Samsung SADT-104WM User`s guide

SmartDome Camera
User’s Guide
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SCC-C6433(P)/C6435(P)
GER
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SPA
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Safety Precautions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
This symbol indicates that dangerous
voltage consisting a risk of electric
shock is present within this unit.
This symbol indicates that there are
important operating and maintenance
instructions in the literature
accompanying this unit.
WARNING
•T
o reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
•WARNING
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter
that is specified in the specification sheet.
Using any other adapter could cause fire,
electrical shock, or damage to the product.
2. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or
replacing battery may cause explosion, fire,
electric shock, or damage to the product.
3. Do not connect multiple cameras to a single
adapter. Exceeding the capacity may cause
abnormal heat generation or fire.
4. Securely plug the power cord into the
power receptacle. Insecure connection
may cause fire.
5. When installing the camera, fasten it
securely and firmly. A falling camera may
cause personal injury.
6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g.
screwdrivers, coins, metal things, etc.) or
containers filled with water on top of the
camera. Doing so may cause personal injury
due to fire, electric shock, or falling objects.
7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or
sooty locations. Doing so may cause fire
or electric shock.
8. If any unusual smells or smoke come
from the unit, stop using the product. In
such case, immediately disconnect the
power source and contact the service
centre. Continued use
in such a condition may cause fire or
electric shock.
9. If this product fails to operate normally,
contact the nearest service centre. 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.
7. Avoid aiming the camera directly towards
extremely bright objects such as sun,
as this may damage the CCD image
sensor.
8. Apparatus shall not be exposed to
dripping or splashing and no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be
placed on the apparatus.
9. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device
and shall stay readily operable at any time.
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CAUTION
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°F), low
temperature (below 14°F), 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 then there is a lightning.
Neglecting to do so may cause fire or
damage to the product.
5. Keep out of direct sunlight and heat
radiation sources. It may cause fire.
6. Install it in a place with good ventilation.
Important Safety Instructions
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, or
other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
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.
Protect the power cord from being
walked on or pinched particularly at
plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories
specified by the manufacturer.
Use only with cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus.
13. Unplug this apparatus. When a cart is
used, use caution when moving the
cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel. Servicing is required when
the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply 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 been dropped.
Contents
Overview............................................................................................ 8
About this guide.............................................................................8
Product overview............................................................................8
Main features..................................................................................8
Components....................................................................................8
CHECKING COMPONENTS IN THE PACKAGE........................8
NAMES OF EACH PART............................................................9
Installation......................................................................................10
ENG
Before installation........................................................................10
THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND DURING INSTALLATION AND USE......10
Initial settings...............................................................................10
CAMERA ADDRESS SETUP....................................................10
SETTING COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL.............................. 11
BAUD RATE SETTING.............................................................12
SETTING RS-422A/RS-485 TERMINATION............................13
Adapter cable connection............................................................15
Cable connection..........................................................................16
Installation precautions...............................................................19
Separately sold products for installation...................................19
Installing the camera....................................................................24
Camera Setup.................................................................................28
Camera set....................................................................................32
CAMERA ID..............................................................................32
V-SYNC.....................................................................................32
DAY/NIGHT...............................................................................33
MOTION DET............................................................................36
ZOOM SPEED..........................................................................39
DIGITAL ZOOM.........................................................................39
DISPLAY ZOOM........................................................................40
DISPLAY P/T.............................................................................41
EXIT..........................................................................................41
Video set.......................................................................................42
IRIS...........................................................................................42
ALC...........................................................................................42
SHUTTER.................................................................................45
AGC..........................................................................................46
MOTION....................................................................................47
WHITE BAL...............................................................................48
FOCUS MODE..........................................................................49
SPECIAL...................................................................................50
EXIT..........................................................................................52
Preset............................................................................................53
Zone set.........................................................................................55
PRIVACY ZONE........................................................................55
ZONE DIR SET.........................................................................56
ZONE AREA SET......................................................................57
Auto set.........................................................................................60
AUTO PAN................................................................................60
PATTERN..................................................................................62
SCAN........................................................................................63
AUTO PLAY..............................................................................64
Alarm set.......................................................................................65
ALARM PRIORITY SET............................................................66
ALARM IN SET.........................................................................66
ALARM OUT SET.....................................................................66
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AUTO SET................................................................................66
AUX OUT CONTROL................................................................66
Other set.......................................................................................67
PROPORTIONAL P/T...............................................................67
TURBO P/T...............................................................................67
AUTO CAL................................................................................67
D-FLIP.......................................................................................68
CAM RESET.............................................................................68
LANGUAGE..............................................................................68
PASSWORD..............................................................................69
RS-485......................................................................................70
Clock set.......................................................................................70
System info...................................................................................71
Shortcut keys................................................................................72
Product Specifications................................................................75
Overview
❚ About this guide
This user guide includes basic instructions for
the product. It is recommended that all users
read this guide before use.
This guide is divided as follows:
“Overview” introduces the user guide and product
related information.
“Installation” explains how to set and install the
product.
 “Camera Setup” presents the structure of the
Setup menu for the SCC-C6435(P)/6433(P)
including a detailed explanation of the functions
performed in each submenu.
“Product Specifi cations” provides the
specifications of the product.
❚ Product overview
This camera is a zoom lens built in smart
dome camera which provides you with the
best monitoring function in connection with
CCTV at banks or companies. This camera is
a high quality surveillance camera using x32
zoom lens and digital zoom IC, it can catch
clear images up to 510 times.
This camera uses an Alarm function for alert
situations and moving camera in the direction
you want, ZOOM-IN and ZOOM-OUT
functions can be remote controlled.
Special functions

WDR to cover the full screen irregardless of its
brightness
DAY/NIGHT to improve the sensitivity by
automatic conversion into the black and white
mode at night or in the environment with low
illumination
White Balance to control the brightness to the
illumination
Backlight Compensation under spotlight or
utmost bright illumination
Auto Focus to automatically adjust the focus
to the subject movement
Privacy zone to hide a specific area for
personal privacy
PAN/TILT for precise control at high speed
❚ Components
CHECKING COMPONENTS IN THE PACKAGE
Please check your camera and accessories
are included in the package. Those
components are as shown below:
SCC-C6435(P)/C6433(P) Camera Holder Adapter
Note
SCC-C6433(P) does not support for WDR function.
❚ Main features
Power: DC 12V/AC 24V
User’s Guide
Screws
NAMES OF EACH PART
Your camera has the following components:
ENG
1. Camera Holder Adapter
2. Camera Body
3. Zoom Lens
4. Cover-dome
5. Alarm Output: N/O, COM, N/C, AO-2, AO-1, GND
6. Alarm Input (1~8): AI-8, AI-7, AI-6, AI-5,GND, AI-4, AI-3, AI-2, AI-1, GND
7. RS-485: TXD+, TXD-, RXD+, RXD8. Power Input: 24V, EARTH, 24V
9. Video Output
Installation
❚ Before installation
THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND DURING INSTALLATION AND USE
• Do not disassemble the camera on your own.
• Always be careful when handling the camera. Do not strike the camera by your fists or shake
it. Please be careful not to be careless when storing and operating it.
• Do not place or operate the camera in any wet environment such as rain or wet surfaces.
•D
o not clean the camera with rough sandpaper. Please always use a dry cloth when cleaning it.
• Put the camera in a cool area free from direct sunlight. Otherwise, the camera may be damaged.
❚ Initial setting
CAMERA ADDRESS SETUP
Use SW703, SW704, or SW705 for Camera Address setup. You may allocate up to 255
addresses by using SW703 to set the 3rd digit, SW704 the 2nd digit, and SW705 the 1st digit.
EX) In case of Camera Address 1, see the following figure for setup.
SW703
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SW704
SW705
SETTING COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL
Use number 1~4 PIN of SW702 to set communication Protocol.
PIN
Comp
PIN1
PIN2
PIN3
PIN4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
C
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
D
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
E
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
F
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
G
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
H
ON
ON
ON
OFF
I
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
J
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
K
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
L
ON
ON
OFF
ON
M
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
N
ON
OFF
ON
ON
O
OFF
ON
ON
ON
P
ON
ON
ON
ON
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A
B
A : SAMSUNG HALF
B : SAMSUNG FULL
X100
X10
X1
<Bottom View of Camera Holder>
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BAUD RATE SETTING
Use PIN 5 and 6 of SW702. BAUD RATE
PIN 5
PIN 6
4800 BPS
ON
ON
9600 BPS
OFF
ON
19200 BPS
ON
OFF
38400 BPS
OFF
OFF
The factory default setting is set to 9600BPS.
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SETTING RS-422A/RS-485 TERMINATION
Controller
Division
TX+(DATA+)
TX-(DATA-)
RX+
n < 32
RX- RX+
CAM 1
RX- RX+
CAM 2
RX- RX-
CAM n-1
Termination
SW1-ON
RX+
CAM n
<RS-485 Half Duplex Organization>
Termination: using numbers 1 and 2 PIN, turn to ON and it will be terminated.
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ENG
As it is shown in the structure map, when Controller and RS-422A/RS-485 is connected,
it should be terminated according to the Cable feature of impedance on the each end of the
transmitting line to transfer the signals in long distance by controlling the reflection of the signals
to the lowest.
n < 32
Controller
Division
SW1-ON
SW2-ON
Division
CAM 1
CAM 2
CAM n-1
CAM n
<RS-422A/RS-485 Full Duplex Organization>
Note
A communication error may occur if you connect multiple cameras that are assigned the same address
in the network.
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❚ Adapter cable connection
SCC-C6435 Adapter Board
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❚ Cable connection
1. First, connect one end of the BNC video cable connector to the Video Output Terminal
(VIDEO OUT).
2. Then, connect the other end of the connector to the Video Input Terminal of the monitor.
IN
OUT
Video terminal on the
rear of monitor
BNC Cable
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3. Connect the Power Adapter to the Power Cable of the camera.
4. Adjust the switch on the Power Adapter to the proper voltage. Then, connect the Power
Adapter's plug to the Power Connector.
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Power Selection Switch
under the Power Adaptor
Power Selection Switch
under the Power Adaptor
7 )
5
&"3 7
7
&"35)
7
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5. Connect the Remote Control Terminal of the camera and the external Controller.
59%
59%
39%
39%
Adapter Cable
Controller
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❚ Installation precautions
1. Make sure that the installation site can sufficiently support a minimum of four times the net
weight of the SCC-C6435(P)/6433(P) SmartDome camera and other accessories.
2. Install in an area where the space above the ceiling board is over 18 cm (7 in.) high.
3. Use the supplied screws to fasten the camera to the bracket assembly.
4. Keep persons away from the installation area, as there is a risk of falling objects.
Also, move valuables to a safe location before installation.
ENG
❚ Separately sold products for installation
Depending on the installation site, it may be convenient to use one of the following products.
1. CEILING MOUNT BRACKET (SADT-101EC)
This bracket is used for installing the SmartDome camera in the plenum above the drop
ceiling.
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2. WALL MOUNT ADAPTOR (SADT-104WM)
This adaptor is used for installing the SmartDome camera on an indoor wall.
3. HANGING MOUNT ADAPTOR (SADT-100HM)
This adaptor is used for installing the SmartDome camera to an outdoor wall or a ceiling and
used with CEILING MOUNT ADAPTOR(SADT-100CM).
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4. OUTDOOR HOUSING (SHG-222)
This housing is used for installing the SmartDome camera to an outdoor wall or a ceiling.
ENG
※ To install and use OUTDOOR HOUSING, remove the Clear Dome from the Camera body
before installation.
※ When installing the OUTDOOR HOUSING to an outdoor wall, use WALL MOUNT
ADAPTOR (SADT-103WM) to install it.
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5. CEILING MOUNT ADAPTOR (SADT-100CM)
This adaptor is used for installing the OUTDOOR HOUSING(SHG-222) and HANGING
MOUNT ADAPTOR(SADT-100HM) for the SmartDome camera to a concrete ceiling. It is
also used for installing the SmartDome camera with HANGING MOUNT ADAPTOR
(SADT-100HM) to an indoor wall.
6. POLE MOUNT ADAPTOR (SADT-100PM)
This adaptor is used for installing the WALL MOUNT ADAPTOR (SADT-104WM/103WM) to
a pole that is over 8 cm (2.76 in.) in diameter.
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7. CORNER MOUNT ADAPTOR (SADT-110CM)
This adaptor is used for installing the WALL MOUNT ADAPTOR (SADT-104WM/103WM) to
the edge of wall.
ENG
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❚ Installing the camera
1. Install the structure on the ceiling. (Refer to Installation reference for the Length of the
structure)
* Built in by the builder of the structure
2. Make a hole in the ceiling where the camera will be installed. (The hole should be about ø185)
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3. Assemble the BRACKET-CEILING on the ceiling and screw the 4 bolts in.
BRACKET-CEILING
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4. Connect the various cables to the CAMERA ADAPTER.
IN
OUT
Power Selection
Switch under
the Power Adaptor
Video terminal on the
rear of monitor
BNC Cable
Power Selection
Switch under
the Power Adaptor
7 )
5
&" 3 7
7
&"35)
7
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5. Match the BRACKET-CEILING and CAMERA ADAPTER and use 4screws (PH M4 x 8) to
assemble them.
BRACKET-CELING
ASSY-HOLDER CAMERA
6. Pull the safety wire from the case body, and assembly it to the camera holder.
SAFETY WIRE
SCREW(TH M3XL13.8)
DOME
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7. Match the 3 holes on the back of the CAMERA and the CONNECTOR and turn it right about
10 degrees. (Check the sound of LOCKING)
* Use the screws (TH M3XL13.8) to connect the CAMERA and the ADAPTER so they don't
move.
ENG
SCREW(TH M3XL13.8)
DOME
10°
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Camera Setup
CAMERA SET ...
VIDEO SET...
CAMERA ID
OFF/ON...
V-SYNC
INT/LINE..
DAY/NIGHT
DAY.../NIGHT.../AUTO...
MOTION DET
OFF/ON...
ZOOM SPEED
1/2/3/4
DIGITAL ZOOM
OFF/X2~X16
DISPLAY ZOOM
OFF/ON
DISPLAY P/T
OFF/ON
EXIT
QUIT/SAVE/PRESET
IRIS
ALC.../MANU.../WDR...*
SHUTTER
OFF/AUTO X2 ~ AUTO
X256/1/100 ~ 1/10K
AGC
OFF/LOW/HIGH
MOTION
S.SLOW/SLOW/NORM/FAST/
F.FAST
WHITE BAL
ATW1/ATW2/AWC/MANU
FOCUS MODE
ONEAF/AF/MF
SPECIAL
DNR
OFF/ON
FLICKERLESS
OFF/ON
REVERSE
OFF/H/V/H/V
DETAIL
Y-LEVEL
C-LEVEL
POSI/NEGA
RET
EXIT
Note
*SCC-C6433(P) does not support for WDR function.
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QUIT/SAVE/PRESET
PRESET MAP
0~127
ZONE SET...
PRIVACY ZONE
OFF/ON...
ZONE DIR SET
OFF/ON...
ZONE AREA SET
OFF/ON...
EXIT
QUIT/SAVE
AUTO PAN
1/2/3/4
PATTERN
1/2/3
SCAN
1/2/3/4
AUTO PLAY
OFF
AUTO SET...
1...
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PRESET
AUTO RETURN
OFF/1MIN~12HOUR
AUTO PLAY
PRESET/SCAN/AUTO PAN/PATTERN
PLAY NUMBER 1/2/3/4
2...
ALARM SET...
ALARM PRIORITY SET...
ALARM IN SET...
SET TIME
ALARM1~8
1~8
EXIT
QUIT/SAVE
ALARM1~8
NO/NC/OFF
EXIT
ALARM OUT SET...
AUTO SET...
ALARM1~8
1~3
MOTION
1~3
EXIT
QUIT/SAVE
ALARM1~8
OFF/PATTERN1~3/
HALF1~2/FULL/SCAN1~4
MOTION
OFF/PATTERN1~3/
HALF1~2/FULL/SCAN1~4
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AUX OUT CONTROL...
OTHER SET...
OUT1
OFF/ON
OUT2
OFF/ON
OUT3
OFF/ON
EXIT
QUIT/SAVE
PROPORTIONAL P/T
OFF/ON
TURBO P/T
OFF/ON
AUTO CAL.
OFF/6HOUR/12HOUR/
18HOUR/24HOUR
D-FLIP
OFF/ON
CAM RESET
...
LANGUAGE*
CLOCK SET...
PASSWORD
OFF/ON
RS-485
...
EXIT
QUIT/SAVE
DISPLAY
OFF/ON
TIME FORMAT
12HOUR/24HOUR
SET TIME
DATE FORMAT
MM/DD/YYYY DD/MM/YYYY
YYYY/MM/DD
SET DATE
EXIT
QUIT/SAVE
SYSTEM INFO...
Note
*Selectable languages may vary depending on sales region.
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Note
- If the power is turned off after PRESET, AUTO PAN, SCAN, PATTERN function is activated and no other
control is made, camera will do the same function after the power is turned on.
-W
hen tilt position is over 90° and menu-on command is received, pan will automatically rotate 180° and tilt
will be move to the corresponding position.
Use the controller to press the MENU selection key and the following screen will be displayed.
** MAIN MENU **
① PASSWORD UNDEFINED
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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CAMERA SET...
VIDEO SET...
PRESET...
ZONE SET...
AUTO SET...
ALARM SET...
OTHER SET...
CLOCK SET...
SYSTEM INFO...
****
② PASSWORD DEFINED
In case of ① , use UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT/ENTER key for MENU setup. In case of ② , type
in the 4 digit password first. If correct, the MENU selection screen like ① will be displayed and
you will be able to set up MENU by pressing UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT/ENTER key.
Default password is “0123”.
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❚ Camera setup
CAMERA ID
This CAMERA ID menu is used to assign a camera ID to this camera. If you press the Setup
switch when the CAMERA ID menu is selected, the corresponding setup screen appears.
(CAMERA SET)
CAMERA ID
V-SYNC
DAY/NIGHT
MOTION DET
ZOOM SPEED
DIGITAL ZOOM
DISPLAY ZOOM
DISPLAY P/T
EXIT
ON...
INT
DAY...
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
OFF
QUIT
(CAMERA ID)
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789 : ! - + * () /
RET
SP ▶▶ ◀◀ SP LOCATION...
CAMERA-1...........
You can input a camera ID composed of alphabets, numbers, and special characters up to 20
characters long. The input camera ID can be displayed at the desired location when using the
LOCATION… submenu. When you press the Setup switch in RET, the screen returns to the
upper menu.
V-SYNC
In the V-SYNC menu, vertical synchronization can be selected. The vertical synchronization
signal supported by the camera is the INT mode made by clock inside the camera and LINE
mode adjusting vertical synchronization to the exterior power frequency.
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(CAMERA SET)
CAMERA ID V-SYNC DAY/NIGHT MOTION DET ZOOM SPEED DIGITAL ZOOM DISPLAY ZOOM DISPLAY P/T EXIT (LL-PHASE)
OFF
LINE...
DAY...
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
OFF
QUIT
PHASE ( -262) I - - - - RET
DAY/NIGHT
The DAY/NIGHT menu is used to configure the day and night related settings for this camera.
This camera can turn the IR (Infrared) filter on or off.
(CAMERA SET)
CAMERA ID V-SYNC DAY/NIGHT MOTION DET ZOOM SPEED DIGITAL ZOOM DISPLAY ZOOM DISPLAY P/T EXIT OFF
INT
DAY...
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
OFF
QUIT
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ENG
Select LINE and press Enter. You will see the LINE LOCK submenu where you can adjust the
phase of the LINE LOCK. You can use the PHASE menu of the LINE LOCK submenu to assign
as much PHASE as you want.
DAY...
If you press the ENTER when the DAY… submenu is selected, the corresponding screen
appears. You can set the values for [C-GAIN] when the DAY… submenu is selected. You can
set the values for [AGC COLOR] and [AGC DETAIL] while the AGC menu is selected.
(DAY)
C-GAIN
AGC COLOR
AGC DETAIL
RET
(7) ------- I
( 0) ---- I---(0) I-------
Note
When the value of AGC DETAIL becomes large, it also makes the noise stand out.
NIGHT...
If you press the ENTER when the NIGHT… submenu is selected, the corresponding screen
appears.
(NIGHT)
COLOR/BW RET
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BW...
(BW)
BURST RET
(COLOR)
OFF
WHITE BAL RET
ATW2
ENG
Even in night mode, you can see colour images in bright illumination. Therefore you can select
any of [COLOR…] and [BW…]. In case of [COLOR…], you have to set the colour temperature
for white balance. You can also specify the settings for red and blue colours on your own. In
case of [BW...], the burst signals are output with the BW Composite Video signals when the
BURST is set to [ON]. And no burst signals are output when the BURST is set to [OFF].
Note
When it is set to [NIGHT], [WHITE BAL] of the video set will be displayed as “---“. You cannot adjust the
settings manually.
When it is set to [COLOR] in the NIGHT mode, the white balance will be setting as the same value in [COLOR]
mode.
AUTO…
This automatically converts the DAY mode to NIGHT mode and vice versa depending on
illumination. In low illumination, it removes the IR filtering function to raise the sensitivity.
Otherwise, it activates the IR filtering function to lower the sensitivity. If you press the ENTER
when the AUTO… submenu is selected, the corresponding screen appears.
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(AUTO)
LEVEL
DAY  NIGHT NIGHT  DAY RET
( 0) I-----2S
5S
For this function, you can specify the level for each conversion between Day and Night.
Note
When the DAY/NIGHT is set to [AUTO...], the AGC is displayed with “---“ so you cannot change its setting.
MOTION DET
The MOTION DET menu is used to configure the motion detection related settings. If you press the
ENTER when [ON…] is selected in the MOTION DET menu, the corresponding screen appears.
(CAMERA SET)
CAMERA ID V-SYNC DAY/NIGHT MOTION DET ZOOM SPEED DIGITAL ZOOM DISPLAY ZOOM DISPLAY P/T EXIT (MOTION DET)
OFF
INT
DAY...
ON...
4
OFF
OFF
OFF
QUIT
TYPE
AREA
DISPLAY
SENSITIVITY
RET
1
0* 1* 2* 3*
ON
L --- I--- H
You cannot change the setting for type 2 because it is prefixed with the full screen. In case of 1
and 3, you can set the motion detection area on your own.
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Those 3 types are like the following:
1. W
indow Type
The selected area is displayed with a box. The motion can be detected for the area only. You can
manually set the motion detection area. You can use the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT Setup switch to
set the size. To move to POSITION, press the switch. After setting the position using the UP/DOWN/
LEFT/RIGHT Setup switch, press the Setup switch to move to the upper menu. To set the size and
position for AREA, select any of 0, 1, 2, and 3.
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Note
The selected window for AREA is displayed in white and the unselected one is displayed in black.
2. L
abel Type
The box-typed motion detection area is prefixed. The detected area is displayed with size and position
changing. You cannot change AREA because it is displayed with “---.”
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3. Block Type
The screen displays with small blocks. When a motion is detected in the selected blocks, the small
blocks are displayed on the screen.
[PRESET]:The whole screen becomes the motion detection area.
[USER...] :You can manually set the motion detection area. Use the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT,
ENTER to set the area. To erase the selected block, press the ENTER.
To select [RET], press UP key on the top block or press DOWN key on the bottom block and then
press ENTER key to return a upper menu.
In order to set the motion detection area on your own, you have to specify the size and location for
the area setting. When [ON] is selected in DISPLAY, the detected motion is displayed on the screen
and the camera sends the Alarm Out signal. You can also assign the sensitivity for motion detection.
Note
- MOTION DET menu is not available for the first 5 seconds after operating the PAN/TILT/ZOOM/FOCUS/
IRIS functions.
- Since the motion detecting function depends on the brightness of selected area, it may dysfunction due to
the different brightness between the background and object.
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ZOOM SPEED
In the ZOOM SPEED, menu you can select the speed of the ZOOM Key (Tele/Wide).
(CAMERA SET)
OFF
INT
DAY...
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
OFF
QUIT
ENG
CAMERA ID
V-SYNC DAY/NIGHT MOTION DET ZOOM SPEED DIGITAL ZOOM DISPLAY ZOOM DISPLAY P/T EXIT Use the Left/Right key in the ZOOM SPEED menu to select the speed.
1: Slowest speed
2: Low speed
3: High speed
4: Fastest speed
DIGITAL ZOOM
You may set up the digital zoom magnification ratio in the DIGITAL ZOOM menu. The
magnification ratio ranges from OFF to 16. If you set Digital Zoom of the camera to max. 16
times, the mode will become the 32 time optical zoom and you will be able to enlarge a subject
by max. 512 times. Use Left or Right to select a magnification ratio in the DIGITAL ZOOM
menu.
OFF à X2 à X4 à X6 à X8 à X10 à X12 à X14 -> X16
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(CAMERA SET)
CAMERA ID V-SYNC DAY/NIGHT MOTION DET ZOOM SPEED DIGITAL ZOOM DISPLAY ZOOM DISPLAY P/T EXIT (CAMERA SET)
OFF
INT
DAY...
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
OFF
QUIT
CAMERA ID V-SYNC DAY/NIGHT MOTION DET ZOOM SPEED DIGITAL ZOOM DISPLAY ZOOM DISPLAY P/T EXIT OFF
INT
DAY...
OFF
4
X16
OFF
OFF
QUIT
DISPLAY ZOOM
In DISPLAY ZOOM, you can display the ZOOM scale on the screen.
(CAMERA SET)
CAMERA ID V-SYNC DAY/NIGHT MOTION DET ZOOM SPEED DIGITAL ZOOM DISPLAY ZOOM DISPLAY P/T EXIT X032
OFF
INT
DAY...
OFF
4
OFF
ON
OFF
QUIT
Note
If no change on the ZOOM scale is made for 3 seconds, the information window will disappear.
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DISPLAY P/T
In DISPLAY P/T, you can display the position of Pan/Tilt on the screen.
(CAMERA SET)
270/090
OFF
INT
DAY...
OFF
4
OFF
ON
ON
QUIT
ENG
CAMERA ID V-SYNC DAY/NIGHT MOTION DET ZOOM SPEED DIGITAL ZOOM DISPLAY ZOOM DISPLAY P/T EXIT Note
- If no change on the Pan/Tilt position is made for 3 seconds, the information window will disappear.
- It allows an error range of ± 2˚.
EXIT
The EXIT menu is used to return to the MAIN menu.
- QUIT : Ignores the changed information and restores the saved information.
- SAVE : Saves the information of the setting condition of the menu.
- PRESET : Ignores the changed information and restores the initial factory defaults of the menu.
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❚ Video set
IRIS
There is a function to automatically adjust IRIS to the incoming light level. Owing to this
function, you may set up the brightness level yourself. The ALC(Auto Light Control) menu
allows you for video output level setup. The WDR(Wide Dynamic Range) menu allows you for
setting up the level of WDR.
Note
SCC-C6433(P) does not support for WDR function.
MANU
Choose the ALC of the IRIS item and press the ENTER and set the submenu to the Video
Output level and BLC will be shown. The Video Output Level can be set in the level item using
the Left/Right keys.
BLC (Submenu of the ALC menu)
If you use a general camera to photograph a subject under backlight or bright illumination, the
subject will be shown dark on the monitor due to the backlight. BLC(Back Light Compensation)
is used to prevent such a backlight problem to secure distinct images under bright illumination.
Using the Left, Right keys, you can set up [BOTTOM…], [TOP…], [LEFT…], [RIGHT…],
[CENTRE…] 5 preset areas and the [USER…] function that can directly set the areas. For
example, for the items in the BLC menu, you can confirm the preset BOTTOM area by pressing
the ENTER key in the [BOTTOM…] status.
(VIDEO SET)
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(ALC)
IRIS SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
FOCUS MODE
SPECIAL
ALC...
OFF
HIGH
ATW2
ONEAF
...
EXIT
QUIT
BLC
LEVEL
RET
OFF
( 0) ---- I----
(ALC)
BLC
LEVEL
RET
BOTTOM...
( 0) ---- I----
ENG
For items in the BLC menu, the user can set the area and location of the BLC area by pressing
ENTER key after put the cursor on [USER…] using the Left, Right key. For AREA items, you
can use the Up, Down, Left, Right key to designate the AREA, and then press the ENTER key.
You can set the location for areas using the Up, Down, Left, Right key in the [LOCATION].
(ALC)
BLC
LEVEL
RET
(BLC)
USER...
( 0) ---- I----
<SIZE>
<LOCATION>...
RET
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(BLC)
(BLC)
<SIZE>
<LOCATION>...
RET
<SIZE>...
<LOCATION>
RET
Use Left, Right key in the LEVEL menu to control the video output level (brightness).
MANU
When you press the ENTER key after selecting MANU in the IRIS item, an additional screen
appears in which you can set manually opening or closing the IRIS.
(VIDEO SET)
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(MANUAL)
IRIS SHUTTER AGC WHITE BAL FOCUS MODE SPECIAL MANU...
OFF
HIGH
ATW2
ONEAF
...
EXIT QUIT
LEVEL
RET
( 00) ---- I----
WDR
The WDR camera is a state-of-art technology to expand the screen profit, mostly effective when
you photograph both indoor and outdoor. In short, this function provides you with the distinct
reproduction of not only the indoor but also the outdoor. Press the ENTER to set up the WDR
level.
(VIDEO SET)
(WDR)
WDR...
OFF
HIGH
ATW2
ONEAF
...
EXIT
QUIT
LEVEL1
LEVEL2
WHITE BAL
RET
ENG
IRIS SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
FOCUS MODE
SPECIAL
L --- I---- H
L --- I---- H
INDOOR
You can adjust the shutter speed in LEVEL 1 and the brightness in LEVEL 2. You can also
select any of ALL, OUTDOOR, and INDOOR in WHITE BAL. In case of ALL, this camera
controls both indoor and outdoor images.
Note
SCC-C6433(P) does not support for WDR function.
SHUTTER
You may designate both the fast electronic shutter speed and low electronic shutter speed in
the SHUTTER menu. The fast electronic shutter supports 7 shutter speeds from 1/100(1/120)
to 1/10K second to be used for the bright and fast video image. The AUTO slow electronic
shutter supports 13 shutter speeds from x2 to x256 and sets the shutter speed to be slow In
order to make the image on the screen more distinct and brighter when you photograph under
dark illumination. If you want to sense the light brightness to control the shutter speed to the
brightness automatically, select the AUTO slow shutter.
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(VIDEO SET)
IRIS SHUTTER AGC WHITE BAL FOCUS MODE SPECIAL ALC...
OFF
HIGH
ATW2
ONEAF
...
EXIT QUIT
Keep pressing both Left and Right in the SHUTTER menu, the speed will change in the following
sequence.
OFF → AUTO X2 → AUTO X4 → AUTO X6 → AUTO X8 → AUTO X12 → AUTOX16 → AUTO
X24 → AUTO X32 → AUTO X48 → AUTO X64 → AUTO X96 → AUTO X128 → AUTO X256 →
OFF → 1/120 → 1/250 → 1/500 → 1/1000 → 1/2000 → 1/4000 → 1/10K
※ In case the IRIS mode is set to WDR, only the following modes are available.
OFF→ AUTO X2 → AUTO X4 → AUTO X6 → AUTO X8 → AUTO X12 → AUTOX16 → AUTO
X24 → AUTO X32 → AUTO X48 → AUTO X64 → AUTO X96 → AUTO X128 → AUTO X256
AGC
The AGC menu was designed to provide you with brighter screen supposed you photographed
any subject in the dark resulting in less brighter image than regulated. AGC menu setup is
available only when the SHUTTER menu is set to Fast Shutter or [Off]. Press Left/Right to go
to [LOW] or [HIGH] and the AGC function will be activated. [LOW] is use to lower the maximum
AGC GAIN and [HIGH] raise the maximum AGC GAIN.
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(VIDEO SET)
IRIS SHUTTER AGC WHITE BAL FOCUS MODE SPECIAL ALC...
OFF
HIGH
ATW2
ONEAF
...
EXIT
QUIT
ENG
Note
When the COLOR/BW menu of the camera set is set to [AUTO...], AGC will be displayed as “---“. You can’t
adjust the settings manually.
MOTION
The MOTION function is available only when the SHUTTER menu is set to Slow Shutter AUTO,
being composed of 5 steps, [S.SLOW], [SLOW], [NORM], [FAST], [F.FAST].
- [S.SLOW] reduces the amount of AGC as much as possible to monitor subjects with no
immobility in the dark.
- [SLOW] reduces the amount of AGC to monitor subjects with little immobility in the dark.
- [NORM] sets the amount of AGC to the middle to monitor mobile subjects in the dark.
- [FAST] raises the amount of AGC to monitor fast subjects in the dark.
- [F.FAST] reduces the amount of AGC as much as possible to monitor very fast subjects in the dark.
When the SHUTTER menu is set to AUTO, press Down to locate the cursor in the MOTION
menu and press Left and Right for MOTION function setup. Press Left to the SLOW side and
Right to the FAST side.
(VIDEO SET)
IRIS SHUTTER MOTION WHITE BAL
FOCUS MODE SPECIAL ALC...
AUTO X2
F.FAST
ATW2
ONEAF
...
EXIT QUIT
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WHITE BAL
Lights are generally denoted as colour temperatures and expressed in Kelvin (K) units.
The general light colour temperatures are shown below.
10000K
9000K
8000K
7000K
Blue sky
Rainy
Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
6000K
5000K
Sunny
4000K
3000K
Fluorescent lamp
Halogen lamp
2000K
1000K
Tungsten lamp
Candlelight
You can select one of four modes for white balance adjustment as follows:
- ATW1/ATW2(Auto-Tracing White Balance Mode): In these modes, the colour temperature is
monitored continuously and thereby white balance is set automatically. The following are the
approximate supported colour temperature ranges in these modes.
ATW1 : 2500K ~ 9300K(*1)
ATW2 : 2000K ~ 10000K(Mode recommended for sodium lighting)(*2)
*1. If the colour temperature is out of this range in ATW1 mode, proper white balance may not be
obtained. In that case, select ATW2 mode.
*2. In ATW2 mode, if one colour is dominated in the shot area, the colour can be displayed
differently. Therefore, select the mode which is appropriate for the environment.
- AWC8 (Auto-Tracing White Balance Control): In this mode, accurate white balance is obtained
by pressing the ENTER while having a white paper in front of the camera. White Balance
data will be maintained after set it once. AWC mode is best in locations where the colour
temperature of light source is constant.
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- MANU :If WHITE BAL menu is set to MANU mode, the user can set the white Balance
considering the current illumination. Select MANU menu and press the ENTER,
the sub screen where you can select Manual White Balance will be shown. Use the
left/right keys to select 3200K, 5600K or OFF(USER) mode in the PRESET menu.
- 3200K :Set colour temperature to 3200K
- 5600K :Set colour temperature to 5600K
- USER :Choose out a proper value from the RED and BLUE graph for colour and temperature setup.
(VIDEO SET)
(MANU)
ALC...
OFF
HIGH
MANU...
ONEAF
...
EXIT
QUIT
ENG
IRIS SHUTTER AGC WHITE BAL FOCUS MODE SPECIAL PRESET 3200K
RET
Note
When the [DAY/NIGHT] menu of the camera set is set to [NIGHT], [WHITE BAL] will be displayed as “---“.
You cannot adjust the settings manually.
When it is set to [COLOR] in the [NIGHT] mode, the white balance will be setting as the same value in
[COLOR] mode.
FOCUS MODE
In the FOCUS MODE MENU, the Focus method can be set to AF(Auto Focus),
ONEAF(One Auto Focus), or MF(Manual Focus).
- AF
: With AUTO FOCUS MODE, you can monitor the screen continuously and it will focus
automatically. If you manually adjust the focus, it operates as the same in Manual Focus
mode. It automatically sets the focus after the PAN/TILT/ZOOM movements.
- ONEAF: In the ONEAF mode, it automatically sets the focus after the zoom moves,
and operates as the same in the MF mode if the zoom does not move.
- MF
: In MANUAL FOCUS MODE the user adjusts the Focus manually.
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(VIDEO SET)
IRIS
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
FOCUS MODE
SPECIAL
ALC...
OFF
HIGH
ATW2
AF
...
EXIT
QUIT
Note
※ AF function may not possible with types of objects listed below. For such objects, focus manually.
- High intensity objects or objects illuminated with low lighting
- Objects shot through wet or dirty glass
- Pictures that are a mixture of distant and nearby objects
- White walls and other single-colour objects
- Venetian blinds and other horizontally striped objects
SPECIAL
The SPECIAL menu is used to configure the special settings for this camera. If you press the
ENTER Key when … is selected in the SPECIAL menu, the corresponding screen appears.
(SPECIAL)
(VIDEO SET)
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IRIS
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
FOCUS MODE SPECIAL ALC..
OFF
HIGH
MANU...
AF
...
EXIT QUIT
DNR FLICKERLESS REVERSE DETAIL Y-LEVEL
C-LEVEL
POSI/NEGA RET
OFF
OFF
OFF
(2) -- I(0) I-------(0) I-------+
DNR
DNR(Digital Noise Reduction) function enables the picture to be reduced noise.
(SPECIAL)
ON
OFF
OFF
(2) -- I(0) I-------(0) I-------+
ENG
DNR FLICKERLESS REVERSE DETAIL Y-LEVEL
C-LEVEL
POSI/NEGA RET
FLICKERLESS
When this is set to [ON], the shutter speed is set to 1/100 sec (for NTSC) or 1/120 sec (for PAL)
to prevent from flickering by the discordance between vertical synchronization frequency and
on-and-off frequency of the light.
REVERSE
It is used to mirror video signals horizontally, vertically, or both.
DETAIL
It is used to control the horizontal or vertical distinction.
Y-LEVEL
It is used to set the levels for the Sync signal and the entire brightness signal of the video
signal.
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C-LEVEL
It is used to set the levels for the Burst signal and the entire colour signal of the video signal.
POSI/NEGA
It is used to output as it is, or mirror the video brightness signal.
EXIT
The EXIT menu is used to return to the MAIN menu.
- QUIT
: Ignores the changed information and restores the saved information.
- SAVE : Saves the information of the setting condition of the menu.
- PRESET: Ignores the changed information and restores the initial factory defaults of the menu.
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❚ Preset
This is the menu that user sets the PAN/TILT location, Zoom/Focus, and screen condition, so
the camera can monitor the presetting area on demand. A total of 128 presets are available.
** MAIN MENU **
ENG
CAMERA SET...
VIDEO SET...
PRESET...
ZONE SET...
AUTO SET...
ALARM SET...
OTHER SET...
CLOCK SET...
SYSTEM INFO...
(PRESET MAP)
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
1
6
11
16
21
26
31
ID: PRESET 0
PRESET NO.
2
7
12
17
22
27

3
8
13
18
23
28

4
9
14
19
24
29
RET
0
POSITION SET
PRESET ID VIDEO SET PRESET SPEED DWELL TIME IMAGE HOLD ...
ON...
OFF
8
3S
OFF
EXIT
QUIT
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POSITION SET
From “POSITION SET...” press the ENTER key to get into the PAN/TILT, FOCUS/ZOOM SET
screen to set the PAN/TILT location and FOCUS/ZOOM condition then press the ENTER key to
return to a upper menu.
PRESET ID
This is the ID set up function for each PRESET. It can be set up to 12 characters using the left,
right, up, and down keys. The ID location can be set in the submenu of “LOCATION...”
VIDEO SET
This is the screen setting function for each PRESET. For more details, refer to the descriptions
in [VIDEO SET] menu.
PRESET SPEED
This function sets up the speed of PAN or TILT by 8 steps from 1(SLOW) to 8(FAST).
- PRESET SPEED 1 : Maximum PAN moving speed of 240°/sec
- PRESET SPEED 8 : Maximum PAN moving speed of 400°/sec
DWELL TIME
This is a function setting for the DWELL TIME of the PRESET location in “SCAN” motion. It can
set DWELL TIME From 1 ~ 60 Sec.
IMAGE HOLD
Pause the image when PRESET is in movement. If you set the [IMAGE HOLD] menu to [ON],
the screen will be paused until PRESET finishes moving.
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❚ Zone set
■ The ZONE SET menu includes the setup of PRIVACY ZONE, ZONE DIR SET, and ZONE
AREA SET.
(ZONE SET)
CAMERA SET...
VIDEO SET...
PRESET...
ZONE SET...
AUTO SET...
ALARM SET...
OTHER SET...
CLOCK SET...
SYSTEM INFO...
PRIVACY ZONE ZONE DIR SET ZONE AREA SET ON...
OFF
OFF
EXIT QUIT
ENG
** MAIN MENU **
PRIVACY ZONE
Move PAN/TILT/ZOOM to select an area that can infringe someone privacy, then this function
will hide the area if it can be involved in the photograph to protect his privacy. The number of
area reaches up to 16.
Select a privacy zone number and press the ENTER key from the PRIVACY ZONE screen to
enter the PRIVACY ZONE setup screen.
(PRIVACY ZONE)
0
1
2
PRIVACY ZONE SET 0
3
4
5
1
1
2
3
10
11
12
13
14
15
STYLE
4
RET QUIT
<SET P/T/Z>
<SIZE>...
<LOCATION>...
COLOR EXIT ...
QUIT
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Note
※ For the safer privacy protection, select about 10 % more than the actual area to hide when you set up the
PRIVACY ZONE area.
※ The mosaic of the recorded images is set to be the PRIVACY ZONE. The mosaic of the recorded images
can not be recovered after recording.
ZONE DIR SET
Press the ENTER key in the “ZONE DIR SET ON…” mode to enter the SET NORTH screen
MAP. Move PAN to set the NORTH position and press the ENTER key. Based on the North
position, the direction of N(North), NE(North-East), E(East), SE(South-East), S(South),
SW(South-West), W(West), NW(North-West) is displayed whenever you move PAN.
(ZONE SET)
PRIVACY ZONE ZONE DIR SET ZONE AREA SET SET NORTH
OFF
ON...
OFF
N
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QUIT
ZONE AREA SET
Press the ENTER key to enter the ZONE AREA MAP screen from “ZONE AREA SET...”. Select
a ZONE AREA number from the ZONE AREA MAP screen and press the ENTER key to enter
the ZONE AREA setup screen.
(ZONE SET)
(ZONE AREA MAP)
OFF
OFF
ON...
EXIT QUIT
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
ENG
PRIVACY ZONE ZONE DIR SET ZONE AREA SET RET
ZONE AREA SET0
LOCATION ZONE ID SET ZONE ENABLE ...
...
ON
EXIT QUIT
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LOCATION
The [LOCATION...] menu designates the left/right LIMIT positions of ZONE AREA. Enter the
setup screen to move PAN, then select a start position and press the ENTER key. Move PAN
again to select an end position and press the ENTER key. Now, ZONE AREA setup is complete.
SET START!
ZONE AREA SET0
LOCATION ZONE ID SET ZONE ENABLE ...
...
ON
EXIT QUIT
SET END!
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ZONE ID SET
This function is used to allocate as many as 12 IDs to each zone area. Use Left/Right/
UP/DOWN for this purpose. You may select the ID position from the additional menu of
[LOCATION...].
ZONE AREA SET0
...
...
ON
EXIT QUIT
ZONE AREA ID 0
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789 : ! - + * () /
ENG
LOCATION ZONE ID SET ZONE ENABLE RET
SP▶▶ ◀◀SP LOCATION...
ZONE. 0......
ZONE ENABLE
This function turns [ON] or [OFF] the ZONE AREA ID indication.
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❚ Auto set
The AUTO SET menu includes AUTO PAN, PATTERN, and SCAN and it is able to set up the
AUTO PLAY motion.
AUTO PAN
After selecting the locations of two points (PAN/TILT) of START and END, it loops continuously
in the set up SPEED. The number of AUTO PAN is up to 4.
** MAIN MENU **
(AUTO SET)
CAMERA SET...
VIDEO SET...
PRESET...
ZONE SET...
AUTO SET...
ALARM SET...
OTHER SET...
CLOCK SET...
SYSTEM INFO...
AUTO PAN PATTERN SCAN AUTO PLAY 1 2
1 2
1 2
OFF
RET
QUIT
AUTO PAN1
60
POSITION SET
DIRECTION ENDLESS SPEED DWELL TIME ...
LEFT
OFF
21
3S
EXIT QUIT
3
3
3
4
4
POSITION SET
The menu [POSITION SET …] sets the Start / End position of AUTO PAN. Return to the
settings screen and set the desired START position for PAN/TILT, and then press the ENTER
key. And, set the END position for the PAN/TILT. Press the ENTER key to finish the setup for
AUTO PAN Start/End positions.
DIRECTION
This sets up the movement direction of the START to END location (PAN location standard)
<LEFT>
START
START
END
ENG
<RIGHT>
END
ENDLESS
This is a 360-degree rotation function that stops for the DWELL TIME only in the START and
END positions without running between the START and END positions. It can be set to [ON] or
[OFF].
SPEED
This is a setting function for movement speed setup. It can be set from STEP1 to STEP64.
DWELL TIME
This is a function for setting up the time to stay in the START and END position.
It can be individually set to 1-59 sec or 1-60 min.
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PATTERN
This is a replay function so that the MANUAL functions such as PAN, TILT, ZOOM, and FOCUS
are played for 2 minutes.
Note
- When the PATTERN is saved/executed, the PAN/TILT is operated with PROPORTIONAL ON, TURBO OFF.
- If the SSC-1000 or SSC-2000 is used when uploading/downloading the menu setup, reset the PATTERN
because it may be different with the first setting.
(AUTO SET)
PATTERN SET1
AUTO PAN PATTERN SCAN AUTO PLAY 1 2
1 2
1 2
OFF
RET
QUIT
3
3
3
4
4
SET START POSITION
AND ENTER
PATTERN SET1
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PATTERN can be set up to 3. Choose 1, 2, or 3 with the Left/Right key in the [PATTERN SET]
and press the ENTER key to get into the PATTERN set up screen. From the moment “PATTERN
SET 1” is gone for 2 minutes, it memorizes the MANUAL movements and after 2 minutes,
it will return to a upper menu. If you want to finish set up before the 2-minutes ends, press the
ENTER key.
SCAN
SCAN sets the direction of PRESET movement during SCAN operation. The number of SCAN
is up to 4.
AUTO PAN PATTERN SCAN AUTO PLAY 1 2
1 2
1 2
OFF
RET
QUIT
3
3
3
4
4
SCAN MAP1
0
1
5
6
10
11
15
16
20
21
25
26
30
31
EXIT
ENG
(AUTO SET)
2
7
12
17
22
27

3
8
13
18
23
28

4
9
14
19
24
29
QUIT
If you enter the SCAN screen, [SCAN MAP] will be displayed. Move the cursor to the number
marked * where PRESET is saved and press the ENTER key and [S] will appear and a
PRESET will be included in SCAN.
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AUTO PLAY
If you press the ENTER switch when the [1…] submenu is selected, the corresponding screen
appears.
(AUTO PLAY SET)
(AUTO SET)
AUTO PAN PATTERN SCAN AUTO PLAY 1 2
1 2
1 2
1...
RET
QUIT
3
3
3
4
4
AUTO RETURN AUTO PLAY PLAY NUMBER
OFF
PRESET
0
EXIT QUIT
AUTO RETURN
This menu sets up the time during which AUTO PLAY repeats.
AUTO PLAY
This function sets up the motion which will be repeatedly performed by the camera whenever
the time set by AUTO RETURN elapses. It covers SCAN, AUTO PAN, PATTERN, and PRESET
setup.
PLAY NUMBER
This menu allocates a number to the motion set by AUTO PLAY. The numbers range from 1 to
4 for SCAN AND AUTO PAN, 1 to 3 for PATTERN, and 0 to 127 for PRESET.
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If you press the ENTER switch when the [2…] submenu is selected, the corresponding screen
appears.
(AUTO SET)
1 2
1 2
1 2
2...
RET
QUIT
3
3
3
4
4
(SET TIME)
ID START END
1 00:00
03:00
2 03:00
06:00
3 06:00
09:00
4 09:00
12:00
5 12:00
15:00
6 15:00
18:00
7 18:00
21:00
8 21:00
24:00
EXIT
PLAY
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
QUIT
NO.
-
ENG
AUTO PAN PATTERN SCAN AUTO PLAY Set the start/end time and select PRESET, PATTERN, AUTO PAN or SCAN to set up.
Preset function will be in action according to the start time. It can be set up to 8 presets.
Note
- After running AUTO PLAY function, the position of the camera does not return back to the original position.
❚ Alarm set
It consists of 8 ALARM INPUTs and 3 ALARM OUTs. It can sense an ALARM input from exterior
SENSORs and it performs with PRESET or PATTERN function and outputs the ALARM OUT
signals. Alarm operation time depends on the Preset Dwell time corresponding to the alarm and
whether AUTO is involved.
** MAIN MENU **
(ALARM SET)
CAMERA SET...
VIDEO SET...
PRESET...
ZONE SET...
AUTO SET...
ALARM SET...
OTHER SET...
CLOCK SET...
SYSTEM INFO...
ALARM PRIORITY SET...
ALARM IN SET...
ALARM OUT SET...
AUTO SET...
AUX OUT CONTROL...
RET
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ALARM PRIORITY SET
This sets the priority of the 8 ALARM inputs so ALARM can work corresponding to the priority.
The priority of the DEFAULT is ALARM1, ALARM2, ALARM3, ALARM4, ALARM5, ALARM6,
ALARM7, ALARM8. If the ALARM is working at the same time and the priority is the same, it
will operate according to the DEFAULT priority. While the ALARM is working, it cannot detect
MOTION.
ALARM IN SET
This sets the input TYPE to [NO] (Normal Open), [NC] (Normal Close), or [OFF] depending on
the features of the SENSOR connected.
ALARM OUT SET
Each ALARM input corresponds to one of the 3 ALARM OUT.
AUTO SET
This menu designates what to do at the time of ALARM input. Once an alarm is given, the
camera will shortly move to the PRESET position corresponding to the respective alarm as
follows. PRESET1 to ALARM1~8 PRESET9 to MOTION.
After DWELL TIME at a PRESET position, PATTERN or SCAN will be in action according to the
AUTO SET setup.
Setup of OFF/1/2/3/HALF1/HALF2/FULL/SCAN1~4 is available.
OFF dues not perform PATTERN or SCAN after moved to PRESET and each menu has its own
function as follows.
PATTERN 1~3 : Preset PATTERN action
HALF1 : Continuous operation of PATTERN1 + PATTERN2
HALF2 : Continuous operation of PATTERN2 + PATTERN3
FULL : Continuous operation of all the above
SCAN 1~4 : Scanning as set
AUX OUT CONTROL
This sets the ALARM OUT motion to continue or act only when the ALARM is working. If it is set
to OFF the ALARM OUT motion will operate only when the ALARM is working. (Active “Low”),
and if it’s set to ON, the ALARM OUT will always operate regardless of the ALARM.
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❚ Other set
(OTHER SET)
CAMERA SET...
VIDEO SET...
PRESET...
ZONE SET...
AUTO SET...
ALARM SET...
OTHER SET...
CLOCK SET...
SYSTEM INFO...
PROPORTIONAL P/T ON
TURBO P/T OFF
AUTO CAL. OFF
D-FLIP OFF
CAM RESET ...
LANGUAGE ENGLISH
PASSWORD OFF
RS-485 ...
EXIT QUIT
ENG
** MAIN MENU **
PROPORTIONAL P/T
This function controls the PAN/TILT speed to the ZOOM magnification ratio during the manual
operation of PAN/TILT. If you set PROPORTIONAL P/T to ON, the PAN/TILT speed will increase
in the ZOOM WIDE mode and decrease in the ZOOM TELE mode even in the same manual
operation.
TURBO P/T
This function doubles up the speed of PAN/TILT movement by manual operation of PAN/TILT.
The speed may go up to 180°/sec (PAN).
AUTO CAL.
This function turns on or off Auto Calibration. SCC-C6435(P)/6433(P) has the Auto Calibration
function to improve the precision of LENS and PAN/TILT motor. You may set to OFF/6H/12H/
18H/24H. Without user’s key input for the time designated by the user, A.C. will appear on the
screen while initializing LENS and PAN/TILT.
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D-FLIP
When D-FLIP is off, TILT movement ranges from 0° to 90°.
When D-FLIP is on, TILT movement ranges from 0° to 180°.
When D-FLIP is on, images mirror vertically and horizontally in the area beyond TILT 90°.
CAM RESET
CAM RESET clears all the settings made so far and restores the factory default settings.
[CAMERA RESET?] message appears when you select CAM RESET. Select [CANCEL] to
return to the menu setup display or select OK to restore the factory default settings.
Note
Be careful when performing a CAM RESET operation, as it deletes all setup values.
LANGUAGE
This function selects a language for MENU setup. You can change the OSD language using the
Left/Right Setup key.
Note
Selectable languages may vary depending on sales region.
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PASSWORD
This function selects or cancels the MENU setup password. Press the ENTER key at the state
of PASSWORD ON, and the following screen will appear for password setup.
(OTHER SET)
(PASSWORD)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
****
RET
ENG
PROPORTIONAL P/T OFF
TURBO P/T OFF
AUTO CAL. OFF
D-FLIP OFF
CAM RESET ...
LANGUAGE ENGLISH
PASSWORD ON...
RS-485 ...
EXIT QUIT
****
Press Up/Down/Left/Right key to locate the cursor on a number and press the ENTER key
for password setup. After you finish inputting the 4 digits password and the 2nd row of the 4
digits PASSWORD input screen, input the selected password again for reassurance. If correct,
the cursor will move to RET. Press the ENTER key at RET, and the selected password will be
saved, returning to the OTHER SET screen. Default password is “0123”.
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RS-485
(OTHER SET)
(RS-485)
PROPORTIONAL P/T OFF
TURBO P/T OFF
AUTO CAL. OFF
D-FLIP OFF
CAM RESET ...
LANGUAGE ENGLISH
PASSWORD ON...
RS-485 ...
EXIT QUIT
PRIORITY PROTOCOL BAUD RATE
ADDRESS RET
HW
SAMSUNG
HALF
9600
0
[PRIORITY] menu is used to set the priority between hardware and software. If you select
[HW], it operates according to the value of the camera hold adapter. If you select [SW], you can
manually set [PROTOCOL], [BAUD RATE], [ADDRESS] for RS-485.
❚ Clock set
(CLOCK SET)
DISPLAY TIME FORMAT SET TIME DATE FORMAT SET DATE ON
24HOUR
00:04:00
DD/MM/YYYY
01/01/2007
EXIT QUIT
 DISPLAY : Sets to [ON] to display the clock on the screen.
 TIME FORMAT : Supports 2 type of formats: 24 Hours and 12 Hours (AM/PM).
 SET TIME : Sets the time.
D
ATE FORMAT : Supports 3 types of formats: YYYY/MM/DD, DD/MM/YYYY, and MM/DD/YYYY.
 SET DATE : Sets the date.
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❚ System info
This menu allows you to check S/W version, communication protocol, baud rate, and address
of the camera.
** MAIN MENU **
(SYSTEM INFO)
ALARM VER. MOTOR VER. CAMERA VER.
EEPROM VER. PROTOCOL COMM. TYPE BAUD RATE ADDRESS SERIAL NO.
RET
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
SAMSUNG
RS-485, HALF
9600
0
000000000000000
ENG
CAMERA SET...
VIDEO SET...
PRESET...
ZONE SET...
AUTO SET...
ALARM SET...
OTHER SET...
CLOCK SET...
SYSTEM INFO...
* ALARM, MOTOR, CAMERA and EEPROM VER. may change without notice.
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❚ Shortcut keys
SSC-1000 or SSC-2000 Controller supports the following short keys.
Function
Key
CAMERA SET…
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DAY/NIGHT - DAY
DAY/NIGHT - NIGHT
DAY/NIGHT - AUTO
VIDEO SET…
[PRESET] + [1] + [2] + [8] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [2] + [9] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [3] + [0] + [Enter]
IRIS - WDR
IRIS - ALC
FOCUS MODE - ONEAF
FOUCS MODE - MF
FOUCS MODE - AF
ALARM SET…
[PRESET] + [1] + [3] + [1] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [3] + [2] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [3] + [5] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [3] + [4] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [3] + [3] + [Enter]
AUX OUT CONTROL…
OUT1 - ON
OUT1 - OFF
OUT2 - ON
OUT2 - OFF
OUT3 - ON
OUT3 - OFF
OTHER SET…
[PRESET] + [1] + [3] + [6] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [3] + [7] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [3] + [8] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [3] + [9] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [4] + [0] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [4] + [1] + [Enter]
PROPORTIONAL P/T - ON
PROPORTIONAL P/T - OFF
TURBO P/T - ON
TURBO P/T - OFF
D-FLIP - ON
D-FLIP - OFF
[PRESET] + [1] + [4] + [2] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [4] + [3] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [4] + [4] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [4] + [5] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [4] + [6] + [Enter]
[PRESET] + [1] + [4] + [7] + [Enter]
Function
Key
AUTO RETURN *1)
[PRESET] + [1] + [4] + [8] + [Enter]
AUTO Calibration
[PRESET] + [1] + [4] + [9] + [Enter]
CAM RESET
[PRESET] + [1] + [5] + [0] + [Enter]
Other keys than AUTO CAL. and AUTO RETURN, upon execution, shall be applied to the
MENU setup process.
ENG
*1) The use of AUTO RETURN will be available only when the function equivalent to AUTO
PLAY, a sub menu of AUTO SET has been built in.
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SCC-6435
FRONT
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BACK
Product Specifications
Item
Product Type
Power Input
Power Consumption
Broadcasting Type
SCC-C6433/C6435 : AC 24V ± 10% (60Hz ± 0.3Hz)
SCC-C6433P/C6435P : AC 24V ± 10% (50Hz ± 0.3Hz)
SCC-C6433(P) : 19W
SCC-C6435(P) : 20W
SCC-C6433(5) : NTSC STANDARD COLOUR SYSTEM
SCC-C6433(5)P : PAL STANDARD COLOUR SYSTEM
SCC-C6433/C6433P : 1/4" Super HAD IT CCD
SCC-C6435/C6435P : 1/4" ExView HAD PS CCD
Effective Pixels
SCC-C6433/C6435 : 768(H) × 494(V)
SCC-C6433P/C6435P : 752(H) x 582(V)
Scanning line Frequency
SCC-C6433/C6435
Horizontal : 15, 734 Hz(INT) / 15, 750 Hz(L/L)
Vertical : 59.94 Hz(INT) / 60 Hz(L/L)
SCC-C6433P/C6435P
Horizontal : 15, 625 Hz(INT) / 15, 625 Hz(L/L)
Vertical : 50 Hz(INT) / 50 Hz(L/L)
Synchronization Mode
INT/LINE LOCK
Resolution
Horizontal : 540(Colour) / 570(BW)
Vertical : 350 TV LINES
S/N Ratio
Approx. 50dB
ENG
Image Device
Details
Zoom lens single body WDR SmartDome CAMERA
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Item
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Details
Min. Scene illumination
Condition
Illumination Sens-up
50IRE
Off
30IRE
Off
15IRE
Off
50IRE
x256
30IRE
x256
15IRE
x256
SCC-C6433(P)
Colour
B/W
2.0
0.20
1.2
0.12
0.6
0.06
0.008
0.0008
0.005
0.0005
0.002
0.0002
SCC-C6435(P)
Colour
B/W
1.2
0.12
0.7
0.07
0.3
0.03
0.005
0.0005
0.003
0.0003
0.001
0.0001
WDR
SCC-C6433/C6433P : N/A
SCC-C6435 : x128
SCC-C6435P : x160
Signal Output
COMPOSITE VIDEO OUT : 1.0 Vp-p 75 ohms/BNC
Lens
One body; 32x Zoom lens
Focal length : 3.55 to 113 mm
Aperture : F1.69(Wide), F4.17(Tele)
- MOD(Minimum Object Distance) : 2.5m
PAN Function
PAN range : 360° Endless
Preset Pan Speed : 400° /sec, maximum
- Manual Pan Speed : 0.1° ~ 180° /sec (64Step)
TILT Function
TILT range : 0° ~ 180°
Preset Tilt Speed : 200° /sec, maximum
- Manual Tilt Speed : 0.1° ~ 90° /sec (64Step)
REMOTE CONTROL
- Tele/Wide(ZOOM), Near/Far(FOCUS),
Iris Open/Close, Pan/Tilt, MENU
RS-485 HALF/FULL Duplex, RS-422
ALARM
Alarm Inputs : 8 IN
Alarm Outputs : 3 OUT (Open collector 1 relay)
Item
Details
-10°C ~ +50°C
Operation Humidity
~90%
SIZE
DOME : 147.65(ø),
Outline : 177(ø) x 194.3(H)
Weight
NET : 2,544g
GROSS : 3,545g
Lives of Main Parts
- Slip-ring: Rotated 10,000,000 times
ENG
Operation Temperature
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Memo
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with
separate collection systems)
This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it
should not be disposed with other household wastes at the end of its
working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human
health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from other
types of wastes and recycle it 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 this item for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and
conditions of the purchase contract. This product should not be mixed
with other commercial wastes for disposal.