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CAMERA CONTROL UNIT

IK-TU61
WARNING
This is a Class A of EN55022 product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est comforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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-TU61
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  • Page 1: Camera Control Unit

    Retain this information for future ref- erence. Model No.: IK-TU61 Serial No.: WARNING This is a Class A of EN55022 product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

  • Page 2

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Read the following safety precautions carefully before using the product. These instructions contain valuable information on safe and proper use that will prevent harm and damage to the operator and other persons. Make sure that you fully understand the following details (indications, graphic symbols) before proceeding to the main descriptions in this manual.

  • Page 3

    Caution • Follow these cautions when installing. • Do not put the product on a Inflammable material such as carpet or blanket. • Do not put the product in a narrow space, since the heat generated by the product may cause fine.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 CAUTIONS ON USE AND INSTALLATION ........... 6 2 COMPONENTS ..................6 3 ITEMS CONTROLLED BY USING ON SCREEN DISPLAY ....7 4 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS..............8 5 CONNECTION..................10 5.1 Standard Connection ....................10 5.2 Cautions on Connection....................10 5.3 Connection on Back Panel..................

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    (7) OPTION........................37 (7.1) Chaging OUTPUT1 output .................. 37 (7.2) Chaging OUTPUT2 output .................. 37 (7.3) Chaging shading correction mode............... 37 (7.4) Chaging manual shading correction setting ............37 (7.5) Chaging RGB SYNC ................... 37 (7.6) Chaging FREEZE DISP setting ................38 (7.7) Chaging Negative/Positive inversion switch ............

  • Page 6: Cautions On Use And Installation

    1. . . . CAUTIONS ON USE AND INSTALLATION ●Operating ambient temperature and humidity. ●Carefully handle the units. Do not use the camera in places where temperature Do not drop, or give a strong shock or vibration and humidity exceed the specifications. Picture to the camera.

  • Page 7: Items Controlled By Using On Screen Display

    3 ITEMS CONTROLLED BY USING ON SCREEN DISPLAY Preset value Item Available selections (Factory setting) MODE AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG MANUAL EXT TRIG 1PULSE SNR, 1PULSE SR, 2PULSE, RS232C 1PULSE SNR -100 AUTO level 00 10 05 05 10 00 05 05 AUTO peak/average AUTO response speed...

  • Page 8: Names And Functions

    Preset value Item Available selections (Factory setting) -100 H phase adjustment Ext. SC 0/180 0, 180 Sync. -128 SC phase adjustment OUTPUT RGB, Y/P VBS, Y/C Shading correction mode SET, MANUAL, OFF -128 Manual shading correction RGB SYNC G, ALL ON, ALL OFF FREEZE DISP ON, OFF Negative/Positive inversion...

  • Page 9

    ① Camera cable terminal The camera cable is connected. ② POWER LED Lights when the power is turned on. ③ POWER switch Turns on or off the power supply. ④ FILE button Used when switching the scene files. ⑤ FREEZE button Used when switching to the freeze menu and when returning from the freeze menu to the camera menu.

  • Page 10: Connection

    5 CONNECTION 5 1 Standard Connection Coaxial IK-TU61 Cable 75 Ω Lens VIDE Camera cable Camera Control unit DC IN 12V (option) Camera head ( option ) monitor DC power supply 5 2 Caution on Connection ・ Please use only optional camera heads model # JK-TU62H or JK-TU63H with this camera controller.

  • Page 11: A Connector Pin Assignments

    5 3A Connector Pin Assignments DC IN 12V DC IN/SYNC S-VIDEO +12V GND(for VBS,Y/C) +12V +12V GND(for R/G/B,Y/P GND(for INDEX) INDEX G/Y OUT GND(for HD) HD OUT VBS/Y OUT VD OUT SYNC OUT GND(for TRIGGER) GND(for SYNC) TRIGGER -/C OUT VD IN HD IN GND(for VD)

  • Page 12: Operation

    6 OPERATION ① Referring to the item “ 5. CONNECTION”, connect each equipment correctly. ② Turn on the connected equipment and the camera. ③ When using the camera for the first time and when replacing the camera cable and the camera head, be sure to operate the ABB adjustment in advance, referring to the item “6.1 Automatic Black Balance”.

  • Page 13: White Balance

    6 2 White Balance For the white balance adjustment for this unit, ATW (Automatic Trace White balance), AWB (Automatic White Balance) and MANUAL (Manual white balance) adjustments are provided. Referring to the items “7.2 (3) WHT BAL (White balance), 7. MODE SETTING BY ON SCREEN DISPLAY”, select the desired mode. MANUAL (...

  • Page 14

    Display Meaning AWB OK Automatic white balance adjustment finished correctly. AWB NG Automatic white balance adjustment cannot be performed because the video level is LEVEL LOW too low. Set the video level properly. AWB NG Automatic white balance adjustment cannot be performed because the video level is LEVEL HIGH too high.

  • Page 15: Scene File

    6 3 Scene File Three scene files (A, B, C) are available as user memories for this unit. These are selectable depending on shooting conditions. By using the [FILE] button, the camera operation is changed immediately from the currently selected Scene File to the next. (Refer to the item “7. MODE SETTING BY ON SCREEN DISPLAY”.) ・...

  • Page 16: Shading Correction

    6 5 Shading Correction Due to the lens used or the environmental condition, vertical color shading may occur at the top and bottom of the screen. In this case, the shading correction can decrease the color shading. For the shading correction of the unit, SET (Automatic shading correction), MANUAL (Manual shading correction), and OFF (no shading correction) modes are provided.

  • Page 17: Freeze Operation

    6 6 Freeze Operation ・ Freeze Mode Operation is only possible when no menu character display or color bar is on the screen. ・ Freeze Mode Operation is not possible when the shutter mode is set to EXT TRIG. ・ The method of toggling between Live Image Mode and Freeze Mode differs according to the shutter menu’s FREEZE INPUT setting.

  • Page 18: Menus

    POWER SW V i d e o s i g n a l o u t p u t Color bar screen Index menu DISP DISP DISP DISP PAGE PAGE PAGE Menus PAGE 6.OPTION 1.SHUTTER 2.GAIN 3.WHT BAL 4.PROCESS 5.MATRIX 6.SYNC PAGE PAGE...

  • Page 19: Shutter (electronic Shutter)

    7 2 Menus ・ Select the menu to change the setting by referring the item “7.1 Using the Menus”. ・ When the [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons are pushed, the “→” on the screen moves up and down. Move the “→” to the item to change. ( 1 ) SHUTTER(...

  • Page 20: Changing Each Setting In Auto Mode

    ( ( ( ( 1. . . . 1) ) ) ) Changing each setting in AUTO mode Move up and down Set by pushing Shutter mode AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG By pushing DATA UP,DOWN MENU UP,DOWN Video level adjustment -100 to 100 Peak and average ratio adjustment 00 10 to 10 00 -- 1 SHUTTER -- <FILE A>...

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    (d) Changing the automatic shutter zone area ① Set the “→” to AREA by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons. ② Set the measurement light area by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons. [DATA UP] PRESET A PRESET B PRESET C PRESET D PRESET E USER...

  • Page 22

    ( ( ( ( 1. . . . 2) ) ) ) Changing each setting in MANU mode Move up and down Set by pushing By pushing DATA UP,DOWN MENU UP,DOWN Sutter mode AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG -- 1 SHUTTER -- <FILE A> Sutter speed setting OFF, 1/120s, 1/250s, 1/500s, 1/1000s, 1/2000s, MODE...

  • Page 23: Changing Each Setting In Ss(synchro. Scan) Mode

    ( ( ( ( 1. . . . 3) ) ) ) Changing each setting in SS( ( ( ( synchro. scan) ) ) ) mode Move up and down Set by pushing By pushing DATA UP,DOWN MENU UP,DOWN Shutter mode AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG -- 1 SHUTTER -- <FILE A>...

  • Page 24: Changing Each Setting In Ext Trig Mode

    ( ( ( ( 1. . . . 4) ) ) ) Changing each setting in EXT TRIG mode The EXT TRIG has four modes; 1PULSE SNR, 1PULSE SR, 2PULSE, RS232C. First set the “→” to MODE and select EXT TRIG, then set the “→” to EXT TRIG and select the desired EXT TRIG mode.

  • Page 25: Changing Each Setting In 1 Pulse Sr Mode

    ( ( ( ( 1. . . . 4. . . . 2) ) ) ) Changing each setting in 1PULSE SR mode Move up and down Set by pushing By pushing DATA UP,DOWN MENU UP,DOWN Shutter mode AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG -- 1 SHUTTER -- <FILE A>...

  • Page 26: Changing Each Setting In 2 Pulse Mode

    ( ( ( ( 1. . . . 4. . . . 3) ) ) ) Changing each setting in 2PULSE mode Move up and down Set by pushing By pushing DATA UP,DOWN MENU UP,DOWN Shutter mode AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG -- 1 SHUTTER -- <FILE A>...

  • Page 27: Changing Each Setting In Rs232c Mode

    ( ( ( ( 1. . . . 4. . . . 4) ) ) ) Changing each setting in RS232C mode Move up and down Set by pushing By pushing DATA UP,DOWN MENU UP,DOWN Sutter mode AUTO, MANUAL, SS, EXT TRIG -- 1 SHUTTER -- <FILE A>...

  • Page 28: Changing The Maximum Gain In Auto (automatic Gain Control) Mode

    ( ( ( ( 2. . . . 1) ) ) ) Changing the maximum gain in AUTO (Automatic gain control) mode Move up and down Set by pushing By pushing DATA UP,DOWN MENU UP,DOWN -- 2 GAIN -- <FILE A> Gain mode AUTO, MANUAL, OFF MODE AUTO...

  • Page 29: Wht Bal (white Balance)

    ( ( ( ( 3) ) ) ) WHT BAL(White balance) WHT BAL has three modes; AWB, ATW, MANUAL. Set the “→” to MODE, push the [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN], and select mode among AWB, ATW, MANUAL. ( ( ( ( 3. . . . 1) ) ) ) Changing each setting in AWB(Automatic White Balance) mode Move up and down Set by pushing By pushing...

  • Page 30

    PRESET A PRESET B PRESET C PRESET D Custom Selection PRESET E USER (e) Confirming the contents of the zone area ① Set the “→” to AREA DISP by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons. ② Area screen appears by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons. When AREA is set to USER, the setting can be changed on the area menu.

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    (b) Changing B PAINT ① Set the “→” to B PAINT by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons. ② Set the blue paint by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons. [DATA UP] Blue is increased. -10 [DATA DOWN] Blue is decreased. (...

  • Page 32: Changing The Gamma Correction On/off

    ( ( ( ( 4) ) ) ) PROCESS Move up and down Set by pushing By pushing DATA UP,DOWN MENU UP,DOWN Gamma correction ON, OFF Gamma correction level setting -10 to 10 Black level gamma LOW, NORMAL, HIGH -- 4 PROCESS -- <FILE A>...

  • Page 33: Changing Black Gamma Correction Level

    Changing black gamma correction level ① Set the “→” to BLACK GAMMA by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons. ② Select black gamma correction by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons. [DATA UP] NORMAL HIGH [DATA DOWN] * When OFF is selected in GAMMA ON/OFF selection line, the display BLACK GAMMA turns off So the black gamma correction level change cannot be changed.

  • Page 34: Changing Master Pedestal

    ( ( ( ( 4. . . . 7) ) ) ) Changing master pedestal ① Set the “→” to M. PED by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons. ② Set the master pedestal by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons. [DATA UP]...

  • Page 35: Matrix(matrix Color Correction)

    ( ( ( ( 5) ) ) ) MATRIX(Matrix color correction) Move up and down Set by pushing By pushing DATA UP,DOWN MENU UP,DOWN Matrix color correction ON, OFF Red hue setting Yellow hue setting -- 5 MATRIX -- <FILE A> Red gain setting Yellow gain setting MATRIX...

  • Page 36: Int Screen

    ( ( ( ( 6) ) ) ) SYNC When an external sync signal is input, the display changes from INT (internal sync) to EXT (external sync) automatically. ( ( ( ( 6. . . . 1) ) ) ) INT screen -- 6 SYNC -- <FILE A>...

  • Page 37: Option

    ( ( ( ( 7) ) ) ) OPTION Move up and down Set by pushing By pushing DATA UP,DOWN MENU UP,DOWN OUTPUT1 RGB, Y/PR/PB OUTPUT2 VBS, Y/C SHADING MODE SET, MANUAL, OFF -- 7 OPTION <FILE A> Manual shading setting -128 to 127 OUTPUT1 RGB SYNC , ALL ON, ALL OFF...

  • Page 38: Setting User Area

    ( ( ( ( 7. . . . 6) ) ) ) Changing FREEZE DISP setting ① Set the “→” to FREEZE DISP by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN] buttons. ② Select either ON or OFF by pushing [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons. When ON is selected, the word “FREEZE”...

  • Page 39

    ② Move the “o” to the zone to be appeared. The display “o” moves up, down, left and right by pushing [MENU UP], [MENU DOWN], [DATA UP], [DATA DOWN] buttons. [MENU UP] ○ ↑ [DATA DOWN]○ ← ○ → ○ [DATA UP] ↓...

  • Page 40: Setting To Factory Setting Status

    ( ( ( ( 9) ) ) ) Setting to factory setting status The contents set of each scene file can be returned to the factory default status (preset status). (1) Select a file to set to the factory default status by [FILE] button. (2) If the color bar pattern or characters are displayed on the screen, press the [DISP] button to disable the color bar pattern and character display.

  • Page 41: External Sync Frequency Range

    ( ( ( ( 2) ) ) ) External sync frequency range (External sync with VBS, SYNC) For PAL standard frequency : Within ±50ppm (External sync with HD, VD) For CCIR standard frequency :Within ±1% (at horizontal sync frequency) ( ( ( ( 3) ) ) ) Using the unit with external sync signal Adjust H (horizontal) phase and SC (sub carrier) phase if necessary to match the output of multiple cameras.

  • Page 42: Synchro. Scan Operation

    7 4 Synchro. Scan Operation The shutter speed can be set by the horizontal scanning period (1H) or by the frame. Also, CCD integration mode can be set. ( ( ( ( 1) ) ) ) Setting by 1H 310/625H to 1/625H stands for the setting by the 1H and the shutter speed can be set by the 1H (63.56μs). (...

  • Page 43: Ext Trig(external Trigger)

    7 5 EXT TRIG (External trigger) Charge begins to accumulate after the trigger input operation (in the RS232C mode, by RS232C command input, in other modes, by trigger pulse (TRIGGER) input to the DC IN/SYNC terminal) or trigger signal input to the DIGITAL terminal and 1 field or 1 frame images are output.

  • Page 44: Pulse Sr (1 Pulse Sync Reset)

    ( ( ( ( 2) ) ) ) 1 PULSE SR( ( ( ( 1 Pulse Sync Reset) ) ) ) Charge begins to accumulate after the trigger input operation to the DC IN/SYNC terminal or trigger signal input (LVDS) to the DIGITAL terminal, the vertical sync signal is reset and field images are output. The exposure time is set to 0.06 to 20 ms on the menu.

  • Page 45: Pulse

    ( ( ( ( 3) ) ) ) 2PULSE Accumulation of charges is started and ended through the trigger pulse input to the DC IN/SYNC terminal or trigger signal input (LVDS) to the DIGITAL terminal, the vertical sync signal is reset and field images are output.

  • Page 46

    ( ( ( ( Frame storage period) ) ) ) Pulse width mode TRIGGER (DC IN/SYNC terminal) Falling edge mode TRIGGER D (DIGITAL terminal) Rising edge mode V reset V reset t t Internal VD Exposure Exposure Exposure Exposure Exposure Exposure Approx.

  • Page 47: Rs232c

    ( ( ( ( 4) ) ) ) RS232C Accumulation of charges is started and ended through RS232C commands to the DIGITAL terminal, the vertical sync signal is reset and field images are output. * RS232C control is required for this mode. To use it, consult with your dealer. :...

  • Page 48: Freeze Operation By Trigger Input

    7 6 Freeze Operation by Trigger Input When the shutter mode is set to AUTO, MANUAL or SS and the shutter menu’s FREEZE INPUT setting is set to TRIG or TRIG , toggling between the Live and the Frozen Image is performed by the trigger pulse input to the DC IN/SYNC terminal or trigger signal input (LVDS) to the DIGITAL terminal.

  • Page 49: Digital Output

    7 7 Digital output This unit outputs 10 bit digital video signals each for R, G and B from the DIGITAL terminal using the LVDS (Low Voltage Differential Signaling) method. ( ( ( ( 1) ) ) ) Sync pulse timing VD output (CBL internal pulse...

  • Page 50

    8. . . . BEFORE MAKING SERVICE CALL Symptom Items to be checked ・ Is the power supplied correctly? No image ・ Is the lens iris adjusted correctly? ・ Are the cables connected correctly? ・ Is the shutter mode set correctly? ・...

  • Page 51: Specifications

    9. . . . SPECIFICATIONS Power supply DC12V±10% Power consumption Approx. 8W (including a camera head) Pick-up system RGB, 3CCD, Micro prism system Available image sensor 1/2 inch, 1/3inch IT-CCD (Horizontal:752pixels, Vertical:582pixels) (Effective pixels) Scanning system 2:1 interlace Scan frequency Horizontal:15.625kHz, Vertical:50Hz Sync system Internal/External(Automatic switching)

  • Page 52: External Appearance Diagram

    10. . . . EXTERNAL APPEARANCE DIAGRAM Unit : mm [inch] - 52 -...

  • Page 53

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