Vision VN310SFHD Instruction manual

VN310SFHD
Full HD IR Outdoor Camera
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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Dear Customers!
By selecting this product, you have decided to use a professional device that guarantees
highest quality and reliability. We would like to thank you very much for your confidence and
kindly ask you to read the following instructions carefully before Installation and operation in
order to take full advantage of all quality features regarding this product.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
The lighting
flash
with an TO
arrowhead
symbol,
within an equilateral
REFER
SERVICING
QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL.
triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of non-insulated
dangerous voltage within the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
INFORMATION - This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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 its own expense.
WARNING – Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
CAUTION – To prevent electric shock and risk of the fire hazards:
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Do NOT use power source other than that specified.
Do NOT expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
This installation should be made by a qualified service person and should conform to
all local codes.
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Table of contents
1. Precautions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4
2. Limitation of liability ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5
3. Disclaimer of warranty --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5
4. Package ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5
5. Installation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 ~ 8
5-1. How to mount to ceiling/wall
5-2. 3-Axis Adjustment
5-3. Lens external adjustment, Ext-Video
5-4. Application of HD-SDI output
6. Function and operation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9 ~ 18
6-1. On Screen Display(OSD)
6-2. Setting up the menu
6-3. LENS
6-4. EXPOSURE
6-5. WHITE BAL
6-6. DAY&NIGHT
6-7. NR(Noise Reduction)
6-8. SPECIAL
6-9. ADJUST
6-10. RESET
6-11. EXIT
7. Trouble shooting guide ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 19
8. Dimension ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 20
9. Specification ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 20 ~ 21
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1. Precautions
· Please read the manual carefully before the installation in order to make use the
camera to be set up correctly and to have the best picture quality.
· Please keep the manual in good condition for your future reference and service
application.
· Installation and services should only be carried out by an authorized personnel
according to local safety regulations.
· If any liquid or solid matter gets into the housing, immediately disconnect the camera
from power supply and have it checked by your authorized dealer before reusing.
· Avoid installing the camera at extremely hot or cold places.
· If you are not a certified person, never try to dismantle the camera. To avoid electric
shock, never remove the screws or covers. There are no parts inside that need
maintenance by the user. All maintenance should be carried out by qualified
personnel.
· Avoid installing the camera at a place of high humidity.
· Avoid installing the camera at the place exposed to gas or oil.
· Keep the top glass of the lens always clean in order to obtain the best picture quality
all the time. Be careful not to be stained by fingerprint.
· Don't face the camera directly toward sunlight or sunlight reflecting area.
The sensor may go defective at this condition.
· Please give a special attention to keep the unit from dangerous drop or
external shock during the process of transportation or handling.
· Never try to touch the camera in wet hand. It may cause an electric shock.
· Do not expose the camera to radioactivity. It causes a serious damage on the sensor.
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2. Limitation of liability
This publication is provided “AS IS” without warranty of any kind, either express or implied,
including but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular
purpose, or non-infringement of the third party's right. This publication could include technical
inaccuracies or typographical errors. Changes are added to the information herein, at any time,
for the improvements of this publication and/or the corresponding product(s).
3. Disclaimer of warranty
In no event shall seller be liable to any party or any person, except for replacement or
reasonable maintenance of the product, for the cases, including but not limited to below :
(1) Any damage and loss, including without limitation, direct or indirect, special,
consequential or exemplary, arising out of or relating to the product;
(2) Personal injury or any damage caused by inappropriate use or negligent operation
of the user;
(3) Unauthorized disassemble, repair or modification of the product by the user;
(4) Inconvenience or any loss arising when images are not displayed, due to any reason
or cause including any failure or problem of the product;
(5) Any problem, consequential inconvenience, or loss or damage, arising out of the
system combined by the devices of third party.
(6) Any claim or action for damages, brought by any person or organization being
photogenic subject, due to violation of privacy with the result of that surveillancecamera's picture, including saved data, for some reason, becomes public or is used
for the purpose other than surveillance.
4. Package contents
Full HD IR Outdoor Camera 1EA
Tapping screw 3EA
Instruction Manual 1EA
Plastic anchor 3EA
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L-Wrench 1EA
Extra Video cable 1EA
5. Installation
5-1. How to mount to ceiling/wall
(Ceiling)
(Wall)
① Drill three screw holes on the wall plate to fix three plastic anchors (supplied) in the holes.
② Fix the plastic anchors in the holes.
③ Position the mounting bracket on the screw points.
④ Fix the mounting bracket by tightening the screws.
⑤ Slightly loosen bolt (A) then adjust tilt(180˚) and rotation(360˚) of the camera
using a serration on the bracket and tighten the bolt firmly.
⑥ Slightly loosen bolt (B) then adjust pan(360˚) of the camera and tighten the bolt firmly.
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5-2. 3-Axis Adjustment
① Panning 360 degree
Turn the pan base right or left to
adjust the pan angle.
② Tilting 90 degree
Loosen the tilt lever on the right
or left side of camera board.
Control the camera tilt angle and
fasten the tilt lever again.
③ Rotation 180 degree
Grasp the front side of camera
board and turn it right or left to
set the exact angle of image.
5-3. Lens external adjustment, Ext-Video
- Focus (Near-Far)
Unlock the focus lever by turning counterclockwise.
Move the lever to adjust the focus.
Lock the lever by turning clockwise.
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- Zoom (Tele-Wide)
Unlock the zoom lever by turning counterclockwise.
Move the lever to adjust the zoom.
Lock the lever by turning clockwise.
- How to use EXT-video
Connect Extra video output connector (A) to camera tester or local monitor as shown
in the above.
5-4. Application of HD-SDI output
Impedance alliance in the system connection.
Make sure to connect the cable with the power off. Please locate the impedance switches
of each equipment as instructed. Locate the switch to Hi-z position for the interim
equipments. Locate the switch to 75Ω for the last equipment.
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6. Function and operation
6-1. On Screen Display
SETUP
LENS
DC
MANUAL
EXPOSURE
SHUTTER
AGC
SENS-UP
ACCE
DEFOG
BACKLIGHT
WHITE BAL
ATW
AWC→SET
DAY&NIGHT
AUTO
NR
SPECIAL
ADJUST
BRIGHTNESS
RETURN
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
MANUAL
COLOR
B/W
EXT
2DNR
3DNR
LEVEL
SMART NR
RETURN
CAM TITLE
D-EFFECT
MOTION
PRIVACY
RETURN
LANGUAGE
DEFECT
RS485
VERSION
SHARPNESS
MOTION
OSD
LSC
RETURN
NTSC/PAL
RESET
FACTORY
RETURN
EXIT
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6-2. Setting up the menu
Settings can be made using the OSD Switch located on the back of the camera.
1. Press the button to access the SETUP mode. The SETUP menu is displayed on the monitor.
2. Please select any function you wish to activate by using the UP/DOWN selections.
The cursor can be moved up or down by using the UP/DOWN selections.
Position the cursor to point to the function you wish to operate.
* MAIN-menu : Use UP/ DOWN selections. / SUB-menu : Use LEFT/ RIGHT selection
3. Change the status of the selected feature using the LEFT/RIGHT selections.
When the LEFT or RIGHT selection is done, available values and modes are displayed in
order.
Please keep the selection until you get to the mode you wish to operate.
4. When completed, move the cursor indicator to ‘EXIT’ position and press the Button to finish
the setting.
☞ NOTE
If
Appears at the mode you wish to operate, it means that there is a sub-menu which
can be selected by OSD Switch.
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6-3. LENS
(1) DC
- When DC lens is used.
(2) MANUAL(※ Default)
- When MANUAL lens is used.
6-4. EXPOSURE
(1) SHUTTER
A. AUTO: The shutter speed is controlled automatically.
B. FLK: Please select FLK mode when flickering occurs on the
screen, due to an imbalance between illumination and
frequency.
C. FIXED : The shutter speed is controlled manually.
- You can select the speed from ‘1/30’ to ‘1/50,000 sec. (NTSC),
‘1/25’ to ‘1/50,000 sec. (PAL).
- You can select Digital Slow Shutter between x2 ~ x30. (DSS)
(2) AGC
- LOW: Allows automatic gain control from 0 to 20dB.
- MIDDLE: Allows automatic gain control from 0 to 30dB.
- HIGH: Allows automatic gain control from 0 to 42dB.(※ Default)
(3) SENS-UP
- Low light sensitivity is greatly improved with the use of this function.
- Low light sensitivity level is adjustable from 2 to 30 times.
- When SENS-UP level is higher, the picture becomes brighter while
noise is increased at the same rate of SENS-UP.
ON : Adjustable SENS-UP level between x2 ~ x30.
OFF: SENS-UP is disabled.
※ Default setting is <x8>
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(4) BRIGHTNESS
- Adjusts the brightness in 1 ~ 100(Default 50)
(5) ACCE(Adaptive Contrast & Color Enhancement)
- D-WDR Function scans both dark and bright clearly and
this model realized its best set up for the most of
different levels of backlit or contrast lighting situations.
(6) DEFOG
- Images in extraordinary environment such as fog or
rain or in a very strong luminous intensity have DR
(dynamic range), lower than ordinary images.
Contrast-based defog function, which is used to overcome
such shortcoming.
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(7) BACKLIGHT
- BLC
Used for backlight environment.(LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH)
- HSBLC
Can mask the head lights to view car license number plate more
clearly.
(8) RETURN
- Returns to the SET MENU.
6-5. WHITE BAL
This is useful when the cameras are installed in different artificial
lighting conditions where a standard ‘White Balance’ condition is
not suitable for all.
- ATW(Auto Tracking White Balance)
This mode can be used within the color temperature range 2,000° ~ 20,000°K.
- AWC→SET
Please press the Tact SW while the camera is directed at a piece of white paper
to obtain the optimum state under current illumination. If the environment
including the light source is changed, you have to adjust the white balance again.
- INDOOR
This is mode can be used within the color temperature range of 2,500° ~ 7,000°K.
- OUTDOOR
This is mode can be used within the color temperature range of 1,800° ~ 10,500°K.
- MANUAL
In the manual mode, the user can choose the color and temperature.
The user can adjust the color and temperature by controlling red and
blue gain
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6-6. DAY&NIGHT
You can display pictures in Color or B/W.
- AUTO : Automatically turns between Day and Night Mode according
to AGC operation.
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DELAY : You can select the duration time about changing
the Day/Night mode 0 ~ 60.
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D→N : To adjust lux level for switching Day to Night.
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N→D : To adjust lux level for switching Night to Day.
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RETURN : Returns to the SET MENU.
☞ NOTE
D/N set up is excluded in the D/N camera with photo cell(CDS Sensor)
- Color : The picture is always in color.
- B/W : The picture is always in black and white.
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BURST : Burst signal can be turned on/off.
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IR SMART : Intelligent IR response against IR saturation.
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IR LED :
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IR PWM : Control the PWM duty.
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RETURN : Returns to the SETUP MENU.
6-7. NR(Noise Reduction)
Noise Reduction (NR) is used in order to obtain a high quality
output image and enhance compression efficiency.
Offers Edge Preserving 2D NR and Motion Adaptive 3D NR.
(1) 2DNR
- Cuts off the noise in low light condition.
(2) 3DNR
- Cuts off the noise in low light condition.
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S-LEVEL : Adjust the 3DNR start level.
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E-LEVEL : Adjust the 3DNR END level.
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RETURN : Returns to the 2D&3D NR MENU.
(3) LEVEL :
- Adjust the noise reduction level.
(4) SMART NR
- If there is movement at the low light condition, the 3DNR level will be decreased,
On the contrary, if there is no movement, the 3DNR level will be increased.
(5) RETURN
- Returns to the SET MENU.
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6-8. SPECIAL
(1) CAM TITLE
If you enter a title, the title will appear on the monitor.
1. Please position the arrow to point to ‘SPECIAL’ on the
moving UP or DOWN direction.
2. Then, select ‘ON’ by using the LEFT and RIGHT selection.
When you press the button to complete ‘ON’, then ‘CAM TITLE’
will be displayed.
☞ NOTE
· If ‘OFF’ is selected, the CAM TITLE does not appear on the monitor even if it has been input.
3. Up to 15 letters are available for the CAM TITLE.
① Please move the cursor to the letter to choose by
using the UP and DOWN selections.
② Set an ID from 0,1,~8,9, A,B, ~Y,Z by using the
UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT selections.
③ Lock in the letters by using the button.
When the letter is locked in, the cursor moves to the next space.
④ Please repeat the above to input CAM TITLE.
4. When a name has been chosen, please select a position for the name to display.
① Please move the cursor onto ’POS’ and then press the button.
② The name will appear at the top right corner.
③ Please find the position you wish to display the name by using the 4 directional
selections, and then press the button to finish.
5. Please select ‘END’ and then press the button to complete CAM TITLE input.
(2) D-EFFECT (Defect Compensation)
- FREEZE : You can view still or moving pictures.
- MIRROR : MIRROR/V-FLIP/ROATE
- D-ZOOM
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PIP : ON/OFF
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D-ZOOM : Adjust the x2.0 ~ x64.
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PAN&TILT : Adjust the PAN&TILT
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DEFAULT : Initialize all setting of the D-ZOOM.
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RETURN : Returns to the D-EFFECT MENU.
- NEG. IMAGE : Negative ON/OFF
- RETURN : Returns to the SPECIAL MENU.
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(3) MOTION
- SELECT : You can select up to 3 MD areas.
- DISPLAY : Determines whether to use the MD area selected in
AREA SELECT.
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ON : Determines the coordinate of the vertical/horizontal position.
Determines the coordinate of the vertical/horizontal size.
- SENSITIVITY : Determines the coordinate of the sensitivity.
- MOTION VIEW : ON/OFF.
- DEFAULT : Initialize all setting of the MOTION.
- RETURN : Returns to the SPECIAL MENU.
(4) PRIVACY
- SELECT : You can select up to 8 PRIVACY areas.
- DISPLAY : Determines whether to use the MD area selected in
AREA SELECT.
- COLOR : Black, Gray1,Gray2, White, Orange, Yellow, Cyan1
Cyan2, Green1, Green2, Green3, Magenta1, Magenta2
Red, Blue1, Blue2
- DEFAULT : Initialize all setting of the PRIVACY.
- RETURN : Returns to the SPECIAL MENU.
(5) LANGUAGE : ENGLISH/JAPANESE/CHINESE
(6) DEFECT
- LIVE DPC : Live Dead Pixel Correction
- LEVEL : Adjust the LEVEL 00 ~ 60
- STATIC DPC : Static Dead Pixel Correction
- START
- LEVEL : Adjust the LEVEL 00 ~ 60
- SENS-UP : Adjust the LEVEL x2 ~ 60
- RETURN : Returns to the SPECIAL MENU.
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(7) RS485
- CAM ID : Determines the camera ID number in 001 ~ 255
- ID DISPLAY : Defines the location where camera ID is displayed
on the screen. 4 location of top, bottom, left and
right can be selected.
- BAUDRATE : Selects baud rate for RS485 communication
among (Default:9600)2400/4800/9600/19200/38400.
(8) VERSION
- Shows firmware version of this camera unit.
(9) RETURN
- Returns to the SETUP MENU.
6-9. ADJUST
(1) SHARPNESS
- SHARPNESS : ON/OFF
- LEVEL : Adjust the LEVEL 0 ~ 100
- RESOLUTION : ON/OFF
- RETURN : Returns to the ADJUST MENU.
(2) MONITOR
A. LCD
- GAMMA : Adjust the LEVEL USER ~ 1.00
- BLUE GAIN : Adjust the LEVEL 0 ~ 100
- RED GAIN : Adjust the LEVEL 0 ~ 100
- RETURN : Returns to the ADJUST MENU.
B. CRT
- BLACK LEVEL : Adjust the LEVEL -30 ~ 30
- BLUE GAIN : Adjust the LEVEL 0 ~ 100
- RED GAIN : Adjust the LEVEL 0 ~ 100
- RETURN : Returns to the ADJUST MENU.
(3) OSD
- TEXT COLOR : WHITE, BLACK, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN,
Magenta, RED, BLUE
- OUTLINE : ON/OFF
- RETURN : Returns to the ADJUST MENU.
(4) LSC
- Lens Shading Correction (LSC) corrects the phenomenon
where the image gets darkened or blurred on the periphery.
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(5) NTSC/PAL
- CVBS output can be set to NTSC or PAL according to
local TV standard.
(6) RETURN
- Returns to the SETUP MENU.
6-10. RESET
(1) RETURN
- Resets the camera setting to the factory defaults.
CAMERA ID, 485 TERM settings are not initialized..
(2) RETURN
- Returns to the SETUP MENU.
6-11.EXIT
- Saves the current settings and exits the menu.
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7. Troubleshooting
If there are problems in operating, please refer to the checklist below. If the problem
persists, please contact the agent where this product is purchased.
Problems
Nothing appears on the screen.
Troubleshooting
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Please check that the power cord and line connection
between the camera and the monitor are fixed properly.
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Please check that you have properly connected VIDEO
cable to the VIDEO output jack of the camera.
The image on the screen is dim.
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Is lens stained with dirt? Clean your lens with soft, clean cloth.
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Set the monitor to proper condition.
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If the camera is exposed to too strong light, change
the camera position.
The image on the screen is dark.
The camera is not working
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Adjust the contrast feature of the monitor.
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If you have an interim device, set the 75Ω / Hi-z properly.

Please check that you have properly connected the camera
properly, and the surface
to an appropriate power source.
of the camera is hot.
Color is not correct.

Please check the setting of AWB menu .
The screen flickers continually.
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Please check that direction of camera turns toward the Sun.
RS-485

Please check the polarity between RS-485 Control Port
communication fails.
and RS-485 cable.
485 Control Board Connection Port
RS-485 Control Port
(+)CONNECTION TERMINAL(TRX+)
485+
(-)CONNECTION TERMINAL(TRX-)
485-
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Please check the RS-485 Communication establishment
initial value.
*RS-485 Communication establishment initial value
Item
Camera ID
BAUD RATE
Initial value
001
9600

UART MODE
RET PKT
8-NONE-1
ENABLE
We recommend that you make ground connect
between camera and controller in order to maintain
safety communication control.
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8. Dimension(mm)
9. Specification
MODEL
Full HD CCTV IR Outdoor Camera
Sensor Device
SONY 1/2.9" progressive scan CMOS, 2MegaPixel
Total Pixels
2010(H) X 1241(V) = 2.48 Mega pixel
Effective Pixels
1984(H) x 1105(V) = 2.19 Mega pixel
Scanning System
Progressive Scan
Horizontal
More than 1000 TVL
S/N Ratio
More than 52dB
Min. Illumination
0 Lux
Shutter Speed
1/30s Default,(Long Exposure Mode, ~1Sec)
Video Output
1920 x 1080 30P, 1280 x 720 60P(Mode Select)
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Video Output Format
1.485G/s, HD-SDI Output (SMPTE 292M)
AV Output
1V p-p Composite. 75 Ohms
Digital Output
SDI Output
Day & Night
D/N Output
Serial Port
RS485
Lens
3.5 ~ 16mm Varifocal Megapixel Lens
Iris Control
AUTO
Viewable Distance
20M
MTBF of IR
20,000 hours
Power Source
DC 12V, DC12V/AC24V(Optional)
Power Consumption
IR OFF : 220mA / DC12V(2.7W), 280mA/DC12V(3.5W)/140mA/AC24V(3.5W)
IR ON : 460mA / DC12V(5.6W), 650mA/DC12V(8.0W)/290mA/AC24V(7.0W)
Operating Temperature
-10°C ~ 50°C
Storage Temperature
-20°C ~ 70°C
Operating Humidity
Under 90% Non-condensing
Measurement (mm)
80.5(W) x 148.4(H) x 206(D)
Weight ( Approx.)
800 g
OSD
LENS/ EXPOSURE/ WHITE BAL / DAY&NIGHT / NR/ MOTION/ DEFOG
ACCE/ LSC/ PRIVACY/ BRIGHTNESS, etc.
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