Toshiba IK-HD2C Camera Control Unit with HD-SDI for IK-HD1H

BH #TOIKHD2C • MFR #IK-HD2C
Toshiba IK-HD2C Camera Control Unit with HD-SDI for IK-HD1H
Key Features
  • For IK-HD1H Remote Camera Head
  • Supports 1920 x 1080i Video
  • 5 User Assignable Scene Files
  • HD-SDI, Component/RGB Outputs
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Providing control and video outputs for the Toshiba IK-HD1H camera, the Toshiba IK-HD2C Camera Control Unit with HD-SDI for IK-HD1H is a small interface box compatible with NTSC frame rates. As most camera controls are accessible from the front of the unit, the CCU is easy to operate via the front panel, or you can use an optional RS-232c remote control connected to the back of the unit. Front panel controls include; power On/Off, AWB and gain switch, buttons for menu selection and a button to change scene files and display modes.
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Toshiba IK-HD2C Overview

Providing control and video outputs for the Toshiba IK-HD1H camera, the Toshiba IK-HD2C Camera Control Unit with HD-SDI for IK-HD1H is a small interface box compatible with NTSC frame rates. As most camera controls are accessible from the front of the unit, the CCU is easy to operate via the front panel, or you can use an optional RS-232c remote control connected to the back of the unit. Front panel controls include; power On/Off, AWB and gain switch, buttons for menu selection and a button to change scene files and display modes.

The rear of the unit provides 59.94i to 60i format selection, as well as a key lock On and Off switch. Also located on the back of the unit are the Ext. Sync in and Sync out ports, a wired remote control terminal and a 12 VDC power input. This CCU only works with the IJ-HD1H remote camera head, which is not included, and requires a compatible camera connecting cable and 12 VDC power supply, both of which must be sourced separately.

On Screen Display, when connected to an optional monitor.
Auto Black Balance.
White Balance: ATW (Auto Tracking), AWB (Automatic), Manual.
Five user programmable user files are available for camera settings.
The CCU provides image processing control of:
      • Gamma correction leve -10 to 10
      • Detail gain -7 to 7
      • Master Pedestal -200 to 200
      • Red pedestal -100 to 100
      • Blue pedestal -100 to 100
      • digital Noise Reduction on/off
You can also use Matrix color correction primary and secondary color hues
Electronic Shutter with auto, manual, and Synchro Scan. Synchro scan allows you to adjust the scan rate to remove roll bar when shooting a monitor.
Automatic / Manual lens shading correction.

Toshiba IK-HD2C Specs

Scanning System2:1 Interlace
Scan Frequencies59.94 Hz
Horizontal: 33.716 kHz
Vertical: 59.94 Hz

60 Hz
Horizontal: 33.75 kHz
Vertical: 60 Hz
Sync SystemInternal / External (auto switching)
Resolution (H x V)800 x 800 TV lines standard
ConnectorsHD-SDI: BNC (x1 Output)
Component/RGB: BNCx3 (x1 Output)
External Sync: BNCx1
Sync Out: BNCx1
Remote Control: 8-pin Mini-DIN, RS-232C
GainAuto / Manual / Off
Output SignalY/Pb/Pr: 0.7 V (p-p) standard
RGB: 0.7 V (p-p) standard
HD-SDI: 0.8 V (p-p) standard (SMPTE 292)
External Sync InputHD SYNC 0.6 V (p-p)
59.94 Hz: Horizontal: 33.716 kHz ±35 ppm, Vertical: 59.94 Hz ±35 ppm

60 Hz: Horizontal: 33.75 kHz ±35 ppm, Vertical: 60 Hz ±35 ppm
Sync Signal OutputSYNC 0.6 V ±0.1 V
59.94 Hz: Horizontal: 33.716 kHz ±35 ppm, Vertical: 59.94 Hz ±35 ppm

60 Hz: Horizontal: 33.75 kHz ±35 ppm, Vertical: 60 Hz ±35 ppm
InterfaceRS-232C
Power Requirements12 VDC ± 10%
Power ConsumptionApprox. 10.3 W (Including camera head, and when the DC Supply is 12 V)
Temperature & HumidityOperating
Temperature: 32 to 104°F / 32 to 40°C
Humidity: < 90% (non condensing)
Dimensions (WxHxD)4.3 x 1.6 x 7.3" / 11 x 4 x 18.6 cm
Weight1.6 lbs / 0.73 kg
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