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INDOOR/OUTDOOR
PTZ CAMERA
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
English Version 1.0
DPZ16TO27
DPZ16WO37
Right For Business™
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Copyright © 2009 Digimerge Technology Inc.
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NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONAL
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the presence of un-insulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
This exclamation point symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence
of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
This Device compiles with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interface, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operations.
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NOTICE
Important Safety Guide
1. Read, heed and follow all the Instructions
Read all the safety and operating instructions before using the product.
2. Keep this manual
Keep this manual for reference in future.
3. Attachments / Accessories
Use only the attachments or accessories specified by the manufacturer.
4. Installation
z Do not install near any heat resources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
appratus including amplifiers that product heat. Improperly installed product may fall,
cause serious injury to a child or adult and damage the product.
z Do not block any ventilation holes or openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
z Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, mounting devices, or table specified by
the manufacturer.
z Installation should be done only by qualified personnel and conform to all the
instructions by the manufacturer.
z Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
z Unless the product is specifically marked as IP66, more than IP66 or confirmed by the
manufacturer, it is designed for indoor use only and it must not be installed where
exposed to rain and moisture.
z Do not load on the product.
z Use stainless steel hardware to fasten the mount.
z To prevent damage from water leakage when installing a mount outdoors on a roof or
wall, apply sealant properly around holes.
z These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce
the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other that contained in the
operationg instructions unless you are qualified to do so.
z Use only replacement parts specified by the manufacturer.
5. Power source
This product should be operated only from the type of the power source indicated on the
marking label.
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NOTICE
Caution
‰ Operating
z Before using, make sure that the power supply and others are properly installed.
z While operating, if any abnormal condition or malfunction is observed, stop using the
product immediately and then contact your local dealer.
‰ Handling
z Do not disassemble or tamper with the parts inside the product.
z Do not drop or subject the product to shock and vibration as this can damage the
product.
z Care must be taken when you clean the clear dome cover. Especially, scratch and dust
will ruin the quality of the product.
‰ Installation and Storage
z Do not install the product in areas of extreme temperature, which exceed the allowable
range.
z Avoid installing in humid or dusty places.
z Avoid installing in places where radiation is present.
z Avoid installing in places where there are strong magnetic fields and electric signals.
z Avoid installing in places where the product would be subject to strong vibrations.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
① Introduction
Features
Package Components
Main Part Description
6
8
9
② Installation
DIP Switch Setup
Installation with Ceiling Mount Bracket
Installation with Wall Mount Bracket
Wiring and Cabling
10
13
14
15
③ Operation
Check Point before Operation
Check Points for Preset and Pattern Function before Operation
OSD Menu
Reserved Preset (Hot Keys)
Preset
Swing
Pattern
Group
Other Functions
OSD Display
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
22
22
24
④ OSD Menu
Quick Programming Guide
Main Menu
Display Setup
Privacy Zone Mask Setup
Camera Setup
Motion Setup
Preset Setup
Swing Setup
Pattern Setup
Group Setup
System Initialize
25
25
26
27
29
34
37
39
40
41
44
⑤ Specifications
Dimension
45
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Features
‰ Powerful Zoom Camera & Setup Options
z Image Sensor : 1/4" Double density interline transfer CCD (DPZ16WO37 model)
1/4" Super HAD color CCD (DPZ16TO27 model)
z Zoom
: ×27 Optical Zoom, ×12 Digital Zoom (DPZ16TO27 model)
×37 Optical Zoom, ×12 Digital Zoom (DPZ16WO37 model)
z Day & Night, Privacy Mask, WDR and HLC (WDR : DPZ16WO37 model only)
z SNR (Super Noise Reduction) Function
z Various Focus Mode : Auto-Focus, Manual Focus, Semi-Auto Focus
z Various Setup Options in OSD Menu.
‰ Powerful Pan/Tilt Functions
z MAX. 360°/sec High Speed Pan/Tilt Motion
z With the Vector Drive Technology, Pan/Tilt motions are accomplished along the
shortest path. As a result, the time to target view is remarkably short and the video on
the monitor is very natural in monitoring.
z With the Micro-Stepping Control Technology, the video looks very natural at high
zoom magnification during a jog operation on a controller since the camera can be
controlled by 0.05°/sec. Hence it is very easy to make the camera focus on desired
target views at high zoom magnification. Additionally it is easy to make the camera
focus on desired positions with zoom-proportional pan/tilt movement.
‰ Preset, Pattern, Swing, Group, Privacy Mask and More…
z MAX. 127 Presets are programmable and each preset can have its own parameter
values independently from the other presets.
For an example, refer to the below table.
Preset No.
White Balance
Auto Exposure
Preset 1
Case A
Case 3
“ENTRANCE”
Preset 2
Case C
Case 5
“WAREHOUSE”
Preset 3
CaseV
Case 2
“OFFICE”
−
−
Case K
Case 9
•••
Label
Remarks
•••
Preset 95
−
−
Reserved for OSD Menu
•••
Preset 128
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z MAX. 8 sets of Swing are programmable. This function is that the camera moves
repetitively between two preset positions at programmed speeds.
z MAX. 4 Patterns are programmable. This function is that the camera memorizes the
path (mostly curve path) by the joystick of the controller and revives the trajectory
operated by the joystick as closely as possible.
z MAX. 8 sets of Group are programmable. This function is that the camera memorizes
the combination of Presets, Pattern and/or Swings sequently and runs Presets, Pattern
and/or Swings repetitively. A Group can be combined upto 20 functions with any of
Preset/Pattern/Swing.
z MAX. 8 Privacy Masks are programmable, not to intrude on any other’s privacy.
‰ PTZ(Pan/Tilt/Zoom) Control
z With the RS-485 communication connection, MAX. 255 units of cameras can be
connected to a single controller.
z Pelco-D or Pelco-P protocols can be selected as a control protocol in the current
firmware version.
‰ OSD(On Screen Display) Menu
z OSD menu is provided to display the status of camera and to configure the functions
interactively.
z The information such as Camera ID, Pan/Tilt Angle, Direction, Alarm Input and Preset
is displayed on screen.
‰ Alarm In/Out Function(Only for the models which have I/O function)
z 3 alarm sensor inputs and 1 alarm sensor outputs are available.
z The camera can be set to move to a Preset position or to run functions such as Pattern,
Swing and Group when there are external sensor activations. Also “Post Alarm”
function is possible, which is supposed to activate after user-defined time period and
sequentially in succession to the action by external sensor activations.
‰ Reserved Presets(Hot Keys)
z Most camera setup options can be set up easily and directly with the reserved presets
(Hot Keys), without entering into OSD menu. For more information, refer to “Reserved
Presets(Hot Keys)” in this manual.
‰ Perfect Outdoor Environment Compatibility and Easy Installation
z The fans and heaters are built-in in the camera for cold and hot temperature
environment. Also idealistic mechanical design protects the camera from water and
dust. (IP66 when installed properly with wall mount bracket only)
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INTRODUCTION
Package Component
‰ Product & Accessories
z Main Body & Surface Mount Bracket
z Default Accessories
[Main Cable,Wrench]
z Accessories for The Models with Alarm In/Out
Function [I/O Cable]
‰ Brackets (Optional)
zWall Mount Bracket (Optional)
[Screws :Machine M5×15,Hex Lag #14×50]
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z Ceiling Mount Bracket (Optional)
[Screws :Machine M5×15,Anchor Bolt 3/8"×70]
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Main Part Description
Mounting Hook
Mounting Screw Hole
Main Connector
Sensor I/O Port (I/O Model)
DIP Switch
Dome Cover
z Dome Cover
Do not detach the protection vinyl from the dome cover before
finishing all the installation process to protect the dome cover from
scratches or dust.
z DIP Switch
Used to set up camera IDs and protocols.
z Mounting Hook
Used to assemble the main body with wall mount bracket or
ceiling mount bracket. Insert the mounting hooks into the holes on
the surface of the main body and turn the main body.
z Mounting Screw Hole Used to assemble the main body with a bracket with screws.
z Main Connector
Used for the power wire, the video cable and the RS-485
communication cable connection.
z Sensor I/O Port
Used for the sensor in/out connection. (The sensor I/O function
possible models only)
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DIP Switch Setup
Before installing the camera, set up the DIP switch to configure the camera ID and the
communication protocol.
‰ Camera ID Setup
z ID numbers of cameras are set up with binary numbers.
See the examples shown below.
ON ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BinaryValue
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
on
off
off
on
on
off
off
on
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
ex) ID=5
ex) ID=10
z The camera ID range is “1~255”. Camera ID must not be
“0”!
z The factory default of the camera ID is “1”.
z Match the camera ID with the Cam ID setting of your DVR
or Controller to control the camera.
z If you are connecting a single camera to a controller,
terminate the camera. When connecting more than one
camera to a single controller, terminate the last camera on
the communication line. The last camera means the camera
farthest in cable length from the controller.
z Note that the total length of the communication cable
between a controller and the camera(s) on the same
communication line must be less than 1.2Km.
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‰ Communication Protocol Setup
z Select an appropriate Protocol with the DIP switch combination.
ON ON
1
Switch Mode
2
3
4
P0
(Pin 1)
P1
(Pin 2)
P2
(Pin 3)
Protocol
OFF
OFF
OFF
PELCO-D, 2400 bps
ON
OFF
OFF
PELCO-D, 9600 bps
OFF
ON
OFF
PELCO-P, 4800 bps
ON
ON
OFF
PELCO-P, 9600 bps
Others
Reserved
z Match the camera protocol with the camera protocol in the setting of
your DVR or controller to control the camera.
z Adjust the DIP switch after turning off the camera. If you changed the
camera protocol by changing the DIP S/W, the change will be effective
after you reboot the camera.
z The factory default protocol is “Pelco-D, 2400 bps”.
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‰ Terminal Resistor Setup
The terminal resistor is used for the following cases.
ON ON
1
2
3
4
z Case 1 : In case that the control cable length between a camera and
a controller is relatively very long (1:1 Connection)
If the communication cable length is very long, the electrical signal will
bound in the terminal point. This reflected signal causes distortion of
original signal. Accordingly, the camera can be out of control. In this
case, the terminal resistor of both sides i.e. the camera and the
controller must be set to ‘ON’ state.
z Case 2 : In case that multiple cameras are connected to a
controller.
Due to similar reasons with the case 1, the terminal resister of the
controller and the last camera must be set to ‘ON’ state. The last camera
means the camera farthest in cable length from the controller. Do not
turn on the terminal resistor of all the cameras on the same
communication cable.
Controller
Terminal Resistor ON
RS-485
#1
#2
Terminal Resistor Terminal Resistor
OFF
OFF
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Terminal Resistor
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Installation with Ceiling Mount Bracket (Optional)
① Remove the ceiling tile from the ceiling ② Pull the wire(s) and cable(s) for the
system as below. Wire the cable(s) to the
and cut a hole whose diameter is
ports. Insert the mounting hooks into the
30~40mm on the ceiling tile to pass the
holes on the surface of the main body and
wire(s) and cable(s) through to the upside
turn the main body. Assemble the main
of the ceiling. (In case of the wiring and
both with the camera mount adaptor with
cabling through the mounting surface
the 3 screws. (Machine M5×15)
only) Then prepare the ceiling mount
bracket. Pull the wire(s) for the system as
below. (Anchor Bolt 3/8"×70)
③ Screw the dome cover to the main body
and remove the protection vinyl from the
dome cover.
Important Notice
z Before starting the installation,make sure that the Camera ID and Protocol are set up properly.
z To adjust the installation height from the mounting surface, the pipe and coupler should be needed
between the surface mount part of the ceiling mount bracket and the camera mount part of the ceiling
mount bracket.Note that they are not supplied by the manufacturer.
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Installation with Wall Mount Bracket (Optional)
① Make a hole whose diameter is 30~40mm ② Pull the wire(s) and cable(s) for the
system as below. Wire the cable(s) to the
on the mounting surface to pass the
ports. Insert the mounting hooks into the
wire(s) and cable(s) through the mounting
holes on the surface of the main body and
surface. (In case of the wiring and cabling
turn the main body. Assemble the main
through the mounting surface only) Then
both with the camera mount adaptor with
prepare the wall mount bracket. Pull the
the 3 screws. (Machine M5×15)
wire(s) and cable(s) for the system as
below. Attach the wall mount bracket to
the mounting surface. (Hex Lag #14×50)
③ Screw the dome cover to the main body
and remove the protection vinyl from the
dome cover.
Important Notice
z Before starting the installation,make sure that the Camera ID and Protocol are set up properly.
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Wiring and Cabling
POWER
MAIN CABLE
BNC
MONITOR
RS-485
I/O CABLE
CONTROLLER / DVR
SENSOR I/O
IR
SENSOR
‰ Port Description
z Main Cable
Port Pin Number (RJ45)
1
2,4
5
3
7
6,8
z I/O Cable
Port Pin Number (RJ25)
1
2
3
4
5
6
z Audio Cable
Port Pin Number
1
2
3
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Connector / Wire Color
DOOR
SWITCH
Red
Yellow
Orange
White
Signal
Video +
Video −
RS-485 +
RS-485 −
Power +
Power −
Wire Color
Blue
Yellow
Green
Red
Black
White
Signal
IN COM +
IN 1 −
IN 2 −
IN 3 −
OUT A
OUT B
Connector / Wire Color
RCA (Yellow)
Signal
Audio IN
Audio GND
Audio OUT
BNC Connector
RCA (White)
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‰ Power Description
z Carefully check the voltage and current capacity of the rated power. The rated power is
indicated in the back of main unit.
z For the DC input models, be careful with the polarity of DC power. The system should be
permanentally damaged by wrong DC input.
z In case that the length of the power wire is very long, there may be voltage drop and the
syatem may not work properly. Make the length of the power wire as short as possible.
‰ RS-485 Communication
z For PTZ control, connect the cable(s) to your keyboard or DVR. To connect multiple
cameras to a single controller, RS-485 communication should be connected in parallel
as shown below. If you are connecting a single camera to a controller, terminate the
camera. When connecting more than one camera to a single controller, terminate the
last camera on the communication line. The last camera means the camera farthest in
cable length from the controller. Note that the total length of the communication cable
between a controller and the camera(s) on the same communication line must be less
than 1.2Km.
CONTROLLER / DVR
+ -
RS-485
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+ -
+ -
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‰ Video
z Use BNC coaxial cable only.
‰ Alarm Input
V+
IN 1-
Sensor 1
IN 3-
Sensor 3
IN COM
If you want to use Alarm Input, the types of sensors must be selected in OSD menu. The
sensor types are divided into Normal Open and Normal Close. If wrong sensor types are
selected, alarms should be activated reversely to sensor inputs.
~ Normal Open
Output Voltage is high state when sensor is activated
~ Normal Close
Output Voltage is high state when sensor is not activated
‰ Relay Output
Internal
AC or DC
OUT 1
LOAD
The maximum loads are as follows.
Power Type
Maximum Load
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DC Power
AC Power
MAX. DC 24V, 1A
MAX. AC 125V, 0.5A
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Check Points before Operation
z Before turning on the system, check if the wire(s) and cable(s) are connected properly.
z Check if the camera ID on the controller is properly selected. The camera ID must be
identical to that of the target camera. The camera ID can be checked by reading the DIP
switch of the camera or on OSD.
z If your controller supports multi-protocols, the protocol must be changed to match to that of
the camera.
z Adjust the DIP switch after turning off the camera. If you changed the camera protocol by
changing the DIP S/W, the change will be effective after you reboot the camera.
z Since the operation method can be different by controllers, refer to your controller manual
if the camera can not be controlled properly. The operation of this manual is based on the
standard Pelco® Controller.
Check Points for Preset and Pattern Function before Operation
z Check fully how to operate preset function and pattern function with your controller or DVR
in advance to operate the camera functions when using a controller or a DVR.
z Refer to the following table when using standard Pelco® protocol controllers.
< Go Preset >
Input [Preset Number] and press [Preset] button shortly.
< Set Preset >
Input [Preset Number] and keep pressing [Preset] button for more than 2 seconds.
< Run Pattern >
Input [Pattern Number] and press [Pattern] button shortly.
< Set Pattern >
Input [Pattern Number] and keep pressing [Pattern] button for more than 2 seconds.
z If your controller or DVR has no pattern button or function, use the Hot Keys with preset
numbers. For more information, refer to “Reserved Presets(Hot Keys)” in this manual.
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OSD Menu
z
Function
With OSD menu, the system can be properly configured for each
application.
z
Entering into OSD
Go Preset [95]
Reserved Presets (Hot Keys)
z Description
Some Preset numbers are reserved to change some parameters without entering into
OSD menu.
z Hot Keys
Go Preset [95]
:Entering into OSD menu
Go Preset [131~134] :Running Pattern Function 1 ~ 4
Go Preset [141~148] :Running Swing Function 1 ~ 8
Go Preset [151~158] :Running Group Function 1 ~ 8
Go Preset [161]
:Turning off Relay Output
Set Preset [161]
:Turning on Relay Output
Go Preset [167]
:Setting Zoom Proportional Function to ON
Set Preset [167]
:Setting Zoom Proportional Function to OFF
Go Preset [170]
:Setting Camera BLC/WDR Mode to OFF
Go Preset [171]
:Setting Camera BLC/WDR Mode to ON
Go Preset [174]
:Setting Camera Focus Mode to AUTO
Go Preset [175]
:Setting Camera Focus Mode to Manual
Go Preset [176]
:Setting Camera Focus Mode to SEMI-AUTO
Go Preset [177]
:Setting Day & Night Mode to AUTO
Go Preset [178]
:Setting Day & Night Mode to NIGHT
Go Preset [179]
:Setting Day & Night Mode to DAY
Go Preset [190]
:Setting OSD Display Mode to AUTO (Except Privacy Mask)
Go Preset [191]
:Setting OSD Display Mode to OFF (Except Privacy Mask)
Go Preset [192]
:Setting OSD Display Mode to ON (Except Privacy Mask)
Go Preset [193]
:Setting all Privacy Mask Display to OFF
Go Preset [194]
:Setting all Privacy Mask Display to ON
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Preset
z
Function
MAX. 127 positions are programmable. The Preset number can be
assigned from 1 to 128 except 95. Preset 95 is reserved for entering
into OSD menu. Camera parameters such as White Balance, Auto
Exposure and others can be set up independently and each preset
can have its own parameter values independently from the other
persets. When setting up presets with a controller, Label should be
blank and "Camera Adjust" should be set to "GLOBAL" as the default.
To change the parameters, enter into OSD menu.
z
Setting Presets
Set Preset [1~128]
z
Running Presets
Go Preset [1~128]
z
Deleting Presets
To delete Presets, enter into OSD menu.
Swing
z Function
This function is that the camera moves repetitively between two
preset positions at programmed speeds. When a swing function runs,
the camera moves from the preset assigned as the 1st point to the
preset assigned as the 2nd point in CW(Clockwise) direction. Then
the camera moves from the preset assigned as the 2nd point to the
preset assigned as the 1st point in CCW(Counterclockwise)
direction.
1
1st Preset
CW
n
io
ct
e
r
Di
2
C
CW
2nd Preset
r
Di
n
tio
c
e
In case that the preset assigned as the 1st point and the preset
assigned as the 2nd point are same, the camera turns on its axis by
360° in CW(Clockwise) direction and then it turns back on its axis by
360° in CCW(Counterclockwise) direction. The Swing speed is
defined from 1°/sec to 180°/sec.
z
Setting Swings
To set Swing, enter into OSD menu.
z
Running Swings
Method 1) <Run Pattern> [Swing NO. + 10]
Method 2) <Go Preset> [Swing NO. + 140]
z
Deleting Swings
To delete Swings, enter into OSD menu.
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ex) Run Swing 3 :<Run Pattern> [13]
ex) Run Swing 3 :<Go Preset> [143]
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Pattern
z Function
This function is that the camera memorizes the path (mostly curve
path) by the joystick of the controller and revives the trajectory
operated by joystick as closely as possible.
MAX. 4 Patterns are programmable and Maximum 1200
communication commands can be programmed in a pattern.
z Setting Patterns
A Pattern can be created by the following methods.
Method 1) <Set Pattern> [Pattern NO.]
{ The Pattern programming window appears on the monitor as
below.
EDIT PATTERN 1
[NEAR:SAVE
/FAR:DELETE]
0/0/x1/N
{ The movement by Joystick and the preset movement can be
memorized in a pattern.
{ After a pattern is programmed, the remaining storage is
displayed in progress bar on the screen.
{ To save the recording, press NEAR key and to cancel, press
FAR key.
Method 2) Programming in OSD Menu :See the section“How to use OSD Menu”.
z
Running Patterns
Method 1) <Run Pattern> [Pattern NO.]
Method 2) <Go Preset> [Pattern NO.+ 130]
ex) Run Pattern 2 :<Run Pattern> [2]
ex) Run Pattern 2 :<Go Preset> [132]
z
Deleting Patterns
To delete Patterns, enter into OSD menu.
Note) When the system memorizes Patterns, the commands are stored in the momories, not
the positions of Pan/Tilt/Zoom. Hence there might be small differences between the original
path and the revived path by path type of Patterns. Note that it is not a problem in position
precision.
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Group
z
Function
This function is that the camera memorizes the combination of
Presets, Pattern and/or Swings sequently and runs Presets, Pattern
and/or Swings repetitively. MAX. 8 sets of Group are programmable.
Each group can have MAX. 20 actions which are the combination of
Preset, Pattern and Swing. Preset speed can be set up and the repeat
number of Pattern & Swing can be set up in Group setup. Dwell time
between actions can be set up also.
Dwell Time
Preset 1
Pattern 1
Swing 1
Max 20 Entities
z
Setting Groups
To set Groups, enter into OSD menu.
z
Running Groups
Method 1) <Run Pattern> [Group NO.+ 20]
Method 2) <Go Preset> [Group NO. + 150]
z
Deleting Groups
To delete Groups, enter into OSD menu.
ex) Run Group 7 :<Run Pattern> [27]
ex) Run Group 7 :<Go Preset> [157]
Other Functions
z Power Up Action
This setting defines a specific activity (Preset, Pattern, Swing and
Group) to be performed in the event that the power to the camera is
cycled. This function enables the user to resume, after turning on
power, the last action being executed before turning off the power.
Most of actions such as Preset, Pattern, Swing and Group are
available for this function but Jog actions are not available to resume.
z Auto Flip
In case that tilt angle arrives at the top of tilt orbit(90°), zoom module
camera turns on its axis by 180° at the top of tilt orbit and moves to
opposite tilt direction (180°) to keep tracing targets.
z Parking Action
This feature allows the camera to begin a specified operation after a
programmed time of inactivity. This function makes the camera
automatically run a pre-defined action if there is no command from
controller for a pre-defined time period. “Wait Time” means how
long a camera should wait for from the previous-last (most recent)
command before running the pre-defined action. It can be set to 1
second ~ 3 hours.
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z Alarm Input
3 Alarm Inputs are available. When external sensors activate, the
camera runs pre-defined actions such as Preset, Pattern, Swing and
Group. After the pre-defined time period passed, “Post Alarm”
activates, which is pre-defined. Note that only the latest alarm input
is effective when multiple sensors are activated at the same time.
z Privacy Zone Mask
Privacy Zone Mask allows the user to program 8 rectangulars that
can not be viewed by the operator of the system. To protect others’
privacy, MAX. 8 Privacy Masks can be created on the arbitrary
position to hide objects such as windows, shops or private house.
With the Spherical Coordinates system, powerful Privacy Zone Mask
function is possible. A mask area will move with pan and tilt functions
and automatically adjust in size as the lens zooms telephoto and
wide.
z GLOBAL/LOCAL
Image Setup
WB(White Balance) and AE(Auto Exposure) can be set up
independently for each preset. There are 2 modes, "Global" mode &
"Local" mode. The Global mode is that WB and/or AE are/is set up
totally and simultaneously for all presets. The Global parameter
setup such as WB and AE can be done in "ZOOM CAMERA SETUP"
menu. The Local mode is that WB and/or AE are/is set up
independently or separately for each preset. The Local parameter
setup for WB and AE can be done in each preset setup menu. Each
Local parameter such as WB and AE activates correspondingly when
the camera arrives at each preset position. During jog operation,
Global WB/AE value should be applied. All Local WB/AE values do
not change although Global WB/AE value changes. The Local mode
has the prior to the Global mode.
z Semi-Auto Focus
This mode automatically exchanges focus modes between Manual
Focus mode and Auto Focus mode by operation. Manual Focus mode
activates in preset operation and Auto Focus mode activates during
jog operation. With Manual mode at presets, Focus data is
memorized in each preset in advance and the camera calls focus
data in correspondence with presets as soon as the camera arrives at
presets. It should shorten time to get focuses. The focus mode
automatically changes to Auto Focus mode when jog operation starts.
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OPERATION
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OSD Display
Preset Label
Camera ID
LABEL12345
PRESET1
I:-2- O:1
15/4/x1/N
CAM 1
Action Title
Alarm Information
P/T/Z Information
z P/T/Z Information
Displays the amount of pan from zero degree vertical, the amount of
tilt from zero degree horizontal and current compass direction. Also
identifies the amount of the zoom magnification.
z Camera ID
Displays the selected Camera ID (Address).
z Action Title
Identfies Actions
"SET PRESET xxx"
When Preset xxx is memorized.
"PRESET xxx"
When the camera reaches Preset xxx.
"PATTERN x"
When Pattern x is in action.
"SWG×/PRESET xxx"
When Swing x is in action. Displays both of Swing
number and Preset number.
"UNDEFINED"
When a undefined function is called to run
z Preset Label
Displays preset labels when the camera arrives at presets.
z Alarm Information
Displays activated alarms. This information shows current state of
Alarm Inputs and Relay Outputs. If an Input point is ON state, it will
show a number corresponding to each point. If an Input point is OFF
state, '-' will be displayed.
Example) The point 2 & 3 of inputs are ON and Output is ON, OSD will
show as below.
I:-23 O:1
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Quick Programming Guide
The menu items with < > always have sub-menus.
To go to submenus or make the cursor move to the right, press NEAR key.
To go to the previous-upper level menus, press FAR key.
To make a selection, press NEAR key
To cancel a selection, press FAR key
To move the cursor in the menu, use the joystick to the Up/Down direction or Left/Right
direction.
z To change a value of an item, use Up/Down of the joystick in the controller.
z To save changes, press NEAR key.
z To cancel changes, press FAR key.
z
z
z
z
z
z
Main Menu
z System
Information
Displays the system information and
configuration. The system setting can
not be changed using the OSD menu
and the information is for reference
only.
<SYSTEM INITIALIZE>
z Display Setup
Enables the user to program how labels
are displayed on the monitor.
EXIT
z Dome Camera
Setup
Enables the user to configure various
functions of the camera.
z System Initialize
Initializes all system configurations and
all data to the factory default
parameters.
SPEED DOME CAMERA
-----------------------<SYSTEM INFORMATION>
<DISPLAY SETUP>
<DOME CAMERA SETUP>
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Display Setup
DISPLAY SETUP
-----------------------CAMERA ID
ON
PTZ INFORMATION
AUTO
ACTION TITLE
AUTO
PRESET LABEL
AUTO
ALARM I/O
AUTO
<SET NORTH DIRECTION>
<PRIVACY ZONE>
BACK
EXIT
Display setup allows you to program how labels are
displayed on the monitor. In case of AUTO, the labels are
displayed on the monitor when there are any changes in
parameters.
z Camera ID
[ON/OFF]
Displays the
(Address).
selected
Camera
ID
z PTZ Information
[ON/OFF/AUTO]
Displays the amount of pan from zero
degree vertical, the amount of tilt from
zero degree horizontal and current
compass direction. Also identifies the
amount of the zoom magnification.
z Action Title
[ON/OFF/AUTO]
Identfies Actions.
"SET PRESET xxx"
"PRESET xxx"
"PATTERN x"
"SWG/PRESET xxx"
"UNDEFINED"
z Preset Label
[ON/OFF/AUTO]
Displays the preset labels when the
camera arrives at presets.
z Alarm I/O
[ON/OFF/AUTO]
Displays the activated alarms. This
information shows the current state of
Alarm Inputs and Relay Outputs. If an
Input point is ON state, it will show a
number corresponding to each point. If
an Input point is OFF state, '-' will be
displayed.
Example) The point 2 & 3 of inputs are
ON and Output is ON, OSD will show as
below.
I:-23 O:1
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‰ Compass Direction Setup
SET NORTH DIRECTION
------------------------
Move the camera to a target position and press NEAR
button to save the direction as North. The direction is the
reference direction to assign other compass directions.
MOVE TO TARGET POSITION
[NEAR:SAVE
/FAR:CANCEL
Privacy Zone Mask Setup
PRIVACY ZONE
-----------------------MASK NO
1
UNDEFINED
DISPLAY
OFF
CLEAR MASK
CANCEL
<EDIT MASK>
BACK
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Privacy Zone Mask allows the user to program 8
rectangulars that can not be viewed by the operator of the
system. To protect privacy, MAX. 8 Privacy Masks can be
created on the arbitrary position to hide objects such as
windows, shops or private house. With the Spherical
Coordinates system, powerful Privacy Zone Mask function
is possible. A mask area will move with pan and tilt
functions and automatically adjust in size as the lens
zooms telephoto and wide.
z Mask NO
[1~8]
Selects a Mask number to program. If the
selected mask has already data, the
camera moves as it was programmed.
Otherwise,
“UNDEFINED”
will
be
displayed under the Mask number.
z Display
[ON/OFF]
Sets if the mask of the selected mask
number shows or not on the screen.
z Clear Mask
[CANCEL/OK]
Deletes the mask data of the selected
mask number.
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‰ Privacy Zone Mask Area Setup
EDIT MASK 1
------------------------
Move your camera to an area to mask. Then a mask and the
menu to adjust the mask size will be displayed.
MOVE TO TARGET POSITION
[NEAR:SELECT/FAR:CANCEL]
‰ Privacy Zone Mask Size Setup
EDIT MASK 1
------------------------
[
[
Adjusts the mask size. Use the joystick or the arrow buttons
of your controller to adjust mask size.
z (Left/Right)
Adjusts the mask width.
z (Up/Down)
Adjusts the mask height.
:ADJUST MASK WIDTH]
:ADJUST MASK HEIGHT]
[NEAR:SAVE
/FAR:CANCEL]
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Camera Setup
ZOOM CAMERA SETUP
-----------------------FOCUS MODE
SEMIAUTO
DIGITAL ZOOM
ON
IMAGE FLIP
OFF
SHARPNESS
16
STABILIZATION
OFF
<WHITE BALANCE SETUP>
<AUTO EXPOSURE SETUP>
Sets the general functions of zoom camera module.
z Focus Mode
BACK
EXIT
[AUTO/MANUAL/SEMIAUTO]
Sets camera Focus mode.
{ SEMIAUTO Mode
This mode automatically exchanges focus
modes between Manual Focus mode and
Auto Focus mode by operation. Manual
Focus mode activates in preset operation
and Auto Focus mode activates during
jog operation. With Manual mode at
presets, Focus data is memorized in each
preset in advance and the camera calls
focus data in correspondence with
presets as soon as camera arrives at
presets. It should shorten time to get
focuses. Focus mode automatically
changes to Auto Focus mode when jog
operation starts.
z Digital Zoom [ON/OFF]
Sets the digital zoom functions to
ON/OFF. If this is set to OFF, the optical
zoom function runs but the zoom function
stops at the end of optical zoom
magnification.
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z Image Flip
[ON/OFF]
Sets System Image Flip Function to
ON/OFF. When this function is set to ON,
flipped images always come out. When
the camera is installed as Desktop type,
set to ON to get proper images.
z Sharpness
[0-32]
Sets image
pictures.
sharpness
to
enhance
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z Stabilization
[ON/OFF]
Compensates image vibrations by wind
or others. The images with vibrations are
compensated by Digital Zoom function
and the image resolution with this
function should be lower than normal
image resolution when this function is
turned on. Also this function may not
work properly in the following cases.
„ Dark scene or Low contrast scene
„ High frequency vibration
„ During Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Focus moving
„ During Iris/Shutter/Gain moving
z WB Mode
[AUTO/MANUAL]
Retains color balance over a color
temperature range. In auto mode, this
feature automatically processes the
viewed image. In Manual mode, Red and
Blue level can be set up manually.
z Red Adjust
[0-255]
Adjusts the picture output in the red
range.
z Blue Adjust
[0-255]
Adjusts the picture output in the blue
range.
‰ White Balance Setup
WB SETUP - GLOBAL
-----------------------WB MODE
AUTO
RED
ADJUST
--BLUE ADJUST
---
BACK
EXIT
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‰ Auto Exposure Setup
AE SETUP - GLOBAL
-----------------------BACKLIGHT
OFF
DAY/NIGHT
AUTO
BRIGHTNESS
50
IRIS
AUTO
SHUTTER
ESC
AGC
MIDDLE
SSNR
MIDDLE
SENS-UP
<AUTO>
BACK
EXIT
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z Backlight
[OFF/WDR/BLC/HLC] or [OFF/BLC/HLC]
Sets Backlight Compensation. If a bright
backlight is present, the subjects in the
picture may appear dark or as a
silhouette.
Backlight
compensation
enhances objects in the center of the
picture. The camera uses the center of the
picture to adjust the iris. If there is a
bright light source outside of this area, it
will wash out to white. The camera will
adjust the iris so that the object in the
sensitive area is properly exposed.
Model DPZ16WO37 features WDR (Wide
Dynamic Range) function. This function
allows the camera to view scenes
properly with very bright and very dark
objects at the same time (i.e. customer
coming into a store with the sunshine
coming in through the windows behind
them). HLC (High Light Compensation)
masks very bright objects in a scene to
be able to view the rest of the scene
more clearly.
z Day/Night
[AUTO/DAY/NIGHT]
Sets Day&Night mode.
z Brightness
[0~100]
Adjusts the brightness of the images. Iris,
The Shutter Speed and Gain are adjusted
automatically in correspondence with
each numeric value.
z IRIS
[AUTO/MANUAL(F1.6~F28)]
Sets Iris to operate automatically or at a
user-defined level. If Iris is set to Auto,
Iris has higher priority in adjusting AE
and Shutter Speed is fixed. Auto iris is the
lens function that automatically opens
closes the iris in response to changing
light conditions.
If Iris is set to Manual, Iris is fixed and Iris
has lower priority in adjusting AE, in
comparison with others.
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z Shutter Speed
[ESC/A.Flicker/Manual(×256~1/120000 sec)]
Sets Shutter Speed. Shutter Speed is the duration
of the electronic shutter. If Iris is set to Manual
and Shutter Speed is set to ESC, Shutter Speed
has higher priority. If Shutter Speed is set to
A.Flicker, to remove Flicker, Shutter Speed
should be set to 1/100 sec. for NTSC and 1/120
for PAL.
z AGC
[OFF/LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH/MANUAL(5~41dB)]
Sets AGC. This setting enhances image
brightness automatically in case that luminance
level of image signal is too low.
z SSNR
[OFF/LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH]
Sets SSNR. This setting enhances the images by
deducting noises when the gain level of the
images is too high.
z SENS-UP
[AUTO(2~256)/OFF]
Sets SENS-UP. This setting activates Slow Shutter
function when luminance of image (signal) is too
dark.
It is possible to set up the maximum number of
frames piled up one on another by Slow Shutter
function.
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‰ WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) Setup
WDR
-----------------------LIMIT
MIDDLE
LEVEL
50
z Limit
[LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH]
z Level
[0~100]
BACK
EXIT
‰ HLC (High Light Compensation) Setup
HLC
-----------------------LIMIT
LOW
COLOR
5
BACK
EXIT
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z Limit
[AUTO/MANUAL]
When there are too bright lights, this
function blocks light sources on images
to have better images. For example, when
there is a car coming to a camera at night,
this function blocks car headlights to
recognize its number plate.
z Color
[0~10]
Assigns colors of masks to block light
sources
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Motion Setup
MOTION SETUP
-----------------------MOTION LOCK
OFF
PWR UP ACTION
ON
AUTO FLIP
ON
JOG MAX SPEED
120/SEC
JOG DIRECTION
INVERSE
FRZ IN PRESET
OFF
<PARKING ACTION SETUP>
<ALARM INPUT SETUP>
BACK
EXIT
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Sets the general functions of Pan/Tilt motions.
z Motion
Lock
[ON/OFF]
If Motion Lock is set to ON, it is impossible to
set up and delete Preset, Swing, Pattern and
Group. It is possible only to run those
functions. To set up and delete those functions,
enter into OSD menu.
z Power Up [ON/OFF]
Action
Refer to “Other Functions" section.
z Auto Flip
[ON/OFF]
Refer to “Other Functions" section.
z Jog Max
Speed
[1°/sec ~360°/sec]
Sets the maximum jog speed. Jog speed is
inversely
proportional
to
the
zoom
magnifications. As the zoom magnification
goes up, the pan/tilt speed goes down.
z Jog
Direction
[INVERSE/NORMAL]
Sets the Jog Direction. If this is set to
‘Inverse’, the view direction in the screen is
same as the direction of joystick. If this is set
to ‘Normal’, the view direction in the
screen is the reverse dirction of joystick.
z Freeze
in Preset
[ON/OFF]
Sets Frame Freeze Function. This feature
freezes the scene on the monitor when going
to a preset. At the start point of a preset
movement, a camera starts freezing the image
of the start point. Camera keeps displaying
the image of the start point during preset
movement and does not display the images
which camera gets during preset movement.
As soon as camera stops at preset end point,
camera starts displaying live images which it
gets at the end preset point. This feature also
reduces bandwidth when working with digital
systems or digital network systems.
This function availability should be different
by models.
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‰ Parking Action Setup
PARKING ACTION SETUP
-----------------------PARK ENABLE
OFF
WAIT TIME
00:10:00
PARK ACTION
HOME
BACK
EXIT
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This feature allows the camera to begin a specified action
after a programmed time of inactivity.
z Park Enable [ON/OFF]
If Park Enable is set to ON, the camera
runs an assigned function automatically if
there is no PTZ command during the
programmed "Wait Time".
z Wait Time
[1~59 sec. / 1~180 min.]
Wait Time can be programmed from 1
second to 180 minutes.
z Park Action
[HOME/PRESET/PATTERN/SWING/GROU
P/PREV ACTION]
This feature defines the activity when the
camera parks. If Park Action is set to
“HOME”, the camera moves to the home
position which is memorized when the
system boots. If Park Action is set to
“PREV. ACTION”, the camera runs the
previous action which it ran most recently.
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‰ Alarm Input Setup
ALARM INPUT SETUP
-----------------------ALARM NO.
1
TYPE
ACTION
HOLD TIME
POST ACTION
N.OPEN
NOT USED
ENDLESS
HOME
BACK
EXIT
Defines Alarm Function. When an alarm is received, an
input signal to the camera triggers the user-defined action
programmed for the alarm.
z Alarm No
[1~3]
Selects a sensor number to set up.
z Type
[Normal OPEN/Normal CLOSE]
Selects sensor operation type.
z Action
[NOT
USED/PRESET/PATTERN/SWING/GROUP]
Selects an action to run when a sensor
signal is input.
z Hold Time
[ENDLESS / 1~59 SEC. / 1~180 MIN.]
Sets the time period for the action which is
run by external sensor activation. After the
time period passes, the action pre-defined
in “Post Action” runs sequentially in
succession to the action by external sensor
activation. If this option is set to
“ENDLESS”, “Post Action” does not
activate.
z Post Action [HOME/PRESET/PATTERN/SWING/GROUP
/PREV ACTION]
Selects the action that a camera will run
after the time period in“HOLD TIME”
passes. If Post Action is set to “PREV.
ACTION, the camera runs the previous
action which it ran most recently.
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Preset Setup
PRESET SETUP
-----------------------PRESET NO.
1
CLR PRESET
<EDIT SCENE>
<EDIT LABEL>
RELAY OUT
CAM ADJUST
z Preset
Number
[1~128]
Selects a preset number to set up. If a
selected preset is already defined, the
camera moves to the pre-defined position
and preset parameters such as Label and
CAM Adjust show on the monitor. If a
selected
preset
is
not
defined,
“UNDEFINED” shows on the monitor.
z Clear
Preset
[CANCEL/OK]
Deletes the data of the selected Preset.
z Edit
Preset Scene
Re-defines the scene position of the
selected Preset.
z Edit
Preset Label
Edits the label of the selected Preset to
show on the monitor when the preset runs.
MAX. 10 alphanuberic characteristics are
allowed.
z Relay Out
Defines the relay output.
z CAM Adjust
[GLOBAL/LOCAL]
WB(White
Balance)
and
AE(Auto
Exposure) can be set up independently for
each preset. There are 2 modes, "Global"
mode & "Local" mode. The Global mode is
that WB and/or AE are/is set up totally and
simultaneously for all presets. The Global
parameter setup such as WB and AE can
be done in "ZOOM CAMERA SETUP" menu.
The Local mode is that WB and/or AE
are/is set up independently or separately
for each preset. The Local parameter setup
for WB and AE can be done in each preset
setup menu. Each Local parameter such as
WB and AE activates correspondingly
when the camera arrives at each preset
position. During jog operation, Global
WB/AE value should be applied. All Local
WB/AE values do not change although
Global WB/AE value changes. The Local
mode has the prior to the Global mode.
CANCEL
LABEL123
OFF
GLOBAL
BACK
EXIT
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‰ Preset Scene Setup
EDIT SCENE - PRESET 1
------------------------
1 Use the Joystick to move the camera to a desired
○
position.
2 Save the preset position by pressing NEAR key.
○
3 Press FAR key to cancel targeting the preset position.
○
MOVE TO TARGET POSITION
[NEAR:SAVE
/FAR:CANCEL]
‰ Preset Label Setup
EDIT LABEL - PRESET 1
-----------------------[
]
---------1234567890
OK
ABCDEFGHIJ
CANCEL
KLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZabcd
efghijklmn
opqrstuvwx
yz<>-/:.
----------
Edit the label of the selected preset to show on the
monitor when camera arrives at the preset. In the Edit
Label menu, the dark rectangular is the cursor. As soon as
finishing selecting an alphabet or a number, the cursor
moves to the next digit.
[
]
Current Cursor Position
① With Left/Right/Up/Down of the joystick, move to a
desired Alphabet or a desired number in the
Alphanumeric set. To select a desired Alphabet or a
desired number, press the NEAR key.
---------1234567890
ABCDEFGHIJ
KLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZabcd
efghijklmn
opqrstuvwx
yz<>-/:.
----------
Space Char. Back Space Char.
If you want to use a blank, select the double quotation
mark (" "). If you want to delete an Alphabet or a
number, use the back space character (" ←").
② If you complete the Label editing, move the cursor to
"OK" and press the NEAR key to save the completed
label. To abort the current change, move the cursor to
"Cancel" and press the NEAR key.
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Swing Setup
SWING SETUP
-----------------------SWING NO.
1
1ST POS.
NOT USED
2ND POS.
NOT USED
SWING SPEED
CLEAR SWING
RUN SWING
30/SEC
CANCEL
z Swing
Number
[1~8]
Selects a Swing number to edit. If the
selected Swing is not defined, "NOT USED"
is displayed in the 1st Position and the 2nd
Position.
z 1st Position
2nd Position
[PRESET 1~128]
Sets the 2 positions for a Swing function. If
the selected preset is not defined,
"UNDEFINED" is displayed as shown
below.
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SWING SETUP
-----------------------SWING NO.
1
1ST POS.
PRESET5
2ND POS.
NOT USED
UNDEFINED
When a swing function runs, the camera
moves from the preset assigned as the 1st
point to the preset assigned as the 2nd
point in CW(Clockwise) direction. Then
the camera moves from the preset
assigned as the 2nd point to the preset
assigned as the 1st point in CCW
(Counterclockwise) direction. In case that
the preset assigned as the 1st point and the
preset assigned as the 2nd point are same
or only 1 Preset position is assigned, the
camera turns on its axis by 360° in CW
direction and then it turns on its axis by
360° in CCW direction.
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z Swing
Speed
[1°/sec. ~180°/sec.]
Defines Swing speed between the 2 Preset
positions from 1°/sec to 180°/sec
z Clear Swing
[CANCEL/OK]
Deletes the data of the selected Swing.
z Run Swing
Runs Swing for the test purposes to check
if it works properly.
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Pattern Setup
PATTERN SETUP
-----------------------PATTERN NO.
1
UNDEFINED
CLR PATTERN
CANCEL
RUN PATTERN
<EDIT PATTERN>
BACK
EXIT
z Pattern Number
[1~4 ]
Selects a Pattern number to edit. If the
selected
pattern number is not
defined,
"UNDEFINED"
will
be
displayed under the selected pattern
number.
z Clear Pattern
[CANCEL/OK]
Deletes the data of the selected pattern.
z Run Pattern
Runs the Pattern for the test purposes to
check if it works properly.
z Edit Pattern
Edits the selected pattern.
‰ Pattern Edit
EDIT PATTERN 1
------------------------
① With the Joystick of your controller, move the camera to
the start position with an appropriate zoom
magnafication. To start the pattern recording, press
NEAR key. To exit, press FAR key.
MOVE TO START POSITION
[NEAR:START /FAR:CANCEL]
EDIT PATTERN 1
[NEAR:SAVE
/FAR:DELETE]
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② Move camera with joystick of controller or run preset
function to memorize the path (mostly curve path) in the
selected pattern. The movement by Joystick and preset
movement will be memorized in a pattern. After a
pattern is programmed, the remaining storage is
displayed in progress bar on the screen.
③ To save the data and exit, press NEAR key. To cancel
saving the data and delete the data, press FAR key.
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GROUP SETUP
-----------------------GROUP NO.
1
UNDEFINED
CLEAR GROUP
CANCEL
RUN GROUP
<EDIT GROUP>
BACK
EXIT
z Group Number
[1~8]
Selects a Group number to edit.
If the selected Group number is not
defined,
"UNDEFINED"
will
be
displayed under the selected Group
number.
z Clear Group
[CANCEL/OK]
Deletes the data of the selected Group.
z Run Group
Runs the Group for the test purposes to
check if it works properly.
z Edit Group
Edit the selected Group.
‰ Group Edit
EDIT GROUP 1
-----------------------NO ACTION ### DWELL OPT
-----------------------1 NONE
2 NONE
3 NONE
4 NONE
5 NONE
-----------------------SAVE
CANCEL
[NEAR:EDIT]
EDIT GROUP 1
-----------------------NO ACTION ### DWELL OPT
-----------------------1 NONE
2 NONE
3 NONE
4 NONE
5 NONE
-----------------------SAVE
[NEAR:EDIT ACT]
CANCEL
[FAR :EDIT END]
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① Press Near key when the cursor is at “NO” to start
editing the selected Group.
② Note that MAX. 20 actions are allowed in a Group. Move
the cursor up/down to select an Action. Press Near key
to edit.
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EDIT GROUP 1
-----------------------NO ACTION ### DWELL OPT
-----------------------1 NONE
2 NONE
3 NONE
4 NONE
5 NONE
-----------------------SAVE
[
:MOVE CURSOR]
CANCEL [
:CHANGE VAL.]
EDIT GROUP 1
-----------------------NO ACTION ### DWELL OPT
-----------------------1 PRESET
1 00:03 360
2 NONE
3 NONE
4 NONE
5 NONE
-----------------------SAVE
[
:MOVE CURSOR]
CANCEL [
:CHANGE VAL.]
EDIT GROUP 1
-----------------------NO ACTION ### DWELL OPT
-----------------------1 PRESET
1 00:03 360
2 NONE
3 NONE
4 NONE
5 NONE
-----------------------SAVE
[NEAR:EDIT ACT]
CANCEL
[FAR :EDIT END]
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③ Define Action, Dwell time and Option. Note that the dark
rectangular is the cursor. Move the cursor Left/Right to
select an item and move cursor Up/Down to change
each parameter.
z Action ###
[NONE/PRESET/SWING/PATTERN]
z DWELL
[0 SEC. ~ 4 MIN.]
Sets the Dwell Time between functions.
z OPT
Option. It is a preset speed when a
preset is selected in the Action. It is the
number of repeat when a Pattern or a
Swing is selected in the Action.
④ Edit the items such as Action, ###, Dwell and OPT by
moving the cursor.
⑤ After finishing editing a Action, press Near key to go to
the previous-upper level menu (Step ②). Move the cursor
Up/Down to select an Action number and repeat Step ② ~
Step ④ to keep editing the selected Group.
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OSD MENU
EDIT GROUP 1
-----------------------NO ACTION ### DWELL OPT
-----------------------1 PRESET
1 00:03 360
2 NONE
3 NONE
4 NONE
5 NONE
-----------------------SAVE
CANCEL
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⑥ After finishing setting up, press FAR key to exit. Then the
cursor will move to “SAVE”. Press Near key to save the
data.
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OSD MENU
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System Initialization
SYSTEM INITIALIZE
-----------------------CLEAR ALL DATA
NO
CLR DISPLAY SET
NO
CLR CAMERA SET
NO
CLR MOTION SET
NO
CLR EDIT DATA
NO
REBOOT CAMERA
NO
REBOOT SYSTEM
NO
BACK
EXIT
z Clear All Data
Deletes all configuration data and the system
is set to the factory default.
z Clear Display Set Initializes all the configuration data for Display.
z Clear Camera Set Initializes all the configuration data for
Camera.
z Clear Motion Set Initializes all the configuration data for Motion.
z Clear Edit Data
Deletes all the configuration data for Preset,
Swing,Pattern and Group.
z Reboot Camera
Reboots the zoom camera module.
z Reboot System
Reboots the system.
‰ Factory Default
z Display Parameters
Camera ID
PTZ Information
Action Title
Preset Label
Alarm I/O
North Direction
Privacy Zone
ON
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
Pan 0°
Undefined
z Motion Parameters
Motion Lock
Power Up Action
Auto Flip
Jog Max Speed
Jog Direction
Freeze In Preset
Park Action
Alarm Action
OFF
ON
ON
120°/sec
INVERSE
OFF
OFF
OFF
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z Camera Parameters
Focus Mode
SemiAuto
Digital Zoom
ON
Image Flip
OFF
Sharpness
16
Stabilization
OFF
White Balance
AUTO
Backlight
OFF
Day&Night
AUTO
Brightness
50
Iris
AUTO
Shutter
ESC
AGC
MIDDLE
SSNR
MIDDLE
SENS-UP
AUTO
z User-Defined Data
Preset 1~128
Swing 1~8
Pattern 1~4
Group 1~8
Undefined
Undefined
Undefined
Undefined
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
CAMERA MODEL # DPZ16WO37
Video Signal Format
Image Sensor
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Horizontal Resolution
Video Signal-to-Noise
Zoom
Forcal Length
Angle ofView
Zoom Speed
Minimum Illuminance
Day & Night
Focus
Iris
Shutter Speed
AGC
White Balance
BLC
Flickerless
SSNR
Privacy Zone
Stabilization
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NTSC
PAL
1/4'' Double Density Interline Transfer CCD
811(H)×508(V) 410K
795(H)×596(V) 470K
768(H)×494(V) 380K
752(H)×582(V) 440K
540 TV Lines(Color), 600 TV Lines(B/W)
50 dB (AGC Off)
×37 Optical Zoom, ×12 Digital Zoom
F1.6~3.9, f=3.5~129.5mm
H : 55.5°(Wide)~1.59°(Tele) / V : 42.5°(Wide)~1.19°(Tele)
2.5 sec (Wide to Tele)
0.7 Lux (Color) / 0. 06 Lux (B/W), 50 IRE / F1.6
Auto / Day / Night(ICR)
Auto / Manual / SemiAuto
Auto / Manual
×256 ~ 1/120000 sec
Low / Middle / High / Manual / Off
Auto / Manual(Red, Blue Gain Adjustable. 1800°K~10500°K)
WDR / BLC / HLC / Off
Selectable
Low / Middle / High / Off
8 Masks, Spherical Coordinate
ON / OFF
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SPECIFICATIONS
CAMERA MODEL # DPZ16TO27
Video Signal Format
Image Sensor
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Horizontal Resolution
Video Signal-to-Noise
Zoom
Forcal Length
Angle ofView
Zoom Speed
Minimum Illuminance
Day & Night
Focus
Iris
Shutter Speed
AGC
White Balance
BLC
Flickerless
SSNR
Privacy Zone
Stabilization
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NTSC
PAL
1/4'' Super HAD color CCD
811(H)×508(V) 410K
795(H)×596(V) 470K
768(H)×494(V) 380K
752(H)×582(V) 440K
540 TV Lines(Color), 600 TV Lines(B/W)
50 dB (AGC Off)
×27 Optical Zoom, ×12 Digital Zoom
F1.6~2.9, f=3.5~94.5mm
H : 55.5°(Wide)~2.24°(Tele) / V : 42.5°(Wide)~1.79°(Tele)
1.8 sec (Wide to Tele)
0.4 Lux (Color) / 0. 02 Lux (B/W), 50 IRE / F1.6
Auto / Day / Night(ICR)
Auto / Manual / SemiAuto
Auto / Manual
×256 ~ 1/120000 sec
Low / Middle / High / Manual / Off
Auto / Manual(Red, Blue Gain Adjustable. 1800°K~10500°K)
BLC / HLC / Off
Selectable
Low / Middle / High / Off
8 Masks, Spherical Coordinate
ON / OFF
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SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
Movement
Range
Speed
Pan
Tilt
Preset
Jog
Swing
Preset
Pattern
Swing
Group
Other Pan/Tilt Functions
Communication
Protocol
OSD
Sensor Inputs
Alarm Outputs
Fan
Heater
Operation Temperature
Power Rating
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360°(Endless)
90°
360°/sec.
0.05 ~ 360°/sec. (Proportional to Zoom)
1~ 180°/sec.
127 Presets (Label, Independent Camera Parameter Setting)
4 Patterns [1200 Commands(Approx. 5 Minute) / Pattern]
8 Swings
8 Groups (MAX. 20 Actions with The Combination of Preset,
Pattern and Swing)
Auto Flip, Auto Parking, Power Up Action and etc.
RS-485
Pelco-D, Pelco-P Selectable
English, Menu / PTZ information etc
3 Inputs
1 Output, Relay Output, MAX. Load DC24V 1A / AC125V 0.5A
Always ON
Operation Start from Internal Temperature 10°C
-30°C ~ 50°C
AC 24V / 1.5 A
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SPECIFICATIONS
MECHANICAL
Ceiling Mount (Optional)
Material
Dome
Internal
External
Dome Size
Dimension
Weight
5
Wall Mount (Optional)
Polycarbonate
Polycarbonate,ABS
Aluminium
∅150mm / ∅ 5.9”
∅192×265.3 mm
Approx 3.2 Kg
296×276.6 mm
Approx 3.8Kg
[Note]
1) Specification and features are subject to change without prior notice.
2) Specification and features are different by models.
3) Check the voltage and current capacity of rated power carefully.
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Dimension
z Main Body
z Ceiling Mount Type (Optional)
56.4
56.4
81.5
30
190.3
65
83
74.1
32.3
192
1.5" NPT
190.3
75
0
15
158.2
z Wall Mount Type (Optional)
118.6
80
100
4- 8
276.6
138.6
296
[Unit : mm]
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