United Vision Solutions Eagle Vision EV-VS Technical data

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10 Center St. , Chicopee, MA 01013, USA
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Products & Solutions
Eagle Vision EV3000-D IR
Dual camera system for 24/7 surveillance
Stainless Steel 316L enclosure and Pan/Tilt
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System Highlights
Day/Night Camera
Thermal Imager Tri-FOV
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7.5-13.5μ Uncooled
320x240 VOx
2X Electronic Zoom
100 mm lenses
Pan/Tilt resolution
High performance, brushless,
maintenance-free step motors
provide very precise, extremely
effective motion control
with preset and 0-360
degree endless rotation
CCTV software with TCP/IP
– Full control of Thermal / Day-Night /
Pan/Tilt
– Using standard Protocol Pelco-D
- SDK software librarym for developing
Control Softwware locally
Video Stabilizer
– Digital Real Time Video Stabilization
– Sharp details for high quality video
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1/2” High-Resolution EMCCD
0.00025 Lux Minimum Illumination
Lens 10-300mm
Reproduces full colour, full motion
images in starlight conditions
Sensor Platform
– Heavy Duty, Stabilized Pan/Tilt
– Stainless Steel Enclosure,
- Explosive-proof
This product can be used where the
explosive gas can be produced such
as petroleum refining factory, Petro
chemistry, Chemical Synthesis Plant
and Power plant and it is apt to be
corroded in salt such as shore or ship
due to its material Stainless Steel 316
against corrosion.
Unique Features
Automatic Target Tracking
The Automatic Track system is an intelligent controller that drives
PTZ cameras to track automatically objects in motion and zoom
on them, without manual intervention and without an operator.
In a context of standalone recording for security purposes, video
sequences captured in tracking mode have much more chances
to capture detailed, useful images of significant events.
The Automatic Track system enables to fully exploit the possibilities
of a PTZ camera, without an operator.
System Features
Forming part of the “Eagle Vision Camera” EVST series of fully
stainless steel camera housig, and PT units, the EVST stainless steel
range has been designed to offer an extremely reliable, robust and
high quality surveillance solution for security applications that
demand the very best performance, regardless of the installed
environment. Precision engineered to exacting standards, the
range o ers numerous benefits over the use of long range lenses
and PTZ cameras with a range of options available to ensure a
best-fit solution is achieved.
• Fastest long-range lens available today .
• Most cost-effective format imager for clear, sharp image resolution
• Ethernet addressable, for complete flexibility to solve any security problem
• Simple GUI software allows for quick, foolproof changes to viewing parameters
• Universal mount capability: open software architecture is capable of supporting
most Pan/Tilt controls
• Joystick Control with simple single hand motions
• Pre-sets: Simple entry GUI format for establishing up to 100 pre-set positions
• Tours: Up to 32 tours with 32 pre-sets per tour
• CCTV Control: Serial control of all peripheral • devices in one system
• IP controllability: Easy set up and operation via wired/wireless Ethernet control
• Visible Camera Control: Serial control of all peripheral devices in one system
Day Camera Module
Image sensor
Active P ixels
1/2” EMCCD night vision camera
658 x 496 P ixel
319 k Pixel
Filter
Resolution
shutter Speed
Synchronisation
Min. Illumination
Signal/Noise ratio
Color : 560 TV Lines B/W : 700 TV Lines
Manual (OF F, 1/60, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000)
Internal / Line Lock
0.000004 Lux
50 dB
White balance
Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
IRIS Control
ATW/One Push WB/MANUAL
OF F, 0 dB to 18 dB (1 dB S tep S electable)
DC / Video
optical zoom module
Lens
Zoom
Angle of view
Zoom/Focus/IRIS
Motorized lenses with focal 10-300mm
motorized zoom 30X
from 43.6º (WIDE end) to 1.5º (TELE end)
Motorized Zoom, and Focus
Option Auto-Focus
Auto video IRIS
Mechanical
Drive unit
Pan angle
Pan speed
Tilt angle
Tilt speed
Speed control
Preset accuracy
FeedBack
Integral pan/tilt motor drive
0-350° (continuous rotation is option)
0.1° to 50° per second
-70° to +25°
0.1° to 25° per second
Closed loop electronics
Better than 0.08°
Option
Physical
Construction material
Viewing window
Standard colours
Stainless steel (no colour options)
Dimensions
Weight
200Kg
Environmental
Operational temperature
Explosive-proof
Thermal Camera Module
IR detector/sensor
Picture elements
Lens
Spectral Range
Control Operation
Electrical
Input voltage
Power consumption
Connectivity
Video
Telemetry
Power
Long Life, Uncooled VOx Microbolometer
320x240
100mm 7° x 5°
7.5 to 13.5 μm
Communication & Protocols
Communication
Control protocol
Choice from 115V AC, 230V AC, 24VA (DC for solar power)
480 W max (two cameras system)
Available Options
Co-axial via composite cable
Twisted pair. Simplex, half and full duplex operation
via composite cable
Via composite cable
Camera module
Camera colour system
Installed protocol
Telemetry control interface
Window wiper
Washer
Water tank
Heater
Mounting
Cabling
One or two camera system
Grade 316 stainless steel
-25°C to +55°C (coated with solar paint)
IP66
Exd IIC T5
RS485 / RS422 or TCP/IP
Pelco-D protocol
IR camera cooled, uncooled, and day camera
NTSC or PAL
Pelco-D protocol
RS422 or TCP/IP
Optional, 10 ltrs or 25 ltrs
Custom kits for pole, tower, and side building
Composite cable, UTP, or Fiber Optics
Eagle Vision Surveillance System
Highlights
Hi-Resolutions Color Camera at day time.
Thermal Imaging at dark and bad weather.
Stainless Steel Enclosure for ultimate protection.
Stainless Steel Pan/Tilt unit, with precise step rotation 0.1 degree.
Low power Consumption, perfect choice when solar power is required.
Long Range wireless using Hi-tech codec system.
Stander Pelco D-Protocol to integrate with any off-shelf CCTV products.
Selection of the EV3000 series is the lowest risk choice for user required 24/7 surveillance system, EV’s
mature design, broadly accepted performance advantages, and UVS’s proven integration capability.
Eagle vision Systems offers a very low schedule risk based on current production capacity, inventory and
vertical integration. Low life-cycle cost and logistical experience also make Eagle Vision the low-risk
choice, with its commitment to a carefully implemented, long-term support program. UVS’s unique
vertical integration insures that we can provide critical replacement components and servicing faster and
at lower prices than other suppliers who depend on third parties.
TECHNICAL DATA
The EV3000-D IR model is a self-contained day and thermal imaging system, the EV-ST IR camera which
detects radiation in the 7.5 to 13.5 µm infrared band. Th e EV-ST is capable of target discrimination and
recognition in total darkness or through daylight obscurants and was designed for short- or long-term
stationary surveillance applications. The EV3000-D IR model imager is contained in an environmentally
sealed stainless steel enclosure permitting deployment in severe climatic and weather conditions. Its FOV
(Field-of-View) lens and low power consumption is ideal for use in field operations. The EV3000’s
Hi-resolution color camera brings sharp, crispy images around the clock, combined with AC or DC power
sources and remote control capability, makes it well suited for long-range surveillance applications
requiring remote operation.
PROPRIETARY
The information contained in this document is proprietary and/or restricted. Diversion contrary to US law is prohibited. This document and data disclosed herein or herewith is
not to be reproduced, used, or disclosed in whole or in part to anyone without the written permission of United Vision Solutions.
WARNING: This document contains technical data whose export is restricted by the Arms Export Control Act (Title 22, U>S>C Sec 2751, et esq) or the Export Administration
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Delivering outstanding imaging performance, advanced features of the EV3000-D IR model include:
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320 x 240 Pixel Long Life, Uncooled VOx Microbolometer
Digita l Detail Enhancement (DDE) for optimal image quality
Ruggedized weatherproof Stainless Steel environmental enclosure
High durability coated front lens
Lens defroster
100mm lenses 7° FOV
2x digital zoom
Internal NUC paddle
Freeze frame
Color or Monochrome video output
Auto gain and level control
The EV3000-D IR model is UVS Systems’ next generation imager benefiting from unique developments
aimed at mproving signal processing and imaging performance. Using High Resolution Video Processor
(HRVP) generates the EV3000-D IR model’s high quality images and long-range performance.
This multi-layer PCB (printed circuit card) is a unique feature and provides the user with an advanced
suite of capabilities including:
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Advanced digital signal processing with temporal noise filters
True multi-mode sensitivity (user selectable for hot or cold scenes)
Histogram equalization
Digital zoom
Color palettes
Freeze frame
The EV3000-D IR model imager also includes easily accessible and automated image processing software
that automatically adjusts contrast and brightness levels for the scenes being viewed, simplifying operation
by the agent. For more specialized situations, operators can choose between different sensitivity levels in the
IR imaging system depending on the environmental conditions that affect the thermal contrast of people
and vehicles under observation.
PROPRIETARY
The information contained in this document is proprietary and/or restricted. Diversion contrary to US law is prohibited. This document and data disclosed herein or herewith is
not to be reproduced, used, or disclosed in whole or in part to anyone without the written permission of United Vision Solutions.
WARNING: This document contains technical data whose export is restricted by the Arms Export Control Act (Title 22, U>S>C Sec 2751, et esq) or the Export Administration
Act of 1979, as amended (title 50, U.S.C., app 2401et seq.). Violators of these Export laws are subject to severe criminal penalties.
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Day/Night CCTV Camera System
EXTREME LOW LIGHT COLOUR VIDEO CAMERA
FEATURE
Achieves sensitivity
0.00025 Lux Minimum Illumination
and dynamic range in
50 dB S/N Ratio
excess of current
Provides industry leading sharpness
in ALL light conditions
Generates new electrons dramatically
increasing sensitivity at very fast
speeds without the common readout
noise of traditional CCD
Adaptive Recursive Noise Reduction
Reduces CCD output bu er noise in
low light conditions
cameras and provides
near total darkness!
Reproduces full colour, full motion
images in starlight conditions
Electron Multiplying CCD (EMCCD)
generation night-vision
full colour at 30 FPS in
BENEFIT
Peltier Cooled CCD
Maintains constant temperature of
CCD to maximize low light
performance
EXTREME LOW LIGHT COLO UR VIDEO CAMERA
I ma ge S e ns or
A c tive P ix e ls
E ective Picture Element
Video Output Signal
L e ns M o u nt
S Y N C S ys te m
R e s olution
Minimum Illumination
S /N R a tio ( N T S C )
W hite B a la nc e
I R I S C ontrol
E le c tric S hutte r
G A IN
Charge Multiplication GAIN (CMG)
Backlight Compensation
F ra me R a te
C a me ra C ontrol
P owe r S upply
P owe r C ons umption
Operating Temperature
H umidity
W e ight
D ime ns ions
E mis s ion S ta nda rd
W a rra nty
WHAT IS EMCCD?
Electronic multiplying architecture
di ers from traditional CCD technology in that a gain register is
inserted between the end of the
shift register and the output amplier. The gain register has two
phases with independent electrodes, each holding a di erent
voltage potential. The resultant
intense electric eld causes the
electrons to undergo impact
ionization. This generates new
electrons that manifest themselves
as dramatically increased sensitivity at very fast speeds without the
common readout noise of traditional CCDs. The result is virtually
noiseless 30 FPS full color in
near total darkness .
1 /2 inc h C C D
6 5 8 x 4 9 6 P ix e l
319 k Pixel
VBS (NTSC:BNC), Y/C
C Mount ( L e ns N ot I nc lude d W ith C a me ra )
I nte rna l
420 T V L (N T S C O U T )
0.001 Lux (F1.2 CMG x 1000, AGC 12 dB, White 50%)
0.00025 Lux (F1.2 CMG x 1000, AGC 12 dB, White 10%)
0.000004 Lux (256 x long term exposure*, AGC O , White 10%)
5 0 dB
AT W /O ne P us h W B /MA N U A L
A uto I ris L e ns ( E E /D C )
Ma nua l ( O F F, 1 /6 0 , 1 /1 0 0 , 1 /2 5 0 , 1 /5 0 0 , 1 /1 0 0 0 , 1 /2 0 0 0 )
O F F, 0 dB to 1 8 dB ( 1 dB S te p S e le c ta ble )
x 1000 approximately (maximum)
7-Mode Selectable, 16 Area Photometry
3 0 F ra me s P e r S e c ond
R S -2 3 2 C ( D s ub-9 p)
12 V D C
A t 7 7 ° F : 6 wa tts , A t 1 0 4 ° F : 1 2 wa tts
14 °F to 113 °F
9 0 % Ma x imum
1 5 . 8 oz ( 4 5 0 g)
2. 28” (W ) x 2. 3” (H ) x 5. 24” (D )
F C C C la s s A
O ne Y e a r L imite d W a rra nty
*Slow Shutter
APPLICATIONS
Suggested applications for
the camera:
• Military
• Bio Science
• Scienti c
• Non-Destructive Testing
• Extreme Low Light
Underwater Video
• Realism Broadcast TV
• Mine & Safety Inspection
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CCTV LENSES DAY & NIGHT
30x Motorized Zoom
10-300mm
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Important Notice
The manual is organized into two main sections, section A describes the system components, system
installation, and section B describes system operation.
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United Vision solutions, Co. Warranty Policy
United Vision solutions, Co. warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for 365 days from the date of shipment to the customer.
Other items such as
accessories purchased for resale with minor modifications may carry a shorter warranty. During
the warranty period, United Vision solutions, Co will, at its option, either repair or replace any
products found to be defective.
This warranty will not apply to defects resulting from misuse, repair by unauthorized persons, or
where the product is not installed and used in accordance with the instructions provided by
United Vision solutions, Co. This warranty is void if the product has been altered or modified in
any manner by unauthorized persons.
Under the limited warranty, the customer is responsible for the shipping and any other charges
incurred in sending the product to the authorized service center specified by United Vision
Solutions, Co.; and United Vision Solutions, Co. will pay for the return of the product to the
customer. The turnaround time on repairs will normally be ten working days or less.
All warranty repairs must be performed at an authorized United Vision Solutions, Co. service
center using recommended replacement spare parts. No other warranty, expressed or implied,
other than those specifically stated above are the responsibility of United Vision Solutions, Co.
In no event shall United Vision Solutions, Co. be held responsible for incidental or
consequential damages.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS, OR ADEQUACY FOR ANY
PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE. UNITED VISION SOLUTIONS, CO. SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE.
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Safety Summary
This manual describes processes that may cause in ury or death to personnel,
or damage to equipment if not properly followed. This safety summary
includes general safety precautions and instructions that must be understood
and applied during operation and maintenance to ensure personnel safety and
protection of equipment. Prior to performing any tas , the
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WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, NOTES
WARNING
sed to indicate a location, equipment or system where a potential ha ard
exists capable of producing in ury to personnel if approved procedure is not
followed.
CAUTION
sed to indicate an operating or maintenance procedure, practice, condition,
statement, etc., which, if not strictly observed, could result in damage to or
destruction of equipment or loss of mission effectiveness or long term health
ha ards to personnel.
NOTE: Used to indicate an essential operating or maintenance procedure,
condition, or statement.
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Installation’s Manual
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1. Introduction
2. EV3000-D Specifications
3. EV3000-D installation Notes
4. EV3000-D Drawing
5. EV3000-D wiring
6. EV3000-D Enclosure Wiring
7. EV3000-D Protocol & Control command list
8. EV3000-D Address & Baud rate Setting
9. Warranty
10. Appendix
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1. Introduction
The EV3000-D is an Explosion Proof Type Pan Tilt Driver & Camera System
with two Cameras and Camera Control Unit.
The 1st camera is infrared (IR) camera intended for use during dark or night time,
as a long range thermal imaging surveillance system and the other is Day/Night
camera plus zoom lens.
This product can be used where the explosive gas can be produced such as
petroleum refining factory, Petro chemistry, Chemical Synthesis Plant and
Power plant and it is apt to be corroded in salt such as shore or ship due to its
material Stainless Steel 316 against corrosion.
And this product is used in border surveillance for military, police, emergency
services incorporating thermal imager.
The remote-control unit can rotate this product vertically or horizontally through
the built-in receiver.
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2. Specifications
A- Thermal Camera
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Eagle Vision Surveillance Camera Sysytem that Never Sleeps
With its built-in night vision Electron Multiplying CCD the Eagle Vision has a light sensitivity that
is more than 100 times better than average. The fact that this camera has been selected as the
solution for the unmanned surveillance needs of military front lines proves its capability.
The Eagle Vision can detect and distinguish a moving subject from over 400m (approx. 440yds) away in
a pitch-dark environment, and send the image to a military command center for immediate response.
PECIFICATIONS
# Power Source : 12V DC (±10%)
# Power Consumption: Max. 1.2A
# Total Pixels: 680(H) x 500(V)
# Effective Pixels: 658(H) x 496(V)
# Scanning System : 2 : 1 Interlace ~ 525 Lines / 60 Fields / 30 Frames
# Synchronization: Internal / Line lock selectable
# Scanning Frequency: Horizontal : 15,734KHz / Vertical : 59.94H
# Resolution: Color : 450TV lines (Min.) / B/W : 470TV lines (Min.)
# Video Output: 1.0Vp-p / 75?(Video 0.714Vp-p, Sync 0.286Vp-p)
# S / N Ratio (Y signal): 50dB (AGC off, Weight on)
# Min. Illumination : 0.008Lux @ F1.2 (Normal color mode) 0.0005Lux @ F1.2
(B/W mode) 0.00006Lux @ F1.2 (Sens-up mode)
# Back Light Compensation : Low / Middle / High / Off selectable
# Day & Night : Color / B/W / Auto selectable (ICR filter change) /
EXT (External Day & Night mode control capability via terminal at the back panel)
# Gain Control : Low / High / Off selectable
# White Balance : ATW / AWC / Manual selectable (1800°K ~ 10,500°K)
# Electronic shutter speed : A.FLK / Manual (1/60, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1,000, 1/1,600, 1/2,000sec)
# Sens-Up : On / Off (Selectable limit ~ 128X)
# O.S.D :Built-in
# Motion Detection : On / Off selectable (Built-in alarm output connector)
# SSNR : Low / Middle / High / Off selectable
# Privacy Function : On / Off selectable (4 Programmable zone)
# Communication : RS-485
# Iris Control : DC / Video
# Lens Mount : CS-mount (Easy focus type) (C-mount is mountable by using adaptor)
# Operating Temperature : -10°C ~ +60°C
# Operating Humidity : 20 ~ 90% RH
# Dimension : 375(W) x 565(H) x 628(L)mm
# Weight :30kg
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Electrical
Power Source
100 to 240 VAC 50-60 Hz
On from Standby
3 seconds
External Supply
12 Vdc, 3 Amps
Physical
Weight, Imaging Head
Dimensions (nominal)
22 lbs (10 kg)
L x Diameter
Inches
22 x 9
Cm
56 x 13.5
Operating Temp
-32°C to +55°C
Storage Temp
-46°C to +71°C
Environmental
Fully ruggedized per MIL-STD 810E
Tripod Mountable
Yes
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C- Pan/Tilt and Enclosure
Materials
Stainless steel 316L
Enclosure
Wiper
Pressurized rugged fill with Dry Nitrogen which
prevents condensation inside the tube
24 VAC wipers, one for each enclosure
Washer
Pump with 10 ltr water tank
Rotating angle
Pan 0°to 360°/ Tilt -90°to +90°±5°
Rotating speed
Pan :0.1°~ 6°/sec, Tilt :0.1°~ 3°/sec Max
Motor
Step motor (DC 24V/6A, Pan 96W / Tilt 96W)
Power Supply
AC 110 / 220 VAC
Temperature
-25
Weight
About 70 kg
Preset
Interface
Receiver address
Baud rate
000~127(128 Presets)
RS-422
000~254(255 Addresses)
Selectable by DIP switch among 2400,4800, &9600
BPS
[Default : 2400BPS]
PELCO-D (8 Data,1 stop, No parity)
1)Thermal camera : Controlled by RS-422
2)Day/night camera : Zoom-in/out, Focus-near/far
1)Two wipers
(Thermal camera and Day/night camera side)
2)One Pump
1)Thermal camera : BNC & SVIDEO (4Pin din
connector)
2)Day/night camera : BNC
Protocol
Camera & Lens
Control
AUX Control
Video
to +50
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3. EV3000-D installation Notes
Before operation the unit, you must read this user’s Manual thoroughly and
retain it for future reference.
Before cleaning the unit, you must remove it from the wall or bracket.
You must clean it with a wet cloth. Never use liquid cleanser.
Enough space must be ensured to installation of this P/T and never rotate
PAN/TILT housing forcibly without driving by remote controller.
Be careful not to put this unit on an unstable stand, tripod, shelf, or Table.
Do not leave the unit in a location near heat sources or humidifier.
Be careful of electric overload on the electric terminal or extension cable,
otherwise there can be risk of permanent damage.
You must stop operation this unit and never connect the connector of the
cable to the unit in case of the following situations.
z
z
z
z
In case of the control cable being damaged.
When any liquid or unfavorable materials fall into the unit.
When the unit doesn’t work properly according to the instruction.
When the unit fell down or the P/T was damaged.
You must make an expert examine the accessories whether they have the
same specific character when you need replacement of them.
You must install AC24V power source near the EV3000-D (within 10m)
Otherwise The EV3000-D will probably malfunction due to AC voltage
drop or critical noise etc.
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4. EV3000-D Drawing
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5. EV3000-D Wiring:
1) AC 24V Power Connection Terminals (Use AWG16 or 18 Wire)
-AC24V POWER
-AC24V COM
2) Earth Terminal
-CONNECT EARTH LINE TO ࠰ Terminal
2) Thermal camera Video Connection Terminals
-THERMAL VIDEO (BNC)
-THERMAL SVIDEO (4-PIN DIN CONNECTOR)
3) Day/night camera Video Connection Terminal
-DAY/NIGHT VIDEO (BNC)
4) RS422 Data Communication line Connection Terminals
-TX+ (FROM EV3000-D TO OUTSIDE CONTROLLER or PC)
-TX- (FROM EV3000-D TO OUTSIDE CONTROLLER or PC)
-RX+ (FROM OUTSIDE CONTROLLER or PC TO EV3000-D)
-RX- (FROM OUTSIDE CONTROLLER or PC TO EV3000-D
-SHIELD: NO CONNECTION or CONNECT SHIELD WIRE OF
OUTSIDE RS-422 DATA COMMUNICATION LINES
5) Pump Connection Terminals: Connect to DC24V+, DC24V- Terminals
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6. EV3000-D Enclosure Wiring
6-1.Thermal camera connection at thermal camera terminal
TERMINAL
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
SIGNAL NAME
FUNCTION
GND_IR
GND_IR
GND_IR
GND_IR
VDC+_IR
12V DC SUPPLY RETURN FOR IR CAMERA
12V DC SUPPLY RETURN FOR IR CAMERA
12V DC SUPPLY RETURN FOR IR CAMERA
12V DC SUPPLY RETURN FOR IR CAMERA
12V DC FOR IR CAMERA\
VDC+_IR
VDC+_IR
VDC+_IR
NONE
RS422EN
12V DC FOR IR CAMERA
12V DC FOR IR CAMERA
12V DC FOR IR CAMERA
NONE
RS-422 ENABLE
GROUND REFERENCE FOR THE SERIAL
GNDD
COMM. LINES
GND_SHASSIS CHASSIS GROUND
RXD1_422+
RS-422 RECEIVE+(FROM 804D TO CAMERA)
RXD1_422RS-422 RECEIVE-( FROM 804D TO CAMERA)
TXD1_422+
RS-422 TRANSMIT+(FROM CAMERA TO 804D)
TXD1_422RS-422 TRANSMIT-(FROM CAMERA TO 804D)
NONE
NONE
NONE
S-VIDEO SHIELD WIRE(Not used)
SVIDEO_GND
S-VIDEO LUMINANCE GND
SVIDEO_GND
S-VIDEO CHROMINANCE GND
SVIDEO_Y
S-VIDEO LUMINANCE
SVIDEO_C
S-VIDEO CHROMINANCE
RS170GND
COMPOSITE VIDEO GND
CVIDEO_1
COMPOSITE VIDEO
GND_DF
GROUND RETURN FOR DEFROSTER
GND_DF
GROUND RETURN FOR DEFROSTER
GND_DF
GROUND RETURN FOR DEFROSTER
GND_DF
GROUND RETURN FOR DEFROSTER
GND_DF
GROUND RETURN FOR DEFROSTER
GND_DF
GROUND RETURN FOR DEFROSTER
VDC+_DF
DC 12V SUPPLY FOR DEFROSTER
VDC+_DF
DC 12V SUPPLY FOR DEFROSTER
VDC+_DF
DC 12V SUPPLY FOR DEFROSTER
VDC+_DF
DC 12V SUPPLY FOR DEFROSTER
VDC+_DF
DC 12V SUPPLY FOR DEFROSTER
VDC+_DF
DC 12V SUPPLY FOR DEFROSTER
Please connect lead wires from thermal camera correctly to these terminals.
Otherwise,Electronic devices in EV3000-D receiver may be damaged.
PIN
NAME
a
e
s
t
M
N
h
i
p
A
K
n
T
B
W
u
H
v
J
F
b
C
X
m
q
CC
DD
S
k
AA
BB
FF
HH
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6-2 Day/night camera connection at Day/night camera terminal
SIGNAL NAME
DC 12V +
DC 12V ZOOM+
ZOOMFOCUS+
FOCUSPRESET PRESET ZOOM
PRESET +
PRESET FOCUS
FUNCTION
DC 12V CAMERA POWER
DC 12V CAMERA POWER RETURN
ZOOM MOTOR+
ZOOM MOTORFOCUS MOTOR+
FOCUS MOTORDC 5V POTENTIOMETER POWER RETURN
ZOOM_PRESET
DC 5V LENS POTENTIOMETER POWER
FOCUS_PRESET
Camera & lens will be mounted on a bracket with connection PCB as below.
1
1
1
4
6
1
7
7
6
12
EV 000 D
12
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36-pin connection terminals in thermal camera enclosure
(only 33 terminals are used)
a. “D” of 36-pin Terminals means down-side(lower-side) 12 ea of
terminals(Terminal No.1~12).
You can find that Pin No.9 is empty (Not connected) on above Fig 1.
b. “UP” of 36-pin Terminals means up-side(upper-side) 12 ea of
Terminals(Terminal No.13~24).
You can find that Pin No.17 is empty (Not connected) on above Fig 1.
c.”SIGNAL NAME,FUNCTION, & PIN NAME of the above 36-Pin Terminal
Description Table is same as the pin name of 55-pin system cable of thermal
camera manual.
d.”TERMINAL No.”of above 36-Pin Terminal Description Table is same as
Number of above Figure 1.
e.Don’t connect any lead wire to ” TERMINAL No. 18(SVIDEO SHIELD WIRE).
Because thermal Camera has no SVIDEO SHIELD terminal.
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7. EV3000-D Protocol & Control command list
ࣜऌमफरफटफनࣶࣜऌँईࣿऋࣩऀࣜࣜ
ࣜ
ࣾकऐँ࣭ࣜࣜ
ंंࣜ
ࣾकऐँ࣮ࣜࣜ
ࣽठठमडययࣜ
ࣾकऐँ࣯ࣜࣜ
ࣿफऩऩझपठ࣭ࣜ
ࣾकऐँࣰࣜࣜ
ࣿफऩऩझपठ࣮ࣜ
ࣾकऐँࣱࣜࣜ
ऀࣽऐ࣭ࣽࣜࣜ
ࣾकऐँࣲࣜࣜ
ऀࣽऐ࣮ࣽࣜࣜ
ࣾकऐँࣜࣳࣜ
ࣿतडटधयऱऩࣜ
ࣜ
࣭ࣥࣜऀझरझࣜࣿफऩऩऱपथटझरथफपࣜएबडडठࣶࣜएडनडटरझञनडࣜझऩफपणࣰࣰ࣮ࣜ࣬࣬ࣨࣜࣴ࣬࣬ࣨࣜझपठࣲࣜࣵ࣬࣬ࣜࣾऌएࣜ
ࣜࣜࣜࣤऀडढझऱनरࣜञझऱठࣜमझरडࣰࣶ࣮ࣜ࣬࣬ࣜࣾऌएࣥࣜ
࣮ࣥࣜࣾवरडࣜंफमऩझरࣶ࣭ࣜࣜएऐࣽऎऐࣨࣜࣴࣜऀࣽऐ࣭ࣽࣨࣜएऐऋऌࣜࣾअऐࣜ
࣮ࣥࣜऎडटडथलडमࣜࣽठठमडययࣜऎझपणडࣶࣜ࣬࣬࣬ऺࣰࣱ࣮ࣜ
ࣜࣜࣜࣤऀडढझऱनरࣜझठठमडययࣶ࣭ࣜ࣬࣬ࣥࣜ
ࣜ
Note:BitDefinitionofByte3 Bit 6 is used to select Camera Between "DAY/NIGHT" Camera with Lens and the thermal Camera.
If set to "1", the Camera is Selected to DAY/NIGHT Camera.
If set to "0", the Camera is Selected to "THERMAL" Camera.
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1.CommandListforEV3000ͲD(BasicformatisPELCOͲD): Command
u–G
1 Pan Left Command
EV3000-D
Response
Description
2
3
4
5
6
Pan
Right
Tilt Up
Tilt
Down
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
Byte7
00h
Checksum
00h
Checksum
P2
Checksum
P2
Checksum
P2
Checksum
P1
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P1 = 00h ~ 3Fh : Pan Speed
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
02h
P1
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P1 = 00h ~ 3Fh : Pan Speed
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
08h
00h
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P2 = 00h ~ 3Fh : Tilt Speed
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Pan
Command
Right &
Tilt Up
EV3000-D
Response
Description
04h
Byte6
u–•ŒG
Command
Pan Left Command
&
Tilt
Up
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Byte4 Byte5
Receiver
ID
00h
10h
00h
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P2 = 00h ~ 3Fh : Tilt Speed
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Ch
P1
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P1=00h~3Fh: Pan Speed ,P2 = 00h ~ 3Fh :
Tilt Speed
FFh
Receiver
00h
Checksum
0Ah
P1
P2
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P1=00h~3Fh: Pan Speed ,P2 = 00h ~ 3Fh :
Tilt Speed
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Command
u–G
7 Pan Left Command
&
Tilt
Down
EV3000-D
Response
Description
8
Pan
Command
Right &
Tilt
EV3000-D
Down
Response
Description
9
Pan/Tilt/
Zoom &
Focus
Stop at
camera 1
&
camera 2
10
11
12
Command
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Command
Zoom
Wide at
Camera
EV3000-D
1
Response
Description
Zoom
Command
Tele at
Camera
EV3000-D
1
Response
Description
Command
Wide
field of
view at EV3000-D
camera 2 Response
Description
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
Byte4 Byte5
14h
P1
Byte6
Byte7
P2
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P1=00h~3Fh: Pan Speed ,P2 = 00h ~ 3Fh :
Tilt Speed
FFh
Receiver
00h
Checksum
12h
P1
P2
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P1=00h~3Fh: Pan Speed ,P2 = 00h ~ 3Fh :
Tilt Speed
FFh
Receiver 00h or
Checksum
00h
00h
00h
ID
40h
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Pan, Tilt, Zoom and Focus driving will be
stopped at both camera 1 & camera 2 regardless of bit6 of Byte 3.
FFh
Receiver
ID
40h
40h
00h
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 1 is DAY/NIGHT Camera with Lens
(Set Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select Camera 1.)
FFh
Receiver
ID
40h
20h
00h
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 1 is DAY/NIGHT Camera with Lens
(Set Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select Camera 1.)
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
40h
00h
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
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Command
u–G
Command
13 Narrow
field of
view at EV3000-D
camera 2 Response
Description
14
15
16
17
18
Focus
Command
Far
at
Camera
EV3000-D
1
Response
Description
Command
Focus
Near at
Camera
EV3000-D
1
Response
Description
Focus
Near
(Increme
nts
IR
Focus
closer) at
camera 2
Focus
Far
(Increme
nts
IR
Focus
farther)
at
camera 2
Set
Preset
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
Byte4 Byte5
20h
00h
Byte6
Byte7
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
FFh
Receiver
ID
40h
80h
00h
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 1 is DAY/NIGHT Camera with Lens
(Set Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select Camera 1.)
FFh
Receiver
ID
41h
00h
00h
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 1 is DAY/NIGHT Camera with Lens
(Set Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select Camera 1.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
01h
00h
00h
00h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
80h
00h
00h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
03h
00h
P_ID
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P_ID=00~7Fh,The Receiver Stores Current
Pan, Tilt, Zoom, Focus Position of Camera 1 in EEPROM.
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No
Command
19
Clear
Preset
20
21
22
23
24
Goto
Preset
Position
Byte1
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Turn off Command
Wiper at
Camera
EV3000-D
1
Response
Description
Turn on Command
Pump
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Turn off Command
Pump
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Receiver
ID
Byte3
00h
Byte4 Byte5 Byte6
05h
00h
P_ID
Byte7
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P_ID=00~7Fh,The Receiver Clears Current
Pan, Tilt, Zoom, Focus Position of Camera 1 in EEPROM.
Command
Turn on Command
Wiper at
Camera
EV3000-D
1
Response
Description
Byte2
Receiver
ID
00h
07h
00h
P_ID
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P_ID=00~7Fh, The Pan, Tilt, Zoom & Focus
Position of Camera 1 Will be Moved to Stored Preset Position.
FFh
Receiver
ID
40h
09h
00h
09h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, 09h of Byte 6=Wiper of Camera 1. Camera 1
is DAY/NIGHT Camera with Lens (Set Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select
Camera 1 and The Wiper of Camera 1 Will be Driven for Several
Seconds)
FFh
Receiver
40h
00h
Checksum
0Bh
09h
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, 09h of Byte 6=Wiper of Camera 1. Camera 1
is DAY/NIGHT Camera with Lens (Set Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select
Camera 1 and The Wiper of Camera 1 Will be stopped.)
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
0Ah
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, 0Ah of Byte 6=Pump.The Pump Will be
Driven for Several Seconds.
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
0Ah
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, 0Ah of Byte 6=Pump. The Pump Will be
stopped.
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Command
u–G
25 Turn on Command
Wiper at
Camera
EV3000-D
2
Response
Description
26
27
28
29
30
Turn off Command
Wiper at
Camera
EV3000-D
2
Response
Description
Toggle
Polarity
Toggle
auto
span/His
togram
Linear
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
Byte4 Byte5
09h
00h
Byte6
Byte7
0Bh
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, 0Bh of Byte 6=Wiper of Camera 2. Camera 2
is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select Camera 2 and The
Wiper of Camera 2 Will be Driven for Several Seconds.)
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
0Bh
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, 0Bh of Byte 6=Wiper of Camera 2.Camera 2
is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select Camera 2 and The
Wiper of Camera 2 Will be stopped.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
01h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
NUC on Command
the
internal
EV3000-D
shutter
Response
Description
Menu
selection
one
position
down
Byte1
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
02h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2)
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
03h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
04h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
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Command
u–G
Command
31 Menu
selection
left
EV3000-D
pressed
Response
Description
32
33
34
35
36
Menu
selection
Right
pressed
Show
menu/ac
cept
Power
state on
Toggle
palette
Toggle
sensitivit
y
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
Byte4 Byte5
09h
00h
Byte6
Byte7
05h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
06h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
07h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
08h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
01h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
02h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
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Command
u–G
37 Toggle
Command
e-zoom
EV3000-D
Response
Description
38
39
40
41
42
One
position
up
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
Byte6
Byte7
03h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
04h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Move
menu
selection
left
released
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Move
menu
selection
Right
released
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
menu
selection
cancel/e
xit
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Power
state
sleep
Byte4 Byte5
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
05h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
06h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
07h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
08h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
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Command
u–G
Command
43 AGC
auto/on/
off
EV3000-D
Response
Description
44
45
46
47
48
Set
shutter
speed
Adjust
white
balance(
R-B)
Adjust
white
balance(
M-G)
Adjust
gain
Command
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Command
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
2Fh
00h
Byte6
Byte7
00~02h Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) Byte 6 = 1 (It will set to continuous auto
adjust),Byte6=2 (It will set to manual adjust)
FFh
Receiver
00h
00h 00~02h Checksum
37h
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh,Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) Select sensitivity in Byte 6.[0 – low,1 –
medium,2 - high]
FFh
Receiver 00~01h 3Bh
00h
00h
Checksum
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) NUC using the internal shutter.
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver 00~01h
ID
3Dh
00h
00h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) NUC using an external surface.
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Command
Adjust
auto iris
level
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Byte4 Byte5
Receiver 00~01h
ID
3Fh
00h
00h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) Set absolute gain.
FFh
Receiver 00~01h
ID
41h
00h
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) Set absolute level.
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Command
u–G
Command
49 Camera
Power
on
at EV3000-D
camera 2 Response
Description
50
51
Camera
Command
Power
off
at EV3000-D
camera 2 Response
Description
Initialize
PAN/TI
LT
Command
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
Byte4 Byte5
09h
00h
Byte6
Byte7
0Ch
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) DC 12V IR power supply of Thermal
camera Will be electrically Turned On by EV3000-D Receiver
Without any command sending to thermal camera (default state).But
DC12V Defroster supply will always be turned on state.
FFh
Receiver
00h
00h
Checksum
0Bh
0Ch
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) DC 12V IR power supply of Thermal
camera Will be electrically Turned Off by EV3000-D Receiver
without any command sending to thermal camera. But DC12V
Defroster supply will always be turned on state.
FFh
Receiver
00h
00h
Checksum
0Fh
00h
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Pan/Tilt will go to Preset position No."0"
which is stored in EEPROM of EV3000-D receiver when
manufactured in factory.
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2.CommandListforThermalcamera(BasicformatisPELCOͲD): InternalCommunicationCommandsbetweenEV3000ͲDReceiverandThermal camera(4ͲBytescommandresponse) No
1
2
3
Command
Toggle Polarity
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
Command
FFh
00h
09h
Thermal
camera
Response
FFh
yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
Receiver
ID
18h
B9h
00h
09h
18h
B9h
00h
09h
18h
B9h
00h
09h
18h
B9h
00h
09h
18h
B9h
00h
09h
18h
B9h
00h
09h
18h
B9h
Toggle
auto Command
span/Histogram
Linear
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
NUC on the Command
internal shutter
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
Thermal
camera
Response
4
5
Menu selection Command
one
position
down
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
Menu selection Command
left pressed
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
Thermal
camera
Response
6
Menu selection Command
Right pressed
Thermal
camera
Response
7
Show
menu/accept
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
Byte4 Byte5
Byte6
Byte7
00h
01h
Checksum
00h
02h
Checksum
00h
03h
Checksum
00h
04h
Checksum
00h
05h
Checksum
00h
06h
Checksum
00h
07h
Checksum
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No
8
Command
Byte3
Byte4
Byte5
Byte6
Byte7
00h
09h
00h
08h
Checksum
18h
B9h
00h
0Bh
00h
01h
Checksum
18h
B9h
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
02h
Checksum
00h
0Eh
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
03h
Checksum
18h
B9h
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
04h
Checksum
18h
B9h
Move
menu Command
selection left
released
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
05h
Checksum
18h
B9h
Move
menu Command
selection Right
released
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
06h
Checksum
00h
12h
menu selection Command
cancel/exit
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
07h
Checksum
18h
B9h
Power state on
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
9
Toggle palette
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
10
Toggle
sensitivity
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
11
Toggle e-zoom
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
12
One
up
position Command
Thermal
camera
Response
13
14
15
Thermal
camera
Response
Byte1
Byte2
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
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No
16
Command
Byte3
Byte4
Byte5
Byte6
Byte7
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
08h
Checksum
18h
B9h
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
20h
00h
00h
Checksum
18h
B9h
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
40h
00h
00h
Checksum
18h
B9h
Focus
Near Command
(Increments IR
Focus closer)
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
01h
00h
00h
00h
Checksum
18h
B9h
Focus
Far Command
(Icrements IR
Focus farther)
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
80h
00h
00h
Checksum
18h
B9h
AGC
auto/on/off
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
2Fh
18h
B9h
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
37h
18h
B9h
Power
sleep
state Command
Thermal
camera
Response
17
Narrow field of Command
view
Thermal
camera
Response
18
Wide field of Command
view
Thermal
camera
Response
19
20
21
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
22
Set
speed
shutter Command
Thermal
camera
Response
23
Adjust white Command
balance(R-B)
Thermal
camera
Response
Byte1
Byte2
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G 00~01h
pkG
FFh
Receiver
18h
ID
3Bh
00h
00~02h jŒŠ’šœ”
00h
00~02h jŒŠ’šœ”
00h
00h
B9h
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No
Command
24
Adjust white Command
balance(M-G)
Thermal
camera
Response
25
Adjust gain
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
26
Adjust auto iris Command
level
Thermal
camera
Response
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
Byte4
Byte5
Byte6
Byte7
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G 00~01h
pkG
FFh
Receiver
18h
ID
3Dh
00h
00h
jŒŠ’šœ”
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G 00~01h
pkG
FFh
Receiver
18h
ID
3Fh
00h
00h
jŒŠ’šœ”
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G 00~01h
pkG
FFh
Receiver
18h
ID
41h
00h
00h
jŒŠ’šœ”
B9h
B9h
B9h
[NoteforByte2] Byte2isEV3000ͲDreceiveraddresswhichcanbeadjustedfrom"0~254".
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8. EV3000-D Address & Baud rate Setting
A) Baud rate Setting
- Set the Switch No.1 & No.2 of 8 POLE DIP Switch as bellows.
Baud rate
Switch No1
Switch No2
2400 BPS
OFF
OFF
4800 BPS
ON
OFF
9600 BPS
ON
ON
-
Default: 2400 BPS
B) Receiver Address Setting
- Set the SW3 and SW4 Hex-decimal Switches as bellows.
LSB SIDE (SW3):
Receiver address
(Decimal number)
15
28
100
-
NO. 0 TO NO.15,
MSB SIDE (SW4): NO. 16 TO NO. 255.
Sw4(Hexadecimal switch)
MSB of hex-decimal Number
“O” POSITION
“1” POSITION
“6” POSITION
Sw3(Hexadecimal switch)
LSB of hex-decimal Number
“F” POSITION
“C” POSITION
“4” POSITION
Default Address: Set to “1” at factory.
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9. WARRANTY
z Product Warranty
MODEL No.
EV3000-D
SERIAL No.
Date of
purchased
Place of
Purchased
n
a
m
c
e
u
st
a
o
d
m
d
e
r
r
e
s
s
If the product breaks down during proper use, it will be repaired within 1 year from the date of
purchase free of charge
Please contact us:
Tel. (413)592-8477
E-mail:
tech@unitedvisionsolutions.com
Http://www.unitedvisionsolutions.com
Address:
10 Center st., Suite 401 & 402, Chicopee, MA 01013 USA
(Pleas refer to our web-site)
date
Detail
Agency
Repairman
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Appendix A Care and Handling of EV3000-D
A.1 Cleaning Optics
Follow the lens cleaning instructions below.
a. Examine lens surfaces carefully.
NOTE: Removal of the thin film coating will seriously
degrade optical performance. A change in apparent color
indicates the loss of coating.
•
Remove all dust and debris with a soft bristle brush.
•
Gently wipe the surface with a single stroke using pads
moistened with a 50/50 mixture of isopropyl alcohol and acetone.
CAUTION: DO NOT rub lens hard!
d. Drag lightly across surface just fast enough for the liquid to evaporate
behind the moving pad. Refer to the figure on the next page.
This should leave no streaks.
CAUTION: DO NOT clean the lens in a circular motion!
Follow above procedure with dust cloth to remove any remaining dust.
A.2 Other External Surfaces
Clean as required with nonabrasive household cleaner.
A.3 Handling
Use care to ensure that the EV3000-D is not excessively bumped or
dropped. Even though the EV3000-D is a rugged instrument, it should be
treated very carefully like any other sophisticated camera.
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Appendix B
Glossary
Atmospheric Attenuation – The amount of radiated IR energy that is absorbed by the atmosphere.
It is a function
of the temperature and humidity, particles in the air (i.e. fog, smoke, smog, etc.) and wavelength, among other factors.
CCIR - Video standard for monochrome, 50 field/sec interlaced video output (i.e. European standard black and white
video).
Critical Dimension – The dimension of a target used in calculating the DRI performance.
It is a function of length,
width and height, as well as what face of the target is presented to the imager.
DRI (Detection-Recognition-Identification) – A method of characterizing the range performance of a thermal
imager according to a standard set of criteria using a standard atmospheric model, and a target of alternating black
and white stripe (cycles) at different temperatures.
Detection – The minimum distance at which an imager can reproduce a single cycle (black/white stripe) of a target.
Typically used to represent the distance at which the imager can first detect a given target (i.e. a hot blob). In addition
to the imager, the detection range is also a function of the target size and temperature difference from the background.
Field of View (FOV) – The area in space that is seen by the lens of a thermal imager.
and specified for both horizontal and vertical dimensions.
Usually expressed in degrees,
The FOV is a characteristic of the lens.
FLIR 92 – A set of standards defined by the Night Vision Laboratories for calculating DRI information.
F-Number – Focal Length/Diameter of Lens (same as in a visible lens). A lower F-number means that more IR
radiation passes through, but the lens is larger.
Focal Plane Array (FPA) – An integrated circuit with a two dimensional matrix of detector elements
that sits in the focal plane of the thermal imager. An imager that uses an FPA is referred to as a “staring”
imager because the entire array stares at the scene to collect IR energy to make an image.
Hyperfocal Distance – The distance beyond which all objects are in focus when an imagers’ focus adjust
is set to infinity.
Infrared Imager – An Instrument that collects infrared energy and produces a video image where the
gray scale values correspond to differences in temperature.
Indium Antimonide (InSB) – Semiconductor material used in the fabrication of a cooled FPA.
Typically pronounced “Inns-Bee”, these detectors must be cooled to 77°K to operate.
Identification – The distance at which an imager can resolve six cycles across a given target. Used to
describe the distance at which a target can be clearly identified (in the case of a truck, the ability to
discriminate between a T-72 and a Humvee). In addition to the imager, the recognition range is also a
function of the target size and temperature difference from the background.
Infrared (IR) – The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum located just above visible light. The
infrared spectrum extends from just above red (0.7 micron) to about 12 micron.
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Instantaneous Field of View (IFOV) - A measure of the spatial resolution of an IR detector. It is
defined as the angle seen by an individual pixel in the FPA and is measured in milliradians.
Kelvin Temperature Scale - Absolute temperature scale related to the Celsius (or Centigrade) scale. 0°
Kelvin (absolute zero) is equal to -273° C. The units of Kelvin are equal to Centigrade degrees.
Therefore, room temperature (23°C) is equal to 296° K.
Long Wave Infra Red (LWIR) - The section of the infrared band from 7 microns to 12 microns.
Micro-Cooler - A miniature Sterling Cycle cooler used to provide cryogenic temperatures for the Focal
Plane Array.
Micron – One millionth of a meter (10-6 m); Micron units are used to express the wavelength of light.
Milliradian (mr) – A measure of angle equal to one thousandth of a radian (1 radian = 180°/pi).
Typically used to express the IFOV of an imager (1 mr = 0.0573°).
Mid Wave Infra Red (MWIR) – The portion of the infrared spectrum from 3 to 5 microns.
Minimum Resolvable Temperature Difference (MRTD) – A figure of merit for a particular FPA based
imager, it defines the minimum temperature difference that can be resolved by the detector.
Narcissus Reflection - The reflection back into the image of the cooled detector.
Because the detector
is cooled to cryogenic temperatures, it will reflect back as an intense spot in the center of the image (black
spot in white-hot mode).
Narrow Field of View (NFOV) – In a dual field of view lens, the NFOV is the smaller of the two fields
(more magnification) and is used for identification, recognition and detection at longer ranges.
Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference (NETD) – A figure of merit for an FPA based imager, it
defines the temperature difference that produces a signal just equal to the RMS noise signal.
Non-Uniformity Correction – A built in correction routine that calculates a set of field correction
coefficients to apply to each pixel in the array to normalize their response for a given scene temperature.
NTSC – Video standard for color, 60 field/sec interlaced video output (i.e.
US standard color video). PAL - Video standard for color, 50 field/sec interlaced video output (i.e.
European standard color video).
Pixel – Abbreviation for Picture Element, or each individual element that comprises a picture. Typical
FPA’s are arrays of 640 x 480, 320 x 480, or 256 x 256 pixels.
Radian – The angular measurement equal to the ratio of the arc length of a circle divided by the radius.
A circumference of a complete circle is 2 pi times the radius, so a complete circle (360°) equal 2 pi
radians, and pi radians = 180°. 1 radian = 57.3°.
Recognition – The distance at which an imager can resolve three cycles across a given target. Typically
used to define the distance at which an imager can distinguish between a specific object in a group of
similar objects. In addition to the imager, the recognition range is also a function of the target size and
temperature difference from the background.
RS170 – Video standard for monochrome, 60 field/sec interlaced video output (i.e. US standard black and
white video).
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RS232 - Serial communication standard using two wires – transmit and receive – and a common ground.
Used for relatively short (<10 meter) cable runs.
RS422 – Serial communication standard using four wires – a transmit differential pair and a receive
differential pair. For use where transmission cable runs go beyond ten meters.
Short Wave Infra Red (SWIR)- The portion of the infrared spectrum from 0.70 microns to 3 microns.
Wide Field of View (WFOV) – In a dual field of view lens, the WFOV is the wider of the two fields
(less magnification) and is used for scanning a broader area at reduced resolution.
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COMMERCIAL–IN-CONFIDENCE
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HomeLand Security
Products & Solutions
Eagle Vision EV3000-D IR
Dual camera system for 24/7 surveillance
Stainless Steel 316L enclosure and Pan/Tilt
tedvis
Forget rust and salt air corrosion
United Vision Solutions, Co.
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System Highlights
Thermal Imager Tri-FOV
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3-5 micron InSb detector
640X480 format
DFOV
100/500 mm lenses
Day/Night Camera
– 1/2” High-Resolution EMCCD
– 0.00025 Lux Minimum Illumination
– Lens 10-500mm / 20-1000mm
– Reproduces full colour, full motion
images in starlight conditions
Pan/Tilt resolution
Sensor Platform
High performance, brushless,
maintenance-free step motors
provide very precise, extremely
effective motion control
with preset and 0-360
degree endless rotation
– Heavy Duty, Stabilized Pan/Tilt
– Stainless Steel Enclosure
– Heavy duty enclosure for marine
use with blower, heater, and sunshield
– Anti-rust, Anti-salt air, anti corrosion
use with blower, heater, and sunshield
Video Stabilizer
CCTV software with TCP/IP
– Digital Real Time Video Stabilization
– Sharp details for high quality video
– Full control of Thermal / Day-Night /
Pan/Tilt
– Using standard Protocol Pelco-D
- SDK software librarym for developing
Control Softwware locally
Detection
Human at 12 miles
Truck at 23 miles
Recognition Human at 4 miles
Truck at 9 miles
Identify
Human at 2 miles
Truck at 5 miles
Thermal Imager and Day-Night camera
Reproduces full colour, full motion
images in starlight conditions
Truck at 22km
Day Camera Module
Image sensor
Active P ixels
1/2” EMCCD night vision camera
658 x 496 P ixel
319 k Pixel
Filter
Resolution
shutter Speed
Synchronisation
Min. Illumination
Signal/Noise ratio
Color : 560 TV Lines B/W : 700 TV Lines
Manual (OF F, 1/60, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000)
Internal / Line Lock
0.000004 Lux
50 dB
White balance
Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
IRIS Control
ATW/One Push WB/MANUAL
OF F, 0 dB to 18 dB (1 dB S tep S electable)
DC / Video
optical zoom module
Lens
Zoom
Angle of view
Zoom/Focus/IRIS
Motorized lenses with focal 10-500/20-1000mm
motorized zoom 50X
from 43.6º (WIDE end) to 0.5º (TELE end)
Motorized Zoom, and Focus
2X optical Extender
Auto video IRIS
Mechanical
Drive unit
Pan angle
Pan speed
Tilt angle
Tilt speed
Speed control
Preset accuracy
FeedBack
Integral pan/tilt motor drive
0-350° (continuous rotation is option)
0.1° to 50° per second
-70° to +25°
0.1° to 25° per second
Closed loop electronics
Better than 0.08°
Option
Physical
Construction material
Viewing window
Standard colours
Stainless steel (no colour options)
Dimensions
Weight
270Kg
Environmental
Operational temperature
Explosive-proof
Thermal Camera Module
IR detector/sensor
Picture elements
Lens
Spectral Range
Control Operation
Electrical
Input voltage
Power consumption
Connectivity
Video
Telemetry
Power
cooled InSb / Staring FPA
640x480
100/500mm 5.5° x 4.1° (WFOV) x 1.1° x 0.8° (NFOV)
Choice from 115V AC, 230V AC, 24VA (DC for solar power)
480 W max (two cameras system)
Co-axial via composite cable
Twisted pair. Simplex, half and full duplex operation
via composite cable
Via composite cable
Communication & Protocols
Communication
Control protocol
Grade 316 stainless steel
-25°C to +55°C (coated with solar paint)
IP66
Exd IIC T5
RS485 / RS422 or TCP/IP
Pelco-D protocol
Available Options
Camera module
Camera colour system
Installed protocol
Telemetry control interface
Window wiper
Washer
Water tank
Heater
Mounting
Cabling
IR camera cooled, uncooled, and day camera
NTSC or PAL
Pelco-D protocol
RS422 or TCP/IP
Optional, 10 ltrs or 25 ltrs
Custom kits for pole, tower, and side building
Composite cable, UTP, or Fiber Optics
Eagle Vision Surveillance System
Highlights
Hi-Resolutions Color Camera at day time.
Thermal Imaging at dark and bad weather.
Stainless Steel Enclosure for ultimate protection.
Stainless Steel Pan/Tilt unit, with precise step rotation 0.1 degree.
Low power Consumption, perfect choice when solar power is required.
Long Range wireless using Hi-tech codec system.
Stander Pelco D-Protocol to integrate with any off-shelf CCTV products.
Selection of the EV3000 series is the lowest risk choice for user required 24/7 surveillance system, EV’s
mature design, broadly accepted performance advantages, and UVS’s proven integration capability.
Eagle vision Systems offers a very low schedule risk based on current production capacity, inventory and
vertical integration. Low life-cycle cost and logistical experience also make Eagle Vision the low-risk
choice, with its commitment to a carefully implemented, long-term support program. UVS’s unique
vertical integration insures that we can provide critical replacement components and servicing faster and
at lower prices than other suppliers who depend on third parties.
TECHNICAL DATA
The EV3000-D IR model is a self-contained day and thermal imaging system, the EV-ST IR camera which
detects radiation in the 3.4 to 5.1-micron infrared band. The EV-ST is capable of target discrimination and
recognition in total darkness or through daylight obscurants and was designed for short- or long-term
stationary surveillance applications. The EV3000-D IR model imager is contained in an environmentally
sealed stainless steel enclosure permitting deployment in severe climatic and weather conditions. Its DFOV
(Dual Field-of-View) lens and low power consumption is ideal for use in field operations. The EV3000’s
Hi-resolution color camera brings sharp, crispy images around the clock, combined with AC or DC power
sources and remote control capability, makes it well suited for long-range surveillance applications
requiring remote operation.
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Delivering outstanding imaging performance, advanced features of the EV3000-D IR model include:
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640 x 480 Pixel InSb Focal Plane Array with ultra-fine
15 µm detector pitch for high resolution imagery
Auto-focus
Ruggedized weatherproof Stainless Steel environmental enclosure
High durability coated front lens
Lens defroster
100/500mm, dual field-of-view optical zoom
2x and 4x digital zoom
Internal NUC paddle
Freeze frame
Color or Monochrome video output
Auto gain and level control
Three integration times
Tethered lens cover
RS-422 interface
S-video and RS170 outputs
The EV3000-D IR model is UVS Systems’ next generation imager benefiting from unique developments
aimed at mproving signal processing and imaging performance. Using High Resolution Video Processor
(HRVP) generates the EV3000-D IR model’s high quality images and long-range performance.
This multi-layer PCB (printed circuit card) is a unique feature and provides the user with an advanced
suite of capabilities including:
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Advanced digital signal processing with temporal noise filters
True multi-mode sensitivity (user selectable for hot or cold scenes)
Histogram equalization
Digital zoom
Color palettes
Freeze frame
The EV3000-D IR model imager also includes easily accessible and automated image processing software
that automatically adjusts contrast and brightness levels for the scenes being viewed, simplifying operation
by the agent. For more specialized situations, operators can choose between different sensitivity levels in the
IR imaging system depending on the environmental conditions that affect the thermal contrast of people
and vehicles under observation.
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EV3000-D IR camera system
EV3000-D IR with Focal Length 100/500 mm
F number
WFOV
IFOV,
f/4
5.5° x 4.1°
1.1° x 0.8°
NFOV
Wide / Narrow
0.15 mrad
0.03 mrad
Range miles
Man Size Target
Identification 2
Recognition 4
Detection 12
truck Size Target
Identification 5
Recognition 9
Detection 23
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Hyperfocal distance is the distance beyond which all objects are acceptably
Min focus and hyperfocal are parameters related to focus adjustment not for range
When you are zooming in range 10 meters to 1500 meters you will find image crispy and really you will need
to adjust focus. And for range greater than hyperfocal, the focus of lens start to have effect, and user
sometimes need to refocus the lens to get crispy images
Range of EV-3000 D IR high resolution with 640x480 resolutions
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High Resolution Video Processor
The HRVP (High Resolution Video Processor) board is a powerful digital image processing platform that
provides an array of features designed for use in the EV3000-D IR model thermal imagers.
The HRVP will output corrected IR video in color (or monochrome), NTSC/PAL video format.
Basic display options will include manual gain, manual level, and image polarity. More sophisticated
display options include continuous or on-demand auto-span (gain and level), digital zoom and histogram
equalization. Auto-span and histogram equalization are based on programmable Regions Of Interest.
The 2x and 4x digital zoom is capable of operating in either pixel replication mode or bilinear
interpolation mode. Pan capability within the zoomed image is supported. In addition, the HRVP
contains the video processing hardware required to convert the FPA data to the final video stream output
to the monitor.
The photographs below demonstrate the improved imaging performance the advanced HRVP video
processor provides to the end user. Cleaner edges, sharper contrast and smoother images all work together
to provide the user a more useable picture on the monitor contributing to better target recognition and
minimized user strain and eye fatigue.
Original Image
Filtered Image
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NETD
The EV3000-D IR model has an NETD of less than 40mk@23oC. Most camera systems will
exceed the requirement, and the typical system NETD is 35mk. This sensitivity is a result
of a highly sensitive detector array, efficient f/4 optics and high-performance electronics.
EV3000-D IR model provides additional sensitivity and target recognition capability through
Digital Detail Enhancement (DDE). DDE is an electronic image processing algorithm that allows
the system operator to see image details in even the most difficult conditions. In uniformly hot
scenes of very high contrast (like those encountered in the desert) it can be hard for an imager
to break out the detail an operator needs to recognize a human target at long range. Such details
are often lost in the surrounding clutter, allowing targets to escape detection. Even in scenes
without any discernable target contrast, DDE brings details out for classification, providing a
distinct tactical advantage to EV3000-D IR model users.
Acceptance Testing
United Vision Solutions shall plan, perform and report acceptance
testing in accordance with United Vision Solutions’ Acceptance
Plan to be approved by the buyer. United Vision Solutions has
extensive experience working with customers around the world,
and we are committed to the delivery of products that are in
conformance with the requirements.
The topmost picture shows raw imagery with DDE off, while the bottom image
demonstrates the effects of having DDE on.
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Day/Night CCTV Camera System
EXTREME LOW LIGHT COLOUR VIDEO CAMERA
FEATURE
Achieves sensitivity
0.00025 Lux Minimum Illumination
and dynamic range in
50 dB S/N Ratio
excess of current
Provides industry leading sharpness
in ALL light conditions
Generates new electrons dramatically
increasing sensitivity at very fast
speeds without the common readout
noise of traditional CCD
Adaptive Recursive Noise Reduction
Reduces CCD output bu er noise in
low light conditions
cameras and provides
near total darkness!
Reproduces full colour, full motion
images in starlight conditions
Electron Multiplying CCD (EMCCD)
generation night-vision
full colour at 30 FPS in
BENEFIT
Peltier Cooled CCD
Maintains constant temperature of
CCD to maximize low light
performance
EXTREME LOW LIGHT COLO UR VIDEO CAMERA
I ma ge S e ns or
A c tive P ix e ls
E ective Picture Element
Video Output Signal
L e ns M o u nt
S Y N C S ys te m
R e s olution
Minimum Illumination
S /N R a tio ( N T S C )
W hite B a la nc e
I R I S C ontrol
E le c tric S hutte r
G A IN
Charge Multiplication GAIN (CMG)
Backlight Compensation
F ra me R a te
C a me ra C ontrol
P owe r S upply
P owe r C ons umption
Operating Temperature
H umidity
W e ight
D ime ns ions
E mis s ion S ta nda rd
W a rra nty
WHAT IS EMCCD?
Electronic multiplying architecture
di ers from traditional CCD technology in that a gain register is
inserted between the end of the
shift register and the output amplier. The gain register has two
phases with independent electrodes, each holding a di erent
voltage potential. The resultant
intense electric eld causes the
electrons to undergo impact
ionization. This generates new
electrons that manifest themselves
as dramatically increased sensitivity at very fast speeds without the
common readout noise of traditional CCDs. The result is virtually
noiseless 30 FPS full color in
near total darkness .
1 /2 inc h C C D
6 5 8 x 4 9 6 P ix e l
319 k Pixel
VBS (NTSC:BNC), Y/C
C Mount ( L e ns N ot I nc lude d W ith C a me ra )
I nte rna l
420 T V L (N T S C O U T )
0.001 Lux (F1.2 CMG x 1000, AGC 12 dB, White 50%)
0.00025 Lux (F1.2 CMG x 1000, AGC 12 dB, White 10%)
0.000004 Lux (256 x long term exposure*, AGC O , White 10%)
5 0 dB
AT W /O ne P us h W B /MA N U A L
A uto I ris L e ns ( E E /D C )
Ma nua l ( O F F, 1 /6 0 , 1 /1 0 0 , 1 /2 5 0 , 1 /5 0 0 , 1 /1 0 0 0 , 1 /2 0 0 0 )
O F F, 0 dB to 1 8 dB ( 1 dB S te p S e le c ta ble )
x 1000 approximately (maximum)
7-Mode Selectable, 16 Area Photometry
3 0 F ra me s P e r S e c ond
R S -2 3 2 C ( D s ub-9 p)
12 V D C
A t 7 7 ° F : 6 wa tts , A t 1 0 4 ° F : 1 2 wa tts
14 °F to 113 °F
9 0 % Ma x imum
1 5 . 8 oz ( 4 5 0 g)
2. 28” (W ) x 2. 3” (H ) x 5. 24” (D )
F C C C la s s A
O ne Y e a r L imite d W a rra nty
*Slow Shutter
APPLICATIONS
Suggested applications for
the camera:
• Military
• Bio Science
• Scienti c
• Non-Destructive Testing
• Extreme Low Light
Underwater Video
• Realism Broadcast TV
• Mine & Safety Inspection
CCTV LENSES DAY & NIGHT
50x Motorized Zoom
10-500mm / 20-1000mm (2x Ext.)
Format
1/2”
Mount
C
Zoom Ratio
50x
10- 500 mm /20-1000mm (with 2ex.)
Focal Length
Iris Range
Angle of View (HxW)
F4.0 - 125(360) /F8.0-250(720) (with 2ex.)
WIDE
43.6 (D) x 35.5 (H) x 27.0 (V)° : 22.6 (D) x 18.2 (H) x 13.7 (V)° (with 2ex.)
TELE
0.9 (D) x 0.7 (H) x 0.6 (V)°
M.O.D.
: 0.5 (D) x 0.4 (H) x 0.3 (V)°
4m
Back Focal Length
62.67 mm
Flange Back Length
17.526mm
Filter Screw Size
M95 P = 1
Dimension (WxHxL)
124.0 (W) x 106.0 (H) x 300.5 (L) mm
Weight
3200g
Iris
Operation
(with 2ex.)
Zoom
Focus
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
Video with Mabual Override
Motorized with Preset
Motorized with Preset
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The manual is organized into two main sections, section A describes the system components, system
installation, and section B describes system operation.
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COPYRIGHT © United Vision Solutions, Co.
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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. INFORMATION IN THIS MANUAL IS SUBJECT TO
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United Vision solutions, Co. Warranty Policy
United Vision solutions, Co. warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for 365 days from the date of shipment to the customer.
Other items such as
accessories purchased for resale with minor modifications may carry a shorter warranty. During
the warranty period, United Vision solutions, Co will, at its option, either repair or replace any
products found to be defective.
This warranty will not apply to defects resulting from misuse, repair by unauthorized persons, or
where the product is not installed and used in accordance with the instructions provided by
United Vision solutions, Co. This warranty is void if the product has been altered or modified in
any manner by unauthorized persons.
Under the limited warranty, the customer is responsible for the shipping and any other charges
incurred in sending the product to the authorized service center specified by United Vision
Solutions, Co.; and United Vision Solutions, Co. will pay for the return of the product to the
customer. The turnaround time on repairs will normally be ten working days or less.
All warranty repairs must be performed at an authorized United Vision Solutions, Co. service
center using recommended replacement spare parts. No other warranty, expressed or implied,
other than those specifically stated above are the responsibility of United Vision Solutions, Co.
In no event shall United Vision Solutions, Co. be held responsible for incidental or
consequential damages.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS, OR ADEQUACY FOR ANY
PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE. UNITED VISION SOLUTIONS, CO. SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE.
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Safety Summary
This manual describes processes that may cause injury or death to personnel,
or damage to equipment if not properly followed. This safety summary
includes general safety precautions and instructions that must be understood
and applied during operation and maintenance to ensure personnel safety and
protection of equipment. Prior to performing any task, the WARNINGs,
CAUTIONs and NOTEs included in that task shall be reviewed and understood.
WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, NOTES
WARNING
Used to indicate a location, equipment or system where a potential hazard
exists capable of producing injury to personnel if approved procedure is not
followed.
CAUTION
Used to indicate an operating or maintenance procedure, practice, condition,
statement, etc., which, if not strictly observed, could result in damage to or
destruction of equipment or loss of mission effectiveness or long term health
hazards to personnel.
NOTE: Used to indicate an essential operating or maintenance procedure,
condition, or statement.
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1. Introduction
2. EV3000-D Specifications
3. EV3000-D installation Notes
4. EV3000-D Drawing
5. EV3000-D wiring
6. EV3000-D Enclosure Wiring
7. EV3000-D Protocol & Control command list
8. EV3000-D Address & Baud rate Setting
9. Warranty
10. Appendix
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1. Introduction
The EV3000-D is a Dual Camera system with Pan Tilt Driver & Camera System
with two Cameras and Camera Control Unit.
The 1st camera is infrared (IR) camera intended for use during dark or night time,
as a long range thermal imaging surveillance system and the other is Day/Night
camera plus zoom lens.
This product can be used where the rugged system is required for harsh-environment
as ports, offshore, and marine applications, it is apt to be corroded in salt such as shore
or ship due to its material Stainless Steel 316 against corrosion.
And this product is used in border surveillance for military, police, emergency
services incorporating thermal imager.
The remote-control unit can rotate this product vertically or horizontally through
the built-in receiver.
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2. Specifications
A- Thermal Camera
Camera Specification
Thermal Camera EV4000
Sensor
Sensor type
Detector Material
Array Size
Spectral Band
FPA Cooling
Cooldown Time
Staring FPA
InSb
640 X 480
3.4-5.1μm
IDCA
6-8 min
Optics
Focal Length
F number
WFOV
NFOV
IFOV, Wide
IFOV, Narrow
Min Focus Distance,
WFOV
Min Focus Distance,
NFOV
Hyperfocal Distance,
WFOV
Hyperfocal Distance,
NFOV
100/500 mm
f/4
5.5° x 4.1°
1.1° x 0.8°
0.15 mrad
0.03 mrad
10 m
10 m
50 m
1500 m
Image Output
Video Output
60 or 50 Hz frame rate, interlaced, NTSC or CCIR
Symbology Overlay
Selectable On/Off
Number of Reticles
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Eagle
B- DLTV camera (day light CCD camera)
EV-EMCCD
Eagle Vision Surveillance Camera Sysytem that Never Sleeps
With its built-in night vision Electron Multiplying CCD the Eagle Vision has a light sensitivity that
is more than 100 times better than average. The fact that this camera has been selected as the
solution for the unmanned surveillance needs of military front lines proves its capability.
The Eagle Vision can detect and distinguish a moving subject from over 400m (approx. 440yds) away in
a pitch-dark environment, and send the image to a military command center for immediate response.
PECIFICATIONS
# Power Source : 12V DC (±10%)
# Power Consumption: Max. 1.2A
# Total Pixels: 680(H) x 500(V)
# Effective Pixels: 658(H) x 496(V)
# Scanning System : 2 : 1 Interlace ~ 525 Lines / 60 Fields / 30 Frames
# Synchronization: Internal / Line lock selectable
# Scanning Frequency: Horizontal : 15,734KHz / Vertical : 59.94H
# Resolution: Color : 450TV lines (Min.) / B/W : 470TV lines (Min.)
# Video Output: 1.0Vp-p / 75?(Video 0.714Vp-p, Sync 0.286Vp-p)
# S / N Ratio (Y signal): 50dB (AGC off, Weight on)
# Min. Illumination : 0.008Lux @ F1.2 (Normal color mode) 0.0005Lux @ F1.2
(B/W mode) 0.00006Lux @ F1.2 (Sens-up mode)
# Back Light Compensation : Low / Middle / High / Off selectable
# Day & Night : Color / B/W / Auto selectable (ICR filter change) /
EXT (External Day & Night mode control capability via terminal at the back panel)
# Gain Control : Low / High / Off selectable
# White Balance : ATW / AWC / Manual selectable (1800°K ~ 10,500°K)
# Electronic shutter speed : A.FLK / Manual (1/60, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1,000, 1/1,600, 1/2,000sec)
# Sens-Up : On / Off (Selectable limit ~ 128X)
# O.S.D :Built-in
# Motion Detection : On / Off selectable (Built-in alarm output connector)
# SSNR : Low / Middle / High / Off selectable
# Privacy Function : On / Off selectable (4 Programmable zone)
# Communication : RS-485
# Iris Control : DC / Video
# Lens Mount : CS-mount (Easy focus type) (C-mount is mountable by using adaptor)
# Operating Temperature : -10°C ~ +60°C
# Operating Humidity : 20 ~ 90% RH
# Dimension : 375(W) x 565(H) x 628(L)mm
# Weight :30kg
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Electrical
Power Source
100 to 240 VAC 50-60 Hz
On from Standby
3 seconds
External Supply
12 Vdc, 3 Amps
Physical
Weight, Imaging Head
Dimensions (nominal)
22 lbs (10 kg)
L x Diameter
Inches
22 x 9
Cm
56 x 13.5
Operating Temp
-32°C to +55°C
Storage Temp
-46°C to +71°C
Environmental
Fully ruggedized per MIL-STD 810E
Tripod Mountable
Yes
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C- Pan/Tilt and Enclosure
Materials
Stainless steel 316L
Enclosure
Wiper
Pressurized rugged fill with Dry Nitrogen which
prevents condensation inside the tube
24 VAC wipers, one for each enclosure
Washer
Pump with 10 ltr water tank
Rotating angle
Pan 0°to 360°/ Tilt -90°to +90°±5°
Rotating speed
Pan :0.1°~ 6°/sec, Tilt :0.1°~ 3°/sec Max
Motor
Step motor (DC 24V/6A, Pan 96W / Tilt 96W)
Power Supply
AC 110 / 220 VAC
Temperature
-25
Weight
About 70 kg
Preset
Interface
Receiver address
Baud rate
000~127(128 Presets)
RS-422
000~254(255 Addresses)
Selectable by DIP switch among 2400,4800, &9600
BPS
[Default : 2400BPS]
PELCO-D (8 Data,1 stop, No parity)
1)Thermal camera : Controlled by RS-422
2)Day/night camera : Zoom-in/out, Focus-near/far
1)Two wipers
(Thermal camera and Day/night camera side)
2)One Pump
1)Thermal camera : BNC & SVIDEO (4Pin din
connector)
2)Day/night camera : BNC
Protocol
Camera & Lens
Control
AUX Control
Video
to +50
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3. EV3000-D installation Notes
Before operation the unit, you must read this user’s Manual thoroughly and
retain it for future reference.
Before cleaning the unit, you must remove it from the wall or bracket.
You must clean it with a wet cloth. Never use liquid cleanser.
Enough space must be ensured to installation of this P/T and never rotate
PAN/TILT housing forcibly without driving by remote controller.
Be careful not to put this unit on an unstable stand, tripod, shelf, or Table.
Do not leave the unit in a location near heat sources or humidifier.
Be careful of electric overload on the electric terminal or extension cable,
otherwise there can be risk of permanent damage.
You must stop operation this unit and never connect the connector of the
cable to the unit in case of the following situations.
z
z
z
z
In case of the control cable being damaged.
When any liquid or unfavorable materials fall into the unit.
When the unit doesn’t work properly according to the instruction.
When the unit fell down or the P/T was damaged.
You must make an expert examine the accessories whether they have the
same specific character when you need replacement of them.
You must install AC24V power source near the EV3000-D (within 10m)
Otherwise The EV3000-D will probably malfunction due to AC voltage
drop or critical noise etc.
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4. EV3000-D Drawing
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5. EV3000-D Wiring:
1) AC 24V Power Connection Terminals (Use AWG16 or 18 Wire)
-AC24V POWER
-AC24V COM
2) Earth Terminal
-CONNECT EARTH LINE TO ࠰ Terminal
2) Thermal camera Video Connection Terminals
-THERMAL VIDEO (BNC)
-THERMAL SVIDEO (4-PIN DIN CONNECTOR)
3) Day/night camera Video Connection Terminal
-DAY/NIGHT VIDEO (BNC)
4) RS422 Data Communication line Connection Terminals
-TX+ (FROM EV3000-D TO OUTSIDE CONTROLLER or PC)
-TX- (FROM EV3000-D TO OUTSIDE CONTROLLER or PC)
-RX+ (FROM OUTSIDE CONTROLLER or PC TO EV3000-D)
-RX- (FROM OUTSIDE CONTROLLER or PC TO EV3000-D
-SHIELD: NO CONNECTION or CONNECT SHIELD WIRE OF
OUTSIDE RS-422 DATA COMMUNICATION LINES
5) Pump Connection Terminals: Connect to DC24V+, DC24V- Terminals
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6. EV3000-D Enclosure Wiring
6-1.Thermal camera connection at thermal camera terminal
TERMINAL
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
SIGNAL NAME
FUNCTION
GND_IR
GND_IR
GND_IR
GND_IR
VDC+_IR
12V DC SUPPLY RETURN FOR IR CAMERA
12V DC SUPPLY RETURN FOR IR CAMERA
12V DC SUPPLY RETURN FOR IR CAMERA
12V DC SUPPLY RETURN FOR IR CAMERA
12V DC FOR IR CAMERA\
VDC+_IR
VDC+_IR
VDC+_IR
NONE
RS422EN
12V DC FOR IR CAMERA
12V DC FOR IR CAMERA
12V DC FOR IR CAMERA
NONE
RS-422 ENABLE
GROUND REFERENCE FOR THE SERIAL
GNDD
COMM. LINES
GND_SHASSIS CHASSIS GROUND
RXD1_422+
RS-422 RECEIVE+(FROM 804D TO CAMERA)
RXD1_422RS-422 RECEIVE-( FROM 804D TO CAMERA)
TXD1_422+
RS-422 TRANSMIT+(FROM CAMERA TO 804D)
TXD1_422RS-422 TRANSMIT-(FROM CAMERA TO 804D)
NONE
NONE
NONE
S-VIDEO SHIELD WIRE(Not used)
SVIDEO_GND
S-VIDEO LUMINANCE GND
SVIDEO_GND
S-VIDEO CHROMINANCE GND
SVIDEO_Y
S-VIDEO LUMINANCE
SVIDEO_C
S-VIDEO CHROMINANCE
RS170GND
COMPOSITE VIDEO GND
CVIDEO_1
COMPOSITE VIDEO
GND_DF
GROUND RETURN FOR DEFROSTER
GND_DF
GROUND RETURN FOR DEFROSTER
GND_DF
GROUND RETURN FOR DEFROSTER
GND_DF
GROUND RETURN FOR DEFROSTER
GND_DF
GROUND RETURN FOR DEFROSTER
GND_DF
GROUND RETURN FOR DEFROSTER
VDC+_DF
DC 12V SUPPLY FOR DEFROSTER
VDC+_DF
DC 12V SUPPLY FOR DEFROSTER
VDC+_DF
DC 12V SUPPLY FOR DEFROSTER
VDC+_DF
DC 12V SUPPLY FOR DEFROSTER
VDC+_DF
DC 12V SUPPLY FOR DEFROSTER
VDC+_DF
DC 12V SUPPLY FOR DEFROSTER
Please connect lead wires from thermal camera correctly to these terminals.
Otherwise,Electronic devices in EV3000-D receiver may be damaged.
PIN
NAME
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M
N
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i
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A
K
n
T
B
W
u
H
v
J
F
b
C
X
m
q
CC
DD
S
k
AA
BB
FF
HH
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6-2 Day/night camera connection at Day/night camera terminal
SIGNAL NAME
DC 12V +
DC 12V ZOOM+
ZOOMFOCUS+
FOCUSPRESET PRESET ZOOM
PRESET +
PRESET FOCUS
FUNCTION
DC 12V CAMERA POWER
DC 12V CAMERA POWER RETURN
ZOOM MOTOR+
ZOOM MOTORFOCUS MOTOR+
FOCUS MOTORDC 5V POTENTIOMETER POWER RETURN
ZOOM_PRESET
DC 5V LENS POTENTIOMETER POWER
FOCUS_PRESET
Camera & lens will be mounted on a bracket with connection PCB as below.
1
1
1
4
6
1
7
7
6
12
EV 000 D
12
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36-pin connection terminals in thermal camera enclosure
(only 33 terminals are used)
a. “D” of 36-pin Terminals means down-side(lower-side) 12 ea of
terminals(Terminal No.1~12).
You can find that Pin No.9 is empty (Not connected) on above Fig 1.
b. “UP” of 36-pin Terminals means up-side(upper-side) 12 ea of
Terminals(Terminal No.13~24).
You can find that Pin No.17 is empty (Not connected) on above Fig 1.
c.”SIGNAL NAME,FUNCTION, & PIN NAME of the above 36-Pin Terminal
Description Table is same as the pin name of 55-pin system cable of thermal
camera manual.
d.”TERMINAL No.”of above 36-Pin Terminal Description Table is same as
Number of above Figure 1.
e.Don’t connect any lead wire to ” TERMINAL No. 18(SVIDEO SHIELD WIRE).
Because thermal Camera has no SVIDEO SHIELD terminal.
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7. EV3000-D Protocol & Control command list
ࣜऌमफरफटफनࣶࣜऌँईࣿऋࣩऀࣜࣜ
ࣜ
ࣾकऐँ࣭ࣜࣜ
ंंࣜ
ࣾकऐँ࣮ࣜࣜ
ࣽठठमडययࣜ
ࣾकऐँ࣯ࣜࣜ
ࣿफऩऩझपठ࣭ࣜ
ࣾकऐँࣰࣜࣜ
ࣿफऩऩझपठ࣮ࣜ
ࣾकऐँࣱࣜࣜ
ऀࣽऐ࣭ࣽࣜࣜ
ࣾकऐँࣲࣜࣜ
ऀࣽऐ࣮ࣽࣜࣜ
ࣾकऐँࣜࣳࣜ
ࣿतडटधयऱऩࣜ
ࣜ
࣭ࣥࣜऀझरझࣜࣿफऩऩऱपथटझरथफपࣜएबडडठࣶࣜएडनडटरझञनडࣜझऩफपणࣰࣰ࣮ࣜ࣬࣬ࣨࣜࣴ࣬࣬ࣨࣜझपठࣲࣜࣵ࣬࣬ࣜࣾऌएࣜ
ࣜࣜࣜࣤऀडढझऱनरࣜञझऱठࣜमझरडࣰࣶ࣮ࣜ࣬࣬ࣜࣾऌएࣥࣜ
࣮ࣥࣜࣾवरडࣜंफमऩझरࣶ࣭ࣜࣜएऐࣽऎऐࣨࣜࣴࣜऀࣽऐ࣭ࣽࣨࣜएऐऋऌࣜࣾअऐࣜ
࣮ࣥࣜऎडटडथलडमࣜࣽठठमडययࣜऎझपणडࣶࣜ࣬࣬࣬ऺࣰࣱ࣮ࣜ
ࣜࣜࣜࣤऀडढझऱनरࣜझठठमडययࣶ࣭ࣜ࣬࣬ࣥࣜ
ࣜ
Note:BitDefinitionofByte3 Bit 6 is used to select Camera Between "DAY/NIGHT" Camera with Lens and the thermal Camera.
If set to "1", the Camera is Selected to DAY/NIGHT Camera.
If set to "0", the Camera is Selected to "THERMAL" Camera.
ࣜ
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1.CommandListforEV3000ͲD(BasicformatisPELCOͲD): Command
u–G
1 Pan Left Command
EV3000-D
Response
Description
2
3
4
5
6
Pan
Right
Tilt Up
Tilt
Down
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
Byte7
00h
Checksum
00h
Checksum
P2
Checksum
P2
Checksum
P2
Checksum
P1
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P1 = 00h ~ 3Fh : Pan Speed
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
02h
P1
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P1 = 00h ~ 3Fh : Pan Speed
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
08h
00h
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P2 = 00h ~ 3Fh : Tilt Speed
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Pan
Command
Right &
Tilt Up
EV3000-D
Response
Description
04h
Byte6
u–•ŒG
Command
Pan Left Command
&
Tilt
Up
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Byte4 Byte5
Receiver
ID
00h
10h
00h
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P2 = 00h ~ 3Fh : Tilt Speed
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Ch
P1
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P1=00h~3Fh: Pan Speed ,P2 = 00h ~ 3Fh :
Tilt Speed
FFh
Receiver
00h
Checksum
0Ah
P1
P2
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P1=00h~3Fh: Pan Speed ,P2 = 00h ~ 3Fh :
Tilt Speed
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Command
u–G
7 Pan Left Command
&
Tilt
Down
EV3000-D
Response
Description
8
Pan
Command
Right &
Tilt
EV3000-D
Down
Response
Description
9
Pan/Tilt/
Zoom &
Focus
Stop at
camera 1
&
camera 2
10
11
12
Command
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Command
Zoom
Wide at
Camera
EV3000-D
1
Response
Description
Zoom
Command
Tele at
Camera
EV3000-D
1
Response
Description
Command
Wide
field of
view at EV3000-D
camera 2 Response
Description
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
Byte4 Byte5
14h
P1
Byte6
Byte7
P2
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P1=00h~3Fh: Pan Speed ,P2 = 00h ~ 3Fh :
Tilt Speed
FFh
Receiver
00h
Checksum
12h
P1
P2
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P1=00h~3Fh: Pan Speed ,P2 = 00h ~ 3Fh :
Tilt Speed
FFh
Receiver 00h or
Checksum
00h
00h
00h
ID
40h
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Pan, Tilt, Zoom and Focus driving will be
stopped at both camera 1 & camera 2 regardless of bit6 of Byte 3.
FFh
Receiver
ID
40h
40h
00h
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 1 is DAY/NIGHT Camera with Lens
(Set Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select Camera 1.)
FFh
Receiver
ID
40h
20h
00h
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 1 is DAY/NIGHT Camera with Lens
(Set Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select Camera 1.)
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
40h
00h
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
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Command
u–G
Command
13 Narrow
field of
view at EV3000-D
camera 2 Response
Description
14
15
16
17
18
Focus
Command
Far
at
Camera
EV3000-D
1
Response
Description
Command
Focus
Near at
Camera
EV3000-D
1
Response
Description
Focus
Near
(Increme
nts
IR
Focus
closer) at
camera 2
Focus
Far
(Increme
nts
IR
Focus
farther)
at
camera 2
Set
Preset
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
Byte4 Byte5
20h
00h
Byte6
Byte7
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
FFh
Receiver
ID
40h
80h
00h
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 1 is DAY/NIGHT Camera with Lens
(Set Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select Camera 1.)
FFh
Receiver
ID
41h
00h
00h
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 1 is DAY/NIGHT Camera with Lens
(Set Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select Camera 1.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
01h
00h
00h
00h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
80h
00h
00h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
03h
00h
P_ID
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P_ID=00~7Fh,The Receiver Stores Current
Pan, Tilt, Zoom, Focus Position of Camera 1 in EEPROM.
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No
Command
19
Clear
Preset
20
21
22
23
24
Goto
Preset
Position
Byte1
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Turn off Command
Wiper at
Camera
EV3000-D
1
Response
Description
Turn on Command
Pump
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Turn off Command
Pump
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Receiver
ID
Byte3
00h
Byte4 Byte5 Byte6
05h
00h
P_ID
Byte7
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P_ID=00~7Fh,The Receiver Clears Current
Pan, Tilt, Zoom, Focus Position of Camera 1 in EEPROM.
Command
Turn on Command
Wiper at
Camera
EV3000-D
1
Response
Description
Byte2
Receiver
ID
00h
07h
00h
P_ID
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, P_ID=00~7Fh, The Pan, Tilt, Zoom & Focus
Position of Camera 1 Will be Moved to Stored Preset Position.
FFh
Receiver
ID
40h
09h
00h
09h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, 09h of Byte 6=Wiper of Camera 1. Camera 1
is DAY/NIGHT Camera with Lens (Set Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select
Camera 1 and The Wiper of Camera 1 Will be Driven for Several
Seconds)
FFh
Receiver
40h
00h
Checksum
0Bh
09h
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, 09h of Byte 6=Wiper of Camera 1. Camera 1
is DAY/NIGHT Camera with Lens (Set Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select
Camera 1 and The Wiper of Camera 1 Will be stopped.)
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
0Ah
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, 0Ah of Byte 6=Pump.The Pump Will be
Driven for Several Seconds.
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
0Ah
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, 0Ah of Byte 6=Pump. The Pump Will be
stopped.
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Command
u–G
25 Turn on Command
Wiper at
Camera
EV3000-D
2
Response
Description
26
27
28
29
30
Turn off Command
Wiper at
Camera
EV3000-D
2
Response
Description
Toggle
Polarity
Toggle
auto
span/His
togram
Linear
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
Byte4 Byte5
09h
00h
Byte6
Byte7
0Bh
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, 0Bh of Byte 6=Wiper of Camera 2. Camera 2
is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select Camera 2 and The
Wiper of Camera 2 Will be Driven for Several Seconds.)
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
0Bh
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, 0Bh of Byte 6=Wiper of Camera 2.Camera 2
is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of Byte3 to Select Camera 2 and The
Wiper of Camera 2 Will be stopped.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
01h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
NUC on Command
the
internal
EV3000-D
shutter
Response
Description
Menu
selection
one
position
down
Byte1
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
02h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2)
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
03h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
04h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
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Command
u–G
Command
31 Menu
selection
left
EV3000-D
pressed
Response
Description
32
33
34
35
36
Menu
selection
Right
pressed
Show
menu/ac
cept
Power
state on
Toggle
palette
Toggle
sensitivit
y
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
Byte4 Byte5
09h
00h
Byte6
Byte7
05h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
06h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
07h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
09h
00h
08h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
01h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
02h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
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Command
u–G
37 Toggle
Command
e-zoom
EV3000-D
Response
Description
38
39
40
41
42
One
position
up
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
Byte6
Byte7
03h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
04h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Move
menu
selection
left
released
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Move
menu
selection
Right
released
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
menu
selection
cancel/e
xit
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Power
state
sleep
Byte4 Byte5
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
05h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
06h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
07h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
08h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera(Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.)
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Command
u–G
Command
43 AGC
auto/on/
off
EV3000-D
Response
Description
44
45
46
47
48
Set
shutter
speed
Adjust
white
balance(
R-B)
Adjust
white
balance(
M-G)
Adjust
gain
Command
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Command
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
2Fh
00h
Byte6
Byte7
00~02h Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) Byte 6 = 1 (It will set to continuous auto
adjust),Byte6=2 (It will set to manual adjust)
FFh
Receiver
00h
00h 00~02h Checksum
37h
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh,Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) Select sensitivity in Byte 6.[0 – low,1 –
medium,2 - high]
FFh
Receiver 00~01h 3Bh
00h
00h
Checksum
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) NUC using the internal shutter.
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Receiver 00~01h
ID
3Dh
00h
00h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) NUC using an external surface.
Command
FFh
EV3000-D
Response
Description
u–•ŒG
Command
Adjust
auto iris
level
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Byte4 Byte5
Receiver 00~01h
ID
3Fh
00h
00h
Checksum
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) Set absolute gain.
FFh
Receiver 00~01h
ID
41h
00h
00h
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) Set absolute level.
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Command
u–G
Command
49 Camera
Power
on
at EV3000-D
camera 2 Response
Description
50
51
Camera
Command
Power
off
at EV3000-D
camera 2 Response
Description
Initialize
PAN/TI
LT
Command
EV3000-D
Response
Description
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
Byte4 Byte5
09h
00h
Byte6
Byte7
0Ch
Checksum
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) DC 12V IR power supply of Thermal
camera Will be electrically Turned On by EV3000-D Receiver
Without any command sending to thermal camera (default state).But
DC12V Defroster supply will always be turned on state.
FFh
Receiver
00h
00h
Checksum
0Bh
0Ch
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Camera 2 is Thermal Camera (Clear Bit 6 of
Byte3 to Select Camera 2.) DC 12V IR power supply of Thermal
camera Will be electrically Turned Off by EV3000-D Receiver
without any command sending to thermal camera. But DC12V
Defroster supply will always be turned on state.
FFh
Receiver
00h
00h
Checksum
0Fh
00h
ID
u–•ŒG
Receiver ID=00h~FEh, Pan/Tilt will go to Preset position No."0"
which is stored in EEPROM of EV3000-D receiver when
manufactured in factory.
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2.CommandListforThermalcamera(BasicformatisPELCOͲD): InternalCommunicationCommandsbetweenEV3000ͲDReceiverandThermal camera(4ͲBytescommandresponse) No
1
2
3
Command
Toggle Polarity
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
Command
FFh
00h
09h
Thermal
camera
Response
FFh
yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
Receiver
ID
18h
B9h
00h
09h
18h
B9h
00h
09h
18h
B9h
00h
09h
18h
B9h
00h
09h
18h
B9h
00h
09h
18h
B9h
00h
09h
18h
B9h
Toggle
auto Command
span/Histogram
Linear
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
NUC on the Command
internal shutter
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
Thermal
camera
Response
4
5
Menu selection Command
one
position
down
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
Menu selection Command
left pressed
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
Thermal
camera
Response
6
Menu selection Command
Right pressed
Thermal
camera
Response
7
Show
menu/accept
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
Byte4 Byte5
Byte6
Byte7
00h
01h
Checksum
00h
02h
Checksum
00h
03h
Checksum
00h
04h
Checksum
00h
05h
Checksum
00h
06h
Checksum
00h
07h
Checksum
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No
8
Command
Byte3
Byte4
Byte5
Byte6
Byte7
00h
09h
00h
08h
Checksum
18h
B9h
00h
0Bh
00h
01h
Checksum
18h
B9h
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
02h
Checksum
00h
0Eh
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
03h
Checksum
18h
B9h
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
04h
Checksum
18h
B9h
Move
menu Command
selection left
released
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
05h
Checksum
18h
B9h
Move
menu Command
selection Right
released
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
06h
Checksum
00h
12h
menu selection Command
cancel/exit
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
07h
Checksum
18h
B9h
Power state on
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
9
Toggle palette
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
10
Toggle
sensitivity
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
11
Toggle e-zoom
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
12
One
up
position Command
Thermal
camera
Response
13
14
15
Thermal
camera
Response
Byte1
Byte2
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
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No
16
Command
Byte3
Byte4
Byte5
Byte6
Byte7
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
0Bh
00h
08h
Checksum
18h
B9h
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
20h
00h
00h
Checksum
18h
B9h
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
40h
00h
00h
Checksum
18h
B9h
Focus
Near Command
(Increments IR
Focus closer)
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
01h
00h
00h
00h
Checksum
18h
B9h
Focus
Far Command
(Icrements IR
Focus farther)
Thermal
camera
Response
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
80h
00h
00h
Checksum
18h
B9h
AGC
auto/on/off
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
2Fh
18h
B9h
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G
pkG
FFh
Receiver
ID
00h
37h
18h
B9h
Power
sleep
state Command
Thermal
camera
Response
17
Narrow field of Command
view
Thermal
camera
Response
18
Wide field of Command
view
Thermal
camera
Response
19
20
21
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
22
Set
speed
shutter Command
Thermal
camera
Response
23
Adjust white Command
balance(R-B)
Thermal
camera
Response
Byte1
Byte2
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G 00~01h
pkG
FFh
Receiver
18h
ID
3Bh
00h
00~02h jŒŠ’šœ”
00h
00~02h jŒŠ’šœ”
00h
00h
B9h
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No
Command
24
Adjust white Command
balance(M-G)
Thermal
camera
Response
25
Adjust gain
Command
Thermal
camera
Response
26
Adjust auto iris Command
level
Thermal
camera
Response
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
Byte4
Byte5
Byte6
Byte7
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G 00~01h
pkG
FFh
Receiver
18h
ID
3Dh
00h
00h
jŒŠ’šœ”
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G 00~01h
pkG
FFh
Receiver
18h
ID
3Fh
00h
00h
jŒŠ’šœ”
mmG yŒŠŒŒ™G 00~01h
pkG
FFh
Receiver
18h
ID
41h
00h
00h
jŒŠ’šœ”
B9h
B9h
B9h
[NoteforByte2] Byte2isEV3000ͲDreceiveraddresswhichcanbeadjustedfrom"0~254".
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8. EV3000-D Address & Baud rate Setting
A) Baud rate Setting
- Set the Switch No.1 & No.2 of 8 POLE DIP Switch as bellows.
Baud rate
Switch No1
Switch No2
2400 BPS
OFF
OFF
4800 BPS
ON
OFF
9600 BPS
ON
ON
-
Default: 2400 BPS
B) Receiver Address Setting
- Set the SW3 and SW4 Hex-decimal Switches as bellows.
LSB SIDE (SW3):
Receiver address
(Decimal number)
15
28
100
-
NO. 0 TO NO.15,
MSB SIDE (SW4): NO. 16 TO NO. 255.
Sw4(Hexadecimal switch)
MSB of hex-decimal Number
“O” POSITION
“1” POSITION
“6” POSITION
Sw3(Hexadecimal switch)
LSB of hex-decimal Number
“F” POSITION
“C” POSITION
“4” POSITION
Default Address: Set to “1” at factory.
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9. WARRANTY
z Product Warranty
MODEL No.
EV3000-D
SERIAL No.
Date of
purchased
Place of
Purchased
n
a
m
c
e
u
st
a
o
d
m
d
e
r
r
e
s
s
If the product breaks down during proper use, it will be repaired within 1 year from the date of
purchase free of charge
Please contact us:
Tel. (413)592-8477
E-mail:
tech@unitedvisionsolutions.com
Http://www.unitedvisionsolutions.com
Address:
10 Center st., Suite 401 & 402, Chicopee, MA 01013 USA
(Pleas refer to our web-site)
date
Detail
Agency
Repairman
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Appendix A Care and Handling of EV3000-D
A.1 Cleaning Optics
Follow the lens cleaning instructions below.
a. Examine lens surfaces carefully.
NOTE: Removal of the thin film coating will seriously
degrade optical performance. A change in apparent color
indicates the loss of coating.
•
Remove all dust and debris with a soft bristle brush.
•
Gently wipe the surface with a single stroke using pads
moistened with a 50/50 mixture of isopropyl alcohol and acetone.
CAUTION: DO NOT rub lens hard!
d. Drag lightly across surface just fast enough for the liquid to evaporate
behind the moving pad. Refer to the figure on the next page.
This should leave no streaks.
CAUTION: DO NOT clean the lens in a circular motion!
Follow above procedure with dust cloth to remove any remaining dust.
A.2 Other External Surfaces
Clean as required with nonabrasive household cleaner.
A.3 Handling
Use care to ensure that the EV3000-D is not excessively bumped or
dropped. Even though the EV3000-D is a rugged instrument, it should be
treated very carefully like any other sophisticated camera.
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Appendix B
Glossary
Atmospheric Attenuation – The amount of radiated IR energy that is absorbed by the atmosphere.
It is a function
of the temperature and humidity, particles in the air (i.e. fog, smoke, smog, etc.) and wavelength, among other factors.
CCIR - Video standard for monochrome, 50 field/sec interlaced video output (i.e. European standard black and white
video).
Critical Dimension – The dimension of a target used in calculating the DRI performance.
It is a function of length,
width and height, as well as what face of the target is presented to the imager.
DRI (Detection-Recognition-Identification) – A method of characterizing the range performance of a thermal
imager according to a standard set of criteria using a standard atmospheric model, and a target of alternating black
and white stripe (cycles) at different temperatures.
Detection – The minimum distance at which an imager can reproduce a single cycle (black/white stripe) of a target.
Typically used to represent the distance at which the imager can first detect a given target (i.e. a hot blob). In addition
to the imager, the detection range is also a function of the target size and temperature difference from the background.
Field of View (FOV) – The area in space that is seen by the lens of a thermal imager.
and specified for both horizontal and vertical dimensions.
Usually expressed in degrees,
The FOV is a characteristic of the lens.
FLIR 92 – A set of standards defined by the Night Vision Laboratories for calculating DRI information.
F-Number – Focal Length/Diameter of Lens (same as in a visible lens). A lower F-number means that more IR
radiation passes through, but the lens is larger.
Focal Plane Array (FPA) – An integrated circuit with a two dimensional matrix of detector elements
that sits in the focal plane of the thermal imager. An imager that uses an FPA is referred to as a “staring”
imager because the entire array stares at the scene to collect IR energy to make an image.
Hyperfocal Distance – The distance beyond which all objects are in focus when an imagers’ focus adjust
is set to infinity.
Infrared Imager – An Instrument that collects infrared energy and produces a video image where the
gray scale values correspond to differences in temperature.
Indium Antimonide (InSB) – Semiconductor material used in the fabrication of a cooled FPA.
Typically pronounced “Inns-Bee”, these detectors must be cooled to 77°K to operate.
Identification – The distance at which an imager can resolve six cycles across a given target. Used to
describe the distance at which a target can be clearly identified (in the case of a truck, the ability to
discriminate between a T-72 and a Humvee). In addition to the imager, the recognition range is also a
function of the target size and temperature difference from the background.
Infrared (IR) – The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum located just above visible light. The
infrared spectrum extends from just above red (0.7 micron) to about 12 micron.
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Instantaneous Field of View (IFOV) - A measure of the spatial resolution of an IR detector. It is
defined as the angle seen by an individual pixel in the FPA and is measured in milliradians.
Kelvin Temperature Scale - Absolute temperature scale related to the Celsius (or Centigrade) scale. 0°
Kelvin (absolute zero) is equal to -273° C. The units of Kelvin are equal to Centigrade degrees.
Therefore, room temperature (23°C) is equal to 296° K.
Long Wave Infra Red (LWIR) - The section of the infrared band from 7 microns to 12 microns.
Micro-Cooler - A miniature Sterling Cycle cooler used to provide cryogenic temperatures for the Focal
Plane Array.
Micron – One millionth of a meter (10-6 m); Micron units are used to express the wavelength of light.
Milliradian (mr) – A measure of angle equal to one thousandth of a radian (1 radian = 180°/pi).
Typically used to express the IFOV of an imager (1 mr = 0.0573°).
Mid Wave Infra Red (MWIR) – The portion of the infrared spectrum from 3 to 5 microns.
Minimum Resolvable Temperature Difference (MRTD) – A figure of merit for a particular FPA based
imager, it defines the minimum temperature difference that can be resolved by the detector.
Narcissus Reflection - The reflection back into the image of the cooled detector.
Because the detector
is cooled to cryogenic temperatures, it will reflect back as an intense spot in the center of the image (black
spot in white-hot mode).
Narrow Field of View (NFOV) – In a dual field of view lens, the NFOV is the smaller of the two fields
(more magnification) and is used for identification, recognition and detection at longer ranges.
Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference (NETD) – A figure of merit for an FPA based imager, it
defines the temperature difference that produces a signal just equal to the RMS noise signal.
Non-Uniformity Correction – A built in correction routine that calculates a set of field correction
coefficients to apply to each pixel in the array to normalize their response for a given scene temperature.
NTSC – Video standard for color, 60 field/sec interlaced video output (i.e.
US standard color video). PAL - Video standard for color, 50 field/sec interlaced video output (i.e.
European standard color video).
Pixel – Abbreviation for Picture Element, or each individual element that comprises a picture. Typical
FPA’s are arrays of 640 x 480, 320 x 480, or 256 x 256 pixels.
Radian – The angular measurement equal to the ratio of the arc length of a circle divided by the radius.
A circumference of a complete circle is 2 pi times the radius, so a complete circle (360°) equal 2 pi
radians, and pi radians = 180°. 1 radian = 57.3°.
Recognition – The distance at which an imager can resolve three cycles across a given target. Typically
used to define the distance at which an imager can distinguish between a specific object in a group of
similar objects. In addition to the imager, the recognition range is also a function of the target size and
temperature difference from the background.
RS170 – Video standard for monochrome, 60 field/sec interlaced video output (i.e. US standard black and
white video).
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RS232 - Serial communication standard using two wires – transmit and receive – and a common ground.
Used for relatively short (<10 meter) cable runs.
RS422 – Serial communication standard using four wires – a transmit differential pair and a receive
differential pair. For use where transmission cable runs go beyond ten meters.
Short Wave Infra Red (SWIR)- The portion of the infrared spectrum from 0.70 microns to 3 microns.
Wide Field of View (WFOV) – In a dual field of view lens, the WFOV is the wider of the two fields
(less magnification) and is used for scanning a broader area at reduced resolution.
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