IK-TU61 - SeeSense

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT
IK-TU61
For Customer Use
Enter below the Serial No.
which is located on the
bottom of the cabinet. Retain
this information for future reference.
Model No.: IK-TU61
Serial No.:
WARNING
This is a Class A of EN55022 product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
INFORMATION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
USER-INSTALLER CAUTION: Your authority to operate this FCC verified equipment could be voided if
you make changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est comforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Read the following safety precautions carefully before using the product. These instructions
contain valuable information on safe and proper use that will prevent harm and damage to the
operator and other persons. Make sure that you fully understand the following details (indications,
graphic symbols) before proceeding to the main descriptions in this manual.
Indication definitions
Indication
Graphic symbol definitions
Symbol
Meaning
This indicates that ignoring this label and/or misoperation of the product may cause serious personal inWarning jury or even death.
This indicates that ignoring this label and/or misoperation of the product may cause personal injury*1 and/
Caution or material damage*2.
*
Meaning
Indicates a prohibited action that
must not be carried out. The actual
prohibited action is indicated in the
symbol or nearby graphically or described in text.
Indicates a mandatory action that
must be carried out. The actual
mandatory action is indicated in the
symbol or nearby graphically or described in text.
1: Bodily injury means injuries, burns and electric shock which does not require hospitalization or prolonged treatment.
*
2: Physical damage means extended harm to home, household effects.
Warning
•
Do not use the product when abnormality occurs.
Use in the abnormal state such as smoke emitting from the product, burning smell, being
damaged by drop, invasion of foreign objects inside the product, etc. , may cause fire and/
or electric shock. Always be sure to disconnect the power plug from the electrical outlet
(socket) at once and contact your dealer.
•
Do not install the product where splashing of water may occur, such as outdoor, a
bathroom, etc.
This may cause fire and/or electric shock.
•
Do not repair, disassemble and/or modify by yourself.
This may cause fire and/or electric shock. Always be sure to contact your dealer for internal
repair, check and cleaning of the product.
•
Keep the rated voltage for the product.
The use of power supply voltage outside the rated voltage may cause fire and/or electrical
shock. Please refer to ”5.CONNECTIONS”.
•
Do not put a vessel(s) filled with a liquid (flower vase, etc.).
If a liquid enters the product, a fire and/or electric shock may occur.
•
Do not put the product in an unstable, slanting and/or vibrating place.
Drop and/or fall of the product may cause injury.
•
Do not touch power or TV antenna cords during a thunderstorm.
This might cause electric shock.
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Caution
•
Follow these cautions when installing.
• Do not put the product on a Inflammable material such as carpet or blanket.
• Do not put the product in a narrow space, since the heat generated by the product may
cause fine.
• Do not put a inflammable material on the product.
If you do not keep above, the heat generated by the product may cause fire.
•
Do not put the product in direct sunshine and/or high temperature.
The temperature rise inside the product may cause fire.
•
Do not put the product In a moist or dusty place such as a bathroom, a place close to
a humidifier, etc.
This may cause fire and/or electric shock.
•
Do not put the product in a moist, soot/and/or dusty place such as a kitchen, etc.
Do not put the product where soot and steam may occur, such as a kitchen, etc. , or in a
dusty place. This may cause fire and/or electric shock.
•
Do not shoot the sun with the lens and do not put the lens in the place exposed to an
intensive light, such as sunshine, etc.
Focusing of the light may cause injury of eye and/or fire.
•
Do not put the product in your mouth and do not swallow it.
This may cause suffocation and/or injury.
•
Ask your dealer to perform a periodical check and internal cleaning.
Dust inside the product may cause fire and/or trouble. For check and cleaning cost, please
consult your dealer.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.CAUTIONS ON USE AND INSTALLATION ........................................... 6
2.COMPONENTS ...................................................................................... 6
3.ITEMS CONTROLLED BY USING ON SCREEN DISPLAY ................... 7
4.NAMES AND FUNCTIONS..................................................................... 8
5.CONNECTION........................................................................................ 10
5.1 Standard Connection ..................................................................................................
5.2 Cautions on Connection..............................................................................................
5.3 Connection on Back Panel..........................................................................................
5.3A Connector Pin Assignments .....................................................................................
10
10
10
11
6.OPERATION........................................................................................... 12
6.1 Automatic Black Balance ............................................................................................
6.2 White Balance.............................................................................................................
6.3 Scene File ...................................................................................................................
6.4 Gain.............................................................................................................................
6.5 Shading Correction .....................................................................................................
6.6 Freeze Operation ........................................................................................................
12
13
15
15
16
17
7.MODE SETTING BY ON SCREEN DISPLAY ........................................ 17
7.1 Using the Menus ......................................................................................................... 17
7.2 Menus ......................................................................................................................... 19
(1) SHUTTER (Electronic shutter) .................................................................................... 19
(1.1) Changing each setting in AUTO mode................................................................ 20
(1.2) Changing each setting in MANUAL mode ........................................................... 22
(1.3) Changing each setting in SS(synchro. scan) mode ............................................ 23
(1.4) Changing each setting in EXT TRIG mode ......................................................... 24
(1.4.1) Changing each setting in 1 PULSE SNR mode................................................ 24
(1.4.2) Changing each setting in 1 PULSE SR mode .................................................. 25
(1.4.3) Changing each setting in 2 PULSE mode ........................................................ 26
(1.4.4) Changing each setting in RS232C mode ......................................................... 27
(2) GAIN (Video gain) ....................................................................................................... 27
(2.1) Changing the maximum gain in AUTO (Automatic gain control) mode .............. 28
(2.2) Changing gain in MANUAL mode........................................................................ 28
(3) WHT BAL (White balance) .......................................................................................... 29
(3.1) Changing the AWB (Automatic White Balance)mode setting ............................. 29
(3.2) Changing the ATW (Automatic Trace White Balance)mode setting ................... 30
(3.3) Changing the MANUAL mode setting.................................................................. 31
(4) PROCESS (Process)................................................................................................... 32
(4.1) Changing the gamma correction ON/OFF .......................................................... 32
(4.2) Changing gamma correction level....................................................................... 32
(4.3) Changing black gamma correction level ............................................................. 33
(4.4) Changing detail (outline) gain.............................................................................. 33
(4.5) Changing detail boost frequency ......................................................................... 33
(4.6) Changing master pedestal .................................................................................. 33
(4.7) Changing chroma gain ........................................................................................ 34
(4.8) Changing DNR(Digital Noise Reduction)............................................................. 34
(5) MATRIX(Matrix color correction) ................................................................................. 35
(5.1) Changing MATRIX color correction ON/OFF ...................................................... 35
(5.2) Changing each of MATRIX setting ...................................................................... 35
(6) SYNC........................................................................................................................... 36
(6.1) INT screen........................................................................................................... 36
(6.2) Changing EXT setting.......................................................................................... 36
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(7) OPTION....................................................................................................................... 37
(7.1) Chaging OUTPUT1 output .................................................................................. 37
(7.2) Chaging OUTPUT2 output .................................................................................. 37
(7.3) Chaging shading correction mode....................................................................... 37
(7.4) Chaging manual shading correction setting ........................................................ 37
(7.5) Chaging RGB SYNC ........................................................................................... 37
(7.6) Chaging FREEZE DISP setting ........................................................................... 38
(7.7) Chaging Negative/Positive inversion switch ........................................................ 38
(7.8) Chaging detail signal output ................................................................................ 38
(7.9) Chaging RS232C communication baud rate setting ........................................... 38
(8) Setting USER area ...................................................................................................... 38
(9) Setting to factory setting status ................................................................................... 40
7.3 External Sync .............................................................................................................. 40
(1) External sync signal input conditions........................................................................... 40
(2) External sync frequency range .................................................................................... 41
(3) Using the unit with external sync signal....................................................................... 41
(3.1) H (horizontal) phase adjustment ......................................................................... 41
(3.2) SC (Sub carrier) phase afjustment ...................................................................... 41
7.4 Synchro. Scan Operation ............................................................................................ 42
(1) Setting by 1H ............................................................................................................... 42
(2) Setting by the frame .................................................................................................... 42
7.5 EXT TRIG(External trigger) ........................................................................................ 43
(1) 1 PULSE SNR (1 PULSE Sync Non Reset) ................................................................ 43
(2) 1 PULSE SR (1 PULSE Sync Reset) .......................................................................... 44
(3) 2 PULSE ...................................................................................................................... 45
(4) RS232C ....................................................................................................................... 47
7.6 Freeze Operation by Trigger Input .............................................................................. 48
7.7 Digital output ............................................................................................................... 49
(1) Sync pulse timing......................................................................................................... 49
8.BEFORE MAKING A SERVICE CALL .................................................... 50
9.SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................. 51
10.EXTERNAL APPEARANCE DIAGRAM................................................ 52
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1.
.CAUTIONS ON USE AND INSTALLATION
●Operating ambient temperature and humidity.
●Carefully handle the units.
Do not drop, or give a strong shock or vibration
Do not use the camera in places where temperature
to the camera. This may cause problems.
and humidity exceed the specifications. Picture
Treat the camera cables carefully to prevent
quality will lower and
cable problems, such as cable breakdown and
damaged.
loosened connections.
Be particularly careful when using in places
internal parts may be
exposed to direct sunlight. When shooting
●Do not shoot intense light.
in hot
places, depending on the conditions of the object
If there is an intense light at a location on the
and the camera (for example when the gain is
screen such as a spot light, a blooming and
increased), noise in the form of vertical strips or
smearing may occur.
white dots may occur.
This is not a malfunction.
When intense light enters, vertical stripes may
●Handling of the camera head and
appear on the screen. This is not a malfunction.
Ghosts may occur when there is an intense light
protection cap.
near the object.
Keep the camera head and the protection cap away
In this case, change the
from children. Children may put them into mouth or
shooting angle.
swallow them accidentally. The protection cap
●Install the camera in a location free
protects the image sensing plane when the lens is
removed from the camera head, do not throw away.
from noise.
If the camera or the cables are located near
●When not using the camera for a longtime.
power utility lines or a TV, etc. undesirable
noise may appear on the screen. In such a
Turn off the camera power switch and stop
case, try to change the location of the camera
supplying power.
or the cable wiring.
●When cleaning the camera
●Moire
Always turn off the power and clean with a piece of
When thin stripe patterns are shooted, stripe
dry cloth. If necessary, gently wipe with a cloth
patterns that are not actually there (moire) may
dampened with thinned detergent. Do not use
appears as interference stripes.
benzine, alcohol, thinner, etc. If used, coating and
This is not a
printed letters may be discolored. When cleaning
malfunction.
the lens, use a lens cleaning paper, etc.
2.
.COMPONENTS
(1)Camera Control Unit ............................................................................................... 1
(2)Accessories
(a)Instruction manual ........................................................................................ 1
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.ITEMS CONTROLLED BY USING ON SCREEN DISPLAY
3.
Item
MODE
EXT TRIG
AUTO level
AUTO peak/average
AUTO response speed
AUTO area
Electronic shutter
MANUAL speed
Syncro.
FLD
scan
FRM
Storage mode
Freeze operation
Trigger
(1PULSE SNR/SR)
Trigger(2PULSE)
White balance
1PULSE exposure time
AUTO maximum gain
MANUAL gain
Color temperature
AWB R PAINT
AWB B PAINT
AWB area
ATW R PAINT
ATW B PAINT
MANUAL R GAIN
MANUAL B GAIN
Gamma correction switching
Gamma correction level
Black gamma
Detail gain
Detail boost frequency
Master pedestal
Chroma gain
Digital noise reduction(DNR)
Correction ON/OFF
Available selections
AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG
1PULSE SNR, 1PULSE SR, 2PULSE, RS232C
-100 − 0 − 100
00:10 − 05:05 − 10:00
1 − 5 − 10
PRESET A, PRESET B, PRESET C, PRESET D,
PRESET E, USER
(USER area is possible to set in 64 zones)
OFF, 1/120s, 1/250s, 1/500s, 1/1000s, 1/2000s,
1/4000s, 1/10000s
1/625H to 310/625H, OFF, 1FRM to 255FRM
1/625H to 310/525H, OFF, 2FRM to 256FRM
FLD, FRM
FRONT, TRIG
, TRIG
Preset value
(Factory setting)
MANUAL
1PULSE SNR
0
05:05
5
PRESET A
OFF
OFF
FLD
FRONT
,
,
,
0.06ms to 20ms
0dB to 20dB
0dB to 20dB
3200K, 5600K
-10 − 0 − 10
-10 − 0 − 10
PRESET A, PRESET B, PRESET C, PRESET D,
PRESET E, USER
(USER area is possible to set in 64 zones)
-10 − 0 − 10
-10 − 0 − 10
-100 − 0 − 100
-100 − 0 − 100
ON, OFF
-10 − 0 − 10
LOW, NORMAL, HIGH
-7(OFF) − 0 − 7
LOW, NORMAL, HIGH
-50 − 0 − 50
-128 − 0 − 127
ON, OFF
ON, OFF
Matrix color correction
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
R hue
R gain
G hue
G gain
B hue
B gain
Ye hue
Ye gain
Cy hue
Cy gain
Mg hue
-15
-15
-15
-15
-15
-15
-15
-15
-15
-15
-15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
Mg gain
-15 − 0 − 15
20ms
10dB
0dB
3200K
0
0
PRESET A
0
0
0
0
ON
0
NORMAL
0
NORMAL
0
0
OFF
ON
JK-TU62H use JK-TU63H use
0
0
0
0
3
0
3
0
0
0
2
-1
0
0
2
-1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-7-
0
Item
H phase adjustment
Ext.
SC 0/180
Sync.
SC phase adjustment
OUTPUT
1
2
Shading correction mode
Manual shading correction
RGB SYNC
FREEZE DISP
Negative/Positive inversion
Detail signal output
RS232C baud rate
Preset value
(Factory setting)
0
0
0
RGB
VBS
OFF
0
G
ON
POSI
OFF
9600bps
Available selections
-100 − 0 − 100
0, 180
-128 − 0 − 127
RGB, Y/PR/PB
VBS, Y/C
SET, MANUAL, OFF
-128 − 0 − 127
G, ALL ON, ALL OFF
ON, OFF
NEGA, POSI
ON, OFF
9600bps, 19200bps
4.
.NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
④ FILE button
⑥ DISP button
③ POWER switch
⑧ MENU UP
(SHD) button
② POWER LED
CAMERA
(SHD)
POWER
FILE
DISP
ON
① Camera cable
terminal
(AWB)
MENU
OFF
FREEZE
DATA
PAGE
(ABB)
⑩ DATA UP
(AWB) button
⑪ DATA DOWN
(ABB) button
⑨ MENU UP(SHD) botton
⑤ FREEZE button
⑦ PAGE button
⑭ S-VIDEO terminal
⑬ DC IN/SYNC terminal
⑮ EXT.SYNC terminal
DC IN 12V
DC IN/SYNC
VIDEO
EXT SYNC
S-VIDEO
⑯ VIDEO terminal
⑫ DC IN 12V terminal
DIGITAL
ON
RGB
⑲ RGB terminal
OFF
KEY LOCK
⑰ DIGITAL terminal
⑱ KEY LOCK switch
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① Camera cable terminal
The camera cable is connected.
② POWER LED
Lights when the power is turned on.
③ POWER switch
Turns on or off the power supply.
④ FILE button
Used when switching the scene files.
⑤ FREEZE button
Used when switching to the freeze menu and when returning from the freeze
menu to the camera menu.
⑥ DISP button
Used when switching the display.
⑦ PAGE button
Used when switching to the menu and when selecting the menus.
⑧ MENU UP(SHD)button
Select the function to be confirmed or changed on the menu. (Also used when
performing the auto shading correction.)
⑨ MENU DOWN button
Select the function to be confirmed or changed on the menu.
⑩ DATA UP(AWB)button
Changes the value of the function selected by the MENU (UP/DOWN) button.
(Also used when using AWB.)
⑪ DATA DOWN
(ABB)button
Changes the value of the function selected by the MENU (UP/DOWN) button.
(Also used when using ABB.)
⑫ DC IN 12V terminal
Accept a DC power input (12V).
⑬ DC IN/SYNC terminal
HD and VD signals are input/output. When the random trigger operation is
used, the trigger signal is input and the index signal is output.
⑭ S-VIDEO terminal
Outputs Y (luminance) and C (color) signals.
⑮ EXT. SYNC terminal
Used when the camera output signal is synchronized by the external signal.
(BNC connector)
⑯ VIDEO terminal
Outputs VBS output. Connected to a monitor, VTR, etc. (BNC connector)
⑰ DIGITAL terminal
LVDS format digital video signal output and control signal input/output
terminal. This terminal also includes an RS232C format external control pin.
⑱ KEY LOCK switch
Enables/disables buttons ④ to ⑪.
⑲ RGB terminal
Used as the connector terminal for Y/C or VBS output, RGB or Y/PR/PB output,
and SYNC output.
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.CONNECTION
5.
5.
.1 Standard Connection
IK-TU61
Lens
Camera cable
(option)
Coaxial
Cable 75Ω
VIDE
Camera
Control unit
DC IN 12V
Camera head
(option)
monitor
DC power
supply
5.
.2 Caution on Connection
・ Please use only optional camera heads model # JK-TU62H or JK-TU63H with this camera
controller. Use of another head may cause damage.
・ When connecting the camera cables, be sure to turn off the camera control unit and
the other equipment connected.
・ For DC power supply connecting to DC IN 12V terminal, use Class II DC power supply
approved according to EN60950 in Europe.
(Betrieb nur mit zertifiziertem AC-Adapter nach EN60950)
When camera is used in USA, use UL listed and/or CSA approved ungrounding type
AC adaptor with the specifications described below.
: DC12V±10%
Power supply voltage
Current rating
: More than 830mA, Less than2.5A
Ripple voltage
: Less than 50mV(p-p)
: HR10A-7P-4S by HIROSE electronics Co. Ltd
Connector
Pins 1, 2 : 12V
Pins 3, 4 : GND
・ If the screw on the camera connector portion of the camera cable looses, noise may
appear on the screen. So be sure to tighten the connector fully.
5.
.3 Connection on Back Panel
Back panel view
DC IN 12V
1
3
1
4
2
2
11
4
30
8
5
4
3
2
1
7
12
6
DIGITAL
1
60
RGB
ON
31
61
90
120
VIDEO
9
10
3
EXT SYNC
S-VIDEO
DC IN/SYNC
OFF
KEY LOCK
91
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4
5
9
2
3
8
7
1
6
.3A Connector Pin Assignments
5.
DC IN 12V
DC IN/SYNC
S-VIDEO
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
+12V
+12V
GND
GND
GND
+12V
GND(for INDEX)
INDEX
GND(for HD)
HD OUT
VD OUT
GND(for TRIGGER)
TRIGGER
VD IN
HD IN
GND(for VD)
GND
GND
Y
C
RGB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GND(for VBS,Y/C)
GND(for R/G/B,Y/PR/PB)
R/PR OUT
G/Y OUT
B/PB OUT
VBS/Y OUT
SYNC OUT
GND(for SYNC)
-/C OUT
DIGITAL
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
R0 (+)
R1 (+)
R2 (+)
R3 (+)
R4 (+)
R5 (+)
R6 (+)
R7 (+)
R8 (+)
R9 (+)
G0 (+)
G1 (+)
G2 (+)
G3 (+)
G4 (+)
G5 (+)
G6 (+)
G7 (+)
G8 (+)
G9 (+)
B0 (+)
B1 (+)
B2 (+)
B3 (+)
B4 (+)
B5 (+)
B6 (+)
B7 (+)
B8 (+)
B9 (+)
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
R0 (-)
R1 (-)
R2 (-)
R3 (-)
R4 (-)
R5 (-)
R6 (-)
R7 (-)
R8 (-)
R9 (-)
G0 (-)
G1 (-)
G2 (-)
G3 (-)
G4 (-)
G5 (-)
G6 (-)
G7 (-)
G8 (-)
G9 (-)
B0 (-)
B1 (-)
B2 (-)
B3 (-)
B4 (-)
B5 (-)
B6 (-)
B7 (-)
B8 (-)
B9 (-)
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
GND
PIXEL CLK (+)
FRAME EN (+)
FIELD ID (+)
LINE EN (+)
TRIGGER D (+)
RESERVE (OUT +)
GND
GND
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
GND
GND
TXD
RXD
GND
GND
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
GND
PIXEL CLK (-)
FRAME EN (-)
FIELD ID (-)
LINE EN (-)
TRIGGER D (-)
RESERVE (OUT -)
GND
GND
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
GND
GND
NC
NC
NC
GND
* When using pins to remote(pins 87 to 89), please consult with your dealer.
Precautions on DIGITAL terminal :
・ Interference occurring inside the cable may accidentally activate the Trigger if the TRIGGER D
inputs (pins 66 and 96) are open.
If the TRIGGER D input is not used, the TRIGGER D input pin should be either not connected or
connected to RESERVE output pin (pins 67 and 97) ie: (connect pin 66 to pin 67 and pin 96 to 97).
・ The RESERVE pins (pins 67 and 97) are provided for an additional output. If unused they should be
OPEN or connected to Trigger D.
・ NC pins (pins 117 to 119) should be left OPEN.
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.OPERATION
6.
① Referring to the item “ 5. CONNECTION”, connect each equipment correctly.
② Turn on the connected equipment and the camera.
③ When using the camera for the first time and when replacing the camera cable and the camera head, be
sure to operate the ABB adjustment in advance, referring to the item “6.1 Automatic Black Balance”.
④ Pointing the lens at the object, operate the lens iris adjustment, focus adjustment, etc.
⑤ Referring to the item “6.2 White Balance”, operate the adjustment.
⑥ Referring to the items “6.3 Scene File, 6.4 Gain, 7. MODE SETTING BY ON SCREEN DISPLAY”, select
the necessary items.
.1 Automatic Black Balance
6.
Black balance adjustment is necessary to get the correct black picture level.
・ Close the lens iris.
・ If the color bar pattern is displayed on the screen or if the index menu/menu is displayed, press the
[DISP] button to disable the color bar pattern or the character display. If the camera is in Freeze Mode,
perform the cancellation procedure (refer to the item “6.6 Freeze Operation”) to return the camera to Live
Image Mode.
・ Hold the [DATA DOWN] button for approx. 1 second.
・ When the black balance adjustment operation starts, the character ABB blinks on the screen.
・ When the black balance adjustment operation finishes, the character ABB ends blinking and the result
appears for approx. 1 second.
Display
Meaning
ABB OK
Automatic black balance adjustment finished correctly.
ABB NG
Automatic black balance adjustment cannot be performed because the lens iris
CLOSE LENS
is open. Close the lens iris.
ABB NG
Automatic black balance adjustment cannot be performed.
Operate the automatic black balance again.
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.2 White Balance
6.
For the white balance adjustment for this unit, ATW (Automatic Trace White balance), AWB (Automatic
White Balance) and MANUAL (Manual white balance) adjustments are provided. Referring to the items “7.2
(3) WHT BAL (White balance), 7. MODE SETTING BY ON SCREEN DISPLAY”, select the desired mode.
Outline
Features
Notes
ATW
(Automatic Trace White
Balance)
)
Camera measures the object
color temperature and
adjust the white balance
automatically.
Traces variations of color
temperature and adjusts
the white balance automatically.
If an illumination is low,
white balance may not be
corrected. When the shutter
mode is EXT TRIG or long
the long period exposure
mode, ATW is not available.
AWB
(Automatic White Balance)
)
Adjust white balance by
displaying the white object
inside the area set by AWB
menu and pressing the
[DATA UP] button.
Measurement accuracy is
higher than ATW. This
mode is effective when
shooting under less variations of color temperature.
When the shutter mode is
EXT TRIG, AWB is not
available.
MANUAL
(Manual White Balance)
)
Adjust the white balance
manually using the WHT
BAL menu while shooting
the white object.
Artificial white balance
setting can be set. The
manual adjustment is most
effective under shooting
condition with no color
temperature variation.
Adjustment is performed by
confirming with a vector
scope.
① AWB(Automatic white balance)
・ Set the MODE to AWB on the WHT BAL menu.
Perform the C.TEMP (color temperature conversion) setting, if necessary.
(Refer to the item “7.2 (3) WHT BAL (White balance)”.)
3200K:Appropriate for indoor shooting.
5600K:Appropriate for outdoor shooting.
・ If the color bar pattern is displayed on the screen or if the index menu/menu is displayed, press the [DISP]
button to disable the color bar pattern or the character display on the menu. If the camera is in Freeze
Mode, perform the cancellation procedure (refer to the item “6.6 Freeze Operation”) to return the camera to
Live Image Mode.
・ Shoot a known white object that fills the area set by the AWB menu (refer to the item “7.2 (3) (3.1) (d)
Changing AWB zone area” ) and push [DATA UP] button for approx. 1 second.
・ The character AWB blinks on the screen when the AWB starts.
・ The character AWB stops blinking when the AWB finishes, and the result is displayed for approx. 1 second.
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Display
Meaning
AWB OK
Automatic white balance adjustment finished correctly.
AWB NG
Automatic white balance adjustment cannot be performed because the video level is
LEVEL LOW
too low.
Set the video level properly.
AWB NG
Automatic white balance adjustment cannot be performed because the video level is
LEVEL HIGH
too high.
Set the video level properly.
AWB NG
C.
.TEMP LOW
Automatic white balance adjustment cannot be performed because the color
temperature is too low.
If the C.TEMP is set to 5600K, set to 3200K.
If the message appears with the C.TEMP set to 3200K, change the illumination or
use a color temperature conversion filter.
AWB NG
C.
.TEMP HIGH
Automatic white balance adjustment cannot be performed because the color
temperature is too high.
If the C.TEMP is set to 3200K, set to 5600K.
If the message appears with the C.TEMP set to 5600K, change the illumination or
use the color temperature conversion filter.
AWB NG
Automatic white balance adjustment cannot be performed because the shutter speed
NOT AVAILABLE
mode is EXT TRIG mode.
AWB NG
Automatic white balance adjustment cannot be performed for other reasons. Such as
no white area is included in an object, etc.
② MANUAL(Manual white balance)
・ Set the MODE to MANUAL on the WHT BAL menu.
(Refer to the item “7.2 (3) WHT BAL (white balance)”.)
・ Shoot a known white object, adjust the white balance adjusting the levels of R GAIN and B GAIN on the
menu, confirming with a monitor or a vector scope.
(Refer to the item “7.2 (3) (3.3) Changing each setting in MANUAL mode”.)
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.3 Scene File
6.
Three scene files (A, B, C) are available as user memories for this unit. These are selectable depending on
shooting conditions. By using the [FILE] button, the camera operation is changed immediately from the
currently selected Scene File to the next. (Refer to the item “7. MODE SETTING BY ON SCREEN
DISPLAY”.)
・ While any menu is displayed, pressing the [FILE] button will display the menu settings for the next Scene File:
FILE A → FILE B → FILE C
・ When the [FILE] button is pressed while the camera is in live image mode, the current scene file selection
at that time is displayed for approx. 3 seconds in the upper right corner of the screen. If the [FILE] button is
pressed again while the position is displayed, the scene file cycles as described above.
6.
.4 Gain
When the image is dark even if the lens iris is open, change the gain (video gain) to get the proper video
level.
For the gain adjustment of the unit, AUTO (Automatic gain control), MANUAL (Manual), OFF (0 dB) modes
are provided. Select the mode on the GAIN menu. (Refer to the item “7.2 (2) GAIN (Video gain)”.)
① AUTO(Automatic gain control)
When the output is low, the gain is automatically adjusted to a suitable video level.
The maximum value of the gain is 20dB, and can be set from 0 to 20dB in 1dB steps.
(Refer to the item
“7.2 (2) (2.1) Changing the maximum gain in AUTO (Automatic gain control) mode”.)
Video level (LEVEL), peak average value ratio (PEAK/AVE), and measurement light area (AREA) is same
as the setting on the automatic shutter. (Refer to the item “7.2 (1) (1.1) Changing each setting in AUTO
mode”.)
② MANUAL(Manual gain)
Gain adjustment is performed on the GAIN menu. The adjustment range is from 0 to 20dB in 1dB steps.
(Refer to the item “7.2 (2) (2.2) Changing the gain in MANUAL mode”.)
③ OFF
Gain is fixed at 0 dB.
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6.
.5 Shading Correction
Due to the lens used or the environmental condition, vertical color shading may occur at the top and bottom
of the screen. In this case, the shading correction can decrease the color shading. For the shading correction
of the unit, SET (Automatic shading correction), MANUAL (Manual shading correction), and OFF (no shading
correction) modes are provided. Select the mode on the OPTION menu. (Refer to the item “7.2 (7) (7.3)
Changing shading correction mode”.)
① SET(Auto shading)
・ When the shutter speed mode is set to EXT TRIG or the SS long period exposure mode, the automatic
shading correction cannot be performed.
・ If the color bar pattern is displayed on the screen or if the index menu/menu is displayed, press the
[DISP] button to remove them from the screen. If the camera is in Freeze Mode, perform the
cancellation procedure (refer to the item “6.6 Freeze Operation”) to return the camera to Live Image
Mode.
・ Push the [MENU UP] button for approx. 1 second.
・ When the automatic shading correction operation starts, the character SHD blinks on the screen.
・ When the automatic shading correction operation terminates, the character SHD ends blinking and the
result is displayed for approx. 1 second.
Display
Meaning
SHD OK
Automatic shading correction operation terminated correctly.
SHD OK
Automatic shading correction operation terminated, however, the correction
LIMIT
necessary exceeds the camera’s range so the maximum possible value is applied.
SHD NG
Automatic shading correction cannot be performed because the video level is too
LEVEL LOW
low. Set the video level properly.
SHD NG
Automatic shading correction cannot be performed because the video level is too
LEVEL HIGH
high. Set the video level properly.
SHD NG
Automatic shading correction operation cannot be performed because the shutter
NOT AVAILABLE
speed mode is the EXT TRIG mode or the SS long period exposure mode.
② MANUAL(Manual Shading)
Perform the correction amount setting on the OPTION menu, confirming with a monitor or a vector scope.
(Refer to the “7.2 (7) (7.4) Changing the manual shading correction setting”.)
③ OFF
The status is no shading correction.
* The shading correction is effective when the lens iris or zoom ratio is fixed. Use the unit with
SHADING OFF for variable lens conditions.
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6.
.6 Freeze Operation
・ Freeze Mode Operation is only possible when no menu character display or color bar is on the screen.
・ Freeze Mode Operation is not possible when the shutter mode is set to EXT TRIG.
・ The method of toggling between Live Image Mode and Freeze Mode differs according to the shutter
menu’s FREEZE INPUT setting.
When set to FRONT : The mode is toggled using the FREEZE button on the front panel.
When set to TRIG
: The mode is toggled at the rising edge of the trigger terminal input.
When set to TRIG
: The mode is toggled at the falling edge of the trigger terminal input.
・ When the OPTION menu’s FREEZE DISP setting is set to ON, “FREEZE” is indicated at the upper right
corner of the screen.
・ During Freeze Mode Operation, the [DISP], [PAGE], [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN], [DATA UP], [DATA
DOWN] and [FILE] buttons are disabled.
.MODE SETTING BY ON SCREEN DISPLAY
7.
Various settings can be controlled on the unit by using the on screen menu displayed on the monitor. The
contents once set are memorized in the scene files (A, B, C) selected when the power is turned off, so it is
unnecessary to set again when using the unit next time. When the setting is performed, select the menu of
the item to be set.
7.
.1 Using the Menues
When the power turns on, the normal screen showing only the video signal appears. Change the output to
each screen (video signal output, color bar screen, Index menu, menus, and area menu) by using the [DISP],
[PAGE], [MENU UP], and [MENU DOWN] buttons.
* A menu is selected when pushing the [PAGE] button after moving the “→” on the screen by the [MENU
UP], [MENU DOWN] button while the Index menu is displayed.
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POWER SW
ON
Video signal output
Color bar screen
Index menu
DISP
DISP
DISP
PAGE
DISP
PAGE
PAGE
Menus
PAGE
1.SHUTTER
2.GAIN
PAGE
3.WHT BAL
PAGE
4.PROCESS
PAGE
AUTO
AUTO
ATW
GAMMA
ON
MANU
MANU
AWB
GAMMA
OFF
NORM
MANU
SS
5.MATRIX
PAGE
6.OPTION
6.SYNC
PAGE
PAGE
ON
INT
RGB
OFF
EXT
Y/PR/PB
EXT TRIG
1 PULSE SNR
EXT TRIG
1 PULSE SR
EXT TRIG
2 PULSE
EXT TRIG
RS232C
DISP
DATA
UP/DOWN
Area menu
DATA
UP/DOWN
DISP
Area menu
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
E
E
USER
USER
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The screen is changed to the area screen by
selecting AUTO in the 1.SHUTTER menu and
AWB in the 3.WHT BAL menu in the setting
screen For more details, refer to the item "7.2
Each menu".
7.
.2 Menus
・ Select the menu to change the setting by referring the item “7.1 Using the Menus”.
・ When the [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons are pushed, the “→” on the screen moves up and down.
Move the “→” to the item to change.
( 1 ) SHUTTER(
(Electronic shutter)
)
The electronic shutter has four modes; AUTO, MANUAL, SS(Synchro. Scan), EXT TRIG(External trigger).
Press the “Page” button to enter the Shutter Page. Use the “Data Up/Down” buttons to select the Shutter
Mode.
AUTO
MANUAL
SS
EXT TRIG
AUTO
: The exposure time is controlled automatically to obtain the video level set.
MANUAL
: It is possible to select the exposure time from eight speed settings; OFF (1/50s), 1/120s,
1/250s, 1/500s, 1/1000s, 1/2000s, 1/4000s, 1/10000s.
Note:
When setting a rapid shutter speed, sensitivity degrades according to the speed.
When a discharging light such as fluorescent lamp, etc. is used for the illumination,
SS
the flicker may be large.
: Shutter speed can be set by the horizontal scanning time (1H) unit or by the frame unit.
EXT TRIG
: Exposure is performed and images are output by external trigger. EXT TRIG includes the
four modes described below. (For details of specifications, refer to the item “7.5 EXT TRIG
(External trigger)”.)
●1 PULSE SNR(1 Pulse Sync Non Reset)
The charge begins to accumulate after the trigger pulse is received, and 1 field images are
output according to the internal vertical sync signal timing. The exposure/accumulation time
can be set from 0.06 to 16 ms. The trigger signal timing can be set to either the rising or
falling edge.
●1 PULSE SR(1 Pulse Sync Reset)
The charge begins to accumulate after the trigger pulse is received. Upon completion of
accumulation the vertical sync signal is reset and 1 field images are output. The
exposure/accumulation time can be set from 0.06 to 20 ms. The trigger signal timing can
be set to either the rising or falling edge.
●2 PULSE
The charge begins to accumulate after the trigger pulse is received. Upon completion of
accumulation the vertical sync signal is reset and 1 field images are output. The
exposure/accumulation time is the time from when the first trigger signal is taken in until
the next trigger signal is taken in. The trigger signal intake timing can be set to one of
three settings: rising edge, falling edge or pulse width (front and back edges of pulse).
●RS232C
Accumulation of charges is started and ended by RS232C external control command
input, and 1 field images are output without changing the vertical sync signal timing.
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(1.
.1)
) Changing each setting in AUTO mode
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
・Shutter mode
AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG
・Video level adjustment
-100 to 100
・Peak and average ratio adjustment
--
1
SHUTTER --
00:10 to 10:00
<FILE A>
・Automatic shutter response speed adjustment
→MODE
LEVEL
PEAK/AVE
SPEED
AREA
AREA DISPLAY
FLD/FRM
FREEZE INPUT
AUTO
0
05:05
5
PRESET A
OFF
FLD
FRONT
1 to 10
・Automatic shutter area selection
PRESET A, PRESET B, PRESET C, PRESET D, PRESET E, USER
・Automatic shutter area display selection
・FLD/FRM SW
FLD, FRM
・Freeze operation selection
FRONT, TRIG
, TRIG
< MODE = AUTO>
(a) Changing the video level in the automatic shutter mode
① Set the “→” to LEVEL by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the video level by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
→ The value increases by pushing [DATA UP]
-100
0
100
← The value decreases by pushing [DATA DOWN]
(b) Changing the automatic shutter detection (ratio between peak and average value)
① Set the “→” to PEAK/AVE by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the ratio between peak and average value by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
(Peak:Average)
00:10
→ The peak value increases by pushing [DATA UP]
05:05
10:00
← The peak value decreases by pushing [DATA DOWN]
(c) Changing the automatic shutter response speed
① Set the “→” to SPEED by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the response speed by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
→ The response speed becomes faster by pushing [DATA UP]
1
5
10
← The response speed becomes slower by pushing [DATA DOWN]
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(d) Changing the automatic shutter zone area
① Set the “→” to AREA by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the measurement light area by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
PRESET A
PRESET B
PRESET A
PRESET C
PRESET D
[DATA DOWN]
PRESET B
PRESET E
PRESET C
USER
PRESET D
Custom
Selection
PRESET E
USER
(e) Confirming the contents of the measurement light area selected by the automatic shutter
① Set the “→” to AREA DISP by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Area screen appears by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
When AREA is set to USER, the setting can be changed on the area menu. When changing the area, refer
to the item “7.2 (8) Setting USER area”.
③ Push the [DISP] button to return to the menu.
(f) Changing the CCD storage mode
① Set the “→” to FLD/FRM by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either FLD (field) or FRM (frame) by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
(g) Changing the freeze operation setting
① Set the “→” to FREEZE INPUT by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the freeze operation by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
When set to FRONT
:The Freeze Operation is performed by using the FREEZE button on the front
When set to TRIG
panel.
:The Freeze Operation is performed at the rising edge of
When set to TRIG
:The Freeze Operation is performed at the falling edge of the rear TRIG input.
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the rear TRIG input.
(1.
.2)
) Changing each setting in MANU mode
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
・Sutter mode AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG
--
1
SHUTTER --
→MODE
MANUAL
FLD/FRM
FREEZE INPUT
<FILE A>
・Sutter speed setting
OFF, 1/120s, 1/250s, 1/500s, 1/1000s, 1/2000s,
1/4000s, 1/10000s
MANUAL
1/10000s
FLD
FRONT
・FLD/FRM SW
FLD, FRM
・Freeze operation selection FRONT, TRIG
, TRIG
< MODE = MANUAL>
(a) Changing the shutter speed
① Set the “→” to MANU by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the shutter speed by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
OFF
1/120s
1/250s
1/500s
1/1000s
[DATA DOWN]
1/2000s
1/4000s
1/10000s
(b) Changing the CCD storage mode
① Set the “→” to FLD/FRM by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either FLD (field) or FRM (frame) by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
(c) Changing the freeze operation setting
① Set the “→” to FREEZE INPUT by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the freeze operation by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
When set to FRONT
: The Freeze Operation is performed by using the FREEZE button on the front
When set to TRIG
panel.
:The Freeze Operation is performed at the rising edge of the rear TRIG input.
When set to TRIG
:The Freeze Operation is performed at the falling edge of the rear TRIG input.
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(1.
.3)
) Changing each setting in SS(
(synchro. scan)
)mode
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
・Shutter mode AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG
--
1
SHUTTER --
→MODE
SYNCHRO SCAN
FLD/FRM
FREEZE INPUT
<FILE A>
・Synchro. scan setting
1/625H←→310/625H←→OFF←→ FLD:1FRM←→255FRM
FRM:2FRM←→256FRM
SS
OFF
FLD
FRONT
・FLD/FRM SW
FLD, FRM
・Freeze operation selection FRONT, TRIG
, TRIG
< MODE = SS >
(a) Changing the shutter speed setting
① Set the “→” to SYNCHRO SCAN by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select the shutter speed by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
1/625H
310/625H
OFF
255FRM
at FLD
2FRM
256FRM
[DATA DOWN] Long time exposure
1FRM
at FRM
(b) Changing the CCD storage mode
① Set the “→” to FLD/FRM by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either FLD (field) or FRM (frame) by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
(c) Changing the freeze operation setting
① Set the “→” to FREEZE INPUT by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the freeze operation by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
When set to FRONT
: The Freeze Operation is performed by using the FREEZE button on the front
When set to TRIG
panel.
: The Freeze Operation is performed at the rising edge of the rear TRIG input.
When set to TRIG
: The Freeze Operation is performed at the falling edge of the rear TRIG input.
Note:
The longer the storage time with extended exposures, the more visible certain characteristics of CCD
cameras become: fixed pattern noise, white pixels, etc.
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(1.
.4)
) Changing each setting in EXT TRIG mode
The EXT TRIG has four modes; 1PULSE SNR, 1PULSE SR, 2PULSE, RS232C.
First set the “→” to MODE and select EXT TRIG, then set the “→” to EXT TRIG and select the desired EXT
TRIG mode.
(1.
.4.
.1)
) Changing each setting in 1PULSE SNR mode
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
・Shutter mode AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG
--
1
SHUTTER --
→MODE
EXT TRIG
TRIG PULSE
EXPOSURE
< MODE = EXT TRIG
<FILE A>
EXT TRIG
1PULSE SNR
・EXT TRIG mode
1PULSE SNR, 1PULSE SR, 2PULSE, RS232C
・Input trigger pulse setting at 1PULSE SNR and 1PULSE SR
… The rising edge
… The falling edge
・Exposure time setting at 1PULSE SNR and 1PULSE SR
0.06ms
0.4ms
1ms
20ms
0.02ms step
0.1ms step
1ms step
20ms
EXT TRIG = 1PULSE SNR>
(a) Changing inputting trigger pulse setting
① Set the “→” to TRIG PULSE by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either
or
by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
* This setting is only valid in the 1PULSE mode (1PULSE SNR and 1PULSE SR). To make the trigger
pulse setting when using the 2PULSE mode, first set the EXT TRIG mode to 2PULSE, then make the
settings with the TRIG PULSE items.
(b) Changing 1PULSE exposure time setting
① Set the “→” to EXPOSURE by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the exposure time by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
0.06ms
0.4ms
1ms
20ms
(0.02ms step)
(0.1ms step)
(1ms step)
[DATA DOWN]
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(1.
.4.
.2)
) Changing each setting in 1PULSE SR mode
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
・Shutter mode AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG
--
1
SHUTTER --
→MODE
EXT TRIG
TRIG PULSE
EXPOSURE
< MODE = EXT TRIG
<FILE A>
EXT TRIG
1PULSE SR
・EXT TRIG mode
1PULSE SNR, 1PULSE SR, 2PULSE, RS232C
・Input trigger pulse setting at 1PULSE SNR and 1PULSE SR
… The rising edge
… The falling edge
・Exposure time setting at 1PULSE SNR and 1PULSE SR
0.06ms
0.4ms
1ms
20ms
0.02ms step
0.1ms step
1ms step
20ms
EXT TRIG = 1PULSE SR>
(a) Changing inputting trigger pulse setting
① Set the “→” to TRIG PULSE by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either
or
by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
* This setting is only valid in the 1PULSE mode (1PULSE SNR and 1PULSE SR). To make the trigger
pulse setting when using the 2PULSE mode, first set the EXT TRIG mode to 2PULSE, then make the
settings with the TRIG PULSE items.
(b) Changing 1PULSE exposure time setting
① Set the “→” to EXPOSURE by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the exposure time by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
0.06ms
0.4ms
1ms
20ms
(0.02ms step)
(0.1ms step)
(1ms step)
[DATA DOWN]
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(1.
.4.
.3)
) Changing each setting in 2PULSE mode
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
・Shutter mode
--
1
SHUTTER --
→MODE
EXT TRIG
TRIG PULSE
FLD/FRM
< MODE = EXT TRIG
AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG
<FILE A>
・EXT TRIG mode
1PULSE SNR, 1PULSE SR, 2PULSE, RS232C
EXT TRIG
2PULSE
・Input trigger pulse setting at 2PULSE
… The rising edge
… The falling edge
… Front and back edges of pulse
・ FLD/FRM SW FLD, FRM
FLD
EXT TRIG = 2PULSE>
(a) Changing inputting trigger pulse setting
① Set the “→” to TRIG PULSE by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either
,
or
by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
* This setting is only valid in the 2PULSE mode. To make the trigger pulse setting when using the
1PULSE mode, first set the EXT TRIG mode to 1PULSE SNR or 1PULSE SR, then make the settings
with the TRIG PULSE items.
(b) Changing the CCD storage mode
① Set the “→” to FLD/FRM by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either FLD (field) or FRM (frame) by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
Note:
The longer the storage time with extended exposures, the more visible certain characteristics of CCD
cameras become: fixed pattern noise, white pixels, etc.
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(1.
.4.
.4)
) Changing each setting in RS232C mode
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
・Sutter mode
--
1
SHUTTER --
→MODE
EXT TRIG
FLD/FRM
< MODE = EXT TRIG
AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG
<FILE A>
EXT TRIG
RS232C
FLD
・EXT TRIG mode
1PULSE SNR, 1PULSE SR, 2PULSE, RS232C
・ FLD/FRM SW
FLD, FRM
EXT TRIG = RS232C>
(b) Changing the CCD storage mode
① Set the “→” to FLD/FRM by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either FLD (field) or FRM (frame) by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
Note:
The longer the storage time with extended exposures, the more visible certain characteristics of CCD
cameras become: fixed pattern noise, white pixels, etc.
(2)
) GAIN (Video gain)
GAIN has three modes; AUTO, MANUAL, OFF.
Set the “→” to MODE, push the [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN], and select mode among AUTO, MANUAL, OFF.
In the OFF mode, gain is fixed to 0dB.
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(2.
.1)
) Changing the maximum gain in AUTO (Automatic gain control) mode
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
--
2
GAIN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
--
<FILE A>
・Gain mode
→MODE
MAX GAIN
AUTO
10dB
AUTO, MANUAL, OFF
・Automatic maximum gain setting
0dB to 20dB(1dB step)
① Set the “→” to MAX GAIN by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the automatic maximum gain by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
0dB
20dB
[DATA DOWN]
(2.
.2)
) Changing the gain in MANUAL mode
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
--
2
GAIN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
--
<FILE A>
・Gain mode
→MODE
MANUAL
MANUAL
0dB
AUTO, MANUAL, OFF
・Manual gain setting
0dB to 20dB(1dB step)
① Set the “→” to MANUAL by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the manual gain by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
0dB
20dB
[DATA DOWN]
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(3)
) WHT BAL(White balance)
WHT BAL has three modes; AWB, ATW, MANUAL.
Set the “→” to MODE, push the [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN], and select mode among AWB, ATW, MANUAL.
(3.
.1)
) Changing each setting in AWB(Automatic White Balance) mode
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
・White balance mode setting
・Color temperature setting
--
3
WHT BAL --
→MODE
C.TEMP
R PAINT
B PAINT
AREA
AREA DISPLAY
AWB, ATW, MANUAL
3200K, 5600K
<FILE A>
AWB
3200K
0
0
PRESET A
OFF
・R PAINT adjustment
-10 to 10
・B PAINT adjustment
-10 to 10
・AWB area
PRESET A, PRESET B, PRESET C, PRESET D, PRESET E, USER
・AWB area display
(a) Changing color temperature setting
① Set the “→” to C.TEMP by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either 3200K or 5600K by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
(b) Changing R PAINT
① Set the “→” to R PAINT by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the red paint by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-10
Red is decreased.
Red is increased.
0
10
[DATA DOWN]
(c) Changing B PAINT
① Set the “→” to B PAINT by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the blue paint by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-10
Blue is decreased.
Blue is increased.
0
10
[DATA DOWN]
(d) Confirming the contents of the zone area selected by AWB
① Set the “→” to AREA DISP by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select the area by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
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PRESET A
PRESET B
PRESET C
PRESET D
Custom
Selection
PRESET E
USER
(e) Confirming the contents of the zone area
① Set the “→” to AREA DISP by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Area screen appears by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
When AREA is set to USER, the setting can be changed on the area menu. When changing the area, refer
to the item “7.2 (8) Setting USER area”.
③ Push the [DISP] button to return to the menu.
(3.
.2)
) Changing each setting in ATW(Automatic Trace White Balance) mode
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
--
3
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
WHT BAL --
→MODE
R PAINT
B PAINT
・White balance mode
AWB, ATW, MANUAL
・R PAINT adjustment
-10 to 10
・B PAINT adjustment
-10 to 10
<FILE A>
ATW
0
0
(a) Changing R PAINT
① Set the “→” to R PAINT by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the red paint by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-10
Red is decreased.
Red is increased.
0
10
[DATA DOWN]
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(b) Changing B PAINT
① Set the “→” to B PAINT by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the blue paint by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-10
Blue is increased.
0
10
[DATA DOWN]
Blue is decreased.
(3.
.3)
) Changing the gain in MANUAL mode
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
--
3
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
WHT BAL --
→MODE
R GAIN
B GAIN
C.TEMP
・White balance mode
AWB, ATW, MANUAL
・Red gain adjustment
-100 to 100
・Blue gain adjustment
-100 to 100
<FILE A>
MANUAL
0
0
3200k
・Color temperature setting
3200K, 5600K
(1) Changing the red gain
① Set the “→” to R GAIN by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the red gain by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-10
Red is decreased.
Red is increased.
0
10
[DATA DOWN]
(2) Changing the blue gain
① Set the “→” to B GAIN by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the blue gain by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-10
Blue is decreased.
Blue is increased.
0
10
[DATA DOWN]
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(4)
) PROCESS
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
・Gamma correction ON, OFF
・Gamma correction level setting -10 to 10
・Black level gamma LOW, NORMAL, HIGH
--
4
PROCESS --
<FILE A>
・Detail gain setting -7 to 7
→GAMMA ON/OFF
GAMMA
BLACK GAMMA
DTL GAIN
DTL B.FRQ
M.PED
CHROMA GAIN
DNR
ON
0
NORMAL
0
NORMAL
0
0
OFF
・Detail boost frequency setting LOW, NORMAL, HIGH
・Master pedestal setting -50 to 50
・Chroma gain setting -128 to 127
・Digital noise reduction ON,OFF
(4.
.1)
) Changing the gamma correction ON/OFF
① Set the “→” to GAMMA ON/OFF by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either ON or OFF by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
When ON is selected, menu will show the GAMMA and BLACK GAMMA selections. When OFF is
selected, GAMMA and BLACK GAMMA disappear. So the setting for GAMMA and BLACK GAMMA
cannot be made.
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
--
4
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
PROCESS --
→GAMMA ON/OFF
DTL GAIN
DTL B.FRQ
M.PED
CHROMA GAIN
DNR
・Gamma correction
ON, OFF
・Detail gain setting
-7 to 7
<FILE A>
OFF
0
NORMAL
0
0
OFF
・Detail boost frequency setting
・Master pedestal setting
・Chroma gain setting
・Digital noise reduction
LOW, NORMAL, HIGH
-50 to 50
-128 to 127
ON,OFF
Menu when GAMMA OFF is selected.
(4.
.2)
) Changing gamma correction level
① Set the “→” to GAMMA by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the gamma correction level by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-10
Correction amount becomes larger.
0
10
Correction amount becomes smaller.
[DATA DOWN]
* When OFF is selected in GAMMA ON/OFF selection line, the display GAMMA turns off automatically.
So the gamma correction level change cannot be changed.
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(4.
.3)
) Changing black gamma correction level
① Set the “→” to BLACK GAMMA by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select black gamma correction by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
LOW
NORMAL
HIGH
[DATA DOWN]
* When OFF is selected in GAMMA ON/OFF selection line, the display BLACK GAMMA turns off
automatically. So the black gamma correction level change cannot be changed.
(4.
.4)
) Changing two-dimension low pass filter
① Set the “→” to 2D LPF by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either ON or OFF by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
* When ON is selected, the cross color noise in VBS output is reduced.
Note:
Select OFF in step 2 described above when using signals other than the VBS output.
When OFF is selected in the GAMMA ON/OFF line or when DTL OUT ON is selected in the OPTION
menu, the display 2D LPF turns off automatically. So 2D LPF change cannot be performed. (2D LPF is
set to OFF.)
(4.
.5)
) Changing detail (outline) gain
① Set the “→” to DTL GAIN by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the detail gain by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-7
The detail decreases.
The detail increases.
0
7
[DATA DOWN]
* When DTL OUT ON is selected in OPTION menu, the display DTL GAIN turns off automatically. So
DTL GAIN change cannot be performed.
(4.
.6)
) Changing detail boost frequency
① Set the “→” to DTL B.FREQ by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the detail boost frequency by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
LOW
NORMAL
HIGH
[DATA DOWN]
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(4.
.7)
) Changing master pedestal
① Set the “→” to M. PED by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the master pedestal by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-50
M PED rises
0
M PED decreases
50
[DATA DOWN]
* When DTL OUT ON is selected in OPTION menu, the display M. PED turns off automatically.
So the M. PED change cannot be performed.
--
4
PROCESS --
→GAMMA ON/OFF
GAMMA
BLACK GAMMA
DTL B.FRQ
CHROMA GAIN
DNR
<FILE A>
--
4
PROCESS --
→ GAMMA ON/OFF
DTL B.FRQ
CHROMA GAIN
DNR
ON
0
NORMAL
NORMAL
0
OFF
<FILE A>
OFF
NORMAL
0
OFF
Menu when DTL OUT ON is selected in OPTION menu.
(4.
.8)
) Changing CHROMA GAIN
① Set the “→” to CHROMA GAIN by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the chroma gain by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-128
Chroma gain increases.
Chroma gain increases.
0
127
[DATA DOWN]
Note:
The chroma gain setting is only valid for VBS output signals and Y/C output signals. It is not valid for
the RGB output in the RGB terminal, the Y/PR/PB outputs or the DIGITAL terminal’s digital output
signals.
(4.
.9)
) Changing DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
① Set the “→” to DNR by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either ON or OFF by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
Note:
When DNR is set to ON, noise is reduced, but the resolution decreases slightly.
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(5)
) MATRIX(Matrix color correction)
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
・Red hue setting
--
・Red gain setting
5
MATRIX --
→MATRIX
・Green hue setting
R
R
G
G
B
B
・Green gain setting
・Blue hue setting
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
HUE
GAIN
HUE
GAIN
HUE
GAIN
<FILE A>
・Yellow gain setting
ON
0
0
0
0
0
0
・Matrix color correction
ON, OFF
・Yellow hue setting
Ye
Ye
Cy
Cy
Mg
Mg
HUE
GAIN
HUE
GAIN
HUE
GAIN
0
0
0
0
0
0
・Blue gain setting
・Cyan hue setting
・Cyan gain setting
・Magenta hue setting
・Magenta gain setting
(5.
.1)
) Changing Matrix color correction ON/OFF
① Set the “→” to MATRIX by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either ON or OFF by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
(5.
.2)
) Changing each color of MATRIX setting
① Set the “→” to the desired item by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set the color by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-15
0
15
[DATA DOWN]
* When matrix color correction is set to OFF, the setting indications turn off, so the color cannot be
set.
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(6)
) SYNC
When an external sync signal is input, the display changes from INT (internal sync) to EXT (external sync)
automatically.
INT
EXT
(6.
.1)
) INT screen
--
6
SYNC --
MODE
<FILE A>
INT
(6.
.2)
) Changing EXT setting
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
・Sync system display
--
6
SYNC --
MODE
→H PHASE
SC 0/180
SC PHASE
<FILE A>
EXT
0
0
0
・H PHASE
-100 to 100
・SC 0/180
0, 180
・SC PHASE
-128 to 127
(a) Adjusting horizontal phase
① Set the “→” to H PHASE by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Adjust the horizontal phase by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-100
0
100
[DATA DOWN]
(b) Performing coarse adjustment of sub carrier phase
① Set the “→” to SC 0/180 by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either 0 or 180 by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
(c) Adjusting sub carrier phase
① Set the “→” to SC PHASE by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Adjust the sub carrier phase by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-127
0
128
[DATA DOWN]
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(7)
) OPTION
Move up and down
By pushing
MENU UP,DOWN
Set by pushing
DATA UP,DOWN
・OUTPUT1 RGB, Y/PR/PB
・OUTPUT2 VBS, Y/C
・SHADING MODE SET, MANUAL, OFF
--
7
OPTION
--
<FILE A>
・Manual shading setting
→OUTPUT1
OUTPUT2
SHADING
MAHUAL
RGB SYNC
FREEZE DISP
NEGA/POSI
DTL OUT
BAUD RATE
RGB
VBS
MANUAL
0
G
ON
POSI
OFF
9600bps
・RGB SYNC
-128 to 127
G, ALL ON, ALL OFF
・Freeze display
ON, OFF
・Nega/Posi inversion SW NEGA, POSI
・Detail signal output ON, OFF
・RS232C baud rate 9600bps, 19200bps
(7.
.1)
) Changing OUTPUT1 output
① Set the “→” to OUTPUT1 by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either RGB or Y/PR/PB by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
(7.
.2)
) Changing OUTPUT2 output
① Set the “→” to OUTPUT2 by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either VBS or Y/C by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
(7.
.3)
) Changing shading correction mode
① Set the “→” to SHADING by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select SET, MANUAL or OFF by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
(7.
.4)
) Changing manual shading correction mode
① Set the “→” to MANUAL by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Set manual shading correction by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
[DATA UP]
-127
0
128
[DATA DOWN]
* When the shading correction mode is set to anything other than MANUAL, the display turns off, so
the setting cannot be made.
(7.
.5)
) Changing RGB SYNC
① Set the “→” to RGB SYNC by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select G, ALL ON or ALL OFF by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
* When Y/PR/PB is selected at OUTPUT1, the display RGB SYNC turns off automatically. So RGB
SYNC change cannot be performed.
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(7.
.6)
) Changing FREEZE DISP setting
① Set the “→” to FREEZE DISP by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either ON or OFF by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons. When ON is selected, the
word “FREEZE” appears on the frozen image.
(7.
.7)
) Changing Negative/Positive inversion switch
① Set the “→” to NEGA/POSI by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either NEGA (negative) or POSI (positive) by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
(7.
.8)
) Changing detail signal output
① Set the “→” to DTL OUT by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either ON (detail signal only is output) or OFF (video signal) by pushing [DATA UP],
[DATA
DOWN] buttons.
(7.
.9)
) Changing RS232C communication baud rate
① Set the “→” to BAUD RATE by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons.
② Select either 9600bps or 19200bps by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons.
(8)
) Setting USER area
・ When USER is selected for the AREA of the automatic shutter or for AWB, the light measurement zones
can be changed.
・ The USER area is composed of 64 zones with 8 (vertical) x 8 (horizontal) areas, and each area can be set
to ON/OFF.
① Set the output to area menu.
Set the output to the area menu by referring to the item “7.2 (1.1) (e) Confirming the contents of the
measurement light area selected by automatic shutter” and “7.2 (3.1) (e) Confirming the contents of the
measurement light area selected by AWB”.
U。
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② Move the “o” to the zone to be appeared.
The display “o” moves up, down, left and right by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN], [DATA UP],
[DATA DOWN] buttons.
[MENU UP]
○
↑
[DATA DOWN]○ ← ○ → ○ [DATA UP]
↓
○
[MENU DOWN]
③ Select ON/OFF for the zone.
Select ON (effective) or OFF (ineffective) by pushing [PAGE] button.
When ON is selected, the display “□” appears on the screen and when OFF is selected, “□” turns off.
④ Push [DISP] button to return to the menu.
Note:
When OFF is selected for all 64 zones, the automatic shutter function and AWB function are not
performed correctly. So do not select OFF for all.
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(9)
) Setting to factory setting status
The contents set of each scene file can be returned to the factory default status (preset status).
(1) Select a file to set to the factory default status by [FILE] button.
(2) If the color bar pattern or characters are displayed on the screen, press the [DISP] button to disable the
color bar pattern and character display. If the camera is in Freeze Mode, perform the cancellation
procedure (refer to the item “6.6 Freeze Operation”) to return the camera to Live Image Mode.
(3) Push [MENU DOWN] and [DATA DOWN] buttons simultaneously for approx. 1 second.
(4) The preset operation starts. When the preset operation finishes, the character PRESET OK is displayed
for approx. 1 second.
7.
.3 External Sync
When using the unit with an external sync signal, input VBS (composite video signal) or BS to EXT. SYNC
terminal on the rear panel, or input HD and VD to DC IN/SYNC terminal. When the external sync signal is
input, the camera automatically switches its sync from the internal sync to the external sync.
The operation is as shown below, depending on the unit’s status and how external sync signals are input.
Unit’s status
Shutter mode:EXT TRIG
EXT TRIG:1PULSE SR
or 2PULSE
Others
HD input
VD input
EXT. SYNC input
Operation
On
-
Off
On
-
Off
Off
-
VBS
Internal sync
External sync with HD
(Only for H sync with HD)
External sync with VBS
(H sync with HSYNC and SC
sync)
Off
-
SYNC
H sync with HSYNC
On
-
VBS or SYNC
On
On
Off
Off
Off
VBS
Off
Off
SYNC
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Off
Prohibited *1
External sync with HD, VD
(H・V sync with HD, VD)
External sync with VBS
(H・V sync and SC sync with
H SYNC, V SYNC)
External sync with SYNC
(H・V sync with H SYNC, V
SYNC)
External sync with VD
(Only for VD reset)
External sync with HD
(Only for H sync with HD)
Off
On
VBS or SYNC
Prohibited *1
On
Off
VBS or SYNC
Prohibited *1
On
On
VBS or SYNC
Prohibited *1
-:Don't care.
Note:
:Don’t use combination *1.
(1)
) External sync signal input conditions
VBS、BS
(75Ω unbalanced)
: SYNC section
Burst section
0.3±0.1V
0.3±0.1V
HD
: 2 to 5V(p-p)
Negative
VD
: 2 to 5V(p-p)
Negative
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(2)
) External sync frequency range
(External sync with VBS, SYNC)
For PAL standard frequency : Within ±50ppm
(External sync with HD, VD)
For CCIR standard frequency :Within ±1% (at horizontal sync frequency)
(3)
) Using the unit with external sync signal
Adjust H (horizontal) phase and SC (sub carrier) phase if necessary to match the output of multiple cameras.
When adjusting H (horizontal) phase and SC (sub carrier) phase, refer to the item “7.2 (6) SYNC”.
(3.
.1)
) H (horizontal) phase adjustment
External
Sync. signal
Observe the external sync signal and the video signal output
waveform of the unit with a dual trace oscilloscope, and adjust
Match
the phase.
H phase so that the H phases match.
Camera
Video output
(3.
.2)
) SC (Sub carrier) phase adjustment
When using the unit with external sync, the sub carrier signal phase of the video output signal of the unit can
be adjusted. Perform a coarse adjustment for 0。 and 180。 in SC 0/180 and then perform a fine adjustment
in SC PHASE. Using a vector scope for the phase adjustment will provide more accuracy.
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.4 Synchro. Scan Operation
7.
The shutter speed can be set by the horizontal scanning period (1H) or by the frame. Also, CCD integration
mode can be set.
(1)
) Setting by 1H
310/625H to 1/625H stands for the setting by the 1H and the shutter speed can be set by the 1H (63.56μs).
(2)
) Setting by the frame
1FRM to 255FRM (at field storage) and 2FRM to 256FRM (at frame storage) stand for the setting (long
period exposure) by the frame.
(a) Field storage period
The video signal stored during the frame period set is output as 1 field video image at a frame interval
specified. Images stored in the memory are output until the following image output operation is performed.
VD output
Video output
EVEN
n-1
EVEN
n
ODD
n
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n+1
EVEN
n+1
Index output
(INDEX)
(2FRM setting)
:Camera through image
:Memory image
(b) Frame storage period
The video signal stored during the frame period set is output as 1 frame video image in a frame interval.
Images stored in the memory are output until the following image output operation is performed.
VD output
Video output
EVEN
n-1
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n+1
EVEN
n+1
Index output
(INDEX)
(2FRM setting)
:Camera through image
:Memory image
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7.
.5 EXT TRIG (External trigger)
Charge begins to accumulate after the trigger input operation (in the RS232C mode, by RS232C command
input, in other modes, by trigger pulse (TRIGGER) input to the DC IN/SYNC terminal) or trigger signal input
to the DIGITAL terminal and 1 field or 1 frame images are output.
There are four modes:
1PULSE SNR,
1PULSE SR, 2PULSE and RS232C.
The DC IN/SYNC terminal trigger input and index output interface are as shown below.
5V
2.2kΩ
2SC4176 3.3kΩ
150Ω
Trigger input
(CMOS out)
INDEX out
2.7kΩ
(1)
) 1 PULSE SNR(
(1 Pulse Sync Non Reset)
)
Charge begins to accumulate after the trigger input operation to the DC IN/SYNC terminal or trigger signal
input (LVDS) to the DIGITAL terminal and 1 field images are output.
The exposure time is set to 0.06 to 20 ms on the menu.
: (Low Level):Less than 0.5V , (High Level):3.4V to 5V
Trigger pulse level
(DC IN/SYNC terminal)
Trigger pulse fetch timing
: Rising edge / Falling edge selectable
Trigger pulse width
: More than 2μs
Trigger pulse interval
: More than 60ms
TRIGGER
(DC IN/SYNC terminal)
Falling edge mode
or
TRIGGER D
Rising edge mode
(DIGITAL terminal)
TRIGGER : Approx. 1.9μs
TRIGGER D : Approx. 2.4μs
TRIGGER : Approx. 1.9μs
TRIGGER D : Approx. 2.4μs
TRIGGER : Approx. 1.9μs
TRIGGER D : Approx. 2.4μs
Exposure period
Exposure period
Exposure period
Internal VD
Approx. 4.4μs
VD output
Index output
(INDEX)
Video output
n-1
n-1
n
n
* Image output after 1 V
(Trigger pulse doesn’t
pass the VD falling.)
n
n
* Image output after 2 V
(Trigger pulse pass the
VD falling.)
A image is output at the first field
after the end of the exposure..
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n+1
n+1
n+1
n+2
* Image output after 2 V
(Trigger pulse pass the
VD falling.)
:Camera through image
:Memory image
(2)
) 1 PULSE SR(
(1 Pulse Sync Reset)
)
Charge begins to accumulate after the trigger input operation to the DC IN/SYNC terminal or trigger signal
input (LVDS) to the DIGITAL terminal, the vertical sync signal is reset and field images are output.
exposure time is set to 0.06 to 20 ms on the menu.
Trigger pulse level
: (Low Level):Less than 0.5V , (High Level):3.4V to 5V
(DC IN/SYNC terminal)
Trigger pulse fetch timing
: Rising edge / Falling edge
Trigger pulse width
: More than 2μs
Trigger pulse interval
: More than 42 ms
TRIGGER
selectable
Falling edge mode
(DC IN/SYNC terminal)
or
TRIGGER D
Rising edge mode
(DIGITAL terminal)
TRIGGER : Approx. 1.9μs
TRIGGER D : Approx. 2.4μs
Exposure period
Exposure end
16 to 17H
Internal VD
Approx. 4.4μs
VD output
Index output
(INDEX)
Video output
n-1
n-1
n
:Camera through image
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n
n
:Memory image
The
(3)
) 2PULSE
Accumulation of charges is started and ended through the trigger pulse input to the DC IN/SYNC terminal or
trigger signal input (LVDS) to the DIGITAL terminal, the vertical sync signal is reset and field images are
output.
Trigger pulse level
: (Low Level):Less than 0.5V , (High Level):3.4V to 5V
(DC IN/SYNC terminal)
Trigger pulse fetch timing
: Rising edge / Falling edge / Pulse width
・When the trigger pulse fetch timing is set to pulse width
Trigger pulse width
: More than 20ms(FLD/FRM setting:FLD)
More than 40ms(FLD/FRM setting:FRM)
Trigger pulse interval
: More than 20ms(FLD/FRM setting:FLD)
More than 40ms(FLD/FRM setting:FRM)
・When the trigger pulse fetch timing is set to rising edge or falling edge
Trigger pulse width
: More than 2μs
Trigger pulse interval
: More than 20ms(FLD/FRM setting:FLD)
More than 40ms(FLD/FRM setting:FRM)
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selectable
(Frame storage period)
)
Pulse width mode
TRIGGER
(DC IN/SYNC terminal)
or
TRIGGER D
Falling edge mode
(DIGITAL terminal)
Rising edge mode
V reset
V reset
t1
t1
Internal VD
Exposure
Exposure
Exposure
Exposure
Exposure
Approx. 4.4μs
Exposure
Approx. 4.4μs
VD output
O/E
n-1
Video output
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n
ODD
n+1
EVEN
n+1
Index output
(INDEX)
(Field storage period)
)
TRIGGER
(DC IN/SYNC terminal)
or
TRIGGER D
V reset
(DIGITAL terminal)
V reset
t1
t1
Internal VD
Exposure
Exposure
Exposure
Approx. 4.4μs
Approx. 4.4μs
VD output
O/E
n-1
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n
ODD
n+1
EVEN
n+1
Video output
Index output
(INDEX)
t 1=
TRIGGER : Approx. 1.9μs+16H to 17H
TRIGGER D : Approx. 2.4μs+16H to 17H
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:Camera through image
:Memory image
(4)
) RS232C
Accumulation of charges is started and ended through RS232C commands to the DIGITAL terminal, the
vertical sync signal is reset and field images are output.
* RS232C control is required for this mode.
To use it, consult with your dealer.
START-STOP command interval
: More than 40ms
STOP-START command interval
: More than 40ms
(Frame storage period)
)
RS232C
STOP
RS232C
START
Internal trigger
RS232C
STOP
RS232C
START
Exposure
start
Exposure end
Internal VD
Exposure
ODD
EVEN
ODD
EVEN
ODD
EVEN
ODD
Exposure
EVEN
Video output
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n+1
EVEN
n+1
Index output
(INDEX)
:Camera through image
:Memory image
(Field storage period)
)
RS232C
STOP
RS232C
START
Internal trigger
RS232C
STOP
RS232C
START
Exposure
start
Exposure end
Internal VD
Exposure
ODD
Video output
EVEN
ODD
EVEN
ODD
EVEN
ODD
Exposure
EVEN
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n+1
EVEN
n+1
Index output
(INDEX)
:Camera through image
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:Memory image
7.
.6 Freeze Operation by Trigger Input
When the shutter mode is set to AUTO, MANUAL or SS and the shutter menu’s FREEZE INPUT setting is
set to TRIG
or TRIG
, toggling between the Live and the Frozen Image is performed by the trigger
pulse input to the DC IN/SYNC terminal or trigger signal input (LVDS) to the DIGITAL terminal.
: (Low Level):Less than 0.5V , (High Level):3.4V to 5V
Trigger pulse level
(DC IN/SYNC terminal)
Trigger pulse fetch timing
: Rising edge / Falling edge
Trigger pulse width
: More than 2μs
Trigger pulse interval
: More than 40ms
selectable
TRIGGER
(DC IN/SYNC terminal)
Falling edge mode
or
TRIGGER D
Rising edge mode
(DIGITAL terminal)
Trigger input
Trigger input
VD output
Video output
EVEN
n-2
ODD
n-1
EVEN
n-1
ODD
n-1
Live Image
EVEN
n-1
ODD
n-1
Frozen Image
i t
EVEN
n-1
ODD
n+2
Live Image
:Camera through image
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EVEN
n+2
:Memory image
7.
.7 Digital output
This unit outputs 10 bit digital video signals each for R, G and B from the DIGITAL terminal using the LVDS
(Low Voltage Differential Signaling) method.
(1)
) Sync pulse timing
VD output
(CBL
internal pulse)
LINE EN
35ns
FRAME EN
FIELD ID
(ODD:H,EVEN:L)
PIXEL CLK
LINE EN
FRAME EN
FIELD ID
t1
t0
t3
t2
R0~R9
G0~G9
B0~B9
Item
Symbol
clock frequency
t1
t0
Value
unit
28.3750 (typical)
MHz
enable setup time
t0
10 (minimam)
ns
enable hold time
t1
5 (minimam)
ns
data setup time
t2
10 (minimam)
ns
data hold time
t3
5 (minimam)
ns
The sync pulse is output according to the camera through picture output.
Example: For SS long period exposure, field storage, 2FRM setting
VD output
Video output
EVEN
n-1
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n
EVEN
n
ODD
n+1
EVEN
n+1
Index output
(INDEX)
FRAME EN
LINE EN
:Camera through image
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:Memory image
8.
.BEFORE MAKING SERVICE CALL
Symptom
No image
Items to be checked
・ Is the power supplied correctly?
・ Is the lens iris adjusted correctly?
・ Are the cables connected correctly?
・ Is the shutter mode set correctly?
Poor color
・ Is the monitor (TV) adjusted correctly?
・ Is the white balance of the camera adjusted correctly?
(in modes other than automatic trace)
・ Is the matrix color correction set correctly?
・ Is the illumination dark?
・ Is the SC phase adjusted correctly? (External sync)
Noise appears
・ Is the camera connector of the camera cable loosened?
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9.
.SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply
Power consumption
Pick-up system
Available image sensor
(Effective pixels)
Scanning system
Scan frequency
Sync system
Horizontal resolution
Sensitivity
Minimum illumination
SN ratio
Lens mount
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Weight
External dimension
Scene file(user memories)
White balance
Gain
Output signal
External sync input
Sync signal output
External trigger input
Interface
Optional parts
DC12V±10%
Approx. 8W (including a camera head)
RGB, 3CCD, Micro prism system
1/2 inch, 1/3inch IT-CCD
(Horizontal:752pixels, Vertical:582pixels)
2:1 interlace
Horizontal:15.625kHz, Vertical:50Hz
Internal/External(Automatic switching)
JK-TU62H connection:800TV lines
JK-TU63H connection:750TV lines
F11 standard(2000 lx, 3000K)
4 lx(F2.2, Sensitivity+20dB, 3000K)
64dB standard
C mount(flange back:17.526mm in-air)
32 to 104°F (0 to 40℃)
Less than 90%
Approx. 1.57 lbs(710g)
4.33”(W)×1.57”(H)×6.14(D)
(110(W)×40(H)×156(D)mm)
(except for protruded portion)
A, B, C
ATW(Automatic tracing balance),
AWB(Automatic white balance), MANUAL(Manual)
AUTO(Automatic gain control), MANUAL(Manual), OFF(0dB)
VBS: 75Ω unbalanced, BNC connector, PAL standard
Y/C: 75Ω unbalanced, S terminal
RGB or Y/PR/PB: 75Ω unbalanced, D sub 9 pin connector
75Ω unbalanced, D sub 9 pin connector
VBS or Y/C:
VBS/BS:
75Ω unbalanced, Sync negative, BNC connector
SYNC 0.3V±0.1V, Burst 0.3V±0.1V
HD or VD: 2-5V(p-p) Negative
SYNC:
2.5V±1V(p-p) 75Ω unbalanced
+0.5
HD, VD, INDEX:
5V -1.0 V(p-p) , Negative,
Load impedance:More than 10kΩ
TRIGGER: Low level:Less than 0.4V, High level:3.4-5V
1 Pulse: Positive/Negative selectable
2 Pulse: Positive/Negative/Width selectable
Serial data interface(RS-232C)
Digital signal interface
TRIG(input)
(LVDS)
RGB(output):10bit×3
PIXEL CLK(output)
FIELD ID(output)
LINE EN(output)
FRAME EN(output)
JK-TU62H (1/2 inch 3CCD camera head)
JK-TU63H (1/3 inch 3CCD camera head)
EXC-T503(Camera cable (3m))、 EXC-T506(Camera cable (6.5m))
EXC-T510(Camera cable (10m))、 EXC-T530(Camera cable (30m))
EXC-T505RGB(RGB cable)、
JK-KTU5(Camera head tripod base )
●Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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10.
.EXTERNAL APPEARANCE DIAGRAM
Unit : mm [inch]
156
[6.14]
CAMERA
POWER
FILE
DISP
FREEZE
PAGE
ON
(SHD)
(AWB)
MENU
DATA
OFF
40
[1.57]
110
[4.33]
1
[0.04]
4.5
[0.18]
(ABB)
27
[1.06]
114
[4.49]
11.65
[0.46]
DC IN/SYNC
S-VIDEO
DIGITAL
EXT SYNC
ON
OFF
KEY LOCK
M3
22
[0.87]
34
[1.34]
VIDEO
RGB
4-M3 screw
74
[2.91]
28
[1.10]
DC IN 12V
10.85
[0.43]
22
18
22
18
[0.71] [0.87] [0.87] [0.71]
NO.4-40UNC
11.8
[0.46]
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