Instruction manual | Code Alarm CA611 Remote Starter User Manual

CAUTION
This section of instruction manual is specially edited for service manual with modified contents.
It is not recommended to use this section for the substitution
of the original instructions included in the merchandise.
COLOR VIDEO CAMERA
KY-F58
INSTRUCTIONS
FREEZE
Digital
ry
Memo
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which
are located on the bodys.
Retain this information for future
reference.
Model No. KY-F58
Serial No.
[U Ver.]
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CAUTION:
To prevent electric shocks and fire hazards, do NOT use
other than specified power source.
CAUTION :
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.
Due to design modifications, data given in this
instruction book are subject to possible
change without prior notice.
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.
INFORMATION (FOR CANNADA)
RENSEIGNEMENT (POUR CANADA)
• This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
• Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la
norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
This unit is designed for professional use only.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO
NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
[E Ver.]
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
EARTH
GREEN-AND-YELLOW:
NEUTRAL
BLUE:
LIVE
BROWN:
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows.
The wire which is coloured GREEN-AND-YELLOW must
be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked
with the letter E or by the safety earth symbol
or coloured GREEN or GREEN-AND-YELLOW. The wire which
is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which
is marked with the letter N or which is coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected
to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured
RED.
WARNING — THIS APPARATUS
MUST BE EARTHED.
2 Revised in August 1998
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO
NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
This unit is designed for professional use only.
Thank you for purchasing the JVC KY-F58 Color Video
Camera.
CONTENTS
FEATURES .............................................................................. 3
BASIC CONFIGURATION ........................................................ 3
1. INTRODUCTION
PRECAUTIONS ON PROPER USE ........................................ 4
2. CONTROLS, INDICATIONS AND CONNECTORS
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT [Panel side] .................................. 5
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT [Rear side] .................................... 7
CAMERA HEAD ....................................................................... 8
FEATURES
• High quality 1/3” and 3CCD format camera
• The camera head can be dismantled to produce a compact
component.
• A built-in Frame Memory function enables a STROBE SYNC
and RANDOM TRIGGER to operate the camera without adding any further equipment.
• Quick set-up can be achieved with a “Scene File”.
• Direct connection to various units is available with various output signals such as RGB, VBS, Y/C and a color difference
component.
• RS-232C can be interface.
BASIC CONFIGURATION
3. CONNECTIONS
BASIC SYSTEMS .................................................................... 9
MOUNTING THE OPTIONAL LENS (T14 x 5.5MD) TO THE
CAMERA HEAD ....................................................................... 9
HOW TO MOUNT THE CAMERA HEAD ............................... 10
CONNECTING THE CAMERA HEAD
AND CCU (CAMERA CONTROL UNIT ) ................................ 10
SYSTEM APPLICATION ........................................................ 11
CAMERA HEAD
CAMERA MOUNTING
BRACKET
(With two screws)
4. BASIC ADJUSTMENTS BEFORE USE (Be sure)
MONITOR ADJUSTMENT ..................................................... 12
WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT ......................................... 13
WHITE SHADING ADJUSTMENT ......................................... 14
FULL TIME AUTO-WHITE FUNCTION .................................. 14
FREEZE
5. OPERATION
FILE SETTING ....................................................................... 15
MANUAL OPERATION .......................................................... 17
CAMERA
CONTROL
UNIT
6. SETTING ON THE MENU SCREEN
MENU OPERATION ............................................................... 18
MENU SCREEN FLOW ......................................................... 18
VIDEO LEVEL SCREEN ........................................................ 19
WHITE BALANCE SCREEN .................................................. 20
FREEZE SCREEN ................................................................. 21
PROCESS SCREEN .............................................................. 23
TOTAL SETTING SCREEN .................................................... 25
CAMERA CABLE
(5m)
AC CABLE
(2m)
7. OTHERS
TECHNICAL INFORMATION ................................................. 26
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................. 29
LABEL
(where you can write the
file name and stick to the
panel for convenience)
PRECAUTION
The camera head and camera control unit must have the
same serial number.
Each set of units has the same serial number when it is
shipped out from the factory in order to guarantee its best
performance.
see subsection 1.8 of this service maual
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1. INTRODUCTION
PRECAUTIONS ON PROPER USE
• When recording an important event, be sure to try the
camera first before using it in order to check that the camera operates properly.
• JVC does not guarantee the contents of a recording if the
color video camera, VCR or video cassette malfunctions
during recording.
䡵 Unique phenomenon of CCD
䢇 SMEAR AND BLOOMING
Due to the physical structure of the CCDs in this camera it is
possible to induce vertical streaking which is called smear
when shooting a light source with high luminance.
Another effect is the spreading of light around a bright light
or object called Blooming.
To protect your image against lens flare (internal lens reflections), JVC has adopted a CCD which has less of these phenomenon, however, please be careful when shooting a light
source with high luminance.
SMEAR
Vertical streaks trailing
from a bright object.
Bright object
(i.e. light bulb, sun, etc.)
BLOOMING
Bright portion bleeds
MONITOR SCREEN
䢇 When stripe pattern or lines are shot, they may become jagged.
䢇 White dot
Whit dots may appear on a screen when operating at high
temperature.
䡵 Please turn off the power switch when camera is
not in use.
䡵 RS-232C INTERFACE
With regard to CONTROL COMMAND etc., please consult
with your local JVC authorized service dealer.
䡵 HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
䢇 Storage
Avoid using or placing the unit in places;
• subject to extreme heat or cold;
• with excessive dirt or dust;
• with high humidity or moisture;
• subject to strong vibrations or on an unstable surface
• subject to smoke or vapor such as near a cooking stove;
• also do not leave the unit for long hours in a parked car
under direct sunlight or near room heating equipment.
䢇 Ambient Temperature
Ambient temperature influence to an image sensing device.
Make sure to operate the camera in the temperature range
of –5˚C to 45˚C.
䢇 Ventilation holes
A malfunction may be caused if heat is not properly ventilated. Make sure that the cooling fan ventilation holes are not
blocked by an obstruction.
䢇 Effects of strong electric waves and magnetism
To avoid picture interference and color variation, do not use
the camera near a radio, TV antenna, transformers or motors which generate strong magnetic field.
䢇 COMPATIBLE LENSES
The lens mount for this camera, KY-F58 is a C-Mount, however, there remain some lenses adopting a C-Mount which
cannot be used because of camera limitations.
Refer to “MOUNTING THE OPTIONAL LENS (T14 x 5.5MD)
TO THE CAMERA HEAD” on page 9.
The KY-F58 is not equipped with a back focus adjustment
feature, therefore a lens with this feature should be mounted.
䢇 EFFECT FROM A WIRELESS MICROPHONE
When using a wireless microphone or a receiver, noise interference might be pick-up during recording. Please check this
before using.
䢇 CLEANING THE BODY
When cleaning the cabinet, wipe it with soft cloth.
Do not use benzene or thinner as these may deform or
discolor the cabinet surface.
To remove excessive dirt, clean the unit with a mild detergent diluted with water, then wipe it with dry cloth.
Note:
CAMERA MOUNTING
Make sure to mount the camera firmly.
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2. CONTROLS, INDICATIONS AND CONNECTORS
Camera Control [Panel side]
LOCK
6
8
9
MENU
ITEM+
SET
ITEM-
DATA+
ON
BARS
ON
1 2 3 4 RESET
DATA-
OFF
5
12 11
4
3
2
10 7
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
PULL OPEN
FILES
MENU
1
13
2
FREEZE
3
SELECT
4
MEMORY
POWER
1
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
LEVEL
ON
B
OFF
14
PAINT
15
1
16 17
[POWER] power switch and its LED
18
7
This is the ON/OFF power switch. When power is supplied
the LED light.
2
[FREEZE] freeze button and its LED
8
4
For the 5 to 10 , refer to the “6. SETTING ON THE MENU
SCREEN” on the page 18.
5
[SELECT] select button
Each time this button is pressed, the file changes.
6
9
[MENU] menu button
[DATA+, DATA–] data buttons
When the menu screen is displayed, data of each item can
be changed.
For the step 5 to 9 , refer to “6. SETTING ON THE MENU
SCREEN” on the page 18.
[FILES] file selected LEDs
When the [SELECT] button 5 is pressed, the LED for the
selected file lights. Each time the SELECT button is pressed,
the file LED changes 1 2 3 4 in turn.
[ITEM+ (BARS), ITEM–] item buttons
• When ITEM+ button is pressed on the normal screen, the
color bar signal is output from output connectors 20 , 21
and 22 . When pressing this again, it returns to the normal
screen.
• When the menu screen is displayed ,the required item can
be selected.
[MEMORY] memory button
Select one of the FILES LEDs, No. 1 to 4 4 with the SELECT button 5 . Then press and hold MEMORY button for
more than 2 seconds to register the value set at the MENU
screen to be the selected file.
Refer to the “FILE SETTING” on page 15.
[SET] set button.
To choose the item on the MENU screen, press this button
to display the sub-menu screen.
The video signal can be frozens by this button.
When the freeze button is pressed, the LED light. When the
freeze is released, the LED turns off.
Refer to the “MANUAL OPERATION” on page 17.
3
19
10
[LOCK] lock switch
When the lock switch is “ON”, all functions except the Power
switch 1 , the Freeze button 2 , and the select button 5
cannot be operated.
11
[RESET] reset button
When this button is pressed, the set values for each FILE
are reset to the initial values set at factory.
Refer to “RESET” on the page 16.
When this button is pressed, “on screen” signals are output
from connectors 20 , 21 and 22 to display the MENU screen.
When again pressing this button, the normal screen is resumed.
see subsection 1.6.2 of this service maual
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2. CONTROLS, INDICATIONS AND CONNECTORS (Cont’d)
Camera Control [Panel side] (Cont’d)
12
Set up switch
18
This switch changes the FILE setting and the RANDOM
TRGGER setting. Change the setting according to the desired use.
1
2
3
4
This adjusts the video level automatically by varying iris,
shutter speed and GAIN (electrical sensitization) automatically according to the brightness of an object.
The LED light during Full/Auto mode. Each time the button is
pressed, the ON/OFF function operates in turn.
• Auto adjustment for iris can be performed only when an
auto iris lens is used and the LENS item is set to AUTO.
• Max. GAIN value for the ALC can be set at the MENU
screen.
For the 18 and 19 , refer to the “MANUAL OPERATION” on
page 17.
SW1, 2 FILE setting
Refer to "FILE SETTING" on page 15.
SW3 RANDOM TRIGGER setting
Refer to "Random Trigger Function" on page 28.
ON
c
SW4 Not available
13
COVER
To carry out the menu operation, pull the cover towards you
to open it.
14
[TO CAMERA] camera connector
Connect the camera head with the provided cable (5m).
1
2
5
10 Connector view from the main unit front
15 (20-pin connector, female)
19
6
11
16
20
15
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
GND
WEN
B
CLK
DATA
CS HE
SHCT
IFHB
IFVS
G
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
CS LE
IRIS CTL/IRIS Y
–10V
–5V
R
VIDEO SHIELD
20V
15V
5.5V
LENS GND
[PAINT R] paint R adjust knob
This is the knob which adjusts the R(Red) level of the paint
and manual white balance.
Turning the knob to the right will increase red.
For the adjust knob 15 and 16 , refer to the “MANUAL OPERATION” on page 17.
16
[PAINT B] paint B adjust knob
This is the knob which adjusts the B (Blue) level of the paint
and manual white balance.
Turning the knob to the right will increase blue .
17
[WHITE PAINT SET]
When this button is pressed, it becomes AUTO WHITE mode.
Refer to the “WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT” on page 13.
6
[VIDEO LEVEL FULL AUTO] full auto button and its LED
19
[LEVEL] video level adjust knob
This knob varies video level. Turning it to the right increases
the video level and turning it to the left reduces the video
level.
2. CONTROLS, INDICATIONS AND CONNECTORS (Cont’d)
CAMERA CONTROL [Rear side] (Cont’d)
25
AC- INPUT
24
RS-232C
SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
23
22
EXT REF
VD
21
20
OUTPUT
HD/VBS
LENS
REMOTE
FLASH
WEN
FREEZE
28
29
30
31
VIDEO
Y/C
EXT TRIGGER
RGB/COMPONENT
SIGNAL
EARTH
26
27
[Y/C] Y/C output signal connector (4 Pin)
20
25
This connector outputs Y/C separated video signal.
4
3
2
1
View from the rear
of the KY-F58
(4-pin connector, female)
21
Pin No.
Signal
1
2
3
4
GND (ground)
GND (ground)
Luminance (Y, 1 V(p-p), 75-ohm)
Chroma signal
(C, 0.286 V (p-p), 75-ohm) [U Ver.]
(C, 0.3 V (p-p), 75-ohm) [E Ver.]
[RS-232C] Communication port (D-Sub 9Pin)
Connect to an RS-232C interface in a personal computer
or other control unit.
Use a cross cable for connection.
1
View from the rear of the KY-F58
(9-pin connector, male)
6
5
Detail
Pin No.
Detail
1
2
3
4
5
NC
RxD
TxD
DTR
GND
6
7
8
9
DSR
RTS
CTS
NC
[AC INPUT] AC Power connector
It connects with a provided AC cable to a standard AC120V
electric outlet.
1
View from the rear of the KY-F58
(9-pin connector, female)
9
26
9
Pin No.
[RGB/COMPONENT] RGB/Component output connector
(9Pin)
This is the RGB/Component signal output connector.
To switch between the RGB and the COMPONENT on the
MENU screen.
Refer to the “TOTAL SETTING SCREEN” on page 25.
5
6
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
1
2
3
4
5
GND
GND
R/R-Y
G/Y
B/B-Y
6
7
8
9
VBS
SYNC
GND
GND
[SIGNAL EARTH] signal ground terminal
This is not a ground for safety from electrical shock. It is a
GND for signals among units.
[LENS REMOTE] lens remote control connector
It connects to the lens remote control unit (optional).
Refer to the “SYSTEM APPLICATION” on page 11.
9
1
2
8
10
22
[VIDEO] Video output connector (BNC)
7
12
3
11
This is the composite video signal output connector.
23
[HD/VBS] HD/VBS sync signal input connector (BNC)
This connector inputs HD (Horizontal sync signal) or VBS
(Composite video signal) to synchronize the unit.
Refer to the “SYSTEM APPLICATION” on page 11.
24
[VD] VD sync signal input connector (BNC)
This connector inputs VD (vertical sync signal) to synchronize the unit.,
4
6
View from the rear of the KY-F58
(12-pin connector, female)
5
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
1
2
3
4
5
6
SERVO SELECT(F)
SERVO SELECT(Z)
GND
IRIS C/L
IRIS CTL
12V
7
8
9
10
11
12
COM
FOCUS CTL
ZOOM CTL
SERVO SELECT(I)
COM (+V)
COM (–V)
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2. PARTS NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (Cont’d)
CAMERA CONTROL [Rear side] (Cont’d)
29
[FLASH] Flash signal output connector (BNC)
[FREEZE] freeze input connector
31
This is a trigger input signal connector from an external source.
It connects with an external trigger unit such as foot switch, etc.
A negative electrode signal with a pulse width of 20µ sec. to
50µ sec. and a pulse interval of 40 msec. or more should be
input for the trigger signal.
Refer to the “FREEZE SCREEN” on page 21.
When the FREEZE item is set to the FLASH, a flash signal
is output from this connector according to FREEZE input.
It is recommended to be used when the unit is operated
with a flash.
Refer to the “SYSTEM APPLICATION” on page 11.
Refer to the “FLASH Function” on page 28.
30
[WEN] write enable signal output connector (BNC)
It outputs the write enable signal.
Connect to the image processing unit, etc. .
Refer to the “SLOW SHUT FUNCTION” on page 27.
Refer to the “Random Trigger Function” on page 28
CAMERA HEAD
POWER
5
7
1
6
TO CCU
LENS
2
3
4
1
Lens mount
This is where the lens is to be mounted. It fits to the C mount
lens.
Refer to “MOUNTING THE LENS (T14X5.5MD) TO THE
CAMERA HEAD” on page 9.
2
When the power is supplied to a camera head, this LED
lights.
This is to connect a camera control unit (CCU) with a provided cable (5 m).
Refer to the “CONNECTING THE CAMERA HEAD AND
CCU” on page 10.
1
Camera mounting bracket (Accessory)
5
2
10
15
6
11
19
1/4 inch screw hole for camera mounting to a tripod
These are for mounting the camera to a fixed or rotating
table, etc.
4
[TO CCU] CCU connector
6
The camera mounting bracket is not installed on the camera when it is shipped from the factory.
Install it on the top or bottom of the camera according to
your requirements using the two provided camera mounting bracket fixing screws 4 .
Refer to the “HOW TO MOUNT THE CAMERA HEAD” on
page 10.
3
[POWER] power supply LED
5
16
View from the rear of the camera head
(20-pin connector, male)
For the signal names, refer to the “ 14
[TO CAMERA]” on page 6.
20
[LENS] lens connector
7
This is to connect the lens to be used.
Refer to the “MOUNTING THE OPTIONAL LENS (T14 X
5.5MD) TO THE CAMERA HEAD” on page 9.
The provided fixing screws for camera mounting bracket
(two of M2.6 x 6 mm)
7
8
Caution:
Make sure to use the provided screws.
Do not use a screw longer than 6 mm because it may cause
a malfunction.
6
5
3
2
4
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
1
LENS SEL
5
SERVO SEL
2
GND
6
ZOOM CTL
3
IRIS CTL/IRIS Y
7
FOCUS CTL
4
15V
8
IRIS CTL/IRIS Y
1
View from the rear of the camera head
(8-pin connector, female)
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3. CONNECTIONS
BASIC SYSTEMS
Mounting the optional lens (T14 X 5.5MD) to the camera head
(See page 9.)
male
Lens
(T14 x 5.5 MD)
Monitor
Camera head
To CCU
COLOR VIDEO
female
KY-F58
CAMERA
To LENS
How to mount the camera head
(See page 10.)
[LENS REMOTE]
Provided cable
(5m)
Connecting the camera
head and CCU
(See page 10.)
OUTPUT
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
PULL OPEN
FILES
MENU
1
䢇 Recommended Remote Controllers
• TCR-201F (CANON) for positioning control
2
3
SELECT
FREEZE
4
MEMORY
LENS REMOTE terminal
on the rear panel
POWER
male
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
LEVEL
ON
B
OFF
Note:
PAINT
To CAMERA
When using an extension cable, the screen
flickers slightly during the focusing operation..
CCU (Camera Control Unit)
female
LENS remote control
• The LENS remote controller
should be connected to the
REMOTE terminal on the rear
panel of the CCU or to LENS
REMOTE on the lens.
• RMD-10 (FUJINON) for speed control
MOUNTING THE OPTIONAL LENS (T14 X 5.5MD) TO THE CAMERA HEAD
Camera head
1. Remove the lens mount cap for the camera.
3.
Be careful no dust gets into the mounting hole when you
remove it.
Screws
2. Attach the screw of the camera head mount section to that
Mount fastening ring
of the lens mount section. Turn the mount fastening ring
slowly clockwise and fix the lens to the camera head by
screwing it firmly.
Lens
2.
To change the attitude angle of the lens rotating direction.
1 Turn the mount fastening ring counter-clockwise from the
lens side.
2 Turn the lens slowly to adjust the attitude angle, and fasten it again firmly with the mount fastening ring.
Note:
The KY-F58 is not equipped with a lens.
When a lens other than the T14x5.5MD
of the 3-CCD C-mount lens is used, it may
cause the KY-F58 to malfunction. When
such a lens is used, the lens' height
should not be more than 4 mm above the
lens mount surface.
4mm or less
3. Plug in the lens cable to the LENS connector of the camera
head and fasten it firmly.
Lens
For more details, refer to the Instructions for the Lens.
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3. CONNECTIONS (Cont’d)
HOW TO MOUNT THE CAMERA HEAD
Camera mounting bracket
䡵 How To Mount The Bracket
䡵 How To Mount The Camera
The camera mounting bracket is not
installed on the camera when it is
shipped from the factory.
Install it on the top or bottom of the
camera according to your requirements using the two provided camera mounting bracket fixing screws.
Note:
Camera mounting
screw hole (1/4 inch)
Be sure to use the provided bracket
fixing screws when installing the
camera. Screws longer than 6 mm
may cause a malfunction.
M2.6 X 6mm
Drop prevention
wire
6mm
Camera head
When this unit is mounted to a
fixed or a rotating table, fix it to
the camera mounting screw
hole located on the camera
mounting bracket.
• To prevent dropping, when
this unit is mounted to a fixer
or a rotating table, fix it firmly
by using the rotation prevention hole.
Rotation prevention hole
䡵 Drop prevention
• When this unit is installed on a ceiling or a wall, special care is required. Do
not try to install it by yourself. Leave this to a specialist. If the unit drops
from the ceiling or the wall, it may injure people or cause an accident.
• To prevent the unit from dropping, install it securely to the place, and attach
it with a wire, etc. For the installation, use the bracket fixing screw hole
located on the side where there is no camera mounting bracket
attached.(M2.6 x 6 mm)
Give thought to the length of the drop prevention wire.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA HEAD AND CCU (CAMERA CONTROL UNIT)
Camera head
female male
arrow
arrow
mark
mark
female
male
Tight until there is no gap between two cables.
arrow
mark
CCU
female
female
male
male
male
female
Camera cable for extension
Provided camera cable
● When connecting a cable to the camera head and CCU, place the arrow mark on the connector on top. Then insert it firmly
until there is no gap with the terminal by tightening it.
Note:
● For extending cable, use the optional camera cables.
Make
sure to loosen the connector ring completely before

see service manual
5 m camera cable: VC-P805

unplugging the cable, otherwise the connector may be dam10 m camera cable: VC-P810  (No. 60116)
aged.
The maximum cable length is up to 25 m.
Note:
When the cable is extended to 25 m, JVC guarantees only the operation and not the performance.
● When connecting cables, match the arrow marks on each cables. Also, make sure to connect a male connector and a
female connector.
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3. CONNECTIONS (Cont’d)
Camera head
VD
Microscope adapter
HZ-M161/M162/M163
HD/VBS
(Front panel)
AC- INPUT
RS-232C
SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
LENS
REMOTE
To 120V AC
EXT REF
VD
LENS
REMOTE
OUTPUT
HD/VBS
VIDEO
Y/C
EXT TRIGGER
FLASH
FLASH
WEN
FREEZE
WEN
KY-F58
COLOR VIDEO CAMERA
SYSTEM APPLICATION
;
;
Microscope
Flash light
RGB/COMPONENT
FREEZE VIDEO
VD
HD/VBS
RGB
WEN
VIDEO IN
Lens remote control
Foot switch, etc.
䡵 To start a flash light with a foot switch
• Connect an external trigger such as a foot switch to the
FREEZE connector.
• Connect a flash light to the FLASH connector.
• Set the FREEZE MENU to “FLASH”.
Monitor
Image processing unit
Note:
Before starting the connection, please thoroughly read the
Technical Information on page 26 and following.
䡵 To output an image from the KY-F58 under the timing of the image processing unit
• Connect an external sync signal of the image processing
unit to the VD and HD/VBS connector of this unit.
• Connect the image output connector to the image input
connector of the image processing unit.
䡵 To output an image to the image processing unit
under the timing of the KY-F58
• Connect the WEN (Write Enable) connector of the KY-F58
to the image processing unit.
• Connect the image output connector to the image input
connector of the image processing unit.
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4. BASIC ADJUSTMENTS BEFORE USE (Be sure)
MONITOR ADJUSTMENT
AC- INPUT
RS-232C
SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
EXT REF
VD
LENS
REMOTE
Perform the adjustments for color, contrast and luminance by
displaying the color bar signal built into the KY-F58 on the monitor.
OUTPUT
HD/VBS
VIDEO
Y/C
MONITOR
RGB/COMPONENT
EXT TRIGGER
FLASH
WEN
FREEZE
1. Connect a color video monitor to the VIDEO OUPUT terminal of the KY-F58.
2. Open the cover and switch the Lock switch to OFF.
3. Press the “ITEM+” button to output the color bar signal (the
1.
color bar conforms to the SMPTE [U Ver.] or EBU [E Ver.] )
4. While displaying the color bar, set the BLUE CHECK of the
To Monitor
2. 3.
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
LOCK
MENU
ITEM+
SET
ITEM-
FILES
DATA+
1
ON
2
5. [U Ver.]
FREEZE
3
4
BARS
ON
1 2 3 4 RESET
DATA-
SELECT
MEMORY
OFF
Turn the CHROMA adjustment volume on the monitor to
adjust the color bar so that the brightness of 1 and 8 ,
and 7 and 14 become the same.
[E Ver.]
Turn the CHROMA adjustment volume on the monitor to
adjust the color bar so that the brightness of 1 and 7
become the same.
POWER
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
LEVEL
ON
B
OFF
PAINT
6. [U Ver.]
SMPTE type color bars [U Ver.]
White
Yellow
Cyan
1
2
3
Blue
8
Green Magenta
Black Magenta Black
9
Red
Blue
5
6
7
Cyan
Black
White
12
13
14
4
10
11
Blue
White
Black
15
16
17
monitor to “ON”.
The screen becomes blue only mode and color bar becomes
blue stripe pattern.
18
19
20
21
EBU type color bars [E Ver.]
While the BLUE CHECK is ON, turn the PHASE adjustment volume of the monitor to adjust the color bar, so that
the brightness of 3 and 10 , and 5 and 12 become the
same.
[E Ver.]
While the BLUE CHECK is ON, turn the PHASE adjustment volume of the monitor to adjust the color bar, so that
the brightness of 3 and 5 become the same.
7. [U Ver.]
In case the brightness of 1 and 8 , and 7 and 14 change
when carrying out the PHASE adjustment, start the procedure again from step 4 .
[E Ver.]
In case the brightness of 1 and 7 change when carrying
out the PHASE adjustment, start the procedure again from
step 4 .
8. Set the BLUE CHECK of the monitor to OFF to return to the
White
Yellow
Cyan
Green Magenta
Red
Blue
Black
normal screen (to display all colors, R, G and B).
9. [U Ver.] only
Adjust the BRIGHT adjustment volume of the monitor, so
that 18 and 19 disappear and 20 becomes visible.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10. When the adjustment is completed, press the “ITEM+” button again to return to the normal screen.
12 Revised in August 1998
4. BASIC ADJUSTMENTS BEFORE USE (Cont’d)
WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT
The color of light (color temperature) is different according to the color source. When the main light source lighting an object is
changed, readjust the white balance as well.
< How To Set >
4.5.6.
5.6.
2. 10.
3.7.
1.
1.
2.
LIGHT
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
LOCK
ITEM+
SET
ITEM-
FILES
DATA+
1
2
3
FREEZE
4
BARS
ON
4.
MENU
ON
1 2 3 4 RESET
DATA-
SELECT
3.
4.
MEMORY
OFF
POWER
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
LEVEL
ON
B
OFF
5.
PAINT
FULL AUTO button
9.
CURSOR
Setting value
Item
– – – MENU – – –
MENU SCREEN
: 3200K
: AUTO
: OFF
:
:
:
6.
WHITE BALANCE SCREEN
7.
8.
A U T O WH I T E
OP E R A T I ON
AUTO WHITE OPERATION
OK
A U T O WH I T E
ERROR : OVER LIGHT
Move a cursor to the “2. WHITE BALANCE” with the ITEM
button. Then press the SET button to display the “WHITE BALANCE” screen.
Select the COLOR TEMP item on the “WHITE BALANCE”
screen with the ITEM button. (Setting value starts blinking when
the required item is selected.)
The setting value suitable for usage condition can be selected
with the DATA button.
9.
Select the “WHITE BAL” item on the “WHITE BALANCE” screen
with the ITEM button. Set the setting value to AUTO with the
DATA button.
Return to the normal screen by pressing the MENU button twice.
Place a white object under the same lighting condition as the
shooting object, and zoom in to fill the screen with white.
Press the WHITE PAINT SET button
●While AUTO WHITE is being operated, “OPERATION” signals are output from each OUTPUT connector.
●When the white balance is adjusted correctly, “OK” is displayed.
ERROR : OBJECT (object in an unfavorable condition)
When there is not enough white color in the object or the color
temperature is not suitable, this error message is displayed.
Change the object into a white object and readjust the white
balance.
AUTO WHITE OK
OBJECT IN AN UNFAVORABLE
CONDITION
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen.
●Error display:
A U T O WH I T E
A U T O WH I T E
NG : OBJECT
Select the “FILE” for the white balance to be adjusted by the
SELECT button. (The LED for the selected file lights.)
3200 K: For a low color temperature light source such as a
halogen lamp, etc. .
5200 K: For a high color temperature light source such as the
sun, etc. .
– – – WHITE BALANCE – – –
COLOR TEMP
WHITE BAL
SHADING MODE
LEVEL<R>
LEVEL<G>
LEVEL<B>
1:VIDEO LEVEL..
2:WHITE BALANCE..
3:FREEZE..
4:PROCESS..
5:TOTAL SETTING..
Open the cover and set the Lock Switch to OFF.
A U T O WH I T E
ERROR : LOW LIGHT
SHORTAGE OF LIGHT
ERROR : LOW LIGHT (shortage of light)
This message is displayed when the light is dark. Turn the
light up and readjust the white balance.
ERROR : OVER LIGHT (excess of light)
• This message is displayed when the light is too bright. Turn
the light down and readjust the white balance.
• If the color temperature of the object is changed when turning the light down, press the FULL AUTO button on the panel
side and readjust the white balance.
10. Press the MEMORY button to register the white balance in
EXCESS OF LIGHT
the FILE for two seconds.
If color is added to the top or bottom of the screen after adjusting the white balance, carry out the white shading adjustment explained in the next section.
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4. BASIC ADJUSTMENT BEFORE USE (Cont’d)
WHITE SHADING ADJUSTMENT
Green or magenta color appears on the top or bottom of the screen, this is because the white balance is adjusted at the center of the
screen but not at the top or bottom of the screen. This is caused by the characteristics of a lens and to compensate it is called white
shading compensation.
<How To Set >
1. 2. 3.4.
6.
After performing the WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT procedure 1. to 10., carry out the following settings.
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
LOCK
MENU
ITEM+
SET
ITEM-
FILES
DATA+
1
ON
2
FREEZE
3
4
BARS
ON
1 2 3 4 RESET
DATA-
SELECT
MEMORY
OFF
POWER
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
LEVEL
ON
B
OFF
1.
2.
Display the MENU screen by pressing the MENU button.
Move a cursor to “2. WHITE BALANCE” with the ITEM button, then press the SET button to display the “WHITE BALANCE” screen.
PAINT
3. Set the SHADING MODE item to the “MANUAL” by pressing
the DATA+ button or the DATA– button.
4. Change the items on the LEVEL<R>, LEVEL<G> and
– – – WHITE BALANCE – – –
:
:
:
:
:
:
COLOR TEMP
WHITE BAL
SHADING MODE
LEVEL<R>
LEVEL<G>
LEVEL<B>
3200K
AUTO
MANUAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
LEVEL<B> with the DATA+ and DATA- button while watching
the monitor screen.
When the number increases, the color on the bottom of the
screen is suppressed and the color on the top is emphasized.
WHITE BALANCE SCREEN
5. When the settings for all channels (R channel, G channel, B
channel) are completed, carry out the white balance adjustment again.
6. To register the setting values of the white shading to the FILE,
return to the normal screen then press the MEMORY button
for 2 seconds or more.
FULL TIME AUTO-WHITE FUNCTION
With the FULL TIME AUTO-WHITE ADJUSTMENT function, even if the lighting condition is changed, this function will trail it automatically in order to adjust the white balance to the optimum condition.
1. 2. 3.
<How To Set >
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
LOCK
MENU
ITEM+
DATA+
ON
FILES
1
2
FREEZE
3
4
BARS
SET
ON
1 2 3 4 RESET
ITEM-
DATA-
SELECT
MEMORY
OFF
POWER
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
ton, then press the SET button to display the “WHITE BALANCE” screen.
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
LEVEL
1. Display the MENU screen by pressing the MENU button.
2. Move a cursor to “2. WHITE BALANCE” with the ITEM but-
ON
B
OFF
3. Set the item WHITE BAL to the FAW with the DATA+ and
PAINT
DATA- button.
Note:
– – – WHITE BALANCE – – –
COLOR TEMP
WHITE BAL
SHADING MODE
LEVEL<R>
LEVEL<G>
LEVEL<B>
: 3200K
: FAW
: OFF
:
:
:
If the whole screen consists of one color, an object has many
colors or the color temperature of the light source varies, the
appropriate full time auto white balance may not be adjusted.
In this case, carry out the “WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT”
on page 13.
WHITE BALANCE SCREEN
Color temperature
2500 K 3000 K 4000 K
Red-ish
5000 K
6000 K
White-ish
Incandescent
lamp
Halogen Fluorescent
lamp
(Sun light)
lamp
7000 K
Blue-ish
Bright cloudy sky
The range of FULL TIME AUTO WHITE function
2800K
14
8000 K 15000 K
5. OPERATION
FILE SETTING
There are four scene files to be set by dip switch depending on the operating conditions.
Scene File A including four sub files are all set to the standard shipment setting values. Change the settings according to the requirements.
Scene File B, C and D should be set to required file settings before use such as Slit inspection, Microscope 1 , Microscope 2 , etc.
Note:
Before carry out operations below, make sure the LOCK switch is turned OFF.
䡵 Scene File Setting
Select the “Scene File” with the dip switch 1 and 2 according
to the purposes.
Scene File
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
LOCK
MENU
ITEM+
SET
ITEM-
DATA+
ON
FILES
1
2
3
B
ON
SELECT button
ON
A
DIP switch
Dip switch setting
FREEZE
MEMORY
OFF
POWER
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
1234
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
C
ON
SELECT
LEVEL
ON
B
D
OFF
ON
ON
DATA-
1234
4
BARS
1 2 3 4 RESET
1234
Example for use
1. OFF
Standard
2. OFF
setting
3, 4. Do not switch over
1. ON
Slit
2. OFF
Inspection
3, 4. Do not switch over
1. OFF
Microscope 1
2. ON
3, 4. Do not switch over
1234
1. ON
2. ON
Microscope
3, 4. Do not switch over
2
PAINT
Note:
Switch off the power when switching the Scene File over. If
it is carried out while the power is ON, it will not be changed.
䡵 FILE Setting
Each Scene File has four of sub files (FILE) to be set.
Each time the SELECT button is pressed, it is switched in the
order of
FILE1
FILE2
FILE3
FILE4 .
It takes 1 second to switch over the FILE. LED blinks rapidly
during the FILE switching operation.
Note:
Do not perform other operations during the LED blinking, it
may cause the KY-F58 to malfunction.
The FILE setting is completed when the LED stops blinking, and
lights.
䡵 Changing setting values
Changing setting
values
The setting value is changed for each file.
Refer to the “6. SETTINGS ON THE MENU SCREEN” on
page 18.
MEMORY button
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
LOCK
MENU
ITEM+
SET
ITEM-
DATA+
ON
FILES
1
2
3
FREEZE
4
BARS
ON
1 2 3 4 RESET
DATA-
SELECT
MEMORY
OFF
POWER
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
LEVEL
ON
B
OFF
PAINT
䡵 Registration to the FILE
Setting values can be registered to each FILE.
Press the MEMORY button for 2 sec. or more for registration.
The setting value is registered to the FILE which LED lights. It
takes approx. 2 sec. for registration. During the registration,
the LED blinks slowly.
The FILE registration is completed when the LED stops blinking, and lights.
Note:
• To register a value which has been changed on the MENU
screen or with a volume level knob, make sure to register
any changes in the selected file. If the power is turned off
without registering the changes, they will be automatically
erased.
• Do not perform other operations during the LED blinking, it
may cause the KY-F58 to malfunction.
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5. OPERATION (Cont’d)
FILE SETTING (Cont’d)
䡵 RESET
Initial Values of Scene File A
Item
Initial Values
LENS TYPE
AUTO
IRIS CONTOROL
AUTO
SHUTTER
NORMAL
----------
LEVEL
0 dB
GAIN
Note:
Do not perform any other operations during the resetting.
Otherwise, the values will not be initialized properly.
----------
LEVEL
ALC MAX
+18 dB
IRIS DETECT
NORMAL
DETECT AREA
NORMAL
COLOR TEMP
3200K
WHITE BAL
AUTO
SHADING MODE
OFF
tip.
----------
LEVEL < G >
----------
LEVEL < B >
---------NORMAL
FREEZE TRG
ALTERNATE
HI-RESO
OFF
CAPTURE
FRAME
RANDOM SHUT
----------
SLOW SHOT
----------
DETAIL
NORMAL
MASTER BLACK
NORMAL
NEGA
OFF
AUTO KNEE
OFF
KNEE POINT
110%
GAMMA
ON
NORMAL
FLARE < B >
NORMAL
ABL
ADJUST
D-SUB OUT
Initial Values
R/G/B
ON SYNC
OFF
LENS CONTROL
CONTROLLER
INDICATOR
CABLE LENGTH
Note:
The TOTAL SETTING screen will not be initialized.
䢇 All files reset
The setting values for all of the 16 files are initialized.
1. Press the RESET button with something which has a pointed
tip while pressing the SET button simultaneously.
2. When resetting starts the LEDs for the FILES 1 - 4 are turned
The TOTAL SETTING screen will not be initialized.
NORMAL
TOTAL SETTING Initial Values
Item
for approx. 3 sec.
Note:
FLARE < R >
ABL LEVEL
2. When the reset starts, the LED for the selected file blinks
off for 5 sec. Then the LED of the file selected before the
reset blinks for approx. 3 sec. The reset is completed when
the LED stops blinking, and lights.
100%
WHITE CLIP
䢇 Individual file reset
The current selected file setting values are reset to the initial
values.
1. Press the RESET button with something which has a pointed
LEVEL < R >
FREEZE
16
It returns the values set on the MENU screen to the initial
values.
There are three different RESET items: Individual file reset,
All files reset, and Reset for the TOTAL SETTING only.
OFF
5M
H PHASE
0
SC COARSE
0
SC FINE
0
䢇 Reset for the TOTAL SETTING only
The values of the TOTAL SETTING which are common for all
files are initialized.
1. Press the RESET button with something which has a pointed
tip while pressing the ITEM button simultaneously.
2. When the reset starts, the LED for the currently selected
FILE blinks for approx. 3 sec. The reset is completed when
the LED stops blinking, and lights.
5. OPERATION (Cont’d)
MANUAL OPERATION
䡵 WHITE PAINT
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
LOCK
MENU
ITEM+
SET
ITEM-
DATA+
ON
FILES
1
2
3
FREEZE
4
BARS
ON
1 2 3 4 RESET
DATA-
SELECT
MEMORY
OFF
POWER
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
LEVEL
ON
B
OFF
PAINT
PAINT (R)
PAINT (B)
The red and blue colors of the video signal from each output can be
adjusted with the two adjust knobs PAINT(R) and PAINT (B).
The amount of variation possible with the volume controls may be
different in the WHITE PAINT mode and the MANUAL WHITE mode.
䢇 Manual White
When the item for the WHITE BAL on the WHITE BALANCE
screen is set to MANUAL, the red and blue color levels can be
adjusted.
• Turning the PAINT (R) adjust knob to the right will increase the
red and turning it to the left will decrease it.
Turning the PAINT (B) adjust knob to the right will increase the
blue and turning it to the left will decrease it.
<Variable Range>
• When the COLOR TEMP is set to 3200K, the color temperature can be changed from 2000K up to 5600K.
• When the COLOR TEMP is set to 5200K, the color temperature can be changed from 4500K up to 15000K.
䢇 White Paint
When the item for the WHITE BAL on the WHITE BALANCE
screen is set to AUTO, the red and blue colors should also be
finely adjusted against the white balance which has been set in
accordance with the WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT on page
13.
• Turning the PAINT (R) adjust knob to the right will slightly increase the red and turning it to the left will slightly decrease it.
• Turning the PAINT (B) adjust knob to the right will slightly increase the blue and turning it to the left will slightly decrease it.
䡵 VIDEO LEVEL
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
LOCK
MENU
ITEM+
SET
ITEM-
DATA+
ON
FILES
1
2
3
FREEZE
4
BARS
ON
1 2 3 4 RESET
DATA-
SELECT
MEMORY
OFF
POWER
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
䢇 Convergence Level Adjustment.
The convergence level which is a standard value for the Auto
Iris can be finely adjusted.
• Turning the LEVEL adjust knob to the right opens the lens
iris approximately three diaphragms at the maximum.
• Turning the LEVEL adjust knob to the left closes the lens iris
approximately three diaphragms at the maximum.
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
LEVEL
ON
B
OFF
PAINT
FULL AUTO
LEVEL
Full
Auto
Lens
Type
Iris
Control
Other
conditions
ON
–
–
–
MANUAL
–
Volume
Operation
Convergence
Adjustment Level
Convergence
Adjustment Level
ALC,ALC + EEI,EEI
Except for the
above
OFF
AUTO
Not functional
Convergence
Adjustment Level
Manual Iris
Adjustment
–
AUTO
–
MANUAL
䡵 FREEZE
䢇 Manual Iris Adjustment
The lens iris can be adjusted from OPEN to CLOSE.
• Turning the LEVEL adjust knob to the right opens the lens
iris to the IRIS OPEN.
• Turning the LEVEL adjust knob to the left closes the lens iris
to the IRIS CLOSE.
䢇 Non Operational
The video level can not be varied by turning the LEVEL adjust
knob.
FREEZE
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
LOCK
MENU
ITEM+
SET
ITEM-
DATA+
ON
FILES
1
2
3
FREEZE
4
BARS
1 2 3 4 RESET
ON
The video signal level at each OUTPUT can be varied with the
LEVEL adjust knob. With regard to the amount of the video level
variability available at the FULL AUTO button by using the LEVEL
adjust knob, refer to the chart on the left.
DATA-
SELECT
MEMORY
OFF
POWER
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
LEVEL
ON
B
When the FREEZE button is pressed, the display LED lights and
each output signal is frozen. The LED lights during FREEZE
mode.
Refer to the “FREEZE SCREEN” on page 21.
Refer to the “FLASH Function” on page 28.
OFF
PAINT
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6. SETTING ON THE MENU SCREEN
MENU OPERATION
Note:
To register the setting values which are changed on the MENU screen to the FILE, select the FILE with the set up SW and the
SELECT button before displaying the MENU screen. Also, make sure to turn off the power before switching the set up SW.
1.7.
<How To Operate>
2. 3.5. 6.
LOCK
MENU
ITEM+
SET
ITEM-
1. Set the LOCK switch to OFF.
2. Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen.
3. Move the cursor to the required item (SUB MENU) by press-
DATA+
ON
BARS
ON
1 2 3 4 RESET
DATA-
OFF
ing the ITEM+ or ITEM– button.
4.7.
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
LOCK
MENU
ITEM+
SET
ITEM-
DATA+
ON
FILES
1
2
3
FREEZE
ITEM+ or ITME– button.
4
BARS
ON
1 2 3 4 RESET
DATA-
SELECT
MEMORY
OFF
POWER
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
4. Press the SET button to display the SUB MENU screen.
5. Select the required item in the SUB MENU by pressing the
LEVEL
ON
B
OFF
PAINT
6. Change the setting value of the item by pressing the DATA+
or DATA– button.
7. When the change is completed, press the MENU button to
return to the normal screen. To prevent from the error operation, set the LOCK switch to ON.
Set up switch
SELECT button
MENU SCREEN FLOW
Normal screen
CURSOR
MENU
(SUB MENU SCREEN)
MENU
– – – MENU – – –
1:VIDEO LEVEL..
2:WHITE BALANCE..
3:FREEZE..
4:PROCESS..
5:TOTAL SETTING..
MAIN MENU screen
– – – SIGNAL LEVEL – – –
Move the cursor with the ITEM+
or ITEM- button to select the SUB
MENU with the SET button.
(Press the MENU button to
return to the normal screen.)
<Sub Menu screen>
VIDEO LEVEL
This sets video signals such as shutter, iris, sensitivity, etc.
WHITE BALANCE
This sets items for WHITE BALANCE and WHITE SHADING.
FREEZE
This sets items regarding the memory such as timing to input
images into the KY-F58 memory, slow shutter function, etc.
LENS TYPE
IRIS CONTROL
SHUTTER
LEVEL
GAIN
LEVEL
ALC MAX
IRIS DETECT
DETECT AREA
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
AUTO
AUTO
NORMAL
---------0dB
---------+18dB
NORMAL
NORMAL
Note:
The data set at the TOTAL SETTING is common to all
files.
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COLOR TEMP
WHITE BAL
SHADING MODE
LEVEL <R>
LEVEL <G>
LEVEL <B>
:
:
:
:
:
:
3200K
AUTO
OFF
----------------------------
– – – MEMORY – – –
FREEZE
FREEZE TRG
HI-RESO
CAPTURE
RANDOM SHUT
SLOW SHUT
:
:
:
:
:
:
NORMAL
ALTERNATE
OFF
FRAME
-------------------
White balance setting menu screen
– – – PROCESS(1/2) – – –
Memory environment setting screen
PROCESS
This sets fine settings for output signals such as contour compensation, KNEE POINT, etc.
TOTAL SETTING
For setting the connection to units other than KY-F58 such as
D-SUB terminal, lens control terminal, external sync, etc.
– – – WHITE BALANCE – – –
Image setting menu screen
– – – TOTAL SETTINGS – – –
D-SUB OUT
ON SYNC
LENS CONTROL
INDICATOR
CABLE LENGTH
H PHASE
SC CORASE
SC FINE
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
R/G/B
OFF
CONTROLLER
OFF
5M
0
0
0
Total setting menu screen
DETAIL
MASTER BLACK
NEGA
AUTO KNEE
KNEE POINT
WHITE CLIP
GAMMA
FLARE<R>
FLARE<B>
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
NORMAL
NORMAL
OFF
OFF
100%
110%
ON
NORMAL
NORMAL
– – – PROCESS(2/2) – – –
ABL
LEVEL
: ADJUST
: NORMAL
Process setting screen
ITEM+, –
button
6. SETTING ON THE MENU SCREEN (Cont’d)
VIDEO LEVEL SCREEN
Item
Functions and operation
Variables values
LENS TYPE
Switch over between AUTO and MANUAL according to the lens to be used.
AUTO
: Set it when an automatic iris lens is used.
MANUAL : Set it when a manual iris lens is used or no lens is used.
AUTO
MANUAL
IRIS
CONTROL
Switch over between AUTO and MANUAL for iris setting when a automatic iris lens is used.
AUTO
: Iris can be adjusted automatically.
MANUAL : Iris can be adjusted by manually.
Note:
When AUTO is set, make sure to set the FREEZE item of the FREEZE screen to the
NORMAL.
AUTO
MANUAL
SHUTTER
This is to change the shutter mode.
NORMAL : Fixed with 1/60 [U Ver.] or 1/50 [E Ver.].
: Shutter speed can be changed at the “LEVEL” item. (Fix value)
STEP
: Shutter speed varies automatically depending on brightness of the object.
EEI
(Max. approx. 1/1920) [U Ver.] , (Max·approx. 1/1600) [E Ver.]
V.SCAN : Adjust the shutter speed to the scanning speed of the computer's
monitor, so that the horizontal lines do not appear when taking a shot
of the computer monitor. The shutter speed can be varied finely at the
“LEVEL” item.
Note:
This item cannot be set only when the FREEZE item on the FREEZE screen is
set to NORMAL. (not available with RANDOM, TRG, FLASH, SLOW SHUT).
The shutter speed is set to that at the FREEZE screen .
NORMAL
STEP
EEI
V.SCAN
LEVEL
The shutter speed can be varied when the SHUTTER is set to the V.SCAN or the
STEP.
Increase shutter speed: Press the DATA+ button.
Decrease shutter speed: Press the DATA- button.
It is recommended to set the RANDOM SHUT to 1/100 [U Ver.] or 1/120 [E Ver.] in
the area with 50 Hz [U Ver.] or 60Hz [E Ver.] to decrease flickers when an object is
shot under a fluorescent lamp.
Note:
When the shutter speed is increased, the light volume may not be high
enough. Therefore an adjustment of the lens’ iris or sensitivity is necessary.
Also, attention is required to the picture quality because the GAIN is boosted,
the sensitivity increases and causes a rough appearance to the picture.
[U Ver.]
V.SCAN
1/60.6 - 1/9936.4
STEP
1/100,1/250,
1/500,1/1000,1/2000
Sensitivity mode can be changed.
0 dB
: Sensitivity does not increase.
ALC
: GAIN is varied automatically according to brightness.
(Max. GAIN can be set at the next item, ALC MAX.)
STEP : Sensitivity can be changed at the “LEVEL” item. (Fix value)
V.GAIN : GAIN can be varied at the “LEVEL” item.
Note:
ALC can not be set when the FREEZE item of the FREEZE screen is set to
RANDOM TRG, Flash or SLOW.
0 dB
ALC
STEP
V.GAIN
The sensitivity can be varied when the GAIN is set to the V.GAIN or STEP.
Increase sensitivity: Press the DATA+ button.
Decrease sensitivity: Press the DATA- button.
V.GAIN
+0.2dB - +18.0dB
(0.2 dB step)
GAIN
LEVEL
[E Ver.]
V.SCAN
1/50.4 - 1/9900.0
STEP
1/120,1/250,
1/500,1/1000,1/2000
STEP
+6dB, +9dB, +12dB,
+18dB
ALC MAX
Max. GAIN for the ALC which changes the sensitivity automatically according to
brightness.
+6 dB: Max. GAIN is 6 dB.
+12 dB: Max. GAIN is 12 dB.
+18 dB: Max. GAIN is 18 dB.
+6dB
+12dB
+18dB
IRIS DETECT
The setting value of the detection level in the AUTO IRIS mode can be varied.
NORMAL : Normal position
PEAK
: The max. value (peak level) of the brightness is detected to make the
highlight object more clearly.
AVG
: The average value of the brightness is detected to make the object
more clear.
NORMAL
PEAK
AVG
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6. SETTING ON THE MENU SCREEN (Cont’d)
VIDEO LEVEL SCREEN (Cont’d)
Function and operation
Item
DETECT
AREA
Variable values
It sets the detection area with the AUTO IRIS mode. Change this according to the
condition of use.
Detecting
area
Detecting
area
Detecting
area
NORMAL
CIRCLE
Detecting
area
Detecting
area
RECTANGLE
FULL
NORMAL
CIRCLE
SQUARE
RECTANGLE
FULL
SQUARE
WHITE BALANCE SCREEN
Function and operation
Item
Variable values
COLOR TEMP
The basic color temperature of the white balance can be set.
3200 K: For low color temperature light source such as a halogen lamp, etc.
5200 K: For a high color temperature light source such as the sun, etc.
3200K
5200K
WHITE
BALANCE
Different modes for the white balance can be set.
MANUAL : White balance can be varied manually with the “PAINT R” adjust knob
or the “PAINT B” adjust knob.
PRESET : White balance is fixed to the setting value (3200 K or 5200 K) of the
“COLOR TEMP.” item.
: It is set to carry out the white balance adjustment.
AUTO
Refer to the “WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT” on page 13.
: The white balance trails automatically even when the lighting condition
FAW
is changed.
Refer to the “FULL TIME AUTO-WHITE FUNCTION” on page 14.
MANUAL
PRESET
AUTO
FAW
[Variable values of COLOR TEMP. and WHITE BALANCE]
COLOR
TEMP
WHITE
BALANCE
AUTO
3200K
FAW
MANUAL
PRESET
AUTO
FAW
5200K
MANUAL
PRESET
20
COLOR TEMPERATURE
2000K
2500K
2800K
3200K
4500K
5200K
5600K
8000K
15000K
6. SETTING ON THE MENU SCREEN (Cont’d)
WHITE BALANCE SCREEN (Cont’d)
Functions and operation
Item
Variable values
It sets whether the WHITE SHADING mode is ON or OFF.
OFF
: WHITE SHADING mode is off.
MANUAL : WHITE SHADING adjustment can be carried out.
Adjust it with LEVEL<R>, LEVEL<G> and LEVEL<B>.
Refer to the "WHITE SHADING ADJUSTMENT" on page 14.
OFF
MANUAL
LEVEL(R )
The red color of the white shading can be adjusted only when the SHADING MODE
is set to the MANUAL.
Higher number : Red color at the bottom of the screen is suppressed and that at
the top of the screen becomes stronger.
Lower number : Red color at the bottom of the screen becomes stronger and that
at the top of the screen is suppressed.
+127
to
NORMAL
to
–128
LEVEL(G )
The green color of the white shading can be adjusted only when the SHADING MODE
is set to the MANUAL.
Higher number : Green color at the bottom of the screen is suppressed and that at
the top of the screen becomes stronger.
Lower number : Green color at the bottom of the screen becomes stronger and
that at the top of the screen is suppressed.
+127
to
NORMAL
to
–128
LEVEL(B)
The blue color of the white shading can be adjusted only when the SHADING MODE
is set to the MANUAL.
Higher number : Blue color at the bottom of the screen is suppressed and that at
the top of the screen becomes stronger.
Lower number : Blue color at the bottom of the screen becomes stronger and that
at the top of the screen is suppressed.
+127
to
NORMAL
to
–128
SHADING
MODE
FREEZE SCREEN
Item
FREEZE
Functions and operation
KY-F58 stores the video signal into its memory and outputs the FREEZE signal
(freeze picture) from each OUTPUT connector on the rear panel.
It sets the timing of freeze or whether it is operated together with a flash light or not.
Note:
• The FREEZE input will not be received for approximately 5 seconds after the
power is turn on.
• Approximately 4 seconds is required until switching the mode.
Variable values
NORMAL
RANDOM TRG
FLASH
SLOW SHUT
NORMAL : The image is stored in the KY-F58’s memory when the FREEZE
button is pressed or when the signal is input from the FREEZE
connector on the rear panel.
RANDOM : No signal is output from the FLASH terminal at this time.
This is set with the external trigger timing when recording an object in
TRG
quick motion.
The shutter speed is set at the “RANDOM SHUT”.
Refer to the “Random Trigger Function” on page 28.
Note:
If the “FREEZE” item is set to “RANDOM TRG” when the power is
turned on, approximately 5 seconds is required until the FREEZE
signal is input. In this time, the camera video signal will not be
output to each OUTPUT connector.
: When the FREEZE button is pressed or when a signal is input from
the FREEZE terminal on the rear panel, a flash signal is output from
the FLASH connector and the image is stored in the memory of the
KY-F58. At this time, the item for the HI-RESO is fixed to ON.
Because the image is stopped at each frame, the image influenced by
the flash is fully scanned vertically. This function cannot be used
together with an electronic shutter.
Refer to the “FLASH Function” on page 28.
SLOW SHUT : It is set when recording an object in a dark place.
The freeze interval is set at the “SLOW SHUT”.
Refer to the “Slow Shutter Function” on page 27.
FLASH
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6. SETTING ON THE MENU SCREEN (Cont’d)
FREEZE SCREEN (Cont’d)
Functions and operation
Item
Variable values
FREEZE
TRG
The output signal corresponding to the FREEZE input is set.
ALTERNATE : Each time FREEZE is input, it switches over between FREEZE
and RELEASE.
(FREEZE → RELEASE → FREEZE → RELEASE → • • • )
MOMENTARY : Each time FREEZE is input, it advances another FREEZE function
to output new images.
(FREEZE → FREEZE → FREEZE → FREEZE → • • • )
ALTERNATE
MOMENTARY
HI-RESO
It sets the storage mode of CCD.
OFF : Field is stored. (1/60 sec, [U Ver.] or 1/50 sec. [E Ver.])
ON : Frame is stored. (1/30 sec, [U Ver.] or 1/25 sec. [E Ver.])
OFF
ON
CAPTURE
It sets the storage mode to the KY-F58.
: The image in the odd number fields are output to the both fields.
ODD
EVEN : The image in the even number fields are output to the both fields.
FRAME : A frame is read. (When recording an object in high speed, the object
may be blurred.)
ODD
EVEN
FRAME
RANDOM
SHUT
It sets the shutter speed of the random trigger.
It can be set only when the FREEZE is set to the RANDOM TRG.
• To increase the shutter speed : Press the DATA+ button.
• To decrease the shutter speed : Press the DATA– button.
A standard shutter speed of 1/60, [U Ver.] or 1/50 sec. [E Ver.] is too slow for
an object in high speed motion and causes blurring of the object.
[U Ver.]
1/60
1/100
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
1/4000
1/10000
SLOW SHUT
It sets the slow shutter speed.
It can be varied only when the FREEZE is set to the SLOW.
• To increase the shutter speed : Press the DATA+ button.
• To decrease the shutter speed : Press the DATA– button.
[U Ver.]
2FRM (FRAME)
to
240FRM (FRAME)
Note:
• When the shutter speed is decreased, it takes a longer time to store the
image into the memory. Because of this, when the setting values are
changed by pressing the DATA button, it takes a longer time to display the
setting values and the blinking time of the setting value.
• When the shutter speed is decreased, it takes a longer time to record the
image into the memory so that white doted scratches also increase.
[E Ver.]
1/50
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
1/4000
1/10000
[E Ver.]
2FRM (FRAME)
to
200FRM (FRAME)
Selection the FREEZE item
FREEZE
FREEZE TRG
HI-RESO
CAPTURE
MOMENTARY fix
OFF fix
ODD fix
ON fix
FRAME fix
NORMAL
RANDOM TRG
FLASH
SLOW
ODD fix
ALTERNATE fix
: Available
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: Not available
RANDOM
SHUT
SLOW
SHUT
6. SETTING ON THE MENU SCREEN (Cont’d)
PROCESS SCREEN
Item
Functions and operation
Variable values
DETAIL
It adjusts the emphasis level of the contour (DETAIL).
To make the contour (DETAIL) sharp : Increase numbers.
To make contour (DETAIL) soft
: Decrease numbers.
+99
to
NORMAL
to
–99
OFF
MASTER
BLACK
This adjusts the pedestal level(master black) which is the standard black level
when a lens cap is put on. When the pedestal level is increased, the whole screen
becomes brighter.
To increase the pedestal level: Increase the numbers (UP)
To decrease the pedestal level: Decease the numbers (DOWN).
+99
to
NORMAL
to
–99
NEGA
This outputs the reversed video signal of the output terminal.
OFF : Reverse is not carried out.
ON : Reverse is carried out.
OFF
ON
AUTO KNEE
It sets the AUTO KNEE function which compresses the video signal above a
certain level to display the gradation of the high lighted section. To check an
image with the gradation of a bright section, adjust the KNEE POINT manually.
OFF : AUTO KNEE function is not carried out.
ON : AUTO KNEE function is carried out.
OFF
ON
KNEE
POINT
It varies the KNEE POINT where the compression starts.
(This is available only when the AUTO KNEE is set to OFF.)
To increase the KNEE POINT level : Increase the numbers.
To decrease the KNEE POINT level : Decrease the numbers.
When decreasing the number, the gradations at the high luminance level become
clearer.
100%
95%
90%
85%
WHITE CLIP
It varies the point of the max. value in accordance with the high level video signal.
To increase the white clip point : Increase the numbers.
To decrease the white clip point : Decrease the numbers.
110%
105%
100%
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6. SETTING ON THE MENU SCREEN (Cont’d)
PROCESS SCREEN (Cont’d)
Item
Variable values
GAMMA
It sets the compensation of the GAMMA curve which decides the reappearance of
black.
ON : The compensation of the GAMMA curve is carried out. (Normal monitor is used.)
OFF : The compensation of the GAMMA curve is not carried out.
ON
OFF
FLARE<R>
When flare occurs, a phenomenon in which the whole screen becomes white-ish
because of irregular light reflection in a lens, the, R ch. of the black level can be
compensated. Carry this out together with the adjustment of the FLARE <B>.
To increase red : Increase the numbers.
To decrease red : Decrease the numbers.
+127
to
NORMAL
to
–128
FLARE<B>
It compensates the B ch. of the black level for the flare occurrence.
To increase blue : Increase the numbers.
To decrease blue : Decrease the numbers.
+127
to
NORMAL
to
–128
ABL
It sets the black level auto adjustment of video signal during recording.Adjust this
when the black level varies when shooting images.
OFF
: ABL adjustment cannot be carried out.
ADJUST : ABL adjustment can be carried out.
OFF
ADJUST
This sets the ABL adjustment level.
(It is available only when the ABL is set to the ADJUST.)
To increase black level : Increase the numbers.
To decrease black level : Decrease the numbers.
+127
to
NORMAL
to
–128
ABL
LEVEL
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Functions and operation
6. SETTING ON THE MENU SCREEN (Cont’d)
TOTAL SETTING SCREEN
Item
Functions and operation
Variable values
D-SUB OUT
This selects the signals output from the RGB/COMPONENT output connector on
the rear panel of the KY-F58.
RGB
: RGB signal is output.
COMPONENT : Y/R-Y/B-Y signals are output.
RGB
COMPONENT
ON SYNC
It sets the SYNC signal to add to the RGB signals output from the RGB/COMPONENT
output connector on the rear panel of the KY-F58. (Only available when the D-SUB
OUT is set to RGB.)
OFF : SYNC signal is not added.
G
: SYNC signal is added only at G singnal.
RGB : SYNC signal is added to all R, G, B signals.
OFF
G
RGB
LENS
CONTROL
This sets whether to control a connecting lens; from the LENS REMOTE connector
on the rear panel of KY-F58 or from RS-232C connector.
The CONTROLLER: LENS is controlled from the LENS REMOTE connector.
The RS-232C: LENS is controlled from the RS-232C connector.
CONTROLLER
RS-S3SC
CABLE
LENGTH
Set this according to the cable length between camera head and camera control
unit (CCU).
If the setting is wrong, normal video output may not be obtained.
5M
10M
15M
20M
25M
INDICATOR
It sets whether to display the values of GAIN, SHUTTER and IRIS on each output
connector.
OFF : No display
ON : Display
OFF
ON
H PHASE
It adjusts the horizontal phase when synchronization is carried out at EXT REF
connectors (HD/VBS and VD) on the rear panel of the KY-F58.
+127
to
0
to
–128
SC COARSE
This carries the SC COARSE adjustment when the phase for the VBS signal input
from the HD.VBS connector on the rear panel of the KY-F58 is synchronized.
Carry it out together with the SC FINE adjustment.
0
90
180
270
SC FINE
By carrying out together with the SC COARSE adjustment, it finely adjusts the sub
carrier.
+127
to
0
to
–128
Note:
The data set at the TOTAL SETTING is common to all files.
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7. OTHERS
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
䡵 Normal (Field) Mode
During normal recording, the CCD’s storage time is approx. 1/60 sec. [U Ver.] or 1/50 sec. [E Ver.] in the field mode. With the odd
number fields, the total electric charge of the odd number lines and even number lines of the CCD are output to the odd number line
(reading two lines at a time), with the even number field, they are output to the even number line.
CCD electric charge storage
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
Odd number fields
Approx. 1/60 sec.[U Ver.]
1/50 sec.[E Ver.]
Video output signals
1
1+2
3
3+4
5
5+6
Even number fields
2
2 + 3
4
4 + 5
6
6 + 7
䡵 High Resolution (Frame strage) Mode (Reading every line)
The CCD storage time is approx. 1/30 sec. [U Ver.] or 1/25 sec. [E Ver.] with the High Resolution mode, which is twice that of the
Normal mode. However there is approx. 1/60 sec. [U Ver.] or 1/50 sec. [E Ver.] (one field) difference in the output timings between
odd number line and even number line. With the odd number fields, electric charge of the odd number line is only output to the odd
number line, and with the even fields, the electric charge of even lines is only output to the even number line. When recording
frames, still picture can be shot at all lines by combining with a FLASH.
With this mode, the vertical resolution is improved however, after-image lag will increase compared to that of the normal mode.
CCD electric charge storage
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
Odd number field
Approx. 1/60 sec.[U Ver.]
1/50 sec.[E Ver.]
Video output signal
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1
1
3
3
5
5
7
7
Even number field
2
2
4
4
6
6
8
8
Odd number field
1
1
3
3
5
5
7
7
Even number field
2
2
4
4
6
6
8
8
7. OTHERS (Cont’d)
TECHNICAL INFORMATION (Cont’d)
䡵 Operations Principles of the Electronic Shutter
(with the 1/500 sec. setting)
䡵 SLOW SHUT Function
This function is used to record an object brighter than it appears in a dark place.
This function adopts a system which acquires higher electric
charge by taking a longer time for storing electric charge into
the CCD image device, not that the system increases GAIN
electrically. This enables the recording of an image with high
sensitivity even under conditions of less light.
The max. storage time is approx. 8 sec. (240 frames [U Ver.]
or 200 frames [E Ver.] ). One frame image is output for several
frames, therefore, the video output signals are latched into a
memory by using a WEN signal which is output at the same
time. On a monitor, the movement of the object looks like the
ones taken under a strobe shot
Electric charge is stored in the CCD image sensing device only
for a 1/500 sec. before the signal is read from the CCD image
sensing device. At this time the electric charge stored previously is discharged to another electrode. This process enables
shutter operations with 1/500 sec.
Vertical blanking period
Vertical sync.
signal
CCD device
signal reading
timing
CCD electric
charge
storage
Signal discharging timing
Unnecessary
charge
Signal reading timing
1/60 sec.[U Ver.]
1/500 sec.
Effective charge 1/50 sec.[E Ver.]
● When the SLOW SHUT is set to 3FRM
Electric charge
to be stored
Video output
CCD storage
electric charge
● Caution for electric shutter mode
• On a monitor, the movement of the object looks like the ones
taken under a strobe shot because an image of 1/500 sec. is
detected every 1/60 sec. [U Ver.] or 1/50 sec. [E Ver.].
• Flicker occurs under a light such as fluorescent lamp which
lights cyclically. Adopting a light like an incandescent lamp
which lights constantly is therefore necessary.
• With the 1/500 sec. shutter mode, the storage time of the
CCD image device is approx. 1/8 [U Ver.] or 1/10 [E Ver.] of
that of normal the mode, and also the sensitivity is 1/8 [U
Ver.] or 1/10 [E Ver.] of that of the normal mode. This causes
a shortage of light, so that it is recommended to increase
the light volume by increasing the illumination to 800% [U
Ver.] or 1000% [E Ver.] or opening the lens iris about 3 steps.
Video output
signal
WEN output
signal
Note:
• With the AUTO IRIS MODE, the normal video level cannot be used. Set to the MANUAL IRIS MODE and adjust
the diaphragm of the iris.
• By switching the HI-RESO mode, the FIELD OUTPUT
and FLAME OUTPUT can be selected.
• When the flame number is increased, noise may also
increase. Set it to the appropriate value.
䡵 ALC and EEI Operations
ALC stands for automatic level control, and EEI means shutter iris
control. With FULL AUTO mode, it adopts a system for maintaining
a certain level of video by combining the lens auto iris, the continuous variable electronic shutter (EEI) and the automatic sensitivity
adjustment circuit (ALC).
The automatic sensitivity adjustment circuit works under low illuminance, and the electronic shutter works under high illuminance.
Moreover, when the iris is set to AUTO, sensitivity, the iris and the
electronic shutter change continuously to acquire the appropriate
signal level automatically at any time.
In the ALC mode, there is sensitivity from 0 dB to +18 dB under low
illuminance. In the EEI mode, the electronic shutter varies the shutter
speed automatically from 1/60 [U Ver.] or 1/50 [E Ver.] to 1/1920 [U
Ver.] or 1/1600 [E Ver.] sec. The signal level is adjusted in the range
of 3 ( dark) to 5 ( bright).
When the iris is set to the manual mode, the sensitivity and the
electronic shutter vary continuously without varying the iris setting.
This function enables recording an object without varying its depth
under variable illuminance.
;;
;;;;
This is the calculated value, which is different from the actual
value displayed on the screen.
Illuminance: lx
8
16
32
62.5
With a lens
+18dB
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
16000
32000
64000
128000
256000
ALC
+12dB
+6dB
F1.4
F1.4
F2
F2.8
F4
ALC
Without a lens
+18dB
+12dB
+6dB
F5.6
F8
EEI
1/120[U Ver.] 1/240
1/100[E Ver.]
F11
1/480
1/960 1/1920[U Ver.]
1/1600[E Ver.]
F16
EEI
1/120[U Ver.] 1/240
1/100[E Ver.]
1/480
1/960 1/1920[U Ver.]
1/1600[E Ver.]
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7. OTHERS (Cont’d)
TECHNICAL INFORMATION (Cont’d)
SYNC mode can be switched over with the SW3 of set up switch.
MODE
SWITCH SETTING
↑
3: ON
1, 2, 4: Do not switch over
1 2 3 4
NO
SYNC
Non Reset mode
↑ 1 2 3 4
3: OFF
1, 2, 4: Do not switch over
NO
SYNC
Reset mode
Note:
Before switching the set up switch turn
the power switch to off. The mode will not
change when the power is switched ON.
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
LOCK
MENU
ITEM+
SET
ITEM-
FILES
DATA+
1
ON
2
3
FREEZE
4
BARS
ON
1 2 3 4 RESET
DATA-
SELECT
MEMORY
OFF
POWER
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
LEVEL
䡵 Random Trigger Function
This is used to detect an object in order to recognize the
image.
When the trigger signal detecting object is input, an electric
charge is stored in the CCD image device on the camera,
and it is output syncronized with the next SYNC signal. At
this time an WEN signal is also output to be used for the
memory latch. On a monitor, the movement of the object looks
like when taken under a strobe shot.
Two modes can be selected by the output timings of the camera corresponding to the trigger input signals.
1. SYNC Non Reset Mode
This is a system to output the camera timing regardless of
the trigger input signal. When the camera is in the
GENLOCK mode, timing is output synchronized with the
input signal of the GENLOCK IN.
ON
B
OFF
PAINT
Trigger signal
Electric charge
to be stored
in CCD
2. SYNC Reset Mode
This is a system to output the timing by synchronizing with
the trigger input signal.
In this case, the trigger signal is the standard signal of a
structured system, so that the GENLOCK function will not
be carried out.
[U Ver.]
SYNC Non Reset Mode
VD IN
Camera video
output signal
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
HD IN
WEN signal
Prohibited section (12H)
SYNC Reset Mode
FREEZE IN
Camera video
output signal
FLASH OUT
WEN signal
6H
[E Ver.]
䡵 FLASH Function
VD IN
When the FREEZE item is set to FLASH, the signal is output
from the FLASH terminal on the rear panel for the FREEZE
input.
The following conditions are provided to the output signal.
HD IN
Prohibited section (23H)
FREEZE IN
FREEZE IN
Approx. 1H
FLASH OUT
FLASH OUT
6H
6H
1
2
3
4
FLASH OUT signal is output from the FREEZE IN in
approx.1H.
The width of the FLASH OUT is 6H.
The FLASH OUT signal is output as open corrector. Pull
up the voltage at 15 V DC or less at the receiving terminal.
There is a prohibited section of 12H [U Ver.] or 23H [E
Ver.] at the section where the image changes. A FREEZE
signal in the prohibited section (12H [U Ver.] or 23H [E
Ver.]) is output as a FLASH OUT when the prohibited section is ended.
V.SYNC
Prohibited
Prohibited
Prohibited
FREEZE IN
FLASH OUT
5
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When a FREEZE signal is input continuously, input from
the first to third V. SYNC will not be accepted and FLASH
OUT is not output.
7. OTHERS (Cont’d)
SPECIFICATIONS
Image device
Effective picture element
Color separation system
Lens mount
Output video signal
VIDEO output
Y/C output
RGB/COMPONENT
C. SYNC
Color system
External sync system
: 1/3-inch, interline-transfer CCD x 3
: 768 (H) x 493 (V)
[U Ver.]
380000 pixels
752 (H) x 582 (V)
[E Ver.]
440000 pixels
: F1.4 prism
: C mount
: NTSC [U Ver.]
PAL [E Ver.]
: 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω
: Y : 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω
C : 0.286 Vp-p, 75 Ω [U Ver.]
0.3 Vp-p, 75 Ω [E Ver.]
: R/G/B
: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω
ON SYNC : 0.3 Vp-p, 75 Ω
COMP. Y : 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω
R-Y/B-Y : 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω [U Ver.]
0.525 Vp-p, 75 Ω [E Ver.]
: 2 Vp-p, 75 Ω
: Wide band color difference system
: VBS, 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω, positive electric signal (with color lock)
HD/VD, 4 Vp-p, 75 Ω, negative
electric signal (without color lock)
Registration
Sensitivity
Min. luminance for object
S/N ratio
:
:
:
:
Horizontal resolution
Power supply
Power consumption
:
:
:
Operating temperatures
Mass
:
:
Accessories
:
0.05% (except lens)
F5.6 2000 lx
16 lx (calculated value)
59 dB (TYP) [U Ver.]
57 dB (TYP) [E Ver.]
700 TVL
AC120V, 50/60 Hz [U Ver.]
22 W [U Ver.]
AC230V`, 50/60 Hz [E Ver.]
–5˚C to 45˚C
Camera head 170 ˝
CCU 2.7 k˝
Camera head x 1
Camera mounting bracket x 1
Screw
x2
Camera control unit x 1
Camera cable (5 m) x 1
AC cable (2 m) x 1
Label x 1
Instructions x 1
Warranty card x 1 [U Ver.] only
EXT TRIGGER
FLASH output
: Open connector, negative electric
signal
WEN output
: 5 Vp-p, negative electric signal
FREEZE input
: 5 Vp-p, negative electric signal
Contour compensation system : H - Both effective
V - One effective
Standard cable length
:5m
Max. cable length
: 25 m (operation only guaranteed)
Revised in August 1998 29
7. OTHERS (Cont’d)
SPECIFICATIONS (Cont’d)
Dimensions [unit : mm]
䡵 Camera head
(The bracket is mounted)
67.5
62
48
1-32UN C MOUNT
10
22,5
KY-F58
COLOR VIDEO CAMERA
45
Camera mounting
bracket
1/4-20UNC
73,5
䡵 CCU (Camera Control)
FLASH
LENS
REMOTE
VD
SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
FREEZE
RGB/COMPONENT
RS-232C
VIDEO
HD/VBS
EXT REF
Y/C
OUTPUT
221
1,6
12,3
88
92,5
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT KY-F58
PULL OPEN
FILES
MENU
1
2
3
SELECT
FREEZE
4
MEMORY
POWER
TO CAMERA
WHITE PAINT
VIDEO LEVEL
SET
FULL AUTO
R
LEVEL
ON
B
OFF
PAINT
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
30
245
4
AC- INPUT
WEN
EXT TRIGGER
209,5
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