Samsung SCC-B2033P User manual

SCC-B2333(P)
SCC-B2033P
DIGITAL COLOR CAMERA
user manual
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Safety information
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE REAR COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL..
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This symbol indicates high voltage is present inside. It is dangerous to make any kind of
contact with any inside part of this product.
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WARNING
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• To prevent damage which may result in fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this appliance
to rain or moisture.
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WARNING
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specified in the specification sheet. Using any
other adapter could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to the product
2. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause explosion, fire, electric
shock, or damage to the product.
3. Do not connect multiple cameras to a single adapter. Exceeding the capacity may cause
abnormal heat generation or fire.
4. Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. Insecure connection may cause fire.
5. When installing the camera, fasten it securely and firmly. A falling camera may cause personal
injury.
6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal things, etc.) or containers filled
with water on top of the camera. Doing so may cause personal injury due to fire, electric shock,
or falling objects.
7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. Doing so may cause fire or electric
shock.
8. If any unusual smells or smoke come from the unit, stop using the product. In such case,
immediately disconnect the power source and contact the service center. Continued use in such
a condition may cause fire or electric shock.
9. If this product fails to operate normally, contact the nearest service center. Never disassemble
or modify this product in any way. (SAMSUNG is not liable for problems caused by unauthorized
modifications or attempted repair.)
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Safety information
10. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product. Doing so may cause fire or
electric shock.
CAUTION
1. Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong shock to it. Keep away from a location
subject to excessive vibrationor magnetic interference.
2. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 50°C), low temperature (below 10°C), or high humidity. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
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4. Remove the power plug from the outlet when then there is a lightning. Neglecting to do so may
cause fire or damage to the product.
5. Keep out of direct sunlight and heat radiation sources. It may cause fire.
6. Install it in a place with good ventilation.
7. Avoid aiming the camera directly towards extremely bright objects such as sun, as this may
damage the CCD image sensor.
8. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
9. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time.
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3. If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off the power and then move
or reinstall it.
Important Safety Instructions
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult
an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10.Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11.Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12.Use only with cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus.
13.Unplug this apparatus when a card is used. Use caution when moving the cart/
apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
14.Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have
fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or
has been dropped.
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Introduction
Features
PRODUCT & ACCESSORIES
Part Names and Functions
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7
8
Installation
Connecting the Auto Iris Lens Connector
Mounting the lens
Connecting cables and checking operation
11
11
12
How to use OSD Menu
Using Icons in the Menu
Main Menu
Profile
Camera Setup
Intelligence
Privacy Zone Setup
Other Set
Communication
System Information
Language
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Specifications
Specifications
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Contents
Introduction
FEATURES
❖ High Resolution
• This camera has realized high resolution of 600 lines using the top-notch full digital image processing and
special algorithm technologies.
❖ Intelligent Motion Detection & Tracking
• This is an intelligent function that automatically detects a motion of an object. You can set a virtual fence so it
sounds an alert if an object passes / enters /exits the virtual fence or virtual area.
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❖ XDR (eXtended Dynamic Range)
• Actively controls the gamma compensation in the way it operates the ambient luminance contrast in a
certain pixel unit to determine the optimal visibility.
❖ DAY/NIGHT
• This function can make the IR Cut filtering function inactive under the illumination below the normal value.
❖ High Sensitivity
• It implements images of high sensitivity using the up-to-date SONY Super-HAD IT CCD..
❖ Low Illumination
• It uses the digital signal technologies such as low illumination and Day/Night functions that make your camera
identify objects even in the worst environment.
❖ Superior Backlight Adjustment
• When an object has a bright illumination or sunlight behind it, this camera automatically improves the
shaded object picture quality.
•
❖ Digital Power Synchronization
• The full digital Line Lock function directly adjusts the vertical camera synchronization to enhance the
operationability and reliability of this camera.
❖ Output Signal Setting
• You can set the following Video output signals: Image reversion (Horizontal, Vertical, or both), Privacy,
Horizontal/Vertical profiling, and digital zooming.
❖ OSD(On Screen Display) Menu
• OSD menu is provided to display the status of camera and to configure the functions interactively.
❖ Coaxial Cable Communication
• This is a remote control function that overlaps the coaxial cable (for a transfer of the video signal) with the
control signal. In installation or repair, this helps you control the communication controller (optional) without
additional cabling.
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PRODUCT & ACCESSORIES
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❖ Product & Accessories
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• Accessories
Camera Holder(Mount)
C Mount Adapter
User’s Manual
Auto Iris
Lens Connector
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Introduction
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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
❖ Side View
Mount Adapter
Fixing Grooves
Auto Iris Lens
Connector
Camera Lens
Auto Iris Lens
Control Cable
• Auto Iris Lens Connector
This groove is used for screwing the mount adapter, a part of the bracket where the camera will be installed.
• Auto Iris Lens Control Cable
This cable transmits the power and signals from the camera for controlling the Auto Iris Lens.
• Mount Adapter Fixing Grooves
These grooves are used when fixing screws of the mount adapter connected to the bracket when installing
the camera on it.
 Note :
– When the camera lens becomes dirty, softly clean it with a lens tissue or a cloth soaked in pure ethanol.
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Introduction
❖ Rear Panel
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Introduction
n Input/Output Connector
This connector has input and output ports for RS-485 control signals, DAY/NIGHT switching, and alarm
output signals.
No.
Function
1
ALARM OUT
2
GND
Grounding Port.
3
GND
Grounding Port.
4
SHUTTER (S0)
5
SHUTTER (S1)
6
SHUTTER (S2)
Description
Alarm out port for motion detection. (Open collector type)
This is a port for selecting an external high speed shutter mode.
If connected in LOW (0V), it will become ON inside.
This is a port for selecting an external high speed shutter mode.
If connected in LOW (0V), it will become ON inside.
This is a port for selecting an external high speed shutter mode.
If connected in LOW (0V), it will become ON inside.
7
5V OUT
8
DAY/NIGHT IN
9
RS-485 DATA-
This is a port for connection to RS-485 DATA- signal line.
10
RS-485 DATA+
This is a port for connection to RS-485 DATA+ signal line.
Power supply port for RS-485 JIG. Use within typical DC +5V 100mA
This is a port for DAY&NIGHT conversion.
High(DC +3V~+5V) : DAY(COLOR) Mode,
Low(0V) : NIGHT(BW) Mode
o SETUP Switch
This switch is used to set the function or property. When this switch is pressed for at least 2 seconds, the
MAIN MENU appears.
ef (Left/Right) : By pressing this switch left or right, you can move left or right on the menu or change the
displayed value.
cd (Up/Down) : By pressing this switch up or down, you can move up or down on the menu.
‹ : When you press this switch in the menu, the selected function is confirmed. To enter a submenu, press
this button.
p Power Display LED
When the power is normally connected, the red LED lights.
q Video OUT Port
This is connected to the Video Input Port of the monitor and it outputs the Video signals.
r GND
This is a grounding port.
s Power Connection Port
This is connected to the Power cable.
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CONNECTING THE AUTO IRIS LENS
CONNECTOR
MOUNTING THE LENS
When using the CS lens
Mount the CS lens by rotating it clockwise as shown
in the picture:
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Installation
Connect each uncovered shutter control cables to
the Auto Iris Lens Connector as the following
When using the C lens
Pin
No.
DC Control
Type
Video Control Type
1
Damp(-)
Power (+12V)
2
Damp(+)
Not applicable
3
Drive(+)
Video Signal
4
Drive(-)
Ground
After mounting the C-mount adapter by rotating it
clockwise, turn the C lens clockwise until it is fixed as
shown in the picture.
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 Note :
– You can switch a control type of the lens in the menu.
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CONNECTING CABLES AND
CHECKING OPERATION
① Connect one end of the BNC cable to the
VIDEO OUT Port on the rear of the camera.
② Connect another end of the BNC cable to the
VIDEO IN Port on the monitor.
USI
③ Finally connect the power adapter to the
camera. You can connect 2 lines of the power
adapter to the camera using the Slot Head
screwdriver as shown in the picture.
(GND: cable with the white stripe line)
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Video Out Terminal
 Note :
– Connect any power source of AC 24V and DC 12V
irrespective of polarity.
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How to use OSD Menu
USING ICONS IN THE MENU
• (EXIT)
Exits the menu setting.
Before you exits the menu setting, select SAVE to
save your settings, or select QUIT to cancel.
• (RET)
Returns to the previous menu.
• (HOME)
MAIN MENU
ÃÃMAIN MENUÃÃ
PROFILE
CAMERA SET
INTELLIGENCE
PRIVACY ZONE
OTHER SET
COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM INFO
LANGUAGE
Returns to the main menu.
• (SAVE)
Used to save your settings of MASK AREA,
PRIVACY ZONE and more.
Once you save your settings, they will remain
even if you select QUIT in the menu.
• (DEL)
• CAMERA SET
Configure Camera related functions and data.
• INTELLIGENCE
You can configure the settings of motion
detection, tracking and more.
• PRIVACY ZONE
You can configure the privacy related settings.
• OTHER SET
You can configure for Factory Defaults, and more.
• COMMUNICATION
Configures the settings regarding the RS-485
communication.
• SYSTEM INFO.
Displays the system information including the
camera version and communication settings.
• LANGUAGE
Select a preferred one from the supported
languages.
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Used to deletes your settings of MASK AREA,
PRIVACY ZONE and more.
Once you delete your settings, they will not be
restored even if you select QUIT in the menu.
• PROFILE
You can set a mode according to the camera
installation conditions.
How to use OSD Menu
PROFILE
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BACKLIGHT
DAY/NIGHT
GAMING
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In the PROFILE menu, you can configure the following camera settings at once.
CAMERA SET Menu
Previous
Menu
Sub-menus
IRIS
ALC
LENS
LEVEL
STANDARD
ITS
BACKLIGHT
DAY/NIGHT
GAMING
ALC
ALC
ALC
ALC
ALC
-
-
-
-
-
DC
DC
DC
DC
DC
0
0
0
0
0
OFF
OFF
BLC
OFF
OFF
MOTION
(F.FAST)---
(F.FAST)---
NORM
(F.FAST)---
SLOW
DNR
MID
MID
MID
MID
MID
SHUTTER
OFF
AUTO1/250
OFF
OFF
OFF
SENS-UP
AUTOx4
AUTOx2
AUTOx4
AUTOx4
AUTOx4
XDR
MID
MID
MID
MID
MID
DAY/
NIGHT
AUTO
AUTO
DAY
AUTO
DAY
BACKLIGHT
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NIGHT
BURST
EXT
BURST
-
-
-
-
-
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
-
-
-
-
-
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
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❖G
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How to use OSD Menu
CAMERA SET Menu
Previous
Menu
STANDARD
ITS
BACKLIGHT
DAY/NIGHT
GAMING
DAY
DAY/NIGHT
DAY
DAY/NIGHT
DAY
-
-
-
-
-
ATW2
ATW1
ATW1
ATW1
ATW1
RED
0
0
0
0
0
BLUE
0
0
0
0
0
Sub-menus
WHITE
BAL
DAY
MODE
NIGHT
BRIGHTNESS
MODE
-
-
-
-
MID
User setting
allowed
MID
User setting
allowed
OFF
ATW2
OFF
ATW2
OFF
RED
User setting
allowed
0
User setting
allowed
0
User setting
allowed
BLUE
User setting
allowed
0
User setting
allowed
0
User setting
allowed
2
2
2
2
2
❖ ITS
It will be set automatically so you can easily check the traffic conditions.
❖ BACKLIGHT
It will be set automatically so you can distinguish the object from the background in a severe backlighting scene.
❖ DAY/NIGHT
It will be set automatically so it optimizes to the day or night conditions, respectively.
❖ GAMING
It will be set automatically to help you take a picture in a regular indoor lighting condition.
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DETAIL
User setting
allowed
How to use OSD Menu
❖ CAMERA ID
CAMERA SETUP
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ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0
123456789 :?-+*()/
CAMERA ID
OFF
IRIS
ALC
MOTION
(F.FAST)--DNR
MID
SHUTTER
OFF
SENS-UP
AUTO X4
FLICKERLESS
(OFF)--XDR
MID
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DAY/NIGHT
AUTO
WHITE BAL
DIGITAL ZOOM
OFF
DETAIL
[2]
V-SYNC
INT
AGC COLOR SUP
LOW
REVERSE
OFF
POSI/NEGA
+
PIP
OFF
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CAMERA-1..................
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The CAMERA ID menu is used for you to assign
a unique name to a camera. If you press the
SETUP switch with the CAMERA ID menu
selected, you will see the appropriate screen.
You can enter up to 54 alphanumeric or
special characters for the CAMERA ID. Select
LOCATION and press the SETUP switch to
move the display position of the CAMERA ID.
❖ IRIS
[ALC, ELC]
OFF
• ALC (Automatic Light Control)
① If you press the SETUP switch with an ALCbased sub menu selected, you will see the
appropriate screen.
‹ALC‹
②
The IRIS menu is used if you want to adjust the
intensity of radiation incoming to the camera.
c
DIS
[OFF, ON]
‹CAMERA ID‹
LENS
LEVEL
BACKLIGHT
DC
[00]----I---OFF
Setup the general functions of zoom camera module.
Use the cdef switch to select a menu item.
The LENS menu is used if you select a type of
the AI lens.
For normal operation, you must select DC for a
DC-type lens, and select VIDEO for a VIDEOtype lens.
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• EL
①
How to use OSD Menu
The LEVEL menu is used to adjust the
overall brightness, where “+” will increase the
brightness and “–” will decrease it.
② If you set the BACKLIGHT option to BLC,
you will see a menu where you can set the
BLC area.
you can set the desired BLC zone by defining
the size and location.
‹ALC‹
sign
ct
LENS
DC
LEVEL
[00]----I---BACKLIGHT
BLC
AREA
USER
<SIZE>
<LOCATION>
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If you use an ordinary camera in a scene
with an intensive backlight, the object will be
displayed dark on the monitor affected by the
backlight. To solve this problem, you can use
the BLC(Back Light Compensation) function
to improve the sharpness of the image in
such a high contrast scene.
• ELC (Electronic Light Control)
① If you press the SETUP switch when the ELC
submenu is selected, the corresponding screen
appears. You can make the ELC (Electronic Light
Control) function active or not.
‹ELC‹
LEVEL
[00]----I---BACKLIGHT
BLC
AREA
USER
<SIZE>
<LOCATION>
❖ AGC
[OFF, VERY LOW, LOW, MID, HIGH, VERY
HIGH, USER, FIX]
The AGC (Auto Gain Control) menu is used to
set the AGC level of the camera. When the AGC
is active, the camera automatically increases the
sensitivity by amplifying the Video signal when
the strength of the signal falls below the normal
value.
If OFF or FIX mode is selected in the SENS-UP
menu, you can specify the AGC level.
If you press the SETUP switch with a USER
sub menu selected, you will see the appropriate
screen.
‹AGC USER‹
LEVEL
[16]
‹ELC‹
LEVEL
BACKLIGHT
e of
[00]----I---OFF
In USER mode, you can break down the level in
16 steps from VERY LOW to VERY HIGH to your
preference.
or a
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② In similar to ALC setting, you can specify the
BLC area.
How to use OSD Menu
❖ SHUTTER
‹AGC FIX‹
LEVEL
[OFF, AUTO 1/100(PAL:1/120), AUTO 1/250,
AUTO 1/500, AUTO 1/1000, AUTO 1/2000, AUTO
1/4000, AUTO 1/10K , 1/100(PAL:1/120), 1/250,
1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10K , EXT]
[01]
If you press the SETUP switch with a FIX sub
menu selected, you will see the appropriate screen.
As a fixed value of the AGC gain is used in FIX
mode, you can select one of the 16 detailed levels
from VERY LOW to VERY HIGH before fixing it.
 Note :
– If the DAY/NIGHT menu of the CAMERA SET is set to
AUTO, the AGC menu will be deactivated.
– If FLICKERLESS is set to ON, the AGC FIX mode will be
disabled.
❖ MOTION
[S.SLOW, SLOW, NORM, FAST, F.FAST]
The MOTION menu is used to adjust the strength
of the AGC level for a control of the camera motion.
This is available only if the SENS-UP menu is set
to AUTO.
You can select one from S.SLOW, SLOW, NORM,
FAST and F.FAST for the AGC level.
If you monitor a fast moving object in a low contrast
scene, select F.FAST while select S.SLOW for a
hardly moving object in the same lighting condition.
The SHUTTER menu is used to set the fixed
high-speed electronic shutter, auto high speed
electronic shutter and external high speed
electronic shutter(EXT).
You can select one of 7 options from 1/100(PAL:1/120)
to 1/10K for the fixed high speed electronic shutter,
which is mostly used for imaging a fast moving object.
The auto high speed electronic shutter operates
as the fixed high speed shutter in a high contrast
scene but automatically focuses the target if the
iris opens fully in a low contrast scene like in ELC
mode. When it gets brighter back, the mode will
switch to the fixed high speed electronic shutter
mode.
However, the auto high speed shutter operates
properly only in a camera featuring a DC or VIDEO
lens.
In external high speed electronic shutter (EXT)
mode, you can select one of 8 modes from OFF
through 1/100(PAL:1/120) to 1/10K for the high
speed electronic shutter. It works as the high
speed electronic shutter. You can select an
option using SHUTTER(S0), SHUTTER(S1) and
SHUTTER(S2) on the rear.
Connect each of the terminals to GND.
SHUTTER(S0) SHUTTER(S1) SHUTTER(S2)
OFF
(NTSC: 1/60,
PAL:1/50)
OFF
OFF
OFF
❖ DNR
1/100
(PAL:1/120)
ON
OFF
OFF
1/250
OFF
ON
OFF
You can configure the DNR (Digital Noise
Reduction) related settings.
Reduces the noise on the screen.
This is especially useful for a severely distorted screen.
You can set the level if you set DNR to USER.
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See the below table for the operation.
 Note :
– If the DAY/NIGHT menu of the CAMERA SET is set to
AUTO, the MOTION menu will be deactivated.
[OFF,LOW,MID,HIGH, USER(1~16)]
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–
–
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OFF
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OFF
ON
1/4000
OFF
ON
ON
1/10K
ON
ON
ON
 Note :
– If IRIS mode is set to ELC, the SHUTTER menu will be
deactivated as you adjust the brightness using the
electronic shutter.
– If the SENS-UP function is set to AUTO, only items of
OFF and AUTO are available in the SHUTTER menu.
– If the SENS-UP mode is set to FIX, the SHUTTER menu
will be deactivated.
– If the FLICKERLESS function is set to ON, the SHUTTER menu
will be deactivated.
❖ SENS-UP
[OFF, AUTO X2, AUTO X4, AUTO X6, AUTO
X8, AUTO X12, AUTO X16, AUTO X24, AUTO
X32, AUTO X48, AUTO X64, AUTO X96, AUTO
X128, AUTO X256, AUTO X512, FIX X2, FIX
X4, FIX X6, FIX X8, FIX X12, FIX X16, FIX X24,
FIX X32, FIX X48, FIX X64, FIX X96, FIX X128,
FIX X256, FIX X512]
Automatically detects the ambient level of
darkness in the dark or low contrast scene to
extend the accumulated time, keeping the image
bright and sharp; It can be also used as FIX
mode.
 Note :
– If the SHUTTER option is set to fixed electronic shutter or
EXT mode, the SENS-UP menu will be deactivated.
– If FLICKERLESS is set to ON, the FIX mode of the SENSUP menu will be disabled.
– If the IRIS menu is set to ELC, the electronic shutter will
control the brightness so the SENS-UP function can not
be set to FIX mode, but to OFF or AUTO mode.
– If the SHUTTER menu is set to AUTO, the SENS-UP
menu can be set to either OFF or AUTO mode.
❖ FLICKERLESS
[OFF, ON]
If set to ON, the shutter speed will be fixed to
1/100(PAL:1/120) second. This will prevent possible screen
distortion due to a mismatch between the vertical sync
frequency and the blinking frequency of the lighting.
 Note :
– If the IRIS function is set to ELC, the Flickerless menu will
be deactivated. If the SHUTTER menu is set to AUTO, FIX
or EXT mode, the Flickerless menu will be deactivated.
– If the SENS-UP function is set to FIX mode, the Flickerless
menu will be deactivated.
– If AGC is set to FIX mode, the FLICKERLESS function will
be disabled.
❖ XDR (eXtended Dynamic Range)
[OFF, LOW, MID, HIGH]
Actively controls the gamma compensation in the
way it operates the ambient luminance contrast
in a certain pixel unit to determine the optimal
visibility.
Select one from OFF, LOW, MID and HIGH.
Closing to HIGH will increase the compensation
level.
❖ DAY/NIGHT
[DAY,NIGHT,AUTO,EXT]
• DAY
If set to DAY, it will be fixed to DAY mode
regardless of the ambient conditions.
• NIGHT
If set to NIGHT, it will be fixed to Black-and-White
mode regardless of the ambient conditions.
If you press the SETUP switch with a NIGHT sub
menu selected, you will see a menu where you can
set Burst to OFF/ON.
If BURST is set to ON, the Burst signal will output
together with the black-and-white composite video
signal. If BURST is set to OFF, the Burst signal does
not output.
You can set the BURST option to OFF/ON, or
select to output the Burst signal in NIGHT mode.
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• AUTO
• NI
‹MASK AREA‹
The camera will automatically switch between
DAY and NIGHT mode, according to the lighting
condition.
<SIZE> <LOCATION>
If you press the SETUP switch with an AUTObased sub menu selected, you will see the
appropriate screen.
‹AUTO‹
BURST
DAYÆNIGHT
BRIGHTNESS
DWELL TIME
NIGHTÆDAY
BRIGHTNESS
DWELL TIME
MASK AREA
OFF
MID
2S
1
MID
5S
2
You can specify Mask 1 and 2 simultaneously.
The mask is used only for determining the filter
switch and any excessive bright area at night will
be masked.
 Note :
– If BACKLIGHT is set to BLC, the MASK AREA function will
be deactivated.
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• EXT
You can set the BURST option to OFF/ON, or
select to output the Burst signal in NIGHT mode.
You can select from LOW, MID and HIGH for
the brightness of DAYÆNIGHT, which is a
brightness level in switching from the color filter
to Black-and-White. Closing to LOW from HIGH
will switch the filter in a low contrast scene.
The DWELL TIME of DAYÆNIGHT is a time
required to determine the need for switching the
filter.
You can select from LOW, MID and HIGH for
the brightness of NIGHTÆDAY, which is a
brightness level in switching from the Black-andWhite filter to color. Closing to LOW from HIGH
will switch the filter in a low contrast scene.
The DWELL TIME of NIGHTÆDAY is a time
required to determine the need for switching the
filter.
The MASK menu is used to prevent a filter
switch error or inability of determining the switch
in existence of a high spot light source at night.
If you press the SETUP switch in item 1 or 2 of
the MASK menu, you will see a menu where you
can specify an area to mask.
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This enables an auto switch between DAY and
NIGHT mode using the interface with the external
sensor.
❖ WHITE BAL
[DAY/NIGHT]
If you want to adjust the color scheme, use the
WHITE BALANCE function.
 No
–
–
• DAY
In DAY mode, you can set the color values of
RED and BLUE. The screen will be displayed in
colors according to your settings.
•
‹WHITE BAL‹
DAY/NIGHT
MODE
RED
BLUE
R-GAIN
B-GAIN
DAY
AWC
[00]----I---[00]----I---[0248]
[0247]
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5
 Note :
– You can set the values of R-GAIN and B-GAIN only in
AWC mode.
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‹WHITE BAL‹
DAY/NIGHT
BRIGHTNESS
MODE
RED
BLUE
R-GAIN
B-GAIN
NIGHT
MID
AWC
[00]----I---[00]----I---[0248]
[0247]
 Note :
– You can set the values of R-GAIN and B-GAIN only in
AWC mode.
– If AGC is set to OFF or FIX, you can not access the
NIGHT menu.
– For adjusting the white balance, the following
5 modes are provided:
• ATW1(Auto Tracing White Balance mode
1): The camera can automatically adjust the
color temperature in real time, according to
the ambient conditions. The color temperature
ranges from approx. 2500K to 9300K.
• ATW2: The color temperature ranges from
approx. 2,000K to 10,000K.
• AWC ( Auto White Balance Control): If you
press the SETUP switch in the appropriate item
position, Auto White Balance will perform once.
– BLUE : Adjusts the strength of the blue color.
– R-GAIN/B-GAIN : Enables you to set the current
color temperature manually.
– BRIGHTNESS : Select a brightness level in
switching from setting in DAY mode to setting in
NIGHT mode.
❖ DIGITAL ZOOM
[ON/OFF]
You can set the digital zoom factor and position.
If you press the SETUP switch with the DIGITAL
ZOOM function set to ON, you will see the
appropriate screen.
When the zoom factor and position are defined,
the digital zoom function will operate.
‹DIGITAL ZOOM‹
RATIO
[X1.0]
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ernal
– RED : Adjusts the strength of the red color.
Use the NIGHT mode if you want to set the white
balance differently according to the ambient
luminance.
If the NIGHT mode is set to OFF, the white
balance will always operate as set in DAY mode;
if not to OFF, the camera will switch to as set in
DAY/NIGHT mode according to the brightness.
In NIGHT mode, you can set the values of RED,
BLUE and BRIGHTNESS. The screen will be
displayed in colors according to your settings.
- LOCATION : If you press the SETUP switch in the
condition where the image is enlarged as much as the
ratio setting, you can watch an invisible area of the
effective screen as well using the cdef switch.
 Note :
– If the digital zoom factor is set to larger than 1x, the FENCE
function will be deactivated.
The DIGITAL ZOOM function enlarges the pixel itself, which can
cause deterioration of the quality.
❖ DETAIL
[0~3]
Controls the horizontal or vertical distinction.
• 3200K : Set color temperature to 3200K
• 5600K : Set color temperature to 5600K
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❖ V-SYNC
[INT, LINE]
INTELLIGENCE
Select the vertical sync mode for INT or LINE.
If you select INT, the camera will use the internal
synchronization.
If selecting LINE, the camera will use the external
power source frequency for the synchronization.
You can adjust the LL-PHASE.
 Note :
– Use of DC 12V will fix V-SYNC to INT, which can not be
changed.
❖ AGC COLOR SUP
[LOW , MID, HIGH]
Adjust the color scheme according to the AGC
value.
❖ REVERSE
[OFF, H, V, H/V]
Mirrors video signals horizontally, vertically, or
both.
❖ POSI/NEGA
[+, -]
Output as it is or mirror the video brightness
signal.
[OFF, ON]
❖ PIP
Displays a sub image together with the main
image on the same screen using the Picture In
Picture function.
 Note :
– If more than one privacy zone is set and the PRIVACY
SET is set to ON, the PIP function will be deactivated.
– If the INTELLIGENCE function is set to FENCE mode, the
PIP menu will be deactivated.
❖ DIS
[OFF, ON]
Digital Image Stabilization will set the anti-shake
compensation.
 Note :
– If you set DIS to ON, the compensation area will be
enlarged as set in the digital zoom factor.
If you set the digital zoom factor to greater than the
enlarged zoom factor for the compensation, the DIS
function will be deactivated.
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MOTION
ADVANCED
MASK AREA
DISPLAY
SENSITIVITY
RESOLUTION
ALARM OUT
1
OFF
OFF
2 3 4
ON
[4]
[5]
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You can set the motion detection and tracking in the
INTELLIGENCE menu.
❖ MOTION
-H
[OFF,TRACKING,DETECTION]
• TRACKING
Detects and tracks a moving object.
• DETECTION
Detects a moving object.
 Note :
– If it is set to DETECTION, you can not set such functions as
FIXED/MOVED and FENCE in the ADVANCED menu.
❖ ADVANCED
①
[OFF, FIXED/MOVED, FENCE]
Detects a motion of an object and displays an
image of any moving object before tracking the
moving route.
• FENCE
This is to detect if a moving object passes
through the specified LINE or AREA.
In a condition where a moving object is detected
in an analysis of the previous and current frames
whose movement overlaps a certain area, the
system displays “PASS” if the object’s center line
passes through the line while it displays “ENTER”
or “EXIT” if the center point passes through the
area.
②
③
④
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How to use OSD Menu
- How to set the area
‹FENCE‹
LINE
AREA
OFF
OFF
You can set the position and detection direction of the
LINE, and the size and position of the AREA.
- How to set the line
‹LINE‹
PIXEL LEVEL
<POINT>
DIRECTION
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① If you press the SETUP switch with the LINE
option set to ON, you can specify the position
and detection direction of the line.
② If you change the PIXEL LEVEL for setting
the position, specify the pixel that moves by a
single pressure of the cdef switch.
③ In <POINT>, you can specify the first position of
the line by pressing the SETUP switch once, and
the second position by pressing the switch again.
Use the cdef switch to specify the
position.
Set each position of the two points and press the
SETUP switch to complete the positioning.
④ If you change the DIRECTION, you can specify
the detection direction. The detection direction
based on the defined two points will be
displayed on the screen.
① If you press the SETUP switch with the AREA
option set to ON, you can specify the position
and size of the area.
② If you change the PIXEL LEVEL for setting
the position, specify the pixel that moves by a
single pressure of the cdef switch.
③ In <SIZE>, press the SETUP switch and use
the cdef switch to adjust the size.
Press the SETUP switch again to complete the
sizing.
④ In <LOCATION>, press the SETUP switch and
use the cdef switch to specify the position.
Press the SETUP switch again to complete
the positioning.
 Note :
– If you set the LINE of the FENCE to ON, PRIVACY 12 will
not be available.
Functions of FENCE, PIP, DIS and DIGITAL ZOOM (if the
digital zoom factor is set to larger than 1x) can not be
used simultaneously.
– In the boundary of the defined AREA and LINE, a FENCE
detection error may occur if two or more moving objects
overlap with each other or one object separates in
multiple directions.
• FIXED/MOVED
If an object on the screen suddenly disappears or
an object comes out of nowhere and stays for a
certain time, the area will be displayed.
A detection (FIXED/MOVED) error may occur if :
- multiple motions occur continuously in random
directions
- a fixed object moves in one position continuously
- a second object screens the first moving object
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‹AREA‹
PIXEL LEVEL
[4]
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How to use OSD Menu
❖ MASK AREA [1~4]
Specify a detection exception area to mask.
Select a mask number and specify the size and
position.
‹MASK AREA‹
2
8
3
9
4
10
PRIVACY SET
STYLE
5
11
❖ DISPLAY
[ON, OFF]
With the DISPLAY option set to ON, a motion or
a set ADVANCED function will be displayed on
the screen, if detected.
❖ SENSITIVITY
The PRIVACY function will protect your privacy by
screening the privacy area that you have specified
during monitoring. You can specify up to 12 privacy
zones.
①
If you set the PRIVACY SET to ON, your PRIVACY
ZONE settings will be applied.
②
You can change the style to adjust the mosaic size
and color of the PRIVACY ZONE.
[1~7]
[1~5]
❖ ALARM OUT
If you set a desired menu item to ON, the camera
will sound an alert if it detect the appropriate
motion.
‹ALARM OUT‹
ON
ON
3
9
4
10
5
11
6
12
ON
COLOR
[128]
[128]
[128]
Use the cdef switch to select one from
PRIVACY 1 through 12.
Select one from PRIVACY 1~12 and press the
SETUP switch to confirm your setting. You can
specify a pixel that moves as you change the PIXEL
LEVEL to set the position.
‹PRIVACY ZONE SET1‹
PIXEL LEVEL
<POINT>
<POSITION>
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2
8
PRIVACY SET
STYLE
Y-LEVEL
RED
BLUE
ON
ON
ON
 No
–
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1
7
If setting it to high, the camera can detect even a
trivial movement of the target.
MOTION
FIXED/MOVED
FENCE
LINE
AREA
ENTER
EXIT
②
Set the sensitivity of the motion detection.
❖ RESOLUTION
6
12
ON
MOSAIC1
①
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1
7
<SIZE> <LOCATION>
-
PRIVACY ZONE SETUP
[4]
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① If you press the SETUP switch in <POINT>,
you will see the points available in the
PRIVACY ZONE. Each time you press the
SETUP switch, the points available will move.
② Use the cdef switch to set the position
of each point. Set each position of the four
points and press the SETUP switch to
complete the positioning.
- How to set the position
You can move the position of the overall area.
① By pressing the SETUP switch in
<POSITION>, you can move the overall
position of the privacy zone.
② Use the cdef switch to move the
position and press the SETUP switch to
confirm it.
 Note :
– If more than one PRIVACY ZONE is specified and the
PRIVACY SET is set to ON, the PIP function will be
deactivated.
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OSD COLOR
BW
❖ FACTORY DEFAULTS
All the settings will be restored to the factory
default.
However, the settings of PROTOCOL, BAUD
RATE, ADDRESS and LANGUAGE will not be
restored to the default.
❖ OSD COLOR
[BW, R/G/B]
You can set the OSD(On-screen Display) color to
COLOR or B/W.
– If the 12th PRIVACY ZONE is specified, the LINE function
of FENCE will be deactivated.
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- How to set the point
You can set each position of the 4 points.
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RS-485
PROTOCOL
BAUD RATE
ADDRESS
❖ In
SYSTEM INFORMATION
COMMUNICATION
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SAMSUNG
9600
0
The COMMUNICATION menu is used to configure
the settings regarding RS-485 communications.
Use the rear panel of the camera to connect to
RS-485.
TYPE
3_BOX_NOR_N
PROTOCOL
SAMSUNG
ADDRESS
1
COMM. TYPE
RS-485,HALF
BAUD RATE
9600
SERIAL NO. 000000000000000
CAMERA VER.
0.50_090101
EEPROM VER.
0.50_090101
You can view the system information including the
protocol, address, baud rate, serial number, camera
version, and EEP version.
LANGUAGE
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ÃENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
DEUTSCH
ESPAÑOL
ITALIANO
[Camera I/O Connector]
Use the cdef switch to specify the protocol,
baud rate and address (0~255) for communications.
❖ PROTOCOL
Select a communication protocol.
❖ BAUD RATE
The camera supports 5 different languages.
Select a baud rate.
Select a preferred language.
 Note :
– The baud rate differs, depending on the specified
protocol.
❖ ADDRESS
[0~255]
You must specify a unique address for each
camera in the same RS-485 network.
To control a specific camera, you must match the
address of the camera with that of the DVR or the
controller.
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How to use OSD Menu
❖ Initial Configuration Table
• Camera Configuration
CAMERA ID
OFF
IRIS
ALC
AGC
VERY HIGH
MOTION
DNR
(F.FAST)
MID
SHUTTER
OFF
SENS-UP
AUTO x4
(OFF)
XDR
MID
DAY/NIGHT
AUTO
DIGITAL ZOOM
OFF
DETAIL
[2]
AGC COLOR SUP
MID
REVERSE
OFF
POSI/NEGA
ENG
FLICKERLESS
+
PIP
OFF
DIS
OFF
V-SYNC
INT
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Specifications
SPECIFICATIONS
Items
Sub-items
SCC-B2333N
Camera Type
CCTV Camera (DAY/NIGHT)
Device
Image
Pixels
1/3” Super-HAD IT CCD
Total
811 x 508
Effective
768 x 494
System
Interlace
Scanning Line
525 lines
Frame
Scanning
30frame/1sec
Horizontal
Frequency
Vertical
Frequency
Min. Scene
Illumination
Internal Mode
15,734 Hz
Line-lock Mode
15,750 Hz
Internal Mode
59.94 Hz
Line-lock Mode
Sens-up
OFF
OFF
OFF
512 times
512 times
512 times
Condition
F No.
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
50
30
15
50
30
15
IRE
IRE
IRE
IRE
IRE
IRE
Min. Scene illumination
DAY
NIGHT
0.4 Lux
0.04
0.24 Lux
0.024
0.12 Lux
0.012
0.0008 Lux
0.00008
0.00047 Lux
0.000047
0.00023 Lux
0.000023
Number of Privacy Zone
12 (Polygonal Method)
Day/Night
DAY/NIGHT/AUTO/EXT
Motion Detection
OFF/Tracking/Detection
eXtended Dynamic Range(XDR)
Off/On (Level Setting)
D-Zoom
x1 ~ x16 (x0.1 STEP)
E
Lux
Lux
Lux
Lux
Lux
Lux
PIP
Off/On
High Speed Shutter
1/60 ~ 1/10Ksec (OSD/External Control)
Flickerless
Functions
60 Hz
Level
Off/On
Sens-Up
x2 ~ x512
BLC
Off/On (Area Setting)
AGC
Off/On (Max.Level Setting)
ELC
Off/On ( ~ 1/200K sec)
Line Lock
Off/On (Phase Control)
Camera ID
Off/On (Max.54ea/2Line)
White Balance
ATW1/ATW2/AWC/3200K/5600K
Digital Noise Reduction(DNR)
Off/On (Adaptive 3D+2D)
Digital Image Stabilization(DIS)
Off/On
Intelligent Video
Fixed/Moved, Fence
Etc. Function
Detail, Reverse(H/V), Posi/Nega
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Specifications
Items
Sub-items
SCC-B2333N
Horizontal
600 TV Lines
Vertical
350 TV Lines
Video Output
-
VBS 1.0Vp-p, 75 Ω
S/N Ratio
S/N Ratio
Approx. 52dB
Lens Drive Type
MANUAL/AI(VIDEO/DC)
Mount Type
CS/C
Resolution
Lens
Alarm
Input
N/A
Output
1 Output
Coaxitron (Data On Coax cable)
Yes (with SCX-RD100)
RS-485
Yes (Multi Protocol, 8ea)
Environmental
Conditions
Operating Temperature
-10˚C ~ +50˚C
Humidity
Less than 90%
Power Requirement
AC24V ± 10%(60Hz ± 0.3Hz)
DC12V ± 10%
Power Consumption
(With DC Lens)
In normal operation : 2.3W
In switching the DAY/NIGHT filter : 2.8W
Power
LED Indicator
Dimensions
(WxHxD)
Physical
Specification
Weight
Color
Yes
Net
64(W) x 58(H) x 109.2(D) mm
Package
173(W) x 99(H) x 115(D) mm
Net
305g
Package
530g
Body
Silver
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Specifications
Items
Sub-items
SCC-B2333P / SCC-B2033P
Camera Type
CCTV Camera (DAY/NIGHT)
Device
Image
Pixels
1/3” Super-HAD IT CCD
Total
795 x 596
Effective
752 x 582
System
Interlace
Scanning Line
625 lines
Frame
Scanning
25frame/1sec
Horizontal
Frequency
Vertical
Frequency
Min. Scene
Illumination
Internal Mode
15,625 Hz
Line-lock Mode
15,625 Hz
Internal Mode
50 Hz
Line-lock Mode
Sens-up
OFF
OFF
OFF
512 times
512 times
512 times
Condition
F No.
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
Resolution
50 Hz
Level
50
30
15
50
30
15
IRE
IRE
IRE
IRE
IRE
IRE
Min. Scene illumination
DAY
NIGHT
0.4 Lux
0.04
0.24 Lux
0.024
0.12 Lux
0.012
0.0008 Lux
0.00008
0.00047 Lux
0.000047
0.00023 Lux
0.000023
Number of Privacy Zone
12 (Polygonal Method)
Day/Night
DAY/NIGHT/AUTO/EXT
Motion Detection
OFF/Tracking/Detection
eXtended Dynamic Range(XDR)
Off/On (Level Setting)
D-Zoom
Max. x16
Lux
Lux
Lux
Lux
Lux
Lux
PIP
Off/On
High Speed Shutter
1/50 ~ 1/10Ksec (OSD/External Control)
Flickerless
Functions
E
Off/On
Sens-Up
x2 ~ x512
BLC
Off/On (Area Setting)
AGC
Off/On (Max.Level Setting)
ELC
Off/On ( ~ 1/200K sec)
Line Lock
Off/On (Phase Control)
Camera ID
Off/On (Max.54ea/2Line)
White Balance
ATW1/ATW2/AWC/3200K/5600K
Digital Noise Reduction(DNR)
Off/On (Adaptive 3D+2D)
Digital Image Stabilization(DIS)
Off/On
Intelligent Video
Fixed/Moved, Fence
Etc. Function
Detail, Reverse(H/V), Posi/Nega
Horizontal
600 TV Lines
Vertical
350 TV Lines
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Specifications
Items
Sub-items
Video Output
-
S/N Ratio
Lens
SCC-B2333P / SCC-B2033P
VBS 1.0Vp-p, 75 Ω
S/N Ratio
Approx. 52dB
Lens Drive Type
MANUAL/AI(VIDEO/DC)
Mount Type
CS/C
Alarm
Input
N/A
Output
1 Output
Coaxitron (Data On Coax cable)
Yes (with SCX-RD100)
RS-485
Yes (Multi Protocol, 8ea)
Environmental
Conditions
Operating Temperature
-10˚C ~ +50˚C
Humidity
Less than 90%
Power Requirement
SCC-B2333P : AC24V ± 10%(50Hz±0.3Hz)
DC12V ± 10%
SCC-B2033P : AC220V ± 10%(50Hz±0.3Hz)
Power Consumption
(With DC Lens)
In Normal operation :
SCC-B2333P : 2.3W
SCC-B2033P : 2.9W
In switching the DAY/NIGHT filter :
SCC-B2333P :2.8W
SCC-B2033P : 3.4W
Power
LED Indicator
Dimensions
(WxHxD)
Physical
Specification
Yes
Net
Package
173(W) x 99(H) x 115(D) mm
Net
SCC-B2333P : Approx. 305g
SCC-B2033P : Approx. 395g
Package
SCC-B2333P : Approx. 530g
SCC-B2033P : Approx. 620g
Body
Silver
Weight
Color
SCC-B2333P : 64(W) x 58(H) x 109.2(D) mm
SCC-B2033P : 64(W) x 58(H) x 129.2(D) mm
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