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Specifications - Pioneer ND-BC20PA Owner's Manual

Digital parking assistance camera
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D. Guideline (On/Off)
Returning to Default
Settings
This is used to switch the vertical and
horizontal guidelines on and off.
The product can be reset to the default settings.
1. Press the ENTER button.
Reset to default settings in the following
2. Select on or off for the guidelines
situations:
with the + and – buttons.
The position of the camera has changed.
The vehicle on which the camera is installed has
3. Press the ENTER button.
changed.
4. Press the ENTER button twice.
1. Press the MODE and ENTER but-
Return to step 5 of "Changing Basic
tons simultaneously.
Settings or Other Settings".
Note:
Press the MODE button to cancel resetting to
default settings.
2. Press the ENTER button.
All of the settings are returned to the
default settings.
Screen Display
Two types of screen displays are available with
this product.
Normal Angle Mode:
This is used when displaying the normal rear
view camera image.
Vertical guidelines Horizontal guidelines
High Angle Mode:
This displays the view from directly overhead.
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3) Cut one strip of masking tape,
Changing the Screen
approximately 15 feet (4.5 meter) in
Display Mode
length, and place on the parking surface
from the center of the rear bumper
extending back. This strip will indicate
1. Press the MODE button when the
the centerline of the vehicle and will
rear view camera image is displayed.
be used in both the Basic Settings and
The screen display mode changes in the
Advanced Settings.
manner described below each time the
MODE button is pressed.
Step 2
Normal angle mode ↔ High angle mode
Note:
The screen display mode returns to the normal
angle mode prior to being changed when the
engine is turned off.
Step 1
Step 3
Optional Advanced Setup
Preparation
To improve accuracy, the optional setup will
use a grid of masking tape to provide a visual
representation similar to the on-screen setting
of the system. To complete this procedure,
you will need approximately 54 feet (18 yards)
(16.5 meter) of 2 inch (5 centimeter) wide
masking tape (or wider).
Please see the image below and follow these
steps to complete the procedure:
1) Cut one strip of masking tape equal
to the width of the vehicle. Place the
masking tape on the parking surface
approximately 3 feet (1 meter) from
and parallel to the rear bumper. This
strip of masking tape will be the
indicator used to adjust the RED line in
Advanced Settings – Step C. Guideline
(Distance).
2) Cut two strips of masking tape,
approximately 15 feet (4.5 meter) in
length, and place them on the parking
surface in the position shown in the
image below, parallel to the sides of the
vehicle and extending to the rear. These
strips represent the width of the vehicle,
and will be used instead of the painted
parking lines in both the Basic Settings
and Advanced Settings.
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When there is a steep downgrade behind
Discrepancies Between Screen
the vehicle:
Display and Actual Road Surface
When there is a steep downgrade behind
the vehicle, the horizontal guidelines appear
Discrepancies in distance and the course over
farther to the rear than the actual distances.
which the vehicle is traveling may occur
When there is an obstacle present on a steep
between the horizontal guidelines on the
downgrade, the obstacle appears to be closer
screen and actual road surface in the following
than it actually is. Similarly, discrepancies also
situations.
occur in the course over which the vehicle is
When there is a steep upgrade behind the
traveling between the horizontal guidelines and
the actual road surface.
vehicle:
The horizontal guidelines serve as a reference
for distance relative to a flat road surface.
Consequently, when there is a steep upgrade
behind the vehicle, the horizontal guidelines
appear closer to you than the actual distances.
For example, in the case of an obstacle present
on a steep upgrade, the obstacle appears to
➀ Horizontal guidelines
be farther away than it actually is. Similarly,
discrepancies also occur in the course over
➁ Vehicle status
which the vehicle is traveling between the
➂ Discrepancy
horizontal guidelines and the actual road
When the vehicle is on an incline:
surface.
Discrepancies may occur between the display
and the actual distance and course over which
the vehicle is traveling when the vehicle is on
an incline due to the number of passengers or
payload.
➀ Horizontal guidelines
➁ Vehicle status
➂ Discrepancy
➀ Vehicle status
➁ Discrepancy
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Specifications

Common Units
Power source ......................................................... DC 14.4 V (allowable range: 10.8 V to 15.1 V)
Grounding system ................................................. Negative ground type
Max. current consumption .................................... Approx. 250 mA
Output image ........................................................ Mirror image (for rear view confirmation)
Video output .......................................................... 1 Vp-p (75 Ω)
External Dimensions
Rear view camera ................................................. 27 (W) × 27 (H) × 26 (D) mm
1 (W) × 1 (H) × 1 (D) in.
Image processing unit power supply ..................... 84 (W) × 20 (H) × 65 (D) mm
3-1/4 (W) × 3/4 (H) × 2-1/2 (D) in.
Button unit ............................................................. 27 (W) × 27 (H) × 13 (D) mm
1 (W) × 1 (H) × 1/2 (D) in.
Weights
Rear view camera ................................................. 150 g (0.3 lbs) (including cable)
Image processing unit power supply ..................... 200 g (0.44 lbs) (including power cord)
Button unit ............................................................. 95 g (0.2 lbs) (including cable)
Camera Unit
Imaging sensor ...................................................... 1/4-inch color CCD sensor
No. of pixels .......................................................... 492 (vertical) × 512 (horizontal)
(total no. of pixels: approx. 270 000, effective
no. of pixels: approx. 250 000)
Lens ....................................................................... Wide-angle, focal length: 1.53 mm, F value: 2.8
Angle of view ....................................................... Horizontal: approx. 135˚, vertical: approx. 100˚
IR cutoff (special vehicle-mounted) filter ............. Provided
Iris system .............................................................. Electronic iris
Scanning system .................................................... Interlace
Synchronizing system ............................................ Internal synchronization
Signal-to-noise ratio .............................................. 40 dB or more
Horizontal resolution ............................................. Approx. 300 TV lines
Illumination range ................................................. Approx. 1.5 lux to 100 000 lux
Operating temperature range ................................. −30 ˚C to +70 ˚C
−22 ˚F to +158 ˚F
Storage temperature range ..................................... −40 ˚C to +85 ˚C
−40 ˚F to +185 ˚F
Note:
Specifications and the design are subject to possible modification without prior notice due to improvements.
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