Vision VPD370WD User`s manual

User’s Manual of Speed Domes
VPD270, VPD330WD & VPD370WD Series
Please read this manual carefully before installation and operation of the product.
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Rev. 0_August 30, 201
Table of contents
1. Features ----------------------------------------------------------------------------2. Precaution--------------------------------------------------------------------------3. Part Names and Functions ---------------------------------------------■ Body
■ Package
■ Camera cable connection
■ DIP Switch setting
■ Camera ID setting
■ RS-485 Comminication setting
Installation -----------------------------------------------------------------------5. Functional description ---------------------------------------------------4.
■ Setup Menu Overview
■ Main Menu
1) PAN/TILT setting
2) Camera setting
3) Autoseq setting
4) Zone setting
5) Alarm setting
6) Initialize setting
7. Product Structure ----------------------------------------------------------8. Specifications -----------------------------------------------------------------
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1. Features
* Dynamic and precise AF control
The camera can trace and pick up the object, moving fast from the scene with powerful 324 times(Optical 27x, Digital
12x), 396 times(Optical 33x, Digital 12x), 444 times(Optical 37x, Digital 12x) zoom by greatly improved Auto Focus
control.
* Removable Motorized IR Cut Filter(ICR)
* Viewable at total darkness
The image at daytime displays as True Color with IR Cut filter attached and turns to
Clear B/W(color signal removed) mode at night(True Day/Night). With ICR, it comes to IR sensitive and enables the
camera to view the scene at total darkness.
*Super Wide Dynamic(sWDR)
With new powerful DSP system integrated, it makes more 126 times upgraded Backlight compensation than
that of existing BLC system
* High resolution of 550TVL(Color)/ 680TVL(Night)
* Powerful 27x/ 33x/ 37x optical zoom
* Extremely upgraded sensitivity of 0.7Lux(Sens-up off)/ 0.002Lux(Sens-up, 256x)/ 0.06Lux(B/W)
Clear difference with built –in Super DSP system and ICR mechanism is to surveil Objects clearly at even a starless
dark night. In addition the built –in Dynamic Noise Reduction(DNR) removes noises and ghost effect to have the
picture quality greatly improved.
It also saves the DVR’s recoding capacity up to 70%.
* Quick and Easy installation
Dome base is separated and easily mounted on the ceiling and the main body is simply hooked on it
by hand with no tool. No complicated cable connection is additionally required with the built-in one-stop
connection mechanism
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2. Precaution
Safety Precautions
* The purpose of this information is to ensure proper use of this product to prevent danger to damage to property.
Please be sure to observe all precautions
* The precautions are divided into “Warnings” and “Cautions” as distinguished below;
Warning : Ignoring these warnings may result in death or serious injury.
Caution : Ignoring these cautions may result in injury or damage to property.
Warning :instructions alert you to
Caution : instructions alert you to the
the potential risk of death
potential risk of injury or
or serious injury
damage to property
Warnings
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter which is specified in the specification sheet.
Using any other adapters could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to the product.
2. When connecting the power supply and signal wires, check the external connection terminal before connecting
them. Connect the alarm signal wires to the alarm terminals, the AC adaptor to the AC power input receptacle,
and the DC adapter to the DC power Input, making sure that the correct polarity is observed.
(Connecting the power supply incorrectly may cause fire, electrical 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 on a wall or ceiling, fasten it securely and firmly.
(A falling camera may cause personal injury)
6. Do not place conductive objects(e.g. screwdrivers, coins, and metal things) or containers filled with water on top of
the camera.
(Doing so may cause personal injury due to fire, electrical shock or falling objects)
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7. Do not install the unit in humid, dirty, or sooty locations
(Doing so may cause fire or electrical shock.)
8. If any unusual smell or smoke comes from the unit, stop using the product.
In such case, immediately disconnect the power source and contact the store of purchase.
(Continued use in such a condition may cause fire or electrical shock.)
9. If this product fails to operate normally, contact the store of purchase.
Never disassemble or modify this product in any way.
10. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product.
(Doing so may cause fire or electrical shock.)
Wipe the surface with a dry cloth. Never use detergents or chemical cleaners on the product, as this may result in
discoloration of surface or cause damage to the finish.
Cautions
1. Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong shock to it. Keep away from a location subject to excessive
vibration or magnetic interference.
2. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature(over 122℉), low temperature(below 14℉) or high humidity.
(Doing so may cause fire or electrical shock.)
3. Avoid a location which is exposed to direct sunlight or near heat sources such as heater or radiators.
(Neglecting to do so may result in a risk of fire.)
4. If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off the power and then move or reinstall it.
5. Install in a well-ventilated location.
6. Remove the power plug from the outlet when there is a lightning storm.
(Neglecting to do so may cause fire or damage to the product.)
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3) Part Names and Functions
■ Body
Video output
Camera Mounting Base
Power(24VAC)
Alarm Input
Relay output
RS-485 DATA
Safety Wire
Decorative Cover(provided)
Dome Anchor Ring
Dome Cover
Rotate the dome anchor ring to the left to remove it.
The dome cover is easily damaged
And should be handled with care
Alarm In/out Cable
Lenz
Lens
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ALARM IN 4
RED
5
ALARM IN 3
SHIELD
4
GND
YELLOW
3
GND
BLUE
2
ALARM IN 2
BLACK
ALARM IN 1
WHITE
1
6
Relay Output Cable
RS-485 Cable
6
N.C
5
COM2
YELLOW
4
OUT2
BLUE
3
COM1
BLACK
2
OUT1
WHITE
1
N.C
+
TRX+
-
TRX-
■Package
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8
■ Camera cable connection
■
DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
In a configuration where the camera’s RS485 data port is used for Camera control(pan, tilt, etc.) by the system
controller, the camera’s DIP switches must be configured to specify the camera ID and communication parameters.
The camera mounting base needs to be removed to access the DIP switches.
See step 1 & 2 on page ? for the information about how to remove the camera mounting base.
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■ Camera ID setting
The factory default settings of these DIP switches are ID 1
(1-ON,0-OFF) SW1~SW8
DIP SW
ID
DIP SW
ID
DIP SW
ID
10000000
1
10101000
21
10010100
41
01000000
2
01101000
22
01010100
42
11000000
3
11101000
23
11010100
43
00100000
4
00011000
24
00110100
44
10100000
5
10011000
25
10110100
45
01100000
6
01011000
26
01110100
46
11100000
7
11011000
27
11110100
47
00010000
8
00111000
28
00001100
48
10010000
9
10111000
29
10001100
49
01010000
10
01111000
30
01001100
50
11010000
11
11111000
31
11001100
51
00110000
12
00000100
32
00101100
52
10110000
13
10000100
33
10101100
53
01110000
14
01000100
34
01101100
54
11110000
15
11000100
35
11101100
55
00001000
16
00100100
36
00011100
56
10001000
17
10100100
37
10011100
57
01001000
18
01100100
38
01011100
58
11001000
19
11100100
39
11011100
59
00101000
20
00010100
40
00111100
60
DIP SW
ID
DIP SW
ID
DIP SW
ID
10111100
61
11000110
99
10010001
137
01111100
62
00100110
100
01010001
138
11111100
63
10100110
101
11010001
139
00000010
64
01100110
102
00110001
140
10000010
65
11100110
103
10110001
141
01000010
66
00010110
104
01110001
142
11000010
67
10010110
105
11110001
143
00100010
68
01010110
106
00001001
144
10100010
69
11010110
107
10001001
145
10
01100010
70
00110110
108
01001001
146
11100010
71
10110110
109
11001001
147
00010010
72
01110110
110
00101001
148
10010010
73
11110110
111
10101001
149
01010010
74
00001110
112
01101001
150
11010010
75
10001110
113
11101001
151
00110010
76
01001110
114
00011001
152
10110010
77
11001110
115
10011001
153
01110010
78
00101110
116
01011001
154
11110010
79
10101110
117
11011001
155
00001010
80
01101110
118
00111001
156
10001010
81
11101110
119
10111001
157
01001010
82
00011110
120
01111001
158
11001010
83
10011110
121
11111001
159
00101010
84
01011110
122
00000101
160
10101010
85
11011110
123
10000101
161
01101010
86
00111110
124
01000101
162
11101010
87
10111110
125
11000101
163
00011010
88
01111110
126
00100101
164
10011010
89
11111110
127
10100101
165
01011010
90
00000001
128
01100101
166
11011010
91
10000001
129
11100101
167
00111010
92
01000001
130
00010101
168
10111010
93
11000001
131
10010101
169
01111010
94
00100001
132
01010101
170
11111010
95
10100001
133
11010101
171
00000110
96
01100001
134
00110101
172
10000110
97
11100001
135
10110101
173
01000110
98
00010001
136
01110101
174
DIP SW
ID
DIP SW
ID
DIP SW
ID
11110101
175
01010011
202
10100111
229
00001101
176
11010011
203
01100111
230
10001101
177
00110011
204
11100111
231
01001101
178
10110011
205
00010111
232
11001101
179
01110011
206
10010111
233
00101101
180
11110011
207
01010111
234
10101101
181
00001011
208
11010111
235
11
01101101
182
10001011
209
00110111
236
11101101
183
01001011
210
10110111
237
00011101
184
11001011
211
01110111
238
10011101
185
00101011
212
11110111
239
01011101
186
10101011
213
00001111
240
11011101
187
01101011
214
10001111
241
00111101
188
11101011
215
01001111
242
10111101
189
00011011
216
11001111
243
01111101
190
10011011
217
00101111
244
11111101
191
01011011
218
10101111
245
00000011
192
11011011
219
01101111
246
10000011
193
00111011
220
11101111
247
01000011
194
10111011
221
00011111
248
11000011
195
01111011
222
10011111
249
00100011
196
11111011
223
01011111
250
10100011
197
00000111
224
11011111
251
01100011
198
10000111
225
00111111
252
11100011
199
01000111
226
10111111
253
00010011
200
11000111
227
01111111
254
10010011
201
00100111
228
11111111
255
■
RS485 Communication setting
Configuring DIP Switch as shown below resets communication parameters from the factory default setting by using
SW9 and SW10
SW10
SW9
BUAD RATE
PROTOCAL
0
0
9600BPS
PELCO-D
0
1
4800BPS
PELCO-D
1
0
9600BPS
PELCO-P
1
1
4800BPS
PELCO-P
NOTE
Factory Default : 9600bps, PELCO-D
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4.
Installation
■ Preparing the Camera and Decorative Cover for Side Cable Exit
The camera and decorative cover should be prepared as shown below when mounting the camera on a ceiling or wall
with its cables(power, video output, RS485, alarm in Relay out) exiting from the side.
The camera mounting base needs to be removed in order to prepare the camera.
See step 1 and 2 below for information about how to remove the camera mounting base.
* Prevent the dome cover from being scratched by placing it on a soft cloth while you are working.
Preparing the Decorative Cover
Cut it off with a razor knife
■ Installing the Camera for Indoor
* Select an installation location that is strong enough to withstand the total weight of the camera.
Installing the camera at a location that is too week can cause it to fall.
* If you are using an optional bracket to install the camera, install the bracket in accordance with the instructions that
come with it
1. Remove the fixing screw(M3x6) that secures the camera to the mounting base and put the screw in a place where it
will not become lost.
Step 1
Fixing screw
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After loosening the screw,
press upwards on the camera and
then remove it
2. Rotate the camera base unit in the direction indicated by the arrow and remove it.
Step 2
Rotate
otate
Pull the camera
Mounting base
Up to remove it
3. To install the camera mounting base to ceiling, attach a template and drill the holes.
If you are using the top cable exit configuration, drill the top cable exit part to a template.
Mark here
Note
When you use the camera mount base without a template, you can mark the location of four mounting holes & drill the
holes.
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4.
Affix the camera mounting base onto the ceiling.
Use screws(M4) at the locations you marked above to secure the mounting base to the ceiling.
Screw
Screws
(M4, available separately)
5.
Attach the safety wire for securing the camera to the mounting base.
Pull on the safety wire to make sure its ring is securely connected to the mounting base.
Safety Wire Ring
NOTE
The safety wire is designed to allow the camera to hang from it.
Do not apply force greater than the weight of the camera to the wire.
Safety
6. Install the camera onto the mounting base.
Wire ring
Aligning with the mounting base, press down on the camera as far as it will go and rotate in the direction
indicated by the arrow.
7. Use the fixing screw you removed in step 1 in order to secure the camera to the mounting base.
8. Check the installation
* Is the camera leveled and installed securely?
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* Is the camera free to looseness?
* Does the fixed part of the camera remain in place when you try to rotate it?
Rotate
Back
Camera
Mounting Base
Camera
Camera
9. Separate the two parts of the decorative cover(that comes with camera)
Press upwards on the decorative cover at the points marked ■(indicated by the arrows in the illustration below) to
unlock the two parts from each other.
When removing the decorative cover, the direction to press(←) is shown on the side of the decorative cover.
Fix securely
Unlock
Back
Back
Press
Unlock
Press
Fix securely
Press
Press
Caution
Pressing up on the wrong side of the decorative cover can damage it.
10. Put the two parts of the decorative cover on the left and right side of the camera and hook them together.
Align the hooks and press one piece indicated by the arrow in the illustration below into the other piece.
Hold securely
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Back
Align
Press
Press
Hook
Press
11. In case that the cable exits on the ceiling, fix the decorative cover to the ceiling firmly.
In case that the cable exits to the side, align the cutout in the decorative cover with the cable and slide
the decorative cover up firmly against the ceiling.
Top Cable Exit Configuration
Side Cable Exit Configuration
Align with cutout
■ Installing the Camera for Outdoor
Features
* Aluminum body and Polycarbonate Dome Cover.
* IP66 rated water/dust resistant and remarkable durability.
* Built-in Fan, Heater & Temperature sensor.
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* Quick and easy to install.
* Neat design suitable for interior/exterior decoration
Precautions
* Note that you need to read carefully all contents related to safety and application methods before application.
* Be sure to use the Safety Wire Ring.
* Fasten the bracket strong enough to support the camera weight(approx. 5.5Kgs)
* The locations for installing the housing should be strong enough to fully secure the accessories, and all installations
need to be carried out by experienced engineers.
* Do not use chemicals for cleaning the enclosure as it may damage the surface.
Installation overview
Hexagonal Wrench
4-M4x10 Screw
Wall mount bracket
Wall mount O-Ring
Outdoor Main Body
Indoor Camera
Outdoor Dome Cover
Installation
1. Make four holes on the wall using the template provided.
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2. After removing the mounting fix screw(M3), rotate the camera mounting base clockwise to remove it.
3. Fix the camera mounting base to the inside of the outdoor main body with the four screws(M4x8)
4. Attach the wall mount bracket to the wall and run cables. Be sure to line up it with for holes in the wall.
5. After inserting an O-Ring to the outdoor main body, attach the main body to the wall mount bracket with four
screws(M4x10) by wrench.
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6. After attaching the indoor camera to the camera mounting base, turn and fix it clockwise. And tighten the mounting
fix screw with screw driver.
7. Insert the M4 x 10 bolt screws to secure the outdoor dome cover to the outdoor main body.
Specification
Operating
-40°C ~ +50°C
Temperature
Humidity
0 to 90% RH
Power Source
AC24V/1A
Construction
Aluminum & PC Plastic
20
IP rating
IP66
Fan
AC24V Operating at over 40°C
Heater
AC24V/18W Operating at below 4°C
Weight
5,500g
Dimension(mm)
Ø260 x 367(H)
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Functional Description
■
Setup Menu Overview
In this chapter, we will look over the overall structure of the Setup Menu and then look at the functions of each menu .
PAN/TILT
ID DISPLAY
→ ON/OFF
SET
CAM NAME
→ MAIN CAMERA
NAME DISPLAY → OFF/ON
CAMERA
FIRMWARE
→ ENGLISH
DIGITAL FLIP
→ ON/OFF
FREEZE
→ OFF/ON
BACKLIGHT
<HLC>
SET
OFF/<WDR>/<USER>
WDR
WDR LIMIT → LOW/MID/HIGH
WDR LEVEL → 0~100
BLC
→ LOW/HIGH
LEVEL
→ 1~100
WINDOW TOP
WINDOW BOTTOM → 1~100
HLC
WINDOW LEFT
→ 1~100
WINDOW RIGHT
→ 1~100
HLC LEVEL
→ LOW/HIGH
MASK COLOR → 0~10
MD
MD NUM
→ 1~8
MD DEFINE
→ OFF/ON
MD DISPLAY
→ OFF/ON
SENSITIVITY
→ LOW/HIGH
AREA TOP
→ 1~26
AREA BOTTOM
→ 5~39
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AREA LEFT
→ 1~44
AREA RIGHT
→ 5~48
ATW
ATW MODE
→ ATW/MANUAL/<HOLD>
OUTDOOR/INDOOR
MANUAL RED → 0~200
MANUAL BLUE→ 0~200
FOCUS
→ MANUAL/AUTO/ZOOMTG
FOCUS MODE
ZOOM TRK MODE→OFF/ON
/ZOOM
ZOOM TRK SPD →FAST/SLOW
AE
DIGITAL ZOOM
→OFF/ON
ZOOM MAG
→2X/4X/6X/8X/10X/12X
BRIGHTNESS
→ 0~100
IRIS
→ AUTO/MANUAL
IRIS MANUAL
→ F1.6 ~CLOSE
SHUTTER
→ ESC/MAN/A.FLK
SHUTTER MAUAL→ X256~1/120000
AGC
→ OFF/LOW/MID/HIGH
SSNR
→ OFF/LOW/MID/HIGH
DSS
→ X2~X256, OFF
DAY
& NIGHT
D/N MODE
→ COLOR/BW/AUTO
BURST MODE → OFF/ON
BURST LEVEL → 0~100
DURATION
→ FAST/SLOW
FILTER DELAY → 5/7/10/20/30/40/60SEC
SPECIAL
H-REV
→ OFF/ON
V-REV
→ OFF/ON
DIS
→ OFF/ON
SHARPNESS → 0~100
COLOR
AUTOSEQ
SET
PRESET
→ 0~100
→ 1~128
PRESET NO
PRESET DEFINE →OFF/<ON>
PRESET NAME → OFF/<ON>
P/T POSITION
→ P/T ANGLE
BRIGHTNESS
→ 0~100
ATW
→ <SET>
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TOUR
BLC
→ <SET>
TOUR NO
→1~5
TOUR NO DEF
→ OFF/<ON>
NAME
→ TOURGROUP1
TOUR NAME DEF → OFF/<ON>
→ 1~120
DWELL TIME
SCAN
→1~5
SCAN NO
SCAN DEFINE
→ OFF/ON
NAME
→ SCANGROUP1
SCAN NAME DEFINE→OFF/<ON>
PAN START POS
→<180>
PAN END POS
→<350>
TILT POS
→<45>
SCAN SPEED
→5˚,10˚,15˚,20˚/S
PATTERN
PATT NUMBER
→ 1~2
PATT DEFINE
→ OFF/ON
NAME
→ PATTERN001
PATT NAME DEF →OFF/<ON>
PATT RECORD →OFF/<ON>
PATT SPEED
AUTO RUN
OFF/SEQ/TOUR/SCAN/PATT
ZONE
AREA SEL
→ 1~8
SET
AREA DEFINE
→ OFF/ON
AREA NEW SET
→ OFF/ON
TOP/BOTTOM-1 → XXX
TOP/BOTTOM-2 → XXX
LEFT/RIGHT-1
→ XXX
LEFT/RIGHT-2
→ XXX
ALARM
ALARM DISPLAY → OFF/ON
SET
ALARM IN
→ <SET>
ALARM OUT
→ OFF/ON
TIME OUT
→ 1~10SEC
INITIALIZE
SET
→ 5˚,10˚,15˚,20˚/S
POWER ON RESET
PAN/TILT INIT
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CAMERA INIT
AUTOSEQ INIT
PRIVACY ZONE INIT
FACTORY INIT
System INFO
This diagram shown above illustrates the overall structure of the setup menu.
In this section, a description of the setup menu features will enable users to tailor it to their personal needs.
MAIN MENU
1. PAN TILT SET
2. CAMERA SET
3. AUTOSEQ SET
4. ZONE SET
5. INITIALIZE SET
1. PAN TILT SET
1. ID DISPLAY:
<ON>/OFF
2. CAM NAME:
MAINCAMERA
3. NAME DISPLAY:
OFF/<ON>
4. FIRMWARE:
ENGLISH
5. DIGITAL FLIP:
ON/ OFF
6. FREEZE:
OFF/ON
Selection
: UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT KEY
Menu open : IRIS OPEN KEY
Menu close : IRIS CLOSE KEY
■ ID DISPLAY – Camera ID appears on the screen.
OFF
: The ID does not appear on the screen.
<ON> : The ID appears on the screen.
When changing the location of the ID, press IRIS OPEN KEY in the condition of <ON>. Then, you can move to ID
DISPLAY Menu.
■ CAM NAME – Maximum of 10 characters can be input. When changing the camera name, press the IRIS OPEN
Key after NAME DISPLAY is set to <ON>.
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■ DIGITAL FLIP
OFF : It operates TILT below 90°.
ON
: It operates TILT over 90°.
■ FREEZE
When you move to Preset, the screen displays the frozen image of the current displayed preset.
OFF : It displays the current image.
ON
: It displays the frozen image.
<Caution>
FREEZE works at TOUR in AUTORUN MODE.
1.1. ID DISPLAY
ID location can be changed as follows.
1. Select <ON> from ID DISPLAY.
2. Press IRIS OPEN KEY.
MOVE: U/D/L/R
EXIT: IRISCLOSE
Selection : UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT KEY
Menu open : IRIS OPEN KEY
Menu close : IRIS CLOSE KEY
3. Press IRIS CLOSE KEY when finished.
1.2 CAMERA NAME DISPLAY
CAMERA NAME: MAINCAMERA
0123456789ABCDEFGH
IJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
DELETE
:
<IRISOPEN>
POSITION :
<IRISOPEN>
Selection : UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT KEY
Menu open : IRIS OPEN KEY
Menu close : IRIS CLOSE KEY
The method of Camera naming is as follows;
1. Select DELETE and cancel MAINCAMERA by pressing the IRIS OPEN KEY.
2. Move to the desired characters from 0 to Z and press the IRIS OPEN KEY.
3. Repeat step 2 until the name is completed.
4. If you want to change the location of the camera name, select position and press the IRIS OPEN KEY.
How to change the location of camera name is the same as changing ID DISPLAY
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2. CAMERA SET
1. BACKLIGHT----------OFF/<WDR>/USER
2. MOTION DET
3. ATW
-----<SET>
----------------<SET>
4. FOCUS/ZOOM ------<SET>
5. AE ----------------------<SET>
6. DAY&NIGHT ---------<SET>
7. SPECIAL --------------<SET>
2.1. BACK LIGHT
WDR(for Optical 33x/ 37x zoom only), USER AREA & HLC are selectable.
* WDR *
It is an ideal set up for the most of different levels of backlit or contrast lighting situations and provides no darker
subjects when there are a dark portion and a bright portion on the screen simultaneously.
* HLC *
It cuts off the strong light like “headlight” to recognize a license plate or subject clear in the entrance of parking garage
or at gas station. It doesn’t work at daytime.
* USER AREA*
User can set area to recognize the specific area clear.
2.1.1. WDR LEVEL SETUP
1. WDR LIMIT:
LOW/MID/HIGH
2. WDR LEVEL:
0~100
■ WDR LIMIT
Sensitivity of WDR can be controllable to LOW/MIG/HIGH. If the sensitivity gets higher, the contract between dark
areas and bright areas becomes lessened.
■ WDR LEVEL
Brightness of WDR image can be wholly adjustable.
<Caution>
1. If SHUTTER is set to MANUAL, WDR function doesn’t work.
2. In case that color of image goes wrong according to the lighting condition and noise occurs in the bright area under
WDR selection, do not use WDR function.
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2.1.2. BLC USER SETUP
1. WINDOW
OFF/ON
2. LEVEL
LOW/HIGH
3. WINDOW TOP
1~100
4. WINDOW BOTTOM
1~100
5. WINDOW LEFT
1~100
6. WINDOW RIGHT
1~100
Above menu is selectable and adjustable by controller.
2.1.3. HLC LEVEL SETUP
1. HLC LEVEL
LOW/HIGH
2. MASK COLOR
0~10
■ HLC LEVEL
Sensitivity is adjustable.
■ MASK COLOR
Masking color on the high light is adjustable.
2.2. MOTION DETECT
1. MD NUM :
1~8
2. MD DEFINE :
OFF/ON
3. MD DISPLAY :
OFF/ON
4. AREA DISPLAY
OFF/ON
5. SENSITIVITY
LOW/HIGHT
6. AREA TOP
1~26
7. ARA BOTTOM
5~30
8. ARA LEFT
1~44
9. AREA RIGHT
5~48
If MD DISPLAY is set to ON, “MOTION” appears on the bottom right.
Motion Detection doesn’t work when OSD MENU is activated.
■ MD DEFINE
When DEFINE is ON, MD AREA can be set up to 8.
■ SENSITIVITY
Sensitivity of Motion Detection is adjustable.
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If the sensitivity gets higher, there is a possibility to have incorrect workings.
<Caution>
1. Motion Detection doesn’t work in SCAN & PATTERN setting.
2. When user uses MD, DWELL TIME should be set over 3 seconds at least in TOUR setting.
3. If there is a shaken lighting directly, do not set the MD because there may be an incorrect working.
4. If there is an instant change for lights which has an effect on the subject, an incorrect working may occurs.
5. This MD function is for neither fire protection nor antitheft so that provider is free from any responsibilities of the
malfunction.
2.3. ATW
1. ATW MODE:
AUTO/MANUAL/<HOLD>/
OUT DR/IN DR
2. MANUAL RED:
0 ~ 200
3. MANUAL BLUE:
0 ~ 200
Menu Shift : UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT KEY
Menu Open : IRIS OPEN KEY
Menu Close : IRIS CLOSE KEY
It is set to White Balance under any lighting conditions.
■ ATW MODE  ATW
White Balance is compensated automatically.
■ ATW MODE  < HOLD >
White Balance will be optimized under the current light condition. If the light condition is changed, White Balance
should be readjusted.
It works by pressing IRIS OPEN KEY when < HOLD > is off.
■ ATW MODE  OUT DR
White Balance will be optimized under the outdoor environment.
■ ATW MODE  IN DR
White Balance will be optimized under the indoor environment.
■ ATW MODE  MANUAL
White Balance is adjustable by RED and BLUE gains manually.
<Caution>
1.
When it is too dark or bright on the background, White Balance may not function properly.
2.
At the place the camera is directed towards the fluorescent light or lighting conditions are
changeable, White Balance may work improperly.
2.4. FOCUS/ZOOM
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1. FOUCS MODE:
2. ZOOM TRK MODE:
MANUAL/AUTO/ZMTRG
ON/OFF
FAST/SLOW
3. ZOOM TRK SPEED:
4. DIGITAL ZOOM:
5. ZOOM MAG:
OFF/ON
2X/4X/6X/8X/10X/12X
■ FOCUS MODE
* MANUAL
FOCUS is adjustable manually.
* AUTO
FOCUS is adjustable automatically.
* ZMTRG
Whenever ZOOM is changed, FOCUS is also readjusted.
■ ZOOM TRK MODE
When ZOOM is changed in Wide <-> Tele, user can select if FOCUS will be worked or not.
It is applied only to AUTO and ZOOM TRK mode. When user moves ZOOM to a specific area and wants to get faster,
ZOOM TRK MODE should be set to Off.
<Caution>
Under the following conditions, AUTO FOCUS may not work properly.
1.
When the lux level is too low or too high
2.
When a short distance object and a close distance object appear together in a monitoring area.
3.
When there is no contrast between Black and White.
■ ZOOM TRK SPEED
The higher value speeds up ZOOM operation.
2.5. AE
1. BRIGHTNESS:
0 ~ 100
2. IRIS:
AUTO/MANUAL
3. IRIS MANUAL:
F1.6 ~ CLOSE
4. SHUTTER:
ESC/MANUAL/A.FLK
5. SHUTTER MANUAL:
X256~1/120000
6.AGC:
OFF/LOW/MID/HIGH
7. SSNR:
OFF/LOW/MID/HIGH
8. DSS:
X2~X256, OFF
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■ BRIGHTNESS : Brightness on the screen is adjustable.
■ IRIS
The brightness on the screen can be adjustable depending on the amount of light through exposure meter.
AUTO : The exposure meter is adjusted automatically.
MANUAL :
User can adjust the exposure meter manually to optimize the brightness on the screen.
■ SHUTTER
When capturing a subject, moving fast or under low light condition, user can adjust the shutter speed to faster or
slower to get improved images.
ESC : Shutter speed is controlled automatically according to the brightness on the screen.
MANUAL :
Shutter speed is controlled in 1/20000 ~ X128 manually.
A.FLK : Use this mode when the screen flickers due to the inconsistent frequency under surrounding lights.
In this mode, shutter speed fixed at 1/100 sec. in NTSC system and 1/120 sec. in PAL system.
■ SHUTTER MANUAL
Shutter speed is controllable only when SHUTTER is set to MANUAL.
■ AGC
Auto Gain Control is to brighten the screen under the low light condition.
■ SSNR ( DIGITAL NOISE REDUCTION )
Noise is lessened under the low light condition.
OFF : Noise reduction has no effect.
LOW: Noise reduction effect is small but there is little afterimage.
MID: Noise reduction effect generally goes proper and afterimage is not strong.
HIGH: Noise reduction effect is excellent but afterimage is also strong.
■ DSS
By controlling Electronic Shutter, it makes the screen brightened under the low light condition.
However, if user sets higher ratio of DSS, afterimage becomes stronger and Auto Focus may not work.
<Caution>
1. If possible, do not use A.FLK and WDR mode at the same time.
2. In internal synchronization system, if SHUTTER is set to ESC and the camera faces to sunlight or strong light
reflecting areas directly, the screen goes wrong. In this case, change the location of the camera.
3. In case that SHUTTER is set to MANUAL or A.FLK, SENSUP LIMIT doesn’t work.
4. SSNR doesn’t work when AGC is OFF.
2.6. DAY&NIGHT
1. D/N MODE:
COLOR/BW/AUTO
2. BURST MODE:
OFF/ON
3. BURST LEVEL:
0 ~ 100
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4.DURATION:
FAST/SLOW
5. FILTER DELAY:
5/7/10/15/20/30/40/60SEC
B/W mode with removed IR cut filter offers crystallized clear image under low light condition. On the contrary, Color
mode with replaced IR cut filter works at daytime.
■ D/N MODE
AUTO : Color mode at daytime and B/W mode at nighttime. It is switchable automatically according to the designated
lux condition.
■ BURST MODE
OFF : BURST signal is removed.
ON : BURST signal is output with together B/W Luminance signal.
■ BURST LEVEL
BURST LEVEL is adjustable when D/N MODE is COLOR.
■ DURATION
Switching over lux condition is selectable in DAY<->NIGHT
DAY->NIGHT
NIGHT->DAY
FAST
2.5LUX
4LUX
SLOW
0.8LUX
6LUX
■ FILTER DELAY
The duration of Dwell Time of both the lighting conditions can be customized to let the camera divert between daytime
and nighttime settings.
<Caution>
1. When AGC is OFF, AUTO MODE doesn’t work while COLOR or B/W mode works.
2. If sunlight or halogen lamp is used in B/W mode, Focus may be blurred or dimmed.
2.7. SPECIAL
1. H-REV:
OFF/ON
2. V-REV:
OFF/ON
3. DIS:
OFF/ON
4. SHARPNESS:
0~100
5. COLOR:
0~100
■ H-REV
The screen flips horizontally.
■ V-REV
The screen flips vertically.
■ DIS
Digital Image Stabilizer compensates the screen from an unstable environment which can move the camera.
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■ SHARPNESS
Overall sharpness on the screen is adjustable.
■ COLOR
Overall color density on the screen is adjustable.
3. AUTOSEQ SET
1. PRESET
<SET>
2. TOUR
<SET>
3. SCAN
<SET>
4. PATTERN
<SET>
5. AUTORUN
OFF/SEQ/TOUR/SCAN/PATT
Menu Shift : UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT KEY
Menu Open : IRIS OPEN KEY
Menu Close : IRIS CLOSE KEY
PRESET : Location of the current PAN/TILT and ZOOM can be programmed. In ALARM or TOUR operation, the
camera moves to the programmed preset.
SEQ
: The programmed PRESET is executed from the lower order successively.
TOUR : PRESET works in GROUP. Up to 5 presets per group can be registered and up to 5 groups can be operated.
SCAN : PAN movers from the starting point and the ending point and up to 5 scans can be set up.
PATTERN : The operation path of PAN/TILT is saved and PATTERN plays PAN/TITL according to the operation path.
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AUTORUN
OFF :
It keeps on Operation Standby condition.
TOUR, SCAN, PATT : They will be executed automatically after user exits OSD MENU.
3.1. PRESET
This function is to move the designated position if user selects the desirable target and location.
1. PRESET NO:
2. PRESET DEFINE:
1~128
OFF/<ON>
3. PRESET NAME:
OFF/<ON>
4. P/T POSITION:
P/T ANGLE
5. BRIGHTNESS:
0~100
6. ATW:
<SET>
7. BLC:
OFF/<WDR>/<USER>/<HLC>
Menu Shift : UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT KEY
Menu Open : IRIS OPEN KEY
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Menu Close : IRIS CLOSE KEY
■ PRESET NO
Total 128 presets can be set up.
Change of PRESET NO is done by LEFT and RIGHT KEY.
■ PRESET DEFINE
OFF : PRESET doesn’t work
ON : Applicable PRESET is workable.
Location change of PAN/TILT/ZOOM in PRESET is as follows.
1. After PRESET DEFINE is changed from OFF to ON, press IRIS OPEN KEY
2. Locate PAN/TILT to the desirable place.
PREST NAME: PRESET0001
PAN:
TILT:
XXX
XXX
ZOOM: T/W EXIT: IRIS CLOSE
3. If user wants to the location of ZOOM, press TELE or WIDE button of controller.
4. Finalize FAN/TILT and ZOOM settings by pressing IRIS CLOSE KEY.
■ PRESET NAME
OFF : After PRESET works, PRESET name is not displayed on the screen.
<ON> : After PRESET works, PRESET name is displayed on the screen.
Default of PRESET name is PRESET0001 and the method of editing is as follows.
1. After changing PRESET NAME from OFF to <ON> and press IRIS OPEN KEY.
2. How to edit PRESET NAME is the same as “1.2 CAMERA NAME DISPLAY”.
■ BRIGHTNESS
The brightness of the current PRESET is adjustable.
■
ATW
The White Balance of current PRESET is selectable. The setting is as follows.
1. Select ATW menu
2. Press IRIS OPEN KEY in <SET>.
3. How to set up ATW is the same as “2.3. ATW”.
■
BLC
When the subject gets darker under the bright background in the current PRESET, this function is useful.
How to set up is as follows.
1. Select BLC menu.
2. Press IRIS OPEN KEY in <SET>.
3. How to set up ATW is the same as “2.1. BLC”
<Caution>
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1. When setting PRESET by the shortcut key, PRESET can be set in No.1-No.64 and, regarding over No.65, it
should be set up by OSD Menu.
2.
Default set up value of BRIGHT, BLC and ATW in PRESET is decided by Factory Default.
3.2. TOUR
This function is to repeatedly operate Group Surveillance with programmed presets.
1. TOUR NO:
1~5
2. TOUR NO DEF:
OFF/<ON>
3. NAME:
TOURGROUP1
OFF/<ON>
4. TOUR NAME DEF:
5. DWELL TIME:
1~120
■ TOUR NO
Maximum 5 groups can be registered.
■ TOUR NO DEF
OFF : TOUR Group setting is cancelled.
ON : TOUR Group is set up.
<Setting example>
TOUR NO
1
2
3
4
5
TOUR DEF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
TOUR will be executed in programmed preset 1, 3 & 5.
How to set TOUR GROUP 1 in PRESET is as follows.
1. Register “1” as a TOUR NO.
2. After changingTOUR NO DEF from OFF to <ON>, press IRIS OPEN KEY.
1. PRESET NUMBER
OFF/1~128
2. PRESET NUMBER
OFF/1~128
3. PRESET NUMBER
OFF/1~128
4. PRESET NUMBER
OFF/1~128
5. PRESET NUMBER
OFF/1~128
3. Input desirable PRESET No. from 1 in serial order.
4. Press IRIS CLOSE KEY to finalize the setting.
■ NAME
It changes the name of TOUR GOURP,.
How to change the name is as follows.
1. After TOUR NAME DEF changes from OFF to <ON>, press IRIS OPEN KEY.
2. How to change the Tour group name is the same as “1.2 CAMERA NAME DISPLAY”.
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■ DWELL TIME
It is a waiting time between PRESET execution and next PRESET.
<Caution>
1. If TOUR GOURP1 PRESET is set up as follows.
1. PRESET NUMBER
1
2. PRESET NUMBER
2
3. PRESET NUMBER
3
4. PRESET NUMBER
OFF
5. PRESET NUMBER
4
After operating as PRESET1 -> PRESET2 -> PRESET3, it is returned to PRESET1.
Namely, if there is “OFF” during the operation in serial order, it is returned to the first preset
3.3. SCAN
This function is to surveil the designated two points in the designated speed by automatic travel back and forth.
1. SCAN NO
1~5
2. SCAN DEFINE
OFF/ON
3. NAME
SCANGROUP1
4. SCAN NAME DEF
OFF/<ON>
5. PAN START POS
<180>
6. PAN END POS
<350>
7. TILT POS
<45>
8.SCAN SPEED
5°,10°,15°,20°/S
■ SCAN NO
Maximum 5 Scans can be registered.
■ SCAN NO DEF
OFF : SCAN is cancelled
ON : SCAN can be set up (it should be “ON” for the operation in AUTO RUN)
<Setting example>
SCAN NO
1
2
3
4
5
SCAN DEF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
SCAN will be executed in programmed preset 1,3 &5.
How to set up SCAN1 in PRESET is as follows.
1. Register “1” as s SCAN NO.
2. After changing SCAN DEFINE from OFF to <ON>, press IRIS OPEN KEY.
■ NAME
It changes SCAN Name.
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How to change is as follows.
1. After changing SCAN NAME DEF from OFF to <ON>, press IRIS OPEN KEY.
2. How to change the SCAN name is the same as “1.2 CAMERA NAME DISPLAY”.
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PAN START POS
It sets up the initialized location of SCAN.
Controllable angle is 0~ 360° , 0 ~ -360°.
How to set up is as follows.
1. Press IRIS OPEN KEY in PAN START POS.
PAN START POSITION SET
PAN START POSITION: XXX
EXIT: IRIS CLOSE
PAN Shift : LEFT, RIGHT KEY
2. After shifting to a desirable position, press IRIS OPEN KEY.
■
PAN END POS
It sets up the terminated location of SCAN.
Controllable angle is 0°~ 360° , 0°~-360°.
How to set up PAN END POS is the same as “PAN START POS”.
■ TILT POS
It sets up TILT angel in SCAN.
Controllable angle is 0~ 90° .
How to set up is the same as “PAN START POS” but UP, DOWN KEY should be used for TILT operation.
■ SCAN SPEED
It sets up SCAN Speed..
The speed can be set up in 5°/S(Slow) ~ 20°/S(Fast).
* Caution *
The value of Brightness, WDR, ATW is applied to the setting values on the OSD.
3.4. PATTERN
It is to memorize the paths operated with the joystick operation and reenact them.
1. PATT NUMBER
1~2
2. PATT DEFINE
OFF/ON
3.NAME
PATTERN001
4.PATT NAME DEF
OFF/<ON>
5.PATT RECORD
OFF/<ON>
6.PATT SPEED
5°,10°,15°,20°/S
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MENU Shift : UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT KEY
MENU Open : IRIS OPEN KEY
MENU Close : IRIS CLOSE KEY
■ PATT DEFINE
OFF : PATTERN is cancelled
ON : PATTERN is set up.
If operating it in AUTO RUN, PATT DEFINE should to be ON.
■ NAME
It changes PATTERN Name..
How to set up is as follows..
1. After changing PATTERN NAME DEF from OFF to <ON>, press IRIS OPEN KEY.
2. How to change the name is the same as “1.2 CAMERA NAME DISPLAY”.
■ PATT RECORD
OFF :
ON
PATTERN is not memorized.
: PATTERN is momorized.
How to set up PATTERN
1. After PATT RECORD changes from OFF to <ON>, press IRIS OPEN KEY.
MEMORY FILL: XXX ( Recorded )
START:IRIS OPEN
EXIT:IRIS CLOSE
PAN/TILT Shift :UP,DOWN,LEFT,RIGHT
2. Move PAN/TILT to the desirable position before starting PATTERN.
3. Press IRIS OPEN KEY to start the process
4. Press IRIS CLOSE to save the process.
* Caution *
1. If there is no PAN/TILT movement, no PATTERN is memorized.
2. The value of Brightness, WDR, ATW is applied to the setting values on the OSD.
4. ZONE SET
1.AREA SEL
1~8
2.AREA DEFINE
OFF/ON
3.AREA NEW SET
OFF/ON
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4.TOP/BOTTOM-1
XXX
5.TOP/BOTTOM-2
XXX
6.LEFT/RIGHT-1
XXX
7.LEFT/RIGHT-2
XXX
MENU Shift : UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT KEY
MENU Open : IRIS OPEN KEY
MENU Close : IRIS CLOSE KEY
■ AREA SEL
Up to 8 PRIVACY AREAs can be set up.
■ AREA DEFINE
OFF : PRIVACY ZONE is not activated..
ON : PRIVACY ZONE is activated.
■ AREA NEW SET
OFF : Previous PRVIACY ZONE is activated.
ON : New PRIVACY ZONE is set up from the current PAN/TILT position.
(When it switches from OFF to ON, PRIVACY ZONE appears in the center on the screen.)
* How to set up PRIVACY ZONE1*
1. When the MENU is OFF, locate PRIVACY ZONE block in the center on the screen by using PAN/TILT function.
2. Press IRIS OPEN KEY to activate MENU and move to “ZONE SET”. And then, press IRIS OPEN KEY again.
3. Change AREA SEL to 1.
4. Change AREA DEFINE from OFF to ON.
5. Change AREA NEW SET from OFF to ON.
6. New ZONE is activated in the center on the screen and the ZONE can be moved by TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT, RIGHT
key.
7. Press IRIS CLOSE KEY to finalize the set up.
5. INITIALIZE SET
1. POWER ON RESET
2. PAN/TILT INIT
3. CAMERA INIT
4. AUTO SEQ INIT
5. PRIVACY ZONE INIT
6. FACTORY INIT
MENU Shift : UP, DOWN
MENU Open : IRIS OPEN KEY
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MENU Close : IRIS CLOSE KEY
■ POWER ON RESET
The unit is initialized.
■ PAN/TILT INIT
1. PAN/TILT MENU is initialized.
2. PAN/TILT location is initialized.
■ CAMERA INIT
Only CAMERA setting menu is initialized..
■ AUTO SEQ INIT
1. Only AUTO SEQ menu is initialized.
2. Setting angle of PRESET and Memory of PATTERN are not initialized.
■ PRIVACY ZONE INIT
PRIVACY ZONE is initialized.
■ FACTORY INIT
All set ups are initialized as a factory default.
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※ WTX-1200A – Simple PRESET Setting ※
It works when OSD MENU is not activated.
e.g.> How to set up PRESET 1
1. Place PAN/TILT/ZOOM to a desirable place by Joystick.
2. Press Keypad No. 1.
3. Press F1 Key till “SET OK” appears in the bottom right on the screen.
<Caution>
When setting PRESET by the shortcut key, PRESET can be set in No.1-No.64 and, regarding over No.65, it should
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be set up by OSD Menu.
※ WTX-1200A – Simple PRESET Shift ※
It works when OSD MENU is not activated.
Press F1 key shortly after pressing RRESET number. And then, it moves to the corresponding PRESET. However, it is
valid only up to PRESET no. 32 of which PRESET DEFINE is set to ON.
※WTX-1200A - Simple TOUR operation※
It works when OSD MENU is not activated
Press F1 key shortly after pressing Keypad No. 71. It works when TOUR DEFINE is ON and TOUR related MENU is
set up properly.
※WTX-1200A - Simple PATTERN operation ※
It works when OSD MENU is not activated
Press F1 key shortly after pressing Keypad No. 66. It works when PATTERN DEFINE is ON and PATTERN related
MENU is set up properly.
※ WTX-1200A - Simple SCAN operatin ※
It works when OSD MENU is not activated
Press F1 key shortly after pressing Keypad No. 81. It works when SCAN DEFINE is ON and SCAN related MENU is
set up properly.
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※ WTX-1200A - Simple Sequency operation ※
It works when OSD MENU is not activated
Press F1 key shortly after pressing Keypad No. 70. It works when PRESET is set up.
※ Quick Operation Key Table ※
[PELCO D /P PROTOCOLS]
Number
1~64+Preset
Function
Setting Preset
Press Preset button over 2 seconds.
1~64+Preset
Executing Preset
66+Preset
Executing Scan
70+Preset
Executing Sequency
71+Preset
Executing Tour
81+Preset
Executing Pattern
95+Preset
IRIS OPEN (OSD Menu )
96+Preset
IRIS CLOSE
6.
Produce Structure(mm)
Indoor
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Outdoor
7. Specification
Model
27x/ 33x/ 37x Speed Domes
Image sensor
1/4” Super HAD CCD(27x)/ Color Vertical Double Density CCD(33x, 37x)
Effective Pixels
NTSC : 768(H) x 494(V), PAL : 752(H) x 582(V)
H. Resolutions
550TVL(Color)/ 680TVL(B/W)
Synchronizing system
Internal
Scanning system
2:1 Interlaced
Video output
VBS : 1.0Vp-p Composit, 75 ohms
S/N Ratio
More than 50dB(AGC off)
Min. illumination
0.7Lux/F1.6(Color), 0.0002Lux(Sens-ups, x256), 0.06Lux/F1.6(B/W)
OSD
On/ Off
Digital zoom
On/ Off(x2, x4, x8, x10, x12)
Day & Night
Color/ BW/ AUTO(ICR)
Back Light Compensation
WDR(for 33x, 37x only)/ BLC/ HLC/ Off
Shutter Speed
Auto/ Manual(NTSC : 1/60~1/120,000 sec., PAL : 1/50 ~ 1/120,000 sec.)
White Balance
AWD/ Manual/ ATW(1,800°K ~ 10,500°K)
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Gain Control
Low/ Middle/ High/ Off
Sens-up
On/ Off(2x ~ 256x)
3D Noise Filter
Low/ Middle/ High/ Off
Privacy
On/ Off(8 Programmable zones)
Preset
256 Points
Digital Flip
On/ Off
Focus control
Auto/ Manual/ One Push
Iris control
Auto/ Manual
Motion Detection
On/ Off(Built-in Alarm output connector)
Protocol
RS-485(PELCO-D/P)
Power Source
24VAC
Operating current
20W Max.
Lens
Auto Focus Digital zoom
Zoom ratio
Angle of view
37x
F3.5~129.5mm(F1.6)
33x
F3.5~115.5mm(F1.6)
27x
F3.5~94.5mm(F1.6)
37x
H : 55.5°(Wide) ~ 1.59°(Tele), V : 42.5°(Wide) ~ 1.19°(Tele)
33x
H : 56.3°(Wide) ~ 1.77°(Tele), V : 43.2°(Wide) ~ 1.33°(Tele)
27x
H : 55.5°(Wide) ~ 2.24°(Tele), V : 42.5°(Wide) ~ 1.79°(Tele)
Aperture ratio
37x : F1.6~F3.9, 33x : F1.6~F3.6, 27x : F1.6~F2.9
Pan/Tilt angle
Pan : 360°(400°/sec.), Tilt : -3°~180°(300°/sec.)
Operating temperature
14°F~122°F(-10℃ ~ +50℃)
Heater option(Outdoor)
-40°F~122°F(-40℃ ~ +50℃)
Humidity
Within 90% RH
Measurement(mm)
Indoor : 156(Ø) x 236.6(H) Outdoor : 260(Ø) x 367(H)
Weight(Approx.g)
3,500(Indoor)/ 5,500(Outdoor)
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