Datasheet

Driver circuit for CMOS linear image sensor
C13015-01
For CMOS linear image sensor S11639-01, etc.
The C13015-01 is a driver circuit developed for Hamamatsu CMOS linear image sensor S11639-01, etc. By connecting the
C13015-01 to a PC through the USB 2.0 interface, you can control the C13015-01 from the PC and acquire 16-bit digital
output numeric data converted from the sensor’s analog video signal. The C13015-01 consists of a sensor circuit board that
drives the sensor and an interface circuit board that drives the sensor circuit board and performs data communication with
the PC. The two circuit boards are connected via a flexible cable. The sensor circuit board is compact, making it easy to be
installed in optical systems. The interface circuit board has an external trigger I/O connectors that can be used to synchronize with external devices. This product comes with application software (DcIc-USB) that runs on Windows 7 (32-bit, 64-bit).
It can be used to easily control the C13015-01 from the PC. The product also includes a DLL that the user can use to create
original C13015-01 control programs.
Features
Application
Built-in 16-bit A/D converter
Spectrometers
Compact sensor circuit board: Easy to install in optical systems
CMOS linear image sensor S11639-01, etc. control and data acquisition
Interface: USB 2.0
External synchronization capable
Single power supply: USB bus powered (+5 VDC)
The C13015-01 is compatible with the following CMOS linear image sensor. Note that the C13015-01 does not include a sensor.
Type no.
S11639-01
S11638
S12706
S13496
Number of pixels
2048
2048
4096
4096
×
×
×
×
1
1
1
1
Number of effective
pixels
2048 × 1
2048 × 1
4096 × 1
4096 × 1
Pixel size
(μm)
14 × 200
14 × 42
7×7
7 × 200
Image size
[mm (H) × mm (V)]
28.672 × 0.200
28.672 × 0.042
28.672 × 0.007
28.672 × 0.200
Structure
Parameter
Output type
A/D resolution
Interface
Specification
Digital
16
USB 2.0
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Unit
bit
-
1
Driver circuit for CMOS linear image sensor
C13015-01
Absolute maximum ratings
Parameter
Supply voltage
Input signal voltage*1
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Symbol
Vdd
Vi
Topr
Tstg
Condition
Ta=25 °C
Ta=25 °C
No dew condensation*2
No dew condensation*2
Value
0 to +6.0
0 to +Vdd
0 to +50
-20 to +70
Unit
V
V
°C
°C
*1: Trigger input
*2: When there is a temperature difference between a product and the surrounding area in high humidity environment, dew condensation
may occur on the product surface. Dew condensation on the product may cause deterioration in characteristics and reliability.
Note: Exceeding the absolute maximum ratings even momentarily may cause a drop in product quality. Always be sure to use the
product within the absolute maximum ratings.
Electrical characteristics (Ta=25 °C)
Parameter
Readout frequency
Line rate*3
Conversion gain
High level
Trigger output
voltage
Low level
High level
Trigger input
voltage
Low level
Current consumption
High start pulse period*4 *6
Start pulse period*4 *7
Symbol
fop
Gc
Condition
Gain=1
-
Vdd=+5 V
-
Vdd=+5 V
Ic
thp(ST)
tpi(ST)
Min.
3.8
+3.5
10
2500
Typ.
10
28
300
-
Max.
4
Vdd
0.6
Vdd
1.5
500
tpi(ST) - 200
4294967295
Unit
MHz
kHz
μV/ADU
V
V
V
V
mA
clock*5
clock*5
*3: Theoretical line rate value determined by the internal operation timing of the driver circuit. This is different from the line rate defined
in the sensor specifications. This is also different from the rate (system rate) in a series of processes that acquire data into the PC via
the USB 2.0 port.
*4: thp(ST) < tpi(ST)
*5: 1 clock=1/fop
*6: A maximum value exists when the synchronization mode is internal mode, external edge mode, or external gate mode.
*7: A maximum value exists when the synchronization mode is internal mode or external gate mode.
Electrical and optical characteristics (Ta=25 °C)
When mounted with S11639-01
Parameter
Readout noise
Saturation output
Dynamic range*8
Symbol
Nread
Dsat
DR
Min.
-
Typ.
14
56000
4000
Max.
65535
-
Unit
ADU rms
ADU
-
Symbol
Nread
Dsat
DR
Min.
-
Typ.
20
31500
1600
Max.
-
Unit
ADU rms
ADU
-
Symbol
Nread
Dsat
DR
Min.
-
Typ.
33
55700
1700
Max.
-
When mounted with S11638
Parameter
Readout noise
Saturation output
Dynamic range*8
-
When mounted with S12706
Parameter
Readout noise
Saturation output
Dynamic range*8
-
Unit
ADU rms
ADU
-
*8: DR=Dsat/Nread
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Driver circuit for CMOS linear image sensor
C13015-01
When mounted with S13496
Parameter
Readout noise
Saturation output
Dynamic range*8
Symbol
Nread
Dsat
DR
Min.
-
Typ.
16
58300
3600
Max.
-
Unit
ADU rms
ADU
-
*8: DR=Dsat/Nread
Functions
Function
Trigger mode change
Gain adjustment
Description
The following trigger modes are available. For the detailed timing of each mode, see “Trigger mode”
in “Timing chart” (P.4).
· Internal mode
· External edge mode
· External level mode
· External gate mode
The gain can be set to a value between 1 and 6 with a 6-bit number ranging from 0 to 63. The preset gain
is calculated by the following equation. The default gain is 1.
6
Gain=
1 + 5 63 - G
63
G: 6-bit value
The offset can be set in the range of -255 to +255. The offset increment per step is approximately
1.2 mV. The offset is set by writing a 9-bit value to the C13015-01 internal register. If the most
significant bit (MSB) of the 9-bit value is zero, the offset is positive. Otherwise, the offset is negative.
The bit values other than the MSB are the magnitude of the offset. Note that because the offset
circuit is arranged before the amplifier stage, the actual offset is equal to the offset value set above
× gain.
The sensor integration time is changed by changing the high period of the ST pulse.
A maximum value exists for internal mode or external gate mode.
(
Offset adjustment
Integration time change
Start pulse period change
)
Block diagram
[S11639-01, etc.]
[C13015-01]
VDD
Power supply
START, CLK
Level converter
+5.0 V ⇔ +3.3 V
Power supply +5 V
CPU&USB
control
USB bus power
USB
VIDEO
Buffer
CMOS sensor
AFE
(A/D converter)
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Sensor circuit board
Timing
circuit
Trigger IN
Trigger OUT
Interface circuit board
Flexible cable
KACCC0807EA
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Driver circuit for CMOS linear image sensor
C13015-01
Timing chart
Sensor drive timing
The two parameters that can be changed in the sensor drive timing are the ST pulse width thp(ST) and the line period tpi(ST). For
the thp(ST) and tpi(ST) setting ranges in internal mode, external edge mode, and external gate mode (explained later), see “Electrical
characteristics” (P. 2). The timings of T1, T2, and T3 when the S11639-01 is connected are as follows.
Integration time
T1
T2
CLK
ST
Video
thp(ST)
tlp(ST)
tpi(ST)
T3
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T1=4CLK
T2=52CLK
T3=87CLK
(1CLK=0.1 μs)
Integration time=thp(ST) + 48CLK
The following condition must be met.
tpi(ST) > thp(ST)
Trigger mode
Internal mode
When a Start command is received from the PC, the C13015-01 starts sensor integration and outputs acquired image data.
Line period
Start
Stop
Sensor integration
Sensor output
Camera output
Video data
Video data
Video data
Video data
Video data
Video data
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Driver circuit for CMOS linear image sensor
C13015-01
External edge mode
The sensor integration is synchronized to the edges of an external input trigger signal. When the circuit receives an external trigger
after having received a Start command, the circuit sends the image data output from the sensor to the PC.
Trigger input
Start
Stop
Sensor integration
Video data
Sensor output
Video data
Video data
Video data
Camera output
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External level mode
Integration time and line transmission period are controlled using an external trigger signal.
Start
Stop
Trigger input
Sensor integration
Video data
Sensor output
Video data
Video data
Video data
Camera output
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External gate mode
Integration is performed only while the external trigger is valid.
Trigger input
Line period
Start
Stop
Sensor integration
Sensor output
Camera output
Video data
Video data
Video data
Video data
Video data
Video data
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Driver circuit for CMOS linear image sensor
C13015-01
Dimensional outline (unit: mm)
Sensor circuit board
[Sensor attachment side]
(4.2)
Index mark
80 ± 0.3
1.6 ± 0.19
(12.1)
(3)
(1.9)
20 ± 0.1
30 ± 0.3
70 ± 0.1
(4×) ϕ3.2
(12.3)
Interface circuit board
(7.1)
80 ± 0.3
1.6 ± 0.19
(2)
50 ± 0.1
60 ± 0.3
(65)
70 ± 0.1
(12.3)
(4×) ϕ3.2
Tolerance unless otherwise noted
complies with JIS B 0408-B.
KACCA0373EA
Weight: approx. 40 g (including the flexible cable but not the sensor)
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Driver circuit for CMOS linear image sensor
C13015-01
Connection example
USB 2.0
PC
External trigger input
External trigger output
Pulse generator
Laser light source
[C13015-01]
KACCC0808EA
Accessories
· CD-ROM (includes the instruction manual, application software, and DLL file)
· USB (Mini B) cable
· Flexible cable for connecting sensor circuit board and interface circuit board
Related information
www.hamamatsu.com/sp/ssd/doc_en.html
Precautions
Disclaimer
·
· Image sensor
Related product datasheet
Available at our website (www.hamamatsu.com)
· CMOS linear image sensor S11639-01
· CMOS linear image sensor S11638
· CMOS linear image sensor S12706
· CMOS linear image sensor S13496
Information described in this material is current as of May, 2016.
Product specifications are subject to change without prior notice due to improvements or other reasons. This document has been carefully prepared and the
information contained is believed to be accurate. In rare cases, however, there may be inaccuracies such as text errors. Before using these products, always
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Cat. No. KACC1240E02 May 2016 DN
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