Manual CC-5233 - Convision Shop

Manual
CC-5233
Date: January 2011
Manual CC 5233
Convision Systems GmbH
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The lightning flash with an arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
dangerous voltage within the product's enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
INFORMATION - This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules & CE 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.
WARNING - Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
CAUTION : To prevent electric shock and risk of fire hazards:
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Do NOT use power sources other than those specified.
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Do NOT expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
This Installation should be made by a qualified service person and should confirm to all local codes.
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 Warning
The camera requires periodic inspection.
Contact an authorised technician to carry out the inspection.
Stop using your camera when you find it malfunctioning.
If the camera emits smoke or is unusually hot for a long period, a fire may be caused.
Do not install the camera on a surface that can not support it.
If the camera is installed on an inappropriate surface, it may fall and cause injury.
Do not hold plug with wet hands.
It could cause an electric shock.
Do not dis-assemble the camera.
It may result in an electric shock or other hazards.
Do not use the camera close to a gas or oil leak.
It may result in a fire or other hazards.
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Contents
NOTICE
Important Safeguard
Precautions
Features
Components
Overview
Bottom View
Rear View
Dimensions
Connection
Connecting to Monitor
Connecting to Power
Connecting to Connection
Operating Your Camera
Menu Configuration
How to Set up the Function
White Balance
BACKLIGHT
Motion Detection
Focus
Exposure
Special
Reset
Exit
Troubleshooting
Specifications
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 NOTICE
Important Safeguard
1. Read Instructions
Read all of the safety and operating instructions before using the product.
2. Retain Instructions
Save these instructions for future reference.
3. Attachments / Accessories
Do not use attachments or accessories unless recommended by the appliance manufacturer as they
may cause hazards, damage product and void warranty.
4. Water and Moisture
Do not use this product near water or moisture.
5. Installation
Do not place or mount this product in or on an unstable or improperly supported location. Improperly
installed product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and damage to the product. Use only
with a mounting device recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. To insure proper
mounting, follow the manufacturer's instructions and use only mounting accessories recommended by
manufacturer.
6. Power source
This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label.
Precautions
■ Operating
-Before using, make sure power supply and others are properly connected.
-While operating, if any abnormal condition or malfunction is observed, stop using the camera
immediately and then contact your local dealer.
■ Handling
-Do not disassemble or tamper with parts inside the camera.
-Do not drop or subject the camera to shock and vibration as this can damage camera.
-Care must be taken when you clean the clear dome cover. Especially, scratch and dust will ruin your
quality of camera.
■ Installation and Storage
-Do not install the camera in areas of extreme temperature, which exceed the allowable range.
-Avoid installing in humid or dusty places.
-Avoid installing in places where radiation is present.
-Avoid installing in places where there are strong magnetic fields and electric signals.
-Avoid installing in places where the camera would be subject to strong vibrations.
-Never expose the camera to rain and water.
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 Features
27x / 33x / 37x Optical Zoom
The built in optical zoom lens is a highly
durable component. It features auto focus,
auto iris and zoom functions.
the camera switches to colour mode in order to
maintain optimal colour. AT night, it switches to
B/W mode so as to obtain better pictures
definition.
SSNR (Super Noise Reduction)
The high performance W-IV DSP chip
dramatically reduces the gain noise in
digital image processing, producing clear,
sharp images in low lighting environments.
DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer)
The DIS function compensates for any camera
movement, to produce more stable pictures.
Fine Picture Qualtiy under Ultra Low
Lighting
¼” high density CCD allows the user to
capture bright, high-quality images under
ultra low lighting conditions.
Motion Detection
The camera detects motion and generates a
screen message without an external sensor.
RS-485 Communication Control Support
Remote OSD menu control via an RS-485
interface is supported.
Ultra High Resolution
By adopting a double-speed 410,000 pixel
Sony CCD, the camera produces clear
picture quality with a horizontal resolution of
550 TV lines for colour and 680TV lines for
B/W.
Language
The camera OSD Menu control is equipped
with seven different languages, these being:
- NTSC: Korean, English, Spanish, Japanese
- PAL: English, French, German, Spanish,
Ittalian, Chinese
Day & Night
The camera identifies whether it is day or
night and automatically switches to the
appropriate mode, depending on its
environment. By day,
Miscellaneous Functions
Sens-Up, FLIP(H/V-REV), D-Zoom, Sharpness,
Motion Detection and Privacy functions are
provided.
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 Components
1. Zoom Color Camera
2. Instruction Guide
3. Remote Controller (Optional Item)
 Overview
1. Zoom lens
Bottom View
2. Tripod Mounting Hole
Used to install the camera on an optional tripod.
The tripod must be equipped with screws with
specifications shown on the right
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Attach the bracket to the top of the camera. Use screws included in the package or their equivalent
(less than 6mm). Otherwise, the bracket may not assemble to the camera properly.
Rear View
3. Key Buttons
Following buttons control zoom, focus and auto focus functions.
W
button: To wide the view. (Zoom out)
T
button: To close in on a far object. (Zoom in)
N
button: Te see a near object clearly.
F
button: Te see a far object clearly.
AF button: To activate auto focus just once.
Pressing the SET button locks the zoom control function of these buttons and prompts the main
setup menu.
Note
The zoom position is saved after 5 seconds when you set zoom function.
Main setup menu can be navigated using these buttons.
SET
UP
DOWN
LEFT
RIGHT
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: To access the main setup menu.
: To move the arrow indicator to up.
: To move the arrow indicator to down.
: To move the arrow indicator to left.
: To move the arrow indicator to right.
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4. External Control Connector
Zoom and focus functions can be controlled using external signals.
5. Power LED
Illuminates when power is supplied.
6. Video Output Jack
Used to connect an external video monitor in jack.
7. D/N Input Port (Short: BW, Open: Color)
Switch to Day or Night Mode by connecting an external signal to this port.
(In case of Day/Night mode setted to WXT.)
8. Key Extra Connector
Connects to the remote controller (option) when you want to install remotely.
9. Power Input Terminal
Power supply terminal (DC 12V, AC 24V).
Dimensions
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Connection
Connecting to Monitor
Connect Video Out Jack to the monitor’s Video in jack as shown below.
Connection methods may vary depending on the video equipment. Please refer to the model
specific instruction manual.
Connect cables with the unit powered down.
Set the 75 Ώ/ Hi-Z selection switch as shown below if you have an intermediate device.
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Connecting to Power
Each model has a different power input specification. Please check the model type and standard power
requirement before connecting to power.
o DC Power Type (DC 12V, 500mA)
Use DC 12V/500mA power source for DC 12V Only Model.
o AC/DC Power Type
Use AC24V/500mA or DC/500mA powersource for Dual Power Model.
Note
Connect the power once the installation is complete.
The wire is polarized. Match “+” and “-“ terminals properly.
Connecting to Connection
o External Control Connector
Connector
Function
Signal Level
I/O
Tele
Zoom
Wide
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Far
Focus
Near
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o Communication Control Connector
The camera can be controlled by using an external controller equipped with RS-485
communications.
- To control using a DVR or keyboard controller Connect the RS-485 cable (TRX+, TRX-)
to the connection port of the 485 control board in the DVR or controller.
485 Control Board Connection Port
(+) Connection Terminal (TRX+)
(- ) Connection Terminal (TRX-)
RS-485 Control Port
485+
485-
*Go Preset 95: Enters into OSD menu or Set key function)
o Key Extra Connector
Connects to the remote controller (option) when you want to install remotely.
Note
Contact an authorized technician for inspection.
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 Operating Your Camera
Menu Configuration
White Balance
Backlight
Motion Det
Focus
Exposure
Special
Image Adjustment
Special Function
Main Setup Menu
ATW
AWCSET
Manual
Outdoor Indoor
OFF BLC HLC
OFF ON
Mode Zoom TRK Zoom Speed D-Zoom
Zoom POS INIT User Preset Lens INIT
End
Brightness Iris Shutter AGC SSNR
SENS-UP END
Privacy Day/Night DIS COMM ADJ
Image ADJ Display End
Freeze V-REV H-REV D-Zoom
Sharpness Return
Cam Title Sync Motion Det Privacy DIS
Comm Adj Language Reset Return
Reset
Exit
How to Set up the Function
Use the five buttons on back of the camera.
1. Press the SET button for 2 seconds. (Short pressing the button activates the AUTO-FOCUS).
- Main Setup menu is displayed on the monitor screen.
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2. Select the desired feature using the UP or DOWN button.
- Each pressing of the Up and Down button moves the indicator to the next previous feature.
- Move the arrow indicator to the desired feature item.
3. Change the status of the selected feature using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
4. When completed, move the arrow indicator to 'EXIT' and press the SET button.
Note
Features marked with a
have an accessible submenu.
Access the submenu by pressing the SET button.
An item with the - - - icon has no sub-menus available for selection.
White Balance
Use the White Balance function to adjust the screen colors.
1. Position the cursor to point to WHITE BAL on the SETUP menu screen,
select using the Up and Down buttons.
2. Select a desired mode using the Up and Down buttons.
Select one of the following 5 modes, as appropriate.
 ATW: Select when the color temperature is between 1800°K and 10500°K
 OUTDOOR: Select when the color temperature is between 1800°K and 10500°K (sodium light
inclusion)
 INDOOR: Select when the color temperature is between 4500°K and 8500°K.
 AWC SET:
To obtain the optimum state under the current luminance levels, direct the camera to point
toward a sheet of white paper and press the SET button. If the environment changes, including
the light source, the white balance will require re-adjustment.
 MANUAL
Select to "fine-tune" the White Balance manually. Set White Balance first using the ATW or
AWC mode. Afterwards switch to MANUAL mode, fine-tune the White Balance and then press
the SET button.
Note
Under the following conditions White Balance may not work properly.
In such cases, select the AWC mode.
1. When the color temperature of the subject environment has a very high temperature range (e.g.
clear sky, or sunset)
2. When the ambient illumination of the subject is low.
3. If the camera is directed toward a fluorescent light, or is installed in a place where illumination
changes dramatically, the White Balance operation may become unstable.
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BACKLIGHT
This camera is designed to deliver a clear and distinct image of both subject and background, even
when the subject is backlit.
1. Please position the arrow to point to 'BACKLIGHT' on the SETUP menu by using the UP
and DOWN buttons.
2. Please select the mode you wish to operate by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
 BLC
: Enables the user to directly select an area of a picture to view the area more clearly.
HLC
: If the scene contains extremely bright light areas such as; from car headlight, the light
can mask out much of the on-screen detail.
 OFF
: Deactivates the Backlight function.
3. Select the desired mode using the Left and Right buttons and press the Set button.
- Select BLC to adjust the area to be enhanced and enhancement level.
- Select HLC to adjust the HLC Mask Tone and Level.
Note
• Since the following symptoms may occur according to the ambient illumination when BLC is selected,
set it to OFF.
1 Colour or screen changes unnaturally.
2 Noise appears in the bright part of the screen.
• Since the performance of the BLC function may be affected by the area of the bright part of the screen,
optimize the installation angle for the best BLC performance.
• If you increase LIMIT, the screen display may be distorted.
• For high performance of BLC function, We recommend that you set IRIS to AUTO in the EXPOSURE
setup.
• Activating BLC may cause the camera to repeat the Auto Focus operation depending on lighting
conditions. It is recommended that you use the Focus Setup menu in One-Push or Manual mode.
• Smart Zoom and BLC cannot be used in conjunction with each other:
• Setting up BLC and then Smart Zoom automatically cancels BLC.
• Setting up Smart Zoom and then BLC automatically cancels Smart Zoom.
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Motion Detection
This product has a feature that allows you to observe movements of objects in 8 different areas on the
screen, and the words 'MOTION DETECTED' appear on the screen when movement is detected; hence
a single individual can conduct supervision efficiently. The camera detects an object's movement
by sensing disparity of outline, and level of brightness and colour.
Please press the SETUP button.
- OFF: MOTION DETECTION mode is cancelled.
- ON: Any motion in the selected areas is observed.
● AREA SEL : You can select the area you wish to observe from the 8 area.
● AREA MODE : Determines whether to use the MD area selected in SENSITIVITY
● SENSITIVITY : You can select up to 8 MD areas. When SENSITIVITY number is high, motion
detection sensitivity is increased to recognize even small movement
● Smart Zoom: Smart zoom is operated in connection with MOTION DETECTION. When the SMART
ZOOM function is 'ON' while the MOTION DETECTION mode is 'ON', the zoom goes to the TARGET
ZOOM position once motion is detected. Once the zoom action is finished and 'DWELL TIME' has
passed, the zoom returns to the 'START ZOOM' position.
START ZOOM : Use the left or right button in the 'START ZOOM' item to select the zoom position from
1x to 27x / 33x / 37x to be returned after the 'SMART ZOOM' action is over.
TARGET ZOOM : Use the left or right button in the 'TARGET ZOOM' item to select the zoom position
from 1x to 27x / 33x / 37x to be used during MOTION DETECTION.
DWELL TIME : Use the left or right button in the 'DWELL TIME' item to select a time between 5 and 60
seconds for the dwell time before the zoom is returned to the 'START ZOOM' position.
(5,7,10,15,20,30,40,60 sec)
● TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT,RIGHT : You can adjust the size of the area
Note
Tips on Using the Motion Detection Feature
• The feature may not function properly under flickering light conditions.
• The camera interprets sudden changes in lighting and subsequent change in brightness of an object
as motion.
• With the feature enabled, other algorithms may require additional time to operate than usual.
Note
This System does not guarantee prevention of fire or theft. The manufacturer shall not be held
responsible for any accident or damage incurred.
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Focus
1. Press the SET button to access the main setup manu and then position the indicator over FOCUS
using the UP or DOWN button.
2. Press the SET button.
● MODE : You can select the most suitable zoom mode. Move the arrow indicator to 'MODE' using UP
or DOWN button.
AUTO: Select AUTO and press the SET button to confirm. Increase or decrease optical zoom
(ZOOM) or digital zoom (D-ZOOM) positions using the UP or DOWN button while verifying
the changes on screen. Enabling D-ZOOM (ON) means that digital zoom will activate once optical
zoom ends. Focus is automatically adjusted with moving zoom.
ONE PUSH: Focus is automatically adjusted just once, after zoom position is changed.
Select 'ONE PUSH' and press the SET button to confirm. Increase or decrease optical zoom
(ZOOM) or digital zoom (D-ZOOM) positions using the directional buttons while verifying the
changes on screen. Press the SET button once desired image quality is obtained.
MANUAL : Select 'MANUAL' and press the SET button to confirm. Increase or decrease
optical zoom (ZOOM) or digital zoom (D-ZOOM) positions using the directional buttons while
verifying the changes on screen. Press the SET button once desired image quality is obtained.
Focus can be manually adjusted, independent of moving zoom.
● ZOOM TRK : Sel ect 'ON' for the 'SMART ZOOM' item in the MOTION DETECTION menu and
press SET button to change the settings for the 'SMART ZOOM' function. Use the left or right button
in the 'ZOOM' item to select 'AUTOTRACK' or 'TRACK' and press SET button to activate the zoom
action focus function.
- AUTOTRACK: Zooming in while deciding or adjusting the status of the focus.
- TRACK: Zooming in with no relevance to the focus.
- OFF: Only the zoom lens moves.
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● Zoom Speed: Configure zoom tracing speed using this feature. Position the indicator over 'ZOOM
SPEED' using the UP or DOWN button and then set to desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT
button.
- Fast: To move zoom fast.
- Medium: To move zoom at medium speed.
- Slow: To move zoom slowly.
Note
The ZOOM SPEED mode cannot be used if Mode is set to AUTO and ZOOMTRK is ON.
● D-Zoom: Configure magnification limit from x2~x12 using this feature. Position the indicator over
'D-ZOOM' using the UP or DOWN button. Set 'D-ZOOM' to 'ON' and press the SET button to
confirm.
- Set Zoom Limit to the desired level using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Note
When the DIS is enabled, you cannot use the D-Zoom
● Zoom POS INIT: Moves to the controlled ZOOM position when the power turned on and is a function
of the initial ZOOM position control.
- Auto: If you turn the power off and on, the zoom magnification level is set to the previous level that was
set before the power went off.
- Manual: The zoom magnification level can be set from 1x to 27x / 33x / 37x.
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Note
The zoom position is saved after 5 seconds when you set zoom function.
● User Preset: Preset user-designated configurations using this feature. Position the indicator over
'USER PRESET' using the UP or DOWN button and then set to 'ON' using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Press the SET button to confirm.
- Preset No: Up to 128 preset configurations are supported.
- Preset Save: Save configured preset.
- Preset Clear: Clear configured preset.
- End: Revert to the FOCUS Setup menu.
● Lens INIT: Us e the left or right button in the 'Lens initialization' item to select 'Automatic' or 'Manual'
and press the SET button to set up the initialization of the lens.
AUTO : The lens is initialized by setting the date. reset time can be set from 1 day to 7 days and the
lens resets every 24 hours from the set time.
Manual: The Lens will reset when you press the SET button.
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END: To refer to the main setup menu.
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Exposure
1. Press the SET button to access the main setup menu and then position the indicator over
'EXPOSURE' using the UP or DOWN button.
2. Press the SET button to confirm.
● BRIGHTNESS:
Use this feature to adjust image brightness. Position the indicator over 'BRIGHTNESS' using the UP or
DOWN button. Then increase or decrease brightness level using the LEFT or RIGHT button while
verifying the changes on screen. Set END once desired level is obtained.
● IRIS: Set 'IRIS' to 'AUTO' or 'MANUAL'. Position the indicator over
'IRIS' using the UP or DOWN button and then select the desired iris mode using the LEFT or RIGHT
button.
AUTO: The iris is automatically activated upon illumination.
MANUAL: Manual iris configuration. Set 'IRIS' to 'MANUAL' using the LEFT or RIGHT button and then
press the SET button. Increase or decrease iris level using the LEFT or RIGHT button while verifying
the changes on screen.
● SHUTTER: Control image brightness by adjusting shutter speed.
1. Position the indicator over 'SHUTTER' using the UP or DOWN button. Then select the desired shutter
mode (A.FLK, ESC, MANUAL) using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
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- A.FLK (NTSC: 1/100, PAL: 1/120): Flicker-free mode
- ESC: Automatic shutter speed setting (optimal).
Auto operation is possible only when the IRIS is set to MANUAL.
- MANUAL: Manual shutter speed setting
2. If you choose 'MANUAL', select the optimal shutter speed.
- In MANUAL mode, the optimal shutter speed needs to be designated. Select from 1/60 to 1/120,000
(NTSC) or from 1/50 to 1/120,000 (PAL). * 'Sens-Up' mode can be configured manually
(2x to 256x).
-Verify changes made to the shutter speed by referencing to changes in on screen brightness.
3. Press the SET button to complete.
Note
Image may become unstable if the camera is set to ESC mode and faces a strong fluorescent light.
Under ESC mode, the brightness can be adjusted using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
● AGC (Auto Gain Control) : For brighter images.
1. Position the indicator over 'AGC' using the UP or DOWN button.
2. Set 'AGC' to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
- HIGH: Wide range gain value adjustment
- MEDIUM: MEDIUM range gain value adjustment
- LOW: Narrow range gain value adjustment
- MANUAL: Selecting gain value range. (5dB ~ 41dB)
- OFF: Disabled
● SSNR (Super Noise Reduction) : On screen noise reduction.
1. Position the indicator over 'SSNR' using the UP or DOWN button.
2. Set 'SSNR' to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
- LOW: Low noise reduction
- MEDIUM: Medium noise reduction
- HIGH: High noise reduction
- OFF: Disabled
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Note
• Changing 'AGC' setting from LOW to HIGH results in greater sensitivity, as well as on screen noise.
• Setting 'AGC' to OFF locks 'SSNR' configuration.
● SENS-UP: This feature ensures clear images at night or under low lighting conditions.
1. Position the indicator over 'SENS-UP' using the UP or DOWN button.
2. Set 'SENS-UP' to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
- AUTO: Select this mode for use in night time or under low lighting conditions.
- OFF: Disabled
Note
• Once 'AUTO' mode is set, the user can configure Sens-Up limit by increasing /decreasing the shutter
speed (e.g. : X2,X4....... X32,X64,X128,X256).
• Enabling Sens-Up increases camera sensitivity and may result in additional noise and/or other
phenomenon. This is normal.
Special
1. Press the SET button to access the main setup menu and then position the indicator over 'SPECIAL'
using the UP or DOWN button.
2. Press the SET button to confirm.
● PRIVACY: Hide an area you want to hide on the screen.
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1. When the SPECIAL menu screen is displayed, press the Up and Down buttons so that the arrow
indicates 'PRIVACY'.
2. Set up the mode using the 4 direction buttons.
- AREA SEL: You can select up to 8 MD areas.
- AREA MODE: Determines whether to use the area selected in the AREA SEL, and the size and
position of the area.
- MASK COLOUR: Determine area colour. You can select Gray, Green, Red, Blue, Black, White.
- MASK TONE: Determine the transparency of selected area as controlling number from 0 to 3.
- END: Select this to save the PRIVACY menu settings and return to the SPECIAL menu.
● DAY/NIGHT: You can display pictures in colour or black and white.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed, select 'DAY/NIGHT' by using the Up and Down buttons
so that the arrow indicates 'DAY/NIGHT'.
2. Select a desired mode using the Left and Right buttons according to the picture display you want.
- COLOUR: The picture is always displayed in colour.
- B/W: The picture is always displayed in black and white.
- AUTO: The m ode is switched to 'Colour' in a normal environment, but switches to 'B/W' mode when
ambient illumination is low. To set up the switching time or speed for AUTO mode, press the SET
button.
* DWELL TIME: You can select the duration time about changing the day/night mode.
→ 5, 7, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 60(sec)
* DURATION: You can select brightness of illumination about changing the day/night mode.
Fast
Slow
Color  B/W
2,5 Lux
0,8 Lux
B/W  Color
4 Lux
6 Lux
- EXT: This mode allows you to apply a desired filter to external signals.
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Note
• When using a Video Auto Iris Lens, if you set the lens level to low, automatic switching between
Colour and Black & White may not occur.
• You cannot control the DAY/NIGHT menu when AGC in the EXPOSURE menu is 'OFF'. At this time,
the exchange between DAY mode and NIGHT mode operates as like selecting 'COLOUR' mode.
• The OSD key does not work for 3 seconds when switching to Colour or B/W, to ensure stable camera
operation.
• The camera may focus less well under infrared illumination than under normal illumination.
• Since the camera may not focus as well under infrared illumination at night as it does under normal
illumination, install an Extra-low Dispersion Lens to obtain sharp pictures.
• The brightness of illumination is changeable by installed environment.
● DIS: The DIS mode can compensate for vibration of the camera.
Note
When DIS is operating, D-Zoom does not operate.
● COMM ADJ (Communication Adjustment):
This function sets up the camera communication status when controlling the camera through an
external control device.
1. When the SPECIAL menu screen is displayed, press the Up and Down buttons so that the arrow
indicates 'COMM ADJ'.
2. Set up the mode using the 4 direction buttons.
- CAM ID: Determines the camera's identification number (between 0 and 255).
- Protocol: Select the communication PROTOCOL. (PELCO-D/PELCO-P)
- BAUD RATE: You can select 2400/4800/9600/19200/38400/57600/115200 bps.
- UART MODE: You can select NONE, EVEN or ODD for the parity bits.
- TERMINATION: Function that sets the resistance at the end of RS-485 communications.
* Setting Termination Resistance.
In order to prevent signal reduction, the termination resistance of the 2 end units, which are the distant
paths for camera and controller to be connected on the RS485 interface, should be connected. As the
termination resistance is built in the camera, whether to make the termination resistance valid or invalid
is selected with the TERMINATION. See the connection diagram for determining to which device the
termination resistance will be connected to. Set up the termination resistance in the dark products.
The installation distance of the product for the termination resistance setting should be less than 1.2
Km. (Maximum cable length is 1.2 Km according to the RS-485 standards.)
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Note
If camera is controlled by the Vicon Controller, function button may not work properly.
● IMAGE ADJ: Includes image quality or special function factors.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed, select 'IMAGE ADJ.' by using the Up and Down buttons
so that the arrow indicates 'IMAGE ADJ.
2. Select a desired mode using the Up and Down buttons.
- H-REV: You can flip the picture horizontally on the screen.
- V-REV: You can flip the picture vertically on the screen.
- SHARPNESS: As you increase this value, the picture outline becomes stronger and clearer.
- COLOUR: Adjusting this value affects the chroma level only; the burst level is unaffected.
- END: revert back to the USER PRESET menu.
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● DISPLAY: Us e this feature to designate a name for the camera, which will display on the monitor
screen
● CAM TITLE:
1. Press the SET button to display the main setup menu and move the arrow indicator to 'CAM TITLE'
using the UP or DOWN button.
2. Set 'CAM TITLE' to 'ON' using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Note
If the CAM TITLE feature is set to ‘OFF’, the name will not displayed in the monitor.
3. Press SET button.
4. You can enter up to 20 characters.
a: Move the cursor to the character entry field using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
b: Use UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT buttons to select a desired character.
c: Press the SET button to confirm selection of the blinking character. The character is then saved, and
the cursor in the entry field moves to the next position.
d: Repeat steps a through c until the desired name has been entered.
Note
Correcting Mistakes
Move the cursor th 'CLR' and press the SET button to clear the entire entry. To modify one character,
use LEFT or RIGHT to position the cursor above the character to be modified and click the SET button
after selecting the character to enter.
5. Enter a title, move the cursor to ‘POS’ and press the SET button. The entered title appears on the
screen. Select the position to display the title on the screen by using the 4 direction buttons and press
the SET button.
When the position is determined, select.
- CAM ID: Displays camera ID on top left corner of the screen.
- CAM INFO: Displays camera information on screen.
- MOTION ALARM: You can toggle the use of the camera alarm.
- ZOOM MAG: Use th is feature to display the current zoom magnification level on screen. Position the
indicator over ‘ZOOM MAG’ using the UP or Down button. Then set to ON using the LEFT or RIGHT
button.
- LANGUAGE: You ca n select the menu language according to your requirements (Korean, ESPANOL,
FRANCAIS, ITALIANO, DEUTSCH, ENGLISH, Japanese, Chinese, PORTUGUESE)
- END: Select this to save the SPECIAL menu settings and return to the SPECIAL menu.
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Reset
To reset your camera to factory default condition.
Exit
To finish setup menu.
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
Troubleshooting
If there are problems in operation, please refer to the items below. If the problem persists, please
contact the agent you purchased this product from.
Problems
Troubleshooting
Nothing appears on the screen.
• Please check the power connection.
• Please check the video signal line connection.
• Please check and make sure that the auto lens
switch is set to DC (VIDEO) when using a
VIDEO(DC) lens.
The video image is not clear.
• Please check if the lens is clean.
Please clean the lens with a clean cloth or brush.
• Please adjust the contrast feature of the monitor.
• Please make sure that the screen is not exposed
directly to a bright light.
Please move the camera if necessary.
• Please readjust the back focus of the camera.
The screen is dark.
• Please adjust the contrast feature of the monitor.
• If you have an intermediate device, set the 75 /
Hi-z properly, and check the terminals.
• Please check if an auto iris lens is being used
and adjust the brightness level.
There is a problem with the camera operation.
• Please check if an appropriate power source to
the camera complies with the manufacturer's
The camera surface is too hot and black stripes
appear on the screen.
standard requirement, or if the voltage keeps
changing.
• Please check if 'MOTION DETECTION' mode
The MOTION DETECTION function is
not working.
is turned on.
• Please check if the MD LEVEL is too low.
• Please check the setting of the MD AREA.
Colors are not quite right.
Please check the 'WHITE BAL' setting.
The screen is flickering.
• Please check if the camera is facing directly into
sunlight or fluorescent light.
• Please check if an auto iris lens is being used.
• Please check the connection of the lens connector
cable.
SENS-UP function is not working.
• Please check if the AGC menu is set to the OFF
position.
• Please check if the SHUTTER menu is set to
MANUAL mode.
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 Specifications
ITEM
Power Consumption
CCD
Optics
sync
Electrical
Size
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Optics
Min. Focus Distance
D.Zoom
Angle Field of view
Scanning System
Synchronization
Frequency
Resolution
Min. Illumination
S/N (Y-signal)
Video Output
Focus
Zoom Movement Speed
IRIS Control
Lens Initialise
Camera Title
Camera ID
Day & Night
Gain Control
White Balance
Back Light
Shutter Speed
O.S.D.
Motion Detection
Control Output
SSNR
Privacy Function
Flip
Mirror
DIS
Preset
Protocol
Operating temperature / Humidity
StorgeTemperature / Humidity
Weight
Manual CC 5233
NTSC
PAL
DC12V Only (Max. 420mA)
AC24V / DC12V (Max. 333mA / Max. 500mA)
¼ Inch, Super HAD color CCD
811(H) x 508(V)
795(H) x 596(V)
768(H) x 494(V)
752(H) x 582(V)
27x Model : f=3.5 to 94.5mm (F 1.6 to 2.9)
33x Model : f=3.5 to 115.5mm (F 1.6 to 3.6)
37x Model : f=3.5 to 129.5.0mm (F 1.6 to 3.9)
1500mm
OFF / ON (Limit 12x)
H: Appr. 55,5°(Wide) to 4,59°(Tele) V: Appr. 42,5°(Wide) to 1,19°(Tele)
2:1 Interlace
Internal
Horizontal: 15.734 KHz
Vertikal: 59.94 Hz
Horizontal: 15.625 KHz
Vertikal: 50.00 Hz
Color: 550TVL B/W: 680TVL
0,4 Lux /F1.6(50IRE): Color / 0,02 Lux/F1.6(50IRE) : B/W
50dB
CVBS (1,0Vp-p/75Ώ)
AUTO/MANUAL/ONE-PUSH
2,5 sec
AUTO/MANUAL
Built-In
ON/OFF
255EA
AUTO/COLOR/BW/EXT
LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH/MANUAL/OFF
ATW/AWC/MANUAL/Outdoor/Indoor
BLC/HLC/OFF
AUTO/MANUAL/A.FLK
KOREAN; ESPANOL; FRANCAIS; ITALIANO; DEUTSCH;
ENGLISH, JAPANESE; CHINESE; PORTUGUESE
ON / OFF
RS-485 (2400/4800/9600/19200/38400/57600/115200bps)
LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH/OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON/ OFF
128 Positions
STW, PELCO-D, PELCO-P, SEC, PANASONIC, VICON,
AD, HONEYWELL, BOSCH
-10°C to +50°C / 20% to 80% RH
-20°C to + 60°C / 20% to 95% RH
610 g
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