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Vision Sensor FZ4 Series
Keep on Evolving to the top of Image Sensing
» Speed evolution by Quad Processing
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Shape Search ll : Cutting edge algorithm for search evolution
Keep on Evolving
Speed and accuracy determine the basic
performance of sensing.Usability efficiently
puts that performance to work.OMRON’s FZ
Series of Vision Sensors represent an evolutionary journey that takes these three aspects
from the past and into the future to allow you
to increase quality.
FZ3
-900
FZ3
2.2GHz
-700
Dual Processing
2.2GHz
FZ2
High-speed camera
-500
High-speed halation
prevention filter
High-Grade processing items
FZ1
Color shadings elimination filter
2.0GHz
-300
Trapezoidal distortion correction
5 million-pixel camera
1.5GHz
Double-speed Camera
Multi-input function
HDR(High Dynamic Range)
Panorama image processing
2 million-pixel Camera
Low-distortion Lenses
Real Color
Non-stop adjustment
Small digital cameras
Flow menu
Intelligent cameras
Strobe controller
Simulation software
Autofocus cameras
PLC link function
Multi-line randomtrigger
EtherNet/IP
Intelligent compact
camera
NG Analyzer
Some of the FZ4-series products in this catalog will be discontinued. For further information, refer to the Ordering Information.
FZ4
-1100
Class No.1 speed
Quad Processing
2.4GHz
P
4
P
6
Speed
Greatest Detection Class No.1 speed
Shape Search ll
Accuracy
Image Filters
Brightness Correct Filter
Stripe Removal Filter ll
Precise Calibration
18
P
Utility
11
Remote Operation
P
User Data
P
13
Usability
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Speed
Class No.1 speed
Quad Processing
Single processing led to dual processing, and now the FZ4 takes evolution one
step farther with quad processing featuring multi-core, multi-thread operation.
Parallel execution of the process flow is automatically calculated to achieve
optimum allocation of tasks according to the processor load to achieve the
fastest processing in this class. The rapidly-evolving Intel ® processors are used.
Performance is maximized with a unique software structure that is matched to
the processors.
Four-track Parallel Processing
Software that has been designed specifically for quad processing automatically determines the faster processing scheme. Maximum speed has been
achieved even for High-resolution Cameras and search processing, both of which place a high load on the system.
Quad Processing
Processing 1
Processing 2
Minimized
processing time
Processing 3
Processing 4
Previous
Single-task Processing
Processing 1
Processing 2
Processing 3
Processing 4
Example of Faster Operation with Quad Processing
The optimum processing scheme to minimize the time from image input to results output is automatically determined to perform parallel processing.
Previous
Processing
Flow
Quad
Processing
Flow
Camera
image input
Camera
image input
Search1
Search1
Search1
Search2
Search2
Search2
Position
Compensation
Character Inspection
Character Inspection
Position
Compensation
Character Inspection
Cut in half
Character Inspection
Character Inspection
18.8ms
42.2ms
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High-speed Processing for High-resolution Images of 5 Million Pixels
Twice the Processing Speed
Increase Quality without Increasing Takt Time
Multi-core processing distributes processing to increase speed even for
individual processes.The results are the most apparent for high-resolution
images.
Even if the takt time takes priority, you can still process high-resolution
and Real Color images with limited affect on the takt time. We can help
you increase quality for both color and resolution.
Search Speed Comparison
Speed Comparison for Position Compensation and Defect Inspection
Processing time
100ms
Search
processing:
1/2
Resolution
Color Processing
The FZ4-1100 and it’s quad processing can
let you change from a 2-million to a 5million-pixel Camera with essentially no
increase in the processing time.
The FZ4-1100 and it’s quad processing can
handle real-color images in less time than
previous Vision Sensors could handle monochrome images.
Processing time
Processing time
150ms
60ms
Search
processing:
100ms
1/ 2
Search
processing:
20ms
Essentially
the same
processing time
FZ3-900
5 million-pixel
camera
processing
time
50ms
1/ 2
FZ3-900
FZ4-1100
300,000 pixels camera
High-speed
processing of
color images
50ms
30ms
10ms
FZ3-900
FZ4-1100
2 million-pixel camera
FZ3-900
FZ4-1100
5 million-pixel camera
Note: Comparison of monochrome images.
FZ3-900
FZ4-1100
2 million-pixel 5 million-pixel
camera
camera
Note: Comparison of monochrome images.
FZ3-900
FZ4-1100
Monochrome
Real color
Note: Comparison for 2-million-pixel Cameras.
Multi-input Function
Faster processing by preceding image capture and inspection in parallel
Up to 32 image capture*
Each camera has its own image buffer for storing image data that is separate from the main memory used for measurement processing. This allows for up
to 32 frames of continuous high-speed image capture even while the main memory is processing measurement data.
Difference from conventional method
Image capture
Conventional method
Measurement
processing
Multi-input function
Inspection of characters printed on electronic components
Second
image
First
image
Image capture First
image
Measurement
processing
First
image
Second image
Third image
Fourth image
Fifth image
Sixth image
Second
image
First
image
Second
image
First image
Third
image
Fourth
image
Second
image
Fifth
image
Third
image
Images can be
captured continuously
while measuring.
*The number of images that can be taken depends on the Controller and the Camera that is connected to it.Refer to the user’s manual for details.
Capturing the images of components on a tray continuously,
and processing measurements until the next tray arrives
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Accurac y
Greatest Detection
×
Class No.1 Speed
A Revolution in Searching Power. Shape Search II
The technology to find image patterns forms the basis of image sensing.The FZ4 features
the Shape Search II, a new processing item that focuses on outline information.Even with
overlapping images, tilting, or deformation, both the accuracy of recognizing image
patterns and the speed of processing high-resolution images are ensured.
Maximizing Detection Performance
Shape Search II
Previous
Pattern Search
Deformation and Tilting
The FZ4 handles image deformation caused by the location of the workpieces
when the Camera is installed at an angle, and it handles workpiece inclination.
Contrast
Blurring
Robust processing handles
image blurring caused by
variations in workpiece
height. Detection is possible for high-precision lenses even if a limited amount
of blurring occurs.
Stable detection is possible even for variations in
contrast caused by lighting or
workpiece orientation.
Noise
Defects
The center portion is traced even for incomplete marks that result from light reflections
or noise caused by overlapping with the workpiece to simplify troublesome alignment
mark detection.
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Maximizing Speed
High-speed Processing at High Resolution Throughout 360° Rotation
With previous searching, the processing time was greatly increased if the workpiece was rotated or if the image resolution increased. With Shape Search II, processing time is
not greatly delayed throughout 360° rotation or if resolution is increases. Manufacturing takt time can be reduced and inspection items can be added to help increase quality.
Camera Resolution and 360° Search Processing Time (Typical Example)
Processing time
50ms
40ms
30ms
20ms
10ms
0
300,000 pixels camera
2 million-pixel camera
5 million-pixel camera
Pixels
Maximizing Stability
Industry-leading positional precision
After finding the general position and orientation of the workpiece, position information on edge points enables finding the precise position and orientation. The edge point
position information instead of image density information is used to detect positions more precisely than with normal searching methods.
Linear Data (Typical Example)
Error
0.2pix
Position error:
0.015 pixels max.
0.1pix
0pix
-0.1pix
-0.2pix
0.5mm
1mm
1.5mm
2mm
Position
Optimizing Settings
Detection performance, speed, and stability mean that you do not need to adjust detailed parameter settings. You can quickly achieve the optimum settings and minimize
setting errors caused by trying to increase performance or caused by worker differences.
Parameters can be quickly
determined according to
the application.
Set the parameters and
register models to complete the setup.
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Us a bi l ity
[ D e s i g n U t i lity ]
Easily Take Advantage of a Wide Range of Functions
Program-free Design, Unique Menus for Easy Operation Onsite, and a Touch Panel.
Even long, complex processing flows can be easily set up by essentially anyone with easy operating procedures.
Program-free Flow Menus for Quick Processing Design
Processing Item Area
Flow Setup Area
Save and Load Processing Units
You can temporarily save data when studying parameters or load data
from other scene groups for an even wider range of application.
Flow Group function
Processing items can be named and grouped.You can efficiently manage a long work flow by assigning a folder to each processing item.
Group
A long flow can be
streamlined.
Performing different processing items at a time
You can copy or delete two or more processing items at a time by just
checking them on the screen.
Conditional Branching / DI Branching
Flow menus can be changed later by branching and looping according to measurement results and input conditions. Flow menu designing at the programming level is possible through a simple process of specifying a processing item for Input Condition Branching.
Example:
Inspection of
printed packaging
Camera image input
Formula A: Obtain
index numbers
Formula B: 0
Condition A=B
Classification
Copy & paste processing items from another scene
You can set up a new flow menu by combining different processing
items copied from other scenes.When you want to utilize the setting of
other scene, you do not need to make adjustments.
Condition Branch
Matching the condition
Inspection of
Product Type B
Not matching the condition
Edge Position
Fine Matching
Parallel Judgement Output
Parallel Judgement Output
End
End
Inspection of
Product Type A
Intuitive Operation on a Touch Panel
Increased Performance
The recent popularity of tabloid HMIs is indicative of the intuitive visualization of the direct
on-screen operation of functions and inspection locations that helps to increase efficiency.
The touch operation of FZ menus have been praised not only in design work, but in the
procedures that are required for daily operation.
Response to touching
the screen has been
remarkably improved.
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Seamless Communications with Peripheral Devices
You can seamlessly link external devices, such as PLCs, computers, actuators, and much more.
High-speed communications with a host enables a wider range of operation and management.
FZ4
PLC Link
PLC
Ethernet
PC
Easier Commissioning and Increased Range of Operation and Management
PLC Link Function
Communications Monitoring and Checking
Easy Creation of Ladder Programs
Smooth Commissioning and Troubleshooting
of Communications
A PLC Link function is included to reduce the effort in ladder programming and
raise the design efficiency for serial communications and standard Ethernet.
I/O Monitor
Applicable PLCs
OMRON CS, CJ, CP, and
NSJ Series
Mitsubishi Electric
Q Series
Convenient monitoring functions are provided that let you see if communications
is established correctly and if wiring is correct. Confirmations when commissioning the system and analysis during communications troubleshooting go smoothly.
Display of signal output
status
Reading and writing I/O memory areas can
be easily set on the special menu screen.
Virtual signal inputs
EtherNet/IP
High-capacity, High-speed Data Communications
EtherNet/IP is a widely used communication protocol in factories around the
world. You can easily connect to OMRON PLCs or any other vendor device that
supports EtherNet/IP to enable high-speed communication.
Checking Serial Communications
Display of communications
test results
Sending of test commands
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Us a bi l ity
[ Utility ]
Optimum Operation both Online and Offline
Connections to a network hard disk drive or network computer enables a wide range of operation possibilities. You can log measurement images longterm, or you can perform verifications and adjustments on a computer without stopping the Vision Sensor.
Online
Onsite Operator
Offline
Designer
FZ4
Network HDD
Offline Setting Changes
and
Simulation
Log images
via Ethernet.
Remote Operation
Check NG images on a
computer at any time.
Simulation Software
PC
PC
Ask your OMRON representative about obtaining simulation software.
New Operation Schemes through Network Applications
1
Daily Monitoring
2
Periodic Adjustments and
Inspection Adjustments
You can store NG image in a network HDD to check the NG images every day on a computer
without reducing inspection performance. Or you can start simulation software on your computer to remeasure and analyze NG images.
The non-stop adjustment function lets you change Controller settings
without stopping the production line. With remote operation, you can perform operations without going onsite.
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4
Handling Unstable Inspections or
Measurement Failure
The user sends the designer the image data, setting data, and parameter settings. The designer
can use the simulation software on the computer to check the situation and change the settings
on the simulation software. The altered scene data can be returned to the user and loaded to the
system to complete the adjustments. This enables smooth modifications without requiring that
the designer visit the site.
Adding Inspections or
Making Changes for New Models
Based on the images to be inspected, settings are made on the simulation software on a familiar computer. The scene data is sent to the user
to easily add the new settings.
Ideal for History Management
Convert Parameter Settings to CSV Data
CSV files allow you to easily understand the parameter settings. Also,
you can easily change any of the settings. If you save the standard
settings, you easily find incorrect setting changes by comparing the
data for differences. You can attach CSV files to email and have them
uploaded to the Vision Sensor to enable easy adjustments even when
troubleshooting from a remote location.
Standard settings
Current parameter settings
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Centralize Monitoring and Adjustment
of Scattered Sensors
Remote Operation
You can check the status and adjust the settings of many FZ4 on one computer.
This enables efficient adjustment of Camera images when commissioning a system and application of test adjustment results.
Application
Example
1
Operating Several FZ4 from One Location
1
When commissioning a line, from one location you can adjust the Camera images from all
of the FZ4 located along the line. There’s no need to go to and from remote Controllers,
and you can compare Camera images under various conditions to adjust them.
2
If setting changes are necessary to add a new model, you can do all the required work at
the same time without making trips to all of the Controllers.
3
You can easily balance the thresholds between Controllers when increasing inspection
stability through testing at the production line.
Application
Example
2
Displaying Images from Many FZ4 on One Monitor
1
You can save space because you do not need to install more than one monitor.
2
Even if the Controllers are separated from each other, the adjustments can be made from
the same location to reduce the load on workers and reduce adjustment time.
Note: Ask your OMRON representative about obtaining simulation software for a computer.
Useful Functions for Test Measurement
Continuous test measurement function
Judgment monitoring function
Settings must be verified with as many images as possible. Wi th OMRON's FZ4, cont inuous measurements of hundreds of images can be performed by a single click.
Continuous measurement stops automatically when a defect occurs.
Once the measurement stops, you can select the next course of action
right away for efficient testing and verification.
Checking the results of continuous measurement in a graph
If a defect occurs, measurement stops automatically -->
Select the course of action.
450.000
400.000
Trend
monitoring
350.000
Time
Judgment Monitoring Function
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Us a bi l ity
[ Utility ]
Customize Screens for Easier Operation
You can easily customize the operating screens according to the inspections or onsite conditions. This helps you prevent downtime that can result
from operating mistakes or measurement failure. There are also many customization functions for troubleshooting unexpected problems.
Customization of Displays
The flexible customization of the RUN
mode view is possible.Not only items to
be displayed but also their layout and
sizes of characters used can also be
changed. This enables the creation of
the most easy-to-use displays for the
on-site operators.
Compact Flow Displays
Example of customization
• Enlarged judgement result, RUN, and processing time
These convenient displays help
prevent mistakes in operation and
make it easy to see the results of
processing.
Actual Flow of
Processing Items
Display on
Operating Screen
•Enlarged only measurement flow
Hidden
Multi-screen Display,
Display of the latest NG image
Shortcut buttons
Displays on the Measurement screen can be
changed as you like according to the number of cameras and their purposes.You can display a detail of a
workpiece and its overall image at the same time on
the screen. This function also enables a comparison
between an NG image and the image actually being
inspected.
You can arrange a set of shortcut buttons as you like.
With these buttons, you can promptly cope with any problems or adjustments whenever necessary during operation.
Example of customization
Change the Message Language
(English, Chinese, or Japanese)
You can make the settings in English and then
change the display language to Chinese or
Japanese. Display the language that is best for the
workers in the country of application.
English
Chinese
Japanese
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User Data
NEW
Ideal for Managing Inspection Standards and for Statistical Analysis of Inspection Results
New functionality has been added that enables using shared data within scene groups as constants and variables in the measurement flow. With the shared data, you
can use the measurement flow in many new ways, including standard values, conditional branching flags, and counters.
Application
Example
1
Unified Management of Judgment Values
When setting up complex scene data, such as the data required for inspection of many different models, you can unify management of important
judgment values for inspections to easily manage and then adjust them later.
Also, if you isolate in advance the settings that are critical to inspection
performance (and normally known only to the designer) as user data, the
locations that require adjustment can be clarified so that the user can more
easily make adjustments.
Application
Example
2
Adjustment of All User Data in a List
Statistical Information on Productivity Indices
User data can be used as variables that can be read and written in the inspection flow. It can also be used for counters for the number of inspected
workpieces or the number of NG workpieces. Math functions can be use to
calculate failure rates and display them onscreen so that productivity can be
checked at any time.
Indices Displayed Onscreen with the Result Display Function
Application Method
All you have to do is set a User Data processing item in the inspection flow.
The data that is set as user data is used as shared constants and variables
in different scenes.
User Data
Scene 0
Scene 1
Scene 2
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Us a bi lity
[ Utility ]
Applications of Quad Processing
Perform the Work of Two Controllers with Only One Controller
Quad Processing
Controller
Multi-line random-trigger
With quad processors, different triggers from two lines can be input to one Controller to process two scenes in parallel and yet independently. Even if one line stops, the
lines are completely independent of each other, so the other line continues to operate.
Line 1
Trigger
Trigger
Measure- Measurement
ment
core
1
Measurement
Measurement
Triggers can be input from
core
Line 2
2
Trigger
two different lines.
Trigger
Measure- Measurement
ment
Measure- Measurement
ment
Trigger
Measure- Measurement
ment
Making Confirmations and Adjustments without Stopping Production
Quad Processing
Controller
Non-stop adjustment
Parallel processing on quad processors not only speeds up measurements, but it enables parallel processing of measurements and adjustments. Automatic distributed
quad processing means that measurements are not delayed when adjustments are applied.
Measurements continue
core
1
Automatic linking of the
quad processors enables
applying new settings
without delaying
measurements.
Measurements
NG occurs
core
2
Adjustments
NG
analyzed
Settings
changed
Tests
performed
Adjustment
results applied.
Doubly effective when combined with the
Non-stop adjustment mode NG analyzer
You can display in a structured manner a graph showing the results measured
at once on logging images. This lets you identify the cause of a given NG much
more quickly. You can also measure all images again after changing a given
setting, to check the reliability of the new setting. Adjustment and
troubleshooting has never been so quick, simple and reliable.
New settings used
for measurements
from the next trigger.
Processed items and
parameters that
generated an erroneous
judgment can be
identified at a glance.
You can check the
detailed results of
parameters to identify
the cause of the NG.
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Save All Images Even during Measurements
Quad Processing
Controller
High speed logging
The quad processors can also perform completely parallel processing of measurements and logging, enabling high-speed connection to a high-capacity hard disk (3
terabytes). You can save all of the images for a high-speed line, something that was not previous possible.*1 And by analyzing trends for all of the saved images, you
can quickly isolate the cases of NGs and formulate countermeasures.
*1 All images can be saved under the following conditions:
• 300,000-pixel camera x 1 unit . Measurement time: 33 ms
• Images can be saved continuously for approx. one week when
a 3-terabyte HDD is used (based on 8 hours of operation a day).
Conventional system
Priority on measurement processing
Priority on
image logging
Image input 1
Measurement processing
Image input 2
Measurement processing
Image logging 1
Image input 1
Measurement processing
Image input 3
Measurement processing
Interruption
Issues
Since logging was not possible during measurement,
the user had to choose either measurement or logging.
Accordingly, not all images could be saved or image
input triggers had to be delayed depending on the
measurement trigger intervals.
The next image input is delayed
Image input 2
Image logging 1
Quad processing of FZ4
Image input 1
Measurement processing
Image input 2
Measurement processing
Image logging 1
Image input 3
Image logging 2
Measurement processing
Image logging 3
All images are saved.
Application
Example
Resolution
Measurement and image logging are processed
completely in parallel. As a result, you can save all
images.
Application Example for Saving All Images
Defect inspection on a new product or a
line adopting anew manufacturing method
Printing inspection in automobile
assembly processes
All images you have saved can be utilized for trend analysis to help
establish an appropriate manufacturing method quickly for a new
product or a line adopting a new manufacturing method.
Effect
• When a NG occurs, the cause can be identified and
remedial actions taken quickly.
• Saving all images leads to more efficient traceability control.
NEW
More Convenience in Saving Images
It’s now even more convenient to save measurement images for operational analysis, such as isolating cases of NGs and recording measurement results. You can
therefore make setup work more efficient and help to increase throughput.
Save Images Directly in JPEG or BMP Format
You can easily view images on a computer or attach them to reports. With BMP files, you can measure them
again on the FZ4.
Restricting the Areas of Saved Images
By restricting the areas that are saved, file sizes are smaller so you can continue to log even more files.
Save Both Filtered and Unfiltered Images
You can save both the filtered images that were actually measured and the raw
images taken directly from the Camera. You can therefore tell if an NG was
caused by the input image or by the filter settings.
Filtered Images
Unfiltered Images
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Camera and Controller Variations
Optimum Performance for Almost Any Application
Digital Cameras
It does not matter if priority is on speed, resolution, or installation space, there is a Camera that is ideal for your application.
Digital Cameras
5 million pixels
2 million pixels
300,000 pixels
300,000 pixels High-speed
300,000 pixels small flat type
Model
FZ-SC5M2
FZ-S5M2
FZ-SC2M
FZ-S2M
FZ-SC
FZ-S
FZ-SHC
FZ-SH
FZ-SFC
FZ-SF
Color/Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Resolution
2448(H)×2044(V)
1600(H)×1200(V)
640(H)×480(V)
640(H)×480(V)
640(H)×480(V)
62.5ms
33.3ms
12.5ms
4.9ms
12.5ms
60ms
Image read time
50ms
40ms
30ms
20ms
10ms
Built-in lighting
Lighting synchronization
(*)
Brightness adjustment
Focusing
*Synchronized control of external light is possible if a Strobe Controller is also used.
All Cameras can be connected to
Controllers
You can connect any Camera to the FZ4-series Controllers. There is no need to select a Controller specifically for the Camera. Select the Controller that has the optimum
processors for the required speed.
FZ4-series
Quad Processing High-speed Controllers
Controller Integrated
with LCD
Model
Camera pixels
5 million pixels
2 million pixels
300,000 pixels
360,000 pixels
Maximum number of Cameras
Touch panel
Monitor output
High-Grade Processing Items *2
Controller Integrated
with LCD
FZ4-1100 series
Core1
threads1
Core1
threads2
Core2
threads1
Core2
threads2
CPU
Maximum
Box-type
Controller
Performance Models
High-speed Controller
Dual cores × two threads
Core i5 2.4 GHz
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
4 max
Yes(Controller Integrated with LCD)
Analog RGB/XGA
Yes(H-series only)
Box-type
Controller
FZ4-700 series
Core
Single core
Core 2 Duo 2.2 GHz
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
4 max *1
Yes(Controller Integrated with LCD)
Analog RGB/XGA
Yes(H-series only)
*1 When connecting 5 million-pixel cameras, up to two cameras can be connected.
*2 Refer to page 35 for details on high-grade (HG) processing items.
Standard Controller
Controller Integrated
with LCD
Box-type
Controller
FZ4-600 series
Core
Single core
Celeron 2.0 GHz
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
4 max *1
Yes(Controller Integrated with LCD)
Analog RGB/XGA
Yes(H-series only)
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Intelligent Cameras
with Lighting and Focus Mechanism
360,000-pixels
300,000-pixels small pen type
FZ-SPC
FZ-SP
FZ-SQ010F
FZ-SQ050F
FZ-SQ100F
FZ-SQ100N
Color
Monochrome
Color
Color
Color
Color
640(H)×480(V)
752(H)×480(V)
12.5ms
16.7ms
Yes
Yes
(*)
Yes
any of the FZ4-series Controllers
Extremely Popular
Camera
Lite Model
Intelligent compact cameras
High-power lighting is built in and a polarizing filter
is provided so that you can take clear images
simply by installing the Camera.This Camera is
ideal for simple presence or judgment inspections,
or as an additional camera.
Box-type Controller
FZ4-L350 series
Core
Single core
Atom 1.6 GHz
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
4 max *1
Analog RGB/XGA
Equipped with
Polarizing Filter to
Cut Regular Reflection
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Image Filter Library
Image Creation Technology Has Also Advanced
A library of image filters is provided to enable stable images regardless of severe onsite conditions or workpiece status.
Image Filter
Library
NEW
Position
Compensation
Trapezoidal
Correction+
Filtering
Backgrond
Suppression
Brightness
Correct Filter
Color
Gray Filter
Extract
Color Filter
Anti Color
Shading
Stripes
Removal
Filter+
Stripe
Removal
Filter II
Halation
Cut+
Panorama+
Brightness Correct Filter
NEW
Stripe Removal Filter II
These filter cut out uneven lighting and changes in brightness caused by workpiece surface irregularities to make characteristic features stand out clearly.
The stripped pattern is filtered out so that only required aspects are shown
clearly.Vertical, horizontal, and diagonal stripes can be removed.
External Appearance of Battery Pack
External Appearance of Bottle Cap
Befor e Filter ing
Reflection
Shadow
The wavy inconsistencies are
judged as defects.
NEW
Image after Brightness Correct Filter
U n f i l t er ed I m ag e
Image after Stripe Removal Filter
Inspection is possible only in
the small portion without stripes.
Even the defect at the edge
of the image can be detected
after stripe removal.
Due to the stripes, inspection is possible
only in the very center of the image.To
inspect the entire surface, the cap must be
rotated and many images must be taken.
Because inspection is possible to the
sides of the image, the number of
images that is required to inspect the
entire cap is greatly reduced.
Defect
Uneven areas are removed
so that only the defect
appears in the inspection.
Precise Calibration
When ultra-high-precision is required, it is necessary to align the coordinates of the Camera’s field of vision with the actual coordinate system.
Correction
Causes of Calibration Error
Lens distortion correction
Lens
distortion
correction
Lens
distortion
Camera
tilt
correction
Distortion
caused by tilting
Error from lens distortion is
removed with a coordinate
conversion parameter that
considers bending distortion.
Trapezoidal distortion
correction
Error from trapezoidal distortion is removed with a perspective conversion parameter.
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High Dynamic Range Function
Patent Pending
FZ4's high dynamic range minimizes the effects of lighting such as halation and allows highly precise inspections.
Conventional images
HDR image
Halation
Dynamic range
of the upper image
Dynamic range
after HDR
processing
Industry's highest
dynamic range
Underexposure
Max. 5000 times
higher than
previous models
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.
Reflect ive and shadowy areas can be reproduced
simultaneously under the same lighting conditions.
Conventional images
The reflective surfaces of cylindrically-curved workpieces
in which conventional vision sensors have had difficulty
can be reproduced.
HDR image
Conventional images
What is Real Color Sensing?
HDR image
Patented
In order to secure stable measurements in different inspection environments,
FZ4 Series feature Omron's proprietary Real Color Sensing processing, in addition to the conventional color image processing.
Color Segmentation Processing
Black White
Color Image Processing
Black
Real Color Sensing
Dark
Color images taken by the camera are processed after
being converted into black and white pixels. The color
extracted is represented as white, and the other colors
as black. Based on minimum information, high speed
processing is possible. Since color data is limited only to
brightness, however, it takes a long time to make optical
adjustments for extracting color features.
Edges are detected reliably even when
the contrast between the background
and subject is low.
Bright
Dark
Color images are converted into 256 levels of black-and-white
brightness and the contrasts of specific colors is enhanced.
More precise, stable results can be produced compared to color
segmentation. However, this method has difficulty in capturing
subtle variations in color because all colors are converted into
black-and-white brightness levels. Therefore, it is difficult to
detect subtle changes in images with low contrast.
Previous image processing
OMRON FZ4 series
1677 It allows
the recognition
of 16,770,000
colors.
Different colors are represented as different positions in
the 3D RGB space. Subtle variations in color can be
recognized by representing them as distances between
different color pixels comprising this space. Thus,
scratches and dir t can be detected accurately even in
images with low contrast.
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Inspection and Measurement Process Library
Complete Processing Library To Handle a Wide Range of
There are now even more processing items that help you quickly solve inspection and measurement problems.
You can detect minute differences without false detections.
To achieve that, we provide a complete array of search processes that meet onsite requirements.
Searching
Search
Sensitive
Search
Flexible
Search
ECM
Search
Ec Circle
Search
Shape
Search+
Shape
Search II
Sensitive Search
This allows the recognition of very subtle differences that
cannot be detected through ordinary search processes, by
dividing the registered model image into several pieces and
carefully matching them. Thus you don't have to spend a lot
of time for delicate threshold setting.
Flexible Search
Different conditions for dividing
the model image can be set.
Inspection of characters on IC chips
When inspecting workpieces with some variations in shape,
such variations are sometimes recognized erroneously as defects. Flexible Search ensures accurate searches regardless
of some variations in print quality or shape, by registering
several images of non-defective products as models. It helps
you decrease your inspection failure rate by rejecting defective products only.
Before
model
addition
After
model
addition
OK
OK
NG
OK
NG
OK
NG
Register
non-defective
product as
additional model
NG
Avoiding
inspection
failures
Measure positions, widths, or number of edges.
These processing items let you measure positions, widths, and the number of edges from edge information.
Edges
Edge
Position
NEW
Edge
Pitch
Scan Edge
Position
Scan Edge
Width
Circular Scan Edge Position
You can measure the center coordinates, diameter, and radius of a round workpiece
without performing any calculations simply by drawing one measurement region.
Circular Scan
Edge Position
NEW
Circular Scan Edge Width
You can measure the center coordinates, width, and thickness of a ring-shaped
workpiece without performing any calculations.
Width
and
thickness
Center
coordinates
Circular Scan
Edge Width
Center
coordinates
Radius
These processing items let you measure sizes, positions of centers of gravity, and the number of objects.
Areas
Gravity
and Area
Labeling
Labeling+
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Different Types of Inspections
These processing items are ideal for external appearance inspections for damage, foreign matter, etc.
Defects
Scratch detection profile displayed on the screen
Patent Pending
Defect
Precise Defect
Fine
Matching
Inspections of Scratches and Dirt
Subtle scratches and dirt can be detected with more fine-tuned conditions
compared to conventional inspections. Since you can clearly distinguish defects to be detected from the background, the failure detection rate can be decreased. Profiles of defects and comparison elements can be displayed on the
screen in real time. You can adjust by confirming
the settings and detection results on the image.
Fine parameters for defect detection
allow fine settings at the pixel level.
Combined with our 5 million-pixel camera, this function enables much more
precise inspections of scratches.
Fine Matching / Defect
With our Real Color Sensing technology, FZ4 can accurately
recognize and process subtle variations in color. This feature helps you detect
unpredictable scratches and dirt. High precision defect inspections are possible by using both Fine Matching and Defect flexibly according to the background of each image.
Comparison element display
Profile display
Intervals and sizes of comparing
elements are displayed.
Defects of each direction for detection
are displayed as wave profiles.
Fine Matching
Defect
It is useful for detecting scratches,
chipped edges or subtle dirt in complex backgrounds.
It is useful for detecting scratches
and dirt in plain backgrounds.
These processing items provide the functions that are required for character inspections of dates, lot numbers, etc.
Character
Inspections
Character
Inspection
Date
Verification
These processing items can read bar codes and 2D codes from Camera images.
Codes
Barcode+
NEW
2D Code+
2D Code
2D Code
You can automatically correct for damaged codes and errors, and you can display corrected portions in red for visual emphasis. Locations that require modification are
quickly understood for rapid feedback to printing devices.
Frequently uses functions are also provided in these convenient processing items.
Special
Processing
Classification
Color Data
Circle Angle
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Ordering Information
Item
Descriptions
High-Grade
Proc' Items
No.of cameras
2
Controllers
integrated
with LCD
4
2
Box-type
controllers
Quad
Processing
High-speed
Controllers Controllers
integrated
with LCD
4
2
4
--2
Box-type
controllers
4
2
Controllers
integrated
with LCD
4
2
Box-type
controllers
4
High-speed
Controllers
2
Controllers
integrated
with LCD
FZ4 Series
Controllers
4
--2
Box-type
controllers
4
2
Controllers
integrated
with LCD
4
2
Box-type
controllers
4
Standard
Controllers
2
Controllers
integrated
with LCD
4
--2
Box-type
controllers
Lite
Controllers
Box-type
controllers
4
2
--4
Output
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
Model
FZ4-H1100
FZ4-H1105
FZ4-H1100-10
FZ4-H1105-10
FZ4-H1150
FZ4-H1155
FZ4-H1150-10
FZ4-H1155-10
FZ4-1100 (See note 2.)
FZ4-1105 (See note 2.)
FZ4-1100-10 (See note 2.)
FZ4-1105-10 (See note 2.)
FZ4-1150 (See note 2.)
FZ4-1155 (See note 2.)
FZ4-1150-10 (See note 2.)
FZ4-1155-10 (See note 2.)
FZ4-H700 (See note 1.)
FZ4-H705 (See note 1.)
FZ4-H700-10 (See note 1.)
FZ4-H705-10 (See note 1.)
FZ4-H750 (See note 1.)
FZ4-H755 (See note 1.)
FZ4-H750-10 (See note 1.)
FZ4-H755-10 (See note 1.)
FZ4-700 (See note 1.)
FZ4-705 (See note 1.)
FZ4-700-10 (See note 1.)
FZ4-705-10 (See note 1.)
FZ4-750 (See note 1.)
FZ4-755 (See note 1.)
FZ4-750-10 (See note 1.)
FZ4-755-10 (See note 1.)
FZ4-H600
FZ4-H605
FZ4-H600-10
FZ4-H605-10
FZ4-H650
FZ4-H655
FZ4-H650-10
FZ4-H655-10
FZ4-600 (See note 2.)
FZ4-605 (See note 2.)
FZ4-600-10 (See note 2.)
FZ4-605-10 (See note 2.)
FZ4-650 (See note 2.)
FZ4-655 (See note 2.)
FZ4-650-10 (See note 2.)
FZ4-655-10 (See note 2.)
FZ4-L350 (See note 2.)
FZ4-L355 (See note 2.)
FZ4-L350-10 (See note 2.)
FZ4-L355-10 (See note 2.)
Remarks
With touch pen
---
With touch pen
---
With touch pen
---
With touch pen
---
With touch pen
---
With touch pen
---
---
Note 1: The production of the FZ4-series Controllers FZ4-(H)75@/-(H)75@-10/-(H)70@/FZ4-(H)70@-10 were discontinued at the end of March 2015.
2: The production of the FZ4-series Controllers FZ4-110@/-110@-10/-115@/-115@-10, FZ4-60@/-60@-10/-65@/-65@-10, FZ4-L35@/-L35@-10 were discontinued at the end
of October 2015.
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Item
Descriptions
Model
Color
FZ-SC5M2
Monochrome
FZ-S5M2
Color
FZ-SC2M
Monochrome
FZ-S2M
Color
FZ-SC
Monochrome
FZ-S
Color
FZ-SHC
Monochrome
FZ-SH
Color
FZ-SFC
Monochrome
FZ-SF
Color
FZ-SPC
Monochrome
FZ-SP
Narrow view
Color
FZ-SQ010F
Standard view
Color
FZ-SQ050F
Color
FZ-SQ100F
Color
FZ-SQ100N
Remarks
5 million pixels
Digital
Cameras
2 million pixels
Lens required
300,000 pixels
High-speed
300,000 pixels
Cameras
Cameras
Small
Digital
Cameras
Intelligent
Compact
Cameras
300,000-pixel
flat type
Lenses for small camera required
300,000-pixel
pen type
Wide View
(long-distance)
Wide View
(short-distance)
Camera + Manual Focus Lens + High power Lighting
CCTV Lenses
3Z4S-LE Series
---
Extension Tubes
Cameras
Peripheral
Devices
Low-distortion Lenses
3Z4S-LE SV-0614H/SV0814H/SV-1214H/SV1614H/SV-2514H/SV3514H/SV-5014H/SV7525H/SV-10028H
Low distortion lens for
2-million pixel cameras and
5million-pixel cameras
Lenses for Small Camera
FZ-LES3/LES6/LES16/
LES30
Lens for 300,000-pixel small cameras
Extension Tubes for Small Camera
FZ-LESR
Extension Tubes for 300,000-pixel small cameras
For
Intelligent
Compact
Camera
Mounting Brackets
FQ-XL/-XL2
---
Polarizing Filter Attachment
FQ-XF1
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Item
Descriptions
Cable length:
2m
3m
5m
10 m (See note 2.)
2m
3m
5m
10 m (See note 2.)
2m
3m
5m
10 m (See note 2.)
2m
3m
5m
10 m (See note 2.)
Model
FZ-VS3 2M
FZ-VS3 3M
FZ-VS3 5M
FZ-VS3 10M
FZ-VSB3 2M
FZ-VSB3 3M
FZ-VSB3 5M
FZ-VSB3 10M
FZ-VSL3 2M
FZ-VSL3 3M
FZ-VSL3 5M
FZ-VSL3 10M
FZ-VSLB3 2M
FZ-VSLB3 3M
FZ-VSLB3 5M
FZ-VSLB3 10M
Long-distance Camera Cable
15m (See note 3.)
FZ-VS4 15M
Long-distance Right-angle Camera Cable
(See note 1.)
15m (See note 3.)
FZ-VSL4 15M
Camera Cable
Bend resistant Camera Cable
Right-angle Camera Cable (See note 1.)
Bend resistant Right-angle Camera Cable
(See note 1.)
Cables
Cable Extension Unit
---
Remarks
---
Up to two Extension Units and three Cables can
be connected.
(Maximum cable length: 45 m (See note 4.))
FZ-VSJ
2m
FZ-VM 2M
5m
FZ-VM 5M
2m
FZ-VP 2M
5m
FZ-VP 5M
2m
FZ-VPX 2M
5m
FZ-VPX 5M
Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Units can
be connected
(Recommended Products: OMRON
XW2RJ50G-T, XW2R-E50G-T, XW2R-P50G-T).
---
FZ-M08
For Box-type Controllers
2 GB
---
FZ-MEM2G
Capacity: 2 GB
8 GB
---
FZ-MEM8G
Capacity: 8 GB
VESA Attachment
---
FZ-VESA
For installing the LCD
integrated-type controller
Desktop Controller Stand
---
FZ-DS
For installing the LCD
integrated-type controller
Display/USB Switcher
---
FZ-DU
Lighting
Controller
---
FL-TCC1
FL Series
Monitor Cable
Parallel I/O Cable
Parallel I/O Cable
for Connector-terminal Conversion Unit
LCD Monitor
---
---
USB
Memory
Peripheral
devices
Note 1:
2:
3:
4:
For FL-Series
---
External Lighting
---
---
Mouse
---
---
Required to control external lighting from a
Controller
---
--Mouse Recommended Products
Driverless wired mouse
(A mouse that requires the mouse driver to be
installed is not supported.)
This Cable has an L-shaped connector on the Camera end.
The 10-m cable cannot be used for the 5 million-pixel camera.
The 15-m cable cannot be used for the 5 million-pixel camera.
The maximum cable length depends on the Camera being connected, and the model and length of the Cable being used.
For further information,please refer to the "Cameras / Cables" table in Page 33.
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System configuration
Controllers integrated with LCD
PC
RS-232C
connected
PLC
Parallel I/O
Ethernet
Analogue RGB
USB connection
Camera connecter
Touch pen (accessory attached)
Input device
Mouse
Input device
Mouse
USB connection
Box-type Controllers
Input device
Camera connected
Mouse
USB connection
PC
Ethernet
Analogue RGB
RS-232C
connected
Parallel I/O
RGB monitor
PLC
High-resolution, Low-distortion Lenses
Lenses
3Z4S-LE
3Z4S-LE
3Z4S-LE
Model
High-resolution,
Low-distortion
LensesLenses
SV-0614H
SV-0814H
SV-1214H
High-resolution,
Low-distortion
Appearance/
Model
Dimensions
(mm)
Appearance/
Dimensions
Focal length
(mm)
Brightness
Filter size
Focal length
Brightness
Filter size
3Z4S-LE
SV-0614H
42 dia.
3Z4S-LE
SV-0814H
39 dia.
57.5
6 mm
42 dia.
F1.4 57.5
M40.5 P0.5
6 mm
F1.4
M40.5 P0.5
52.5
8 mm
39 dia.
F1.452.5
M35.5 P0.5
8 mm
F1.4
M35.5 P0.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-1214H
30 dia.
51.0
12 mm
30 dia.
F1.4 51.0
M27 P0.5
12 mm
F1.4
M27 P0.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-1614H
3Z4S-LE
SV-2514H
3Z4S-LE
SV-3514H
3Z4S-LE
SV-5014H
3Z4S-LE
SV-7525H
3Z4S-LE
SV-10028H
3Z4S-LE
SV-1614H
3Z4S-LE
SV-2514H
3Z4S-LE
SV-3514H
3Z4S-LE
SV-5014H
3Z4S-LE
SV-7525H
3Z4S-LE
SV-10028H
30 dia.
47.5
30 dia.
16 mm
30 dia.F1.4 47.5
M27 P0.5
16 mm
F1.4
M27 P0.5
36.0
44 dia.
25 mm
30 dia.
F1.4 36.0
M27 P0.5
25 mm
F1.4
M27 P0.5
45.5
44 dia.
35 mm
44 dia. F1.4 45.5
M35.5 P0.5
35 mm
F1.4
M35.5 P0.5
57.5
50 mm
44 dia. F1.4 57.5
M40.5 P0.5
50 mm
F1.4
M40.5 P0.5
42.0[WD:∞] to
54.6[WD:1200]
36 dia.
75 mm
42.0[WD:∞] to
36 dia.
F2.554.6[WD:1200]
M34.0 P0.5
75 mm
F2.5
M34.0 P0.5
39 dia.
66.5[WD:∞] to
71.6[WD:2000]
100 mm
66.5[WD:∞] to
39 dia. F2.8
71.6[WD:2000]
M37.5 P0.5
100 mm
F2.8
M37.5 P0.5
CCTV Lenses
CCTV
Lenses
3Z4S-LE
Model
SV-03514V
CCTV
Lenses
Appearance/
Model
Dimensions
(mm)
Appearance/
Focal
length
Dimensions
Brightness
(mm)
Focalsize
length
Filter
Brightness
Model
Filter size
Appearance/
Model
Dimensions
(mm)
Appearance/
Focal
length
Dimensions
(mm)
Brightness
Focalsize
length
Filter
Brightness
Filter size
3Z4S-LE
29.5SV-03514V
dia.
30.5
3.5
29.5 dia.
mm
F1.4 30.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-04514V
3Z4S-LE
SV-0614V
3Z4S-LE
3Z4S-LE
SV-0614V
29.5SV-04514V
dia.
29.5
3Z4S-LE
− SV-5018V
4.5 mm
F1.4 29.5
6 mm
F1.4 30.0
M27
4.5−mm
6 mm
P0.5
F1.4
F1.4
M27
− 3Z4S-LE SV-7527V
P0.5
37.0[WD:∞] to
39.4[WD:1000]
32 dia.
Lenses for small camera
Model
Appearance/
Dimensions
(mm)
Focal length
Brightness
FZ-LES3
12 dia.
16.4
3 mm
F2.0
FZ-LES6
12 dia.
19.7
6 mm
F2.0
3Z4S-LE
SV-1614V
29 dia.
29.5
24.0
16 mm
F1.4 24.0
29 dia.
M27
16 mm
P0.5
F1.4
M27
P0.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-2514V
29 dia.
24.5
25 mm
F1.4 24.5
29 dia.
M27
25 mm
P0.5
F1.4
M27
P0.5
29 dia.
3Z4S-LE
SV-3518V
33.5[WD:∞] to
37.5[WD:300]
35 mm
33.5[WD:∞] to
29 dia. F1.8
37.5[WD:300]
M27
35 mm
P0.5
F1.8
M27
P0.5
43.9[WD:∞] to
46.3[WD:1000]
32 dia.
100 mm
43.9[WD:∞] to
32 dia. F3.5
46.3[WD:1000]
M30.5
100 mm
P0.5
F3.5
M30.5
P0.5
FZ-LES16
12 dia.
3Z4S-LE
SV-1214V
29 dia.
34.0
3Z4S-LE
SV-3518V
3Z4S-LE
SV-2514V
3Z4S-LE SV-10035V
42.0[WD:∞] to
44.4[WD:1000]
75 mm
32 dia.
42.0[WD:∞] to
F2.7
44.4[WD:1000]
M30.5
75 mm
P0.5
F2.7
M30.5
P0.5
50 mm
32 dia.
37.0[WD:∞] to
F1.839.4[WD:1000]
M30.5
50 mm
P0.5
F1.8
M30.5
P0.5
3Z4S-LE
SV-1614V
8 mm
12 mm
F1.3 34.0
F1.429.5
29 dia.
28 dia.
M25.5
M27
8 mm
12 mm
P0.5
P0.5
F1.3
F1.4
M25.5
M27
3Z4S-LE SV-10035V
P0.5
P0.5
3Z4S-LE SV-7527V
3Z4S-LE SV-5018V
3Z4S-LE
SV-1214V
3Z4S-LE
SV-0813V
28 dia.
30.0
29.5 dia.
3.5−mm
F1.4
32 dia.
3Z4S-LE
SV-0813V
23.1
16 mm
F3.4
FZ-LES30
12 dia.
25.5
30 mm
F3.4
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.
Extension Tubes for small camera
Model
Contents
FZ-LESR
Set of 3 tubes
(15 mm,10 mm, 5 mm)
Maximum outer diameter: 12 mm dia.
• Do not use the 0.5-mm, 1.0mm, and 2.0-mm Extension
Tu b e s a tt a c h e d t o e a c h
other. Since these Extension
Tubes are placed over the
threaded section of the Lens
or other Extension Tube, the
connection may loosen when
more than one 0.5-mm, 1.0mm 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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R a t i n g s a n d S p e c i fi c a t i o n s (Controllers)
FZ4 series Quad Processing High-speed Controllers
Model
NPN Output
PNP Output
Controller type
High-grade Processing items
No. of Cameras
Connected Camera
When connected to an intelligent compact
camera
Processing
When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera
resolution
When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera
When connected to a 5 million-pixel camera
No. of scenes
Connected to 1 camera
When connected
Connected to 2 cameras
to an intelligent
Connected to 3 cameras
compact camera
Connected to 4 cameras
Connected to 1 camera
When connected
Connected to 2 cameras
to a 300,000-pixel
Connected to 3 cameras
Number
camera
Connected to 4 cameras
of logged
images
Connected to 1 camera
(See note 1.) When connected
Connected to 2 cameras
to a 2 million-pixel
Connected to 3 cameras
camera
Connected to 4 cameras
Connected to 1 camera
When connected
Connected to 2 cameras
to a 5 million-pixel
Connected to 3 cameras
camera
Connected to 4 cameras
Operation
Settings
Serial communications
Network communications
EtherNet/IP communications
Parallel I/O
Monitor interface
FZ4-1100 FZ4-1100-10 FZ4-1150 FZ4-1150-10 FZ4-H1100 FZ4-H1100-10 FZ4-H1150 FZ4-H1150-10
FZ4-1105 FZ4-1105-10 FZ4-1155 FZ4-1155-10 FZ4-H1105 FZ4-H1105-10 FZ4-H1155 FZ4-H1155-10
Controllers integrated with
Controllers integrated with
Box-type controllers
Box-type controllers
LCD
LCD
No
Yes
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
Can be connected to all cameras.
752(H)×480(V)
640(H)×480(V)
1600(H)×1200(V)
2448(H)×2044(V)
32
232
116
77
58
Color camera: 270, Monochrome Camera: 272
Color camera: 135, Monochrome Camera: 136
Color camera: 90, Monochrome Camera: 90
Color camera: 67, Monochrome Camera: 68
Color camera: 43, Monochrome Camera: 43
Color camera: 21, Monochrome Camera: 21
Color camera: 14, Monochrome Camera: 14
Color camera: 10, Monochrome Camera: 10
Color camera: 16, Monochrome Camera: 16
Color camera: 8, Monochrome Camera: 8
Color camera: 5, Monochrome Camera: 5
Color camera: 4, Monochrome Camera: 4
Controllers integrated with LCD: Touch pen, mouse, etc. Box-type controllers: Mouse or similar device
Create series of processing steps by editing the flowchart (Help messages provided).
RS-232C/422A: 1 CH
Ethernet 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T
Ethernet port baud rate: 100 Mbps (100Base-TX)
(When used in Multi-line random-trigger mode)
17 inputs (RESET, STEP0/ENCTRIG_Z0, STEP1/ENCTRIG_Z1, DSA0 to 1, ENCTRIG_A0 to 1, ENCTRIG_B0
to 1, DI0 to 7),
29 outputs (RUN/BUSY1, BUSY0, GATE0 to 1, OR0 to 1, READY0 to 1, ERROR, STGOUT0 to 3, DO0 to 15)
(When used in other mode)
13 inputs (RESET, STEP0/ENCTRIG_Z0, DSA0, ENCTRIG_A0, ENCTRIG_B0, DI0 to 7),
26 outputs (RUN, BUSY0, GATE0, OR0, READY0, ERROR, STGOUT0 to 3, DO0 to 15)
*STGOUT 2 to 3 only for camera 4 ch type
Controllers integrated with LCD: Integrated Controller and LCD 12.1 inch TFT color LCD (Resolution: XGA 1,024 × 768 dots)
Box-type controllers: Analog RGB video output, 1 channel (Resolution: XGA 1,024 × 768 dots)
4 channels (supports USB 1.1 and 2.0)
20.4 to 26.4 VDC
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
USB interface
Power supply voltage
When connected to an intelligent compact camera
Current
consumption When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera
(at 24.0 VDC) When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera 3.7 A max.
4.9 A max.
3.7 A max.
4.9 A max.
3.7 A max.
4.9 A max.
3.7 A max.
4.9 A max.
(See note 2.) When connected to a 5 million-pixel camera
Operating: 0 to 45°C for low cooling fan speeds, 0 to 50°C for high cooling fan speeds
Ambient temperature range
Storage: −20 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Approx. 3.2 kg Approx. 3.4 kg Approx. 1.8 kg Approx. 1.9 kg Approx. 3.2 kg Approx. 3.4 kg Approx. 1.8 kg Approx. 1.9 kg
Weight
Controllers integrated with LCD: Touch pen (one, inside the front panel), Instruction Manual, 6 mounting brackets
Accessories
Box-type controllers: Instruction Manual
Note 1: The image logging capacity changes when multiple cameras of different types are connected at the same time.
2: The current consumption when the maximum number of cameras supported by each controller are connected.
If a strobe controller model is connected to a lamp, the current consumption is as high as when an intelligent compact camera is connected.
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FZ4 series High-speed Controllers
Model
NPN Output
PNP Output
Controller type
High-grade Processing items
No. of Cameras
Connected Camera
When connected to an intelligent compact
camera
Processing
When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera
resolution
When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera
When connected to a 5 million-pixel camera
No. of scenes
Connected to 1 camera
When connected
Connected to 2 cameras
to an intelligent
Connected to 3 cameras
compact camera
Connected to 4 cameras
Connected to 1 camera
When connected
Connected to 2 cameras
to a 300,000-pixel
Connected to 3 cameras
Number
camera
Connected to 4 cameras
of logged
images
Connected to 1 camera
(See note 1.) When connected
Connected to 2 cameras
to a 2 million-pixel
Connected to 3 cameras
camera
Connected to 4 cameras
Connected to 1 camera
When connected
Connected to 2 cameras
to a 5 million-pixel
Connected to 3 cameras
camera
Connected to 4 cameras
Operation
Settings
Serial communications
Network communications
EtherNet/IP communications
Parallel I/O
Monitor interface
FZ4-700
FZ4-700-10
FZ4-705
FZ4-705-10
Controllers integrated with
LCD
FZ4-750
FZ4-755
FZ4-750-10
FZ4-755-10
FZ4-H700 FZ4-H700-10 FZ4-H750 FZ4-H750-10
FZ4-H705 FZ4-H705-10 FZ4-H755 FZ4-H755-10
Controllers integrated with
Box-type controllers
Box-type controllers
LCD
No
Yes
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
Can be connected to all cameras. (When connecting 5 million-pixel cameras, up to two cameras can be connected.)
752(H)×480(V)
640(H)×480(V)
1600(H)×1200(V)
2448(H)×2044(V)
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214
107
71
53
Color camera: 250, Monochrome Camera: 252
Color camera: 125, Monochrome Camera: 126
Color camera: 83, Monochrome Camera: 84
Color camera: 62, Monochrome Camera: 63
Color camera: 40, Monochrome Camera: 40
Color camera: 20, Monochrome Camera: 20
Color camera: 13, Monochrome Camera: 13
Color camera: 10, Monochrome Camera: 10
Color camera: 11, Monochrome Camera: 11
Color camera: 5, Monochrome Camera: 5
----Controllers integrated with LCD: Touch pen, mouse, etc.
Box-type controllers: Mouse or similar device
Create series of processing steps by editing the flowchart (Help messages provided).
RS-232C/422A: 1 CH
Ethernet 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T
Ethernet port baud rate: 100 Mbps (100Base-TX)
13 inputs (RESET, STEP0/ENCTRIG_Z0, DSA0, ENCTRIG_A0, ENCTRIG_B0, DI0 to 7),
26 outputs (RUN, BUSY0, GATE0, OR0, READY0, ERROR, STGOUT0 to 3, DO0 to 15)
*STGOUT 2 to 3 only for camera 4 ch type
Controllers integrated with LCD: Integrated Controller and LCD 12.1 inch TFT color LCD (Resolution: XGA 1,024 × 768 dots)
Box-type controllers: Analog RGB video output, 1 channel (Resolution: XGA 1,024 × 768 dots)
4 channels (supports USB 1.1 and 2.0)
20.4 to 26.4 VDC
USB interface
Power supply voltage
When connected to an intelligent compact camera
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
5.0 A max.
7.5A max.
Current
When connected to an intelligent camera
consumption When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera
(at 24.0 VDC)
4.9 A max.
3.7 A max.
4.9 A max.
3.7 A max.
4.9 A max.
3.7 A max.
4.9A max.
(See note 2.) When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera 3.7 A max.
When connected to a 5 million-pixel camera
Operating: 0 to 45°C for low cooling fan speeds, 0 to 50°C for high cooling fan speeds
Ambient temperature range
Storage: −20 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Approx. 3.2 kg Approx. 3.4 kg Approx. 1.8 kg Approx. 1.9 kg Approx. 3.2 kg Approx. 3.4 kg Approx. 1.8 kg Approx. 1.9 kg
Weight
Controllers integrated with LCD: Touch pen (one, inside the front panel), Instruction Manual, 6 mounting brackets
Accessories
Box-type controllers: Instruction Manual
Note 1: The image logging capacity changes when multiple cameras of different types are connected at the same time.
2: The current consumption when the maximum number of cameras supported by each controller are connected.
If a strobe controller model is connected to a lamp, the current consumption is as high as when an intelligent camera is connected.
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FZ4 series Standard Controllers
Model
NPN Output
PNP Output
Controller type
High-grade Processing items
No. of Cameras
Connected Camera
When connected to an intelligent compact
camera
Processing
When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera
resolution
When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera
When connected to a 5 million-pixel camera
No. of scenes
Connected to 1 camera
When connected
Connected to 2 cameras
to an intelligent
Connected to 3 cameras
compact camera
Connected to 4 cameras
Connected to 1 camera
When connected
Connected to 2 cameras
to a 300,000-pixel
Connected to 3 cameras
Number
camera
Connected to 4 cameras
of logged
images
Connected to 1 camera
(See note 1.) When connected
Connected to 2 cameras
to a 2 million-pixel
Connected to 3 cameras
camera
Connected to 4 cameras
Connected to 1 camera
When connected
Connected to 2 cameras
to a 5 million-pixel
Connected to 3 cameras
camera
Connected to 4 cameras
Operation
Settings
Serial communications
Network communications
EtherNet/IP communications
Parallel I/O
Monitor interface
FZ4-600
FZ4-600-10
FZ4-605
FZ4-605-10
Controllers integrated with
LCD
FZ4-650
FZ4-655
FZ4-650-10
FZ4-655-10
FZ4-H600 FZ4-H600-10 FZ4-H650 FZ4-H650-10
FZ4-H605 FZ4-H605-10 FZ4-H655 FZ4-H655-10
Controllers integrated with
Box-type controllers
Box-type controllers
LCD
No
Yes
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
Can be connected to all cameras. (When connecting 5 million-pixel cameras, up to two cameras can be connected.)
752(H)×480(V)
640(H)×480(V)
1600(H)×1200(V)
2448(H)×2044(V)
32
214
107
71
53
Color camera: 250, Monochrome Camera: 252
Color camera: 125, Monochrome Camera: 126
Color camera: 83, Monochrome Camera: 84
Color camera: 62, Monochrome Camera: 63
Color camera: 40, Monochrome Camera: 40
Color camera: 20, Monochrome Camera: 20
Color camera: 13, Monochrome Camera: 13
Color camera: 10, Monochrome Camera: 10
Color camera: 11, Monochrome Camera: 11
Color camera: 5, Monochrome Camera: 5
----Controllers integrated with LCD: Touch pen, mouse, etc.
Box-type controllers: Mouse or similar device
Create series of processing steps by editing the flowchart (Help messages provided).
RS-232C/422A: 1 CH
Ethernet 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T
Ethernet port baud rate: 100 Mbps (100Base-TX)
13 inputs (RESET, STEP0/ENCTRIG_Z0, DSA0, ENCTRIG_A0, ENCTRIG_B0, DI0 to 7),
26 outputs (RUN, BUSY0, GATE0, OR0, READY0, ERROR, STGOUT0 to 3, DO0 to 15)
*STGOUT 2 to 3 only for camera 4 ch type
Controllers integrated with LCD: Integrated Controller and LCD 12.1 inch TFT color LCD (Resolution: XGA 1,024 × 768 dots)
Box-type controllers: Analog RGB video output, 1 channel (Resolution: XGA 1,024 × 768 dots)
4 channels (supports USB 1.1 and 2.0)
20.4 to 26.4 VDC
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
5.0 A max.
7.5 A max.
USB interface
Power supply voltage
When connected to an intelligent compact camera
Current
consumption When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera
(at 24.0 VDC) When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera 3.7 A max.
4.9 A max.
3.7 A max.
4.9 A max.
3.7 A max.
4.9 A max.
3.7 A max.
4.9 A max.
(See note 2.) When connected to a 5 million-pixel camera
Operating: 0 to 45°C for low cooling fan speeds, 0 to 50°C for high cooling fan speeds
Ambient temperature range
Storage: −20 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Approx. 3.2 kg Approx. 3.4 kg Approx. 1.8 kg Approx. 1.9 kg Approx. 3.2 kg Approx. 3.4 kg Approx. 1.8 kg Approx. 1.9 kg
Weight
Controllers integrated with LCD: Touch pen (one, inside the front panel), Instruction Manual, 6 mounting brackets
Accessories
Box-type controllers: Instruction Manual
Note 1: The image logging capacity changes when multiple cameras of different types are connected at the same time.
2: The current consumption when the maximum number of cameras supported by each controller are connected.
If a strobe controller model is connected to a lamp, the current consumption is as high as when an intelligent compact camera is connected.
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FZ4 series Lite Controllers
NPN Output
PNP Output
Model
Controller type
High-grade Processing items
No. of Cameras
When connected to an intelligent compact
camera
When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera
When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera
When connected to a 5 million-pixel camera
No. of scenes
When connected
to an intelligent
compact camera
When connected
to a 300,000-pixel
camera
Number
of logged
images
(See note 1.) When connected
to a 2 million-pixel
camera
When connected
to a 5 million-pixel
camera
Connected to 1 camera
Connected to 2 cameras
Connected to 3 cameras
Connected to 4 cameras
Connected to 1 camera
Connected to 2 cameras
Connected to 3 cameras
Connected to 4 cameras
Connected to 1 camera
Connected to 2 cameras
Connected to 3 cameras
Connected to 4 cameras
Connected to 1 camera
Connected to 2 cameras
Connected to 3 cameras
Connected to 4 cameras
Operation
Settings
Serial communications
Network communications
EtherNet/IP communications
Parallel I/O
Monitor interface
USB interface
Power supply voltage (See note 2.)
When connected to an intelligent compact camera
Current
consumption When connected to a 300,000-pixel camera
(at 24.0 VDC) When connected to a 2 million-pixel camera
(See note 3.) When connected to a 5 million-pixel camera
Ambient temperature range
Ambient humidity range
Weight
Accessories
FZ4-L350-10
FZ4-L355-10
No
2
4
Can be connected to all cameras.
(When connecting 5 million-pixel cameras, up to two cameras can be connected.)
Connected Camera
Processing
resolution
FZ4-L350
FZ4-L355
Box-type controllers
752(H)×480(V)
640(H)×480(V)
1600(H)×1200(V)
2448(H)×2044(V)
32
214
107
71
53
Color camera: 250, Monochrome Camera: 252
Color camera: 125, Monochrome Camera: 126
Color camera: 83, Monochrome Camera: 84
Color camera: 62, Monochrome Camera: 63
Color camera: 40, Monochrome Camera: 40
Color camera: 20, Monochrome Camera: 20
Color camera: 13, Monochrome Camera: 13
Color camera: 10, Monochrome Camera: 10
Color camera: 11, Monochrome Camera: 11
Color camera: 5, Monochrome Camera: 5
----Mouse or similar device
Create series of processing steps by editing the flowchart (Help messages provided).
RS-232C: 1 CH
Ethernet 1000BASE-T/100BASE-TX/10BASE-T
Ethernet port baud rate: 100 Mbps (100Base-TX)
11 inputs (RESET, STEP, DSA, and DI 0 to 7),
26 outputs (RUN, BUSY, GATE, OR, READY, ERROR, STGOUT 0 to 3, and DO 0 to 15)
*STGOUT 2 to 3 only for camera 4 ch type
Analog RGB video output, 1 channel (Resolution: XGA 1,024 × 768 dots)
2 channels (supports USB 1.1 and 2.0)
20.4 to 26.4 VDC
4.0 A max.
5.5 A max.
2.6 A max.
2.9 A max.
Operating: 0 to 45°C, 0 to 50°C
Storage: −20 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Approx. 1.8 kg
Instruction Manual
Note 1: The image logging capacity changes when multiple cameras of different types are connected at the same time.
2: Do not ground the positive terminal of the 24-VDC power supply to a Lite Controller.
If the positive terminal is grounded, electrical shock may occur when an SG (0-V) part, such as the case of the Controller or Camera, is touched.
3: The current consumption when the maximum number of cameras supported by each controller are connected.
If a strobe controller model is connected to a lamp, the current consumption is as high as when an intelligent compact camera is connected.
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R a t i n g s a n d S p e c i fi c a t i o n s (Cameras)
Digital Cameras
Color/Monochrome
FZ-S
FZ-SC
Interline transfer reading all pixels, 1/3-inch
CCD image elements
Monochrome
Color
FZ-S2M
FZ-SC2M
FZ-S5M2
FZ-SC5M2
Interline transfer reading all pixels, 1/1.8-inch Interline transfer reading all pixels, 2/3-inch
CCD image elements
CCD image elements
Monochrome
Color
Monochrome
Color
Effective pixels
640(H)×480(V)
1600(H)×1200(V)
2448(H)×2044(V)
Pixel size
7.4(μm)×7.4(μm)
4.4(μm)×4.4(μm)
3.45(μm)×3.45(μm)
Shutter function
Electronic shutter; select shutter speeds from 1/10 to 1/50,000 s
Partial function
12 to 480 lines
12 to 1200 lines
12 to 2044 lines
Frame rate (image read time)
80 fps (12.5ms)
30 fps (33.3ms)
16 fps (62.5ms)
Image elements
Field of vision, installation distance Selecting a lens according to the field of vision and installation distance
Operating: 0 to 50°C
Operating: 0 to 40°C
Ambient temperature range
Storage: −25 to 65°C
Storage: −25 to 65°C
(with no icing or condensation)
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Weight
Approx.55g
Accessories
Instruction manual
Approx. 76g
Approx.140g
Small Digital Cameras
FZ-SF
Image elements
FZ-SFC
FZ-SP
Color/Monochrome
Monochrome
Effective pixels
640(H)×480(V)
Pixel size
7.4(μm)×7.4(μm)
Shutter function
Electronic shutter; select shutter speeds from 1/10 to 1/50,000 s
Partial function
12 to 480 lines
Frame rate (image read time)
Color
Monochrome
80 fps (12.5ms)
Field of vision, installation distance Selecting a lens according to the field of vision and installation distance
Operating: 0 to 50°C (camera amp)
Ambient temperature range
0 to 45°C (camera head)
Storage: −25 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Weight
Approx. 150 g
Instruction manual, installation bracket,
Four mounting brackets (M2)
Accessories
Instruction manual
High-speed Cameras
FZ-SH
FZ-SHC
Image elements
Interline transfer reading all pixels, 1/3-inch CCD image elements
Color/Monochrome
Monochrome
Effective pixels
640(H)×480(V)
Pixel size
7.4(μm)×7.4(μm)
Shutter function
Electronic shutter; select shutter speeds from 1/10 to 1/50,000 s
Partial function
12 to 480 lines
Frame rate (image read time)
Field of vision,
installation distance
204 fps (4.9ms)
Selecting a lens according to the field of
vision and installation distance
Operating: 0 to 40°C
Storage: −25 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient temperature range
FZ-SPC
Interline transfer reading all pixels, 1/3-inch CCD image elements
Color
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Weight
Approx. 105 g
Accessories
Instruction manual
Color
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Intelligent Compact Cameras
FZ-SQ010F
Image elements
1/3-inch CMOS image elements
Color/Monochrome
Color
Effective pixels
752(H)×480(V)
Pixel size
6.0(μm)×6.0(μm)
Shutter function
1/250 to 1/32,258
Partial function
8 to 480 lines
FZ-SQ050F
FZ-SQ100F
FZ-SQ100N
Frame rate (image read time)
60 fps
Field of vision
7.5×4.7 to 13×8.2 mm
13×8.2 to 53×33 mm
53×33 to 240×153 mm
29×18 to 300×191 mm
Installation distance
38 to 60 mm
56 to 215 mm
220 to 970 mm
32 to 380 mm
LED class (See note)
Ambient humidity range
Class 2
Operating: 0 to 50°C
Storage: −25 to 65°C
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Weight
Approx. 150 g
Accessories
Mounting bracket (FQ-XL), polarizing filter attachment (FQ-XF1), instruction manual and warning label
Ambient temperature range
Note : Applicable standards: IEC62471-2
Approx. 140 g
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R a t i n g s a n d S p e c i fi c a t i o n s (LCD
Monitor,Cable)
LCD Monitor
FZ-M08
Size
8.4 inches
Type
Liquid crystal color TFT
Resolution
1,024 × 768 dots
Input signal
Analog RGB video input, 1 channel
Power supply voltage
21.6 to 26.4 VDC
Current consumption
Approx. 0.7 A max.
Ambient temperature range
Operating: 0 to 50°C; Storage: −25 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35 to 85% (with no condensation)
Weight
Approx. 1.2 kg
Accessories
Instruction Sheet and 4 mounting brackets
Camera Cables
FZ-VS3 (2m)
Shock resistiveness (durability)
FZ-VSB3 (2m)
FZ-VSL3 (2m)
FZ-VSLB3 (2m)
10 to 150 Hz single amplitude 0.15 mm 3 directions, 8 strokes, 4 times
Ambient temperature range
Operation and storage: 0 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operation and storage: 40 to 70%RH (with no condensation)
Ambient atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Material
Cable sheath, connector: PVC
Minimum bending radius
69 mm
69 mm
69 mm
69 mm
Weight
approx. 170 g
approx. 180 g
approx. 170 g
approx. 180 g
Monitor Cable
FZ-VM
Vibration resistiveness
10 to 150Hz single amplitude 0.15 mm 3 directions, 8 strokes, 4 times
Ambient temperature range
Operation: 0 to 50°C; Storage: −20 to +65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operation and storage: 35 to 85%RH (with no condensation)
Ambient atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Material
Cable sheath: heat-resistant PVC Connector: PVC
Minimum bending radius
75 mm
Weight
approx. 170 g
Cable Extension Unit
FZ-VSJ
Power supply voltage
(See note 1.)
Current consumption
(See note 2.)
Ambient temperature range
Ambient humidity range
11.5 to 13.5 VDC
1.5 A max.
Operating: 0 to 50°C; Storage: −25 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Operating and storage: 35 to 85% (with no condensation)
Maximum Units connectable
2 Units per Camera
Weight
Approx. 240 g
Accessories
Instruction Sheet and 4 mounting screws
Note 1: A 12-VDC power supply must be provided to the Cable Extension Unit when connecting the Intelligent Compact Camera, the
Strobe Controller, or the Lighting Controller.
2: The current consumption shows when connecting the Cable Extension Unit to an external power supply.
Long-distance Camera Cables
FZ-VS4 (15m)
Shock resistiveness (durability)
FZ-VSL4 (15m)
10 to 150 Hz single amplitude 0.15 mm 3 directions, 8 strokes, 4 times
Ambient temperature range
Operation and storage: 0 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operation and storage: 40 to 70%RH (with no condensation)
Ambient atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Material
Cable sheath, connector: PVC
Minimum bending radius
78 mm
Weight
approx. 1400 g
Parallel Cable
FZ-VP
Vibration resistiveness
FZ-VPX
10 to 150 Hz single amplitude 0.15 mm 3 directions, 8 strokes, 4 times
Ambient temperature range
Operation: 0 to 50°C; Storage: −20 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operation and storage: 35 to 85%RH (with no condensation)
Ambient atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Material
Cable sheath: heat-resistant PVC Connector: resin
Minimum bending radius
75 mm
Weight
approx. 160 g
approx. 180 g
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C o n n e c t i o n Ta b l e
Camera Connection Table
FZ4 series
Type of camera
Digital
cameras
High-speed
cameras
Small digital
cameras
Intelligent
compact
cameras
FZ-SC
300,000 Pixels
Quad Processing
High-speed Controllers
FZ4-11
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-S
300,000 Pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-SC2M
2 million pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-S2M
2 million pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-SC5M2
5 million pixels
Yes
Yes (See note1.)
Yes (See note1.)
Yes (See note1.)
Model
Resolution
High-speed Controllers
FZ4-7
Standard Controllers
FZ4-6
Lite Controllers
FZ4-L35
FZ-S5M2
5 million pixels
Yes
Yes (See note1.)
Yes (See note1.)
Yes (See note1.)
FZ-SHC
300,000 Pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-SH
300,000 Pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-SFC
300,000 Pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-SF
300,000 Pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-SPC
300,000 Pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-SP
300,000 Pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-SQ010F
360,000 Pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-SQ050F
360,000 Pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-SQ100F
360,000 Pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FZ-SQ100N
360,000 Pixels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Note 1: When connecting 5 million-pixel cameras, up to two cameras can be connected.
Cameras / Cables Connection Table
Type of camera
Camera Cables
Right-angle camera cables
Bend resistant camera cables
Bend resistant right-angle camera cables
Long-distance camera cable
Long-distance right-angle camera cable
Model
FZ-VS3
FZ-VSL3
FZ-VSB3
FZ-VSLB3
FZ-VS4
FZ-VSL4
Digital cameras
Small digital
Intelligent
cameras
compact cameras
5 million-pixel Pen type / flat type
Cable
length
High-speed
cameras
300,000-pixel
2 million-pixel
2m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
3m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
5m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
10m
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
2m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
3m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
5m
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
10m
Yes
Yes
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34
Processing Items
* The items in red are High Grade processing items.
Group
Inspections /
Measurement
Icon
Processing Item
Search
Used to identify the shapes and calculate the
position of measurement objects.
Flexible
Search
Recognizing the shapes of workpieces with
variation and detecting their positions.
Sensitive
Search
Search a small difference by dividing the search
model in detail, and calculating the correlation.
ECM
Search
Ec Circle
Search
Shape
Search+
Shape
Search
Classification
Edge
Position
Edge Pitch
Scan Edge
Position
Scan Edge
Width
Icon
Processing Item
Backgrond
Suppression
To enhance contrast of images by extracting
color in specified brightness.
P20
Brightness
Correct Filter
Track brightness change of entire screen and
remove gradual brightness change such as
uneven brightness.
P20
Color Gray
Filter
Color image is converted into monochrome
images to emphasize specific color.
Extract
Color Filter
Convert color image to color extracted image or
binary image.
Anti Color
Shading
To remove the irregular color/pattern by
uniformizing max.2 specified colors.
Correcting
images
P6
Stripes
Removal
Filter+
Stripes
Removal
Filter
Halation
Cut+
Used when various kinds of products on the
assembly line need to be sorted and identified.
Measure position of measurement objects
according to the color change in measurement
area.
Detect edges by color change in measurement
area. Used for calculating number of pins of IC
and connectors.
Measure peak/bottom edge position of
workpieces according to the color change in
separated measurement area.
Measure max/min/average width of workpieces
according to the color change in separated
measurement area.
Remove the background pattern of vertical,
horizontal and diagonal stripes.
Panorama+
Combine multiple image to create one big image.
Polar
Transformation
Rectify the image by polar transformation. Useful
for OCR or pattern inspection printed on circle.
Calculation
Used when using the judge results and
measured values of ProcItem which are
registered in processing units.
Line
Regression
Used for calculating regression line from plural
measurement coodinate.
Circle
Regression
Used for calculating regression circle from plural
measurement coordinate.
Calibration+
Transform (X,Y) position to the real coodinate
system.
Circular Scan
Edge Width
Measure center axis, width and thickness of ring
workpieces.
P20
Precise
Calibration
Used for calibration corresponding to trapezoidal
distortion and lens distortion.
Color Data
Used for detecting presence and mixed varieties
of products by using color average and deviation.
User Data
Used for setting of the data that can be used as
common constants and variables in scene group
data.
Gravity and
Area
Used to measure area, center of gravity of
workpices by extracting the color to be measured.
Set Unit
Data
Used to change the ProcItem data (setting
parameters,etc.) that has been set up in a scene.
Labeling
Used to measure number, area and gravity of
workpieces by extracting registered color.
Get Unit
Data
Label Data
Selecting one region of extracted Labeling, and
get that measurement. Area and Gravity position
can be got and judged.
Used to get one data
(measured results, setting parameters,etc.) of
ProcItem that has been set up in a scene.
Set Unit
Figure
Used for re-setting the figure data (model,
measurement area ) registered in an unit.
Labeling+
Extract objects of registered color, and measure
many features such as number and circularity.
Get Unit
Figure
Used for get the figure data (model,
measurement area ) registered in an unit.
Defect
Used for appearance measurement of plain-color
measurement objects such as defects, stains
and burrs.
Trend
Monitor
Used for displaying the information about results
on the monitor, facilitating to avoid NG and
analyze causes.
PreciseDefect
Check the defect on the object. Parameters for
extraction defect can be set precisely.
P21
Image
Logging
Used for saving the measurement images to the
memory and USB memory.
P21
Image
Conversion
Logging
Used for saving the measurement images in
JPEG and BMP format.
Data
Logging
Used for saving the measurement data to the
memory and USB memory.
Elapsed
Time
Used for calculating the elapsed time since the
measurement trigger input.
Difference can be detected by overlapping and
comparing(matching) registered fine images with
input images.
Recognize character according correlation
search with model image registered in [Model
Dictionary].
P15
P18
Remove halation from input image.
P20
Assisting
inspections /
measurement
Corresponding
Page in the
Catalog
Remove the background pattern of vertical,
horizontal and cross stripes.
Measure center axis, diameter and radius of
circular workpieces.
Character
Inspection
Correcting
images
Used to search the similar part of model form
input image.Detect the evaluation value and
position.
Extract circles using "round " shape information
and get position, radius and quantity in high
preciseness.
Used to Search the similar part of models from
input image.Detect the evaluation value and
position.
Used to search the similar part of model from
input image regardless of environmental
changes. Detect the evaluation value and
position.
Group
Circular Scan
Edge Position
Fine
Matching
Image
Capturing
Corresponding
Page in the
Catalog
P18
P15
Date
Verification
Reading character string is verified with internal
date.
Model
Dictionary
Register character pattern as dictionary. The
pattern is used in [Character Inspection].
Wait
Processing is stopped only at the set time. The
standby time is set by the unit of [ms].
Barcode+
*1
Recognize barcode, verify and output decoded
characters.
Focus
Focus setting is supported.
P19
2DCode *2
Recognize 2D code and display where the code
quality is poor.
Iris
Focus and aperture setting is supported.
P19
Conditional
Branch
Used where more than two kinds of products on
the production line need to detected separately.
End
This ProcItem must be set up as the last
processing unit of a branch.
2DCode+
*2
Recognize 2D code, verify and output decoded
characters.
Circle
Angle
Used for calculating angle of inclination of
circular measurement objects.
Camera
Image
Input
Camera
Image Input
HDR
Camera
Image Input
HDR Lite
P21
Branching
processing
Create high-dynamic range images by acquiring
several images with different conditions.
HDR function for FZ-SQ
Cameras.
To switch the cameras used for measurement.
Not input images from cameras again.
Measurement
Image
Switching
To switch the images used for measurement. Not
input images from camera again.
Position
Compensation
Used when positions are differed. Correct
measurement is performed by correcting position
of input images.
Trapezoidal
Correction+
Rectify the trapezoidal deformed image.
Filtering
Used for processing images input from cameras
in order to make them easier to be measured.
Result
Display
Used for displaying the texts or the figures in the
camera image .
Display
Image File
Display selected image file.
Display
Last NG
Image
Display the last NG images.
Data
Output
P19
Intelligent Compact
Camera
Switching
Parallel
Data
Output
Parallel
Judgement
Output
Fieldbus
Data
Output
Same as ProcItem "Branch". But you can change
the targets of conditional branching via external
inputs.
Used when you need to output data to the
external devices such as PLC or PC via serial
ports.
Used when you need to output data to the
external devices such as PLC or PC via parallel
ports.
Used when you need to output judgement results
to the external devices such as PLC or PC via
parallel ports.
Outputs data to an external device, such as a
Programmable Controller, through a fieldbus
interface.
DI Branch
To input images from cameras. And set up the
conditions to input images from cameras.
Outputting
results
P12
Displaying
results on
the monitor
*1. Bar Codes that can be read : JAN/EAN/UPC (including add-on codes), Code 39, Codabar (NW-7), ITF (Interleaved 2 of 5), Code
93, Code 128, GS1-128, GS1 DataBar (RSS-14 / RSS Limited / RSS Expanded), Pharmacode
*2. 2D Codes that can be read : Data Matrix (ECC200), QR Code
P19
P19
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E x t e r n a l D i m e n s i o n s (Unit:mm)
FZ4-series Controllers
LCD-integrated type
FZ4-H110 /-H110 -10
FZ4-110 /-110 -10
FZ4-H70 /-H70 -10
FZ4-70 /-70 -10
FZ4-H60 /-H60 -10
FZ4-60 /-60 -10
120
120
20
Four, M3 mounting holes with
a depth of 6 mm
(7)
130
12.8
33
7
68
(163.5)
110
246
260
+
-
(28.4) 10
308
(6)
296
6
104
The size of the 2-camera
type is 83.
20
120
120
Box-type
165
90
FZ4-H115 /-H115 -10
FZ4-115 /-115 -10
FZ4-H75 /-H75 -10
FZ4-75 /-75 -10
FZ4-H65 /-H65 -10
FZ4-65 /-65 -10
The 2-camera type has only two
camera connectors on its right side.
17
(68)
80
(68)
80
17
Four, M4
mounting holes
with a depth of
6 mm
(15.45)
8
11
11
33
126
126
190
Four, M4
mounting holes
with a depth of 6 mm
Four, M4
mounting holes
with a depth of 6 mm
54
64
18
13
Four, 20 dia.
26
(39)
197
80
182.3
The 2-camera type has only two
camera connectors on its right side.
12
FZ4-L35 /-L35 -10
100
(6.8)
11.5
36
Cameras
Digital Cameras
High-speed Camera
33.5
9.5 9.5
5.5
Two, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 5.5 mm
1/4” 20UNC with
a depth of 5.5 mm
3
35
36
35
(7.9)
1“-
34
1)
2dia. mounting holes with a
depth of 2.5 mm (4 directions)
Four-R3
C-
2A
35
17.5
(C
mo
Two, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 5.5 mm
(1)
1“-32UNF
(C mount)
34
15.5
Two, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 5.5 mm
t)
15.5 9.5 9.5
10
10.5
36 dia.
7
un
16.8
48.2
35
(1)
UN
Mounting Holes
.
19±0.1
dia
.5
2-4
1/4" 20UNC with
a depth of 5.5 mm
40.7
.10.5
Four M4 mounting holes
with a depth of 4 mm
(4 commonness)
30.2
25
(R
dia
32
7
Three, M2 mounting
holes with a depth of
3.0mm (both sides)
40.5
9.5
9.5
10.5
Two, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 5.5 mm
r-R
20.5
(19.4)
1"-32UN-2A
(C MOUNT)
Fo
u
14.5
Four M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 4 mm (4 directions)
17.5
(5.4)
12
24
2.3
25±0.05
(7.3)
22.7
30 dia.
15.5±0.05
14.5±0.05
16.8±0.05
15±0.05
46.5
10.5
28
20.5
1"-32UN-2A (C mount)
5.5
10.5
28
(5.4)
(7.9)
6.5
24
+0.01
2 0 Mounting holes with a
depthof 2.5 mm (4 directions)
17.69±0.05
14.5 29
14.5 22
(19.4)
10.5
5 million-pixel camera
FZ-S5M2
FZ-SC5M2
14.5 29
Three, M2 mounting
holes with a depth
of 3.0 mm
(7.3)
12
28
28
40
FZ-S2M
FZ-SC2M
12
Three, M2 mounting
holes with a depth
of 3.0 mm
12
Three, M2 mounting
holes with a depth of
3.0mm (both sides)
2 million-pixel camera
22
6.5
14.5
30 dia.
300,000-pixel camera
FZ-S
FZ-SC
FZ-SH
FZ-SHC
31.7
8.3
9.5
9.5
1/4” 20UNC with a
depth of 5.5 mm
40.9
1/4” 20UNC with a
depth of 5.5 mm
Small digital cameras
Camera head
Camera amplifier
Pen-shaped camera
9.5
FZ-SP
FZ-SPC
Can be used for both flat cameras and pen-shaped cameras
16
Eight, M1.7 mounting holes
with a depth of 1.5 mm
3000
12.7 9.6
5.4
(8.8 dia.)
7
24
20
43
7.5
(6.5)
5.4
16 pin round connector
6.5
9.2
(From ccd surface)
3 dia.
28
(43.8)
36.5
22
(20.7)
16
9
M10.5
6 12
17
5.5
11.5
11
43
2
7 9.5 9.5
33.5
Two, M4 mounting
holes with a depth
of 5.5 mm
Two, M3 mounting holes
with a depth of 4 mm
(8.5)
12
M10.5
10 12
33
28
17
Three, M2 mounting
holes with a depth
of 3.0 mm
3000
44
3
4.5
26
12
Four, M1.7 mounting holes
with a depth of 1.5 mm
12.5 dia.
3.4 13.5 9.2
3 (From ccd
surface)
34
22
22
12
Two-4.3 dia.
16.9
3 dia.
8
Four-4.3 dia.
11
9
26
Flat camera
FZ-SF
FZ-SFC
Three, M2 mounting
holes with a depth
of 3.0 mm
1/4” 20UNC with a depth
of 5.5 mm
12.5 dia.
16 pin round connector
Intelligent Compact Cameras (Dimensional drawings are provided here only for the products that have undergone design changes as of Dec. 2012.)
Wide View
FZ-SQ100F (long-distance)
FZ-SQ100N (short-distance)
Narrow view / Standard
FZ-SQ010F
FZ-SQ050F
46
44
44
45
45
1
Optical
axis
1
46
Optical
axis
Mounting Bracket
8
20
38
42
4-M4
Depth: 6
(25)
32
38
(49)
8
20
38
42
4-M4
Depth: 6
Mounting Hole Dimensions
Two, 4.5 dia.
Two, 4.5 dia.
20±0.1
Tightening torque: 1.2 N·m
1/4-20UNC
Depth: 6
9
3
Mounting Hole Dimensions
Note 1: The mounting brackets can be connected to either side.
20
(94.8)
(25)
1/4-20UNC
Depth: 6
9
38
(57)
4.8
11
Polarizing
Filter Attachment
4.8
20
67
(94.8)
Polarizing
Filter Attachment
32
67
Mounting Bracket
Note 1: The mounting brackets can be connected to either side.
20±0.1
Tightening torque: 1.2 N·m
37
Cables
Camera Cables
Camera Cable
Bend resistant Camera Cable
FZ-VS3
FZ-VSB3
(40)
L (See Note 1.)
26-pin
rectangular connector
(11)
(See Note 2.)
26-pin square connector
Right-angle Camera Cable
(100)
(40)
(25)
7.5 dia.
(25)
(11)
(30)
(9)
(100)
8.0 dia.
L (See Note 1.)
(30)
(See Note 2.)
Bend resistant Right-angle Camera Cable
FZ-VSL3
FZ-VSLB3
26-pin
rectangular connector
(34)
(9)
L (See Note 1.)
(40)
(25)
7.5 dia.
(25)
(10)
(30)
(100)
(30)
(100)
26-pin
rectangular connector
26-pin
rectangular connector
(10)
26-pin
rectangular connector
(See Note 2.)
(11)
(11)
(18)
(18)
(See Note 2.)
Long-distance Camera Cable
Long-distance Right-angle Camera Cable
FZ-VS4
FZ-VSL4
(100)
L (See Note 3.)
(40)
(10)
26-pin square connector
(See Note 2.)
26-pin square connector
(See Note 2.)
Note 1:
2:
3:
Cable is available in 2m/3m/5m/10m.
Each camera cables has polarity.
Please ensure that the name plate side of the cable is connected to the controller.
Cable is available in 15m.
Parallel Cable
Monitor Cable
Note 1: cable is available in 2m/5m.
10
29.8
15.6
L (See Note 1.)
50-pin square connector
33.7
68.1
30±5
6.9 dia.
50-pin square connector
35
8
35.4
6.9 dia.
(100)
35.4
(30)
(10)
FZ-VM
L (See Note 1.)
(100)
35
(19.2 dia.)
FZ-VP
35
L (See Note 1.)
5 dia.
FZ-VP
200±10
50±10
7.8 dia.
7.8 dia.
(24)
26-pin
rectangular connector
(42)
(100)
(24)
(34)
L (See Note 3.)
(40)
(25)
(42)
(12)
(9)
(25)
L (See Note 1.)
(40)
(25)
(34)
8.0 dia.
(9)
2 to 15-pin square connector
50-pin square connector
Note 1: cable is available in 2m/5m.
Note 1: Cable is available in 2m/5m.
30±5
38
Camera Cable Extension Unit
28
9.1
4
Lens for Small Camera
FZ-LES Series
12 dia.
4
Diaphragm
adjustment knob
Diaphragm look screw (M1.4)
Lenses Model
Focal length
Brightness
FZ-LES3
3 mm
F2.0
Maximum outside diameter Overall length
12 dia.
FZ-LES6
6 mm
F2.0
12 dia.
19.7 mm
FZ-LES16
16 mm
F3.4
12 dia.
23.1 mm
FZ-LES30
30 mm
F3.4
12 dia.
25.5 mm
16.4 mm
4.85
9 14
Power terminal
3
3
15
Extension tubes
15mm
10
M10.5
12 dia.
3.2
5
Extension tubes
5mm
12 dia.
83
3.2
220
Camera Cable Connector
(Controller side)
4.85
75
65
54
60
(90)
L
3
M10.5
9.1
9 15
93.8
(185)
Four, 3.4 dia.
(130)
(172)
230
POWER LED
Indicator
26
Four, M4
75
75
(31.5)
161
(12.5)
(38)
(85.5)
(129.4)
171
40
(173.4)
(6)
Mountable plate thickness:
1.6 to 5.0 mm
(103.5)
FZ-LESR
Camera Cable Connector
(Camera side)
12 dia.
FZ-VSJ
14.9
FZ-M08
Extension Tubes for Small Camera
M10.5
LCD Monitor
Extension tubes
10mm
39
Optical Chart
5 million-pixel digital camera FZ-S
5M2
10,000
3Z4S-LE
t0
SV-10028H
SV-7525H
t0
SV-5014H
t0
SV-3514H
SV-2514H
Camera distance (mm)
t5
t10
t15
1,000
t20
t40
t50
t50
t40
t20
t25 t 10
t 30
t15
t40 t30 t25 t20
t20 t15
t30 t25
100
5
t0
t0
t5
t2
t10
t1
t5
t2
t0.5
t0.5
t5
30
SV-0614H
t0
t5
t10
t15
SV-0814H
t0
t10
t15
SV-1214H
t0
t5
t30 t25
SV-1614H
t0
t1
t2
10
100
1,000
Field of vision (mm)
2 million-pixel digital camera FZ-S
2M
10,000
3Z4S-LE
t0
t0
Camera distance (mm)
1,000
t50
t50
t40
t25
t30
t20 t15
t30 t25
t20 t15
t30 t25
100
t10
t20
t15
SV-2514H
SV-1614H
SV-1214H
SV-0814H
SV-0614H
t0
t10
t0
t0
t15
t10
t5
t2
t10
t1
t2
t5
t10
SV-3514H
t0
t5
t20
SV-5014H
t0
t5
t40
t40
t30
t25
SV-7525H
t0
t0
t5
t15
SV-10028H
t2
t1
t0.5
t0.5
t5
30
3
10
100
Field of vision (mm)
1,000
40
300,000-pixel High-speed camera FZ-SH
, and Digital camera FZ-S
10,000
t0
3Z4S-LE
t0
Camera distance (mm)
t0
t40
t50
1,000
t40
t30
t30
t10
t15
t25 t20 t15 t10
t20
t25
t5
t5
t0
t0
t0
t2
t0
t0
t50
t5
t10
t10
t15
t25 t20
t5
t1
t5
t5
t15
30
t1
t0
t0
t2
t1 t0.5
t1
t0.5
t0.5
t10
t20
100
t1
t0.5
t2
t15
t20
t40 t30 t25
SV-10035V
SV-7527V
SV-5018V
SV-3518V
SV-2514V
SV-1614V
SV-1214V
SV-0813V
SV-0614V
SV-04514V
SV-03514V
t0
t2
t1
t0.5
t1
2
t0.5
10
100
1,000
Field of vision (mm)
300,000-pixel small digital cameras FZ-SF
, FZ-SP
10000
FZ-LES30
FZ-LES16
FZ-LES6
FZ-LES3
t0
t0
1000
t0
WD [Note1]
(mm)
t0
t5
100
t30 t25
t40
t35
t50 t45
t55
t60
t20
t15
t10
t5
t10
t15
t20
10
10
1
100
1000
Field of vision (mm)
Note 1: The vertical axis represents WD, not installation distance.
Meaning of Optical Chart
The X axis of the optical chart shows the field of vision (mm) (See Note 1.),
and the Y axis of the optical chart shows the camera installation distance (mm) (See Note 2.).
Camera
Extension Tube thickness: t
(mm)
Lens
Camera
distance (mm)
WD
(mm)
Field of vision (mm)
Y
Field of
vision
X
Note 1: The lengths of the fields of vision given in the optical charts are the lengths of the Y axis.
2: The vertical axis represents WD for small cameras.
41
Intelligent Compact Cameras
Narrow View
Standard
FZ-SQ010F
Wide View (Long-distance)
FZ-SQ050F
Field of vision
7.5
0
(Unit: mm)
4.7
60
38 to
8.2
0
56
to
300
Field of vision
Field of vision
191
153
33
13
8.2
FZ-SQ100N
240
53
Field of vision
13
Wide View (Short-distance)
FZ-SQ100F
53
29
33
215
0
220
to
970
18
0
32
to
380
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