TK-C685_C686_manual_eng
PTZ DOME CAMERA
OUTDOOR PTZ DOME CAMERA
TK-C685E
TK-C686E
TK-C685WPE
TK-C686WPE
INSTRUCTIONS
TK-C685E/TK-C686E
TK-C686E (A)
TK-C686WPE (B)
TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE
Thank you for purchasing this product.
Before beginning to operate this unit, please read
the instruction manual carefully in order to make
sure that the best possible performance is obtained.
LST0737-001B
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Information for Users on Disposal of Old
Equipment
[European Union]
This symbol indicates that the electrical and
electronic equipment should not be disposed as
general household waste at its end-of-life.
Instead, the product should be handed over to the
applicable collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment for proper
Attention: treatment, recovery and recycling in accordance
This symbol with your national legislation.
is only valid By disposing of this product correctly, you will
help to conserve natural resources and will help
in the
prevent potential negative effects on the
European
environment and human health which could
Union.
otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste
handling of this product. For more information
about collection point and recycling of this
product, please contact your local municipal
office, your household waste disposal service or
the shop where you purchased the product.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal
of this waste, in accordance with national
legislation.
(Business users)
If you wish to dispose of this product, please visit
our web page www.jvc-europe.com to obtain
information about the take-back of the product.
[Other Countries outside the European Union]
If you wish to dispose of this product, please do
so in accordance with applicable national
legislation or other rules in your country for the
treatment of old electrical and electronic
equipment.
Mounting to a firm place
As the unit rotates at high speed, mount it on a firm place
with sufficient strength to support the vibration and weight
of the unit.
Mass: Approx. 1.9 kg (TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
Approx. 5.5 kg (TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
If the ceiling material (e.g., decorated plywood, plaster
board and bluster board) is not strong enough, apply
reinforcement materials such as veneer plywood.
(TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
If the strength is not sufficient, vibrations will cause fuzzy
images on the monitor screen. In the worst scenario, the
camera may even fall off and hit somebody, resulting in
serious accidents.
Mounting the camera correctly with the
designated mount brackets
Always use the designated mount brackets. Be sure to
connect the fall prevention wire and tighten the fixing
screws or nuts securely.
Using the correct power and voltage
The rated power of this product is AC24 V 50 Hz/60 Hz.
Supplying a power beyond the rated value may result in
failures and in the worst scenario, smoking and fire.
This unit is able to divert lightening conduction to itself and
the connecting cables to a certain extent but this is not 100
% guaranteed. For installation locations that are likely to
suffer lightening strikes, be sure to take appropriate
measures such as adding arrestor to the connecting cables.
Consult your dealer as special technique is required when
installing this product.
Ensure that the fixing screws or nuts are tightened securely,
otherwise, the unit may fall off.
Inspect the unit regularly.
Screws may be loosened due to vibration or deterioration of
the mounting section. Perform regular inspections for
loosened screws and check whether there is any danger of
the unit falling off.
Handle the camera unit carefully when installing
this product. Otherwise it may fall and result in
injuries.
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Getting Started
Features
Image Stabilizer
This function detects camera shaking and reduces image
shaking. (TK-C686E/TK-C686WPE only)
Supports Pelco protocol
Waterproof and weather-resistant chassis
(TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
This product supports Pelco Inc.‘s Pelco-D/P protocol.
The anti-dust and drip-proof structure will shield the unit from
rain, thus enabling it to be installed outdoors directly. (IP66
specifications)
Enables display of menu in multiple languages
T TK-C685E/TK-C686E is intended for indoor use, and cannot
be used outdoors or at places that are exposed to water.
Realizing a High Picture Quality
This product uses high resolution 410,000 pixels CCD and a
new digital image processing IC to achieve a standard resolution
of 540 lines and high resolution/high image quality of S/N50dB
(standard).
High Power Zoom Lens
The optical 27 times (TK-C685E/TK-C685WPE) or optical 36
times (TK-C686E/TK-C686WPE) high power lens allows you to
conduct detailed monitoring. The high power and large focal
ratio F1.6 (WIDE edge) and bright zoom lens realize 1.0 lx (AGC
MODE ASUPERB, 50 %) high sensitivity during color mode.
ExDR (Wide Dynamic Range) function
It allows an object with luminance difference to be shot vividly.
Equipped with high precision high speed rotation
platform
The newly developed direct drive rotation platform rotates at a
high speed of 500⬚/s both horizontally and vertically, thus
allowing the camera to move to the preset positions quickly. As it
does not have a slowdown mechanism, it is very durable, has a
high stopping accuracy and can rotate smoothly even at low
speed.
Day/Night surveillance
This product is equipped with a day/night surveillance infrared
filter mechanism. During low illuminance such as night time,
switching out the infrared filter will switch the product to high
sensitivity mode (B&W).
Private Mask function
You can select to display the menu of this product in English,
French, German, Italian, or Spanish language. (Russian
language not supported) (A Page 38)
● Before starting an important recording, be sure to
perform a test recording in order to confirm that a normal
recording is possible.
● We do not accept liability for the loss of a recording in
the case of it becoming impossible to record due to a
problem in the video camera, VTR, hard disk recorder or
video tape.
● The Home Motion Detect (Tracking) function is a simple
function and cannot be used as a substitute for a
security alarm. JVC shall not be liable for any
inconveniences or damages caused in the event of error
detection or when these functions cannot be detected.
We shall not be liable for any inconveniences or
damages caused as a result of operational failure for
alarm input/output.
How to Read this Manual
䡵 Symbols used in this manual
Note
:States precautions to be taken during operation.
Memo
:States restrictions on the functions or use of this
equipment. For reference purposes.
A
:Indicates the page numbers or items to refer to.
䡵 Contents of this manual
● JVC holds the copyright to this manual. Any part or all of
this manual may not be reproduced without prior
consent from the company.
● Product names of other companies described in this
manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of the
respective companies. Symbols such as 姠, 姞 and 姝 are
omitted in this manual.
● Design, specifications and other contents described in
this manual are subject to change for improvements
without prior notice.
● TK-C685E/TK-C686E is used in all illustrations on
pages that are common among all camera models.
This function allows you to blankout areas that you do not wish
to display in the location to be recorded.
Tracking function (simple tracking)
This function tracks and shoots moving objects when home
position is displayed.
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Getting Started
Contents
Detailed setting
Getting Started
Features......................................................................... 3
Contents......................................................................... 4
Precautions .................................................................... 5
Name and Function of Parts .......................................... 8
TK-C685E/TK-C686E................................................ 8
TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE .................................. 10
System Connection Example....................................... 12
Connection/Installation
(TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
Camera Installation Procedures...................................
Mounting the Camera ..................................................
Switch Setting ..............................................................
Cable Connection ........................................................
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Changing camera settings from remote control
Setting Procedures ......................................................
Menu Display When Using Pelco Protocol ..................
Flow of Menu Screens .................................................
LANGUAGE Setting....................................................
CAMERA FUNCTION1 screen ....................................
CAMERA FUNCTION2 screen ....................................
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM screen..................................
CAMERA ALC screen..................................................
CAMERA VIDEO screen..............................................
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE screen ..........................
POS.FUNCTION SET.. screen ....................................
FACTORY SETTINGS screen .....................................
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Others
Connection/Installation
(TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
Camera Installation Procedures...................................
Mounting the Camera ..................................................
Switch Setting ..............................................................
Cable Connection ........................................................
Private Mask Setting ....................................................
Home Motion Detect (Alarm) Setting ...........................
HOME M.DETECT (TRACKING) Setting.....................
Manual Pan Limit Setting .............................................
Camera Title Setting ....................................................
Area Display Mode Setting (Title) ................................
Area Display Mode Setting (Direction) .........................
Remote Control Alarm Title Setting..............................
Auto Pan setting...........................................................
Auto Patrol Setting .......................................................
Auto Trace Setting .......................................................
Position Title Setting ....................................................
Auto White Balance Setting .........................................
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Troubleshooting ...........................................................
Specifications ...............................................................
TK-C685E/TK-C686E ..............................................
TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE ..................................
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Precautions
Transportation
䢇 Do not throw away the original box of the unit. Keep it and
use it for transporting the unit in future.
Maintenance and operating environment
䢇 As the camera unit is of an easily rotatable structure,
secure the camera unit inside the dome cover such that it
does not rotate before transporting. Otherwise, an error
may occur during camera operation.
䢇 TK-C685E/TK-C686E is an indoor camera. It cannot be
used outdoors.
A Face the heat release vents upward and secure the
lens section with tape.
䢇 TK-C685E/TK-C686E is a pendant mount camera. Be
sure to install the product horizontally. The product will not
work properly if it is tilted.
BInsert cushioning material wrapped with air caps
(approx. 50 mm x 200 mm) at two opposite sides of the
camera.
䢇 TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE is for mounting to the wall.
Be sure to install the camera unit horizontally. The product
will not work properly if it is tilted.
䢇 When mounting ceiling mount bracket to the camera unit
during transportation, let out the tip of fall prevention wire
so that it is not caught.If the fall prevention wire is caught
in the gap of ceiling mount bracket, the ceiling mount
bracket might not be able to detached from the camera
unit.(TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
䢇 Do not store in the following environments.
It might result in malfunctions or failure.
● Hot or cold places beyond the allowable operating
temperature range
Allowable operating temperature:
-10 I to 50 I (TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
-40 I to 50 I (TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
● Locations beyond the allowable operating humidity
range of 20 %RH to 90 %RH. (condensation is not
allowed)
● Near equipment that produces strong magnetic fields,
such as transformers or motors.
● Near equipment that emits radio waves, such as
transceivers and mobile phones.
● Locations with excessive dust and sand.
● Locations that are subject to vibration such as inside
the car or ship.
● Locations prone to moisture such as window side.
● Locations subject to steam or oil, such as kitchens.
● Special environment, such as those with combustible
atmosphere
● Locations that emit radiation, X-rays, salt attack or
corrosive gases.
● Locations where medicine is used such as pool.
䢇 Use of this product and cables connected to this product
at locations where strong electric waves and magnetic
waves are generated (e.g., near radio, TV, transformer,
monitor, etc.) may cause noise interferences in the
images or changes in the color.
䡵 TK-C685E/TK-C686E
Cushioning material wrapped with air caps
A Fasten with
Tape
B
Let out the tip of fall prevention
wire
䡵 TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE
Cushioning material wrapped with air caps
B
A Fasten with
Tape
䢇 Inadequate heat ventilation may result in malfunction of
this product.
Be sure not to block vents around the product.
This product discharges heat from the surface of the main
unit.
䢇 Do not install it at locations directly subjected to cold air
such as near the vents of air-conditioners or at locations
with high temperature. Condensation may occur inside the
dome cover.
䢇 When using TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE in a low
temperature environment (-40I to 50I), video images
may not appear for as long as two hours until the internal
part is warmed up by the built-in heater. When using it in a
low temperature environment, therefore, it is
recommended that electric power be supplied at all times.
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Getting Started
Precautions (continued)
Others
䢇 Do not subject the lens to strong light source such as sun
rays. This may cause the equipment to malfunction.
䢇 To supply AC 24 V, use a AC 24 V supplying power unit
that is insulated from AC 230 V line.
䢇 As the dome cover is of a semiglobular shape, image
distortion will occur at the hemispherical edge. When the
hemispherical edge of this unit is masked and horizontal
level is shot in a tilt direction, the hemispherical edge will
enter the field angle. This may cause the upper edge of
the screen to become black and the focus unclear. In this
case, you can choose not to shoot the above area by
using the tilt limit settings (A Page 41).
䢇 This camera comes with a built-in AGC circuit. The
sensitivity increases automatically at a dark place and the
screen may appear grainy. This is not a malfunction.
䢇 When shooting objects with a luminance difference or
near a light source, ghost may occur on the screen. This
is a feature of the dome cover and the built-in lens, and is
not a malfunction.
䢇 While AGC is activated, if a transceiver which causes
strong electromagnetic wave is used near the camera, the
picture may suffer from beat.
Please use the camera more than three meters away from
such transceivers.
䢇 In particular, manual and auto pan operation near the
TELE edge (telephoto side) may cause the screen to
vibrate (unsmooth rotation). This is a feature of the motor
and is not a malfunction.
䢇 When automatic iris is selected and AGC is ON, even if
the iris setting is changed using the Iris Control button, the
Increase Sensitivity function will be enabled and the
brightness of the screen may not change. In this case, set
AGC to OFF or set the iris to Manual.
䢇 When automatic iris is selected, the Iris Control button
may not work depending on the brightness of the screen
(when the amount of light is not sufficient). In this case,
set the iris to Manual.
䢇 When this camera is used in the White Balance ATW-N,
ATW-W (automatic adjustment) mode, the color tone may
differ slightly from the actual color due to the principle of
the automatic tracking white balance circuit. This is not a
malfunction.
䢇 If a high brightness object (such as a lamp) is shot, the
image on the screen may have white vertical tailings. This
phenomenon (smear) is characteristic of solid-state image
sensors and is not a malfunction.
䢇 The electronic shutter of this unit is set to 1/50 seconds by
default. Use the remote control unit to change the
electronic shutter to 1/120 seconds under fluorescent
lighting in regions with commercial power of frequency 60
Hz. (Sensitivity level decreases slightly when this is set to
1/120 seconds.)
䢇 When the same position is monitored for 24 hours
continuously over a long period, the increased contact
resistance on the horizontal rotation section may cause
noise interferences in the images and operation from the
remote control unit may become unstable. Therefore, turn
off and on the system power once a week to initialize the
camera and clean the contact.
䢇 Do not touch the dome cover with your hands. Dirty
covers will cause image deterioration.
䢇 Do not subject the dome cover to strong impact. It may
result in damage and water seepage.
䢇 The dome cover may fog due to the drastic change of
temperature when humidity is high.
䢇 Do not connect an AC 24 V cable to AC 230 V power
supply. The camera will be damaged. If the wrong cable is
connected, the internal circuit will be damaged. Stop
using the camera and send it to your nearest JVC dealer
for repair. (Chargeable)
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䢇 Long magnification zoom lens embedded into this
product.Although the focus might be slightly unclear
depending on the drastic change of temperature, it will not
be a malfunction.
䢇 When you preset focus, we ask you to adjust under actual
usage temperature. If you feel unclear focus, please represet focus.
䢇 Additionally, we recommend you to use either One Push
AF or Manual focus adjustment when you feel unclear
focus at your temperature environment.
Maintenance
䢇 Turn off the power before performing maintenance.
䢇 Wipe using a soft cloth. Wiping it with thinner or benzene
may melt the surface or cause it to fog. For tough stains,
wipe using a cloth that is dipped into a neutral detergent
diluted with water, followed by wiping with a dry cloth.
Saving Energy
䢇 When the camera is not in use for a long time, turn off the power
of the system for safety and energy conservation reasons.
Disclaimer
䢇 The Motion Detect feature is not designed to prevent
thefts or fire disasters. Our company shall not be liable for
any inconveniences or failures that occur.
䢇 We shall not be responsible for any inconveniences or
disturbances caused in the event of privacy invasion as a
result of camera footages of this product.
Transporting the unit
䢇 When transporting the unit, turn off the power of the
system.
䢇 Pack the unit with cushioning material so as to avoid
shock when transporting.
䢇 Handle the unit with care and do not subject it to vibration
or shock.
䡵 Consumable parts
The following are consumable parts. They must be
replaced once they reach their lifetime.
The lifetime is only an estimation and differs according to
the usage environment and conditions.
Replacement of consumable parts is chargeable within the
guarantee period.
● Zoom lens assembly
Zoom operation ...............2 million operations
Focus operation...............4 million operations
● Slip ring ...........................Approx. 5 million operations
● Cooling fan ......................Approx. 50,000 hours
● Alarm output 1 relay ........Approx. 100,000 times
䡵 Auto Focus
This system including the camera allows the operation of
the One Push Auto Focus and image AF functions from the
remote control. However, depending on the object and the
camera setting, it might be out of focus.
In this case, please adjust the focus manually.
● Objects which are difficult to be focused automatically
● When the brightness of the image plane is extremely
high (bright)
● When the brightness of the image plane is extremely
low (dim)
● When the brightness of the image plane is constantly
changing (for example, a blinking light)
● When there is almost no contrasts
● When there are repetitive vertical striped patterns on
the image plane
● Auto Focus is difficult to set under the following
conditions
● When sensitivity is increased with AGC and the
screen is grainy
● When there is less movement on the screen due to
increased electronic sensitizing
● When there is no contour element in electronic zoom
䡵 Zoom operation
The following phenomena are the result of the built-in lens
performance and are not malfunctions.
● When manual operation or preset is selected, focus
moves slightly after the zoom operation has stopped
near the TELE edge.
● Manual zoom operation is not smooth.
● When Preset is selected, the camera becomes out of
focus for an instant during zooming.
● The camera may be out of focus during zooming.
䡵 Preset Positions
You can configure up to a maximum of 256 preset positions
on this product.
The number of configurable preset positions varies
according to the switch settings.
A Page 19 [Switch Setting](TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
A Page 30 [Switch Setting](TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
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Getting Started
Name and Function of
Parts
TK-C685E/TK-C686E
䡵 Ceiling mount bracket
Terminal
Setting switch
I
H
A
B
N
J
K
C
D
E
G
M
L
F
A [ALARM I/O 2] Alarm Input 2 to 6/Alarm Output
2 Terminal (CN605)
(J601)
This is a terminal for alarm input 2 to 6 and alarm output 2.
This connects to the provided alarm cable. (A Page 22)
Pin
number
Cable color
1
BROWN
2
RED
3
D [CONTROL] Control signal connection terminal
Signal Name
This connects the camera to the remote control unit (RMP2580). (A Page 24)
Pin number
Signal Name
Symbol
1
TX +
A
Alarm input 2
2
TX –
B
Alarm input 2 (COM)
3
RX +
C
ORANGE
Alarm input 3
4
RX –
D
4
YELLOW
Alarm input 3 (COM)
5
GREEN
Alarm input 4
6
BLUE
7
PURPLE
E [ALARM I/O 1] Alarm input 1/Alarm output 1
terminal (J602)
Alarm input 4 (COM)
This is a terminal for alarm input 1 and alarm output 1.
Alarm input 5
(A Page 22)
8
GRAY
Alarm input 5 (COM)
9
WHITE
Alarm input 6
10
BLACK
Alarm input 6 (COM)
11
PINK
12
LIGHT GREEN
Alarm output 2
Alarm output 2 (COM)
B [AC24VHINPUT] AC24V power input terminal
This connects the camera to AC24V power. (A Page 25)
C [VIDEO OUT] Coaxial cable connection
terminal
This is an output terminal for composite video signals
(1 V(p-p), output impedance 75 K). It connects switchers.
Pin number
Signal Name
1
Alarm output 1 (OUT1 NOP)
2
Alarm output 1 (COM)
3
Alarm output 1 (OUT1 NCL)
4
Alarm input 1
5
GND
F Fall prevention wire fixing bracket
This attaches to the fall prevention wire O of the camera.
G Wire clamp fixing hole
This is used to bundle wires. (A Page 16)
H Safety wire mounting hole
Mount wires from the ceiling slab or channel to this hole to
prevent the camera from falling.
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䡵 Camera
S
O
R
R
P
T
Q
I Fixing holes (x3)
R Camera fixing lock knob (x2)
This hole is for mounting the ceiling mount bracket to the
ceiling or the ceiling recessed bracket (WB-S685U: Sold
separately).
This knob secures the camera to the ceiling so that it does
not fall.
J Setting Switch
This switch allows you to configure settings such as protocol
and SYNC.
(A Page 19)
K Machine ID Setting Switch
When the communication system is RS-485 multi DROP such
as the RM-P2580 system, a machine ID will be set for every
camera. (A Page 20)
S Cable cover
Remove the cover to pull the cables from the side of the
camera and mount the camera. (A Page 16)
T Dome Cover
The dome cover is a delicate object. Handle it with care.
Note :
● Do not peel off the protective sheet which is attached at
shipment, until the dome cover is mounted on the main
unit. (A Page 17)
L Option Switch
Configure this switch when Pelco protocol is used.
(A Page 19)
M Power lamp
The lamp lights up in green when AC24V power is turned on.
N Camera connection terminal (female)
This connects to the connection terminal (male) of the
camera.
O Fall Prevention Wire
This attaches to the fall prevention wire fixing bracket F of
the camera.
P Front Mask
Q Lens
Lens cannot be replaced.
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Getting Started
Name and Function of
Parts (continued)
TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE
䡵 Camera
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
A
A Camera securing hole (x4)
G Alarm Input 1/Alarm Output 1 Cable (5 cables)
This hole is used for mounting the camera on the wall.
Alarm Input 1, Alarm Output 1 Cable.
B Cable connecting hole, cap
(A Page 32)
Remove the cap and pull out the cables from this hole for
connection. (A Page 27)
C Fall Prevention Wire
Connects the camera to the wall.
Secure the camera tightly to the anchor bolts used to mount
the fall prevention wire on the wall. (A Page 28)
D Protection Cover
Upon connecting the coaxial cable, slide it to cover the
connector E for coaxial cable connection. This cover
insulates the metal portion of the connector from the
structure inside the wall.
Cable color
GREEN/WHITE
BLUE/WHITE
PURPLE/WHITE
RED/BLACK
ORANGE/BLACK
Signal Name
Alarm output 1 (OUT1NOP)
Alarm output 1 (COM)
Alarm output 1 (OUT1NCL)
Alarm input 1
Alarm input 1 (COM)
H Control Signal Connecting Cable (x4)
This connects the camera to the remote control unit (RMP2580). (A Page 32)
Cable color
Signal Name
Symbol
BROWN/WHITE
TX +
A
E Connector for Coaxial Cable Connection (BNC)
RED/WHITE
TX –
B
This is an output terminal for composite video signals (1 V(pp), output impedance 75 K). It connects switchers.
ORANGE/WHITE
RX +
C
BLACK/WHITE
RX –
D
(A Page 28)
F AC24V Power Cable
This connects the camera to AC24V power. (A Page 28)
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䡵 Camera (Interior)
Q
J
P
K
O
N
L
M
I Alarm Input 2 to 6/Alarm Output 2 cable
N Option Switch
This is a cable for alarm input 2 to 6 and alarm output 2.
(A Page 32)
Configure this switch when Pelco protocol is used.
Cable color
BROWN
RED
Signal Name
Alarm input 2
Alarm input 2 (COM)
ORANGE
Alarm input 3
YELLOW
Alarm input 3 (COM)
GREEN
Alarm input 4
BLUE
PURPLE
Alarm input 4 (COM)
Alarm input 5
GRAY
Alarm input 5 (COM)
WHITE
Alarm input 6
BLACK
Alarm input 6 (COM)
PINK
LIGHT GREEN
Alarm output 2
Alarm output 2 (COM)
J Front Mask
K Lens
(A Page 19)
O Machine ID Setting Switch
When the communication system is RS-485 multi DROP
such as the RM-P2580 system, a machine ID will be set for
every camera. (A Page 31)
P Setting Switch
This switch allows you to configure settings such as protocol
and SYNC. (A Page 30)
Q Heater ON/OFF Switch
This is the ON/OFF switch for automatic control of the built-in
heater.
This product comes with a built-in heater to prevent the dome
cover from being covered with snow and frost as well as
fogging. When installing the heater at an unrequired location,
turn off the switch of the heater. Set the power of the heater
to AONB during use. (A Page 27)
Lens cannot be replaced.
L Dome Cover Fixing Screws (x4)
M Dome Cover
The dome cover is a delicate object. Handle it with care.
Note :
● It is covered with a protective sheet during shipment. Do
not remove this sheet until installation is complete.
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Getting Started
System Connection
Example
:
Observe the following points when connecting
components together:
● Turn all the components off before proceeding.
● Read the instruction manuals of all components before
proceeding.
● For the types and lengths of connection cables, see
A Page 22 [Cable Connection](TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
A Page 32 [Cable Connection]
(TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
● Do not connect the control signal cables in a loop.
T TK-C685E/TK-C686E is used in the camera’s illustration.
Note :
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●
●
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Set the TERM switch of CAM1 to ON, and terminate at the controller with a resistance of 110 K.
Set the TERM switches of the other cameras to OFF.
As long as there are no specifications, set PROTOCOL (2) to AOFFB. (A Page 19)
An AC 24 V power source must be supplied to each camera.
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:
:
T TK-C685E/TK-C686E is used in the camera’s illustration.
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Connection/Installation (TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
Camera Installation
Procedures
Install the camera with the following procedures.
Preparation (A Page 14)
K
Mounting the ceiling mount bracket (A Page 17)
K
3 Unfasten the ceiling mount bracket from the
camera unit
The ceiling mount bracket comes attached to the camera
unit. Before installing, unfasten the ceiling mount bracket
from the camera unit.
A Check to ensure that the camera fixing lock knobs (x2) is
not turned on.
● If it is locked, slide the camera fixing lock knobs to
unlock in the direction as shown below.
B Push in the camera fixing lock knobs (x2) from both left
and right sides in the direction as illustrated in the
diagram.
● Unfasten the ceiling mount bracket on a table to
prevent it from falling off.
Memo :
Mounting the camera (A Page 17)
Mounting the Camera
● If it is difficult to push in the camera fixing lock knob, push
in while pressing the edge of camera (figure A) against
the table where the process is being carried out.
C Lift the camera unit upward to remove the ceiling mount
bracket, and pull down in the direction as indicated.
A
A
Preparation
Be sure to put on protective glasses to protect your eyes
from falling objects when mounting on the ceiling.
Camera fixing lock
knob (x2)
B
1 Make holes on the ceiling
● Use the provided template to make a hole (R80 mm) for
the connection cables to thread behind the ceiling.
● If necessary, also open a screw hole to mount the
ceiling mount bracket to the ceiling. In this case, align
the AD FRONT markB of the template in the direction
where the camera faces front and open the screw hole.
2 Pull the cables from the hole in the ceiling
Pull out the fall prevention wire, power cable, coaxial cable,
control signal cable, alarm signal cable and provided alarm
cable that were mounted to the ceiling slab from the wall.
1
Safety wire
Coaxial cable
Alarm signal cable
14
C
B
Ceiling mount bracket
Camera unit
4 Remove the terminal cover
Loosen two screws on the ceiling mount bracket and remove
the terminal cover.
80 mm
Terminal cover
Power cable
Control signal cable
2
5 Set the switch (A Page
7 Connect the cable (A Page
19, 20)
Configure the setting switch and machine ID switch
according to the system.
Machine ID switch
Setting Switch
22 to 25)
Connect cables to the terminal of the ceiling mount bracket.
The connection cables consist of the alarm signal cable,
coaxial cable, control signal cable and AC24V power cable.
A Provided alarm cable (A Page 22)
This connects to devices with alarm input/output
terminals.
B Coaxial cable (A Page 23)
This connects to monitors.
C Power cable (A Page 25)
This connects to AC24V power.
D Alarm signal cable (A Page 22)
This connects to devices with alarm input/output
terminals.
Option Switch
E Control signal cable (A Page 24)
This connects to RM-P2580.
6 Mount the safety wire that connects the ceiling
mount bracket to the ceiling
A Provided alarm cable
Safety wire
6mm
(15/64inch)
B Coaxial cable
C Power cable
6 mm and below
D Alarm signal cable
R9 mm and below
R4 mm to R5.5 mm
and below
CAUTION
● Take note of the length, strength, pull and material
(insulation) of the fall prevention wire and use one with
a wire strength of more than 20 kg.
● The inner diameter of the ring section of the fall
prevention wire mounted on the camera should be R4
mm to R5.5 mm and the outer diameter be R9 mm and
below.
● The thickness of the screw head and the fall
prevention wire (including the washer) should be 6 mm
and below. If it is more than 6 mm, the screw will touch
the ceiling and the camera cannot be installed
horizontally.
● Use M4 fixing screws.
E Control signal cable
Note :
● Do not connect an AC 24 V cable to AC 230 V power
supply. The camera will be damaged. If the wrong cable is
connected, the internal circuit will be damaged. Stop
using the camera and send it to your nearest JVC dealer
for repair. (Chargeable)
● For safety reasons, turn on the power only after all the
connection is complete.
● To supply AC 24 V, use a AC 24 V supplying power unit
that is insulated from AC 230 V line.
Memo :
● The wire should be insulated from the ceiling structure. If
the ceiling structure is metal and insulation is not provided
between the camera and the ceiling structure, image
noise may occur.
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Mounting the Camera
(continued)
9 Mount the terminal cover
Return the terminal cover that was removed in step 4 to its
original position. The direction to pull out the cables changes
according to the mounting method of the camera.
䡵 Pulling out the cables from the side
8 Handling cables
Terminal cover
Thread the provided wire clamp through the wire clamp fixing
hole of the ceiling mount bracket to tie all the wires.
Wire clamp fixing hole
Tie here
䡵 Pulling out the cables from the top
Safety wire
(To go under the terminal cover)
Wire clamp
Note :
● To prevent the cables from tangling and coming off, be
sure to thread a wire clamp through the wire clamp fixing
hole to tie the cables.
● Tie the provided alarm cable with the wire clamp as
shown in the diagram.
Terminal
cover
Note :
● Be sure to mount the terminal cover to prevent foreign
objects or dust from entering.
● When pulling out the cables from the top, make the fall
prevention wire go under the terminal cover and pull it out
together with the other cables.
● When pulling out the cables from the side, remove the
cable cover of the camera.
Cable cover
16
Mounting the ceiling mount bracket to the
ceiling
1 Secure the ceiling mount bracket on the ceiling
Install such that the ADFRONT markB of the ceiling mount
bracket faces the front.
Mounting the camera to the ceiling
1 Remove the tape on the lens section
2 Remove the lens cap
1
Ensure that the connection cables are not caught in between
and secure the ceiling mount bracket on the ceiling with 3
screws.
Tape
2
Lens cap
Front of the camera
Camera
3 Mount the dome cover to the camera
DFRONT
mark
A Check that the dome cover and lens are free from dirt.
B Turn the dome cover in a clockwise direction to mount.
Note :
Screws
5 mm (3/16 inch)
and below
Note :
●
●
●
●
Use M4 fixing screws and bolts.
Use R4.1 wood screws.
The length of the screws should be 25 mm and above.
Place the product horizontally and install. The camera will
not operate properly if it is slanted.
● The screw head should be 5 mm and below. If the ceiling
structure is metal, image noise may occur.
● Do not use screws with screw heads that may sink below
the surface when fastened. (e.g. countersunk screws)
Doing so may damage the insulating resin parts and
cause insulation to fail.
Memo :
● Always use 3 screws and mount securely.
● Tighten the screws again during maintenance just to be
safe.
● The plastic parts on the ceiling fixing holes of the ceiling
mount bracket act as an insulation between the ceiling
mount bracket and the ceiling structure. If the ceiling
structure is metal and insulation is not provided between
the camera and the ceiling structure, image noise may
occur. Be sure to provide insulation.
● Be sure to turn the dome cover until it stops and tighten
securely. Make sure that the dome cover is not slanted.
● Do not over-rotate the dome cover. This may damage the
dome cover.
Memo :
● If it is difficult to screw on the dome cover, turn it in an
anticlockwise direction until you hear a click sound, then
turn it in a clockwise direction. It will screw on smoothly.
4 Remove the dome cover protective sheet
4
Dome cover protective
sheet
Dome Cover
3
CAUTION
● The dome cover is an optical parts. Handle with care.
● When mounting the dome cover, make sure that there
is no dirt inside the cover.
● Tighten the dome cover securely.
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Note :
Mounting the Camera
(continued)
● Before mounting the camera, check that the camera fixing
lock knobs are not locked (i.e., lock knobs are on top). The
camera cannot be mounted if the lock knobs are locked.
● When pulling out the cables from the side, remove the
cable cover of the camera. (A Page 16)
5 Mount the fall prevention wire
Mount the fall prevention wire, which is attached to the
camera, to the fall prevention wire fixing bracket of the ceiling
mount bracket.
CAUTION
8 Lock
When the camera is mounted on the ceiling mount bracket,
lower the camera fixing lock knobs (x2) in the direction of the
arrow and secure the camera such that it does not fall off.
● Be sure to connect the fall prevention wire. Otherwise,
the camera may fall.
● To prevent danger, do not leave the fall prevention wire
dangling by the camera.
6 Mount the camera
Camera fixing
lock knob (x2)
● Align the ADB mark (green)/(red) inside the camera with
the ADB mark (green)/(red) on the ceiling mount
bracket.
● Insert the camera into the ceiling mount bracket until
you hear a click sound and mount it securely.
7 Check that the camera fixing lock knobs (x2) are
sticking out.
If the camera is mounted on securely, the camera fixing lock
knobs (x2) will stick out a little.
Fall prevention wire fixing
bracket
CAUTION
● Be sure to check that the camera fixing lock knobs (x2)
are locked securely. Otherwise, the camera may fall.
● After mounting, check that the camera is mounted
securely. Improper mounting may cause the camera to
fall off.
5
Removing the Camera
A Slide the camera fixing lock knob toward the ceiling to
unlock..
6
D mark
(green)
D mark (red)
Fall Prevention Wire
7
During
mounting
After
mounting
18
B Push in the camera fixing lock knobs (x2) from both left
and right sides to remove the camera unit.
C Remove the fall prevention wire according to the
mounting procedures in the reverse order.
Switch Setting
Duplex (when using the RM-P2580)
OFF
Simplex)
ON
(Initial set: OFF)
● SYNC (Switch 6)
Setting Switch
Switch 1 : Multi Protocol
Switch 2 : Preset Position
Quantity Setting
Switch 3 : Invalid (Set to ON)
Switch 4 : PROTOCOL(1)
Switch 5 : PROTOCOL(2)
Switch 6 : SYNC
Switch 7 : Invalid (Set to OFF)
Switch 8 : RX TERM
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
When this switch is set to ON, the vertical sync of the
camera becomes locked to the frequency of the AC power
line.
INT
OFF
LL
ON
(Initial set: OFF)
T LL mode: 50 Hz area only.
● Switch 7
This switch must be set to OFF.
● RX TERM (Switch 8)
This switch sets whether or not the section between
control signal terminals RX + and RX - is to be terminated
(with a resistance of 110 K).
8
Option Switch
Setting Switch
Before mounting the camera, set the switches on the ceiling
mount brackets.
The setting differs according to the system used.
● Multi Protocol (Switch 1)
JVC Protocol
OFF
Pelco Protocol
ON
● Preset Position Quantity Setting (Switch 2)T1
Open
OFF
Terminated (110 K)
ON
(Initial set: OFF)
T When the system in which this camera is used is a
multidrop system (RS-485 system), set only the camera
located at the extreme end of the control signal cables to
ATerminatedB and set the other cameras to AOpenB.
T1 : The settings of Switches 2, 4, and 5 are enabled only
when Switch 1 is turned OFF (JVC protocol).
Option Switch
100 positions
OFF
256 positions
ON
Memo :
● When Switch 1 is set to ON (Pelco protocol), the number
of preset positions becomes 256 regardless of the
settings of Switch 2.
Configure this switch when Pelco protocol is used.
● Protocol Selection (Switches 1, 2, 3)
Pelco Protocol
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
OFF
OFF
OFF
● Parity Selection (Switches 4, 5)
● Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
NONE
OFF
OFF
NONE
ON
OFF
EVEN
OFF
ON
ODD
ON
ON
This switch must be set to OFF.
● PROTOCOL(1) (Switch 4)T1
Selects whether a single camera or multiple cameras are
controlled in a system.
Set PROTOCOL(1) to multi DROP when connecting
multiple cameras in series.
Point to point
OFF
Multi DROP (when using the RM-P2580)
ON
(Initial set: OFF)
T When set to multi DROP, be sure to set the Machine ID of
each camera. (A Page 20)
● PROTOCOL(2) (Switch 5)T1
● Baud Rate Selection (Switches 6, 7, 8)
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
1200 bit/s
OFF
OFF
OFF
2400 bit/s
ON
OFF
OFF
4800 bit/s
OFF
ON
OFF
9600 bit/s
ON
ON
OFF
Set this switch according to the communication protocol
used when controlling the cameras.
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Switch Setting (continued)
3 Check the display on the monitor screen
A Confirm that ADUPLEXB is displayed
B Check that AID-LLB is displayed and LL is the correct
number
● They match the [VIDEO INPUT] number of RM-P2580.
● Otherwise, reset the machine ID.
Machine ID Setting Switch
When controlling the system via a multi DROP system such
as RM-P2580, a machine ID will be attached to the system to
differentiate it from other connected cameras.
Match the machine ID with the [VIDEO INPUT] number of
RM-P2580.
C The indication changes depending on the switch2 setting
in the setting switches. (A Page 19)
● AONB B(100P)
● AOFFB B(256P)
Memo :
● When operating a system using the RM-P2580, several
cameras can be connected and used on one control
signal cable. Consequently, an incorrect switch setting on
just a single camera will cause the entire system to work
incorrectly.
● The following screen appears when Pelco protocol is
used. Check to ensure that the display items are
consistent with the system.
>>INITIAL PROCESS<<
Machine ID
Setting Switch
A
B
>>PROTOCOL<<
P DUPLEX ID-01
2400,N,8,1
D
C
3
4
5
6
7
8
PAN : - - I - TILT : - - I - -
䡵 Machine ID Confirmation Procedures
1 Output the image of the camera to be checked on the
monitor
2 Turn on the power of the camera
● The camera initializes and the following screen is
displayed on the monitor.
䡵 When JVC protocol is used
C
>>INITIAL PROCESS (100P)<<
PAN : - - I - TILT : - - I - -
PROTOCOL DUPLEX : ID-01
A
20
P (Pelco Protocol)
B Comunication Configuration
1
ON
2
A Protocol Name
B
Baud Rate
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600
Parity
N, O, E
Data Bit
8
Stop Bit
1
C Machine ID
ID-00 to ID-255
D Topology
Duplex
䡵 Machine ID
Set the machine ID using the combination of dip switch 1 to 8. (The factory default setting is OFF)
Machine
ID
Machine ID setting
switch
Machine
ID
ON
1
26
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2
27
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4
28
ON
29
30
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
7
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
8
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
10
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
11
31
32
13
33
34
35
15
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
16
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
17
37
19
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
20
39
40
41
22
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
23
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
24
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
25
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
43
ON
59
44
60
61
46
62
ON
63
ON
64
ON
65
50
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
66
ON
82
ON
83
ON
84
69
85
70
86
71
87
ON
88
ON
89
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
75
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
90
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
91
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
92
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
93
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
94
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
95
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
96
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
97
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
98
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
74
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
73
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
72
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
68
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
67
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
81
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
49
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
48
80
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
47
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
79
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
78
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
58
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
45
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
21
57
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
42
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
56
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
18
ON
77
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
55
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
38
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
Machine ID setting
switch
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
14
54
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
ON
76
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
36
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
53
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
ON
ON
Machine
ID
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
12
52
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
ON
Machine ID setting
switch
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
6
51
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
5
ON
Machine
ID
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
ON
Machine ID setting
switch
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
99
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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䡵 Alarm Input 2 to 6/Alarm Output 2 Terminal
Cable Connection
Provided alarm cable
Provided alarm
cable
Coaxial cable
Power cable
Alarm signal cable
Control signal cable
Connecting the alarm input/alarm output
terminals
Pin
number
Cable color
Connecting alarm input 1/alarm output 1 terminal
to external devices such as sensor and buzzer
1
Brown
A Loosen screws on both sides of the terminal block with a
flathead screwdriver and remove the terminal block as
shown in the diagram below.
2
Red
3
Orange
Alarm input 3
4
Yellow
GND
5
Green
Alarm input 4
䡵 Alarm input 1/Alarm output 1 terminal
Memo :
● Inserting the tip of the screwdriver into the slit of the
terminal block will remove the terminal block easily.
Signal Name
Alarm input 2
GND
6
Blue
7
Purple
B Peel off about 4 mm of the alarm signal cable covering
and insert into the terminal.
8
Gray
GND
C Turn the screws at the side and secure the alarm signal
cable.
9
White
Alarm input 6
10
Black
GND
11
Peach
Alarm output 2+
12
Light green
Alarm output 2–
D When the alarm signal cable is secured, return the
terminal block that was removed in A to its original
position.
Alarm signal cable
terminal
C
D
A
B4
m
m
A
22
GND
Alarm input 5
䡵 Alarm input terminal
Connects to sensors such as infrared sensors,
door sensors, metal sensors and manual switches.
● To prevent noise from entering the internal circuit, supply
non-voltage contact signal to the alarm input terminal.
● Do not supply voltage.
● When the contact is short (MAKE) or open (BREAK) on
the menu, you can set it to Alarm.
● Supply such that the alarm signal continues for at least
more than 200 ms. The alarm signal may not be
recognized if it is less than 200 ms.
Connecting the coaxial cable
Connecting a RG-59 coaxial cable.
Treat the extremity of the coaxial cable as shown below
before connecting it.
Polyethylene
Mesh shield wire
Core wire
7 mm
8 mm
IN
4 mm
GND
Insulating tape
Memo :
䡵 Alarm output terminal
Connects to alarm devices such as alarm,
indicator, light or buzzer
● Alarm output 1 terminal is the contact output. When there
is an alarm, the OUT1 NOP-COM will become short
(MAKE) and OUT1 NCL-COM will become open
(BREAK).
N.OPEN
● If a RG-11 coaxial cable is used it cannot be connected
directly to the terminal board. To use such a cable,
connect a RG-59 cable to the camera and then connect
the RG-11 cable to the RG-59 cable.
● Turn the mesh shield wire over and insulate it so that it will
not fray and cause short circuit.
Rating:
Max. applied voltage
:DC 30 V or AC 24 V
COM.
N.CLOSE
Max. applied current
:1 A
Contact life
:100,000 times
● Alarm output 2 terminal is an open collector output
insulated with photo coupler.
● During an alarm, it is ON.
● As this terminal is polarized, be sure to connect it such
that the voltage of the + terminal is higher than that of the
– terminal.
● It will be damaged if reverse voltage is supplied.
OUT +
Rating:
Max. applied voltage :DC 20 V
22
Max. driving current :25 mA
OUT -
Memo :
● When alarm is switched ON/OFF, a sound will be
produced from the alarm output 1 relay. If you mind the
sound, use alarm output 2 terminal. However, be sure not to
exceed the rating.
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䡵 Overall view of control signal cable connection
Cable Connection
(continued)
Camera terminal 1
RM-P2580
TO CAMERA Terminal
Camera terminal 2
Connecting the control signal cable
The maximum connection distance with RM-P2580 is 1,200
m. (Multiple cameras can be connected on one cable for RMP2580 but the total length of the cable must be within 1,200
m.)
Camera terminal 3
● To connect correctly, connect
cables that have the same mark
A B C D as displayed on the
camera terminal and both
terminals of RM-P2580.
䡵 Connect the cable to the terminal block
A Loosen screws on both sides of the terminal block with a
flathead screwdriver and remove the terminal block as
shown in the diagram below.
Memo :
● Inserting the tip of the screwdriver into the slit of the
terminal block will remove the terminal block easily.
B Peel off about 4 mm of the control signal cable covering
and insert into the terminal.
C Turn the screws on the sides and secure the control
signal cable.
D When the control signal cable is secured, return the
terminal block that was removed in A to its original
position.
Control signal cable
terminal
C D
A
B
m
4
m
A
24
Memo :
● We recommend the use of paired cables or twisted pair
cables used in Ethernet rather than 0.61-4-core (2 pairs)
cables.
● Thickness of the cable is R0.4 mm to R1.3 mm.
● Arrange the control signal cables such that the TX+ and
TX–signals and RX+ and RX–signals are pairs.
Connecting the power cable
Connecting AC 24 V power
Connect an AC 24 V power cable to AC 24 V power supply.
To prevent connection mistake or cable dislocation, we
recommend the use of a lug board to connect to a AC24V
terminal.
Power cable
To AC24V
power
When using 2-core VVF (Vinyl-insulated vinyl-sheath cable),
the connection distance is as follows: (Reference value)
Maximum
connection
distance
100 m
260 m
410 m
500 m
Conductor
diameter
(AWG No.)
R1.4 mm
(15) and
above
R2.3 mm
(11) and
above
R2.9 mm
(9) and
above
R3.2 mm
(8) and
above
Note :
● To supply AC 24 V, use a AC 24 V supplying power unit
that is insulated from AC 230 V line.
● If thin cables are used, the resistance of the cables will be
high and a significant voltage drop will occur when the
camera is at its maximum power consumption (when pan,
tilt and zoom operates at the same time). Either use a
thick cable with low resistance or place the power supply
near to the camera and shorten the length of the cable to
restrict the voltage drop at the rated current of camera to
below 10 %. If voltage drops during operation, the camera
may experience unstable performance and be unable to
call up the preset position correctly.
● Do not connect an AC 24 V cable to AC 230 V power
supply. The camera will be damaged. If the wrong cable is
connected, the internal circuit will be damaged. Stop
using the camera and send it to your nearest JVC dealer
for repair. (Chargeable)
● Turn on the power only after the connection for all the
devices is complete.
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4 Pull the cables from the hole in the wall
Camera Installation
Procedures
Pull the power cable, BNC cable, control signal cable and
alarm signal cable from the wall.
Coaxial cable
Install the camera with the following procedures.
Power cable
Preparation (A Page 26)
K
Control signal cable
Mounting the camera (A Page 28)
Alarm signal cable
K
Setting Up the Camera
1 Remove the dome cover and take out the cushioning
Cable Connection (A Page 28)
material
A Loosen the screws (x4) and remove the dome cover
from the camera.
Mounting the Camera
Dome Cover
Setting Up the Wall
1 Make holes in the wall
Make holes (R 45 mm) for the connecting cables to pass
through.
Note :
● Check the strength of the wall. A less firm wall may cause
the unit to fall.
2 Install the anchor bolts for mounting the camera
Install 4 anchor bolts (M8⳯35 mm and above) to mount the
camera.
3 Install the anchor bolt for mounting the fall
prevention wire
Install the anchor bolt to mount the fall prevention wire 30
mm below the center of the upper two anchor bolts that are
used to mount the camera.
B Remove the cushioning material.
C Remove the tape on the lens section.
D Remove the lens cap.
Tape
C
152
126
B
176
213
12
30
63
60
D
Lens cap
20
45
2
Anchor bolt to mount the fall
prevention wire
3
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Cushioning
material
1
Anchor bolts
to mount the
camera
2 Set the switch (A Page
30, 31)
● Configure the setting switch and machine ID switch
according to the system.
● When installing the heater at an unrequired location, turn
off the switch of the heater.
4 Remove the cable connection cap
Remove the cap on the arm of the camera.
5 Pull out the cables from the cable connection
hole
Pull the cables from the camera unit (except the fall
prevention wire) out from the cable connection hole.
Heater power switch
Setting Switch
Machine ID switch
4
Cable connection
cap
Option Switch
5
3 Mount the dome cover to the camera
A Use the screws (x4) to mount the dome cover to the
camera. As a guide, install three claws of the dome
cover and the central mark. Install such that the central
mark appears above the JVC mark of the camera.
Position aligning claws (x3)
The central
mark
(towards direction of the JVC mark)
Note :
● Check that there is no dirt or dust inside the dome cover
before mounting.
● When installing on a rainy day, ensure that raindrops do
not enter the interior.
● When mounting the dome cover, temporarily secure the 4
screws and then tighten.
● As a guide, tighten the screws to 0.5N•m to 1N•m
(5kgf•cm to 10kgf•cm). If the tightening is loose, the dome
cover may fog due to water seepage.
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Connection/Installation (TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
Camera Installation
Procedures (continued)
Cable Connection
1 Connecting the coaxial cable (BNC)
A Lower the protection cover and connect the
connectors.
B After connection is complete, cover the connectors
with the protection cover.
Mounting the Camera
1 Mount the fall prevention wire
● Mount the fall prevention wire of the camera to the fall
prevention wire anchor bolt that was installed earlier.
● Secure the fall prevention wire tightly with a nut and
washer.
C Wind the waterproof tape (cohesive) from the top of
the protection cover.
D Push the cables into the arm of the camera.
Arm
2 Pull out the cables (from the wall) from the cable
connection hole
3 Mount the camera to the wall
● Mount the camera to the camera anchor bolts that were
installed earlier.
● Secure the camera tightly with a nut and washer.
3
D
Protection
Cover
AB
C
Washer
Nut
Wind the waterproof tape (cohesive)
2 Connecting the power cable
1
A Connect the power cable.
B After the connection is complete, wind the waterproof
tape (cohesive).
C Push the cables into the arm of the camera.
Fall Prevention
Wire
Arm
2
C
Note :
● The mass of this product is approximately 5.5 kg. Pay
careful attention during mounting to prevent it from falling
off.
● For safety reasons, hold the arm during installation.
● After installing, paint the nuts and washers to prevent
corrosion.
A
B
Memo :
Wind the waterproof tape (cohesive)
● To remove the camera, follow the reverse procedures.
Note :
● The AC 24 V power supply must be isolated from the
primary line. (ISOLATED POWER ONLY)
● In order to prevent an excessive current flow through the
power supply wire or camera due to a short circuit, a fuse
must be installed in the power supply line.
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3 Connecting the alarm cable and control signal
6 Remove the dome cover protective sheet
cable
A Connect the cables.
B After the connection is complete, wind the waterproof
tape (cohesive).
C Push the cables into the arm of the camera.
Arm
Dome cover
protective sheet
C
Alarm Input 1/
Alarm Output 1
Cable
Control signal
cable
Alarm Input 2 to 6/Alarm Output 2
cable
A
B
Wind the waterproof tape
(cohesive)
Note :
● For cables that are not used, be sure to wrap the ends
individually with insulating tape.
● For safety reasons, turn on the power only after all the
connection is complete.
4 Mount the cap
5 Seal the cable connection hole and around the
mounting surface of the camera with waterproof
seal (GE silicone).
Cap
4
5
Waterproof treatment
Note :
● Ensure that waterproof treatment is performed.
Otherwise, the camera may malfunction due to rain water
seepage.
● Use GE silicone or its equivalents as the sealing material.
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Connection/Installation (TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
● PROTOCOL(2) (Switch 5)T1
Switch Setting
Set this switch according to the communication protocol
used when controlling the cameras.
Duplex (when using the RM-P2580)
OFF
Simplex)
ON
(Initial set: OFF)
● SYNC (Switch 6)
When this switch is set to ON, the vertical sync of the
camera becomes locked to the frequency of the AC power
line.
Setting Switch
Option Switch
INT
OFF
LL
ON
(Initial set: OFF)
T LL mode: 50 Hz area only.
Switch 1 : Multi Protocol
Switch 2 : Preset Position
Quantity Setting
Switch 3 : Invalid (Set to ON)
Switch 4 : PROTOCOL(1)
Switch 5 : PROTOCOL(2)
Switch 6 : SYNC
Switch 7 : Invalid (Set to OFF)
Switch 8 : RX TERM
● Switch 7
This switch must be set to OFF.
● RX TERM (Switch 8)
This switch sets whether or not the section between
control signal terminals RX + and RX - is to be terminated
(with a resistance of 110 K).
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Setting Switch
● Multi Protocol (Switch 1)
JVC Protocol
OFF
Pelco Protocol
ON
100 positions
OFF
256 positions (when using Pelco protocol)
ON
Memo :
● When Switch 1 is set to ON (Pelco protocol), the number
of preset positions becomes 256 regardless of the
settings of Switch 2.
● Switch 3
This switch must be set to ON.
● PROTOCOL(1) (Switch 4)T1
Selects whether a single camera or multiple cameras are
controlled in a system.
Set PROTOCOL(1) to multi DROP when connecting
multiple cameras in series.
ON
When the system in which this camera is used is a multidrop
system (RS-485 system), set only the camera located at the
extreme end of the control signal cables to ATerminatedB and
set the other cameras to AOpenB.
TT1:The settings of Switches 2, 4, and 5 are enabled only
when Switch 1 is turned OFF (JVC protocol).
Configure this switch when Pelco protocol is used.
● Protocol Selection (Switches 1, 2, 3)
Pelco Protocol
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
OFF
OFF
OFF
● Parity Selection (Switches 4, 5)
Switch 4
Switch 5
NONE
OFF
OFF
NONE
ON
OFF
EVEN
OFF
ON
ODD
ON
ON
● Baud Rate Selection (Switches 6, 7, 8)
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
OFF
1200 bit/s
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
2400 bit/s
ON
OFF
OFF
4800 bit/s
OFF
ON
OFF
9600 bit/s
ON
ON
OFF
(Initial set: OFF)
T When set to multi DROP, be sure to set the Machine ID of
each camera. (A Page 20)
30
Terminated (110 K)
Option Switch
● Preset Position Quantity Setting (Switch 2)T1
Multi DROP (when using the RM-P2580)
OFF
(Initial set: OFF)
Before mounting the camera, configure the setting switch in
the position indicated in the illustration.
The setting differs according to the system used.
Point to point
Open
Memo :
Machine ID Setting Switch
When controlling the system via a multi DROP system such
as RM-P2580, a machine ID will be attached to the system to
differentiate it from other connected cameras.
Match the machine ID with the [VIDEO INPUT] number of
RM-P2580.
Memo :
● When operating a system using the RM-P2580, several
cameras can be connected and used on one control
signal cable. Consequently, an incorrect switch setting on
just a single camera will cause the entire system to work
incorrectly.
● The following screen appears when Pelco protocol is
used. Check to ensure that the display items are
consistent with the system.
● For details on the Machine ID setting switch, please refer
to [Machine ID] (A Page 21).
>>INITIAL PROCESS<<
PAN : - - I - TILT : - - I - -
Machine ID
Setting Switch
A
B
>>PROTOCOL<<
P DUPLEX ID-01
2400,N,8,1
A Protocol Name
D
C
P (Pelco Protocol)
B Comunication Configuration
Baud Rate
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600
䡵 Machine ID Confirmation Procedures
Parity
N, O, E
1 Output the image of the camera to be checked on the
Data Bit
8
Stop Bit
1
monitor
2 Turn on the power of the camera
● The camera initializes and the following screen is
displayed on the monitor.
C Machine ID
ID-00 to ID-255
D Topology
Duplex
䡵 When JVC protocol is used
C
>>INITIAL PROCESS (100P)<<
PAN : - - I - TILT : - - I - -
PROTOCOL DUPLEX : ID-01
A
B
3 Check the display on the monitor screen
A Confirm that ADUPLEXB is displayed
B Check that AID-LLB is displayed and LL is the correct
number
● They match the [VIDEO INPUT] number of RM-P2580.
● Otherwise, reset the machine ID.
C The indication changes depending on the switch2 setting
in the setting switches. (A Page 30)
● AONB B(100P)
● AOFFB B(256P)
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Connection/Installation (TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
Cable Connection
Memo :
● When alarm is switched ON/OFF, a sound will be
produced from the alarm output 1 relay. If you do not want to
hear the sound, use the alarm output 2 cable. However, be
sure not to exceed the rating.
Connecting the alarm signal cable
Connecting the control signal cable
䡵 Alarm input signal
The maximum connection distance with RM-P2580 is 1,200
m. (Multiple cameras can be connected on one cable for RMP2580 but the total length of the cable must be within 1,200
m.)
Connects to sensors such as infrared sensors,
door sensors, metal sensors and manual switches.
● To prevent noise from entering the internal circuit, supply
non-voltage contact signal to the alarm input signal.
● Do not supply voltage.
● When the contact is short (MAKE) or open (BREAK) on
the menu, you can set it to Alarm.
● Supply such that the alarm signal continues for at least
more than 200 ms. The alarm signal may not be
recognized if it is less than 200 ms.
Camera terminal 1
RM-P2580
TO CAMERA Terminal
Camera terminal 2
IN
GND
Camera terminal 3
● To connect correctly, connect
cables that have the same mark
A B C D as displayed on the
camera terminal and both
terminals of RM-P2580.
䡵 Alarm output signal
Connects to alarm devices such as alarm,
indicator, light or buzzer
● Alarm output 1 signal is the contact output. When there is
an alarm, the OUT1NOP-COM will become short (MAKE)
and OUT1NCL-COM will become open (BREAK).
Rating:
N.OPEN
Max. applied voltage
:DC 30 V or AC 24 V
COM.
N.CLOSE
Max. applied current:1 A
Contact life
:100,000 times
● Alarm output 2 signal is an open collector output insulated
with photo coupler.
● During an alarm, it is ON.
● As this cable is polarized, be sure to connect it such that
the voltage of the + terminal is higher than that of the –
terminal.
● It will be damaged if reverse voltage is supplied.
OUT +
Rating:
Max. applied voltage:DC 20 V
Max. driving current:25 mA
22
OUT -
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Memo :
● We recommend the use of paired cables or twisted pair
cables used in Ethernet rather than 0.61-4-core (2 pairs)
cables.
● Thickness of the cable is R0.4 mm to R1.3 mm.
● Arrange the control signal cables such that the TX+ and
TX–signals and RX+ and RX–signals are pairs.
Note :
Connecting the power cable
Connecting AC 24 V power
Connect an AC 24 V power cable to AC 24 V power supply.
Solder welding or
crimping
● To supply AC 24 V, use a AC 24 V supplying power unit
that is insulated from AC 230 V line.
● If thin cables are used, the resistance of the cables will be
high and a significant voltage drop will occur when the
camera is at its maximum power consumption (when pan,
tilt and zoom operates at the same time). Either use a
thick cable with low resistance or place the power supply
near to the camera and shorten the length of the cable to
restrict the voltage drop at the rated current of camera to
below 10 %. If voltage drops during operation, the camera
may experience unstable performance and be unable to
call up the preset position correctly.
● Do not connect an AC 24 V cable to AC 230 V power
supply. The camera will be damaged.
● If the wrong cable is connected, the internal circuit will be
damaged. Stop using the camera and send it to your
nearest JVC dealer for repair. (Chargeable)
● Turn on the power only after the connection for all the
devices is complete.
Insulating
tape
When using 2-core VVF (Vinyl-insulated vinyl-sheath cable),
the connection distance is as follows: (Reference value)
Conductor
diameter
AWG#16
AWG#14
AWG#12
AWG#10
Maximum
connection
distance
40 m
70 m
110 m
180 m
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Changing camera settings from remote control
Setting Procedures
Cursor
SETUP
POSITION SETUP. .
CAMERA. .
CONTROL UNIT. .
You can call out the camera menu and set functions from the
remote control for systems that use the remote control unit.
Memo :
● The onscreen displays used in this manual are basically
from TK-C686E/TK-C686WPE except in special cases.
Setting camera menu from RM-P2580
Memo :
● Do not operate the RM-P2580 menu until the camera has
completed initialization.
● Refer to the RM-P2580 Instruction Manual together with
this manual.
● Menus described in this item are color menus. Camera
menus are indicated in yellow, and remote control menus
are indicated in white. For the RM-P2580 system menu,
refer to the RM-P2580 Instruction Manual.
[MENU] button
[SET] button
[SETUP] screen
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
CAMERA FUNCTION1..
CAMERA FUNCTION2..
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM..
CAMERA ALC..
CAMERA VIDEO..
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE..
POS.FUNCTION SET..
FACTORY SETTINGS..
<MENU> EXIT
Contains
submenu
[MENU] screen
4 Press the [SET] button
Power switch (rear)
[POWER] lamp
● The item and screen are displayed.
● Items with A..B at the end indicate they have submenus.
5 Shift the [PAN/TILT] lever up and down to select
items
6 Press the [SET] button
[PAN/TILT] Lever
1 Turn AONB the power switch at the rear
The [POWER] lamp lights up.
2 Press the [MENU] button for 3 seconds.
● The [MENU] button lamp lights up.
● The [SETUP] screen at the remote control is displayed
from [MONITOR OUTPUT-1].
3 Shift down the [PAN/TILT] lever and move the
cursor (Z) to the [CAMERA..] item.
● When the lever is pressed upwards (S), the cursor
moves up.
● When the lever is pressed downwards (T), the cursor
moves down.
● Press the lever to the left (W) to minimize the numbers.
● Press the lever to the right (X) to maximize the
numbers.
Change mark
CAMERA FUNCTION1
V. PHASE
1
POS. TITLE LOC.
UP-L
PRIVATE MASK..
MANUAL DISPLAY
ON
HOME M. DETECT
OFF
D.ZOOM MAX
X2
STABILIZER
OFF
<MENU> RETURN
Example of submenu screen
Memo :
● A change mark ( ) as shown in the left diagram will be
displayed when the item setting is changed.
7 Press the [MENU] button
When the item has been set, press the [MENU] button to
return to the top menu screen.
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Menu Display When Using
Pelco Protocol
● [ALARM INPUT] screen (A Page 42)
Setting value changes
● [OFF, HOME, POS1 to POS99]B
[OFF, POS1 to POS32, POS35 to POS82]
ALARM INPUT
ALARM INPUT
When using this unit with Pelco protocol (A Page 19)
(A Page 30), you will see a different menu screen display.
INPUT1
INPUT2
INPUT3
INPUT4
INPUT5
INPUT6
OFF
HOME
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
INPUT1
INPUT2
INPUT3
INPUT4
INPUT5
INPUT6
OFF
POS1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Control Button Display
<MENU>RETURN
When the menu screen is in the full mode, the control button
display at the bottom of the screen changes.
● [MENU]B[CLS]
● [SET]B[OPN]
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
CAMERA FUNCTION1..
CAMERA FUNCTION2..
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM..
CAMERA ALC..
CAMERA VIDEO..
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE..
POS.FUNCTION SET..
FACTORY SETTINGS..
<MENU> EXIT
<SET> SUB
MENU
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
CAMERA FUNCTION1..
CAMERA FUNCTION2..
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM..
CAMERA ALC..
CAMERA VIDEO..
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE..
POS.FUNCTION SET..
FACTORY SETTINGS..
<CLS> EXIT
<OPN> SUB
MENU
● [AUTO PATROL SET] screen (A Page 47)
Deletion of item
● [MODE1 to MODE3]B Deleted (only [MODE1] is
available)
Setting value changes
● [OFF, HOME, POS1 to POS99]B
[OFF, POS1 to POS32, POS35 to POS82, POS100 to
POS256]
AUTO PATROL SET MODE1
PATROL1
HOME
10s
PATROL2
POS1
10s
PATROL27 POS26 10s
PATROL28 POS27 10s
AUTO 10s
PATROL SET MODE1
PATROL29 POS28
PATROL30PATROL97
POS29 10s POS96
10s
PATROL31PATROL98
POS30 10s POS97
10s
PATROL32PATROL99
POS31 10s POS98
10s
PATROL100
POS99
10s
Menu Display
Thse that are displayed as [HOME] on the menu screen are
changed to [POS1].
Normal Display
Menu Display When Using
Pelco Protocol
[HOME]
[POS1]
[HOME M.DETECT]
[POS1 M.DETECT]
[HOME M.DETECT
(ALARM)]
[POS1 M.DETECT
(ALARM)]
[HOME M.DETECT
(TRACKING)]
[POS1 M.DETECT
(TRACKING)]
<CLS>RETURN
<FOCUS>MODE <ZOOM>PAGE
<MENU>RETURN
AUTO PATROL SET
PATROL1
POS1
10s
PATROL2
POS2
10s
PATROL27 POS26 10s
PATROL28 POS27 10s
PATROL29 POS28AUTO
10s PATROL SET
PATROL30
POS29 10s POS75
PATROL73
PATROL31
POS30 10s POS76
PATROL74
PATROL32
POS31 10s POS77
PATROL75
PATROL76
POS78
PATROL77
POS79
PATROL78
POS80
PATROL79
POS81
PATROL80
POS82
10s
10s
10s
10s
10s
10s
10s
10s
<CLS>RETURN <ZOOM>PAGE
● [AUTO RETURN] screen (A Page 41)
Setting value changes
● [HOME]B[POS1]
AUTO RETURN
MODE
TIME
<MENU>RETURN
AUTO RETURN
HOME
---
MODE
TIME
POS1
---
<CLS>RETURN
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Changing camera settings from remote control
Flow of Menu Screens
RM-P2580
The menu screen consists of the following flow. (For details, see the reference page for each item)
Normal screen
SETUP
POSITION SETUP. .
CAMERA. .
CONTROL UNIT. .
(A Page 38)
CAMERA FUNCTION1
--V.PHASE
POS. TITLE LOC.
UP-L
PRIVATE MASK..
MANUAL DISPLAY
ON
HOME M.DETECT
OFF
D.ZOOM MAX
X2
STABILIZER
OFF
(A Page 40)
STABILIZER
<MENU> RETURN
LEVEL
NORMAL
ON
T TK-C686E/TK-C686WPEonly
(A Page 40)
(A Page 60)
M.PAN LIMIT POS. SET
CAMERA FUNCTION2
FLIP
DIGITAL
VAR. P / T SPEED
ON
EASY AF
OFF
AF FOR IR
OFF
TILT LIMIT
0˚
M. PAN LIMIT
OFF
AUTO RETURN..
<MENU> RETURN
<MENU>RETURN
ON
T TK-C686E/TK-C686WPE only
[L]POS.SETTING
<SET>INVALID
DURING PAN MOVEMENT
<MENU>RETURN
<SET>L/R
(A Page 41)
AUTO RETURN
MODE
TIME
OFF
---
(A Page 42)
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
CAMERA FUNCTION1..
CAMERA FUNCTION2..
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM..
CAMERA ALC..
CAMERA VIDEO..
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE..
POS.FUNCTION SET..
FACTORY SETTINGS..
<MENU> EXIT
<SET> SUB MENU
CAMERA TITLE / ALARM
CAM.TITLE EDIT..
AREA DISPLAY
OFF
ALM.TITLE SIZE
DOUBLE
ALM.TITLE COLOUR
WHITE
ALARM TITLE EDIT..
ALARM INPUT..
ALARM OUTPUT..
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
<MENU>RETURN
MENU
(A Page 44)
(A Page 45)
CAMERA ALC
SHUTTER
AGC MODE
SENSE UP
ALC MODE
B&W/COLOUR MODE..
1 / 50
MID
OFF
---
B&W/COLOUR MODE
B&W MODE
COLOUR
LEVEL
--B&W A. TIME
--LIGHT TYPE
NORMAL
<MENU>RETURN
<MENU> RETURN
(A Page 47)
(A Page 46)
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE
CAMERA VIDEO
MONITOR TYPE
DVR SAVE MODE
COLOUR LEVEL
ENHANCE LEVEL
SETUP
DNR MODE
SEC MODE
AUTO PAN SET..
AUTO PATROL SET..
AUTO TRACE SET..
A. PAN/TRACE VIDEO..
RM. A. PAN KEY
A. PAN
RM. A. PATROL KEY
A. PATROL
CRT
OFF
NORMAL
NORMAL
ON
OFF
OFF
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
<MENU>RETURN
(A Page 50)
(A Page 53)
FACTORY SETTINGS
CANCEL
CLEAR (W/O POS.TITLE)
CLEAR(ALL)
<MENU>RETURN
<SET>RETURN
POS.FUNCTION SET
POSITION TITLE..
IRIS MODE
ExDR MODE
ExDR LEVEL
BLC MODE
W.BALANCE
R GAIN
B GAIN
MENU
(A Page 72)
POP. TITLE EDIT HOME
HOME
AUTO
OFF
--OFF
ATW-W
-----
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
<MENU> RETURN <SET> CHAR .SET
MENU
(A Page 51)
POSITION VIDEO SCENE A
IRIS MODE
AUTO
ExDR MODE
OFF
ExDR LEVEL
--BLC MODE
OFF
W.BALANCE
ATW-W
R GAIN
--B GAIN
---
POS.FUNCTION SET HOME
POSITION TITLE..
POSITION VIDEO
SCENE A
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
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MENU
<MENU> RETURN
T When preset position is set to 256
(A Page 19)(A Page 30)
(A Page 54)
PRIVATE MASK
MODE
BRIGHT
MASK MODE
OFF
---
ON
<MENU> RETURN
MASK No.1
MASK No.2
MASK No.3
MASK No.4
MASK No.5
MASK No.6
MASK No.7
MASK No.8
<MENU> RETURN
MASK EDIT No 1
( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
<SET> EXECUTE
<MENU>RETURN
(A Page 56)
HOME M. DETECT(ALARM)
LEVEL
NORMAL
AREA EDIT..
TIME
5s
DEMONSTRATION..
MOTIOIN DETECT AREA EDIT
(A Page 62)
CAMERA TITLE EDIT
ALARM
<MENU> RETURN
<MENU>RETURN
(A Page 58)
TRACKING
HOME M. DETECT(TRACKING)
LEVEL
NORMAL
RESTART TIME
OFF
DEMONSTRATION..
DEMONSTRATION(ALARM)
<MENU> RETURN <SET> CHAR .SET
(A Page 65)
AREA TITLE EDIT AREA1
<MENU> RETURN
<MENU>RETURN
DEMONSTRATION(TRACKING)
<FOCUS KEY> AREA No SELECT
<MENU> RETURN <SET> CHAR .SET
(A Page 64)
DIRECTION STANDARD AXIS
<MENU>RETURN
(A Page 66)
SET UP STANDARD AXIS(N)
<MENU>RETURN
AUTO PAN SET
AUTO PAN MODE
RETURN
AUTO PAN SPEED
NORMAL
A. PAN POS. SET..
AUTO PAN POSITION SET
(A Page 65)
ALARM TITLE EDIT No.1
[START] POS SET
<SET>INVALID
DURING PAN MOVEMENT
<MENU>RETURN
<MENU>RETURN
<SET>L/R
<FOCUS KEY> ALARM No SELECT
<MENU> RETURN <SET> CHAR .SET
(A Page 68)
AUTO PATROL SET MODE1
PATROL1
PATROL2
PATROL27
PATROL28
PATROL29
PATROL30
PATROL31
PATROL32
HOME
10s
POS1
10s
POS26 10s
POS27 10s
AUTO
PATROL
SET
MODE1
POS28 10s
POS29
10s
PATROL97
POS96
10s
POS30
10s
PATROL98
POS97
10s
POS31
10s
PATROL99
POS98
10s
PATROL100
POS99
10s
<FOCUS>MODE <ZOOM>PAGE
<MENU>RETURN
(A Page 42)
ALARM INPUT
ALARM INPUT..
POLARITY
TIME
PRIORITY
-------
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
MENU
(A Page 70)
ALARM INPUT
AUTO TRACE SET
INPUT1
INPUT2
INPUT3
INPUT4
INPUT5
INPUT6
SET START POSITION
<MENU>RETURN
(A Page 43)
AUTO PAN/TRACE VIDEO
<MENU>RETURN
<MENU>RETURN
<SET> LEARN
(A Page 47)
IRIS MODE
ExDR MODE
ExDR LEVEL
BLC MODE
W. BALANCE
R GAIN
B GAIN
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
AUTO
OFF
--OFF
ATW-W
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ALARM OUTPUT
OUTPUT1
OFF
OFF
OUTPUT2
<MENU>RETURN
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LANGUAGE Setting
(● indicates the default value)
Item
LANGUAGE
Setting value
● ENGLISH
FRENCH
GERMAN
SPANISH
ITALIAN
Functions and settings
For selecting the menu’s display language.
CAMERA FUNCTION1
screen
(● indicates the default value)
Item
V.PHASE
POS.TITLE LOC.
Setting value
–156 to 0 to 156
(● 0)
● UP-L
DOWN-L
UP-C
DOWN-C
UP-R
DOWN-R
^
PRIVATE MASK..
MODE
BRIGHT
MANUAL DISPLAY
● OFF
ON
0 to 10
(● 4)
OFF
● ON
Functions and settings
This adjusts the vertical synchronization to those of other cameras when a
selector switch for the synchronizing system on the Ceiling Mount is at LL. (50
Hz power region only.)
This item sets the display position of the position title and area title.
UP-L
: Display at the top left of the screen.
DOWN-C : Display at the bottom center of the screen.
DOWN-L : Display at the bottom left of the screen.
UP-R
: Display at the top right of the screen.
UP-C
: Display at the top center of the screen.
DOWN-R : Display at the bottom right of the screen.
This function allows you to set and mask areas that you do not wish to display in
the recorded screen.
The selected areas move together with the pan, tilt and zoom operations.
[Private Mask Setting] (A Page 54)
This item sets the ON/OFF setting of the Private Mask.
OFF : Private Mask is disabled.
ON : The [MASK MODE] screen is displayed. Select the Mask No., set to
AONB and set the mask. See [Private Mask Setting] (A Page 54) for
details of the settings.
This item sets the color of the mask.
A0B is black. The larger the number is, the closer the color is to white.
When the number is A10B, the color is white.
When the remote control unit is used for manual operation other than preset
positions, this item sets whether to display AMANUALB on the screen.
If AONB is selected, AAUTO PANB and AAUTO TRACE..B will be displayed
respectively on the screens during auto pan and auto trace operation.
ON : Manual will be displayed.
OFF : Manual will not be displayed.
Memo :
● When this item is set to AONB, Manual will not be displayed during selection of
preset position if the [AREA DISPLAY] item (A Page 42) is set to ATITLEB or
ADIRB.
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Item
HOME M.DETECT
Setting value
● OFF
ALARM
TRACKING
Functions and settings
When the camera is at home position, this item sets the Motion Detect function,
which activates when there is a movement in the video.
The alarm signal will be output from the alarm output terminal.
Note :
● The Motion Detect function of this unit detects changes in brightness and
movement. As such, depending on changes in the illumination, it may or may
not detect movement of objects having the same color as the background
color. It may be difficult to detect objects with very slow movement. Check the
operating conditions thoroughly beforehand and configure the settings such
that there will not be any misoperation or omission of detection.
● This function applies to home position screen when [STABILIZER] item is set
to AOFFB. When [STABILIZER] is set to AONB, as the screen is enlarged, it
will also respond to motion of image which is not shown on the screen. This is
the specification of this unit, not a malfunction. (TK-C686E/TK-C686WPE only)
OFF
^
Motion Detect is disabled.
HOME M.DETECT
(ALARM)
^
When there is a movement in the video, alarm signals will be output.
LEVEL
–5 to NORMAL to 5 This item sets the detection sensitivity.
To lower the sensitivity B Decrease the number
(● NORMAL)
To increase the sensitivity B Increase the number
Memo :
● When the detection sensitivity is increased, the camera may also react to the
flickering of fluorescent lightings. Be sure to confirm on the Demonstration
screen after setting.
AREA EDIT..
TIME
DEMONSTRATION..
HOME M.DETECT
(TRACKING)
^
This item sets the non-detection area. (A Page 56)
OFF
● 5s
6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s,
15s, 20s, 30s, 60s
This item sets the duration to output alarm signals.
Note :
● This setting is invalid in a RM-P2580 system. Set in the Alarm Time item of
RM-P2580. (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
^
This item checks the configured Motion Detect (Alarm) function.
^
This function automatically tracks and shoots moving objects when the camera
is at home position.
[HOME M.DETECT (TRACKING) Setting] (A Page 58)
Memo :
● Motion Detect (Tracking) may be difficult under the following conditions.
● When multiple moving objects are in the same screen.
● When there is a flickering light source in the screen.
● When the speed of the moving object is fast.
● When the moving object is big or small.
● When the object has no contrast.
● Dark images can be improved with the Increased Electronic Sensitivity
function but the response may be slow.
LEVEL
–5 to NORMAL to 5 This item sets the detection sensitivity.
(● NORMAL)
To lower the sensitivity B Decrease the number
To increase the sensitivity B Increase the number
RESTART TIME
DEMONSTRATION..
● OFF
10s, 20s, 30s,
40s, 50s, 60s,
120s
^
This item sets the duration to return to the home position when there is no
movement in the images after tracking starts.
This item checks the configured Motion Detect (Tracking) function.
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CAMERA FUNCTION1
screen (continued)
(● indicates the default value)
Item
D.ZOOM MAX
STABILIZER
(TK-C686E/
TK-C686WPEonly)
LEVEL
Setting value
Functions and settings
⳯1
● ⳯2
⳯4
⳯8
⳯16
⳯32
When the zoom lens is set to telephoto, optical zoom and electronic zoom will be
enabled. This item sets the maximum value of the electronic zoom function.
● OFF
ON
This function prevents image shaking caused by vibration. Set this function to
AONB to control image shaking.
Memo :
● As electronic zoom processes the images digitally, image quality will
deteriorate somewhat.
● Increasing the electronic zoom ratio will shift the center of the screen toward
the top left. This is a characteristic of this camera and is not a malfunction.
● The camera will not operate continuously from optical zoom to electronic
zoom. When the optical zoom is at TELE, press the telephoto button again.
Memo :
● When the function is set to AONB, the screen is enlarged to approximately 1.3
times.
● Adjustment is disabled in the electronic zoom area.
● Adjustment is disabled for about 1 minute after power ON and during Pan/Tilt/
Zoom operation.
● Adjustment may not work due to fast cyclic screen shaking or the Pan/Tilt
angle of the camera head. Depending on the installation environment, the
camera may be subject to vibrations that may cause the stabilizer to
malfunction and an increase in unstable images. In such cases, set the
[STABILIZER] item to AOFFB before use.
LOW
● NORMAL
HIGH
This item allows you to set the adjustment level in 3 steps.
The adjustment volume is larger if the value is set to AHIGHB rather than
ANORMALB. When it is set to ALOWB, the adjustment volume is lesser than
compared to when it is set to ANORMALB.
CAMERA FUNCTION2
screen
(● indicates the default value)
Item
FLIP
Setting value
OFF
AUTO
● DIGITAL
Functions and settings
When this item is set to AOFFB and the camera rotates vertically, the camera will
stop when it faces down.
3 steps are necessary when tracking objects that pass right under the camera:
A Face the camera downward; B Rotate it horizontally at 180°; C Face the
camera upwards.
Using the Flip function allows you to reduce this step.
Set this item when shooting objects that pass right under the camera.
OFF
: Flip function does not activate.
AUTO
: When the camera faces bottom, it rotates 180° horizontally and
stops.
DIGITAL : The top/bottom and left/right of the image flips when the object has
passed the bottom of the camera, at the position of 135°.
Memo :
● When the item is set to ADIGITALB and the tilt position is more than 90⬚,
AMANUAL T90B will be displayed on the screen. When this item is set to
ADIGITALB but [MANUAL DISPLAY] item (A Page 38) is set to AOFFB,
AMANUAL T90B will not be displayed.
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Item
Setting value
Functions and settings
VAR.P/T SPEED
OFF
● ON
This item changes the operation speed of pan (horizontal rotation) and tilt (vertical
rotation) automatically according to the zoom of the lens. When the zoom lens is at
TELE (telephoto), the pan and tilt speed is slow. When it is at WIDE (wide angle), the
pan and tilt speed is fast. Set this item when shooting objects with different zoom
ratio.
OFF : Disabled
ON : Enabled
EASY AF
● OFF
ON
When this item is set to AONB, Auto Focus (AF) will activate automatically when
operating the pan, tilt and zoom function manually. This is convenient as you need
not reset the focus every time you move the camera when there are many manual
operations.
OFF : Disabled
ON : Enabled
Memo :
● The Auto Focus function may not focus properly for some objects. (A Page 7) In
this case, set the focus manually.
AF FOR IR
TILT LIMIT
● OFF
ON
When switching the Color mode to B&W mode, the type of light source may cause
the focus to be dislocated. This is because the B&W mode is sensitive to both visible
light and near-infrared light. When this happens, set this item to AONB to focus
automatically.
OFF : Disabled
ON : Enabled
–5⬚ to 0⬚ to 10⬚
(● 0⬚)
This item sets the movable range of the tilt (vertical) operation during manual
operation.
It does not affect the Preset Position, Auto Trace and Auto Patrol operations. When
this item is set to 10⬚, the movable range of the tilt operation is from 10⬚ to 90⬚. It
cannot operate between –5⬚ and 9⬚.
This operation has priority over tilt limit. When the camera is moved to a prohibited
area and tilt operation is performed manually, it operates in the following manner.
Memo :
● Tilt operation is disabled in the prohibited area. Tilt will be forcibly moved to the
effective area.
● Once the camera enters the effective area, the tilt limit settings take over and tilt
operation can only be performed in the effective area.
M.PAN LIMIT
● OFF
ON
This item sets the movable range of the pan (horizontal) operation during manual
operation. It does not affect the Preset Position, Auto Pan and Auto Trace operations.
[Manual Pan Limit Setting] (A Page 60)
^
AUTO RETURN
When the camera is not operated within the duration set in ATIMEB, it will
automatically return to the state set in AMODEB.
Note :
● This function only works normally when the model name on the serial number
plate of RM-P2580 is RM-P2580(A).
MODE
● OFF
HOME
A.PAN KEY
A.PATROL KEY
This item sets the operation after Auto Return.
OFF
: Auto Return is disabled.
HOME
: Returns to the home position.
A.PAN KEY
: Returns to the operation that was set using the
[RM.A.PAN KEY]. (A Page 49)
A.PATROL KEY : Returns to the operation that was set using the
[RM.A.PATROL KEY]. (A Page 49)
Memo :
● When using this function, set the [DIP SW4] at the rear of RM-P2580 to AONB.
TIME
● 1min
2min
3min
5min
10min
20min
30min
60min
This item sets the time to return the operation with Auto Return.
Memo :
● When [MODE] item is set to AOFFB, A- - -B will be displayed and settings is
disabled.
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CAMERA TITLE/ALARM
screen
This screen allows you to configure title and alarm settings.
(● indicates the default value)
Item
Setting value
^
CAM.TITLE EDIT..
Functions and settings
This item sets the title to be displayed permanently on the lower left of the
screen. A maximum of 16 characters can be set for the title.
[Camera Title Setting] (A Page 62)
AREA DISPLAY
● OFF
TITLE
DIR
This item sets the area settings.
OFF
^
Settings will not be displayed.
TITLE
^
This item divides the 360° horizontal rotation area into 16 areas and allows you
to set a 16 character title in each area. The area title will be displayed when the
camera is panned manually (horizontal rotation).
DIR
^
[Area Display Mode Setting (Title)] (A Page 63)
This item sets the basic axis direction N (north). When the camera is panned
(horizontal rotation) manually, the 360° horizontal rotation area will be divided
into 8 areas, and N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, NW will be displayed respectively for
each area.
[Area Display Mode Setting (Direction)] (A Page 64)
ALM.TITLE SIZE
NORMAL
● DOUBLE
This item sets the size of the title displayed during an alarm.
NORMAL:Same size as the text on the menu screen.
DOUBLE:Twice the size vertically and horizontally as the text on the menu
screen.
ALM.TITLE COLOUR
● WHITE
GREEN
CYAN
YELLOW
ALARM TITLE EDIT..
^
This item sets the color of the title displayed during an alarm.
This is the setting screen for the title displayed during an alarm.
[Remote Control Alarm Title Setting] (A Page 65)
ALARM INPUT..
^
ALARM INPUT..
ALARM IN1 to 6
This item sets the alarm input terminal.
This item selects the status of the image output camera during alarm input.
● OFF
OFF : Does not output images even at alarm input.
HOME
HOME : Outputs home position images during alarm input.
POS1 to POS99 POS1 to POS99
: This outputs the video of the selected preset position during alarm
input.
Memo :
● When [B&W MODE] (A Page 45) setting is set to [ALARM IN1 to 6], A(B&W)B
will be displayed and settings is disabled.
POLARITY
● MAKE
BREAK
This sets the polarity of the alarm input signal.
MAKE : When the contact between all alarm input terminals and GND
terminals changes from open to close, the alarm will activate.
BREAK : When the contact between all alarm input terminals and GND
terminals changes from close to open, the alarm will activate.
Memo :
● When [ALARM INPUT] item is set to AOFFB, A- - -B will be displayed and
settings is disabled.
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Item
Setting value
Functions and settings
ALARM INPUT.. (continued)
TIME
PRIORITY
● 5s
6s
7s
8s
9s
10s
15s
20s
30s
60s
This item sets the alarm signal output time and alarm title display time that are
output when there is an alarm.
● ALARM
MANUAL
This item sets the operation for alarm input when the camera is operated
manually.
Memo :
● When [ALARM INPUT] item is AOFFB or [B&W MODE] (A Page 45), and
AALARM IN1 to 6B is set, A- - -B will be displayed and settings is disabled.
Note :
● This setting is invalid in a RM-P2580 system. Set in the [ALARM TIME] item
of RM-P2580. (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
ALARM : Alarm activates when there is an alarm input regardless of whether
the camera is in manual operation or not. (Alarm operation has
priority)
MANUAL : Alarm does not activate even if there is an alarm input during manual
operation. (Manual operation has priority)
Memo :
● When [ALARM INPUT] item is set to AOFFB, A- - -B will be displayed and
settings is disabled.
● This setting is invalid in a RM-P2580 system. AALARMB mode will take over.
ALARM OUTPUT..
OUTPUT1
OUTPUT2
This item sets the alarm output terminal.
● OFF
ALARM
B&W
PRESET
AUX1
AUX2
AUX3
OFF
: Alarm does not output.
ALARM : When there is an alarm input, alarm signals will be output and will
continue during alarm display.
Memo :
● Alarm signals will also be output when there is an alarm input in the system
control unit or RM-P2580.
B&W
: When this unit is in B&W mode, alarm signals will be output and will
continue throughout the B&W mode.
PRESET : Alarm signals are output when the camera is moved to the home
position or to a preset position.
AUX1, AUX2, AUX3
: Alarm signals are output when there is an auxiliary input.
Memo :
● In normal cases, do not use AAUX1B, AAUX2B, AAUX3B. For details, please
consult your nearest JVC dealer.
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CAMERA ALC screen
This function performs automatic adjustment according to the brightness.
It sets the video signals of the camera such as color level and contour enhancement.
(● indicates the default value)
Item
SHUTTER
AGC MODE
Setting value
Functions and settings
● 1/50
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
1/4000
1/10000
This item sets the speed of the electronic shutter. When [SENSE UP] item is set
to A⳯2B and above, the variable setting value is A1/50B and A1/120B only.
OFF
MID
● HIGH
SUPER
This item sets the maximum gain of AGC (Automatic Gain Control) that
increases the sensitivity electronically for objects with little light. Set according to
the brightness of the object.
Memo :
● Flickering of fluorescent lightings can be reduced when the shutter speed is
set to A1/50B or A1/120B respectively in regions of commercial power
frequency 50 Hz and 60 Hz.
● A smear phenomenon specific to CCD, where white bands appear vertically
along bright light source, is more emphasized the faster the shutter speed is.
If AOFFB is set, AGC will not function.
Memo :
● When the [B&W MODE] item is set to AAUTOB and this item is set to
ASUPERB, ASUPERB will be displayed. If it is set to other settings, AHIGHB
will be displayed and gain will be increased until it reaches the displayed
value.
● If the gain is increased, the screen appears grainy in dark places.
● If ASUPERB is selected, the camera may take some time to respond to the
rapid change in level.
SENSE UP
OFF
● ⳯2
⳯4
⳯8
⳯16
⳯32
⳯64
⳯128
[SENSE UP] is a function to extend the exposure time and increase the sensitivity.
This item sets the degree to increase the sensitivity automatically when the object
becomes dark.
When the setting is A⳯32B, the sensitivity will automatically increase continuously
until it is 32 times more than the normal level.
When sensitivity increases, the shutter speed becomes slower and hence,
movement becomes unnatural. When the [SHUTTER] item is set to A1/250B and
above, A- - -B will be displayed and [SENSE UP] will not function.
Memo :
● When the electronic zoom ratio is increased, the screen may appear grainy,
whitish or with white streaks. This is not a malfunction.
ALC MODE
MOTION
● PICTURE
This item sets whether to prioritize movement or image quality when the object
becomes dark.
MOTION : Prioritizes movement. When an object becomes dark, AGC
(Automatic Gain Control) will function first. This is suitable for objects
with fast movement.
PICTURE: Prioritizes image quality. When an object becomes dark, electronic
sensitizing (increased electronic sensitivity) will function first. This is
suitable for objects that prioritize images.
Memo :
● When either [AGC MODE] item or [SENSE UP] item is set to AOFFB, A- - -B
will be displayed and settings is disabled.
● When [B&W MODE] item is set to AAUTOB, this item becomes AMOTIONB
and A- - -B is displayed.
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Item
Setting value
^
B&W/COLOUR
MODE..
Functions and settings
This item sets the mode switching of B&W and Color.
Memo :
● When switching the Color mode to B&W mode, the type of light source may
cause the focus to be dislocated. This is because the B&W mode is sensitive
to both visible light and near-infrared light. When this happens, adjust the
focus again in B&W mode. When [AF FOR IR] item (A Page 41) is set to
AONB, the focus can be adjusted automatically during mode switching.
● Use infrared illumination if necessary.
B&W MODE
● COLOUR
B&W
AUTO
ALARM IN1 to 6
This sets the function to switch from Color to B&W mode.
COLOUR : Always be in Color mode.
B&W
: Always be in B&W mode.
AUTO
: The camera automatically switches to Color mode when the object
is bright and B&W mode when it is dark.
ALARM IN1 to 6
: When there is an alarm input, the mode will be B&W. When the
contact is short (MAKE), B&W mode is ON. When the contact is
open (BREAK), B&W mode is OFF.
Memo :
䡵 (To ensure a successful B&W/Color switching)
● If the [B&W MODE] item is set to AAUTOB, the B&W/Color setting can be
switched according to the brightness of the object, but the condition of
illumination and field angle may make this impossible. To be absolutely
certain of B&W/Color switching, we recommend you to input signals of an
external sensor (available separately) to the alarm terminal of this camera
before switching.
LEVEL
LOW
● NORMAL
HIGH
This item sets the signal level of the object that is switched to B&W mode.
LOW
: Switches to B&W mode when the signal level of the object indicates
low illumination.
NORMAL : Switches to B&W mode when the signal level of the object indicates
normal illumination.
HIGH
: Switches to B&W mode when the signal level of the object indicates
high illumination.
Memo :
● When [B&W MODE] item is set to other than AAUTOB, A- - -B will be displayed
and settings is disabled.
B&W A.TIME
10s
20s
● 30s
This item sets the duration to switch to B&W mode when an object becomes
dark.
Memo :
● When [B&W MODE] item is set to other than AAUTOB, A- - -B will be displayed
and settings is disabled.
LIGHT TYPE
● NORMAL
IR
This item sets the illumination of the object during B&W mode.
NORMAL : Select this for normal illumination.
IR
: Select this when using infrared illumination.
Memo :
● If infrared is set under normal sunlight or fluorescent lighting, the camera will
not switch normally from Color to B&W mode.
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CAMERA VIDEO screen
(● indicates the default value)
Item
Setting value
Functions and settings
MONITOR TYPE
● CRT
LCD1
LCD2
This sets the monitor type.
You can change the output video settings according to the type of monitor used.
Select an appropriate mode.
DVR SAVE MODE
● OFF
ON
Select this to record images to an external hard disk recorder. When AONB is set,
you can reduce the amount of recording data but the resolution will deteriorate.
COLOUR LEVEL
–5 to NORMAL to 5 This item adjusts the color level of the video signals.
(● NORMAL)
To lighten the colorBDecrease the number
To darken the colorBIncrease the number
ENHANCE LEVEL
–5 to NORMAL to 5 This item adjusts the contour correction that emphasizes the vividness on the
monitor screen.
(● NORMAL)
To soften the image qualityBDecrease the number
To sharpen the image qualityBIncrease the number
Memo :
● When [DVR SAVE MODE] item is set to AONB, A- - -B will be displayed and
settings is disabled.
SETUP
OFF
● ON
This item adjusts the pedestal level (black standard) of the video signals.
OFF : To reduce the brightness of the image.
ON : To increase the brightness of the image.
Memo :
● When [MONITOR TYPE] item is set to ALCD1B or ALCD2B, A- - -B will be
displayed and settings is disabled.
DNR MODE
● OFF
ON
This item sets the DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) function.
When AONB is set, image noise on the screen will be reduced.
Memo :
● Image noise in dark images will be reduced but the resolution will deteriorate.
● The edges of adjacent areas with high and low illumination may appear rough.
SEC MODE
● OFF
ON
When set to AONB, this item emphasizes images with very fine and detailed
parts. This will increase the visual resolution of the image.
Memo :
● When [DVR SAVE MODE] item is set to AONB, A- - -B will be displayed and
settings is disabled.
● Some objects may cause the image noise to be significant.
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AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE
screen
This screen sets the Auto Pan function that rotates slowly in a horizontal direction, the Auto Patrol function that moves the camera
to multiple positions in sequence, and the Auto Trace function that reproduces manual camera settings.
(● indicates the default value)
Item
Setting value
^
AUTO PAN SET..
Functions and settings
This item sets the Auto Pan operation.
[Auto Pan setting] (A Page 66)
AUTO PAN MODE
AUTO PAN SPEED
● RETURN
RIGHT
LEFT
RETURN:Shuttles to and from the start and end positions
LOW
● NORMAL
HIGH
This item sets the rotation speed during Auto Pan.
RIGHT
LEFT
: Right rotation
: Left rotation
LOW
: Low speed rotation
NORMAL : Normal rotation
HIGH
: High speed rotation
A.PAN POS.SET..
^
This item sets the start and end positions for Auto Pan during the to-and-fro
shuttle.
AUTO PATROL SET..
^
This item sets the Auto Patrol operation.
[Auto Patrol Setting] (A Page 68)
Mode
●1
2
3
Select the pattern of the Auto Patrol operation mode.
Position
This item sets the order of the patrolling positions.
PATROL1
The camera will auto-patrol in the order of the set positions.
● HOME
POS1 to POS99 Memo :
PATROL2 to
PATROL100
HOME
● POS1 to POS99
Time
AUTO TRACE SET..
SKIP
● 10s
20s
30s
45s
1min
2min
● When using Pelco protocol, patrol number item is APATROL1 to PATROL80B
and the setting value is changed to APOS1 to POS32, POS35 to POS82,
POS100 to POS256B.
This item sets the duration the camera remains at one position.
^
This item sets the Auto Trace operation.
[Auto Trace Setting] (A Page 70)
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AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE
screen (continued)
(● indicates the default value)
Item
Setting value
AUTO PAN/TRACE
VIDEO
IRIS MODE
This item sets the images during Auto Pan and Auto Trace.
MANUAL
● AUTO
AUTO+
AUTO-
ExDR MODE
Functions and settings
● OFF
ON
This item sets the adjustment method for lens iris.
MANUAL : Select this to adjust the iris manually.
AUTO
: Automatically adjusts the iris to normal state.
AUTO+ : Automatically adjusts the iris to be brighter than the normal state.
AUTO- : Automatically adjusts the iris to be darker than the normal state.
The ExDR function allows an object with illuminance difference to be shot by
combining images shot with a shutter speed of 1/100 seconds and images shot
with a high speed shutter.
OFF : ExDR is disabled.
ON : ExDR is enabled.
Memo :
● When the [SHUTTER] item is set to A1/250B and above, A- - -B will be
displayed and ExDR will be disabled.
ExDR LEVEL
–5 to NORMAL to 5 This item sets which brightness area of the object is to be more visible during
ExDR mode.
(● NORMAL)
A larger number will enable areas of low illumination in the object to be more
visible.
A smaller number will enable areas of high illumination in the object to be more
visible.
Memo :
● When the illuminance difference in the object is large, there may not be any
changes in the images even if the ExDR level is changed. This is a feature of
the camera and is not a malfunction.
● When the [SHUTTER] item is set to A1/250B and above, A- - -B will be
displayed and settings for [ExDR LEVEL] item cannot be changed.
● When the [ExDR MODE] item is set to AOFFB, settings for [ExDR LEVEL] item
cannot be changed.
BLC MODE
● OFF
AREA1
AREA2
AREA3
AREA4
Sets the backlight compensation function. Set this item when there is a bright
light source in the background of the object and the object becomes dark in the
automatic iris function. Set such that unnecessary light source is outside the
photometry area.
OFF
: No backlight compensation.
AREA1 to AREA4 : Refer to the diagram below to set the item.
Photometry
Photometry
Photometry
OFF
Photometry
AREA1
AREA2
AREA3
Photometry
AREA4
Memo :
● When [ExDR MODE] item is set to AONB, A- - -B will be displayed and [BLC
MODE] item is disabled.
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Item
Setting value
Functions and settings
AUTO PAN/TRACE VIDEO (continued)
W.BALANCE
● ATW-W
ATW-N
AWC
This item sets the white balance adjustment function. You can adjust the
illumination within the color temperature range of 2,300K to 10,000K.
ATW-N : This is the Auto-Tracking White Balance mode. (Automatic color
temperature tracking). The camera adjusts the white balance
automatically according to the color temperature of the illumination.
(Color temperature range of 3,200K to 8,000K)
ATW-W : This mode supports an even wider range of color temperature than
AATW-NB. (Color temperature range of 2,300K to 10,000K)
AWC
: This is the Auto White Control (automatic white balance adjustment)
mode. A<SET>AWC EXECB will be displayed. Press the [SET] button
to activate AWC and adjust white balance.
Memo :
● When set to AATW-NB,AATW-WB, [R GAIN] and [B GAIN] are displayed as A- -B. Hue cannot be adjusted.
● If [B&W MODE] under [CAMERA ALC] item is set to AB&WB, [W.BALANCE],
[R GAIN], [B GAIN] items are displayed as A- - -B. Hue cannot be adjusted.
R GAIN
0 to 255
(● 76)
Adjusts the R (red) hue during AWC.
The larger the number, the redder the color becomes.
B GAIN
0 to 255
(● 71)
Adjusts the B (blue) hue during AWC.
The larger the number, the bluer the color becomes.
RM.A.PAN KEY
● A.PAN
A.PATROL
Press the [AUTO PAN] button on the remote control to set the operating function.
A.PAN
: Auto Pan function
A.TRACE
A.PATROL : Auto Patrol function
A.TRACE : Auto Trace function
RM.A.PATROL KEY
A.PAN
● A.PATROL
A.TRACE
Press the [AUTO PATROL] button on the remote control to set the operating
function.
A.PAN
: Auto Pan function
A.PATROL : Auto Patrol function
A.TRACE : Auto Trace function
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Changing camera settings from remote control
POS.FUNCTION SET..
screen
(● indicates the default value)
䡵 When preset position is set to 100 (A Page 19)(A Page 30)
Item
Setting value
Functions and settings
^
This item sets a title of maximum 16 characters for the configured positions (99)
and home position (1), and displays the title on the screen. (POS64 to POS99
cannot be selected.)
[Position Title Setting] (A Page 72)
POSITION TITLE..
IRIS MODE
MANUAL
● AUTO
AUTO+
AUTO-
ExDR MODE
● OFF
ON
This item sets the adjustment method for lens iris.
MANUAL : Select this to adjust the iris manually.
AUTO
: Automatically adjusts the iris to normal state.
AUTO+ : Automatically adjusts the iris to be brighter than the normal state.
AUTO- : Automatically adjusts the iris to be darker than the normal state.
The ExDR function allows an object with illuminance difference to be shot by
combining images shot with a shutter speed of 1/100 seconds and images shot
with a high speed shutter.
OFF : ExDR is disabled.
ON : ExDR is enabled.
Memo :
● When the [SHUTTER] item is set to A1/250B and above, A- - -B will be
displayed and ExDR will be disabled.
ExDR LEVEL
–5 to NORMAL to 5 This item sets which brightness area of the object is to be more visible during
ExDR mode.
(● NORMAL)
A larger number will enable areas of low illumination in the object to be more
visible.
A smaller number will enable areas of high illumination in the object to be more
visible.
Memo :
● When the illuminance difference in the object is large, there may not be any
changes in the images even if the ExDR level is changed. This is a feature of
the camera and is not a malfunction.
● When the [SHUTTER] item is set to A1/250B and above, A- - -B will be
displayed and settings for [ExDR LEVEL] item cannot be changed.
● When the [ExDR MODE] item is set to AOFFB, settings for [ExDR LEVEL]
item cannot be changed.
BLC MODE
● OFF
AREA1
AREA2
AREA3
AREA4
Sets the backlight compensation function. Set this item when there is a bright
light source in the background of the object and the object becomes dark in the
automatic iris function. Set such that unnecessary light source is outside the
photometry area.
OFF
: No backlight compensation.
AREA1 to AREA4 : Refer to the diagram below to set the item.
Photometry
Photometry
Photometry
OFF
Photometry
AREA1
AREA2
AREA3
Photometry
AREA4
Memo :
● When [ExDR MODE] item is set to AONB, A- - -B will be displayed and [BLC
MODE] item is disabled.
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Item
W.BALANCE
Setting value
● ATW-W
ATW-N
AWC
Functions and settings
This item sets the white balance adjustment function. You can adjust the
illumination within the color temperature range of 2,300K to 10,000K.
ATW-N : This is the Auto-Tracking White Balance mode. (Automatic color
temperature tracking). The camera adjusts the white balance
automatically according to the color temperature of the illumination.
(Color temperature range of 3,200K to 8,000K)
ATW-W : This mode supports an even wider range of color temperature than
AATW-NB. (Color temperature range of 2,300K to 10,000K)
AWC
: This is the Auto White Control (automatic white balance adjustment)
mode. A<SET>AWC EXECB will be displayed. Press the [SET] button
to activate AWC and adjust white balance.
Memo :
● When set to AATW-NB,AATW-WB, [R GAIN] and [B GAIN] are displayed as A- -B. Hue cannot be adjusted.
● If [B&W MODE] under [CAMERA ALC] item is set to AB&WB, [W.BALANCE],
[R GAIN], [B GAIN] items are displayed as A- - -B. Hue cannot be adjusted.
R GAIN
0 to 255
(● 76)
Adjusts the R (red) hue during AWC.
The larger the number, the redder the color becomes.
B GAIN
0 to 255
(● 71)
Adjusts the B (blue) hue during AWC.
The larger the number, the bluer the color becomes.
䡵 When preset position is set to 256 (A Page 19)(A Page 30)
Item
Setting value
Functions and settings
^
This item sets a title of maximum 16 characters for the configured positions (99)
and home position (1), and displays the title on the screen. (POS64 to POS99
cannot be selected.)
POSITION TITLE..
[Position Title Setting] (A Page 72)
POSITION VIDEO
IRIS MODE
SCENE A to
SCENE H
(● SCENE A)
MANUAL
● AUTO
AUTO+
AUTO-
ExDR MODE
● OFF
ON
For configuring settings related to images at the home position.
You can specify settings for eight different scenes from A to H.
This item sets the adjustment method for lens iris.
MANUAL : Select this to adjust the iris manually.
AUTO
: Automatically adjusts the iris to normal state.
AUTO+ : Automatically adjusts the iris to be brighter than the normal state.
AUTO- : Automatically adjusts the iris to be darker than the normal state.
The ExDR function allows an object with illuminance difference to be shot by
combining images shot with a shutter speed of 1/100 seconds and images shot
with a high speed shutter.
OFF : ExDR is disabled.
ON : ExDR is enabled.
Memo :
● When the [SHUTTER] item is set to A1/250B and above, A- - -B will be
displayed and ExDR will be disabled.
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Changing camera settings from remote control
POS.FUNCTION SET..
screen (continued)
(● indicates the default value)
Item
Setting value
Functions and settings
POSITION VIDEO (continued)
ExDR LEVEL
–5 to NORMAL to 5 This item sets which brightness area of the object is to be more visible during
ExDR mode.
(● NORMAL)
A larger number will enable areas of low illumination in the object to be more
visible.
A smaller number will enable areas of high illumination in the object to be more
visible.
Memo :
● When the illuminance difference in the object is large, there may not be any
changes in the images even if the ExDR level is changed. This is a feature of
the camera and is not a malfunction.
● When the [SHUTTER] item is set to A1/250B and above, A- - -B will be
displayed and settings for [ExDR LEVEL] item cannot be changed.
● When the [ExDR MODE] item is set to AOFFB, settings for [ExDR LEVEL]
item cannot be changed.
BLC MODE
● OFF
AREA1
AREA2
AREA3
Sets the backlight compensation function. Set this item when there is a bright
light source in the background of the object and the object becomes dark in the
automatic iris function. Set such that unnecessary light source is outside the
photometry area.
OFF
: No backlight compensation.
AREA1 to AREA4 : Refer to the diagram below to set the item.
AREA4
Photometry
Photometry
Photometry
OFF
Photometry
AREA1
AREA2
AREA3
Photometry
AREA4
Memo :
● When [ExDR MODE] item is set to AONB, A- - -B will be displayed and [BLC
MODE] item is disabled.
W.BALANCE
● ATW-W
ATW-N
AWC
This item sets the white balance adjustment function. You can adjust the
illumination within the color temperature range of 2,300K to 10,000K.
ATW-N : This is the Auto-Tracking White Balance mode. (Automatic color
temperature tracking). The camera adjusts the white balance
automatically according to the color temperature of the illumination.
(Color temperature range of 3,200K to 8,000K)
ATW-W : This mode supports an even wider range of color temperature than
AATW-NB. (Color temperature range of 2,300K to 10,000K)
AWC
: This is the Auto White Control (automatic white balance adjustment)
mode. A<SET>AWC EXECB will be displayed. Press the [SET] button
to activate AWC and adjust white balance.
Memo :
● When set to AATW-NB,AATW-WB, [R GAIN] and [B GAIN] are displayed as A- -B. Hue cannot be adjusted.
● If [B&W MODE] under [CAMERA ALC] item is set to AB&WB, [W.BALANCE],
[R GAIN], [B GAIN] items are displayed as A- - -B. Hue cannot be adjusted.
R GAIN
0 to 255
(● 76)
Adjusts the R (red) hue during AWC.
The larger the number, the redder the color becomes.
B GAIN
0 to 255
(● 71)
Adjusts the B (blue) hue during AWC.
The larger the number, the bluer the color becomes.
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FACTORY SETTINGS
screen
Setting reverts back to default setting.
When the [SET] button is pressed, AFACTORY SETTINGS...B will be displayed for about 20 seconds. Then settings will revert
back to default settings.
After this is complete, ADATA CLEARDB will be displayed.
(● indicates the default value)
Item
Setting value
Functions and settings
CANCEL
^
Does not return to the default setting. Press the [MENU] button or [SET] button
to return to the menu screen.
CLEAR(W/O
POS.TITLE)
^
Setting reverts back to default setting. However, setting data and titles for each
setting position and position will not return to the default setting. The screen
returns to the menu screen after the operation is completed.
CLEAR(ALL)
^
Returns all settings to default setting, including the titles and setting positions.
The screen returns to the menu screen after the operation is completed.
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Detailed setting
Private Mask Setting
This function allows you to configure settings to mask the
areas that you do not wish to display in the recorded screen
in single color (color setting is available).
Masks can be set in 8 locations.
䡵 Mask Setting
1 Open the [MASK MODE] screen
● Shift the [PAN/TILT] lever to the left and right and set
[MODE] to AONB.
● Press the [SET] button to display the [MASK MODE]
screen.
MODE..
BRIGHT
PRIVATE MASK
ON
4
[MENU] button
[SET] button
<MENU> RETURN
Numeric keypad
[PRIVATE MASK] screen
[CAMERA] button
[PAN/TILT] Lever
[ENTER] button
[TELE] button
MENU
[MASK MODE] screen
䡵 Preparation
1 Select a camera for masking (A RM-P2580
Instruction Manual) [CAMERA] button B Numeric
keypad (Camera number) B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A
Page 34)
● The [MENU] screen is displayed.
3 Select the [CAMERA FUNCTION1] screen
● Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [CAMERA FUNCTION1] item and
press the [SET] button.
● The [CAMERA FUNCTION1] screen is displayed.
4 Open the [PRIVATE MASK] screen
● Move the cursor (Z) to the [PRIVATE MASK] item and
press the [SET] button to display the [PRIVATE MASK]
screen.
CAMERA FUNCTION1
V. PHASE
--POS. TITLE LOC.
UP-L
PRIVATE MASK..
MANUAL DISPLAY
ON
HOME M. DETECT
OFF
D.ZOOM MAX
X2
STABILIZER
OFF
MENU
[CAMERA FUNCTION1] screen
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(ー)
(ー)
(ー)
(ー)
(ー)
(ー)
(ー)
(ー)
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
[WIDE] button
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
MASK MODE
MASK No.1
MASK No.2
MASK No.3
MASK No.4
MASK No.5
MASK No.6
MASK No.7
MASK No.8
Memo :
● When AMODEB is set to AOFFB, Mask No. 1 to No. 8 will
be hidden.
2 Select mask number
● Move the cursor on the [MASK MODE] screen to the
numbers (Mask No. 1 to No. 8) for private masking, and
press the [SET] button.
MASK MODE
MASK No.1
MASK No.2
MASK No.3
MASK No.4
MASK No.5
MASK No.6
MASK No.7
MASK No.8
ON
(ー)
(ー)
(ー)
(ー)
(ー)
(ー)
(ー)
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
MENU
[MASK MODE] screen
3 Press the [SET] button
● The [MASK EDIT] screen is displayed. (A frame
appears at the mask area)
MASK EDIT No1
䡵 Level Setting
1 Select [BRIGHT] at the [PRIVATE MASK] screen
● Move the cursor (Z) to the [BRIGHT] item, shift the
[PAN/TILT] lever to the left and right and set the
ABRIGHTB (mask color).
● The setting value is 0 (black) to 10 (white).
MODE
BRIGHT
PRIVATE MASK
ON
4
<MENU>RETURN
[MASK EDIT] screen
Memo :
● If the value is set to AOFFB, you will not be able to enter
the [MASK EDIT] screen.
● AOUT OF TILT RANGEB will be displayed and Mask
setting is unavailable when the tilt position is 40° and
above from the horizontal direction.
● When [MODE] item is set to AOFFB, A- - -B will be
displayed and settings is disabled.
● Mask No. 1 to No. 8 are all displayed as (-) at factory
default.
● When an edited mask number is selected, the [MASK
EDIT] screen will move to the position that has been set.
4 Set mask area
● [PAN/TILT] lever
(up/down/left/
right)
Edits the mask position
● [TELE] button
● [WIDE] button
Adjusts the size of the mask in the
vertical direction
● [NEAR] button
● [FAR] button
Adjusts the size of the mask in the
horizontal direction
Memo :
● When Tilt has stopped at the
horizontal edge, Mask can be set
horizontally above with the
Increased Tilt operation.
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
MENU
[PRIVATE MASK] screen
Memo :
● To avoid accidental view of masked out area, always
check after setting, and if necessary enlarge mask area
according to step 4 [Set mask area].
● When Mask is set at the [MASK EDIT] screen, the setting
value of the [PRIVATE MASK] screen becomes AONB.
● After Mask settings are complete, individual ON/OFF
settings can be made for Mask No. 1 to No. 8.
● The private mask function will not function during
initialization after power is switched on.
● AOUT OF TILT RANGEB will be displayed and Mask
setting is unavailable when the tilt position is 40° and
above from the horizontal direction.
● When adjusting the mask position, release the [PAN/TILT]
lever after the tilt angle has reached the horizontal limit,
followed by lowering the lever again to move only the
private mask upwards. Using this operation enables you
to specify a private mask that is beyond the upper limit of
the tilt angle.
5 Press the [MENU] button
● Save the mask settings and return to the top menu
screen ([MASK MODE] screen).
6 Repeat steps 1 to 4
7 Press the [MENU] button
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Detailed setting
Home Motion Detect
(Alarm) Setting
When the camera is at the home position, the Motion Detect
function will activate when there is a movement in the
images.
This item sets the locations (non-detection areas) where
movement will not be detected.
[MENU] button
[SET] button
䡵 Preparation
1 Select a camera (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
[CAMERA] button B Numeric keypad (camera
number) B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A
Page 34)
● The [MENU] screen is displayed.
3 Select the [CAMERA FUNCTION1] screen
● Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [CAMERA FUNCTION1] item and
press the [SET] button.
● The [CAMERA FUNCTION1] screen is displayed.
4 Open the [HOME M.DETECT (ALARM)] screen
Numeric keypad
[CAMERA] button
[PAN/TILT] Lever
[ENTER] button
[TELE] button
[WIDE] button
● Move the cursor (Z) to the [HOME M.DETECT] item,
shift the [PAN/TILT] lever to the left and right and select
[ALARM].
● Press the [SET] button to display the [HOME
M.DETECT (ALARM)] screen.
CAMERA FUNCTION1
V. PHASE
--POS. TITLE LOC.
UP-L
PRIVATE MASK..
MANUAL DISPLAY
ON
HOME M. DETECT..
ALARM
D. ZOOM MAX
X2
STABILIZER
OFF
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
MENU
[CAMERA FUNCTION1] screen
HOME M.DETECT(ALARM)
LEVEL
NORMAL
AREA EDIT..
TIME
5s
DEMONSTRATION..
<MENU> RETURN
[HOME M.DETECT (ALARM)] screen
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䡵 Setting
1 Setting non-detection area
● Select [AREA EDIT..] and press the [SET] button.
● The [MOTION DETECT AREA EDIT] screen is
displayed.
HOME M.DETECT(ALARM)
LEVEL
NORMAL
AREA EDIT..
TIME
5s
DEMONSTRATION..
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
MENU
[HOME M.DETECT (ALARM)] screen
Thick frame
Note :
● The Motion Detect feature is not designed to prevent
thefts or fire disasters. Our company shall not be liable for
any inconveniences or damages that occur.
● The Motion Detect function of this unit detects changes in
brightness and movement. As such, depending on
changes in the illumination, it may or may not detect
movement of objects having the same color as the
background color. It may be difficult to detect objects with
very slow movement. Check the operating conditions
thoroughly beforehand and configure the settings such
that there will not be any misoperation or omission of
detection.
● This function applies to home position screen when
[STABILIZER] item is set to AOFFB. When [STABILIZER]
is set to AONB, as the screen is enlarged, it will also
respond to motion of image which is not shown on the
screen. This is the specification of this unit, not a
malfunction. (TK-C686E/TK-C686WPE only)
MOTIOIN DETECT AREA EDIT 䢇 Cancelling non-detection area
<MENU>RETURN
● Select the area (white) that has been set and press the
[SET] button.
● The setting is cancelled and the area becomes a Athick
frameB.
[MOTION DETECT AREA EDIT] screen
Memo :
● The frame is displayed slightly toward the top left from the
center of the screen.
● The illustration shows a screen that is divided into 12⳯8.
Only thick frames will be displayed in the actual screen.
Lines dividing the screen will not be displayed.
2 Select the non-detection area
● Shift the [PAN/TILT] lever (up/down/left/right) and set
the non-detection area.
● A thick frame appears around the selected area.
䢇 Demonstration
1 Select [DEMONSTRATION..] and press the [SET]
button
The detected area appears in white.
HOME M.DETECT(ALARM)
LEVEL
NORMAL
AREA EDIT..
TIME
5s
DEMONSTRATION..
3 Set non-detection area
● Press the [SET] button to change the selected area to
AwhiteB. Setting is complete.
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
MENU
[HOME M.DETECT (ALARM)] screen
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3
● Set all non-detection areas.
5 Press the [MENU] button
DEMONSTRATION(ALARM) ● Save the mask settings and return to the top menu
screen ([HOME M.DETECT (ALARM)] screen).
Detected area (white)
Memo :
● The position displayed on the screen is an estimation. Be
sure to check the actual screen.
<MENU>RETURN
[DEMONSTRATION (ALARM)] screen
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Detailed setting
HOME M.DETECT
(TRACKING) Setting
This item sets the function to automatically track objects with
movement when the camera is at the home position.
Using this feature enables automatic tracking to be
performed according to changes in the brightness at the
home position.
[MENU] button
[SET] button
Numeric keypad
[CAMERA] button
[PAN/TILT] Lever
䡵 Preparation
1 Select a camera (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
[CAMERA] button B Numeric keypad (camera
number) B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A
3 Select the [CAMERA FUNCTION1] screen
● Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [CAMERA FUNCTION1] item and
press the [SET] button.
● The [CAMERA FUNCTION1] screen is displayed.
CAMERA FUNCTION1
V. PHASE
--POS. TITLE LOC.
UP-L
PRIVATE MASK..
MANUAL DISPLAY
ON
HOME M. DETECT..
TRACKING
D. ZOOM MAX
X2
STABILIZER
OFF
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
[ENTER] button
Page 34)
● The [MENU] screen is displayed.
MENU
[CAMERA FUNCTION1]
screen
[TELE] button
[WIDE] button
4 Open the [HOME M.DETECT (TRACKING)]
screen
● Move the cursor (Z) to the [HOME M.DETECT] item,
shift the [PAN/TILT] lever to the left and right and select
[TRACKING].
● Press the [SET] button to display the [HOME
M.DETECT (TRACKING)] screen.
HOME M.DETECT(TRACKING)
LEVEL
NORMAL
RESTART TIME
OFF
DEMONSTRATION..
<MENU> RETURN
[HOME M.DETECT (TRACKING)]
screen
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䡵 Setting
1 Set [LEVEL]
● Move the cursor (Z) to the [LEVEL] item, shift the
[PAN/TILT] lever to the left and right and set the
ALEVELB (motion detection sensitivity).
● The setting value is from –5 (low sensitivity) to 5 (high
sensitivity).
HOME M.DETECT(TRACKING)
LEVEL
5
RESTART TIME
OFF
DEMONSTRATION..
<MENU> RETURN
[HOME M.DETECT (TRACKING)]
screen
Note :
● The Motion Detect feature is not designed to prevent
thefts or fire disasters. Our company shall not be liable for
any inconveniences or damages that occur.
● The Motion Detect function of this unit detects changes in
brightness and movement. As such, depending on
changes in the illumination, it may or may not detect
movement of objects having the same color as the
background color. It may be difficult to detect objects with
very slow movement. Check the operating conditions
thoroughly beforehand and configure the settings such
that there will not be any misoperation or omission of
detection.
● This function applies to home position screen when
[STABILIZER] item is set to AOFFB. When [STABILIZER]
is set to AONB, as the screen is enlarged, it will also
respond to motion of image which is not shown on the
screen. This is the specification of this unit, not a
malfunction. (TK-C686E/TK-C686WPE only)
2 Set [RESTART TIME]
● Move the cursor (Z) to the [RESTART TIME] item, shift
the [PAN/TILT] lever to the left and right and set the
duration (RESTART TIME) to return to the home
position when there is no movement.
● The camera will return to the home position after the
duration set in ARESTART TIMEB has passed.
HOME M.DETECT(TRACKING)
LEVEL
NORMAL
RESTART TIME
10s
DEMONSTRATION..
<MENU> RETURN
[HOME M.DETECT (TRACKING)]
screen
Memo :
● When the [TIME] setting (A Page 41) in [AUTO RETURN]
item is smaller than the time set in [RESTART TIME], the
camera operation will follow the setting in [AUTO
RETURN].
● Motion Detect (Tracking) may be difficult under the
following conditions.
● When multiple moving objects are in the same screen.
● When there is a flickering light source in the screen.
● When the speed of the moving object is fast.
● When the moving object is big or small.
● When the object has no contrast.
● Dark images can be improved with the Increased
Electronic Sensitivity function but the response may be
slow.
䢇 Demonstration
1 Select [DEMONSTRATION..] and press the [SET]
button
● The detected area is displayed in a pink frame.
HOME M.DETECT(TRACKING)
LEVEL
NORMAL
RESTART TIME
OFF
DEMONSTRATION..
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
MENU
[HOME M.DETECT (TRACKING)] screen
DEMONSTRATION(TRACKING) Detected area
(Pink frame)
<MENU>RETURN
[DEMONSTRATION (TRACKING)] screen
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Detailed setting
Manual Pan Limit Setting
䡵 Preparation
1 Select a camera (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
● [CAMERA] button B Numeric keypad (camera number)
B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
This feature sets the panning (horizontal) area during
manual operation.
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A
Page 34)
● The [MENU] screen is displayed.
3 Select the [CAMERA FUNCTION2] screen
Prohibited area for
manual operation
Right limit
● Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [CAMERA FUNCTION2] item and
press the [SET] button.
● The [CAMERA FUNCTION2] screen is displayed.
CAMERA FUNCTION2
FLIP
DIGITAL
VAR. P / T SPEED
ON
EASY AF
OFF
AF FOR IR
OFF
TILT LIMIT
0°
M. PAN LIMIT
OFF
AUTO RETURN..
Effective area for
manual operation
<MENU> RETURN
Left limit
[CAMERA FUNCTION2] screen
4 Open the [M.PAN LIMIT POS.SET] screen
● Move the cursor (Z) to the [M.PAN LIMIT] item, shift
the [PAN/TILT] lever to the left and right and select
AONB.
[MENU] button
[SET] button
5 Press the [SET] button
Numeric keypad
[M.PAN LIMIT POS.SET] (left position) appears.
[CAMERA] button
[PAN/TILT] Lever
M.PAN LIMIT POS. SET
[ENTER] button
[L]POS.SETTING
<SET>INVALID
DURING PAN MOVEMENT
<MENU>RETURN <SET>L/R
[M.PAN LIMIT POS.SET] screen
(left position)
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䡵 Setting
䡵 Basic Operation of Manual Pan Limit
1 Set the left limit position
● Use the [PAN/TILT] lever (left/right) to determine the left
limit position.
● A[L]POS.SETTING → B appears at the bottom left of
the screen during operation.
M.PAN LIMIT POS. SET
[L]POS.SETTING
<SET>INVALID
DURING PAN MOVEMENT
<MENU>RETURN <SET>L/R
[M.PAN LIMIT POS.SET] screen
(left position)
2 Press the [SET] button
3 Set the right limit position
● Use the [PAN/TILT] lever to determine the right limit
position. A ← [R]POS.SETTINGB appears at the
bottom right of the screen during operation.
M.PAN LIMIT POS. SET
[L]POS.SETTING
[R] POS.SETTING
<SET>INVALID
DURING PAN MOVEMENT
<MENU>RETURN <SET>L/R
[M.PAN LIMIT POS.SET] screen
(right position)
4 Press the [MENU] button
● When manual pan limit is set, panning is only available in
the effective area.
● This operation has priority over manual pan limit. When
the camera is moved to a prohibited area and manual
panning is performed, it operates in the following manner.
● Panning can be operated freely even in the prohibited
area before the camera enters the effective area.
● Once the camera enters the effective area, the manual
pan limit settings take over and pan operation can only
be performed in the effective area.
䢇 Operations that have priority over manual pan
limit
The following operations are available regardless of the
prohibited areas set in manual pan limit.
● Auto Pan
● Auto Trace
● Move Preset Position
● Flip
● Motion Detect (Tracking) Operation
䢇 Settings that have priority over manual pan limit
The following menu settings come together with pan
operation but they can be set regardless of the prohibited
areas even when manual pan limit has been configured.
● Private Mask Setting
● Auto Pan setting
● Area Display Mode (Title) setting
● Area Display Mode (Direction) setting
Memo :
● When setting Auto Trace and Preset Position and the
manual pan limit setting is AONB, panning is unavailable in
the prohibited area.
● However, as Auto Trace and Move Preset Position have
priority over manual pan limit, set Auto Trace and Preset
Position before setting manual pan limit. This will allow
both functions to operate in the prohibited area even when
manual pan limit is set.
The configured limit positions are stored and the camera
returns to the [CAMERA FUNCTION2] screen.
Memo :
● Tilt, zoom and focus operations are available when this
menu is displayed.
● When manual pan limit is already set and this menu is
activated, the camera will move to the configured left limit
position.
● [SET] is invalid during panning. Press the [SET] button
after panning has stopped.
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Detailed setting
Camera Title Setting
䡵 Setting
1 Check that the cursor (Z) is at [CAM.TITLE EDIT..] and
press the [SET] button
A maximum of 16 characters can be set for the title.
It is permanently displayed on the bottom left of the screen.
The display position can be set for RM-P2580.
(A Page 38 [POS.TITLE LOC.])
[MENU] button
[SET] button
● The [CAM.TITLE EDIT] screen is displayed.
● The first character from the character area flashes on
and off and is ready for input.
CAMERA TITLE / ALARM
CAM.TITLE EDIT..
AREA DISPLAY
OFF
ALM. TITLE SIZE
DOUBLE
ALM. TITLE COLOUR
WHITE
ALARM TITLE EDIT..
ALARM INPUT..
ALARM OUTPUT..
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
Numeric keypad
[CAMERA] button
MENU
[CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] screen
Space
[PAN/TILT] Lever
Character area
CAMERA TITLE EDIT
Blinking
[ENTER] button
[TELE] button
<MENU> RETURN <SET> CHAR .SET
[WIDE] button
Title input area
[CAM.TITLE EDIT] screen
䡵 Preparation
1 Select a camera (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
● [CAMERA] button B Numeric keypad (camera number)
B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A
Page 34)
● The [MENU] screen is displayed.
3 Select the [CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] screen
● Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] item and
press the [SET] button.
● The [CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] screen is displayed.
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
CAMERA FUNCTION1..
CAMERA FUNCTION2..
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM..
CAMERA ALC..
CAMERA VIDEO..
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE..
POS.FUNCTION SET..
FACTORY SETTINGS..
<MENU> EXIT
<SET> SUB
[MENU] screen
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MENU
2 Shift the [PAN/TILT] lever up/down/left/right and
select the first character from the character area
● The selected character is displayed flashing on and off.
3 Press the [SET] button
● The first character of the title is confirmed and the
second character is ready for input.
Memo :
● Press the [WIDE] button to move the cursor position of the
title input area to the left. Press the [TELE] button to move
it to the right. This is used to modify the configured title.
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3
● Enter the entire camera title.
5 Press the [MENU] button
● The new camera title is saved and the top menu screen
is displayed.
● To set multiple camera titles, repeat steps from
Preparation to Setting.
Area Display Mode Setting
(Title)
This function divides the 360⬚ panning (horizontal rotation) area into
16 areas and displays the area title on the screen when the camera
is rotated manually.
A maximum of 16 characters can be set for each area.
Display On/Off (A Page 42 [AREA DISPLAY])
䡵 Setting
1 Move the cursor (Z) to [AREA DISPLAY], shift the
[PAN/TILT] lever to the left and right to select ATITLEB,
and press the [SET] button
● The [AREA TITLE EDET AREA1] screen is displayed.
(The home position corresponds to area No. 1)
● The first character from the character area flashes on
and off and is ready for input.
CAMERA TITLE / ALARM
CAM.TITLE EDIT..
AREA DISPLAY..
TITLE
ALM. TITLE SIZE
DOUBLE
ALM. TITLE COLOUR
WHITE
ALARM TITLE EDIT..
ALARM INPUT..
ALARM OUTPUT..
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
MENU
[CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] screen
Area 2
Area 1
Area
16
Space
Area
15
Character area
AREA TITLE EDIT AREA1
Home
position
Blinking
[MENU] button
[SET] button
<FOCUS KEY> AREA No SELECT
<MENU> RETURN <SET> CHAR .SET
Numeric keypad
Title input area
[AREA TITLE EDET AREA1] screen
[CAMERA] button
[PAN/TILT] Lever
2 Shift the [PAN/TILT] lever up/down/left/right and
select the first character from the character area
● The selected character is displayed flashing on and off.
[ENTER] button
[WIDE], [TELE] button
䡵 Preparation
1 Select a camera (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
● [CAMERA] button B Numeric keypad (camera number)
B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A
Page 34)
● The [MENU] screen is displayed.
3 Select the [CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] screen
● Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] item and
press the [SET] button.
● The [CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] screen is displayed.
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
CAMERA FUNCTION1..
CAMERA FUNCTION2..
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM..
CAMERA ALC..
CAMERA VIDEO..
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE..
POS.FUNCTION SET..
FACTORY SETTINGS..
<MENU> EXIT
3 Press the [SET] button
● The first character of the title is confirmed and the
second character is ready for input.
[NEAR], [FAR] button
<SET> SUB
Memo :
● Press the [WIDE] button to move the cursor position of the
title input area to the left. Press the [TELE] button to move
it to the right. This is used to modify the configured title.
4 Press the [FAR] button
● The camera moves to the next area and the [AREA
TITLE EDET AREA2] screen appears.
● Press the [NEAR] button to return to the previous area.
The [AREA TITLE EDET AREA1] screen appears.
5 Repeat steps 2 to 4
● Enter the entire area title.
6 Press the [MENU] button
● The new area title is saved and the top menu screen is
displayed.
MENU
[MENU] screen
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Detailed setting
Area Display Mode Setting
(Direction)
When the basic axis direction N (north) is set, this function
divides the 360⬚ panning (horizontal rotation) area into 8
areas and displays N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, NW respectively
for each area when the camera is panned (rotated
horizontally) manually.
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
CAMERA FUNCTION1..
CAMERA FUNCTION2..
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM..
CAMERA ALC..
CAMERA VIDEO..
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE..
POS.FUNCTION SET..
FACTORY SETTINGS..
<MENU> EXIT
<SET> SUB
MENU
[MENU] screen
䡵 Setting
1 Move the cursor (Z) to [AREA DISPLAY], shift the
[PAN/TILT] lever to the left and right to select ADIRB,
and press the [SET] button
SW
SE
East
West
E
● The [DIRECTION STANDART AXIS] screen is
displayed.
W
NE
N
CAMERA TITLE / ALARM
NW
CAM.TITLE EDIT..
AREA DISPLAY..
ALM. TITLE SIZE
ALM. TITLE COLOUR
ALARM TITLE EDIT..
ALARM INPUT..
ALARM OUTPUT..
[MENU] button
[SET] button
DIR
DOUBLE
WHITE
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
MENU
[CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] screen
Numeric keypad
DIRECTION STANDARD AXIS
[CAMERA] button
[PAN/TILT] Lever
SET UP STANDARD AXIS(N)
<MENU>RETURN
[ENTER] button
[DIRECTION STANDART AXIS] screen
2 Shift the [PAN/TILT] lever to the left and right
䡵 Preparation
1 Select a camera (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
● [CAMERA] button B Numeric keypad (camera number)
B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A
Page 34)
● The [MENU] screen is displayed.
3 Select the [CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] screen
● Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] item and
press the [SET] button.
● The [CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] screen is displayed.
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and set the basic axis direction (N)
3 Press the [MENU] button
● The directional axis start position is set and the
direction is displayed on the top left of the screen.
● The direction is displayed respectively as N (north), NE
(northeast), E (east), SE (southeast), S (south), SW
(southwest), W (west) and NW (northwest).
Memo :
● Tilt, zoom and focus operations are available when this
menu is displayed.
● When the directional axis start position is already set and
this menu is activated, the camera will move to the
configured directional axis start position.
Remote Control Alarm Title
Setting
This item sets the title to be displayed during alarm input.
Up to 10 titles (remote control alarm title No. 1 to No. 10) and
12 characters for each title can be set.
䡵 Setting
1 Move cursor (Z) to [ALARM TITLE EDIT..] and press
the [SET] button
● The [ALARM TITLE EDIT No.1] screen is displayed.
● The first character from the character area flashes on
and off and is ready for input.
CAMERA TITLE / ALARM
CAM.TITLE EDIT..
AREA DISPLAY
ALM. TITLE SIZE
ALM. TITLE COLOUR
ALARM TITLE EDIT..
ALARM INPUT..
ALARM OUTPUT..
Memo :
● The following setting in RM-P2580 is required to display
the alarm title set in this item.
● Set the [ALARM TEXT] of [TERMINAL] in the [DATA I/
O] screen to [EDIT1 to EDIT10].
● Refer to the RM-P2580 Instruction Manual together with
this manual.
[MENU] button
[SET] button
OFF
DOUBLE
WHITE
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
MENU
[CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] screen
Space
Character area
ALARM TITLE EDIT No.1
Blinking
Numeric keypad
[CAMERA] button
[PAN/TILT] Lever
<FOCUS KEY> ALARM No SELECT
<MENU> RETURN <SET> CHAR .SET
Title input area
[ALARM TITLE EDIT No.1] screen
[ENTER] button
[WIDE], [TELE] button
[NEAR], [FAR] button
2 Shift the [PAN/TILT] lever up/down/left/right and
select the first character from the character area
● The selected character is displayed flashing on and off.
䡵 Preparation
1 Select a camera (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
● [CAMERA] button B Numeric keypad (camera number)
B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A
Page 34)
● The [MENU] screen is displayed.
3 Select the [CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] screen
● Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] item and
press the [SET] button.
● The [CAMERA TITLE/ALARM] screen is displayed.
3 Press the [SET] button
● The first character of the title is confirmed and the
second character is ready for input.
Memo :
● Press the [WIDE] button to move the cursor position of the
title input area to the left. Press the [TELE] button to move
it to the right. This is used to modify the configured title.
4 Press the [FAR] button
● The next alarm input [ALARM TITLE EDIT No.2]
screen appears.
● Press the [NEAR] button to return to the previous alarm
input screen.
5 Repeat steps 2 to 4
● Enter the titles for all the alarm input screens ([ALARM
TITLE EDIT No.1 to No.10]).
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
CAMERA FUNCTION1..
CAMERA FUNCTION2..
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM..
CAMERA ALC..
CAMERA VIDEO..
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE..
POS.FUNCTION SET..
FACTORY SETTINGS..
<MENU> EXIT
<SET> SUB
6 Press the [MENU] button
● The new remote control alarm title is saved and the top
menu screen is displayed.
MENU
[MENU] screen
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Detailed setting
Auto Pan setting
[MENU] button
[SET] button
This item sets the auto pan operation. Auto pan refers to the
following operations.
● Slow movement between two preset points (you can
set any two points that are connected horizontally,
vertically, or diagonally)
● Clockwise rotation in the horizontal direction from the
preset point
● Anti-clockwise rotation in the horizontal direction from
the preset point
Numeric keypad
[CAMERA] button
[PAN/TILT] Lever
[ENTER] button
[FOCUS (NEAR) (FAR)] button
[ZOOM(WIDE)(TELE)] button
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End
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Slowly
䡵 Preparation
1 Select a camera (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
● [CAMERA] button B Numeric keypad (camera number)
B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A
Page 34)
● The [MENU] screen is displayed.
3 Display the [AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE] screen
LE
F
T
HT
RIG
● Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE] item
and press the [SET] button.
● The [AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE] screen is displayed.
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
CAMERA FUNCTION1..
CAMERA FUNCTION2..
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM..
CAMERA ALC..
CAMERA VIDEO..
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE..
POS.FUNCTION SET..
FACTORY SETTINGS..
<MENU> EXIT
<SET> SUB MENU
[MENU] screen
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5 Press the [SET] button (only during ARETURNB)
䡵 Setting
1 Select [AUTO PAN SET..] and press the [SET] button
The start position switches to the end position.
● Check that the cursor is at [AUTO PAN SET..] and
press the [SET] button
● The [AUTO PAN SET] screen is displayed.
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE
AUTO PAN SET..
AUTO PATROL SET..
AUTO TRACE SET..
A. PAN/TRACE VIDEO..
RM. A. PAN KEY
A. PAN
RM. A. PATROL KEY
A. PATROL
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
AUTO
POSITION
SETSET
AUTOPAN
PAN
POSITION
[END] POS.SET
[END] POS.SET
<SET>INVALID
<SET>INVALID
DURING PAN MOVEMENT
DURING PAN MOVEMENT
<MENU>RETURN
<SET>L/R
<MENU>RETURN
<SET>L/R
[AUTO PAN POSITION SET] screen
(End position)
MENU
[AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE] screen
AUTO PAN SET
AUTO PAN MODE
RETURN
AUTO PAN SPEED
NORMAL
A PAN POS SET..
6 Set the end position (only during Shuttle)
● Set the return position with the [PAN/TILT] lever.
● A← [END]POS.SETB appears at the bottom right of the
setting screen.
● Vertical direction and lens operations such as focus
and zoom cannot be performed at the End Position
Setting screen.
7 Press the [MENU] button
<MENU>RETURN
[AUTO PAN SET] screen
2 Set [AUTO PAN MODE] and [AUTO PAN SPEED]
● Set Auto Pan operation in the [AUTO PAN MODE] item.
[Setting value: RETURN, RIGHT, LEFT]
● Set Auto Pan rotation speed in the [AUTO PAN
SPEED] item.
[Setting value: LOW, NORMAL, HIGH]
3 Move the cursor (Z) to the [A.PAN POS.SET..]
item and press the Set button (only during
Shuttle)
The Auto Pan Position Setting screen appears.
4 Align the field angle of the start position (only
● The new auto pan position is saved and the top menu
([AUTO PAN SET] screen) is displayed.
Memo :
● Focus operation cannot be performed at the end position.
● The correct setting data is not written if the [SET] or
[MENU] button is pressed when the camera is moving.
Always check that the camera has stopped before
pressing the buttons.
● The Manual Pan Limit mode is OFF temporarily when this
menu is displayed. After the menu is completed, you can
set Manual Pan Limit without affecting the movement.
● To operate Auto Pan in the camera, press the [AUTO
PAN] button of RM-P2580.
● For details, refer to the RM-P2580 Instruction Manual.
during Shuttle)
● Use the [PAN/TILT] lever and [FOCUS (NEAR) (FAR)],
[ZOOM(WIDE)(TELE)] buttons to align the screen.
● Lens operations such as focus cannot be performed at
the End Position Setting screen.
● A[START]POS.SET → B appears at the bottom left of
the setting screen.
AUTO PAN POSITION SET
[START] POS. SET
<SET>INVALID
DURING PAN MOVEMENT
<MENU>RETURN
<SET>L/R
[AUTO PAN POSITION SET] screen
(Start position)
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Detailed setting
Auto Patrol Setting
䡵 Preparation
1 Select a camera (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
● [CAMERA] button B Numeric keypad (camera number)
B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
This item sets the Auto Patrol function where the camera
moves to multiple positions in order.
Three modes (mode 1 to 3) and up to 100 patrols (1 to 32)
can be set for each mode. (It is convenient if you set the
mode in day or time slots. For example, mode 1 is night,
mode 2 is day and so on.)
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A Page 34)
3 Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE]
item and press the [SET] button
The [AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE] screen is displayed.
Memo :
● Register the positions before setting. For details on
registering positions, refer to the RM-P2580 Instruction
Manual.
Po
n
sitio
High
speed
1
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
High speed
High speed
Posit
ion
4
Positio
n
2
High
speed
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE
AUTO PAN SET..
AUTO PATROL SET..
AUTO TRACE SET..
A. PAN/TRACE VIDEO..
RM. A. PAN KEY
A. PAN
RM. A. PATROL KEY
A. PATROL
MENU
[AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE] screen
4 Move the cursor (Z) to the [AUTO PATROL SET..]
n
Positio
3
item and press the [SET] button
The [AUTO PATROL SET MODE1] screen is displayed.
[MENU] button
[SET] button
AUTO PATROL SET MODE1
[CAMERA] button
[PAN/TILT] Lever
[ENTER] button
[TELE] button
[FAR] button
[NEAR] button
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[WIDE] button
PATROL1
PATROL2
PATROL3
PATROL4
PATROL5
PATROL6
PATROL7
PATROL8
HOME
POS 1
POS 2
POS 3
POS 4
POS 5
POS 6
POS 7
10s
10s
10s
10s
10s
10s
10s
10s
<FOCUS> MODE <ZOOM> PAGE
<MENU>RETURN
[AUTO PATROL SET MODE1] screen
(Patrol 1 to 8 display example)
䡵 Setting
1 Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever and move the
cursor (Z) to a patrol number you wish to set
● To display the next setting page (Patrol 9 to 16), press
the [TELE] button.
● To display the previous page, press the [WIDE] button.
To operate Auto Patrol:
● To operate Auto Patrol in the camera, press the [AUTO
PATROL] button of RM-P2580.
● To change the Auto Patrol mode after setting, display
the Auto Patrol Mode screen and use the [FAR] and
[NEAR] buttons.
AUTO PATROL SET MODE1
PATROL9
POS 8
10s
PATROL10 POS 9
10s
PATROL11 POS 10
10s
PATROL12 POS 11
10s
PATROL13 POS 12
10s
PATROL14 POS 13
10s
PATROL15 POS 14
10s
PATROL16 POS 15
10s
<FOCUS> MODE <ZOOM> PAGE
<MENU>RETURN
[AUTO PATROL SET MODE1] screen
(Patrol 9 to 16 display example)
2 Set the position
[POSITION] button B Numeric keypad (position
number) B [ENTER] button
● Patrol 1 is set as Home and Patrol 2 to 100 are
set as Positions 1 to 99 respectively for the
default values.
3 Set the time
● Shift the [PAN/TILT] lever to the left and right and set
the time. (seconds, minutes)
[Setting value: SKIP, 10s, 20s, 30s, 45s, 1min, 2min]
Memo :
● If Skip is selected, Auto Patrol will be skipped and not be
selected.
● Default settings are all set to A10sB.
4 Repeat steps 1 to 3
● Set the positions and time for all patrol numbers.
5 Change the mode
● Use the [FAR] and [NEAR] button to change the mode.
● After the mode is changed, repeat steps 1 to 4.
6 Press the [MENU] button
● This returns to the top menu.
● The new auto pan position is saved and the top menu
screen is displayed.
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Detailed setting
䡵 Preparation
Auto Trace Setting
1 Select a camera (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
● [CAMERA] button B Numeric keypad (camera number)
B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
This item sets the Auto Trace function (approx. 30 seconds)
that reproduces manual camera settings.
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A
Page 34)
● The [MENU] screen is displayed.
3 Display the [AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE] screen
[MENU] button
[SET] button
Numeric keypad
● Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE] item
and press the [SET] button.
● The [AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE] screen is displayed.
[CAMERA] button
[PAN/TILT] Lever
[ENTER] button
[FOCUS (NEAR) (FAR)] button
[ZOOM(WIDE)
(TELE)] button
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
CAMERA FUNCTION1..
CAMERA FUNCTION2..
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM..
CAMERA ALC..
CAMERA VIDEO..
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE..
POS.FUNCTION SET..
FACTORY SETTINGS..
<MENU> EXIT
<SET> SUB MENU
[MENU] screen
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE
AUTO PAN SET..
AUTO PATROL SET..
AUTO TRACE SET..
A. PAN/TRACE VIDEO..
RM. A. PAN KEY
A. PAN
RM. A. PATROL KEY
A. PATROL
<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB
MENU
[AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE] screen
4 Move the cursor (Z) to the [AUTO TRACE..] item
and press the [SET] button
● The Auto Trace Setting screen appears.
AUTO TRACE SET
SET START POSITION
<MENU>RETURN
<SET> LEARN
[AUTO TRACE SET] screen
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䡵 Setting
1 Set start position
● Use the [PAN/TILT] lever and [FOCUS (NEAR) (FAR)],
[ZOOM(WIDE)(TELE)] buttons to set the start
position of the Auto Trace function.
2 Press the [SET] button (Start recording)
● The camera enters the Auto Trace recording state. Use
the [PAN/TILT] lever and [FOCUS (NEAR) (FAR)],
[ZOOM(WIDE)(TELE)] buttons to operate the
camera.
● The Auto Trace function stores recording for maximum
30 seconds. During recording, ALEARNING
REMAINDER T:**sB is displayed on the screen. After
30 seconds, the recording ends automatically.
● To end recording within 30 seconds, follow step 3.
● The recording time may be shortened depending on
the operation. (Minimum 10 seconds)
To operate Auto Trace:
● To perform Auto Trace on the camera, [RM.A.PAN KEY]
(A Page 49) item of the [AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE]
screen must be set to AA.TRACEB.
● After setting, press the button where Auto Trace function
was set. The button lamp will blink and Auto Trace will
start. After Auto Trace is completed, the camera will
return to the start position and then repeat the operation
after stopping for 30 seconds.
● To end the operation, press the button where Auto Trace
function was set. The button lamp will be turned off.
AUTO TRACE SET
LEARNING REMAINDER T : * * S
<MENU>RETURN <SET> END
[AUTO TRACE SET] screen
3 Press the [SET] button (End recording)
● ADATA SAVEDB appears on the screen.
4 Press the [MENU] button
This returns to the [AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE] screen.
Memo :
● Automatic operation cannot be stored when this menu is
displayed.
● Manual Pan Limit is valid when this menu is displayed.
● After the menu is completed, you can set new Manual Pan
Limit without affecting the Auto Trace movement.
● As Auto Trace performs simple recording of manual
operation, the position may be shifted during playback.
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Detailed setting
Position Title Setting
䡵 Preparation
1 Select a camera (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
● [CAMERA] button B Numeric keypad (camera number)
B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
This item sets the title to be displayed when selecting
positions.
Up to 16 characters can be set for each position.
Memo :
● Register the positions before setting. For details on
registering positions, refer to the RM-P2580 Instruction
Manual.
[MENU] button
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A Page 34)
3 Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [POS.FUNCTION SET..] item
and press the [SET] button
The [POS.FUNCTION SET HOME] screen is displayed.
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
CAMERA FUNCTION1..
CAMERA FUNCTION2..
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM..
CAMERA ALC..
CAMERA VIDEO..
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE..
POS. FUNCTION SET..
FACTORY SETTINGS..
<MENU> EXIT
<SET> SUB MENU
[POSITION] button
[SET] button
[CAMERA]
button
[MENU] screen
[PAN/TILT] Lever
[+] button
[ENTER] button
[ZOOM(WIDE)(TELE)] button
[FOCUS (NEAR) (FAR)] button
POS.FUNCTION SET HOME
POSITION TITLE..
IRIS MODE
AUTO
ExDR MODE
OFF
ExDR LEVEL
--BLC MODE
OFF
W. BALANCE
ATW-W
R GAIN
--B GAIN
--<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB MENU
[POS.FUNCTION SET HOME]
screen
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䡵 Setting
1 Check that the cursor (Z) is at the [POSITION TITLE..]
item and press the [SET] button
● The Edit Position Title screen appears.
● The first character from the character area flashes on
and off and is ready for input.
2 Select a position (A RM-P2580 Instruction
Manual) [POSITION] button B Numeric keypad
(position number) B [ENTER] button
● Images of the selected position are output.
● The next position can also be selected from the [+]
button.
Space
Character area
POS.TITLE EDIT HOME
Blinking
<MENU> RETURN <SET> CHAR .SET
Title input area
[POSITION TITLE EDIT] screen
3 Shift the [PAN/TILT] lever up and down and
select the first character from the character area
● The selected character blinks.
4 Press the [SET] button
● The first character of the title is confirmed and the
second character is ready for input.
Memo :
● Press the [WIDE] button to move the cursor position of the
title input area to the left. Press the [TELE] button to move
it to the right. This is used to modify the configured title.
5 Repeat steps 2 to 4
● When the next position is selected, the position title is
registered.
● Enter the titles for the all the positions.
6 Press the [MENU] button
● The new position title is saved and the camera returns
to the top menu screen.
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Detailed setting
Auto White Balance Setting
䡵 Preparation
1 Select a camera (A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
● [CAMERA] button B Numeric keypad (camera number)
B [ENTER] button
● Images from the selected camera are output.
Each light source has its own color temperature. Therefore,
when the main light source lighting an object is changed, set
the [W.BALANCE] item to AAWCB and adjust the white
balance again.
[POSITION] button
[MENU] button
2 Display the [MENU] screen (A
3 Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever, move the
cursor (Z) to the [POS.FUNCTION SET..] item
and press the [SET] button
The [POS.FUNCTION SET HOME] screen is displayed.
[SET] button
[CAMERA]
button
[PAN/TILT] Lever
[+] button
[ENTER] button
[ZOOM(WIDE)(TELE)] button
[FOCUS (NEAR) (FAR)] button
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
CAMERA FUNCTION1..
CAMERA FUNCTION2..
CAMERA TITLE/ALARM..
CAMERA ALC..
CAMERA VIDEO..
AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE..
POS. FUNCTION SET..
FACTORY SETTINGS..
<MENU> EXIT
<SET> SUB MENU
[MENU] screen
POS.FUNCTION SET HOME
POSITION TITLE..
IRIS MODE
AUTO
ExDR MODE
OFF
ExDR LEVEL
--BLC MODE
OFF
W. BALANCE
ATW-W
R GAIN
--B GAIN
--<MENU> RETURN <SET> SUB MENU
[POS.FUNCTION SET HOME]
screen
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䡵 Setting
1 Place a white object at the center of the screen, under
the same lighting condition as the object to be shot
and zoom in to fill the screen with white.
2 Set [W.BALANCE] to AAWCB
● Shift up and down the [PAN/TILT] lever and move the
cursor (Z) to the [W.BALANCE] item.
● Shift the [PAN/TILT] lever (left/right) to set to AAWCB.
● A<SET>AWC EXECB appears on the screen.
POS.FUNCTION SET HOME
POSITION TITLE..
IRIS MODE
AUTO
ExDR MODE
OFF
ExDR LEVEL
--BLC MODE
OFF
W. BALANCE
AWC
R GAIN
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B GAIN
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<MENU> RETURN <SET> AWC EXEC
[POS.FUNCTION SET HOME]
screen
3 Press the [SET] button (Start adjustment)
● AAWC OPERATIONB appears at the bottom left of the
screen when the Auto White Balance Adjustment
function is operating.
● When the appropriate white balance is acquired, AAWC
OKB is displayed.
䡵 Error Display
When auto white balance adjustment is not successful, the
following messages will be displayed.
Message
Cause
AWC ERROR:NG
Displayed when there is little white
color in the object or when color
temperature is not appropriate.
Shoot a white object to fill the
screen thoroughly and adjust the
white balance again.
AWC ERROR:LOW
LIGHT
Displayed when illumination is too
dark. Brighten the illumination and
perform procedures again to
achieve white balance.
AWC ERROR:HIGH
LIGHT
Displayed when illumination is too
bright. Reduce the illumination
and perform procedures again to
achieve white balance.
Memo :
● [W.BALANCE] will be displayed as A- - -B and settings is
unavailable during B&W mode.
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Others
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Video image does not
appear
Power does not turn on.
Cause
● Are the camera and ceiling mount brackets mounted
securely? (TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
● Are the power cables and coaxial cables connected
correctly?
● Is the power cable thick enough?
● Is the lens cap still attached to the camera?
● Is the power turned on under an environment of -40 to
-20I? (TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
Power is turned off but it is
disconnected once the
rotation platform operates.
● The remote control does
not work.
● The camera does not
operate smoothly in
response to the remote
control.
● The Pan/Tilt lever can be
operated but the menu
screen cannot be
displayed.
● Is there a problem with the cable between this unit
and the power unit?
(If the cable is too long or thin, the resistance of the
cable is large and the voltage will drop when the
rotation platform is operating.)
● Is the transporting tape removed?
● Are the settings for Setting Switch 4, 5, 8 correct?
● Is the camera under key lock (prevent misoperation)?
● Is the connection of the control signal cable correct?
Action
● Mount the camera and ceiling
mount brackets securely.
● Connect the cables correctly.
● Use a cable of the correct
thickness.
A Page 25
(TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
A Page 33
(TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
● Remove the lens cap.
A Page 17
(TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
A Page 26
(TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
● Maintain this status for about 2
hours until the internal heater has
warmed up.
● Change the power cable to one
with a low resistance
(thick and short cable).
● Remove the transporting tape.
● Set the switches correctly.
A Page 19
(TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
A Page 30
(TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
● Cancel key lock.
(A RM-P2580 Instruction Manual)
● Connect the cables correctly.
A Page 24
(TK-C685E/TK-C686E)
A Page 32
(TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE)
● AFAN STOP T TB
appears on the screen.
(T T are numeric
characters)
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● The built-in cooling fan or heater fan
(TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE only) is malfunctioning.
● Take down the characters
displayed on AFAN STOP T TB, and
consult your nearby JVC dealer.
Turn off the power of this unit.
䡵 Lens
Zoom ratio
TK-C685E
: Approx. 27 times
TK-C686E
: Approx. 36 times
Focal length
TK-C685E
: 3.43 mm to 92.6 mm
TK-C686E
: 3.43 mm to 122 mm
Maximum aperture ratio:
TK-C685E
: F1.6 (WIDE) to F3.5 (TELE)
TK-C686E
: F1.6 (WIDE) to F4.5 (TELE)
Maximum aperture : F1.6 (Opened fully) to Equivalent to
F360
Maximum close-range: Approx. 1.8 m (TELE)
Approx. 0.6 m (WIDE)
䡵 Overall
Power requirements : AC24 V 50 Hz/60 Hz, 1.3 A
Number of preset positions
: Up to 100
Suitable control unit
: RM-P2580
Surrounding temperature
: –10 I to 50 I (operation)
–0 I to 40 I (recommended)
Humidity
: 20 % RH to 90 % RH (condensation is
not allowed)
Mass
: 1.9 kg (including camera, dome cover,
ceiling mount bracket)
Accessories
: Instructions .................................... 2
Ceiling Mount................................. 1
Dome Cover .................................. 1
Template ........................................ 1
Alarm Cable................................... 1
Wire Clamp.................................... 1
䡵 Dimension [Unit: mm (inch)]
R160 (6 19/64)
.5
72 /64)
SR 5 5
(2
Image pickup device : 1/4 type, Interline Transfer CCD
Effect pixels
: 752 (H) x 582 (V)
Synchronization system
: Internal synchronization/Linelock
Video output
: VBS 1 V(p-p) 75 K
Scanning frequency : Horizontal 15.625 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
S/N
: 50 dB (TYP) (AGC mode: OFF,
Enhance level: –5)
48 dB (Minimum) (AGC mode: OFF,
Enhance level: –5)
Horizontal Resolution : 540 lines (TYP, WIDE edge)
520 lines (Minimum, WIDE edge)
Minimum brightness of object:
Color
: 1.0 lx (50 % output, AGC SUPER,
WIDE edge)
0.5 lx (25 % output, AGC SUPER,
WIDE edge, theoretical value)
Black-and-white (theoretical value)
: 0.08 lx (50 % output, AGC SUPER,
WIDE edge)
0.04 lx (25 % output, AGC MID, WIDE
edge)
White balance
: Select from ATW-W/ATW-N/AWC
Electronic Shutter : 1/50 seconds (Normal) 1/120 seconds
(50 Hz Flickerless), 1/250, 1/500, 1/
1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10000
Backlight Compensation
: YES, 4 photometry areas can be
selected
Color level adjustment
: YES
Contour adjustment : Effective for both horizontal and
vertical (adjustable level)
201 (7 59/64)
䡵 CAMERA HEAD
Horizontal rotation range
: 360⬚ endless rotation
Horizontal rotation speed
: Approximately 0.04⬚/s to approximately
500⬚/s
Vertical rotation range : -5⬚ to 185⬚ (Horizontal to lower to Horizontal)
Vertical rotation speed : Approximately 0.04⬚/s to
approximately 500⬚/s
199 (7 53/64)
TK-C685E/TK-C686E
䡵 Rotation platform
90.5 (3 9/16)
Specifications
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Others
Specifications (continued)
TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE
䡵 CAMERA HEAD
Image pickup device : 1/4 type, Interline Transfer CCD
Effect pixels
: 752 (H) x 582 (V)
Synchronization system
TK-C685E/TK-C686E (continued)
: Internal synchronization/Linelock
䡵 Ceiling mounting hole [Unit: mm (inch)]
Video output
: VBS 1 V(p-p) 75 K
Scanning frequency : Horizontal 15.625 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
FRONT mark
Front of camera
R160 (6 19/64)
Camera outer
diameter
S/N
R140 (5 33/64)
Screw
mounting hole
Horizontal Resolution : 540 lines (TYP, WIDE edge)
520 lines (Minimum, WIDE edge)
12
0⬚
12
0⬚
: 50 dB (TYP) (AGC mode: OFF,
Enhance level: –5)
48 dB (Minimum) (AGC mode: OFF,
Enhance level: –5)
Minimum brightness of object:
Color
Mou
R80 nting h
(3 5/3 ole
2)
: 1.0 lx (50 % output, AGC SUPER,
WIDE edge)
0.5 lx (25 % output, AGC SUPER,
WIDE edge, theoretical value)
Black-and-white (theoretical value)
: 0.08 lx (50 % output, AGC SUPER,
WIDE edge)
0.04 lx (25 % output, AGC MID, WIDE
edge)
White balance
Screw mounting hole
23 (29/32)
Position where cables are to be
pulled out from the side
22.5
(57/64)
: Select from ATW-W/ATW-N/AWC
Electronic Shutter : 1/50 seconds (Normal) 1/120 seconds
(50 Hz Flickerless), 1/250, 1/500, 1/
1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10000
Backlight Compensation
: YES, 4 photometry areas can be
selected
Color level adjustment
: YES
T Specifications and appearance of this unit are subject to
change for further improvement without prior notice.
Contour adjustment : Effective for both horizontal and
vertical (adjustable level)
䡵 Lens
Zoom ratio
TK-C685WPE
: Approx. 27 times
TK-C686WPE
: Approx. 36 times
Focal length
TK-C685WPE
: 3.43 mm to 92.6 mm
TK-C686WPE
: 3.43 mm to 122 mm
Maximum aperture ratio
TK-C685WPE
: F1.6 (WIDE) to F3.5 (TELE)
TK-C686WPE
: F1.6 (WIDE) to F4.5 (TELE)
Maximum aperture : F1.6 (Opened fully) to Equivalent to
F360
Maximum close-range: Approx. 1.8 m (TELE)
Approx. 0.6 m (WIDE)
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䡵 Overall
20(51/64)
Power requirements : AC24 V 50 Hz/60 Hz 2.7 A
Number of preset positions
: Up to 100
Suitable control unit : RM-P2580
Surrounding temperature
: -40 I to 50 I (operation) (power is
supplied constantly)T1
-30 I to 40 I (recommended)
Humidity
: 20 % RH to 90 % RH (condensation is
not allowed)
Mass
: 5.5 kg
213(8 25/64)
45 9/64)
4
(1
176(6 59/64)
63
(2 31/64)
12(15/32)
152(5 63/64)
126(4 31/32)
30(1 3/16)
䡵 Wall mounting hole [Unit: mm (inch)]
Horizontal rotation range
: 360⬚ endless rotation
Horizontal rotation speed
: Approximately 0.04⬚/s to
approximately 500⬚/s
Vertical rotation range
: -5⬚ to 185⬚ (Horizontal to lower to
Horizontal)
Vertical rotation speed
: Approximately 0.04⬚/s to
approximately 500⬚/s
60
(2 23/64)
䡵 Rotation platform
Accessories
: Instructions .................................... 2
T1
When using in a low temperature (–40 I to –20 I)
environment, images may not be available for less than
2 hours until the built-in heater has warmed up. It is
recommended to always turn on the electricity for the
unit under a low temperature environment.
䡵 Dimension [Unit: mm (inch)]
176 (6 59/64)
213 (8 25/64)
152 (5 63/64)
126 (4 31/32)
20 (51/64)
385 (15 5/32)
1440 (56 45/64)
About
SR75 (2 61/64)
350 (13 25/32)
260 ( 10 15/64)
T Specifications and appearance of this unit are subject to change for further improvement without prior notice.
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TK-C685E/TK-C686E PTZ DOME CAMERA
TK-C685WPE/TK-C686WPE OUTDOOR PTZ DOME CAMERA
LST0737-001B
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