KC-1100-MK2_Manual_Nov2015

KC-1100-MK2_Manual_Nov2015
Instruction Manual
Falcon Eye KC-1100MK2
Komamura Corporation
Table of contents
1. Safety Notice ..................................................................................................................... 3
2. Precautions ........................................................................................................................ 3
3. Introduction ....................................................................................................................... 5
4. Features ............................................................................................................................. 5
5. Names and Functions of Parts ......................................................................................... 6
6. Operation ........................................................................................................................... 8
6-1 User setup.................................................................................................................... 8
6-2 Names and functions of setup buttons ...................................................................... 8
6-3 Structure of setup mode ............................................................................................. 8
6-4 Contents of MAIN MENU .......................................................................................... 8
7. ALC Explanatory Diagram............................................................................................. 23
8. Menu Structure ............................................................................................................... 25
9. Specifications................................................................................................................... 29
10. Dimensions .................................................................................................................. 31
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1.Safety Notice
! WARNING
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Mount the unit on the firm place.
Tighten the unit and camera with screws firmly.
If the screws are loosened, the unit may fall resulting in injury.
Use at correct power supply and voltage.
The rated input voltage of this unit is DC12 V. Supplying a power beyond the
rated value may cause damage on the unit, and it emits smoke or causes fire
in the worst case. Use only specified AC adaptor supplied with this unit.
This unit is able to divert lightning conduction to itself and the connecting cables
at a certain level, but this is not 100 % guaranteed. For installation locations
subject to lightning strikes, make sure to apply lightning induction to the
connecting cables.
! CAUTION
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Avoid touching the unit's sharp metal edge to prevent injury.
2.Precautions
Maintenance and operating environment
● The unit is intended for indoor use only. Do not use the unit outdoor.
● Avoid operating or storing the product in the following locations, as these can be
a cause of a malfunctions or failure.
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Extremely hot or cold places (Operating temperature: -10 °C to +50 °C [14 °F to 122 °F])
Extremely humid places (Operating humidity: 35%RH to 90%RH, without condensation)
Close to sources of strong magnetic fields, such as transmitters or motors
Close to sources of powerful radio waves, such as transceivers or cellular phones.
Locations near the high-voltage wires or railroad.
Extremely dusty or sandy locations
Locations subject to strong vibration or shock, such as inside vehicles or ships
Locations exposed to rain or condensation, such as window side.
Locations subject to steam or oil, such as kitchens.
Special environment, such as in combustible atmosphere
Locations emit radiation, X-rays, salt attack or corrosive gases
Locations where medicine water is used, such as swimming pools and hot springs.
To prevent heat buildup, do not block air circulation around the unit. The unit discharges heat
from the surface (side) of the main unit. Do not install it close to walls.
Disclaimer
● We will not be responsible for any inconveniences or disturbances caused in the
event of privacy invasion as a result of camera footages of this product.
● Before starting an important recording, make sure to take a test recording in
order to confirm a normal recording possible.
● We do not accept liability for the damage of recording or storing image and/or
the missing opportunity of recording in the case caused by a problem of the unit.
Transportation
● Always turn off the power when transporting.
● Handle the unit with care and avoid heavy shock or vibration.
Care of the unit
Remove dust or dirt on the surface of the lens with a blower (commercially
available). Do not use a spray type blower to clean the lens.
into a lens and eventually cause internal fog.
Liquid will seep
Phenomena specific to CMOS image sensors
● The following phenomena that may appear in images are specific to CMOS
(complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) image sensors. They do not
indicate malfunctions.
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White flecks
Although the CMOS image sensors are produced with high-precision technologies, fine
white flecks may be generated on the screen in rare cases, caused by cosmic rays, etc.
This is related to the principle of CMOS image sensors and is not a malfunction. The
white flecks especially tend to be seen in the following cases:
- When operating at a high environmental temperature
- When you have raised the master gain (sensitivity)
Aliasing
When fine patterns, stripes, or lines are shot, they may appear jagged or flicker.
3. Introduction
This product is a single panel color camera of ultra-high sensitivity, equipped with
a 2.2 million pixel, 2/3 type CMOS sensor, and is ideal for nighttime and low-light
surveillance around international boarders and ports, and for other specialized
applications.
4. Features
・Enables color imaging with high sensitivity under low-light conditions, down to
0.005 lx.
・Maintains excellent SN ratio even at high-gain settings, with the original 2D/3D
noise reduction function.
・Delivers sharp images even in foggy conditions, with the original de-fog
Function.
・Capable of establishing an advanced surveillance system with the RS-485
communication function.
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5. Names and Functions of Parts
④
①
②
③
⑥
⑤
⑬
⑫
⑦
⑧
⑨ ⑩ ⑪
字
⑭
⑳
⑮
⑯
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⑲
⑱
⑰
Names and Functions
Functions
No.
①
Name
Lens Mount(CS
Function
Mount lens here. Various CS mount lenses can be accommodated.
mount)
②
Flange Back Adjuster
The flange back (distance from the lens mounting surface to the
imaging plane) is adjusted.
③
Flange Back Locking
Secure by tightening after adjusting the flange back of the camera.
Screw
④
Auto Iris Connector
Connector for an auto iris lens. Only compatible with DC auto iris.
⑤
Tripod Socket
Socket for securing onto a tripod etc.
Use 1/4"-20 UNC screws with length of 5.5 mm or less.
⑥
Securing Hole
Can be used to prevent rotation.
⑦-
Setup Function
Refer to: 6. Operation (⇒P. 9).
⑪
Switches
⑫
RS-485
/ Day/Night Switching
Terminal Block
Used to connect the RS-485
or to remote control the
day/night switching.
1 2 - + GND
⑬
RS-485 Terminal Switch
During RS-485 communication, for one-to-one control, switch "on",
and for daisy-chain connection, turn "off".
(last connection device is ON)
⑭
DC 12 V Connection
Input DC 12 V.
Terminal Block
Be aware of each polarity.
- +
⑮
Power Indicator
Green LED light is lit while the camera is turned on.
⑯
HD-SDI Output
Image output terminal for HD-SDI.
Terminal
⑰
SD Output Terminal
Analog image output terminal for SD VIDEO.
⑱
Genlock IN
External synchronization input terminal. Input VBS, BBS, or VS
signal for external synchronization.
⑲
Genlock IN
Whilst Genlock is in use, when looping a signal using a T-
Terminal Switch
connecter, turn this switch OFF.
Usually, this should be ON.
⑳
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RESET button
By pressing this button, the device will return to the state when
the power was turned on.
6. Operation
6-1 User setu
setup
Setup menu can be set on the OSD display.
6-2 Names
Names and functions of setup
setup buttons
Operated with 5 push buttons (figure on the right)
on the back of the camera.
Name
Sign
U
Up Switch
D
Down Switch
L
Left Switch
R
Right Switch
E
Enter Switch
Function
Selection of setup items (vertical direction)
Changing of setup contents (horizontal direction)
Entry to / exit from setup mode
Determination and execution of setup
6-3 Structure of setup
setup mode
The setup menu consists of 5 pages of MAIN MENU.
6-4 Contents of MAIN MENU
MAIN MENU will appear after holding down the E button for 2 seconds or longer.
Various settings for the camera operation are now available. The flashing text area
indicates selection items. To turn to the next page, select PAGE and press the R
button. To go back to the previous page, press the L button.
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6-4-1 MAIN MENU
PAGE 1/5
MAIN MENU
(PAGE 1/5)
SENSE UP
MOVE
SHUTTER
x16
BLC MODE
OFF
ALC LEVEL
↓
x1
L****I****H
GAIN
HYP-AGC
WHITE BAL
ATW1
DNR
HIGH
MENU
LOCK
EXIT
OFF
CANCEL
↓
RESET
6-4-1-1 SENSE
SENSE (Sensitivity) UP
(1) GAIN will be set automatically on AGC (Auto Gain Control) when anything other
than OFF or MANUAL is selected.
It can also be switched to HYP-AGC (Hyper Auto Gain Control).
① OFF
Electronic sensitivity UP will not function.
② S/N
Signal Noise priority mode. Used for photographing of a subject with less
motion.
Maximum GAIN: +15 dB, up to +21 dB on HYP-AGC
③ STD (Standard)
Used when photographing by suppressing both blurring and roughness of the
screen.
Maximum GAIN: +36 dB, +up to 42 dB on HYP-AGC
④ MOVE
Move priority mode.
Maximum GAIN: +54 dB, up to +72 dB on HYP-AGC
⑤ MANUAL
Setting for fixed magnification. Required magnification can be set in the
SHUTTER item.
(2) After selecting the above modes, the sub-menu SENSE UP will be activated by
pressing the E button. Now, setting for 4 patterns of ALC (Auto Level Control),
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setting for DAY/NIGHT, and setting for ON/OFF of FLICKER LESS function can be
made.
(3) Setting for ALC (Auto Level Control)
4 patterns can be set by combinations of BASED SHUTTER (OFF / Set Value) and
HS-SHT LIMIT (OFF / Set Value). Refer to 7. ALC explanatory diagram (P. 23-24)
for details.
① BASED SHUTTER : OFF
HS-SHT LIMIT : OFF
Normal mode.
② BASED SHUTTER : Set Value HS-SHT LIMIT : OFF
The shutter speed becomes slower according to a reduction of incoming light
volume. When the shutter speed comes to the BASED SHUTTER set value, it
is fixed and the Lens-Iris moves toward the opening direction. The shutter will
head to 1/30 at full opening. Gain will follow after the shutter value enters
1/30. The frame accumulation mode is entered when Gain becomes maximum,
and electronic sensitivity is increased up to 16 times maximum.
③ BASED SHUTTER : OFF
HS-SHT LIMIT : Set Value
The shutter speed becomes slower according to a reduction of incoming light
volume. Once HS-SHT LIM set value has been reached, the shutter speed is
fixed and remains unchanged (will not become slower than the set value). The
Lens-Iris moves toward the opening direction.
Gain will follow after full
opening, and Gain becomes maximum.
④ BASED SHUTTER : Set Value
HS-SHT LIMIT : Set Value
The shutter speed becomes slower according to a reduction of incoming light
volume. When the shutter speed comes to the BASED SHUTTER set value, it
is fixed and the Lens-Iris moves toward the opening direction. The shutter will
head to the HS-SHT LIM value at full opening. Once the shutter value has
reached the HS-SHT LIM value, the shutter speed is fixed and remains
unchanged (will not become slower than the set value). After that, Gain will
follow, and Gain becomes maximum.
(4) Setting for DAY/NIGHT
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① COLOR
Outputs color images (with IR cut) at all times.
② B/W
Outputs monochrome images (without IR cut) at all times.
③ AUTO
Automatically switches to color images of high quality during daytime and
black-and-white images of high sensitivity at night.
GAIN setting in this mode is either AGC or HYP-AGC.
After selecting this mode, SWITCH LEVEL (switching brightness level) can be
set by pressing the E button.
LEVEL setting Switchable to any one of the following brightness levels
DARK
The switching brightness level is dark.
MID
The switching brightness level is in between DARK an
BRIGHT.
BRIGHT
The switching brightness level is bright.
MANUAL Switching brightness level is set manually.
MANUAL setting When LEVEL is set at MANUAL, the following settings can
be performed.
COLOR⇒B/W
Set the brightness to be switched from day to night.
B/W⇒COLOR
Set the brightness to be switched from night to day.
④ REMOTE
Switchable between DAY/NIGHT modes by external operation.
Names and Functions of Parts ⑫ RS-485 / Day/night switching terminal block
1-2
can set B/W COLOR by short circuit or open.
Short circuit and Open statuses change as below, by IR TRIG.POL setting on
MAIN MENU (PAGE 4/5)
RS-485/ Day/night switching terminal
block 1-2
IR TRIG POL.
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Short Circuit
Open
BRAKE
COLOR
B/W
MAKE
B/W
COLOR
(5) FLICKER LESS
① OFF
Normal mode.
② ON
Fixes SHUTTER at 1/100 when flicker is in the way under a florescent
lamp.
6-4-1-2 SHUTTER
(1) Available when SENSE UP=OFF.
High shutter speed can be selected by using the L and R buttons.
OFF(1/30 or 1/25), 1/50, 1/60, 1/100, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000,
1/4000, 1/10000
(2) When SENSE UP=S/N, STD, MOVE, or MANUAL
Electronic sensitivity increase ratio can be selected by using the L and R buttons.
x1, x2, x4, x8, x16
*Note on the MENU display
Two forms of increase ratios will be displayed next to SHUTTER.
SHUTTER
x16
The increase ratio set as above
x1
Actual sensitivity increase ratio
As above, it is likely that the amount of light is sufficient when the actual increase
ratio is lower than the set increase ratio.
When SENSE UP = MANUAL is selected, the same value will be displayed.
6-4-1-3 BLC (Backl
(Backlight Control) MODE
Backlight correction can be selected by using the L and R buttons.
(1) OFF
Normal mode.
(2) ON
Can perform backlight correction.
(3) SPOT
Select the photometry area.
When entering SPOT SET, grids of 9 × 5 appear on the display.
By moving the cursor using the U, D, L, and R buttons, press the E button
at the required position to fill in the grid. The area filled in is excluded
from photometry.
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Note that in this setting, even when an n-fold display is selected in 6-43-2 ZOOM (MAIN MENU PAGE 3/5), the zoom level forcibly becomes 1.0,
and returns to the original n-fold display after the setting is completed.
6-4-1-4 ALC LEVEL
Adjust the convergence value for automatic exposure using the L and R buttons.
Moving the marker to the right will enhance the brightness.
Adjust to the
appropriate position while looking at the actual image.
6-4-1-5 GAIN
GAIN can be selected by using the L and R buttons.
*When SENSE UP is on either S/N, STD, or MOVE, or when DAY/NIGHT setting
is on AUTO, the GAIN selection can only be (2) AGC and (3) HYP-AGC.
*When SENSE UP is on either OFF or MANUAL, and DAY/NIGHT setting is not
on AUTO, (1) MANUAL can be selected.
(1) MANUAL
GAIN is adjusted manually.
When the E button is pressed, the
adjustment screen will appear, and GAIN can be fixed at a value of 0 to
72 dB (0.3 dB steps).
(2) AGC (Auto Gain Control)
Sensitivity is automatically adjusted according to the brightness of the
scene.
(3) HYP-AGC (Hyper Auto Gain Control)
An automatic adjustment mode which has higher sensitivity than AGC.
Compared to AGC, it increases the sensitivity by +6 dB on S/N, +6 dB on
STD, and +18 dB on MOVE.
6-4-1-6 WHITE BAL
The mode for white balance can be switched using the L and R buttons.
(1) ATW 1 (Auto Tracking White Balance)
Automatically tracks and adjusts white balance.
(2) ATW 2
Automatically tracks and adjusts white balance.
Has wider color
temperature area than ATW 1, and also supports sodium lamp.
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However, compared to ATW 1, there is a possibility of color shifting.
(3) AWC (Auto White Balance Control)
For one push auto white balance control.
Align white balance by projecting the target achromatic (white, gray)
subject and pressing the E button.
(4) MANUAL
Preferred white balance is acquired by adjusting R GAIN and B GAIN.
6-4-1-7 DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
Select the effect of noise reduction using the L and R buttons
(1) OFF
Noise reduction will not operate
(2) LOW
Noise reduction operates on LOW
(3) HIGH
Noise reduction operates on HIGH
*Operation amount of noise reduction will work in proportion to the amount of AGC
GAIN.
When GAIN is low, the operation amount of noise reduction is small,
and when GAIN is high, the operation amount of noise reduction is large.
*When the GAIN is increased by selecting HIGH, an afterimage may occur under
the influence of 3D noise reduction.
6-4-1-8 MENU LOCK
There is a menu lock function to prevent the setup contents of the MENU being reset inadvertently.
(1) To lock
Set to ON using the E button.
(2) Operation
When locked, only EXIT is available, and the other operations will be
invalid.
(3) To unlock
Press the button in the order of U→L→D→R→U→D→E.
Start over again when mistake is made.
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6-4-1-9 EXIT,
EXIT, CANCEL,
CANCEL, RESET
(1) EXIT
Saves the setting and exits the menu.
(2) CANCEL
Returns to the previously saved setting.
(3) RESET
Resets setup contents to the original factory setting.
6-4-2
MAIN MENU PAGE 2/5
MAIN MENU
(PAGE 2/5)
DETAIL
L****I****H
CHROMA
L****I****H
BLACK
L****I****H
IRIS
LEVEL
SPEED
L****I****H
WDR MODE
OFF
FOG
OFF
GAMMA
0.45
COLOR MATRIX
SETUP
EXIT
CANCEL
↓
RESET
6-4-2-1 DETAIL
Adjust the contour emphasize level of the camera image using the L and R buttons.
6-4-2-2 CHROMA
Adjust the chroma level of the camera image using the L and R buttons.
6-4-2-3 BLACK LEVEL
Adjust the black level of the camera image using the L and R buttons.
6-4-2-4 IRIS SPEED
Adjust the control speed of the lens iris using the L and R buttons.
hunching occurs.
6-4-2-5 WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) MODE
Effective when photographing a scene with high contrast.
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Adjust if
(1) OFF
Normal mode.
(2) WDR
Displays by expanding the dark portion, and compressing the bright
portion.
(3) AUTO KNEE
Displays by compressing the bright portion.
(4) AUTO B STR (Black Stretch)
Displays by expanding the dark portion.
6-4-2-6 FOG
Even when the background and/or the contour of the subject are among fog, haze, or
smoke, as long as they are slightly visible, the function corrects the image by
providing contrast so that they become more visible.
Select the correction level using the L and R buttons.
(1) OFF
Normal mode (no correction).
(2) LOW
Low correction level.
(3) MID
Medium correction level.
(4) HIGH
High correction level.
6-4-2-7 GAMMA
Depending on the DISPLAY (monitor) being used, the gamma characteristics for the
camera can be selected.
( 0.45 / 0.75
/1 )
6-4-2-8 COLOR MATRIX
Adjusts hue and saturation of six axes: R, G, B, Ye, Cy, and Mg.
After selecting each color, the adjustment on HUE and SATURATION can be made
using the L and R buttons.
6-4-3 MAIN MENU PAGE 3/5
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MAIN MENU
(PAGE 3/5)
FLIP/MIRROR
NORMAL
ZOOM
L*I*******H
CAMERA ID
OFF
RS485 ID
1
P.MASK
OFF
RS485 BAUD
9600
VIDEO TEST
EXIT
LIVE
CANCEL
RESET
6-4-3-1 FLIP/MIRROR
Setting for reversing the image.
(1) NORMAL
Normal mode.
(2) FLIP
Flip the vertical direction.
(3) MIRROR
Flip the horizontal direction.
(4) FLIP & MIRROR
Flip the vertical and the horizontal directions.
6-4-3-2 ZOOM
Set the electronic zooming ratio.(x1, x1.1, x1.2, ——— x9.9, x10)
6-4-3-3 CAMERA ID
The camera ID will be displayed when the device is turned ON.
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When pressing the E button after turning the device ON, the screen below will
appear, and enters the edit mode.
By pressing the E button at the cursor position (flashing), the below procedure is
performed.
EDIT CAMERA ID
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV
①
WXYZ : () _ /+-. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
+++++++++++++++++++++++
②
③
DELATE
CLEAR
④
POSITION
EXIT
⑤
SPACE
RETURN
① The character is input when pressing the E button at the cursor
position.
② Displays the input character.
③ Changes the position of the character to input.
④ SPACE/ERASE/ERASE ALL
⑤ Set the display position.
After selecting ⑤POSITION, ID appears on DISPLAY when pressing the E
button. The re-positioning can be made by the U,D,L, and R buttons.
6-4-3-4 RSRS-485 ID
Set the camera number when controlled via RS-485.
6-4-3-5 P.MASK
Up to 8 different Privacy Masks can be individually set up.
(1) OFF
Privacy Mask will not be used.
(2) ON
Privacy Mask will be used.
Privacy Mask display screen will appear by pressing the E button.
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ON or OFF can be selected for each of MASKs 1 to 8.
The color of MASK can be selected from GRAY, WHITE, and BLACK.
Setup screen for positioning and sizing of MASK will appear when setting ON a selected
MASK and pressing the E button.
Move the cursor to the position to which you want the MASK to reposition,
then press the E button. The cursor display will change from normal flashing to bold
(blackened) flashing. In the above figure, the MOVE (= position) can be changed using
the U, D, L, and R buttons.
Furthermore, the arrow
(= size) can be changed using the U, D, L, and
R buttons.
To change the position for repositioning, press the E button, and the cursor
display will change from bold (blackened) flashing to normal flashing.
Then, move the MASK using the U, D, L, and R buttons.
6-4-3-6 RSRS-485 BAUD
Sets the baud rate to be used when control of the camera from a control equipment
(PC etc.) is performed via RS-485.
BAUD rate can be selected from 9600 / 19200 / 38400.
See the Communication Specifications (Attachment) for more information.
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6-4-3-7 VIDEO TEST
(1) LIVE
Normal state.
(2) GRAY SCALE
(3) COLOR BAR
(4) CROSS LINE
6-4-4 MAIN MENU PAGE 4/5
MAIN MENU
SDI
(PAGE 4/5)
FORMAT
1080I/59.94
SDTV FORMAT
NTSC-J
SDTV ASPECT
SIDE CUT
SDTV C. BURST
ON
IR TRIG
MAKE
POL.
GENLOCK
EXIT
OFF
CANCEL
RESET
6-4-4-1 SDI (Serial Digital Interface) FORMAT
Select signal format for HD output.
By setting to EXIT after selecting a format, the camera will start rebooting, and the
format will change.
Image is not output while reboot is operating.
6-4-4-2 SDTV (Standard Definition Television) FORMAT
(1) NTSC (National Television System Committee)-J
For Japan
PEDESTAL: 0 IRE
(2) NTSC-M
For USA and other NTSC areas.
PEDESTAL: 7.5 IRE
6-4-4-3 SDTV ASPECT
(1) LETTER BOX
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While maintaining the aspect ratio, the entire image is displayed, with
black bands added above and below.
(2) SIDE CUT
While maintaining the aspect ratio, the left and right sides of the image
are cut off, and only the middle portion is displayed.
(3) SQUEEZE
The entire image is displayed, resized in a horizontal direction.
6-4-4-4 SDTV C.BURST
Select ON/OFF of burst signal during black and white.
(1) OFF
Burst signal will not be added.
(2) ON
Burst signal will be added.
6-4-4-5 IR TRIG POL
Can set the polarity of the connection point of RS-485 / Day/Night Switching Terminal
Block 1-2 when REMOTE is selected in Setting for DAY/NIGHT of SENSE UP, MAIN
MENU (PAGE 1/4).
Refer to the above for details.
6-4-4-6 GENLOCK
When inputting external synchronization signal, by turning GENLOCK ON, H phase
adjustment can be made using the L and R buttons.
6-4-5 MAIN MENU PAGE 5/5
MAIN MENU
MAIN VERSION
0.00
FIRM
106
VERSION
FPGA VERSION
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(PAGE 5/5)
EXIT
601F
CANCEL
RESET
6-4-5-1 MODEL NAME & VERSION INFORMATION
(1) MAIN VERSION
(2) FIRM VERSION
(3) FPGA VERSION
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7. ALC Explanatory Diagram
① BASED SHUTTER : OFF
HS-SHT LIMIT : OFF
Dark
Bright
Lens
Iris
closed
Full opened
Electronic
High-speed
Exposure time
1/30sec
Sensitivity Up
Shutter
Gain max.
0dB
Gain
②
BASED SHUTTER : Set Value
HS-SHT LIMIT : OFF
Dark
Bright
closed
Lens
Iris
Full
Electronic
High-speed Shutter
Exposure time
BASED SHUTTER : Set
Gain
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0dB
1/30sec
Sensitivity Up
Gain max.
③ BASED SHUTTER : OFF
HS-SHT LIMIT : Set Value
When the HS-SHT LIMIT is set, a set value is fixed, and the shutter will not
enter the low-speed side thereafter.
Dark
Bright
Lens
closed
Iris
Full opened
Exposure time
HSHS-SHT LIM :Set Value
Gain max.
0dB
Gain
④ BASED SHUTTER : Set Value
HS-SHT LIMIT : Set Value
When the HS-SHT LIMIT is set, a set value is fixed, and the shutter will not
enter the low-speed side thereafter.
Dark
Bright
closed
Lens
Iris
Full opened
Exposure time
BASED SHUTTER :Set Value
Gain
24
0dB
HSHS-SHT LIM :Set Value
Gain max.
8. Menu Structure
8-1 MAIN MENU
PAGE
1/5
SENSE UP
MANUAL
DAY / NIGHT
COLOR
S/N
B/W
STD
AUTO
MOVE
REMOTE
OFF
FLICKER LESS
OFF
ON
SWITCH LEVEL
DARK
MID
BRIGHT
MANUAL
COLOR⇒B/W
B/W⇒COLOR
SHUTTER
OFF, 1/50, 1/60,
1/100, 1/125, 1/250,
1/500 , 1/1000,
1/2000, 1/4000,
1/10000
x1, x2, x4, x8, x16,
BLC MODE
OFF
ON
SPOT
ALC LEVEL
L****I****H
GAIN
MANUAL
AGC
HYP-AGC
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FIXED GAIN
WHITE BAL.
ATW1
ATW2
AWC
PUSH
MANUAL
RED
GAIN
BLUE GAIN
DNR
OFF
LOW
HIGH
MENU LOCK
PAGE
2/5
DETAIL
L****I****H
CHROMA
L****I****H
BLACK LEVEL
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IRIS
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SPEED
WDR MODE
OFF
WDR
AUTO KNEE
AUTO B.STR
FOG
OFF
ON
GAMMA
0.45
0.75
1
COLOR MATRIX
SET UP
RED
HUE
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SATURATION
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GREEN
HUE
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SATURATION
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BLUE
HUE
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SATURATION
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YELLOW
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HUE
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SATURATION
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CYAN
HUE
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SATURATION
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MAGENTA
HUE
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SATURATION
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FLIP/MIRROR
NORMAL
FLIP
MIRROR
FLIP&MIRROR
x1, x1.1, x1.2, ・・・
ZOOM
x9.9, x10
CAMERA ID
OFF
ON
ABCD…….STV
WXYZ…….789
RS485
ID
P. MASK
1,2,…..207
OFF
ON
MASK1
OFF
MASK2
ON
MASK3
MASK4
MASK5
MASK6
MASK7
MASK8
PRINT
GRAY
WHITE
BLACK
RS485
BAUD
9600
19200
38400
VIDEO TEST
LIVE
GRAY SCALE
COLOR BAR
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CROSS LINE
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SDI FORMAT
1080I/59.94
1080P/30.00
1080P/29.97
720P/60.00
720P/59.94
720P/30.00
720P/29.97
1080I/50.00
1080P/25.00
720P/50.00
720P/25.00
SDTV FORMAT
NTSC-J
NTSC-M
SDTV ASPECT
LETTER BOX
SIDE CUT
SQUEEZE
SDTV C. BURST
OFF
ON
IR TRIG POL
BRAKE
MAKE
GENLOCK
OFF
ON
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MODEL NAME
MAIN
VERSION
FIRM VERSION
FPGA VERSION
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9. Specifications
■Camera Unit
Image Sensor
Total Pixels
Valid Pixels
Pixel Size
Optical Size
Scanning System
Sensitivity
Minimum
Illumination
Horizontal Resolution
S/N Ratio
Lens Mount
Lens Control
Image
Control
Quality
Single Panel CMOS/ RGB Bayer Array
Approximately 2,600,000 pixels 2270 (H) × 1144 (V)
Approximately 2,200,000 pixels 1974 (H) × 1100 (V)
5 μm (H) × 5 μm (V)
2/3 type
Progressive
F11 2000 lx
0.005 lx(1/30, 50 IRE, +72 dB)
900 TV lines
50 dB or above(γ = 1, Contour Correction OFF)
CS Mount
4 pin DC iris control
Electronic
Sensitivity Up
GAIN
Electronic Shutter
Backlight
Correction
Gamma Correction
DNR
White Balance
WDR MODE
Electronic Zoom
Image Reversal
Privacy Mask
Test Pattern
Operation
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OFF / AUTO(S/N, STD, MOVE)/ MANUAL
x1, x2, x4, x8, x16
AUTO:AGC / HYPER-AGC
MANUAL: 0 dB to 72 dB
OFF, 1/50,1/60,1/100, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500,
1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10000 sec.
9x5 area selection
0.45 / 0.75 / 1
OFF, LOW, HIGH
ATW1 / ATW2 / AWC / MANUAL
OFF / WDR / AUTO KNEE / AUTO BLACK
STRETCH
De Fog
OFF / LOW / MID / HIGH
COLOR MATRIX
R/G/B/Ye/Cy/Mg SIX-AXIS ADJUSTMENT
Others
DETAIL / CHROMA / BLACK LEVEL
x1, x1.1,x1.2, ・・・・・x9.9, x10
Mirror/Flip/Mirror Flip
8 Masks in GRAY/WHITE/BLACK
Color Bar, Gray Scale, Cross Line built in
By OSD display
■Interface
Image
Output
Terminal
Synchronization
Signal Input Terminal
Serial Port
Contact Input
Video Output
HD-SDI (BNC)×1
Composite Video (VBS) (BNC)×1
External Synchronization Input (VBS/3 sync) BNC×1
RS-485
IR cut filter switch
HD-SDI
Composite Video
■General
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Operational
Temperature/Humidi
ty Range
Storage
Temperature/Humidi
ty Range
Measurement
Weight
1080I/59.94, 1080P/30.00, 1080P/29.97,
720P/60.00,
720P/59.94,
720P/30.00,
720P/29.97,
1080I/50.00,
1080P/25.00,
720P/50.00, 720P/25.00
NTSC, PAL Down Convert
LETTER BOX / SIDE CUT / SQUEEZE
DC 12 V ±10%
(Ripple 50mVp-p or less)
7W
-10 to 50°C / 35 to 90%
-20 to 60°C / 20 to 90%
78.0 (W)×66.0 (H)×139.0 (D)mm Excluding protrusions
650 g
● The specifications and/or appearance of the product are subject to change
without prior notice.
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10. Dimensions
81
152
78
66
139
1
58
35
6
CS-Mount screw
44 5
4
32
31
14
25
50
1/4-20UNC
WARRANTY CARD
(LIMITED WARRANTY)
IMPORTANT : TO BE VALID, THE DEALER’S RECEIPT MUST BE ATTANCHED TO THIS
WARRANTY CARD.
Product Name:
KC1100MK2
Owner’s Name and Address:
Date of Purchase:
All new products have been thoroughly tested and inspected prior to shipment. This
product is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one
(1) year from date of purchase. If this product fails to perform to its specifications during
this period, it will be repaired or replaced FREE OF CHARGE at our option.
This Warranty does not cover damage resulting from accident, misuse, neglect or
importer service or maintenance. Use of unauthorized service, replacement parts or
attachments will void this Warranty. Misuse includes any use of this product in other
than its intended applications.
No responsibility is assumed for any special, incidental or consequential damages. No
other Warranty, written, oral or implied, is assumed or authorized. The liability of
KOMAMURA COPPORATION hereunder is expressly limited to a claim for a repair or
replacement for the goods sold or as otherwise started herein.
KOMAMURA COROPRATION
3-2-4 Nihonbashi Ningyo-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0013 Japan
KC-1100MK2 Instruction Manual
2014/09/11
Komamura Corporation
3-2-4 Nihonbashi-Ningyo-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0013
http://www.falconeyecnv.com/
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