Sony REA-C1000 Operating Instructions Manual

Sony REA-C1000 Operating Instructions Manual

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5-000-618-11 (1)
Edge Analytics
Appliance
Operating Instructions
Software Version 1.00
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly
and retain it for future reference.
REA-C1000
© 2018 Sony Corporation

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  • Page 1 5-000-618-11 (1) Edge Analytics Appliance Operating Instructions Software Version 1.00 Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference. REA-C1000 © 2018 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Application Setup and Operation Table of Contents Configuring an Application ........21 Common application setup operation ...21 Running an application .........21 Overview Handwriting Extraction Application ....22 Preparation before setup ........22 Using This Manual ..........3 Configuring the Handwriting Extraction Precautions for Preventing Access to the Unit by application .............22 an Unintended Third Party ........
  • Page 3: Overview

    THE SOFTWARE OR OTHER INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN OR THE USE THEREOF. Jumping to a related page Sony Corporation reserves the right to make any When you read the instructions on a computer display modification to this manual or the information and click on the related part of the relevant page that is contained herein at any time without notice.
  • Page 4: Precautions For Preventing Access To The Unit By An Unintended Third Party

    Precautions for Features Preventing Access to The REA-C1000 is a device that analyzes video that is the Unit by an input from a camera, computer, or other device, and Unintended Third Party automatically generates video content in real-time that previously would have required significant time and human resources, and been expensive to create.
  • Page 5: Location And Function Of Parts

    E STATUS button/LED Location and Function • STATUS button Press and hold the button for 5 seconds with the of Parts unit turned so that the POWER LED starts flashing green. Press and hold the POWER button for 3 seconds while the LED is flashing to restart the unit and restore all settings, including network settings, to their factory default settings.
  • Page 6: System Configuration

    System Configuration The unit can be arranged into various system configurations with other devices (not supplied). The diagram below shows a typical system configuration. REA-C1000 Camera Monitor Router Computer HDMI cable LAN cable (category 5e or higher, shielded twisted pair)
  • Page 7: Installation And Connection

    Installation and Connection Connecting Connecting to AC power supply Installing Connect to the AC power supply using an AC adapter Install the unit on a level surface, such as a desktop. (not supplied) and power cord. If, unavoidably, you need to mount the unit on an The POWER LED lights green when power is supplied.
  • Page 8: Initial Setup

    • Do not use the Back button of the browser. Tool guide separately from the following website. • JavaScript is used for the web page display when www.sony.net/CameraSystem accessing the unit. The web page may not display correctly if your computer uses certain software, such Check the IP address of the unit.
  • Page 9: Screen Structure

    Screen Structure Configuring Initial Setup Items The following screen appears in the web browser when you access the unit. Access the unit in the factory default state, and configure You can configure the unit, and configure and run the following items. applications from this screen.
  • Page 10: Starting Applications

    Pre-installed licenses You can trial test option functions by activating pre- installed licenses on the unit, without having to purchase and install any licenses. For details about activation, see “License” (page 17). Notes • Activating pre-installed licenses enables you to trial test option functions for a limited time only.
  • Page 11: Unit Setup (Common Settings)

    [IP Address] Enter the IP address of the remote camera to control a Sony remote camera from the unit using VISCA over IP. [Model Name] Select the model name or enter an arbitrary model name for the remote camera to control from the unit using VISCA over IP.
  • Page 12: Video

    [1920×1080 / 50P]: Output at 1920×1080 50P. Video (Available only when the system frequency is 50 Hz) Note Use to configure the system frequency and output video If the system frequency is changed, you must restart the of the unit. unit.
  • Page 13: Network

    To specify a fixed IP address (IPv4) Network Clear the [Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP)] checkbox and enter the following items. [IP Address]: Enter the IP address of the unit. [Subnet Mask]: Enter the subnet mask value. Use to configure the network settings for connection [Default Gateway]: Enter the default gateway.
  • Page 14: Security

    Notes Security • The following characters are valid in user names and passwords. Include at least one upper-case letter, one lower-case letter, and one number in passwords. Use to configure settings relating to security on the unit. – Alphanumeric characters The screen consists of [User], [Access], [SSL], and –...
  • Page 15: [Ssl] Tab

    To avoid this, check that SSL connection can be Tips established before configuration by performing the • The subnet mask value indicates the number of bits following steps. that are masked off from the left. For example, the subnet mask value for 255.255.255.0 is 24. Set the SSL function to [Enable (Allow HTTP If you set “192.168.0.0/24”...
  • Page 16: [Referer] Tab

    To import a certificate correctly, “<Put correct private key password>” is Click the [Browse] button at the bottom right of the displayed in the [Issuer DN], [Subject DN], [Available setup screen and select the certificate. Click the [OK] Period], and [Extended Key Usage] fields. Specify the button in the file selection dialog to import the selected correct private key password.
  • Page 17: License

    [Host Name]: Enter the host name or IP address of the License computer that hosts the web page you want to register in the exception list. [Port No.]: Enter the port number of the computer that hosts the web page you want to register in the Configuration of licenses is required to activate option exception list.
  • Page 18: [History] Tab

    [Information] tab Access “Upgrade and License Management Suite” from a web browser on the computer. URL: https://ulms.sony.net 2-1 Follow the instructions displayed on the screen to register a license purchase code and enter the Unique Device ID obtained in step 1.
  • Page 19: [Date & Time] Tab

    To adjust for Daylight Savings Time [Date & Time] tab automatically Place a check mark in [Automatically adjust for Daylight Savings Time.] to automatically adjust the time for daylight savings time (summer time) in the selected time zone. [Initialize] tab [Restart] Click the [Restart] button when you want to restart the unit.
  • Page 20: [Eula] Tab

    To update the software Click the [Browse] button, select the firmware update file, and click the [Run] button. The unit restarts automatically, and the update is executed. [EULA] tab Displays the EULA (End User License Agreement). [Software] tab Displays the software licenses used by the unit.
  • Page 21: Application Setup And Operation

    Application Setup and Operation Note Option functions must be enabled before configuring or running an application. To enable an option function, you must activate a pre-installed license or purchase and install a license. For details, see “[License] tab” (page 17). Configuring an Application Configure application settings before running an...
  • Page 22: Handwriting Extraction Application

    Configure the following settings. Handwriting Extraction Application This application identifies and extracts text and diagrams drawn on a whiteboard or blackboard in real- time, and renders them so that they appear in front of the speaker. Note The Handwriting Extraction option function must be Extraction range enabled before configuring or running the Handwriting Move the four blue circles displayed on the preview...
  • Page 23: Running The Handwriting Extraction Application

    When [Show Person] is cleared: Output the handwriting extraction only. You can check the operating status of the application in the bottom right of the screen while Person’s transparency the application is running. When the overlap mode is set to [Show Person], set [Handwriting Detected]: The contents on the the transparency of the person to be superimposed drawing board are being extracted.
  • Page 24: Ptz Auto Tracking Application

    • The PTZ Auto Tracking application supports the [Free Object Pan Tracking]: Track the person following Sony remote cameras. moving to the left/right in front of the SRG-300H, SRG-301H, BRC-X1000, blackboard or screen.
  • Page 25 When finished, click the [Next] button. Tips • The person to be tracked is assumed to move Configure the following settings. across the front of the blackboard or screen. • Select the units for Depth, Height, and Offset when entering values. •...
  • Page 26 Detection area Configure the following settings. Move the four blue circles displayed on the preview screen to mark the detection area for tracking within the home position. A person will be tracked when they enter this area. Sensitivity Set the response sensitivity for tracking when the person to track starts to move.
  • Page 27: Running The Ptz Auto Tracking Application

    may not start correctly depending on the configured position. Tracking lost wait time Set the wait time from when the person being tracked is no longer visible until tracking is deemed to be lost. This can be configured when the tracking mode is set to [Free Object Pan Tracking].
  • Page 28: Close-Up By Gesture Application

    Click the [Setup] button. Close-up by Gesture The setup screen appears. A preview of the image from the camera connected to the HDMI IN 1 Application connector is displayed on the screen. Note If the camera image is not displayed, there may be a This application interprets specific gestures of a person, problem with the camera connection or settings.
  • Page 29: Running The Close-Up By Gesture Application

    Set the maximum size and minimum size of the Real-time Cropping screen that would be fully occupied by a person when standing. Application Move the four blue circles displayed on the preview screen to mark the maximum size. Move the four purple circles displayed on the preview screen to mark the minimum size.
  • Page 30: Running The Real-Time Cropping Application

    Configure the following settings. Crop area position Move the blue frame displayed on the preview screen to specify the crop position. Crop area size Move the four blue circles displayed on the preview screen to specify the size of the crop area. When finished, click the [Done] button.
  • Page 31: Appendix

    Appendix Message List The following messages may appear on the unit. Perform the following as necessary. LED indicators Meaning and solution STATUS LED is red The unit is not connected to the network. Check the network cable connection. STATUS LED is flashing red A problem, such as high temperature, occurred in the unit.
  • Page 32: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Before requesting service, check the following as a guide to troubleshooting the problem. If the problem persists, consult your Sony dealer. Symptom Cause Solution The unit does not turn on. The AC adapter is not firmly connected to the Insert the power cord firmly as far as it will go.
  • Page 33: About Use Of Gnu Gpl/Lgpl Software

    1920×1080/59.94p The source code is provided on the internet. Use the 1920×1080/50p following URL and follow the download instructions. http://oss.sony.net/Products/Linux Video output signal We would prefer that you do not contact us about the HDMI OUT 1 connector contents of the source code.
  • Page 34: External Dimensions

    External Dimensions Unit: mm (inches) 141 (5 15.5 ( 110 (4 1) Mounting screw holes (M3)
  • Page 35 Sony Corporation...

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