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Table of Contents
Introduction .................................................................................... 1
Package Contents ........................................................................... 1
Optional Accessories ...................................................................... 1
AVerMedia® AVerVision SPB350 Parts ............................................ 2
Making the Connections .................................................................. 3
Rear Panel........................................................................................................ 3
Right Panel ....................................................................................................... 3
Connecting the Power Adapter......................................................................... 4
Connecting a VGA, Mac Display Monitor or LCD/DLP Projector ..................... 4
Connecting a TV ............................................................................................... 5
Connecting a Computer.................................................................................... 5
Connecting to a Computer via USB Connection .............................................. 6
Inserting and Ejecting a SD Card ..................................................................... 6
Setting Up SPB350 .......................................................................... 7
Arm ................................................................................................................... 7
Camera Head ................................................................................................... 7
Overhead Light ................................................................................................. 7
Infrared Sensor ................................................................................................. 8
Light Box........................................................................................................... 8
Microscope Connection .................................................................................... 8
Anti-glare .......................................................................................................... 9
Control Panel Light Color ................................................................................. 9
Using the Infrared Remote Control................................................... 9
Touch Button Control Panel .......................................................... 11
Using AVerVision SPB350 as a Mass Storage ................................ 12
OSD Navigation Tree ..................................................................... 13
Menu Functions ............................................................................ 14
Technical Specifications................................................................ 17
Image .............................................................................................................. 17
Optics.............................................................................................................. 17
Power.............................................................................................................. 17
Lighting ........................................................................................................... 17
Input/Output .................................................................................................... 17
Dimension....................................................................................................... 17
Card Supported .............................................................................................. 17
RS-232C Diagram Connection ....................................................... 18
RS-232C Cable Spec...................................................................... 18
RS-232C Transmission Spec ......................................................... 18
RS-232C Communication Format ................................................... 18
Send Command Format ................................................................................. 18
Set Value Format............................................................................................ 19
Get Value Format ........................................................................................... 20
Troubleshooting............................................................................ 20
Limited Warranty ....................................................................... 21
i
In tr o d u c ti o n
Package Contents
Your AVerMedia® AVerVision SPB350 package contains the following:
Thank you for purchasing
the AVerMedia®
AVerVision SPB350. This
document camera
displays documents,
negatives, transparencies
and 3D objects onto a TV,
LCD or DLP projector
making demonstrations a
snap.
The advanced features of
the AVerVision SPB350
make it a versatile and
multi-functional product.
Integrated with the new
powerful zoom feature,
AVEROPTICAL Zoom is a
combination of optical
zoom with AVERZOOM.
AVERZOOM is an
AVerMedia patented
technology which digitally
zooms in and pans on an
image while maintaining
optical zoom image
quality. You can save still
images in the built-in
memory, or SD memory
card. When connected to
a computer via USB
connection and with the
bundled software, you can
capture and save still
images and video clips to
your hard drive directly. It
also comes with a fullyfeatured remote control.
Remote Control
(batteries included)
®
AVerMedia AVerVision SPB350
User Manual
R
DUST COVE
Dust Cover
Anti-glare Sheet
Installation CD
RCA Cable
Power Adapter
S-Video Cable
RGB Cable
Power Cord
* The power cord varies depending on the
standard power outlet of the country where it is
sold.
Optional Accessories
34mm Microscope
Adapter
28mm Microscope
Adapter
1
USB Cable
AVerMedia® AVerVision SPB350 Par ts
The illustrations below identify the parts of SPB350.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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10.
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Overhead light
Camera head
Camera lens
Left panel
Control panel
Light box
Arm
Label slot
IR sensors
Rear panel
Right panel
Video output switch
Light box power
button
DC 12V port
RGB output port
S-Video output port
Video output port
(RCA/Composite)
DVI-I output port
USB port
SD card slot
RGB IN port
RS-232 port
Antitheft slot
(1)
(2)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(10)
(6)
(11)
(12)
Left Pane l
VIDEO OUTPUT
TV
LIGHT BOX
RGB
(13)
SPB350
VIDEO OUTPUT
TV
LIGHT BOX
RGB
Rea r Pane l
D C 12V
R GB
OU TPU T
S-VIDEO
OUTPU T
VID EO
OUTPU T
D VI-I OU TPUT
U SB
SD C ARD
(14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20)
Righ t Pane l
RGB IN
RS-232
(21)
(22)
(23)
IOIOI
RGB IN
RS-232
IOIOI
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Making the Connections
The ports on the rear and right panel of SPB350 enable you to connect the unit to a
computer, graphics display monitor or LCD/DLP projector, TV or other device. Illustrated
below are the ports that are located at the rear and right panel of SPB350 with their
corresponding labels.
Rear Panel
DC 12V
RGB
OUTPUT
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDEO
OUTPUT
DVI-I OUTPUT
USB
SD CARD
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)
Name
Function
(1) DC 12V port
:
Connect the power adapter into this port.
(2) RGB output port
:
Output the signal from the camera, RGB IN port, or the
captured images from the memory source on a VGA/Mac
monitor or LCD/DLP projector.
(3) S-Video output
port
:
Output the signal from the camera or the captured images
from the memory source on TV or Video equipment.
(4) Video output port
(RCA/Composite)
:
Output the signal from the camera or the captured images
from the memory source on TV or Video equipment.
(5) DVI-I output port
:
Output the signal from the camera, RGB IN port, or the
captured images from the memory source on a VGA/Mac
monitor or LCD/DLP projector with DVI-I interface.
If the display device does not support DVI-I, it can only
display the signal from the camera and the captured images.
(6) USB port
:
Use SPB350 as a USB Camera or Mass Storage to transfer
the captured images from SPB350 memory source to PC.
(7) SD card slot
:
Insert the SD card with the label facing up. It can support
16MB~2GB card capacity and only accepts FAT16 formatted
card.
Right Panel
RGB IN
RS-232
IOIOI
(1) (2)
Name
(3)
Function
(1) RGB IN port
:
(2) RS-232 port
:
(3) Antitheft slot
:
Takes as input the signal from a computer or other sources and
pass it through to the RGB Output and DVI-I port only.
Connect this port to the VGA output port of the computer.
Receive command from the computer to operate SPB350.
Connect this port to the RS-232 port of the computer.
Attach a Kensington compatible security lock or antitheft device.
3
Connecting the Power Adapter
Connect the power adapter to a standard 100V~240V AC power source.
DC 12V
RGB
OUTPUT
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDEO
OUTPUT
DVI-I OUTPUT
USB
SD CARD
Wall outlet
Power adapter
Power cord
Connecting a VGA, Mac Display Monitor or LCD/DLP
Projector
Locate the RGB (VGA) or DVI-I input port of the display device and connect it to RGB/DVI-I
OUTPUT port of SPB350.
Make sure the Video Output switch is set to RGB.
RGB cable
LCD/DLP projector
MAC
CRT monitor
LCD monitor
Monitor Adapter
(not supplied)
DC 12V
R GB
OU TPU T
S-VIDEO
OU TPUT
VIDEO
OU TPU T
D VI-I OU TPU T
USB
MAC monitor
SD C A RD
LCD Monitor
with DVI interface
DVI cable
(not supplied)
4
LCD/DLP projector
with DVI interface
Connecting a TV
Locate the VIDEO (yellow), S-VIDEO or SCART RGB input port of the TV or Video
equipment (i.e., VCR) to record your presentation on a videotape and connect it to S-VIDEO
or VIDEO OUTPUT port of SPB350.
- Make sure the Video Output switch is set to TV.
- For better video quality, we strongly suggest using S-VIDEO connection.
DC 12V
RGB
OUTPUT
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDEO
OUTPUT
DVI-I OUTPUT
USB
SD CARD
INPUT
RCA to SCART cable
(not supplied)
SCART
RCA cable
VIDEO
S-Video cable
S-VIDEO
S-Video to SCART cable
(not supplied)
Projector
Te l e v i s i o n
SCART
VCR
Connecting a Computer
Locate the RGB (VGA) output port of the computer or laptop to display your PC presentation
on screen and connect it to RGB IN port of SPB350. The video signal from the RGB INPUT
port is streamed to RGB and DVI-I OUTPUT ports only, and displayed on the screen even in
stand-by mode. Press SOURCE button on the control panel or remote to switch to PC mode.
RGB IN
RS-232
IOIOI
Computer
RGB cable
Laptop
Monitor Adapter
(not supplied)
MAC
5
Connecting to a Computer via USB Connection
Locate the USB port of the computer or laptop and connect it to USB port of SPB350. This
enables you to use SPB350 as a USB Camera and to transfer the captured images from the
memory source and to computer. Also see “Using AVerVision SPB350 as a Mass Storage”.
DC 12V
RGB
OUTPUT
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDEO
OUTPUT
DVI-I OUTPUT
USB
SD CARD
Computer
USB cable
Laptop
MAC
Inserting and Ejecting a SD Card
Insert the card with the label facing up until it reaches the end. To remove, pull the card out.
The supported SD card capacity is from 16MB to 2GB. Make sure the card is formatted to
FAT16. SPB350 automatically creates and stores the images in AVERJPG folder.
SD card
(not supplied)
6
Setting Up SPB350
This section provides useful tips on how to adjust the SPB350 to meet your needs.
Arm
The arm must be unfolded fully in upright position.
90°
Correct Operating Position
Wrong Operating Position
90°
SPB350
VIDEO OUTP UT
TV
SP B350
LIGHT BOX
LIGHT BOX
RGB
RGB
Camera Head
The camera head can be folded up 90° and turned 90° to the left and right. To display an
object more than 50cm away from the camera, unscrew the close-up lens. Do not forget to
screw back the close-up lens afterwards.
90°
50cm
90°
90°
SPB350
V IDEO OUTPU T
TV
LIGHT BOX
RGB
Overhead Light
Press LAMP button on the control panel to turn on and off light.
90°
SPB350
VIDEO OUTP UT
TV
LIGHT BOX
RGB
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Infrared Sensor
Aim the remote control at the infrared sensors to operate the unit.
Light Box
Press LIGHT BOX button on the left panel of SPB350 to turn on and off light. Use this to
view negative film, x-ray and 35mm slides.
: DO NOT place an object weighing more than 8kg on top of the light box.
light weight object
photos
8K
negative film
document
g(
+)
Light Box Button
Microscope Connection
Connecting the SPB350 to a microscope enables you to examine microscopic objects on a
big screen without straining your eyes.
1. Change the image display mode to
Microscope. Press MENU > select
SETTINGS > MODE > MICROSCOPE
and press ENTER.
2. Adjust the microscope focus to its best
clarity. Then, select the appropriate
adapter size that would fit the microscope
eyepiece.
Close-up Lens
3. Unscrew the close-up lens from the
camera head.
4. Remove the microscope eyepiece from
the microscope and connect it to the
microscope adapter. Then, fasten the 3
bolts until the adaptor secures the
eyepiece.
We suggest using a microscope with
an eye relief of 15.5mm or higher for
better view.
5. Screw the microscope adapter to the
AVerVision camera head. Then, connect it
to the microscope.
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Microscope
Adapter
Microscope
Anti-glare
The anti-glare sheet is a special coated film
that helps eliminate any glare that may be
encountered while displaying very shiny
objects or glossy surfaces such as magazines
and pictures. To use, simply place the antiglare sheet on top of the shiny document to
reduce reflected light.
Control Panel Light Color
The LED power button on the control panel of SPB350 indicates the status of the unit.
Color
Description
Blue
: The unit is in operating mode.
Orange
: The unit is in standby mode.
Using the Infrared Remote Control
Use the SPB350 Remote Control to enhance your presentation by having the ability to switch
between three (3) presentation modes and access various features. To use the remote
control, first insert the batteries (2 “AAA” size batteries are provided) into the battery
compartment at the back of the remote. Use the figure and descriptions below as a reference
for remote control functions.
(1)
Name
Function
(1) POWER
Turn the unit on/off.
(2) LASER
Turn on the laser pointer.
(2)
DO NOT look directly at the laser pointer and avoid
aiming the laser at any surface that may reflect the
beam (i.e., a mirror or mirrored surface).
(3)
(4)
(13)
(5)
(6)
(14)
(7)
(15)
(8)
(9)
(10 )
(11)
(12 )
(16)
(17)
Name
(3) Shuttle
Wheel
-
-
Turn the shuttle wheel clockwise to
zoom in and counter-clockwise to zoom
out the image optically and digitally in
Camera and Playback mode only.
When it exceeds the maximum optical
zoom level of about 8X, you may still
continue to AVEROPTICAL zoom up to
2.5X AVerZoom and 8X digitally zoom.
Press ENTER to return to normal view
(100%). The zoom bar indicator will turn
from blue to aqua to indicate that you
can pan around the image.
Press the shuttle wheel ▲,▼,◄, & ► to
pan the image while in digital zoom
mode, to make a selection on 16thumbnail images or move to the next or
previous single full screen preview in
Playback mode, or to make a selection
or adjustment on the OSD main-menu
and sub-menu (See Menu Functions for
more details).
Function
(4) ENTER
Make a selection in Playback mode and OSD menu. Use this to quick zoom
to 200% or back to 100% in Camera mode only.
(5) AF (Auto Focus)
Adjust the focus automatically.
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Name
(6) Source
Function
Switch between Camera, Playback and PC mode. To skip Playback and
immediately switch to PC mode, press the SOURCE button twice
consecutively.
- Camera mode displays the video signal from the built-in camera.
- Playback mode displays the captured image from the memory source in
16-thumbnail images. Use ▲,▼,◄, & ► buttons or rotate the shuttle
wheel to make a selection and ENTER to display the selected image in full
screen.
Press MENU to display the Playback menu. Select SLIDE SHOW to start
or set the time interval between frames in second, MEMORY SOURCE to
select the image location between the built-in memory or SD card, and
DELETE to permanently remove the selected image from the selected
memory source.
- PC mode displays the video signal from the RGB IN port of SPB350.
(7) CAP/DEL
- Capture a still image in Camera mode. The captured image is saved in the
selected memory source at 1600 x 1200 resolution and the built-in memory
can store up to 80 images.
- Remove the selected picture from the selected memory source
permanently in Playback mode.
(8) ROTATE
Turn the image by 90°in Camera mode and 180 in full screen Playback mode.
(9) TIMER
Display the OSD timer menu and use ▲or▼ buttons to select SET TIME to
set the time value, START to begin the countdown timer, PAUSE/RESUME
to temporarily halt or continue, and STOP to end. Press MENU to hide the
timer menu.
(10) PROFILE
Recall and switch from the 3 saved user setting profile selections (See MENU
Functions – SAVE for more details).
(11) PIP
Display/hide a thumbnail of the captured image from the memory source at
the corner of the screen while in Camera mode.
Use ◄ or ► buttons to move to the previous or next image and ENTER to
display the image in full screen. To move the mini playback screen to different
corners, press MENU, go to PIP and select the position of the mini playback
screen.
(12) PRESENTER
Select to turn on/off AVerBox or AVerVisor. Only one feature can be used at
a time.
AVerBox overlays a frame on the presentation screen. Selecting SHADE
changes the opacity of the area outside the box from 0%, 50% and 100%,
COLOR to change the frame color from red, green and blue, and RESIZE to
change the size of the frame. To resize or move the frame around the
presentation screen, press the shuttle wheel ▲,▼,◄, & ►.
AVerVisor covers part of the presentation screen. The upper part of the
presentation screen is slightly exposed when it is being called each time. To
expose part of the covered area, press the shuttle wheel ▲,▼,◄, &►. Select
SHADE to change the darkness of the shaded area between 50% or 100%.
(13) MENU
Pull up and exit the OSD main-menu and sub-menu.
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Name
Function
(14) AUTO IMAGE
Automatically adjust and set the white balance and exposure setting.
(15) FREEZE
Toggle to pause or resume the camera.
(16) EFFECT
Convert and display the image in BW, Negative or Color in Camera and
Playback mode only.
(17) SPLIT SCRN
Turn on/off split screen mode. Split Screen divides the screen into two parts.
One side displays the live image from the SPB350 camera and the other side
displays the captured images from the memory source in 8-thumbnail
preview.
Use the ▲,▼,◄, &► buttons to make a selection and ENTER to enlarge the
selected image in split screen mode. To horizontally or vertically pan the
enlarged image, use the ◄ & ► or ▲&▼ buttons. To switch to different split
screen type, press MENU, go to SPLIT SCREEN and select between vertical
or horizontal splitting type.
Touch Button Control Panel
The touch button control panel located on the top side of AVerVision SPB350 provides quick
access to commonly used functions.
(1)
(2)
(3)
POWER
SOURCE
MENU
RGB
CAMERA
TV
PLAYBACK
(4)
(5) (6)
(7) (8)
AUTO IMAGE
CAP/DEL
FREEZE
ROTATE
AUTO FOCUS
BRIGHTNESS
PC
LAMP
(14 )
Name
(13 )
(12 )
(11)
(10)
(9)
Function
(1) POWER
Turn the unit on/off.
(2) SOURCE
Switch between Camera, Playback and PC mode. To skip Playback
and immediately switch to PC mode, press the SOURCE button
twice consecutively.
- Camera mode displays the video signal from the built-in camera.
- Playback mode displays the captured image from the memory
source in 16-thumbnail images. Use ▲,▼,◄, & ► buttons or
rotate the shuttle wheel to make a selection and ENTER to display
the selected image in full screen.
Press MENU to display the Playback menu. Select SLIDE SHOW
to start or set the time interval between frames in second,
MEMORY SOURCE to select the image location between the
built-in memory or SD card, and DELETE to permanently remove
the selected image from the selected memory source.
- PC mode displays the video signal from the RGB IN port of
SPB350.
(3) MENU
Pull up and exit the OSD main-menu and sub-menu.
(4) ENTER
Make a selection in Playback mode and OSD menu. Use this to
quick zoom to 200% or back to 100% in Camera mode only.
(5) AUTO IMAGE
Automatically adjust and set the white balance and exposure setting.
(6) FREEZE
Toggle to pause or resume the camera.
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Name
Function
(7) CAP/DEL
- Capture a still image in Camera mode. The captured image is
saved in the selected memory source at 1600 x 1200 resolution
and the built-in memory can store up to 80 images.
- Remove the selected picture from the selected memory source
permanently in Playback mode.
(8) ROTATE
Turn the image by 90°in Camera mode and 180 in full screen
Playback mode.
(9) BRIGHTNESS
Adjust the brightness level in Camera mode to improve the visibility.
(10) AUTO FOCUS
Adjust the focus automatically.
(11) SHUTTLE
WHEEL
- Turn the shuttle wheel clockwise to zoom in and counter-clockwise
to zoom out the image optically and digitally in Camera and
Playback mode only.
When it exceeds the maximum optical zoom level of about 8X, you
may still continue to AVEROPTICAL zoom up to 2.5X AVerZoom
and 8X digitally zoom. Press ENTER to return to normal view
(100%). The zoom bar indicator will turn from blue to aqua to
indicate that you can pan around the image.
- Press the shuttle wheel ▲,▼,◄, & ► to pan the image while in
digital zoom mode, to make a selection on 16-thumbnail images or
move to the next or previous single full screen preview in Playback
mode, or to make a selection or adjustment on the OSD mainmenu and sub-menu (See Menu Functions for more details).
(12) LAMP
Turn the overhead light on/off.
(13) Source LED
Indicator
Indicate the selected Source mode either in Camera, Playback or
PC.
(14) Video Output
LED Indicator
Indicate the setting of the Video Output switch to which the video
signal is being sent out.
Using AVerVision SPB350 as a Mass Storage
This enables you to transfer the captured image to and from the memory source and PC.
You MUST read and follow the instructions below BEFORE connecting the USB
cable.
Every time when using the SPB350 as Mass Storage, the following MUST be done:
1. Select the memory source.
To select the memory source, press MENU >
select SETTING > MEMORY > SOURCE >
EMBEDDED or SD and press ENTER; then
press MENU to exit.
2. MUST set the USB CONNECTION as MASS
STORAGE.
To set the USB connection type, press MENU >
select SETTING > USB CONNECTION > MASS
STORAGE and press ENTER; then press
MENU to exit.
3. When “MASS STORAGE” appears at the
lower left corner of the presentation screen,
you may now connect the USB cable (See
“Connecting a Computer via USB Connection”
for illustration).
4. Upon connecting the USB cable, the system automatically detects the new removable
disk.
5. In the Removable Disk dialog box, select Open folder to view files and then click OK.
You may now transfer the file to and from your PC hard disk.
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OSD Navigation Tree
VIDEO OUTPUT OSD
For TV output, RESOLUTION is not included in the menu list.
PLAYBACK OSD
MENU
SLIDE SHOW
MEMORY SOURCE
DELETE
SLIDE SHOW
START
INTERVAL
1
EMBEDDED
SD CARD
NO
YES
13
1
10
M e n u F u n c t io n s
The MENU functions of SPB350 enhance fine-tuning your screen display, set the timer,
select OSD language and more. Press the MENU button to call up and exit from the main
menu or sub-menu display. Then use ▲or▼ buttons to select the items in the menu list.
Use ►/ENTER button to enter sub-menu and ◄/ ENTER to return to main menu. To
adjust the setting, press ◄or► buttons. To make a selection, press ENTER.
OSD Menu
MENU
EFFECT
MIRROR
PRESENTER
SPLIT SCREEN
PIP
SETTING
TIMER
CAPTURE
RECALL
DEFAULT
MENU
EFFECT
MIRROR
PRESENTER
SPLIT SCREEN
PIP
SETTING
TIMER
CAPTURE
RECALL
DEFAULT
MENU
EFFECT
MIRROR
PRESENTER
SPLIT SCREEN
PIP
SETTING
TIMER
CAPTURE
RECALL
DEFAULT
COLOR
B/ W
NEGATIVE
ON
OFF
AVERBOX OFF
AVERVISOR OFF
SHADE
COLOR
RESIZE
Description
EFFECT
Press ► and use ▲or▼ buttons to select and display the image in
Camera mode into positive (true color), monochrome (black and white) or
negative. Then press ►/ENTER to make a selection.
MIRROR
Press ► and use ▲or▼ buttons to select turning on/off MIRROR to flip
the image in Camera mode. Then press ►/ENTER to make a selection.
PRESENTER
Press ► and use ▲or▼ buttons to select and turn on either AVERBOX or
AVERVISOR. Then press ►/ENTER to make a selection. Only one
feature can be used at a time.
AVerBox overlays a frame on the presentation screen. Selecting SHADE
changes the opacity of the area outside the box from 0%, 50% and 100%,
COLOR to change the frame color from red, green and blue, and RESIZE
to change the size of the frame. To resize or move the frame around the
presentation screen, press the shuttle wheel ▲,▼,◄, & ►.
AVerVisor covers part of the presentation screen. The upper part of the
presentation screen is slightly exposed when it is being called each time.
To expose part of the covered area, press the shuttle wheel ▲,▼,◄, & ►.
Select SHADE to change the darkness of the shaded area between 50%
or 100%.
MENU
EFFECT
MIRROR
PRESENTER
SPLIT SCREEN
PIP
SETTING
TIMER
CAPTURE
RECALL
DEFAULT
VERTICAL
HORIZONTAL
SPLIT SCREEN
Press ► and use ▲or▼ buttons to select dividing the screen either
vertically or horizontally. Then press ►/ENTER to make a selection.
This function divides the screen into two parts. One side displays the live
image from the SPB350 camera and the other side displays the captured
images from the memory source in 8-thumbnail preview.
Use the ▲,▼,◄, &► buttons to make a selection and ENTER to enlarge
the selected image in split screen mode. To horizontally or vertically pan
the enlarged image, use the ◄ & ► or ▲or▼ buttons.
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OSD Menu
MENU
EFFECT
MIRROR
PRESENTER
SPLIT SCREEN
PIP
SETTING
TIMER
CAPTURE
RECALL
DEFAULT
Description
PIP
Press ► and use ▲or▼ buttons to select the location of the mini playback
screen. Then press ►/ENTER to make a selection.
Display a thumbnail of the captured image from the memory source at the
corner of the screen while in Camera mode.
Use ◄ or ► buttons to move to the previous or next image and ENTER to
display the image in full screen.
LOWER LEFT
UPPER LEFT
UPPER RIGHT
LOWER RIGHT
SETTING
Press ►, then use ▲or▼ buttons to select the items in SETTING list and
press ►/ENTER.
MENU
EFFECT
MIRROR
PRESENTER
SPLIT SCREEN
PIP
SETTING
TIMER
CAPTURE
RECALL
DEFAULT
MODE
MANUAL FOCUS
IMAGE
LANGUAGE
MEMORY
USB CONNECTION
SAVE
MODE
TEXT
GRAPHICS
HIGH FRAME
MICROSCOPE
MANUAL FOCUS
NEAR
IMAGE
EXPOSURE
WHITE BALANCE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
RESOLUTION
FAR
AUTO
MANUAL
FLICKER
NIGHT VIEW
MANUAL
0
IMAGE
EXPOSURE
WHITE BALANCE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
RESOLUTION
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SETTING > IMAGE > EXPOSURE > MANUAL
Use ►or◄ buttons to manually adjust the exposure level then press
ENTER to save the setting and exit.
SETTING > IMAGE > EXPOSURE > FLICKER
Use ▲or▼ buttons to select between 50Hz or 60Hz. Some display
devices cannot handle high refresh rates. The image will flicker a couple
of times as the output is switched to another refresh rate.
NIGHT VIEW
AUTO
OFF
SETTING > IMAGE > EXPOSURE > NIGHT VIEW
Use ▲or▼ buttons to turn Night View AUTO or OFF.
If you are presenting in a low-light condition, Night View enables the
image of the object to appear as though under normal lighting conditions.
SPB350 can automatically adjust the exposure to compensate for the
adverse condition, but the captured image will appear to be in slow
motion.
SETTING > IMAGE WHITE BALANCE
Press ► and use ▲or▼ buttons to select between auto or manually
adjust the red and blue color to suit the lighting condition or color
temperature. Then press ►/ENTER to make a selection.
AUTO
RED
BLUE
65
255
BLUE
0
SETTING > IMAGE > EXPOSURE
Press ► and use ▲or▼ buttons to select between Auto, Manual, Flicker
and Night View. Then press ►/ENTER to make a selection.
Select AUTO to automatically adjust the camera exposure to determine
how much light is required.
FLICKER
50 HZ
60 HZ
RED
0
SETTING > MODE
Use ▲or▼ buttons to select between Text, Graphics and High Frame
enhancement mode and then ENTER to make a selection.
Text - corrects the intensity of the adjacent pixel making it more uniform
producing sharper and clearer images.
Graphics - adjusts the gradient of the adjacent pixel making it appears
to have a smooth image.
High Frame - increases the frame rate capture and can visually tracks
the motion and react quickly. Sufficient lighting is required when using
this mode.
Microscope - automatically fixes the optical zoom and displays the
microscope image more clearly.
SETTING > MANUAL FOCUS
Use ◄or► buttons to manually adjust the focus and then press ENTER to
save the setting and exit.
65
255
SETTING > IMAGE > WHITE BALANCE > RED
Use ►or◄ buttons to manually adjust the red color level then press
ENTER to save the setting and exit.
SETTING > IMAGE > WHITE BALANCE >BLUE
Use ►or◄ buttons to manually adjust the blue color level then press
ENTER to save the setting and exit.
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OSD Menu
Description
IMAGE
EXPOSURE
WHITE BALANCE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
0
RESOLUTION
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IMAGE
EXPOSURE
WHITE BALANCE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
RESOLUTION
0
IMAGE
EXPOSURE
WHITE BALANCE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
RESOLUTION
140
63
255
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1280 x 960
1600 x 1200
1280 x 720
1920 x 1080
MEMORY
SOURCE
FORMAT
EMBEDDED
SD CARD
NO
YES
USB CONNECTION
USB CAMERA
MASS STORAGE
SAVE
PROFILE 1
PROFILE 2
PROFILE 3
MENU
EFFECT
MIRROR
PRESENTER
SPLIT SCREEN
PIP
SETTING
TIMER
CAPTURE
RECALL
DEFAULT
MENU
EFFECT
MIRROR
PRESENTER
SPLIT SCREEN
PIP
SETTING
TIMER
CAPTURE
RECALL
DEFAULT
START
PAUSE
STOP
SET TIME
SINGLE
CONTINUOUS
INTERVAL
5 SECS
MENU
EFFECT
MIRROR
PRESENTER
SPLIT SCREEN
PIP
SETTING
TIMER
CAPTURE
RECALL
DEFAULT
SETTING > IMAGE > CONTRAST
Use ►or◄ buttons to emphasize or reduce the difference between light
and dark conditions. The contrast level can be adjustable up to 255.
SETTING > IMAGE > RESOLUTION
Press ► and use ▲or▼ buttons to choose from different display
resolutions then press ►/ENTER to make the selection.
This selection will not be available in TV output (Composite/S-Video)
SETTING > LANGUAGE
Use ▲or▼ buttons to select from different languages then press
►/ENTER to make the selection.
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
日本語
繁體中文
MEMORY
SOURCE
FORMAT
SETTING > IMAGE > BRIGHTNESS
Use ►or◄ buttons to increase or decrease the brightness level and
improve the visibility of the image. The brightness level can be set up to
63.
SETTING > MEMORY
Use ▲or▼ buttons to select either SOURCE or FORMAT.
SOURCE – select the image storage in Camera mode or the source of
the image to display in Playback mode either in the built-in memory or
SD card.
FORMAT – select NO to exit or YES to format and delete all the images
saved in the memory source then press ►/ENTER.
Please wait till the message “FORMAT” disappear to finish the process.
SETTING > USB CONNECTION
Use ▲or▼ buttons to select the USB function between USB Camera and
Img Download.
USB Camera - can be used as a computer webcam or with our bundled
software as video recorder and capture still image.
Img Download - transfer the captured images from the memory source
to computer hard disk.
SETTING > SAVE
Use ▲or▼ buttons to select which user setting profile number to save
your preferred setting. Only effect, mode, brightness and contrast settings
can be saved.
TIMER
Press ► and use ▲or▼ buttons to select SET TIME to set the time value,
START to begin the countdown timer, PAUSE/RESUME to temporarily
halt or continue, and STOP to end.
CAPTURE
Press ► and use ▲or▼ buttons to select SINGLE or CONTINUOUS
capture mode. Then press ►/ENTER to make a selection.
SINGLE saves one still image only
CONTINUOUS saves successive still images until the memory source
is full or when the CAP/DEL button is being press again to stop.
Use ►or◄ buttons to increase or decrease the capture time interval
between frames and then press ENTER to save the setting and exit.
The time interval can be set from 5 to 600 sec.
RECALL
Press ►and use ▲or▼ buttons to select from the list to change to the
preferred saved user setting profile number then press ►/ENTER to make
the selection.
PROFILE 1
PROFILE 2
PROFILE 3
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OSD Menu
MENU
EFFECT
MIRROR
PRESENTER
SPLIT SCREEN
PIP
SETTING
TIMER
CAPTURE
RECALL
DEFAULT
Description
DEFAULT
Press ► and use ▲or▼ buttons to select YES to restore to original
factory default setting or NO to exit then press ►/ENTER to make the
selection.
NO
YES
Technical Specifications
Image
Sensor
Total Pixel Count
Frame Rate
White Balance
Exposure
Theme
Effect
Analog RGB Output
S-Video, Composite Video Output
Image Capture
Built-In Memory
1/2.5” CMOS color image sensor
5 mega pixels
30 fps (Max.)
Auto / Manual
Auto / Manual / Flicker / Night View
Text / Graphics / High Frame / Microscope
Color / BW / Negative
SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UGA, HD720p, HD1080p
NTSC or PAL
Up to 80 Frames
32MB NAND Flash Memory
Optics
Lens
F3.5 ; f=6~60 mm ; Auto Focus
Shooting Area
310mm x 233mm (Max.)
AVEROPTICAL Zoom
Digital Zoom
25.6x (8x optical + 3.2x AVERZOOM in SVGA) ;
20x (8x optical + 2.5x AVERZOOM in XGA) ;
16x (8x optical + 2x AVERZOOM in SXGA & HD720p) ;
12.8x (8x optical + 1.6x AVERZOOM in UGA) ;
10.6x (8x optical + 1.33x AVERZOOM in HD1080p)
Digital 8x
Power
Power Source
Consumption
AC/DC100-240V, 50-60 Hz
16 watts (lamp on); 13.6 watts (lamp off)
14.6 watts (light box on)
Lighting
Overhead light
Base light
LED Lamp
LED Lamp
Input/Output
RGB Input
RGB Output
DVI-I Output
S-Video Output
Video Output
USB
RS-232
15-Pins D-sub (VGA)
15-Pins D-sub (VGA)
DVI-I Type
Mini-DIN Jack
RCA Jack
USB2.0
9-Pins D-sub
Dimension
Fully Unfolded
Folded
Weight
480mm x 380mm x 505mm
480mm x 380mm x 150mm
7 kg (about 15.4 lb)
Card Supported
Secure Digital (SD)
16MB~2GB
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RS-232C Diagram Connection
SPB350 can be controlled using a PC through RS-232 connection.
RGB IN
RS-232
IOIOI
RS-232 cable
(not supplied)
Computer
Laptop
RS-232C Cable Spec
Make sure the RS-232 cable matches the cable spec design.
PC COM Port
CD 1
1
RXD 2
2 TXD
DSUB-9P (Female)
TXD 3
3 RXD
5 4 3 2 1
DTR 4
4
9 8 7 6
AVerVision RS-232 Port
DSUB-9P (Female)
5 4 3 2 1
5 SG
SG 5
DSR 6
6
RTS 7
7
CTS 8
8
RI (CI) 9
9
9 8 7 6
RS-232C Transmission Spec
:1 bit
:8 bit
:1 bit
:None
:None
:9600bds
Star bit
Data bit
Stop bit
Parity bit
X parameter
Baud rate(Communication speed)
RS-232C Communication For mat
Send Command Format
Send Format︰0x52 + 0x05 + 0x01 + Command + 0x53 + CheckSum
Receive Format︰0x53 + 0x00 + 0x01 + 0x05 + 0x53 + 0x57
FUNCTION
POWER ON
POWER OFF
POWER ON/OFF
MENU
UP
DOWN
LEFT
RIGHT
ENTER / FULLSCREEN
SOURCE
CAMERA MODE
DATA CODE
0x40
0x41
0x01
0x07
0x03
0x04
0x05
0x06
0x02
0x09
0x20
18
CHECKSUM CODE
0x17
0x16
0x56
0x50
0x54
0x53
0x52
0x51
0x55
0x5E
0x77
FUNCTION
PLAYBACK MODE
PC PASS THROUGH
LAMP ON/OFF
LIGHT BOX ON/OFF
AF
NEAR
FAR
ZOOM IN
ZOOM OUT
ZOOM RESET
FREEZE
ROTATE
MIRROR
EFFECT
BRT UP
BRT DOWN
AUTO IMAGE
TIMER
PROFILE
CAPTURE / DELETE
SPLIT SCRN
PIP
AVERBOX ON / OFF
AVERVISOR ON / OFF
AVERBOX COLOR
DATA CODE
CHECKSUM CODE
0x76
0x75
0x6B
0x6A
0x5F
0x6F
0x6E
0x62
0x63
0x61
0x5B
0x5A
0x65
0x59
0x78
0x67
0x5D
0x58
0x47
0x5C
0x46
0x44
0x71
0x70
0x7E
0x21
0x22
0x3C
0x3D
0x08
0x38
0x39
0x35
0x34
0x36
0x0C
0x0D
0x32
0x0E
0x2F
0x30
0x0A
0x0F
0x10
0x0B
0x11
0x13
0x26
0x27
0x29
Set Value Format
Send Format︰0x52 + 0x0B + 0x03 + Data[0] + Data[1] + Data[2] + 0x53 + CheckSum
Receive Format︰0x53 + 0x00 + 0x01 + 0x0B + 0x53 + 0x59
Function
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum Code
Flicker 50Hz
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x5B
Flicker 60Hz
0x00
0x01
0x00
0x5A
Exposure Value
0x01
Value[0 ~ 95]
0x00
*1
WB Red Value
0x02
0x00
Value[0~255]
*1
WB Blue Value
0x02
0x01
Value[0~255]
*1
Brightness Value
0x03
Value[0 ~ 63]
0x00
*1
Contrast Value
0x04
Value[0 ~ 255]
0x00
*1
Rotate
0 degree
0x06
0x00
0x00
0x5D
Rotate 90 degree
0x06
0x01
0x00
0x5C
Rotate 180 degree
0x06
0x02
0x00
0x5F
Rotate 270 degree
0x06
0x03
0x00
0x5E
Effect Color
0x07
0x00
0x00
0x5C
Effect B/W
0x07
0x01
0x00
0x5D
Effect Negative
0x07
0x02
0x00
0x5E
Mode Text
0x08
0x00
0x00
0x53
Mode Graphics
0x08
0x01
0x00
0x52
Mode High Frame
0x08
0x02
0x00
0x51
Mode Microscope
0x08
0x03
0x00
0x50
OPTICAL ZOOM 1X
0x0A
0x00
0x00
0x51
OPTICAL ZOOM 8X
0x0A
0x01
0x00
0x50
SPLIT SCRN VERTICAL
0x0B
0x00
0x00
0x50
SPLIT SCRN HORIZONTAL
0x0B
0x01
0x00
0x51
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Function
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum Code
PIP LOWER LEFT
0x0C
0x00
0x00
0x57
PIP UPPER LEFT
0x0C
0x01
0x00
0x56
PIP UPPER RIGHT
0x0C
0x02
0x00
0x55
PIP LOWER RIGHT
0x0C
0x03
0x00
0x54
CAPTURE SINGLE
0x0D
0x00
0x00
0x56
CAPTURE CONTINUOUS
0x0D
0x01
0x00
0x57
*1 :CheckSum = 0x0B xor 0x03 xor Data[0] xor Data[1] xor Data[2] xor 0x53
Get Value Format
Send Format︰0x52 + 0x0A + 0x01 + Data[0] + 0x53 + CheckSum
Receive Format︰0x53 + 0x0C + 0x01 + ReData[0] + 0x53 + ReCheckSum
Function
Data[0]
CheckSum Code
ReData[0]
ReCheckSum Code
Red Value
0x02
0x5A
Value[0~255]
*1
Blue Value
0x03
0x5B
Value[0~255]
*1
Power Status
0x04
0x5C
0 : OFF
1: ON
*1
Lamp Status
0x05
0x5D
0 : OFF
1: ON
*1
0x06
0x5E
0: Camera Mode
1: Source Input
2: Playback Mode
*1
0x07
0x5F
0: VGA 1: TV
*1
0x08
0x50
0 : OFF
*1
0x0A
0x52
Value[0~63]
Display Status
Video Output
Status
Freeze Status
Brightness Value
1: ON
Contrast Value
0x0B
0x53
Value[0~255]
LIGHT BOX
0x0C
0x54
0 : OFF 1: ON
Status
*1 :ReCheckSum = 0x0C xor 0x01 xor ReData[0] xor 0x52
*1
*1
*1
Troubleshooting
This section provides useful tips describing how to solve common problems while using
the AVerVision SPB350.
There is no picture on the presentation screen.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check all the connectors again as illustrated in this manual.
Check the remote control’s on/off switch on your display output device.
Verify the setting of the display output device.
If you are using a notebook or computer, you may have to switch the source to
VGA.
5. Make sure the TV/RGB switch is properly set based on your display output.
There is no computer signal on the presentation screen.
When you turn on the computer, it will auto-detect the type of monitor you have. During
auto-detection, there won’t be any display on your presentation screen. To avoid this
problem, connect your computer and all the necessary cables to the AVerVision SPB350
first before you power on your computer.
Unable to capture and save still image or is not responding.
- The message “FULL” is displayed. It means the memory source has reached the
maximum capacity. Just transfer the images to PC or format the memory source.
- The message “SD PROTECT” is displayed. It means the SD card is write protected.
Just remove the SD card from the slot and unlock it.
- The Capture setting could be in Continuous mode and the time interval is very long.
Press MENU > select Capture > Single or change the Continuous mode interval setting.
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Except for the foregoing, the Product is provided “AS IS.” In no event does AVerMedia warrant
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