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Coaxlink Quad 3D-LLE

Quad CXP-6 frame grabber with on-board laser line extraction for 3D profiling

Coaxlink Quad 3D-LLE

The Highlight Features

  • Laser line extraction with zero host CPU usage
  • Real-time generation of 16-bit 3D height maps
  • Choice of algorithms: Maximum, Peak, Center of Gravity (COG)
  • Precision: up to 1/256 pixel (with Peak and COG algorithms)
  • Performance: 19,000 profiles/s from 1024 x 128 images. 38,000 profiles/s from 1024 x 64 images

Benefits

  • Laser line extraction with zero host CPU usage
  • Real-time generation of 16-bit 3D height maps
  • Acquire images from the fastest and highest resolution cameras
  • Dual laser line extraction
  • Long cable support
  • Robust connectors for reliable connections
  • General purpose I/O lines
  • Area-scan triggering capabilities
  • Compliant with Genicam
  • Windows, Linux and macOS drivers available
  • Developed with the support of the DG06 Technology Development Department

Applications

  • Machine Vision for the Electronic Manufacturing Industry
  • Machine Vision for the General Manufacturing Industries
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ModelCoaxlink Quad 3D-LLE
FormatStandard profile, half length, 4-lane PCI Express card
Cooling methodAir cooling, fan-cooled heatsink
MountingFor insertion in a standard height, 4-lane or higher, PCI Express card slot
Connectors1. 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D' on bracket:
o 4x DIN 1.0/2.3 female connectors
o CoaXPress host interface
2. 'EXTERNAL I/O' on bracket:
o 26-pin 3-row high-density female sub-D connector
o I/O lines and power output
3. 'INTERNAL I/O 1' and 'INTERNAL I/O 2' on PCB:
o 2x 26-pin 2-row 0.1" pitch pin header with shrouding
o I/O lines and power output
4. 'AUXILIARY POWER INPUT' on module:
o 6-pin PEG power socket
o 12 VDC power input for PoCXP camera(s) and I/O power
5. 'C2C-LINK' on module:
o 6-pin 2-row 0.1-in header
o Card to card link

LED indicators1. 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D' on bracket:
o Bi-color red/green LEDs
o CoaXPress Host connector indicator
2. 'FPGA STATUS LAMP' on PCB:
o Bi-color red/green LED
o FPGA status indicator
3. 'BOARD STATUS LAMP' on PCB:
o Bi-color red/green LED
o Board status indicator
Switches'RECOVERY' on PCB:
• 3-pin 1-row 0.1" header or 2-way DIP switch
• Firmware emergency recovery
DimensionsPCB L X H: 167.65 mm x 111.15 mm, 6.6 in x 4.38 in
Weight
180 g, 6.35 oz
StandardPCI Express 2.0
Link width• 4 lanes
• 1 lane or 2 lanes with reduced performance
Link speed• 5.0 GT/s (PCIe 2.0)
• 2.5 GT/s (PCIe 1.0) with reduced performance
Maximum payload size512 bytes
DMA32- and 64-bit
Peak delivery bandwidth2,000 MB/s
Effective (sustained) delivery bandwidth1,700 MB/s (Host PC motherboard dependent)
Power consumptionTyp. 16.8 W (3.8 W @ +3.3V, 13 W @ +12V), excluding camera and I/O power output
Interface standard(s)CoaXPress 1.0, 1.1 and 1.1.1
ConnectorsFour DIN1.0/2.3 75 Ohms CXP-6
Status LEDsOne CoaXPress Host connection status LED per connection
Number of camerasOne 1- or 2- or 4-connection camera
Maximum aggregated camera data transfer rate25 Gbit/s (2,500 MB/s)
Supported CXP down-connection speeds1.25 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
Maximum CXP stream packet size16,384 bytes
PoCXP (Power over CoaXPress)1. PoCXP Safe Power:
o 17 W of 24V DC regulated power per CoaXPress connector
o PoCXP Device detection and automatic power-on
o Overload and short-circuit protections
2. On-board 12V to 24V DC/DC converter
3. A +12V power source must be connected to the AUXILIARY POWER INPUT connector using a 6-pin PEG cable
Camera types• Grayscale area-scan cameras
Camera pixel formats supportedMono8
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.
Strobe
* Accurate control of the strobe position for strobed light sources.
* Support of early and late strobe pulses.
On-board memory1 GB
Image data stream processingLaser Line Extraction (LLE) processing core to compute the vertical position of one detected laser line along a ROI using one of the following algorithms:
1. Maximum Detection algorithm
o Maximum ROI width: 8192 pixels
o Maximum ROI height: 65536 pixels
o Depth map format: 16-bit unsigned integer number
o Accuracy: 1 pixel
2. 8-bit Maximum Detection algorithm
o Maximum ROI width: 8192 pixels
o Maximum ROI height: 256 pixels
o Depth map format: 8-bit unsigned integer number
o Accuracy: 1 pixel
3. Peak Detection algorithm
o Maximum ROI width: 8192 pixels
o Maximum ROI height: 2048 pixels
o Depth map format: UQ11.5 fixed-point unsigned number
o Accuracy: 1/32 pixel
4. High accuracy Peak Detection algorithm
o Maximum ROI width: 8192 pixels
o Maximum ROI height: 256 pixels
o Depth map format: UQ8.8 fixed-point unsigned number
o Accuracy: 1/256 pixel
5. Center Of Gravity algorithm
o Maximum ROI width: 8192 pixels
o Maximum ROI height: 2048 pixels
o Depth map format: UQ11.5 fixed-point unsigned number
o Accuracy: 1/32 pixel
6. High accuracy Center Of Gravity algorithm
o Maximum ROI width: 8192 pixels
o Maximum ROI height: 256 pixels
o Depth map format: UQ8.8 fixed-point unsigned number
o Accuracy: 1/256 pixel
Data stream statistics1. Measurement of:
o Frame rate (Area-scan only)
o Line rate
o Data rate
2. Configurable averaging interval
Event signaling and counting1. The application software can be notified of the occurrence of various events:
o Standard event: the EVENT_NEW_BUFFER event notifies the application of newly filled buffers
o A large set of custom events
2. Custom events sources:
o I/O Toolbox events
o Camera and Illumination control events
o CoaXPress data stream events
o CoaXPress host interface events
3. Each custom event is associated with a 32-bit counter that counts the number of occurrences
4. The last three 32-bit context data words of the event context data can be configured with event-specific context data:
o Event-specific data
o State of all System I/O lines sampled at the event occurrence time
o Value of any event counter
Number of lines20 I/O lines:
• 4 differential inputs (DIN)
• 4 singled-ended TTL inputs/outputs (TTLIO)
• 8 isolated inputs (IIN)
• 4 isolated outputs (IOUT)
UsageAny 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
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
NOTE: IIN and IOUT lines provide a functional isolation grade for the circuit technical protection. It does not provide an isolation that can protect a human being from electrical shock!
Filter control1. Glitch removal filter available on all System I/O input lines
2. Configurable filter time constants:
o for DIN and TTLIO lines: 50 ns, 100 ns, 200 ns, 500 ns, 1 µs
o for IIN lines: 500 ns, 1 µs, 2 µs, 5 µs, 10 µs
Polarity controlYes
Power outputNon-isolated, +12V, 1A, with electronic fuse protection
I/O Toolbox toolsThe I/O Toolbox is a configurable interconnection of tools that generates events (usually triggers):
1. Line Input tool (LIN): edge detector delivering events on rising or falling edges of any selected input line.
2. Quadrature Decoder tool (QDC): a composite tool including:
o A quadrature edge detector delivering events on selected transitions of selected pairs of input lines.
o An optional backward motion compensator for clean line-scan image acquisition when the motion is unstable.
o A 32-bit up/down counter for delivering a position value.
3. Device Link Trigger tool (DLT): delivers an event on reception of a valid high-speed CoaXPress 2.0 connection trigger packet message from the remote device.
4. 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.
5. 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).
6. Divider tool (DIV): to generate an event every nth input events from any I/O toolbox event source.
7. Multiplier/divider tool (MDV): to generate m events every d input events from any I/O toolbox event source.
8. The 'Input Tools' (LIN, QDC, DLT and UAS) can be further processed by the 'Event Tools' (DEL, DIV and MDV) to generate any of the following "trigger" events:
o The "cycle trigger" of the Camera and Illumination controller
o The "cycle sequence trigger" of the Camera and Illumination controller
o The "start-of-scan trigger" of the Acquisition Controller (line-scan only)
o The "end-of-scan trigger" of the Acquisition Controller (line-scan only)
I/O Toolbox composition8 LIN, 1 QDC, 1 UAS, 2 DEL, 1 DIV, 1 MDV, 2 C2C
C2C-Link
Description* Accurate synchronization of the trigger and the start-of-exposure of multiple grabber-controlled area-scan cameras.
* Accurate synchronization of the start-of-cycle, start-of-scan and end-of-scan of multiple grabber-controlled line-scan cameras.
Specification* C2C-Link synchronizes cameras connected to:
* the same 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)
* 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 card or on different cards in the same PC
* Less than 265 ns for cameras on different cards in different PCs (3 PCs and 40m total C2C-Link cable length)
Software
Host PC Operating System* Microsoft Windows 11, 10, 8.1, 7 for x86-64 (64-bit) processor architecture
* Linux for x86-64 (64-bit) and AArch64 (64-bit) processor architectures
* macOS for x86-64 (64-bit) and AArch64 (64-bit) processor architectures
APIs* EGrabber class, with C++ and .NET APIs: .NET assembly designed to be used with development environments compatible with .NET frameworks version 4.0 or higher
* GenICam GenTL producer libraries compatible with C/C++ compilers:
* 'x86_64' dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of x86-64 (64-bit) applications
* 'aarch64' dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of AArch64 (64-bit) applications
Environmental conditions
Operating ambient air temperature0 to +55 °C / +32 to +131 °F
Operating ambient air humidity10 to 90% RH non-condensing
Storage ambient air temperature-20 to +70 °C/ -4 to +158 °F
Storage ambient air humidity10% to 90% RH non-condensing
Certifications
Electromagnetic - EMC standards* European Council EMC Directive 2014/30/EU
* United States FCC rule 47 CFR 15
EMC - Emission* EN 55032:2015 / CISPR 32:2012 Class B
* FCC 47 Part 15 Class B
EMC - Immunity* EN 55024:2010 / CISPR 24:2010
* EN 61000-4-2:2009
* EN 61000-4-3:2006
* EN 61000-4-4:2004
* EN 61000-4-6:2014
FlammabilityPCB compliant with UL 94 V-0
KC CertificationKorean Radio Waves Act, Article 58-2, Clause 3
RoHSEuropean Union Directive 2015/863 (ROHS3)
REACHEuropean Union Regulation 1907/2006
WEEEMust be disposed of separately from normal household waste and must be recycled according to local regulations

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