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ETS-Lindgren 4340 User manual
Model 4340
Digital Camera System
(CCTV)
User Manual
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Revision Record
MANUAL,4340,PAN CAMERA | Part #399371, Rev. A
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Revision
Description
Date
A
Initial Release
May, 2013
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Table of Contents
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings ................................................ v
1.0 Introduction .......................................................................... 7
Standard Configuration and Components ................................................... 7
Optional Configurations and Additional Components ................................ 10
If You Have a Chamber With A Shielded Control Room .................... 10
If You Have a Tripod Mount .............................................................. 10
If You Have a Multi-Camera System ................................................. 11
Power Supply Options .............................................................................. 12
10/100 Ethernet Filter ....................................................................... 12
Battery Pack and Charger ................................................................. 12
H-491009 Tripod ....................................................................................... 13
About Installation and Setup ..................................................................... 13
Installation and Setup Checklist ........................................................ 14
ETS-Lindgren Product Information Bulletin ............................................... 14
2.0 Maintenance ....................................................................... 15
Replacement and Optional Parts .............................................................. 16
Service Procedures .................................................................................. 17
3.0 Specifications ..................................................................... 19
Camera Enclosure, Converter Enclosure, Dome ....................................... 19
Battery Pack and Charger ......................................................................... 20
Panasonic Network Camera WV-SC385 ................................................... 21
4.0 Pre-Installation Tasks ........................................................ 23
Demonstrate Good Shielding Practices ..................................................... 23
Choose the Camera Location ................................................................... 24
5.0 Install the 10/100 Ethernet Filter ....................................... 25
Overview of 10/100 Ethernet Filter Connections ....................................... 26
Overview of 10/100 Ethernet Filter Operation ........................................... 26
Installing a Schuko Plug ............................................................................ 27
6.0 Wall or Ceiling Mount the Camera ................................... 29
7.0 Install Optional Components ............................................ 33
If You Have a Chamber with a Shielded Control Room ............................. 33
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Chamber With Shielded Control Room—Additional Pre-installation
Tasks ................................................................................................ 35
Chamber With Shielded Control Room—Installation Tasks ............... 35
If You Have a Tripod Mount (For Use with or without Shielded Control
Room)....................................................................................................... 37
Tripod Mount—Additional Pre-Installation Tasks ............................... 39
Tripod Mount—Installation Tasks ...................................................... 39
If You Have a Multi-Camera System (For Use with or without Shielded
Control Room) .......................................................................................... 42
Multi-Camera System—Additional Pre-installation Tasks .................. 45
Multi-Camera System—Installation Tasks ......................................... 45
8.0 Computer Setup ................................................................. 47
Minimum Computer Requirements ............................................................ 47
Setup the Computer .................................................................................. 47
Viewing Images from a Multi-Camera System ........................................... 48
9.0 Operation ............................................................................ 49
Operating Notices ..................................................................................... 49
Viewing Images from the Camera ............................................................. 50
If the Camera Stops Working ............................................................ 50
Using Multiple Cameras ............................................................................ 50
Arranging Multi-Camera Images ....................................................... 51
Setting Up a Multi-Screen Configuration ........................................... 51
Setting Resolution & Frame Rate .............................................................. 52
Operating the Battery Pack ....................................................................... 53
Using the Battery Pack...................................................................... 53
Storing the Battery Pack ................................................................... 55
Charging the Battery Pack ................................................................ 56
Replacing the Battery Pack ............................................................... 58
Appendix A: Warranty ............................................................. 63
Appendix B: EC Declaration of Conformity .......................... 65
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Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
Note: Denotes helpful information intended to
provide tips for better use of the product.
Caution: Denotes a hazard. Failure to follow
instructions could result in minor personal injury
and/or property damage. Included text gives proper
procedures.
Warning: Denotes a hazard. Failure to follow
instructions could result in SEVERE personal injury
and/or property damage. Included text gives proper
procedures.
See the ETS-Lindgren Product Information Bulletin for safety,
regulatory, and other product marking information.
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1.0 Introduction
The ETS-Lindgren Model 4340 Digital Camera System (CCTV) is designed to
monitor tests conducted in anechoic or reverb chambers and large test cells
where moderate EMI field strengths are present. Depending on the configuration,
the camera is connected to a personal computer outside the chamber by either
Ethernet or fiber optic cables. When the camera and computer are on, the
camera image displays in a browser window at the computer. From the browser
window you can control these camera features:

Pan and tilt—Move the camera lens up and down, and from side to
side to create a wide area of vision.

Zoom—18x optical zoom with 12x digital/electronic zoom enabling
216x zoom; 36x extra optical zoom under VGA resolution with
12x digital/electronic zoom enabling 432x zoom.
Standard Configuration and Components
The standard configuration for the Model 4340 CCTV is installed into a chamber
without a shielded control room.
See the diagram on the following page.
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Introduction
The standard configuration for the Model 4340 CCTV includes these
components:

Panasonic Network Camera WV-SC385—Includes Ethernet cable
and power cable connected to camera.

Shielded camera enclosure with dome—Includes camera
penetration connected to enclosure, and absorber wrap for the
enclosure.

Mounting hardware—The hardware allows you to mount the camera
enclosure from the wall or ceiling, and includes two 12-inch pipe
lengths, one 6-inch pipe length, one elbow joint (for wall mount only),
four pipe-to-pipe couplers, and absorber wrap for the assembled pipe.

10/100 Ethernet Filter—Provides one Ethernet connector, two
fiber optic connectors, an Ethernet-to-fiber optic converter, and a
fiber optic to Ethernet converter. Depending on your configuration, the
fiber optic to Ethernet converter may be provided as an internal or
external converter. Following are the two types of 10/100 Ethernet
filters:
– LMF-4095 10/100 Ethernet filter—Includes internal
fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter.
– LMF-4106 10/100 Ethernet filter—Includes external
fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter.

Personal Computer—Includes monitor, mouse, and keyboard.

10/100 Network Switch—If you ordered a multi-camera configuration,
you will install the 10/100 network switch. If you ordered a
single-camera configuration, you will not install the switch. In that case,
store the 10/100 network switch in a safe location for future expansion
of your Model 4340 CCTV.
A 30-meter Ethernet cable is included with some configurations.
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Optional Configurations and Additional Components
Following are the optional configurations for the Model 4340 CCTV, including a
list of additional components required to install the configuration. For diagrams
and more information on installing an optional configuration, see Install Optional
Components on page 33.
IF YOU HAVE A CHAMBER WITH A SHIELDED CONTROL ROOM
You need these additional components:

Fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter

Ethernet cable to connect computer to converter (not included with all
configurations)

Fiber optic feedthrough connectors

30-meter fiber optic cable

3-meter fiber optic cable
IF YOU HAVE A TRIPOD MOUNT
For use with or without a shielded control room.
You need these additional components:
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
ETS-Lindgren H-491009 tripod

Battery pack and charger

Fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter

Ethernet cable to connect computer to converter (not included with all
configurations)

Fiber optic feedthrough connectors

30-meter fiber optic cable

3-meter fiber optic cable (only for installations with a shielded
control room)
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Introduction
IF YOU HAVE A MULTI-CAMERA SYSTEM
For use with or without a shielded control room.
You need these additional components:
The number of cameras in a multi-camera configuration may require
additional components other than those in the following list. Please
contact ETS-Lindgren to configure a multi-camera system.
For Use with
Shielded Control Room
For Use without
Shielded Control Room
 10/100 Network switch
 10/100 Network switch
 Fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter
per camera
 Ethernet cables—to connect
computer to network switch
 Ethernet cable per converter— to
connect computer to network
switch, and network switch to each
fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter
 30-meter Ethernet cable per
camera
 Fiber optic feedthrough connectors
per camera
 30-meter fiber optic cable per
camera
 1-meter fiber optic cable per
converter
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Power Supply Options
The 10/100 Ethernet filter provides the power for all configurations except the
tripod mount, which is powered by a battery pack.
10/100 ETHERNET FILTER
See the 10/100 Ethernet Filter
Installation Manual for all filter
information and installation
instructions. They are not included in
this document.
BATTERY PACK AND CHARGER
The tripod mount configuration is powered by a battery pack. The battery pack
contains a 12V 13Ah Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH) battery housed in a shielded
case. The battery normally provides up to 12 hours of operation, but operating
time may be reduced with extensive use of the pan and tilt and functions.
A battery charger and charger cable are included with the battery pack. See
Operating the Battery Pack on page 53 for more information.
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H-491009 Tripod
The H-491009 tripod includes a 1/4–20 thread center pole and a
3/8-inch thread center pole. Use the 3/8-inch thread center pole to
mount the camera onto the tripod.
This dielectric tripod is the preferred
method for mounting field probes for
making unperturbed field measurements. It
includes a 1/4–20 UNC threaded stud for
mounting any ETS-Lindgren probe with a
tripod mount. It is designed with an
adjustable center post and a rotating
mount.
About Installation and Setup
This manual provides instructions to install the Model 4340 CCTV into a chamber
without a shielded control room, including how to mount the camera on the wall,
from the ceiling, or on a tripod. Steps to install the optional components are also
included. For a list of optional configurations and components, see Optional
Configurations and Additional Components on page 10.
To install a configuration of the Model 4340 CCTV other than those described in
this manual, please contact ETS-Lindgren for more information.
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INSTALLATION AND SETUP CHECKLIST

Complete pre-installation tasks—See page 23.

Install the 10/100 Ethernet filter—See page 25.

Mount the camera—For wall or ceiling mount, see page 29. For
tripod mount, see page 37.

Install optional items—See page 33.

Set up the computer—See page 47.

Operate the camera—See page 49.
ETS-Lindgren Product Information Bulletin
See the ETS-Lindgren Product Information Bulletin included with your shipment
for the following:
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
Warranty information

Safety, regulatory, and other product marking information

Steps to receive your shipment

Steps to return a component for service

ETS-Lindgren calibration service

ETS-Lindgren contact information
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Introduction
2.0 Maintenance
Before performing any maintenance, follow the
safety information in the ETS-Lindgren
Product Information Bulletin included with your
shipment.
Maintenance of the Model 4340 CCTV is limited
to external components such as cables or
connectors.
WARRANTY
Servicing or modifying the camera without
ETS-Lindgren authorization may void your
warranty.
There are no internal user serviceable items.
Only qualified personnel should service this
equipment. Contact ETS-Lindgren for service.
Do not remove the camera from the camera
enclosure. Do not attempt to disassemble the
camera.
See the manual provided with the computer for maintenance
recommendations.
If you have any questions concerning maintenance, contact ETS-Lindgren
Customer Service.
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Replacement and Optional Parts
ETS-Lindgren may substitute a similar part or new part number with
the same functionality for another part/part number. Contact
ETS-Lindgren for questions about part numbers and ordering parts.
Following are the part numbers for ordering replacement or optional parts for the
Model 4340 CCTV.
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Part Description
Part Number
DCCTV System, for use without shielded control
room—Includes computer, includes computer
monitor
4340-01
DCCTV System, for use without shielded control
room—Includes computer, does not include
computer monitor
4340-01XMON
DCCTV System, for use without shielded control
room—Does not include computer, does not
include computer monitor
4340-01XPC
DCCTV System for use with shielded control
room—Includes computer, includes computer
monitor
4340-02
DCCTV System for use with shielded control
room—Includes computer, does not include
computer monitor
4340-02XMON
DCCTV System for use with shielded control
room—Does not include computer, does not
include computer monitor
4340-02XPC
DCCTV System, Tripod Configuration, for use with
or without shielded control room—Includes
computer, includes computer monitor
4340-03
DCCTV System, Tripod Configuration, for use with
or without shielded control room—Includes
computer, does not include computer monitor
4340-03XMON
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Part Description
Part Number
DCCTV System, Tripod Configuration, for use with
or without shielded control room—Does not include
computer, does not include computer monitor
4340-03XPC
DCCTV Camera, Pan and Tilt
111095
LMF-4095 10/100 Ethernet Filter, for use without
shielded control room, includes internal
fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter
E-LMF-4095
LMF-4106 10/100 Ethernet Filter, for use with
shielded control room, includes external
fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter
E-LMF-4106
Computer, DCCTV Monitor and Controller
707033
Tripod
H-491009
Battery Pack, Enclosure, and Battery Charger
111589
Battery Pack only
400041
Battery Charger only
H-491198-120
10/100 Network Switch
707037
Fiber Optic-to-Ethernet Converter
708043
30-meter Ethernet Cable
675298
30-meter Fiber Optic Cable
705344-30
3-meter Fiber Optic Cable
705344-3
Fiber Optic Feedthrough Connector
708027
PSE Power Cord (Japan only)
670040
Service Procedures
For the steps to return a system or system component to ETS-Lindgren for
service, see the Product Information Bulletin included with your shipment.
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3.0 Specifications
Camera Enclosure, Converter Enclosure, Dome
The converter enclosure is included only with a tripod configuration.
Enclosure/Dome Shielding:
Up to 200 Volts per meter (V/m)
14°F to 104°F
Operating Temperature:
(–10°C to 40°C)
 Height: 7.82 cm (3.08 in)
Dome Dimensions
 Radius: 7.82 cm (3.08 in)
 Diameter: 16.57 cm (6.525 in)
Camera Enclosure Dimensions
 Height: 9.685 cm (3.813 in)
 Microphone
Camera Enclosure Connectors:
 Line-out
 Diameter: 21.9 cm (8.625 in)
Converter Enclosure Dimensions
 Height: 6.35 cm (2.5 in)
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Battery Pack and Charger
The battery pack and charger are included only with a
tripod configuration.
 Width: 12.7 cm (5.0 in)
 Length: 25.4 cm (10.0 in)
Battery Pack Dimensions:
 Height (with handle):
17.18 cm (6.765 in)
 Height (without handle):
12.28 cm (4.835 in)
 12V 13Ah Nickel-Metal
Hydride (NiMH), rechargeable
Battery Type:
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 F battery pack, 13000 mAH
(rapid charge cells, 1.2 volts/cell)
Battery Life:
Up to 12 hours, depending on use
of pan and tilt functions
Battery Charger:
For 12V Nickel-Metal
Hydride (NiMH) batteries
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Specifications
Panasonic Network Camera WV-SC385
For a complete list of camera specifications, see the separate
Panasonic camera manual.
 SXVGA: 1280 x 960
Image Size:
Maximum Frames Per Second
(FPS):
 VGA: 640 x 480 (default)
Up to 30 FPS
 Range: 0º to 350º
Pan:
 Speed (manual): 0.5º to 100º
per second (approximate)
 Range: -30º to 90º
(upward-level-downward)
Tilt:
 Speed (manual): 0.5º to 100º
per second (approximate)
 18x optical zoom with
12x digital/electronic zoom
enabling 216x zoom
Zoom Ratio:
 36x extra optical zoom
under VGA resolution with
12x digital/electronic zoom
enabling 432x zoom
 10/100 Ethernet (RJ45)
 Audio output
Connectors:
 Monitor out
 Microphone/line input
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14°F to 122°F
Operating Temperature:
(–10°C to 50°C)
 Height: 155 mm (6.09 in)
Physical Dimensions:
 Diameter: 115 mm (4.53 in)
 Weight: 900 grams (1.99 lb)
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4.0 Pre-Installation Tasks
Before installing any components, follow the
safety information in the ETS-Lindgren
Product Information Bulletin included with your
shipment.
Prior to installing the Model 4340 Digital Camera System (CCTV), complete
these pre-installation tasks.
If you are installing one of the optional configurations listed under
Optional Configurations and Additional Components on page 10,
additional pre-installation tasks may be required. For a description of
pre-installation tasks for optional configurations, see Install Optional
Components on page 33.
Demonstrate Good Shielding Practices
Certain guidelines must be followed to retain the RF shielding integrity of the
chamber. These good shielding practices consist of the following:

Doors must be periodically cleaned and lubricated.

Screw-retaining items mounted within the enclosure must not
penetrate through both shields of a modular panel system. Screws
must not penetrate the screen system of a Series 60 at all.

Framing screws must never be used to fasten items within the
enclosure.

When a hole is bored for a new penetration, all burrs must be removed
and both the perimeter of the hole and the penetration must be
cleaned with a cleaning agent before installing the new penetration.

Nothing must penetrate the enclosure wall, floor, or ceiling without use
of a proper electromagnetic-designated penetration.
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Choose the Camera Location
You will install the 10/100 Ethernet filter on the outside of the chamber at the
source of power, and the camera will mount to the filter penetration inside the
chamber. Verify that the view from the selected location is obstruction-free,
especially if absorber cones are in the vicinity.
A tripod-mounted camera receives power from the battery pack, so a
10/100 Ethernet filter is not provided.
The standard mounting hardware for the Model 4340 CCTV includes two 12-inch
pipe lengths, one 6-inch pipe length, one elbow joint (for wall mount only), and
four pipe-to-pipe couplers. When installing the camera in a chamber with
absorber cones, the camera enclosure should extend just past the tips of the
cones. These pipe lengths can be assembled in a variety of lengths to
accommodate most configuration requirements.
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5.0 Install the 10/100 Ethernet Filter
Before installing any components, follow the
safety information in the ETS-Lindgren
Product Information Bulletin included with your
shipment.
See the 10/100 Ethernet Filter Installation Manual for the
pre-installation requirements and installation instructions for the filter.
They are not included in this document.
If you do not install an on/off power switch, the camera is powered on
at all times.
This does not apply to battery-operated cameras in a multi-camera
configuration.
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Overview of 10/100 Ethernet Filter Connections
Overview of 10/100 Ethernet Filter Operation
Following is an overview of the functions of the 10/100 Ethernet filter. To see the
locations of the referenced connections and components, refer to the diagram on
page 26.
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AC power enters the 10/100 Ethernet filter, and then enters the power
supply module, where the AC power is converted to 12V DC power.
One line of the converted DC power enters the filter module, and a
second line powers the fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter (not present in
all configurations).
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2.
3.
Clean DC power emerges from the filter module to the clean side of
the 10/100 Ethernet filter as two connectors:

Power connector for camera—The power cable from the camera
plugs into this power connector.

Power connector for Ethernet-to-fiber optic converter—This power
connector plugs into the converter. The Ethernet cable from the
camera also plugs into the converter.
Internal fiber optic cables extend from the external fiber optic
connectors on the dirty side of the 10/100 Ethernet filter to the clean
side. On the clean side, internal fiber optic cables plug into the
Ethernet-to-fiber optic converter. Depending on your configuration,
external fiber optic cables may plug into the external fiber optic
connectors.
Installing a Schuko Plug
If required by your country location, install a Schuko plug with the installation of
the 10/100 Ethernet filter.
1. Remove the access
cover.
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2. Turn the top of the strain relief until the strain relief is loosened from the power
cord.
3. Remove the terminal ring and spade lugs from filter.
4. Remove the cord from the filter.
5. Replace with a Schuko plug and cord.
6. Using the provided spare terminal ring and spade lugs, wire the ground wire and
power wires, as required.
7. Tighten the strain relief around the power cord, and replace the access cover.
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6.0 Wall or Ceiling Mount the Camera
Before installing any components, follow the
safety information in the ETS-Lindgren
Product Information Bulletin included with your
shipment.
Before you mount the camera, complete the installation of the 10/100 Ethernet
filter.
See the 10/100 Ethernet Filter Installation Manual for the
pre-installation requirements and installation instructions for the filter.
They are not included in this document.
Follow these instructions to mount the camera from the wall or ceiling. To mount
the camera on a tripod, see If You Have a Tripod Mount on page 37.
1.
Assemble the two 12-inch and one 6-inch pipe lengths as required by
your installation, and connect them with the pipe-to-pipe couplers.
Manually tighten the couplers.
Do not use the elbow joint if mounting the camera from the ceiling.
2.
Run the power cable and the Ethernet cable from the camera through
the pipe.
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3.
Connect the assembled pipe to the filter penetration with a pipe-to-pipe
coupler, running the cables through the penetration to the
10/100 Ethernet filter outside the chamber. Manually tighten the
coupler to secure the pipe.
4.
Connect the camera enclosure to the assembled pipe.
If wall-mounting the camera, screw the camera penetration onto the
elbow joint at the end of the pipe. Tighten the locking nut with a
wrench.
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If mounting the camera from the ceiling, connect the camera
penetration to the pipe with a pipe-to-pipe coupler. Manually tighten the
coupler, and then tighten the locking nut with a wrench.
Point ETS-Lindgren label
to center of desired field of vision
When the camera enclosure is completely connected to the pipe, the
ETS-Lindgren label on the enclosure should point to the center of the
desired field of vision.
5.
If the ETS-Lindgren label does not point to the center of the desired
field of vision, slightly loosen the camera penetration nut and locking
nut to rotate the camera enclosure so the label is in the correct
location, and then securely retighten both nuts.
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6.
Plug the Ethernet cable from the camera into the connector on the
Ethernet-to-fiber optic converter in the 10/100 Ethernet filter, and then
plug the power cable from the camera into the keyed power connector
cable from the converter. For a diagram of filter connections, see
page 26.
7.
Provide additional shielding by encircling the enclosure and assembled
pipe with the provided absorber wrap.
To install optional components, see page 33. To set up the computer, see
page 47.
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7.0 Install Optional Components
Before installing any components, follow the
safety information in the ETS-Lindgren
Product Information Bulletin included with your
shipment.
To install the following configurations and components:

If you have a chamber with a shielded control room—See the next
section.

If you have a tripod mount (for use with or without a shielded control
room)—See page 37.

If you have a multi-camera system (for use with or without a shielded
control room)—See page 42.
A 10/100 network switch is included with your order. If you are
installing a multi-camera configuration, you will install the
10/100 network switch. If you are installing a single-camera
configuration, you will not install the switch. In that case, store the
10/100 network switch in a safe location for future expansion of your
Model 4340 Digital Camera System (CCTV).
If You Have a Chamber with a Shielded Control Room
In addition to mounting the camera from the wall or ceiling, a shielded control
room requires you to install a fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter, an Ethernet cable,
fiber optic cables, and fiber optic feedthrough connectors.
See the diagram on the following page.
To set up the computer, see page 47.
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CHAMBER WITH SHIELDED CONTROL ROOM—ADDITIONAL
PRE-INSTALLATION TASKS
Install the fiber optic feedthrough connectors in the wall of the shielded control
room.
CHAMBER WITH SHIELDED CONTROL ROOM—INSTALLATION TASKS
1. Remove the access
cover.
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Your 10/100 Ethernet filter may have shipped with an external
fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter, and the fiber optic cables connected
internally. If so, skip step 2 and step 3 in the following instructions.
2. Disconnect the fiber optic
cables from the fiber
optic-to-Ethernet
converter. Plug the
cables into the internal
fiber optic connectors.
3. Remove the fiber
optic-to-Ethernet
converter from the
10/100 Ethernet filter.
4. Place the fiber
optic-to-Ethernet
converter in the same
location as the personal
computer.
5. Connect an Ethernet
cable from the computer
to the converter.
6. Connect two fiber optic cables to the converter and run the cables through the
feedthrough connectors.
7. Plug the fiber optic cables into the external fiber optic connectors on the
10/100 Ethernet filter.
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If You Have a Tripod Mount (For Use with or without
Shielded Control Room)
A tripod mount configuration requires you install a tripod, battery pack,
fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter, an Ethernet cable, fiber optic cables, and
fiber optic feedthrough connectors. The fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter is
housed in the shielded enclosure attached to the camera enclosure, requiring no
additional assembly.
See the diagram on the following page.
To set up the computer, see page 47.
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TRIPOD MOUNT—ADDITIONAL PRE-INSTALLATION TASKS
Install the fiber optic feedthrough connectors in the wall of the chamber. If you
have a shielded control room, also install fiber optic feedthrough connectors in
the wall of the control room.
TRIPOD MOUNT—INSTALLATION TASKS
The H-491009 tripod includes a 1/4–20 thread center pole and a
3/8-inch thread center pole. Use the 3/8-inch thread center pole to
mount the camera onto the tripod.
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While performing the following steps, always protect
and support the camera and camera enclosure. Do
not roll, jar, or drop the camera and camera
enclosure. ETS-Lindgren is not responsible for
damage to the camera as a result of improper
handling.
1. Set up the tripod in the
chamber.
2. Remove the 3/8-in thread
center pole from the tripod by
rotating the height adjuster
knob to loosen, and then lifting
the pole up.
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3. Place the camera and camera
enclosure in a stable location
to prevent it from rolling or
falling. Securely support the
camera and enclosure, and
rotate the 3/8-in thread
center pole into the threaded
connector on the bottom of the
enclosure.
4. Supporting the camera and enclosure, carefully re-insert the 3/8-in thread
center pole into the tripod. When the center pole is at the desired height, rotate
the height adjuster knob to tighten.
5. Place the fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter in the same location as the personal
computer.
6. Connect an Ethernet cable from the computer to the converter.
7. Connect two fiber optic cables to the converter and run the cables through the
feedthrough connectors to the location of the camera and tripod in the chamber.
If you have a shielded control room, you will run the cable through two sets of
feedthrough connectors to the camera and tripod.
8. Plug the fiber optic cables into the fiber optic connectors on the bottom of the
converter enclosure.
9. Place the battery pack on the chamber floor next to the tripod. Plug one end of
the power cable into the battery pack, and the other end into the power
connector on the bottom of the converter enclosure.
You must charge the battery pack before using it for the first time. See
Charging the Battery Pack on page 56 for complete charging
information.
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If You Have a Multi-Camera System (For Use with or
without Shielded Control Room)
In addition to mounting the cameras from the wall or ceiling, a multi-camera
configuration without a shielded control room requires you to install a
10/100 network switch and Ethernet cables.
See the diagrams on the following pages.
To set up the computer for a multi-camera system, see
Computer Setup on page 47 and Viewing Images from a
Multi-Camera System on page 48.
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If you have a shielded control room, also install a 10/100 network switch, one
fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter per camera, Ethernet cables, fiber optic cables,
and fiber optic feedthrough connectors.
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MULTI-CAMERA SYSTEM—ADDITIONAL PRE-INSTALLATION TASKS
For a multi-camera configuration, you will need to install one
10/100 Ethernet filter per camera, in addition to mounting the cameras.

Install filters— Follow the 10/100 Ethernet filter installation
instructions in the separate document, 10/100 Ethernet Filter
Installation Manual. They are not included in this document.

Mount cameras—Follow the instructions to wall-mount or
ceiling-mount a camera on page 29.
If you have a shielded control room, also install fiber optic feedthrough
connectors in the wall of the control room.
MULTI-CAMERA SYSTEM—INSTALLATION TASKS
1.
Place the 10/100 network switch in the same location as the personal
computer.
2.
Plug the Ethernet cable from the computer into any of the numbered
connectors on the network switch.
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3.
If you do not have a shielded control room—

Plug one Ethernet cable for each camera into any of the numbered
connectors on the network switch.

Run each cable to a 10/100 Ethernet filter.

Plug the cable into the external Ethernet connector on the
10/100 Ethernet filter. For a diagram of filter connections, see page 26.
If you have a shielded control room—Follow the steps listed in
Chamber With Shielded Control Room—Installation Tasks on page 35
to install the fiber optic-to-Ethernet converter.
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8.0 Computer Setup
Before connecting any components, follow the
safety information in the ETS-Lindgren
Product Information Bulletin included with your
shipment.
Minimum Computer Requirements
If you purchased a Model 4340 Digital Camera System (CCTV) configuration
from ETS-Lindgren that includes a personal computer, the following requirements
are met. If you plan to install a computer other than one provided by
ETS-Lindgren, verify that it meets these minimum requirements:
Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
Internet Explorer® Browser
7 Professional (64 bit/32 bit)
8.0
Vista Business SP1 (32 bit)
7.0
XP Professional SP3
6.0 SP3
Setup the Computer
If you install a computer other than one provided by ETS-Lindgren,
see the separate Panasonic camera manual for complete information
on setting up the computer and IP address, and installing additional
software.
If you purchased a Model 4340 CCTV configuration from ETS-Lindgren that
includes a personal computer, follow these steps:
1.
Follow the instructions included with the computer to set it up in the
desired location, and to connect the monitor, keyboard, and mouse.
2.
Follow the computer instructions to connect the Ethernet cable and
power cables, and to connect the computer and monitor to power.
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3.
Follow the computer instructions to turn on the computer.
4.
Internet Explorer automatically loads, links to the IP address of
camera, and displays the current view from the camera.
Viewing Images from a Multi-Camera System
There are two options for viewing the images from multiple cameras:

Multi Windows—This setting opens a separate Internet Explorer
window for each camera. Each window can be individually resized as
required.

Multi View—This setting opens one Internet Explorer window that is
split into sections, one section for each camera.
Because the Multi Windows view provides a faster response time than the
Multi View, typically the default view for a multi-camera system is the
Multi Windows view. If you want to change to Multi View, click the
Screen changeover button located in the upper right corner of any of the
windows.
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9.0 Operation
Before connecting any components, follow the
safety information in the ETS-Lindgren
Product Information Bulletin included with your
shipment.
Operating Notices
Before placing the Model 4340 Digital Camera System (CCTV) into service,
follow these precautions:

Never face the camera towards any bright or reflective light. This may
cause a smear on the picture and possible damage to the
charge-coupled device (CCD).

Do not expose the camera to moisture, or place the camera in an area
where condensation may form. Moisture will cause damage to the
internal components of the camera and create an electrical shock
hazard.

Do not manually move the pan and tilt head. This may cause
irreparable damage to the internal mechanism.
For complete information on using the camera, including viewing,
recording, and playback, see the separate Panasonic camera manual.
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Viewing Images from the Camera
When the camera is powered on, it will take up to one minute to
start up.
To view an image from the camera, simply turn on your computer. With the
current view from the camera displayed in Internet Explorer®:
1.
Click on the area of the screen that you want to view, and the camera
pans and tilts to the specified area.
2.
Zoom in and out on the current view by rotating the roller wheel on the
mouse.
IF THE CAMERA STOPS WORKING
If the camera suddenly shuts off during operation, turn off the battery pack and
charge it. See Charging the Battery Pack on page 56 for complete charging
information.
If the battery pack is fully charged and the camera still will not turn on, contact
ETS-Lindgren for assistance.
Using Multiple Cameras
To set up a multi-camera configuration using one Internet Explorer browser
window per camera, see Arranging Multi-Camera Images on page 51. To set up
a multi-camera configuration using one Internet Explorer browser window for all
cameras, see Setting Up a Multi-Screen Configuration on page 51.
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ARRANGING MULTI-CAMERA IMAGES
1.
Power up all cameras. Allow cameras to complete self-test routine.
2.
Open Internet Explorer and type IP address of one camera. Type
the IP address for one camera in the address bar in the browser
window.
3.
Open a second Internet Explorer browser window and type the
next IP address. Repeat this step until you open a browser window for
each camera on the network.
4.
Arrange browser windows. Drag windows to desired location on
monitors. Re-size windows as required.
SETTING UP A MULTI-SCREEN CONFIGURATION
You can configure up to four cameras as a group and up to four
groups, for a maximum of 16 cameras.
1.
Power up all cameras. Allow cameras to complete self-test routine.
2.
Select desired configuration. On the camera home screen, click the
button under Multi-screen that corresponds to the desired image
configuration.
3.
Enter the IP address or the host name. Click Setup and enter the
information for the first camera, using a maximum of 128 characters.
For example:

For an IPv4 address: http://192.168.0.10:8080

For an IPv6 address: http://[2001:db8:0:0:0:0:0:1]:8080
When using the host name, it is necessary to configure the
DNS settings of the computer that will be used for the multi-screen
display (IPv4 network). If you purchased the computer from
ETS-Lindgren, it was shipped to you pre-configured.
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4.
Enter the title of the camera, using a maximum of 20 characters. The
camera title will display on the multi-screen.
Do not use these characters in the camera title:
5.

"

&

When selecting a 16-split screen, some characters of the camera title
may not display.

The multi-screen will display in 4:3 aspect ratio even when 16:9 is
selected.
Complete Setup information. Enter the rest of the setup information
on the camera home screen, as desired.
Setting Resolution & Frame Rate
1.
Power up all cameras. Allow cameras to complete self-test routine.
2.
Click Setup and then click General. The settings window will display.
3.
Set Resolution to the desired setting and then click Save. Set and
save the resolution setting before setting the frame rate.
Optical zoom increases when using a lower resolution.
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4.
Set Frame Rate to 30 and then click Save. Set and save the
frame rate.
5.
Close the settings window.
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Operating the Battery Pack
You must charge the battery pack before using it for the first time. See
Charging the Battery Pack on page 56 for complete charging
information.
USING THE BATTERY PACK
The power button located on the battery pack functions as an on/off switch for
the battery pack and the camera. When you are using the camera, the button
should be in the on position. When the camera is off or the battery pack is in
storage, the button should be in the off position. See Storing the Battery Pack on
page 55 for the charging requirements for battery pack storage.
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Turn off the battery pack before connecting or disconnecting cables.
To turn the battery pack on—Push the
power button in to depress the button. In this
position, the battery pack will continuously
supply power.
(For operation)
Select this setting to use the camera.
(For charging and storage)
To turn the battery pack off—Push the
power button in and then release it to the off
position. In this position, the battery pack will
not supply power.
Select this setting to turn off the camera or to
place the battery pack into storage.
See the next section, Storing the Battery
Pack, for the charging requirements for
battery pack storage.
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STORING THE BATTERY PACK
Make sure the power button is in the off
position before storing the battery pack.
Fully charge the battery pack before placing it
into storage.
When storing it for an extended period of time,
charge the battery pack once per month. Over
time the battery pack will slowly discharge, and
permanent damage could occur if the
battery pack completely discharges.
ETS-Lindgren is not responsible for damage to
the battery pack as a result of improper
handling and care.
If you store the battery pack for an extended period of time, you must charge the
battery pack once per month. If stored without periodically charging, the batteries
could lose the ability to hold a charge and would need to be replaced. See
Charging the Battery Pack on page 56 for complete charging information.
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CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK
You must charge the battery pack before using it for the first time.
You may charge the battery pack inside or outside the chamber. If
charging the battery pack inside the chamber, do not perform any
testing while charging is in progress.
The battery pack normally provides up to 12 hours of operation, but operating
time may be reduced with extensive use of the pan and tilt and functions.
It can take up to 24 hours to fully charge the battery pack. Following are the
steps:
1. Make sure the power button on the battery pack is in the off position.
2. Disconnect the camera power cable from the battery pack.
3. Plug the charging cable from the battery charger into the battery pack.
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4. Slide the selector switch on the battery charger to 1.8A.
5. Connect the battery charger to a mains supply (100 or 240 VAC).
6. Turn on the mains supply. The charge light on the battery charger will illuminate
red, indicating a charge is in progress.
Continue charging until the charge light illuminates green, indicating a full charge.
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REPLACING THE BATTERY PACK
At end of useful life, please recycle the used batteries, or dispose of
them safely and properly. Many cities collect used batteries for
recycling or disposal. You may contact your local waste disposal
agency for information on battery recycling and disposal.
1. Make sure the power button on the battery pack is in the off position.
2. Disconnect the cable from the power connector on the battery pack.
3. Remove the screws from the lid of the battery pack enclosure, and then lift the lid
to remove it from the enclosure.
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4. Inside the enclosure, disconnect the two charging cables by separating each
cable at the middle connector.
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5. Place the enclosure on one side, and remove the two bracket screws from the
bottom of the enclosure.
To prevent the battery pack from shifting inside the enclosure while removing the
bracket screws, support the pack with your hand.
6. Place the enclosure on
the bottom, and carefully
move the bracket
towards the front of the
enclosure.
Avoid placing stress
on the charging
cables as you move
the bracket.
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7. Lift to remove the battery
pack from the enclosure.
8. Place the new battery pack inside the enclosure.
9. Replace the bracket, and then the bracket screws removed in step 5.
10. Connect the charging cables disconnected in step 0.
11. Replace the lid on the enclosure, and insert and tighten the screws.
12. Plug the charging cable from the battery charger into the charger connector on
the battery pack. Follow the steps on page 56 to charge the new battery pack.
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Appendix A: Warranty
See the Product Information Bulletin included with your shipment for
the complete ETS-Lindgren warranty for your Model 4340 Digital
Camera System (CCTV).
DURATION OF WARRANTIES FOR MODEL 4340 CCTV
All product warranties, except the warranty of title, and all remedies for warranty
failures are limited to two years.
Product Warranted
Duration of Warranty Period
Model 4340 Digital Camera System
(CCTV)
2 Years
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Appendix B: EC Declaration of Conformity
The EC Declaration of Conformity is the method by which ETS-Lindgren Inc.
declares that the equipment listed on this document complies with the
EMC Directive and Low Voltage Directive.
Factory
Issued by
ETS-Lindgren Inc.
1301 Arrow Point Drive
Cedar Park, TX, USA 78613
ETS-Lindgren Inc.
1301 Arrow Point Drive
Cedar Park, TX, USA 78613
The products listed below are eligible to bear the CE mark:
– Model 4340 Digital Camera System (CCTV)
APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS
AUTHORIZED SIGNATORIES
The authorizing signatures on the EC Declaration of Conformity document
authorize ETS-Lindgren Inc. to affix the CE mark to the indicated product.
CE marks placed on these products will be distinct and visible. Other marks or
inscriptions liable to be confused with the CE mark will not be affixed to these
products. ETS-Lindgren Inc. has ensured that appropriate documentation shall
remain available on premises for inspection and validation purposes for a period
of no less than 10 years.
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