (vertical), approximately 240,000 Number of pixels pixels. One screen for displaying captured images. One...
  • Page 112 Specifications Specifications Item Area, hue (average), saturation (average), color degree of match Color evaluation [Maximum 8 windows ] Number of objects [Maximum 128 windows ] Color unevenness Total area, hue (max./min.), number of faults of hue, saturation (max./min.), and inspection number of faults of saturation.
  • Page 113 Parallel interface Input: 8 points, Output: 9 points, 12/24 VDC General-purpose serial RS232C/RS422 (2.4 to 115.2 kbps) interface Built-in compatibility with certain SHARP, OMRON, Mitsubishi and Computer link Yokogawa models USB device node (Compatible with USB1.1) Image output 1 channel, Equivalent to NTSC system, 2:1 interlace...
  • Page 114: Camera Specifications

    Specifications 8-2 Camera specifications [1] Camera (IV-C30C5/S30C3/S30C4) Specifications Micro and Item Color, High speed, high-speed, IV-C30C5 IV-S30C3 IV-S30C4 Custom φ17 mm Optical Lens mount method C mount C mount system mount Interline transmission Interline transmission method, monochrome Method method, 1-CCD color Reading system Full pixel type, partial image scanning is available Picture...
  • Page 115: Camera Lens (iv-s20l16)

    Specifications [2] Camera lens (IV-S20L16) Item Specifications Focal distance 16 mm Maximum f-stop Aperture range 1.6 to 16, Close Focal range 50 mm t Filter installation dia. M 25.5, P = 0.75, U1 Mount system C mount Compatible cameras IV-C30C5, IV-S30C1/C3, IV-S20C1 (camera for the IV-S20) [3] Camera cable (IV-S30KC3/KC5) Item Specifications...
  • Page 116: Support Tools

    Specifications 8-3 Support tools [1] LCD monitors (IV-10MT/10MTV/10MTK) Item name IV-10MT IV-10MTV IV-10MTK Display device 10.4-inch, TFT liquid crystal module Display size 211.2 (horizontal) x 158.4 (vertical) mm No. of pixels 640 (horizontal) x 480 (vertical) dots Display colors Approx. 260,000 colors (RGB 6-bit) Contrast control 3 steps Backlight...
  • Page 117: Monochrome Monitor (iv-09mt: When Using Iv-s30c3/c4)

    Specifications [2] Monochrome monitor (IV-09MT: When using IV-S30C3/C4) Item Specifications Power input voltage 90 to 110VAC, 50/60Hz Input capacity 25 VA Signal voltage 1.0Vp-p/75 ohms Screen display resolution 900 scanning lines (center), 600 scanning lines (edges) Scan method EIA 525 lines (2:1 interlaced) Scan frequency Horizontal : 15.75 kHz, vertical : 48 to 62 Hz Image size...
  • Page 118: Led Lighting Equipment (iv-60ld: When Using Iv-s30c3/c4)

    Specifications [3] LED lighting equipment (IV-60LD: When using IV-S30C3/C4) Item Specifications 36 pcs of 5mm diameter LEDs used - High brightness LEDs Standard lighting range Approx. 50 mm x 50 mm (workpiece distance at 150mm) Input voltage 24 VDC ±10% , 2P terminal Current consumption Approx.
  • Page 119: Glossary

    Glossary Glossary Area filter A function used to eliminate an island if its area is smaller that the specified size after each of the objects in an image have been identified. Arrangement of the square pixels This refers to CCD elements whose pixels are square and arranged at the same vertical and hori- zontal interval.
  • Page 120 Glossary Binary processing (fixed/threshold value correction) By setting THESHLD. ADJ (threshold adjustment function), the IV-C35M can cope with variations in lighting. (threshold adjustment function), the monitor brightness functions must be selected to measure variations in lighting. Threshold correction value If you don’t select the monitor brightness Fixed function, a BINARY CORR.: LIGHT LVL...
  • Page 121 PC and an external computer, or the like, using this communica- tion protocol. The IV-C35M supports the computer link protocols used by Sharp, Omron, Mitsubishi, and Yokogawa PCs. Therefore, the PC does not need a custom communication program in order to create a computer link with the IV-C35M.
  • Page 122 Glossary [An example of detecting a point using the edge detection function and user specified criteria] - Horizontal transition point - Vertical transition point from from light to dark (moving light to dark (moving from top from left to right) to bottom) Edge Flat...
  • Page 123 Glossary Expansion contraction Delete e isolated black points by expansion and then restore the original image size by contraction. Contraction expansion Delete isolated white points by contraction and then restore the original image size by expan- sion. Fillet width (shading width) Size of a hollow rectangle which closely matches to the target object in a binary image (white part).
  • Page 124 Gray scale check using the normalization correlation method Even when the IV-C35M is looking at the same object as the object used for the reference image, the new target image and the previously stored reference image may not match completely, due to variations in the illumination conditions and the ambient light.
  • Page 125 The "illumination (light level) monitor" is a function which automatically monitors the environmental lighting conditions when measuring objects. If the illuminance exceeds the alarm density setting, the IV-C35M will display an alarm message. Interline transfer system The interline transfer system is a system for transferring electrical charges from the CCD receiving elements to the readout matrix.
  • Page 126 Glossary Main axis angle The acute angle between the longitudinal and horizontal axes of a shape in the image after the measurement object is converted to binary. This angle cannot be measured for nearly circular or square-shaped objects. Mask window The image being examined may contain an area that does not need to be processed.
  • Page 127 (e. g.: 120 horizontal lines) can take only 25 % of the time to read the entire image. The IV-C35M can automatically determine the width of the partial image window. You can change back and forth between reading the whole image and a partial image.
  • Page 128 In order to make a partial reading of the CCD image at high speed, the IV-C35M is equipped with the detection function described above with the works just like a proximity sensor to trigger the CCD.
  • Page 129 And, by extracting or emphasizing certain image features, it is easier to evaluate or identify target objects by converting the images into standard patterns. In the IV-C35M, you can select a "smoothing (average, center)," "edge emphasis," "edge extraction," "horizontal edge," and "vertical edge."...
  • Page 130 -A "pixel" is one picture element (DTECT PRECISION: STANDARD (detection precision: standard) in case of the IV-C35M). "Sub pixel" refers to a unit smaller than a single pixel (DTECT PRECI- SION: HIGH (detection precision: high) for 1/10 pixel in case of the IV-C35M).
  • Page 131 Glossary (Example for adjustment) An example of adjustment is shown below, using a white object on a black background. When the dotted line in the window is converted to a binary image, if the lower limit is set higher, the black part in the binary image will become larger.
  • Page 132 Glossary [ γ γ γ γ γ ] γ γ γ γ γ negative correction Used when the mid gray level is too high. Input image gray level γ γ γ γ γ positive correction Used when the mid gray level is too low. Input image gray level G-14...
  • Page 133: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix 1: Commercially available peripheral devices Described below for your reference are peripheral devices needed to build a system around the IV-C35M. (Items handled by SHARP are listed on the next page.) (1) Lighting equipment (2) Lens (mirror barrel)
  • Page 134 Appendix Ë Table of standard items related to the IV-C35M handled by SHARP SHARP's Moritex's article Nr. Item name Specifications article Nbr. IV-1A0101 ML-0614 CCTV lens C mount f = 6 mm IV-1A0102 ML-0813 CCTV lens C mount f = 8 mm...
  • Page 135: Appendix 2: Working Samples

    Appendix Appendix 2: Working samples Cut out the following working samples and try to measure them. Working sample for color evaluation (color extraction) Working sample for fault inspection (color filter) Working sample for positional deviation measurement...
  • Page 136: Alphabetical Index

    Alphabetical Index [1,2] 1-point search ............................. 1-9 2-point search ............................. 1-9 ALL-INIT (initialize all) ........................6-15 Area filter ............................G-1 Area measurement by binary conversion ..................1-14 Arrangement of the square pixels ...................... G-1 Artifact processing ..........................G-1 Backlighting ............................5-1 Basic system configuration .........................
  • Page 137 Connection and Installation Methods ....................5-1 Connection for communications with personal computer (general purpose serial I/F) ..... 5-13 Contraction ............................G-4 Controller (IV-C35M) ........................4-1, 8-1 Controller installation space ....................... 5-9 Corrected gray scale search ......................G-6 Data saving ............................2-1 Degree of match inspection ......................
  • Page 138 Installation method -Camera (IV-C30C5/S30C3) ......................5-16 Camera (IV-S30C4) ......................... 5-20 Camera body ........................... 5-17 -Camera head ........................... 5-22 InstallationM-Controller (IV-C35M) ..................... 5-8 Installation of a memory card ......................6-17 Installation ............................5-9 Interline transfer system ........................G-7 Island ..............................G-7 IV-09MT ..............................
  • Page 139 Multiple position measurement ......................1-12 Normalization correlation ........................G-9 Object counting by binary conversion ....................1-14 Object identification (labeling) by binary conversion ................ 1-14 Object identification and numbering function (labeling) ..............G-9 Operation chart ........................... 6-8 Operation chart, editing ........................6-9 Operation screen ........................
  • Page 140 Setting and operating procedures ...................... 6-1 Setting Examples Using the Setting Wizard ................7-1 to 7-33 Setting window boundaries (enable/disable) ................... G-10 Shading correction ........................... G-11 Smoothing ............................G-11 Space around the controller ....................... 5-9 Space filter ............................G-11 Specifications ............................. 8-1 Standard wizard , starting ........................

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