PTZ Optics 20X SDI Data Sheet

PTZ Optics 20X SDI Data Sheet
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Video Conferencing Camera
The PTZ Optics 20X-SDI is a 1080p camera with 20X optical zoom for capturing HD images at long distances. With support for HD-SDI, HDMI, and IP Streaming (H.264) this camera is ideal for broadcasting high
definition video signals for broadcast or video conferencing applications.
KEY FEATURES
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60.7 degree wide-angle lens.
High performance in low illumination situations.
Full 1920x1080p HD Resolutions up to 30 frames per second.
2D and 3D noise reduction with our latest “low noise CMOS sensor”.
Conforms to ONVIF IP Streaming Standards
RJ-454 H.264 Streaming port (Control Software is open source)
HDMI, HD-SDI, IP Streaming (All Simultaneuos)
Camera & Lens
WHAT’S IN THE BOX
20X Zoom IP Camera
Power Adapter
IR Remote Control
RS-232C to RS-485 Cable
User Manual
Rear Board Connectors
Video CMOS Sensor
1/3” CMOS, 2.12 Mega Pixels
Video Output Interface
HDMI, HD-SDI, CVBS
Frame Rate
1080p/30, 1080p/25, 720p/60,
Network Interface
RJ45
720p/50, NTCS, PAL
Audio Interface
Line In/ Line Out, 3.5mm
Lens
20x, F4.42mm-88.5mm, F1.8-F2.8
Communication Interface
RS-232, RS485
Lens Zoom
20x, 16x Digital Zoom
Baud Rate
2400/4800/96000 bits
Field of View
60.7°
Power Supply Interface
Power Adapter (DC IN 12V)
Min Lux
0.5 Lux at F1.8, AGC ON
USB Interface
USB 2.0 (for firmware updates only)
Shutter Speed
1/25s - 1/10000s
SNR
≥55dB
Vertical Flip & Mirror
Supported
Horizontal Angle of View
60.7° - 3.36°
Vertical Angle of View
34.1° - 1.89°
Pan & Tilt Movement
Electrical Index
Power Consumption
12W
Input Voltage
12V DC (10.8 - 13.0V DC)
Physical Specifications
Pan Movement
±170°
Dimensions
5.59” x 6.65” x 6.93”
Tilt Rotation
-30°- +90°
Weight
3.3 lbs.
Presets
245 Presets
DATA SHEET PTZ Optics Specifications & Diagrams
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1. Audio LINE IN Interface
8. RS232 OUT Jack
2. Audio LINE OUT Interface 9. RJ45 Interface
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3. CVBS Interface
10. HDMI Interface
4. Dip Switches
11. HD-SDI Interface
5. System Select Switch
12. USB2.0
6. RS485 Jack
13. DC 12V Jack
7. RS232 IN jack
14. Power Switch
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0. Standby Button
Press this button to enter standby
mode. Press it again to enter normal
mode. (Note: Power consumption
in standby mode is approximately
half of the normal mode)
1. Position Buttons
To set preset or call preset
2. * Button
3. Set/Clear Preset Buttons
Set preset: Store a preset position
[SET PRESET] + Numeric button
(0-9): Setting a corresponding numeric
key preset positionClear preset:
Erase a preset position[CLEAR
PRESET]+ Numeric button (0-9)
Or: [*]+[#]+[CLEAR PRESET]:
Erase all the preset individually.
4. BLC (Backlight Compensation)
ButtonBLC ON/OFF: Press this button
to enable the backlight compensation.
Press it again to disable the backlight
compensation.(NOTE: Effective only
in auto exposure mode) Note: If a light
behind the subject, the subject will
become dark. In this case, press the
backlight ON / OFF button. To cancel
this function, press the backlight
ON / OFF button.
5. Focus Buttons
Used for focus adjustment.
Press [AUTO] adjust the focuses on
the center of the object automatically.
To adjust the focus manually, press
the [MANUAL] button, and adjust it
with [Focus+] (Focus on far object)
and [Focus−] (Focus on near object)
6. Camera Select Buttons
Press the button corresponding to
the camera you want to operate
with the remote controller.
7. # Button
8. Pan/Tilt Control Buttons
Press arrow buttons to perform
panning and tilting. Press [HOME]
button to face the camera back to front
9. Menu Setting
Menu button: Press this button
to enter or exit the OSD menu
10. Zoom Buttons
Zoom : Zoom In
Zoom : Zoom Out
11. Set Camera IR Address Buttons
[*]+[#]+[F1]: Address1
[*]+[#]+[F2]: Address2
[*]+[#]+[F3]: Address3
[*]+[#]+[F4]: Address4
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