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IS4910, IS4911
Area Imaging Non-Decode Engine
Integration Guide

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    IS4910, IS4911 Area Imaging Non-Decode Engine Integration Guide...

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    Disclaimer Honeywell International Inc. (“HII”) reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior notice, and the reader should in all cases consult HII to determine whether any such changes have been made. The information in this publication does not represent a commitment on the part of HII.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction Product Overview ...1 Models and Accessories ...2 Components of the IS4910 / IS4911 Non-Decode Engine ...3 Labels...4 Mounting Specifications IS4910-00 / IS4911-00 Non-Decode Engine Dimensions ...5 IS4910-01 / IS4911-01 Non-Decode Engine Dimensions ...6 IS4910-02 / IS4911-02 Non-Decode Engine Dimensions ...7 Enclosure Specifications Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Cautions ...8...

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    Depth of Field vs. Bar Code Element IS4910 ...20 IS4911 ...21 Design Specifications Operational ...22 Mechanical ...23 Electrical...23 Environmental ...24 Imaging Engine Terminations IS4910 / IS4911 Pinout Connections...25 Flex Cable Specifications Pinout, Host End ...26 Dimensions...27 Installation Notes ...28 Regulatory Compliance Safety ...29 Europe...29 United States...30 Canada...30...

  • Page 5: Introduction

    The compact engine has several models available to accommodate all types of mounting requirements. All model types provide two blind holes for self-tapping screws along with a keying location point. The IS4910-01 model provides two additional through holes located on tabs extended from the sides of the engine's chassis and the IS4910-02 provides threaded inserts instead of through holes on the extended tabs.

  • Page 6: Models And Accessories

    Non-Decode Area Imaging Engine Mounting option: • two blind holes for self-tapping screws Non-Decode Engine Mounting options: IS4910 • two blind holes for self-tapping hardware • two through holes located on tabs that extend from two sides of the engine's IS4911...

  • Page 7: Components Of The Is4910 / Is4911 Non-decode Engine

    Components of the IS4910 / IS4811 Non-Decode Engine Item No. Description Targeting Area Illumination Camera Imager FirstFlash Aperture Mounting Points (see pages 6 - 7) Mounting Points Provided for Self-Tapping Screws (see pages 5 - 7) Keying Location (see pages 5 - 7) Printed Circuit Boards 22-Pin, 0.50 mm (.020") Pitch...

  • Page 8: Labels

    Labels The engine’s serial number/model number label is located on the side of the engine. Figure 3. Serial Number Label...

  • Page 9: Mounting Specifications

    Mounting Specifications IS4910-00 / IS4911-00 Non-Decode Engine Dimensions The -00 engine model includes two Ø .075" [1.9 mm] blind holes for mounting the engine with self-tapping screws. The mounting holes are located on the bottom of the unit with an additional keying location point for engine alignment.

  • Page 10: Is4910-01 / Is4911-01 Non-decode Engine Dimensions

    IS4910-01 / IS4911-01 Non-Decode Engine Dimensions The -01 engine model includes two Ø .075" [1.9 mm] blind holes for mounting the engine with self-tapping screws. Two additional Ø .098" ± .002 [2.5 mm ±.05 mm] clearance holes are provided as a secondary mounting option.

  • Page 11: Is4910-02 / Is4911-02 Non-decode Engine Dimensions

    IS4910-02 / IS4911-02 Non-Decode Engine Dimensions The -02 engine model includes two Ø .075" [1.9 mm] blind holes for mounting the engine with self-tapping screws. Two additional M2 x .4 threaded inserts are provided as a secondary mounting option. The threaded inserts are located on tabs that extend from the sides of the engine's chassis.

  • Page 12: Enclosure Specifications

    Enclosure Specifications The imaging engine was specifically designed for integration into custom housings for OEM applications. The imaging engine’s performance will be adversely affected or permanently damaged when mounted in an unsuitable enclosure. Warning: The limited warranty (on page 31) is void if the following considerations are not adhered to when integrating the engine into a system.

  • Page 13: Output Window Properties

    Output Window Properties An improperly placed window has the serious potential to reduce the imaging engine’s performance. Careful consideration must be made when designing the output window’s distance and angle relative to the imaging engine’s camera aperture. Follow these guidelines when designing the output window. •...

  • Page 14: Optical Clearance Specifications

    The window size and enclosure design must provide unobstructed clearance for the illumination and targeting areas shown below to avoid optical interference that decreases the engine's performance. IS4910 IS4911 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Figure 7. IS4910 Optical Clearance Specifications Figure 8. IS4911 Optical Clearance Specifications...

  • Page 15: System Considerations

    System Considerations In order to ensure proper operation of the decode engine’s electrical system; care must be taken to ensure the following requirements are met. Power Supply Decoupling* The engine requires clean filtered power supplies for both the VLED and Vimager power rails. Special care must be taken for the Vimager line as this voltage is used to power the imaging sensor.

  • Page 16: Theory Of Operation

    The IS4910 series has two types of imaging modes, the Snapshot mode and the Video mode. The Snapshot mode facilitates fast and accurate image acquisition with a minimum amount of power consumption. In this mode, the LEDs are only activated for a very short time while FirstFlash ensures proper illumination.

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    Honeywell Scanning and Mobility provides a Software Development Kit (P/N 46-00550) that will ease the functional integration of the IS4910 or IS4911 non-decode engine. The SDK includes all the necessary software components needed to enable an application developer to control and communicate with the engine, acquire images, and decode barcodes.

  • Page 18: Snapshot Mode

    Snapshot Mode In the Snapshot mode of operation, image acquisition begins on the rising edge of the Trigger signal. Image integration continues until the trigger line is brought low at which time the Image Data is output on the Camera bus. In this mode, the area illumination is coincident with the integration time and is activated on the rising edge of the Trigger signal.

  • Page 19: Snapshot Illumination Waveforms

    Snapshot Illumination Waveforms The following waveforms show how the illumination LEDs are controlled relative to the input signals (Trigger and Illum_On) during the snapshot mode. The Trigger signal determines when the illumination and image integrations begin. In addition, the duration of this signal determines the maximum integration and illumination time.

  • Page 20: Video Mode

    LED will be visible in the image and may result in “hot spots”. Control of the aiming mechanism is done in software by the IS4910 device driver and CamLib APIs included in the SDK.

  • Page 21: Camera Bus Timings

    Camera Bus Timings The non-decode engine outputs pixel data via an 8-bit parallel data bus. The rate at which data is output is determined by the pixel clock, which can be set for 48, 24, or 12 MHz. When the horizontal and vertical synch signals are high, valid pixel data is latched on the rising edge of the PCLK.

  • Page 22: Wake Up Timing

    Wake Up Timing When exiting sleep mode the engine will require a minimum wake up time before an image can be acquired. Wake up is initiated by pulsing the Illum_On pin for a minimum of 250 µS. The pulsing wakes up the on board microcontroller and oscillator.

  • Page 23: Electrical Specifications

    Electrical Specifications Signal Vimager Power to Imager and Supporting Circuitry VLED Power to Illumination and Targeting LEDs VIL1 Input Low (Aimer, Illum_On, Trigger) VIH1 Input High (Aimer, Illum_On, Trigger) VOH2 Output High Voltage (Data, PCLK, VSYNC, HSYNC) VOL2 Output Low Voltage (Data, PCLK, VSYNC, HSYNC) Sink / Source current = 2mA Voltages listed are at the engine.

  • Page 24: Depth Of Field Vs. Bar Code Element

    * Depth of field information is for reference only. Depths of field distances were measured with decoding ® software from Omniplaner , a division of Honeywell Scanning and Mobility. Actual values may vary depending on environmental conditions, host hardware, and decoding software. Figure 14. IS4910 Field of View, Divergence Angle (model -01 shown)

  • Page 25: Is4911

    * Depth of field information is for reference only. Depths of field distances were measured with decoding software from Omniplaner, a division of Honeywell Scanning and Mobility. Actual values may vary depending on environmental conditions, host hardware, and decoding software.

  • Page 26: Design Specifications

    * Depth of field information is for reference only. Depth of field distances were measured with decoding software from Omniplaner, a division of Honeywell Scanning and Mobility. Actual values may vary depending on environmental conditions, host hardware, and decoding software.

  • Page 27: Mechanical

    Mechanical Dimensions: See pages 5 - 7 for detailed specifications. Weight: < 6 g (.21 oz.) Engine Termination: Mounting: See pages 5 - 7 for detailed specifications. Key Location: See pages 5 - 7 for detailed specifications. SlimStack is a trademark of Molex, Inc., all rights reserved. Electrical Engine Input Voltage: 3.3VDC ±...

  • Page 28: Environmental

    Environmental Operating Temperature: 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) Storage Temperature: -20°C to 70°C (-4°F to 158°F) See page 11 for additional information on thermal considerations. Humidity: 5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing Light Levels: Shock: 5 ft. (1.5 m) Vibration Protection: 7G, 10 –...

  • Page 29: Imaging Engine Terminations

    Imaging Engine Terminations IS4910 / IS4911 Pinout Connections Signal Name Function Aimer High enables Targeting LED (Input) Illum_On High forces on Illumination LEDs (Input), Wake up Scanner Trigger Controls Integration and Illumination in Snapshot mode (Input) C data (Bi-Directional) – Devices Functions as Auxiliary Devices C clock (Bi-Directional) –...

  • Page 30: Flex Cable Specifications

    Flex Cable Specifications Pinout Host End Signal Name Function Power and Signal Ground Reserved Terminate with resistor, Pulled low, or Leave Unconnected Power and Signal Ground HSYNC Horizontal Sync (Output) VSYNC Vertical Sync (Output) Pixel Data4 (Output) Pixel Data5 (Output) Pixel Data6 (Output) Pixel Data7 (Output) PCLK...

  • Page 31: Dimensions

    Dimensions Figure 18. Flex Cable Dimensions, P/N 77-77104 See installation warning on page 28.

  • Page 32: Installation Notes

    Installation Notes Note 1. Warning! The flex cable must be installed in the orientation shown below in Figure 19. If the cable is incorrectly installed, the engine can be damaged, and the warranty voided, see page 31. Note 2. Proper installation of the flex cable is essential for engine performance. When installing the flex cable, verify that the flex cable receptacle is fully seated in the engine plug.

  • Page 33: Regulatory Compliance

    Refer to one of the following sections for further explanation. Europe The CE Mark is required on products that incorporate the IS4910 series engine if the products are to be imported into European Economic Area (EEA) countries. Use of the CE Mark requires compliance with directives and standards dependent upon the type of product.

  • Page 34: United States

    It is the manufacturers’ responsibility to comply with the applicable federal regulation(s). The IS4910 series area imaging engine is designed to meet EN55022 Radiated Class B emission limits. The engine was installed in a representative system and tested for compliance.

  • Page 35: Limited Warranty

    Limited Warranty Honeywell International Inc. ("HII") warrants its products and optional accessories to be free from defects in materials and workmanship and to conform to HII’s published specifications applicable to the products purchased at the time of shipment. This warranty does not cover any HII product which is (i) improperly installed or used;...

  • Page 36: Patents

    Patents This Honeywell product may be covered by, but not limited to, one or more of the following U.S. Patents: U.S. Patent No.; 7,086,595; 7,128,266 No license, right or sublicense is granted, either expressly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, under any...

  • Page 37: Index

    Index Aiming... 12, 16, 23 Ambient Light... 12, 14, 15, 16 Ambient Temperture ... 11 Bar Code... 1, 20, 21, 22 Bus... 11, 12, 14, 16, 17 Cable flex ... 2, 22, 26–28 Camera Aperture ... 3, 9 CMOS ... 12, 16 Connector ...

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    Sensor ... 11, 12, 16, 17 Service... 31 Shock... 23, 28 Signal... 11–19, 25, 26 Sleep... 18 Snapshot Mode... 1, 12, 14, 15, 23, 26 Software... 2, 13, 14, 16 Targeting... 3, 16, 19, 25, 26 Temperature ... 23 Threaded Inserts... 7 Timing ...

  • Page 39: Contact Information

    Contact Information The Americas (TA) Tel: 800.436.3876 (Customer Service) 866.460.8033 (Customer Support) 888.633.3762 (Technical Support) Fax: 856.228.6673 (Sales) 856.228.1879 (Marketing) 856.228.0653 (Legal/Finance) Brazil Tel: 55.11.5185.8222 Fax: 55.11.5185.8225 Email: info@br.metrologic.com Mexico Tel: 55.5365.6247 Fax: 55.5362.2544 Email: info@mx.metrologic.com North America Tel: 856.537.6400 866.460.8033 (Customer Service) 888.633.3762 (Technical Support) Fax: 856.537.6474...

  • Page 40: Product Service And Repair

    Product Service and Repair North America Tel: 800.436.3876 (Customer Service) 866.460.8033 (Customer Support) 888.633.3762 (Technical Support) Fax: 856.228.6673 (Sales) Email: info@metrologic.com Suzhou Sales Office Tel: 86-512-67622550 Fax: 86-512-67622560 Email: info@cn.metrologic.com European Repair Center Tel: +34 913 751 249 Fax: +34 913 270 437...

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    Honeywell Scanning and Mobility 90 Coles Road Blackwood, NJ 08012-4683 00-02285 Rev D March 2009...

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