Sony FCB-PV480 user manual

User manual for the device Sony FCB-PV480

Device: Sony FCB-PV480
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Date of adding : 2014-07-07 15:08:57
Number of pages: 63
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A-CED-100-21(1)
Color Camera Module
Technical Manual
FCB-PV480
 2006 Sony Corporation

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Table of Contents Features ..................................................................... 3 Precautions ................................................................ 4 Locations of Controls ............................................... 5 Basic Functions......................................................... 6 Overview of Functions ................................................ 6 Eclipse ...................................................................... 28 Spectral Sensitivity

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Overview Features • The FCB camera is equipped with a CCD which adopts the all-pixel read-out method for all 330,000 effective picture elements “progressive scan” and the primary color filter, enabling use of square pixels. The adoption of this type of CCD enables the high resolution and high color reproduction of this camera. Thus, this is an ideal camera for use in capturing digital images. •18× optical zoom. •Digital data output, supporting three output modes. – 16-bit PS output mode, 8-bit P

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Overview Precautions In case of abnormal operation, contact your authorized Software Sony dealer or the store where you purchased the Use of the demonstration software developed by Sony product. Corporation or use of the software with customer developed application software may damage hardware, the application program or the camera. Sony Phenomena specific to CCD image Corporation is not liable for any damages under these sensors conditions. The following phenomena that may appear in images are

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Locations of Controls Front Left side Bottom Rear 1 Lens 6 TELE button 9 Tripod screw holes 2 CN702 connector 7 WIDE button When a tripod is used, please use 13 10 mm ( /32 in.) screws to attach it 3 CN701 connector 8 S501 Switch to the camera. Also, please be 4 CN501 connector Used to change the output mode sure to attach the tripod securely. between 16-bit and 8-bit output 5 CN403 connector modes. (for key switch) 5

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Basic Functions Basic Functions Commands Overview of Functions • Power On/Off Powers the camera on and off. When the power is off, VISCA commands are the basis of camera control. the camera is able to accept only the lowest level of VISCA Commands; the display and other features are turned off. Timing Chart • I/F clear As VISCA Command processing can only be carried Clears the Command buffer of the FCB camera. out one time in a Vertical cycle, it takes the maximum Clearing the buffer can also be

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Basic Functions AF sensitivity can be set to either Normal or LOW. Zoom - Normal The FCB camera employs an 18× optical zoom lens. Reaches the highest focus speed quickly. Use this when shooting a subject that moves frequently. Lens specifications: Optical 18×, f = 4.1 to 73.8 mm Usually, this is the most appropriate mode. (F1.4 to F3.0) - LOW Improves the stability of the focus. When the The horizontal angle of view is approximately 48 lighting level is low, the AF function does not take degrees

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Basic Functions • Iris Priority White Balance Variable Iris (F1.4 to Close, 18 steps), Auto Gain and White Balance has the following modes, all of which Shutter speed. can be set using VISCA Commands. • Manual • Auto White Balance Variable Shutter, Iris and Gain. Auto white balance obtains the proper color • Bright reproduction by automatically adjusting white Variable Iris and Gain (Close to F1.6, 17 steps at balance to ensure a white object always looks white. 0 dB: F1.4, 15 steps from 0 to 28

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Basic Functions AE – Iris Priority Data Iris Gain Data Iris Gain The iris can be set freely by the user to 18 steps 1F F1.4 28 dB 0F F2.0 0 dB between F1.4 and Close. 1E F1.4 26 dB 0E F2.4 0 dB The gain and shutter speed are set automatically 1D F1.4 24 dB 0D F2.8 0 dB according to the brightness of the subject. 1C F1.4 22 dB 0C F3.4 0 dB Data Setting value Data Setting value 1B F1.4 20 dB 0B F4.0 0 dB 11 F1.4 08 F6.8 1A F1.4 18 dB 0A F4.8 0 dB 10 F1.6 07 F8.0 19 F1.4 16 dB 09 F5.6 0 dB 0F F2.0

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Basic Functions Exposure Compensation Auto ICR Mode Exposure compensation is a function which offsets the Auto ICR Mode automatically switches the setting internal reference brightness level used in the AE needed for attaching or removing the IR Cut Filter. mode by steps of 1.5 dB. With a pre-set level of darkness, the IR Cut Filter is automatically disabled (ICR ON), and the infrared Data Step Setting value sensitivity is increased. With a pre-set level of 0E 7 10.5 dB brightness, the IR Cut Fi

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Basic Functions When ICR is ON Camera ID There are threshold levels at which ICR is switched from ON to OFF. Usually, the 1st threshold level is The ID can be set up to 65,536 (0000 to FFFF). As this used to switch ICR from ON to OFF. will be memorized in the nonvolatile memory inside The following figure shows the process by which ICR the camera, data will be saved regardless of whether it is switched from ON to OFF. has been backed up. Automatic ICR ON/OFF process Effect It consists of the fol

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Basic Functions Memory (Position Preset) Digital Image Output Modes Using the position preset function, 6 sets of camera Three kinds of digital image output modes are shooting conditions can be stored and recalled. available. Also, 30 fps and 25 fps modes are available This function allows you to achieve the desired status for each of these digital image output modes. In total, instantly even without adjusting the following items six digital image output modes are supported. each time: I/F mode

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Basic Functions Title Display The camera can be given a title containing up to 20 characters such as “ENTRANCE” or “LOBBY”. The position of the first character (horizontal, vertical) of the title, blinking state, and color can also be changed. Vposition 00 to 0A Hposition 00 to 17 00: Does not blink Blink 01: Blinks 00 White 01 Yellow 02 Violet Color 03 Red 04 Cyan 05 Green 06 Blue 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 AB CD E F G H 08 09 0a 0b 0c 0d 0e 0f IJ K L M N O P 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 QR S T U V W X

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Basic Functions Privacy Zone Function Features •Mask can be set on up to 24 places according to Pan/ Privacy Zone masking protects private objects and Tilt positions. areas such as house windows, entrances, and exits •Mask can be displayed on 8 places per screen which are within the camera’s range of vision but not simultaneously. subject to surveillance. • Privacy Zones are displayed according to priority in Privacy zone masking can be masked on the monitor to alphabetical order. protect privac

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Basic Functions Privacy Zone Setting Command List Command Set Command Command Packet Comments CAM_PrivacyZone SetMask 8x 01 04 76 mm nn Setting Mask(Size) 0r 0r 0s 0s FF See “mm: mask setting list”, “nn: setting”, and “rr: w, ss: h” in “Parameters” on page 16. Display Setting Mask Display On/Off 8x 01 04 77 pp pp pp pp FF See “pp pp pp pp: Mask bit” in “Parameters” on page 16. pp pp pp pp: Mask setting (0: OFF, 1: ON) SetMaskColor 8x 01 04 78 pp pp pp pp qq rr FF Setting Color of Mask See “pp p

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Basic Functions Parameters mm: Mask setting list nn: Setting Mask Name mm (Hex) Mask Name mm (Hex) nn Setting Mask_A 00h Mask_M 0Ch 00 Resetting the zone size (the value of w, h) for the existing mask. Mask_B 01h Mask_N 0Dh 01 Setting newly the zone size (the value of Mask_C 02h Mask_O 0Eh w, h). Mask_D 03h Mask_P 0Fh Mask_E 04h Mask_Q 10h pp: x, qq: y, rr: w, ss: h Mask_F 05h Mask_R 11h Mask_G 06h Mask_S 12h 160 Mask_H 07h Mask_T 13h 3Ch Mask_I 08h Mask_U 14h mask Mask_J 09h Mask_V 15h Mask_K 0

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Basic Functions Comments: Two different color masks can be Details of Setting Commands chosen. Set Mask The colors can be chosen from among 14 colors Command: 8x 01 04 76 mm nn 0r 0r 0s 0s FF including the possibility for semi-transparency of Parameters: each color. Therefore two colors from among the total of 28 colors can be individually set for each mm Setting Mask of 24 privacy zones. See “mm: mask setting list” in “Parameters” on page 16. If the bit of parameter (pp pp pp pp) is set to “0”,

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Basic Functions Alarm Function Grid Use the grid displayed on the screen to set mask This function instructs the camera to detect movement positions (see the figure below). within the monitoring area and then send an alarm signal automatically. 14hex (20(10)) A High level signal is output when camera detects movement inside the monitoring area. A Low level 14hex (20(10)) signal is output when object stops moving. However, when the mode is set to “DAY/NIGHT”, the High level signal is output for d

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Basic Functions ALARM Setting Command List Command Set Command Command Packet Comments CAM _ Alarm On 8x 01 04 6B 02 FF Alarm start Off 8x 01 04 6B 03 FF Alarm stop Set Mode 8x 01 04 6C pp FF Mode Setting *Select one from 13 modes Set Day Night Level 8x 01 04 6D 0p 0p 0p ppp: Day distinction AE level 0q 0q 0q FF qqq: Night distinction AE level. 90 07 04 6B 01 FF High signal output (Low t High edge) 90 07 04 6B 00 FF Low signal output (High t Low edge) VISCA Mode Code (pp) Details of Mode 00 Set

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Basic Functions Flowchart of 12 Modes Function Mode “00” Set the Focus Position Set to the factory preset Hysteresis. Alarm On Focus Position into memory AE moves Focus moves outside of the hysteresis. * High level signal output * Repeat this loop until Alarm off. Focus goes back to the previous position. Low level signal output Far Hysteresis Focus Position High Near Low 20


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