3-CCD Color Camera MODEL HV-F22GV-S2

3-CCD Color Camera
MODEL HV-F22GV-S2
OPERATION MANUAL
Please read this operation manual carefully for proper operation, and keep it for future reference.
NOTE: The model and serial numbers of your product are important for you to keep for your convenience and
protection. These numbers appear on the nameplate located on the bottom of the product. Please record these
numbers in the spaces provided below, and retain this manual for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should
be read before the product is operated.
2. Retain Instructions
The safety and operating instructions should be
retained for future reference.
3. Heed Warnings
All warnings on the product and the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
4. Follow Instructions
All operating and use instructions should be
followed.
5. Cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
6. Attachments
Do not use attachments not recommended by the
product manufacturer as they may cause
hazards.
7. Water and Moisture
Do not use this product near water - for example,
near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or
laundry tub; in a wet basement; or near a
swimming pool; and the like.
8. Accessories
Do not place this product on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may
fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and
serious damage to the product. Use only with a
cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended
by the manufacturer, or sold with the product.
Any mounting of the product should follow the
manufacturer's instructions, and should use a
mounting accessory recommended by the
manufacturer.
9. Moving
A product and cart combination should be moved
with care.
Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces
may cause the product and cart combination to
overturn.
10. Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the
product and to protect it from overheating, and
these openings must not be blocked or covered.
The openings should never be blocked by placing
the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar
surface. This product should not be placed in a
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built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack
unless proper ventilation is provided or the
manufacturer's instructions have been adhered
to.
11. Power Sources
This product should be operated only from the
type of power source indicated on the marking
label. If you are not sure of the type of power
supply to your home, consult your product dealer
or local power company. For products intended
to operate from battery power, or other sources,
refer to the operating instructions.
12. Grounding or Polarization
This product is equipped with a three-wire
grounding-type plug a plug having a third
(grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a
grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety
feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into
the outlet, contact your electrician to replace
your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety
purpose of the grounding-type plug.
13. Power-Cord Protection
Power-supply cords should be routed to that they
are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items
placed upon or against them, paying particular
attention to cords at plug, convenience
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receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the product.
14. Lightning
For added protection for this product during a
lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and
unused for long periods of time, unplug it from
the wall outlet. This will prevent damage to the
product due to lightning and power-line surges.
15. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords or
integral convenience receptacles as this can result
in a risk of fire or electric shock.
16. Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this product
through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result
in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of
any kind on the product.
17. Inflammable and Explosive Substance
Avoid using this product where there are gases,
and also where there are inflammable and
explosive substances in the immediate vicinity.
18. Heavy Shock or Vibration
When carrying this product around, do not subject
the product to heavy shock or vibration.
19. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this product yourself as
opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
20. Damage Requiring Service
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and
refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
a.When the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged.
b.If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen
into the product.
c. If the product has been exposed to rain or
water.
d.If the product does not operate normally by
following the operating instructions. Adjust
only those controls that are covered by the
operating instructions as an improper
adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive work
by a qualified technician to restore the product
to its normal operation.
e. If the product has been dropped or damaged in
any way.
f. When the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance-this indicates a need for service.
21. Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the
service technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the same
characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
electric shock, or other hazards.
22. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
product, ask the service technician to perform
safety checks to determine that the product is in
proper operating condition.
23. Wall or Ceiling Mounting
The product should be mounted to a wall or
ceiling
only
as
recommended
by
the
manufacturer.
24. Heat
The product should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other products (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
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WICHTIGE SICHERHEITSANWEISUNGEN
1. Alle Anweisungen lesen
Vor Betrieb des Erzeugnisses sollten alle
Sicherheits-und Bedienungsanleitungen gelesen
werden.
2. Die Anweisungen aufbewahren
Die Sicherheits-und Bedienungsanleitungen
sollten fünftigen Bezug aufbewahrt werden.
3. Warnungen beachten
Die Warnungen auf dem Erzeugnis und in den
Bedienungsanleitungen solten beachtet werden.
4. Anweisungen befolgen
Alle Bedienungsanleitung-und
Verwendungsanweisungen sollten befolgt werden.
5. Reinigung
Den Stecker des Geräts vor Reinigung aus der
Steckdose ziehen. Keine flüssigen Reinigungsmittel
oder Aerosolreiniger verwenden. Zum Reinigen
einen feuchten Lappen verwenden.
6. Zubehör
Nur vom-Hersteller des Erzeugnisses empfohlenes
Zubehör verwenden, da es sonst zu Störungen
kommen kann.
7. Wasser und Feuchtigkeit
Dieses Erzeugnis nicht in der Nähe von Wasser
verwenden - z.B, in der Nähe einer Badewanne,
eines Waschbeckens, einer Küchenspüle, eines
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Waschzubers, in einem nassen Keller, in der Nähe
eines Schwimmbeckens usw.
8. Aufstellung
Das Erzeugnis nicht auf einen unstabilen Wagen,
Stand, Dreifuß, Träger oder Tisch stellen.
Das Erzeugnis kann sonst herunterfallen und ein
kind oder einen Erwachsenen schwer verietzen.
Außerdem kann das Gerät schwer beschädigt
werden. Nur mit einem Wagen, Stand, Dreifuß,
Träger oder Tisch verwenden, der vom Hersteller
empfohlen oder mit dem Erzeugnis verkauft
worden ist. Für jegliche Anbringung sollten die
Anweisungen des Herstellers befolgt werden, und
das vom Hersteller empfohlene Anbringungszubehör
sollte verwendet werden.
9. Eine Kombination von Erzeugnis und Wagen
sollte vorsichtig bewegt werden
Schneller Halt, übermäßige Krafteinwirkung und
unebene Oberflächen können Umkippen der
kombination
von
Erzeugnis
und
Wagen
verursachen.
10. Ventilation
Schlitze und Öffnungen im Gehäuse dienen der
Ventilation. Sie sind für zuverlässigen Betrieb
des Gerätes und Schutz vor Überhitzung
erforderlich und dürfen nicht blockiert oder abgedeckt
werden.
Die Öffnungen sollten niemals dadurch blockiert
werden, daß, das Gerät auf ein Bett, ein Sofa,
einen Teppich oder eine ähnliche Oberfläche
gestellt wird.
Das Gerät sollte nur dann in Einbauinstallierung
wie in einem Bücherschrank oder einem Gestell
verwendet
werden,
wenn
angemessene
Ventilation
vorgesehen
ist
bzw.
Die
Anweisungen des Herstellers befolgt worden
sind.
11. Stromversorgung
Dieses Erzeugnis sollte nur an der auf dem
Typenschild angegebenen Stromversorgungsart
betrieben werden. Wenn Sie nicht sicher sind,
was für eine Stromversorgung Sie haben, so
wenden Sie sich bitte an Ihren Erzeugnishändler
oder an das lokale Elektrizitätswerk. Beziehen
Sie sich für Batteriebetrieb oder andere
Stromquellen vorgesehene Erzeugnisse bitte auf
die Bedienungsanleitungen.
12. Erdung oder Polarisierung
Dieses
Erzeugnis
ist
mit
einem
Schutzkontaktstecker mit drei Leitern ausgerüstet,
mit einem Erdungskontakt. Dieser Stecker paßt
nur in ein schuko-Steckdose.
Dies ist eine
Sicherheitsmaßnahme.
Wenn Sie den Stecker
nicht in die Steckdose stecken können, so wenden
Sie sich bitte an ihren Elektriker, damit er die
veraltete Schuts des Schutzkontaktsteckers
unwirksam.
13. Netzkabelschutz
Netzkabel sollten so verlegt werden, deß möglichst
nicht darauf getreten wird und daß sie nicht
eingeklemmt werden, mit besonderer Beachtung
der kabel an Stackern, Verlängerungskabeln und
dem Austritt des Kabels aus dem Erzeugnis.
14. Blitzschlag
Für zusätzlichen Schutz des Erzeugnisses während
eines Gewitters oder bei Nichtverwendung für
lange Zeit den Stecker aus der Steckdose ziehen.
Dies verhütet Beschädigung durch Blitzschlag und
Netzspannungsstöße.
15. Überlastung
Wandsteckdosen,
Verlängerungskabel
und
eingebaute
Bequemlickkeitssteckdosen
nicht
überlasten, da dies Feuer oder elektrischen
Schlag verursachen kann.
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16. Eindringen von Fremdkörpern und Flüssigkeit
Niemals Objekte irgendwelcher Art durch die
Öffnungen in das Gerät schieben, da diese unter
hoher Spannung stehende Teile berühren oder
kurzschließen können, wodurch es zu Feuer oder
elektrischem Schlag kommen kann. Niemals
Flüssigkeiten irgendwelcher Art auf das
Erzeugnis verschütten.
17. Entflammbare und explosive Substanzen
Vermeiden Sie Verwendung dieses Erzeugnisses
an Orten mit Gasen bzw. entflammbaren oder
explosiven
Substanzen
in
der
direkten
Umgebung.
18. Starke stöße oder Vibrationen
Setzen Sie das Erzeugnis beim Transport nicht
starken Stößen oder Vibrationen aus.
19. Wartung
Versuchen Sie nicht, dieses Erzeugnis Selbst zu
warten, da Sie sich durch Öffnen bzw.
Entfernen von Abdeckungen hohen Spannungen
und sonstigen Gefährdungen ausserzen können.
Beziehen Sie sich für jegliche Wartung auf
qualifiziertes Wartungspersonal.
20. Beschädigung, die Wartung erfordert
Ziehen Sie den Stecker dieses Erzeugnisses aus
der Steckdose und wenden Sie sich an
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qualifiziertes Wartungspersonal, wenn eine der
folgenden Bedingungen vorliegt:
a. Wenn das Netzkabel oder der Stecker
beschädigt ist.
b. Bei
Eindringen
von
Flüssigkeit
oder
Fremdkörpern in das Gerät.
c. Wenn das Erzeugnis Regen oder Wasser
ausgesetzt worden ist.
d. Wenn das Erzeugnis bei Befolgen der
Bedienungsanleitungen
nicht
normal
funktioniert.
Nur die Regelelemente verstellen, die in den
Bedienungsanleitungen behandelt werden, da
unangemessene
Einstellung
anderer
Regelelemente Beschädigung verursachen kann
und oft beträchtliche Arbeit durch einen
qualifizierten Techniker erfordert, um das
Erzeugnis wieder, zu normalem Betrieb
zurückzubringen.
e. Wenn das Erzeugnis fallen gelassen oder
beschädigt worden ist.
f. Wenn das Erzeugnis eine klare Änderung in
der Leistung zeigt-dies weist darauf hin, daß
Wartung erforderlich ist.
21. Ersatzteile
Wenn Ersatzteile erforderlich sind, darauf
achten, daß der Wartungstechniker nur die vom
Hersteller festgelegten Ersatzteile oder Teile mit
den
gleichen
Charakteristiken
wie
die
ursprünglichen Teile verwendet. Unautorisierte
Ersatzteile können Feuer, elektrischen Schlag
oder sonstige Gefährdungen verursachen.
22. Sicherheitsprüfung
Bitten Sie den Wartungstechniker nach der
Vollendung von Wartung oder Reparaturarbeiten
an diesem Erzeugnis um die Durchführung von
Sicherheitsprüfungen, um zu bestimmen, daß das
Erzeugnis im angemissenen Betriebszustand ist.
23. Anbringung an der Wand oder an der Decke
Das Erzeugnis sollte nur entsprechend den
Empfehlungen des Herstellers an einer Wand
oder an der Decke angebracht werden.
24. Wärme
Das Erzeugnis sollte fern von Wärmequellen wie
Radiatoren, Heizwiderständen, Öfen und anderen
Wärme erzeugenden Erzeugnissen (einschließlich
Verstärkern) aufgestellt werden.
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MISES EN GARDE IMPORTANTES
1. Lire les instructions
Lire toutes les instructions de sécurité et de
fonctionnement avant de faire fonctionner
l’appareil.
2. Conserver ces instructions
Conserver les instructions de sécurité et de
fonctionnement á des fins de référence ultérieure.
3. Tenir compte des avertissements
Tous les avertissements qui figurent sur
l’appareil et dans le mode d’emploi devront être
respectés.
4. Observer les instructions
Observer
toutes
les
instructions
de
fonctionnement et d’utilisation.
5. Nettoyage
Avant de procéder au nettoyage, débrancher
l’appareil de la prise secteur. Ne pas utiliser
de produits de nettoyage liquides ou en aérosol.
Nettoyer l’appareil avec un chiffon humide.
6. Fixations
Ne pas utiliser de fixations non recommandées
par le fabricant de l’appareil car elles
pourraient être source de danger.
7. Eau et humidité
Ne pas utiliser l’appareil á proximité d’eau-ar exemple
prés d’une baignoire, d’un lavabo, d’un évier
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ou d’un bac á lessive, dans un sous-sol humide,
ou prés d’une piscine, etc.
8. Accessoires
Ne pas placer l’appareil sur un chariot, un socle,
un pied, un support ou one table instables
L’appareil pourrait tomber, blessant griévement
des enfants ou des adultes, et étant sérieusement
endommagé.
Utiliser exclusivement le chariot, le socle, le pied,
le support ou la table recommandés par le
fabricant, ou vendus avec l’appareil. Pour tout
montage de l’appareil, respecter les instructions
du fabricant, et utiliser á cette fin l’accessoire de
montage recommandé par le fabricant.
9. L’appareil monté sur son chariot devra être
déplacé avec précaution
Des arrêts brusques, une force excessive et des
surfaces irréguliéres pourraient provoquer le
renversement de l’ensemble appareil-chariot.
10. Ventilation
Les fentes et les ouvertures du coffret sont
prévues pour la ventilation ainsi que pour
garantir un fonctionnement en toute sécurité de
l’appareil et le protéger de toute surchauffe, et
ces
ouvertures ne devront donc être ni
obstruées ni recouvertes. Ne jamais obstruer les
ouvertures en placant l’appareil sur un lit, un
sofa, un tapis ou toute surface similaire. Ne
jamais placer l’appareil dans un support confiné,
par exemple une bibliothéque ou une é tagé re,
sans ventilation suffisante ou sans repecter les
instructions du fabricant.
11. Sources d’allmentation
L’appareil devra être alimenté exclusivement sur
le type d’alimentation indiqué sur l’étiquette
signalétique.
Sil’on n’est pas sûr du type
d’alimentatio du local, consulter le revendeur de
l’appareil ou la compagnie d’électricité locale.
Pour les appareils qui fonctionnent sur batterie
ou sur d’autres sources, voir le mode d’emploi.
12. Mise á la terre ou polarisation
L’appareil est doté d’une fiche trifilaire avec mise
á la terre, dont la troisiéme broche assure la mise
á la terre. Cette fiche ne rentrera que dans les
prises trifilaires de mise á la terre. Ceci est une
mesure de sécurité. Si la fiche ne rentre pas
dans la prise, faire remplacer la prise désuéte par
un électricien.
Ne pas rendre vaine la measure de sécurité
assurée par cette prise avec mise á la terre.
13. Protection du cordon d’alimentation
Acheminer les cordons d’alimentation de facon
qu’on ne risque pas de marcher dessus ou de les
coincer sous un objet placé dessus ou contre eux.
Faire particuliérement attention aux fiches des
cordons, á la proximité des prises, et á l’endroit oú
ils ressortent de l’appareil.
14. Foudre
Pour renforcer la protection de l’appareil pendant
un orage, ou si l’on s’en éloigne ou qu’on reste
longtemps sans l’utiliser, le débrancher de la
source d’alimentation. Ceci permettra d’éviter
tout dommage de l’appareil dú á la foudre et aux
surtensions de ligne.
15. Surcharge
Ne pas surcharger les prises, rallonges et prises
multiples car cela pourrait entraîner un risque de
feu ou de choc électrique.
16. Pénétration d’objets et de liquides
Ne jamais enfoncer d’objets d’aucune sorte dans
les ouvertures de l’appareil car ils pourraient
toucher des points de tension dangereuse ou
court-circuiter des piéces, ce qui pourrait
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provoquer un feu ou un choc électrique. Ne
jamais renverser de liquide d’aucune sorte sur
l’appareil.
17. Substances inflammabes et explosives
Eviter d’utiliser l’appareil en présence de gaz,
ainsi qu’á proximité immédiate de substances
inflammables et explosives.
18. Chocs ou vibrations violents
Lorsqu’on transporte l’appareil, ne pas le
soumettre á des chocs ou des vibrations violents.
19. Réparations
Ne pas tenter de réparer l’aapareil soi-même car
le fait d’ouvrir ou de retirer les caches risque
d’exposer l’utilisateur á des tensions dangereuses
notamment.
Confier toute réparation á un
personnel qualifié.
20. Dommages nécessitant réparations
Débrancher l’appareil de la source d’alimentation
et confier les réparations á un personnel qualifié
dans les cas suivants:
a. Lorsque le cordon d’alimentation ou sa fiche
sont endommagés
b. Si du liquide s’est renversé sur l’appareil ou
que des objets sont tombés dedans
c. Si l’appareil a été exposé á la pluie ou á l’eau.
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d. Si l’appareil ne fonctionne pas normalement
lorsqu’on observe les instructions d’utilisation.
Ne régler que les commandes couvertes par le
mode d’emploi ; en effet, un réglage incorrect
des autres commandes pourrait entrainer des
dommages et nécessiteront souvent des travaux
de réparation coûteux par un technicien qualifié
pour remettre l’appareil en état de marche.
e. Si l’appareil est tombé ou qu’il a été
endommagé.
f. Si l’appareil affiche une nette modification de
ses performances, cela signifie qu’il a besoin
d’être réparé.
21. Piéces de rechange
Si l’on a besoin de piéces de rechange, veiller á ce
que le technicien de réparation utilise
exclusivement les piéces de rechange spécifiées
par le fabricant ou des piéces ayant les mêmes
caractéristiques que les piéces d’origine. Les
piéces de rechange non autorisées risquent de
provoquer un feu, un choc électrique et autres
dangers.
22. Vérificaton de sécurité
Aprés tout travail d’entretien ou de réparation de
l’appareil, demander au technicien de réparation
d’effectuer les vérifications de sécurité pour
s’assurer que l’appareil est en bon état de
marche.
23.Montage au mur ou au plafond
L’appareil ne pourra être monté au mur ou au
plafond que de la maniére recommandée par le
fabricant.
24. Chaleur
Eloigner l’appareil des sources de chaleur, telles
que
radiateurs,
appareils
de
chauffage,
cuisiniéres, et de tour produit engendrant de la
chaleur (y compris les amplificateurs).
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IMPORTANT NOTICES
For USA
These products have 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
product 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.
WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by Hitachi Denshi responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
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For Canada
This product does not exceed the class A/class
B limits for radio noise emissions from digital
apparatus as set out in the radio interference
regulations.
Le présent appareil n’émet pas de bruits
radioélectriques
dépassant
les
limités
applicable aux appareils numériques de classe
A prescrites dans le rVglement sur le
brouillage radioélectrique édicter par le
ministére des communications du canada.
Table of contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTUIONS ・・・・・ A
IMPORTANT NOTICES ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ L
Table of contents・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ M
Standard composition ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 1
Overview ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 1
Features ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 2
Notes to users ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 3
Important safety notes ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 3
Operating considerations ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 3
CCD properties ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 4
System example ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 6
Section names and functions ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 7
Connectors・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8
LENS・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 9
Camera mounting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 10
Functions and operations ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 11
Main function ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 11
Masking function ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 19
Black balance & White gate function ・・・・・・ 20
Auto exposure function・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 21
Sharpness function ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 24
Focus detection function ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 27
Other function ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 28
Appendix・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 30
Specifications ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 32
Input/Output Signals ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 34
Video output timing charts ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 36
Trigger operation and timing charts
HV-F22GV ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 37
External sync timing charts ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 39
Dimensions ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 40
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Standard composition
Check when unpacking.
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Overview
The Hitachi HV-F22GV series are high precision 3CCD progressive scan color camera, which has single chip
digital processing LSI, a C mount prism, three 1/2-inch 1,450,000 pixels square CCDs , and a GigE Vision
interface.
A newly developed multi-functional LSI use the accurate 14 bit digital processing technology, which performs
the high picture quality signal processing and the picture compensating functions, beyond the capability of the
other conventional analog cameras.
The GigE Vision interface brings RGB digital video output of 3 x 8 bit .
TM
GigE Vision
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and the distinctive logo are trademarks of AIA (Automated Imaging Association).
Features
• Camera signal processor is single chip LSI.
The Hitachi’s most advanced technology (0.18 um design process, 1.8V internal core drive voltage)
produces a single newly developed ultra LSI chip (3 million gates), and contributes to the downsizing and
the low power of the camera. In addition, the 12-bit A/D converter and 14 bit internal processor provide high
S/N and wide dynamic range.
• High quality picture
Excellent color reappearance and high definition are materialized by CCD with a high sensitivity micro lens
and LSI signal processing technology.
• 6 vector masking
Independent six colors masking is the Hitachi innovation for optimizing color balance. The saturation and the
hue of 6 colors (Red, blue, green, cyan, magenta and yellow) are adjusted independently to deliver the best
color in image capture, microscope and other applications.
• Auto white shading compensation
Color shading due to the aberration of C mount lens is automatically compensated (reduced).
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Notes to users
Important safety notes
Use this camera with a 12 VDC power supply.
Observe that flammable objects, water or metal do not enter the camera interior. These may lead to failure or
accident.
Do not modify the camera or use the camera with external covers removed. These may cause failure, void any
warranties and pose a safety hazard.
Stop using the camera at the approach of an electrical storm (thunder audible). Protect the camera from rain if
using it outdoors.
In event the camera shows any abnormality, switch off the camera and disconnect the power cord. Contact a
Hitachi Denshi service representative.
Operating considerations
Power supply
Check that the supplied voltage is between 10.5 and 15 VDC. Inadequate voltage can affect color fidelity and
cause noise, while voltage over 15 V can damage the camera.
Connectors
Confirm the power is off before connecting or disconnecting a signal cable. Grasp connectors by the body, not the
attached wires.
Lens
The correct lens is important for deriving optimum performance from the camera. Consult a Hitachi Denshi dealer
for a selection of fine lenses according to the application.
Installation and storage sites
The following types of environment can impair performance, lead to damage, pose safety hazards and shorten the
useful life of the camera. Select the sites for installing the storing the camera carefully.
• Direct sunlight, rain or snow
• Flammable or corrosive gasses
• Very hot or cold (beyond 0 to 4 ℃ operating, -20 to 60℃ storage)
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Humid or dusty
Exposed to vibration or shock
Strong electrical or magnetic fields
Exceptionally strong light
Continuous operation
In situations where the camera is used continuously for long periods of time, the ambient temperature should be
kept below 40 ℃ in order to avoid accelerated deterioration of internal parts and to derive maximum long-term
reliability.
Cleaning
A photographer’s blower or lens brush can be used for clearing dust from the lens and optical filters.
Wipe dust from the case with a soft dry cloth. If soiling is severe, moisten the cloth with a solution of neutral
detergent. Afterwards, wipe the cover with a dry cloth.
Do not use petroleum distillates, alcohol or spray type cleaners.
Transportation
Remove the lens (install lens mount cap) and other attachments. Pack the camera carefully in its original or
equivalent container. Use ample cushioning to protect the camera from physical shock.
CCD properties
The following phenomena are inherent to a charge coupled device imaging element and do not indicate
malfunction.
1) Smear and blooming
Vertical bands are visible when a strong light enters the scene. Adjust the camera aiming direction carefully to
avoid strong direct or reflected light.
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2) Fixed pattern noise
High ambient temperature can cause fixed pattern noise to appear throughout the scene.
3) Moire
Interaction between patterns can produce an additional "phantom" pattern to appear. The CCD picture
elements (pixels) are arranged in a pattern, which can interact with a pattern in the scene (e.g., a performer
wearing a finely striped necktie) to result in a Moire pattern. The effect should be considered when selecting
costumes, props and other scene elements.
4) Ghosting
Strong direct or reflected light near an object of interest can cause ghosting of the object to appear in the picture.
The effect is more obtrusive with certain iris settings and lens types. Select the scene layout and camera
pointing direction carefully in order to avoid this effect.
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System example
Lens
HV-F22GV
Ethernet cable
CAT5e or CAT6
Camera Cable
C-201KSM
C501KSM
C102KSM
External
Trigger
Ethernet card
Personal Computer
Junction Box
JU-M1A
AC adaptor
Ethernet is a trademark of XEROX Corporation.
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Section names and functions
Camera mounting
screw holes
Lens mount
(C mount)
DC IN/SYNC TRIG IN
POWER
Ethernet
Pilot lamp
Light when power is
supplied.
TRIG IN connector
External trigger signal input.
Camera mounting
screw holes
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S ER. NO.
PLATE RATED
Ethernet connector
Digital video output and serial
communication.
Connect to the ethernet card with
Ethernet cable.
DC IN/SYNC connector
Connect to +12 VDC power
supply.
Input for external HD/VD and
sync signals.
Connectors
1. Ethernet connector
(XMULTIPLE, XRJV-S-01-8-8)
Pin No.
Signal designation
1
TRD+A
2
TRD-A
3
TRD+B
4
TRD+C
5
TRD-C
6
TRD-B
7
TRD+D
8
TRD-D
1
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2. DC IN/SYNC connector
(Hirose, HR10A-10R-12PB(01))
Pin No.
Signal designation
1
GND
2
+12V IN
3
GND
4
Reserved
5
GND
6
HD IN
7
VD IN
8
TRIG (C) IN
9
TRIG (H) IN
10
FLASH OUT
11
NC
12
GND
Matching Plug: Hirose, HR10A-10P-12S
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Lens
CAUTION:
Observe the dimensions of the lens mounting
selection as illustrated at the right.
If the dimensions are not observed, do not use such
a lens, because the lens and the camera will be
damaged.
Lens optics
Selecting a lens
The proper lens is important for obtaining
adequate performance from the camera.
Especially in the case of a three elements CCD
system C mount camera, the lens incidence and
exit distances are important. If separation is too
short, color irregularity is apt to occur at the top
and bottom of the image.
Conversely if too long, where the lens iris is a
nearly fully open, resolution is impaired, while
shading and flare can seriously detract from
image quality. When using 3 CCD color system
camera, it is also recommended to use a lens
designed for this purpose.
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Lens flange
HV-F22GV: Max. 4.0mm
Camera mounting
The camera is provided with threaded screw holes at the top and bottom.
tripod or a mounting bracket.
These allow mounting to either a
Screw type: U 1/4-20
Length: 4.5 to 6 mm
L
Screws longer than 6 mm can
cause internal damage, while
less than 5 mm prevents secure
fastening and risks dropping to
cause damage and injury.
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Functions and operations
Camera function setting is by computer via Ethernet connector or DC IN/SYNC connector. In this chapter, the camera
function and the operation are described.
For the send/receive procedure, refer to another manual: “Technical Information for Remote Control”.
1. MAIN function
(1) BRIGHTNESS
Master black level adjustment
-Manual adjustmentSetting value 302Bxxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh (default 00h)
zz: undefined
Set the value toward 80h side to lower black level, toward 7Fh side to raise that.
(2) SHARPNESS
Sharpness level adjustment (object contour correction)
-OFFContour correction is disabled.
Setting value 200210EF h
-Manual adjustmentSetting value 302Cxxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh (default 00h)
zz: undefined
Set xx toward 80h side to reduce edge level for softer contours and toward FFh side to increase edge level for
sharper contours.
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(3) WHITE BALANCE
White balance adjustment
-White balance modeMEMORY : White balance is held at the time when the AWB is set.
AUTO
: White balance is always adjusted automatically.
Setting value 20040xxF3 h
xx: 04h(MEMORY), 08h(AUTO)
-AUTO ADJUST (One Push) (AWB)Setting value 4010 h
-Manual adjustmentAdjust the gain of R ch and B ch independently.
R ch gain
: Setting value 3000xxzz h
B ch gain
: Setting value 3002xxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh signed (default 00h) zz: undefined
Gain is reduced at 80h side and raised at 7Fh side.
(4) GAIN
Electrical sensitivity adjustment
-Gain modeMANUAL : Gain is manually adjustable from 0 to +12 dB.
AUTO
: Gain is automatically adjusted from 0 to +12 dB for proper video level.
Setting value 2004xxCF h
xx: 10h(MANUAL), 20h(AUTO)
-Manual adjustmentManual adjustment is available on MANUAL mode.
Setting value 302Axxzz h
xx: 80h to 40h signed (default 00h) zz: undefined
The minimum value 80h is equal to 0 dB and the maximum value 40h is equal to 12 dB.
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(5) SHUTTER
Electronic shutter speed adjustment
-Shutter modeMANUAL : The shutter speed is variable.
AUTO
: The shutter speed is always adjusted automatically for proper video level when excessive light
has entered. This mode is effective when using microscope or other optical system without an
automatic lens iris.
OFF
: The shutter speed is fixed in 1/15 sec.
Setting value 2005xxF8 h
xx: 03h- MANUAL, 05h- AUTO, 00h- OFF
-Manual adjustmentShutter speed adjustment is available on MANUAL mode.
Setting value 3038xxxx h
xxxx: FFC5h to 036Ch signed
Electronic shutter speed can be set in the range of 4 to 1/100,000 second.
Shutter speed is calculated as follows.
Note: “OFF_VALUE” equals to 15.
1) In the case that shutter speed is equal to (1 / OFF_VALUE) or shorter
Calculate value from exposure time
nnnnh = log0.99( OFF_VALUE× ”Shutter Speed” )
Exp) Exposure time = 1/100 sec
Value:nnnn = log0.99(15×(1/100))
= log(15×(1/100)) / log0.99 ≒ 00BDh
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Calculate exposure time from value
Shutter Speed[sec] = OFF_VALUE × 0.99(nnnn)
Exp)
Value:nnnn = 00BDh
Exposure time = (1/15) × 0.99(BDh) ≒ 1/100(sec)
2) In the case that shutter speed is longer than (1 / OFF_VALUE)
Calculate value from exposure time
nnnnh = 10001h - (OFF_VALUE × ”Shutter Speed” )
Exp) Exposure time = 1/7.5 sec
10001h- (15×(1/7.5)) = FFFFh
Calculate exposure time from value
Shutter Speed[sec] = ( 10001h – nnnnh ) / OFF_VALUE
(6) AUTO EXPOSURE
Both gain and shutter speed are always adjusted automatically for proper video level.
Adjust the video level manually.
-Manual adjustmentSetting value 3039xxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh signed (default: 00h)
zz: undefined
The video level decreases toward 80h and increases toward 7Fh.
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(8) GAMMA
Gamma correction is adjusted.
-ON/OFFSetting value 20020xFD h x: 0- ON, 2- OFF
- Manual adjustment TOTAL
: Adjust total (R, G, and B) gamma curve.
Setting value 3027xxzz h
R OFFSET
: Adjust only R gamma curve.
Setting value 3003xxzz h
B OFFSET
: Adjust only B gamma curve.
Setting value 3005xxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh signed (default: 00h)
zz: undefined
Dark component gradation is reduced toward 80h and increased
toward 7Fh.
(9) TRIGGER
Set external trigger operation available.
-ON/OFFSetting value 20050xF8 h
15
x: 0- OFF, 7- ON
zz: undefined
(7Fh)
Output
(7) SATURATION
Total color saturation adjustment
-Manual adjustmentSetting value 3052xxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh signed (default: 00h)
Color saturation is reduced toward 80h and raised toward 7Fh.
(80h)
OFF
Input
-Trigger modeMODE 0
MODE 1
: Exposure timing is linked with flash pulse output.
Setting value 203600FC h
: Exposure timing is linked with trigger pulse rising/falling edge.
Setting value 203601FC h
-Trigger polaritySelect positive or negative trigger pulse polarity.
NEGATIVE
: Setting value 203600DF h
POSITIVE
: Setting value 203620DF h
-Flash pulse widthSelect width of flash pulse output.
NARROW
: Setting value 204801F0 h
MIDDLE
: Setting value 204802F0 h
WIDE
: Setting value 204803F0 h
VARIABLE
: Setting value 20480FF0 h
-Flash pulse delay / Flash pulse widthSet the delay time of flash pulse output when Flash pulse width is NARROW / MIDDLE / WIDE.
Set the flash pulse width when Flash pulse width is VARIABLE.
Setting value 30CExxxx h
xxxx: 8000h to 7FFFh (signed)
The delay time can be varied from 2 us (8000h) to 263.96 ms (7FFFh).
The flash pulse width can be varied from 4 us (8000h) to 263.96 ms (7FFFh).
For the details about trigger operation, see the timing chart (page 37-38).
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(10) AUTO SHADING
Chromatic shading due to lens aberration or light unevenness can be automatically compensated.
NOTE:
1. When using a camera for the first time or replacing the lens, execute shading correction.
2. When using under the special type light source, for example fluorescent, mercury, etc., a flicker can
prevent white balance adjustment or shading correction. In such cases, adjust the shutter speed to
minimize the flicker before white balance adjustment or shading correction.
-OFFSet white shading compensation to OFF.
Setting value 200220DF h
-Shading modeLUMINANCE
: Auto shading compensation operates to maintain uniform vertical level for the RGB video
signals. Use with microscopes and other uniformly illuminated equipment.
Setting value 280100F3 h
COLOR
: Auto shading correction operates to minimize vertical color irregularity in the image.
Use for non-uniformly lit general-purpose image material.
Setting value 280104F3 h
FLAT
: Auto shading compensation operates to maintain uniform RGB video signal level for the
full screen. Use with microscopes and other equipment when peripheral shading is of
concern.
Setting value 280108F3 h
In the case that shading is extreme or light variation random, compensation error can occur. Adjust uniformity
of the light source.
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-AUTO ADJUST (One Push) Execute the adjustment of the shading set above.
Setting value 4030 h
The implementation procedure
1. Prepare auto iris lens or manual iris lens already set to proper aperture.
2. Pickup a white object in the full screen. Be sure that the object is evenly lighted from top to bottom.
3. Execute white balance adjustment.
4. Execute the shading adjustment.
The video image is flashing during shading adjustment.
(11) INITIALIZE
Return the setting parameters of camera to values at time of release from factory.
-InitializationSetting value 9000FF h
(12) FILE SAVE
Save the setting data to an EEPROM. 4 sets of memory are available.
Setting value 61010x h
x: 1- ch1, 2- ch2, 3- ch3, 4- ch4
(13) FILE LOAD
Loading saved data
Setting value 6001xx h
x: 01h- ch1, 02h- ch2, 03h- ch3, 04h- ch4, FFh- Factory setting
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2. MASKING function
Saturation and hue of 6 primary colors: R-G-B-Ye-Cy-Mg can be independently varied (6 vector independent
masking). Color reproduction and fidelity are effectively enhanced.
-ON/OFFSetting value 2002x0BF h
x: 0- OFF, 4- ON
-Manual adjustment (Saturation)R saturation
: Setting value 3046xxzz h
G saturation
: Setting value 3047xxzz h
B saturation
: Setting value 3048xxzz h
(7Fh)
(7Fh)
Ye saturation
: Setting value 3049xxzz h
R
Cy saturation
: Setting value 304Axxzz h
(80h)
(80h)
Mg saturation
: Setting value 304Bxxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh signed (default: 00h)
zz: undefined
Saturation
Ye
Saturation decreases toward 80h (-100%) and increase toward 7Fh
adjustment
Hue
(+100%).
adjustment
-Manual adjustment (Hue)R hue
: Setting value 3040xxzz h
G
G hue
: Setting value 3041xxzz h
B hue
: Setting value 3042xxzz h
Ye hue
: Setting value 3043xxzz h
Cy hue
: Setting value 3044xxzz h
Mg hue
: Setting value 3045xxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh signed (default: 00h)
zz: undefined
Hue turns counter-clockwise toward 80h (+30°) and turns clockwise toward 7Fh (-30°).
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Mg
B
Cy
3. BLACK BALANCE & WHITE GATE function
(1) BLACK BALANCE
Adjust black balance to provide proper color tone at a dark part of video image.
-Manual adjustmentThe pedestal level of R ch and B ch is adjusted independently.
R BLACK
: Setting value 3021xxzz h
B BLACK
: Setting value 3023xxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh signed
The pedestal level decreases toward 80h and increases toward 7Fh.
-AUTO ADJUST (One Push) (ABB)Adjusts standard level for R/B BLACK and independent of R/B BLACK.
Setting value 4020 h
Be sure that a lens iris is completely closed in advance.
(2) WHITE GATE
Square window for detecting white balance appears in the screen. White balance is computed only in the window.
-INDICATEThe white gate window is selectable visible(ON) or invisible(OFF).
Setting value 20170xF3 h
x: 0- OFF, 4- ON
-ON/OFFSetting value 28100xFE h
x: 0- OFF, 1- ON
The video signal of the overall screen is detected for white balance control. The
window is not shown on the screen.
-Manual adjustmentWindow
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The window position is moved horizontal and vertical.
H POSITION
: Setting value 30A2xxzz h
xx: AFh to 51h signed, zz: undefined
V POSITION
: Setting value 30A3xxzz h
xx: C4h to 3Ch signed, zz: undefined
4. AUTO EXPOSURE* function
*Auto exposure (A.E) is also called Auto Level Control (ALC).
(1) ALC PEAK/AVERAGE
Sets PEAK or AVERAGE signal level detection for the AUTO EXPOSURE function.
-Manual adjustmentSetting value 2007x0CF h
x: 0- 50/50, 1- 25/75, 2- 15/85, 3- 0/100
Set auto level control for Peak or Average in 4 steps of 50/50, 15/85, 25/75, or 0/100. At high Average
setting, background may be difficult to see in picture bright components. Increasing the Peak setting may
render spotlighted components easier to see.
(2) ALC SPEED
AGC and AES response speed
-Manual adjustment
Setting value 28110xFC h
x: 0- SLOW, 1- STANDARD, 2- FAST
• SLOW
: Scene brightness variation rate is sufficiently slow to allow stable observing of detail.
Allows a stable image when a strong light source enters the scene.
• STANDARD : Standard setting.
• FAST
: Scene brightness variation rate is too rapid to stable use of effects such as microscope
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variable magnification.
(3) ALC GATE
AUTO EXPOSURE signal detect area (8 x 8) can be set as desired.
-OFFSetting value 2800007F h
The screen overall video signal is detected for AUTO EXPOSURE control.
-ONSetting value 2800807F h
GATE for detecting the AUTO EXPOSURE video signal is set in lines 1-2 to 7-8. The area is not shown on
the screen.
-Manual settingDetect area of ALC GATE can be arranged in 8 x 8 matrix areas.
Setting value 282xyy00 h
x: line selection
0(line1) to 7(line8)
yy: column selection
Set “1” in detect area and “0” in non-detect area to generate 8 binary digits (left side: MSB, right side:
LSB). Convert the 8 binary digits to 2 hexadecimal digits.
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ALC GATE arrangement examples
Line x
Detect area image
Setting values: corresponding to detect areas
Detect area (ON): 1 Non-detect area (OFF): 0
Column yy (binary)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
4
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
5
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
6
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
7
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
8
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
ALC GATE line1 setting: 28 20 00 00 h
ALC GATE line2 setting: 28 21 00 00 h
ALC GATE line3 setting: 28 22 3C 00 h
ALC GATE line4 setting: 28 23 7C 00 h
ALC GATE line5 setting: 28 24 7C 00 h
ALC GATE line6 setting: 28 25 7C 00 h
ALC GATE line7 setting: 28 26 7C 00 h
ALC GATE line8 setting: 28 27 7C 00 h
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5. SHARPNESS function
Specialized function about Sharpness can be adjusted.
(1) (SHARPNESS) FREQ.
Sharpness edge width can be adjusted.
-Manual adjustmentSetting value 20290xFC h
• LOW :thick edge
• MID :normal edge
• HIGH :thin edge
x: 0- LOW, 1- MID, 2- HIGH
(2) (SHARPNESS) LEVEL DEPENDENT
Sharpness is suppressed at video levels below the setting value.
Use mainly to avoid noise enhancement in dark signal components.
-Manual adjustmentSetting value 3053xxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh signed
zz: undefined
Setting toward 7Fh to reduce the sharpness level and expand the video signal level range.
(3) (SHARPNESS) CLISP
Excessive sharpness signal upper the setting value is removed. But set the value too low, some detailed image can
be dim.
-Manual adjustmentSetting value 3054xxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh signed
zz: undefined
Set toward 80h to reduce sharpness and set toward 7Fh to increase sharpness.
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(4) (SHARPNESS) H/V BALANCE
Setting for horizontal and vertical sharpness balance
-Manual adjustmentSetting value 3055xxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh signed
zz: undefined
Set toward 80h to enhance vertical and toward 7Fh to enhance horizontal.
(5) (SHARPNESS) COLOR DTL Ch1
Chromatic sharpness can be adjusted in the range of hue set.
The hue can be set in different ranges for channels 1 and 2. The color detail channel 1 width/level can be set in
any combination. Select channel 1 or 2, then set the hue for fine adjusting.
-ON/OFFSetting value 2035x0EF h
x: 0- OFF, 1- ON
-Manual settingSelect one from 6 primary color areas, and then adjust finely in the area.
Color select
: Setting value 20200xF8 h
x: 0(R-Mg), 1(Mg-B), 2(B-Cy), 3(Cy-G), 4(G-Ye), 5(Ye-R)
Fine adjust
: Setting value 3059xxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Ch signed
zz: undefined
Hue moves clockwise.
-One Push (AUTO SETUP)The hue in center of screen is automatically picked up.
Setting value 41D0 h
(6) (SHARPNESS) COLOR DTL Ch1 WIDTH/LEVEL
The effective phase range and sharpness level can be adjusted.
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-Manual adjustmentWIDTH
: Setting value 305Axxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh signed zz: undefined
Set color phase range. Reduce range toward 80h; increase range toward FFh.
Select range with Phase and position at color phase center to set.
LEVEL
: Setting value 3058xxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Eh signed zz: undefined
Set sharpness level in the range. Reduce sharpness toward 00h for a soft image; increase
sharpness toward FFh for a stark image.
(7) (SHARPNESS) COLOR DTL Ch2
Same function as COLOR DTL Ch1. (Ch 1 and 2 can be used as independent functions.)
-ON/OFFSetting value 2035x0DF h
x: 0- OFF, 2- ON
-Manual settingColor select
: Setting value 20210xF8 h
x: 0(R-Mg), 1(Mg-B), 2(B-Cy), 3(Cy-G), 4(G-Ye), 5(Ye-R)
Fine adjust
: Setting value 306Bxxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Ch signed
zz: undefined
Hue moves clockwise.
-One Push (AUTO SETUP)Setting value 41D1 h
(8) (SHARPNESS) COLOR DTL Ch2 WIDTH/LEVEL
Same function as COLOR DTL Ch1. (Ch 1 and 2 can be used as independent functions.)
-Manual adjustmentWIDTH
: Setting value 306Cxxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh signed zz: undefined
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LEVEL
: Setting value 306Axxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Eh signed
zz: undefined
6. Focus detection function
Integrated or peak value of sharpness signal is automatically calculated in every field. The value is available for
auto focus system.
(1) FOCUS GATE
Set position and size of focus gate where the focus data is calculated.
-INDIGATEFocus gate window is selectable visible(ON) / invisible(OFF).
Setting value 20170xF3 h
x: 0- OFF, C- ON
-GATE POSITIONH POSITION
: Setting value 30B1xxzz h
xx: AFh to 51h signed, zz: undefined
V POSITION
: Setting value 30B2xxzz h
xx: C4h to 3Ch signed, zz: undefined
-GATE SIZEWIDTH
: Setting value 30B3xxzz h
xx: 00h to 14h, zz: undefined
HEIGHT
: Setting value 30B4xxzz h
xx: 00h to 0Fh, zz: undefined
(2) FOCUS DETECTION
Returns focus data.
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-Value00000000 h(MIN) to FFFFFFFF h(MAX)
7. Other function
(1) DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
Improve Signal to Noise ratio(S/N) by digital noise reduction.
-OFFSetting value 201500FC h
-ONSetting value 20150xFC h x: 1- MODE1, 2- MODE2
Although MODE 2 provides greater noise reduction, there is some sacrifice in resolution.
(2) COLOR BAR
Color Bars test pattern is available.
Setting value 20080xFE h x: 1- ON, 0- OFF
(3) NEGA
Brightness and darkness of picture is reversed.
Setting value 2008x0EF h x: 1- ON, 0- OFF
(4) MONO
A monochrome image is available.
Setting value
h x: 1- ON, 0- OFF
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(5) EXT IN 75 ohm
Termination resistance of External HD/VD input is selectable.
-OFF( High Z)Setting value 2011807F h
-ON (75 ohm)Setting value 2011007F h
(6) H PHASE
Horizontal phase adjustment at external HD input.
Setting value 3034xxzz h
xx: 80h to 7Fh
zz: undefined
See page 45 “External sync timing” about variable range.
(7) PIXEL CONCEALMENT
White spot defect on picture element can be compensated.
Setting value 20330xFE h
x: 1- ON, 0- OFF
For image processing use, the setting OFF might be better since the compensated data is not precise.
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APPENDIX: AUTO SETUP STATE (read only)
Response data of One Push Auto White Balance (AWB), One push Auto BLACK Balance (ABB), One push
Auto Shading (ASC) and One Push (Color DTL Auto Setup) are shown.
-Response data4000xx h
xx: 00h- Normally finished,
others- Error has occurred. Refer to following table.
Error code
Countermeasure
11h
Turn off the color bar
12h
(WHITE BALANCE) change to Manual
13h
Increase the intensity of illumination, turn lens iris to ward open direction, or increase the gain to provide a
proper video level.
14h
Decrease the intensity of illumination, turn lens iris toward closed direction, or decrease the gain to provide a
proper video level.
15h
The color temperature is too high, making it impossible to reach the optimum value in adjustment.
(If there is no problem in practical application, use the camera under the current condition.)
Add a filter to the lens or illumination to decrease the color temperature.
16h
The color temperature is too low, making it impossible to reach the optimum value.
(If there is no problem in practical application, use the camera under the current condition.)
Add a filter to the lens or illumination to increase the color temperature.
18h
Carry out auto setup again. If this message appears in repeated attempts, it is necessary to inspect the inside
of the camera. In this case, notify your local Hitachi Denshi sales agent or Hitachi Denshi service office
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Error code
31
Countermeasure
1Fh
The color saturation is too low, making it impossible to reach the optimum value
24h
Release the long shutter mode.
25h
Release the external trigger mode.
Specification
Item
Optical system
Imaging system
Picture elements
Total pixels
Effective pixels
Pixel size
Effective image area
Scanning system
Sync system
Standard sensitivity
Geometric distortion
Registration
Vertical contour
compensation
Lens mount
Sensitivity control
Sharpness control
Model
HV-F22GV-S2
1/2-inch, F1.6 prism
R, G, B 3CCD
1/2-inch interline transfer CCD
(with micro-lenses)
1392 (H) × 1050 (V)
1360 (H) × 1024 (V)
4.65 (H) × 4.65 (V) µm
6.33 (H) × 4.77 (V) mm
Progressive scan
Internal or External(HD/VD) automatic switching
F8 at 2000 lx (1/30 sec shutter)
Full screen 0% (not including lens characteristics)
Full screen 0.05% (not including lens characteristics)
2H
C mount (flange back 17.526 mm in air)
Auto or Manual : 0 to 12 dB
Sharpness level, width, and others
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Item
Electric shutter control
Color bar
Pixel clock frequency
Maximum frame rate
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
Dimensions
Mass
Ambient temperature
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Model
HV-F22GV-S2
Manual : 4 to 1/100,000 sec
Auto : OFF to approx. 1/100,000 sec
Full bar
28.8 MHz
Approx. 15 fps
12 V rated
(Stable operation at 10.5 to 15 Vdc, and neither ripple nor noise)
Approx. 9 W
65 (W) x 65 (H) x 141 (D) mm
Approx. 600 g (without lens)
Operating : 0 to +40 ℃
Storage : -20 to +60 ℃
Input/Output Signals
1. Ethernet interface (Ethernet connector)
1) Conformance standard
GigE Vision standard
2) Data on an Ethernet packet.
The Ethernet packet superimposes the following data.
・The picture signal output of 24 bits of non-compressing RGB.
・Camera control signal input and output of a RS-232C protocol.
2. DC IN/SYNC input and output (DC IN/SYNC connector)
1) External HD/VD signal input
HD/VD: 2 to 5 Vp-p, Negative
2) External trigger signal input (Photo-coupler) (see NOTE 1)
low 0 Vdc, high 3 to 24 Vdc
2.5K ohm
TRIG (H)
TRIG (C)
Photo-coupler input part
3) Flash signal output
low 0 Vdc, high 5 Vdc
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4) Power supply input
12 V rated
(Stable operation at 10.5 to 15 VDC (neither ripple nor noise))
3. External trigger input (TRIG IN connector) (see NOTE 1)
low 0 Vdc, high 2 to 5 Vdc
NOTE 1
Only one input is available for external trigger among DC IN/SYNC and TRIG IN.
Set unused trigger inputs to be open or Low (GND) level.
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Video output timing charts
HV-F22GV
Horizontal timing
1790 clk
HD
(LVAL)
96 clk
300 clk
34 clk
1360 clk
Active Picture
VIDEO
1 clk = 34.7 ns
Vertical timing
1068 H
VD
(FVAL)
3H
17 H
24 H
VIDEO
1024 H
Active Picture
1 H = 1790 clk = 62.2 us
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Trigger operation and timing charts
External trigger refer to a function for picking up
rapidly moving objects by applying a trigger pulse
input. It is possible to pick up an image with
various timing.
External Trigger
Minimum period : longer one either 1V
or (Exposure delay + Exposure + 10H)
A
Exposure
Flash Pulse Output
1. HV-F22GV
(1) Pre-select exposure mode: Mode 0
Internal VD
1Frame = 66.7ms 15FPS
Internal Video
A
External Trigger
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D
1H(cam)=
62us
Internal HD
Internal VD
Frame reset
3H(cam)=186us
6 to 7H(cam) = 373 to 435us
Exposure delay A
(Note) Exposure setting has following 2 types.
(a) Preset exposure mode
Exposure delay A: 2 us to 263.96 ms (Variable)
Flash pulse width B: 6 us / 46 us / 246 us (Selectable)
(b) Variable exposure mode
Exposure delay A: 2 us (Constant),
Flash pulse width B: 4 us to 263.96 ms (Variable)
C
A
DATA transfer
When external trigger signal is high active,
after the trigger signal rise, the flash signal
start/end can be set to determine the flash
time.
At the flash signal falling edge, the internal
VD signal is reset and the video data are
transmitted.
B
VD : 3H = 186us
blank : 26 to 27H = 1678us
A
Exposure
4.0us
21us
Flash pulse width B
Flash Pulse Output
B
Internal Video
20H(cam) = 1243us
A
DATA transfer
DATA transfer START: 1.75 to 266.0 ms
(2) Pulse width control exposure mode: Mode 1
When external trigger signal is high active,
light pulse begins at the rising edge of the
trigger signal and ends at the falling edge.
At the trigger signal falling edge, the internal
VD signal is reset and the video data are
transmitted.
The flash pulse output that synchronizes to
external trigger is not used in this mode.
Trigger pulse width > 65us
External Trigger
(High active)
Minimum trigger interval : 10H = 620us
minimum period = 1V
A
Exposure
Internal VD
1 Frame = 66.7ms
Internal Video
A
B
15FPS
C
D
VD : 3H = 186us
blank : 26 to 27H = 1678us
A
DATA transfer
Frame reset
External Trigger
1H(cam)=
62us
Internal HD
6 to 7H(cam) = 373 to 435us
Internal VD
3H(cam) = 186us
Exposure
4.0us
Internal Video
21us
20H(cam) = 1243us
A
DATA transfer
DATA transfer START: 1.75ms
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External sync timing charts
Please input the sync pulse of following specification, in the case that camera synchronization locks the external
synchronization.
Clock : 28.8MHz (±0.005%)
62.15μs
HD
3.33μs (96clock)
58.82μs (1694clock)
1068H (Frame rate setting under 15FPS)
VD
3H
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1065H (Frame rate setting under 15FPS)
Dimensions
20
±1
14
±0.5
2-1/4” UNC (DEPTH:7)
65
32.5
±2
141
±2
±1
DC IN/SYNC
TRIG IN
±1
65
±1
POWER
PLATE RATED
CAUTION
The lens thread must not extend
more then 4.0mm from its mounting surface
SER. NO.
32.5
Ethernet
2-1/4” UNC (DEPTH:7)
20
±1
14 ±0.5
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