CFH22V2 Installation Manual

CFH22V2 Installation Manual
Getting to Know Your Camera
CF-Series
Getting to Know Your Camera (cont.)
VIDEO
1
2 3
ON
4
540TVLine High Resolution
Box Camera
ECE
5 6
POWER
-
+
V-PHASE
VIDEO LENS
L
ALC
H
DC 12V
AC 24V
GND
Quick Start Guide
BNC Composite
Video Output
Video Lens Drive Function Power Input
Terminal Block
Switches Terminal Block
Focus
Lock
Screw
Focus
Adjust
Lens
Bracket
Mount Mount
Rear Panel Connections
(AC/DC low voltage)
Top View
DC Lens
Adjustment
VIDEO
1
2 3
ON
4
ECE
5 6
POWER
-
+
V-PHASE
This camera is the ideal solution for home security and
surveillance needs. It provides excellent image quality
even in low-light conditions, by using a software night
mode to reduce color noise in reduced light.
L
ALC
H
VIDEO LENS
Ƃ 100VA
DC Lens
Connector
Side View
Power Power
V-Phase
Adjustment Socket LED
Rear Panel Connections
(AC mains)
Important Notes
Getting Started
Mounting Your Camera
Safety Information
Connecting to a Power Supply
This product is intended for security and surveillance
CCTV applications. It must be installed and maintained
in accordance with good installation practice.
Cameras are available in two types, AC mains and
AC/DC low voltage. Your camera type is clearly labeled
on the rear panel.
Your camera can be mounted from the top or bottom,
either on a bracket or tripod. The mounting points accept
standard photographic mounting bolts (1/4" BSW or 20
UNC).
Installation and servicing must only be carried out
by qualified personnel.
To avoid risk of damage or electric shock, do not
attempt to service this product or open the chassis.
This product contains no user-serviceable parts.
Low voltage cameras must be powered from a UL
listed class 2 power supply.
For outdoor use, please employ an IP65 (or better)
certified protective housing.
Mains cameras are not evaluated by UL.
CAUTION: To prevent risk of fire or electric shock,
do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
This camera is designed for indoor general-purpose
CCTV applications only. Do not expose to extreme
conditions such as temperatures outside the range of
-10ºC~50ºC (14ºF~122ºF).
This camera must be used in a clean, dry, dust-free
environment unless enclosed in an IP65 (or better)
certified housing.
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
The manufacturer declares that this product is compliant
with EMC directive 89/336, and Low Voltage Directive
LVD 73/23 EEC, conforming to the requirements of
standards EN 55022 for emissions, IEC801 parts 2, 3 and
4 for immunity, and EN 60065 for electrical equipment
NOTE: This is a class B product. In a domestic
environment this product may cause radio interference.
Mains Power Supply: This camera operates directly
from the mains supply come with a detachable power
supply cord. The operating voltage is 100~250VAC
Low Voltage Power Supply: This camera operates
between 11~28 VDC and 20-29VAC. Connections are
indicated above the terminals on the rear panel of the
The power LED on the rear panel is lit when the camera
is connected to a power source.
NOTE: The typical power consumption of a camera
is less than 5 Watts.
Connecting to a TV / Video
Connect a video coaxial cable terminated with a 75 Ohm
BNC connector to the BNC socket labeled VIDEO OUT.
Connect the other end of the cable to the VIDEO IN
socket of your video or television equipment.
R
L
VIDEO
R
L
VIDEO
The mounting bracket must be capable of supporting
the camera and the lens.
Should the lens be substantially heavier than the camera,
it is recommended to use the mounting point on the lens
itself.
NOTE: Ensure the bracket hardware and mounting
surface can support the load of the camera and
bracket.
Installing Lenses
Before installing a lens, you must first remove the lens
cover from the camera.
Setting the Focus
Installing a Direct (DC) Drive Lens
The picture focus is adjusted using the back focus
adjustment mechanism which is located on the front of the
camera,above and below the lens mount. The range of
adjustment allows both C and CS mount lenses to be used
without a spacer ring.
Use the following procedure to adjust the focus:
1. If using a C-mount lens, turn the back focus adjustment
fully counter-clockwise with the lens facing towards you
(see Setting the Focus).
2. Fit and connect the lens to the camera according to the
following pin assignments.
1. Unscrew the back focus adjustment lock screw.
2. Turn the focus adjustment counter-clockwise (if facing
the lens) to move the CCD sensor away from the back
of the lens, or clockwise to move the CCD sensor
towards the back of the lens.
3. Tighten the lock screw to fix the focus adjustment in
place.
DC LENS
4
3
1
2
Pin Number
DC Drive
Pin 1
Damp-
Pin 2
Damp +
Pin 3
Drive -
Pin 4
Drive +
V-Phase
When the camera is connected to analogue display
equipment that is connected to a different mains supply
phase, picture roll may be experienced.
The V-Phase potentiometer can used to reduce this
effect by varying the field sync trigger point.
This feature is only active when the camera is connected
to an AC supply and the LL/INT switchis set to LL. The
control will give 0~270º of adjustment
ALC
The ALC control is used adjust the video signal level
when using a DC Iris lens.
See: Installing a Direct (DC) Drive Lens
1
2
CAUTION: The maximum load for this type of lens
must not exceed 25mA.
Installing Fixed and Manual Lenses
1. If using a C-mount lens, turn the back focus adjustment
fully counter-clockwise with the lens facing towards you
(see Setting the Focus).
2. Screw the lens on to the camera.
3. Ensure the electronic iris is enabled: AUTO/MAN set to
AUTO or AUTO/MAN set to MAN AI-AES set to AES
4. Ensure that the AGC control is set to TURBO
5. If the lens has an iris, open this fully.
6. If the lens has a focusing ring fitted, set it to infinity (∞)
and then adjust the back focus.
6. If the lens has an iris, close according to the required
depth of field.
3. Set the lens type selector switch to AUTO (or MAN
and AI/AES set to AI).
4. Set the AGC switch to AGC.
5. If a focus ring is fitted to the lens, set it to infinity (∞)
and then adjust the back focus.
6. With typical scene illumination, set the ALC Level
adjustment potentiometer to the correct exposure.
This can be achieved manually or by using and
oscilloscope or level meter to set the output of the
camera to 1 V peak-peak.
7. Ensure the Automatic Gain Control switch is set to
TURBO.
Specifications
General
NTSC
Image Size
1/3 Format Interline CCD Sensor
Pixel Element
768(H) x 494(V)
Scanning Frequency
Selects the camera's synchronization mode. When the
camera is connected to an AC power supply, the Line
Lock (LL) mode can be used.
1. If using a C-mount lens, turn the back focus adjustment
fully counter-clockwise with the lens facing towards you
(see Setting the Focus).
2. Fit the lens to the camera according to the following pin
assignments.
VIDEO LENS
CAUTION: The maximum load for this type of lens
must not exceed 50mA.
3. Set the lens type selector switch to AUTO (or MAN
and AI/AES set to AI).
4. Set the AGC switch to AGC.
5. If a focus ring is fitted to the lens, set it to infinity (∞)
and then adjust the back focus.
6. With typical scene illumination, set the ALC Level
adjustment potentiometer to the correct exposure.
This can be achieved manually or by using an
oscilloscope or level meter to set the output of the
camera to 1 V peak-peak.
If lighting conditions are very uneven, it may be
necessary to adjust the lens Peak/Average
potentiometer.
6. Ensure the Automatic Gain Control switch is set to
TURBO.
3pin Push Lock Terminal Block
Power Source
AC Power Supply 20~28VAC
DC Power Supply 11VDC~28VDC
Power Consumption
4W Max
3Ø Green LED on Rear Panel
Video Drive 3pin Push Lock Terminal Block on Rear
DC Drive 4pin Connector on Side
Lens Mount
CS ~ C Mount Adjustable
Back Focus Adjust
CS Mount 11mm ~ 18mm
Mounting Hole
1/4” Top and Bottom
External Dimension
67.5mm(W) x 58.5mm(H) x 133.5mm (L)
Functional Specification
NTSC
Exposure Control
Auto Detect : Auto Electronic Shutter / Video
This feature is only active when AUTO/MAN is set to
MAN.
Selecting AI enables DD or Video Drive mode, depending
on the type of lens connected.
Selecting AES enables Electronic Iris mode, which
compensates for excessive light levels by automatically
adjusting the camera shutter speed. This mode should
only be used with fixed or manual iris lenses.
CK / ON
The CK (Chroma Killer) mode can be activated when
AGC is in TURBO mode, and suppresses chroma
information within the image in low light, producing a
monochrome image. Switch to ON to activate.
PAL
Auto IRIS / DC Auto IRIS
BLC / ON
The Backlight Compensation feature eliminates the effect
of strong background lighting, maintaining the correct
exposure. Switch to ON to activate. When switched to
BLC, the feature is off.
AI/ AES
H:15625Hz V:50.0Hz
BNC 75Ω unbalanced
The Automatic Gain Control feature can improve picture
quality in low lighting conditions. Select TURBO for most
applications. Setting to AGC will remove 'noise' from the
image, but it will also limit the camera's sensitivity.
The AUTO feature automatically detects the type of lens
attached to the camera. Plugging a DC lens into the side
connector will enable DD lens mode. Connecting a video
lens to the rear connectors wil enable Video Drive lens
mode. If no lens connections are made the the camera
will assume a manual or fixed ir
The MAN setting is provided as a manual overide in the
case that a lens is incorrectly detected. If MAN is selected
the AI/AES switch must as also be set for the appropriate
lens type - see below.
H:15750Hz V:59.94Hz
Input Terminal
AES
AUTO / MAN
PAL 2:1 Interlace
Output Terminal
AGC / TURBO
Installing a Video Drive Lens
430K pixels
NTSC 2:1 Interlace
-10°C~+50°C / -20°C~+60°C
IRIS Connector
LL / INT
752(H) x 582(V)
380K pixels
Operation/Storage Temperature
Power Indicator
Controls and Switches
PAL
Auto Luminance Control
1/60 (1/50) ~ 1/100000 sec Max.
Auto IRIS Control
Video Drive / DC Drive - Separate Outputs
Video IRIS Output
1.0Vpp (100 IRE Video Output)
DC IRIS Output
650mV at 85Ω Impendance
BLC
Center Area for Auto IRIS and AES
Auto White Balance
Auto White Balance
Auto White Balance Range
AWB : 2700K ~ 11000K
AWB-EX : 2000K ~ 18000K
Day & Night
Fuzzy Software Nightmode ON/OFF
AGC Boost
Enhanced AGC Gain to Max. 36dB
SYNC System
Line Lock
INT / Line Lock
Phase Adjust Range 0°C~270°C
Frequency Range 60Hz +/- 1Hz
NTSC
Video Specification
Resolution
50Hz +/- 1Hz
PAL
Normal Mode 540 TV Line
S-DN Mode 570 TV Line
Minimum Illumination
0.7Lux @ F=1.2 (50 IRE Video Output)
Video Output
1.0Vpp 75Ω BNC unbalanced
S/N Ratio
50dB
AGC Turbo Gain
36dB
AGC Preset Gain
26dB
H Aperture
10 IRE (r 0.45 100 IRE Video Output)
V Aperture
10 IRE (r 0.45 100 IRE Video Output)
Gamma Compensation
0.45
Function Control or Adjustment
NTSC
Exposure Control
Auto Detect : Auto Electronic Shutter / Auto
PAL
IRIS
Color Killer
Fuzzy ON / OFF
BLC
ON / OFF Switchable
AGC Gain Control
AGC Normal / AGC Turbo
SYNC System
INT / LL Switchable on Rear Panel
V-Phase
Via Resistor on Rear Panel
Lens Level Control
Via Resistor on Rear Panel for DC Drive Lens
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