Samsung SCP-2370RH surveillance camera

SPEED DOME CAMERA
User Manual
SCP-2370RH
SPEED DOME CAMERA
User Manual
Copyright
©2012 Samsung Techwin Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
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The name of this product is the registered trademark of Samsung Techwin Co., Ltd.
Other trademarks mentioned in this manual are the registered trademark of their respective company.
Restriction
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shall be reproduced, distributed or changed, partially or wholly, without formal authorization of Samsung Techwin.
Disclaimer
Samsung Techwin makes the best to verify the integrity and correctness of the contents in this document, but
no formal guarantee shall be provided. Use of this document and the subsequent results shall be entirely on the
user’s own responsibility. Samsung Techwin shall have the right to change the contents of this manual without
prior notice for the purpose of enhanced performance.
Warranty
If the product does not operate properly in normal conditions, please let us know. Samsung Techwin will resolve
the problem for free of charge. The warranty period is 3 years. However, the followings are excluded:
• If the system behaves abnormally because you run a program irrelevant to the system operation.
• Deteriorated performance or natural worn-out in process of time
™Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
safety information
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and maintenance instructions in the
literature accompanying this unit.
WARNING
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
• To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the installation
instructions.
- REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE 250V T4AL FUSE (F101,F201,F1)
WARNING
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specified in the specification sheet.
Using any other adapter could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to the product.
2. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause explosion, fire, electric shock, or
damage to the product.
3. Do not connect multiple cameras to a single adapter. Exceeding the capacity may cause abnormal heat
generation or fire.
4. Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. Insecure connection may cause fire.
5. When installing the camera, fasten it securely and firmly. The fall of camera may cause personal injury.
6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal parts, etc.) or containers filled with water
on top of the camera. Doing so may cause personal injury due to fire, electric shock, or falling objects.
7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
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.)
10. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
CAUTION - Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
CAUTION
1. Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong blows to it. Keep away from a location subject to
excessive vibration or magnetic interference.
2. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 55°C), low temperature (below -50°C), or high
humidity. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
3. If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off the power and then move or reinstall it.
4. Remove the power plug from the outlet when there is a lighting storm. Neglecting to do so may cause fire
or damage to the product.
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● SAFETY INFORMATION
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consisting a risk of electric shock is present within
this unit.
safety information
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. Do not expose the camera to radioactivity. Radioactivity exposure may damage the CCD.
FCC Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions :
1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
CAUTION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of FCC Rules. 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 can radiate 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 own expense.
IC Compliance Notice
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference.-Causing
Equipment Regulations of ICES-003.
Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its electronic
accessories (e.g. charger, headset, USB cable) should not be disposed of with other household waste at
the end of their working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled
waste disposal, please separate these items from other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to
promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local
government office, for details of where and how they can take these items for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract.
This product and its electronic accessories should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
Correct disposal of batteries in this product
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate battery return systems.)
This marking on the battery, manual or packaging indicates that the batteries in this product should not be
disposed of with other household waste at the end of their working life. Where marked, the chemical symbols
Hg, Cd or Pb indicate that the battery contains mercury, cadmium or lead above the reference levels in EC
Directive 2006/66. If batteries are not properly disposed of, these substances can cause harm to human
health or the environment.
To protect natural resources and to promote material reuse, please separate batteries from other types of
waste and recycle them through your local, free battery return system.
4_ safety information
important safety instructions
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
6. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
7. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
8. 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.
9. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
10. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
11. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/
apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
12. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus
WARNING
To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the
installation instructions.
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● IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
5. Clean only with dry cloth.
CAUTION
These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric
shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are
qualified to do so.
DETAILED WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS
y Avoid operating the camera for long durations under high temperatures and in high humidity. Excessive
heat can shorten the lifespan of the camera components.
y Do not install or place the camera near any heat sources.
y Do not expose the camera to a direct light. If a strong light such as spot light reflects on the display, this
may cause blooming or smear on the display that will result in discoloration due to a deteriorated filter.
y Do not drop the camera or subject it to physical shock or vibration; this can cause serious damage to the camera.
y When installing the camera near a power line, make sure to keep at least 1 meter distance from the
power line, or earth an additional metal pipe to separate the camera from the power source.
y Install this camera on the ceiling. Installing it on the ground or a unleveled location may cause product
malfunctions and shorten its lifespan.
y Avoid installing and operating the camera in the following places.
- Places whose temperature exceed the camera’s recommended range. ( -50º ~ 55º)
- Places where drastic temperature changes occur: e.g. Near an air conditioner.
- Places that are exposed to steam, oil, and inflammable substances: e.g. Inside a kitchen.
- Places that are exposed to radioactivity, X-rays, strong electric waves, and electro-magnetic waves.
- Places that are exposed to outdoor air contaminants: e.g. Dust and car exhaust.
- Places in high humidity.
- Places that are exposed to corrosive gas: e.g. Next to the sea.
y This camera is not equipped with a power switch. Plug in the camera only after the installation is
complete.
y The pan/tilt position may be reverse momentarily when it blows a strong wind such as typhoon.
CAUTIONS FOR OPERATING TEMPERATURE
1. The camera cannot operate properly at temperatures lower than -50°.
2. Even if the surrounding temperature is -50° or higher, the camera may not thaw itself and operate
properly depending on the installation environment.
3. Always keep the power on, so the camera can maintain its internal temperature at -10° or higher.
4. If the product is kept at a low temperature, it may take a max of 3 hours to warm up for normal
operation.
6_ important safety instructions
5.
Æ
Æ Any of the Sequence and Turbo
functions will be enabled.
6. The zooming speed of the IR light projector will be deteriorated in a temperature of less than -40
degrees (Celsius).
Samsung Techwin cares for the environment at all product manufacturing stages to
preserve the environment, and is taking a number of steps to provide customers with
more environment-friendly products.The Eco mark represents Samsung Techwin’s
will to create environment-friendly products, and indicates that the product satisfies
the EU RoHS Directive.
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● IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The video signal will be not played
with a message of “Wait to warm
up (xx Left)” on the dark screen,
which will cause a system failure.
Ú For maximum 2 hours
The “Wait to warm up(xx Left)”
message disappears. And the
product will be reset to operate
normally.
Both Sequence and Turbo
functions will be restricted;
only the manual P/T operations
will be enabled.
Ú For maximum 1 hour
contents
INTRODUCTION
9
CONNECTION &
INSTALLATION
12
SETUP
35
TROUBLESHOOTING
9 Features
10 What’s included
11 Component Names and Functions
12 Camera Wiring Interface Board
13 Camera and Appliances Wiring Diagram
15 How to Set Up Protocols and ID DIP
Switches
16 Communication Protocol DIP Switch
Settings (SW2)
19 Camera ID DIP Switch Settings (SW1)
27 Preparing Adapter and Cables
28 Product Configurations
29 Preparing & Installing Camera Bracket
30 Optional Accessories for Installation
33 Installation
35
36
37
38
48
58
65
66
69
71
72
72
Interface Symbols
Using and setting the menus
OSD Menu Chart
Camera Setup
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password setting
Status
73 Troubleshooting
73
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
76
8_ contents
76 Product Specifications)
78 Dimensions
introduction
FEATURES
y A/F 37x Optical Zoom
The built-in 37x optical zoom lens with auto-focus is combined with a 16x digital zoom,
providing a maximum of 592 zoom.
y Wide Range Auto Security Functions
- Multiple Preset Function Saving : Up to 12 camera image properities can be saved individually to provide
high quality pictures.
- Image Holding : When moving between presets in Group and Tour functions, using this Preset Freeze function holds the image status and helps the screen observer relieve visual fatigue.
- PTZ Trace : Patterns operated with the joystick can be saved and replayed by users.
- Swing : Using the Swing function commands the camera to move between 2 selected locations, monitoring
the route.
- Group Search : Maximum 128 Preset positions are toured in order.
- Tour Search : Maximum 6 Group Search functions are toured in order.
y Digital Flip
The Digital Flip function is useful to monitor moving objects or people passing directly under the
camera. When an object or a person passes directly under the camera, its tilt motor follows the
object or person over 90 degrees to the other side of the tilt area without panning. The screen
inversion starts to occur at 90 degrees or higher is digitally adjusted.
y Smart P/T
The Smart P/T function automatically adjusts the control speed of the Pan and Tilt functions
according to the current zoom ratio. It is useful to adjust the functions manually for detailed controls
when monitoring at high zoom ratios.
y Day & Night
With its daytime & nighttime switch and Sens-Up functions based on the ICR (Infrared Cut filter
Removal) method, the camera provides high quality pictures regardless of whether it is day or night.
- Sens-Up increases the CCD sensitivity by electrically extending the camera’s exposure time.
- Day & Night enables you to select between color and B/W modes depending on the lighting conditions.
y Highly durable built-in housing
This IP66-rated built-in housing is easy to install, and protects the product from a full range of harsh
outside conditions. The high performance built-in fan/heater enables the product to operate under
extreme temperatures between -50° ~ 50° .
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● INTRODUCTION
y Versatile protocols and coaxial communication
RS-422/485, Coaxial communication methods are supported.
- RS-422/485 (10 Protocol) : Auto Detected, SAMSUNG-T, SAMSUNG-E, Pelco (D/P), Panasonic, Vicon,
Honeywell, AD, GE, BOSCH
- Coaxial communication: Pelco Coaxitron (Camera ID DIP switches (SW1) are all positioned to OFF)
introduction
y Preset Position Saving and Loading
Up to 255 preset positions can be set.
y Camera Backup
The configuration file of the camera can be saved for later use. This is useful when the camera or its
install base are damaged or malfunctions occur.
y Area Masking
If a monitoring location includes a highly private area, the area can be selectively masked on the
screen.
y IR Illuminator
You can use the IR Illuminator to configure the surveillance settings against a low contrast scene.
The illuminator can be controlled in various ways within up to 100 meters in distance.
WHAT’S INCLUDED
Check if the following items are included in the product package.
Appearance
10_ introduction
Item Name
Quantity
Description
Main Body
1
-
CD Manual
1
Multilingual User Manual
User Manual
1
English User Manual
Hexagon screw
3
Used for attaching the installation base
to the camera
L Wrench
1
Used for fixing the installation base after
attaching it to the camera
COMPONENT NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
Front
Back
Bottom
➋
➌
➊ Safety Wire Holder
➋ SW2: Communication DIP Switch
➌ SW1: ID DIP Switch
Ú For the DIP switch settings, please refer to the
“Installing Your Camera” on Page 15~19.
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● INTRODUCTION
➊
connection & installation
CAMERA WIRING INTERFACE BOARD
For the camera wiring, please refer to the picture below.
(When using coaxial communication, a separate control signal connection is not required.)
Alarm/AUX
2.NC
7*%&0
IN5
Alarm Input
5~8
2.NO
2.COM
%
+
IN6
*/
GND
(/%
IN7
*/
Alarm/
AUX Output 2
2.NC
*/
2.NO
2.COM
*/
Alarm/
AUX Output 1
1.NC
1.NO
1.COM
IN8
GND
IN4
IN3
IN4
Alarm Input
1~4
39 39 59 59 (/%$0./0
Communications and Alarm/AUX
39
39
3.COM 3.NO
Power Supply
'(
AC24V 2.5A
Power Input
Refer to the below Control
Signal Connection chart
Ground
Alarm/AUX
Output 3
Control Signal Connection
• RS485 Communications
Camera
RX+
RX-
Controller
or DVR
TXD+
TXD-
• RS422 Communications
Camera
RX+
RXTX+
TX-
Controller
or DVR
TXD+
TXDRXD+
RXD-
M  The max capacity of the Alarm OUT/AUX OUT ports are 30VDC/2A, 125VAC/0.5A, and 250VAC/0.25A, respectively.
 Connecting the power connector and GND incorrectly to the NC/NO and COM ports may cause a short circuit and fire,
damaging the camera.
 Never use installation base for previous models (for SCP-2370/3370 and SPU-3750T/3700 models) with this product, it is not
compatible with this product. Otherwise, applying power may lead to short circuit and result in fire or damage to the product.
12_ connection & installation
CAMERA AND APPLIANCES WIRING DIAGRAM
Connecting to the Samsung Techwin’s “Stand Alone DVR”
Camera
RX+
RX-
y RS-422 :
Stand Alone DVR
T(TXD)+
T(TXD)-
Camera
Stand Alone DVR
RX+
RX-
T(TXD)+
T(TXD)-
TX+
TX-
R(RXD)+
R(TXD)-
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● CONNECTION & INSTALLATION
y RS-485 :
connection & installation
Connecting to the Samsung Techwin Controller SPC-6000
y RS-485 :
y RS-422 :
Camera
Camera
RX+
RX-
TXD+
TXD-
TX
TX
RX
+ -
G
TX
+ -
RXD+
RXD-
RX+
RX-
TXD+
TXD-
RX
+ -
+ -
TX+
TX-
TX
G
+ -
+ -
RX
+
-
MENU
SEAR
MULT
CH
I
REC
MENU
PRES
CAM
1
6
MON
2
7
DVR
4
9
ET
GROU
P
PTZ
3
8
MTX
5
SETUP
ESC
TRAC
K
FUNC
ENTER
CLOS
0
E
NEAR
WIDE
OPEN
FAR
TELE
<Controller>
14_ connection & installation
RX
+
-
HOW TO SET UP PROTOCOLS AND ID DIP SWITCHES
You can control various settings of the camera system using the Communication and ID DIP switches.
Before installing the product, please set up the DIP switches according to the installation environment.
Communication Protocol DIP Switch(SW2)
Camera ID DIP Switch(SW1)
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● CONNECTION & INSTALLATION
1. Detach the camera frame from the install base, and place the bottom of the frame toward you as shown in the
picture below.
2. Set the switches according to your installation environment. For more detailed setup information, please refer
to the chart on the next page.
3. The camera may malfunction if the switches are not fully turned On/Off; please double check the switches
before finishing setup.
connection & installation
COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL DIP SWITCH SETTINGS (SW2)
ON
ON
OFF
SW2
SW2 Pin No.
Purpose
1~4
Protocol Settings
5~6
Baud Rate Settings
7
Transfer Method (RS-485/422) Settings
8
Response Mode Settings
9~10
Backup Mode Settings
11~12
Termination Settings
Protocol Settings
Select a communication protocol for the camera.
No
Protocol
SW2-#1
SW2-#2
SW2-#3
SW2-#4
1
Auto Detected
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
Samsung-T
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
3
Samsung-E
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
4
Pelco-D
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
5
Pelco-P
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
6
Panasonic
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
7
Vicon
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
8
Honeywell
OFF
ON
ON
ON
9
AD
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
10
GE
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
11
Bosch
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
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Baud Rate Settings
Select the transfer speed of a selected communication protocol.
Baud Rate (BPS)
SW2-#5
SW2-#6
1
2,400
ON
ON
2
4,800
ON
OFF
3
9,600
OFF
OFF
4
19,200
OFF
ON
Communication Method Settings
Select a communication method for the camera.
SW2- #7
Function
Transfer Mode Switch
ON
RS-422 (4Wire)
OFF
RS-485 (2Wire)
Communication Response Settings
Select a communication response method for the camera and controller: Response or No Response.
SW2- #8
Function
ON
OFF
Response Mode Switch
Response
No Response
Termination Settings
To prevent the attenuation of communication signals between the camera and controller, the items at
the end of line must be set up with the termination settings.
Camera Input Position
SW2- #11
SW2- #12
Termination of Longest Path (RS-422)
ON
ON
Termination of Longest Path (RS-485)
ON
OFF
On the Path
OFF
OFF
y Example of terminal setting
Ú If using RS-422, SW2-#11: ON /SW2-#12: ON for camera 16
Ú If using RS-485, SW2-#11: ON / SW2-#12: OFF for camera 16
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● CONNECTION & INSTALLATION
No
connection & installation
Camera Backup Settings
These settings are useful when the camera or its install base are damaged or a malfunction has occurred.
When replacing the camera or its install base, you can transfer existing presets and sequence
information to the replacement using these settings.
Backup Function
SW2- #9
SW2- #10
Backup(IBˆD)
OFF
OFF
Backup(DˆIB)
ON
OFF
Backup Disable
-
ON
- Backup(IBˆD) : Enables transferring the current camera's sequence information to a new camera.
- Backup(DˆIB) : Enables transferring the current camera's sequence information to a new install base.
Ú IB: Install base, D: Dome Camera
■ [Current Time] is not backed up from install base to camera.
this model, all DIP switches are set to OFF by factory default. Each of the default settings will be grayed out in the
I  Forapplicable
menu.
 If you want to use a third-party controller for controlling the camera, contact us at the call center or visit our website for
details.
 AD Protocol Control Method
1. Camera OSD On: 3+Auxiliary On
2. Camera OSD Off: 3+Auxiliary Off
3. Enter: IRIS Open
4. ESC: IRIS Close
 For more information about the protocols, refer to our official website.
http://www.samsungtechwin.com/
18_ connection & installation
CAMERA ID DIP SWITCH SETTINGS (SW1)
Assign a unique number to each camera to identify itself from the others.
In coaxial communication systems, the camera will work normally only if the Camera ID DIP switches (SW1)
are all positioned to OFF.
ON
● CONNECTION & INSTALLATION
ON
OFF
SW1
ON
1. The switch is set to “ID: 1” by default, and 7 switches other than
switch 1 are all set to OFF.
OFF
2. Each switch has a unique value, and the board ID is the sum of
the values of the switches.
 Refer to the example below for the board ID.
Example 1
Example 2
1+2 = 3 (Board ID = 3)
Example 3
4+32 = 36 (Board ID = 36)
1+2+4+8+16+32+64+128
= 255 (Board ID = 255 )
M  Use a unique ID for each Camera.
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connection & installation
y Camera ID Chart
ID
SW1-#1
SW1-#2
SW1-#3
SW1-#4
SW1-#5
SW1-#6
SW1-#7
SW1-#8
1
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4
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6
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PREPARING ADAPTER AND CABLES
y Power Adapter
Power adapter has the capacity of AC24V 6A.
Distance
Recommended Cable
Specification
300m
4C2V(RG-59/U)
450m
5C2V(RG-6/U)
600m
7C2V(RG-11/U)
the camera is controlled through coaxial communication, please use a video amp intended for coaxial communications.
M  IfRegular
video amps do not transfer coaxial signals.
y Communications Cable
For the camera to communicate with the controller, a
RS-485/422 communications line is required. To ensure the
quality of long distance communication and the accuracy of the
overall communication it is recommended using a twisted pair
cable such as UTP.
M  Depending on the camera’s environment, the communications distance may vary.
 Neither the video nor communications cable is enclosed with the camera.
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● CONNECTION & INSTALLATION
y Video Cable
The camera’s video output port is connected to the monitor with a BNC coaxial cable, shown below :
If the distance between the camera and the monitor exceeds the recommended maximum, please use
an auxiliary video amp.
connection & installation
PRODUCT CONFIGURATIONS
ALARM
HDD
NETWORK
BACKUP
REC
REC
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5
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ET
VIEW
U
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RETURN
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SRD Series
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REC
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5
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TELE
WIDE
VIEW
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AUDIO
ALRAM
ET
MENU
USB
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CONTROLLER (MAIN)
CONTROLLER (SUB)
MENU
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OPEN
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CLOSE
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CONTROL LINE
VIDEO LINE
CONTROL/VIDEO LINE
PREPARING & INSTALLING CAMERA BRACKET
For installation guidelines for brackets and housings, refer to the installation manual that is enclosed with the
bracket or housing.
❖ Available Bracket Models
Item
● CONNECTION & INSTALLATION
Model
SBP-300WM1
Wall Mount
SBP-300WM
SBP-300CM
Ceiling Mount
SBP-300LM
Parapet Mount
SBP-300KM
Corner Mount
SBP-300PM
Pole Mount
M  See “Optional Accessories for Installation” on the next page for the appearance of each bracket (unbundled).
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connection & installation
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES FOR INSTALLATION
For your easier installation, you can purchase appropriate optional accessories available.
1. If installing the camera on the wall
y Wall mount (SBP-300WM1)
y Wall mount (SBP-300WM)
2. If installing the camera on the ceiling
y Ceiling Mount (SBP-300CM)
30_ connection & installation
● CONNECTION & INSTALLATION
3. If installing the wall mount (SBP-300WM/SBP-300WM1) on a pole with a
diameter of at least 80mm
y Pole Mount (SBP-300PM)
4. If installing the wall mount (SBP-300WM/SBP-300WM1) on a corner of the wall
y Corner Mount (SBP-300KM)
5. If installing on a building rooftop
y Parapet Mount (SBP-300LM)
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connection & installation
y Bracket Mounting
Wall mount (SBP-300WM1)
Ceiling Mount (SBP-300CM)
32_ connection & installation
Wall mount (SBP-300WM)
Parapet Mount (SBP-300LM)
INSTALLATION
❖ Fixing the installation base to the bracket
2. Hold the bottom latch of the installation base and gently press it down as shown.
Please refer to the “Camera Wiring Interface Board” on page 12,
connect the wires.
● CONNECTION & INSTALLATION
1. Fix the base with the bracket by turning it clockwise.
Knob
not connect the camera to a power outlet until the installation is complete.
J  DoSupplying
power while the installation is in progress may cause fire or damage
the product.
 Never use installation base for previous models (for SCP-2370/3370 and
SPU-3750T/3700 models) with this product, it is not compatible with this
product. Otherwise, applying power may lead to short circuit and result in fire or
damage to the product.
3. Connect the camera safety wire to the installation
base.
Safety Cable
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4. Assembling the Camera and Installation Base
Assemble the installation base and camera by
matching the installation direction guides.
5. Attach Camera
Turn the camera frame counterclockwise until the
protrusions on the camera frame and installation
base become matched perfectly.
6. Secure Camera and Installation Base
As shown in the picture below, secure the
installation base and camera using 3 hexagon
screws.
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INTERFACE SYMBOLS
y Motion Detection Standby/Operation Display :
When in standby mode, the “
if motion is detected.
” in the upper right of the screen blinks and then changes to “
”
● SETUP
y Alarm Input Port Status Display :
"①", "②", "③", "④", "⑤", "⑥", "⑦", and "⑧" in the upper right of the screen blink.
y Current Alarm Port Display According to Input Alarm Ports(Priority) :
Only one of " ➊", " ➋", " ➌", " ➍", " ➎", " ➏", " ➐", " ➑" in the upper right of the screen blinks.
y Preset Number Display Settings :
‘*’ : If a preset number is already available
'H' : If a preset location is the camera’s home position
y PTZ Function Screen :
Camera Name
Motion Detect
Alarm Input
Area Display
Sequence Status
Preset Info
ID=001
Area1 Area Name
1234
5678
G-SEQ1
PRESET : 001 Preset Name
P:300 T:040 010X
y Preset Number Setting Screen :
Preset Setting
Preset=011* (1~255)
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USING AND SETTING THE MENUS
OSD (On-screen Display) Indicators
Has a submenu
Has no submenu
Camera Setting
偓Zoom/Focus
White Balance
-----------
ATW
Ú For a mode with “ ” next to it, you can press “Enter” to move to a sub menu.
Operating Your Camera
z Panning and Tilting :
Use the joystick of the controller or its direction buttons.
z Controlling Zoom :
Move the joystick clockwise (Tele) or counterclockwise (Wide), or use the zoom buttons.
z Accessing Screen Menus:
Press the Menu or OSD button on the controller.
detailed information about controls when using a third party controller or a DVR, refer to the user’s manual of
M  Forthatmore
product
OSD Commands, Function Chart, and Menu Controls (Applied to Samsung
T/Samsung E protocol)
This camera can be operated by using two methods: Using hot keys on its dedicated controller, or
accessing the OSD (On Screen Display) on the video output.
The OSD menu commands are as follows:
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Command
Function
Move the joystick up/down/left/right
Moves the OSD menus up/down/left/right, respectively.
Enter/Focus Far
Selects a menu and allows access to the sub menus.
ESC/Focus Near
Cancels a command and moves back to an upper-level menu.
OSD Menu Chart
You can have an overall view of the menu structure. For more information, refer to the applicable page or
section in the manual.
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
● SETUP
Exposure
Back Light
Camera Setting
AGC
SSNR
SSDR
Day & Night
Others
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Sequence Setting
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
Pan/Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
P/T Setting
Prop.P/T
Digital Flip
Image Hold
Jog Speed
Camera ID
Camera Name
Preset Number
Preset Name
OSD Setting
Seq. Status
Area Name
PTZ Position
Language
Others
Alarm Enable
Alarm Setting
Alarm Input
Alarm/AUX Output
MD Dwell Time
ALM Dwell Time
IR Mode
IR Illuminator
LED Max.Power
LED Pwr.CtrlLED Pwr.Ctrl
Power On Reset
Focus Limit
Factory Default Set
Initialize
Camera Default Set
Auto Refresh
Fan Life
Password Setting
On/Off
Edit Password
Status
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CAMERA SETUP
Zoom and Focus Settings
z Focus Mode
- AUTO : Performs continuous auto-focus.
- MANUAL : Changes the camera mode to Manual Focus.
- ONE SHOT : Auto-focuses the camera once after the Pan,
Tilt, or Zoom function is used.
z Zoom Tracking
Through this menu you can set up the camera’s focus mode when
zooming.
- Mode
y Auto : Auto-focuses when zooming.
y Tracking : Focuses manually when zooming.
y Off : Disable the focus modes when zooming. (Full manual
mode)
- Speed
y Slow/Medium/Fast : Adjusts the zooming speed.
37x
Fast
Medium
Slow
2.5 sec
3.1 sec
5.6 sec
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
Camera Setting
z Digital Zoom
Enables the maximum digital zoom.
Setting the digital zoom to 2x~16x provides a total zoom of 592x.
M
 Unlike the optical zoom, the graphics quality of the digital zoom decreases
as its zoom ratio increases.
 The auto-focus function may not operate normally under the following
conditions :
- When background illumination is low
- While Slow-Shutter is in operation
- If the zoom level is set too high
- When background illumination is too high
- If a long distance object and a close distance object appear together
within a monitoring area
- If there is no contrast, e.g. the sky or a wall
- If the camera is facing a thin horizontal line
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
Exposure
Back Light
AGC
SSNR
SSDR
Day & Night
Others
ATW
OFF
HIGH
MEDIUM
Æ
Zoom/Focus
Focus Mode
Zoom Tracking
Digital Zoom
ONE SHOT
OFF
 Auto Focus focuses on an object in the center of the screen; objects around the screen edges may not be properly in focus.
 If the IR indicator turns on and the zoom factor is at least x21, the focus mode will be set to Manual regardless of the focus
mode settings.
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White Balance
The White Balance menu adjusts the balance of the screen colors
under different lighting conditions.
(Color Temperature:1800~10500°K)
z ATW(IN) : Adjusts the screen color to be optimal in an indoor
environment. (Color Temperature:4500~8500°K)
z ATW(OUT) : Adjusts the screen color to be optimal in an outdoor
environment. (Color Temperature:1700~11000°K)
z AWC : To obtain the optimal condition for the current lighting, put
the focus of the camera onto to a white paper and press
the SET button. If the lighting environment changes, you
should readjust the settings accordingly.
z MANUAL : Enables customization of the Red and Blue gains.
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
● SETUP
z ATW : Adjusts the screen color automatically.
Main Menu
Æ
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
Exposure
Back Light
AGC
SSNR
SSDR
Day & Night
Others
ATW
OFF
HIGH
MEDIUM
M  White Balance may not work properly under the following conditions.
➊ When the color temperature of the environment surrounding the subject is out of the control range.(e.g. Clear sky or sunset)
➋ When the ambient illumination of the subject is dim.
➌ If the camera is directed towards a fluorescent light or is installed in a place where illumination changes dramatically, White
Balance adjustments may not deliver consistent results.
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Exposure
The Exposure settings control the camera’s exposure level.
z Brightness : Adjusts the screen brightness.
(Over 50: Brighter, Under 50: Darker)
z Iris
- AUTO : Automatically adjusts the exposure level.
- MANUAL : Enables manual adjustment of the exposure level.
(F1.6~Close: 18 levels)
z Shutter : Controls the camera’s electronic shutter.
- --- : The shutter speed is fixed at 1/60 for NTSC and 1/50 for
PAL. Operates when Iris is on the Auto Mode.
- ESC : Adjusts the shutter speed automatically according
to the screen brightness. Operates when the Iris is in
Manual Mode.
- A.FLK : Select this setting when you experience picture
flickering. Flickering can happen when artificial
lighting frequencies clash with camera frame rates.
- MANUAL : Enables manual adjustment of the shutter speed.
z Sens-Up
- AUTO : Automatically detects light levels and maintains a
clear picture at night or under low-light conditions.
f Sens-Up Limit : Adjusts to the maximum-powered zoom
per frame.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
Exposure
Back Light
AGC
SSNR
SSDR
Day & Night
Others
ATW
OFF
HIGH
MEDIUM
Æ
Exposure
M
 For optimal performance of the A.FLK mode, avoid using the mode in conjunction



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Brightness
Iris
Shutter
Sens-Up
with Backlight.
While the Internal Sync mode is in effect, setting the shutter to ‘---’ and facing
the camera directly to a bright light source may cause poor camera performance.
Sens-Up is disabled when the shutter is in Manual or A. FLK mode.
If the gain mode is set to “Off” or “Manual”, the Sens-Up function will not be activated.
050
AUTO
--AUTO
Back Light
z Back Light Mode
- OFF : Disables the Backlight mode.
- HLC : Activates the High Light Compensation mode.
(See “HLC Setting” on the next page for details.)
- BLC : Activates a user defined backlight compensation mode.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
● SETUP
The Backlight function is incorporated in the W-V DSP chip,
developed by Samsung Techwin, which, unlike the old models,
provides a sharp image of both object and background against a
severe counter-light condition.
Æ
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
Exposure
Back Light
AGC
SSNR
SSDR
Day & Night
Others
ATW
OFF
HIGH
MEDIUM
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” HLC Setting
The HLC settings selectively eliminates high lights in a limited
environment such as the entrance to an apartment parking lot or
gas station, and is useful to detect a small objects like car license
plates.
HLC Setting
Level
Mask Tone
MEDIUM
07
HLC is disabled during the daytime. While monitoring nigh time
car traffic, if car headlights reflects too much bright light on the screen, the camera automatically
eliminates the headlamp lights and adjusts the color of the license plate accordingly.
- Level : Adjusts the HLC sensitivity level.
- Mask Tone : Adjusts the mask color on the high lighted area.
M  Even if HLC is on, car license plates may not be detectable depending on the location and angle of the camera as well as
the lighting condition.
 The HLC function will be disabled while using Digital Zoom, Freeze or Stabilizer.
” BLC Setting
You can selectively choose a screen area to see objects within the
area more clearly than others.
BLC
MEDIUM
- Four-direction Joystick Controls :
Moving the joystick in all four directions—upward, downward,
left, and right—adjusts the location and size of a selected area.
- Zoom Control :
y Zoom Tele : Enlarges the size of a selected area.
y Zoom Wide : Reduces the size of a selected area.
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1 + PST : Level Change
m: Up n: Down
k: Left l: Right
W: Decrease T: Increase
AGC(Auto Gain Control)
z OFF:
AGC does not function.
z LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH:
As the level increases to HIGH, brighter the captured screen in a
dark lighting.
z MANUAL:
AGC can be fine tuned by adjusting the level (5dB ~ 41dB).
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
● SETUP
AGC (Automatic Gain Control) adjusts the camera’s gain control
and the screen brightness if the camera has captured an object
under low-light conditions.
Æ
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
Exposure
Back Light
AGC
SSNR
SSDR
Day & Night
Others
ATW
OFF
HIGH
MEDIUM
M  If the IR mode is set to “DAY/NIGHT”, you can set the gain mode only to one of “LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH”.
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SSNR(Samsung Super Noise Reduction)
SSNR significantly reduces the amount of low luminance noise.
- OFF : Disables the noise reduction function.
- LOW : Reduces only a small amount of noise, but generates
almost no afterimage.
- MEDIUM : The most commonly used mode. Reduces a suitable
amount of noise while generating a subtle afterimage.
- HIGH : Reduces noise significantly, but generates obvious
afterimages.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
Camera Setting
M  SSNR is not available if AGC is set to OFF or MANUAL.
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Zoom/Focus
White Balance
Exposure
Back Light
AGC
SSNR
SSDR
Day & Night
Others
ATW
OFF
HIGH
MEDIUM
SSDR(Samsung Super Dynamic Range)
SSDR illuminates darker spots of an image while retaining the same
light level for brighter spots to even out the overall brightness of the
image with high contrast between bright and dark spots.
SSDR OFF
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
● SETUP
SSDR ON
Main Menu
Æ
- Mode : Enables or disables SSDR.
- Range : Defines a range of SSDR.
- Level : Changes the contrast between bright and dark spots by
the level.
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
Exposure
Back Light
AGC
SSNR
SSDR
Day & Night
Others
ATW
OFF
HIGH
MEDIUM
Æ
SSDR
Mode
Range
Level
ON
NARROW
08
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Day & Night
The Day & Night function allows the camera to switch between the
Color and B/W modes.
z MODE
- AUTO : Operates in Color mode most times, and switches
to B/W mode if a low light level is detected during
nighttime.
- COLOR : Operates in Color mode at all times.
- B/W : Operates in B/W mode at all times. By using the Burst
On/Off sub menu, burst signals can be retained or
disabled.
Ú If the camera is in B/W mode and connected to equipment
that requires external sync through burst signals, set the Burst
On/Off option to “On”.
z Duration :
- The camera’s light sensitivity is adjustable as in the chart
below. The camera’s ambient light diversion performance
may vary depending on its environment.
Color p B/W
B/W p Color
FAST
2.6Lux
4.2Lux
SLOW
1.2Lux
6.0Lux
z Dwell Time :
- The duration of both the lighting conditions can be customized to
let the camera divert between the daytime and nighttime settings.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
Exposure
Back Light
AGC
SSNR
SSDR
Day & Night
Others
ATW
OFF
HIGH
MEDIUM
Æ
Day/Night
M  Auto mode is not available if AGC is set to OFF or MANUAL.
Mode
Duration
Dwell Time
AUTO
SLOW
05 SEC
 Using B/W mode under sunlight or a halogen lamp may decrease the focusing performance.
 As long as the indicator of the IR light turns on, the camera will be set to B/W mode automatically.
 If the IR light is set to Day/Night mode, the mode will switch to Auto automatically.
 If the IR illuminator is set to SENSOR or TIMED, it will switch to Day or Night mode depending on the sensor or time.
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Others
z Sync : Select Internal or Line Lock.
- LINE LOCK : Synchronizes the camera’s output timing to
the AC adapter power to synchronize multiple
cameras. This option is useful when using a
switch such as Matrix Switcher.
f LINE LOCK PHASE : Enables setting the adapter’s
synchronization phase between 0
and 359°.
z Image Adj :
- Sharpness : Sharpens outlines of an image.
- Color : Adjusts the color density of an image.
z Freeze : Stops or reanimates an image.
z Stabilizer : The Stabilizer compensates for any small
movements of the camera caused by the wind
and other such events
Stabilizer uses the digital zoom and may cause low picture quality.
M  The
The Stabilizer is disabled if the ambient light is too low.
 The Stabilizer is disabled if the field of view has very low or no contrast,
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
Exposure
Back Light
AGC
SSNR
SSDR
Day & Night
Others
e.g. The sky or a white wall.
ATW
OFF
HIGH
MEDIUM
Æ
 If you are using the Freeze function, the stabilizer function will be
disabled.
● SETUP
- INTERNAL : Synchronizes the camera’s output timing to the
internal crystal.
Others
Sync
Image Adj
Freeze
Stabilizer
INTERNAL
OFF
OFF
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Sequence Setting
Preset
This function enables the memorization of a selected location and
activates the Pan, Tilt, and Zoom functions at that location. Saved
locations can be recalled using the Preset Execute command.
z Setting Up Preset Numbers :
Selecting the Preset Setting menu brings up a screen as shown
below. Move the joystick in all four directions to select the desired
number.
Preset Setting
Preset = 001 (1~255)
001 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
021 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
041 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
061 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
081 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
101 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
121 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
z Saving Preset Locations :
Group SEQ
Selecting a preset number and pressing the Enter key redirects the
Tour SEQ
menu to the screen shown below.
PTZ Trace
Using the joystick, adjust the location of the Pan and Tilt functions
Auto Run
and then set the Zoom and Focus command.
Power On Resume
In Preset mode, the zooming focus can be controlled only by the
zoom command.
Preset Setting
1+PST:ZOOM 2+PST:FOCUS
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ON
Æ
Preset
Setting
Edit
Home Position
Execute
Clear
Status
OFF
” PTZF Setting
1. If you open the PTZF setup menu, you will see the following
window. You can use the joystick to select a desired number.
Preset Setting
Preset = 001 (1~255)
001 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
021 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
Æ
Preset Setting
1+PST:ZOOM 2+PST:FOCUS
” Edit
With this feature, you can edit or save the video-related
settings for each preset of the camera.
- PTZ : Recalls saved locations using the Preset Settings command.
- Focus : Refer to the section entitled Setting Up Your Camera.
- Brightness : Refer to the section entitled Setting Up Your Camera.
- Iris : Refer to the section entitled Setting Up Your Camera.
Preset
Setting
Edit
Home Position
Execute
Clear
Status
OFF
- Back Light : Refer to the section entitled Setting Up Your Camera.
Æ
- Day & Night : Refer to the section entitled Setting Up Your Camera.
- After Action : Enables setting up an automatic action after the
camera arrives at a selected preset location.
. MD : Commands the camera to perform the Motion Detection function.
If Focus mode is set to Auto, the MD function may not work
properly in a challenging environment.
. OFF : Select this when no action is desired.
- Others : You can set AGC, Stabilizer, SSNR, SSDR, Shutter,
Sens-Up and White Balance functions. For terms related
to settings, refer to the camera settings commands.
Preset Edit
Preset = 001Ã (1~255)
001 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
021 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
Æ
Preset Edit
[001]
PTZ
Focus
Brightness
Iris
Back Light
Day & Night
After Action
Scene Adj
180/025/1X
ONE SHOT
050
AUTO
OFF
AUTO
OFF
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2. Select a preset number and press ENTER. You will move to
the setup screen.
Using the joystick, adjust the location of the Pan and Tilt
functions and then set the Zoom and Focus command.
In Preset mode, the zooming focus can be controlled only by
the zoom command.
For switching modes, refer to the menu bar in the bottom.
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” Preset Name Setting
Using this function, you can add names to preset locations
up to 12 characters.
Once a name is entered, use the joystick and the Enter key to
perform the Set command and save the name.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
OSD Setting
Camera ID
Camera Name
Preset Number
Preset Name
....
ON
ON
Æ
Preset Name
On/Off
Edit
OFF
Æ
Preset Name
Preset = 001* (1~255)
001 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
021 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
Æ
Preset Name
[
" # $ % & '( ) * + , - .
/0123456789:;
BCDEFGHIJKLMN
OPQRSTUVWXYZ[
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]
” Home Position
Sets one of the currently configured preset positions as the home
position.
Setting
Edit
Home Position
Execute
Clear
Status
OFF
● SETUP
” Execute
Preset
Preset
Recalls a saved preset location.
While in the Sequence mode of operation, the actual movement
can be slower than specified when moving the camera in the
direction of Pan and Tilt at the same time.
Setting
Edit
Home Position
Execute
Clear
Status
OFF
” Clear
Deletes the selected preset location.
Preset
Setting
Edit
Home Position
Execute
Clear
Status
OFF
” Status
Opens a map of saved preset locations.
An area saved as a preset location is displayed with the ‘ ’ icon.
Preset Status
Preset Status
001 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ 161 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
021 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ 181 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ þþþþþ
041 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ 201 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ þþþþþ
061 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ 221 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ þþþþþ
081 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ 241 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
101 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
121 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
141 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
Preset
Setting
Edit
Home Position
Execute
Clear
Status
OFF
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Swing SEQ
The Swing function commands the camera to move between 2
selected locations, monitoring the route.
z Pan Swing :
Activates the Pan function for the Swing operation.
z Tilt Swing :
Activates the Tilt function for the Swing operation.
z P/T Swing :
Activates both the Pan and Tilt functions for the Swing operation.
z Swing Setting/Execute/Clear
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Each of the Swing menus have sub menus with the settings.
Æ
Pan Swing Set
Sequence Setting
Setting
Execute
Clear
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
Æ
Pan Swing
[ÂÂÂ]ƒ„[ÂÂÂ]
Speed =64 (1~64)
Dwell Time =005(1~120) (s)
Select 2 preset locations by using the joystick.
Speed indicates the camera’s movement speed. DWELL TIME
indicates the camera’s duration of stay at a preset location.
- Execute: Executes the Swing operation.
- Clear: Deletes data in the Swing memory.
ON
Æ
Swing SEQ
Pan Swing
Tilt Swing
P/T Swing
in the Sequence mode of operation, the actual movement can be slower than specified when moving the camera in
M  While
the direction of Pan and Tilt at the same time.
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Group SEQ
z Setting :
Using the joystick, enter the desired preset numbers into the PSET
section. DWT indicates the camera’s duration of stay at a preset
location.
The speed is adjusted in 64 levels.
Group SEQ 1
NO
001:
002:
003:
004:
005:
006:
007:
PSET
*** :
*** :
*** :
*** :
*** :
*** :
*** :
DWT(s)
003 :
003 :
003 :
003 :
003 :
003 :
003 :
SPD
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
z Execute :
Executes the group operation.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
ON
Æ
z Clear :
Deletes the selected group.
● SETUP
Selecting Group SEQ recalls a group of multiple preset locations in a
consecutive manner. Up to 6 groups can be defined and up to 128
presets can be memorized for each group.
During the group operation, the camera settings for each preset will
be retrieved accordingly.
Group SEQ
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
....
8 seconds of recognition time is required if [Intelligence] of the preset
M  About
is activated from the Group menu.
 For a proper operation of [Intelligence], set [Time (sec)] of the Group menu
to more than 8 seconds.
Æ
Group SEQ 1
Setting
Execute
Clear
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Tour SEQ
Selecting Tour SEQ recalls groups of preset locations in a
consecutive manner. Up to 6 groups can be listed for this function.
z Setting :
Selecting the Settings menu brings up the following screen.
Using the joystick, you can enter desired group numbers to the
Group section. DWT indicates the camera’s standby time before
a new group is recalled.
Tour SEQ
NO
01:
02:
03:
04:
05:
06:
Group
*
*
*
*
*
*
DWT(s)
003
003
003
003
003
003
z Execute :
Executes the group operation.
z Clear :
Deletes the selected group.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
Æ
Tour SEQ
Setting
Execute
Clear
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ON
PTZ Trace
Maximum 4 patterns of the manual operation paths (for Pan, Tilt,
Zoom and Focus) are memorized and replayed.
Replays a route saved by the Trace function.
z Replay Once :
Replays a saved Trace route once.
z Memorize :
The time for storing the event differs depending on the complexity
of PTZ operations of your choice. When the memory is full, any
further storing will be stopped.
You can use the Menu button (OSD access key) to stop the
memorize function during its process.
Representative
Model
Stop saving the
trace
PELCO-D/P
KDB300A
Ack, Iris Open
SAMSUNG-E
SSC-5000
OSD ON, Iris Open
PANASONIC
WV-CU161C
OSD ON
VICON
V1300X-DVC
Iris Open
HONEYWELL
HTX-3000
Iris Open
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
OSD ON, Iris Open
AD
GE
Æ
Sequence Setting
Ú Using other protocols
Protocol
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
● SETUP
z Replay :
Main Menu
KTD-405
Bosch
z Clear : Deletes a saved Trace route.
Æ
Iris Open
Iris Open
ON
PTZ Trace
Trace 1
Trace 2
Trace 3
Trace 4
Æ
PTZ Trace
Replay
Replay Once
Memorize
Clear
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Auto Run
If an operator is not controlling the dome at a specific time, the
sequence operation scheduled by the user will be executed.
z Mode :
- HOME : Auto run Home Position (Refer to the Preset Menu.)
- PRESET : Auto run a selected preset number.
- SWING : Auto run a selected Swing mode.
- GROUP : Auto run a selected Group mode.
- TOUR : Auto run a selected Tour mode.
- TRACE : Auto run a selected trace mode.
- A.PAN : Auto run a 360-degree pan. To activate the
panning command, you need to set up the
camera’s tilt angle and auto pan speed manually.
- SCHEDULE : Execute Auto Run on the selected day of the
week.
z Time :
Enables setting up an Auto Run duration. (The duration can be 5~30
seconds, or 1~5 minutes.)
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
ON
Æ
Auto Run
Mode
Time
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OFF
30 SEC
” Schedule
Schedule enables you to set a sequencing action by day and time.
z Select Day :
z Select Time :
When turning ON a day, a timetable appears as shown on the
side picture. (Up to 6 timelines can be selected for a day.) Select
the beginning time and sequencing action to schedule the action.
SCHEDULE
30SEC
Æ
● SETUP
At Auto Run, select SCHEDULE to set up each day of the week,
as shown on the side picture. Select a day, change to ON, and
then press Enter.
Auto Run
Mode
Time
Schedule Set
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Æ
Schedule Set
No START
1
09:00
2
00:00
3
00:00
4
00:00
5
00:00
6
00:00
Clear
SEQ
HOME
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
No
Power On Resume
Main Menu
z Power On Resume :
This is useful when the power is disconnected and reconnected
due to power failures or other power interruptions.
If the camera was performing a sequence action prior to a power
disconnection, the camera automatically resumes the action
when the power is reconnected.
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
Æ
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
ON
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P/T Setting
Pan/Tilt Limit
The moving ranges in the Pan/Tilt directions can be limited.
Main Menu
z Position :
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Selecting the Position menu brings up the following screen if it is
for the Pan Limit setting. Move the joystick left and right to select
a movement range from the starting point to the end.
START LIMIT
END LIMIT
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
Æ
The following picture shows the Tilt Limit setting.
Move the joystick left and right to select a movement range from
the starting point to the end.
START LIMIT
END LIMIT
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
z Activation :
Sets the configured Pan/Tilt Limit function to use or not.
P/T Setting
Pan/Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
Prop. P/T
Digital Flip
Image Hold
Jog Speed
ON
ON
OFF
MANUAL
Æ
Pan/Tilt Limit
Pan Limit
Tilt Limit
Æ
Pan Limit
Position
Activation
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OFF
Area Setting
The Area Setting menu enables the selection of certain locations in the
course of the Pan and Tilt operation, and then display the areas with
the OSD (On Screen Display) texts when the camera passes through
them. Up to 8 areas can be selected.
You can add names to selected areas. Names can be up to 12
characters and can be entered via the joystick and the Enter key.
Once a name is entered, use the joystick and the Enter key to
perform the Set command and save the name.
Area Name
[
]
" # $ % & '( ) * + , - .
/0123456789:;
BCDEFGHIJKLMN
OPQRSTUVWXYZ[
<>Â BACK SPACE CLR SET
z Position :
As shown in the picture below, move the joystick to select the upper
left corner and lower right corner of an area.
Area Setting
Area Setting
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
● SETUP
z Area Name :
Main Menu
Æ
P/T Setting
Pan/Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
Prop. P/T
Digital Flip
Image Hold
Jog Speed
ON
ON
OFF
MANUAL
Æ
Area Setting
The effective positioning range is between -45° and 40° in the
tilting angle at the zoom factor of 1x.
z Activation :
Cancels or activates the display function of selected areas.
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
....
Æ
Area Setting
Area Name
Position
Activation
OFF
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Area Masking
If a monitoring location includes a highly private area, the area can be
selectively excluded from monitoring.
z Position :
- As shown in the picture below, move the joystick to select the upper
left corner and lower right corner of an area.
Area Masking
Area Masking
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
P/T Setting
z Activation :
Activate or deactivate the display of specified masks.
Pan/Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
Prop. P/T
Digital Flip
Image Hold
Jog Speed
ON
ON
OFF
MANUAL
Æ
Area Masking
Mask 1
Mask 2
Mask 3
Mask 4
....
Æ
Area Masking
Position
Activation
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OFF
Prop. P/T
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
● SETUP
This commands the camera to change the Pan and Tilt speed
automatically according to the current zoom ratio. Moving the
joystick clockwise (Tele) slows down and counterclockwise (Wide)
accelerates the Pan and Tilt speed, allowing detailed adjustments.
Turning this “Off” executes the function the optical 1x zoom speed
regardless of how far the lens is zoomed in.
Æ
P/T Setting
Pan/Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
Prop. P/T
Digital Flip
Image Hold
Jog Speed
ON
ON
OFF
MANUAL
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Digital Flip
Digital Flip is useful to monitor a moving object or a person passing
directly under the camera.
When the object passes straight under the camera, tilting can be
traced up to the opposite tilting area without the need of the pan
operation. The reverse screen that occurs when the object gets
through the 90-degree point will be corrected in digital processing.
z 0° → 180° : Image flip at the 93-degree point
z 180° → 0° : Image flip at the 87-degree point
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
P/T Setting
Pan/Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
Prop. P/T
Digital Flip
Image Hold
Jog Speed
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ON
ON
OFF
MANUAL
Image Holding
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
● SETUP
This will display the preset video in still images until the orientation
of the camera reaches the preset position at a group or tour
movement.
This is useful if you want to monitor the video while preventing a
possible visual distraction of the observer.
Æ
P/T Setting
Pan/Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
Prop. P/T
Digital Flip
Image Hold
Jog Speed
ON
ON
OFF
MANUAL
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Jog Speed
The pan/tilt speed changes according to the tilt of the joystick, or
you can control the operation in a fixed speed.
z MANUAL :
The pan/tilt speed depends on how much the joystick of the
controller is tilted. The more the joystick is tilted, the faster the
operation is performed.
z 30/35/40/45/50/55/60 :
The pan/tilt operation will be performed at the selected speed;
the greater the number is, the faster the operation is performed.
However, the speed at each level may differ according to the
zooming status, and depending on the use of synchronized
zooming.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
P/T Setting
Pan/Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
Prop. P/T
Digital Flip
Image Hold
Jog Speed
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ON
ON
OFF
MANUAL
OSD SETTING
In this menu, you can configure the OSD (On Screen Display) settings.
z Camera ID :
z Camera Name :
Add a name to the camera. (see the top note on page 66 for more
information.)
z Preset Number :
Displays or hides Preset Numbers on the screen.
z Preset Name :
Add names to preset locations. (see the top note on page 66 for
more information.)
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
z Seq. Status :
Displays or hides the status of a sequence action that is in
progress.
z Area Name :
Displays or hides the Area Name for the Area Settings on the
screen.
z PTZ Position :
Displays or hides the status of the Pan, Tilt, and Zoom operation
that is in progress.
z Language :
Enables the system language to be changed. This camera
supports ENGLISH, CHINESE, FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH,
ITALIAN, PORTUGUES, POLISH, RUSIAN, CZECH, TURKISH,
KOREAN, JAPANESE, TAIWANESE.
z Others
● SETUP
Displays or hides Camera ID in the upper left of the screen.
Main Menu
OSD Setting
Camera ID
Camera Name
Preset Number
Preset Name
Seq. Status
Area Name
PTZ Position
Language
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ENGLISH
Others
OSD Setting
Direction
Clock Setting
- Direction : Indicates the current angle of the camera:
East, West, South, North, Southeast, Southwest, Northeast, or Northwest.
 Set North Dir. : Specify the azimuth of the north manually.
- Clock Setting: You can specify the time information manually that will be displayed on the
screen. This will synchronize with Sequence so that you can set it to activate
on a specific time and date.
 Display: Specify the use of time display on the screen.
 Date Format: Specify the date format. (DD/MM/YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY)
 Set Date: Enter a desired date manually.
 Time Format: Specify the time format. (24hr / 12hr)
 Set Time: Specify the time manually.
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XXX Name
[
]
" # $ % & '( ) * + , - .
/0123456789:;
BCDEFGHIJKLMN
OPQRSTUVWXYZ[
<>Â selecting the Camera Name and Preset Name, the screen displays the Left
M  When
keypad.
 Names can be up to 12 characters and can be entered via the joystick and the Enter
key. Once a name is entered, use the joystick and the Enter key to perform the Set
command and save the name.
BACK SPACE CLR SET
ALARM SETTING
Main Menu
Alarm Enable
z ON/OFF :
Enables or disables the Alarm function.
Alarm Input
z MOD
Enables selecting an Alarm Input method.
- NO (Normally Open)
IN 1.2.3.....8
IN 1.2.3.....8
Æ
Ä
ALM GND
Alarm Setting
ALM GND
ALARM OFF
ALARM ON
< Alarm input when N.O. is enabled >
- NC (Normally Closed)
IN 1.2.3.....8
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Alarm Enable
Alarm Input
Alarm/AUX Output
MD Dwell Time
ALM Dwell Time
OFF
OFF
HOLD
IN 1.2.3.....8
Æ
Ä
ALM GND
ALM MOD P SEQ. NO
ALM GND
ALARM OFF
ALARM ON
< Alarm input when N.C. is enabled >
IN1 OFF
IN2 OFF
IN3 OFF
.....
1 OFF
2 OFF
3 OFF
in the picture above, the Alarm Input must be entered with the Open or Closed switch signals. Supplying power without entering
M  Astheshown
signals may damage the product.
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z P(Priority) :
Set the priority of Alarm Inputs. If more than one alarm is simultaneously activated, the alarm with the
highest priority activates before the others.
z SEQ. :
● SETUP
Enables setting up a sequence action for the camera in response to an alarm.
You can configure the settings of: HOME/PRESET/SWING/GROUP/TOUR/TRACE/A.PAN/OFF
Alarm/AUX Output
Main Menu
z Setting 1, 2, 3 :
Enables selecting an Alarm Output method.
- DETECT MODE : Displays the alarm input ports (1~8) and the
motion detection input. If you set MD Input,
you can select one from: OFF/MD.
- AUX MODE : Both Alarm OUT/AUX OUT 1 and 2 are NC/NO
while Alarm OUT/AUX OUT 3 performs NO only.
z Timer 1, 2, 3 :
- On : If an alarm event occurs, the alarm will stay active for
the time specified. You can specify the time from at
least one second to a max of 60 minutes.
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
- MOMENT : The output operation will last until an alarm/AUX event
is released since its occurrence.
- The Alarm/AUX output system is equipped with a relay circuit,
whose output port operates as below: (based on “NO”)
/0
$0.
/$
Alarm Out OFF
/0
Ä
$0.
/$
Alarm Out ON
z OUT Off 1, 2, 3 :
- Output of an alarm/AUX event can be forcibly terminated
when it occurred.
Æ
Alarm Setting
Alarm Enable
Alarm Input
Alarm/AUX Output
MD Dwell Time
ALM Dwell Time
OFF
OFF
HOLD
Æ
Alarm/AUX Output
Setting
Setting
Setting
Timer
Timer
Timer
Out Off
Out Off
Out Off
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
DETECT MODE
DETECT MODE
DETECT MODE
OFF
OFF
OFF
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the power connector and GND incorrectly to the NC/NO and COM ports may cause a short circuit and fire,
M  Connecting
damaging the camera.
 The maximum power capacity of the built-in relay is 30VDC/2A, 125VAC/0.5A, and 250VAC/0.25A. Operating the
camera beyond the capacity may decrease the camera’s lifespan and damage it.
MD Dwell Time
When Motion Detection under the Preset Edit menu is selected,
MD Dwell Time performs the Tour or Group function.
While the camera is performing a sequence action, if motion is
detected from a selected preset location, the camera pauses
the sequence action operation and starts monitoring the location
instead for a duration that is set under the MD Dwell Time menu.
If the motion is no longer detectable or the duration expires, the
camera aborts the monitoring operation and then resumes the
sequence action.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
Alarm Setting
Alarm Enable
Alarm Input
Alarm/AUX Output
MD Dwell Time
ALM Dwell Time
OFF
OFF
HOLD
ALM Dwell Time
You can specify the time of sequence operation that will be activated if an event occurs from the alarm
input.
z SET:
The sequence operation will proceed for a specified time.
z HOLD:
The sequence operation will be maintained until the user deactivates it.
M  The alarm dwell time will be activated while the “Sequence Setting > Auto Run” option is active.
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IR ILLUMINATOR
In this menu, you can configure the IR Illuminator settings against a low contrast scene.
z IR Mode: Specify the use conditions for the IR Illuminator.
the IR mode is set to ON and the LED turns on, the screen will be
M  Ifdisplayed
in black and white mode. If the LED turns off, the screen will




return to the previous screen mode.
If you set the IR mode to “DAY/NIGHT”, “Camera Setting>Day/Night>Mode”
will be set to “Auto”, which you cannot change the setting.
If you set the IR mode to Sensor or Time mode, you cannot change “Camera
Setting> Day & Night > Mode” as you want.
When used with IR illuminator, changing the zoom ratio automatically
synchronizes the IR illuminator. Note that synchronizing IR illuminator to
zooming may slow down in low temperatures.
If the ambient temperature increases too high, the IR LED can turn off to
prevent overheat of the product.
Main Menu
● SETUP
- Off: Does not use the IR Illuminator.
- On: Activates the IR Illuminator.
- DAY/NIGHT: Synchronizes the IR Illuminator with Day/Night
mode of the camera. Set the Day/Night mode so
that the product uses the IR Illuminator in the night
but does not use the illuminator during the day.
- SENSOR: It will be in sync with the built-in brightness sensor of
the camera. See the next page for details.
- TIMED: Set the IR Illuminator to activate/deactivate at a specified
time. See the next page for details.
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
IR Illuminator
IR Mode
DAY/NIGHT
LED Max.Power MEDIUM
AUTO
LED Pwr.Ctrl
Focus Limit
ON
z LED Max. Power: Specify the maximum output of the IR Illuminator.
- LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH: The higher the level is, the brighter the indicator of the IR Illuminator becomes.
z LED Pwr.Ctrl : Set to control the indicator’s output of the IR Illuminator.
- AUTO : If the light from the IR indicator reflects on a short-distant object (causing saturation), this
will lower the max power of the IR indicator.
- MANUAL :Limit the output of the indicator to the value specified in “LED Max. Power”.
z Focus Limit: This is to restrict the auto focusing in a high zoom factor of the IR illuminator in order to
prevent unnecessarily extended duration of the auto focusing.
- On: If the IR indicator turns on and the zoom factor is at least x21, the focus mode will be set to Manual
regardless of the focus mode settings.
In Sequence mode, the focus will return to the preset value regardless of the focus mode settings.
To guarantee exact operation at night, you must make the preset settings in advance.
If you use the joystick to control the Pan/Tilt/Zoom operations, the focus mode will switch to
“Manual”. However, if you still want to enable the auto focusing, press the A/F button on the
controller to activate the auto focus mode.
For optimal IR performance, the intensity of the IR LED will be set to High regardless of the user settings.
- Off: The user focus settings and LED output settings will be applied.
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” SENSOR:
In this mode, the IR mode will be controlled according to the
illumination.
The “level” on the top right corner indicates the current illumination.
- LED On Level : Specify the illumination level that activates the IR mode.
If the illumination is below the specified level, the
indicator will turn on.
IR Illuminator
IR Mode
SENSOR
LED Max.Power MEDIUM
LED Pwr.Ctrl
AUTO
Focus Limit
ON
- LED Off Level : Specify the illumination level that deactivates the IR mode.
If the illumination is above the specified level, the indicator
will turn off.
Æ
Level=100
Sensor Mode
LED On Level
LED Off Level
040
060
M  LED ON Level cannot be higher than LED Off Level; LED Off Level cannot be lower than LED On Level.
 The sensor mode will be triggered if the lighting stays at a certain illumination for more than 5 seconds.
 Level difference between “LED ON Level” and “LED OFF Level” cannot be less than or equal to 10.
 If the Sensor mode is set to ON and the LED turns on, the screen will be displayed in black and white mode. If the LED
turns off, the screen will be displayed in color mode.
” TIMED:
You can use this option to set the IR Illuminator to On/Off at your
specified time.
- LED On Time: Specify the time to activate the IR mode.
- LED Off Time: Specify the time to deactivate the IR mode.
IR Illuminator
IR Mode
TIMED
LED Max.Power MEDIUM
LED Pwr.Ctrl
AUTO
Focus Limit
ON
Æ
TIMED Mode
Led On Time
Led Off Time
19:00
05:00
mode is set to ON and the LED turns on, the screen will be displayed in black and white mode. If the LED
M  Ifturnsthe Time
off, the screen will be displayed in color mode.
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INITIALIZE
z Power On Reset :
Restarts the camera.
z Factory Default Set :
z Auto Refresh :
Optimizes the settings of the electric circuits and component parts
of the camera on a regular basis.
This is useful for maintenance purpose, especially when the
camera faces a specific light source, or if the camera settings are
not maintained properly due to an extended time of recording
while rotating the camera in four directions.
- Off, 1~7 Days : Selecting Off disables Auto Refresh and selecting
1~7 Days automatically executes it after 1~7 days has passed.
Ú Auto Refresh takes about 10 seconds or less. Any sequence
operation that is being performed will be stopped and resume
after Auto refresh is completed.
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
● SETUP
Enables resetting the camera to its factory default settings. When
the mode is selected, all custom data such as preset locations are
deleted from the camera.
Use this function if it is necessary to reset the settings of the camera.
z Camera Default Set :
Reset the zoom module of the camera to the factory default. Use
this if you want to return the camera settings of such as Exposure
or Backlight to the factory default.
Main Menu
Æ
Initialize
Power On Reset
Factory Default Set
Camera Default Set
Auto Refresh
OFF
Fan Life
z Fan Life :Enables setting the Fan Life.
- Message Display: The following warning message will appear 2 months before the expiry of the fan
life. “Fan Life Expired. Replace the Fans”
f ON: Display the warning message. (Default)
f OFF: Do not display the warning message.
Ú [OFF] is to hide the message, rather than to delete it. Set it back to [ON]. Then, the warning
message will appear. (Only if you didn’t clear the message [Message Clear])
- Message Clear: Use this if you want to delete the warning message when it pops up.
Ú If you set [Message clear] to [On]after performing the command, no warning message will appear
on the screen.
- Time Reset: Set to count the fan life again after replacing the fan. (However, this is available only
after you see a warning message that the fan life has expired.)
Ú The fan life is counted only for an actual operation so the fan can be used longer than the
displayed time.
- Time Remain.(hour):
f 49000 : Remaining life of fan (unit: hour)
f The fan life will be updated when you access the [Fan Life] menu and if you press [ENTER] on the
[Time Remain.(hour)] item.
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setup
PASSWORD SETTING
The Password feature enables you to configure a password for
rebooting the camera and accessing the OSD and preventing
unauthorized modification of existing camera settings.
z On/Off :
Enables or disables Password protection.
z Edit Password
Change the password; enter the current password and then a
new one, consisting of 4 hexadecimal characters (0~F).
 The default password is "0000".
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
Password Setting
STATUS
Displays the settings and version of the camera.
z CAM MODEL :
Indicates the model name of the camera.
z CAM VER. :
Indicates the software version of the camera.
z DOME VER. :
Indicates the version of the camera control board.
z COAX VER. :
Indicates the software version of the Coax communication
z PROTOCOL :
Indicates the status of the current protocol.
z DOME ID :
Dome Camera ID
z CONTROLLER :
Indicates the settings of the current communications mode.
z MODEL NAME :
Shows the model name of the product.
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On/Off
Edit Password
OFF
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
IR Illuminator
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Æ
Camera Status
CAM MODEL
CAM VER.
DOME VER.
COAX VER.
PROTOCOL
DOME ID
CONTROLLER
MODEL NAME
= SCM2370/PAL
= V2. 06_ 111101
= V0. 50_111220
= V1. 00_110126
= AUTO DET
= 001
= Simplex
= SCP-2370RH
troubleshooting
TROUBLESHOOTING
If the product does not function properly, please see the below for trouble shooting.
Problem
Cause and Solution
Page
12~14
► Verify the setups of ID, protocol, and baud rates.
15~26
► Check if power cable is securely connected to the camera and the monitor.
Check if the video cable is properly connected. Consult the operation
manual of the system controller connected to the camera.
12~14
► Check if the iris of the lens is closed.
Adjust the menu for the iris of the lens.
40
► Check the camera’s fixed shutter speed.
Adjust the camera’s shutter menu.
40
The picture is too dark/bright.
► Check the camera’s Brightness menu.
Adjust the camera’s Brightness menu.
40
The monitor displays a white
image.
► Check if the iris of the lens is open.
Adjust the menu for the iris of the lens.
40
No picture is displayed on
monitor.
► Verify the distance between the camera and the subject, as well as the
subject’s surroundings.
Camera may have difficulty focusing on a subject against a white background.
► If Auto Focusing is having difficulty focusing on a particular subject, set
Focus Mode to Manual and adjust the focus by yourself.
38
► Use the camera’s reset menu to restore the camera settings in order to
default.
71
► Adjust Sharpness level.
47
► This can happen if the IR LED turns on with the zoom factor set to at least x21.
69
► Check if the video cable is properly connected.
-
► Make sure that the power cable and video cable do not exceed the
recommended maximum lengths.
27
► Adjust Sharpness level.
47
► Check the White Balance.
39
► Adjust Color Menu in Image Adj.
47
► Check if the camera is pointing directly at a fluorescent light or sunlight. If
so, change the camera’s direction to remove the flickering.
-
Picture is out of focus.
Digital noise appears in picture.
Picture’s colors are not good.
The picture is flickering.
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● TROUBLESHOOTING
► Check if the camera and peripheral devices are properly connected.
Controller does not work.
troubleshooting
Problem
Cause and Solution
Page
Afterimages appear in picture.
► Check Sens-Up settings.
40
Camera switches between color
and B&W modes frequently.
► Adjust Duration and Dwell Time in Day & Night menu.
46
► Check if power cable is securely connected to the camera and the monitor.
12~14
Check if the video cable is properly connected.
Consult the operation manual of the system controller connected to the camera.
Pan, tilt, zoom, and/or focus do
not work.
The camera’s position differs
from the position defined in a
preset.
Sequence configuration of the
camera does not work.
The upper side of the picture is
dark when the camera is on the
horizontal reference point.
Camera suddenly turns on or
moves to a preset position by
itself.
Coxial communication does not
work.
I turned on the power, but the
camera didn't start running.
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► Check if Pan Limit and/or Tilt Limit are set.
If so, remove the limit(s).
58
► A motor or the lens may be overheated.
If so, contact your service personnel or system provider for assistance.
-
► This phenomenon may happen, since the motors have a margin error of ±0.1˚.
-
► Check if Preset or another operation mode has been set.
► Check the Auto Refresh settings.
48~49
► You are seeing the camera's internal cover. The camera is functioning normally. -
► Check the Auto Run settings.
Auto Run puts a camera through a predefined action sequence if the user
does not use the Controller to operate the camera for a certain period of time.
56
► Check the Auto Refresh settings.
Auto Refresh optimizes the camera's circuitry and components according
to a predefined schedule.
71
► Check the distance between the camera and the monitor.
27
► If the distance between the camera and the monitor exceeds the
recommended maximum, please use an auxiliary video amp.
27
► Ensure that the Camera ID DIP switches (SW1) are all positioned to OFF.
19
► Please check the environment temperature; the camera may not operate
properly if it has been left at temperatures lower than -50º for a prolonged
duration.
6~7
► The motor may malfunction at temperatures lower than -20º; please turn
on the camera in Standby mode instead of [Initialize].
6~7
► Keep in Standby mode for at least 120 minutes. Once the internal
temperature reaches -20º or higher, the camera automatically resets itself
and activates the [Initialize] mode for normal operation.
6~7
Problem
Cause and Solution
Page
6~7
► A black screen does not indicate camera breakage; it resets itself and
starts displaying video again once its internal temperature reaches -20º or
higher.
6~7
► The motor may malfunction at temperatures lower than -20º ; please turn
on the camera in Standby mode instead of [Initialize].
6~7
► When the camera's internal temperature is between -10º to -20º, the
motor may malfunction, limiting the use of the Sequence and Turbo
commands.
6~7
► Once the internal temperature reaches -10º or higher, all Sequence modes
become reactivated normally.
6~7
► Please make sure to "Clear" the message from the screen.
6~7
► Such symptoms may occur if the camera's temperature increases from
-20º or lower to -20º or higher.
6~7
"Auto Refresh(Wait)" appears
and the camera reboots.
► Such symptoms may occur if the camera's temperature increases from
-10º or lower to -10º or higher to prevent the malfunction of motor.
6~7
“Please Check Heater System”
appears.
► The heater may malfunction.
Turn off the camera and call where you bought.
6~7
I can’t see the screen.
(The screen is black.)
The camera stops in the Initialize
mode and won’t proceed to the
next mode.
I can use the controller, but I
can’t activate the Sequence
command.
I can't get rid of this message
from the screen: “ Fan life
Expired. Replace the Fans.”
The camera suddenly resets
itself while displaying the black
screen.
Check the Power cord’s by periods
y The Power cord’s coating has
been damaged.
y The power cord is hot to touch
when the product is in operation.
y The power cord gets hot after
being folded or pulled on.
Continuing to use the product when its power cord is damaged constitutes an
electrical and fire hazard. The power plug must be removed from the outlet
immediately, and a qualified service personnel or your system provider should be
contacted for assistance.
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● TROUBLESHOOTING
► When the camera’s internal temperature drops down to -20º or lower, it
becomes unable to transmit video signals and may cause a black screen.
product specifications
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS)
Model
SCP-2370RH
1/4” Super HAD CCD II
Image Device
NTSC : 811(H) x 508(V)
Total Pixels
PAL : 795(H) x 596(V)
NTSC : 768(H) x 494(V)
Effective Pixels
PAL :752(H) x 582(V)
Scanning System
2:1 Interlace
Synchronization
Internal / Line Lock
NTSC : H : 15.734kHz / V : 59.94Hz
Frequency
PAL : H : 15.625KHz / V : 50Hz
Horizontal Resolution
Min. Illumination
Color : 600TV lines / BW : 700TV lines
<Use IR Illuminator>
0 Lux
<Do not use IR Illuminator>
COLOR : 0.2 Lux (50 IRE @ F1.6 ), 0.0004 Lux (50IRE, Color, Sens-up 512x )
B/W : 0.02 Lux (50 IRE @ F1.6 ), 0.00004 Lux (50IRE, B/W, Sens-up 512x )
S / N Ratio
52 dB (AGC off, Weight On)
Video Output
CVBS : 1.0 Vp-p / 75Ω composite
Focal Length
(Zoom Ratio)
3.5~129.5mm
Max. Aperture Ratio
1:1.6 (Wide) ~ 3.9 (Tele)
Angular Field of View
H : 55.5°(Wide) ~ 1.59°(Tele) / V : 42.5°(Wide) ~ 1.19°(Tele)
Min. Object Distance
1500mm
Focus Control
AUTO / MANUAL / ONE SHOT
Zoom Movement Speed
2.8sec
Pan Range
360° Endless
Pan Speed
Preset : 250°/sec, Manual : 0.024°/sec ~ 120°/sec
Tilt Range
-5° ~ 185°
Tilt Speed
Preset : 250°/sec, Manual : 0.024°/sec ~ 120°/sec
Preset
255
Preset Accuracy
OSD
±0.1°
NTSC: ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH, PORTUGUES, KOREAN, JAPANESE, TAIWANESE
PAL: ENGLISH, CHINESE, FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH, ITALIAN, PORTUGUES, POLISH, RUSIAN, CZECH,
TURKISH
Camera Title
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Off / On (Displayed 12 Characters)
Model
SCP-2370RH
Day & Night
Auto (ICR) / Color / B/W
Back Light
BLC / HLC / Off
Contrast Enhancement
SSDR (Off/On)
SSNR III (Off/On)
Digital Image
Stabilization
Off/On
Motion Detection
Off/On
Privacy Masking
Off/On (8 programmable zones)
Sens-up
Gain Control
White Balance
Electronic Shutter
Speed
Digital Zoom
2x ~ 512x
Off/Low/Medium/High/Manual
ATW / ATW (IN) / ATW (OUT) / Manual / AWC
NTSC :1/60~1/120,000sec
PAL : 1/50~1/120,000sec
Off/On (2x ~ 16x)
Digital Flip
Off/On
Schedule
Day/Time
Alarm
Communication
Protocol
Operating Temperature
/ Humidity
Ingress Protection
Input Voltage
Power Consumption
8 In 3 Out
RS-485/422, Coaxial Control
Coax : Pelco-C ( Coaxitron )
RS-485: Auto Detected, SAMSUNG-T, SAMSUNG-E, Pelco(D/P), Panasonic, Vicon,Honeywell,AD,GE,BOSCH
-50°C ~ +55°C / Less than 100% RH
IP66
24V AC ±10%, 50/60Hz
15W / Max. 90W (Fan & Heater)
Color / Material
Ivory, Aluminum
Dimension (Φ×H)
Φ248 x 399.5mm
Weight
● PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Digital Noise
Reduction
6 Kg
Ú The specification for this product may change without prior notice for product improvement.
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product specifications
DIMENSIONS
Unit : mm (inch)
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MEMO
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