DOWNLOAD GANZ ZC-D5212NHA PRODUCT MANUAL

DOWNLOAD GANZ ZC-D5212NHA PRODUCT MANUAL
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Thank you for your purchase of this product. Before operating the product,
please read this instruction manual carefully to ensure proper use of the
product. Please store this instruction manual in a safe place for future
reference.
(2)
To prevent fire or electrical shock, UL listed class 2 wiring should be used for the
12V DC or 24V AC input terminal.
(3) Be sure to connect each lead to the appropriate terminal. Wrong connection may
cause malfunction and / or damage to the video camera.
(4) Do not attempt to aim the camera at the sun or other extremely bright objects that
cause smear to appear irrespective of whether the camera is operating or not. This
can damage the CCD (Charge Coupled Device).
(5) Do not place the camera in the following locations.
 Locations subject to extremely high or low temperatures.
(Operating temperature range: -10°C to +50°C {14°F to 122°F})
(Storage temperature range: -20°C to +60°C {-4°F to 140°F})
 Locations subject to high levels of humidity and dust.
(Operating humidity range: max 85% {No condensation})
(Storage humidity range: max 95% {No condensation})
 Locations where there are large amounts of water vapor and steam.
(6) Ensure the location selected is sufficiently strong enough to support the weight of
the camera and is free from vibration.
(7) When this camera is installed near equipment that emits a strong electromagnetic
field, some irregularity such as noise on the monitor screen may happen.
(8) Be sure to use screws suitable for the type of material to which the camera is
being mounted.
(9) Do not allow the camera to be subjected to strong impacts or shocks. The camera
could be damaged by improper handling or storage.
(10) Never attempt to disassemble or modify the camera.
(11) If an abnormality should occur, immediately turn off the power and consult your
dealer.
CONTENTS
PRODUCT FEATURES ............................................................................ EG-2
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ......................................................................... EG-2
PARTS DESCRIPTION ............................................................................ EG-3
INSTALLATION AND ADJUSTMENT ...................................................... EG-4
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................. EG-11
PRODUCT FEATURES
 High resolution surveillance camera with a built-in 1/3-type CCD.
 Integrated varifocal lens allows for versatile application and easy installation.
 D D/N (Digital Day/Night) function provides a bright picture even in low light
conditions.
 Surface or embedded installation.
 Manual pan/tilt/rotation mechanism.
 Accept either 12V DC or 24V AC power input. (Automatic switching)
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The installation should be made by a qualified service person and should conform to all
local codes.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to following
two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
This symbol indicates that there is a possibility of death or damage to operator
or others.
To prevent fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
CAUTIONS
This symbol indicates that there is a possibility of injury or damage to
equipment.
(1)
Use only 24V AC power supply marked class 2 or +12V DC regulated power
supply marked class 2.
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PARTS DESCRIPTION
 Exterior
Surface mount cover
Body cover
 Camera body interior
Inner cover
WSC switch (This switch is for use in servicing
the product. Do not use it.)
Positioning of the lens body
Line phase
angle/focus lever varies depending
adjustment volume
on the lens. The levers are marked
Lens
Video output
with the following guides. Please
connector for
refer to these marks for operation
service monitor
when using the product.
cable
N
: Focus adjustment lever
W
T
D D/N switch
: View angle adjustment lever
Coaxial video cable
Camera body
Coaxial
video cable
Dome cover
 Accessories
Mode setting switch
Power input terminal
Service monitor cable
Adapter ring
DC iris
adjustment
volume
M4 x 20 2 pcs.
Self-tapping screws
Removing and attaching the cover
 Dome cover
To remove : Pull the cover away.
To attach : Insert the cover and push it gently until you hear a click.
 Body cover
To remove : Insert a flat-bladed screwdriver into the groove between the
camera body and the body cover, then twist the screwdriver.
To attach : Align the corrugations on the camera body and body cover,
then push until you hear a click.
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INSTALLATION AND ADJUSTMENT
 Attaching the unit
 Installation and adjustment process
You can use the following three methods to attach the unit. Please use the
method that best fits the conditions of the area in which you want to install
the unit.
Use the following steps to attach and adjust the unit.
Drilling holes in the ceiling/wall
 Attaching to the surface of the ceiling or wall
Use this method to attach the
unit to the surface of the ceiling
or wall.
(page EG-5)
 Embedding in the ceiling or wall
Use this method to attach the
unit by embedding it in the ceiling
or wall.
(page EG-6)
● Be sure to use the adapter ring to
attach the camera.
Attaching the camera body
(Depending on the
method of attachment,
page EG-5, EG-6)
Connecting the cables
(Page EG-7)
Setting the mode setting switch
(Page EG-7)
Attaching the service monitor
(Page EG-8)
Adjusting the camera direction
(Page EG-8)
Adjusting the view angle, focus and iris
(Page EG-9)
Adjusting the line phase
(When using an AC24V 60Hz power source
in the line lock mode)
 Attaching to a 4S junction box
Use this method to attach the
unit when a 4S junction box is
available.
(page EG-6)
(Page EG-9)
Adjusting the DC iris level
(Page EG-9)
Setting the D D/N switch
(Page EG-10)
● Be sure to use the adapter ring to
attach the camera.
Installation and adjustment complete
(Page EG-10)
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 Attaching to the surface of the ceiling or wall
 Running cables on the exterior surface of the ceiling or wall
This section explains how to install the unit where cables are running
through the interior of the ceiling or wall. When running cables on the
exterior surface of the ceiling or wall, please drill holes in the ceiling or wall
as directed in step 1, then refer to “Running cables on the exterior surface
of the ceiling or wall” on the right.
1
2
To run cables on the exterior surface of the ceiling or wall, use the following
procedure to attach the camera body.
 Remove the surface mount cover from the camera body.
Hold the body cover and
turn the surface mount
cover in a counterclockwise direction until you
hear a click.
Drilling holes in the ceiling or wall
Use the template included to mark out the position on the ceiling or wall where
you want to install the unit.
● When running cables through the interior of the ceiling or wall
Use the template, and drill two holes for screws (Screw A) used to attach
the camera body and one hole for the cables (Cables).
● When running cables on the exterior surface of the ceiling or wall
Use the template, and drill two holes for screws (Screw A) used to attach
the camera body.
 Remove the marked area on rear surface of the camera body and the surface
mount cover to open holes for the cables to pass through.
Attaching the camera body
Rear surface of the camera body
Remove the body cover and attach the camera body to the ceiling or wall.
● Please use fixing screws suitable for the material of the ceiling or wall when
attaching the camera body. We recommend using screws with a 4mm
diameter.
Surface mount cover
Bend and remove this area.
 Attach the surface mount cover to the camera body.
 Remove the body cover and attach the
camera body to the ceiling or wall.
● Pass the cable through the holes you
prepared in Step 2 above.
● Please use fixing screws suitable
for the material of the ceiling or wall
when attaching the camera body. We
recommend using screws with a 4mm
diameter.
When you finish attaching the camera, refer to page EG-7.
Pass the cable through here.
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 Embedding in the ceiling or wall
 Attaching to a 4S junction box
Be sure to use the adapter ring when embedding the unit in the ceiling or
wall.
1
Be sure to use the adapter ring to attach the camera body when embedding
it in the 4S junction box.
1
Drilling holes in the ceiling or wall
Use the template included to mark out the position on the ceiling or wall where
you want to install the unit.
● Use the template, drill two holes for screws (Screw B) used to attach the adapter
ring. Then, follow the perforations on the template and cut out a hole to embed
the camera body.
Attaching the adapter ring
Attach the adapter ring to the 4S
junction box.
● Please use screws that are suitable
for the 4S junction box.
Attention
● Double check to make sure that the sizes and positions of the holes are
appropriate BEFORE drilling the holes.
2
3
Attention
Attaching the adapter ring
● Do not tighten the screws to the extent that the adapter ring is bent.
2
Attach the adapter ring to the ceiling
or wall to which you want to attach the
camera body.
● Please use fixing screws suitable
for the material of the ceiling or wall
when attaching the camera body. We
recommend using screws with a 4mm
diameter.
Attaching the camera body
 Remove the surface mount cover
from the camera body.
 Remove the body cover and
attach the camera body to the
adapter ring.
● Please use the self-tapping
screws included. Do not use
any other screws.
Attaching the camera body
 Remove the surface mount cover from
the camera body.
 Remove the body cover and attach the
camera body to the adapter ring.
● Please use the self-tapping screws
included. Do not use any other
screws.
When you finish attaching the camera, refer to page EG-7.
When you finish attaching the camera, refer to page EG-7.
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 Connecting the cables
 Setting the mode setting switch
Connect the power and video cables.
 Connect the video cable from the monitor and the coaxial video cable attached to
the camera body.
Factory default switch settings
Connect the video cable from the
monitor here.
Attention
● Do not alter the position of the mode setting switch marked “FIX” from its
factory default setting.
 Connect the power cable.
● When using 12V DC, connect the positive (+) terminal to the terminal marked
"+12VDC".
12V DC connection
1
FIX
2
Flickerless (FL)
24V AC connection
3
Backlight
compensation
(BLC)
4 Synchronization (Sync)
Attention
Do not change the switch position from the factory setting.
ON
Shutter speed to be fixed at 1/100.
OFF
Normal position
ON
Set to this position when a strong light is in the back
ground.
OFF
Normal position
INT.
Internal synchronization mode
L.L.
Line lock mode (24V AC, 60Hz only)
Attention
● Be sure to check that the cables are connected correctly before turning the
power on.
● Turning on the power when the cables are connected with incorrect polarity
may damage the camera.
● Setting the flickerless function to "ON" will give a darker picture than when
set to "OFF" in low light conditions.
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 Attaching the service monitor
Use the service monitor cable to check and adjust camera direction, focus,
and angle on a service monitor.
 When you have finished adjusting the direction of the lens, tighten the locking
screw with a screwdriver.
The service monitor is not supplied with
this unit. Please have one ready.
 Adjusting the camera direction
Locking screw
The camera body is set in a tri-axial mounting allowing movement in the
pan, tilt, and rotational planes.
 Adjust the direction of the lens so it faces the subject.
350º Pan
350º Rotation
Indicates the top
of the camera
180º Tilt
Attention
● Using the camera in a near-horizontal position will show the camera cover
on screen.
● Forcibly adjusting the camera to point in directions beyond the limits of
the mounting may cause the cable to catch on internal components and
damage the camera.
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 Adjusting the view angle, focus and iris
 Adjusting the line phase
(When using an AC24V 60Hz power source in the line lock
mode)
Move the lever to adjust focus and angle of view.
Use an AC power-source synchronization phase adjustment volume to
adjust the phase of power synchronization.
(The default position for the adjuster is fully turned to the left.)
Line phase
adjustment volume
Focus adjustment lever / View angle adjustment lever
 Adjusting the DC iris level
Attention
Adjust the DC iris level to suit the environment in which you are using the
unit.
(The default position for the adjuster is in the center.)
● When using the ZC-D5550NHA, adjust the focus when the dome cover
in place so that the axis of the lens goes passes through the center of the
dome cover, as in the illustration below.
DC iris level
adjustment volume
Axis of the lens
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 Setting the D D/N (Digital Day/Night) switch
 Installation and adjustment complete
This function digitally processes the image from the camera to provide
a bright picture even in very low light conditions. Camera images are
limited to black and white while this function is active. The camera will
automatically begin providing color images again when the environmental
light in the area where the camera is installed becomes brighter.
ON : Automatic Day / Night switching
(Low light conditions : black and white
OFF: Color images only
 Attach the body cover.
Normal light : color)
D D/N switch
 Turn the inner cover to match the position of the slit and lens.
 Attach the dome cover.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model No.
ZC-D5029NHA
ZC-D5212NHA
ZC-D5550NHA
High resolution
Focal length
2.9 mm - 8.2 mm
2.8 mm - 12 mm
5.0 mm - 50 mm
Max. aperture ratio
1:1.0
1:1.3
1: 1.3
Iris
F1.0 - F360C (DC auto iris)
F1.3 - F360 (DC auto iris)
F1.3 - F360C (DC auto iris)
Angle of view (Wide to Tele)
D
133.9°- 44.2°
121.8°- 29.6°
64.0°- 6.9°
H
98.3°- 35.2°
98.2°- 23.8°
51.8°- 5.6°
V
70.7°- 26.3°
73.6°- 17.8°
39.2°- 4.3°
TV system
NTSC
Scanning system
2:1 Interlace
Image sensor
1/3-type Interline transfer CCD
Effective elements
768 (H) x 494 (V)
Scanning frequency
15.734kHz (H) / 59.94Hz (V)
Video output
1.0V (p-p) / 75Ω
Horizontal resolution
More than 540 TVL
Min. Illuminance
50IRE
1.25 lx (D D/N : OFF) / 0.83 lx (D D/N : ON)
1.41 lx (D D/N : OFF) / 0.94 lx (D D/N : ON)
30IRE
0.63 lx (D D/N : OFF) / 0.42 lx (D D/N : ON)
0.73 lx (D D/N : OFF) / 0.47 lx (D D/N : ON)
S/N ratio
More than 50dB (At minimum AGC gain)
Gamma characteristic
0.45
Sync. System
Internal synchronization (INT.) / Line Lock (L.L.): For 60Hz regions only
Electronic shutter
1/60 sec. fixed (Flickerless: OFF), 1/100 sec. fixed (Flickerless: ON)
White balance
ATW
Power supply
AC24V ± 10% 50Hz/60Hz ± 1Hz, DC12V ± 10%
Power consumption
DC 12V
3.0W
AC 24V
4.2W , 250mA
Ambient temperature
Operational limits: -10°C to +50°C / Storage limits: -20°C to +60°C
Ambient humidity (No condensing)
Operational limit: Maximum 85% RH / Storage limit: Maximum 95% RH
External dimensions
144 (φ)mm x 110 (H)mm
Weight
470g
490g
560g
Adjustable volume
DC iris adjustment volume, AC line lock phase adjustment volume
Accessories
Cable for service monitor, Adapter ring, Self-tapping screws (M4 x 20: 2pcs.), Template, Instruction manual (this document)
* The specifications and/or appearance of the product may change without a prior notice.
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