Vi-D5220
Professional IP Network Dome
2MPixel, 150m IR
Document Reference
Vd604a
Date
20-Nov-2014
Videoswitch
Unit 15 Redfields Industrial Park
Redfields Lane
Church Crookham
Hants GU 520RD
Tel: 01252-851510
Fax: 01252-851296
Email: sales@videoswitch.co.uk
Web: www.videoswitch.co.uk
Table of Contents
1. Precautions
1
2. Product Overview
3
3. Operating Instructions
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4. Menu Functions
54
5. Connecting up the Dome
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6. Lightning and Surge Protection
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PRECAUTION
1. Precaution
*Please read this manual carefully before the installations and operations.
Transportation Security
The dome must not be subjected to heavy stress, violent vibration or water splash during transportation
or storage. The unit should be transported in separated packing. In shipments of distributor and delivery
or maintenance, any damages caused by integral packing are not covered by warranty.
Installation
Avoid heavy stress and violent vibration during installation. Don’t touch the dome cover directly
by hand. When connecting the power source, please follow all electric safety standards and only use
the power supply designated for this device. Keep the video and control signalsi a safe distance
from high voltage devices and cables. Don’t apply power to dome before finishing the installation.
Internal Environment
Keep metal and inflammable material away from the dome body to avoid short circuit and
damages. Please prevent all liquid materials from entering the dome. If this occurs, please shut down
the power and pull out the plug‐in. Then please inform the technical personnel immediately.
Electrical Safety
The video image may suffer interference if the dome is installed near television or radio transmitter or
other sources of strong eletromagnetic radiation.
Camera Protection
Avoid shooting very bright objects directly into the camera’s CCD (such as the sun or light fittings)
and avoid fixating the camera lens on bright static object for long time, as it will cause irreparable
damage to the camera’s CCD.
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Cleaning Method
Please don’t use abrasive and strong detergent to clean the dome. Use dry fabric and
neutral detergent. And please use lens cloth to clean the lens.
*Internal removing, assembly, repair and operations should be only
performed by qualified service personnel.
Environmental operating conditions:
Environmental Temperature:
Environmental Humidity:
Barometric Pressure:
Power Supply:
‐35 ~60 ℃
<95%
86~106KPa
DC12V/5A
 Voltage
**Warning**
This dome operates from 12 volts DC and should only be used with the
appropriate Videoswitch power supply.
Applying power with the incorrect polarity or incorrect voltage such as 24
Volts AC or DC is likely to cause irreparable damage to the dome.
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2. Product Overview
Special Features
•High definition
H.264 compression algorithm, save the network bandwidth and hard disk storage space, aspect ratio of
16:9 and 4:3 adjust at will; h. 264 main profile levels and M ‐ JPEG video streaming can be output at full
frame speed. Support for dynamic coding parameters adjustment
•Zoom and automatic focusing
With 20x optical zoom, more than 20 times digital zoom and autofocus function, not only can
provide an ideal field of vision, but also can realize perfect automatic focus
•Double stream free switch
Support the double stream, choose the main stream or sub stream according to different application.
• Supported protocols
Support TCP/IP, PPPoE, DHCP, UDP, MCAST, FTP, SNMP, Onvif, CGI, PSIA etc
• Voice intercom function
Support Voice intercom
• Alarm function
Support the local and network linkage signal; Provide area, mobile sensitivity detection alarm, regional
block alarm
Main Features
• Stepless speed changes, auto zoom/speed matching
• Pan 0.01~360o/S, Tilt 0.01o~120o/S, Preset: 360o/S
• Auto object track with zoom in/out and motion detection (Auto Track Model)
• Timing actions for 7 days of programmable schedule
• Built‐in Semi‐conductor heater & digital temperature sensor
• Pan Tilt accuracy +/‐ 0.1o, 256 preset positions
• 8 cruising tracks, each cruising track has 32 presets
• 4 pattern tours, 10 Mins memory, 500 programmable instructions
• 8 auto scan with user‐defined left and right boundaries and settable scan speed
• 4 Privacy Zones with defined English camera title
• Auto Compatible PELCO_P, PELCO_D
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• Guard Location: the dome will rotate back to preset position after a period of vacant time • Alarm triggering: the alarm can trigger preset, auto scan, cruising and pattern tours functions • Soft Address Function: the user can set up the dome address without uninstall the dome Integrated Super Speed PTZ Rotator • Delicate stepping motor, stable, sensitive and accurate • 360° Pan and 90° Tilt range (auto‐flip) without blind area • Stepless speed change, auto zoom/speed matching • Near / far Iris Light auto matches camera zoom in/out  Built‐in High Definition Day/Night Camera • Auto iris, auto backlight compensation • Auto/manual white balance • Auto/manual brightness control • Auto/manual focus All‐weather Outdoor Design • 5 Inch High die‐cast alloy aluminum construction • High Precision Mould with high heat conductivity • Fully enclosed isolation design for heat sink • Nanometer Dustproof, waterproof and fog‐proof lens • IP66 Waterproof • 3000V lightning and surge current protection Function Instructions • Focus / PTZ Speed Auto Match The pan/tilt rotation speed could be automatically adjusted according to the focus in/out, which makes it much more practical for manual target tracking (Only for the auto tracking laser speed dome). • Auto Flip When the camera tilts downward and goes just beyond the vertical position, the camera will rotate 180 degrees. • Preset Position Set up and Call Up In the Preset function the dome stores the current pan/tilt angle, zoom and other position parameters in its memory. When necessary the dome recalls these parameters and adjusts the camera to a particular position. The user can store, recall and clear the presets easily and promptly by using the keyboard controller. The dome can store up to 256 presets. -4-
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• Auto Scan Users can set up the left and right boundaries by control keyboard. Then speed dome can scan between these boundaries. It supports up to 8 groups of scanning paths. • Cruising Track The preset position can be programmed to be recalled in a set of sequences. This sequence can be set to let the camera scan from one position to the next in a cycle at a set speed. This feature is called the “auto cruise”. The cruise sequence and dwell time of each preset can be set. It supports up to 8 cruising tracks, each cruising track with 32 presets. • Pattern Tour Dome can memorize 600S running path or 500 programmable instructions. When start pattern tour, speed dome will move automatically according recorded action path. It supports 4 groups of pattern tours. • 3D Positioning The dome can quickly locate the user setting position by this function. • Default Action When you start up the dome camera or do not send commands over a long time, the dome camera will return to its default functions which include the home place, auto pan, auto cruise and pattern. • Dome Address Setup The dome supports up to 256 addresses and the dome will only response to the instructions given to its own address. Please check the dip switch of the dome for address setup. • Coordinates Display User can define the dome’s direction of due north, which will help to show up the exact moving direction on screen. • Auto Tracking The dome will automatically fix and track the moving object according to the user’s setup via OSD. • Motion Detection The dome will detect the changes in the defined video zone and trigger alarm. • PTZ and Lens Control 1) Zoom Control Users can control zoom by keyboard to get near or far images. 2) Focus Control -5-
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The default setting is auto focus. The camera will auto focus based on the center of the video display
to get the clear image. In some special occasions, the user could do the manual focus to get the desired
image effect.
3) Auto Iris Control
Auto Iris is aiming to detect the environmental lights condition and adjust the Iris to get the
stabilized brightness of the image.
4) Auto Backlight Compensation
In the highly bright background, auto backlight compensation is aiming to compensate the
brightness of the dark object and adjust the background brightness to get a clear image.
5) Auto/Manual White Balance
Auto/Manual WB adjust depending on the environment light changes.
6) Day and Night Switch (Only for Day/Nigh Camera)
Speed dome camera can auto switch according to the environmental illumination changes.
7) OSD Setup
Call upon preset No.25 or No.95 to enter into OSD menu setup interface. Though joystick
keyboard to choose menu Items and click “Iris” to set menu contents.
• Alarm (optional)
The speed dome supports 7 alarm input, 2 alarm output. Alarm input mode can be set up normally
open or normally closed.
3. Operation Instructions
Technical Data
Power Supply:
DC12V+10% 50W
Decoder:
Built‐in
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Manual Speed:
Pan:0.01o~360 o/S, Tilt: 0.01o~120 o/S (high speed)
Preset Speed:
360 o/S (high speed) / 100o/S (Mid‐speed)
Pan Angle:
360o continuous pan rotation
Tilt Angle:
90o(Auto Flip)
Number of Preset:
256
Preset Accuracy:
+0.1o
Alarm input/output:
7 input,2 output
Auto Scan:
8 auto scan tracks, user‐defined left and right boundaries and scan
speed
Auto Cruising:
8 cruising tracks, each cruising tracks has 32 preset positions,
user‐defined dwell time
Pattern Tour:
4 patterns, up to 500 instructions per pattern
Guard Location:
The dome will rotate back to preset position after a period of vacant
time.
Operating Humidity:
0~90%
Operating Temp:
‐35 oC +60oC
Main Functions Fast Call Up
Our laser speed dome supports 256 preset positions. You can activate some special functions by
calling upon code number 65‐99.
Serial
No.
Command
Fast Call Up
Note
1
Start Auto Scan
Call 99
Default to start auto scan
of group No.1
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2 Start Auto Cruise Call 98 3 Start Pattern Tour Call 97 Default to start auto cruise of group No.1 Default to start pattern tour of group No.1 7 Start Auto Scan of Group No. Start Auto Cruise of Group No. Start Pattern Tour of Group No. Close OSD Menu 8 Open OSD Menu Call 95 or Call 25 9 Remote Reset Call 94 10 Recover Factory Default Call 82 4 5 6 Call 80+ Call pp+ Call 99 pp means:Group No.1‐8 Call 80+ Call pp+ Call 98 Call 80+ Call pp+ Call 97 pp means:Group No.1‐4 Call 96 or Call 26 General Operations 3.1 Factory Setting Products have default network parameters as below for your reference when leave our factory. These parameters can be changed according to your need. IP:192.168.0.99(for customized camera, please refer to specific label instruction) Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0 Gateway:192.168.0.1 Web Port:8000 For Windows XP example, please change user computer IP address to the same -8-
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network segment with the speed dome camera before landing. Within the same LAN, IP address can’t be the same, otherwise it will conflict, and leading to equipment can't work normally. After setting the IP address, click to open the command prompt, command format is “ping 192.168.0.99”. User computer is connected to this IP camera successfully as below display. If the computer displays as below,it suggests that the equipment is not installed well, you can check as the following aspects: 1: Is the firmware connected correctly? 2: Is TCP/IP set up to the same with this IP camera? 3: the network forbid the PING command, please consult the network administrator. -9-
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WEB browse instructions
3.2.1 Login
In the web address bar enter IP address: 192.168.0.99, a login page appears as
below
Videoswitch Vi-D5220
User Name: admin
Password: admin
Port: 8000
3.2.2 Download player components
After a successful login, the web prompts whether update the new version plugins,
double click and download.
Double click the downloaded Webcompents.exe file and start to install web
browse player components, click “NEXT” to confirm and finish. After installment,
get back to web page and refresh the page, then you can view the video.
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Note:
This player component must be installed to browse video from web. At present
the player component support Windows XP/Vista/7/8 operating system
3.2.3 Preview Screen and operations
After player component installment, enter IP address to login page again. With
user name and password, click “Login” to preview screen.
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ICON Instruction Preview screen at 4:3 ratio Preview screen at 16:9ratio Original preview screen size Self‐adaptive preview screen Choose main stream or sub stream Plug‐in volume Start Two‐way Audio PTZ control Capture Record Start 3D Function - 12 -
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Control the Horizontal and vertical motion, open/close auto scan Zoom Focus Iris PTZ Speed Light Wiper Auxiliary Focus Patrol Preset Pattern Lens Initialization Laser Setting Track Setting Preset operation instructions 1: In preset setting screen, label part displays the current operating preset NO. 2: Preset set: Choose the number of the preset, then operate PTZ control panel, when lens move to the position to be set, click save button to save the preset NO. 3: Call preset: Click call button to call preset number that has been set. 4: Clear preset: Click clear button to clear preset number information. 5: Special function preset number: for special function preset, they can be called, but can’t be altered or deleted. - 13 -
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Patrol function operation instructions 1: Preset set: Setup the preset number that need to add to patrol route, the steps please refer to “preset set” in preset operation instructions. 2: Choose patrol routes: Choose the patrol route number that need to be edited, such as route 1 3: Add preset number: add preset number that has been set to routes, then set the corresponding time and speed of patrol. to save patrol routes. 4: Save patrol routes: Click 5: Start/Stop patrol: Click to start patrol, and click to stop patrol. 6: Delete patrol: Click to delete patrol route. Pattern: 1: In pattern setting screen, label part displays the current operating pattern route. 2: Start recording pattern: Click to start recording pattern, through PTZ panel to control the movement of speed dome. 3: Stop recording pattern: Click to stop recording pattern and save recording. - 14 -
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4: Start/Stop pattern: Click to start, click to stop.
5: Delete pattern: Click
to delete this pattern.
IR Setting operation instructions
In IR setting screen, users can set IR near consumption1‐10,IR far
consumption ,compensation, sensitivity, VAL,IR mode.
Auto‐track Setting:
In auto‐track setting screen, user can set tracking scene, tracking sensitivity,
return (sec), AUX.
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1: Tracking sensitivity can be set to be low, middle, high. To low sensitivity, only obvious movement can arouse tracking function of the speed dome; to high sensitivity, little movement can arouse tracking function. 2: Zoom: Upon tracking function, the speed dome adjusts the zoom of camera according to moving target in the scene, so make sure that moving target can keep corresponding ratio in the video screen. Playback: - 16 -
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Click “Playback”to get into video search and playback screen. Users can search, replay and download stored valid video files in SD card or NAS. Choose a day in the calendar on the right side, click
,
Eligible video file will be displayed on the timeline. Drag the timeline to the position you want to play. Click the play button to start playback file. Log: Click “Log” to get into search log. User can search, display and export stored valid log information in the SD card or NAS. Choose the type of log and set the query date and the time of starting and ending, then click
list. Click
Note: , Eligible log information will be displayed in the , log information is saved in the computer.
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Playback and log function is available under the premise of inserted SD card or NAS. The first configuration is required in the "storage" item SD card or NAS disk initialization and set up the video program. Configuration: Click “Configuration” to get into the parameters configuration screen. Advanced Configuration—Local Configuration Local Configuration Screen Parameter Instruction TCP,DP,ULTICAST,HTTP Protocol Live View Performance real‐time, Adaptive 256M,512M,1G Record File Sizes - 18 -
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Save record files to Save downloaded files to Save snapshots in live view to the default system disk:\Documents and Settings\User\Web\Record Files, according to the actual situation to change the default system disk:\Documents and Settings\User\Web\Record Files, according to the actual situation to change the default system disk:\Documents and Settings\User\Web\Capture Files, according to the actual situation to change System—Device Information In Device Information screen, user can view Device Name, Model, Serial No., Firmware Version, Encoding Version, Number of Channels, Number of HDDs, Number of Alarm input and output. - 19 -
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System‐‐‐Time settings In the Time Settings screen, time sync is operational. “Time Zone” shows the current IP camera’s time zone, and that can be set according to the actual situations. For “Time Sync”, set NTP server address, NTP port, Internal, the device will be time sync every once in a while according to the setup. For “Manual Time Sync”, set time and check “Sync with computer time”, and then the time of the speed dome syncs with the local PC. After changing some parameters and click “save” to save the corresponding settings. - 20 -
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System—Maintenance Click to reboot the device. to reset all the parameters, except the IP parameters and user Click information, to default settings. to restore all the parameters to default settings. Click Import and export configuration file can import and export corresponding configuration files. Click and choose the local upgrade file, then click
to upgrade the device version. “Status” shows the current upgrade progress, after the upgrade is complete, you will be prompted to upgrade successfully. Note:
The upgrading process will be 1 to 10 minutes, please don't disconnect the power during the process. The device reboots automatically after upgrading. - 21 -
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System—RS232 In “RS232”screen, Baud Rate factory default is 115200bps. System‐‐‐RS485 In “RS485”screen, Baud Rate factory default is 9600bps.Default decoding address is 0. - 22 -
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System‐service Enter service interface, tick “enable Telnet” user could enter remote host by network. - 23 -
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Network‐‐‐TCP/IP In “TCP/IP” screen, user can set “NIC Type”,“IPv4 Address”, “IPv4 Subnet Mask”, “IPv4 Default Gateway”, “MTU”, “Multicast Address”, “Preferred DNS Server” ,“Alternate DNS Server”. Check “DHCP” and the device obtains IP address automatically. After changing some parameters, then click save button to save the corresponding settings. - 24 -
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Network‐Port “Port” screen includes: “HTTP Port” (the default is 80), “RTSP Port”(the default is 554), “HTTPS Port”(the default is 443).Through network access the device, users can set corresponding port as needed. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Note: Reboot the IP camera after modifying the parameters. Network‐‐‐DDNS In “DNNS” screen, check“ Enable DDNS” and “DDNS Type” can be chosen to as “IP Server”, “DynDNS” or “HDDNS”. For DynDNS and HDDNS, need to fill in the operator's server address, enabled by - 25 -
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default, the DNS server address is the address of the server software operators. The device domain is the domain name that user applies in software operator website, port number can be configured as needed, and the user name and password corresponds to user registered account user name and password. For IP Server,just fill in the server address and cooperate with IP Server and iVMS client software. Please refer to instruction documents of IP Server and iVMS client software for client using method. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Network‐‐‐PPPoE Check “Enable PPPoE” and enter the user name and password, click save key, there will be a dynamic IP. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Note: Default gateway is invalid after enable PPPoE. User needs to restart the IP camera after modifying the parameters. - 26 -
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Network‐‐‐SNMP The IP camera supports three types of network management protocols ,namely SNMPv1,SNMPv2 ,SNMPv3 and choose related protocol as needed. Through configuration SNMP protocol,parameters and abnormal alarm information of the device can be received. Check “Enable SNMPv1”, “Enable SNMPv2”,set “Write SNMP Community” and “Read SNMP Community” and “Trap Address”, the device can send alarm and abnormal information to SNMP Manager and receive device parameters through - 27 -
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setting Trap Port(the default is 162) The IP camera also supports “SNMPv3”; users can choose to set as needed. “SNMP Other Settings” is for SNMP port setting. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Note: Before setting SNMP parameters, user needs to have the SNMP server and configures all parameters. Network‐‐‐802.1X User’s authority certification to the connected device can be achieved by configuration 802.1X. Check “Enable IEE 802.1X”, the default protocol is EAP‐MD5; EAPOL version 1 and 2 is optional. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. - 28 -
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Network‐‐‐Qos By configuration QoS can effectively solve the problem of network delay and network congestion. In Network—QoS screen, user can set “Video/Audio DSCP”, “Event/Alarm DSCP”, “Management DSCP” After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Note: QoS function need network device support of transmission path (such as router). - 29 -
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Network‐‐‐FTP By configuration FTP parameters, the screenshot files of IP camera can be uploaded to FTP server. “Directory Structure” can set the save path of files to “Save in the root directory”, “Save in the parent directory” or “Save in the child directory”. In Parent Directory can choose “Use Device Name”, “Use Device Number”, “Use Device IP” to define. In Child Directory can choose “Use Camera Name”, “Use Camera Number” to define. For “Upload type”, check “Upload Picture” to start the uploading functions. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Network‐‐‐Upnp - 30 -
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For an IP camera in the intranet environment, UPnP function can make gateway or router to do automatic port mapping, the IP camera’s listening port from the gateway or router mapped to the intranet device, and gateway or router network firewall module opens to other computers on this port. Users don't need to do port mapping in router, the premise is the router support UPnP, and open this function. Network‐‐‐NAT Check “Enable Port Mapping” to start port mapping. Video/Audio‐‐‐Video - 31 -
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In video setting screen, user can set some parameters such as “Stream Type”, “Resolution”, and “Max. Bitrate”. Video Settings Parameters Stream Type: Video Type: Resolution: Bitrate Type: Video Quality: Frame Rate: Max. Bitrate: Video Encoding: 1 Frame Internal : SVC Instructions main stream, sub stream video stream, video& audio 1280*720p,1280*960 Variable,constant Highest, higher, medium, low, lower, lowest 25,1/16,1/8,1/4,1/2,1,2,4,6,8,10,12,15,16,18,20,22 according to the selected resolution, choose the corresponding bitrate or custom bitrate set encoding type according to the actual demand 1‐400(between front and back two key frames) ON and OFF optional Video/Audio‐‐‐Audio - 32 -
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Audio settings Parameters Audio Encoding: Audio Input: Input Volume Instructions G.711ulaw,G.711alaw,G.726 MicIn, LineIn 0‐100 optional Video/Audio‐‐‐ROI Drawable area, can concentrate code stream to make this area more clear, apply to the condition of inadequate of code stream. - 33 -
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PTZ ‐‐‐ basic configuration Power‐off memory function, before power‐down, PTZ stays at a point up to optional time period, when power on, PTZ will return to the location same as the one before power‐down. In PTZ basic configuration, enable the power‐off memory function, and can set time. Park action type: forbidden, 30s, 60s, 300s, 600s optional. PTZ‐‐‐Park Action Enable Park Action function, module can control the PTZ to cruise, scan, preset, etc. It can set park action waiting time and type. Tick this function, time range from 15s to 720s, action type: preset, auto‐scan, and cruise. - 34 -
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Image‐‐‐Display Settings Sharpness: the higher the sharpness, the clearer the image edge. Focus settings—Focus Mode Auto mode: Automatic focusing is according to the monitoring scene. Semi‐auto mode: Focusing after controlling PTZ and lens zooming, it is no longer to focus after focusing clearly even though the scene changes. Manual mode: in live view screen, focusing manually. “Min. Focus Distance”: when distance from the scene to the lens is less than the setting distance, it does not focus. Exposure Settings—Exposure Mode Auto: Automatically adjust Iris, shutter, gain. Iris Priority: The fixed Iris value that set, automatically adjust shutter and gain. Shutter Priority:The fixed Shutter value that set, and automatically Iris and gain. Manual: Set Iris, shutter and gain manually. Video standard—according to different standard to choose “50HZ”,”60HZ”, video standard modification is applied to some kind of camera model, and after - 35 -
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modification need to reset the camera, when choose 50HZ, real time frame rate is 25f/s, when choose 60HZ, real time frame rate is 30f/s. Day and night conversion: day, night, auto Optional. In day mode, image is color, in night mode, image is black‐and‐white. In auto mode, device will control the day and night mode automatically. Sensitivity: 0~7 Optional. It’s correspond the threshold value from day to night. The lower the value, camera needs more light to transfer from night mode to day mode, vice‐versa. Mirror: symmetry of direction of left and right, up and down, centre video adjustment option. Can apply to change video image symmetry displayed direction. WDR: ON/OFF Backlighting Settings—BLC When the background image is lighter, opening BLC can effectively solve the problem of the foreground darkness due to inadequate exposure. Digital Noise Reduction: with 3D image noise reduction, effectively reduce noise and the image is more delicate and fine. Penetration of fog mode: enable to make image permeability much better. Local output: on/off Note: In display configuration of documents, front‐end parameter Configuration option include the option of all product model, some models Only have some of options, it's subject to different model. Some parameter is modified, need to reset the camera. - 36 -
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Parameters settings Parameters Brightness: Instructions Adjust the image brightness, the value from 0 to 100 is optional Contrast: Adjust the image contrast, the value from 0 to 100 is optional
Saturation: Adjust the image saturation, the value from 0 to 100 is optional Sharpness: Adjust the image sharpness, the value from 0 to 100 is optional Exposure Mode: Auto, Iris priority, Shutter priority,manual Limit Gain: Adjust the image limit gain, the value from 0 to 100 is optional Focus Mode: Auto, Semi‐auto, Manual Min. Focus Distance: 10cm,30cm,1.0m,1.5m,3.0m,6.0m,infinite Day/Night Switch: Day, Night ,Auto Sensitivity: High, Normal, Low BLC: ON/OFF WDR: ON/OFF White Balance: MWB,AWB1,AWB2,Indoor,Outdoor,Fluorescent Lamp, Incandescent Lamp DNR: ON/OFF The value from 0 to 100 is optional Noise Reduction Level: Mirror: Left/Right, Up/Down, Center, OFF Video Standard: 50hz,60hz Lens Initialization: Enable or disable Zoom Limit: 20,40,80,120,160,200,240 is optional - 37 -
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Image‐‐‐OSD Settings “Camera Name” can be set according to the requirement, and choose to display name, date and week or not. Time Format Date Format Display Mode OSD Size OSD Color 24‐hour,12‐hour YYYY‐MM‐DD,MM‐DD‐YYYY,DD‐MM‐YYYY, YYYY MM DD,MM DD YYYY, DD MM YYYY, YYYY/MM/DD,MM/DD/YYYY,DD/MM/YYYY Transparent& flashing, Transparent& Not flashing Not transparent& flashing, Not transparent& Not flashing Auto,16*16,32*32,48*48,64*64 Black‐and‐White auto/self‐adaptive After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. - 38 -
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Image‐‐‐Text Overlay At most four lines of text can be overlaid on the image screen. Enter the required characters in the text line and check the corresponding text line number, then the required characters can be previewed on the image screen. Drag the characters through the mouse to the required display position and click save button to save the settings. Image‐‐‐Privacy Mask - 39 -
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User can set four privacy mask areas at most. Security‐‐‐User The current user is admin; the user can set up 31 users at most. Add: click add button to get in the add user screen and enter the user name and password. “Level” can choose “Operator” or “User”. Then set up the “basic permission” and “camera configuration” of the add user. - 40 -
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Modify: Select the user that needs to be modified and click modify button. On this screen, you can modify “User Name”, “Password”, “Level”. For the added and modified users, you can set up the “basic permission” and “camera configuration”. Delete: Select the user that needs to be modified and click delete button, then click “confirm” to delete the user. Security—RTSP Authentication The authentication is “disable” or “basic” as optional. “Disable”: close RTSP authentication. “Basic”: enable RTSP authentication and need to carry the authentication information when send RTSP require to the IP camera at the moment. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Security—Anonymous Visit Anonymous Visit function: enable/disable, in enable condition, visiting camera will allow anonymous visit camera website interface. If enable this function, open camera website interface, login window will come out anonymous option, if not display, please force to refresh the web page. - 41 -
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Security—IP Address Filter User can tick "enable” IP address filter" to enable this function. "IP address filter type": "permit" and "forbidden", "permit" means additive IP address will be allowed to visit this camera, "forbidden" means not allowed to visit this camera. User can tick "add" to add new IP address, selected added IP address, can tick "Modify", "delete", "clear" to operate IP address pool. - 42 -
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Events‐‐‐Motion Detection - 43 -
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Indicates enable motion detection function. , click the left mouse on the screen and drag the Area Settings: click
mouse, then release the mouse and complete a drawing area.When all the drawing areas are finished, click to finish drawing. to remove all the drawing areas. Click
The sensitivity is settable. “Arming schedule” shows the arming time of the current motion detection. Click edit button to edit the arming schedule. - 44 -
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After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Linkage method includes normal linkage and other linkages. For normal linkage, there are “notify surveillance center”, “send email”, “upload to FTP”, “trigger channel”. User can choose corresponding alarm output channel. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Note: “audible alarm” is only supported with the local audible alarm device; please refer to the specific models. - 45 -
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Events‐‐‐Video Tampering means enable video tampering function. Area Settings: click
, click the left mouse on the screen and drag the mouse, then release the mouse and complete a drawing area. You can draw 4 areas at most, when all the drawing areas are completed, click to finish drawing. Click
to remove all the drawing areas. Sensitivity: the sensitivity level can be set to low, medium, high,the level is increasing in turn. After modifying the parameters, click
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Events‐‐‐Alarm Input On alarm input screen, users can set “Alarm Input No.”, “Alarm Name” and “Alarm Type”. Click edit button to edit the arming schedule. - 47 -
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Linkage method includes normal linkage and other linkage. For normal linkage, there are “notify surveillance center”, “send email”, “upload to FTP”, “trigger channel”. For other linkages, there are “trigger alarm output” and “PTZ Linking”. “Copy to alarm” to copy alarm input configuration parameters to other alarm input channel. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Note: Users need to restart the IP camera after modifying the status parameters of the alarm. “Audible alarm” is only supported with the local audible alarm device; please refer to the specific models. - 48 -
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Events‐‐‐Alarm Output “Alarm output”: users can choose the corresponding alarm output channel. “Alarm Name”: according to the need to set, the name can’t be copied. “Delay”: it means the duration time after the alarm. The optional time are 5s, 10s, 30s, 1min, 2min, 5min, 10min or manual. Click edit button to edit the arming schedule. “Copy to alarm” to copy alarm input configuration parameters to other alarm input channel. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. - 49 -
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Events‐‐‐Exception “Exception Type”: there are “HDD Full”, “HDD Error”, “Network disconnected”, “IP Address Conflicted” and “Illegal Login” to choose. “Normal Linkage”: there are “Notify Surveillance Center” and “Send Email” to choose. “Other Linkage”: choose the corresponding alarm output channel. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Note: “audible alarm” is only supported with the local audible alarm device; please refer to the specific models. Storage‐‐‐Record Schedule - 50 -
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
“Pre‐record”: it is the prerecording time before video recording. “Post‐record”: it is the delay time of video recording. and click the periods and type of recording. to edit the record schedule. Choose User can choose “All Day” or “Customize”. For “Customize”, user can choose specific recording period. It supports four recording periods for each day. “Record Type” : there are “continuous”, “motion detection”, “alarm”, “motion | alarm”, “motion &alarm”. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Note: The longest prerecording time on the basis of 2Mbps, choose higher according to the streams, the shorter the prerecording time. - 51 -
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Storage‐‐‐Storage Management Storage management is used to not only check the capacity and status of storage mediums, but also format the storage mediums. Storage‐‐‐NAS Through the server address and file path of NAS, data can be stored in the network disk. - 52 -
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
“Server address” is the IP address of network dish. “File path” is the file path in the network dish. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Note: Need to restart the IP camera after modifying or configuring parameters of network disk. Events‐‐‐Snapshot Through snapshot parameters configuration, the device can automatically snapshot. There are two snapshot ways of “timing” and “event‐triggered” to choose. After modifying the parameters, click save button to save the settings. Note: For the event‐triggered, user can choose the capture number from 1 to 120. - 53 -
OSD MENU
4. OSD Menu
•LANGUAGE
MAIN MENU
*LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
EXIT
The language for the on‐screen menus is selectable. To
change the display language: Click IRIS + to enter and click up
or down button to select.
All on‐screen menus are changed to the selected
language.
LANGUAGE
>LANGUAGE:<ENGLISH>
< INFORMATION>
<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
EXIT
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•INFORMATION - 60 -
OSD MENU
The user can check the dome system information as required. The system information includes: program version, temperature and voltage. MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
*< INFORMATION>
<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
MAIN
MENU
FA
CTORY
DEFAULTS
EXIT
Use the following steps to display the System Information screens: 1) Move the cursor to “INFORMATION”. 2) Click IRIS + to enter, the INFORMATION screen opens. 3) Click up or town to select the item. 4) Click IRIS + to confirm the setup of each item. LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
*<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY
DEFAULTS
INFORMATION
EXIT
VERSION: VR220T-128
TEMPERATURE:31℃
VOLTAGE: 12.0V
*DOME
BACK SETTINGS
EXIT
*<IR LED >
<WIPER>
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<ADVANCED>
<OTHERS>
BACK
EXIT
LASER
*CONTROL: AUTO
SENSE : ----【-】-›4∣6
NEAR POWER: 100%
FAR POWER: 100%
COMPENSATION:0%
AUTO CONTROL: OFF
<AUTO CONTROL>
BACK
EXIT
AUTO CONTROL
*STANDBY POWER:50%
DELAY
SENSITIVITY
:10SEC
:MID
BACK
EXIT
•IR LED The user can open and close the IR LED manually and set up - 61 -
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the IR work mode under this OSD menu. (Suitable for speed dome with IR Led) 1) CONTROL MODE: AUTO 2) SENSE: Here the user can manually set OPEN the sensitivity from CLOSE 1‐5. The smaller the CAMERA
IR LEDs turn on or off automatically according to light conditions. LED is adjusted according to Open and Close Time. IR LED forcedly close IR LED status(Open/Close)will be synchronized with Camera day and night switching number is, the lower light of the environment will be the IR LED on. 3) NEAR POWER COMPENSATION: set the near power compensation at 10%、20%、30%、
40%、50%, when near power opens, far power opens according to the power setting. 4) AUTO CONTROL: When it is on, the IR LED will turn its power consumption to the standby status which will effectively extend the service life of IR LEDs. And under this mode, when objects appear in the screen, the IR LED will turn its power consumption back to the normal status. •WIPER MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
*<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
EXIT
The user can make adjustment for the wiper under this menu (suitable for wiper‐equipped dome) 1) Numbers: Move the cursor to “NUMBER” and click IRIS + to enter the setup of Wiper Number. Click the up or - 62 -
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down button to select number (1‐10), and then click IRIS + to confirm. 2) Speed: Move the cursor to “SPEED” and IRIS + to enter the setup of Wiper speed. Click the up or down button to select “HIGH”, “MID”OR “LOW”, then click IRIS + to confirm. 3) Reset: Move the cursor to “RESET” and click IRIS + to reset wiper. 4) Activate: Move the cursor to “ACTIVATE” and click IRIS + to AVreset wiper. Activate the wiper. MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
*<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
Note: Calling the preset number of 71 can also enable the the wiper. EXIT
DOME SETTINGS
< IR LED>
<WIPER>
*<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<ADVANCED>
<OTHERS>
BACK
EXIT
IDLE ACTION
*TIME: 30 SEC
ACTION: NONE
BACK
•IDLE •IDLE IDLE setting means if there is no command for the dome for a period of time; the dome will run the actions as defined. EXIT
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OSD MENU
1) TIME: Move the cursor to “TIME” and click IRIS + to enter, and click up or down button to select among 30 sec, 1 min, 5 min, 10 min and 30 min. And click IRIS + to confirm. 2) ACTION: Move the cursor to “ACTION” and click IRIS + to enter. Click up or down button to select the actions including NONE, PRESET, SCAN, SEQUENCE, PATTERN. Click IRIS + confirm. MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
*<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
•ALARM The dome system has 7 alarm inputs and 2 alarm outputs (Optional function). When an alarm is received, an input signal to the dome triggers the user defined action (such as presets, patterns, etc.), and at meantime the alarm output signals is activated. EXIT
DOME SETTINGS
ALARM NO.: Move the cursor to ALARM NO.. Click Iris + to enter and click up or down button to select the alarm input no. (Channel 1 and Channel 2) < IR LED>
<WIPER>
<IDLE>
*<ALARM>
<ADVANCED>
<OTHERS>
INPUT STATE: Set the alarm contact status. There are two input states, OPEN and CLOSE. BACK
EXIT
ALARM MODE: OFF ON AUTO ALARM SETTING
ACTION: Set the alarm action: *ALARM NO. : 1
CONTACT: N/O
ALARM MODE: OFF
ACTION: NONE
ALARM OUT: OFF
RESET DELAY: 10 SEC
BACK
Alarm function is deactivated. Alarm function is activated. AUTO Alarm function will be activated and deactivated between START TIME and STOP TIME. NONE PRESET SCAN (default) No action Dome goes to preset. (Default as Preset 1) Dome starts auto scan (Default as Auto Scan 1) EXIT
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OSD MENU
SEQ ALARM OUT: Move Dome runs auto cruise (Default as Auto Cruise 1) the PATTERN Dome runs pattern (Default as Pattern 1) cursor to ALARM OUT. Click IRIS + to enter and click up or down button to select alarm output channels among “OFF” “OUTPUT1” “OUTPUT2” “ALL”, which is used to set linkage alarm output switch after receiving effective alarm input signals. RESET DELAY: Move the cursor to the ALARM OUT. Click IRIS + to enter and click up or down button to select reset delay among “10SEC” “30SEC” “1MIN” “5MIN” “10MIN”.Which means the Time of the speed dome from detecting alarm signals to alarm reset and return to normal. The setting is valid under AUTO ALARM MODE. •AUX MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
*<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
EXIT
The user can set up the auxiliary output to trigger other devices from an alarm or a controller. Move the cursor to AUX and click IRIS+ to enter and click up or down button to select “ON” “OFF”, then click IRIS + to confirm. DOME SETTINGS
< IR LED>
<WIPER>
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
*<ADVANCED>
<OTHERS>
BACK
EXIT
ADVANCED
*<AUX>
<SOFT LIMIT>
<DOME SPEED>
<POWER ON ACTION>
<TILT ANGLE>
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OSD MENU
MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
*<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
EXIT
AUX
*AUX1: OFF
AUX2: OFF
•SOFT LIMIT BACK
EXIT
The user can set up the soft limit to define the left and right boundaries for the pan movement. DOME SETTINGS
< IR LED>
<WIPER>
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
*<ADVANCED>
<OTHERS>
SOFT LIMIT: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter. Click the up or down button to select “ON” or “OFF” to enable or disable this function. LEFT LIMIT: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter. to control the PAN movement of the dome to a defined position for the left limit. Click IRIS + to confirm. BACK
EXIT
Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter to control the PAN movement of the dome to a defined position for the right limit. Click IRIS + to confirm. LIMIT DELETE:
Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to delete all the settings. ADVANCED
<AUX>
*<SOFT LIMIT>
<DOME SPEED>
<POWER ON ACTON>
<TILT ANGLE>
BACK
RIGHT LIMIT: EXIT
LIMIT SETTING
*SOFT LIMIT: ON
<LEFT LIMIT>
<RIGHT LIMIT>
LIMIT DELETE
BACK
EXIT
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OSD MENU
•DOME SPEED MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
*<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
To make a selection of the dome speed, the user can enter this menu to set up. Move the cursor to DOME SPEED and click IRIS + to enter to select the dome speed when doing the pan movement. Move the cursor to BACK/EXIT and click IRIS + to run the command of BACK or EXIT. EXIT
DOME SETTINGS
DOME SETTINGS
< IR LED>
<WIPER>
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
*<ADVANCED>
<OTHERS>
BACK
EXIT
ADVENCED
<AUX>
<SOFT LIMIT>
*<DOME SPEED>
<POWER ON ACTION>
<TILT ANGLE>
BACK
EXIT
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OSD MENU
•POWER ON ACTION MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
*<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
EXIT
The user can define the dome action when power on, Move the cursor to POWER ON ACTION and click IRIS + to enter the mode of setup. NONE PRESET SCAN SEQ PATTERN (default) No action Dome goes to preset. (Default as Preset 1) Dome starts auto scan (Default as Auto Scan 1) Dome runs auto cruise (Default as Auto Cruise 1) Dome runs pattern (Default as Pattern 1) DOME SETTINGS
< IR LED>
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
*<ADVANCED>
<OTHERS>
BACK
EXIT
ADVANCED
<AUX>
<SOFT LIMIT>
<DOME SPEED>
*<POWER ON ACTION>
<TILT ANGLE>
BACK
EXIT
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POWER ON ACTION
OSD MENU
MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
*<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFUALTS
EXIT
DOME SETTINGS
< IR LED>
<WIPER>
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
*<ADVANCED>
<OTHERS>
BACK
EXIT
ADVANCED
<AUX>
<SOFT LIMIT>
<DOME SPEED>
<POWER ON ACTION>
*<TILT ANGLE>
BACK
EXIT
TILT ANGLE SETTINGS
*TILT ANGLE: 0
BACK
•TILT ANGLE The user can set up the tilt angle under the menu of TILT ANGLE. Move the cursor to “TILT ANGLE” and click IRIS + to the setup of tilt angle. Click the up or down button to select the angle and click the IRIS + to confirm. EXIT
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OSD MENU
•OTHERS MAIN MENU
The user can set up TEMP MODE, INTERNAL FAN, LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
*<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFUALTS
EXIT
PRESET FREEZE, and STOP TIME. MENU OFF TIME and NORTH ZERO here under the menu of “OTHERS” TEMP MODE:
To set up the control mode of dome fans and heaters. It includes three modes of AUTO, FAN HIGH SPEED and FAN LOW SPEED. AUTO FLIP:
DOME SETTINGS
When the camera tilts downward and goes just beyond the vertical position, the camera will rotate 180 degrees. The user can click IRIS + to enter and choose to turn on/off this function. < IR LED >
<WIPER>
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<ADVANCED>
*<OTHERS>
BACK
MENU OFF TIME:
To set up the time that OSD menu be off when no operations. Options include 1/2/5/10 min. AZUIMUTH ZERO:
EXIT
To set up the due north of the dome . Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter. Click the up or down button to control the dome to the specified location and click IRIS + to confirm. OTHERS
*TEMP MODE: AUTO
AUTO FLIP: ON
STOP TIME: 30 SEC
MENU OFF TIME: 5 MIN
<DISPLAY>
<AZIMUTH ZERO>
BACK
EXIT
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OSD MENU
•PRESET MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
<DOME SETTINGS>
*<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFUALTS
The dome supports 256 presets. Please check the following steps to set up a preset. 1) PRESET NO.: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter the setup of Preset Number. Click the up or down button to select a preset number (1‐64 and 100‐255) and click IRIS + to confirm. 2) TITLE: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter the setup of Preset Title. Check the detailed above in DOME TITLE settings. EXIT
3) <SET>: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter. Move the dome to a defined position as preset point and click IRIS + to save the preset position. MOTION
*<PRESET>
<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
<AUTO TRACKING>
BACK
EXIT
4) CALL: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to call up the current preset. 5) DELETE: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to delete the current preset. 6) SPEED: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to set up the preset call up speed of LOW, MID and HIGH. SCAN
*PRESET NO. : 001
CALL
<SET>
DELETE
SPEED: HIGH
BACK
EXIT
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OSD MENU
•AUTO SCAN MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
<DOME SETTINGS>
*<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFUALTS
The dome supports 8 groups of auto scan. Please check the following steps to set up a scan. 1) SCAN NO.: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter the setup of SCAN Number. Click the up or down button to select a preset number (1‐8) and click IRIS + to confirm. 2) TITLE: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter the setup of SCAN Title. Check the detailed above in DOME TITLE settings. EXIT
3) <LEFT LIMIT>: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter. Move the dome to a defined position as left limit and click IRIS + to save this left boundary. MOTION
<PRESET>
*<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
<AUTO TRACKING>
BACK
EXIT
SCAN
*SCAN NO. :1
START
<LEFT LIMIT>
<RIGHT LIMIT>
SCAN SPEED: 20
BACK
EXIT
4) <RIGHT LIMIT>: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter. Move the dome to a defined position as right limit and click IRIS + to save this right boundary. 5) START: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to start the current scan. 6) SCAN SPEED: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to set up the scan speed ranging 1‐30. - 72 -
OSD MENU
•AUTO CRUISE (SEQUENCE) MAIN MENU
The dome supports 8 groups of auto cruise and each LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
<DOME SETTINGS>
*<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
EXIT
MOTION
<PRESET>
<SCAN>
*<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
<AUTO TRACKING>
BACK
EXIT
SEQUENCE
SEQ NO. :1
START
*<SEQUENCE SET>
INTERVAL:005
DELETE
BACK
EXIT
SEQUENCE
*- - - ----- ---
----- -
- ------ ------
ADD:01
DEL
BACK
EXIT
cruise supports 32 presets. . Please check the following steps to set up cruise. 1) SEQ NO.: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter the setup of Sequence Number. Click the up or down button to select a preset number (1‐8) and click IRIS + to confirm. 2) TITLE: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter the setup of Sequence Title. Check the detailed above in DOME TITLE Settings. 3) <SEQUENCE SET>: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + enter. Move the cursor to EDIT and click IRIS + enter Edit mode of sequence. Move the left and right button to Select each item. a) When the < > is on the item NO., move the up or down button to select the Serial NO. Of the preset in a sequence. There are up to 32 presets in each sequence. b) When the < > is on the item PRESET, move the up or down button to select the preset NO. That the user wants to add in the sequence. c) When the < > is on the INTERVAL, move the up or down button to select the interval time between each preset. d) When the < > is on the last item, move the up or down button to select edition mode as “INS (insert)”, “ok” and “delete”. Click IRIS + when selecting INS to insert the settings into the position of current sequence No. Click IRIS + when selecting OK to override the settings of current sequence No. Click IRIS + when selecting delete to delete the settings of - 73 -
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the current sequence No. Click IRIS + to save all the setting and click IRIS CLOSE to exit. 4) DELETE/START: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to delete/start the current sequence. •PATTERN TOUR MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
<INFORMATION>
<DOME SETTINGS>
*<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
The dome supports 4 pattern tours and each pattern covers at most 10 Minutes or 500 commands. Please check the following steps to set up a pattern. 1) PATTERN NO.: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter the setup of Pattern Number. Click the up or down button to select a pattern number (1‐4) and click IRIS + to confirm. EXIT
2) TITLE: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter the setup of Pattern Title .Check the detailed above in DOME TITLE settings. MOTION
<PRESET>
<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
*<PATTERN>
<AUTO TRACKING>
BACK
EXIT
PATTERN
3) <SET>: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter. Click the dome up/down/left/right, make the zoom in/out and click IRIS + to save the pattern tour. 4) START: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to start the current pattern tour. 5) DELETE: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to delete the current pattern tour. *PATTERN NO. :1
START
<SET>
DELETE
BACK
EXIT
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OSD MENU
•AUTO TRACKING
MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
<DOME SETTINGS>
*<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
EXIT
Under the auto tracking mode, the dome will auto track
the moving objects entering the scene. When the object is
moving out of the scene, the dome will return to a preset
position as defined after the defined time.
SENSITIVITY: The user can set up the auto tracking sensitivity under
this menu. When set as LOW, the dome will do auto tracking when obvious
object entering the screen. When set as HIGH, the dome will do auto
tracking when small object moving into the screen. Move the cursor here
and click the IRIS + to enter. The options include: LOW, MID and HIGH.
MOTION
TARGET: To set up the size of the tracking object. The options include
<PRESET>
<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
*<AUTO TRACKING>
BACK
EXIT
AUTO TRACKING
SENSITIVITY: MID
TARGET: MID
ZOOM MATCH: OFF
AUX: OFF
ENABLE: OFF
*<TRACKING SCENE SET>
BACK
EXIT
Large. MID and SMALL.
AUX: If set “ON” here, the object auto tracking will activate alarm aux
output at the same time. Click IRIS + to enter to select “ON” or “OFF”
ZOOM MATCH: Under the auto tracking model, if turn on the function of
ZOOM MATCH, the dome will do zooming in and out during auto tracking
to keep the right proportion between the object and background. Move
the cursor here and click the IRIS + to enter. And click the up or down to
select the optical zoom.
ENABLE: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter to select “ON” or
“OFF” to enable or disable this function.
TRACKING SCENE SET: Here the user can set up the scene that the
dome will get back to when finishing the action of auto tracking. Move the
cursor here and click IRIS + to enter. Move the dome to the wanted scene
and click IRIS + to confirm.
DELETE: Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to delete the return scene.
TRACKING SCENE SET
RETURN DELAY: To set up the time that dome will waiting to return to
this scene.
*<TRACKING SCENE SET>
DELETE
RETURN DELAY: 10SEC
BACK
EXIT
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OSD MENU
•RESTART MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
< INFORMATION>
<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
*RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
RESTART:The dome allows the user to reset without changing its settings remotely under this menu. Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter.
Select “OK” or “CANCEL” to continue the reset or cancel the reset. EXIT
WARNING
ARE YOU SURE……
*OK
CANCEL
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•FACTORY DEFAULTS
MAIN MENU
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
<DOME SETTINGS>
<MOTION>
RESTART
*FACTORY DEFAULTS
EXIT
FACTORY DEFAULTS will allow the user to recover all the
setting to factory default setting.
Move the cursor here and click IRIS + to enter. Select “OK” or
“CANCEL” to continue the reset or cancel the reset.
WARNING
ARE YOU SURE…..
*OK
CANCEL
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5. Connecting Up the Dome
•UMBILICAL CABLE - Vi-D5220
Alarm Input
Analogue Video
12V Power
•UMBILICAL CABLE- Vi-PSU1D/12V
Connect Mains Input to:
LIVE, EARTH, NEUTRAL
Connect umbilical to:
1. RED to RED
2. BLACK to BLACK
3. YELLOW to YELLOW
4. GREEN to GREEN
5. Coax screen to SCREEN
6. Coax center to COAX
POWER TO DOME MUST BE 12V DC
•NETWORK CABLE
Connect a CAT5e or CAT6 cable bewteen the dome and the network that connects to the
NVR or other recording/display devices.
• SAFETY EARTH
The bracket that supporst the dome should be earthed. See next section.
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6. Lightning and surge protection
This product USES the gas discharge tube of TVS diode and protection circuit, and can effectively
prevent the 3.0 kV following transient lightning and surge and all types of pulse signal from
damaging the equipment. But, for outdoor installation according to the actual situation on the
premise of guarantee the electrical safety to do the necessary protective measures:
*Dome and signal transmission line must be kept at a distance of at least 50meters from high
voltage cables.
*Choose as far as possible outside wiring along the roof line
*For open field installation, mains cable must be armoured or buried in steel conduit in
accordance with regulatiuons. Overhead wiring is forbidden.
*In strong thunderstorms or high induction voltage region (e.g., high voltage transformer
substation), must be taken to add extra high power lightning protection equipment and
installation of lightning rod and other measures
*Lightning protection and grounding design of outdoor installation and wiring must be combined
with the construction of lightning protection requirements into consideration, and conform
to the requirements of relevant national standards and industry standards.
*The system must be equipotential grounding. Grounding device must meet the system
anti-interference and electrical safety requirements, and shall not be short term or mixed with
strong power grid zero line. System separate grounding, grounding resistance is not greater than
4 .
*Installation diagram see figure 6.1
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Figure 6.1
Installation Diagram
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