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CAMERA CONTROL UNIT
IK-HD3D
U.S.A INFORMATION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursu-
ant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
USER-INSTALLER CAUTION: Your authority to operate this FCC verified equipment could be voided if
you make changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Following information is only for EU-member states:
In residential areas this product may cause radio interference, therefore this product must
not be used in residential areas.
The use of the symbol indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste.
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more detailed information about the take-
back and recycling of this product, please contact your supplier where you purchased the
product or consult.
This manual is made from recycled paper.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
For Customer Use
Enter below the Serial No.
w h i c h i s l o c a t e d o n t h e
bottom of the cabinet. Retain
this information for future ref-
erence.
Model No.:
IK-HD3D
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    INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAMERA CONTROL UNIT IK-HD3D For Customer Use Enter below the Serial No. w h i c h i s l o c a t e d o n t h e bottom of the cabinet. Retain this information for future ref- erence.

  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Safety icons This manual contains safety instructions that must be observed in order to avoid potential hazards that could result in personal injuries, damage to your equipment, or loss of data. These safety cautions have been classified according to the seriousness of the risk, and the icons highlight these instructions as follows: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

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    5. Repairs or modifications made by the user or caused to be made by the user and carried out by an unauthorized third party. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.’s liabilities shall not, in any circumstances, exceed the purchase price of the product.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Protection of Personal Information Images taken by the camera that reveal the likeness of an individual person may be considered personal information. To disclose, exhibit or transmit those images over the internet or otherwise, consent from such individual person may be required. You are solely responsible to obtain such consent.

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    ( 4 ) PROCESS1 .............................23 (4. 1) Changing gamma correction ON/OFF ...................23 (4. 2) Changing gamma correction level ..................23 (4. 3) Changing black gamma correction level ................23 (4. 4) Changing pedestal .........................24 (4. 5) Change of white clip ......................24 ( 5 ) PROCESS2 .............................25 (5.

  • Page 6: Cautions On Use And Installation

    CAUTIONS ON USE AND INSTALLATION The following descriptions are for a camera head damage to the unit and may cause problems. Treat the unit. camera cables carefully to prevent cable problems, such as breaks in the cable and loose connections. If strong light is entered, vertical stripes or traverse bands may appear on the screen but this is not a failure.

  • Page 7: Items Controlled By The Screen Display

    ITEMS CONTROLLED BY THE SCREEN DISPLAY Preset value Item Available selections (Factory setting) AUTO, MANUAL, SS MANUAL AUTO level -100 – 0 – 100 AUTO peak/average 00 : 10 – 05 : 05 – 10 : 00 05 : 05 AUTO response speed 1 –...

  • Page 8: Names And Functions

    NAMES AND FUNCTIONS FILE button DISP button POWER switch MENU UP (SHD) button POWER LED DATA UP (AWB) button Camera cable for “IK-HD3H” or DATA DOWN “IK-HR3H” terminal (ABB) button GAIN button MENU DOWN button PAGE button [Front] FORMAT switch EXT.

  • Page 9: Connection

    CONNECTION 5. 1 Standard Connection DVI-D Cable Lens (Commercially IK-HD3D (option) available) DVI-D Camera Cable for IK-HD3D Camera Camera DC IN 12V Control unit Head option IK-HD3H or IK-HR3H (Scheduled to be available DVI monitor DC power supply in September, 2013)

  • Page 10: Cautions On Connection

    5. 2 Cautions on Connection connected to it. to EN60950-1 in Europe. or use UL listed and/or CSA approved ungrounded type AC adaptor with the specifications described below in U.S.A. or Canada. Current rating : More than 1.5A Ripple voltage : Less than 50 mV (p–p) Connector : HR10A–7P–4S by HIROSE electronics Co.

  • Page 11: Operation

    OPERATION A camera head needs to be connected to this camera control unit from this section on. Refer to the item “5. CONNECTION”, connect the equipment correctly. Turn on the connected equipment and the camera. When using the camera for the first time and when replacing the camera head, be sure to perform the ABB adjustment, refer to the item “6.1 Automatic Black Balance”.

  • Page 12: Scene File

    AWB (Automatic white balance) Perform the C.TEMP (color temperature conversion) setting, if necessary. (Refer to the item “7.2 (3) WHT BAL (White Balance)”.) 3200K : Appropriate for indoor shooting. 5600K : Appropriate for outdoor shooting. to disable the color bar pattern or the character display on the menu. Display Meaning Automatic white balance adjustment finished correctly.

  • Page 13: Gain

    6. 4 Gain When the image is dark even if the lens iris is open, change the gain (video gain) to get the desired video level. For gain adjustment of the unit, AUTO (Automatic gain control), MANUAL (Manual gain control), OFF (0 dB) modes are provided.

  • Page 14: Shading Correction

    6. 5 Shading Correction screen. If this happens, the shading correction function can be used to decrease the amount of color shading. For shading correction of the unit, SET (Automatic shading correction), MANUAL (Manual shading correction), and OFF (no shading correction) modes are provided. Select the mode on the OPTION menu. (Refer to the item “7.2 (8) (8.1) Changing shading correction mode”.) SET (Auto shading) to remove them from the screen.

  • Page 15: Mode Setting By On Screen Display

    MODE SETTING BY ON SCREEN DISPLAY Various settings can be controlled on the unit by using the on screen menu displayed on the monitor. The contents again when using the unit next time. When the setting is performed, select the menu of the item to be set. Note: taken videos.

  • Page 16: Menus

    7. 2 Menus ” on the screen moves up and down. Move the “ ” to the item whose setting you wish to change. ( 1 ) SHUTTER (Electronic shutter) The electronic shutter has three modes; AUTO, MANUAL, SS(Synchro. Scan). AUTO MANUAL AUTO...

  • Page 17: (1. 1) Changing The Setting In Auto Mode

    (1. 1) Changing the setting in AUTO mode Move up and down Select the desired by pushing value by pushing MENU UP, DOWN DATA UP, DOWN Shutter mode AUTO, MANUAL, SS Video level adjustment -100 to 100 -- 1 SHUTTER -- (FILE A) Peak and average ratio adjustment 00 10 to 10 00 MODE AUTO...

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    (d) Changing the automatic shutter response speed Move the “ [DATA UP] PRESET A PRESET B PRESET C PRESET D PRESET E USER [DATA DOWN] The available picture area is shown by the shading correction on the screen that is parted in 64. PRESET A PRESET B PRESET C...

  • Page 19: (1. 2) Changing The Setting In Manual Mode

    (1. 2) Changing the setting in MANUAL mode Move up and down Select the desired by pushing value by pushing MENU UP, DOWN DATA UP, DOWN Shutter mode AUTO, MANUAL, SS -- 1 SHUTTER -- (FILE A) Shutter speed setting OFF, 1/100s, 1/125s, 1/250s, 1/500s, 1/1000s, MODE MANUAL...

  • Page 20: ( 2 ) Gain (video Gain)

    ( 2 ) GAIN (Video gain) GAIN has three modes; AUTO, MANUAL, OFF. Move the “ OFF. In the OFF mode, gain is fixed to 0dB. (2. 1) Changing maximum gain in AUTO (AGC: Automatic gain control) mode Move up and down Select the desired by pushing value by pushing...

  • Page 21: ( 3 ) Wht Bal (white Balance)

    ( 3 ) The WHT BAL has two modes; AWB, MANUAL. Move the “ (3. 1) Move up and down Select the desired by pushing value by pushing MENU UP, DOWN DATA UP, DOWN White balance mode setting AWB, MANUAL R PAINT adjustment -10 to 10 -- 3 WHT BAL -- (FILE A) B PAINT adjustment -10 to 10...

  • Page 22: (3. 2) Changing Gain In Manual Mode

    The available picture area is shown by the shading correction on the screen that is divided into 64 parts. PRESET A PRESET B PRESET C PRESET D Custom Selection PRESET E USER Move the “ When AREA is set to USER, the setting can be changed on the area menu. When changing the area, refer to the item “7.2 (9) Setting USER area”.

  • Page 23: 4 ) Process1

    ( 4 ) PROCESS1 Move up and down by Select the desired value by pushing MENU UP, DOWN pushing DATA UP, DOWN Gamma correction ON, OFF Gamma correction level setting -10 to 10 -- 4 PROCESS1 -- (FILE A) Black gamma correction setting LOW, NORMAL, HIGH GAMMA ON/OFF GAMMA Master pedestal setting -200 to 200...

  • Page 24: (4. 4) Changing Pedestal

    (4. 4) Changing pedestal Changing master pedestal Move the “ -200 Changing R. PED (red pedestal) Move the “ -100 Changing B. PED (blue pedestal) Move the “ -100 (4. 5) Change of white clip Changing master pedestal Move the “ 100% 109%...

  • Page 25: 5 ) Process2

    ( 5 ) PROCESS2 Move up and down by Select the desired value by pushing MENU UP, DOWN pushing DATA UP, DOWN Detail gain setting 0 to 31 -- 5 PROCESS2 -- (FILE A) DTL GAIN Detail boost frequency 1 to 16 DTL FREQ HV BALANCE 16/16...

  • Page 26: 6 ) Process3

    ( 6 ) PROCESS3 Move up and down by Select the desired value by pushing MENU UP, DOWN pushing DATA UP, DOWN Matrix color correction ON, OFF -- 6 PROCESS3 -- (FILE A) MATRIX Selection of correction color R, R-Ye, Ye, Ye-G, G, G-Cy, COLOR C, Cy-, B, B-Mg, Mg, Mg-R Phase setting -15 to 15...

  • Page 27: 7 ) Sync

    ( 7 ) SYNC When an external sync signal is input, the display changes from INT (internal sync) to EXT. (external sync) automatically. (7. 1) INT screen Sync system display -- 7 SYNC -- (FILE A) MODE (7. 2) Changing EXT. setting Move up and down Select the desired by pushing...

  • Page 28: 8 ) Option

    ( 8 ) OPTION Move up and down by Select the desired value by pushing MENU UP, DOWN pushing DATA UP, DOWN SHADING MODE OFF, SET, MANUAL -- 8 OPTION -- (FILE A) SHADING Detail signal output ON, OFF DTL OUT V REVERSE Vertical inversion ON, OFF H REVERSE...

  • Page 29: (8. 4) Change Of Vertical Inversion Setting

    (8. 4) Change of vertical inversion setting Move the “ (8. 5) Change of horizontal inversion setting Move the “ (8. 6) Switching of inversion mode display Move the “ When ON is set, the setting status of vertical/horizontal inversion is displayed in the lower right part of the screen. ↓V···Vertical inversion is effective.

  • Page 30: 9 ) Setting User Area

    ( 9 ) Setting USER area changed. OFF. Set the output to area menu. Set the output to the area menu by referring to the item “7.2 (1.1) (e) Confirming the contents of the measurement light area selected by automatic shutter” and “7.2 (3.1) (e) Confirming the contents of the measurement light area selected by AWB”.

  • Page 31: 10 ) Returning To Factory Settings

    ( 10 ) Returning to factory settings The contents set of each scene file can be returned to the factory default status (preset status). pattern and character display. (4) The preset operation starts. When the preset operation finishes, the character PRESET OK is displayed for approx.

  • Page 32: Before Making Service Call

    BEFORE MAKING SERVICE CALL Symptom Items to be checked No image Poor color Noise appears...

  • Page 33: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Power supply Power consumption Approx. 11.4W (including the camera head) (with the power supply voltage of 12V) Pickup system RGB, 3CMOS, Micro prism system Image sensor 1/3 inch CMOS Effective pixels Horizontal: 1944 pixels, vertical: 1092 pixels Output pixels Horizontal: 1920 pixels, vertical: 1080 pixels Scanning system Progressive/Interlace...

  • Page 34: External Appearance Diagram

    EXTERNAL APPEARANCE DIAGRAM 186 [7.32] 11.8 [0.74] [Front] 4-M 3 BD [Rear] [1.06] 139 ± 0.15 [5.472 ± 0.006]...

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    Memo...

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    Limited Warranty – TOSHIBA Camera Control Unit The Imaging Systems Division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. ("ISD") makes the following limited warranty with regard to this CMOS Camera ("Product"). These limited warranties apply to the Original End-User "You(r)". One (1) Year Limited Warranty of Labor and Parts ISD warrants that this Product will perform in accordance with specifications for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase by the Original End-User.

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