Start configuring the camera and jobs in Sensopart Visor software, open SensoFind, then double click on the camera.
Make a note of the camera's IP Adress, as you'll need to enter this into Tascus later.
When the camera interface opens, select the Job button first, and ensure the Trigger Mode is setup to Trigger.
This will mean that an image is taken when Tascus triggers the camera, the camera is not continuously acquiring images.
Alignment & Detector
Setup the camera alignment & detectors as appropriate for your vision inspection requirements.
This is where you configure how the camera will communicate to Tascus.
Enable the Ethernet interface with the following settings:
Logical Outputs = 0
Enabled = Ticked
This configures the data that will be sent to Tascus when the camera has been triggered. Use the following configuration. This will need to be done for every job.
Start = s
Trailer = t
Payload - add the Overall results for every detector in the job.
This will send a P or F to Tascus for every detector added e.g. sPFPPPFt.
Tascus will then search the string, and will record a Pass result if no F results are found, and at least one P is found.
sPFPPPFt - Fail
sPPPPPPt - Pass
st - Fail (no P's found)
It's important to make sure every detector is included, as there is no overall result for the job, so the data sent to Tascus must include every detector.
From the main Tascus menu, select Devices > Vision System > Config
Vision System = Sensopart
IP Address = IP Address of the camera (configured in Sensoview)
Ports = 2006,2005
Ports should be in the format: cmdport,responseport e.g.2006,2005
Once this is done, you can open the Vision System > Diagnostics screen to connect to the camera and trigger a job.