EverFocus EQ610s Specifications

1/3” Color Day/Night
plus Wide Dynamic Range
Box Style Camera
Operation Instructions
Model No.
EQ610
Please read this manual first for correct installation and operation. This manual should be retained for future
reference. The information in this manual was current when published. The manufacturer reserves the right
to revise and improve its products. All specifications are therefore subject to change without notice.
PRECAUTIONS
1. Do not install the camera near electric or magnetic fields.
Install the camera away from TV/radio transmitters, magnets, electric motors, transformers and audio
speakers since the electromagnetic fields generated from these devices may distort the video image.
2.
Never disassemble the camera beyond the recommendations in this manual nor introduce
materials other than those recommended herein.
Improper disassembly or introduction of corrosive materials may result in equipment failure or other
damage.
3.
Try and avoid facing the camera toward the sun.
In some circumstances, direct sunlight may cause permanent damage to the sensor and/or internal
circuits.
4.
Keep the power cord away from water and other liquids and never touch the power cord with
wet hands.
Touching a wet power cord with hands or touching the power cord with wet hands may result in electric
shock.
5.
Never install the camera in areas exposed to water, oil or gas.
Water, oil or gas may result in equipment failure, electric shock or, in extreme cases, fire.
6.
Cleaning
Do not touch the surface of the sensor directly with the hands. Use a damp soft cloth to remove any
dirt from the camera body. Use lens tissue or a cotton tipped applicator and ethanol to clean the sensor
and the camera lens. Please do not use complex solvents, corrosive or abrasive agents for cleaning.
7. Do not operate the camera beyond the specified temperature, humidity or power source ratings.
Use the camera at temperatures within 0℃ ~ 50℃ (32℉~122℉) and humidity between 20~80%.
The input power source is 12VDC/24VAC ; 100~240VAC or 12VDC only.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. PRODUCT OVERVIEW ...............................................................................................................3
1.1 Main Features ............................................................................................................................................... 3
1.2 Package Contents.......................................................................................................................................... 3
1.3 Specifications ................................................................................................................................................ 4
2. NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS .........................................................................................5
2.1 Front panel.................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.2 Top/Bottom Mounting ..................................................................................................................................... 5
2.3 Back panel and connections ........................................................................................................................... 6
3. INSTALLATION...........................................................................................................................9
4. RS-485 CONNECTION..............................................................................................................10
5. CAMERA SETUP OPERATIONS................................................................................................ 11
5.1 Setup Buttons...............................................................................................................................................11
5.2 Display/Close the user setup menu screen ..................................................................................................... 12
5.3 LENS.......................................................................................................................................................... 16
5.4 EXPOSURE ................................................................................................................................................ 16
5.4.1 SHUTTER ................................................................................................................................................ 16
5.4.2 BRIGHTNESS .......................................................................................................................................... 16
5.4.3 AGC (Auto Gain Control – basic low light signal amplification) ....................................................................... 16
5.4.4 SENSE-UP............................................................................................................................................... 17
5.4.5 BLC/BLC.................................................................................................................................................. 17
5.4.6 BLC/HSBLC ............................................................................................................................................. 18
5.4.7 D-WDR .................................................................................................................................................... 18
5.4.8 Return...................................................................................................................................................... 19
5.5 WHITE BALANCE CONTROL....................................................................................................................... 19
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5.6 DAY NIGHT................................................................................................................................................. 19
5.7 3DNR ......................................................................................................................................................... 20
5.8 SPECIAL .................................................................................................................................................... 20
5.8.1 CAM TITLE............................................................................................................................................... 20
5.8.2 D-EFFECT ............................................................................................................................................... 21
5.8.3 RS-485 .................................................................................................................................................... 22
5.8.4 MOTION .................................................................................................................................................. 22
5.8.5 PRIVACY ................................................................................................................................................. 23
5.8.6 SYNC ...................................................................................................................................................... 23
5.8.7 LANGUAGE ............................................................................................................................................. 23
5.8.8 RETURN.................................................................................................................................................. 23
5.9 ADJUST...................................................................................................................................................... 23
5.9.1 SHARPNESS ........................................................................................................................................... 23
5.9.2 BLUE ....................................................................................................................................................... 23
5.9.3 RED......................................................................................................................................................... 23
5.9.4 RETURN.................................................................................................................................................. 24
5.10 RESET...................................................................................................................................................... 24
5.10.1 FACTORY RESET................................................................................................................................... 24
5.10.2 RETURN ................................................................................................................................................ 24
5.11 EXIT ......................................................................................................................................................... 24
6. HOW TO CONTROL AN EQ610 BY A KEYBOARD........................................................................................... 24
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1. PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Amazing color low light sensitivity of .05 lux before the added benefits of digital signal processing
technology, delivered by a 1/3” Sony Super HAD II sensor, is just the beginning with the new EverFocus
EQ610. Color without compromise: 560TVL resolution, your choice of full motion color or true
day/night images in low light without ghosting, plus Digital Wide Dynamic Range to handle the most
challenging of bright or unbalanced scene lighting conditions. Combined with complete flexibility for
selection of lens field of view, electronic or DC iris, wide choices of housing styles and mounting
configurations, dual voltage operation and a full suite of OSD Menu and DSP functions controllable at
the camera or remotely via RS-485 from a keyboard and/or DVR (3D-DNR to save DVR HDD space,
privacy masking, 32X digital zoom, mirroring and rotation, 256X sens-up to a max of .0002 lux, and
much more) this is the camera you have been waiting for, and might be the only camera you’ll ever
need. Two models are available: Day/Night model and True Day/Night with ICR module. EQ610 offers 3
kinds of power sources to satisfy user’s different needs.
1.1 Main Features
Super HAD II sensor at .05 lux has 5X better native light sensitivity before DSP low light boost
Color without compromise: your choice of full motion color or true day/night images in low light
without ghosting
True Day/Night with ICR module (Optional)
Starlight super high sensitivity of 0.0002 Lux/F=1.2 is achieved through a sensitivity increase
setting of up to 256x
Digital Wide Dynamic Range expansion to deliver properly exposed images despite bright light
sources, deep shadows and/or unbalanced lighting in the same scene
Provides 3D-Noise Reduction to improve picture clarity while enabling DVRs to improve disk
storage utilization
Accepts C/CS mount manual or DC iris lenses
Easy to use OSD setup menu with local or RS-485 remote control (DVR or keyboard)
Motion detection for 4 configurable zones and local alarm output
Privacy mask function for 8 configurable zones
Provides digital zoom up to 32x
Dual voltage (12VDC/24VAC) or Universal power (100~240VAC) with line lock to AC supply
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1.2 Package Contents
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Camera unit
User’s manual
ND filter
Accessory pack containing
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5mm spacer C/CS Lens adapter
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¼-20 UNC thread mounting bracket and (2) screws
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Allen key to for lens back focus set screw
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Lens control voltage connector
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1.3 Specifications
Pickup Device
Video Format
Scanning System
Picture Elements
Horizontal Resolution
Sensitivity
S/N Ratio
Electronic Shutter
Video Output
Gamma Correction
Lens Type
Back Light Compensation
Auto Gain Control
White Balance
Sync. Mode
Day & Night
OSD menu
3D-DNR
Digital WDR
Digital Slow Shutter
Mirror
Digital Zoom
Motion Detection
Privacy Mask
Motion Alarm Output
RS-485
Power Source
Power Consumption
Operating Temperature
Humidity
Dimensions
Weight
Certifications
1/3" SONY Super HAD II CCD
NTSC or PAL
NTSC: 525 TV lines, 60 fields/sec;
PAL: 625 TV lines, 50 fields/sec.
768 x 494(NTSC); 752 x 582(PAL)
560 TVL
0.05Lux/F=1.2(AGC ON);0.0002Lux/F=1.2 (Sens-up 256x)
Over 52dB (AGC off)
1/50 (1/60) ~1/100,000
BNC 1.0V p-p 75Ω,
0.45
Manual or DC(DD) type
C/CS Mount (lens sold separately)
Off/BLC/HS BLC Selectable
Off/Low/Middle/High Selectable
ATW/AWB/AWC/Manual/Indoor/Outdoor Selectable
Internal/Line lock
Auto/Color/BW/EXT (Ext port for switch on command)
Multiple functions; local or RS-485 remote control
Off/On switchable
Outdoor, Indoor
Sens-Up to 256X
Off/Mirror/V-Flip/Rotate Selectable
Off/On selectable up to 32X
Off/On for 4 selectable zones
Off/On for 8 selectable zones
1 output (3.3VDC)
Control input for menu/configuration
12VDC/24VAC ; 100~240VAC; 12VDC only
12VDC:3W max. ; 24VAC:3W max. ; 100VAC: 4W max. ; 240VAC:
5W max.
0°C~50°C ; 32°F~122°F
20% - 80% non condensing
68mm(W) x 56mm (H) x 120mm (L) ; 2.7 ”(W) x 2.2”(H) x 4.7”(L)
0.4 kg / 0.9 lbs
CE / FCC
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2. NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
2.1 Front panel
Light Sensor
TAKE CARE NOT TO OBSTRCUT THIS OPENING
WITH THE BODY OF THE LENS!
The light sensor is for optional control of D/N switching levels in some applications. See section 5.6 for
details.
2.2 Top/Bottom Mounting
Using the two phillips head screws provided, the mounting bracket may be mounted to the top of
the camera body for suspending the camera; or, the brackets may be mounted to the bottom of the
camera body to support the camera.
Bottom Bracket
Top Bracket
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2.3 Back panel and connections
100~240VAC
12VDC only
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1 Terminal Block
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GND
D/N Out
D/N In
Motion
RS485RS485+
Terminal block connections:
Connect wires to the terminal block by: strip the insulation back ½” from the end of the wire; press in on
the upper tab above the lower wire opening; while holding the tab in, insert the wire; release the tab,
pull back gently on the wire to lock it in, and the wire should be retained. Nominal 22-24AWG wire
recommended; maximum 18AWG wire may be used.
-GND: Ground pin
-D/N Out: Day/Night control output
If the camera will be used to send out a D/N signal as an external D/N control for any other unit, then
the D/N mode of that unit can follow the D/N mode of the camera.
When the camera is at Day mode, it will send out a Low level (0V) signal to any external device.
When the camera is at Night mode, it will send out a High level (3.3V) signal any external device.
-D/N In: Day/Night control input
To use this terminal to control D/N operation, set the D/N selection in the OSD menu to EXT (see
Section 5.6), so that the camera will follow an external Day/Night signal instead of the internal AGC
level to control any color to B/W switching (examples of possible EXT control devices are: an
‘external’ light level sensor such as the one mounted in the front face of the camera, an auxiliary
light sensor mounted external to the camera, or a control voltage applied to the D/N In terminal). If
the “D/N In” terminal is used, it will override the signals from the built-in or auxiliary light level
sensors and will command the camera into B/W operation when it is switched to a low voltage level
(grounded), or into COLOR operation when it is switched to a 3.3V ‘high’ level; however, if the D/N
In terminal is open/‘floating’, the AUTO operation switchover from color to B/W will be controlled by
the light sensor at the front of the camera body. See Section 5.6 for more information.
-Motion: Alarm output for motion detected.
If the alarm output is connected and a motion is detected, not only will the message “MOTION
DETECTED” appear on the screen, but the camera also sends out a high level (3.3V) signal at the
motion alarm output. If no motion has been detected, a low level (0V) signal is sent out to the
motion alarm output.
-RS485-/RS485+: Connect to RS485 for remote control by keyboard or DVR. RS-485 parameters are
set in the OSD menu.
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2 Menu button for cursor left movement
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3 Menu button for cursor up movement
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4 Button to access on-screen setting menu and for SET command
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5 Menu button for cursor right movement
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6 Menu button for cursor down movement
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7 Power LED
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8 Video Output Connector
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Connect the video output of the camera to a DVR or other video device through a 75 Ohm type coaxial
cable to the BNC female connector at the rear of the camera.
9 Power Input Terminal
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Connect 12VDC, 24VAC or 100~240VAC power. For 12VDC model, please connect to the correct
polarity.
10 Audio Output Connector (for audio model only).
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11 Ext. Sensor
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If a user wants or needs to change the location of the EXT (that is, external and independent of the
camera’s internal AGC circuit) light level sensor, they can use an External light sensor to connect to this
port. (Note: External light sensor kit is an optional product Part # ETHPES-01GR). When this External
sensor port is used, and EXT is selected in the DAY/NIGHT menu, the External sensor will be the
default light level sensor. The jack accepts a 1/8” diameter miniature phono type plug.
12 DC Auto Iris Lens Connector
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This connector is used to connect with the DC type auto iris lens using a standard 4 pin male connector
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
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Direct Drive
CntCnt+ Drv+
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3. INSTALLATION
1.
Unscrew/remove the cover cap from the lens mount.
2.
If C mount lens is used, please add the C adaptor mount ring (the 5mm thick ring in
the accessory pack) between the lens and the mount. Please note: Failure to use a
spacer ring when attaching a C mount lens can damage the camera!
3.
Mount the lens by turning it clockwise into the lens mount.
4.
If you use an Auto Iris lens, connect the lens cable to the auto iris lens connector on
the side of the camera.
5.
After mounting and connecting the camera, when making final focus adjustments,
remove the protective sheets from both sides of the ND filter provided; place the ND
filter in front of the lens to force the lens iris to open; then adjust the lens focus until
the best image is obtained.
6.
Lock the lens focus by turning any clamping screws provided on the lens, then
remove the ND filter.
Mounting the lens
-----------------5mm C Mount spacer (optional) shown
o-------------------- Light Sensor
TAKE CARE NOT TO OBSTRUCT THIS OPENING
WITH THE BODY OF THE LENS!
Using the ND filter
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4. RS-485 CONNECTION
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Connect the cable from keyboard or DVR RS485 port to the camera’s RS485 port.
Connect the cable from video output BNC of the camera to a monitor or DVR input BNC.
The RS485 ID set in the OSD Menu on the camera has to be the same as CAM ID used by the
keyboard or DVR to control this camera. (Please refer to “5.5.3 RS-485” for RS485 setup detail)
The baud rate has to be the same for all RS-485 devices on the bus. (Please refer to “5.5.3
RS-485” for RS485 setup details.)
The EQ610 is programmed using Pelco D type protocol
Note that the SET/ENTER function to call up the camera menu and to confirm choices is
performed by the IRIS + button on the keyboard or DVR.
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5. CAMERA SETUP OPERATIONS
This camera utilizes an On Screen Display (OSD) user setup menu.
5.1 Setup Buttons
To set items on the user setup menu, use the following buttons on the back panel.
1 Left Button
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2 Up Button
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3 Set/Menu Button
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4 Right Button
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5 Down Button
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1 Left Button: Use this button to select or adjust the parameters of the selected item. The
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parameter changes each time this button is pressed.
2 Up Button: This button is used to move the cursor upwards. Use this button to select the
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desired item.
3 Set/Menu Button: This button is used to enter the setup menu. If the item has its own sub○
menu (indicated by
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4 Right Button: Use this button to select or adjust the parameters of the selected item. The
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parameter changes each time this button is pressed.
5 Down Button: This button is used to move the cursor downwards. Use this button to select
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5.2 Display/Close the user setup menu screen
Set button
The Cursor Buttons & the MENU/SET Button
I.
Press the SET button
The menu screen will appear on the monitor.
II.
Using the cursor button
Use the cursor buttons  or  to move the cursor up or down. Use the cursor buttons
 or  to adjust the mode or parameter settings.
III.
Switch to sub-menu screens
When the item with a sub-menu is selected, press the SET button to switch to the
sub-menu for further settings.
NOTE:
For those selected items with a “
” sign at the end, there is a sub-menu for further settings.
In many sub-menu screens, the last item choice is either RETURN or END. Selecting this choice and
then pressing the LEFT or RIGHT arrow buttons will toggle this choice between RETURN and END.
RETURN will exit the current menu to the next higher menu. END will close the current menu and EXIT
the menu system. If you have completed all changes, choose END, otherwise choose RETURN to
continue setup. Pressing the SET button will activate that choice.
IV.
Return to previous page
Press the SET button to return to previous page if the choice displayed is RETURN.
V.
Close the menu screen
Press the SET button to exit the menu system if the choice displayed is END (sub-menu)
or EXIT (main menu only).
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EQ610 Menu Tree
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5.3 LENS
1. When the SETUP menu is displayed on the screen, please direct the arrow to point to “LENS” by
using the UP and DOWN buttons.
2. Please select the type of the lens used (Manual/DC type) by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
NOTE:
The brightness of the screen can be adjusted in DC mode in LENS LEVEL. The level can be adjusted
from 0 to 100.
3.
Please select RETURN and press the SETUP button if you would like to return to the previous
menu.
5.4 EXPOSURE
5.4.1 SHUTTER
1. When the SETUP menu is displayed on the screen, please direct the arrow to point to
“EXPOSURE” -> “SHUTTER” by using the DOWN button.
2. Select the shutter mode by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Select from x256, x128, x64, x32, x16, x8, x4, x2, 1/60, Auto, FLK, 1/250, 1/500, 1/2000, 1/5000,
1/10000, 1/00000 for NTSC model or x256, x128, x64, x32, x16, x8, x4, x2, 1/50, Auto, FLK,
1/250, 1/500, 1/2000, 1/5000, 1/10000, 1/00000 for PAL model.
 FLK: Please select “FLK” mode when flickering occurs on the screen, because of an irregular
balance between illumination and frequency. NTSC model: 1/100, PAL model: 1/120.
 AUTO: Shutter speed is automatically controlled depending on the brightness of the screen.
This option is available when a manual iris lens is selected above.
3. Select RETURN and press the SETUP button when you finish all the settings.
NOTE:
When selecting a DC lens, the shutter speed is fixed as 1/60 for NTSC and 1/50 for PAL.
5.4.2 BRIGHTNESS
Adjust the brightness of the screen (manual lens only). The level can be adjusted from 1 to 100.
5.4.3 AGC (Auto Gain Control – basic low light signal amplification)
1. Please direct the arrow to point to “AGC” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
2. Select the level you would like to choose by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button. The more the level
of gain increases, the brighter the screen, but the level of noise increases as well. Please select from
HIGH, MIDDLE, LOW and OFF. Note: AGC must be on for sense-up low light boost to function.
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5.4.4 SENSE-UP
SENSE-UP is used to keep a brilliant, vivid screen image under low light level conditions by
automatically compensating for changes in the level of light.
1. Please direct the arrow to point to “SENSE-UP” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
2. Select the mode you would like to operate by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
 AUTO: Low light level auto mode.
 OFF: The function is disabled.
NOTE:
1 When SHUTTER is in manual mode, SENSE-UP will be disabled.
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2 When AGC is turned off, SENSE-UP will be disabled.
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3. Press select RETURN and the SETUP button when you finish all the settings.
NOTES:
1 The maximum amplification in low light level situations can be adjusted by pressing the
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SETUP button in “AUTO” mode. This sets an upper limit on the ‘boost’.
2 The image becomes brighter when the setting increases; however, the after image increases
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as well. Due to the increased light sensitivity of the Super Had II chip, far less DSP ‘boost’ is
needed, resulting in color or B/W images in low light with minimal ghosting.
3 Please note that spots and noise may appear if light amplification increases when SENSE-UP
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is operating. This is a normal phenomenon, controllable with DNR.
5.4.5 BLC/BLC
Video gain can be adjusted automatically to correct the exposure of subjects that are in front of a bright
light source.
1. Please direct the arrow to point to “BLC” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
2. Select the BLC mode by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button. Then make adjustments as below:
GAIN: Select from High, Middle and Low.
DEFAULT: Set the factory default values for BLC.
LEFT/RIGHT: Set the Left/Right side of an area for the BLC to be adjusted. The value adjustable
is 0~6.
WIDTH: Set the width of an area for the BLC to be adjusted. The value adjustable is 0~6.
TOP/BOTTOM: Set the Top/Bottom side of an area for the BLC to be adjusted. The value
adjustable is 0~6.
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HEIGHT: Set the height of an area for the BLC to be adjusted. The value adjustable is 0~6.
RETURN:
Press “RET” to save all settings in the BLC menu and return to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
5.4.6 BLC/HSBLC
HSBLC (Highlight Suppression BLC) is used to reduce the brightness of light sources in a specific area.
It is activated only in a low illumination environment to minimize the effects of glare from bright lights
such as spotlights, street lights or headlights in the field of view. Where ‘traditional’ BLC can increase
the exposure of a dark area surrounded by a brighter area, HSBLC can decrease the exposure of bright
areas surrounded by darker areas.
1. Please direct the arrow to point to “BLC” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
2. Select the HSBLC mode by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button. Then make adjustments as below:
LEVEL: Adjust the sensitivity level for HSBLC from 0 to 8.
DEFAULT: Set the factory default values for HSBLC.
LEFT/RIGHT: Set the Left/Right side of an area for the HSBLC to be adjusted. The value
adjustable is 0~6.
WIDTH: Set the width of an area for the HSBLC to be adjusted. The value adjustable is 0~6.
TOP/BOTTOM: Set the Top/Bottom side of an area for the HSBLC to be adjusted. The value
adjustable is 0~6.
HEIGHT: Set the height of an area for the HSBLC to be adjusted. The value adjustable is 0~6.
RETURN:
Press “RET” to save all settings in the HSBLC menu and return to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit
5.4.7 D-WDR
When there are both bright and dark areas at same time, this function can make both areas properly
exposed.
1.
Please direct the arrow to point to “D-WDR” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
2. Select the mode you would like to operate by moving the joystick LEFT or RIGHT.
OFF: Disables D-WDR function
INDOOR: Select this option if you are in an indoor environment.
OUTDOOR: Select this option if you are in an outdoor environment.
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5.4.8 Return
Press “RET” to save all settings in the Exposure menu and return to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
5.5 WHITE BALANCE CONTROL
The screen color can be adjusted by using the WHITE BALANCE function.
1. Please direct the arrow to point to “WHITE BAL” by using the UP and DOWN buttons.
2. Please select the mode you would like to operate by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Please select one of the 6 modes below:
 ATW (Auto Tracking White Balance): This mode can be used within the color temperature
range from 5,500°K to 6,000°K (eg, fluorescent light, outdoor, sodium vapor lamp or inside
tunnels).
 AWB This mode can be used within the color temperature range from 2,500°K to 10,000°K.
 AWC->SET: To find the optimal setting for the current luminance environment in this mode,
point the camera toward a sheet of white paper, and press “SETUP”. If the environment
changes, you will have to readjust it.
 MANUAL: The manual adjustment mode enables a more precise adjustment. Please select
ATW or AWC first. Then change to manual adjustment mode and press the SETUP button.
Set the suitable color temperature, and increase or decrease the red and blue color values at
the same time while checking the color changes of the objects in view.
Press “RET” to save all settings in this menu and return to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit
 INDOOR: Select this option when the color temperature is 5,600°K.
 OUTDOOR: Select this option when the color temperature is 3,300°K.
Press “RET” to saves all settings in this menu and returns to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
5.6 DAY NIGHT
These settings control the operation of the camera when the illumination level changes. Choices are
Color at all times; B/W at all times; or color when illumination is bright, switching to B/W in low light.
 B/W: The picture is always displayed in B/W.
BURST: OFF/ON.
ON: Retains the color burst information; minor color noises may appear when ambient
illumination is low.
OFF: With color burst signal off, picture will be pure B/W.
Return: Press “RET” to save all settings in the DAY/NIGHT menu and returns to the previous
menu.
Press “END” to save all the setting menus and exit.
 COLOR: The picture is always displayed in color, even at low light levels.
 AUTO: The picture switches to color in a normal (bright) environment and switches to B/W
when the ambient illumination is low. The switching point is determined by the AGC level.
Note: AGC selection must be set as middle or high in order to employ the auto
switching function.
Delay: Set the switchover delay time from 0~63 seconds.
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S-Level: Set the start level from 0~100.
E-Level: Set the end level from 0~100.
EXT: The picture can switch automatically to color in a normal environment and to B/W when the
ambient illumination is low based on the illumination reaching a light sensor; or it may be directly
controlled by a trigger voltage. The light sensor at the front of the camera body is the default
sensor used to detect illumination. However, if an external light sensor is connected, this external
sensor will be used to detect the illumination instead. If the “D/N In” terminal is used, it will override
the signals from the built-in or auxiliary light level sensors and will command the camera into B/W
operation when it is switched to a low voltage level (grounded), or into COLOR operation when it is
switched to a 3.3V ‘high’ level; however, if the D/N In terminal is open/‘floating’, the AUTO
operation switchover from color to B/W will be controlled by the light sensor at the front of the
camera body.
5.7 3DNR
3DNR reduces the background noise in a low luminance environment.
 OFF: Disables 3DNR to keep the same amount of noise.
 ON: Enables 3DNR to reduce the noise.
Level: adjust noise reduction level from 0~100.
Press “RET” to saves all settings in DNR menu and returns to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the setting menus and exit.
5.8 SPECIAL
In this section, user can do special settings including Cam Title, D-Effect, RS485, Motion, Privacy, Sync,
Language and Return.
1. Please direct the arrow to point to “SPECIAL” on the SETUP menu by using the UP and DOWN
buttons.
2. Select the mode you would like to operate by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
5.8.1 CAM TITLE
Input the camera title, and it will be appeared on the monitor.
1) Please direct the arrow to point to “CAM TITLE” by using the UP or DOWN button.
2) Select “ON” by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
3) Press SETUP button.
4) Maximum 15 letters can be used for the ID.
 Use UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT buttons to move the cursor to the letter to be
chosen.
 Use SETUP button to choose that letter.
5) Once a name has been selected, please choose a position where you would like to
display the name.
 Move the cursor onto “POS” and press the SETUP button.
 The name will appear at the top left hand corner.
 Please use the 4 directional buttons to move the position of the displayed name.
 Press the SETUP button when the desired location has been reached.
6) If you would like to cancel the ID entered, please move the cursor to “CLR”, and all the
letters entered will be deleted.
7) Select “END” and press the SETUP button to complete ID input.
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5.8.2 D-EFFECT
5.8.2.1 FREEZE (Note that practical application of this feature requires direct access to the camera menu in real
time).
-OFF: Select “OFF” to view moving pictures.
-ON: Select “ON” to view still pictures.
5.8.2.2 MIRROR
-OFF: Disable the effects.
-MIRROR: Sets a horizontal image inversion.
-V-FLIP: Set a vertical image inversion.
-ROTATE: Rotate the image 180˚.
5.8.2.3 D-ZOOM
Set the digital zoom.
-OFF: Disable the D-ZOOM function.
-ON:
 D-Zoom: Select digital zoom from X1.0 up to X32. Note that zoom levels above X4 may
lead to excessive pixellation.
To control the portion of the magnified image in view (0 is the center of the image):
 Pan: Select digital pan from -100 to 100.
 Tilt: Select digital tilt from -100 to 100.

Return: Press “RET” to saves all settings in D-ZOOM menu and returns to the previous
menu. Press “END” to save all the setting menus and exit.
5.8.2.4 GAMMA
To adjust displayed brightness from 0.05 up to 1.0.
5.8.2.5 NEG. IMAGE
Allows user to create a negative of the original image. A negative image is a tonal inversion of a
positive image, in which light areas appear dark and vice versa. A negative color image is
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additionally color reversed, with red areas appearing cyan, greens appearing magenta and blues
appearing yellow.
5.8.2.6 RETURN
Return: Press “RET” to save all settings in D-EFFECT menu and return to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
5.8.3 RS-485
-CAM ID: Select RS-485 ID from 1~255.
-ID DISPLAY: Select “ON” to display RS-485 ID or “OFF” to disable ID display function.
-BAUD RATE: This field is to set the speed at which is used to transmit instruction or information
through the RS485 port on the camera. There are six different speeds,
2400,4800,9600,19200,38400 and 57600.
-Protocol: Pelco-D, EVF-1, EVF-2, SETUP MENU.
-Return: Choose “RET” to save all settings in RS485 menu and return to the previous menu.
Choose “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
NOTE:
RS-485 has a higher priority than control at the camera itself. If there is any conflict between local
and remote control, the camera will follow the commands from the remote site.
5.8.4 MOTION
This camera enables you to observe movements of objects in 4 different areas on the screen,
and the message “MOTION DETECTED” appears on the screen when movement is detected,
and a Motion Alarm voltage trigger output is provided at the rear of the camera; this feature
may help to improve operational efficiency. The camera detects an object’s movement by
sensing changes in the pixels displayed.
-OFF: Disables the MOTION function.
-ON:
 AREA SELECT: Please select the area you would like to detect from the 4 areas in
AREA SELECT mode
 AREA DISPLAY: Select “ON” to use the motion area selected in sensitivity. Select “OFF”
to disable this function.
 LEFT/RIGHT: Set the coordinate of the horizontal axis 5~66.
 WIDTH: Set the size of horizontal area 0~93.
 TOP/BOTTOM: Set the coordinate of the vertical axis 1~60.
 HEIGHT: Set the size of vertical area 0~60.
 SENSITIVITY: Set the sensitivity level for the motion triggered by selecting from 0~40.
When the sensitivity value is high, motion detection sensitivity increases to sense very
small movements and vice versa.
 MOTION VIEW: Select “ON” to display motion detection pixels in the live view.
 RETURN: Press “RET” to save all settings in RS485 menu and return to the previous
menu. Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
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5.8.5 PRIVACY
This mode masks areas you do not want to display on the screen.
-OFF: Disable the PRIVACY function.
-ON:
 AREA SELECT: Please select the area you would like to hide from the 8 areas in AREA
SELECT mode
 AREA DISPLAY: Select “ON” to use the area selected in the AREA SELECT. Select
“OFF” to disable this function.
 LEFT/RIGHT: Set the coordinate of the horizontal axis 6~98.
 WIDTH: Set the size of horizontal area 0~93.
 TOP/BOTTOM: Set the coordinate of the vertical axis 0~60.
 HEIGHT: Set the size of vertical area 0~61.
 COLOR: Set area color. It is selectable from 0 to 15.
 RETURN: Press “RET” to save all settings in RS485 menu and return to the previous
menu. Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
5.8.6 SYNC
There are two SYNCHRONIZATION modes: INTERNAL and EXTERNAL LINE-LOCK. In
LINE-LOCK mode, the video signal is synchronized to the frequency of the incoming AC power.
The Line-Lock synchronization can only be used when the supply power is 24VAC 60Hz (NTSC
models) or 50Hz (PAL models).
-INT: Internal synchronization
-L/L: External line-lock synchronization
5.8.7 LANGUAGE
Select OSD language. EQ610 camera supports multiple languages including English, Japanese,
Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.
5.8.8 RETURN
Press “RET” to save all settings in the SPECIAL menu and return to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
5.9 ADJUST
Adjust sharpness, Blue and Red level in this section.
5.9.1 SHARPNESS
The contour of the video image becomes cleaner and more easily distinguished as the level of
SHARPNESS increases. If the level is set too high, it may affect the video image and cause noise.
The available range of level is 0~31.
5.9.2 BLUE
Adjust image’s blue level. The available range of level is 0~100.
5.9.3 RED
Adjust image’s red level. The available range of level is 0~100.
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5.9.4 RETURN
Press “RET” to saves all settings in the ADJUST menu and returns to the previous menu.
Press “END” to save all the menu settings and exit.
5.10 RESET
5.10.1 FACTORY RESET
Reset to the default settings.
5.10.2 RETURN
Press “RET” to return to the previous menu.
Press “END” to exit.
5.11 EXIT
Save all the menu settings and exit.
NOTE:
If you quit a Menu without pressing EXIT, all the settings you previously modified will NOT be
saved.
6. HOW TO CONTROL AN EQ610 BY A KEYBOARD
1. Press IRIS + key to enter the setup menu. If the item has its own setting menu (sign
), press
the IRIS + button again to display the sub-menu.
2. Move the joystick
to move the cursor downwards and to move the cursor upwards. This
allows you to move between selection items in setup menu.
3. Move the joystick
to select or adjust the parameters of the selected item. The parameter
changes each time as the item is selected by joystick.
4. Move the joystick
to select or adjust the parameters of the selected item. The parameter
changes each time as the item is selected by joystick.
Note:
1 When remotely controlled using RS-485, the SET/ENTER button function is equivalent to the bit
○
pattern sent when one presses the IRIS + button. Thus use the IRIS + button on the keyboard or DVR
in place of the SET/ENTER button when remotely controlling the EQ610.
2 RS-485 has a higher priority than control at the camera itself. If there is any conflict between local
○
and remote control, the camera will follow the commands from the remote site.
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