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10x AF-Zoom IP / HDMI Camera with Tamron MP3010M-EV

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Harrier 10x AF-Zoom IP/HDMI Camera (Tamron MP3010M-EV)

Part Number: AS-CIB-IP-00x-3010-A

  • IP (Ethernet) and HDMI block camera solution based on Tamron MP3010M-EV
  • Low latency H.264 RTP streaming video
  • Lightweight and compact 5 Megapixel camera with 10x zoom
  • High-sensitive 1/2.8-type Sony IMX335 STARVIS CMOS sensor
  • Supports all HD modes up to 1080p60
  • ONVIF Profile S for control of video stream and camera.
  • Direct (VISCA) camera control over RS-485 or IP (Software API).
  • RS-485 serial port for interfacing to other devices (e.g. camera pan & tilt).
  • Built-in website for setup and configuration.
  • Options for wireless IP and PoE support.
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Description

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The lightweight Harrier 10x AF-Zoom IP/HDMI Camera (Tamron MP3010M-EV) measures only 70 x 38.7 x 43mm. It features a 10x optical zoom, a 5 Megapixel Sony STARVIS image sensor and offers Full HD video up to 1080p60. The video outputs are IP (Ethernet) video with low latency H.264 RTP streaming and simultaneous HDMI video.

Benefiting from Tamron’s high quality optical design and low reflection coating technologies, the camera offers color blur reduction, high contrast and many sophisticated camera features.

The IP Ethernet video stream is provided by the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board. The high-performance processor device on the camera interface board supports ONVIF services and a system administration website. This Harrier IP Website can be used to control the camera interface board, camera and the IP video output. Application examples of how to add text/graphical overlays to the live video stream and send VISCA commands to the camera via the ONVIF media service are available in the Harrier IP Example Software.

The Harrier IP Ethernet camera is available in four variants: regular Ethernet (AS-CIB-IP-001-3010-A), wireless version (AS-CIB-IP-002-3010-A), Power over Ethernet (PoE, AS-CIB-IP-003-3010-A) and wireless PoE (AS-CIB-IP-004-3010-A). It can can be easily evaluated using the Evaluation Kit for Harrier IP. Find a tutorial video on “How to set up a Harrier IP camera” under the Video tab.

As latency can be an issue in Ethernet IP imaging systems, Harrier IP camera hardware and firmware has been optimized to reduce latency to a minimum. Read more about how to obtain the lowest latency with your Ethernet IP autofocus-zoom camera and IP interface board system. For more details (and measured latencies for our Harrier IP AF-Zoom modules) please download the Technical Note: Obtaining the lowest latency from your Harrier AF-Zoom IP camera.

Camera Specifications

Image sensor

1/2.8-type Sony IMX335 STARVIS CMOS sensor (progressive scan)

Effective no. of pixels

approx. 5.14M pixels

Pixel output (H x V)

1920 x 1080; 1280 x 720

Video format (HD)

1080p/60, 1080p/59.94, 1080p/50, 1080p/30, 1080p/29.97, 1080p/25,
720p/60, 720p/59.4, 720p/50, 720p/30, 720p/29.97, 720p/25

Minimum illumination

0.1 Lux (1/30sec, F1.8, 50%, Color, Typical)

0.025 Lux (1/30sec, F1.8, 50%, B&W, Typical)

Recommended illumination

100 Lux to 100,000 Lux

S/N ratio

More than 50dB

Gain

Auto / manual

Shutter speed

1/1 to 1/10,000 sec

Sync system

Internal

Exposure compensation

-12dB to +12dB (total 13 steps)

Backlight compensation

ON / OFF

Gamma

4 gamma curves (standard, straight, narrow, wide)

Aperture control

16 steps

White balance

ATW1 (Narrow), ATW2 (Wide), One push, Manual (B, R), Indoor, Outdoor

AE (Auto exposure mode)

Auto, Manual, Priority Mode (shutter / iris)

Lens (wide to tele)

10x optical zoom, f=3.3 ~ 33mm, F1.8 ~ 3.4

Zoom mode

Standard / Variable / Direct

Zoom movement speed (wide to tele)

1.7 sec (focus tracking ON)

Digital zoom

Up to 16x

Focusing system

Auto, Manual, One Push, AF Sensitivity

Horizontal viewing angle (wide to tele)

59.2° (w) ~ 6.7° (t)  (except when EIS is operated)

Minimum object distance (wide to tele)

Visible light: 10mm (wide) ~ 800mm (tele)

850nm: 10mm (wide) ~ 1200mm (tele)

Camera Functions

EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization)

OFF/ON

Wide-dynamic range (Gamma)

OFF/ON

Day/Night (ICR)

OFF/ON/AUTO

Defog

OFF/ON (Level: 1~3)

Noise reduction (3D + 2D)

OFF/ON (Level: 1~5)

Privacy zone mask

Up to 8 places

Slow shutter

OFF/ON (max 1 sec)

Picture effects (black white)

OFF/ON

Picture freeze

OFF/ON

Electronic flip (e-flip)

OFF/ON

Mirror image

OFF/ON

Temperature readout

Available

Title display

OFF/ON (20 characters/line, max. 12 lines)

Specifications - Harrier IP Camera Interface Board

Video input (J8)

The Harrier IP Camera Interface Board is connected to the main camera module by a 100mm KEL cable. The corresponding connector on the camera interface board is the same 30-way miniature connector that carries camera LVDS video signals.

Video resolution/rate

1080p 60fps

Video compression

H.264

SD card (J5/6)

The Harrier IP Camera Interface Board is fitted with a standard micro-SD socket (J5) that can accept cards of up to 512GB. There is also a 12-way 0.5mm pitch FFC connector (J6) to enable connection to external/remote SD card sockets.

Camera control

ONVIF profile S compatible, VISCA (via Ethernet connection and ONVIF DeviceIO service).

Protocol support

ONVIF Profile S, IPv4/v6, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTP, TCP, UDP, RTCP, ICMP, DHCP

Wireless Protocols

802.11 a b g n and ac
Dual 2.4 and 5GHz bands

PELCO/microphone connector (J7)

The Harrier IP Camera Interface Board is fitted with a 10-way 0.8mm pitch connector to enable connection to a PELCO controller and mono microphone.

USB (J3)

The Harrier IP Camera Interface Board is fitted with a 12-way 0.5mm pitch FFC connector (J3) to enable connection to external/remote SD card sockets.

Operation and features - Harrier IP Camera Interface Board

Board Options

A Harrier IP interface solution is usually composed of two boards – a SoC processing board (AS-CIP-IP-SOC-001-A) and an Ethernet connection board (AS-CIP-IP-IFETH-001-A).  These two boards are connected by an FFC cable and can be mounted directly on to a block camera or stacked on top of each other.  The boards are available separately, as a set or mounted on a camera (see product image).

A version of the SoC board that supports wireless connectivity is also available (AS-CIP-IP-SOC-002-A).  There are also two versions of the connection board, the Ethernet connection board (AS-CIP-IP-IFETH-001-A) and a Power over Ethernet enabled version (AS-CIP-IP-IFPOE-001-A). Specifications of the Ethernet or PoE connection board are found in the datasheets available for both boards (see download tab).

Operation

When connected to a suitable power supply the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board will boot and then power-up the camera. Once the camera has initialized it will start transmitting an LVDS  video stream; the camera interface board will compress the video (H.264), convert it to RTP format, and broadcast it from the Ethernet port. Any RTP/ONVIF compatible application (e.g. VLC player or GStreamer) can then receive and display the video. ONVIF services can be used to control the camera and video stream settings.
When the interface board is connected to the network, any ONVIF compatible application, such as the ONVIF Device Manager (https://sourceforge.net/projects/onvifdm/), can be used to discover the IP address of the board/camera and control the camera/video settings.

Setting an IP address

By default, the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board is automatically assigned an IP address using DHCP, but a fixed IP address can be set using the Harrier IP Website or the ONVIF Device Management Service.

When setting fixed IP addresses please ensure that the address is correct and that you make a record of the new address before making the changes as it can be very difficult to locate a device at an unknown/incorrect IP address.

ONVIF and RTSP Services

The Harrier IP Camera Interface Board platform supports an RTSP server for streaming video and the ONVIF profile S standard for camera control. The RTSP/ONVIF servers enables connected host devices to receive and control the H.264 video stream.
ONVIF is a SOAP webservice that standardizes the network interface for network video products. The ONVIF services include the following areas:

  • IP configuration
  • Device discovery
  • Device management
  • H.264 encoder configuration
  • Camera control

For detailed information on these services please see the ONVIF documentation at https://www.onvif.org/profiles/specifications/.

Encoding Interval – Low Latency 1080p30

The Harrier IP camera interface board can be configured to receive a low latency 60Hz video and convert it to a 30Hz video, reducing the latency, network bandwidth and recording space required.

Harrier IP Website

The Harrier IP Camera Interface Board hosts a website which can be used to control the board and camera.
When the board is connected, the website can be accessed by connecting to the IP Address of the camera in a web browser.
For more information please see the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board datasheet (download tab).

Block Camera Control over Ethernet

The camera video mode and H.264 compression parameters can be managed using the ONVIF media service. The ONVIF Imaging service enables any ONVIF-compliant third-party software/application to control the camera settings.

However, most AF-zoom block cameras have many more settings than those available through the ONVIF Imaging service. These additional settings are usually managed using VISCA commands sent over a serial interface. The Harrier IP Camera Interface Board supports direct serial communication with cameras; applications can access this serial interface via the ONVIF DeviceIO service.

RS-485 Interface Control Over Ethernet

The Harrier IP Camera Interface Board supports direct RS-485 serial communication with external devices. Applications can access the serial port via the ONVIF DeviceIO service.
Function GetSerialPorts() is used to query the list of available serial ports. The Harrier IP has two ports.

  • SERIAL_PORT_000: this port is connected to the block camera (VISCA communication).
  • SERIAL_PORT_001: this port is connected to the RS-485 port on connector J7.

Function SendReceiveSerialCommand() is used to send and receive data to the port.
This function allows applications to send, and optionally receive, data to/from RS-485 devices attached to the RS-485 port. Please refer to the ONVIF DeviceIO specification for the complete documentation of this function. For serial port examples, please refer to the Harrier IP Example Software (download tab).

RS-485 VISCA Service for Camera Control

The RS-485 VISCA service enables direct control/VISCA communication with the block camera from an external host attached to the RS-485 port of the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board.

The RS-485 VISCA service runs at start-up; when connected it receives data from the RS-485 port and will forward valid VISCA messages to the block camera (VISCA address 0x81), or to the Harrier IP board (VISCA address 0x82). When running, the RS-485 VISCA service has full ownership of the RS-485 port; this means that other services (e.g. ONVIF DeviceIO calls) cannot use the RS-485 port while the service is active.

Find more information in the datasheet for the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board (download tab).

Video Graphical Overlay Control

The Harrier IP Camera Interface Board is able to superimpose graphics and text on the live video stream. This includes graphics with transparent/alpha blended pixels. The application manages these overlays using an API from the ONVIF Media service. The overlays can be stored in system memory (volatile) or in the flash on the platform (non-volatile). The flash has a high but limited number of guaranteed writes, hence in applications where the overlays are frequently changed it is recommended that the volatile setting be used. The functions CreateOSD() and SetOSD() of the media profile have had an optional boolean element added to select if the OSD should be volatile (saved to memory) or not (saved to flash).

More in the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board datasheet (download tab).

SD Card Interface

The SD card interface supports all standard micro SD cards (up to 512GB) and operates them in SDR25 mode. High data rates that come with UHS II cards are not supported and UHS II cards will operate in UHS I modes (lower data rate). The SD card can be used to store graphical overlays or video from the camera.

Harrier IP Example Software

The Harrier IP Example Software from Active Silicon contains sample application code that shows how to use the ONVIF services for adding text and graphical overlays to the live video stream and sending VISCA commands to the camera to enable full camera control.

Wireless/Wi-Fi Interface

If your Harrier IP interface board supports Wi-Fi it will have a wireless module fitted and will have a serial number that starts with 724. The title of the Harrier IP Website will also indicate that the board has Wireless/Wi-Fi support.

To receive Wi-Fi signals there must be at least one antenna fitted to the wireless module. The antennae fit to the small microcoaxial MHF4 connectors (A and B) on the module. The connection to a wireless network is achieved using the Wireless page on the Harrier IP Website. On the Wireless page you can scan for available wireless networks, select a suitable network/SSID and enter the password. The Harrier IP will then connect to the network and update the Wi-Fi status on the page. The network SSID and password will be stored and used next time the Harrier IP is powered up. Only one SSID and password is stored.

The wireless network you connect to must be running a DHCP server as, by default, the Harrier IP wireless connection is set to obtain its IP address from a DHCP server. This can be changed by accessing the Harrier IP Website, opening the ‘Network Setting’ web page, selecting the wireless interface, changing the appropriate settings and then clicking on Select. When setting fixed IP addresses please ensure that the address is correct and that you have a note of it before changing it, as it can be very difficult to locate a device at an unknown/incorrect IP address.
Note: when you click on ‘Submit’ the IP address will change and you will need to use the new address to access steaming video and the Harrier IP Website.

Status LED ("LED1/2/3/4")

The Harrier IP Camera Interface Board is fitted with several multi-color LEDs to indicate camera status.

  • LED1 – ACT
    – indicates activity on the Ethernet link (flashing=activity, steady on=no activity).
  • LED2 – LNK
    – indicates the state of the Ethernet link (Green=1G link OK, Red= 10/100 link OK, Off=no link).
  • LED3 – Wi-Fi
    – [to be implemented].
  • LED4 – STAT
    – indicates the status of the board system (steady green=board has booted successfully).

Evaluation Kit

An Evaluation Kit for Harrier IP is available. This kit enables fast and effective evaluation and testing of the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board, and IP cameras based on this interface board.

Specifications - Harrier Ethernet/PoE Connection Board

Ethernet support

On board magnetics for 10/100/1G Ethernet support

Versions

The board is available in two versions, the Harrier Ethernet Connection Board (AS-CIB-IP-IFETH-001-A) and the Harrier PoE Connection Board (AS-CIB-IP-IFPOE-001-A); the latter allowing Power over Ethernet.

Connection to Harrier IP Camera Interface Board

The Ethernet connection board connects to the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board via a 24-way FFC/FPC that also carries power to the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board (and any camera connected to it).

Mounting of the Ethernet connection board

The Ethernet/PoE connection board can be mounted on the back of a camera, or stacked on top of the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board. See product image and views of the boards mounted in the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board datasheet (download tab).

PoE power delivery

On the Harrier PoE Connection Board (AS-CIB-IP-IFPOE-001-A) the PoE power delivery board is an isolated, regulated, DC-DC converter with an output of 12V, an input range of 37-57V DC, a typical efficiency of 84% and full 2250 Volt DC isolation. The board is PoE class 0 IEEE 802.3af compliant powered device with input undervoltage lockout and output current limit.

To guarantee optimal heat dissipation, a heatsink is attached to the Harrier PoE Connection Board.

Physical and environmental details

Power requirement

8V to 12V DC +/- 10%

Power consumption

approx. 4.5W (approx. 5.4W during motor operation – zoom and focus)

Operating temperature

0°C to +60°C (recommended: 0°C to +40°C)

Storage temperature

-20°C to +60°C

Operating humidity

20% to 80% (no condensation)

Storage humidity

20% to 90% (no condensation)

Dimensions (L x W x H) 

approx. 70 x 38 x 43mm (L x W x H)
(AS-CIB-IP-001-3010-A and AS-CIB-IP-002-3010-A [wireless])

For PoE:
approx. 82 x 38 x 43mm (L x W x H)
(AS-CIB-IP-003-3010-A and AS-CIB-IP-004-3010-A [PoE, wireless])

Weight

112g

Ordering Information

Part number Description

AS-CIB-IP-001-3010-A

Harrier 10x AF-Zoom IP/HDMI Camera (Tamron MP3010M-EV)
Assembled camera system: Tamron MP3010M-EV camera + AS-CIB-IP-001-A with connecting cables fitted.

AS-CIB-IP-002-3010-A

Harrier 10x AF-Zoom IP/HDMI Camera (Tamron MP3010M-EV), WiFi
Assembled camera system: Tamron MP3010M-EV camera + AS-CIB-IP-002-A with connecting cables fitted.

AS-CIB-IP-003-3010-A

Harrier 10x AF-Zoom IP/HDMI Camera (Tamron MP3010M-EV), PoE
Assembled camera system: Tamron MP3010M-EV camera + AS-CIB-IP-003-A with connecting cables fitted.

AS-CIB-IP-004-3010-A

Harrier 10x AF-Zoom IP/HDMI Camera (Tamron MP3010M-EV), WiFi and PoE
Assembled camera system: Tamron MP3010M-EV camera + AS-CIB-IP-004-A with connecting cables fitted.

AS-CIB-IP-001-A

Harrier IP Camera Interface Board system;
Contains: AS-CIB-IP-SOC-001-A (SoC board), AS-CIB-IP-IFETH-001-A (Ethernet Connection Board), FFC cable

AS-CIB-IP-002-A

Harrier IP Camera Interface Board system; wireless.
Contains: AS-CIB-IP-SOC-002-A (SoC board with Wi-Fi module), AS-CIB-IP-IFETH-001-A (Ethernet Connection Board), FFC cable

AS-CIB-IP-003-A

Harrier IP Camera Interface Board system; Power over Ethernet.
Contains: AS-CIB-IP-SOC-001-A (SoC board), AS-CIB-IP-IFPOE-001-A (PoE Connection Board), FFC cable

AS-CIB-IP-004-A

Harrier IP Camera Interface Board system; wireless, Power over Ethernet.
Contains: AS-CIB-IP-SOC-002-A (SoC board with Wi-Fi module), AS-CIB-IP-IFPOE-001-A (PoE Connection Board), FFC cable

AS-CIB-BRK-008-A

Metal bracket, screws and spacers for mounting the chosen Harrier IP Camera Interface Board system to Harrier 10x AF-Zoom Camera.

AS-CIB-IP-001-EVAL-A

Evaluation kit for the Harrier IP; to evaluate the Harrier IP Camera Interface Board and IP cameras based on that board.

Contains power supply, a power adapter cable (AS-CBL-549-503Y), a 30-way micro coax KEL cable (AS-CIB-USL30-100MM, for connecting a camera to the camera interface board), two Wi-Fi antennas (AS-M-026-935G) and Ethernet adapter cables (AS-CBL-935-153S for non-PoE boards/cameras and AS-CBL-020-731U for PoE boards/cameras). Does not include boards or camera.

AS-CBL-935-153S

Ethernet interface adapter cable, JST to RJ45 socket

AS-CBL-020-731U

Ethernet interface adapter cable, Molex to RJ45 socket – for use with PoE enabled products

AS-CBL-549-503Y

Power adapter cable, barrel socket to 4-way JST connector

AS-CIB-USL30-70MM

30-way micro-coax cable for connecting the interface board to the camera. Length 70mm [Manufacturer: KEL]

AS-M-026-935G

WiFi 4/5/6/6E antenna with MHF-4L plug, 100mm

How to set up a Harrier IP camera

This tutorial video will help to quickly get started with your Harrier IP camera.
Learn what you need for the set-up, how it works and how to control the camera.

 

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