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4-408-380-16 (1)
Visual
Communication
System
Operating Instructions (Version 2.4)
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for
future reference.
PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP
© 2011 Sony Corporation

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  • Page 1 4-408-380-16 (1) Visual Communication System Operating Instructions (Version 2.4) Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference. PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP © 2011 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 2 PCS-G60S and PCS-RF1 each contains an to these numbers whenever you call upon RF (Radio Frequency) transmitting and receiving module. Operation is subject to your Sony dealer regarding this product. applicable local radio communication regulations in each country. Model No. ______________ This equipment should be installed and Serial No.
  • Page 3 For the customers in Europe pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules. The manufacturer of this product is Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan, Minato-ku, FCC Radiation Exposure Statement Tokyo, 108-0075 Japan.
  • Page 4 Communication System je ve shodě se základními požadavky a dalšími Czech příslušnými ustanoveními směrnice 1999/5/ES. Podrobnosti lze získat na následující URL: http://www.compliance.sony.de/ Undertegnede Sony Corporation erklærer herved, at følgende udstyr PCS-G60S/ Visual Communication System overholder de væsentlige krav og øvrige Danish relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.
  • Page 5 Language Informal DoC Hiermit erklärt Sony Corporation, dass sich das Gerät PCS-G60S/Visual Communication System in Übereinstimmung mit den grundlegenden German Anforderungen und den übrigen einschlägigen Bestimmungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG befindet. Weitere Informationen erhältlich unter: http:// www.compliance.sony.de/ Με την η Sony Corporation δηλώνει τι PCS-G60S/Visual και...
  • Page 6 Slovenian direktive 1999/5/ES. Za podrobnosti vas napro šamo, če pogledate na URL http://www.compliance.sony.de/ Por medio de la presente Sony Corporation declara que el PCS-G60S/Visual Communication System cumple con los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera Spanish otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE. Para mayor información, por favor consulte el siguiente URL: http://...
  • Page 7 Finnish koskevien direktiivin muiden ehtojen mukainen. Halutessasi lisätietoja, käy osoitteessa: http://www.compliance.sony.de/ Par la présente Sony Corporation déclare que l’appareil PCS-RF1/RF Remote Commander est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions French pertinentes de la directive 1999/5/CE. Pour toute information complémentaire, veuillez consulter l’URL suivante: http://www.compliance.sony.de/...
  • Page 8 Slovenian 1999/5/ES. Za podrobnosti vas napro šamo, če pogledate na URL: http:// www.compliance.sony.de/ Por medio de la presente Sony Corporation declara que el PCS-RF1/RF Remote Commander cumple con los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras Spanish disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE. Para mayor información, por favor consulte el siguiente URL: http://...
  • Page 9 Precautions Operating or storage location Avoid operating or storing the system in the following locations: • Extremely hot or cold places • Humid or dusty places • Places exposed to strong vibration • Close to sources of strong magnetism • Close to sources of powerful electromagnetic radiation, such as radios or TV transmitters •...
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1: Installation and Preparation Using This Manual ....................16 Features ........................17 System Components ....................19 Basic System Components ................19 Optional Equipment ..................20 System Configuration .................... 22 System Configuration via a LAN ..............22 System Configuration via an ISDN ..............
  • Page 11 Chapter 2: Registration and Setup for System Administrators Registering Local Information ................55 Opening the Setup Menu .................. 55 Line Interface Setup Menu ................59 Dial Setup Menu ....................59 Answer Setup Menu ..................60 Multipoint Setup Menu ..................60 Communication Setup Menu ................
  • Page 12 Chapter 3: Basic Connection Starting a Connection by Calling a Remote Party ..........100 Turning On the Power ..................100 Calling a Remote Party by Using the Connect Menu ........101 Calling a Remote Party by Entering Their Address or Number Directly (Direct Dial) ..................
  • Page 13 Capturing the Screen .................... 140 Chapter 4: Connection with Optional Equipment Using a Tools Menu ..................... 142 Using the Computer Picture for Presentation ............145 Installing the HD Data Solution Software ............145 Connecting a Computer .................. 146 Making a Presentation ..................146 Streaming a Communication ................
  • Page 14 Configuring Multipoint ..................180 Setting Up Multipoint ..................180 Registering the Remote Parties in the Multipoint Connection List ....180 Starting a Multipoint Connection ................ 184 Calling Remote Parties ................... 184 Receiving a Call from a Remote Party ............188 Using the Display Control ...................
  • Page 15 List of Port Numbers Used on the PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP ......233 Meeting Room Layout ..................234 “Memory Stick” Media ..................235 Phenomena Specific to CMOS Image Sensors ............ 236 Glossary ....................... 237 Menu Configuration ..................... 240 “IPELA” and are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
  • Page 16: Chapter 1: Installation And Preparation

    audio data, and encrypted data from a Chapter 1: computer. Chapter 6: Multipoint Connection Installation and This chapter shows you how to connect your system to multiple sites. Multipoint Preparation connection requires installation of the optional PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software in your Visual Communication System.
  • Page 17: Features

    Supports data communication Features Installing the optional PCSA-DSG80 HD Data Solution Software into the Communication System enables The PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP Visual transmission of output data from a computer. Communication System is a communication system that provides face-to-face communications with a remote party by Note transmitting and receiving images and sound The PCS-G60D/G60DP comes standard-...
  • Page 18 shooting area only by recalling the preset Streaming position. You can broadcast streaming video and audio. This allows people who cannot attend RF (Radio Frequency) Remote the communication to watch the proceedings Commander adopted over the Web using a computer. You can The supplied Remote Commander controls also select whether to broadcast both video the Communication System using the radio...
  • Page 19: System Components

    System Components The PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP Visual Communication System is composed of basic system components for a basic communication, and optional equipment for an enhanced communication. Basic System Components Note This manual explains how to operate the following systems. • PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP Visual Communication System package that includes the main unit, one PCSA-CG70/PCSA-CG70P Camera Unit, and one PCS-A1 Microphone unit.
  • Page 20: Optional Equipment

    Unit Description PCS-A1 Microphone Omni-directional microphone that picks up sound relatively from all directions, allowing participants to speak from any location. It is recommended to use in a quiet situation. (one piece supplied) Optional Equipment TV monitor A TV or projector, etc. is required to monitor the images for the system. Unit Description TV, Projector, etc.
  • Page 21 Unit Description PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU Software required for multipoint connection using Software LAN or/and ISDN. ISDN connection allows connection to up to four sites, and IP connection allows up to six sites. Cable Use the following cable to connect a device in this system. Cable Part No.
  • Page 22: System Configuration

    System Configuration The PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP Visual Communication System has various system configuration capabilities using the basic components and optional equipment. This section describes the capabilities and necessary equipment for some typical configuration examples. System Configuration via a LAN This allows you to: Have a point-to-point visual communication over LAN.
  • Page 23: System Configuration Via An Isdn

    System Configuration via an ISDN Connection to ISDN is required to use the PCSA-B384S or PCSA-B768S ISDN Unit especially designed for use with this system. This allows you to: • Have a point-to-point visual communication over ISDN. • Hold a visual communication with high speeds and highest quality image transmission by connecting up to three ISDN lines (when using the PCSA-B384S) or by connecting up to six ISDN lines (when using the PCSA-B768S).
  • Page 24: System Configuration Via A Sip

    System Configuration via a SIP This allows you to: • Have a visual communication with an IP telephone, etc. using SIP. • Pick up sound in stereo by using two microphones connected to the system. System configuration 1 PCS-G60S Visual Communication System 2 PCSA-CG70/CG70P Camera Unit 3 TV monitor (not supplied)
  • Page 25: System Configuration Via A Lan For Multipoint

    System Configuration via a LAN for Multipoint You need to install the PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software. This allows you to: Have a multipoint visual communication among up to 10 sites over LAN. System configuration 1 PCS-G60S Visual Communication System 2 PCSA-CG70/CG70P Camera Unit 3 TV monitor (not supplied) 4 PCS-A1 Microphone 5 PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software (not supplied)
  • Page 26: System Configuration Via An Isdn For Multipoint

    System Configuration via an ISDN for Multipoint You need to connect the optional PCSA-B384S or PCSA-B768S ISDN Unit especially designed for use with this system and to install the optional PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software. This allows you to: Have a multipoint visual communication among up to four sites over ISDN. System configuration This diagram depicts a system configuration using...
  • Page 27: System Configuration Via A Lan And Isdn For Multipoint

    System Configuration via a LAN and ISDN for Multipoint Installing the PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software in two Visual Communication Systems enables you to connect to multiple sites up to six via mixed LAN and ISDN lines. This allows you to: Have a multipoint visual communication among up to six sites over LAN and ISDN.
  • Page 28: System Connections

    System Connections This section describes the typical system connections. Notes • Be sure to turn off all the equipment before making any connections. • Do not connect/disconnect the camera cable, interface cable, or pen tablet with the power on. Doing so may damage the Camera Unit, Communication System or ISDN Unit. •...
  • Page 29: System Connection Via A Lan

    System Connection via a LAN PCSA-CG70/CG70P Camera Unit TERMINAL VISCA OUT to TERMINAL Camera cable (supplied with the PCS-A1 Microphone Camera Unit) to CAMERA to MIC (A1/A3) PCS-G60S Visual Communication System CAMERA RGB IN RGB OUT HDMI OUT ISDN UNIT AUX CONTROL MIC(A1/A3) 1(R)
  • Page 30: System Connection Via An Isdn

    System Connection via an ISDN PCSA-CG70/CG70P Camera Unit PCS-A1 Microphone ISDN Unit Interface cable to TERMINAL (supplied TERMINAL VISCA OUT with ISDN PCSA-B384S ISDN Unit Unit) to TERMINAL Camera cable (supplied with to ISDN 1-3 the Camera Unit) PCSA-B768S ISDN Unit to MIC to ISDN UNIT CAMERA...
  • Page 31: System Connection Via A Sip

    System Connection via a SIP PCSA-CG70/CG70P Camera Unit PCS-A1 Microphone AC adaptor Power cord TERMINAL VISCA OUT to a wall outlet to TERMINAL Camera cable (supplied with the Camera Unit) SIP server to MIC CAMERA (A1/A3) CAMERA RGB IN RGB OUT HDMI OUT ISDN UNIT AUX CONTROL...
  • Page 32: Attaching The Pcsa-cg70/cg70p Camera Unit To A Tripod

    Attaching the PCSA-CG70/CG70P Camera Unit to a Tripod To attach the Camera Unit to a tripod Attach a tripod to the screw hole used for attaching a tripod on the bottom of the Camera Unit. The tripod must be set up on a flat surface and tightened firmly by hand. Use a tripod with screws of the following specifications.
  • Page 33: Preparing The System

    Preparing the System Inserting Batteries into the Remote Commander Most of the operations with the Visual Communication System can be controlled with the supplied Remote Commander. Remove the battery compartment cover. Insert two size AA (R6) batteries (supplied) with correct polarities into the battery compartment.
  • Page 34: Pairing The Remote Commander

    • If battery leakage occurs, clean the battery compartment and replace all the batteries with new ones. Pairing the Remote Commander The supplied Remote Commander controls the HD Visual Communication System using the radio frequency of 2.4 GHz. The Remote Commander and the Communication System are paired to prevent interference from other Remote Commanders and Systems.
  • Page 35: Turning The System On/off

    Turning the System On/Off This section describes how to turn on or off the Communication System. Turning On Turn on the TV monitor. Turn on the power of any other equipment to be used for this connection. Press the (power) switch on the Communication System to turn it on. (power) switch (power) indicator (power) indicator on the Communication System flashes.
  • Page 36: Standby Mode Function

    If connection of the Camera Unit, ISDN Unit, etc. to the Communication System is not re-established even after the system power is recovered, consult a Sony dealer. • You can check the versions of the Communication System, optional dedicated equipment connected and the application software installed using the Machine Status menu.
  • Page 37: Setting The Visual Communication System To Standby Mode

    Setting the Visual Communication System to Standby Mode Display the Home menu on the monitor screen, then press the button on the Remote Commander. The message “Power off?” appears on the monitor screen. Press the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select OK, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 38: Adjusting The Volume On The Tv Monitor

    • Be sure to unplug the power cord after the power of the system is turned off completely. • If the system is unplugged for about 10 days or longer, the clock setting of the system may be reset. In this case, re-set the date and time in the Clock Set page of the General setup menu.
  • Page 39: Setting Up The System Immediately After The Installation - Initial Setup Wizard

    Setting Up the System Immediately after the Installation – Initial Setup Wizard When you turn on the Communication System for the first time after installation and the self-diagnosis is completed, the setup wizard appears on the monitor screen. Register your local system data with the setup wizard using the Remote Commander.
  • Page 40 Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select the language to be used for the on-screen menus and messages. Select from among English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Simplified Chinese, Portuguese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, Russian, Arabic, Thai, Turkish, Norwegian, Welsh, Czech and Hungarian.
  • Page 41 Select the line interface to be used. Wizard Select Line I/F Which is your Line I/F? (Multiple selection available) Select Line I/F ISDN Which is your primary Line I/F? ISD N Save Cancel Which is your Line I/F?: Select from among IP, ISDN and SIP. Which is your primary Line I/F?: If you select two or more interfaces with “Which is your Line I/F?”, select the interface you most use.
  • Page 42: Using The Menus

    Using the Menus The Visual Communication System uses the on-screen menus to make various adjustments and settings. This section explains how to adjust or set the items in the menus and gives a brief introduction to the menus. Identifying the Home Menu The Home menu is displayed on the monitor screen when the system is turned on and has not been connected to a remote party.
  • Page 43 Home menu (with all items shown) IP:XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX IPv6:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX:XXXX Ready 5/11/2008 13:00 Home NEAR Camera Tools Room 101 Room 201 Office A Office E History Phone Book Detailed Dial Dial qj qk 1 IPELA logo B Background screen Image shot by the camera is displayed. C Local terminal name The local terminal name set in the menu is displayed.
  • Page 44 H Camera button The Camera menu opens when you select the button and press the ENTER button on the Remote Commander. The Camera menu is used to adjust the camera angle or brightness, or to preset the camera adjustments and to move the camera to the preset position.
  • Page 45: Phone Book

    The menu is used to check the incoming call and outgoing call histories or to call a remote party from the history list. History menu IP:192.168.0.11 5/11/2008 13:00 History Dial Dial History1 Home 111.111.111.112 2008/05/01 00:00 (12:34:56) Answer Dial History2 555-555-555 2008/05/26 00:00 (03:25:45) Missed Call...
  • Page 46: Connect Menu

    Connect menu IP:192.168.0.11 5/11/2008 13:00 Previous Enter Number/Address Select from Phone Book Connect Select from History For details, see “Calling a Remote Party by Using the Connect Menu” on page 101. M Detailed Dial button The Detailed Dial menu opens when you select the Detailed Dial button and press the ENTER button on the Remote Commander.
  • Page 47 Q Dial button To call a remote party whose number or address has been entered in the number input box, select this button, then press the ENTER button on the Remote Commander. R One-touch dial buttons The submenu is displayed when you select a thumbnail for a remote party you want to call and press the ENTER button on the Remote Commander.
  • Page 48 7 Volume The volume-level bar is temporarily shown when you adjust the volume of the Communication System. 8 Warning messages If system malfunction occurs, a warning, instruction, etc. are displayed. Using the Menus...
  • Page 49: Operation Using The Menu

    Operation Using the Menu The basic operation through the menu is explained taking manual brightness adjustment in the Camera menu as an example. Buttons used for menu operations PRESENTATION LAYOUT VIDEO INPUT CAMERA V/v/B/b buttons VOLUME ZOOM ENTER ENTER button RETURN TOOLS RETURN button...
  • Page 50 Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “Camera”, then press the ENTER button. The Camera menu appears. 5/11/2008 13:00 Previous Adjustments Brightness Camera Preset Details Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “Brightness”, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 51 Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select the brightness adjustment bar, then press the ENTER button. 5/11/2008 13:00 Adjustments > Brightness Manual Adjustment Previous Use the V, v, B or b button to adjust the brightness of the image, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 52: Entering Characters Using The Remote Commander

    Entering Characters Using the Remote Commander This section explains how to enter the letters, numbers or symbols in the text box in the menu using the Remote Commander. PRESENTATION F1 button F2 button LAYOUT VIDEO INPUT CAMERA F3 button VOLUME ZOOM b button ENTER...
  • Page 53: Entering Characters Using The On-screen Keyboard

    Note When “Internet Protocol” is set to “IPv6” or “IPv4/IPv6” in the Administrator setup menu, you can enter colons (:). When “IPv4/IPv6” is specified, only colons can be entered with the b button. When “IPv4/IPv6” is specified and you are calling using IPv4, press the DOT button twice to enter a dot.
  • Page 54 When you select an alphabetic letter, a submenu with available letters appears on the on-screen keyboard. Select the desired letter and press the ENTER button on the Remote Commander. The selected letter is entered. Back Space Previous Alpha PQRS WXYZ Symbol a b c Space Cancel...
  • Page 55: Registering Local Information

    Chapter 2: Registration and Setup for System Administrators This chapter describes the registration and settings to be carried out by the system administrator. The chapter is intended to be read by the system administrator. Registering Local Information Before connecting, set up the local system using the Setup menus. This section describes how to display the Setup menus and gives a introduction to the menus.
  • Page 56 Use the V, v, B or b button to select “Setup”, then press the ENTER button on the Remote Commander. The Setup menu appears on the monitor screen. Menus available from a setup menu The Setup menus are grouped into the following depending on the setting items.
  • Page 57 Note The Multipoint setup menu is displayed only when the PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software is installed in the Communication System. Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select the menu button you want to set, then press the ENTER or b button. The selected setup menu appears.
  • Page 58 To cancel the setup Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “Cancel”, then press the ENTER button. Or press the RETURN button on the Remote Commander. To return to the left column Press the B button or RETURN button on the Remote Commander. Registering Local Information...
  • Page 59: Line Interface Setup Menu

    Off: Disables the recording of the user Line Interface Setup Menu names. On: Select when you want to record user The Line Interface setup menu is used to names. Each time dialing takes place, select the line interface you use for the user name input menu appears.
  • Page 60: Answer Setup Menu

    Answer Setup Menu Multipoint Setup Menu The Answer setup menu is used to set up call The Multipoint setup menu is used to set up when the local reception. multipoint connection system is used as the main terminal The menu is displayed only when the PCSA- Answer Answer MCG80 HD MCU software is installed in...
  • Page 61: Communication Setup Menu

    Communication Bit Rate Communication Setup Menu Allows you to select the communication bit rate per point. The Communication setup menu is used to You can set this item for transmission and set up communications. reception, and point-to-point and multipoint connections individually. Note You can select from among 128Kbps, The contents of the Communication menu vary...
  • Page 62 H.239 Ratio Communication ISDN When H.239 presentation transmissions are made with the system, the H.239 The menu is used to set up the presentation data shares bandwidth with communication mode for an ISDN camera images that are also being sent. This connection.
  • Page 63 Far End Camera Control Screen Size Allows you to select whether to enable the Allows you to select the screen size of the control of each other’s cameras from each picture to be transmitted or received. other’s site. You can set this item for point-to-point and You can set this item for point-to-point and multipoint connections individually.
  • Page 64: Audio Setup Menu

    Notes Audio1 Basic Setup1 • When configuring multipoint connection settings, you can only select from G.711 or Audio Input G.722. Allows you to select the audio input. • When the remote system does not support the MIC: Inputs audio from the microphone. audio mode selected by the local site, the AUX: Inputs audio from auxiliary external mode automatically becomes “G.711”.
  • Page 65 Lip Sync Stereo: Outputs audio from the AUDIO OUT R/L or HDMI OUT jacks as stereo Allows you to select whether to use the left and right sounds. function. Sync Monaural: Outputs audio from the AUDIO Auto: Enables the Lip Sync function. OUT R/L or HDMI OUT jacks as Off: Disables the Lip Sync function.
  • Page 66: Video Setup Menu

    Default –100ms: Selects the default delay Ringer Tone minus 100ms. Allows you to select the volume of a ring Default –50ms: Selects the default delay tone when you receive a call from among minus 50ms. “Loud”, “Medium” and “Quiet”. You can Default: Selects the default delay.
  • Page 67 Monitor Output Blanking Period Allows you to select the video signal output Allows you to select the blackout period that from the Communication System. occurs temporarily when the input picture is HDMI: Outputs the video signal to the switched when the monitor is connected to external equipment connected to the the HDMI OUT connector.
  • Page 68: Lan Setup Menu

    Custom Input Label (RGB) Input Select (MIC) Selects when “RGB” is selected in “Video Input Select (AUX) Input”. Allows you to select the audio input from the microphone and/or external equipment Custom Input Label (YPbPr) when “Link to Audio Input” is set to “On”. Selects when “YPbPr”...
  • Page 69 IP Address Prefix Length Enter the IP address. Configure the prefix length of the IPv6 address within the range of 0 to 128. Network Mask IP Address Enter the network mask. Enter the IP address. Gateway Address Gateway Address Enter the default gateway address. Enter the default gateway address.
  • Page 70 * “FLET’S” is a trademark of NTT East and Off: Disables NAT mode. NTT West Corporations in Japan. WAN IP Address User Alias Enter the IP address for the Wide Area Enter a user name when you use PPPoE for Network (WAN).
  • Page 71: Qos Setup Menu

    Gatekeeper Mode Community Allows you to select whether to use the Enter the community name managed by the gatekeeper to control access to a LAN. SNMP manager (up to 24 characters). By Using the gatekeeper allows you to dial default, “public” is entered. using the user name or user number as well Description as dialing using the IP address.
  • Page 72: Tos Setup Menu

    TCP Port Number On: Enables the Audio Duplex Transmission feature. Enter the fixed TCP port number. Off: Disables the Audio Duplex UDP Port Number Transmission feature. Enter the fixed UDP port number. QoS2 For details on the port numbers used on the Re-Order/Shaping system, see “List of Port Numbers Used on Re-Order...
  • Page 73: Sip Setup Menu

    Off: Does not define the TOS field. Basic Setup IP Precedence: Defines the TOS field as IP Precedence. SIP Server Mode DSCP: Defines the TOS field as the Allows you to select whether you use a SIP Differentiated Services Code Point server or not.
  • Page 74: Spid Settings For Customers In The Usa And Canada

    Protocol Sub Address Allows you to select the protocol of the Enter sub-addresses when registering them. ISDN lines to be used. You can select Sub-addresses can only be composed of National ISDN, Japan (NTT), Euro ISDN, numbers. Euro ISDN (France), 5ESS (P-P), or DMS- 100, depending on the interface that you are ISDN5 SPID...
  • Page 75: Annotation Setup Menu

    Number) in the Local Number text For the AT&T 5ESS (Point-to-Point boxes. Custom ISDN) switch type You do not need to set up the SPID, When you use the AT&T 5ESS then no entry in the A1 and A2 (B1 (Point-to-Point Custom ISDN) and B2, C1 and C2, depending on the switch type...
  • Page 76: General Setup Menu

    RGB: Connects the second camera to the Language RGB IN connector. Allows you to select the menu and display YPbPr: Connects the second camera to the language used by the system. You can select VIDEO IN YPbPr jacks. from the following languages: English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Simplified Chinese, Portuguese, Traditional General Setup Menu...
  • Page 77 Time Update Menu Transparency Selecting “Execute” and pressing the Allows you to select the degree of ENTER button on the Remote Commander transparency of the superimposed menu updates the clock setting when “NTP” is set display over the background picture. You to “On”.
  • Page 78: Home Menu Setup Menu

    NAT:Address: Displays the NAT address when you connect the system to a Allows you to select the video input network using NAT. switched by pressing the F3 button on the IP: Address: Displays the IP address. Remote Commander. You can select from No display: Does not display any among “Camera”, “RGB”, “YPbPr”, “Zoom identification, such as the IP and user...
  • Page 79: Administrator Setup Menu

    Tools Button Administrator Setup Menu Off: Does not display “Tools”. On: Displays “Tools”. The Administrator setup menu is used for the system administrators. One-Touch Dial On: Displays the one-touch dial buttons. Off: Does not display the one-touch dial Administrator1 Password buttons.
  • Page 80 • Make sure to write down the Administrator Administrator2 Setup Password1 Password. If you should forget the Administrator Password, consult your Sony Allows you to select whether to require dealer. In this case, the memory of the “Save Settings Password” when saving each Communication System is initialized before setting.
  • Page 81 SIP Mode Enabled: Requires “Save Settings Enabled: Requires “Save Settings Password” when saving the SIP Mode Password” when saving the SIP setup settings. settings. Disabled: Does not require the password Disabled: Does not require the password when saving the SIP Mode settings. when saving the SIP setup settings.
  • Page 82 Disabled: Does not require the password Multicast Address when saving the Camera setup settings. Enter the multicast address for streaming broadcasts. Encryption Enabled: Requires “Save Settings Note Password” when saving the Encryption You can enter the unicast address in this menu. setup settings.
  • Page 83 Off: Does not permit monitoring with a Web Load Setup browser. Loads the data for each setting from a “Memory Stick”. The data for each setting Web Access saved on the System is overwritten. Select whether to permit access to the Communication System via a Web browser.
  • Page 84: Encryption Setup Menu

    For details, see “Restrictions on the Use of Copy to Private Phone Book IPv6” on page 90. Allows you to copy the entire contents of the Phone Book to a Private Phone Book on a “Memory Stick” inserted into the system. Administrator8 Phone Book Save Phone Book...
  • Page 85 Shared Phone Book Shared Phone Book SPB Mode Selects whether to use the server managing the Shared Phone Book. On: Enables use of the server managing the Shared Phone Book. Off: Disables use of the server managing the Shared Phone Book. SPB Server Address Enter the IP address for the server managing the Shared Phone Book.
  • Page 86: Displaying The Machine Status

    Displaying the Machine Status The Machine Status menu allows display of the versions, communication mode, line connection quality, etc. of the Communication System and the connected equipment. Displaying the Machine Status Menu Press the TOOLS button on the Remote Commander or use the V, v, B or b button to select “Tools”, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 87 Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select the information to be displayed, then press the ENTER button. The selected display appears. Displaying the Machine Status...
  • Page 88: Machine Information

    Machine Information Peripheral Status Video Input The Machine Information menu shows the Displays the input video name. versions of the Visual Communication System and the connected equipment for Audio Input (MIC) exclusive use, installed software versions, Displays microphone input name. etc.
  • Page 89: Lan Line Status

    H239 Communication Mode Status Displays whether the unit is ready to use the The current communication status will be H.239 presentation mode. displayed. When two or more points are connected to the system, selecting “Next” in Check Code the lower part of the page displays the next Displays the encryption check code.
  • Page 90: Restrictions On The Use Of Ipv6

    For details, see “About the Network Routing Restrictions on the Check” on page 99. Use of IPv6 IP address of remote site Enter the IP address of the remote terminal you want to check. The functions of the system are restricted as follows when using the IPv6 Internet Line I/F Protocol or both the IPv4 and IPv6 Internet...
  • Page 91: Setting Up The Network Configurations

    Setting Up the Network Configurations This section describes how to set up the network configurations for use with various networks. For details on the LAN setup menu, see “LAN Setup Menu” (page 68). For details on configurations, consult with the system administrator. LAN Connection via DHCP Configuration example LAN (A)
  • Page 92: Lan Connection Through A Router

    Enter a name in “Host Name” under the Basic Setup page in the LAN setup menu, and enter the appropriate values for “IP Address”, “Network Mask”, and “Gateway Address”. Setup Basic Setup Sony LAN1 Host Name DHCP Mode IP Address 192.100.
  • Page 93: Lan Connection Through A Gatekeeper

    Enter a name in “Host Name” under the Basic Setup page in the LAN setup menu, and enter the appropriate values for “IP Address”, “Network Mask”, and “Gateway Address”. Setup Basic Setup Sony LAN1 Host Name DHCP Mode IP Address 192.100.
  • Page 94: Lan Connection Through Nat

    Enter a name in “Host Name” under the Basic Setup page in the LAN setup menu, and enter the appropriate values for “IP Address”, “Network Mask”, and “Gateway Address”. Setup Basic Setup Sony LAN1 Host Name DHCP Mode IP Address 192.100.
  • Page 95: Lan Connection With H.460 Firewall Traversal

    IP:192.168.0.11 5/11/2008 13:00 Setup NAT Setup LAN3 NAT Mode WAN IP Address 210. 10. 10. 1 Save Cancel The setting has been configured properly if the correct WAN IP address appears in the Home menu. To display the NAT address in the Home menu, you must set “Number Display”...
  • Page 96 Enter a name in “Host Name” under the Basic Setup page in the LAN setup menu, and enter the appropriate values for “IP Address”, “Network Mask”, and “Gateway Address”. Setup Basic Setup Sony LAN1 Host Name DHCP Mode 192.100. 10. 10...
  • Page 97: Lan Connection Using Pppoe

    PPPoE user name and PPPoE password given to you by the provider. Setup PPPoE LAN1 PPPoE User Alias Sony@aaa.ne.jp Password abcdefg Fixed IP for PPPoE Fixed IP Address for PPPoE 210. 10. 10. 10 Obtain automatically Primary DNS...
  • Page 98: Isdn Connections

    ISDN Connections Enter the appropriate numbers for “Area Code” and “Local Number” in the Telephone Number page of the ISDN setup menu. Note Do not enter the first 0 of the area code. For details on the ISDN setup menu, see “ISDN Setup Menu” (page 73). For details on configurations, consult with the system administrator.
  • Page 99: About The Network Routing Check

    Before connecting a remote system, you can check the network routing to assure smooth connection with the system. For the network routing check, knowledge of network is required. Consult your network administrator or Sony dealer. If you have any questions about the checked result, consult your network administrator or Sony dealer.
  • Page 100: Chapter 3: Basic Connection

    Chapter 3: Basic Connection This chapter describes how to connect to a remote party after the administrator has completed various registrations and settings for the system. The chapter explains a point-to-point communication via a LAN connection, ISDN connection using the optional PCSA-B384S or PCSA-B768S ISDN Unit or SIP.
  • Page 101: Calling A Remote Party By Using The Connect Menu

    (power) switch (power) indicator The indicator on the System starts flashing, then lights in green when the power is on. The Home menu appears on the monitor screen and the picture shot by the local camera also appears. Note After the power is turned on, the camera moves automatically for trial operation. Be careful not to catch your finger.
  • Page 102: Calling A Remote Party By Entering Their Address Or Number Directly

    IP:192.168.0.11 5/11/2008 13:00 Previous Enter Number/Address Select from Phone Book Connect Select from History Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select how to call a remote party, then press the ENTER button. The menu screen will change according to the item you select. Enter Number/Address: The Detailed Dial menu appears on the screen.
  • Page 103 Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “Line I/ in the Home menu, then press the ENTER button. F” Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select the line interface to be used, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 104: Calling A Remote Party Using The One-touch Dial Buttons

    Calling a Remote Party Using the One-Touch Dial Buttons When “One-Touch Dial” is set to “On” in the Home Menu setup menu, the one-touch dial buttons are displayed in the Home menu, allowing you to use the one-touch dial function. For registration of the one-touch dial buttons, see “Registering a Remote Party –...
  • Page 105: Calling A Remote Party By Selecting Them In The History List

    Calling a Remote Party by Selecting Them in the History List Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “History” in the Home menu, then press the ENTER button. Or select “Connect” in the Home menu with the V, v, B or b button and the ENTER button to display the Connect menu, then select “Select from History”.
  • Page 106: Calling A Remote Party Registered In The Phone Book

    Connected.” appears on the screen and the picture on the remote site is displayed. Now you can start communication with the remote party. To cancel dialing before connecting with the remote party While “Dialing” is displayed on the monitor screen, press the DISCONNECT ) button or the ENTER button on the Remote Commander.
  • Page 107 Phone Book Default Group Home Room 101 ISDN 01-2345-6789 Cancel New Entry Connect Group Edit Edit Copy Delete History Detailed Dial The system begins dialing the selected party. “Dialing” appears on the monitor screen. When the system connects to the system on the remote site, the message “Session Connected.”...
  • Page 108: Calling A Remote Party Not Registered In The Phone Book

    Note If the auto dialing feature of the Private Phone Book is activated, the system begins dialing when the “Memory Stick” is inserted. Calling a Remote Party Not Registered in the Phone Book Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “Detailed Dial”...
  • Page 109 registered in the LAN setup menu on the remote party’s system when using the gatekeeper, then press the ENTER button. Notes • When “Internet Protocol” is set to “IPv4” in the Administrator setup menu, you can enter a dot (.) with the b or DOT button. •...
  • Page 110 Note To connect to the remote party by entering all the telephone numbers for the ISDN lines used If the system of the remote party is not equipped with the bonding function, entering one remote party’s telephone number does not allow automatic connection of multiple ISDN lines used to connect to the remote party.
  • Page 111: Receiving A Call From A Remote Party

    Receiving a Call from a Remote Party Operations for answering a call differ depending on the setting of the answer mode. Note The unit is set to manual answer mode under factory default settings. Answering Calls (Manual/Auto Answer Mode) Manual answer mode When there is an incoming call, the Communication System rings.
  • Page 112 When you do not want to answer the call Press V, v, B or b to select “Cancel”, then press the ENTER button. Ringing stops, and the connection is canceled. To answer a call in auto answer mode When you receive a call, the Communication System rings and the message “Answering...”...
  • Page 113: Ending The Connection

    Ending the Connection Press the DISCONNECT ( ) button on the Remote Commander. The message “Disconnect?” appears on the monitor screen. Press the DISCONNECT ( ) button on the Remote Commander again, or press the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “OK”, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 114: Registering A Remote Party - Phone Book

    Registering a Remote Party – Phone Book You can register the telephone number or IP address of a remote party in the Phone Book, allowing you to dial the party very easily. Up to 1000 remote parties can be registered in the Phone Book. You can also store a still image such as a participant’s portrait in the index list.
  • Page 115 Phone Book Index Group Select None Specified One-Touch Dial Dial to: None Specified Specified Line I/F Communication 1024Kbps Bit Rate Number of Lines 2B (128K) More Options Save Cancel Set the items in the List Edit menu. Use the V, v, B or b button and the ENTER button on the Remote Commander to select the setup item.
  • Page 116 Icon/Image Select the icon or a still image stored on a “Memory Stick” to be displayed on the Phone Book. Note You cannot select a still image unless a “Memory Stick” in which still images are stored is inserted. One-Touch Dial Specified Select whether to display the one-touch dial buttons in the Home menu.
  • Page 117: Editing The Contents Of The Phone Book

    by entering all the ISDN line numbers used, you can set the connection without using the bonding function of this system. When you set “More Options Enable” to “On” in the Dial setup menu (page 59), the A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2 text boxes appear in the List Edit menu. Enter all the telephone numbers for the ISDN lines selected by “Number of Lines”.
  • Page 118: Copying A Registered Party In The Phone Book

    Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “Save”, then press the ENTER button. The modification is completed. Copying a Registered Party in the Phone Book Open the Phone Book. Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select the remote party to be copied, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 119 The Phone Book > Group Edit menu appears. Phone Book > Group Edit New Entry Previous Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “New Entry”, then press the ENTER button. The group name input menu appears. Phone Book >...
  • Page 120: Creating A Private Phone Book

    To modify the group name Open the Phone Book > Group Edit menu, select the group button you want to modify using the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander, and press the ENTER button. The submenu appears. Phone Book >...
  • Page 121 To register a new remote party in a Private Phone Book Insert a “Memory Stick” in which you want to register a remote party into the Memory Stick slot on the Communication System. Insert the “Memory Stick” in the direction of the arrow with the mark facing upward.
  • Page 122: Using The Shared Phone Book

    The setting is registered and “AUTO” appears in the Private Phone Book. Using the Shared Phone Book Using the Shared Phone Book function enables multiple Sony Visual Communication Systems to access to a Phone Book located on a server. For detailed configuration, consult your network administrator.
  • Page 123 System configuration example In this system configuration, sharing of a Phone Book using H.350 is enabled. LAN ALERT 1 LAN ALERT 2 OPEN H.350/LDAP LAN ALERT 1 LAN ALERT 2 OPEN LAN ALERT 1 LAN ALERT 2 OPEN Directory server Shared Phone LAN ALERT 1 LAN ALERT 2...
  • Page 124 To display the Shared Phone Book Select “Shared Phone Book” in the Phone Book, and press the ENTER button. The display switches to the Shared Phone Book. Phone Book Default Group Home Room 101 Room 102 ISDN 01-2345-6789 IP 255.255.255.255 New Entry Group Edit Phone Book...
  • Page 125: Adjusting The Sound

    Adjusting the Sound Adjusting the Volume of the Received Sound You can adjust the volume of the sound to be received from a remote party. Press the VOLUME + button on the Remote Commander to increase the volume, VOLUME – button to decrease it. The volume level indicator appears on the monitor screen.
  • Page 126: Turning Off The Sound On Answering - Mic On Answer Function

    Turning Off the Sound on Answering – Mic on Answer Function You can turn off the sound to be sent to a remote party when you have answered a call from the remote party. If you set “Mic on Answer” to “Off” in the Answer setup menu, only the picture on the local party will be sent to the remote party when answering a call.
  • Page 127 Connection example for using an external echo canceller Rear Front LAN ALERT ON LINE TERMINAL VISCA OUT OPEN OPEN CAMERA RGB IN RGB OUT HDMI OUT ISDN UNIT AUX CONTROL VIDEO IN AUDIO IN MIC(A1/A3) MAINTENANCE 1(R) 2(L) DC 19.5V (PLUG IN POWER) AUDIO OUT REC OUT...
  • Page 128: Adjusting The Camera

    Adjusting the Camera You can adjust the image shot by the local camera that is sent to the remote party to obtain the desired angle and size. During communication you can also control the camera on the remote site to adjust the image shot by the remote camera.
  • Page 129: Adjusting The Brightness

    Adjustments > Camera Angle Local Camera : First Camera Pan/tilt indicator Zoom indicator Adjust the camera angle so that the desired angle of view is obtained with the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander. The selected camera pans and tilts, then the adjusted picture will be displayed in the small window or in full screen.
  • Page 130 The Camera menu appears. 5/11/2008 13:00 Camera Previous Adjustments Brightness Preset Details Select the camera to be adjusted. During communication pressing the F1 button on the Remote Commander switches between the camera on the local site and that on the remote site. When two cameras are connected, pressing the F2 button on the Remote Commander switches between the first and second cameras.
  • Page 131: Using The Preset Function

    5/11/2008 13:00 Adjustments > Brightness Manual Adjustment Previous Brightness adjustment bar Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to adjust the brightness of the screen. Pressing the b button increases the brightness, and pressing the B button decreases it.
  • Page 132 When two cameras are connected, pressing the F2 button on the Remote Commander switches between the first and second cameras. The selected camera is shown at the top of the Camera menu. Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “Preset”, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 133 When you want to register a thumbnail, use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “Thumbnails” and press the ENTER button to check the checkmark for “Register in Thumbnail/List”. Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “Save”, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 134: Adjusting The Camera In The Detailed Setup Menu

    Adjusting the Camera in the Detailed Setup Menu When you select “Details” in the Camera menu, the more detailed setup menu opens. You can adjust various items for camera adjustment. Digital Zoom Backlight Auto White Balance Focus Auto Focus Adjustment To use the digital zoom function Set “Digital Zoom”...
  • Page 135: Selecting The Input Picture And Sound

    Selecting the Input Picture and Sound You can switch the picture displayed on the monitor screen, and switch between the input picture and audio. Switching the Displayed Picture between the Local and Remote Pictures When the displayed picture on the monitor can be switched during communication, pressing the LAYOUT button on the Remote Commander displays the indication “F1: Switches the monitored picture between the remote and local sites.”...
  • Page 136: On The Remote Commander

    To change the video input name displayed in the Video Input menu You can label the desired name for each video input on the Custom Input Label page in the Video setup menu. When you switch the video input in step 2 above, the name you set is displayed in the Video Input menu.
  • Page 137: Switching The Picture From The Remote System

    Switching the Picture from the Remote System You can switch the picture output from the remote system during communication. Press the VIDEO INPUT button, then F1 button on the Remote Commander. The Video Input > Far menu appears. Video Input > Far CAMERA S VIDEO YPbPr...
  • Page 138: Switching The Picture Displayed On The Monitor Screen

    Switching the Picture Displayed on the Monitor Screen You can display the pictures on the local and remote sites on the monitor screen at the same time. This enables you to check how your own party is monitored on the remote site. Press the LAYOUT button on the Remote Commander.
  • Page 139 To swap the location of the remote and local pictures When the displayed picture can be switched during communication, pressing the LAYOUT button on the Remote Commander displays the indication “F1: Switches the monitored picture between the remote and local sites.” at the bottom of the monitor.
  • Page 140: Capturing The Screen

    Capturing the Screen You can capture the image displayed on the screen by using “Screen Capture” in the Tools menu and display the captured image on the Phone Book. The captured image is stored in the “Memory Stick”. To capture the local image Insert a “Memory Stick”...
  • Page 141 Press the TOOLS button on the Remote Commander to display the Tools menu. Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “Execute” for “Screen Capture”, then press the ENTER button. The remote picture is captured and is stored in the “Memory Stick”. Capturing the Screen...
  • Page 142: Chapter 4: Connection With Optional Equipment

    Chapter 4: Connection with Optional Equipment This chapter describes the various connections using the optional equipment in addition to the components contained in the PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP Visual Communication System. To make a multipoint connection, see Chapter 6. Using a Tools Menu Pressing the TOOLS button on the Remote Commander opens the Tools menu on the monitor screen.
  • Page 143 Presentation Pressing the ENTER button on the Remote Commander allows you to transmit an RGB picture input from a connected computer to a remote party. During transmission, the message “Executing” appears and the selectable item changes to “Stop”. To stop transmitting the RGB picture, select “Stop” and press the ENTER button.
  • Page 144 Note The “Reject Answer” function is only available when the PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU Software (not supplied) is installed. Screen Capture Pressing the ENTER button on the Remote Commander allows you to save the picture displayed on the screen in a “Memory Stick” as a still image. For details on screen capture, see “Capturing the Screen”...
  • Page 145: Using The Computer Picture For Presentation

    Using the Computer Picture for Presentation If you install the optional PCSA-DSG80 HD Data Solution software in your system, you can transmit an RGB picture input from a computer, etc. with the local picture simultaneously to a remote party. Notes •...
  • Page 146: Connecting A Computer

    Connecting a Computer TERMINAL VISCA OUT CAMERA RGB IN RGB OUT HDMI OUT ISDN UNIT AUX CONTROL MIC(A1/A3) 1(R) 2(L) DC 19.5V AUDIO OUT REC OUT (PLUG IN POWER) to RGB IN Connecting cable with the D-sub 15-pin connectors (not supplied) to RGB OUT Computer Making a Presentation...
  • Page 147 The RGB picture from the computer is transmitted to the remote party. While presentation is being executed, the message “Executing” appears on the screen. Tools Stop Presentation [Executing] Home Streaming [Suspended] Execute Recording [Suspended] Execute Annotation [Suspended] Execute Icon display Reject Answer Execute Screen Capture...
  • Page 148: Streaming A Communication

    Streaming a Communication By broadcasting a stream of a visual communication, people who cannot attend the communication can watch the proceedings over the Web using a computer. Before broadcasting a live stream, be sure to configure the live stream permission setting. For details on viewing a streamed communication, see Chapter 7.
  • Page 149 To stop a streaming broadcast Selecting “Stop” for “Streaming” in the Tools menu and pressing the ENTER button stop the streaming broadcast. Notes • Even if the Communication System is turned off while the streaming broadcast is being executed, the streaming broadcast continues. •...
  • Page 150: Recording A Visual Communication

    Recording a Visual Communication The video and audio of a visual communication can be saved in a “Memory Stick” in MPEG4 format. The saved data can then be viewed on a computer. For details on the recording settings, see “Recording” on the “Streaming/ Recording”...
  • Page 151 To stop recording Select “Stop” for “Recording” in the Tools menu, then press the ENTER button on the Remote Commander. The message “Stop recording?” appears. Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “OK”, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 152: Using The Annotation Function

    * Wacom and the Wacom logo are registered trademarks of Wacom Co., Ltd. Bamboo is a trademark. For details on the Bamboo small CTH-470/K0, consult with a Sony dealer. Note The communication using a pen tablet is only available for communication between the PCS-XG80/XG80S/XG55/XG55S/XA80/XA55/XL55/G60/G60D/G60DP Communication Systems.
  • Page 153: Using The Annotation Function While In Communication

    Using the Annotation Function while in Communication To start annotation Start communication. Press the TOOLS button on the Remote Commander to open the Tools menu. Press the b button on the Remote Commander and press the V, v, B or b button to select “Execute”...
  • Page 154 • “Transmitting Computer Picture” can be selected only when the computer picture is being transmitted from the local site. Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select “Annotation Mode” and press the ENTER button. Drawing: Allows you to write letters or graphics on the screen.
  • Page 155 Operations during drawing Operate using the function keys on the tablet and the buttons on the pen. Eraser Start Stop Drawing Rights Select Line Density Select Color Erase All To start drawing Press the topmost key on the tablet. To stop drawing Press the second key from the top on the tablet.
  • Page 156 If you want to obtain the drawing rights, press the second key from the bottom on the tablet. The indicator (Drawing executed by the local party) appears on the monitor screen, and you are allowed to write letters and graphics on the screen. To save the drawings written using annotation Insert a “Memory Stick”...
  • Page 157: Using Multiple Microphones

    Using Multiple Microphones You can input the stereo sound from two PCS-A1 (one is supplied) or PCSA- A3 (not supplied) microphones to the system. To connect the microphones Connect the optional microphones to the MIC (A1/A3) 1 (R) and 2 (L) jacks on the Communication System.
  • Page 158 • Avoid covering the microphones, with paper for example, or carrying the microphones and moving them. If you do either, extreme noise and echo may be heard temporarily by the remote party. In this case, wait until the echo disappears. •...
  • Page 159: Using A Second Camera

    Using a Second Camera You can connect the second camera through the PCSA-CG70/CG70P Camera Unit. Connection example for a second camera First camera (PCSA-CG70/CG70P) Second camera VISCA cable (supplied) to VISCA OUT to VISCA IN TERMINAL VISCA OUT to Video LAN ALERT ON LINE output...
  • Page 160: Recording During A Communication

    Recording during a Communication You can record the voices of participants on both the remote and local sites during a communication if you connect an audio recorder to the REC OUT jack on the Communication System. This is convenient for taking minutes of the communication. To connect an audio recorder TERMINAL VISCA OUT...
  • Page 161: Sending Audio/video From The External Equipment To A Remote Party

    Sending Audio/Video from the External Equipment to a Remote Party The Communication System allows you to send the picture and sound output from the connected equipment such as a VCR to a remote party. To connect the video equipment for input The Communication System is equipped with one video input.
  • Page 162 Video Input > Near CAMERA YPbPr Save Cancel Use the V, v, B or b button on the Remote Commander to select the external equipment connected to each video input on the Communication System, then press the ENTER button. The picture from the selected equipment is displayed. CAMERA: Video shot by the camera unit connected to the CAMERA connector.
  • Page 163: Viewing The Picture From The System On A Monitor Or Projector

    Viewing the Picture from the System on a Monitor or Projector When the monitor or projector is connected to the Communication System, you can view the picture from the system. To connect a monitor or projector Monitor to HDMI IN TERMINAL VISCA OUT to HDMI OUT...
  • Page 164 Pictures displayed on the two monitors During communication, the following images are displayed on the two monitors. Picture displayed on the first monitor The local or remote picture shot by the camera (moving picture) is monitored on the first monitor connected to the HDMI OUT connector. To switch between the local and remote pictures, press the LAYOUT button, then F1 button on the Remote Commander.
  • Page 165: Communicating Without The Picture - Voice Meeting

    Communicating without the Picture – Voice Meeting The Visual Communication System enables a voice only communication using telephones via an ISDN line. (Voice Meeting) Basic connecting procedures are the same as those for normal communication with audio/video. Conducting a voice meeting with a remote party not registered in the phone book Set “Line I/F”...
  • Page 166: Controlling The Remote System With The Tone Signal - Dtmf Transmission

    Controlling the Remote System with the Tone Signal – DTMF Transmission The Visual Communication System enables you to control the remote system connected by transmitting the tone signal (DTMF: Dual Tone Multi Frequency) assigned to the numbers for dialing (0-9, Press the TONE ( ) button on the Remote Commander during communication.
  • Page 167: Accessing The Communication System

    Accessing the Communication System The following controls are available to access the Communication System. For details on each control, consult your Sony dealer. Note Depending on the operating environment, unauthorized third parties on the network may be able to access the system. When allowing external access, be sure to configure all of the passwords on the Password page (page 79) of the Administrator setup menu.
  • Page 168: Chapter 5: Encrypted Connection

    Chapter 5: Encrypted Connection When a strictly confidential communication is required, the communication system enables a connection with encrypted video and audio. A connection conducted using this feature is known as an encrypted connection. This chapter describes how to conduct an encrypted connection. The Communication System is equipped with standard encryption, which complies with the H.233, H.234 and H.235 standardized by the ITU-T.
  • Page 169: Preparing For An Encrypted Connection Via Lan

    Preparing for an Encrypted Connection via LAN To start an encrypted connection, “Encryption Mode” must be set in the Encryption setup menu. Set “Encryption Mode” to “Connect Priority” or “Encrypt Priority” in the Encryption setup menu. IP:192.168.0.11 5/11/2008 13:00 Setup Encryption Connect Priority Encryption...
  • Page 170 Encrypt Priority Connects only to remote parties with standard encrypted connection enabled. Connect with encryption Local system: Remote system: Standard encrypted connection available Standard encrypted connection available Do not connect Local system: Remote system: Standard encrypted connection available Standard encrypted connection unavailable Preparing for an Encrypted Connection via LAN...
  • Page 171: Starting An Encrypted Connection

    Starting an Encrypted Connection You can start an encrypted connection by calling a remote party in the same manner as a daily connection. During an encrypted connection, the encryption icon, , is displayed. Note If there is no icon displayed, transmitted and received data are not encrypted. Confirm if an icon is displayed before starting a connection.
  • Page 172 Error Messages Causes The standard encryption You are connected to the remote system via SIP videoconference with SIP connection. connection is not available. Starting an Encrypted Connection...
  • Page 173: Chapter 6: Multipoint Connection

    Chapter 6: Multipoint Connection This chapter describes how to connect your system to multiple points. For multipoint connection, installation of the optional PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software is required. When connecting via a LAN, multipoint connection among up to 10 points including your site is available.
  • Page 174: Connection Examples Of A Multipoint Connection

    Connection Examples of a Multipoint Connection Using the LAN Connection (Up to Six Points) Installing the optional PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software in one Visual Communication System allows you to connect multiple points up to six. If you have already made a point-to-point connection when a third point calls, the system automatically starts multipoint connection.
  • Page 175: Using The Cascade Connection Via Lan (up To 10 Points)

    Using the Cascade Connection via LAN (Up to 10 Points) Installing the optional PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software in two Visual Communication Systems enables cascade connection with two main terminals, allowing you to make a multipoint connection among up to ten points by connecting four to each main terminal.
  • Page 176: Using The Isdn Connection

    Using the ISDN Connection Installing the optional PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software in one Visual Communication System allows you to connect to multiple systems up to four by using the optional PCSA-B384S or PCSA-B768S ISDN Unit. The illustration shows an example using the PCSA-B768S ISDN Unit.
  • Page 177: Using Both Lan And Isdn

    To connect with a normal phone When you are using an ISDN connection, a normal phone can be connected at up to three points. Only the 1B (64K) connection is available for a normal phone. Notes • When using the ISDN connection, installing the PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software in two or more Communication Systems does not allow cascade connection.
  • Page 178: Using The Lan Cascade And Isdn Connection

    Note The connection example described above includes two terminals via a LAN connection and one terminal via an ISDN connection. A system consisting of one terminal via a LAN connection and two terminals via an ISDN connection is also possible. Using the LAN Cascade and ISDN Connection Installing the PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software in two Visual Communication System enables cascade connection including two main...
  • Page 179: Installing The Mcu Software

    Installing the MCU Software Turn off the power of the Communication System. Insert the Key Module of the PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software into the OPTION connector. to OPTION PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software Press the (power) switch on the System to turn it on. The PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU software is installed in the System.
  • Page 180: Configuring Multipoint

    Configuring Multipoint Setting Up Multipoint Open the Multipoint setup menu, set “Multipoint Mode” to “AUTO”, and make the necessary settings. Setup Multipoint AUTO Multipoint Multipoint Mode Broadcast Mode Split Split Automatic Save Cancel For details on “Broadcast Mode” and “Split”, see “Using the Display Control”...
  • Page 181 To register a multipoint connection list in the Phone Book The basic procedure for registration is the same as when registering a remote party for a point-to-point connection. For details on the procedure, see “Registering a New Remote Party” on page 114. Select “New Entry”...
  • Page 182 Enter all the parties to which you want to make a multipoint connection. Phone Book Index MULTI LIST Multipoint Group Select None Specified Dial to: 123.123.123.1 None Specified One-Touch Dial Specified 123.123.123.2 Dial to: Number of Connected Sites 123.123.123.3 Dial to: Line I/F 1024Kbps Communication Bit Rate...
  • Page 183 Number of specified points Phone Book Default Group Room 101 Room 102 Office A ISDN 01-2345-6789 IP 255.255.255.255 ISDN 98-7654-3210 Multipoint mark Note To delete the mark from the name list, press the button on the Remote Commander again, or press the ENTER button on the Remote Commander to display the submenu, press the V, v, B or b button to select “...
  • Page 184: Starting A Multipoint Connection

    Starting a Multipoint Connection Calling Remote Parties To call remote parties registered in the multipoint connection lists Select the multipoint connection list registered in the Phone Book. Press the CONNECT ( ) button on the Remote Commander, or press the ENTER button on the Remote Commander to display the submenu, press the V, v, B or b button to select “Connect”, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 185 Phone Book Default Group Room 101 ISDN 01-2345-6789 Cancel Connect Edit Copy Delete (multipoint) mark is added to the lower right of the selected name in the Phone Book list and the remote party is specified to the party for the multipoint connection.
  • Page 186 To call remote parties not registered in the Phone Book Basic operations are the same as those for a point-to-point connection. For details, see “Calling a Remote Party Not Registered in the Phone Book” on page 108. Select “Detailed Dial” in the Home menu or press the CONNECT ( button on the Remote Commander to open the Detailed Dial menu.
  • Page 187 Select “Connect”, and press the ENTER button on the Remote Commander, or press the CONNECT ( ) button on the Remote Commander. The system begins dialing the remote parties selected in step 3. “Dialing” appears on the monitor screen. When the system connects to all the remote points, the message “Session Connected.”...
  • Page 188: Receiving A Call From A Remote Party

    Some positions were not connected. Start Meeting Disconnect All Redial Start Meeting: Starts communication with remote parties connected. Disconnect All: Cancels all the connections and restores the Home menu. Redial: Redials the numbers of the points that you failed to connect. Note on multipoint videoconferences using ISDN If the number of remote points connected increases as a result of dialing from the main terminal while making a multipoint connection using ISDN, some of...
  • Page 189: Using The Display Control

    Using the Display Control During a multipoint connection you can control the following operations. Broadcast Mode There are four broadcast modes, “Split” and “Voice Activate”, and “Split (fixed)” and the broadcast select mode. You can set up “Split” and “Voice Activate” modes in “Broadcast Mode” of the Multipoint setup menu.
  • Page 190 • If you switch the broadcast mode from “Split” to “Voice Activate” in which the picture of a specified terminal is displayed in full screen during communication, the location of Pictures A to E will be changed when “Split” mode is restored. •...
  • Page 191: Broadcast Modes And Displayed Windows

    Broadcast Modes and Displayed Windows The chart described below shows the window displayed on the monitor screen when you select one of the broadcast modes. According to the connection status of your system, some modes cannot be selected. You cannot select the broadcast mode if your connection status corresponds to that with no display window in the chart below.
  • Page 192 Connection status Non-cascade connection Cascade connection Split 2 or 3 – – (fixed) terminals connected 4 or 5 Six-split window – terminals connected Voice Activate Full screen Full screen Broadcast Select Full screen – Note Only the “Voice Activate” mode is supported during cascade connections. Using the Display Control...
  • Page 193: Switching The Broadcast Mode

    Switching the Broadcast Mode At the beginning of the connection, the broadcast mode set in “Broadcast Mode” and “Split” of the Multipoint setup menu is applied. You can change the mode during communication using the Layout menu. Press the LAYOUT button on the Remote Commander. The Layout menu appears.
  • Page 194: Receiving The Broadcast Requested From Another Terminal

    A Broadcast: Broadcasts the picture of the terminal connected first in broadcast select mode. B Broadcast: Broadcasts the picture of the terminal connected second in broadcast select mode. C Broadcast: Broadcasts the picture of the terminal connected third in broadcast select mode. D Broadcast: Broadcasts the picture of the terminal connected fourth in broadcast select mode.
  • Page 195: Ending The Multipoint Connection

    Ending the Multipoint Connection Press the CONNECT ( ) button on the Remote Commander. The following menu appears: Disconnect A Disconnect B Disconnect C Disconnect D Disconnect All Disconnect E Cancel The alphabetic letters A to E (or A to C) indicate the connected sequence of terminals.
  • Page 196: Notes On Secondary Terminals

    Notes on Secondary Terminals If there is a terminal that is not adequate for the settings set by this system, that terminal is called a secondary terminal. Communication capabilities between secondary terminal and this system are shown below. • Transmitting/receiving audio •...
  • Page 197: Multipoint Attributes

    Multipoint Attributes Number Attribute Value (H.320 MCU) Value (H.323 MCU) Maximum number of terminals 5 (6 when including the 5 (6 when including the that can be connected to a single local terminal) local terminal) Maximum number of concurrent (independent) connections that can be supported in a single MCU Maximum number of ports that...
  • Page 198 Number Attribute Value (H.320 MCU) Value (H.323 MCU) Method of choosing Selected Custom: Custom: Communication Mode - SCM Number of lines (1B/ LAN bandwidth 2B/4B/6B) (Restricted on maximum Audio algorithm value of total bit rate of (G.711, G.728, G.722, all points) MPEG4 AAC) Audio algorithm Auto:...
  • Page 199: Chapter 7: Web Control Function

    Chapter 7: Web Control Function This chapter describes the Web Control Functions used when operating the PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP. The Web Control Function helps you control the PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP, or change its setup configuration, using a Web browser installed on your PC, such as Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer is a product of the Microsoft Corporation.
  • Page 200: Opening The Web Page

    Opening the Web Page Enter the IP address assigned to the PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP in the address line of your browser. Example: For IPv4 addresses http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/ (“xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx” represents the IPv4 address.) Example: For IPv6 addresses http://[xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx]/ (“xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx” represents the IPv6 address.) Note When a proxy server in an external network segment has been set, the Gateway address in the PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP LAN setup must also be set.
  • Page 201: Identifying A User

    Identifying a User Once you reach the Web page, the following window will be displayed asking you to identify yourself as the user. Enter one of the following user names (see below) into the “User Name” box and the corresponding password into the “Password” box, then click the [OK] button.
  • Page 202 [streaming] Enter the Streaming Broadcast Password of the terminal transmitting via streaming broadcast. You can receive and view the contents of the transmitted communication. [setting] Enter the Save Settings Password set in the Administrator setup menu. You can check and modify the settings in the “Phonebook” page or register new entries.
  • Page 203: Selecting A Menu

    Selecting a Menu By clicking a menu name on the left part of the page, you can display the corresponding menu page. Menu items [Home] Displays the “Home” menu to select the line I/F to connect to a remote party, enter the address of the remote party and dial.
  • Page 204: How To Use [home] Menu

    How to Use [Home] Menu When you click [Home] on the left part of the page, the Home menu appears. You can also display the Home menu by entering the correct password on the name entry screen. To dial by entering a number 1 Select the line interface (IP, ISDN or SIP).
  • Page 205: How To Use [download] Menu

    How to Use [Download] Menu When you click [Download] on the left part of the page, the Download menu appears. Various log files can be shown. Select the log file you want to display, and click the [Download] button. You can check the log files in a separate window.
  • Page 206: How To Use [remote Commander] Menu

    How to Use [Remote Commander] Menu When you click [Remote Commander] on the left part of the screen, the Remote Commander image appears. By clicking the various buttons on the Remote Commander image, you can control the system in the same way you can when using a real Remote Commander (PCS-RF1), operating the camera, and dialing phone numbers.
  • Page 207: Selecting A Tool

    Selecting a Tool By clicking the tools button on the top part of the page, you can jump to the corresponding tools page. [Connect/Disconnect] Calls a remote party using direct dialing and ends a communication. [Phonebook] Displays the dial list of the Phonebook. Connects from the Phonebook.
  • Page 208: How To Configure Kiosk Mode

    Notes • The KIOSK Mode setting can only be configured using the Web Control Function. • For detailed information on the KIOSK Mode setting, consult your Sony dealer. 1 Click [Setup] at the top of the screen. 2 Click [Admin:Etc] that appears on the left side of the screen.
  • Page 209: How To Use [version Up] Page

    How to Use [Version Up] Page When you click [Setup] on the top part of the page, [Version Up] appears on the lower left of the page. Clicking [Version Up] displays the [Version Up] page. Version Up Click [Reference] and select the software you want to upgrade, then click the [Upload] button.
  • Page 210: How To Use [streaming] Page

    How to Use [Streaming] Page 1 On the user name entry screen, enter “streaming” in the [User Name] box and the Streaming Password of the terminal transmitting via streaming broadcast in the [Password] box. 2 Click the [Streaming] button to start QuickTime and start watching a communication.
  • Page 211: How To Use [monitor] Page

    How to Use [Monitor] Page When you click [Monitor] of the tools buttons, the [Monitor] page opens. You can monitor the picture on the Communication System. Note When “Web Monitor” is set to “Off” on the Access Permit page of the Administrator setup menu, or while the encrypted connection is made, you cannot use the [Monitor] page.
  • Page 212: Appendix

    e OPTION connector Appendix Connect to a pen tablet (not supplied) for annotation, or the Key Module (not supplied) for software installation. f Memory Stick slot Location and Insert a “Memory Stick” (not supplied) into this slot. Function of Parts A “Memory Stick Duo”...
  • Page 213: Pcsa-cg70/cg70p Camera Unit (supplied)

    c RGB OUT connector (D-sub PCSA-CG70/CG70P Camera 15-pin) Unit (Supplied) Connect to the RGB input of the optional projector or display unit. Front d HDMI OUT connector Connect to the HDMI input of the optional TV monitor. e ISDN UNIT connector Connect to the TERMINAL connector on the optional PCSA-B384S or PCSA-B768S ISDN Unit.
  • Page 214: Pcs-rf1 Rf Remote Commander (supplied)

    c POWER indicator (green) PCS-RF1 RF Remote Lights when the power switch on the Commander (Supplied) System is set to on and goes out when it is set to off or the System is set to standby mode. d Infrared sensor Receives the infrared wireless signal PRESENTATION from the optional PCS-DS150/DS150P...
  • Page 215 c LAYOUT button W: to reduce the picture Displays the Layout menu to select the o TOOLS button screen display pattern. Displays the Tools menu. d VOLUME +/– buttons p DISCONNECT ( ) button Adjust the volume of the sound received from a remote party.
  • Page 216: Pcsa-b384s Isdn Unit (optional)

    PCSA-B384S ISDN Unit PCSA-B768S ISDN Unit (Optional) (Optional) Front/Upper panel Front/Upper panel Rear Rear a POWER indicator a POWER indicator Lights in orange when power is supplied Lights in orange when power is supplied to the ISDN Unit. When initializing is to the ISDN Unit.
  • Page 217: Indicators

    Indicators The following icons appear on the monitor depending on the functions being used. Indicator Name Description Near camera Local camera being controlled control NEAR Far camera Remote camera being controlled control Mic off Local microphone is turned off in (Near) communication or not in NEAR...
  • Page 218 Indicator Name Description ISDN Audio only communication in (telephone) progress mode “Memory “Memory Stick” is inserted into Stick” the System. Preset load Recalling the preset camera settings (1-6) – Presentation Presentation Executing (transmitting) (transmitting the presentation data to a remote party) Presentation Receiving the presentation data (receiving)
  • Page 219 Indicator Name Description Packet loss Packet loss occurring Voice “Voice Activate” is selected in Activate “Broadcast Mode” in a multipoint mode connection. Broadcast Local picture is broadcast in a (Near) multipoint connection. Broadcast Terminal A (-E) connected first (A-E) (-fifth) is broadcast in a multipoint –...
  • Page 220: On-screen Messages

    On-Screen Messages Check the following if a message appears on the TV monitor when operating the Communication System. Message Cannot complete connection. (The following code and message appear.) Unknown network error: Try again later. Number does not exist: Check the number and try again. Network congestion: Try again later.
  • Page 221 Message LAN connection rejected: Try again later. DNS error. Dialing your own number is invalid. GateKeeper error. PPPoE server admission has failed. Check the PPPoE User Name and Password are entered correctly. Now obtaining an IP address via DHCP. Configure the DNS address or use the IP address to dial. Check the user name or user number for dialing is correct.
  • Page 222: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If the Communication System does not function correctly, check the following. Symptom Cause Solution The power is not The power switch is not set to on. Press the power switch to turn on the turned on. power of the system (page 35). The batteries in the Remote Replace the batteries with new ones Commander are low or dead.
  • Page 223 Symptom Cause Solution No connection. Wrong number was dialed. Check the entered number. The setting of “Line I/F” is not Set “Line I/F” to correct interface correct (when using direct dialing). referring to “Calling a Remote Party” (page 102). The registered items in the Phone Register the party correctly referring Book are not correct.
  • Page 224 Symptom Cause Solution No connection. It takes a long time for the remote Ask the remote party to cancel the party to be able to answer from the standby mode. standby mode. The remote party is in Call the remote party after they end communication with another party.
  • Page 225: Specifications

    48 Kbps (MPEG4 AAC) (when Specifications using ISDN) Network Multiplexing PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP Visual Video, audio, data Communication System Frame format H.221 (compliant with ITU-T This unit is compliant with ITU-T Recommendation) Recommendations H.320 and H.323. Interface LAN (standard), 64 Kbps to 4 Mbps ISDN (BRI), up to 3 lines (when Motion picture...
  • Page 226: Pcs-rf1 Remote Commander (supplied)

    Supplied accessories Operating humidity PCS-RF1 RF Remote Commander 20% to 80% Storage temperature Size AA (R6) batteries for RF –20 °C to +60 °C (–4 °F to Remote Commander (2) +140 °F) HDMI cable (3 m) (9.8 feet) (1) Storage humidity AC adaptor (1) 20% to 80% (no condensation) Power cord (1)
  • Page 227: Pcs-a1 Microphone (one Supplied)

    PCS-A1 Microphone PCSA-B768S ISDN Unit (One supplied) (Optional) Bandwidth 13 kHz Power requirements Directional characteristic DC 19.5 V Omnidirectional Current consumption Dimensions 74 × 16 × 93 mm (W × H × D) 0.5 A (3 × × 3 inches) Operating temperature Mass Approx.
  • Page 228 • Always make a test recording, and verify that storing MPEG-4 Visual video information it was recorded successfully. (ii) distribution/broadcasting of MPEG-4 SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR Visual video information in any manner DAMAGES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, (such as online video distribution service, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, COMPENSATION internet broadcasting, TV broadcasting).
  • Page 229: Acceptable Rgb Input/output Signals

    Acceptable RGB Input/Output Signals PCS-G60S Visual Communication System (RGB OUT) Picture element Signal format fH (kHz) fV (Hz) Sync 1024 × 768 XGA VESA 60 Hz 48.363 60.004 H-neg V-neg 1280 × 1024 SXGA VESA 60 Hz 63.981 60.02 H-pos V-neg 1280 ×...
  • Page 230: Pin Assignments

    CAMERA connector Pin Assignments 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T jack D-sub 15-pin connector (female) Signal Description Brightness signal Modular jack Y.GND Brightness signal ground Signal Description Chrominance signal TPOPTX+ Transmit+ C.GND Chrominance signal TPONTX– Transmit– ground TPIPRX+ Receive+ Video Video signal — Video. Video signal Ground —...
  • Page 231: Pin Assignments On Optional Board Connectors

    Signal Description Pin Assignments on Optional RED.GND R (red) signal ground Board Connectors GREEN.GND G (green) signal ground TERMINAL connector (PCSA-CG70/CG70P) BLUE.GND B (blue) signal ground 23 21 – SYNC.GND Sync signal ground – 23-pin rectangular connector (male) – Pin Signal Description HSYNC Horizontal sync...
  • Page 232 ISDN 1-3 jacks (PCSA-B384S) ISDN 1-6 jacks (PCSA-B768S) Modular jack Signal Description – – Transmit+ Receive+ Receive– Transmit– – – TERMINAL connector (PCSA-B384S/PCSA-B768S) Pin Signal Description Chassis ground 19.5V 19.5V DCLK+ Clock+ DCLK– Clock– Transmit data+ DR– Transmit data– Frame sync+ FS–...
  • Page 233: List Of Port Numbers Used On The Pcs-g60/g60d/g60dp

    List of Port Numbers Used on the PCS-G60/G60D/G60DP For point-to-point connection Signal Port number Type 1719 Gatekeeper Discovery 224.0.1.41:1718 UDP Multicast Q.931 (dial) 2253-2263 Q.931 (answer) 1720 H.245 2253-2263 Audio RTP 49152-49159 Audio RTCP 49152-49159 Video RTP 49152-49159 Video RTCP 49152-49159 FECC RTP 49152-49159...
  • Page 234: Meeting Room Layout

    Top view (horizontal range at Meeting Room maximum zoom-out) Layout Be sure to position camera and microphone appropriately in your meeting room. Camera Range represents the shooting area of the camera when the zoom has been extended fully. indicates the shooting area of the camera when the angling function is fully utilized.
  • Page 235: Memory Stick" Media

    • Do not allow the “Memory Stick” to get “Memory Stick” wet. • Do not use or store the “Memory Stick” in Media locations subject to: –Extreme heat, such as in a closed car parked in the sun. Use a “Memory Stick PRO” or “Memory –Direct sunlight.
  • Page 236: Phenomena Specific To Cmos Image Sensors

    Phenomena Specific Memory Stick PRO , Memory Stick to CMOS Image PRO Duo are trademarks of Sony Corporation. Sensors The following phenomena that may appear in images are specific to CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) image sensors. They do not indicate malfunctions.
  • Page 237: Glossary

    Codec Glossary An abbreviation for Coder-Decoder. An integrated device of a coder that converts an analog audio/video signal to a digital data stream and compresses it, and a decoder for An abbreviation for Adaptive Rate Control. expanding to restore the original analog Technology which automatically lowers a signal.
  • Page 238 Gatekeeper H.323 Controls the access of H.323 This enables communications on the communication devices on a network. non-Qos (Quality of Service) LAN. Administers the zone, access limitation, audio/video bandwidth, and alias etc. An abbreviation for High Definition. High H.221 Definition television provides a Frame structure for a digital channel in high-resolution and high-quality picture.
  • Page 239 An abbreviation for Simple Network Management Protocol. This protocol is for management information between the management station and the managed terminals. This enables the monitoring of Sony Communication Systems. SPID An abbreviation for Service Profile ID. Streaming A technology that allows audio and video...
  • Page 240: Menu Configuration

    Menu Configuration The menus of the Visual Communication System are configured as described below. For detailed information, see pages in parentheses. The initial settings of each item are bolded. Home Camera Adjustments Camera Angle (page 42) (page 128) Brightness Auto Adjustment, Manual Adjustment Preset Preset Setting List New Entry...
  • Page 241 ISDN Annotation Camera General Home Menu Administrator Encryption Shared Phone Book History Dial, Answer, Missed Call (page 105) Phone Book “Phone Book” Detailed Dial “Detailed Dial” Phone Book/ Phone Book List Private Phone New Entry Index, Group Select, Dial to:, Auto Dial, Image, Book One-Touch Dial Specified, Line I/F, Communication (page 114)
  • Page 242 Dial Telephone Mode Auto, G.711 -law, G711A-law (page 59) More Options Enable Off, On User Name Input Off, On Prefix Prefix-None, Prefix-A, Prefix-B, Prefix-C Prefix-A Prefix-B Prefix-C Select LAN Prefix Disable, Enable LAN Prefix Answer Auto Answer On, Off (page 60) ISDN MSN Off, On Mic on Answer...
  • Page 243 Communication Individual Settings for (page 61) (Communication) Transmission/Reception Individual Settings for Point-to-Point/Multipoint IP:Mode Total Bandwidth 128Kbps, 384Kbps, (Communication) 512Kbps, 768Kbps, 1Mbps, 2Mbps, 3Mbps, 4Mbps, Other Communication Bit Rate 128Kbps, 384Kbps, 512Kbps, 768Kbps, 1Mbps, 2Mbps, 3Mbps, 4Mbps, Other Audio Mode G.711, G.722, G.728 MPEG4 Far End Camera Control On, Off...
  • Page 244 SIP:Mode Communication Bit Rate 128Kbps, 384Kbps, (Communication) 512Kbps, 768Kbps, 1Mbps, 2Mbps, 3Mbps, 4Mbps, Other Audio Mode G.728 , G.722, G.711 Far End Camera Control On, Off Screen Size , W4CIF , W432P WCIF, 4CIF, CIF, QCIF, AUTO Video Mode H.261, H.263+, H.264, MPEG4 Video Frame 15fps, 30fps, AUTO...
  • Page 245 Audio Basic Setup1 Audio Input MIC, AUX, MIC+AUX (page 64) (Audio1) Input Select (MIC)/ MIC(A1/A3), AUDIO Input Select (AUX) Echo Canceller On, Off Lip Sync Auto, Off Recording Mute Off, On Input Mode Stereo, Monaural Output Mode Stereo, Monaural Basic Setup2 AUX Local Monitor Out On, Off (Audio2)
  • Page 246 Basic Setup Host Name (page 68) (LAN) DHCP Mode Auto, Off Prefix Length IP Address Network Mask Gateway Address Primary DNS Secondary DNS LAN Mode Auto, 100Mbps Full Duplex, 100Mbps Half Duplex, 10Mbps Full Duplex, 10Mbps Half Duplex PPPoE PPPoE Off, On (LAN) User Alias...
  • Page 247 Basic Setup Adaptive Rate Control (ARC) On, Off (page 71) (QoS1) Auto Bandwidth Detection On, Off TCP Port Number UDP Port Number Packet Resend Request(ARQ) On, Off ARQ Buffering Time 300ms, 150ms, 80ms, Auto, Custom ARQ Buffering Time Forward Error Correction(FEC) On, Off FEC Redundancy 8, 4, 2, Auto...
  • Page 248 ISDN Basic Setup Country/Region Country/region selectable (page 73) (ISDN1) Protocol Japan(NTT), National ISDN, Euro ISDN, Euro ISDN(France), 5ESS(P-MP), 5ESS(P-P), DMS-100 Telephone Number Area Code (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2) (ISDN2) Local Number (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2) Telephone Number Area Code (D1, D2, E1, E2, F1, F2) (ISDN3) Local Number (D1, D2, E1, E2, F1, F2)
  • Page 249 General Device Setup Terminal Name (page 76) (General1) Standby Mode On, Off Standby Time 1-99 minutes Last Number Registration Off, On Control by Far End On, Off Language Japanese, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Simplified Chinese, Portuguese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, Russian, Arabic, Thai, Norwegian, Turkish, Welsh, Czech, Hungarian...
  • Page 250 Function Keys Far/Near, Camera, RGB, YPbPr, No Operation in Communication F2 Camera, RGB, YPbPr, No Operation (General4) Camera, RGB, YPbPr, Zoom (RGB), No Operation Camera, RGB, YPbPr, No Operation Home Menu Home Menu1 Clock Display On, Off (page 78) (Home Menu1) Local Terminal Name On, Off Number Display...
  • Page 251 Administrator Password Administrator Password (page 79) (Administrator1) Phone Book Modification Password Save Settings Password Remote Access Password Streaming Broadcast Password Setup Password1 Line I/F Enabled, Disabled (Administrator2) Dial Enabled, Disabled Answer Enabled, Disabled Multipoint Enabled, Disabled IP Mode Enabled, Disabled SIP Mode Enabled, Disabled ISDN Mode...
  • Page 252 Other Use History On, Off (Administrator7) Save Setup Execute Load Setup Execute AMX Device Discovery Off, On Auto Restore On, Off Internet Protocol IPv4, IPv6, IPv4/IPv6 Phone Book Save Phone Book Execute (Administrator8) Load Phone Book Execute Clear Phone Book Execute Auto Dialing On, Off...
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