A-C4G-100-11(1)
Color Camera Module
Technical Manual
FCB-EX980S/EX980SP
FCB-EX980/EX980P
 2004 Sony Corporation
Table of Contents
Features ..................................................................... 3
Precautions ................................................................ 4
Locations of Controls ............................................... 5
Basic Functions ......................................................... 6
Overview of Functions ................................................ 6
Eclipse ...................................................................... 29
Eclipse of the Lens ................................................... 29
Spectral Sensitivity Characteristics .......................... 29
Vibration Specifications ............................................ 29
Key Switch Circuitry ................................................. 30
Key Function Specifications ..................................... 31
Initial Settings, Custom Preset and Backup ............. 33
Mode Condition ........................................................ 35
Command List ......................................................... 38
VISCA/RS-232C Commands ................................... 38
FCB Camera Commands ......................................... 44
Specifications .......................................................... 58
2
Overview
Features
• The CCD features 630,000 (NTSC) or 740,000 (PAL)
effective picture elements and an image stabilizer for
stable shooting with high-resolution. (only for FCBEX980S/EX980SP)
• The EX-view HADTM CCD features 380,000 (NTSC)
or 440,000 (PAL) effective picture elements and
high-sensitivity shooting. The minimum illumination
required is 1.0 lux (1/60 s (NTSC), 1/50 s (PAL), ICR
OFF). (only for FCB-EX980/980P)
• 26× optical zoom
• Supports external synchronization (V-lock).
• Adopts newly developed DSP for improved picture
quality when using the digital zoom or the slow
shutter.
• An infrared (IR) Cut-Filter can be disengaged from
the image path for increased sensitivity in low light
environments. The ICR will automatically engage
depending on the ambient light, allowing the camera
to be effective in day/night environment.
• VISCA is a communications protocol, which enables
the camera to be controlled remotely from a host
computer/controller.
• Six memory locations are provided to temporally
save and recall up to six sets of camera settings.
• Enhanced privacy zone masking (max. 24 blocks)
• E-FLIP function
• Alarm function
With consideration given environmental protection,
this module is designed to operate with low power
consumption and also incorporates lead-free and
halogen-free circuit boards.
3
Overview
Precautions
Software
Other
Use of the demonstration software developed by Sony
Corporation or use of the software with customer
developed application software may damage hardware,
the application program or the camera. Sony
Corporation is not liable for any damages under these
conditions.
Do not apply excessive voltage. (Use only the
specified voltage.) Otherwise, you may get an electric
shock or a fire may occur.
In case of abnormal operation, contact your authorized
Sony dealer or the store where you purchased the
product.
Operation
Start the camera control software on your computer
after you turn on the camera and the image is
displayed.
Operation and storage locations
Do not shoot images that are extremely bright (e.g.,
light sources, the sun, etc.) for long periods of time. Do
not use or store the camera in the following extreme
conditions:
• Extremely hot or cold places (operating temperature
0 ˚C to +40 ˚C (32 ˚F to 104 ˚F))
• Close to generators of powerful electromagnetic
radiation such as radio or TV transmitters
• Where it is subject to fluorescent light reflections
• Where it is subject to unstable (flickering, etc.)
lighting conditions
• Where it is subject to strong vibration
Care of the unit
Remove dust or dirt on the surface of the lens with a
blower (commercially available).
4
Locations of Controls
Locations of Controls
Main Unit
Front
Left side
4
CNN
CNN
5
S602
S601
6
1
Back
2
Bottom
7
3
1 Lens
2 CN902 jack
3 CN901 jack
CNN
4 CN601 jack (for key SW)
5 TELE button
6 WIDE button
7 Tripod screw holes
When a tripod is used, please use
10 mm (13/32 in.) screws to attach it
to the camera. Also, please be
sure to attach the tripod securely.
5
Basic Functions
Basic Functions
Overview of Functions
VISCA commands are the basis of camera control.
Timing Chart
As VISCA Command processing can only be carried
out one time in a Vertical cycle, it takes the maximum
1V cycle time for an ACK/Completion to be returned.
If the Command ACK/Completion communication
time can be cut shorter than the1V cycle time, then
every 1V cycle can receive a Command.
General Commands
Command
RxD
ACK Completion
TxD
Within 16.7msec(20msec*PAL)
Query Commands
Within 16.7msec(20msec*PAL)
Command
RxD
Completion
TxD
16 Byte
In general
• Power On/Off
Powers the camera on and off. When the power is off,
the camera is able to accept only the lowest level of
VISCA Commands; the display and other features are
turned off.
• I/F clear
Clears the Command buffer of the FCB camera.
Clearing the buffer can also be carried out from the
control application software when the power is on.
• Address set
VISCA is a protocol, which normally can support a
daisy chain of up to seven attached devices.
However, the FCB camera does not support
connection of cameras in a daisy chain. Therefore,
whenever a camera is connected for the first time, be
sure to use the address set to confirm the address.
• ID Write
Sets the camera ID.
• Mute
Blanks the screen and sends out a synchronizing
signal.
• Lens Initialize
Initializes the zoom and focus of the lens. Even when
power is already on, it initializes the zoom and the
focus.
• Comp Scan
A pixel blemish-masking feature, which can be made
to reevaluate overall CCD pixel blemishes and mask
severely flawed pixels automatically upon receiving
the COMP SCAN command. This feature helps to
mask the flaws found in CCD imagers, even after the
camera has been powered on for some time.
6
Basic Functions
Zoom
The FCB-EX980S/EX980SP/EX980/EX980P employs
a 26× optical zoom lens combined with a digital zoom
function; this camera allows you to zoom up to 312×.
• Optical 26×, f = 3.5 to 91 mm (F 1.6 to F 3.8)
The horizontal angle of view is approximately 54.2
degrees (wide end) to 2.2 degrees (tele end).
Digital Zoom enlarges the center of the subject by
expanding each image in both the vertical and
horizontal directions. When 312× zoom is used, the
number of effective picture elements in each direction
reduces to 1/12 and the overall resolution deteriorates.
You can activate the zoom in the following two ways
• By pressing the TELE or WIDE buttons on the
camera itself
• Using a VISCA Command
Using Standard Mode
Using Variable Mode
There are eight levels of zoom speed.
Direct Mode
Setting the zoom position enables quick
movement to the designated position.
Digital Zoom ON/OFF
In these standard and variable Speed Modes, it is necessary
to send Stop Command to stop the zoom operation.
• The Zoom Mode supports a Combined Mode and a
Separate Mode.
Combined Mode
This is the previously existing zoom method.
After the optical zoom has reached its maximum
level, the camera switches to Digital Zoom Mode.
Separate Mode
In this mode, Optical Zoom and Digital Zoom can
be operated separately. You can use digital zoom
magnification at any time from within any level of
optical magnification.
- Normal AF Mode
This is the normal mode for AF operations.
- Interval AF Mode
The mode used for AF movements carried out at
particular intervals. The time intervals for AF
movements and for the timing of the stops can be
set in one-second increments using the Set Time
Command. The initial value for both is set to five
seconds.
- Zoom Trigger Mode
When the zoom is changed with the TELE or the
WIDE buttons, the pre-set value (initially set at 5
seconds) becomes that for AF Mode. Then, it
stops.
AF sensitivity can be set to either Normal or LOW.
- Normal
Reaches the highest focus speed quickly. Use this
when shooting a subject that moves frequently.
Usually, this is the most appropriate mode.
- LOW
Improves the stability of the focus. When the
lighting level is low, the AF function does not take
effect, even though the brightness varies,
contributing to a stable image.
• Manual Focus Mode
Manual Focus has both a Standard Speed Mode and a
Variable Speed Mode. Standard Speed Mode focuses
at a fixed rate of speed. Variable Speed Mode has
eight speed levels that can be set using a VISCA
Command.
In these standard and variable Speed Modes, it is necessary to
send Stop Command to stop the zoom operation.
• One Push Trigger Mode
When a Trigger Command is sent, the lens moves to
adjust the focus for the subject. The focus lens then
holds that position until the next Trigger Command is
input.
• Infinity Mode
The lens is forcibly moved to a position suitable for
an unlimited distance.
• Near Limit Mode
Can be set in a range from 1000 (∞) to C000 (35 mm).
Focus
Focus has the following modes, all of which can be set
using VISCA Commands.
• Auto Focus Mode
The minimum focus distance is 35 mm at the optical
wide end and 800 mm at the optical tele end, and is
independent of the digital zoom.
The AutoFocus (AF) function automatically adjusts
the focus position to maximise the high frequency
content of the picture in a center measurement area,
taking into consideration the high luminance and
strong contrast components.
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Basic Functions
White Balance
White Balance has the following modes, all of which
can be set using VISCA Commands.
• Auto White Balance
This mode computes the white balance value output
using color information from the entire screen. It
outputs the proper value using the color temperature
radiating from a black subject based on a range of
values from 3000 to 7500K.
This mode is the factory setting.
• ATW
Auto Tracing White balance (2000 to 10000 K)
• Bright
Variable Iris and Gain (Close to F1.6, 17 steps at
0 dB: F1.6, 15 steps from 0 to 28 dB)
AE – Shutter priority
The shutter speed can be set freely by the user to a
total of 22 steps – 16 high speeds and 6 low speeds.
When the slow shutter is set, the speed can be 1/30s,
1
/15s, 1/8s, 1/4s, 1/2s, 1/1s. The picture output is read at a
normal rate from the memory. The memory is updated
at a low rate from the CCD. AF capability is low.
In high speed mode, the shutter speed can be set up to
1/10,000s. The iris and gain are set automatically,
according to the brightness of the subject.
• Indoor
3200 K Base Mode
Data
NTSC
PAL
15
10000
10000
• Outdoor
5800 K Base Mode
14
6000
6000
13
4000
3500
• One Push WB
The One Push White Balance mode is a fixed white
balance mode that may be automatically readjusted
only at the request of the user (One Push Trigger),
assuming that a white subject, in correct lighting
conditions, and occupying more than 1/2 of the
image, is submitted to the camera.
One Push White Balance data is lost when the power
is turned off. If the power is turned off, reset One
Push White Balance.
12
3000
2500
11
2000
1750
• Manual WB
Manual control of R and B gain, 256 steps each
Automatic Exposure Mode
The variety of AE functions, which allow video signal
to output the optimum image for subjects from low
light condition, to high light conditions, it is available.
• Full Auto
Auto Iris and Gain, Fixed Shutter Speed (NTSC: 1/60
sec., PAL: 1/50 sec.)
• Shutter Priority 1)
Variable Shutter Speed, Auto Iris and Gain
(1/1 to 1/10,000 sec., 22 steps, std. shutter: 16 steps,
slow shutter: 6 steps)
1)Flicker can be eliminated by setting shutter to
t1/100s for NTSC models used in countries with a 50 Hz
power supply frequency
t1/120s for PAL models used in countries with a 60 Hz
power supply frequency
• Iris Priority
Variable Iris (F1.6 to Close, 18 steps), Auto Gain and
Shutter speed
• Manual
Variable Shutter, Iris and Gain
10
1500
1250
0F
1000
1000
0E
725
600
0D
500
425
0C
350
300
0B
250
215
0A
180
150
09
125
120
08
100
100
07
90
75
06
60
50
05
30
25
04
15
12
03
8
6
02
4
3
01
2
2
00
1
1
AE – Iris priority
The iris can be set freely by the user to 18 steps
between F1.6 and Close.
The gain and shutter speed are set automatically,
according to the brightness of the subject.
Data
Setting value
Data
Setting value
11
F1.6
08
F8
10
F2
07
F9.6
0F
F2.4
06
F11
0E
F2.8
05
F14
0D
F3.4
04
F16
0C
F4
03
F19
0B
F4.8
02
F22
0A
F5.6
01
F28
09
F6.8
00
CLOSE
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Basic Functions
AE – Manual
The shutter speed (22 steps), iris (18 steps) and gain
(16 steps) can be set freely by the user.
When switching from the Shutter Priority mode to the
Bright mode, the shutter speed set in the Shutter
Priority mode is maintained.
AE – Bright
The bright control function adjusts both gain and iris
using an internal algorithm, according to a brightness
level freely set by the user. Exposure is controlled by
gain when dark, and by iris when bright.
As both gain and iris are fixed, this mode is used when
exposing at a fixed camera sensitivity. When switching
from Full Auto or Shutter Priority Mode to Bright
Mode, the current status will be retained for a short
period of time.
Only when the AE mode is set to “Full Auto” or
“Shutter Priority,” can you switch it to “Bright.”
Spot Exposure Mode
In Full Auto AE, the level for the entire screen is
computed and the optimum Auto Iris and Gain levels
are determined. In Spot AE, a particular section of the
subject can be designated, and then that portion of the
image can be weighted and a value computed so that
Iris and Gain can be optimized to obtain an image.
For example, in an image with a lot of movement and
with varying levels of brightness, portions without
much change can be designated as such a “spot,” and
changes to the screen can be minimized in that area.
As shown in the diagram below, a range of 16 blocks
vertically and 16 blocks horizontally can be
designated.
In the case where the center is designated (shown in
black), the level is computed along with a weighted
value for the surrounding block (shaded), including the
specified portions; and then the Gain and Iris are set.
The value of the designated portions and the
surrounding areas should be calculated as 90%, the rest
should be set to 10%. The range of the Spot AE frame
is fixed to 5 blocks vertically and 4 blocks
horizontally.
Gain
IRIS AGC
OPEN MAX
IRIS curve
Gain curve
CLOSE MIN
Dark
Bright
Controlled
by gain
Controlled by IRIS
Horizontal 16
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
Bright limit which controllable
for this unit
Vertical 16
Data
Iris
Gain
Data
Iris
Gain
1F
F1.6
28 dB
0F
F2.4
0 dB
1E
F1.6
26 dB
0E
F2.8
0 dB
1D
F1.6
24 dB
0D
F3.4
0 dB
1C
F1.6
22 dB
0C
F4
0 dB
1B
F1.6
20 dB
0B
F4.8
0 dB
1A
F1.6
18 dB
0A
F5.6
0 dB
19
F1.6
16 dB
09
F6.8
0 dB
18
F1.6
14 dB
08
F8
0 dB
17
F1.6
12 dB
07
F9.6
0 dB
16
F1.6
10 dB
06
F11
0 dB
15
F1.6
8 dB
05
F14
0 dB
14
F1.6
6 dB
04
F16
0 dB
13
F1.6
4 dB
03
F19
0 dB
12
F1.6
2 dB
02
F22
0 dB
11
F1.6
0 dB
01
F28
0 dB
10
F2
0 dB
00
CLOSE
0 dB
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
(8,8)
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Basic Functions
Exposure Compensation
Auto ICR Mode
Exposure compensation is a function which offsets the
internal reference brightness level used in the AE
mode, by steps of 1.5 dB.
Auto ICR Mode automatically switches the settings
needed for attaching or removing the IR Cut Filter.
With a set level of darkness, the IR Cut Filter is
automatically disabled (ICR ON), and the infrared
sensitivity is increased. With a set level of brightness,
the IR Cut Filter is automatically enabled (ICR OFF).
Also, on systems equipped with an IR light, the
internal data of the camera is used to make the proper
decisions to avoid malfunctions.
Data
Step
Setting value
0E
7
10.5 dB
0D
6
9 dB
0C
5
7.5 dB
0B
4
6 dB
0A
3
4.5 dB
09
2
3 dB
08
1
1.5 dB
07
0
0 dB
06
–1
–1.5 dB
05
–2
–3 dB
04
–3
–4.5 dB
03
–4
–6 dB
02
–5
–7.5 dB
01
–6
–9 dB
00
–7
–10.5 dB
When Auto Slow Shutter is OFF (initial setting)
AGC
MAX
ICR
Shutter 1/60 sec
IRIS
OPEN
GAIN
IRIS
ICR ON
SHUTTER
Dark
Bright
ICR OFF t ON
Aperture Control
Aperture control is a function which adjusts the
enhancement of the edges of objects in the picture.
There are 16 levels of adjustment, starting from “no
enhancement.” When shooting text, this control may
help by making them sharper.
When Auto Slow Shutter is ON
ICR
ON Slow
Shutter
AGC
MAX
IRIS
OPEN
MAX
GAIN
IRIS
Back Light Compensation
SHUTTER
When the background of the subject is too bright, or
when the subject is too dark due to shooting in the AE
mode, back light compensation will make the subject
appear clearer.
ICR
ON
Dark
Slow
Shutter
Bright
ICR OFF t ON
Slow shutter – Auto/Manual
When set to “Auto,” ensures that the slow shutter is set
automatically when the brightness drops. Effective
only when the AE mode is set to “Full Auto.”
Set to “Slow Shutter Manual” at shipment.
Note
When in Auto_ICR_OFF state and WB data is added (default), a
malfunction may occur when the subjects largely consisting of blue
and red colors are taken.
ICR (IR Cut-Removable) Mode
An infrared (IR) Cut-Filter can be disengaged from the
image path for increased sensitivity in low light
environments. The ICR will automatically engage
depending on the ambient light, allowing the camera to
be effective in day/night environments.
When the ICR Cut-Filter is ON, the image becomes
black and white.
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Basic Functions
Camera ID
The ID can be set up to 65,536 (0000 to FFFF). As this
will be memorized in the nonvolatile memory inside,
data will be saved regardless of whether it has been
backed up.
Effect
It consists of the following functions.
• Neg. Art: Negative/Positive Reversal
• Black White: Monochrome Image
Others
E-FLIP
This function turns the video output from the camera
upside down.
Mirror image
This function reverses the video output from the
camera horizontally.
Freeze
This function captures an image in the field memory of
the camera so that this image can be output
continuously.
Because communication inside the camera is based on V
cycle, the captured image is always the one 3V to 4Vs after
the sending of a Command. Thus, you can not specify a time
period after sending EVEN, ODD or a Command.
The Image Stabilizer Function
When the Image Stabilizer Function is ON, it helps in
obtaining a stable image free of vibration caused by
jarring movements. For a vibration frequency of
around 10 Hz, correction is approximately 90%.
Note
Be advised that, when using systems equipped with Pan and Tilt
functions, quick starts and stops are corrected for, causing a
different movement from that of the normal image.
Memory (Position preset)
Using the position preset function, 6 sets of camera
shooting conditions can be stored and recalled.
This function allows you to achieve the desired status
instantly, even without adjusting the following items
each time.
• Zoom Position
• Digital Zoom On/Off
• Focus Auto/Manual
• Focus Position
• AE Mode
• Shutter control parameters
• Bright Control
• Iris control parameters
• Gain control parameters
• Exposure Compensation On/Off
• Exposure Level
• Backlight Compensation On/Off
• Slow Shutter Auto/Manual
• White Balance Mode
• R/B Gain
• Aperture
• ICR Shoot On/Off
Custom Preset
As with the positon preset function, the camera
shooting conditions can be stored and recalled. The
settings are recalled when the power is turned on. For
setting items, see the “Initial Settings, Custom Preset
and Backup” section on page 33.
User Memory Area
A user area of 16 bytes allows you to write data, such
as an ID for each customer, data for each system, and
so on, freely.
Note
Rewriting of memory is not unlimited. Be careful to avoid using
the memory area for such as unnecessary tasks as rewriting the
contents of the memory for every operation.
Privacy Zone Settings
For details, see page 13.
Alarm
For details, see page 17.
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Basic Functions
Title Display
Synchronization methods
The camera can be given a title containing up to 20
characters such as “ENTRANCE” or “LOBBY”. The
position of the first character (horizontal, vertical) of
the title, blinking state, and color can also be changed.
Internal and external synchronization are available;
VISCA Commands allow you to switch between them.
Vposition
00 to 0A
Hposition
00 to 17
00: Does not blink
Blink
• External synchronization (V-Lock Synchronization)
When a TTL level V-Lock pulse is input, the camera
synchronizes to the input signal (V-lock
synchronization). The frequency of the input signal
synchronizes to within ±1Hz of the external
synchronization.
Also, V-Phase phase adjustment can be carried out to
within ±90 degrees due to the V-Lock phase
adjustment. In addition, 360 degree phase adjustment
is possible because you can switch between 0 degree
and 180 degree phases.
01: Blinks
Color
00
White
01
Yellow
02
Violet
03
Red
04
Cyan
05
Green
06
Blue
• Internal synchronization
An internal vibrator inside the camera generates a
synchronizing signal as a basic oscillator.
NTSC=28.636363MHz
PAL=28.375MHz
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
08
09
0a
0b
0c
0d
0e
0f
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
18
19
1a
1b
1c
1d
1e
1f
Y
Z
&
?
!
1
2
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
28
29
2a
2b
2c
2d
2e
2f
À
È
Ì
Ò
Ù
Á
É
Í
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Ó
Ú
Â
Ê
Ô
Æ
Œ
Ã
38
39
3a
3b
3c
3d
3e
3f
Õ
Ñ
Ç
ß
Ä
Ï
Ö
Ü
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
Å
$
F
¥
DM
£
¿
¡
48
49
4a
4b
4c
4d
4e
4f
ø
“
:
‘
.
,
/
-
Because V-Lock synchronization is a simple synchronization
method, color signals like a VBS “GenLock” cannot be
synchronized.
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Basic Functions
Privacy Zone Masking Function
Features
Privacy Zone masking protects private objects and
areas such as house windows, entrances, and exits
which are within the camera’s range of vision but not
subject to surveillance.
Privacy zone masking can be masked on the monitor to
protect privacy.
• Mask can be set on up to 24 places according to Pan/
Tilt positions.
• Mask can be displayed on 8 places per screen
simultaneously.
• Privacy Zones are displayed according to priority in
alphabetical order.
• Individual on/off zone masking settings.
• Two colors from among 28 colors can be individually
set for each of 24 privacy zones.
• Interlocking control with zooming.
• Interlocking control with Pan/Tilt.
• Set the masking moving speed.
• Non-interlocking control with Pan/Tilt.
Timing chart
8x 01 .. .. FF
(Mask Setting Command)
1V
Setting command is reflected
at this timing.
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Basic Functions
Privacy Zone Setting Command List
Command Set
Command
Command Packet
CAM_PrivacyZone
SetMask
8x 01 04 76 mm nn
0r 0r 0s 0s FF
Setting Mask(Size)
See “mm: mask setting list”, “nn: setting”, and
“rr: w, ss: h” in “Parameters” on page 15.
Display
8x 01 04 77 pp pp pp pp FF
Setting Mask Display On/Off
See “pp pp pp pp: Mask bit” in “Parameters”
on page 15.
pp pp pp pp: Mask setting (0: OFF, 1: ON)
SetMaskColor
8x 01 04 78 pp pp pp pp qq rr FF
Setting Color of Mask
See “pp pp pp pp: Mask bit” and “qq, rr: Color
code” in “Parameters” on page 15.
qq: Color setting when setting the Mask bit
to 0
rr: Color setting when setting the Mask bit
to 1
SetPanTiltAngle
8x 01 04 79 0p 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q FF
Setting Pan/Tilt Angle
See “Setting pan/tilt angle” in “Parameters” on
page 15.
ppp: Pan angle, qqq: Tilt angle
SetPTZMask
8x 01 04 7B mm 0p 0p 0p
0q 0q 0q 0r 0r 0r 0r FF
Setting the direct position of PTZ
mm: See “mm: mask setting list” and “Setting
pan/tilt angle” in “Parameters” on page 15.
ppp: Pan , qqq: Tilt , rrrr: Zoom
Comments
Non_InterlockMask 8x 01 04 6F mm
0p 0p 0q 0q 0r 0r 0s 0s FF
Setting non-interlocking the mask to pan/tilt
See “mm: mask setting list” and “pp:x, qq:y,
rr:w, ss:h” in “Parameters” on page 15.
Grid On
8x 01 04 7C 02 FF
Setting Grid Display On/Off
Grid Off
8x 01 04 7C 03 FF
CenterLineOn
8x 01 04 7C 04 FF
Setting the center line On
Privacy Zone Inquiry Command List
Inquiry Command Command Packet
Inquiry Packet
CAM_Privacy
DisplayInq
8x 09 04 77 FF
y0 50 pp pp pp pp FF
Inquiry about the status of Setting Mask
Display On/Off
See “pp pp pp pp: Mask bit” in “Parameters”
on page 15.
1:On, 0:Off
CAM_PrivacyPan
TiltInq
8x 09 04 79 FF
y0 50 0p 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q FF
Inquiry about the pan/tilt position currently set
See “Setting pan/tilt angle” in “Parameters” on
page 15.
ppp: Pan, qqq: Tilt
CAM_Privacy
PTZInq
8x 09 04 7B mm FF y0 50 0p 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q 0r 0r
0r 0r FF
CAM_Privacy
MonitorInq
8x 09 04 6F FF
y0 50 pp pp pp pp FF
Comments
Inquiry about pan/tilt/zoom position at the mm
Mask setting
See “mm: Mask setting list” and “Setting pan/
tilt angle” in “Parameters” on page 15.
ppp: Pan Position,
qqq: Tilt Position
rrrr: Zoom Position
Inquiry about the mask currently displayed
See “pp pp pp pp: Mask bit” in “Parameters”
on page 15.
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Basic Functions
Parameters
mm: Mask setting list
nn:Setting
Mask Name
mm (Hex)
Mask Name
Mask_A
00h
Mask_B
01h
Mask_C
mm (Hex)
nn
Setting
Mask_M
0Ch
00
Mask_N
0Dh
Resetting the zone size (the value of w,h)
for the existing mask.
02h
Mask_O
0Eh
01
Mask_D
03h
Mask_P
0Fh
Setting newly the zone size (the value of
w,h).
Mask_E
04h
Mask_Q
10h
Mask_F
05h
Mask_R
11h
Mask_G
06h
Mask_S
12h
Mask_H
07h
Mask_T
13h
Mask_I
08h
Mask_U
14h
Mask_J
09h
Mask_V
15h
Mask_K
0Ah
Mask_W
16h
Mask_L
0Bh
Mask_X
17h
pp: x, qq: y, rr: w, ss: h
160
3Ch
mask
h w
0 (x,y)
120
Note
B0h
50h
The priority order of the mask display is in the sequence from A
(highest) to X (lowest).
When you set the parameters of masks non-sequentially, it is
recommended that you set the mask whose priority order is higher,
first.
C4h
Effective display area
pp pp pp pp: Mask bit
pp
pp
pp
pp
bit
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Mask
- - X W V U T S - - R Q P O N M - - L K J I H G - - F E D C B A
The “-” must be “0”.
Setting pan/tilt angle
qq, rr: Color code
Mask (Color)
Code (qq, rr)
Semi-transparency (qq, rr)
Black
00h
10h
Gray1
01h
11h
Gray2
02h
12h
-180
-90
800h
C00h
Gray3
03h
13h
Gray4
04h
14h
Gray5
05h
15h
Gray6
06h
16h
White
07h
17h
Red
08h
18h
Green
09h
19h
Blue
0Ah
1Ah
Cyan
0Bh
1Bh
Yellow
0Ch
1Ch
Magenta
0Dh
1Dh
Angle/Parameter of Angle (ppp, qqq)
0
90
180
400h
800h
Set the angle resolution to 360 (degree)/4096 (1000h).
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Basic Functions
Details of Setting Commands
Set Mask
Command: 8x 01 04 76 mm nn 0r 0r 0s 0s FF
Parameters:
mm
Setting Mask
See “mm: mask setting list” in “Parameters” on page 15.
nn
Selects new setting or resetting for the zone. See nn:
Setting” in “Parameters” on page 15.
rr
Sets the half value “w” of the Mask Width.
ss
Sets the half value “h” of the Mask Height.
See “pp: x, qq: y, rr: w, ss: h” in “Parameters” on page 15.
Comments: To set the mask, first display the object
at the center of the screen. When “nn” is set to 1,
the current Pan/Tilt/Zoom position is recorded in
internal memory.
When “nn” is set to 0, the Pan/Tilt/Zoom position
in memory is not changed.
Notes
• The tilt angle at which you can set the mask is between –70 to
+70 degrees.
• It is recommended that you set the size to at least twice the size
of the object (height and width).
Set Display
Command: 8x 01 04 77 pp pp pp pp FF
Parameter:
Comments: Two different color masks can be
chosen.
The colors can be chosen from among 14 colors
including the possibility for semi-transparency of
each color. Therefore two colors from among the
total of 28 colors can be individually set for each
of 24 privacy zones.
If the bit of parameter (pp pp pp pp) is set to “0”,
mask color will be “qq” color (Color code). If the
bit of parameter (pp pp pp pp) is set to “1”, the
mask color will be “rr” color (Color code).
Example: 8x 01 04 78 00 00 00 03 10 07 FF
The mask color of Mask_A and Mask_B is White
(color code 07h), and the mask color of the other
Mask (C to X) is semi-transparent Black (color
code 10h).
Set Pan Tilt Angle
Command: 8x 01 04 79 0p 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q FF
Parameter:
ppp
Pan Angle
qqq
Tilt Angle
See “Setting pan/tilt angle” in “Parameters” on page
15.
Comments: Pan/Tilt angle settings are hexadecimal
data.
The resolution of Pan/Tilt angle is 0.088 degrees.
Note
pp pp pp pp Each 24 Privacy Zones corresponds to 1 bit.
See “pp pp pp pp: Mask bit” in “Parameters” on
page 15.
Comments: Each of 24 Privacy zones can be
switched on and off individually by a single
VISCA command. If you want to display a
Privacy zone, you must set its bit to 1. If you do
not want to display a Privacy zone, you must set
its bit to 0.
Set Mask Color
Command: 8x 01 04 78 pp pp pp pp qq rr FF
Parameter:
pp pp pp pp Each 24 Privacy Zones correspond with the BIT.
See “pp pp pp pp: Mask bit” in “Parameters” on
page 15.
qq
Set the color code include the semi-transparency
code.
rr
Set the color code include the semi-transparency
code. See “qq, rr: Color code” in “Parameters” on
page 15.
When you set the pan/tilt angle, locate the pan/tilt position at the
center point of the FCB camera’s position.
Non Interlock Mask
Command: 8x 01 04 6F mm 0p 0p 0q 0q 0r 0r 0s 0s
FF
Parameters:
mm
Setting Mask
See “mm: mask setting list” in “Parameters” on page 15.
pp
Sets the center position “x” of the Mask on screen.
qq
Sets the center position “y” of the Mask on screen.
rr
Sets the half value “w” of the Mask Width.
ss
Sets the half value “h” of the Mask Height.
See “pp: x, qq: y, rr: w, ss: h” in “Parameters” on page 15.
Commands: Mask does not interlock with pan/tilt.
The limitations of parameters are as follows.
(hexadecimal representation)
x: ±50h
w: ±50h
y: ±3ch
h: ±3ch
Note
When the Set Mask command and the Non Interlock Mask
command are set to the same mask, the command set later
becomes effective.
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Basic Functions
Grid
Alarm Function
Use the grid displayed on the screen to set mask
positions (see the figure below).
By executing the Center Line On command, only the x
and y axes of the center are displayed. Grids lines
disappear.
This function instructs the camera to detect movement
within the monitoring area and then send an alarm
signal automatically.
A High level signal is output when camera detects
movement inside the monitoring area. A Low level
signal is output when object stops moving.
However, when the mode is set to “DAY/NIGHT”, the
High level signal is output for dark and the Low level
signal is output for bright.
The Detect signal goes out through the serial command
(VISCA) communication line.
14hex (20(10))
14hex (20(10))
Example
1. A door is motionless, so the Detect Level is Low.
2. At the moment when the door is opened by
someone, the Detect Level goes to High.
3. The Detect Level is High while the shooting object
is moving.
4. When the door is closed, Detect Level goes to Low
again, or signals are output only once at the time of
switching between High Level and Low Level.
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Basic Functions
ALARM Setting Command List
Command Set
Command
Command Packet
Comments
CAM _ Alarm
On
8x 01 04 6B 02 FF
Alarm start
Off
8x 01 04 6B 03 FF
Alarm stop
Set Mode
8x 01 04 6C pp FF
Mode Setting
*Select one from 13 modes
Set Day Night Level
8x 01 04 6D 0p 0p 0p
0q 0q 0q FF
ppp: Day distinction AE level
qqq: Night distinction AE level.
90 07 04 6B 01 FF
High signal output
(Low t High edge)
90 07 04 6B 00 FF
Low signal output
(High t Low edge)
VISCA Mode Code (pp) Details of Mode
00
Set the internal focus position. When focus movement is detected, the detect signal is High. When focus goes
back to the previous position, the detect signal is Low.
01
Set a fixed period of time. When focus does not move during the time, the focus position is memorized as a
rest position and the detect signal is Low.
When focus moves, the detect signal is High. Afterwards when focus does not move for the fixed period of
time, the focus position is memorized and the detect signal becomes Low.
02
Set the internal AE Level. When AE movement is detected, the detect signal is High. When AE Level goes
back to the previous level, the detect signal is Low.
03
Set a fixed period of time. When AE Level does not change during this time, the AE value is memorized as a
rest value and the detect signal is Low.
When AE value changes, the detect signal is High.
Afterwards when AE value does not change for the fixed period of time, the AE value is memorized and the
detect signal becomes Low.
04
mode “00” and mode “02”
05
mode “00” and mode “03”
06
mode “01” and mode “02”
07
mode “01” and mode “03”
08
mode “00” or mode “02”
09
mode “00” or mode “03”
0A
mode “01” or mode “02”
0B
mode “01” or mode “03”
0C
Day-Night Mode
ALARM Inquiry Command List
Inquiry Command
Command Packet
Inquiry Packet
Comments
CAM _ Alarm Inq
8x 09 04 6B FF
y0 50 02 FF
On
y0 50 03 FF
Off
CAM _ Alarm Mode Inq
8x 09 04 6C FF
y0 50 pp FF
pp: Alarm Mode
CAM_AlarmDayNightLevel Inq
8x 09 04 6D FF
y0 50 0p 0p 0p
0q 0q 0q 0r 0r 0r FF
ppp: Day setting AE Level
qqq; Night setting AE Level
rrr: Now AE Level
CAM_AlarmDetLevelInq
8x 09 04 6E FF
y0 50 01 FF
y0 50 00 FF
Detect Level is High.
Detect Level is Low.
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Basic Functions
Flowchart of 12 Modes Function
Mode “00”
Set the Focus Position
Hysteresis.
Set to the factory preset
Alarm On
Focus Position into memory
AE moves
Focus moves outside of
the hysteresis.
*
High level signal output
* Repeat this loop until Alarm off.
Focus goes back to the
previous position.
Low level signal output
Far
Hysteresis
Focus
Position
Near
High
Low
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Basic Functions
Mode “01”
Alarm On
Focus Position into memory
Hysteresis is set to the factory
preset.
AE moves.
Focus moves outside of the
hysteresis.
*
High level signal output
* Repeat this loop until Alarm off.
AE does not move for
a period of time.
AE does not move for
a period of time.
Low level signal output
Update the Focus position data.
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Basic Functions
Mode “02”
Set to the factory preset
Set the AE level Hysteresis.
AE Level into memory
Alarm On
AE moves
AE moves outside of
the hysteresis.
*
High level signal output
* Repeat this loop until Alarm off.
AE goes back to the
previous level.
Low level signal output
Bright
Hysteresis
AE Level
Dark
High
Low
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Basic Functions
Mode “03”
Alarm On
AE level into memory
Hysteresis is set to the factory
preset.
AE moves.
AE moves outside of
the hysteresis.
High level signal output
*
* Repeat this loop until Alarm off.
AE does not move for
a period of time.
AE does not move for
a period of time.
Low level signal output
Update the AE level data
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Basic Functions
Details of Mode “01”/”03"
T1: Reset interval timer (5sec)
T2: Detect timer (2sec)
T3: High level signal count timer (2sec)
Alarm ON
Hysteresis
Reset
Focus Pos
AE Level
Reset
Reset
Reset
T1
T1
T1
T2
T3
High
Signal level
Low
Low
T1:
T2:
T3:
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Basic Functions
Mode “04”
High output result of mode “00”
High output result of mode “02”
High output
Low output
Mode “05”
High output result of mode “00”
High output result of mode “03”
High output
Low output
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Basic Functions
Mode “06”
High output result of mode “01”
High output result of mode “02”
High output
Low output
Mode “07”
High output result of mode “01”
High output result of mode “03”
High output
Low output
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Basic Functions
Mode “08”
High output result of mode “00”
High output result of mode “02”
High output
High output result of mode “02”
High output
High output
Low output
Mode “09”
High output result of mode “00”
High output result of mode “02”
High output
High output result of mode “03”
High output
High output
Low output
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Basic Functions
Mode “0A”
High output result of mode “01”
High output result of mode “02”
High output result of mode “02”
High output
High output
High output
Low output
Mode “0B”
High output result of mode “01”
High output result of mode “02”
High output
High output result of mode “03”
High output
High output
Low output
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Basic Functions
Day-Night Mode (Mode “0C”)
Set the Day-Night Mode and the Day/
Night AE level.
Setting by the VISCA Cmd.
Starting distinction between Day
and Night.
Alarm On
AE move
Yes
Brightness is higher than
Day AE level
No
Yes
No
Brightness is higher than Night
AE level
Yes
Low level signal output High
Low level signal output
level signal output
Bright
Day
AE level
Hysteresis
Night
AE level
Setting the period time
“t” to the factory preset
Dark
High
Signal level
Low
Low
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Basic Functions
Eclipse
When designing the housing, refer to the dimensional
allowance as shown in the figure below.
Spectral Sensitivity
Characteristics
13.13
FCB-EX980/EX980P
(30)
12.9˚
28.1˚
10.68
FCB-EX980S/EX980SP
Eclipse of the Lens
The eclipse phenomenon occurs with the FCB-980/
980P. This is because a sufficient amount of aperture is
not available due to the CCD size and the lens
structure of the FCB-980/980P. However, it has been
verified that the eclipse will not be visible in the case
of a more than 90 % effective image.
For your reference, see the following diagram.
B/20=5%
B/20=5%
A/20=5%
A
Vibration
Specifications
Test Method (Random vibration)
• Fix the camera at the four fixation points of the base
using M2 screws.
• Perform the random vibration test under the
following conditions in the X, Y and Z directions for
20 minutes in each direction.
• The camera vibration specification is to have no
malfunction after this test.
4.14 m2/s3
Power spectrum density 5 to 50 Hz
50 to 100 Hz –36 dB/oct
A/20=5%
B
: Normal scan display area
Effective overall value
14.3 m/s2
Test time
20 minutes
{0.043 G2/Hz}
{1.46 G}
: Under scan display area
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Basic Functions
Key Switch Circuitry
The circuitry shown below is an example. Note that all
switches in the figure do not function in all models.
For more information, refer to the command list, check
functions on the camera, or contact your Sony dealer.
S101
S112
S121
DZOOM
S102
DZOOM WIDE
S103
S104
12P
CN101
GND
DZOOM TELE
S113
S122
R119
1500
R145
27k
DZOOM MAX
S131
R128
2200
WIDE SLOW
TELE SLOW
TELE FAST
S114
S123
S132
S139
R107
1200
R115
1500
R124
2200
R131
3900
AF ON/OFF
a)
S152
R123
8200
R106
1200
WIDE FAST
S130
R114
27k
R105
8200
R101
3900
NEAR
FAR
ONE PUSH AF
INFINITY
S115
S124
S133
S140
S150
R108
1200
R116
1500
R125
2200
R132
3900
R142
8200
1
GND
2
KEY_AD0
3
KEY_AD1
4
KEY_AD2
5
KEY_AD3
6
KEY_AD4
7
KEY_AD5
8
KEY_AD6
9
AE AUTO
S105
AUTO WB
S106
KEY_AD7 10
NC 11
BRIGHT
SHUTTER
IRIS
BACK LIGHT
AUTO SLOW SHUTTER
S116
S127
S134
S141
S145
R109
1200
R117
1500
R126
2200
R133
3900
R137
8200
ONE PUSH WB
ATW
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
S117
S125
S135
S142
R104
1200
R113
1500
R122
2200
R134
3900
MANUAL WB
S151
S154
R144
27k
R147
27k
APERTRE UP
APERTRE DOWN
STROBE 12
FREEZE
S107
LR-REVEASE
S118
S126
S136
R118
1500
R127
2200
FREE KEY
S110
S119
POS0
S111
AF SENS
ICR ON/OFF
S137
POS3
S138
POS5
R140
8200
CUSTOM
S156
R148
27k
DOWN
EXEC
S149
R141
27k
POS PRESET
POS RESET
S147
R135
8200
S138
S148
R139
27k
S144
R129
3900
BRIGHT DOWN
S146
R136
8200
POS4
S129
R121
2200
BRIGHT UP
S143
R130
3900
POS2
S120
S155
R146
8200
UP
TITLE
S128
R112
1500
R103
1200
S153
R120
2200
POS1
MUTE
R143
3900
DISPLAY
R111
1500
R102
1200
S109
NEGA ART
R110
1200
FREE KEY
S108
BLACK&WHITE
R138
27k
S144
S147
a) The CN101 is connected to the CN601 on the FCB camera main unit.
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Basic Functions
Key Function Specifications
Classification
Name
Function
Button operation
Mode display
ZOOM
WIDE
Move ZOOM to WIDE side quickly.
Pressing repeatedly allowed.
ZOOM bar displayed
for 3 s.
WIDE SLOW Move ZOOM to WIDE side slowly.
Pressing repeatedly allowed.
ZOOM bar displayed
for 3 s.
TELE SLOW
Move ZOOM to TELE side slowly.
Pressing repeatedly allowed.
ZOOM bar displayed
for 3 s.
TELE FAST
Move ZOOM to TELE side quickly.
Pressing repeatedly allowed.
ZOOM bar displayed
for 3 s.
DZOOM
Turn on/off the mode for shifting from optical
MAX to electronic ZOOM in combined mode.
Switch on/off.
ZOOM bar displayed
for 3 s.
DZOOM
WIDE
Move the electronic ZOOM to WIDE side in
separate mode.
Pressing repeatedly allowed.
ZOOM bar displayed
for 3 s.
DZOOM
TELE
Move the electronic ZOOM to TELE side in
separate mode.
Pressing repeatedly allowed.
ZOOM bar displayed
for 3 s.
DZOOM
MAX
Switch the electronic ZOOM between 1× and
MAX in separate mode.
Switch between 1× and MAX ZOOM bar displayed
magnification.
for 3 s.
AF
Switch between Auto Focus and Manual Focus.
Switch between Auto and
Manual.
Manual F indication
NEAR
Move focus to NEAR side in Manual Focus
mode.
Pressing repeatedly allowed.
Near indication
FAR
Move focus to FAR side in Manual Focus mode. Pressing repeatedly allowed.
Far indication
ONE PUSH
AF
Perform AF operation once in Manual Focus
mode.
Request One Push AF.
Manual F indication
flashes while request
is made.
INFINITY
Move focus forcibly to Infinity resulting in
Manual Focus mode, regardless of the current
focus mode.
Request Infinity.
Far indication
AE AUTO
Switch to AE FULL Auto mode.
Request AE Full Auto.
No display
BRIGHT
Switch to variable brightness mode (BRIGHT),
depending on the conditions for mode shifting.
Request Bright mode.
Pressing Up/Down key
repeatedly allowed.
Bright bar display
SHUTTER
Shutter priority AE mode
Request shutter priority AE
mode.
Shutter code display
IRIS
Iris priority AE mode
Request iris priority AE
mode.
Iris code display
BACK
LIGHT
Switch backlight on/off.
Switch on/off.
Backlight indication
AUTO WB
Switch to AUTO WB mode.
Request Auto WB mode.
No display
ONE PUSH
WB
Switch to One Push WB mode when pressed
once and capture data when pressed 2nd time.
Request One Push WB mode One Push indication
and trigger.
flashes at 0.8 Hz
before capturing data,
at 3.2 Hz during
capturing, and stays lit
after capturing.
ATW
Switch to ATW mode.
Request AWB mode.
ATW display
INDOOR
Enable WB at 3200K in INDOOR mode.
Request Indoor mode.
Indoor indication
OUTDOOR
Enable WB at 5800K in OUTDOOR mode.
Request Outdoor mode.
Outdoor indication
MANUAL
WB
Switch to Manual WB mode.
Enable R control when pressed once and enable
B control when pressed 2nd time. Switchable
with UP/DOWN key.
Switch between R control
and B control in manual WB
mode./Pressing Up/Down
key repeatedly allowed.
“WB-MAN”
(character display)
D-ZOOM
FOCUS
AE
WB
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Basic Functions
Classification
Name
Function
Button operation
Mode display
FEATURE
FREEZE
Capture still image.
Switch on/off.
FREEZE indication
LRREVERSE
Horizontal reversal
Switch on/off.
Horizontal reversal
indication
BLACK &
WHITE
Black-and-white output
Switch on/off.
B&W display
NEGA ART
Negative art output
Switch on/off.
Neg Art display
MUTE
Mute video output
Switch on/off.
“MUTE” (character
display)
DISPLAY
Display
Switch on/off.
TITLE
Title setting
Request setting. t Setting
is started with Exec.
Pressing Up/Down key
repeatedly allowed.
Title setting screen
display
EXEC
Confirm title/clock settings.
Select with Up/Down and
confirm with Exec.
Setting screen selection
highlighted in yellow.
UP
Data UP key (priority for AE mode, Bright,
manual WB, title, and clock)
Request UP.
Selection highlighted.
DOWN
Data DOWN key (priority for AE mode, Bright,
manual WB, title, and clock)
Request DOWN.
Selection highlighted.
POS1
Recall preset position 1.
Request recall.
RECALL POS0
POS2
Recall preset position 2.
Request recall.
RECALL POS1
POS3
Recall preset position 3.
Request recall.
RECALL POS2
POS4
Recall preset position 4.
Request recall.
RECALL POS3
POS5
Recall preset position 5.
Request recall.
RECALL POS4
POS6
Recall preset position 6.
Request recall.
RECALL POS5
POS7
Recall custom preset.
Request recall.
RECALL
DISPLAY
UP/DOWN
PRESET
POS PRESET Write data.
Request setting. Enabled
Enabled when pressed together with POS button. when pressed together with
POS key.
Others
PRESET display
POS RESET
Request deletion. Enabled
Delete data.
Enabled when pressed together with POS button. when pressed together with
POS key.
RESET display
APERTURE
UP
Increase aperture (Aperture UP)
Request UP.
Aperture bar displayed
for 3 s.
AUTO SLOW Switch Auto Slow Shutter on/off.
SHUTTER
Switch on/off.
“ASS” (character
display)
APERTURE
DOWN
Request DOWN.
Aperture bar displayed
for 3 s.
Decrease aperture (Aperture DOWN)
AF
Switch AF sensitivity between Normal and Low. Switch between Normal and
SENSITIVITY
Low.
“SENS L” (character
display)
BRIGHT UP
Request UP./Pressing
Raise brightness setting (Bright UP)
(When not in Bright mode, switching to Bright mode repeatedly allowed.
is made automatically depending on the conditions.)
Bright bar display
BRIGHT
DOWN
Lower brightness setting (Bright DOWN)
Request DOWN./Pressing
(When not in Bright mode, switching to Bright mode repeatedly allowed.
is made automatically depending on the conditions.)
Bright bar display
ICR ON/OFF
Switch ICR mode on/off
Switch on/off
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Basic Functions
Initial Settings, Custom Preset and Backup
Initial settings for the various functions of the FCB
camera are indicated in the “Initial settings” column.
The “Custom preset” column indicates whether the
custom preset function can be used to store the
settings. The function enables the stored settings to be
recalled automatically when the camera is turned on.
The “Standby backup” column indicates whether the
data is preserved even when the camera is powered
OFF.
Mode/Position setting
Zoom Position
Initial settings
Custom
preset
Back up
at standby
Wide end
a
a
On
a
a
Combine
a
a
D-Zoom Position
00h
a
a
Focus Position
—
a
a
Focus Auto/Manual
Auto
a
a
Near Limit Setting
D-Zoom On/Off
D-Zoom Separate/Combine
8000h (40cm)
a
a
AF Sensitivity
Normal
a
a
AF Mode
Normal
a
a
AF Run Time
5 sec
a
a
AF Interval
5 sec
a
a
WB Mode
Auto
a
a
WB Data (Rgain, Bgain)
—
a
a
One Push WB Data
—
a
a
Full Auto
a
a
AE Mode
Manual
a
a
1/60sec (NTSC), 1/50sec (PAL)
a
a
Iris Position
—
a
a
Gain Position
—
a
a
Bright Position
—
a
a
Exposure Compensation On/Off
Off
a
a
Exposure Compensation Amount
±0
a
a
BackLight On/Off
Off
a
a
Spot AE On/Off
Off
a
a
X=8, Y=8
a
a
5
a
a
LR Reverse On/Off
Off
a
a
Freeze On/Off
Off
×
×
Picture Effect
Off
a
a
ICR On/Off
Off
a
a
Auto ICR On/Off
Off
a
a
Stabilizer On/Off
Off
a
a
Camera Memory
Same as the initial value setting
a
a
Display On/Off
Off
a
a
Mute On/Off
Off
×
×
Slow Shutter Mode
Shutter Position
Spot AE Position Setting
Aperture Level
A circle “a” in this column signifies that the data is preserved.
A cross “×” signifies that the data IS NOT preserved.
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Basic Functions
Initial settings
Custom
preset
Back up
at standby
Title Display On/Off
Off
a
a
Title Setting
—
a
a
Mask Setting
—
a
a
Mask Display On/Off
Off
a
a
Mask Color Setting
—
a
a
Alarm On/Off
Off
a
a
Alarm Mode
—
a
a
Alarm Detect Level
—
a
a
E-Flip On/Off
Off
a
a
Privacy Zone On/Off
Off
a
a
Privacy Zone Setting
—
a
a
Mode/Position setting
Key Lock On/Off
Camera ID
External Lock Mode
V-Phase
V-Phase Phase Inversion
Off
a
a
0000h
a
a
Internal
a
a
Vsync edge position
a
a
No inversion
a
a
A circle “a” in this column signifies that the data is preserved.
A cross “×” signifies that the data IS NOT preserved.
Note
The number of times written to EEPROM (when Custom Preset is
executed) is limited.
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a
a
Power On/Off
Initializing
×
×
×
×
×
×
Zoom Direct
Zoom Focus Direct
×
×
×
×
Lens Initialize
Comp Scan
* × during recalling from key
×
×
×
×
Camera Memory Set/Reset
Camera Memory Recall
×
×
×
×
AF Mode Norm/Interval/Zoom
×
×
AF Sensitivity Normal/Low
AF Activation Time/Interval Setting
×
×
×
×
Focus Infinity
×
×
×
×
Focus Auto/Manual
One Push AF
Focus Near Limit
×
×
×
×
Focus Far/Near/Stop
Focus Direct
×
×
D-Zoom Direct
×
×
×
×
D-Zoom Tele/Wide/Stop
D-Zoom ×1/Max
×
×
×
×
D-Zoom On/Off
D-Zoom Separate/Combine
Zoom Tele/Wide/Stop
Power Off
Mode
Lens
a
a
a
a
a
a
IF_Clear
Initializing
Power Off
Command Cancel
Address Set
Mode
Condition
Mode Condition
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
Power On
a
a
a
a
Power On
a
a
a
a
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
Freeze On
a
a
a
a
Freeze On
×
×
a*
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
MemRecall
a
a
a
a
MemRecall
×
×
×
×
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
×
×
×
a
×
×
×
×
×
a
a
a
×
×
×
×
a
×
a
a
a
a
a
×
a
a
×
×
×
×
a
a
a
×
×
×
×
×
×
a
a
a
×
×
a
×
×
Zoom Direct Focus Direct ZmFo Direct
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
×
a
×
×
a
a
a
a
a
×
a
a
Focus Auto
Basic Functions
35
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
Exposure Compensation Setting
BackLight On/Off
SpotAE On/Off
SpotAE Setting
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
Gain Setting
Bright Setting
Slow Shutter Auto/Manual
×
×
Iris Setting
Exposure Compensation On/Off
×
×
×
×
Bright
×
×
×
×
Shutter Priority
Iris Priority
Shutter Setting
×
×
×
×
AE Full Auto
Initializing
AE Manual
Mode
Power Off
×
×
BGain Setting
Exposure
×
×
×
×
One Push WB
×
×
WB Mode Switchover
RGain Setting
Initializing
Power Off
Mode
White Balance
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
Power On
a
a
a
a
Power On
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
Freeze On
×
×
×
×
Freeze On
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
MemRecall
×
×
×
×
MemRecall
a
a
a
a
a
a
×
×
×
×
a
a
a
a
a
AE Full Auto
×
×
×
a
WB AUTO
a
a
×
a
a
a
×
a
a
a
×
a
a
a
a
AE Manual
×
×
×
a
Indoor
a
a
×
a
a
a
×
×
×
a
a
a
a
a
a
ShutterPri
×
×
×
a
Outdoor
a
a
×
a
a
a
×
×
a
×
×
a
a
a
a
Iris Priority
×
×
a
a
OnePush
a
a
×
a
a
a
a
×
×
×
a
a
a
a
a
Bright
×
×
×
a
ATW
a
a
×
a
Manual
Basic Functions
36
×
×
×
×
Key Lock On/Off
ID Write
Initializing
×
×
×
×
Power Off
×
×
×
×
External Lock Mode
V-Phase Up/Down/Stop/Reset
V-Phase Direct
V-Phase Phase Turnover Setting
Mode
External Synchronization
×
×
×
×
Privacy Zone On/Off/Clear
Privacy Zone Setting
×
×
×
×
Mute On/Off
×
×
Display On/Off
Title Setting
×
×
×
×
Auto ICR On/Off
Stabilizer On/Off
×
×
×
×
Picture Effect Setting
ICR On/Off
×
×
×
×
LR_Reverse On/Off
×
×
Aperture Setting
Freeze On/Off
Initializing
Power Off
Mode
Others
a
a
a
a
Power On
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
Power On
a
a
a
a
Freeze On
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
×
×
×
×
a
×
×
Freeze On
a
a
a
a
MemRecall
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
MemRecall
Basic Functions
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Command List
Command List
VISCA1)/RS-232C
Commands
This Manual outlines an RS-232 control protocol and
command list for certain Sony cameras from which
control software can be developed.
THIS CONTROL PROTOCOL AND COMMAND
LIST IS PROVIDED BY SONY ON AN “AS-IS
BASIS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND.
SONY DOES NOT WARRANT ANY PARTICULAR
RESULT FROM THE USE OF THIS CONTROL
PROTOCOL AND COMMAND LIST AND
DISCLAIMS AND EXCLUDES ALL
WARRANTIES. EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH
RESPECT TO THAT CONTROL PROTOCOL AND
COMMAND LIST, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, ANY OR ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN
FACT, SONY SPECIFICALLY ACKNOWLEDGES
THAT SOFTWARE DEVELOPED BASED ON THIS
CONTROL PROTOCOL AND COMMAND LIST
MAY CAUSE MALFUNCTION OR DAMAGE TO
HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE USED WITH IT
(INCLUDING SONY HARDWARE AND
SOFTWARE) AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS
ANY LIABILITY FOR ANY SUCH
MALFUNCTION OR DAMAGE. THIS CONTROL
PROTOCOL AND COMMAND LIST SHOULD BE
USED WITH CAUTION.
Overview of VISCA
In VISCA, the device outputting commands, for
example, a computer, is called the controller. The
device receiving the commands, an FCB camera is
called the peripheral device. In VISCA, up to seven
peripheral devices like the FCB camera can be
connected to one controller using communication
conforming to the RS-232C standard. The parameters
of RS-232C are as follows.
• Communication speed: 9.6 kbps/19.2 kbps/
38.4 kbps
• Data bits : 8
• Start bit : 1
• Stop bit : 1/2
• Non parity
Flow control using XON/XOFF and RTS/CTS, etc., is
not supported.
................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
1)VISCA is a protocol which controls consumer camcorders developed by Sony. “VISCA” is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
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Command List
VISCA Communication
Specifications
assigned address 2 is 82H. In the command list, as the
header is 8X, input the address of the camera at X. The
header of the reply packet from the camera assigned
address 1 is 90H. The packet from the camera assigned
address 2 is A0H.
Some of the commands for setting cameras can be sent
to all devices at one time (broadcast). In the case of
broadcast, the header should be hexadecimal 88H.
When the terminator is FFH, it signifies the end of the
packet.
VISCA packet structure
The basic unit of VISCA communication is called a
packet. The first byte of the packet is called the header
and comprises the sender’s and receiver’s addresses.
For example, the header of the packet sent to the FCB
camera assigned address 1 from the controller (address
0) is hexadecimal 81H. The packet sent to the camera
Packet (3 to 16 bytes)
Header
Byte 1
1
Sender’s
address
Terminator
Message (1 to 14 bytes)
0
Byte 2
FF
Byte 3
Receiver’s address
Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
(MSB)
(LSB)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
(MSB)
(LSB)
Command and inquiry
● Command
Sends operational commands to the FCB camera.
● Inquiry
Used for inquiring about the current state of the
FCB camera.
Note
QQ1) = Command/Inquiry,
RR2) = category code
QQ = 01 (Command), 09 (Inquiry)
RR = 00 (Interface), 04 (camera 1), 06 (Pan/Tilter), 07 (camera 2)
Inquiry
1)
2)
Command Packet
8X QQ RR ... FF
X = 1 to 7: FCB camera address
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Command List
Responses for commands and inquiries
Command execution cancel
● ACK message
Returned by the FCB camera when it receives a
command. No ACK message is returned for
inquiries.
To cancel a command which has already been sent,
send the Cancel command as the next command. To
cancel one of any two commands which have been
sent, use the cancel message.
● Completion message
Returned by the FCB camera when execution of
commands or inquiries is completed. In the case of
inquiry commands, it will contain reply data for the
inquiry after the 3rd byte of the packet. If the ACK
message is omitted, the socket number will contain
0.
Cancel Packet
Note
Cancel
8X 2Y FF
Y = socket number
X = 1 to 7: FCB camera address, Y = socket number
Reply Packet
Ack
X0 4Y FF
Completion (commands) X0 5Y FF
Completion (Inquiries)
X0 5Y ... FF
X = 9 to F: FCB camera address + 8
An error message will be returned for this command,
but this is not a fault. It indicates that the command has
been canceled.
Note
Y = socket number
Y = socket number
Y = socket number
● Error message
When a command or inquiry command could not be
executed or failed, an error message is returned
instead of the completion message.
Error Packet
Description
X0 6Y 01 FF
Message length error (>14 bytes)
X0 6Y 02 FF
Syntax Error
X0 6Y 03 FF
Command buffer full
X0 6Y 04 FF
Command cancelled
X0 6Y 05 FF
No socket (to be cancelled)
X0 6Y 41 FF
Command not executable
X = 9 to F: FCB camera address + 8, Y = socket number
Socket number
When command messages are sent to the FCB camera,
it is normal to send the next command message after
waiting for the completion message or error message
to return. However to deal with advanced uses, the
FCB camera has two buffers (memories) for
commands, so that up to two commands including the
commands currently being executed can be received.
When the FCB camera receives commands, it notifies
the sender which command buffer was used using the
socket number of the ACK message. As the
completion message or error message also has a socket
number, it indicates which command has ended. Even
when two command buffers are being used at any one
time, an FCB camera management command and some
inquiry messages can be executed.
The ACK message is not returned for these commands
and inquiries, and only the completion message of
socket number 0 is returned.
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Command List
VISCA Device Setting
Command
Before starting control of the FCB camera, be sure to
send the Address command and the IF_Clear
command using the broadcast function.
For VISCA network administration
● Address
Sets an address of a peripheral device. Use when
initializing the network, and receiving the following
network change message.
● Network Change
Sent from the peripheral device to the controller
when a device is removed from or added to the
network. The address must be re-set when this
message is received.
Packet
Address
88 30 01 FF
Network Change
X0 38 FF
X = 9 to F: FCB camera address + 8
Note
Always broadcasted.
VISCA interface command
● IF_Clear
Clears the command buffers in the FCB camera and
cancels the command currently being executed.
Command Packet Reply Packet Note
IF_Clear
8X 01 00 01FF
X0 50 FF
IF_Clear (broadcast) 88 01 00 01 FF
88 01 00 01 FF
X = 1 to 7: FCB camera address (For inquiry packet)
X = 9 to F: FCB camera address +8 (For reply packet)
VISCA interface and inquiry
● CAM_VersionInq
Returns information on the VISCA interface.
Inquiry
Inquiry Packet Reply Packet
Description
CAM_VersionInq 8X 09 00 02 FF Y0 50 GG GG HH HH JJ JJ KK FF GGGG = Vender ID
(0020: Sony)
HHHH = Model ID
042E: FCB-EX980S
042F: FCB-EX980SP
0430: FCB-EX980
0431: FCB-EX980P
JJJJ = ROM revision
KK = Maximum socket #(02)
X = 1 to 7: FCB camera address (For inquiry packet)
X = 9 to F: FCB camera address +8 (For reply packet)
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Command List
VISCA Command/ACK Protocol
Command
Command Message
Reply Message
Comments
General Command
81 01 04 38 02 FF
(Example)
90 41 FF (ACK)+90 51 FF
(Completion)
Returns ACK when a command has been accepted, and
Completion when a command has been executed.
81 01 04 38 FF
(Example)
90 60 02 FF (Syntax Error)
Accepted a command which is not supported or a command
lacking parameters.
81 01 04 38 02 FF
90 60 03 FF
(Example)
(Command Buffer Full)
There are two commands currently being executed, and the
command could not be accepted.
81 01 04 08 02 FF
(Example)
90 61 41 FF
(Command Not Executable)
90 42 FF
90 52 FF
Could not execute the command in the current mode.
90 62 41FF
Inquiry Command
81 09 04 38 FF
90 50 02 FF (Completion)
ACK is not returned for the inquiry command.
81 09 05 38 FF
(Example)
90 60 02 FF (Syntax Error)
Accepted an incompatible command.
Address Set
88 30 01 FF
88 30 02 FF
Returned the device address to +1.
IF_Clear(Broadcast)
88 01 00 01 FF
88 01 00 01 FF
Returned the same command.
IF_Clear (For x)
8x 01 00 01 FF
z0 50 FF (Completion)
ACK is not returned for this command.
Command Cancel
8x 2y FF
z0 6y 04 FF
(Command Canceled)
Returned when the command of the socket specified is canceled.
Completion for the command canceled is not returned.
z0 6y 05 FF (No Socket)
Returned when the command of the specified socket has already
been completed or when the socket number specified is wrong.
(Example)
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Command List
VISCA Camera-Issued Messages
ACK/Completion Messages
ACK
Command Messages
Comments
z0 4y FF
Returned when the command is accepted.
(y:Socket No.)
Completion
z0 5y FF
(y:Socket No.)
Returned when the command has been executed.
z = Device address + 8
Error Messages
Command Messages
Comments
Syntax Error
z0 60 02 FF
Returned when the command format is different or when a command with illegal
command parameters is accepted.
Command Buffer Full
z0 60 03 FF
Indicates that two sockets are already being used (executing two commands) and the
command could not be accepted when received.
Command Canceled
z0 6y 04 FF
(y:Socket No.)
Returned when a command which is being executed in a socket specified by the
cancel command is canceled. The completion message for the command is not
returned.
No Socket
z0 6y 05 FF
(y:Socket No.)
Returned when no command is executed in a socket specified by the cancel
command, or when an invalid socket number is specified.
Command Not Executable
z0 6y 41 FF
(y:Socket No.)
Returned when a command cannot be executed due to current conditions. For
example, when commands controlling the focus manually are received during auto
focus.
Network Change Message
Network Change
Command Message
Comments
z0 38 FF
Issued when power is being routed.
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Command List
FCB Camera Commands
Command List (1/4)
Command Set
Command
Command Packet
AddressSet
Broadcast
88 30 01 FF
IF_Clear
Broadcast
88 01 00 01 FF
CommandCancel
CAM_Power
CAM_Zoom
CAM_DZoom
CAM_Focus
AF Sensitivity
CAM_AFMode
Comments
8x 2p FF
p: Socket No.(=1or2)
Power ON/OFF
On
8x 01 04 00 02 FF
Off
8x 01 04 00 03 FF
Stop
8x 01 04 07 00 FF
Tele(Standard)
8x 01 04 07 02 FF
Wide(Standard)
8x 01 04 07 03 FF
Tele(Variable)
8x 01 04 07 2p FF
Wide(Variable)
8x 01 04 07 3p FF
Direct
8x 01 04 47 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
pqrs: Zoom Position
On
8x 01 04 06 02 FF
Digital zoom ON/OFF
p=0 (Low) to 7 (High)
Off
8x 01 04 06 03 FF
Combine Mode
8x 01 04 36 00 FF
Optical/Digital Zoom Combined
Separate Mode
8x 01 04 36 01 FF
Optical/Digital Zoom Separate
Stop
8x 01 04 06 00 FF
Tele(Variable)
8x 01 04 06 2p FF
p=0 (Low) to 7 (High)
Wide(Variable)
8x 01 04 06 3p FF
x1/Max
8x 01 04 06 10 FF
x1/MAX Magnification Switchover
Direct
8x 01 04 46 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: D-Zoom Position
Stop
8x 01 04 08 00 FF
Far(Standard)
8x 01 04 08 02 FF
Near(Standard)
8x 01 04 08 03 FF
Far(Variable)
8x 01 04 08 2p FF
Near(Variable)
8x 01 04 08 3p FF
p=0 (Low) to 7 (High)
Direct
8x 01 04 48 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
pqrs: Focus Position
Auto Focus
8x 01 04 38 02 FF
AF ON/OFF
Manual Focus
8x 01 04 38 03 FF
Auto/Manual
8x 01 04 38 10 FF
One Push Trigger
8x 01 04 18 01 FF
One Push AF Trigger
Infinity
8x 01 04 18 02 FF
Forced infinity
Near Limit
8x 01 04 28 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
pqrs: Focus Near Limit Position
Normal
8x 01 04 58 02 FF
AF Sensitivity High/Low
Low
8x 01 04 58 03 FF
Normal AF
8x 01 04 57 00 FF
Interval AF
8x 01 04 57 01 FF
Zoom Trigger AF
8x 01 04 57 02 FF
AF Movement Mode
Active/Interval Time
8x 01 04 27 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
pq: Movement Time, rs: Interval
CAM_ZoomFocus
Direct
8x 01 04 47 0p 0q 0r 0s
pqrs: Zoom Position
0t 0u 0v 0w FF
tuvw: Focus Position
CAM_Initialize
Lens
8x 01 04 19 01 FF
Lens Initialization Start
Comp Scan
8x 01 04 19 02 FF
Correction of CCD pixel blemishes
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Command List
Command List (2/4)
Command Set
CAM_WB
CAM_RGain
CAM_BGain
CAM_AE
Command
Command Packet
Comments
Auto
8x 01 04 35 00 FF
Normal Auto
Indoor
8x 01 04 35 01 FF
Indoor mode
Outdoor
8x 01 04 35 02 FF
Outdoor mode
One Push WB
8x 01 04 35 03 FF
One Push WB mode
ATW
8x 01 04 35 04 FF
Auto Tracing White Balance
Manual
8x 01 04 35 05 FF
Manual Control mode
One Push Trigger
8x 01 04 10 05 FF
One Push WB Trigger
Manual Control of R Gain
Reset
8x 01 04 03 00 FF
Up
8x 01 04 03 02 FF
Down
8x 01 04 03 03 FF
Direct
8x 01 04 43 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: R Gain
Reset
8x 01 04 04 00 FF
Manual Control of B Gain
Up
8x 01 04 04 02 FF
Down
8x 01 04 04 03 FF
Direct
8x 01 04 44 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: B Gain
Full Auto
8x 01 04 39 00 FF
Automatic Exposure mode
Manual
8x 01 04 39 03 FF
Manual Control mode
Shutter Priority
8x 01 04 39 0A FF
Shutter Priority Automatic Exposure mode
Iris Priority
8x 01 04 39 0B FF
Iris Priority Automatic Exposure mode
Bright
8x 01 04 39 0D FF
Bright Mode (Manual control)
CAM_SlowShutter
Auto
8x 01 04 5A 02 FF
Auto Slow Shutter ON/OFF
Manual
8x 01 04 5A 03 FF
CAM_Shutter
Reset
8x 01 04 0A 00 FF
Up
8x 01 04 0A 02 FF
Down
8x 01 04 0A 03 FF
Direct
8x 01 04 4A 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: Shutter Position
Reset
8x 01 04 0B 00 FF
Iris Setting
Up
8x 01 04 0B 02 FF
CAM_Iris
CAM_Gain
CAM_Bright
CAM_ExpComp
CAM_Backlight
CAM_SpotAE
Shutter Setting
Down
8x 01 04 0B 03 FF
Direct
8x 01 04 4B 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: Iris Position
Reset
8x 01 04 0C 00 FF
Gain Setting
Up
8x 01 04 0C 02 FF
Down
8x 01 04 0C 03 FF
Direct
8x 01 04 4C 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: Gain Position
Reset
8x 01 04 0D 00 FF
Bright Setting
Up
8x 01 04 0D 02 FF
Down
8x 01 04 0D 03 FF
Direct
8x 01 04 4D 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: Bright Position
On
8x 01 04 3E 02 FF
Exposure Compensation ON/OFF
Off
8x 01 04 3E 03 FF
Reset
8x 01 04 0E 00 FF
Up
8x 01 04 0E 02 FF
Exposure Compensation Amount Setting
Down
8x 01 04 0E 03 FF
Direct
8x 01 04 4E 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: ExpComp Position
On
8x 01 04 33 02 FF
Back Light Compensation ON/OFF
Off
8x 01 04 33 03 FF
On
8x 01 04 59 02 FF
Off
8x 01 04 59 03 FF
Position
8x 01 04 29 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
Spot Automatic Exposure Setting
pq: X (0 to F), rs: Y (0 to F)
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Command List
Command List (3/4)
Command Set
Command
Command Packet
Comments
CAM_Aperture
Reset
8x 01 04 02 00 FF
Aperture Control
Up
8x 01 04 02 02 FF
CAM_LR_Reverse
CAM_Freeze
CAM_PictureEffect
CAM_PictureFlip
CAM_ICR
CAM_AutoICR
Down
8x 01 04 02 03 FF
Direct
8x 01 04 42 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: Aperture Gain
Mirror Image ON/OFF
On
8x 01 04 61 02 FF
Off
8x 01 04 61 03 FF
On
8x 01 04 62 02 FF
Off
8x 01 04 62 03 FF
Off
8x 01 04 63 00 FF
Neg.Art
8x 01 04 63 02 FF
B&W
8x 01 04 63 04 FF
On
8x 01 04 66 02 FF
Off
8x 01 04 66 03 FF
On
8x 01 04 01 02 FF
Off
8x 01 04 01 03 FF
On
8x 01 04 51 02 FF
Off
8x 01 04 51 03 FF
CAM_Stabilizer
On
8x 01 04 34 02 FF
Off
8x 01 04 34 03 FF
CAM_Memory
Reset
8x 01 04 3F 00 0p FF
CAM_CUSTOM
Set
8x 01 04 3F 01 0p FF
Recall
8x 01 04 3F 02 0p FF
Still Image ON/OFF
Picture Effect Setting
Picture flip ON/OFF
Infrared Mode ON/OFF
Auto Infrared Mode ON/OFF
Vibration correction ON/OFF
p: Memory Number (=0 to 5)
Reset
8x 01 04 3F 00 7F FF
Set
8x 01 04 3F 01 7F FF
Starts in this mode at Power ON.
Recall
8x 01 04 3F 02 7F FF
CAM_MemSave
Write
8x 01 04 23 0X 0p 0p 0q 0q FF
X:00 to 07 (Address) Total 16 Byte
ppqq: 0x0000 to 0xFFFF (Data)
CAM_Display
On
8x 01 04 15 02 FF
Display ON/OFF
(8x 01 06 06 02 FF)
Off
8x 01 04 15 03 FF
(8x 01 06 06 03 FF)
On/Off
8x 01 04 15 10 FF
Title Set1
8x 01 04 73 00 mm nn pp
mm: Vposition, nn: Hposition
qq 00 00 00 00 00 00 FF
pp: Color, qq: Blink
Title Set2
8x 01 04 73 01 mm nn pp
mnpqrstuvw: Setting of Display Characters
(8x 01 06 06 10 FF)
CAM_Title
qq rr ss tt uu vv ww FF
Title Set3
8x 01 04 73 02 mm nn pp
qq rr ss tt uu vv ww FF
CAM_Mute
(1st to 10st Character)
mnpqrstuvw: Setting of Display Characters
(11th to 20th Character)
Title Clear
8x 01 04 74 00 FF
Title Setting Clear
On
8x 01 04 74 02 FF
Title Display ON/OFF
Off
8x 01 04 74 03 FF
On
8x 01 04 75 02 FF
Off
8x 01 04 75 03 FF
On/Off
8x 01 04 75 10 FF
Mute ON/OFF
46
Command List
Command List (4/4)
Command Set
Command
Command Packet
Comments
CAM_PrivacyZone
SetMask
8x 01 04 76 mm nn
0r 0r 0s 0s FF
mm: Mask Settings
nn 00: Modify, 01: New
rr: W, ss:H
Display
8x 01 04 77 pp pp pp pp FF
Mask Display ON/OFF
pp pp pp pp: Mask Settings (0:OFF, 1:ON)
SetMask Color
8x 01 04 78 pp pp pp pp
qq rr FF
pp pp pp pp: Mask Color Settings
qq: Color Setting when 0 is selected
rr: Color Setting when 1 is selected
SetPan TiltAngle
SetPTZMask
CAM_KeyLock
CAM_Alarm
CAM_ExternalLock
ppp: Pan
qqq: Tilt
8x 01 04 7B mm 0p 0p 0p
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Settings for Mask
ppp: Pan, qqq: Tilt, rrrr: Zoom
Non_InterlockMask
8x 01 04 6F mm
0p 0p 0q 0q 0r 0r 0s 0s FF
mm: Non_Interlock Mask Settings
pp: X, q: Y, rr: W, ss: H
GridOn
8x 01 04 7C 02 FF
Grid Display ON/OFF
GridOff
8x 01 04 7C 03 FF
Grid/Center Line Display Off
CenterLineOn
8x 01 04 7C 04 FF
Center Line Display On
Off
8x 01 04 17 00 FF
Camera Control Enable/Disable
On
CAM_VPhase
Pan/Tilt Angle Settings
0q 0q 0q FF
0q 0q 0q 0r 0r 0r 0r FF
CAM_IDWrite
CAM_ExternalLock
8x 01 04 79 0p 0p 0p
8x 01 04 17 02 FF
8x 01 04 22 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
pqrs: Camera ID (=0000 to FFFF)
INT
8x 01 04 55 00 FF
Internal mode
Line Lock
8x 01 04 55 01 FF
Line Lock mode
Stop
8x 01 04 05 00 FF
Up
8x 01 04 05 02 FF
Down
8x 01 04 05 03 FF
Up (Step)
8x 01 04 05 2p FF
Down (Step)
8x 01 04 05 3p FF
p=step (1-7)
Reset
8x 01 04 05 40 FF
Restore Factory Settings
Direct
8x 01 04 45 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: V-Phase (00-FF)
0 degree
8x 01 04 25 00 FF
No Phase Turnover
180 degree
8x 01 04 25 01 FF
Phase Turnover
On
8x 01 04 6B 02 FF
Alarm ON/OFF
Off
8x 01 04 6B 03 FF
SetMode
8x 01 04 6C pp FF
PP: Mode Settings
00 Focus Move Detection (The rest position is fixed.)
01 Focus Move Detection (The rest position is reset.)
02 AE Move Detection (The rest value is fixed.)
01 AE Move Detection (The rest value is reset.)
SetDayNight Level
8x 01 04 6D 0p 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q FF
ppp: Day Detect Level setting
qqq: Night Detect Level setting
Alarm (Reply)
y0 07 04 6B 01 FF
Detect Level “Low” t ”High”
y0 07 04 6B 00 FF
Detect Level “High” t ”Low”
INT
8x 01 04 55 00 FF
Line Lock
8x 01 04 55 01 FF
47
Command List
Inquiry Command List (1/2)
Inquiry Command
Command Packet
CAM_PowerInq
8x 09 04 00 FF
Inquiry Packet
Comments
y0 50 02 FF
On
y0 50 03 FF
Off
CAM_ZoomPosInq
8x 09 04 47 FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
pqrs: Zoom Position
CAM_DZoomModeInq
8x 09 04 06 FF
y0 50 02 FF
D-Zoom On
y0 50 03 FF
D-Zoom Off
y0 50 00 FF
Combine Mode
y0 50 01 FF
Separate Mode
CAM_DZoomC/SModeInq
8x 09 04 36 FF
CAM_DZoomPosInq
8x 09 04 46 FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: D-Zoom Position
CAM_FocusModeInq
8x 09 04 38 FF
y0 50 02 FF
Auto Focus
y0 50 03 FF
Manual Focus
CAM_FocusPosInq
8x 09 04 48 FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
pqrs: Focus Position
CAM_FocusNearLimitInq
8x 09 04 28 FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
pqrs: Focus Near Limit Position
CAM_AFSensitivityInq
8x 09 04 58 FF
y0 50 02 FF
AF Sensitivity Normal
y0 50 03 FF
AF Sensitivity Low
y0 50 00 FF
Normal AF
y0 50 01 FF
Interval AF
CAM_AFModeInq
8x 09 04 57 FF
y0 50 02 FF
Zoom Trigger AF
CAM_AFTimeSettingInq
8x 09 04 27 FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
pq: Movement Time, rs: Interval
CAM_WBModeInq
8x 09 04 35 FF
y0 50 00 FF
Auto
y0 50 01 FF
In Door
y0 50 02 FF
Out Door
y0 50 03 FF
One Push WB
y0 50 04 FF
ATW
y0 50 05 FF
Manual
CAM_RGainInq
8x 09 04 43 FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: R Gain
CAM_BGainInq
8x 09 04 44 FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: B Gain
CAM_AEModeInq
8x 09 04 39 FF
y0 50 00 FF
Full Auto
y0 50 03 FF
Manual
y0 50 0A FF
Shutter Priority
y0 50 0B FF
Iris Priority
y0 50 0D FF
Bright
y0 50 02 FF
Auto
CAM_SlowShutterModeInq
8x 09 04 5A FF
y0 50 03 FF
Manual
CAM_ShutterPosInq
8x 09 04 4A FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: Shutter Position
CAM_IrisPosInq
8x 09 04 4B FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: Iris Position
CAM_GainPosInq
8x 09 04 4C FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: Gain Position
CAM_BrightPosInq
8x 09 04 4D FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: Bright Position
CAM_ExpCompModeInq
8x 09 04 3E FF
y0 50 02 FF
On
y0 50 03 FF
Off
CAM_ExpCompPosInq
8x 09 04 4E FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: ExpComp Position
CAM_BacklightModeInq
8x 09 04 33 FF
y0 50 02 FF
On
y0 50 03 FF
Off
CAM_SpotAEModeInq
8x 09 04 59 FF
y0 50 02 FF
On
y0 50 03 FF
Off
CAM_SpotAEPosInq
8x 09 04 29 FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
pq: X position, rs: Y position
CAM_ApertureInq
8x 09 04 42 FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: Aperture Gain
48
Command List
Inquiry Command List (2/2)
Inquiry Command
Command Packet
CAM_LR_ReverseModeInq
8x 09 04 61 FF
Inquiry Packet
Comments
y0 50 02 FF
On
y0 50 03 FF
Off
On
CAM_FreezeModeInq
8x 09 04 62 FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
Off
CAM_PictureEffectModeInq
8x 09 04 63 FF
y0 50 00 FF
Off
CAM_PictureFlipModeInq
8x 09 04 66 FF
y0 50 02 FF
Neg.Art
y0 50 04 FF
B&W
y0 50 02 FF
On
y0 50 03 FF
Off
y0 50 02 FF
On
y0 50 03 FF
Off
y0 50 02 FF
On
CAM_ICRModeInq
8x 09 04 01 FF
CAM_AutoICRModeInq
8x 09 04 51 FF
y0 50 03 FF
Off
CAM_StabilizerModeInq
8x 09 04 34 FF
y0 50 02 FF
On
y0 50 03 FF
Off
CAM_MemoryInq
8x 09 04 3F FF
y0 50 pp FF
pp: Last Recall Memory No.
CAM_MemSaveInq
8x 09 04 23 0X FF
y0 50 0p 0p 0q 0q FF
X: 00 to 07 (Address)
ppqq: 0x0000 to 0xFFFF (Data)
CAM_DisplayModeInq
8x 09 04 15 FF
y0 50 02 FF
On
(8x 09 06 06 FF)
y0 50 03 FF
Off
CAM_TitleDisplayModeInq
CAM_MuteModeInq
8x 09 04 74 FF
8x 09 04 75 FF
y0 50 02 FF
On
y0 50 03 FF
Off
y0 50 02 FF
On
y0 50 03 FF
Off
CAM_PrivacyDisplayInq
8x 09 04 77 FF
y0 50 pp pp pp pp FF
pp pp pp pp: Mask Display (0:OFF, 1:ON)
CAM_PrivacyPanTiltInq
8x 09 04 79 FF
y0 50 0p 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q FF
ppp: Pan
qqq: Tilt
CAM_PrivacyPTZInq
8x 09 04 7B mm FF
y0 50 0p 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q 0r 0r
0r 0r FF
mm: Mask Settings
ppp: Pan
qqq: Tilt
rrr: Zoom
CAM_PrivacyMonitorInq
8x 09 04 6F FF
y0 50 pp pp pp pp FF
pp pp pp pp: Mask is displayed now.
CAM_KeyLockInq
8x 09 04 17 FF
y0 50 00 FF
Off
y0 50 02 FF
On
CAM_IDInq
8x 09 04 22 FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
pqrs: Camera ID
CAM_ExternalLockModeInq
8x 09 04 55 FF
y0 50 00 FF
Internal Mode
y0 50 01 FF
Line Lock Mode
y0 50 00 FF
0 degree
y0 50 01 FF
180 degree
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
pq: V-Phase Position
CAM_VPhaseSetInq
8x 09 04 25 FF
CAM_VPhasePosInq
8x 09 04 45 FF
CAM_VersionInq
8x 09 00 02 FF
(See page 38 for details.)
y0 50 00 20
mnpq: Model Code (04xx)
mn pq rs tu vw FF
rstu: ROM version
vw: Socket Number (=02)
CAM_AlarmInq
8x 09 04 6B FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
On|
Off
CAM_AlarmModeInq
8x 09 04 6C FF
y0 50 pp FF
pp: Alarm Mode
CAM_AlarmDayNightLevelInq
8x 09 04 6D FF
y0 50 0p 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q 0r 0r 0r FF
ppp: Day Detect Level
qqq: Night Delect Level
rrr: Current AE Level
CAM_AlarmDetectLevelInq
8x 09 04 6E FF
y0 50 01 FF
Detect Level “High”
y0 50 00 FF
Detect Level “Low”
49
Command List
Block Inquiry Command List
Lens Control System Inquiry Commands .............. Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 00 FF
Byte
Bit
Comments
Bit
Comments
7
7
0
7
0
6
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
4
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
Bit
5
0
Comments
Destination Address
4
6
3
2
1
Byte
2
Source Address
1
1
2
0 Completion Message (50h)
6
1
5
0
7
0
7
0
6
0
6
5
0
5
4
0
1
0
2
2
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
7
0
DZoomMode 0: Combine
1: Separate
4
0: Normal 1: Interval
3
2: Zoom Trigger
2
AF Sensitivity 0: Slow
1: Normal
0
1
Digital Zoom 1:On 0:Off
Focus Mode 0:Manual 1:Auto
3
13
Focus Near Limit (L)
7
0
6
0
0
6
0
5
0
7
0
5
0
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
8
3
4
3
2
1
Zoom Position (HH)
Focus Position (HH)
7
0
7
0
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
4
0
4
0
9
4
0
3
Low Contrast Detection 1: Yes
0: No
2
Camera Memory Recall 1:
Executing 0: Stopped
1
Focus Command 1: Executing
0: Stopped
0
Zoom Command 1: Executing
0: Stopped
7
1 Terminator (FFh)
3
3
2
2
1
1
14
0
0
Zoom Position (HL)
Focus Position (HL)
0
0
7
0
15
6
1
5
1
4
1
7
0
6
0
3
1
6
0
5
0
2
1
5
0
4
0
1
1
4
0
0
1
10
3
2
1
3
2
1
Zoom Position (LH)
Focus Position (LH)
0
0
5
0
0
3
1
4
Focus Near Limit (H)
7
4
2
3
12
0
0
7
3
Byte
7
0
7
0
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
4
0
4
0
3
2
1
11
3
2
Zoom Position (LL)
1
Focus Position (LL)
0
0
50
Command List
Camera Control System Inquiry Commands ......... Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 01 FF
Byte
Bit
Comments
Bit
Comments
7
7
0
7
0
6
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
4
0
4
0
3
3
0
2
2
Bit
5
0
2
Byte
Destination Address
4
1
1
Comments
6
Source Address
1
2
WB Mode
1
Gain Position
0
7
7
0
7
0
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
4
0
0 Completion Message (50h)
6
1
4
5
0
4
1
3
0
2
2
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
7
0
7
0
7
0
6
0
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
5
0
4
0
4
0
7
8
3
13
3
2
Aperture Gain
0
4
14
3
Exposure Mode
3
2
2
1
1
0
0
R Gain (H)
Bright Position
1
3
2
Exposure Comp. Position
7
0
7
7
0
6
0
6
1
6
Stabilizer (1: On, 0: Off)
5
0
5
1
5
0
4
0
4
1
4
0
9
15
1 Terminator (FFh)
3
Spot AE 1: On 0: Off
3
1
3
2
Back Light 1:On 0:Off
2
1
2
1
Exposure Comp. 1:On 0:Off
1
1
0
Slow Shutter 1:Auto 0:Manual
0
1
7
0
1
R Gain (L)
0
7
0
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
4
4
0
10
1
3
2
3
2
Shutter Position
1
B Gain (H)
0
0
5
3
0
0
4
12
0
1
3
Byte
7
0
7
0
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
4
0
11
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
B Gain (L)
Iris Position
0
0
51
Command List
Other Inquiry Commands ........................................ Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 02 FF
Byte
Bit
Bit
Comments
Bit
Comments
7
7
0
7
0
6
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
5
0
Comments
Byte
Destination Address
4
6
3
2
1
Source Address
0
7
1
2
0
12
Memory 1: Provided 0: Not
provided
3
Clock 1: Provided 0: Not
provided
2
5
0
5
0
4
1
4
0
3
0
3
0
2
0
2
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
7
0
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
3
4
0
4
0
2
3
0
7
8
Auto ICR 1: On 0: Off
2
1
Key Lock 1: On 0: Off
1
0
Power 1:On 0:Off
0
4
0
Stabilizer 1: On 0: Off
0
ICR 1: On 0: Off
9
6
0
5
0
4
0
Freeze 1:On 0:Off
2
LR Reverse 1:On 0:Off
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
7
0
7
6
0
External Lock Mode 1: Line
Lock 0: Internal
V-Phase (H)
0
14
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
2
V-Phase (L)
0
1 Terminator (FFh)
5
1
6
0
4
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
0
1
4
0
3
Title Display 1: On 0: Off
3
2
Display 1: On 0: Off
2
Camera ID (LH)
1
0
1
0
0
0
7
0
7
0
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
4
0
4
0
0
4
1
Mute 1: On 0: Off
1
13
0
4
15
3
2
Picture Effect Mode
0
V-Phase 1: 180 degree
6
0
2
0
0: 0 degree
7
5
11
5
Camera ID (HL)
Privacy Zone 1: On 0: Off
3
System 1:PAL 0:NTSC
1
5
10
0
6
Camera ID (HH)
0
3
Stabilizer 1: Provided 0: Not
provided
1
7
3
1
7
3
2
ICR 1: Provided 0: Not
provided
6
5
5
0
0: Not provided
1
6
4
7
External Lock 1: Provided
4
6
7
3
0 Completion Message (50h)
Byte
1
Camera ID (LL)
0
52
Command List
Enlargement Function Query Command ............... Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 03 FF
Byte
Bit
Comments
Byte
7
6
0
0
5
0
4
4
0
4
0
6
3
3
2
2
Source Address
3
AF Interval Time (H)
0
0 Completion Message (50h)
7
0
1
6
0
5
0
5
0
4
1
4
0
3
0
3
2
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
7
0
7
0
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
4
0
4
0
7
8
3
3
2
2
Digital Zoom Position (H)
1
1
0
0
SpotAE Position (X)
13
7
0
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
4
0
4
0
9
3
3
2
2
Digital Zoom Position (L)
SpotAE Position (Y)
1
14
0
7
0
7
0
6
0
6
0
5
0
5
0
4
0
4
0
3
3
0
2
2
0
1
1
Alarm (1: On, 0: Off)
0
0
Picture flip (1: On, 0: Off)
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
1
Alarm (1: Provided, 0: Not
0
12
0
AF Activation Time (H)
Advanced Privacy (1:
Provided, 0: Not provided)
provided)
AF Interval Time (L)
7
10
0
2
1
0
5
11
6
1
4
0
0
7
3
Comments
7
Byte
5
Destination Address
0
2
Bit
0
6
1
1
Comments
7
5
6
0
Bit
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
7
0
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
7
15
Picture flip (1: Provided, 0:
Not provided)
1 Terminator (FFh)
6
1
5
1
4
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
0
1
3
2
AF Activation Time (L)
1
0
53
Command List
VISCA Command Setting Values
Exposure control (1/2)
Gain
NTSC
Shutter Speed
Iris
PAL
0F
28 dB
0E
26 dB
0D
24 dB
15
10000
10000
0C
22 dB
14
6000
6000
0B
20 dB
13
4000
3500
0A
18 dB
12
3000
2500
09
16 dB
11
2000
1750
08
14 dB
10
1500
1250
07
12 dB
0F
1000
1000
06
10 dB
0E
725
600
05
8 dB
0D
500
425
04
6 dB
0C
350
300
03
4 dB
0B
250
215
02
+2 dB
0A
180
150
01
0
09
125
120
00
–3 dB
08
100
100
07
90
75
06
60
50
05
30
25
04
15
12
03
8
6
02
4
3
01
2
2
00
1
1
11
F1.6
10
F2
0F
F2.4
0E
F2.8
0D
F3.4
0C
F4
0B
F4.8
0A
F5.6
09
F6.8
08
F8
07
F9.6
06
F11
05
F14
04
F16
03
F19
02
F22
01
F28
00
CLOSE
54
Command List
Exposure control (2/2)
Zoom Ratio and Zoom Position
(for reference)
IRIS
Bright
Exposure Comp.
GAIN
1F
F1.6
28 dB
1E
F1.6
26 dB
Zoom Ratio
×26 Lens
Optical Zoom
Positon Data
1D
F1.6
24 dB
×1
0000
1C
F1.6
22 dB
×2
1760
1B
F1.6
20 dB
×3
214C
1A
F1.6
18 dB
×4
2722
19
F1.6
16 dB
×5
2B22
18
F1.6
14 dB
×6
2E20
17
F1.6
12 dB
×7
3080
16
F1.6
10 dB
×8
3278
15
F1.6
8 dB
×9
3426
14
F1.6
6 dB
×10
359E
13
F1.6
4 dB
×11
36EE
12
F1.6
2 dB
×12
381C
11
F1.6
0
×13
392E
10
F2
0
×14
3A26
0F
F2.4
0
×15
3B08
0E
F2.8
0
×16
3BD4
0D
F3.4
0
×17
3C8C
0C
F4
0
×18
3D2E
0B
F4.8
0
×19
3DBC
0A
F5.6
0
×20
3E38
09
F6.8
0
×21
3EA2
08
F8
0
×22
3F00
07
F9.6
0
×23
3F4E
06
F11
0
×24
3F92
05
F14
0
F16
0
×25
3FCC
04
F19
0
×26
4000
03
02
F22
0
01
F28
0
00
CLOSE
0
0E
7
10.5 dB
0D
6
9 dB
0C
5
7.5 dB
0B
4
6 dB
0A
3
4.5 dB
09
2
3 dB
08
1
1.5 dB
07
0
0 dB
06
–1
–1.5 dB
05
–2
–3 dB
04
–3
–4.5 dB
03
–4
–6 dB
02
–5
–7.5 dB
01
–6
–9 dB
00
–7
–10.5 dB
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Command List
Digital Zoom Combine mode
Digital Zoom Separete mode
FCB-EX980S/EX980SP:
FCB-EX980S/EX980SP:
Digital Zoom
Ratio
X26-NTSC
X26-PAL
Digital Zoom
Position Data
Digital Zoom
Position Data
X26-NTSC
X26-PAL
Digital Zoom
Ratio
Digital Zoom
Position Data
Digital Zoom
Position Data
×1
4000
4000
×1
00
00
×2
5E00
5E80
×2
78
7A
×3
6800
6880
×4
B4
B7
×4
6D00
6DC0
×8
D2
D5
×5
7000
70C0
×12
DC
DF
×6
7200
72C0
×7
7380
7440
×8
7480
7540
×9
7580
7600
×10
7600
76C0
Digital Zoom
Ratio
Digital Zoom
Position Data
×11
76C0
7740
×1
00
×12
7700
77C0
×2
80
×4
C0
×8
E0
×12
EB
FCB-EX980/EX980P:
X26-NTSC/PAL
FCB-EX980/EX980P:
X26-NTSC/PAL
Digital Zoom
Ratio
Digital Zoom
Position Data
×1
4000
×2
6000
×3
6A80
×4
7000
×5
7300
×6
7540
×7
76C0
×8
7800
Lens control
Zoom Position
FCB-EX980/EX980P 0000
FCB-EX980S
0000
FCB-EX980SP
0000
Wide end
Focus Position
1000
×9
78C0
Far end
×10
7980
1000: Over Inf
×11
7A00
×12
7AC0
to
to
to
to
4000
4000
4000
to 7AC0
to 7700
to 77C0
Optical
Digital
Tele end
Tele end
C000
Near end
2000: 20 m
3000: 10 m
Focus Near
Limit
4000: 5 m
5000: 3 m
As the distance on the left
will differ due to temperature
6000: 2 m
characteristics, etc., use as
7000: 1.5 m
approximate values.
8000: 32 cm
9000: 9.5 cm
* The lower 1 byte is fixed at
00.
A000: 4.5 cm
B000: 2.0 cm
C000: 1.0 cm
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Command List
Others
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
R,B gain
00~FF
08
09
0a
0b
0c
0d
0e
0f
Aperture
00~0F
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
18
19
1a
1b
1c
1d
1e
1f
Y
Z
&
?
!
1
2
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
Title setting
Vposition
00 to 0A
Hposition
00 to 17
00: Dose not blink
Blink
01: Blinks
Color
00
White
01
Yellow
02
Violet
03
Red
04
Cyan
05
Green
06
Blue
23
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
28
29
2a
2b
2c
2d
2e
2f
À
È
Ì
Ò
Ù
Á
É
Í
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Ó
Ú
Â
Ê
Ô
Æ
Œ
Ã
38
39
3a
3b
3c
3d
3e
3f
Õ
Ñ
Ç
ß
Ä
Ï
Ö
Ü
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
Å
$
F
¥
DM
£
¿
¡
48
49
4a
4b
4c
4d
4e
4f
ø
“
:
‘
.
,
/
-
57
Specifications
Specifications
FCB-EX980S/EX980SP
Picture elements FCB-EX980S: Approx. 630K pixels
FCB-EX980SP: Approx. 740K pixels
Horizontal resolution
NTSC: 470 TV lines (WIDE end)
PAL: 460 TV lines (WIDE end)
Lens
26× zoom
F= 3.5 mm (WIDE) to 91 mm
(TELE), F1.6 to F3.8
Zoom movement speed
(NTSC)
Optical WIDE/Optical TELE 4.0 sec
Optical WIDE/Digital TELE 5.9 sec
Digital WIDE/Digital TELE 1.9 sec
(PAL)
Optical WIDE/Optical TELE 3.9 sec
Optical WIDE/Digital TELE 6.2 sec
Digital WIDE/Digital TELE 2.3 sec
Focus Movement time
∞ to Near
1.3 sec
Digital zoom
12× (312× with optical zoom)
Angle of view (H)
42.0 degree (WIDE end) to
1.6 degree (TELE end)
Min. working distance
320 mm (WIDE end),
1500 mm (TELE end)
Sync system
Internal/External (V-Lock)
Min. illumination
2.0 lux/1/60 sec (NTSC), 1/50 sec
(PAL)
0.14 lux/1/4 sec (NTSC), 1/3 sec
(PAL)
ICR-ON Mode
0.7 lux/1/60 sec (NTSC),
1/50 sec (PAL)
0.05 lux/1/4 sec (NTSC), 1/3 sec
(PAL)
Recommended illumination
100 to 100,000 lux
S/N ratio
50 dB
Back light compensation
ON/OFF
Electronic shutter speed
FCB-EX980S: 1/4 to
1/10000 sec. (20 steps)
FCB-EX980SP: 1/3 to
1/10000 sec. (20 steps)
White balance
AUTO, ATW, Indoor, Outdoor,
One Push WB, Manual WB
Gain
Auto/Manual (-3 to 28 dB, 16 steps)
Aperture control 16 steps
Preset
6-POSITIONS
Serial interface VISCA protocol (TTL/CMOS)
9.6 Kbps, 19.2 Kbps, 38.4 Kbps,
Stop bit, 1/2 bit
Video Output
VBS: 1.0 Vp-p (Sync negative),
Y/C Output
Storage temperature/Humidity
–20 to 60 °C (–4 to 140 °F)/20 to 95 %
Operating temperature/Humidity
0 to 50 °C (32 to 122 °F)/20 to 80 %
Power requirements/Power consumption
6 to 12 V DC/1.6 W (3.6 W)
Weight
230 g (8.1 oz.)
Dimensions
55.3 × 57.5 × 81.8 mm
(2 × 2 1/4 × 3 1/4 in.) (w/h/d)
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
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Specifications
FCB-EX980/EX980P
Picture elements FCB-EX980: Approx. 380K pixels
FCB-EX980P: Approx. 440K pixels
Horizontal resolution
NTSC: 470 TV lines (WIDE end)
PAL: 460 TV lines (WIDE end)
Lens
26× zoom
F= 2.5 mm (WIDE) to 91 mm
(TELE), F1.6 to F3.8
Zoom movement speed
(NTSC)
Optical WIDE/Optical TELE 4.0 sec
Optical WIDE/Digital TELE 6.0 sec
Digital WIDE/Digital TELE 2.0 sec
(PAL)
Optical WIDE/Optical TELE 3.9 sec
Optical WIDE/Digital TELE 6.3 sec
Digital WIDE/Digital TELE 2.4 sec
Focus Movement time
∞ to Near
1.3 sec
Digital zoom
12× (312× with optical zoom)
Angle of view (H)
54.2 degree (WIDE end) to
2.2 degree (TELE end)
Min. working distance
320 mm (WIDE end), 1500 mm
(TELE end)
Sync system
Internal/External (V-Lock)
Min. illumination
1.0 lux/1/60 sec (NTSC), 1/50 sec
(PAL)
0.07 lux/1/4 sec (NTSC), 1/3 sec
(PAL)
ICR-ON Mode
0.15 lux/1/60 sec (NTSC),
1/50 sec (PAL)
0.01 lux/1/4 sec (NTSC), 1/3 sec
(PAL)
Recommended illumination
100 to 100,000 lux
S/N ratio
50 dB
Back light compensation
ON/OFF
Electronic shutter speed
FCB-EX980: 1/4 to
1/10000 sec. (20 steps)
FCB-EX980P: 1/3 to
1/10000 sec. (20 steps)
White balance
AUTO, ATW, Indoor, Outdoor,
One Push WB, Manual WB
Gain
Auto/Manual (-3 to 28 dB, 16 steps)
Aperture control 16 steps
Preset
6-POSITIONS
Serial interface VISCA protocol (TTL/CMOS)
9.6 Kbps, 19.2 Kbps, 38.4 Kbps,
Stop bit, 1/2 bit
Video Output
VBS: 1.0 Vp-p (Sync negative),
Y/C Output
Storage temperature/Humidity
–20 to 60 °C (–4 to 140 °F)/20 to 95 %
Operating temperature/Humidity
0 to 50 °C (32 to 122 °F)/20 to 80 %
Power requirements/Power consumption
6 to 12 V DC/1.6 W (3.6 W)
Weight
230 g (8.1 oz.)
Dimensions
55.3 × 57.5 × 81.8 mm
(2 × 2 1/4 × 3 1/4 in.) (w/h/d)
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
59
Specifications
Dimensions
Front
Right side
55.3
50
10
(30.3)
(25)
5
30
57.5
25.4±0.1
21±0.1
10
(27.5)
25
88.5
48.3±0.1
39.8
73±0.1
4-M2 Depth 3mm or less
Top
Left side
85.2
CNN
S602
S601
14±0.1
20±0.1
20±0.1
5
4.5
CNN
15
20±0.1
7-M2 Depth 3mm or less
2-M2 Depyh 3mm or less
Bottom
8-M2 Depth 3mm or less
Back
14±0.1
27±0.1
16±0.1
CNN
53
Tripod Screw.
Depth 7mm or less
(1/4-20UNC)
36
40.2
29±0.1
33±0.1
Unit: mm (inches)
60
Specifications
Pin assignment
CN601
MOLEX 52689-1293
Pin No.
CN902
1234
CN901
987654321
Name
1
GND
2
GND
3
KEY AD0
4
KEY AD1
5
KEY AD2
6
KEY AD3
7
KEY AD4
8
KEY AD5
9
KEY AD6
10
KEY AD7
11
NC
12
NC
Level
CN901
Pin No.
Name
Level
1
RxD
CMOS 5V (low: max 0.8V,
high: min 2.0V) Read Data
2
TxD
CMOS 5V (low: max 0.1V,
high: min 4.4V) Send Data
3
GND (for RxD&TxD)
4
DC IN
5
GND (for DC IN)
6
VBS OUT
7
GND (for VBS OUT)
8
V LOCK PULSE
9
GND (VL PULSE)
9.0V±3V
1.0V±0.2V
External VD-Lock Pulse
(EX.FV: Negative, 3Vp-p
50% duty)
CN902
Pin No.
Name
1
Y_Out
2
GND (for Y signal)
3
C_Out
4
GND (for C signal)
Level
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