WV-CP480, WV-CP484E - Panasonic Video Monitoring Service Manual (repair manual)

Model
WV-CP480 WV-CP484E
Pages
49
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3.63 MB
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PDF
Document
Service Manual
Brand
Device
Video Monitoring / COLOUR CCTV CAMERA
File
wv-cp480-wv-cp484e.pdf
Date

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ORDER NO. AVS0505624C8
Colour CCTV Camera
WV-CP480, WV-CP484E
SPECIFICATIONS
M a t s u s h i t a   E l e c t r i c   I n d u s t r i a l   C o . ,   L t d .
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d i s t r i b u t i o n   i s   a   v i o l a t i o n   o f   l a w .
2 0 0 5
The  Product  with  PbF
Pick-up device:
752 (H) x 582 (V) pixels, interline transfer CCD
Scanning area:
4.8 (H) x 3.6 (V) mm (Equivalent to scanning area of 1/3" pick-up tube)
Scanning:
625 lines/50 fields/25 frames
Horizontal:
15.625 kHz
Vertical:
50 Hz
Synchronization:
Multiplexed vertical drive (VD2), Line-locked, VBS/VS, or Internal
GEN LOCK input
VBS/VS 1.0 V[P-P] composite 75 
/BNC connector
Video output:
1.0 V[P-P] PAL composite 75 
/BNC connector
Resolution:
Horizontal 480 lines (C/L Normal), 540 lines typ., 520 lines min. (C/L High), 570 lines (B/W)
Vertical     400 lines (at centre)
Signal-to-noise ratio:
50 dB (Equivalent to AGC Off, weight On)
Dynamic range:
54 dB typ
Minimum illumination:
0.6 lx {0.06 footcandle} at F1.4 (C/L), 
0.5 lx {0.05 footcandle} at F1.2 (C/L), 
0.08 lx {0.008 footcandle} at F1.4 (B/W), 
0.06 lx {0.006 footcandle} at F1.2 (B/W)
Lens mount:
CS-mount
WV-CP480 (Lens: Option)
WV-CP484E (Lens: Option)
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, 
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER 
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
This symbol warns the user that uninsulated voltage within 
the unit may have sufficient magnitude to cause electric 
shock. Therefore, it is dangerous to make any kind of contact 
with any inside part of this unit.
This symbol alerts the user that important literature concerning 
the operation and maintenance of this has been included.
Therefore,  it  should  be  read  carefully  in  order  to avoid 
any problems.
T
here are special components used in this equipment which are important for safety. These parts are indicated 
by the ”
 
Y
 
” mark on the schematic diagram and the replacement parts list. It is essential that these critical 
parts should be replaced with manufacturer's specified parts to prevent X-radiation, shock, fire, or other hazards.
Do not modify the original design without permission of manufacture.
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
About  Lead  Free  Solder (PbF)
Distribution of PbF PCB:
PCBs (manufactured) using lead free solder (PbF) will have a stamp on the PCB.
Caution:
8
Lead free solder has a higher melting point than standard solder. Typically the melting points is 35 
°
C – 40 
°
C
(95 
°
F – 104 
°
F) higher. Please use a soldering iron with temperature control and adjust it to 360 
°
C – 370 
°
C
(680 
°
F – 698 
°
F). In case of using high temperature soldering iron, please be careful not to heat too long.
8
Lead free solder will tend to splash when heated too high (600 
°
C / 1112 
°
F).
8
Lead free solder (Sn - 3.0Ag – 0.5Cu) or equivalents are recommended on repairing our lead free soldered PCB.
Y
   WARNING
This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the 
general public.
It does not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to 
service a product.
Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians. Any 
attempt to service or repair the product or products dealt with in this service information by anyone else could 
result in serious injury or death.
Major items on menu setup 
Language:
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Russian, or Chinese
Camera ID:
Up to 16 characters
Light control
ALC/ELC
Super Dynamic 3:
ON or OFF
Electronic shutter speed:
1/50 (OFF), 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1 000,1/2 000, 1/4 000, 1/10 000 s 
Gain control:
ON (HIGH), ON (MID), ON (LOW), or OFF
Sensitivity enhancement:
OFF, x2AUTO, x4AUTO, x6AUTO, x10AUTO, x2FIX, x4FIX, x6FIX, x10FIX, x16FIX, x32FIX
White balance:
ATW1, ATW2, or AWC
Motion detection:
MODE1, MODE2, or OFF
Digital noise reduction:
HIGH or LOW
Resolution:
NORMAL or HIGH
Black-and-white mode:
AUTO1, AUTO2, EXT, ON, or OFF
Privacy zone:
ON(1), ON(2), or OFF
Mirror:
ON or OFF
ALC lens drive:
DC or VIDEO
Auto image stabilizer
ON or OFF
Back focus adjustment:
ABF, MANUAL, AUTO/PRESET/FIX
Special:
CHROMA, APERTURE, PEDESTAL adjustable
Ambient Operating Temperature:
–10 °C - +50 °C
Ambient Operating Humidity:
Less than 90 %
Power Source and 
Power Consumption:
WV-CP480: 220 V - 240 V AC 50 Hz, 4.6 W
WV-CP484E: 24 V AC 50 Hz, 4.7 W
WV-CP484E: 12 V DC, 420 mA
Dimensions (without lens):
WV-CP480: 70 mm (W) x 65 mm (H) x 129 mm (D)
WV-CP484E: 67 mm (W) x 65 mm (H) x 100 mm (D)
Weights (without lens):
WV-CP480: 520 
g (Without power cord)
WV-CP484E: 400 
g
Weights and dimensions indicated are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
Operating Instructions ............................................1 pc.
ALC Lens Connector (YWM1943A) ........................1 pc.
AC Power Cord (for WV-CP480) .............................1 pc.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Lenses :
WV-LA2R8C3B, WV-LA4R5C3B, WV-LA9C3B, WV-LZ61/15, WV-LZA61/2S, WV-LZ62/8S, WV-LF4R5C3A,
WV-LF9C3A, WV-LZF61/2
C-mount Adapter : WV-AD20E
CONTENTS
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS  .........................................................1-1
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE.............................................................................................................2-1
WIRING DIAGRAM
WV-CP480 .......................................................................................................................................3-1
WV-CP484E .....................................................................................................................................3-2
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
SENSOR BOARD ............................................................................................................................4-1
MAIN BOARD (1/2) / ABF LIMITER BOARD ...................................................................................4-2
MAIN BOARD (2/2) ..........................................................................................................................4-3
I/F BOARD FOR WV-CP480 ............................................................................................................4-4
I/F BOARD FOR WV-CP484E .........................................................................................................4-5
POWER BOARD FOR WV-CP480 ..................................................................................................4-6
POWER BOARD FOR WV-CP484E ................................................................................................4-7
CONDUCTOR VIEW
SENSOR BOARD / ABF LIMITER BOARD .....................................................................................5-1
MAIN BOARD...................................................................................................................................5-2
I/F BOARD FOR WV-CP480 ............................................................................................................5-3
I/F BOARD FOR WV-CP484E .........................................................................................................5-4
POWER BOARD FOR WV-CP480 ..................................................................................................5-5
POWER BOARD FOR WV-CP484E ................................................................................................5-6
EXPLODED VIEW
(1/6) ..................................................................................................................................................6-1
(2/6) ..................................................................................................................................................6-2
(3/6) ..................................................................................................................................................6-3
(4/6) ..................................................................................................................................................6-4
(5/6) ..................................................................................................................................................6-5
(6/6) ..................................................................................................................................................6-6
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................7-1
1-1
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
q
AC Inlet  (220 V - 240 V AC 50 Hz)
<WV-CP480 only>
Is connected by the supplied power cord.
q
Power Input Terminal (DC 12 V IN, AC 24 V IN, GND)
<WV-CP484E only>
Receives 24 V AC or 12 V DC from the power supply.
w
Gen-lock Input Connector 
(GEN-LOCK)
Receives sync source signal from an external device.
e
Video Output Connector 
(VIDEO OUT)
Supplies the video output to the system devices.
r
Power Indicator (POWER)
Is lit when the power is supplied.
t
Alarm Output Terminal 
(ALARM OUT/GND)
Supplies the alarm output signal to the alarm input con-
nector of an external device when the camera detects
motion. (Open collector output: 16 V DC, 100 mA max).
y
Day/Night Input Terminal (DAY/NIGHT IN/GND)
Is connected to an external sensor to receive day/night
detection signals.
u
Camera Mounting Adapter
Is used to mount the camera onto a bracket.
i
Auto Iris Lens Connector 
Is connected by the auto iris lens connector (4-pin male)
supplied with the camera.
o
Gen-lock Termination Switch 
(HI-Z, G/L 75
)
Is used to terminate the line with a 75 
when the camera
is at the line end.
!0
Set Button ((SET) ABF/MENU)
Adjusts the back focus by pressing this button while dis-
playing camera pictures (ABF: Automatic Back Focus).
Refer to ABOUT SETUP MENUS for setup operations.
!1
Direction Buttons ((LEFT) NEAR, (RIGHT) FAR, (UP),
(DOWN))
In the back-focus adjustment, the LEFT and RIGHT but-
tons are used for manual adjustment. Refer to ABOUT
SETUP MENUS for setup operations.
220-240V ~ 50Hz
GEN-LOCK
VIDEO OUT
POWER
ALARM
DAY/
NIGHT
GND
GND
IN
OUT
POWER
(UP)
(LEFT)
(RIGHT)
(DOWN)
(SET)
NEAR
G /L75
FAR
ABF/MENU
VIDEO OUT
GEN-LOCK
Hi-Z
1  -  2   - AC24V IN
1  -  2   - DC12V IN
GND
<WV-CP480>
<WV-CP484E>
q
e
w
r
t y
u
i
q
e
w
r
t y
u
o
!0 !1
(UP)
(LEFT)
(RIGHT)
(DOWN)
(SET)
FAR
ABF/MENU
Hi-Z
G /L75
NEAR
o
!0 !1
The side panel is provided for the WV-CP480
only.
Slide the panel to the left until it locks.
Protection screw for
transportation
2-1
1. Test Equipment Required
The following Test Equipments are required for Adjust-
ment of the Colour CCTV Camera WV-CP480/WV-
CP484E.
8
Oscilloscope
8
Frequency Counter
8
Vectorscope
8
Underscanned Colour Video Monitor
8
24 V AC/12 V DC Power Supply Unit
8
Personal Computer (IBM PC/AT type or equivalent)
8
Standard Straight RS-232C Cable
8
ALC Lens (WV-LA9C3B or equivalent)
8
Lux Meter
8
Lighting (140 footcandles (1 400 lx), Colour Temperature
3 200°K)
8
Colour Temperature Conversion Filters
Recommended manufacturer and part numbers are
shown in Table 1-1.
Table 1-1
8
Radiation Chart
8
Logarithmic Gray Scale Chart 
(Part Number: YWV2310RB99)
8
Colour Chip Chart (Part Number: YWV2100RB98)
8
White Chart or White Paper
8
Remote  Electric Variable Resistor (E.V.R.) Adjustment Kit
as shown in Fig. 1-1. (Part Number: YWV0EA1174AN) 
Fig. 1-1
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Conversion
KENKO
KODAK
3 200°K 
→ 
5 100°K C12
80B
3 200°K 
→ 
6 500°K C4 and C12
80B and 80C
2. Disassembling Procedure for
Adjustment
8
Referring to Fig. 2-1, remove two screws that secure the
Camera Mounting Adapter and remove the Camera
Mounting Adapter from the Camera.
(WV-CP480)
8
Referring to Fig. 2-2, remove two screws that secure the
Bottom Cover and remove the Buttom Cover.
8
Referring to Fig. 2-3, remove two screws that secure the
Upper Cover and remove the Upper Cover.
Remove two screws.
Camera Mounting
Adapter
Camera Mounting
Adapter
Camera
Remove two
 screws.
Camera
Fig. 2-1
(WV-CP480)
(WV-CP484E)
Fig. 2-2
Bottom Cover
Remove two screws.
Fig. 2-3
Remove two screws.
Upper Cover
2-2
8
Reconnect the connector CN2 on the I/F Board between
the Wire Ass'y of the Main Chassis for Adjustment.
(WV-CP484E)
8
Referring to Fig. 2-7, remove two screws that secure the
Rear Escutcheon.
8
Turn the Rear Escutcheon in the direction of the arrow
and remove the Rear Escutcheon from the Front Unit.
8
Referring to Fig. 2-8, disconnect the connector CN1 on
the Power Board and remove the Wire Ass'y.
8
Referring to Fig. 2-9, remove two screws that secure the
Rear Escutcheon.
8
Remove three screws that secure the I/F Board and
remove the I/F Board from the Rear Escutcheon.
8
Disconnect the connector CN1 on the I/F Board and
remove the Flexible Flat Cable.
Fig. 2-7
Remove two screws.
Rear Escutcheon
Front Unit
Wire Ass’y
CN1
Front Unit
Power Board
8
Referring to Fig. 2-4, remove the Rear Escutcheon and
remove one screw that secure the Rear Panel, the Rear
Panel while Releasing the four hooks of the Rear
Escutcheon.
8
Referring to Fig. 2-5, disconnect the connector CN1 on
the I/F Board and remove the Flexible Flat Cable.
8
Remove two screws that secure the Front Unit and
remove the Front Unit from the Main Chassis.
8
Referring to Fig. 2-6, disconnect the connector CN2 on
the I/F Board and remove the Wire Ass'y.
8
Remove three screws that secure the I/F Board and
remove the I/F Board from the Main Chassis.
Main Chassis
Remove one screw.
Rear Panel
Hooks
Rear
Escutcheon
Fig. 2-4
Fig. 2-8
Fig. 2-5
CN1
Main Chassis
I/F Board
Flexible 
Flat Cable
Front Unit
Remove 
two screws.
Fig. 2-6
I/F Board
Wire Ass’y
CN2
Main Chassis
Remove three screws.
I/F Board
Flexible 
Flat Cable
CN1
Remove three screws.
Remove 
two screws.
Rear Escutcheon
Wire Ass’y
(Rear Panel)
Fig. 2-9
2-3
8
Referring to Fig. 2-10, remove two screws that secure the
Power Board and remove the Power Board  from the
Front Unit.
8
Reconnect the connector CN1 on the Power Board
between the Wire Ass'y of the I/F Board for adjustment.
(WV-CP480, WV-CP484E)
8
Referring to Fig. 2-11, remove two screws that secure the
Front Heat Sink and remove the Front Heat Sink from the
Front Unit.
8
Remove three screws that secure the Main Board and
remove the Main Board from the Front Heat Sink.
8
Disconnect the connector CN600, CN601 and CN801 on
the Main Board and remove the Wire Ass'ys.
8
Disconnect the connector CN500 on the Main Board and
remove the Flexible Flat Cable.
Power Board
Front Unit
Remove
two screws.
(Adiabator Spacer)
Fig. 2-10
Remove two
screws.
Remove three
screws.
(Cushion)
Front Unit
Flexible Flat
Cable
Front Heat
Sink
Wire Ass’y
Main Board
Fig. 2-11
8
Reconnect the connectors CN600, CN601 and CN801 on
the Main Board between the Wire Ass'ys of the Front
Unit.
8
Reconnect the connector CN500 on the Main Board
between the Flexible Flat Cable of the Front Unit.
8
Reconnect the connector CN1 on the I/F Board between
the Flexible Flat Cable of Main Board.
3. CCD Ass'y Replacement
Procedure
(Disassembling Procedure
for ABF Unit)
8
Remove the Front Unit from the Camera while referring to
the item 2. Disassemblly Procedure for Adjustment.
8
Referring to Fig. 3-1, remove two screws that secure the
ABF Unit and remove the ABF Unit from the Front
Escutcheon.
8
Referring to Fig. 3-2, remove five screws that secure the
ABF Unit and peel off Cloth Tape.
8
Pull out the ABF Chassis Ass'y in the direction of the
arrow and remove the ABF Chassis Ass'y from the ABF
Frame.
Main Board
CN601
CN500
Wire Ass’y
Wire Ass’y
Front Unit
Wire Ass’y
Flexible
Flat Cable
CN801
CN600
Fig. 3-1
Front Escutcheon
Remove two screws.
ABF Unit
Fig. 3-2
Remove
five
screws.
ABF Unit
Cloth Tape
ABF Chassis
            Ass’y
ABF Frame
2-4
4. Connection and Setting Up for
Adjustment
4.1. Connection
8
The Fig. 4-1-1 shows the connecting diagram for the
Adjustment Procedure.
8
Connect the Underscanned Colour Video Monitor to the
VIDEO OUT Connector of the Remote E.V.R. Adjustment
Kit through the Vectorscope by using the coaxial cables.
8
Connect the Video Output Connector of the WV-
CP480/WV-CP484E to the CAMERA IN Connector of the
Remote E.V.R. Adjustment Kit by using coaxial cable.
8
Terminate the input terminal of the Underscanned Colour
Video monitor with 75 
.
8
Connect the 24 V AC or 12 V DC Power Supply Unit to
the Power Input Terminal of the WV-CP484E.
8
Connect the 12 V DC Power Supply Unit to the E.V.R.
Adjustment Kit.
8
Connect the Remote E.V.R. Adjustment Kit to the
Personel Computer (IBM PC/AT type) by using the
Standard Straight RS-232C cable.
8
Connect the probe of the Oscilloscope or Frequency
Counter at the desired Test point in each adjustment
step.
Fig. 4-1-1
Test Chart
Floppy 
Disk
Underscanned
Colour
Video Monitor
Remote E.V.R.
Adjustment
Kit
Standard
Straight
RS-232C
Cable
RS232C
DC12V
IN
Personal 
Computer
75 
WV-CP480
WV-CP484E
Vectorscope
(For WV-CP484E)
220 V - 240 V AC
(For WV-CP480)
CAMERA
IN
VIDEO
OUT
Video Output
Connector
AC Inlet (WV-CP480)
Power Input Terminal
(WV-CP484E)
24 V AC or 12 V DC
Power Supply Unit
12 V DC
Power Supply Unit
8
Referring to Fig. 3-3, remove two screws that secure the
CCD Ass'y (IC102) and remove the CCD Ass'y (IC102)
from the ABF Chassis Ass'y.
Fig. 3-3
ABF Chassis Ass’y
CCD Ass’y
(IC102)
ABF Motor Ass’y
Remove two screws.
2-5
REMOTE
OPERATE
PROG
ALARM
RESET
NORMAL
SYSTEM
ALARM OFF
EVR
Left
Switch
Right
Switch
Mode Selection
Switch
Program
Switch
Up
Switch
Down
Switch
Set
Switch
IN
OUT
STD. CAMERA
VP CAMERA
VIDEO
CAMERA
DC12V IN
RS232C
VP/STD Camera Selection Switch
RS232C Connector
4.2. Setting Up for Remote E.V.R. 
Adjustment Kit
(1) Remote E.V.R. Adjustment Kit
Fig. 4-2-1
(2) Switch Setting  
8
Remove the Upper Cover.
8
Set the switch SW3 on the Board to the position as
shown in Fig. 4-2-2.
Fig. 4-2-2
8
Set the VP/STD.Camera Selection Switch on the Rear
Panel to STD CAMERA position. 
<Rear>
<F
ront>
Board
SW3
ON
<SW3>
<SW3>
1 2 3 4
Select switch #2 to ON (PAL) position.
#
ON
OFF
1
FIX
2
NTSC
PAL
3
FIX
4
FIX
(3) Menu Setting
8
Set the Mode Selection Switch on the Front Panel to the
"ALARM OFF" (center) position.
8
Keep pressing the Program Switch for 3 seconds or more
until "Program Menu" is displayed on the monitor screen.
8
Move the cursor to the "Controller Set Up" position by
pressing the Up and Down Switch.
8
Display the "Controller Set Up Menu" on the monitor by
pressing the Set Switch.
8
Move the cursor to the "Set Up Disable" position by press-
ing the Up and Down Switch.
8
Change "Disable" to "Enable" by pressing the Set Switch.
8
After completing the above setting, move the cursor to the
Communication position by pressing the Up and Down
Switch.
8
Display the "Communication Menu" on the monitor by
pressing the Set Switch .
8
After confirming the Baud Rate is 9600, finish this menu
by pressing the Program Switch twice.
(4) Installing E.V.R Adjustment Program
8
Make a copy of following necessory files to your computer
from original floppy disk.
RADJ2.EXE
CP480E.SEQ
CP48EABF.SEQ
CP480E.EV2
The Example given here is for A 2 drive computer, your
procedure might vary slightly depending on the drive con-
figuration.
8
Confirm that the contents of CONFIG.SYS file on your
computer is DEVICE=ANSI.SYS (Basic).
8
Insert floppy disk containing the E.V.R. Adjustment
Program into your floppy drive (for example,drive:A) and
type A:
8
At the prompt, type CD IBMPC and press ENTER key.
8
Type COPY RADJ2.EXE B: and press ENTER key.
8
Type CD\ and press ENTER key.
8
Type CD SEQ and press ENTER key.
8
Type COPY CP480E.SEQ B: and press ENTER key.
8
Type COPY CP48EABF.SEQ B: and press ENTER key.
8
Type CD\ and press ENTER key.
8
Type CD EVR and press ENTER key.
8
Type COPY CP480E.EV2 B: and press ENTER key.
8
After completing installation of program, you are ready to
use the E.V.R. Adjustment Program.
4.3. Setting Up
8
An initial setting of the Switch on the Left side Panel of the
WV-CP480 or on the Rear Panel of the WV-CP484E as
follows:
Gen-Lock Termination Switch
(Hi-Z, G/L 75
) ....................................................G/L 75
8
The adjustments should be done with this initial setting,
unless otherwise specified.
8
The adjustments should be done after 10 minutes warm
up.

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