Operating instructions | American Dynamics ADC770 Camcorder User Manual

COLOR VIDEO CAMERA
ADC770
INSTRUCTIONS
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DIGITA
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is
located on the body. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
ADC770
Serial No.
LWT0188-001A-H
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These are general IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS and certain items may not apply to all
appliances.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Read all of these instructions.
Save these instructions for later use.
All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
Unplug this appliance system from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
5. Do not use attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer as they may
cause hazards.
6. Do not use this appliance near water - for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen
sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.
7. Do not place this appliance on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The
PORTABLE CART WARNING
appliance may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and
(symbol provided by RETAC)
serious damage to the appliance.
Use only with a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer, or
sold with the appliance. Wall or shelf mounting should follow the
manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mounting kit approved
by the manufacturer. An appliance and cart combination should be
S3125A
moved with care.
Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the
appliance and cart combination to overturn.
8. Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are pro-vided for ventilation, and
to insure reliable operation of the appliance and to protect it from overheating, these
openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by
placing the appliance on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface.
This appliance should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. This appliance should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase unless proper
ventilation is provided.
9. This appliance should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the
marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home, consult your
dealer or local power company. For appliance designed to operate from battery power,
refer to the operating instructions.
10. This appliance system is equipped with a 3-wire grounding type plug (a plug having a
third (grounding) pin). This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a
safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to
replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding plug.
11. For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time, unplug it form the wall outlet and disconnect the
antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and
power-line surges.
12. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this appliance where the
cord will be abused by persons walking on it.
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13. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the appliance.
14. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in fire or electric shock.
15. Never push objects of any kind into this appliance through cabinet slots as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the appliance.
16. Do not attempt to service this appliance yourself as opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
17. Unplug this appliance from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
b. If liquid has been spilled into the appliance.
c. If the appliance has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the appliance does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive
work by a qualified technician to restore the appliance to normal operation.
e. If the appliance has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
f. When the appliance exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a need
for service.
18. When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
19. Upon completion of any service or repairs to this appliance, ask the service technician to
perform routine safety checks to determine that the appliance is in safe operating
condition.
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Safety Precautions
FOR USA AND CANADA
Due to design modifications, data given in this
instruction book are subject to possible change
without prior notice.
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
SERVICING
TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash wish 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.
Information for USA
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
AVERTISSEMENT:
POUR EVITER LES RISQUES
D’INCENDIE OU D’ELECTROCUTION, NE PAS EXPOSER
L’APPAREIL A L’HUMIDITE OU A LA
PLUIE.
INFORMATION (FOR CANADA)
RENSEIGNEMENT (POUR CANADA)
This Class B digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la Class B est
conforme á la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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Thank you for purchasing this product.
(These instrustions are for ADC770)
Before beginning to operate this unit, please read the instruction manual
carefully in order to make sure that the best possible performance is obtained.
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
Features ............................................................................................................................... 6
Operating Precautions ......................................................................................................... 7
Controls, Connectors and Indicators ................................................................................... 8
CONNECTION/INSTALLATION
Procedures ........................................................................................................................ 12
Mounting the lens .............................................................................................................. 14
Connections on the back ................................................................................................... 15
Setting the switches ........................................................................................................... 17
Mounting the camera ......................................................................................................... 18
Lens adjustment ................................................................................................................ 20
Back focus adjustment ....................................................................................................... 21
Auto white balance control adjustment ............................................................................. 22
MENU SETTING
Setting the menu ................................................................................................................ 23
The flow of menu screen ................................................................................................... 24
SYNC ADJUST Screen ..................................................................................................... 26
ALC SETTINGS Screen .................................................................................................... 26
VIDEO ADJUST Screen .................................................................................................... 30
MODE SELECT Screen .................................................................................................... 31
MOTION DETECT Screen ................................................................................................. 31
FACTORY SETTINGS Screen ........................................................................................... 33
BLC EDITTING Screen ..................................................................................................... 34
Manual Adjustment of White Balance ............................................................................... 35
CAMERA TITLE Setting .................................................................................................... 36
Setting the MOTION DETECT Function ........................................................................... 37
OTHERS
Installing the ferrite core .................................................................................................... 38
Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 38
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INTRODUCTION
Features
A new DSP (Digital Signal Processor)
features a Extended Dynamic Range
(ExDR) and enables to shoot both bright
and dark locations.
The use of a new CCD with a SENSE UP
(X32) function realized the minimum
luminous flux density for subject of 0.8 lx
(F1.2, 50%, AGC 20dB) and 0.025 lx (at
slow shutter).
A motion detector function detects the
motion inside an image and emits alarm
signals.
Before starting an important recording,
be sure to perform a test recording in
order to confir m that a normal
recording is possible.
We do not accept liability for the loss of
a recording in the case of it becoming
impossible to record due to a problem
in the video camera, VCR or video tape.
We do not accept liability for any
damage to the camera in cases when it
is dropped because of incomplete
installation due to not observing the
installation instructions correctly. Please
be careful when installing the camera.
The motion detector is not a feature to
prevent theft, fire, etc. Even if an
accident should occur resulting in
damage, we do not accept any liability.
Characters and symbols used in this instruction manual.
CAUTION : Cautionary notes concerning operation of the unit.
MEMO
: Reference such as restrictions of features, etc.
: Reference page or item.
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Operating Precautions
● To save energy, when it is not being used
turn the system’s power off.
● This camera has been designed for indoor
use. When you use it outdoor, be sure to
use a housing and the like.
● Do not install or use the camera in the
following places.
• In a place exposed to rain or moisture.
• In a place with vapor or oil soot, for
example in a kitchen.
• When the ambient temperature rises
above or falls below the acceptable
range (from –10°C to 50°C).
• Near a source of radiation, X-rays,
strong radio waves or magnetism.
• In a place subject to vibration.
• In a place with excessive dirt.
● If this camera and the cables connected
to this camera are used where there are
strong electromagnetic waves or where
there is magnetism present, for example
near a radio or TV transmitter, power
transformer or an electric motor, the picture
may produce noise and the colours may
be affected.
● This camera incorporates an AGC circuit.
As a result, when it is used under low light
conditions, the camera sensitivity is
automatically boosted and the picture may
look uneven. However, this is not a
malfunction.
● When this camera is used in the ATW
mode, the recorded colours may be slightly
different from the actual colours due to the
operational principles of the auto-tracking
white balance circuit. However, this is not
a malfunction.
● If a high-intensity object (such as a lamp)
is shot, the image on the screen may have
vertical lines (smear) or blur (blooming)
at its periphery. This is a characteristic of
the CCD, and is not a defect.
● Observe the following when carrying out
camera maintenance.
• Turn the power OFF before proceeding
to carry out maintenance.
If it is contaminated seriously, clean the
contaminated part with a cloth (or a
tissue) which has been soaked in a
solution of water and a neutral detergent.
● The unit is to be powered by a DC 12 V or
an AC 24 V power supply.
The AC 24 V power supply should conform
to the following:
Class 2 only
● Caution for operating the video iris lens
In case the video iris lens is set to an
extremely low level, malfunction – such as
the hunting phenomenon in which the iris
opens or closes unintentionally – can
occur.
In such a case, first set the “LEVEL”
potentiometer on the lens to the H position
(iris open), and then adjust it to an optimum
level.
● A CCD is made by high technology,
boasting an exceptionally high level of
precision with an effective pixel of more
than 99.99%. Although there is a less than
0.01% pixel defect (whitish flaw, blackish
flaw), this does not mean that the CCD is
out of order.
● The cable stopper on the terminal block
can come off sometimes. Therefore, be
sure to take enough time and fix the cable
securely.
● When a highly bright subject is shot,
sometimes undulations can be observed
on the ver tical lines of the subject.
However, this phenomenon is peculiar to
the unit and is not a sign of malfunction.
● The beat may sometimes appear on the
screen if gain is raised when the line lock
is in use, but the phenomenon takes place
due to the fluctuation of power frequency
and is not a malfunction.
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INTRODUCTION
Controls, Connectors and Indicators
2
1
3
4
5
7
1 Lens mount
6
4 Camera-mounting bracket
This means to attach the lens.
This is applicable to both the C-mount
lenses and CS-mount lenses.
2 Backfocus adjustment ring
Adjusting the back focus during lens
installation.
When readjustment is required, loosen
the locking screw 3 by turning it
counterclockwise and turn the back focus
adjustment ring 2 .
After the adjustment, tighten the locking
screw 3 again.
3 [BF LOCK] Back focus locking screw
This serves to fix the back focus-adjusting
ring.
The bracket has been attached on the
bottom of the camera before shipment. It
can also be attached on the top
according to the circumstance.
To re-attach the bracket use the threaded
holes at the top, with the camera
mounting bracket locking screws 7 .
5 Camera-mounting screw
hole (1/4 inch)
Use this hole when mounting
the camera onto a fixer, pan/
tilt unit, and the like. (Use a
screw shorter than 7 mm.)
MAX.
7mm
6 Rotation-preventive hole
Make use of this rotation-preventive hole
to prevent any fall when mounting the
camera. Make sure that the camera is
securely mounted.
7 Camera mounting bracket fixing screws
(×2: M2.6 × 6 mm)
Be sure to use a 6 mm long screw.
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SET
AWC
MENU
CAMERA
SETUP
EXT TERM-OFF
INT/GL
ON
LL
NOT USED
VIDEO
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IRIS
DC
8
8 Cover
90
12 [SET/AWC] Set. Auto White Control
The cover opens if it is pulled to the left
while being pushed.
9 [VIDEO/DC] Iris Selector Switch
This is set according to the type of lens
when an automatic iris control lens is
used.
VIDEO: In case of lens with EE amp builtin.
DC:
In case of lens without EE amp
built-in.
(DC:
At time of factory shipment)
10 [IRIS] Iris Terminal
This is connected to an automatic iris
control lens.
(墌 Page 14)
Button
SET: Press this button to display a submenu.
(墌 Page 23)
AWC: If this button is kept pressed for
more than 1 second, a one-pushauto-white-balance function works
and sets the white balance. Once
it is set, even if colour temperature
changes, white balance does not
change. It is also possible to make
fine adjustments on the set white
balance.
(墌 Page 22)
11 [MENU] Menu Button
When the button is pressed, a menu
screen is brought up.
(墌 Page 23)
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INTRODUCTION
Controls, Connectors and Indicators (Continued)
13 [
, , , ] Up-and-down, left-andright Button
These buttons select items on the menu
screen and change a set value.
( Page 23)
14 [EXT.TERM-ON/OFF] Terminal On/Off
Switch of External Synchronization
Signal
This is a terminating ON/OFF switch for
the external synchronization input signal.
When this is switched ON, termination is
executed via a 75 Ω resistor.
ON: terminates at 75Ω.
OFF: does not terminate at 75Ω.
(ON: At time of factory shipment)
15 [INT/GL, LL] Selector Switch for
Synchronizing System
This switch can set a synchronizing system
of the camera.
INT/GL:
This is set for internal synchronization
(INT) or external synchronization (GL).
LL (Line Lock):
The camera’s vertical synchronization is
locked to the AC 24V power line frequency.
When switching between multiple cameras
using a switcher, selecting this mode and
adjusting the vertical phase can reduce the
monitor sync disturbances occurring when
the camera image is switched. This cannot
be used in regions where the power
frequency is 50 Hz. (INT/GL: At time of
factory shipment)
16 NOT USED
This cannot be used. Do not switch.
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*
+
-
1
2
REMOTE
CLASS 2 ONLY(U TYPE)
ISOLATED POWER ONLY
(E TYPE)
AC24V
DC12V
&
AUX GND
¤
Y/C OUT
SYNC IN
⁄
(
VIDEO OUT
POWER
SEE INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
)
17 [DC 12V, AC 24V] Power input terminals
To input DC 12V or AC 24V power.
18 [AUX, GND] Auxiliary Output Terminals
If any change occurs in the area that was
set on the MOTION DETECT screen, these
terminals output signals. ( Page 31)
[Open-collector Low signal. Maximum
voltage 30V, Current 30mA.]
19 [Y/C OUT] Y/C output connector
This 4-pin connector outputs the luminance
and chrominance signal.
• Pin configuration of Y/C OUT connector
4
3
2
1
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
21 [POWER] Power indicator lamp
This lamp lights when power is supplied
to the camera.
22 [SYNC IN] Sync signal input connector
This BNC connector accepts the input of
an external sync signal such as a composite
video (VBS) or black burst (BB) signal.
When a sync signal is input into this
connector, the camera operation is
automatically synchronized with the
external sync signal.
To terminate this connector at 75Ω, turn
ON the EXT.TERM switch 14 .
Signal
GND
GND
Luminance (Y)
Chrominance (C)
20 [VIDEO OUT] Video signal output
connector
This BNC connector outputs a composite
video signal. Connect this to the video input
connector of a video monitor, switcher, etc.
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CONNECTION/INSTALLATION
Procedures
Execute connection/installation according to the procedures described below.
Turn OFF the power supply to all equipment to be used before making carefully.
4.Setting the switches
6.Back focus adjustment
(墌 Page 17)
(墌 Page 21)
SET
CAMERA
SETUP
EXT TERM-OFF
INT/GL
ON
LL
VIDEO
H
ALC LEVEL
NOT USED
Av Pk L
AWC
MENU
IRIS
DC
5.Lens adjustment
7.Auto white balance
control adjustment
(墌 Page 22)
(墌 Page 20)
3.Mounting the camera 1. Mounting the lens
(墌 Page 18)
(墌 Page 14)
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DC 12V/AC 24V
power supply
2.Connections
To alarm terminals
such as switches
( Page 15)
AC24V
DC12V
1
REMOTE
2
CLASS 2 ONLY(U TYPE)
ISOLATED POWER ONLY
(E TYPE)
AUX GND
Genlock sync
signal generator
Y/C OUT
SYNC IN
POWER
VIDEO OUT
SEE INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
Monitor
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CONNECTION/INSTALLATION
Mounting the lens
Mount the lens according to the procedures described below.
1.
CK
LO
BF
(b)
F
(c)
3.
Before mounting a lens, check whether
it is a C-mount or CS-mount lens.
To change the mounting method, loosen
the back-focus locking screw (M 2.6)
using a Phillips head screwdriver, turn
the back-focus adjusting ring with your
fingers or the screwdriver and change
the mounting method.
Dimension (b) of the lens shown in the
illustration must be as shown in the table
below. If (b) exceeds the value in the
table, it may damage the inside of the
camera or correct mounting may be impossible; never use such lenses. Do not
attach the C-mount lens when using a
CS-mount.
Lens
VIDEO
DC
C mount lens 17.526mm
10mm or less
CS mount lens 12.5mm
5.5mm or less
2.
VIDEO
The F mark indicates a focal point.
IRIS
2.
Mount the lens on the camera by turning
the lens clockwise. Adjust its position.
3.
When using an auto-iris lens with an EE
amplifier, turn the switch to the “VIDEO”
side. When no EE amplifier is equipped,
turn the switch to the “DC” side.
4.
If the lens has an auto-iris mechanism,
connect the lens cable after checking the
pin arrangement.
If the lens cable has a different type of
plug, use the 4-P plug supplied.
DC
4.
1 3
2 4
1
Flange back (c) Dimension (b)
3
4
2
Attached 4 pin plugs
Lens
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
DC IRIS
(does not contain EE amplifier)
Brake –
Brake +
Drive +
Drive –
VIDEO IRIS
(contain EE amplifier)
9V [max 50mA]
NC
VIDEO
GND
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1 3
2 4
Connections on the back
Power supply
AC24V
DC12V
1
Connect the DC 12 V or the AC 24 V power
supply to the DC 12V/AC 24V terminals. To
prevent connection errors or a cable
disconnection, we recommend the use of lug
plates for the connections.
The following table shows the connection
distances and connection cables provided
that 2-conductor VVF cables (vinyl-insulated
vinyl sheath cables) are used.
REMOTE
2
CLASS 2 ONLY(U TYPE)
ISOLATED POWER ONLY
(E TYPE)
AUX GND
Y/C OUT
SYNC IN
Maximum extension 328 feet 853 feet 1345 feet 1640 feet
(reference)
(100 m) (260 m) (410 m) (500 m)
Conductor
diameter
18AWG 14AWG 12AWG 9AWG
(1.0 mm) (1.6 mm) (2.0 mm) (2.6 mm)
VIDEO OUT
SEE INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
POWER
MEMO
• If thin cables are used (i.e. with a high resistance), a significant voltage drop will occur
when the unit is at its maximum power consumption. Either use a thick cable to restrict
the voltage drop at the camera side to below 10%, or place the power supply near to the
camera. If voltage drop occurs during operation, the performance will be unstable.
• Attach the cable conductors so that they do not come into contact with the drop prevention
wires.
• Do not allow input from both a DC 12 V and AC 24 V power supply at the same time.
• When using a DC 12 V power supply, ensure that the polarities of the cable are correct.
• The AC 24 V power supply should conform to the following:
Class 2 only
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CONNECTION/INSTALLATION
Connections on the back (Continued)
Genlock connection
With some systems, when the external sync
signal is a composite video or black burst signal genlocking by applying an external sync
input requires the horizontal phase (H
PHASE) and colour phase (SC COARSE) to
be adjusted.
MEMO
• Genlocking is not possible with a signal
containing too much jitter, such as a VCR
or videodisc playback signal.
Setting the swaitches
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Setting the switches
EXT TERM-OFF
INT/GL
SET
AWC
MENU
CAMERA
SETUP
EXT TERM-OFF
INT/GL
ON
LL
ON
LL
NOT USED
NOT USED
VIDEO
IRIS
DC
Select the synchronization method of the
camera image.
Set the switch on all cameras to LL (Line Lock)
and match with the V. PHASE.
(墌 Page 26.)
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CONNECTION/INSTALLATION
Mounting the camera
Camera mounting
screw
When mounting the camera on a fixer, pan/
tilt, etc., use the camera mounting screw hole
located on the camera-mounting bracket.
Camera-mounting bracket
CAUTION:
Use the screw with a
length shorter than 7mm
from a camera-mounting
face.
MAX.
7mm
Furthermore, make use of the rotation
prevention hole to prevent the camera from
falling and securely mount the camera.
Special precautions must be taken for
mounting the camera on a wall or a ceiling.
We are not liable for any damage caused by
improper installation.
Rotation prevention hole
-
+
2
AC24V
DC12V
1
AUX
GND
T
Y/C OU
SYNC
6mm
IN
TSEE INSN
RUCTIOL
MANUA
OUT
VIDEO
R
POWE
M3 x 6mm
2mm
Fall Prevention
• Exercise maximum caution when
installing the unit to the wall or ceiling. You
should not engage in the installation work
yourself. Ask a professional to do the job,
since the fall of the unit can result in
injuries and accidents.
• When installing the unit on a fixer, Pan/
Tilt unit, etc., make sure to install it firmly
using a rotation-preventing hole provided
to prevent fall.
• To prevent fall, connect the unit to a
section with sufficient strength (ceiling
slab or channel) using a fall prevention
wire such as a wire chain and the like.
Use the screw hole on the back of the unit
for installation.
Pay utmost attention to the length of the
wire, too.
• Specified screw (M3 × 6 mm)
Never use any screw longer than the
specified length as the inside can be
damaged.
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q
IRIS
VIDEO
DC
w
Installation of camera
• Mounting from the bottom
This camera is originally designed to be
mounted from the bottom, as shown q.
The hole is standard photographic panhead screw size (1/4-20 UNC). Example
the Fixing unit or Pan/Tilt unit.
• Mounting from the top
Remove the CAMERA MOUNTING
BRACKET from the bottom of the camera
by removing two fixing screws as shown
w. Attach the CAMERA MOUNTING
BRACKET to the top, then mount the
camera on the Fixing Unit as shown e.
Make sure that two original screws are
used when mounting the CAMERA
MOUNTING BRACKET. Be sure to use a
6 mm long locking screw for the cameramounting bracket.
(This camera is used indoor and under
similar conditions.)
Cameramounting bracket
Fixing screws
e
VIDEO
IRIS
DC
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CONNECTION/INSTALLATION
Lens adjustment
Connect the camera according to the connection method, turn it on, display an image on the
monitor, and check the image. The camera has been factory-adjusted to the best position, but
it may need to be adjusted according to the object conditions or combination of lenses. If the
image is unnatural, adjust it as follows: (Also read the instruction manual of the lens.)
• LEVEL adjustment
ALC LEVEL
Av Pk L
H
LEVEL
adjustment
Monitor screen
LEVEL turning direction
Too bright
Counterclockwise (Toward L)
Too dark
Clockwise (Toward H)
MEMO
ALC adjustment
(Does not operate.)
MEMO
Note that the lens cannot make ALC adjustments. Make ALC adjustments using the item
AVERAGE: PEAK on the menu.
( Page 26)
• If the sensitivity adjustment LEVEL is
turned excessively to L, the sensitivity increases because of the AGC function of
the camera, and the image looks grainy.
• If the video iris lens is set to too low a level,
malfunction such as the hunting phenomenon, in which the iris opens or closes
unintentionally, may occur.
In such a case, first set LEVEL potentiometer on the lens to the H (iris open) position then adjust it to the optimum level.
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Back focus adjustment
Back focus adjustment
Be sure to make back-focus adjustments when changing the lens mounting method or using
a different lens. If required, adjust it as follows:
• With a fixed-focus lens
If the focus can not be adjusted correctly by
rotating the lens focus ring, adjust the back
focus as follows.
Back focus
adjusting ring
Tighten
Loosen
CK
LO
BF
Back focus fixing
screw (M2.6)
1.
Loosen the back focus locking screw by
turning it counterclocckwise ( ) with a
screwdriver.
2.
3.
4.
Shoot a pattern closely.
5.
Tighten the back focus locking screw by
turning it clockwise ( ).
Turn the lens focus ring to ⬁.
Turn the back focus adjustment ring to
focus at the best point.
Lens focus ring
MEMO
• LENS FOCUS ADJUSTMENT MODE
At the time of focus adjustment, press the
at the side of the unit for at least
button
one second to open the lens iris and to facilitate focusing. At this time, “LENS FOCUS
ADJUSTMENT MODE” will be displayed on
the monitor screen.
When the adjustment has been completed,
to canpress one of the buttons
cel focus adjustment mode.
• Focus setting can differ on the color and on
the black and white screen. Make adjustments so that the focus will come to the optimum on both screens.
MEMO
• With a zoom lens
If the image is out of focus when zooming
(telephoto wide-angle), adjust the camera as
follows:
1.
Loosen the back focus locking screw by
turning it counterclocckwise ( ) with a
screwdriver.
2.
Shoot a comparatively dark scene with
thin lines.
3.
Set the lens to the maximum telephoto
position, and adjust the lens focus.
4.
Set the lens to the maximum wide-angle
position, and turn the back focus ring to
adjust the focus.
(Repeat steps 3. and 4. two or three
times.)
5.
Tighten the back focus locking screw by
turning it clockwise ( ).
When the subject is bright, the use of an ND
filter permits more accurate back-focus adjustment. (The ND filter reduces the amount
of incident light upon the lens equally over
the entire range of wavelength.)
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CONNECTION/INSTALLATION
Auto white balance control adjustment
Each light source has its own colour temperature. Therefore, when the main light source
lighting an object is changed, the white balance should be adjusted again by pressing the
AWC button.
AWC button
SET
AWC
MENU
CAMERA
SETUP
EXT TERM-OFF
INT/GL
ON
LL
1.
Place a white object under the same
lighting condition as the object to be shot
and zoom in to fill the screen with white.
2.
When the AWC button is pressed for
approx. one sec., the white balance is
adjusted for the object being recorded.
3.
During the time when the Auto White
function is operated, “AWC OPERATION” is displayed (for approx. 0.5 sec.).
When the appropriate white balance is
acquired, “AWC OK” is displayed.
4.
Error message display
● NG : OBJECT
Displayed when there is not enough
white colour on an object or the colour
temperature is not suitable.
By taking a shot of a white object to
fill the screen, adjust the white balance
again.
● ERROR : LOW LIGHT
Displayed when the light is low. Increase the illumination then re-adjust
the white balance.
● ERROR : HIGH LIGHT
Displayed when the light is too bright.
Decrease the illumination then re-adjust the white balance.
NOT USED
VIDEO
IRIS
DC
AWC
OPERATION
DURING OPERATION
AWC
NG : OBJECT
OBJECT ERROR
AWC
AWC
OK
DISPLAYING RESULT
AWC
ERROR : LOW LIGHT
LOW LIGHTING
ERROR : HIGH LIGHT
OVER LIGHTING
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MENU SETTING
Setting the menu
4.
MENU button
Use the
,
button to set the
cursor (>) to a desired item.
A L C SE T T I NGS
SET
SET button
CAMERA
SETUP
AWC
MENU
I R I S L E VE L
A V E RA GE : P EAK
S H UT T ER ( E x DR )
A G C MODE
L O L U X MODE
S E NS E U P
P R I OR I T Y
B LC
5.
SET
AWC
MENU
CAMERA
SETUP
EXT TERM-OFF
INT/GL
ON
LL
Change the set value using the
, button.
Change of the set value displays a
change mark (∗).
NOT USED
IRIS
VIDEO
A L C SE T T I NGS
DC
∗I R I S
1.
L E VE L
A V E RA GE : P EAK
S H UT T ER ( E x DR )
A G C MODE
L O L U X MODE
S E NS E U P
P R I OR I T Y
B LC
Press the MENU button.
The MENU screen is displayed.
2.
NORMAL
8:2
N O RMAL
2 0 dB
OF F
OF F
–––
OF F
Set the cursor (>) to a desired
,
sub-menu using the
button.
-5
8:2
N O RMAL
2 0 dB
OF F
OF F
–––
OF F
If you wish to change the set values of
another items, repeat items 2. to 5.
above.
MENU
6.
S YNC A DJ UST. .
A L C S E T T I NGS . .
V I DEO A DJ UST . .
MODE S E L ECT . .
MOT I ON D E T E CT . .
F A C TORY SET T I NGS . .
The screen returns to the previous one
(MENU screen).
7.
3.
Press the MENU button.
Press the MENU button.
The screen returns to the normal screen
(quitting the menu display).
Press the SET button.
The selected sub-menu screen is
displayed.
A L C SE T T I NGS
I R I S L E VE L
A V E RA GE : P EAK
S H UT T ER ( E x DR )
A G C MODE
L O L U X MODE
S E NS E U P
P R I OR I T Y
B LC
NORMAL
8:2
N O RMAL
2 0 dB
OF F
OF F
–––
OF F
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MENU SETTING
The flow of menu screen
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MENU
SYNC A D J US T
V PHASE
H PHASE
S C COARS E
S C F I NE
S YNC A DJ UST . .
A L C S E T T I NGS . .
V I DEO A DJ UST . .
MODE S E L ECT . .
MOT I ON D E T E CT . .
F A C TORY SET T I NGS . .
0
0
0
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V I DE O ADJ U ST
WH I T E BAL A NCE
COL OR
L EVEL
E N HANCE L E V E L
P E DE ST AL LE V E L
AU T O BL AC K C T L
IR
AV
SH
AG
LO
SE
PR
B
WH I T E BALANC E CONT RO L
ATW
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
OF F
AWC SE T . .
R :
Mg :
:
:
B
G
CA
R
A
A
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MO T I O N DE T EC T
MOD E
L E VE L
AR EA E D I T . .
AL ARM T I M E
DE MON S TRA T I ON . .
OFF
NORMAL
10s
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F A C T ORY SE T T I NGS
CA N CE L
CL E AR ( W I T HOUT T I T L E )
C L E AR ( AL L )
D AT A CL EARE D
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SHUT TE R ( E x DR )
S HUT T ER SPEED
F AST L I M I T
E x D R L EV E L
M . E x D R SPEED
1 / 120
– ––
– ––
– ––
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A L C SE T T I NGS
I R I S L E VE L
A V E RA GE : P EAK
S H UT T ER ( E x DR )
A G C MODE
L O L U X MODE
S E NS E U P
P R I OR I T Y
B LC
OL
:
:
NORMAL
8:2
N O RMAL
2 0 dB
OF F
OF F
–––
OF F
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B
G
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MODE S EL E C T
CAMERA T I T L E ED I T . .
RE V ERS E MODE
OF F
AL M . T I T L E S I Z E
DOUBLE
AL ARM COLOUR
WH I T E
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C AME R A T I T L E
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 78 9 - : / . ,
AB C DE F G H I J K L MN O P
QR S T U VWX Y Z
a b c d e f g h i j k l mn o p
q r s t uvwx y z ’
WIDE
T i t l e
TELE
Di s l ay
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MENU SETTING
SYNC ADJUST Screen
This executes the setting regarding synchronization.
Item
Functions and set values
Initial value
V PHASE
This adjusts the vertical synchronization to those of other cameras
when a selector switch for the synchronizing system on the side
is at LL. (60Hz power region only.)
When it is not set to LL, “---” will appear, disabling change
the set value.
[Set value: –131 to 0 to 131]
0
H PHASE
This adjusts the horizontal synchronization to those of other
cameras and systems when a selector switch for the
synchronizing system on the side is at INT/GL.
When external signals are not input, “---” will appear, disabling
change the set value.
[Set values: –16 to 0 to 16]
00
SC COARSE
Coarse adjustment of the SC phase in gen-lock operation.
The SC phase can be varied by up to 90° in each direction.
Adjust with reference to another camera (or system) and
together with the SC FINE adjustment.
Adjust SC COARSE and SC FINE only after adjusting H
PHASE.
When it is not set to GL, “---” will appear, disabling change
the set value.
[Set values: 0°, 90°, 180°, 270°]
0°
SC FINE
Fine adjustment of the SC phase in gen-lock operation.
When it is not set to GL, “---” will appear, disabling change
the set value.
[Set values: 0 to 255]
128
ALC SETTINGS Screen
This makes automatic adjustments according to brightness.
Item
Functions and set values
Initial value
IRIS LEVEL
Adjusts the brightness level of the video signal.
• To lower the brightness level ... Decrease the value
• To raise the brightness level .... Increase the value
[Set values: –5 to NORMAL to 5]
AVERAGE:
PEAK
Sets the exposure detection as a ratio of the average value
and the peak value.
• AVERAGE value large: Increase the AVERAGE value
when portions other than the highlighted areas of the
screen are dark and look corrupted. (Ex. 10:0)
• PEAK value large: Increase the PEAK value when
halation occurs in the highlighted areas of the screen.
(Ex. 5:5)
[Set values: 10:0, 9:1, 8:2, 7:3, 6:4, 5:5]
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NORMAL
8:2
Item
Functions and set values
Initial value
SHUTTER
(ExDR)
This sets the electronic shutter as well as the ExDR (Extended
Dynamic Range).
The use of an electronic shutter function enables shooting
with proper brightness, as more brightness results in higher
shutter speed.
The ExDR function allows even the shooting of a subject
having different luminous flux density by composing a picture
shot at 1/120 sec. shutter speed with a picture shot by a
high-speed shutter.
NORMAL: This fixes the shutter speed to 1/60.
The ExDR does not function.
MANUAL: This sets the shutter speed by the item
SHUTTER SPEED on the SHUTTER screen.
The ExDR does not function.
When SENSE UP is functioning, MANUAL
cannot be selected. (Not displayed on MENU)
AUTO:
This automatically switches the shutter speed
according to brightness.
The ExDR does not function.
The item FAST LIMIT on the SHUTTER (ExDR)
screen sets a maximum shutter speed value.
M.ExDR: This is used when shooting a subject with
difference in a luminous flux density in the screen
under a fixed illumination condition, and so on.
During ExDR mode, the item M.ExDR.SPEED on
the SHUTTER (ExDR) screen sets the composing
high shutter speed. It is possible to set only when
the items BLC and SENSE UP are OFF. What’s
more, the ExDR LEVEL sets the signal level of
the composing high-speed shutter.
A.ExDR: This is used when the subjects having different
luminous flux densities are continuously used
night and day in the situation where both indoor
and outdoor subjects are mixed in existence, and
so forth. During ExDR mode, the composing
shutter speed automatically varies according to
the contrast of a subject. This is set when shooting
the subject with changing brightness.
This can be set only when the item BLC is OFF.
What’s more, the ExDR LEVEL sets the signal
level of the composing high-speed shutter.
MEMO
• Do not set to A.ExDR when using a manual lens.
• When M.ExDR mode or A.ExDr mode is used, the border
between a bright part and a dark part can be coloured
(cyan, orange, etc.), but this is not a malfunction.
* When the SHUTTER (ExDR) item is set to NORMAL, the following items
(SHUTTER SPEED, FAST LIMIT, ExDR LEVEL, and M.ExDR SPEED)
cannot be changed.
SHUTTER
This sets a shutter speed when MANUAL is set.
SPEED
The AUTO, M. ExDR, A. ExDR set value is displayed as
“- - -” and cannot be changed
[Set values: 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000,
1/4000, and 1/10000]
NORMAL
1/100
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MENU SETTING
ALC SETTINGS Screen (Continued)
Item
Functions and set values
Initial value
FAST LIMIT
This sets the fastest value of a shutter speed when AUTO is set.
The MANUAL, M. ExDR, A. ExDR set value is displayed as “- - -” and
cannot be changed. The higher the shutter speed becomes, the more
smear phenomenon is emphasized, which is peculiar to the CCD.
[Set values: 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10000, 1/20000, 1/40000, 1/100000]
1/100000
ExDR
LEVEL
This sets the signal level of the composing high-speed shutter during
ExDR mode. This is set according to the brightness of a subject.
When using M.ExDR, be sure to set M.ExDR SPEED in advance.
When the SHUTTER (ExDR) item is set to MANUAL or AUTO,
“- - -” appears, disabling setting.
To give priority to the low-brightness parts of the subject…
increase the value
To give priority to the high-brightness parts of the subject…
decrease the value
[Set values: –5 to NORMAL to 5]
MEMO
• In the case of a subject with a large difference in the luminous
flux density, sometimes images do not change even if ExDR
LEVEL is varied. However, this occurrence is a peculiarity of the
unit and is not a malfunction.
NORMAL
M.ExDR
SPEED
This sets the composing high shutter speed when ExDR is set to M.ExDR.
Set the shutter speed in order that a subject with a high luminous flux
density (outdoor, etc.) may come out most clearly. This is displayed as
“- - -” during MANUAL, AUTO or A. ExDR and cannot be set.
[Set values: 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10000, 1/20000]
1/4000
AGC MODE
This sets a maximum gain of the AGC (Automatic Gain Control).
OFF:
When the AGC function is not used.
10dB:
When luminous energy is insufficient.
20dB:
When luminous energy is extremely insufficient.
SUPER: When brightness is insufficient even when it is set to
20dB.
• If the gain is increased, the screen gets rough in a dark place.
• If it is set to SUPER, it can sometimes consume operation time
to cope with a drastic level change.
• When the item “B&W” is set to “AUTO”, [SUPER] is displayed when
the item “AGC MODE” is set to “SUPER”, and [20dB] is displayed
for other settings. Increase the gain up to the value displayed.
20dB
LOLUX MODE
Used when brightness is low even when setting the AGC MODE.
(Functions regardless of the AGC MODE setting.)
OFF: LOLUX MODE is off.
ON: LOLUX MODE is on (+ 6dB)
OFF
SENSE UP
This item makes up a sensitivity should be heightened automatically when a subject becomes dark.
In case of the X32 AUTO, the sensitivity is automatically heightened
up to 32 times continuously as compared with standard.
As the sensitivity becomes higher, the shutter speed becomes
lower, resulting in unnatural motion.
If SHUTTER (ExDR) is set to MANUAL or the M.ExDR,
“- - -” will appear, disabling the SENSE UP function.
[Set values: OFF, X2 AUTO, X4 AUTO, X8 AUTO, X16 AUTO, X32 AUTO]
MEMO
• When the magnification of SENSE UP is enhanced, the screen
can become coarse or whitish, or whitish flaws can emerge
sometimes, but this is not abnormal.
OFF
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Item
Functions and set values
Initial value
PRIORITY
This item sets the order in which the AGC and slow shutter
speed decrease function when the object brightness
becomes low.
When the item AGC MODE or the item SENSE UP is set
to OFF, “- - -” will appear, disabling any setting.
MOTION: Priority is given to motion.
This is suitable to a subject with quick motion,
since the AGC (automatic gain control) functions
with priority when the subject becomes dark.
PICTURE: Priority is given to image.
When the subject becomes dark, SENSE UP
(sensitivity goes up) functions with priority,
offering suitability that gives priority to image.
MOTION
BLC
Sets the backlight compensation function. Set when a
bright light source, etc. is placed in the same direction as
the subject.
OFF
If the item SHUTTER (ExDR) is set to the M.ExDR or the
A.ExDR, “- - -” will appear, and the BLC does not function.
OFF: The backlight compensation function does not work.
AREA 1 to AREA 4: When the SET button is pressed, the
fixed light metering areas are displayed. Select one of
the four types. (Indicated positions on the screen are rough
guides. Execute required settings after checking and
confirming the functions on actual images.)
Light
metering
area
OFF
Light
Light
metering metering
area
area
AREA 1
AREA 2
Light
metering
area
AREA 3
Light
metering
area
AREA 4
EDIT 1 to EDIT 2: When the SET button is pressed, the
user light metering areas are displayed. Select one of the
two types.
“BLC EDITTING Screen” on page 34.
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MENU SETTING
VIDEO ADJUST Screen
Adjustments are made on video signals.
Item
Functions and set values
Initial value
ATW
WHITE
BALANCE
Selects the white balance adjustment function. The white
balance can be adjusted manually or automatically for
light within the colour temperature range of 2500K to
8000K.
• ATW:
Auto-Tracking White Balance mode.
This automatically adjusts the white balance.
• AWC:
Auto White Balance Controll mode. When the
SET button is pressed, the adjustment
screen appears.
( See page 35.)
COLOR
LEVEL
To adjust the color level of the video signal.
• To make colours lighter … Decrease the value
• To make colours darker … Increase the value
[Set values: –5 to NORMAL to 5]
NORMAL
ENHANCE
LEVEL
To adjust the contour enhancing level of the video signal.
• To make the picture quality harder … Increase the value
• To make the picture quality softer … Decrease the value
[Set values: –5 to NORMAL to 5]
NORMAL
PEDESTAL
LEVEL
To adjust the pedestal level of the video signal.
• To brighten picture … Increase the value
• To darken picture … Decrease the value
[Set values: –5 to NORMAL to 5]
NORMAL
AUTO
BLACK
CTL
This is set when it is difficult to view a dark part of the
image even if gain is boosted by the AGC (automatic gain
control).
ON: When a black level of the image signal is low, a
pedestal level that becomes the standard of black
is automatically elevated, making it easier to view a
dark part.
OFF: AUTO BLACK does not function.
MEMO
• When PEDESTAL LEVEL is set to 5, no function can
take place even if AUTO BLACK CTL is ON.
• When AGC MODE is set to OFF, no function can take
place even if AUTO BLACK CTL is ON.
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OFF
MODE SELECT Screen
Titles, image reversion, etc., are set.
Item
Functions and set values
Initial value
CAMERA
TITLE EDIT
Bring up the CAMERA TITLE, EDIT screen.
( Page 36)
REVERSE
MODE
Settings are executed for image reversion.
OFF: Image does not reverse.
R-L: Left and right of the image are reversed.
U-D: Up and down of the image are reversed.
ALL: Up and down and left and right of the image are
reversed.
OFF
ALM.TITLE
SIZE
Set the size of the characters displayed in the case of
alarms.
DOUBLE
A L ARM
NORMAL
ALARM
COLOUR
–
A L ARM
DOUBLE
This sets the colour of an alarm title.
[Set values: WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN]
WHITE
MOTION DETECT Screen
Settings are executed about the motion detecting function that emits alarm signals when
there exists any motion in the image. Alarm signals are output from the auxiliary terminals on
the back.
Item
MODE
Functions and set values
Initial value
This sets ON/OFF of motion detecting function.
OFF:
Motion detecting function does not work.
ON:
Motion detecting function works.
OFF
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MENU SETTING
MOTION DETECT Screen (Continued)
Item
Functions and set values
Initial value
LEVEL
This sets the level that detects motion.
If the item MODE is set to OFF, “- - -” will appear, and
settings cannot be changed.
To function with large signal level change…decrease the
value
To function with small signal level change…increase the
value
[Set values: –5 to NORMAL to 5]
NORMAL
AREA EDIT
This sets the range in which the motion detecting function
works.
( Page 37)
–
ALARM TIME
This sets the output time of the alarm signal output of
AUX terminal as well as “ALARM” display on the screen
when motion is detected.
If the item MODE is set to OFF, “- - -” will appear, and
settings cannot be changed.
[Set values: OFF, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, 15s, 20s, 30s,
1min]
10s
MEMO
When the MODE item is set to OFF, only the alarm signal
of the AUX terminal is output, and “ALARM” is not
displayed on the screen.
DEMONSTRATION
This is used when checking and confirming the set motion
detecting function. The detection area is shown in gray.
( Page 37)
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–
FACTORY SETTINGS Screen
Set values are returned to initial values.
Item
FACTORY
SETTINGS
Functions and set values
Initial value
The values set on the menu are returned to initial values.
CANCEL
: No return to the initial value.
CLEAR
: Returns set values except titles to the
(WITHOUT TITLE)
initial value.
CLEAR (ALL) : Returns all set values including titles
to the initial value.
Select respective set value and press the SET button.
Then, “DATA CLEARED” will appear for about 3 seconds.
Be sure not to switch off the power while the display is
still on.
–
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MENU SETTING
BLC EDITTING Screen
It is possible to set freely the light metering area for backlight compensation. The 2 screens
of EDIT1 and EDIT2 can be set.
MENU button SET button
A L C SE T T I NGS
I R I S L E VE L
A V E RAGE : P EAK
S H UT T ER ( E x DR )
A G C MODE
L O L U X MODE
S E NS E U P
P R I OR I T Y
B LC
NORMAL
8:2
N O RMAL
2 0 dB
OF F
OF F
MOT I ON
EDIT 1
SET
AWC
MENU
CAMERA
SETUP
EDIT 1 screen
Light metering
area
1.
Set the item BLC on the ALC
SETTING screen to EDT1.
2.
Press the SET button.
The EDIT1 screen is brought up.
3.
SET button
Set the upper side and left side
of the metering area using the
button.
The sides having
be changed.
4.
marks can
Press the SET button.
The changeable sides of the metering
area move to the right side and base
side.
EDIT 2 screen
5.
Light metering
area
Set the base and right side of the
metering area using the
button.
If the SET button is pressed once more,
the two changeable sides of the metering area return to the top and left sides.
(The EDIT2 screen can also be set
likewise)
SET button
6.
Upon completion of setting,
press the MENU button.
The screen returns to ALC SETTING
SCREEN.
* To use the set metering area, set the item
BLC to EDIT1 or EDIT2.
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Manual Adjustment of White Balance
When automatic adjustment of the white balance results in a “reddish screen”, etc., adjust the
white balance manually.
MENU button SET button
1.
Set the WHITE BALANCE item on the
VIDEO ADJUST screen to AWC and
press the SET button.
* The WHITE BALANCE adjustment
screen appears on the monitor.
2.
Select the hue to be adjusted. (R/B or
Mg/G)
Press the
or
button.
3.
Adjust the hue.
Press the
or
button.
* The “ ı ” indicator moves in accordance
with the setting. When a setting is
changed, the “+” mark appears at the
original position.
4.
Concluding manual white balance adjustment.
Pushing the MENU button returns the
screen to VIDEO ADJUST.
SET
AWC
MENU
CAMERA
SETUP
V I DE O ADJ U ST
WH I T E BAL A NCE
COL OUR L E V E L
E N HANCE L E V E L
P E DE ST AL LE V E L
AU T O BL AC K C T L
AWC
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
OF F
VIDEO ADJUST screen
WH I T E BALANC E CONT RO L
AWC SE T . .
R :
Mg :
:
:
B
G
WHITE BALANCE
CONTROL screen
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MENU SETTING
CAMERA TITLE Setting
Up to 24 characters can be selected as camera text for each camera. The set characters are
displayed at the bottom of the screen.
MENU button SET button
1.
Then, the CAMERA TITLE screen is
brought up.
SET
CAMERA
SETUP
AWC
MENU
Select the item CAMERA TITLE
on the MODE SELECT screen,
and push the SET button.
2.
Select the first character from the
character area using
buttons.
The selected character is displayed
flashing on and off.
3.
MODE S EL E C T
Push the SET button.
The first character gets fixed and the
blinking title input area moves to the
second character.
CAMERA T I T L E ED I T . .
RE V ERS E MODE
OF F
AL M . T I T L E S I Z E
DOUBLE
AL ARM COLOUR
WH I T E
4.
Repeat the above items 2 to 3.
It is possible to use up to 24 characters
to input the title.
MODE SELECT screen
5.
Push the MENU button.
The screen returns to MODE SELECT.
Space
Character area
C AME R A T I T L E
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 78 9 - : / . ,
AB C DE F G H I J K L MN O P
QR S T U VWX Y Z
a b c d e f g h i j k l mn o p
q r s t uvwx y z ’
W I DE
TE LE
T i t l e Di s l ay
CAMERA TITLE screen
Title input area
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Setting the MOTION DETECT Function
It is possible to set freely the area where MOTION DETECTING functions.
MO T I O N DE T EC T
MOD E
L E VE L
AR EA E D I T . .
AL ARM T I M E
DE MON S TRA T I ON . .
1.
Select the item AREA EDIT on
the MOTION DETECT screen.
2.
Press the SET button.
OFF
NORMAL
10s
The setting screen is brought up.
3.
MOTION DETECT screen
Select the area not subject to
detection using the
button.
The area flashing ON and OFF in black
and white moves.
flash
4.
Press the SET button.
The area not subject to detection is set,
and it turns gray (lights up).
To cancel the set area, press the SET
button again.
Setting screen
lights gray
flash
5.
Repeat items 3 and 4 above.
6.
Upon completion of setting,
press the MENU button.
The screen returns to the MOTION
DETECT menu.
MEMO
Indicated positions on the screen are rough
guides.
Be sure to check and conform the positions
on the actual screen.
* It is possible to check and confirm the set
areas on the DEMONSTRATION screen.
The detection area is shown in gray.
The motion detector is not a feature to prevent theft, fire, etc. Even if an accident should occur
resulting in damage, we do not accept any liability.
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OTHERS
Installing the ferrite core
To retain electromagnetic compatibility, use the ferrite cores provided when connecting to the lens or
the power source.
Video-iris lens
(or galvanometnc-iris lens)
Wind twice
H
ALC LEVEL
Av Pk L
IRIS
VIDEO
DC
Ferrite core
Notes:
● Install the ferrite cores within 50 mm of the camera-side connectors. (Fasten the ferrite
core with the wire clamp provided.)
For lens connection:
Pass the lens cable through the ferrite core twice and
connect it to the camera.
● If the LENS cable is short, please connect the cable to the camera without winding the
cable around the ferrite core.
Specifications
DIMENSIONS (Unit: mm)
75
70
149
138
5
4-R
55
63
U1-32
35
BF LOCK
42
71
1/4-20UNC
41
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Image pickup device:
Synchronization method :
Scanning frequency:
Resolution:
VIDEO OUT:
Y/C OUT:
1/3 type IT CCD, 768 (H) × 494 (V)
Internal, Line lock, Full Genlock
(H) 15.734 kHz, (V) 59.94 Hz
480 TV lines (H)
Composite video signal 1 V (p-p), 75Ω (BNC)
(4-pin)
Y: 1V(p–p), 75Ω
C: 0.286V(p–p), 75Ω
Video S/N ratio:
50 dB (AGC OFF)
Minimum required illumination: 0.8 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC 20 dB)
0.4 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC 20 dB)
0.025 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC 20 dB, SENSE UP × 32)
Lens mount:
C/CS mount
Power supply and power consumption:
AC24V `, 60 Hz, DC12V —
--- 5.5W
Ambient temperature:
–10°C (14°F) to 50°C (122°F) (operation)
0°C (32°F) to 40°C (104°F) (recommended)
Mass:
600 ˝ (1.32 lbs)
Accessory:
Instructions ........................... 1 Ferrite core ..................... 1
4P plug ................................. 1
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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ADC770 COLOR VIDEO CAMERA
Please visit our website for more information
www.americandynamics.net
©2004 Sensormatic Electronics Corporation.
Product specifications subject to change without notice.
Certain product names mentioned herein may be trade names
and/or registered trademarks of other companies.
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8200-0206-17
Printed in Thailand
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