EverFocus WDII EQ600 Instruction manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
1/3” W-Dynamic High Resolution Color Camera
EQ600 WDII
Version 1.0
About this manual
Before installing and using this camera, please read this manual carefully.
Be sure to keep it handy for later reference.
Safety Warning
1.
Read manual carefully before installing the unit.
Please read this manual first for correct installation and operation.
2.
Never install the camera on a ceiling that cannot hold its weight
The product may fall down to cause damages.
3.
Do not install the camera near electric or magnetic fields.
Installed the camera away from TV, radio transmitter, magnet, electric motor, transformer, audio
speakers because the magnetic fields generate from above devices will distort the video image.
4.
Always stop using when the product emits smoke or abnormal heat
5.
Never disassemble the camera nor put impurities in it
Disassembly or impurities may result in trouble or fire.
6.
Never face the camera toward the sun.
Direct sunlight or severe ray may cause fatal damage to sensor and internal circuit.
7.
Keep the power cord away from wet and never touch the power cord with wet hands.
Touching the wet power cord with hands or touching the power cord with wet hands may result in
electric shock.
8.
Never install the camera in areas exposed to water, oil or gas.
The water, oil or gas may result in failure, electric shock or file.
9.
Cleaning
Do not touch the surface of sensor by hand directly. Use a soft cloth to remove the dirt from the
camera body. Use lens tissue or a cotton tipped applicator and ethanol to clean the sensor and the
camera lens.
10. Do not operate the camera beyond the specified temperature, humidity or power source
ratings.
Use the camera at temperatures within 0℃
℃ ~ 40℃
℃ and humidity below 90%. The input power
source is DC12V/AC24V.
Notice: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.
Table of Contents
1. Product Overview……….………………..……………..………………………….…….…2
1.1 Main Features.…..…………..………………………………………………..…………2
1.2 Content List………………………………………………………………………………2
1.3 Specifications……………..……….……………………………………………………..3
2. Back Panel Connections………………………….………………………….…………….4
3. Operation………………………………………………………..………………..……..…5~6
3.1 Setup Buttons…...………………………………………………………………..……...5
3.2 Display/Close the user setup menu screen…..………………………………………6
4. Main Menu Flow……..…………..………..…………………………………………………7
5. Preset Mode……………..……………………………..…….………………………………8~9
5.1 User Setup Menu Flow….…………………………………………………………..….8
5.2 User Setup……………………………………………………………………………….9
6. Camera ID………………………………………………………..………………………10~11
6.1 Camera ID……………………………………………………………………………….10
6.2 ID Position……………………………………………………………………………….11
6.3 ID Color ………………………………………………………………………………….11
6.4 ID Background…………………………………………………………………………..11
7. Advanced Setup…………………………..…………..…….…………………………12~13
7.1 Auto IRIS…………………………………………………………………………….…..12
7.2 White Balance……………………………………………………………………..……12
7.3 LineLock…………………………………………………………………………………13
7.4 Viewing………………………………..………..…………………………………..14
8. Save/Restore……………………………………………………………………………..…15
Appendix-A…Camera ID Character patterns……………………………………….……..17
Appendix-B…Factory Settings Chart……………………………………..………….…….18
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Product Overview
1.
Product Overview
By utilizing Digital Pixel SystemTM (DPS) sensor technology, the new EQ600WDII dramatically
improves the performance of surveillance camera in extreme lighting conditions. Where traditional
CCD cameras have difficulty processing images in strong backlighting, the EQ600WDII processes
each pixel independently, correcting for the variations and providing the best possible image under
the lighting conditions.
1.1Main Features
1/3” Color DPS sensor
High resolution: Over 480 TV Lines/1.0lux and low speed shutter up to 32x
Day/Night function
OSD function control
With programmable camera ID up to 12 characters
Compact stylish design for discrete observation
Free S/W for remote configuration through RS232 via PC
Image flip: Horizontal reverse
1.2Content List
1/3” W-Dynamic High Resolution Color Camera unit
User’s manual
Mini Din male connector cable for S-Video / RS-232
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Specifications
1.3 Specifications
Pickup Device
1/3” Color DPS sensor
Picture Element
720(H) × 540(V)
Horizontal Resolution
>480 TV lines
Sensitivity
1.0 Lux/ F=1.2 (50IRE color)
Low Speed shutter
Up to 32x(2,4,8,16,32)
S/N Ratio
>48dB
Auto exposure:
YES
Auto White Balance
Yes, 2500K ~9500K
Back light compensation
YES
Auto IRIS
YES
Video Outputs
1.0Vp-p composite S-Video(Y/C output)
Auto Gain Control
Yes
Day/Night function
ON/OFF
Dynamic range
95dB typical, 120dB max
Synchronization
Internal or Line Lock (AC input required)
Image Flip
Yes, Horizontal reverse
Video Output:
1 Vp-p / 75 ohm composite, S-Video (Y/C output)
Imaging System
NTSC/ PAL
On Screen Display
Yes
Power Source
AC24V / DC12V
Operating Temperature
0℃
℃ ~ 40℃
℃
Power Consumption
7W max.
Dimensions (mm)
56 (W) x 68 (H) x101 (D)
Lens mount
C/CS mount, DD Drive
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Back Panel Connections
2. Back panel connections
(8)
(7)
(6)
(5)
(1)
(4)
(3)
(2)
(9)
(1)S-Video / RS-232 port:
Connect Mini Din Male Connector to S-Video / RS-232 port for better video output quality or
communication. Please refer to the pin assignment of the S-Video/ RS-232 port as below:
RX
GND
(2)AC24V/DC12V Compatible Input Terminal:
TX
5V
This power terminal is for connecting the AC24V/DC12V power supply cord
Y GND
(3)Video Output Connector: Connect the video output of the camera to a color monitor or other
video devices through a 75 Ohm type coaxial cable with BNC female connector at backside of
the camera.
(4) Tact switcher for left cursor
(5) Tact switcher for down cursor
(6) Tact switcher for right cursor
(7) Tact switcher for up cursor
(8) Tact switcher for on-screen setting menu
(9) Auto Iris Lens Connector
This connector is used to connect with the auto iris lens by a 4 pin male connector
Pin 1
Pin 2 Pin 3
Pin 4
Video Drive +12V GND VD-IRIS GND
Direct Drive Cnt- Cnt+
Drv+
Drv-
4
Y
C
C GND
Operation
3.Camera Setup Operations
This camera utilizes an On Screen Display (OSD) user setup menu.
3.1 Setup Buttons: To set items on the user setup menu, use the following buttons on the back
panel.
④Left Button
①Up Button
⑤Set Button
③Right Button
②Down Button
① Up Button: This button is used to move the cursor upwards. Use this button to select an
item or adjust the parameters.
② Down Button: This button is used to move the cursor downwards. Use this button to select
an item or adjust the parameters.
③ Right Button: This button is used to move the cursor to the right. Use this button to select
or adjust the parameters of the select item. The parameter changes each
time as this button is pressed.
④ Left Button: This button is used to move the cursor to the left. Use this button to select or
adjust the parameters of the select item. The parameter changes each time
as this button is pressed.
⑤ Set Button: This button is used to set the determined parameters. If the item has its own
setting menu, press this button to display the setting menu.
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Operation
3.2 Display/Close the user setup menu screen
SET
Button
Highlighted
EWD600 MAIN MENU
> PRESETMODE
INDOOR…
CAMERA ID
OFF
ADVANCED SETUP …
SAVE/RESTORE…
EXIT MENU
The Cursor Buttons & the SET Button
I.
Press the SET button for 2 second
The menu screen will appear on the monitor as the block shown above.
II.
Using the cursor button
Use the cursor button or to move the cursor up or down. Use the cursor button or
to adjust the mode or parameter of settings. The select item will be highlighted with a
gray color bar.
III.
Switch to sub-menu screens
When the item with sub-menu is selected (highlighted), press the SET button to switch to
the sub-menu for further settings. Please refer to the figure below.
EWD600 MAIN MENU
ADVANCED SETUP
PRESET MODE
INDOOR…
CAMERA ID
OFF
> ADVANCED SETUP…
SAVE/RESTORE…
EXIT MENU
> AUTO IRIS…
WHITE BALANCE…
LINELOCK…
VIEWING…
PREVIOUS PAGE
Main Menu
Sub-Menu
Note: For those select items with “…” sign in the end, they have the sub-menu for further
settings.
IV.
Return to previous page
After setting, use the cursor buttons to select PREVIOUS PAGE, then press the SET
button.
V.
Close the menu screen
To close the menu screen, use the cursor button to select EXIT MENU and press the
SET button. Or press the SET button for 1 sec.
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MENU Flow
4. MAIN MENU FLOW
EWD600 MAIN MENU
EWD600 MAIN MENU
> PRESETMODE
INDOOR…
CAMERA ID
OFF
ADVANCED SETUP…
SAVE/RESTORE…
EXIT MENU
>PRESET MODE… <INDOOR…>
<OUTDOOR…>
<FLUOR. ….>
<BACKLIGHT…>
<USER…>
EWD600 MAIN MENU
>CAMERA ID…
< OFF>
<ON…>
ADVANCED SETUP
> AUTO IRIS…
WHITE BALANCE…
LINELOCK…
VIEWING…
PREVIOUS PAGE
SAVE/RESTORE
> RESTORE USER SETTINGS..
SAVE USER SETTINGS..
RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS..
RESET CAMERA..
MENU REV.
PREVIOUS PAGE…
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0.1
MENU
5. PRESET MODE
I.
EWD600 MAIN MENU
>PRESET MODE <INDOOR…>
<OUTDOOR…>
<FLUOR. ….>
<BACKLIGHT…>
<USER…>
II.
III.
Select the suitable settings, such as
INDOOR, OUTDOOR, FLUOR. or
BACKLIGHT based on the installation
environment.
Press the SET button to enter USER
SETUP menu for adjusting the
parameters.
The parameters will be stored as USER
automatically after changed.
USER SETUP
>CAMERA VIEW
5.1 USER SETUP Menu Flow
<SHADOW>
<HIGHLIGHT>
SLOW SHUTTER SETUP
> SHUTTER LIMIT
8X
USER SETUP
USER SETUP
>SLOW SHUTTER
<OFF>
<ON>
>CAMERAVIEW
SHADOW
SLOW SHUTTER
OFF
WDR MODE
AUTO…
METER MODE
NORMAL…
PREVIOUS PAGE
COLOR
B/W
SS PROTERTY
+++++++++
SS THRESHOLD
0
28
42
AUTO DYNAMIC RANGE
+++++++++
>BIAS
–36
USER SETUP
>WDR MODE
<AUTO…>
<MANUAL…>
LIMIT
6
36
+++++++++
0
24
36
PREVIOUS PAGE…
MANUAL DYNAMIC RANGE
>RANGE
+++++++++
0
24
36
PREVIOUS PAGE…
NORMAL METER PRESETS
>PRESETS
USER SETUP
>METER MODE <NORMAL…>
<BACKLIGHT…>
<FULLSCREEN..>
<CENTER>
<LOWER1/3…>
<USER…>
<USER ZONE ADJUST>
PREVIOUS PAGE…
BACKLIGHT METER PRESETS
>PRESETS
<FULLSCREEN..>
<CENTER>
<LOWER1/3…>
<USER…>
<USERBL-ZONE ADJUST>
PREVIOUS PAGE…
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MENU
5.2 USER SETUP
I.
CAMERA VIEW: The lighting conditions of the area where the camera views.
SHADOW or HIGHLIGHT
II.
SLOW SHUTTER:
.
When the setting is OFF, it is only operate with AGC in low light condition and keep
the color image..
When select “ON” then camera will into the slow shutter mode in low light condition.
User can setting slow shutter limit from 2x ~ 32x. And select COLOR or B/W image
when slow shutter is operation by setting SS PROTERTY. Otherwise, user can
setting the slow shutter start level with SS THRESHOLD. Set the parameter
smaller let slow shutter start in more highlight condition, and larger, in more lower
light condition
The default SLOW SHUTTER setting is OFF.
.
III.
WDR MODE: The camera offers outstanding Wide-Dynamic Range (WDR) up to
120dB.
Select “AUTO”, the camera will automatically adjust to a suitable Wide Dynamic
Range according to the lighting condition. In “AUTO” mode, the default BIAS is set
at “0” but user can further define the BIAS of WDR. When you feel the contrast of
lighting condition is larger, increase the BIAS. When you feel the contrast is smaller,
decrease the BIAS. Under low contrast condition, set the LIMIT of WDR to a value
lower to get better images.
Select “ MANUAL”, user can manually set the Dynamic Range by moving the tag
along 0 to 36 level bar. When contrast of lighting condition is larger, increase the
number, otherwise decrease the number towards “0”.
IV.
METER MODE: For setting a frame of the lighting measurement.
Select “ NORMAL” during the normal lighting condition. Choose a suitable frame
location, such as FULLSCREEN, CENTER, LOWER1/3 and USER. If “USER” is
selected, there will be a frame in green color shown on the screen. Use the cursor
buttons to move the location of the frame, then press SET button. The
color of frame will turn to white. Use buttons to enlarge the frame size,
and press SET button. After resizing, the frame color will turn to red, use buttons to shrink the frame size, press SET button to accept the final setting.
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V.
Select “ BACKLIGHT” in the strong backlight environment, for example, the lighting
condition of building lobby. Set a suitable location or size of the frame by using the
same setting procedures as “ NORMAL”.
PREVIOUS PAGE: Return to the previous page by selecting PREVIOUS PAGE.
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MENU
6. CAMERA ID
EWD600 MAIN MENU
>CAMERA ID
< OFF>
<ON…>
ID SETUP
> CAMERA ID _________
ID POSITION
UP-LEFT
ID COLOR
WHITE
ID BACKGROUND NONE
PREVIOUS PAGE
6.1 CAMERA ID: The camera ID can be turned “ON” to be displayed on the screen, or “OFF”.
The default camera ID is “OFF”.
When “ON” is selected, user can set the Camera ID up to 12 characters. Please
refer to Appendix A for detail character patterns. Use the cursor button or to
locate characters (characters will show up in the order of Appendix A), press the
SET button to choose the character. Use the cursor button to move to the next
character for setting.
Once the characters of camera ID are all selected, press the SET button for 1 sec
to close the menu and the Camera ID will show on the screen as the figure below.
Ex:CAMERA ID
EverFocus101
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MENU
6.2 ID POSITION: There are four positions can be chosen to show the CAMERA ID on the
screen. Choose an ID position that will not cover the import/critical part of
images.
ID SETUP
ID POSITION
<UP-LEFT>
<UP-RIGHT>
<DOWN-LEFT>
<DOWN-RIGHT>
CAMERA ID ___________
> ID POSITION
UP-LEFT
ID COLOR
WHITE
ID BACKGROUND NONE
PREVIOUS PAGE
6.3 ID COLOR
ID SETUP
ID COLOR
CAMERA ID EverFocus101
ID POSITION
UP-LEFT
> ID COLOR
WHITE
ID BACKGROUND NONE
PREVIOUS PAGE
<NONE>
<WHITE>
<GREEN>
<BLUE>
To make the CAMERA ID more visible on the screen, four colors for the characters
can be chosen.
6.4 ID BACKGROUND
ID SETUP
ID BACKGROUND
CAMERA ID ___________
ID POSITION
UP-LEFT
ID COLOR
WHITE
> ID BACKGROUND NONE
PREVIOUS PAGE
<NONE>
<WHITE>
<GREEN>
<BLUE>
To make the CAMERA ID more visible on the screen, four background colors can be chosen.
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SE MENU
7. ADVANCED SETUP
7.1 AUTO IRIS
ADVANCED SETUP
> AUTO IRIS…
WHITE BALANCE…
LINELOCK…
VIEWING…
PREVIOUS PAGE
AUTO IRIS
> GAIN
+++++++++++
0 130 255
AI THRESHOLD ++++++++++++
-37 –10 43
AI CORRECTION +++++++++++
0
100 255
PREVIOUS PAGE…
I.GAIN: Use or to adjust the DC IRIS GAIN from 0 ~255. The higher the
DC GAIN, the more sensitive the camera will be.
II.AI THRESHOLD: Use or to adjust the THRESHOLD of AUTO IRIS level from
-37 ~43. The smaller the THRESHOLD, the AUTO IRIS
activates more early.
III.AI CORRECTION: Use or to CORRECT the AUTO IRIS lens feature from
0 ~255.The value is depend on AUTO IRIS lens feature. When iris
can’t open in power on period then adjust this value smaller. The
large value are set in iris operation oscillation.
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7.2 WHITE BALANCE
ATW SETUP
>COLOR TEMP
ADVANCED SETUP
AUTO IRIS
> WHITE BALANCE…
LINELOCK…
VIEWING…
PREVIOUS PAGE
WHITE BALANCE SETUP
> MODE
<ATW…>
<PUSH ONCE>
<MANUAL…>
+++++++++
-2000 800 2000
+++++++++
1 10 100
PREVIOUS PAGE…
SPEED
WHITE BALANCE SETUP
PREVIOUS PAGE…
>MODE
<PUSH ONCE>
PREVIOUS PAGE…
MANUAL WHITE BALANCE
>KELVIN
+++++++++++
2000 5500 11000
PREVIOUS PAGE…
I.ATW:
Auto Tracking White Balance. User can shift the ATW converge color
temperature by “COLOR TEMP ” setting from -2000~2000˚K.
Then Select “SPEED” to adjust the tracking speed of auto white balance from
1~100. The larger value, the slower the speed.
II.PUSH ONCE: User can self-define the standard of white color by focusing the camera
on a white object, then press SET button for once.
III.MANUAL: Use the cursor button or to set the KELVIN of White Balance from
2000 ˚ K ~11000 ˚ k. The bigger the KELVIN value, the higher the color
temperature.
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MENU
7.3LINELOCK
ADVANCED SETUP
AUTO IRIS…
WHITE BALANCE…
> LINELOCK…
VIEWING…
PREVIOUS PAGE
LINELOCK SETTING
>LINELOCK
<AUTO…>
<OFF>
PREVIOUS PAGE…
V PHASE
>V PHASE
++++++++
0 519 624
PREVIOUS PAGE…
I.AUTO: Set as AUTO LINELOCK mode,it will auto sense the line signal to decision
whether runnig LINELOCK function or not. And press SET user can into the
adjustment manual of V PHASE use button or to select the V PHASE
from 0~624. The larger the V Phase parameter, the more delay time the
LINELOCK.
Note: LINELOCK is only effective while the camera is connected to AC power.
II.OFF: Set the LINELOCK function off.
7.4VIEWING
ADVANCED SETUP
AUTO IRIS…
WHITE BALANCE…
LINELOCK…
> VIEWING…
PREVIOUS PAGE
VIEWING SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
70
100 140IRE
CHROMA
++++++++++
-20
5
20
> GAMMA MODE
<MANUAL…>
SHARPNESS…
MIRROR
OFF
COLORBAR
OFF
PREVIOURS PAGE…
MANUAL GAMMA SETUP
> GAMMA
+++++++++++++
0.25 0.45 1.0
PREVIOUS PAGE…
I.BRIGHTNESS: Use button or to adjust the BRIGHTNESS Level from 80 ~150 IRE.
The larger the BRIGHTNESS Level, the brighter the Camera displays.
II.CHROMA: Adjust the CHROMA saturation level of the video output. The parameter
range is from -20~20. The larger the CHROMA parameter, the stronger the
color
III.GAMMA: There are three modes can be chosen to adjust the GAMMA correction
coefficient.
Set “AUTO” for automatically setting the GAMMA correction
coefficient.
Select “MANUAL” to adjust the GAMMA correction from 0.25 ~1.0.
Select “OFF” to turn this function off.
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MENU
VIEWING SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
100IRE
CHROMA
++++++++++
-20 -1
20
GAMMA MODE
AUTO
> SHARPNESS…
MIRROR
OFF
COLORBAR
OFF
PREVIOURS PAGE…
SHARPNESS
> GAIN
+++++++++++
-8
0
8
HORIZONTAL
+++++++++++
-8
0
8
HIGH LIGHT APTURE
ON
PREVIOUS PAGE…
IV. SHARPNESS: Adjust the SHARPNESS level of full screen by setting the “GAIN” level
from -8 ~8. Select “ HORIZONTAL” for adjusting H. SHARPNESS
only. In the high light environment, select “ HIGH LIGHT APTURE”,
then set “ON” or “OFF”. The larger the SHARPNESS parameter, the
sharper the images.
V. MIRROR: Select ‘OFF” to show the image as normal. Select “ON” to reflect image
horizontally.
Normal
Mirror
VI.COLOR BAR: To confirm the color balance after adjustment, set “ON” to show the
COLOR BAR on the monitor screen, press button to quit the
COLOR BAR. Set “ OFF” for not showing the COLOR BAR on screen.
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MENU
8. SAVE/RESTORE
EWD600 MAIN MENU
SAVE/RESTORE
> RESTORE USER SETTINGS..
SAVE USER SETTINGS..
RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS..
RESET CAMERA..
PRESETMODE
INDOOR…
CAMERA ID
OFF
ADVANCED SETUP…
> SAVE/RESTORE…
EXIT MENU
MENU REV.
PREVIOUS PAGE…
0.1
I. RESTOER USER SETTINGS
Restore the previous user settings from memory. Press SET button to restore user
setting.
II. SAVE USER SETTINGS
Save USER SETTINGS into the camera memory. Press SET button to save user
setting.
III. RESTOER FACTORY SETTINGS
Restore the default setting. Press SET button to restore factory setting. Please refer to
the Appendix-B for the default factory settings.
IV. RESET CAMERA
Restart the camera again. Press SET button to reset camera.
VI.MENU REV.0.1
Display the software version.
Note: The number will change by every time of the software change it’s not keep as this
manual.
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Appendix-A
CAMERA ID Character patterns
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Appendix-B
FACTORY SETTINGS CHART
PRESET MODE
CAMERA VIEW
SLOW SHUTTER
SHADOW
ON
BIAS : 6
INDOOR
WDR MODE
AUTO
LIMIT :24
METER MODE
NORMAL
FULLSCREEN
OFF
CAMERA ID
ADVANCED SETUP
GAIN
200
AUTO IRIS
THRESHOLD
WHITE BALANCE
LINELOCK
0
COLOR TEMP
0
SPEED
10
V.PHASE
519
ATW
AUTO
BRIGHTNESS
CHROMA
GAMMA
100
-1
AUTO
GAIN
0
HORIZOTAL
0
HIGH LIGHT APTURE
ON
VIEWING
SHARPNESS
MIRROR
OFF
COLOR BAR
OFF
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