I’m currently in the process of building my own 35 mm-scanner from an existing projector. Here are a few specs:
Projector: Kinoton FP 30 D
Sensor: FLIR Blackfly S BFS-U3-70S7C-C
Lens: Schneider Componon-S 2.8/50 mm
Light-Source: Self-build from a YUJI High CRI 95+ COB LED
Software for capturing: Spinnaker / SpinView
The build is in an early stage so far, but I already managed to capture some first shots. They’re over-exposed due to some wrong Gamma-settings, but I was very happy with them for a first start though:
The next step is to get the sensor triggered so it knows when a frame is in front of the lens and when it has to take a picture. I’m using a Honeywell SS443A Hall Effect Sensor and a Neodymium-magnet, but I’m currently a bit lost with how to connect it.
This is what the Installation Guide says:
So if I get it right I have to connect the red wire to the Hall Effect Sensor, but I have no idea if it’s just the red one or anything else and if there are resistors necessary. My knowledge with this is extremely limited and I don’t want to damage the camera with over-voltage or something just because I connected it wrong to the Hall Effect Sensor.
Can anyone here please help me to get it connected the correct way?
Thanks in advance!