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Features

Thu, 01/11/2018 - 20:42

Redirected page to Features 393

← Older revision Revision as of 03:42, 12 January 2018 Line 1: Line 1: −#REDIRECT [[Features 353]]+#REDIRECT [[Features 393]]  +Legacy Features pages for legacy 353 cameras is renamed to [[Features 353]] Andrey.filippov

Features

Thu, 01/11/2018 - 20:39

Andrey.filippov moved page Features to Features 353

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353

Thu, 01/11/2018 - 19:45

Redirected page to 10393

← Older revision Revision as of 02:45, 12 January 2018 (One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)Line 1: Line 1:  #REDIRECT [[10393]] #REDIRECT [[10393]]  +Legacy 353 page is renamed to [[353_legacy]] Andrey.filippov

353

Thu, 01/11/2018 - 19:45

Redirected page to 10393

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353

Thu, 01/11/2018 - 19:23

Redirected page to 10393

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Talk:353

Thu, 01/11/2018 - 19:22

Andrey.filippov moved page Talk:353 to Talk:353 legacy Google only shows old products

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353 legacy

Thu, 01/11/2018 - 19:22

Andrey.filippov moved protection settings from 353 to 353 legacy 353 moved to 353 legacy: Google only shows old products

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353

Thu, 01/11/2018 - 19:22

Andrey.filippov moved page 353 to 353 legacy Google only shows old products

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353

Thu, 01/11/2018 - 19:15

← Older revision Revision as of 02:15, 12 January 2018 Line 1: Line 1: −{{Legacy}} See similar current products here: [[10393]]+{{Legacy}}  +See current products here: [[10393]]  == Elphel 353/363 series cameras and camera modules == == Elphel 353/363 series cameras and camera modules ==    Andrey.filippov

353

Thu, 01/11/2018 - 19:15

← Older revision Revision as of 02:15, 12 January 2018 (One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)Line 1: Line 1: −{{Legacy}} See similar current products here: [[10393]]+{{Legacy}}  +See current products here: [[10393]]  == Elphel 353/363 series cameras and camera modules == == Elphel 353/363 series cameras and camera modules ==    Line 27: Line 28:  [[Image:Prototype363_detail.jpeg|frame|[[Media:Prototype363.jpeg|Detail of one of the first images acquired with Elphel Model 363 camera (click here for the full image)]]]] [[Image:Prototype363_detail.jpeg|frame|[[Media:Prototype363.jpeg|Detail of one of the first images acquired with Elphel Model 363 camera (click here for the full image)]]]]    −There is a new series of Elphel cameras that continue the line of 303, 313/323 and 333 - it is 353/363 now.+Goolge loves obsolete products: There is a new series of Elphel cameras that continue the line of 303, 313/323 and 333 - it is 353/363 now.  * Elphel Model 353 cameras are designed for video applications, use small format (usually - 1/2") high-resolution CMOS sensors and C/CS mount lenses * Elphel Model 353 cameras are designed for video applications, use small format (usually - 1/2") high-resolution CMOS sensors and C/CS mount lenses  * Model 363 use large format CCD imagers, have higher resolution and lower frame rate - they acquire and send individual images. These cameras use 35 mm (or larger) format lenses. * Model 363 use large format CCD imagers, have higher resolution and lower frame rate - they acquire and send individual images. These cameras use 35 mm (or larger) format lenses. Andrey.filippov

353

Wed, 01/10/2018 - 19:15

‎Specs

← Older revision Revision as of 02:15, 11 January 2018 Line 27: Line 27:  [[Image:Prototype363_detail.jpeg|frame|[[Media:Prototype363.jpeg|Detail of one of the first images acquired with Elphel Model 363 camera (click here for the full image)]]]] [[Image:Prototype363_detail.jpeg|frame|[[Media:Prototype363.jpeg|Detail of one of the first images acquired with Elphel Model 363 camera (click here for the full image)]]]]    −There is a new series of Elphel cameras that continue the line of 303, 313/323 and 333 - it is 353/363 now.+Goolge loves obsolete products: There is a new series of Elphel cameras that continue the line of 303, 313/323 and 333 - it is 353/363 now.  * Elphel Model 353 cameras are designed for video applications, use small format (usually - 1/2") high-resolution CMOS sensors and C/CS mount lenses * Elphel Model 353 cameras are designed for video applications, use small format (usually - 1/2") high-resolution CMOS sensors and C/CS mount lenses  * Model 363 use large format CCD imagers, have higher resolution and lower frame rate - they acquire and send individual images. These cameras use 35 mm (or larger) format lenses. * Model 363 use large format CCD imagers, have higher resolution and lower frame rate - they acquire and send individual images. These cameras use 35 mm (or larger) format lenses. Andrey.filippov

Using 10359 mux with 10393

Wed, 01/10/2018 - 14:37

‎Connection

← Older revision Revision as of 21:37, 10 January 2018 Line 17: Line 17:  [[File:10359top.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.2 10359 mux board (older revision)]] [[File:10359top.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.2 10359 mux board (older revision)]]    −* <font color='red'>'''if the number of connected mux boards is 4 and 10389+SSD then extra power is needed'''</font>:  +* <font color='red'>'''if the number of connected mux boards is 1+ and internal SSD is used then extra power is needed'''</font> (a lot depends on SSD power consumption):    quick mod: see Fig.2   quick mod: see Fig.2    lift pins 3,4 on J1, put teflon tape under them and solder a wire to those lifted pins connected. Then add a MOS transistor or a switch that will apply external 3.3 V to W2 when those J1.3, J1.4 have     lift pins 3,4 on J1, put teflon tape under them and solder a wire to those lifted pins connected. Then add a MOS transistor or a switch that will apply external 3.3 V to W2 when those J1.3, J1.4 have   Oleg

10359

Wed, 01/10/2018 - 12:15

‎10359

← Older revision Revision as of 19:15, 10 January 2018 Line 10: Line 10:     [[Image:10359 current clock tree.png|thumb|500px|10359 current clock tree]] [[Image:10359 current clock tree.png|thumb|500px|10359 current clock tree]] −10359 is an optional multi-function board for [[353|Elplhel Model 353/363 Cameras]]. It can be connected between the [[10353|10353 Processor board]] and a sensor one (up to three sensor boards can be connected)+10359 is an optional multi-function board for [[10393|'''Elphel Model 393 Cameras''']] and [[353|Elphel Model 353/363 Cameras]]. For 10393, also see [[Using_10359_mux_with_10393|using 10359 with 10393]].  +It can be connected between the [[10353|10353 Processor board]] and a sensor one (up to three sensor boards can be connected)  This board has the same FPGA-DDR SDRAM pair as on the 10353 (Processor) board. It uses just one extra conductor in the flex cable to configure the on-board FPGA, rest of the JTAG programming interface pins share connections with the data signals. This board can fit in the standard camera enclosure (when only one sensor board is used) and does not interfere with the boards that use inter-board connectors (i.e. 10357) - the 10359 is mounted on the other side of the 10353 board. This board has the same FPGA-DDR SDRAM pair as on the 10353 (Processor) board. It uses just one extra conductor in the flex cable to configure the on-board FPGA, rest of the JTAG programming interface pins share connections with the data signals. This board can fit in the standard camera enclosure (when only one sensor board is used) and does not interfere with the boards that use inter-board connectors (i.e. 10357) - the 10359 is mounted on the other side of the 10353 board.    Oleg

Using 10359 mux with 10393

Wed, 01/10/2018 - 11:47

← Older revision Revision as of 18:47, 10 January 2018 Line 17: Line 17:  [[File:10359top.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.2 10359 mux board (older revision)]] [[File:10359top.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.2 10359 mux board (older revision)]]    −* if the number of connected mux boards is 4 and 10389+SSD then extra power is needed:  +* <font color='red'>'''if the number of connected mux boards is 4 and 10389+SSD then extra power is needed'''</font>:      quick mod: see Fig.2   quick mod: see Fig.2    lift pins 3,4 on J1, put teflon tape under them and solder a wire to those lifted pins connected. Then add a MOS transistor or a switch that will apply external 3.3 V to W2 when those J1.3, J1.4 have     lift pins 3,4 on J1, put teflon tape under them and solder a wire to those lifted pins connected. Then add a MOS transistor or a switch that will apply external 3.3 V to W2 when those J1.3, J1.4 have   Oleg

10393

Wed, 01/10/2018 - 11:46

‎Links

← Older revision Revision as of 18:46, 10 January 2018 Line 103: Line 103:  ==Links== ==Links==  *[[10389|10389 board]] *[[10389|10389 board]]  +*[[Using_10359_mux_with_10393|Using 10393 with multiplexer boards 10359]]     ==Known issues== ==Known issues== Oleg

Tmp manual

Tue, 01/09/2018 - 16:07

‎Firmware images

← Older revision Revision as of 23:07, 9 January 2018 Line 267: Line 267:     ==<font color="blue">Firmware images</font>== ==<font color="blue">Firmware images</font>== −* [https://community.elphel.com/files/393/20171120/ '''20171120''']+* [https://community.elphel.com/files/393/20180109/ '''20180109''']  +* [https://community.elphel.com/files/393/20171120/ 20171120]  * [https://community.elphel.com/files/393/20171115/ 20171115] * [https://community.elphel.com/files/393/20171115/ 20171115] −* [https://community.elphel.com/files/393/20170823/ 20170823]      ==<font color="blue">Other info</font>== ==<font color="blue">Other info</font>== Oleg

10393 power

Thu, 01/04/2018 - 13:07

‎3.3V

← Older revision Revision as of 20:07, 4 January 2018 (2 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 21: Line 21:     ==3.3V== ==3.3V==  +* Without power board  {| {| −|valign='top'|[[File:10393 power33 1.jpeg|thumb|320px|Fig.3 10393 and cable, see [[10393|schematics]]]]+|valign='top'|[[File:10393 power33 1.jpeg|thumb|320px|Fig.3 10393 (J1) and cable, see [[10393|schematics]]]] −|valign='top'|[[File:10393 power33 2.jpeg|thumb|320px|Fig.4 The cable can be connected to any side of the board]]+|valign='top'|[[File:10393 power33 2b.jpeg|thumb|320px|Fig.4 Any side can be used]]  |valign='top'|[[File:10393 power33 3.jpeg|thumb|320px|Fig.5 Power supply]] |valign='top'|[[File:10393 power33 3.jpeg|thumb|320px|Fig.5 Power supply]]  |} |}     [[Category:393]] [[Category:393]] Oleg

File:10393 power33 2b.jpeg

Thu, 01/04/2018 - 13:05

Oleg uploaded File:10393 power33 2b.jpeg

New page

== Licensing ==
{{CC }} Oleg

File:10393 power33 2a.jpeg

Thu, 01/04/2018 - 12:56

Oleg uploaded File:10393 power33 2a.jpeg

New page

== Licensing ==
{{CC }} Oleg

10393 power

Thu, 01/04/2018 - 12:44

‎3.3V

← Older revision Revision as of 19:44, 4 January 2018 Line 23: Line 23:  {| {|  |valign='top'|[[File:10393 power33 1.jpeg|thumb|320px|Fig.3 10393 and cable, see [[10393|schematics]]]] |valign='top'|[[File:10393 power33 1.jpeg|thumb|320px|Fig.3 10393 and cable, see [[10393|schematics]]]] −|valign='top'|[[File:10393 power33 2.jpeg|thumb|320px|Fig.4 10393 and cable (connected to J1)]]+|valign='top'|[[File:10393 power33 2.jpeg|thumb|320px|Fig.4 The cable can be connected to any side of the board]]  |valign='top'|[[File:10393 power33 3.jpeg|thumb|320px|Fig.5 Power supply]] |valign='top'|[[File:10393 power33 3.jpeg|thumb|320px|Fig.5 Power supply]]  |} |}     [[Category:393]] [[Category:393]] Oleg

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