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Table of Contents
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Safety
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1.1
Important Safety Instructions
1.2
Safety Precautions
10
7
1.3
Important Notices
10
1.4
Customer Support and Service
17
2
Unpacking
18
2.1
Parts List
18
2.2
Safety Rules
19
3
Description
20
4
Installing a Surface Mount
22
4.1
Description
22
4.1.1
Additional Tools Required
23
4.1.2
Preparing the Surface Mount for an Indoor Installation
23
4.1.3
Preparing the Surface Mount for an Outdoor Installation
25
4.1.4
Installing the Camera to the Mounting Plate
29
5
Installing a Wall Mount
33
5.1
Description
33
5.1.1
Additional Tools Required
34
5.1.2
Preparing the Wall Mount for an Indoor Installation
34
5.1.3
Preparing the Wall Mount for an Outdoor Installation
36
5.1.4
Installing the Camera to the Mounting Plate
40
6
Installing a Recessed Mount
44
6.1
Description
44
6.1.1
Additional Requirements
44
6.1.2
Preparing the Ceiling for Installation
45
6.1.3
Installing the Camera to the Mounting Plate
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Installing a Pipe Mount
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7.1
Description
52
7.1.1
Tools/Supplies Required
53
7.1.2
Preparing the Ceiling for Installation
53
7.1.3
Installing the Camera to the Mounting Plate
60
8
Preparing the Wiring
63
8.1
Power
63
8.2
Connecting the Power
64
8.2.1
Power Connections to Indoor Cameras
65
8.2.2
Power Connections to Outdoor Cameras
66
8.2.3
Power Connections to Heater (all outdoor models)
67
8.3
Ethernet Connection (IP models)
67
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Alarms and Relay Connections
69
9.1
Alarm Input
69
9.2
Connecting Alarms (inputs 1 through 2)
70
9.2.1
Connecting a Normally Open Alarm
70
9.2.2
Connecting a Normally Closed Alarm
71
9.3
Alarm Outputs
72
9.3.1
Connecting an Open Collector Output
72
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Getting Started
73
10.1
Powering On
73
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Using the AutoDome Easy II IP
74
11.1
Overview of Features
75
11.2
System Requirements
76
11.3
Connecting the AutoDome Easy II IP to the PC
77
11.4
Configuring the AutoDome Easy II IP Camera
78
11.5
The LIVEPAGE
79
11.5.1
Entering a Keyboard Control Command
82
11.6
Saving Snapshots
85
11.7
Recording Video Sequences
85
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Configuring the AutoDome Easy II IP
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12.1
Basic Mode: Device Access
87
12.2
Basic Mode: Date/Time
88
12.3
Basic Mode: Network
89
12.4
Basic Mode: Encoder Profile
90
12.5
Basic Mode: Recording
91
12.6
Basic Mode: System Overview
91
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On-Screen Display Menu Navigation
92
13.1
Setup Menu
92
13.2
Camera Setup Menu
94
13.3
Lens Setup
97
13.4
PTZ Setup Menu
99
13.5
Display Setup Menu
13.5.1
Specifying a Shot or a Sector Title
102
105
13.6
Communication Setup Menu
106
13.7
Alarm I/O Setup
108
13.8
Alarm I/O Rule Setup Menu
111
13.9
Language Menu
114
13.10
Diagnostics Menu
115
14
Common User Commands (unlocked)
118
14.1
Setting AutoPan Mode
118
14.2
Setting Preset Shots
119
14.3
Configuring Preposition Tours
119
14.4
Programming the Inactivity Operation
120
14.5
Recorded Tours
120
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Keyboard Commands by Number
122
16
Preventive Maintenance
127
17
Troubleshooting
128
17.1
AutoDome Easy II IP Operation and Control
129
18
BVIP Firmware Updates
132
18.1
Upgrading the AutoDome Easy II IP
132
18.2
Beginning the Firmware Update Process
132
Index
134
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Safety
1.1
Important Safety Instructions
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Read, follow, and retain for future reference all of the following
safety instructions. Heed all warnings on the unit and in the
operating instructions before operating the unit.
1.
Cleaning - Unplug the unit from the outlet before cleaning.
Follow any instructions provided with the unit. It is
generally sufficient to use a dry cloth for cleaning, but a
moist lint-free cloth or leather shammy may also be used.
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
2.
Heat sources - Do not install the unit near any heat
sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves, or other devices
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
3.
Ventilation - Any openings in the unit housing are provided
for ventilation to prevent overheating and ensure reliable
operation. Do not block or cover these openings. Do not
place the unit in an enclosure unless proper ventilation is
provided, or the manufacturer's instructions have been
adhered to.
4.
Water - Do not use this unit near water, for example near a
bathtub, washbowl, sink, laundry basket, in a damp or wet
basement, near a swimming pool, or in any area classified
as a wet location. To reduce the risk of fire or electrical
shock, do not expose this unit to rain or moisture.
5.
Object and liquid entry - Never push objects of any kind
into this unit through openings, as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short out parts, which could
result in a fire or electrical shock. Never spill liquid of any
kind on the unit. Do not place objects filled with liquids,
such as vases or cups, on the unit.
6.
Lightning - For added protection during a lightning storm,
or when leaving this unit unattended and unused for long
periods, unplug the unit from the wall outlet and
disconnect the cable system. This will prevent damage to
the unit from lightning and power line surges.
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Control adjustment - Adjust only those controls specified
in the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of
other controls may cause damage to the unit. Use of
controls or adjustments, or performance of procedures
other than those specified, may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
8.
Overloading - Do not overload outlets and extension cords.
This can cause fire or electrical shock.
9.
Power disconnect - Units with or without ON/OFF
switches have power supplied whenever the power cord is
inserted into the power source; however, the unit is
operational only when the ON/OFF switch is in the ON
position. The power cord is the main power disconnect
device for switching off the voltage for all units.
10. Power sources - Operate the unit only via the type of
power source indicated on the label. Before proceeding,
be sure to disconnect the power from the cable being
connected to the unit.
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For battery powered units, refer to the operating
instructions.
–
For units supplied by an external power source, use
only the recommended or approved power supplies.
–
For limited power source units, this power source
must comply with EN60950. Substitutions may
damage the unit or cause fire or shock.
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For 24 VAC units, voltage applied to the unit's power
input should not exceed +/- 10% or 21.6-26.4 VAC.
User-supplied wiring must comply with local electrical
codes (Class 2 power levels). Do not ground the
supply at the terminals or at the unit's power supply
terminals.
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If unsure of the type of power supply to use, contact
your dealer or local power company.
11. Servicing - Do not attempt to service this unit yourself.
Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified
service personnel.
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12. Damage requiring service - Unplug the unit from the main
AC power source and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel when any damage to the equipment has
occurred, for example if:
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the power supply cord or plug is damaged
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exposure to moisture, water, and/or inclement
weather (rain, snow etc.)
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liquid has been spilled in or on the equipment
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an object has fallen into the unit
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the unit has been dropped or the unit cabinet is
damaged
–
the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance
–
the unit does not operate normally when the user
correctly follows the operating instructions.
13. Replacement parts - Be sure the service technician uses
replacement parts specified by the manufacturer, or that
they have the same characteristics as the original parts.
Unauthorized substitutions may cause fire, electrical
shock, or other hazards.
14. Safety check - Safety checks should be performed on
completion of service or repairs to the unit, to ensure that
the unit is in proper operating condition.
15. Installation - Install in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions and in accordance with applicable local codes.
16. Attachments, changes, or modifications - Only use
attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Any change to or modification of the equipment not
expressly approved by Bosch could void the warranty or, in
the case of an authorization agreement, authority to
operate the equipment.
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Safety Precautions
DANGER!
This symbol indicates an imminently hazardous situation such
as “Dangerous Voltage” inside the product. If not avoided, this
will result in an electrical shock, serious bodily injury, or death.
WARNING!
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation. If not avoided, this
may result in minor or moderate injury. Alerts the user to
important instructions accompanying the unit.
CAUTION!
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation. If not avoided, this
may result in damage to property or risk of damage to the unit.
NOTICE!
This symbol indicates information or a company policy that
relates directly or indirectly to the safety of personnel or
protection of property.
1.3
Important Notices
Accessories - Do not place this unit on an unstable stand,
tripod, bracket, or mount. The unit may fall, causing serious
injury to persons and/or severe damage to the unit. Use only
with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer. When a cart is used, exercise caution and care
when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid tipping it
over, which could result in injury. Quick stops, excessive force,
or uneven surfaces may cause the cart/unit combination to
overturn. Mount the unit in line with the manufacturer's
instructions.
All-pole power switch - Incorporate an all-pole power switch,
with a contact separation of at least 3 mm in each pole, into the
electrical installation of the building. If it is needed to open the
housing for servicing and/or other activities, use this all-pole
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switch as the main disconnect device for switching off the
voltage to the unit.
Camera grounding - When mounting the camera in potentially
damp environments, ensure the system is grounded through
the metal housing of the unit (see section: Connecting the
Power).
Camera signal - Protect the cable with a primary protector if
the camera signal is over 140 feet, in accordance with NEC800
(CEC Section 60).
Coax grounding:
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Ground the cable system if connecting an outside cable
system to the unit.
–
Connect outdoor equipment to the unit's inputs only after
this unit has had its grounding plug connected to a
grounded outlet or its ground terminal is properly
connected to a ground source.
–
Disconnect the unit's input connectors from outdoor
equipment before disconnecting the grounding plug or
grounding terminal.
–
Follow proper safety precautions, such as grounding, for
any outdoor device connected to this unit.
U.S.A. models only - Section 810 of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides information regarding proper
grounding of the mount and supporting structure, grounding of
the coax to a discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes,
and requirements for the grounding electrode.
Your Bosch product was developed and manufactured with
high-quality material and components that can be recycled and
reused. This symbol means that electronic and electrical
appliances that have reached the end of their service life must
be collected and disposed of separately from household waste
material. Separate collecting systems are usually in place for
disused electronic and electrical products. Please dispose of
these units at an environmentally compatible recycling facility,
in line with European Directive 2002/96/EC.
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Environmental statement - Bosch has a strong commitment to
the environment. This unit has been designed to respect the
environment as much as possible.
Electrostatic-sensitive device - Take proper CMOS/MOS-FET
handling precautions to avoid electrostatic discharge.
NOTE: You must wear grounded wrist straps and observe
proper ESD safety precautions when handling the electrostaticsensitive printed circuit boards.
Fuse rating - For security protection of the device, the branch
circuit protection must be secured with a maximum fuse rating
of 16 A. This must be in accordance with NEC800 (CEC Section
60).
Grounding and polarization - This unit may be fitted with a
polarized alternating current line plug (a plug with one blade
wider than the other blade). This safety feature allows the plug
to fit into the power outlet in only one way. If unable to insert
the plug fully into the outlet, contact a locally certified
electrician to replace the obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the
safety purpose of the polarized plug.
Alternatively, this unit may be fitted with a 3-pole grounding
plug (a plug with a third pin for earth grounding). This safety
feature allows the plug to fit into a grounded power outlet only.
If unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact a locally
certified electrician to replace the obsolete outlet. Do not
defeat the safety purpose of the grounding plug.
Outdoor signals - The installation for outdoor signals, especially
regarding clearance from power and lightning conductors and
transient protection, must be in accordance with NEC725 and
NEC800 (CEC Rule 16-224 and CEC Section 60).
Moving - Disconnect the power before moving the unit. Move
the unit with care.
PoE (Indoor models only) - Never supply power via the
Ethernet connection (PoE) when power is already supplied via
the power connector nor to an outdoor model.
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Permanently connected equipment - Incorporate a readily
accessible disconnect device in the building installation wiring.
Pluggable equipment - Install the socket outlet near the
equipment so it is easily accessible.
Power disconnect - Units have power supplied whenever the
power cord is inserted into the power source. The power cord
is the main power disconnect for all units.
Power lines - Do not locate the camera near overhead power
lines, power circuits, electrical lights, or anywhere where it
might come into contact with power lines, circuits, or lights.
SELV
All the input/output ports are Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV)
circuits. SELV circuits should only be connected to other SELV
circuits.
Because the ISDN circuits are treated like telephone-network
voltage, avoid connecting the SELV circuit to the Telephone
Network Voltage (TNV) circuits.
Video loss - Video loss is inherent to digital video recording;
therefore, Bosch Security Systems cannot be held liable for any
damage that results from missing video information. To
minimize the risk of lost digital information, Bosch Security
Systems recommends multiple, redundant recording systems,
and a procedure to back up all analog and digital information.
NOTICE! This is a class A product. In a domestic environment
this product may cause radio interference, in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures.
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FCC & ICES INFORMATION
(U.S.A. and Canadian Models Only)
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following conditions:
–
this device may not cause harmful interference, and
–
this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules and ICES-003 of Industry Canada. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and radiates
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference, in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his expense.
Intentional or unintentional modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance shall not be
made. Any such modifications could void the user's authority to
operate the equipment. If necessary, the user should consult
the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for
corrective action.
The user may find the following booklet, prepared by the
Federal Communications Commission, helpful: How to Identify
and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems. This booklet is
available from the U.S. Government Printing Office,
Washington, DC 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
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INFORMATIONS FCC ET ICES
(modèles utilisés aux États-Unis et au Canada uniquement)
Ce produit est conforme aux normes FCC partie 15. La mise en
service est soumises aux deux conditions suivantes:
–
cet appareil ne peut pas provoquer d'interférence nuisible
et
–
cet appareil doit pouvoir tolérer toutes les interférences
auxquelles il est soumit, y compris les interférences qui
pourraient influer sur son bon fonctionnement.
AVERTISSEMENT: Suite à différents tests, cet appareil s’est
révélé conforme aux exigences imposées aux appareils
numériques de Classe A en vertu de la section 15 du règlement
de la Commission fédérale des communications des États-Unis
(FCC). Ces contraintes sont destinées à fournir une protection
raisonnable contre les interférences nuisibles quand l'appareil
est utilisé dans une installation commerciale. Cette appareil
génère, utilise et émet de l'energie de fréquence radio, et peut,
en cas d'installation ou d'utilisation non conforme aux
instructions, générer des interférences nuisibles aux
communications radio. L’utilisation de ce produit dans une
zone résidentielle peut provoquer des interférences nuisibles.
Le cas échéant, l’utilisateur devra remédier à ces interférences
à ses propres frais.
Au besoin, l’utilisateur consultera son revendeur ou un
technicien qualifié en radio/télévision, qui procédera à une
opération corrective. La brochure suivante, publiée par la
Commission fédérale des communications (FCC), peut s’avérer
utile : « How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference
Problems » (Comment identifier et résoudre les problèmes
d’interférences de radio et de télévision). Cette brochure est
disponible auprès du U.S. Government Printing Office,
Washington, DC 20402, États-Unis, sous la référence n° 004000-00345-4.
AVERTISSEMENT: Ce produit est un appareil de Classe A. Son
utilisation dans une zone résidentielle risque de provoquer des
interférences. Le cas échéant, l’utilisateur devra prendre les
mesures nécessaires pour y remédier.
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Disclaimer
Underwriter Laboratories Inc. (“UL”) has not tested the
performance or reliability of the security or signaling aspects of
this product. UL has only tested fire, shock and/or casualty
hazards as outlined in UL's Standard(s) for Safety for Information
Technology Equipment, UL/IEC 60950-1. UL Certification does
not cover the performance or reliability of the security or
signaling aspects of this product.
UL MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES, OR
CERTIFICATIONS WHATSOEVER REGARDING THE
PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY OF ANY SECURITY OR
SIGNALING-RELATED FUNCTIONS OF THIS PRODUCT.
Copyright
This user guide is the intellectual property of Bosch Security
Systems, Inc. and is protected by copyright.
All rights reserved.
Trademarks
All hardware and software product names used in this
document are likely to be registered trademarks and must be
treated accordingly.
NOTICE!
This user guide has been compiled with great care and the
information it contains has been thoroughly verified. The text
was complete and correct at the time of printing. The ongoing
development of the products may mean that the content of the
user guide can change without notice. Bosch Security Systems
accepts no liability for damage resulting directly or indirectly
from faults, incompleteness or discrepancies between the user
guide and the product described.
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Customer Support and Service
If this unit needs service, contact the nearest Bosch Security
Systems Service Center for authorization to return and shipping
instructions.
Service Centers
USA
Repair Center
Telephone: 800-566-2283
Fax: 800-366-1329
E-mail: repair@us.bosch.com
Customer Service
Telephone: 888-289-0096
Fax: 585-223-9180
E-mail: security.sales@us.bosch.com
Technical Support
Telephone: 800-326-1450
Fax: 585-223-3508 or 717-735-6560
E-mail: technical.support@us.bosch.com
Canada
Telephone: 514-738-2434
Fax: 514-738-8480
Europe, Middle East, Africa Region
Repair Center
Telephone: 31 (0) 76-5721500
Fax: 31 (0) 76-5721413
E-mail: RMADesk.STService@nl.bosch.com
Asia Region
Repair Center
Telephone: 65 63522776
Fax: 65 63521776
E-mail: rmahelpdesk@sg.bosch.com
Warranty and additional information
For additional information and warranty queries, please contact
your Bosch Security Systems representative or visit our website
at www.boschsecurity.com.
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Unpacking
This equipment should be unpacked and handled with care. If
an item appears to have been damaged in shipment, notify the
shipper immediately. Verify that all the parts listed in
Section 2.1 Parts List are included. If any items are missing,
notify your Bosch Security Systems Sales or Customer Service
Representative.
The original packing carton is the safest container in which to
transport the unit and must be used if returning the unit for
service. Save it for possible future use.
2.1
Parts List
The AutoDome Easy II IP includes the following components:
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One (1) PTZ Dome (Dome camera)
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One (1) accessory kit including
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One (1) 2-wire camera power cable, red and black
wires
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One (1) 2-wire heater power cable, white/red and
white/black wires (outdoor models only)
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One (1) 4-wire alarm in/out cable
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One (1) mounting bracket
–
One (1) outdoor installation kit (outdoor models only)
–
One (1) user manual
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Safety Rules
To ensure safety, the following warnings are specified:
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The device must be installed and maintained by skilled
technical personnel.
–
Connect the device to a power source corresponding to
the indications given on the marking label.
–
Use only the attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
–
Unplug the device during lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
–
Do not use the device near water (indoor models only).
–
Do not use the device in the presence of flammable
substances.
–
Do not allow children or unauthorized personnel to use the
device.
–
Do not block any ventilation openings.
–
Keep this manual for future reference.
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Description
The AutoDome Easy II is part of a larger building block for any
surveillance/security system. By using multiple keyboard
controllers and multiple dome cameras, no place is too large for
monitoring. Extensible and flexible architecture facilities
remote control functions for a variety of external switching
devices such as multiplexers and DVRs.
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System Configuration
Alarm Input (sensor)
Multiplexer
RS-485 Cable
Junction Box
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RS-485 Cable
Monitor
Keyboard
DVR
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Network
Computer
Encoder/Decoder
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Refer to Section 11 Using the AutoDome Easy II IP, page 74 for
software and infrastructure requirements for an AutoDome
Easy II IP installation.
This installation should be made by qualified service personnel
and conform to the National Electrical Code and applicable
local codes.
NOTICE!
A grounded conduit is required in order to meet the EMC
Regulation Requirements.
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Installing a Surface Mount
4.1
Description
This chapter details how to mount the AutoDome Easy II to a
hard surface. The AutoDome Easy II is also suitable for wall
(Section 5 Installing a Wall Mount, page 33), recess
(Section 6 Installing a Recessed Mount, page 44), and pipe
mounting (Section 7 Installing a Pipe Mount, page 52). For
specific directions on mounting the unit, see the manual that
came with your mount.
For an outdoor installation you must obtain the Surface Mount
Junction Box (VEZ-A2-JC or VEZ-A2-JW) and the gaskets and Orings supplied with an AutoDome Easy II Outdoor Camera to
ensure a water-tight environment inside the unit and to
maintain an IP Environmental Protection Rating. Refer to
Section 4.1.3 Preparing the Surface Mount for an Outdoor
Installation, page 25, to start an outdoor installation.
NOTICE!
The image sensors in modern CCD cameras are highly sensitive
and require special care for proper performance and extended
lifetime. Follow the guidelines for optimum results with your
camera:
–
Do not expose to direct sunlight or bright spotlights in
operating and nonoperating conditions.
–
Avoid bright lights in the field of view of the camera. Bright
lights cause a “smearing” effect, which is visible as white
lines above and below the highlight. Prolonged exposure to
bright lights may cause bleaching of the sensor's color
filters. This will be visible as colored spots in the picture
and is irreversible.
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Additional Tools Required
–
Appropriate straight slot screwdrivers
–
No. 2 Phillips screwdriver
–
Appropriate tool for cutting a hole in drywall or ceiling tile
(if applicable)
–
4 in. x 4 in. Junction box with 90 mm (3.54 in.) mount
holes (indoor installation)
–
Four (4) M4 or #10 pan head screws of an appropriate
length to screw deep enough into the surface (outdoor
installation)
–
One (1) ground
–
T-10 Torx wrench
–
VEZ-A2-JW or VEZ-A2-JC Surface Mount Junction Box,
required for an outdoor installation
–
AutoDome Easy II Outdoor Camera, required for an
outdoor installation
4.1.2
Preparing the Surface Mount for an Indoor
Installation
The following instructions detail the preparation necessary to
prepare the surface and the steps to install a Surface Mount.
1.
Determine a secure location for the surface mount dome.
ø 153.0
(6.02)
149.9
(5.88)
R50.6
(1.99)
Figure 4.1 Indoor Surface Mount Dimensions
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Install a 4 in. gang box or square metal junction box (not
supplied). Ensure junction box and mounting screws are
capable of supporting a maximum load of 11.33 kg
(25 pounds).
90 mm
(3.54 in.)
Figure 4.2
3.
Install User-supplied Junction Box
Secure the mounting plate to the junction box with the
user supplied hardware (see Figure 4.3).
m
0m
90.
.
4 in
3.5
40
1.5 .0 m
7i m
n.
Figure 4.3
Install the Mounting Plate
1
2
3
4
Junction Box Holes
Cable Hole (40 mm maximum); Crescent Shape
Mounting Plate
Junction Box
4.
Skip to Section 4.1.4 Installing the Camera to the Mounting
Plate, page 29, to continue the installation.
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Preparing the Surface Mount for an Outdoor
Installation
The following instructions detail the preparation necessary to
prepare the surface and the steps to install the Surface Mount
Junction Box for an outdoor application.
1.
Determine a secure location for the surface mount and the
dome. The illustration below shows the placement of the
surface mount (item 1, below) and the dome (item 2).
ø 153.0
(6.02)
190.9
(7.52)
R50.6
(1.99)
Figure 4.4 Outdoor Surface Mount with AutoDome Easy II
2.
Use the VEZ-A2-JC or VEZ-A2-JW Surface Mount Junction
Box as a template to mark the location of the four (4) M4
or #10 pan head screws (Item 1, below).
Figure 4.5 Location of M4 or #10 pan head screws
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Drill the four (4) holes in the installation location. Use a
minimum screw length of 10 mm (.39 in.).
4.
Prepare the surface so that it can support a maximum load
of 11.33 kg (25 lbs).
5.
Thread the four (4) 3.97 mm I.D. by Ø1.78 mm O-rings
(Item 3, Figure 4.6) onto the four (4) M4 or #10 usersupplied pan head screws. The O-rings are supplied with
the AutoDome Easy II Outdoor Camera.
6.
Ensure that the gasket is attached to the retaining ring. If
the gasket and the retaining ring are separate:
a.
Locate the flat side of the gasket and the recessed
side of the retaining ring.
b.
Thread the flat side of the gasket (item 1, below) onto
the recessed side of the retaining ring (item 2). The
illustration below shows a cross-section of the gasket
on the retaining ring.
CAUTION!
You must ensure that the gasket is attached to the retaining
ring as shown above to ensure an environmentally tight seal.
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Attach the retaining ring with gasket (item 2, below) to the
Surface Mount Junction Box. These parts are supplied with
the AutoDome Easy II Outdoor Camera. Ensure that the
side of the retaining ring with the counter-sunk screw
holes is facing you.
Figure 4.6 O-ring and retaining ring for outdoor installation
8.
1
M3 – .5 x 6 Phillips flat head machine screws
2
(supplied with AutoDome Easy II Outdoor Camera)
Retaining ring with gasket
3
(supplied with AutoDome Easy II Outdoor Camera)
O-ring, 3.97 mm I.D. by Ø1.78 mm
4
(supplied with AutoDome Easy II Outdoor Camera)
User-supplied M4 or #10 pan head screws
Determine the side of the Surface Mount Junction box in
which the external wires are to be routed and remove the
plug from the knockout.
9.
Apply a 1/2-inch (15-mm) NPS fitting to the chosen
knockout. Ensure a water-tight fitting to maintain the IP
Environmental Protection Rating for the unit.
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10. Attach the Surface Mount Junction Box to the surface
using four (4) user-supplied M4 or #10 pan head screws
(screws not supplied). Use a minimum screw length of
10 mm (.39 in.).
Note: For an outdoor installation ensure that the four (4)
3.97 mm I.D. by Ø1.78 mm O-rings are threaded onto the
four (4) M4 or #10 user-supplied pan head screws. Refer to
step 5.
Figure 4.7
Attach surface mount to ceiling
11. Route the external wires through the conduit and into the
Surface Mount Junction Box.
CAUTION!
All wires for installation applications must be routed through a
grounded conduit.
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12. Secure the mounting plate to the Surface Mount Junction
Box with the three (3) M4 – .7 x 8 Phillips pan head
machine screws.
40
1.5 .0 m
7i m
n.
Figure 4.8 Install the Mounting Plate
1
2
Junction Box Holes
Cable Hole (40 mm maximum); Crescent Shape
13. Skip to Section 4.1.4 Installing the Camera to the Mounting
Plate, page 29, to continue the installation.
4.1.4
Installing the Camera to the Mounting Plate
To install the camera to the mounting plate for a surface or
suspended ceiling, do the following (certain steps contain
additional information for outdoor installations):
1.
Route wires on side of mounting plate with crescent
shaped cut-out (Ref. #2 Figure 4.3).
2.
Attach grounding wire from unit to junction box.
3.
Attach user supplied ground to junction box.
4.
Connect the mating connectors with the flying leads to the
user supplied wiring (see Section 8 Preparing the Wiring,
page 63 for wiring information).
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Unlock the single safety locking screw on the base of the
unit using the user-supplied Allen wrench.
Figure 4.9
6.
Unlock Safety Locking Screw
Plug the matching connectors from the camera into the
mating connectors from the ceiling.
Figure 4.10
1
2
3
7.
Connect Cables
Locking Screw
Vertical Tab
Mounting Plate
Align wires on side of mounting plate with crescent shaped
cut-out.
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Attach the camera to the mounting plate by inserting the
vertical tab into the recessed slot on the top of the camera
dome to the right of the safety locking screw.
Figure 4.11
9.
Attach Safety Locking Screw
Rotate the camera approximately 15 degrees to the right
and lock firmly into place, as shown in the next illustration.
Note: Do not loosen brass mounting buttons.
5
Figure 4.12
1
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10. Outdoor Installation: Thread the 2.89 mm I.D. by
Ø1.78 mm O-ring (item 1, below) onto the Safety Screw.
11. Secure the safety locking screw with the user supplied
locking torx wrench (T-10).
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Installing a Wall Mount
5.1
Description
33
This chapter details how to mount the AutoDome Easy II to a
wall. The AutoDome Easy II is also suitable for surface
(Section 4 Installing a Surface Mount, page 22), recess
(Section 6 Installing a Recessed Mount, page 44), and pipe
mounting (Section 7 Installing a Pipe Mount, page 52). For
specific directions on mounting the unit, see the manual that
came with your mount.
For an outdoor installation you must obtain the gaskets and Orings supplied with an AutoDome Easy II Outdoor Camera to
ensure a water-tight environment inside the unit and to
maintain an IP Environmental Protection Rating. Refer to
Section 5.1.3 Preparing the Wall Mount for an Outdoor
Installation, page 36, to start an outdoor installation.
NOTICE!
The image sensors in modern CCD cameras are highly sensitive
and require special care for proper performance and extended
lifetime. Follow the guidelines for optimum results with your
camera:
–
Do not expose to direct sunlight or bright spotlights in
operating and nonoperating conditions.
–
Avoid bright lights in the field of view of the camera. Bright
lights cause a “smearing” effect, which is visible as white
lines above and below the highlight. Prolonged exposure to
bright lights may cause bleaching of the sensor's color
filters. This will be visible as colored spots in the picture
and is irreversible.
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Additional Tools Required
–
Appropriate straight slot screwdrivers
–
No. 2 Phillips screwdriver
–
Appropriate tool for cutting a hole in drywall or ceiling tile
–
T-10 Torx wrench
–
AutoDome Easy II Outdoor Camera, required for an
(if applicable)
outdoor installation
5.1.2
Preparing the Wall Mount for an Indoor
Installation
Use the following instructions To mount to an indoor wall. To
use the Wall Mount in an outdoor application refer to
Section 5.1.3 Preparing the Wall Mount for an Outdoor
Installation, page 36.
1.
Determine a secure location for the wall mount (supplied
separately).
349.7
(13.8)
316.7
(12.5)
204.1
(8.0)
203.5
(8.01)
280.0
(11.02)
Figure 5.1
2.
Wall Mount Dimensions
Fit a user-provided metal single-gang junction box to the
wall.
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Attach a grounded metal conduit to the junction box
clamp.
Figure 5.2 Metal Conduit
4.
5.
Feed the wires through the conduit.
Feed all wires from the metal junction box through the
arm.
6.
Attach the mounting cap to the arm.
7.
Fit the arm to a metal single-gang junction box.
Figure 5.3 Fit to Gang Junction Box
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Secure with the appropriate user-provided SEMS screws
that have an integral lock washer to dig through the paint
and ensure an electrical ground connection to the arm
housing or ground lug.
NOTICE!
The metal junction box and mounting surface must be capable
of supporting a maximum load of 11.33 kg (25 pounds).
9.
Skip to Section 5.1.4 Installing the Camera to the Mounting
Plate, page 40, to continue the installation.
5.1.3
Preparing the Wall Mount for an Outdoor
Installation
The following instructions detail the surface preparations and
the steps to install the Wall Mount for an outdoor application.
1.
Determine a secure location for the wall mount (supplied
separately).
NOTICE!
The fasteners and mounting surface must be capable of
supporting a maximum load of 11.33 kg (25 pounds).
349.7
(13.8)
316.7
(12.5)
204.1
(8.0)
203.5
(8.01)
280.0
(11.02)
Figure 5.4
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Use the four (4) holes at the end of the Wall Mount as a
template to mark the position where the holes should be
drilled to secure the mount.
3.
Drill the four (4) holes in the installation location, screws
not supplied. Use a minimum screw length of 10 mm
(.39 in.).
4.
Drill a fifth hole (maximum of 20 mm) in the center of the
four-hole pattern used to mount the arm.
5.
Ensure that the gasket is attached to the retaining ring. If
the gasket and the retaining ring are separate:
a.
Locate the flat side of the gasket and the recessed
b.
Thread the flat side of the gasket (item 1, below) onto
side of the retaining ring.
the recessed side of the retaining ring (item 2). The
illustration below shows a cross-section of the gasket
on the retaining ring.
CAUTION!
You must ensure that the gasket is attached to the retaining
ring as shown above to ensure an environmentally tight seal.
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Attach the mounting cap to the arm. Using the AutoDome
Easy II Outdoor Installation Kit, apply the following O-ring
and the retaining ring to the locations specified below:
Figure 5.5
1
2
3
a.
O-ring and retaining ring for outdoor installation
O-ring; 21.82 mm I.D. by Ø3.00 mm
Retaining ring with gasket
M3 – .5 x 6 Phillips flat head machine screws
Thread the 21.82 mm I.D. by Ø3.00 mm O-ring (item 1,
above) onto the lower arm threads.
b.
Secure the retaining ring gasket (item 2, above) to the
dome cap with the three (3) M3 – .5 x 6 Phillips flat
head machine screws. Ensure that the side of the
retaining ring with the counter-sunk screw holes is
facing you.
c.
7.
Attach the dome cap to the arm mount.
Feed the wires through the hole in the surface, through the
wall mount flat gasket (item 1, Figure 5.6) and then
through the arm.
CAUTION!
All wires for installation applications must be routed through a
grounded conduit.
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Place the Wall Mount flat gasket (item 1, below), between
the surface and Wall Mount; then secure the mount using
four (4) appropriate user-provided fasteners such as Moly
or Toggle bolts. The flat gasket is supplied with the
AutoDome Easy II Outdoor Camera.
Figure 5.6 Secure arm to wall with flat gasket
9.
Skip to Section 5.1.4 Installing the Camera to the Mounting
Plate, page 40, to continue the installation.
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5.1.4
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Installing the Camera to the Mounting Plate
To install the camera to the mounting plate, do the following:
1.
Attach the mounting plate (supplied with dome) to the
dome mounting cap with the three (3) screws supplied.
40
1.5 .0 m
7i m
n.
Figure 5.7
1
2
2.
Attach Mounting Plate to Dome Cap
Cable Hole (40 mm maximum; Crescent Shape
Mounting Screws for Dome Cap
Route wires on side of mounting plate with crescent
shaped cut-out (Ref. #2 Figure 5.7).
3.
Attach grounding wire from unit to the mounting cap (see
4.
Attach user supplied ground to junction box.
Figure 5.9).
5.
Connect the mating connectors with the flying leads to the
user supplied wiring (see the Section 8 Preparing the
Wiring, page 63 for wiring information).
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Unlock the single safety locking screw on the base of the
unit using the user-supplied Allen wrench.
Figure 5.8 Unlock Safety Locking Screw
7.
Plug the matching connectors from the camera into the
mating connectors from the ceiling.
Figure 5.9 Connect Cables
8.
Align wires on side of mounting plate with crescent shaped
cut-out.
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Attach the camera to the mounting plate by inserting the
vertical tab into the recessed slot on the top of the camera
dome to the right of the safety locking screw.
Figure 5.10
Safety Locking Screw
10. Rotate the camera approximately 15 degrees to the right
and lock firmly into place, as shown in the next illustration.
Note: Do not loosen brass mounting buttons.
Figure 5.11
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11. Outdoor Installation: Thread the 2.89 mm I.D. by Ø1.78
mm O-ring (item 1, below) onto the Safety Screw.
12. Secure the safety locking screw with the user supplied
locking torx wrench (T-10).
13. Pull excess wire back into the mount tube.
14. Confirm that the housing is electrically grounded.
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6
Installing a Recessed Mount
6.1
Description
This chapter details how to recess mount the AutoDome Easy II.
The AutoDome Easy II is also suitable for surface
(Section 4 Installing a Surface Mount, page 22), wall
(Section 5 Installing a Wall Mount, page 33), and pipe mounting
(Section 7 Installing a Pipe Mount, page 52). For specific
directions on mounting the unit, see the manual that came with
your mount.
NOTICE!
The image sensors in modern CCD cameras are highly sensitive
and require special care for proper performance and extended
lifetime. Follow the guidelines for optimum results with your
camera:
–
Do not expose to direct sunlight or bright spotlights in
operating and nonoperating conditions.
–
Avoid bright lights in the field of view of the camera. Bright
lights cause a “smearing” effect, which is visible as white
lines above and below the highlight. Prolonged exposure to
bright lights may cause bleaching of the sensor's color
filters. This will be visible as colored spots in the picture
and is irreversible.
6.1.1
Additional Requirements
–
Appropriate straight slot screwdrivers
–
No. 2 Phillips screwdriver
–
Appropriate tool for cutting a hole in drywall or ceiling tile
–
4 in. x 4 in. junction box (optional)
–
T-10 Torx wrench
–
LTC 9349MK mounting kit (optional)
(if applicable)
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Preparing the Ceiling for Installation
To mount to a recess mount, do the following:
1.
Determine a secure location for the recessed mount
(supplied separately).
96.0
(3.8)
68.7
(2.7)
194.0
(7.64)
Figure 6.1 Recess Mount Dimensions
2.
Drill or cut a 7 in. hole with a tolerance of +/- 1/8 in.
(177.8 mm +/- 2.2 mm).
3.
Optional: if installing the AutoDome Easy II to a suspended
ceiling tile or any other surface where additional support is
required, the LTC 9349MK mounting kit is recommended
(supplied separately). See the instruction book supplied
with the mounting bracket for installation instructions.
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Align holes of mounting plate (supplied with dome) with
mounting bracket and attach with screws. Ensure that
both the crescent shape of the mounting plate and the
crescent shape of the mounting bracket are aligned.
Figure 6.2
1
2
3
4
5.
Attach Mounting Plate to Mounting Bracket
Mounting Bracket
Mounting Plate
Clamping Plate
Crescent Shape
Ensure clamping plates are angled inward by pushing up
and into the two slots. Bracket with plate should be in the
lower position for AutoDome Easy II analog models.
Figure 6.3
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For AutoDome Easy II IP models: Adjust the clamping
plate so that the bracket with plate is in the upper
position.
a.
Loosen the two screws (position 1) on each side of
b.
Move the screws to the upper position (position 2)
the clamping plate.
and tighten.
7.
Insert mount through the hole and into the ceiling. Slide
clamps out and down so that the drywall is clamped in
between the clamps and the bracket flange (41.7 mm
(1.64 in.) maximum ceiling thickness and 12.7 mm
(0.50 in.) minimum ceiling thickness).
8.
Tighten both clamps to the ceiling using supplied screws
and a #2 Phillips screwdriver.
Figure 6.4 Tighten Mounting Clamps
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NOTICE!
Over torquing the ceiling clamps can damage the clamp or
ceiling. Only tighten the clamp until it contacts the ceiling and
you start to feel some resistance. If using a power screwdriver,
set the torque level to the lowest setting.
6.1.3
Installing the Camera to the Mounting Plate
To install the base to a surface or suspended ceiling using the
supplied mounting plate, do the following:
1.
Use supplied T-10 key to loosen (do not completely
remove) the three (3) screws on dome bubble. Remove
trim ring and set aside.
2.
Re-tighten screws.
3.
Route wires on side of mounting plate with crescent
shaped cut-out (Ref. #4 Figure 1.2).
CAUTION!
All wires for installation applications must be routed through a
grounded conduit.
4.
Attach grounding wire from unit to the mounting bracket.
5.
Attach user supplied ground to junction box.
6.
Connect the mating connectors with the flying leads to the
user supplied wiring (see the Section 8 Preparing the
Wiring, page 63 for wiring information).
7.
Remove the single safety locking screw on the base of the
unit using the user-supplied Allen wrench.
Figure 6.5
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Plug the matching connectors from the camera into the
mating connectors from the ceiling.
Figure 6.6 Match Connectors
1
2
3
4
9.
Locking Screw
Crescent Shape
Mounting Plate
Vertical Tab
Align wires on side of mounting plate with crescent shaped
cut-out.
10. Attach the camera to the mounting plate by inserting the
vertical tab into the recessed slot on the top of the camera
dome to the right of the safety locking screw.
Figure 6.7 Attach Safety Locking Screw
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11. Rotate the camera approximately 15 degrees to the right
and lock firmly into place, as shown in the next illustration.
Note: Do not loosen brass mounting buttons.
Figure 6.8
1
2
3
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Ensure unit is centered.
NOTICE!
The recessed mounting bracket is provided with a an additional
safety tether point. To prevent injury, attach a safety wire from
a secure anchor point above the ceiling to this tether point.
Figure 6.9 Align Trim Ring
1
2
3
Clamp
Stand-offs
Trim Ring
13. Align trim ring so screws align with off center holes.
Note: The two (2) sets of raised stand-offs on each side of
the trim ring align with the locking clamps.
14. Use supplied T-10 wrench to secure the trim ring’s two (2)
safety locking screws to the mounting bracket.
15. Snap trim ring into place. Ensure snaps are secure by
attempting to lightly turn unit. Note: Unit should not turn.
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Installing a Pipe Mount
7.1
Description
This chapter details how to mount the AutoDome Easy II to a
pipe. The AutoDome Easy II is also suitable for surface
(Section 4 Installing a Surface Mount, page 22), wall
(Section 5 Installing a Wall Mount, page 33), and recess
mounting (Section 6 Installing a Recessed Mount, page 44). For
specific directions on mounting the unit, see the manual that
came with your mount.
For an outdoor installation you must obtain the gaskets and Orings supplied with an AutoDome Easy II Outdoor Camera to
ensure a water-tight environment inside the unit and to
maintain an IP Environmental Protection Rating.
NOTICE!
The image sensors in modern CCD cameras are highly sensitive
and require special care for proper performance and extended
lifetime. Follow the guidelines for optimum results with your
camera:
–
Do not expose to direct sunlight or bright spotlights in
operating and nonoperating conditions.
–
Avoid bright lights in the field of view of the camera. Bright
lights cause a “smearing” effect, which is visible as white
lines above and below the highlight. Prolonged exposure to
bright lights may cause bleaching of the sensor's color
filters. This will be visible as colored spots in the picture
and is irreversible.
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Tools/Supplies Required
–
Appropriate straight slot screwdrivers
–
No. 2 Phillips screwdriver
–
Appropriate tool for cutting a hole in drywall or ceiling tile
–
Ground Lug (outdoor use only)
–
T-10 Torx wrench
–
AutoDome Easy II Camera, required for an outdoor
(if applicable)
installation
7.1.2
Preparing the Ceiling for Installation
The following instructions detail the preparation necessary to
prepare the surface and the steps to install a pipe mount.
Certain steps contain additional information for outdoor
installations.
1.
Determine a secure hard surface location for the ceiling
pipe mount (supplied separately).
88.8
(3.5)
88.8
(3.5)
751.9
(29.6)
3/4-14 NP
SM Threads
544.9
(21.5)
Ø11.2 (4x)
(0.44)
444.9
(17.5)
Ø153.0
Figure 7.1 Pipe Mount Dimensions
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Use the four (4) holes in the flange as a template to mark
the position where the holes should be drilled to secure
the mount.
Figure 7.2
3.
Mark Flange Holes
Drill the four (4) holes in the installation location, screws
not supplied, use a minimum screw length of 10 mm
(.39 in.).
CAUTION!
All wires for installation applications must be routed through a
grounded conduit.
4.
Drill a fifth hole (maximum of 20 mm) in the center of the
four-hole pattern used to mount the flange. Use this hole
to feed the wires through the mount.
5.
Fit the flange (supplied) to the pipe.
Note: Select the pipe length of 200 mm (7.9 in.), 300 mm
(11.8 in.), or combine the two (2) pipes with the integral
coupler for 505 mm (20 in.).
Outdoor Installation: Apply the following O-rings (supplied
with the AutoDome Easy II Outdoor Camera) to the
locations specified below:
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Figure 7.3 Location of O-rings for an outdoor installation
1
2
a.
O-ring; 21.82 mm I.D. by Ø3.00 mm
O-ring; 29.74 mm I.D. by Ø3.00 mm
Thread a 21.82 mm I.D. by Ø3.00 mm O-ring (item 1,
above) between the flange threads and the upper
coupler threads.
b.
Thread a 29.74 mm I.D. by Ø3.00 mm O-ring (item 2,
above) between any interface between a pipe and a
coupler.
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6.
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Outdoor Installation: Ensure that the gasket is attached to
the retaining ring. If the gasket and the retaining ring are
separate:
a.
Locate the flat side of the gasket and the recessed
side of the retaining ring.
b.
Thread the flat side of the gasket (item 1, below) onto
the recessed side of the retaining ring (item 2). The
illustration below shows a cross-section of the gasket
on the retaining ring.
CAUTION!
You must ensure that the gasket is attached to the retaining
ring as shown above to ensure an environmentally tight seal.
7.
Fit the dome cap to the bottom of the pipe.
Outdoor Installation: Apply the following O-ring and the
retaining ring (supplied with the AutoDome Easy II
Outdoor Camera) to the locations specified below:
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Figure 7.4 O-ring and retaining ring for outdoor installation
1
2
3
4
a.
O-ring; 21.82 mm I.D. by Ø3.00 mm
Dome Cap
Retaining ring with gasket
M3 – .5 x 6 Phillips flat head machine screws
Thread the 21.82 mm I.D. by Ø3.00 mm O-ring (item 1,
above) onto the lower pipe threads.
b.
Secure the retaining ring gasket (item 2, above) to the
dome cap with the three (3) M3 – .5 x 6 Phillips flat
head machine screws. Ensure that the side of the
retaining ring with the counter-sunk screw holes is
facing you.
8.
Secure the flange using four (4) appropriate user-provided
fasteners such as Moly or Toggle bolts.
Outdoor Installation: Place the flat gasket (item 1, below)
between the flange and the surface before securing.
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NOTICE!
The fasteners and mounting surface must be capable of
supporting a maximum load of 11.33 kg (25 pounds).
9.
Pull the wires from the pipe, starting at the flange end.
Figure 7.5
Attach Pendant Pipe Mount to Ceiling
CAUTION!
Select a rigid mounting location to prevent excessive vibration
to the AutoDome Easy II Camera.
10. Attach user supplied ground lug.
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11. Align holes of mounting plate (supplied with dome) with
dome mounting cap and attach with the three (3) screws
supplied (Figure 1.7).
Figure 7.6 Attach Mounting Plate to Dome Cap
1
2
3
4
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Crescent Shape
Ground Lug
Dome Cap
Mounting Plate
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7.1.3
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Installing the Camera to the Mounting Plate
To install the camera to a ceiling mount using the supplied
mounting plate, do the following:
1.
Route wires on side of mounting plate with crescent
shaped cut-out.
2.
Attach grounding wire from unit to mounting cap.
3.
Attach user supplied ground to junction box.
4.
Connect the mating connectors with the flying leads to the
user supplied wiring (see the Section 8 Preparing the
Wiring, page 63 for wiring information).
5.
Unlock the single safety locking screw on the base of the
unit using the user-supplied Allen wrench.
Figure 7.7
6.
Unlock Safety Locking Screw
Plug the matching connectors from the camera into the
mating connectors from the ceiling.
7.
Align wires on side of mounting plate with crescent shaped
cut-out.
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Attach the camera to the mounting plate by inserting the
vertical tab into the recessed slot on the top of the camera
dome to the right of the safety locking screw.
Figure 7.8 Safety locking screw location
9.
Rotate the camera approximately 15 degrees to the right
and lock firmly into place, as shown in the next illustration.
Note: Do not loosen brass mounting buttons.
Figure 7.9 Attach Dome to Mounting Plate
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10. Outdoor Installation: Thread the 2.89 mm I.D. by
Ø1.78 mm O-ring (item 1, below) onto the Safety Screw.
11. Secure the safety locking screw with the user supplied
locking torx wrench (T-10).
12. Pull excess wire back into the mount tube.
13. Confirm that the housing is electrically grounded.
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Preparing the Wiring
The wiring requirements for the various AutoDome Easy II
models differ slightly. There are four (4) types of wires: control,
video, power, and alarm, and each model has different wiring
requirements. Each section provides the specifications for the
recommended wire.
CAUTION!
Installation should only be performed by qualified service
personnel in accordance with the National Electrical Code or
applicable local codes.
CAUTION!
All wires for installation applications must be routed through a
grounded conduit.
8.1
Power
The recommended power cable is a 2-conductor, 14-18 gage
cable, depending on the distance.
VA / Watts 14 AWG
(2.5 mm)
16 AWG
18 AWG
(1.5 mm) (1.0 mm)
Camera, Indoor models
24 VAC to AutoDome Easy II 18 / 10
12 VDC to AutoDome Easy II 10 W
632 ft
398 ft
250 ft
(193 m)
(121 m)
(76 m)
285 ft
179 ft
112 ft
(87 m)
(55 m)
(34 m)
632 ft
398 ft
250 ft
(193 m)
(121 m)
(76 m)
455 ft
287 ft
180 ft
(139 m)
(67 m)
(55 m)
Camera and Heater, Outdoor models only
24 VAC to AutoDome Easy II 18 / 10
24 VAC to Heater
25 / 25
Table 8.1 Max. Wire Distances from Power Supply to AutoDome Easy II
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8.2
AutoDome Easy II IP
Connecting the Power
The AutoDome Easy II IP is available as an indoor or as an
outdoor model. Power to the camera in all indoor models is
supplied via a single power connector or via a Power over
Ethernet (PoE, IEEE 802.3af) connection using the existing CAT
5E Ethernet cable.
The outdoor models contain two 24 VAC isolated power
connectors, one for the camera (red and black wires) and one
for the heater (white/red and white/black wires).
NOTICE!
Use certified / Listed Class 2 power supply transformer only.
Determining Power Connections
The table below summarizes the necessary power connections
for indoor and outdoor IP models. Use the table to identify the
necessary connections and for direction to the proper section.
Model
Connection
Refer to
24 VAC
Section 8.2.1 Power Connections to Indoor
IP
Indoor
Cameras, page 65
PoE to camera
Section 8.3 Ethernet Connection (IP
models), page 67
Outdoor 24 VAC
Section 8.2.2 Power Connections to Outdoor
Cameras, page 66
24 VAC to heater
Section 8.2.3 Power Connections to Heater
(all outdoor models), page 67
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Power Connections to Indoor Cameras
WARNING!
The indoor IP camera models can accept power from the
24 VAC power input or from the Ethernet input. Ensure that the
camera receives power from only one source.
Refer to Section 8.3 Ethernet Connection (IP models), page 67,
for more information about connecting Power over Ethernet.
Figure 8.1
Ref. #
1
2
3
Power Cable
Wire
24 VAC
24 VAC
User supplied Power Supply
Color
Red
Black
n/a
NOTICE!
The camera unit accepts 24 VAC 1.2 A power only. Do not
connect 120 V or 230 V to this camera.
To connect the power to indoor models:
1.
Locate the cable assembly with a three (3) pin mating
connector on one end and the red and black flying leads on
the other end.
2.
Connect one lead of the 24 VAC power source to the black
wire.
3.
Connect the other lead of the 24 VAC power source to the
red wire.
4.
Connect the green earth ground cable to a suitable
grounded conduit.
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8.2.2
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Power Connections to Outdoor Cameras
NOTICE! The AutoDome Easy II IP outdoor camera cannot be
powered via Power over Ethernet. You must supply a 24 VAC
power supply to the camera.
Figure 8.2
Ref. #
1
2
3
Power Cable
Wire
24 VAC
24 VAC
User supplied Power Supply
Color
Red
Black
n/a
WARNING!
The camera unit accepts 24 VAC, 1.2 A power only. Do not
connect 120 V or 230 V to this camera.
To connect the power to outdoor models:
1.
Locate the cable assembly with a three (3) pin mating
connector on one end and the red and black flying leads on
the other end.
2.
Connect one lead of the 24 VAC power source to the black
wire.
3.
Connect the other lead of the 24 VAC power source to the
red wire.
4.
Connect the green earth ground cable to a suitable
grounded conduit.
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Power Connections to Heater (all outdoor models)
Figure 8.3
Ref. #
1
2
3
Power Cable
Wire
24 VAC
24 VAC
User supplied Power Supply
Color
White/Red
White/Black
n/a
WARNING!
The heater unit accepts 24 VAC, 2 A power only. Do not connect
120 V or 230 V to this heater.
To connect the power to outdoor heaters:
1.
Locate the cable assembly with a three (3) pin mating
connector on one end and the white/red and white/black
flying leads on the other end.
2.
Connect one lead of the ground or 24 VAC power source to
the white/black wire.
3.
Connect one lead of the 24 VAC power source to the
white/red wire.
8.3
Ethernet Connection (IP models)
The AutoDome Easy II IP connects to a 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX
network either directly or via a hub. Both video and control are
transmitted over a standard TCP/IP network using the built-in
Web server. In addition, power can be supplied to indoor IP
camera models via the Ethernet cable compliant with the
Power-over-Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) standard.
Refer to Section 11 Using the AutoDome Easy II IP, page 74, for
instructions on configuring an IP environment.
CAUTION!
Ethernet connections must be made to non-exposed (indoor)
networks only.
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WARNING!
The indoor camera models can accept power from the 24 VAC
power input or from the Ethernet input. Ensure that the camera
receives power from only one source.
Cable Type
CAT-5E or CAT 6 Ethernet
Maximum Distance
100 m (328 ft)
Bandwidth
10 Base-T/100 Base-TX
PoE (indoor models only) IEEE 802.3af standard
Terminal Connector
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Alarms and Relay Connections
9.1
Alarm Input
69
The AutoDome Easy II provides two alarm inputs. Each input
can be activated by dry contact devices such as pressure pads,
passive infrared detectors, door contacts, and similar devices.
The AutoDome Easy II comes with the following alarm in/out
cable.
Figure 9.1
Four-wire Alarm In/Out Cable
Wire Color
White
Brown
Orange
Green
Function
Alarm Out
Alarm In 1
Alarm In 2
Ground
The table below summarizes the size and distance wires.
Wire Size
Maximum Distance
AWG
mm
feet
meters
22
0.644
500
152.4
18
1.024
800
243.8
Table 9.1 Alarm Wire Guide
You wire alarms either Normally Open (N.O.) or Normally
Closed (N.C.), and must program the alarm inputs N.O. (the
default) or N.C. through the AutoDome Easy II main menu.
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9.2
AutoDome Easy II IP
Connecting Alarms (inputs 1 through 2)
You can configure alarms 1 through 2 as Normally Open (N.O.)
or Normally Closed (N.C.) alarms.
9.2.1
Connecting a Normally Open Alarm
1.
Connect the alarm to the appropriate input (1 through 2)
and ground at the AutoDome Easy II.
Figure 9.2
N.O. - Normally Open
Ref. # User Contact Dome
1
Normally
Alarm In 1 or Alarm In 2
2
2.
Open
Common
(Ref. #3)
Ground (Ref. #4)
Color
Brown IN 1 or
Orange IN 2
Green
From the AutoDome Easy II main menu select Alarm
Setup>Inputs Setup, and set Alarm Input # to N.O. See the
table below for contact and condition details.
AutoDome Easy II Programmed N.O.
Circuit
Alarm Indication
Open
Normal
Closed
Alarm
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Connecting a Normally Closed Alarm
1.
Connect the alarm to the appropriate input (1 through 2)
and ground at the AutoDome Easy II.
Figure 9.3
N.C. Normally Closed Connections
Ref. # User Contact Dome
1
Normally
Alarm In 1 or Alarm In 2
2
2.
Closed
Common
(Ref. #3)
Ground (Ref. #4)
Color
Brown IN 1 or
Orange IN 2
Green
From the AutoDome Easy II main menu select Alarm
Setup>Inputs Setup, and set Alarm Input # to N.C. See the
table below for contact and condition details.
AutoDome Easy II Programmed N.C.
Circuit
Alarm Indication
Open
Alarm
Closed
Normal
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Alarm Outputs
The AutoDome Easy II incorporates one (1) alarm output: a dry
contact relay.
NPN
C
B
E
Figure 9.4
Ref. #
1
2
3
4
5
6
9.3.1
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N.O. - Normally Open
Description
Dome
Normally Open
Ground
Alarm In
User Supplied Device (i.e. Allegiant or DVR)
Ground/Common
Color
n/a
White
Green
n/a
n/a
n/a
Connecting an Open Collector Output
Output 1 is an open collector. This output must be connected
to a positive voltage between 5 and 32 V to complete the
circuit, with a maximum voltage rating of 32 VDC @ 150 ma.
1.
Connect the appropriate stripped wire to the open
collector of the transistor’s white wire.
2.
Connect the appropriate stripped wire to the ground
(GND) connector.
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Getting Started
Once the installation is complete, the AutoDome Easy II can be
programmed. A typical system includes a keyboard, matrix
switcher, monitor, and appropriate wiring connections. Please
refer to the individual product manuals for complete installation
and setup instructions for each of the system components.
10.1
Powering On
When you turn the AutoDome Easy II power on there is a ten
(10) second pause before the dome starts its homing phase.
During the homing phase the camera pans left and right and
tilts up and down. It also adjusts the lens focus. The entire
homing phase lasts approximately 20 seconds and ends with a
splash screen.
WARNING!
Before powering the dome on, remove the clear protective
plastic sheet on top of the bubble.
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Using the AutoDome Easy II IP
The AutoDome Easy II IP transmits PTZ control commands and
images over a TCP/IP network. It also allows users to configure
the camera display settings, camera operating settings, and to
configure the network parameters.
The IP unit incorporates a network video server in the IP
module. The primary function of the server is to encode video
and control data for transmission over a TCP/IP network. With
its H.264 encoding, it is ideally suited for IP communication and
for remote access to digital video recorders and multiplexers.
The use of existing networks means that integration with CCTV
systems or local networks can be achieved quickly and easily.
Video images from a single camera can be simultaneously
received on several receivers.
Refer to Section 18 BVIP Firmware Updates, page 132, for
firmware upgrade instructions.
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Overview of Features
The AutoDome Easy II IP module includes the following
functionality:
Function
Description
Video Encoding
The camera uses the H.264 compression standards and
ensures that the data rate remains low even with high
image quality and can also be adapted to local
conditions within wide limits.
Dual Streaming
Encodes dual data streams simultaneously according to
two individually customized profiles. This feature
creates two (2) data streams per camera that can serve
different purposes. For example, one (1) data stream
for local recording and one (1) data stream optimized
for transmission over the Local Area Network (LAN).
Multicast
Enables simultaneous, real-time transmission to
multiple receivers. The network must implement the
UDP and IGMP V2 protocols as a prerequisite for
Multicasting.
Configuration
Allows configuration for all camera settings from a Web
browser on the local network (Intranet) or on the
Internet. You can also update the firmware, load device
configurations, store configuration settings, and copy
these settings from one camera to another.
Snapshots
Allows you to take and store individual video frames as
JPEG images from the Web browser interface.
Record
Allows configuration for the recording options of the IP
module. You can record video from the Livepage to a
hard drive or you can opt to store up to 8 MB of video
on the IP module.
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11.2
AutoDome Easy II IP
System Requirements
The AutoDome Easy II IP requires specific software and
hardware to allow a user to view live images and to configure
camera settings over a TCP/IP network. These requirements
are:
–
A computer with the Microsoft Windows XP or Vista
operating system, network access, and the Microsoft
Internet Explorer Web browser version 7.0 or later, or
–
A computer with the Microsoft Windows XP or Vista
operating system, network access, and reception software
such as the Bosch VIDOS software or the Bosch Divar XF,
or
–
A compatible hardware decoder from Bosch Security
Systems as a receiver and a connected video monitor.
If you choose to use a computer running Microsoft Internet
Explorer or any of the Bosch software, the computer must
conform to the following minimum requirements:
–
Processor: 1.8 GHz Pentium IV
–
RAM: 256 MB
–
Video system: 128 MB video memory, 1024x768 display
with a minimum of 16-bit color
–
Network interface: 100-BaseT
–
Microsoft Internet Explorer, version 7.0 or higher
–
You must install the following software (available on the
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Web site at
www.boschsecurity.com)
–
DirectX 9.0c
–
Java Virtual Machine
–
MPEG ActiveX utility
–
.Net 2.0
–
VideoSDK
NOTICE!
Ensure the graphics card is set to 16-bit or 32-bit color. If you
need further assistance, contact your PC system administrator.
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Connecting the AutoDome Easy II IP to the
PC
1.
Install the AutoDome Easy II IP according to the
instructions in this manual.
2.
Connect an Ethernet cable from the AutoDome Easy II IP
RJ45 connector to a dedicated network switch to bypass
the Local Area Network (LAN).
3.
Connect the dedicated network switch to the RJ45
connector on the PC (see option A below).
NOTICE!
The AutoDome Easy II IP can also be connected directly to a PC
using an Ethernet crossover cable with RJ45 connectors (see
option B below).
Figure 11.1
1
2
3
4
AutoDome Easy II IP System Configuration
AutoDome Easy II IP
IP Connection
Network Switch
Computer
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11.4
AutoDome Easy II IP
Configuring the AutoDome Easy II IP
Camera
To operate the camera in your network you must assign it a
valid network IP address. The default IP address is 192.168.0.1,
but you may have to change this address if it conflicts with
another device on your network. Refer to Section 12.3 Basic
Mode: Network, page 89 for more information.
To properly configure the camera for your network, you need
the following information:
–
Unit IP address: An identifier for the camera on a TCP/IP
network. For example, 140.10.2.110 is a valid syntax for an
IP address.
–
Subnet mask: A mask used to determine what subnet an IP
address belongs to.
–
Gateway IP address: A node on a network that serves as an
entrance to another network.
–
Port: An endpoint to a logical connection in TCP/IP and
UDP networks. The port number identifies the use of the
port for use through a firewall connection.
NOTICE!
Ensure that the network parameters of your cameras are
available before you begin configuration.
The AutoDome Easy II IP defaults are as follows:
–
IP Address: 192.168.0.1
–
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
–
Gateway IP Address: 0.0.0.0
The following sections provide instructions about installing the
software necessary to view images over an IP connection,
configuring the IP network settings and accessing the
AutoDome Easy II IP images from a Web browser.
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The LIVEPAGE
Once the connection is established, the Web browser displays
the LIVEPAGE. It shows the live video image on the right of the
browser window. Depending on the configuration, various text
overlays may be visible on the live video image.
Other information may be shown next to live video image on the
LIVEPAGE. The display depends on the settings on the
Livepage Configuration page (see the AutoDome Easy II IP
online help).
Maximum Number of Connections
If you do not connect, the unit may have reached its maximum
number of connections. Depending on the unit and network
configuration, each AutoDome Easy II IP can have up to 25 Web
browser connections or up to 50 connections via VIDOS or
Bosch Video Management System.
Protected
If the AutoDome Easy II IP is password protected against
unauthorized access, the Web browser displays a
corresponding message and prompts you to enter the
password when you attempt to access protected areas.
NOTICE!
An AutoDome Easy II IP offers the option to limit the extent of
access using various authorization levels (see the AutoDome
Easy II IP online help).
1.
Enter the user name and associated password in the
corresponding text fields.
2.
Click OK. If the password is entered correctly, the Web
browser displays the page that was called up.
Protected Network
If a RADIUS server is employed in the network for managing
access rights (802.1x authentication), the AutoDome Easy II IP
must be configured accordingly, otherwise no communication is
possible.
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Image Selection
You can view the image of the camera in different displays.

Click one of the tabs Stream 1, Stream 2, or M-JPEG
below the video image to toggle between the different
displays of the camera image.
View Control
The View Control tab allows you to control camera functions
(pan, tilt, zoom, focus, and iris), navigate through on-screen
menus and to view preset shots.
Ref.# Description
Ref.# Description
1
Tilts the camera up
8
Focus far2
2
Tilts the camera down
9
Focus near2
3
Pans the camera to the left
10
Iris close2
4
Pans the camera to the right
11
Iris open2
5
Pans and tilts the camera in all
12
Sets the position for corresponding pre-
13
Moves the camera to pre-set shot
directions
6
Zoom out1
sets 1 – 6
numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6
7
Zoom in
1
1. This function is also accessible by using the mouse scroll wheel while in the Live video frame.
2. This button is also used as the "Enter" button to select menu items from the AUX tab.
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To control a peripheral, click the appropriate controls.
2.
Move the mouse cursor over the video image. Additional
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options for controlling peripherals are displayed with the
mouse cursor.
3.
To manually pan throughout the image area, move your
cursor over any part of the live video. The image area
displays a directional arrow (), then click and
hold the right mouse key to pan the camera.
Digital I/O
There are three alarm icons: two for alarm rules (rules 1 and 2,
respectively) and one for the alarm relay. The alarm icon is for
information purposes and indicates the status of an alarm
input: when an alarm is triggered, the icon lights up blue. The
device’s alarm connections and alarm rule settings determine if
the alarm icons are activated.
Triggering Relay
External units can be activated using the relay in the device (for
example lights or door openers).

To activate this, click the icon for the relay next to the
video image. The icon will be red when the relay is
activated.
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System Log / Event Log
The System Log field contains information about the operating
status of the AutoDome Easy II IP and the connection. You can
save these messages automatically in a file (see the AutoDome
Easy II IP online help).
Events such as the triggering or end of alarms are shown in the
Event Log field. You can save these messages automatically in a
file (see the AutoDome Easy II IP online help).
1.
If you want to delete the entries, click the delete icon in
2.
If you want to view a detailed log, click the icon in the top
the top right-hand corner of the relevant field.
right-hand corner of the relevant field. A new window will
open.
11.5.1
Entering a Keyboard Control Command
The Aux Control tab is used to enter keyboard control
commands. These commands are composed of a command
number plus the appropriate function key (Show Shot, Set Shot
Aux On or Aux Off). A valid combination either issues a
command to the camera or displays an on-screen menu.
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Aux Control Tab
The Aux Control tab is used to enter pre-programmed keyboard
control commands. See Section 15 Keyboard Commands by
Number, page 122, for a list of all commands. To access the Aux
Control tab, navigate to the Livepage and click the Aux Control
tab (see Figure 11.2 below).
NOTICE!
The Aux Control tab can also be used to display the OSD
menus. Once the OSD menus are displayed, the virtual joystick
in the View Control tab can be used to navigate the menus, and
the Focus and Iris buttons can be used to make menu
selections.
Figure 11.2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Aux Control Tab
Command number field
Keypad (numbers 0-9)
Show a preset shot
Set a preset shot
Initiates a command
Deletes a number in the Command Number field
Used to select a menu item
Stops a command
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To Enter a Keyboard Control Command:
1.
Place the cursor in the Command Number field.
2.
Click the desired command number via the on-screen
keypad.
3.
Click either the Aux On or the Aux Off button to initiate or
stop the command. See Section 15 Keyboard Commands by
Number, page 122, for a list of commands.
4.
If the command initiates a menu, use the Up/Down arrows
on the View Control to navigate the menu. Click the Focus
or Iris button to select a menu item.
To Set a Preset Shot:
Preset shots (or scenes) are camera positions that are saved in
memory for future use.
1.
Move your cursor over the live image and wait for the area
2.
Click and hold a mouse button to pan to the desired
3.
Click any number combination from 1-99 from the on-
to display a directional arrow.
position you want to save.
screen keypad to identify the scene number.
4.
Click the Set Shot button. The image area displays a
message that indicates which shot number was saved.
To View a Preset Shot:
1.
Click the number of the scene you want to view using the
on-screen keypad.
2.
Click the Show Shot button.
NOTICE!
For more information about the AutoDome Easy II IP settings
and controls, click the Help on this page? link to open the
AutoDome Easy II IP online help.
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Saving Snapshots
You can save individual images from the video sequence
currently shown on the LIVEPAGE in JPEG format on your
computer's hard drive. The icon for recording single images is
only visible if the unit is configured to enable this process.

Click the icon. The image is saved at a resolution of
704 × 576 pixels (4CIF). The storage location depends on
the configuration of the .
11.7
Recording Video Sequences
You can save sections of the video sequence currently shown
on the LIVEPAGE on your computer's hard drive. The icon for
recording video sequences is only visible if the unit is
configured to enable this process.
1.
Click the icon to start recording. The storage location
depends on the configuration of the AutoDome Easy II IP. A
red dot in the icon indicates that recording is in progress.
2.
Click the icon again to stop recording.
NOTICE!
You can play back saved video sequences using the Player from
Bosch Security Systems, which can be installed from the
product CD supplied.
Image Resolution
Sequences are saved at the resolution that has been preset in
the configuration for the encoder (see Section 12.4 Basic Mode:
Encoder Profile, page 90).
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Configuring the AutoDome Easy II IP
The SETTINGS page provides access to the configuration menu,
which contains all the unit's parameters arranged in groups.
You can view the current settings by opening one of the
configuration screens. You can change the settings by entering
new values or by selecting a predefined value from a list field.
There are two options for configuring the unit or checking the
current settings:
–
Basic mode
–
Advanced mode
In Basic Mode the most important parameters are arranged in
seven groups. This allows you to change the basic settings with
just a few entries and then put the device into operation.
Advanced Mode is recommended for expert users or system
support personnel. You can access all unit parameters in this
mode. Settings that affect the fundamental functionality of the
unit (such as firmware updates) can only be altered in the
advanced mode.
All parameter groups are described in this chapter in the order
in which they are listed in the configuration menu, from the top
of the screen to the bottom.
CAUTION!
The settings in the advanced mode should only be processed or
modified by expert users or system support personnel.
All settings are backed up in the memory so they are not lost
even if the power fails.
Navigation
1.
Click one of the menu items in the left window margin. The
corresponding submenu is displayed.
2.
Click one of the entries in the submenu. The Web browser
opens the corresponding page.
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Making Changes
Each configuration screen shows the current settings. You can
change the settings by entering new values or by selecting a
predefined value from a list field.

After each change, click Set to save the change.
CAUTION!
Save each change with the associated Set button.
Clicking the Set button saves the settings only in the current
field. Changes in any other fields are ignored.
12.1
Basic Mode: Device Access
Camera name
You can give the AutoDome Easy II IP a name to make it easier
to identify. The name makes the task of administering multiple
units in larger video monitoring systems easier, for example
using the VIDOS or Bosch Video Management System
programs.
The device name is used for the remote identification of a unit,
in the event of an alarm for example. For this reason, enter a
name that makes it as easy as possible to quickly identify the
location.
CAUTION!
Do not use any special characters, for example &, in the name.
Special characters are not supported by the system's internal
recording management and may therefore result in the Player or
Archive Player being unable to play back the recording.
Password
An AutoDome Easy II IP is generally protected by a password to
prevent unauthorized access to the unit. You can use different
authorization levels to limit access.
The AutoDome Easy II IP operates with three authorization
levels: service, user and live.
The highest authorization level is service. After entering the
correct password, you can access all the functions of the
AutoDome Easy II IP and change all configuration settings.
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With the user authorization level, you can operate the unit and
also control cameras, for example, but you cannot change the
configuration.
The lowest authorization level is live. It can only be used to
view the live video image and switch between the different live
image displays.
You can define and change a password for each authorization
level if you are logged in as service or if the unit is not
password protected.
Enter the password for the appropriate authorization level here.
NOTICE!
Proper password protection is only guaranteed when all higher
authorization levels are also protected with a password. If a live
password is assigned, for example, a service and a user
password must also be set. When assigning passwords, you
should therefore always start from the highest authorization
level, service, and use different passwords.
Confirm password
In each case, enter the new password a second time to
eliminate typing mistakes.
NOTICE!
A new password is only saved when you click the Set button.
You should therefore click the Set button immediately after
entering and confirming a password.
12.2
Basic Mode: Date/Time
Device date/Device time/Device time zone
If there are multiple devices operating in your system or
network, it is important to synchronize their internal clocks. For
example, it is only possible to identify and correctly evaluate
simultaneous recordings when all units are operating on the
same time. If necessary, you can synchronize the unit with your
computer's system settings.

Click the Sync to PC button to copy your computer's
system time to the AutoDome Easy II IP.
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Time server IP address
The AutoDome Easy II IP can receive the time signal from a time
server using various time server protocols, and then use it to
set the internal clock. The unit polls the time signal
automatically once every minute.

Enter the IP address of a time server here.
Time server type
Select the protocol that is supported by the selected time
server. Preferably, you should select the SNTP server as the
protocol. This supports a high level of accuracy and is required
for special applications and subsequent function extensions.
Select Time server for a time server that works with the
protocol RFC 868.
12.3
Basic Mode: Network
The settings on this page are used to integrate the AutoDome
Easy II IP into an existing network.
Some changes only take effect after the unit is rebooted. In this
case, the Set button changes to Set and Reboot.
1.
Make the desired changes.
2.
Click the Set and Reboot button. The AutoDome Easy II IP
is rebooted and the changed settings are activated.
CAUTION!
If you change the IP address, subnet mask or gateway address,
the AutoDome Easy II IP is only available under the new
addresses after the reboot.
DHCP
If a DHCP server is employed in the network for the dynamic
assignment of IP addresses, you can activate acceptance of IP
addresses automatically assigned to the AutoDome Easy II IP.
Certain applications (VIDOS, Bosch Video Management System,
Archive Player, Configuration Manager) use the IP address for
the unique assignment of the unit. If you use these applications,
the DHCP server must support the fixed assignment between IP
address and MAC address, and must be appropriately set up so
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that, once an IP address is assigned, it is retained each time the
system is rebooted.
IP address
Enter the desired IP address for the AutoDome Easy II IP in this
field. The IP address must be valid for the network.
Subnet mask
Enter the appropriate subnet mask for the selected IP address
here.
Gateway address
If you want the unit to establish a connection to a remote
location in a different subnet, enter the IP address of the
gateway here. Otherwise leave the box blank (0.0.0.0).
12.4
Basic Mode: Encoder Profile
Default profile
You can select a profile for encoding the video signal.
You can use this to adapt the video data transmission to the
operating environment (for example network structure,
bandwidth, data load).
Pre-programmed profiles are available, each giving priority to
different perspectives. When selecting a profile, details are
displayed in the list field.
–
High resolution 1
High quality, connections with the highest bandwidth,
resolution 704 × 576/480 pixels
–
High resolution 2
High quality, connections with high bandwidth, resolution
704 × 576/480 pixels
–
Low bandwidth
High resolution, connections with low bandwidth,
resolution 704 × 576/480 pixels
–
DSL
DSL connections with 500 kbps, resolution 352 × 288/240
pixels
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ISDN (2B)
ISDN connections via two B-channels, resolution 352 ×
288/240 pixels
–
ISDN (1B)
ISDN connections via one B-channel, resolution 352 × 288/
240 pixels
–
MODEM
Analog modem connections with 20 kbps, resolution 352 ×
288/240 pixels
–
GSM
GSM connections with 9,600 baud, resolution 352 × 288/
240 pixels
12.5
Basic Mode: Recording
You can record the images from the AutoDome Easy II IP on
various local storage media or on an appropriately configured
iSCSI system.
Here you can select a storage medium and immediately start
the recording.
Storage medium
12.6
1.
Select the required storage medium from the list.
2.
Click the Start button to start the recording immediately.
Basic Mode: System Overview
The data on this page are for information purposes only and
cannot be changed. Keep a record of this information in case
technical assistance is required.
NOTICE!
You can select all required text on this page with the mouse and
copy it to the clipboard with the [Ctrl]+[C] key combination, for
example if you want to send it via e-mail.
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On-Screen Display Menu Navigation
The AutoDome Easy II is programmed through the on-screen
display (OSD) menus. To access the OSD menus, you must
open the main Setup Menu.
Menu items marked with an asterisk (*) are default settings,
unless otherwise noted.
Menu Navigation using an AutoDome Easy II IP
To navigate the OSD menus using an AutoDome Easy II IP,
access the Aux Control tab on the Livepage to enter the
appropriate Aux commands. Once an OSD menu is active,
return to the View Control tab to move through the menu and to
make selections.
NOTICE!
After a period of 4.5 minutes of inactivity, a menu times-out and
exits without warning. Some unsaved settings in the current
menu can be lost.
13.1
Setup Menu
The main Setup Menu provides access to all programmable
AutoDome Easy II settings. It is a locked menu that requires the
user to turn off the command lock.
To open the main Setup Menu (locked command):
1.
Press OFF-90-ENTER to turn off the command lock.
2.
Press ON-46-ENTER to access the Main Menu.
3.
Use the joystick to highlight a menu item.
4.
Press Focus/Iris to open a menu.
5.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
NOTICE! The AutoDome Easy II displays only those menus
applicable to the AutoDome Easy II Series configuration. Use
the joystick to navigate through the menu and the Focus/Iris
keys to make a selection.
Time Saver Tip: Scrolling through menus can be time
consuming; to quickly return to “exit” prompt, just twist the
joystick or use the zoom in feature.
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Setup Menu
Exit...
Camera Setup
Lens Setup
PTZ Setup
Display Setup
Communication Setup
Alarm Setup
Language
Diagnostics
Focus / Iris: Select
Setup Menu Choices:
Menu
Description
Exit
Saves user settings and clears the screen.
Camera Setup
Accesses adjustable camera settings such as: white
balance, gain, sharpness, sync, line lock, backlight,
shutter, and night mode.
Lens Setup
Accesses adjustable lens settings such as: focus, iris,
zoom speed, and digital zoom.
PTZ Setup
Accesses adjustable pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) settings such
as: Autopan, tours, PTZ speed, inactivity period,
AutoPivot, and tilt limits.
Display Setup
Accesses adjustable display settings such as: OSD,
sector blanking, and masking.
Communication Accesses communication settings such as: AutoBaud and
Setup
Bilinx.
Alarm Setup
Accesses the alarm settings such as: inputs, outputs, and
rules.
Language
Displays the language.
Diagnostics
Displays the status of diagnostic events.
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NOTICE! To select the Exit Menu item from anywhere in the
current menu, use the Zoom command.
13.2
Camera Setup Menu
The Camera Setup Menu provides access to camera settings
that can be changed or customized. Menu items marked with an
asterisk (*) are the default settings.
Camera Setup
Exit...
* White Bal:
* Gain Control:
* Max Gain Level:
* Sharpness
* Synch Mode:
* Line Lock Delay:
* Backlight Comp:
* Shutter Mode:
* Shutter:
* Auto SensUP Max:
* Pre-Comp
Restore Defaults...
* = Factory Setting
Focus / Iris: Select
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6
12
Internal
0
OFF
Auto SensUP
1/60
15x
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Camera Setup Menu Choices:
Menu
Description
Sub-menu / Description
Default
Setting
Exit
Exits the menu.
White Balance
Maintains
Extended ATW: Adjusts
proper color
camera color using
reproduction as
extended range.
the color
ATW: Adjusts camera
temperature of
color constantly.
a scene
Indoor W.B.: Optimizes
changes. For
camera color for typical
example, from
indoor conditions.
daylight to
Outdoor W.B.: Optimizes
fluorescent
camera color for typical
lighting.
outdoor conditions.
EXT ATW
AWB Hold: Sets the
camera's color settings
for the current scene.
Gain Control
Auto or OFF
AUTO
Adjusts the
Sliding scale: – (0 to 6) +
6
maximum gain
(1=8db, 2=12db, 3=16db,
level that the
4=20db, 5=24db, 6=28db)
Electronically
brightens darker
scenes which
may cause
graininess in
low light scenes.
Max Gain Level
gain control
adjusts to when
set to AUTO.
Sharpness
Adjusts the
Sliding scale: – (0 to 16) + 12
sharpness level
of the picture.
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Description
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Sub-menu / Description
Default
Setting
Synch Mode
Sets the type of
INTERNAL: Synchronizes
synchronization
camera to an internal
mode for the
crystal. This choice is
camera.
recommended if there is
INTERNAL
noise on the power line.
LINE LOCK: Synchronizes
camera to AC power. This
choice eliminates picture
roll in multi-camera
systems.
Line Lock Delay
Optimizes the
Sliding scale: – (0º to
LINE LOCK
359º) +
0º
mode to
eliminate
picture roll in
multi-phase
power
applications.
Backlight Comp
Improves image
ON or OFF
OFF
Auto SensUP or OFF
Auto
quality when the
background
illumination
level is high.
Shutter Mode:
Turns Auto
SensUP
SensUP on or
off.
Shutter
Adjusts the
Sliding scale:
1/60 sec.
electronic
– (1/60 (1/50) at extreme
(NTSC) or
shutter speed
left to 1/10000) +
1/50 sec.
(PAL)
(AES).
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Sub-menu / Description
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Default
Setting
Auto SensUP
Sets the limit for NTSC: 15x, 7.5x, 4x, or
Max.
sensitivity when
2x
the shutter
PAL: 50x, 25x, 16.7x,
speed is set to
8.3x, 4x, or 2x
15x
Auto SensUP.
Pre-Comp
Amplifies the
(not applicable
video gain to
with AutoDome
compensate for
Easy II IP
long distance
models)
cable runs.
Restore
Restores all
Defaults
default settings
Sliding scale: –(1 to 10)+
1
Yes or No
for this menu
only.
13.3
Lens Setup
The Lens Setup Menu provides access to lens settings that can
be changed or customized. Menu items marked with an asterisk
(*) are the default settings.
Lens Setup
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Exit...
Auto Focus:
Auto Iris:
Auto Iris Level:
Focus Speed:
Iris Speed:
Max Zoom Speed:
Digital Zoom:
Restore Defaults
SPOT
CONSTANT
8
2
5
FAST
OFF
* = Factory Setting
Focus / Iris: Select
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Lens Setup Menu Choices:
Menu
Description
Sub-menu / Description
Default
Setting
Exit
Saves and exits
the menu.
Auto Focus
Automatically
MANUAL: Auto Focus is
focuses on the
inactive; manual focus must
subject in the
be used.
center of the
SPOT: The camera activates
screen.
Auto Focus after the camera
SPOT
stops movement. Once
focused, Auto Focus is inactive
until the camera moves again.
CONSTANT
Automatically
MANUAL: Iris must be
adjusts to
adjusted manually.
varying light
CONSTANT: Auto Iris is
conditions.
constantly active.
Auto Iris
Reduces the
Sliding scale: – (1 to 15) +
8
Level
camera's iris
Sliding scale: – (1 to 8) +
2
Sliding scale: – (1 to 10) +
5
SLOW, MEDIUM, or FAST
FAST
Auto Iris
level for proper
exposure.
Focus
Adjusts the
Speed
manual focus
speed.
Iris Speed
Adjusts the
manual iris
speed.
Max. Zoom
Adjusts the
Speed
manual zoom
speed.
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99
Default
Setting
Digital
Enables digital
Zoom
zoom.
Restore
Restores all
Defaults
default
OFF or ON
OFF
settings for
this menu.
13.4
PTZ Setup Menu
The PTZ Menu provides access to pan/tilt/zoom settings that
can be changed or customized. Menu items marked with an
asterisk (*) are the default settings.
PTZ Setup
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Exit...
Autopan:
Tour 1 Period:
PTZ Fixed Speed:
Inactivity:
Inact. Period
Autopivot:
AutoDome Orientation
Freeze Frame On Preposition
Tilt Up Limit
Restore Defaults
* = Factory Setting
Focus / Iris: Select
30 deg/sec
5 sec
4
OFF
2 min
ON
NORMAL
ON
PTZ Menu Choices:
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Menu
Description
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Sub-menu / Description
Default
Setting
Exit
Exits the menu.
AutoPan
Adjusts speed
Sliding scale:
of camera
– (1º/sec. to 60º/sec.) +
30º/sec.
during AutoPan
and AutoScan.
Tour Period
Changes dwell
Sliding scale: – (3 sec. to
time between
10 min.) +
5 sec.
presets during
the tour.
Sliding scale: – (1 to 15) +
4
Selects the
Scene 1: Returns to Preset
OFF
mode that an
1.
AutoDome Easy
Prev Aux: Returns to
II reverts to
previous activity, such as
after the period
Aux commands 1, 2, 7, 8,
of inactivity set
50, or 52.
in the inactivity
OFF: Remains on the
period.
current scene indefinitely.
Inactivity
Sets the time
Sliding scale: – (3 sec. to
Period
period of
10 min.) +
PTZ Fixed
Sets pan and
Speed
tilt speed when
controlled by a
fixed speed
controller.
Inactivity
2 min.
inactivity before
the above
action occurs.
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Description
Sub-menu / Description
Default
Setting
AutoPivot
Automatically
OFF or ON
ON
INVERTED or NORMAL
NORMAL
OFF or ON
ON
rotates the
camera 180º
when following
a subject
traveling
directly
beneath the
camera.
AutoDome Easy Automatically
II Orientation
rotates the
video 180º.
Freeze Frame
Holds a
On Preposition
preposition
video frame
while moving to
another
preposition.
Tilt Up Limit
Moves the
camera up,
down, left, and
right.
Restore
Restores the
Defaults
default setting
for this menu
only.
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Display Setup Menu
Provides access to display settings that can be changed or
customized. Menu items with an * are the default settings.
Display Setup
Exit...
* Title OSD:
* Camera OSD:
Display Adjust:
Sector Blanking...
Privacy Masking...
Edit Sector Title
Edit Scene Title
Restore Defaults
MOMENTARY
ON
* = Factory Setting
Focus / Iris: Select
Display Setup Menu Choices:
Menu
Description
Sub-menu / Description
Default
Setting
Exit
Saves and
exits the
menu.
Title OSD Controls how
the OSD
MOMENTARY
OFF: Titles are hidden.
ON: Titles are displayed
displays sector continuously.
or shot titles.
MOMENTARY: Titles are
displayed for a few seconds
then disappear from the
screen.
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Sub-menu / Description
Default
Setting
Camera
Controls how
OSD
the OSD
OFF or ON
ON
displays
camera
response
information,
such as Digital
Zoom, Iris
open/close,
and Focus
near/far.
Exit: Exits the menu.
Display
Adjusts the
Adjust
text brightness Up: Moves screen title up.
and vertical
Down: Moves screen title
position of the
down.
on-screen title. Brighter: Brightens the
intensity of the on-screen text.
Darker: Darkens the intensity
of the on-screen text.
Sector
Allows video
Exit: Exits the menu.
Blanking
blanking of
Sector (1-8: Press Focus/Iris
selected
to blank or clear a sector.
sectors.
Available
sectors are 1
through 8.
Follow the onscreen
instructions.
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Description
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Sub-menu / Description
Default
Setting
Privacy
Allows
Exit: Saves and exits menu.
Masking
masking of
Mask: 1 to 12 masking areas.
sensitive
Follow the on-screen
areas. Up to 12 instructions to set a mask. See
privacy masks
Restore Defaults: Restores
are available,
the default settings for this
with a
menu only.
maximum limit
of eight (8) to
a scene.
Select a sector title to access
Edit
Allows editing
Sector
existing Sector the character palette. See
Title
(Zone) Titles
Section 13.5.1 Specifying a
Shot or a Sector Title,
page 105, for instructions.
Edit
Allows editing
Select a scene title, then
Scene
existing Scene
choose a menu option:
Title
(Shot) Titles
–
Edit Scene Title to
access the character
palette. See
Section 13.5.1 Specifying
a Shot or a Sector Title,
page 105, for
instructions.
–
Clear Scene to delete the
selected scene title.
Restore
Restores the
Defaults
default setting
for this menu
only.
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Specifying a Shot or a Sector Title
The AutoDome Easy II provides an alphanumeric character
palette used to specify a title for a shot (scene) or for a sector
(zone).
1.
Select a sector or scene to add or edit a title.
2.
Use the joystick to move the cursor to highlight a
character.
3.
4.
Press Focus/Iris to select the character.
Continue to select characters (up to 16) until you have
created the title.
5.
To clear a character from the title:
a.
Use the joystick to highlight the Clear OR Position
Character prompt.
b.
Move the joystick left or right until the cursor is below
the title character you need to clear.
c.
Press Focus/Iris to clear the character.
d.
Move the joystick up to bring the cursor back into the
character palette.
6.
To save the title:
a.
Use the joystick to highlight the Exit prompt.
b.
Press Focus/Iris to save the title.
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AutoDome Easy II IP
Communication Setup Menu
The Communication Setup Menu provides access to baud rate
and Bilinx control settings. Menu items marked with an asterisk
(*) are the default settings.
Communication Setup
Exit...
* AutoBaud:
ON
* Baud Rate
9600
* Bilinx:
ON
Restore Defaults...
* = Factory Setting
Focus / Iris: Select
Communication Setup Menu Choices:
Menu
Description
Sub-menu / Description
Default
Setting
Exit
Saves and exits the
menu.
AutoBaud
Turns AutoBaud
Toggles ON or OFF.
detection on.
ON automatically accepts
ON
baud rates from 2400 to
57600.
(Note: If stepping from
2400 to 57600 baud, you
must first set the controller
to 19200 for AutoBaud to
detect the higher baud
rate.)
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Description
Sub-menu / Description
Default
Setting
Baud Rate Manually sets the baud
Choices are 2400, 4800,
rate when AutoBaud is
9600, 19200, 38400, and
set to OFF.
57600. Then follow the
9600
OSD to confirm the
selection.
Bilinx
Turns on Bilinx control
Toggles ON or OFF.
ON
communication.
(Only available when
not connected to a
Bilinx data interface
unit.)
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Alarm I/O Setup
The Alarm Setup Menu provides access to the Alarm I/O Setup
Menu to establish the alarm inputs and outputs and to
configure alarm rules.
Alarm I/O Setup
Inputs Setup
Exit...
Inputs Setup...
Exit...
1. Alarm Input 1
N.O.
Physical
Outputs Setup...
2. Alarm Input 2
N.O.
Inputs 1
Event Inputs
Rule Setup...
Restore Defaults...
3. Aux On
4. Aux Off
5. Shot
6. Aux Off
7. NONE
8. NONE
9. NONE
99
14
Front Door
78
2-9
Focus / Iris: Select
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Alarm Setup Menu Choices:
Menu
Description
Sub-menu / Description
Default
Setting
Exit
Saves and exits
the menu.
Inputs
Defines physical
Setup
inputs or events
and commands
that can be used
in a rule. There
are twelve (12)
alarm inputs
available.
Inputs 1
Defines the type
N.O.: Normally open dry contact. N.O.
of physical
N.C.: Normally closed dry
input.
contact.
Outputs Setup Menu
Outputs Setup...
Exit...
1. Alarm Output
2. Shot
3. Shot
4. Shot
5. Aux On
6. Transmit
7. OSD
8. NONE
9. NONE
N.O.
Front Door
2
99
1
1 Physical Output
2-12 Command
Outputs
Focus / Iris: Select Type
Right / Left: Select Mode
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Outputs Setup Menu Choices
Menu
Exit
Description
Sub-menu /
Default
Description
Setting
Defines a physical
N.O.: Normally
N.O.
output.
open circuit
Saves and exits the
menu.
Outputs Setup Defines physical outputs
and keyboard commands
for use in a rule.
Output 1
N.C.: Normally
closed circuit
Outputs 2-12
Refer to
Section 15 Keyboard
Commands by Number,
page 122 for available
Aux commands.
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Alarm I/O Rule Setup Menu
The Rule Setup Menu shows the status of the rules and lets you
add new rules or modify an existing rule. The default setting is
Empty.
Menu items marked with the ‡ symbol are available only with
VG4 Pressure Domes.
NOTICE! You can program a total of twelve rules. You must
define the inputs and outputs before you program a rule. See
Section 1.7 Alarm I/O Setup, Page 192, to configure alarm
inputs and outputs.
Alarm I/O Rule Setup...
Exit...
1. Rule 1
2. Rule 2
3. Rule 3
4. Rule 4
5. Rule 5
6. Rule 6
7. Rule 7
8. Rule 8
9. Rule 9
Enabled
Disabled
Invalid
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
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Exit...
Enabled
Input:
Physical Input 1
NONE
NONE
NONE
Output:
Physical Output 1
OSD
Aux On 78
NONE
No
Follows
Latched
Focus / Iris: Select Type
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Rule Setup Menu Choices
Menu
Description
Sub-menu / Description
Default
Setting
Exit
Saves and exits the
menu.
Rule 1-9
Displays the status
Enabled: The rule inputs and
of a rule on the
outputs are properly defined
right side of the
and the rule is turned on.
menu. There are
Disabled: The rule inputs and
four (4) possible
outputs are defined but the
rule statuses.
rule is turned off.
Empty
Invalid: The rule has a missing
or invalid input or output.
Empty: The rule has no inputs
or outputs defined.
Selecting a Rule number provides access to its configuration
menu. The Rule # Menu allows you to configure a rule from
previously defined alarm inputs and outputs. Once an alarm is
configured with valid inputs and outputs, it can be turned on or
off (enabled or disabled) through its configuration menu.
Rule # Choices:
Menu
Description
Sub-menu / Description Default
Setting
Exit
Saves and exits the
menu.
Enabled
Turns the rule on or off
YES to enable or NO to
after its inputs and
disable
NO
outputs have been
defined.
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Description
Sub-menu / Description Default
Setting
Input
Toggles through a list
Alarm Inputs 1 – 2 and
of valid inputs set in
any additional inputs
the Alarm I/O Setup >
which were set in the
Inputs Setup Menu
Inputs Setup Menu,
that define the rule's
including Aux On/Off
inputs. A rule can have
(1-99), Shot, and NONE.
NONE
up to four (4) inputs.
Output
Toggles through a list
Alarm Output 1 and any
of valid outputs set in
additional outputs set in
the Alarm I/O Setup >
the Outputs Setup
Outputs Setup Menu
Menu including: Aux
that defines a rule's
On/Off (1-99), Shot,
outputs.
OSD, Transmit, and
NONE
NONE.
Some outputs, such as
Alarm Output 1 and Aux
On/Off can be set to be
active for a specific
duration of time as
follows:
Seconds: 1-5, 10, 15, or
30
Minutes: 1-5 or 10
Latched: The alarm
stays active until
acknowledged.
Follows: The alarm
follows the alarm rule.
NOTICE! You can include up to four (4) Input and Output
events in a single rule. Each input and output, however, must be
true for the alarm's rule to be valid and enabled.
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Language Menu
The Language Menu provides access to a list of languages to
display the on-screen menus.
Language
Exit...
English
Spanish
French
German
Portuguese
Polish
Italian
Dutch
Focus / Iris: Save and Exit
Language Menu Choices:
Menu
Description
Default
Setting
Exit
Saves and exits the menu.
Choose a language
Select a language in which the system
English
displays the on-screen menus.
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Diagnostics Menu
The Diagnostics menu provides access to a list of diagnostic
tools and events.
Diagnostics
Exit...
Alarm Status...
BIST...
Internal Temp:
High Temp Events:
Highest Temp
Low Temp Events:
Lowest Temp:
Security Access:
CTFID Access:
Homing Events:
Homing Failed:
Loss Home Events
Restart Events
Power Up Events
Video Loss Events
Total Time On:
Focus / Iris: Select
83F / 28C
0
90F / 32C
0
73F / 23C
5
2
21
0
0
0
18
0
1hr 57 Min
Diagnostic Events
Menu
Description
Sub-menu / Description
Exit
Saves and exits the menu.
Alarm Status
Enters the Alarm Status menu
Alarm Inputs 1 to 3,
and displays the real time
Alarm Output 1
status of alarm inputs and
outputs.
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Menu
Description
Sub-menu / Description
BIST
Enters the Perform Built-in Self YES to start test. NO to
Tests menu. If confirmed, the
exit the menu.
BIST tests start and the results
Typical results displayed
are displayed.
as follows:
BIST
Exit...
Data Flash:
FPGA:
Bilinx:
Internal
PASS
PASS
PASS
Homing:
PASS
Fan Speed:
PASS
Displays the current dome temperature.
Temp.
High Temp
Displays the number of times the high temperature
Events
threshold is exceeded.
Highest Temp
Displays the highest temperature reached.
Low Temp
Displays the number of times the low temperature
Events
threshold is exceeded.
Lowest Temp
Displays the lowest temperature reached.
Security
Displays the number of times the locked-command menu
Access
is unlocked.
CTFID Access
Displays the number of times the Configuration Tool is
accessed.
Homing
Displays the number of times the AutoDome Easy II was
Events
rebooted.
Homing Failed Displays the number of times the AutoDome Easy II failed
to home properly.
Loss Home
Displays the number of times the AutoDome Easy II lost
Events:
the home position.
Restart
Displays the number of restart events.
Events
Power Up
Displays the number of power-up events.
Events
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Menu
Description
Sub-menu / Description
Video Loss
Displays the number of time that video was lost.
Events
Total Time On
Displays the total of time that the video was on.
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AutoDome Easy II IP
Common User Commands (unlocked)
This chapter details the commonly used Bosch keyboard setup
commands. See Section 15 Keyboard Commands by Number,
page 122, for a complete list of commands.
14.1
Setting AutoPan Mode
AutoPan mode pans the AutoDome Easy II camera 360º or pans
between user defined limits (when programmed). The
AutoDome Easy II camera continues to pan until stopped by
moving the joystick.
To pan 360º:
1.
Press ON-1-ENTER.
2.
Move the joystick to stop the pan.
To set left and right pan limits:
1.
Move the camera to the starting position and press SET101-ENTER to set the left limit.
2.
Move the camera to the end position and press SET-102ENTER to set the right limit.
To start AutoPan between limits:
1.
Press ON-2-ENTER.
2.
Move the joystick to stop the pan.
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Setting Preset Shots
Preset shots are saved camera positions. Shots are saved as
scenes, therefore, the terms SHOT and SCENE are used
interchangeably.
To set a Shot:
1.
Move the camera to the position you want to save.
2.
Press SHOT-#-ENTER where # can be a number from 1 to
99 that identifies the camera position of the scene.
To view a Shot:

Press SHOT-#-ENTER where # is the number of the scene
position you want to view.
To store or clear a Shot:
1.
Press SET-100-ENTER to access the Store/Clear Scene
Menu.
2.
14.3
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Configuring Preposition Tours
A Preposition Tour automatically moves the camera through a
series of preset or saved shots.
The AutoDome Easy II has one (1) standard preset tour, two (2)
playback tours, and two (2) auto pan modes. Tour 1 is a
standard tour that moves the camera through a series of shots
in the sequence of shot number.
To start Preposition Tour:
1.
Set a series of preset shots in the order that you want the
2.
Press ON-8-ENTER to start the tour. The tour then cycles
AutoDome Easy II to cycle through.
through the series of shots until it is stopped.
To stop a Preposition Tour:

Press OFF-8-ENTER or move the joystick to stop either
type of tour.
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To add or remove scenes to Preposition Tour:
1.
Press SHOT-900-ENTER to access the Add/Remove
Scenes Menu.
2.
Use the Focus/Iris buttons to add or remove the selected
scene from the tour.
To change the dwell period of a tour:
14.4
1.
Press ON-15-ENTER to access the Tour Period Menu.
2.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Programming the Inactivity Operation
You can program the AutoDome Easy II to automatically change
its operating mode after a period of inactivity.
To access the Inactivity mode (locked command):
1.
Press OFF-90-ENTER to turn off the command lock.
2.
Press ON-9-ENTER to access the Inactivity Mode Menu.
3.
Select one of the following choices:
–
Return to Scene 1: Returns the camera position back
to the first scene saved in memory.
–
Recall Previous Aux: Returns the camera to the
previous operating mode, such as a Preposition Tour.
14.5
Recorded Tours
The AutoDome Easy II can make up to two (2) recorded tours. A
Recorded Tour saves and then plays back up to 15 minutes of
all manual camera movements made during the recording,
including its rate of pan, tilt and zoom speeds and other lens
setting changes.
To Record Tour A:
1.
Press ON-100-ENTER to start recording a tour.
2.
Press OFF-100-ENTER to stop recording.
To playback Recorded Tour A:
1.
Press ON-50-ENTER to begin continuous playback.
2.
Press OFF-50-ENTER or move the joystick to stop playback
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To Record Tour B:
1.
Press ON-101-ENTER to start recording the tour.
2.
Press OFF-101-ENTER to stop the tour.
To playback Recorded Tour B:
1.
Press ON-52-ENTER to begin continuous playback.
2.
Press OFF-52-ENTER or move the joystick to stop
playback.
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Locked
AutoDome Easy II IP
Keyboard Commands by Number
Alarm
Function
Comm
Rule
Key
No.
On/Off
1
Command
Description
Scan 360°
Autopan without
Output
Y
limits
Y
On/Off
2
Autopan
Autopan between
limits
Y
On/Off
3
Iris Control
Enters menu (auto,
manual)
Y
On/Off
Y
On/Off
4
8
Focus
Enters menu (spot,
Control
auto, manual)
Play Pre-
Activate/Deactivate
position Tour
Y
On/Off
9
Inactivity
Enters menu (Off,
Mode
Return to Scene 1,
Recall Previous PTZ
Command)
Y
On/Off
On/Off
11
14
Auto Iris
Enters Iris Level
Level adjust
Adjustment menu
Set Autopan
Enters speed
and Scan
adjustment slide bar
Speed
On/Off
15
Set Pre-
Enters dwell
position Tour
adjustment slide bar
Period
(dwell)
Y
Y
Y
Y
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
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23
AutoPivot
Enables/disables
Enable
AutoPivot
Backlight
Backlight
Comp
Compensation
Electronic
Enters Shutter
Shutter
Speed slide bar
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Alarm
Function
Comm
Rule
Key
No.
On/Off
35
Command
Description
White
Enters White
Balance
Balance menu
Output
Y
Mode
Y
On
Y
Y
On/Off
Y
On/Off
40
41
42
Restore
Restores all setting
Camera
to their original
Settings
defaults
Line Lock
Enters delay
Phase Adjust
adjustment slide bar
Sync Mode
On–Line Lock
Off–Crystal
Y
Y
On/Off
43
Auto Gain
AGC–On, Auto, Off
Control
Y
On/Off
44
Sharpness
Enters Sharpness
menu
Y
On
On
Y
On/Off
46
47
50
Advanced
Enters Main Setup
Menu
menu
View Factory
View all menu
Settings
default settings
Playback A,
Activate/Deactivate
continuous
Y
On/Off
51
Playback A,
Y
On/Off
52
Playback B,
Activate/Deactivate
Single
Activate/Deactivate
Continuous
Y
On/Off
53
Playback B,
Activate/Deactivate
Single
Y
Y
Y
On/Off
On/Off
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60
Command
On–lock on
Lock/Unlock
Off–lock off
On Screen
On–enable
Display
Off–disable
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Function
Comm
Rule
Key
No.
On
On
AutoDome Easy II IP
Command
Description
61
Display
Adjust On-screen
Adjust
Display
62
Pre-position
Enters Pre-position
Title menu
Title menu. See
Output
Y
Section 13.5.1 Specif
ying a Shot or a
Sector Title,
page 105.
Y
On
63
Zone Title
Enters Zone Title
menu
menu. See
Section 13.5.1 Specif
ying a Shot or a
Sector Title,
page 105.
On
64
Alarm Status
Enters Alarm Status
menu
Off
65
Alarm
Acknowledge alarm
Acknowledge
or deactivate
physical outputs
On
66
Display
Displays software
software
version number
version
Y
Y
On/Off
On/Off
80
81
Digital Zoom
Turns digital zoom
Lock
on and off
Alarm Output On–activates output
1
Off–deactivates
output
Y
Y
Y
Y
On/Off
On/Off
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Sector
Enters Sector
Blanking
Blanking menu
Privacy
Enters Privacy
Masking
Masking menu
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Alarm
Function
Comm
Rule
Key
No.
On/Off
90*
On/Off
91
Command
Description
Command
On–lock on
Output
Y
Y
Y
Y
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
92
93
100
Lock/Unlock
Off–lock off
Lens Polarity
On–reverse
menu
Off–normal
Lens Polarity
On–reverse
menu
Off–normal
Lens Polarity
On–reverse
menu
Off–normal
Record A
Activate/Deactivate
On/Off
101
Record B
Activate/Deactivate
On
997
FastAddress,
Display current
display
address
FastAddress,
Display and program
all units
current address
FastAddress,
Display and program
unaddressed
an unaddressed
domes
AutoDome Easy II
On
On
Set
998
999
“1-99” Pre-position
programming
Shot
Set
Set/
“1-99” Pre-position
100
101
Shot
Set ##–programs a
preset view
Shot ##–recall
recall
programmed preset
Pre-position
Enters the Pre-
menu
position menu
Autopan left
Set–programs left
limit
limit
Shot–shows limit
Set/
Shot
102
Autopan right Set–programs right
limit
limit
Shot–shows limit
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Locked
Alarm
Function
Comm
Rule
Key
No.
Set
110
AutoDome Easy II IP
Command
Description
Factory P/T
Set–recalibrate
home
home position
Output
position
Y
Set
899
Reset ALL
Restores all settings
to original defaults
and clears all userprogrammed
settings
Shot
900
Edit Tour
Enters the Tour add/
remove menu
Set/
901-
Adds/
Set ###–adds preset
Shot
999
Removes a
Shot ###–removes
preposition
preset
shot from
Tour 1
*Commands perform the same function Aux 55 is required for older
Allegiant systems.
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Preventive Maintenance
The following preventive maintenance schedule allows
detection and correction of minor faults before they become
serious and cause equipment failure. Periodically perform the
following:
–
Inspect all connecting cables for deterioration or other
damage.
–
Wipe housing with a clean damp cloth.
–
Clean the dome/windows with an approved P.C (LEXAN)
Cleaner (Novus LEXAN cleaner-plastic polish).
–
Verify that all the mounting hardware is secure.
When cleaning the dome bubble heed these warning:
–
Do not use alcohol-based solutions to clean the bubble.
This will cause the bubble to cloud and over time cause
stress aging, which makes the bubble brittle.
–
Do not use abrasive or highly alkaline cleaners on the
bubble.
–
Do not scrape the bubble with razor blades or other sharp
instruments.
–
Do not use Benzene, Gasoline, Acetone, or Carbon
Tetrachloride on the bubble.
–
Do not clean bubbles in direct sunlight or on very hot days.
Attaching the Bubble
The AutoDome Easy II is shipped with the bubble secured to the
upper housing. Bosch does not recommend removing the
bubble from the housing. If a situation requires you to remove
the bubble, however, you must use a Torx T-10 driver to secure
the three screws on the bubble to the upper housing each with
a torque of 5 in.-lbs.
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AutoDome Easy II IP
Troubleshooting
If you experience difficulties operating your AutoDome Easy II
camera, refer to the following. If the guidelines do not enable
you to solve the problem, contact an authorized technician.
Problem
Check
Need to remove trim
Use a slotted screw driver and push the clips
ring.
outward while gently pulling down on the edge of
the trim ring.
Nothing appears on
Are the power cord and line connection between
the screen.
the camera and monitor made properly?
The image on the
Is the lens dirty? If so, clean the lens with a soft,
screen is dim.
clean cloth.
The contrast on the
Adjust the contrast feature of the monitor. Is the
screen is too weak.
camera exposed to strong light? If so, change the
camera position.
The image on the
Does the camera face directly into the sun or
screen is flickers.
fluorescent lighting? If so, reposition camera.
The image on the
Is the power frequency set properly in sync? If the
screen is distorted.
power frequency is not set correctly, the line lock
synchronization mode cannot be used. Set the
synchronization mode to INT.NTSC Model power
frequency in LL mode: 60 Hz.
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AutoDome Easy II IP Operation and
Control
Malfunction
Possible causes
Recommended solution
No connection
Incorrect cable
Check all cables, plugs,
between the unit
connections.
contacts, terminals and
and terminal
program.
connections.
The computer's serial
Check the other serial
interface is not
interface.
connected.
Interface parameters
If necessary select a different
do not match.
interface and make sure that
the computer's interface
parameters match those of
the unit. Try the following
standard parameters: 19,200
baud, 8 data bits, no parity,
1 stop bit. Next, disconnect
the unit from the power
supply and reconnect it again
after a few seconds.
No image
Camera error.
Connect local monitor to the
transmission to
camera and check the camera
remote station.
function.
Faulty cable
Check all cables, plugs,
connections.
contacts and connections.
Incorrect encoder
Select the H.264 BP+ (HW
stream property set for decoder) option on the
Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
connection to
Encoder Streams
hardware decoder.
configuration page.
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Malfunction
Possible causes
Recommended solution
No connection
The unit's
Check all configuration
established, no
configuration.
parameters.
image transmission. Faulty installation.
Check all cables, plugs,
contacts and connections.
Wrong IP address.
Check the IP addresses
(terminal program).
Faulty data
Check the data transmission
transmission within
with ping.
the LAN.
The maximum number Wait until there is a free
No audio
of connections has
connection and then call the
been reached.
sender again.
Hardware fault.
Check that all connected
transmission to
audio units are operating
remote station.
correctly.
Faulty cable
Check all cables, plugs,
connections.
contacts and connections.
Incorrect
Check audio parameters on
configuration.
the Audio configuration and
LIVEPAGE Functions pages.
The audio voice
Wait until the connection is
connection is already
free and then call the sender
in use by another
again.
receiver.
The unit does not
Alarm source is not
Select possible alarm sources
report an alarm.
selected.
on the Alarm Inputs
configuration page.
No alarm response
Specify the desired alarm
specified.
response on the Alarm
Connections configuration
page, change the IP address if
necessary.
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Possible causes
Recommended solution
Control of cameras The cable connection
Check all cable connections
or other units is not between the serial
and ensure all plugs are
possible.
properly fitted.
interface and the
connected unit is not
correct.
The interface
Make sure that the settings of
parameters do not
all units involved are
match those of the
compatible.
other unit connected.
The unit is not
Power failure during
Have the unit checked by
operational after a
programming by
Customer Service and replace
firmware upload.
firmware file.
if necessary.
Incorrect firmware file. Enter the IP address of the
unit followed by /main.htm in
your Web browser and repeat
the upload.
Placeholder with a
JVM not installed on
red cross instead of your computer or not
the ActiveX
Install Sun JVM from the
product CD.
activated.
components.
Web browser
Active proxy server in
Create a rule in the local
contains empty
network.
computer's proxy settings to
fields.
Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
exclude local IP addresses.
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18
AutoDome Easy II IP
BVIP Firmware Updates
The AutoDome Easy II IP incorporates a network video server in
the IP module. The primary function of the server is to encode
video and control data for transmission over a TCP/IP network.
The AutoDome Easy II IP also allows an operator to update the
BVIP firmware via the TCP/IP network.
The latest BVIP firmware is available on the Bosch Security
Systems Web site. To download the service pack from the Web,
navigate to www.boschsecurity.us, click the CCTV link, then
click Cameras, PTZ and navigate to the product page for the
AutoDome Easy II IP. Then click the Software tab on the
product page.
18.1
Upgrading the AutoDome Easy II IP
The preferred method to update an AutoDome Easy II IP is
through a direct connection between the camera and a PC. This
method entails connecting the Ethernet cable from the camera
directly to the Ethernet port of a PC.
If the direct-connect method is not practical you can also
update the AutoDome Easy II IP through a Local Area Network
(LAN). You cannot, however, update the AutoDome Easy II IP
through a Wide Area Network (WAN) or via the Internet.
18.2
Beginning the Firmware Update Process
Use this procedure to connect to your AutoDome Easy II IP and
to navigate to the Firmware Update page.
1.
Launch Internet Explorer and type the IP address for the
AutoDome Easy II IP in the Address bar and click Go.
Internet Explorer opens the Livepage view.
2.
Click the SETTINGS link, located at the top of the page.
3.
Click the Service link in the left pane.
4.
Click the Maintenance link below the Service link.
5.
Click the Search button and navigate to the firmware file
6.
Click the Upload button.
(*.fw). Then, click OK.
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Click OK to the warning message to continue the firmware
upload, or Cancel to stop the upload.
The page displays a progress bar as the firmware is
uploaded.
Note: Once the progress bar reaches 100% the system
opens the reset page. Allow the reset page to complete its
action.
8.
Once the reset is complete the upgrade is complete.
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Index
A
adjusting
AutoDome orientation 101
brightness 103
vertical position 103
AES 96
alarm inputs
non-supervised 70
normally closed non-supervised
71
normally open non-supervised
70
alarm outputs 72
open collector output 72
Alarm Setup menu 93, 108
input setup 109
inputs (1-7) 109
normally
closed
supervised
contact 109
normally open dry contact 109
normally
open
supervised
contact 109
alarm status 115
auto focus 98
auto iris 98
autobaud 106
AutoDome
orientation 101
automatic white balance 95
autopan 100, 118
AutoPivot 101
AutoScan 100
AutoSensUP 96
Aux Control tab 83
Aux Off 82
Aux On 82
AWB hold 95
Browser window 79
built-in self test 116
C
cable
Ethernet 77
cables
power 63
camera
OSD 103
selection 80
Camera Setup menu 93, 94
AutoSensUp maximum 97
AWB hold 95
backlight compensation 96
extended ATW 95
gain control 95
indoor white balance 95
line lock delay 96
maximum gain level 95
outdoor white balance 95
pre-compensation 97
sharpness 95
shutter 96
synchronization menu 96
white balance 95
CAT-5E 68
CAT-6 68
CCD cameras 22, 33, 44, 52
command numbers 82
B
backlight compensation 96
basic mode 86
baud rate 107
Bilinx 107
BIST 116
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commands
autopan 118
Aux Off 82
Aux On 82
clear 119
inactivity operation 120
keyboard 82, 122
OFF-90-ENTER 120
ON-9-ENTER 120
preset shot 84, 119
recording tours 120
Set 118, 119
Set Shot 82, 84
SET-100-ENTER 119
Shot 119
Show Shot 82
store 119
unlocked 118
user commands 118
Communication Setup menu 93,
106
autobaud 106
baud rate 107
Bilinx 107
conduit clamp 54
configuration mode 86
Configuration Tool for Imaging
Devices 116
configuring
alarms 93
rules 112
connecting
power 65, 66, 67
connectors
pin mating 65, 66, 67
constant iris 98
controlling
image area 81
CTFID 116
custom tour
setting dwell time 120
Tour Period menu 120
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defining
physical inputs 109
physical outputs 110
rules 112
Description 3, 44
device name 87
devices
DVR 20
multiplexer 20
DHCP server 89
diagnostics 116
Diagnostics menu 93, 115
alarm status 115
BIST 116
CTFID access 116
high temperature events 116
homing events 116
homing failed 116
internal temperature 116
low temperature events 116
restart events 116
security access 116
video loss events 117
Dibos 76
digital zoom 99
DirectX 76
display adjust 103
Display Setup menu 93, 102
camera OSD 103
display adjust 103
privacy masking 104
sector blanking 103
title OSD 102
displaying
camera response information
103
on-screen menus 82
sector titles 102
shot titles 102
titles 102
drywall ceiling 23
dual streaming 75
DVR 20
dwell period 120
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E
encoding 75
video 75
event log 82
extended ATW 95
F
files
JPEG 75
MPEG-4 76
focus speed 98
G
gain 95
gain control
maximum level 95
gateway 90
gateway address 78
H
high temperature
events 116
threshold 116
homing 73
events 116
failed 116
I
identification 87
IEE 802.3af 68
IGMP V2 75
image resolution 85
image selection 80
image sensors 22, 33, 44, 52
inactivity 100
accessing 120
mode 120
operation 120
period 100
Inactivity Mode menu 120
indoor white balance 95
inputs (1-7) 109
inputs setup 109
installing
base 29
drywall ceiling 23
power wires 63
surface mount 29
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internal temperature 116
IP 74
address 78, 90
alarm 81
dual streaming 75
encoding 75
gateway address 78
module 74
multicast 75
port 78
record 75
snapshots 75
subnet mask 78
system requirements 76
iris speed 98
J
JPEG 75
K
keyboard commands 82, 84, 122
Aux Off command 82
Aux On 82
OFF-90-ENTER 120
ON-9-ENTER 120
Set 118
SET-100-ENTER 119
Shot 119
keypad 83
L
Language menu 93, 114
Lens Setup menu 93, 97
auto focus 98
auto iris 98
auto iris level 98
constant iris 98
digital zoom 99
focus speed 98
iris speed 98
manual iris 98
maximum zoom speed 98
line lock 96
low temperature
events 116
threshold 116
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M
O
manual
iris 98
maximum zoom speed 98
menus
Alarm Setup 108
Camera Setup 94
Communication Setup 106
Diagnostics 115
Display Setup 102
Inactivity Mode 120
Language 114
Lens Setup 97
Outputs Setup 109
PTZ Setup 99
Rule Setup 111
Tour Period 120
mounting plate 59
MPEG ActiveX 76
MPEG-4 76
multicast 75
multiplexer 20
OFF-90-ENTER 120
ON-9-ENTER 120
on-screen display 92, 102
OSD 92, 102
outdoor white balance 95
outputs (1-3) 110
Outputs Setup menu 109
normally closed circuit 110
normally open circuit 110
outputs (1-3) 110
P
N
navigation 86
network 89
networking
baud rate 107
Ethernet cable 77
gateway address 78
IGMP V2 75
IP 74
IP address 78
port 78
subnet mask 78
TCP/IP 74
UDP 75
non-supervised alarms 70
normally closed circuit 110
normally closed supervised contact
109
normally open circuit 110
normally open dry contact 109
normally open supervised contact
109
number of connections 79
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password 79, 87, 88
pendant pipe mount 58
physical inputs 109
playback
recording A 120
recording B 121
port 78
pre-compensation 97
preparing
drywall ceiling 23
preposition tour
custom 119
freeze frame 101
standard 119
preset shot 84, 119
previous Aux 100
privacy masking 104
profiles 90
protocol
Bilinx 107
IGMP V2 75
TCP/IP 74
UDP 75
PTZ
fixed speed 100
setup 93
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PTZ Setup menu 99
AutoDome orientation 101
autopan 100
AutoPivot 101
AutoScan 100
freeze frame on preposition 101
inactivity 100
inactivity period 100
previous Aux 100
PTZ fixed speed 100
scene 1 100
R
recess mount 45
record 75
tour 120
tour A 120
tour B 121
recording A 120
playback 120
recording B
playback 121
recording video sequences 85
relay 72
restart events 116
rule
alarm relay 113
Aux Off 113
Aux On 113
enabled 112
follows 113
input 113
OSD 113
output 113
Shot 113
status 112
transmit 113
rule (1-12) 112
Rule Setup menu 111, 112
rules 112
for safety 3, 19
S
safety 3, 19
scene 1 100
sector blanking 103
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access 116
SensUp 97
Set command 119
Set Shot 82, 84
SET-100-ENTER 119
settings
AutoDome orientation 101
autopan 118
brightness 103
inactivity mode 120
preposition tour 119
preset shot 119
rules 112
sharpness 95
vertical position 103
Setup menu 92
Alarms 93
Camera 93
Communication 93
Diagnostics 93
Display 93
Language 93
Lens 93
PTZ 93
sharpness 95
Shot
clear 119
set 119
store 119
view 119
Show Shot command 82
shutter 96
shutter mode 96
snapshots 75, 85
SNTP server 89
software
DirectX 76
standard tour
setting dwell time 120
Tour Period menu 120
storage medium 91
subnet mask 78, 90
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synchronization mode 96
crystal 96
line lock 96
synchronize 88
system log 82
T
TCP/IP 74
time 88
time server 89
IP address 89
protocol 89
time signal 89
titles
brightness 103
OSD 102
vertical position 103
tour
preposition 119
stopping 119
tour 1 119
tour 2 119
tour 1
period 100
Tour Period menu 120
U
UDP 75
unit identification 87
unit name 87
unit time 88
user commands 118
user name 87
UTP CAT-5 68
V
video loss events 117
VIDOS 76
VIP XD 76
W
white balance 95
wires
alarm 63
control 63
power 63
video 63
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Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
850 Greenfield Road
Lancaster, PA 17601
U.S.A.
www.boschsecurity.com
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