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Operating Instructions
AK-UCU600P
Model No.
AK-UCU600PS
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AK-UCU600E
Model No.
AK-UCU600ES
Model No.
Camera Control Unit
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  • Page 1

    Operating Instructions Camera Control Unit AK-UCU600P Model No. AK-UCU600PS Model No. AK-UCU600E Model No. AK-UCU600ES Model No. Please carefully read this manual, and save this manual for future use. Before using this product, be sure to read “Read this first!” (pages 2 to 6).

  • Page 2: Read This First

    Read this first! Read this first! CAUTION: CAUTION To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock and annoying RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK interference, use the recommended accessories only. DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).

  • Page 3

    Read this first! For AK-UCU600P, AK-UCU600PS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1) Read these instructions. 2) Keep these instructions. 3) Heed all warnings. 4) Follow all instructions. 5) Do not use this apparatus near water. 6) Clean only with dry cloth. 7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

  • Page 4

    Fuse If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained. Fuse A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic Dealer indicates safety information. - 4 -...

  • Page 5

    Read this first! EMC NOTICE FOR THE PURCHASER/USER OF THE APPARATUS 1. Pre-requisite conditions to achieving compliance with the above standards <1> Peripheral equipment to be connected to the apparatus and special connecting cables • The purchaser/user is urged to use only equipment which has been recommended by us as peripheral equipment to be connected to the apparatus.

  • Page 6

    Read this first! Manufactured by: Panasonic Corporation, Osaka, Japan Importer’s name and address of pursuant to EU rules: Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH Panasonic Testing Centre Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany Disposal of Old Equipment Only for European Union and countries with recycling systems This symbol on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents means that used electrical and electronic products must not be mixed with general household waste.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Read this first! ............. 2 OPERATION ..............48 SYSTEM MODE ............49 Introduction ..............9 OUT FORMAT(UHD) ..........53 How to View This Manual ..........9 OUT FORMAT(HD) ............55 About trademarks and registered trademarks .....9 OUT FORMAT(UHD_HDR) ........57 About copyright ............9 OUT FORMAT(HD_HDR) ..........59 Illustrations and screen displays featured in the SETTING(1/2) ............60...

  • Page 8

    Table of Contents Reference ..............123 Connector pin assignment table ........123 Front panel ...............123 Rear panel ...............123 Front panel [G/L ON] indicator specifications ..130 Appearance ..............131 Specifications ............132 Index ................. 134 - 8 -...

  • Page 9: Introduction

    Introduction Introduction How to View This Manual About trademarks and registered trademarks ● Microsoft ® , Windows ® , Windows ® 7, Windows ® 8, Windows ® 8.1, Windows ® 10, Internet Explorer ® , ActiveX ® and DirectX ® either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.

  • Page 10: Abbreviations

    For the purposes of this manual, the model numbers of the units are given as listed in the table below. Model number of unit Model number given in manual AK-UC4000G AK-UC4000 AK-UC4000GS AK-HRP1000G AK-HRP1000 AK-HRP1005G AK-HRP1005 AK-UCU600P AK-UCU600PS AK-UCU600 AK-UCU600E AK-UCU600ES AK-MSU1000G AK-MSU1000 - 10 -...

  • Page 11: Overview

    Introduction Overview This camera control unit (CCU) is designed to be used with the 4K studio camera (AK-UC4000; sold separately). Connect it to the 4K studio camera (hereinafter referred to as the camera) with an optical fiber multi cable (sold separately). You can use the unit to input and output the video signals of various formats.* The unit supports 12G/6G/3G-HD/HD-SDI outputs, analog composite outputs, HD/SD-SDI return inputs, VBS return inputs, and prompter inputs (HD-SDI, analog composite).

  • Page 12: Notice

    ® Disclaimer of warranty IN NO EVENT SHALL Panasonic Corporation BE LIABLE TO ANY PARTY OR ANY PERSON, EXCEPT FOR REPLACEMENT OR REASONABLE MAINTENANCE OF THE PRODUCT, FOR THE CASES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO BELOW: ● ANY DAMAGE AND LOSS, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, DIRECT OR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THE PRODUCT;...

  • Page 13: Network Security

    4 GB to 32 GB SDXC: 64 GB For the latest information not described in the Operating Instructions, refer to the following website. https://pro-av.panasonic.net/ Observe the following points when using and storing this unit. ● Avoid high temperature and humidity. ● Avoid water droplets.

  • Page 14: Features

    Introduction Features 4K and HD format simultaneous operation possible (when using AK-UC4000) As a standard feature, this unit incorporates 4K video (UHD) output, HD high speed video output, HD video signal output, and analog composite video signals that are available when this unit is used in combination with AK-UC4000. BAR ID display Characters can be displayed on the color bar signals so as to identify the output source of the images, and then output.

  • Page 15: Accessories

    Power cable Rack mount adapters* ……………2 ● for AK-UCU600P / AK-UCU600PS……………1 “Mounting the rack mount adapters” (see page 18) ● for AK-UCU600E / AK-UCU600ES……………2 *1: The screws for the rack mount adapters come attached to the unit. - 15 -...

  • Page 16: Precautions For Use

    ● This product includes MIT Licensed software. ● This product includes BSD Licensed software. ● For details on obtaining the source codes, visit the following website. https://pro-av.panasonic.net/ However, do not contact Panasonic for questions regarding obtained source codes. - 16 -...

  • Page 17: Precautions For Installation

    Introduction Precautions for Installation In addition to the safety precautions given in “Read this first!”, also observe the following instructions. Be sure to ask your dealer to perform the installation and connection work for the unit. Connecting a power supply ●...

  • Page 18: Mounting The Unit In A Rack

    Introduction Mounting the unit in a rack Mounting the rack mount adapters 1. Remove the setting legs (A) secured to the unit. Remove them using a Phillips screwdriver. 2. Mount the supplied rack mount adapters (B). ● Mounting screws are not supplied. Use mounting screws removed from the unit using a Phillips screwdriver. Tighten the mounting screws for rack mount adapters using a torque of 110 N·m or more.

  • Page 19: Connection

    Connection Connection System configuration Serial connection Use the optical fiber multi cable (sold separately) to connect the unit and camera. Use a ROP cable to connect the unit to the ROP (AK-HRP1000 / AK-HRP1005). For the connection procedure, see "Equipment connections." “Equipment connections”...

  • Page 20: Equipment Connections

    Connection Equipment connections ● Before proceeding with the connections, check that the power of the unit and camera is OFF. ● Use the optical fiber multi cable to connect the unit and camera. Connect only the AK-UC4000 camera: Do not connect any other model. ●...

  • Page 21: Parts And Their Functions

    Parts and their functions Parts and their functions Front panel 1 [POWER] switch This is the unit’s power switch. Move it to the ON position to turn on the power. ON ( ) OFF ( [POWER] lamp This lights when [POWER] switch is set to ON and power is supplied to the unit. [CAMERA POWER] button When you press the [CAMERA POWER] button, the unit begins supplying power to the camera.

  • Page 22: Front Panel 2

    Parts and their functions Front panel 2 [STATUS] indicators Lights to indicate the unit status. ● [G/L ON] indicator Lights when the external sync signal is synchronized. “Front panel [G/L ON] indicator specifications” (see page 130) ● [FAN] indicator Lights when the rotation speed of the unit's cooling fan drops below the normal value. ●...

  • Page 23: Front Panel 3

    Parts and their functions Front panel 3 [MENU] button When you hold down the [MENU] button, the menu screen is displayed on the picture monitor and the [MENU] button lights. If you hold down the [MENU] button while the menu is displayed, the menu closes and the [MENU] button turns off.

  • Page 24: Rear Panel 1

    Parts and their functions Rear panel 1 [UHD/HS/HD SDI OUT] UHD (connects to the AK-UC4000), HS and 3G-HD, HD video signal output connectors (BNC). connectors [1] to [4] Signals output can be selected from the CCU menu. “OUT FORMAT(UHD)” (see page 53) “OUT FORMAT(HD)”...

  • Page 25

    Parts and their functions [REF] connectors These connectors (BNC) are for inputting reference signals. Black burst (BB) signals and tri-level sync signals can be input, and the type of signals input is recognized automatically.* When no cable is connected to the loop-through output connector (B), the connector is automatically terminated at 75 Ω.

  • Page 26: Rear Panel 2

    Parts and their functions Rear panel 2 [LAN] connector It is the LAN connector (RJ45) for connecting the ROP (AK-HRP1000 / AK-HRP1005) with an IP connection. Use a switch hub and connect the devices with a 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX straight cable. This connector is for connecting a personal computer when configuring Web settings.

  • Page 27: Picture Monitor (pm)

    Picture monitor (PM) Picture monitor (PM) Picture monitor displays Display the camera statuses, warnings, and other information on the picture monitor using the operation panel of the ROP. Press the [CHARA] button (A) of the ROP to display the desired information. ●...

  • Page 28: Transition Of Displays

    Picture monitor (PM) Transition of displays When trouble is detected, warning information is automatically displayed on the picture monitor. Even if status information or operation information is already displayed on the picture monitor when trouble is detected, priority is given to the display of the warning information.

  • Page 29: Information Display

    Picture monitor (PM) Information display This information is displayed on the picture monitor (PM). Warning displays The warning information is displayed when trouble is detected in the unit, camera, or optical fiber multi cable. - WARNING - CAM RCV LV L N G CCU RCV LV L N G ●...

  • Page 30: Iris Display

    Picture monitor (PM) IRIS display When the information is not displayed on the picture monitor, display it by pressing the [CHARA] button of the ROP. M EM: F5.6 F4 .8 -- ----- --+---- --- --- A. Camera number B. IRIS F value C.

  • Page 31: Status Displays

    Picture monitor (PM) Status displays From the IRIS display screen, press the [CHARA] button of the ROP to display the “status display screen”. However, when the “IRIS LEVEL” setting is “OFF”, the screen will be displayed first if the [CHARA] button of the ROP is pressed when the information is not displayed on the picture monitor.

  • Page 32

    Picture monitor (PM) Status displays (page 1 of 7) -Status1- HLG MODE SDR MODE HLG B.GAMMA HLG KNEE SDR CONV GAIN SDR CONV POINT SDR CONV SLOPE Item Display range Remarks HLG MODE The HLG mode is displayed here. SDR MODE The SDR mode is displayed here.

  • Page 33

    Picture monitor (PM) Status displays (page 2 of 7) -Status2- CAM No. CAM FAN MODE NORMAL BLACK SHADING WHITE SHADING FLARE GAMMA BLACK GAMMA KNEE WHITE CLIP DRS SW MATRIX SHUTTER Item Display range Remarks CAM No. 1 to 99 The camera number is displayed here.

  • Page 34

    Picture monitor (PM) Status displays (page 3 of 7) -Status3- GAMMA MODE M.GAIN 36dB M.GAIN VAR -2.9dB UHD DETAIL UHD SKIN TONE DETAIL HD DETAIL HD SKIN TONE DETAIL ND FILTER **** CC FILTER **** LENS EXTENDER AUTO IRIS SCENE FILE Item Display range Remarks...

  • Page 35

    Picture monitor (PM) Status displays (page 4 of 7) -Status4- ASU REF FACTORY ASU MODE OUT FULL DOWNCONVERT MODE UPCONVERT MODE RETURN1 RET1 RETURN2 RET2 RETURN3 RET3 RETURN4 RET4 Item Display range Remarks ASU REF FACTORY The reference file used during auto setup is displayed here. USER1 USER2 USER3...

  • Page 36

    Picture monitor (PM) Status displays (page 5 of 7) -Status5- SDI OUTPUT1 SDI OUTPUT2 SDI OUTPUT3 SDI OUTPUT4 SDI OUTPUT5 HD_1080i SDI OUTPUT6 HD_1080i SDI OUTPUT7 HD_1080i SDI OUTPUT8 HD_1080i NORMAL/PM 3G SDI LEVEL-A UHD OUTPUT FORMAT SQUARE HDR COLORIMETRY BT.709 Item Display range...

  • Page 37

    Picture monitor (PM) Status displays (page 6 of 7) -Status6- HD TRUNK/TICO HD TRUNK COMPOSITE Item Display range Remarks HD TRUNK/TICO HD TRUNK The signal to be output from the [HD TRUNK OUT] connector is displayed TICO here. COMPOSITE The signal to be output from the [VBS PM OUT] connector is displayed NORMAL here.

  • Page 38: Operation Displays

    Picture monitor (PM) Operation displays The operation displays appear at the bottom of the screen for approx. 4 seconds when any of the following operations have been performed with the operation panel of the ROP. ● Master gain change ● Electronic shutter change ●...

  • Page 39: Auto Displays

    Picture monitor (PM) Auto displays When the following operation is performed while no menu is displayed on the picture monitor, information on the operation performed appears at the bottom of the screen. ● AWB (Auto White Balance) function ● ABB (Auto Black Balance) function ●...

  • Page 40: Ccu Menu

    CCU menu CCU menu Menu operations While viewing the menu screen of the picture monitor, operate the [MENU] button and [SELECT] dial on the front panel. A. [MENU] button B. [SELECT] dial - 40 -...

  • Page 41: Displaying And Hiding The Menus

    CCU menu Displaying and hiding the menus Menus are displayed or hidden by the following procedure. 1. Press the [MENU] button. The [MENU] button lights and the menu (CCU MENU) is displayed. If you press the [MENU] button while the menu is displayed, the menu closes and the [MENU] button turns off. C CU MENU OPE RAT ION AUD IO...

  • Page 42: Basic Menu Operations

    CCU menu Basic menu operations Menu items are selected and set by the following procedure. 1. Turn the [SELECT] dial while in the [CCU MENU], select [OPERATION] or [MAINTENANCE], and then press the [SELECT] dial. A list of menu items included in the selected item ([OPERATION] or [MAINTENANCE]) is displayed. •...

  • Page 43

    CCU menu 3. Turn the [SELECT] dial to move the cursor to the menu item you want to set, and then press the [SELECT] dial. The setting value of the selected menu item starts flashing and you can change it. SETTING(1/2) COMPOSITE/PM ANALOG PROMPT...

  • Page 44: Operation With Menu Items That Have Multiple Setting Items On One Line

    CCU menu Operation with menu items that have multiple setting items on one line 1. Turn the [SELECT] dial to move the cursor to the menu item you want to set, and then press the [SELECT] dial. The cursor becomes “↓” and you can use the [SELECT] dial to move the cursor to a setting item in the selected menu item. BA R ID BA R ID S WI TC H BR IG HT NE SS...

  • Page 45: Text Input

    CCU menu Text input 1. Turn the [SELECT] dial to move the cursor to the menu item where text is to be input, and then press the [SELECT] dial. The cursor display changes as indicated by "↓". By turning the [SELECT] dial, you can move the cursor to the next (previous) character position.

  • Page 46

    CCU menu NOTE ● Turning the [SELECT] dial clockwise while pressing it increases the speed at which the number increases (turning it counterclockwise decreases the number). Turning the dial more increases the speed even more. This operation is effective for making a large change to a value when the setting width is large (e.g., IP address or port number).

  • Page 47: Details Page

    CCU menu CCU MENU This is the first screen displayed when you press the [MENU] button. Select one of the menus. CCU MENU OPERATION AUDIO MAINTENANCE Item Content Details page OPERATION Open the OPERATION menu screen. “OPERATION” (see page 48) AUDIO Open the AUDIO menu screen.

  • Page 48: Operation

    CCU menu OPERATION This is the selection screen for the OPERATION menu. OPERATION(1/2) SYSTEM MODE OUTPUT FORMAT(UHD) OUTPUT FORMAT(HD) OUTPUT FORMAT(UHD_HDR) OUTPUT FORMAT(HD_HDR) SETTING HD PHASE SD PHASE OPERATION(2/2) BAR ID RETURN SELECT MONITOR Item Content Details page SYSTEM MODE Display the SYSTEM MODE menu.

  • Page 49: System Mode

    CCU menu SYSTEM MODE This is the selection screen for the SYSTEM MODE menu. SYSTEM MODE FORMAT UHD(59.94) CCU MODE 2160/59.94p CAMERA NUMBER ___ indicates factory default settings. Item Setting value Setting details FORMAT UHD(59.94)* Set the CCU format. UHD(50)* ●...

  • Page 50

    1080/23.98psF 720/59.94p 1080/23PsF & over59i ● FORMAT : HD_HDR(50) 1080/50p 1080/25psF 720/50p CAMERA 1 to 99 Set the camera number to be displayed on the camera, CCU front panel, NUMBER and the ROP. *1: AK-UCU600P/600PS *2: AK-UCU600E/600ES - 50 -...

  • Page 51

    CCU menu CCU MODE and FORMAT Conditions ANALOG FORMAT  / COMPOSITE  / CCU MODE OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 OUT5 OUT6 OUT7 OUT8 UHD  ( 59.94) UHD  ( 12G): no signal 3G: 1080  / 59.94p 2160  / 59.94p 2160  / 59.94p HD: 1080 ...

  • Page 52

    CCU menu ANALOG FORMAT  / COMPOSITE  / CCU MODE OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 OUT5 OUT6 OUT7 OUT8 UHD_HDR  ( 50) UHD_HDR  ( 12G): 3G_HDR: 1080  / 50p no signal HD_HDR: 1080  / 50i 2160  / 50p 2160  / 50p HD_HDR: 1080  / 50i NORMAL ...

  • Page 53: Out Format(uhd)

    CCU menu OUT FORMAT(UHD) This is the selection screen for the OUT FORMAT (UHD) menu. OUT FORMAT(UHD)(1/2) SDI OUT1-4 UHD(12G) SDI OUT1 UHD(12G) SDI OUT2 UHD(12G) SDI OUT3 no signal SDI OUT4 no signal SDI OUT5&6 SDI OUT7 SDI OUT8 NORMAL/PM OUTPUT FORMAT SQUARE...

  • Page 54

    CCU menu Item Setting value Setting details HD SDI FORMAT 1080i Set the format for when the output format for SDI 5 to 8 is HD. 1080p When [CCU MODE] is [2160/59.94p]: 1080i When [CCU MODE] is [2160/29.97p], [2160/23.98p], [2160/29.97psF], [2160/23.98psF] or [2160/23PsF &...

  • Page 55: Out Format(hd)

    CCU menu OUT FORMAT(HD) This is the selection screen for the OUT FORMAT (HD) menu. OUT FORMAT(HD) SDI OUT1-4 SDI OUT1 SDI OUT2 SDI OUT3 SDI OUT4 SDI OUT5&6 SDI OUT7 SDI OUT8 NORMAL/PM NORMAL 3G SDI LEVEL-A ___ indicates factory default settings. Setting Item Setting details...

  • Page 56

    CCU menu Output selection conditions ANALOG FORMAT  / COMPOSITE  / CCU MODE OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 OUT5 OUT6 OUT7 OUT8 HD  ( 59.94) 1080  / 59.94p 3G  / HD NORMAL  / PM 1080  / 23PsF & over59i NORMAL  / PM 1080 ...

  • Page 57: Out Format(uhd_hdr)

    CCU menu OUT FORMAT(UHD_HDR) This is the selection screen for the OUT FORMAT(UHD_HDR) menu. OUT FORMAT(UHD_HDR)(1/2) SDI OUT1-4 UHD_HDR(12G) SDI OUT1 UHD_HDR(12G) SDI OUT2 UHD_HDR(12G) SDI OUT3 no signal SDI OUT4 no signal SDI OUT5&6 HD_HDR SDI OUT7 HD_HDR SDI OUT8 HD_HDR NORMAL/PM NORMAL...

  • Page 58

    CCU menu Item Setting value Setting details HD SDI FORMAT 1080i Set the format for when the output format for SDI 5 to 8 is HD_HDR. 1080p When [CCU MODE] is [2160/59.94p]: 1080i When [CCU MODE] is [2160/29.97p], [2160/23.98p], [2160/29.97psF], [2160/23.98psF] or [2160/23PsF &...

  • Page 59: Out Format(hd_hdr)

    CCU menu OUT FORMAT(HD_HDR) This is the selection screen for the OUT FORMAT(HD_HDR) menu. OUT FORMAT(HD_HDR) SDI OUT1-4 3G_HDR SDI OUT1 3G_HDR SDI OUT2 3G_HDR SDI OUT3 3G_HDR SDI OUT4 3G_HDR SDI OUT5&6 HD_HDR SDI OUT7 HD_HDR SDI OUT8 HD_HDR NORMAL/PM NORMAL 3G SDI...

  • Page 60: Setting(1/2)

    CCU menu SETTING(1/2) This is the selection screen for the SETTING(1/2) menu. SETTING(1/2) COMPOSITE/PM ANALOG PROMPT 1-OUT RETURN FS TRUNK1 RS422 TRUNK2 RS422 MONO SW HD BAR SELECT SMPTE BAR LPF 9TAP BAR USER1 100%WHITE BAR USER2 0%BLACK ___ indicates factory default settings. Item Setting value Setting details...

  • Page 61: Setting(2/2)

    LINK UP CONVERT Set the up-convert system. LINK C/B SETUP* Set the SD signal output for use with color bar output. COMPST ● This is only displayed when the format is 59.94 Hz. SD_SDI BOTH *1: AK-UCU600P/600PS - 61 -...

  • Page 62: Hd Phase

    CCU menu HD PHASE This is the selection screen for the HD PHASE menu. H D PHASE H D H COARSE H D H FINE V A DV ANCE ___ indicates factory default settings. Item Setting value Setting details HD H COARSE -127 to 0 to +127 Make the coarse setting of the H_FINE phase used with GL HD REF.

  • Page 63

    CCU menu SD signal phase <1080i/59.94 Hz format> SD-HD V item setting: 0H GEN LOCK BB (black burst) signal 3.58 BB (black burst) signal   (525/59.94/I) CCU_VBS/SDI (SD)_OUT VBS/SDI (SD) signal   (525/59.94/I) CCU_HD_SDI_OUT HD_SDI signal   (1125/59.94/I) 1122 1123 1124 1125 SD-HD V item setting: ADVANCE (90H) GEN LOCK BB (black burst) signal 3.58 BB (black burst) signal...

  • Page 64

    CCU menu SD signal phase <1080i/50 Hz format> SD-HD V item setting: 0H GEN LOCK BB (black burst) signal 4.43 BB (black burst) signal   (626/50/I) CCU_VBS/SDI (SD)_OUT VBS/SDI (SD) signal   (626/50/I) CCU_HD_SDI_OUT HD_SDI signal   (1125/50/I) 1122 1123 1124 1125 SD-HD V item setting: ADVANCE (75H) GEN LOCK BB (black burst) signal 4.43 BB (black burst) signal...

  • Page 65

    CCU menu HD signal phase <1080i/59.94 Hz format> SD-HD V item setting: 0H GEN LOCK tri-level sync signal Tri-level sync signal   (1125/59.94/I) 1122 1123 1124 1125 CCU_HD_SDI_OUT HD_SDI signal   (1125/59.94/I) 1122 1123 1124 1125 CCU_VBS/SDI (SD)_OUT VBS/SDI (SD) signal  ...

  • Page 66

    CCU menu HD signal phase <1080i/50 Hz format> SD-HD V item setting: 0H GEN LOCK tri-level sync signal Tri-level sync signal   (1125/50/I) 1122 1123 1124 1125 CCU_HD_SDI_OUT HD_SDI signal   (1125/50/I) 1122 1123 1124 1125 CCU_VBS/SDI (SD)_OUT VBS/SDI (SD) signal  ...

  • Page 67

    CCU menu BAR ID This is the selection screen for the BAR ID menu. B AR ID B AR I D SWITCH O FF B RI GH TNESS 10 0% I D1 P OSITION V :00 H: 00 I D1 I D2 P OSITION V :01 H: 00...

  • Page 68: Select Return

    CCU menu SELECT RETURN This is the selection screen for the SELECT RETURN menu. S ELECT RETURN S EL EC T RETURN1 RE T1 S EL EC T RETURN2 RE T2 S EL EC T RETURN3 RE T3 S EL EC T RETURN4 RE T4 ___ indicates factory default settings.

  • Page 69: Monitor

    CCU menu MONITOR This is the selection screen for the MONITOR menu. M ONITOR O FF O FF O FF S EQ O FF E NC ___ indicates factory default settings. Setting Item Setting details value For the setting details, see the following table. “MONITOR menu setting and operation”...

  • Page 70: Audio

    CCU menu AUDIO This is the selection screen for the AUDIO menu. A UDIO M IC O UT C CU I NTERCOM TALK C CU I NTERCOM RECE IVE S TA ND BY INTERCOM C OM MU NICATION I NT ER COM1 I NT ER COM2 P GM Item...

  • Page 71: Ccu Intercom Talk

    CCU menu CCU INTERCOM TALK This is the selection screen for the CCU INTERCOM TALK menu. C CU INTERCOM TAL K M IC T YPE DY N M IC P OWER OF F M IC G AIN 0d B S ID E TONE -6d B C CU I NCOM ON/OFF ___ indicates factory default settings.

  • Page 72: Stby Intercom

    CCU menu STBY INTERCOM This is the selection screen for the STBY INTERCOM menu. S TBY INTERCOM I NP UT LEVEL 0d B O UT PU T LEVEL 0d B C AN CE L LEVEL 0 .0d B S TB Y INCOM ON/OFF ___ indicates factory default settings.

  • Page 73: Intercom1

    CCU menu INTERCOM1 This is the selection screen for the INTERCOM1 menu. I NTERCOM1 4 W/ RT S/CLRCOM 4 W IN PUT GAIN 0d B 4 W IN PUT LEVEL 0d B 4 W OU TPUT LEVEL 0d B R TS I NPUT LEVEL 0d B R TS O UTPUT LEVEL 0d B...

  • Page 74: Intercom2

    CCU menu INTERCOM2 This is the selection screen for the INTERCOM2 menu. I NTERCOM2 4 W/ RT S/CLRCOM 4 W IN PUT GAIN 0d B 4 W IN PUT LEVEL 0d B 4 W OU TPUT LEVEL 0d B R TS I NPUT LEVEL 0d B R TS O UTPUT LEVEL 0d B...

  • Page 75

    CCU menu This is the selection screen for the PGM menu. PGM1 GAIN: 0dB LV: 0dB PGM2 GAIN: 0dB LV: 0dB ___ indicates factory default settings. Item Setting value Setting details PGM1 GAIN Switch the PGM1 input gain. 20dB PGM1 LV -40dB to 0dB to +20dB Set the PGM1 input volume.

  • Page 76: Maintenance

    CCU menu MAINTENANCE This is the selection screen for the MAINTENANCE menu. MA INTENANCE S TA RT UP S ET UP A UX A NA LO G GAIN N D/ CC NAME N ET WO RK V ER SI ON P M VI EW SETTING P M OP ERATION STAT US S YS TE M...

  • Page 77: Start Up

    CCU menu START UP This is the selection screen for the START UP menu. S TART UP C AM P OWER P OWER ___ indicates factory default settings. Item Setting value Setting details CAM POWER Set the control of the camera's power that is to be performed when the unit's power is turned on. REMOTE The camera's power will not come on even when the unit's power is turned on.

  • Page 78

    CCU menu Item Setting value Setting details USER NONE Set the function to be assigned to the [USER1] button on the front panel. BUTTON1 CHARA NONE BARS No assignment CLEAN CHARA Character display, operation BARS Color bar ON/OFF CLEAN PM/NORM selection for SDI8 OUT USER NONE Set the function to be assigned to the [USER2] button on the front panel.

  • Page 79

    CCU menu This is the selection screen for the AUX menu. A UX F UN CT ION WFM_TYPE -A+ SD_A SPE CT ___ indicates factory default settings. Item Setting value Setting details FUNCTION WFM_TYPE-A+SD_ASPECT Switch the function of the [AUX] connector. WFM_TYPE-B+SD_ASPECT WFM_TYPE-A+SD_ASPECT / WFM_TYPE-B+SD_ASPECT AUDIO GAIN+SD_ASPECT...

  • Page 80: Analog Gain

    CCU menu ANALOG GAIN This is the selection screen for the ANALOG GAIN menu. A NALOG GAIN V BS V BS /P M P RO MP T1 P RO MP T2 Item Setting value Setting details -50 to +50 Set the signal level to be output from [VBS OUT] connector. VBS/PM -50 to +50 Set the signal level to be output from [VBS PM OUT] connector.

  • Page 81: Nd/cc Name(2/2)

    CCU menu ND/CC NAME(2/2) This is the selection screen for the ND/CC NAME(2/2) menu. N D/CC NAME(2/ 2) C C FI LTER_1 NAME C C FI LTER_2 NAME C C FI LTER_3 NAME C C FI LTER_4 NAME C C FI LTER_5 NAME Item Setting value Setting details...

  • Page 82: Network

    CCU menu NETWORK This is the selection screen for the NETWORK menu. N ETWORK I P AD DRESS 192 .16 8. 0. 20 S UB NE TMASK 255 .25 5.25 5. D EF AU LT GATEWAY 192 .16 8. H TT P PORT 000 80 R OP P ORT 491 52...

  • Page 83: Pm View Setting(1/2)

    CCU menu PM VIEW SETTING(1/2) This is the selection screen for the PM VIEW SETTING(1/2) menu. PM VIEW SETTING(1/2) CAMERA NO SYSTEM FORMAT FORMAT MODE SCENE FILE No SHUTTER ND/CC FILTER EXTENDER INFO IRIS IRIS LEVEL IRIS SCALE FULL COLOR TEMP VALUE IRIS MEMORY ___ indicates factory default settings.

  • Page 84: Pm View Setting(2/2)

    CCU menu PM VIEW SETTING(2/2) This is the selection screen for the PM VIEW SETTING(2/2) menu. PM VIEW SETTING(2/2) TALLY INFO F.DROP ZOOM POSITION FOCUS POSITION OPT_CAM OPT_CCU COLORIMETRY ___ indicates factory default settings. Setting Item Setting details value TALLY INFO Set display of the tally information on the picture monitor to ON or OFF.

  • Page 85: Pm Operation Status

    CCU menu PM OPERATION STATUS This is the selection screen for the PM OPERATION STATUS menu. P M OPERATION STA TUS S TA TU S DISPLAY TI ME M AN UA L OPERATION STA TUS MA ST ER GAIN SH UT TER LE NS EXTENDER FI LT ER SC EN E FILE...

  • Page 86: System

    CCU menu SYSTEM This is the selection screen for the SYSTEM menu. SYSTEM INITIALIZE FACTORY INITIALIZE CCU CUSTOM DATA LOAD CCU CUSTOM DATA SAVE CURRENT ROP CONNECT SERIAL FRONT NETWORK CONNECT ___ indicates factory default settings. Setting Item Setting details value INITIALIZE Return the menu items to the factory default values.

  • Page 87

    CCU menu Initialize the Unit Settings (INITIALIZE) Initialization Procedure 1. Turn the [SELECT] dial to move the cursor to [INITIALIZE], and then press the [SELECT] dial. 2. Turn the [SELECT] dial to select [YES?], and then press the [SELECT] dial. Initialization begins.

  • Page 88

    CCU menu SD CARD This is the selection screen for the SD CARD menu. S D CARD D AT A SAVE D AT A LOAD L OG F ILE DOWNLOAD U PD AT E C AR D FORMAT ___ indicates factory default settings. Setting Item Setting details...

  • Page 89: Saving And Loading Reference Files And Scene Files

    CCU menu Saving and loading reference files and scene files When reference files and scene files are saved or loaded from the ROP, the following data applies. Saved / loaded data Menu Reference file Scene file AUDIO MIC OUT CCU INTERCOM TALK CCU INTERCOM RECEIVE STANDBY INTERCOM COMMUNICATION...

  • Page 90: Web Screen

    Software Download Easy IP Setup Software (EasyIPSetup.exe) from the following website and then install them. [Windows] ● Download URL https://pro-av.panasonic.net/ Easy IP Setup Software (EasyIPSetup.exe) This software sets the unit’s network settings. “Using Easy IP Setup Software to set the unit’s settings” (see page 90) Plug-in viewer software installer (nwcv4SSetup.exe)

  • Page 91

    Web Screen 3. Click the MAC address/IPv4 address of the camera to be set, and click the [Network Settings] button. • If the same IP address is used for any additional cameras, the numbers of the additional cameras will be displayed in the [IPv4 overlap] column of the cameras concerned.

  • Page 92: Installing The Plug-in Viewer Software

    Web Screen Installing the plug-in viewer software To view IP images from the unit on a web browser, the "Network Camera View 4S" plug-in viewer software (ActiveX ) must be installed. ® The plug-in viewer software can be installed directly from the unit. ●...

  • Page 93: Displaying The Web Screen

    Web Screen Displaying the web screen With a personal computer connected to the unit, it is possible to view the camera's IP videos or select various settings from the web browser. Use a LAN crossover cable when connecting a personal computer directly to the unit's LAN connector for IP control. Use a LAN straight cable when connecting through a switching hub or other device.

  • Page 94

    Web Screen 3. Press the [Enter] key. The web screen appears. The [Live] screen is displayed initially. You can switch to the [Setup] screen when necessary. “Switching the [Live] screen or [Setup] screen” (see page 95) NOTE ● If the personal computer does not have the plug-in viewer software already installed, an installation confirmation message is displayed before the [Live] screen is displayed.

  • Page 95: Switching The [live] Screen Or [setup] Screen

    Web Screen Switching the [Live] screen or [Setup] screen When the [Live] screen is displayed, click the [Setup] button. For details on the [Setup] screen, see the following page. “[Setup] screen” (see page 100) When the [Setup] screen is displayed, click the [Live] button. For details on the [Live] screen, see the following page.

  • Page 96: Live] Screen

    Web Screen [Live] screen This screen allows you to display camera images on the personal computer. ● The items displayed on the screen will differ depending on whether the [H.264] or [JPEG] button is selected under [Compression]. ● H.264 ● JPEG Content Details page Main area (IP video display area)

  • Page 97: Main Area (ip Video Display Area)

    Web Screen Parts and their functions ([Live] screen) Main area (IP video display area) The IP video of the connected camera will be displayed. Operating the mouse wheel inside the display area allows you to use the plug-in viewer software's digital zoom. [Windows] ●...

  • Page 98: [stream] Button

    Web Screen [stream] button These buttons appear only when H.264 images are displayed. [Windows] Images are displayed according to the setting configured with [H.264 (1)] / [H.264 (2)] / [H.264 (3)] / [H.264(4)]. When selected, the text "1" on the button turns green, and the images in the main area appear according to the settings configured for [H.264(1)].

  • Page 99: [image Quality] Button

    Web Screen [Image Capture Size] button These buttons appear only when JPEG images are displayed. They switch the size of images displayed in the main area. When selected, the text on the [1920 × 1080] button turns green, and the images in the main area appear in 1920 ×...

  • Page 100: Setup] Screen

    Web Screen [Setup] screen The settings for the unit are selected on this screen. ● The setting menu operations can be performed only by users whose [Access level] is [1. Administrator]. “Access level” (see page 111) Logging into the [Setup] screen 1.

  • Page 101: Parts And Their Functions ([setup] Screen)

    Web Screen Parts and their functions ([Setup] screen) 1 Main area The menu screen appears. 2 Basic button When this button is pressed, the [Basic] screen is displayed in the main area. [Basic] “[Basic] screen” (see page 102) 3 Image button When this button is pressed, the [Image] screen is displayed in the main area.

  • Page 102: Basic] Screen

    Web Screen [Basic] screen ___ indicates factory default settings. Setting Item Setting details value Camera title Input the name of the camera here. When the [Set] button is clicked, the input name appears in the camera title display area. ● The factory default setting is the model number of the unit. ●...

  • Page 103: Image] Screen

    Web Screen [Image] screen [Video over IP] tab The JPEG image and H.264 image settings as well as the settings related to image quality are selected on this screen. Initial display settings for “Live” page Set initial display settings for the [Live] screen. ___ indicates factory default settings.

  • Page 104

    Web Screen JPEG Set the resolution and quality settings (Quality1 and Quality2) for [JPEG(1)], [JPEG(2)], and [JPEG(3)]. For details on setting the H.264 images, see the following page. “H.264 (1) · H.264 (2) · H.264 (3) · H.264 (4)” (see page 105) NOTE ●...

  • Page 105

    Web Screen H.264 (1) · H.264 (2) · H.264 (3) · H.264 (4) Specify the [Max bit rate (per client)], [Image capture size], [Image quality], and other settings for H.264 images. [Windows] For details on setting the JPEG images, see the following page. “JPEG”...

  • Page 106

    Web Screen Item Setting value Setting details Image capture size ● H264(1) Select the resolution for H.264 images. 1920 x 1080 Selectable options will vary depending on the selected resolution 1280 x 720 setting. ● H264(2) 1920 x 1080 1280 x 720 640 x 360 320 x 180 160 x 90...

  • Page 107

    Web Screen Item Setting value Setting details Frame rate ● 59.94 Hz Set the frame rate for H.264 images. 5fps ● The [Frame rate] is limited by the [Max bit rate (per client)] 15fps setting. The actual frame rate may be lower than the specified 30fps value.

  • Page 108

    Web Screen Item Setting value Setting details Transmission type Unicast port (AUTO) Set the transmission format for H.264 images. Unicast port (MANUAL) Unicast port (AUTO) Multicast port Up to 14 users can access a single camera at the same time. [Unicast port] will be configured automatically when images are sent from the camera.

  • Page 109

    Web Screen Item Setting value Setting details Multicast port 1024 to 37004 to 50000 Enter the multicast port number (used when sending images from the unit). This needs to be set when [Transmission type] is set to [Multicast port]. ● Only even numbers can be specified. ●...

  • Page 110: User Mng.] Screen

    Web Screen [User mng.] screen The users and personal computers (IP addresses) that can access the unit from personal computers are registered in the [User mng.] screen. The [User mng.] screen consists of [User auth.] tab and [Host auth.] tab. [User auth.] tab Click the [User auth.] tab of [User mng.] screen.

  • Page 111

    Web Screen Item Setting value Setting details Access level 1. Administrator Select one of the following settings as the user access level. 2. Live only ● 1. Administrator This access level allows the user to perform all the unit’s operations. ●...

  • Page 112: Network] Screen

    Web Screen [Network] screen Configure network settings in the [Network] screen. ● The following information is required to configure network settings. Consult your network administrator or Internet service provider. • IP address • Subnet mask • Default gateway (when using a gateway server or router) •...

  • Page 113

    Web Screen Common ___ indicates factory default settings. Item Setting value Setting details HTTP port 1 to 80 to 65535 Individually assign the HTTP port numbers (i.e., port numbers used for access from a web browser). ● The following port numbers are used by the unit so they cannot be used.

  • Page 114

    Web Screen Item Setting value Setting details Max RTP packet size Unlimited (1500byte) Specify whether to limit the size of RTP packets sent from the Limited (1280byte) camera when using RTP to view camera images. Unlimited (1500byte) Unlimited (1500 byte) Limited (1280byte) Limited (1280 byte) ●...

  • Page 115

    Web Screen Item Setting value Setting details Recommended network setting Perform the recommended settings to connect the camera to the for internet Internet. Clicking the [Set] button displays a dialog box telling the user that item settings will be changed. After confirming this, click the [OK] button.

  • Page 116: Maintenance] Screen

    Web Screen [Maintenance] screen Among the various maintenance operations performed on this screen are system log checks, software version check and initialization of the unit. The Maintenance screen consists of three tabs: [Product info.], [Default reset] and [Back up]. [Product info.] tab The versions of the unit's software can be checked on this screen.

  • Page 117

    Web Screen [Back up] tab On this screen, the unit's network settings can be saved to a personal computer or settings stored on a personal computer can be applied on the unit. Item Setting details Download Save the unit's network settings to a personal computer. “Saving the unit's network settings to a personal computer [Download]”...

  • Page 118: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Operation Symptom Cause and Measure Cannot turn the power on. ● Is the power cable connected to the outlet properly? Cannot perform operation from ● Is the power on? an ROP connected with an IP • If the [POWER] lamp of this unit is off, the power of this unit is not turned on. connection.

  • Page 119

    Troubleshooting Symptom Cause and Measure The setting values of the ● Press the [F5] key on the personal computer keyboard to request the setting values to be [Setup] screen are not updated obtained. (Windows) properly or are not displayed. ● Press the [Command] + [R] key on the personal computer keyboard to request the setting values to be obtained.

  • Page 120: Ip Images

    Troubleshooting IP Images Symptom Cause and Measure Images are not displayed ● Is the plug-in viewer software installed? (Windows) • Install the plug-in viewer software. ● If [Check for newer versions of stored pages] is not set to [Every time I visit the webpage] in the temporary Internet file settings, IP images may not appear in the [Live] screen.

  • Page 121

    Troubleshooting Symptom Cause and Measure When multiple web browsers are ● This may occur depending on the combination of the personal computer's display running to display H.264 images, adapter and the driver. (Windows) images from multiple cameras appear • If this occurs, update the first display adapter to the latest version. If this does not sequentially in a single web browser.

  • Page 122: Web Screen

    11.0: The following message appears in the information bar. [This website wants to run the following add-on: 'WebVideo Module' from 'Panasonic System Networks Co.,Ltd.'.] For Internet Explorer 9.0, 10.0, ● Select [Install]. When the security warning window appears, click the [Install] button.

  • Page 123: Reference

    Reference Reference Connector pin assignment table Front panel [INTERCOM] connector (page 21: 5) HA16PRH-5S (Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.) Pin No. Function Remarks SHIELD Carbon MIC: -1 dB Dynamic MIC: -5 dB TALK ● Select [DYN] , [ECM], or [CBN] in [MIC TYPE] that can be accessed by selecting [CCU INTERCOM SHIELD TALK] in the [AUDIO] menu.

  • Page 124

    Reference Down-conversion mode settings Down-conversion mode MODE1 MODE2 Local Open Open Letter box Shorted Open Squeeze Open Shorted Side panel Shorted Shorted Shorted: Shorted with pin 8 (GND) Preset settings of waveform monitor AUX connector output TYPE-A PRESET1 Shorted Shorted Shorted Shorted Shorted...

  • Page 125

    Reference Example of mode input connections AK-UCU600 MODE1 MODE2 Example of tally and alarm output connections (Max. voltage 12 V) AK-UCU600 ALARM TALLY R OUT TALLY G OUT (Max. current 100 mA) (Max. voltage 12 V) AK-UCU600 ALARM TALLY R OUT TALLY G OUT (Max.

  • Page 126

    Reference [COMMUNICATION] connector (page 26: 4) JBY-25S-1A3F(LF)(SN) (J.S.T. Mfg. Co., Ltd.) Pin No. Function Flow of signal Remarks INCOM ENG OUT (H) CCU→SYSTEM 0 dBm, 600 Ω (4 W) / 1 V [p-p], 200 Ω (RTS) 4 W/RTS/CLRCOM INCOM ENG OUT (C) CCU→SYSTEM ●...

  • Page 127

    Reference Example of tally input connections R TALLY IN (H) AK-UCU600 G TALLY IN (H) YL TALLY IN (H) 2.2 k R TALLY IN (C) G TALLY IN (C) 12.4 k YL TALLY IN (C) R TALLY IN (H) AK-UCU600 G TALLY IN (H) YL TALLY IN (H) 3.9 k...

  • Page 128

    Reference [MSU] connector (page 26: 6) HR10G-10R-10SC (71) (Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.) Pin No. Function Flow of signal MSU CONT (H) CCU→MSU MSU CONT (C) CCU→MSU MSU DATA (H) MSU→CCU MSU DATA (C) MSU→CCU TALLY R CCU→MSU TALLY G CCU→MSU HEAD POWER CCU→MSU ALARM 1...

  • Page 129

    Reference [CAMERA] connector (page 26: 8) AK-UCU600: OPS2404-PR (Tajimi Electronics Co., Ltd.) AK-UCU600S: FXW.3K.93C.TLM (LEMO) Pin No. Function Flow of signal Optical fiber CAM → CCU Optical fiber CCU → CAM Control line CCU←→CAM Control line CCU←→CAM AC 240 V CCU →...

  • Page 130: Front Panel [g/l On] Indicator Specifications

    Reference Front panel [G/L ON] indicator specifications : Lit ×: Flashing -: Off FORMAT  / REF-IN CCU MODE 1080  / 59i 1080  / 50i 1080  / 23Psf 525  / 59i 625  / 50i 720  / 59p 720  / 50p No input UHD ...

  • Page 131: Appearance

    Reference Appearance Unit: mm (inch) 88.5 12.5 (3-1/2) (1/2) 190(7-1/2) 424(16-5/8) 88(3-7/16) 320(12-5/8) 101(4) (1-1/8) (1-1/8) 10.3(3/8) 465(18) 12.5 (1/2) (1/32) 88(3-7/16) - 131 -...

  • Page 132: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications Power supply AK-UCU600P/AK-UCU600PS : 100 V - 120 V AC ( ), 50 Hz/60 Hz AK-UCU600E/AK-UCU600ES : 100 V - 240 V AC ( ), 50 Hz/60 Hz Power consumption 500 W (Without camera connected: 90 W) Capacity for supplying power to a camera 240 V AC ( ), 1.46 A , 50 Hz/60 Hz indicates safety information.

  • Page 133

    Specifications RS-422 REAR ROP 1 line, 16 V DC output (only one of this and FRONT ROP can be selected at one time via the menu or the [ROP FRONT/REAR] selection switch on the front panel) RS-422 1 line, GPI for control LAN connection with camera side via an optical cable* LAN TRUNK 1 line, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T...

  • Page 134: Index

    Index Index LAN TRUNK connector ..........25 Live screen ..............96 Accessories ...............15 AC power socket ............26 ANALOG GAIN ............80 MAINTENANCE ............76 ANALOG PROMPT1 IN connector ......24 Memory card access lamp .........23 ANALOG PROMPT2 IN/OUT connectors ....24 Memory card slot ............23 AUDIO ...............70 Menu Auto displays .............39 Displaying ............41...

  • Page 135

    Index RET1 OUT connectors ..........24 ROP connector ..........23, 26, 127 ROP FRONT/REAR selector switch ......23 SD CARD ..............88 SD PHASE ..............62 SELECT dial ..............23 SELECT RETURN .............68 Serial connection ............19 SETTING .............60, 61 SETUP ...............77 Setup screen ............100 SIGNAL GND terminal ..........26 START UP ..............77 Status ..........32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37 Status displays ............31...

  • Page 136

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Ak-ucu600ps, Ak-ucu600e, Ak-ucu600es

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