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Table of Contents
  • Specifications, Requirements, and Precautions

    11
  • General Specifications

    12
  • Spectral Response for Mono Cameras

    16
  • Spectral Response for Color Cameras

    19
  • Mechanical Specifications

    22
  • Maximum Thread Length on Color Cameras

    24
  • Mechanical Stress Test Results

    25
  • Software Licensing Information

    26
  • Avoiding EMI and ESD Problems

    27
  • Environmental Requirements

    28
  • Precautions

    29
  • Installation

    33
  • Tools for Changing Camera Parameters

    35
  • The pylon API

    36
  • Basler Network Drivers and Parameters

    37
  • The Basler Filter Driver

    38
  • The Basler Performance Driver

    39
  • Transport Layer Parameters

    47
  • Network Related Camera Parameters and Managing Bandwidth

    49
  • Managing Bandwidth When Multiple Cameras Share a Single Network Path

    56
  • A Procedure for Managing Bandwidth

    57
  • Camera Functional Description

    63
  • Physical Interface

    65
  • Connector Pin Assignments and Numbering

    66
  • RJ-45 Jack Pin Assignments

    67
  • Connector Types

    68
  • Cabling Requirements

    69
  • PLC Power and I/O Cable

    71
  • Camera Power

    72
  • Ethernet GigE Device Information

    73
  • Input and Output Lines

    74
  • Line Schematic

    76
  • Output Line

    77
  • Output Line Response Time

    79
  • I/O Control

    81
  • Using an Unassigned Input Line to Receive a User Input Signal

    82
  • Configuring the Output Line

    83
  • Setting the State of the User Settable Output Line

    84
  • Setting the Output Line for Invert

    85
  • Working with the Timer

    86
  • Setting a Timer Delay Time

    87
  • Setting a Timer Duration Time

    88
  • Checking the State of the I/O Lines

    91
  • Image Acquisition Control

    93
  • Means for Controlling Image Acquisition in Standard Mode

    95
  • Legacy and standard mode

    99
  • The Acquisition Start Trigger in Standard Mode

    101
  • Acquisition Start Trigger Mode (Standard Mode)

    102
  • Acquisition Frame Count (Standard Mode)

    103
  • Using a Software Acquisition Start Trigger (Standard Mode)

    105
  • Using a Hardware Acquisition Start Trigger (Standard Mode)

    106
  • Setting the Parameters Related to Hardware Acquisition Start Triggering and Applying a Hardware Trigger Signal

    107
  • The Frame Start Trigger in Standard Mode

    108
  • Frame Start Trigger Mode (Standard Mode)

    109
  • Frame Start Trigger Mode = On

    110
  • Setting the Frame Start Trigger Mode and Related Parameters

    111
  • Using a Software Frame Start Trigger (Standard Mode)

    112
  • Setting the Parameters Related to Software Frame Start Triggering and Applying a Software Trigger Signal

    113
  • Using a Hardware Frame Start Trigger (Standard Mode)

    114
  • Exposure Modes

    115
  • Frame Start Trigger Delay

    117
  • The Acquisition Start Trigger in Legacy Mode

    119
  • Acquisition Start Trigger Mode (Legacy Mode)

    120
  • Acquisition Start Trigger Mode = On

    121
  • Parameters

    122
  • Using a Software Acquisition Start Trigger (Legacy Mode)

    123
  • Setting the Parameters Related to Software Acquisition Start Triggering and Applying a Software Trigger Signal

    124
  • Using a Hardware Acquisition Start Trigger (Legacy Mode)

    125
  • Acquisition Start Trigger Delay

    128
  • Exposure Time Parameters

    131
  • Use Case Diagrams

    133
  • Overlapping Exposure and Sensor Readout

    143
  • Guidelines for Overlapped Operation

    144
  • Acquisition Monitoring Tools

    145
  • Acquisition Status Indicator

    146
  • Acquisition Trigger Wait Signal (Standard Mode Only)

    149
  • Acquisition Timing Chart

    152
  • Maximum Allowed Acquisition Frame Rate

    154
  • Pixel Data Formats

    159
  • Pixel Data Formats for Mono Cameras

    161
  • Mono 16 format (equivalent to dcam mono)

    162
  • Mono 12 Packed Format

    164
  • YUV 4:2:2 Packed Format (Equivalent to DCAM YUV 4:2:2)

    166
  • Pixel Data Output Formats for Color Cameras

    167
  • Color Filter Alignment

    168
  • Bayer bg 8 format (equivalent to dcam raw)

    169
  • Bayer bg 16 format (equivalent to dcam raw)

    171
  • Bayer BG 12 Packed Format

    173
  • YUV 4:2:2 (YUYV) Packed Format

    178
  • Pixel Transmission Sequence

    182
  • Standard Features

    183
  • Setting the gain

    184
  • Black Level

    186
  • White balance (on color models)

    187
  • Digital Shift

    188
  • Digital Shift with 8 Bit Pixel Formats

    190
  • Precautions When Using Digital Shift

    192
  • Enabling and Setting Digital Shift

    193
  • Integrated ir cut filter

    194
  • Area of Interest (AOI)

    195
  • Changing aoi parameters "on-the-fly

    197
  • Reverse X

    198
  • Disable Parameter Limits

    200
  • Debouncer

    201
  • Trigger Delay

    203
  • Acquisition Status

    205
  • Test Images

    207
  • Device Information Parameters

    211
  • Configuration Sets

    213
  • Saving User Sets

    214
  • Selecting a Factory Setup as the Default Set

    215
  • Loading a Saved Set or the Default Set into the Active Set

    216
  • Selecting the Startup Set

    217
  • Troubleshooting and Support

    219
  • Before Contacting Basler Technical Support

    220
  • Revision History

    223
  • Index

    225