Samsung SCC-ZM395N Specifications

Version 1.1
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Color Camera Module
SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
SCC-ZM395
DATE
Nov. 01. 2009
CUSTOMER
SUPPLIER
CUSTOMER
APPROVED
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS Co., Ltd.
VSS Business Team
416, Maetan-3dong, Yeongtong-gu, Suwon-City, Gyeonggi-do, 443-742, Korea
Tel : 031-277-3986, 3381, 3980, 3676
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Version 1.1
Table of Contents
- Revision History
1. Features --------------------------------------------- 4
2. Precautions ---------------------------------------- 5
3. Specifications
Camera Module Spec. -------------------------------- 6
Spectral Response Spec. ----------------------------- 7
Hardware Spec. ------------------------------------------ 8
Interface Circuit ------------------------------------------ 9
Reliability Zoom Lens ---------------------------------- 10
Dimension -------------------------------------------------- 11
Packing Spec. -------------------------------------------- 12
4. Function
OSD Menu Structure ----------------------------------- 13
Function (OSD) ------------------------------------------- 14
5. Communication ----------------------------------- 24
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Version 1.1
- Revision History
Date
Version
Description
'09. 09. 13
0.1
Establishment (for R&D sample)
'09. 10. 01
1.0
Mass Production
'09. 11. 01
1.1
Protocol changed and fixed
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Version 1.1
1. Features
■ 1/4" 410K/470K Sony Ex-View-HAD Double Scan CCD
Power Zoom Optical 39x (3.4~132.6mm), Digital 12x(0.1step)
Minimum illumination 1.2 Lux (F1.6/WIDE, 50 IRE, Color, Sens-Up Off)
S/N Ratio 52 dB
■ High Resolution : more than 560(Color)/600(BW) TV Lines
This camera has realized high resolution of 560(Color)/600(BW) TV lines using the top-notch
full digital image processing, 12 Bit A/D serial signal processing and special algorithm
technologies.
■ WDR (Wide Dynamic Range)
WDR extends the contrast range as it takes a picture of each of dark and bright areas
before compositing the two, which is useful if you take a picture of windows inside a building.
Namely, it improves the picture quality of the outdoor scenery as well as indoor.
The contrast enhancer sustains the effective contrast range and expands Dynamic Range up
to 128x[NTSC] and 160x[PAL]
■ DNR (Digital Noise Reduction, 2D+3D)
The DNR technology eliminates noise thus generating a distinct and clear image.
This camera DNR function utilizes both an adaptive 2D filter reducing noise in the brightness
of the image and an adaptive 3D Filter reducing noise caused by movement.
■ DAYNIGHT (with DAYNIGHT Filter Assy)
This camera has the DayNight function which outputs the filter changing signal with
detecting the illumination condition.
DayNight operation feature an ‘auto’ mode which switches between day and night mode
automatically based upon the level of illumination on the scene.
And also, the COLOR mode operates in daytime conditions to provide optimum colors,
and B/W mode operates in night-time conditions to enhance the definition of the image.
■ CCVC (Camera Control Via Coaxial cable)
This is a remote control function that overlaps the coaxial cable (for a transfer of the video
signal) with the control signal. In installation or repair, this helps you control the
communication controller (optional) without additional cabling. ※Coaxial Controller (Option)
■ Intelligent Video (Moved/Fixed)
This Camera provides built-in capability for video content analysis. Operational modes include
fixed mode (appear the object) and moved mode (disappear the object).
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2. Precautions
■ Avoid aiming the camera directly towards extremely bright objects such as sun,
as this may damage the CCD image sensor.
■ Do not use the camera in the extreme environments.
- Extremely hot or cold place such as radiators, heat registers
(Operating condition -10℃ ~ +50℃, under 90% humidity)
- Close to generators of powerful electromagnetic radiation.
- The place which is subject to light reflections, unstable lighting conditions,
strong vibration.
■ Remove dust or dirt on the surface of the CCD with a blower.
■ Do not apply excessive voltage. (Operating Power Input : DC 9V ~ 15V)
■ The following phenomena that may appear in images are specific to CCD.
They do not indicate malfunctions.
- White Flecks : The fleck especially tend to be seen when operation at a high
environmental temp. or when you have raised the master gain and
use in sense-up function.
- Vertical Smear : When an extremely bright object, such as a strong spotlight or
flashlight, is being shot, vertical tails may be produced on the screen,
or the image may be distorted.
- Alias : When fine patterns, stripes, or lines are shot, they may appear or flicker.
■ Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong blows to it.
■ Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations.
Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
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3. Specifications
3-1. CAMERA Module Spec.
Items
Sub-items
Device
CCD
Sync.
Performance
Lens
Total
Effective
Inter. H/V
LL H/V
Horizontal/Verical Resolution
Minimum illumination
(F1.6/Wide)
S/N Ratio
focal length, F number
Drive Type
M.O.D.
View Angle
OSD
Privacy Zone
Day&Night
SCC-ZM395N
Color mode
50 IRE
25 IRE
15 IRE
Sens Off
1.2 Lux
0.6 Lux
0.36 Lux
Sens x256
0.004 Lux
0.002 Lux
0.001 Lux
BW mode
50 IRE
25 IRE
15 IRE
Sens Off
0.12 Lux
0.06 Lux
0.036 Lux
Sens x256
0.0004 Lux
0.0002 Lux
0.0001 Lux
52dB
f=3.4~132.6mm, F1.6(Wide)/F3.7(Tele)
Auto (DC)
Wide: 0.2m ,
Tele: 0.8 m
Tele: 1.56˚(H) x 1.16˚(V), Wide: 57.54˚(H) x 44.44˚(V)
E/F/G/S/I, (E/R/Po/T/Cz),
E/F/S/J/P, (E/K)
(Chinese)
12ea (Square)
COLOR/BW/AUTO (with D/N Filter Assy)
Off/On(1ea) ※Mask Area 4ea
Motion Detection
Functions
D-Zoom
High Speed Shutter
Flickerless
Sens Up (Low Shutter)
BLC
AGC
ALC (Auto Level Control)
Line Lock
Camera ID
White Balance
DNR
DIS
PRESET
WDR
Intelligent Video
Etc. Function
Alarm Output
In/Output
Remote Control
Video Output
Power Input
Power
Power Consumption
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Dimension, Weight
SCC-ZM395P
SONY 1/4" ExView-HAD
SONY 1/4" ExView-HAD
PS CCD (ICX-448)
PS CCD (ICX-449)
811 x 508
795 x 596
768 x 494
752 x 582
15,734/59.94Hz
15,625/50Hz
15,750/60Hz
15,625/50Hz
more than 560(Color)/600(BW) TV Lines
x1~x12 (x0.1STEP)
1/60(1/50) ~ 1/10Ksec
Off/On
x2 ~ x256
Off/On (Area Setting)
Off/On (Max.Level Setting)
Auto(DC)/Manual(Level Control)
Off/On (Phase Control)
Off/On (Max. 54ea/2Line)
ATW1/ATW2/AWC/MANUAL
(ATW1: 2,500 ~ 9,500°K, ATW2: 2,000~10,000°K)
Off/On (Adaptive 3D+2D)
Off/On
Off/On (256ea)
Off/On (x128/NTSC, x160/PAL)
Yes (Moved/Fixed)
Detail, Reverse(H/V), Posi/Nega, PIP
1 ea(Open Collector)
UART(Txd/RXd, 3.3Vp-p), CCVC(with SCX-RD100)
VBS 1.0V p-p (75ohm Terminated)
DC+9V ~ 15V
about Normal~Max. 280~330mA (DC12V)
Absolute : -10˚C ~ +50˚C
Less than 90%
51.0(W) x 55.0(H) x 98.0(D) mm, about 230g
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3-2. Spectral Response Spec.
CCD (ICX448AK/449AK)
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3-3. Hardware Spec.
Rear View
1 2 3 4
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
③
①
②
7
6
5
Zoom Lens
Tele/Wide Switch
4
3
2
1
① CN207 : I/O Connector-1
Pin NO
Pin Name
1
RxD
2
TxD
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GND
DC IN
GND
VBS
GND
LPULSE
GND
Description
Normal
Active
Read Data
CMOS 5V (Low: Max 0.8V, high:min.3V)
Send Data
CMOS 3.3V (Low: Max 0.1V, high:min.2V)
Ground (for TxD/RxD)
Power input (DC +9V ~ +15V)
Ground (for DC IN)
Composite Video Output
Ground (for VBS)
Line Lock Control Clock
I/O
I
O
I
O
I
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Ground (for VBS)
Molex 52207-0960
② CN3 : Connector for upgrading Camera Program (※ used for factory only)
Pin NO
Pin Name
Description
Normal
Active
1
FSPE
JTEG Upgrade Mode Setting
+3.3V
0
2
DSPSCK
JTEG Upgrade Clock
3
DSPSDO
JTEG Upgrade Data Output
4
DSPSDI
JTEG Upgrade Data Input
5
DSPSTB
JTEG Upgrade Chip Selector
6
GND
Board Ground
7
V+3.3V
JTEG Jig Power Supply(Max 0.2A)
I/O
I
I
O
I
I
O
Yeonho Electronics, 12505WS-07A00
③ CN208 : Connector
Pin NO
Pin Name
V+5V
1
TXD
2
RXD
3
GND
4
for communication (※ used for factory only)
Description
Normal
Jig Power Supply(Max 0.2A)
UART (Txd)
UART (Rxd)
Board Ground
Yeonho Electronics, 12505WS-04A00
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Active
I/O
O
O
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3-4. Interface Circuit
① Video Amp Block
② Communication (TXD/RXD) Block : TTL Level
③ Power Input Block
④ Lpulse (External sync) Block
※ NTSC: 60Hz ± 0.3Hz
PAL: 50Hz ± 0.3Hz
DSP
3.3 Vp-p
EXT_SYN
※ Min. 1msec
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3-5. Reliability Zoom Lens
① Zoom Operation : more than 500,000 times
Tele
side
960pps (1-2phase)
+1000step ↑
2000step ↑
-1000step ↑
Wide
side
1sec
1 moving
5 moving
Reset
Position
5sec holding
1 Cycle
② Focus Operation : more than 500,000 times
1 Cycle
Near
side
3step
1sec holding
Reset
Position
1sec
∞
side
3step
960pps (1-2phase)
③ AUTO IRIS Operation : more than 500,000 times
OPEN
1.5sec
1 sec
1.5sec
1 sec
1 cycle
④ Day/Night Operaion : more than 50,000 times
Night
DAY
+400step ↑
360pps Woblling 5 cycle
1sec holding
CLOSE
-400step ↑
30 sec
1 cycle
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3-6. Dimension
Front
Left Side
Right Side
Rear
Top Side
Bottom Side
Lens Effective Angle
Diagonal
H : 20.9 mm
Horizontal H : 18.9576mm
Vertical
H : 18.4620mm
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3-7. Packing Specifications (1 Carton = 10 ea)
Zoom Module
Test
BAG CAP
Report
CUSHION PANEL
(2 x 5)
LABEL
CARTON BOX
MODEL NAME
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4. Function
4-1. OSD MENU Structure
MAIN MENU
CAMERA SET
INTELLIGENCE
PRIVACY ZONE
PRESET SET
OTHER SET
COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM INFO
LANGUAGE
Description
Camera related functions and data.
Motion detection, and more.
Privacy related settings
Preset position and Preset ID
Configure for Factory Defaults, and more.
Communication set.
Displays the system information.
Select a language on the OSD menu.
CAMERA SET
CAMERA ID
IRIS
AGC(MOTION)
DNR
SHUTTER
SENS-UP
FLICKERLESS
DAY/NIGHT
WHITE BAL
FOCUS MODE
ZOOM SPEED
DISPLAY ZOOM
DIGITAL ZOOM
DETAIL
V-SYNC
AGC COLOR SUP
REVERSE
POSI/NEGA
PIP
DIS
Description
ON/OFF, Make the camera ID and set the place. 54 characters.(2 line)
ALC/MANUAL Iris select. Setting the BLC and WDR function.
Setting the Max Gain under the low light.
Digital Noise Reduction fucntion
Set the shutter speed. (High shutter speed)
Set the shutter speed. (Slow shutter speed)
Shutter speed : NTSC(1/60 → 1/100sec), PAL (1/50 → 1/120sec)
DayNight Mode (COLOR/BW/AUTO), Level set.
White Balance Mode (ATW1/ATW2/AWC/MANUAL)
Select the Focus Mode: MF, ONEAF, AF
ZOOM Speed set
ZOOM RATIO display
Digital Zoom ratio set (x1 ~ x12 : x0.1 step)
Aperture gain set
Internal/Linelock mode set
Color suppression amount at the AGC function
Horizontal/Vertical Reverse
Positive or Negative Video output set
Picture In Picture at Digital Zoom operation
Digital Image Stabilization set
INTELLIGENCE
MOTION
ADVANCED
MASK AREA
DISPLAY
SENSITIVITY
RESOLUTION
ALARM OUT
Description
Motion detection function
Advanced Motion detection function (Moved/Fixed)
Set the motion detection exception area
Motion Detection display ON/OFF
Motion Detection sensitivity
Motion Detection resolution
Alarm out set
PRIVACY ZONE
PRIVACY SET
STYLE
Description
Set the privacy zone
Set the privacy style (Mosaic, Color, etc)
PRESET
PRESET SET
Description
Set the preset (0~255)
OTHER SET
Description
FACTORY DEFAULTS Set the Factory default setting
OSD menu color set
OSD COLOR
COMMUNICATION
PROTOCOL, BAUD RATE, ADDRESS Protocol set
SYSTEM INFO
SYSTEM INFO
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
Description
Description
Camera setting Information
Description
select the language of OSD menu
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4-2. Function (OSD)
□ USING ICONS IN THE MENU
◆
If these icons appear in the left and right corner of a menu item, you can use
the joystick to move to the previous or next menu.
◆
(EXIT)
Exit the menu setting. Before you exits the menu setting, select SAVE to save your
settings, or select QUIT to cancel.
◆
(RET)
Return to the previous menu.
◆
(HOME)
Return to the main menu.
◆
(SAVE)
Used to save your settings of MASK AREA, PRIVACY ZONE and more. Once you save
your settings, they will remain even if you select QUIT in the menu.
◆
(DEL)
Used to delete your settings of MASK AREA, PRIVACY ZONE and more. Once you delete
your settings, they will not be restored even if you select QUIT in the menu.
◆
This icon appears in the right of a menu containing sub menu items.
□ MAIN MENU
◆ CAMERA SET
Configure Camera related functions and data.
◆ INTELLIGENCE
You can configure the settings of motion detection
and more.
◆ PRIVACY ZONE
You can configure the privacy related settings.
◆ PRESET
You can set the PRESET POSITION.
◆ OTHER SET
You can configure for Factory Defaults, and more.
◆ COMMUNICATION
Configure the settings regarding the UART communication.
◆ SYSTEM INFO.
Display the system information including the camera version and communication settings.
◆ LANGUAGE
Select a preferred one from the supported languages.
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4-2-1.CAMERA SETUP
You can configure the general settings of the module.
Select <MAIN MENU> → <CAMERA SET>.
The Camera Setup menu appears.
Change the settings as necessary, or select an item
to check.
● CAMERA ID
The CAMERA ID menu is used for you to assign a unique
name to a camera.
Use ▲▼▶◀_to select a desired character, then press
[ENTER]. In the lower input box of the screen, the selected
character will be entered.
- You can enter up to 54 characters including
alphabets, numbers and special characters.
- LOCATION : Specify the display position of the
camera ID.
When done, press [ENTER]. The camera ID will be displayed
in the specified position.
● IRIS
The IRIS menu is used if you want to adjust the intensity of radiation incoming
to the camera.
◇ ALC (Automatic Light Control)
Adjust the open and close of the iris.
- LEVEL : Select an overall brightness level.
The LEVEL menu is used to adjust the overall brightness,
where “+” will increase the brightness and “.” will decrease
it.
- BLC : With <BACKLIGHT> set to <BLC>, you can specify
the BLC area. With AREA set to <USER>, you can specify
the position and size.
If you use an ordinary camera in a scene with an intensive
back light, the object will be displayed dark on the monitor
affected by the back light. To solve this problem, you can
use the BLC(Back Light Compensation) function to improve
the sharpness of the image in such a high contrast scene.
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- WDR : If you set <BACKLIGHT> to <WDR>, you will see
a menu where you can set the WDR options. specify the
shutter speed in WDR LEVEL, and the composition level in
<WEIGHT>. Select OUTDOOR, or INDOOR in <WHITE
BAL>. The WDR feature provides an extension of the gain
range, which is useful, especially if you work on pictures
both indoors and outdoors from inside of a building.
Namely, it improves the sharpness of the picture in outdoor
scenery as well as indoor.
◇ MANUAL
Adjust the iris level manually.
The overall brightness target of a camera will be set to ALC
level 0, while the iris can be adjusted manually.
● AGC(Auto Gain Control) / MOTION
With AGC active, if the signal strength falls below the
standard level, AGC will amplify the video signal to
automatically improve the sensitivity.
If <SENS-UP> is set to <OFF> or <FIX> mode, the
<MOTION> menu will switch to <AGC>.
With the USER ( ) submenu selected, press [ENTER] to
display the corresponding screen. In this mode, you can select
from VERY LOW to VERY HIGH in 16 levels, enabling deeper,
wider choices to your convenience. With the FIX ( ) submenu
selected, press [ENTER] to display the corresponding screen.
In this mode, you can select an individualized mode in 16
levels, regardless of the brightness.
※ As long as the DAY/NIGHT menu is set to AUTO in
Camera Setup, the AGC menu is not available.
※ As long as FLICKERLESS is set to ON, the AGC mode
is not available.
※ If you set BACKLIGHT to WDR, the AGC fix mode is not
available.
※ If the DAY/NIGHT menu of the CAMERA SET is set to
AUTO, the AGC menu will be deactivated.
※ If FLICKERLESS is set to ON, the AGC FIX mode will
be disabled.
You can specify a level of AGC for controlling the camera motion. This is available only of
the SENSE UP menu is set to AUTO. Select F.FAST if you want to monitor a very fast
moving object in a low contrast scene, and S.SLOW if monitoring a very slow moving,
inanimate object in the same condition.
※ As long as DAY/NIGHT is set to <AUTO>, the <MOTION> menu is not available.
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● DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
Reduces the noise on the screen. This is especially useful for a severely distorted screen.
You can set the level if you set DNR to USER.
This module use the motion adaptive DNR algorithm. This is mixed 2D & 3D method data
depends on motion.
● SHUTTER
The SHUTTER menu is used to set the fixed high-speed electronic shutter, auto high speed
electronic shutter and external high speed electronic shutter(EXT).
You can select one of 7 options from 1/100(PAL:1/120) to 1/10K for the fixed high speed
electronic shutter, which is mostly used for imaging a fast moving object.
※ As long as SENSE UP is set to AUTO, FIXED / FLICKERLESS to ON / BACKLIGHT
to WDR, the SHUTTER menu is not available.
● SENS-UP (Low Speed shutter)
Automatically detects the ambient level of darkness in the dark or low contrast scene to
extend the accumulated time, keeping the image bright and sharp; It can be also used as
FIX mode.
※ If the SHUTTER menu is set to fixed electronic shutter mode, the SENSE UP menu
will not be available.
If FLICKERLESS is set to ON, or BACKLIGHT to WDR, the FIX mode of the SENSE
UP menu is not available.
● FLICKERLESS
If set to ON, the shutter speed will be fixed to 1/100(PAL:1/120) second. This will prevent
possible screen distortion due to a mismatch between the vertical sync frequency and the
blinking frequency of the lighting.
※ If SHUTTER is set to FIX, SENSE UP to FIX, and AGC to FIX, the <FLICKERLESS>
menu is not available.
● DIS (Digital Image Stabilization)
Digital Image Stabilization will set the anti-shake compensation.
※ If you set DIS to ON, the compensation area will be enlarged as set in the digital
zoom factor.
If you set the digital zoom factor to greater than the enlarged zoom factor for the
compensation, the DIS function will be deactivated.
● DAY/NIGHT
◇ DAY
Fixed to DAY mode, regardless of the scene.
◇ NIGHT
Fixed to NIGHT mode, regardless of the scene.
If BURST is set to <ON>, the burst signal will be output
long with the black and white composite video signal.
◇ AUTO
According to the luminance, this will switch DAY to NIGHT mode, or vice versa.
※ If you use an infrared light source while in AUTO mode, this may cause a failure in
AUTO SWITCH or AUTO FOCUS.
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- BURST : If set to <OFF>, the burst signal will not be
output in NIGHT mode.
- DAY→NIGHT BRIGHTNESS : Specify the brightness level
switching from COLOR to BW filter. Adjusting from HIGH
to LOW will cause to switch the filter in a darker screen.
- DAY→NIGHT DWELL TIME : Time required to determine
the filter switch.
- NIGHT→DAY BRIGHTNESS : Specify the brightness level
switching from BW to COLOR filter. Adjusting from HIGH
to LOW will cause to switch the filter in a darker screen.
- NIGHT→DAY DWELL TIME : Time required to determine
the filter switch.
- MASK AREA : If there exists a bright spot light source in
a night scene, you can specify the size and position as
needed. This will prevent an error in switching filter, or
failure to determine the filter switch in a night scene
where a bright spot light source exists.
Any excessively bright area in a night scene will be
masked.
※ You can specify MASK 1 and 2 simultaneously.
※ If <BACKLIGHT> is set to <BLC>, the MASK AREA
function is not available.
● WHITE BAL
If you need to adjust the color according to the ambient
illumination, you can use the <WHITE BAL> function.
- DAY : You can set the RED, and BLUE value in DAY
mode. The screen will be displayed in colors according
to your settings.
You can set the R-GAIN, and B-GAIN value only in
<AWC> mode.
- NIGHT : You can set the <WHITE BAL> according to the
ambient illumination. If NIGHT mode is set to <OFF>,
the <WHITE BAL> will operate in a mode specified in
DAY mode at all times; otherwise, the screen will switch
to a mode specified in <DAY/NIGHT>.
You can set the RED, BLUE and BRIGHTNESS value in
DAY mode. The screen will be displayed in colors
according to your settings.
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According to the specified recording mode, select a <WHITE BAL> mode with
necessary options.
- ATW1,2 : The camera can automatically adjust the color temperature in real time,
according to the ambient conditions.
(Color temperature range ATW1: 2500K ~ 9500K, ATW2 : 2000K ~ 10000K)
- AWC : Pressing [ENTER] on a desired item will perform ATW once.
※ You can set the R-GAIN/B-GAIN value.
- 3200K : Set the color temperature to 3200K.
- 5600K : Set the color temperature to 5600K.
- RED : Adjust the strength of the red color.
- BLUE : Adjust the strength of the blue color.
- R-GAIN/B-GAIN : Specify the current color temperature manually. (only in AWC state)
- BRIGHTNESS : Specify a brightness level switching from DAY mode to NIGHT mode set.
● FOCUS MODE
You can select a focus mode according to the angle that
you adjusted for camera recording.
- AF : This will monitor the screen continuously to focus
automatically. If you adjust the focus manually, that will
operate the same as in <MF>. This will also restore
focus after the operation of zoom.
- ONEAF : Restores focus after the operation of zoom,
and operates the same as in <MF> unless the operation
of zoom is executed.
- MF : You can adjust the focus manually.
※ While you are working on the following objects, <AF> may not work properly.
If this is the case, use <MF> instead.
- Very bright object, or dominant object in a dark scene
- Object against the rear side of a moist or dirty glass
- A scene where nearby and distant objects co-exist
- White wall or single-colored object
- Venetian blinds and other horizontally striped objects
● ZOOM SPEED
You can adjust the zoom operation speed.
The zoom speed is the fastest when the value is 4.
● DISPLAY ZOOM
You can set to display the zoom status on the screen.
It will disappear in about 3 seconds if the zoom factor has no further change.
● DIGITAL ZOOM
You can set the maximum allowable digital zoom ratio.
Digital Zoom will start operation after it is zoomed in to the maximum optical ratio of
x39. If you set DIGITAL ZOOM to x12, you can take a shot at up to x468 (39x12).
When you set DISPLAY ZOOM as on, you may see zoom value on the screen.
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● DETAIL
Controls the horizontal or vertical distinction.
● V-SYNC
Select the vertical sync mode for INT or LINE.
If you select INT, the camera will use the internal synchronization.
If selecting LINE, the camera will use the external power source frequency for the
synchronization. The LL-PHASE can be adjusted as appropriate.
※ No input the L-Pulse signal will fix V-SYNC to INT, which can not be changed.
● AGC COLOR SUP (AGC Color Suppression)
Adjust the color scheme according to AGC operation value.
● REVERSE
Mirrors video signals horizontally, vertically, or both.
● POSI/NEGA : +, Output as it is or mirror the video brightness signal.
● PIP (Picture In Picture)
Displays a sub image together with the main image on the same screen using the Picture
In Picture function.
※ If more than one PRIVACY ZONE is specified, and PRIVACY SET to <ON>,
the PIP function is not available.
As long as SENSE UP is set to FIXED, PIP menu is not available.
According to the luminance, PIP will disappear if the SENSE UP menu is set to AUTO.
4-2-2. INTELLIGENCE SET UP
You can set the motion detection and tracking in the
INTELLIGENCE menu.
※ In following situations, motion detection and tracking
function may not work properly.
- When there is sudden changes of brightness
- When the device moves
- When a certain object’s movement fills most of the
framing area
- When there is difficulties in distinguishing the moving
object and background.
● MOTION
- TRACKING : Detects and tracks a moving object.
- DETECTION : Detects a moving object.
● ADVANCED
If an object on the screen suddenly disappears or an object comes out of nowhere and
stays for a certain time, the area will be displayed.
※ In following situations, FIXED/MOVED detection may not work properly.
- When multiple motions continue arbitrarily.
- When the object that is fixed continues to move in the same position.
- When a newly appearing object conceals another object that is moving.
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● MASK AREA
Select the number of the area to be masked that will be
excluded from motion detection.
Select the mask number and set the mask size and its
coverage.
● DISPLAY : ON, OFF
With the DISPLAY option set to ON, a motion function will be displayed on the screen, if
detected.
● SENSITIVITY : 1~7
Set the sensitivity of the motion detection.
● RESOLUTION : 1~5
If setting it to high, the camera can detect even a trivial movement of the target.
● ALARM OUT
When selected <ON>, it outputs alarm signal when the motion
is detected and on a detection of configured advanced
function.
4-2-3. PRIVACY ZONE SETUP
You can set up to 12 privacy zones that will be hided for
privacy of the subject when recording.
Select <MAIN MENU>-<PRIVACY ZONE>.
Select the number of the zone and press [ENTER].
The Zone setup screen appears.
Select the <ZOOM> and press [ENTER].
Using ▲▼_+ to locate zoom position.
Select the <PIXEL LEVEL>.
Select the pixel level for the SIZE and LOCATION settings.
Select the <SIZE> and press [ENTER].
Using ▲▼_+, set the size of the privacy zone.
Select the <LOCATION> and press [ENTER].
Using ▲▼_+, set the position of the privacy zone.
Save the changes and move to the previous screen and
select the <STYLE>.
Select the <COLOR> and pick a desired color.
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※ Setting one or more privacy zone and enabling privacy function will disable
the PIP function.
For better privacy protection, make your privacy zone bigger than the required,
bigger by about 30%.
Video portion of mosaic pattern or colored by the privacy zone setup is not recoverable.
4-2-4. PRESET SET
This function provides preset camera settings such as zoom
and focus so to enable quicker and easier accessing and
monitoring, which supports up to 212 presets.
Select <MAIN MENU>-<PRESET>.
Select the preset number.
Select <POSITION>.
Set <PRESET ID> to <ON> and enter the name.
For entering the name, refer to “CAMERA ID”.
4-2-5. OTHER SET
● FACTORY DEFAULTS
All the settings will be restored to the factory default.
However, the settings of PROTOCOL, BAUD RATE,
ADDRESS and LANGUAGE will not be restored to the
default.
● OSD COLOR : BW, R/G/B
You can set the OSD(On-screen Display) color to COLOR
or B/W.
4-2-6. COMMUNICATION
The COMMUNICATION menu is used
regarding UART communications. Use
camera to connect to UART. Use the
specify the protocol and baud rate for
to configure the settings
the connector of the
▲▼◀▶ switch to
communications.
● PROTOCOL
SAMSUNG, PELCO-P/D, VICON, PANASONIC, PHILIPS,
ERNA, DIAMOND, VCLTP, KALATEL
● BAUD RATE : 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
※The baud rate differs, depending on the specified protocol.
● ADDRESS : 0~255
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4-2-7. SYSTEM INFORMATION
You can view the system information including the protocol,
address, baud rate, serial number, camera version, and
EEPROM version.
4-2-8. LANGUAGE SET UP
The camera supports 5 different languages. Select a preferred
language.
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Version 1.1
5. Communication
1) Connection
◆ Data Communication : Start-Stop Synchronized serial interface
◆ Data length : 8bit data
◆ Stop bit
:
1 bit
◆ Parity
:
None
◆ Baudrate
:
4800, 9600, 19200, 38400 bps ※default value : 9600 bps
2) Communication Protocol
◆ All communication data consist of nine bytes.
◆ Communication data start with A0(h).
◆ The format of the communication data is shown below.
9 Byte Fixed
Byte1
Start Code
A0H(1)
Byte 2
Sender
Address(1)
Byte 3
Target
Address(1)
Byte 4~8
Byte 9
Check sum
(1)
Command (5)
Data Byte
Type
Contents
Remarks
Byte 1
Start Code
A0H
Data Packet Starting Point
Byte 2
Sender Address
Sender address
Byte 3
Target Address
Target address
Byte 4
Byte 5
Byte 6
Command
Byte 7
Byte 8
Byte 9
Check Sum
LSB* of (FFFFH - ( Sum from Byte2 to Byte8))
※ Checksum calculating example
Example of Pan(Left) command with motor speed 20H.
In this example, camera's address is 01H.
Byte 2
Byte 3
Byte 4
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
Byte 8
Byte 9
00H
01H
01H
00H
01H
20H
00H
DCH
Sum from Byte2 to Byte8 = 23H
∴ FFFFH - 23H = FFDCH ; LSB of FFDCH=DCH
∴ Check Sum : DCH
◆ Ack. Format
Samsung communication utilizes Ack. codes. When controller sends a command,
the camera sends back an Ack. This is our basic procedure to make sure that the
communication and the camera function are properly executed.
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Version 1.1
9Byte Fixed
Byte 1
A0H(1)
Byte 2
Byte 3
Sender
Target
Address(1) Address(1)
Byte 4
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
Byte 8
Byte 9
FFH(1)
①*
②*
③*
④*
FFH
Ack.
Return Code of Camera
ACK is applicable only in case that Byte4 of the command is 03H.
Byte5, Byte6 and Byte7 of the Ack. data means as follows.
①* Byte5 of the Ack. data indicates whether the camera received command successfully.
00H : OK
01H : Error (Request Re-transmission)
②* Byte6 of the Ack. data indicates the mode in which camera is working.
Camera Mode
Byte6
Byte7
Manual
00H
00H
Menu
01H
Don't care
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◆ Camera Control Command
Command
COMMUNICA
TION
Byte4 Byte5 Byte6 Byte7 Byte8
PROTOCOL
02H
19H
03H
00H
BAUDRATE
02H
19H
00H
00H
ADDRESS
* When you change the
because some protocol
ENTER
UP
KEY(SWITCH) DOWN
SYSTEM
COMMAND
LEFT
RIGHT
RESET
FACTORY DEFAULT
REQUEST MODEL
NAME
INFORMATION
DISPLAY
OPERATION SAVE
O
O
O
O
O
FFH
O
03H
03H
02H
02H
05H
07H
00H
01H
FFH
FFH
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
00H
FFH
FFH
00H
00H
Camera reboot
Return to factory default setting
O
O
O
O
FCH
00H
00H
00H
FCH
A0 FD 00 FC 00 00 00 FC 0A
O
02H
1CH
00H
00H
**H
00H: OFF, 01H: ON
O
02H
22H
00H
00H
00H
O
02H
23H
00H
00H
O
ON
03H
17H
01H
00H
00H
FFH
03H
17H
00H
00H
FFH
02H
1BH
00H
00H
**H
00H: BW, 01H: R, 02H: G, 03H: B
O
02H
0AH
00H
00H
**H
00H: OFF, 01H: ON
O
02H
0AH
01H
*1H
*2H
*1H (CAMERA ID Sequence)
01H~36H: 0 ~ 54
*2H (String) : note the below table
O
ID SET
IRIS
Ack
OPERATION CANCEL
OSD
OFF
(MAIN MENU)
OSD COLOR
CAMERA ID
OPERATION
CAMERA
ID
02H
19H
01H
00H
protocol, maybe the baudrate
is not support some baudrate
FFH
03H
18H
00H
FFH
03H
03H
00H
FFH
03H
09H
00H
Items
00H: SAMSUNG
01H: VICON
02H: PANASONIC
03H: PHILIPS
**H
04H: PELCO-P
05H: KALATEL
06H: ERNA
07H: DIAMOND
08H: VCLTP
09H: PELCO-D
00H: 4800 bps, 01H: 9600 bps
**H
02H: 19200 bps, 03H: 38400 bps
**H
00H~FFH: 0~255
and the address will be changed automatically
and address.
FFH
FFH
O
O
00H
A
05H
F
0AH
K
0FH
P
*String Table
14H
U
19H
Z
1EH
4
23H
+
B
06H
G
0BH
L
10H
Q
15H
V
1AH
0
1FH
5
24H
9
space
28H
01H
29H
*
02H
C
07H
H
0CH
M
11H
R
16H
W
1BH
1
20H
6
25H
:
2AH
(
03H
D
08H
I
0DH
N
12H
S
17H
X
1CH
2
21H
7
26H
?
2BH
)
04H
E
09H
J
0EH
O
13H
T
18H
Y
1DH
3
22H
8
27H
-
2CH
/
00H: UP
01H: DOWN
02H: LEFT
03H: RIGHT
Iris Auto
00H~40H: -32~+32
Back Light Compensation Off
Back Light Compensation On
00H: USER
01H: BOTTOM
02H: TOP
03H: LEFT
04H: RIGHT
05H: CENTER
ID LOCATION
02H
0AH
02H
00H
**H
ALC
ALC
BLC
BLC
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
02H
00H
00H
03H
03H
00H
02H
00H
00H
00H
**H
00H
01H
BLC ON
AREA set
02H
02H
04H
00H
**H
BLC ON
AREA DISPLAY ON
02H
02H
06H
00H
**H
00H: OFF
*2H
*1H
01H:
02H:
*2H
00H:
01H:
02H:
03H:
(Auto Iris)
LEVEL
OFF
ON
BLC ON USER
SIZE & LOCATION
02H
02H
04H
*1H
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01H: ON
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
SIZE change
LOCATION change
height increase / move up
height decrease / move down
width decrease / move left
width increase / move right
O
Version 1.1
BLC ON USER AREA
Horizontal Start Point
BLC ON USER AREA
Horizontal End Point
02H
02H
07H
*Hi
*Low
0x00H ~ 0x277H
O
02H
02H
08H
*Hi
*Low
0x79H ~ 0x2B7H
O
BLC ON USER AREA
Vertical Start Point
02H
02H
09H
*Hi
*Low
0x00H ~ 0xIDIH
O
BLC ON USER AREA
Vertical End Point
02H
02H
0AH
*Hi
*Low
0x5DH ~ 0x211H
O
* The BLC USER area minimum length is 121 (0x79) ; minimum width is 94 (0x5D).
If you set the area is smaller than the minimum area, it only can display the minimum area.
02H
02H
03H
00H
02H
WDR ON
* This function can't be enabled at IRIS manual.
AGC or
MOTION
DNR
SHUTTER
WDR WEIGHT
02H
02H
05H
02H
**H
00H: LOW, 01H: MID, 02H: HIGH
O
WDR LEVEL
02H
02H
05H
03H
**H
00H~12H: -9~+9
O
WDR WHITE BAL
MANUAL IRIS
MANUAL LEVEL
IRIS OPEN
IRIS CLOSE
IRIS STOP
02H
02H
02H
01H
01H
01H
02H
02H
02H
08H
10H
00H
05H
01H
01H
00H
00H
00H
01H
00H
01H
00H
00H
00H
**H
00H
**H
00H
00H
00H
00H: INDOOR, 01H: OUTDOOR
Iris Manual
00H~40H: -32~+32
O
O
O
X
X
X
00H: OFF,
01H: VERY LOW
02H: LOW,
03H: MID
AGC LEVEL (MAX.)
02H
05H
00H
00H
**H
04H: HIGH, 05H: VERY HIGH
06H: USER,
07H: FIX
AGC USER LEVEL
02H
05H
00H
01H
**H
01H~10H: 1~16
AGC FIX LEVEL
02H
05H
00H
02H
**H
01H~10H: 1~16
00H: S.SLOW, 01H: SLOW,
MOTION
02H
05H
01H
00H
**H
02H: NORM,
03H: FAST
04H: F.FAST
*When SENS UP is OFF/FIX, AGC can be used and when SENS UP is AUTO, MOTION can be used.
*AGC/MOTION function is disabled when COLOR/BW mode is AUTO.
*This function cannot be used at WDR ON and AGC FIX,
00H: OFF, 01H: LOW, 02H: MID
DNR
02H
0BH
00H
00H
**H
03H: HIGH, 04H: USER
DNR USER LEVEL
02H
0BH
01H
00H
**H
01H~10H: 1~16
00H: OFF, 01H: 1/100(1/120),
OFF ~ ON
02H
04H
00H
00H
**H
02H: 1/250, 03H: 1/500, 04H: 1/1000,
05H: 1/2000, 06H: 1/4000, 07H: 1/10K
*This function is disabled when FLICKERLESS is ON or SENS-UP is not OFF or WDR is ON.
00H OFF
01H AUTO X2
02H AUTO X4
03H AUTO X6
04H AUTO X8
05H AUTO X12
06H AUTO X16
SENS-UP
O
OFF ~ AUTO X256
~ FIX X256
02H
03H
00H
00H
**H
07H AUTO X24
08H AUTO X32
09H AUTO X48
0AH AUTO X64
O
O
O
O
12H FIX X8
13H FIX X12
14H FIX X16
15H FIX X24
16H FIX X32
17H FIX X48
18H FIX X64
19H FIX X96
1EH 1FH -
*This function is disabled when SHUTTER is not OFF
*SENS-UP FIX mode is disabled when WDR is ON, or SHUTTER is not OFF or FLICKERLESS is ON
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O
O
10H FIX X4
11H FIX X6
1AH FIX X128
0BH AUTO X96 1BH FIX X256
0CH AUTO X128 1CH
0DH AUTO X256 1DH 0EH
0FH FIX X2
O
O
Version 1.1
FLICKERLESS
DIS
DAY/NIGHT
FLICKERLESS
02H
0CH
00H
00H
**H
00H:OFF, 01H:ON
*This function is disabled when SHUTTER is FIX or SENS-UP is FIX or AGC is FIX.
DIS
02H
15H
00H
00H
**H
00H:OFF, 01H:ON
*When zoom ratio is more than 45x including DZOOM, DIS function becomes automatically OFF.
00H: DAY, 01H: NIGHT
DISPLAY
02H
06H
00H
00H
**H
02H: AUTO
BURST
02H
06H
01H
00H
**H
00H:OFF, 01H:ON
DAY/NIGHT AUTO
DAY → NIGHT
02H
06H
02H
00H
**H
00H:LOW, 01H:MID, 02H:HIGH
BRIGHTNESS
DAY/NIGHT AUTO
00H: 2sec, 01H: 3sec, 02H: 5sec
DAY → NIGHT
02H
06H
02H
01H
**H
03H: 10sec, 04H: 15sec, 05H: 20sec
DWELL TIME
06H: 25sec, 07H: 30sec
DAY/NIGHT AUTO
NIGHT → DAY
02H
06H
02H
02H
**H
00H: LOW,
01H: MID, 02H: HIGH
BRIGHTNESS
DAY/NIGHT AUTO
00H: 2sec, 01H: 3sec, 02H: 5sec
NIGHT → DAY
02H
06H
02H
03H
**H
03H: 10sec, 04H: 15sec, 05H: 20sec
DWELL TIME
06H: 25sec, 07H: 30sec
**1H
DAY/NIGHT AUTO
00H: AREA1, 01H: AREA2
MASK AREA
02H
06H
03H
*1H
*2H
*2H
OPERATION
00H: OFF, 01H: ON
**1H
DAY/NIGHT AUTO
00H: AREA1, 01H: AREA2
MASK AREA
02H
06H
06H
*1H
*2H
*2H
MENU DISPLAY
00H: OFF, 01H: ON
*1H
01H: SIZE change
02H: LOCATION change
DAY/NIGHT AUTO
*2H
MASK AREA NO. 2
02H
06H
04H
*1H
*2H
00H: height increase / move up
SIZE & LOCATION
01H: height decrease / move Down
02H: width decrease / move left
03H: width increase / move right
*1H
01H: SIZE change
02H: LOCATION change
DAY/NIGHT AUTO
*2H
MASK AREA NO. 1
02H
06H
05H
*1H
*2H
00H: height increase / move up
SIZE & LOCATION
01H: height decrease / move Down
02H: width decrease / move left
03H: width increase / move right
MASK AREA 1
02H
06H
07H
*Hi
*Low 0x00H ~ 0x278H
Horizontal Start Point
MASK AREA 1
02H
06H
08H
*Hi
*Low 0x78H ~ 0x2B7H
Horizontal End Point
MASK AREA 1
02H
06H
09H
*Hi
*Low 0x00H ~ 0x1D1H
Vertical Start Point
MASK AREA 1
02H
06H
0AH
*Hi
*Low 0x5DH ~ 0x211H
Vertical End Point
MASK AREA 2
02H
06H
17H
*Hi
*Low 0x00H ~ 0x278H
Horizontal Start Point
MASK AREA 2
02H
06H
18H
*Hi
*Low 0x78H ~ 0x2B7H
Horizontal End Point
MASK AREA 2
02H
06H
19H
*Hi
*Low 0x00H ~ 0x1D1H
Vertical Start Point
MASK AREA 2
02H
06H
1AH
*Hi
*Low 0x5DH ~ 0x211H
Vertical End Point
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O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Version 1.1
* When BACKLIGHT is BLC, the MASK AREA is disable
* The Mask area only can be used in AUTO mode
* The area maximum length is 239 ( 0xEF) ; maximum width is 188 (0xBC)
If you set the area is larger than the maximum area, it only can display the maximum area
* The area minimum length is 120 (0x78) ; minimum width is 94 (0x5D)
If you set the area is smaller than the minimum area, it only can display the minimum area
WHITE
BALANCE
FOCUS
ZOOM
DIGITAL
ZOOM
DAY/NIGHT state
select
02H
07H
10H
00H
**H
00H: Day
01H: Night
O
DAY MODE
02H
07H
00H
00H
**H
00H: ATW1, 01H: ATW2, 02H: AWC
03H: 3200K, 04H: 5600K
O
O
DAY RED
02H
07H
01H
00H
**H
00H~40H: -32~+32
DAY BLUE
02H
07H
01H
01H
**H
00H~40H: -32~+32
DAY AWC R-GAIN
02H
07H
02H
**Hi
**Low 000H~3FFH: 0~1023
**Low 000H~3FFH: 0~1023
DAY AWC B-GAIN
02H
07H
03H
**Hi
DAY AWC shot
02H
07H
04H
00H
01H
NIGHT MODE
02H
07H
05H
00H
**H
O
O
O
O
00H: ATW1, 01H: ATW2, 02H: AWC
03H: 3200K, 04H: 5600K, 05H: OFF
O
NIGHT BRIGHTNESS
02H
07H
0AH
00H
**H
00H: LOW, 01H: MID, 02H: HIGH
O
NIGHT RED
02H
07H
06H
00H
**H
00H~40H: -32~+32
O
NIGHT BLUE
02H
07H
06H
01H
**H
00H~40H: -32~+32
NIGHT AWC R-GAIN
02H
07H
07H
**Hi
**Low 000H~3FFH: 0~1023
NIGHT AWC B-GAIN
02H
07H
08H
**Hi
**Low 000H~3FFH: 0~1023
NIGHT AWC shot
02H
07H
09H
00H
01H
* When AGC is OFF or FIX cannot select NIGHT mode
* After sending the DAY/NIGHT state selection command, the screen of camera changes according to
the selected state that do not change according to the current state.
When sending the save command, the screen changes depending on the current state.
FOCUS
02H
08H
00H
00H
**H
00H:ONEAF, 01H:AF, 02H:MF
FOCUS LIMIT
02H
08H
01H
00H
**H
00H: 5 cm, 01H: 20 cm
FOCUS FAR
01H
01H
00H
00H
00H FOCUS FAR
FOCUS NEAR
01H
02H
00H
00H
00H FOCUS NEAR
FOCUS STOP
01H
03H
00H
00H
00H FOCUS STOP
FOCUS DIRECT
80H
00H
00H
**Hi
**Low 0x7526 ~ 0x8900
* FOCUS STOP command must be used after sending FOCUS NEAR and FOCUS FAR command.
ZOOM SPEED
02H
1DH
00H
00H
**H
0H~03H: 1~4
ZOOM TELE
01H
20H
00H
00H
00H ZOOM TELE
ZOOM WIDE
01H
40H
00H
00H
00H ZOOM WIDE
ZOOM STOP
01H
30H
00H
00H
00H ZOOM STOP
ZOOM DIRECT
10H
00
00
**Hi
**Low Value : 0x80E6 ~ 0x9B00
ZOOM RATIO
02H
1DH
01H
00H
**H
00H: OFF,
01H: ON
DISPLAY
* ZOOM STOP command must be used after sending ZOOM WIDE and ZOOM TELE command.
DZOOMDATA_OFF(x1)
00H
DZOOMDATA_x2
01H
DZOOMDATA_x3
02H
DZOOMDATA_x4
03H
DZOOMDATA_x5
04H
DIGITAL ZOOM
DZOOMDATA_x6
05H
02H
0EH
01H
00H
**H
RATIO (MAX.)
DZOOMDATA_x7
06H
DZOOMDATA_x8
07H
DZOOMDATA_x9
08H
DZOOMDATA_x10
09H
DZOOMDATA_x11
0AH
DZOOMDATA_x12
0BH
DIGITAL ZOOM
DZOOM value 0x00H ~ 0xEBH
64H
00H
00H
00H
*H
DIRECT
* This function is disabled when D-ZOOM OFF.
This value is depending on the D-ZOOM ratio, D-ZOOM ratio of the max DZOOM value is different.
* If DZOOM DIRECT command can be sent, the zoom operates optical zoom max. value automatically
and operates to the DZOOM.
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O
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
X
O
X
X
O
X
O
O
X
Version 1.1
DETAIL
V-SYNC
AGC COLOR
REVERSE
POSI/NEGA
PIP
DETAIL
02H
0FH
00H
00H
**H
00H~03H: 0~3
00H: INT, 01H: LINE LOCK
NTSC 000H~20CH: -262~+262
V-SYNC PHASE
02H
10H
01H
**Hi
**Low
PAL
000H~270H: -312~+312
* When power is DC, LINE LOCK is disabled automatically.
AGC COLOR
02H
11H
00H
00H
**H
00H:LOW, 01H:MID, 02H:HIGH
SUPPRESSION
REVERSE
02H
12H
00H
00H
**H
00H: OFF, 01H: H, 02H V, 03H: H/V
POSI/NEGA
02H
13H
00H
00H
**H
00H:POSI, 01H:NEGA
O
V-SYNC
02H
10H
00H
00H
**H
O
PIP
O
02H
14H
00H
00H
**H
00H:OFF, 01H:ON
O
O
O
O
* This function is disabled when privacy zone is ON, and this PIP disappears when SENS-UP is operated.
IMAGE STILL IMAGE STILL
02H
26H
01H
00H
**H
00H: OFF, 01H: ON
O
LENS
INITIALIZATION
02H
24H
00H
00H
00H
O
INTELLIGENCE
MOTION DETECTION
02H
16H
00H
00H
**H
00H: OFF, 01H: TRACKING,
02H: DETECTION
O
MOTION ADVANCED
02H
16H
01H
00H
**H
00H:OFF, 01H:FIXED/MOVED
O
MOTION DISPLAY ON
02H
16H
03H
00H
**H
00H:OFF, 01H:ON
O
MOTION SENSITIVITY
02H
16H
04H
00H
**H
00H~06H: 1~7
O
RESOLUTION
02H
16H
05H
00H
**H
O
ALARM OUT
02H
16H
06H
*1H
*2H
00H~04H: 1~5
*1
00H: MOTION DETECTION
01H: FIXED/MOVED
*2
00H:OFF, 01H:ON
MOTION
MASK AREA
OPERATION
02H
16H
02H
*1H
MOTION
MASK AREA
MENU (All) DISPLAY
02H
16H
0AH
00H
MOTION
MASK AREA
MENU Select
02H
16H
09H
*1H
*2H
*1
00H~03H: MASK AREA1~4
*2
00H: OFF, 01H: ON
O
*H
*H: 00H: OFF, 01H: ON
O
*2H
*1
00H~03H: MASK AREA1~4
*2
00H: OFF, 01H: ON
O
MOTION
MASK AREA
SIZE
02H
16H
07H
*1H
*2H
MOTION
MASK AREA
LOCATION
02H
16H
08H
*1H
*2H
*MOTION ADVANCED is disabled when MOTION DETECTION
PRIVACY SET
02H
17H
00H
00H
**H
STYLE
02H
17H
02H
00H
**H
PRIVACY
MASK
O
*1 MASK AREA NO
00H ~ 03H : MASK NO.1~4
*2: SIZE adjust
00H: height increase
01H: height decrease
02H: width decrease
03H: width increase
*1 MASK AREA NO
00H ~ 03H: MASK NO.1~4
*2 LOCATION adjust
00H: UP move
01H: DOWN move
02H: LEFT move 03H: RIGHT move
is DETECTION.
00H: OFF, 01H:ON
00H~03H: MOSAIC1~4, 04H: COLOR
O
O
O
O
STYLE COLOR
Y-LEVEL
02H
17H
02H
01H
**H
00H~DBH: 0~219
O
STYLE COLOR RED
02H
17H
02H
02H
**H
00H~E0H: 0~224
O
STYLE COLOR BLUE
02H
17H
02H
03H
**H
00H~E0H: 0~224
O
PIXEL LEVEL
PRIVACY
MASK AREA
MENU DISPLAY
02H
17H
05H
00H
**H
00H~07H: 1~8
O
02H
17H
01H
*1H
*2H
*1: 00H~0BH(1~12)
*2: 00H:OFF, 01H:ON
O
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Version 1.1
PRIVACY
MASK AREA
SIZE
02H
17H
03H
*1H
*2H
PRIVACY
MASK AREA
LOCATION
02H
17H
04H
*1H
*2H
*1 MASK AREA NO
00H ~ 0BH: Mask NO.1~12
*2: SIZE adjust
00H: height increase
01H: height decrease
02H: width increase
03H: width decrease
*1 MASK AREA NO
00H ~ 0BH: MASK NO.1~12
*2 LOCATION adjust
00H: UP move
01H: DOWN move
02H: LEFT move 03H: RIGHT move
Byte 7
Horizonal Point 1
02H
17H
07H
*1H
*2H
Horizonal Point 2
02H
17H
08H
*1H
*2H
Vertical Point 1
02H
17H
09H
*1H
*2H
Vertical Point 2
PRESET
02H
17H
0AH
*1H
*2H
O
Byte 8
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 10
Pri NO.
*Hi
*Low
Pri NO.: 0x0H ~ 0xBH
Vertical point value: *Hi ~ *Low
0x00h ~ 0x124H
PRIVACY MASK
AREA SAVED DATA
PRIVACY MASK No. : 0x0H ~ 0xBH
02H
17H
06H
00H
*H
DELETE
* REVERSE
OFF : the left bottom corner (0,0)
H : the right bottom corner (0,0)
H/V : the right top corner (0,0)
V
: the left top corner (0,0)
* Using the PRIVACY MASK AREA SAVED DATA DELETE command, the Privacy point will be
direct deleted even though not used the save command.
PRESET SAVE
FFH
FFH **(PRESET No.)
03H
50H
**H
PRESET MOVE
FFH
FFH **(PRESET No.)
03H
19H
**H
PRESET DELETE
FFH
FFH **(PRESET No.)
03H
51H
**H
HOME RETURN
02H
21H
00H
00H
**H
00H~47H: OFF,1~60 min., 2~12 hour
*1H
PRESET ID
00H~FFH: PRESET No.0~255
02H
1FH
00H
*1H
*2H
OPERATION
*2H
00H:OFF, 01H:ON
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O
Byte 8
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 10
Pri NO.
*Hi
*Low
Pri NO.: 0x0H ~ 0xBH
Vertical point value: *Hi ~ *Low
0x00h ~ 0x124H
Byte 7
O
Byte 8
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 10
Pri NO.
*Hi
*Low
Pri NO.: 0x0H ~ 0xBH
Horizontal point value : *Hi ~ *Low
0x00h ~ 0x2E8H
Byte 7
O
Byte 8
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 10
Pri NO.
*Hi
*Low
Pri NO.: 0x0H ~ 0xBH
Horizontal point value : *Hi ~ *Low
0x00h ~ 0x2E8H
Byte 7
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Version 1.1
PRESET ID
MENU DISPLAY
02H
20H
*1H
*2H
*3H
*1H
00H~FFH: PRESET No.0~255
*2H (PRESET ID Sequence)
01H~0CH: 0 ~ 12
*3H (String)
O
00H
A
05H
F
0AH
K
0FH
P
*String Table
14H
U
19H
Z
1EH
4
23H
+
B
06H
G
0BH
L
10H
Q
15H
V
1AH
0
1FH
5
24H
9
space
28H
01H
29H
*
02H
C
07H
H
0CH
M
11H
R
16H
W
1BH
1
20H
6
25H
:
2AH
(
03H
D
08H
I
0DH
N
12H
S
17H
X
1CH
2
21H
7
26H
?
2BH
)
04H
E
09H
J
0EH
O
13H
T
18H
Y
1DH
3
22H
8
27H
-
2CH
/
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE SELECT
02H
1EH
00H
00H
**H
CCD
DEFECT
COMPENSATION
55H
40H
00H
00H
00H
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NTSC-1 MODEL
00H: English,
01H: French
02H: Spanish, 03H: Japanese
04H: Portuguese
PAL-1 MODEL
00H: English,
01H: French
02H: German
03H: Spanish
04H: Italian
CHINA MODEL
00H: Chinese
O
O
Version 1.1
◆ Camera Inquiry Command
Command
Byte4 Byte5 Byte6 Byte7 Byte8
POSITION
50H
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
MAGNIFICATION
60H
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
POSITION
63H
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
DAY
RED,BLUE Gain value
61H
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
NIGHT
RED,BLUE Gain value
62H
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
65H
* ◇◇ Byte 4 ~ Byte 8 value
Byte 4
Byte 5
FFH
ZOOM
FOCUS
AWC
Horizontal & Vertical
Value
00 61 ◆◆ ◆◆ ◇◇ ◇◇
◆◆" Red Gain value
◇◇" Blue Gain value
00 62 ◆◆ ◆◆ ◇◇ ◇◇
◆◆" Red Gain value
◇◇" Blue Gain value
00 ◇◇ ◇◇ ◇◇ ◇◇ ◇◇
Byte 7
Byte 8
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Horizontal Start Point
Horizontal End Point
Vertical Start Point
Vertical End Point
66H
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
A0 00 00 66 ◆◆ ◆◆ ◇◇ ◇◇
"◆◆ ◆◆" Horizontal Start Point value
"◇◇ ◇◇" Horizontal End Point value
Vertical Value
67H
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
A0 00 00 67 ◆◆ ◆◆ ◇◇ ◇◇
"◆◆ ◆◆" Vertical Start Point value
"◇◇ ◇◇" Vertical End Point value
68H
FFH
FFH
Byte 4
FFH A0 00 00 ◇◇ ◇◇ ◇◇ ◇◇ ◇◇
* ◇◇ Byte 4 ~ Byte 8 value
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
Byte 8
FFH
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Horizontal Start Point
Horizontal End Point
Vertical Start Point
Vertical End Point
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Horizontal Value
69H
FFH
Vertical Value
6AH
FFH
6BH
FFH
Horizontal & Vertical
Value
INTELLIGENCE
Byte 6
00 63 00 00 ◇◇ ◇◇
◇◇" FOCUS value
Horizontal Value
Horizontal & Vertical
Value
FILTER_
AUTO
MASK2_
AREA
A0 00
"◇◇
A0 00
"◆◆
"◇◇
A0 00
"◆◆
"◇◇
A0 00
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
BLC USER
AREA
FILTER_
AUTO
MASK1_
AREA
Items
A0 00 00 70 ◆◆ ◆◆ ◇◇ ◇◇
"◇◇ ◇◇" Zoom Position value
"◆◆ ◆◆" DZoom Position value
A0 00 00 60 00 00 ◇◇ ◇◇
"◇◇ ◇◇" Zoom Magnification value
: Return value (x1 ~ x468)
Byte 4
FFH
FFH
FFH
A0 00 00 69 ◆◆ ◆◆ ◇◇ ◇◇
"◆◆ ◆◆" Horizontal Start Point value
"◇◇ ◇◇" Horizontal End Point value
A0 00 00 6A ◆◆ ◆◆ ◇◇ ◇◇
"◆◆ ◆◆" Vertical Start Point value
"◇◇ ◇◇" Vertical End Point value
FFH
FFH
FFH A0 00 00 ◇◇ ◇◇ ◇◇ ◇◇ ◇◇
* ◇◇ Byte 4 ~ Byte 8 value
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
Byte 8
FFH
FFH
FFH
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Horizontal Start Point
Horizontal End Point
Vertical Start Point
Vertical End Point
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Horizontal Value
6CH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
A0 00 00 6C ◆◆ ◆◆ ◇◇ ◇◇
"◆◆ ◆◆" Horizontal Start Point value
"◇◇ ◇◇" Horizontal End Point value
Vertical Value
6DH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
A0 00 00 6D ◆◆ ◆◆ ◇◇ ◇◇
"◆◆ ◆◆" Vertical Start Point value
"◇◇ ◇◇" Vertical End Point value
ALARM State
6EH
FFH
FFH
FFH
FFH
A0 00 00 6E 00 00 00 ◆◆
"◆◆" : 00 → ALARM OFF
"◆◆" : 01 → ALARM ON
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Version 1.1
◆ Pan/Tilt angle decide the privacy area display ( NO Ack. Signal )
Command
Byte4 Byte5 Byte6 Byte7 Byte8
02H
PAN/TILT
ANGLE
25H
**H
**H
**H
* Byte6 ~ 8 value
Byte6
pan_high
Items
Received the current pan/tilt value, the
privacy zone display area will be changed
automatically.
Byte7
pan_low
(bit 5~12)
(bit 1~4)
Pan input range
0 ~ 3590 (0X000 ~ 0XE06)
Byte8
tilt_high
(bit 5~12)
tilt_low
(bit 1~4)
Tilt input range
0~3590 (0X000 ~ 0XE06)
※ When Pan/Tilt angle is changed, always send the Pan/Tilt angle to ZM395 set.
Because the privacy zone need the current Pan/Tilt angle to display when you set the privacy zone.
Use the protocol is like the above.
ex) when the Pan angle is 180° and Tilt angle is 30°, send the protocol is like : 02 25 70 81 2C.
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