Siemens CCBS1337-MP Instruction manual

1/3 inch Super High-Res
Day-Night Camera
CCBS1337-LP
CCBS1337-MP
Instruction Manual
Fire Safety & Security Products
Siemens Building Technologies
Data and design subject to change without notice. / Supply subject to availability.
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Dear Customer
By selecting this SIEMENS product, you have chosen a professional device that
guarantees the highest possible quality and reliability. We would like to thank you
very much for your confidence in our products and kindly ask you to read the
following instructions carefully before installing and using the product, in order to
take full advantage of all quality features included in this product line.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose this product to rain or
moisture. It should be installed by a qualified service person and should conform to
all local codes. Please connect the equipment to a 12 V DC or 24 V AC Class 2
power supply if the LP camera model is to be installed.
Contents
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1.1
1.2
1.3
General Information ................................................................................5
General Safety Precautions ......................................................................5
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) .......................................................5
Manufacturer's Declaration of Conformity.................................................6
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Ordering Data ..........................................................................................6
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Package Contents ...................................................................................6
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
General Guidelines .................................................................................7
Operation & Storage .................................................................................7
Cleaning ....................................................................................................7
Transportation ...........................................................................................7
CCD Characteristics..................................................................................7
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5.1
5.2
Technical Specifications ........................................................................8
Dimensions ...............................................................................................8
Product Specifications ..............................................................................8
6
6.1
6.2
6.3
Camera Parts & Connections ..............................................................10
Camera Parts ..........................................................................................10
Connector Pin Definitions .......................................................................11
OSD Setting Hierarchy............................................................................12
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7.1
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
7.2.4
7.2.5
7.2.6
7.2.7
7.2.8
7.2.9
7.2.10
7.2.11
7.2.12
7.2.13
7.2.14
7.2.14.1
7.2.14.2
7.2.14.3
7.2.14.4
7.2.14.5
7.2.14.6
7.2.14.7
7.2.14.8
7.2.15
7.2.15.1
7.2.15.2
7.2.15.3
7.2.15.4
7.2.15.5
7.2.15.6
Installing the Camera............................................................................13
Installation ...............................................................................................13
Function Settings ....................................................................................13
D/N MODE ..............................................................................................14
D/N LEVEL..............................................................................................15
D/N DELAY .............................................................................................15
EXPOSURE ............................................................................................16
SHUTTER ...............................................................................................16
GAIN .......................................................................................................17
SYNC ......................................................................................................17
BLC .........................................................................................................18
WHITE BAL.............................................................................................18
GAMMA...................................................................................................19
APERTURE.............................................................................................19
MIRROR..................................................................................................20
PRIVACY ZONE .....................................................................................20
OPTION ..................................................................................................21
BLEMISH DET .......................................................................................21
BACK FOCUS........................................................................................21
ALARM FUNC........................................................................................21
ALARM OUT ..........................................................................................22
ALARM DELAY ......................................................................................22
ALARM TEXT.........................................................................................22
CHROMA ...............................................................................................22
CAMERA TEXT......................................................................................22
REMOTE.................................................................................................23
MODEL ..................................................................................................23
ADDRESS..............................................................................................23
BAUD RATE...........................................................................................23
PROTOCOL ...........................................................................................24
SOFT VER: ............................................................................................24
PATTERN ..............................................................................................24
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7.2.16
7.2.17
7.2.18
7.2.19
NEXT/ BACK ...........................................................................................24
EXIT ........................................................................................................24
CANCEL..................................................................................................24
DEFAULT ................................................................................................24
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Index .......................................................................................................25
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General Information
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General Information
1.1
General Safety Precautions
Read these instructions carefully before connecting the camera in order to avoid
damage caused by improper installation or use.
Installation may be done only by authorized personnel according to the local
safety regulations.
Operate the camera only with the designated voltage.
Follow the safety instructions for the camera.
Never use the camera for purposes other than those designated.
Repairs and adjustments to the camera may be done only by authorized
personnel.
If liquids or objects get into the housing, disconnect the camera from the power
supply and have it checked by your authorized dealer before using it again.
(Danger of electric shock!)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment may generate, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used according to instructions, may cause harmful
interference with radio communications.
Be aware that any modifications not explicitly approved in this manual may void
your equipment warranty.
The shielded interface cable recommended in this manual must be used with
this equipment in order to comply with the limits for a digital output device.
1.2
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
This product has been designed for use in general-purpose CCTV applications in a
residential, business or industrial environment. Please contact the supplier of this
product before you install it in medical and/or intrinsically safe applications or in an
industrial EMC environment.
To ensure normal operation and to avoid EMC problems, the product must be
installed according to the currently valid EMC installation guidelines.
To meet the CE norms, enclosed EMI-cores should be applied to the Y/C and
power cable (see chapter 7.1).
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1.3
Manufacturer's Declaration of Conformity
EU Directive
The following applies to the equipment described in this instruction manual:
The product fulfils the requirements of EU directive 89/336/EEC with regard to
“electromagnetic compatibility“ and EU directive 73/23/EEC, the ”low-voltage
directive“, according to EN 60065.
Area of Use
Industry and residential
Requirements for
Emitted Interference
Noise Protection
EN 55022:1998 Class B
EN 50130-4:1998
EN 61000-3-2 A2: 1998
EN 61000-3-3: 1995
The EU certificate of conformity is available for official inspection and is held at:
Siemens Building Technologies
SBT FSP DE
Siemensallee 84
76187 Karlsruhe, Germany
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Ordering Data
Designation
Order No.
Approx. Weight (kg)
CCBS1337-LP
2GF1118-8FA
0.45
2GF1118-8FB
0.55
2GF1800-8BE
0.12
2GF1800-8BJ
0.30
1/3 inch Super High Res Day/Night Camera;
520 TVL, PAL 12 V DC/ 24 V AC, 50 Hz
CCBS1337-MP
1/3 inch Super High Res Day/Night Camera;
520 TVL, PAL, 100~240 V AC, 50 Hz
Accessories, not included in delivery!
PSU230-12
Power supply unit for 12 V DC cameras
CAPA2410-P
Power supply unit for 24 V AC cameras
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Package Contents
CCD camera
C/CS mounting adapter
EMI core (-LP: 1pcs, -MP: 2pcs)
CD containing remote control software and a detailed operating manual
Quick-start manual
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General Guidelines
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General Guidelines
4.1
Operation & Storage
Avoid filming very bright objects (such as lighting fixtures) for an extended
period.
Do not operate or store the unit in the following locations:
– Extremely hot or cold places.
– Close to sources of strong magnetic fields.
– Close to sources of powerful electromagnetic radiation, such as radio or TV
transmitters.
– In humid or excessively dusty places.
– Where exposed to mechanical vibrations.
– Close to fluorescent lamps or objects reflecting light.
– Under unstable or flickering light sources.
Do not attempt to service this unit yourself unless you are authorized to do so.
Opening the camera may expose you to dangerous voltages or other hazards.
Refer all servicing to qualified personnel only.
4.2
Cleaning
Do not touch the imaging surface of the sensor. Use a soft cloth moistened with
alcohol to clean the surface if it is touched accidentally.
4.3
Transportation
Use the original packing material or materials of equal quality.
4.4
CCD Characteristics
The following conditions may be observed when using a CCD camera. These are
inherent in the design and do not stem from any fault in the camera itself.
Vertical smear
This phenomenon occurs when viewing a very bright object.
Patterned noise
This is a fixed pattern which may appear over the entire
monitor screen when the camera is operated at a high
temperature.
Jagged picture
When viewing stripes, straight lines, or similar patterns, the
image on the screen may appear jagged.
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Technical Specifications
Technical Specifications
5.1
Dimensions
63
5
72
5.2
122
Product Specifications
Image area
4.9 x 3.7 mm
Pickup elements
752 (H) x 582 (V) pixels 1/3” ExView CCD
Scanning System
2:1interlace PAL V: 50 Hz, H: 15.625 Hz
Sync system
Internal/ line lock selectable (AC only)
Video output
BNC composite, Y/C output
Lens mount
CS mount
Resolution
520 TV lines (Horizontal) @ Y/C output
Gamma correction
0.45, 1
Minimum illumination
CL: 0.4 lux @F=1.4 (AGC 30dB , 50IRE video output )
BW :0.08 lux @ F=1.4 (AGC 30dB , 50IRE video output)
S/N ratio
> 50 dB
Power source
12 V DC ±10% regulated power supply
24 V AC ±10% , 50 Hz
100 ~ 240 V AC ±10%, 50 Hz
Power consumption
8 VA (max) as DN filter moving
Ambient conditions
-10 ~ 50°C/ max relative humidity 95%, no condensation
Dimensions in mm
122 (L) x 72 (W) x 63 (H)
Shutter control
Auto: 1/50 to 1/100K sec.
Manual: 1/50, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1K, 1/2K, 1/4K,
1/10K,1/100K
Gain control
Selectable (Normal, OFF, Turbo); gain up to 30 dB
Backlight compensation
6 area selectable: Center 1, Center 2, Up Half, Low Half,
Middle Low, Middle High
Privacy zone
8 blocks (max)
D/N mechanical
Dual moving OLPF/glass
D/N mode
AUTO, MAUNAL, COLOR, MONO
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D/N level
HIGH, MID, LOW
D/N DLY
0, 5, 10, 15, 20 selectable
Aperture correction
HIGH, MID, LOW
White balance
ATW1:2600°K~6000°K
ATW2: 2500°K~10,000°K
Manual: 32 steps by push button for R and B
Iris control
Video / DC iris for galvanometer lens
Camera text
16 characters
OSD control
5 control keys on the side panel of camera
Default settings
Default setting restored by pushing the DEFAULT button
Remote control
RS-485
Alarm IN
1CH
Alarm OUT
NC or NO selectable
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Camera Parts & Connections
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Camera Parts & Connections
6.1
Camera Parts
1.
Back focus adjustment ring ①
2.
Back focus lock screw ②
3.
Tripod mount hole ③
4.
IRIS connector ④
5.
Power indicator ⑤
6.
Video output ⑥
7.
Power cord (or power terminal) ⑦
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8.
9.
External control terminal: (From right to left)
Pin
Pin Definition
Description
1
Data +
RS485 signal
2
Data –
3
Alarm IN
4
GND
If the alarm IN & GND are shorted, the alarm function will be active.
(Please set ALARM FUNC to ON in OSD menu.)
5
Alarm OUT
Alarm output circuit.
6
COM
7
B/W
8
C/L
9
GND
If D/N MODE set in manual mode, this function will be enabled. If
B/W & GND are shorted, the video signal is monochrome. If C/L &
GND are shorted, the video signal is color.
Y/C terminal ⑨
10. Video/ DC lens selection ⑩
11. OSD control button ⑪
12. PC connection port: For factory testing only; the user is not recommended to
use this function. ⑫
6.2
Connector Pin Definitions
IRIS pin assignment
Video Lens
DC Lens
1. +12V
1. Damp-
2. NC
2. Damp+
3. VIDEO
3. Drive +
4. GND
4. Drive-
1
GND
2
GND
3
Y (luminance, 1 Vpp, 75 Ω)
4
C (chrominance, 0.3 Vpp (burst), 75 Ω)
Y/ C terminal
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6.3
OSD Setting Hierarchy
OSD SETTING
D/N MODE
AUTO
MONO
D/N LEVEL
HIGH
LOW
D/N DELAY
0
5
ALC
ELC
EXPOSURE
LENS TYPE
MENU
SHUTTER
GAIN
SYNC
BLC
1/50
NORMAL
COLOR
MANUAL
MID
10
15
20
LENS LEVEL
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1K
1/100K
1/10K
1/4K
1/2K
TURBO
OFF
INT
LL
OFF
BLC1
BLC2
BLC3
BLC4
BLC6
BLC5
(P1)
WHITE BAL
GAMMA
APERTURE
ATW1
0.45
LOW
MIRROR
OFF
PRIVACY
ZONE
OFF
OPTION
BLEMISH DET
ATW2
R: 0~31 B: 0~31
1
MID
HIGH
ON
ON
BACKFOCUS
ALARM
FUNC
ALARM OUT
ALARM
DELAY
CAMERA
TEXT
CHROMA
ALARM TEXT
REMOTE
NEXT/ BACK
EXIT
CANCEL
DEFAULT
(P2)
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Installing the Camera
7.1
Installation
1. Connect the BNC cable to the video output ⑥
2. Connect the power source to the power terminal
Caution:
If using a DC supply, make sure the polarity is correct. Incorrect connection may cause malfunction
and/or damage to the camera.
3. To reduce radiation sufficiently, please wind one turn around the core, see figure
below
Location
Core illustration
for what camera
Power cable
LP
Y/C cable
LP / MP
EIM-0050751G
4. Adjust the back focus
The back focus is factory-adjusted before delivery for a CS mount lens. If readjustment is necessary, please loosen screw ②, set the camera to AES mode
(see section 7.2.14.2: BACK FOCUS), then rotate the back focus wheel ① until a
sharp image appears. Tighten screw ②.
7.2
Function Settings
Select ENTER on the OSD; the menu will appear on the display and will disappear
after 30 seconds if no action occurs. The shaded setting area means an item is
selected; it keeps blinking.
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7.2.1
D/N MODE
D/N MODE
AUTO
D/N LEVEL
HIGH
D/N DELAY
15 sec
EXPOSURE
<ALC>
SHUTTER
1/50
GAIN
NORMAL
SYNC
LL:000
BLC
OFF
NEXT EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 1
D/N MODE
This function sets the Day/Night mode to automatic, color, B/W or external control
of setting to B/W or color.
Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 1.
Use the LEFT/ RIGHT button to select AUTO, MONO, COLOR or MANUAL mode.
AUTO
When set to this mode, the camera will change to COLOR mode or B/W mode
automatically depending on a subject’s brightness. (When GAIN sets OFF, auto
function can’t be selected).
MONO
When set to this mode, the camera remains in B/W mode.
COLOR
When set to this mode, the camera will remain in color mode.
MANUAL
When set to this mode, the camera will be switched to color or B/W mode manually
according to a signal received at a terminal on the rear panel.
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7.2.2
D/N LEVEL
D/N MODE
AUTO
D/N LEVEL
HIGH
D/N DELAY
15 sec
EXPOSURE
<ALC>
SHUTTER
1/50
GAIN
NORMAL
SYNC
LL:000
BLC
OFF
NEXT EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 2
D/N LEVEL
This function sets the filter switchover point to high, low or medium.
Configure a switchover point from COLOR mode to B/W mode. Move the cursor to
the position shown in Fig. 2. Use the LEFT/ RIGHT button to select HIGH, LOW or
MID. This setting is only relevant if the D/N mode is set to AUTO.
7.2.3
LOW
The brightness for switchover from COLOR to B/W mode is approx. 1 lux
MID
The brightness for switchover from COLOR to B/W mode is approx. 2 lux.
HIGH
The brightness for switchover from COLOR to B/W mode is approx. 4 lux.
D/N DELAY
D/N MODE
AUTO
D/N LEVEL
HIGH
D/N DELAY
15 sec
EXPOSURE
<ALC>
SHUTTER
1/50
GAIN
NORMAL
SYNC
LL:000
BLC
OFF
NEXT EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 3
D/N DELAY
This function sets the DELAY time for the D/ N function
Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 3.
Use the LEFT/ RIGHT button to select 0, 5, 10, 15 or 20 sec for delay of DN filter
moving timing. This setting is only relevant if the D/N mode is set to AUTO.
Info:
If using the camera together with infrared illumination, we recommend using video lenses with
special IR coating to prevent a physically based focus-shift between daylight and IR illumination.
We recommend using the D/N mode “MANUAL” when the camera is used with discrete IR
illumination in order to prevent the continual switching between color and B/W mode that might occur
with the D/N mode “AUTO”
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7.2.4
EXPOSURE
D/N MODE
AUTO
D/N LEVEL
HIGH
D/N DELAY
15 sec
EXPOSURE
<ALC>
SHUTTER
1/50
GAIN
NORMAL
SYNC
LL:000
BLC
OFF
NEXT EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 4
EXPOSURE
This function sets ALC for Auto IRIS lens control or ELC for auto electronic shutter.
Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 4. The exposure level can be
adjusted by moving the LEVEL cursor on the menu accordingly.
ALC:
ALC MENU
LENS TYPE DC
LENS LEVEL ----------*----BACK
ELC: Auto electronic shutter mode.
ELC MENU
LENS LEVEL ----------*----BACK
NOTE:
ELC mode is for use with fixed-iris lenses!
7.2.5
SHUTTER
D/N MODE
AUTO
D/N LEVEL
HIGH
D/N DELAY
15 sec
EXPOSURE
<ALC>
SHUTTER
1/50
GAIN
NORMAL
SYNC
LL:000
BLC
OFF
NEXT EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 5
SHUTTER
This function sets the high-speed electronic shutter (AUTO to 1/100K sec).
Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 5.
Using the LEFT/ RIGHT button, select a shutter speed from 1/50 to 1/100K.
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7.2.6
GAIN
D/N MODE
AUTO
D/N LEVEL
HIGH
D/N DELAY
15 sec
EXPOSURE
<ALC>
SHUTTER
1/50
GAIN
NORMAL
SYNC
LL:000
BLC
OFF
NEXT EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 6
GAIN
Selection of GAIN: (NORMAL / TURBO / OFF)
Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 6.
Using the LEFT/ RIGHT button, set the gain to NORMAL, TURBO or OFF.
7.2.7
NORMAL
Standard position, GAIN=24dB.
TURBO
High-sensitivity position, GAIN = 30dB.
OFF
Minimum gain. If this is selected, D/N mode (AUTO) is disabled.
SYNC
D/N MODE
AUTO
D/N LEVEL
HIGH
D/N DELAY
15 sec
EXPOSURE
<ALC>
SHUTTER
1/50
GAIN
NORMAL
SYNC
LL:000
BLC
OFF
NEXT EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 7
SYNC
Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 7.
Use the LEFT/ RIGHT button to choose INT or LL. The LL function is available only
for camera models supplied with AC power.
INT
The camera is in the internal SYNC mode.
LL
The camera is in the line lock mode; you can adjust the phase angle from 0 ~ 300°
accordingly. The default is 0°.
NOTE:
For DC power models, the SYNC will be set automatically to INT mode.
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7.2.8
BLC
D/N MODE
AUTO
D/N LEVEL
HIGH
D/N DELAY
15 sec
EXPOSURE
<ALC>
SHUTTER
1/50
GAIN
NORMAL
SYNC
LL:000
BLC
OFF
NEXT EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 8
BLC
This function is for selecting the backlight mode (OFF, BLC1, BLC2, BLC3, BLC4,
BLC5, BLC6)
Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 8.
Using the LEFT/ RIGHT button to choose OFF, BLC1, BLC2, BLC3, BLC4, BLC5
or BLC6.
OFF
The BLC function is off.
BLC1
Backlight compensation window:
(Center 1 window, smaller)
BLC2
BLC3
BLC1
Backlight compensation window:
(Center 2 Window, larger)
BLC2
Backlight compensation window:
BLC 3
(Top half of the window)
BLC4
Backlight compensation window:
(Bottom half of the window)
BLC5
Backlight compensation window:
BLC 4
BLC5
(Center portion of the upper half)
BLC6
Backlight compensation window:
(Center portion of the lower half)
7.2.9
BLC6
WHITE BAL
WHITE BAL
ATW2
GAMMA
0.45
APERTURE
MID
MIRROR
OFF
PRIVACY ZONE <OFF>
OPTION
<SET>
REMODE
<SET>
NEXT EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 9
WHITE BAL
This function is for setting the white balance mode (ATW1, ATW2, and manual
mode).
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Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 9.
Use the LEFT/ RIGHT button to choose between ATW1, ATW2, and manual mode.
ATW1
The TTL auto trace white balance algorithm is designed for perfect color
reproduction. The color temperature range is 2600°K-6000°K.
ATW2
The TTL auto trace white balance algorithm is designed for perfect color
reproduction. The color temperature range is 2500°K-10000°K.
Manual mode
Press the ENTER button to enter manual mode. To obtain correct manual white
balance, adjust the R and B (red and blue) values using the UP/ DOWN button.
To exit, use the LEFT/ RIGHT to move the cursor between R and B, and press
ENTER.
7.2.10
GAMMA
WHITE BAL
ATW2
GAMMA
0.45
APERTURE
MID
MIRROR
OFF
PRIVACY ZONE <OFF>
OPTION
<SET>
REMODE
<SET>
BACK EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 10
GAMMA
The values which can be selected are 0.45 and 1.0.
Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 10 to set GAMMA value.
Generally, the default value 0.45 is used for CCTV monitor. For image processing
purposes, 1.0 can be selected.
7.2.11
APERTURE
WHITE BAL
ATW2
GAMMA
0.45
APERTURE
MID
MIRROR
OFF
PRIVACY ZONE <OFF>
OPTION
<SET>
REMODE
<SET>
BACK EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 11
APERTURE
This function is for setting the picture sharpness. (LOW, MID, HIGH)
Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 11.
Use the LEFT/ RIGHT button to choose HIGH, MID or LOW.
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7.2.12
MIRROR
WHITE BAL
ATW2
GAMMA
0.45
APERTURE
MID
MIRROR
OFF
PRIVACY ZONE <OFF>
OPTION
<SET>
REMODE
<SET>
BACK EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 12
Mirror function
Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 12
Use the LEFT/ RIGHT button to choose ON or OFF.
7.2.13
PRIVACY ZONE
WHITE BAL
ATW2
GAMMA
0.45
APERTURE
MID
MIRROR
OFF
PRIVACY ZONE <OFF>
OPTION
<SET>
REMODE
<SET>
BACK EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 13
PRIVACY ZONE
Privacy zones can be placed within a scene to hide sensitive areas.
A maximum of 8 blocks can be set on the screen
Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 13.
Use ENTER to get into the submenu.
PRIVACY ZONE MENU
PRIVACY ZONE
OFF
BLOCK
1 SET CLR
BACK
CLEAR ALL
In the submenu, the user can select ON or OFF for the privacy zone and set up to
8 blocks at any position on the screen.
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7.2.14
OPTION
WHITE BAL
ATW2
GAMMA
0.45
APERTURE
MID
MIRROR
OFF
PRIVACY ZONE <OFF>
OPTION
<SET>
REMOTE
<SET>
BACK EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 14
OPTION
Select blemish compensation, back focus adjustment, alarm ON/OFF, alarm
output, alarm delay, alarm text, chroma & camera text.
Move the cursor to the position shown in Fig. 14.
Use the LEFT/ RIGHT button to select BLEMISH compensation, BACKFOCUS
adjust mode and alarm settings.
7.2.14.1 BLEMISH DET
OPTION MENU
BLEMISH DET
<SET>
BACKFOCUS
<SET>
ALARM FUNC
OFF
ALARM OUT
NO
ALARM DELAY
60 sec
ALARM TEXT
<SET>
CHROMA
---*--CAMERA TEXT
<SET>
BACK
CLEAR
Fig. 15
BLEMISH DET
Press ENTER to start the BLEMISH compensation session. Please ensure that the
lens iris is fully closed. Otherwise this action will cause the camera to malfunction.
7.2.14.2 BACK FOCUS
Press ENTER to perform back focus adjust. This function will force the iris of the AI
lens to open fully and set the shutter speed temporarily to AUTO for easy back
focus adjustment.
7.2.14.3 ALARM FUNC
ALARM MENU
TEXT ****************
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N OP Q R S T U VW XY Z
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : < >
□-.,;x/
BACK
Fig. 16
CLEAR
Alarm menu
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OFF
The alarm input function on the rear panel is disabled.
ON
The alarm input function on the rear panel is enabled. When an alarm occurs, the status of
alarm output will change, i.e. from NO to NC or from NC to NO, depending on the setting
of ALARM OUT.
Use the OSD navigation keys to define the optional alarm text to be displayed in
case of an alarm.
7.2.14.4 ALARM OUT
This function sets the initial status of the ALARM output relay.
NO:
normally open
NC:
normally closed
7.2.14.5 ALARM DELAY
Use the LEFT/ RIGHT button to select 30, 60, 90, 120 seconds for the timing delay
of ALARM operation
7.2.14.6 ALARM TEXT
Use ENTER to access the submenu. When the alarm input is active, the text will
be shown on the display.
7.2.14.7 CHROMA
Use the LEFT/ RIGHT button to select a value from 1 to 9.
7.2.14.8 CAMERA TEXT
CAMERA TEXT MENU
TEXT IP <SET>
TEXT ****************
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N OP Q R S T U VW XY Z
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : < >
□-.,;x/
BACK
Fig. 17
CLEAR
CAMERA TEXT
Use ENTER to access the submenu. When you leave the OSD menu, the text will
be shown on the display.
You can position the text anywhere on the screen.
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7.2.15
REMOTE
WHITE BAL
ATW2
GAMMA
0.45
APERTURE
MID
MIRROR
OFF
PRIVACY ZONE <OFF>
OPTION
<SET>
REMOTE
<SET>
BACK EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT
Fig. 18
REMOTE
This function is for setting the remote control menu
Move the cursor to the position as shown in Fig. 18.
Use the ENTER button to enter the submenu.
REMOTE MENU
MODEL
CCBS1337-LP
ADDRESS
001 ~ 099
BAUD RATE
2400
PROTOCOL
SIEMENS-U
SOFT VER.
X.2.2
PATTERN
OFF
SAVE
DEFAULT
7.2.15.1 MODEL
MODEL indicates the camera model.
7.2.15.2 ADDRESS
When multiple cameras are used via RS-485, for example, each camera must
have its own specific address.
Use ADDRESS to set the camera address in a range of 1-255.
The camera address must be set correctly before installing the camera. Otherwise
remote access may not be possible.
7.2.15.3 BAUD RATE
This function is used to set the camera’s remote baud rate in the range from 2400
to 19200 bits per second.
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7.2.15.4 PROTOCOL
Select one of the 3 various protocols, depending on the type of remote
connectivity, for remote OSD control camera setup:
SIEMENS-B: When using the camera with bi-directional remote control under
remote software and PC (remote software provides full parameter setup).
SIEMENS-U: When using the camera for unidirectional communication with
SIMATRIX via converter CAC0103 (V1.6).
SIEMENS-S: When using the camera in unidirectional communication with
SIMATRIX NEO based on the SCU protocol.
7.2.15.5 SOFT VER:
SOFT VER. indicates the current firmware version on the camera and may vary.
7.2.15.6 PATTERN
When the PATTERN is set to ON, there will be a horizontal color bar picture (as
shown below) on the display. The color bar is not standardized and might vary
between camera types.
7.2.16
NEXT/ BACK
Navigates to the next or previous screen display.
7.2.17
EXIT
Saves all settings and exits.
7.2.18
CANCEL
Discards changes and leaves the settings as they were.
7.2.19
DEFAULT
This function restores the factory settings.
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Index
8
Index
A
N
aperture, 18
NEXT/ BACK, 23
B
O
BLC, 17
operation and storage, 7
OPTION, 20
ordering data, 6
OSD settings, 12
C
camera parts, 10
CANCEL, 23
CCD Characteristics, 7
cleaning, 7
D
D/N delay, 14
D/N level, 14
D/N MODE, 13
DEFAULT, 23
dimensions, 8
E
EU Directive, 6
EXIT, 23
exposure, 15
P
package contents, 6
pin assignments, 11
privacy zone, 19
product specifications, 8
R
REMOTE, 22
S
safety precautions, 5
shutter, 15
SYNC, 16
synchronization, 16
F
T
function setting, 13
Transportation, 7
G
W
gain, 16
GAMMA, 18
WHITE BAL, 17
white balance, 17
M
MIRROR, 19
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www.sbt.siemens.com/fsp
Document No.
A24205-A336-B480
Edition
03.2005
© 2005 Copyright by
Siemens Building Technologies AG
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