Sony PCGA-UVC10 user manual

User manual for the device Sony PCGA-UVC10

Device: Sony PCGA-UVC10
Size: 0,18 MB
Date of adding : 2014-07-07 15:08:57
Number of pages: 24
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4-668-843-11(1)
Visual Communication
Camera
Operating Instructions
PCGA-UVC10
2002 Sony Corporation

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Declaration of Conformity WARNING Trade Name: SONY Model No.: PCGA-UVC10 To prevent fire or shock hazard, Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc. do not expose the unit to rain or Address: 680 Kinderkamack Road moisture. Oradell, Owner’s Record NJ 07649 USA Telephone No.: 201-930-6972 The model number and the serial number are located on the bottom of the mouse. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to this The device complies with Part 15 of the FCC number whenever you ca

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• is a trademark of Sony Corporation. • Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/ Table of Contents or other countries. • All other names of systems, products, and services are trademarks of their respective owners. In this Before Using This Product .................... 4 manual, the ™ or ® marks are not specified. Introduction ........................................... 4 In this manual, Microsoft® Windows® 98 Second Checking the Accesso

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Before Using This Product This camera is designed for use with Sony VAIO computers with preinstalled Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000, Windows Me, or Windows ® XP, or VAIO computers that are Windows XP Ready and have been upgraded using Windows XP upgrade software provided by Sony Corporation (hereafter referred to as “computers upgraded to Windows XP”). The camera cannot be used with any other computer. Introduction Using this camera, you can capture movies and still images. You can send captured mo

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Checking the Accessories After removing the camera from its box, check that you have received the following accessories. If any of the accessories are missing, contact the Sony dealer where you purchased this product or a Sony service representative serving your area. • Visual Communication Camera (PCGA-UVC10) • Installation disc (CD-ROM × 1) • Mounting adapter • Adhesive sheet • Visual Communication Camera Operating Instructions (this document) • Warranty GB 5

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Names of Parts Front Focus ring Microphone Lense Arm plate Rear CAPTURE button Arm GB 6

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Setting Up the Camera Before using the camera, you must use the supplied installation disc to install the required drivers on your computer. Notes • Make sure the disk drive (CD-ROM drive, etc.) is available for use on your computer. In this document, the CD-ROM drive or other disk drive is referred to as “the CD-ROM drive.” For details on how to connect a CD-ROM drive, refer to the User’s Manual or electronic manual supplied with the CD-ROM drive. • Before connecting the camera to your computer

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3 Following the instructions as they are displayed, click Next or Previous until the setup screen closes and display returns to the just the Windows desktop. z Hint After installation is completed, a message prompting you to restart your computer may appear. If it does, click “Yes”. 4 Connect the camera to your computer. The necessary driver is automatically installed. If the message prompting you to restart your computer appears, click “Yes”. After Windows restarts, you can use the camera. Chec

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6 Click the plus symbol (+) to the left of “Sound, Video, and Game Controller” on the “Device Manager” screen. If the “Sony USB Microphone (PCGA-UVC10)” screen appears, the driver is properly installed. 7 Click the plus symbol (+) to the left of “USB Controller”. (Depending on the operating system you are using, this may be “Universal Serial Controller”) on the “Device Manager” screen. If the “Sony Visual Communication Camera (PCGA-UVC10)” screen appears, the driver is properly installed. 8 Afte

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2 For Windows XP, click “Start”, then right-click on “My Computer”, and select “Properties”. The “System Properties” dialog box appears. Go to Step 4. For operating systems other than Windows XP, click “Start”, then align the pointer with “Settings”, and select “Control Panel”. The “Control Panel” screen appears. 3 Double-click “System”. The “System Properties” dialog box appears. 4 Click the “Hardware” tab, and then click the “Device Manager” button. (Depending on the operating system you are u

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Using the Camera This section describes how to connect the camera to your computer and how to use the camera. Notes • When using the camera for the first time, make sure you install the driver before connecting the camera to your computer. For installation details, see “Setting Up the Camera” (page 7). • Do not connect or disconnect the camera’s USB cable while Windows is starting up or shutting down. Doing so may cause the camera or your computer to malfunction.• Do not connect or disconnect th

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Connecting the camera to a notebook Mount the camera onto your notebook, and connect the camera’s USB cable to the USB connector on your notebook. • Holding the arm plate, pull out the rear arm as shown in the illustration below, and hang the camera on top of the display panel. • When using a QR Series or NV Series VAIO computer, use the mounting adapter. Arm plate Arm plate Arm Arm Mounting adapter The camera can be disconnected or connected while the power to your notebook is turned on. For de

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Connecting the camera to a desktop computer 1 Attach the camera to the mounting adapter. Holding the arm plate, pull out the rear arm as shown in the illustration below, and attach the camera to the mounting adapter. Make sure you place the mounting adapter on an level, stable surface. Arm Arm plate Mounting adapter z Hint You can also attach the camera using the supplied adhesive sheet. With some models, you can use the adhesive sheet as shown in the illustration to attach the camera to the top

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Attaching the camera to a tripod You can attach the camera to a tripod to capture images. Tripod screw Notes • Do not walk around with the camera when it is attached to the tripod. If the camera falls, it could be damaged. • Do not use a tripod with a screw that exceeds 7 mm in length. If you use a tripod with a screw longer than 7 mm in length, the camera will not be stable when it is attached, and it may be damaged. • When attaching the camera, first make sure that the tripod is stable, then a

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Disconnecting the camera Notes • When disconnecting the camera while the power to your computer is turned on, be sure to observe the following procedure. Doing the steps out of sequence may cause your computer to malfunction. • When the power to your computer is turned off, you do not need to perform Step 1 below. However, if you disconnect the USB cable while your computer is in energy saving mode and then connect it again, the camera may not be recognized. 1 Close the software used by the came

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3 Turn the focus ring to adjust the focus. 4 Press CAPTURE to capture the image. In addition to attaching the camera to your computer, you can hold it in your hand as shown in the illustration to capture images from a variety of angles. z Hint If you want to use the camera while holding it by hand, we recommend that you cancel the Network Smart Capture mirror display function. Note Check that the Network Smart Capture mirror display function has been canceled before using the camera in this mann

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Setting the volume Note Names and screens displayed may differ depending on the operating system you are using. 1 Double-click on ( depending on your operating system) in the taskbar at the bottom of the screen. The “Volume Control” appears. 2 Click the “Options” menu, and select “Properties” (or “Options”, depending on the operating system you are using). The “Properties” screen appears. 3 Select “Sony PCGA-UVC10” in the Mixer device text box, and click “OK”. The “Capture” screen appears. z H

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after moving it from a cold location to a warm location, or after the ambient Precautions temperature has risen drastically. Otherwise, condensation may occur inside the camera. Let the camera stand Usage and storage for a moment before using it. locations Do not use or store this product in the Lens following locations. Doing so may damage the camera. Do not touch the lens. • Locations subject to abnormally high temperatures Notes on discs During periods of hot weather or the summer season, the

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Maintenance Getting Help This section provides information on how Cleaning the cabinet to get help and support from Sony, and on Wipe the outside of the drive with a soft, troubleshooting tips for your DVD-RW dry cloth. To remove stubborn stains, drive. moisten the cloth with a mild, neutral detergent. Do not use solvents, cleaning About Sony’s support alcohol, benzine or other substances that may damage the finish. options Sony provides several support options for Cleaning the lens your Visual

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Operating environment Specifications Operating temperature 41°F to 95°F (5°C to 35°C) Visual Communication (temperature gradient less than 18°F (10°C)/hour) Camera Operating humidity 20% to 80% (no condensation), 370,000 pixels (effective pixels: 310,000) provided that humidity is less than 65% at 95°F Image pickup (35°C) 1/5.5” 370,000-pixel color CMOS progressive (hygrometer reading of less than 84°F (29°C)) scanning image sensor. Storage temperature Lens –4°F to 140°F (–20°C to 60°C) 2 groups


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