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Cat. No. Z207-E1-01
Smart Sensors
ZFV Series
USER MANUAL

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  • Page 1: User Manual

    Cat. No. Z207-E1-01 Smart Sensors ZFV Series USER MANUAL...

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    APPLICATION CONSIDERATIONS (Please read first) INTRODUCTION FEATURES SECTION 1 INSTALLATION & CONNECTION SECTION 2 SETUP SECTION 3 APPENDIX SECTION 4 User’s Manual Smart Sensors with Ultra-high-speed CCD Camera ZFV Series...

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    PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR STRICT LIABILITY. In no event shall responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the product on which liability is asserted. IN NO EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR OTHER CLAIMS REGARDING THE PRODUCTS UNLESS OMRON’S ANALYSIS CONFIRMS THAT THE PRODUCTS...

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    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. Actual performance is subject to the OMRON Warranty and Limitations of Liability.

  • Page 7: Precautions For Safe Use

    • Do not attempt to dismantle, repair, or modify the product. • Dispose of this product as industrial waste. • Should you notice any abnormalities, immediately stop use, turn OFF the power sup- ply, and contact your OMRON representative. User’s Manual...

  • Page 8: Precautions For Correct Use

    Introduction Precautions for Correct Use Precautions for Correct Use Please observe the following precautions to prevent failure to operate, malfunctions, or undesirable effects on product performance. (1) Installation Site Do not install the product in locations subjected to the following conditions: •...

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    Introduction Precautions for Correct Use (3) Orientation when Installing the Amplifier Unit To improve heat radiation, install the Amplifier Unit only in the orientation shown below. Right Do not install the Amplifier Unit in the following orientations. Wrong Wrong (4) Maintenance and Inspection •...

  • Page 10: User's Manual

    Setting Banks Overview Setting Banks Cross-header The ZFV Series can hold up to eight sets of settings. These settings can be switched externally when changing the device setup Overview of the A set of these settings is called a “bank.”...

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    Introduction Editor's Note ■ Meaning of Symbols Menu items that are displayed on the Amplifier Unit’s LCD screen are indicated enclosed by brackets [aa]. ■ Visual Aids Indicates points that are important to ensure full product performance, such as operational precautions and application procedures.

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    Introduction CONTENTS CONTENTS Precautions for Safe Use Precautions for Correct Use Editor's Note Page Format CONTENTS SECTION 1 FEATURES ZFV Smart sensor Features Basic Configuration Part Names and Functions SECTION 2 INSTALLATION & CONNECTION About Installation and Connection Amplifier Unit Attaching the ferrite core Installing the Amplifier Unit Gang mounting...

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    Introduction CONTENTS SECTION 3 SETUP Setting Flow About Setup Basic Knowledge for Operation List of Setting Items in MENU mode Executing Teaching Teaching Flow Types of Teaching Adjusting Threshold Values Performing Measurement Setting Banks Switching banks Copying banks Clearing banks Setting the bank switching method Setting the System Environment Adjusting the measurement speed...

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    Introduction CONTENTS Customizing Measurement conditions Common items PATTERN/SEARCH, MATCH BRIGHT AREA WIDTH POSITION COUNT CHARA/CHARA 1, CHARA 2 SECTION 4 APPENDIX Troubleshooting Error Messages and Remedies Q&A Run Mode Display Item List Specifications and External Dimensions Sensor Head Amplifier Unit Panel Mount Adapters Control Link Unit INDEX...

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    Introduction CONTENTS MEMO User’s Manual...

  • Page 16: Section 1 Features

    Section 1 FEATURES ZFV Smart sensor Features Basic Configuration Part Names and Functions User’s Manual...

  • Page 17: Zfv Smart Sensor Features

    Section 1 ZFV Smart sensor Features ZFV Smart sensor Features The ZFV sensor senses objects by its “surface.” How objects are being sensed can be easily set while verifying on the LCD monitor. The ZFV also incorporates a 250,000-pixel CCD equivalent to that of a Conventional machine vision sensor.

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    Section 1 ZFV Smart sensor Features (3) Business Card-size Amplifier Unit • The Amplifier Unit is designed to be compact so that it can be installed at a wide range of sites. Specifications and External Dimensions p.83 • Outstanding operate ease has been achieved by a 1.8″color LCD motor, an industry- first icon-based menu, and simple key layout.

  • Page 19: Basic Configuration

    Section 1 Basic Configuration Basic Configuration The figure below shows the Basic Configuration of the ZFV Series. Sensor Head Detects workpieces as images. • Narrow view type ZFV-SR10 • Wide view type ZFV-SR50 Amplifier Unit Used for confirming images and menus, performing measurement processing, and outputting the result of processing.

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    Section 1 Basic Configuration ● Example 1 In this configuration, multiple parts of an image from a single Sensor Head are mea- sured and multiple inspection item are performed. Example) Inspection of the number of leads ● Example 2 In this configuration, multiple Sensor heads are used to simultaneously inspect multiple locations on a workpiece.

  • Page 21: Part Names And Functions

    Section 1 Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions The following describes the names and functions of parts on the Amplifier Unit and Sensor Head. ■ Amplifier Unit (7) Sensor Head connector (1) OUTPUT indicator (2) RUN indicator (6) LCD monitor (3) Control keys (4) Menu selector switch (5) Mode selector switch...

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    Section 1 Part Names and Functions (5) Mode selector switch This switch selects the operating mode. MENU...Select this mode when setting measurement conditions. ADJ...Select this mode when adjusting the judgment threshold value. RUN...Select this mode when performing measurement. Output is performed only when the RUN mode is currently selected. (6) LCD monitor The LCD monitor displays setup menus and images captured from the Sensor Head.

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    Section 1 Part Names and Functions ■ Sensor Head (5) Focus adjustment control (1) Lighting part (6) Ventilation film (2) Receiver part (4) Sensor Head mounting fixture (3) Connector (1) Lighting part This section emits light. (2) Receiver part This section captures the image. (3) Connector This connector is connected to the Amplifier Unit.

  • Page 24: Section 2 Installation & Connection

    Section 2 INSTALLATION & CONNECTION About Installation and Connection Amplifier Unit Attaching the ferrite core Installing the Amplifier Unit Gang mounting About the I/O cable Timing charts Sensor Head Attaching the ferrite core Installing the mounting fixture Installing the Sensor Head Connecting the Sensor Head User’s Manual...

  • Page 25: About Installation And Connection

    Section 2 About Installation and Connection About Installation and Connection ■ Checking the installation environment Read “Precautions for Safe Use” at the beginning of this manual, and check the instal- lation environment. ■ Checking the installation site Read “Precautions for Correct Use” at the beginning of this manual, and check the installation site.

  • Page 26: Amplifier Unit

    Section 2 Amplifier Unit Amplifier Unit This section describes installation of the Amplifier Unit, and connection of the I/O cable. Before connecting/disconnecting peripheral devices, make sure that the Smart Sensor is turned OFF. The Smart Sensor may break down if the Smart Sensor is connected or disconnected while the power is ON.

  • Page 27: Installation Procedure

    Section 2 Amplifier Unit ● Installation procedure Hook the connector end of the Amplifier Unit onto the DIN track. Hook on connector Push the Amplifier Unit down onto the DIN Hook on I/O cable track until the hook on the I/O cable side is locked.

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    Section 2 Amplifier Unit ■ Mounting on a panel The Panel Mount Adapters (sold separately ZS-XPM1) can be used to mount the Amplifier Unit on a panel. Panel Mount Adapters p.87 Push out the Amplifier Unit from the rear of Panel the panel towards the front.

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    Section 2 Amplifier Unit Install the Amplifier Unit with Mount Adapters Panel attached onto the panel from the front. Take care not to pinch the I/O cable. Hook the hooks of the mounting fixture onto the two holes of the smaller Mount Adapters Mounting fixture and tighten the screws.

  • Page 30: Gang Mounting

    Section 2 Amplifier Unit Gang mounting Up to five Amplifier Units can be gang-mounted. Application Expanded Configuration p.16 ■ Installing on the DIN track Amplifier Units can be easily mounted on the 35-mm DIN track. DIN track (sold separately) PFP-100N (1 m) PFP-50N (0.5 m) PFP-100N2 (1 m) End plate (sold separately)

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    Section 2 Amplifier Unit ● Removal procedure Slide the Amplifier Unit, and remove from the connector on the Controller Link Unit. Controller Link Unit Slide the Controller Link Unit and remove from the connector on the Amplifier Unit. Install the cover on the coupler of the Amplifier Unit.

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    Section 2 Amplifier Unit ■ Mounting on a panel The Panel Mount Adapters (sold separately ZS-XPM1/XPM2) can be used to mount the Amplifier Unit on a panel. Panel Mount Adapters p.87 Install the Amplifier Unit on the DIN track. p.27 When mounting on a panel, be sure to install the DIN track on the rear side of the Amplifier Unit for support.

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    Section 2 Amplifier Unit Install the long Mount Adapters on the two Panel Mount Adapters holes on the small Mount Adapter. Install the long Mount Adapters only on both sides of gang-mounted Amplifier Units. Panel Mount Adapters Install the Amplifier Unit with Mount Adapters Panel attached onto the panel from the front.

  • Page 34: About The I/o Cable

    Section 2 Amplifier Unit About the I/O cable The following shows the leads that comprise the I/O cable. Brown (1) Power supply Blue (2) GND Black (3) OUTPUT* Orange (4) ENABLE Light blue (5) ERROR Yellow (6) TEACH* Pink (7) TRIG* Gray (8) BANK1* Green...

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    Section 2 Amplifier Unit (6) TEACH (teaching input) There are two teaching modes, workpiece stop teaching and workpiece move teaching. These teaching modes can be selected in the menu. Selecting the teaching mode from an external device p.59 (7) TRIG (measurement trigger input) There are two measurement modes, synchronous measurement and continuous measurement.

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    Section 2 Amplifier Unit ● PNP output type (ZFV-A15/A25) Brown Power supply (24VDC) Yellow TEACH Pink TRIG Gray BANK1 Green BANK2 BANK3 Blue GND(0V) Light blue ERROR 24VDC Orange ENABLE Load Black OUTPUT Load Load User’s Manual...

  • Page 37: Timing Charts

    Section 2 Amplifier Unit Timing charts The following shows the timing charts when communication is performed with external devices. ■ Measurement ● Continuous measurement Measurement is performed continuously for the duration that the TRIG signal is ON. The measurement result is updated, and output to external devices at each measure- ment cycle.

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    Section 2 Amplifier Unit ■ Teaching ● Workpiece stop teaching Teaching processing is performed according to TRIG signal input after the TEACH sig- nal is input from the outside. Measurement is not performed while teaching is being performed. Do not move the workpiece until teaching is completed. TEACH TRIG ENABLE...

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    Section 2 Amplifier Unit ● Workpiece move teaching Use this teaching mode when the object cannot be stopped. Teaching processing is divided up and performed in synchronous with the TRIG signal input after the TEACH signal is input from the outside. Teaching must be processed six times.

  • Page 40: Sensor Head

    Section 2 Sensor Head Sensor Head This section describes how to install and connect the Sensor Head. Attaching the ferrite core Attach the ferrite core (provided with the Smart Sensor) to the connector side of the Sensor Head. Ferrite core Installing the mounting fixture Attach the mounting fixture (provided with the Smart Sensor) to the side of the Sensor Head.

  • Page 41: Installing The Sensor Head

    Section 2 Sensor Head ■ Removal procedure Insert a regular screwdriver into the gap (one of the two gaps) between the mounting fixture and the Sensor Head case, and remove the mounting fixture. Mounting fixture Installing the Sensor Head This section describes how to install the Sensor Head. The detection range of the Sensor Head can be confirmed by the guide light.

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    Section 2 Sensor Head • ZFV-SR50 Setting distance L (mm) Detection range H Setting distance L (mm) (mm) 9 10 Detection range H (mm) (Example) When using a ZFV-SR50 Sensor Head at a detection range of 25 mm required for the location of the sensing object, the set- ting distance of Sensor Head becomes 95mm.

  • Page 43: Connecting The Sensor Head

    Section 2 Sensor Head ■ Installation procedure Install the Sensor Head at the installation distance obtained in the above graphs. Turn the focus adjustment control to the left and right to adjust the focus. Focus adjustment control Focus can be verified by the green guide light. Adjust so that the guide light is fine foned.

  • Page 44: Section 3 Setup

    Section 3 SETUP Setting Flow About Setup Basic Knowledge for Operation List of Setting Items in MENU mode Executing Teaching Teaching Flow Types of Teaching Adjusting Threshold Values Performing Measurement Setting Banks Switching banks Copying banks Clearing banks Setting the bank switching method Setting the System Environment Adjusting the measurement speed Selecting the measurement timing...

  • Page 45: Setting Flow

    Section 3 Setting Flow Setting Flow Installation and Connection SECTION 2 Set the Sensor Head and Amplifier Unit. INSTALLATION & CONNECTION p.22 Power ON Adjusting the Image SECTION 2 Adjust the focus of the image. INSTALLATION & CONNECTION p.40 (Only when Amplifier Units are gang-mounted) Settings in an application extended connection Set the processing details for each Amplifier p.63...

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    Section 3 Setting Flow Setting Banks Use multiple banks for changeover. p.58 Adjusting the measurement speed p.59 Setting Up the System Selecting the measurement timing p.59 Environment Selecting the teaching mode from an external device p.59 Setting/canceling the “Eco” mode p.60 Changing the Input/Output p.61...

  • Page 47: About Setup

    Section 3 About Setup About Setup Basic Knowledge for Operation ■ Switching Modes There are 3 operating modes as follows. Switch to the desired mode before you start operation. To switch the operating mode, use the mode switch. Mode Description MENU mode This mode is for executing teaching or setting up the measurement conditions.

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    Section 3 About Setup ■ Displays and Key Operations Make setups using the control keys while viewing the menus and the image displayed on the LCD monitor. ● Display The details that are displayed differ according to the operating mode. •...

  • Page 49: List Of Setting Items In Menu Mode

    Section 3 About Setup List of Setting Items in MENU mode The following shows the setting items in MENU mode The details that are displayed differ according to the currently selected setup menu (STD or EXP). Switch the setup menu by the menu selector switch according to your specific requirements.

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    Section 3 About Setup Setting content Default value Selection item/Setting range Pages [ITEM]:[POSITION] p.70 COLOR WHITE BLACK, WHITE p.70 DIRECTION [ITEM]:[COUNT] p.71 COLOR WHITE BLACK, WHITE p.71 DIRECTION [ITEM]:[CHARACTER1] p.73 MODE NONE, MODEL, EDGE MODE DTL p.73 MODEL p.74 COLOR BLACK BLACK, WHITE p.74...

  • Page 51: Executing Teaching

    Section 3 Executing Teaching Executing Teaching Execute teaching, and set the measurement conditions. Project the image to be used as the accepted image as the details set in teaching are used as the reference in judgment. Teaching Flow There are two ways of executing teaching, by key operation and by external signals. The following shows a procedure for teaching by key operation.

  • Page 52: Types Of Teaching

    Section 3 Executing Teaching Types of Teaching Select the type of teaching according to the detection content. The details that are displayed differ according to the model of Amplifier Unit that you are using. Detection Content Type of Teaching to Select Pages Pattern/shape/presence PATTERN/SEARCH, MATCH...

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    Section 3 Executing Teaching Item Description Example of Application PATTERN MATCH Select this item for detecting shapes and recognizing differ- Recognition of differ- ent objects. ent kind of instruction Judgment is performed by comparing the degree of match sheet between a registered model and the target workpiece. Com- pared with [SEARCH], more detailed detection is possible, and larger workpieces can be detected.

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    Section 3 Executing Teaching Item Description Example of Application WIDTH * Select this item to detect width or interval. Detection of lead width Set the teaching area to the part of the workpiece to perform on capacitors or other measurement in, and execute teaching. electronic components Detection of bent Example) To measure width...

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    Section 3 Executing Teaching Item Description Example of Application CHARA* CHARA 1 Select this item to detect the presence of an entire character Detection of presence string printed on a plain background.Judgment is performed of entire character by comparing the changes in density (brightness) of a regis- string such as the tered character string.

  • Page 56: Adjusting Threshold Values

    Section 3 Adjusting Threshold Values Adjusting Threshold Values Threshold values are adjusted to determine the range for OK judgments. Adjust the threshold values referring to the currently indicated measurement results. The adjustment details differ according to the currently set teaching mode. ■...

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    Section 3 Adjusting Threshold Values ■ AREA ●Switch to ADJ Mode. ●Adjustment of area value Contrast image Binary image Can be set on either image. Measured value Upper/lower Lower Upper limit limit limit LEFT/RIGHT keys:Select upper limit/lower limit. UP/DOWN keys: Change values.

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    Section 3 Adjusting Threshold Values ■ POSITION ●Switch to ADJ Mode. ●Adjustment of edge position ●Adjustment of edge level Edge level Measured value Amount Amount Edge level of shift of shift UP/DOWN keys: Change values. • When edge detection direction is UP/DOWN keys: Change values.

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    Section 3 Adjusting Threshold Values ■ CHARA 1 ●Switch to ADJ Mode. ●Adjustment of correlation value Measured value Density distribution value UP/DOWN keys: Change values. Setting item Range Details of Adjustment Density distribution 0 to 100 This is the value that is judged as OK when the density deviation value value during teaching is taken to be 100%.

  • Page 60: Performing Measurement

    Section 3 Performing Measurement Performing Measurement When the mode is switched to the RUN mode, measurement is executed, and the measurement result is output to the external device. ■ Switching the display during measurement The display details are switched by pressing the TEACH/VIEW key during measure- ment.

  • Page 61: Setting Banks

    Section 3 Setting Banks Setting Banks The ZFV Series can hold up to eight sets of settings. These settings can be switched externally when changing the device setup A set of these settings is called a “bank.” Switching banks BANK 1 is selected as the default. BANK 2 and 8 are also available.

  • Page 62: Setting The System Environment

    Section 3 Setting the System Environment Setting the System Environment Adjusting the measurement speed Set the resolution of the input image. Change the resolution according to the required precision and speed of measurement. MENU Mode-[SYS1]-[IMAGE RATE] Setting Description FINE Select this when performing measurement by a high-precision image. Note, how- ever, that it takes longer to perform measurements.

  • Page 63: Setting/canceling The "eco" Mode

    Section 3 Setting the System Environment Setting/canceling the “Eco” mode Whether or not to darken the screen when a preset time has passed without any operation. We recommend setting this mode to [ON] to prevent the brightness of the LCD screen from being impaired.

  • Page 64: Changing The Input/output Conditions

    Section 3 Changing the Input/output Conditions Changing the Input/output Conditions Selecting the ON conditions Set whether to turn the OUTPUT signal ON when OK is judged or when NG is judged. MENU Mode-[SYS2]-[OUTPUT]-[ON STATUS] Setting Description OK ON Turns the OUTPUT signal ON when OK is judged. NG ON (default value) Turns the OUTPUT signal ON when NG is judged.

  • Page 65: Setting The On Delay Time

    Section 3 Changing the Input/output Conditions ■ Selecting one-shot output ON/OFF Set whether or not to enable one-shot output on the OUTPUT signal. MENU Mode-[SYS2]-[OUTPUT]-[ONE SHOT] Setting Description OFF (default value) One-shot output is not performed. One-shot output is performed. When one-shot output is set to [ON], the OFF delay time setting is disabled.

  • Page 66: Setting The Off Delay Time

    Section 3 Settings during application extended connection Setting the OFF delay time Set this item to delay the timing that the OUTPUT signal turns OFF. OUTPUT ON at OK judgment in continuous measurement Judged as NG Judged as OK Judged as NG OUTPUT Delay time MENU Mode-[SYS2]-[OUTPUT]-[OFF DELAY]...

  • Page 67: Specifying The Amplifier Unit To Input The Trigger

    Section 3 Settings during application extended connection Specifying the Amplifier Unit to input the trigger Set whether or not to input the TRIG signal to an Amplifier Unit. MENU Mode-[SYS2]-[LINKSET]-[TRIG] Setting Description I/O (default value) Set to only the Amplifier Unit to which the TRIG signal is to be input. LINK Synchronizes to the TRIG signal from the Amplifier Unit gang-mounted on the right side.

  • Page 68: Customizing Measurement Conditions

    Section 3 Customizing Measurement conditions Customizing Measurement conditions The display items from [CUSTM] onwards differ according to the teaching type set at [ITEM]. Common items ■ Adjusting light emission Adjust the intensity of the light emitted from Sensor Head. The light intensity of each adjusted section is displayed as a 4-digit number. Top surface (model printed surface) View from here...

  • Page 69: Pattern/search, Match

    Section 3 Customizing Measurement conditions PATTERN/SEARCH, MATCH ■ Changing the search area Change the area to search the model in. Searches can be performed in the entire detection range. However, restricting the search area can reduce the processing time and increase detection accuracy. Specify the top left and bottom right of the search area.

  • Page 70: Bright

    Section 3 Customizing Measurement conditions BRIGHT ■ Changing the detection content Select the content whose brightness is to be detected. MENU Mode-[CUSTM]-[METHOD] Setting Description AVERAGE (default value) Performs detection using brightness (average density value). Whether or not an object is lighter or darker is detected by referring to the den- sity during teaching.

  • Page 71: Area

    Section 3 Customizing Measurement conditions AREA ■ Reversing black-and-white images Reverse the currently displayed binary image. As white pixels are targeted for measurement, select which part of the measured area is to be set to white pixels. MENU Mode-[CUSTM]-[COLOR] Setting Description WHITE (default value) Select which part of the measurement area is to be set as white pixels.

  • Page 72: Width

    Section 3 Customizing Measurement conditions WIDTH ■ Specifying edge detection conditions Set the direction in which edges are searched and the change in density. Example) Teaching area To detect this width COLOR : BLACK DIRECTION : ● Selecting the color of edges Select the direction of density change for the edge to be detected.

  • Page 73: Position

    Section 3 Customizing Measurement conditions POSITION ■ Specifying edge detection conditions Set the direction in which edges are searched and the change in density. Example) To detect this position COLOR : BLACK DIRECTION : ● Selecting the color of edges Select the direction of density change for the edge to be detected.

  • Page 74: Count

    Section 3 Customizing Measurement conditions COUNT ■ Specifying edge detection conditions Set the direction in which edges are searched and the change in density. Example) To detect this number COLOR : BLACK DIRECTION : ● Selecting the color of edges Select the direction of density change for the edge to be detecte.

  • Page 75: Chara/chara 1, Chara 2

    Section 3 Customizing Measurement conditions CHARA/CHARA 1, CHARA 2 ■ Set the model registration conditions for characters This item is displayed only when [CHARA 2] is set. Select the number of characters in the preset teaching area. Select the number of characters being within a certain number of characters on one or two lines.

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    Section 3 Customizing Measurement conditions ■ Select whether or not to perform Position compensation Set Position compensation for improving detection accuracy in the following instances: When printed text is out of When there is a pattern in position the detection range MENU Mode-[CUSTM]-[MODE] Setting Description...

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    Section 3 Customizing Measurement conditions ● Specifying edge detection conditions Set this when [EDGE] is selected to [MODE]. Set the direction in which edges are searched and the change in density. Example) To correction position by this edge COLOR : BLACK EDGE: •...

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    Section 3 Customizing Measurement conditions ■ Changing the search area Change the area to search edges or the model in. Specify the top left coordinate and bottom left coordinate of the area. Search area Search area MENU Mode-[CUSTM]-[MODE DTL]-[SEARCH AREA] When searching edges Measurement can be performed only when the search area contains an edge.

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    Section 3 Customizing Measurement conditions MEMO User’s Manual...

  • Page 80: Section 4 Appendix

    Section 4 APPENDIX Troubleshooting Error Messages and Remedies Q&A Run Mode Display Item List Specifications and External Dimensions INDEX User’s Manual...

  • Page 81: Troubleshooting

    Section 4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting This section describes countermeasures for temporary hardware problems. Check the malfunction in this section before sending the hardware for repair. Problem Probable cause and possible countermeasure Pages OUTPUT indicator does not lit. • Check the setting of [SYS2]-[OUTPUT]-[ON STATUS]. p.61 To lit the indicator (OUTPUT signal ON) when the judgment is OK, select [OK ON], and to lit the indicator (OUTPUT signal ON) when...

  • Page 82: Error Messages And Remedies

    NECTED SYSTEM ERROR Failed to configure FPGA. Faulty Amplifier Unit ERROR CODE ?? Failed to initialize LCD. Contact your OMRON representative. Failed to recognize Amplifier Unit. Failed to load data from flash memory. Faulty hardware operation Faulty software operation TEACHING The workpiece is not projected correctly.

  • Page 83: Q&a

    Section 4 Q&A Q&A Question Answer Can I turn LED light emission of the Sensor Yes, you can. Head OFF? [CUSTM]-[Set LIGHT] to [0000]. p.65 What should I do to set the measurement There are two ways of setting a shorter measurement time: time as short as possible? •...

  • Page 84: Run Mode Display Item List

    Section 4 Run Mode Display Item List Run Mode Display Item List The following tables show the characters that are displayed on the LCD monitor and their meanings Characters in parentheses ( ) are the characters that are displayed in the enlarged display mode.

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    Section 4 Run Mode Display Item List ● COUNT Display Characters Meaning COUNT(CNT) Count ● CHARA 1 Display Characters Meaning Area value (value obtained by normalizing with area value during teaching taken as 100) DENAVE(DAV) Density average value DENDEV(DEV) Density distribution value User’s Manual...

  • Page 86: Specifications And External Dimensions

    Section 4 Specifications and External Dimensions Specifications and External Dimensions Sensor Head ZFV-SR10/SR50 (Unit: mm) 2-M4 depth 6 17.9 1/4-20 UNC depth 6 30.1 Mounting hole dimensions 2-M4 Mounting fixture can be attached on each side. 20 0.1 67.9 17.9 Heat-resistant PVC shielded cable (6.36) 5.8 mm dia.

  • Page 87

    Section 4 Specifications and External Dimensions Item ZFV-SR10 (Narrow View) ZFV-SR50 (Wide View) Setting distance (L) 34 to 49 mm 38 to 194 mm Detection range (H×V) 5 × 4.6 mm to 9 × 8.3 mm 10 × 9.2 mm to 50 × 46 mm Relation between set- ting distance and Setting distance...

  • Page 88: Amplifier Unit

    Section 4 Specifications and External Dimensions Amplifier Unit ZFV-A (Unit: mm) 23.2 23.4 14.8 Heat-resistant PVC shielded cable 5.2 mm dia. standard length 2 m. 52.5 11.7 dia. User’s Manual...

  • Page 89

    Section 4 Specifications and External Dimensions Single-function Models Standard Models Item ZFV-A10 ZFV-A15 ZFV-A20 ZFV-A25 Output method Inspection items Pattern (PTRN), Brightness (BRGT) Patterns (PTRN), Brightness (BRGT), Area (AREA), Width (WID), Position (POSI), Count (CNT), Characters (CHAR) Teaching area Rectangular, one area Teaching area size •...

  • Page 90: Panel Mount Adapters

    Section 4 Specifications and External Dimensions Panel Mount Adapters ZS-XPM1/XPM2 When mounting on a panel (Unit: mm) (60 n)+12 Panel 60 n DIN track Panel Panel Mount (37.5) Adaptor (Note 1) Note 1 : Dimensions are shown for a panel thickness of 2.0 mm. Panel cutout dimensions (60 n)+8 n : Number of gang-mounted controllers (1 to 10)

  • Page 91: Control Link Unit

    Section 4 Specifications and External Dimensions Control Link Unit ZS-XCN (Unit: mm) 39.50 4.60 Item ZS-XCN Ambient temperature Operating: 0 to 50°C, Storage: -15 to +60°C (with no icing or condensation) Ambient humidity Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation) Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz, 0.7-mm double amplitude, 80 min each in X, Y, and Z directions (destructive)

  • Page 92: Index

    Section 4 INDEX INDEX Size/area Width ADJ mode Detection range 38, 84 Adjusting light emission DEVIATION ALL CLEAR DIRECTION 69, 70, 71, 74 Amplifier Unit Attaching the ferrite core Installing the Amplifier Unit Specifications and External “ECO” MODE Dimensions “Eco” mode Application Expanded Configuration 16 Edge Application extended connection...

  • Page 93

    Section 4 INDEX LIGHT Part Names and Functions Amplifier Unit Sensor Head Position Power supply MDL DIV MEAS TYPE Measurement Adjusting the measurement speed ROTATION Measurement time Rotation range Measurement timing RUN mode Switching the display during measurement MENU mode Description of MENU mode SEARCH AREA 66, 75...

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    Section 4 INDEX CHARA 1 CHARA 2 COUNT MATCH POSITION SEARCH WIDTH Timing charts Continuous measurement Synchronous measurement TRIG VERSION Version Wide View User’s Manual...

  • Page 95: Revision History

    Section 4 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 of this manual. Z207-E1-01 Cat. No. Revision code Revision code Date Revised contents August 2004 Original production User’s Manual...

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    Terms. Please EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ABOUT NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABIL- contact your Omron representative to confirm any additional terms for sales ITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE GOODS. from your Omron company.

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    For US technical support or other inquiries: 800.556.6766 OMRON CANADA, INC. Milner Avenue Toronto, Ontario M 416.286.6465 OMRON ON-LINE Global - http://www.omron.com USA - http://www.omron.com/oei Canada - http://www.omron.ca Z207-E1-01 12/04/185 ©2004 OMRON ELECTRONICS LLC Specifications subject to change without notice. Printed in the U.S.A.

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