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FQ2 Smart Camera
The New Standard for Image Inspection
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Introducing the Smart Heavyweight
Inspection capabilities, camera options, and
communication options -- this powerful heavyweight has it all.
This Vision Sensor provides all of the best-selling
features found in high-end models without the
need as in vision system for a separate controller.
This new Smart Camera was designed to attract
potential customers to try the FQ2 Series.
Code Highspeed
Reader image
processor
OCR HDR
Megapixel
capacity
Real
color
Sub-pixel High-power
processing
lighting
Monochrome
C
-mount
9
inspection
items
11
image
filters
32 360°
-camera
expansion
I/O
IP67 E-IP PLC
FINS 34points
Link
position
compensation
RS232C
Ultrawide
field of view
Password
DAP
partial input
Image
inversion
OK
1
2
4
4 Reading Barcode
5
NG
1 Missing Pill
NG
2 Misalignment
OK
3
3 Package Insert
Detection
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Three Improvements for an effective Machine Design
All in one Vision Sensor
Compact
All-in-one compact size that is perfect for use in tight
Body
Compared to more-advanced Vision Sensors with mul-
p.04
spaces or as an aftermarket option.
tiple components, this Sensor boasts a much more efficient hardware design.
Image Sensor, OCR, and
Code Reader in One
Extended
Date
Verification
2D Code
The OCR function, with a "build-in" dictionary and
OCR
the Code Reading, ability to recognize 15 codes
Functions
types add to the solution and provide a powerful upgrade !
Image
Inspections
Bar Code
Label out of
place
Code Reader
A Lineup That Fits a
Wide Range of Equipment
Diverse
Expanded inspection menu, camera variations, and com-
Lineup
munication interfaces with the same pricing level as our
p.12
previous FQ Series.
With a wide range of sensors, an option for every application now becomes a standard option.
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OK
OK
5 Hot-melt Detection
6 Date Verification and
7 Reading Barcode
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Tape Detection
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7
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p.08
p. 10
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Compact
All You Need is One
All You Need in One Package
Image Processor
Although previous Vision Sensors placed the image processor in a separate Controller, now we have built the
processor into the camera unit.
High-power Lighting
The Sensor includes high-power lighting capable of
evenly lighting across a wide field of view.
This provides sufficient lighting even when the enclosed polarizing filter iss used.
Adjustable lens
The focus of the lens can
be adjusted to take clear
images for the specific field
of view and installation distance you need.
Focus adjustment screw
I/O Power Supply Connector
The external output line for inspection results, the input
line for changing the setup, and the power supply line
are all combined into one connector.
Ethernet Connector
Commands can be input from a PLC to control the
FQ2, and inspection results and measurement results
can be output from the FQ2 to a PLC.
You can also transfer images to a computer.
IP67 Water Resistance
Flexible Cables
Smart Click Connectors
1
The sensor can be used in wet
environments.
All cables from the camera are flexible.
This allows the Sensor to be used safely
on moving parts.
2
Connection is made quick and easy with a
clear, definitive click-into-place mechanism.
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Quick and Easy Design and Installation
Easy Product Selection
All you need to do is select the camera based on the field of view and installation distance that you require. There is no need to select and
purchase additional lighting or lenses. Furthermore, the time required to wire everything has been drastically reduced due to the low
number of components.
Vision Systems
FQ2-series Smart Cameras
7
or
more
components
Only
2
Controller
Camera
Console
Monitor
Lens
Lighting
Sensor
Monitoring and Setup Tool
Touch Finder or Touch Finder for PC
Power supply of lighting
Easy Installation
The camera and lighting have been integrated into a single unit, so only one camera mounting bracket is required. The Sensor comes with
a multi-directional mounting bracket that can be attached on any of the four sides of the Camera. Axis alignment is also not required because the lighting and the camera are integrated into a single unit.
Standard Vision Cameras
The optical axis must be adjusted
because of two components
are mounted.
1 Mount camera.
FQ2-series Smart Cameras
1
Only one mounting bracket
Multi-directional Mounting Bracket
2
2 Mount lighting.
3 Align the optical axes.
Easy Expansion
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Up to 32 Cameras
Just install the Cameras where you need them. No control panels are required to house the controllers. Triggers can be input for each
Camera, so new Cameras can be added whenever required without having to worry about timing input design. Up to 32 Cameras can be
set up from a single Touch Finder, so you do not need to worry about adding new monitors when you need more Cameras. This also allows
you to smoothly respond to user requests for additional features.
Current Vision Systems
A separate controller is
needed to add a
new camera.
FQ2-series Smart Cameras
Connect up the 32 Cameras
and remove them as
required after setup.
Triggers
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Extended Functions : Image Inspections
Easily Perform Both Inspection and Positioning
You can combine multiple inspection items to perform external inspections, positioning, and other tasks all from a single Sensor.
External Inspection
External inspection of ICs can be completed with a single Sensor. The position
on
offset of the entire pallet before inspection can be adjusted on the image itself,
lf,
which reduces the amount of work required to increase mechanical positioning
ng
accuracy.
Pitch
inspections
Number of pins
Width
measurements
Measurement Flow
Purpose
Image Filters
Adjusts the image so that
it is easier to inspect
P iti compensation
Position
ti
Compen
Compensates
for the position
offset of
o the chip.
Inspections
Sensitive Search
Number of pins and pitch
inspections
Color Data
Incomplete characters
Edge Position
Foreign matter
Edge Count
Incomplete
characters
Foreign matter
Chip position
offset
Width measurements
Calculations and Outputs
Calculation
Data Output
Individual Judgement Output
Uses the inspection data for
calculations and judgements.
Outputs the measurement
values.
Outputs the judgements of
inspections to individually.
Component Positioning
The Sensor can measure angles of rotation and other position information, so
it can also be used for positioning. Inspections can also be performed forr the
number and size of holes along with
wit the position information.
Measurement Flow
IImage Filt
Filters
Purpose
Number and Sizes of Holes
Adjusts tthe image so that
easier to inspect
it is easie
Inspections and Measurements
Shape Search III
Labeling
Component incline and position
Number of holes and hole sizes
Inclination
Calculations and Outputs
Calculation
Data Output
Calculates data for external output.
Outputs the position information and incline.
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Incorporating the Best-selling Inspection Items
from High-end Vision Systems
Searching
Shape Search III
NEW
*
The FQ2 now has Shape Search Ⅲ that uses OMRON's unique techniques to search and match registered models at high speed. Shape
Search Ⅲ provides advanced robustness, which is critical on FA sites. High-precision and reliable position detection is possible without
being affected by light interference and backgrounds.
The target object can be detected
precisely even with the background.
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5
4
0
6
7
1
8
Multiple objects can be
detected simultaneously even
with different amounts of light.
Stable 360° searching is possible even if
objects are overlapped or partially hidden.
Edge Pitch
Searching
Search
Sensitive Search
Edge Pitch
Edge Position
Edge Width
This is a standard search inspection item. This type of search is
used to detect items like labels,
identify shapes, or positions.
The model image can be automatically
divided into small areas, so that tiny
differences that cannot be detected
with a normal search can be detected
with large numerical differences.
The number of edges in
a region can be counted.
This inspection item
detects Edges and
measures their positions.
This inspection item
measures the width
between edges.
Detection of Promotional Stickers
Area Measurements, Color Measurements, and Defect & Foreign Matter Detection
Labeling
Area
Color Data
This inspection item counts how
many labels there are of the specified color and size and measures
the area or center position of the
specified label.
This inspection item measures
the area and center position of
the specified color.
Inspections can be performed that compare the difference in color between the
workpiece and a registered image of a
good product to detect objects and foreign matter.(average color value)
You can also inspect for defects
and foreign matter by looking
at the color deviation.(color deviation)
Utility Items
360° Rotational Position Compensation
Image Filters
Calibration
The correct position of workpieces with an inconsistent
orientation can be measured through automatic detection of the offset of the workpiece in relation to a registered standard model.
A total of 11 different image filters are provided, including background suppression
to help eliminate patterns that can result in
unstable measurements, as well as dilation and erosion.
If the dimensions or position of a workpiece is difficult to determine in a pixel
display, you can convert the display unit
so that it is easier to see.
With Background
Suppression
Without Background
Suppression
150 pixels
8 mm
* The FQ2-CH/S4 unit version 2.10 or later supports the new functions.
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Extended Functions : OCR
New OCR Method to Quickly Read Characters
without Dictionary Registration
Date Verification
Even if printing is distorted or unclear due to conveyor
line conditions, a unique reading method with a built-in
dictionary enables stable reading of characters.
Measurement
Meas
surement Flow
Purpose
Reading
R
Rea
eaading Characters
OCR
R
Read
Reading
characters
Verifi
Verification
against
refer
reference
data
Outputs
Judgement Output
Jud
Outputs the judgement
result from verification
at .
Worn Characters
Cha
Distorted Characters
Character Recognition and Label Position Inspection
Although previously performed as separate processes,
character recognition and inspection tools can now
both be performed with a single FQ2 Sensor.
This helps you reduce costs and save space.
Measurement Flow
IImage Filters
Filt
Previous Vision Sensors
Previo
What was two
wo processes...
rocesses...
Purpose
Adjustss the image so that it is
easier
i tto iinspect.
t
Character Recognition with an OCR
P iti Compensation
C
ti
Position
Inspection with a Vision Sensor
Compe
Compensates
for the
position of the box.
positio
FQ2-S4/CH Series Smart Camera
Inspections
OCR
Reads
RRead
d the lot number and date.
Search
Label position inspection
Labe
...is now combined into one process.
Character Recognition
Calculations and Outputs
OK
Individual Judgement Output
NG
Outputs the judgements of
and .
Label Position Inspection
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OCR with Built-in Dictionary
OCR
The large amount of data in the built-in dictionary contains approximately 80 different fonts that are used on FA sites.Variations for worn characters, blurring, distortion, different backgrounds, and size changes have been included to enable stable and highly accurate reading with the built-in dictionary
even for some variations in the characters.It is not necessary to set parameters to compensate for character contrast or positional offsetting.
FQ2 OCR
Conventional OCR
The built-in dictionary eliminates the need for character registration in
the dictionary, significantly reducing setup time.
Time is required
for character
registration in the
dictionary.
①Draw boxes around characters. ② Set the parameters.
Reading is started.
③ Register the master character data.
Press the
TEACH Button.
Just set Character color to Black
Register only when
or White and Printing type to
verification is performed.
Solid character or Dot character.
The character extraction conditions are automatically adjusted according to the conditions of the printed characters.
Characters from most printers, including dot and impact printers,
can be read with the built-in dictionary.
Handles Approx. 80 Fonts
Different printers
use different
printing devices.
Hot Printer
Inkjet Printer
Thermal Printer
Laser Marker
Unique recognition technology enables stable recognition of worn or distorted characters.
Worn and inclined
characters cannot be
read.
Touching and
curved
characters
cannot be read.
Worn Characters
Inclined Characters
Small Characters
Touching characters and curved character strings can be segmented correctly.
Touching characters
NEW *
Utilities That Make Daily Operation Easier
Verification
The character data being read can be verified against the character data registered
in the master data. You can register up to
32 character strings in the master data and
easily change the current master data with
an external signal. With the FQ2-S4, you
can also compare against the character
strings read from bar codes or 2D codes.
Calendar Function
NEW *
The calendar function eliminates the need
to set the date and best-before date manually every day. You can also set the dates
according to the dates set to the printer by
using the command sent from the external
system in addition to from the Touch Finder
for the FQ2.
NEW *
Curved character strings
Registration in Model Dictionary
Non conventional characters can be added to the
dictionary.Special fonts are difficult to read with
the default settings, but add them to the dictionary and the FQ2 provides reliable readings.
Logging Images and Reading Data
The inspected images and reading results can
be temporarily saved in the sensor. Additionally, up to 10,000 images and 10,000,000
reading results can be saved in a 4-GB SD
card. You can select logging both OK and NG
results or only NG results to aid in traceability.
Registered
Teach
Sensor
Touch Finder
SD
card
20 images
Up to 1,000
reading results
Up to 10,000 images
Up to 10,000,000
reading results
(with 4-GB SD card)
Boundary Correction
Dark areas around characters, such as bar codes, are removed to achieve
stable reading.
Before correction
After correction
* The FQ2-CH/S4 unit version 2.10 or later supports the new functions.
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Expanded Functions : Code Reader
Read Any of 15 Types of Codes from
Paper Labels to Direct Marking
Code and Character Verification
OCR and Code Reading inspection items can be combined to read cod
codes
and verify them against character strings all within the FQ2.
N programming of external devices is required.
No
Measurement Flow
PPosition
iti Compensation
C
ti
Purpose
Compe
Compensates
for the
position of the box.
positio
Reading
Bar code
Reads
Rea the barcode.
OCR
Reads
Rea the character string
and verifies it against the
barcode
in .
barc
Outputs
Outputs the verified
character string.
Data
Reading Direct Marking Codes
It has become common to manage information by directly marking codes
on products. However, differences in materials often causes instability
when reading the printed characters.The FQ2 achieves stable reading
g
with unique functionality designed just for DPM.
Measurement Flow
Pu
Purpose
Marking on Resin
Code Reading
Reads 2
2D code.
2D-code (DPM)
Outputs
Data Output
Data Matrix
Marking on Small Parts
Marking on Film or Glass
Marking on Metal
Data Matrix
Outputs the information
that was read.
Data Matrix
Data Matrix
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Paper Labels
Barcodes
2D Codes
The FQ2 can read the main nine types of barcodes.You can therefore reliably use the FQ2 in pharmaceuticals, where verification of barcodes and
characters is required.
The FQ2 can read the main six types of 2D codes.You do not need to use
more than one code reader even for processing that combines different
types of codes.
JAN/EAN/UPC
Code39
Codabar (NW-7)
Data Matrix
QR Code
Micro QR Code
ITF (Interleaved 2 of 5)
Code93
Code128 / GS1-128
PDF417
Micro PDF417
GS1-DataMatrix
GS1-DataBar
GS1-128 Composite Code
Pharmacode
Direct Marking
2D DPM Codes
When 2D codes are printed on metal, substrates, glass, or many other
materials, the printed conditions of the 2D codes can be unstable.Even
with these difficult-to-read codes, the FQ2 is equipped with filters and
retry processing designed just for DPM to allow you to easily and stably
read the codes.
Data Matrix(EC200)
QR Code
Types of Filtering
You can apply up to three of the four unique filters developed by
OMRON in the desired order to remove printing irregularities and
noise, in order to achieve a stable reading.
Smooth
Combining Filtering
Erosion and dilation can be combined to connect dots without changing the dot thickness.
Smooths the image.
For white codes, increases the cell size.
Effective for reading codes with cell spreading.
Dilate
Erosion
For white codes, reduces the cell size.
Effective for reading separated dot codes.
Median
Removes noise.
Dilate
Erosion
Retry function
Code Readers must be able to read codes even for poor printing conditions. You can automatically retry reading while changing the exposure time
and other reading conditions, even for changing workpieces or environments, to enable a stable reading.
1
Retrying the Specified Number of Times
with the Same Conditions
3
Reading is performed for the specified number of times
for the same scene.
NG
2
NG
Reading is performed until successful, as long as
an external level trigger is input.
During level trigger input
NG
NG
Reading is performed for the same scene while changing the exposure time in stages.
OK
Retrying While External Trigger Is Input
OK
Retrying While Changing the Shutter Speed
4
NG
NG
NG
OK
1ms
1.3ms
0.7ms
1.6ms
Retrying While Changing the Reading Conditions
When reading DPM codes, inconsistencies in
printing conditions can result in NGs if reading
is performed with only one set of reading settings. The FQ2 allows you to register up to 32
sets of reading conditions as scenes and retry
reading while changing the scenes in order.
The system automatically determines the
scenes with the highest usage rates and
changes the order to start with them to flexibly
handle changes in reading conditions. Of
course you can specify a fixed order if required.
NG
NG
OK
Scene 1
Scene 2
Scene 3
Register 32 sets of reading conditions.
Rapidly switch to the optimum reading conditions.
Scene 2
Scene 1
Scene 4
Scene 3
Scene 6
Scene 5
Scene 8
Scene 7
Scene 32
Scene 31
· QR code is the registered trademark of DENSO WAVE.
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Versatile
A Lineup That Fits a Wide Range of Equipment
Sensor
We offer a diverse lineup of Sensors so that you can choose the one with the perfect field of view and installation distance for your needs.
Integrated Sensor
Color
Monochrome
Seamless Field of View Variations
All-in-one Sensors tend to be limited in field of view variations, but we offer a lineup ranging from 7.5 mm up to 240 mm to meet your needs.
970
Unit: mm
240
220
215
56
38
7.5
6.7
53
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11.6
Wide View (Long-distance) Sensor
47.3
Narrow View Sensor
214
Standard View Sensor
This illustration shows the field of view and installation distance of a 760,000-pixel Sensor.
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100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
Wide View Sensors -- Perfect for Tight Spaces
A side-view wide-angle camera takes images and performs inspections across a wide area, even if the camera is close to the workpiece.
Perfect for mounting the sensor in locations with limited space. This also enables the Sensor to be installed alongside an assembly line
without protruding in order to perform inspections from the side of the conveyor belt.
380
Inspection for Presence of Markings Inside a
Vertical Form-fill-sealing Machine
300
32
29
2
25.9
25 9
0
Wide View (Short-distance) Sensor
268
100
200
Sensors with C-mount lens
300
Color
400
500
600
Monochrome
700
800
900
1000
Lighting Examples
The Sensors with C-mount lens enable freedom of lens selection for long
distances over 1 m and narrow fields of view under 1 mm that are not covered by our integrated Sensors.This type of Sensor is also useful when
you want to use external illumination.
Backlighting
Low-angle Lighting
External Shape Inspections
Defect and Foreign Matter
Inspections
Long Distance
1m
10 m max.
Narrow Field of View
1 mm min.
65mm
Note: A commercially available telecentric lens is required for narrow field of view applications.
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Communication Interfaces
The Sensor includes communication interfaces for compatibility with a wide
range of host devices. This helps reduce the design work required for data
communications between the Sensor and a PLC.
Note: The type of communications interface depends on the model of the Sensor.
Refer to page 22 for details.
PLC Link
PLC link greatly reduces the amount of time and work that
is required to create ladder programs.
Compatible Models
OMRON PLCs: CS, CJ1, CJ2, CP1 and NSJ Series
Mitsubishi Electric PLCs: Q Series
Compatible Models
OMRON PLCs: CS, CJ1, CJ2, CP1 and NSJ Series
Compatible Models
OMRON Machine Automation Controllers: NJ Series
OMRON PLCs: CS, CJ1 and CJ2 Series
FINS
OMRON’s exclusive FINS/TCP communications interface
can be used to connect to low-cost OMRON PLCs. With
this communications interface, no communications controls are required to process the sending and receiving of
complex TCP packets. You get faster, simpler connections
to OMRON PLCs.
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™ communications, a standard widely used in
communications systems in factories around the world, is
also supported. This communication interface enables
simple and easy connections to a wide range of EtherNet/IP™
devices, including OMRON PLCs.
In
Inputs:
11
Outputs:
24
O
Inputs: 7
Outputs: 3
I/O Expansion Units
Our expansion units enable expansion to up to three
times the number of I/O connections. This enables the
output of individual judgement results for each inspection, a feature that has been highly requested.
FFQ-WU Sensor Da
Data Unit Cable
FQ-S
FQ-SDU1FQ
I/O
Sens Data Unit
Sensor
Inputs:8
Outputs:7
RS-232C Communications Unit
RS-232C
This Sensor Data Unit supports standard RS-232C communications.
FFQ-WU Sensor Da
Data Unit Cable
FQ-SDU2 RS-232C
Sensor Data Unit
Operation Interfaces
You can choose the operation interface and monitor size to suit your application.
Touch Finder for PC
Touch Finder
Integrated Machine Monitor(.NET controls)
NEW
Customizablee user interface
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Larger monitor
This is a small monitor with a touch panel. It's durable, rugged design is shock-resistant and portable. It has passed our standard 1.3 m drop test.
On-screen messages can be changed between
nine different languages: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, Japanese,
German, French, Italian, and Spanish.
Larger + integrated
grated monitor
The Setup Tool provides the same functions as
those on the Touch Finder, but on a PC. In addition, offline simulation can be performed without
the need of a sensor. The software can be downloaded for free by any customer with the purchase
of a Sensor. Refer to the member registration
sheet that is enclosed with the sensor for details.
Customizing user interface using .NET controls*
makes the onsite monitor easier to read. You can
increase or reduce the size of displayed measurement images and text to meet the demands of
onsite operators.
*.Custom controls to easily display images and results measured by the FQ2 Series on applications created with Microsoft Visual Studio.
The Microsoft® .NET software is used to connect users, information, systems, and devices.
・Microsoft .NET is either a registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United Status and/or other countries.
・EtherNet/IP™ is the trademark of ODVA.
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Hardware Advancements
High-speed Image Processor
3X Faster than Previous Models
20 Inspection Items per Second Processing Time
With our new high-speed image processor we are able to
achieve a processing time of 50 ms or less for all primary inspection items.
* Processing may take longer than 50 ms depending on the settings.
Search Inspection Speed Comparison
110 ms
100ms
80ms
1/3
60ms
40ms
1/5
30 ms
m
20ms
FQ-S
Color Image
FQ2-S
Color Image
22 ms
FQ2-S
Monochrome Image
High-speed
Image Processor
Note: This comparison was conducted with a 752 × 480 pixel image,
with no rotational compensation.
High-brightness ODR Lighting
Four times the brightness of conventional LEDs
can be achieved with ODR lighting
(Optical Double Reflection) that uses a complete new optics technology. High-brightness illumination was achieved by increasing light efficiency and heat dissipation,making it possible
to input images this sharply for the first time.
Four Times the
Brightness
ODR lighting
OCR structure for effective lighting.
Optical D ouble R eflect io n
Total Reflection
Reflection
Reflective mirrors
Reflection
Reflective mirrors
All Light Used without Waste
Crystal Clear Images Even through Polarizing Filter
Lighting is required for stable image inspection, but shiny surfaces can reflect light, resulting in incorrect judgments. You can use
a polarizing filter to reduce specular reflection, but the entire image will be darker, which can result in insufficient image contrast.
The FQ2 Series is equipped with OMRON’s own high-power lighting DR optical system for effective use of LED power. This system
provides sufficient lighting for inspection even when the enclosed polarizing filter is used.
Optical Double Reflection
Standard Lighting
Light is reflected.
Standard Lighting + Polarizing Filter
High-power Lighting + Polarizing Filter
The overall image is dark;
inspection becomes unstable.
Overall image contrast is maintained,
and only reflections are eliminated.
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Megapixel CMOS Sensor
4 Times the Pixels
1,000 Times the Display Resolution
(Comparisons to previous OMRON models)
Precision 1.3 Megapixel Camera
Would you like a little more positioning accuracy?
Do you need a wider field of view?
We hear you, and that is why we have greatly improved the resolution of our camera.
The 1.3 megapixels maintain precision and accuracy
while also enabling a wider field of view.
Megapixel CMOS Sensor
1.3 megapixels
350,000 pixels
1.3 Megapixels
g p
Color
Sub-pixel Processing
Sensor with CC-mount
mount
Previously, position information could only be
output on a per-pixel basis, but now you can output
at a resolution even higher than the number of available pixels. This provides finer measurement values
for travel distances and helps to improve positioning
accuracy.
Typical Problem
Monochrome
*
,
Pixels
760,000
Color
Monochrome
Integrated Sensor
* 350,000 pixels types are also
available.
Sub-pixel Processing
1,000x
improvement
1-pixel
increments
The position of the edge
cannot be detected accurately.
0.001-pixel
increments
The position of the edge is
detected with greater accuracy.
Partial Input with DAP (Dual Axis Partial) Processing
Processing time can be further reduced by limiting
the camera input to only the area that is required
for inspection. Previous models allowed trimming
only in the Y direction, but now you can specify a
range across both the X and Y axes for trimming.
Keep a wide field of view and trim to only the sections that are required for inspection in each scene
to reduce processing time.
Partial Input Y
Partial Input
Enlarged Display
Partial input allows you to input only the portion of
an image that is required for inspection by changing
scenes, without having to change the field of view.
You can enlarge the
display of the partial
input image.
Workpiece A
Field of
View Y
Partial
Input X
Field of View X
[ Problems with a Standard Digital Zoom ]
Camera input is performed for all images and only a portion is
shown enlarged, so this does not decrease the amount of time
required for camera input.
Note: DAP processing is provided only on 760,000-pixel and
1,300,000-pixel Sensors.
Workpiece B
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Useful Onsite Utilities
Simulation Software
NEW
Without connecting the FQ2 Sensor, TouchFinder for PC, setup software that runs on a PC, enables offline adjustment of inspection conditions and measurement simulation using logging images. You can verify and adjust from a remote location to increase yields in overseas
factories.
Measure offline
Operation
Continuously measures all images in a
folder.
Production site
Measures the previous/next image.
Count images
Clearly shows the progress of continuous measurement.
Alert judgments
Office
OK or NG image data can be
moved to a different folder.
This facilitates OK/NG classification.
Verification/adjustment
Load and
save sensor settings
Note. If you register as a member after purchasing a Sensor, you can download TouchFinder for PC for free.
Refer to the member registration sheet for details.
Real-time Threshold Adjustment
Inspection History Logging
The FQ2 smart camera allows fast and easy real-time parameter adjustment. Eliminating the need to stop the machine for
fine tuning and optimisation of settings, resulting in zero machine downtime.
Historical results logging is very useful for testing a new line.
Samples are fed down the line and inspection results are
logged. The logged data can be checked on a time scale in
graph form and used to adjust judgement conditions. File Logging is convenient during operation. Large inspection history
can be saved on SD cards and used later for traceability.
Parameter adjustment on Touch Finder
Continuous inspection
Updated
Fine-tuning can be done on the production
site.Judgment parameters can be smoothly
changed without interrupting inspection.
Recent Results Logging
File Logging
Adjustment on TouchFinder for PC
Histograms allow you to check the distribution of values measured using logging images
to verify the best judgment parameters. After
adjustment, the judgment parameters can be
reflected in the Sensor as smoothly as using
the Touch Finder.
Displays the most recent 1,000
inspection results in graph form.
SD
card
SD card
Up to 10 million measurement
values or more
(for a 4-GB SD card)
Up to 10,000 images or more
(for a 4-GB SD card)
Judgement conditions can be adjusted on the Touch Finder.
Auto Detection
Shortcuts
When multiple sensors are connected to the touch finder, the
display automatically switches to the image of the sensor
which has produced an NG result. This allows dynamic visualisation of reject conditions.
Shortcuts to Setup Menu items that are changed frequently
can be added to the Run Mode display.
This enables the user to quickly perform adjustments when a
problem occurs during operation.
!
Directly access
frequently used functions.
Automatically NG sensor image is displayed !
Note. When 32 sensors are connected,
the most recent NG sensor of 8 sensors selected for display is displayed.
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Key Technologies
Real-color Sensing
Real-color processing is an image processing technology that performs high-speed processing of full-color images with a total of 16.7
million colors (256 tones per RGB channel). This means that image processing can be performed with the same color information that is
visible to the human eye, and stable measurements can be performed under lighting that closely resembles natural light.
Real color image processing
Color Image Processing
Color variations between 16.7 million
different colors can
be captured without
any color loss.
Dark
The camera image is processed as-is without any
loss of quality.
This enables even the slightest of color differences
to be captured with high accuracy.
Binary image processing
Bright
Dark
Black
White
Black
Captured images are converted to a 256-shade mono-
Captured images are converted to a black and white
chrome image and processed. This enables more stable
two-color image and processed. This reduces the
inspection compared to binary level processing, but
amount of data and enables high-speed process-
slight changes in color cannot be detected with this
ing.
method.
Previous Image Processing
OMRON FQ2 Series
Conventional images
HDR Sensing
High dynamic range minimizes the
effects of lighting such as halation
and allows highly precise inspections.
Halation
HDR image
Dynamic range
of the upper image
Dynamic range
after HDR
processing
Industry's highest
dynamic range
Max. 16 times
higher than
previous models
Underexposure
Dynamic range
of the lower image
Defects Detectable Even on Reflective or Shadowy Surfaces
Defects Undetectable Due to Overexposure or
Underexposure
The surface of the workpiece is accurately reproduced and detected
even with overexposure or underexposure.
Any spot outside the dynamic range is blurred by halation or shadow.
Shape Search III (Same functionality included in high-end sensors) Patent Pending
With Shape Search Ⅲ, you can visualize comparisons between the registered model data the measurement object to easily see when comparisons
are not optimally matched. Visualization of the comparison levels provide the guide for parameter adjustment for acceptable variation and
distortion levels to quickly obtain the best performance. This can save you a lot of time and effort that were previously required.
Registered model
You can see at a glance the difference
between the registered model and
measurement image.
Measurement image
You can adjust a parameter called
Reduction in
correlation
No reduction the Acceptable Distortion Level to
enable measurements without
Deformation
reducing the correlation even if
there is distortion.You can easily
adjust this parameter while
monitoring the comparison.
Chip
New OCR Algorithm: Matching with Structural Models
Even in cases like the following one,
where character registration is required
for image matching methods, no
character registration is required to
read the characters with this new
method, which matches structural
models of characteristic points.
Structural models record the characteristics of
each character in approximately 80 fonts.
A
A
The position and structure of characteristic points are used to
recognize characters.
Background
Changes
A A
A
A
Size and Font
Changes
Worn
Characters
A
Inclined
Characters
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Lineup ranging from single-function models to full-function models
Inspection Model
Number of pixels
Color
Number of simultaneous measurements
Number of registered scenes
Shape search III, Shape search II
Search
Sensitive search
Edge position
Inspe
Edge width
ction
Edge pitch
Area
Color data
Labeling
Bar code
2D code
ID
2D code (DPM)*
OCR
Communications (Ethernet TCP no-protocol, Ethernet UDP no-protocol,
I/O
specif Ethernet FINS/TCP no-protocol, EtherNet/IP, PLC Link , or PROFINET)
icatio Sensor Data Units (I/O)
ns
Sensor Data Units (RS-232C)
Inspection/ID Model
Number of pixels
Color
Number of simultaneous measurements
Number of registered scenes
Shape search III, Shape search II
Search
Sensitive search
Edge position
Inspec- Edge width
Edge pitch
tion
Area
Color data
Labeling
Bar code
2D code
ID
2D code (DPM)*
OCR
Communications (Ethernet TCP no-protocol, Ethernet UDP no-protocol,
I/O
speci- Ethernet FINS/TCP no-protocol, EtherNet/IP, PLC Link , or PROFINET)
Sensor Data Units (I/O)
ficaSensor Data Units (RS-232C)
tions
ID Model
Number of pixels
Color
Number of simultaneous measurements
Number of registered scenes
Shape search II
Search
Sensitive search
Edge position
Inspec- Edge width
Edge pitch
tion
Area
Color data
Labeling
Bar code
2D code
ID
2D code (DPM)*
OCR
Communications (Ethernet TCP no-protocol)
I/O
Communications (Ethernet UDP no-protocol, Ethernet FINS/TCP
speci- no-protocol, EtherNet/IP, PLC Link, or PROFINET)
ficaSensor Data Units (I/O)
tions
Sensor Data Units (RS-232C)
* Inspection item for directly marked 2D codes.
FQ2-S1 Series
Single-function Type
Integrated Sensor
FQ2-S2 Series
Standard Type
Integrated Sensor
350,000 pixels
Real color
1
8
350,000 pixels
Real color
32
32
-
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
FQ2-S3 Series High-resolution Type
Integrated Sensor
C-mount
760,000 pixels
1.3 million pixels
Real color/Monochrome Real color/Monochrome
32
32
32
32
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
-
-
-
•
•
-
-
•
•
•
•
•
•
Integrated Sensor
350,000 pixels
Real color/Monochrome
32
32
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
FQ2-CH Series
Optical Character Recognition
Sensor
Integrated Sensor
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
FQ2-S4 Series
Integrated Sensor
C-mount
760,000 pixels
Real color/Monochrome
32
32
1.3 million pixels
Real color/Monochrome
32
32
FQ-CR1 Series
Multi Code Reader
FQ-CR2 Series
2D Code Reader
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Integrated Sensor
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Integrated Sensor
350,000 pixels
Monochrome
32
32
350,000 pixels
Monochrome
32
32
350,000 pixels
Monochrome
32
32
-
-
-
-
•
•
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Ordering Information
Sensor
Inspection Model
FQ2-S1 Series [Single-function Type]
Field of view
Number of pixels
Narrow View
NPN FQ2-S10010F
PNP FQ2-S15010F
Field of view/
Refer to figure 1 on p.20
Installation distance
Color
Standard View
Wide View (Long-distance) Wide View (Short-distance)
350,000 pixels
FQ2-S10050F
FQ2-S10100F
FQ2-S10100N
FQ2-S15050F
FQ2-S15100F
FQ2-S15100N
Refer to figure 2 on p.20
Refer to figure 3 on p.20
Refer to figure 4 on p.20
FQ2-S2 Series [Standard Type]
Field of view
Number of pixels
Narrow View
NPN FQ2-S20010F
PNP FQ2-S25010F
Field of view/
Refer to figure 1 on p.20
Installation distance
Color
Standard View
Wide View (Long-distance) Wide View (Short-distance)
350,000 pixels
FQ2-S20050F
FQ2-S20100F
FQ2-S20100N
FQ2-S25050F
FQ2-S25100F
FQ2-S25100N
Refer to figure 2 on p.20
Refer to figure 3 on p.20
Refer to figure 4 on p.20
Standard View
Wide View (Long-distance)
760,000 pixels
FQ2-S30050F-08
FQ2-S30100F-08
FQ2-S35050F-08
FQ2-S35100F-08
FQ2-S30050F-08M
FQ2-S30100F-08M
FQ2-S35050F-08M
FQ2-S35100F-08M
Wide View (Short-distance)
FQ2-S3 Series [High-resolution Type]
Field of view
Number of pixels
NPN
PNP
NPN
Monochrome
PNP
Field of view/
Installation distance
Color
Narrow View
FQ2-S30010F-08
FQ2-S35010F-08
FQ2-S30010F-08M
FQ2-S35010F-08M
Refer to figure 5 on p.20
Refer to figure 6 on p.20
Refer to figure 7 on p.20
FQ2-S30100N-08
FQ2-S35100N-08
FQ2-S30100N-08M
FQ2-S35100N-08M
Refer to figure 8 on p.20
C-mount
1.3 million pixels
FQ2-S30-13
FQ2-S35-13
FQ2-S30-13M
FQ2-S35-13M
Refer to optical
chart on p.30.
Inspection / ID Model
FQ2-S4 Series [Standard Type]
Field of view
Number of pixels
NPN
PNP
NPN
Monochrome
PNP
Field of view/
Installation distance
Color
Narrow View
FQ2-S40010F
FQ2-S45010F
FQ2-S40010F-M
FQ2-S45010F-M
Refer to figure 1 on p.20
Standard View
Wide View (Long-distance)
350,000 pixels
FQ2-S40050F
FQ2-S40100F
FQ2-S45050F
FQ2-S45100F
FQ2-S40050F-M
FQ2-S40100F-M
FQ2-S45050F-M
FQ2-S45100F-M
Wide View (Short-distance)
FQ2-S40100N
FQ2-S45100N
FQ2-S40100N-M
FQ2-S45100N-M
Refer to figure 2 on p.20
Refer to figure 3 on p.20
Refer to figure 4 on p.20
Standard View
Wide View (Long-distance)
Wide View (Short-distance)
[High-resolution Type]
Field of view
Number of pixels
NPN
PNP
NPN
Monochrome
PNP
Field of view/
Installation distance
Color
Narrow View
FQ2-S40010F-08
FQ2-S45010F-08
FQ2-S40010F-08M
FQ2-S45010F-08M
Refer to figure 5 on p.20
760,000 pixels
FQ2-S40050F-08
FQ2-S40100F-08
FQ2-S45050F-08
FQ2-S45100F-08
FQ2-S40050F-08M
FQ2-S40100F-08M
FQ2-S45050F-08M
FQ2-S45100F-08M
Refer to figure 6 on p.20
FQ2-S40100N-08
FQ2-S45100N-08
FQ2-S40100N-08M
FQ2-S45100N-08M
Refer to figure 7 on p.20
Refer to figure 8 on p.20
Wide View (Long-distance)
Wide View (Short-distance)
ID Model
FQ2-CH Series [Optical Character Recognition Sensor]
Field of view
Number of pixels
Narrow View
NPN FQ2-CH10010F-M
PNP FQ2-CH15010F-M
Field of view/
Refer to figure 1 on p.20
Installation distance
Monochrome
Standard View
350,000 pixels
FQ2-CH10050F-M
FQ2-CH10100F-M
FQ2-CH15050F-M
FQ2-CH15100F-M
FQ2-CH10100N-M
FQ2-CH15100N-M
Refer to figure 2 on p.20
Refer to figure 3 on p.20
Refer to figure 4 on p.20
Standard View
Wide View (Long-distance)
Wide View (Short-distance)
FQ-CR1 Series [Multi Code Reader]
Field of view
Number of pixels
Narrow View
NPN FQ-CR10010F-M
PNP FQ-CR15010F-M
Field of view/
Refer to figure 1 on p.20
Installation distance
Monochrome
FQ-CR10050F-M
FQ-CR15050F-M
350,000 pixels
FQ-CR10100F-M
FQ-CR15100F-M
Refer to figure 2 on p.20
Refer to figure 3 on p.20
FQ-CR10100N-M
FQ-CR15100N-M
Refer to figure 4 on p.20
FQ-CR2 Series [2D Code Reader]
Field of view
Narrow View
Number of pixels
NPN FQ-CR20010F-M
Monochrome
PNP FQ-CR25010F-M
Field of view/
Refer to figure 1 on p.20
Installation distance
Wide View (Long-distance) Wide View (Short-distance)
Standard View
350,000 pixels
FQ-CR20050F-M
FQ-CR20100F-M
FQ-CR20100N-M
FQ-CR25050F-M
FQ-CR25100F-M
FQ-CR25100N-M
Refer to figure 2 on p.20
Refer to figure 3 on p.20
Refer to figure 4 on p.20
C-mount
1.3 million pixels
FQ2-S40-13
FQ2-S45-13
FQ2-S40-13M
FQ2-S45-13M
Refer to optical
chart on p.30.
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Field of view/Installation distance
Field of view
(Unit: mm)
Narrow View
Standard View
Wide View (Long-distance)
Wide View (Short-distance)
Appearance
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
Figure 4
38
57 4.7
350,000 pixels Type
8.2
32
220
56
7.5
Field of
view
13
8.2
13
33
33
53
Field of
view
Field of
view
Field of
view
215
18 29
53
380
970
191
Figure 5
Figure 6
Figure 7
Figure 8
38
760,000 pixels Type
57 6.7
Field of
view
11.6 13
13
11.6
32
220
56
7.5
215
47.3
25.9 29
47.3 53
Field of
view
53
300
240
153
Field of
view
Field of
view
380
970
268
300
240
214
Touch Finder
Type
Appearance
DC power supply
Model
FQ2-D30
AC/DC/battery
Sensor Data Unit (FQ2-S3/S4/CH only)
Type
Appearance
Output type
FQ2-D31 (See note.)
Model
NPN
FQ-SDU10
PNP
FQ-SDU15
NPN
FQ-SDU20
PNP
FQ-SDU25
Parallel Interface
Note: AC Adapter and Battery are sold separately.
Cables
Type
Appearance
FQ Ethernet Cables
(connect Sensor to Touch
Robotic
Finder, Sensor to PC)
cable
I/O Cables
Robotic
cable
Cable
length
Model
2m
FQ-WN002
5m
FQ-WN005
10m
FQ-WN010
20m
FQ-WN020
2m
FQ-WD002
5m
FQ-WD005
10m
FQ-WD010
20m
FQ-WD020
RS-232C Interface
Cables for Sensor Data Unit
Type
Appearance
Sensor Data Unit Cable
Robotic
cable
Parallel Cable for FQ-SDU1*
Parallel Cable for FQ-SDU2*
Cable
length
Model
2m
FQ-WU002
5m
FQ-WU005
10m
FQ-WU010
20m
FQ-WU020
2m
FQ-VP1002
5m
FQ-VP1005
10m
FQ-VP1010
2m
FQ-VP2002
5m
FQ-VP2005
10m
FQ-VP2010
2m
XW2Z-200S-V
5m
XW2Z-500S-V
RS-232C Cable for FQ-SDU2
* When using [email protected]@ , 2 Cables are required for all I/O signals.
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Accessories
Application
Industrial Switching Hubs (Recommended)
Appearance
Name
Model
Mounting Bracket *1
Appearance
Failure
detection
Current
consumption
3
None
0.22 A
Model
FQ-XL
Mounting Bracket for highprecision sensing *2
FQ-XL2
Mounting Base for
C-mount type *3
FQ-XLC
Polarizing Filter Attachment *1
FQ-XF1
W4S1-03B
None
W4S1-05B
5
For Sensor
0.22 A
Supported
W4S1-05C
External Lighting
Type
Model
FLVSeries
FL Series
For Touch
Finder
Number
of ports
Panel Mounting Adapter
FQ-XPM
AC Adapter
(for AC/DC/battery model) *4
[email protected]
Battery *5
(for AC/DC/battery model)
FQ-BAT1
Touch Pen *6
FQ-XT
Strap
FQ-XH
Lenses for C-mount Camera
Voltage
125 V max.
A
250 V max.
250 V max.
C
Certified standards
PSE
UL/CSA
CCC mark
---
Model
FQ-AC1
FQ-AC2
FQ-AC3
FQ-AC4
*5. The Battery uses a lithium ion secondary battery. Confirm any
applicable laws and regulations in the destination country if you
export the Battery.
*6. Enclosed with Touch Finder.
HMCSD491
SD Card (4 GB)
*1. Included with Integrated Sensor.
*2. A mounting Bracket with improved resistance to vibrations and
other external stresses that cause displacement of the optical axis
and field of view.
*3. Included with Sensor with C-mount.
*4. AC Adapters for Touch Finder with DC / AC / Battery Power
Supply.Select the model for the country in which the Touch Finder
will be used.
Plug Type
HMCSD291
SD Card (2 GB)
Refer to Vision Accessory Catalog (Q198)
Refer to optical chart on p.30 for selection of a lens.
High-resolution, Low-distortion Lenses
Model
Appearance/
Dimensions
(mm)
Focal length
Brightness
Filter size
3Z4S-LE
SV-0614H
42 dia.
57.5
6mm
F1.4
M40.5 P0.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-0814H
39 dia.
52.5
8mm
F1.4
M35.5 P0.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-1214H
30 dia.
51.0
12mm
F1.4
M27 P0.5
Extension Tubes
Model
Contents
3Z4S-LE SV-EXR
Set of 7 tubes
(40 mm, 20 mm,10 mm, 5 mm,
2.0 mm,1.0 mm, and 0.5 mm)
Maximum outer diameter: 30 mm dia.
3Z4S-LE
SV-1614H
30 dia.
47.5
16mm
F1.4
M27 P0.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-2514H
30 dia.
36.0
25mm
F1.4
M27 P0.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-3514H
44 dia.
45.5
35mm
F1.4
M35.5 P0.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-5014H
44 dia.
3Z4S-LE
SV-7525H
57.5 36 dia.
50mm
F1.4
M40.5 P0.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-10028H
42.0[WD:∞] to 39 dia.
54.6[WD:1200]
75mm
F2.5
M34.0 P0.5
66.5[WD:∞] to
71.6[WD:2000]
100mm
F2.8
M37.5 P0.5
* Do not use the 0.5-mm, 1.0-mm, and 2.0-mm Extension Tubes
attached to each other. Since these ExtensionTubes are placed
over the threaded section of the Lens or other Extension Tube, the
connection may loosen when more than one 0.5-mm, 1.0- mm or
2.0-mm Extension Tube are used together.
* Reinforcement is required to protect against vibration when
Extension Tubes exceeding 30 mm are used.
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System Configuration
Up to 32 Sensors can be set up and monitored from a single Touch Finder or Touch Finder for PC.
Various types of Sensors can be used at the same time.
However, I/O type and wiring method vary depending on the Sensor, so select the necessary devices.
Sensors (32 max.)*
FQ2-S1/S2/S3/S4/CH,FQ-CR1/CR2
Touch Finder FQ2-D
or Touch Finder for PC
Switching Hub
W4S1
Special Ethernet Cable
FQ-WN
Standard Ethernet Cable
RJ-45 of the FCC regulations
*The Setup Tool can connect to up to 32 Sensors and it can display up to eight Sensors at the same time.
Note: Note: If you register as a member after purchasing a Sensor, you can download free setup software Touch Finder for PC that runs on a PC and can be used
in place of Touch Finder. Refer to the member registration sheet for details.
Ethernet (EtherNet/IP, No-protocol, or PLC Link) Connection
FQ2-S1
FQ2-S2
FQ2-S3
FQ2-S4
FQ2-CH
FQ-CR1
Touch Finder
FQ2-D
or Touch Finder for PC
FQ-CR2
Control PLC
Switching Hub
W4S1
Standard Ethernet Cable*
Standard
Ethernet Cable*
Trigger sensor
I/O control PLC
Sensor
FQ2-S1/S2/S3/S4/CH, FQ-CR1/CR2
DC24V
FQ
Ethernet Cable
FQ-WN
I/O Cable
FQ-WD
FL-STC
FL-series
Lighting Controller External Lighting
DC24V
* RJ-45 of the FCC regulations
Parallel Interface Connection
Connection with Standard
Parallel Interface of the
Sensor
FQ2-S1
FQ2-S2
FQ2-S3
FQ2-S4
FQ2-CH
FQ-CR1
Touch Finder
FQ2-D
or Touch Finder for PC
Sensor
FQ2-S1/S2/S3/S4/CH,FQ-CR1/CR2
Trigger sensor Sensor control PLC
I/O control PLC
I/O Cable
FQ-WD
FQ
Ethernet Cable
FQ-WN
FL-STC
FL-series
Lighting Controller External Lighting
DC24V
FQ-CR2
DC24V
Connection through a
Parallel Interface Sensor
Data Unit
FQ2-S1
FQ2-S2
FQ2-S3
FQ2-S4
FQ2-CH
FQ-CR1
Touch Finder
FQ2-D
or Touch Finder for PC
Sensor
FQ2-S3/S4/CH
FQ
Ethernet Cable
FQ-WN
Parallel Interface
Sensor Data Unit
FQ-SDU1
Sensor Data
Unit Cable
FQ-WU
DC24V
FQ-CR2
Parallel Cable
for FQ-SDU1
FQ-VP1
x 2 cables
Trigger sensor
Sensor control PLC
I/O control PLC
FL-STC
FL-series
Lighting Controller External Lighting
DC24V
RS-232C Serial Connection
FQ2-S1
FQ2-S2
FQ2-S3
FQ2-S4
FQ2-CH
FQ-CR1
FQ-CR2
(FQ2-S3 only)
Touch Finder
FQ2-D
or Touch Finder for PC
Sensor
FQ2-S3/S4/CH
RS-232C Interface
Sensor Data Unit
FQ-SDU2
Parallel Cable for
FQ-SDU2
FQ-VP2 x 2 cables
FQ
Ethernet Cable
FQ-WN
DC24V
Sensor Data
Unit Cable
FQ-WU
Trigger sensor Sensor control PLC
I/O control PLC
RS-232C Cable
XW2Z- @00S-V
FL-STC
FL-series
Lighting Controller External Lighting
Model compatible with
communications interface
Compatible
Not compatible
Sensor control PLC
DC24V
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Ratings and Performance
Sensor
[Inspection Model FQ2-S1/S2/S3 Series]
Item
Single-function type
Standard type
NPN
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PNP
Field of view
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Model
Installation distance
Main
functions
Inspection items
Number of simultaneous
measurements
Position compensation
Number of
registered scenes
Calibration
Image processing
method
Lighting
Data
logging
FQ2-S30-13
FQ2-S30-13M
FQ2-S35-13
FQ2-S35-13M
Select a lens according to the field of view
Refer to Ordering Information on p.19. (Tolerance (field of view): ±10% max.)
and installation distance.
Refer to the optical chart on p.30.
Shape Search III, Shape Search II, Search, sensitive search, area, color data, edge position, edge pitch, edge width, and labeling
1
32
Supported (360º Model position compensation, Edge position compensation, Linear correction)
8*
32 *
Supported
Real color
Monochrome
Real color
Monochrome
Processing resolution
High dynamic range (HDR), image adjustment (Color Gray Filter, Weak smoothing, Strong smoothing, Dilate, Erosion, Median,
Extract edges, Extract horizontal edges, Extract vertical edges, Enhance edges, Background suppression), polarizing filter
(attachment), and white balance (Sensors with Color Cameras only), Brightness Correction
1/2-inch
1/2-inch
1/3-inch color CMOS
1/2-inch color CMOS
1/2-inch color CMOS
Monochrome CMOS
Monochrome CMOS
Built-in lighting ON: 1/250 to 1/50,000s Built-in lighting ON: 1/250 to 1/60,000s
1/1 to 1/4155s
Built-in lighting OFF: 1/1 to 1/50,000s Built-in lighting OFF: 1/1 to 1/4155s
752 × 480
928 × 828
1280 × 1024
Partial input function
Supported horizontally only.
Image display
Zoom-in/Zoom-out/Fit, Rotating by 180°
Lens mounts
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C-mount
Lighting method
Pulse
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Lighting color
White
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Image filter
Image
input
High-resolution type
Image elements
Shutter
Supported horizontally and vertically
Measurement data In Sensor: 1,000 items (If a Touch Finder is used, results can be saved up to the capacity of an SD card.)
In Sensor: 20 images (If a Touch Finder is used, images can be saved up to the capacity of an SD card.)
Statistical data, Test Measurements, I/O monitor, Password function, Simulation software, Sensor error history, Calibration,
Auxiliary function
Math (arithmetic, calculation functions, trigonometric functions, and logic functions)
External trigger (single or continuous)
Measurement trigger
Communications trigger (Ethernet TCP no-protocol, Ethernet UDP no-protocol, Ethernet FINS/TCP no-protocol, EtherNet/IP,
PLC Link , or PROFINET)
7 signals
Input signals
• Single measurement input (TRIG)
• Control command input (IN0 to IN5)
3 signals
• Control output (BUSY)
• Overall judgement output (OR)
• Error output (ERROR)
Note: The assignments of the three output signals (OUT0 to OUT2) can also be changed to the following:
Output
signals
I/O
• READY
specificati
• RUN
ons
• STG (Strobe trigger)
• OR0 (Item0 judgement) to OR31 (Item31 judgement)
• Exp.0 judgement to Exp.31 judgement
Ethernet specifications 100Base-TX/10Base-T
Ratings
Images
Communications
Ethernet TCP no-protocol, Ethernet UDP no-protocol, Ethernet FINS/TCP no-protocol, EtherNet/IP, PLC Link , or PROFINET
I/O expansion
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Possible by connecting FQ-SDU1_ Sensor Data Unit. 11 inputs and 24 outputs
RS-232C
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Possible by connecting FQ-SDU2_ Sensor Data Unit. 8 inputs and 7 outputs
Power supply voltage 21.6 to 26.4 VDC (including ripple)
Current consumption
Ambient
temperature
range
Ambient humidity range
2.4 A max.
Operating: 0 to 50ºC
Operating: 0 to 40ºC
Storage: -25 to 65ºC
Storage: -25 to 65ºC
(with no icing or condensation)
(with no icing or condensation)
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Environme Ambient atmosphere No corrosive gas
ntal
Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz, single amplitude: 0.35 mm, X/Y/Z directions
immunity (destruction)
8 min each, 10 times
Shock resistance
150 m/s2 3 times each in 6 direction (up, down, right, left, forward, and backward)
(destruction)
Degree of
IEC 60529 IP67 (Except when Polarizing Filter Attachment is mounted
protection
or connector cap is removed.)
Sensor: PBT, PC, SUS
Mounting Bracket: PBT
Materials
Polarizing Filter Attachment: PBT, PC
Ethernet connector: Oil-resistance vinyl compound
I/O connector: Lead-free heat-resistant PVC
Narrow View/Standard View:Approx.160 g
Weight
Wide View:Approx.150 g
Mounting Bracket (FQ-XL) (1)
Accessories included
Polarizing Filter Attachment (FQ-XF1) (1)
with sensor
Instruction Manual , Member Registration Sheet
LED class
Risk Group 2 (IEC62471)
Applicable standards
EC Directive No.2004/108/EC and EN standard EN 61326-1
* The maximum number of registerable scenes depends on settings due to restrictions on memory.
0.3 A max.
IEC 60529 IP40
Cover: Zinc-plated steel,
Thickness: 0.6 mm
Case: Aluminum diecast alloy (ADC-12)
Mounting base: Polycarbonate ABS
Approx. 160 g without base,
Approx. 185 g with base
Mounting Base (FQ-XLC) (1)
Mounting Screw (M3 × 8mm) (4)
Instruction Manual, Member Registration Sheet
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Sensor
[Inspection/ID Model FQ2-S4 Series]
Item
NPN
Model
PNP
Field of view
Installation distance
Inspection items
Main
functions
Number of
simultaneous
measurements
Position compensation
Number of
registered scenes
Calibration
Retry function
Image processing
method
Inspection/ID Model
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Select a lens according to the field of view
Refer to Ordering Information on p.19. (Tolerance (field of view): ±10% max.)
and installation distance.
Refer to the optical chart on p.30.
Shape Search III, Shape Search II, Search, Sensitive Search, Area, Color Data, Edge Position, Edge Pitch, Edge Width, Labeling,
OCR *1, Bar code *2, 2D-code *2, 2D-code (DMP) *3, and Model Dictionary
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Supported (360º Model position compensation, Edge position compensation, Linear correction)
32 *4
Supported
Normal retry, Exposure retry, Scene retry, Trigger retry
Real color
Monochrome
Real color
Monochrome
Real color
Monochrome
High dynamic range (HDR), image adjustment (Color Gray Filter, Weak smoothing, Strong smoothing, Dilate, Erosion, Median, Extract
Image filter
edges, Extract horizontal edges, Extract vertical edges, Enhance edges, Background suppression), polarizing filter (attachment), and
white balance (Sensors with Color Cameras only), Brightness Correction
1/2-inch
1/2-inch
1/3-inch
1/2-inch color CMOS
1/2-inch color CMOS
Image
elements
1/3-inch
color CMOS
Image
Monochrome CMOS
Monochrome CMOS
Monochrome CMOS
input
Built-in lighting ON: 1/250 to 1/50,000s
Built-in lighting ON: 1/250 to 1/60,000s
Shutter
1/1 to 1/4155s
Built-in lighting OFF: 1/1 to 1/50,000s
Built-in lighting OFF: 1/1 to 1/4155s
Processing resolution 752 × 480
928 × 828
1280 × 1024
Partial input function Supported horizontally only.
Supported horizontally and vertically
Image display
Zoom-in/Zoom-out/Fit, Rotating by 180°
Lens mounts
--C-mount
Lighting method
Pulse
--Lighting
Lighting color
White
--Measurement data In Sensor: 1,000 items (If a Touch Finder is used, results can be saved up to the capacity of an SD card.)
Data
logging
Images
In Sensor: 20 images (If a Touch Finder is used, images can be saved up to the capacity of an SD card.)
Statistical data, Test Measurements, I/O monitor, Password function, Simulation software, Sensor error history, Calibration,
Auxiliary function
Math (arithmetic, calculation functions, trigonometric functions, and logic functions)
External trigger (single or continuous)
Measurement trigger
Communications trigger (Ethernet TCP no-protocol, Ethernet UDP no-protocol, Ethernet FINS/TCP no-protocol, EtherNet/IP, PLC Link ,
or PROFINET)
7 signals
Input signals
• Single measurement input (TRIG)
• Control command input (IN0 to IN5)
3 signals
• Control output (BUSY)
• Overall judgement output (OR)
• Error output (ERROR)
Note: The assignments of the three output signals (OUT0 to OUT2) can also be changed to the following:
Output signals
I/O
• READY
specificati
• RUN
ons
• STG (Strobe trigger)
• OR0 (Item0 judgement) to OR31 (Item31 judgement)
• Exp.0 judgement to Exp.31 judgement
Ethernet
100Base-TX/10Base-T
specifications
Communications
Ethernet TCP no-protocol, Ethernet UDP no-protocol, Ethernet FINS/TCP no-protocol, EtherNet/IP, PLC Link , or PROFINET
I/O expansion
Possible by connecting FQ-SDU1_ Sensor Data Unit. 11 inputs and 24 outputs
RS-232C
Possible by connecting FQ-SDU2_ Sensor Data Unit. 8 inputs and 7 outputs
Power supply voltage 21.6 to 26.4 VDC (including ripple)
Ratings
Current consumption 2.4 A max.
0.3 A max.
Ambient
Operating: 0 to 40ºC
temperature
Storage: -25 to 65ºC
range
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Environme Ambient atmosphere No corrosive gas
ntal
immunity Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz, single amplitude: 0.35 mm, X/Y/Z directions
(destruction)
8 min each, 10 times
Shock resistance
150 m/s2 3 times each in 6 direction (up, down, right, left, forward, and backward)
(destruction)
Degree of protection IEC 60529 IP67 (Except when Polarizing Filter Attachment is mounted or connector cap is removed.) IEC 60529 IP40
Sensor: PBT, PC, SUS
Cover: Zinc-plated steel,
Mounting Bracket: PBT
Thickness: 0.6 mm
Materials
Polarizing Filter Attachment: PBT, PC
Case: Aluminum diecast alloy (ADC-12)
Ethernet connector: Oil-resistance vinyl compound
Mounting base: Polycarbonate ABS
I/O connector: Lead-free heat-resistant PVC
Narrow View/Standard View:Approx.160 g
Approx. 160 g without base,
Weight
Wide View:Approx.150 g
Approx. 185 g with base
Mounting Bracket (FQ-XL) (1)
Mounting Base (FQ-XLC) (1)
Accessories included
Polarizing Filter Attachment (FQ-XF1) (1)
Mounting Screw (M3 × 8mm) (4)
with sensor
Instruction Manual, Member Registration Sheet
Instruction Manual, Member Registration Sheet
LED class
Risk Group 2 (IEC62471)
--Applicable standards
EC Directive No.2004/108/EC and EN standard EN 61326-1
*1.
*2.
*3.
*4.
The types of characters to be read are the same as those of FQ2-CH Optical Character Recognition Sensor (p.25).
The types of cedes to be read are the same as those of FQ-CR1 Multi Code Reader (p.25).
The types of cedes to be read are the same as those of FQ-CR2 2D Code Reader (p.25).
The maximum number of registerable scenes depends on settings due to restrictions on memory.
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Sensor
[ID Model FQ2-CH, FQ-CR1/CR2 Series]
Item
NPN
PNP
Field of view
Installation distance
Optical Character Recognition Sensor
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Model
Inspection items
Main
functions
Image filter
Verification function
Retry function
Number of simultaneous
measurements
Position compensation
Number of registered scenes
Image processing method
Image filter
Image
input
Image elements
Shutter
Multi Code Reader
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2D Code Reader
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Refer to Ordering Information on p.19. (Tolerance (field of view): ±10% max.)
OCR
⋅ Alphabet A to Z
⋅ Number 0 to 9
⋅ Symbol
' - . : /
Model dictionary
Weak smoothing, Strong smoothing, Dilate,
Erosion, Median, Extract edges, Extract
horizontal edges, Extract vertical edges,
Enhance edges, Background suppression
Supported
Normal retry, Exposure retry, Scene retry,
Trigger retry
2D Code (Data Matrix (EC200), QR Code,
MicroQR Code, PDF417, MicroPDF417,
GS1-DataMatrix)
Bar Code (JAN/EAN/UPC, Code39,
Codabar (NW-7), ITF (Interleaved 2 of 5),
Code 93, Code128/GS1-128,
GS1 DataBar* (Truncated,Stacked,
Omni-directional, Stacked
Omnidirectional,Limited, Expanded,
Expanded Stacked), Pharmacode, GS1-128
Composite Code (CC-A, CC-B, CC-C))
2D Code
(Data Matrix (EC200), QR Code)
None
Filter function (Smooth, Dilate, Erosion,
Median), Code Error Correction Position
Display
Supported
None
None
Normal retry, Exposure retry, Scene retry,
Trigger retry
32
Supported (360º Model position compensation, Edge position compensation, Linear correction)
None
32
Monochrome
High dynamic range (HDR), polarizing filter
High dynamic range (HDR), polarizing filter (attachment)
(attachment), Brightness Correction
1/3-inch Monochrome CMOS
Built-in lighting ON: 1/250 to 1/50,000s
1/250 to 1/30,000s
1/250 to 1/32,258s
Built-in lighting OFF: 1/1 to 1/50,000s
752 × 480
Supported horizontally only.
Zoom-in/Zoom-out/Fit, Rotating by 180°
Zoom-in/Zoom-out/Fit
Pulse
White
In Sensor: 1,000 items (If a Touch Finder is used, results can be saved up to the capacity of an SD card.)
In Sensor: 20 images (If a Touch Finder is used, images can be saved up to the capacity of an SD card.)
Statistical data, Test Measurements, I/O monitor, Password function, Simulation software, Sensor error history, Calibration
Arithmetic, calculation functions, trigonometric functions, and logic functions
--External trigger (single or continuous)
Communications trigger (Ethernet TCP no-protocol, External trigger (single or continuous)
Measurement trigger
Ethernet UDP no-protocol, Ethernet FINS/TCP no- Communications trigger (Ethernet TCP no-protocol)
protocol, EtherNet/IP, PLC Link, or PROFINET)
7 signals
Input signals
• Single measurement input (TRIG)
• Control command input (IN0 to IN5)
3 signals
• Control output (BUSY)
• Overall judgement output (OR)
• Error output (ERROR)
3 signals
Note: The assignments of the three
• Control output (BUSY)
output signals (OUT0 to OUT2) can
• Overall judgement output (OR)
Output signals
also be changed to the following:
• Error output (ERROR)
• READY
Note: Note:The three output signals can be allocated for the judgements of individual
I/O
• RUN
inspection items.
specificat
• STG (Strobe trigger)
ions
• OR0 (Item0 judgement) to OR31 (Item31
judgement)
• Exp.0 judgement to Exp.31 judgement
Ethernet specifications 100Base-TX/10Base-T
Ethernet TCP no-protocol, Ethernet UDP
Communications
no-protocol, Ethernet FINS/TCP no-protocol, Ethernet TCP no-protocol
EtherNet/IP, PLC Link, or PROFINET
Possible by connecting FQ-SDU1_ Sensor
I/O expansion
--Data Unit. 11 inputs and 24 outputs
Possible by connecting FQ-SDU2_ Sensor Data Unit.
RS-232C
--8 inputs and 7 outputs
Power supply voltage 21.6 to 26.4 VDC (including ripple)
Ratings
Current consumption
2.4 A max.
Ambient temperature Operating: 0 to 40ºC, Storage: -25 to 65ºC
Operating: 0 to 50ºC, Storage: -25 to 65ºC
range
(with no icing or condensation)
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
No corrosive gas
Environm Ambient atmosphere
ental
Vibration resistance
10 to 150 Hz, single amplitude: 0.35 mm, X/Y/Z directions
immunity (destruction)
8 min each, 10 times
Shock resistance
150 m/s2 3 times each in 6 direction (up, down, right, left, forward, and backward)
(destruction)
Degree of protection
IEC 60529 IP67 (Except when Polarizing Filter Attachment is mounted or connector cap is removed.)
Sensor: PBT, PC, SUS, Mounting Bracket: PBT, Polarizing Filter Attachment: PBT, PC
Materials
Ethernet connector: Oil-resistance vinyl compound, I/O connector: Lead-free heat-resistant PVC
Weight
Narrow View/Standard View:Approx.160 g Wide View:Approx.150 g
Accessories included with sensor Mounting Bracket (FQ-XL) (1), Polarizing Filter Attachment (FQ-XF1) (1), Instruction Manual, Member Registration Sheet
LED class
Risk Group 2 (IEC62471)
Processing resolution
Partial input function
Image display
Lighting method
Lighting
Lighting color
Measurement data
Data
logging
Images
Auxiliary function
Math function
Applicable standards
EC Directive No.2004/108/EC and EN standard EN 61326-1
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Touch Finder
Type
Item
Last result display, Last NG display, trend monitor, histograms
Types of display images
Through, frozen, zoom-in, and zoom-out images
Data logging
Measurement results, measured images
LCD
Indications
Backlight
External
interface
FQ2-D31
Types of measurement displays
Menu language
Operation
interface
Model with AC/DC/battery power supply
FQ2-D30
Number of sensors that can be recognized (switched): 32 max. number or sensor that can displayed on
monitor: 8 max.
Number of connectable Sensor
Main functions
Model with DC power supply
Model
Touch
screen
English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, Japanese
Display device
3.5-inch TFT color LCD
Pixels
320 × 240
Display colors
16.7 million
Life expectancy *1
50,000 hours at 25ºC
Brightness adjustment
Provided
Screen saver
Provided
Method
Resistance film
Life expectancy *2
1,000,000 touch operations
Ethernet
100BASE-TX/10BASE-T
SDHC-compliant, Class 4 or higher recommended
SD card
Power supply voltage
DC power connection:21.6 to 26.4 VDC
(including ripple)
Ratings
Continuous operation on Battery *3
Environmental
immunity
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DC power connection: 21.6 to 26.4 VDC
(including ripple)
AC adapter (manufactured by Sino-American Japan
Co., Ltd) connection: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Battery connection: FQ-BAT1 Battery (1cell, 3.7 V)
1.5 h
Power consumption
DC power connection: 0.2 A max.
DC power connection: 0.2 A max.
Charging battery:
0.4 A max.
Ambient temperature range
Operating: 0 to 50ºC
Storage: −25 to 65ºC
(with no icing or condensation)
Operating: 0 to 50ºC when mounted to DIN Track or panel
Operation on Battery: 0 to 40ºC
Storage:
−25 to 65ºC
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient atmosphere
No corrosive gas
Vibration resistance (destruction)
10 to 150 Hz, single amplitude: 0.35 mm, X/Y/Z directions
8 min each, 10 times
Shock resistance (destruction)
150 m/s2 3 times each in 6 direction (up, down, right, left, forward, and backward)
Degree of protection
IEC 60529 IP20 (when SD card cover, connector cap, or harness is attached)
Weight
Approx. 270 g (without Battery and hand strap attached)
Materials
Case: ABS
Accessories included with Touch Finder
Touch Pen (FQ-XT), Instruction Manual
*1. This is a guideline for the time required for the brightness to diminish to half the initial brightness at room temperature and humidity. The life of the backlight is
greatly affected by the ambient temperature and humidity and will be shorter at lower or higher temperatures.
*2. This value is only a guideline. No guarantee is implied. The value will be affected by operating conditions.
*3. This value is only a guideline. No guarantee is implied. The value will be affected by the operating environment and operating conditions.
Sensor Data Units (FQ2-S3/S4/CH only)
Item
Model
Parallel Interface
RS-232C Interface
NPN
FQ-SDU10
FQ-SDU20
PNP
FQ-SDU15
FQ-SDU25
Parallel I/O
I/O
specifications
Connector 1
16 outputs (D0 to D15)
6 inputs (IN0 to IN5)
Connector 2
11 inputs (TRIG, RESET, IN0 to IN7, and DSA)
8 outputs (GATE, ACK, RUN, BUSY, OR, ERROR,
STGOUT, and SHTOUT)
2 inputs (TRIG and RESET)
7 outputs (ACK, RUN, BUSY, OR, ERROR,
STGOUT, and SHTOUT)
RS-232C
1 channel, 115,200 bps max.
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*Number of connected Sensors: 1
Power supply voltage
21.6 to 26.4 VDC (including ripple)
Insulation resistance
Between all DC external terminals and case: 0.5 MΩ min (at 250 VDC)
Current consumption
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Ambient temperature range
Operating: 0 to 50ºC, Storage: -20 to 65ºC (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient atmosphere
No corrosive gas
Vibration resistance (destruction)
10 to 150 Hz, single amplitude: 0.35 mm, X/Y/Z directions, 8 min each, 10 times
Shock resistance (destruction)
150 m/s2 3 times each in 6 directions (up, down, right, left, forward, and backward)
Degree of protection
IEC 60529 IP20
Ratings
Environmental
immunity
---
Sensor interface
Materials
Case: PC + ABS, PC
Weight
Approx. 150 g
Accessories included with Sensor Data Unit
Instruction Manual
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Battery
Item
Model
FQ-BAT1
Battery type
Secondary lithium ion battery
Nominal capacity
1,800 mAh
Rated voltage
3.7 V
Ambient temperature range
Operating: 0 to 40ºC
Storage: −25 to 65ºC (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Charging method
Charged in Touch Finder (FQ2-D31). AC adapter ([email protected]) is required.
Charging time *1
2h
Usage time *1
1.5 h
Battery backup life (See note 2.)
300 charging cycles
Weight
50 g max.
*1. This value is only a guideline. No guarantee is implied. The value will be affected by operating conditions
*2. This is a guideline for the time required for the capacity of the Battery to be reduced to 60% of the initial capacity. No guarantee is implied. The value will be affected
by the operating environment and operating conditions.
System Requirements for Touch Finder for PC
The following Personal Computer system is required to use the software.
OS
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition/Professional SP2 or higher (32-bit version)
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium or higher (32-bit/64-bit version)
CPU
Core 2 Duo 1.06 GHz or the equivalent or higher
RAM
1GB min.
HDD
500 MB min. available space *
Monitor
1,024 × 768 dots min.
*. Available space is also required separately for data logging.
• Windows is registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.
Other company names and product names in this document are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Sensor
Integrated Sensor
Narrow View
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Standard View
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The mounting bracket
FQ-XL(included with Sensor)
Optical
axis
46
46
Optical
axis
44
1
45
45
67
32
4-M4
Depth: 6
90
(108)
11
8
38
(57)
32
20
3
20
38
42
38
(49)
4-M3 Depth: 4
Mounting hole dimensions
Four, 3.4 dia.
26
78
38
(12.5)
26±0.1
69.5±0.1
Mounting screw recommended
tightening torque:0.54N·m
12.3
26
29 dia.
19
13
(3.8)
4-M3 Depth: 4 *
3.5
6.5
69.5
4.5
6-M3 Depth: 4
26
3.5
37
32.5
* The shape of opposite side similar.
Mounting Base FQ-XLC (included with Sensor)
1/4-20UNC Depth: 4
2-M3 Depth: 4
4-M4 Depth: 4
Mounting hole dimensions
Two, 3.4 dia.
Four, 4.5 dia.
20
34 18
7.2
20.2
23.5
16.3±0.1
20.2±0.1
65
80.5
18±0.1
20±0.1
57.8±0.1
Mounting screw recommended tightening
torque:0.54N·m
3
9
(18)
20
38
42
Tightening torque: 1.2 N·m
C-mount
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69.5
8
20±0.1
Tightening torque: 1.2 N·m
9
1/4-20UNC
Depth: 6
Mounting hole dimensions
Two, 4.5 dia.
20±0.1
3.5
20
9
Mounting hole dimensions
Two, 4.5 dia.
Optical
axis
(108)
(25)
1/4-20UNC
Depth: 6
(18)
4-M4
Depth: 6
90
67
(25)
9
38
44
1
6
29
(Unit: mm)
Touch Finder
FQ2-D30/-D31
Panel Mounting Adapter FQ-XPM
(36.9)
(2)
31.6
3.5
20
116
44.5
95
33
95
(See note.)
70
(133.4)
116 85
35.5
52.9 85
14
27.9
23.8
(8.1)
Panel Cutout Dimensions
13.5
15
111±1
12.1
27
10
19.2 17.3
Panel
111±1
(See note.)
Note: Provided with FQ2-D31 only.
Sensor Data Unit
FQ-SDU10/-SDU15
FQ-SDU20/-SDU25
(70.9)
14
51.3
42.8
84.2
(70.9)
14
(54.1)
90
(71.8)
75
90
75
67.9
(5.3)
31.4 (13.7) (5.3)
21
(13.7)
21
4
17.5
42.8
51.3
62
65
(73.9)
84.2
M3 Screw
4
18.4
17.5
49.3
62
65
70.7
(73.9)
M3 Screw
Optical Chart
for C-mount Camera [email protected]@/[email protected]@
High-resolution, Low-distortion Lenses 3Z4S-LE [email protected]@@@H
10000
3Z4S-LE
SV-0614H
t0
Camera installation distance (mm)
30
SV-0814H
t0 t0
t5
1000
t25 t20
t30
t50t40
t5
1
SV-2514H
SV-3514H
t0
t0
t0
t0
t25 t20
t30 t15 t10
t5
t2
t50 t40 t30 t25 t20
t10
t1
t15
t5
t30t25t20
t2
t0.5
t1
t10
t15
t0.5
t5 t2
100
SV-1614H
t0
t0
t10
t15 t5
t50 t40
10
t15 t10
SV-1214H
SV-5014H
SV-7525H
SV-10028H
Extension tube
Examples
t0: Extension tube is not required.
t5: A 5-mm
extension tube is required.
10
100
Y axis of field of view (mm)
1000
Meaning of Optical Chart
The X axis of the optical chart shows the field of view (mm) (See Note.),
and the Y axis of the optical chart shows the camera installation distance (mm).
Note: The lengths of the fields of view given in the optical charts are the lengths
of the Y axis.
Camera
Extension tube
t_ (mm)
Camera lens
Camera installation
distance (mm)
Measurement
object
Field of view (mm)
Related Manuals
Man.No.
Model number
Manual
Z337
FQ2-S1/S2/S3/S4/CH
Smart Camera FQ2-S/CH Series User's manual
Z338
FQ2-S1/S2/S3/S4/CH
Smart Camera FQ2-S/CH Series User's manual (Communication Settings)
Z329
FQ-CR1-M
Fixed Mount Multi Code Reader FQ-CR1-M User's manual
Z316
FQ-CR2
Fixed Mount 2D Code Reader FQ-CR2 User's manual
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Vision Series Lineup
The lineup covers everything from cost-effective Smart Cameras to ultra-high-speed Vision Systems.
Cost
Choose the best combination for your budget and needs.
FH Series
FQ2 Series
-Inspection model
-ID model
-Inspection/ID model
Functionality and processing speed
Smart Camera
Vision System
These integrated cameras provide a cost
effective solution for a wide range of
vision applications.
This package-type Vision System provides
both high-end inspection capabilities and
excellent processing speed.
Note: Refer to the FH Series Catalog (Cat. No. Q197) for details.
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