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Manuals Brands Smartek Manuals Security Camera Vision Giganetix GC Series User manual Smartek Vision Giganetix GC Series User Manual Giganetix camera family. Quick Links Download this manual. User Manual. Business Class Products at Economy Prices. SMARTEK d. Related Manuals for Smartek Vision Giganetix GC Series No related manuals. Summary of Contents for Smartek Vision Giganetix GC Series Page 1 User Manual Giganetix Camera Family SMARTEK Vision Business Class Products at Economy Prices www.

Page 2 Users using or selling these products for use in such applications do so at their own risk and agree to fully indemnify SMARTEK d. Page 3 However there may be unintentional and occasional errors for which we apologize. Page 4: Table Of Contents 2. SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Page 5 5. Page 6 5. Page 7: Description Of Product Family Software Development Kit as well as a large number of 3rd-party libraries compliant to the GigE Vision Standard. To use these devices with other software than provided by SMARTEK Vision, please check their user guides.

For detailed information about this convention visit www. Page C-Mount Decrease the risk of electrostatic discharge by taking the following measures: Use conductive materials at the point of installation. Use suitable clothing cotton and shoes. Control the humidity in your environment. Low humidity can cause ESD problems. Page Supported Third-Party Software Native GigEVision interface Cognex Vision Pro Native GigEVision interface Matrox Imaging Library Native GigEVision interface MVTec Halcon National Instruments National Instruments IMAQdx Plugin LabView Plugin provided by SMARTEK Vision Scorpion Vision Table 2: Third-Party Software SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page Smartek Vision Giganetix Camera Models Enhanced version of the Giganetix Camera in an adapted mechanical GCP standard housing design providing a set of high-end sensors and increased hardware capabilities, as well as Power over Ethernet by default.

Table 3: Giganetix Family Camera Lines SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Page 15 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models 2. Page 17 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models 2. Page 20 Avoid any mechanical forces like torsion, tension and compression, e. Page 21 35,00 0,72 26,20 18,40 1,14 29,00 0,51 13,00 12 x M3x0. Page 22 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Mainboard Dimensions: 1,69 43,00 1,42 3,00 0,12 THRU 36,00 Figure 8: Technical measures of board level mainboard all dimensions are in mm [inch] SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 24 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models 2. Page 26 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Page GcC Power consumption aux. Page 29 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 31 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 33 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Page 35 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 37 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Page 39 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 41 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Page 43 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 45 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 47 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 49 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Page 51 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 53 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Page 55 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 57 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GC Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 59 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GCP Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GCP Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Page 61 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GCP Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GCP Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 63 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GCP Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GCP Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Page 65 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GCP Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GCP Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 67 2 SMARTEK Vision Giganetix Camera Models Relative Response Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GCP Monochrome from sensor datasheet Wavelength nm Figure Relative response of GCP Color from sensor datasheet SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Figure pin circular Hirose receptacle - Pin and connector orientation SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

Page 71 The pin connector on the camera is a Hirose receptacle and can be used with a Note HR10APS or equivalent. Only cameras with PoE provide a polarity protection on the power input circuit; Caution voltage reversal on models without PoE will damage the camera! Page 72 10m. Figure Hirose pin plug connector The 12 pin connector for the cable is a Hirose plug HR10APS 73 or Note equivalent.

Caution An incorrect pin alignment or connector can damage the camera. It is protected against solid objects with a diameter larger than 1 mm tools, wires, and small wires and has no protection against liquids. Page Declarations Of Conformity Damir Dolar Dipl.

Hardware Engineer Smartek d. Damir Dolar Dipl. Page Smartek Gigevisionsdk Library GigEVisionSDK API - The GigEVisionSDK offers an application programming interface API for for Gigabit Ethernet Vision GigE Vision cameras. NET, and allows an easy integration of a SMARTEK Vision camera in own software applications. Page User Buffer By default, memory for camera raw images is allocated by driver in kernel space. User application can provide own allocated memory to be used instead.

User buffer example can be found in the API documentation located in the GigEVisionSDK installation folder. Page Gigevisionclient GigE Vision compliant cameras. The binaries can be found within the installation directory, usually located at Page 89 GigEVisionClient installed on other machines.

The GUI save and reset features are accessed through the menu bar or the toolbar, as shown in Figure Page Acquire Images From Camera S 3. Figure Connect Device icon SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Page 92 Figure To receive a continuous image stream from the camera, without having any external trigger signals applied, it must be ensured that the AcquisitionMode is set to Continuous and the TriggerMode is set to Off.

Page 93 A running acquisition can be quit by pressing the Stop-button. Multiple acquisitions can be started in parallel by choosing further cameras, the output of the currently selected device is shown in the Image Display window. Page 94 Figure Preview Dialog and Floating Displays for multiple cameras The maximum number of devices depends on the memory and performance of the Note host PC, as each of the devices will cause an amount of load to the system.

Figure API Settings Additionally the Device tab of the API Settings dialog provides access to the packet statistics on device side. Page Chunk Data Control When chunk mode is enabled and acquisition is started, enabled chunks will be displayed in new tab that appeared under Image Processing Properties. Figure 75 shows chunk data values tab. Figure Chunk Data Values SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2. Page 98 Figure 77 shows CounterAndTimerControl.

Page Image Acquisition The amount of electrical load depends on the strength of the light and the time frame for which the pixels are exposed to light, the so called Exposure or Integration Time. Here the data is segmented into GigE Vision compliant Ethernet packets which are sent over the Ethernet physical interface to the network or capture devices.

Page Ccd Sensor Readout from right to left. Page Multi-Tap Ccd Sensor Readout This causes in slightly dissimilar brightness levels between the taps, shown in Figure 83 leftwhich need to be matched for a proper functioning of the camera depending on the actual device temperature right.

Page Cmos Sensor Readout FPGA. Page Ccd Vs. Cmos - Sensor Performance 8. Anti-blooming - is the ability to easily reduce localized overexposure without ruining the rest of the image in the sensor. CMOS for the most part is immune to typical blooming. CCDs need higher engineering skills and additional hardware to remove blooming. For more detailed description of the debayering methods, please refer to chapter 7.

Page Shutter Types And Frame Readout CMOS sensors tends to be smaller compared to electronic rolling shutter sensors. This is usually compensated by a micro lens above each pixel, which focuses the incoming light to the light sensitive surface. Page Line 1 Line 2 ReadRow Line 3 Line 4 Line 5 Line 6 Line 7 Line 8 ReadRow Line N-1 Line N IlluminationDelay Illumination Exposure Readout Figure Electronic Rolling Shutter Frame Readout SMARTEK Vision Giganetix User Manual Version 2.

For detailed description of the automatic exposure feature please refer to chapter 7. The minimum and maximum gain values for each camera model is shown in 2. Page Automatic Tap Balancing In this process, also the difference in black level on both taps is calculated and corrected if bigger than TbpTapDiffTresholdBL.

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