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CC640

Digital Camera

Operating Manual

Issued 9.1.08

Copyright ©2005 Campbell Scientific (Canada) Corp..

Printed under Licence by Campbell Scientific Ltd.

CSL 573

Guarantee

This equipment is guaranteed against defects in materials and workmanship. This guarantee applies for twelve months from date of delivery. We will repair or replace products which prove to be defective during the guarantee period provided they are returned to us prepaid. The guarantee will not apply to:

Equipment which has been modified or altered in any way without the written permission of Campbell Scientific

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Any product which has been subjected to misuse, neglect, acts of God or damage in transit.

Campbell Scientific will return guaranteed equipment by surface carrier prepaid. Campbell Scientific will not reimburse the claimant for costs incurred in removing and/or reinstalling equipment. This guarantee and the Company’s obligation thereunder is in lieu of all other guarantees, expressed or implied, including those of suitability and fitness for a particular purpose. Campbell Scientific is not liable for consequential damage.

Please inform us before returning equipment and obtain a Repair Reference Number whether the repair is under guarantee or not. Please state the faults as clearly as possible, and if the product is out of the guarantee period it should be accompanied by a purchase order. Quotations for repairs can be given on request.

When returning equipment, the Repair Reference Number must be clearly marked on the outside of the package.

Note that goods sent air freight are subject to Customs clearance fees which Campbell Scientific will charge to customers. In many cases, these charges are greater than the cost of the repair.

Campbell Scientific Ltd,

Campbell Park, 80 Hathern Road,

Shepshed, Loughborough, LE12 9GX, UK

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Contents

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1.

Specifications ..............................................................

1

2.

Introduction..................................................................

2

 

2.1

Connecting................................................................................................

2

 

2.2

Configuring...............................................................................................

3

 

2.3

Operating ..................................................................................................

4

 

2.4

Retrieving Images.....................................................................................

4

 

2.5

Additional Reference Material..................................................................

4

 

2.6

CC640 Quick Check List..........................................................................

4

3.

Camera Hardware Description ...................................

5

 

3.1

Terminal Block Connections ...................................................................

5

 

3.2

Power Switch............................................................................................

6

 

3.3

Snap Button ..............................................................................................

6

 

3.4

Set-upButton............................................................................................

6

 

3.5

Video Output ............................................................................................

6

 

3.6

External I/O Connector.............................................................................

7

 

3.7

LED (Green) .............................................................................................

7

 

3.8

Compact Flash Memory Card...................................................................

8

 

 

3.8.1 Firmware Update From Memory Card ..........................................

8

4.

Communications .........................................................

9

 

4.1

PakBus Communications..........................................................................

9

 

4.2

RS-232Port ..............................................................................................

9

 

4.3

CS I/O Port .............................................................................................

13

 

4.4

RS-485Port ............................................................................................

14

5.

Device Configuration Utility .....................................

14

6.

Operational Description............................................

18

 

6.1

Self Timed Mode ....................................................................................

18

 

6.2

External Trigger Mode .........................................................................

`18

7.

Image Quality.............................................................

19

 

7.1

Lighting conditions.................................................................................

19

 

7.2

Night Time Images .................................................................................

19

 

7.3

Date and Time Stamp .............................................................................

19

 

7.4

JPEG Compression .................................................................................

20

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8. Lens ............................................................................

 

21

8.1

Lenses and Field of View .......................................................................

21

8.2

Focus and Zoom Adjustment..................................................................

22

 

8.2.1 Temperature Variations and Focus..............................................

22

8.3

Lens Filter...............................................................................................

23

9. Maintenance

...............................................................

23

9.1

Lithium Battery.......................................................................................

23

9.2 Lens Cleaning.........................................................................................

24

10. Set-up and Interface .....................................Guide

24

10.1

Trigger ........................................................................................Mode

24

 

10.1.1 ........................................................................

External Trigger

24

 

10.1.2 ...................................................................

Self - Timed Trigger

24

 

10.1.3 ..................

Combination of External and Self - Timed Triggers

24

10.2

Communications...................................................................................

25

 

10.2.1 ........................................................Communications Disabled

25

 

10.2.2 ...........................................................CS I/O Communications

25

 

10.2.3 ..........................................................RS-232Communications

25

 

10.2.4 ..........................................................RS-485Communications

26

 

10.2.5 ....................................................Concurrent Communications

26

11. Power Calculations ...........................and Timings

26

11.1

Standalone ...........................................................................Operation

26

11.2

Operation ..........................................................with Communications

27

12. CR10X Interface ............................................Guide

29

12.1

CR10X ........................................................Datalogger Requirements

29

12.2

CR10X .................................................................Memory Allocation

29

12.3

CR10X .......................................................................PakBus Settings

29

12.4

CR10X ..........................................................................*D15 Settings

30

12.5

CR10X ....................................................................Multiple Cameras

30

12.6

CR10X .............................................................................Connections

30

13. CR1000 Interface ..........................................Guide

30

13.1

CR1000 .......................................................................Memory Set-up

30

13.2

CR1000 .........................................................................Files Manager

31

13.3

CR1000 ........................................................CS I/O Communications

31

13.4

CR1000 ................................................RS-232Port Communications

31

13.5

CR1000 .............................COM Port (control port) Communications

31

14. Remote Image ..........................................Retrieval

32

14.1

LNCMD.EXE.......................................................................................

32

14.2

Using ...............................................................Loggernet File Control

33

14.3

Task Set .................................................................-up /LNCMD.EXE

34

15. Installation................................................................

 

37

15.1

Enclosures.............................................................................................

37

15.2

Mounting ....................................................................................Holes

37

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Appendices

 

A. Camera Enclosures ................................................

A-1

B. Quick Set-upand Test Procedure CC640

 

In Standalone Mode.................................................

B-1

Figures

 

 

1.

CC640 Camera............................................................................................

2

2.

Terminal Block Position and Layout ..........................................................

5

3.

Camera to Datalogger RS-232port (DCE) connection ..............................

9

4.

Using C2006 adapter board to carry RS-232TX and RX on multi-

 

 

conductor cable.........................................................................................

10

5.

RS-232wiring using C2006 boards withmulti-conductorcable..............

11

6.

Connections for Configuration .................................................................

12

7.

Camera connections for CS I/O port operation ........................................

13

8.

Device Configuration Utility Screen ........................................................

15

9.

Illustration of Time Stamp Banner ...........................................................

20

10.

Lens and Filter ........................................................................................

23

11.

Task Set-up .............................................................................................

35

12.

Task using add after to collect images after scheduled call....................

36

13. Mounting Holes ......................................................................................

37

A-1Enc 17/19 Mounting...........................................................................

A-1

A-1aEnc 16/18 Mounting .........................................................................

A-2

A-2CC4718 Enclosure with mounting location of optional Serial

 

 

Interface Board (C2006).....................................................................

A-3

A-3Camera on CC4718 Mounting Plate...................................................

A-4

A-4CC4718 bottom view..........................................................................

A-4

A-5Vertical Pipe Mount ...........................................................................

A-5

A-6Horizontal Pipe Mount .......................................................................

A-5

Tables

1.

Recommended cable colour connections....................................................

3

2.

Explanation of configuration settings.......................................................

16

3.

Standalone operation power usages..........................................................

27

4.

RS-232Port File Transfer Times and power usage per image .................

28

5.

CR10XPB CS I/O File Transfer Times ....................................................

28

6.

CR1000 CS I/O File Transfer Times ........................................................

28

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