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Revision A
June 27, 2011
Outdoor Housing Camera
KP-D5010-S1
Operation manual
Thank you for purchase this fine Hitachi Kokusai Electric color CCD housing
camera. Before using the camera, please read this operation manual
carefully and keep this manual on file for ready reference in the future.
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  • Page 1 Outdoor Housing Camera KP-D5010-S1 Operation manual Thank you for purchase this fine Hitachi Kokusai Electric color CCD housing camera. Before using the camera, please read this operation manual carefully and keep this manual on file for ready reference in the future.
  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    Revision A June 27, 2011 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read Instructions All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. 2. Retain Instructions The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 3. Heed Warnings All warnings on the product and the operating instructions should be adhered to.
  • Page 3 Revision A June 27, 2011 14. Lightning For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Revision A June 27, 2011 Contents 1. Introduction ..........................5 2. Operating considerations Notes to users ................5 3. CCD characteristics ......................... 5 4. Name and function of each section ..................6 5. Connection ..........................8 6. A method of enclosing Nitrogen gas ..................9 7.
  • Page 5: Introduction

    June 27, 2011 1. Introduction Hitachi KP-H5010 type outdoor housing camera is a surveillance camera which built-in 1680mm (x55) power zoom lens and the single CCD brings high sensitivity and high resolution picture. Besides power zoom function, auto focus function is installed as standard.
  • Page 6: Name And Function Of Each Section

    Revision A June 27, 2011 3) Moire When group of fine strips or stripped pattern is captured, additional stripped pattern (interference inducted strips) which is not real might be seen on the monitor screen. ●It is necessary to note the following phenomenon specially. 4) Burning When sun light or extremely strong light enters for a long time, the characteristics of the spectral filter (color filter) of CCD image sensor might be deteriorated and the color of the corresponding...
  • Page 7 Revision A June 27, 2011 [Back view] Nitrogen gas implantation bulb Refer to page 9 (A method of enclosing Handle Nitrogen gas). When a built-in machinery is taken out of the case, it uses it. Relief bulb Video output Refer to page 9 (A method (BNC connector) of enclosing Nitrogen gas).
  • Page 8: Connection

    Revision A June 27, 2011 5. Connection REMOTE / Power supply connector [ITT-Cannon, KPTR7P16-26P] Description Remark VIDEO GND Video signal ground VIDEO Video signal output 24VDC Return 24VDC DC POWER input (110 max) DAY CAM Tx Camera RS-232C serial data input DAT CAM Rx Camera RS-232C serial data output N.C.
  • Page 9: A Method Of Enclosing Nitrogen Gas

    Revision A June 27, 2011 6. A method of enclosing Nitrogen gas 1) Exhaust air in the housing case The closing screw for the air vomit hole under the front panel is taken, and air in the case is exhausted. Air stopgap screw M6×10SUS 2) Enclosing of Nitrogen gas...
  • Page 10: Remote Control Protocol & Command

    Revision A June 27, 2011 7. Remote control protocol & command 1) Communications specifications Sync system Start-stop sync Bit rate 9600 bps Data length 8 bits Start bits Stop bits Parity None 2) Communication protocol The communication protocol between the actuator and the housing camera is shown. (Figure 1) The transmission command of one packet (11 bytes) is transmitted from the actuator to the housing camera.
  • Page 11 Revision A June 27, 2011 3) Transmission command Transmission command format The command makes the fixed length in 11 bytes one packet and the data organization is as follows. Word 1 STX ( Start of Text A0h ) Word 2 Destination address ( 01h-1Fh ) Word 3 Source address ( 00h-1Fh )
  • Page 12 Revision A June 27, 2011 5) Error Error (Word9) of the reply command shows the error of the housing camera. Table 5.1 shows the content of the error. Table 5.2 shows the generation factor and measures of the error. Table 5.1 The content of the error. Error Code Content of the error 7 bits...
  • Page 13 Revision A June 27, 2011 6) The command is detailed Details of the cereal command of housing camera KP-H5010 series are described. a) Zoom / Focus command It is a command that directs zoom / focus / One-push AF. ● Transmission command Command 1 Command 2 Data 1...
  • Page 14 Revision A June 27, 2011 b) Set Current Position command It is a command that does the presetting movement to the position in which zoom/focus were specified. ● Transmission command Command 1 Command 2 Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4 ●...
  • Page 15 Revision A June 27, 2011 c) Call Current Position command It is a command to which zoom/foci read position now. ● Transmission command Command 1 Command 2 Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4 ● Reply command Command 1 Command 2 Data 1 Data 2...
  • Page 16 Revision A June 27, 2011 e) Set Extender command It is a command that sets the extender function on/off of the lens. ● Transmission command Command 1 Command 2 Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4 ● Reply command Command 1 Command 2 Data 1...
  • Page 17 Revision A June 27, 2011 g) Set Cam_Cmd command It is a command that sets the camera. ● Transmission command Command 1 Command 2 Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4 ● Reply command Command 1 Command 2 Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4...
  • Page 18 Revision A June 27, 2011 7) Camera Command List a) Write command (Set data) Item C(R. No) Light control mode AVERAGE PEAK/AVE AERA select No. NO.1 (LIGHT CONTROL: BLC) NO.2 Image of area NO.3 NO.4 NO.5 NO.6 NO.7 NO.8 NO.9 Ratio of Peak &...
  • Page 19 Revision A June 27, 2011 Item C (R. No) AUTO(LOW) AUTO(HIGH) Shutter speed 1/60 s 1/100 s 1/250 s 1/500 s 1/1000 s 1/2000 s 1/4000 s 1/10000 s 1/20000 s 1/50000 s 1/100000 s 1/1000s[AES&LENS 1/2000s[AES&LENS 1/5000s[AES&LENS Notes 1) When SENS UP: AUTOx** is set, only 1/60, 1/100 can be set. When other transmitting, if compulsorily becomes 1/60.
  • Page 20 Revision A June 27, 2011 Item C (R. No) SENS UP mode AUTO x 2 AUTO x 4 AUTO x 6 AUTO x 8 AUTO x10 AUTO x12 AUTO x16 AUTO x32 AUTO x64 AUTO x128 MANU x 2 MANU x 4 MANU x 6 MANU x 8 MANU x10...
  • Page 21 Revision A June 27, 2011 Item C (R. No) WB AREA mode WB area No. NO.1 (WB AREA: ON) NO.2 Image of area NO.3 NO.4 NO.5 NO.6 NO.7 NO.8 NO.9 AWC PRESET START Notes: The WHITE BALANCE mode: When this command is transmitted at AWC, the white balance is taken heart.
  • Page 22 Revision A June 27, 2011 Item C (R. No) CHROMA [00-B2] DETAIL [00-FF] FOG Correction AUTO MANUAL Scene file switch File1 File2 File3 File4 File5 CAMERA RESET : Factory setting 22 / 49...
  • Page 23 Revision A June 27, 2011 b) Read command (Read data) Item C (R. No) Light control mode AERA select No. (LIGHT CONTROL: BLC) Ratio of Peak & Average (LIGHT CONTROL :PEAK/AVE) Video Level AIE mode AGC mode FIX. GAIN (AGC: OFF) AGC LIMIT (AGC: ON) SHUTTER SPEED B/W MODE...
  • Page 24: Setting Camera Menu Description

    Revision A June 27, 2011 8. Setting Camera Menu description The camera setting and adjustments can be changed to meet the using conditions. Use the setting menu displayed on the monitor screen to check and change the settings and adjustments. The setting menu is comprised as follows.
  • Page 25 Revision A June 27, 2011 Main menu operation 1) When the Open command is transmitted, the MAIN MENU is displayed. > ◆ ◆(FILE1) ……Scene file setting MAIN MENU ↵ ……Light control menu LIGHT CONTROL:AVE ↵ ……AGC setting menu AGC :ON ……Shutter speed setting SHUTTER...
  • Page 26 Revision A June 27, 2011 Light control menu The method of the AE (Auto-Iris, AGC, Sens-UP-Auto) function is set with LIGHT CONTROL. 1) Light control mode setting a) The OPEN command is transmitted and MAIN MENU is opened. b) Use UP or Down commands to move the cursor [ ] to LIGHT CONTROL.
  • Page 27 Revision A June 27, 2011 d) It returns to the factory setting (000) when the UP&DOWN command is transmitted. e) Blinking stops if the SET command is transmitted, the set value is fixed, and the cursor [ > moves to AIE. NOTE: In case of using video signal input type auto iris lens Lens iris operates by the sensitivity setting of lens regardless light control mode setting.
  • Page 28 Revision A June 27, 2011 d) There are 9 light detection areas that can be selected by the Up or Down command. Select the areas from No. 1 to 9 such that subject of interest is entered in the selected area. It is set to No.1 in factory setting.
  • Page 29 Revision A June 27, 2011 5) AIE mode setting AIE is a function to correct brightness of the part that has darkened as a result of over exposure control by BLC and PEAK/AVE. a) Use UP or Down commands to move the cursor [ ] to AIE.
  • Page 30 Revision A June 27, 2011 3) FIX Gain setting (AGC OFF) a) Use UP or Down commands to move the cursor [ ] to MODE. > b) It changes into the following display if the SET command is transmitted, and the mode is turned OFF.
  • Page 31: Shutter Speed

    Revision A June 27, 2011 Shutter speed 1) Shutter speed setting a) The OPEN command is transmitted and MAIN MENU is opened. ◆ ◆(FILE1) ……Scene file setting MAIN MENU ↵ ……Light control menu LIGHT CONTROL:AVE ↵ ……AGC setting menu AGC :ON...
  • Page 32 Revision A June 27, 2011 Sensitivity enhancement setting (SENS UP) SENS UP is a sensitivity enhancement function that increases the CCD exposure time (shutter speed) greater than 1/60 or 1/50 seconds of the standard time. a) The OPEN command is transmitted and MAIN MENU is opened. ◆...
  • Page 33 Revision A June 27, 2011 Note a) Sensitivity goes up when the sensitivity enhancement is increased, but when taking picture of subject with a fast movement, the blur of the image (after image) grows too. b) Sensitivity goes up when the sensitivity enhancement is increased, but the noise of image is also increases.
  • Page 34 Revision A June 27, 2011 AUTO(H): About 70% or less of proper value AUTO(M): About 50% or less of proper value AUTO(L): About 35% or less of proper value When switching from black and white picture to color picture, AGC gain or SENS UP refers to magnification.
  • Page 35 Revision A June 27, 2011 4) Black and White burst signal (BURST) setting Burst signal is set to ON/OFF, when BW MODE is ON or AUTO. ON: Add the burst signal. Factory setting is ON. OFF: Add no burst signal. Note When the burst signal is off, there might be errors depending on the connected monitor or VTR.
  • Page 36 Revision A June 27, 2011 2) Setting of color temperature range (ATW RANGE) a) The cursor [ ] is matched to ATW RANGE by the UP or DOWN command. > b) The range of the color temperature follow is switched by the SET command. Please set it according to use conditions.
  • Page 37 Revision A June 27, 2011 4) AWC - Preset white balance operation a) The OPEN command is transmitted and MAIN MENU is opened. ◆ ◆(FILE1) ……Scene file setting MAIN MENU ↵ ……Light control menu LIGHT CONTROL:AVE ↵ ……AGC setting menu AGC...
  • Page 38 Revision A June 27, 2011 5) MANUAL – Manual white balance operation a) The OPEN command is transmitted and MAIN MENU is opened. ◆ ◆(FILE1) ……Scene file setting MAIN MENU ↵ ……Light control menu LIGHT CONTROL:AVE ↵ ……AGC setting menu AGC...
  • Page 39: Camera Title

    Revision A June 27, 2011 Camera title setting (CAMERA TITLE) Maximum of 22 characters can be displayed at either top or bottom of the screen. Selection of display ON/OFF and title setting is done in CAMERA TITLE MENU. 1) MODE setting a) The OPEN command is transmitted and MAIN MENU is opened.
  • Page 40 Revision A June 27, 2011 e) When the SET command is transmitted, the set character is sequentially displayed from the left in the display of camera title character under the screen to which 22 characters is displayed part. The camera title character display part automatically moves to the right side by one character whenever the character is set.
  • Page 41 Revision A June 27, 2011 Enhancement menu (ENHANCE) ENHANCE MENU is used to modify the picture quality of camera output. a) The OPEN command is transmitted and MAIN MENU is opened. b) When the cursor [ ] is matched to ENHANCE by the UP or DOWN command and the SET >...
  • Page 42 Revision A June 27, 2011 3) Resolution setting (DETAIL) a) The cursor [ ] is matched to DETAIL by the UP or DOWN command. > b) When the UP&DOWN command is transmitted, RESOLUTION MENU is displayed. ◆ DETAIL MENU ◆ >...
  • Page 43 Revision A June 27, 2011 7) Image mirror setting (MIRROR) Use the Up or Down command to move the cursor [ ] to MIRROR. Under such a condition, the > mirror setting cuts when the SET command is transmitted and it changes. Set command: OFF→ON OFF:...
  • Page 44 Revision A June 27, 2011 d) Set the digital zoom to ON, to display ZOOM ADJ setting item. e) The WIDE TELE display of the right side blinks when the cursor is moved to ZOOM ADJ by the UP or DOWN command and the SET command is transmitted. f) Under such a condition, the magnification of a digital zoom changes if the UP or DOWN command is transmitted.
  • Page 45 Revision A June 27, 2011 2) Lens Open setting When the back focus is adjusted, this function is used. The setting cuts as follows when the cursor is matched to LENS OPEN by the UP or DOWN command, and the SET command is transmitted and it changes. Set command: OFF→ON (Lens Open) 3) Return to camera factory setting (CAMERA RESET) It returns to the state when various settings of the camera ship all factories when the cursor [...
  • Page 46: Main Specifications

    Revision A June 27, 2011 9. Main specifications 1) Housing Nitrogen pressured gas type Standard pressure: 5PSI Combination Connector (Camera control, Lenz control, NTSC Line) Built-in heater Material aluminum 2) Built-in visible camera Color standard: NTSC standard confirmed Imaging device: 1/2 type interline CCD Effective pixels: 768(H) ×494(V)
  • Page 47 Revision A June 27, 2011 8) Protecting structure IP67 (Applied to IEC/EN60529) 9) Dimensions Approx. 227(W) × 198 (H) × 700(D) mm 10) Mass Approx. 19kg (Housing+ lens+ Camera, Option excluded) or less 11) Painting Color #33446 Desert Tan Color By FEDERAL STANDARD 595C 47 / 49...
  • Page 48 Revision A June 27, 2011 48 / 49...
  • Page 49 UDX Akihabara Bldg. 14-1 Sotokanda 4-choume, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8980, Japan Phone: +81(0) 3-6734-9432, Fax: +81(0) 3-5209-5942 URL: http://www.hitachi-kokusai.com Hitachi Kokusai Electric (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Beijing Branch : Room 1413, Beijing Fortune Building, 5 Dong San Huan Bei-Lu, Chao Yang District, Beijing, 100004 China Phone: +86(0) 10-6590-8755/8756, Fax: +86(0) 10-6590-8757 Hitachi Kokusai Electric America, Ltd.