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Instructions MICRO HD CAMERA DZ-VCA3U Model No. Serial No. LYT1053-001B Contents Feature Applications... 3 Precautions on installing medical electrical equipment Thank you for purchasing the (Safety and hazard prevention) ... 3 Safety precautions ... 4 DZ-VCA3U MICRO HD CAMERA. Important product safety instructions ... 5 Precautions... 7 • Compact, lightweight design Safety precautions ... 7 Handling precautions ... 7 Thanks to the incorporation of 1/3-inch CCDs, the camera Inspection and maintenance ... 8 head’s outer dimensions have been reduced to a compact Camera Head Section ... 8 44 (W) ...
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Instructions MICRO HD CAMERA DZ-VCA3U

Model No. Serial No. LYT1053-001B,

Contents Feature

Applications... 3 Precautions on installing medical electrical equipment Thank you for purchasing the (Safety and hazard prevention) ... 3 Safety precautions ... 4 DZ-VCA3U MICRO HD CAMERA. Important product safety instructions ... 5 Precautions... 7 • Compact, lightweight design Safety precautions ... 7 Handling precautions ... 7 Thanks to the incorporation of 1/3-inch CCDs, the camera Inspection and maintenance ... 8 head’s outer dimensions have been reduced to a compact Camera Head Section ... 8 44 (W) x 51.4 (H) x 57.7 (D) mm and its weight to only Phenomena peculiar to CCDs... 8 100g. Connections ... 9 • High resolution Names of parts and their functions ... 10 A total of three VGA 1/3-inch CCDs are used (for each R, G Camera control unit (front panel) ... 10 Camera control unit (rear panel) ... 11 and B). With digital signal processing, this camera is able to Camera head ... 11 produce extremely high horizontal resolution (750 TV lines) Output level control section ... 12 and vertical resolution (700 TV lines). The aspect ratio is White balance control section ... 13 4:3. Mode control section ... 14 • System construction Menu control section ... 14 HDTV studio standard (compliant with ITU-R Rec.BT.709-3) Basic operation ... 17 sync signals are used, allowing recorded picture to be White balance adjustment (auto) ... 17 White balance adjustment (manual) ... 17 played back with high picture quality when an HDTV VCR Operation of Micro HD camera ... 18 such as the W-VHS VCR is used. System operation ... 18 • Automatic sensitivity control Connector ... 19 The automatic sensitivity control combines automatic Specifications ... 20 sensitivity control with ALC and electronic iris (ALC +EEI) Optional Equipments ... 22 to allow trouble-free shooting. Technical and service assistance ... 22 • Electronic shutter function Warranty and after-sales-service ... 23 A built-in 1/10000-sec. electronic shutter function allows Warranty record confirmation and safekeeping ... 23 capture and analysis of fast-moving subjects.

Standard • Color bar generatorA full color bar generator is built in for easy system adjust-

construction ment.• Automatic internal/external sync switching Useful for systematic operations, such as multicamera Please check the following accessories before use. video processing, in combination with other devices. • 2H contour provided as standard Contour compensation is performed both horizontally and vertically to assure sharp, clear pictures. Camera head AC Inlet cable Camera control unit,

Applications

Micro HD camera system can be used for following ATTENTION: application; Endoscope operation in OR. Follow and obey all warnings and instructions marked (This system should only be operated by doctors or on your product and its operating instructions. For your authorized persons.) safety, please read all the safety and operating instruc- Above application, the system can supply HD and SD tions before you operate this product and keep this booklet for future reference. signals to HD/SD monitor for display and to HD/SD VTR for recording/playback. Dear Customer, Thank you for purchasing the MICRO HD CAMERA. Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. Before use, please read the safety information and But improper use can result in potential electrical shock precautions contained in the following pages to ensure or fire hazards. This product has been engineered and safe use of your new MICRO HD CAMERA. manufactured to assure your personal safety. In order not to defeat the built-in safeguards, observe the Importer’s name & address following basic rules for its installation, use and servic- J.P.C.: JVC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS COMPANY ing. 1700 Valley Road, Wayne NJ 07470 TEL: (973) 317-5000 FAX: (973) 317-5030

Precautions on installing medical electrical

equipment (Safety and hazard prevention) For the safe use of this equipment, always follow the guidelines described below. Power connection: Cart information 1. To prevent damage to the product, make sure that it is (1) Cart should meet with UL2601-1. grounded properly and pay attention to its power polariza- (2) Load capacity(Top) tion. • Please chose a video cart which maximum load 2. Overloading capacity is more than 45 kg. Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral (3) Two casters have brakes convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. • When using a mobile cart in OR, the two of the four 3. Power Cord Protection brakes should be set for safety after setting the Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not position of the cart. likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or (4) Important notice 1 against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, • When using mobile video cart in OR, precautions to convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit avoid crossing over the power cord of the cart. from the product. • When using a mobile cart in OR, precaution to avoid power cord of the cart to be caught by foot or caster For the safe use of this equipment, be absolutely sure to follow the guidelines below. of the cart should be taken. 1. Leave installation of the Mobile Video Cart and the unit to (5) Important notice2aspecially trained service persons. • When mounting monitor on a mobile cart, we 2. Be absolutely sure to use the optionally sold AA-V31U strongly recommend the use of monitor strap for isolation transformer. safety. The specifications for the AA-V31U is given on page 22. Monitor Strap 3. There are openings in the equipment. Fire or electric shock may result if liquid splashes inside one of these openings. To prevent any possible problems, please set the cart in a reasonable position and use carefully. An example of using medical video cart. • Do not use mobile cart when crossing a threshold or excessively thick carpet. • Be extra careful when transporting this product with mobile cart. Sudden stops, excessive force, and travelling on uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart to topple.,

Safety precautions Please Read Before Use

WARNING: WARNING: This MICRO HD CAMERA should The use of ACCESSORY be used with a power supply of equipment not complying with AC 120 V , 60 Hz only. the equivalent safety To prevent electric shocks and requirements of this equipment fire hazards, DO NOT use any may lead to a reduced level of other power supply. safety with the resulting system. Consideration relating to the choice of accessories shall include: WARNING: – use of the accessory in the This camera head with camera vicinity of the patient cable and camera control unit are – evidence that the safety of the not sterilized. accessory has been certified in Before using, please conduct the accordance with the sterilization according to page 6. appropriate IEC 60601-1 and/or IEC 60601-1-1 harmonized national standard. WARNING: Use the endoscope in accordance with WARNING: IEC60601-1 and IEC60601-2-18. The Monitor and VCR must be con- nected to the Isolation Transformer which power supply is AC 120 V of a hospital wall outlet. WARNING: To prevent electric shock and fire RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. hazard, DO NOT plug directly into DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET. a hospital wall outlet. WARNING: In order to avoid the risk of fire and shock hazards, please use only the equipment specified in this instruction manual.,

Important product safety instructions INSTALLATION AND DISPOSAL USE

1. Grounding or Polarization 1. Accessories Precautions should be taken so that the grounding or To avoid personal injury: polarization of an appliance is not defeated. • Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. It may fall, causing serious 2. Power Sources injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the Operate your product only from the type of power product. source indicated on the marking label. If you are not • Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table sure of the type of power supply to hospital, consult recommended by the manufacturer or sold with the your product dealer or local power company. If your product. • Use a mounting accessory recommended by the product is intended to operate from battery power, or manufacturer and follow the manufacturer’s instruc- other sources, refer to the operating instructions. tions for any mounting of the product. 3. Overloading • Do not try to roll a cart with small casters across thresholds or deep-pile carpets. Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of 2. Product and Cart Combination PORTABLE CART WARNING(Symbol provided by RETAC) fire or electric shock. A product and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick 4. Power Cord Protection stops, excessive force, and Power supply cords should be routed so that they are uneven surfaces may cause the not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed product and cart combination to upon or against them, paying particular attention to overturn. cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point 3. Water and Moisture where they exit from the product. Do not use this product near water—for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry 5. Ventilation tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for and the like. ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of the product 4. Object and Liquid Entry and to protect it from overheating, these openings must Never push objects of any kind into this product not be blocked or covered. through openings as they may touch dangerous • Do not block the openings by placing the product voltage points or short-out parts that could result in on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface. a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind • Do not place the product in a built-in installation on the product. such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have 5. Attachments been adhered to. Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer of this product as they may cause 6. Storage Location hazards. Do not store this product in a humid location, such as near a window or an air conditioner, nor in a hot loca- 6. Cleaning Unplug this product from the wall outlet before tion, such as near a heater. cleaning. 7. Disposing of the Product Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use Always sterilize this product before disposing of it. (See a damp cloth for cleaning. page 6.) 7. Sterilization When discarding equipment, environmental problems Before using the endoscope, always be sure to must be considered and the local rules or laws govern- sterilize the endoscope adapter mounted HD cam- ing the disposal must be followed strictly. era head with the cable. 8. Heat The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.,

Important product safety instructions (Continued) SERVICING STERILIZATION:

The camera head with camera cable and endoscope 1. Servicing adapter can be sterilized with ethylene oxide (EO). Should the product fail to work normally, do not attempt to fix it yourself. Please rely on a qualified EO gas parameters are as follows. service person. Ethylene oxide gas : 10 % EO and 90% Inert Note: gases. Before returning the camera head, endoscope Temperature : 40 °C to 60° C (104° F to adapter, be sure to sterilize the camera head with 140° F) cable and endoscope. EO gas intensity :600mg/L Sterilization time :2 to 4 hours 2. Damage Requiring Service Desorption :Aeration Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer Aerator :50°C and more than 18 servicing to qualified service personnel under the hours following conditions: (In room temperature it is a. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged. required more than 48 H) b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product. Notes: c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water. • Always follow the recommended procedure from the d. When the product fails to work normally. manufacturer of your EO sterilization system when e. If the product has been dropped or damaged in sterilizing the DZ-VCA3U camera head with cable and any way. adapter. f. When the product exhibits a distinct change in • Never sterilize camera head without connecting endoscope performance—this indicates a need for service. adapter and connector cap. 3. Operational Life of the Product • Deterioration of camera cable Regular maintenance and inspection is essential for Due to ethylene oxide, rubber part of camera cable may ensuring safe and long-lasting operation of this cause deterioration. product. Depending on the frequency of use, however at least once Inspect and maintain the product before and after a year, an expert must check the device. use. Also, please be sure to request a qualified • When connecting the endoscope adapter to the camera service personnel to check the product at least once head, align it to the screw of C mount on the camera head a year. and turn the endoscope adapter clockwise to tighten it. The O ring of the adapter makes the system waterproof. The connecter of the camera cable should be connected with cap. Sterilize the system under the above situation.,

Precautions

Safety precautions If a problem develops concerning the opera- L Do not damage or modify the power cable. Doing so tion of this product while it is being employed could result in current leakage or electric shock. as an endoscopy system during surgery, etc., L To protect the camera and avoid electric shock take the appropriate action as described hazards, always disconnect the power cord of the camera below: control unit from the AC outlet when the camera is not in L Problem with the endoscope use for an extended period. The lamp for the light source may have been L Make sure that no flammable objects, water, or bits of burned out. Please read the operating manual for metal get inside the unit. These could damage the unit or details on replacing the lamp. cause a malfunction. L Problem with the Micro HD Camera L Whenever an anomaly (unusual noise, smell or smoke) If a problem with the operation of the monitor occurs, immediately turn off the main unit’s power, unplug screen develops and the normal screen is no the power cord, and consult your nearest JVC dealer. longer displayed, turn the power off and then turn L Never use digital equipment such as portable telephones the power back on again after 5 seconds later. or video cameras when using this unit as this may causeaLAfter use, immediately remove the camera cable malfunction. from the CCU and connect the cap to the connec- tor. Align the cap to the connector and turn the cap Handling precautions clockwise to connect it firmly. L For extended product life, avoid using and storing the unit in places subject to the following conditions: L Check the following items before using the product. • extreme heat or cold (1) Make sure that the product is grounded properly. • vibrations (2) Make sure that all of the cords are connected properly. • dust or soil (3) When using this product in conjunction with other • high humidity equipment, consult a specialist in order to minimize • strong noise source any risk of misoperation or misdiagnosis. L The environmental temperature under which this unit can (4) Make sure that the product has been sterilized. be operated is limited by the image sensing device. Use L Pay attention to the following while using the product. this unit within an environmental temperature range of (1) Make sure that the patient is not experiencing any from +5°C to +35°C (41°F to 95°F). distress. (2) Make sure that all of the equipment is operating L Avoid strong vibrations or violent shocks to this unit during correctly. installation or transportation. (3) Make sure that the patient does not touch the product. L If the power voltage is too high or too low, the service life L Pay attention to the following after using the product. of this unit may be decreased and optimum performance (1) Following the prescribed procedure, return the product may not be assured. to its original state before it was used, and then turn L Do not plug in or unplug the camera cable connector while the power off. this unit turned on. Doing so could cause a malfunction. (2) When disconnecting the cords, do not pull on the cords L Wipe the cabinet clean with a soft cloth. To remove with undue force. excessive dirt, clean the unit with a soft cloth dipped in a (3) Storage location mild detergent diluted with water. Wring out any excess • Avoid locations where the product may get wet. liquid before wiping. Use a dry cloth to dry the unit. Do not • Avoid locations with extremes in air pressure, tempera- use a volatile liquid such as benzene, thinner or alcohol. ture, or humidity; poor ventilation; exposure to direct These may damage the cabinet surface or the coating. sunlight; high levels of dust; high levels of chlorine or L Be sure to use this unit in combination with the compo- sulfur compounds. nents described in “Micro HD camera system component” • Avoid storing the product on an unstable surface; for on page 9. Do not use this unit near strong radio sources example, one that is on a slope or is exposed to vibra- such as a radio, TV or portable phone, or near devices that tion or physical shocks. produce a strong electromagnetic field such as a trans- • Avoid storing the product in a location that is used to former or motor as this may generate noise in the picture store chemicals or where gases are present. or cause changes in image colour. L Clean the product, its accessories, and the cords so that L Do not bring an electronic scalpel or other sources of they are ready for use the next time that they are needed. electronic noise near this product. Doing so can interfere L If the product malfunctions, do not attempt to repair it with the monitor display. yourself. Place a label on it that clearly indicates that it is When using a wireless microphone and receiver with “out of order” and contact a repair specialist.L this unit, check them beforehand to ensure that noise does L Do not attempt to modify the product. L Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a not enter the wireless receiver. flammable anaesthetic mixture with air or oxygen or nitrous oxide.,

Precautions (Continued)

Inspection and maintenance Phenomena peculiar to CCDs The product and its components must be inspected regularly by a specialist. (The product should be inspected Pale, vertical streaks appear in the picture. once a year). Monitor Camera Head Section screen 1. Leave installation of the product to a specially trained High-intensity subject service personnel. (electric light, lamp, the sunlight, etc.) 2. Connect the optional endoscope adapter DZ-E3U or DZ-E33U to lens mount of camera head. Remove the cap from the lens mount (when cap is con- The following CCD-related phenomena may appear on the nected to the lens mount), align the screws of lens mount view screen during shooting. and endoscope adapter and turn the lens mount clockwise These are caused by the CCD and are not malfunctions. to tighten it. Smear Phenomenon Adapter Occurs when a luminescent subject is captured. Endoscope Line Distortion Striped patterns or lines appear as jagged patterns. White or colored luminescent spot To Camera control unit When this unit is operated for a long time under high temperature, a white or colored luminescent spot may appear on the screen. In this case, it is necessary to lower the environmental operating temperature (refer to page 20 ). Menüposition 3. When the equipment is purchased, it is not yet sterilized. Endoscope adapter, camera head, and cable have to be sterilized at the hospital before use. For the method and condition of sterilization, refer to page 6. 4. The lens of the endoscope adapter may get clouded with moisture due to the difference in the external and internal temperature/humidity. When this happens, sterilize and remove the moisture collected at the lens of the endoscope adapter with a sterile swab.,

Connections L Connection example DT-V1900CG (Optional) Endoscope adapter (Optional) Endoscope

(Commercially available) UNDER PULSE COLOR MUTING DEGAUSS SCAN CROSS OFF SLOT 1 SLOT 2 SLOT 3 POWERABCDEFVOLUME MENU SCREENS ASPECT AREA INPUT SELECTCHECK MARKER Camera head

SR-W7MAU (Optional)

(W-VHS)

Connector Cap Video HD S(Y/C) Out (Y, PB, PR) Out Front

NTSC OUT GENLOCKIN/OUT SXGA OUT HD OUT ~AC IN DV Y GBR Connector

PB

Y/C CAMERA (S)

PR VBS To each

equipment

Isolation transformer AA-V31U (Optional) AC 120V Notes:

• Use the above composition of device or its equivalent. • Do not connect this camera to equipment other than that depicted in these connection diagrams. • When connecting monitors, VTR, etc to the camera control unit, please rely on a qualified serviceman to check that the increased current leakage does not surpass the regulated level, during initial connection. • If the isolation transformer cabinet is corroded, please approach your local authorized dealer to have it replaced.,

Name of parts and their functions

Camera control unit (front panel) OUTPUT LEVEL WHITE BALANCE MENU SETTING 2 POWERAUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL ON OFF CAMERA SETTING ON I ADJUST RED BLUE GAIN SHUTTER ENHANCE FREEZE BAR OFFO34611[POWER] power switch and power indication 4 [WHITE BALANCE] white balance control sec- LED tion When switching power on again after it is just Adjust white balance automatically or manually switched off: Wait for more than 5 seconds before switching it on. 5 Menu control section Display menu to do various settings. 2 [CAMERA] camera cable connector Connect to camera head. 6 Mode control section ON/OFF setting of enhance, freeze, and colour bar. 3 [OUTPUT LEVEL] output level controller section Set output level automatically or manually. Set adjustment combining gain and shutter here., Camera control unit (rear panel) NTSC OUT GENLOCKIN/OUT SXGA OUT HD OUT ~AC IN DV Y

GBR PB

Y/C (S)

PR VBS

345671[AC INPUT] power input connector 5 [GENLOCK IN/OUT] sync signal input/output To input AC120V. Input/output of composite sync signal for external sync. (menu-based switching). 2 Equal-potential connector 6 [SXGA OUT] SXGA output section Output of progressive scan GBR signal. 3 Cover for extension slot SXGA output signal cannot be displayed on the DT- Remove the cover to install an optional device in V1900CG.Use the monitor that is compliant with the this slot. following scanning frequency. Horizontal: 67.4325kHz, vertical: 59.94Hz 4 [NTSC OUTPUT] NTSC output section [HD OUT] video signal output section Output of DV signals, Y/C(S) signals, VBS (compos- 7 ite video signals). Output of HD (Y, PB, PR) video signals (interlace The power supply for IEEE1394 interface is not scan). available from DV connector. When HD video signals are connected to Hi-vision monitor, the screen will have a width/length ratio of 16:9, and the picture will extend sideways. Camera head 1 Lens mount ring Standard C mount is used. Flange back will be 17.526mm in air. 2 Camera cable connector (plug) Connect to camera control unit.,

Names of parts and their functions (continued)

Output level control section OUTPUT LEVEL AUTO MANUAL OUTPUT LEVEL WHITE BALANCE MENU SETTING

POWER

AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL ON OFF CAMERA SETTING

ADJUST

GAIN SHUTTER ON IADJUST RED BLUE 2 GAIN SHUTTER ENHANCE FREEZE BAR OFFO341GAIN switch 4 SHUTTER UP/SHUTTER DOWN button [AUTO] Using the [SHUTTER UP] / [SHUTTER DOWN] button, the Adjusts gain automatically. following setting is possible: 1/60, 1/100, 1/175, 1/250, 1/375, In this mode, the [GAIN UP]/[GAIN DOWN] button 3 and 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10000. [SHUTTER UP]/[SHUTTER DOWN] button 4 operations are Enabled only when [GAIN] switch 1 is set to [MANUAL]. disabled. • When looking at the picture on the monitor while the [MANUAL] electronic shutter is being used, the object movement Set to this position when adjust the [GAIN] and [SHUTTER] appears to be discontinuous. manually. For example: in shutter speed of 1/2000 sec. Since the image for 1/2000 sec is taken out every 1/60 sec, this 2 phenomenon occurs.ADJUST volume Set the brightness during auto sensitivity adjustment. • When high-speed shutter is used, light may not be suffi- Enabled only when [GAIN] switch 1 is set to [AUTO]. cient. 3 GAIN UP/GAIN DOWN button [GAIN UP] Each time this button is pressed, the gain increases by 1 dB. [GAIN DOWN] Each time this button is pressed, the gain decreases by 1 dB. Enabled only when [GAIN] switch 1 is set to [MANUAL]. Setting from -3dB to +24dB is possible.,

White balance control section

WHITE BALANCE AUTO MANUAL OUTPUT LEVEL WHITE BALANCE MENU SETTING

SETTING POWER

AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL ON OFF CAMERA 6SETTING ON I ADJUST RED BLUE GAIN SHUTTER RED BLUEENHANCE FREEZE BAR OFFO5WHITE BALANCE switch 6 SETTING button 7 R/B button [AUTO]

When set to this position, the camera is automatically set to a

pre-adjusted white balance.

To automatically readjust the while balance, use [SETTING]

button 6 . [MANUAL]

When adjusting the white balance manually, set to this

position. Adjustment is done through R/B volume 7 .,

Names of parts and their functions (continued) Mode control section

OUTPUT LEVEL ENHANCE FREEZE BARWHITE BALANCE MENU SETTING

POWER

AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL ON OFF CAMERA SETTING ON I ADJUST RED BLUE GAIN SHUTTER ENHANCE FREEZE BAR OFFO8910 8 ENHANCE button To set enhance. 10 BAR button By pressing this button, LED will light up, and the enhance By pressing this button, LED will light up, and Full Color Bar will be functional. Press it again, then LED will light off and the will be displayed. Press it again, then LED will disappear, and emphasis will disappear. camera signal restored. 9 FREEZE button By pressing this button, LED will light up, and frame Still mode engaged. Press it again, then LED and FREEZE mode will disappear.

Menu control section

MENU SETTING OUTPUT LEVEL WHITE BALANCE MENU SETTING 11

POWER

AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL ON OFF ON OFF CAMERA SETTING ON I ADJUST RED BLUE GAIN SHUTTER ENHANCE FREEZE BAR OFF O 11 MENU switch 12 CURSOR button [ON] When the mark (•) appears on the left of the menu item, The menu is displayed on the screen. it indicates that the item is selected. Selection of menu item is done with the CURSOR button 12 . When the up arrow ( ) or down arrow ( ) appears on the left of the menu item, it indicates that the item can be selected [OFF] with [UP]/{DOWN] CURSOR button. The menu is not displayed. When the right arrow ( ) or left arrow ( ) appears on the right of the menu item, it indicates that the item can be selected with [LEFT]/[RIGHT] CURSOR button 12 ., L MENU [INDICATION1] menu Set the display on the top left of HD OUT and SXGA OUT screen.INDICATION1ID/ CODESelection items and functions are as follows: INDICATION2GAIN& SHUTINDICATION3OFFID/ CODESelection items FunctionsDATE& TIMESYNCID/CODE Displays the content set under ID/CODE menu. GAIN&SHUT Displays the gain value and shutter value. OFF No display [INDICATION2] menu Set the display on the top right of HD OUT and SXGA OUT screen. Selection items and functions are as follows: Selection item Function DATE&TIME Displays date and time. TIME Displays only time. OFF No display [INDICATION3] menu Set the display on the bottom right of NTSC OUT screen. Selection items and functions are as follows: Selection item Function DATE&TIME Displays date and time. TIME Displays only time. OFF No display TIME&ID/CODE Displays the content set in time and under ID/CODE menu. DATE&TIME&ID/CODE Displays the content set in date and time and under ID/CODE menu.,

Names of parts and their functions (continued)

[ID/CODE] menu Edit ID/CODE that can be displayed on the screen. • Select from INDICATION 1, 3 menu to see if it can be displayed. • Message is up to 22 alphanumeric characters. • Characters that can be used: A-Z, 0-9, ., :, -, /, and space. [DATE&TIME] menu To change date and time setting, and date display format. [DATE] sub-menu Use the [LEFT]/[RIGHT] button to select the part of the date to be changed (the numbers will blink), and use the [UP]/[DOWN] button to set the new value. [TIME] sub-menu Use the [LEFT]/[RIGHT] button to select the part of the time to be changed (the numbers will blink), and use the [UP]/[DOWN] button to set the new value. [DATE FORM] sub-menu Use the [LEFT]/[RIGHT] button to select one of the following three formats: year, month, day/day, month, year/month, day, year The month of day, month, year/ month, day, year of HD OUT and SXGA OUT will be displayed in English short form. [SYNC] menu Switching between sending GENLOCK basic signal, or input basic signal from other device.,

Basic operation

White balance adjustment a AUTO While watching the monitor, shoot a white object with full screen under the same lighting condition as actual shooting. SETTING button Set the WHITE BALANCE switch to [AUTO]. When you press and hold [SETTING] button, [AUTO WHITE] WHITE BALANCE will blink at the upper left corner of the screen. WHITE BALANCE When white balance adjustment is complete, the indication AUTO MANUAL switch changes to [AUTO WHITE OK].

SETTING

If the indication at the upper left corner of the monitor screen RED BLUE does not changes to [AUTO WHITE OK], it means white balance adjustment has not been completed. Check the following items, and retry auto white balance adjustment. 1. Is lighting sufficient? (Adjust the lighting.) Or is lighting too bright ? 2. Did you shoot a coloured object? (Shoot a white object.) a MANUAL Connect a measuring instrument such as a waveform monitor to the HD output jack, and adjust the white balance while WHITE BALANCE switch watching the waveform. First, set the WHITE BALANCE switch to [MANUAL]. WHITE BALANCE Adjust PB and PR output amplitudes to the minimum with [R]/ [B] volume controls. AUTO MANUAL Adjust PR with [R] volume control, and PB with [B] volume SETTING control. If measuring instrument is not available, adjust the picture on RED BLUE the monitor screen until it turns white. In this case, high- precision white balance cannot be obtained. R/B volume control,

Basic operation (Continued) Operation of Micro HD camera Check system operation according to the following

Connector Cap procedures. Mark (Red) Connector 1. Insert the camera connector while aligning it to the red Camera head mark as shown on the left figure. When cap is connected to the camera connector: Turn the cap counterclockwise to remove it. 2. Connect the endoscope adapter to the C mount of camera

CAMERA

head. 3. When operating this system, set the switches on the CCU OUTPUT LEVEL WHITE BALANCE MENU SETTING panel as follows:

POWER

AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL ON OFF CAMERA SETTING ON I 1) OUTPUT LEVEL : [AUTO] ADJUST RED BLUE GAIN SHUTTER ENHANCE FREEZE BAR OFF O 2) WHITE BALANCE : [AUTO] CCU 3) MENU SETTING : [OFF] Camera control unit 4. Switch on DZ-VCA3U power. DZ-VCA3U 5. Adjust the white balance.

System operation Check system operation according to the following

SR-W7MAU (W-VHS) procedures. (Optional) 1. Insert the camera connector while aligning it to the red mark as shown on the left figure. When cap is connected to the camera connector: Turn the cap counterclockwise to remove it. 2. When the camera is used as a system, connect the power plugs of the camera and other equipments to the isolation transformer AA-V31U. UNDER PULSE COLOR MUTING DEGAUSS SCAN CROSS OFF SLOT 1 SLOT 2 SLOT 3 POWER 3. Switch on isolation transformer AA-V31U power switch. ABCDEFVOLUME MENU SCREENS ASPECT AREA INPUT SELECTCHECK MARKER 4. Switch on DZ-VCA3U power. DT-V1900CG 5. Switch on W-VHS power. (Optional) Insert W-VHS tape, and make sure that it can record. 6. Switch on the power of monitor. Check that picture taken by camera can be displayed on the monitor. 7. Operate each device according to its operating procedure. Note :Consult JVC service personnel or authorized dealer when connecting the system for the first time. Do not disconnect, or modify the connection by Isolation transformer AA-V31U AC 120V (Optional) yourself.,

Connector

a Camera cable connector input/output terminals (CCU side) 1. Sync signal output 2. Sync signal output 3. Shutter speed control signal 4. Shutter speed control signal 12 1 11 2 13 5. Shutter speed control signal 10 15 14 3 18 17 4 6. Control signal input985767. DC 15V output 8. DC 5V output 9. GND 10.–7.5V output 11.B signal input 12.GND 13.G signal input 14.GND 15.R signal input 16.GND 17.Basic clock input 18.GND 19.NC

Symbols indicated on this equipment

have the following meanings Attention, consult ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS Equipotentiality Alternating current Protective earth (ground) Off (power: disconnection from the mains) Earth (ground) On (power: connection to the mains) Video output TYPE OF APPLIED CF EQUIPMENT,

Specifications

Design and specifications subject to change without notice. MICRO HD CAMERA DZ-VCA3U Camera head section L Image sensing device : 1/3-inch PS-CCD (350,000 pixels) L Shooting system : 3-CCD system L Color separation optical system : 1/3-inch F1.4 3-color separation prism L Number of effective pixels : 659 (horizontal) x 494 (vertical), 330,000 pixels approximately L Camera output : 19 pins L Lens mount : Standard C mount ( flange back: 17.526 mm in air) L Dimensions : Camera head; 44 (W) x 51.4 (H) x 57.7 (D) mm (1-6/8” x 2-1/16” x 2-2/8”) (not including protrusion and camera cable etc) L Weight : Camera head; 100 g (0.22 lbs.) L Classification : Type CF applied part Camera control unit section L Number of scanning lines : 1125 (980 effective) L Scanning system : 2:1 interlace (HD output, NTSC output) Progressive (SXGA output) L Scanning frequency : HD OUT 33.71625kHz (horizontal), 59.94 Hz (vertical) SXGA OUT 67.4325kHz(horizontal), 59.94 Hz (vertical) NTSC OUT 15.73425kHz(horizontal), 59.94 Hz (vertical) L Aspect ratio : 4:3 L Horizontal resolution (center) : 750 TV lines TYP. (HD Y output, SXGA output) L Vertical resolution (center) : 700 TV lines TYP. (HD Y output, SXGA output) L S/N : 52dB L Sensitivity : F6.8, 2000 lx L Minimum subject illuminance : 5 lx L Sync system : Internal sync/external sync L External sync signal input : Composite sync signal of ±0.3 Vp-p, 75 ohms, BNCx1(ITU-R Rec.BT.709-3 HDTV standard compliant) L Color bar : Full color bar L Contour correction : Horizontal dual-edged (7-step variable) Vertical dual-edged (7-step variable) L Electronic shutter speed : 1/60 s (normal), 1/100 s, 1/175 s, 1/250 s, 1/375 s, 1/500 s, 1/1000 s, 1/2000 s,1/4000s, 1/10000s L Video output • SXGA signal : R/G/B 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms HD/VD TTL D-Sub mini 15 pin • HD signal : Y 1 Vp-p Pb/Pr 0.7 Vp-p 75 ohms BNCx3• NTSC signal : VBS 1 Vp-p 75 ohms BNC Y/C 1 Vp-p 75 ohms S terminal • DV signal : IEEE1394 6 pins L Camera input : 19 pins L Date indication : Menu system 1) Year, month, day 2) Day, month, year 3) Month, day, year L Time indication : Menu system, hour : minute: second L Rating : 120V AC 60Hz, 0.7A L Classification of insulation : ClassILOperating environment : +5°C to +35°C (41°F to 95°F), 35 – 75% L Storage environment : -20°C to +50°C (-4°F to 102°F), 35 – 80% L Dimensions : 280 (W) x 140 (H) x 300 (D) mm (11-3/16” x 5-9/16” x 11-13/16”) (excluding the protrusion and switches etc) L Weight : 5.5 kg (12.1 lbs.) L Accessories : Power cordx1Instruction manualx1Warranty card x 1,

L Outer dimensions Camera head

(Top) 57.2 1.5 43 12.7 57.7 (Front) (Side) (Rear) (Bottom)

Camera control unit

280 300 OUTPUT LEVEL WHITE BALANCE MENU SETTING

POWER

AUTO MANUAL AUTO MANUAL ON OFF CAMERA SETTING ON I ADJUST RED BLUE GAIN SHUTTER ENHANCE FREEZE BAR OFF O (Front) (Side) NTSC OUT GENLOCKIN/OUT SXGA OUT HD OUT ~AC IN DV Y

GBR PB

Y/C (S)

PR VBS

(Rear) 21 27.4 51.4,

Optional Equipments

Isolation transformer AA-V31U TECHNICAL AND SERVICE ASSISTANCE L Input : 120 V AC 3.1 A 60 Hz JVC offers technical and customer service assistance. L Output : 120 V AC 3.0 A 60 Hz Please contact us at the following address. L Weight : 6.7kg L Accessories : Plug retainer bracketx3Torx head screwx8Importer’s name & address Cover platex3J.P.C.: JVC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS COMPANY Flat washerx31700 Valley Road, Wayne NJ 07470 Split locking washerx3TEL: (973) 317-5000 HD monitor DT-V1900CG FAX: (973) 317-5030 L Power requirements : 120 V AC 60 Hz L Power consumption : 1.6ALDimensions : 476 mm (W) x 407.5 mm (H) x 529 mm (D) L Weight : 31.6 kg W-VHS VCR SR-W7MAU L Power requirements : 120 V AC 60 Hz L Power consumption : 43W L Dimensions : 476 mm (W) x 148 mm (H) x 366 mm (D) L Weight: : 10 kg Endoscope Adapter DZ-E3U • Focal length : 24 mm • Camera Mount : C-Mount • Sterilization : Applicable for EO • Weight : 51g (1.8 oz) Zoom endoscope adapter DZ-E33U • Focal length : 13mm to 26mm • Camera Mount : C-Mount • Sterilization : Applicable for EO • Weight : 102g (3.6 oz),

Warranty and after-sales-service

Warranty record confirmation and safekeeping This product is sold with a warranty card attached. L Escape clause Warranty card has been delivered to sales dealer of this 1. Using this product for medical treatment is the decision product. Please check your particulars and the record after and responsibility of medical doctors. Our company is not filling, and keep it properly. responsible for treatment result using this product. 2. Our company is not responsible for any damage to this L Warranty period: product due to removal, servicing, inspection, and modifi- Warranty period is one year from the date of purchase. cation unless it is handled by our company or authorized Thereafter, service will be chargeable. dealer. Servicing will be done by sales dealer based on record 3. During delivery or redelivery of this product, the responsi- written in warranty card. bility to sterilize it belongs to the doctor or the hospital. Our However, compensation other than service guarantee will company is not responsible if this product becomes a not be entertained. medium in transmitting bacteria to doctors, technicians, Business opportunity loss due to damage will not be nurses, patients, etc. entertained. 4. Our company is not responsible for the use of this product, For further details, please refer to warranty card. and the performance of this product when, during its use, L Servicing after expiry of warranty period: natural disaster such as earthquake, fire, or electric power Please consult sales dealer for servicing after expiry of shutdown occurs. Concerning backup and others, they are warranty period. solely the responsibility of the doctors or the hospital. In the case of maintaining function through service, 5. Our company is not responsible for the result of using this servicing will be performed according to the wish of product if the warnings and operating methods printed in customer and it will be chargeable. this Instruction Manual are not followed. L After-sales-service inquiry counter For after-sales-service inquiry, consult sales dealer or nearest service counter listed in Service Counter Guides., VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED U Printed in JapanCOPYRIGHT 2002 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD. 0902-MN-SW-SW

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