Sony FCB-EV7520A Technical Manual

Sony FCB-EV7520A Technical Manual

Color camera module
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D-023-100-11(1)
Color Camera Module
Technical Manual
FCB-EV7520A
FCB-CV7520A
 2018 Sony Corporation

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  • Page 1 D-023-100-11(1) Color Camera Module Technical Manual FCB-EV7520A FCB-CV7520A  2018 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 User’s Updating ................20 Eclipse ....................23 Spectral Sensitivity Characteristics .......... 23 Initial settings and backup of camera ........24 Mode Condition ................
  • Page 3: Features

    Overview Features • Imager This camera uses a 1/2.8" “Exmor R” CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) image sensor (approx. 2.13 million effective pixels) that supports FULL HD (high definition) to produce high- quality images. • ISP Using the image signal processor (ISP), the following images can be obtained. - Full HD 60fps output image - Low focal plane distortion image using the high-speed readout of imager The following functions are provided. - Noise Reduction (NR), and Image Stabilizer functions - Wide Dynamic Range Mode (Wide-D), Tone correction (Visibility Enhancer), and Defog functions • Lens The camera is equipped with a bright lens with 30× optical zoom and F1.6 aperture. With consideration given environmental protection, this module is designed to operate with low power consumption and also incorporates lead-free and halogen-free circuit boards.
  • Page 4: Precautions

    Overview Precautions • In case of abnormal operation, contact your Software authorized Sony dealer or the store where you Use of the demonstration software developed by Sony purchased the product. Corporation or use of the software with customer developed application software may damage hardware, Phenomena specific to CMOS image sensors the application program or the camera. Sony The following phenomena that may appear in images Corporation is not liable for any damages under these are specific to CMOS image sensors. They do not conditions. indicate malfunctions. Operation Rolling shutter As CMOS image sensors use shutters that capture Start the camera control software on your computer images line-by-line, there is a slight time difference after you turn on the camera and the image is displayed. between the top and bottom of an image. As a result, images may appear skewed if the camera is moved. Operation and storage locations White flecks Do not shoot images that are extremely bright (e.g., Although the CMOS image sensors are produced with light sources, the sun, etc.) for long periods of time. Do high-precision technologies, fine white flecks may be...
  • Page 5: Locations Of Controls

    Locations of Controls Locations of Controls Front Back Bottom  Lens  Digital output connector  Maintenance connector * Do not connect here, this is for maintenance purpose.  Tripod screw hole When a tripod is used, please use 7 mm ( in.) or less screw to attach it to the camera.
  • Page 6: Basic Functions

    Basic Functions Basic Functions Overview of Functions In general • Power On/Off (Standby) The camera control is performed by VISCA Powers the camera on and off. Commands. When the power is off (on Standby), the camera is able to accept the VISCA Commands although the Timing Chart screen is set non-displayed. 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 be • Address Set 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 less than the 1V cycle interface. In such cases, the address set command can time, then every 1V cycle can receive a Command. be used to assign addresses from 1 to 7 to each of the seven cameras, allowing you to control the seven General Commands cameras with the same personal computer. Although the FCB camera does not support direct connection of cameras in a daisy chain, be sure to use the address set command to set the address whenever a camera is connected for the first time. • ID Write Query Commands Sets the camera ID.
  • Page 7 Basic Functions Zoom Note When you operate Direct Mode Digital Zoom The zoom function contains 2 functions, optical zoom When the Digital Zoom is operated in the Direct and digital zoom. Mode, the Direct Zoom Position of the Inquiry Command is not immediately reflected. • Optical zoom Place a wait time before reading the position.
  • Page 8 Basic Functions • Manual Focus Mode One Push White Balance data is lost when the power Manual Focus has both a Standard Mode and a is turned off. If the power is turned off, reset One Push White Balance. Variable Mode. Standard Mode focuses at a fixed rate of speed. Variable Mode has eight speed levels. • Manual WB This is a mode that enables you to manually set the Note control of R and B gain up to 256 steps. In these standard and variable modes, it is necessary to send Stop • Outdoor Auto Command to stop the zoom operation. This is an auto white balance mode specifically for • One push AF outdoors. It allows you to capture images with natural When sending a One Push Trigger command in white balance in the morning and evening. Manual Focus Mode, the lens moves to focus on the • Sodium Vapor Lamp Auto subject. After that, it will convert to the normal This is an auto white balance mode that is compatible Manual Focus Mode. with sodium vapor lamps. There are two kinds of One Push Trigger commands. • Sodium Vapor Lamp - One Push Trigger This is a fixed white balance mode specifically for As with the Auto Focus, move the focus smoothly sodium vapor lamps. and focus on the subject. • Sodium Vapor Lamp Outdoor Auto - Full Scan One Push Trigger This is an auto white balance mode specifically for Perform a Full Scan (move the focus to the whole outdoors, which is compatible with sodium vapor area from the Near end to the Far end), and focus lamps.
  • Page 9 Basic Functions AE – Shutter Priority AE – Manual The shutter speed can be set freely by the user to a total The shutter speed (22 steps), iris (14 steps) and gain of 22 steps – 16 high speeds and 6 low speeds. When (15 steps) can be set freely by the user. the slow shutter is set, the speed can be adjusted according to subject brightness. The picture output is Spot Exposure Mode read at a normal rate from the memory. The memory is In Full Auto AE, the level for the entire screen is updated at a low rate from the CMOS. AF following computed and the optimum Auto Iris and Gain levels capability is lowered and also the number of frame to are determined. In Spot AE, a particular section of the be displayed is decreased. In high speed mode, the subject can be designated, and then that portion of the shutter speed can be set up to 1/10,000s. The iris and image can be weighted and a value computed so that gain are set automatically, according to the brightness Iris and Gain can be optimized to obtain an image. of the subject. For example, in an image with a lot of movement and with varying levels of brightness, portions without much change can be designated as such a “spot, ” and Data 59.94/29.97 50/25 mode changes to the screen can be minimized in that area.
  • Page 10: Exposure Compensation

    Basic Functions Exposure Compensation Backlight Compensation Exposure compensation is a function which offsets the When the background of the subject is too bright, or internal reference brightness level used in the AE when the subject is too dark due to shooting in the AE mode, by steps of 1.5 dB. mode, back light compensation will make the subject appear clearer. Data Step Setting value Note +10.5 dB Wide-D/HLC/Backlight Compensation/Spot Exposure Mode do +9 dB not work at the same time. +7.5 dB +6 dB +4.5 dB Wide Dynamic Range Mode (Wide-D) +3 dB +1.5 dB The Wide Dynamic Range mode is a function for 0 dB dividing an image into several blocks and correcting −1 −1.5 dB blocked-up shadows and blown-out highlights in −2 −3 dB accordance with the intensity difference. It enables you −3 −4.5 dB...
  • Page 11 Basic Functions Visibility Enhancer (VE) • In the normal setting, you can select the noise reduction level from 6 levels: levels 1 to 5, plus off. Depending on the imaging scene, the Visibility In this setting, the users cannot adjust the ratio of Enhancer function makes the darker part of a camera 2D/3D effect level. image brighter, and automatically correct brightness • In the independent setting, you can individually select and contrast to show bright parts clearly. the 2D NR and 3D NR from 6 levels respectively: levels 1 to 5, plus off. Note The NR effect is applied in levels based on the gain, This function is also used in the Wide-D operation. and this setting value determines the limit of the effect. In bright conditions, changing the NR level will not have an effect. Defog mode When the surrounding area of the subject is foggy and High sensitivity mode low contrast, the defog mode will make the subject appear clearer. This function increases the max gain to allow bright You can select this function from the four levels: OFF, output in darker environments. Low, Middle and High. However, with a strong gain (up to 10×), the captured image will contain a lot of noise. Note HLC (highlight correction) is a function to adjust AE When Wide-D is ON, the High sensitivity mode does not work. and AF, and to perform the masking of light area as required when a high intensity spot light is detected.
  • Page 12 Basic Functions zoom and digital zoom. As no digital zoom by the • The Flicker Reduction may not work if the subject is bright under Image Stabilizer is available on the wide side, you can an environment where flicker occurs. If the shutter speed is 1/100 obtain a wider image with no resolution degradation. (flicker frequency 50 Hz) or 1/120 (flicker frequency 60Hz) and Only the electronic zoom operates between Wide end the brightness exceeds the Iris variable area (F14), stop the Flicker and 1.2×, and only the optical zoom operates between Reduction and run a normal AE operation. 1.2× and Tele end. The Image Stabilizer does not work between Wide end and 1.2×, and only works after 1.2×. Variable Gamma Mode The “StableZoom” function can be switched On/Off in the register settings. There are standard (00h) mode and straight gamma (01h) mode. Up to 360x Image Stabilizer Gamma Offset approx. “StableZoom” You can set the brightness from –64 to +64 in each Digital mode of variable gamma mode. zoom Image Stabilizer Optical zoom Contrast Adjustment Function You can adjust the contrast level in the range from 0 (00h) to 255 (FFh). The initial setting is 128 (80h).
  • Page 13 Basic Functions ICR (IR Cut-Removable) Mode When Auto Slow Shutter is Off (initial setting) An infrared (IR) Cut-Filter can be disengaged from the Shutter 1/60 sec image path for increased sensitivity in low light Iris environments. The ICR will automatically engage OPEN depending on the ambient light, allowing the camera to be effective in day/night environments. GAIN Iris When the auto ICR mode is set to On, the image ICR On becomes black and white. Shutter Custom Color Gain Dark Bright ICR Off  On You can configure the color gain. The initial setting is 4h and the setting can be set to 15 When Auto Slow Shutter is On levels from 0h to Eh. The higher the setting value, the higher the color saturation. The lower the setting value, the lower the color saturation. Custom Color Phase You can configure the color phase.
  • Page 14 Basic Functions LR Reverse User Memory Area This function reverses the video output from the This is the memory area with 16-byte capacity which camera horizontally. users can overwrite freely. This can be used as a Serial No. for individual Freeze recognition. This function captures an image in the field memory of Note the camera so that this image can be output continuously. Rewriting of memory is not unlimited. Be careful to avoid using the memory area for such as unnecessary tasks as rewriting the Note contents of the memory for every operation. Because communication inside the camera is based on V cycle, the Register Setting captured image is always the one 3V to 4Vs after the sending of a Command. Thus, you can not specify a time period after sending The camera’s initial settings can be changed by the EVEN, ODD or a Command. register setting command. Register Setting Command: Memory (Position preset) 8x 01 04 24 mm 0p 0q FF Using the position preset function, 16 sets of camera mm: Register No. (=00 to 7F) shooting conditions can be stored and recalled. pq: Register Value (=00 to FF) This function allows you to achieve the desired status Register Inquiry Command: instantly, even without adjusting the following items 8x 09 04 24 mm FF...
  • Page 15 Basic Functions Auto slow shutter limit: 59 Title Display The auto slow shutter limit can be set. (initial setting is 04.) • You can set a title of up to 11 lines. One line can For details, refer to “Register Setting” (page 54). contain up to 20 characters. Extended normal shutter: 5A • You can set display on/off, the horizontal position of The lower limit of slow shutter when the Auto Slow the first character, blinking state and color for each Shutter mode is set to OFF can be set. (initial line. setting is OFF.) • The camera gives priority to a title display when the Defog Limit: 5B, 5C, 5D camera status is displayed on the relevant line. On the The maximum value of Defog mode in the low, lines where a title is not set, the camera status is mid and high levels can be set respectively. displayed. Extended mode: 5F Line Number 00h to 0Ah ON/OFF can be set. (initial setting is OFF.) H-position 00h to 1Fh For details, see “Extended mode” on page 54. WHITE YELLOW Note...
  • Page 16 Basic Functions Set Display Privacy Zone Masking Function Command: 8x 01 04 77 pp pp pp pp FF Parameter: Privacy Zone masking protects private objects and areas such as house windows, entrances, and exits pp pp pp pp Each 24 Privacy Zones corresponds to the BIT. which are within the camera’s range of vision but not See “pp pp pp pp: Mask bit” in “Parameters” on subject to surveillance. page 17. Privacy zone masking can be masked on the monitor to Comments: Each of 24 Privacy zones can be switched protect privacy. on and off individually by a single VISCA Command. If you want to display a Privacy zone, Features you must set its bit to 1. If you do not want to display a Privacy zone, you must set its bit to 0. • Mask can be set on up to 24 places according to Pan/ Tilt positions. Set Mask Color • Mask can be displayed on 8 places per screen Command: 8x 01 04 78 pp pp pp pp qq rr FF simultaneously. Parameter: • Individual on/off zone masking settings. • Two colors can be individually set for each of pp pp pp pp Each 24 Privacy Zones correspond to the BIT. 24 privacy zones. See “pp pp pp pp: Mask bit” in “Parameters” on • Interlocking control with zooming.
  • Page 17 Basic Functions Set PTZ Mask Parameters Command: 8x 01 04 7B mm 0p 0p 0p 0q 0q 0q 0r 0r mm: Mask setting list 0r 0r FF Parameter: Mask Name mm (Hex) Mask Name mm (Hex) Mask_A Mask_M Setting Mask Mask_B Mask_N See “mm: Mask setting list” in “Parameters” on page 17. Mask_C Mask_O Pan Angle (000 to FFF) Mask_D Mask_P See “Setting pan/tilt angle” in “Parameters” on page 17. Mask_E Mask_Q Tilt Angle (000 to FFF) Mask_F Mask_R See “Setting pan/tilt angle” in “Parameters” on page 17. Mask_G Mask_S rrrr Zoom Position (000 to 4000)
  • Page 18 Basic Functions qq, rr: Color code Features Mask (color) Code (qq, rr) • You can set a frame for the detection range of Black 00 h 17 (horizontally) × 15 (vertically) blocks. Gray1 01 h • You can set up to four frames. Gray2 02 h • When the motion is detected in the set frame, the Gray3 03 h Alarm Replay VISCA Command is sent. Gray4 04 h • The threshold level for detection can be set (common Gray5 05 h to four frames). Gray6 06 h • The interval of alarm detection can be set up to White 07 h 08 h 255 seconds in units of one second. Green 09 h • You can set ON/OFF for each frame.
  • Page 19 Basic Functions Sending Alarms • When motion is detected, the Alarm Replay command is issued via the serial command (VISCA) communication line. • When multiple motions are detected or motion is detected in another frame within the set interval following the original time the alarm was issued, another alarm command is not issued. • When motion is detected after the interval time 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...
  • Page 20: User's Updating

    Basic Functions User’s Updating Extended Commands Extended commands support the following functions (described previously). Overview Turn on this mode (for details, see “Extended Mode” in The details on the firmware version upgrade are “Register Setting” on page 54) to enable the following described.
  • Page 21 Basic Functions Update Procedure Maintenance Mode Enter Maintenance Mode HOST CODE NAME+ HOST VERSION + CR CAM_Power off 8x 01 04 00 03 FF Firmware Update “ready” + CR Enter Ready Message Standby Mode “reprogram ( )” + CR ACK, COMP “receive”+ CR 8x 01 04 00 0C FF Sending Firmware Binary with X modem protocol...
  • Page 22 Basic Functions Finalizing procedure After the maintenance mode, perform the following finalizing procedure. HOST 8x 01 7F 01 7F FF ACK, COMP 8x 01 7F 7F 02 00 00 01 00 01 FF ACK, COMP 8x 01 7F 7F 02 03 08 00 00 08 FF: EV7520A ACK, COMP 8x 01 7F 7F 02 03 00 00 06 01 FF ACK, COMP...
  • Page 23: Eclipse

    Basic Functions Eclipse When designing the housing, refer to the dimensional allowance as shown in the figure below. unit: mm (inches) Spectral Sensitivity Characteristics Green Blue 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 24: Initial Settings And Backup Of Camera

    Basic Functions Initial settings and backup of camera “Initial settings” is the factory preset value. “Custom Preset”, indicates data that can be stored with  and data that cannot be stored with × using the custom preset function. “Back up on standby” indicates that  is retained while on Standby and × is not retained. 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   Focus Position —   Focus Auto/Manual Auto ...
  • Page 25 Basic Functions Custom Back up Mode/Position setting Initial Settings Preset at standby NR level (normal setting)   NR level (independent setting) Disabled   Gain Limit —   Low-Illumination Chroma   2h (Mid) Suppress Color Gain 04h (100%)   Color Hue 7h (0 degrees)   Title Display On/Off   Title Setting —...
  • Page 26: Mode Condition

    Basic Functions Mode Condition Condition Mode Address Set      IF_Clear      Command Cancel      Power On/Off      Lens Mode Zoom Tele/Wide/Stop        ...
  • Page 27: White Balance

    Basic Functions White Balance Mode WB Mode Switchover                One Push WB                RGain Setting   ...
  • Page 28 Basic Functions Others Mode Aperture Setting      LR_Reverse On/Off      Freeze On/Off      Picture Effect Setting      ICR On/Off      Auto ICR On/Off      Auto ICR Threshold Level Setting ...
  • Page 29: 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-232C 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...
  • Page 30 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...
  • Page 31 Command List Responses for commands and inquiries The Acknowledge message is not returned for these commands and inquiries, and only the completion A cknowledge message  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 number X = 1 to 7: FCB camera address, Y = socket number will contain 0.
  • Page 32 8X 09 00 02 FF Y0 50 GG GG HH HH JJ JJ KK FF GGGG = Vender ID (0020: Sony) HHHH = Model ID 0640: FCB-EV7520A 0641: FCB-CV7520A JJJJ = ROM revision KK = Maximum socket #(02) X = 1 to 7: FCB camera address (For inquiry packet)
  • Page 33 Command List VISCA Command/Acknowledge Protocol Command Command Message Reply Message Comments General Command 81 01 04 38 02 FF 90 41 FF (Acknowledge) Returns Acknowledge when a command has been accepted, and (Example) +90 51 FF (Completion) Completion when a command has been executed. 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. (Example) 81 09 05 38 FF 90 60 02 FF (Syntax Error)
  • Page 34: Error Messages

    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 35: 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...
  • Page 36 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...
  • Page 37 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 Auto Exposure Setting 8x 01 04 59 03 FF Position 8x 01 04 29 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pq: X (0h to 10h), rs: Y (0h to Eh) CAM_AE_Response Direct 8x 01 04 5D pp FF pp: Auto Exposure Response Setting (01h to 30h), initial setting: 01h CAM_VE 8x 01 04 3D 03 FF...
  • Page 38 Command List Command List (4/6) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments CAM_MinShutter 8x 01 04 12 02 FF pq: Minimum Shutter Position (05h to 14h) 8x 01 04 12 03 FF Limit 8x 01 04 13 00 00 0p 0q FF CAM_PictureFlip 8x 01 04 66 02 FF E-Flip On/Off 8x 01 04 66 03 FF CAM_ICR 8x 01 04 01 02 FF ICR Mode On/Off 8x 01 04 01 03 FF CAM_AutoICR 8x 01 04 51 02 FF Auto ICR 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...
  • Page 39 Command List Command List (5/6) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments CAM_PrivacyZone Non_InterlockMask 8x 01 04 6F mm mm: Non_Interlock Mask Settings pp: X, qq: Y, rr: W, ss: H 0p 0p 0q 0q 0r 0r 0s 0s FF CenterLineOff 8x 01 04 7C 03 FF Center Line Display Off CenterLineOn 8x 01 04 7C 04 FF Center Line Display On 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 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 pp 0q rr 0s FF m: Select Detection Frame (0, 1, 2, 3) pp: Start Horizontal Position (00h to 10h) q: Start Vertical Position (00h to 0Eh) rr: Stop Horizontal Position (01h to 11h)
  • Page 40 Command List Command List (6/6) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments CAM_ContrastAdjLevel Direct 8x 01 05 5D 01 0p 0q FF pq: 00h to FFh 00h to 7Fh: The smaller the value is, the lower the contrast becomes. 80h (Initial setting): No contrast adjustment 81h to FFh: The larger the value is, the higher the contrast becomes. 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...
  • Page 41 Command List Inquiry Command List (1/4) 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...
  • Page 42 Command List Inquiry Command List (2/4) 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_VEModeInq 8x 09 04 3D FF y0 50 03 FF y0 50 06 FF VE On CAM_VEParameterInq 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_WDModeInq 8x 09 04 3D FF y0 50 02 FF Wide-D On y0 50 03 FF Wide-D and VE Off y0 50 06 FF VE On...
  • Page 43 Command List Inquiry Command List (3/4) Inquiry Command Command Packet Inquiry Packet Comments CAM_DisplayModeInq 8x 09 04 15 FF y0 50 02 FF (8x 09 06 06 FF) y0 50 03 FF CAM_StabilizerModeInq 8x 09 04 34 FF y0 05 02 FF y0 05 03 FF y0 05 00 FF Hold 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...
  • Page 44 Command List Inquiry Command List (4/4) Inquiry Command Command Packet Inquiry Packet Comments CAM_ExApertureInq 8x 09 04 1F 42 FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Aperture control level pq=00h to FFh CAM_ExColorGainInq 8x 09 04 1F 49 00 FF y0 50 0p 0q FF pq: Gain setting level pq=00h to FFh CAM_ExColorHueInq 8x 09 04 1F 4F 00 FF y0 50 0p 0q FF pq: Phase setting level pq=00h to FFh CAM_ExAutoICRThresholdInq 8x 09 04 1F 21 00 FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: ICR On→Off threshold level when Auto ICR pq=00h to FFh CAM_ExAutoICROnLevelInq 8x 09 04 1F 21 01 FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: ICR Off→On threshold level when Auto ICR pq=00h to 1Ch CAM_MinShutterInq 8x 09 04 12 FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF CAM_MinShutterLimitInq...
  • Page 45 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 1: Auto 0: Manual Zoom Position (HH) Focus Position (HH) Camera Memory Recall 1: Executing 0: Stopped...
  • Page 46 Command List Camera Control System Inquiry Commands ....Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 01 FF Byte Comments Byte Comments Byte Comments Destination Address Iris Position Source Address WB Mode 0 Completion Message (50h) Aperture Gain Gain Position Exposure Mode R Gain (H) VE 1: On 0: Off Wide-D (1: Other than Off, 0: Off) Spot AE 1: On 0: Off R Gain (L) Exposure Comp. Position Back Light 1: On 0: Off Exposure Comp. 1: On 0: Off Slow Shutter 1: On 0: Off 1 Terminator (FFh) B Gain (H) Shutter Position B Gain (L)
  • Page 47 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 48 Command List Extended Function1 Query Command ......Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 03 FF Byte Comments Byte Comments Byte Comments Destination Address Color Gain (0h to Eh) Advanced Privacy Source Address AF Interval Time (H) (1: Provided, 0: Not provided) Reserved E-Flip 0 Completion Message (50h) (1: Provided, 0: Not provided) AF Interval Time (L) AE Response Gamma SpotAE Position (X) Digital Zoom Position (H) NR Level (The lower 3 bits of the CAM_ NRInq return value pq are stored.) Chroma Suppress Digital Zoom Position (L) SpotAE Position (Y) Gain Limit...
  • Page 49 Command List Extended 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 0: Off 1: On Wide-D Defog Level 0: Off 1: On 2: VE On 1: low 2: mid 3: high 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 50 Command List Extended 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 to Eh) Reserved Reserved Reserved 1 Terminator (FFh) Reserved Reserved Reserved...
  • Page 51 Command List VISCA Command Setting Values Gain Exposure control (1/2) 50.0 dB (28 step) 46.4 dB (26 step) 59.94/29.97 50/25 mode mode 42.8 dB (24 step) Shutter Speed 1/10000 1/10000 39.3 dB (22 step) 1/6000 1/6000 35.7 dB (20 step) 1/4000 1/3500 32.1 dB (18 step) 1/3000 1/2500 28.6 dB (16 step) 1/2000 1/1750 25.0 dB (14 step) 1/1500 1/1250 21.4 dB (12 step) 1/1000 1/1000 17.8 dB (10 step) 1/725 1/600 14.3 dB (8 step) 1/500...
  • Page 52 Command List Exposure control (2/2) Digital Zoom Combine mode Digital Zoom Digital Zoom Ratio Position Data Exposure Comp. +10.5 dB 1× 4000 +9 dB 2× 6000 +7.5 dB 3× 6A80 +6 dB 4× 7000 5× 7300 +4.5 dB 6× 7540 +3 dB 7× 76C0 +1.5 dB 8× 7800 0 dB 9×...
  • Page 53 Command List Temperature Reading Conversion Value Lens control (Reference Value) 0000 to 4000 to 7AC0 Zoom Position Wide end Optical Digital Reading Value Temperature Tele end Tele end pq (hex) Conversion 1000 to F000 Value (ºC) Focus Position Far end Near end −8 to −2 1000: Over Inf −3 to +3 2000: 20 m 7 to 13 3000: 10 m 17 to 23 4000: 6 m 27 to 33 5000: 4.2 m 37 to 43 6000: 3.1 m As the distance on the left 47 to 53 7000: 2.5 m will differ due to temperature 57 to 63 Focus Near...
  • Page 54 Command List Register Setting Register Register Setting value Setting value reflection name Register Register Setting value Setting value timing* reflection name FocusTrace Reflected after timing* @ZoomDirect camera reset VISCA 9600 bps Reflected after (Iinitial Setting: 01) Baud Rate (Iinitial Setting) camera reset FocusOffset 00-FF 00: None to Reflected after 19200 bps @DomeCover (Iinitial Setting: 00) FF: Max.
  • Page 55 Command List Others AF Active Time AF Interval Time Spot AE X position Spot AE Y position R Gain B Gain Aperture Control 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 Unit: One second...
  • Page 56: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications Imager 1/2.8 Type “Exmor R” CMOS Sensor Back light compensation Picture elements 2130K pixels On/Off Lens 30× Zoom Electronic shutter speed (Typical value) f= 4.3 mm (WIDE) to 129 mm 1/1 sec to 1/10000 sec (22 steps) (TELE), F1.6 to F4.7 White Balance Auto, ATW, Indoor, Outdoor, One Zoom movement speed Push WB, Manual WB, Outdoor Optical WIDE – Optical TELE Auto, Sodium Vapor Lamp (Fix/ 5.0 sec (Focus Tracking On) Auto/Outdoor Auto) 2.5 sec (Focus Tracking Off) Gain Auto/Manual Optical WIDE – Digital TELE (0 to 50.0 dB (0 to 28 step)) (Digital 12×) Max. Gain Limit 7.0 sec (29.97p/59.94p mode) (10.7 to 50.0 dB (6 to 28 step)) 7.4 sec (25p/50p mode) Wide Dynamic Range Mode Digital WIDE – Digital TELE On/Off (Digital 12×) Noise Reduction 2.1 sec (29.97p/59.94p mode) On/Off (level 5 to 1 / Off, 6 steps) 2.5 sec (25p/50p mode) Defog mode On/Off...
  • Page 57 Specifications Interface FCB-EV7520A/ FCB-CV7520A • In FCB-EV7520A/FCB-CV7520A, the video signal is transmitted by using LVDS. The LVDS receiver IC chip (e.g., THC63LVD1024, THC63LVD104C, BU90R102) is recommended. • Recommended connectors and cables Cable: #42 Micro coaxial cable Connector: USL20-30S (KEL) LVDS Pixel Data Format Single Mode Pixel CLK Pixel Data FCB OUT TA1 +/    TB1 +/ TC1 +/ TD1 +/ TCLK +  Please ignore the value which can be “0” or “1”.
  • Page 58 Specifications Double Mode Pixel CLK Pixel Data EVEN EVEN FCB OUT TA1 +/    TB1 +/ DATA TC1 +/   TD1 +/ TCLK + TA2 +/    TB2 +/ EVEN DATA TC2 +/   TD2 +/...
  • Page 59 Specifications LVDS receiver circuit example (Single output) Sony Corporation is not liable for any damages to user’s hardware incurred by the use of the circuit example shown below. LVDS receiver circuit example  (Single output) * Not compatible with 1080p/60, 59.94, 50 • The switch (S001) selects whether to input the rising edge or falling edge of the signal.
  • Page 60 Specifications LVDS receiver IC (e.g., THC63LVD104C) Pin assigment Single mode LVDS input - CMOS output * Not compatible with 1080p/60, 59.94, 50 Pin No. Description Signal Pin No. Description Signal GND_1 TEST VSYNC VCC_37 HSYNC VCC_9 GND_44 GND_16 VCC_48 RA− TXOUT0−...
  • Page 61 Specifications LVDS receiver circuit example  (Single output) • No.1 and 2 of S601 adjust the signal delay. No.3 selects whether to input the rising edge or falling edge of the signal.
  • Page 62 Specifications LVDS receiver IC (e.g., THC63LVD1024, BU90R102) Pin assigment Single mode LVDS input - CMOS output Pin No. Description Signal Pin No. Description Signal Pin No. Description Signal PGND_1 HSYNC PVCC_2 VSYNC RESERVED VCC_53 PDWN GND_54 CONT11 MODE0 CONT21 CONT12 MODE1 CONT22 VCC_106...
  • Page 63 Specifications LVDS receiver circuit example  (Double output) • No.1 and 2 of S601 adjust the signal delay. No.3 selects whether to input the rising edge or falling edge of the signal.
  • Page 64 Specifications LVDS receiver IC (e.g., THC63LVD1024, BU90R102) Pin assigment Double mode LVDS input - CMOS output Pin No. Description Signal Pin No. Description Signal Pin No. Description Signal PGND_1 HSYNC PVCC_2 VSYNC RESERVED VCC_53 PDWN GND_54 CONT11 MODE0 CONT21 CONT12 MODE1 CONT22 VCC_106...
  • Page 65 Specifications Cable reference specifications (crossover) • Recommended connectors and cables Cable  green: #42 Micro coaxial cable Cable  blue: #42 Micro coaxial cable Connector : USL20-30S (KEL) Binding tape  DIGITAL Image Output Y, Cb, Cr 4:2:2 FORMAT Color coding complies with BT709.
  • Page 66 Specifications Synchronized codes Blanking 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 67 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 Second Field Blanking   Non-active Video Area Blanking ...
  • Page 68 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  EAV for Active Video Area ...
  • Page 69 Specifications Dimensions Front Back Bottom Within a depth of 3 mm ( in.) or less from the bottom surface Within a depth of 3 mm ( in.) or less from the top surface Screw for camera tripod within a depth of 7 mm ( in) or less (1/4-20UNC)
  • Page 70 Specifications Label drawings Name plate Name plate Manufacturing control label Manufacturing control label FCB-EV7520A FCB-CV7520A Pin assignment Pin No. Name Level DC IN 6 to 12 V DC DC IN 6 to 12 V DC DC IN 6 to 12 V DC DC IN 6 to 12 V DC Maintenance connector DC IN 6 to 12 V DC * Do not connect here, this is for maintenance purpose.
  • Page 71 GNU General Public License (“GPL”) or GNU Lesser General Public distributed under the terms of this General Public License. The License (“LGPL”) as attached. Sony Corporation notifies you "Program", below, refers to any such program or work, and a hereunder that you have the rights to obtain, modify and/or "work based on the Program"...
  • Page 72 Specifications In addition, mere aggregation of another work not based on the Program at all. For example, if a patent license would not permit Program with the Program (or with a work based on the Program) on royalty-free redistribution of the Program by all those who receive a volume of a storage or distribution medium does not bring the other copies directly or indirectly through you, then the only way you work under the scope of this License.
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