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    Each output can perform any function. Some application examples are given here. Delayed Signal mode Delayed output following the detection of products Example 1 - Principle of operation A product sensor provides a signal when a product is present. This signal needs to be delayed so that an inspection light is only turned on when a product is present. The delay can be a time or a number of encoder counts. After Sensor 1 detects a product, there is a delay of ms before Light 1 is turned on. There are two cameras which need to take an image after different delays. There are two cameras which need to take an image at fixed distances along the belt. The camera trigger pulses must be fixed width for exposure control.

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    We will then contact you with the appropriate action. The consignment number is emailed to you along with the invoice at the time of shipment.

    Please be aware that the delivery time frame may vary according to the area of delivery - the approximate delivery time is usually between business days. There are two cameras which need to take an image at fixed distances along the belt.

    The camera trigger pulses must be fixed width for exposure control. The trailing edge of Sensor 1 is used as the trigger. OP1 triggers the first camera after encoder counts.

    OP2 triggers the second camera after encoder counts. By using encoders, the image will be captured correctly even if the conveyor changes speed. Gated Pulse mode Where an output is required at a fixed frequency whenever a product is present.

    A camera needs to be triggered at 25Hz continuously, except when Sensor 1 is high to indicate that there is no product present or the machine has stopped. The 25Hz trigger is generated by the internal timer.

    Pulse Burst mode Multiple outputs are required from one trigger signal In this example, a sensor on IP1 detects product presence.

    Four images need to be taken from one camera using four different lights at 40ms intervals. OP5 is used to trigger the camera four times.