Panasonic AW-PH400 user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic AW-PH400

Device: Panasonic AW-PH400
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Date of adding : 2014-11-21 15:33:45
Number of pages: 64
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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400P
Pan/Tilt Control Panel AW-RP400N
Cable Compensation Unit AW-RC400N
Roll Unit AW-RL400G
AW-PH400 AW-RP400
AW-RC400 AW-RL400
Before attempting to connect, operate or adjust this product, Before attempting to connect, operate or adjust this product,
please read these instructions completely. please read these instructions completely.
AW-RL400 AW-RC400 AW-RP400 AW-PH400

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Safety precautions FCC Note: CAUTION This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK To assure continued compliance follow the attached DO NOT OPEN installation instructions and do not make any unauthorized modifications. CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. This equipment has been tested and found to comply REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. with the limits for a class A digital d

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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 2) Keep these instructions. receptacles, and the point where they exit from 3) Heed all warnings. the ap

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Contents Safety precautions ........................................................... 2 Operating precautions...................................................... 5 AW-PH400 Indoor Pan/Tilt Head.................................. 6 AW-RC400 Cable Compensation Unit........................ 38 Introduction ...................................................................... 6 Introduction .................................................................... 38 Accessories .......................

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Operating precautions ≥ Handle the units carefully. Dropping the units or subjecting them to strong impact may give rise to malfunctioning or accidents. ≥ Turn off the power before connecting or disconnecting the cables. Be absolutely sure to turn off the power before connecting or disconnecting the cables. ≥ Do not use the units outdoors. ≥ Maintenance Wipe the units using a dry cloth. To remove stubborn dirt, dip a cloth into a diluted solution of kitchen detergent, wring them out well, and wi

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Introduction ≥ The stand-alone indoor pan/tilt head can be rotated NOTE through 300 degrees in the vertical direction and ≥ The AW-PH400 cannot be controlled from the 400 degrees in the horizontal direction. AW-RP301, AW-RP305, AW-RP501, AW-RP505, ≥ Operations can be performed at high speeds of up to AW-RP605 or AW-RP605A controller. 90 degrees per second. ≥ In order to protect the environment when the pan/tilt ≥ Equipment such as a camera and lens with a total

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Installation precautions ≥ Do not install the unit on any of its sides. ≥ Avoid using the unit in the kitchen and other locations with lots of steam and oily vapors. ≥ Mount the camera on the pan/tilt head only when you have finished installing it. ≥ The maximum load-bearing capacity of this unit is 17.6 lbs (8 kg). It cannot be used if the load to be borne exceeds 17.6 lbs (8 kg). ≥ Do not use a lens which will impair or upset the unit’s balance. Even if the load

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Parts and their function 6 1 7 8 9 2 5 3 4 < = ; : > ? 8

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Parts and their function K C @ L D A G M H N E B I O F P Rotary head connector panel J Pedestal connector panel 1Rotary head :Pan/tilt head mounting holes This rotates in the horizontal direction. These four holes are used when installing the pan/tilt head. 2Pedestal ;Bottom panel 3POWER ON/OFF switch When this is set to ON, the unit’s power is turned on;

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Parts and their function =Guide pin END/EXT connector [ND/EXT] Use this to determine the direction in which the camera is This is for the control of the ND filter and lens extender of to be mounted. the motorized lens unit. Connect this connector when using a motorized lens unit with ND filter and lens extender functions. >Camera mounting screws (U1/4” 20UNC) The compatible connector is the R03-P6M or R03-PB6M These are used to secure the camera firmly after it has

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Parts and their function JY connector [Y] This is the output connector for the camera’s video signals. It is connected to the Y/VIDEO connector on the AW-RC400 cable compensation unit or monitor, etc. Use a BNC coaxial cable for the connecting cable. The AW-PB302 RGB card must be installed if the AW-E300, AW-E300A, AW-E600, AW-E800 or AW-E800A convertible camera is to be used. K1394 connector [1394] This is used for the control of the convertible camera and pan/

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Installation (Be sure to ask your dealer to install the unit.) $ Assembling the pan/tilt head When assembling the pan/tilt head, use the Allen key (provided) and screwdriver, and secure the head by tightening the screws firmly. After mounting the pan/tilt head, check there is no play in its installation. 1Attaching the camera mounting base Attach the camera mounting base to the rotary arm using the three mounting screws (M5!22 mm, with flat washers) provided. The i

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Installation (Be sure to ask your dealer to install the unit.) 3Mounting the tally lamp Connect the cable connector which is taped to the top of the pan/tilt head to the tally lamp connector. Mount the tally lamp on the top of the pan/tilt head using the two screws provided. Mount the lamp while paying attention to the wire. If the tally lamp is not going to be used, insert the cable which is stuck to the top of the pan/tilt head inside the pan/tilt head, and attac

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Installation (Be sure to ask your dealer to install the unit.) $ Setting the mounting direction switch Set the switch as follows when the unit is to be installed on the ceiling. (This switch was set to the stand-alone installation position at the factory.) 1 Remove the four screws, and gently remove the pedestal connector panel. 2 Set switch S1 on the PCB inside the pan/tilt head as follows. For stand-alone installation: Set S1 to the rear position (T). (Factory se

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Installation (Be sure to ask your dealer to install the unit.) $ Setting the PCB switches The switches on the CONNECTOR PCB will need to be set in accordance with the signals to be transmitted and the equipment to be connected to the pan/tilt head. (The switches are set to support analog/SDI at the factory.) ≥ Analog/SDI support IP/IEEE switch: IEEE 422/IP switch: 422 ≥ Web card support IP/IEEE switch: IP 422/IP switch: IP ≥ IEEE1394 card support IP/IEEE switch: IE

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Installation (Be sure to ask your dealer to install the unit.) $ Installing the pan/tilt head When installing the pan/tilt head, follow the instructions below carefully. In order to prevent accidents resulting when the product becomes dislodged or falls down, be absolutely sure to proceed as instructed. Do not install the pan/tilt head on its side since its prescribed operation and performance cannot be ensured. ≥ After the pan/tilt head has been installed, mount t

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Installation (Be sure to ask your dealer to install the unit.) $ Mounting the camera When mounting the camera on the pan/tilt head, be very careful to ensure that the camera does not fall off or fall down. 1 Mount the lens onto the convertible camera. (Before mounting a large lens, consult with your dealer.) 2 Insert the rubber piece between the camera and pan/tilt head, and mount the convertible camera after aligning it with the guide pins. Use a tool to tighten u

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Installation (Be sure to ask your dealer to install the unit.) $ Attaching the wire The wire is not provided. Use one which is strong enough to bear the weight of the whole camera (camera + lens). When mounting the cameras with fan (AW-E655, AW-E750, AW-E800, AW-E800A) 1 Use the wire mounting screw (M4!8 mm with flat washer and spring washer) to attach one end of the wire to the pan/tilt head’s arm. 2 Mount the mounting spacer on the top panel of the camera. 3 Use

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Replacing the consumable parts $ Replacing the battery The battery has a service life of approximately 5 years. The unit stores the preset positions, limiters and other data in its memory. This data is retained even when the power is turned off, but if the internal battery has reached the end of its service life, the data will be lost when the power is turned off. Replace a battery that has lost its charge with a new one. (Battery used: CR2032 manganese dioxide-lit

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Head AW-PH400 Specifications Supply voltage: AC 120 V, 60 Hz Power consumption: 145 W 1 indicates safety information. Genlock input: BNC Black burst or composite video signal Prompter input (PROMPTER IN): BNC Through output to PROMPTER connector Prompter output (PROMPTER OUT): D-SUB 15-pin Camera video output VIDEO: BNC, 75-ohm output Y: BNC, 75-ohm output Pr/C: BNC, 75-ohm output Pb: BNC, 75-ohm output SDI: BNC Camera, pan/tilt head control: RJ45, RS-485, pan/tilt head control


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