D-MAX DCC-500D User manual

Digital Day & Night
COLOR DOME CAMERA
USER MANUAL
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operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
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comply with limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
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These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
Contents
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
1. Features
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manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
2. Components
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Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
3. Names and functions of parts
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energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
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4. Camera operation
WARNING - Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
1) LENS (selection)
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manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
2) SHUTTER (condition and speed control)
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CAUTION : To prevent electric shock and risk of fire hazards : Do
3) WHITE BALANCE control
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NOT use power sources other than that specified.
4) BACKLIGHT (Backlight Compensation)
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Do NOT expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
5) AGC (Auto gain compensation)
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6) DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
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This installation should be made by a qualified service person
7) SENS-UP
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and should conform to all local codes
8) SPECIAL
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9) EXIT
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5. Troubleshooting
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6. Specifications
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1. Features
Horizontal Resolution 530 TVLines
Clear image quality has been achieved by employing a SONY
CCD with 410,000(effective) pixels, which provides a horizontal
resolution of 530 TV lines.
High Sensitivity
The built-in high sensitivity SONY COLOR CCD enables a clear
image even in 0.3Lux(0.1Lux B/W) or as low as 0.002Lux with
SENS-UP.
DAY & NIGHT
This camera has a function that automatically selects the mode
that is appropriate for daytime or night-time conditions. The
COLOR mode operates in daytime conditions to provide optimum
colors, and BW mode operates in nighttime conditions to enhance
the definition of the image.
DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
The amount of low illuminance noise has been significantly
reduced, and the signal-to-noise ratio (S/N ratio) as well as
horizontal resolution have been improved, resulting in a clear and
sharp image display even in the dark.
Electronic IRIS
The electronic IRIS function enables continuous automatic control
of the shutter between 1/60~1/120,000 seconds.
PRIVACY Function
The PRIVACY function conceals the areas you do not wish to
appear on the screen.
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Controlled by OSD Menu
The camera can be controlled by selecting text displayed on the
monitor screen.
Additional Functions
SENS-UP, MOTION DETECTION, MIRROR, SHARPNESS and
SYNC (INT/LL) functions are also available.
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2. Precaution
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Do not install the camera in
extreme temperature conditions.
Do not install or use the camera
in an environment where the
humidity is high
Only use the camera nuder
conditions where temperatures
are between -10 and 50 . Be
especially careful to provide
ventilation when operating under
high temperatures.
Only use the camera nuder
conditions where temperatures
are between -10 and 50 . Be
especially careful to provide
ventilation when operating under
high temperatures.
Do not install the camera under
unstable lighting conditions.
Do not touch the front lens of the
camera.
Severe lighting change or flicker
can cause the camera to work
improperly.
It is one of the most important
parts of the camera. Be careful
not to be stained by finggerprint.
Do not drop the camera or
subject it to physical shocks.
Never keep the camea face to
strong light directly.
It can cause malfunctions to
occur.
It can damage the CCD.
Do not expose the camera to
rain or spill beverage on it.
Do not expose the camera to
radioactivity.
If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
Lipuids can contain minerals that
corrode the electronic components.
if it is exposed to radioactivity, For
heated CCD, it Will be out of
order.
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3. Names and Functions of Parts
1) Names of Parts
- SETUP button : Used for the menu display. This button can be
used to confirm settings after changing the value of the selected
function or current conditions.
- UP & DOWN buttons : Used for selecting items by moving the
cursor up or down on the menu screen.
- LEFT & RIGHT buttons : Used when changing item values, by
moving the cursor to the left or right on the menu screen.
POWER
VIDEO
2) OSD PCB
SETUP
UP
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DOWN
RIGHT
LEFT
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4. Camera operation
1) LENS
This function is used to adjust the brightness of the screen.
SETUP
LENS
SHUTTER
WHITE BAL
BACKLIGHT
AGC
DNR
SENS-UP
SPECIAL
EXIT
MNUAL
ESC
ATM
OFF
LOW
LOW
OFF
- Please select the type of the manual lens.
RIGHT button.
- FLK : Please select 'FLK' mode when
flickering occurs on the screen, due to an
imbalance between illumination and
frequency. (NTSC Model : 1/100, PAL
Model : 1/120)
- ESC : Auto control of the shutter speed
can be achieved. When ESC mode is on, the speed is controlled
automatically according to the brightness of the screen.
- MANUAL : The shutter speed can be controlled manually.
SETUP
LENS
SHUTTER
WHITE BAL
BACKLIGHT
AGC
DNR
SENS-UP
SPECIAL
EXIT
MNUAL
ESC
ATM
OFF
LOW
LOW
OFF
3) WHITE BALANCE
LENS
brightness
Press Set to Return
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The lens brightness can be adjusted in
ESC mode, when you select the
manual mode
2) SHUTTER
Auto or manual control can be selected.
- When the SETUP menu is on the screen, please position the
arrow to point to 'SHUTTER' by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
- Please select the ESC shutter mode by pressing the LEFT or
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The screen color can be adjusted by using the WHITE BALANCE
function.
SETUP
LENS
SHUTTER
WHITE BAL
BACKLIGHT
AGC
DNR
SENS-UP
SPECIAL
EXIT
MNUAL
ESC
ATM
OFF
LOW
LOW
OFF
- Please position the arrow to point to
'WHITE BAL' on the SETUP menu by
using the UP and DOWN buttons
- Please select the mode you wish to
operate by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT
button.
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Please select one of the 3 modes below.
- ATW(Auto Tracking White Balance) : This mode can be used
within the color temperature range 1,800 K ~ 10,500 K (eg,
fluorescent light, outdoor, sodium vapor lamp or inside tunnels)
- AWC(Auto White Balance Control) : Please press the SETUP
button while the camera is directed at a piece of white paper to
obtain the optimum state under current illumination. If the
environment including the light source is changed you have to
adjust the white balance again.
- MANUAL : The manual adjustment mode enables finer
adjustment.
Please select ATW or AWC first. Please change to manual
adjustment mode and press the SETUP button. Please set the
appropriate color temperature, and then increase or decrease the
red and blue color values while monitoring the color changes on
the object.
SETUP
LENS
SHUTTER
WHITE BAL
BACKLIGHT
AGC
DNR
SENS-UP
SPECIAL
EXIT
MNUAL
ESC
ATM
OFF
LOW
LOW
OFF
- Please position the arrow to point to
'BACKLIGHT' on the SETUP menu by
using the UP and DOWN buttons.
- Please select the mode you wish to
operate by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT
button.
HIGH : The gain increases from 0dB up to 42dB.
MIDDLE : The gain increases from 0dB up to 30dB.
LOW : The gain increases from 0dB up to 18dB.
OFF : BACKLIGHT function does not operate.
4) BACKLIGHT
When there is a strong backlight behind the object, clear images of
the background as well as the object can still be obtained by using
the backlight function.
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5) AGC (AUTO GAIN CONTROL)
SETUP
LENS
SHUTTER
WHITE BAL
BACKLIGHT
AGC
DNR
SENS-UP
SPECIAL
EXIT
MNUAL
ESC
ATM
OFF
LOW
LOW
OFF
- Please position the arrow to point to
'AGC' on the SETUP menu by using the
UP and DOWN buttons.
- Please select the mode you wish to
operate by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT
button. As the level of gain increases, the
screen gets brighter and the level of
noise also increases.
HIGH : The gain increases or decreases within the range of 6dB ~
42dB.
MIDDLE : The gain increases or decreases within the range of
6dB ~ 30dB.
LOW : The gain increases or decreases within the range of 6dB ~
18dB.
OFF : The gain is fixed at 6dB.
6) DNR
The background noise in the low light level decreases
automatically as the level of gain changes.
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SETUP
LENS
SHUTTER
WHITE BAL
BACKLIGHT
AGC
DNR
SENS-UP
SPECIAL
EXIT
MNUAL
ESC
ATM
OFF
LOW
LOW
OFF
- Please position the arrow to point to
'DNR' on the SETUP menu by using the
UP and DOWN buttons.
- Please select the mode you wish to
operate by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT
button.
OFF : There is no reduction in noise level.
LOW : There is a small reduction in noise level with almost no
ghost image.
MIDDLE : The most effective mode. There is a sufficient reduction
in noise levels without causing much ghost imaging.
HIGH : The level of noise is reduced greatly, however there is an
increase in ghost imaging.
7) SENS UP
SENS UP helps maintain a bright, clear screen image by
automatically detecting changes in the level of light in low light level
conditions
- Please position the arrow to point to 'SENS UP' on the SETUP
menu by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
- Please select the mode you wish to operate by pressing the
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LEFT or RIGHT button.
- Please press the SETUP button when all
the settings are complete.
- The maximum storage magnification in
low light level movement situations can
be adjusted by pressing the SETUP
button in 'AUTO' mode.(X2~X128)
- As the magnification increases, the screen gets brighter; however
the after image also increases
- If storage magnification is increased while SENS UP is operating,
it may cause noise, and spots may appear; however this is
normal.
AUTO : Low light level auto mode
OFF : The function does not operate
SETUP
LENS
SHUTTER
WHITE BAL
BACKLIGHT
AGC
DNR
SENS-UP
SPECIAL
EXIT
MNUAL
ESC
ATM
OFF
LOW
LOW
OFF
Note
8) SPECIAL
SETUP
LENS
SHUTTER
WHITE BAL
BACKLIGHT
AGC
DNR
SENS-UP
SPECIAL
EXIT
MNUAL
ESC
ATM
OFF
LOW
LOW
OFF
- Please position the arrow to point to
'SPECIAL' on the SETUP menu by using
the UP and DOWN buttons.
- Please select the mode you wish to
operate by pressing the UP or DOWN
button
CAMERA ID : If the ID is input, the camera ID appears on the
monitor.
SETUP
CAMERA ID
COLOR
SYNC
MOTION DET
PRIVACY
MIRROR
SHARPNESS
RESET
RETURN
OFF
ON
INT
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
- Please position the arrow to point to
'CAMERA ID' by using the UP or DOWN
button.
- Please select 'ON' by pressing the LEFT
or RIGHT button.
When SHUTTER is in the manual mode, SENS UP does not
operate.
When AGC is turned off, SENS UP does not operate.
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- Please press the SETUP button.
Camera ID
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklm
nopqrstuvwxyz
-. 0123456789
CLR POS END
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- Please repeat the above to input the ID.
When a name has been chosen, please select a position for the
name display.
- Please move the cursor onto 'POS' and then press the SETUP
button.
Camera ID
Up to 15 letters can be used for the ID.
- Please move the cursor to the letter you wish to choose by using
the UP and DOWN button.
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklm
nopqrstuvwxyz
-. 0123456789
CLR POS END
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Camera ID
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklm
nopqrstuvwxyz
-. 0123456789
CLR POS END
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- The name will appear at the top left corner.
- Select an ID from A,B~Y,Z, a,b~y,z, 0,1~8,9 by using the UP,
DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT buttons.
- Please lock in the letters by using the SETUP button.
- When the letter is locked in, the cursor moves to the next space.
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- Please find the position you wish to display the name by using
the 4 directional buttons, and then press the SETUP button.
- When the AGC is turned off, COLOR does not operate.
- When an infrared light is used, there may be a problem with
focusing.
SYNC
This model are only available INTERNAL.
- Please select 'END' and then press the SETUP button to
complete ID input.
COLOR
SPECIAL
CAMERA ID
COLOR
SYNC
MOTION DET
PRIVACY
MIRROR
SHARPNESS
RESET
RETURN
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OFF
ON
INT
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
- AUTO : This camera has a function
which automatically changes to the
appropriate mode for daytime or nighttime. The COLOR mode is operated for
daytime, and it converts to BW mode for
night-time.
- ON : The color mode is selected by
default, and the modes do not change
automatically.
MOTION DETECTION
This product has a feature that allows you
SPECIAL
CAMERA ID
OFF
to observe movements of objects in 4
COLOR
ON
SYNC
INT
different areas on the screen, and the
MOTION DET OFF
words 'MOTION DETECTED ' appear on
PRIVACY
OFF
MIRROR
OFF
the screen when movement is detected;
SHARPNESS ON
RESET
hence a single individual can conduct
RETURN
supervision efficiently. The camera detects
an object's movement by sensing disparity of outline, and level of
brightness and color.
- Please press the SETUP button.
- OFF : MOTION DETECTION mode is cancelled.
- ON : Any motion in the selected areas is observed.
- Please select the area you wish to observe from the 4 areas in
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AREA SEL mode.
- Please select ON mode for the chosen area.
- Please adjust the size of the area to be observed by using the
UP, DOWN, LEFT or RIGHT button.
- Please adjust the level of observation by using SENSITIVITY
mode.
PRIVACY
AREA SEL
AREA4
AREA STATE
OFF
TOP
60
LEFT
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RIGHT
PRIVACY
SPECIAL
CAMERA ID
COLOR
SYNC
MOTION DET
PRIVACY
MIRROR
SHARPNESS
RESET
RETURN
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OFF
ON
INT
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
This mode conceals the areas you do not
wish to appear on the screen.
- OFF : Cancels the PRIVACY mode.
- ON : Operates the PRIVACY mode.
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SENSITIVITY
NTSC
Please press the SETUP button to save the changes and
complete the setting.
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DOWN
80
480/60I
- Please press the SETUP button.
- Please select the area you do not wish to appear from the 4
areas in AREA SEL mode.
- Please select ON mode for the chosen area.
- Please adjust the size of the area to be concealed by using the
UP, DOWN, LEFT Or RIGHT button.
MIRROR
SPECIAL
CAMERA ID
COLOR
SYNC
MOTION DET
PRIVACY
MIRROR
SHARPNESS
RESET
RETURN
OFF
ON
INT
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
- ON : Sets a horizontal image inversion.
- OFF : Cancels the inversion.
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5. Troubleshooting
SHARPNESS
SPECIAL
CAMERA ID
COLOR
SYNC
MOTION DET
PRIVACY
MIRROR
SHARPNESS
RESET
RETURN
OFF
ON
INT
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
The outline of the video image becomes
cleaner and more distinctive as the level of
SHARPNESS increases. If the level goes
up excessively, however, it may affect the
video image and generate noise.
If there are problems in operation, please refer to the items below. If the
problem persists, please contact the agent you purchased this product from.
Problems
Troubleshooting
Please check the power connection.
SHARPNESS
LEVEL
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- The available range of level is 0 ~ 31.
Nothing appears on the
Please check the video signal line connection.
screen.
Please check and make sure that the auto lens switch
Press Set to Return
RESET : Returns to the level which was set by the manufacturer
for shipment.
is set to DC (VIDEO) when using a VIDEO(DC) lens.
Please check if the lens is clean.
The video image is not
Please clean the lens with a clean cloth or brush.
clear.
Please adjust the contrast feature of the monitor.
Please readjust the back focus of the camera.
RETURN : Saves the SPECIAL menu and returns to the SETUP
menu.
Please adjust the contrast feature of the monitor.
If you have an intermediate device, set the 75 / Hi-z
9) EXIT
The screen is dark.
properly, and check the terminals.
Please check if an auto iris lens is being used and
Saves all the setting menus and then exits.
adjust the brightness level.
There is a problem with
the camera operation.
Please check if an appropriate power source to the
camera complies with the manufacturer's standard
requirement, or if the voltage keeps changing.
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Problems
Troubleshooting
6. Specifications
Please check if 'MOTION DETECTION' mode is
The MOTION
turned on.
COLOR mode is not
Please check if the AGC menu is set to the OFF
working.
position.
Please check if the AGC menu is set to the OFF
SIGNAL SYSTEM
TOTAL / EFFECTIVE PIXEL
IMAGE SENSOR
HORIZONTAL RESOLUTION
MINIMUM ILLUMINATION
DAY & NIGHT
OSD
LENS
DNR
SENS-UP
MOTION DETECTION
LUMINANCE S/N RATIO
SYNC. SYSTEM
WHITE BALANCE
BLC CONTROL
MIRROR
SENS-UP function is
position.
VIDEO OUTPUT
not working.
Please check if the SHUTTER menu is set to
SHUTTER SPEED
PRIVACY MASKING ZONE
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
SUPPLIED VOLTAGE
POWER CONSUMPTION
DIMENSIONS
WEIGHT
DETECTION function is
not working.
Colors are not quite
right.
Please check if the MD LEVEL is too low.
Please check the setting of the MD AREA.
Please check the 'WHITE BAL' setting
Please check if the camera is facing directly the
sunlight or fluorescent light.
The screen is flickering.
Please check if an auto iris lens is being used.
Please check the connection of the lens connector
cable.
MANUAL mode.
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NTSC
PAL
410K / 380K Pixels
470K / 440K Pixels
1/3" SONY COLOR super HAD CCD
530 TV Line
0.3 Lux /F 1.2, 0.002Lux with Sensitive Up
ON / AUTO
Available
3.7mm
OFF/LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH
OFF / AUTO
ON / OFF
More than 50dB (AGC Off)
Internal
ATW / AWC / Manual
OFF/LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH
OFF / ON
Composite output 75ohm terminated 1.0 Vpp,
Y/C separate output
Auto/Manual(1/60~1/120,000)
Auto/Manual(1/50~1/100,000)
OFF/ON (4 ZONES)
10 to 50 / 30~90% RH
DC 12V, 50/60 Hz
MAX. 300mA
100 x 84(H)
About 400g
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