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PDF Content Summary: QUICK START GUIDE NI CVS-1450 Series Compact Vision System Vision Builder for Automated Inspection 2 3 3 Install the Software Install the Software Install the Software Note You must install Vision Builder for Automated Inspection (Vision Builder AI) before installing the NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras driver software. Install Vision Builder AI and NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras A. Insert the Vision Builder AI CD. When the installation splash screen appears, click Install Vision Builder for Automated Inspection and follow the setup instructions. 4 Configure the NI CVS-1450 Device 4 Configure the NI CVS-1450 Device 4 Configure the NI CVS-1450 Device 4 Configure the NI CVS-1450 Device Obtain an IP Address Obtain an IP Address A. Launch Vision Builder AI. A. Launch Vision Builder AI. B. Expand the Execution B. Expand the Execution Target pull-down listbox and click Select Network Target. Target pull-down listbox and click Select Network Target. Target pull-down listbox and click Select Network Target. Acquire an Image Acquire an Image Acquire an Image Acquire an Image Acquire an Image A. Launch Vision Builder AI. A. Launch Vision Builder AI. A. Launch Vision Builder AI. B. Expand the Execution B. Expand the Execution B. Expand the Execution Target pull-down listbox, and click Select Network Target. Target pull-down listbox, and click Select Network Target. Target pull-down listbox, and click Select Network Target. Target pull-down listbox, and click Select Network Target. Target pull-down listbox, and click Select Network Target. Target pull-down listbox, and click Select Network Target. Connect the Hardware Caution Before installing NI CVS-1450 Series hardware, refer to the safety information in the NI CVS-1450 Series User Manual. 1 Connect the Camera and Monitor to the NI CVS-1450 Device A. Connect the VGA cable from the monitor to the VGA port on the NI CVS-1450 device. B. Plug the IEEE 1394 C. In the Select Remote Target window, click 192.168.10.12 to highlight the row. This IP address is assigned to all unconfigured NI CVS-1450 devices. C. Select the NI CVS-1450 device you configured, and click OK. C. Select the NI CVS-1450 device you configured, and click OK. C. Select the NI CVS-1450 device you configured, and click OK. D. On the Vision Builder AI Welcome screen, click Configure Inspection. Welcome screen, click Configure Inspection. cable into one of the IEEE 1394 ports on the NI CVS-1450 device. Plug the other end of the cable into the IEEE 1394 port of the camera. C. Plug in and power on the monitor. B A C Install NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras B. When prompted, insert the NI Vision Acquisition Software CD. Target window, click 192.168.10.12 to highlight the row. This IP address is assigned to all unconfigured NI CVS-1450 devices. Target window, click 192.168.10.12 to highlight the row. This IP address is assigned to all unconfigured NI CVS-1450 devices. Tip To uniquely identify unconfigured NI CVS-1450 devices, connect and configure one NI CVS-1450 device at a time. Tip To uniquely identify unconfigured NI CVS-1450 devices, connect and configure one NI CVS-1450 device at a time. Tip To uniquely identify unconfigured NI CVS-1450 devices, connect and configure one NI CVS-1450 device at a time. Tip To uniquely identify unconfigured NI CVS-1450 devices, connect and configure one NI CVS-1450 device at a time. D. Click Configure to launch the Remote Target Configuration Wizard. D. On the Vision Builder AI Welcome screen, click Configure Inspection. Wire Power to the NI CVS-1450 Device This section explains how to connect the power supply (part number 778794-01) to the NI CVS-1450 device. For instructions on how to connect a separate main supply, refer to the NI CVS-1450 Series User Manual. Caution Do not connect the NI CVS-1450 device to a power source other than 24 VDC +10%. Refer to the NI CVS-1450 Series User Manual for information about power requirements. D. Plug the 4-position connector from the power supply into the power receptacle on the NI CVS-1450 device. E. Plug the power cord into the power supply. NI CVS-1450 Series Compact Vision System E. In the Identification window, enter a name for the NI CVS-1450 device in the Name field and a description of the NI CVS-1450 device in the Description field. configured to issue IP addresses using DHCP, select Obtain IP Address from DHCP Server. Otherwise, set the IP address manually by selecting Edit IP Settings, Suggest Values, and OK. Otherwise, set the IP address manually by selecting Edit IP Settings, Suggest Values, and OK. E. From the Acquire Images palette, F. Click the Snap button to acquire a E. From the Acquire Images palette, F. Click the Snap button to acquire a click Acquire Image (IEEE 1394). single image, or click the Grab button D E F NI CVS-1450 Series Compact Vision System NI CVS-1450 Series Compact Vision System G. If the network is configured to issue IP addresses using DHCP, select Obtain IP Address from DHCP Server. configured to issue IP addresses using DHCP, select Obtain IP Address from DHCP Server. configured to issue IP addresses using DHCP, select Obtain IP Address from DHCP Server. Otherwise, set the IP address manually by selecting Edit IP Settings, Suggest Values, and OK. F. Plug the power cord into an outlet. Once connected, the NI CVS-1450 device runs a startup program that acquires images and displays them on the monitor. These images verify that the hardware is properly connected. Connect the NI CVS-1450 Device to the Development Computer Verify that the development computer is connected to the network and powered on. This document describes how to set up and acquire an image using the NI CVS-1450 Series compact vision system with NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection or the LabVIEW Real-Time D. Click Next. Module and the NI Vision Development Module. Use these instructions to verify that hardware and software are properly installed, to configure an IP address for the CVS-1450 device, and to E. Follow the installer prompts to complete the installation. acquire an image. acquire an image. Otherwise, set the IP address manually by selecting Edit IP Settings, Suggest Values, and OK. Otherwise, set the IP address manually by selecting Edit IP Settings, Suggest Values, and OK. Otherwise, set the IP address manually by selecting Edit IP Settings, Suggest Values, and OK. H. Click Next. H. Click Next. H. Click Next. G. Using a standard CAT 5 Ethernet cable (part number 189174), connect from the network port to the Ethernet port on the NI CVS-1450 device. H. Using a standard CAT 5 Ethernet cable, connect from the network port to the Ethernet port on the development computer. Note If you are not connecting through a network, use a crossover cable (part number 187375) to connect the NI CVS-1450 device to the development computer. 373609B-01 Mar06 National Instruments, NI, ni.com, and LabVIEW are trademarks of National Instruments Corporation. Refer to the Terms of Use section on ni.com/legal for more information about National Instruments trademarks. Other product and company names mentioned herein are trademarks or trade names of their respective companies. For patents covering National Instruments products, refer to the appropriate location: Help»Patents in your software, the patents.txt file on your CD, or ni.com/patents. © 2003–2006 National Instruments Corporation. All rights reserved. C. In the Features tree, select NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras and NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Hardware Support. To Outlet QUICK START GUIDE Note Device names are limited to 15 characters with no spaces or special characters. The first and last letters must be alphanumeric. F. Click Next. F. Click Next. to acquire continuous images. Once you have configured your acquisition, click OK to add the step. You can now add inspection steps as described in the NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection: Configuration Help. Once you have configured your acquisition, click OK to add the step. You can now add inspection steps as described in the NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection: Configuration Help. Note These instructions are intended for basic installation and configuration. Refer to the NI CVS-1450 Series User Manual and the application software documentation for detailed installation and configuration instructions. Refer to the blue side of this document if you are using Vision Builder for Automated Inspection I. Select the Update Target Software checkbox. Refer to the yellow side of this document if you are using the LabVIEW Real-Time Module with the NI Vision Development Module G H Download Software to the NI CVS-1450 Device J. Click OK to begin configuring the IP address and downloading software onto the NI CVS-1450 device. This initial installation process takes several minutes.

QUICK START GUIDE NI CVS-1450 Series Compact Vision System LabVIEW Real-Time Module with the NI Vision Development Module 1 Connect the Hardware Caution Before installing NI CVS-1450 Series hardware, refer to the safety information in the NI CVS-1450 Series User Manual. Connect the Camera and Monitor to the NI CVS-1450 Device A. Connect the VGA Cable from the monitor to the VGA port on the NI CVS-1450 device. B. Plug the IEEE 1394 cable into one of the IEEE 1394 ports on the NI CVS-1450 device. Plug the other end of the cable into the IEEE A 1394 port of the camera. C C. Plug in and power on the monitor. Wire Power to the NI CVS-1450 Device This section explains how to connect the power supply (part number 778794-01) to the NI CVS-1450 device. For instructions on how to connect a separate main supply, refer to the NI CVS-1450 Series User Manual. Caution Do not connect the NI CVS-1450 device to a power source other than 24 VDC +10%. Refer to the NI CVS-1450 Series User Manual for information about power requirements. D. Plug the 4-position connector from the power supply into the power receptacle on the NI CVS-1450 device. E. Plug the power cord into the power supply. F. Plug the power cord into an outlet. Once connected, the NI CVS-1450 device runs a startup program that acquires images and displays them on the monitor. These images verify that the hardware is properly connected. Connect the NI CVS-1450 Device to the Development Computer Verify that the development computer is connected to the network and powered on. G. Using a standard CAT 5 Ethernet cable (part number 189174), connect from the network port to the Ethernet port on the NI CVS-1450 device. H. Using a standard CAT 5 Ethernet cable, connect from the network port to the Ethernet port on the development computer. Note If you are not connecting through a network, use a crossover cable (part number 187375) to connect the NI CVS-1450 device to the development computer. B To Outlet D E F G H 2 Install the Software Note You must install LabVIEW, the LabVIEW Real-Time Module, and the NI Vision Development Module software before installing the NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras driver software. Install LabVIEW and the LabVIEW Real-Time Module A. Insert the LabVIEW CD. When the installation screen appears, click Install LabVIEW and follow the setup instructions. B. Insert the LabVIEW Real-Time Module CD. When the installation screen appears, click Install LabVIEW Real-Time Module and follow the setup instructions. Install the NI Vision Development Module and NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras C. Insert the NI Vision Development Module CD. When the installation screen appears, click Install NI Vision Development Module and follow the setup instructions. D. When prompted, insert the NI Vision Acquisition Software CD. E. In the Features tree, select NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras and NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Hardware Support. F. Click Next. G. Follow the installer prompts to complete the installation. 3 Configure the NI CVS-1450 Device Obtain an IP Address A. Launch Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) and expand the Remote Systems branch of the configuration tree. B. Click 192.168.10.12 to display the Network Settings window. This IP address is assigned to all unconfigured NI CVS-1450 devices. Tip To uniquely identify unconfigured NI CVS-1450 devices, connect and configure one NI CVS-1450 device at a time. C. In the Network Settings window, type a name for the NI CVS-1450 device in the Name field and a description of the NI CVS-1450 device in the Comment field Note Device names are limited to 15 characters with no spaces or special characters. The first and last letters must be alphanumeric devices. D. If the network is configured to issue IP addresses using DHCP, select Obtain IP address from DHCP server. Otherwise, set the IP address manually by selecting Edit the IP settings, Suggest Values, and OK. E. Click Apply. When prompted, click Yes to restart the NI CVS-1450 device. This initial installation process takes several minutes. While the NI CVS-1450 device is restarting, a red X appears next to the device name to indicate that the NI CVS-1450 device is disconnected. The MAX status bar also indicates the connection status of the NI CVS-1450 device. Download Software to the NI CVS-1450 Device F. In the MAX configuration tree, expand the device folder by clicking the plus sign next to the device name. G. Click the Software branch. H. Click the Add/Remove Software button. I. Select the software to install on the NI CVS-1450 device. J. Click Next. The NI CVS-1450 device will automatically restart. This process takes several seconds. 4 Acquire an Image You can acquire an image using MAX or the LabVIEW Real-Time Module. Acquire an Image using MAX A. Launch MAX. B. In the MAX configuration tree, expand the device folder. C. Expand Devices and Interfaces. D. Expand NI-IMAQ IEEE 1394 Devices. E. Select a camera. F. Click the Snap button to acquire a single image, or click the Grab button to acquire continuous images. Acquire an Image using the LabVIEW Real-Time Module A. Launch LabVIEW, and select to create a new Real-Time Project. B. Select Custom project for the Project type, enter a Project name, select the Project folder where you want to store the project, and click Next. C. Select Add blank vi to target, and click Next. D. Select the Networked option for Browse targets, and click Browse. E. Select the Existing target or device option from Targets and Devices, expand the Compact Vision System branch, select your device, and click OK. F. Click Next. G. Verify that the NI CVS-1450 device appears correctly in the LabVIEW Real-Time Project, and click Finish. H. In the Project Explorer window, right-click the name of your NI CVS-1450 device, and select Add File. I. Navigate to Program Files\ National Instruments\ LabVIEW 8.0\examples\ IMAQ\IMAQ1394 examples.llb, and click Add File. J. Click Grab.vi, and click Select. K. Click the Run button to begin acquiring images. Now that you are acquiring images in LabVIEW, you can use the NI Vision Development Module and the installed NI CVS-1450 device drivers to process images and to control inputs and outputs.


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