EverFocus EHD150 User`s manual

EHD150
1/3” B/W Rugged Dome Camera
User’s Manual
and
Operation Instructions
Notice
This manual is presented to the users of EHD150 by EverFocus Electronics
Corp. With years of engineering researches, EverFocus has spared no effort
to provide the high quality products to the worldwide users. For the policy
of continual product improvement, EverFocus reserves the right to make
changes to the product specifications and documentation without notice. All
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Meanwhile, please be advised that every step of operation must follow the
instruction of this manual to keep EHD150 working under the best condition.
Please notice that EverFocus will not be charged any claims or renewing
cases resulted from inappropriate operation.
Table of Contents
Safety Warning …………………………………………1
Introduction……………………………………………..2
Specification…………………………………………….3
Installation Instructions………………………….….…4
Dip Switch Functions…………………………….….…8
Safety Warning
1. 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.
2. Do not install the camera in the high temperature environment.
Installed the camera away from stoves, or other heat generating
devices as the high temperature could cause deformation,
discoloration or other damages of the camera. Install the
camera at where the temperature range will stay between -46
to 50 (-50 to 122 ).
3. Never face the camera toward the sun.
Never aim the camera at the sun or other extremely bright objects
whether it is in use or not.
4. Cleaning
Do not touch the surface of CCD 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 CCD
sensor and the camera lens. When the camera is not in use, put
the cover cap on the lens mount.
5. Heater
Heater elements could be very hot!! Heaters are located inside
the camera housing and will active automatically while the
environment temperature is below 10 . Do not touch the heater
element while it’s active.
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Introduction
The most technically advanced EHD150 is the newest vandal-resistant B/W
Rugged Dome Camera from EverFocus Electronics. The B/W Rugged Dome
Camera can withstand a blow from a 10-pound sledgehammer and has a built-in
heater that allows for operation in low temperatures. It is perfect for all
high-profile crime-prone applications such as building entrances, retail stores,
and shopping malls. The extremely EHD150 is unquestionably one of the
world's toughest cameras and is your best choice for vandal resistance.
Main Features :
Designed with advanced digital signal processing circuitry for high image
quality.
The high sensitivity of 0.06 lux/F=1.6 is achieved by high –resolution 1/3”
interline transfer CCD.
DC12V or AC24V switches automatically power supply; Line Lock for
AC24V.
S/N Ratio reaches 48 dB or more.
Both board lens and vari-focal lens (3.5~8mm or 9~22mm) are available.
Compact size: 130mm x 130 mm x 98.9mm
Polycarbonate base withstand the impact of a 10 pounds sledgehammer,
smoke color or clear as option.
Unique security screw locked
Operating temperature –46 ~ +50 deg Celsius.
Heater triggered when temperature less than 10 deg Celsius.
Speci2fication
Pickup device:
1/3” interline transfer CCD
Picture element:
NTSC :768(H) × 494(V)
PAL: 752(H)×582(V)
Horizontal resolution:
560 TV lines
Sensitivity:
0.06 lux / F=1.6
S/N ratio:
>48dB(AGC off)
Weatherproof ratings:
Electronic shutter:
IP66
1/60(1/50)~1/100,000(Board lens only)
IRIS Control:
Auto (vari-focal lens only)
Auto gain control:
on/off switch
Back light comp:
on/off switch
Line Lock:
on/off switch for 24VAC
Gamma correction:
0.45
Video output:
1.0Vp-p,75ohm
Power source:
12VDC+/-10%, 24VAC+/-10%
Power Consumption:
5W Max.
(15W when heater active; thermostatically controlled)
Sync.mode:
Internal Sync. /Line lock (Only AC24V)
Dimension:
130mm x 130mm x 98.9mm
Lens:
Board lens f=3.6, F=2.0
Vari-focal F=3.5~8mm, F=1.6
Heater auto activated temperature: 10 , Heater optional
Operating temperature:
Weight:
-46
to +50
1.7kg
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Installation Instructions
1. Loosen the 4 fix screws on the housing cover by using the attached wrench
(Figure 1). Carefully uncap the housing cover as the direction shown below
(Figure 2), please pay attention not to damage the lens. To remove the
housing cover, push the hinges to the bottom of the bracket, the hinges can
be easily removed from the bracket.
Figure 1
Figure 2
2. Remove the camera.
Vari-Focal Lens
Heater
Board Lens
Locking Screws
Figure 3
To remove the camera, first unplug the wire connection on the back of the
camera. Then loosen the 2 locking screws on the camera base, push the
camera base to the right (toward heater direction, as shown in Figure 3),
remove the camera from the mounting base. Reinstall the camera and the
cable while the base mounting is completed.
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3. Mounting the base.
Side conduit entry
Conduit plug setscrew
Back conduit entry
Mounting Setscrew
Mounting Setscrew
Mounting Setscrew
Mounting Setscrew
Figure 4
Attach the base to the wall or ceiling, fix the base by the 4 setscrews
attached in the accessory pack. The dome is weighted 1.7kg, please make
sure if the mounting is strengthened enough to support it, if not,
please reinforce the mounting according to the environment.
Note: The diameter of the screw hole isψ4.7mm.
Back conduit entry (PF1/2)
The camera comes with a conduit plug
pre-installed in the PF 1/2 conduit entry
on the side. The screw can be removed
and installed in the back conduit entry.
Loosen the conduit plug setscrew (as
Conduit plug
Side conduit entry (PF1/2)
shown in Figure 5) before removing the
conduit plug.
Figure 5
Caution: To prevent moisture leaking into the housing, apply an
appropriate gasket or sealant around the conduit connection.
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4. Wire Connection
Termination Board
Micro Switch for Alarm trigger
Power In
GND
Alarm COM
Alarm NO
V. Phase Adjustment VR
Video
DC12V
(+) or AC24V
Power In
DC12V
(-) or AC24V
Alarm NC
Figure 6
Connect the power supply cable (AC24V/DC12V), video output and alarm
output to the proper connectors shown as Figure 6.
The V. Phase adjustment screw is located on the termination board.
The
vertical phase may require adjustment to synchronize the vertical phase of
the camera with other camera in the system when it is to be used in the
line-lock sync mode. Make the adjustment when the vertical phase of the
camera does not match with other cameras.
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5. View Angel Adjustment
The camera can be rotated 360 horizontally, and the vertical view angle
is 140 (as shown in Figure 7). Adjust the proper camera view angel as
needed. If a vari-focal lens is used, you may adjust the focus and zoom of
the lens to bring the object in focus. Be sure to loosen the locking screws
on the lens before you do the adjustments.
.
140°
Lens fixing Screws
360°
Figure 7
Dip Switch7 Functions
ALC
Video
GND
Video
GND
ON
ON
LEVEL
OFF
LL
AGC
BLC
FL
OFF
LL
AGC
BLC
FL
ES
Board Lens
Vari-Focal Lens
LL (Line-Lock) Off/On
To select the sync mode between Internal Sync.(LL off) and Line-Lock (LL
on).
Set the line-lock off, the camera will synchronize to the internal time base.
Set the line-lock on, the camera’s vertical synchronization can be driven by
the AC signal in the power lines.
Note: Line-Lock sync mode operation is possible only when used with an
AC power source; it’s not possible with a DC power source.
The default setting is ON.
AGC (Automatic Gain Control) Off/On
AGC ON: The sensitivity increases automatically when light is low.
AGC OFF: A-low-noise picture is obtained under a low light condition.
The default setting is ON.
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BLC (Back Light Compensation) On/Normal
When BLC is turned on, the AGC, ES and IRIS operating point is
determined by averaging over the center area instead of entire field-of-view,
so that a dimly-lit foreground object at center area can be clearly
distinguished from brightly-lit backgrounds.
BLC should not be used unless it is needed to compensate for back-lit.
The default setting is Normal.
FL (Flickerless Function) On/Normal
When picture flicker fiercely, turn FL on, then the camera will stabilize the
speed of electronic shutter at 1/100(NTSC) or 1/120(PAL) automatically,
and reduce the flicker immediately.
The default setting is Normal.
ES (Electronic Shutter) Off/On
ES ON: The camera continuously adjusts the shutter speed from 1/60
(NTSC), 1/50 (PAL) second to 1/100,000 second according to the
luminance conditions of the scene.
ES OFF: The shutter speed is fixed at 1/60 (NTSC), 1/50 (PAL) second.
Set ES OFF, when auto iris lens is used or flicker is observed under a very
bright fluorescent lamp. Otherwise, turn ES on for optimum performance.
The default setting is ON.
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IRIS Level Adjustment
Brightness Level can be adjusted from the IRIS level VR while using the
direct drive lens.
Turn counterclockwise to L to get darker picture.
Turn clockwise to H to get brighter picture.
IRIS ALC Adjustment
To select light metering method –
Turn the IRIS ALC Adjustment VR counterclockwise for Average
Metering.
Turn the IRIS ALC Adjustment VR clockwise for Peak Metering.
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