Vicon IX 2000 L Product specifications

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VICON INDUSTRIES INC., 89 ARKAY DRIVE, HAUPPAGE, NEW YORK 11788
TEL: 631-952-CCTV (2288) FAX: 631-951-CCTV (2288) TOLL FREE: 800-645-9116
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Installation&
Operation Manual
IX 2000 L, IX 2000 H
Colour Camera
Dear Customer!
By selecting this VICON product you have chosen a professional device which
guarantees highest possible quality and reliability. We like to thank you very much for
your confidence in our products and kindly ask you to read the following instructions
carefully before commissioning the product in order to be able to take full advantage
of all quality features regarding this product line.
Contents
Page
General Information
¨ Safety Precautions
¨ Accessories and Additional Devices
3
3
Mounting the Camera
¨ Mounting the Camera to a Wall Mount
4
Commissioning the Camera
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Tips for Camera Location
Adjustment of Back Focus
Calibration of ES/DC- Lenses
Focusing the Camera Lens
Circuit points and operation
Lens mounting and connection
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6
6
7
8
9
Exhibit
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Troubleshooting
Technical Specifications
Cleaning and Care
Technical Support
Notes
Shipping Instructions
10
11
12
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GENERAL INFORMATION
General Information
Safety Precautions
* Read these instructions carefully before commissioning the camera in order to
avoid damages caused by improper installation or use.
* Installation may only be carried out by authorised personnel according to the local
safety regulations.
* Operate the camera with the designated voltage only.
* Follow the safety instructions attached to the camera.
* Never use the camera for other purposes than designated.
* Repairs and adjustments at the camera may only be carried out by authorised
personnel.
* In case of ourdoor use you have to install the camera in a suitable weather
protection case incl. heating element.
* If any liquid or solid matter should get into the housing, disconnect the camera
from power supply and have it checked by your authorised dealer before re-using
(danger of electronic shock!).
* Do not disassemble the camera. To avoid electric shocks, never remove screws or
covers. There are no user-serviceable parts inside it. All maintenance may only be
carried out by authorised personnel according to the local safety regulations.
Install the camera by a least height of 2.30 m.
Composition:
1.
Auto
Lens
1. Iris
Auto
IrisPlug
Lens Plug
2.
Remote Plug
3.
2. Inbus Schlüssel
L-Wrench
4.
C-Mount
AdapterAdapter
3. C-Mount
5.
Instruction Manual
4.
Bedienungsanleitung
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MOUNTING THE CAMERA
Mounting the Camera
Mounting the Camera to a Wall Mount
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COMMISSIONING THE CAMERA
Commissioning the Camera
Tips for Camera Location
1.0 To avoid internal overheating:
- never expose the camera to direct sunlight without additional camera housing
- keep sufficient distance to direct heat sources.
2.0 Never install the camera at humid, oily or dusty locations without using an
additional housing. (without additional housing the camera is not suitable for
outdoor use!)
3.0 The camera should be installed out of reach (min. height: 2.30 m)
4.0 Do not aim the camera towards indoor lighting, the windows, the sunlight or the
sky (to get good pictures, camera and light should be aimed towards the object)
wrong
5.0 Reduce the picture detail to the
essential parts of the picture and place
the camera as close as possible to the
object (a smaller picture detail
guarantees sharper details).
6.0 Do not aim the camera towards a
window but instead towards the room.
7.0 Outdoors the camera should be
placed as high as possible so that the
horizon does not appear in the picture.
8.0 Avoid peak light as background (also
caused by reflections, e.g. window
panes).
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COMMISSIONING THE CAMERA
Adjustment of Back Focus
This adjustment should only be carried out, if the lens cannot be focused properly
using the lens focus ring. For such a case proceed as follows:
1 Loosen the Allan head screw with the
attached Allan head key. For large distances,
turn the focus ring of the lens almost (0.5 cm)
to the "endless" limit position. If you need to
focus an object near the camera, turn the
focus ring of the lens to a position 1cm before
the "near" limit position.
Locking screws
2 Use the back focus adjustment screw to adjust the distance between lens and
CCD chip until the picture is in focus. Then fix the Allan head screw using the Allan
head key.
3 Finally, focus the picture using the lens focus ring.
Adjustment of ES / DC Lenses
To adjust a lens with automatic iris (DC driven or video driven) to the camera, please
proceed as follows:
1. Turn the level potentiometer (position: ES lenses at the lens itself, DC lenses: at
the camera) to the max. position H (turn right). The monitor picture then appears
to be too bright.
2. Slowly turn the level potentiometer back until the monitor picture appears to be
perfect and is not too bright anymore. Then turn the potentiometer back to the
right (in direction "H") just a little bit.
3. Check the lens performance by using the camera under different and/or changing
light conditions.
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COMMISSIONING THE CAMERA
Focusing the Camera Lens
After you have selected the correct picture detail you have to adjust the lens focus.
The focus adjustment needs to be done with the iris fully open, since the camera has
the smallest depth of focus in this position. If the focus adjustment was not done with
the iris completely open, the picture would be sharp during the day but slowly getting
out of focus the more the light disappears. To fully open the lens, use a grey filter in
front of the lens, provided you are using a lens with automatic iris. Adjust the focus
while the iris is fully open using the lens focus ring. Make sure the most important
picture details are in optimum focus (use a service monitor). If it is not possible to
bring the picture into focus, please adjust the back focus of the camera as described
above.
If you intend to use I.R. illumination at a later stage, you must use an I.R. pass filter
together with the grey filter during focus adjustment to ensure that only I.R. light will
get through to the camera chip and the focus adjustment is done according to this
spectrum, only. Attention: I.R. light can only be used in combination with mono
cameras, not colour cameras!
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CIRCUIT POINTS AND OPERATION
Circuit points and operation
Rear view
12V DC / 24V AC Model
ATW // Hold:
ATW: Auto tracking white balance,
adjust automatically
Hold: the momentary colour value will
be stored
BLC :
Backlight on / off
AGC:
AGC on / off
AES // AI:
AES: autom. electr. Shutter
AI:
autom. Iris
DC // Video:
Change-over between steered video
and steered DC lenses, if the AI
function is activated
Rear view
230 V AC Model
L-Lock // Int:
Change-over between internal
synchronisation and linelock. This
function is not availably with 12 V DC!
V- Phase:
Linelock phase setting
DC Level:
Shutter setting with DC lenses
PL:
Power signal
AC24V / DC 12V:
Power connection, the polarity with 12V
DC makes no difference
230V AC:
Mains voltage connecting lead
VIDEO OUT:
Videoexit to the monitor etc.
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CIRCUIT POINTS AND OPERATION
Lens mounting and connection
connection of AI lenses:
1.
2.
3.
4.
connection of DC lenses:
+8,5 V
not connected
control signal
GND
1.
2.
3.
4.
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control –
control +
drive +
GND
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Exhibit
Troubleshooting
Error
Cause
No picture
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No operating voltage (check red LED)
Coaxial connection interrupted (check video cable)
The picture is noisy
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Insufficient light
The lens drive of the used lens (DC / AI) is not
properly adjusted to the camera (level too low)
The picture is too bright
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The lens drive of the used lens (DC / AI) is not
properly adjusted to the camera (level too high)
Too much peak light; change camera location or
activate backlight function of the camera
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The picture is not sharp
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Focus not adjusted properly
Back focus not adjusted properly
When used outdoors: heater defective; front pane of
camera housing gets steamy
The picture is distorted
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Different GND potentials between camera and
monitor; use opto coupler (e.g. VPT from videotronic)
Bad connections
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Wrong 75 W termination
Shield of video cable interrupted
Ghost image
Synchronisation of cameras does not work properly
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No or bad linelock connection between camera (12
V/DC version) and power adapter
Mains plug twisted; turn the mains plug by 180° to
change the linelock phase
Please contact your authorised dealer with an exact failure description if none of the
above remedy measures fixes your problem.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Technical Specifications
Model
CCD SENSOR
IXion 2000L
IXion 2000H
1/3“ Interline Exview HAD CCD
MAX. Pixel
470.000
Effective Pixels
440.000
752(H) x 582(V)
Reolution
480 TV-Lines
Sensitivity
0,1 Lux / F1.2
Enhancer (H- and V- Aperture)
yes
Gamma Correction
0,45
Auto Shutter
1/50 ~ 1/100.000 sek.
Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR)
> 48 dB
AGC
Synchronisation
36 dB (max.)
Intern. (12V DC)
Linelock (24V AC)
Backlight compensation
On / Off
White Balance
ATW / Hold
Video output signal
Composite: 1VSS, 75 W
Signal system
Power source
Power consumption
Operating Temperature
PAL, 625 lines
12V DC
100 ~ 240VAC
24V AC
1,5W
5W
2,5W
-10°C ~ +50°C (recommended -5°C ~ +40°C)
Lens Mount
C- / CS Mount
Lenses
Connection
Linelock
DC / Video / Manuell
screws / BNC
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Line cord / BNC
65 x 65 x 125 mm
Weight
~ 540 g
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CLEANING AND CARE
Cleaning and Care
Before you start to clean the camera body, disconnect the unit from power supply.
For reasons of electrical safety never clean the camera with water or other liquid
matters and never put the camera under water. To clean use a soft dry cloth.
Cleaning the camera inside is strictly forbidden and may only be done by your
authorised dealer.
Since all camera functions are self adjusting and the camera does not contain any
parts or components that are subject to wear we advise you not to open the camera
(except for the flap for settings), unless the camera appears to be defective.
Make sure to include these instructions when handing the camera over to third
parties.
Technical Support
Should you have any problems during installation you can reach our Technical
Hotline under the following telephone number: +44 (0) 1489 - 566 300.
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NOTES
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NOTES
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SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS
Shipping Instructions:
Use the following procedure when returning a unit to the factory:
1. Call or write Vicon for a Return Authorization (R.A.) at one of the locations listed
below. Record the name of the Vicon employee who issued the R.A.
Vicon Industries Inc.
89 Arkay Drive
Hauppage, NY 11788
Phone: 631-952-CCTV (2288); Toll Free: 1-800-645-9116
Fax:
631-951-CCTV (2288)
For service or returns from countries in Europe, contact:
Vicon Europe Ltd:
Brunel Way
Fareham, PO 15 5TX
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0) 1489 566 300
Fax:
+44 (0) 1489 566 322
2. Attach a sheet of paper to the unit with the following information:
a. Name and address of th ecompany returning the unit
b. Name of the Vicon employee who issued the R.A.
c. R.A. number
d. Brief description of the installation
e. Complete description of the problem and circumstances under which it
occurs
f. Unit’s original date of purchase, if still under warranty
3. Pack the unit carefully. Use the original shipping carton or ist equivalent for
maximum protection.
4. Mark the R.A. number on the outside of the carton on the shipping label.
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Vicon Industries Inc.
Corporate Headquarters
89 Arkay Drive
Hauppage, New York 11788
631-952-CCTV (2288) 800-645-9116
Fax: 631-951-CCTV (2288)
Vicon Europe
Headquarters
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Fareham, PO 15 5TX
United Kingdom
+44 (0) 1489 566300
Fax: +44 (0) 1489 566322
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Belgium
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