Bosch VSS7390/01T Installation manual

VSS7390/01T Switcher
Installation Instructions
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VSS7390/01T Switcher | Installation Manual | Table of Contents
1.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .........................................................................................................................................................2
1.1
2.
3.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS .......................................................................................................................2
1.1.1 FCC Information ..................................................................................................................................3
HARDWARE INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................................4
2.1
SYSTEM CABLE .............................................................................................................................................4
2.2
SYSTEM CONNECTION ..............................................................................................................................4
2.2.1 Camera inputs (1 to 4) ......................................................................................................................4
2.2.2 Slave output .........................................................................................................................................4
2.2.3 Aux. output/input .................................................................................................................................4
2.2.4 Video Recorder in/output ..................................................................................................................5
2.2.5 Alarm output contact (N.O./N.C.) ...................................................................................................5
2.2.6 RS232 ...................................................................................................................................................5
2.2.7 Mains Power Connector ...................................................................................................................5
2.3
WIZARD INSTALLATION ..............................................................................................................................5
2.4
SYSTEM SETTINGS ......................................................................................................................................6
2.4.1 Main Menu ............................................................................................................................................6
2.4.2 System Settings Menu .......................................................................................................................6
2.4.3 Sequence ..............................................................................................................................................6
2.4.4 Alarms ....................................................................................................................................................6
2.4.5 Aux output .............................................................................................................................................8
2.4.6 Recorder ...............................................................................................................................................8
2.4.7 Installation .............................................................................................................................................8
2.4.8 Motion Sensitivity ............................................................................................................................. 10
2.4.9 Service ................................................................................................................................................ 10
2.4.10 Disable System Setting Option .................................................................................................... 10
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................................ 12
APPROVALS ................................................................................................................................................. 12
Safety .................................................................................................................................................. 12
Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) ....................................................................................... 12
ELECTRICAL ................................................................................................................................................. 12
Alarm output screwblock ............................................................................................................... 12
AUX/VCR ........................................................................................................................................... 12
System cable .................................................................................................................................... 12
MECHANICAL ............................................................................................................................................... 12
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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Danger
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within a triangle, is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninstalled “dangerous voltage”
within the product's enclosure; that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
Warning
The exclamation mark within a triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying
the appliance.
Caution
To reduce the risk of electricschock, do not
remove cover (or back). No user - serviceable
parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service
personnel
1.1 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Comply with all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this equipment near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8 Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other equipment
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9 Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. Agrounding
type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. Both the wide blade and the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does
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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 equipment.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
Unplug this equipment during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the equipment 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 equipment, the equipment has
been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
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Warning
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this equipment to rain or moisture.
15 The equipment shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on the equipment.
16 The back of the monitor should only be removed by
qualified maintenance and service personnel.
Ventilation
17 Keep ventilation openings free to avoid the monitor
for overheating.
18 Do not place the monitor in the immediate vicinity
of a heating source.
19 Do not install this equipment in a confined space
such as a bookcase or similar unit.
Cleaning
20 You can clean the monitor with a moist fluff-free
cloth or shammy leather cloth.
Disposal
21 This monitor contains batteries. Do not dispose of
these batteries with other solid waste. The batteries
type AA (standard penlights) are located in the battery compartment at the bottom of your monitor.
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Caution
Danger of explosion if batteries are incorrectly
replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
Remark
Bosch has a strong commitment towards the environment. This monitor has been designed to respect the
environment as much as possible.
1.1.1 FCC Information
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV
technician for help.
Note
Any change or modification not expressly approved by
Bosch of the equipment authorization could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
For additional information or to speak to a representative, please contact the Bosch Security Systems location
nearest you or visit our web site at www.boschsecuritysystems.com (See: Your Guide To Observation)
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Warning
This device is intended for use in public areas
only. Surreptitious recording of oral communications is strictly prohibited by U.S. Federal law
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Hardware Installation
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2.2 SYSTEM CONNECTION
This chapter describes the installation of the system
hardware. For details of operation, see the supplied
Operation Instructions.
2.2.1 Camera inputs (1 to 4)
Note
Ensure that you read all safety precautions.
2.2.2 Slave output
The cameras are connected to inputs 1 through to 4,
depending on the number of cameras used.
An output for a slave monitor (optional accessory) is
available.
2.1 SYSTEM CABLE
For the interconnection between the monitor and
camera a 15m/45ft system cable is supplied with the
camera. For an optimum picture and sound quality you
should always use 4-wire dual twisted-pair cable when
extending the connection. The maximum allowed cable
length is 200m/600ft. Pay attention that the connectors
are fixed to the cable corresponding to the figure below.
(Figure 3.1) If the length of the system cable is over
200m/600ft (up to 300m/900ft), an interface box should
be used to feed the accessory or camera (see optional
accessories in the Operation Instructions).
Caution
The plugs used for the observation system have
the same dimensions as standard telephone
plugs. (RJ-11) Never connect telephone equipment or cable to the observation system.
2.2.3 Aux. output/input
You can configure an auxiliary output configuration via
the menu option (see System settings). The auxiliary
output provides loop-through from one of the 4 camera
inputs or presentation mode where you can connect
another video source to aux-in. It is possible to switch
between this video source and one of the camera
pictures.
Note
The supplied A/V cable can be used for Aux. output/
input connection. However, if you are using two Video
Recorders you will need to order a second A/V cable
(see your local supplier).
• Connect the Mini Din plug to the Aux. connector of
the system monitor.
• Connect the BNC connectors to the video in and
video output of the Video Recorder or CVBS monitor.
CAMERA 1..4
VCR (PLAYBACK ONLY)
VIDEO
IN
AUDIO
IN
VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
Not used
TV / MONITOR
VIDEO
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN
TO SLAVE
Time Lapse VCR
VIDEO
IN
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
OUT
VIDEO IN
NOT USED
1
2
3
4
ALARM
Figure 3.1: System Connection
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AUDIO
IN
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO
OUT
AUDIO IN
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•
Connect the RCA plugs to the Audio in and Audio
out of your Video Recorder or CVBS monitor.
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accessory is added or removed. After power up the system monitor will recognize the item that was added or removed.
2.2.4 Video Recorder in/output
2.3 WIZARD INSTALLATION
The Video Recorder in/output allows you to connect a
Video Recorder to record camera images.
• Connect the Mini Din plug to the Video Recorder
connector of the system monitor.
• Connect the BNC connectors to the video in and
video output of the Video Recorder.
When the system is powered up the FIRST time, the
WIZARD setup option is displayed. The Installation
Wizard will guide you through the most important
settings of the system. Follow the screen options and
select using the ROTARY wheel.
Attention
The ‘Video In plug’ of the A/V cable must be connected to the
‘Video out’ of the Video Recorder. The ‘Video Out plug’ of the
A/V cable must be connected to the ‘Video In’ of the Video
Recorder.
• Connect the RCA connectors to the Audio in and
Audio out of your Video Recorder.
Attention
The ‘Audio In plug’ of the A/V cable must be connected to the
‘Audio out’ of the Video Recorder. The ‘Audio Out plug’ of the
A/V cable must be connected to the ‘Audio In’ of the Video
Recorder.
Note
When an additional camera or accessory is connected to
the system, the WIZARD function is automatically
enabled and you are guided through the appropriate
menus at power up.
During startup the following screen is displayed:
BOSCH
O B S E R VATI O N SYSTE M
VE R SION
X .X
The following menu is displayed after a number of
seconds:
L A N G UAG E
E NG LISH
F R A N C AI S
D E U TS C H
ITALIAN O
P O RT U G U E S
E S PAG N O L
N E D E R L AN D S
2.2.5 Alarm output contact (N.O./N.C.)
In case of an alarm or doorbell a potential free relay
contact (Normally Open/Normally Closed; 24V/2A
max.) can activate a Video Recorder, siren or telephone
selector. If the ‘alarm output’ is connected to the ‘alarm
input’ of a video recorder, the recording speed will
switch from time-lapse to full speed in case of an alarm.
This will result in the recording of more pictures per
second. If the alarm is acknowledged by the user or
automatically the Video Recorder switches back to
time-lapse mode.
Turn the ROTARY wheel until the required language is
highlighted.
• Select your preferred language by pressing the
ROTARY wheel.
The following menu is displayed:
2.2.6 RS232
C O N F I G U R AT I O N
START I N STALLATI O N W I Z AR D ?
For service purposes to connect a PC/Laptop to save
and load the system settings.
YE S
2.2.7 Mains Power Connector
•
Ensure that you observe all safety precautions when
connecting the mains power cable and switching on the
power.
Attention
When the configuration is changed, the system must be scanned
again. Therefore always switch off the system before a camera or
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NO
Select YES to start the wizard setup. The wizard
setup enables you to configure the system to your
own settings and guides you through the process
automatically.
Select NO to enable the system to automatically configure itself to the factory default settings.
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Note
For detailed information on the on screen menus refer
to the System Settings Part.
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Select system settings from the main menu and the
following menu will appear:
MAIN MENU
When completed the following screen will appear:
C O N F I G U R A TIO N
W I ZAR D C OMPLETED
2.4 SYSTEM SETTINGS
The system settings can be configured to your own
requirements. The system is setup via on-screen menus.
To access the menu options:
• Press the MENU button. Toggle to switch on/off.
The ROTARY wheel controls the menu navigation as
described in the Operation Instructions.
At the end of this chapter you will find the complete
menu structure in a diagram.
2.4.1 Main Menu
After pressing the menu button the following menu will
be displayed:
MAINMENU
HISTOR Y
SWITCH TO PLAYB ACK VIEW
VIEW SETTINGS
TIME / DATE
SYSTEM SETTINGS
Note
HISTORY, SWITCH TO PLAYBACK VIEW,
VIEW SETTINGS and TIME/DATE functions are
described in detail in the Operation Instructions.
SYST EM SET T I NGS
SEQUENCE
ALARMS
A UX-OUT PUT
RECORDER
INST ALLATION
SER VICE
2.4.3 Sequence
You can change the sequence dwell time from 01 sec to
30 secs. Sequence/dwell time is the length of time an
image is displayed before the next image in the
sequence is shown.
MAIN MENU
SYSTEM SETTINGS
S EQU ENCE
D W E L L TI M E
05
SEC
2.4.4 Alarms
The Alarm Profiles can be accessed from the Alarm
menu.
MAIN MENU
SYSTEM SETTINGS
2.4.2 System Settings Menu
ALARMS
ALARM DURATION
A UT O A CKNOWLEDGE
A LA RM PROF ILE DA Y
ALARM PROFILE NIGHT
DA Y / NIGHT SWIT CH
With the System settings menu you can configure the
system according to your own requirements.
Configurations that can be changed are:
ALARM
DURATION
This defines the period of time (5
sec. to 15 min.) that the alarm
beeper and the alarm relay are activated, unless the operator acknowledges the alarm.
AUTO
ACKNOWLEDGE
ON/OFF When there is an alarm,
the system automatically acknowledges the alarm and replays the
event (if event replay is activated)
after the programmed alarm duration
has expired (can be set from 5 sec.
to 15 min).
Remark
After entering the system settings, alarms are disabled.
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OFF
NONE
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Note
If the display is in sequence mode during an alarm, it
automatically returns to sequence mode, starting with
the next image after the alarm image.
Alarm Profile Day
MAIN MENU
SYSTEM SETTINGS
ALARMS
ALARM PROFILE DAY
EX IT DEL A Y
0 SEC
TITLE
MOTION
ALARM-BOX
1
OFF
OFF
2
OFF
OFF
3
OFF
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
EXIT DELAY
MOTION
ON/OFF The camera detects
motion within the defined motion
area.
ALARM BOX
ON/OFF An alarm box is an
optional accessory that enables
you to activate an alarm input
(e.g. PIR detector).
DOORBELL
ON/OFF/REMOTE A doorbell
(Intercom Box) is an optional
accessory that enables you to
react to persons who enter by
pressing the respective doorbell. Pressing the doorbell will
sound the system buzzer and
register an event. If ‘remote’
option is selected, the doorbell
also triggers the alarm output
contact of the monitor.
MAIN MENU
SYSTEM SETTINGS
ALARMS
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ALARM PROFILE NIGHT
EX IT DELAY
0 SEC
DISPLAY
ON
TITLE
MOTION
ALARMBOX
1
OFF
OFF
2
OFF
OFF
3
OFF
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
DOORBELL
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ENTRY DELAY
An alarm generated in night
mode will be processed by the
system after the entry delay time
has expired (programmable
between 0 sec. and 4 min.). If
the system is switched over
from night to day during the
entry delay time the alarm will
not be processed. Exceptions
are special alarms, like tamper
and system alarm, which will
always be processed.
DISPLAY
ON/OFF/ON AT ALARM In
night mode, the monitor screen
display can be switched ON or
OFF. Selecting ‘ON AT ALARM’
switches the monitor screen on
if an alarm is activated and displays the image of the camera
that has been activated.
If there is no user activity, the
system will automatically switch
back to night mode display OFF
within 15 minutes. If there is
user activity, the user must
switch the display off by
pressng the Day/Night Switch.
DOORBELL
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
Alarm Exit Delay (0 sec. to 4
min.) is the amount of time
before the alarm profile night will
be activated. (For example, time
for a person to exit a room
before the night alarm profile is
activated after switching over
from day to night).
Alarm Profile Night
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The other options are the same as for the ALARM
PROFILE DAY.
DAY / NIGHT
SWITCH
None/Select camera line with
Alarm/Action box. When
selected, the day and night profiles can be activated from an
Alarm/Action box.
Note
When the day/night switch function is activated the
day/night switch on the monitor and on the remote
control is deactivated.
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2.4.5 Aux output
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DWELL TIME
Change the image sequence
dwell time (programmable
between 02 and 30 secs).
AUDIO SOURCE
Selected Audio source is automatically displayed.
From the system settings menu you can configure the
system aux-output.
MAIN MENU
SYSTEM SETTINGS
AUX-OUT PUT
PRESENT A TION MODE
AUX-OUT
SLAVE DISPLAY
SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE WITH
D W E L L TI M E
A U DIO S O U R C E
ON
1
FO L LO W
ON
2
03 SEC
AUX- IN
PRESENTATION
MODE
An advanced feature of this system is the ‘presentation mode’.
OFF - The auxiliary output provides loop-through from one of
the 4 camera inputs, depending
on the AUX-OUT camera
number setting.
ON - The auxiliary input allows
you to view images from an
additional Video Recorder.
These images can consist of a
promotional video sequenced
with live camera images.
AUX-OUT
When presentation mode is
OFF, one of the eight camera
outputs can be displayed on the
AUXoutput.
When presentation mode is ON,
the AUX-OUT menu option is
disabled.
SLAVE DISPLAY
SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE
WITH
FOLLOW/1-4
Slave display lets you display
the images from the main monitor (Follow) or from any camera
on the slave monitor (1-4).
The presentation is sequenced
with a live camera image when
selected to ON.
Presentation is sequenced with
the selected live camera image
(in this case with camera
number 2).
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2.4.6 Recorder
You can set up the Video Recorder from the system
menu:
MAIN MENU
SYSTEMSETTINGS
RECORDER
PLAYBACK DETECTION
PLAYBACK
DETECTION
ON
By connecting the input and
output from the same Video
Recorder you can have an automatic playback detection.
ON This allows you to switch on
the Video Recorder playback
and the system will automatically
detect the Video Recorder has
been switched on for playback.
OFF The playback detection is
disabled. You can select the
Video Recorder playback by
accessing the main menu and
selecting “SWITCH TO PLAYBACK VIEW”
2.4.7 Installation
The Installation group contains all installation-related
items, such as language, system beep and camera
setting.
MAIN MENU
SYSTEM SETTINGS
I N S T A L L A T IO N
LANGUAGE
B EEP VO LUME
EX TERNAL C ONTROL
SETUP C A MERA
SETUP C A MERA
SETUP C A MERA
SETUP C A MERA
ENGLISH
OFF
1
2
3
4
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LANGUAGE
You can choose from English,
French, German, Spanish,
Dutch, Italian and Portuguese.
The menus are then displayed
in the selected language.
BEEP VOLUME
Allows you to select the system audio beep high, medium,
low or off.
EXERNAL
CONTROL
Allows you to control the system via slave or IR Remote
Control.
External Control
MAIN MENU
SYSTEM SETTINGS
INST ALLATION
EXT ER NAL CO N T RO L
REMOTE CONTROL
S YS T EM A DD R E S S
CONTROL AT SLAVE
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F L I CK E R L E S S
WH ITE B ALANCE
FIELD OF VIEW
MICROPHONE
MOTION AREA
MOTION SENSITIVITY
DISPLAY MOTION
OFF
AUTO
1
ON
OFF
TITLE
Allows you to enter a camera title
(max. 8 characters).
COVERT
DISPLAY
This feature is only available in the
multiplexer, therefore it is disabled
in the switcher.
BACKLIGHT
COMPENSATION
(BLC)
Backlight compensation:
BLC OFF - The camera Automatic
Light Control (ALC) responds to
the average content of the entire
video picture.
BLC ON - The camera ALC
responds pre-dominantly to the
center of the picture, shown by the
diagram. If an object of interest falls
inside the BLC area, its visibility will
remain relatively constant even if
the background illumination varies.
OFF
1
OFF
REMOTE
CONTROL
Can be selected ON or OFF
to allow control of the system
from the IR Remote Control
accessory.
FLICKERLESS
This option is available with certain
camera versions. It reduces the
flicker produced by artificial lights.
SYSTEM
ADDRESS
Can be selected from an
address of 1 to 8 to avoid multiple system switching with
one IR Remote Control.
WHITE
BALANCE
CONTROL AT
SLAVE
Can be selected ON or OFF
to allow control of the system
from the Slave Monitor accessory.
White balance is used only for color
cameras. The camera automatically
matches the video color to the
white (reference) area of the image.
The different options are:
FIXED - keep the white balance
settings which are currently used.
AUTO - White balance is automatically set.
RECALCULATE - Set the white
balance to automatic for 5 seconds
and then back to fixed.
SETUP CAMERA
For every connected camera a camera configuration
menu can be selected (activated).
Note
Recalculate is only available when
current setting is FIXED.
This function is disabled when a
black and white camera is used.
MAIN MENU
SYSTEM SETTINGS
INST ALLATION
S ET UP CAMERA 1
TIT LE
COVERT DISPLAY
B ACKLIGHT C OMPENS ATION
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OFF
OFF
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FIELD OF
VIEW
MICROPHONE
(Range 1: 1.33: 1.66 : 2: default is
1). Adjust the field of view using
digital zoom in the camera to
ensure complete coverage of the
object within the viewing angle of
the camera lens.
Select the microphone ON/OFF.
This function will be disabled when
cameras are connected without a
microphone (e.g. covert cameras).
MOTION
AREA
Allows you to define the area size
for motion detection.
MOTION
SENSITIVITY
Allows you to define the sensitivity
of motion detection.
This enables you to detect objects
like a person running across the
motion area but will not raise an
alarm if there is a small movement
(detect humans but no birds).
DISPLAY
MOTION
This allows you to view where the
motion has been detected by displaying a series of movement indicators on the monitor screen.
2.4.8 Motion Sensitivity
MAIN MENU
SYSTEM SETTINGS
INST ALLATION
SETUP CAMERA 1
M OT ION S EN S I T I V I T Y 1
LEVEL
M O T IO N IND I C ATO R
RESET INDICATOR
LEVEL
Sets the level (the amount) of
motion detection.
MOTION
INDICATOR
Displays the set level of motion
detection.
RESET
INDICATOR
Resets the motion detection indicator to the current setting.
Set motion alarm as follows:
1 Reset indicator.
2 Set level on minimum.
3 Walk through motion area (motion indicator indicates level of motion).
4 Set level just below the level of motion indication.
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2.4.9 Service
The SERVICE menu contains all items relevant for
servicing your observation system: resetting the system
to factory defaults and the internal diagnose.
MAIN MENU
SYSTEM SETTINGS
S ERV ICE
SYSTEM DIAGNOSE
FACTOR Y DEFAULTS
SYSTEM
DIAGNOSE
With this option you can obtain an
overview of the internal diagnose
settings. (Consult the service manual for more information).
FACTORY
DEFAULTS
With this option you can set the
complete system to the factory
defaults. All current settings will be
lost, (this will take a few seconds).
Language selector and Wizard
setup will be activated again.
MAIN MENU
SYSTEM SETTINGS
SEVICE
FACT OR Y DEF A ULT S
CURRENT SETTINGS
WILL BE LOST
C ON TI NUE ?
NO
YE S
2.4.10 Disable System Setting Option
You can disable the system setting option, ensuring
operators do not make inadvertent system changes.
To menu lock the system settings option:
• Switch the complete system off.
• Switch the system on while keeping the PIP and PIP
Swap buttons pressed at the same time. Continue to
keep the buttons pressed until the start-up screen
appears.
System settings are removed from the main menu.
Note
Follow the same procedure to unlock the system settings
menu.
Main Menu
History
Switch to playback view
View Settings
Time and Date
System Settings
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Sequence
Alarms
Aux - Output
Recorder
Installation
Service
System Settings
Hour Format
Time
Date Format
Date
Time and Date
PIP Position
Hide Titles
Hide Time/Date
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Sharpness
Hue (NTSC only)
Cancel
View Settings
History list
History
System Diagnose
Factory Defaults
Service
Setup Camera 4
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Language
Beep Volume
External Control
Setup Camera 1
Installation
Playback Detection
Recorder
Aux - Output
Presentation Mode
Aux - out
Slave Display
Sequence
Sequence with
Dwell Time
Audio Source
Aux Output
Alarm Duration
Auto Acknowledge
Alarm Profile Day
Alarm Profile Night
Day/Night Switch
Confirmation Screen
Factory Defaults
Diagnose Screen
System Diagnose
Title
Covert Display
Backlight Compensation
Flickerless
White Balance
Field of View
Microphone
Motion Area
Motion Sensivity
Display Motion
Setup Camera
Remote Control
System Address
Control at Slave
External Control
Entry Delay
Display
Camera 1
Camera 2
Camera 3
Camera 4
Alarm Profile Night
Exit Delay
Camera 1
Camera 2
Camera 3
Camera 4
Dwell Time
Alarms
Alarm Profile Day
Sequence
Menu Structure
Sensitivity
Motion Indicator
Reset Indicator
Motion Sensitivity
Set Motion Area
Motion Area
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
APPROVALS
Safety
Europe
EN60065
USA
UL6500 UL & cUL listed
Australia
C-Tick
Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Audio input
RCA (0.5 Vpp, input
impedance 10 kOhm)
Video output
BNC (1 Vpp, output
impedance 75 Ohm)
Audio output
RCA (0.5 Vpp, output
impedance 1 kOhm)
System cable
Europe
EN55022 Class B, EN50130-4
4-wire dual twisted pair cable
USA
FCC part 15, class B
Australia
AS/NZS 3548
1 twist/inch, loop resistances
max 16 ohm at 100 meter
MECHANICAL
ELECTRICAL
Picture tube
14” (viewable picture area
13”), 90° deflection, 0.65 mm
pitch TV grade
Resolution
PAL: 320 TVL;
NTSC: 290 TVL
TV standard
PAL: 625 lines, 50 Hz, 2:1;
NTSC: 525 lines, 60 Hz, 2:1
Mains supply voltage
Universal input, 100 240 VAC +/-10%, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
<75 W max. (without
cameras)
Camera power supply 24 to 32 VDC, short-circuit
protected
System synchronization Monitor locks to the mains
Cameras lock to H and V of
the monitor
Camera inputs
4 (system interface)
Slave monitor output
1 (system interface)
Microphone
Sensitivity 46dB SPL @ 1kHz
Audio speaker
500 mW rated, 1000 mW
max.
Frequency range
300 - 3kHz
Alarm output screwblock
4-pole screw-block
N.O./N.C. contact + system
ground
Contact rating
24VAC or DC, 2 A (resistive
load)
AUX/VCR
Video input
BNC (1 Vpp, input
impedance 75 Ohm)
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Weight
approx. 9.5 kg/21 lbs
Dimensions (hxwxd)
325 x 364 x 368 mm
12.8 x 14.3 x 14.5 inches
Ambient temperature
Operating
+5°C…+45°C
Storage
-25°C…+70°C
+41...+113 F
-13...+158 F
Ambient humidity
5% to 95% RH
Specifications may change without notice.
If you have any problems, contact your dealer.
Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH
Bosch Security Systems B.V.
Ludwig-Bölkow-Allee
P.O. Box 80002
85521 Ottobrunn
5600 JB Eindhoven
Germany
The Netherlands
www.bosch-sicherheitssysteme.de
www.boschsecuritysystems.com
3122 165 22352 03-30
© 2003 Bosch Security Systems B.V.
Subject to change Printed in Portugal