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Vaddio's RoboSHOT 12 QCCU System is a professional quality PTZ camera with fine detail and quality color reproduction packaged with a Quick-Connect Universal CCU unit. It's suitable for small to medium-sized rooms, houses of worship, medium auditorium A/V systems, small to medium distance learning classrooms, live event theaters, and lecture theaters with lecture capture. The key features of the camera are Tri-Synchronous Motion; Range-Set for setting optical limits; and the combination of an advanced image sensor, lens, and ISP (image signal processor)
Paired with the camera is the Quick-Connect Universal CCU, which uses the Vaddio EZCamera Cat-5 Cable System to transport HSDS (differential video), power, and control to and from the camera over standard Cat-5 cabling up to 500' (152.4m) in length with virtually no latency or loss in video quality.
The Tri-Synchronous Motion
algorithm in the RoboSHOT cameras is capable of moving all three
(pan, tilt, and zoom) axes simultaneously. The algorithm calculates the
position and velocity of the smooth, direct-drive motor movements
between the presets so pan, tilt, and zoom arrive at the preset subject
The camera incorporates an Exmor 1/2.8", 2.34 Megapixel, Full HD (1080p/60) high-speed,
low noise CMOS image sensor combined with a new ISP, produces vivid, realistic, and accurate color with fast and sharp automatic focus and auto-iris routines.
The camera uses a single control arm for pan and tilt movements. Both
ends of the cast control arm are anchored with silent and smooth BLDC (brushless DC) direct drive motors. These motors provide ultra-accurate and fast camera positioning and are capable of the slowest of crawls, which are suitable for on-air use.
IR sensors are built into the front of the RoboSHOT to receive IR signals from the IR Remote
Commander supplied with the camera. The IR sensors sit behind the Makrolon IR Window on the front of the base.
Ethernet port and a built-in web server, which allows the user to control the
camera functions on an internal web page with a browser from anywhere in the world, or in the same room, over your IP network. Telnet, IR Remote and RS-232 control for the camera are available to satisfy almost any system control requirements.
The multi-colored LED indicates the use states of the camera:
Purple LED is for Boot-up and Standby modes.
Blue LED is for normal operation and is a power on, ready condition.
The blue LED will blink when the camera receives a valid IR command.
Solid red LED is to indicate a tally function illuminating when the camera is on-air.
Blinking red LED indicates a fault condition.
Yellow LED illuminates during a firmware update.
The Universal CCU will automatically sense the connected camera and initialize the firmware for that camera.
The Universal CCU has simultaneously active HD-SDI, HDMI and HD Analog component (YPbPr) outputs.
Resolution throughput from the camera ranges up to and including 1080p/60 on all outputs.
The back-lit blue LED screen displays up to eight (8) parameters at a time and the camera's model number so the interrelationship of the controls can easily and quickly be read and understood.
Front Panel Controls (Left to right):
5-Line Blue Back-lit LED: Displays up to 8 parameters at a time so the interrelationship of the controls can easily and quickly be read and understood.
Tally Light: A contact closure on the back panel lights the blue LED on front panel indicating which Universal CCU and camera combination is the live Program in a multi-camera CCU installation. A tally command will also be sent to the camera via RS-232 to light the LED on cameras with on-board tally lights.
Scenes A, B & C: Three user definable camera scenes (A, B, & C) can be stored into microprocessor memory. When lit (backlit blue button), the scene is activated. To store a scene, the user adjusts the controls and touches and holds the scene button down until the button blinks. To erase a scene press and hold the scene button and the cancel button.
Auto White Balance: The Automatic White Balance controls/adjusts the color levels automatically whenengaged. Take it out of Auto to manually adjust the Red and Blue levels.
OPWB (One Push White Balance): When using OPWB, zoom in on a white subject, at least 60% of the imagemust be white, touch the OPWB button and the coloration of the image will adjust to the white used in this shot.
Red & Blue Gain Controls: The Red and Blue Gain buttons in combination with the encoder adjust the red and blue gain of the signal when Auto White Balance is disengaged.
Chroma: Chroma controls the overall color of the image being captured.
Bright: This is the overall luminance control for the image.
Gamma: Gamma adjusts the overall brightness of an image to compensate for the perception of luminance and chroma.
Detail: The Detail control sharpens or softens objects in the frame. Works well when looking at text.
IRIS - Auto or Manual: The Auto Iris mode automatically adjusts the iris and gain of the camera. To manually adjust the iris or gain, turn off this control. The Manual Iris control allows the user to set the iris manually to one of the several settings available.
Gain: The Gain control boosts the signal level when the iris is open all the way, and there is not enough lightingavailable. To manually adjust the Gain, Auto Iris must be off. Use the Gain last to enhance the image.
Rotary Encoder: Use the encoder to adjust values after the button is selected. This makes for very quick changes.
The Menu Buttons: There are other screens to be accessed other than the camera control screen. Use the SELECT and CANCEL to enter other controls and exit other menus.
Exmor 1/2.8", 2.34 Megapixel, Full HD (1080p/60 native) High-speed, Low Noise CMOS Image Sensor
12X Optical Zoom
HD Resolutions: 1080p/60/59.94/50/30/25, 1080i/60/59.94/50, 720p/60/59.94/50/30/25; 16:9 format
Tri-Synchronous Motion: Concurrent PTZ motor movement and simultaneous PTZ arrival at a stored preset Range-Set: Optical zoom limits on tele end and wide end Advanced ISP: Vivid and accurate color with fast and sharp automatic focus and iris routines