Panasonic AW-HE100N user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic AW-HE100N

Device: Panasonic AW-HE100N
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Date of adding : 2014-11-29 15:26:37
Number of pages: 64
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Preliminary - March 2008
Operating Instructions
HD Integrated Camera
Model No. AW-HE100N
Installation Instructions provided separately
Before operating this product, please read the instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
VQTB0330

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Safety precautions CAUTION WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK TO PREVENT INJURY, THIS APPARATUS DO NOT OPEN MUST BE SECURELY ATTACHED TO THE CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, FLOOR/WALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER TO SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, CAUTION: within an equilateral triangle, is intended to TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR SHO

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Safety precautions IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit. Follow the safety instructions on the unit and the applicable safety instructions listed below. Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference. 1) Read these instructions. 10) Protect the power cord form being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience ) Keep these instructions. receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 3)

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Contents Safety precautions ................................................... 2 Manual shooting ..................................................... 25 Accessories .............................................................. 5 Preset memories ..................................................... 29 White balance adjustment ..................................... 31 Overview .................................................................... 5 Characteristics .................................

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Accessories Check that the following accessories are present and accounted for. Installation Instructions ....................................................... 1 Mounting screws (with flat washers, spring washers) M4  8 mm .....................................................................4 Operating Instructions (CD-ROM) ...................................... 1 Cable cover screws (flat head) Wireless remote control ...................................................... 1 M3  6 mm .....

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Characteristics Multiple number of formats supported  Switching between the 1080i, 70p and 480i formats can be accomplished using a menu. Transition from an SD format system to an HD format system can also be carried out smoothly.  With the SD format, either 16:9 or 4:3 can be selected as the aspect ratio. Three 1/3” CCD imaging sensors and a high-performance 13 zoom lens featured  The unit incorporates a 14-bit analog-to-digital (A/D) converter and a 19-bit processing DSP (digital signa

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Installation precautions In addition to heeding the points presented in the “Safety precautions”, observe the following precautions as well. Concerning the installation location Separately obtain the screws used to mount the After conferring in detail with your dealer, choose a sturdy installation surface bracket. ceiling or other surface, and install the unit. This unit does not come with the screws used to mount the  Install the unit on a ceiling that is strong enough (such as installatio

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Operating precautions Shoot under the proper lighting conditions. The unit comes with safe modes.  To produce pictures with eye-pleasing colors, shoot under  The saf e modes are functions designed to protect people the proper lighting conditions. and property from injury and the pan-tilt head unit from  The pictures may not appear with their proper colors damage. when shooting under fluorescent lights. Select the proper For further details, refer to “Safe modes” (page 55). lighting as re

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Concerning the controller Controller supported  AW-RP655  AW-RP555  AW-RP400 + AW-IF400 + AW-CB400 (System which combines the AW-RP400, AW-IF400 and AW-CB400)  It may be necessary to upgrade the version of the controller in order to support the unit. Consult with your dealer.  When connecting the AW-RP655  The camera setting menus of the AW-RP655 cannot be used.  Use the camera setting menus of the unit instead.  When connecting the AW-RP400 + AW-IF400 + AW-CB400  The AW-CB400 canno

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Parts and their functions 1 Camera unit 5 Status display lamp This rotates in the up and down direction. This lights in the following way depending on the status of the unit. Orange: When the standby status is established Green: When the power is on 2 Rotary head Red: When trouble has occurred in the unit This rotates in the horizontal direction. Green and blinks twice: When a signal matched b y the remote control ID has been received from the 3 Pedestal accessory wireless remote contro

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Parts and their functions 6 Mounting bracket (installed)  IR ID SET switches These are used to select the ID of the accessory wireless remote control. Switches [1] to [4] correspond to the [CAM1] to [CAM4] 7 Tally lamp buttons on the wireless remote control. This comes on or goes off in response to the control from the controller but only when “On” has been selected as the tally lamp use setting.  Wireless remote contr ol signal light-sensing 8 G/L IN connector area (rear) This is the gen

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Parts and their functions Wireless remote control 1 ON/STANDBY button Each time this is pressed for two seconds, operation switches between turning on the unit’s power and establishing the standby status. 2 Signal transmission window 3 MENU button Each time this is pressed for two seconds, operation switches between displaying the unit’s menu and exiting the menu. 4 CAM1 to CAM4 buttons These are used to select the units that are to be operated. Once a button has been selected, the unit cor

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Parts and their functions 9 PRESET/LIMIT button  OPT buttons [ON] [OFF] This is used to register the settings in the preset These are used for future expansion of the functions. memories or set or release the limiters. They are not used at the present time. When a preset memory call button is pressed while the PRESET/LIMIT button is held down, the information on  HOME button the unit’s current direction and other settings is registered When this is pressed for two seconds, the unit’s direc

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Concerning the wireless remote control  Operate the wireless remote control from positions less than 32.8 ft. (10 meters) away from the unit.  The wireless remote control may not work when it is pointed from certain angles at the unit. From a place where the wireless remote control signal light-sensing area (hereafter, “light-sensing area”) can be seen, point the signal transmission window of the wireless remote control at the light-sensing area, and operate the buttons.  If the unit is i

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Basic shooting operations 1 Set the subject brightness to the appropriate level. 2 Turn on the power of all the units and devices in the system. Note  If the accessory wireless remote control is going to be used, be sure to install the two size “AA” manganese batteries inside. Do not use any other kind of batteries. (The batteries are obtained separately.) 3 Select the unit to be operated. Even when using only one unit, it must still be selected from the wireless remote control or contro

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How to turn the power on and off Turning the power on When performing the operations using the When performing the operations accessory wireless remote control using the controller 1 S et all the power switches of the units 1 S et all the power switches of the units and devices connected in the system to and devices connected in the system to ON. ON.  This unit does not have a power switch.  This unit does not ha ve a power switch. When power is supplied to it, the status display

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How to turn the power on and off Turning the power off When performing the operations using the When performing the operations accessory wireless remote control using the controller 1 P ress one of the [CAM1] to [CAM4] 1 Set the [OPERATE] switch on the buttons on the wireless remote control to controller to OFF. select the unit. The po wer of all the cameras (including the unit) connected to the controller is turned off.  The unit’s status display lamp now lights up orange. 2 P ress th

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

Selecting the units Up to four units can be operated using one accessory wireless remote control. Up to five units and devices can be operated using one controller. Select the unit (or units) to be operated from the wireless remote control or controller. Even when using only one unit, it must still be selected. When performing the operations using the When performing the operations accessory wireless remote control using the controller When the AW-RP655 is connected: Press the [CAM1], [CAM2],

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Selecting the shooting modes (scene files) Types of shooting modes This unit has four preset shooting modes, each of which corresponds to a set of circumstances in which the subject will be shot. Select the mode that satisfies the shooting conditions and suits your preferences. The settings can be changed by menu operations.  The results of the white balance and other adjustments are stored in the memory separately by shooting mode. Be absolutely sure to select the shooting mode before maki

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Selecting the shooting modes (scene files) How to select the shooting mode When performing the operations using the 4 Press the [ ] or [ ] button. accessory wireless remote control The “Camera Setting” sub-menu is displayed.  Camera Setting  Halogen Fluorescent Daylight User Return 5 P ress the [ ] or [ ] button to make the shooting mode to be used blink. Each time the [] or [] button is pressed, the blinking 1 P ress the [CAM1], [CAM2], [CAM3] or item changes. [CAM4] butto


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