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Sony XC-HR300 Technical Manual

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CCD Black-and-White
Video Camera Module
Technical Manual
XC-HR300
 2000 Sony Corporation
A-AR4-100-11 (1)

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  • Page 1 CCD Black-and-White Video Camera Module Technical Manual XC-HR300  2000 Sony Corporation A-AR4-100-11 (1)
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Overview Mode Setting Specifications Appendix Main Features ... 3 System Components ... 4 Connection Diagram ... 4 Location of Parts and Operation ... 5 Front/Top/Bottom ... 5 Rear Panel ... 6 Specifications of the Input/Output ... 8 Input Phase Specifications of the External HD/VD ...
  • Page 3: Main Features

    Ideal for high speed image processing, the XC-HR300 is a small black and white camera featuring a 1/2 type progressive scan CCD. The XC-HR300 can capture excellent quality images at high speeds. By doubling the drive frequency of CCD, full frame SVGA images...
  • Page 4: System Components

    System Components The XC-HR300 Video Camera Module system comprises the following components. Video camera module XC-HR300 Tripod adaptor VCT-ST70I (Insulated type) Connection Diagram C-mount lens VCL-08YM XC-HR300 VCL-12YM VCL-16Y-M VCL-25Y-M VCL-50Y-M Close-up ring kit LO-77ERK Camera cables CCXC-12P02N(2 m) CCXC-12P05N(5 m)
  • Page 5: Location Of Parts And Operation

    Location of Parts and Operation Front/Top/Bottom 1 Lens mount (C-mount) Attach any C-mount lens such as the VCL-12YM standard lens or other optical equipment. 2 Reference holes (Top) These precision screw holes are for locking the camera module. Locking the camera module into these holes secures the optical axis alignment.
  • Page 6: Rear Panel

    Rear Panel 1 Read mode selector 2 GAIN switch 3 Manual gain control 4 Restart reset/External trigger shutter mode switch 5 75Ω termination switch 6 HD/VD signal input/output switch Note When you do switch settings, make sure the unit is off. 1 Read mode selector This switch selects either the 2I mode (interlace) or the 1N mode (non-interlace).
  • Page 7 VIDEO OUT/DC IN/SYNC connector pin assignment Pin No. Camera sync output Ground +12V DC Video output 1 (Ground) Video output 1 (Signal) HD output (Ground) VD output (Signal) VD output (Signal) Video output 2 (Ground) Video output 2 (Signal) WEN output 2 (Signal) Trigger pulse input (Signal) Ground * The common grounds for 7, 10 and 11 pins.
  • Page 8: Specifications Of The Input/output

    Specifications of the Input/Output Input Phase Specifications of the External HD/VD EVEN, Non Interlace External VD External HD Make sure that the external HD/VD phases against the standard central phase are as shown in the figure above. Invalid signal input may cause an error in the internal reset.
  • Page 9: Specifications Of The External Hd And Vd Outputs

    Specifications of the External HD/VD Outputs The amplitude level is the typical value when terminated with 10 kΩ. The external HD and VD can be output when you set the INT/EXT switch to INT. Specifications of the WEN Output 625 H(1N) 312.5 H(2I) The amplitude level is the typical value when terminated with 10 kΩ.
  • Page 10: Image Output Mode

    Image Output Mode The unit has two image signal output modes. Select the mode by setting the read mode switch on the rear panel. 2I Mode (Factory Default) The VIDEO OUT 1 and VIDEO OUT 2 connectors output ODD/EVEN interlaced images every 1/100 second.
  • Page 11: Restart/reset

    Restart/Reset To set Restart/Reset mode The information on one screen can be extracted at any time by externally inputting a restart/reset signal (HD/ VD). To enter this mode, set the Restart reset/ External trigger shutter mode switch on the rear panel of the camera as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 12: Example Of Usage Of The Partial Scanning Mode

    Example of Usage of the Partial Scanning Mode As shown in the table on the next page, you can increase the frame rate by setting the partial scanning mode switch and the external VD frequency. The image obtained is centered as shown below. External VD VBLKG Video out...
  • Page 13 External VD interval Partial scanning setting Tv [line] 10th digit 625 (20.0 ms) 312 (9.98 ms) 208 (6.65 ms) 156 (4.99 ms) BLKG interval Tb = 15 + n (n stands for the partial scanning setting value. When the 10th digit is 2 and the first digit is 6, n=26. The maximum value of n is 99, and the minimum value of Tb is 45.
  • Page 14: External Trigger Shutter

    External Trigger Shutter By inputting an external trigger pulse, the camera is able to capture fast-moving objects clearly. Set the Restart reset/External Trigger Shutter mode switch on the rear panel to Mode 1 or Mode 2. When you set the trigger pulse width to 1/3 of a second or more, the output signal changes to the normal VIDEO signal.
  • Page 15: Example Of The Usage Of The Partial Scanning Mode

    Example of Usage of the Partial Scanning Mode Increase the frame rate by setting the shutter speed to the trigger pulse width in external trigger modes 1 and 2, and then set the partial scanning mode adjustment switch and the trigger frequency (as shown in the table on the next page).
  • Page 16 Trigger interval Partial scanning setting T [line] 10th digit 625 (20.0 ms) 312 (9.98 ms) 208 (6.65 ms) 156 (4.99 ms) BLKG interval Tb = 15 + n (n stands for the partial scanning setting value. When the 10th digit is 2 and the first digit is 6, n=26. The maximum value of n is 99, and the minimum value of Tb is 45.
  • Page 17: Timing Chart

    Timing Chart When set to Mode 1 (M1) For setting the shutter speed using trigger pulse width N HD/VD input • Continuous VD input External trigger shutter operation Trigger* Exposure time (Te)* External HD* External VD* (Continuous T: T=under 10 µ s* EXT-VD Video out 1* Video out 2...
  • Page 18 For setting the shutter speed using trigger pulse width N HD/VD input • Continuous HD input/Single VD input External trigger shutter operation Trigger* Exposure time (Te)* External HD* External VD* (Single VD) T: T=10 µ s to 65 ms* Video out 1* Video out 2 *1 This is a signal input from outside.
  • Page 19 For setting the shutter speed using trigger pulse width N No HD/VD input (Internal synchronization) External trigger shutter operation Trigger* Exposure time (Te)* Internal HD* Video out 1* Video out 2 312.5 H (2I mode) 625 H (1N mode) *1 This is a signal input from outside. *2 Exposure time (Te) Te = Trigger pulse width + 31 µ...
  • Page 20 For setting the shutter speed using DIP switches N HD/VD input • Continuous VD input External trigger shutter operation 100 µ s to 250 ms Trigger* Exposure time (Te)* External HD* External VD* (Continuous T: T=under 10 µ s* Video out 1* Video out 2 312.5 H (2I mode) 625 H (1N mode)
  • Page 21 For setting the shutter speed using DIP switches N HD/VD input • Continuous HD input/Single VD input External trigger shutter operation 2 µ s to 250 ms Trigger* Exposure time (Te)* External HD* External VD* (Single VD) T: T=10 µ s to 75 ms* Video out 1* Video out 2 *1 This is a signal input from outside.
  • Page 22 For setting the shutter speed using DIP switches N No HD/VD input (Internal synchronization) External trigger shutter operation 2 µ s to 250 ms Trigger* Exposure time (Te)* Internal VD* T: T=under 10 Video out 1* Video out 2 312.5 H (2I mode) 625 H (1N mode) *1 This is a signal input from outside.
  • Page 23 When set to Mode 2 (M2) For setting the shutter speed using trigger pulse width External trigger shutter operation Trigger* Exposure time (Te)* Video out 1* Video out 2 1 H to 2 H 312.5 H (2I mode) 625 H (1N mode) *1 This is a signal input from outside.
  • Page 24 For setting the shutter speed using the DIP switches External trigger shutter operation 2 µ s to 250 ms Trigger* Exposure time (Te)* Video out 1* Video out 2 312.5 H (2I mode) 625 H (1N mode) *1 This is a signal input from outside. *2 The exposure time (Te) is determined by the setting of the DIP switches.
  • Page 25: Main Specifications

    Main Specifications Image pickup device: 1/2type interline transfer PS CCD Number of effective pixels: 782 (H) × 582 (V) 8.3 (H) × 8.3 (V) µm Cell size: 8.10 mm (H) × 6.33 mm (V) Chip size: (H) × Effective sensing area: 6.4 mm (H) ×...
  • Page 26: Spectral Sensitivity Characteristics (typical Value)

    Standards UL1492, FCC Class A Digital Device, CE (EN50081-2 +EN50082-2) Other Restart/Reset function External trigger shutter Partial scanning New EIAJ compliance 12-pin connector pin assignment Accessories Lens mount cap (1) Operating Instructions (1) Spectral Sensitivity Characteristics (Typical Value) Relative sensitivity 1000 Wavelength (nm) Specifications...
  • Page 27: Ccd Output Waveform Timing Chart

    CCD Output Waveform Timing Chart Horizontal Output Waveform Timing Chart (3.457 µ s) CCD output signal Optical black Horizontal blanking period 177 Camera video output signal (Typical value) (0.745 µ s) 1 horizontal scanning period 944 (1H 32.000 µ s) Dummy Horizontal transfer stop...
  • Page 28 Vertical Output Waveform Timing Chart (1N) 7.5 H (240 µ s) CCD output signal Optical black Dummy bits Vertical blanking period (45 H) Camera video output signal (Typical value) 625 H (240 µ s) 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Optical black Optical black (1440 µ...
  • Page 29 Vertical Output Waveform Timing Chart (2I) Odd field (312.5 H) 7.5 H (240 µs) CCD1 output signal CCD2 output signal Optical Dummy bits black Vertical blanking period (25 H) Camera video (800 µ s) output signal (Typical value) 7.5 H (240 µs) Optical Optical...
  • Page 30: Dimensions

    Dimensions 44 (1 2-M3: Depth 4 Quad Scan CAMERA MODULE 75 (3) 83 (3 4-M3: Depth 4 50 (2) Specifications 11.9 ( 11.0 ( 21 1x VIDEO OUT/DC IN/SYNC GAIN 6.3 ( R.R N M1 M2 OFF ON INT EXT SHUTTER HIGH 75 Ω...
  • Page 31: Various Lens Selection

    Technical information contained herein is for reference only and does not convey any license by any implication or otherwise under any intellectual property right or other right of Sony or third parties. Sony cannot assume responsibility for any right infringements arising out of the use of this information. List of C-Mount Lens...

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