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Operation Manual
CG-641 Series


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  • Page 1 Operation Manual CCD CAMERA CG-641 Series...
  • Page 2 Read the “Instructions for Use” prior to operation. Retain this operation manual for future reference. Follow these important safety instructions at all times. Heed the following explanations of “Warning” and “Caution”. Warning Indicates danger of death or injury to the user if not operated properly.
  • Page 3 Caution Turn off the power before connecting any devices. Failing to do so could result in electric shock or fire. Make sure that connecting cables are inserted fully. Failing to do so can result in fire. Disconnect the power and cables before moving the device. Failing to do so can result in injury and damage to the device.
  • Page 4 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. 8.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Item Page Introduction Cautions for Operation External Controls and Connectors Lens Electronic Connections Mechanical Connection Lens Adjustment Back Focal Length Adjustment Power Connection AC Power Connection DC Power Connection Setup Menu Settings Operation Setting Items Mode Select (MODE SELECT) Settings for the Exposure Function (EXPOSURE SET.) Settings for Other Functions (FUNCTION SET.) Camera Setup (CAMERA SETUP)
  • Page 6: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing our product. This device is a multifunctional, high performance CCD camera developed for high end security. The characteristics of this camera are as follows. (1) High Sensitivity The use of the high sensitivity 1/2”CCD realized the minimum scene illumination of 0.2 lux with a colour image.
  • Page 7: External Controls And Connectors

    EXTERNAL CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS Top Front View Rear View Figure 1 ① Lens Mount A suitable type CS mount lens may be attached. C mount lenses can be attached using a C/CS mount adapter. ② Back Focus Lock Screw A ALLEN WRENCH can be inserted here to stabilize the lens mount using a screw to adjust the distance between the lens mounting surface and the imaging surface.
  • Page 8: Lens

    LENS Electronic Connections Refer to table 1 for the connector wiring diagram. Table 1 Connector Auto iris lens Auto iris lens Connector DC voltage drive VIDEO signal control Pin No. CONT. ( ) +9.5VDC (40mA max.) CONT. (+) +9.5VDC (40mA max.) DRIVE (+) AI-VIDEO (Appearance of the connector entry point)
  • Page 9: Back Focal Length Adjustment

    Back Focal Length Adjustment The factory settings include back focus adjustment for a CS mount lens. However, adjustment may be required depending on the lens used. Use the back focus adjustment function to do this. Adhere to the following adjustment procedure. Operating procedure 1.
  • Page 10: Power Connection

    POWER CONNECTION Use 24 V AC / 12 V DC for this device. Warning: Be careful not to short circuit the power cord when connecting it to the device. AC Power Connection Use 24 V AC (20.4 - 27.6 V AC) 50 Hz / 60 Hz to power the device. Refer to figure 5 as to connecting the power.
  • Page 11: Setup Menu

    SETUP MENU This device is equipped with an OSD (On Screen Display) feature and various functions can be set using this camera’s monitor screen. A list of settings menu is as follows. MODE SELECT ECLIPSER STANDARD HIGHWAY ECLIPSER → OFF CASINO LEVEL →...
  • Page 13: Settings Operation

    Settings Operation This device is equipped with an OSD (On Screen Display) feature. Operate as follows to change settings using the menu. 1. Press and hold the function setting switch on the back panel for about two seconds. (Figure 1 ). 2.
  • Page 14 The details of each of the mode settings are as follows. STANDARD FUNCTION SET. EXPOSURE SET. → ( AUTO ) → NORMAL AE MODE SYNC SELECT → ( OFF ) → AUTO WHITE BALANCE ECLIPSER → → ( LOW ) CHROMA (LEVEL) →...
  • Page 15: Settings For The Exposure Function (exposure Set.)

    Settings for the Exposure Function (EXPOSURE SET.) This is a menu to adjust the camera exposure. Adjustable items vary with setting the “AE MODE”. ECLIPSER EXPOSURE SET. DAY&NIGHT ECLIPSER → OFF → NORMAL AE MODE DAY&NIGHT → AUTO LEVEL → LOW ECLIPSER →...
  • Page 16 Gain is automatically adjusted when AGC is HIGH and LOW based on the brightness of the object. AGC OFF locks the gain at a minimum. SENS UP The brightness is increased by lengthening the CCD imaging time over several fields. Setting values: OFF, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 20, 40 (The setting indicates the maximum imaging time.
  • Page 17: Settings For Other Functions (function Set.)

    Settings for Other Functions (FUNCTION SET.) This is a menu to set various functions other than exposure. FUNCTION SET. → SYNC SELECT → AUTO WHITE BALANCE → CHROMA → CRT/PDP GAMMA → -1 APERTURE CABLE COMPEN. → SHORT MASKING → TITLE →...
  • Page 18 (3-2) WHITE BALANCE WHITE BALANCE The mode for white balance can be selected. AUTO: White balance is adjusted automatically. HOLD: The white balance used right before changing to this mode is maintained. This is suitable for imaging in a location where lighting doesn’t change. Refer to the following setting method.
  • Page 19 (3-6) CABLE COMPENSATION CABLE COMPEN. Cable compensation function can be set. This function can be used to reduce the degradation of a video signal by wiring. By wiring length of a cable, change setting. SHORT: Wiring length to 100 meters MIDDLE: Wiring length from 100 to 300 meters LONG: Wiring length from 300 to 500 meters Note) With above wiring length used 5C-2V...
  • Page 20 (3-8) TITLE This creates text and sets it to display on the screen. ITLE TITLE EDIT TITLE → ON ABCDEFGHIJKLM TITLE EDIT → NOPQRSTUVWXYZ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 - / RETURN RETURN...
  • Page 21: Camera Setup (camera Setup)

    (4) Camera Setup (CAMERA SETUP) This device is equipped with an external control input terminal (RS-485) and settings for each function can be changed from an external unit. For details, refer to “External Control Input Terminal”. CAMERA SETUP ADDRESS → COM SPEED →...
  • Page 22: Mode Save (mode Save)

    (6) Mode Save (MODE SAVE) This saves the current settings. It loads the saved settings by selecting “USER MODE” from “MODE SELECT”. MODE SAVE CURRENT SETTINGS ARE SAVED. CANCEL Figure 12 MODE SAVE menu Operating procedure 1. After changing the settings, move the cursor to “MODE SAVE” and press the switch to display the "MODE SAVE"...
  • Page 23: Initialize (initialize)

    Initialize (INITIALIZE) This returns all settings to the initial factory settings. INITIALIZE ALL SETTINGS ARE IINITIALIZED CANCEL Figure 14 INITIALIZE menu Operating procedure 1. Move the cursor to “INITIALIZE” and press the switch to display the “INITIALIZE” screen. 2. Move the cursor to “OK” and press the switch to run initialization. 3.
  • Page 24: External Control Input Terminal

    External Control Input Terminal This device is equipped with an external control signal terminal for remote operation. Connections Refer following figure for connector wiring. Pin7 Pin1 Figure 16 Enlarged Pin No. Description A (+) B (-) A (+) B (-) DAY&NIGHT external control terminal Connect the supplied cable to the connector when this terminal is used and use a shielded...
  • Page 25: Setup

    Setup Use the following procedure to set up the system using this terminal. Setting procedure 1. Connect the cables to each camera. 2. Turn the camera terminal SW which is set on terminal to ON. Set other cameras to OFF. (figure 1 3.
  • Page 26: Specifications

    Specifications Model Name CG-641 TV system NTSC Power supply 24 V AC ±15% (50 Hz / 60 Hz) / 12 V DC ±15% Power consumption 270 mA (24 V AC) / 390 mA (12 V DC) Imaging device 1/2-type interline transfer CCD Effective pixels Approx.
  • Page 27 FUJITSU GENERAL LIMITED 1116, Suenaga, Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki 213-8502, Japan...

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