Panasonic AW-E560 user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic AW-E560

Device: Panasonic AW-E560
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Date of adding : 2014-11-29 15:26:37
Number of pages: 63
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Color Video Camera
(Lens : Purchased locally)
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions completely.

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CAUTION For U.S.A Warning: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN This equipment generates and uses radio frequency ener- gy and if not installed and used properly, i.e., in strict accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful CAUTION: interference to radio communications. It has been tested TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SER- device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules,

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CONTENTS PREFACE ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 2 FEATURES .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2 SPECIAL NOTES ON OPERATION ...................................................................

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PREFACE FEATURES The Panasonic AW-E560 is a digital signal processing 1. Digital video signal processing for high quality, high color video camera that incorporates three 1/2” CCDs. A reliability, high performance, lightweight and compact digital video signal processing system is packed in a com- size. pact, lightweight body while assuring high picture quality, 2. Resolution: 800 lines (HIGH BAND DTL : ON), S/N high reliability and high performance. ratio: 62dB System setup and adjustments can

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13. A digital highlight compression circuit reproduces nat- SPECIAL NOTES ON OPERATION ural dynamic ranges. 14. A digital color matrix enables high fidelity color • Turn power off before connecting or disconnecting images. cables. 15. The optimum operation mode for each of your specific • Connection or disconnection of any studio cable, RCB applications can be selected. cable or other cable to any unit of equipment must be 16. The scene file automatically sets up the most appro- performed while

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PRECAUTIONS DONT'S DO'S • Do not attempt to disassemble the camera, Remote • Do refer any servicing to qualified service personnel. Control Unit (RCU) or other units. In order to prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or covers. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. • Do not abuse the camera. Avoid striking, shaking, • Do handle the camera with care. etc. The camera contains sensitive components which could be damaged by improper handling or storage. • Do not let the lens remain u

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- • Do not aim the camera toward the sun, no matter • Do use caution when operating the camera in the whether it is turned on or not. vicinity of spot lights or other bright lights, as well as light reflecting objects and surfaces. • Do not expose the camera or Remote Control Unit • Do take immediate action if ever the camera or RCU (RCU) to rain or moisture, and do not try to operate the should become wet. Turn the power off and have the equipment in wet areas. Do not operate the camera or uni

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1. Lens Mount 1/2" standard bayonet type lens or a microscope adaptor can be mounted. 2. Mounting Hole 4 5 A screw hole (1/4” - 20 UNC) for mounting the camera on a wall, ceiling with a mounting bracket or tripod. 3 6 3. Page Switch (PAGE) 7 !7 A menu will appear on the monitor screen when this switch is pressed for around 2 seconds. Pressing the PAGE ITEM UP DOWN IRIS (AWC) (ABC) (BAR) switch advances the menu page. G/L IN VIDEO OUT 8 4. Item Switch (ITEM/AWC) ZOOM/FOCUS !6 Any of the items s

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- 7. Video Output Connector (VIDEO OUT) 9. Zoom/Focus Connector (ZOOM/FOCUS) A composite video signal is provided at this connec- Input terminal for lens with zoom and focus function tor. that can be remote controlled. 8. Iris Connector (IRIS) Pin No. Signal Pin No. Signal Input terminal for lens with an iris control function. 1 Not Used 7 Voltage Common Some lenses may require an optional lens extension 2 Not Used 8 Focus Control cable for connection. 3 GND 9 Zoom Control Pin No. Signal Pin No.

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10. Remote Connector (REMOTE) 11. Power Indicator Input terminal dedicated to control signals from the Red LED lamp lights to indicate that the specified DC optional Remote Control Box (WV-CB700A) and the power is supplied to the camera. Remote Control Unit (WV-RC700A). * WV-CB700A is connected through the optional con- 12. DC Input Connector (EXT DC IN) version cable (WV-CA20T10). 12 V DC is supplied through the 4-pin connector pro- * WV-RC700A is connected through the optional con- vided with

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- 13. Video/RGB Output Connector (VIDEO/RGB) The multiplex adaptor WV-PS550 is connected to this Composite/Y signal, RGB/Y-C/component signal and connector when using a coaxial multiplex system. The synchronizing signal are output from this connector. WV-RC700A and WV-PS550 can be connected with a * Refer to Page 41 for signal selection. coaxial cable. The optional cable WV-CA9T5 or WV-CA9T9 must be used for connection to this connector. Pin No. Signal Pin No. Signal 1 Composite Video Output

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15. G/L Signal 75-ohm ON/OFF Switch (75Ω ON/OFF) LENS MOUNTING A terminating switch for G/L signals at Items 16 and 17. Lenses of any make can be mounted on the camera as long as they are equipped with a 1/2” standard bayonet. 16. G/L VBS/HD Input Connector (G/L IN - VBS/HD) Signals synchronized with the reference signal are to 1. Mounting be supplied to this connector when the camera is to Rotate the lens fixing ring knob counterclockwise and be synchronized with the reference signal. VBS/BB,

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FLANGE BACK ADJUSTMENT IRIS GAIN CONTROL IN A LENS 1. Fully open the iris by shooting a dark object. (Iris An iris gain control hole is usually provided in the front of a selection switch should be set to M.) lens. Adjustment of the iris gain, with a screwdriver 2. Loosen the flange back lock knob. through the hole may be done as follows. (Shape and 3. Aim the camera at any object over 2 meters away from location of the hole may vary depending on the lens the camera. make.) 4. Set the lens to

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CONNECTIONS Caution : The connection and installation should be done by qualified service personnel or system installers. Refer any servicing to qualified service personnel. n CONNECTION OF DEVICE WITH A COMPOSITE INPUT CONNECTOR • Connection to any device which has a composite input connec- VIDEO IN 75Ω coaxial cable tor, such as a video monitor or a VCR, must be made through VIDEO OUT the VIDEO OUT Connector. Video monitor Connector • Power supply to the camera must be through the optional PAG

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3/16" (5 mm) Caution : How to assemble the power cable: To prevent fire or shock hazard, the UL listed wire VW- 1, style 1007 should be used as for the cable for 12V The power cable is to be assembled with the connector DC Input Connector. provided with the camera. 1 4 2 3 1. Prepare the wire. AWG24 or larger 2. Fix with a screw if necessary. Put the casing and the rubber bushing on after solder- ing wires to the connector. -14-

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n CONNECTION OF DEVICE WITH AN RGB MONITOR OR AN IMAGE PROCESSOR NOTES: Input signals to an RGB monitor or image processor must • Output signals at the VIDEO/RGB connector can be be supplied from the VIDEO/RGB connector through the selected from the INITIAL SET menu. optional D Sub/BNC cable WV-CA9T5 or D Sub/D Sub • SYNC level can be selected from the INITIAL SET cable WV-CA9T9. menu. WV-CA9T5 Cable Information Pin Wire's Output RGB monitor or No. Color Signal image processing Red device 3 Red

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n CONNECTION OF A REMOTE CONTROLLER (RCU AND A STUDIO CABLE) Connection to the RCU (WV-RC700A) is made through the 4. Turn RCU power on and the power indicator lamp will optional conversion cable WV-CA26T20 and a studio light. The camera can now be remote controlled by cable. the RCU. 1. Turn RCU power off before connecting cables. NOTES: 2. Set the cable selection switch of the RCU to MULTI. • Maximum extension length: 300 meters 3. Connect the 20 pin connector of the conversion cable (Studio

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n CONNECTION OF A REMOTE CONTROLLER (RCU AND A COAXIAL MULTIPLEX SYSTEM) The optional multiplex adaptor WV-PS550 is used for NOTES: connection of a coaxial multiplex system. • Use only model WV-RC700A (with WV-CB700A) as an 1. Turn RCU power off before connecting cables. RCU. 2. Connect the optional multiplex adaptor WV-PS550 to • A coaxial multiplex system cannot be used with a stu- the control connector of the camera through the stan- dio 26-pin cable. dard accessory cable supplied with the WV

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n CONNECTION OF A REMOTE CONTROL BOX (RCB) The RCB (WV-CB700A) and the camera must be connect- 3. Turn RCB power on and the camera can be remote ed with the optional conversion cable WV-CA20T10. controlled by the RCB. 1. Turn RCB power off before connecting cables. 2. Connect the 20 pin connector of the conversion cable NOTES: to REMOTE connector of the camera. The 10-pin con- • The monitor output signals of the RCB attenuate and nector must be connected to the RCB accessory deteriorate with ca

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