Bilderfassung von den schnellsten und höchstauflösenden Kameras
Bilderfassung von den schnellsten und höchstauflösenden Kameras

  • Höchste Datenerfassungsrate der Branche
  • 50 Gbit/s (5.000 MB/s) Bandbreite von Kamera zu Host-PC-Speicher


Verwendung von Standard-Koaxialkabeln
Verwendung von Standard-Koaxialkabeln

  • Ein einziges, preiswertes Kabel für Datenübertragung, Kamerasteuerung, Auslöser und Stromversorgung
  • Hohe Zuverlässigkeit und Flexibilität, einsatzbereit in den härtesten Umgebungen


Direkte GPU-Übertragung
Direkte GPU-Übertragung

  • Beispielprogramme für AMD DirectGMA und NVIDIA (CUDA) verfügbar.
  • Direct GPU transfer eliminates unnecessary system memory copies, lowers CPU overhead, and reduces latency, resulting in significant performance improvements in data transfer times for applications.
  • Mit DirectGMA von AMD ist die direkte Erfassung der Bilddaten im GPU-Speicher möglich Kompatibel mit AMD FirePro W5x00 und höher sowie allen Produkten der AMD FirePro S-Serie.


Trigger-Fähigkeiten für Flächenscans

  • Wenn sich das Teil in seiner Position befindet, wird die Erfassung mithilfe eines Triggers ausgelöst. Hardware-Trigger kommen von den Coaxlink I/O-Leitungen. Software-Trigger kommen von der Anwendung.
  • Eine optionale Triggerverzögerung ist verfügbar, um die Erfassung entsprechend einer programmierbaren Zeit zu verschieben.
  • Eine Funktion zur Dezimierung von Triggern ermöglicht das Überspringen einiger Trigger.
  • Mit der Belichtungssteuerung der Kamera kann die Anwendung die Belichtungszeit der Kamera steuern.
  • Nach Beginn der Erfassung generiert die Coaxlink-Karte zum entsprechenden Zeitpunkt ein Signal, das ein an die Ausgangsleitung angeschlossenes Beleuchtungsgerät steuert.


Flexible Zeilenkamera-Anwendung mit einem Rate Converter

  • Der Rate Converter ist ein intelligenter, programmierbarer Frequenzvervielfacher/-teiler.
  • Wird mit Bewegungsencodern und Zeilenkameras verwendet und ermöglicht dem Anwender das Seitenverhältnis der Pixel im Bild auszuwählen.
  • Er bietet eine Möglichkeit, die Erfassungskette so zu kalibrieren, dass problemlos quadratische Pixel (Seitenverhältnis von 1:1) erreicht werden.


Windows-, Linux- und Mac OS-Treiber verfügbar
Windows-, Linux- und Mac OS-Treiber verfügbar

  • Including support for Intel 32-bit and 64-bit platforms as well as ARM 64-bit platforms


PCIe 3.0 (Gen 3) x4/x8 oder PCIe 2.0 (Gen 2) x4 Bus
PCIe 3.0 (Gen 3) x4/x8 oder PCIe 2.0 (Gen 2) x4 Bus

  • Bis zu 6.700 MB/s kontinuierliche Busbandbreite


Robuste Anschlüsse
Robuste Anschlüsse

Coaxlink verwendet DIN 1.0/2.3-Anschlüsse mit Push/Pull-Verriegelungssystem für zuverlässige Verbindungen


Universelle I/O-Leitungen
Universelle I/O-Leitungen

  • Kompatibel mit einer breiten Palette an Sensoren und Bewegungsencodern.
  • Highspeed-Differenzeingänge: Quadratur-Bewegungsencoder unterstützt bis zu 5 MHz.
  • Getrennte Strommesseingänge: 5 V, 12 V, 24 V Signalspannungen akzeptiert, bis zu 50 kHz, einzeln galvanisch getrennt bis 500 VAC RMS.
  • Galvanisch getrennte Kontaktausgänge.
  • 5V-konforme Highspeed-TTL-Eingänge/ LVTTL-Ausgänge.


Trigger-Fähigkeiten für Zeilenscans

Coaxlink unterstützt die kontinuierliche Abtastung von Endlosmaterialien (um endlose, sich kontinuierlich bewegende Oberflächen zu prüfen, ohne eine einzige Zeile auszulassen) und die Abtastung einzelner Objekte (um das Bild von Objekten zu erfassen, die sich vor der Kamera bewegen).

  • Wenn sich das Teil in seiner Position befindet, wird die Erfassung mithilfe eines Triggers ausgelöst. Hardware-Trigger kommen von den I/O-Leitungen der Karte. Software-Trigger kommen von der Anwendung.
  • Nach dem Start wird die Erfassung mit einer der folgenden Optionen fortgesetzt:
    • Unendlich (für Web-Inspektionsanwendungen)
    • Eine programmierbare Anzahl an Zeilen (um das Bild von Objekten mit bekannter Länge zu erfassen)
    • Bis ein End-Trigger empfangen wird (um das Bild von Objekten mit variabler Länge zu erfassen)
  • Eine optionale Triggerverzögerung ist verfügbar, um den Beginn der Erfassung entsprechend einer programmierbaren Anzahl an Zeilen zu verschieben.


Der Coaxlink-Treiber umfasst die folgenden Tools:
Der Coaxlink-Treiber umfasst die folgenden Tools:

  • Genicam Browser: Eine Anwendung, die Zugriff auf die Genicam-Funktionen hat, die von GenTL Producern im System zur Verfügung gestellt werden.
  • GenTL Console: Ein Befehlszeilentool, das Zugriff auf Funktionen und Befehle gibt, die vom Euresys GenTL Producer zur Verfügung gestellt werden.


Unterstützung langer Kabel
Unterstützung langer Kabel

  • 40 Meter bei CXP-6-Geschwindigkeit (6,25 Gbit/s)
  • 100 Meter bei CXP-3-Geschwindigkeit (3 Gbit/s)


Memento Event Logging Tool

  • Memento ist ein fortschrittliches Entwicklungs- und Debugging-Tool für Coaxlink-Karten.
  • Memento zeichnet genaue Protokolle aller mit der Kamera, dem Framegrabber und seinen zugehörigen Treibern sowie der Anwendung im Zusammenhang stehenden Ereignisse auf.
  • It provides the developer with a precise timeline of time-stamped events, along with context information and logic analyzer view.
  • Es bietet wertvolle Hilfe bei der Anwendungsentwicklung und beim Debuggen sowie während des Maschinenbetriebs.


High-Performance DMA (Direct Memory Access)
High-Performance DMA (Direct Memory Access)

  • Direct transfer into user-allocated memory and hardware boards that expose PCI addresses
  • Hardware Scatter-Gather-Unterstützung
  • 64-Bit-Adressierungsfähigkeit


Trigger-Fähigkeiten für Zeilenscans

  • Der Coaxlink-Framegrabber steuert die Abtastrate der Kamera anhand von Signalen, die er von einem Bewegungsencoder empfängt. Wenn sich Teile schneller bewegen, erhöht sich die Zeilenerfassungsrate der Kamera. Wenn sich Teile langsamer bewegen, verringert sich die Zeilenerfassungsrate der Kamera.
  • Die Coaxlink-Karten interpretieren A/B-Signale von Quadratur-Bewegungsencodern, um die Richtung (vorwärts oder rückwärts) des sich bewegenden Teils zu ermitteln.
  • Optional kann der Coaxlink angewiesen werden, Zeilen nur dann zu erfassen, wenn sich das Objekt vorwärts bewegt oder nur dann, wenn es sich rückwärts bewegt.
  • Die sogenannte Funktion „ Backward Motion Cancellation“ unterbricht die Erfassung, wenn eine Rückwärtsbewegung erkannt wird. Die Zeilenerfassung wird automatisch fortgesetzt, wenn sich die Bewegung wieder in die Vorwärtsrichtung ändert, und zwar genau an der Stelle, wo die Erfassung unterbrochen wurde.
  • Mit einem Rate Converter kann die Kamera Zeilen erfassen, die eine programmierbare niedrigere oder höhere Auflösung als die Auflösung des Bewegungsencoders haben. Dies gibt dem Designer während der Entwicklung der Anwendung unglaublich viel Spielraum und Flexibilität.
  • Mit einem Rate Divider kann die Kamera Zeilen mit einer niedrigeren Auflösung als die des Bewegungsencoders erfassen. Er teilt die Frequenz des eingehenden Encodersignals mit einer programmierbaren ganzen Zahl.


Compliant with <a href="https://www.euresys.com/genicam">Genicam</a> Including support for
Compliant with Genicam Including support for

  • GenApi
  • Die Standard Feature Naming Convention (SFNC)
  • GenTL


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Mechanical
Form Factor
PCI Express card
PCI Express card
PCI Express card
Format
Standard profile, half length, 8-lane PCI Express card
Standard profile, half length, 8-lane PCI Express card
Standard profile, half length, 4-lane PCI Express card
Cooling method
Air cooling, fan-cooled heatsink
Air cooling, fan-cooled heatsink
Air cooling, fan-cooled heatsink
Mounting
For insertion in a standard height, 8-lane or higher, PCI Express card slot
For insertion in a standard height, 8-lane or higher, PCI Express card slot
For insertion in a standard height, 4-lane or higher, PCI Express card slot
Connectors
  • 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D' on bracket:
    • 4x HD-BNC female connectors
    • CoaXpress host interface
  • EXTERNAL I/O' on bracket:
    • 26-pin 3-row high-density female sub-D connector
    • I/O lines and power output
  • INTERNAL I/O 1' and 'INTERNAL I/O 2' on PCB:
    • 2x 26-pin 2-row 0.1" pitch pin header with shrouding
    • I/O lines and power output
  • 'AUXILIARY POWER INPUT' on module:
    • 6-pin PEG power socket
    • 12 VDC power input for PoCXP camera(s) and I/O power
  • 'C2C-LINK' on module:
    • 6-pin 2-row 0.1-in header
    • Card to card link
  • 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D', 'E', 'F', 'G', 'H' on bracket:
    • 8x DIN 1.0/2.3 female connectors
    • CoaXpress host interface
  • 'INTERNAL I/O' on PCB:
    • 26-pin 2-row 0.1" pitch pin header with shrouding
    • I/O lines and power output
  • 'I/O EXTENSION' on PCB:
    • 26-pin 2-row 0.05" pitch pin header with shrouding
    • I/O extension lines and power output
  • 'AUXILIARY POWER INPUT' on PCB:
    • 6-pin PEG power socket
    • 12 VDC power input for PoCXP camera(s) and I/O power
  • 'C2C-LINK' on PCB:
    • 6-pin 2-row 0.1-in header
    • Card to card link
  • 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D' on bracket:
    • 4x DIN 1.0/2.3 female connectors
    • CoaXpress host interface
  • 'DA', 'DB', 'DC', 'DD' on bracket:
    • 4x DIN 1.0/2.3 female connectors
    • CoaXpress data forwarding interface
  • 'INTERNAL I/O 2' on PCB:
    • 26-pin 2-row 0.1" pitch pin header with shrouding
    • I/O lines and power output
  • 'AUXILIARY POWER INPUT' on module:
    • 6-pin PEG power socket
    • 12 VDC power input for PoCXP camera(s) and I/O
  • 'C2C-LINK' on module:
    • 6-pin 2-row 0.1-in header
    • Card to card link
Lamp indicators
  • 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D' on bracket:
    • 4x bi-color red/green LEDs
    • CoaXPress Host connector indicator lamps
  • 'FPGA STATUS LAMP' on PCB:
    • Bi-color red/green LED
    • FPGA status lamp
  • 'BOARD STATUS LAMP' on PCB:
    • Bi-color red/green LED
  • 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D', 'E', 'F', 'G', 'H' on bracket:
    • 8x bi-color red/green LEDs
    • CoaXPress Host connector indicator lamps
  • 'FPGA STATUS LAMP' on PCB:
    • Bi-color red/green LED
    • FPGA status lamp
  • 'BOARD STATUS LAMP' on PCB:
    • Bi-color red/green LED
  • 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D' on bracket:
    • 4x bi-color red/green LEDs
    • CoaXPress Host connector indicator lamps
  • 'FPGA STATUS LAMP' on PCB:
    • Bi-color red/green LED
    • FPGA status lamp
  • 'BOARD STATUS LAMP' on PCB:
    • Bi-color red/green LED
Switches
'RECOVERY' on card PCB:
  • 3-pin 1-row 0.1" header
  • Firmware emergency recovery
'RECOVERY' on card PCB:
  • 3-pin 1-row 0.1" header
  • Firmware emergency recovery
'RECOVERY' on card PCB:
  • 3-pin 1-row 0.1" header
  • Firmware emergency recovery
Dimensions
L 167.65 mm x H 111.15 mm L 6.6 in x H 4.38 in
L 167.65 mm x H 111.15 mm L 6.6 in x H 4.38 in
L 167.65 mm x H 111.15 mm L 6.6 in x H 4.38 in
Weight
TBD g, TBD oz
189 g, 6.67 oz
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Host bus
Standard
PCI Express 3.0
PCI Express 3.0
PCI Express 3.0
Link width
  • 8 lanes
  • 1 lane, 2 lanes or 4 lanes with reduced performance
  • 8 lanes
  • 1 lane, 2 lanes or 4 lanes with reduced performance
  • 4 lanes
  • 1 lane or 2 lanes with reduced performance
Link speed
  • 8.0 GT/s (PCIe 3.0)
  • 5.0 GT/s (PCIe 2.0) with reduced performance
  • 8.0 GT/s (PCIe 3.0)
  • 5.0 GT/s (PCIe 2.0) with reduced performance
  • 8.0 GT/s (PCIe 3.0)
  • 5.0 GT/s (PCIe 2.0) with reduced performance
Maximum payload size
512 bytes
512 bytes
512 bytes
DMA
32- and 64-bit
32- and 64-bit
32- and 64-bit
Peak delivery bandwidth
7,800 MB/s
7,800 MB/s
3,900 MB/s
Effective (sustained) delivery bandwidth
6,700 MB/s (Host PC motherboard dependent)
6,700 MB/s (Host PC motherboard dependent)
3,350 MB/s (Host PC motherboard dependent)
Power consumption
Typ. TBD W (TBD W @ +3.3V,TBD W @ +12V), excluding camera and I/O power output
Typ. 22 W (TBD W @ +3.3V,TBD W @ +12V), excluding camera and I/O power output
Typ. 16.8 W (3.8 W @ +3.3V, 13 W @ +12V), excluding camera and I/O power output
Camera / video inputs
Interface standard(s)
CoaXPress 1.0, 1.1, 1.1.1 and 2.0
CoaXPress 1.0, 1.1 and 1.1.1
CoaXPress 1.0, 1.1 and 1.1.1
Connectors
4x HD-BNC CXP-12
8x DIN1.0/2.3 CXP-6
4x DIN1.0/2.3 CXP-6
Status LEDs
1 CoaXPress Host connection status per connector
1 CoaXPress Host connection status per connector
1 CoaXPress Host connection status per connector
Number of cameras
  • One 1- or 2- or 4-connection area-scan camera
  • Two 1- or 2-connection area-scan cameras (TBC)
  • Four 1-connection area-scan cameras (TBC)
  • One 1- or 2- or 4-connection line-scan camera (TBC)
  • Two 1- or 2-connection line-scan cameras (TBC)
  • Four 1-connection line-scan cameras (TBC)
  • Area-scan cameras:
    • One 1- or 2- or 4- or 8-connection camera
    • One or two 1- or 2- or 4-connection cameras
    • Up to four 1- or 2-connection cameras
    • One 1- or 2- or 4-connection camera and up to four 1-connection cameras
    • Up to eight 1-connection cameras
  • Line-scan cameras:
    • One 1- or 2- or 4- or 8-connection camera
    • One or two 1- or 2- or 4-connection cameras
  • Area-scan cameras:
    • One 1- or 2- or 4-connection camera
  • Line-scan cameras:
    • One 1- or 2- or 4-connection camera
Line-scan cameras supported
Yes
Yes
Yes
Maximum aggregated camera data transfer rate
50 Gbit/s (5,000 MB/s)
50 Gbit/s (5,000 MB/s)
25 Gbit/s (2,500 MB/s)
Supported CXP down-connection speeds
1.25 GT/s (CXP-1), 2.5 GT/s (CXP-2), 3.125 GT/s (CXP-3), 5 GT/s (CXP-5), 6.25 GT/s (CXP-6), 10.0 GT/s (CXP-10), and 12.5 GT/s (CXP-12)
1.25 GT/s (CXP-1), 2.5 GT/s (CXP-2), 3.125 GT/s (CXP-3), 5 GT/s (CXP-5), and 6.25 GT/s (CXP-6)
1.25 GT/s (CXP-1), 2.5 GT/s (CXP-2), 3.125 GT/s (CXP-3), 5 GT/s (CXP-5), and 6.25 GT/s (CXP-6)
Number of CXP data streams (per camera)
1 data stream per camera
1 data stream per camera
1 data stream per camera
Maximum CXP stream packet size
16,384 bytes
16,384 bytes
16,384 bytes
PoCXP (Power over CoaXPress)
  • PoCXP Safe Power:
    • 17 W of 24V DC regulated power per CoaXPress connector
    • PoCXP Device detection and automatic power-on
    • Overload and short-circuit protections
  • On-board 12V to 24V DC/DC converter
  • A +12V power source must be connected to the AUXILIARY POWER INPUT connector using a 6-pin PEG cable
  • PoCXP Safe Power:
    • 17 W of 24V DC regulated power per CoaXPress connector
    • PoCXP Device detection and automatic power-on
    • Overload and short-circuit protections
  • On-board 12V to 24V DC/DC converter
  • A +12V power source must be connected to the AUXILIARY POWER INPUT connector using a 6-pin PEG cable
  • PoCXP Safe Power:
    • 17 W of 24V DC regulated power per CoaXPress connector
    • PoCXP Device detection and automatic power-on
    • Overload and short-circuit protections
  • On-board 12V to 24V DC/DC converter
  • A +12V power source must be connected to the AUXILIARY POWER INPUT connector using a 6-pin PEG cable
Camera types
  • Area-scan cameras:
    • Gray-scale and color (RGB and Bayer CFA)
    • Single-tap (1X-1Y) progressive-scan
  • Line-scan cameras and contact imaging sensors:
    • Gray-scale and color RGB
  • Area-scan cameras:
    • Gray-scale and color (RGB and Bayer CFA)
    • Single-tap (1X-1Y) progressive-scan
  • Line-scan cameras and contact imaging sensors:
    • Gray-scale and color RGB
  • Area-scan cameras:
    • Gray-scale and color (RGB and Bayer CFA)
    • Single-tap (1X-1Y) progressive-scan
  • Line-scan cameras and contact imaging sensors:
    • Gray-scale and color RGB
Camera pixel formats supported
Raw, Monochrome, Bayer, RGB, and RGBA (PFNC names):
  • Raw
  • Mono8, Mono10, Mono12, Mono14, Mono16
  • BayerXX8, BayerXX10, BayerXX12, BayerXX14, BayerXX16 where XX = GR, RG, GB, or BG
  • RGB8, RGB10, RGB12, RGB14, RGB16
  • RGBA8, RGBA10, RGBA12, RGBA14, RGBA16
Raw, Monochrome, Bayer, RGB, and RGBA (PFNC names):
  • Raw
  • Mono8, Mono10, Mono12, Mono14, Mono16
  • BayerXX8, BayerXX10, BayerXX12, BayerXX14, BayerXX16 where XX = GR, RG, GB, or BG
  • RGB8, RGB10, RGB12, RGB14, RGB16
  • RGBA8, RGBA10, RGBA12, RGBA14, RGBA16
Raw, Monochrome, Bayer, RGB, and RGBA (PFNC names):
  • Raw
  • Mono8, Mono10, Mono12, Mono14, Mono16
  • BayerXX8, BayerXX10, BayerXX12, BayerXX14, BayerXX16 where XX = GR, RG, GB, or BG
  • RGB8, RGB10, RGB12, RGB14, RGB16
  • RGBA8, RGBA10, RGBA12, RGBA14, RGBA16
Area-scan camera control
Trigger
  • Precise control of asynchronous reset cameras, with exposure control.
  • Support of camera exposure/readout overlap.
  • Support of external hardware trigger, with optional delay and trigger decimation.
  • Precise control of asynchronous reset cameras, with exposure control.
  • Support of camera exposure/readout overlap.
  • Support of external hardware trigger, with optional delay and trigger decimation.
  • Precise control of asynchronous reset cameras, with exposure control.
  • Support of camera exposure/readout overlap.
  • Support of external hardware trigger, with optional delay and trigger decimation.
Strobe
  • Accurate control of the strobe position for strobed light sources.
  • Support of early and late strobe pulses.
  • Accurate control of the strobe position for strobed light sources.
  • Support of early and late strobe pulses.
  • Accurate control of the strobe position for strobed light sources.
  • Support of early and late strobe pulses.
Line-scan camera control
Scan/page trigger
  • Precise control of start-of-scan and end-of-scan triggers.
  • Support of external hardware trigger, with optional delay.
  • Support of infinite acquisition, without missing line, for web inspection applications.
  • Precise control of start-of-scan and end-of-scan triggers.
  • Support of external hardware trigger, with optional delay.
  • Support of infinite acquisition, without missing line, for web inspection applications.
  • Precise control of start-of-scan and end-of-scan triggers.
  • Support of external hardware trigger, with optional delay.
  • Support of infinite acquisition, without missing line, for web inspection applications.
Line trigger
  • Support for quadrature motion encoders, with programmable noise filters, selection of acquisition direction and backward motion compensation.
  • Rate Converter tool for fine control of the pixel aspect ratio: Rate Conversion Ratio in the range 0.001 to 1000 with an accuracy better than 0.1%.
  • Rate Divider tool
  • Support for quadrature motion encoders, with programmable noise filters, selection of acquisition direction and backward motion compensation.
  • Rate Converter tool for fine control of the pixel aspect ratio: Rate Conversion Ratio in the range 0.001 to 1000 with an accuracy better than 0.1%.
  • Rate Divider tool
  • Support for quadrature motion encoders, with programmable noise filters, selection of acquisition direction and backward motion compensation.
  • Rate Converter tool for fine control of the pixel aspect ratio: Rate Conversion Ratio in the range 0.001 to 1000 with an accuracy better than 0.1%.
  • Rate Divider tool
Line strobe
  • Accurate control of the strobe position for strobed light sources.
  • Accurate control of the strobe position for strobed light sources.
  • Accurate control of the strobe position for strobed light sources.
On-board processing
On-board memory
2 GB
2 GB
1 GB
Image data stream processing
  • Unpacking of 10-/12-/14-bit to 16-bit with selectable justification to LSb or MSb
  • Optional swap of R and B components
  • Little endian conversion
  • Unpacking of 10-/12-/14-bit to 16-bit with selectable justification to LSb or MSb
  • Optional swap of R and B components
  • Little endian conversion
  • Unpacking of 10-/12-/14-bit to 16-bit with selectable justification to LSb or MSb
  • Optional swap of R and B components
  • Little endian conversion
Data stream statistics
  • Measurement of:
    • Frame rate (Area-scan only)
    • Line rate
    • Data rate
  • Configurable averaging interval
  • Measurement of:
    • Frame rate (Area-scan only)
    • Line rate
    • Data rate
  • Configurable averaging interval
  • Measurement of:
    • Frame rate (Area-scan only)
    • Line rate
    • Data rate
  • Configurable averaging interval
Event signaling and counting
  • The application software can be notified of the occurrence of various events:
    • Standard event: the EVENT_NEW_BUFFER event notifies the application of newly filled buffers
    • A large set of custom events
  • Custom events sources:
    • I/O Toolbox events
    • Camera and Illumination control events
    • CoaXPress data stream events
    • CoaXPress host interface events
  • Each custom event is associated with a 32-bit counter that counts the number of occurrences
  • The last three 32-bit context data words of the event context data can be configured with event-specific context data:
    • Event-specific data
    • State of all System I/O lines sampled at the event occurrence time
    • Value of any event counter
  • The application software can be notified of the occurrence of various events:
    • Standard event: the EVENT_NEW_BUFFER event notifies the application of newly filled buffers
    • A large set of custom events
  • Custom events sources:
    • I/O Toolbox events
    • Camera and Illumination control events
    • CoaXPress data stream events
    • CoaXPress host interface events
  • Each custom event is associated with a 32-bit counter that counts the number of occurrences
  • The last three 32-bit context data words of the event context data can be configured with event-specific context data:
    • Event-specific data
    • State of all System I/O lines sampled at the event occurrence time
    • Value of any event counter
  • The application software can be notified of the occurrence of various events:
    • Standard event: the EVENT_NEW_BUFFER event notifies the application of newly filled buffers
    • A large set of custom events
  • Custom events sources:
    • I/O Toolbox events
    • Camera and Illumination control events
    • CoaXPress data stream events
    • CoaXPress host interface events
  • Each custom event is associated with a 32-bit counter that counts the number of occurrences
  • The last three 32-bit context data words of the event context data can be configured with event-specific context data:
    • Event-specific data
    • State of all System I/O lines sampled at the event occurrence time
    • Value of any event counter
Input LUT (Lookup Table)
  • Available for monochrome cameras
    • 8 to 8 bits
    • 10 to 8, 10 or 16 bits
    • 12 to 8, 12 or 16 bits
  • Available for monochrome cameras
    • 8 to 8 bits
    • 10 to 8, 10 or 16 bits
    • 12 to 8, 12 or 16 bits
  • Available for monochrome cameras
    • 8 to 8 bits
    • 10 to 8, 10 or 16 bits
    • 12 to 8, 12 or 16 bits
General Purpose Inputs and Outputs
Number of lines
20 I/O lines:
  • 4 differential inputs (DIN)
  • 4 singled-ended TTL inputs/outputs (TTLIO)
  • 8 isolated inputs (IIN)
  • 4 isolated outputs (IOUT)
10 I/O lines on INTERNAL I/O connector:
  • 2 differential inputs (DIN)
  • 2 singled-ended TTL inputs/outputs (TTLIO)
  • 4 isolated inputs (IIN)
  • 2 isolated outputs (IOUT)
NOTE: The number of I/O lines can be extended using I/O modules attached to the I/O EXTENSION connector.
10 I/O lines:
  • 2 differential inputs (DIN)
  • 2 singled-ended TTL inputs/outputs (TTLIO)
  • 4 isolated inputs (IIN)
  • 2 isolated outputs (IOUT)
Usage
  • Any I/O input lines can be used by any LIN tool of the I/O Toolbox
  • Selected pairs of I/O input lines can be used by any QDC tool of the I/O toolbox to decode A/B signals of a motion encoder
  • The LIN and QDC tools outputs can be further processed by the other tools (DIV, MDV, DEL) of the I/O toolbox to generate any of the following "trigger" events:
    • The "cycle trigger" of the Camera and Illumination controller
    • The "cycle sequence trigger" of the Camera and Illumination controller
    • The "start-of-scan trigger" of the Acquisition Controller (line-scan only)
    • The "end-of-scan trigger" of the Acquisition Controller (line-scan only)
  • Any I/O input lines can be used by any LIN tool of the I/O Toolbox
  • Selected pairs of I/O input lines can be used by any QDC tool of the I/O toolbox to decode A/B signals of a motion encoder
  • The LIN and QDC tools outputs can be further processed by the other tools (DIV, MDV, DEL) of the I/O toolbox to generate any of the following "trigger" events:
    • The "cycle trigger" of the Camera and Illumination controller
    • The "cycle sequence trigger" of the Camera and Illumination controller
    • The "start-of-scan trigger" of the Acquisition Controller (line-scan only)
    • The "end-of-scan trigger" of the Acquisition Controller (line-scan only)
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Electrical specifications
  • DIN: High-speed differential inputs compatible with ANSI/EIA/TIA-422/485 differential line drivers and complementary TTL drivers
  • TTLIO: High-speed 5V-compliant TTL inputs or LVTTL outputs, compatible with totem-pole LVTTL, TTL, 5V CMOS drivers or LVTTL, TTL, 3V CMOS receivers
  • IIN: Isolated current-sense inputs with wide voltage input range up to 30V, compatible with totem-pole LVTTL, TTL, 5V CMOS drivers, RS-422 differential line drivers, potential free contacts, solid-state relays and opto-couplers
  • IOUT: Isolated contact outputs compatible with 30V / 100mA loads
  • DIN: High-speed differential inputs compatible with ANSI/EIA/TIA-422/485 differential line drivers and complementary TTL drivers
  • TTLIO: High-speed 5V-compliant TTL inputs or LVTTL outputs, compatible with totem-pole LVTTL, TTL, 5V CMOS drivers or LVTTL, TTL, 3V CMOS receivers
  • IIN: Isolated current-sense inputs with wide voltage input range up to 30V, compatible with totem-pole LVTTL, TTL, 5V CMOS drivers, RS-422 differential line drivers, potential free contacts, solid-state relays and opto-couplers
  • IOUT: Isolated contact outputs compatible with 30V / 100mA loads
  • DIN: High-speed differential inputs compatible with ANSI/EIA/TIA-422/485 differential line drivers and complementary TTL drivers
  • TTLIO: High-speed 5V-compliant TTL inputs or LVTTL outputs, compatible with totem-pole LVTTL, TTL, 5V CMOS drivers or LVTTL, TTL, 3V CMOS receivers
  • IIN: Isolated current-sense inputs with wide voltage input range up to 30V, compatible with totem-pole LVTTL, TTL, 5V CMOS drivers, RS-422 differential line drivers, potential free contacts, solid-state relays and opto-couplers
  • IOUT: Isolated contact outputs compatible with 30V / 100mA loads
Polarity control
Yes
Yes
Yes
Filter control
  • Glitch removal filter available on all System I/O input lines
  • Configurable filter time constants:
    • for DIN and TTLIO lines: 50 ns, 100 ns, 200 ns, 500 ns,1 µs
    • for IIN lines: 500 ns, 1 µs, 2 µs, 5 µs, 10 µs
  • Glitch removal filter available on all System I/O input lines
  • Configurable filter time constants:
    • for DIN and TTLIO lines: 50 ns, 100 ns, 200 ns, 500 ns,1 µs
    • for IIN lines: 500 ns, 1 µs, 2 µs, 5 µs, 10 µs
  • Glitch removal filter available on all System I/O input lines
  • Configurable filter time constants:
    • for DIN and TTLIO lines: 50 ns, 100 ns, 200 ns, 500 ns,1 µs
    • for IIN lines: 500 ns, 1 µs, 2 µs, 5 µs, 10 µs
Power output
Non-isolated, +12V, 1A, with electronic fuse protection
  • From AUXILIARY POWER connector to INTERNAL I/O and I/O EXTENSION connectors:
    • Non-isolated +12V, 1A, with electronic fuse protection
  • From PCI Express connector io I/O EXTENSION connector:
    • Non-isolated, +3.3V, unprotected
Non-isolated, +12V, 1A, with electronic fuse protection
I/O Toolbox tools
The I/O Toolbox is a configurable interconnection of tools that generates events (usually triggers) from input lines. The composition of the toolset is product- and firmware-dependent.
  • Line Input tool (LIN): Edge detector delivering events on rising or falling edges of any selected input line.
  • Quadrature Decoder tool (QDC): A composite tool including:
    • A quadrature edge detector delivering events on selected transitions of selected pairs of input lines.
    • An optional backward motion compensator for clean line-scan image acquisition when the motion is unstable.
    • A 32-bit up/down counter for delivering a position value.
  • Divider tool (DIV): to generate an event every nth input events from any I/O toolbox event source.
  • Multiplier/divider tool (MDV): to generate m events every d input events from any I/O toolbox event source.
  • Delay tool (DEL): to delay up to 16 events from one or two I/O toolbox event sources, by a programmable time or number of motion encoder ticks (any QDC events).
  • User Actions Scheduler tool (UAS): to delegate the execution of User Actions at a scheduled time or encoder position. Possible user actions include setting low/high/toggle any bit of the User Output Register or generation of any User Events.
The I/O Toolbox is a configurable interconnection of tools that generates events (usually triggers) from input lines. The composition of the toolset is product- and firmware-dependent.
  • Line Input tool (LIN): Edge detector delivering events on rising or falling edges of any selected input line.
  • Quadrature Decoder tool (QDC): A composite tool including:
    • A quadrature edge detector delivering events on selected transitions of selected pairs of input lines.
    • An optional backward motion compensator for clean line-scan image acquisition when the motion is unstable.
    • A 32-bit up/down counter for delivering a position value.
  • Divider tool (DIV): to generate an event every nth input events from any I/O toolbox event source.
  • Multiplier/divider tool (MDV): to generate m events every d input events from any I/O toolbox event source.
  • Delay tool (DEL): to delay up to 16 events from one or two I/O toolbox event sources, by a programmable time or number of motion encoder ticks (any QDC events).
  • User Actions Scheduler tool (UAS): to delegate the execution of User Actions at a scheduled time or encoder position. Possible user actions include setting low/high/toggle any bit of the User Output Register or generation of any User Events.
The I/O Toolbox is a configurable interconnection of tools that generates events (usually triggers) from input lines. The composition of the toolset is product- and firmware-dependent.
  • Line Input tool (LIN): Edge detector delivering events on rising or falling edges of any selected input line.
  • Quadrature Decoder tool (QDC): A composite tool including:
    • A quadrature edge detector delivering events on selected transitions of selected pairs of input lines.
    • An optional backward motion compensator for clean line-scan image acquisition when the motion is unstable.
    • A 32-bit up/down counter for delivering a position value.
  • Divider tool (DIV): to generate an event every nth input events from any I/O toolbox event source.
  • Multiplier/divider tool (MDV): to generate m events every d input events from any I/O toolbox event source.
  • Delay tool (DEL): to delay up to 16 events from one or two I/O toolbox event sources, by a programmable time or number of motion encoder ticks (any QDC events).
  • User Actions Scheduler tool (UAS): to delegate the execution of User Actions at a scheduled time or encoder position. Possible user actions include setting low/high/toggle any bit of the User Output Register or generation of any User Events.
I/O Toolbox composition
Firmware-dependent I/O toolbox composition:
  • 1-camera: 8 LIN, 1 QDC, 1 DIV, 1 MDV, 2 DEL, 1 UAS
8 LIN, 1 QDC, 1 DIV, 1 MDV, 2 DEL, 1 UAS
Firmware-dependent I/O toolbox composition:
  • 1-camera: 8 LIN, 1 QDC, 1 DIV, 1 MDV, 2 DEL, 1 UAS
  • 1-df-camera: 8 LIN, 1 QDC, 1 DIV, 1 MDV, 2 DEL, 1 UAS
  • 1-line-scan: 8 LIN, 1 QDC, 1 DIV, 1 MDV, 2 DEL, 1 UAS
  • 1-df-line-scan: 8 LIN, 1 QDC, 1 DIV, 1 MDV, 2 DEL, 1 UAS, 2 EIN
C2C-Link
Description
  • Allows to accurately synchronize the trigger and start-of-exposure of multiple grabber-controlled area-scan and line-scan cameras.
  • C2C-Link is able to synchronize cameras connected
    • to the same Coaxlink card
    • to different cards in the same PC (requires an accessory cable such as the "3303 C2C-Link Ribbon Cable" or a custom-made C2C-Link cable)
    • to different cards in different PCs (requires one "1636 InterPC C2C-Link Adapter" for each PC and one RJ 45 CAT 5 STP straight LAN cable for each adapter but the last one)
  • Allows to accurately synchronize the trigger and start-of-exposure of multiple grabber-controlled area-scan and line-scan cameras.
  • C2C-Link is able to synchronize cameras connected
    • to the same Coaxlink card
    • to different cards in the same PC (requires an accessory cable such as the "3303 C2C-Link Ribbon Cable" or a custom-made C2C-Link cable)
    • to different cards in different PCs (requires one "1636 InterPC C2C-Link Adapter" for each PC and one RJ 45 CAT 5 STP straight LAN cable for each adapter but the last one)
  • Allows to accurately synchronize the trigger and start-of-exposure of multiple grabber-controlled area-scan and line-scan cameras.
  • C2C-Link is able to synchronize cameras connected
    • to the same Coaxlink card
    • to different cards in the same PC (requires an accessory cable such as the "3303 C2C-Link Ribbon Cable" or a custom-made C2C-Link cable)
    • to different cards in different PCs (requires one "1636 InterPC C2C-Link Adapter" for each PC and one RJ 45 CAT 5 STP straight LAN cable for each adapter but the last one)
Specification
  • Maximum distance
    • 60 cm inside a PC
    • 1200 m cumulated adapter to adapter cable length
  • Maximum trigger rate
    • 2.5 MHz for configurations using a single PC, or up to 10 PCs and 100 m total C2C-Link cable length
    • 200 kHz for configurations up to 32 PCs and 1200m total C2C-Link cable length
  • Trigger propagation delay from master to slave devices
    • Less than 10 ns for cameras on the same Coaxlink card or on different Coaxlink cards in the same PC
    • Less than 265 ns for cameras on different Coaxlink cards in different PCs (3 PCs and 40m total C2C-Link cable length)
  • Maximum distance
    • 60 cm inside a PC
    • 1200 m cumulated adapter to adapter cable length
  • Maximum trigger rate
    • 2.5 MHz for configurations using a single PC, or up to 10 PCs and 100 m total C2C-Link cable length
    • 200 kHz for configurations up to 32 PCs and 1200m total C2C-Link cable length
  • Trigger propagation delay from master to slave devices
    • Less than 10 ns for cameras on the same Coaxlink card or on different Coaxlink cards in the same PC
    • Less than 265 ns for cameras on different Coaxlink cards in different PCs (3 PCs and 40m total C2C-Link cable length)
  • Maximum distance
    • 60 cm inside a PC
    • 1200 m cumulated adapter to adapter cable length
  • Maximum trigger rate
    • 2.5 MHz for configurations using a single PC, or up to 10 PCs and 100 m total C2C-Link cable length
    • 200 kHz for configurations up to 32 PCs and 1200m total C2C-Link cable length
  • Trigger propagation delay from master to slave devices
    • Less than 10 ns for cameras on the same Coaxlink card or on different Coaxlink cards in the same PC
    • Less than 265 ns for cameras on different Coaxlink cards in different PCs (3 PCs and 40m total C2C-Link cable length)
Software
Host PC Operating System
  • Microsoft Windows 10, 8.1, 7 for x86 (32-bit) and x86-64 (64-bit) processor architectures
  • Linux for x86 (32-bit), x86-64 (64-bit) and aarch64 (64-bit) processor architectures
  • macOS for x86-64 (64-bit) processor architecture
Refer to release notes for details
  • Microsoft Windows 10, 8.1, 7 for x86 (32-bit) and x86-64 (64-bit) processor architectures
  • Linux for x86 (32-bit), x86-64 (64-bit) and aarch64 (64-bit) processor architectures
  • macOS for x86-64 (64-bit) processor architecture
Refer to release notes for details
  • Microsoft Windows 10, 8.1, 7 for x86 (32-bit) and x86-64 (64-bit) processor architectures
  • Linux for x86 (32-bit), x86-64 (64-bit) and aarch64 (64-bit) processor architectures
  • macOS for x86-64 (64-bit) processor architecture
Refer to release notes for details
APIs
EGrabber class, with C++ and .NET APIs:
  • .NET assembly designed to be used with development environments compatible with .NET frameworks version 2.0 or higher
GenICam GenTL producer libraries compatible with C/C++ compilers:
  • x86 dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of x86 applications
  • x86_64 dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of x86_64 applications
  • aarch64 dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of aarch64 applications
EGrabber class, with C++ and .NET APIs:
  • .NET assembly designed to be used with development environments compatible with .NET frameworks version 2.0 or higher
GenICam GenTL producer libraries compatible with C/C++ compilers:
  • x86 dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of x86 applications
  • x86_64 dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of x86_64 applications
  • aarch64 dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of aarch64 applications
EGrabber class, with C++ and .NET APIs:
  • .NET assembly designed to be used with development environments compatible with .NET frameworks version 2.0 or higher
GenICam GenTL producer libraries compatible with C/C++ compilers:
  • x86 dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of x86 applications
  • x86_64 dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of x86_64 applications
  • aarch64 dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of aarch64 applications
Memento
Compatible with Memento Event Logging tool
Compatible with Memento Event Logging tool
Compatible with Memento Event Logging tool
Environmental conditions
Operating ambient air temperature
0 to +55 °C / +32 to +131 °F
0 to +55 °C / +32 to +131 °F
0 to +55 °C / +32 to +131 °F
Operating ambient air humidity
10 to 90% RH non-condensing
10 to 90% RH non-condensing
10 to 90% RH non-condensing
Storage ambient air temperature
-20 to +70 °C / -4 to +158 °F
-20 to +70 °C / -4 to +158 °F
-20 to +70 °C / -4 to +158 °F
Storage ambient air humidity
10 to 90% RH non-condensing
10 to 90% RH non-condensing
10 to 90% RH non-condensing
Certifications
Electromagnetic - EMC standards
  • European Council EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
  • United States FCC rule 47 CFR 15
  • European Council EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
  • United States FCC rule 47 CFR 15
  • European Council EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
  • United States FCC rule 47 CFR 15
EMC - Emission
  • EN 55022:2010 Class B
  • FCC 47 Part 15 Class B
  • EN 55022:2010 Class B
  • FCC 47 Part 15 Class B
  • EN 55022:2010 Class B
  • FCC 47 Part 15 Class B
EMC - Immunity
  • EN 55024:2010 Class B
  • EN 61000-4-3
  • EN 61000-4-4
  • EN 61000-4-6
  • EN 55024:2010 Class B
  • EN 61000-4-3
  • EN 61000-4-4
  • EN 61000-4-6
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Flammability
PCB compliant with UL 94 V-0
PCB compliant with UL 94 V-0
PCB compliant with UL 94 V-0
RoHS
European Union Directive 2011/65/EU (ROHS2)
European Union Directive 2011/65/EU (ROHS2)
European Union Directive 2011/65/EU (ROHS2)
REACH
European Union Regulation 1907/2006
European Union Regulation 1907/2006
European Union Regulation 1907/2006
WEEE
Must be disposed of separately from normal household waste and must be recycled according to local regulations
Must be disposed of separately from normal household waste and must be recycled according to local regulations
Must be disposed of separately from normal household waste and must be recycled according to local regulations
Ordering Information
Included accessories
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  • 3304 - HD26F I/O Adapter Cable
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  • Druckinspektion für Etiketten
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