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  • Page 1 Inspection Technologies Remote Visual Inspection Everest Ca-Zoom ® Operating Manual www.ge.com/inspectiontechnologies...
  • Page 2 ™ software technology, unique features such as your choice of camera head diameter, and ease of operation combine to make the Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 Digital Inspection System the newest innovation in remote visual inspection. Thank you for your business. Overview of Manual This manual provides you with all necessary information you need to operate and maintain the Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 Digital Inspection System.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents . Warning and Precautions ...... 3. Measurement Operations ....67 4. Maintenance 2. System Symbol Description ............14.1 Cleaning ........71 3. Features and Benefits ......14.2 Storage & Shipment ....71 4. Applications ........... 14.3 Lamp & Lamp Window Replacement - PTZ140....
  • Page 4: Warning And Precautions

    Electrical Shock Hazard Electrical shock hazard exists due to high internal voltage. The Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 CCU should never be misused or exposed to hazardous environments. There are no serviceable parts inside the CCU. The CCU should never be forced open or misused. The Hand-held Controller housing and cable connectors should never be exposed to hazardous environments.
  • Page 5 Warning The Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 Digital Inspection System and accessories should never come in direct contact with any voltage or current source. Damage to the equipment and/or electrical shock to the operator may result! The Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 Digital Inspection System may be disconnected from the AC power...
  • Page 6 Risque de Choc Électrique Le risque de choc électrique existe à cause du haut voltage interne. L’unité de contrôle informa- tisé du Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 ne doit pas faire l’objet d’une mauvaise utilisation ni être exposé à un environnement dangereux.
  • Page 7 à la capacité du produit de protéger l’utilisateur contre des blessures. Avertissement Le systèm d’inspection digital Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 et ses accessories ne doivent jamais entrer en contact direct avec une cource de courant ou avec du voltage. Ceci pourrait causer des dom- mages à...
  • Page 8: System Symbol Description

    2 System Symbol Description CAUTION: REFER TO USER’S MANUAL CAUTION: SURFACES MAY BE HOT FUSE INFORMATION: REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE AND RATING 10AF 250V Caution - Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure Description des Symboles ATTENTION: REPORTEZ-VOUS...
  • Page 9: Features And Benefits

    3 Features and Benefits Three Camera Head Diameter Options to provide inspection tools for large area viewing and in cases where access is limited to small openings. Camera heads are interchangeable and operate from same camera control unit and Hand-held Controller. •...
  • Page 10: Helpful Hints

    5 Helpful Hints • Prior to any inspection, familiarize yourself with the Hand-held Controller buttons, fea- tures, joystick navigation in order to save you time during inspection. • Clean the camera window regularly. In most cases a poor image is due to dirt on the camera window lens.
  • Page 11: Standard System

    6.2 Standard System • Ca-Zoom camera with integrated lights and pan & tilt • Camera Control Unit (CCU) • iV Hand-held Controller with LCD monitor • 30 m (100 ft.) Camera Cable • 5 m (16 ft.) Hand-held Control Cable •...
  • Page 12: System Components

    7 System Components Camera Control Unit USB Video Output CompactFlash Drive Camera Keyboard Connection Connection System Power Coaxial Video Out On/Off S-Video Out Coaxial Video In Hand-held S-Video In Controller Connection AC Power RS-232 Cable AC Fuse Camera Head Options Camera lens Camera lens 2 X 35 Watt Lights...
  • Page 13: Hand-held Controller

    Camera Head Options (Continued) Camera lens 8 X 5 Watt Lights Schrader Valve Cap PTZ70 Tilt Mechanism Pan Housing Hand-held Controller Speakers Soft Buttons (8 total) Multi-function joystick Save Zoom Freeze Focus Menu Enter Lights Exit Image Power (LCD) Microphone LDC Monitor Audio Level ®...
  • Page 14: System Setup

    8 System Setup Before setting up the system for use make sure the CCU, Camera Head and Hand-held Controller are placed on a sturdy surface. Attaching Hand-held Controller Cable Step 1. Remove the Hand-held Controller and Hand-held Controller’s cable from the system’s case.
  • Page 15: Attaching The Camera Cable

    Attaching Camera Cable to Camera and CCU Step 1. Align the small key on the cable connector with the keyway inside the connec- tor on the camera head. Push the cable in and turn the nut until it comes to a hard stop (fig.
  • Page 16: Attaching Slip Ring Cable Reel

    Attaching Slip Ring Cable Reel (Optional) Step 1. Align the wide key on the female end of the patch cable (fig. 5) with the wide notch on the top of the connector on the cable reel. Push the cable in and turn the nut until it locks in place (fig.
  • Page 17: Laser Installation Ptz100

    Laser Accessory Installation (PTZ00) Step 1. Locate the Schrader air valve on the pan and tilt section of the camera. Remove the Schrader air valve cover. Step 2. Release the pressure from the camera head Step 3. Remove the screw from the laser mounting port on camera head (fig. 8) Figure 7 Figure 8 Step 4.
  • Page 18: Laser Installation Ptz140

    Laser Accessory Installation (PTZ40) Step 1. Locate the Schrader air valve on the pan and tilt section of the camera. Remove the Schrader air valve cover. Step 2. Release the pressure from the camera head (fig. 11) Step 3. Remove the three screws from the laser mounting plate on camera head (fig. 12) Figure 2 Figure  Step 4.
  • Page 19: Operation Procedures

    9 Operation Procedures Place Ca-Zoom PTZ case on sturdy surface. Take out AC power cable and connect to power outlet. If possible, use AC power cord in combination with a GFI protector. Connect Hand-held Controller cable to Hand-held Controller and CCU. Connect camera cable to camera and CCU.
  • Page 20: Hand-held Controls

    10 Hand-held Controls Joystick Overview The joystick is used to control the PTZ camera motion and navigate through the menu selection on the hand-held contoller’s LCD. The left and right joysticks will both be simultaneously active. Hence, contradictory joystick movement will result in the camera dithering (camera moving back and forth).
  • Page 21 Joystick - Text Generator The joystick is used to scroll through text characters in the on-screen keyboard to be entered. Usage • The joystick may be used to create text for text annotation overlay onto live or frozen images (see “Text Annotation”). •...
  • Page 22 Zoom Usage • The Zoom Plus (Zoom +) button will make the camera zoom in on a live screen only. The Zoom Minus (Zoom -) button will make the camera zoom out from an inspection subject. Access • Press Zoom Plus (Zoom +) button while in live video mode to zoom in on an inspection subject.
  • Page 23 Focus Usage • Camera will convert to manual focus mode. For use in live screen mode only. Access • Press FOCUS (+ or -) while in live screen mode. Operation • Provides manual focus operation to adjust an out-of-focus image. •...
  • Page 24 Lights Usage • Adjust light output level from lamp. • Turn lamp On/Off. Access (PTZ70) • Press Light (Spot) to operate 4-spot light. • Press Light (Flood) to operate 4-flood light. Access (PTZ00) • Press Light (left) to operate top light. •...
  • Page 25 Image Usage • Controls the brightness of the image displayed on the LCD. Access • Press Image (+ or -) to increase or decrease the brightness of the image displayed on the LCD. Operation • Displays brightness level gauge in top right corner of screen showing relative image brightness.
  • Page 26 Volume Usage • Adjust volume level on Hand-held Controller’s speaker. Access • Press the volume (+) to increase volume output level or volume (-) to decrease volume output level. Operation • Volume indicator will be displayed in top right corner of screen showing relative volume for 3 seconds after buttons have been pressed.
  • Page 27 Exit Usage • Terminates current button or menu activated functions. Access • Press EXIT button. • If in an operation from a live screen, returns operation to basic live view. • If in an operation associated with a frozen image, returns to the FREEZE FRAME image screen.
  • Page 28: Menu Features

    11 Menu Features 11.1 Save Image and Video Overview • The system stores images in folders in either flash memory or on a CompactFlash (CF) card. A PTZ system default folder name of “MAIN” is initially created by the . New folders may be created using the file manager menu (see “File Manager - Folders”).
  • Page 29: Image Save

    Video File Storage Capacity Table Video File Format Typical File Size per Image Internal Flash Memory 512MB CF Card (notes 1,2) Capacity - 64MB (note 3,5) (note 3,5) MPEG2 high 3.2Mbs 160 secs 21 mins MPEG2 low 2.1Mbs 480 secs 33 mins MPEG1 high 2.8Mbs...
  • Page 30: Annotation

    Quick Image Save to Last Folder • The PTZ system assumes you would like save the current image to the same drive and folder as the previous save. After pressing SAVE the menu screen which appears has the path to the last saved folder highlighted. To save to that folder, just press ENTER (you do not need to move the cursor pointer).
  • Page 31: Text Annotation

    Adding Audio to a Previously Captured Image • In a live or FF screen, press MENU, Highlight FILE MANAGER and press ENTER. • Use the joystick to move the arrow pointer to the A:\ or C:\ memory location and press ENTER.
  • Page 32 When Text May Be Added to Images • Text may be added to images at any one of the following times: • When an image is frozen, text may be added to the image prior to storing the image by: - Using the keyboard or joystick - Recalling preset text •...
  • Page 33 Saving Preset Text with New or Recalled Images Note: To create preset text, see SET-UP MENU - PRESETS. When a recalled image is displayed on the Hand-held Controller’s LCD monitor, or when a frozen image is displayed: • Press MENU. A menu will appear which contains STILL ANNOTATION. •...
  • Page 34 Live Image Annotation Text and arrow annotation can be created and displayed on the live images shown on the Hand- held Controller, and provided on the video output connectors of the CCU. • Text and arrow annotation shown on live images will be captured and stored on images which are frozen and stored to internal or CompactFlash card.
  • Page 35 Clearing Live Annotation Text • Live annotation text may be cleared by: • Press MENU. • Use the arrow pointer to highlight LIVE ANNOTATION CLEAR TEXT. • Press ENTER. Hiding/Showing Text Annotation • Display of live text annotation may be turned on or off in any screen using the show option. - Press MENU.
  • Page 36 Clearing Arrow Annotation At any time for live image arrow annotation, or prior to saving a frozen image, all current text and arrow annotation may be cleared by: • Press MENU. • Highlight LIVE ANNOTATION or STILL ANNOTATION. • Move the arrow pointer to CLEAR ARROWS. •...
  • Page 37: Main Menu Operation

    12 Main Menu Operation Usage Provides access to the following sub-menus and image functions in live screen mode: • GO TO HOME • CAMERA SETUP • LASERS (option will only appear if laser measurement accessory is installed on camera head) •...
  • Page 38: Go To Home

    12.1 GO TO HOME (position) Access • Press the MENU button • Highlight GO TO HOME • Use pointer to select GO TO HOME and PRESETS. Operation • Camera will move to Home Postion configured in Presets Home Position Set Home. 12.2 CAMERA SETUP Menu Usage...
  • Page 39: Digital Zoom

    Digital Zoom Usage • Turn digital zoom On/Off Access • Highlight Digital Zoom Operation • Move pointer arrow to Permanent • Move pointer arrow to either ON or OFF • Press ENTER. A check mark will appear next to your selection To Accept •...
  • Page 40: Long Exposure

    Long Exposure Usage • The PTZ’s embedded computer will allow the camera’s electronic shutter to remain open until the image being acquired has a brightness level that matches a factory preset value. Access • Highlight CAMERA SETUP Operation • Move pointer arrow to either ON or OFF •...
  • Page 41 Sensor Units Usage • Allows user to set temperature to set pressure to PSIG, BAR or Zero Access • Highlight Sensor Units Operation • Move pointer arrow to either PRESSURE or RADIATION • Or PSIG, BAR or SET TO ZERO in Pressure •...
  • Page 42 • Move the pointer arrow to AUDIO WARNING. A drop-down menu with ON/OFF appears. • Press ENTER. A check mark will appear next to your selection. To Accept • Press MENU DISPLAY TEMP (On/Off) • Allows temperature in Celsius to be turned on or off. Access •...
  • Page 43: White Balance

    Camera Stabilization (PTZ40 camera head only) Usage • Helps to stabilize the video image when the camera is in vibrating environment. Access • Highlight CAMERA STABILIZATION Operation • Move pointer arrow ON or OFF • Press ENTER. A check mark will appear next to your selection. To Accept •...
  • Page 44: Lasers

    12.3 LASERS Turns the Parallel Laser accessory mounted on the camera head ON and OFF. The Parallel laser accessory provides a reference measurement on a perpendicular surface. Warning • Prevent direct eye exposure to beam • Ensure that the beam is always terminated at a suitable non-specular (i.e. non mirror-like) surface •...
  • Page 45 • Move pointer arrow to ZERO POSITION • Move pointer arrow to SET ZERO • Press ENTER. Preset Soft Keys Display Menu Feature • Allows Preset (1-10) to be utilized as soft buttons. HOME and ZERO Positions are always ON. Go to Preset Soft Keys •...
  • Page 46: Split Screen

    To Accept • Press ENTER. Set Preset (position) • Use joystick to position camera to desired preset position. • Move pointer arrow to PRESET button (1-10) • Move pointer arrow to SET PRESET • Press ENTER. 12.5 Split Screen Operation Usage •...
  • Page 47 Operations Live/FF Split Screen • Initially, the left half screen is active with a live image present. Split Screen Menu Options Pressing the MENU button while in split screen allows you to choose to: • Switch active sides • Close either side •...
  • Page 48 Split Screen Menu Saving One Side of the Split Screen Image • Insure the desired half screen is “ACTIVE”. • Press MENU. • Highlight SPLIT OPTIONS (RIGHT or LEFT) FULL SCREEN. • Press ENTER. • Press MENU. • Highlight SAVE IMAGE. •...
  • Page 49: Video Record

    12.6 Video Record Operation Usage • The Video Record mode allows live video displayed on the hand-piece LCD to be stored to Internal Flash Memory or CompactFlash card.. Access • Press MENU while in live mode. • Highlight VIDEO RECORD by using the cursor to move the joystick up or down. •...
  • Page 50 Audio On/Off (Option) • Allows audio to be turned On/Off during video recording. Access • Prior to recording video press highlight Audio and select ON/OFF. • During recording press MENU and select VIDEO RECORD. • Highlight Audio and select ON/OFF. •...
  • Page 51: File Manager Menu

    12.7 FILE MANAGER Menu File Manager Menu Screen Figure 25 Usage • The File Manager menu is used for recalling, copying, or deleting images and videos from, or between, the internal flash memory (the C:\ drive), and the CompactFlash (the A:\ drive) drive. •...
  • Page 52 RECALL IMAGE and AUDIO Usage • Allows the user to recall images and their associated audio files, and videos stored in system memory or on CompactFlash card. Up to six thumbnails at a time can be displayed. From the thumbnail list, a specific image or video can be selected and displayed full-size. Access •...
  • Page 53 VIDEO PLAYBACK CONTROLS Usage • During video playback mode. Operation • Press joystick right to fast forward the video. • Press joystick left to rewind the video. • Press MENU to pause the video clip. Video playback menu will appear. •...
  • Page 54 • Once a desired image has been located, press ENTER. A check mark will appear in the top, left corner of the image. To remove a check mark, hit ENTER again. • Repeat the process until all images that need to be copied have been checked. •...
  • Page 55 • Use the cursor to highlight the location of the images or videos (C:\ or A:\), and whether you wish to delete all images and videos or selected images and videos. • Press ENTER. Operation for Deleting All Images and Videos If either DELETE IMAGES C:\ SELECTED or DELETE IMAGES A:\ SELECTED was cho- sen from the menu: •...
  • Page 56: Folder Operations

    FOLDER Operations • The PTZ system supports the creation and modification of file folders in the internal C:\ memory and the A:\ disk drive. Initially the PTZ system creates a folder named MAIN in the C:\ and A:\ memory locations. The user may create additional folders on either on the C:\ or A:\ memory locations.
  • Page 57 RENAME FOLDER Access • Highlight FOLDER in the FILE MANAGER menu. Operation • Move the arrow pointer to either C:\ or A:\. A drop-down menu with CREATE/RENAME/CHOOSE/ DELETE will appear. • Move the arrow pointer to RENAME. • Press ENTER. A thumbnail screen of all the folders located on the selected drive appears. •...
  • Page 58 DELETE FOLDER Access • Highlight FOLDER in the FILE MANAGER menu. Operation • Move the arrow pointer to either C:\ or A:\. A drop-down menu with CREATE/RENAME/CHOOSE /DELETE will appear. • Move the arrow pointer to DELETE. • Press ENTER. A screen will appear asking if you are sure you want to delete the folder. •...
  • Page 59: Setup Menu

    12.8 SETUP Menu Usage • The SETUP MENU is used to change various basic system settings. • The settings you choose are stored and recalled at power-up. Access • Press the MENU button. • Use the joystick to select SETUP MENU from the onscreen display. •...
  • Page 60 • The PTZ system can be configured to display all on-screen menus and instructions in English, or any one of five other languages. • The PTZ system is shipped from the GE Inspection Technologies’ factory with the English language set as the active language. The following languages are installed in the PTZ system memory, and may be activated via the SETUP MENU: •...
  • Page 61 Changing to Other Language • If the language being shown on the hand-held controller is not the desired language, you can access the language selection menu by performing the following steps. • From a live screen, press MENU. • Move the arrow pointer down to the menu option at the bottom of the screen. •...
  • Page 62 To Accept • Press MENU. MPEG QUALITY SELECTION Access • Highlight IMAGE, a drop-down menu appears. • Move pointer arrow MPEG QUALITY. Operation • Move pointer arrow to MPEG2 HIGH, MPEG2 LOW, MPEG1 HIGH, MPEG1 MED, MPEG1 LOW. • Press ENTER. A check mark will appear next to your selection. To Accept •...
  • Page 63 Delete Existing Preset Text Overlay Access • Highlight GRAPHICS. A drop-down menu will appear. • Move the pointer arrow to PRESETS. • Press ENTER. The last preset text created will be displayed. Option • Move joystick Up/Down to scroll through existing preset text screens. •...
  • Page 64 LOGO Allows up to a 200 pixel x 200 pixel, 16-color Bitmap graphic to be imported into the PTZ system, and displayed on live or stored images. (See “Appendix M” for instructions on creating a logo file.) Access • Highlight GRAPHICS. A drop-down menu will appear. •...
  • Page 65 SET TIME/DATE Usage • Allows time and date to be set. Access • Highlight TIME/DATE. • Move pointer arrow to SET. A dropdown text box will appear with the current time and date setting. • Press ENTER. A new screen which allows the time and date to be modified appears. •...
  • Page 66 AUDIO Usage • Enables sound when buttons on the PTZ Hand-held Controller is pressed. Access • Press the MENU button. • Use the joystick to select SETUP MENU from the on-screen display. • Press ENTER. A list of user modifiable fields will appear. •...
  • Page 67 UPDATE SOFTWARE Menu Feature • Allows software updates to be loaded from CompactFlash card into the PTZ system. Usage • Software updates may be performed in the field without the need for the product to be sent back for factory service. Access Operation •...
  • Page 68: Measurement Operations

    13 Measurement Operations Feature Summary The Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 System supports five types of comparison measurements. • Length • PT-Line (Point-to-Line) • Area • Multi-Length (Multi-Segment Length) • Circle Gauge • Comparison measurement uses the size of a known object to measure other objects in the same view and plane.
  • Page 69 Comparison Measurement - General Operation For all comparison measurements, the first steps are the same. • Press FREEZE to freeze an image. • Press Menu and select Measure • Select the Comparison measurement type and press ENTER • Make sure camera head is perpendicular to object being measured •...
  • Page 70 Comparison Measurement - Point-to-Line Usage • Measure the distance from a reference line to a point perpendicular to that line, based on a known reference dimension on the image. Operation • Set the reference dimension as described in General Operation. •...
  • Page 71 Comparison Measurement - Multi-Segment Length Usage • Measure the total length of a multi-segmented or non-linear line, based on a known refer- ence dimension on the image Operation • Set the reference dimension as described in General Operation. • The first of up to 24 cursors will appear. Position the cursor as the first point on the feature to be measured and press ENTER.
  • Page 72: Maintenance

    14 Maintenance 4. Cleaning Please clean camera head after an inspection. Use regular water to wipe down cables. Use 70% alcohol to water solution to wipe down the camera head. 4.2 Storage and Shipments The PTZ system should always be stored in a clean and dry condition. Storage should be in areas protected from extreme temperature and high humidity.
  • Page 73: Camera Window Replacement - Ptz140

    Lamp Replacement: • Remove the metal cap from the lamp housing by grasping the lamp housing cap and turning counter clockwise. • Grasp the lamp firmly and pull straight out of the socket, making note of which type of lamp (spot or flood) is being removed (this is written on the side of the lamp).
  • Page 74: Camera Module Replacement - Ptz140

    4.5 Camera Module Replacement - PTZ40 CAUTION ! Before performing any maintenance task, be sure to de-pressurize the camera unit via the shrader valve (see page 11). Follow these steps to replace the camera module in the event of camera failure: •...
  • Page 75 • Plug the wire harnesses into the new camera module and slide the new module into the housing. CAUTION. Make sure not to pinch the laser wire harness when securing the camera module. • Make sure to put the Desiccant packs back into the camera housing. One on each side of the camera (fig.
  • Page 76: Lamp Window Replacement - Ptz100

    4.6 Lamp Window Replacement - PTZ00 CAUTION! Before performing any maintenance task, make sure camera system is turned off and be sure to de-pressurize the camera unit via the Schrader valve (see page 11). To replace the lamp window, follow these steps: •...
  • Page 77: Camera Window

    4.7 Camera Window Replacement - PTZ00 CAUTION! Before performing any maintenance task, be sure to de-pressurize the camera unit via the Schrader valve (see page 11). Make sure unit is cooled down completely. Lamps are extremely hot. To replace the camera window, follow these steps: •...
  • Page 78: Camera Module

    4.8 Camera Module Replacement - PTZ00 CAUTION ! Before performing any maintenance task, be sure to de-pressurize the camera unit via the shrader valve. Follow these steps to replace the camera module in the event of camera failure: • Remove the back cover from camera housing by unscrewing the 8 Phillips screws around the edges (fig.
  • Page 79 • Locate the laser power harness and unplug from the circuit board by gently pulling on the wires (fig. 55) • Gently pull harness to the right side of the housing out of the way. Figure 55 Figure 56 • Pull the module out through the back of the camera housing (fig. 57). •...
  • Page 80: Lamp Replacement - Ptz70

    4.9 Lamp Replacement - PTZ70 CAUTION! Before performing any maintenance task, make sure camera system is turned off and be sure to de-pressurize the camera unit via the Schrader valve (see page 12). To replace the camera window, follow these steps: •...
  • Page 81: Camera Window Replacement - Ptz70

    Figure 63 Figure 64 4.0 Camera Window Replacement - PTZ70 CAUTION! Before performing any maintenance task, be sure to de-pressurize the camera unit via the Schrader valve (see page 12). To replace the camera window, follow these steps: • Remove the four Phillips screw from the front of the camera housing (fig. 59). •...
  • Page 82: Camera Module Replacement - Ptz70

    4. Camera Module Replacement - PTZ70 CAUTION ! Before performing any maintenance task, make sure camera system is turned off and be sure to de-pressurize the camera unit via the Schrader valve (see page 12). Follow these steps to replace the camera module in the event of camera failure: •...
  • Page 83: Purging

    4.2 Purging If moisture gets into the camera housing fogging may occur on lenses and windows. To eliminate the fogging, purge the camera head by following the steps outlined below. Pressure Test Port 1. Run system with both lights on maximum for about one hour. For best results, put the pan & tilt in the upright position with the camera aimed vertically down.
  • Page 84: Troubleshooting

    15 Troubleshooting Problem Cause Remedy System will not turn on Not plugged in Check power cord for • • proper connection to properly grounded 110/240 VAC 50/60 Hz outlet No power to camera head CCU may have been turned Turn system power off for •...
  • Page 85: Service

    ALWAYS contact a GE Inspection Technologies Service Center for a Return Materials Authorization Number (RMA Number) prior to returning any product for service or repair. The RMA number allows us to keep track of your product and in return provides you with a quick reference number when contacting us in regard to your repair.
  • Page 86: Warranty

    GE Inspection Technologies any other liability in connection with the sale of its Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2. GE Inspection Technologies shall not be liable for any loss or damage, whether direct or indirect, incidental, or consequential, resulting from the breach of any express warranty set forth herein.
  • Page 87: Appendices

    18 Appendices Appendix A – Specifications Operating / Storage Environment Operating temperature: -18° to 49°C (0° to 120°F) Pressure: Waterproof to 45.0 m (150.0 ft.) or 65 PSI (4.5 bar) external Pressurization: Schrader valve with protective cap/15 psi internal max Radiation Tolerance: PTZ140: Dose Rate: ~5,000 rad/hour - Cumulative Dose: ~60,000 rads...
  • Page 88 Camera Control Unit / Processor (Continued) Video Recording: MPEG2: High and Low Quality Settings Up to 42 minutes recording on High w/1GB CF card MPEG1: High, Medium and Low Quality Settings Up to 92 minutes recording on Med w/1GB CF card Video Output: Composite, S-Video and USB 2.0 full-VGA streaming digital video...
  • Page 89 PTZ100 Camera Type: 1/4” Color EX-View HAD CCD (NTSC and PAL) ® Resolution: 470 HTV Lines NTSC, 460 HTV Lines PAL Zoom: 10x optical optical, 4x digital, 40x total (f=4.2 mm - 42 mm) Field-of-View: In-air: 4.6° H x 3.5° V in tele: min distance of 1 m (3.28 ft) In-air: 46°...
  • Page 90 PTZ70 Camera Type: 1/4” Color EX-View HAD CCD (NTSC and PAL) ® Resolution: 470 HTV Lines NTSC, 460 HTV Lines PAL Zoom: 10x optical optical, 4x digital, 40x total (f=4.2 mm - 42 mm) Field-of-View: In-air: 4.6° H x 3.5° V in tele: min distance of 1 m (3.28 ft) In-air: 46°...
  • Page 91: B - Software

    Appendix B – Software Zoom: PTZ140: 25x optical, 12x digital zoom control PTZ100: 10x optical, 4x digital zoom control PTZ70: 10x optical, 4x digital zoom control Enable/disable digital zoom capability Camera Setup: User interface of camera setup: long exposure, invert camera, pan/tilt range, digital zoom on/off, image stabilization and IR filter on/off for PTZ140 only Positions:...
  • Page 92: C - Legacy

    Appendix C – Legacy The Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 CCU, cable and camera heads are compatible to legacy PTZ 4.0, 4.2 and 4.3 camera systems. In addition 4.0, 4.2 and 4.3 systems and camera heads will operate with the PTZ 6.2 camera control units. Certain camera functions will not be accessible. The table below summarizes features availability.
  • Page 93: D - New System Default Settings

    Appendix D – New System Default Settings Function Default Settings Focus Auto/Manual Auto Digital Zoom On/Off Long Exposure Manual Camera Controls White Balance Auto Image Stabilization Flip Joystick Flip Image Lasers IR Filter Appendix E – Accessories Standard Accessories • AC Power Cord (North America) V9000-5026 •...
  • Page 94: F - Manual Image Control Features

    Appendix F - Manual Image Control Features Auto White Balance This mode computes the white balance value output using the color information from the entire image. It outputs the proper value using the color temperature radiating from a black subject based on a range of values from 3000K to 7500K as a reference.
  • Page 95: G - Laser Accessory Calibration

    Appendix G - PTZ Parallel Measurement Laser Calibration • Setup PTZ system. Refer to “System Setup” on page 12. • Point the camera with the laser attachment tilted away from the PTZ body to allow access to the laser housing. •...
  • Page 96 • Adjust the zoom to the highest optical level until both laser dots are as large as possible in the image. Do not use digital zoom. • Again, center the laser dots in the image 2 in. (50 mm) apart. Figure 75 •...
  • Page 97: H - Agency Certification

    Class 3R Laser Product, 630nm-670nm, 5mW INTRINSIC SAFETY The Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 Digital Inspection System camera and its accessories are not explo- sion-proof, pressurized, or intrinsically-safe. Do not use in hazardous environements as defined in NFPA 70 National Electrical Code, or IEC 79-10, or EN60079-10.
  • Page 98: I - System Configuration (w/cable)

    Appendix I – System Configurations (with cable) PTZ X.X XXX X PRODUCT GENERATION A = Version A VIDEO FORMAT N = NTSC video format P = PAL video format CABLE (CCU to HEAD) 030 = 30m (100 ft) CONSTRUCTION (FINISH) A = Anodized Aluminum S = Stainless Steel (PTZ140 only) CAMERA HEAD DIAMETER...
  • Page 99: J - System Configuration (no Cable)

    Appendix J – System Configurations (no cable) PTZ X.X XXX X PRODUCT GENERATION A = Version A VIDEO FORMAT N = NTSC video format P = PAL video format CONSTRUCTION (FINISH) A = Anodized Aluminum S = Stainless Steel (PTZ140 only) CAMERA HEAD DIAMETER 140 = 140 mm (25x optical, 12x digital zoom) 100 = 100 mm (10x optical, 4x digital zoom)
  • Page 100: K - Spare Part List

    Appendix K - Spare Parts List Description Part Number Hand-held Controller (includes 5 m [16 ft.] cable) PTZ-PEND-C Hand-held Controller Cable 5 m (16 ft.) PEND-CBL-05 Hand-held Controller Shoulder Strap PEND-STRAP Hand-held Controller Sun Visor PEND-VISOR PTZ140 Camera head (25x optical zoom, 12x digital zoom) Aluminum, NTSC PTZ6.0140AHDNB PTZ140 Camera head (25x optical zoom, 12x digital zoom) Aluminum, PAL PTZ6.0140AHDPB...
  • Page 101: Other Accessories

    152 m (500 ft.) Main Cable - Camera Head to CCU V4400-6008 Please contact GE Inspection Technologies Customer Service for additional cable options. Other Accessories We offer a wide range of interconnecting or telescopic extension poles, tripods and other acces- sories.
  • Page 102: L - Chemical Compatibility

    Appendix L - Chemical Compatibility Chemical compatibility to the Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 system’s ability to come into contact with various liquid substances and not be damaged. There are far too many different liquids in the industrial environment for GE Inspection Technologies to test each one, so customers must determine for themselves if the Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 system is compatible with their specific...
  • Page 103: M - Creating A Logo Bitmap File

    Appendix M - Creating a LOGO Bitmap File The Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 system allows for a bitmap image file to be displayed on live images, and stored with captured images. Typically this bitmap image will be a corporate logo. The bitmap image which may be used by the Everest Ca-Zoom 6.2 system must not exceed 200...
  • Page 104: N - Environmental Compliance

    The crossed-out wheeled bin symbol invites you to use those systems. If you need more information on the collection, reuse and recycling systems, please contact your local or regional waste administration. Visit www.ge.com/inspectiontechnologies for take-back instructions and more information about this initiative. ®...
  • Page 105 ©2007 General Electric Company. Ca-Zoom is a registered trademark of GE Inspection Technologies, LP. is a trademark of GE Inspection Technologies, LP. CompactFlash is a registered trademark of SanDisk Corporation. Ex-View HAD is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation.

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