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The Ricoh FV-G200B1 2MP GigE Vision 1/1.8” Interline UXGA Monochrome Progressive CCD Camera employs a 1/1.8" interline UXGA monochrome progressive CCD sensor to capture black and white images at a resolution of up to 1624 x 1236 (UXGA). It is suitable for diverse inspection applications, including positioning before each process in screen printing, circuit board mounted device part checks, automotive component flaw detection, etc. The camera's Area of Interest (AOI) scan mode allows for high-speed inspection. The user can freely define the start line and width of the image data. By scanning images of only the necessary portions, it is possible to transfer only the images required. This speeds up inspections by shortening the time required for reading and transferring data.
The camera's strobe signal output function allows the user to adjust the camera exposure timing (delay, time) and light emission timing (delay, time) in accordance with the trigger input signal received by the camera. The exposure-interval signal output-which can start the next exposure during the transfer of the previous image-makes it possible to achieve high-speed work inspection, thereby raising inspection efficiency. In addition, since the camera exposure interval is output externally, it can be used for various purposes.
The FV-G200B1 2MP GigE Vision Camera incorporates image processing functions including Lookup table (gamma curve), auto gain control (AGC), and Auto electronic shutter control. These pre-processing functions reduce the PC's CPU burden and increase the transfer speed. The lookup table (gamma curve) feature allows the camera to correct luminance at all gradients using an onboard lookup table prepared by the user, based on subject characteristics and inspection objectives. The lookup table can also be prepared as a CSV file and uploaded.