Easy User Guide 'Colour Extraction'


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For in-depth information on carrying out the basic settings in the environmental configuration mode refer to the "Basic Settings" sheet at the end of this "Easy User Guide". The functionality of the MODE button and the SET button is the same for every software package. This guide provides an example that leads you from the startup to a functioning application. Besides, you learn about the basic functions of your LightPix. Depending on your experience, you need between 30 and 60 minutes to work through the example. The following diagram shows where the operation buttons are located on the operation unit and which functions the operation buttons have: Working with the operation buttons Please note the safety instructions in your manual and the "NAiS LightPix AE10" leaflet. For the following examples you need a finder unit, an operation unit, a main unit and cables. For an explanation of system components, part names and dimensions, refer to the "NAiS LightPix AE10" leaflet included in the package. For in-depth information, refer to your manual. 1. Assemble the LightPix according to the leaflet 1. MODE 2. Connect the power cable by soldering the wires to the connectors Figure 2: Operation buttons diagram For an overview of the MODE button, see Figure 1 For procedure and pin assignment, see the leaflet. 2. SET 3. Mount the main unit at the correct distance from the target object 3. PRMT (Parameters) For an overview of the SET mode, see Figure 1 For the correct distance, refer to the table in the leaflet. Switch the setting items when you are in SET mode or when setting upper/lower limits. In TEACH mode the buttons move the checker size/shape in X-direction (see also Figure 3 ). > Your LightPix is delivered with one of the following four software packages: 4. TYPE Color Extraction (Product number: ANE10x0) You can choose from 7 different sets of parameters ("Teachings"). TYPE selects these "Teachings" in RUN mode and switches between exposure time, checker size and checker move in TEACH mode. Press the TYPE button and keep the SET button pressed at the same time to switch types ("Teachings") in TEACH mode. For this example you do not need to do this. Edge Detection (Product number: ANE10x1) Size Measurement (Product number: ANE10x2) Matching (Product number: ANE10x3) This "Easy User Guide" is for the "Color Extraction" software package . Working with the operation modes You can adjust the checker size in TEACH mode for all software packages with the TYPE, PRMT, UP/DOWN buttons. (Checker Size=Selected area in the field of view to be analyzed The LightPix possesses different operation modes. To switch between them, press the MODE or SET button of your operation unit for 3s or 1s: Field of View=Maximum area to be analyzed, e.g. 100X80mm for ANE1040). > Teaching Mode C. TOLERANCE RANGE MODE 3s MODE 1s Power ON SET 3s D. INSPECTION Inspection Modes B. IMAGE CAPTURING/TEACHING RUN Mode V IEW Mode - High-speed inspection - No image on finder unit's screen - Inspection 300ms slower - Image on finder units screen RUN- MODE 1s SET 1s SET 1s Figure 3: PRMT, TYPE and TRIGGER buttons 5. TRIGGER RUN/RUN-VIEW mode: Executes one inspection TEACH mode: Executes teaching (see also Figure 3) > A. BASIC SETTINGS Environmental Configuration Mode 6. UP/DOWN > SET Mode Change a tolerance value or a setting value in the SET mode. > SET 1s In addition, you can switch between Teaching-size and Teaching-move for the ANE10x0 software package. In the color discrimination mode of the ANE10x0 software package, switching between the sets of parameters happens automatically, therefore the TYPE button has no function in RUN mode. Figure 1: Operation mode diagram Notes: > General rule to exit a mode: Press the same button you pressed to enter the mode for 1s. Figure 4: UP/DOWN buttons >

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. Area measurement counts how many pixels of the checker shape include the same color elements as the registered color. Color discrimination determines which color is the closest one to the registered color (up to 7 colors) in an image. There are two inspection methods: Figure 8: Exposure time and color registration You can register the color at any point during the teaching process using the TRIGGER button. In this example, we will make some more settings, however, before registering the color in step 12. To set your software package, follow these four basic steps ( Figure 1 ): > A blue...

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EASY USER GUIDE "COLOR EXTRACTION" Example illustrations for the "Disk" example Notes for printing with Adobe Acrobat: > NG OK 50x40mmANE1030OK: 662mm 25x20mmANE1020OK: 158mmҲ 10x8mmANE1010OK: 17mm 100x80mmNG: 1590mmҲ 50x40mmNG: 412mm25x20mmNG: 96mmҲ 10x8mmNG: 13mm 100x80mmANE1040OK: 2645mmҲ Deactivate the "Shrink oversized pages to paper size" option when printing this page. Activate the "Auto-rotate and center pages" option when printing this page. 06/2004 Color Extraction 4 >

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BASIC SETTINGS (Environmental Configuration Mode) Color Extraction ANE10*0 (V1.1) > 06/2004 Color Extraction 5 >

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