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NON-CONTACT 3D DIGITIZER VIVID 910/VI-910
Instruction Manual (HARDWARE)
NOTE The VI-910 is model name for Europe and the VIVID 910 is model name for other countries. Please note that the VIVID 910 model name is intended only for reference with this manual.
The following symbols are used in this manual to prevent accidents which may occur as result of incorrect use of the instrument.
Denotes a sentence regarding safety warning or note. Read the sentence carefully to ensure safe and correct use. Denotes a prohibited operation. The operation must never been performed. Denotes an instruction. The instruction must be strictly adhered to. Denotes an instruction. Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet. Denotes a prohibited operation. The part must never be disassembled. Denotes an instruction. Connect the grounding terminal as instructed. Denotes a sentence regarding safety precaution for laser. Read the sentence carefully to ensure safe and correct use.
Notes on this Manual
Copying or reproduction of all or any part of the contents of this manual without MINOLTAs permission is strictly prohibited. The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. Every effort has been made in the preparation of this manual to ensure the accuracy of its contents. However, should you have any questions or find any errors, please contact a Minolta-authorized service facility. MINOLTA will not accept any responsibility for consequences arising from the use of the instrument. Company names and product names which appear in this manual are their trademarks or registered trademarks. Contents and display examples given in this manual are subject to change.
When using this hardware, the following points must be strictly observed to ensure correct and safe use. After you have read this manual, keep it in a safe place so that it can be referred to easily whenever it is needed.
Failure to adhere to the following points may result in death or serious injury. Do not disassemble or modify the VIVID 910. Doing so may cause a fire or electric shock. Do not remove the cover as doing so may cause electric shocks.
Do not use the VIVID 910 in places where flammable or combustible gases (gasoline etc.) are present. Doing so may cause a fire. Always use the AC power cord supplied as a standard accessory with the VIVID 910, and connect it to an AC outlet (100-240 V , 5060 Hz). Failure to do so may damage the VIVID 910, causing a fire or electric shock. Do not bend, twist or pull the AC power cord excessively. In addition, do not place heavy items on the AC power cord, or damage or modify it in any way. Doing so may cause damage to the AC power cord, resulting in fire or electric shock. If the VIVID 910 will not be used for a long time, disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet. Accumulated dirt or water on the prongs of the AC power cords plug may cause a fire. If there is any dirt or water on the prongs of the AC power cords plug, remove it. When disconnecting the AC power cords plug, always hold the plug and pull it to remove it. Never pull the AC power cord itself. Doing so may damage the AC power cord, causing a fire or electric shock. In addition, do not insert or disconnect the AC power cords plug with wet hands. Doing so may cause electric shock. The VIVID 910 should not be operated if it is damaged, or smoke or odd smells are detected. Doing so may result in a fire. In such situations, turn the power OFF immediately, disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet, and contact the nearest Minolta-authorized service facility.
Take special care not to allow liquid or metal objects to enter the VIVID 910. Doing so may cause a fire or electric shock. Should liquid or metal objects enter the VIVID 910, turn the power OFF immediately, disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet, and contact the nearest Minolta-authorized service facility. The VIVID 910 should not be operated if dirt or dust has entered through the vent holes. Doing so may result in a fire. For periodic inspection, contact the nearest Minolta-authorized service facility. Never stare into the laser emitting window.
Do not place a lens, mirror or optical element in the passage of the laser beam. Doing so may converge the laser beam, resulting in damage to your eyes, burns or fire. To prevent the above accidents, make sure that a wall or similar which can block the laser beam is located behind the object.
Falling to adhere to the following points may result in injury or damage to the instrument or other property. Do not place the instrument on an unstable or sloping surface. Doing so may result in its dropping or overturning, causing injury. Take care not to drop the instrument when carrying it.
Be sure to connect the AC power cords plug to an AC outlet that has a grounding terminal. Make sure that the AC outlet is located near the VIVID 910 and that the AC power cords plug can be easily connected and disconnected.
Laser Caution and Identification Label
LASER RADIATION DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM LASER STRAHLUNG NICHT IN DEN STRAHL SEHEN MAX 30mW 690nm
CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT Complied with IEC Publication 60825-1:1993, Amendment-1:1997
AVOID EXPOSURE Laser radiation is emitted from this aperture.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
Complies with 21 CFR Chapter 1. Subchopter J. 3-13,2-Chome, Azuchi-Machi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8556 Japan MINOLTA CO.,LTD.
Notes On Use
The VIVID 910 should be used within a temperature range of 10 to 40C at a relative humidity of 65% or less. Do not use the VIVID 910 in direct sunlight or near sources of heat such as stoves. Doing so will cause the temperature of the VIVID 910 to rise considerably higher than room temperature and may result in malfunctions. Use the VIVID 910 in a well ventilated area and make sure that the ventilation holes of the VIVID 910 are not blocked. Do not use the VIVID 910 in extremely dusty or humid areas. Doing so may result in malfunctions. Do not subject the VIVID 910 to strong vibration or shocks. Doing so may result in malfunctions. Do not disconnect cords and cables with the POWER switch of the VIVID 910 set to ON I. Doing so may result in malfunctions. The VIVID 910 has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. The VIVID 910 falls into the category of a Class A information technology device based on the VCCI standards. Using it in a domestic environment may cause radio interference. In such cases, the user may be requested to take appropriate measures. The VIVID 910 is a class II instrument specified in IEC Publication 825. Use it according to the instructions given in this manual.
Care On Storage
The VIVID 910 should be stored in areas with temperatures of between 10 and +50C. Do not store it in areas subject to high temperature or high humidity or where sudden changes in temperature or condensation are likely to occur. We recommend storing the VIVID 910 at a relatively constant temperature with a desiccant (silica gel etc.). Do not leave the VIVID 910 inside a closed car or in the trunk of a car. Under direct sunlight, the increase in temperature can be extreme and may result in malfunctions. The VIVID 910 should not be stored in areas where there is an excessive amount of dust, cigarette smoke or chemical gas. Failure to adhere to this may result in performance degradation or break-down. Lenses that are not in use should be capped and kept in the lens case.
Notes On Cleaning
If the VIVID 910 needs cleaning, wipe with a soft dry cloth. Never use solvents such as thinner or benzene. If the lens or laser emitting window is soiled with sand or dust, blow off the dirt using a blower, and wipe them gently with a piece of cleaning paper dampened with cleaning agent. In cases of malfunction, do not disassemble the VIVID 910 or attempt to repair it yourself. Contact the nearest Minolta-authorized service facility.
Notes On Maintenance
To maintain the accuracy of the high-precision Galvano mirror, that plays the most important role in measurement accuracy, a drying agent is used inside the VIVID 910. Normally, the dehumidification effect of the drying agent lasts more than one year. However, its life varies with the operating and storage environment. To maintain the designed performance of the VIVID 910, you are recommended to replace the drying agent once a year. Contact the nearest Minolta-authorized service facility.
Safety Precautions..... Laser Caution and Identification Label..... Warning Label...... Notes On Use..... Care On Storage...... Notes On Cleaning...... Notes On Maintenance...... 3
Chapter 1 Before Using the Instrument
Package Contents (Standard Accessories).... 6 Optional Accessories..... 7 System Configuration...... 8 Names and Functions of Parts...... 9 Main Body..... 9 Operation Panel..... 10
Chapter 2 Preparation
Connecting the AC Power Cord...... Turning Power ON/OFF...... Setting the Date and Time...... Connecting the VIVID 910 to a Computer..... Setting the SCSI ID No..... Setting the Terminator...... Memory Card...... Notes When Using the Instrument with Tripod..... Mounting to the Tripod..... 22
Chapter 3 Operation
Replacing the Lens...... Relationship between Measurement Distance and Object.... Replacing Procedure..... Scanning the Object...... Displaying the Scan Results..... High Quality Mode...... Setting Focus Lock..... Setting Manual Focus...... Adjusting the Laser Power and CCD Gain Manually.... Setting the Scan Reference Distance..... Setting Auto Read...... Setting the Color Level..... Adjusting the White Balance...... Data File Management...... Selecting the File Name Input Method.... Saving a File..... Loading a File...... Changing a File Name..... Deleting a File...... Displaying the Status Information...... 50 51
Press the eject button.
Never attempt to eject the memory card while scan is performed after is pressed. Doing so may cancel scan or hinder acquirement of correct data. Never attempt to eject the memory card during data loading or saving. Doing so may damage the VIVID 910 or memory card.
Notes When Using the Instrument with Tripod
When using the instrument with the tripod, first attach the tripod base plate to the instrument, and then attach the instrument to the panhead/tripod. To improve scanning accuracy, it is recommended that scanning be performed via the personal computer connected to the instrument, instead of pressing the [RELEASE] key.
Make sure that the tripod base plate, panhead and tripod are secured to the instrument and each fastener on the tripod is firmly tightened. Failure to observe this point may result in the tripod overturning or the instrument dropping. When placing the tripod on a floor, examine the floor conditions and flatness to make sure that the tripod is stably placed. After measurement is completed, the instrument must be removed from the tripod before storing them. If the instrument is stored with the tripod attached, the tripod may overturn or the instrument may drop, resulting in accidents.
Mounting to the Tripod
1. Mounting the Tripod base plate to the Instrument
Before mounting the instrument to the tripod, mount the tripod base plate to the instrument as explained below.
Five screw holes for the tripod base plate are provided on both the top and base of the instrument. The instrument can be attached upside down to the tripod. In this case, remove the handle from the top of the instrument, mount the tripod base plate on the top of the instrument, then mount the handle on the base of the instrument.
[Mounting the Tripod base plate]
Make sure that the power to the instrument is OFF, and remove the power cord. Turn the instrument slowly so that its side faces down, and place it on a flat table. Place the tripod base plate on the base (or top) of the instrument, and secure it with the five screws (supplied with the tripod base plate). * Make sure that screw washers are fitted into the dents on the base of the instrument. If you have removed the handle from the top of the instrument, attach it to the base of the instrument.
Tripod Base Plate
2. Mounting the Instrument to the Panhead
After you have attached the tripod base plate to the instrument, they need to be mounted to the recommended panhead as explained below. First, remove the accessory plate from the panhead, attach it to the instrument, then attach both to the panhead.
Three screw holes are provided on the back of the tripod base plate (the side with rubber feet), to allow mounting the tripod base plate to the panhead.
[Attaching the Accessory Plate]
Remove the accessory plate from the panhead. Place the top of the accessory plate on the tripod base plate (attached to the instrument), and secure them with two screws (U3/8, supplied with the accessory plate).
[Attaching to the Panhead]
Make sure that the tripod/panhead is secured in place. Remove the rubber feet on the base plate with the use of a hexagonal wrench.
Remove the two rubber feet located at the rear.
If the instrument is to be removed from the tripod/panhead and located on the base plate, attach the rubber feet. Store the rubber feet in a safe place after removal.
Slide the accessory plate (attached to the tripod base plate on the instrument) into the panhead. Tighten the slide fixing knob to firmly secure the accessory plate to the panhead.
Refer to the tripod/panhead instruction manual for details on using the accessory plate locking knob.
Replacing the Lens
Before starting acquisition of images, the lens may need to be replaced according to the size and distance to the object.
Relationship between Measurement Distance and Object
With the VIVID 910, three types of lens are available: wide-angle lens, middle-angle lens and telescopic lens. A lens suitable for the size of the object and distance must be used.
The closer the object to the VIVID 910, the higher the measurement accuracy is. On the other hand, influences of shades produced due to roughness on the surface of the object can be reduced if the object is positioned far from the VIVID 910.
Select the most suitable lens by referring to the table given below. WIDE Lens
Measurement Distance Horizontal Object Size Vertical 600 367.0 275.486.6 364.606.2 454.725.8 544.1204.2 903.2 Unit (mm)
Measurement Distance Horizontal Object Size Vertical 600 204.7 153.270.6 203.336.5 252.402.4 301.830.6 622.9 Unit (mm)
Measurement Distance Horizontal Object Size Vertical 600 113.9 85.151.0 113.188.0 141.225.1 168.465.9 349.4 Unit (mm)
The currently installed lens can be verified by the status information. To replace the lens with another one, follow the procedure given below.
Only the lenses supplied as standard accessories with the VIVID 910 can be used. (They are not compatible with other VIVID models since they have been calibrated with the VIVID 910 only.) Since the VIVID 910 is a precision instrument, do not leave it without lens when replacing the lens. Replace the lens as soon as possible. If you replace the lens before saving the image data, the image data will be lost. Before replacing the lens, all the necessary operations (e.g. saving data) must be completed. Do not touch the lens surface with fingers. If dust or dirt has collected on the lens surface, remove it using a camera air blower etc. Dust or dirt on the lens mount surface may produce incorrect measurement data. In this case, wipe the lens mount surface with a clean, dry cloth and then blow it with a camera air blower etc. Dust and dirt collected on the lens mount surface on the body side must also be removed with a camera air blower etc.
For display of the status information, refer to page 51.
Remove the lens hood.
The lens hood can be fixed with its bayonet mount.
Turn the lens fixing ring counter-clockwise to loose it completely.
The lens fixing ring can be fixed with its screw mount.
Hold the external edge of the fixing ring and pull it out.
Hold the ring with your finger located near the red mark on the lens. This will facilitate pulling the lens. Attach the lens cap to the removed lens, place it in the lens case and keep it in a safe place.
The following information will appear in the viewfinder as shown on the right. Check the serial number of each lens displayed.
CHANGE LENS TELE S/N MIDDLE S/N WIDE S/N PRESS ANY KEY
Attach the desired lens. Remove the lens cap. Align the red mark on the lens with the one on the lens mount socket, and insert the lens until a click is heard.
The position of the red mark on the lens varies with the focus point. Hold the ring with your finger located near the red mark on the lens. This will facilitate inserting the lens.
Press. The CAMERA SETTINGS view will appear.
Press to locate the arrow cursor to HIGH QUALITY MODE.
FEB.04.2000 CLOCK 16:21:58 W/B DEFAULT SCSI ID 5 TERMINATE ENABLE AUTO READ ON COLOR AUTO HIGH QUALITY MODE OFF
Press. The currently selected high quality mode (ON or OFF) will turn to pink.
to select ON or OFF.
<Settings> ON: High quality mode OFF: Digitize mode (normal measurement mode)
Press. The procedure is now complete.
If high quality mode is set to OFF (digitize mode), data outside the measurement range will be displayed in yellow on the range image. If high quality mode is set to ON, data outside the measurement range will be eliminated, therefore it will not be displayed on the screen. If the part that you want to input is displayed in yellow or does not appear as the range image in the display at all, press to cancel the scan. Then adjust the laser power and gain setting and try scanning again.
Setting Focus Lock
With certain objects, AF/AE ERROR will be displayed at the end of a scan, indicating that auto-focus cannot be performed. In this case, press any key to clear the error view, then set focus lock as described below.
The VIVID 910 uses contrast detection type auto focus. Auto focus may not be possible with the following objects: White wall etc. whose contrast is low Objects with repetitive patterns (stripes etc.) To scan such objects, set focus lock or perform manual focus. (Since focus lock performs active auto focus using a laser beam, low-contrast objects can still be auto-focused.)
For a description of manual focus, refer to page 36.
The following procedure applies only if an error has occurred when a scan was performed as explained on page 30.
Press any key to clear the error view. Remove the current object and place a new object that can be easily auto-focused in the same position.
It is recommended that a paper with a contrasting pattern such as a large character be affixed to the object.
Press. FOCUS LOCK will be displayed on the viewfinder, and the focus will be locked when the object is focused.
To release focus lock, press , or. (The result from pressing them will vary depending on the key pressed.)
Replace the object with the original one and perform a scan.
FOCUS LOCK ON
Setting Manual Focus
With certain objects, AF/AE ERROR will be displayed at the end of a scan, indicating that auto-focus cannot be performed. In this case, press any key to clear the error view, then set manual focus as described below.
Press. The currently set color level will turn to pink. Press to set the desired laser power.
<Settings> AUTO: Scans a color image with the same exposure level as the one for monochrome images. 0 to 9: The larger the value, the brighter the image.
Press. The new color level will be set.
While checking the color image by pressing porarily by pressing. before starting scan, it is possible to change the color level tem-
Adjusting the White Balance
The color of an object varies slightly depending on the type of light source. To acquire accurate color image data, adjust the white balance as described below under the light source to be used. When scanning, we recommend that you use a stable, flicker-free light source (such as a high-frequency fluorescent lamp).
The white balance has been adjusted under fluorescent light before shipment.
Set the light source so that the lighting condition is the same as that under which scan is to be performed. Attach the white balance cap to the VIVID 910 as illustrated.
Press. The CAMERA SETTINGS view will appear. Press B. to locate the arrow cursor to W/
FEB.04.2000 CLOCK 17:09:19 W/B DEFAULT SCSI ID 5 TERMINATE ENABLE AUTO READ ON COLOR AUTO HIGH QUALITY MODE OFF
. to select CALIBRATE.
FEB.04.2000 CLOCK 17:09:19 W/B CALIBRATE SCSI ID 5 TERMINATE ENABLE AUTO READ ON COLOR AUTO HIGH QUALITY MODE OFF
Press. CALIBRATING will be displayed and white balance will be adjusted.
If DEFAULT is selected and light) will be restored. is pressed at step 6, the default white balance (i.e. calibrated under fluorescent
Data File Management
The acquired image data can be saved in an optional memory card. Once the data is saved, it can be loaded to the VIVID 910 or to a computer using the Polygon Editing Tool.
Insert the compact flash card into the PC card adapter, then insert them into the memory card slot on the VIVID 910. The memory card (compact flash card VI-A12 + PC card adapter VI-A13) supplied with the VIVID 910 must be used.
For a description of the memory card, refer to page 21.
Selecting the File Name Input Method
Two methods are available for assigning a file name to image data when saving it: AUTO to assign file names automatically, and INTERACTIVE to assign them interactively.
to select the character to be changed.
, the character located right on
Moving through the prefix file name from one character to another by pressing will be cleared.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to complete the file name (up to eight characters). Press. RECORDING will be displayed and the data will be saved under the specified file name.
Loading a File
Data saved in the memory card can be loaded as described below.
Press. The MENU view will appear. Press to locate the arrow cursor to FILE LIST.
Press. The FILE LIST view will appear.
The data obtained by step shot scan using the Polygon Editing Tool Software (the instrument is connected to a personal computer) will not be displayed.
to select the file you want to load.
FILE LIST FRAME001.CDM FRAME002.CDM FRAME003.CDM FRAME004.CDM FRAME005.CDM FRAME006.CDM FRAME007.CDM FRAME008.CDM FRAME009.CDM FRAME010.CDM FRAME011.CDM FRAME012.CDM NEXT
Press to check the information regarding the selected file. LOADING will be displayed, and the following views will appear.
Each time is pressed, the view will switch as follows. Even if a view is currently displayed, you can still display file information of other files listed in the FILE LIST view by pressing.
ATTRIBUTES FILENAME DATE TIME MODE LENS FOCALLENGTH DISTANCE MODEL NAME
FRAME035.PM FEB.04.2000 17:07:31 FINE WIDE 8MM 746MM 910
Scan Information view
File List view
Color Image view
Range Image view
The following information can be checked in the Scan Information view.
File name Saved time Scan lens
Saved date Scan mode
Focal length Scan distance Machine that took the scan
ATTRIBUTES FILENAME FRAME035.PM DATE FEB.04.2000 TIME 17:07:31 MODE FINE LENS WIDE FOCAL LENGTH 8MM DISTANCE 746MM MODEL NAME 910
Changing a File Name
File names of the data stored in the memory card can be changed.
Select the data whose file name is to be changed.
For a description of selecting a file, refer to page 48.
Press. A file edit view will appear. Press to locate the arrow cursor to CHANGE FILENAME.
SELECTED FILE FRAME020.CDM
CHANGE FILENAME DELETE FILE
Press. The last character of the selected file name will turn to pink. Press changed. to select the character to be
CHANGE FILENAME DELETE FILE > FRAME020
to select the desired new character.
Repeat steps 5 and 6 to complete the desired file name.
To cancel changing the file name and restore the original file name, press.
Press. The file name will be changed. The view shown at step 1 will reappear.
Deleting a File
Files stored in the memory card can be deleted.
Select the file you want to delete.
Press. A file edit view will appear. Press to locate the arrow cursor to DELETE FILE.
SELECTED FILE FRAME020.CDM CHANGE FILENAME DELETE FILE
Press. The selected file name will turn to pink, and CONFIRM TO DELETE? will be displayed.
Once a file is deleted, it cannot be restored any more. Thus, before deleting it, double-check its file name etc. If you do not want to delete, press.
SELECTED FILE FRAME020.CDM CHANGE FILENAME DELETE FILE > CONFIRM TO DELETE?
Press. The file will be deleted. The FILE LIST view will reappear.
Displaying the Status Information
The model name, version, lens information, total capacity and unoccupied capacity of the memory card can be displayed.
Press. The MENU view will appear. Press FO. to locate the arrow cursor to IN-
Press. The status information will be displayed as shown below.
MODEL NAME: Model name (VIVID 910) VERSION: Version No. S/N: Serial No. TELE S/N: TELE lenss serial No. MIDDLE S/N: MIDDLE lenss serial No. WIDE S/N: WIDE lenss serial No. *: Indicates the currently installed lens.
CAMERA MODEL NAME VERSION S/N LENS TELE S/N MIDDLE S/N WIDE S/N MEMORY CARD TOTAL SPACE FREE SPACE
910 1.2001005 122MB 60MB
TOTAL SPACE: Total capacity of memory card FREE SPACE: Unoccupied capacity of memory card
The following error messages appear if incorrect operation is performed or an abnormality occurs with the VIVID 910. If an error message appears, take the appropriate corrective actions as shown in the table below. If the problem still does not disappear, contact a Minolta-authorized service facility.
Error Message (Alphabetically) AF/AE ERROR LASER BARRIER MAY BE CLOSED PRESS ANY KEY AF ERROR LOW CONTRAST PRESS ANY KEY BACKUP ERROR PRESS ANY KEY CAUTION LASER SCANNER IS OUT OF ORDER PLEASE TURN OFF CHANGE LENS TELE S/N ******** MIDDLE S/N ******** WIDE S/N ******** PRESS ANY KEY CLOCK ERROR PRESS ANY KEY DIRECTORY FULL PLEASE INSERT ANOTHER MEMORY CARD OR PRESS ANY KEY ERROR OUT OF DISTANCE RANGE PRESS ANY KEY INVALID FORMAT PLEASE INSERT ANOTHER MEMORY CARD OR PRESS ANY KEY LIGHT IMPROPER NO FREE SPACE PLEASE INSERT ANOTHER MEMORY CARD OR PRESS ANY KEY NO MEMORY CARD PLEASE INSERT A CARD OR PRESS ANY KEY Meaning Auto-focus or auto-exposure failed. Press any key. Action Remove the laser cap. In the case of an object for which it is difficult to acquire correct images, set the focus lock or manual focus. In the case of an object for which it is difficult to acquire correct images, set the focus lock or manual focus. All the settings will be initialized, so set them again. Highly dangerous! Turn off the power immediately and contact a Minoltaauthorized service facility. Attach the lens hood properly. Check the serial No. of the lens, and replace the lens properly. The date/time data will be initialized, so set it again. Insert a memory card that has sufficient unoccupied memory capacity. Delete files from the currently inserted memory card. Place the object in a position 0.5 m to 2.5 m away from the VIVID 910. Insert an initialized memory card into the slot or initialize the current memory card. (It is not possible to initialize a memory card using the VIVID 910.) Illuminate the object brighter and scan it. Insert a memory card that has sufficient unoccupied memory capacity. Delete files from the currently inserted memory card. Insert a memory card into the slot.
Auto-focus failed due to low contrast of the object. Press any key. Failed to back up the data. Press any key. The laser beam is not emitted properly. Turn off the power immediately.
The lens is now being replaced. Press any key.
The clock is abnormal. Press any key. The maximum allowed number of files has already been stored. Replace the compact flash card with a new one, or press any key. The object is not located within the specified object distance range. Press any key. The memory card has not been initialized. Press any key.
Insufficient amount of light There is insufficient unoccupied capacity on the memory card. Press any key.
No memory card is inserted. Insert another memory card or press any key.
Error Message (Alphabetically) MEMORY CARD IS EJECTED PRESS ANY KEY MEMORY CARD IS EJECTED RECORDING IS CANCELED PRESS ANY KEY SAME FILE NAME SYSTEM ERROR PLEASE TURN OFF
Meaning The memory card has been ejected. Press any key. The memory card has been ejected. Press any key.
Action Insert a memory card into the slot.
Insert a memory card into the slot.
A file of the same file name already exists. A system error has occurred. Turn OFF the power.
Specify another file name. Turn OFF the power, then turn it ON again. If the problem still does not disappear, contact a Minolta-authorized service facility. Set the terminator to ENABLE.
TERMINATE ERROR PRESS ANY KEY SET TERMINATE ENABLE UNKNOWN MEMORY CARD PLEASE INSERT ANOTHER MEMORY CARD OR PRESS ANY KEY WB ERROR LIGHT IMPROPER PRESS ANY KEY
SCSI terminator error has occurred. Press any key and set the terminator to ENABLE. The currently inserted memory card is not suitable for the VIVID 910. Insert another memory card or press any key.
Insert a suitable memory card into the slot.
Failed to adjust white balance. Press any key.
Adjust white balance in a bright place. (White balance in effect before occurrence of this error has not been updated.)
Explanation of Measuring Principle
The VIVID 910 uses the light-stripe method to emit a horizontal stripe light through a cylindrical lens to the object. The reflected light from the object is received by the CCD, and then converted by triangulation into distance information. This process is repeated by scanning the stripe light vertically on the object surface using a Galvano mirror, to obtain a 3D image data of the object. In addition, a color image of the object is also obtained by scanning the CCD through a RGB filter while the stripe light is not emitted. (A band pass filter is used when stripe light is emitted.)
Laser Scanning Method Scan Mode
X Direction Input Range (Varies with the distance) Y Direction Input Range (Varies with the distance) Z Direction Input Range (Varies with the distance) Accuracy
Precision (Z, , Typ.) Input Time Image Data Transfer Time to Computer Allowed Environmental Light Imaging Device Output Data Points
Memory Media Data Capacity Viewfinder Output Interface Power
Model Name Dimensions Mass Operating environment Storage Temperature Range
Non-contact 3D digitizer VIVID 910/VI-(W) 413 (H) 271 (D) mm Approx. 11 kg Operating Temperature Range: 10 to 40C; 65% RH or less/no condensation; Installation category: II; Pollution degree: 2; Maximum altitude: 2000 m -10 to 50C, 85% or less (at 35C)/no condensation
The above specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
Minolta Co.,Ltd. 9222-1888-19
3-13, 2-Chome, Azuchi-Machi, Chuo-Ku, Osaka 541-8556, Japan
2001 Minolta Co., Ltd. ACHARR(1) Printed in Japan
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