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The RoboSHOT 30 QUSB System from Vaddio is a professional quality, black PTZ camera with fine detail and exceptional color reproduction packaged with a Quick-Connect USB control unit. It's suitable for medium to large sized rooms, houses of worship, large auditorium A/V systems, large distance learning classrooms, live event theatres, and large lecture theatres 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).
Pairing the camera with the Quick-Connect USB control unit uses the Vaddio EZCamera Cat5 system to transport HSDS (differential video), power, and control to and from the camera over standard Cat5 cabling up to 100 ft with virtually no latency or loss in video quality. The USB interface provides simultaneous HDMI and HD component output. You can also stream over the USB output using MJPEG or H.264. The interface supports universal USB drivers, so you can connect the device to your computer with confidence that it will work.
The tri-synchronous motion algorithm in the RoboSHOT camera 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. This allows the pan, tilt, and zoom to arrive at the preset subject simultaneously.
The camera incorporates an Exmor 1/2.8", 2.34 MP Full HD high-speed, low-noise CMOS sensor combined with a new ISP, producing vivid, realistic, and accurate color with extremely fast, razor sharp automatic focus and auto iris.
The RoboSHOT cameras use a single control arm for pan and tilt movements. Both ends of the 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 IR window in front of the base.
Ethernet port and a built-in web server allow the user to control the camera functions from anywhere in the world via a browser, 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 status and modes of the camera:
Purple: Boot-up and Standby modes
Blue: Normal operation and Power on/ready condition.(blinks when camera receives a valid IR command)
Solid Red: Indicates a tally function illuminating when the camera is on-air
Blinking Red: Indicates a fault condition
Yellow: Illuminates during a firmware update
Serial RS-232 output on RJ-45 connects via Cat5 to the camera's RS-232 input on the camera. Control signals from the embedded web server are sent via RS-232. RS-232 from external controllers is relayed to the camera over this control port.
With EZ Power Video, the RJ-45 jack is used to supply 24 VDC power to the camera and return differential video from the camera on Cat5 cable, up to a distance of 100'.
Analog component video outputs on a DE-15 (HD15) connector (resolution is set on the back of the camera).The YPbPr output resolution will be the same as the HDMI output resolution. SD video resolutions (Y/C and CVBS formats) are not supported by the Quick-Connect USB Interface. However, some progressive frame rates are supported by the analog component SD video output.
The digital video output on the HDMI connector can either be YCbCr color space (normal HDMI mode) or can be changed to DVI-D color space (sRGB) for older monitors and devices. The HDMI and YPbPr outputs work simultaneously and are the same resolution (set at the camera).
The Ethernet jack streams video up to 1080p30 H.264 and can be set from the internal web pages, much like the HD-USB camera. Resolutions are available in a three-stage quality format (High, Good, and Standard Quality targets) and include a range of CIF to 1080p30.
The USB 2.0 is on a type-B female jack and connects to a PC running a soft-client videoconferencing system or video capture software using UVC (USB Video Class) standard drivers. No other USB 2.0 drivers are required to connect the QC-USB to a computer. The UVC drivers will auto-negotiate the top resolution that the PC and QC-USB can accomplish together, and then proceed to auto-implement.
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 to limit shot badness Advanced ISP: Vivid and accurate color with extremely fast, razor sharp automatic focus and iris routines
USB 2.0 (MJPEG): Resolution up to 720p30 (USB 2.0 MJPEG) H.264 (IP) on Ethernet: Resolution up to 1080p30 (H.264 over IP) Analog Component (YPbPr): Resolution up to 1080p60 HDMI: Resolution up to 1080p60
Power: 5.5 mm OD x 2.5 mm ID coaxial YPbPr: 15-Pin VGA, female HDMI, female RS-232 In: RJ-45 jack RS-232 Out: RJ-45 jack EZ-Power Video: RJ-45 jack (power and differential HD video)
CAT-5 Cable Distance
Max. distance up to 100' / 30.5 m (EZ-Power Video and RS-232)