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USER
MANUAL
TOUGHPIX II
TRIDENT EDITION
EXPLOSION
PROOF DIGITAL
CAMERA
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Congratulations – You are
the owner of the second
generation of ToughPIX digital
camera designed and certified
specifically for use in hazardous
(explosive) atmospheres.
ToughPIX II is certified ATEX/IECEx as follows:
•
Ex d IIB+H2 T6 Gb / II2G Gb T6
!
Please ensure that the
certification matches or
exceeds the hazardous area
characteristics that will be
clearly displayed on site.
!
Whilst in a hazardous area, do
not attempt to change batteries
or download images, these
tasks should only be undertaken
after returning to a safe area.
CONTENTS
Overview
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Package Contents
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Getting To Know Your ToughPIX II TRIDENT EDITION
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Smart Charging Station
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What is EOP?
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Battery Charging with Smart Charging Station
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Getting Started
• Turning the Power On/Off
• Mode Selection
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Taking Pictures
• Optical Zoom
• Digital Zoom
• Flash
• Scene
• Self-timer
• Delete
• Image Size
• Anti shake
• Macro
• Setup
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Taking Videos
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Downloading Files
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Technical Information
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OVERVIEW
The SLR style ToughPIX II incorporates a high
resolution sensor with 16GB memory and video
capability. Close up and wide area photography
is simple with crisp and clear images using the
built-in macro feature, anti-shake technology, 3x
optical and 4x digital zoom.
PACKAGE CONTENTS
Check the contents of your ToughPIX II. The
shipping case should include the following items:
• Explosion proof digital camera
• USB Communication & Charging Cables
• Smart Charging Station
• CorDEX CONNECT™ Software
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• Removable / Rechargeable Battery
• Neck Strap
• Hard Carry Case
• Manual Pack
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ToughPix II TRIDENT EDITION – User Manual
GETTING TO KNOW
YOUR TOUGHPIX II TRIDENT EDITION
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Shutter Button
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Power Button
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Flash
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LCD Screen
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Lens
OK/Function
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Playback
Focus Ring
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Scene/Macro
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Menu
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Self Timer/Delete
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Display
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Flash
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W/T (Zoom in/Zoom out)
135˚ Swivel Lens
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SMART CHARGING STATION
What is EOP compatible?
Your battery packs are the latest
generation of high capacity packs
designed for use in ToughPIX
II Ex digital cameras and are
compatible with the Energy
Optimisation Pack (EOP) installed
into every ToughPIX II displaying
the EOP logo.
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Charge Power (Green LED)
Indicates the charger has operational
power.
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Battery Health (Amber LED)
Battery recommended for replacement.
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Pack Temperature (Red LED)
Battery pack charging temperature
outside 0 – 45°C range.
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Battery Damaged (Red LED)
Indicates if the battery pack is
damaged.
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Battery Fuse (Red LED)
Shows that the Charging Station is
processing information.
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ToughPIX II Battery Pack
Indicates that the on board battery
pack fuse has blown.
Care must be taken not to cause an electrical short
across battery pads.
Doing so will cause permanent damage to the battery
pack which is not covered by Warranty.
The advanced EOP circuitry within ToughPIX II EOP
cameras dynamically matches the digital cameras
instantaneous energy demand with the energy
available at the battery to ensure maximum camera
runtime. EOP also extends the life of previous
ToughPIX II batteries which do not hold the EOP
compatible logo.
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ATTENTION:
For more information on the ToughPIX II EOP
programme, please visit
www.cord-ex.com or email sales@cord-ex.com.
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Battery Charge PCBs
Three LEDs will give an indication of
battery charge status.
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Processor Working Light
Shows that the Charging Station is
processing information.
Your ToughPIX II battery pack must only
be changed in the safe area and is not be
transported into the hazardous area unless
within a properly secured ToughPIX II camera.
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Mains Charging Socket
Only use CorDEX Approved Mains
Adaptors. Failure to do so will
invalidate your warranty.
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BATTERY CHARGING WITH SMART
CHARGING STATION
ToughPIX II TRIDENT EDITION is also supplied with
a smart, diagnostic charging station. Not only does
this device charge the battery pack, but it provides
valuable battery status and health information
enabling you to get the most from both your battery
packs and camera.
2.1 Charging a battery pack
1
Insert the CorDEX Instruments NiMH wall charger
into the Charging Station, the green power on light
will be displayed on the Charging Station.
2
Insert a ToughPIX II battery pack into the Charging
Station.
3
The Charging Station will perform a series of
checks on the battery pack, the results of which are
displayed via LEDs on the left hand side.
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Once the checks are complete, charging will
commence and is indicated by a series of LEDs on
the right hand side of the Charging Station. These
LEDs will cascade in sequence as the battery
charges. Once the charge cycle is complete, all
LEDs will be solid green, the battery can remain in
the Charging Station until needed.
NOTE: if the power is turned off at the socket, or
there is no power when the battery is inserted,
the Charging Station will still function in a basic
diagnostic only mode.
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2.2 Charging a battery pack
A bank of three LEDs will give an indication of
battery charge status.
• Two green/yellow and one green to mimic the
battery gauge bar graph on the camera battery
indicator.
2.3 Diagnostics
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The ToughPIX II Charging Station is also designed
to function as a battery diagnostic tool providing
important battery health and status information.
This information is obtained automatically by the
Charging Station when a battery is initially inserted
and takes approximately 5-8 seconds to complete
and should not be interrupted.
Insert a ToughPIX II battery pack into the Charging
Station and wait for the “Busy” LED to stop flashing
which indicates the battery status information has
been completed.
• The battery is evaluated under load.
Battery Status information will now be displayed
on the left hand side LED bank and is defined as
follows:
The battery charge LEDs will operate as follows:
Charger Power (Green LED)
Charger Power
Indicates the charger has operational power.
Battery
Charge
Green
LED 1
Green/
Yellow
LED 2
Either a powered NiMH Charger is plugged in OR a TPII battery pack is
powering the unit.
Green/
Yellow
LED3
> 90%
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
90% to 50%
Flashing
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
50% to 35%
OFF
YELLOW
YELLOW
35% to 25%
OFF
Flashing
YELLOW
YELLOW
< 25%
OFF
OFF
YELLOW
Table 2.2 Battery charge LED operation table
If this LED Is not ON then the charger is not powered.
Battery Health (Amber LED)
Battery recommended for replacement
Battery aging, expect reduced runtime.
Pack temperature (Red
LED)
Battery pack temperature outside parameters. This LED will illuminate if the
battery pack temperature is outside the defined charging range and charging
is disabled. To rectify bring battery and charger within 0-45°C charge
temperature range.
Battery damaged (Red LED)
Indicated if the battery pack is damaged. Battery should be replaced.
Battery fuse (Red LED)
Indicates that the on board battery pack fuse has blown. No charging will
take place. No additional diagnostic data available. Battery must be replaced.
During charging the display will pulse from all OFF to
all ON to indicate charging in progress.
When the charge cycle is complete the battery
charge LEDs will be remain ON at the final charge
state.
If the charger is not connected (ie charging is not
taking place or is complete) the charge LEDs will be
static.
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GETTING STARTED
TAKING PICTURES
Turning the Power On/Off
Motorised Focus
Optical Zoom
Scene
Use the power button on the top of the
camera to turn the camera on and off. If there
is insufficient battery power a red icon will
appear on the display and the camera will
automatically power off after a few seconds.
Press the shutter button to take a photo.
Your TPII digital camera is equipped with an
automatic focus capability. Failure to properly
use this feature will result in blurred images.
You can magnify your subject up to 3 times
using the optical zoom by pressing the T and
W buttons to zoom in and out.
Scene is selected using the left button and
toggles through several setting options:
Auto, Night Portrait, Night Scenery, Portrait,
Scenery, Beach, Sport, High Sensitivity.
Mode Selection
ToughPIX II has three operating modes,
Camera
Video
and Playback.
Camera mode is the default from Power On
and pressing the MODE button will toggle
between Camera and Video mode. Press the
Playback button
to review photos and
videos.
Focus
Your TPII digital camera is equipped with two
macro features; (1) Software macro, (2) Macro
lens.
For best results always ensure your image is
in focus.
To focus an image, point the camera at the
target of interest. Depress the shoot button
50% and hold whilst the camera focuses, a
green box will appear. If your target is within
the green focus box continue and depress
the shoot button fully and hold while camera
takes the shot.
Digital Zoom
You can magnify your subject up to 4 times
further using the digital zoom by pressing the
T and W buttons to zoom in and out. An icon
in the display will show whether you are using
optical or digital zoom.
Macro Focus
The software macro is generally used if an
target is seen and the Macro lens is not
available. To enter software Macro Mode see
Page 11.
For high resolution, close up images, the
supplied macro lens is recommended. To use
the lens, ensure software macro mode is not
enabled and screw the lens onto the camera.
Position the camera manually and use the
optical zoom to obtain high quality close up
shots.
Self timer is selected using the down button to
toggle through 4 self-timer options: 2 sec,
5 sec, 10 sec or Off.
Delete
Flash
In low light conditions it is recommended
to use the built-in flash. Use the flash/right
button to toggle through the four flash modes:
Force flash
AUTO Auto
Red eye reduction
No flash
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Self-timer
Press the up button to delete the last photo
or video captured. A “Delete This Image”
confirmation message will appear in the
display, use the left/right buttons to choose
yes to delete the image or no to cancel the
delete.
Image Size
To set the image size, press MENU and use
the right/left button to select the MP icon. The
image size menu will appear in the display
and the up/down buttons will select the
required image size.
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Anti-Shake
This function prevents blurring of the photo as
a result of hand shake. It is accessed through
the MENU button and using the right/left
button to select the Hand icon.
Macro
The macro or close-up function enables clear
photos to be taken within a distance of 15cm
to 45cm from the subject. Press the MENU
button and use the right/left button to select
the macro icon
The macro menu will appear
in the display and the up/down button will
toggle the macro
and distance
function
on and off.
TAKING VIDEOS
DOWNLOADING FILES
Press the MODE button to select video mode
Press and release the shutter button
to start recording. The elapsed time will
appear on the top right of the display and the
recording icon will flash. Press the shutter
button again to stop the recording and save
the file in AVI format. Use the playback mode
to view your recording.
There are two options available for
downloading images from ToughPIX II TRIDENT;
(1) USB dongle, (2) Wifi. Data download is only
to be performed in the safe area.
1.1 USB Dongle
ToughPIX II Trident is supplied complete with a USB
download dongle which completely replaces the
original TPII docking station (which is incompatible
with ToughPIX II Trident Edition).
To download images;
1.2 Wifi
ToughPIX II Trident is equipped with a Toshiba
Flashair 16Gb wifi SD card onboard. This card enables
users to wirelessly download images from the
camera without the need to use the USB dongle.
To download images;
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Ensure the camera auto power off feature is disabled,
if the camera powers down with wifi active, go to
section 1.3.
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2
Remove the USB plug from the base of the camera.
Turn on the camera.
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3
Remove the ExPower battery pack.
Press the Play (
Setup
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4
You can adjust the many camera setup
options by pressing the MENU button and
using the right/left button to select the TOOL
icon. The setup menu on the display enables
adjustment of: Exposure, ISO, White Balance,
Sharpness, Quality, Digital Zoom, Date, Beep
Sound, Auto Power Off, Language, Frequency,
Format, Default Setting.
Insert the USB dongle into the bay ensuring the
orientation is correct by rotating the dongle until it
seats correctly.
Using the right scroll key, scroll through the images
until you see this screen.
) key to enter the preview mode.
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Insert the USB cable supplied into the dongle and PC.
5
Turn the camera on, if this is an initial installation
Wind ows may wish to download drivers for the
camera in order to communicate.
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Your camera will now appear as a drive on the PC.
Press the Menu Button, highlight “Unprotect All” and
press Enter, wifi is now enabled.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
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The camera SSID is set to match the serial number
which prevents conflicts. Download the Toshiba
Flashair app for your device and connect to your
camera using password 12345678.
Ensure the camera auto power off feature is disabled,
if the camera powers down with wifi active, go to
section 1.3.
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Using the Toshiba Flashair app, download the images
to your device and disable wifi. Do not navigate away
from the wifi enable screen on the camera. The wifi
will remain active if you come out of the wifi screen
and if you take an image or video while connected, it
transfers it straight to the device connected.
To disable wifi
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Certificate Information
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If for whatever reason, ToughPIX II Trident is powered
down without following the disable wifi process, the
Toshiba Flashair card has to be reinitialised manually.
This will not result in lost data, but failure to do so will
prevent wireless communication.
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Ex d IIB+H2 T6 Gb / II2G Gb T6
Ambient temperature
Tamb -20C to +50C
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Image download
High Speed USB (safe area only)
Image storage
16GB
Standard image capture resolution
16 Megapixel
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Zoom
3 x optical, 4 x digital zoom
Using the right scroll key, scroll through the images
until you see this screen.
Screen size
2.7 inches
Additional features
Anti shake, auto focus, macro, face recognition
Tripod mount
¼ inch 20 TPI
Press the Play (
) key to enter the preview mode.
Detailed information
Press the Menu Key, highlight Protect All and press
select.
1.3 Recovering from a wifi enabled power down
ATEX / IECEx Certificate Type
General Information
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Wifi is now disabled and the camera can be used
within the hazardous area.
TRAC13ATEX0046X / IECEx TRC 13.0016x
Turn on the camera.
Once you have completed downloading images the
wifi must be disabled. If the camera is powered down
without disabling wifi, go to section 1.3.
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ATEX / IECEx Certificate No
Body material
Anodised aluminium with anti-static over mould
Lens & LCD material
Armoured Glass
Weight
900g
IP
54
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Press the Menu Button, highlight “Protect All” and
press Enter, wifi is now correctly disabled and the
camera can be used as normal.
Electrical information
Battery type
Removable & Rechargeable
Capacity
1100mAh
Cell type
NiMH
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NOTES
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Copyright © 2015, CorDEX Instruments Limited.
All other brand and product names are
trademarks of CorDEX Instruments Limited.
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