Samsung SCC-C7478 User`s guide

SCC-C7478
36x Smart Dome Camera
User’s Guide
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Safety information
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consisting a risk of electric shock is present
within this unit.
This exclamation point symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
WARNING
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
• To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the installation
instructions.
• If this power supply is used at 240V ac, a suitable plug adapter should be used.
WARNING
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specified in the specification sheet.
Using any other adapter could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to the product.
2. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause explosion, fire, electric shock, or damage
to the product.
3. Do not connect multiple cameras to a single adapter. Exceeding the capacity may cause abnormal heat
generation or fire.
4. Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. Insecure connection may cause fire.
5. When installing the camera, fasten it securely and firmly. The fall of camera may cause personal injury.
6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal parts, etc.) or containers filled with water on top
of the camera. Doing so may cause personal injury due to fire, electric shock, or falling objects.
7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
8. If any unusual smells or smoke come from the unit, stop using the product. In such case, immediately disconnect
the power source and contact the service center. Continued use in such a condition may cause fire or electric
shock.
9. If this product fails to operate normally, contact the nearest service center. Never disassemble or modify this product
in any way. (SAMSUNG is not liable for problems caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.)
10.When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock
11.If the camera is installed or rebooted after power failure when ambient temperature is below the freezing point, the
dome cover is frosted. In this case, the frost will be disappeared after 3 hours after turning on the power.
(It is noted that lowest guaranteed operating temperature is -45ºC(-49ºF) without wind.).
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Safety information
CAUTION
1. Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong blows to it. Keep away from a location subject to excessive
vibration or magnetic interference.
2. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 140°F), low temperature (below -49°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 there is a lighting storm. 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.
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.
FCC Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions :
2) This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Caution
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
IC Compliance Notice
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference.-Causing
Equipment Regulations of ICES-003.
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1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
Important Safety Instructions
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. 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, or other apparatus (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. 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.
10.Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
11.Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12.Use only with cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold
with the apparatus.
13.Unplug this apparatus when a card 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 powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or
has been dropped.
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus
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Contents
Introduction
Features
6
Product & Accessories
7
Parts Name & Functions
8
Installation
DIP Switch Setup
9
Installation using Mount Bracket
10
Cabling
13
Operation
Check points before operation
15
Preset and Pattern Function Pre-Check
15
AUTO CALIBRATION
15
Starting OSD Menu
15
Reserved Preset
15
16
16
Pattern
16
Scan
16
Schedule
17
Other Functions
17
OSD Display of Main Screen
18
General Rules of Key Operation for Menu
18
How to use OSD Menu
Main Menu
19
System Information
19
Display Setup
19
PRIVACY ZONE MASK Setup
19
Motion Setup
20
Function Setup
21
PRESET Setup
22
Auto Pan Setup
23
Pattern Setup
23
Scan Setup
24
Schedule Setup
26
CAMERA SETUP
27
System Setup
28
System Initialize
30
Specifications
Specifications
31
Dimension
32
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Preset
Auto Pan
Introduction
FEATURES
❖ Camera Specifications
• CCD Sensor : EX-view HADTM CCD
• Zoom Magnification : × 36 Optical Zoom, × 12
Digital Zoom (Max × 432 Zoom)
• Wide Dynamic Range Function
• Day & Night Function : ICR(IR Cut filter Removal)
• Various Focus Mode : Auto Focus / Manual Focus
/ Semi-Auto Focus.
• Independent or Global camera settings for each
Preset locations.
❖ Powerful Pan/Tilt Functions
• Max. 360°/sec high speed Pan/Tilt Motion
• Using Vector Drive Technology, Pan/Tilt motions
are accomplished in the shortest path. As a result,
time to target view is reduced dramatically and the
video on the monitor is very natural to watch.
• Ultra low speed (0.05°/sec) enables operator
to locate camera to desired target view with
accuracy and ease.
• Zoom-proportional pan/tilt speed helps operator
to move the camera easily.
❖ Preset, Pattern, Auto Pan, Scan, Privacy
Mask, Schedule and More…
• MAX. 127 Presets are assignable. All of them
have independent characteristics such as White
Balance, Auto Exposure, Label, Alarm Input/
Output and so on.
• Max. 8 set of Auto Pan can be stored. This
enables to move camera repetitively between two
preset positions with designated speed.
• Max. 4 of Patterns can be recorded and played
back. This enables to move camera to follow any
trajectory operated by joystick as closely as possible.
• Max. 8 set of Scan action can be stored.
This enables to move camera repetitively with
combination of Preset or Pattern or Auto Pan. A
Scan is composed of max. 20 entities of Preset/
Pattern/Auto Pans.
• Max 8 Privacy Masks can be set up to protect
privacy of other people.
• 7 rules of Schedule can be assigned by day and
time. Appropriate actions (such as Home, Preset,
Scan, Pattern and Auto Pan) can be defined for
each rule. Also, it is possible to use Weekday and
All days to simplify the rule.
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❖ PTZ(Pan/Tilt/Zoom) Control
• With RS-485 communication, max. 255 of
cameras can be controlled at the same time.
• Pelco-D/ Pelco-P/ Samsung protocol can be
selected as a control protocol in the current
version of firmware.
❖ OSD(On Screen Display) Menu
• OSD menu is provided to display the status
of camera and to configure the functions
interactively.
• The information such as Camera ID, Pan/Tilt/
Zoom/Direction, Alarm Input & Output, date/time,
current temperature and Preset can be displayed
on screen.
• Each display item can be turned on or off
independently.
❖ Alarm I/O Functions
• 8 alarm sensor Inputs and 4 relay output are
available.
• To reject external electric noise and shock
perfectly, alarm sensor Input is decoupled with
photo coupler.
• The signal range of sensor input is from DC 5.0 to
12.0 volts to adopt various applications.
• If an external sensor is activated, camera can be
set to move to the corresponding Preset position.
• Relay outputs can be assigned to work with a
certain preset.
❖ Reserved Presets for Special Purpose
• Most of camera settings are directly changed by
calling Reserved Presets, not entering into OSD
menu. For more information,refer to “Reserved
Presets”(page 15) in this manual.
Introduction
PRODUCT & ACCESSORIES
❖ Product
Wall Mount Type
Ceiling Mount Type
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❖ Accessories
Hexagonal wrench
Anchor bolts (4pcs)
Water proof tape
Hole Template
User’s Guide
Safety Cable
Housing Safety Cable
Hanger
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Introduction
PARTS NAME & FUNCTIONS
SUN SHIELD & UPPER
HOUSING
PTZ MECHANISM
DOME SAFETY CABLE
FAN & HEATER CABLE
INNER BOX
FAN
HEATER
HOUSING SAFETY CABLE HANGER
DOME COVER
• Dome Cover
Do not detach protection vinyl from dome cover
before finishing all installation process to protect
dome cover from scratches or dust.
In the dome cover, there are Fan and Heater to
remove moisture on the bubble dome.
• Sunshield & Upper housing
Sunshield protect bubble dome cover from the sun
rays and rain fall from. In the sunshield, there is the
upper housing which will contain accommodate
PTZ mechanism. Also, the upper housing will be
connected to both mounting brackets and dome
cover.
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• Wall/Ceiling mount Bracket
These are used to install the camera on the wall or
ceiling and have junction box. The junction box of the
bracket accommodate inner box.
• Inner box
The inner has many important roles of connection
box between camera and outside. Top of the box,
there are dip switches and terminal blocks for Power
supply, Video, Communication, Alarm Input/output.
Installation
❖ Communication Protocol Setup
DIP SWITCH SETUP
Before you install the camera, you should set the DIP
switches to configure the camera ID, communication
protocol.
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Pin1
Pin2
Pin3
Pin4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Auto Protocol
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
PELCO-D
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
PELCO-P
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
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automatically recognize the kind of Protocol.
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• If you changed camera protocol by changing DIP S/W,
the change will be effective after you reboot the camera.
❖ Camera ID Setup
ON
• Factory default of protocol is “Auto” Protocol
ON
❖ Communication Baud rate Setup
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
• ID number of camera is set using binary number.
The example is shown bellow.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ID Value
1
2
4
8
16
32
64 128
ex) ID=5
on
off
on
off
off
off
off
off
ex) ID=10 off
on
off
on
off
off
off
off
• The range of ID is 0~255. Factory default of
Camera ID is 1.
• If you want to control a certain camera, you must
match the camera ID with Cam ID setting of DVR
or Controller.
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
• Select the appropriate Baud rate with DIP switch
combination.
Switch State
Protocol
Pin5
Pin6
Pin7
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
4800 BPS
OFF
ON
OFF
9600 BPS
ON
ON
OFF
19200 BPS
OFF
OFF
ON
38400 BPS
2400 BPS
• Factory default of Baud rate is “9600 BPS”
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• If you want to control using DVR or system keyboard,
their protocol must be identical to camera. Otherwise,
you can not control the camera.
Installation
❖ RS-485 Termination Resistor
ON
③ After locating the wall mount bracket on the
anchor bolts properly. Tighten the nuts for
anchor bolts
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
• Pin 8 is used for ON/OFF of RS-485 Termination.
Normally, it must be OFF state. Especially when
you have trouble with long Daisy chain style
connection, turn ON this termination switch of last
camera.
– Pin 8
RS-485 Termination Resistor (On/Off)
INSTALLATION USING MOUNT
BRACKET
① Using the paper template, mark the holes on the
wall.
② After drilling the holes, fix the four anchor bolts
into the holes.
④ Connect cables to terminal blocks and BNC in
the inner box of junction box. See the cabling in
the next section.
C onnector to the dom e cam era
Protocol,
Address DIP
RS-485
A LA R M
P O W ER
BNC
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Installation
⑤ After hooking the safety cable on the hole of
pipe [1], attach the upper housing to wall mount
bracket by turning it at least seven turns [2]. To
fix the upper body orientation, turn the handle of
double nuts to clockwise tightly [3].
⑦ Plug the connector of cable from junction box
into properly. After checking the orientation
of one touch connector in the upper housing,
press the PTZ mechanism into hook in the
upper housing.
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⑥ Open the dome cover to install the PTZ camera
mechanism. Care must be taken dome cover is
hung by internal safety cable properly. Plug fan/
heater cables into the connectors in the housing.
⑧ To lock the PTZ mechanism to the upper
housing, press the two black handles till it
sounds snap.
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Installation
⑨ Close the dome cover. Care must be taken to
locate dome cover by matching the “Arrow”
mark.
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⑩ Tighten four screws on the dome cover in
sequence as shown in the picture bellow.
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To maintain the best sealing, the torque of each
screw must be in the range between 0.5 ~ 1.0 N·m
(0.37 ~ 0.73 lbf·ft).
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Installation
CABLING
Connector to the dome camera
ALARM OUTPUT
DVR/ Keyboard
1
RS-485
2
3
4
ALARM INPUT
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D+ D1 2 3 4 G 5 6 7 8
POWER
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Monitor
❖ Power Connection
• Please, check the voltage and current capacity of rated power carefully.
Rated Power
Input Voltage Range
Current Consumption
AC 24V
AC 19V ~29V
2.5 A
❖ RS-485 Communication
• For PTZ control, connect this line to keyboard and DVR. To control multiple cameras at the same time, RS-485
communication lines of them is connected in parallel as shown below.
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Installation
❖ Video Connection
• Alarm Output
• Connect with BNC coaxial cable.
❖ Alarm Input Connection
• Sensor Input
IN 1
INTERNAL
IN 2
IN 3
IN 4
GND
IN 5
IN 6
IN 7
IN 8
a It is noted that short circuit between GND and
Input pin means alarm activation.
If you want to use Alarm Input, the types of sensor
must be selected in OSD menu. The sensor types
are Normal Open and Normal Close If sensor type
is not selected properly, the alarm can be activated
reversely.
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There are 4 Alarm Outputs and all of them are
Relay contact type. Therefore, you do not have
to care about polarity, AC/DC, and isolations
between channels. Care must be taken for the
power capacity of relay contact written above.
Operation
CHECK POINTS BEFORE
OPERATION
• Before power is applied, please check the cables
carefully.
• The camera ID of the controller must be identical to
that of the camera to be controlled. The camera ID
can be checked in the System Information of OSD
Menu.
• If your controller supports multi-protocols, the
protocol must be changed to match to that of the
camera.
STARTING OSD MENU
• Function
Using the OSD menu, Preset, Pattern, Auto Pan,
Scan and Alarm Input function can be configured for
each application.
• Enter Menu
<Go Preset> [95]
RESERVED PRESET
• If you changed camera protocol by changing DIP
switch, the change will be effective after you reboot
the camera.
• Description
• Since the operation method can be different for
each controller available, refer to the manual for your
controller if camera can not be controlled properly.
• Function
Some Preset numbers are reserved to special
functions.
<Go Preset> [95]
: Enters into OSD menu
<Go Preset> [131~134] : Runs Pattern Function 1~4
<Go Preset> [141~148] : Runs Auto Pan Function 1~8
<Go Preset> [151~158] : Runs Scan Function 1~8
• Check how to operate Preset, Scan, Auto Pan and
Pattern function with controller or DVR in advance to
operate camera function using them. (refer to your
System keyboard Manual)
<Go Preset> [170]
: Sets Camera BLC Mode to OFF
<Go Preset> [171]
: Sets Camera BLC Mode to HIGH
<Go Preset> [174]
: Sets Camera Focus Mode to AUTO
• If controller or DVR has no pattern button or function,
use shortcut keys with preset numbers. For more
information, refer to “Reserved Preset” in this
manual.
<Go Preset> [175]
: Sets Camera Focus Mode to Manual
<Go Preset> [176]
: Sets Camera Focus Mode to SEMIAUTO
<Go Preset> [177]
: Sets Day & Night Mode to AUTO1
<Go Preset> [178]
: Sets Day & Night Mode to NIGHT
<Go Preset> [179]
: Sets Day & Night Mode to DAY
<Go Preset> [190]
: Sets OSD Display Mode to AUTO
(Except Privacy Mask)
<Go Preset> [191]
: Sets OSD Display Mode to OFF
(Except Privacy Mask)
<Go Preset> [192]
: Setting OSD Display Mode to ON
(Except Privacy Mask)
<Go Preset> [193]
: Sets all Privacy Mask Display to OFF
<Go Preset> [194]
: Sets all Privacy Mask Display to ON
<Go Preset> [167]
: Zoom Proportional Jog ON
AUTO CALIBRATION
• If the camera is continuously subjected to very high
temperature (over 50°C or 122°F) environment for a
long time, it is possible for the camera to lose focus.
As a result, you will get blurry image. In this case, it is
recommended to turn on “AUTO CALIBRATION” by
running Preset 165.
• If you execute AUTO CALIBRATION, camera will
calibrate its focus at every 6 hours. To turn off this
function, please, run Preset 166.
<Go Preset> [161~164] : Sets Relay 1~4 Output to OFF
<Set Preset> [161~164] : Sets Relay 1~4 Output to ON
<Set Preset>[167]
: Zoom Proportional Jog OFF
<Go Preset>[200]
: Digital Zoom ON
<Go Preset>[201]
: Digital Zoom OFF
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PRESET AND PATTERN
FUNCTION PRE-CHECK
Operation
PRESET
• Function
Max. 127 positions can be stored as Preset position.
The Preset number can be assigned from 1 to 128,
but 95 is reserved for starting OSD menu.
Camera characteristics (i.e. White Balance, Auto
Exposure) can be set up independently for each preset
and they are adjusted by using OSD menu. Four relay
outputs can be reacted in conjunction with one Preset.
• Set Preset
<Set Preset> [1~128]
• Run Preset
<Go Preset> [1~128]
• Delete Preset
To delete Preset, use OSD menu.
Method2) <Go Preset> [Auto Pan NO.+140]
ex) Run Auto Pan 2 : <Go Preset> [142]
• Delete Auto Pan
To delete Auto Pan, use OSD menu.
PATTERN
• Function
Pattern Function is that a camera memorizes the path
(mostly curve path) by joystick of controller for assigned
time and revives the path exactly as it memorized.
4 Patterns are available and Maximum 1000
communication commands can be stored in a pattern.
• Set Pattern
Pattern can be created by one of following two
methods.
Method 1) <Set Pattern> [Pattern NO.]
AUTO PAN
• Function
By using Auto Pan function, you can make camera
to move between 2 Preset positions repeatedly.
When Auto Pan function runs, camera moves
from the preset assigned as the 1st point to the
preset assigned as the 2nd point in CW(Clockwise)
direction. Then camera moves from the preset
assigned as the 2nd point to the preset assigned as
the 1st point in CCW(Counterclockwise) direction.
In case that the preset assigned as the 1st point
is same as the preset assigned as the 2nd point,
camera turns on its axis by 360° in CW(Clockwise)
– Pattern editing screen is displayed as bellow.
EDIT PATTERN 1
[NEAR:SAVE / FAR:DELETE]
0/0/X1/N
– Movement by Joystick and preset movement
can be memorized in a pattern.
– The rest memory size is displayed in progress
bar.
– To save the recording, press NEAR key and to
cancel, press FAR key.
Method 2) OSD Using OSD Menu: See the section
“How to use OSD Menu”.
• Run Pattern
direction and then it turns on its axis by 360° in
CCW(Counterclockwise) direction.
Speed can be set up from 1°/sec to 180°/sec.
• Set Auto Pan
To set Auto Pan, use OSD menu.
• Run Auto Pan
Method1) <Run Auto Pan> [Auto Pan NO.] [Enter]
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Method 1) <Run Pattern> [Pattern NO.] [Enter]
ex) Run Pattern 2 : <Run Pattern> [2] [Enter]
Method 2) <Go Preset> [Pattern NO.+130]
ex) Run Pattern 2: <Go Preset> [132]
• Delete Pattern
Use OSD menu to delete a Pattern.
a When the PATTERN is saved/executed, the PAN/
TILT is operated with AUTO FLIP OFF.
Operation
SCAN
OTHER FUNCTIONS
• Function
• Preset Lock
The Scan function allows running sequence of
Presets, Pattern and/or Auto Pans. Max 8 Scan
can be stored. Each Scan can have max 20 action
entities which can be preset, pattern or Auto Pan.
Preset speed can be set up and the repeat number
of Pattern & Auto Pan can be set up in Scan setup.
Dwell time between actions can be set up also.
Dwell Time
Preset 1
Pattern 1
Scan 1
Max 20 Entities
• Set Scan
Use OSD Menu to create a Scan.
Method1) <Run Scan> [Scan NO] [Enter]
Method2) <Go Preset> [Scan NO.+150]
ex) Run Scan 7 : <Go Preset> [157]
• Delete Scan
Use OSD Menu to delete.
SCHEDULE
• Function
The Schedule function allows running an appropriate
function like Preset, Auto Pan, Scan, Pattern, Home
move at designated day and time. For example, if
you setup a rule Tuesday at 9:00AM and Preset 1
(say Main Gate), the camera will move to main gate
every Tuesday at 9:00AM. If you choose Weekday,
camera will move to Main gate everyday except
weekend.
It is noted that due to the real time clock, the time
data will be kept regardless of blackout. The initial
time and day setup is essential to proper Schedule
function.
• Set Schedule
Use OSD Menu to create a Schedule
• Run Schedule
Use OSD Menu of Schedule Master Enable
• Delete Schedule
Use OSD Menu to delete.
• Power Up Action
This function enables to resume the last action
executed before power down. Most of actions such as
Preset, Pattern, Auto Pan and Scan are available for this
function but Jog actions are not available to resume.
if there are no setup for those functions like
Preset, Pattern, Auto Pan and Scan, Camera will
automatically move to Home position after rebooting.
If Power Up Action is set to be ON, camera will
continue the function which is executed lastly after
rebooting.
• Auto Flip
In case that tilt angle arrives at the top of tilt orbit
(90°), zoom module camera keep moving to opposite
tilt direction (180°) to keep tracing targets. As soon
as zoom module camera passes through the top
of tilt direction(90°), images should be reversed
automatically and F appears in screen. If this
function is set to OFF, tilt movement range is 0 ~ 90°.
• Parking Action
This function enables to locate the camera to specific
position automatically if operator doesn’t operate the
controller for a while. The Park Time can be defined
as an interval from 5 seconds to 4 hours.
• Alarm Input
8 Alarm Inputs are used. If an external sensor
is activated, camera can be set to move to
corresponding preset position. It is noted that the
latest alarm input is effective if multiple sensors are
activated.
• Alarm Output
There are 4 Ch. of Alarm Outputs and all of them
can be assigned to a certain Preset number. For
example, if you assign Preset 5 to AO2, calling
Preset 5 result in turning On of AO2.
• Privacy Zone Mask
To protect privacy, MAX. 8 Privacy Masks can be
created on the arbitrary position to hide objects such
as windows, shops or private house. With Spherical
Coordinates system, powerful Privacy Zone Mask
function is possible.
• GENERAL/SPECIAL Image Setup
WB (White Balance) and AE (Auto Exposure) can
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• Run Scan
This function is made to protect preset data from
unauthorized overwriting. If Preset Lock is ON,
Preset save command using Hot Key is disabled
while Preset save using OSD Menu is acceptable.
Operation
be set up independently for each preset. There
are 2 modes, “General” mode & “Special” mode.
The General mode means that WB or AE can be
set up totally and simultaneously for all presets in
“ZOOM CAMERA SETUP” menu. The Special mode
means that WB or AE can be set up independently
or separately for each preset in each preset setup
menu. Each Special WB/AE value should activate
correspondingly when camera arrives at each preset
location.
During jog operation, General WB/AE value should
be applied. All Special WB/AE value will not be
changed although General WB/AE value change.
• Semi Auto Focus
This mode exchanges focus mode automatically
between Manual Focus mode and Auto Focus mode
by operation. Manual Focus mode activates in preset
operation and Auto Focus mode activates during jog
operation. With Manual mode at presets, Focus data
is memorized in each preset in advance and camera
calls focus data in correspondence with presets as
soon as camera arrives at a preset. It should shorten
time to get focuses.
Focus mode changes to Auto Focus mode
automatically when jog operation starts.
“PRESET ×××”
“PATTERN ×”
“AUP×/PRESET ×××”
“UNDEFINED”
• Preset Label
The Label stored for specific Preset.
• Alarm Information
This information shows current state of Alarm Input.
The “I” means Input and “O” is output. If an Input is
ON state it will show the number of input. If an Input
is OFF state, ‘-’ will be displayed. In the same way
“O :1” means output 1 is ON “O :-“ is OFF.
Ex) When Point 2 of inputs are ON, and Output 1 is
On, OSD will show as below
• Image Flip
Shows that images are currently reversed by Auto
Flip Function.
• Date/Time
Displays Current Date and Time.
OSD DISPLAY OF MAIN SCREEN
Preset Lable 1
LABEL12345
PRESET1
Action Title
GENERAL RULES OF KEY
OPERATION FOR MENU
• The menu items surrounded with < > always has its
sub menu.
• For all menu level, to go into sub menu, press NEAR
or ENTER key.
Date/Time
Alarm Information
• To go to up-one-level menu, press FAR key.
• To move from items to item in the menu, use joystick
in the Up/Down or Left/Right.
Camera ID
P/T/Z Information
Image Flip
Camera ID
• P/T/Z Information
Current Pan/Tilt angle in degree, zoom magnification
and a compass direction.
• Camera ID
Current Camera ID(Address).
• Action Title
Followings are possible Action Titles and their meaning.
“SET PRESET ×××”
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• To change a value of an item, use Up/Down of the
joystick in the controller.
• Press NEAR or ENTER key to save values and
Press FAR key to cancel values.
How to use OSD Menu
MAIN MENU
ROOT MENU
<SYSTEM INFORMATION>
<DISPLAY SETUP>
<MOTION SETUP>
<FUNCTION SETUP>
<CAMERA SETUP>
<SYSTEM SETUP>
<SYSTEM INITIALIZE>
EXIT
• System Information
Shows info and current configuration.
• Display Setup
• Baud rate
Shows current Baud rate of PTZ
control.
• Address
Shows current Camera ID for PTZ
control.
DISPLAY SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
CAMERA ID
PTZ INFORMATION
ACTION TITLE
RESET LABEL
ALARM I/O
DATE/TIME
<PRIVACY ZONE>
ON
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
ON
BACK
EXIT
Enable/Disable of OSD display on Main Screen.
• Motion Setup
Setup for motion related settings
Setup for various functions such as Preset, Auto
Pan, Pattern, Scan and Schedule.
• Camera Setup
Configure Camera related functions and data
• System Setup
Configure for Basic system setup.
• PTZ Information
[ON/OFF/AUTO]
• Action Title
[ON/OFF/AUTO]
• Preset Label
[ON/OFF/AUTO]
• Alarm I/O
[ON/OFF/AUTO]
• Date/Time
[ON/OFF]
• <Privacy Zone>
Start Privacy Zone Mask
setup Menu.
• System Initialize
Initializes system configuration and sets all data to
factory default configuration.
PRIVACY ZONE MASK SETUP
Select area in image to mask.
SYSTEM INFORMATION
SYSTEM INFORMATION
FIRMWARE VER
COLOR SYSTEM
PROTOCOL
BAUD RATE
ADDRESS
1.00S36
NTSC
SAMSUNG
9600
255
BACK
EXIT
• Firmware Ver.
Shows current firmware version of camera.
• Color System
Shows current analog video system of the camera.
• Mask No.
[1~8]
PRIVACY ZONE
MASK NO.
DISPLAY
CLEAR MASK
<EDIT MASK>
1
UNDEFINED
OFF
CANCEL
BACK
EXIT
Select Mask number. If the selected mask has
already data, camera moves as it was set.
Otherwise, “UNDEFINED” will be displayed under
“Mask NO”.
• Protocol
Shows current Protocol for PTZ control
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• Function Setup
This menu defines Enable/Disable of OSD display on
Main Screen. If an item is set to be AUTO, the item is
displayed only when the value of it is changed.
• Camera ID
[ON/OFF]
How to use OSD Menu
• Display
[ON/OFF]
MOTION SETUP
Sets if camera makes mask shows or not on images.
• Clear Mask
[CANCEL/OK]
MOTION SETUP
Deletes data in the selected mask NO.
PRESET LOCK
OFF
PWR UP ACTION
ON
AUTO FLIP
ON
JOG MAX SPEED
140/SEC
JOG DIRECTION
INVERSE
FRZ IN PRESET
OFF
<PARKING ACTION SETUP>
<ALARM INPUT SETUP>
❖ Privacy Zone Area Setup
EDIT MASK 1
BACK
EXIT
Setup the general functions of Pan/Tilt motions.
MOVE TO TARGET POSITION
[NEAR:SELECT/FAR:CANCEL]
0/0/x1/N
Move camera to area to mask. Then the menu to
adjust mask size will be displayed.
• Preset Lock
If the tilt angle is located in the range between 90°
to 90°, you can not set up privacy zone mask.
• Power Up Action
If tilt angle over 90° (image flipped region) is
designated, camera will automatically move to
identical poison by changing tilt angle less than 90°
and moving pan angle 180 relatively.
• Auto Flip
❖ Privacy Zone Size Adjustment
EDIT MASK 1
[ON/OFF]
If Preset Lock is set to ON, it is impossible to set up
and delete Preset, APAN, Pattern and SCAN. It is
possible only to run those functions. To set up and
delete those functions, enter into OSD menu.
[ON/OFF]
Refer to “Other Functions”(page 17) section.
[ON/OFF]
Refer to “Other Functions”(page 17) section.
• Jog Max Speed
[2°/sec ~200°/sec]
Sets maximum jog speed. Jog speed is inversely
proportional to ratio of zoom. As zoom magnification
goes up, pan/tilt speed goes down.
• Jog Direction
[INVERSE/NORMAL]
If you set this to ‘Normal’, the view in the screen is
moving same direction with jog tilting. If ‘Inverse’ is
selected, the view in the screen is moving reversely.
• Freeze in Preset
[ZOOM : COLOR CHANGE]
[◄►:ADJUST MASK WIDTH]
[▲▼:ADJUST MASK HEIGHT]
[NEAR:SAVE / FAR:CANCEL]
Adjust mask size. Use joystick or arrow buttons to
adjust mask size.
• ◄► (Left/Right)
Adjusts mask width.
• ▲▼ (Up/Down)
Adjusts mask height.
• Zoom In/Out
Change Color of mask.
To hide a certain zone completely regardless of high
speed PT motions, it is recommended that the size of
mask must be 20% bigger than original target size.
It is noted that during PAN/TILT control like jog
action, the object behind the privacy mask can be
disclosed in a short period of time.
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[ON/OFF]
At start point of preset movement, camera starts
freezing the image of start point. Camera keeps
displaying the image of start point during preset
movement and does not display the images which
camera gets during preset movement. As soon as
camera stops at preset end point, camera starts
displaying live images which it gets at preset end
point.
How to use OSD Menu
❖ Parking Action Setup
FUNCTION SETUP
PARKING ACTION SETUP
PARK ENABLE
WATT TIME
PARK ACTION
OFF
00:10:00
HOME
BACK
EXIT
<PRESET SETUP>
<AUTO PAN SETUP>
<PATTERN SETUP>
<SCAN SETUP>
<SCHEDULE SETUP>
BACK
EXIT
If Park Enable is set to ON, camera runs assigned
function automatically if there is no PTZ command
during assigned “Wait Time”.
• Park Enable
[ON/OFF]
• Wait Time
[5 sec ~ 4 hour]
The time is displayed with “hh:mm:ss” format and
you can change this by 1 sec unit.
[HOME/PRESET/PATTERN/AUTOPAN/SCAN]
Ex) If HOME is selected for Park Action, camera
will move to home position when there is no PTZ
command during assigned “Wait Time.”
❖ Alarm Input Setup
• Preset Setup
127 Presets from the number 1 to 128 can be
assigned excluding preset 95 reserved for Menu.
• Auto Pan Setup
Up to 8 Auto Pans are available, which makes
camera to move slowly between two preset points.
• Pattern Setup
Up to 4 patterns can be stored in the dome.
In this function, path data created by manual move
of Joystick are recorded and you can playback the
identical path automatically whenever required.
• Scan Setup
ALARM INPUT SETUP
N.0
N.0
N.0
N.0
N.0
N.0
N.0
N.0
Configure 5 Special Functions with this menu
PRESET1
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
PRESET1
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
BACK
EXIT
Up to 8 Scans can be defined.
In a Scan, max 20 entities are assigned from any
combinations of Preset/Auto Pan/Pattern. If you run
a Scan, camera will execute each entry sequentially.
• Schedule Setup
7 rules of Schedule can be assigned by day and
time. Appropriate actions (such as Home, Preset,
Auto Pan, Pattern and Scan) can be defined for
each rule. Also, it is possible to use Weekday and
Weekend in a rule to make it simple.
Match the Alarm sensor input to one of Preset
positions. If an external sensor is activated, camera
will move to corresponding preset position when this
item is predefined.
• Alarm Type
[Normal OPEN(N.O) / Normal CLOSE(N.C)]
Sets sensor input type.
• Alarm Action
[NOT USED/HOME/PRESET 1~128/APAN 1~8,
PATTERN1~4, SCAN 1~4]
For each Alarm input, you can assign counteraction
functions (Preset, Auto Pan, Pattern, Scan).
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• Park Action
ALARM1
ALARM2
ALARM3
ALARM4
ALARM5
ALARM6
ALARM7
ALARM8
FUNCTION SETUP
How to use OSD Menu
❖ Edit Preset Scene
PRESET SETUP
EDIT SCENE - PRESET 1
PRESET SETUP
PRESET NO.
1
<EDIT SCENE>
<LABEL>
CLR PRESET
CAM ADJUST
ALARM OUT
WINDOWS
CANCEL
GENERAL
----
MOVE TO TARGET POSITION
[NEAR:SAVE / FAR:CANCEL]
0/0/x1/N
BACK
EXIT
• Preset Number
[1~128]
If a selected preset is already defined, camera moves
to pre-defined position and preset characteristics
such as Label and Relay Outputs show on monitor.
If a selected preset is not defined, “UNDEFINED”
shows on monitor.
① Using joystick, move camera to desired position.
② By pressing NEAR or ENTER key, save current
PTZ data.
③ Press FAR key to cancel.
• Edit Scene
Redefine current Preset scene position (i.e. PTZ).
• Label
❖ Edit Preset Label
Edits Label to show on monitor when preset runs.
MAX. 10 alphabets are allowed.
• CLR Preset
LABEL - PRESET 1
[█
]
---------1234567890
ABCDEFGHIJ
KLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZabcd
efghijklmn
opqrstuvwx
yz<>-/:.
[CANCEL/OK]
Delete current Preset data
• CAM Adjust
[GENERAL/SPECIAL]
WB(White Balance) and AE(Auto Exposure) can
be set up independently for each preset. There are
2 modes, “General” mode & “Special” mode. The
General mode means that WB or AE can be set up
totally and simultaneously for all presets in “CAMERA
SETUP” menu.
The Special mode means that WB or AE can be
set up independently or separately for each preset
in each preset setup menu. Each Special WB/AE
value should activate correspondingly when camera
arrives at each preset location. During jog operation,
General WB/AE value should be applied.
All Special WB/AE value should not change although
General WB/AE value changes. If “Special’’ is
selected, Menu to set WB/AE shows on monitor.
• Alarm out
State of four alarm outputs can be freely controlled in
conjunction with Preset run. The character “-“ means
OFF state and the number representing each bit
means ON.
Ex) If it is set to be -23-, Output relay 2, 3 will be ON
and 1, 4 will be OFF, when you run this Preset.
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OK
CANCEL
① Edits label to show on monitor when camera
arrives at presets. In Edit Label menu, a reverse
rectangular is cursor. As soon as finishing
selecting alphabet, cursor moves to the next digit.
[
]
Current Cursor Position
② Using Left/Right/Up/Down of joystick, move to
an appropriate character from the Character set.
To choose that character, press the NEAR or
ENTER key.
How to use OSD Menu
Back Space Char.
Space Char.
When Auto Pan function runs, camera moves
from the preset assigned as the 1st point to the
preset assigned as the 2nd point in CW(Clockwise)
direction. Then camera moves from the preset
assigned as the 2nd point to the preset assigned as
the 1st point in CCW(Counterclockwise) direction.
In case that the preset assigned as the 1st point
is same as the preset assigned as the 2nd point,
camera turns on its axis by 360° in CW direction and
then it turns on its axis by 360° in CCW direction.
• APAN(AUTO PAN) Speed [1°/sec ~180°/sec]
If you want to use blank, choose Space
character (“ ”). If you want to delete a character
before, use back space character (“ ”).
③ If you complete the Label editing, move cursor
to “OK” and press NEAR or ENTER key to save
completed label. To abort current change, move
cursor to “Cancel” and press NEAR or ENTER key.
AUTO PAN SETUP
Sets Auto Pan speed from 1°/sec to 180°/sec.
• Clear APAN(AUTO PAN)
[CANCEL/OK]
Deletes current Auto Pan data.
PATTERN SETUP
PATTERN SETUP
APAN NO.
1ST POS.
2ND POS.
1
NOT USED
NOT USED
APAN SPEED
CLEAR APAN
30/SEC
CANCEL
BACK
EXIT
1
UNDEFINED
CLEAR PATTERN CANCEL
<EDIT PATTERN>
BACK
EXIT
• Pattern Number
[1~4 ]
Selects Pattern number to edit.
• Auto Pan Number
[1~8]
Selects Auto Pan number to edit. If a selected Auto
Pan has not defined, “NOT USED” is displayed in 1st
Position and 2nd Position
• 1st Position / 2nd Position
[PRESET 1~128]
Set up the 2 position for Auto Pan function. If a
selected preset is not defined, “UNDEFINED” will be
displayed as shown below.
If a selected pattern number is not defined,
“UNDEFINED” will be displayed under selected
pattern number.
• Clear Pattern
[CANCEL/OK]
Deletes data in current pattern
• Edit Pattern
Starts editing pattern.
AUTO PAN SETUP
APAN NO.
1ST POS.
2ND POS.
1
PRESET5
PRESET8
UNDEFINED
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ENG
PATTERN NO.
AUTO PAN SETUP
How to use OSD Menu
❖ Edit Pattern
① By using Joystick, move to start position with
appropriate zoom. To start pattern recording,
press NEAR or ENTER key. To exit this menu,
press FAR key.
SCAN SETUP
SCAN SETUP
SCAN NO.
1
UNDEFINED
CANCEL
CLEAR SCAN
<EDIT SCAN>
EDIT PATTERN 1
BACK
EXIT
• Scan Number
MOVE TO START POSITION
[NEAR:START/ FAR:CANCEL]
0/0/x1/N
② Move camera with joystick of controller or run
preset function to memorize the path (mostly
curve path) in a selected pattern. The total
memory size and the rest memory size is
displayed in the form of bar. Maximum 1,000
communication commands can be stored in a
pattern.
[1~8]
Selects Scan number to edit.
If a selected Scan number is not defined,
“UNDEFINED” will be displayed under selected Scan
number.
• Clear Scan
[CANCEL/OK]
Deletes data in current Scan
• Edit Scan
Starts editing Scan.
❖ Edit Scan
① Press NEAR or ENTER key in “NO” list to start
Scan setup.
EDIT SCAN
1
EDIT PATTERN 1
NO. ACTION NO. DWELL OPT
1
2
3
4
5
[NEAR:SAVE / FAR:DELETE]
0/0/X1/N
③ To save data and exit, press NEAR or ENTER
key. To cancel recording and delete record
data, press FAR key.
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
SAVE
CANCEL
[NEAR:EDIT]
② Note that MAX. 20 Functions are allowed in a
Scan. Move cursor up/down and press NEAR
or ENTER key to set up.
EDIT SCAN
1
NO. ACTION NO. DWELL OPT
1
2
3
4
5
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
SAVE
CANCEL
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[NEAR:EDIT ACT]
[FAR :EDIT END]
How to use OSD Menu
③ Set up Action, Dwell time and Option. Note
that selected item is displayed in reverse. Move
cursor Left/Right to select items and move
cursor Up/Down to change each value.
EDIT SCAN
1
NO. ACTION NO. DWELL OPT
1
2
3
4
5
EDIT SCAN
1
NO. ACTION NO. DWELL OPT
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
SAVE
CANCEL
⑤ After finishing setting up an Action, press NEAR
or ENTER key to one-upper-level menu (Step
②). Move cursor Up/Down to select Action
number and repeat Step ② ~ Step ④ to edit
selected Scan.
[◄ ►:MOVE CURSOR]
[▲▼:CHANGE VAL.]
1
2
3
4
5
PRESET
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
SAVE
CANCEL
1 00:03 360
[NEAR:EDIT ACT]
[FAR :EDIT END]
• Action NO.
[NONE/PRESET/AUTO PAN/PATTERN]
• DWELL
[1 second ~ 4 minutes]
Sets Dwell Time between functions
Option. It represents preset speed (2~360)
when preset is selected. It should be the
number of repetition (1~255) when Pattern or
Auto Pan is selected for Action
④ Set up items such as Action, NO., Dwell and
OPT.
EDIT SCAN
1
EDIT SCAN
ENG
• OPT
⑥ After finishing setting up all Actions, press FAR
key to exit. Then cursor should be moved to
“SAVE.” Press NEAR or ENTER key to save
data.
1
NO. ACTION NO. DWELL OPT
1
2
3
4
5
PRESET
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
1 00:03 360
SAVE
CANCEL
NO. ACTION NO. DWELL OPT
1
2
3
4
5
PRESET
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
SAVE
CANCEL
1 00:03 360
[◄ ►:MOVE CURSOR]
[▲▼:CHANGE VAL.]
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How to use OSD Menu
The meaning of each value:
SCHEDULE SETUP
DAY
SCHEDULE SETUP
MASTER ENABLE
DAY TIME ACT
1 UNDEFINED
2 UNDEFINED
3 UNDEFINED
4 UNDEFINED
5 UNDEFINED
6 UNDEFINED
7 UNDEFINED
BACK
• Master Enable
NO
24hour Format
ACT
PRS(Preset), AUP(Auto Pan),
PTN(Pattern), SCN(Scan),
HOM(Home)
If you finish a rule, press NEAR or ENTER key
to select another rule.
Repeat this procedure to fill up the schedule in
mind.
③ Example
❖ Edit Schedule
① After move the Cursor to the number by using
Up/Down keys, press “NEAR”(Enter) Key to
edit.
– The second rule means camera will move
to Preset 12 position at 7:35 on every
Wednesday.
SCHEDULE SETUP
SCHEDULE SETUP
NO
ON
ON
② Each field can be selected by Left/Right keys
and the values in the field are changed using
Up/Down keys.
SCHEDULE SETUP
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ALL: All days(Everyday)
TIME
ON/OFF Decide to make this rule effective or
not
Decide whether Schedule function is active or not.
MASTER ENABLE
DAY TIME ACT
1 MON 00:00 HOM
2 UNDEFINED
3 UNDEFINED
4 UNDEFINED
5 UNDEFINED
6 UNDEFINED
7 UNDEFINED
BACK
THU
WKD: Weekday
ON
ON
[ON/OFF]
MASTER ENABLE
DAY TIME ACT
1 UNDEFINED
2 UNDEFINED
3 UNDEFINED
4 UNDEFINED
5 UNDEFINED
6 UNDEFINED
7 UNDEFINED
BACK
Days: MON TUE WED
FRI SAT SUN
NO
ON
ON
OFF
MASTER ENABLE
DAY TIME ACT
1 MON 01:20 HOM
2 WED 07:35 PRS
3 THU 11:40 SCN
4 SAT 15:17 PTN
5 WKD 23:00 HOM
6 UNDEFINED
7 UNDEFINED
BACK
NO
12
3
1
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
* Note: If there are rules conflicts to each other, the
higher number is, the higher priority has.
* Note: If you assign undefined function, there will
be no action.
* Hint: Using reserved Preset, you can make
various schedules. For example, PRS179 are
PRS178 are Day and Night mode respectively.
(Refer to Reserved Preset(page 15) List in this
manual.)
How to use OSD Menu
CAMERA SETUP
Setup the general functions of zoom camera module
ZOOM CAMERA SETUP
FOCUS MODE
SEMIAUTO
DIGITAL ZOOM ON
IMAGE FLIP
OFF
FLICKERLESS
OFF
<WHITE BALANCE SETUP>
<AUTO EXPOSURE SETUP>
BACK
EXIT
• Focus Mode
❖ White Balance Setup
WB SETUP - GLOBAL
WB MODE
zRED ADJUST
zBLUE ADJUST
BACK
EXIT
• WB Mode
[AUTO/MANUAL/SEMIAUTO]
[AUTO/MANUAL]
In Manual mode, Red and Blue level can be set up
manually
Sets camera focus mode.
• Red Adjust
[0~255]
Š SEMIAUTO Mode
• Blue Adjust
[0~255]
With Manual mode at presets, Focus data is
memorized in each preset in advance and camera
calls focus data in correspondence with presets as
soon as camera arrives at a preset.
• Digital Zoom
[ON/OFF]
Sets digital zoom function to ON/OFF. If this is set to
OFF, optical zoom function runs but zoom function
stops at the end of optical zoom magnification.
• Image Flip
AE SETUP
WDR/BLC
DAY/NIGHT
AE MODE
„ IRIS LEVEL
„ GAIN LEVEL
„ SHUTTER SPD
„ BRIGHTNESS
ALL OFF
AUTO
AUTO
---------
BACK
EXIT
[ON/OFF]
To display Upside down image.
• Flickerless
❖ Auto Exposure Setup
ENG
This mode exchanges focus mode automatically
between Manual Focus mode and Auto Focus
mode. Manual Focus mode activates in preset
operation and Auto Focus mode activates when
jog operation starts.
AUTO
-----
[ON/OFF]
Turn on or off the Flickerless function. In this function,
AE mode becomes Shutter Priority mode and shutter
speed value will be fixed to 1/100 sec.
• WDR/BLC
[ ALL OFF / WDR ON / BLC ON ]
Select WDR(Wide Dynamic Range) or BLC(Backlight
Compensation) function. All OFF means turning off
both functions.
• Day/Night
[AUTO/DAY/NIGHT]
AUTO exchanges Day / Night
• AE MODE
AUTO / MANUAL / IRIS / SHUTTER
/ BRIGHT
AUTO: Full Auto mode for AE function
MANUAL: In manual mode. IRIS, GAIN, SHUTTER
SPEED can be changed in this mode.
IRIS: Iris priority mode. You can change IRIS while
others are adjusted automatically.
SHUTTER: Shutter priority mode. Shutter speed can
be changed while others are adjusted automatically.
BRIGHT: In this mode, you can assign AE value in
terms of Brightness.
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How to use OSD Menu
• IRIS
[Works when AE MODE is MANUAL or IRIS model]
Range: CLOSE/F1.6/F2/F2.4/F2.8/F3.4/F4/F4.8/
F5.6/F6.8/F8/ F9.6/F11/F14/F16/F19/F22/F28.
(18 steps)
DATE/TIME SETUP
DATE
TIME
01/JAN/2008(TUE)
00:00:01(H/M/S)
• GAIN
[Works when AE MODE is MANUAL]
Enhances image brightness automatically in case
that luminance level of image signal is too low.
Range: -3/0/2/4/6/8/10/12/14/16/18/20/22/24/26/
28dB (16 steps)
• Shutter Speed
[Works when AE MODE is MANUAL or SHUTTER
mode]
X64, X32, X16, X8, X4, X2,1/60,1/90,1/100,1/125,1/
180,1/250,1/350,1/500,1/725,1/1000,1/1500,1/
2000,1/4000,1/6000,1/10000
• Brightness
[Works when AE MODE is BRIGHT]
Adjusts brightness of images. Iris, Shutter Speed and
Gain are adjusted automatically in correspondence
with this value. Range: 0~31 (32 steps)
SYSTEM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
<DATE/TIME SETUP>
<RELAY TYPE>
<PASSWORD>
<SET HOME POSITION>
<SET NORTH DIRECTION>
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
BACK
EXIT
• System Setup
You can set up DATE/TIME, RELAY TYPE,
PASSWORD, HOME POSITION, NORTH POSITION.
• Date
Date is displayed in dd/mm/yyyy format. The day is
automatically calculated when you set the date.
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BACK
EXIT
• Time
Time is displayed in HH:MM:SS format.
• Date/time Setup
After you press the NEAR or ENTER key, each field
can be selected by Left/Right keys and the values in
the field are changed using Up/Down keys. To save
the updated data, press the NEAR or ENTER key
again
It is noted that the range of date setup is limited
from 01/JAN/2000 to 31/DEC/2037.
RELAY TYPE SETUP
RELAY1
RELAY2
RELAY3
RELAY4
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
BACK
EXIT
• Relay Type Setup
Contact types of 4 Ch. RELAY OUTPUTS are
defined. (NORMAL OPEN / NORMAL CLOSE)
NORMAL OPEN
NORMAL CLOSE
How to use OSD Menu
EDIT PASSWORD
[█
]
---------1234567890
ABCDEFGHIJ
KLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZabcd
efghijklmn
opqrstuvwx
yz<>-/:.
----------
OK
CANCEL
DISABLE
* Set Home Position?
When you replace the camera block or the
orientation of camera is changed due to
maintenance operations, it is very difficult to
maintain same pan orientation. Therefore, all
function data depending on pan orientation such
as preset, pattern, scan, auto pan, and privacy
zone mask are not useful any more accordingly.
However, even in this case, you can reuse the
data if you redefine Set Home Position on the
previous Home position. It is recommendable
to memorize the target scene of current Home
position.
• Password Setup
You can define 4 characters long password. If this
function is set to ENABLE, it is required to type this
password whenever to enter OSD MENU.
SET NORTH DIRECTION
It is noted that MASTER PSSWORD : “4321”
SET HOME POSITION
• Set North Direction
MOVE TO TARGET POSITION
[NEAR:SAVE / FAR:CANCEL]
0/0/x1/N
You can set up North direction.
By using Joystick, move the camera to the desired
NORTH position and press ENTER (NEAR/SAVE).
The direction will be displayed in the screen
• Set Home Position
HOME position means the origin of PAN angle
calculation. The value of PAN angle displayed on the
screen is based on this HOME position.
By using Joystick, move the camera to the desired
position and press ENTER (NEAR/SAVE).
It is noted that Home is not effective to Tilt angle.
If you change the location of Home position, all
horizontal locations of functions such as preset,
pattern, scan, auto pan, and privacy zone mask will
be shifted based on changed Home position.
[PAN AXIS / TILT AXIS / ZOOM / DD]
DD is direction and will be displayed from:
N/NE/E/SE/S/SW/W/NW
• Language
You can select a preferred Language of OSD display
from 7 choices.
[ENGLISH/ ESPAÑOL/ FRANÇAIS/ DEUTSCH/
ITALIANO/ РУССКИЙ/ PORTUGUÊS]
After selecting a language, press ENTER(NEAR) key.
If there are no setup for those functions like
Preset, Pattern, Auto Pan and Scan, Camera will
automatically move to Home position after rebooting.
If Power Up Action is set to be ON, camera will
continue the function which is executed lastly after
rebooting.
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ENG
MOVE TO TARGET POSITION
[NEAR:SAVE / FAR:CANCEL]
0/0/x1/N
How to use OSD Menu
SYSTEM INITIALIZE
• Motion Configuration
Preset Lock
SYSTEM INITIALIZE
CLEAR ALL DATA
„ CLR DISPLAY SET
„ CLR CAMERA SET
„ CLR MOTION SET
„ CLR FUNCTION SET
REBOOT CAMERA
REBOOT SYSTEM
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
BACK
EXIT
OFF
Power Up Action
ON
Auto Flip
ON
Jog Max Speed
140°/sec
Jog Direction
NORMAL
Freeze In Preset
OFF
Park Action
OFF
Alarm I/O Action
OFF
• Clear All Data
Deletes all configuration data such as display,
camera, motion setup and so on.
• Communication Setup
Protocol
AUTO
• Clear Display Set
Baud Rate
9600
Initializes Display Configuration
• Clear Camera Set
Initializes Camera Configuration
• Clear Motion Set
Initializes Motion Configuration
• Clear Function Set
Deletes Preset Data, Auto Pan Data, Pattern Data,
Scan Data and Schedule Data
• Reboot Camera
Reboots Zoom Camera module
• Reboot System
Reboots Smart Dome Camera
❖ Initial Configuration Table
• Camera Configuration
Focus Mode
SEMIAUTO
Digital Zoom
ON
Image Flip
ON
Flickerless
OFF
White Balance
AUTO
Backlight/BLC
ALL OFF
Day/Night
AUTO
AE Mode
AUTO
Iris Level
F4
Gain Level
+2dB
Shutter Speed
1/60
Brightness
13
• Display Configuration
• Function Data
Camera ID
ON
PTZ Information
AUTO
Preset 1~128
Undefined
AUTO
Auto Pan 1~8
Undefined
AUTO
Pattern 1~4
Undefined
Alarm I/O
AUTO
Scan 1~8
Undefined
Date/Time
ON
Schedule 1~7
Undefined
Privacy Zone
Undefined
Action Title
Preset Label
30 – 36x SMART DOME CAMERA
Specifications
SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Broadcasting
Type
CCD
Effective Pixels
Horizontal Resolution
S/N Ratio
Zoom
Focal length
Camera
Min. illumination
Range
Pan/Tilt Speed
Pan/Tilt
Preset
Pattern
Auto Pan
Scan
Other Functions
Communication
Protocol
Privacy Zone
Alarm Input
Alarm Output
OSD
Power Input
General
Power Consumption
Dimension
illumination
50
IRE
30
IRE
15
IRE
50
IRE
30
IRE
15
IRE
Sens-up
No
No
No
64 times
64 times
64 times
Color
1.40 Lux
0.84 Lux
0.42 Lux
0.0219 Lux
0.0131 Lux
0.0066 Lux
Specifications of this product can be subjected to change without notice.
Check the rated voltage and current capacity of power supply carefully.
• Ceiling Mount
Wall Mount Type :259X404.5X 551.7 (mm)
(W X H X D)
:10.2X15.9X21.7 (inch)
Ceiling Mount Type : 259X648.7 (mm)
(Ø X H)
: 10.2X25.54 (inch)
Wall Mount Type : About 6 kgf (13.2 LB)
Weight
Ceiling Mount Type : About 5.8 Kgf (12.8 LB)
Operating Temp.
-45°C ~ 50°C(-49°F ~ 122°F)
Lives of Main Parts
Slip Ring : Rotated 10,000,000 times
• Wall Mount
B/W (S/W)
0.15000 Lux
0.09000 Lux
0.04500 Lux
0.00230 Lux
0.00140 Lux
0.00070 Lux
Composite Video Out : 1.0 Vp-p 75 ohms/BNC
Auto / Day / Night(ICR)
Auto / Manual / SemiAuto
Auto / Manual
X64 ~ X2, 1/60 ~ 1/10,000s
Auto/Manual(-3 ~ 28dB)
Auto / Manual(Red, Blue Gain Adjustable)
WDR On/Off, BLC On/Off
Selectable
8 Area
Pan : 360°(Endless)
Tilt : 180°
Preset : 360°/sec
Manual : 0.05 ~ 200°/sec (Inversely Proportional to Zoom)
Auto Pan : 1 ~ 180°/sec
127 Preset (Label, Camera Image Setting)
4 Pattern, 1000 Commands(About 5 Minute)/Pattern
8 Auto Pan
8 Scan (20 action entities per Scan)
Auto Flip, Auto Parking, Power Up Action etc.
RS-485
Auto, Pelco-D, Pelco-P, Samsung selectable
8 Zone
8 Input
4 Relay Output
Menu / PTZ Information etc
Support 7 Languages: [ENGLISH /ESPAÑOL /FRANÇAIS
/DEUTSCH/ITALIANO /РУССКИЙ /PORTUGUÊS]
SCC-C7478N : AC 24V ± 10% (60Hz ± 0.3Hz)
SCC-C7478P : AC 24V ± 10% (50Hz ± 0.3Hz)
24W(Heater Off) / 57W(Heater On)
Camera
(Ø × H) : 259 × 265.7 (mm)
(Camera only)
: 10.2 × 10.46 (inch)
Camera
(With a mount
bracket)
❖ Appearance
ENG
Signal Output
Day & Night
Focus
Iris
Shutter Speed
AGC
White Balance
WDR, BLC
Flickerless
Privacy Zone
Details
SCC-C7478N : NTSC Standard Color System
SCC-C7478P : PAL Standard Color System
EX-View HAD CCD
SCC-C7478N : 768(H) × 494(V)
SCC-C7478P : 752(H) × 582(V)
Color : 540 / BW : 570 TV Line
Approx. 50 dB
x36 Optical Zoom, x12 Digital Zoom
f=3.4mm(Wide) ~ 122.4mm(Tele), F1.6 ~ F4.5
G
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Specifications
DIMENSION
• Wall Mount Bracket
• Ceiling Mount Bracket
32 – 36x SMART DOME CAMERA
Unit (mm)