Sony 3CCD COLOR BRC-300P user manual

User manual for the device Sony 3CCD COLOR BRC-300P

Device: Sony 3CCD COLOR BRC-300P
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Date of adding : 2013-12-30 15:08:21
Number of pages: 72
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3-854-212-18 (1)
3CCD Color
Video Camera
Operating Instructions
BRC-300/300P
© 2004 Sony Corporation

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provide reasonable protection against harmful Owner’s Record interference when the equipment is operated in a The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom. commercial environment. This equipment generates, Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your installed and used in accordance with the instruction Sony dealer regarding this product. manual, may cause harmful in

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FOCUS Menu .......................................................27 WHITE BALANCE Menu ..................................27 Table of Contents PAN TILT ZOOM Menu .....................................28 PICTURE Menu ...................................................29 Getting Started SYSTEM Menu ....................................................29 Precautions .............................................................5 ANALOG OUT Menu .........................................30 Phenomena Spe

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Connecting a Video Monitor, VTR, etc. Equipped with the S-Video Input Connector ................. 51 Connecting a Device Equipped with VISCA RS- 232C Connector ............................................. 51 Connecting a Device Equipped with VISCA RS- 422 Connector ................................................ 52 Connecting a Video Monitor Equipped with Analog RGB/Component Connectors ............ 53 Connecting a VTR Equipped with SDI Input Connector ......................................

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Getting Started Getting Started Phenomena Specific to CCD Image Sensors The following phenomena that may appear in images are Precautions specific to CCD (Charge Coupled Device) image sensors. They do not indicate malfunctions. Operating or storage location White flecks Operating or storing the camera in the following Although the CCD image sensors are produced with locations may cause damage to the camera: high-precision technologies, fine white flecks may be • Extremely hot or cold place

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Overview Built-in interface card slot Overview The camera is equipped with an interface card slot for the optional BRBK-301 Analog RGB Component Card, BRBK-302 SDI Card or BRBK-303 Optical Multiplex Card. Use of these interface cards gives the camera the capability of having various image output formats. Features Long-distance image transmission and Compact, 3CCD video camera with built- pan/tilt/zoom control in pan/tilt/zoom functions  Combined use of the BRBK-303 Optical Multiplex  Th

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Overview European model System Components In order to support multiple system configurations, a variety of optional products are available for the BRC- 300/300P 3CCD Color Video Camera. This section introduces these optional products as well as the accessories supplied with the camera. Supplied Components and Remote commander (1) Accessories Before using the camera, make sure you have the following components and accessories supplied. Camera (1) Two R6 (size AA) batteries are not supplied.

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Overview Screw +M3 × 8 (7) BRU-300/300P Optical Multiplex Unit RS-422 connector plug (1) The optical multiplex unit allows a connection up to of 500 m (1,640 feet) using the CCFC-M100 2-core optical fiber cable. Supplied accessories: AC power cord (1), RS-232C Operating Instructions (1) connecting cable (3 m) (1), RS-422 connector plug (1) Optional Products CCFC-M100 Optical Fiber Cable RM-BR300 Remote Control Unit The joystick of the remote control unit allows you This is a 2-core multi

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Overview BRBK-302 SDI Card Insert the card into the camera or the Optical Multiplex Unit to allow output of a signal conforming to SMPTE259M serial digital interface standards. BRBK-303 Optical Multiplex Card Insert the card into the camera to allow high-bit multiplex transfer via optical fiber (video, external video sync and control signals). Video Switcher (commercially available) It switches the video signal input of multiple cameras. 9 System Components

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Overview System Configuration The BRC-300/300P 3CCD Color Video Camera has various system configuration capabilities using optional products. This section describes six typical system examples with the required components and the main usage of each system. Operating a BRC-300/300P Camera Using the Supplied Remote Commander This system allows you: To operate the camera readily from a short distance System configuration BRC-300/300P Video monitor, VTR, etc. Remote Commander Video signal (supplie

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Overview Operating Multiple BRC-300/300P Cameras Using the RM-BR300 Remote Control Unit This system allows you:  To operate up to seven cameras remotely using a single Remote Control Unit  To perform pan/tilt and zoom operations comfortably using the joystick System configuration BRC-300/300P Video monitor, VTR, etc. BRC-300/300P Video switcher BRC-300/300P RM-BR300 Remote Control Unit Video signal Remote control (VISCA) signal Tally/contact signal Signal flow , 11 Syst

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Overview Operating a BRC-300/300P Camera from a Long Distance This system allows you:  To operate the camera remotely from a distance up to 500 m (1,640 feet)  To perform pan/tilt and zoom operations comfortably using the joystick  To transmit the video signal and control signal of the camera to a distant place using the Optical Fiber Cable System configuration Video monitor, VTR, etc. BRC-300/300P CCFC-M100 Optical Fiber Cable BRU-300/300P Optical Multiplex Unit BRBK-303 Optical Multiplex

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Overview Operating Multiple BRC-300/300P Cameras from a Long Distance This system allows you:  To operate up to seven cameras remotely from a distance up to 500 m (1,640 feet)  To perform pan/tilt and zoom operations comfortably using the joystick  To transmit the video signal and control signal of the cameras to a distant place using the Optical Fiber Cable System configuration BRC-300/300P Video monitor, VTR, etc. BRU-300/300P Optical Multiplex CCFC-M100 Optical Fiber Cable BRBK-303 Opti

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Overview Using BRC-300/300P Cameras and VISCA-controllable Cameras in the Same System This system allows you:  To operate up to seven cameras supporting the VISCA protocol such as EVI-D30/D30P, EVI-D70/D70P and EVI- D100/D100P remotely using a single RM-BR300 Remote Control Unit  To perform pan/tilt and zoom operations comfortably using the joystick  To control the BRC-300/300P cameras remotely from a distance up to 500 m (1,640 feet) by transmitting the video signal and control signal usin

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Overview POWER IR STANDBY R Rear Location and Function of Parts 678 9 Camera Front 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 1 2 3 OFF ON 75 IR SELECT VISCA RS-422 ! DC IN EXT SYNC IN VIDEO S VIDEO IN VISCA RS-232C OUT 12V 0qaqsqdqf qgqh F 75-ohm termination switch This switch is used when an external sync signal is used. Set it to OFF when this camera is in the middle of a daisy chain connection of multiple cameras. Set it to ON when the camera is at the end of a daisy chain connection. 45 G IR SELECT swi

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Overview M VISCA RS-232C IN connector Setting of the BOTTOM switches Connect to the RM-BR300 Remote Control Unit (not supplied). When you connect multiple 1 cameras, connect it to the VISCA RS-232C OUT 2 connector of the previous camera in the daisy chain 1 O N 2 3 connection. 3 4 4 N VISCA RS-232C OUT connector 1 O N 2 3 5 4 When you connect multiple cameras, connect it to the VISCA RS-232C IN connector of the next camera in the daisy chain connection. 1 Switch 1 (No Connection) O DC IN

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Overview C DATA SCREEN button Remote Commander (supplied) Press this button to display the main menu. Press it again to turn off the menu. If you press the button when a lower-level menu is selected, the display goes back to a higher-level menu. POWER 6 CAMERA SELECT Note 1 23 1 FOCUS Pan/tilt and zoom operations are disabled when the AUTO MANUAL FAR NEAR 2 menu is displayed. DATA SCREEN BACK LIGHT 7 3 STD REV D PAN-TILT buttons 12 3 Press the arrow buttons to perform panning and 45 6 8 P

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Overview B VALUE/R control Installing batteries When the brightness adjustment mode is selected with the MODE button (with the VALUE indicator lit), this control adjusts the value of the item (SHUTTER or IRIS) selected with the menu of the camera. When the white balance adjustment mode is selected with the MODE button (with the R indicator lit), this control adjusts the R. GAIN (red Two R6 (size AA) gain). batteries (not supplied) When the VALUE indicator is lit, the function of the con

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Overview H RESET button When you press the button on the top of the joystick Hold down this button and press POSITION button for one or two seconds with or without the menu 1 to 6, and the memory of the camera corresponding displayed, the pan/tilt/zoom are reset and the to the pressed POSITION button is cleared to the camera returns to the front. factory-preset conditions. When multiple cameras are connected, hold down When the menu of the camera is displayed this button and press the POWER b

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Overview Rear/Bottom Y TALLY/CONTACT selector Select the function of the TALLY/CONTACT connector. TALLY: The tally lamp of the camera selected with the connected switcher lights. CONTACT: The contact output corresponding to the camera address selected with the Remote Control Unit is short-circuited against the MODE RS-232C RS-422 TALLY/CONTACT CONTACT(TALLY)! ON/OFF VISCA TALLY connected switcher. 1919 CONTACT DC IN 12V CONTACT (TALLY): The contact output corresponding to the camera add


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