1.1 PURPOSE
K-575
1/3” CCD HIGH
RESOLUTION
BLACK & WHITE
CAMERA
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Ultrak
2400 Industrial Lane, 2000A
Broomfield, CO 80020
(800) 846-8884 (303) 466-7333
FAX (303) 469-8336
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ISSUE 1 - July 1996
1996 BY ULTRAK
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
PRINTED IN KOREA
ULTRAK
1220 CHAMPION CIRCLE, #100
CARROLLTON, TEXAS 75006
(214) 280-9675
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. NO PART OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE REPRODUCED
BY ANY MEANS WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM ULTRAK.
THE INFORMATION IN THIS PUBLICATION IS BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE IN ALL
RESPECTS. HOWEVER, ULTRAK CANNOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY
CONSEQUENCES RESULTING FROM THE USE THEREOF. THE INFORMATION
CONTAINED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. REVISIONS OR
NEW EDITIONS TO THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE ISSUED TO INCORPORATE SUCH
CHANGES.
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USERS OF THE PRODUCT ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CHECKING
AND COMPLYING WITH ALL FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL LAWS
AND STATUTES CONCERNING THE MONITORING AND
RECORDING OF VIDEO AND AUDIO SIGNALS. ULTRAK SHALL
NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN
VIOLATION OF CURRENT LAWS AND STATUTES.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
1. READ INSTRUCTIONS - Read all safety and operating
instructions before operating this product.
2. RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS - Retain the safety and
operating instructions for future reference.
3. CLEANING - Unplug all equipment before cleaning. Do
not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp
cloth for cleaning.
4. ATTACHMENTS - Use only attachments recommended
by the manufacturer. Non-recommended attachments
may result in the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury.
5. WATER AND MOISTURE - Keep all equipment away
from liquids or any other type of moisture.
6. ACCESSORIES - Do not place this television equipment
on an unstable cart, stand or table. The television
equipment may fall causing serious injury to a child or
adult, and serious damage to the equipment. Wall or
shelf mounting should follow the manufacturer’s
instructions, and should use a mounting kit approved by
the manufacturer.
7. POWER SOURCE - The camera should only be
operated from the type of power source indicated in this
Instruction Manual.
8. POWER CORDS - Do not allow anything to rest on the
power cord. Do not locate this product where the cord
will be abused by persons walking on it.
9. LIGHTNING - When this product is left unattended or
unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the power
supply and disconnect it from other equipment. This will
prevent damage to the video product due to lightening
and power-line surges.
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10. OVERLOADING - Do not overload wall outlets and
extension cords as this can result in a risk of fire or
electric shock.
11. FOREIGN OBJECTS - Never insert 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.
12. 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.
13. DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE - Disconnect the
camera equipment and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the following conditions:
a) When the power-supply cord or the plug has been
damaged.
b) If the video product has been exposed to moisture.
c) The video 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 video product
to its normal operation.
d) If the video product has been dropped, or the cabinet
damaged.
When the video product exhibits a distinct change in
performance - this indicates a need for service.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1.1
PURPOSE.................................................................................... 1
1.2
SYSTEM INSTALLATION ............................................................ 1
1.3
MANUAL IRIS LENS ADJUSTMENT........................................... 3
1.4
VIDEO TYPE AUTO IRIS LENS INSTALLATION AND
ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................. 4
1.5
BACK FOCUS ADJUSTMENT..................................................... 5
1.6
ZOOM LENS BACK FOCUS ADJUSTMENT .............................. 6
1.7
PHASE ADJUSTMENT ................................................................ 7
2.1
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................. 8
2.2
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ................................................... 8
SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................... Back Cover
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SECTION 1
K-575 CCD BLACK & WHITE CAMERA
1.1
PURPOSE
The K-575 CCD Black & White Observation Camera provides a
low cost solution to closed circuit television and security
surveillance applications. The K-575 Camera features:
• 1/3” Interline Transfer CCD Image Sensor
• Supports standard CS or C-mount lens
• Equipped with electronic iris
• Compatibility with Video auto-iris lens
• Excellent picture quality
• Back Light Compensation
• Two-year warranty
This manual describes how to setup and operate the K-575
Camera.
1.2
SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Installation of the K-575 Camera must be performed by qualified
service personnel in accordance with all local and national
electrical and mechanical codes. Perform the following steps to
install the K-575 Camera.
A. Remove all components from the package and identify the
items that will be used during installation:
• K-575 Camera
• Installation manual
Other items used during the installation that are NOT
supplied with the K-575 Camera may include:
• Camera lens
• Video cable
• Camera stand or mounting bracket
• 24V AC power supply
• Mounting hardware
• Observation Monitor
Refer to Figure 1 for identification of the K-575 Camera.
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FIGURE 1. K-575 CAMERA
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B. Select a suitable location for the camera. Install the camera
stand or mounting bracket in the selected location using a
suitable fastener. The camera stand or mounting bracket
must be attached to a structural object, such as a wall stud
or ceiling rafter, that supports the weight of the camera and
mount.
C. The K-575 Camera has a threaded mounting hole on the
bottom and top of the camera housing to allow for bottom or
top mounting. The ¼”-20 UNC threaded mounting hole
attaches to the bolt on the camera stand or mounting
bracket.
NOTE: Do not aim or point the camera towards the sun or
into a strong light.
D. Attach a CS lens mount lens directly to the front of the
camera lens mount. If a C lens mount is used, the CS/C
back focus ring must be adjusted to the “C” setting.
E. If an auto-iris lens is used, connect the cable to the terminal
block for a video-type auto-iris lens.
F. Route the assembled cable from the monitor to the camera.
G. Plug the cable into the BNC output connector on the rear of
the camera.
H. Plug the other end of the cable into the corresponding
camera connector port on the rear of the monitor.
I.
1.3
Adjust the lens focus and iris controls for an optimum picture.
MANUAL IRIS LENS ADJUSTMENT
When using the Manual Iris lens, turn the Iris to the OPEN
position and adjust the manual iris for the appropriate range. Set
the BLC switch to OFF. Adjust during the brightest conditions,
opening the lens without saturating the picture. Set the EI switch
to ON. Adjust the lens opening for the minimum F-number
yielding a good picture under the brightest scene conditions.
The Manual Iris is used in indoor applications where lighting from
windows can considerably affect the light level of the room.
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1.4
VIDEO TYPE AUTO IRIS LENS INSTALLATION AND
ADJUSTMENT
The K-575 Camera supports Video-type auto iris lenses to adjust
for changing light levels. Perform the following steps to install
and adjust a Video-type auto iris lens.
A) Thread the Video-type auto iris lens on to the lens mount.
B) Connect the lens control wiring to the three position terminal
block on the back of the camera. The following diagram
illustrates the Pin connections. Red, white, and black are the
most common colors used for wiring on Video-type auto iris
lens.
Pin
+B
VI
G
Name
Voltage +
Video
Ground
Wire Color
Red
White
Black
C) Set the EI switch on the back of the camera to OFF.
D) Apply power to the camera.
E) Adjust the focus ring on the lens for an optimum picture. If a
picture is not visible, set the lens for proper exposure by
adjusting the ALC (automatic level control) and Level on the
lens. The ALC setting can range between AVG (average) or
PK (peak). A mid-range setting is appropriate for most
applications.
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For ALC adjustments:
AVG
To slow the reaction of the lens to changing light,
set the range to the AVG setting to average the
video level from the camera. Use when there are
bright spots in the picture such as lights or glare
from the sun.
PK
To increase the speed of the lens reaction to the
changing light, set the lens adjustment to PK so
the lens will adjust to the brightest or peak object in
the video. Use this setting if you want to see the
brightest object and not the background objects.
For Level adjustments:
Adjust the Level control for the best picture during the day. A
night adjustment may not provide the proper setting for
controlling the light during the day.
F) Set the back focus of the camera before the final adjustment
of the video level.
G) If the auto iris has a gain adjustment:
1. If the lens oscillates between open and closed under
bright lights, slowly turn the gain adjustment counter
clockwise until the oscillating stops.
2. Increase the light getting to the camera by adjusting the
level control and re-adjusting the gain control as
necessary.
3. Reset the level control as noted in step E.
1.5
BACK FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
For best results, perform back focus adjustments at night or
while using a #6 or #8 welder’s glass in front of the lens. The
focus of the camera will change slightly if the camera iris is
adjusted on a light scene, then changes to a dark scene.
However, the camera will remain in focus if the iris is focused on
a dark scene and the scene lightens.
A) The lens should be mounted on the camera, then apply
power.
B) If a picture is visible, focus on the picture. If the picture is not
visible, open the iris on the lens. Open the lens as wide as
possible by adjusting the iris ring on the lens for the brightest
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picture or by placing the welder’s glass in front of the lens
and forcing the lens to automatically open.
C) When the iris is open to the widest point, re-adjust the focus
for a clear picture. It a clear picture is not possible, set the
focus ring to midrange.
D) Loosen the Back Focus Lock Screw.
E) Adjust the Back Focus Ring for a clear picture.
F) Tighten the Back Focus Lock Screw.
G) Fine tune the focus with the focus ring on the lens.
H) Remove the welder’s glass from in front of the lens.
I)
1.6
Adjust the iris of the lens for the best picture quality.
ZOOM LENS BACK FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
The objective of back focusing a zoom lens is similar to that of a
fixed focal length camera, except that the back focus is also
adjusted to maintain the focus when “zooming” the lens in and
out on a scene.
a) Choose an object at the farthest range that you wish to look
at with a zoom lens.
b) Make sure the iris of the lens is wide open. (Do this by
adjusting the camera at night or use a welder’s glass in front
of the lens.)
c) Adjust the focus to the stop on the far range.
d) Adjust the zoom on the lens to obtain the widest picture.
e) Loosen the back focus lock screw.
f)
Adjust the back focus ring for the clearest picture.
g) Tighten the back focus lock screw.
h) Adjust the zoom on the lens to the far telephoto position.
i)
Adjust the back focus ring for the clearest picture.
j)
Adjust the zoom on the lens back to the widest picture.
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k) Loosen the back focus screw.
l)
Readjust the back focus for the clearest picture.
m) Tighten the back focus lock screw.
n) Repeat the previous steps, as many times as necessary, to
maintain a clear picture through the entire zoom range.
1.7
PHASE ADJUSTMENT
Phase Adjustment is used in multi-camera systems when power
is supplied from different sources, causing the camera to be out
of phase. This situation affects auto-switching of the cameras by
causing a vertical flip or roll during the switch interval. The
vertical phase adjustment allows the camera’s line lock sync to
be adjusted from 0 to 260 degrees with reference to the zero line
crossing the AC frequency.
a)
Ensure that all cameras are powered from the same
electrical source and wired in a similar fashion.
b)
Adjust the phase control on the back of the camera until
there is no vertical flip or roll on the monitor when using
the auto switcher.
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SECTION 2
TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE
2.1
TROUBLESHOOTING
If problems occur, verify the installation of the camera with the
instructions in this manual and with other operating equipment.
Isolate the problem to the specific piece of equipment in the
system and refer to the equipment manual for further information.
Problem
No Video
Video, but no control
2.2
Possible Solution
1. Verify power to all pieces of equipment
in the system.
2. Verify that the power switches are in
the ON position.
3. Verify that the lens cap has been
removed from the lens or that the iris
of the lens is open.
1. Power down the system for one
minute, then turn power back ON.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Preventive maintenance allows detection and correction of minor
faults before they become serious and cause equipment failure.
Every three months, perform the following maintenance:
a) Inspect all connecting cables for deterioration or other
damage.
b) Clean components with a clean damp cloth.
c) Verify that all the mounting hardware is secure.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
2.4W x 2.2H x 6.2D in
(61W x 56H x 158D mm)
Power supply
24VAC +/- 10%, 60 Hz +/-1Hz
Power consumption
4.0W (4.5W max. with auto-iris)
Image pickup element
1/3 inch CCD image area
sensor (4.9mm H x 3.7mm V)
Scanning system
2:1 interlace
Scanning frequency
15.75 KHz (H), 60 Hz (V)
Synchronization
Line lock
Resolution
Horizontal 570 TV lines
Min. illumination
0.7 Lux (F 1.2, 50% IRE)
AGC
Internal, automatic
Gamma
0.45
S/N Ratio
46 dB (AGC Off)
Video output
1.0 Vp-p NTSC
Output Impedance
75 ohm unbalanced
Ambient temperature
-10° C - +50° C (14° F - 122°F)
Ambient humidity
30% - 90%
Lens mount
CS- or C-Mount (Adjustable)
Back Light Compensation
40% (center of screen)
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