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Camera Control Unit
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Compliance with these directives implies conformity to WARNING the following European standards: • EN60950: Product Safety To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose EN55103-1: Electromagnetic Interference (Emission) the unit to rain or moisture. EN55103-2: Electromagnetic Susceptibility (Immunity) To avoid electrical shock, do not open the This product is intended for use in the following cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel Electromagnetic Environment (s): only. E1 (re
Table of Contents Overview ................................................................. 4 Function and Location of Parts and Controls .... 5 Front panel .......................................................... 5 Rear panel ........................................................... 9 Connecting the CCU-TX50/50P to the Video Camera .................................................................12 Notes on connections ....................................... 12 Self-Diagnostics ..........
Overview The CCU-TX50/50P is a camera control unit that connects to DXC-D50 Series Color Video Cameras via the CA-TX50/50P Camera Adaptor. Features of this unit are described below. Full-featured signal transfer functions The CCU-TX50/50P is able to transfer wide band component video signals. The maximum triaxial cable length that can be used to connect this unit to a camera adaptor is max. 750 m (when using a Belden φ8.5 mm cable) or 1125 m (when using a Belden φ13.2 mm cable). Tra
Function and Location of Parts and Controls Front panel a Camera number sheet/tally indicator b POWER switch/CAM and MAIN indicators c CABLE ALARM indicators d INCOM input/output/setting section a Camera number sheet/tally indicator Note Lights red when the red tally signal is input (e.g. when the video signal from the video camera connected to the If the fan in the CCU-TX50/50P stops, the MAIN CCU-TX50/50P goes on air). When the CALL button indicator will flash simultaneously to warn you of t
OFF: Turns off the headset microphone. PROD: Producer line. PGM: Outputs the program audio. When this position PRIV: Producer line and engineer line are cut off and is selected, the INCOM level control adjusts input communication is possible only between the CCU- level of the program audio. TX50/50P and the camera connected to the rear panel of the CCU-TX50/50P. INCOM selector ENG: Engineer line. Selects the pathway of intercom signals output/input through the INCOM connector. e CALL button f
made with the GAIN control section and SHUTTER changes to the next page. When this button is not lit, the setting section are ignored. self-diagnostics screens are not displayed. l CHARACTER button m MASTER GAMMA adjustment knob Press this button (which lights up when pressed) to Use this knob to adjust the gamma curve. display the self-diagnostics screen on the picture monitor. Each time you press this button, the screen n DETAIL adjustment knob Use this knob to adjust the detail level. o SHU
q WHITE/BLACK BALANCE setting section r MASTER BLACK adjustment knob Adjusts the master black levels of the R, G, and B signals simultaneously. The click position of the knob A WHITE controls provides a typical setting. B PRESET button s IRIS setting section A EXT indicator B AUTO button C BLACK controls D AUTO WHITE/BLACK switch E ATW button C IRIS control A WHITE (white balance manual adjustment) A EXT (extender) indicator controls Lights when a lens extender is being used on the video Tur
Rear panel a CAMERA connector b AUDIO OUTPUT connectors c INPUT connectors d OUTPUT connectors e REMOTE connector i AC IN connector h WF MODE connector g MIC REMOTE connector f INTERCOM/TALLY/PGM connector a CAMERA connector (triaxial connector) connector is terminated automatically with an Connects to the CA-TX50/50P Camera Adaptor impedance of 75 ohms. attached to the DXC-D50 Color Video Camera using a triaxial cable. A REFERENCE INPUT connectors Caution Do NOT use a defective triaxial cable
A REFERENCE INPUT connectors (BNC type) B Y/G, R-Y/R, B-Y/B (component video signal / Accept reference signals (black burst signal) for external RGB output) connectors (BNC type) synchronization. Supply the component signals or the R, G, and B signals for the chroma keyer from each connector. B RET-1/RET-2 (return video signal 1/2) Use the switch on the internal board to select the signals connectors (BNC type) to be output. Accept return video signals from two different systems. For details o
i AC IN (AC power input) connector Connects to an AC power source using the supplied AC power cord. Secure the power cord to the CCU-TX50/ 50P using the supplied plug holder. 11 Function and Location of Parts and Controls
Connecting the CCU-TX50/50P to the Video Camera When connecting a CCU-TX50/50P to a DXC-D50 Color Video Camera, you must first attach the CA- TX50/50P Camera Adaptor to the video camera. CA-TX50 Triaxial cable DXC-D50 CCU-TX50/50P To an AC power source Notes on connections Triaxial cable The triaxial cable should never be connected to or disconnected from the CCU-TX50/50P when the power is turned on. Always turn the unit off first. Video camera Some switches or controls on the video camera ma
Settings of the Camera Self-Diagnostics The settings and operations status of the camera are displayed. The unit allows you to display the status of the unit and the results of a self-diagnosis is of the internal boards of the unit on the screen of a picture monitor connected to the unit. You can display the following status items: Settings of the camera Status display of the unit Results of a self-diagnosis of the internal boards Self-diagnostics of the camera system Setting change
CCU-TX50: Model name and format of the camera Page 2 control unit connected. Genlock: External reference signal and its status (lock/unlock) Prompter: Transmission direction of the prompter line Return 1 to 3: Return video signal input status Self-diagnostics of the Camera System Press the CHARACTER button when the status display of the unit is displayed. Page 1 of the self-diagnostics display is displayed. The results of a self-diagnosis of the camera system are CAMERA cable: Camera cable
Each time you press the CHARACTER button, another AT board page of results is displayed in turn. DM board Reference: Operation mode of the phase adjustment Gen Lock: Locking status BATT Volt: Voltage of the coin battery supplied with CAM Video: Reception status of the video signals the AT board from the camera. CCU Mode: Operation mode of the CCU Skin Gate: Reception status of the Skin gate signal PLD Config.: Configuration result status of the PLD from the camera mounted on the AT board TRI
IV board Diagnostics Page of the Camera Return: Setting status of the return signal input The results of the diagnosis of each board of the camera connectors to the return channels from 1 to 3 are displayed. Return Signal: Status of the return video input signal Rear CN: Power supply status of the CN board on the rear Exiting the Self-diagnostic Mode PLD Config: Configuration completion status of the PLD mounted on the IV board Display the last “ROM Version” page, and then press the Power:
Notes on Use Specifications Use and storage locations General Avoid using or storing the unit in the following places: Power consumption Where it is subject to extremes of temperature 100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, (operating temperature: +5ºC to +40ºC (41ºF to maximum 1.3 A 104ºF)). Peak inrush current Note that in summer the temperature in a car with the (1) Power ON, current probe method: windows closed can reach 50ºC (122ºF). 50 A (240V) Very damp or dusty places. (2) Hot switching inrus
PAL: 700 mVp-p, 75 ohms Encoded output: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms WF MODE 4-pin (1) AUDIO OUTPUT XLR, 3-pin 0 dBu/–20 dBu, balanced, 2 channels SYNC BNC type 2) R/G/B/and Y/R-Y/B-Y are switchable. Camera input/output signals CAMERA Triax (Kings type for the U.S.A. and Canada, Fischer type for Europe) COAX BNC type (1), 75 ohms REMOTE 10-pin, multi connector INTERCOM/TALLY/PGM D-sub, 25-pin (1) 4W/RTS TALLY: 24 V DC, TTL level or contact selectable MIC REMOTE D-sub, 15-pin (1) INCOM (on the front panel
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