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A-ENJ-100-11(1)
Color Camera Module
Technical Manual
FCB-EV7500
 2013 Sony Corporation

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    A-ENJ-100-11(1) Color Camera Module Technical Manual FCB-EV7500  2013 Sony Corporation...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Features ................3 Precautions ............... 4 Locations of Controls ............5 Basic Functions ..............6 Overview of Functions ..............6 Eclipse ....................21 Spectral Sensitivity Characteristics .......... 21 Initial Settings, Custom Preset and Backup ......22 Mode Condition ................24 Command List ..............27 VISCA/RS-232C Commands ............

  • Page 3: Features

    • This camera uses a 1/2.8" Exmor CMOS image sensor • A title composed of up to 11 lines can be set for (approx. 2.14 million effective pixels) that supports displaying on the screen. 20 characters can be used on FULL HD (high definition) to produce high-quality one line. images. • Adjustable AE response speed • Using progressive scan, images with a wide dynamic range can be obtained with the newly developed image signal processor (Wide Dynamic Range mode). With consideration given environmental protection, • The camera is equipped with a bright zoom lens with this module is designed to operate with low power 30× optical zoom and F1.6 aperture (optical zoom + consumption and also incorporates lead-free and digital zoom = 360×). halogen-free circuit boards. • Low-noise images can be obtained even in low-light environments using the Noise Reduction function. • Video signals can be output as digital and analog Y/Pb/Pr outputs. Depending on register settings, you can select from a variety of digital output methods: 1080p/59.94, 1080p/50, 1080p/29.97, 1080p/25, 1080i/59.94, 1080i/50, 720p/59.94, 720p/50, 720p/29.97, 720p/25. • An infrared (IR) Cut-Filter can be disengaged from the image path for increased sensitivity in low light environments. The ICR will automatically engage depending on the ambient light, allowing the camera to be effective in day/night environment. • VISCA is a communications protocol, which enables the camera to be controlled remotely from a host computer/controller. VISCA is trademark of Sony Corporation. • Six memory locations are provided to temporally save and recall up to sixteen sets of camera settings. • A Privacy Zone Masking function (max. 24 blocks) is available. • A Motion Detection (MD) function is available.

  • Page 4: Precautions

    Overview Precautions • The CMOS image sensor and IC included in this Software camera may break if exposed to static electricity. When directly handling this camera, wear an Use of the demonstration software developed by Sony antistatic strap, spread a conductive sheet or similar Corporation or use of the software with customer item under your workbench, and take measures to developed application software may damage hardware, eliminate static electricity. the application program or the camera. Sony Corporation is not liable for any damages under these • In case of abnormal operation, contact your conditions. authorized Sony dealer or the store where you purchased the product. Operation Phenomena specific to CMOS image sensors Start the camera control software on your computer The following phenomena that may appear in images after you turn on the camera and the image is are specific to CMOS (complementary metal-oxide displayed. semiconductor) image sensors. They do not indicate malfunctions. Operation and storage locations Rolling shutter As CMOS image sensors use shutters that capture Do not shoot images that are extremely bright (e.g., images line-by-line, there is a slight time difference light sources, the sun, etc.) for long periods of time. Do...

  • Page 5: Locations Of Controls

    Locations of Controls Locations of Controls Front Back Bottom  Lens  CN401 jack  CN501 jack  Tripod screw hole When a tripod is used, please use 7 mm ( in.) or less screw to attach it to the camera. Also, please be sure to attach the tripod securely.

  • Page 6: Basic Functions

    Basic Functions Basic Functions Overview of Functions In general • Power On/Off The camera control is performed by VISCA Powers the camera on and off. When the power is off, commands. the camera is able to accept only the lowest level of VISCA Commands; the display and other features are Timing Chart turned off. As VISCA Command processing can only be carried • I/F Clear out one time in a Vertical cycle, it takes the maximum Clears the Command buffer of the FCB camera. 1V cycle time for an ACKNOWLEDGE/Completion to • Address Set be returned. VISCA is a protocol, which normally supports a daisy If the Command ACKNOWLEDGE/Completion chain of up to seven connected cameras via RS-232C communication time can be cut shorter than the 1V interface. In such cases, the address set command can cycle time, then every 1V cycle can receive a be used to assign addresses from 1 to 7 to each of the Command. seven cameras, allowing you to control the seven cameras with the same personal computer.

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    Basic Functions Zoom Focus The FCB camera employs a 30× optical zoom lens Focus has the following modes, all of which can be set combined with a digital zoom function; this camera using VISCA Commands. allows you to zoom up to 360×. • Auto Focus Mode The minimum focus distance is 10 mm at the optical • Optical 30×, f = 4.3 mm to 129 mm wide end and 1200 mm at the optical tele end, and is (F 1.6 to F 4.7) independent of the digital zoom. The Auto Focus (AF) function automatically adjusts The horizontal angle of view (1080i mode) is the focus position to maximise the high frequency approximately 63.7 degrees (wide end) to 2.3 degrees content of the picture in a center measurement area, (tele end). taking into consideration the high luminance and Digital Zoom enlarges the center of the subject by strong contrast components. expanding each image in both the vertical and - Normal AF Mode horizontal directions. When 360× zoom is used, the...

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    Basic Functions Automatic Exposure Mode White Balance A variety of AE functions are available for optimal White Balance has the following modes, all of which output of subjects in lighting conditions that range can be set using VISCA Commands. from low to high. • Auto White Balance • Full Auto This mode computes the white balance value output Iris, Gain and Shutter Speed can be set automatically. using color information from the entire screen. It • Gain Limit Setting outputs the proper value using the color temperature The gain limit can be set at the Full Auto, Shutter radiating from a black subject based on a range of Priority, Iris Priority, Bright, Spot Exposure and values from 2500K to 7500K. Manual in the AE mode. Use this setting when image This mode is the factory setting. signal-to-noise ratio is particularly important. • ATW • Shutter Priority Auto Tracing White balance (2000K to 10000K) Variable Shutter Speed, Auto Iris and Gain •...

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    Basic Functions Data 59.94/29.97 50/25 mode Gain mode IRIS 1/10000 1/10000 OPEN 1/6000 1/6000 IRIS curve 1/4000 1/3500 1/3000 1/2500 1/2000 1/1750 Gain curve 1/1500 1/1250 1/1000 1/1000 1/725 1/600 CLOSE 1/500 1/425 1/350 1/300 Dark Bright 1/250 1/215 Controlled Controlled by IRIS 1/180 1/150...

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    Basic Functions specified portions; and then the Gain and Iris are set. that is, the rest of the subject, except the headlights, The value of the designated portions and the becomes relatively dark, and poorly distinguished. surrounding areas should be calculated as 100%, the However, using the slow AE function means the AE rest should be set to 20%. The range of the Spot AE response speed will be slower, and response time will frame is fixed to 5 blocks vertically and 4 blocks be longer. As a result, even if the camera catches a high- horizontally. intensity subject (e.g., the headlights) for a moment, you can still easily distinguish the portions of the image surrounding the headlights. Horizontal 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F High Resolution Mode Vertical 16 This mode enhances edges and produces higher definition images. (8,8) Aperture Control Aperture control is a function which adjusts the...

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    Basic Functions Set the area which you want to adjust the brightness of the image with WD mode effect. You can set the brightness from -16 (0h) to +64 (40h) Default value: 2 for each mode in Offset. S: Compensation level (0: Low, 1: Mid, 2: High) Color Enhancement The compensation of the brightness, which you A color image can be created two colors brighter and select from the parameter, can be set to three darker than the threshold value. levels. (The threshold level can be set.) Default value: 1 Color specifications Notes • You can select from nine colors to specify for the • When the wide dynamic range mode is ON, false colors may high-intensity and low-intensity colors. appear in some parts of the image. This phenomenon is unique to wide dynamic range mode, and is not an indication of a camera Color options: Yellow, cyan, green, white, magenta, malfunction. red, blue, black, gray • When switching WD mode, images are shown at a maximum of 8 • The default settings for color specification are “green” frames at the same time. for high-intensity and “white” for low-intensity. Visibility Enhancer (VE) Threshold values • You can set the threshold value that determines high Using the Visibility Enhancer function will make the darker part of a camera image brighter as well as or low intensity.

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    Basic Functions zoom and digital zoom. The digital zoom can be Auto Slow Shutter On/Off further used to zoom up to ×360. At the wide end, you When set to “On, ” the slow shutter functions can obtain images without any reduction in the automatically when the light darkens. This setting is resolution because the digital zoom is not switched available only when the AE mode is set to “Full Auto. ” ON. On the other hand, at the tele end, the correction The default setting is “Auto Slow Shutter Off. ” effect by the Image Stabilizer function is at its maximum so blurring is reduced. The StableZoom function can be switched ON/OFF in the register Low-Illumination Chroma Suppress Mode settings. You can configure a chroma suppress mode for low- illumination conditions. This can be useful when color Blurring is corrected in this noise is particularly noticeable in such conditions. x360 digital zoom area. Four levels (disabled and three levels) are available for the low-illumination chroma suppress mode.

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    Basic Functions Freeze This function captures an image in the field memory of When Auto Slow Shutter is OFF (initial setting) the camera so that this image can be output continuously. Shutter 1/60 sec IRIS Because communication inside the camera is based on V cycle, OPEN the captured image is always the one 3V to 4Vs after the sending of a Command.

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    Basic Functions 8x 01 04 24 mm 0p 0q FF Title Display mm: Register No. (=00 to 7F) • You can set a title of up to 11 lines. One line can pq: Register Value (=00 to FF) contain up to 20 characters. Register Inquiry Command: • You can set display on/off, the horizontal position of 8x 09 04 24 mm FF the first character, blinking state and color for each mm: Register No. line. y0 50 0p 0p FF • The camera gives priority to a title display when the pp: Register Value camera status is displayed on the relevant line. On the (returned from the camera) lines where a title is not set, the camera status is The register setting items and No. are as follows. displayed. Baud Rate: 00 Communication speed can be changed. Line Number 00 to 0A H-position 00 to 1F Monitoring Mode: 72 WHITE This register “72” allows digital output mode YELLOW configuration. VIOLET For details on each output mode and parameter, see Color “Register Setting”...

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    Basic Functions Privacy Zone Masking Function Privacy Zone masking protects private objects and areas such as house windows, entrances, and exits which are within the camera’s range of vision but not subject to surveillance. Privacy zone masking can be masked on the monitor to protect privacy. Features • Mask can be set on up to 24 places according to Pan/ Tilt positions. • Mask can be displayed on 8 places per screen simultaneously. • Individual on/off zone masking settings. • Two colors can be individually set for each of 24 privacy zones. • Interlocking control with zooming. • Interlocking control with Pan/Tilt. • Non-interlocking control with Pan/Tilt.

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    Basic Functions Example: 8x 01 04 78 00 00 00 03 00 07 FF Details of Setting Commands The mask color of Mask_A and Mask_B is White Set Mask (color code 07h), and the mask color of the other Command: 8x 01 04 76 mm nn 0r 0r 0s 0s FF Mask (C to X) is Black (color code 00h). Parameters: Set Pan Tilt Angle Setting Mask Command: 8x 01 04 79 0p 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q FF See “mm: Mask setting list” in “Parameters” on page 17. Parameter: Selects new setting or resetting for the zone. See “nn: Setting” in “Parameters” on page 17. Pan Angle Sets the half value “w” of the Mask Width. Tilt Angle Sets the half value “h” of the Mask Height. See “Setting pan/tilt angle” in “Parameters” on See “pp: x, qq: y, rr: w, ss: h” in “Parameters” on page 17. page 17. Comments: To set the mask, first display the object at Comments: Pan/Tilt angle settings are hexadecimal the center of the screen. When “nn” is set to 1, the data. current Pan/Tilt/Zoom position is recorded in The resolution of Pan/Tilt angle is 0.088 degrees. internal memory. When “nn” is set to 0, the Pan/Tilt/Zoom position Notes in memory is not changed.

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    Basic Functions Non Interlock Mask Note Command: 8x 01 04 6F mm 0p 0p 0q 0q 0r 0r 0s 0s The priority order of the mask display is in the sequence from A (highest) to X (lowest). Parameters: When you set the parameters of masks non-sequentially, it is recommended that you set the mask whose priority order is higher, Setting Mask first. See “mm: Mask setting list” in “Parameters” on page 17. Sets the center position “x” of the Mask on screen. pp pp pp pp: Mask bit Sets the center position “y” of the Mask on screen. Sets the half value “w” of the Mask Width. 7 6 5 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Sets the half value “h” of the Mask Height. See “pp: x, qq: y, rr: w, ss: h” in “Parameters” on page 17. Mask - X W V U T S - - R Q P O N M Commands: Mask does not interlock with pan/tilt.

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    Basic Functions Motion Detection (MD) Function This function instructs the camera to detect movement within the monitoring area and then send an alarm signal automatically. The Detect signal goes out through the VISCA command. Features • You can set a frame for the detection range of 16 (horizontally) × 8 (vertically) blocks. • You can set up to four frames. • When the motion is detected in the set frame, the Alarm Replay VISCA command is sent. • The threshold level for detection can be set (common to four frames). • The interval of alarm detection can be set up to 255 seconds in units of one second. • You can set on/off for each frame. • The frame number is also sent with Alarm Replay to report in which frame the motion has been detected. Frames Setting frames You can set the frame by assigning the starting point and terminating point vertically and horizontally. You can set up to four frames. When motion is detected within the rage where frames overlap The alarms are sent for both frames.

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    Basic Functions • When multiple motions are detected or motion is Sending Alarms detected in another frame within the set interval following the original time the alarm was issued, • When motion is detected, the Alarm Replay another alarm command is not issued. command is issued via the serial command (VISCA) • When motion is detected after the interval time communication line. elapsed, the alarm is issued again. Alarm issue Alarm issue Alarm issue Alarm issue Interval Interval Interval Alarm interval Motion is Motion is Motion is Motion is Motion is Motion is Motion is Motion is detected in detected in...

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    Basic Functions Enlargement Commands Enlargement commands support the following functions (described previously). Turn on this mode (for details, see “Enlargement Mode” in “Register Setting” on page 52) to enable the following functions. • Exposure Compensation The setting can be set in steps of 0.2dB approximately (-128 (00h) to +127 (FFh)). For details, see page 10. • Aperture Control The setting can be set to 256 levels (00h to FFh). For details, see page 10. • Custom Color Gain The initial setting is 100% (80h), and the setting can be set to 256 levels from approximately 0% (00h) to 200% (FFh). For details, see page 12. •...

  • Page 21: Eclipse

    Basic Functions Eclipse When designing the housing, refer to the dimensional allowance as shown in the figure below. Spectral Sensitivity Characteristics Green Blue 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 Wavelength [nm] Use the graph as a reference value. (We can not guarantee these values.) This data is measured when the IR cut filter is removed and the characteristics of the lens and optical source characteristics are ignored.

  • Page 22: Initial Settings, Custom Preset And Backup

    Basic Functions Initial Settings, Custom Preset and Backup Initial settings for the various functions of the FCB camera are indicated in the “Initial settings” column. The “Custom preset” column indicates whether the custom preset function can be used to store the settings. The function enables the stored settings to be recalled automatically when the camera is turned on. The “Back up at standby” column indicates whether the data is preserved even when the camera is in the standby mode. Custom Back up Mode/Position setting Initial settings preset at standby Zoom Position Wide end   D-Zoom On/Off   D-Zoom Separate/Combine Combine   D-Zoom Position  ...

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    Basic Functions Custom Back up Mode/Position setting Initial settings preset at standby Camera Memory Same as the initial value setting   Display On/Off   Mute On/Off   Auto ICR Alarm On/Off   Image Stabilizer On/Off/Hold   High Sensitivity Mode On/Off   Gamma 0:standard   Defog On/Off   NR Level  ...

  • Page 24: Mode Condition

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  • Page 27: Command List

    Command List Command List Overview of VISCA VISCA/RS-232C Commands In VISCA, the device outputting commands, for example, a computer, is called the controller. The device receiving the commands, an FCB camera is This Manual outlines an RS-232 control protocol and called the peripheral device. In VISCA, up to seven command list for certain Sony cameras from which peripheral devices like the FCB camera can be control software can be developed. connected to one controller using communication THIS CONTROL PROTOCOL AND COMMAND conforming to the RS-232C standard. The parameters LIST IS PROVIDED BY SONY ON AN “AS-IS BASIS” of RS-232C are as follows. WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. SONY  C ommunication speed: 9.6 kbps/19.2 kbps/ DOES NOT WARRANT ANY PARTICULAR RESULT 38.4 kbps/115.2 kbps FROM THE USE OF THIS CONTROL PROTOCOL  Data bits : 8 AND COMMAND LIST AND DISCLAIMS AND  Start bit : 1 EXCLUDES ALL WARRANTIES. EXPRESS OR  Stop bit : 1 IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THAT CONTROL  Non parity PROTOCOL AND COMMAND LIST, INCLUDING, Flow control using XON/XOFF and RTS/CTS, etc., is...

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    Command List VISCA Communication Specifications VISCA packet structure The basic unit of VISCA communication is called a packet. The first byte of the packet is called the header and comprises the sender’s and receiver’s addresses. For example, the header of the packet sent to the FCB camera assigned address 1 from the controller (address 0) is hexadecimal 81h. The packet sent to the camera assigned address 2 is 82h. In the command list, as the header is 8X, input the address of the camera at X. The header of the reply packet from the camera assigned address 1 is 90h. The packet from the camera assigned address 2 is A0h. Some of the commands for setting cameras can be sent to all devices at one time (broadcast). In the case of broadcast, the header should be hexadecimal 88h. When the terminator is FFh, it signifies the end of the packet. Packet (3 to 16 bytes) Header Message (1 to 14 bytes) Terminator Byte 1 Byte 2 Byte 3 Sender’s address...

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    Command List Responses for commands and inquiries The ACKNOWLEDGE message is not returned for these commands and inquiries, and only the  A CKNOWLEDGE message completion message of socket number 0 is returned. Returned by the FCB camera when it receives a Command execution cancel command. No ACKNOWLEDGE message is returned for inquiries. To cancel a command which has already been sent, send the Cancel command as the next command. To  C ompletion message cancel one of any two commands which have been Returned by the FCB camera when execution of sent, use the cancel message. commands or inquiries is completed. In the case of inquiry commands, it will contain reply data for the Cancel Packet Note inquiry after the 3rd byte of the packet. If the Cancel 8X 2Y FF Y = socket number ACKNOWLEDGE message is omitted, the socket X = 1 to 7: FCB camera address, Y = socket number number will contain 0.

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    8X 09 00 02 FF Y0 50 GG GG HH HH JJ JJ KK FF GGGG = Vender ID (0020: Sony) HHHH = Model ID 0467: FCB-EV7500 JJJJ = ROM revision KK = Maximum socket #(02) X = 1 to 7: FCB camera address (For inquiry packet)

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    Command List VISCA Command/ACKNOWLEDGE Protocol Command Command Message Reply Message Comments General Command 81 01 04 38 02 FF 90 41 FF Returns ACKNOWLEDGE when a command has been accepted, (Example) (ACKNOWLEDGE)+90 51 FF and Completion when a command has been executed. (Completion) 90 42 FF 90 52 FF 81 01 04 38 FF 90 60 02 FF (Syntax Error) Accepted a command which is not supported or a command (Example) lacking parameters. 81 01 04 38 02 FF 90 60 03 FF There are two commands currently being executed, and the (Example) (Command Buffer Full) command could not be accepted. 81 01 04 08 02 FF 90 61 41 FF Could not execute the command in the current mode. (Example) (Command Not Executable) 90 62 41 FF Inquiry Command 81 09 04 38 FF 90 50 02 FF (Completion) ACKNOWLEDGE is not returned for the inquiry command.

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    Command List VISCA Camera-Issued Messages ACKNOWLEDGE/Completion Messages Command Messages Comments ACKNOWLEDGE z0 4y FF Returned when the command is accepted. (y:Socket No.) Completion z0 5y FF Returned when the command has been executed. (y:Socket No.) z = Device address + 8 Error Messages Command Messages Comments Syntax Error z0 60 02 FF Returned when the command format is different or when a command with illegal command parameters is accepted. Command Buffer Full z0 60 03 FF Indicates that two sockets are already being used (executing two commands) and the command could not be accepted when received. Command Canceled z0 6y 04 FF Returned when a command which is being executed in a socket specified by the cancel (y:Socket No.) command is canceled. The completion message for the command is not returned. No Socket z0 6y 05 FF Returned when no command is executed in a socket specified by the cancel command, (y:Socket No.) or when an invalid socket number is specified.

  • Page 33: Fcb Camera Commands

    Command List FCB Camera Commands Command List (1/6) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments AddressSet Broadcast 88 30 01 FF Address setting IF_Clear – 8x 01 00 01 FF I/F Clear Broadcast 88 01 00 01 FF CommandCancel – 8x 2p FF p: Socket No. (=1 or 2) CAM_Power 8x 01 04 00 02 FF Power ON/OFF Off (Standby) 8x 01 04 00 03 FF CAM_Zoom Stop 8x 01 04 07 00 FF Tele (Standard) 8x 01 04 07 02 FF Wide (Standard) 8x 01 04 07 03 FF Tele (Variable) 8x 01 04 07 2p FF p=0 (Low) to 7 (High)

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    Command List Command List (2/6) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments CAM_WB Auto 8x 01 04 35 00 FF Normal Auto Indoor 8x 01 04 35 01 FF Indoor mode Outdoor 8x 01 04 35 02 FF Outdoor mode One Push WB 8x 01 04 35 03 FF One Push WB mode 8x 01 04 35 04 FF Auto Tracing White Balance Manual 8x 01 04 35 05 FF Manual Control mode One Push Trigger 8x 01 04 10 05 FF One Push WB Trigger Outdoor Auto 8x 01 04 35 06 FF Outdoor auto Sodium Lamp Auto 8x 01 04 35 07 FF Auto including sodium lamp source Sodium Lamp 8x 01 04 35 08 FF Sodium lamp source fixed mode Sodium Lamp Outdoor 8x 01 04 35 09 FF...

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    Command List Command List (3/6) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments CAM_ExpComp 8x 01 04 3E 02 FF Exposure Compensation ON/OFF Off 8x 01 04 3E 03 FF Reset 8x 01 04 0E 00 FF Exposure Compensation Amount Setting 8x 01 04 0E 02 FF Down 8x 01 04 0E 03 FF Direct 8x 01 04 4E 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: ExpComp Position CAM_BackLight 8x 01 04 33 02 FF Back Light Compensation ON/OFF 8x 01 04 33 03 FF CAM_SpotAE 8x 01 04 59 02 FF Spot Automatic Exposure Setting 8x 01 04 59 03 FF Position 8x 01 04 29 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pq: X (0 to F), rs: Y (0 to F) CAM_AE_Response Direct 8x 01 04 5D pp FF pp: Automatic Exposure Response Setting (01h to 30h), default value: 01 CAM_WD 8x 01 04 3D 02 FF...

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    Command List Command List (4/6) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments CAM_ICR 8x 01 04 01 02 FF Infrared Mode ON/OFF 8x 01 04 01 03 FF CAM_AutoICR 8x 01 04 51 02 FF Auto dark-field mode On/Off Off 8x 01 04 51 03 FF Threshold 8x 01 04 21 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: ICR ON  OFF Threshold Level CAM 8x 01 04 31 02 FF Auto ICR switching Alarm ON/OFF _AutoICRAlarmReply 8x 01 04 31 03 FF (Reply) y0 07 04 31 02 FF ICR OFF  ON y0 07 04 31 03 FF ICR ON  OFF CAM_Stabilizer 8x 01 04 34 02 FF Stabilizer ON/OFF/HOLD 8x 01 04 34 03 FF Hold 8x 01 04 34 00 FF CAM_Memory Reset 8x 01 04 3F 00 0p FF p: Memory Number (=0h to Fh)

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    Command List Command List (5/6) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments CAM_IDWrite — 8x 01 04 22 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Camera ID (=0000h to FFFFh) CAM_MD 8x 01 04 1B 02 FF Motion Detection (MD) On/Off 8x 01 04 1B 03 FF Function Set 8x 01 04 1C 0m 0n 0p 0q 0r 0s FF m: Display mode n: Detection Frame Set (00h to 0Fh) pq: Threshold Level (00h to FFh) rs: Interval Time set (00h to FFh) Window Set 8x 01 04 1D 0m 0p 0q 0r 0s FF m: Select Detection Frame (0, 1, 2, 3) p: Start Horizontal Position (00h to 0Fh) q: Start Vertical Position (00h to 07h) r: Stop Horizontal Position (01h to 10h) s: Stop Vertical Position (01h to 08h) Alarm (Reply) y0 07 04 1B 0p FF p: Detection Frame Number CAM_Continuous 8x 01 04 69 02 FF ZoomPosition data Continuous Output On/Off ZoomPosReply 8x 01 04 69 03 FF (Reply) y0 07 04 69 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q 0q FF pp: D-Zoom Position...

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    Command List Command List (6/6) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments CAM_ExExpComp Reset 8x 01 04 1F 0E 00 00 FF Exposure compensation reset 8x 01 04 1F 0E 02 pp FF Exposure compensation up pp: Step number pp=00h to 7Fh (However, 00h is the same operation as 01h.) Down 8x 01 04 1F 0E 03 pp FF Exposure compensation down pp: Step number pp=00h to 7Fh (However, 00h is the same operation as 01h.) Direct 8x 01 04 1F 4E 00 00 0p 0q FF Set the exposure compensation to the specified level pq: Level pq=00h to FFh CAM_ExAperture Reset 8x 01 04 1F 02 00 00 FF Aperture control reset 8x 01 04 1F 02 02 pp FF Aperture control up pp: Step number pp=00h to 7Fh (However, 00h is the same operation as 01h.) Down 8x 01 04 1F 02 03 pp FF Aperture control down pp: Step number pp=00h to 7Fh (However, 00h is the same operation as 01h.) Direct...

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    Command List Inquiry Command List (1/3) Inquiry Command Command Packet Inquiry Packet Comments CAM_PowerInq 8x 09 04 00 FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF Off (Standby) CAM_ZoomPosInq 8x 09 04 47 FF y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Zoom Position CAM_DZoomModeInq 8x 09 04 06 FF y0 50 02 FF D-Zoom On y0 50 03 FF D-Zoom Off CAM_DZoomC/SModeInq 8x 09 04 36 FF y0 50 00 FF Combine Mode y0 50 01 FF Separate Mode CAM_DZoomPosInq 8x 09 04 46 FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: D-Zoom Position CAM_FocusModeInq 8x 09 04 38 FF y0 50 02 FF Auto Focus y0 50 03 FF...

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    Command List Inquiry Command List (2/3) Inquiry Command Command Packet Inquiry Packet Comments CAM_SpotAEModeInq 8x 09 04 59 FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF CAM_SpotAEPosInq 8x 09 04 29 FF y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pq: X position, rs: Y position CAM_WDModeInq 8x 09 04 3D FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF y0 50 06 FF VE On CAM_WDParameterInq 8x 09 04 2D FF y0 50 00 0q 0r 0s 0t 0u 00 00 FF q: Display brightness level (0: Dark to 6: Bright) r: Brightness compensation selection (0: Very dark, 1: Dark, 2: Standard, 3: Bright) s: Compensation level (00h: Low, 01h: Mid, 02h: High) tu: Always 0 CAM_AE_ResponseInq 8x 09 04 5D FF y0 50 pp FF pp: 01h to 30h CAM_DefogInq 8x 09 04 37 FF y0 50 02 00 FF...

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    Command List Inquiry Command List (3/3) Inquiry Command Command Packet Inquiry Packet Comments CAM_MuteModeInq 8x 09 04 75 FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF CAM_PrivacyDisplayInq 8x 09 04 77 FF y0 50 pp pp pp pp FF pp pp pp pp: Mask Display (0: OFF, 1: ON) CAM_PrivacyPanTiltInq 8x 09 04 79 FF y0 50 0p 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q FF ppp: Pan qqq: Tilt CAM_PrivacyPTZInq 8x 09 04 7B mm FF y0 50 0p 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q 0r 0r 0r 0r mm: Mask Settings ppp: Pan qqq: Tilt rrrr: Zoom CAM_PrivacyMonitorInq 8x 09 04 6F FF y0 50 pp pp pp pp FF pp pp pp pp: Mask is displayed now. CAM_IDInq 8x 09 04 22 FF y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Camera ID CAM_VersionInq 8x 09 00 02 FF...

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    Command List Block Inquiry Command List Lens Control System Inquiry Commands ..... Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 00 FF Byte Comments Byte Comments Byte Comments Destination Address Source Address Focus Near Limit (H) 0 Completion Message (50h) DZoomMode 0: Combine 1: Separate 0: Normal 1: Interval 2: Zoom Trigger Focus Near Limit (L) AF Sensitivity 0: Low 1: Normal Digital Zoom 1: On 0: Off Focus Mode 0: Manual 1: Auto Zoom Position (HH) Focus Position (HH) Low Contrast Detection 1: Yes 0: No...

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    Command List Camera Control System Inquiry Commands ....Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 01 FF Byte Comments Byte Comments Byte Comments Destination Address Source Address WB Mode Gain Position 0 Completion Message (50h) Bright Position Aperture Gain Exposure Mode R Gain (H) Exposure Comp. Position 1 Terminator (FFh) High-Resolution 1: On 0: Off WD (1: Other than Off, 0: Off) Spot AE 1: On 0: Off Back Light 1: On 0: Off R Gain (L) Exposure Comp. 1: On 0: Off Slow Shutter 1: On 0: Off Shutter Position B Gain (H) Iris Position...

  • Page 44

    Command List Other Inquiry Commands ..........Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 02 FF Byte Comments Byte Comments Byte Comments Destination Address Memory 1: Provided 0: Not provided Source Address ICR 1: Provided 0: Not provided 0 Completion Message (50h) Stabilizer 1: Provided 0: Not provided System 1: 1/50, 1/25 0: 1/60, 1/30 Auto ICR Alarm (1: On, 0: Off) Auto ICR 1: On 0: Off Camera ID (HH) Power 1: On 0: Off Stabilizer 1: On 0: Off Stabilizer Hold 1: Hold 0: Off 1 Terminator (FFh) ICR 1: On 0: Off Freeze 1: On 0: Off LR Reverse 1: On 0: Off Camera ID (HL) Privacy Zone 1: On 0: Off Mute 1: On 0: Off Title Display 1: On 0: Off...

  • Page 45

    Command List Enlargement Function1 Query Command ....Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 03 FF Byte Comments Byte Comments Byte Comments Destination Address Color Gain (0h (60%) to Eh (200%)) Advanced Privacy Source Address AF Interval Time (H) (1: Provided, 0: Not provided) Reserved Picture flip (1: Provided, 0 Completion Message (50h) 0: Not provided) AF Interval Time (L) AE Response Gamma High Sensitivity mode Digital Zoom Position (H) SpotAE Position (X) (1: ON, 0: OFF) NR Level Chroma Suppress Digital Zoom Position (L) SpotAE Position (Y)

  • Page 46

    Command List Enlargement Function2 Query Command ....Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 04 FF Byte Comments Byte Comments Byte Comments Destination Address Source Address Compensation level 0: Low 1: Mid 2: High 0 Completion Message (50h) Defog mode 0: OFF 1: ON WD mode 0: OFF 1: ON 2: VE On 1 Terminator (FFh) Display brightness level setting 0: Dark to 6: Bright Brightness compensation selection 0: Very dark 1: Dark 2: Standard 3: Bright...

  • Page 47

    Command List Enlargement Function3 Query Command ....Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 05 FF Byte Comments Byte Comments Byte Comments Destination Address Reserved Reserved Source Address 0 Completion Message (50h) Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Color Hue (0h(− 14 degrees) to Eh(+ 14 degrees)) Reserved Reserved Reserved 1 Terminator (FFh) Reserved Reserved Reserved...

  • Page 48

    Command List VISCA Command Setting Values Exposure control (1/2) Gain 28 step 59.94/29.97 50/25 mode 26 step mode Shutter Speed 24 step 1/10000 1/10000 22 step 1/6000 1/6000 20 step 1/4000 1/3500 18 step 1/3000 1/2500 16 step 1/2000 1/1750 14 step 1/1500 1/1250 12 step 1/1000 1/1000 10 step 1/725 1/600 8 step 1/500...

  • Page 49

    Command List Exposure control (2/2) Zoom Ratio and Zoom Position (for reference) IRIS GAIN Bright Zoom Ratio Optical Zoom F1.6 28 step ×30 Lens Position Data F1.6 26 step ×1 0000 F1.6 24 step ×2 16A1 F1.6 22 step ×3 2063 ×4 2628 F1.6 20 step ×5 2A1D...

  • Page 50

    Command List Digital Zoom Combine mode Lens control Digital Zoom Digital Zoom 0000 to 4000 to 7AC0 Ratio Position Data Zoom Position Wide end Optical Digital ×1 4000 Tele end Tele end ×2 6000 1000 to F000 Focus Position ×3 6A80 Far end Near end ×4 7000 1000: Over Inf ×5 7300 2000: 20 m ×6 7540 3000: 10 m ×7 76C0 4000: 6 m ×8 7800 ×9...

  • Page 51: Register Setting

    Command List Temperature Reading Conversion Value Register Setting (Reference Value) The register settings are enabled when the power is turned off and then back on again. After turning the power back on again, verify that the mode settings have Reading Value Temperature pq (hex) Conversion been changed. Value (ºC) Register No. Value −8 to −2 VISCA 9600 bps −3 to +3 Baud Rate (Default value) 7 to 13 19200 bps 38400 bps 17 to 23 115200 bps 27 to 33 Monitoring 1080i/59.94 37 to 43 Mode (Default value) 47 to 53...

  • Page 52

    Command List Register No. Value FocusTrace @ZoomDirect (Default value: 01) FocusOffset 00-FF 00: None to @DomeCover (Default value: 00) FF: Max. Enlargement bit: 0 Exposure compensation 256 Mode levels enlargement ON/OFF bit: 1 Aperture 256 levels enlargement ON/OFF bit: 2 Color Gain/Hue 256 levels enlargement ON/OFF bit: 3 Auto ICR OFF→ON setting enable ON/OFF *For all of bit, 1 is to activate, 0 is Others AF Active Time AF Interval Time Spot AE X position Spot AE Y position R Gain B Gain Aperture Level AE Response AutoICR ON  OFF Threshold Level MD Threshold Level MD Interval Time MD Set Horizontal Position MD Set Vertical Position Chroma Suppress setting level Color Gain setting level Color Hue setting level...

  • Page 53: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications Imager 1/2.8 Type Exmor CMOS Sensor Electronic shutter speed Picture elements 2140K pixels 1/1 sec to 1/10000 sec (22 steps) Lens 30× zoom White balance AUTO, ATW, Indoor, Outdoor, One F= 4.3 mm (WIDE) to 129 mm Push WB, Manual WB, Outdoor (TELE), F1.6 to F4.7 Auto, Sodium Vapor Lamp (Fix/ Zoom movement speed Auto/Outdoor Auto) Optical WIDE – Optical TELE Gain Auto/Manual (0 to 28 step) 4.6 sec (Focus Tracking ON) Max. Gain Limit (6 to 28 step) 3.2 sec (Focus Tracking OFF) Wide dynamic range Optical WIDE – Digital TELE ON/OFF 6.7 sec (29.97p/59.94p mode) Noise reduction 7.1 sec (25p/50p mode) ON/OFF (level 5 to 1 / OFF, 6 steps) Digital WIDE – Digital TELE Defog mode ON/OFF 2.2 sec (29.97p/59.94p mode) Color Enhancement 2.7 sec (25p/50p mode) ON/OFF Focus Movement time Aperture control 16 steps ∞ to Near 1.1 sec Preset...

  • Page 54

    Specifications Interface • The FCB-EV7500 uses the LVDS transmitter IC chip. The LVDS receiver IC chip (e.g., THC63LVD104C) is recommended. • Recommended connectors and cables Cable: #42 thin coaxial cable Connector: USL20-30S (KEL)

  • Page 55

    Specifications LVDS receiver circuit example (Single output) R613 0.1u 0.1u PGND_1 PGND_108 C608 C607 PVCC_2 PVCC_107 FB602 RESERVED VCC_106 PDWN CONT12 MODE0 CONT11 MODE1 VSYNC HSYNC MODE2 0.1u 0.1u GND_98 C610 C609 VCC_12 VCC_97 GND_13 0.1u 0.1u GND_89 C612 C611 VCC_21 VCC_88 GND_22...

  • Page 56

    Specifications LVDS receiver circuit example (Double output) R613 0.1u 0.1u PGND_1 PGND_108 C608 C607 PVCC_2 PVCC_107 FB602 RESERVED VCC_106 PDWN CONT12 MODE0 CONT11 MODE1 VSYNC HSYNC MODE2 0.1u 0.1u GND_98 C610 C609 VCC_12 VCC_97 GND_13 0.1u 0.1u GND_89 C612 C611 VCC_21 VCC_88 GND_22...

  • Page 57

    Specifications LVDS receiver IC (example: THC63LVD104C) Pin assignment LVDS input - CMOS/TTL output Pin No. Description Signal Pin No. Description Signal GND1 TEST VCC3 GND4 VCC4 RA− RXIN0− RXIN0+ RB− RXIN1− RXIN1+ LVCC RC− RXIN2− VCC2 RXIN2+ PCLK− RXCLKIN− PCLK+ RXCLKIN+ LGND RD−...

  • Page 58

    Specifications DIGITAL Image Output Y, Cb, Cr 4:2:2 FORMAT Color coding complies with BT709.

  • Page 59

    Specifications Synchronized codes Active Video Area or Non-active Video Area XX for SAV XX for EAV Active Video Area First Field Non-active Video Area Active Video Area Second Field Non-active Video Area...

  • Page 60

    Specifications Synchronized codes Interlace system (Comparable to SMPTE 274 M) Blanking Non-active Video Area    Active Video Area  First Field Blanking Blanking  Non-active Video Area  Non-active Video Area Blanking    Active Video Area ...

  • Page 61

    Specifications Synchronized codes Progressive system (Comparable to SMPTE 274 M, 296 M) Blanking Non-active Video Area   Blanking Active Video Area   Blanking Non-active Video Area    SAV for Active Video Area  SAV for Non-active Video Area ...

  • Page 62

    Specifications Dimensions Front Back Bottom Within a depth of 3 mm ( in.) or less form the bottom surface Within a depth of 3 mm ( in.) or less form the top surface Within a depth of 3 mm ( in.) or less form the side Within a depth of 3 mm (...

  • Page 63

    Specifications CN501 Pin assignment Kyocera-elco 046240024006800+ Pin No. Name Level CMOS 5 V (Low: Max 0.1 V, High: min 4.4 V) CMOS 5 V (Low: MAX 1.0 V, High: min 2.3 V) RESET Reset: Low (GND), Normal: Open (1.8V) VBS-OUT Y-OUT HD Analog Component CN401 KEL Co. USL00-30L-C Pb-OUT HD Analog Component Pin No. Name Level Pr-OUT HD Analog Component TXOUT3+ TXOUT3− DC IN 6 to 12 V DC TXCLKOUT+ DC IN 6 to 12 V DC TXCLKOUT− DC IN 6 to 12 V DC TXOUT2+ DC IN 6 to 12 V DC TXOUT2−...

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