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4-485-296-16 (1)

Wireless Adapter

Operating Instructions
CBK-WA100
CBK-WA101
© 2013 Sony Corporation

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  • Page 1: Wireless Adapter

    4-485-296-16 (1) Wireless Adapter Operating Instructions CBK-WA100 CBK-WA101 © 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Controlling the Camcorder/Recorder Table of Contents Remotely ...............19 Settings Overview About the Web Menu ...........21 Features ..............3 Initial screen .............21 Compatible Models and Functions ...... 4 About the setting menu ........22 Compatible models ..........4 Streaming Format Settings .........23 Required device to use the function ....
  • Page 3: Overview

    PMW-500/400/300/ 200/160/150 Solid-State Memory Camcorder (called * For details about the “Content Browser Mobile” application, contact your Sony dealer or a Sony service representative. “camcorder” in this document) or PMW-50 Portable Memory Recorder (called “recorder” in this document)
  • Page 4: Compatible Models And Functions

    * When the Rec/Stop control signals is included on the SDI Compatible Models and signals, recording starts/stops automatically by interlocking to the camcorder/recorder. The proxy file does not inherit the information and size from the original file. Functions Required device to use the function Compatible models Function Required device Required...
  • Page 5: Location And Function Of Parts

    C CAM connector (USB mini type B) Connect to a camcorder/recorder with the supplied USB cable. Remove the cover to make the connection. D SDI IN connector (BNC type) (CBK-WA100 only) Connect to a camcorder/recorder with the supplied BNC cable. This connector inputs the SDI signals that are output from the camcorder/recorder.
  • Page 6: Wps Button

    F WPS button K RESET button Use for the WPS function. Returns the wireless adapter to the factory setting. You can set the connecting device and access point L Power switch semi automatically by using the WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) function. To turn the wireless adapter on, set to “@.”...
  • Page 7: Preparations

    • HD SDI Remote I/F Outputs the common Rec/Stop control signals for a Note Sony camcorder. A proxy video is recorded on an SD When the USB cable is connected to the USB connector, card in the wireless adapter by interlocking with the the “Wi-Fi”...
  • Page 8: Attaching The Wireless Adapter To A Camcorder/Recorder

    Attaching the Wireless Turning on the Power Adapter to a Camcorder/ Make sure that the wireless adapter is attached to Recorder the camcorder/recorder correctly. For details about attaching to the camcorder/ The wireless adapter is used by attaching it to the recorder, refer to the supplied “Installation camcorder/recorder and connecting the supplied DC Manual.”...
  • Page 9: Connecting To The Terminal Device Via A Wireless Lan

    “Installation Manual.” For compatible wireless LAN modules, contact your The SSID and password of the wireless adapter are Sony dealer or a Sony service representative. printed on the label of the wireless adapter. The password can be changed in “AP Settings”...
  • Page 10: Connecting In The Wireless Lan Station Mode (Sta Mode)

    Input the user name and password, then touch For compatible wireless LAN modules, contact your “OK.” Sony dealer or a Sony service representative. “User Name”: “admin” (default setting) Notes “Password”: “cbk-wa100” (default setting for the • Do not connect or disconnect a wireless LAN module CBK-WA100) or “cbk-wa101”...
  • Page 11: Checking The Status Of The Wireless Lan Settings

    When connecting the modem that is compatible with the wireless adapter, the connection settings are made automatically, and the wireless adapter is ready for connecting to the Internet. For compatible modems, contact your Sony dealer or a Sony service representative. Connecting to the Internet...
  • Page 12: Connecting To The Internet In The Wireless Lan Station Mode (Sta Mode)

    You can check the modem settings on the “Status” screen (page 29). 3G/4G/LTE access point (not supplied) Internet Wireless module (not supplied) Camcorder/recorder + CBK-WA100/CBK-WA101 When connecting by tethering on a smartphone/tablet Tethering on the smartphone/ tablet Internet Wireless module (not supplied) Camcorder/recorder +...
  • Page 13: Connecting By Using A Lan Cable

    To connect Turning off the Power If the access point or smartphone/tablet is compatible with the WPS function, connect the wireless adapter to When the power switch is set to “1,” the wireless the Internet by performing procedures of “Connecting to adapter is turned off and the power indicator is turned the access point with the WPS function”...
  • Page 14: Operations

    * Indicated as “SD card” in these Operating Instructions. of the video/audio of camcorders PMW-500/PMW-400/ PMW-300/PMW-200/PMW-160/PMW-150 (or other Recommended Sony SD cards device able to send Rec/Stop control signals in an HD- • SDHC UHS-I memory card (Class 10) SDI signal) by interlocking with recording start/stop 32GB SF-32UX, 16GB SF-16UX, 8GB SF-8UX operations.
  • Page 15 details, refer to the operating instructions of the The “Device Status” screen appears. camcorder. • If the wireless adapter and the camcorder are turned on “Lock” switch “Rec” at the same time and you start recording on the camcorder immediately, the length of a proxy file that is recorded on an SD card differs from that of the original file because there is a delay before the wireless adapter starts recording.
  • Page 16: Checking Files That Are Recorded On An Sd Card

    About the file name Checking files that are recorded on an SD card When recording by interlocking to a camcorder/ recorder that is compatible with the wireless The recorded files are listed on the “SD Card” screen. adapter You can play a file, delete a file, or format an SD card on The file name is created as “<file name of the original the “SD Card”...
  • Page 17: Uploading A File

    To format an SD card Uploading a File When using an SD card that was formatted with another system unsupported by the wireless adapter, format it by You can upload a proxy file that is recorded on an SD the following procedure. card, or an original file that is recorded on the camcorder/recorder to the server on the Internet via the Touch...
  • Page 18 Example: “SD Card” screen Touch “Transfer.” The wireless adapter starts uploading the selected file. The STATUS indicator flashes in light green during uploading. To cancel uploading, touch “Cancel.” Note If uploading fails, the STATUS indicator flashes in orange. If file transferring fails If file transferring fails, perform it again.
  • Page 19: Streaming Transmitting The Live Video Image Of The Camcorder

    Streaming Transmitting Controlling the the Live Video Image of Camcorder/Recorder the Camcorder Remotely You can transmit live video that is being shot with the You can control the camcorder/recorder remotely by camcorder via Internet or local network. accessing the Wi-Fi remote commander that is built into the camcorder/recorder.
  • Page 20 The available functions differ depending on the camcorder/recorder. For details, refer to the operating instructions of the camcorder/recorder. Using the “Content Browser Mobile” application You can control the camcorder/recorder remotely while streaming video of the camcorder/recorder. You can set the streaming format for monitoring in “Streaming Format Settings”...
  • Page 21: Settings

    Wireless adapter’s status Settings “Status” • “Streaming” “Monitoring”: “Streaming” is set to “Off” “Running”: “MPEG2-TS/UDP” or “MPEG2-TS/ About the Web Menu RTP” “Stop”: Not streaming The Web menu of the wireless adapter appears by “Initializing”: In preparation accessing to the wireless adapter from the browser of the Error indication: Destination Address Error, No terminal device that is connected to the wireless adapter Internet Access...
  • Page 22: About The Setting Menu

    About the setting menu Note The setting menu appears by touching “ ” at the upper When the “Settings” screen is displayed, the desired left of the screen. Touch the item that you want to set. setting screen appears by touching the following. “Settings”...
  • Page 23: Streaming Format Settings

    “Frame Rate” Streaming Format Displays the frame rate of the video. This is set by the signal that is input from the SDI IN connector. Settings “23.98 fps”: 23.975 fps “25 fps”: 25 fps “29.97 fps”: 29.97 fps You can set the format for the stream that is monitored “50 fps”: 50 fps on the terminal device via wireless LAN, or the format/ “59.94 fps”: 59.94 fps...
  • Page 24: Audio Channel Settings

    “Destination Address” Proxy Format Settings Input the address of the server for the streaming transmission. You can set the format of the proxy file that is recorded “Destination Port” on the SD card. Input the port number that is used for streaming of the destination server.
  • Page 25: System Settings

    Touch “User/Password” on the “System Settings” screen. The setting is reflected by touching “OK.” To cancel, touch “Cancel.” “Host Name” Input the host name of the wireless adapter. (Default: “WA100-” + Serial number for CBK-WA100, “WA101-” + Serial number for CBK-WA101) System settings...
  • Page 26: Date And Time Settings

    “Adjust Date”: Touch to connect to the NTP server and Input again to confirm. update the date and time automatically. (Default: “cbk-wa100” for CBK-WA100, “cbk-wa101” for CBK-WA101) “Adjust Date on boot” If you set to “On,” the date and time are updated...
  • Page 27: Access Point Settings (Ap Settings)

    Access Point Settings Wireless LAN Settings (AP Settings) You can perform the setting for connecting to the wireless LAN. You can perform the setting to use the wireless adapter as an access point. “Host Name” Displays the host name of the wireless adapter. “WLAN Device Name”...
  • Page 28: Checking The Wireless Lan Settings

    “Primary DNS Server” Checking the wireless LAN settings Input the primary DNS server for the access point. This setting is available only when “DNS Auto” is set to Display the screen for checking the wireless LAN “Off.” settings by touching “Wireless LAN” > “Status.” The displayed items differ depending on the wireless “Secondary DNS Server”...
  • Page 29: Modem Settings

    Set the DHCP setting. displayed. When you set to “On,” the IP address is assigned to the For compatible modems, contact your Sony dealer or a wireless adapter automatically. To assign the IP address Sony service representative. to the wireless adapter manually, set to “Off.”...
  • Page 30: Checking The Wired Lan Settings

    Turn the auto transferring Register the server. function on/off. “Sony Ci” is set for the server as the default. Sony Ci is “Media Cloud Services” that is provided by Sony. You can upload files to the Sony cloud service Sony Ci.
  • Page 31: Register The Server For Uploading

    “Load Certification” Note Load the CA certification. After registering with Sony Ci, “Unlink” will appear on Notes the setting screen. If you touch “Unlink,” the current user account will be unlinked, and you can link with a • We recommend to use FTPS because the FTP different user account.
  • Page 32: Job List

    Job List You can check the list of the files to be uploaded, the file that is being uploaded, cancel or start the file uploading, and delete the file from the file list. • “Total”: Progress of all the files to be uploaded. •...
  • Page 33: Maintenance

    SD card. The log file is encrypted, terminal device, then access the wireless adapter and cannot be checked by a customer. Contact a Sony from the browser (page 9). service representative and submit the log file as The “Device Status”...
  • Page 34: To Return To The Factory Setting

    To Return to the Factory Setting You can return all the settings of the wireless adapter to the factory setting. Press and hold the RESET button for 3 seconds. The STATUS indicator turns off, then the wireless adapter restarts. To Return to the Factory Setting...
  • Page 35: Appendix

    support. Otherwise the adapter may fall off the Appendix camcorder support during transfer, causing injury. On condensation If the unit is suddenly taken from a cold to a warm Important Notes on location, or if ambient temperature suddenly rises, moisture may form on the outer surface of the unit and/ Operation or inside of the unit.
  • Page 36: Troubleshooting

    The STATUS indicator flashes in red, and the The connected wireless LAN module may not be compatible with the wireless wireless LAN cannot be used. adapter. For compatible wireless LAN modules, contact your Sony dealer or a Sony service representative. The terminal device cannot access to the •...
  • Page 37: Error/Warning Indicator

    E04-007 Flashes supported in red Communication E03-001 Communication Lights in media Error orange E03-002 Flashes * Sony Ci authentication is expired, or FTP server supported in red authentication failed. device quickly E03-003 File Transfer Flashes Error in orange slowly E03-004...
  • Page 38: Licenses

    REMUNERATION TO video, audio, music, text and "applets" incorporated into the SOFTWARE) is owned by SONY or one or more of (i) ENCODE VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE the THIRD-PARTY SUPPLIERS. AVC STANDARD (“AVC VIDEO”)
  • Page 39 DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, DUTIES OR content and services available through the SOFTWARE CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, may be provided by third parties over which SONY has INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE no control. USE OF THE CONTENT SERVICE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, REQUIRES AN INTERNET CONNECTION.
  • Page 40 WARRANTIES, SO THESE EXCLUSIONS MAY SOFTWARE; (c) improving, developing and enhancing NOT APPLY TO YOU. the current and future products and services of SONY LIMITATION OF LIABILITY and other parties; (d) to provide you with information SONY AND EACH OF THE THIRD-PARTY...
  • Page 41 SONY will use SONY may also take any legal and technical remedies to reasonable efforts to take appropriate technical and prevent violation of and/or to enforce this EULA,...
  • Page 42: On Accessing Software To Which The Gpl/Lgpl Applies

    Approx. 220 g (7.8 oz) CBK-WA101: Approx. 220 g (7.8 oz) Open software licenses On the basis of license contracts between Sony and the Input/output connectors software copyright holders, this product uses open DC IN connector (CBK-WA100 only) software.
  • Page 43 OR AFTER EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTY, OR FOR ANY OTHER REASON WHATSOEVER. 84 (3 • SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CLAIMS OF ANY KIND MADE BY USERS OF THIS UNIT Unit: mm (inches) OR MADE BY THIRD PARTIES. • SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS,...
  • Page 44: Trademarks

    Trademarks • Android and Google Chrome are trademarks or registered trademarks of Google Inc. • Microsoft, Windows, and Windows Vista are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. • Apple, Macintosh, Safari, and iPhone, and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Inc.

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