Bosch MIC SERIES 500 CAMERA 500 User`s manual

MIC Series 500 Camera
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Table of Contents
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Safety
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1.1
Important Safety Instructions
5
1.2
Safety Precautions
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1.3
Important Notices
1.4
Customer Support and Service
11
2
Unpacking
12
2.1
Parts List
12
2.2
Additional Tools Required
12
3
Description
13
3.1
Features
13
3.2
Power
13
3.3
Video
13
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Mounting
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4.1
Adjusting the MIC 500 Series Camera
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4.2
Adjusting the Rain Shield for Inverted Operation
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4.3
Mounting the MIC 500 Series Camera
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4.4
Earthing the MIC 500 Series Camera
19
4.5
Lightning Protection
19
4.6
Electrical Connections
19
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Navigating the Menus
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5.1
MIC Setups Menu
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5.1.1
Config Mode
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5.2
Activate Feature Menu
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5.3
Preset Tour Menu
26
5.3.1
Create/Modify Tour
27
5.3.2
Random Tours
27
5.4
Pattern Tour Menu
28
5.5
Presets Menu
29
5.5.1
Learn Preset
29
5.5.2
GOTO Preset
29
5.5.3
Manual Control
30
5.6
Communications Menu
30
5.7
Advanced Setups Menu
31
5.7.1
Factory Defaults
33
5.7.2
Re-map Pelco Aux (Pelco D and P Protocols only)
33
5.8
Alarms Menu
34
5.8.1
Alarm Relays and Re-arm Time
35
5.9
Sony Set Menu
35
5.9.1
Mapping to a MIC 500 Series Camera Function
36
5.10
Captions Menu
42
5.10.1
Default Caption
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5.10.2
Preset Captions
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5.10.3
Sector Captions
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5.10.4
Setting Captions
43
5.11
Privacy Menu
45
5.11.1
Mask / Clear Whole
45
5.11.2
Setting the Privacy Zones
45
5.12
Pot Test Menu
46
5.13
MIC Information Menu
46
5.13.1
MIC Information Menus
48
5.14
Set User Access Menu
48
5.14.1
Factory Defaults
49
5.15
Help Menu
50
5.16
Self Diagnosis
50
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Appendices
51
A.1
MIC 500 Series Aux Controls
51
A.2
MIC 500 Preset Controls
52
A.3
MIC 500 Model Numbers and Descriptions
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Safety
1.1
Important Safety Instructions
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Read, follow, and retain for future reference all of the following safety instructions. Heed all
warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions before operating the unit.
1.
Cleaning - Unplug the unit from the outlet before cleaning. Follow any instructions
provided with the unit. Generally, using a dry cloth for cleaning is sufficient, but a moist
fluff-free cloth or leather shammy may also be used. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners.
2.
Heat Sources - Do not install the unit near any heat sources such as radiators, heaters,
stoves, or other equipment (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
3.
Ventilation - The MIC 500 Series camera is a completely sealed unit and requires no
special consideration as regards to ventilation.
4.
Water - Do not install the camera power supply near water for example near a bathtub,
washbowl or swimming pool. The power supplies carry an IP65 rating and are suitable for
outside installation but for security reasons Bosch recommend that they are installed in a
suitable equipment cabinet. The camera unit is sealed to IP68 and can be safely used in
damp environments or outdoors, as long as the base cable connector is suitably sealed.
5.
Object and liquid entry - With the exception of the base connector, the MIC 500 Series
Camera can be exposed to non corrosive liquids without damage. Never push objects
into the base connector as this may damage the connection pins and prevent the camera
operating correctly.
6.
Lightning - For added protection during a lightning storm, or when leaving this unit
unattended and unused for long periods, unplug the unit from the wall outlet and
disconnect the cable system. This will prevent damage to the unit from lightning and
power line surges.
7.
Controls adjustment - Adjust only those controls specified in the operating instructions.
Improper adjustment of other controls may cause damage to the unit.
8.
Overloading - Do not overload outlets and extension cords. This can cause fire or
electrical shock.
9.
Power cord and plug protection - Protect the plug and power cord from foot traffic,
being pinched by items placed upon or against them at electrical outlets, and its exit
from the unit. For units intended to operate with 230 VAC, 50 Hz, the input and output
power cord must comply with the latest versions of IEC Publication 227 or IEC
Publication 245.
10. Power disconnect - Units with or without ON/OFF switches have power supplied to the
unit whenever the power cord is inserted into the power source; however, the unit is
operational only when the ON/OFF switch is in the ON position. The power cord is the
main power disconnect device for switching off the voltage for all units.
11. Power sources - Operate the unit only from the type of power source indicated on the
label. Before proceeding, be sure to disconnect the power from the cable to be installed
into the unit.
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For battery powered units, refer to the operating instructions.
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For external power supplied units, use only the recommended or approved power
supplies.
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For limited power source units, this power source must comply with EN60950.
Substitutions may damage the unit or cause fire or shock.
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For 24 VAC units, voltage applied to the unit's power input should not exceed ±10%,
or 28 VAC. User-supplied wiring must comply with local electrical codes (Class 2
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power levels). Do not ground the supply at the terminals or at the unit's power
supply terminals.
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If unsure of the type of power supply to use, contact your dealer or local power
company.
12. Servicing - Do not attempt to service this unit yourself. Opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
13. Damage requiring service - Unplug the unit from the main AC power source and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel when any damage to the equipment has
occurred, such as:
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the power supply cord or plug is damaged;
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liquid has been spilled in the equipment;
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an object has fallen into the unit;
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the unit has been dropped or the unit cabinet is damaged;
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the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance;
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the unit does not operate normally when the user correctly follows the operating
instructions.
14. Replacement parts - Be sure the service technician uses replacement parts specified by
the manufacturer, or that have the same characteristics as the original parts.
Unauthorized substitutions may cause fire, electrical shock, or other hazards.
15. Safety check - Safety checks should be performed upon completion of service or repairs
to the unit to ensure proper operating condition.
16. Installation - Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and in
accordance with applicable local codes.
17. Attachments, changes or modifications - Only use attachments/accessories specified by
the manufacturer. Any change or modification of the equipment, not expressly approved
by Bosch, could void the warranty or, in the case of an authorization agreement, authority
to operate the equipment.
1.2
Safety Precautions
DANGER!
This symbol indicates an imminently hazardous situation such as “Dangerous Voltage” inside
the product. If not avoided, this will result in an electrical shock, serious bodily injury, or
death.
WARNING!
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation. If not avoided, this could result in serious bodily
injury or death.
CAUTION!
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation. If not avoided, this may result in minor or
moderate injury. Alerts the user to important instructions accompanying the unit.
CAUTION!
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation. If not avoided, this may result in property damage
or risk of damage to the unit.
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NOTICE!
This symbol indicates information or a company policy that relates directly or indirectly to the
safety of personnel or protection of property.
1.3
Important Notices
Accessories - Do not place this unit on an unstable stand, tripod, bracket, or mount. The unit
may fall, causing serious injury and/or serious damage to the unit. Use only with the cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer. When a cart is used, use
caution and care when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
Quick stops, excessive force, or uneven surfaces may cause the cart/unit combination to
overturn. Mount the unit per the manufacturer's instructions.
All-pole power switch - Incorporate an all-pole power switch, with a contact separation of at
least 3 mm in each pole, into the electrical installation of the building.If it is needed to open
the housing for servicing and/or other activities, use this all-pole switch as the main
disconnect device for switching off the voltage to the unit.
Camera grounding - For mounting the camera in potentially damp environments, ensure to
ground the system using the ground connection of the power supply connector (see section:
Connecting external power supply).
Camera lens - An assembled camera lens in the outdoor housing must comply and be tested
in accordance with UL/IEC60950. Any output or signal lines from the camera must be SELV or
Limited Power Source. For safety reasons the environmental specification of the camera lens
assembly must be within the environmental specification of -10 °C (14 °F) to 50 °C (122 °F).
Camera signal - Protect the cable with a primary protector if the camera signal is beyond 140
feet, in accordance with NEC800 (CEC Section 60).
Coax grounding:
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Ground the cable system if connecting an outside cable system to the unit.
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Connect outdoor equipment to the unit's inputs only after this unit has had its grounding
plug connected to a grounded outlet or its ground terminal is properly connected to a
ground source.
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Disconnect the unit's input connectors from outdoor equipment before disconnecting
the grounding plug or grounding terminal.
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Follow proper safety precautions such as grounding for any outdoor device connected to
this unit.
U.S.A. models only - Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No.70, provides
information regarding proper grounding of the mount and supporting structure, grounding of
the coax to a discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of discharge unit,
connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
NOTICE!
This device is intended for use in public areas only.
U.S. federal law strictly prohibits surreptitious recording of oral communications.
Your Bosch product was developed and manufactured with high-quality material and
components that can be recycled and reused. This symbol means that electronic and
electrical appliances, which have reached the end of their working life, must be collected and
disposed of separately from household waste material. Separate collecting systems are
usually in place for disused electronic and electrical products. Please dispose of these units at
an environmentally compatible recycling facility, per European Directive 2002/96/EC.
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Environmental statement - Bosch has a strong commitment towards the environment. This
unit has been designed to respect the environment as much as possible.
Electrostatic-sensitive device - Use proper CMOS/MOS-FET handling precautions to avoid
electrostatic discharge.
NOTE: Wear required grounded wrist straps and observe proper ESD safety precautions when
handling the electrostatic-sensitive printed circuit boards.
Fuse rating - For security protection of the device, the branch circuit protection must be
secured with a maximum fuse rating of 16A. This must be in accordance with NEC800 (CEC
Section 60).
Grounding and polarization - This unit may be equipped with a polarized alternating current
line plug (a plug with one blade wider than the other blade). This safety feature allows the
plug to fit into the power outlet in only one way. If unable to insert the plug fully into the
outlet, contact a locally certified electrician to replace the obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the
safety purpose of the polarized plug.
Alternately, this unit may be equipped with a 3-pole grounding plug (a plug with a third pin for
earth grounding). This safety feature allows the plug to fit into a grounded power outlet only.
If unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact a locally certified electrician to replace the
obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding plug.
Moving - Disconnect the power before moving the unit. Move the unit with care. Excessive
force or shock may damage the unit.
Outdoor signals - The installation for outdoor signals, especially regarding clearance from
power and lightning conductors and transient protection, must be in accordance with NEC725
and NEC800 (CEC Rule 16-224 and CEC Section 60).
Permanently connected equipment - Incorporate a readily accessible disconnect device in
the building installation wiring.
Pluggable equipment - Install the socket outlet near the equipment so it is easily accessible.
Power disconnect - Units have power supplied whenever the power cord is inserted into the
power source. The power cord is the main power disconnect for all units.
Power lines - Do not locate the camera near overhead power lines, power circuits, or
electrical lights, nor where it may contact such power lines, circuits, or lights.
Video loss - Video loss is inherent to digital video recording; therefore, Bosch Security
Systems cannot be held liable for any damage that results from missing video information. To
minimize the risk of lost digital information, Bosch Security Systems recommends multiple,
redundant recording systems, and a procedure to back up all analog and digital information.
NOTICE!
This is a class B product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
FCC & ICES Information
(U.S.A. and Canadian Models Only)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
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determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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reorient or relocate the receiving antenna;
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increase the separation between the equipment and receiver;
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connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
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consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
receiver is connected;
Intentional or unintentional modifications, not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance, shall not be made. Any such modifications could void the user's authority to
operate the equipment. If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/television technician for corrective action.
The user may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal Communications
Commission, helpful: How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems. This booklet
is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock No. 004000-00345-4.
INFORMATIONS FCC ET ICES
(modèles utilisés aux États-Unis et au Canada uniquement)
Suite à différents tests, cet appareil s'est révélé conforme aux exigences imposées aux
appareils numériques de classe B, en vertu de la section 15 du règlement de la Commission
fédérale des communications des États-Unis (FCC), et en vertu de la norme ICES-003 d'Industrie
Canada. Ces exigences visent à fournir une protection raisonnable contre les interférences
nuisibles lorsque l'appareil est utilisé dans le cadre d'une installation résidentielle. Cet
appareil génère, utilise et émet de l'énergie de radiofréquences et peut, en cas d'installation
ou d'utilisation non conforme aux instructions, engendrer des interférences nuisibles au
niveau des radiocommunications. Toutefois, rien ne garantit l'absence d'interférences dans
une installation particulière. Il est possible de déterminer la production d'interférences en
mettant l'appareil successivement hors et sous tension, tout en contrôlant la réception radio
ou télévision. L'utilisateur peut parvenir à éliminer les interférences éventuelles en prenant
une ou plusieurs des mesures suivantes:
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Modifier l'orientation ou l'emplacement de l'antenne réceptrice;
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Éloigner l'appareil du récepteur;
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Brancher l'appareil sur une prise située sur un circuit différent de celui du récepteur;
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Consulter le revendeur ou un technicien qualifié en radio/télévision pour obtenir de
l'aide.
Toute modification apportée au produit, non expressément approuvée par la partie
responsable de l'appareil, est strictement interdite. Une telle modification est susceptible
d'entraîner la révocation du droit d'utilisation de l'appareil.
La brochure suivante, publiée par la Commission fédérale des communications (FCC), peut
s'avérer utile : How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems (Comment identifier
et résoudre les problèmes d’interférences de radio et de télévision). Cette brochure est
disponible auprès du U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, États-Unis,
sous la référence n° 004-000-00345-4.
Disclaimer
Underwriter Laboratories Inc. (“UL”) has not tested the performance or reliability of the
security or signaling aspects of this product. UL has only tested fire, shock and/or casualty
hazards as outlined in UL's Standard(s) for Safety for Closed Circuit Television Equipment, UL
2044. UL Certification does not cover the performance or reliability of the security or signaling
aspects of this product.
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UL MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES, OR CERTIFICATIONS WHATSOEVER
REGARDING THE PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY OF ANY SECURITY OR SIGNALING RELATED
FUNCTIONS OF THIS PRODUCT.
Disclaimer
Underwriter Laboratories Inc. (“UL”) has not tested the performance or reliability of the
security or signaling aspects of this product. UL has only tested fire, shock and/or casualty
hazards as outlined in UL's Standard(s) for Safety for Information Technology Equipment, UL
60950-1. UL Certification does not cover the performance or reliability of the security or
signaling aspects of this product.
UL MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES, OR CERTIFICATIONS WHATSOEVER
REGARDING THE PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY OF ANY SECURITY OR SIGNALINGRELATED FUNCTIONS OF THIS PRODUCT.
Copyright
This user guide is the intellectual property of Bosch Security Systems, Inc. and is protected by
copyright.
All rights reserved.
Trademarks
All hardware and software product names used in this document are likely to be registered
trademarks and must be treated accordingly.
NOTICE!
This user guide has been compiled with great care and the information it contains has been
thoroughly verified. The text was complete and correct at the time of printing. The ongoing
development of the products may mean that the content of the user guide can change without
notice. Bosch Security Systems accepts no liability for damage resulting directly or indirectly
from faults, incompleteness or discrepancies between the user guide and the product
described.
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Customer Support and Service
If this unit needs service, contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems Service Center for
authorization to return and shipping instructions.
Service Centers
USA
Repair Center
Telephone: 800-566-2283
Fax: 800-366-1329
E-mail: repair@us.bosch.com
Customer Service
Telephone: 888-289-0096
Fax: 585-223-9180
E-mail: security.sales@us.bosch.com
Technical Support
Telephone: 800-326-1450
Fax: 585-223-3508 or 717-735-6560
E-mail: technical.support@us.bosch.com
Canada
Telephone: 514-738-2434
Fax: 514-738-8480
Europe, Middle East, Africa Region
Repair Center
Telephone: 31 (0) 76-5721500
Fax: 31 (0) 76-5721413
E-mail: RMADesk.STService@nl.bosch.com
Asia Region
Repair Center
Telephone: 65 63522776
Fax: 65 63521776
E-mail: rmahelpdesk@sg.bosch.com
Customer Service
Telephone: 86 (0) 756 7633117 or
86 (0) 756 7633121
Fax: 86 (0) 756 7631710
E-mail: customer.service@cn.bosch.com
Warranty and additional information
For additional information and warranty queries, please contact your Bosch Security Systems
representative or visit our website at www.boschsecurity.com.
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Unpacking
This equipment should be unpacked and handled with care. If an item appears to have been
damaged in shipment, notify the shipper immediately.
Verify that all the parts listed in the Parts List below are included. If any items are missing,
notify your Bosch Security Systems Sales or Customer Service Representative.
The original packing carton is the safest container in which to transport the unit and must be
used if returning the unit for service. Save it for possible future use.
NOTICE!
Do not stand the canted (45°) MIC 500 Series Camera upright as it is unstable unless properly
mounted.
2.1
Parts List
The package containing the MIC 500 Series Camera should include the following items:
Quantity
Part
1
MIC 500 Series Camera
1
Installation and Configuration CD (including user manuals and protocol packs)
1
Quick Installation Guide
1
MIC-USB485CVTR signal converter (enabling connection of MIC 500 Series
Camera to a PC)
2.2
Additional Tools Required
The following table lists additional tools required (not supplied by Bosch):
Quantity
Part
1
13 mm spanner for MIC 500 Series Camera PCD foot, fixing bolts
1
3 mm screwdriver for the terminal blocks in power supply
1
8 mm screwdriver for MIC Series PSU enclosure fixing screws
1
No. 2 Phillips screwdriver for MIC 500 Series Camera rain shield adjustment, if
required
1
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Description
The MIC 500 Series Camera is a fully functional, quality built, pan/tilt/zoom CCTV camera
which has been designed to provide a robust, high quality, feature rich CCTV solution suitable
for most security applications. The camera features an IP68 weatherproof, robust, cast
aluminium housing for lightweight strength and durability utilizing brushless motors for
precise control and quiet operation. Comprehensive onboard software allows an installer to
configure a new MIC 500 Series camera for use quickly, or for a CCTV operator to set up
presets, tours, alarms (if fitted), privacy masks (if fitted) easily, and to control nearly all other
camera functions directly from the CCTV control room, no matter which control system is in
use. In addition, the camera can also be configured from a PC using the MIC Series Universal
Camera Setup Software (cam-set) and the MIC-USB485CVTR converter, both provided with
the camera.Bosch Security Systems’ MIC Series Universal Camera Setup Software is also
referred to as 'cam-set' within the product literature hereafter. Please see the MICUSB485CVTR and the MIC Series Universal Camera Setup Software Installation Manual or the
Cam-set help file for details on connecting the MIC-USB485CVTR to the MIC 500 Series
camera.
3.1
Features
The MIC 500 Series Camera has been designed with the following features:
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Brushless motor technology for quiet whisper operation
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Multi-protocol operation
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On-screen menu for configuration and operation
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Privacy function (if fitted; see model numbers in Appendix)
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New “twist-lock” canting for easy field adjustment
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Industry-leading programmable camera module function
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Wide range of mounting options for varied applications in even the harshest
environments
3.2
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Optically flat viewing window
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Reversible rain shield
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IP68 rating
Power
The recommended power cable is a 2-conductor, 14-18 gauge cable, depending on the
distance (cables MIC-2MS, MIC-10MS, MIC-20MS, MIC-25MS).
3.3
Video
The video coax cable should use a shield coverage copper braid 95% and standard copper
center conductor. Recommended cables are RG-59, RG-6/U, or RG-11U.
Cable Type
Maximum Distance
RG-59/U
300 m (1000 ft)
RG-6/U
450 m (1500 ft)
RG-11/U
600 m (2000 ft)
Size
O.D. between 4.6 mm (0.181 in.) and 7.9 mm (0.312 in.)
Shield
Copper braid: 95%
Central Conductor
Standard copper center
Terminal Connector
BNC
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Mounting
Installation should be made by qualified service personnel and conform to the National
Electrical Code and applicable local codes.
The MIC 500 Series Camera range has been designed for easy installation on a variety of
common fittings. The most common type of mount used is a dedicated CCTV camera pole
where the camera is bolted directly to the top of the pole using industry standard 4 in. (101.6
mm) fittings. This type of camera pole provides a robust mounting platform that minimizes
camera motion and typically has a large base cabinet for mounting ancillary equipment such
as power supplies.
The camera can also be mounted on lamp post columns using the Pole Mount Bracket (MICPMB); however, users should be aware that lamp posts can often be subject to movement and
are not suitable platforms in all conditions or for all applications.
The following mounting brackets are available:
Part
Description
MIC-SPA
Wall Spreader Plate
MIC-PMB
Pole Mount Bracket
MIC-CMB
Corner Mount Bracket
MIC-WMB
Wall Mount Bracket
MIC-SCA
Shallow Conduit Adaptor
MIC-DCA
Deep Conduit Adaptor
For mounting directly to a building, brackets are available for all typical building installations
such as upright (90°), canted (45°), or inverted.
Figure 4.1
Typical pole mount arrangement (MIC-PMB with MIC-SCA and MIC-WMB)
Figure 4.2
Typical wall mounting arrangement (MIC-SPA, MIC-SCA and MIC-WMB)
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Typical wall corner mounting arrangement (MIC-CMB, MIC-SCA and MIC-WMB)
Adjusting the MIC 500 Series Camera
The MIC 500 Series Camera is suitable for adjustment from the upright position (90°) to a
canted (45°) position.
Figure 4.4
Pan body fixing screws
To adjust the MIC 500 Series Camera, follow these steps:
1.
2.
Firmly secure the camera base by the 4 inch PCD foot bolts.
Locate and remove the two (2) pan body fixing screws. Once the screws have been
loosened, lift them up and continue turning to lock the screws open. Ensure not to
damage the paint work on the camera.
Figure 4.5
Security screws
NOTICE!
The small security screws are not designed to be removed. Any attempt to remove these
screws will void the warranty and potentially cause serious damage to the camera.
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3.
Grasp the lower camera body beneath the pan body joint and then carefully twist the
upper camera body clockwise until the camera body has rotated 180° around, canting the
top part of the camera to the 45° angle. Ensure that the securing bolt holes are aligned.
Figure 4.6
4.
Canting in progress
Carefully replace and tighten the pan body securing the supplied (MIC-DCA, MIC-SCA,
MIC-WMB) bolts. Ensure not to damage the paint work on the camera.
Figure 4.7
5.
Camera canted
The MIC 500 Series Camera is now ready to be installed and configured.
NOTICE!
Installation should be made by qualified service personnel and conform to the National
Electrical Code and applicable local codes. Ensure a strong safety chain is used to secure the
MIC 500 Series Camera to prevent any danger of dropping the product during installation.
The following graphic shows the various positions of the MIC 500 Series Camera. See the
table below for the descriptions.
Figure 4.8
MIC 500 Series Cameras (From left to right: Canted full frontal view; Upright full frontal view;
Upright side view; Canted side view)
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Adjusting the Rain Shield for Inverted Operation
The upright unit can be mounted either with the camera ball up or down.When inverted,
reverse the rain shield to provide weather protection for the window glass by following these
steps:
1.
Remove the 4 of M3 x 6 screws fixing the rain shield to the face of the camera.
Figure 4.9
2.
Figure 4.10
3.
Reverse rain shield
Reattach the rain shield to the camera face.
Figure 4.11
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Reverse the rain shield.
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4.
Install the camera.
5.
Using the On Screen Menu (MIC Setups, Config options), set the camera to 'Inverted.'
This automatically sets the controls and video for inverted operation.
Note: The camera can also be set to an inverted configuration through cam-set.
For further details on configuring and reversing the controls using cam-set, please see the
cam-set Instruction and Help file.
4.3
Mounting the MIC 500 Series Camera
To mount the MIC 500 Series Camera, follow these steps:
1.
2.
Identify a secure location for the mount (supplied separately).
Ensure that the mounting surface is capable of supporting the combined weight of the
camera and mounting hardware under all expected conditions of load, vibration, and
temperature.
3.
Carefully lift the camera to the mounting point and connect the female cable 12 pin
connector to the male plug in the base of the camera. Screw the cable connector sleeve
onto the plug until it is firmly secured (approximately four (4) turns from the start of
thread engagement).
4.
Earth the camera using one of the securing supplied bolts. Only earth the camera at a
single point to prevent earth loops and hum bars.
5.
User M8 x20 mm Stainless steel nuts, bolts, and washers to secure the cameras 4 in. PCD
base to the mounting bracket. An additional Nebar gasket or suitable silicone sealant can
be used to ensure a water tight seal between the 4 in. PCD base and mounting surface.
Tighten all bolts securely. Secure all cabling and conduit.
WARNING!
If the camera is mounted ball down, it is essential that the connector and base area of the
camera are completely sealed from water ingress. Any water getting into the connector is
liable to cause corrosion to the connector pins, leading to unreliable operation of the camera
unit.
WARNING!
To prevent water from penetrating the composite cable connector threads, the 25 mm thread
should be sealed at final installation using PTFE tape (not supplied). Alternatively, a suitable
sealant may be liberally applied to the thread prior to final tightening.
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MIC 500 Series camera mounting positions: Inverted, Upright, and Canted
Earthing the MIC 500 Series Camera
The camera module and housing are electrically isolated; however, it is recommended that the
housing be earthed for safety. This safety earth should be a bonding connection, such as one
of the securing bolts, to the outside case of the camera. The camera should be earthed to
prevent ground loops and video distortion caused by electrical interference. If the system is
copper throughout and the camera pictures are fed back to the control room coaxial copper
cable, the camera should be earthed at the video termination point in the control room. If the
video is transmitted back to the control room via some non electrical connecting medium (for
example, fiber optic, radio, or microwave link), the camera should be earthed at the
transmitter point in the Power Supply Unit. If dual earthing is unavoidable, a video isolation
transformer should be fitted between the two (2) earths.
4.5
Lightning Protection
If the camera is positioned in a highly exposed area where lightning strikes may occur, it is
recommended to install a lightning conductor within 0.5 m of the camera and at least 1.5 m
higher than the camera.
The construction of the housing itself is capable of coping with secondary strikes. If the
correct lightning protection is applied, no damage to the internal electronics or camera
should result. Additionally, an earth bonding connection to the case provides protection
against damage from secondary strikes.
4.6
Electrical Connections
All connections to the camera are provided through the screw terminal connections in the MIC
power supply. A purpose-built composite cable for use with the camera is available in lengths
of 2 m, 10 m, 20 m, and 25 m (required, not supplied); these cables are pre-made with a
female terminated 12 way connector fitted to them for attachment to the male connector
installed into the base of the camera.
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Figure 4.13
Composite cable before connection
Figure 4.14
View of the Composite Cable connected to a MIC 500 Series camera
Refer to the MIC Series Power Supply Installation Manual included on the Installation CD for
full details on installing a MIC Series Power Supply Unit and connecting to a MIC 500 Series
Camera.The composite cable has no termination (free wires) at the other end for wiring into
the power supply. The standard color coding used in these cables is as follows:
Figure 4.15
Exploded View of Composite Cable Connections
Camera Cable
Signal Name
Description
Cable Wire Color
1
Washer Drive Rtn
Auxiliary Connection
Grey
2
Tamper Sw Rtn
Auxiliary Connection
Brown
3
Washer Drive
Wash Signal
Orange
4
Tamper Sw
Alarm Communications
Black
Connector Pin
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Signal Name
Description
Cable Wire Color
5
Video Return
Video Signal Ground
Coax Screen
6
Video Output
Video Output to Control Room
Coax Core
7
Full Duplex Tx B
Telemetry I/O to RS-422/485
Violet
8
Full Duplex Tx A
Telemetry I/O to RS-422/485
Blue
9
0v
Ground
Shield
Full Duplex Rx A
Telemetry I/O to RS-422/485
Yellow
Telemetry I/O to RS-422/485
White
Connector Pin
10
Half Duplex Tx/Rx A
11
Full Duplex Rx B
Half Duplex Tx/Rx B
12
Power Input 2
Low Voltage Power Input
Green
13
Power Input 1
Low Voltage Power Input
Red
NOTICE!
Use of the shielded composite cable for distances in excess of 25 m between the camera and
the MIC power supply is not recommended.
WARNING!
Ensure that all power is disconnected before opening or working on the MIC power supply.
Installation should be made by qualified service personnel and conform to the National
Electrical Code and applicable local codes. Ensure a strong safety chain is used to secure the
MIC 500 Series Camera to prevent any danger of dropping the product during installation.
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Navigating the Menus
The MIC 500 Series Camera is programmed through the on-screen display (OSD) menus. Each
displays a list of parameters or submenus that you can select. To access the main menu, use
one of two (2) methods:
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PC-based control system where you must identify preset command 85.
–
Manual control via a compatible joystick
If the control system does not support presets or is limited to a preset number less than 85,
tilt the unit upward until it hits the mechanical stop point, and then hold the joystick for
approximately 10 seconds. The menu appears. To access the main menu via manual control:
1.
Press Shot + 85 + Enter (Bosch controller). The main menu appears.
2.
If this is the first time that you are using the camera, or if it is locked, you must enter the
password to access all menu options.
3.
Move the joystick down to ENTER PASSWORD, then move it to the right to enter the submenu. PASSWORD “0000” appears.
4.
Move the joystick to the right. The “0000” turns green and the first number starts to
blink.
5.
Move the joystick up to change the first “0” to a “1”. The password should now be
“1000,” which is the only valid password and can never be changed.
6.
Move the joystick to the left to exit the menu. PASSWORD VALID appears.
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Tips to remember when navigating throughout the menus via the control:
–
If the menu receives no manual controls for three (3) minutes, it automatically
closes, returning the camera to its previous state. Any settings not saved are lost.
–
Menu items appear in white, with the current item highlighted in either blue or
green. If a line is highlighted in blue, use the up and down commands to move
through the menu. If the line is highlighted in green, use the up and down commands
to scroll through the settings for that option.
For numbers, move the joystick up to increase the numbers, and down to decrease
the numbers. Move the joystick left and right to move between numbers.
–
A right command can do one of two things: Move into the current option displaying
all the options available, or select the current option by changing from blue to green,
allowing the user to select a new value for this setting.
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A left command goes back a menu level or sets the setting that you just modified.
–
Up and down commands scroll through the list and right to move into the next level
of the menu. Pressing right on EXIT turns off the menu.
–
For some menu items there are slight differences. For example, the Set-up Tour and
Sony Set options from the main page request a number before moving into the
settings. This sequence is: Select SETUP TOUR, then send right. Use the up and
down to move between tour numbers, and then right again to enter the tour sub
menus. The contents of the first screen is dependent on the level of user access
defined by the installer under the password locked section of the menu.
MAIN MENU
MIC SETUPS
ACTIVATE FEATURE
PRESET TOUR
PATTERN TOUR
PRESETS
COMMUNICATIONS
ADVANCED SETUPS
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MIC INFORMATION
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HELP
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Description
MIC SETUPS
Controls adjustable camera settings such as: homing, wiping, OSD, positioning, alarm,
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zooming, and self diagnostic testing.
ACTIVATE FEATURE Initiates a Preset or Pattern tour once the menu is closed, or to directly call up an individual
SonySet preset.
PRESET TOUR
Recalls preset positions in the set order waiting at each preset for the desired dwell time. Up
to four (4) separate preset tours may be programmed concurrently.
PATTERN TOUR
Mimics the user's movements while recording so it can follow a specific path. Up to two (2)
separate pattern tours may be programmed concurrently.
PRESETS
Preselects and stores combinations of pan, tilt, and zoom positions, which allow a set view
to be recalled. Also known as preset shot.
COMMUNICATIONS Provides the selection of the MIC Address, Protocol and Baud Rate. Once modified, the
settings only take effect once the menu has been exited and the confirmation page has been
accepted. The address field allows values in the range 1 to 254, which will be carried over
between protocols.
ADVANCED SETUPS Accesses the advanced features menu.
ALARMS
Accesses the alarm settings such as: input type, time-out options, and dwell time.
SONY SET
Enables the user to select the SonySet Preset number.
CAPTIONS
Allows the setting of the default caption and the preset or sector captions as well as the
associated options. The main page contains settings that relate to all three (3) caption
modes such as position and color. It also determines if captions are used and if so which
ones. The vertical position selects a line from 0 to 10 (0 being the top of the screen and 10
the bottom). Note: setting captions will disable the camera on screen display icons (digital
zoom, etc).
PRIVACY
Contains common privacy controls. Further setups can be found through the Cam-set.
POT TEST
Indicates the MIC 500 Series Camera's current position, motor readings, and camera supply
voltage from the power supply.
MIC INFORMATION
Offers the user a quick way of viewing the current MIC 500 Series Camera settings and
measurements. Included in these pages is a comprehensive list of MIC data (address, serial
number, baud rate etc), a list of control card data, a read only list of MIC settings (MIC
SETUPS and ADVANCED SETUPS), a preset mapping list (for auxiliaries and Sony Set),
temperature and humidity measurements, statistical timers, and communication error logs.
SET USER ACCESS
Contains the name of each of the Main Menu options where a simple Yes or No option
indicates if shown under normal use. When the menu is exited and re-opened, the password
access is reset and only the items selected are visible to the user. At the top of the first user
access page are 2 options, “Set Full Access” and “Set No Access.” These allow and disable
all features respectively by selecting with a right command.
HELP
Contains contact information.
EXIT
Exits the menu.
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MIC Setups Menu
This section contains some of the more commonly modified settings for the MIC 500 Series
Camera. Pressing right on an option changes the highlight color to green and allows the
modification of the current setting value.
MAIN MENU
MIC SETUPS
ACTIVATE FEATURE
PRESET TOUR
PATTERN TOUR
PRESETS
COMMUNICATIONS
ADVANCED SETUPS
ALARMS
1/2
MIC SETUPS
CONFIG
1/2
UPRIGHT
AUTO HOME
HOME TO
WASH-WIPE
OSD
POS DISPLAY
AUTO ALARM
ON
PRESET
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Menu Item
Description
CONFIG
Available only via the menu see Section 5.1.1 Config Mode, page 26.
MIC SETUPS
DIGITAL ZOOM
AUTO FLIP
SELF DIAGNOSIS
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ON
OFF
AUTO HOME
Enables the unit to remain stationary when set to OFF or until the next user input. With Auto
HOME TO
Home turned on, the MIC 500 Series Camera can be can be configured to either move to the
home position (preset 1), start preset tour 1, or play pattern tour 1 using the “Home To”
setting. The amount of time before this takes place can be set to 30 seconds, 1 minute, 5
minutes, or 1 hour using the “Home Time” Setting in “Advanced Controls.”
WASH-WIPE
Upon activation, the camera moves to a saved position (Wash Wipe Position, Advanced
settings), which should be set to look at the washer nozzle, starts the washer pump, and turns
the wiper on. Once released, the unit returns to its original position, stops the washer pump,
and continues wiping for a few seconds. This process only takes place if the Wash Wipe
command is turned on; otherwise, the camera just activates the washer pump and will not
move. If use of an external washer is required, then either the MIC-WKT (washer nozzle and
bracket and MIC-WSH card) or MIC-WKT-IR (washer nozzle and bracket) kits should be
purchased to enable a third party washer pump to be installed (see separate MIC-WKT manual).
OSD (on-screen
Displays the camera module information icons on the video, such as zoom position, white
display)
balance mode, shutter speed etc. This is only displayed when there are no captions on the
screen.
POS DISPLAY
Indicates the current heading in degrees of the MIC 500 Series Camera in pan and tilt relative to
its zero position, this is set during installation. The MIC 500 Series Camera takes 0° as North, so
when the MIC 500 Series Camera is installed ensure the unit is pointed towards North, on a
level tilt, then use “Set Zero Pos” in “Advanced Controls.” When activated, the position display
shows the current compass heading North, South, East or West in a 1 or 2 character code N,
NW, W, SW, S etc, along with an accurate pan and tilt bearing. The display is shown in white
and resembles “N PAN: 125 TILT: 10."
AUTO ALARM
Enables use for both single or multi alarm functionality. With Auto Alarm on, the MIC moves to
the Auto Alarm position (as configured using Cam-set, or “Alarms” - “Learn Alarm Pos”) upon
detection of a tamper line input. If Auto Alarm is turned off, the MIC 500 Series Camera ignores
any change in status of the tamper line which terminates in the MIC power supply, see MIC
power supply manual for further details.
DIGITAL ZOOM
Provides both optical and digital zoom. On some systems, there is the option of selecting digital
zoom, however with others the control system always outputs commands to continue into
digital zoom which may not always be desirable. To stop this, there is an override function,
Digital Zoom, which if turned off will not go into digital no matter what the keyboard sends out,
and if activated will allow digital zoom as the controller dictates.
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AUTO FLIP
When enabled this command automatically flips the video picture and PTZ controls to enable
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easy control when the camera is inverted. Controls remain reversed until a stop command is
received, at which point they return to normal.
SELF DIAGNOSIS Runs rudimentary tests indicating any faults with the unit. The test begins with the unit moving
to a specified test position and then checking for valid resolver readings and reliable camera
module communications. Then, the pan and tilt drives and camera zoom are tested. Finally, the
wiper is activated. The results of each test are displayed as completed, refer to Section 5.16 Self
Diagnosis, page 50.

The Config settings are available through the menu and offer the user a quick way of
setting up the MIC 500 Series Camera for different configurations. Table 5.2 and
Table 5.3 indicate the options available and which settings are changed when these are
set.
The settings modified by these (for example, Image Flip, Pan Reverse, Auto Alarm, etc.)
can also be individually set elsewhere in the menu; however the “Config” settings retain
their current value, which may lead to confusion over the current MIC 500 Series Camera
state. It is advised that the individual settings are not changed unless specifically
required.
Setting
Options
Default
Config
Upright/Canted/Inverted
UPRIGHT
Auto Home
ON/OFF
OFF
Home To
Preset/Tour
TOUR
Wash-Wipe
ON/OFF
OFF
OSD
ON/OFF
OFF
Pos Display
ON/OFF
OFF
Auto Alarm
ON/OFF
OFF
Digital Zoom
ON/OFF
OFF
Auto Flip
ON/OFF
OFF
Self Diagnosis
N/A
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Config Mode
The Config Mode settings are available through the on-screen menu and offers the user a
quick way to set up the unit for various configurations (see Table 5.2 for the available options
and settings when the Config Mode is set).
Image Flip
Pan Reverse
Tilt Reverse
Privacy
Upright
OFF
OFF
OFF
Upright
Canted
OFF
OFF
OFF
Canted
Inverted
OFF
ON
OFF
Inverted
Table 5.2
5.2
Config Mode Options and Settings when Set
Activate Feature Menu
The Activate Feature menu can be used to initiate a Preset or Pattern tour once the menu is
closed, or to directly call up an individual SonySet preset.
MAIN MENU
MIC SETUPS
ACTIVATE FEATURE
PRESET TOUR
PATTERN TOUR
PRESETS
COMMUNICATIONS
ADVANCED SETUPS
ALARMS
1/2
..ACTIVATE FEATURE..
PRESET TOUR NO
1
START TOUR
PATTERN TOUR NO.
START TOUR
1
SONYSET NO
RUN SONYSET
1
Menu Item
Description
PRESET TOUR
To start a preset or pattern tour, select the number under the appropriate option, and then
PATTERN TOUR
press right on the “Start Tour” immediately under the feature required. For example, to start
Preset Tour 3, change “Preset Tour No.” to 3, then press “Start Tour” directly underneath. The
tour begins approximately 1 second after the menu has been closed.
SONYSET
Select the required Sony Set preset using “Sonyset No.” and press “Run SonySet” directly
below. The preset table is activated immediately.
5.3
Preset Tour Menu
To program a Tour, access the Preset Tour menu; specify the tour number from 1 to 6 then
press right to enter the Tour Settings page. Once inside the menu, there is one setting
available “No of Tour Points,” two (2) further sub menus “Tour Point Settings” and “Create /
Modify Tour” and then a save tour option.
MAIN MENU
MIC SETUPS
ACTIVATE FEATURE
PRESET TOUR
PATTERN TOUR
PRESETS
COMMUNICATIONS
ADVANCED SETUPS
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DWELL SETTINGS
DEFAULT
MAX RANDOM
MIN RANDOM
TOUR POINT SETTINGS
CREATE/MODIFY TOUR
SAVE TOUR
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: DWELL
----------------------------------------------1: 1
:
5
2: 2
:DEFAULT
3: RANDOM
:
5
4: RANDOM
:RANDOM
5: 5
:
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Menu Item
Description
NUMBER OF TOUR
The number of tour points ranges from 1 to 32, with each point having an available
POINTS
preset position and dwell time, programmable on the Create / Modify Tour page.
TOUR POINT SETTINGS
Contains the default and random limit settings. The settings are separated into Dwell
and Preset sub headings. If a tour point is defined to use a random preset or random
dwell, the values remain within the bounds set on this page.
CREATE/MODIFY TOUR
Shows a list of the individual tour points in a tabular fashion. The number of points
available is defined by the setting on the previous page. Up and down controls move the
highlighted line to the next or previous tour point respectively, moving on to the next
page if the cursor is moved past the end (see Section 5.3.1 Create/Modify Tour, page 27).
RANDOM TOURS
Moves intelligently through the presets if the random option is chosen. It will not repeat
a given position until all preset in the selection have been visited.
5.3.1
Create/Modify Tour
To modify one of the settings, select the tour point by moving right, which will highlight the
line in green. The preset number will start flashing indicating this setting is now changeable
by toggling up and down.
Four (4) tours are programmable each with up to 32 steps. Each step can be individually
programmed with a preset position number (1 to 64) and a dwell time in seconds (1 to 240).
To change the dwell time, send another Right command which will start the dwell option
flashing, as before up and down changes this value.
To select Random or Default options, move the joystick to either end of the available options.
For presets, the random values are between 1 and 64. For dwell times, random and default
settings are between 1 and 240.
5.3.2
Random Tours
To make the random options work, a few limits must be set up which indicate the range of
presets available, and the time scale available for dwell times. For example, setting a preset
position as Random and the limits as 5 and 20 respectively, the camera moves to a random
preset position between 5 and 20 and waits there for the given dwell time, which can also be
random and operates in the same way. Alternatively, for the dwell there is a default option,
the value of which can also be changed to the users requirements.
Example of tour setup:
Tour Setting
Value
Min. Random Preset Position
5
Max. Random Preset Position
15
Min. Random Dwell Time
10
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Value
Max. Random Dwell Time
20
Default Dwell Time
8
Tour Point
Preset Position
Dwell Time
1
1
Default
2
Random
5
3
Random
Random
First, the camera moves to preset position 1 and remains there for 8 seconds. It then moves
to a preset position between 5 and 15 and remains there for 5 seconds. Finally, it moves to
another preset (but not the one it has just visited) between 5 and 15, remaining there for a
random time between 10 and 20 seconds. This process then repeats, moving randomly only
the presets that it has not yet already visited. Once all the presets 5 to 15 have been visited,
the camera clears them.
Finally, Save Tour saves the modifications made to the tour number specified, whereas Exit
Without Saving discards the changes.
5.4
Pattern Tour Menu
The MIC 500 Series Camera supports two pattern tours which enable the user to record a
path or series of movements which can then be played back on repeat as a tour. The tour
number is selected from the “Main Menu” by pressing right on “Pattern Tour” and then up or
down to select 1 or 2. Pressing right again enters the menu.
Recording a Pattern Tour
To record a pattern tour through the menu, specify the length in seconds required using the
“Length” setting, and then press right on “Record.” The menu is removed and allows for full
functional control, with a few overlaying captions indicating the tour number being recorded,
the amount of time left, and the number of steps remaining. A single Pattern Tour can take up
to 3000 readings, which are taken frequently during movement, and rarely when parked. Once
the time has run out, the Menu is reloaded back to the same position. If the number of pattern
steps runs out prior to the time, the recording is stopped and the menu reloaded.
Preview Tour
Once a tour has been recorded, it can be played back once through the menu using “Preview
Tour.” As before, the menu is removed from the video and a caption added indicating the tour
number being played. Once the tour has completed its run through, the menu reloads.
MAIN MENU
MIC SETUPS
ACTIVATE FEATURE
PRESET TOUR
PATTERN TOUR
PRESETS
COMMUNICATIONS
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Description
Defines how many seconds the user will be allowed to manually control the MIC for before the
menu re-opens when recording a pattern tour.
RECORD
Closes the on screen menu, and starts the recording process. The user regains full control of the
MIC during the allotted LENGTH time with all of the inputs being recorded to memory for playback
at any point.
REVIEW TOUR Performs a single playback of the currently selected pattern.
5.5
Presets Menu
The Presets menu provides access to view and set 64 preset positions which are accurate to
0.08° in pan and tilt. Twelve (12) of these prepositions are set aside for Multi Alarms, 1 is for
Auto Alarm, and 1 is for the Wash Wipe position.
The preset section allows for setting or recalling any presets between 1 and 255. Although
there are only 64 positional presets available in the unit, there are a number of functions
mapped to learn preset numbers which can then be easily reached through the menu if a
given keyboard does not support presets above a certain value.
MAIN MENU
MIC SETUPS
ACTIVATE FEATURE
PRESET TOUR
PATTERN TOUR
PRESETS
COMMUNICATIONS
ADVANCED SETUPS
ALARMS
1/2
..PRESETS..
PRESET NO.
1
MANUAL CONTROL
LEARN PRESET
GOTO PRESET
Menu Item
Description
PRESET NO.
Accesses a range of 1-255 customized preset shots.
LEARN PRESET
Enables the user to set a preset position.
GOTO PRESET
Accesses an existing preset.
MANUAL CONTROL Enables the user to manually control the unit for ten (10) seconds to a preset position. See
Section 5.5.3 Manual Control, page 30.
5.5.1
Learn Preset
Preset shots are saved camera positions. To set a preset position, follow these steps:
1.
2.
Select the PRESET NO, using the joystick Up/Down.
Set the camera to the position you wish to record as the preset (using manual control,
see below).
5.5.2
3.
Press Right on the LEARN PRESET title and an indication of the completion is shown.
4.
The camera position is assigned to your selected preset number.
GOTO Preset
To go to an existing preset, follow these steps:
1.
2.
Select the PRESET NO, using the joystick Up/Down.
Move the joystick to the right on GOTO PRESET title. The camera will now move to the
selected preset.
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Manual Control
The MANUAL CONTROL feature enables the user to manually control the unit for ten (10)
seconds while setting a preset position. A time remaining caption counts down at the top of
the screen. At the end of the countdown, the unit stops in its current position. If more
movement is required, press right on the Manual Control. This allows the user an additional
ten (10) seconds of manual control.
5.6
Communications Menu
The communications page provides the selection of the MIC Address, Protocol and Baud Rate.
Once modified, the settings only take effect once the menu has been exited and the
confirmation page has been accepted. The address field allows values in the range 1 to 254,
this will be carried over between protocols.
The MIC 500 Series Camera provides twin protocol support in one release of software. The
camera's operating protocol can be switched using the Cam-set or the “Protocol” setting in
this menu section. The protocol pack options are: FV/Bosch (default), FV/Pelco and FV/VCL.
MAIN MENU
MIC SETUPS
ACTIVATE FEATURE
PRESET TOUR
PATTERN TOUR
PRESETS
COMMUNICATIONS
ADVANCED SETUPS
ALARMS
Menu Item
ADDRESS
1/2
..COMMUNICATIONS..
:
:
:
:
ADDRESS
1
PROTOCOL
BOSCH
BAUD RATE
------------------------------------------WARNING CHANGING :
ANY SETTING MAY
:
CAUSE A LOSS OF
:
CONTROL
:
Description
Allows the appropriate camera to be operated via the numerical address in the control system. The
address may be set locally using Cam-set. To change the address using Cam-set, enter the desired
address in the New Address field then, press Configure MIC Communications. The MIC
Communications Settings menu is displayed. Modify the settings then, press Apply (optional 1-254
addresses).
PROTOCOL
Enables the user to switch between the protocols in the loaded protocol pack. Options are: FV/
Bosch (default), FV/Pelco or FV/VCL.
BAUD RATE
Enables the user to toggle between 4800 and 9600 Baud rate. The speed at which
telecommunication data is transmitted, measured in bits per second (Bps).
The “Baud Rate” setting provides a full range of values, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 or
38400 for each protocol. Not all protocol controllers support this full range, so ensure that the
correct option is selected before confirming.
Modifying any of these parameters and then confirming the selection causes immediate loss
of control until the control system is reconfigured to match. If a protocol, address or baud
rate option is made that cannot be obtained through the control system, the camera must be
reset using the Configure MIC Communications function of Cam-set.
Modifying any of these values invokes an extra page to appear when exiting the menu. To
accept the changes made, move the line down to APPLY SETTINGS and press right. To ignore
them, press right on DISCARD SETTINGS.
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Advanced Setups Menu
The ADV SETUPS menu enables the user to access settings that would not be modified on a
regular basis. It is recommended that these settings be removed from normal access.
MAIN MENU
MIC SETUPS
ACTIVATE FEATURE
PRESET TOUR
PATTERN TOUR
PRESETS
COMMUNICATIONS
ADVANCED SETUPS
ALARMS
1/2
..ADV SETUPS..
IMAGE FLIP
PAN REVERSE
TILT REVERSE
SPEED SCALE
WIPE MODE
HOME TIME
..ADV SETUPS..
ON
ON
POS DISPLAY LINE 10
MIN INT SPEED 25 FPS
MAX GAIN LVL 28 DB
WIDE-D
OFF
AUTOPAN SPEED
26
PROPORTIONAL PTZ ON
PAN TIMEOUT
10/10
NORMAL
5 MIN
AUTO LOWLIGHT
..ADV SETUPS..
CLEAR SOFTSTOPS
MANUAL CONTROL
WASH WIPE POS
SET ZERO POS
UPPER LEFT SOFTSTOP
LOWER RIGHT SOFTSTOP
LEFT AUTOPAN LIMIT
RIGHT AUTOPAN LIMIT
1/4
2/4
ON
OFF
..ADV SETUPS..
MAP AUX TO PRESET
FIND END STOPS
RESET TO DEFAULTS
4/4
Menu Item
Description
Options
Default
IMAGE FLIP
Manually inverts the image from the camera module, which may be
ON/OFF
OFF
ON/OFF
OFF
ON/OFF
OFF
1-10
10/10
used on an inverted camera where the head cannot be rotated through
180 degrees. Note: Inverting the image normally requires some
modification of the control direction.
PAN REVERSE
Reverses the direction of the pan control. When the camera is inverted,
this returns the pan control to the correct direction. Ideal for use to
regain logical control if the unit was inverted.
TILT REVERSE
Inverts the tilt rotation of the camera. Reverses the direction of the tilt
control. When the camera is inverted, this returns the tilt control to the
correct direction. For use when the camera is mounted upside down.
SPEED SCALE
This feature provides a way of adjusting the responsivity of the camera
with respect to manual control inputs. The range is from 1 to 20, with
the speed scale approximately matching 5%, so 1 provides a speed
response of 5% and 20 provides full speed at 100%.
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Menu Item
Description
Options
Default
WIPE MODE
There are 3 modes for the wiper: Normal, Intermittent, and 5 Wipes.
NORMAL,
NORMAL
With Normal, the wiper will run while the button is depressed or
INT.,
between presses if latching. If Intermittent Wipe is on, instead of the
5 WIPES
camera continually wiping while activated, it will wipe approximately
twice every 60 seconds, until wipe is deactivated again. This function
would only be useful on systems with latching auxiliaries. The last
mode is 5 Wipes, which will perform 5 wipes every time the On
command is received.
In FV protocol, the wipe is stored as an auxiliary in the manual control
command, so if the wipe function is latched, the camera will receive a
Wipe On command every time the joystick is moved. So for this feature
a momentary wipe button would be preferable.
HOME TIME
The Home Time setting allows the user to determine the period of no
30 SEC,
control before the MIC activates the Home feature. This can be set to
1 MIN,
30 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes or 1 hour.
5 MIN,
5 MIN
1 HOUR
AUTO
LOWLIGHT
Decreases the shutter speed of the unit when the light levels drop,
ON/OFF
OFF
0-10
10
24dB
rather than increasing the gain. Motion blur on the video may occur if
the frame rate drops sufficiently low, which may not be ideal for a
camera which is continually moving. However if still, the images will
not have the grain associated with low light conditions. The gain at
which a change is made and the lowest frame rate can be controlled
via the MIN INT SPEED setting.
POS DISPLAY
Enables the user to specify the line on which the position display is
LINE
shown.
MAX GAIN LVL
Changes the current shutter speed when the gain reaches the Max
+2dB -
Gain Level down to a point which is the Min Integration Level. Adjusts
+28dB in 2dB
the maximum gain level that the gain control adjusts to when set to
steps
AUTO.
MIN INT
Controls the Auto Lowlight setting.
3/6/12/25 fps
28 fps
WIDE
The camera supports Wide Dynamic Range which manages to level out
ON, OFF
OFF
DYNAMIC
the brightness in an image where there is a large range of luminance.
RANGE
For example a camera inside where the video is half inside and half
1 - 255
50
ON, OFF
ON
ON, OFF
OFF
SPEED
outside, may normally expose for the outside part making the inside
very dark, or for the inside part making the outside very bright. Wide D
levels this out giving a more evenly exposed image.
AUTO PAN
This setting defines the speed at which the camera will pan between
SPEED
its defined auto pan limits when the feature is activated. The speed
ranges from 1 to 255.
PROPORTION
With Proportional PTZ enabled the camera will monitor the current
AL PTZ
zoom position and scale the pan and tilt speeds accordingly, which
provides more accurate control whilst zoomed in.
PAN TIMEOUT
This function stops the camera if continually panning for more than 60
seconds without user input. This function is typically used on systems
where STOP commands get lost due to noisy communication lines.
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Menu Item
Description
CLEAR SOFT
Clears any Soft stops that have been applied.
STOPS
Options
Default
RIGHT TO
N/A
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CLEAR
MANUAL
Gives the user 10 seconds of manual control of the camera to allow the operator to move the
CONTROL
camera to the desired position before the menu returns to its previous state.
WASH WIPE
Sets the wash position by pointing the camera at the washer nozzle
RIGHT TO SET
current
POSITION
and pressing right to set.
POS
camera
position
SET ZERO
Sets the zero degree (North) position when using the compass
RIGHT TO SET
POS
direction captions. For example, point the camera North, Set Zero Pos,
POS
N/A
resulting in the caption correctly displaying the compass heading.
UPPER LEFT
Soft Stops enable the user to set up an imaginary box within which the
RIGHT TO SET
AND LOWER
camera can move. There is only one zone available which is defined by
POS
RIGHT SOFT
first setting the Top Left and then the Bottom Right of the zone. Once
STOP
activated the MIC cannot be moved beyond the area set.
LEFT AND
These 2 settings define the limits within which the camera will pan at
RIGHT TO SET
RIGHT AUTO
the “Auto Pan Speed” when the “Auto Pan” feature is activated.
POS
MAP AUX TO
This option opens a submenu that allows certain features of the
WIPER,
PRESET
camera which would normally be controlled through Aux commands to
WASHER,
be mapped to Go To Preset commands. The features available for this
DIGITAL
are Wiper, Washer, Digital Zoom, Auto Iris, Auto Focus, and Auto Pan.
ZOOM,
For each function there are 3 options: Control, On Preset, and Off
AUTO IRIS,
Preset. The control field denotes if the function is activated by the
AUTO FOCUS,
normal aux command or through a preset. The other 2 options set the
AUTO PAN
Cleared
Cleared
PAN LIMITS
N/A
preset number to activate or deactivate each function. This provides
the ability to run all of the camera’s standard auxiliaries from a wider
range of control systems with varying direct aux support.
Note: If the control field of any of the functions is set to Go To Preset,
then the feature will not work using a standard button from a normal
controller. Similarly, if mapped to an Aux command, the preset values
indicated will have no effect.
FIND END
Rotates the tilt axis first down then up to its mechanical limit stops. It
RIGHT TO
STOPS
then stores a “soft” limit a few units back from these for normal use.
START
N/A
Note: manual control is not available during this process.
RESET TO
Resets to the default settings for all OSD menus.
DEFAULTS
5.7.1
CONFIRM
N/A
RESET, NO
Factory Defaults
Restores the camera unit to the Factory Default settings. See Section 5.14.1 Factory Defaults,
page 49.
5.7.2
Re-map Pelco Aux (Pelco D and P Protocols only)
The Pelco protocols (D and P) support 8 different auxiliaries, but do not define what function
each should perform. This feature enables the 8 available auxiliaries to be set to any of the 8
available functions (Auto Focus, Digital Zoom, Auto Iris, Wiper, Washer, OSD and Backlight).
By default, the auxiliaries are mapped as follows:
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Aux Number
Function
1
Auto Focus
2
Digital Zoom
3
Auto Iris
5
Wiper
6
Washer
7
OSD
8
Backlight
To change a mapping, select the auxiliary number from the 8 available, press right to select,
sand then scroll through the available functions using up and down control inputs.
5.8
Alarms Menu
The Alarms menu allows you to turn on and off alarm-related settings, learn alarm positions,
and set the status of the two (2) alarm relays.
Learn alarm pos reacts differently depending on the current alarm mode. If Auto Alarm is on
and Multi Alarm is off, this function saves the single Alarm Pos, which would be activated if
the tamper switch is triggered. If Multi Alarm is on, you can select which alarm position to
save by selecting Right, toggling up and down to the desired number, and then Right again to
save.
A MIC power supply has a single tamper switch / alarm input built in; however, if more are
required, a multi alarm plug-in board with 8 inputs and a washer drive function is available.
Along with the 8 inputs, the multi alarm card also features 2 output relays, which can be used
to either reset the activated alarm, or provide a signal to some other equipment.
The following settings control the behavior of the MIC 500 Series Camera as it detects
different alarm signals.
MAIN MENU
MIC SETUPS
ACTIVATE FEATURE
PRESET TOUR
PATTERN TOUR
PRESETS
COMMUNICATIONS
ADVANCED SETUPS
ALARMS
1/2
..ALARMS..
AUTO ALARM
OFF
MULTI ALARM
ALARM REARM
MANUAL CONTROL
LEARN ALARM POS
RELAY 1 STATUS
SET WITH ALARM
NORMALLY CLOSED
1/2
OFF
60 S
..ALARMS..
2/2
RELAY 2 STATUS:
SET WITH ALARM 5-8
NORMALLY CLOSED
1-4
Menu Item
Description
Options
AUTO ALARM
Enables use for both single or multi alarm functionality. With Auto Alarm
ON/OFF
on and Multi Alarm off, the unit monitors the tamper switch line, moving
to the programmable Alarm Position when the connection is grounded.
If Auto Alarm is turned off, the camera ignores any changes in the status
of the tamper line.
MULTI ALARM
Enables you to set up a separate position for each of the eight (8) alarm
ON/OFF
inputs. Any given alarm input triggers the camera to move to the
position to which it is associated. To enable this function, turn on Auto
Alarm and Multi Alarm.
ALARM REARM
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Menu Item
Description
Options
MANUAL CONTROL
Enables you to control the unit manually.
N/A
LEARN ALARM POS
Configure the tamper alarm or individual multialarm positions.
AUTO ALARM
35
POS OR 1 TO 12
RELAY 1 & 2 STATUS
See Section 5.8.1 Alarm Relays and Re-arm Time, page 35.
Normally Open/
Normally Closed
NORMALLY CLOSED
Disconnects the circuit when the relay is activated; the circuit is
N/A
connected when the relay is inactive.
NORMALLY OPEN
Connects the circuit when the relay is deactivated; the circuit is
N/A
connected when the relay is active.
(RELAY 1) SET WITH
See Section 6.8.1 Alarm Relays and Re-arm Time, Page 41.
Inputs 1 - 4 / Any
ALARM
(RELAY 2) SET WITH
Alarm
See Section 6.8.1 Alarm Relays and Re-arm Time, Page 41.
Inputs 5 - 8 / Any
ALARM
5.8.1
Alarm
Alarm Relays and Re-arm Time
The multi alarm card also provides 2 output relays which the camera activates under certain
programmable circumstances. The options are as follows:
Relay 1
Relay 2
Relay Activation Any Alarm Input
Alarm Inputs 1 - 4 Any Alarm Input Alarm Inputs 5 - 8
Relay State
Normally Closed
Normally Open
Normally Open
Normally Closed
For example, if alarm input 4 triggers the PSU, it can be configured to close relay 1 and open
relay 2, or open relay 1 and do nothing with relay 2, etc. This is a way of providing the alarm
information to other equipment or resetting the alarm which has activated.
The alarm rearm time allows the user to set a time between sequential triggers of the same
alarm, and for how long the relays are set to their activated state. This can be set to 1, 5, 10 or
60 seconds.
5.9
Sony Set Menu
The Sony Set menu enables the user to adjust camera settings such as: white balance, gain,
sharpness, sync, backlight, and shutter. The Sony Set menu stores up to ten (10) Sony Set
tables, each containing ten (10) separate camera controls. A complete setup for the camera
module (shutter speed, gain level, effect, etc.) can be saved and reloaded via a user’s input,
as compared to having to modify each setting separately.
These can also be mapped to a MIC 500 Series Camera function, such as a preset number,
alarm input, or normal running, enabling the user to set up an ANPR mode or similar at a given
preset position, or set the camera to a fixed shutter speed when a given alarm goes off.
As soon as the camera moves from a position where a mode has been loaded, it loads the
Sony Set which is mapped to normal running, returning the camera to its standard state.
Additionally, there is an option to map to nothing; these can be called as and when required
using the learn preset command associated with the Sony Set table.
Note: Mapping a Sony Set table to a given function may cause a slight delay before the desired
function is carried out, depending on the number of actions stored in the table.
MAIN MENU
2/2
SONY SET
SETUP
COMMANDS
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SONY SET
CAPTIONS
PRIVACY
POT TEST
MIC INFORMATION
ENTER PASSWORD
HELP
EXIT
MAPPED TO
NUMBER
PRESET
5
NO. COMMANDS
4
SETUP COMMAND LIST
SAVE SONYSET
EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
1 : WHITE BALANCE
: MANUAL
2 : SET RED GAIN
: 250
3 : EXPOSURE
: SHUTTER PRIORITY
4 : SET SHUTTER
: 10
Menu Item
Description
Options
MAPPED TO
This is the function to which the current Sony Set table is
Nothing / Normal /
mapped. If Sony Set 1 is MAPPED TO preset 23, and if you
Preset with PTZ /
perform a go to preset 23 action, the camera will also call up
Preset without PTZ /
Sony Set 1 from memory. ALARM maps to a given alarm input,
Alarm
PRESET W.OUT PTZ means that the camera calls the Sony Set
table but will not moved to the stored position associated with
that preset. NORMAL is the preset that is called whenever the
user moves away from a different mapping; if a Preset mapped
SonySet is called, and then you move away from this position,
the NORMAL Sony Set is called.
NUMBER
This is the value associated with the MAPPED TO field. Only valid
N/A / Preset 1-64 /
for some functions, PRESET WITH PTZ, PRESET W.OUT PTZ and
Multi Alarm 1-12
ALARM (multi alarm only).
NO. COMMANDS
The number of commands available in the currently selected
1-10
Sony Set table.
SETUP COMMAND LIST Sub page for defining each command and associated value.
5.9.1
Mapping to a MIC 500 Series Camera Function
If utilizing the mapping functionality of the Sony Set options, there should be a Sony Set table
(1 as default) mapped to normal which changes all of the options set in the other tables back
to a default condition for the camera.
For example, for an ANPR setup on preset 10, table 2 should resemble something as follows:
Function
Value
Exposure
Shutter Priority
Shutter Set
14
To ensure that the camera returns to a normal state once leaving this preset, one of the Sony
Set tables must be mapped to Normal and have the following in it:
Function
Value
Exposure
Auto
The normal setup is also loaded on boot. Mapping to an alarm works in exactly the same way
as the preset mapping, being called when the respective alarm input is triggered. If Multi
Alarms is not switched on, then the table can be mapped to the tamper switch input.
The Sony Set sub menu is called in the same way as Setup Tour in that a Sony Set table
number, 1 to 10, must be selected before it is opened.
There are 3 options on the main page which set up the overall information of the Sony Set
table, with the individual commands being specified on the Setup Command List sub menu. If
Preset is selected on the Mapped To option, the number option becomes available, allowing a
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preset number to be saved. This is similar for the alarms; however, the number is only visible
if Multi Alarm is turned on, otherwise the Sony Set table is automatically mapped to the single
alarm input (tamper switch).
Mapping to nothing saves the table information but it is not automatically called up at any
time by the camera. For Nothing, and Normal mapping, the number option becomes
unavailable. This submenu can only be exited through the Save and Exit or Exit Without Saving
option.
The Setup Commands option loads in the table selected, showing 4 commands per page, each
displaying the selected command type and its associated value. These are set as with any
other options in the menu by selecting the appropriate line, Right, then using up and down to
move through the list.
Changing the command type will change the setting for that type to the default value so the
command type should be selected first and then the options second.
Setting
Options
Mapped To
Nothing / Normal / Preset with PTZ/ Preset without PTZ/ Alarm
Number
N/A / Preset 1-64 / Multi Alarm 1-12
No. of Commands
1-10
The list of available controls and values is below.
Setting
Values Available
Camera Zoom
0-28672
Digital Zoom
ON / OFF
Set Focus
4096-49152
Focus Mode
Auto/Manual
Focus Control
One Push Trigger / Force Infinity
AF Sensitivity
High / Low
Focus Near Limit
4096-49152
White Balance
Auto / Indoor / Outdoor / One Push / Auto Tracing /Manual / One
Push Trigger
Red Gain
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
Red Gain Set
0-255
Blue Gain
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
Blue Gain Set
0-255
Exposure
Auto / Manual / Shutter Priority / Iris Priority / Gain Priority /
Slow Shutter
Auto / Manual
Shutter
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
Shutter Set
0-19
Iris
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
Iris Set
0-19
Gain
Reset/Plus 1/Minus 1
Gain Set
0-7
Brightness
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
Brightness Set
0-19
Bright / Shutter / Auto / Iris Auto / Gain Auto
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Values Available
Exposure Compensation Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1 / ON/OFF
Exposure Comp Set
0-14
Backlight
ON/OFF
Aperture
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
Aperture Set
0-15
Low Lux
ON/OFF
Hi Resolution
ON/OFF
Left / Right Reverse
ON/OFF
Freeze Frame
ON/OFF
Effect
OFF / Negative / Black and White
On-screen Data
ON/OFF
Caption Display
ON/OFF
Lens Recalibrate
N/A
Picture Flip
ON/OFF
Following is a sequence of tables indicating the real settings in the camera module to which
the above settings correspond. These values are based on a PAL FCB 1010 and may vary
slightly dependent on if the camera is NTSC or if it is a different module.
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Brightness Value
Iris Setting
Gain Setting
1
Closed
0 db
2
F28
0 db
3
F22
0 db
4
F19
0 db
5
F16
0 db
6
F14
0 db
7
F11
0 db
8
F9.6
0 db
9
F8
0 db
10
F6.8
0 db
11
F5.6
0 db
12
F4.8
0 db
13
F4
0 db
14
F3.4
0 db
15
F2.8
0 db
16
F2.4
0 db
17
F2
0 db
18
F1.6
+2 dB
19
F1.6
+4 dB
20
F1.6
+6 dB
21
F1.6
+8 dB
22
F1.6
+10 dB
23
F1.6
+12 dB
24
F1.6
+14 dB
25
F1.6
+16 dB
26
F1.6
+18 dB
27
F1.6
+20 dB
28
F1.6
+22 dB
29
F1.6
+24 dB
30
F1.6
+26 dB
31
F1.6
+28 dB
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Focus Pos
Focus Distance
4096
Over Infinity
8192
20 m
12288
10 m
16384
5m
20480
3m
24576
2m
28672
1.5 m
32768
32 cm
36864
9.5 cm
40960
4.5 cm
45056
2.0 cm
49152
1.0 cm
Table 5.4
Sony Set Focus Position Table
Exposure Comp Value
Iris Setting
Gain Setting
0
-7
-10.5 dB
1
-6
-9.0 dB
2
-5
-7.5 dB
3
-4
-6.0 dB
4
-3
-4.5 dB
5
-2
-3.0 dB
6
-1
-1.5 dB
7
0
0 dB
8
+1
+1.5 dB
9
+2
+3.0 dB
10
+3
+4.5 dB
11
+4
+6.0 dB
12
+5
+7.5 dB
13
+6
+9.0 dB
14
+7
+10.5 dB
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Iris Value
41
Iris Setting
Closed
1
F28
2
F22
3
F19
4
F16
5
F14
6
F11
7
F9.6
8
F8
9
F6.8
10
F5.6
11
F4.8
12
F4
13
F3.4
14
F2.8
15
F2.4
16
F2
17
F1.6
Table 5.6
Sony Set Iris Settings Table
Gain Value
Gain Setting
0
-2 dB
1
0 dB
2
+2 dB
3
+4 dB
4
+6 dB
5
+8 dB
6
+10 dB
7
+12 dB
8
+14 dB
9
+16 dB
10
+18 dB
11
+20 dB
12
+22 dB
13
+24 dB
14
+26 dB
15
+28 dB
Table 5.7
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Shutter Value
Shutter Speed
0
1
1
1/2
2
1/3
3
1/6
4
1/12
5
1/25
6
1/50
7
1/75
8
1/100
9
1/120
10
1/150
11
1/215
12
1/300
13
1/425
14
1/600
15
1/1000
16
1/1250
17
1/1750
18
1/2500
19
1/3500
20
1/6000
21
1/10000
Table 5.8
5.10
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Sony Set Shutter Value Table
Captions Menu
The CAPTIONS menu has three (3) caption options for a variety of installation requirements:
Normal (default) Captions, Preset Captions, and Sector Captions. Preset and Sector captions
cannot be used simultaneously; however, a default caption, preset or sector caption, and the
position display can all appear on separate lines at the same time. Captions controlling the
default, preset, and sector captions can be enabled or disabled. The position display has its
own ON/OFF option.
All captions have a 20 character limit, can be positioned on 1 of 11 lines available on the
screen, and can be left-, center- or right-aligned.
MAIN MENU
SONY SET
CAPTIONS
PRIVACY
POT TEST
MIC INFORMATION
ENTER PASSWORD
HELP
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OFF
CAPTION MODE PRESET
V POSITION
10
H POSITION
RIGHT
COLOUR
WHITE
SETUP NORMAL CAPTION
SETUP PRESET CAPTION
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CAPTION STATUS
Description
Options
Default
Defines if MIC on screen captions are
ON/OFF
OFF
Preset, Sector
Preset
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turned on or off.
CAPTION MODE
Defines if the captions displayed are Sector
or Preset.
V POSITION
Defines the vertical position of the caption.
0-10 - Line Number
10
H POSITION
Defines the location of the caption.
Left, Center, Right
Right
Defines what color the caption is displayed
White, Red, Green, Cyan, White
on the video.
Blue, Violet, or Yellow
COLOUR
SETUP NORMAL CAPTION Opens the Normal Caption input screen to
20 Character String
N/A
20 Character String
N/A
allow normal (default) captions to be set.
SETUP PRESET CAPTION
Opens the Preset Caption input screen to
allow preset captions to be set.
5.10.1
Default Caption
The default caption is a caption that is always visible on the video output when captions are
switched on. It is most commonly used to indicate the name of the position or number of the
unit.
5.10.2
Preset Captions
There is a separate caption available for each individual preset, which is called up as the
camera is sent to a given position. The caption is removed once the camera is moved from this
position. These can be used to indicate specifically what the camera is seeing, at each preset
position. Entering “- -”, into the preset caption inserts the current preset number. For
example, if the caption “PRESET - -”, was saved to all 64 presets, preset 10 would show
“PRESET 10", and preset 45 would show “PRESET 45", etc.
5.10.3
Sector Captions
If Sector Captions are enabled, the captions for the presets can be set to display within given
pan regions around the 360. One complete revolution is separated into 64 segments, each of
which can be set to call different preset captions between 1 and 64. This enables the user to
set names for streets etc. These captions are updated continually as the camera is panned.
These can be set up as a different caption for each sector or can be grouped, so that 0 to 180
degrees shows “NORTH CARPARK” and 180 to 360 degrees shows “SOUTH CARPARK.”
5.10.4
Setting Captions
The captions submenu allows the setting of the default caption, and the preset or sector
captions as well as the associated options. The main page contains settings that relate to all
three (3) caption modes such as position and color, and determine if captions are used and if
so which ones. The vertical position selects a line from 0 to 10 (0 at the top of the screen and
10 at the bottom).
The last two options open further submenus. The first opens the page allowing set up of the
default/normal caption for the camera. The second opens either Preset Captions or Sector
Captions, dependent on the state of Caption Mode.
The Normal Caption screen allows the input of a 20 character string, and then the options to
save or blank the current caption. This submenu can be exited by sending a left command
(nothing will be saved or cleared). To change the caption, select the line with right,
highlighting it green and making the first character flash, and then scroll through the available
characters using up and down. Once the first letter is set, use left and right to move along the
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string, or go back to the menu screen to save or discard the changes. The characters available
are as follows: 0123456789-.: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
If the caption is cleared (i.e., all spaces), the following is displayed: “:::: NO CAPTION ::::.” This
disappears as soon as 1 or more of the characters are set.
Note: Adding caption functions to the camera may cause slight control delays or overshoots
on presets.
..CAPTIONS..
..NORMAL CAPTION..
..PRESET CAPTION..
CAPTION STATUS
ON
CAPTION MODE PRESET
V POSITION
3
H POSITION
CENTER
COLOUR
WHITE
SET CAPTION:
::::NO CAPTION::::
PRESET NO.
GOTO PRESET
SET CAPTION
::::NO CAPTION::::
BLANK SINGLE
BLANK 1-64
SAVE SINGLE
SAVE 1-64
BLANK NORMAL CAPTION
SET NORMAL CAPTION
SETUP NORMAL CAPTION
SETUP PRESET CAPTION
1.
1
The Preset Caption menu works in much the same way. There is an extra option to set
the preset number with which the caption will be saved, and a few additional save or
clear options. Blank Single or Save Single will clear or save the caption for the preset
selected under the Preset No. option. Blank 1-64 or Save 1-64 performs the same process
but to every preset available. If “- -” is entered into the preset caption at any point, then
the preset number is inserted. A quick way to set this up is to save “PRESET - -” to all
presets.
2.
Sector Captions require 3 details. The first is the sector number, which each number
relates to a different caption, of which 64 are available. Then, the start and end of the
sector in degrees must be defined. They can overlap, but the sector being overwritten
takes on the latest value. The caption is entered in the same way as above and saved in
the same way. One extra feature on this page is the View Sector Table which opens up a
set of 4 pages displaying the number of each sector 1 to 64 and the sector (caption)
number associated with it. This is only for viewing purposes so there are no settings
available on these pages. A left command moves the focus back to the Sector Captions
page.
..SECTOR CAPTION..
..SECTOR TABLE 1/4..
..SECTOR TABLE 2/4..
SECTOR NO.
1
START: DEGREES
0
END : DEGREES
0
SET CAPTION
::::NO CAPTION::::
BLANK SECTOR CAPTION
SET SECTOR CAPTION
VIEW SECTOR TABLE
SECTOR - CAPTION
SECTOR - CAPTION
01-01
04-01
07-01
10-01
13-01
16-01
17-01 18-01
20-01 21-01
23-01 24-01
26-01 27-01
29-01 30-01
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08-01
11-01
14-01
03-01
06-01
09-01
12-01
15-01
19-01
22-01
25-01
28-01
31-01
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Menu Item
Options
Caption Status
ON/OFF
Caption Mode
Preset/Sector
Vertical Position
0-10 - Line Number
Horizontal Align
Left/Center/Right
Color
White/Red/Green/Cyan/Blue/Violet/Yellow
Normal Caption
20 Char String
Preset Number
1-64
Preset Caption
20 Char String
Sector Number
1-64 5.625° (degrees) per sector, 16 sectors per 90° (degrees)
Sector Start
0-360 in 64 Steps
Sector End
0-360 in 64 Steps
Sector Caption
20 Char String
Table 5.9
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Privacy Menu
The PRIVACY menu enables the user to mask sensitive areas. With a privacy card fitted and
the privacy option chosen, the user can define an infinite number of 3D privacy zones over the
full pan and tilt range of the unit. Note: This function is not available on all MIC 500 models.
MAIN MENU
SONY SET
CAPTIONS
PRIVACY
POT TEST
MIC INFORMATION
SET USER ACCESS
HELP
EXIT
2/2 a
..PRIVACY..
MANUAL CONTROL
MASK WHOLE SCREEN
CLEAR WHOLE SCREEN
Menu Item
Description
MASK WHOLE SCREEN
Masks out area to prevent it from being viewed for the complete video picture as it is
currently viewed.
CLEAR WHOLE SCREEN
Clears the whole screen or removes the privacy mask for the complete video picture as
it is currently viewed.
MANUAL CONTROL
Works as in the Preset sub menu giving 10 secs of movement before returning to the
same page. This means all privacy masks can be set through the menu controls.
5.11.1
Mask / Clear Whole
This setting either sets or clears the privacy mask for the whole current video screen. To set a
mask for a window, zoom in until the area is full screen, and then select Mask Whole. Use the
same process with Clear Whole, to clear or trim privacy masks.
5.11.2
Setting the Privacy Zones
The privacy sub menu contains a few of the common privacy controls. Further setups can be
found via the Cam-set Configuration Tool. Mask whole screen and clear whole screen set or
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remove the privacy mask for the complete video picture as it is currently viewed. Manual
control works as in the Preset sub menu, giving 10 secs of movement before returning to the
same page, which means all privacy masks can be set through the menu controls.
5.12
Pot Test Menu
The POT TEST menu enables the user to view the current position, motor readings, and
internal PSU level of the unit.
When Start is selected, a screen indicating current pan and tilt positions and their respective
motor PWM readings appears. At the bottom of the screen, the current internal voltage is
displayed in Volts. To cancel the test, send a left command and then left again to return to the
main menu.
MAIN MENU
SONY SET
CAPTIONS
PRIVACY
POT TEST
MIC INFORMATION
ENTER PASSWORD
HELP
EXIT
2/2
POT TEST
SPEED
DIRECTION
POT TEST
50
LEFT
START
PAN : TILT
POS : PWM : POS: PWM
__________________________
3507:159 :700 :400
PSU : 17.7 V
Menu Item
Description
SPEED
Sets the speed of the unit for the POT test (range 1-255).
DIRECTION
Sets the direction of the unit for the POT test (options Left, Right, Up, Down).
START
Initiates the Pot Test process. Continual commands are sent requesting the MIC 500 Series
Camera current data, the responses are decoded and data printed and plotted on the display.
PAN : TILT
Indicates the current position in Pan and Tilt in Red and Blue respectively, over the range of 4096
units for 360 degrees rotation.
PWM
Indicates the current PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) of the motor with Pan and Tilt being
indicated in Green and Purple respectively. This indicates how hard the motors are working.
PSU Level
5.13
Shows the Voltage level of the main power rail in the MIC 500 Series Camera.
MIC Information Menu
The MIC Information menu provides access to a number of statistics which are recorded in
the memory of the MIC 500 Series Camera, mainly for engineering purposes. These statistics
can be viewed through the on-screen menu or Cam-set, but cannot be cleared without a
password from the manufacturer.
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SONY SET
CAPTIONS
PRIVACY
POT TEST
MIC INFORMATION
SET USER ACCESS
HELP
EXIT
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.. MIC INFO 2/15 ..
OFF
OFF
GENERAL MIC INFO
ADDRESS
:
1
SOFTWARE
: 500 A 1.00P
PROTOCOL
: BOSCH
BAUDRATE
: 9600
COMMS
:NONE, 8, 1
044452198803010002
CAM ZOOM
:18X
GOTO PRESET
WIPER ON
WIPER OFF
WASHER ON
WASHER OFF
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N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
DIG. ZOOM ON N/A
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GOTO PRESET MAPPING
DIG. ZOOM OFF
N/A
AUTO IRIS ON
N/A
AUTO IRIS OFF
N/A
AUTO FOCUS ON
N/A
AUTO FOCUS OFF
N/A
AUTO PAN ON
N/A
AUTO PAN OFF
N/A
.. MIC INFO 4/15 ..
GOTO PRESET MAPPING
.. MIC INFO 5/15 ..
GOTO PRESET MAPPING
SONY SET 1
SONY SET 2
SONY SET 3
SONY SET 4
SONY SET 5
SONY SET 6
SONY SET 7
SONY SET 8
SONY SET 9
SONY SET 10
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
.. MIC INFO 6/15 ..
CURRENT MIC SETTINGS
.. MIC INFO 7/15 ..
CURRENT MIC SETTINGS
IMAGE FLIP
PAN REVERSE
TILT REVERSE
SPEED SCALE
PROPORTIONAL PTZ
AUTOPAN SPEED
AUTO FLIP
AUTO ALARM
OFF
MULTI ALARM
OFF
ALARM REARM
60 S
WIPE MODE
NORMAL
WASH-WIPE
OFF
ON
ON
ON
10/10
ON
2
OFF
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CURRENT MIC SETTINGS
CAPTION STATUS
ON
CAPTION MODE SECTOR
AUTO HOME
OFF
HOME TO
TOUR
HOME TIME
5 MIN
PAN TIMEOUT
OFF
.. MIC INFO 11/15 ..
CONTROL CARD DATA
.. MIC INFO 13/15 ..
DAY : HR : MIN : SEC
TIME TILTING
0:0:0:0
TIME WIPING
0:0:0:0
.. MIC INFO 14/15 ..
DAY : HR : MIN : SEC
TIME ON TOUR
0:0:0:0
SERIAL : XXXXXXXXXXX
ISSUE : 8A
DATE : 26/11/08
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
.. MIC INFO 8/15 ..
CURRENT MIC SETTINGS
OSD
OFF
POS DISPLAY
OFF
POS DISPLAY LINE 0
DIGITAL ZOOM
OFF
AUTO LOWLIGHT OFF
MIN INT SPEED 25 FPS
MAX GAIN LVL 28 DB
WIDE-D
OFF
.. MIC INFO 12/15 ..
DAY : HR : MIN : SEC
POWERED UP FOR
/ :0:0:0:0
TIME STATIONARY
0:0:0:0
TIME PANNING
0:0:0:0
.. MIC INFO 15/15 ..
PARITY ERRORS
0
FRAMING ERRORS
0
OVERRUN ERRORS
0
WATCHDOG REBOOTS
0
.. MIC INFO 16/15 ..
TEMPERATURE CELCIUS
CURRENT
40.9
MAX
46.6
MIN
40.9
HUMIDITY
PERCENT
CURRENT
44.2
MAX
48.2
MIN
44.2
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Temperature and Humidity
The temperature and humidity inside the MIC 500 Series Camera head can be monitored,
with ranges of -40 °C to 120 °C and 0% to 100%, respectively. A humidity alarm is
included which shows an “H” in the top left of the video screen if the internal humidity
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rises over 70%. If this is displayed, contact the manufacturer for assistance. Min, max,
and current readings of temperature and humidity are recorded.
–
Statistical Timers
There are a number of timers built in which indicate how long the MIC 500 Series Camera
has been performing various functions. These include time since built, time stationary,
time panning, time tilting, time wiping, and time on tour. These are stored and displayed
in days, hours, minutes, and seconds.
–
Communication Errors
Also included on the on screen menu is a display of the number of communications errors
the MIC 500 Series Camera has detected. Parity, framing, and overrun errors are all
separately counted. These errors may be useful in diagnosing a noisy communications
line.
5.13.1
MIC Information Menus
The MIC 500 Series Camera Information pages are accessible from the main menu and offer
the user a quick way of viewing current settings and measurements. Up and down commands
scroll through the pages available.
5.14
Set User Access Menu
The Set User Access Menu contains the name of each of the Main Menu options where a
simple Yes or No option indicates if shown under normal use. When the menu is exited and reopened, the password access is reset and only the items selected are visible to the user. At
the top of the first user access page are 2 options: “Set Full Access” and “Set No Access.”
These allow and disable all features respectively by selecting with a right command.
MAIN MENU
SONY SET
CAPTIONS
PRIVACY
POT TEST
MIC INFORMATION
SET USER ACCESS
HELP
EXIT
2/2
..USER ACCESS 1/2..
..USER ACCESS 2/2..
SET FULL ACCESS
SET NO ACCESS
COMMUNICATIONS
ADVANCED SETUPS
ALARMS
SONY SET
CAPTIONS
PRIVACY
POT TEST
MIC SETUPS
ACTIVATE FEATURE
PRESET TOURS
PATTERN TOURS
PRESETS
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Menu Item
Description
MIC SETUPS
See Section 5.1 MIC Setups Menu, page 24
ACTIVATE FEATURE
See Section 5.2 Activate Feature Menu, page 26
PRESET TOURS
See Section 5.3 Preset Tour Menu, page 26
PATTERN TOURS
See Section 5.4 Pattern Tour Menu, page 28
PRESETS
See Section 5.5 Presets Menu, page 29
COMMUNICATIONS
See Section 5.6 Communications Menu, page 30
ADVANCED SETUPS
See Section 5.7 Advanced Setups Menu, page 31
ALARMS
See Section 5.8 Alarms Menu, page 34
SONY SET
See Section 5.9 Sony Set Menu, page 35
CAPTIONS
See Section 5.10 Captions Menu, page 42
PRIVACY
See Section 5.11 Privacy Menu, page 45
POT TEST
See Section 5.12 Pot Test Menu, page 46
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Factory Defaults
The unit’s original Factory Default settings through its on screen menus are as follows:
Setting
Default Value
Image Flip
OFF
Pan Reverse
OFF
Tilt Reverse
OFF
Intermittent Wipe
OFF
Digital Zoom
OFF
Wash Wipe
OFF
Auto Home
OFF
Home To
Preset
Auto Alarm
OFF
Multi Alarm
OFF
Auto Lowlight
OFF
Auto Flip
OFF
Position Display
OFF
Position Display Line
OFF
Min Integration Level
6 fps
Max Gain Level
+24dB
OSD
OFF
Pan Timeout
OFF
Captions
OFF
Caption Mode
Preset
Zero Pan Pos
0
Zero Tilt Pos
Current Tilt Pos
Alarm Rearm
1 Sec
Relay 1 Activated
Alarms 1-4
Relay 1 State
Normally Closed
Relay 2 Activated
Alarms 5-8
Relay 2 State
Normally Closed
Communication Errors
Cleared
Menu Access
None
Default Caption
Cleared
Preset Captions
Cleared
Soft Stops
Cleared
Presets
Set to current pos
Tour Default Dwell
10 Secs
Tour Random Dwell Min
1
Tour Random Dwell Max
10
Tour Random Preset Min
1
Tour Random Preset Max
64
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Setting
Default Value
Tour (Step : Preset : Dwell)
1 : 1 : Default
2 : 2 : Default
3 : 3 : Default
4 : 4 : Default
5 : 5 : Default
Sony Set Table 1 Mapped To
Normal
Sony Set Table 1
Auto Focus, Auto White Balance,
Auto Exposure, Effect Off
Sony Set Table 2 - 10 Mapped To Nothing
Sectors
5.15
Cleared
Help Menu
The Help Menu provides users information on where to get additional help.
MAIN MENU
SONY SET
CAPTIONS
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POT TEST
MIC INFORMATION
SET USER ACCESS
HELP
EXIT
5.16
..HELP..
WEBSITE
WWW.BOSCHSECURITY.COM
SUPPORT
USA
1 888 289 0096
EMEA
131 40 2577 284
ASIA
65 6319 3450
Self Diagnosis
Self diagnosis runs basic tests indicating any faults with the unit. There are three ways to
initiate the test: a Go To preset 86 command; the last option under MIC Setups on the OnScreen Menu; and the camera can self-start the test on boot if the user loops the telemetry to
itself (TxA to RxA, and TxB and RxB). On a system where there may be a communication issue,
the last option is likely to be the best. This should be checked directly at the PSU first and
then in the control room, as there may be a fault in the setup between the two not allowing
the MIC to talk to itself.
Running a Self Diagnosis Test
The MIC 500 Series Camera moves to a specified test position, then checks for valid resolver
readings and reliable camera module communications. Then, the camera tests the pan and tilt
drives and camera zoom. Finally, it activates the wiper (seen from the pole base or on the
video). The results of each test are displayed as they are completed. If all of the tests pass,
but the camera still does not work properly, there may be a problem elsewhere in the system.
If any faults are detected, call the manufacturer for assistance.
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MIC 500 Series Aux Controls
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The following table identifies the Auxiliary (Aux) codes of a MIC running Bosch protocol.
Table 1.1
Au
Setting
Values Available
Auto Pan
On: Starts Auto Pan between Scan Limits.
x
2
Tilt can be adjusted.
Off: Stops Auto Pan.
3
Iris Control
On: Iris Auto
Off: Iris Manual
4
Focus Control
On: Focus Auto
Off: Focus Manual
7
Plays Pre-position Tour 2 On: Starts Tour 2
Off: Stops Tour 2
8
Plays Pre-position Tour 1 On: Starts Tour 1
Off: Stops Tour 1
9
Inactive Home Return
On: Toggles between Return Home (Preset 99) or
Return Pre-position Tour (Inactivity after 300 seconds.)
Off: Inactive Home Return OFF
50
Play Pattern Tour 1
On: Plays Pattern 1
Off: Stops playing Pattern 1
52
Play Pattern Tour 2
On: Plays Pattern 2
Off: Stops playing Pattern 2
100 Record Pattern Tour 1
On: Records Pattern 1
Off: Stops recording Pattern 1
101 Record Pattern Tour 2
On: Records Pattern 2
Off: Stops recording Pattern 2
246 Fast Address Stage 1
On: Continues to Stage 2 in Fast address reprogram
Off: Cancels fast address reprogram
292 Fast Address Stage 2
On: Continues to Stage 3, which requires controller to move
to new address and “PRESS ON 1 ENTER”
Off: Cancels fast address reprogram
401 Wiper
On: Closes Wiper Relay
Off: Opens Wipe Relay
402 Washer
On: Closes Washer Relay (Wipes if washwipe is enabled)
Off: Opens Washer Relay
417 Protocol Change Stage 1 Continues to Stage 2
418 Protocol Change Stage 2 Takes next Aux as Protocol and Address Byte
420 On Screen menu
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MIC 500 Preset Controls
The section below lists the preset codes supported from the Bosch protocol, and the extras
that have been added to provide greater functionality directly with the Cam-set. Presets are
used to learn and return to specific positions, but in some cases are also used to enable (turn
on) and disable (turn off) a number of functions in the MIC unit.
The term “Learn Preset” is a term given to commands that store a position (for example, pan,
tilt, or zoom) that can be recalled at any given time with that command. The number of preset
positions varies between protocols, but all operate in the same manner.
The term “Go To Presets” is a term given to commands that recall a preset position, so that
the MIC unit moves to a pre-defined position and stays at this position until another command
is received.
In some cases it may not be possible to learn presets that are of high value because of
limitation of controllers and/or interfacing hardware. Bosch recommends using Universal
Camset when commissioning a MIC unit on site, and directly connecting the unit using the
MIC-USB485CVTR or another RS485 converter.
NOTICE!
Learn presets that are not listed in the table below may cause unexpected behavior of the MIC
unit and should be avoided.
Preset Number
1 - 64
1
62
63
50 - 57
Learn and Go to Preset Function
Preset Positions
Auto Home Position
Wash Wipe Position
Auto Alarm Position
Multi Alarm Positions (1 - 8)
Preset Number
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
98
99
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
Go To / Shot Preset Function
On Screen menu
Self Diagnosis
Play Pattern One
Stop Pattern One
Record Pattern One
Play Pattern Two
Stop Pattern Two
Record Pattern Two
Find End Stops
Show Boot Message
Execute Sony Set 1
Execute Sony Set 2
Execute Sony Set 3
Execute Sony Set 4
Execute Sony Set 5
Execute Sony Set 6
Execute Sony Set 7
Execute Sony Set 8
Execute Sony Set 9
Execute Sony Set 10
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Preset Number
180
181
188
189
190
191
194
195
198
199
200
201
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
251
255
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E-Flip On
E-Flip Off
Picture Flip On
Picture Flip Off
Tilt Reverse Enable
Tilt Reverse Disable
Pan Reverse Enable
Pan Reverse Disable
Intermittent Wiper On
Intermittent Wiper Off
Set Top Left Soft Stop
Set Bottom Right Soft Stop
Auto Home to Preset
Auto Home to Tour
Auto Home Off
Multi Alarms Enable
Multi Alarms Disable
Digital Zoom Disable
Digital Zoom Enable
Set Preset Tour No. to 1
Set Preset Tour No. to 2
Set Preset Tour No. to 3
Set Preset Tour No. to 4
Auto Home to Pattern
Auto Flip On
Auto Flip Off
Wash Wipe Enable
Wash Wipe Disable
Set Cursor (Privacy)
Initialise Parameters (Privacy)
Load Parameters (Privacy)
Save Parameters (Privacy)
Clear Cursor
Show Cursor
Clear Pixel
Mark Pixel
Change Mask Style
Hide Mask Style
Show Mask Style
Replace All
Uncover All
Clear Whole Screen
Mask Whole Screen
Auto Alarm Enable
Auto Alarm Disable
Auto Lowlight Enable
Auto Lowlight Disable
Recalibrate Camera Module
Load Factory Defaults
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MIC Series 500 Camera
MIC 500 Model Numbers and Descriptions
The tables below list the model numbers and descriptions of the different MIC 500 Series
cameras available.
Table 1.2
MIC 500 Series Models with Privacy Function and Heater
Model No.
MIC-500-ALB18N
MIC-500-ALB18P
MIC-500-ALB36N
MIC-500-ALB36P
MIC-500-ALW18N
MIC-500-ALW18P
MIC-500-ALW36N
MIC-500-ALW36P
Table 1.3
Description
Aluminum, 18X NTSC, BLACK
Aluminum, 18X PAL, BLACK
Aluminum, 36X NTSC, BLACK
Aluminum, 36X PAL, BLACK
Aluminum, 18X NTSC, WHITE
Aluminum, 18X PAL, WHITE
Aluminum, 36X NTSC, WHITE
Aluminum, 36X PAL, WHITE
MIC 500 Series Models WITHOUT Privacy Function and Heater
Model No.
MIC500ALBUR14618P
MIC500ALBUR14636P
MIC500ALAUR14618P
MIC500ALAUR14636P
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Description
Aluminum, 18X PAL, BLACK
Aluminum, 36X PAL, BLACK
Aluminum, 18X PAL, WHITE
Aluminum, 36X PAL, WHITE
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