Instruction manual | Acer 3280 Laptop User Manual

720P Multi-purpose
Digital Camera
Model
AK-HC900P
Before attempting to connect, operate or adjust this product,
please read these instructions completely and save this manual for future use.
For Your Safety
FCC Note:
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. To assure continued
compliance follow the attached installation instructions and do not make any
unauthorized modifications.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER TO SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This equipment has been tested and
found to comply with the limits for a Class
A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual,
may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
The
lightning
flash
with
arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated “dangerous voltage”
within the product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions
in the literature accompanying
the appliance.
For CANADA
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
This class A digital apparatus complies
with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A
est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
SHOCK HAZARD AND ANNOYING
INTERFERENCE, USE THE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES ONLY.
The serial number of this product may
be found on the bottom of the unit.
1 is the safety information.
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CONTENTS
For Your Safety ................................ 2
Preface ............................................. 4
Features ........................................... 4
Precautions ...................................... 5
Major Operating Controls and
Their Functions ......................... 6, 7
Setting of Menu Items .............. 18–29
_ Configuration of menu display
screen ...................................... 18
_ USER menu (Initial screen) ..... 19
! Maintenance menu ............ 20–25
1 Black shading correction
menu .................................... 20
2 Pedestal, gamma, flare
adjustment menu .................. 21
3 Knee&white clip
adjustment menu .................. 22
4 Gain adjustment menu ......... 23
5 Detail adjustment menu ........ 23
6 Master gain, auto iris setting
menu .................................... 24
7 Super gain, Detail, Pedestaloffset level setting menu ....... 25
8 Setting menu in frame
mode .................................... 25
9 Color correction 1 ................. 26
qZ Color correction 2 ................. 26
@Setting menu ..................... 27, 28
1 Camera mode setting
menu .................................... 27
2 Electronic shutter setting
menu .................................... 28
3 Horizontal phase adjustment
menu for external reference
signal .................................... 28
# Camera ID setting menu .......... 29
$ File managing and renewing
menu .................................. 29, 30
- File operation menu ........ 29, 30
How to Install .................................... 8
_ How to set the lens .................... 8
_ How to install on the camera
housing, pan/tilt head,
tripod, etc. .................................. 8
How to Set Up the System
(Connection) ................................. 9
Multi-purpose Digital Camera
Control System Configuration 1 ...... 10
Multi-purpose Digital Camera
Pan/Tilt Head Compatible
System Configuration 1 ................... 11
Multi-purpose Digital Camera
Control System Configuration 2 ...... 12
Multi-purpose Digital Camera
Pan/Tilt Head Compatible
System Configuration 2 .................. 13
Operation Procedure ...................... 14
How to Adjust ........................... 15–17
_ Flange back adjustment
(for zoom lens) ......................... 15
_ Lens iris gain volume
adjustment ............................... 15
_ White balance adjustment ....... 16
_ Color temperature and
white balance adjustment
(reference) ............................... 16
_ Black balance adjustment ........ 17
_ Gen lock adjustment ................ 17
Outside Dimension Diagram .......... 31
Specifications & Accessories ......... 32
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Thank you very much for purchasing the multi-purpose digital
camera.
Preface
This camera employs new 2/3q 1 million-pixel IT CCD [1280(H)k720(V)], realizing a compact light-weight system including the optical system.
Also, the newly developed CCD having an IT configuration suited for higher picture quality
and the development of low-noise, high-speed amplifiers have enabled the realization of
high sensitivity, high S/N ratio, and wide dynamic range.
With the newly developed digital signal processing LSI mounted on the camera head, it
performs signal processing such as GAMMA, KNEE and DTL matrix, and CCD flaw correction based on a new system, intending to improve the maneuverability with multi-function,
high-quality, and high stability peculiar to a digital system.
Making the best use of the features of a small-sized self-contain camera, it is accommodated in the camera housing and able to provide high-quality HD pictures as an multi-purpose digital camera.
Features
New 2/3q 1 million-pixel CCD is employed.
[1280(H) k720(V)]
≥ 1 million-pixel CCD is 2/3q in size, being
compact and light-weight.
Performance improvement by new-generation IT
≥ High sensitivity, wide dynamic range and
low smear are realized by CCD most
suited for high-quality pictures.
≥ High response and high resolution are realized by driving H-CCD at 74 MHz.
The camera section is equipped with a
high picture quality digital signal processing LSI.
≥ 10 Bit, 74 MHz high picture quality digital
processing after the process circuit.
≥ New type CCD flaw correcting function.
≥ High reliability, multi-function, and improvement of maneuverability are realized.
≥ Max. +62 dB gain-up is possible.
(Memory addition, CCD pixel addition
mode included)
Multiple functions
≥ Multi-function DTL such as high-luminance DTL and skin DTL.
≥ Two HD-SDI output lines.
≥ Capable of coping with various variable
frames including 24P (option).
≥ Right and left, top and bottom picture reversing function.
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Precautions
DON’TS
DO’S
≥ Do not attempt to disassemble the camera or other units. In order to prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or covers. There are no user-serviceable parts
inside.
≥ Refer any servicing to qualified service
personnel.
≥ Handle the camera with care.
≥ Protect the precision made lens by placing the lens cap over when the camera is
not in use. If the lens is not installed, protect the surface of the prism by placing
the body cap into the lens mount hole.
≥ Do not abuse the camera. Avoid striking,
shaking, etc. The camera contains sensitive components which could be damaged
by improper handling or storage.
≥ Use a mild blower or lens cleaning tissue
designed for coated lenses, to clean the
surface of the lens or prism in the event
that it should become dirty.
≥ Do not let the lens remain uncapped when
the camera is not use. If the lens is not
installed, do not leave the lens mount hole
uncovered.
≥ Use a dry cloth to clean the camera if it is
dirty. In case the dirt is hard to remove,
use mild detergent and wipe gently.
≥ Do not touch the surface of the lens or
prism.
≥ Do not use strong of abrasive detergents
when cleaning the camera body.
≥ Do not aim the camera toward the sun,
no matter whether it is turned on or not.
≥ Use caution when operating the camera
in the vicinity of spot lights or bright lights,
as well as light reflecting objects and surfaces.
≥ Do not expose the camera to rain or moisture, and do not try to operate the equipment in wet conditions. Do not operate the
camera if it becomes wet.
≥ Take immediate action if ever the camera
should become wet. Turn the power off
and have the unit checked by an authorized service facility.
≥ Do not operate the camera outdoors during a lightning storm.
≥ Follow normal safety precaution to avoid
personal injury.
≥ Do not use the camera in an extreme environment where high temperatures or
high humidity exist.
≥ Use the camera in an environment where
the temperature is within 32°F – +104°F
(0°C – +40°C), and the relative humidity
is within 30% – 90% (no condensation).
≥ Do not leave the camera turned on when
not in use. Do not unnecessarily turn the
camera power on and off repeatedly. Do
not block the ventilation slots.
≥ Always turn the power off when the camera is not going to be used. Operate the
camera only when there is adequate ventilation.
≥ Do not cover the port otherwise block ventilation during operation. Internal heat
buildup can cause a fire.
≥ Cooling fan
There is internally provided a cooling fan.
Since the cooling fan is a consumable part,
replace it after about 50,000 hours of operation.
(Be sure to ask the dealer for the replacement.)
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Major Operating Controls and Their Functions
_ Front Panel
3
4
1
2
1 Lens Mount
2/3q standard bayonet type (B4 mount) lens is installed.
2 Lens Fixing Ring Knob
Lens is fixed by turning the knob counterclockwise.
3 Cable Clamp
Used to clamp the lens cable.
4 Lens Connector [LENS]
Used to connect the camera cables of the lens.
Pin No.
9
8
1
2
10
7 12
6
3
11
5
4
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
1
Return control
7
Iris follow
2
VTR-S/S
8
Iris auto selection
3
UNREG GND
9
––––
4
Iris manual selection
10
––––
5
Iris control
11
––––
6
UNREG 12V
12
NC
_ Top and Bottom Panels
5
6
6
LENS
7
5 Cooling Fan
≥ Do not block or obstruct the ventilation during operation. It may otherwise cause internal heating or fire.
≥ The life of this fan is approximately 50,000 hours (at room temp. 25eC). Replace the
fan as needed.
(When the room temperature is higher than 35eC, replace the fan earlier.)
Be sure to ask the dealer for the replacement.
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Major Operating Controls and Their Functions
6 Camera mounting hole (1/4-20UNC)
7 Camera mounting hole (3/8-16UNC)
The screw holes can be used to secure the camera for installing it on camera housing,
and when using a pan/tilt head or a tripod.
_ Side Panel
8
9
BREAKER
ZOOM/
FOCUS
1
:
SDI OUT
2
;
1/ F
8 Breaker [BREAKER]
If the breaker is operated due to over-current or the like, check the cause and eliminate
the trouble, then press the breaker button.
9 Zoom/Focus Connector [ZOOM/FOCUS]
Used to connect the zoom/focus control cables of lens.
9
8
1
2
10
7 12
6
3
11
5
4
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
1
Focus control selection
7
COM
2
Zoom control selection
8
Focus control
3
GND
9
Zoom control
4
Forcible iris closing
10
Iris control selection
5
Iris control
11
COM iVoltage
6
iVoltage
12
COM jVoltage
: SDI Output Connectors [SDI OUT 1, 2]
SDI signal output is given by two lines.
; Interface Connector [I/F]
Pin No.
15
7
14
6
13
5
12
4
11
3
10
2
9
1 8
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
1
Y signal output
8
Y signal GND
2
Pb signal output
9
Pb siganl GND
3
Pr signal output
10
Pr signal GND
4
Sync signal input
11
Sync signal GND
5
DC 12V
12
DC GND
6
Frame GND
13
TXD (C)
7
TXD (H)
14
RXD (H)
15
RXD (C)
TXD: Data from Camera to remote controller
RXD: Data from remote controller to camera
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How to Install
Be sure to ask the dealer for the installation,
adjustment and connection of this equipment.
_ How to set the lens
≥ Standard 2/3q bayonet type (B4 mount) lens of any makers can be used*.
1 Turn the lens fixing ring knob counterclockwise to remove the lens mount cap.
2 Set the lens in place, and turn the lens fixing ring knob clockwise to precisely fix the
lens.
3 Connect the lens cable to the lens connector.
4 Connect the remote (zoom/focus control) cable to the zoom/focus connector on the
rear panel.
* Note that there are some lenses uncontrollable with respect to zoom, focus function.
Remote (zoom/focus control) Cable
(When a pan/tilt head is used, connect
the cable to the pan/tilt head.)
BREAKER
ZOOM/
FOCUS
1
SDI OUT
2
Camera Cable
(To Lens Connector)
7 2 0 PROGRESSIVE
1/ F
Lens Fixing Ring Knob
_ How to install on the camera housing, pan/tilt head, tripod,
etc.
1 Precisely set the camera on the camera housing, pan/tilt head, tripod, etc. by using
the camera set-screw hole (1/4-20UNC, 3/8-16UNC).
2 When mounting the camera on a pan/tilt head, be sure to use proper tools and make
sure that there is no fear of falling off.
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How to Set Up the System (Connection)
_ Connection of remote control box
≥ Use multi-cable for the connection of HD controller AK-HRP900 and this unit.
BREAKER
Coaxial Cable
HD-SDI (5C-FB)
ZOOM/
FOCUS
1
SDI OUT
2
D-sub 15-pin
HD Monitor
1/ F
AK-HC900P
Video
Input
Signal
Multi-cable (5m)
AK-HDMLTCA05
HD Monitor
YPbPr
O I
AC Adaptor
AW-PS505
NOTE
Note that the monitor output is
attenuated and deteriorated if
the cable is too long.
External
sync
signal
(3 value
sync)
DC Power
Cable
D-sub 15-pin
HD Controller
AK-HRP900*1
1 Before connecting the cables, be sure to set the Power Switch of AC Adaptor and HD
Controller to OFF.
2 Connect the multi-cable to the interface connector of the camera, and the opposite side to
HD Controller.
3 Set the AC Adaptor Power Switch to ON, and the HD Controller Power Switch to ON, then
the camera can be controlled.
4 After shooting, set the HD Controller Power Switch to OFF, and the AC Adaptor Power
Switch to OFF.
*1 To be sold in September 2002
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Multi-purpose Digital Camera Control System Configuration 1
Remote (zoom/focus
control) cable
BREAKER
ZOOM/
FOCUS
HD-SDI
Coaxial Cable (5C-FB)
1
SDI OUT
2
1/ F
D-sub 15-pin
Remote
Multi-purpose
controllable Digital Camera
lens
AK-HC900P
Multi-cable (5m)
AK-HDMLTCA05
HD Monitor
O I
AC Adaptor
AW-PS505
External sync signal
(3 value sync)
DC
Power
Cable
D-sub 15-pin
HD Controller
AK-HRP900*1
*1 To be sold in September 2002
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Multi-purpose Digital Camera Pan/Tilt Head Compatible
System Configuration 1
Remote
controllable
lens
BREAKER
HD-SDI
ZOOM/
FOCUS
Coaxial Cable (5C-FB)
1
SDI OUT
2
1/ F
Remote
(zoom/focus
control) cable
Multi-cable (5m)
AK-HDMLTCA05
Multi-purpose Digital
Camera AK-HC900P
O I
AC Adaptor
AW-PS300
ND/EXT
SDI
IN
LENSE I/F CAMERA I/F
1394
G/L I N
CONTROL IN
IP/RP
Pb OUT
DC Power
Cable
HD Monitor
DC12V
IN
C S OP
Pr /SDI
OUT
Y/VIDEO
OUT
Pan/Tilt Head
AW-PH300A
O I
AC Adaptor
AW-PS505
External sync signal
(3 value sync)
NOTE:
Pan/Tilt Head is also compatible with AW-PH500/
PH600.
DC
Power
Cable
Pan/Tilt Head Controller
AW-RP301
HD Controller
AK-HRP900*1
AC Adaptor
AW-PS301
*1 To be sold in September 2002
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Multi-purpose Digital Camera Control System Configuration 2
(System for remotely monitoring picture control)
Remote (zoom/focus
control) cable
Multi-cable (5m)
AK-HDMLTCA05
BREAKER
ZOOM/
FOCUS
HD-SDI
Coaxial Cable (5C-FB)
1
SDI OUT
2
1/ F
Remote
controllable
lens
Relay box
AK-HTF900*1
Multi-purpose
Digital Camera
AK-HC900P
O I
Transfer
DC Power
Cable
AC Adaptor
AW-PS505
Multi-cable (5m)
AK-HDMLTCA05
HD Monitor
O I
AC Adaptor
AW-PS505
DC
Power
Cable
HD Controller
AK-HRP900*1
*1 To be sold in September 2002
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Multi-purpose Digital Camera Pan/Tilt Head Compatible
System Configuration 2
(System for remotely monitoring picture control)
Remote
controllable
lens
Multi-cable (5m)
AK-HDMLTCA05
HD-SDI
Coaxial Cable (5C-FB)
BREAKER
ZOOM/
FOCUS
1
SDI OUT
2
Relay box
AK-HTF900*1
1/ F
Multi-purpose Digital
Camera AK-HC900P
Remote
(zoom/focus
control) cable
Transfer
O I
AC Adaptor
AW-PS505
ND/EXT
SDI
IN
Multi-cable (5m)
AK-HDMLTCA05
LENSE I/F CAMERA I/F
1394
G/L I N
CONTROL IN
IP/RP
Pb OUT
DC12V
IN
C S OP
Pr /SDI
OUT
DC Power
Cable
Y/VIDEO
OUT
Pan/Tilt Head
AW-PH300A
HD Monitor
O I
O I
AC Adaptor
AW-PS505
AC Adaptor
AW-PS300
NOTE:
Pan/Tilt Head is also compatible with AW-PH500/
PH600.
DC
Power
Cable
Pan/Tilt Head Controller
AW-RP301
HD Controller
AK-HRP900*1
AC Adaptor
AW-PS301
*1 To be sold in September 2002
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Operation Procedure
1 Turn on the power of each equipment. 5 Adjust the black balance.
≥ This adjustment is needed when the
camera is used for the first time or af2 Properly adjust the light for the obter leaving unused for a long time.
ject.
≥ The adjustment is necessary when the
ambient temperature is greatly changed
or at the change of season.
≥ After adjusting the black balance once,
re-adjustment is not needed under the
same condition.
3 Adjust the flange back of the lens, the
iris and the focus.
≥ Flange back must be adjusted when
the camera is used for the first time or
after replacement of the lens.
6 Start shooting.
4 Adjust the white balance.
(After shooting, be sure to turn off the
power of each equipment connected.)
≥ This adjustment is needed when the
camera is used for the first time or after leaving unused for a long time.
≥ The adjustment is necessary when the
lighting condition or brightness is changed.
≥ After adjusting the white balance once,
re-adjustment is not needed under the
same condition.
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How to Adjust
_ Flange back adjustment (for zoom lens)
The adjustment is to adjust the focus in all the range from the maximum zoom to the
widest angle of the zoom lens.
1 Shoot a dark object to open the iris.
2 Adjust the distance from the object to 6.6 ft. (2 m) at least, then loosen the flange back
fixing knob of the lens.
3 Set the lens to the maximum zoom and adjust the focus by turning the focus ring.
4 Set the lens to the widest angle and adjust the focus by turning the flange back adjust
ring.
5 Repeat adjusting the focus ring and flange back adjust ring until the focus is adjusted
within the zooming range.
After finishing the adjustment, tighten the flange back fixing knob.
Focus Ring
Flange Back Fixing Knob
BREAKER
ZOOM/
FOCUS
1
SDI OUT
2
1/ F
Flange Back Adjust Ring
_ Lens iris gain volume adjustment
≥ Iris gain adjust hole (G or S) is provided at front of the lens housing. Adjust the iris
according to the following procedure by using a screwdriver.
1 Set the iris select switch of the lens to A “AUTO” side.
2 Turn the iris gain adjust volume to maximize the gain in such extent that no hunting
takes place.
* Iris PEAK/AVE of camera menu can also be used for the adjustment.
Iris Gain Adjust Volume
Auto Iris Power Zoom Lens
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How to Adjust
_ White balance adjustment
Adjust the white balance after shooting a white object by at least 50% of the screen.
NOTE: If the white signal level is over 100% or less than 50%, the white balance may not
be normally adjusted.
_ Color temperature and while balance adjustment (reference)
When carbon is burnt, it develops various colors of light depending on the temperature. Natural light can be specified
10000K
Blue sky
by color temperature reflecting to the
color developed when carbon is burnt.
9000K
Rainy
The light of 3,200K (K=Kelvin, j273°C
equals to absolute zero temperature OK)
8000K
Cloudy
represents the same value (color) as
AWC
what develops when carbon is burnt at
Partly cloudy
7000K
3,200K (2,927°C). The relationship between the color temperature of the light
6000K
Fine
source and weather condition is indicated in the right figure. Let’s study the
Fluorescent lam
5000K
difference of shooting an indoor object
from shooting one outdoors. Studios are
Halogen lamp
4000K
usually lighted with incandescent lamps
Tangsten lamp
and the color temperature of a white
3000K
object in a studio is around 3,200K. The
color temperature of a white object out2000K
doors is around 6,500K. The former may
Candle
look a little yellowish while the latter ap1000K
pears somewhat bluish when they are
shot by a camera. However, the human
Color temperature values
eye does not recognize color differences
among these objects even under different ambient lighting conditions, because
of their adaptability to light.
The video camera reproduces color differences with high fidelity and the color of an
object somewhat different from what appears to the human eye.
Therefore, there is a need to adjust the white balance in order to correct differences
between color temperatures.
NOTE
Color temperature outdoors may vary depending on weather conditions.
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How to Adjust
_ Black balance adjustment
≥ Adjust it with the lens closed.
When the motor drive lens is controlled from the camera, adjusting the black balance
causes the lens to be automatically closed.
_ Gen lock adjustment
When multiple cameras are used or the camera is combined with other equipment, it is
necessary to adjust the phase for phase matching by external synchronization.
≥ Horizontal phase adjustment
Observe the waveforms of externally synchronizing signal input (black burst signal)
and video signal output by a two-phenomenon oscilloscope, and make the horizontal
phase according to the camera menu.
Adjustment with H.PHASE of
SETTING menu
1 Roughly adjust the synchronizing
signal input and video signal output
phases by H.PHASE-COARSE.
2 Finely adjust the synchronizing signal input and video signal output
phases by H.PHASE-FINE.
°° H.PHASE °°
H.PHASE-COARSE
H.PHASE-FINE
:03
:40
H.Phase adjustment is executed by
the HD Controller AK-HRP900.
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Setting of Menu Items
_ Configuration of menu display screen
USER MENU
1.MAINTENANCE
2.SETTING
3.CAM ID
4.FILE MENU
Maintenance menu
°
MAINTENANCE
°
1.BLACK SHADING
2.PED,GAMMA,FLARE
3.KNEE,WHITE CLIP
4.R/B GAIN
5.DTL
6.GAIN,AUTO IRIS
7.S.GAIN 1
8.S.GAIN 2
9.S.GAIN 3
10.FRAME MODE
11.COLOR CORRECTION1
12.COLOR CORRECTION2
USER MENU
Using condition setting menu
°° SETTING°°
1.MODE
2.SHUTTER
3.H.PHASE
Camera ID setting menu
°°CAM
ID
°°
ID:AKHC900
File managing & renewing menu
H FILE MENU
°
°
FILE
(DATA REF
SAVE FILE?
SAVE
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:USER1
:PRESET)
:USER1
:
Setting of Menu Items
_ USER menu (Initial screen)
USER MENU
The readout data at start of power supply is
the data just before cutting off the power
supply, and the operation is started with the
data.
1. MAINTENANCE
It sets various adjusting data.
2. SETTING
It sets various modes.
3. CAM ID
It sets the camera ID.
4. FILE MENU
It executes file loading and saving, and
makes the basic setting of data display.
1.MAINTENANCE
2.SETTING
3.CAM ID
4.FILE MENU
Menu operation is executed by the HD Controller AK-HRP900.
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Setting of Menu Items
! Maintenance menu
≥ Move the cursor (arrow mark) to the item
to be adjusted and press the MENU key,
then it enters the adjustment menu thereunder.
≥ Move the cursor to MAINTENANCE and
press the MENU key, then it returns to
USER MENU.
°MAINTENANCE°
1.BLACK SHADING
2.PED,GAMMA,FLARE
3.KNEE,WHITE CLIP
4.R/B GAIN
5.DTL
6.GAIN,AUTO IRIS
7.S.GAIN 1
8.S.GAIN 2
9.S.GAIN 3
10.FRAME MODE
11.COLOR CORRECTION1
12.COLOR CORRECTION2
°BLACK
SHADING
1 Black shading correction menu
≥ When MENU key is pressed at DETECTION, (BLK-SHD:ACTIVE) appears, then the lens is automatically
stopped down and ABB operation is
executed.
≥ When CORRECT (DIG) is turned ON,
horizontal and vertical shading correction is automatically executed.
When it is turned OFF, the current value
is maintained.
≥ Move the cursor to “BLACK SHADING”
and press the MENU key, then it returns to MAINTENANCE MENU.
Note:
It takes about 90 sec. until completion of
black shading correction.
°
DETECTION
CORRECT(DIG)
:ON
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Setting of Menu Items
! Maintenance menu
2 Pedestal, gamma, flare adjustment
menu
M PED: Master pedestal can be adjusted
only by turning the control panel VR.
The R, G, B pedestal can be totally adjusted.
R, B PED: R, B pedestal adjustment.
Besides the master pedestal adjustment,
R, B pedestal can be independently adjusted. It is not related to DATA REF. The
numeral display after normal ending of
ABB is “0” for both of R, B.
M GAMMA: Master gamma adjustment.
The R, G, B gamma can be totally adjusted.
R, B GAMMA: R, B gamma adjustment.
Besides the master gamma adjustment,
R, B gamma can be independently adjusted.
R FLARE: R flare adjustment
G FLARE: G flare adjustment
B FLARE: B flare adjustment
GAMMA: Gamma ON/OFF setting
FLARE: Flare ON/OFF setting
°° PED,GAMMA,FLARE°°
M PED
R PED
B PED
M GAMMA
R GAMMA
B GAMMA
R FLARE
G FLARE
B FLARE
GAMMA
FLARE
:+027
:+000
:+000
:0.45
:+00
:+00
:010
:000
:017
:ON
:ON
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Setting of Menu Items
! Maintenance menu
°° KNEE,WHITE
CLIP
M KNEE POINT
R KNEE POINT
B KNEE POINT
M KNEE SLOPE
R KNEE SLOPE
B KNEE SLOPE
A.KNEE POINT
A.KNEE LVL
WHITE CLIP LVL
KNEE
WHITE CLIP
3 Knee&white clip adjustment menu
M KNEE POINT: Master knee point adjustment.
G, B, R knee point can be totally adjusted.
R, B KNEE POINT: R, B knee point adjustment.
Besides the master knee point adjustment, R, B knee point can be independently adjusted.
M KNEE SLOPE: Master knee slope adjustment.
G, B, R knee slope can be totally adjusted.
R, B KNEE SLOPE: R, B knee slope adjustment.
Besides the master knee slope adjustment, R, B knee slope can be independently adjusted.
A. KNEE POINT: Auto knee point setting.
Knee point in auto knee mode is set.
A. KNEE LVL: Auto knee level.
WHITE CLIP LVL: White clip level adjustment.
Video level with white clipped is set.
KNEE: KNEE mode (OFF/MANU/AUTO)
OFF: Knee function is turned OFF
MANU: Knee function is adjustable with
menu.
AUTO: Auto knee function is executed.
WHITE CLIP: White clip operation setting.
With it ON, white clip is effective.
°°
:95.00%
:+00.00%
:+00.00%
:95.00%
:+000
:+000
:95.00%
:108
:109%
:MANU
:ON
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Setting of Menu Items
! Maintenance menu
°° R/B
GAIN
4 Gain adjustment menu
The gain of R, B GAIN is adjusted.
The difference from the state of being
white-balanced can be adjusted.
≥ The numeral value displayed after normal ending of AWB is “0” for both of R,
B.
°°
R GAIN
B GAIN
:+000
:+000
5 Detail adjustment menu
DTL: Setting of valid/invalid of detail function.
TOTAL DTL LVL: Horizontal and vertical detail level adjustment.
H DTL LVL: Horizontal DTL component
is adjusted independently of DTL adjusted by TOTAL DTL.
CRISP: It functions to eliminate slight
detail component and to reduce the noise
level.
LVL DEPENDENT: It suppresses the detail of low brightness level. The brightness level to be suppressed is adjusted
here.
PEAK FREQUENCY: It lifts up the detail
component, and selects the central frequency.
KNEE APERTURE: It functions to emphasizes the detail component of the portion with knee applied.
KNEE APA.LVL: It sets the degree of
knee aperture.
SLIM DTL: It validates the function of
slimming the portion where the detail is
thick and emphasized.
°° DTL °°
DTL
TOTAL DTL LVL
H DTL LVL
CRISP
LVL DEPENDENT
PEEK FREQUENCY
KNEE APERTURE
KNEE APA.LVL
SLIM DTL
DTL(+)
DTL(-)
DTL CLIP
DTL SOURCE
:ON
:+00
:11
:02
:2
:10
:ON
:10
:OFF
:+00
:+00
:0
:(B+G)/2
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Setting of Menu Items
! Maintenance menu
5 Detail adjustment menu (continued
from previous page)
DTL (i): Setting of DTL at the edge in
positive direction.
DTL (j): Setting of DTL at the edge in
negative direction.
DTL CLIP: Setting of clip level of DTL
edge.
DTL SOURCE: Setting of video source
[G, R, (3G+R) /4, (2G+R+B) /4, (G+B/2)]
to create the detail.
°° DTL °°
DTL
TOTAL DTL LVL
H DTL LVL
CRISP
LVL DEPENDENT
PEEK FREQUENCY
KNEE APERTURE
KNEE APA.LVL
SLIM DTL
DTL(+)
DTL(-)
DTL CLIP
DTL SOURCE
°° GAIN,AUTO
IRIS
:ON
:+00
:11
:02
:2
:10
:ON
:10
:OFF
:+00
:+00
:0
:(B+G)/2
6 Master gain, auto iris setting menu
LOW GAIN: LOW setting of master gain.
MID GAIN: MID setting of master gain.
HIGH GAIN: HIGH setting of master gain.
≥ The above GAIN setting is able to set 6 to + 18 dB in 3 dB step.
A.IRIS LVL: Setting of the intended convergence level of auto iris.
A.IRIS PEAK/AVG: Setting of the detection ratio of peak value and average value
of the quantity of light when auto iris is
operated.
A.IRIS WINDOW: Setting of the detecting position of auto iris.
IRIS MODE: Auto iris mode setting:
(LENS/CAM).
IRIS GAIN: Iris loop gain adjustment.
°°
LOW GAIN
MID GAIN
HIGH GAIN
A.IRIS LVL
A.IRIS PEAK/AVG
A.IRIS WINDOW
IRIS MODE
IRIS GAIN
:0dB
:9dB
:18dB
:082
:075
:NORM1
:LENS
:06
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Setting of Menu Items
! Maintenance menu
°° S GAIN 1°°
GAIN
° TOTAL
ANLG GAIN
PIX MIX
V MIX
FRAME MIX
H DTL LVL
CRISP
LEVEL DEPENDENT
PEAK FREQUENCY
M GAMMA
MASTER PED OFFSET
R PED OFFSET
B PED OFFSET
7 Super gain, Detail, Pedestal-offset
level setting menu
TOTAL GAIN: Total gain in analog, pixel
addition, and memory addition is displayed.
ANLG GAIN: Gain setting in analog.
PIX MIX: Gain setting in horizontal pixel
addition. Capable of setting 0/6 dB.
V MIX: Gain setting in vertical pixel addition. Capable of setting 0/6 dB.
FRAME MIX: Gain setting in memory addition. Capable of setting 0/6/12/15/20
dB.
H DTL LVL: DTL level setting of super
gain.
CRISP: Setting the function of reducing
noise level of super gain. It is invalid
when DTL level is “0.”
LEVEL DEPENDENT: Setting of DTL
suppression at low lighting intensity of
super gain.
PEAK FREQUENCY: Setting of DTL
boost frequency of super gain.
M GAMMA: Gain setting in super gain.
Capable of setting 0/6 dB.
MASTER PED OFFSET: Setting of master pedestal offset of super gain 1.
R PED OFFSET: Setting of R pedestal
offset of super gain.
B PED OFFSET: Setting of B pedestal
offset of super gain.
:62dB
:36dB
:06dB
:OdB
:20dB
:00
:0
:5
:2
:0.45
:-043
:-046
:-045
(Super gain 1, 2, 3 are same menu.)
H FRAME MODE
°
8 Setting menu in frame mode
SCAN REVERSE: Capable of changing
the right and left pictures, the top and bottom pictures with each other, respectively.
°
1.SCAN REVERSE
:OFF
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Setting of Menu Items
! Maintenance menu
< COLOR CORRECTION1 >
SAT
PHASE
R
+00
+00
Mg
+00
+00
B
+00
+00
Cy
+00
+00
G
+00
+00
Y1
+00
+00
9 Color correction 1 menu
Adjustment of gain (saturation) and phase
of each color.
< COLOR CORRECTION2 >
SAT
PHASE
R - Mg
+00
+00
Mg - B
+00
+00
B - Cy
+00
+00
Cy - G
+00
+00
G - Y1
+00
+00
Y1 - R
+00
+00
qZ Color correction 2 menu
Adjustment of gain and phase of matrix.
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Setting of Menu Items
@ Setting menu
- Menu for various settings.
°° SETTING°°
1.MODE
2.SHUTTER
3.H.PHASE
1 Camera mode setting menu
BLACK STRETCH: Setting of the function of expanding low-brightness analog
video level.
It is set by ON/OFF.
D5600K: It is able to make color temperature correction of about 5600 degrees of
electric color temperature correcting file.
It is set by ON/OFF.
ANLG OUTPUT SEL: Video output
YPbPr/RGB is changed over. It is usually set to YPbPr.
CABLE COMPE: Setting of video cable
compensation. It is able to set 0/25/50m.
SUP GAIN: It sets OFF/1/2/3 of MAX
GAIN.
CAM ID: Setting of camera ID display.
It is set by OFF/BAR/ON.
In BAR setting, CAM ID is displayed only
in BAR mode.
CAM ID POSI: It sets the display position of camera ID.
0: top left, 1: top right, 2: down left, 3:
down right.
COLOR CORRECTION: Setting of matrix ON/OFF.
°° MODE°°
BLACK STRETCH
D5600K
ANLG OUTPUT SEL
CABLE COMPE
SUP GAIN
CAM ID
CAM ID POSI
COLOR CORRECTION
:OFF
:OFF
:YPbPr
:0m
:OFF
:BAR
:0
:OFF
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Setting of Menu Items
@ Setting menu
2 Electronic shutter setting menu
SHUTTER MODE: It selects the shutter
operation. ON/SYNCHRO/OFF can be
selected.
ON # Setting of normal discrete shutter
speed.
SYNCHRO # Setting of synchro scan
mode.
SHUTTER SPEED: Setting of normal
shutter speed.
SYNCHRO SCAN: Setting of synchro
scan mode.
Shutter speeds of 60 Hz to 120 Hz can
be continuously changed.
°° SHUTTER°°
SHUTTER MODE
SHUTTER SPEED
SYNCHRO SCAN
:OFF
:1/100
:75.1
3 Horizontal phase adjustment menu for
external reference signal
H.PHASE-COARSE: It is able to set the
horizontal phase in 15¨ step.
H.PHASE-FINE: Setting of 1-step fine
adjustment in the above phase adjustment.
°° H.PHASE °°
H.PHASE-COARSE
H.PHASE-FINE
:09
:40
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Setting of Menu Items
# Camera ID setting menu
°°CAM
ID
°°
ID:AKHC900
$ File managing and renewing menu
- File operation menu
: blinking display.
1 The file selected by FILE is loaded.
It can be selected from [PRESET/
USER1 / USER2 /CURRENT].
When desired to return to the previous data after loading other file, select “CURRENT.”
H FILE MENU
°
°
FILE
SAVE FILE?
SAVE
:USER1
:USER1
:
H FILE MENU
°
°
FILE
SAVE FILE?
SAVE
:USER1
:USER1
:
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Setting of Menu Items
$ File managing and renewing menu
- File operation menu (continued)
2 When saving the current data, two files
(USER1 /USER2) can be saved.
Select the file by “SAVE FILE?”
Select “USER1” and move the cursor
to SAVE and press the MENU key,
then the item menu is displayed.
3 SAVE IN USER1. OK?
“YES” and “NO” are displayed.
Move the cursor from “NO” to “YES”
and check that “YES” blinks.
4 When the menu key is pressed, “SAVE
COMPLETE” appears, then “SAVE” of
the file is completed.
H FILE MENU
°
FILE
SAVE FILE?
SAVE
°FILE
MENU
°
FILE
SAVE FIL?
SAVE IN USER1.OK?
YES
NO
°FILE
MENU
:USER1
:USER1
:
:USER1
:USER1
°
FILE
SAVE FIL?
SAVE IN USER1.OK?
SAVE COMPLETE
:USER1
:USER1
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Outside Dimension Diagram
7/16q
(10)
LENS
( ): mm
BREAKER
4-15/16q (125)
ZOOM/
FOCUS
1
SDI OUT
2
1/2q
(12)
1/ F
4-3/8q (110)
6-5/16q (160)
5/8q
(15)
13/16q
(20)
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Specifications & Accessories
_ Specifications
Supply voltage:
DC 12 V (supplied from D-SUB 15 pins)
Power consumption: 22 W
is the safety information.
Image pickup device:
System :
Resolving optical system:
Optical filter:
2/3q 1 million-pixel IT CCDk3
GBR image pickup system
F1.4 prism
CC: clear, 4300K, 6300K, cross
ND: 100%, 25%, 6.3%, 3.2%
Lens mount:
Bayonet type
Output spec.:
SMPTE 296M
Sensitivity:
F10, 2000Ix, 3200K, white reflection rate 89.9%
Horozontal resolution:
More than 700 TV lines
S/N :
54 dB (Y signal #30 MHz)
Horizontal frequency:
44.955 Hz (750 lines/field)
Vertical frequency:
59.94 Hz (progress)
Ambient temp. for operation: 0°C to i40°C
Ambient temp. for storage: j20°C to i60°C
Weight:
Approx. 4.07 lbs (1.85 kg)
Dimensions:
4-3/8q (W)k5-13/16q (H) k7-1/8q (L)
110k147k180 mm
Input/output signal
Video output:
SYNC input :
Camera connector:
Control system:
HD-SDI:
Lens connector 1:
Lens connector 2:
Y, PB, PR, each 75 ohm output (signal band # 30 MHz)
SYNC input (GL input 3 value SYNC)
D-SUB 15-pin connector seat (JAE: DAU-15PF-FO)
Synchronous (RS422, 38.4Kbps)
BNC 2 system
Iris control (HIROSE: HR10A-10R 12SC)
Zoom, focus control (HIROSE: HR10A-10R12PC)
_ Accessories
≥ Lens cap (1)
≥ Instruction manual (1)
Weight and dimensions shown are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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