Wireless Adapter
4-485-296-17 (1)
Wireless Adapter
Operating Instructions
Software Version 2.0
CBK-WA100
CBK-WA101
© 2013 Sony Corporation
Table of Contents
High Quality Streaming Transmission with Sony’s
QoS Technology ....................................................19
Controlling the Camcorder/Recorder
Remotely ...............................................................20
Overview
Features .................................................................. 3
Compatible Models and Functions ...................... 4
Compatible models ............................................ 4
Compatible terminal devices .............................. 4
Compatible functions with each network
connection ........................................................ 4
Required device to use the function ................... 5
Location and Function of Parts ............................ 5
Preparations
Setting the Camcorder/Recorder ......................... 7
Setting the camcorder to output the Rec/Stop
control signals .................................................. 7
Enabling the wireless LAN function of the
camcorder/recorder .......................................... 7
Enabling the USB A connector of the camcorder
(PMW-300 only) .............................................. 7
Attaching the Wireless Adapter to a Camcorder/
Recorder ................................................................. 8
Turning on the Power ............................................ 8
Connecting to the Terminal Device via a Wireless
LAN ........................................................................ 9
Connecting in the wireless LAN access point
mode (AP mode) .............................................. 9
Connecting in the wireless LAN station mode
(STA mode) .................................................... 10
Checking the status of the wireless LAN
settings ........................................................... 11
Connecting to the Internet .................................. 11
Connecting to the Internet by using
a modem ......................................................... 11
Connecting to the Internet in the wireless LAN
station mode (STA mode) .............................. 12
Connecting by using a LAN cable ................... 13
Turning off the Power ......................................... 13
Operations
Recording the Video/Audio of a Camcorder/
Recorder ............................................................... 14
Preparations ...................................................... 14
Recording ......................................................... 14
Checking files that are recorded on an SD
card ................................................................. 16
Uploading a File ................................................... 17
Preparations ...................................................... 17
Selecting the file and uploading ....................... 17
Streaming Transmitting the Live Video Image of
the Camcorder ..................................................... 19
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Table of Contents
Settings
About the Web Menu ...........................................21
Initial screen .....................................................21
About the setting menu .....................................22
Streaming Format Settings .................................23
Monitoring settings ...........................................23
Streaming Settings ............................................23
Audio channel settings ......................................24
Proxy Format Settings .........................................24
System settings .....................................................25
User and password settings ...............................25
Date and time settings .......................................26
Network client mode settings ...........................26
Access Point Settings (AP Settings) ....................27
Wireless LAN Settings .........................................28
Checking the wireless LAN settings ................29
Modem Settings ....................................................29
Checking the modem settings ...........................29
Wired LAN Settings .............................................30
Checking the wired LAN settings ....................30
Upload Settings ....................................................31
Register the server for uploading ......................31
Changing the registered server settings ............32
Deleting the registered server ...........................32
Starting file transferring automatically after
recording .........................................................32
Re-starting file transferring
(Resume function) ..........................................32
Job List ..................................................................33
Maintenance
Updating the Wireless Adapter ..........................34
To Return to the Factory Setting ........................35
Appendix
Important Notes on Operation ...........................36
Troubleshooting ....................................................37
Error/Warning Indicator ....................................38
Licenses .................................................................39
MPEG-4 AVC ..................................................39
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT ............39
On accessing software to which the GPL/LGPL
applies .............................................................43
Open software licenses .....................................43
Specifications ........................................................43
Trademarks ..........................................................45
Overview
The CBK-WA100/CBK-WA101 Wireless Adapter is the
wireless adapter that connects the Solid-State Memory
Camcorder (called “camcorder” in this document) such
as PMW-500/400/300/200/160/150 or Portable Memory
Recorder (called “recorder” in this document) such as
PMW-50 to a computer or mobile device via wireless
LAN, or connecting to the 3G/4G/LTE line and sending
files via Internet.
Remote operation of the camcorder/recorder
via a wireless LAN
You can operate a camera or media of a camcorder/
recorder remotely from a smartphone/tablet/computer
that is connected to the wireless adapter via a wireless
LAN.
Creating and recording a proxy file
The wireless adapter creates a proxy file (low
resolution) and records it on an SD card that is inserted
into the wireless adapter, from the video and audio
signals that are shot or played on the camcorder/recorder
and are input from the HD-SDI connector. The created
file is called “XAVC® Proxy.”
Recording starts/stops automatically by interlocking to
the camcorder/recorder with the Rec/Stop control
signals that are included on the HD-SDI signals.
Overview
Features
Streaming the video/audio of a camcorder/
recorder via a 3G/4G/LTE line, wireless LAN, or
wired LAN
The wireless adapter can create a stream (H.264/AACLC compression) from the video/audio of a camcorder/
recorder. You can watch the video/audio streaming via a
3G/4G/LTE line, wireless LAN, or wired LAN.
Note
If you start streaming, proxy recording and file
transferring cannot be performed.
High quality streaming transmission function
with Sony’s QoS Technology
The wireless adapter is compatible with the high quality
streaming transmission function with Sony’s QoS
Technology by connecting to Connection Control
Manager (called “CCM” in this document) of Sony
Network RX Station PWS-100RX1 (optional).
Note
If you set the network client mode that performs
streaming with Sony’s QoS Technology on, proxy
recording and file transferring cannot be performed.
Uploading a file via a 3G/4G/LTE line, wireless
LAN, or wired LAN
You can upload a proxy file (low resolution) that is
recorded on an SD card or original file (high resolution)
that is recorded on the camcorder/recorder to a server on
the Internet via a 3G/4G/LTE line, wireless LAN, or
wired LAN.
Monitoring the video of a camcorder/recorder
via a wireless LAN
The wireless adapter can create a stream (H.264) from
the video of a camcorder/recorder. You can monitor the
video stream by using the “Content Browser Mobile”
application that is installed on the smartphone/tablet/
computer via wireless LAN.
“Content Browser Mobile” application*
You can operate a camcorder/recorder remotely by
monitoring the audio/video of the camcorder/recorder,
and perform the settings of the wireless adapter from a
smartphone/tablet using the “Content Browser Mobile”
application.
* For details about the “Content Browser Mobile” application,
contact your Sony dealer or a Sony service representative.
Features
3
Compatible Models and
Functions
Overview
Compatible models
The following camcorders/recorders are compatible
with the wireless adapter*, and you can use the wireless
adapter by attaching to them.
• Solid-State Memory Camcorder
PMW-500, PMW-400, PMW-300, PMW-200, PMW160, PMW-150, PXW-X320
• Portable Memory Recorder
PMW-50, PMW-RX50
• Professional Disc Camcorder
PDW-850
* The CBK-WA101 is for the PMW-400 and PXW-X320
only.
The following camcorders/recorders will be compatible
with the wireless adapter by updating the firmware.
PMW-500: Ver.1.6 or later
PMW-400: Ver.1.1 or later
PMW-300: Ver.1.1 or later
PMW-200: Ver.1.3 or later
PMW-160: Ver.1.2 or later
PMW-150: Ver.1.2 or later
PMW-50: Ver.1.2 or later
PDW-850: Ver.2.2 or later
The following functions are available for compatible
models.
• Creating a proxy file that inherits the information and
size from an original file that is recorded on the
camcorder/recorder when the camcorder/recorder is
recording.
• Creating a proxy file when the recorder is playing the
original file. (PMW-50/RX50, PDW-850 only)
The following functions are available by connecting the
wireless adapter and camcorder/recorder with the USB
cable.
• Displaying the wireless adapter’s status on the
viewfinder of the camcorder
• Uploading a file of the camcorder/recorder
• Remote operation
• Creating a proxy file from the original file that is
recorded on the camcorder/recorder when the
camcorder/recorder is recording*
• Uploading a file via a 3G/4G/LTE line, wireless LAN,
or wired LAN (only for the proxy file that is recorded
on an SD card in the wireless adapter)
* When the Rec/Stop control signals is included on the SDI
signals, recording starts/stops automatically by interlocking
to the camcorder/recorder. The proxy file does not inherit
the information and size from the original file.
Compatible terminal devices
For setting and operating the wireless adapter, use a
smartphone, tablet, or computer (called “terminal
device” in this document). Compatible terminal devices,
OS, browser are as follows.
Terminal device
OS
Browser
Smartphone
Android 4.1/4.2/4.3/4.4/ Chrome
5.0
iOS 7.1/8.0/8.1
Tablet
Android 4.1/4.2/4.3/4.4/ Chrome
5.0
iOS 7.1/8.0/8.1
Computer
You can use a device that has the SDI output. In this
case, the following functions are available.
• Streaming a video/audio of the camcorder/recorder
via a 3G/4G/LTE line, wireless LAN, or wired LAN
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Compatible Models and Functions
Safari
Microsoft Windows 7/ Chrome/Safari
Microsoft Windows 8
Mac OS x 10.8/10.9/
10.10
Safari
Compatible functions with each
network connection
The wireless adapter uploads a file to the server and
transmits the stream of a video for the camcorder/
recorder to the terminal device by connecting the
wireless adapter to the network. The wireless adapter
can be operated from the terminal device that is
connected to the wireless adapter via the network. The
wireless LAN, 3G/4G/LTE line, or wired LAN is
available for the network connection.
The following functions are available for each network
connection (a: available, –: unavailable).
Function
Network connection
Wireless LAN
When using a device that is not
compatible with the wireless adapter
Safari
3G/4G/ Wired
LTE line LAN
AP mode
STA mode
Setting and
controlling the
wireless adapter
a
a
–
a*1
Playing the proxy
file on the
browser
a
a
–
a*1
–
a
a
a
Uploading the
file of the
camcorder/
recorder
–
a
a
a
Remote control
of the camcorder/
recorder
a
a
–
a*1
Monitoring the
live video*2
a
a
–
a*1
Streaming the
live video
a
a
a
a
Location and Function
of Parts
1
Overview
Uploading the
proxy file
2
*1 Available by setting “Web/Cam Remote” (page 30).
*2 You need a smartphone/tablet on which the “Content
Browser Mobile” application is installed.
For details about the network connection, see
“Connecting to the Terminal Device via a Wireless
LAN” (page 9) or “Connecting to the Internet”
(page 11).
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8
7
9 0
Required device to use the function
The following device is required for each network
connection.
Network
connection
3
4
Required device
5
module*1
Wireless LAN
USB wireless LAN
3G/4G/LTE line
3G/4G/LTE USB modem*2
Wired LAN
USB-RJ45 adapter*3
1
* The USB wireless LAN module (called “wireless LAN
module” in this document) is sold separately.
*2 The 3G/4G/LTE USB modem (called “modem” in this
document) is sold separately.
*3 The USB-RJ45 adapter is sold separately.
Notes
• The wireless LAN module may not be available in
some countries/regions.
• The frequency band for the wireless LAN module is
shared by various devices. Depending on the use
environment, transmission speed and distance may be
decreased, or communication may be disconnected,
by using other devices.
• To use the 3G/4G/LTE services, you need to contract
with a cell phone company.
• For details about the required compatible device for
the network connection, contact your Sony dealer or a
Sony service representative.
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A USB connector (type A)
Connect the optional wireless LAN module or
optional modem. Remove the cover to make the
connection.
B SD card slot
Insert an optional SD card. Remove the cover to
insert the card.
C CAM connector (USB mini type B)
Connect to a camcorder/recorder with the supplied
USB cable. Remove the cover to make the
connection.
D SDI IN connector (BNC type) (CBK-WA100
only)
Connect to a camcorder/recorder with the supplied
BNC cable. This connector inputs the SDI signals
that are output from the camcorder/recorder.
E
(DC input) connector (CBK-WA100 only)
Connect to a camcorder/recorder with the supplied
DC power cable.
Location and Function of Parts
5
F WPS button
Use for the WPS function.
You can set the connecting device and access point
semi automatically by using the Wi-Fi Protected
Setup™ (WPS) function.
Overview
G WIRELESS (wireless LAN mode setting) switch
Sets the wireless LAN mode of the wireless
adapter.
“AP”: AP mode (Access point mode) (page 9)
“ST”: STA mode (Station mode) (page 10)
H ST indicator
Lights in blue when the wireless adapter is in the
STA mode. (Turns off when the wireless adapter is
in the AP mode.)
Flashes in blue while the WPS function is running.
I REC indicator
Lights in red while recording on an SD card.
J STATUS indicator
Indicates the status of the wireless adapter.
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STATUS
indicator
Status of the wireless
adapter
Off
• Turned off
• During starting up
Lights up in light
green
Turned on (during normal
condition)
Flashes in light
green slowly (0.5
second intervals)
Connecting in STA mode
Flashes in light
green quickly (0.2
second intervals)
Uploading the file
Flashes in red
slowly (0.5 second
intervals)
• The camcorder/recorder is
turned off
• No input from the SDI IN
connector
• There is a disturbance in the
input signal from the SDI IN
connector
Flashes in red
quickly (0.2 second
intervals)
• Error during initial setup when
starting up
• A wireless LAN module or
modem is not compatible with
the wireless adapter
Lights in orange
• Unable to connect to the
Internet by using the modem
• Unable to connect to the
access point (during the STA
mode)
Flashes in orange
slowly (0.5 second
intervals)
The upload has failed.
Location and Function of Parts
K RESET button
Returns the wireless adapter to the factory setting.
L Power switch
To turn the wireless adapter on, set to “@.” To turn
the wireless adapter off, set to “1.”
M Power indicator
Lights up in light green when the wireless adapter
is turned on.
Preparations
Setting the Camcorder/
Recorder
Perform the setting of the camcorder so that it outputs
Rec/Stop control signals to the wireless adapter.
Select one of the following settings in “SDI Rec
Control” of the “Video Set” menu.
• HD SDI Remote I/F
Outputs the common Rec/Stop control signals for a
Sony camcorder. A proxy video is recorded on an SD
card in the wireless adapter by interlocking with the
main recording.
This can be used when no media is inserted into the
camcorder.
When the SDI signal is SD, Rec/Stop control signals
are not output.
• Parallel Rec
Outputs the signals that allow recording a proxy video
on an SD card in the wireless adapter by interlocking
with the main recording (only for a camcorder that is
compatible with the Parallel Rec function).
This can be used only when media is inserted into the
camcorder.
When “Match Clip Name” in the “Video Set” menu is
set to “On,” the recorded proxy file name on the
wireless adapter is interlocked with the main
recording file name.
Control the camcorder/recorder from a smartphone or
tablet by enabling the wireless LAN function on the
camcorder/recorder.
Perform the following settings in “Wi-Fi” of the
“Others” menu.
• Wi-Fi: Enable
• Wi-Fi Remote: On
Preparations
Setting the camcorder to output the
Rec/Stop control signals
Enabling the wireless LAN function
of the camcorder/recorder
For PDW-850
Set “MAINTENANCE” > “CAM CONFIG 3” >
“Wi-Fi/ETHER_RM.”
• “RM”: Only remote control operation is available (the
original file cannot be transferred).
• “ALL”: Remote control operation and original file
transferring are available.
Note
When the USB cable is connected to the USB connector,
the “Wi-Fi” settings cannot be changed. Set the “Wi-Fi”
settings while the USB cable is disconnected.
Enabling the USB A connector of
the camcorder (PMW-300 only)
You need to change the USB A connector setting when
using the wireless adapter with the PMW-300.
Select “USB A” in “RM/USB A Sel” of the “Others”
menu.
For PDW-850
• If “MAINTENANCE” > “CAM CONFIG 1” > “SDI
REC CONTROL” is set to “RM,” a proxy video is
recorded on an SD card in the wireless adapter by
interlocking with the main recording. If
“MAINTENANCE” > “CAM CONFIG 1” > “SDI
REC CONTROL” is set to “PARA,” the recorded
proxy file inherits the information and size from the
original file that is recorded on the camcorder.
• If “MAINTENANCE” > “CAM CONFIG 1” >
“MATCH CLIP NAME” is set to “ON,” the recorded
proxy file name on the wireless adapter is interlocked
with the main recording file name.
Setting the Camcorder/Recorder
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Attaching the Wireless
Adapter to a Camcorder/
Recorder
Preparations
The wireless adapter is used by attaching it to the
camcorder/recorder and connecting the supplied DC
power cable*.
Connect the supplied USB cable and BNC cable*
according to the function that you use (page 4).
For details about attaching to the camcorder/recorder
and connecting cables, refer to the supplied “Installation
Manual.”
* The DC power cable and BNC cable do not need to be
connected for the CBK-WA101.
Turning on the Power
1
Make sure that the wireless adapter is attached to
the camcorder/recorder correctly.
For details about attaching to the camcorder/
recorder, refer to the supplied “Installation
Manual.”
2
Turn the wireless adapter on by setting the power
switch to “@.”
The power indicator lights in light green.
The wireless adapter starts up with the same
settings from the last time it was turned off. Then,
the STATUS indicator lights in light green.
Notes
• When connecting to the camcorder/recorder with the
USB cable, turn the camcorder/recorder on after the
power switch of the wireless adapter is set to “@.”
• You can start recording after the STATUS indicator
lights up. If the wireless LAN module, modem, and/or
USB-RJ45 adapter are/is attached, they are activated
in the order of the wireless LAN module and modem/
USB-RJ45 adapter after the STATUS indicator lights
up. It takes several minutes to activate them.
About start-up settings
The wireless adapter starts up in the wireless LAN mode
according the WIRELESS switch setting.
When the WIRELESS switch is set to “AP”
The wireless adapter starts up in the AP mode (page 9).
When the WIRELESS switch is set to “ST”
The wireless adapter starts up in the STA mode
(page 10). The wireless adapter starts to connect to the
access point that the wireless adapter connects last.
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Attaching the Wireless Adapter to a Camcorder/Recorder / Turning on the Power
Connecting to the
Terminal Device via a
Wireless LAN
Connect the wireless adapter and the terminal device via
the wireless LAN.
To connect
1
Set the WIRELESS switch to “AP,” then turn the
wireless adapter on.
The wireless adapter starts up in the AP mode.
2
If the terminal device is compatible with the WPS
function:
Press the WPS button for 3 seconds.
The ST indicator flashes in blue.
Note
It takes some time for the ST indicator to flash after
the wireless adapter is turned on.
The wireless adapter works as the access point. Connect
the terminal device to the wireless adapter via the
wireless LAN.
Smartphone/
tablet
Preparations
Connecting in the wireless LAN
access point mode (AP mode)
Perform the following steps within 2 minutes after
pressing the WPS button.
If the terminal device is not compatible with the
WPS function:
Proceed to the next step.
Computer
3
Set “Network setting” > “Wireless LAN setting” of
the terminal device to on.
For the wireless LAN setting of the terminal device,
refer to its operating instructions.
Wireless
LAN
module
(not
supplied)
4
Camcorder/recorder +
CBK-WA100/CBK-WA101
To connect a wireless LAN module to the
wireless adapter
If the terminal device is not compatible with the
WPS function:
Select the wireless adapter’s SSID
“DIRECT_taP0:WA100-012345” from the SSID
list, then input “abcdefgh” for the password.
Remove the cover of the USB connector, then connect
the optional wireless LAN module to the USB
connector.
For details of connecting, refer to the supplied
“Installation Manual.”
For compatible wireless LAN modules, contact your
Sony dealer or a Sony service representative.
Note
The SSID and password of the wireless adapter are
printed on the label of the wireless adapter. The
password can be changed in “AP Settings”
(page 27).
Notes
• Do not connect or disconnect a wireless LAN module
while the wireless adapter is turned on.
• If a wireless LAN module that is not compatible with
the wireless adapter is connected, the STATUS
indicator flashes in red quickly. In this case, connect a
compatible wireless LAN module.
If the terminal device is compatible with the WPS
function:
Select the wireless adapter’s SSID
“DIRECT_taP0:WA100-012345” from the SSID
list, then select “WPS Push Button” from the
options.
5
Start up the browser on the terminal device, then
access http://192.168.1.1:8080/index.html.
The screen for inputting the user name and
password appears on the browser.
Connecting to the Terminal Device via a Wireless LAN
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6
Input the user name and password, then touch
“OK.”
“User Name”: “admin” (default setting)
“Password”: “cbk-wa100” (default setting for the
CBK-WA100) or “cbk-wa101” (default setting for
the CBK-WA101)
The Web menu of the wireless adapter appears on
the browser. For details, see “About the Web Menu”
(page 21).
Preparations
Note
You can change the user name and password
(page 25).
Connecting in the wireless LAN
station mode (STA mode)
The wireless adapter connects to the access point as a
client. Connect the wireless adapter and terminal device
via the access point.
For compatible wireless LAN modules, contact your
Sony dealer or a Sony service representative.
Notes
• Do not connect or disconnect a wireless LAN module
while the wireless adapter is turned on.
• If a wireless LAN module that is not compatible with
the wireless adapter is connected, the STATUS
indicator flashes in red quickly. In this case, connect a
compatible wireless LAN module.
Connecting to the access point with the
WPS function
If the access point is compatible with the WPS function,
you can connect to the access point with the simple
settings. If the access point is not compatible with the
WPS function, see “To connect to the access point in the
STA mode without the WPS function” (page 28).
1
2
Turn the access point on.
Set the WIRELESS switch to “ST,” then turn the
wireless adapter on.
The wireless adapter starts up in the STA mode.
Smartphone/
tablet
Computer
3
Press the WPS button of the wireless adapter for 3
seconds.
The ST indicator flashes in blue.
Note
It takes some time for the ST indicator to flash after
the wireless adapter is turned on.
Perform the following steps within 2 minutes after
pressing the WPS button.
Access
point
4
Press the WPS button of the access point.
For the operation of the WPS button, refer to the
operating instructions of the access point.
When the connection is completed, the ST indicator
lights in blue and the STATUS indicator lights in
light green.
Wireless
LAN
module (not
supplied)
Note
Camcorder/recorder +
CBK-WA100/CBK-WA101
To connect a wireless LAN module to the
wireless adapter
Remove the cover of the USB connector, then connect
the optional wireless LAN module to the USB
connector.
For details of connecting, refer to the supplied
“Installation Manual.”
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Connecting to the Terminal Device via a Wireless LAN
If the connection fails, the ST indicator turns off. In
this case, perform steps from the step 1.
5
Connect the terminal device to the access point.
For connecting, refer to the operating instructions
of the terminal device.
6
Start up the browser on the terminal device, then
access to the wireless adapter.
Input one of the following addresses.
• http://<IP address that the access point assigns to
the wireless adapter>:8080/index.html
You can check the assigned IP address on the
webpage of the access point. For details, refer to
the operating instructions of the access point.
• http://WA100-<serial number of the wireless
adapter>:8080/index.html
“WA100-<serial number of the wireless
adapter>” can be changed as the host name
(page 25).
7
Input the user name and password, then touch
“OK.”
“User Name”: “admin” (default setting)
“Password”: “cbk-wa100” (default setting for the
CBK-WA100) or “cbk-wa101” (default setting for
the CBK-WA101)
The Web menu of the wireless adapter appears on
the browser. For details, see “About the Web Menu”
(page 21).
You can connect the wireless adapter to the Internet by
using an optional modem, or via an optional 3G/4G/LTE
access point.
Connecting to the Internet by using
a modem
Preparations
The screen for inputting the user name and
password appears on the browser.
Connecting to the
Internet
You can connect the wireless adapter to the Internet via
the 3G/4G/LTE line by connecting the optional modem
to the wireless adapter.
Smartphone/
Tablet
Computer
Internet
Note
You can change the user name and password
(page 25).
Using the “Content Browser Mobile”
application
You can access the wireless adapter from the terminal
device simply, without inputting the IP address.
Wireless
LAN
module (not
supplied)
modem
(not
supplied)
Checking the status of the wireless
LAN settings
You can check the status of the wireless LAN settings on
the “Status” screen (page 29).
The displayed items differ depending on the wireless
LAN mode of the wireless adapter (AP or STA mode).
Camcorder/recorder +
CBK-WA100/CBK-WA101
To connect the modem to the wireless
adapter
Remove the cover of the USB connector on the right,
then connect the optional modem to the USB connector.
For details of connecting, refer to the supplied
“Installation Manual.”
When connecting the modem that is compatible with the
wireless adapter, the connection settings are made
automatically, and the wireless adapter is ready for
connecting to the Internet.
For compatible modems, contact your Sony dealer or a
Sony service representative.
Connecting to the Internet
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The information of the modem appears on the “Modem
Settings” screen (page 29).
Notes
• Do not connect or disconnect a modem while the
wireless adapter is turned on.
• If a modem that is not compatible with the wireless
adapter is attached, the STATUS indicator flashes in
red quickly. In this case, attach a compatible modem.
Preparations
To check the modem settings
You can check the modem settings on the “Status”
screen (page 29).
Connecting to the Internet in the
wireless LAN station mode (STA
mode)
You can connect the wireless adapter to the Internet in
the STA mode via the optional 3G/4G/LTE access point
or by tethering on a smartphone/tablet.
When connecting via the 3G/4G/LTE access
point
Smartphone/
Tablet
Computer
3G/4G/LTE
access
point (not
supplied)
Internet
Wireless
LAN
module (not
supplied)
Camcorder/recorder +
CBK-WA100/CBK-WA101
When connecting by tethering on a
smartphone/tablet
Tethering on the
smartphone/
tablet
Internet
Wireless
LAN
module (not
supplied)
Camcorder/recorder +
CBK-WA100/CBK-WA101
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Connecting to the Internet
To connect
Connecting by using a LAN cable
Turning off the Power
When the power switch is set to “1,” the wireless
adapter is turned off and the power indicator is turned
off.
Turn the wireless adapter off after turning the
camcorder/recorder off.
Note
When you set the power switch to “1,” the wireless
adapter is turned off instantly. If the settings of the
wireless adapter are changed, the settings are stored on
the internal memory instantly.
Preparations
If the access point or smartphone/tablet is compatible
with the WPS function, connect the wireless adapter to
the Internet by performing procedures of “Connecting to
the access point with the WPS function” (page 10). If
the access point or smartphone/tablet is not compatible
with the WPS function, connect the wireless adapter to
the Internet by performing procedures of “To connect to
the access point in the STA mode without the WPS
function” (page 28).
Before connecting, turn the access point or smartphone/
tablet on, and activate its tethering function.
You can connect the wireless adapter to the network via
LAN cable by attaching the optional USB-RJ45 adapter
CBK-NA1 to the wireless adapter. Connect the LAN
cable to the router.
For details about the network settings, see “Wired LAN
Settings” (page 30).
Note
The CBK-NA1 and modem cannot be used
simultaneously.
Internet
Smartphone/
Tablet
Computer
Router
LAN cable
Wireless
LAN
module (not
supplied)
USB-RJ45
adapter
(not
supplied)
Camcorder/recorder +
CBK-WA100/CBK-WA101
Turning off the Power
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Operations
Recording the Video/
Audio of a Camcorder/
Recorder
Operations
You can create a proxy file* from the video and audio
signals that are input from the SDI IN connector. You
can then record the proxy file on an optional SD card by
interlocking to the recording start/stop operation of a
camcorder/recorder that is compatible with the wireless
adapter.
* When the proxy file is recorded automatically by
interlocking to a camcorder/recorder that is compatible with
the wireless adapter, the proxy file inherits the information
and size from the original file. When the proxy file is
recorded manually, or recorded by a device that is not
compatible with the wireless adapter, the proxy file does not
inherit the information and size from the original file.
Preparations
This section explains about an SD card that is used for
recording, and the format setting for the proxy file.
To check the remaining time
You can check the remaining time of the SD card on the
“SD Card” screen (page 17).
Notes
• Data integrity is not guaranteed if the power is turned
off or a memory card is removed while it is being
accessed. Data on the card may be destroyed. The
wireless adapter does not have any salvage function to
recover the damaged material. Be sure that the
wireless adapter is turned off before you remove an
SD card. Be sure that the STATUS indicator lights in
light green and the REC indicator is turned off before
you turn off the power.
• Make sure that the card does not pop out when
inserting or removing it.
Format setting for the recorded proxy file
The format is set to “640 × 360” (3 Mbps (VBR)) as
default. To change the setting, see “Proxy Format
Settings” (page 24).
Recording
Usable SD Cards
The proxy file can be recorded automatically by
interlocking to the recording start/stop operation of the
camcorder/recorder or recorded manually.
SDHC memory card* (Speed Class: 4 or higher)
The wireless adapter can be used with SDHC memory
cards of no more than 32GB.
To record by interlocking to the
camcorder
* Indicated as “SD card” in these Operating Instructions.
Recommended Sony SD cards
• SDHC UHS-I memory card (Class 10)
32GB SF-32UX2, 16GB SF-16UX, 8GB SF-8UX
• SD/SDHC memory card (Class 10)
32GB SF-32NX, 16GB SF-16NX, 8GB SF-8NX
• SD/SDHC memory card (Class 4)
32GB SF-32N4, 16GB SF-16N4, 8GB SF-8N4
• Micro SD card
SR-32A4, SR-16A4, SR-8A4
Inserting an SD card
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To remove the SD card
Open the cover of the SD card slot, remove the SD card
by pressing the SD card once lightly.
1
2
Open the cover of the SD card slot.
3
Close the cover.
Insert the SD card into the slot with the SD label
facing away from you.
Recording the Video/Audio of a Camcorder/Recorder
The wireless adapter can be used to record a proxy file
of the video/audio of camcorders PMW-500/PMW-400/
PMW-300/PMW-200/PMW-160/PMW-150 (or other
device able to send Rec/Stop control signals in an HDSDI signal) by interlocking with recording start/stop
operations. (The REC indicator lights in red while
recording.)
When the recording is stopped on the camcorder, the
wireless adapter stops recording automatically. (The
REC indicator turns off.)
For camcorders that are compatible with the wireless
adapter, the recorded proxy file inherits the information
and size from the original file that is recorded on the
camcorder.
Notes
• To interlock to the recording start/stop operation of the
camcorder, you need to set the camcorder to the “HDSDI Remote Rec.” To record the proxy file that
inherits the information and size from the original,
you need to set the “Parallel REC” and “Match Clip
Name” settings on the menu of the camcorder. For
The “Device Status” screen appears.
details, refer to the operating instructions of the
camcorder.
• If the wireless adapter and the camcorder are turned on
at the same time and you start recording on the
camcorder immediately, the length of a proxy file that
is recorded on an SD card differs from that of the
original file because there is a delay before the
wireless adapter starts recording.
• Interlocking recording is not available when the SDI
signal is SD.
“Lock” switch
“Rec”
To record by interlocking to the recorder
Operations
The recorder PMW-50/RX50 that is compatible the
wireless adapter can send the Rec/Stop control signals
by pressing the assignable button to which “Play&SDI
REC” is assigned, and the wireless adapter can record
the video/audio as the proxy file by interlocking to the
recorder’s playback. (During the recording, the REC
indicator lights in red.)
When playback is stopped on the recorder, the wireless
adapter stops recording automatically. (The REC
indicator turns off.)
To record by interlocking to playback of
the camcorder
The camcorder PDW-850 that is compatible with the
wireless adapter can send Rec/Stop control signals by
pressing the assignable button to which “Play&SDI
REC” is assigned when playing a file on the camcorder,
and the wireless adapter can record the video/audio as a
proxy file on an SD card by interlocking to camcorder
playback. (During recording, the REC indicator lights in
red.)
When playback is stopped on the camcorder, the
wireless adapter stops recording automatically. (The
REC indicator turns off.)
Note
When other than the “Device Status” screen is
displayed, the setting menu appears by touching
at the upper left of the screen, then select
“Device Status” to display the “Device Status”
screen.
2
Touch “Rec.”
The wireless adapter starts recording.
To stop recording, touch “Rec” again.
You can prevent misoperations by setting the
“Lock” switch to the right to lock “Rec.”
Note
Interlock recording is not available when the playback
signal is SD.
To record manually
You can record manually the HD-SDI signals that do not
have the Rec/Stop control signals from the camcorder/
recorder or other devices.
In this case, the recorded file does not inherit the
information and size from the original file.
1
Note
The “Rec” button operation is not available during
interlocking recording to the camcorder.
Using the “Content Browser Mobile”
application
You can perform manual recording by streaming the
playback video of the camcorder/recorder.
About the recorded file
Connect the terminal device to the wireless adapter
via the wireless LAN, start the browser on the
terminal device, then access the wireless adapter
from the browser (page 9).
The file system is FAT32 and the file extension is
“.mp4.”
The time code that is included on the HD-SDI signal is
also recorded on the files. The top frame of a proxy file
is also recorded as a still picture.
Recording the Video/Audio of a Camcorder/Recorder
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For PDW-850
If the GPS* information is included in HD-SDI signals,
the GPS information is also recorded.
* The GPS (Global Positioning System) is a navigation
system using the high precision satellite of the United States
that provides precise locations wherever you are.
About the file name
When recording by interlocking to a camcorder/
recorder that is compatible with the wireless
adapter
The file name is created as “<file name of the original
file> + S03.mp4.”
Operations
When other than the above
The file name is created from the time code when
starting to record.
For example, when starting to record at 14:30:20:05, the
file name is “14_30_20_05.mp4.” If there is the file of
the same name, a serial number is appended to the time
code.
Directory of the recorded file
• During recording by interlocking to the Rec/Stop
control signals, the recording operation on the
“Device Status” screen is disabled.
• The special recording mode of the camcorder such as
the Frame Rec, Interval Rec function, etc., is not
compatible.
• If the file size is larger than 4 GB, the file is split and
“_01” is appended to the file name of the split file.
Checking files that are recorded on
an SD card
The recorded files are listed on the “SD Card” screen.
You can play a file, delete a file, or format an SD card on
the “SD Card” screen.
1
Connect the terminal device to the wireless adapter
via the wireless LAN, start the browser on the
terminal device, then access the wireless adapter
from the browser (page 9).
The “Device Status” screen appears.
2
Touch “
” > “Media Info” > “SD Card.”
The “SD Card” screen appears.
The recorded file is stored in the “Root/PRIVATE/
PXROOT/Clip” directory.
A still picture file of the proxy file’s top frame is stored
in the “Root/PRIVATE/PXROOT/Thmbnl” directory,
and a log file of GPS is stored in the “Root/PRIVATE/
SONY/GPS” directory.
Notes
• When reaching the storage capacity of an SD card
during recording, a warning message appears on the
screen and the REC indicator flashes. The wireless
adapter stops recording.
• The maximum number of files that can be recorded on
one SD card is 600. When reaching the maximum
number of files, a warning message appears on the
screen and the REC indicator flashes.
• When the wireless adapter detects an error of an SD
card (writing or reading error) during recording, an
error message appears on the screen and the REC
indicator flashes.
• When an SD card is write-protected, you cannot
record. A warning message appears on the screen and
the REC indicator flashes.
• When there is a disturbance in the input signal from
the SDI IN connector and cannot record, the wireless
adapter stops recording and an error message appears
on the screen. (The STATUS indicator flashes.)
• When an SD card is not inserted, recording cannot be
performed. A warning message appears on the screen
and the REC indicator flashes.
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Recording the Video/Audio of a Camcorder/Recorder
3
Double touch the file that you want to play.
The selected file is played.
Using the “Content Browser Mobile”
application
You can display thumbnails of the recorded files on an
SD card with still pictures of a top frame by using the
“Content Browser Mobile” application of the version
2.0 or later.
To delete a recorded file
1
Select the file that you want to delete from the list
on the “SD Card” screen.
Select the file by touching. To cancel, touch the file
again.
2
Touch
at the upper right of the screen > “Delete.”
The confirmation screen appears. Touch “OK” to
delete the selected file. Select “Cancel” to cancel
deleting.
Uploading a File
You can upload a proxy file that is recorded on an SD
card, or an original file that is recorded on the
camcorder/recorder to the server on the Internet via the
3G/4G/LTE line, access point, or wired LAN.
Note
When using an SD card that was formatted with another
system unsupported by the wireless adapter, format it by
the following procedure.
Preparations
1
Touch at the upper right of the “SD Card” screen
> “Format.”
A confirmation screen appears.
Touch “OK” to start formatting. Select “Cancel” to
cancel formatting.
Note
All the data on the SD card are erased when it is
formatted, and the data cannot be restored.
To check the remaining time
The remaining time appears as “Giga Byte” at the top of
the “SD Card” screen.
You can also check the remaining time on the viewfinder
of the compatible camcorder.
Operations
To format an SD card
The wireless adapter cannot upload a proxy when you
start streaming or set the network client mode to on.
When you start streaming or set the network client mode
to on while uploading a proxy file, the proxy file
uploading is canceled.
To connect to the Internet
Connect the wireless adapter to the Internet by following
the procedure of “Connecting to the Internet” (page 11).
To register the server for uploading
Register the server for uploading by following the
procedure of “Register the server for uploading”
(page 31)
Selecting the file and uploading
Upload the file that is recorded on an SD card, or the
original file that is recorded on the camcorder/recorder,
to the server.
1
Connect the terminal device to the wireless adapter
via the wireless LAN, start the browser on the
terminal device, then access the wireless adapter
from the browser (page 9).
The “Device Status” screen appears.
2
Display the file list screen for selecting the file.
To upload the file from the SD card
Touch “ ” > “Media Info” > “SD Card.”
To upload the file from the camcorder/
recorder
Touch “ ” > “Media Info” > “Slot A” (for a
memory card in the slot A) or “Slot B” (for a
memory card in the slot B).
The “SD Card,” “Slot A,” or “Slot B” screen
appears.
Uploading a File
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Example: “SD Card” screen
5
Touch “Transfer.”
The wireless adapter starts uploading the selected
file.
The STATUS indicator flashes in light green during
uploading.
To cancel uploading, touch “Cancel.”
Note
If uploading fails, the STATUS indicator flashes in
orange.
If file transferring fails
Notes
Operations
• The “SD Card” or “Disc” screen appears when
connecting to the PDW-850.
• The “Slot A,” “Slot B,” or “Disc” screen cannot
be displayed when the wireless adapter is not
connected with the USB cable.
3
4
If file transferring fails, perform it again. If a transfer
was completed partway, the transfer starts from the point
it failed (resume function).
Note
This function is available only on a server that is
compatible with the resume function.
Select the file.
To check the file uploading
Select the file by touching the file. To cancel, touch
the file again.
For a proxy file that is recorded on an SD card, you
can check the file by double touching the file to
play back.
You can check the status of uploading on the “Job List”
screen that is displayed by touching “Job List” on the
“SD Card,” “Slot A,” or “Slot B” screen. For details, see
“Job List” (page 33).
Touch “Transfer.”
The server for which you set “Default Setting” to
“On” in “Register the server for uploading”
(page 31) appears.
To change the server, touch the server to display the
server list, then select the server.
Input the directory for the server to “Directory” if
necessary.
To upload the file partially
You can specify an in/out point on the recorded proxy
file and upload the proxy file partially by using the
“Content Browser Mobile” application of the version
2.0 or later.
Notes
• Up to 15 frame margins are added before or after the
position of the in/out point to proxy files that are
uploaded partially.
• If the partial file is made by the “Content Browser
Mobile” application of the version 1.3 or earlier, the
partial file may not be used on a nonlinear editing
device.
When connecting to the solid-state memory
camcorder with the USB cable
You can add the essence mark while the camcorder is
recording by using the “Content Browser Mobile”
application. The wireless adapter reflects the
information of the added essence mark to the proxy file.
You can set the in/out point easily by using the essence
mark information.
Note
This function works only for proxy files that inherit the
information and size from an original file that is
recorded on the camcorder. If the original file is divided,
the essence mark is not reflected to the proxy file.
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Uploading a File
Streaming Transmitting
the Live Video Image of
the Camcorder
High Quality Streaming
Transmission with
Sony’s QoS Technology
You can transmit live video that is being shot with the
camcorder via Internet or local network.
The wireless adapter is compatible with the high quality
streaming transmission function with Sony’s QoS
Technology by connecting to CCM of the Sony Network
RX Station PWS-100RX1 (optional) with the network
client mode of the wireless adapter.
1
Connect the terminal device to the wireless adapter
via wireless LAN, start the browser on the terminal
device, then access the wireless adapter from the
browser (page 9).
1
The “Device Status” screen appears.
Touch “
” > “Settings” > “Streaming Format.”
The “Device Status” screen appears.
The “Streaming Format” screen appears.
3
4
Select the preset at “Preset” of “Streaming.”
5
2
Touch “Off” of “Streaming” to change to “On.”
3
” > “Settings” > “System Settings.”
Touch “Network Client Mode Settings.”
The network client mode settings screen appears.
4
The live video image transmission starts.
Set the items for the network client mode.
For details about the setting items, see “Network
client mode settings” (page 26).
Notes
• If the power is turned off, “Streaming” is set to “Off.”
To perform stream transmission again, set
“Streaming” to “On.”
• The stream transmission method of the wireless
adapter is the MPEG2-TS/UDP or MPEG2-TS/RTP
method. To play the video and sound that are
transmitted as a stream, use a device that is compatible
with the method. For details, refer to the operating
instructions of the device.
Touch “
The “System Settings” screen appears.
Touch “Edit,” then edit the preset.
Set the format and transmission destination
(page 23).
Operations
2
Connect the terminal device to the wireless adapter
via wireless LAN, start the browser on the terminal
device, then access the wireless adapter from the
browser (page 9).
5
Touch “Off” of “Network Client” to change to
“On.”
6
Touch “OK.”
The network client mode is activated and the
wireless adapter is connected to the Network RX
Station PWS-100RX1. The live video image
transmission starts by operating on the Network RX
Station PWS-100RX1. For details, refer to the
operating instructions of the Network RX Station
PWS-100RX1.
Streaming Transmitting the Live Video Image of the Camcorder / High Quality Streaming Transmission with Sony’s QoS Technology
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Controlling the
Camcorder/Recorder
Remotely
You can control the camcorder/recorder remotely by
accessing the Wi-Fi remote commander that is built into
the camcorder/recorder.
1
Connect the terminal device to the wireless adapter
via the wireless LAN, start the browser on the
terminal device, then access the wireless adapter
from the browser (page 9).
Operations
The “Device Status” screen appears.
2
Touch “
” > “Cam Remote Control.”
The Wi-Fi remote commander screen appears.
(Example: PMW-200)
Wi-Fi remote commander (Smartphone)
Wi-Fi remote commander (Tablet)
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Controlling the Camcorder/Recorder Remotely
The available functions differ depending on the
camcorder/recorder. For details, refer to the
operating instructions of the camcorder/recorder.
Using the “Content Browser Mobile”
application
You can control the camcorder/recorder remotely while
streaming video of the camcorder/recorder. You can set
the streaming format for monitoring in “Streaming
Format Settings” (page 23).
Note
You can control the camcorder/recorder remotely via the
wired LAN by connecting the wireless adapter and the
terminal device via the wired LAN network and setting
“Wired LAN Settings” > “Web/Cam Remote” to “On”
(page 30).
Wireless adapter’s status
Settings
About the Web Menu
The Web menu of the wireless adapter appears by
accessing to the wireless adapter from the browser of the
terminal device that is connected to the wireless adapter
via a wireless LAN. You can check the status of the
wireless adapter, set the wireless adapter, and perform
the recording start/stop operation manually.
Initial screen
Displays the menu for selecting setting screen (page 22)
Short-cut buttons for the “SD Card” screen
(page 16) and the “Format” screen (page 23).
When the network client mode (page 26) is on,
“Streaming” and “Proxy” changes to the following
items.
• “Network Client”
“Connected to CCM Name”: Completion of
connection
Error indication: Destination Address Error,
Authentication Failed, No Internet Access,
Certificate is not yet valid
• “Streaming”
“Running”: During streaming
“Stop”: Not streaming
“Initializing”: In preparation
• “Proxy”
“Stop”: Not recording
“Disabling”: Unrecordable
Settings
When connecting the wireless adapter and terminal
device, and accessing to the wireless adapter from the
browser on the terminal device, the “Device Status”
screen appears on the browser displaying the wireless
adapter’s status and short-cut buttons.
“Status”
• “Streaming”
“Monitoring”: “Streaming” is set to “Off”
“Running”: “MPEG2-TS/UDP” or “MPEG2-TS/
RTP”
“Stop”: Not streaming
“Initializing”: In preparation
Error indication: Destination Address Error, No
Internet Access
• “Proxy”
“Recording”: During recording
“Stop”: Not recording
• “Remain”: Remaining time indication of an SD card
• “Warning/Error”: Warning/Error indication (“Wxxxxx” is a warning number. “Exx-xxx” is an error
number (page 38))
• “Rec”: Recording button (page 15)
• “Lock”: Lock switch (page 15)
Note
If “Certificate is not yet valid” appears, the date may be
set to a invalid value. Check the date setting.
Copyright information
Wireless adapter’s status
“Network”
• “Wireless LAN IP Address”: Wireless adapter’s IP
address
• “Internet Access”
“Modem”: Via a modem
“Wi-Fi Router”: Via a access point
“Unavailable”: Unable to connect
• “Modem Status”
“Connected”: Connected to the Internet
“Ether Type Modem Connected”: Connected to the
Ether type modem (“Internet IP Address” is
indicated as “unknown.”)
“Connecting”: Trying to connect to the Internet
“Disconnected”: Disconnected
About the Web Menu
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“USB-RJ45 Connected”: USB-RJ45 adapter is
attached
• “Internet IP Address”: Internet-facing IP address
(only when the IP address can be retrieved)
“Hardware”
• “Serial Number”: Wireless adapter’s serial number
• “Camcorder”: Connecting status between the wireless
adapter and camcorder/recorder
“Connected”
“Not connected”
Note
When the “Settings” screen is displayed, the desired
setting screen appears by touching the following.
Wireless LAN settings
Access point settings
System settings
Proxy settings
Streaming settings
“Firmware”
• “Firmware Version”: Wireless adapter’s firmware
version
About the setting menu
The setting menu appears by touching “ ” at the upper
left of the screen. Touch the item that you want to set.
Settings
“Settings”
Displays the screen for the setting of the wireless
adapter.
“Wireless Adapter”
• “Streaming Format”: Streaming format settings
(page 23)
• “Proxy Format”: Proxy format settings (page 23)
• “System Settings”: System settings (page 25)
“Wireless LAN”
• “AP Settings”: Access point settings (page 27)
• “Station Settings”: Wireless LAN settings (page 28)
• “Status”: Status for the wireless LAN settings
(page 29)
“Modem”
• “Modem Settings”: Modem settings (page 29)
• “Status”: Status for the modem settings (page 29)
“Wired LAN”
• “Wired LAN Settings”: Wired LAN settings (page 30)
• “Status”: Status for the wired LAN settings (page 30)
Note
“Modem” is changed to “Wired LAN” when the USBRJ45 adapter is attached.
“Upload Settings”
Upload settings (page 31)
Upload settings
Status for the modem/wired LAN*
settings
Modem/wired LAN* settings
Status for the wireless LAN settings
* When the USB-RJ45 adapter is attached.
“Media Info”
Displays the screen for displaying the status of the
media, or selecting the file that is uploaded (page 17).
• “SD Card”: SD card that is inserted into the card slot
of the wireless adapter.
• “Slot A”: Media that is inserted into the card slot A of
the camcorder/recorder.
• “Slot B”: Media that is inserted into the card slot B of
the camcorder/recorder.
• “Disc”: Professional disc of the PDW-850.
“Job List”
Displays the screen for managing the uploaded files
(page 33).
“Cam Remote Control”
Displays the Wi-Fi remote commander by accessing the
camcorder/recorder (page 20).
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About the Web Menu
Streaming Format
Settings
You can set the format for the stream that is monitored
on the terminal device via wireless LAN, or the format/
transmission destination for the stream via Internet/
wired LAN.
“Frame Rate”
Displays the frame rate of the video. This is set by the
signal that is input from the SDI IN connector.
“23.98 fps”: 23.975 fps
“25 fps”: 25 fps
“29.97 fps”: 29.97 fps
“50 fps”: 50 fps
“59.94 fps”: 59.94 fps
Note
Video
• AVC/H.264 Main Profile, 4:2:0 Long GOP
• Size is selected in the following settings.
Audio
• AAC-LC compression
• Sampling frequency: 48 kHz
• Bit rate: 128 kbps for Stereo
• Playback channel is selected in the following settings.
“24 fps” is not conformed.
“Bit Rate”
Displays the bit rate of the video.
“1 Mbps (VBR)”: 480 × 270
“0.5 Mbps (VBR)”: 480 × 270
Streaming Settings
Settings
You can set the format or transmission destination for
streaming. Settings are stored as up to 3 presets.
“On/Off”
Switches between on/off for the streaming transmission.
Note
The monitoring function does not work while this item
is set to “On.”
“Preset”
Select the preset from “Preset 1 to 3.” The preset can be
edited by touching “Edit.”
To edit the preset
1
2
Select the preset in “Preset.”
Touch “Edit.”
The preset editing screen appears.
Monitoring settings
You can set the format when monitoring on the terminal
device.
“Size”
Set the size and bit rate of the video for the monitoring.
“480 × 270”: 1 Mbps (VBR)
“480 × 270”: 0.5 Mbps (VBR)
3
Set the following items.
“Type”
Selects the type of video for streaming from
“MPEG2-TS/UDP” and “MPEG2-TS/RTP.”
“Size”
Sets the video size for the stream.
While “HD/SD Auto” is set, this is set by the signal
that is input from the SDI IN connector.
Note
This bit rate is the average value. The actual bit rate may
be more than the average value.
“Bit Rate”
Sets the bit rate for the stream.
The selectable items differ depending on the “Size”
setting.
Streaming Format Settings
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“Destination Address”
Input the address of the server for the streaming
transmission.
“Destination Port”
Input the port number that is used for streaming of
the destination server.
4
Touch “OK.”
The editing is reflected and preset settings are
displayed on “Properties.”
To cancel editing, touch “Cancel.”
Notes
Settings
• Data may leak because the video/audio data is
transferred via Internet. Be sure that the transmission
destination can receive the streaming data. The data
may be missent to a unintended party because of
setting mistakes of the address.
• Not all frames may be played depending on the status
of the network.
• The picture quality may deteriorate in scenes with
quick motion.
• Not all frames may be played when the stream is set to
a large size with a small bit rate. To reduce this, select
a smaller size.
Proxy Format Settings
You can set the format of the proxy file that is recorded
on the SD card.
Video
• XAVC® Proxy (AVC/H.264 Main Profile, 4:2:0 Long
GOP)
• Size is selected in the following settings.
Audio
• AAC-LC compression
• Sampling frequency: 48 kHz
• Bit rate: 128 kbps for Stereo
• Playback channel is selected in the following settings.
Audio channel settings
“Audio Channel Select”
Selects the audio channel for recording.
“Ch-1 & Ch-2”: Audio of the channel 1 and 2 (default
setting)
“Ch-3 & Ch-4”: Audio of the channel 3 and 4
Note
The left of the item name is played on the left channel,
the right of the item name is played on the right channel.
“Size”
Set the size and bit rate of the video for the proxy file.
“1280 × 720”: 9 Mbps (VBR)
“1280 × 720”: 6 Mbps (VBR)
“640 × 360”: 3 Mbps (VBR)
“480 × 270”: 1 Mbps (VBR)
“480 × 270”: 0.5 Mbps (VBR)
Note
This bit rate is the average value. The actual bit rate may
be more than the average value.
“Frame Rate”
Displays the frame rate of the video. This is set by the
signal that is input from the SDI IN connector.
“23.98 fps”: 23.975 fps
“25 fps”: 25 fps
“29.97 fps”: 29.97 fps
“50 fps”: 50 fps
“59.94 fps”: 59.94 fps
Note
“24 fps” is not conformed.
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Proxy Format Settings
“Bit Rate”
Displays the bit rate of the video.
“9 Mbps (VBR)”: 1280 × 720
“6 Mbps (VBR)”: 1280 × 720
“3 Mbps (VBR)”: 640 × 360
“1 Mbps (VBR)”: 480 × 270
“0.5 Mbps (VBR)”: 480 × 270
“Audio Channel Select”
Selects the audio channel for recording.
“Ch-1 & Ch-2”: Audio of the channel 1 and 2 (default
setting)
“Ch-3 & Ch-4”: Audio of the channel 3 and 4
System settings
You can set the date/time and the host name/user name/
password for accessing the Web menu of the wireless
adapter.
Date and time settings
User name and password settings
Note
The left of the item name is played on the left channel,
the right of the item name is played on the right channel.
Settings
Network client mode settings
Updating (For details, see “Updating the Wireless
Adapter” (page 34).)
User and password settings
You can set the host name, user name, and password for
accessing the Web menu of the wireless adapter. You can
also set the user name and password for accessing the
camcorder/recorder.
Touch “User/Password” on the “System Settings”
screen.
The setting is reflected by touching “OK.” To cancel,
touch “Cancel.”
“Host Name”
Input the host name of the wireless adapter.
(Default: “WA100-” + Serial number for CBK-WA100,
“WA101-” + Serial number for CBK-WA101)
System settings
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“User”
Input the user name of the wireless adapter.
(Default: “admin”)
“Password”
Input the password of the wireless adapter.
Input again to confirm.
(Default: “cbk-wa100” for CBK-WA100, “cbk-wa101”
for CBK-WA101)
Note
The characters other than alphanumeric characters
allowed for “User”/“Password” are ! % * + , - . = _.
“Camcorder User”
Input the user name of the camcorder.
“Camcorder Password”
Input the password of the camcorder.
Settings
Date and time settings
You can set the date and time.
Touch “Date & Time” on the “System Settings” screen.
“NTP Server Name”
Adjust the date and time by connecting to the NTP
server.
Input the host name of the NTP server that you want to
connect.
“Adjust Date”: Touch to connect to the NTP server and
update the date and time automatically.
“Adjust Date on boot”
If you set to “On,” the date and time are updated
automatically by connecting to the NTP server when the
wireless adapter is turned on (only when the wireless
adapter is connected to the Internet).
“Time Zone”
Select the time zone from the list.
“Summer Time”
If you set to “On,” summer time is activated (+1 hour).
“Log File”
Store the log file on an SD card.
Network client mode settings
You can set the network client mode.
Touch “Network Client Mode Settings” on the “System
Settings” screen.
The setting is reflected by touching “OK.” To cancel,
touch “Cancel.”
Note
The retention period for the date and time settings is 7
days. If the retention period is exceeded, the date and
time settings returns to default settings “2014:
12:01:00:00:00.”
“Date & Time”
“Year”
“Month”
“Day”
“Hour”
“Min.”
“Sec.”
The setting is reflected by touching “OK.” To cancel,
touch “Cancel.”
“Network Client”
If set to “On,” the network client mode is set to on and
the wireless adapter starts connecting to the CCM.
“Auto Start”
If set to “On,” the wireless adapter starts with the
network client mode on when the wireless adapter is
turned on the next time.
“CCM Address”
Input the address of the connected CCM.
“CCM Port”
Input the port number of the connected CCM.
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System settings
“User”
Input the user name.
“Password”
Input the password.
Note
Access Point Settings
(AP Settings)
You can perform the setting to use the wireless adapter
as an access point.
When the network client mode is set to on during
streaming, monitoring, proxy recording, or file
uploading, the confirmation dialog appears. If “OK” is
selected and the wireless adapter enters the network
client mode, those operations are canceled.
Settings
“WLAN Device Name”
Displays the name of the used wireless LAN module.
“Channel Select”
You can change the wireless LAN channel.
“Auto” selects Ch1 to Ch11 automatically, and “Channel
Select” allows you to set Ch1 to Ch11 manually.
“SSID”
Displays the wireless adapter’s SSID.
“Key”
You can change the wireless adapter’s password.
8 to 63 alphanumeric characters can be used.
Access Point Settings (AP Settings)
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Wireless LAN Settings
You can perform the setting for connecting to the
wireless LAN.
“Primary DNS Server”
Input the primary DNS server for the access point. This
setting is available only when “DNS Auto” is set to
“Off.”
“Secondary DNS Server”
Input the secondary DNS server for the access point.
This setting is available only when “DNS Auto” is set to
“Off.”
“Submit”
Determines the wireless LAN settings.
To connect to the access point in the STA
mode without the WPS function
1
Connect the terminal device to the wireless adapter
in the AP mode (page 9).
2
Set the items on the “Station Settings” screen.
Settings
Perform settings in accordance with the access
point settings.
For details about the access point settings, see the
operating instructions of the access point.
“Host Name”
Displays the host name of the wireless adapter.
“SSID”
Input the SSID of the access point to which the wireless
adapter connects.
WPA and WPA2 are available for the authentication.
“Key”
Input the password for the access point.
“DHCP”
Set the DHCP setting.
When you set to “On,” the IP address is assigned to the
wireless adapter automatically. To assign the IP address
to the wireless adapter manually, set to “Off.”
“IP Address”
Input the IP address of the wireless adapter. This setting
is available only when “DHCP” is set to “Off.”
“Subnet mask”
Input the subnet mask of the wireless adapter. This
setting is available only when “DHCP” is set to “Off.”
“Gateway”
Input the default gateway for the access point. This
setting is available only when “DHCP” is set to “Off.”
“DNS Auto”
Set the DNS automatic acquisition function.
The DNS server address is acquired automatically by
setting to “On.”
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Wireless LAN Settings
3
Touch “Submit.”
The set items are determined.
4
Set the WIRELESS switch to “ST.”
The wireless adapter starts connecting in the STA
mode. Access the wireless adapter from the
terminal device by performing procedure from step
5 of “Connecting in the wireless LAN station mode
(STA mode)” (page 10).
Checking the wireless LAN settings
Display the screen for checking the wireless LAN
settings by touching “Wireless LAN” > “Status.”
The displayed items differ depending on the wireless
LAN mode of the wireless adapter.
Modem Settings
You can perform the setting for connecting to the
Internet by connecting an optional modem to the
wireless adapter.
AP mode
Settings
STA mode
When connecting a modem that is compatible with the
wireless adapter, the connection settings are made
automatically, and the connection settings appears on
the “Modem Settings” screen. (The wireless adapter is
ready for connecting to the Internet.)
When the modem is not connected, setting values are not
displayed.
For compatible modems, contact your Sony dealer or a
Sony service representative.
Note
When the optional USB-RJ45 adapter is attached, the
“Modem Settings” screen does not appear.
Checking the modem settings
Display the screen for checking the modem settings by
touching “Modem” > “Status.”
Modem Settings
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Wired LAN Settings
You can perform the setting for connection to the
network using the optional USB-RJ45 adapter and LAN
cable.
“Web/Cam Remote”
Set the access permission for the Web menu of the
wireless adapter or the Wi-Fi remote commander of the
camcorder using the USB-RJ45 adapter. The access is
permitted by setting to on.
Note
We recommend that “Web/Cam Remote” is set to on
while the wireless adapter is not connected to the
Internet to prevent unauthorized access. If the wireless
adapter is connected to the Internet, be sure to confirm
that the connected network is protected securely.
“Submit”
Determines the wireless LAN settings.
Checking the wired LAN settings
Display the screen for checking the wired LAN settings
by touching “Wired LAN” > “Status.”
Settings
Note
The “Wired LAN Settings” screen appears only when
the optional USB-RJ45 adapter is attached.
“DHCP”
Set the DHCP setting.
When you set to “On,” the IP address is assigned to the
wireless adapter automatically. To assign the IP address
to the wireless adapter manually, set to “Off.”
“IP Address”
Input the IP address of the wireless adapter. This setting
is available only when “DHCP” is set to “Off.”
“Subnet mask”
Input the subnet mask of the wireless adapter. This
setting is available only when “DHCP” is set to “Off.”
“Gateway”
Input the default gateway for the access point. This
setting is available only when “DHCP” is set to “Off.”
“DNS Auto”
Set the DNS automatic acquisition function.
The DNS server address is acquired automatically by
setting to “On.”
“Primary DNS Server”
Input the primary DNS server for the access point. This
setting is available only when “DNS Auto” is set to
“Off.”
“Secondary DNS Server”
Input the secondary DNS server for the access point.
This setting is available only when “DNS Auto” is set to
“Off.”
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Wired LAN Settings
Upload Settings
You can register the server for uploading a proxy file that
is recorded on the wireless adapter or an original file that
is recorded on the camcorder/recorder, or change the
server setting that is registered.
Delete the registered server.
Change the server settings.
Note
After registering with Sony Ci, “Unlink” will appear on
the setting screen. If you touch “Unlink,” the current
user account will be unlinked, and you can link with a
different user account.
Register the server for uploading
The setting screen appears by touching “Create New.”
Select the server.
Settings
Turn the auto transferring
function on/off.
Register the server.
“Sony Ci” is set for the server as the default.
Sony Ci is “Media Cloud Services” that is provided by
Sony. You can upload files to the Sony cloud service
Sony Ci.
Note
To use Sony Ci, registration is required. For more
details, please visit www.SonyMCS.com/wireless
To register “Sony Ci”
1
Make sure that “Sony Ci” is displayed on the
“Upload Settings” screen, then touch “Edit.”
The setting is reflected by touching “OK.” To cancel,
touch “Cancel.”
“Default Server”
When you set to “On,” the server takes priority for
displaying the server name on the list when uploading.
“Display Name”
Input the server name that is displayed on the list.
“Service”
Displays the server type.
“FTP”: FTP server
The setting screen for Sony Ci appears.
2
“Host Name”
Input the address of the server.
Input the user name for “User” and password for
“Password.” For more details, please visit
www.SonyMCS.com/wireless
“User”
Input the user name of the server.
3
Touch “Link.”
“Password”
Input the password of the server.
Note
“Link” is the operation to associate the user with
the wireless adapter. To perform “Link,” you need
to connect the wireless adapter to the Internet.
“PASV Mode”
Turn on/off the PASV mode.
“Destination Directory”
Specify the directory for uploading.
After a few moments, the completion message
appears.
4
Touch “OK.”
Upload Settings
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Note
If illegal characters are input as a directory name, the
directory is not generated and a file is uploaded to the
directory directly under the target directory.
“Using Secure Protocol”
Set whether to perform secure FTP transferring.
“Load Certification”
Load the CA certification.
Notes
• We recommend to use FTPS because the FTP
communication is not encrypted.
• The loaded certification is in PEM format and named
“certification.pem.” It is stored on the root directory of
an SD card.
Settings
Changing the registered server
settings
Touch “Edit” after selecting the server for which you
want to change the settings on the “Upload Settings”
screen.
Change the settings on the screen.
For about the setting items, see “Register the server for
uploading” (page 31).
Deleting the registered server
Touch “Delete” after selecting the server that you want
to delete on the “Upload Settings” screen.
When the confirmation screen appears, touch “OK.”
The selected server is deleted and the display returns to
the previous screen.
Starting file transferring
automatically after recording
Set “Auto upload” to “On” to automatically start
transferring the file that is stored on an SD card after
recording.
Note
The target folder is named after the set folder selected in
“Selecting the file and uploading” (page 17). When a
target folder is not set, it is named in date format. To
change the target folder, perform settings in “Selecting
the file and uploading.”
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Upload Settings
Re-starting file transferring
(Resume function)
If file transferring fails, the file transferring starts where
transferring failed when re-transferring.
Notes
• This function is available only on a server that is
compatible with the resume function.
• When file transferring fails, the STATUS indicator
flashes in orange.
Job List
You can check the list of the files to be uploaded, the file
that is being uploaded, cancel or start the file uploading,
and delete the file from the file list.
Settings
• “Total”: Progress of all the files to be uploaded.
• “Status”: Progress of the file that is currently being
uploaded.
• “Transfer data rate”: Transfer rate (estimated value)
• “Remain time”: Remaining time (estimated value)
To cancel or start uploading, or delete a
file from the file list
1
2
Select the file on the list.
Touch
at the upper right of the screen.
Select the item.
• “Abort selected”: Cancels uploading the selected
file.
• “Delete from list”: Deletes the selected file from
the list.
• “Start selected”: Starts uploading the selected
file.
• “Clear completed”: Deletes the list of all the
uploaded files.
Job List
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Note
Maintenance
If you turn the wireless adapter off while updating,
the update will not complete. In this case, repeat the
steps from the beginning.
Updating the Wireless
Adapter
Turn the wireless adapter off, then turn the wireless
adapter on.
The wireless adapter starts with the new version of
the firmware.
You can check the version on the “Device Status”
screen (page 21).
You can update the wireless adapter by loading a version
up file stored on the root directory of an SD card.
Even though you update the wireless adapter, the setting
value is retained. You can use the wireless adapter as is.
However, the Job List items are reset.
If the updating fails
1
Insert an SD card with the file of the latest version
is saved to and turn on the power.
If the updating fails, the STATUS indicator flashes in
red. In this case, repeat the steps from the beginning.
2
Connect the terminal device to the wireless adapter
via the wireless LAN, start the browser on the
terminal device, then access the wireless adapter
from the browser (page 9).
The “Device Status” screen appears.
3
Touch “ ” > “Settings” > “Wireless Adapter” >
“System Settings.”
Maintenance
The “System Settings” screen appears.
4
Touch “Firmware Update.”
The “Firmware Update” screen appears.
5
Touch “Update” to load the file from the SD card.
While updating, only the power indicator lights up,
and “Firmware updating It takes several minutes,
please wait.” appears.
After a few moments, “After all LED blinking,
please power off-> on.” appears.
6
The wireless adapter restarts, and the STATUS,
REC, and ST indicators flash.
While restarting, the Web menu does not appear on
the browser.
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7
Updating the Wireless Adapter
Outputting the log file
If an abnormality occurs in the wireless adapter, the log
can be recorded on an SD card. The log file is encrypted,
and cannot be checked by a customer. Contact a Sony
service representative and submit the log file as
necessary.
To Return to the Factory
Setting
You can return all the settings of the wireless adapter to
the factory setting.
1
Press and hold the RESET button for 3 seconds.
The STATUS indicator turns off, then the wireless
adapter restarts.
Maintenance
To Return to the Factory Setting
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support. Otherwise the adapter may fall off the
camcorder support during transfer, causing injury.
On condensation
Important Notes on
Operation
Use and storage locations
Store in a level, ventilated place. Avoid using or storing
the adapter in the following places.
• In excessive heat or cold (operating temperature
range: 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F))
• Remember that in summer in warm climates the
temperature inside a car with the windows closed can
easily exceed 50°C (122°F).
• In damp or dusty locations
• Locations where the adapter may be exposed to rain
• Locations subject to violent vibration
• Near strong magnetic fields
• Close to radio or TV transmitters producing strong
electromagnetic fields.
• In direct sunlight or close to heaters for extended
periods
Do not subject to strong shocks
Do not drop the adapter or subject it to strong shocks.
The adapter may be damaged.
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Do not wrap in a cloth or other covering
during operation
Internal temperatures may rise, causing malfunctions.
Maintenance
Clean the cabinet and panels by wiping lightly with a
soft, dry cloth. If they are very dirty, use a cloth
dampened with a small amount of neutral detergent,
then wipe dry. Avoid the use of volatile solvents such as
thinners, alcohol, benzene, and insecticides. They may
damage the surface finish or cause it to peel off.
Transport
When transporting the adapter by truck, ship, or air, or
whenever it may be handled as freight, always pack it in
the original protective packaging, after removing the
camcorder, adapter, and cables from the camcorder
support.
Transfer
Avoid transferring the camcorder/recorder and the
adapter as mounted on the camcorder/recorder. Before
transfer, dismount the camcorder from the camcorder
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Important Notes on Operation
If the unit is suddenly taken from a cold to a warm
location, or if ambient temperature suddenly rises,
moisture may form on the outer surface of the unit and/
or inside of the unit. This is known as condensation. If
condensation occurs, turn off the unit and wait until the
condensation clears before operating the unit. Operating
the unit while condensation is present may damage the
unit.
Life expectancy of the electrolytic
capacitor
The life expectancy of the electrolytic capacitor is about
5 years under normal operating temperatures and normal
usage (8 hours per day; 25 days per month). If usage
exceeds the above normal usage frequency, the life
expectancy may be reduced correspondingly.
Fragmentation
If pictures cannot be recorded/reproduced properly, try
reformatting the SD card.
After repeatedly recording/playback with an SD card for
an extended period, files on the SD card may be
fragmented, preventing proper recording/storage. In
such a case, make a backup of clips from the SD card,
then reformat it.
Note when using the battery
When supplying power to the wireless adapter from the
BP-U60T Battery Pack, be sure that the battery power is
fully charged before using the wireless adapter.
Note
Troubleshooting
This section describes measures you can take when
problems occur in the following situations.
• Trying to make a wireless LAN connection
• Connecting to the Internet
Obstructions and electromagnetic interference between
the wireless adapter and wireless LAN access point or
terminal device, or the ambient environment (such as
wall materials) could shorten the communication range
or prevent connections altogether. If you experience
these problems, check the connection/communication
status after moving the camcorder to a new location, or
bringing the wireless adapter and access point/terminal
device closer together.
When making a wireless LAN connection
Problem
Resolution
The STATUS indicator flashes in red, and the
wireless LAN cannot be used.
The connected wireless LAN module may not be compatible with the wireless
adapter. For compatible wireless LAN modules, contact your Sony dealer or a Sony
service representative.
The terminal device cannot access to the
wireless adapter.
• Check the connection settings of the terminal device such as the IP address
setting, etc.
• The communication setting between the access point and client may be invalid.
For details, refer to the operating instructions of the access point.
You cannot log in to the wireless adapter.
Check the user name and password that you set.
The Web menu does not appear.
• Check the IP address setting.
• Check that the port number (:8080) is added to the IP address.
The Wi-Fi remote commander does not appear.
• Check that the USB cable is connected.
• Check that the firmware version of the camcorder/recorder is adapted for the
wireless adapter.
When connecting to the Internet
Resolution
The STATUS indicator flashes in red, and the
modem cannot be recognized.
The connected modem may not be compatible with the wireless adapter. For
compatible modems, contact your Sony dealer or a Sony service representative.
The STATUS indicator flashes in orange, and
the file uploading fails.
The user name and password of the server may not be correct. Input the correct user
name and password.
The STATUS indicator lights in orange, and
the file cannot be uploaded.
The state of the radio wave of 3G/4G/LTE may be bad. Change the location and try
again.
The original file cannot be uploaded.
• Check that the USB cable is connected.
• Check that the firmware version of the camcorder/recorder is adapted for the
wireless adapter.
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Problem
When making a wired LAN connection
Problem
Resolution
“E03-007 IP Address Setting Error” appears.
Conflicts occur between the network addresses for the wireless LAN and IP address
setting.
Change the address manually, or change the setting of the network router.
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Error/Warning Indicator
If the wireless adapter detects an error, the error message
appears on the “Device Status” screen.
Type
Error/
Description STATUS
warning
indicator
ID
Hard
E01-003
AV
Flashes
in red
quickly
E01-004
3G/4G
Device Error
Flashes
in orange
quickly
E01-005
Firmware
update error
Flashes
in red
slowly
E02-002
SDI Signal
Error
Flashes
in red
slowly
Communication E03-001
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Device Error
Communication Lights in
Error
orange
E03-002
Not
supported
device
Flashes
in red
quickly
E03-003
File Transfer
Error
Flashes
in orange
slowly
E03-004
Firmware
update error
Flashes
in red
slowly
E03-005
Authentication
failed*
Flashes
in orange
slowly
E03-006
Server
Capacity
Over
Flashes
in orange
slowly
E03-007
IP Address
setting error
Lights in
orange
Error/Warning Indicator
REC
indicator
Type
Error/
Description STATUS
indicator
warning
ID
REC
indicator
Media
W04-001 No Media
Flashes
in red
W04-002 Media
Capacity
Over
Flashes
in red
E04-003
Read Error
Flashes
in red
E04-004
Write Error
(other than
Media
Capacity
Over)
Flashes
in red
W04-005 Locked
Media
Flashes
in red
W04-006 Media Full
(reached to
600 clips)
Flashes
in red
E04-007
Flashes
in red
Not
supported
media
* Sony Ci authentication is expired, or FTP server
authentication failed.
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of distribution of the software licensed under such license,
requires that the distributor make the software available in
source code format. If and to the extent disclosure is
required, please visit www.sony.com/linux or other
SONY-designated web site for a list of applicable OPEN
SOURCE COMPONENTS included in the SOFTWARE
from time to time, and the applicable terms and conditions
governing its use. Such terms and conditions may be
changed by the applicable third party at any time without
liability to you. To the extent required by the licenses
covering EXCLUDED SOFTWARE, the terms of such
licenses will apply in lieu of the terms of this EULA. To the
extent the terms of the licenses applicable to EXCLUDED
SOFTWARE prohibit any of the restrictions in this EULA
with respect to such EXCLUDED SOFTWARE, such
restrictions will not apply to such EXCLUDED
SOFTWARE. To the extent the terms of the licenses
applicable to Open Source Components require SONY to
make an offer to provide source code in connection with the
SOFTWARE, such offer is hereby made.
Appendix
USE OF SOFTWARE WITH COPYRIGHTED
MATERIALS
The SOFTWARE may be capable of being used by you
to view, store, process and/or use content created by you
and/or third parties. Such content may be protected by
copyright, other intellectual property laws, and/or
agreements. You agree to use the SOFTWARE only in
compliance with all such laws and agreements that apply
to such content. You acknowledge and agree that SONY
may take appropriate measures to protect the copyright
of content stored, processed or used by the
SOFTWARE. Such measures include, but are not
limited to, counting the frequency of your backup and
restoration through certain SOFTWARE features,
refusal to accept your request to enable restoration of
data, and termination of this EULA in the event of your
illegitimate use of the SOFTWARE.
CONTENT SERVICE
PLEASE ALSO NOTE THAT THE SOFTWARE MAY
BE DESIGNED TO BE USED WITH CONTENT
AVAILABLE THROUGH ONE OR MORE CONTENT
SERVICES (“CONTENT SERVICE”). USE OF THE
SERVICE AND THAT CONTENT IS SUBJECT TO
THE TERMS OF SERVICE OF THAT CONTENT
SERVICE. IF YOU DECLINE TO ACCEPT THOSE
TERMS, YOUR USE OF THE SOFTWARE WILL BE
LIMITED. You acknowledge and agree that certain
content and services available through the SOFTWARE
may be provided by third parties over which SONY has
no control. USE OF THE CONTENT SERVICE
REQUIRES AN INTERNET CONNECTION. THE
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CONTENT SERVICE MAY BE DISCONTINUED AT
ANY TIME.
INTERNET CONNECTIVITY AND THIRD PARTY
SERVICES
You acknowledge and agree that access to certain
SOFTWARE features may require an Internet
connection for which you are solely responsible.
Further, you are solely responsible for payment of any
third party fees associated with your Internet
connection, including but not limited to Internet service
provider or airtime charges. Operation of the
SOFTWARE may be limited or restricted depending on
the capabilities, bandwidth or technical limitations of
your Internet connection and service. The provision,
quality and security of such Internet connectivity are the
sole responsibility of the third party providing such
service.
EXPORT AND OTHER REGULATIONS
You agree to comply with all applicable export and reexport restrictions and regulations of the area or country
in which you reside, and not to transfer, or authorize the
transfer, of the SOFTWARE to a prohibited country or
otherwise in violation of any such restrictions or
regulations.
HIGH RISK ACTIVITIES
The SOFTWARE is not fault-tolerant and is not
designed, manufactured or intended for use or resale as
on-line control equipment in hazardous environments
requiring fail-safe performance, such as in the operation
of nuclear facilities, aircraft navigation or
communication systems, air traffic control, direct life
support machines, or weapons systems, in which the
failure of the SOFTWARE could lead to death, personal
injury, or severe physical or environmental damage
("HIGH RISK ACTIVITIES"). SONY, each of the
THIRD-PARTY SUPPLIERS, and each of their
respective affiliates specifically disclaim any express or
implied warranty, duty or condition of fitness for HIGH
RISK ACTIVITIES.
EXCLUSION OF WARRANTY ON SOFTWARE
You acknowledge and agree that use of the SOFTWARE
is at your sole risk and that you are responsible for use
of the SOFTWARE. The SOFTWARE is provided "AS
IS,” without warranty, duty or condition of any kind.
SONY AND EACH OF THE THIRD-PARTY
SUPPLIERS (for purposes of this Section, SONY and
each of the THIRD-PARTY SUPPLIERS shall be
collectively referred to as “SONY”) EXPRESSLY
DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, DUTIES OR
CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
NONINFRINGEMENT AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. SONY DOES NOT
WARRANT OR MAKE ANY CONDITIONS OR
REPRESENTATIONS (A) THAT THE FUNCTIONS
CONTAINED IN ANY OF THE SOFTWARE WILL
MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS OR THAT THEY
WILL BE UPDATED, (B) THAT THE OPERATION
OF ANY OF THE SOFTWARE WILL BE CORRECT
OR ERROR-FREE OR THAT ANY DEFECTS WILL
BE CORRECTED, (C) THAT THE SOFTWARE WILL
NOT DAMAGE ANY OTHER SOFTWARE,
HARDWARE OR DATA, (D) THAT ANY
SOFTWARE, NETWORK SERVICES (INCLUDING
THE INTERNET) OR PRODUCTS (OTHER THAN
THE SOFTWARE) UPON WHICH THE
SOFTWARE’S PERFORMANCE DEPENDS WILL
CONTINUE TO BE AVAILABLE,
UNINTERRUPTED OR UNMODIFIED, AND (E)
REGARDING THE USE OR THE RESULTS OF THE
USE OF THE SOFTWARE IN TERMS OF ITS
CORRECTNESS, ACCURACY, RELIABILITY, OR
OTHERWISE.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
SONY AND EACH OF THE THIRD-PARTY
SUPPLIERS (for purposes of this Section, SONY and
each of the THIRD-PARTY SUPPLIERS shall be
collectively referred to as “SONY”) SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF
ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY,
BREACH OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT
LIABILITY OR UNDER ANY OTHER LEGAL
THEORY RELATED TO THE SOFTWARE,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF LOSS OF PROFITS,
LOSS OF REVENUE, LOSS OF DATA, LOSS OF USE
OF THE SOFTWARE OR ANY ASSOCIATED
HARDWARE, DOWN TIME AND USER’S TIME,
EVEN IF ANY OF THEM HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF
THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN ANY
CASE, EACH AND ALL OF THEIR AGGREGATE
LIABILITY UNDER ANY PROVISION OF THIS
EULA SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE AMOUNT
ACTUALLY PAID FOR THE PRODUCT. SOME
JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE
CONSENT TO USE OF NON-PERSONAL
INFORMATION, LOCATION DATA, DATA
SECURITY
You acknowledge and agree that SONY and its
affiliates, partners and agents may read, collect, transfer,
process and store certain information collected from the
SOFTWARE, including but not limited to information
about (i) the SOFTWARE and (ii) the software
applications, contents and peripheral devices that
interact with your wireless adapter and the SOFTWARE
(“Information”). Information includes, but is not limited
to: (1) unique identifiers relating to your wireless
adapter and its components; (2) performance of the
wireless adapter, the SOFTWARE and their
components; (3) configurations of your wireless adapter,
the SOFTWARE and the software applications, contents
and peripheral devices that interact with the wireless
adapter and the SOFTWARE; (4) use and frequency of
use of the functions of (x) the SOFTWARE, and (y) the
software applications, contents and peripheral devices
that interact with the SOFTWARE; and (5) location
data, as indicated below. SONY and its affiliates,
partners and agents may use and disclose Information
subject to applicable laws in order to improve its
products and services or to provide products or services
to you. Such uses include, but are not limited to: (a)
administering the functionalities of the SOFTWARE;
(b) to improve, service, update or upgrade the
SOFTWARE; (c) improving, developing and enhancing
the current and future products and services of SONY
and other parties; (d) to provide you with information
about the products and services offered by SONY and
other parties; (e) complying with applicable laws or
regulations; and (f) to the extent offered, providing you
with location-based services of SONY and other parties,
as indicated below. In addition, SONY retains the right
to use Information to protect itself and third parties from
illegal, criminal or harmful conduct.
Appendix
NO ORAL OR WRITTEN INFORMATION OR
ADVICE GIVEN BY SONY OR AN AUTHORIZED
REPRESENTATIVE OF SONY SHALL CREATE A
WARRANTY, DUTY OR CONDITION OR IN ANY
WAY INCREASE THE SCOPE OF THIS
WARRANTY. SHOULD THE SOFTWARE PROVE
DEFECTIVE YOU ASSUME THE ENTIRE COST OF
ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR
CORRECTION. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT
ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, SO THESE EXCLUSIONS MAY
NOT APPLY TO YOU.
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE
ABOVE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION MAY NOT
APPLY TO YOU.
Certain services available through the SOFTWARE may
rely upon location information, including, but not
limited to, the geographic location of the wireless
adapter. You acknowledge that for the purpose of
providing such services, SONY, the THIRD-PARTY
SUPPLIERS or their partners may collect, archive,
process and use such location data, and that such
services are governed by the privacy policies of SONY
or such third party. By using any such services, you
agree that you have reviewed the privacy policies
applicable to such services and consent to such
activities.
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SONY, its affiliates, partners and agents will not
intentionally use Information to personally identify the
owner or user of the SOFTWARE without your
knowledge or consent. Any use of Information will be in
accordance with the privacy policies of SONY or such
third party. Please contact applicable contact address of
each area or country for SONY's current privacy policy.
Please contact applicable third parties for privacy
policies relating to personally identifiable and other
information you provide when you use or access third
party software or services.
Information may be processed, stored or transferred to
SONY, its affiliates or agents which are located in
countries outside of your country of residence. Data
protection and information privacy laws in certain
countries may not offer the same level of protection as
your country of residence and you may have fewer legal
rights in relation to Information processed and stored in,
or transferred to, such countries. SONY will use
reasonable efforts to take appropriate technical and
organizational steps to prevent unauthorized access to or
disclosure of Information, but does not warrant it will
eliminate all risk of misuse of such Information.
Appendix
AUTOMATIC UPDATE FEATURE
From time to time, SONY or the THIRD-PARTY
SUPPLIERS may automatically update or otherwise
modify the SOFTWARE, including, but not limited to,
for purposes of enhancement of security functions, error
correction and improvement of functions, at such time as
you interact with SONY's or third parties' servers, or
otherwise. Such updates or modifications may delete or
change the nature of features or other aspects of the
SOFTWARE, including, but not limited to, functions
you may rely upon. You acknowledge and agree that
such activities may occur at SONY's sole discretion and
that SONY may condition continued use of the
SOFTWARE upon your complete installation or
acceptance of such update or modifications. Any
updates/modifications shall be deemed to be, and shall
constitute part of, the SOFTWARE for purposes of this
EULA. By acceptance of this EULA, you consent to
such update/modification.
ENTIRE AGREEMENT, WAIVER,
SEVERABILITY
This EULA and SONY’s privacy policy, each as
amended and modified from time to time, together
constitute the entire agreement between you and SONY
with respect to the SOFTWARE. The failure of SONY
to exercise or enforce any right or provision of this
EULA shall not constitute a waiver of such right or
provision. If any part of this EULA is held invalid,
illegal, or unenforceable, that provision shall be
enforced to the maximum extent permissible so as to
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maintain the intent of this EULA, and the other parts
will remain in full force and effect.
GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION
The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the
International Sale of Goods shall not apply to this
EULA. This EULA shall be governed by the laws of
Japan, without regards to conflict of laws provisions.
Any dispute arising out of this EULA shall be subject to
the exclusive venue of the Tokyo District Court in Japan,
and the parties hereby consent to the venue and
jurisdiction of such courts.
EQUITABLE REMEDIES
Notwithstanding anything contained in this EULA to the
contrary, you acknowledge and agree that any violation
of or non-compliance with this EULA by you will cause
irreparable harm to SONY, for which monetary damages
would be inadequate, and you consent to SONY
obtaining any injunctive or equitable relief that SONY
deems necessary or appropriate in such circumstances.
SONY may also take any legal and technical remedies to
prevent violation of and/or to enforce this EULA,
including, but not limited to, immediate termination of
your use of the SOFTWARE, if SONY believes in its
sole discretion that you are violating or intend to violate
this EULA. These remedies are in addition to any other
remedies SONY may have at law, in equity or under
contract.
TERMINATION
Without prejudice to any of its other rights, SONY may
terminate this EULA if you fail to comply with any of its
terms. In case of such termination, you must: (i) cease all
use, and destroy any copies, of the SOFTWARE; (ii)
comply with the requirements in the section below
entitled “Your Account Responsibilities”.
AMENDMENT
SONY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO AMEND ANY
OF THE TERMS OF THIS EULA AT ITS SOLE
DISCRETION BY POSTING NOTICE ON A SONY
DESIGNATED WEB SITE, BY EMAIL
NOTIFICATION TO AN EMAIL ADDRESS
PROVIDED BY YOU, BY PROVIDING NOTICE AS
PART OF THE PROCESS IN WHICH YOU OBTAIN
UPGRADES/UPDATES OR BY ANY OTHER
LEGALLY RECOGNIZABLE FORM OF NOTICE. If
you do not agree to the amendment, you should
promptly contact SONY for instructions. Your
continued use of the SOFTWARE after the effective date
of any such notice shall be deemed your agreement to be
bound by such amendment.
THIRD-PARTY BENEFICIARIES
Each THIRD-PARTY SUPPLIER is an express
intended third-party beneficiary of, and shall have the
right to enforce, each provision of this EULA with
respect to the SOFTWARE of such party.
Should you have any questions concerning this EULA,
you may contact SONY by writing to SONY at
applicable contact address of each area or country.
Copyright © 2012 Sony Corporation.
On accessing software to which the
GPL/LGPL applies
This product uses software to which the GPL/LGPL
applies. This informs you that you have a right to have
access to, modify, and redistribute source code for these
software programs under the conditions of the GPL/
LGPL.
The source code is provided on the internet. Use the
following URL and follow the download instructions.
http://www.sony.net/Products/Linux/common/
search.html
We would prefer that you do not contact us about the
contents of the source code.
Open software licenses
General
Power requirements
6.5 V DC to 17 V DC
Power consumption
Approx. 4.5 W (Wireless adapter only)
Operating temperature
0 ºC to 40 ºC (32 ºF to 104 ºF)
Operating humidity
20 % to 90 %
Storage temperature
-20 ºC to +60 ºC (-4 ºF to +140 ºF)
Dimensions
CBK-WA100:
84 mm × 95 mm × 30 mm
(3 3/8 inches × 3 3/4 inches × 1 3/16
inches) (w/h/d)
CBK-WA101:
84 mm × 95 mm × 55 mm
(3 3/8 inches × 3 3/4 inches × 2 1/4
inches) (w/h/d)
Mass
CBK-WA100:
Approx. 220 g (7.8 oz)
CBK-WA101:
Approx. 220 g (7.8 oz)
Input/output connectors
DC IN connector (CBK-WA100 only)
4-pin 6.5 V DC to 17 V DC (1)
USB connector USB 2.0 compliant, type A:
For connection of a wireless LAN
module or modem (2)
CAM connector USB 2.0 compliant, type mini B:
For connection of the camcorder/
recorder (1)
SDI IN connector (CBK-WA100 only)
BNC type (1)
SD card slot
For an SD card
Docking IF connector (CBK-WA101 only) (1)
Appendix
On the basis of license contracts between Sony and the
software copyright holders, this product uses open
software.
To meet the requirements of the software copyright
holders, Sony is obligated to inform you of the content
of these licenses.
For the content of these licenses, see “License” in OSS
on the Web.
Specifications
Supplied accessories
CBK-WA100
DC power cable (1)
BNC cable (1)
USB cable (1)
Bracket (2)
Cushion (1)
Screw (5)
Guard bracket (1)
Pad (2)
Hook and loop fastener (2)
Cord clamp (5)
Cable tube (1)
Before Using this Unit (1)
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Installation Manual (1)
Operating Instructions (CD-ROM) (1)
CBK-WA101
USB cable (1)
Screw (2)
Guard bracket (1)
Pad (2)
Hook and loop fastener (2)
Cord clamp (5)
Case (1) (previously attached to the wireless adapter)
Protection tape (1)
Before Using this Unit (1)
Installation Manual (1)
Operating Instructions (CD-ROM) (1)
Dimensions
Depending on the operating environment,
unauthorized third parties on the network may be able
to access the unit. When connecting the unit to the
network, be sure to confirm that the network is
protected securely.
Communication content may be unknowingly
intercepted by unauthorized third parties in the
vicinity of the signals. When using wireless LAN
communication, implement security measures
properly to protect the communication content.
CBK-WA100
95 (3 3/4 )
From a safety standpoint, when using the unit
connected with the network, it is strongly
recommended to access the Control window via a
Web browser and change the access limitation settings
from the factory preset values (page 25).
Changing the password regularly is also
recommended.
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(1 3/16)
84 (3 3/8 )
Unit: mm (inches)
95 (3 3/4 )
CBK-WA101
55 (2 1/4 )
84 (3 3/8 )
Unit: mm (inches)
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
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SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES
OF ANY KIND RESULTING FROM A FAILURE
TO IMPLEMENT PROPER SECURITY
MEASURES ON TRANSMISSION DEVICES,
UNAVOIDABLE DATA LEAKS RESULTING
FROM TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATIONS, OR
SECURITY PROBLEMS OF ANY KIND.
Specifications
Do not browse any other website in the Web browser
while making settings or after making settings. Since
the login status remains in the Web browser, close the
Web browser when you complete the settings to
prevent unauthorized third parties from using the unit
or harmful programs from running.
Trademarks
• Android and Google Chrome are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Google Inc.
• Microsoft, Windows, and Windows Vista are
registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries.
• Apple, Macintosh, Safari, and iPhone, and logos are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in
the United States and/or other countries.
• Wi-Fi® is registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi
Alliance®.
• WPA™, WPA2™ and Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ are
trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance®.
All other company and product names are trademarks or
registered trademarks of the respective companies or
their respective makers.
Appendix
Notes
• Always make a test recording, and verify that it was
recorded successfully.
SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES
OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, COMPENSATION OR
REIMBURSEMENT ON ACCOUNT OF
FAILURE OF THIS UNIT OR ITS RECORDING
MEDIA, EXTERNAL STORAGE SYSTEMS OR
ANY OTHER MEDIA OR STORAGE SYSTEMS
TO RECORD CONTENT OF ANY TYPE.
• Always verify that the unit is operating properly
before use. SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
DAMAGES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, COMPENSATION OR
REIMBURSEMENT ON ACCOUNT OF THE
LOSS OF PRESENT OR PROSPECTIVE
PROFITS DUE TO FAILURE OF THIS UNIT,
EITHER DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD
OR AFTER EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTY,
OR FOR ANY OTHER REASON
WHATSOEVER.
• SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CLAIMS OF
ANY KIND MADE BY USERS OF THIS UNIT
OR MADE BY THIRD PARTIES.
• SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS,
REPAIR, OR REPRODUCTION OF ANY DATA
RECORDED ON THE INTERNAL STORAGE
SYSTEM, RECORDING MEDIA, EXTERNAL
STORAGE SYSTEMS OR ANY OTHER MEDIA
OR STORAGE SYSTEMS.
• SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE
TERMINATION OR DISCONTINUATION OF
ANY SERVICES RELATED TO THIS UNIT
THAT MAY RESULT DUE TO
CIRCUMSTANCES OF ANY KIND.
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