# Sharp IV-S30 User Manual page 159

Compact image sensor camera function and operation

Continued from page 14-2 (OBJECT: ANGL)
Æ Angle: When a 3 point angle is specified
[ DIST&ANGLE COND]
1OBJECT
AUX DST ANGL
2ANGLE NO.
00(0~15) NO 3PT-ANGL 2PT-H-ANGL 2PT-V-ANGL
3COND.1
MEAS-REGNO MDL0 AUX NO (ANGL OBJ)
4COND.2
MEAS-REGNO MDL0 AUX NO
5COND.3
MEAS-REGNO MDL0 AUX NO
6ANGL EVALUATION -180.0~+180.0
7RUN A TEST
EXEC
REGISTER NO.
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15
ANGL
- Point 1 is the point of intersection of the two lines. Relative to the line between points 1 and 2, the line
between points 1 and 3 will be said to be at a positive angle if the angle is measured in a
counterclockwise direction, and it will be at a negative angle if it is measured in a clockwise direction.
+Angle ( +180.0°)
Point 3
Point 1
Æ Angle: When a 2-point (horizontal/vertical) angle is specified
1OBJECT
2DISTANCE NO.
3COND.1
4COND.2
5ANGL EVALUATION
6RUN A TEST
- When a 2-point horizontal angle is specified,
relative to the horizontal line, the line from
point 2 that intersects point 1 will be said to
at a positive angle if the angle is measured
in a counterclockwise direction and at a
negative angle if it is measured in a
clockwise direction.
Point 1
When you want to select a numeric calculation
"NUM-CALC" and press the SET key.
- See "Chapter 15: Numerical Calculations"
When you want to select a PC function
"OUT-COND" and press the SET key.
- See "Chapter 16: PC Function"
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[TEST RESULT] [OUTPUT]
B=030.0°
OK NO
X X X X X X X X X X
+Angle (-180.0° )
Point 2
Point 1
AUX DST ANGL
00(0~15) NO 3PT-ANGL 2PT-H-ANGL 2PT-V-ANGL
MEAS-REG00 MDL0 AUXNO
MEAS-REG01 MDL0 AUXNO
[TEST RESULT]
-180.0~+180.0
B= 030.0°
EXEC
Point 2
+angle
Horizontal line
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Distance and Angle Measurement
You have to specify these settings.
See the description for "7 RUN A
TEST" on the page 14-2.
Point 2
Point 3
(ANGL OBJ)
You have to specify these settings.
[OUTPUT]
OK NO
See the description for "7 RUN A
TEST" on the page 14-2.
- When a 2-point vertical angle is specified,
relative to the vertical line, the line from point 2
that intersects point 1 will be said to at a
positive angle if the angle is measured in a
counterclockwise direction and at a negative
angle if it is measured in a clockwise direction.
Point 2
+angle
Point 1
Vertical line
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