EverFocus IP66 Specifications

EverFocus
Installation / Operation Instructions
EZ610
Low Light Inline
IP66 Bullet Camera
EVERFOCUS ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
P/N: 4605XZ0610001AR
Operation Instruction
© 2010 EverFocus Electronics Corp
Please read this manual first for correct installation and operation. This manual should be retained for
future reference. The information in this manual was current when published. The manufacturer reserves
the right to revise and improve its products. All specifications are therefore subject to change without
notice.
All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in
any form or by any means without written permission of the EverFocus Electronics Corporation.
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Precautions
1. Do not install the camera near electric or magnetic fields.
Install the camera away from TV/radio transmitters, magnets, electric motors, transformers and
audio speakers since the electromagnetic fields generated from these devices may distort the
video image.
2. Never disassemble the camera beyond the recommendations in this manual nor introduce
materials other than those recommended herein.
Improper disassembly or introduction of corrosive materials may result in equipment failure or
other damage.
3. Try and avoid facing the camera toward the sun.
In some circumstances, direct sunlight or may cause permanent damage to the sensor and/or
internal circuits.
4. Keep the power cord away from water and other liquids and never touch the power cord with
wet hands.
Touching a wet power cord with hands or touching the power cord with wet hands may result in
electric shock.
5. Never install the camera in areas exposed to oil, gas or solvents.
Oil, gas or solvents may result in equipment failure, electric shock or, in extreme cases, fire.
6. Cleaning
Do not touch the surface of the sensor directly with the hands. Use a damp soft cloth to remove
any dirt from the camera body. Use lens tissue or a cotton tipped applicator and ethanol to clean
the sensor and the camera lens. Please do not use complex solvents, corrosive or abrasive
agents for cleaning.
7. Do not operate the camera beyond the specified temperature, humidity or power source
ratings.
Use the camera at temperatures within -40°C ~ 50°C (-40°F~122°F) and in an IP66 complaint
environment; this device is not rated as submersible. The input power source is 12VDC/24VAC.
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Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
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 determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the
following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
ATTENTION! This is a class A product which may cause radio interference in a domestic environment; in
this case, the user may be urged to take adequate measures.
This Product is RoHS compliant.
WEE
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components which can be recycled and reused.
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be disposed of separately from your household waste.
Please, dispose of this equipment at your local community waste collection/recycling
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electronic product.
The information in this manual was current upon publication. The manufacturer reserves the right to revise and improve
his products. Therefore, all specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Misprints reserved.
Please read this manual carefully before installing and using this unit. Be sure to keep it handy for later reference.
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Table of Contents
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Product Overview..............................................................................................................................................7
1.1
Features ..........................................................................................................................................................7
1.2
Accessory Parts List ........................................................................................................................................8
1.3
Specifications ..................................................................................................................................................9
1.4
Dimensions....................................................................................................................................................10
1.5
Camera Component Description ...................................................................................................................11
1.6
Related Products ...........................................................................................................................................11
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Installation .......................................................................................................................................................12
2.1
Wiring and Mounting......................................................................................................................................12
2.2
Adjust Camera Position .................................................................................................................................14
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OSD Menu Setup.............................................................................................................................................16
3.1
Control Key General Operation Guide...........................................................................................................16
3.2
RS485 ID & Baud Rate Setting .....................................................................................................................17
3.3 OSD Menu Setup ..........................................................................................................................................18
3.3.1 OSD Menu Tree .....................................................................................................................................18
3.3.2 LENS ......................................................................................................................................................20
3.3.3 EXPOSURE............................................................................................................................................20
3.3.3.1 SHUTTER .................................................................................................................................. 20
3.3.3.2 AGC (Auto Gain Control – basic low light signal amplification)....................................................... 20
3.3.3.3 SENS-UP ................................................................................................................................... 20
3.3.3.4 BLC/HSBLC .............................................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
3.3.3.5 D-WDR ...................................................................................................................................... 22
3.3.4 WHITE BALANCE CONTROL................................................................................................................22
3.3.5 DAY NIGHT ............................................................................................................................................23
3.3.6 3DNR......................................................................................................................................................24
3.3.7 SPECIAL ................................................................................................................................................25
3.3.7.1 CAM TITLE................................................................................................................................. 25
3.3.7.2 D-EFFECT ................................................................................................................................. 26
3.3.7.3 FREEZE..................................................................................................................................... 26
3.3.7.4 MIRROR .................................................................................................................................... 26
3.3.7.5 D-ZOOM .................................................................................................................................... 26
3.3.7.6 GAMMA ..................................................................................................................................... 26
3.3.7.7 NEG. IMAGE .............................................................................................................................. 26
3.3.7.8 RETURN .................................................................................................................................... 27
3.3.7.9 MOTION..................................................................................................................................... 27
3.3.7.10 PRIVACY ................................................................................................................................. 27
3.3.7.11 SYNC....................................................................................................................................... 28
3.3.7.12 LANGUAGE.............................................................................................................................. 28
3.3.7.13 RETURN .................................................................................................................................. 28
3.3.8 ADJUST..................................................................................................................................................28
3.3.8.1 SHARPNESS ............................................................................................................................. 28
3.3.8.2 BLUE ......................................................................................................................................... 28
3.3.8.3 RED ........................................................................................................................................... 28
3.3.9 RESET....................................................................................................................................................29
3.3.9.1 FACTORY RESET ...................................................................................................................... 29
3.3.9.2 EXIT........................................................................................................................................... 29
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RS-485 Remote Control..................................................................................................................................30
4.1 Remote control with EKB-500 keyboard........................................................................................................30
4.1.1 RS - 485 Wiring ......................................................................................................................................30
4.1.2 OSD Menu Setting by Keyboard ............................................................................................................30
4.1.3 Lens Adjustment by Keyboard................................................................................................................31
4.2 Remote Control with EverFocus DVR ...........................................................................................................31
4.2.1 RS-485 Wiring ........................................................................................................................................31
4.2.2 Camera Operation and Setup by DVR ...................................................................................................31
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Chapter
1 PRODUCT OVERVIEW
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Amazing color low light sensitivity of 0.05 lux before the added benefits of advanced DSP
technology, delivered by a 1/3” Sony Super HAD II sensor, is just the beginning with the new
EverFocus EZ610. Get color without compromise: 560TVL resolution, your choice of full motion
color or true day/night images in low light without ghosting, plus Digital Wide Dynamic Range to
handle the most challenging of bright or unbalanced scene lighting conditions. Easy to mount
and install, the camera includes a speedy-mount ring, designed to fit a standard 4” electrical box,
for convenient and reliable wall or ceiling mounting; just attach the speedy-mount ring to the
mounting surface and the camera base plate quickly attaches to the ring. A removeable insert in
the ring provides for an on-demand slot for surface wire access. Spin off the base plate, and the
EZ610 mates with any standard 1” conduit thread. The E-Z Lock ring at the base is designed with
sure-grip tabs to firmly clamp the camera to the base plate, plus a set screw in the base provides
added security. Vandal resistant, IP66, with motorized varifocal auto iris lens, dual voltage
operation and a full suite of OSD Menu and DSP functions controllable at the camera or remotely
via RS-485 (3D-DNR to save DVR HDD space, privacy masking, 32X digital zoom, mirroring and
rotation, 256X sens-up to a max of .0002 lux, and much more) this is the camera you have been
waiting for, and might be the only camera you’ll ever need.
1.1 Features
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Super HAD II sensor at 0.05 lux has 5X better native light sensitivity before DSP low light
boost
Color without compromise: your choice of full motion color or true day/night images in low
light without ghosting
True Day/Night with ICR module (field selectable, if desired)
Starlight super high sensitivity of 0.0002 Lux/F=1.2 is achieved through a sensitivity
increase setting of up to 256x
Motorized varifocal auto iris lens – choose 2.8-10mm or 9-22mm focal range
Digital Wide Dynamic Range expansion to deliver properly exposed images despite bright
light sources, deep shadows and/or unbalanced lighting in the same scene
Provides 3D-Noise Reduction to improve picture clarity while enabling DVRs to improve disk
storage utilization
Flexible mounting and positioning – speedy-mount ring also fits a 4” round electrical box; or
remove base to mate with 1” conduit
E-Z Lock ring at the base is designed with easy to grip tabs to firmly clamp the camera in
place, plus a set screw in the base for added security.
Easy to use OSD setup menu with local or RS-485 remote control (from a DVR or keyboard)
Motion detection for 4 configurable zones
Privacy mask function for 8 configurable zones
Provides digital zoom up to 32x
Easy bottom access to video test point and lens/OSD menu controls inside a weatherproof
cover
IP66 weather resistant
Dual voltage (12VDC/24VAC) with line lock to AC supply
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1.2 Accessory Parts List
Please be careful when you unpack the box and the electronic device inside. Check and
make sure that you have all the items listed below inside the original box:
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Camera Unit x 1
Speedy Mount Ring x 1
Surface Wire Slot Filler x 1
Operation Manual x 1
Video Test Cable x 1
Power Supply Pigtail x 1
Mounting Kit x 1
Mounting kit includes:
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Long Screws x 4 (for attaching EZ Mount Ring to mounting surface)
Short Screws x 4 (for connecting camera base to EZ Mount Ring)
Expanding Anchors x 4
Hex key x 1 (for adjusting camera)
Hexagon wrench x 1 (for adjusting sunshield and set screw in base)
Mounting Template x 1
Note: If an item appears to have been damaged in shipment, replace it properly in its carton
and notify the shipper. If any items are missing, notify your EverFocus Electronics Corp.
Sales Representative or Customer Service. The shipping carton is the safest container in
which the unit may be transported. Save it for possible future use.
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1.3 Specifications
Model
EZ610
Pickup Device
Video Format
1/3" SONY Super HAD II CCD
Picture Elements
768 x 494(NTSC)/ 752 x 582 (PAL)
Horizontal Resolution
560 TVL
Sensitivity
0.05Lux/F=1.2 (AGC ON); 0.0002Lux/F=1.2 (Sens-up 256x)
S/N Ratio
Electronic Shutter
Video Output
Over 52dB (AGC off)
1/50(1/60) ~1/100,000
Main Output BNC 1.0V p-p 75Ω,
Local test output, cable provided.
Gamma Correction
0.45
Lens Type
DC Iris Varifocal: focal length 2.8-10mm (MVB) or 9-22mm (MV2)
Back Light Compensation
OFF/BLC/HS BLC Selectable
Auto Gain Control
Low/Middle/High Selectable
White Balance
ATW/AWB/AWC/Manual/Indoor/Outdoor Selectable
Sync. Mode
Internal / Line lock (24 VAC only)
Day & Night
Color/Auto/BW/EXT
OSD menu
Multiple functions
3D-DNR
Off/On switchable
Digital WDR
Off / Outdoor / Indoor
Digital Slow Shutter
Sens-Up up to 256X
Mirror
Off/Mirror/V-Flip/Rotate Selectable
Digital Zoom
Off/On selectable up to 32X
Motion Detection
Off/On for 4 selectable zones
Privacy Mask
Off/On for 8 selectable zones
RS-485
2 wire simplex; address 1~99; 1200-9600 baud; EverFocus or Pelco-D protocol self detecting
Power Source
12VDC/24VAC
Power Consumption
12VDC: 2,5W / 5W max with heater
24VAC: 3 W / 6 W max. with heater
Operating Temperature
-40°C~50°C ; -40°F~122°F (built-in thermostat controlled heater)
NTSC, PAL (by model)
Weatherproof
IP66 rated
Vandal Resistant
Yes
Dimensions
Weight
Mounting Pattern
Certifications
Total Length 316.2mm/12.49 in.
Body/sunshield 81.5mm/3.21 in. high
Base 105.1mm/4.15 in. diameter
1250 g / 2.275 lbs.
Speedy-Mount Ring also mates with 4” round electrical box; base swivel is 1” NPT – remove
base plate for coupling to standard conduit fittings.
CE / FCC
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1.4 Dimensions
Camera Body
Camera Base
Front view of EZ610
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1.5 Camera Component Description
Speedy-mount Ring
Sunshield
Use a coin or screwdriver
to remove the cover
Controls are inside the cover
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Red: Menu mode
Green: Lens mode
1) Reset:
To load the factory default configuration press the button, which is inside this
hole, for 3 seconds. Please gently insert a thin, non-metallic device into the hole
to operate the reset button.
2) Control Key: For setting Lens & OSD menu. Press the mini-joystick and hold for 5 seconds to
switch between Lens & Menu setting. When the camera is in Lens mode, turn
the mini-joystick up (c) or down (d) to zoom in/ zoom out. Turn the minijoystick left (e) or right (f) to adjust focus.
3) Lens/Menu: Lens LED will turn green when you select the Lens adjustment mode. Menu
LED will turn red when you select the Menu setting mode.
4) Video/GND: for aim and focus access to video at the camera, use the Video Test Cable
supplied to connect to a hand held test monitor (EN220 or similar).
1.6 Related Products
In addition, you may order the following EverFocus products which are recommended for use
with the camera to achieve the best performance:
• EverFocus control keyboard (EKB500)
• Any EverFocus DVR with RS-485 interface for PTZ control
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Chapter
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2 INSTALLATION
This chapter will describe, in general terms, how to install the EZ610 camera.
STEPS:
1. Wire and mount the camera. See 2.1
2. Adjust the camera position. See 2.2
Warning
To prevent electrical shock, turn off the electrical power before making electrical connections.
2.1 Wiring and Mounting
Use the template and an appropriate tool to drill 4 holes to attach the speedy-mount ring. If no
surface wire will be used, please insert the provided plug into the ring from the underside; the
plug will be held securely in place by the ring. If surface wire access is required, simply omit the
plug to leave the surface wire channel clear.
Push the plastic anchors into the 4 holes.
3. Take a long Phillips pan head screw and tighten it through the EZ Mount Ring counter-bored
hole into a plastic anchor. Repeat this step until all 4 screws are secured to the wall/ceiling.
4. Drill a 1” diameter hole within the interior of the EZ Mount Ring.
5. Pull the cables to be connected to power & video cables from the ceiling or wall.
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Video & Power cables
RS485 cable
(optional)
White: RS-485 +
Black: RS-485 Power Socket
RS-485 cable
Connect the power and video cables. Attach the camera to the speedy-mount ring, securing it
with the 4 screws provided.
Optional
Power and Video connection:
Note: For details of RS-485 connection please consult chapter 4, for Rs-485 setup chapter 3.2!
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2.2 Adjust Camera Position
Adjust the viewing angle to the desired direction. With this unique 3-axis positioning system,
installers can capture images from virtually any angle, without compromising. The camera can
be adjusted in 3 ways.
1st axis
Use a hexagon key to loosen this screw to
rotate the camera 360°
2nd axis
Use a hexagon key to loosen this screw to
rotate the camera 180°
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3rd axis
Loosen lock ring and set screw to rotate camera 360°
Sunshield
To remove or install the sunshield, use the hexagon wrench provided to loosen the screw at
sunshield.
Loosen this screw
Slide rib on interior of sunshield into track on
outside of camera body from front to back.
Note: When properly installed, the rear of the sunshield is even with the rear of the camera
body; improperly extending the sunshield to ‘shade’ the lens can compromise image
quality.
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Chapter
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3 OSD MENU SETUP
This chapter introduces how to change RS485 ID and Baud Rate and to configure the camera
OSD menu.
STEPS
If you want to connect camera with keyboard or other RS-485 - controller, please refer to Section
3.2 RS485 ID & Baud Rate setting. Otherwise, please go to STEP 2.
Configure the camera, as described below:
3.1 Control Key General Operation Guide
Switch between Lens and Menu operation
Press and hold ( ~ 5 s) the joystick button for changing the operation mode of the
joystick. Red LED: Menu mode, Green LED lens control mode.
Bring Up the General OSD Menu
Simply press the mini-joystick to bring up the general OSD menu.
Note: Make sure, that the joystick is in "MENU" mode (red LED under Joystick).
Navigate among the OSD Menu Items
Turn the mini-joystick up (c) or down (d) to move the cursor up or down.
Change Modes or Setting Parameters
Turn the mini-joystick left (e) or right (f) to adjust the mode or value of settings.
Switch to Sub-menu Screens
When an item with a sub-menu is selected, press inward on the mini-joystick to switch to
the sub-menu for further settings. This may also be referred to in the instructions below
as “pressing the setup button”. Please refer to the diagram below.
SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL.
4. DAY NIGHT
5. 3DNR
6. SPECIAL
7. ADJUST
8. RESET
9. EXIT
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NOTE: For those selected items with “
settings.
” sign in the end, there is a sub-menu for further
Return to Previous Page
Go to “Return” by turning the mini-joystick and press the mini-joystick to return to
previous page.
Close the Host Menu Screen
To close the menu screen, navigate to the “EXIT” item and press the mini-joystick.
3.2 RS485 ID & Baud Rate Setting
Default setting for RS-485 is:
Protocol:
Baud rate:
RS-485 ID:
EverFocus or Pelco-D, self detecting (no setup required)
9600
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The setup of RS-485 parameters should be done as first step of camera OSD setup, because a
camera reset is required for this.
Press the RESET key with a thin tool and hold for ~3 seconds.
The camera will perform a factory reset, after this the current RS-485 address is shown on the
top of the screen:
Example:
ID 01
RS485 ID is adjustable in the range 01~99. Default value is 01. Move joystick UP and Down to
adjust it. Press “Set” key to confirm the setting.
Now the current Baud Rate appears on the top of the screen:
Example:
9600
The Baud Rate is adjustable for the values 9600, 4800, 2400 and 1200. Default value is 9600.
Move joystick UP and Down to adjust it. Press “Set” key to confirm and finalize the setting.
Note: 1. For camera protocol, EZ610 recognizes Everfocus Pelco-P or Pelco-D protocols
automatically (No setting is required).
2. Camera ID and baud rate setting can only be performed locally, not from Keyboard.
3. RS-485 ID and Baud rate have to match the controller settings for this camera and the
connected RS-485 port.
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3.3 OSD Menu Setup
3.3.1 OSD Menu Tree
Default settings are shown bold or in brackets.
Lens
— DC
Exposure
— Shutter
— x256, x128, x64, x32,
x16, x8, x4, x2, 1/60(NTSC) / 1/50
(PAL), FLK,1/250, 1/500, 1/1000,
1/2000, 1/5000, 1/10000
— AGC
— HIGH ; MIDDLE ;
LOW ; OFF
— SENS-UP
— AUTO (x8) ; OFF
— BLC
— OFF
— D-WDR
Brightness 0~100 (50)
— BLC
— Gain
Default, Left/Right,
Width, Top/Bottom,
Height, Return
— Low, Middle, High
— HSBLC
— Level
Default, Left/Right,
Width, Top/Bottom,
Height, Return
— 0~8 (5)
— Off, Indoor, Outdoor
— Return
White Balance
— ATW
— AWB
— AWC->SET
— Manual
— Red
— 0~100 (25)
— Blue
— 0~100 (35)
— Return
— Indoor
— Outdoor
— Return
Day/Night
— EXT
— Auto
— Delay
— 0~63 (5)
— S-Level
— 0~100 ( 56)
— D-Level
— 0~100 ( 6)
— Burst
— Off, On
— Color
— Black/White
— Return
— Return
3DNR
— ON
— Level
— 0~100 (30)
— Return
— OFF
Special
— Camera Title
— ON
— Characters 0....Z
— OFF
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— Return
— D-Effect
— Mirror
— H_MIR ; V_MIR ; OFF
Gamma
— 0.45~1.00
Neg_Image
— ON ; OFF
— Return
— Motion
— Off
— On
— Area Select
— Area1-Area4
— Area Display
— Off, On
— Left/Right
— 5~66
— Width
— 0~93
— Top/Bottom
— 1~60
— Height
— 0~60
— Sensitivity
— 0~40
— Motion View
— Off, On
— Return
— Privacy
— Off
— On
— Area Select
— Area1-Area4
— Area Display
— Off, On
— Left/Right
— 6~98
— Width
— 0~93
— Top/Bottom
— 0~60
— Height
— 0~61
— Color
— 0~15
— Return
— Sync.
— INT / LL
— Language
— English
Trad. Chinese
Simp. Chinese
Japanese
— Return
— Return
Adjust
Reset
— Sharpness
— 0~31 (16)
— Blue
— 0~100 (63)
— Red
— 0~100 (63)
— Factory
— Return
Exit
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3.3.2 LENS
When the SETUP menu is displayed on the screen, please direct the arrow to point to “LENS” by
using the UP and DOWN buttons.
The iris opening can be adjusted in DC mode in LENS LEVEL. The level can be adjusted from 0
to 50.
Please select RETURN and press the SETUP button if you would like to return to the previous
menu.
3.3.3 EXPOSURE
3.3.3.1 SHUTTER
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3.
When the SETUP menu is displayed on the screen, please direct the arrow to point to
“EXPOSURE” -> “SHUTTER” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
Select the shutter mode by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Select from x256, x128, x64, x32, x16, x8, x4, x2, 1/60 (1/50 at PAL), FLK, 1/250, 1/500,
1/1000, 1/2000, 1/5000, 1/10000, 1/100000 for NTSC model or x256, x128, x64, x32, x16,
x8, x4, x2, 1/50, FLK, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/5000, 1/10000, 1/00000 for PAL
model.
FLK: Please select “FLK” mode when flickering occurs on the screen, because of an
irregular balance between illumination and frequency. NTSC model: 1/100, PAL model:
1/120.
Select RETURN and press the SETUP button when you finish all the settings.
NOTE: Make sure for default setting 1/60 (NTSC) / 1/50 (PAL) , if SENS-UP function is needed in
the installation. All other Shutter modes will disable SENS-UP functionality.
3.3.3.2 AGC (Auto Gain Control – basic low light signal amplification)
Please direct the arrow to point to “AGC” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
Select the level you would like to choose by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button. The more the
level of gain increases, the brighter the screen, but the level of noise increases as well. Please
select from HIGH, MIDDLE, LOW and OFF.
Note: AGC must be on for sense-up low light boost to function.
3.3.3.3 SENS-UP
SENS-UP is used to keep a brilliant, vivid screen image under low light level conditions by
automatically compensating for changes in the level of light.
Please direct the arrow to point to “SENSE-UP” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
Select the mode you would like to operate by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
AUTO: Low light level auto mode. Press SET for adjusting the maximum number of interpolated
images. (Default is Auto, 8X)
OFF: The function is disabled.
Press select RETURN and the SETUP button when you finish all the settings.
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NOTE: 1. SENS-UP will be disabled, if AGC is OFF or the default SHUTTER value (1/50 PAL /
1/60 NTSC) was changed
2. The image becomes brighter when the setting increases; however, the after image
increases as well. Due to the increased light sensitivity of the Super HAD II chip, far less
DSP ‘boost’ is needed, resulting in color or B/W images in low light with minimal ghosting.
3. Please note that spots and noise may appear if light amplification increases when
SENSE-UP is operating. This is a normal phenomenon, controllable with DNR.
3.3.3.4 BLC-Backlight Compensation. There are three choices for the type of BLC which may be
employed: OFF, traditonal BLC or HSBLC.
BLC
Video gain can be adjusted automatically to correct the exposure of subjects that are in front of a
bright light source.
Please direct the arrow to point to “BLC” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
Select the BLC mode by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button. Then make adjustments as below:
GAIN
Select from High, Middle and Low.
DEFAULT
Set the factory default values for BLC.
LEFT/RIGHT
Set the Left/Right side of an area for the BLC to be adjusted. The value
adjustable is 0~6.
WIDTH
Set the width of an area for the BLC to be adjusted. The value adjustable is
0~6.
TOP/BOTTOM
Set the Top/Bottom side of an area for the BLC to be adjusted. The value
adjustable is 0~6.
HEIGHT
Set the height of an area for the BLC to be adjusted. The value adjustable is
0~6.
RETURN
Press “RET” to save all settings in the BLC menu and return to the previous
menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
HSBLC
HSBLC (Highlight Suppression BLC) is used to reduce the brightness of light sources in a
specific area. It is activated only in a low illumination environment to minimize the effects of glare
from bright lights such as spotlights, street lights or headlights in the field of view. Where
‘traditional’ BLC can increase the exposure of a dark area surrounded by a brighter area, HSBLC
can decrease the exposure of bright areas surrounded by darker areas.
1. Please direct the arrow to point to “BLC” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
2. Select the HSBLC mode by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button. Then make adjustments as
below:
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LEVEL
Adjust the sensitivity level for HSBLC from 0 to 8.
DEFAULT
Set the factory default values for HSBLC.
LEFT/RIGHT
Set the Left/Right side of an area for the HSBLC to be adjusted. The value
adjustable is 0~6.
WIDTH
Set the width of an area for the HSBLC to be adjusted. The value adjustable is
0~6.
TOP/BOTTOM Set the Top/Bottom side of an area for the HSBLC to be adjusted. The value
adjustable is 0~6.
HEIGHT
Set the height of an area for the HSBLC to be adjusted. The value adjustable
is 0~6.
RETURN
Press “RET” to save all settings in the HSBLC menu and return to the previous
menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
3.3.3.5 D-WDR
When there are both bright and dark areas at same time, this function can help make both areas
more evenly exposed.
1.
Please direct the arrow to point to “D-WDR” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
2.
Select the mode you would like to operate by moving the joystick LEFT or RIGHT.
OFF
Disables D-WDR function (default)
INDOOR
Select this option if you are in an indoor environment.
OUTDOOR
Select this option if you are in an outdoor environment.
Return
Press “RET” to save all settings in the Exposure menu and return to the
previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
3.3.4 WHITE BALANCE CONTROL
The screen color can be adjusted by using the WHITE BALANCE function.
Please direct the arrow to point to “WHITE BAL” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
Please select the mode you would like to operate by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Please select one of the 6 modes below:
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ATW
Auto Tracking White Balance: This mode can be used within the color
temperature range from 5,500°K to 6,000°K (eg, fluorescent light, outdoor,
sodium vapor lamp or inside tunnels).
AWB
Auto White Balance: This mode can be used within the color temperature range
from 2,500°K to 10,000°K. (default)
AWC ->SET
To find the optimal setting for the current luminance environment in this mode,
point the camera toward a sheet of white paper, and press “SET”. If the
environment changes, you will have to readjust it.
MANUAL
The manual adjustment mode enables a more precise adjustment. Please select
ATW or AWC first. Then change to manual adjustment mode and press the
SETUP button. Set the suitable color temperature, and increase or decrease the
red and blue color values at the same time while checking the color changes of
the objects in view.
Press “RET” to save all settings in this menu and return to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
INDOOR
Select this option when the color temperature is 5,600°K.
OUTDOOR
Select this option when the color temperature is 3,300°K
Press “RET” to saves all settings in this menu and returns to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
3.3.5 DAY NIGHT
These settings control the operation of the camera when the illumination level changes. Choices
are Color at all times; B/W at all times; or color when illumination is bright, switching to B/W in
low light. EZ610 camera will have excellent IR sensitivity when displaying a low light B/W picture.
B/W
BURST
The picture is always displayed in B/W.
OFF/ON:
ON: Retains the color burst information; minor color noise may appear
when ambient illumination is low.
OFF: With color burst signal off, picture will be pure B/W.
Press “RET” to save all settings in the DAY/NIGHT menu and returns to the
previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the setting menus and exit.
COLOR
The picture is always displayed in color, even at low light levels.
NOTE: In “color” operation, there is an IR “cut” (blocking) filter between the
lens and the sensor; thus EZ610 camera has very little IR sensitivity when
the image is displayed in color. (default)
AUTO
The picture switches to color in a normal (bright) environment and switches
to B/W when the ambient illumination is low. The switching point is controlled
by the video signal level.
Note: AGC selection must be set as middle or high in order to employ the
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Delay
S-Level
E-Level
EXT
auto switching function.
Delay time for switch reaction on light changes, range 0~63 seconds.
Trigger level for switching to day mode in range 0~100.
Trigger level for switching to night mode in range 0~100.
NOTE: The AUTO mode is not recommended for applications with highpower IR illumination. The camera may switch continuously between
Day and Night mode.
The picture will switch automatically to color in a normal environment and to
B/W when the ambient illumination is low based on the illumination reaching
the light sensor at the front of the camera body.
3.3.6 3DNR
3DNR reduces the background noise in a low luminance environment.
OFF
ON
Level
Disables 3DNR to keep the same amount of noise.
Enables 3DNR to reduce the noise. (default)
Noise reduction level from 0~100. (default=30)
Press “RET” to saves all settings in DNR menu and returns to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the setting menus and exit.
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3.3.7 SPECIAL
In this section, user can do special settings including camera title, digital effects, motion, privacy
zones, synchronization and language.
Please direct the arrow to point to “SPECIAL” on the SETUP menu by using the UP and DOWN
buttons.
Select the mode you would like to operate by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
3.3.7.1 CAM TITLE
Input the camera title, and it will be appeared on the monitor.
Please direct the arrow to point to “CAM TITLE” by using the UP or DOWN button.
Select “ON” by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Press SETUP button.
Maximum 15 characters can be used for the ID.
Use UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT buttons to move the cursor to the letter to be chosen.
Use SETUP button to choose that letter.
Once a name has been selected, please choose a position where you would like to display the
name.
Move the cursor onto “POS” and press the SETUP button.
The name will appear at the top left hand corner.
Please use the 4 directional buttons to move the position of the displayed name.
Press the SETUP button when the desired location has been reached.
If you would like to cancel the ID entered, please move the cursor to “CLR”, and all the letters
entered will be deleted.
Select “END” and press the SETUP button to complete ID input.
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3.3.7.2 D-EFFECT
3.3.7.3 FREEZE
OFF
ON
Select “OFF” to view live image.
Select “ON” to freeze and display current live image.
3.3.7.4 MIRROR
OFF
MIRROR
V-FLIP
ROTATE
Disable digital effects.
The image is displayed horizontal flipped.
The image is displayed vertical flipped.
Rotate the image 180˚.
3.3.7.5 D-ZOOM
Setup for digital zoom.
OFF
ON
Disable the D-ZOOM function
D-Zoom: Select digital zoom from X1.0 up to X32. Note that zoom levels
above X4 may lead to excessive pixellation.
Setup of the position of the magnified image in view (0 is the center of the
image):
Pan: Select digital pan from -100 to 100.
Tilt: Select digital tilt from -100 to 100.
Press “RET” to saves all settings in D-ZOOM menu and returns to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the setting menus and exit.
3.3.7.6 GAMMA
This menu allows adjustment of gamma correction for ideal linearity of image brightness and
contrast in the range 0.05 to 1.0.
3.3.7.7 NEG. IMAGE
Allows user to create a negative of the original image. A negative image is a tonal inversion of a
positive image, in which light areas appear dark and vice versa. A negative color image is
additionally color reversed, with red areas appearing cyan, greens appearing magenta and blues
appearing yellow.
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3.3.7.8 RETURN
Return: Press “RET” to save all settings in D-EFFECT menu and return to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
3.3.7.9 MOTION
This camera enables you to observe movements of objects in 4 different areas on the screen,
and the message “MOTION DETECTED” appears on the screen when movement is detected.
The camera detects an object’s movement by sensing changes in the pixels displayed.
OFF
ON
AREA SELECT
AREA DISPLAY
LEFT/RIGHT
WIDTH
TOP/BOTTOM
HEIGHT
SENSITIVITY
MOTION VIEW
RETURN
Disables the MOTION function.
Please select the area you would like to detect from the 4 areas in AREA
SELECT mode
Select “ON” to use the motion area selected in sensitivity. Select “OFF” to
disable this function.
Set the coordinate of the horizontal axis 5~66.
Set the size of horizontal area 0~93.
Set the coordinate of the vertical axis 1~60.
Set the size of vertical area 0~60.
Set the sensitivity level for the motion trigger by selecting from 0~40. When
the sensitivity value is high, motion detection sensitivity increases to sense
very small movements and vice versa.
Select “ON” to display motion detection pixels in the live view.
Press “RET” to save all settings in MOTION menu and return to the
previous menu. Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
3.3.7.10 PRIVACY
This mode masks areas you do not want to display on the screen.
OFF
ON
AREA SELECT
AREA DISPLAY
LEFT/RIGHT
WIDTH
TOP/BOTTOM
HEIGHT
COLOR
RETURN
Disable the PRIVACY function.
Please select the area you would like to hide from the 8 areas in AREA
SELECT mode.
Select “ON” to use the area selected in the AREA SELECT. Select “OFF”
to disable this function.
Set the coordinate of the horizontal axis 6~98.
Set the size of horizontal area 0~93.
Set the coordinate of the vertical axis 0~60.
Set the size of vertical area 0~61.
Set area color. It is selectable from 0 to 15.
Press “RET” to save all settings in PRIVACY menu and return to the
previous menu. Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
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3.3.7.11 SYNC
There are two SYNCHRONIZATION modes INTERNAL and LINE-LOCK. In LINE-LOCK mode,
the video signal is synchronized to the frequency of the incoming AC power. The Line-Lock
synchronization can only be used when the supply power is 24VAC 60Hz (NTSC models) or
50Hz (PAL models).
INT
L/L
Internal synchronization
Line-lock synchronization (only for 24 VAC)
3.3.7.12 LANGUAGE
Select OSD language. EZ610 camera supports multiple languages including English, Japanese,
Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.
3.3.7.13 RETURN
Press “RET” to save all settings in the SPECIAL menu and return to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
3.3.8 ADJUST
Adjust sharpness, Blue and Red level in this section.
3.3.8.1 SHARPNESS
The contour of the video image becomes cleaner and more easily distinguished as the level of
SHARPNESS increases. If the level is set too high, it may affect the video image and cause
noise. The available range of level is 0~31.
3.3.8.2 BLUE
Adjust image’s blue level. The available range of level is 0~100.
3.3.8.3 RED
Adjust image’s red level. The available range of level is 0~100.
Press “RET” to saves all settings in the ADJUST menu and returns to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
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3.3.9 RESET
3.3.9.1 FACTORY RESET
Reset to the default settings.
Press “RET” to return to the previous menu.
Press “END” to exit.
3.3.9.2 EXIT
Save all the menu settings and exit.
NOTE: If you quit a Menu without pressing EXIT, all the settings you previously modified will
NOT be saved.
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Chapter
4 RS-485 REMOTE CONTROL
4.1 Remote control with EKB-500 keyboard
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4.1.1 RS - 485 Wiring
For more details about RS-485 wiring please consult related chapters in EKB-500 user manual.
Note!
Before being able to control keyboard, make sure Keyboard RS485 camera ID, Baud rate match
the camera. (see COM port and CAMERA setting in EKB500 manual).
EZ610 camera ID default is 01. Baud rate is 9600. Supported Protocols are EverFocus and
Pelco-D. The camera detects the protocol of incoming commands automatically.
4.1.2 OSD Menu Setting by Keyboard
a. On the EKB500, choose the Camera (Camera ID) to be controlled. Then press “Menu” to
enter the SETUP menu.
b. Move the joystick UP (c) and DOWN (d). This allows you to move between selection
items in the setup menu.
c.
If the item has sub-menu setting (sign
), press “Menu” again to display the sub-menu.
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SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL.
DC <┘
<┘
AWB
d. Move the joystick RIGHT (f) and LEFT (e) to adjust the mode and parameters of the
selected item.
Press “Menu” to leave and goes to previous menu after setting. Move to “exit” and press “menu”
button when you finish all settings.
For detail setting of each setup function, Please refer to “3.3. OSD Menu Setup”.
4.1.3 Lens Adjustment by Keyboard
1. Press Zoom in or Zoom out to adjust zoom; or turn the Joystick clockwise to zoom out, and
counterclockwise to zoom in.
2. Press Focus N or Focus F to adjust focus.
4.2 Remote Control with EverFocus DVR
4.2.1 RS-485 Wiring
The connection to the DVR depends on DVR type. The EverFocus EDSR and EDR series (MPEG4)
provide 2 looped RJ45 sockets with same pinout as EKB-500 keyboard (chapter 4.1.1). The DVR of
Paragon and ECOR series as well as EverFocus video server have 2-pin screw terminal connectors
for RS-485 interface.
4.2.2 Camera Operation and Setup by DVR
The DVR have different layout and functionality for PTZ control.
If the DVR does not provide buttons for PTZ OSD menu, following alternative commands can be used
for EZ610 OSD menu:
Set Preset 95
Iris open (Iris +)
Iris close (Iris -)
Open OSD menu
Enter / Set
ESC / Close OSD menu
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