Digimerge DPV24D Instruction manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Ultra Resolution
Day & Night Dome Camera
Vandal Models: DPV24D / DPV24TLX
Indoor Models: DPD23D / DPD24D
Please read this manual thoroughly before use and keep it handy for future reference.
INTRODUCTION
Features
All Models Feature:
DPD24D
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• Indoor Dome Model
• 2.8-10.5mm Varifocal Day/Night Lens F1.4 DC Iris
1/3” Sony Super HAD™ II CCD
Excellent low light performance using Polaris Vision 2 technology.
0.15 Lux / F1.2 (Color)
0.001 Lux w/Sense-Up at x256
600 TV lines(Color) of resolution
3D Digital Noise Reduction (3D-DNR)
OSD menu control
Privacy Masking / Motion Detection
VIDEO OUT(BNC)
Operates in 12VDC or 24VAC
Test Monitor Output
Camera Mounting: Surface / Flush mounting
(Indoor Model only)
DPV24D
• Vandal Resistant Dome Model
• 2.8-10.5mm Varifocal Day/Night Lens F1.4 DC Iris
DPV24TLX
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DPD23D
• Indoor Dome Model
• 3.6mm Fixed Lens
Vandal Resistant Dome Model
2.8-10.5mm Varifocal Day/Night Lens F1.4 DC Iris
Smart IR technology
ICR filter to give clear night vision
ArcticPro technology with built-in heater
0 Lux with IR LED
SPECIFICATIONS
General
Power source
Power consumption
Image sensor
Total pixels
Scanning system
Scanning frequency
Sync.system
Resolution
Min.Illumination
Video output
S/N Ratio
Operating Temperature
Power input
Video output
Lens mount
Lens
Operating humidity
DPD23D
DPD24D
DPV24D
DC 12V / AC 24V +10%
DPV24TLX
10 Watts
(Heater On)
1/3” Sony Super HAD™ II CCD
811 (H) x 508 (V)
2:1 interlace
15.734KHz(H), 59.95Hz(V)
Internal / Line Lock
600 TV Lines
0.15Lux / 0.001Lux
0 Lux IR LED On
Sense Up at x256
1.0 Vp-p (75 ohm, composite)
more than 50dB (AGC OFF)
-10°C - +50°C
-40°C - +50°C
2-Pin terminal block (Detachable)
BNC Connector (2nd video RCA)
Fixed mount
3.6mm Fixed
2.8 - 10.5mm F1.4 Varifocal DC Auto iris
0-90% (non-condensing)
2.5 Watts
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MEASUREMENTS
97.0 mm
3.82 in
55.5 mm
2.19 in
112 mm
4.4 in
3/4’’ -14
NPS thread
40 mm
1.57 in
3.4"
87 mm
Ø 0.1"
3.5 mm
5.1"
130 mm
3.9"
100.0 mm
Vandal Dome Dimensions
Base hole positions
100°
112 mm
4.4 in
137°
123°
5.1"
130 mm
Indoor Dome Dimensions
27 mm
1.1 in
Underside Base hole positions
39 mm
1.5 in
115 mm
4.5 in
Recess Mount Fitting dimensions
Recess cutout and fitting clearance.
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7 mm
.28 in
PACKING CONTENTS
Indoor Dome package contains the following:
Camera in housing----------------------------------1
Camera Locking screws (PA3 Type)------------2
Instruction guide (This Document)--------------1
Surface & Flush Mounting Templates----------2
RCA - BNC test cable-------------------------------1
Junction Box Plate-----------------------------------1
Mounting screw pack-------------------------------1
Vandal Dome package contains the following:
Camera in housing----------------------------------1 Camera Locking screws (PM4 Type)-----------3
Instruction guide (This Document)--------------1
Surface Mounting Template-----------------------1
RCA - BNC test cable-------------------------------1
Junction Box Plate-----------------------------------1
Mounting screw pack-------------------------------1
Tamper allen key-------------------------------------1
Conduit Key-------------------------------------------1
Locking
Screw
Conduit
Key
Allen Key
Mounting Screws Pack.
3pc 70mm / 2.8in Screws
3pc 30mm / 1.2in Screws
3pc 40mm 1.6in plugs
JUNCTION BOX PLATE
Junction box plate allows fitting of either Vandal dome or
Indoor dome to standard 2S, 4S and Octagon junction
boxes.
NOTE: Flush side of junction box plate should be attached
to junction box
Junction Box fitting plate accessories:
Junction Box Fitting plate -------------------------1
2S / 4S plate screws (KM3.5 Type)-------------4
Octagon fitting screws (KM4 Type)--------------2
Base Fitting Screws PWM3-----------------------3
88.9 mm
3.5 in
46.0 mm
1.8 in
Base Fitting
Screw.
Octagon
Screw
2S / 4S
Screw
Base Fitting
Screws
83.3 mm
3.28 in
Screw hole overview
Vandal dome fitting illustration
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Junction box fitting plate attached to camera
JUNCTION BOX INSTALLATION TYPES
2S FITTING
a. 2S Fitting requires only 2pcs of base
attachment screws.
Screws
Cable
Entry
Note: You have a reduced space in which
to hide cables using this type of
installation. Recommended for indoor
dome only.
4S FITTING
a. 4S Fitting requires 2pcs of base attachment
screws.
Screws
Cable
Entry
Note: Screws used for the 4S box are larger
compared to those used for the 2S (M4
type). Suitable for both indoor and
vandal domes
TWO GANG FITTING
a. Two gang fitting (switch box) requires 4pcs
of base attachment screws.
Screws
Note: A two gang provides the most robust
fitting. Suitable for both indoor and
vandal domes.
Cable
Entry
OCTAGON FITTING
a. 4” Octagon fitting requires only 2pcs of
base attachment screws.
Screws
Cable
Entry
Note Screws used for the octagon fitting
are larger compared to those used for
the 2S/4S (M4 type). Suitable for both
indoor and vandal domes
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VANDAL DOME FITTINGS
Pendant Cap - model # MNTV2XPC
Replaces the need for the camera base.
Compatible with ceiling conduit installations
Junction Box Accessory - model # MNTV2XJ
Fits either wall mount and corner mount bracket.
Symmetrical so reversible for top or bottom
conduit.
Corner Mount bracket - model # MNTV2XR
Can fit either Wall Bracket or Junction Box.
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Wall Mount - model # MNTV2XW
Pole Mount - model # MNTV2XP
Pendant Mount - model # MNTV2XC
INSTALLATION. VANDAL DOME
1
DPV24TLX ONLY
When using DC power, note the correct polarity stated on the
label attached to the power cord.
1) Remove the three tamper screws using the provided
allen key. Size is standard T-15
Note: If you plan to use conduit fitting, remove conduit
cap using the prodivded conduit key.
Method 1 - Direct Attach Install
2
2a) Use included mounting template to mark and predrill the required holes. Use 2pc of the 2.8” screws
to mount the camera directly to the mounting
surface.
a
Remove (one base locking screw, used for shipping
purposes) and install the 3rd 2.8” screw.
Go to step
4
on page 7 to complete installation.
OR
Method 2 - Camera Base Install
Note: Use this method if installing onto junction box
plate.
2b) Remove the camera base by unscrewing the base
locking screw, and turn camera module approx. 5
degrees counter-clockwise to detach camera base
from the camera module. Now you install the base
to the correct holes as indicated on the mount
template using the 1.2” screws.
b
3
Note: If you plan on installing onto a junction
box, attach provided fitting plate first to
the junction box and then you attach the
camera base to the fitting plate.
a
b
3a) Reinsert camera module into camera base
by ligning up the arrow notches, and turning
camera module clockwise to lock into place.
3b) Use the supplied three base locking screws to
secure camera base to camera module.
Go to step
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4
on page 7 to complete installation.
ed on the
INSTALLATION. VANDAL DOME
4
4) Remove camera cover by squeezing the back and front
of the cover as indicated by the “PRESS” indicators at
the same time and lifting it up and away from the lens.
provided
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5
pping
5) Insert the included video test cable into the RCA jack
and connect to a test monitor to set up camera.
tion.
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he base
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6
6a) Adjust camera viewing angle and secure into place by
tightening thumb screw using a flat head screwdriver.
6b) Adjust lens and OSD as required.
6c) Re-attach the camera cover, using the thumb screw
as a guide, until it snaps into place.
Note: Lens adjustment levers are by default in the
locked position. Turn counter clockwise to unlock.
Tighten levers to secure lens setting.
7
7a) Re-attach the camera cover. Line up arrows as shown in
figure 3a on page 6 as a guide
7b) Use the allen key to tighten the tamper screws to create
a proper weatherproof seal.
Note: Make sure dome cover cord does not get caught in
the rubber seal.
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INSTALLATION. INDOOR DOME (Surface Fitting)
1
1a) Press down on the tab marked with an arrow to lift
up the dome cover slightly
b
a
1b) While pressing on tab, twist the dome cover
counter clockwise just a few degrees to release
dome cover from back clips.
Lift off the cover.
Method 1 - Direct Attach Install
2
2a) Use included mounting template to mark and predrill the required holes. Use included 2.8” screws
to mount the camera directly to the mounting
surface.
a
Go to step
3
on page 9 to complete installation.
OR
Method 2 - Camera Base Install
Note: Use this method if installing onto junction box
plate.
2b) Remove the camera base by unscrewing the base
locking screws (indicated by padlock markings)
and turn camera module approx. 5 degrees
counter-clockwise to detach camera base from the
camera module. Install the base as indicated using
the 1.2” screws.
b
3
Note: If you plan on installing onto a junction box,
attach provided mounting plate first to the
junction box and then attach camera base
to the mounting plate.
a
b
3a) Reinsert camera module into camera base
by ligning up the arrow notches, and turning
camera module clockwise to lock into place.
3b) Reinstall the base locking screws. (indicated by
padlock markings)
Go to step
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3
on page 9 to complete installation.
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INSTALLATION. INDOOR DOME (Semi-Flush Fitting)
1
1a) Press down on the tab marked with an arrow to lift
up the dome cover slightly
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nd prescrews
ng
1b) While pressing on tab, twist the dome cover counterclockwise to release dome cover
b
a
2
a) Cut semi flush mounting hole into surface using
provided flush mounting template.
Note: Always cut according to the inside of the cutout
template
tion.
b) Insert dome into cutout. Make sure that the
mounting arms are not extended.
b
c) Turn screwdriver clockwise to unlock all of the 3
mounting arms.
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he base
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s
from the
ed using
1c) Remove the camera base by unscrewing the base
locking screws (indicated by a padlock markings)
and turn camera module approx. 5 degrees counterclockwise to detach camera base from the camera
module.
c
3
d) Continue turning clockwise to move mounting arms
down until they make contact with inner mounting
surface.
d
Note: Once mounting arms have made contact with
the inner mounting surface, do not apply too
much pressure to avoid damaging surface.
a) Remove camera cover by squeezing the back and front
of the cover as indicated by the “PRESS” indicators at
the same time and lifting it up and away from the lens.
b) Insert the included video test cable into the RCA jack
and connect to a test monitor to set up camera. (see
page 10)
c) Adjust camera viewing angle and secure into place by
tightening thumb screw using a flat head screwdriver.
Adjust lens and OSD as required.
4
Note: Lens adjustment levers are by default in the locked
position. Turn counter clockwise to unlock. Tighten
levers to secure lens setting.
a) Re-attach the camera cover, using the thumb screw as a guide, until it snaps into
place.
b) Reattach dome cover.
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CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
Menu Setup
RCA Service Connector
Use supplied RCA - BNC cable
If you require BNC output.
OSD function joystick. Pressing down
on joystick acts as ENTER function.
MENU TREE SUMMARY
LENS
• DC or MANUAL (Model DPD23D)
EXPOSURE • SHUTTER • AGC • SENS-UP • BLC • D-WDR • RETURN
WHITE BAL • AWB • ATW • AWC SET • OUTDOOR • INDOOR • MANUAL
DAY / NIGHT • AUTO • COLOR • B/W
3DNR • OFF • ON
SPECIAL
• CAM TITLE • D-EFFECT • MOTION • PRIVACY
• SYNC • LANGUAGE
ADJUST
• SHARPNESS • MONITOR • OSD COLOR
RESET
• FACTORY • RETURN
1. Press down on the function joystick to access the setup menu.
• Main setup menu is displayed on the monitor screen.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
LENS
LENSDC
EXPOSURE
WHITE BAL
DAY NIGHT
3DNR
SPECIAL
ADJUST
RESET
EXIT
DC
ATW
AUTO
OFF
2. Select a function by moving the joystick up and down and move left or right to change
setting value and press joystick to confirm selection.
3. If a menu option features a ' ', a sub menu is available which can be accessed by pressing
down on the joystick
4. Once finished updating settings, highlight 'EXIT' and press down on the joystick
to exit setup menu
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CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
LENS
Using this function, you can control screen brightness.
1. Highlight 'LENS' in the main setup menu
2. Press the joystick to access the DC lens setup menu.
3. After completing setting update, highlight 'RETURN' to save setting and return to previous menu
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function.
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essing
SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
DC
• NOTE
The brightness level can be adjusted within
the range of 0 - 100. Default setting - 50
LENS
BRIGHTNESS -----|----��
RETURN
RET
With Model DPD23D DC Lens setting is MANUAL
EXPOSURE
SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
DC
MANUAL
The EXPOSURE menu is used to set the automatic
light control method for the camera.
1. Highlight 'EXPOSURE' in the main setup menu
2. Press the joystick to access the exposure setup menu.
EXPOSURE
SHUTTER
AGC
SENSE-UP
BLC
D-WDR
RETURN
SHUTTER : Select the shutter mode. (1/60, FLK - 1/100,000 sec, x2 - 256)
Default setting is 1/60
AGC:
Auto gain control (LOW / MIDDLE / HIGH)
Default setting is MIDDLE
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MIDDLE
AUTO
OFF
OFF
RET
CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
SENSE-UP
B
EXPOSURE
SHUTTER
AGC
SENSE-UP
BLC
D-WDR
RETURN
The
1/60
MIDDLE
AUTO
OFF
OFF
RET
Select digital slow shutter speed setting in order to allow extra light into the camera
thereby providing higher sensitivity in low light conditions. NOTE only adjustable
if SHUTTER setting is set to 'AUTO' or '1/60'
- OFF : Deactivates the SENS-UP function.
- AUTO : Activates SENS-UP function. Enter submenu to select maximum low shutter value
SENSE-UP
SENSE-UP
RETURN
x�
RET
Selectable low shutter values are as follows:
x2 x4 x8 x16 x32 x64 x128 x 256 (default - x8)
For proper setup, check setting during low light / night time conditions.
Notes
• It's recommended to keep the value in the x2 to x64 range to limit ghosting
effect.
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2. P
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CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
BACKLIGHT (BLC)
The BLC menu is used to adjust backlight compensation function to sharpen subjects in backlight situations
1. Highlight 'BLC' in the exposure setup menu.
2. Press the joystick to access the BLC setup
menu.
EXPOSURE
SHUTTER
AGC
SENSE-UP
BLC
D-WDR
RETURN
BLC (Backlight Compensation):
Enter the BLC submenu to select an area in
the scene which requires enhancing.
Change the GAIN value (LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH)
to set level of enhancement.
BLC
1/60
MIDDLE
AUTO
OFF
OFF
RET
BLC
GAIN
AREA
DEFAULT
RETURN
LOW
RET
OFF
HSBLC (Highlight Compensation):
If a scene contains very bright light sources (e.g. car headlights),they will be masked
to provide greater detail in the rest of the scene.
Enter the HSBLC submenu to select an area in the scene which requires masking.
Change the LEVEL value to set level of masking and change MODE to set whether
to mask all day long or during low light conditions only.
Default setting is OFF
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CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
Wide Dynamic Range (E-WDR)
D-WDR : The D-WDR menu is used to adjust dynamic range of the camera electronically.
This is especially useful in high contrast scenes in order to brighten up
darker parts of the scene.
1. Highlight 'D-WDR' in the exposure
setup menu.
2. Move the the joystick left/right to
change setting to OFF/INDOOR/OUTDOOR.
Default setting is OFF
EXPOSURE
SHUTTER
AGC
SENSE-UP
BLC
D-WDR
RETURN
1/60
MIDDLE
AUTO
OFF
OFF
RET
INDOOR : Preferred setting when camera is installed indoors.
Default settings are LOW-6 and HIGH-9
OUTDOOR::
Preferred setting when camera is installed outdoors.
Default settings are LOW-11 and HIGH-11
D-WDR
LOW-LEVEL
HIGH-LEVEL
RETURN
INDOOR
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RET
White Balance (White Bal.)
White balance function adjusts displayed colors to account for different lighting temperatures.
1. Highlight 'WHITE BAL' in the main setup menu.
2. Move the the joystick left/right to change setting to:
AWB/AWC->SET/MANUAL/INDOOR/OUTDOOR/ ATW
Default setting is AWB (Auto White Balance)
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CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
4. DAY NIGHT
ronically.
peratures.
DC
AWB
AUTO
AWB(Automatic White Balance) : This mode automatically adjusts white balance
AWC-SET : To obtain the optimum state under the current luminance
levels, direct the camera to point toward a sheet of white paper
and press the SET button. If the environment changes, including
the light source, the white balance will require re-adjustment.
MANUAL : The manual adjustment setting enables
WHITE BAL MANUAL
detailed color adjustment. Select 'ATW' or 'AWB' first
BLUE
----|---- ��
then change to 'MANUAL' adjustment setting and press
RED
--|----- ��
RETURN
RET
the joystick. Set the appropriate color temperature
by increasing / decreasing the red and blue color values
and monitor the color changes of the object.
Default settings are BLUE-41, RED-45
INDOOR : Select this when the color temperature is between 4,500˚K
and 8,500˚K.
OUTDOOR : Select this when the color temperature is between 1,800˚K
and 10,500˚K. (sodium light)
ATW(Auto Tracking White Balance) : This mode can be used within the color temperature
range 1,800˚K ~ 10,500˚K
Notes
• White Balance may not work properly under the following conditions. In this case
select the AWC mode.
1 When the color temperature of the environment surrounding the subject is outside
of the supported temperature range (e.g. clear sky or sunset).
2 When the ambient illumination of the subject is dim.
3 If the camera is directed towards a fluorescent light or is installed in a place
where illumination changes dramatically, the White Balance function may become
unstable.
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CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
DAY/NIGHT
The DAY/NIGHT menu is used to configure the day and night related settings for the camera.
1. Highlight 'DAY&NIGHT' in the main setup menu
2. Move the the joystick left/right to change setting to AUTO/COLOR/ B/W
3. Press the joystick to access the submenu's for AUTO and B/W settings
SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
4. DAY NIGHT
DC
MANUAL
AUTO
COLOR : The picture is always displayed in color.
B/W : The picture is always displayed in black and
white. Press joystick to turn ON or OFF
the burst signal in B/W mode.
AUTO : The mode is switched to ‘Color ’ in a normal
environment, but switches to ‘B/W’ mode
when ambient illumination is low. To set up
the switching time or speed for AUTO mode,
press the joystick.
You can now set the Delay in seconds
for the Day - Night and the Night - Day
transitions.
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DAY NIGHT B/W
BURST
OFF
RETURN
RET
DAY NIGHT AUTO
DELAY
-|----- �
D-N (AGC)
---|--- ���
N-D (AGC)
---|-- ��
RETURN
RET
he camera.
CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
Digital Noise Reduction (3D DNR)
This function reduces the background noise in a low luminance environment.
1.Highlight '3DNR' in the main setup menu.
SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
4. DAY NIGHT
5. 3DNR
DC
MANUAL
AUTO
ON
2. Move the the joystick left/right to change setting to OFF/ON
OFF - Noise is not reduced
ON - Noise is reduced
3. Press the joystick to access the submenu for ON setting.
In the 3DNR submenu you can adjust the noise reduction level values range
from 0 to 100. Default setting is 60.
�DNR
LEVEL
RETURN
-----|---- ��
RET
Notes
• Noise levels can be very subtle, and may not be always noticable on adjusting
• When adjusting the noise reduction level in 3DNR submenu, remember that the
higher the level set, the more the noise level will be reduced, however this can
have a softening effect on the image.
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CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
SPECIAL.
1. Highlight 'SPECIAL' in the main setup menu.
•
SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
4. DAY NIGHT
5. 3DNR
6. SPECIAL
7. ADJUST
8. RESET
9. EXIT
DC
•
•
ATW
AUTO
ON
2. Press the joystick to access the submenu for SPECIAL settings.
SPECIAL
1.
2.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
CAM TITLE
D-EFFECT
MOTION
PRIVACY
SYNC
LANGUAGE
DEFECT
RETURN
OFF
OFF
OFF
INT
ENG
RET
•
CAM TITLE : If you enter a title, the title will appear on the monitor.
1. Move the the joystick left/right to change setting to OFF/ON
OFF - No camera title is displayed
ON - Camera title is displayed
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CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
Notes
• When the CAM TITLE is OFF no title will be displayed on the monitor even if you
had previously setup a name. This is the master display setting.
• Only English is available in this mode for camera title.
• Only max 15 characters for the title allowed.
2. Press the joystick to access the submenu for ON setting. Here you will be able
to enter the camera title.
CAM TITLE
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJK
LMNOPQRSTUV
WXYZ()
¯-_/■=&:~,.
  CLR POS END
3. Move the the joystick left/right/up/down to select a letter/number/symbol and press
joystick to confirm selection. Repeat steps until camera title is completed and select
'POS' to select on-screen location for title and 'END' to save title. You can enter up
to a maximum of 15 characters.
Notes
• If you move th e cursor to CLR and press the joystick , all the letters are deleted.
To edit a letter, change the cursor to the bottom left arrow and press
the joystick. Move the cursor over the letter to be edited, move the
cursor to the letter to be inserted and then press the joystick.
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CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
D-EFFECT: Applies digital effects to camera image.
1. Highlight 'D-EFFECT' in the SPECIAL setup menu.
SPECIAL
1. CAM TITLE
2. D-EFFECT
3. MOTION
4. PRIVACY
6. SYNC
7.access
LANGUAGE
2. Press the joystick to
the submenu.
8. RETURN
OFF
OFF
OFF
INT
ENGLISH
END
D-EFFECT
Notes
FREEZE
MIRROR
D-ZOOM
NEG.IMAGE
RETURN
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
RET
3. FREEZE: Freezes current image displayed
4. MIRROR: MIRROR will mirror the image.
V-FLIP, will flip the image vertically.
ROTATE, will vertically flip and also mirror.
OFF, no image effect applied.
5. D-ZOOM: Allows digital zoom and position to be set.
D-ZOOM
D-ZOOM
PAN
TILT
RETURN
x 1.0
----|-------|---RET
0
0
Digital Zoom can range from 1x to 32x. Too much digital zoom will result in blocky image
Pan / Tilt range is -100 to 100.
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ky image
CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
MOTION:
You can monitor activity more efficiently, because a signal is generated by the camera
whenever motion is detected. Visual notification is also available.
1. Highlight 'MOTION' in the SPECIAL setup menu
SPECIAL
1. CAM TITLE
OFF
2. D-EFFECT
4. MOTION
OFF
5. PRIVACY
OFF
6. SYNC
INT
7. LANGUAGE
ENG
8. DEFECT
9. RETURN
RET
2. Move the the joystick left/right
to change setting to OFF/ON
3. Press the joystick to access the submenu for ON setting
MOTION
AREA SELECT
AREA DISPLAY
SENSITIVITY
MOTION VIEW
RETURN

AREA�
ON
-------|- ��
OFF
RET
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POSITION
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
MOTION
- AREA SELECT:
- AREA DISPLAY:
- SENSITIVITY:
- MOTION VIEW:
Select motion detection area number. AREA 1-4
With the area slected will be shown flashing on and off visually.
Turns selected motion detection area ON or OFF.
Pressing joystick when ON will change display to set
the position and the size of the area. Moving the joystick
will change the setting, and press joystick to accept.
After you have set both position,size you can RET or AGAIN
Adjust sensitivity for selected motion detection area (0-40).
Turn motion detection view ON or OFF. When turned on,
upon detection of motion, motion is shown as green dots
to indicate area in which motion is taking place.
Notes
• Motion detection is normally part of a DVR which would provide more flexible customization options.
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CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
PRIVACY:
Hide an area so that it is not displayed on the monitor.
1. Highlight 'PRIVACY' in the SPECIAL setup menu.
2. Move the the joystick left/right to change setting
to OFF/ON
3. Press the joystick to access the submenu for ON setting
- AREA SELECT:
- AREA DISPLAY:
- COLOR:
PRIVACY
AREA SELECT AREA�
AREA DISPLAY
ON
COLOR
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RETURN
RET
Select privacy area number. AREA 1-8
With the area slected will be shown flashing on and off visually.
Turns selected privacy area ON or OFF.
Pressing joystick when ON will change display to set
the position and the size of the area. Moving the joystick
will change the setting, and press joystick to accept.
After you have set both position,size you can RET or AGAIN
Range 0-15. Sets the color of the selected privacy area.
LANGUAGE:
The OSD supports English ,Korean,Japanese, Chinese, Simplified Chinese,Russian
DEFECT:
For Service use only!
ADJUST
ADJUST:
SHARPNESS: Image edge sharpness 0 (soft image)
to 31 oversharp (default is 12)
MONITOR: CRT/LCD/USER setting for monitor type
Note: For direct monitor connection only.
(default is CRT)
OSD COLOR: 0-15 color for OSD menu text
(default is 3)
RESET
RESET:
This will reset all settings for all menus to manufacturer
defaults. This allow you to return to shipped
settings from the manufacturer.
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ADJUST
SHARPNESS
MONITOR
OSD COLOR
RETURN
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CRT
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RET
RESET
FACTORY
RETURN
RESET
RET
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SET
RET
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Refer to the following table if you are experiencing trouble with your camera.
Contact an authorized technician if the table does not provide you with a
solution to the trouble.
Nothing appears on the screen.
Check that the power cord and line connection between the camera and monitor are connected properly.
Check that you have properly connected VIDEO cable to the camera VIDEO output jack.
The image on the screen is dim.
Is lens stained with dirt? Clean lens with soft, clean cloth.
Adjust the monitor contrast & brightness controls
Re-position the camera if necessary.
The image on the screen is dark.
Adjust the contrast feature of the monitor.
If you have an intermediate device, set the 75Ω / Hi-z properly.
The camera is not working properly, and the surface of the camera is hot.
Check that you have properly connected the camera to an appropriate power source.
The Motion Detection function does not work.
Check that MOTION is turned to ON in SPECIAL submenu.
Color is not correct.
Check the setting of WHITE BAL SETUP menu .
When the resistance value of copper wire is at [20˚C(68˚F)]
Copper wire size (AWG)
Resistance (Ω/m)
Voltage Drop (V/m)
#24(0.22mm2)
0.078
0.028
#22(0.33mm2)
0.050
0.018
#20(0.52mm2)
0.030
0.011
#18(0.83mm2)
0.018
0.006
As shown in the table above, voltage decreases as the wire gets longer. Therefore use of
an excessively long adaptor output line for connection to the camera may affect the
performance of the camera.
*Standard voltage for camera operation : AC 24V ±10% or DC 12V ±10%
*There may be some deviation in voltage drop depending on the type of wire and the manufacturer.
Notes
• Be sure to connect power only after all the installation is complete.
• Use only UL listed Class 2 AC 24V power transformer.
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Ultra Resolution
Day & Night Dome Camera
P/N 01.BSM.11.0070201C
V3.01