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These slides will show an example of connecting the UI5480SE-M-GL camera to a network using an Intel NIC card in a laptop computer. The UI5480SE-M-GL achieves.

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1 These slides will show an example of connecting the UI5480SE-M-GL camera to a network using an Intel NIC card in a laptop computer. The UI5480SE-M-GL achieves FPS in this example This presentation is appropriate for any IDS GigE camera. Operating System is Windows XP SP 3 Intel Core 2 Duo CPU 2.53GHz 2.99GB RAM Intel 82567LM Gigabit Network card Connection Example using IDS UI5480SE-M-GL Intel GigE NIC Achieves 14.09FPS

2 Before the uEye camera will connect, it may be necessary to set network settings and IP address the uEye camera to the network card being used. Top screen is from XP, bottom screen is from WIN7. You can get to this screen usually by clicking on the network icon in task tray. If not you can use the control panel. In Win7, the most direct way (not the shortest) is to goto control panel, click on the network and sharing icon, then click on the change adapter settings on the left side, then rt click on the adapter you want to use, and chose properties to open network dialog box which is what is shown on the next page… In XP, select the Local Area Connection that will be used with the uEye camera by double clicking on the proper icon you want to use. Note: You might want to disable any connections that will not be used by right click on the connection and select disable. (This step is not necessary, but helpful in case of debug. You can certainly run the camera on a one NIC port and your networking on another NIC port. ) Open Network Connections

3 The Local Area Connection Properties will open Scroll down and highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) then select properties

4 IDS cameras do not use DCHP or LLA. So you need to set a static IP address for BOTH the NIC and the camera! THEY CANNOT BE THE SAME ADDRESS, BUT MUST BE ON THE SAME SUBNET. In a general purpose network, the Obtain an IP address automatically checkbox will be selected For this example, we will set the IP address for the network card to a static IP address and set the subnet mask In this example the Intel GigE NIC Card IP address is set to static IP address The Subnet mask will be set to For this example, both the camera and network card will need to be set manually with static IP addresses in the same IP addressing range of : Subnet Mask setting is set to for both camera and network card

5 Next we need to set the network card to accept the large frames sent from the camera. THIS STEP IS CRITICAL TO GET MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE FROM THE INTEL CARD. Select and highlight Client for Microsoft Networks then select configure You can also just click the configure button next to the Intel card

6 This dialog box may appear. Select Yes to proceed

7 The network card properties will appear Check that the device status states the device is working properly

8 Select the Advanced Tab then select and highlight Jumbo Frames In the value field, select the largest value. In this example, 9014 Bytes is selected

9 Next select and highlight Receive Descriptors In the value field, use the arrow to increase the value to the highest available. In this example, 2048 is used

10 Next select and highlight Link Speed & Duplex Select the value for 1000Mbps In this example, Auto-negotiate 1000Mbps is selected

11 It is recommended though not necessary to disable networks that are not being used allowing only the network being used for the camera to stay connected. During the first time setup and becoming familiar with connecting a GigE camera, this will eliminate the possibility of connecting to a network that is not intended to be used for connecting the camera. Once you are comfortable with the results of the camera network and have successfully connected and achieved the desired settings, enable the other networks the computer will need to use. By disconnecting from a live wireless network or internet access network during camera set up, you will have less variables to troubleshoot during the connection process. Consult you network administrator with networking questions that may arise.

12 Next Open the software uEye Camera Manager

13 When the camera is connected, it will appear in the camera list Select Expert Mode in the Control Center section of uEye Camera Manager to open the Parameters section of the uEye Camera Manager which is used to see the network settings Select Manual ETH configuration

14 Set the IP Address for the camera. This is in the bottom section of the diaglog box, Selected Devide Idxxx. For this example we will use the following settings In the Persistent IP field enter the IP Address. Make sure that you do not use the IP address of the NIC card. To keep things simple, please initially use the same numbers of the first three fields of the IP address that you used in the NIC. The NIC card had an address of We can use the first three fields of and for the last field we can choose any value BUT 40. Here we chose a In the Subnetmask field enter Then select OK

15 Camera IP Address set manually to persistent IP Intel GigE NIC Card part number for reference Intel GigE NIC Card IP address set to static IP address Both camera and network card are set in the same IP addressing range of : Subnet Mask setting is for both camera and network card

16 Select ETH Network Service from the previous menu Select the Gigabit Ethernet device that is being used to connect to the camera Once highlighted, the IP address will appear in the Network Adapter field. Select the checkbox Use 2K jumbo packets

17 Open the uEye Demo software program Choose one of the profile for preset settings or select No Profile

18 Click on the green play arrow to open the camera in uEye Demo software

19 A live image will appear Select the wrench icon to open the camera settings for making various adjustments

20 Intel GigE NIC Card in notebook computer achieves FPS with model UI5480SE-M-GL The pixel clock, frames per second and exposure settings for this example are shown below At the bottom of the window notice the frames, displayed frames and failed frames on the far right the frames per second are displayed

21 Intel GigE NIC Card after 1 hour no failed frames at FPS with model UI5480SE-M-GL


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