Lee Elliott Dec04. The New TK- WD310E(A). New Generation Wide D DPS Camera. 1/3" digital image device with Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) Innovative 14-bit DSP High-speed, automatic 5-level exposure control for each pixel 0.25lux (F1.2 AGC Ultra (x16)) 480 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Standard exposureInternal Correct
Standard exposureExternal correct
This camera does not replace any of our existing range of cameras.
It is for applications where there is regularly a high dynamic range in the picture such as:-
A) At a railway station where part of the train and platform is covered and the other part is in bright sun light.
B) By an external door way where good vision of both the interior artificial lit area and the exterior sun lit area is required.
C) Where a light source is unavoidably in frame, lighting the immediate area and its surrounding area is much less well lit.
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With Mode “On” the Auto Iris lens is fully opened to aid best focusing. Return to “Off position and depth of field will increase when Iris level is stable.
For DC Auto Iris Lens
Reset to factory Settings
WDR Mode –
Custom = Manual set up, but has been used in casino’s when lighting is difficult and viewing gaming chip colours is causing a problem.
Mode 1 = When the camera is installed outside. Lighting evenly covered. Normal applications (Not what this camera was made for, therefore not used often)
Mode 2 = When the camera is installed for inside applications, and lighting evenly covered. Normal applications (Not what this camera was made for, therefore not used often)
Mode 3 = Inside looking to outside via Door or window, with good lighting on internal side. Camera works very well in this mode, performs better than CCD camera.
Mode 4 = Inside looking to outside via Door or window, with Low lighting (Dark) on internal side. Camera works very well in this mode, performs better than CCD camera.
The slow shutter speed enhances the picture in low light conditions. The normal Wide Dynamic function is therefore disabled.
0dB 10dB 22dB 28dB 34dB 40dB 46dB
High X4 =
As the subject darkens the 22dB to X2 slow speed shutter operate to brighten the picture. If it continues – 28dB and X4 shutter will take over.
X2 X4 X8
“A” is clearly marked on Camera / Carton / + Instructions