Sony RB358H user manual

User manual for the device Sony RB358H

Device: Sony RB358H
Size: 0,37 MB
Date of adding : 2013-11-14 15:10:25
Number of pages: 17
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CAU TIO N Risk of Electric Shock Do Not Open CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

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PRECAUTIONS Safety The camera should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. Do not disassemble the camera. Do not allow anything to get inside of the camera. Do not drop the camera. Installation Camera should be operated within operating temperature range and less than 90% of humidity. Avoid installing the camera in harsh environments that include lots of dust, vibration,or strong magnetic and radio frequencies. F

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PART NAMES 13 12 11 10 7 1 2 14 3 4 5 6 9 1. GLASS HOLDER : Retaining ring for front glass. (To keep the unit weather proof, do not unscrew this section) 2. HOUSING : Unscrew this section to gain access to adjust the lens and dip switches. 3. LENS : Vari-Focal Lens provide manual zoom and focus adjustments to Set the field of view for the application. 4. LENS MOUNT LOCK : Lock screw used to secure the lens mount. 5. FUNCTION CONTROL BOARD : Board to adjust the various

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3 CONTROLS ( DC12V / AC24V~ ) : Dual Power Type 1 DIP SWITCH 10 9 1 7 11 12 4 DIP SWITCH 13 14 FUNCTION CONTROL BOARD 16 GND VIDEO OUT 15 RED(+) 24VAC BLACK(-) OR 12VDC GREEN(COMMON) 1. INT/LL MOUNTING PLATE Internal/Line Lock selection. Internal : only DC12V Linelock : only AC24V ~ 2~4. WHITE BALANCE SWITCHES(ATW=Auto White Balance /MWB =Manual) WB1 WB2 WB3 FUNCTION WB1 WB2 WB3 FUNCTION ON ON ON ATW Mode OFF ON ON Approx 3200 K ON OFF ON Push Mode OFF ON OFF Appr

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Set DIP switches to the position to maintain this settings. Note :The camera white balance can also be set manually as shown in the chart above on right. 5. AGC ON/OFF Automatic Gain Control on/off 6. ALC/ELC Auto-iris lens / Electronic shutter 7. BLC ON/OFF Backlight Compensation switch 8. FLKL ON/OFF Flickerless mode on/off 9. SELECTION BUTTON Phase Up for LL mode/Blue control for MWB mode 10. SELECTION BUTTON Phase Down for L

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INSTALLATION 3 - 2. Connecting the Power Connect the appropriate cable to the power cable of the camera. Referring to the specified label of the camera. (Be sure to match the correct polarity in case of 12V DC) Insert the cable into the shrinkable tube A which shall be around 10mm and tube B which shall be around 3mm. Power Cable Shrinkable Tube A Shrinkable Tube B Power Cable Heat the shrinkable tube B after connecting each wire. Be sure to match the correct polarity in case of 12

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INSTALLATION 4. Sunshield Installation Locate it in a proper place, after inserting the sliding groove part of the sunvisor into the rail of holder stand, and then tighten the fixed bolt to fix it. FIXED BOLT GROOVE RAIL RAIL HOLDER STAND SUNSHIELD -9-

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Unscrew Power on focus for the

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Put the Heater back on, in its original position, after adjustment. HEATER Slide the housing back on as shown below. HOUSING Screw the Housing clockwise to close after setting. (Be sure that the cover should be tightened completely in order to prevent the penetration of water or humidity.) Make sure the O-ring is in place. CAP HOUSING BODY -12-

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INSTALLATION 6. Flexible Camera Angle Settings + The bracket assembly allows to tilt +25 ~ - 45 and to pan L/R 100 , - - making it possible to freely adjust the camera angle. 6-1. TILT ADJUSTMENT Loosen the tilt lock screw in a counterclockwise direction and adjust the tilt angle for the camera. TILT BRACKET TILT LOCK SCREW MOUNTING PLATE CONDUIT HOLE CONDUIT HOLE 3/4-14 UNC 1-14 UNC MOUNTING ARM After adjusting the tilt angle, tighten the tilt lock screw in a clockwis

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TROUBLESHOOTING If there is no picture on the monitor screen, make sure all the cables are properly connected. make sure the monitor is properly adjusted. If the picture on the monitor screen is not clear, clean the lens. adjust the lens focus. If there is a video noise or other unknown problems, stop using the camera and call your local dealer. DO NOT DISASSEMBLE THE CAMERA. IF ANY DEFECTIVE CAMERA HAS BEEN OPENED BEFORE IT ARRIVES TO AUTHORIZED RMA OFFICE, THE DE

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SPECIFICATIONS ( Note: Design & specifications are subject to change without prior notice.) Model No. RB358 RB358H RB550 RB550H Image Pick-up Device SONY 1/3“ Super HAD CCD sensor Effective Picture Elements NTSC: 768(H)x494(V) Horizontal Resolution 480 TV lines Scanning Frequency 15.734KHz(H)x59.94Hz(V) Scanning System 2 : 1 Interface Minimum Illumination 0.5 LUX Electronic Shutter Speed 1/60 - 1/100,000 Sec S/N Ratio More than 48dB Auto Iris Control DC Drive Iris Control Gamma Cha

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