Samsung SCC-C7439P User manual

SCC-C7439P
Smart Dome Camera
(Outdoor Type)
User Manual
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consisting a risk of
electric shock is present within this unit.
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and
maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying this unit.
WARNING
 To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or
moisture.
 To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in
accordance with the installation instructions.
WARNING
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specified in the specification sheet.
Using any other adapter could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to the
product.
2. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause explosion,
fire, electric shock, or damage to the product.
3. Do not connect multiple cameras to a single adapter. Exceeding the capacity may
cause abnormal heat generation or fire.
4. Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. Insecure connection may
cause fire.
5. When installing the camera, fasten it securely and firmly. The fall of camera may
cause personal injury.
6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal parts, etc.) or
containers filled with water on top of the camera. Doing so may cause personal
injury due to fire, electric shock, or falling objects.
7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. Doing so may cause fire
or electric shock.
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8. If any unusual smells or smoke come from the unit, stop using the product. In such
case, immediately disconnect the power source and contact the service center.
Continued use in such a condition may cause fire or electric shock.
10. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product. Doing so may
cause fire or electric shock
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9. If this product fails to operate normally, contact the nearest service center. Never
disassemble or modify this product in any way. (SAMSUNG is not liable for
problems caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.)
11. Do not expose the product to the direct airflow from an air conditioner.
Otherwise, it may cause moisture condensation inside the Clear Dome due to
temperature difference between internal and external of the dome camera.
12. If you install this product in a low-temp area such as inside a cold store, you must
seal up the wiring pipe with silicon, so that the external air can not flow inside the
housing. Otherwise, external high, humid air may flow inside the housing, pooling
moisture or vapor inside the product due to a difference between internal and
external temperature.
CAUTION
1. Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong blows to it. Keep away from a
location subject to excessive vibration or magnetic interference.
2. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 50°C), low temperature
(below -50°C), or high humidity. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
3. If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off the power
and then move or reinstall it.
4. Remove the power plug from the outlet when there is a lighting storm. Neglecting
to do so may cause fire or damage to the product.
5. Keep out of direct sunlight and heat radiation sources. It may cause fire.
6. Install it in a place with good ventilation.
7. Avoid aiming the camera directly towards extremely bright objects such as sun, as
this may damage the CCD image sensor.
8. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
9. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at
any time.
10. When the unit is stored in high humidity environment, moisture may occur inside
the cover dome of the Housing. Before installation, please open the cover dome
and wipe off all moisture with a soft dry cloth.
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important safety instructions
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug.
A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type
plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong
is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult
an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified
by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a
cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus
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contents
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Important Safety Instructions
Contents
Features
What’s Included
At a Glance
installation &
connection
8
Optional Accessories for
Installation
Precautions
Preparation
Installation
Initial Setup
Connecting with other Device
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appendix
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How to use the Keyboard
Controller
Main Menu
Profile
Camera Set
Intelligent Video
Privacy Zone
Preset
Auto Set
Zone Set
Alarm Set
Clock Set
Other Set
Communication
System Info
Language
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Shortcut Keys
Specifications
Product Appearance
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Features
 With the state-of-the-art digital signal processing technology, full digital image
processing and special algorithm of 600-line high resolution implemented
 High performance surveillance camera, equipped with x34 zoom lens and digital
zoom IC, enabling monitoring up to 544 times
 WDR to cover the full screen irregardless of its brightness
 DAY/NIGHT to improve the sensitivity by automatic conversion into the black and
white mode at night or in the environment with low illumination
 White Balance to control the brightness to the illumination
 Backlight Compensation under spotlight or utmost bright illumination
 Auto Focus to automatically adjust the focus to the subject movement
 Privacy zone to hide a specific area for personal privacy
 PAN/TILT for precise control at high speed
What’s Included
Please check if your camera and accessories are all included in the product package.
Camera
Housing
Connectors
Grease
Pin & Bush
User Manual
User Manual
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At a Glance
CAMERA
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HOOK
HOOK
LENS
FRAME SET
RS-485
ALARM IN
POWER
INPUT
ALARM OUT
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 Wipe out a dirty surface of the lens softly with a lens tissue or cloth to which you
have applied ethanol.
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Optional Accessories for Installation
For your easier installation, you can purchase appropriate optional accessories available.
1. WALL MOUNT ADAPTOR (SCX-300WM)
This is a wall mount adaptor, used for wallmounted installation of SMART DOME
CAMEA units.
2. CEILING MOUNT ADAPTOR (SCX-300CM)
This is a ceiling mount adaptor, used for
installation of SMART DOME CAMEA units on
a concrete ceiling.
3. POLE MOUNT ADAPTOR (SCX-300PM)
This is an adaptor for WALL MOUNT
ADAPTOR (SCX-300WM) installation on a
pole whose diameter is bigger than 80mm.
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4. CORNER MOUNT ADAPTOR (SCX-300KM)
This is an adaptor for WALL MOUNT
ADAPTOR (SCX-300WM) installation on the
corner of wall joint.
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5. PARAPET (LONG) MOUNT (SCX-300LM)
This is a mounting kit used for installation of
SMART DOME CAMEA units on a parapet.
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PRECAUTIONS
1. Select an installation spot which can endure more than 4 times of the product
weight.
2. When installing, prevent peoples approaching to avoid personal injury.
Move valuables to a safer place before installing.
Preparation
Run all the external cables through the bracket adaptor’s PIPE or MOUNT hole.
Wrap around the HOUSING’s screw hole with the Teflon Tape.
1.5" PT
PIPE OR
MOUNT
HOUSING
TEFLON TAPE
1.5" PT
EXTERNAL
CABLE
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Installation
PIPE OR
MOUNT
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1. Press the SNAP FIT of the ADAPTOR in the HOUSING to open the ADAPTOR
part, and then insert all external cables into the HOUSING. Secure the HOUSING
on the PIPE or MOUNT by turning it clockwise.
(Secure two components tightly, to avoid loosened HOUSING.)
PIPE OR
MOUNT
HOUSING
HOUSING
EXTERNAL
CABLE
ADAPTOR
SNAP-FIT
2. Connect external cables to the CONNECTORS(ALARM IN, POWER, RS-485,
ALARM OUT) and connect the CONNECTOR to the ADAPTOR.
Insert the cable into the FRAME SET, and close the ADAPTOR.
BNC JACK
HOUSING
INSULATION
TUBE
POWER INPUT ALARM OUT
ALARM IN
RS-485
EXTERNAL
CABLE
ADAPTOR
M
 Then, wrap the BNC JACK with the INSULATION TUBE, and use an insulation tape
to seal up the end of the INSULATION TUBE so that the BNC JACK does not
protrude outside of the INSULATION TUBE coating.
For more information about cable connection, refer to Connecting the adaptor
cable. (page 19)
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Note that BUSHINGs are provided for outdoor installations where exposed to a
moisture condition through the PIPE or MOUNT, install the HOUSING using the
BUSHING to prevent moisture entering.
- Apply grease of proper dose on the BUSHING before assembling, and run
cables through each hole of the bushings. Use PINS to stop up empty holes
having no cable running.
- Assemble the BUSHING to the top side of HOUSING’s inside as shown in the
diagram below. At the moment, apply pressure evenly on the BUSHING to
secure it tightly to the HOUSING as shown in the diagram.
POWER
(24V) CABLE
BUSH
BNC CABLE
ETC CABLE
BUSH
PIN
BUSH

BUSH
BUSH
HOUSING
PIPE OR
MOUNT
HOUSING
BUSH
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22P CONNECTOR
HOUSING
RACK
RACK
BRACKET WIRE
FRAME SET
SAFETY WIRE
HOOK
PROTECTIVE
TAPE
PROTECTIVE
COVER
CAMERA
HOOK
M
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3. Tie up the SAFETY WIRE of the CAMERA on the BRACKET WIRE of the FRAME
SET.
Arrange the 22P CONNECTOR of the CAMERA in line with that of the ADAPTOR,
push the HOOKs on either end of the CAMERA in the RACK direction of the
FRAME SET to secure the two.
Then, ensure that all of the two HOOKs clicks to fix to the RACK properly.
 When the installation is completed, remove the PROTECTIVE COVER and
PRETOECTIVE TAPE from the lens.
4. Align each of the 3 SCREWS of COVER DOME and 3 SCREW HOLEs of the
HOUSING respectively, and assemble the COVER DOME and HOUSING. During
the assembling, note on the followings.
 Insert and arrange SAFETY WIRE into the HOUSING while not disturbing the
camera operation.
 Ensure that the GASKET DOME component does not separate from the
COVER DOME. (If the GASKET DOME is not properly assembled, it damages
the waterproofness.)
SAFETY WIRE
HOUSING
HOUSING
SCREWS
CAMERA
COVER DOME
GASKET DOME
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COVER DOME
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INITIAL SETUP
Camera Address Setup
Use SW606, SW605, and SW604 to specify the camera address.
You can specify between 0 and 255 for the address, where the hundreds digit is
with SW606, the tens digit with SW605, and the ones digit with SW604.
ex) Camera address: If the address is 1, follow the steps in the figure below.
SW606
(x100)
SW605
(x10)
SW604
(x1)
Communication Protocol Setup
Use pins #1~#4 of SW603 to specify the communication protocol.
PIN
Comp
A
PIN1
PIN2
PIN3
PIN4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
B
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
C
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
D
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
E
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
F
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
G
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
H
ON
ON
ON
OFF
I
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
J
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
K
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
L
ON
ON
OFF
ON
M
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
N
ON
OFF
ON
ON
O
OFF
ON
ON
ON
P
ON
ON
ON
ON
A : SAMSUNG HALF
B : SAMSUNG FULL
<Bottom of the camera holder>
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Baud Rate Setup
Use pins #5, #6 of SW603 to set the baud rate.
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BAUD RATE
PIN 5
PIN 6
4800 BPS
ON
ON
9600 BPS
OFF
ON
19200 BPS
ON
OFF
38400 BPS
OFF
OFF
The factory default is 9600 BPS.
Setting RS-422A/RS-485 Termination
As it is shown in the structure map, when Controller and RS-422A/RS-485 is
connected, it should be terminated according to the Cable feature of impedance
on the each end of the transmitting line to transfer the signals in long distance by
controlling the reflection of the signals to the lowest.
n < 32
Termination
Controller
TX+(DATA+)
TX-(DATA-)
RX+
RX-
CAM 1
RX+
RX-
CAM 2
RX+
RX-
CAM n-1
RX-
Termination
SW1-ON
RX+
CAM n
<RS-485 Half Duplex Organization>
Termination : Using numbers 1 and 2 PIN, turn to <ON> and it will be terminated.
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n < 32
Termination
SW1-ON
SW2-ON
Controller
Termination
CAM 1
CAM 2
CAM n-1
CAM n
<RS-422A/RS-485 Full Duplex Organization>
M
 A communication error may occur if you connect multiple cameras that are assigned
the same address in the network.
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Connecting WITH OTHER device
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MONITOR
CONTROLLER/DVR
ALARM IN
POWER SOURCE
ALARM OUT
Connecting to a monitor
1. Connect one end of the BNC
video cable connector to the
Video Output Terminal (VIDEO
OUT).
2. Connect the other end of the
connector to the Video Input
Terminal of the monitor.
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Video terminal on the
rear of monitor
BNC Cable
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To connect ALARM IN
1. Connect one end of the external device's signal line to a corresponding ALARM
IN port of the monitor.
2. Connect the other end of the signal line to the earth-grounding [GND] port.
To connect ALARM OUT
1. Connect one end of the external device's signal line to a corresponding ALARM
OUT port of the monitor.
2. Connect the other end of the signal line to the common [COM] port.
To connect the controller
Connect an external controller or DVR to the camera, with which you can adjust the
camera.
1. Connect the Rx+ pin of the
camera to the Tx+ pin of the
controller.
2. Connect the Rx- pin of the
camera to the Tx- pin of the
controller.
Rx
Tx
3. Connect the Tx+ pin of the
camera to the Rx+ pin of the
controller.
4. Connect the Tx- pin of the
camera to the Rx- pin of the
controller.
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Connecting the adaptor cable
Adaptor Board
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Power Supply
Connect the cables as necessary, and turn on the camera to check if it works
properly.
1. Connect the adaptor to the power terminal of the camera.
2. Plug the power cord of the adaptor into the wall outlet.
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setup
Connect the camera to the keyboard controller or DVR, with which you
can manipulate and change the settings of the camera.
How to use the keyboard controller
Follow the steps below to set the camera menu using the controller.
1. Open the Camera Setup screen.
2. Use the joystick to navigate through the menus.
3. Press [ENTER] to select a menu item.
4. Use the joystick to change the value of the selected item.
5. Press [ENTER] to apply your changes.
Using OSD icons
 _+: If these icons appear in the left and right corner of a menu item, you can use
the joystick to move to the previous or next menu.

(EXIT): Exits the menu setup screen.
Before exiting the setup screen, select <SAVE> to save your settings
to the whole menus, or <QUIT> to cancel them.



(RET): Saves your settings and returns to the previous screen.
(HOME): Returns to the main menu.
(SAVE): Use this icon if you want to save your settings after you specified the
mask area and privacy area, etc.
Once you saved your settings, the changes remain intact even if you
select <QUIT> on exit.

(DEL): Use this icon if you want to delete a mask, or privacy area, etc.
Once you deleted your settings, the deletions remain valid even if you
select <QUIT> on exit.

: This icon appears in the right of a menu containing sub menu items.
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 While any operation of PRESET, AUTO PAN, SCAN, and PATTERN is running, and if
the camera is turned off and back on without any particular manipulation, the
camera will resume the last run operation.
 You can set the menu item only if the tilt angle is within 90°.
If you enter the menu setup screen with the camera positioned out of a tilt of 90°,
the camera will rotate by 180° to fall into the opposite position within a tilt of 90°.
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Main Menu
This is the first screen you ever see when you turn on the camera where you can set the
camera environment to your needs.
 PROFILE
 MAIN MENU 
Select a mode appropriate to the camera
PROFILE
installation environment.
CAMERA SET
INTELLIGENCE
 CAMERA SET
PRIVACY ZONE
PRESET
You can configure the camera settings.
AUTO SET
 INTELLIGENCE
ZONE SET
ALARM SET
Offers motion detection and tracking
CLOCK SET
functions.
OTHER SET
 PRIVACY ZONE
You can configure the privacy settings.
 PRESET
You can set the PRESET POSITION and
COMMUNICATION
DURATION.
SYSTEM INFO
LANGUAGE
 AUTO SET
Contains sub menu items of AUTO PAN,
PATTERN, and SCAN.
 ZONE SET
You can set the standard azimuth and zone
area for the camera.
 ALARM SET
You can set the alarm priority and I/O sequence.
 CLOCK SET
You can set the display time and format.
 OTHER SET
You can reset the camera, or adjust the OSD color to your preference.
 COMMUNICATION
Configures the settings pertaining to RS-485 communication.
 SYSTEM INFO
Shows the system information such as the camera version or communication
settings.
 LANGUAGE
Select a preferred one from the supported languages.
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PROFILE
You can select one from the pre-determined configurations as appropriate to your
specific camera installation environment.
Your selection on each item in PROFILE will affect all other settings of the camera.
 STANDARD
 PROFILE 
Automatically optimizes the camera settings
STANDARD
to the normal environment.
ITS
 ITS
BACKLIGHT
DAY/NIGHT
This setting enables you to analyze the traffic
GAMING
situation and take the traffic information at a
CUSTOM
glance.
 BACKLIGHT
This setting enables you to view a sharp
background and object even in a severe
backlight scene.
 DAY/NIGHT
Automatically optimizes the camera settings to the day and night scene.
 GAMING
This automatically configures the settings so that you can work in a stable illumination condition as indoors.
 CUSTOM
Your change to any of the PROFILE settings will switch the display to CUSTOM.
CAMERA SETUP MENU
Parent Menu Sub-menus
STANDARD
VPS
ALC
LEVEL
IRIS
BACKLIGHT
WDR
ITS
BACKLIGHT
DAY/NIGHT
GAMING
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ALC
ALC
ALC
ALC
ALC
-
-
-
-
-
0
0
0
0
0
OFF
OFF
WDR
OFF
OFF
-
-
-
-
-
WEIGHT Custom Setting Custom Setting
WDR LEVEL Custom Setting Custom Setting
MEDIUM
Custom Setting Custom Setting
0
Custom Setting Custom Setting
WHITE BAL Custom Setting Custom Setting Custom Setting Custom Setting Custom Setting
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CAMERA SETUP MENU
ITS
BACKLIGHT
DAY/NIGHT
GAMING
MOTION
(F.FAST)
---
(F.FAST)
---
NORM
(F.FAST)
---
SLOW
DNR
MEDIUM
MEDIUM
MEDIUM
MEDIUM
MEDIUM
SHUTTER
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
SENSE UP
AUTO X4
AUTO X2
AUTO X4
AUTO X4
AUTO X4
XDR
MEDIUM
MEDIUM
MEDIUM
MEDIUM
MEDIUM
AUTO
AUTO
DAY
AUTO
DAY
NIGHT
DAY/NIGHT
BURST
EXT
BURST
DAY
-
-
-
-
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
-
-
-
-
-
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
DAY
DAY/NIGHT
DAY
DAY/NIGHT
DAY
-
-
-
-
-
ATW2
ATW1
ATW1
ATW1
ATW1
RED
0
0
0
0
0
BLUE
0
0
0
0
0
MODE
WHITE BAL
OFF
-
-
-
-
-
MEDIUM
Custom Setting
MEDIUM
Custom Setting
ATW2
OFF
ATW2
OFF
RED Custom Setting
0
Custom Setting
0
Custom Setting
BLUE Custom Setting
0
Custom Setting
0
Custom Setting
2
2
2
2
NIGHT
BRIGHTNESS Custom Setting
MODE
DETAIL
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2
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STANDARD
Parent Menu Sub-menus
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CAMERA SET
You can configure the general settings of the camera module.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <MAIN MENU> - <CAMERA SET>.
The Camera Setup menu appears.
2. Change the settings as necessary, or select
an item to check.

CAMERA SET
CAMERA ID
VPS
IRIS
MOTION
DNR
SHUTTER
SENS-UP
FLICKERLESS
XDR

OFF
OFF
ALC
(F.FAST) --MID
(OFF) --AUTO X4
OFF
MID
CAMERA ID
Provide the ID and location for a camera that displays on the screen.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <CAMERA SET> - <CAMERA ID>.
2. Use the joystick to select a desired character,
then press [ENTER].
In the lower input box of the screen, the
selected character will be entered.
 You can enter up to 54 characters including
alphabets, numbers and special characters.
 LOCATION : Specify the display position
of the camera ID.
CAMERA ID
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZO
123456789 : ?_+()/
SP SP
LOCATION
-----------------------------------------------------------------
3. When done, press [ENTER].
The camera ID will be displayed in the specified position.
VPS
If you set it to <ON>, the camera images will be displayed in progressive mode.
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IRIS
The IRIS menu is useful if you set to adjust the
intensity of radiation incoming to the camera.
[ 00] ----I----
BACKLIGHT
AREA
<SIZE> <LOCATION> BLC
USER
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 ALC : Adjust the open and close of the iris.
- LEVEL : Select an overall brightness level.
- BLC : With <BACKLIGHT> set to
<BLC>, you can specify the BLC area.
With AREA set to <USER>, you can
specify the position and size.
ALC
LEVEL
- WDR : If you set <BACKLIGHT> to
ALC
<WDR>, you will see a menu where you
[ 00] ----I---can set the WDR options.
LEVEL
BACKLIGHT
WDR
Specify the shutter speed in WDR LEVEL,
WEIGHT
MID
and, the composition level in <WEIGHT>.
[ 0] ----I--- WDR LEVEL
Select OUTDOOR, or INDOOR in
WHITE BAL
INDOOR
<WHITE BAL>.
The WDR feature provides an extension of
the gain range, which is useful, especially
if you work on pictures both indoors and
outdoors from inside of a building.
Namely, it improves the sharpness of the picture in outdoor scenery as well as
indoor.
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 As long as you use the VPS function, the WDR will not be available as the CCD read
method differs accordingly. If you set VPS to ON, WDR will be set to <OFF>
accordingly.
 MANUAL : Adjust the iris level manually.
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 The overall brightness target of a camera
MANUAL
LEVEL
[ 00] ----I----
will be set to ALC level 0, while the iris
can be adjusted manually.
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AGC
With this, you can adjust the AGC level of a
 CAMERA SET 
camera.
CAMERA ID
OFF
With AGC active, if the signal strength falls
VPS
OFF
below the standard level, AGC will amplify the
IRIS
ALC
AGC
(VERY HIGH) --video signal to automatically improve the
DNR
MID
sensitivity.
SHUTTER
OFF
If <SENS-UP> is set to <OFF>, or <FIX>
SENS-UP
OFF
mode, the <MOTION> menu will switch to
FLICKERLESS
OFF
XDR
MID
<AGC>.
With the USER ( ) submenu selected, press
[ENTER] to display the corresponding screen.
In this mode, you can select from VERY LOW
to VERY HIGH in 16 levels, enabling deeper, wider choices to your convenience.
With the FIX ( ) submenu selected, press [ENTER] to display the corresponding
screen. In this mode, you can select an individualized mode in 16 levels, regardless of
the brightness.
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 As long as the DAY/NIGHT menu is set to AUTO in Camera Setup, the AGC menu is
not available.
 As long as FLICKERLESS is set to ON, the AGC mode is not available.
 If you set BACKLIGHT to WDR, the AGC fix mode is not available.
MOTION
You can specify a level of AGC for controlling the camera motion.
This is available only of the SENSE UP menu is set to AUTO.
Select F.FAST if you want to monitor a very fast moving object in a low contrast
scene, and S.SLOW if monitoring a very slow moving, inanimate object in the same
condition.
 As long as DAY/NIGHT is set to <AUTO>, the <MOTION> menu is not available.
DNR
Reduces the noise on the camera image.
The higher the level is, the greater the effect is.
Set it to <USER> to specify the level.
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SHUTTER
 As long as SENSE UP is set to AUTO, FIXED /
FLICKERLESS to ON / BACKLIGHT to WDR, the
SHUTTER menu is not available.
 CAMERA SET 
CAMERA ID
OFF
VPS
OFF
IRIS
ALC
AGC
(VERY HIGH) --DNR
MID
SHUTTER
1/120
SENS-UP
(OFF) --FLICKERLESS
(OFF) --XDR
MID
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You can select a fixed fast electronic shutter
speed in 7 options ranging from 1/120 to 1/10k,
which is mostly used to take a picture of a fast
moving object.
SENS-UP
Automatically senses the darkness level at night or in a low contrast scene, and
extends the accumulation time accordingly; you can select <AUTO> or <FIX> for a
bright and sharp image.
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 If the SHUTTER menu is set to fixed electronic shutter mode, the SENSE UP menu
will not be available.
 If FLICKERLESS is set to ON, or BACKLIGHT to WDR, the FIX mode of the SENSE UP
menu is not available.
FLICKERLESS
This will prevent possible screen distortion due to a mismatch between the vertical
sync frequency and the blinking frequency of the lighting; if set to <ON>, the shutter
speed will be fixed to 1/120 second.
 If SHUTTER is set to FIX, SENSE UP to FIX, and AGC to FIX, the <FLICKERLESS> menu is
not available.
XDR
This will correct a brightness difference between different scenes for the optimal
visibility by calculating the ambient luminance contrast in a certain unit of pixels.
The higher the value is, the higher the correction level is.
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DAY/NIGHT
You can specify a recording mode according to the scene.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <CAMERA SET> - <DAY/NIGHT>.
2. Select a screen transition mode according
DAY/NIGHT
AUTO
WHITE BAL
to the illumination, and set options as
FOCUS
MODE
ONEAF
appropriate.
ZOOM SPEED
[2]
 DAY : Fixed to DAY mode, regardless of
DISPLAY ZOOM
OFF
the scene.
DISPLAY P/T
OFF
DIGITAL ZOOM
OFF
 NIGHT : Fixed to NIGHT mode,
DETAIL
[2]
regardless of the scene.
V-SYNC
INT
If BURST is set to <ON>, the burst
signal will be output along with the
black-and-white composite video signal.
 AUTO : According to the luminance, this
AUTO
will switch DAY to NIGHT mode, or vice
versa.
BURST
OFF
DAYNIGHT
- BURST : If set to <OFF>, the burst
BRIGHTNESS
MID
signal will not be output in NIGHT mode.
DWELL TIME
2SEC
NIGHTDAY
- DAYNIGHT BRIGHTNESS : Specify
BRIGHTNESS
MID
the brightness level switching from
DWELL TIME
5SEC
COLOR to BW filter.
MASK AREA
1 2
Adjusting from HIGH to LOW will cause
to switch the filter in a darker screen.
- DAYNIGHT DWELL TIME : Time
required to determine the filter switch.
- NIGHTDAY BRIGHTNESS : Specify the brightness level switching from
BW to COLOR filter. Adjusting from HIGH to LOW will cause to switch the
filter in a darker screen.
- NIGHTDAY DWELL TIME : Time required to determine the filter switch.
- MASK AREA : If there exists a bright
MASK AREA
spot light source in a night scene, you
<SIZE>
can specify the size and position as
<LOCATION>
needed.
This will prevent an error in switching
filter, or failure to determine the filter
switch in a night scene where a bright
spot light source exists.
Any excessively bright area in a night
scene will be MASKed.
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 You can specify MASK 1 and 2 simultaneously.
 If <BACKLIGHT> is set to <BLC>, the MASK AREA function is not available.
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English
 EXT : The interface to an external alarm enables an automatic switch between
DAY and NIGHT mode.
If you set <DAY/NIGHT> to EXT, and alarm #1 to NO/NC in ALARM SETALARM IN SET, the alarm can be used for an input signal in EXT mode of
<DAY/NIGHT>.
If an alarm signal occurs, the mode will switch to NIGHT.
 If <DAY/NIGHT> is set to EXT, ALARM1 in ALARM OUT SET, and ALARM1 in ALARM
SET-AUTO SET are not available.
 If you use an infrared light source while in AUTO mode, this may cause a failure in
AUTO SWITCH or AUTO FOCUS.
WHITE BAL
If you need to adjust the color according to the ambient illumination, you can use
the <WHITE BAL> function.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
Illumination is generally referred to as color temperature, which is represented in a
measurement of kelvin (K). Color temperatures for ordinary lighting are as follows:
In the <WHITE BAL> menu, you
can set a mode for correcting the
<WHITE BAL>.
- ATW1,2 : If you set the <WHITE
BAL> menu to <ATW1> or
<ATW2> mode, this will monitor
the change of the color temperature
to correct the <WHITE BAL> as
needed.
The following color temperature
ranges are assured in individual
modes:
ATW1 : 2500K ~ 9300K (1)
ATW2 : 2000K ~ 10000K
(suitable to sodium light source) (2)
10000K
Blue sky
Rainy
9000K
8000K
7000K
6000K
Cloudy
5000K
4000K
Partly Cloudy
Sunny
Fluorescent lamp
3000K
2000K
1000K
Halogen lamp
Candlelight
Tungsten lamp
1 : With <ATW1> mode active in a color temperature environment ranging
beyond between 2500K and 9300K, a proper white balance value may not be
produced; if this is the case, you are recommended to use <ATW2> mode.
2 : With <ATW2> mode active in a mostly single color environment, the display
color and the actual one may differ; so select a mode as appropriate to your
color temperature environment.
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1. Select <CAMERA SET> - <WHITE BAL>.
2. Select a mode where you set the <WHITE BAL>.
 DAY : You can set the RED, and BLUE
value in DAY mode.
The screen will be displayed in colors
DAY/NIGHT
according to your settings.
MODE
 You can set the R-GAIN, and B-GAIN value
only in <AWC> mode.
 If AGC is set to <OFF> or <FIX>, the NIGHT
WHITE BAL
DAY
AWC
[ 00] ---- I ---[ 00] ---- I ----
RED
BLUE
R-GAIN
B-GAIN
[0064]
[0064]
menu can not be accessed.
 NIGHT : You can set the <WHITE BAL>
according to the ambient illumination.
If NIGHT mode is set to <OFF>, the
<WHITE BAL> will operate in a mode
specified in DAY mode at all times;
otherwise, the screen will switch to a
mode specified in <DAY/NIGHT>.
You can set the RED, BLUE and
BRIGHTNESS value in DAY mode.
The screen will be displayed in colors
according to your settings.
WHITE BAL
DAY/NIGHT
BRIGHTNESS
MODE
RED
BLUE
R-GAIN
B-GAIN
NIGHT
MID
AWC
[ 00] ---- I ---[ 00] ---- I ----
[0064]
[0064]
3. According to the specified recording mode, select a <WHITE BAL> mode with
necessary options.
 ATW1,2 : The camera can automatically adjust the color temperature in real
time, according to the ambient conditions.
(Color temperature range 1: 2500K ~ 9300K, 2 : 2000K ~ 10000K)
 AWC : Pressing [ENTER] on a desired item will perform ATW once.
 You can set the R-GAIN/B-GAIN value.
 3200K : Set the color temperature to 3200K.
 5600K : Set the color temperature to 5600K.
- BRIGHTNESS : Specify a brightness level switching from DAY mode to
NIGHR mode setting.
- RED : Adjust the strength of the red color.
- BLUE : Adjust the strength of the blue color.
- R-GAIN/B-GAIN : Specify the current color temperature manually.
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FOCUS MODE
You can select a focus mode according to the
angle that you adjusted for camera recording.
- ONEAF : Restores focus after the operation
of pan/tile/zoom, and operates the same as
in <MF> unless the operation of pan/tile/
zoom is executed.
DAY/NIGHT
WHITE BAL
FOCUS MODE
ZOOM SPEED
DISPLAY ZOOM
DISPLAY P/T
DIGITAL ZOOM
DETAIL
V-SYNC
AUTO
[2]
ONEAF
[2]
OFF
OFF
X16
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- AF : This will monitor the screen continuously
to focus automatically. If you adjust the focus
manually, that will operate the same as in
<MF>. This will also restore focus after the
operation of pan/tile/zoom.
INT
- MF : You can adjust the focus manually.
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 While you are working on the following objects, <AF> may not work properly.
If this is the case, use <MF> instead.
- Very bright object, or dominant object in a dark scene
- Object against the rear side of a moist or dirty glass
- A scene where nearby and distant objects co-exist
- White wall or single-colored object
- Venetian blinds and other horizontally striped objects
ZOOM SPEED
You can adjust the zoom operation speed.
DISPLAY ZOOM
You can set to display the zoom status on the screen.
 It will disappear in about 3 seconds if the zoom factor has no further change.
DISPLAY P/T
You can set to display the operation status of pan/tilt when it is active.
 It will disappear in about 3 seconds if the pan/tilt position has no further change.
However, the allowable error is ±2°.
DIGITAL ZOOM
You can set the maximum allowable digital zoom ratio.
Digital Zoom will start operation after it is zoomed in to the maximum optical ratio of
x34. If you set DIGITAL ZOOM to x16, you can take a shot at up to x544 (34x16).
DETAIL
Used to adjust the vertical and horizontal distinction, respectively.
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V-SYNC
You can set the V-SYNC mode.
- If you select <INT>, the camera will use the internal synchronization.
- If selecting <LINE>, the camera will use an external power frequency for
synchronization. The LL-PHASE can be adjusted as appropriate.
AGC COLOR SUP
You can adjust the color reproduction range
according to AGC.
REVERSE
AGC COLOR SUP
REVERSE
POSI/NEGA
PIP
DIS
MID
OFF
+
OFF
OFF
You can reverse the video signal from left
to right, upside down, or vice versa to your
convenience.
POSI/NEGA
You can set the video brightness signal to normal or reverse.
PIP
You can view a main image with a sub image on the same screen.
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 If more than one PRIVACY ZONE is specified, and PRIVACY SET to <ON>, the PIP
function is not available.
 As long as SENSE UP is set to FIXED, PIP menu is not available.
 According to the luminance, PIP will disappear if the SENSE UP menu is set to AUTO.
DIS
If you set it to <ON> for a camera that is trembled or vibrated from an ambient
change, this will automatically compensate for the flicker on the screen.
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 If you set <DIS> to <ON>, the image will be enlarged with digital zoom as much
area as compensated.
If you set the digital zoom to a larger ratio than the actual enlargement for
compensation, the <DIS> function will be disabled.
 <DIS> may not work properly in the following images:
Flat, i.e., no regular-patterned image/ Low contrast scene/ High frequency image
taken under a fluorescent lamp / Regular-patterned image
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Intelligent Video
You can enable the motion detection and tracking functions.
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<INTELLIGENCE>.
2. Select each item and set appropriately.
MOTION
You can enable the motion detection and
tracking functions.
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
INTELLIGENCE
MOTION
ADVANCED
MASK AREA
DISPLAY
SENSITIVITY
RESOLUTION
ALARM OUT
1

2
[4]
3
OFF
OFF
4
ON
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For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
[3]
 If you set it to <DETECTION>, the
<FIXED/MOVED> option of ADVANCED
menu will not be available.
 In following situations, motion detection and tracking function may not work properly.
- When there is sudden changes of brightness
- When the device moves
- When a certain object’s movement fills most of the framing area
- When there is difficulties in distinguishing the moving object and background
ADVANCED
You can detect motions and mark the video that contains such motion, and enables
tracking of the movement.
Selecting the <FIXED/MOVED> option will mark a region if an existing object
disappears, or a new object appears and fixed for a certain period of time.
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 In following situations, FIXED/MOVED detection may not work properly.
- When multiple motions continue arbitrarily.
- When the object that is fixed continues to move in the same position.
- When a newly appearing object conceals another object that is moving.
MASK AREA
1. Select the number of the area to be
masked that will be excluded from motion
detection.
MASK AREA
<SIZE>
<LOCATION>
2. Select the mask number and set the mask
size and its coverage.
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DISPLAY
When selected <ON>, it displays the motion detected and detection of configured
advanced function.
SENSITIVITY
Sets the sensitivity of motion sensor.
RESOLUTION
The bigger the resolution setting, the smaller the object that can be detected.
ALARM OUT
When selected <ON>, it outputs alarm
signal when the motion is detected and on a
detection of configured advanced function.
ALARM OUT
MOTION
FIXED/MOVED
ON
ON
PRIVACY ZONE
You can set up to 12 privacy zones that will be hided for privacy of the subject when
recording.
Zone Setup
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<PRIVACY ZONE>.
2. Select the number of the zone and press
[ENTER].
The Zone setup screen appears.
3. Select the <SET P/T/Z> and press
[ENTER].
Using the joystick, adjust the camera’s
pan, tilt and zoom.

1
7
PRIVACY ZONE
2
8
PRIVACY SET
STYLE
3
9
4
10

5
11
6
12
ON
MOSAIC1
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4. Select the <PIXEL LEVEL>.
Select the pixel level for the SIZE and
LOCATION settings.
[4]
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5. Select the <SIZE> and press [ENTER].
Using the joystick, set the size of the
privacy zone.
PRIVACY ZONE SET 1
<SET P/T/Z>
PIXEL LEVEL
<SIZE>
<LOCATION>
6. Select the <LOCATION> and press
[ENTER].
Using the joystick, set the position of the
privacy zone.
7. Save the changes and move to the
previous screen and select the <STYLE>.
Select the <COLOR> and pick a desired color.
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 Setting one or more privacy zone and enabling privacy function will disable the PIP
function.
 For better privacy protection, make your privacy zone bigger than the required,
bigger by about 30%.
 Video portion of mosaic pattern or colored by the privacy zone setup is not
recoverable.
PRESET
This function provides preset camera settings such as pan, tilt, zoom and focus so to
enable quicker and easier accessing and monitoring, which supports up to 512 presets.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<PRESET>.
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 MAIN MENU 
PROFILE
CAMERA SET
INTELLIGENCE
PRIVACY ZONE
PRESET
AUTO SET
ZONE SET
ALARM SET
CLOCK SET
OTHER SET
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2. Select the preset number.
PRESET

0 
5
10
15
20
25
30
1
6
11
16
21
26
31
2
7
12
17
22
27

3. Select <POSITION> and adjust <PAN/
TILT/ZOOM> to the desired setup using
the joystick.
4. Set <PRESET ID> to <ON> and enter the
name.
 For entering the name, refer to “CAMERA ID”.
(page 24)
1/16

3
8
13
18
23
28
4
9
14
19
24
29

PRESET NO. 1
POSITION
PRESET ID
PRESET SPEED
DWELL TIME
IMAGE HOLD
CAMERA SET
[5]
ON
3SEC
OFF
ON
5. Select <PRESET SPEED> and adjust the
pan/tilt speed of the preset.
6. Set the <DWELL TIME> that defines the
camera's hold duration and <IMAGE HOLD> of the preset.
 If you set the <IMAGE HOLD> to <ON>, the video image will be held still until the
camera reaches the preset position.
7. Set <CAMERA SET> to <ON>.
You can adjust camera setups for each
preset.
 For details on setting <IRIS>, <WHITE BAL>
and <FOCUS MODE>, refer to “CAMERA
SET”. (pages 24 ~ 32)
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CAMERA SET
IRIS
WHITE BAL
FOCUS MODE
ALC
MF
 If VPS is set to ON in Camera Setup from
the main menu, the camera will operate in
VPS even if it's set to WDR in PRESET.
 If you use WDR in PRESET, the camera will operate in WDR and release any previous
settings even if AGC has been set to FIX, SHUTTER to ON, SENSE UP to FIX in the
main menu.
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 The preset position can be specified for a tilt range of between 0° and 90°.
Those presets that are out of a tilt of 90° can not be specified.
 If you try to specify a preset position for a range exceeding a tilt of 90° using a
 If you upload/download the menu setting using SSC-1000, 2000 or 5000, the preset
may differ from the menu setting so define the preset again after the operation.
English
controller (SSC-1000, 2000 or 5000), you will see a message of <SET AGAIN> on
the screen. If this is the case, try again for a range below a tilt of 90°.
AUTO SET
You can set the AUTO PAN, PATTERN, and AUTO PLAY.
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 If you upload/download the menu setting using SSC-1000, 2000 or 5000, the
settings for AUTO PAN, PATTERN, SCAN, and PRESET may differ from the menu
settings so define them again after the operation.
Auto Pan Setup
Set the starting and ending positions to patrol between points at specified speed.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<AUTO SET>.
 MAIN MENU 
PROFILE
CAMERA SET
INTELLIGENCE
PRIVACY ZONE
PRESET
AUTO SET
ZONE SET
ALARM SET
CLOCK SET
OTHER SET
2. Select the number of <AUTO PAN>.
AUTO PAN setup screen appears.
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
AUTO SET
AUTO PAN
1
PATTERN
SCAN
1
AUTO PLAY

2 3 4
1  2  3 
2 3 4
OFF
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3. Select each item and set appropriately.
 POSITION : Set the starting and ending
positions for the <AUTO PAN>.
Move to the setting screen and adjust
pan/tilt to the desired starting position,
and then press [ENTER].
Again, adjust pan/tilt to the desired
ending position and press [ENTER] to
finish <AUTO PAN> setup.
AUTO PAN 1
POSITION
DIRECTION
ENDLESS
SPEED
DWELL TIME
[10]
LEFT
OFF
3SEC
 DIRECTION : Sets the direction of the camera’s movement from the starting to
the end position. (Based on panning)
<RIGHT>
<LEFT>
START
START
END
END
 ENDLESS : Instead of shuttling between start and end positions, the camera
turns 360° endlessly while stops for the <DWELL TIME> at both positions.
 SPEED : Sets the moving speed of the camera, from 1 to 64.
 DWELL TIME : Sets the dwell time at the starting and ending positions, from
1 to 60 seconds.
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Pattern Setup
You can manually record your pan/tilt/zoom movements to a monitoring pattern for
up to 2 minutes.
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<AUTO SET>.
2. Select the pattern number.
PATTERN setup screen appears.
3. Select the <POSITION> and set the
pattern's starting position and press
[ENTER].
PATTERN SET 1
<POSITION>
START
4. Select the <START> and move the
camera using pan/tilt/zoom.
5. Your manual camera actions will be
recorded for up to 2 minutes, and returns
to the previous menu automatically.
English
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
PATTERN SET 1
<POSITION>
START
 To stop manual recording and return to the
previous menu before 2 minutes, press
[ENTER].
Scan Setup
You can set the SCAN operation to include a defined preset position.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<AUTO SET>.
2. Select the scan number.
SCAN setup screen appears.
3. Move the cursor to a number with the []
mark which contains a defined preset.
4. Press [ENTER].
[S] mark appears beside the [] and the
corresponding preset is included in the
scan.
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SCAN 1
0S
5
10
15
20
25
30
1
6
11
16
21
26
31
2
7
12
17
22
27

1/16
3
8
13
18
23
28
4
9
14
19
24
29

 SCAN numbers configured for a certain page can be saved only in the corresponding
page. Make sure to save it before moving to the next page.
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Auto Play Setup
AUTO PLAY runs configured AUTO PAN, PATTERN, and SCAN functions
automatically.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<AUTO SET>.
2. Select the <AUTO PLAY> and select a
number.
AUTO PLAY setup screen appears.
 AUTO PLAY1 : Sets overall function
properties of the AUTO PLAY.
- AUTO RETURN : Sets the interval
between auto plays.
- AUTO PLAY : Sets the auto play action
at every auto play interval.
You can set between 1 ~ 4 for SCAN
or AUTO PAN, 1 ~ 3 for PATTERN, and
0 ~ 511 for PRESET.
- PLAY NUMBER : Sets the number of
the defined auto play operation.
 AUTO PLAY2 : Select the auto play
action and set its starting / ending time.
When the time hits the defined starting
time, configured auto play will begin.
You can set between 1 ~ 4 for SCAN or
AUTO PAN, 1 ~ 3 for PATTERN, and
0 ~ 511 for PRESET.

AUTO SET

AUTO PAN
1
PATTERN
SCAN
1
AUTO PLAY
2 3 4
1  2  3 
2 3 4
1
AUTO PLAY 1
AUTO RETURN
AUTO PLAY
PLAY NUMBER
ID:START
1 00:00
2 03:00
3 06:00
4 09:00
5 12:00
6 15:00
7 18:00
8 21:00
AUTO PLAY 2
END PLAY
03:00 OFF
06:00 OFF
09:00 OFF
12:00 OFF
15:00 OFF
18:00 OFF
21:00 OFF
00:00 OFF
1MIN
PRESET
0
NO.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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ZONE SET
You can set the north direction and the zone coverage.
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<ZONE SET>.
English
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
 MAIN MENU 
PROFILE
CAMERA SET
INTELLIGENCE
PRIVACY ZONE
PRESET
AUTO SET
ZONE SET
ALARM SET
CLOCK SET
OTHER SET
2. Set <AZIMUTH> to <ON>.
3. Set the north direction using the joystick
and press [ENTER].
 SET NORTH : In SET NORTH, press
[ENTER] to set the north direction
which will be the reference for all other
directions.

ZONE SET

AZIMUTH
ZONE AREA SET
OFF
OFF
4. Set <ZONE AREA SET> to <ON>.
5. When the <ZONE AREA MAP> screen
appears, select a number.
6. When the <ZONE AREA SET> screen
appears, set the <POSITION> and
<ZONE ID SET>.
ZONE AREA MAP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
 For entering the name, refer to “CAMERA ID”.
(page 24)
 POSITION : Sets the left/right boundaries
of the zone.
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ALARM SET
It provides 8 alarm inputs and 3 alarm outputs. Detects alarm inputs from the external
sensors cooperating with configured presets, patterns, and scan functions, and
produces alarm outputs. Alarm’s dwell time is defined by the corresponding preset’s
<DWELL TIME> and its alarm action.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<ALARM SET>.
 MAIN MENU 
PROFILE
CAMERA SET
INTELLIGENCE
PRIVACY ZONE
PRESET
AUTO SET
ZONE SET
ALARM SET
CLOCK SET
OTHER SET
2. Select each item and set appropriately.

ALARM SET

ALARM PRIORITY SET
ALARM IN SET
ALARM OUT SET
AUTO SET
AUX OUT CONTROL
 ALARM PRIORITY : Sets the priorities of
alarms. Setting the priorities of 8 alarms
defines the alarm notification priorities
of them in the highest orders.
By default, the priorities are set as
Alarm 1  Alarm 2  .....  Alarm 8.
When multiple alarms are generated
at the same time, alarm notifies in the
order of the default priority setting.
While an alarm is generating, no motion
is detected.
ALARM PRIORITY SET
ALARM1
ALARM2
ALARM3
ALARM4
ALARM5
ALARM6
ALARM7
ALARM8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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M
English
 ALARM IN SET : Select the alarm sensor operation between <NO>, <NC> and
<OFF>.
 ALARM OUT SET : Set the alarm out port matched to the alarm input port.
 AUTO SET : Sets the pattern and scan
AUTO SET
action for the corresponding alarm
ALARM1
OFF
input. When the alarm is generated, the
ALARM2
OFF
ALARM3
OFF
camera moves to the preset position
ALARM4
OFF
coupled to the corresponding alarm.
ALARM5
OFF
Presets 1 ~ 8 are coupled with alarms
ALARM6
OFF
1 ~ 8 inputs respectively, and the preset
ALARM7
OFF
ALARM8
OFF
9 is coupled to the motion detection.
MOTION
OFF
The camera stops and remains in the
corresponding preset position for the
defined <DWELL TIME>, and performs
pattern or scan action defined by the <AUTO SET>. Setting to <OFF> will
discard with the pattern or scan action after moving to the preset position.
- PATTERN 1 ~ 3 : Defined pattern action
- HALF1 : Patterns 1 and 2 in serial action
- HALF2 : Patterns 2 and 3 in serial action
- WHOLE : Patterns 1, 2 and 3 in serial action
- SCAN 1 ~ 4 : Predefined SCAN action
 The <ALARM1> is used as external switching signal if the <DAY/NIGHT> is set to
<EXT>.
 AUX OUT CONTROL : Sets whether to
sustain the alarm output despite of the
alarm generation or to output alarm out
signal while the coupled alarm is alive.
When selected <OFF>, outputs alarm
only if the alarm is generated. When
selected <ON>, it always outputs
alarm out signal despite of the alarm
generation.
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AUX OUT CONTROL
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OFF
OFF
OFF
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CLOCK SET
Sets whether to display the clock on the screen and its time format.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<CLOCK SET>.
2. Select <DISPLAY> and set whether to
display the time on the screen.
3. Select the time format and set the clock.
4. Select the date format and set the date.

CLOCK SET

DISPLAY
TIME FORMAT
SET TIME
DATE FORMAT
SET DATE
OFF
12HOUR
AM 07:34:48
MM/DD/YYYY
01/01/2009
OTHER SET
You can reset the system by running FACTORY DEFAULTS, or set the font color, zoom,
turbo pan/tilt, etc.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<OTHER SET>.
2. Select each item and set appropriately.

OTHER SET
FACTORY DEFAULTS
OSD COLOR
PROPORTIONAL P/T
P/T SPEED
AUTO CAL.
D-FLIP
PASSWORD

[2]
BW
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
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FACTORY DEFAULTS
FACTORY DEFAULTS
M
English
When selected, the <FACTORY DEFAULTS>
screen appears and you can reset all settings
to the factory default settings by selecting
the <OK>. However, the protocol, baud rate,
address and the language settings will not be
reset.
OK
CANCEL
 Note that the resetting the system to the
factory default will erase all settings data.
OSD COLOR
Selects the color of the on-screen display font.
PROPORTIONAL P/T
When selected <ON>, manual pan / tilt movement speed will vary proportionally to
the zoom ratio.
P/T SPEED
When selected <ON>, manual pan / tilt movement speed will be doubled.
AUTO CAL. (AUTO CALIBRATION)
To enhance the lens and pan/tilt motor’s accuracy, the automatic compensation
function is provided. It automatically resets the lens and pan/tilt when there is no
user operation for a specified time period.
D-FLIP (DIGITAL FLIP)
When selected <ON>, the displayed screen will be flipped vertically and horizontally
if the subject turns over 90°.
PASSWORD
When selected <ON>, it is asked to enter the
password for accessing the menu.
Select the numbers using direction keys and
press [ENTER].
 The default password is “4321”.
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PASSWORD
0
5
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
[]
[]
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COMMUNICATION
You can set the RS-485 communications setting in regard of the camera.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<COMMUNICATION>.
2. Select each item and set appropriately.
 PRIORITY : Set the priority by selecting
<HW> or <SW>.
When selected <HW>, the protocol,
baud rate and address settings will
follow those settings of the adaptor
switch.
 PROTOCOL, BAUD RATE, ADDRESS :
When selected <SW>, you can manually
set the protocol, baud rate and address.

COMMUNICATION
RS485
PRIORITY
PROTOCOL
BAUD RATE
ADDRESS

HW
SAMSUNG
HALF
9600
0
SYSTEM INFO
You can check the system information.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<SYSTEM INFO>.
2. The current system information is displayed.

SYSTEM INFO
TYPE
PROTOCOL
ADDRESS
COMM. TYPE
BAUD RATE
SERIAL NO.
CAMERA VER.
ALARM VER.

4_34PTZ_WDR_P
SAMSUNG
0
HW, RS485, HALF
9600
000000000000000
v1.00_000000
v1.00_000000
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LANGUAGE
You can set the language of the user interface.
1. Select <MAIN MENU>-<LANGUAGE>.
2. Select your language using the up/down
keys.
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
LANGUAGE
English
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to “How to use the keyboard controller”. (page 20)

ENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
DEUTSCH
ESPAÑOL
ITALIANO
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Shortcut Keys
CAMERA SET
ALARM SET
Function
Key
DAY/NIGHT - DAY
[PRESET] + [5] + [1] + [2] + [ENTER]
DAY/NIGHT - NIGHT
[PRESET] + [5] + [1] + [3] + [ENTER]
DAY/NIGHT - AUTO
[PRESET] + [5] + [1] + [4] + [ENTER]
DAY/NIGHT - EXT
[PRESET] + [5] + [1] + [5] + [ENTER]
IRIS – ALC – BACKLIGHT – WDR
[PRESET] + [5] + [1] + [6] + [ENTER]
IRIS – ALC – BACKLIGHT – OFF
[PRESET] + [5] + [1] + [7] + [ENTER]
IRIS - ALC
[PRESET] + [5] + [1] + [8] + [ENTER]
IRIS - MANU
[PRESET] + [5] + [1] + [9] + [ENTER]
FOCUS MODE – AF
[PRESET] + [5] + [2] + [0] + [ENTER]
FOCUS MODE – MF
[PRESET] + [5] + [2] + [1] + [ENTER]
FOCUS MODE – ONEAF
[PRESET] + [5] + [2] + [2] + [ENTER]
AUX OUT CONTROL – OUT1 – ON
[PRESET] + [5] + [2] + [3] + [ENTER]
AUX OUT CONTROL – OUT1 – OFF
[PRESET] + [5] + [2] + [4] + [ENTER]
AUX OUT CONTROL – OUT2 – ON
[PRESET] + [5] + [2] + [5] + [ENTER]
AUX OUT CONTROL – OUT2 – OFF
[PRESET] + [5] + [2] + [6] + [ENTER]
AUX OUT CONTROL – OUT3 – ON
[PRESET] + [5] + [2] + [7] + [ENTER]
AUX OUT CONTROL – OUT3 – OFF
[PRESET] + [5] + [2] + [8] + [ENTER]
PROPORTIONAL P/T – ON
[PRESET] + [5] + [2] + [9] + [ENTER]
PROPORTIONAL P/T – OFF
[PRESET] + [5] + [3] + [0] + [ENTER]
P/T SPEED – 9
[PRESET] + [5] + [3] + [1] + [ENTER]
P/T SPEED – 5
[PRESET] + [5] + [3] + [2] + [ENTER]
D-FLIP – ON
[PRESET] + [5] + [3] + [3] + [ENTER]
D-FLIP – OFF
[PRESET] + [5] + [3] + [4] + [ENTER]
AUTO PLAY – 1
[PRESET] + [5] + [3] + [5] + [ENTER]
AUTO PLAY – 2
[PRESET] + [5] + [3] + [6] + [ENTER]
AUTO PLAY – OFF
[PRESET] + [5] + [3] + [7] + [ENTER]
Running A.C (Auto Calibration)
[PRESET] + [5] + [3] + [8] + [ENTER]
Resetting (Factory Defaults)
[PRESET] + [5] + [3] + [9] + [ENTER]
Resetting the Password
[PRESET] + [5] + [4] + [0] + [ENTER]
CCD Defect Correction
[PRESET] + [5] + [4] + [1] + [ENTER]
OTHER SET
AUTO SET
Function
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Specifications
Item
Description
SMART DOME CAMERA
Power Source
AC 24 V (50 Hz)
Use an adaptor over 3A when the heater works.
Power Consumption
16.3W(Camera, Fan) / 47W(Heater ON)
TV Standard
PAL STANDARD COLOR SYSTEM
Image Sensor
ExView-HAD PS CCD
Effective Pixels
752(H) × 582(V)
TV line frequency
Horizontal : 15, 625 Hz (INT) / 15, 625 Hz (L/L)
Vertical : 50 Hz (INT) / 50 Hz (L/L)
Synchronization
INT/LINE LOCK
Resolution
Horizontal : 600 TV LINES
Vertical : 350 TV LINES
S/N Ratio
Approximately 52 dB
SENS-UP
Illumination
Color
B/W
Off
50IRE
1.2
0.12
Off
30IRE
0.7
0.07
Off
15IRE
0.3
0.03
x512
50IRE
0.002
0.0002
x512
30IRE
0.001
0.0001
x512
15IRE
0.0007
0.00007
Minimum subject
illumination
WDR
x160
Signal Output
COMPOSITE VIDEO OUT : 1.0 Vp-p 75 ohms/BNC
Lens
x34 Zoom Lens Integrated
Focal length : 3.4 ~ 115.6mm
Aperture : F1.65(Wide) F3.7(Tale)
- MOD(Minimum Object Distance) : 1000mm
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Item
Description
PAN
PAN range : 360˚Endless
Preset Pan Speed : 600˚/sec, maximum
Manual Pan Speed : 0.01˚~ 180˚/sec
TILT
Tilt range : -6˚~186˚
Preset Tilt Speed : 600˚/sec, maximum
Manual Tilt Speed : 0.01˚~ 180˚/sec
Remote Control
RS485(Half&Full Duplex)/RS422,
Data on Coaxial Cable
Alarm
Alarm Inputs : 8 IN
Alarm Outputs : 3 OUT (2 Open collector 1 relay)
Operation Temperature
-50°C(absolute minimum) ~ +50°C
Operation Humidity
~90%
Dimensions (Ø x H)
228(Ø) x 256(H)mm
Weight
5.7 Kg
Product Color
Light Gray
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Product Appearance
240mm
256mm
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Ø216mm (Housing Body)
Ø228mm (Shield Sun)
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Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its electronic accessories (e.g.
charger, headset, USB cable) should not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their working life. To
prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate these
items from other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government
office, for details of where and how they can take these items for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This
product and its electronic accessories should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
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