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USERMANUAL
SCB-12
Version 1.5
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
I
Copyright Information............................................................................................................... 4
II
About this user manual ............................................................................................................ 4
III
Symbols in this manual ............................................................................................................ 5
1
1.1
1.2
Precaution.................................................................................................................................. 6
Labels on the remote control (optional) ....................................................................................... 7
Approval marks on the unit.......................................................................................................... 7
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2.1
2.2
Contents of packaging.............................................................................................................. 8
SCB-12 standard set ................................................................................................................... 8
SCB-12 Test set .......................................................................................................................... 8
3
3.1
Features ..................................................................................................................................... 9
Picture Size ................................................................................................................................. 9
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Pin assignment........................................................................................................................ 12
Left side..................................................................................................................................... 12
Rear .......................................................................................................................................... 13
Bottom ....................................................................................................................................... 14
Interface Board (optional) .......................................................................................................... 15
Infrared Remote Control ............................................................................................................ 16
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................. 18
Zoom ......................................................................................................................................... 18
Auto Iris / Manual Iris................................................................................................................. 18
Focus / Autofocus ..................................................................................................................... 18
Preset Function ......................................................................................................................... 19
White Balance ........................................................................................................................... 20
Image Memory for 9 images...................................................................................................... 21
Freeze ....................................................................................................................................... 21
Image Turn Mode ...................................................................................................................... 22
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Working with the SCB-12........................................................................................................ 23
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
Connections ............................................................................................................................ 24
DVI-I .......................................................................................................................................... 24
RGB .......................................................................................................................................... 24
Power Plug ................................................................................................................................ 24
RS-232 ...................................................................................................................................... 24
External Infrared (IR) Sensor .................................................................................................... 25
USB ........................................................................................................................................... 25
Ethernet / LAN Port ................................................................................................................... 26
Trigger ....................................................................................................................................... 28
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8.1
8.2
OSD (On-Screen Menu) OSD Help ......................................................................................... 29
Reset On-Screen Menu Settings............................................................................................... 29
Structure and functions of OSD................................................................................................. 30
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Resolution and refresh rate.................................................................................................... 54
10
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................ 56
Firmware Upgrades ................................................................................................................... 56
IR (Infrared) Remote Control ..................................................................................................... 56
Different IR-Codes .................................................................................................................... 56
Cleaning .................................................................................................................................... 57
Transportation ........................................................................................................................... 57
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Technical Specifications ........................................................................................................ 58
12
Dimensions .............................................................................................................................. 60
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13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
Installation ............................................................................................................................... 61
Eclipse....................................................................................................................................... 61
Cooling ...................................................................................................................................... 62
Matrix for key panel ................................................................................................................... 63
Recommended Positioning of Light........................................................................................... 64
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OPTIONAL WolfVision Accessories ...................................................................................... 66
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14.1
14.2
14.3
External WolfVision Lightbox .................................................................................................... 66
Close-Up Lens .......................................................................................................................... 66
Working surface ........................................................................................................................ 66
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15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.5
Troubleshooting ..................................................................................................................... 67
Check ....................................................................................................................................... 67
Power (depends on customer installation) ................................................................................ 67
IR-remote control (optional) ...................................................................................................... 67
Image........................................................................................................................................ 68
Connections .............................................................................................................................. 69
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16.1
16.2
16.3
16.4
Warranty .................................................................................................................................. 70
General ..................................................................................................................................... 70
Dead on arrival (DOA) .............................................................................................................. 70
Not covered by warranty ........................................................................................................... 70
Transit damage or loss: ............................................................................................................ 71
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17.1
17.2
Disposal of old WolfVision units ........................................................................................... 72
In the European Union .............................................................................................................. 72
Outside of the European Union ................................................................................................ 72
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Copyright
I
Information
Copyright Information
Copyright © by WolfVision. All rights reserved.
WolfVision, Wofu Vision and 沃 福 视 讯 are registered trademarks of WolfVision Holding AG, Austria.
No part of this document may be copied, reproduced, or transmitted by any means, without prior written permission from WolfVision.
Except documentation kept by the purchaser for backup purposes.
In the interest of continuing product improvement, WolfVision reserves the right to change product specifications without notice.
Information in this document may change without notice.
Disclaimer: WolfVision shall not be liable for technical or editorial
errors or omissions.
The units are "MADE IN EU/AUSTRIA”
Date of printing
Printed in Austria
October 2011
II
About this user manual
This user manual explains the SCB-12 and all of its contents.
Please keep this user manual for later reading. When selling the
SCB-12 please give this user manual to the next owner.
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Information
III
Marks in this manual
Symbols in this manual
Position numbers are written in bold, italic characters and marked
with the symbol "#", i.e. #1 for connections.
Safety information is marked with corresponding pictographs and
the instruction sequences are marked with the symbol "".
The word Danger indicates possible serious personal injury.
The word Warning indicates possible personal injury and/or serious equipment damage.
The word Attention indicates possible personal injury and/or
equipment damage.
High voltage.
Risk of electric shock.
Hot surface.
Risk of get burnt.
Laser beam.
Risk of injury.
Risk of possible material damages.
Advise for disconnecting the unit from mains.
Recycle used components.
Additional information.
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Precaution
1
Information
Precaution
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
 Use this unit only with the correct voltage as shown on the type
label.
 Do not expose the unit to extreme heat or moisture.
 Do not expose the unit to water, metallic objects or any flammable material.
 Make sure that sufficient air circulation for cooling the unit is
possible!
 Do not use a damaged power cord / power supply. This may
cause short circuits or electrical shocks!
 To prevent danger, do not modify the unit or operate it without a
case.
 Never use the unit without case.
 Never touch the power supply or power cord with wet fingers.
 If the unit is not used for a long time, disconnect it from mains!
 The power source equipment has to be approved by CSA or UL
in accordance to CSA 22.2-60950 or UL 1950. And it shall
comply with all applicable local and national codes related to
safety.
 The Power over Ethernet power equipment (PoE PSE) shall be
classified as Limited Power Source (LPS) in accordance with
IEC 60950-1:2001.
RISK OF HURTING YOUR EYES
 Do not stare into laser beam of the remote control.
Laser class II
Wavelength 650 nm
The laser is conform to EN 60825-1 March 1997.
The laser beam exits the remote control through the smaller (left)
opening on the front.
RISK OF DAMAGING THE UNIT
 Protect the unit from excessive shocks.
 Do not expose the unit to extreme heat or moisture.
 Do not expose the unit to water, metallic objects or any flammable material.
 Make sure that sufficient air circulation for cooling the unit is
possible!
 If there is any abnormality (abnormal noise, smell, smoke etc.)
disconnect the unit from mains immediately and contact your
WolfVision dealer!
 Avoid installing the unit in environments where there is radiation.
 Avoid installing the unit in locations exposed to strong magnetic
fields or electrical currents. This could cause monitor image
distortion or damage to the CCD camera.
 Never use strong cleaning agents!
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Information
1.1
Labels and Approvals
Labels on the remote control
(optional)
Laser Information FDA accession number:
9912688-00
This laser device complies with the restriction:
21 CFR 1040.10 und 1040.11
The remote control is included in the SCB-12 Test set.
This label will be found on the underneath of the remote control.
Technical data of the laser diode:
λ = 635 - 680nm
P < 1mW
Θ ≤ 2mrad
1.2
Approval marks on the unit
As the SCB-12 is a camera module for OEM-customers it has no
FCC or CE approvals.
The customer is responsible for FCC, CE and other necessary approvals.
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Content of packaging
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Contents of packaging
2.1
SCB-12 standard set
Following components are included in the carton box*:
• SCB-12
• Quick manual
all signals will be provided through JST and Molex-connectors.
2.2
SCB-12 Test set
Following accessories are included with the SCB-12 Test set:
• Interfacing board for SCB-12
• Lockable power connector
• BNC-RCA adapter for trigger input
• IR-remote control with laser pointer
• External IR-receiver with 10m cable and status LED
• Power supply
• Power cord
• User manual
• CD-Rom
• VGA cable (D-sub 15pin HD)
• USB cable
• LAN cable
• PoE power injector
*Please retain the original packaging for later transports of the
SCB-12 and accessories.
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Features
Features
The SCB-12 is an ultra-compact color-camera-module with
SXGA- resolution (1280x960) and 30 frames per second. With the
integrated scan converter, the camera is able to output different
resolutions and refresh rates for optimum picture reproduction.
The SCB-12 has a high quality lens with 12x optical zoom and 4x
digital zoom. The camera module has an auto focus and manual
focus, auto iris and manual iris and motorized zoom.
There are special features like: trigger function, 9 Presets (remain
stored when disconnected from power), Positive/Negative, 9 image
memories, Freeze function and Image Turn
The SCB-12 can be controlled by RS-232, USB or Ethernet/LAN. It
is possible to transfer images via USB or Ethernet/LAN.
Supply-voltage is 12VDC (+/- 10%).
The PoE function can be used with the WolfVision interfacing
board only.
3.1
Picture Size
3.1.1
Chart
The following chart shows the connection between distance from
the SCB-12 to the object and image size in optical zoom range:
*vertical image size =
horizontal size
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x3
Regular Distance From 0.5 to 10 Meters [1.64 to 32.81'].
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3.1.2
Camera
Picture Size / Distance Camera to Object
(examples)
Measurements in mm
Length x Wide
Distance
in mm
smallest
picture with
2x digital
zoom
smallest
picture with
optical zoom
largest
picture
600
22 x 30
44 x 59
392 x 522
800
28 x 37
55 x 73
517 x 589
1.000
33 x 44
66 x 88
642 x 856
1.200
38 x 51
77 x 102
768 x 1.023
1.400
44 x 58
87 x 116
893 x 1.191
1.600
49 x 65
98 x 131
1.143 x 1.525
1.800
54 x 73
109 x 145
1.269 x 1.692
2.000
60 x 80
120 x 159
1.394 x 1.859
2.200
65 x 87
130 x 174
1.394 x 1.859
2.400
71 x 94
141 x 188
1.519 x 2.026
Measurements in inch
Length x Wide
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Distance
in inches
[feet]
smallest
picture with
2x digital
zoom
smallest picture with optical zoom
largest picture
20" [1.67']
0.77" x 1.03"
1.55" x 2.06"
13.15" x 17.53"
30" [2.50']
1.04" x 1.39"
2.09" x 2.78"
19.42" x 25.89"
40" [3.33']
1.31" x 1.75"
2.62" x 3.50"
25.68" x 34.24"
50" [4.17']
1.58" x 2.11"
3.16" x 4.21"
31.95" x 42.60"
60" [5.00']
1.85" x 2.47"
3.70" x 4.93"
38.21" x 50.95"
70" [5.83']
2.12" x 2.82"
4.24" x 5.65"
44.48" x 59.30"
80" [6.67']
2.39" x 3.18"
4.77" x 6.36"
50.74" x 67.66"
90" [7.50']
2.66" x 3.54"
5.31" x 7.08"
57.01" x 76.01"
100" [8.33']
2.92" x 3.90"
5.85" x 7.80"
63.27" x 84.36"
110" [9.17']
3.19" x 4.26"
6.39" x 8.51"
69.54" x 92.72"
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3.1.3
Pin assignment
Online Calculation Program (Java)
A very easy method to calculate the exact positioning and the possible image sizes of the SCB-12 is the dedicated calculation program on WolfVision's homepage:
www.wolfvision.com/wolf/indexdistance.html
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Camera
Pin assignment
For more details regarding the connectors please contact
WolfVision Headquarter at support@wolfvision.com
Keep cable connections as short as possible to prevent interferences.
4.1
Left side
#1
Key panel connector (type: ZIF_12_RM1_0)
pin1
KYP_AF-LED
pin2
KYP_ROW1
pin3
KYP_ROW2
pin4
KYP_ROW3
pin5
KYP_ROW4
pin6
KYP_ROW5
pin7
KYP_COL1
pin8
KYP_COL2
pin9
KYP_COL3
pin10
KYP_COL4
pin11
KYP_COL5
pin12
KYP_COL6
Keep cable connections as short as possible, maximum 10cm.
The complete key matrix will be found on page 63
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4.2
Pin assignment
Rear
#2
Signal connector (type: 60PS-JMDSS-G-1-TF)
pin1
GND
pin2
IR_Data
pin3
LED-
pin4
LED+
pin5
RS232_RX
pin6
RS-232_TX
pin7
GND
pin8
DVI_HP_DETECT
pin9
DVI_I2C_D
pin10
DVI_I2C_C
pin11
GND
pin12
VGA_I2C_D
pin13
VGA_I2C_C
pin14
GND
pin15
VGA_R
pin16
DVI_R
pin17
GND
pin18
VGA_G
pin19
DVI_G
pin20
GND
pin21
VGA_B
pin22
DVI_B
pin23
GND
pin24
DVI_VSY
pin25
VGA_VSY
pin26
DVI_HSY
pin27
VGA_HSY
pin28
GND
pin29
TRIGGER_IN
pin30
GND
pin31
12VDC
pin32
12VDC
pin33
5VDC
pin34
3,3VDC
pin35
GND
pin36
USB_DMINUS
pin37
USB_DPLUS
pin38
USB_VBUS
pin39
ENET_SPEED
pin40
ENET_ACT
pin41
GND
pin42
ENET_TX-
pin43
ENET_TX+
pin44
GND
pin45
ENET_2V5
pin46
GND
pin47
ENET_RX-
pin48
ENET_RX+
pin49
GND
pin50
DVI_TX2+
pin51
DVI_TX2-
pin52
GND
pin53
DVI_TX1+
pin54
DVI_TX1-
pin55
GND
pin56
DVI_TX0+
pin57
DVI_TX0-
pin58
GND
pin59
DVI_TXC+
pin60
DVI_TXC-
For Ethernet/LAN connection, all "ENET..." lines are necessary,
use Tyco socket (Tyco part no. 1-6605834-1).
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4.3
Camera
Bottom
#3
Infrared receiver connector (type: S5B-ZR)
pin1
+5VDC
pin2
IRX
pin3
GND
pin4
LED_C
pin5
LED_A
Keep cable connections as short as possible.
IR-receiver Vishay TSOP 38xx will be preferred.
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Test set
4.4
Pin assignment - Interfacing board
Interface Board (optional)
The interface board is included in the SCB-12 Test set or optional
available.
#4
RS-232
for controlling purposes, see page 24
#5 USB
for image transfers to the computer and for controlling, see
page 25
#6 Trigger
for triggering the unit, see page 28
#7 Ethernet/LAN
for image transfers to the computer and for controlling, see
page 26
#8 RGB
RGB HV signal output, see page 24
#9 IR-EXTERN
for connecting an external IR receiver, see page 25
#10 DVI
DVI-I signal output, see page 24
#11 POWER
power plug, see page 24
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IR Remote Control
4.5
Test set
Infrared Remote Control
#12 ZOOM keys
Using the ZOOM keys also switches auto iris on again.
#13 PRESET keys (user programmable presets)
For storing a preset, press one of the PRESET keys for more
than 2 seconds.
For recalling a preset, press the PRESET key quickly (see
page 19).
#14 AUTO FOCUS (AF) key
Switches the auto focus on and off.
#15 WHITE key
Activates one push WHITE BALANCE adjustment (see page
20).
#16 FREEZE key
Captures the current image (see page 21).
#17 ALL key
For displaying all 9 pictures of the memory as split image (see
page 21).
#18 MENU NAVIGATION keys
For navigating through the on-screen menu (see page 29ff).
#19 MENU key
Pressing this key for 1 second activates the on-screen menu
(see page 29ff).
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IR Remote Control
#20 LASER indication LED / IR-Code indication LED
For indicating the LASER status of the unit (red=on, dark=off).
When changing the IR-code on the IR-remote control, the
LED flashes in accordance with the selected IR-code (see
page 56).
#21 LASER POINTER key
Important: Do not stare directly into the beam.
This is hazardous for your eyes!
#22 IMAGE TURN key
For picking up vertical (portrait) pages with higher resolution
(see page 22).
#23 Manual FOCUS keys
For focusing the picture.
When the Manual FOCUS keys are pressed the SCB-12
switches off the autofocus function. Using the AF key switches the autofocus function on again.
#24 Manual IRIS keys (brightness adjustment)
When the IRIS keys are pressed, the SCB-12 switches off the
auto iris function. The next time the ZOOM keys are used the
auto iris is switched on again.
For specialists:
The auto iris priority can be switched off in the on-screen
menu. ("Auto iris priority" means when pressing the ZOOM
keys, the auto iris switches on.)
The overall brightness level can be set lower or higher in the
on-screen menu with "Image Brightness" (see page 29ff). The
optimal setting depends on the connected display device.
#25 HELP/RESET key for on-screen menu
While you are in the on-screen menu you can activate the onscreen help by pressing the HELP key. Pressing this key for 2
seconds resets the selected menu item (see page 29ff).
#26 MEMORY keys 1 - 9
For saving and recalling pictures (see page 21).
#27 POWER key
Switches the unit on and off. When switching the unit on, the
SCB-12 automatically runs the power-on preset.
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Functions
FUNCTIONS
The SCB-12 can be controlled through a key-matrix, IR-remote
control (IR-receiver will be required), via Ethernet/LAN, USB or
RS-232.
5.1
Zoom
The SCB-12 uses a 12x zoom lens:
f=5.8 to 69.6 mm (F=2.8 to 3.0)
5.1.1
Digital Zoom
The digital zoom is automatically switched on at the tele end of 12x
optical zoom range, with progressive effect from 1 to 4, giving a total maximum of 48x zoom ratio. Digital zoom increases the picture
element size and reduces the resolution.
The default setting displays a message on-screen when you are in
the digital zoom mode.
Still pictures in the memory can also be digitally zoomed.
You can change the behavior of the SCB-12 in the digital zoom
mode in the on-screen menu (see page 29ff).
5.2
Auto Iris / Manual Iris
The SCB-12 is equipped with an auto iris function. This means that
the brightness of the camera image adjusts automatically. When
using the IRIS keys (#24) the auto iris function is switched off. In
this mode the iris can be adjusted manually. When using the
ZOOM keys (#12) the auto iris is switched on again.
The auto iris also controls the Auto Gain and Auto Shutter to extend the iris-range.
The auto iris priority can be switched off in the on-screen menu.
("Auto iris priority" means when pressing the ZOOM keys, the auto
iris switches on.)
The overall brightness level can be set lower or higher in the onscreen menu with "Image Brightness" (see page 29ff). The optimal
setting depends on the connected display device.
5.3
Focus / Autofocus
The minimum focus distance (MOD) is below 50mm at optical wide
end and below 500mm at optical tele end, and is independent of
digital zoom. If shorter distances are necessary, a high quality
close up lens is available (see optional accessories).
Please note that objects with very low contrast e.g. a blank sheet of
paper) are difficult to focus. If the autofocus does not work just
move the object slightly.
For special applications the autofocus can also be switched off
using the on/off switch (#14). The autofocus is also switched off
when the manual FOCUS keys (#23) are used.
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5.4
Basic functions
Preset Function
The SCB-12 offers the possibility to store the current settings as a
preset and recall them by just pressing the respective PRESET key
(#16) on the remote control.
Pressing the FREEZE key (#16) for 2 seconds recalls preset 1.
For storing a preset: adjust any function as required and then press
any one of the PRESET keys on the remote control for 2 seconds
or more. An on-screen message will inform you when the preset is
stored.
When presets are stored as mentioned above, all current settings
such as zoom, focus, iris etc. are stored. The user can also assign
specific functions, such as "Negative", "Negative/Blue",
"Black/White" etc. to a PRESET key in the on-screen menu of the
SCB-12 (see page 29ff).
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Functions
White Balance
The correct white balance adjustment is important for exact color
reproduction.
"Auto Tracking" is the default white balance setting when the
SCB-12 is shipped. This means that the white balance is continuously adjusted automatically.
For an exact white balance, 10% of the recorded image should be
white (measurement area is in the center of the image).
For a precisely fixed white balance adjustment use the "One Push"
white balance. This can be done by completely zooming in on a
white surface and pressing the WHITE key (#15). When the white
balance is stored, an on-screen message appears. Setting a "One
Push" white balance switches off the "Auto Tracking" mode (when
the unit is switched off and on again the "Auto Tracking" mode will
be reactivated). When the lighting conditions change (e.g. light box,
sunlight or different room light) the white balance should be readjusted!
For specialists: The SCB-12 can be switched between "Auto Tracking", "One Push" and "Manual" white balance mode in the onscreen menu (see page 29ff).
If you work with negative transparencies and a light box, use a
blank (black in the image) piece of the negative film for white balance adjustment!
5.5.1
White balance adjustment errors
If the white balance adjustment is not successful, an error message
appears on the screen. If this happens, take the necessary
measures.
White: Too Bright!
The video signal level is too high. Take one or more of the following measures and then perform the OWB again:
• Remove any brightly illuminated objects
• Decrease the illumination
• Close the iris opening
• Decrease the video gain
White: Too Dark!
The video signal level is too low. Take one or more of the following
measures and then perform the OWB again:
• Increase the illumination
• Widen the iris opening
• Increase the video gain
White: Out of Range!
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5.6
Special functions
Image Memory for 9 images
The SCB-12 has an image memory from which a stored image can
be output as a still image.
You can store up to 9 images in the memory.
Code
Storing an image: Press one of the MEMORY keys (#26) for 2
seconds or more
Recalling an image: Press one of the MEMORY keys (#26) quickly
View Mode / Splitscreen
By pressing the ALL key (#17) a split image with all 9 pictures of
the memory can be displayed.
Example of a splitscreen
The memory can be erased or filled automatically in the on-screen
menu of the view mode ALL key (#17). When choosing “Auto Fill”,
the SCB-12 stores every second a new image until all 9 memory
locations are full. With “Erase All”, all 9 memory locations will be
erased and shown with grey content.
The SCB-12 is equipped with a static memory to store the images
permanently.
The functional settings of memory erasing can be changed in the
on-screen menu (manually or automatically on every power-on).
see page 29ff
Recalled images from the memory can be digitally zoomed.
5.7
Freeze
To capture the currently displayed image into memory, use the
FREEZE key (#16). The captured image is output.
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Functions
5.8
Image Turn Mode
for higher resolution
Picking up a complete vertical (portrait) document or A4 page has
always been a critical issue because the image was always picked
up in a horizontal (landscape) format.
The camera could only use 50% of its pixels to pick up a vertical
(portrait) page. WolfVision's "Image turn" mode solves this problem.
Just place your document (or other vertical object) on the working
surface horizontally. Zoom in on it completely, so that approx. 90%
of the pixels of the built-in camera are used to pick up the document. Press the IMAGE TURN key (#22). The SCB-12 turns the
picture electronically at an angle at 90º and outputs it correctly with
a much higher resolution than in normal mode. The left and right
margins are blackened out.
5.8.1
Normal mode
The graphic on the left illustrates the picked up text.
The graphic on the left illustrates the reproduced text on the display
device.
Only 50% of the pixels are used to pick up the document
5.8.2
Image Turn mode
The graphic on the left illustrates the picked up text.
The graphic on the left illustrates the reproduced text on the display
device.
90% of the pixels are used to pick up the document. The output
image will be electronically turned. By using more pixels for picking
up the image sharpness will be increased.
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Working with the SCB-12
• Connect all necessary cables to the SCB-12
• Set the output resolution and refresh rate to the right setting
(depends on the connected display device) (see page 29ff)
IMPORTANT
Note the hints in the manual of the connected display device
regarding resolution and refresh rate.
• Switch on the SCB-12 by pressing the power key or sending a
power-on command.
Power-on Preset
• By default, the SCB-12 performs the power-on preset
automatic setting to a middle zoom position, autofocus and auto iris
are activated.
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Connections
7.1
DVI-I
DVI-I
socket on the unit
(front view)
7.2
D-Sub HD 15pin
socket on the unit
(front view)
The DVI-I port (#10) provides digital and analog signals with adjustable resolution and refresh rate.
For using HDMI, a DVI-HDMI cable or adapter will be required.
When using digital display devices with LCD-, DLP- or Plasma
technology, use the DVI port for getting the best result of image
reproduction. Because the signal will be not converted from digital
to analog to prevent signal loss.
RGB
The RGB port (#8) of the SCB-12 provides an analog RGBHV
signal with adjustable resolution and refresh rate
Use the RGB port for long cable runs and when using analog display devices.
7.3
Power Plug
DC-plug
pin diameter 2,1mm
(front view)
When a locked power connector and/or other power supply are
necessary, the supplied power connector can be used.
The power supply is optional if Power over Ethernet (PoE) is used
(see page 27).
The power source equipment shall comply with all applicable local
and national codes related to safety.
7.4
RS-232
The serial port (#4) can be used to control the SCB-12 through an
external device, such as a room control system
D-Sub 9pin
connector on the unit
(front view)
Pins:
2: RX
3: TX
5: GND
9200, 19200, 38400, 57600 or 115200
(selectable)
8
1
Baud rate:
databits:
stopbit:
The baud rate can be changed in the on-screen extra menu (see
page 29ff).
The complete command protocol can be found on our internet
website under: www.wolfvision.com/support
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7.5
External Infrared (IR) Sensor
In some rooms, one IR-receiver may not be sufficient. In this case
connect the external IR-receiver to the IR-SENSOR plug (#9) and
position the IR-sensor somewhere on the ceiling (or in the room)
where users normally point the remote control towards.
The external IR-receiver is included in the test set and is available
as an optional accessory.
7.6
USB
The USB device port (#5) can be used for direct connections between the SCB-12 and a computer. This way, SCB-12 can be controlled and can be used as a scanner for 3-dimensional objects.
Images in JPG, TIF or BMP format can be taken in a fraction of a
second - much faster than with a desktop scanner.
WolfVision's USB Software (Connectivity Software) works under
Windows 2000, XP, Vista and 7 (32 and 64-bit) as well as Apple
Macintosh. It is fully TWAIN/WIA compatible. This is important
when using the SCB-12 in connection with graphic programs such
as Photoshop, or for connecting them to Interactive Whiteboards
(Smart Boards).
The fast USB 2.0 port can also output live motion. WolfVision‘s
Connectivity Software can store AVI files and includes a video capture driver. You can view and save the live image from the SCB-12
on your computer in almost every modern video editing software.
Please download the latest version of the WolfVision Connectivity
Software from: www.wolfvision.com/support
Pictures which are stored with the WolfVision Connectivity Software includes EXIF data, if file format JPG or TIFF is used. Included data are:
Manufacturer = WolfVision
Model (inclusive serial number) = i.e. SCB-12 (00103701)
Firmware version = i.e. V2.00a
Date and time of create = i.e. 2011-09-18 11:06:29 (yyyy-mm-dd
hh:mm:ss)
On Microsoft Windows-computers, install the driver before connecting the SCB-12 to the computer. Otherwise the driver has to install
manually in the system preferences of Microsoft Windows.
Connectivity Software version 1.7 or higher will be needed to work
with camera firmware v1.20b (and higher).
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Ethernet / LAN Port
10BASE-T/100Base-TX
The LAN port (#7) makes the SCB-12 a part of the internal computer network and it can be used for communication over the Internet, if it is assigned an official (WAN) IP address.
Administrators of a larger number of Visualizers can use the LAN
port to control, support and update all of their units from their local
desktop PC. The list of applications for the Visualizers LAN port is
constantly increasing. It can be used for controlling, capturing still
images, viewing live video streams, firmware updates, adjustments, menu settings and maintenance purposes.
The following protocols are supported: TCP/IP, ICMP and ARP.
Supported internet browsers are: Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator and Mozilla/Firefox.
By default, DHCP is activated to receive all network settings automatically.
Possible image transfer resolution up to SXGA- (1280x960).
In order to prevent unauthorized users from logging into the Visualizer over the network, it is possible to set administrator and user
passwords. The transmission of the passwords over LAN is encrypted with Md5.
The Visualizer offer streaming of live images in Singlecast
(Unicast) and Multicast mode.
(Technical Background: In Singlecast mode each computer opens
a separate connection to the Visualizer, which requires a lot of
bandwidth if many clients are connected. Multicast is like a broadcast - many clients are watching the same video stream. In Multicast mode the bandwidth is always the same, no matter how
many computers are connected. However as many routers do not
support Multicast it cannot be used everywhere. This is why both
streaming modes are important.)
Please check the separate description of "Built-In WebServer" on
our internet homepage at: www.wolfvision.com/support (or on the
supplied CD-Rom).
For full functionality JAVA version 1.5.0 or higher is necessary.
For full functionality following ports are necessary: 50915, 50913,
8800 and 8801 (by default).
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7.7.1
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
The Ethernet/LAN-port (#7) of the SCB-12 includes Power over
Ethernet (PoE) functionality.
Power over Ethernet is a popular way of saving cables and installation costs.
The SCB-12 is compatible with PoE power injectors or PoE switches (according to the IEEE 802.3af™-2003 industry standard). The
supplied Voltage (in the range between 36 and 57V) will be added
to a CAT-5 (or higher) Ethernet cable and the camera can receive
power via the Ethernet/LAN-cable. A switch mode power supply in
the camera converts the power to 12V.
When selecting a PoE-adapter for the SCB-12 it is very important
that the adapter complies with the IEEE 802.3af™-2003 industry
standard. Before this standard was introduced, many incompatible
PoE-systems were available on the market. Some of these units
with different PoE standards are not compatible with the SCB-12
and may have damaging effects!
The "power classification" of the SCB-12 is "Class 0 (0.44 to
12.95W)".
More information on PoE-adapters at:
www.wolfvision.com/wolf/thirdparty.html
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7.8
Trigger
The trigger mode is very useful for surveillance and machine vision
applications.
For example, a light barrier can simultaneously send out a trigger
pulse to the SCB-12 and to a harddisc recorder when somebody
enters a room. Most normal recording devices can not start recording within a fraction of a second. If such a camera outputs a live
image either a later image which does not show the exact situation
is recorded or the recorder saves a stream of images and, therefore, requires a large amount of data space.
7.8.1
NORMAL MODE (Free Running)
In normal mode (Trigger is de-activated by default) the camera
generates live images with a frame rate of 30 fps. The duration of
exposure can be changed in the on-screen menu with the shutter
setting. The sampling time is controlled by the camera electronics
and can not be changed.
7.8.2
TRIGGER MODE
The SCB-12 offers a trigger input to determine the moment of image readout.
When the TRIGGER-function is activated, the sampling time is
controlled by receiving trigger-pulses (pulse with 3.3 to 40Vss; positive or negative edge, selectable in the on-screen menu - see page
29ff).
The image is processed 1/30s after the camera receives the trigger
pulse.
The exposure time is variable and determined by the shutter time.
However, the end of exposure is always 1/30s after the trigger
pulse. The start of exposure is also determined by the shutter time
(Shutter is adjustable in the on-screen menu).
The maximum trigger frequency is 15Hz (2x 1/30s). This will result
in a maximum frame rate of 15fps.
When switching on the Trigger mode in the on-screen menu, the
SCB-12 freezes the current image. The next image will be processed when the SCB-12 receives a trigger pulse.
When the time between the trigger pulses is too short, the message "Trigger Overrun" will appear on the screen. Decrease the
trigger pulse frequency to rectify this.
7.8.3
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Example with positive trigger edge
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8
OSD (On-Screen Menu)
OSD Help
For experienced users only:
For regular use of the SCB-12, it is not necessary to go into the
unit's menu and change settings. Inexperienced users should not
make any adjustments there.
To enter the on-screen menu press the MENU key (#19) for one
second. Settings of the SCB-12 basic functions can be made here
using the 4 SELECT keys (#18) (the numerical keys with red arrows).
If more information for a function in the on-screen menu is required, set the cursor in the respective line and press the HELP
key (#25) (on the remote control the numerical key Number 5). A
detailed description of this function appears on the screen. If you
want to reset the selected item to the default setting, press the
HELP key (#25) for 2 seconds.
By pressing the MENU key for 4 seconds the Extra Menu appears.
In the Extra Menu, settings like baud rate can be changed.
The functions of the on-screen menu are not described in detail in
this user manual since the HELP menu is an integrated part of the
unit's software (firmware). The information you see on your screen
always belongs to the current firmware.
8.1
Reset On-Screen Menu Settings
The settings in the on-screen menu can be set to default. “Recall
Default Settings” is a separate item in the on-screen menu (settings regarding output and communication are not affected). In
case you are not able to read the menu on the screen you can also
set the unit back to the factory defaults by simultaneously pressing
both FOCUS keys on the unit (#23) and the Number 4 key (backarrow, #18) on the remote control (if available).
If you only want to reset the item that is currently selected to the
default setting, press the HELP key (#25) for 2 seconds!
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Structure and functions of OSD
The structure of the menu depends on the installed firmware version. The shown structure conforms to the firmware version v1.20b.
8.2.1
Standard Menu
SCB-12
MAIN MENU
Exposure Settings
Color Settings
Output Settings
Preset Control
Advanced Settings
Recall Default Settings
Start Quick Setup Guide
Exit
Exposure Settings
Changes Settings which affect brightness of picture. e.g.: Gain,
Shutter and Auto Iris settings.
Color Settings
Changes settings which affect color reproduction of the camera.
Output Settings
Changes settings which affect output settings of the unit. e.g.: RGB
and DVI resolution.
Preset Control
Changes settings which affect behavior of preset buttons.
Advanced Settings
Changes settings which need to be done only once, e.g. Power
Settings, Ethernet Settings, changing IR code, etc.
Recall Default Settings
Restore default menu settings and preset settings except items
regarding output format (resolution and refresh rate) and connection settings (i.e. network settings, baud rate, IR code).
Start Quick Setup Guide
The Quick Setup Guide will guide you through the most important
settings like Ethernet Settings.
Exit
Exits the menu.
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Exposure Settings
SCB-12
EXPOSURE SETTINGS
Gain
AUTO LOW
Shutter
AUTO
Iris Priority
AUTO
Image Brightness
+0
Back Light Compensation
OFF
Extern Trigger
OFF
Return
Gain
There are three auto settings available.
Additionally you can set the sensitivity of the camera from 0dB to
18 dB in 1dB steps. Settings affect the depth of focus and noise
level.
Factory setting is AUTO LOW
Possible settings are:
• AUTO LOW: adjusts the lowest necessary gain level for best
image quality automatically.
• AUTO MED: adjusts gain level for optimum image quality and
depth of focus automatically.
• AUTO HIGH: adjusts the highest necessary gain level for highest depth of focus automatically.
• 0dB to 18dB in steps of 1dB
Shutter
Exposure time.
Factory setting is AUTO
Possible settings are:
• OFF: full exposure time
• STEP: user defined exposure time in coarse steps
• STEP-FLICKERLESS: prevents flickering of image in 50Hz and
60Hz countries caused by fluorescent lamps
• VARIABLE: user defined exposure time in fine steps, e.g. for
scanning computer monitors
• AUTO: Best shutter-setting is chosen automatically by the SCB12 (flickering can occur with fluorescent lamps!)
Iris Priority
Factory setting is AUTO
Possible settings are:
• AUTO: whenever a zoom key is pressed, the SCB-12 switches
Auto Iris ON.
• MANUAL: Auto Iris stays disabled until the device is switched
off/on or a preset with enabled Auto Iris is recalled. When a
zoom key is pressed, Auto Iris stays off.
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Image Brightness
Sets brightness of picture when Auto Iris is used
(-10 darkest and +10 brightest image). Optimum setting also depends on connected display device.
Factory setting is 0
Possible settings are:
• -10 to +10 in integer steps
Back Light Compensation
Changes the behavior of the Auto Iris control to change the brightness
reference
to
darker
areas
of
the
image.
Optimum setting depends on the recorded image and back light.
Factory setting is OFF
Possible settings are:
• OFF: no back light compensation
• MED: compensation of back light up to 50% of the image area
• HIGH: compensation of back light up to 80% of the image area
Extern Trigger
Trigger function of the SCB-12 (see page 28)
Factory setting is OFF
Possible settings are:
• ON: Trigger function is activated
• OFF: Trigger function is de-activated
Extern Trigger Edge
Available with activated Trigger function only.
Factory setting is POS
Possible settings are:
• POS: triggering to the positive edge of trigger pulse
• NEG: triggering to the negative edge of trigger pulse
Return
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Returns to previous menu page.
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Color Settings
SCB-12
COLOR SETTINGS
White Balance
Color Mode
Mode Gamma
Saturation
Pos/Neg/Blue
AUTO-TRACKING
PRESENTATION
1
105%
POSITIVE
Return
White Balance
Factory setting is AUTO-TRACKING
Possible settings are:
• AUTO-TRACKING: the white balance will be tracked permanently to the picked up object/document. This can lead to wrong colors on some critical objects
• ONE-PUSH: press the white key to perform a one-push white
balance
• MANUAL: manual adjustment of red- and blue values (there is
also the opportunity to set the manual setting by performing a
one-push white balance.
By pressing the one-push white balance key, the White Balance
will be set to ONE-PUSH in the on-screen menu.
ONE-PUSH is a temporary setting and will be set back to AUTOTRACKING after switching the unit off/on.
A correct white balance is necessary for a correct color reproduction (see page 20).
Color Mode
Adjust the right Color Mode for your application.
Additionally, the gamma value and color saturation can be changed
manually.
Factory setting is PRESENTATION
Possible settings are:
• BLACK/WHITE: optimal setting for working with black/white objects like x-rays. (Saturation=0% and Gamma Mode=2)
• PRESENTATION: optimal setting for standard use with minimum ∆E (color difference). (Saturation=105% and Gamma
Mode=1)
• NATURAL: optimal setting for natural color reproduction. (Saturation=100% and Gamma Mode=3)
• VIDEO CONF: optimal setting for use with video conferencing
systems. (Saturation=84% and Gamma Mode=1)
• MANUAL: gamma and saturation can be changed manually
Adjust the gamma to match the gamma characteristics of the connected display device for natural color reproduction. Higher values
result in brighter images and lower contrast.
• 0 to 3 in integer steps
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Adjust the color saturation to desired value. Higher values result in
more color full images.
• 0% to 150% in integer steps (105%=standard setting)
To toggle Black/White mode frequently, program this function to a
preset key in the preset control menu (see page 35).
Pos/Neg/Blue
Alternative image display
Select positive/negative conversion (for photo negatives), negative
with blue background for good text-readability. To toggle this function frequently, program it to a preset key in the preset control
menu.
Factory setting is POSITIVE
Possible settings are:
• POSITIVE: positive (normal) image display
• NEGATIVE: negative (inverse) image display for photo negatives
• BLUE: negative with blue background for better readability of
texts (e.g. written with pencil).
Color / B/W
Color or black/white image reproduction.
For black/white objects like x-rays or text) use black/white mode.
To toggle this function frequently, program it to a preset key in the
preset control menu.
Factory setting is POSITIVE
Possible settings are:
• COLOR: colored image reproduction
• BLACK/WHITE: black/white image reproduction
Return
Returns to previous menu page.
Output Settings
SCB-12
OUTPUT SETTINGS
Detail
HIGH
DVI/RGB Resolution
AUTO
Return
DVI is:
SXGA-/60Hz
Detail
Sharpness / Aperture / Contrast of the displayed image.
DVI/RGB Resolution
Changes resolution settings of DVI and RGB port.
Status Bar “DVI is”
Shows the current selected resolution and refresh rate of DVI/RGB.
Return
Returns to previous menu page.
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Detail
Adjust sharpness of image.
Factory setting is HIGH
Possible settings are:
• HIGH: highest contour sharpness of image with most details
• MEDIUM: average contour sharpness
• OFF: contour sharpness is de-activated for soft contours with
fewer details.
Resolution Change Output
SCB-12
CHANGE OUTPUT
DVI/RGB Resolution
AUTO
Resolution Test
Ok
Cancel
DVI/RGB Resolution
Resolution and refresh rate (vertical frequency)
Factory setting is AUTO
Possible settings are:
• AUTO: automatic adjustment of optimal resolution and refresh
rate depending on the connected display device according to the
VESA standard
• Manual setting of resolution and refresh rate.
VGA/60 to 1080p/60.
Before changing the resolution with “Ok”, select the line “Resolution Test” to check capability of connected display device.
For automatic adjustment of resolution and refresh rate a full connected cable is needed (DDC-lines).
More information regarding resolution and refresh rate can be
found on page 54
Resolution Test
Selected resolution will be activated for 10 seconds, afterwards the
units switches back to previous setting. This would be helpful to
check if the connected display device is capable to show the desired resolution.
Activated test procedure cannot be aborted manually, it returns
automatically back after 10 seconds.
Ok
Confirms the selected resolution and returns to previous page.
Cancel
Returns to previous menu page without any change.
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Preset Control
SCB-12
PRESET CONTROL
Recall Default Presets
PRESET 1:
PRESET 1
PRESET 2:
PRESET 2
PRESET 3:
PRESET 3
Return
Recall Default Presets
To set back all presets to factory default.
PRESET 1, 2, 3
User definable adjustments 1, 2 and 3
Factory setting is PRESET 1 (2, 3)
Possible settings:
• PRESET x: for storing and recalling user selected adjustments
• POS/NEG: changes the behavior of key to toggle between positive or negative image display
• POS/NEG BLUE: changes the behavior of key to toggle between positive or negative blue image display
• BLACK/WHITE: changes the behavior of key to toggle between
colored or black/white image display
• WHITE BALANCE: changes the behavior of key to perform an
One-Push Whitebalance (like the White key)
• FREEZE: changes the behavior of key to capture the current
picked up image
• IMAGE ON/OFF: changes the behavior of key to switch the image output on or off.
• IMAGE TURN: rotates the image electronically - page 22.
Return
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Returns to previous menu page.
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Advanced Settings
SCB-12
ADVANCED SETTINGS
Power Settings
Miscellaneous Settings
OSD Settings
Ethernet Settings
Device Info
Date/Time Settings
Return
Power Settings
Changes settings which affect behavior of the unit when switched
on.
Miscellaneous Settings
Changes settings which affect OSD, IR code, digital zoom, etc.
OSD Settings
Changes settings which affect the display of OSD like color and
position.
Ethernet Settings
Adjusts settings of LAN interface like IP address, shows MAC address, etc.
Device Info
Shows details of the SCB-12 like serial number and version number of the installed firmware.
Date/Time Settings
Adjusts date and time.
Return
Returns to previous menu page.
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Power Settings
SCB-12
POWER SETTINGS
Power-On Preset
ON
Store Power-On Preset
Display Logo
Mains-On
Auto-Power-Off
ON
POWER-ON
OFF
Return
Power-On Preset
Factory setting is ON
Possible settings:
• ON: Power-On preset will be recalled when switching the unit on
• OFF: unit will stay in last zoom position
Store Power-On Preset
Perform all desired adjustments like zoom, image turn, etc. and
select this line to store the Power-On preset. To get factory PowerOn Preset, recall default preset settings in the Preset Control
menu.
Display Logo
Factory setting is ON
Possible settings:
• ON: WolfVision-Logo "WolfVision SCB-12" will be displayed
shortly when switching on the SCB-12
• OFF: the unit will start without showing the logo.
Mains-On
Defines the behavior of the unit when connecting the power
supply
Factory setting is POWER-ON
Possible settings:
• POWER-ON: the unit will be switched on when connecting the
power supply
• STAND-BY: the unit will stay in stand-by.
Auto-Power-Off
Energy saving function, when the unit is not in use for the specified
time it will switch automatically to stand-by mode.
Factory setting is OFF
Possible settings:
• OFF: the unit stays on
• 30min: stand-by mode after 30min of non-use
• 1h: stand-by mode after 1h of non-use
• 2h: stand-by mode after 2h of non-use
• 3h: stand-by mode after 3h of non-use
• 4h: stand-by mode after 4h of non-use.
Return
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Returns to previous menu page.
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Miscellaneous Settings
SCB-12
MISCELLANEOUS SETTINGS
IR Code
Erase Memory
Image Turn Rotation
Digital Zoom
Dig. Zoom Warning
A
MANUALLY
CYCLE
2X
STOP
Return
IR Code
IR remote code: Helpful when there are IR interferences in the
same room as the SCB-12.
Factory setting is A
Possible settings:
• A: IR code A
• B: IR code B
• C: IR code C
Erase Memory
• D: IR code D.
The IR remote control has to be set to the same IR code as the unit
to function correctly (see page 56).
For activating the new code select the line "Activate new IR-code
here".
Changes the behavior of erasing image memories.
Factory setting is MANUALLY
Possible settings:
• MANUALLY: image memories can be erased only by keeping
pressed the ALL key for 4 seconds and pressing MEMORY 3
key
• STAND-BY: image memories will be erased when switching the
unit on.
Images will be stored in a permanent memory without battery.
Image Turn Rotation
Changes the behavior of turning images by pressing the IMAGE
TURN key.
Factory setting is CYCLE
• CYCLE: every time the IMAGE TURN key is pressed, the image
will be turned clockwise by 90° (0°, -90°, 180°, +90° and 0°)
• -90: the image will be turned by -90°, when pressing the IMAGE
TURN key again; the image will be displayed in standard format.
• 180: the image will be turned by 180°, when pressing the IMAGE
TURN key again; the image will be displayed in standard format.
• +90: the image will be turned by +90°, when pressing the IMAGE TURN key again; the image will be displayed in standard
format.
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Digital Zoom
Changes the behavior of digital zoom.
Factory setting is 2X
Possible settings:
• 4X: digital zoom extension is 4x
• 2X: digital zoom extension is 4x
Dig. Zoom Warning
• DISABLED: digital zoom is disabled
Changes the behavior of the unit when reaching the digital zoom
extension.
Factory setting is MESSAGE
Possible settings:
• MESSAGE: a message will be displayed on-screen when reaching the digital zoom extension.
• STOP: the zoom stops when reaching the digital zoom extension. For further zooming in press the ZOOM TELE key again.
• NONE: no action when reaching digital zoom extension.
Return
Returns to previous menu page.
OSD Settings
SCB-12
OSD SETTINGS
OSD Level
TALK
Transparency
ON
Size
SMALL
Menu Hor. Position
Menu Ver. Position
Status Position
Selection Bar Color
50%
50%
BOTTOM
Selected Text Color
Menu Text Color
Menu Headline Color
Status Text Color
Language
ENGLISH
Return
OSD Level
Frequency of displaying on-screen messages.
Factory setting is TALK
Possible settings:
• VERBOSE: all on-screen messages will be displayed
• TALK: only helpful messages will be displayed like "Preset 1
stored"
• QUIET: only important messages will be displayed.
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Transparency
Transparency of OSD window background.
Factory setting is ON
Possible settings:
• ON: background of OSD window will be displayed transparent
and the image is still visible
• OFF: background of OSD window will be displayed in solid color.
Size
Changes the size of the OSD window.
Factory setting is SMALL
Possible settings:
• SMALL: the OSD will be shown as small window
• LARGE: the OSD will be shown as large window for better readability
The size of the OSD windows cannot be changed when one of the
following resolutions is selected: VGA, XGA
When the OSD window size is changed to large, the position of the
OSD window cannot be changed.
Menu Hor. Position
Horizontal position of OSD window on the screen.
Factory setting is 50%
Possible settings:
• 0% to 100%: in steps of 5%.
(0% moves the window to the left side; 100% to the right side)
Menu Ver. Position
Vertical position of OSD window on the screen.
Factory setting is 50%
Possible settings:
• 0% to 100%: in steps of 5%.
(0% moves the windows to the top; 100% to the bottom)
Status Position
Position of status bar in relation to the OSD window.
Factory setting is BOTTOM
Possible settings:
• BOTTOM: the status bar will be displayed on the bottom of the
OSD window
• TOP: the status bar will be displayed on the top of the OSD window.
Selection Bar Color
Changes the color of the bar which indicates the current selected
menu line.
Factory setting is WHITE
Selected Text Color
Changes the color of the selected text in the bar.
Factory setting is BLACK
Menu Text Color
Changes the color of the OSD text.
Factory setting is WHITE.
Menu Headline Color
Changes the color of the text in the headline of the OSD.
Factory setting is Yellow.
Status Text Color
Changes the color of the text in the status line.
Factory setting is WHITE.
Language
Changes the language of the on-screen menu.
Return
Returns to previous menu page.
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Language
SCB-12
CHANGE LANGUAGE
Language
ENGLISH
Ok
Cancel
Language
Changes language of the on-screen menu.
Factory setting is ENGLISH
Possible settings:
• ENGLISH
• DEUTSCH
• TÜRKÇE
Change of the language will restart the on-screen menu.
Ok
Confirms the selected language and returns to previous page.
Cancel
Returns to previous menu page without any change.
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Ethernet Settings
SCB-12
ETHERNET SETTINGS
DHCP
ON
IP Address
FROM DHCP-SERVER
Subnet Mask
FROM DHCP-SERVER
Gateway IP
FROM DHCP-SERVER
Streaming Settings
Security Settings
Return
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway IP
DHCP
192.
255.
192.
168.
255.
168.
0.
255.
0.
2.
0.
1.
If DHCP-server is available, set it to ON.
Factory setting is ON
Possible settings are:
• ON: IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway IP will be set automatically
• OFF: IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway IP have to be set
manually.
Ask your network administrator for more details regarding the installed network.
When no DHCP server is available, the respective addresses are
marked with “???.???.???.???”
IP Address
De-activate DHCP and set the IP Address manually.
Factory setting is 10.0.0.160
Ask your network administrator for more details regarding the installed network.
Subnet Mask
De-activate DHCP and set the Subnet Mask manually.
Factory setting is 255.0.0.0
Ask your network administrator for more details regarding the installed network.
Gateway IP
De-activate DHCP and set the Gateway IP Address manually.
Factory setting is 0.0.0.0
Ask your network administrator for more details regarding the installed network.
Returns to previous menu page.
Return
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Streaming Settings
SCB-12
MULTICAST SETTINGS
Multicast IP
232.
1.
1.
1.
Multicast Port
Streaming Mode
8800
AUTO
Streaming Format
VGA
Frame Rate
LOW
Return
Multicast IP
Changes Multicast IP address of camera.
Factory setting is 232.1.1.1
Possible settings are:
• 225.1.1.1 to 238.255.255.255
Ask your network administrator for more details regarding the installed network.
Multicast Port
Changes Multicast destination port.
Factory setting is 8800
Possible settings are:
• 8800 to 9000.
Ask your network administrator for more details regarding the installed network.
The corresponding source port is one port higher as the multicast
port.
Streaming Mode
Streaming Mode
Factory setting is AUTO
Possible settings are:
• OFF: Streaming disabled.
• UNICAST: Camera streams permanently using unicast.
• AUTO: Camera streams on demand, only when clients are listening
• CONTINUOUS: Camera streams permanently using multicast.
Ask your network administrator for more details regarding the allowed network traffic.
Some Streaming players cannot listen on demand and needs the
settings "CONTINUOUS" for proper work.
Multicast: one stream with multiple listening devices
Unicast: one stream each listening device.
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Streaming Format
Distributed resolution
Factory setting is VGA
Possible settings are:
• VGA / 288p / VGA*
• XGA / 576p / XGA*
• SXGA- / 720p / WXGA*
Ask your network administrator for more details regarding the allowed network traffic.
The streaming ratio will be changed automatically to the same
image ratio as the selected resolution in the Output Settings (4:3,
16:9 or 16:10) (see page 54).
Frame Rate
Distributed frame rate.
Factory setting is MEDIUM
Possible settings are:
• LOW: ~1fps at VGA resolution
• MEDIUM: ~5fps at VGA resolution
• HIGH: ~20fps at VGA resolution
A higher frame rate increases the traffic on the network.
Ask your network administrator for more details regarding the allowed network traffic.
Images can be streamed with the built-in web browser (see page
26).
If DHCP is de-activated, IP-address and Subnet Mask have to
match the settings on the computer. Gateway IP of the SCB-12 has
to be the IP address of the computer and the computers Gateway
has to be the IP address of the SCB-12.
Return
Returns to previous menu page.
If the stream applet needs a long time to start, please check Javanetwork settings and select "direct connection".
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Security Settings
SCB-12
SECURITY SETTINGS
Admin Password
**********
Guest Password
Password
Ethernet-Mode
FW+CTRL+IMG
Return
Admin Password
To prevent un-authorized access.
Admin password has to be entered before any changes are possible.
Factory setting is Password
• Possible characters are: 0-9, a-z and A-Z
• 10 digits
Write down the passwords and keep it securely. If you forgot the
password or lost it, the access through the Ethernet/LAN port may
be denied.
Contact your WolfVision dealer in such case www.wolfvision.com
Guest Password
To prevent un-authorized access.
Admin password has to be entered before any changes are possible.
Factory setting is Password
• Possible characters are: 0-9, a-z and A-Z
• 10 digits
Write down the passwords and keep it securely. If you forgot the
password or lost it, the access through the Ethernet/LAN port may
be denied.
Contact your WolfVision dealer in such case www.wolfvision.com
Ethernet-Mode
To change the behavior of accessibility to the unit via the network.
Factory setting is FW+CTRL+IMG
Possible settings are:
• FW+CTRL+IMG: Ethernet connection can be used un-restricted
• AUTH: Ethernet connection depending on
admin has full access (FW+CTRL+IMG)
guest has restricted access (IMG)
authentication
• OFF: firmware updates, controls and image transfers are prohibited
• IMG ONLY: firmware updates and controls are prohibited.
Ethernet connection can be used for image transfers only
• CTRL ONLY: firmware updates and image transfers are prohibited. Ethernet connection can be used for control purposes only
• CTRL+IMG: firmware updates are prohibited. Ethernet connection can be used for controls and image transfers only
• FW ONLY: controls and image transfers are prohibited. Ethernet
connection can be used for firmware updates only
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• FW+IMG: controls are prohibited. Ethernet connection can be
used for firmware updates and image transfers only
• FW+CTRL: image transfers are prohibited. Ethernet connection
can be used for firmware updates and control purposes only
Ask your network administrator for more details regarding the installed network".
Firmware updates requires WolfVision connectivity software.
Return
Returns to previous menu page.
Device Info
This fields are not changeable.
SCB-12
DEVICE INFO
Serial Number
Version
Build Number
Return
1031707
V2.00d
20111012083940
Serial Number
Shows the serial number of this SCB-12
Version
Shows the version number of the installed firmware
Build Number
Shows date / time stamp of the installed firmware (built number).
Return
Returns to previous menu page.
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Date/Time Settings
SCB-12
DATE / TIME SETTINGS
Time Source
INTERNAL
Timezone
UTC
Date Format
Date
DDMMYYYY/24H
FROM DHCP-SERVER
Time
Return
Time Source
Select if time is in free running mode or synchronized with a timeserver. Daylight saving time/standard time will be changed automatically by selected timezone.
Factory setting is INTERNAL
Possible settings are:
• INTERNAL: internal clock are used, time and date will be lost by
power interruption.
• EXTERNAL: enter valid IP-address of a time server
Ask your network administrator for a valid time server IP-address.
Timezone
Select local timezone for correct time calculation. Daylight saving
time/standard time will be changed automatically by selected timezone.
Factory setting is UTC
Possible settings are from EUROPE/LONDON to Africa/Casablanca
Ask your network administrator for more details regarding the installed network.
Date Format
Select the preferred time format.
Factory setting is DDMMYYYY/24H
Possible settings are:
• DDMMYYYY/24H: i.e. 22.05.2011 / 19:53
• MMDDYYYY/12H: i.e. 05/22/2011 / 07:53 PM
Date
Shows the current date. The date can be changed by selecting
each digit.
Manual date setting will be lost after removing of mains (no RTC).
Time
Shows current time. The time can be changed by selecting each
digit.
Manual time setting will be lost after removing of mains (no RTC).
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Return
Returns to previous menu page.
Recall Default Settings
SCB-12
AUTO PRESET
Are you sure?
Ok
Cancel
Select YES to reset all Settings to factory default. Settings regarding output and communication are not affected (like resolution, IR
code, baudrate, IP address).
For resetting just the selected item in the OSD, keep the MEMORY
5 key pressed for 4 seconds.
In case the connected display does not show an image set the unit
back to the factory default by keeping pressed simultaneously both
FOCUS keys on the unit (#23) and the Number 4 key (back-arrow,
#18) on the remote control.
To change the resolution without entering the on-screen menu just
keeping pressed simultaneously both FOCUS keys on the unit
(#23) and select the desired setting:
• MEMORY 5 on the remote control: Resolution AUTO
• MEMORY 2 on the remote control: Resolution UP (when selected AUTO before, the next setting is VGA/60Hz)
• MEMORY 8 on the remote control: Resolution DOWN
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Start Quick Setup Guide
After first power-on, the Quick Setup Guide will be started automatically.
SCB-12
QUICK SETUP GUIDE
Adjust language used in the
OSD menu.
Setup Language
Next
Select “Setup Language” to select the desired language (limited
different languages are available). – see page 42
Select Next to skip this point.
SCB-12
QUICK SETUP GUIDE
Adjust Ethernet settings to
access your local area
network (LAN) or your wide
area network (WAN).
Setup Ethernet Settings
Next
Select “Setup Ethernet Settings” to perform Ethernet adjustment. –
see page 43
Select Next to skip this point.
SCB-12
QUICK SETUP GUIDE
Adjust date, time,
timezone, dateformat and
optional timeserver.
Setup Time Settings
Next
Select “Setup Time Settings” to adjust time and date. – see page
48
Select Next to skip this point.
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SCB-12
QUICK SETUP GUIDE
You have successfully
finished the Quick Setup
Guide. Go to the OSD menu if you
want to start over.
Finish and Exit
Select “Finish and Exit” to complete the Quick Setup Guide.
To abort, press the MENU key and the Quick Setup Guide will appear on next hard-power-on again.
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8.2.2
Extra Menu
Enter the extra menu by keeping pressed the MENU key for 4 seconds.
SCB-12
SCB-12 V1.30c Extra Menu
Baud Rate
Number of IR codes
Mounting Position
115200
4
REGULAR
Pixel Calibration
Noise Suppression
Reset Admin Password
ON
Exit
Baud Rate
Speed of RS-232 port.
Factory setting is 115200
Possible settings:
• 9600: data transfer with 9600 baud/s
• 19200: data transfer with 19200 baud/s
• 38400: data transfer with 38400 baud/s
• 57600: data transfer with 57600 baud/s
• 115200: data transfer with 115200 baud/s
Number of IR Codes
Number of possible IR codes
Factory setting is 4
Function for authorized personnel only!
Do not change this setting. Otherwise the supplied IR remote control may not support the IR code of the unit!
Mounting Position
To rotate the image by 180°.
Factory setting is REGULAR
Possible settings:
• REGULAR: image will be output in normal orientation
• FLIPPED: image will be rotated by 180°
The setting "FLIPPED" is useful when the camera is mounted upside down.
Pixel Calibration
Version 1.5
To restore defective pixels automatically.
To proceed the restoration, cover the camera lens.
Function for authorized personnel only!
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Noise Suppression
To activate noise filter.
Factory setting is ON
Possible settings:
• ON: noise filter is switched on for images with little motion
• OFF: noise filter is switched off
The setting improves the noise reduction of images with little motion.
Reset Admin Password
Reset password to default “Password”
Exit
Exits the menu.
PASSWORD RESET
SCB-12
QUICK SETUP GUIDE
Master Password
Return
**********
Select “Setup Language” to select the desired language (limited
different languages are available). – see page 42
Select Next to skip this point.
Master Password
If the Admin password is lost or forgotten, contact your WolfVision
dealer – www.wolfvision.com – to reset it to factory default (“Password”).
The Master Password is depending on the serial number.
• Possible characters are: 0-9, a-z and A-Z
• 10 digits
Write down the passwords and keep it securely. If you forgot the
password or lost it, the access through the Ethernet/LAN port may
be denied.
Contact your WolfVision dealer in such case www.wolfvision.com
Return
Returns to previous menu page.
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Resolution and refresh rate
9
Resolution and refresh rate
WARNING
Damaging the display device
Not specified resolutions and refresh rates can damage the display device!

Note the information in the manual of the connected display devices.
The SCB-12 has a native resolution of SXGA- (1280x960 pixels),
720p (1280x720 pixels) and WXGA* (1280 x 800). Other resolutions will be converted.
The DVI output (#10) and RGB output (#8) can be set to the following resolutions and refresh rates:
Resolution
(Pixel)
Picture
format
1080p HD/HDTV
1920x1080
720p HD/HDTV
(1280 x 720)
WSXGA
1680x1050
WXGA+
(1440 x 900)
WXGA
(1360 x 768)
WXGA*
(1280 x 800)
SXGA+
(1400 x 1050)
SXGA
(1280 x 1024)
SXGA(1280 x 960)
XGA
(1024 x 768)
SVGA
(800 x 600)
VGA
640x480
16:9
16:9
refresh rate
vertical frequency
50Hz
60Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
16:10
60Hz
16:10
60 Hz
16:9
60 Hz
16:10
60 Hz
4:3
60 Hz
5:4
4:3
4:3
60 Hz
75 Hz
60 Hz
85 Hz
60 Hz
75 Hz
4:3
60 Hz
4:3
60Hz
The "Auto resolution" function is activated by default. In this mode
the SCB-12 continuously checks which devices are connected to
the RGB (#8) and DVI output (#10) and automatically sets the optimal output mode for each connected device separately. Please
note that the SCB-12 cannot check the possible resolution, if the
connected units or the cables* are not "Plug and Play" compatible.
If the SCB-12 cannot detect the resolution of the connected device,
the output is set to the default of SXGA- (1280x960)/60Hz.
*Cables with plug and play compatibility must have a 15-pin plug
on both ends with all pins connected, pin 9 is not used.
If you cannot use the "Auto resolution" function, you can select the
output mode manually in the on-screen menu of the SCB12 (see
page 29ff).
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Resolution and refresh rate
In order to achieve the best picture quality you must set the outputs
of the SCB-12 to match the native resolution of your display unit
(e.g. LCD or DLP projector or monitor).
Important: What matters is the native resolution of the projector or
monitor, not the maximum resolution that it can display (in compressed mode). The native resolution is the actual number of pixels
of the built-in LCD display or DLP chip of a projector or monitor.
Most LCD or DLP projectors can also display higher resolutions
than their native resolution, but only in compressed mode and with
inferior picture quality.
Do NOT set the output of the SCB-12 to a higher standard than the
native resolution of your display unit!
If you output the SCB-12 image on a CRT monitor or CRT projector, use an output mode with 75 or 85Hz, because 60Hz may show
a slight image flickering. For LCD/DLP projectors or monitors and
video conferencing units 60Hz is the best choice. If you are unsure
what the best mode is, read the user manual of the connected
units.
Do not set a higher refresh rate than your monitor or projector can
display, otherwise the monitor or projector can be damaged!
Follow the instructions in the user manual of the connected units.
For optimum color reproduction set the display device to sRGB
standard.
With none-RGBs display devices may it is necessary to change the
gamma setting in the on-screen menu see page 29ff.
For correctly streamed images, the RGB/DVI output has to be set
to the same image format (4:3 or widescreen) as the multicast
streaming format (see page 45).
In case the connected display is not capable to show an image with
the selected resolution or refresh rate, change the setting with
following shortcuts:
Change resolution/refresh rate upwards:
press simultaneously both FOCUS keys on the unit (#23) and the
Number 2 key (up-arrow, #18) on the remote control.
Set resolution/refresh rate to AUTO:
press simultaneously both FOCUS keys on the unit (#23) and the
Number 5 key (help, #25) on the remote control.
Change resolution/refresh rate downwards:
press simultaneously both FOCUS keys on the unit (#23) and the
Number 8 key (down-arrow, #18) on the remote control.
If no remote control is available, connect another display or change
the resolution/refresh rate by sending command codes via RS-232
(or USB, Ethernet/LAN).
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Maintenance
10
MAINTENANCE
10.1
Firmware Upgrades
The software (firmware) of the SCB-12 (including the on-screen
HELP) can easily be upgraded to the latest version. The firmware
update can be done via USB, Ethernet (LAN) or RS232.
Firmware update files can be downloaded for free at
www.wolfvision.com/support
Updates via USB and Ethernet/LAN can be made with the
WolfVision Connectivity Software (version 1.5 and higher) and
updates via RS232 can be made with WolfVision's Firmware Update Utility. Both programs can also be found under the same link.
For a RS232 connection, use a crossed serial RS232 cable (Null
modem cable).
10.2
IR (Infrared) Remote Control
Please note that an infrared remote control can only be used up to
a certain distance from the unit. Objects situated between the SCB12 and the infrared remote control, and weak batteries, interfere
with reception.
symbolic view
If the SCB-12 can only be controlled from a close distance, or if it
cannot be controlled at all with the infrared remote control, you may
have to change the batteries.
Open the cover on the back of the remote control and replace the
two 1.5 V AA batteries with new ones.
Check the polarity of the batteries!
Recycle batteries in accordance with local regulations!
10.3
Different IR-Codes
If you want to work with more than one SCB-12 in the same room,
the units should be set to different infrared codes, in order to control them all individually.
To change the IR code, enter the on-screen menu, go to "Misc.
Settings" and set the "IR Code" to A, B, C or D (code A is default).
To change the IR code on the remote control, simultaneously press
PRESET 1, PRESET 2 (#13) and ZOOM TELE (#12). Each time
this key combination is used, the code switches from A to B, C, D
... A ...in order given.
For resetting the remote control to code A, simultaneously press
PRESET 1, PRESET 2 and ZOOM WIDE.
The LASER indication LED (#20) shows the selected code (it
flashes one time for code A, two times for code B, three times for
code C and four times for code D).
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Transport
10.4
Cleaning
Disconnect the unit from the mains!
10.4.1
Cabinet
WARNING
Damaging the unit
Strong cleaning agents like acetone, benzene or
similar damages the finish!

Use cleaning agents like display cleaner only.
Remove dust and dirt by gently wiping with a soft, lint free cloth.
10.4.2
Optic / Lens
WARNING
Damaging the unit
Strong cleaning agents like acetone, benzene or
similar damages the anti-reflex coating!
Paper tissues can scratch the lens!

Use soft lint free cloth with special optical
cleaning agent only.
Clean the lenses by gently wiping with a soft, lint free cloth (do not
use a paper tissue!). Clean by breathing on the lens to create moisture then wipe with a lint free cloth (If need be, use a special optical
cleaner only!).
10.5
Transportation
WARNING
Damaging the unit!

Pack the unit always in the original packaging.
Ask your WolfVision dealer or WolfVision office to answer any
questions.
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11
Technical Specifications
Camera / Technology
Pictures per second (as picked
up by the camera)
Effective Pixel
Total pixels of CCD
Pixels processed per second
(=effective pixels x frames per
second)
Color reproduction
Native signal output
Output signals
Resolution (measured)
Resolution in Image Turn mode
(measured)
Image Turn mode (for increased
resolution)
Vertical image-frequency
Horizontal image-frequency
Signal format
Min. Illumination
Lens
Lens Structure
Lens Adaptor
MOD (Minimum Optical Distance)
Digital Zoom
Iris
White balance adjustment
Focus
On-screen menu and on-screen
help
Upgradeable firmware
USB software for image capture
and controlling
Time for still image capturing
User programmable presets
Image memory
Show all function (displays all 9
pictures of current memory as
one split image)
Alternative Image display
RGB (=data RGB) output
DVI output
HDMI output
Trigger input
USB port / standard
RS232 port and serial protocol
with position setting and status
report
Version 1.5
1-CCD 1/3" Progressive Scan
30 fps (=full pictures)
1280 (H) x 960 (V), 2048 x 1536
1,315,648
36,864,000
very good colors (sRGB color precision)
SXGA- (1280 x 960), 720p (1280 x 720) and
WXGA* (1280 x 800).
1080p / 720p / WSXGA / WXGA+ / WXGA / WXGA* /
SXGA+ / SXGA / SXGA- / XGA / SVGA / VGA (switchable),
LAN, USB 2.0
820 lines
1050 lines
yes / 90, 180 and 270 degrees
Progressive Scan: 85, 75, 60 or 50Hz
(switchable , depending on resolution)
Progressive Scan: 31.5 - 91.1 kHz
non-interlaced
5 Lux typ.
Integrated 12 x Optical Zoom Lens, f = 5.8-69.6 mm, F = 2.8-3:0
10 Groups, 13 Pieces (2 Aspheric.)
M46 x 0.75mm Mount for Additional Lenses or Filters
Tele: 0.5m, Wide: 50mm until Infinite (for shorter distances
standard close-up lenses can be used)
4 x digital
automatic and manual
automatic, manual and One Push White Balance
automatic and manual
yes
yes, via USB, serial (RS232) or Ethernet/LAN
included (for Windows and Macintosh, Twain compatible, with
video capture driver)
1/2 second approximate capturing time
(with fast PC and USB 2.0)
3 (plus 8 fixed presets trough RS232)
9 pictures, 1 image freeze
yes
negative image / negative-blue image / black and white image
1x
DVI-I (analog and digital)
when using a DVI-HDMI cable or adapter
positive or negative pulses, switchable
USB 2.0 (also compatible with USB 1.1 with less speed)
1x
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Technische Daten
Ethernet (LAN) port
Power Status LED
Dimensions (W x H x L)
without interfacing board
Weight
Power Requirements with power
supply
Power Requirements with Power
over Ethernet
Operating Temperature
Warranty
Made in
yes, IP-addressable (DHCP-supported), 10/100 Mbps
External IR-Sensor (Test set or optional)
62.47mm x 63.8mm x 110.57mm [2 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 4 3/8"]
0.8kg (1.8lbs)
12V DC (+/-10%), 10W
PoE class 0, 36-57V, Auto MDI/MDI-X, (IEEE802.3afTM-2003)
(with WolfVision interfacing board only)
0°C to +40°C
5 years
European Union (EU)
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Technical Specification
12
Dimension
Dimensions
Isometric view
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Eclipse
Installation
13
Installation
13.1
Eclipse
The field of view is dependent on the zoom position of the optic:
horizontal 4.4° - 45.7°
vertical
3.3° - 35.1°
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13.2
Cooling
Cooling
WARNING
Damaging the unit!
 Mount heat sink.
For proper function some components of the SCB-12 require a
heat sink.
In the drawing the relevant components are solid and hatched.
The use of a soft silicon gap-pad is necessary to compensate the
different height of the components.
13.2.1
Heat Sink
Thermal resistance (Rth) 3.62 °C/W
13.2.2
Gap Pad
Technical data of the recommended gap pad:
i.e. GAP Pad Ultra Soft from Bergquistcompany
www. bergquistcompany.com
(GPVOUS-0.08-00-00-NA)
Property
Value
Test method
Hardness
5Shore
ASTMD2240
Dielectric breakdown
>6000 VAC
ASTM D149
Dielectric constant (1000Hz)
5,5
ASTM D150
Volume
meter)
1011
ASTM D257
1.0 W/m-K
ASTM D5470
resistively
Thermal conductivity
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(Ohm-
Matrix for Key panel
13.3
Installation
Matrix for key panel
The drawing shows the matrix of the key panel for connector #1
(see page 12).
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Position of Light
Installation
13.4
Recommended Positioning of Light
13.4.1
General
Please consider light positioning for the SCB-12 carefully. Mounting the light too close to the unit will cause reflections, mounting it
too far away will cause shadows.
The illustration below shows the recommended position of lighting
for the SCB-12. The distance from the center of the unit to the center of the light should be identical to the MAXIMUM image size
(e.g. vertical image size).
Example
If the camera is mounted 1400mm above the working surface then
the maximum vertical image size is 893mm (see "length" value in
table on page 9 or use the calculation program at:
www.wolfvision.com/wolf/indexdistance.html). This means that
893mm is also the recommended distance from the center of the
unit to the center of the light.
We recommend mounting the light like the position shown below,
because here shadows are not too disturbing when pointing at certain details on a document.
Due to the automatic white balance of the unit, it is possible to use
any type of light. WolfVision recommends a diffused light with more
than 300 Lux and a homogeneity of less than 15% on the working
surface.
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Installation
13.4.2
Position of Light
Flash Animation
A very easy method to find the ideal light position for the SCB-12 is
the dedicated flash animation program on WolfVision's homepage:
www.wolfvision.com/wolf/Eye_020.html
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Accessories
Optional
14
OPTIONAL WolfVision Accessories
14.1
External WolfVision Lightbox
A optional lightbox (bottom light) is recommended for dark transparent material such as x-rays or for very small transparent material such as slides.
When a lightbox is used, the room light should be dimmed or
switched off.
When light conditions change, a white balance adjustment should
be performed to compensate the varying color temperatures of
different light sources (see page 20).
WolfVision offers lightboxes for x-rays, slides and transparencies in
two sizes:
•
LB-38: 430 x 359 mm (16.9" x 14.1")
•
LB-9:
300 x 210 mm (11.8" x 8.3")
Details at: www.wolfvision.com
14.2
Close-Up Lens
The optional Close-Up Lens can be used to focus on objects at a
close distance to the
SCB-12.
Technical data:
High-resolution achromatic lens
Focus range:
Focal distance:
Lens diameter:
Attachment thread:
Weight:
310-460mm
f=477mm
50mm
M46 x 0.75
54g
Details at: www.wolfvision.com
14.3
Working surface
The optional inclined working surface for the SCB-12 has a special
crystalline white surface for transparencies.
435 x 325 x 40 (10) mm [17.13 x 12.8" x 1.57" (0.39)]
Details at: www.wolfvision.com
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Troubleshooting
15
Troubleshooting
15.1
Check
Description
- is the power LED red illuminated?
(depending on power settings in the on-screen menu)
(depends on customer installation)
switch on the unit
with the power key
- is power LED green illuminated?
(may unit starts up automatically, depends on power settings in the on-screen
menu)(depends on customer
installation)
connect display
device
- does the unit outputs an image?
place color test
chart
- color test chart is showed
correctly?
- is brightness ok with auto
iris?
place test chart
(letters, lines)
- is the image focused?
(switch on auto focus)
press all keys on
the unit
- all keys are working well?
(depends on customer installation)
press all keys on
the remote control
- all keys are working well?
(depends on customer installation)
Key check
Power (depends on customer installation)
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION
power indica- no mains, power
tion LED is
cord missing or
not illuminated damaged
power indication LED is
red illuminated
15.3
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Check
Power check connect the unit to
mains (check main
switch)
Image check
ALL OUTPUTS
15.2
ToDo
- check mains and power cord
faulty power supply
- change power supply
unit is in stand-by
mode
- switch on the unit by pressing
the POWER-key. Power indication LED has to be green.
IR-remote control (optional)
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION
no function at
all (laser
pointer)
batteries
- check batteries
change it - check polarity
no response
of the unit
(laser pointer
is working)
IR-receiver
- check IR-code, change it if
necessary
- check IR-receiver, may be it
is covered
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Troubleshooting
15.4
Image
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION
no image
unit is in stand-by
mode
- switch on the unit by pressing the POWER-key. Power
indication LED has to be
green.
(depends on customer installation)
bad wiring to the
display device
- check connected cable
display device
- check display device settings
and connections
wrong resolution
and/or refresh rate
- check settings (may connect
another display, or check
settings via Ethernet/LAN or
RS-232) see page 54
Iris completely
closed
- press IRIS OPEN-key (or
press a ZOOM-key to activate the AUTO IRIS function)
wrong menu adjustments
- check settings like resolution,
gain, shutter, detail (reset
complete on-screen menu)
wrong display adjustments
- check adjustments, may use
color bar chart
Bright spots
front lens dirty
- clean the lens with a soft
tissue
light reflections
caused by room
light / sun light
- check room light conditions
caused by glossy
document
- switch off the light and work
with room light
Iris closed
- press IRIS OPEN-key to
open the IRIS or press a
ZOOM-key to activate AUTO
IRIS
wrong settings on
display device
- check settings
bad wiring to the
display device
- check wiring (Termination)
Auto Iris Level
- check Auto Iris Level in the
on-screen menu
Iris open
- press IRIS close-key to open
the IRIS or press a ZOOMkey to activate AUTO IRIS
wrong settings on
display device
- check settings
bad wiring to the
display device
- check wiring (Termination)
Auto Iris Level
- check Auto Iris Level in the
on-screen menu
check white balance
- perform an One-Push-WhiteBalance or change the White
Balance settings in the onscreen menu
RGB
- check wiring to the display
device
Bad image
quality
image too
dark
image too
bright
wrong colors
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SYMPTOM
no color
(black/white)
flickering
image
15.5
POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION
wrong gamma
setting
- check gamma setting in the
on-screen menu (Color settings)
bad wiring to the
display device
- check wiring
wrong display settings
- check display settings
Unit is set to
black/white
- check on-screen menu settings (Color Settings)
room lights are
fluorescent lamps
- check shutter settings in the
on-screen menu (Exposure
Settings)
low refresh rate
with CRT-display
device
- increase refresh rate
wrong display device settings
- check display settings
bad wiring to the
display device
- check wiring
Connections
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION
USB port
connect computer
to the unit and start
USB-software
- check wiring to the computer
- check driver installation
- check USB port of the computer
LAN / Ethernet port
connect computer
to the unit, start
Internet browser
and input the IPaddress of the unit
- check wiring to the computer
- check kind of wiring (crossed
or straight)
- check Ethernet Settings of
the unit
- check Ethernet port of the
computer
- check security settings
Serial port
connect computer
to the unit and start
Hyper Terminal (or
similar) and press
"v" to check communication
- check wiring (Null modem)
- check serial port settings in
the on-screen extra menu
- check serial port of the computer
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Warranty
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Warranty
16.1
General
WolfVision guarantees their products to be free from defective materials and faulty workmanship for a period of 36 months from the
date of dispatch (date of invoice) for units shipped after the 1st of
January 2005 or later (24 months for Visualizers shipped before
2005 and used units).
From July 1st, 2010 WolfVision also offers their end customers the
possibility to extend their standard warranty of 36 months for another 24 months by registering their new product within three
months from the effective purchase date (sale dealer to end customer) under www.wolfvision.com/registration.
If, during this period of standard or extended guarantee, the product should fails due to defective materials or faulty workmanship,
all defective parts/components will either be replaced or repaired.
WolfVision will account for all spare parts and labour. In such a
case all products have to be labelled with a WolfVision "ReturnMerchandise-Authorisation Number" and sent to a WolfVision Service Centre. Shipments without RMA number will not be accepted.
Therefore, prior to any return shipment, a WolfVision Service Centre has to be contacted to obtain a RMA number and to clarify the
shipping method and shipping address.
Replaced parts are WolfVision's property. This guarantee does not
include claims for nullification of the sale, depreciation (reduction of
the value) or claim damages.
16.2
Dead on arrival (DOA)
If the product fails immediately after arrival due to defective materials or faulty workmanship, it will be exchanged for a new model by
WolfVision as soon as possible. This is not valid for damages
caused by disregard of the user manual. In all other cases
WolfVision will decide whether the faulty product will be replaced or
repaired.
16.3
Not covered by warranty
• Damages inflicted locally e.g. installation errors, fire, lightning
strikes etc.
• Units where the serial number is missing or was manipulated.
• Damages due to disregard of the user manual, e.g. connecting
the unit with the incorrect mains voltage or for damages caused
by careless handling or improper use.
• Defects resulting from repairs, adaptations or adjustments which
have been made to the unit without WolfVision's prior consent.
• Old or worn-out parts e.g. bulbs, broken parts made of glass or
scratched mirrors.
• Damages incurred by the system into which the unit has been
integrated.
• Damages during transport due to improper packaging (the original packaging should be kept or can be ordered from WolfVision
on loan).
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16.4
Transit damage or loss:
All shipments are insured by WolfVision up to the first consignee
(in most cases the Dealer/Distributor). Reimbursement can only be
claimed if the receiver (indicated on the packing list) complies with
the following instructions:
• All shipments should be inspected upon arrival. Any apparent
damage to the packaging and/or product or loss noticeable upon
delivery, must be noted and marked appropriately on all copies
of the carrier's waybill. It is of utmost importance that the driver
signs all copies in acknowledgement.
• The carrier should perform a detailed inspection of all respective
damages.
• A claim should be filed with the carrier.
• All documents, paperwork etc. should be faxed to WolfVision.
If the receiver detects damage / loss upon opening the package
and / or the equipment, the receiver must file a claim with the carrier within 48 hours after delivery and, then, notify WolfVision in writing accordingly.
In the event that the receiver detects damage / loss and does not
file a claim with the carrier within 48 hours, WolfVision will not be
obliged to replace the product, reimburse any damage costs or any
other relevant costs incurred. However, WolfVision will co-operate
with the purchaser and, if possible, try to recover any incurred
costs from their insurer.
In the case of not having received a shipment within one week of
receiving the shipping details, WolfVision must be informed immediately. Insurance cannot be guaranteed if a claim reaches
WolfVision later than 10 days after shipment.
A guarantee repair does not extend the warranty period or start a
new warranty period of the unit.
In case of any complaint please refer to our website
www.wolfvision.com and contact your closest WolfVision office or
send an e-mail to support@wolfvision.com.
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Disposal
17
Disposal of old WolfVision units
17.1
In the European Union
Electrical and electronic equipment marked with the symbol on the
left, have to be disposed of separately in accordance with the European Union's directive on waste electrical and electronic equipment and local regulations.
This also applies to SCB-12 electrical accessories e.g. remote
control, power supply and signal cables.
Dispose of the SCB-12 in accordance with local government regulations, contact your local WolfVision dealer or, if applicable, in
accordance with a WolfVision agreement.
17.2
Outside of the European Union
Contact your responsible local authorities for information about the
correct disposal of electrical and electronic devices.
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Manufacturer / Worldwide Distribution:
WolfVision GmbH, Oberes Ried 14, A-6833 Klaus / AUSTRIA
Tel. ++43-5523-52250, Fax. ++43-5523-52249,
E-Mail: wolfvision@wolfvision.com
Internet Homepage:
www.wolfvision.com
E-Mail for technical support:
support@wolfvision.com
Distribution in USA
WolfVision USA East Inc., 2055 Sugarloaf Circle, Suite 125;
Duluth (near Atlanta), GA 30097 / USA
Tel. (770) 931-6802 and (877)-873WOLF, Fax: (770) 931-6906,
E-Mail: usa.east@wolfvision.net
WolfVision Inc., 1601 Bayshore Highway, Suite 168
Burlingame (near San Francisco), CA 94010 / USA
Toll free: (800) 356-WOLF, Tel: (650) 648-0002 Fax: (650) 648-0009,
E-Mail: usa.west@wolfvision.net
Distribution in Canada
WolfVision Canada Inc., 7-5380 Canotek Road
Ottawa, ON K1J 1H7, Canada
Tel. (613) 741-9898, Tollfree 1-877-513-2002, Fax: (613) 741-3747,
E-Mail: wolfvision.canada@wolfvision.com
Distribution in Asia
WolfVision Asia, 27 Woodlands Ind. Park E1, #01-02, Hiang Kie Ind. Bldg. IV,
Singapore 757718
Tel. ++65 - 366 9288, Fax: ++65 - 366 9280,
E-mail: info@wolfvisionasia.com
Distribution in Japan
WolfVision Co Ltd., Advance Bldg 2F, 8-1-16 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo 160-0023
Tel. (81) 3 3360 3231, Fax: (81) 3 3360 3236,
E-mail: wolfvision.japan@wolfvision.com
Distribution in United Kingdom
WolfVision UK Limited, Trident One, Styal Road, Manchester M22 5XB, United Kingdom
Tel. ++44-161-435-6081, Fax: ++44-161-435-6100,
E-Mail: wolfvision.uk@wolfvision.com
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