CC640 Digital Camera for Harsh Environments

CC640 Digital Camera for Harsh Environments
CC640
Digital Camera for Harsh Environments
The CC640 Digital Camera, manufactured by
Campbell Scientific Canada, works in harsh, remote
locations. It operates at temperatures as low as -40°C,
while using minimal power. Three communications
ports (RS-232, RS-485, CS I/O) facilitate transfer of
images to a datalogger.
Our dataloggers trigger image acquisitions by applying
a 5 to 12 V signal. The CC640 also has a stand-alone
mode that allows the camera to store images on a
CompactFlash® card—without the use of a datalogger.
In this mode, image acquisitions are triggered by the
camera’s precision real-time clock.
The CC640 can store JPEG images on a CompactFlash
card or in the datalogger’s memory. To send images
to the datalogger’s memory, the datalogger must
have the PakBus® communication protocol and
at least 2 Mbytes of memory. Compatible dataloggers include our CR800, CR850, CR10X-2M-PB,
CR1000, and CR3000.
Flawless
operation in
extreme cold sets
this camera apart, from
other digital cameras.
Datalogger Connection
If the distance between the camera and datalogger is
less than 25 feet, the CC640 typically connects to the
datalogger via the COMCBL1-L cable. When Campbell
Scientific’s MD485 Multidrop Interface is used, the
camera and datalogger can be at a distance of up to
4000 feet. Our MD485 interface connects to the camera via the CABLE5CBL-L cable. The CABLE3CBL-L
cable is used for the power and pulse connections.
A CC640 stationed atop the University of Alberta’s Tory Building
took this photograph of North Saskatchenwan River Valley.
The 18543 camera enclosure completely encloses the
camera and has a window through which images are
acquired. A defrost kit is available for the window.
The CC640 operated in extreme temperatures to provide this
photograph of a mountain pass in Alaska.
Ordering Information
Specifications
Digital Camera
CC640
Lens Description:
F1.4 3.5 to 8 mm Varifocal Lens
with Electronic Iris
Image Type:
JPEG
Resolution:
640 x 480 (307,200 pixels);
604 x 504 (with time stamp)
CSC Digital Camera for harsh environments
Camera Enclosure and Enclosure Accessories
18543
Enclosure that houses and protects the CC640; the
enclosure’s window allows the CC640 to take photographs while the camera is inside the enclosure.
26140
12 Vdc Heater Kit that can help prevent the enclosure’s window from frosting over..
18549
Mounting kit for attaching the enclosure to a tripod
or tower crossarm.
Current Drain
Operating:
Quiescent:
Communication Ports:
RS-485 Interface and Surge Protectors
MD485
RS-485 Multidrop Interface used to extend the distance allowed between the CC640 and the datalogger. Requires the CABLE5CBL-L (see below).
5563
Surge Protector Kit used with MD485. Helps suppress electrical transients that may be carried along
the transmission line.
6536
Surge Protector Kit that includes a Joslyn box to
cover the connections. The 6536 is used with the
MD485 to help suppress electrical transients that
may be carried along the transmission line.
RS-232 cable that terminates in pigtails for connection to the COM ports on a CR800, CR850, CR1000,
or CR3000 datalogger. Enter cable length, in feet,
after the -L.
19504
Pigtail-to-9pin Connector Converter Kit allows the
COMCBL1 to be connected to the RS-232 or CS I/O
port on a datalogger.
CABLE3CBL-L
3-Conductor 22-AWG Cable for the power and pulse
connections. Enter cable length, in feet, after the -L.
Must choose a cable termination option (see below).
CABLE5CBL-L
5-Conductor 24-AWG Cable that connects the MD485 to
the CC640. Enter cable length, in feet, after the -L. Must
choose a cable termination option (see below).
Cable terminates in stripped and tinned leads for
connection to screw terminals.
-PW
Cable terminates in a connector for attachment
to a prewired enclosure.
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CS I/O CSDC Addresses:
7 or 8
Power:
9 to 15 Vdc
Video Output:
NTSC, PAL
Operating Temperature:
-40° to +70°C
0 to 0.7 Vdc (-12 Vdc absolute
minimum)
4 to 15 Vdc (15 Vdc absolute
maximum)
CompactFlash
FAT16
2 Gigabytes or less
Clock Accuracy:
±1 minute/year (0° to 40°C);
±4 minute/year (-40° to 70°C)
Time to Take Image:
~10 seconds
Dimensions:
8.5 x 2.6 x 4.3 in
(21.5 x 6.5 x 11.0 cm)
Weight:
1.1 lbs (500 g)
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COSTA RICA
230 kbps
76.8 kbps
Memory Card
Type:
File System:
Storage:
The communication ports, video output, CompactFlash card slot, and power switch are located on
the back of the camera. The video output connector provides an analog video signal for the purpose
of focusing and targeting the camera.
Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Maximum Baud Rate
RS-232, RS-485:
CS I/O:
Logic High Level:
Cable Termination Options for the CABLE3CBL-L and
CABLE5CBL-L (choose one)
-PT
RS-232, CS I/O, RS-485 (labeled
external I/O),
External Input Signal
Logic Low Level:
Cables, Converter Kits, and Cable Options
COMCBL1-L
250 mA maximum
250 µA typical
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Copyright © 2005, 2010
Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Printed January 2010
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