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Instruction manual

for

EMC hardened Camera


HDCam6E130
(HD - High Definition)

PONTIS EMC products is a brand of


Audivo GmbH
Irrenloher Damm 30, 92521 Schwarzenfeld, Germany
telephone: ++49 9435-5419-0 telefax: ++49 9435-5419-19
http://www.pontis-emc.com
Contents
1. Connections of the devices.....................................................................................3
1.1 Connections of the camera HDCam6 series.....................................................3
1.2 Connections of the power supplies...................................................................4
2. Installation tips.........................................................................................................7
3. Setting HD-format....................................................................................................8
3.1 Checking HD-format setting..............................................................................8
3.2 Changing HD-format setting..............................................................................8
4. Technical specifications...........................................................................................9
4.1 Camera HDCam6..............................................................................................9
4.2 Power Supplies...............................................................................................10
4.3 Pan/Tilt unit PT8 / PT5....................................................................................12
5. Pin assignment of the cables.................................................................................13

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1. Connections of the devices

1.1 Connections of the camera HDCam6 series

rear side of the camera:

1 Control: fibre optic connector (ST); control signal input

2 configure button:
short pressing: show HD-format via blink code once, see chapter 3.1
long pressing: entering HD-format settings, see chapter 3.2

3 LED: Power/Camera on indication


flashing constantly slow: power is applied, no control signal at camera,
camera is switched off
flashing constantly fast: error with camera, please contact distributor
on: camera is switched on and working
blink code (special mode): setting up HD-format, see chapter 3

4 Video Out: fibre optic connector (ST); video signal output

5 5 pin socket for connecting the pan/tilt unit

6 5 pin plug for connecting the mains unit or battery pack („Power supply“)

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connector camera connected with:
Video Out Video In of the controller
Control Control of the controller
5 pin plug Supply Camera of the power supply
5 pin socket pan/tilt unit

1.2 Connections of the power supplies


The camera systems are available with different power supplies:

- mains unit PSM14 / PSM24 is the power supply with mains connection

- battery pack PSB22 / PSB12 is the power supply with built-in battery

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1.2.1 - battery pack (PSBxx):

1 On/Off switch : two positions:


=> ON: „ready to supply“,
(Dis-charges battery slightly even if camera is turned off or not
connected, can lead to deep discharge and damage battery if forgotten
to turn off!)
=> OFF: „ready to be charged“ or „to be stored until next usage“
(does not discharge)
2 status lamps : show the current operation status of the device:
2.1.Green LED lighting: battery OK
2.2. Red LED lighting: battery empty or short circuit in 12V DC
2.3. Both LEDs lighting: Short circuit in 24V AC
Important Note:
If you switch off the battery you have to wait at least 3 seconds before you
switch on it again. Otherwise both LED will light even if there’s no short
circuit.
3 power supply for the camera (15 pin SUB-D socket)
4 Fuse : T1,6A
5 charge socket Important Note:
To charge the PSB, the switch must be turned in position
OFF/Charge. It is not possible to charge the battery while it is turned
„ON“.

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Trouble shooting PSB

The PSB has a short circuit protection which switches off the PSB if there’s a
short circuit anywhere.
In this case the red LED will light even if the battery is full.

1. When the battery is switched on,


firstly the red LED is lighting.
2. a If the battery is charged and ok (no short circuit):
the red LED turns off
and - after about 1 second - the green LED turns on.
b. If the accumulator is empty or there is a short circuit at 12V line:
the red LED remains lighting.
3. If the short circuit is in the 24V AC,
both LEDs will light.
4. In case only the red LED is lighting
then you need to find out the reason for „not o.k.“, :

To analyse whether the battery is empty or whether there’s a short circuit,


please
a. disconnect the cable from the PSB,
b. switch off the battery,
c. wait 3 seconds
d. switch it on again.
=> If after step a-d the red LED is still lighting, the battery is just empty →
needs to be charged.

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1.2.2 mains unit (PSMxx):

1 On/Off switch
2 power supply for the camera (15 pin SUB-D socket)
3 status lamp: shows the current operation status of the device

2. Installation tips

The standard mounting plate of the camera allows to mount the camera on our
pan/tilt units and our tripods. For this the mounting plate is provided with all
necessary threads. So the camera can be used for a mobile or stationary
operation inside of the measuring chamber.
When you are not using our system accessories, please be sure that this
components are fitting to our specifications. In particular the tripod and the wall
bracket should be constructed to take up the load of the camera.
During the installation of the system please ensure a professional installation of
all electrical and fibre optic components.

Important:
It is not allowed to fold the fibre optic cables. A bending radius smaller than 10
centimetres should be avoided.
Furthermore at the mobile operation of the camera it should be avoided to stress
the cables by mechanical burden like stepping on persons or running over with
vehicles.

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3. Setting HD-format
The camera is able to provide two HD-video output formats:
1080/25p and 1080/30p
Normally the format 1080/25p is used with 50Hz mains frequency (similar to PAL at
analogue video signals), 1080/30p is used with 60 Hz mains frequency (similar to
NTSC at analogue video signals). You can get a flickering image when the mains
frequency is differing from the vertical line frequency at the camera.
„p“ means progressive video.
Note: you must select a HD format which is matching to you monitor! Normally all
HD-TV monitors are able to work with the provided HD formats. But if you use a PC-
Monitor it is not guaranteed that this are working! PC-Monitors are not recommended
for use in TV-video systems!

3.1 Checking HD-format setting


With a short push at the configure switch (6) the actual used HD format is shown
with the LED (5) at the rear side of the camera. The led outputs a flash code, just
count the flash impulses:
1 – 1080/25p
2 – 1080/30p

3.2 Changing HD-format setting


Press the configure switch for a long time (about 6 seconds). Now the setup-mode is
entered, the blink-code (see chapter 3.1) is shown permanently. Each short push of
the switch changes the output mode to the other HD format.
To save the setting, press the configure switch again for a long time (6 seconds), the
led then lights 1 second and then its off. Release the switch, the saved HD-format is
shown once more. Then the setup procedure is finished and the LED light steadily,
indicates normal operation.
Note:
– The camera can´t be controlled (P/T, Zoom, Focus) in setup-mode
– the setup mode can also be activated in standby mode (no fibre connected).
In this case, you have to wait about 25 seconds until the flash code is shown
because the camera must internally powered up before settings can be
changed. But you can´t see a picture if “camera on” at the controller side is
not activated even you have connected the fibre! It´s recommended to enter
setup-mode while camera is normal working.

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4. Technical specifications

4.1 Camera HDCam6 E


Video signal system 1080/25p, 1080/30p
switchable, according to SMPTE 292M
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixel
S / N ratio >50dB (AGC off)
Minimum object illumination 0.5 lux (color mode), 0.1 lux (b/w)
White balance automatic white balance
Focal Length 4.3 ~ 129.0 mm
Aperture ratio F1.6 (wide) ~ F4.7 (tele)
Min. Object Distance 10cm
Operation Mode Iris automatic
Zoom motorized
Focus motorized
Angle of View Horizontal 58.9° ~ 2.11°
Camera controlling microprocessor controlled
Video link digital, 1310 nm
Command Link digital, 850nm
Glass fibre 50/125 μm glas fibre with ST patches
Operating environment 0° up to +50° C
Operating humidity 20 up to 80 % RH
External dimensions 160mm x 80mm x 88mm (l x w x h)
Case Aluminium chromated, 4mm
Weight Approx. 1.2 Kg
RF - Immunity 200V/m to 18 GHz

Note: The HDCam6E doesn’t support “long exposure” (see controller manual)

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4.2 Power Supplies

4.2.1 Mains Unit

Power Input, Jack socket with


integrated switch and line filter:
PSM13 115V~ +/- 10%, 50/60 Hz
PSM23 230V~ +/- 10%, 50/60Hz
Secondary output voltage
D-Sub 15 Jack, filtered: 12,7V=, 2A peak, 1A continuous, lin. regulated
PSM13, PSM23 24V~/50/60Hz, 0,5A, unregulated
Housing: Aluminium- alloy
Protection type: IP 50 / DIN VDE 0470
Dimensions (mm): (LxWxH) 180 x 180 x 100
Colour: silver grey, RAL7001
Operating temperature: -10° up to + 50° C
Humidity: 20 up to 85 %RH
Weight: 3,3 Kg
Scope of Delivery: Shielded Power Cord

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4.2.2 Battery Pack

Input voltage battery charger:


PSB12 115V~ +/- 10%, 50/60 Hz
PSB22 230V~ +/- 10%, 50/60Hz
Secondary output voltage
D-Sub 15 Jack, filtered:
PSB12, PSB22 12V = / 24V~/50 Hz, 6,5 Ah
Effective useable capacity 5,7 Ah
before switching off:
Lifetime: approx. 6 years at 20°C
down to remaining capacity 80%
charging-/ discharging cycles: approx. 600 times
Charging time: 12-15 hours
Housing: aluminium- alloy
Protection type: IP 50 / DIN VDE 0470
Dimensions (mm): (LxWxH) 180 x 180 x 100
Colour: silver grey, RAL7001
Operating temperature: -10° up to + 50° C
Humidity: 20 up to 85 %RH
Weight: 5 Kg
Scope of delivery: battery charger

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4.3 Pan/Tilt unit PT8 / PT5

Connector PT8 5 pin. Plug


Supply: 24V ~ / 50Hz
max. 14 Watt
max. rotation range: 330°
(adjustment of rotation range with
limiters possible)
max. tilt range: +80° up to -90°
rotation speed 6° / sec.
tilting speed: 3° / sec.
Operating temperature: -20° up to + 50° C
Humidity: 20 up to 85 %RH
Weight: 3,6 Kg
max. loading: 12 kg

Connector PT5 5 pin. Plug


Supply: 24V ~ / 50Hz
max. 14 Watt
max. rotation range: 350°
(adjustment of rotation range with
limiters possible)
max. tilt range: +35° up to -90°
rotation speed 6° / sec.
tilting speed: 3° / sec.
Operating temperature: -20° up to + 50° C
Humidity: 20 up to 85 %RH
Weight: 2 Kg
max. loading: 1 kg

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5. Pin assignment of the cables

Power Supply for the Camera 15pin D-SUB ↔ 5pin plug connector
PIN (D-Sub) 5pin plug colour signification current
connector
1.9 1 yellow +12V 750mA=
5.12 2 brown GND DC 750mA=
4.11 4 white 24V AC 300mA~
8.15 5 green 24V AC 300mA~

5-pin receptacle Terminal for Pan/Tilt unit


PIN colour signification current
1 common white 24V AC COM 300mA~
2 right grey 24V AC 150mA~
3 left green 24V AC 150mA~
4 up yellow 24V AC 150mA~
5 down brown 24V AC 150mA~

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