KP-F145WCL
High pixel CCD camera
KP-F145WCL
Operation Manual
Thank you for purchase this fine Hitachi Kokusai Electric CCD camera.
Before using the camera, please read this operation manual carefully.
Hitachi Kokusai Electric Inc.
RoHS Compliant
These products comply with the requirement of the RoHS (Restriction of the
use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and electronic Equipment)
Directive 2002/95/EC.
The second edition in August, 2012.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated.
2. Retain Instructions
The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
3. Heed Warnings
All warnings on the product and the operating instructions should be adhered to.
4. Follow Instructions
All operating and use instructions should be followed.
5. Cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
6. Attachments
Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
7. Water and Moisture
Do not use this product near water - for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool; and
the like.
8. Accessories
Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious
damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any mounting
of the product should follow the manufacturer's instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
9. Moving
A product and cart combination should be moved with care.
Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart combination to overturn.
10. Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, and these
openings must not be blocked or covered.
The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should not be placed in a built-in
installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instructions have been adhered to.
11. Power Sources
This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your
home, consult your product dealer or local power company. For products intended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating
instructions.
12. Grounding or Polarization
This product is equipped with a three-wire grounding-type plug a plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power
outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat
the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug.
13. Power-Cord Protection
Power-supply cords should be routed to that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention
to cords at plug, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product.
14. Lightning
For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet.
This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges.
15. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords or integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
16. Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire
or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
17. Inflammable and Explosive Substance
Avoid using this product where there are gases, and also where there are inflammable and explosive substances in the immediate vicinity.
18. Heavy Shock or Vibration
When carrying this product around, do not subject the product to heavy shock or vibration.
19. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing
to qualified service personnel.
20. Damage Requiring Service
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
a. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product.
c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions
as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to
its normal operation.
e. If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way.
f. When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance-this indicates a need for service.
21. Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same
characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
22. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper
operating condition.
23. Wall or Ceiling Mounting
The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.
24. Heat
The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
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WICHTIGE SICHERHEITSANWEISUNGEN
1. Alle Anweisungen lesen
Vor Betrieb des Erzeugnisses sollten alle Sicherheits-und Bedienungsanleitungen gelesen werden.
2. Die Anweisungen aufbewahren
Die Sicherheits-und Bedienungsanleitungen sollten fünftigen Bezug aufbewahrt werden.
3. Warnungen beachten
Die Warnungen auf dem Erzeugnis und in den Bedienungsanleitungen solten beachtet werden.
4. Anweisungen befolgen
Alle Bedienungsanleitung-und Verwendungsanweisungen sollten befolgt werden.
5. Reinigung
Den Stecker des Geräts vor Reinigung aus der Steckdose ziehen. Keine flüssigen Reinigungsmittel oder Aerosolreiniger verwenden. Zum Reinigen einen
feuchten Lappen verwenden.
6. Zubehör
Nur vom-Hersteller des Erzeugnisses empfohlenes Zubehör verwenden, da es sonst zu Störungen kommen kann.
7. Wasser und Feuchtigkeit
Dieses Erzeugnis nicht in der Nähe von Wasser verwenden - z.B, in der Nähe einer Badewanne, eines Waschbeckens, einer Küchenspüle, eines
Waschzubers, in einem nassen Keller, in der Nähe eines Schwimmbeckens usw.
8. Aufstellung
Das Erzeugnis nicht auf einen unstabilen Wagen, Stand, Dreifuß, Träger oder Tisch stellen.Das Erzeugnis kann sonst herunterfallen und ein kind oder
einen Erwachsenen schwer verietzen.Außerdem kann das Gerät schwer beschädigt werden. Nur mit einem Wagen, Stand, Dreifuß, Träger oder Tisch
verwenden, der vom Hersteller empfohlen oder mit dem Erzeugnis verkauft worden ist. Für jegliche Anbringung sollten die Anweisungen des Herstellers
befolgt werden, und das vom Hersteller empfohlene Anbringungszubehör sollte verwendet werden.
9. Eine Kombination von Erzeugnis und Wagen sollte vorsichtig bewegt werden
Schneller Halt, übermäßige Krafteinwirkung und unebene Oberflächen können Umkippen der kombination von Erzeugnis und Wagen verursachen.
10. Ventilation
Schlitze und Öffnungen im Gehäuse dienen der Ventilation. Sie sind für zuverlässigen Betrieb des Gerätes und Schutz vor Überhitzung erforderlich und
dürfen nicht blockiert oder abgedeckt werden. Die Öffnungen sollten niemals dadurch blockiert werden, daß, das Gerät auf ein Bett, ein Sofa, einen Teppich
oder eine ähnliche Oberfläche gestellt wird.
Das Gerät sollte nur dann in Einbauinstallierung wie in einem Bücherschrank oder einem Gestell verwendet werden, wenn angemessene Ventilation
vorgesehen ist bzw. Die Anweisungen des Herstellers befolgt worden sind.
11. Stromversorgung
Dieses Erzeugnis sollte nur an der auf dem Typenschild angegebenen Stromversorgungsart betrieben werden. Wenn Sie nicht sicher sind, was für eine
Stromversorgung Sie haben, so wenden Sie sich bitte an Ihren Erzeugnishändler oder an das lokale Elektrizitätswerk. Beziehen Sie sich für
Batteriebetrieb oder andere Stromquellen vorgesehene Erzeugnisse bitte auf die Bedienungsanleitungen.
12. Erdung oder Polarisierung
Dieses Erzeugnis ist mit einem Schutzkontaktstecker mit drei Leitern ausgerüstet, mit einem Erdungskontakt. Dieser Stecker paßt nur in ein
schuko-Steckdose. Dies ist eine Sicherheitsmaßnahme. Wenn Sie den Stecker nicht in die Steckdose stecken können, so wenden Sie sich bitte an
ihren Elektriker, damit er die veraltete Schuts des Schutzkontaktsteckers unwirksam.
13. Netzkabelschutz
Netzkabel sollten so verlegt werden, deß möglichst nicht darauf getreten wird und daß sie nicht eingeklemmt werden, mit besonderer Beachtung der kabel
an Stackern, Verlängerungskabeln und dem Austritt des Kabels aus dem Erzeugnis.
14. Blitzschlag
Für zusätzlichen Schutz des Erzeugnisses während eines Gewitters oder bei Nichtverwendung für lange Zeit den Stecker aus der Steckdose ziehen.
Dies verhütet Beschädigung durch Blitzschlag und Netzspannungsstöße.
15. Überlastung
Wandsteckdosen, Verlängerungskabel und eingebaute Bequemlickkeitssteckdosen nicht überlasten, da dies Feuer oder elektrischen Schlag verursachen
kann.
16. Eindringen von Fremdkörpern und Flüssigkeit
Niemals Objekte irgendwelcher Art durch die Öffnungen in das Gerät schieben, da diese unter hoher Spannung stehende Teile berühren oder
kurzschließen können, wodurch es zu Feuer oder elektrischem Schlag kommen kann. Niemals Flüssigkeiten irgendwelcher Art auf das Erzeugnis
verschütten.
17. Entflammbare und explosive Substanzen
Vermeiden Sie Verwendung dieses Erzeugnisses an Orten mit Gasen bzw. entflammbaren oder explosiven Substanzen in der direkten Umgebung.
18. Starke stöße oder Vibrationen
Setzen Sie das Erzeugnis beim Transport nicht starken Stößen oder Vibrationen aus.
19. Wartung
Versuchen Sie nicht, dieses Erzeugnis Selbst zu warten, da Sie sich durch Öffnen bzw. Entfernen von Abdeckungen hohen Spannungen und sonstigen
Gefährdungen ausserzen können. Beziehen Sie sich für jegliche Wartung auf qualifiziertes Wartungspersonal.
20. Beschädigung, die Wartung erfordert
Ziehen Sie den Stecker dieses Erzeugnisses aus der Steckdose und wenden Sie sich an qualifiziertes Wartungspersonal, wenn eine der folgenden
Bedingungen vorliegt:
a. Wenn das Netzkabel oder der Stecker beschädigt ist.
b. Bei Eindringen von Flüssigkeit oder Fremdkörpern in das Gerät.
c. Wenn das Erzeugnis Regen oder Wasser ausgesetzt worden ist.
d. Wenn das Erzeugnis bei Befolgen der Bedienungsanleitungen nicht normal funktioniert.Nur die Regelelemente verstellen, die in den
Bedienungsanleitungen behandelt werden, da unangemessene Einstellung anderer Regelelemente Beschädigung verursachen kann und oft
beträchtliche Arbeit durch einen qualifizierten Techniker erfordert, um das Erzeugnis wieder, zu normalem Betrieb zurückzubringen.
e. Wenn das Erzeugnis fallen gelassen oder beschädigt worden ist.
f. Wenn das Erzeugnis eine klare Änderung in der Leistung zeigt-dies weist darauf hin, daß Wartung erforderlich ist.
21. Ersatzteile
Wenn Ersatzteile erforderlich sind, darauf achten, daß der Wartungstechniker nur die vom Hersteller festgelegten Ersatzteile oder Teile mit den gleichen
Charakteristiken wie die ursprünglichen Teile verwendet. Unautorisierte Ersatzteile können Feuer, elektrischen Schlag oder sonstige Gefährdungen
verursachen.
22. Sicherheitsprüfung
Bitten Sie den Wartungstechniker nach der Vollendung von Wartung oder Reparaturarbeiten an diesem Erzeugnis um die Durchführung von
Sicherheitsprüfungen, um zu bestimmen, daß das Erzeugnis im angemissenen Betriebszustand ist.
23. Anbringung an der Wand oder an der Decke
Das Erzeugnis sollte nur entsprechend den Empfehlungen des Herstellers an einer Wand oder an der Decke angebracht werden.
24. Wärme
Das Erzeugnis sollte fern von Wärmequellen wie Radiatoren, Heizwiderständen, Öfen und anderen Wärme erzeugenden Erzeugnissen (einschließlich
Verstärkern) aufgestellt werden.
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MISES EN GARDE IMPORTANTES
1. Lire les instructions
Lire toutes les instructions de sécurité et de fonctionnement avant de faire fonctionner l’appareil.
2. Conserver ces instructions
Conserver les instructions de sécurité et de fonctionnement á des fins de référence ultérieure.
3. Tenir compte des avertissements
Tous les avertissements qui figurent sur l’appareil et dans le mode d’emploi devront être respectés.
4. Observer les instructions
Observer toutes les instructions de fonctionnement et d’utilisation.
5. Nettoyage
Avant de procéder au nettoyage, débrancher l’appareil de la prise secteur. Ne pas utiliser de produits de nettoyage liquides ou en aérosol.
Nettoyer l’appareil avec un chiffon humide.
6. Fixations
Ne pas utiliser de fixations non recommandées par le fabricant de l’appareil car elles pourraient être source de danger.
7. Eau et humidité
Ne pas utiliser l’appareil á proximité d’eau-ar exemple prés d’une baignoire, d’un lavabo, d’un évier ou d’un bac á lessive, dans un sous-sol humide, ou prés d’une
piscine, etc.
8. Accessoires
Ne pas placer l’appareil sur un chariot, un socle, un pied, un support ou one table instables L’appareil pourrait tomber, blessant griévement des enfants
ou des adultes, et étant sérieusement endommagé.
Utiliser exclusivement le chariot, le socle, le pied, le support ou la table recommandés par le fabricant, ou vendus avec l’appareil. Pour tout montage de
l’appareil, respecter les instructions du fabricant, et utiliser á cette fin l’accessoire de montage recommandé par le fabricant.
9. L’appareil monté sur son chariot devra être déplacé avec précaution
Des arrêts brusques, une force excessive et des surfaces irréguliéres pourraient provoquer le renversement de l’ensemble appareil-chariot.
10. Ventilation
Les fentes et les ouvertures du coffret sont prévues pour la ventilation ainsi que pour garantir un fonctionnement en toute sécurité de l’appareil et le
protéger de toute surchauffe, et ces
ouvertures ne devront donc être ni obstruées ni recouvertes. Ne jamais obstruer les ouvertures en placant
l’apparei sur un lit, un sofa, un tapis ou toute surface similaire. Ne jamais placer l’appareil dans un support confiné, par exemple une bibliothéque ou une
é tagé re, sans ventilation suffisante ou sans repecter les instructions du fabricant.
11. Sources d’allmentation
L’appareil devra être alimenté exclusivement sur le type d’alimentation indiqué sur l’étiquette signalétique. Sil’on n’est pas sûr du type d’alimentatio du
local, consulter le revendeur de l’appareil ou la compagnie d’électricité locale. Pour les appareils qui fonctionnent sur batterie ou sur d’autres sources,
voir le mode d’emploi.
12. Mise á la terre ou polarisation
L’appareil est doté d’une fiche trifilaire avec mise á la terre, dont la troisiéme broche assure la mise á la terre. Cette fiche ne rentrera que dans les prises
trifilaires de mise á la terre. Ceci est une mesure de sécurité. Si la fiche ne rentre pas dans la prise, faire remplacer la prise désuéte par un électricien.
Ne pas rendre vaine la measure de sécurité assurée par cette prise avec mise á la terre.
13. Protection du cordon d’alimentation
Acheminer les cordons d’alimentation de facon qu’on ne risque pas de marcher dessus ou de les coincer sous un objet placé dessus ou contre eux.
Faire particuliérement attention aux fiches des cordons, á la proximité des prises, et á l’endroit oú ils ressortent de l’appareil.
14. Foudre
Pour renforcer la protection de l’appareil pendant un orage, ou si l’on s’en éloigne ou qu’on reste longtemps sans l’utiliser, le débrancher de la source
d’alimentation. Ceci permettra d’éviter tout dommage de l’appareil dú á la foudre et aux surtensions de ligne.
15. Surcharge
Ne pas surcharger les prises, rallonges et prises multiples car cela pourrait entraîner un risque de feu ou de choc électrique.
16. Pénétration d’objets et de liquides
Ne jamais enfoncer d’objets d’aucune sorte dans les ouvertures de l’appareil car ils pourraient toucher des points de tension dangereuse ou court-circuiter
des piéces, ce qui pourrait provoquer un feu ou un choc électrique. Ne jamais renverser de liquide d’aucune sorte sur l’appareil.
17. Substances inflammabes et explosives
Eviter d’utiliser l’appareil en présence de gaz, ainsi qu’á proximité immédiate de substances inflammables et explosives.
18. Chocs ou vibrations violents
Lorsqu’on transporte l’appareil, ne pas le soumettre á des chocs ou des vibrations violents.
19. Réparations
Ne pas tenter de réparer l’aapareil soi-même car le fait d’ouvrir ou de retirer les caches risque d’exposer l’utilisateur á des tensions dangereuses
notamment. Confier toute réparation á un personnel qualifié.
20. Dommages nécessitant réparations
Débrancher l’appareil de la source d’alimentation et confier les réparations á un personnel qualifié dans les cas suivants:
a. Lorsque le cordon d’alimentation ou sa fiche sont endommagés
b. Si du liquide s’est renversé sur l’appareil ou que des objets sont tombés dedans
c. Si l’appareil a été exposé á la pluie ou á l’eau.
d. Si l’appareil ne fonctionne pas normalement lorsqu’on observe les instructions d’utilisation.
Ne régler que les commandes couvertes par le mode d’emploi ; en effet, un réglage incorrect des autres commandes pourrait entrainer des dommages
et nécessiteront souvent des travaux de réparation coûteux par un technicien qualifié pour remettre l’appareil en état de marche.
e. Si l’appareil est tombé ou qu’il a été endommagé.
f. Si l’appareil affiche une nette modification de ses performances, cela signifie qu’il a besoin d’être réparé.
21. Piéces de rechange
Si l’on a besoin de piéces de rechange, veiller á ce que le technicien de réparation utilise exclusivement les piéces de rechange spécifiées par le fabricant
ou des piéces ayant les mêmes caractéristiques que les piéces d’origine. Les piéces de rechange non autorisées risquent de provoquer un feu, un choc
électrique et autres dangers.
22. Vérificaton de sécurité
Aprés tout travail d’entretien ou de réparation de l’appareil, demander au technicien de réparation d’effectuer les vérifications de sécurité pour s’assurer que
l’appareil est en bon état de marche.
23.Montage au mur ou au plafond
L’appareil ne pourra être monté au mur ou au plafond que de la maniére recommandée par le fabricant.
24. Chaleur
Eloigner l’appareil des sources de chaleur, telles que radiateurs, appareils de chauffage, cuisiniéres, et de tour produit engendrant de la chaleur (y compris
les amplificateurs)
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
For U.S.A.
These products have been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment
is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this product in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required
to correct the interference at his own expense.
WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Hitachi Denshi responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
For Canada
This product does not exceed the class A/class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the
radio interference regulations.
Le présent appareil n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limités applicable aux appareils numériques de
classe A prescrites dans le rVglement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicter par le ministére des communications du
canada.
China RoHS
The following statement is related to the regulation on “ Measures for the Administration of the control of Pollution by Electronic
Information Products “ , known as “ China RoHS “.
The table shows contained Hazardous Substances in this camera.
说明书(环境方面:补充资料)
对象产品:CCD 摄像机
1.电子产品污染控制标志
此 标 志 是 根 据 2006 年 2 月 28 日 公 布 的 《 电 子 信 息 产 品 污 染 控 制 管 理 办 法 》 以 及
SJ/T11364-2006《电子信息产品污染控制标识要求》而制定的,是用来表示适用于在中华人民
共和国流通的电子信息产品的环保使用期限。
只要遵守此类产品的安全事项以及使用上应注意的问题,从制造日起到此年限内,不会发生产
品中的有害物质外泄、突变等,不会对环境、人体以及财产产生严重影响。同时,此年限是除去
必须定期交换的保守部品的,是其他产品的环保使用期限。
产品在正常情况下使用完毕要废弃时,请遵守各地区对电子信息产品的回收・再利用的相关各项法律、法规。
另外,从第三者处转买的情况下即使在本期限内也视为失去效力。
2.产品中有毒有害物质或元素的名称及含量
有毒有害物质或元素
部件名称
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主机
铅
水银
镉
六价铬
多溴联苯
多溴二苯醚
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
(Cr(VI))
(PBB)
(PBDE)
×
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○:表示该有毒有害物质在该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在 SJ/T11363-2006 标准规定的限量要求以下。
×:表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均材料中的含量超出 SJ/T11363-2006 标准规定的限量要求。
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Phenomena inherent to CCD imaging device
The following phenomena are inherent to a charge coupled device imaging element and do not indicate malfunction.
1) Smear and blooming
Vertical bands are visible when a strong light enters the scene. Adjust the camera aiming direction carefully to avoid strong
direct or reflected light.
2) Fixed pattern noise
High ambient temperature can cause fixed pattern noise to appear throughout the scene.
3) Moire
Interaction between patterns can produce an additional "phantom" pattern to appear. The CCD picture elements (pixels) are
arranged in a pattern, which can interact with a pattern in the scene (e.g., a performer wearing a finely striped necktie) to result
in a Moire pattern. The effect should be considered when selecting costumes, props and other scene elements.
4) Ghosting
Strong direct or reflected light near an object of interest can cause ghosting of the object to appear in the picture. The effect is
more obtrusive with certain iris settings and lens types. Select the scene layout and camera pointing direction carefully in
order to avoid this effect.
5)White spot
Imperceptible white spots may rarely come up on the screen due to cosmic rays and so on. It becomes easy to appear when the
sensitivity of the camera is raised in the operation at the high temperature.
Operating considerations Notes to users
1. Important safety notes
・ Use this camera with a 12VDC power supply,
・ Observe that flammable objects, water or metal do not enter the camera interior. These may lead to failure or accident.
・ Do not modify the camera or use the camera with external covers removed. These may cause failure, void any warranties and
pose a safety hazard.
・ Stop using the camera at the approach of electrical storm (thunder audible). Protect the camera from rain if using it outdoors.
・ In event the camera shows any abnormality, switch off the camera and disconnect the power cord. Contract a Hitachi Denshi
service representative.
2. Handling
・ Do not attempt to remove cover.
・ When installing or removing a lens, be sure to use care that water or dust dose not enter the inside of the camera.
3. Installing and storage
Avoid installing or storing the camera in the following environments.
・ Environments exposed to direct sunlight, rain or snow.
・ Environments where combustible or corrosive gas exists.
・ Excessively warm or cold environment (Operating ambient temperature: -10 to 50℃).
・ Humid or dusty environment.
・ Place subjected to excessive vibration or shock.
・ Environment exposed to strong electric or magnetic field.
・ Do not aim the camera lens at the sun.
・ Do not shoot strong light.
When such a scene is shot, vertical trailing will appear. However, this is not due to failure. In case strong light enters camera
through the lens, partial deterioration in picture quality will result.
4. To obtain stable performance for long time
When the camera is used continuously for long time under high ambient temperature, the inside electrical parts become
deteriorated, resulting in shortening its life. To use the camera continuously for long time, the highest temperature must be below
40℃.
5. Connectors
Confirm the power is off before connecting or disconnecting a signal cable. Grasp connectors by the body, not the attached
wires.
6. Cleaning
・ Use a blower or a lens brush to remove dusts on the lens or the optical filter.
・ Wipe dirts on the case off with dry soft cloth. If dirts are hardened, wipe them off with cloth moistened with neutral detergent
liquid; wipe the cover with dry cloth.
・ Do not use benzene, thinner, alcohol, liquid cleaner or spray-type cleaner.
・ In event dust or other debris is lodged between the CCD and optical filter, consult dealer for cleaning by an optical technician.
7. Attention about laser light
Laser light may do damage to CCD. When you use laser light, be careful not to irradiate it on the CCD surface. The CCD
breakage by laser light irradiation is out of warranty. (The repair is not free of charge.)
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Table of Contents
1. Overview ··········································································································································· 1
2. Standard Composition ······················································································································· 1
3. Features ············································································································································ 1
4. System example ································································································································ 1
5. Section name and functions ·············································································································· 2
6. Camera mounting ······························································································································ 2
7. Lens ·················································································································································· 2
8. Optical filter ······································································································································· 3
9. Connector ········································································································································· 4
10. Functions and operations ·················································································································· 5
11. Remote control ·································································································································· 8
12. Command list ·································································································································· 15
13. CameraLink output timing chart ······································································································ 17
14. Trigger operation and timing chart ·································································································· 20
15. Input / Output signal ························································································································ 25
16. Spectral response ··························································································································· 26
17. Specifications ·································································································································· 27
18. Dimensions ····································································································································· 28
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Overview
KP-F145WCL are CameraLink output type black and white camera which utilized the 2/3 –inch progressive scan CCD
image sensor with square pixel.
It provide images of unparalleled quality at 30 frame per second non-interlaced output.
Because square pixel CCD is adopted, the image that is appropriate for the picture processing is obtained.
Standard composition
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Composition table ··············································································· 1
Optional accessories
(1) 12 pin plug
(2) Junction box
(3) Dummy glass (AR coated)
(4) IR cut filter
(5) Tripod adaptor
(6) Mini-CameraLink cable
HR10A-10P-12S(01)
JU-F30/JC-100
ARC1214
IRC650
TA-F500
(7) Camera cable
Molded type
Shield type
2m
C-201KSM
C-201KSS
5m
C-501KSM
C-501KSS
10m
C-102KSM
C-102KSS
In the CE Marking region, use the shied type and install
clamp filter (ZCAT 2035-0930A: TDK) at both ends
(camera and video processor ends).
Features
・High resolution
The 2/3-inch 1,450,000 pixels square lattices CCD achieve a high resolution.
・Small and lightweight
The small SDR connector for digital output allows the camera size and mass to be drastically reduced to 44(W) x 44(H) x
41(D) mm / approx. 110g.
・Automatic power supply change
The power supply through the cameralink cable is possible from the PoCL frame grabber board. Because the power supply
from the DCIN/SYNC connector is also possible, it is possible to make the camera work by using usual frame grabber board.
The power supply from the DCIN/SYNC connector is given to priority when the power supply is supplied from both..
System example
KP-F145WCL connect to frame grabber board using CameraLink cable.
HITACHI
Power over type
Mini-CameraLink cable
Power over type CameraLink
frame grabber board
HITACHI
Mini-CameraLink cable
CameraLink
frame grabber board
AC adaptor
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Section name and functions
Camera / Tripod adaptor
mounting screw holes
CameraLink connectors
Use for digital video output
and camera control signal
input/output signal.
The power supply from the
board is also possible.
Lens mount
(C mount)
DC IN/SYNC 12pin connector
Use for DC+12V power and
external trigger/VD signal input.
When the board supplies the
power supply by way of the
CameraLink
connector,
the
connection is unnecessary.
Camera / Tripod adaptor
mounting screw holes
Camera mounting
Attached optional accessory the tripod adaptor "TA-F500", mount the camera to a tripod or mounting bracket.
L
Screw type: U1/4-20
Length L = 4 to 5.5mm
Screws longer than 5.5 mm can cause internal damage, while less
than 4 mm prevents secure fastening and risks dropping to cause
damage and injury.
Lens
CAUTION
Observe the dimensions of the lens mounting selection as
illustrated at the right.
If the dimensions are not observed, do not use such a lens,
because the lens and the camera will be damaged.
Lens optics
Lens flange
Max 9mm
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Optical filter
How to remove the optical filter.
(1) Remove two screws ① and filter holder ② will come off.
(2) Remove the optical filter ③ from filter frame ④.
(3) Then, reinstall and secure filter holder ② with two screws ①.
Note: Prior to removing the optical filter, be sure to turn off the power.
Since garbage etc. invades into image reception surface camera,
please work under the clean air, such as a CLEAN ROOM.
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2
1
4
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Connector
1. CameraLink connector
D.OUT1 (Connector 1)
Pin No.
Signal
+12V (PoCL)
1
GND (non-PoCL)
2
TXOUT 0 (-)
3
TXOUT 1 (-)
4
TXOUT 2 (-)
5
TXCLKOUT (-)
6
TXOUT 3 (-)
7
RX (+) [ SERTC (+) ]
8
TX (-) [ SERTFG (-) ]
9
TRIG-A/VD (-) [ CC1 (-) ]
10
N.U. [ CC2 (+) ]
11
N.U. [ CC3 (-) ]
12
N.U. [ CC4 (+) ]
13
GND
Pin No.
Signal
14
GND
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
TXOUT 0 (+)
TXOUT 1 (+)
TXOUT 2 (+)
TXCLKOUT (+)
TXOUT 3 (+)
RX (-) [ SERTC (-) ]
TX (+) [ SERTFG (+) ]
TRIG-A/VD (+) [ CC1 (+) ]
N.U. [ CC2 (-) ]
N.U. [ CC3 (+) ]
N.U. [ CC4 (-) ]
+12V (PoCL)
GND (non-PoCL)
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SDR connector (3M) or equivalent
N.U.: Not used
- The digital out cable should be comprised of a twisted pair of wires having 100Ω characteristic impedance and an outer
heath shield type conductor.
- Connect the shield (ground) of the digital out cable to the ground terminal of the video equipment, frame grabber, etc.
- TX: Transmit data from camera to machine
- RX: Transmit data from machine to camera
(Note) Please do not unplug and insert cable (digital out cable) with a power supplied to a camera.
2. DCIN/SYNC connector
PIN NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
GND
---- (PoCL)
+12V (non-PoCL)
GND
---GND
----
Connector (camera side)
Plug (matching cable plug)
PIN NO.
7
Signal
Trigger IN / VD IN
8
GND
9
10
11
12
---FLASH OUT / VD OUT
---GND
: SNH-10-12(RPCB) SAMWOO or equivalent
: HR10A-10P-12S(01) HIROSE or equivalent
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Functions and operations
Various mode setup and adjustment of KP-F145WCL are performed by the remote control via CameraLink.
Operation and adjustment way of function utilized are described below.
See "Remote control" and "Command list" (page 8 to 16) about communication method of each command.
1. Main functions
(1) TRIGGER : Setting about external trigger
・MODE : Select of mode
OFF (Factory setting)
: Trigger mode set to OFF (normal mode).
FIXED SHUTTER
: Set to Fixed shutter mode.
ONE TRIGGER
: Set to ONE trigger mode.
VD CONTROL
: Set to VD reset mode.
・POLARITY : Select of trigger polarity
POSITIVE (Factory setting) : Input polarity HIGH is made into trigger signal.
NEGATIVE
: Input polarity LOW is made into trigger signal.
・SOURCE : Select of trigger source
CL-CC1 (Factory setting) : Input trigger signal from CameraLink signal CC1 (see page 4 "Connector").
12pin
: Input trigger signal from 7 pin of 12 pin DCIN/SYNC connector.
* See "Trigger operation and timing chart" (page 20 to 24).
(2) OUTPUT SIGNAL : Setting of the tenth pin of DCIN/SYNC connector
OFF (Factory setting)
FLASH OUT
VD OUT
: No output.
: Output flash pulse (strobe out).
: Output camera VD.
(3) SHUTTER : Setting of electronic shutter
OFF (Factory setting)
: Shutter operation set to OFF (normal shutter).
1/30, 1/60, 1/100, 1/250,
1/1000, 1/2000,
1/10000, 1/50000 second : Set to setting shutter speed (PRESET shutter).
VARIABLE
: Set to shutter speed from 10 second to 1/100000 second (VARIABLE shutter).
-VARIABLE VALUE- : Setting speed of VARIABLE shutter.
10 to 1/100000 second : Electronic shutter can be set in the range of 10 to 1/100,000 second in 1536 steps.
Shutter speed setting value and exposure time can be derived as follows. (ShutterSpeed:: μsecond)
a) Setting value XYY16 obtained from exposure time.
X int(log(ShutterSpeed )) 1
YY int
ShutterSpeed
10 X 1
1
10016
9
b) Exposure time obtained from setting value XYY16.
YY16
ShutterSpeed 10 X 1 (1
9)[ sec]
10016
5
Ex.1 Exposure time = setting value XYY16 to obtain 1/125 second (= 8000μsecond).
X int log 8000
2
8000
1
10 2 1
YY int
int 7
1
10016
9
10016
9
C716
XYY
2C716
Ex.2 Setting value 25D16 that produces 1/234.22 second exposure time.
ShutterSpeed
10 2
1
(1
5D16
10016
9)
4269.53 [ sec]
1
[sec]
234.22
(4) DATA BIT : Setting of output bit depth
8bit (Factory setting)
10bit
12bit
: Image is outputted by 8 bit.
: Image is outputted by 10 bit.
: Image is outputted by 12 bit.
(5) VD/FVAL : Setting of vertical sync signal
VD
FVAL (Factory setting)
: Output VD.
: Output FVAL.
(6) HD/LVAL : Setting of horizontal sync signal
HD
LVAL (Factory setting)
: Output HD.
: Output LVAL.
(7) GAIN : Setting of electrical sensitivity
0 (Factory setting) to 18dB : Set from 0 to 18dB in 504 steps.
(8) BLACK LEVEL : Adjust offset level
0 (Factory setting) to 63 : Set in 64 steps.
(9) VERTICAL 2 PIXEL ADDITION : Setting of vertical two pixel addition
OFF (Factory setting)
ON
: Not perform vertical two pixel addition.
: Perform vertical two pixels addition and frame rate is increased about 2 times.
(10) PARTIAL SCAN : Setting about partial scan
-MODE- : Select of mode
OFF (Factory setting)
: Not perform partial scan.
ON
: Perform partial scan.
-START- : Start position of partial scan
1 (Factory setting) to 1040: Scan is started from the line set up in 1 to 1040.
-WIDTH- : Width of partial scan
1 to 1040 (Factory setting): Scan is performed number of line set up in 1 to 1040 is scanned.
* When using partial scan, please make sum total of START and WIDH into 1041 or less.
* When using partial scan, please use FVAL.
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(11) TEST PATTERN : Setting for the test pattern.
OFF (Factory setting)
: Test pattern is OFF.
H-LAMP
: Output the horizontal lamp image.
V-LAMP
: Output the vertical lamp image.
HV-LAMP
: Output the horizontal and vertical lamp image.
(12) FACTORY SETTING
-SET- : Return to the factory settings.
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Remote control
1. Comms* specifications
・Control system
・Transmission rate
・Data length
・Star bit
・Stop bit
・Parity
・Bit transfer
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Start-stop synchronization system
9600 bps
8 bit
1 bit
1 bit
None
LSB first
*Comms: Communications
2. Comms control
The remote control software controls all communications. Data send/receive (BSC handshake) is by transferring TEXT data
to the camera controller chip.
3. Comms procedure
The following pages indicate the camera controller chip and remote control software data protocol. In the description, the
camera is designated as slave and the software as master.
・Receive protect timer (time out error)
The receive protect timer for master and slave processes is 1 second. For example, if 1 block of TEXT data is being
received, if the data interval exceeds 1 second, error is produced and the data are lost. An acknowledgment of data receipt
is not produced.
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(1) Transmission from master (normal process)
ENQ code (05H)
HITACHI
2
Transmit data (ASCII code)
Slave
(KP-F145WCL)
4
1
ACK code (06H)
3
ACK code (06H)
Master (Machine)
①
②
③
④
Session starts when ENQ is sent from master to slave.
Slave acknowledges by returning ACK to master.
Master sends data to slave.
Slave acknowledges receipt of data by again returning ACK to master and end the handshake.
(2) Master reads data (normal process)
ENQ code (05H)
HITACHI
2
Read command (ASCII code)
Slave
(KP-F145WCL)
4
5
3
ACK code (06H)
Read data (ASCII code)
ACK code (06H)
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
1
ACK code (06H)
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Master (Machine)
Session starts when ENQ is sent from master to slave.
Slave acknowledges by returning ACK to master.
Master sends read command to slave.
Slave receives read command, then acknowledges by returning ACK code to master.
Slave sends read data to master.
Master receives read data, then acknowledges by returning ACK code to slave.
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(3) Data transmitted by master (control abort process)
ENQ code (05H)
2
1
NACK code (15H)
ENQ code (05H)
HITACHI
NACK code (15H)
ENQ code (05H)
NACK code (15H)
Slave
(KP-F145WCL)
3
ENQ code (05H)
Master (Machine)
NACK code (15H)
① Master sends ENQ code to slave.
② Since ACK code cannot be sent, slave sent NACK code to master.
③ Sequence is repeated 3 times in attempts to retransmit.
After receiving the 3rd successive NACK code, communications control is aborted
(4) Data transmitted by master (data error process)
ENQ code (05H)
2
Send data (error occurs)
HITACHI
4
Slave
(KP-F145WCL)
1
ACK code (06H)
Send data (error occurs)
Send data (data normal)
3
3 second
elapse
3 second
elapse
5
6
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
ACK code (06H)
Master (Machine)
Session starts when ENQ is sent from master to slave.
Slave acknowledges by returning ACK to master.
Master sends data, but slave detect error (framing, over-run error).
Slave detects error and does not accept data.
Sequence 3 and 4 repeats, then master transfers normal data.
Slave detects normal data and returns ACK code to master to end the session.
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(5) Data frame error (Master transmission)
ENQ code (05H)
2
HITACHI
4
Send data (ASCII code)
Send data (ASCII code)
Slave
(KP-F145WCL)
1
ACK code (06H)
Send data (ASCII code)
3
3 second
elapse
5
3 second
elapse
Master (Machine)
3 second
elapse
Send data (ASCII code)
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①
②
③
④
⑤
Session starts when ENQ is sent from master to slave.
Slave acknowledges by returning ACK to master.
Master sends data.
For some reason, slave does not receive data.
Master does not receive acknowledgment to the send code and repeats the sequence every 3
seconds for 3 times.
⑥ If unsuccessful after 3 attempts, master aborts the sequence and ends communication.
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(6) Transmission frame error (Master receive)
ENQ code (05H)
2
Read command (ASCII code)
HITACHI
4
Slave
(KP-F145WCL)
5
7
3
ACK code (06H)
Read data (ASCII code)
Read data (ASCII code)
Read data (ASCII code)
8
1
ACK code (06H)
Read data (ASCII code)
6
3 second
elapse
Master (Machine)
3 second
elapse
3 second
elapse
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
Session starts when ENQ is sent from master to slave.
Slave acknowledges by returning ACK to master.
Master sends read command.
Slave returns ACK code to acknowledge read command.
Slave sends read data to master.
For some reason, master fails to receive read data.
Slave fails to receive acknowledgment of read data and attempts to resend every 3 seconds for 3
times.
⑧ After the third failure, slave aborts the sequence and ends communication.
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4. Comms command data format
(1) Send data and read command (master to slave)
(a) Command data are converted into ASCII code and transmitted.
(b) Comms byte quantity is 18.
(c) Comms data format (transmission sequence).
STX
1 byte
Text data
14 byte
ETX
1 byte
SUM
2 byte
18 byte
・STX (start code)
・Text data
・ETX (end code)
・SUM
: Code indicating start of text.
1 byte (02H)
: Transmit / receive data.
14 byte (ASCII code)
: Code indicating end of text.
1 byte (03H)
: XOR result (FFH), of adding STX, Text data, and ETX.
2 byte (ASCII code)
(d) Text data format details (transmission sequence).
Status
2 byte
ID No.
2 byte
Area address
2 byte
Relative No.
2 byte
Data
2 byte x 3
14 byte
・Status
・ID No.
・Area address
・Relative No.
・Data (note)
: Transmission data status.
2 byte (ASCII code)
Used for EEPROM write (0: write absent, 1: write present).
: Camera peculiar ID.
KP-F145WCL have (FFH).
2 byte (ASCII code)
: Classification of Send data (01H) and Read command (81H).
2 byte (ASCII code)
: Sets number (0 to 255) for each adjustment item.
2 byte (ASCII code)
: Sets data to be transmitted.
2 byte x 3 (ASCII code)
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(2) Read (receive) data (slave to master)
(a) Command data are converted into ASCII code and transmitted.
(b) Comms byte quantity is 10.
(c) Comms data format (transmission sequence)
STX
1 byte
Text data
6 byte
ETX
1 byte
SUM
2 byte
10 byte
・STX (start code)
: Code indicating start of text.
1 byte (02H)
: Transmit / receive data.
6 byte (ASCII code)
: Code indicating end of text.
1 byte (03H)
: XOR result (FFH), of adding STX, Text data, and ETX.
2 byte (ASCII code)
・Text data
・ETX (end code)
・SUM
(d) Text data details (transmission sequence)
Data
2 byte x 3
6 byte
・Data (note)
: Sets Read data to be transmitted.
2 byte x 3 (ASCII code)
Note: Data transfer sequence
Data bytes
1st byte
1
2
3
Data
Upper
Upper
2nd byte
3rd byte
0x00
Lower
Mid
0x00
0x00
Lower
5. Calculation method of checksum
Example
STX
02
1
STATUS
01
2
ID NO
FF
3
AREA ADDRESS
01
4
RELATIVE NO
04
5
00
6
DATA
00
7
ETX
SUM
03
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00
1. STAUTUS to DATA are transformed into hexadecimal number on the basis of the ASCII code.
'0'→(30)16
'1'→(31)16
'4'→(34)16
'F'→(46)16
STX: (02)16
ETX: (03)16
2. STX to ETX are added all.
(02)16+(30)16+(31)16+(46)16+(46)16+(30)16+(31)16+(30)16+(34)16+(30)16+(30)16+(30)16+(30)16+(30)16+(30)16+(03)16 =(2D7)16
STX STATUS
ID
AREA
RELATIVE
DATA
ETX
3. The XOR (Exclusive OR) between the value obtained in 2 clause and (FF)16 are taken, then two column under the
answer become SUM
(2D7)16 XOR (FF)16 = (228)16
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Command list
1. Send data (Setting command. Note: 1 to 7 and SUM need to be transformed into ASCII code)
1
Item
STX
OFF
FIXED
MODE
1TRIG
VD CONT
TRIGGER
POSITIVE
POLARITY
NEGATIVE
CL-CC1
SOURCE
12pin
OFF
OUTPUT SIGNAL
FLASH OUT
VD
OFF
1/30
1/60
1/100
1/250
PRESET
SHUTTER
1/1000
SPEED
1/2000
(*1)
1/10000
1/50000
VARIABLE (*2)
VARIABLE VALUE MIN (1/100000(s))
(2Byte) (*2)
MAX (10(s))
8bit
DATA BIT
10bit
12bit
VD
VD/FVAL
FVAL
HD
HD/LVAL
LVAL
MIN (-6dB:0)
GAIN (2Byte)(*4)
(0dB:168)
MAX(18dB:671)
MIN (0)
BLACK LEVEL
MAX (63)
VERTICAL 2 PIXEL
OFF
ADDITION
ON
OFF
MODE
ON (*6)
PARTIAL
START
MIN (1)
SCAN
(2BYTE) (*6)
MAX (1040)
WIDTH
MIN (1)
(2BYTE) (*6)
MAX (1040)
OFF
H-LAMP
TEST PATTERN
V-LAMP
HV-LAMP
FACTORY SETTING
SET
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
(*1)
(*2)
(*3)
(*4)
(*5)
(*6)
(*7)
2
3
4
5
6
AREA RELATIVE
STATUS ID NO.
DATA
ADDRESS
NO.
01
FF
01
04
00
00
01
FF
01
04
01
00
01
FF
01
04
02
00
01
FF
01
04
04
00
01
FF
01
0F
00
00
01
FF
01
0F
01
00
01
FF
01
05
00
00
01
FF
01
05
01
00
01
FF
01
06
00
00
01
FF
01
06
01
00
01
FF
01
06
02
00
01
FF
01
08
00
00
01
FF
01
08
01
00
01
FF
01
08
02
00
01
FF
01
08
03
00
01
FF
01
08
04
00
01
FF
01
08
05
00
01
FF
01
08
06
00
01
FF
01
08
07
00
01
FF
01
08
08
00
01
FF
01
08
FF
00
01
FF
01
11
00 (*3) 00 (*3)
01
FF
01
11
06 (*3) 00 (*3)
01
FF
01
14
00
00
01
FF
01
14
01
00
01
FF
01
14
02
00
01
FF
01
15
00
00
01
FF
01
15
01
00
01
FF
01
16
00
00
01
FF
01
16
01
00
01
FF
01
0C
00
00
01
FF
01
0C
00
A8
01
FF
01
0C
02
9F
01
FF
01
17
00 (*5)
00
01
FF
01
17
3F (*5)
00
01
FF
01
13
00
00
01
FF
01
13
01
00
01
FF
01
1E
00
00
01
FF
01
1E
01
00
01
FF
01
1F
00
01
01
FF
01
1F
04 (*7) 10 (*7)
01
FF
01
20
00
01
01
FF
01
20
04 (*7) 10 (*7)
01
FF
01
50
00
00
01
FF
01
50
01
00
01
FF
01
50
02
00
01
FF
01
50
03
00
01
FF
01
45
01
00
7
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
ETX
SUM
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
28
27
26
24
16
15
26
25
26
25
24
24
23
22
21
20
1F
1E
1D
1C
F8
2A
1E
27
26
25
26
25
25
24
19
00
F8
24
0B
28
27
16
15
14
10
29
25
27
26
25
24
22
SHUTTER SPEED settings are effective only in the condition TRIGGER MODE is OFF or FIXED SHUTTER.
VARIABLE VALUE can be set only when VARIABLE is selected.
VARIABLE VALUE: selectable in the range from 0000 to 060016 (See page 5 to 6 about setting shutter speed).
GAIN: selectable in the range from 000016 to 029F16. Factory setting is 00A816.
BLACK LEVEL: selectable in the range from 0016 to 3F16.
PARTIAL SCAN START/WIDTH can be set only when PARTIAL SCAN MODE is ON.
PARTIAL SCAN START/WIDTH: selectable in the range from 000116 to 041016 and the sum total of START and WIDTH is 041116 or less.
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2. Read command (Note: 1 to 7 and SUM need to be transformed into ASCII code)
Item
STX
MODE
POLARITY
SOURCE
OUTPUT SIGNAL
PRESET
SHUTTER SPEED
VARIABLE VALUE
DATA BIT
VD / FVAL
HD / LVAL
GAIN
BLACK LEVEL
VERTICAL 2 PIXEL ADDITION
MODE
PARTIAL SCAN
START
WIDTH
TEST PATTERN
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
TRIGGER
1
2
STATUS
ID NO.
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
3
4
AREA
RELATIVE
ADDRESS
NO.
81
04
81
0F
81
05
81
06
81
08
81
11
81
14
81
15
81
16
81
0C
81
17
81
13
81
1E
81
1F
81
20
81
50
5
6
7
DATA
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
ETX
SUM
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
21
10
20
1F
1D
23
20
1F
1E
12
1D
21
0F
0E
23
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The reading data from the Slave is based on "4. Comms command data format(2)" of "Remote control" (page 14).
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CameraLink output timing chart
1. Horizontal timing
898 clk
HD
50 clk
23 clk
129 clk
696 clk
・・・・
Active Picture
・・・・
1385
1387
1389
1391
・・・・
・・・・
1386
1388
1390
1392
DB
2
4
6
8
DA
VIDEO
1
3
5
7
LVAL
1clk = 34.722ns (28.8000MHz)
2. Vertical timing
1068
VD
3H
9H
16
1040
FVAL
Active
VIDEO
1H = 898clk = 31.1806μs
*Vertical timing for vertical 2 pixel addition mode
535 H
VD
3H
9H
3H
520 H
FVAL
VIDEO
Active
1H = 898clk = 31.1806μs
*Refer to "Trigger operation and timing chart" for vertical timing when a partial scanning is used.
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3. Transmitter LVDS output pulse position measurement
(a) 8bit
D.OUT1
TCLK 34.722ns (28.8000MHz)
TXCLKOUT
Previous Cycle
Next Cycle
TXOUT 3
DA7-1
DA6-1
N.U.
N.U.
N.U.
DB7
DB6
DA7
DA6
TXOUT 2
N.U.
N.U.
N.U.
FVAL
LVAL
N.U.
N.U.
N.U.
N.U.
(VD)
(HD)
TXOUT 1
DB2-1
DB1-1
N.U.
N.U.
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
TXOUT 0
DA1-1
DA0-1
DB0
DA5
DA4
DA3
DA2
DA1
DA0
N.U.: Not used
(b) 10bit
D.OUT1
TCLK 34.722ns (28.8000MHz)
TXCLKOUT
Previous Cycle
Next Cycle
TXOUT 3
DA7-1
DA6-1
N.U.
DB7
DB6
N.U.
N.U.
DA7
DA6
TXOUT 2
DB3-1
DB2-1
N.U.
FVAL
LVAL
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
(VD)
(HD)
TXOUT 1
N.U.
DA9-1
DB1
DB0
DB9
DB8
N.U.
N.U.
DA9
TXOUT 0
DA1-1
DA0-1
DA8
DA5
DA4
DA3
DA2
DA1
DA0
N.U.: Not used
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(c) 12bit
D.OUT1
TCLK 34.722ns (28.8000MHz)
TXCLKOUT
Previous Cycle
Next Cycle
TXOUT 3
DA7-1
DA6-1
N.U.
DB7
DB6
DB11
DB10
DA7
DA6
TXOUT 2
DB3-1
DB2-1
N.U.
FVAL
LVAL
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
(VD)
(HD)
TXOUT 1
DA10-1
DA9-1
DB1
DB0
DB9
DB8
DA11
DA10
DA9
TXOUT 0
DA1-1
DA0-1
DA8
DA5
DA4
DA3
DA2
DA1
DA0
N.U.: Not used
Please be sure to connect CameraLink cable to D.OUT1.
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Trigger operation and timing chart
1. Normal mode
(a) Partial scan OFF
Shutter time
(Camera setting value)
Shutter time
Data output
1068H
VD
9H
16H
3H
FVAL
1040H
1 H = 31.1806 μs
(b) Partial scan ON
Shutter time
(Camera setting value)
Shutter time
Data output
④
VD
②
①
FVAL
3H
③
1 H = 31.1806 μs
① to ④ are variable by start position of picture grabbing and width of picture grabbing
(omit the figures after the decimal fractions).
① (6+(1055-Width)/10-Start/10)H
② (9+ Start/10)H
③ (Width)H
④ (15+ Width +(1055- Width)/10)H
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Graph following shows frame rate in each of picture grabbing in the partial scan mode.
KP-F145WCL Partial scan
300
Frame rate [fps]
250
200
150
100
50
0
0
200
400
600
800
1000
Width of picture grabbing [H]
Note: Frame rate can be calculated from following equations using width of picture grabbing.
Lines = 15 + Width + (1055 - Width) / 10
Frame rate = (28800000 / 868) / Lines
*Notes when partial scanning is used
Note1: Please use the partial scan in following condition.
Start + Width ≦ 1041
Note2: Please use FVAL in the partial scan.
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2. Fixed shutter mode
When external trigger signal is POSITIVE, after the trigger signal rise, exposure is start. The exposure time is set by the
camera electronic shutter speed. The video output is obtained immediately after the end of fixed exposure. The strobe
signal start/end can be set to shutter time.
(a) Partial scan OFF
Trigger input High
(POS)
Low
More than 1068H
More than 10μs
Shutter time
(Camera setting value)
Shutter
time
0.28μs
FLASH OUT
Data
output
1040H
3H
VD
9H
FVAL
1 H = 31.1806 μs
(b) Partial scan ON
Trigger input
(POS)
High
Low
①
More than 10μs
Shutter time
(Camera setting value)
Shutter time
0.28μs
FLASH OUT
Data output
VD
FVAL
③
3H
②
1 H = 31.1806 μs
① to ③ are variable by start position of picture grabbing and width of picture grabbing
(omit the figures after the decimal fractions).
① (15+Width+(1055- Width)/10)H or more
② (9+Start/10)H
③ (Width)H
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3. ONE trigger mode
When external trigger signal is POSITIVE, after the trigger signal rise, exposure is start. At the trigger signal falling edge, the
internal VD signal is reset and the video data are transmitted. The trigger signal width equals the exposure time.
(a) Partial scan OFF
More than 1068H
Trigger input
(POS)
High
Low
More than
10μs
Shutter time
(Integration time)
Shutter time
15.6μs
0.28μs
FLASH OUT
Data output
1040H
3H
VD
9H
FVAL
1 H = 31.1806 μs
(b) Partial scan ON
①
Trigger input
(POS)
Shutter time
High
Low
More
than
10μs
0.28μs
Shutter time
(Integration time)
15.6μs
FLASH OUT
Data output
3H
③
VD
FVAL
②
1 H = 31.1806 μs
① to ③ are variable by start position of picture grabbing and width of picture grabbing
(omit the figures after the decimal fractions).
① (15+Width+(1055- Width)/10)H or more
② (9+Start/10)H
③ (Width)H
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4. VD reset
When external VD pulse is inputted, internal HD/VD is reset.
*Note: When external VD of 30.03 Hz or more is input, electronic shutter has an equation between external VD and 30.03 Hz.
(a) Partial scan OFF
External VD specification: 30.03 Hz or less
More than 10μs
VD (Trigger) High
input (NEG) Low
More than 1068H
Data output
1040H
3H
Camera VD
9H
FVAL
VD output
3H
0.28μs
1 H = 31.1806 μs
(b) Partial scan ON
More than 10μs
VD (Trigger) High
input (NEG) Low
①
Data output
③
3H
Camera VD
②
FVAL
VD output
3H
0.28μs
1 H = 31.1806 μs
① to ③ are variable by start position of picture grabbing and width of picture grabbing
(omit the figures after the decimal fractions).
① (15+Width+(1055- Width)/10)H or more
② (9+Start/10)H
③ (Width)H
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Input / Output signal
1. Input signal
The level of the trigger signal input to KP-F145WCL is as follows.
(1) Input from CameraLink cable
LVDS level.
(2) Input from DCIN/SYNC connector
High level
: +2.5 to +5.0 V
Low level
:
0 to +0.3 V
2. Output signal
The level of the VD and FLASH output from KP-F145WCL is as follows.
High level
: +5.0V
Low level
: 0V
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Spectral response
Spectral response of KP-F145WCL is showing.
1
0.9
Relative Response
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
IR cut filter
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
400
500
600
700
Wave Length (nm)
800
900
1000
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Specifications
Specifications of KP-F145WCL is showing.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
18)
19)
20)
21)
22)
23)
Imaging device
Total pixels
Effective pixels
Pixel size
Image area
Scanning system
Aspect
Frame rate
Horizontal drive frequency
Horizontal scanning frequency
Vertical scanning frequency
Synchronization
Lens mount
Frange back
Optical filter
Video output
Output image size
VD reset input
Resolution
Sensitivity
Minimum illumination
S/N
Electronic shutter
Preset
Variable
Gamma
Frame on demand
Mode
Trigger input
Partial scan
Remote control
Control system
Control items
24) Power supply
25) Power consumption
Normal mode
Partial scan
26) Ambient temperature
Performance
Operating
Storage
27) Vibration endurance
28) Shock endurance
29) Dimensions
30) Mass
31) Standard compositions
KP-F145WCL
KP-FR500WCL
2/3-inch
interline CCD
1432 (H) x 1050 (V)
1392 (H) x 1040 (V)
6.45μm (H) x 6.45μm (V)
8.98mm (H) x 6.71mm (V)
Progressive scan
4:3
30rame per second (full pixel readout)
57.600 MHz
32.07 kHz
30.03 Hz
Internal
C mount
17.526mm (no adjustment)
Dummy glass (AR coated)
IR cut (CameraLink)
filter
Digital output
Base configuration: 28.8000MHz 2TAP
(Note: Maximum digital out cable length is 10 meters.)
1392 (H) x 1040 (V) (full pixel readout)
30.03 Hz or less
Horizontal / Vertical: 1000 TV lines
Horizontal / Vertical:
Approx.
400lx, F8,
3200K1300 TV lines
2000lx,
3200K
2.0lx,
F1.4,F8,
Gain
MAX
48dB
**dB
1/30, 1/60, 1/100, 1/250, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/10000, 1/50000 second
10 to 1/100000 second
γ=1
OFF (Normal mode), Fixed shutter mode, ONE trigger, VD reset
From CameraLink (CC1) or DCIN/SYNC connector
Selectable start position and width of picture grabbing in 1H step
Start-stop synchronization system
TRIGGER、OUTPUT SIGNAL、SHUTTER SPEED、DATA BIT、
VD/FVAL、HD/LVAL、GAIN、BLACK LEVEL、PARTIAL SCAN
VERTICAL 2 PIXEL ADDITION 、FACTORY SETTING、TEST PATTERN
DC12V±1V
Approx. 230mA (Approx. 2.76W)
MAX Approx. 310mA (Approx. 4.0W) when WIDTH: 1H
0℃ to +40℃ (+32 to +104F) / less than RH 90%
-10℃ to +50℃ (+14 to +122F) / less than RH 70%
-20℃ to +60℃ (-4 to +140F) / less than RH 70% (without dew condensation)
10 to 55Hz (2.37 to 71.7 m/s2), sweep: 1 minutes, XYZ, 30minutes
490.3m/ s2 (vertical, horizontal, once each faze)
44(W) x 44(H) x 41(D) mm
Approx. 110g
Camera, Composition table
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±0.5
3×2-M3(DEPTH:3) 10.5
±0.5
±1
34
±1
21
NTS
25
・SCALE:
±0.5
・MASS:
g
・MASS: APPROX 110
APPROX 110g
・UHIT: mm
・UNIT: mm
・SCALE: NTS
SEE MANUAL
APERCEVOIR
MANUEL
Dimensions
2-M2(DEPTH:3)
44
±0.5
28
±1.5
4-M3(DEPTH:6)
47
±0.5
22
6
0.5
40.5
U1
±0.5
44
DC IN/SYNC
±1
10
SER.NO.
2-M2(DEPTH:3)
±0.5
±1
34
R
o
H
S
10.5
P
L
A
T
E
,
R
A
T
E
D
±1
2-M3(DEPTH:3)
COLOR:BLACK 2.5
COLOR:BLACK
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28
D.OUT 2
25
22
±0.5
±0.5
D.OUT 1
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Hitachi Kokusai Electric Inc.
UDX Akihabara Bldg. 14-1 Sotokanda 4-choume, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8980, Japan
Phone: +81(0) 3-6734-9432, Fax: +81(0) 3-5209-5942
URL: http://www.hitachi-kokusai.co.jp
Hitachi Kokusai Electric (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Beijing Branch
: Room 1413, Beijing Fortune Building, 5 Dong San Huan Bei-Lu,
Chao Yang District, Beijing, 100004 China
Phone: +86(0) 10-6590-8755/8756, Fax: +86(0) 10-6590-8757
Hitachi Kokusai Electric America, Ltd.
Headquarters and
Northeast Office
West Office
: 150 Crossways Park Drive, Woodbury, New York 11797, U.S.A.
Phone: (+1) 516-921-7200, Fax: (+1) 516-496-3718
: 371 Van Ness Way, Suite 120 Torrance, CA, 90501, U.S.A.
Phone: (+1) 310-328-6166, Fax: (+1) 310-328-6252
Midwest Sales
: Phone: (+1) 330-334-4115, Fax: (+1) 516-496-3718
Service (+1) 989-345-5379
South Sales
: Service (+1) 256-774-3777
Parts Center
: phone (+1) 516-682-4435, Fax: (+1) 516-921-0993
Latin Sales
: phone (+1) 519-682-4420, Fax: (+1) 516-496-3718
URL: http://www.hitachikokusai.us
Hitachi Kokusai Electric Canada, Ltd.
Head Office
: 1 Select Avenue Unit#12 Scarborough, Ontario M1V 5J3, Canada
Phone: (+1) 416-299-5900, Fax: (+1) 416-299-0450
Eastern Office
: 5795 Chemin St. Francois St. Laurent, Quebec H4S 1B6, Canada
Phone: (+1) 514-332-6687, Fax: (+1) 514-335-1664
URL: http://www.hitachikokusai.ca
Hitachi Kokusai Electric Europe GmbH
Sales and Engineering : Siemensstr. 9, D-63263 Neu-Isenburg, Germany
Frankfurt Office
Phone: +49(0) 6102-8332-0, Fax: +49(0) 6102-202616
General email address: [email protected]
URL: http://www.hitachi-keu.com/
Hitachi Kokusai Electric U.K. Ltd.
Head Office
: Windsor House, Britannia Road, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire EN8 7NX, United Kingdom
Phone: +44(0) 845-121-2177, Fax: +44(0) 845-121-2180
General email address: [email protected]
URL: http://www.hitachi-keu.com/
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