P722MWEX
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
22X MINITRAX III
DOME CAMERA
Please read this manual thoroughly before use and keep it handy for future reference.
CAUTION
EXPLANATION OF GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”
within the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral is
intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
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FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
FCC INFORMATION: This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference in which case the user will be required to
correct the interference at his own expense.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority
to operate the equipment.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
CE COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
WARNING
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product
may cause radio interference in which case the user may be
required to take adequate measures.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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6.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
7. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
8. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type
plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A
grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The
wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
9. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at
plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the apparatus.
10. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
11. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury
from tip-over.
12. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
13. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required
when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
14. CAUTION – THESE SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR USE
BY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY. TO REDUCE THE
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT PERFORM ANY SERVICING
OTHER THAN THAT CONTAINED IN THE OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS UNLESS YOU QRE QUALIFIED TO DO SO.
15. Use Certified/Listed Class 2 power source only.
IV
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 — Introduction........................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Features .............................................................................................................................................1
Chapter 2 — Installation and Configuration ......................................................................... 2
2.1 Package Contents............................................................................................................................2
2.2 Installation .........................................................................................................................................3
2.3 Basic Configuration of Dome Camera System ........................................................................4
2.4 Setting Dome Camera Termination .............................................................................................5
2.5 Setting Dome Camera Address (ID) ............................................................................................5
2.6 Setting Dome Camera Protocol and Video .............................................................................12
2.7 Connections ....................................................................................................................................12
2.8 Getting Started ...............................................................................................................................13
Chapter 3 — Program and Operation ................................................................................... 14
3.1 Dome Camera Selection ..............................................................................................................14
3.2 Accessing the On-Screen Menu Utility ....................................................................................14
3.3 How to control the On-Screen Menu Utility ............................................................................15
3.4 Auto Scan (Shortcut: SCAN) ......................................................................................................15
3.5 Preset (Shortcut: PRST) ..............................................................................................................17
3.6 Shortcut of Preset Program ........................................................................................................19
3.7 Tour (Shortcut: TOUR) .................................................................................................................19
3.8 Pattern (Shortcut: PTRN) ............................................................................................................21
3.9 Alarm .................................................................................................................................................22
3.10 Area Title ........................................................................................................................................22
3.11 Privacy Zone .................................................................................................................................23
3.12 Camera Menu................................................................................................................................24
3.13 Dome Setup ..................................................................................................................................27
3.14 Function Run ................................................................................................................................33
3.15 Factory Setup ...............................................................................................................................34
Appendix A — Specifications ................................................................................................. 35
Appendix B — Troubleshooting............................................................................................. 37
Appendix C — Glossary ........................................................................................................... 37
Appendix D — Short Cut Key ................................................................................................. 40
Appendix E — Wall Mount ....................................................................................................... 41
Appendix F — Ceiling Mount .................................................................................................. 42
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Chapter 1 — Introduction
1.1 Features
The dome camera and the keyboard controller make up the building blocks for any
surveillance/security system. Using multiple keyboard controllers and multiple dome cameras, no
place is too large for monitoring. Extensible and flexible architecture facilitates remote control
functions for a variety of external switching devices such as multiplexers and DVRs.
• Built-in optical power zoom camera with True Night Shot function
• 240 Preset positions with the individual Camera AE setup
• 8 Tours consist of Presets, Patterns, Auto Scans and other Tours can be programmed with
over 300 functions and preset locations. While moving, each Preset scan can be watched in
smooth Vector Scan mode.
• 16 Auto Scans with the normal, the vector, and the random mode and the endless Auto-Pan
with 13 speed steps
• 8 Patterns (up to 200 second) and 8 Privacy Zones
• 16 Area Titles
• 4 Alarm inputs / 1 Alarm output (5VTTL)
• Variable speed from 0.1°/sec to 380°/sec
Three Variable speed (SLOW, NORMAL, TURBO)
Turbo speed is 380°/sec with Ctrl key pressed.
• Pan/Tilt speed is inversely proportional to the zoom ratio with the option.
• Maximum speed is 380°/sec when Preset command.
• Auto Calibration from 0.1° to 6° (Tilt range is 0° to 180°)
• Programmable user preferences (alarm, preset, title, etc.)
• 180° Digital Flip
• Up to 255 selectable camera addresses
• Multi-language Menu Display, Password Confirmation
• Function Run menu using DVR without function key (Pattern, Scan, …)
• Built-in RS-485 receiver driver
• 24VAC or 12VDC for Dome
• 24VAC for Heater & Fan
• Use Certified/Listed Class 2 power source only.
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Chapter 2 — Installation and Configuration
2.1 Package Contents
The dome camera is designed with a compact, small size, hard dome camera housing.
The housing is constructed of aluminum, steel and plastic. The housing is designed to be
mounted on a wall or a ceiling. The housing meets the Protection Classification IP66 standards
for dust and moisture resistance.
* Dome Camera
* Instruction Manual (This Document)
* Accessory Kit & Connector
1) Torx wrench
2) 3-Pin Terminal Block
3) 2-Pin Terminal Block
4) 5-Pin Terminal Block
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2.2 Installation
You need one optional mount kit of the wall mount and the ceiling mount to install.
The wall or ceiling mount must be attached to a structural object such as hard wood, concrete
that will support the weight of the mount and dome camera.
The use of a solid backboard is recommended when attaching to gypsum walls.
1. Remove the Protection pad and the tape from attached the dome camera.
2. Attach the mounting base to wall using the supplied M8 tapping screw and plastic
bushing. (Ceiling using the supplied M6 tapping screw and bushing)
3. Wind the both thread of the pipe end with Teflon tape about 20 times for sealing.
Then use a silicone rubber sealant to seal the area where the wall (ceiling) mount and
the pipe meet.
4. Place a bead of silicone sealant around the wall and ceiling mount mounting flange,
press it to the surface and line up the flange hole with drilled holes.
5. Refer to the Appendix E and F.
CAUTION 1: A silicone rubber sealant must be applied to seal the housing to secure
waterproofing.
CAUTION 2: When installing, a bracket must be applied.
CAUTION 3: Please reset the camera after 30 ~ 60 minutes when installing it in situations
colder than -10°C.
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2.3 Basic Configuration of Dome Camera System
Figure 1 – Basic Installation Diagram
The dome camera must be installed by qualified service personnel in accordance with all local
and federal electrical and building codes.
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Figure 2 – Layout of DIP Switches
NOTE: Open the switch cover (position “a”) and change the setting of DIP switches.
The cover should be closed after setting DIP switches.
2.4 Setting Dome Camera Termination
The device which is connected at end of line, whether it is a dome camera or keyboard controller,
must have the cable for communication terminated by setting the appropriate DIP switch.
Without proper termination, there is potential for control signal errors. Total length of the cable for
communication should not exceed 4000ft (1.2km).
S3
S3
D1
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ON
Not terminated
OFF
Figure 3 – Setting Dome Camera Termination
2.5 Setting Dome Camera Address (ID)
To prevent damage, each dome camera must have a unique address (ID).
When installing multiple dome cameras using a multiplexer, it is suggested that the dome camera
address match the multiplexer port number.
The factory default setting is 1.
Refer to Figure 4.1 ~ 4.6 for setting the dome camera address (ID).
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Example: Port 1 = Dome 1, Port 2 = Dome 2 … Port 16 = Dome 16. If more than 16 dome
cameras are installed using two or more multiplexers, ID of the dome camera should be ID of
MUX x No. of camera IN. (e.g. multiplexer ID= n, Camera IN= m then ID of Dome =16x(n-1)+m )
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Figure 4.1 – Setting Dome Camera Address (ID)
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Figure 4.2 – Setting Dome Camera Address (ID)
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Figure 4.3 – Setting Dome Camera Address (ID)
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Figure 4.4 – Setting Dome Camera Address (ID)
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(32)
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Figure 4.5 – Setting Dome Camera Address (ID)
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D7
(64)
OFF
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(128)
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(4)
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(16)
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(32)
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Figure 4.6 – Setting Dome Camera Address (ID)
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D7
(64)
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2.6 Setting Dome Camera Protocol and Video
If a dome camera is to be installed with the keyboard controller, select the default protocol.
Consult service personnel if a dome camera is installed with device other than a keyboard
controller.
S2
You can set video type with DIP switch.
Select video type with D1 in S2.
S2-D1
VIDEO TYPE
OFF
NTSC
ON
PAL
You can set Protocol with DIP switch D2, D3 and D4 in S2.
S2
PROTOCOL
D2
D3
D4
OFF
OFF
OFF
F2, F2E, Pelco-P, Pelco-D : default
OFF
OFF
ON
F2, F2E
OFF
ON
ON
Pelco-P, Pelco-D
You can set Baud Rate with DIP switch D5 and D6 in S2.
S2
BAUD RATE
D5
D6
OFF
OFF
2400 bps
OFF
ON
4800 bps
ON
OFF
9600 bps : default
ON
ON
19200 bps
Figure 5 – Video type, Protocol, Baud rate Selection Switches
2.7 Connections
• Connecting to the RS485
The dome camera can be controlled remotely by an external device or control system,
such as a control keyboard, using RS485 half-duplex serial communications signals.
• Connecting Video Output connector
Connect the video output (BNC) connector to the monitor or video input.
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• Connecting Alarms
A1,A2,A3,A4 (Alarm Input 1,2,3,4)
You can use external devices to signal the dome camera to react on events. Mechanical or
electrical switches can be wired to the A1,A2,A3,A4 (Alarm Input 1,2,3,4) and G (Ground)
connectors.
See Chapter 3 — Program and Operation for configuring alarm input.
G (Ground)
NOTE: All the connectors marked G or GND are common.
Connect the ground side of the alarm input and/or alarm output to the G (Ground) connector.
AO (5VTTL Alarm Output)
The dome camera can activate external devices such as buzzers or lights. Connect the device
to the AO (Alarm Output) and G (Ground) connectors.
See Chapter 3 — Program and Operation for configuring alarm output.
• Connecting the Power of Dome
Connect power of 24VAC or 12VDC 1A for the dome camera.
When using a 12VDC adapter, connect the positive(+) pole to the ‘+’ position and
the negative(-) pole to the ‘-’ position.
Use Certified/Listed Class 2 power source only.
• Connecting the Power of Heater & Fan
Connect the power of 24VAC 2A for the heater & fan.
Use certified / Listed Class 2 power source only.
2.8 Getting Started
Once installed apply power to the dome camera. The dome camera will start a configuration
sequence.
AREA TITLE
FUNCTION TITLE
ABC
001
AF AE
STATUS of
FOCUS and AE
CAMERA TITLE
INFORMATION
DISPLAY
EMPTY DATA
CAMERA ID
ALARM:1
DOMEID:001
W→360.0 090.0
ALARM DISPLAY
PAN & TILT ANGLE
VIEW DIRECTION
OSD Position
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The dome can move the OSD position in the OSD position setup.
(AREA TITLE)
(FUNC TITLE )
(AF AE)
(CTRL KEY TO MOVE)
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
(ALARM MESSAGE)
(DOME ID…)
(ANGLE…)
OSD Position Setup
Chapter 3 — Program and Operation
3.1 Dome Camera Selection
Before you program or operate a dome camera, you must select the dome camera by pressing
No. + CAM keys.
Example: Pressing 1 , 0 + CAM keys sequentially will select dome camera 10. The selected
dome camera ID will be displayed on the LCD monitor of the keyboard controller.
3.2 Accessing the On-Screen Menu Utility
You can call up the On-screen menu utility on your monitor by pressing the MENU key on the
keyboard controller, the following On-screen menu utility will appear:
DOME MENU
AUTO SCAN
PRESET
TOUR
PATTERN
ALARM
AREA TITLE
PRIVACY ZONE
CAMERA
DOME SETUP
FUNCTION RUN
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
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3.3 How to control the On-Screen Menu Utility
Function
Button
MENU
Call the On-screen menu utility.
Joystick up or down
Navigate through the menu items.
Go into the sub-menu items.
Joystick left or right or IRIS Open
Change value.
Enter the editing title mode.
Joystick left or right or
Zoom handle twist or Tele , Wide
CTRL + Joystick
Change value of angle.
Enter the changing angle mode.
IRIS Open
Exit the changing angle mode.
IRIS Close
ESC
Escape (EXIT)
3.4 Auto Scan (Shortcut: SCAN)
The Auto Scan supports up to 17 programmed angles at user-programmable speeds.
Follow these steps to program Auto Scan:
AUTO SCAN SETUP
NUMBER
: 01
TITLE
: A01
MODE
: NORMAL
SPEED
: 5 STEP
START ANGLE
: ----- ----END ANGLE
: ----- ----SCAN DIR
: CCW
SWAP
: OFF
DWELL
: 03 SEC
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
NUMBER : 01 ~ 08, 10 ~ 17, 09: AUTO-PAN mode
TITLE
: up to 12 characters.
MODE
: NORMAL, VECTOR, RANDOM (AUTO-PAN mode: NORMAL, RANDOM only).
NORMAL : Move from start point to end point in panning only.
VECTOR : Move from start point to end point including tilt and zoom simultaneously and
linearly.
RANDOM : Move randomly between the start point and the end point.
SPEED
SCAN DIR
SWAP
DWELL
: 1 ~ 13 step, the lower number means the slower speed.
: Set the Scan direction, CCW(Counter Clock Wise), CW(Clock Wise).
: Swap the start point for the end point.
: Set the dwell time at the both end, 01 ~ 99 seconds.
1. Press the SCAN key to enter the Auto Scan menu directly. Or press the MENU key to display
the main menu on the monitor. Scroll to Auto Scan and push the Joystick to the right.
2. Select “NUMBER” and set the desired number by pushing the Joystick to the left or right.
3. Select “TITLE” and twist the Joystick to enter the title edit mode.
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4. Twist the Joystick to change the alphanumeric characters and move the next position by
pushing the Joystick to the left or right. Or move down to the character table and press the
CTRL or IRIS Open key at the desired character then the cursor position moves to the next
position automatically. Push the Joystick to the left or right at the “ALL DELETE” field to
delete all characters. Push the Joystick to the left or right at the “EXIT” field to finish title edit
menu.
TITLE EDIT MENU
A01
*
A B C D E F G H I J
K L M N O P Q R S T
U V W X Y Z 0 1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 ( )
ALL DELETE
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
5. Select “MODE” and “SPEED”.
6. Select “START ANGLE”. Hold down the CTRL key while selecting the start position using the
Joystick. Current panning position will be displayed. Release the CTRL key to complete the
selection of the start position. Or press the IRIS Open key then the “CTRL” displays. Move the
desired position and the zoom position. Press the IRIS Close key then the “CTRL” disappears.
To adjust at the 0.1 degree interval, twist the Joystick at the pan field and the tilt field. To
adjust at the one zoom interval, twist the Joystick at the zoom field.
7. Select “END ANGLE”. Hold down the CTRL key while moving the Joystick to select the end
position. The end position angle should be larger than start position. Release the CTRL key to
complete the selection of the end position. Or press the IRIS Open key then the “CTRL”
displays. Move the desired position and the zoom position. Press the IRIS Close key then the
“CTRL” disappears. To adjust at the 0.1 degree interval, twist the Joystick at the pan field
and the tilt field. To adjust at the one zoom interval, twist the Joystick at the zoom field.
8. Set “SCAN DIR” to CCW or CW.
9. Select “SWAP”, Set to ON to exchange the start angle and the end angle.
10. Set “DWELL TIME”.
11. Select “SAVE AND EXIT” and push the Joystick to the right or press the IRIS Open key.
Press the ESC or IRIS Close key to exit the program without saving.
NOTE: Pressing the HOME key delete stored data at the angle field.
To set the position using the Preset position:
a. Before entering the Auto Scan menu, select a Preset position as a starting point for Auto Scan.
Example: 2 + PRST keys and do step 1 to 5. In step 6, just press the Ctrl key at the start angle
position, the current position will be displayed as a start position.
b. Save and Exit from the menu.
c. In normal mode, call a Preset to be the end point of Scan. Press 3 + PRST keys then press
the SCAN key to enter the Auto Scan menu. Move the cursor position to END ANGLE. Just
press the CTRL key at the end angle position. Save and exit from the menu.
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Press the SCAN key on the angle field to display with the small OSD. Then the screen will show
as below.
AUTO SCAN AREA SETUP
(CTRL KEY)
NUMBER01
START
: ----- ----END
: ----- ----EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
The setting procedure is the same as above.
NOTE: 09: AUTO-PAN mode (endless panning)
3.5 Preset (Shortcut: PRST)
If you need to view specific places routinely, you should program Presets. A Preset is a
programmed video scene with automatic pan, tilt, zoom, focus, motion and AE settings. Once
programmed, placing the number position and pressing the PRST key on your controller calls up
that Preset automatically. In addition, Presets may be assigned to alarm action or as the “home”
position for the dome camera. As many as 240 Presets, whose positions are saved in the dome’s
firmware, may be programmed.
There are three pages of Preset menu. Each page has 80 Presets. Pages can be scrolled by
pushing the Joystick to the left or right on the first or last No. of Preset.
PRESET SETUP
NUMBER
: 001
TITLE
: --CAMERA SET
DWELL
: -- SEC
12345678901234567890
00 █**----------------02 -------------------04 -------------------06 -------------------NEXT PAGE
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
- : blank Preset position
* : position has the Preset
█ : current cursor position
Follow steps below to store the Preset positions:
1. Press the PRST key to enter the Preset menu directly. Or press the MENU key to display the
main menu on the monitor. Scroll to Preset and push the Joystick to the right.
2. Select the blank Preset position to be stored by pushing the Joystick up, down, right, or left.
3. After selecting a blank position, press and hold the CTRL key. Use the Joystick to control the
direction of the camera and lens.
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4. After aiming the camera (view direction and lens control), release the CTRL key. The cursor
will be on the “TITLE” after saving data then twist the Joystick or press the Tele or Wide key
to edit the Preset title. Follow the procedure of the Auto Scan above to edit titles.
5. Select “CAMERA SET” and push the Joystick to the left or right. Then the Preset camera
setup displays.
PRESET CAMERA SETUP
FOCUS
: AUTO
MOTION
: OFF
MOTION SETUP
AE SETUP
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
Set FOCUS
Set MOTION
: AUTO, MANUAL, ONE PUSH
: OFF, ON
Select “MOTION SETUP” and pushing the Joystick to the left or right. Then the MOTION
setup displays.
MOTION SETUP
SENSITIVITY
: 06
POSITION
: ALL
DELAY
: 00 SEC
OUTPUT
: OFF
HOLD TIME
: 03 SEC
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
Set SENSITIVITY
Set POSITION
Set DELAY
Set OUTPUT
Set HOLD TIME
: 01 ~ 10
: ALL, CENTER
: 00 ~ 05 SEC
: OFF, ON
: 03 ~ 99 SEC
Select “AE SETUP” and push the Joystick to the left or right. Then the AE setup displays.
Refer to the AE SETUP in the camera setup.
6. Set “DWELL TIME”. (03 ~ 99 seconds)
7. To select the next page of Presets, scroll the page by pushing the Joystick to the left on the
first and last columns of the menu.
8. Repeat step 2 through 7 for each additional Preset position.
9. Select “SAVE AND EXIT” and push the Joystick to the right or press the IRIS Open key.
Press the ESC or IRIS Close key to exit the program without saving.
NOTE: Press the HOME key at programmed Preset position(*) to delete a programmed
Preset view.
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The position, which is marked with the *, already has the Preset view assigned. Press the PRST
key on the * to review the stored Preset. The camera will show the stored Preset scene.
PRESET AREA SETUP
(CTRL KEY)
NUMBER 001
PAN
TILT
000.0 000.0
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
Hold down the CTRL key while selecting the desired scene using the Joystick. Current position
will be displayed. Release the CTRL key to complete. Or Press the IRIS Open key then the
“CTRL” displays. Move the desired position and the zoom position. Press the IRIS Close key
then the “CTRL” disappears. Select “EXIT” and push the Joystick to the right.
3.6 Shortcut of Preset Program
After selecting the desired scene, press No. (1 to 240), and press the CTRL and PRST keys
subsequently. The current view will be stored to the selected Preset number if the Preset number
is empty. If selected Preset number is not empty, “OVER WRITE” message will be displayed on
the monitor and select the “OK” and push the Joystick to the right to overwrite.
Example: 1 , 0 , 1 + CTRL + PRST keys will store current view as Preset no. 101. In this case,
focus will be programmed as Auto, dwell time will be set to 3 second, and the current
AE mode will be programmed.
3.7 Tour (Shortcut: TOUR)
There are 8 programmable Tours. Each Tour consists of up to 42 Preset positions, Patterns,
Scans or other Tours (second-level). Using second-level Tours, it can be expanded to over
300 functions in a single Tour.
TOUR SETUP
NUMBER
: 01
TITLE
: T01
SCAN TYPE
: NORMAL
SPEED
: 5 STEP
DWELL
: -- SEC
003 A04 --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- --- ----- --- P01 --- --- --- ----- T02 --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- --- --SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
--SCAN TYPE
DWELL
003
: blank position
: NORMAL, VECTOR
: 03 ~ 99 SEC
: Preset (1 ~ 240)
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A04
P01
T02
: Auto Scan (1 ~ 8, 10 ~ 17)
: Pattern (1 ~ 8)
: Tour (1 ~ 8)
Follow the steps below to program the Tours:
1. Press the MENU key to display the main menu on the monitor. Scroll to Tour and push the
Joystick to the right to enter the Tour menu. Or just press the TOUR key on the keyboard.
2. Select “NUMBER” and set the desired number by pushing the Joystick to the left or right.
3. Choose a blank position to be programmed by pushing the Joystick up, down, right, or left.
4. To add a stored Preset, twist the Joystick then the stored Preset number displays.
5. To place functions other than Preset, press the TOUR, PTRN, or SCAN keys for Tour, Pattern
or Auto Scan respectively.
6. You can also overwrite the programmed number and remove a stored number from the Tour,
press the HOME key on the stored number, a blank position mark (---) will be displayed.
7. Repeat step 2 through 6 for each desired position. Each title will be displayed on top of the line.
8. To edit the “TITLE”, follow the procedure of the Auto Scan above to edit titles.
9. Select “SAVE AND EXIT” and push the Joystick to the right or press the IRIS Open key.
Press the ESC or IRIS Close key to exit the program without saving.
You can expand the Tour sequence by calling other programmed Tours.
NOTE: The speed applies in the vector mode only.
NOTE: In the Tour mode, in conjunction with Preset and Auto Scan, you can make the
camera travel from a Preset position to another Preset position at a specific speed.
Example: Preset 001>002>003>004>005>006, Auto Scan 01 starts at Preset 002, ends at
Preset 003, Auto Scan 02 starts at Preset 005, ends at Preset 006; Tour 001, 002,
A01, 004, A02.
1 2
where
2~3 4 5~6, repeat
: Quick move, ~ : Programmed speed
To change the dwell time of the Preset in the Tour:
Use the Joystick to move the cursor to a stored Preset position.
By pressing the PRST key, the camera will move to the stored Preset view and the cursor moves
to the dwell time field.
After changing the dwell time, press the PRST key and the cursor moves to the Preset number.
To assign the functions other than Preset in the Tour when the function key is not
existed:
Use the Joystick to move the cursor to a stored Preset position.
Pressing the CTRL or IRIS Open key will change the Preset number to other function
(Auto Scan, Pattern, Tour or Preset) with the first programmed number.
To change the number, twist the Joystick or press the Tele or Wide key.
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3.8 Pattern (Shortcut: PTRN)
The Pattern feature records user control of the selected dome camera. Up to 8 Patterns can be
stored and played back by pressing No. + PTRN keys subsequently.
PATTERN SETUP
(CTRL KEY)
NO
TITLE
SEC PERCENT
01 : P01
000
00.0%
02 : P02
000
00.0%
03 : P03
000
00.0%
04 : P04
000
00.0%
05 : P04
000
00.0%
06 : P04
000
00.0%
07 : P04
000
00.0%
08 : P04
000
00.0%
TOTAL
000
00.0%
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
Follow steps below to program the Pattern:
1. Press the MENU key to display the main menu on the monitor. Scroll to Pattern and push the
Joystick to the right to enter the Pattern menu. Or just press the PTRN key on the keyboard.
2. Select the desired Pattern to be programmed by pushing the Joystick up or down. If the
Pattern is not 000, a Pattern has already been recorded. Patterns can be overwritten.
3. Press and hold down the CTRL key while controlling the camera direction and zoom with the
Joystick. The dome will be automatically recorded until you release the CTRL key. Or press
the IRIS Open key then the “CTRL” displays. Move the position and the zoom position.
Press the IRIS Close key then the “CTRL” disappears.
4. To edit the “TITLE”, follow the procedure of the Auto Scan above to edit titles.
5. Select “SAVE AND EXIT” and push the Joystick to the right or press the IRIS Open key.
Press the ESC or IRIS Close key to exit the program without saving.
NOTE: Press the HOME key at any programmed position to delete the Pattern.
NOTE: If Pattern recording time reaches 200 seconds, it will automatically stop for a
moment.
Press the PTRN key on the title field to display with the small OSD. Then the screen will show as
below.
PATTERN AREA SETUP
(CTRL KEY)
NUMBER 01
000 00.0%
000 00.0%
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
The setting procedure is the same as above.
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3.9 Alarm
ALARM SETUP
NO PRI FUN IN OUT
01
1 001 NO ON
02
1 --- OFF OFF
03
1 --- OFF OFF
04
1 --- OFF OFF
DWELL
: 03
ALARM OUT SETUP
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO
NO
PRI(Priority)
FUN(Function)
IN
OUT
HLD(Hold)
LATCH
DWELL
HLD LATCH
03
OFF
03
OFF
03
OFF
03
OFF
CANCEL)
: alarm input number
: The lower number has higher priority. (0 ~ 4)
: Stored function number to be called by alarm.
: NO/NC – normally open/closed, OFF – ignore
: ON – 5VTTL output, OFF – no output
: Alarm will be held for programmed time. (03 to 99 seconds)
: ON – Alarm message will remain on the screen even though alarm input
is deactivated.
OFF – Alarm message will disappear from the screen after programmed
hold time when alarm input is deactivated.
: means the dwell time during multiple alarms, 03 to 99 seconds.
ALARM OUT SETUP
OUT
: ALARM
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
ALARM: alarm output is operated during an alarm operation or by the short key of our
keyboard.
1 ~ 5 MIN(minute): alarm output is operated during this setting time only by the function run
of the dome menu or the short key of our keyboard.
NOTE: This 1 ~ 5 MIN setting is not operated by an alarm.
3.10 Area Title
Enter a specific name on programmed angle between START and END. For the screen below,
when the camera points at an angle between 124.3° (PAN), 30.7° (TILT) to 359.5° (PAN), 45.4°
(TILT), ABC will be displayed on the screen.
AREA TITLE SETUP
NUMBER
: 01
TITLE
: ABC
START ANGLE
: 124.3 30.7
END ANGLE
: 359.5 45.4
SWAP
: OFF
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
NUMBER
: 01 ~ 16
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TITLE
SWAP
: up to 12 characters.
: Swap the start point for the end point.
1. Select “NUMBER” and set the desired number by pushing the Joystick to the left or right.
2. To edit the “TITLE”, follow the procedure of the Auto Scan above to edit titles.
3. Select “START ANGLE”. Hold down the CTRL key while selecting the start position using the
Joystick. Current panning position will be displayed. Release the CTRL key to complete the
selection of the start position. Or press the IRIS Open key then the “CTRL” displays. Move the
desired position. Press the IRIS Close key then the “CTRL” disappears. To adjust at the 0.1
degree interval, twist the Joystick at the pan field and the tilt field.
4. Select “END ANGLE”. Hold down the CTRL key while moving the Joystick to select the end
position. Release the CTRL key to complete the selection of the end position. Or press the
IRIS Open key then the “CTRL” displays. Move the desired position. Press the IRIS Close key
then the “CTRL” disappears. To adjust at the 0.1 degree interval, twist the Joystick at the pan
field and the tilt field.
5. Select “SWAP”. Set to ON to exchange the start angle and the end angle.
6. Select “SAVE AND EXIT” and push the Joystick to the right or press the IRIS Open key.
Press the ESC or IRIS Close key to exit the program without saving.
3.11 Privacy Zone
Hide up to 8 unwanted scenes in a camera.
NO
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
PRIVACY ZONE SETUP
(CTRL KEY)
TITLE
METHOD
ABC
ON BLOCK
DEF
ON V.OFF
OFF ---OFF ---OFF ---OFF ---OFF ---OFF ----
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
1. Place the cursor at the title field.
2. Hold down the CTRL key displays the privacy area menu while selecting the position using the
Joystick. Current position will be displayed. Release the CTRL key to complete the selection
of the position.
Or press the IRIS Open key then the privacy area menu displays. Move the desired position.
Press the IRIS Close key then the “CTRL” disappears and returns to the previous menu.
PRIVACY AREA MENU
(CTRL KEY)
CONTROL
NUMBER 001
354.8 344.8
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3. Place the cursor at the “TITLE” field. Twist the Joystick to enter the title edit mode. Follow the
procedure of the Auto Scan above to edit titles.
4. To turn the stored zone On or Off, twist the Joystick or press the Tele or Wide key.
5. Set the “METHOD”, “BLOCK” or “V.OFF(video off)”.
6. Select “SAVE AND EXIT” and push the Joystick to the right or press the IRIS Open key.
Press the ESC or IRIS Close key to exit the program without saving.
NOTE: Press the HOME key to delete programmed Privacy Zone at the title field.
3.12 Camera Menu
CAMERA SETUP
FOCUS CONTROL
WB CONTROL
AE CONTROL
DNR CONTROL
LINE LOCK CONTROL
SHARPNESS
RESOLUTION
DIGITAL ZOOM
IMAGE FLIP
PRESET FREEZE
STABLIZATION
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC
: 05
: LOW
: OFF
: OFF
: OFF
: OFF
TO CANCEL)
SHARPNESS
The higher the value, the more edges in the picture will be
enhanced. (0 ~ 15)
RESOLUTION
Select resolution mode (LOW / MID / HIGH)
DIGITAL ZOOM
OFF: Zoom range is limited to the optical.
2X: Zoom is extendable up to 2X of digital range.
4X: Zoom is extendable up to 4X of digital range.
8X: Zoom is extendable up to 8X of digital range.
MAX: Zoom is extendable Max digital zoom range.
IMAGE FLIP
This function turns the video output from the camera upside down and
reverses it horizontally.
This option is helpful to install in the opposite side.
PRESET FREEZE ON: the image is frozen during calling Preset.
STABILIZATION ON: To increase the stability of an image from frame-to-frame jitter with
shaking.
• FOCUS CONTROL
FOCUS SETUP
MODE
: AUTO
FOCUS LIMIT
: 1.0M
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
MODE
AUTO / MANUAL / ONE PUSH / CONSTANT MANUAL
Use manual mode in normal use.
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FOCUS LIMIT
This distance is approximate value and the focus operate from the setting
value.
CAUTION: Avoid continuous, 24-hour use of the auto focus. This will shorten the
lifespan of the lens.
• WB (White Balance) CONTROL
WB SETUP
MODE
: AWB
R GAIN
: --B GAIN
: --SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
MODE
AWB
WAWB
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
MANUAL
RGAIN
BGAIN
AWB / WAWB / INDOOR / OUTDOOR / MANUAL
Computes the white balance value output using color information
from the entire screen automatically. (2500 to 9500 °K)
Wide range auto white balance mode (1800 to 10500 °K)
Indoor white balance mode
Outdoor white balance mode
Manual mode, you can change R and B Gain manually.
0 ~ 255
0 ~ 255
RGAIN / BGAIN modes are controllable only in MANUAL Mode.
• AE CONTROL
AE SETUP
MODE
DSS LIMIT
GAIN
BRIGHT
SHUTTER
FLICKERLESS
BACK LIGHT
WDR
WDR LEVEL
NIGHT SHOT
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC
MODE
AE1
AE2
SHUTTER PRIO
MANUAL
DSS LIMIT
GAIN
BRIGHT
SHUTTER
FLICKERLESS
BACK LIGHT
: MANUAL
: --: MIN
: 024
: 1/60
: --: OFF
: --: --: AUTO
TO CANCEL)
AE1 / AE2 / SHUTTER PRIO / MANUAL
Auto exposure mode1 (Use to normal surroundings: indoor)
Auto exposure mode2 (Use to high brightness surroundings: outdoor)
Variable Shutter speed, Auto Gain
Variable Shutter speed, Gain
OFF / x2 / x4 / x8 / x16 / x32 / x64 / x128 / x256 / x512
MIN / LOW / MID / HIGH
10 ~ 50
1/60(50), 1/100(120), …, 1/10000, 1/100000
OFF / ON
OFF / BLC / HLC (NOTE: When BLC or HLC, WDR will be disabled.)
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WDR
WDR LEVEL
NIGHT SHOT
OFF / ON (NOTE: When ON, BACKLIGHT will be disabled.)
LOW / MIDLOW / MID / MIDHIGH / HIGH
AUTO / ON / OFF / GLOBAL
NOTE: Values in ( ) are for PAL Camera. The WDR operates in AE1 mode only.
NOTE: When BACKLIGHT set BLC or HLC, focus issues may occur in certain lighting
conditions.
The NIGHT SHOT option removes the IR cutoff filter of the camera and makes the camera
sensitive to near infrared.
AUTO
GLOBAL
Camera goes in to B&W mode at low light.
Controlled by the keyboard
(NOTE: GLOBAL function operates F2E protocol only)
The operator can enable NIGHT SHOT for all dome cameras at the same time.
If the NIGHT SHOT mode is set to GLOBAL, “999” + ENTER will turn Off the NIGHT
SHOT mode and “888” + ENTER will turn On the NIGHT SHOT mode.
ON
B/W mode
OFF
Color mode
NOTE: AUTO in NIGHT SHOT function is not applied in “MANUAL” mode of AE Control.
• DNR CONTROL
DNR SETUP
2DNR(1)
3DNR(1)
2DNR(2)
3DNR(2)
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC
2DNR(1), 2DNR(2)
3DNR(1), 3DNR(2)
: 003
: AUTO
: 003
: 001
TO CANCEL)
Select 2D noise reduction level (OFF / 1 ~ 7)
Select 3D noise reduction level (AUTO / 1 ~ 28)
NOTE: DNR(1) applied when motor stopped. DNR(2) applied when motor moving.
• LINE LOCK CONTROL
LINE LOCK SETUP
MODE
: INTERNAL
PHASE
: 030
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
MODE
PHASE
INTERNAL / EXTERNAL
Adjusts phase of picture with other cameras in EXTERNAL mode.
(0 ~ 262 NTSC, 0 ~ 312 PAL)
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3.13 Dome Setup
CONFIGURATION MENU
LANGUAGE
: ENGLISH
HOME FUNCTION SETUP
OSD DISPLAY
VIEW ANGLE SETUP
INITIALIZE DATA
ORIGIN OFFSET
DOME RESET
SYSTEM MENU
SYSTEM INFORMATION
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
• LANGUAGE SETUP
LANGUAGE
: Select the desired language.
• HOME FUNCTION SETUP
HOME FUNCTION SETUP
HOME FUNCTION
FUNCTION NUMBER
WAITING TIME
FUNCTION ENABLE
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC
HOME FUNCTION
FUNCTION NUMBER
WAITING TIME
FUNCTION ENABLE
: NONE
: --: 120 SEC
: OFF
TO CANCEL)
: None / Tour / Pattern / Auto Scan / Preset
:--: 10 ~ 240 seconds
: ON / OFF
The Home function can be set so that the camera automatically goes to Tour, Pattern,
Auto Scan or Preset after the keyboard controller has been idle for a specified amount of time.
For example, if the controller is idle for 120 seconds, the camera goes to Preset 1.
Follow these steps to program the Home position:
1. Select “HOME FUNCTION” by pushing the Joystick to the left or right to scroll through the
None, Tour, Pattern, Auto Scan or Preset functions.
2. Select “FUNCTION NUMBER” and push the Joystick to the left or right. The recorded
function number will scroll.
3. Select “WAITING TIME” and push the Joystick to the left or right to select from 10 to 240
seconds.
4. Select “FUNCTION ENABLE” and turn to ON or OFF by pushing the Joystick to the left or
right.
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• OSD DISPLAY
OSD DISPLAY SETUP
CAMERA TITLE
VIEW DIRECTION
DOME OSD
AREA TITLE
PRESET TITLE
FOCUS EXPOSURE
OSD POSITION SETUP
:
:
:
:
:
:
DOMEID
OFF
ON
OFF
CONSTANT
ON
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
CAMERA TITLE
: up to 6 characters
VIEW DIRECTION
: ON / OFF
“ON” sets current direction as N(North) and the coordinate angle to 000. “OFF” hides the
directional title. Every 90 degrees of clockwise rotation will change the title to E(East),
S(South) or W(West). If using the ON/OFF option frequently, it is recommended to set
“North” as a Preset. Recall the “North” Preset before enabling the directional title.
DOME OSD
: ON / OFF
All display or title will disappear when DOME OSD DISPLAY is set to OFF.
AREA TITLE
: ON / OFF
If this option is enabled, the area title displays when the camera moves.
NOTE: The DOME OSD DISPLAY must be enabled.
PRESET TITLE
: CONSTANT / OFF / 3, 30, 60, 120, 180 seconds
Set the Preset title display time.
FOCUS EXPOSURE
: ON / OFF
ON: FOCUS and EXPOSURE displays. (AF AE)
OSD POSITION SETUP
Select the OSD option with the Joystick up and down, press the CTRL key and adjust the
position by the Joystick.
(AREA TITLE)
(FUNC TITLE )
(AF AE)
(CTRL KEY TO MOVE)
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
(ALARM MESSAGE)
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DOMEID:XXX
XXX.X XXX.X
• VIEW ANGLE SETUP
VIEW ANGLE SETUP
PANNING RANGE
FLIP
: 90°
TILT LIMIT
: OFF
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
FLIP: OFF, AUTO, 90°, 100°, 110°, 120°,
OFF: The dome camera moves until 90° vertically.
AUTO: When the camera reaches the floor directly above the moving object, it will stop. At
that time, release the Joystick instantly and pull it down again to run the auto-flip function.
When you use the panning range, it is recommended to use the flip mode to AUTO.
90°°, 100°°, 110°°, 120°°: Allows the image to flip digitally when the camera moves over the
setting angle vertically.
TILT LIMIT:
This option is designed to limit the view angle as there is some obstruction in zooming out
on specific areas of the tilt angle.
ON: When this option is enabled, the range of the tilt angle will be limited to 10 degree.
This can prevent obstruction or bad focusing problems caused by the horizontal line of the
semi sphere in the bubble.
OFF: When this option is disabled, the range of the tilt angle is not limited.
When you zoom out within the range of the tilt angle, you will see the horizontal line of the
semi sphere in the bubble. Focus issues may occur in certain lighting conditions.
PANNING RANGE
When the dome camera is installed near a wall, panning range can be limited by user.
PANNING RANGE SETUP
(CTRL KEY)
RIGHT LIMIT
: 000.0
LEFT LIMIT
: 000.0
ENABLE
: OFF
SWAP
: OFF
AUTO PAN
: ON
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
1. Place the dome camera under 90 degree vertically.
2. Set “RIGHT LIMIT” by pushing the Joystick to the right.
3. Set “LEFT LIMIT” by pushing the Joystick to the left.
4. Set “ENABLE” to ON to use.
To exchange the right and the left limit, set “SWAP” to ON.
To apply limits on the auto pan (endless panning), set “AUTO PAN” to ON.
NOTE: When the flip mode is 90°°, 100°°, 110°° or 120°° and you moves over 90°° vertically,
the panning range operates in opposite side.
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• INITIALIZE DATA
INITIALIZE DATA
FACTORY DEFAULT
ERASE PROGRAMMED DATA
PRESET FOCUS DEFAULT
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
FACTORY DEFAULT
Select “FACTORY DEFAULT” to initialize the data.
FACTORY DEFAULT
ARE YOU SURE ?
CANCEL
OK
ERASE PROGRAMMED DATA
Erase all stored data from the Flash-ROM of the selected dome camera. You will be asked
to enter ON or OFF. If you desire to erase all data then select “ERASE” run, otherwise press
the ESC key to exit without erasing. The erased data includes all stored data (Auto Scan,
Preset, Tour and Pattern, …) except origin offset.
The offset value is still valid after all data is erased. The offset value can be zero with default
set of Offset origin menu.
ERASE PROGRAMMED DATA
AUTO SCAN
: ON
PRESET
: ON
TOUR
: ON
PATTERN
: ON
ALARM
: ON
AREA TITLE
: ON
PRIVACY ZONE
: ON
CAMERA
: ON
DOME SETUP
: ON
ERASE
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
PRESET FOCUS DEFAULT
This menu set the default mode of the focus when you save the Preset.
PRESET FOCUS DEFAULT
FOCUS
: AUTO
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
FOCUS
: AUTO / MANUAL / ONE PUSH
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• ORIGIN OFFSET
OFFSET SETUP
(CTRL KEY)
PAN OFFSET
:
TILT OFFSET
:
ENABLE
:
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO
000.0
000.0
OFF
CANCEL)
This feature is useful to align a new dome camera exactly the same as the previously installed
dome camera.
Dome camera’s origin set and all data initialize option do not override offset values. Only the
default set option in this menu will set the offset value to zero. This can be used to avoid
ceiling obstructions.
• DOME RESET
DOME RESET
ARE YOU SURE ?
CANCEL
OK
This feature is used to re-calibrate the orientation of a selected dome camera. Origin offset
value is not affected by this function. (Offset is still valid after origin set)
• SYSTEM MENU
SYSTEM MENU
MOTOR SETUP
PASSWORD EDIT
ORIGIN CHECK
WHITE DEFECT COMPENSATION
CALIBRATION
: ON
PASSWORD ENABLE
: OFF
MENU TIME OUT
: OFF
BLINK CURSOR
: ON
DOME ANSWER
: ON
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
CALIBRATION
: ON(Auto origin check) / OFF
PASSWORD ENABLE
: ON(requires the password to enter menu) / OFF
MENU TIME OUT
: ON(5mintues) / OFF(always menu display)
BLINK CURSOR
: ON / OFF(no blinking cursor)
DOME ANSWER
: ON / OFF(no acknowledge command from the dome)
This option is helpful to escape the collision of the command using some DVR.
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MOTOR SETUP
Motor Setup menu provides the pan and tilt speed of a camera. User can set the desired
speed with pushing the Joystick to the left or right. During operation, pressing 153 + ON
keys will change the speed to the SLOW mode and pressing 153 + OFF keys will change
the speed to the Normal mode.
Press and hold the CTRL key and moving the Joystick will operate with the TURBO speed
mode.
MOTOR SETUP
PROPOTIONAL P/T
P/T MODE
: ON
: NORMAL
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
PROPOTIONAL P/T
P/T MODE
SLOW MAXIMUM SPEED
NORMAL MAXIMUM SPEED
TURBO MAXIMUM SPEED
: ON / OFF
: SLOW / NORMAL / TURBO
: 40°/second
: 90°/second
: 380°/second
PASSWORD EDIT
PASSWORD EDIT SETUP
(CTRL KEY)
INPUT PASSWORD
PASSWORD :
A
K
U
4
B
L
V
5
C
M
W
6
D
N
X
7
E
O
Y
8
F
P
Z
9
G
Q
0
(
H I J
R S T
1 2 3
)
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
You can change the password with 6-digit character in this menu.
The default password is 555555.
When the password enable is on, the input password window displays to enter the menu.
At this time, move the cursor to the desired character with the Joystick and press the CTRL
or IRIS Open key.
ORIGIN CHECK
If you find the dome in the wrong position during operation, execute this origin check and the
dome camera will return to the right position after the origin check operation.
ORIGIN CHECK
ARE YOU SURE ?
CANCEL
OK
Pressing 151 + ON keys will execute the origin check.
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WHITE DEFECT COMPENSATION
White defect of CCD sensor will be compensated.
WHITE DEFECT COMPENSATION
ARE YOU SURE ?
CANCEL
OK
• SYSTEM INFORMATION
SYSTEM INFORMATION
CAMERA TYPE
H/W VERSION
ROM VERSION
PROTOCOL
BAUDRATE
:
:
:
:
:
xxxxx-Vx.xxxx
Vx.xx-xxxx
Vx.xxxxx
xxxx
9600
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
The system information provides essential information about the dome camera if service is
required. This screen displays the camera type and ROM version. The information on this
screen cannot be modified.
3.14 Function Run
This Function Run menu allows you to execute the function when you use a keyboard or a DVR
without the function keys (Preset, Pattern, Tour and Scan).
FUNCTION RUN SETUP
(CTRL KEY)
PRESET
:
PATTERN
:
TOUR
:
SCAN
:
HOME
AUTO PAN
ALARM OUT
:
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
-----------
1. Select the desired Function by pushing the Joystick up or down.
2. Select the number by twist the Joystick in PRESET, PATTERN, TOUR and SCAN.
3. Press the CTRL or IRIS Open key to execute.
NOTE: To execute the function, you should save the function (PRESET, PATTERN, TOUR
and SCAN) first.
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- HOME
Select “HOME” and press the CTRL key. The dome camera goes to the default position that it
returns to after an assigned period of inactivity passes. The default position may be a Preset,
Tour, Pattern or no action.
- AUTO PAN
You can execute the endless auto pan to turn in one direction continuously by selecting Auto
Pan.
- ALARM OUT
This function can operate only when the alarm out setup has the time in the alarm menu.
Ex)
ALARM OUT SETUP
OUT
: 1 MIN
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
You press the CTRL or IRIS Open key then that alarm out operates during the setting time
only.
3.15 Factory Setup
FACTORY SETUP
TOUR DWELL TIME
: 03 SEC
ANSWER DELAY
: 03 SEC
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
Pressing 250 + PRST keys pops up this menu.
TOUR DWELL TIME means the dwell time between Tours.
ANSWER DELAY means the response time of the dome and you don’t need to change in normal
condition.
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Appendix A — Specifications
22X MINITRAX III DOME CAMERA
MODEL
22X
MODULE
CCD Type
Optical / Digital Zoom
Max Resolution
Focal Length
1/4" Type Super HAD CCD II
22X / 16X
700 TVL
f = 3.9mm ~ 85.8mm
3.9mm – 49.5° (H)
85.8mm – 2.4° (H)
F1.6 ~ F3.7
Angle of View
F-Number
Min. Illumination
- Normal
- ICR on & Slow Shutter
ICR on (Day & Night)
WDR
Motion Detection (in PRESET)
DOME
Tilt Angle
Image Flip
Auto Calibration
Panning Angle
Alarm
Auto Scan
Preset
Pattern
Tour
Max Speed
Area Title
Privacy Zone
Electrical
Power Source
Power Consumption
Control
ID (Camera Address)
Mechanical
Dimension
Weight
Environment
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Temperature
0.1 Lux
0.00001 Lux
YES
YES
YES
0° ~ 180° (Digital Flip)
YES
0.1° ~ 6°
360 continuous rotation
4 inputs (NO/NC), 1 output (5VTTL)
1 auto pan & 16 auto scans capability
240 presets with individual camera AE setup
8 patterns (recording up to 200 sec.)
8 tours (consist of 42 functions / 1 tour)
380°/sec.
Can be divided 16 areas with 12 characters per title
8 privacy zone masks (2 methods selectable : Block / Video off)
24VAC / 12VDC ± 10% for Dome
24VAC ± 10% for Heater & Fan
12W for Dome
45W for Heater & Fan
RS-485, baud rate: 2400 ~ 19.2k bps (default: 9600 bps)
1 ~ 255
See dimension
Approx. 2.2 kg
-30°C to 50°C (-22°F to 122°F)
0 to 90%RH (non-condensing)
-20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
* Specifications are subject to change without notice *
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Figure 6 – Dimension
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Appendix B — Troubleshooting
If problems occur, verify the installation of the camera with the instructions in this manual and
with other operating equipment. Isolate the problem to the specific piece of equipment in the
system and refer to the equipment manual for further information.
Problem
Possible Solution
No video.
Verify that power is connected to all pieces of
equipment in the system.
Verify that the power switches are in the ON position.
Check the video connections.
Poor video quality.
Check that the BNC connectors are inserted properly.
Check the voltage level of the dome camera.
Cable for video is shielded.
Dome cameras lose their positions.
Reset the cameras using the Dome configuration
menus.
Check that the dome cameras are inserted properly in
the base.
Check the voltage level of the dome camera.
Camera number does not match the
multiplexer number.
Check the camera ID and insert the BNC cable into
the proper input of the multiplexer.
Picture is torn when switching.
Check Line Lock setting and adjust phase of L/L.
Appendix C — Glossary
Alarm Action
The assigned responses for the dome camera when input change from normal to abnormal
states. The dome may run a Preset, Pattern, or have no assigned action for 4 dome inputs. The
dome may also send alarm state to the host controller for processing. See also Input Alarm and
Normal Input State.
Area
Programmed start and end points of the dome's field of view around its pan axis.
Each area is a part of a circular viewing area that extends around the dome. The areas can be
different sizes. Up to 8 areas can be programmed for the dome.
Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
Allows for the amplification of the video signal in scenes with minimal ambient light. Many lowlight scenes result in picture noise. As gain is increased, the picture noise is also amplified. When
AGC is enabled, the value of the gain setting is based on feedback from the camera. When AGC
is disabled, the camera uses the value set for the manual gain setting. The trade-off between
picture level and noise may be adjusted when AGC is disabled.
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On-screen Menu
The text overlay menu system used for setting dome features. The utility is accessed using a
keystroke combination. The utility provides settings for camera functions, zoom, alarm, text
display, and password protection.
Flip
Allows the dome to automatically turn 180 degrees when the camera tilts to its lower limit and
stays in that position for a brief delay. When the dome flips (rotates), the camera starts moving
upward as long as the tilt control is kept in the down position. Once the control is released, the tilt
control returns to its normal operational mode. The flip feature is useful when you need to track
someone who walks directly beneath the dome and continues on the other side.
Home Position
The default position to which the dome camera returns after an assigned period of inactivity
passes. The default position may be a Preset, Tour, Pattern, or No Action.
Input Alarm
A connection point on the dome camera that enables the system to monitor Input Devices. There
are 4 inputs available for the dome camera.
Input Device
External devices that provide information about the condition of system components that connect
to the input on the dome camera. Typical input devices include door contacts, motion detectors
and smoke detectors.
IR Mode
A feature of the camera that permits manual or automatic switching between color and IR
(black-and-white) operation. When IR mode is active, clearer images may be obtained under
low-light conditions.
Line Lock
Allows you to phase lock the video with the AC power line. When line lock is enabled, it prevents
vertical video rolling when switching multiple cameras to a single monitor. If text appears slightly
tinted on color monitors, disabling the line lock may prevent this problem.
Name Information
Relates to the display the dome name, the area where the dome is pointing, the name of the
Preset or Pattern that is running, and alarm name. The display of each type of name setting can
be enabled or disabled. When the display of camera or area title(name) is enabled, the
information appears on the screen continuously. Preset, Tour and Pattern titles(names) appear
only while they are active.
Normal Input State
Describes the expected state of a device connected to dome camera’s input. The normal state
may be open or closed. When a device is not in its normal input state, an alarm is issued.
North Position
User-definable setting that may correspond to magnetic north or some well-known landmark.
Used to approximate the camera dome's pointing direction when Direction Indicators are enabled.
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Slow Shutter
Setting used to improve the quality of video obtained in extreme low-light situations. When the
Slow Shutter setting is enabled, low-light information is collected over multiple fields based on
the Shutter Limit setting. As a result, video may appear blurred or choppy in extreme low-light
situations. This setting does not effect camera operation in normal lighting situations.
Pattern
A series of pan, tilt, zoom and focus movements from a single programmable dome. Up to 8
Patterns may be programmed for the dome camera.
Preset
Programmed video scene, based on a specific pan, tilt, zoom, and focus settings. Up to 240
Presets may be programmed for the dome camera.
Privacy Zone
Masked areas of the dome camera's viewing area. These masks prevent operators of the
surveillance system from viewing these designated zones. The Privacy Zones move in relation to
the dome camera’s pan/tilt position. In addition, the apparent size of the Privacy Zone adjusts
automatically as the lens zooms in or out. Up to 8 Privacy Zones may be established for a dome
camera.
Vector Scan
Move from start point to end point including tilt and zoom simultaneously and linearly.
White balance
Adjustments in the color hue(red and blue) gains for a camera so that true white appears white in
the image. It is normally compensated for by the automatic gain control. In some lighting
conditions, you may need to manually adjust the red and blue settings for optimal viewing. When
Automatic White Balance is enabled, the camera measures the image and automatically adjusts
the red and blue settings to balance white. When Automatic White Balance is disabled, the
camera uses the values set for the red and blue settings to balance white.
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Appendix D — Short Cut Key
Short Cut Key
Function
PRST
Pop up Preset setup menu
TOUR
Pop up Tour setup menu
PTRN
Pop up Pattern setup menu
SCAN
Pop up Auto Scan setup menu
No.+ CTRL+ PRST
Store the current view at the selected number
Short Cut Key
Function
Short Cut Key
Function
7 + ON
Change FOCUS to AUTO
7 + OFF
Change FOCUS to manual
8 + ON
Change AE to AE1
8 + OFF
Change AE to manual
9 + ON
Change Night Shot to AUTO
10 + ON
Night Shot on
10 + OFF
Night Shot off
11 + ON
11 + OFF
BLC off
12 + OFF
Digital Zoom off
13 + ON
BLC on
Digital Zoom on (According
to digital zoom setting)
Dome OSD on
13 + OFF
Dome OSD off
14 + ON
Dome Area Title Display on
14 + OFF
Dome Area Title Display off
15 + ON
View Direction on
15 + OFF
View Direction off
104 + ON
WDR on (AE1 mode)
104 + OFF
WDR off (AE1 mode)
105 + ON
Stabilization on
105 + OFF
Stabilization off
150 + ON
Image Flip on
150 + OFF
Image Flip off
151 + ON
Origin Check
152 + ON
Place the camera in the 0° area horizontally.
153 + ON
Go to the slow speed mode
154 + ON
Display System Information
155 + ON
Flip the camera in the 180° area horizontally.
250 + PRST
Factory setup menu (Tour dwell time, Answer delay)
888 + ENTER
Night Shot on (in the global mode only)
999 + ENTER
Night Shot off (in the global mode only)
12 + ON
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153 + OFF
Go to the normal speed mode
Appendix E — Wall Mount
The wall mounting plate must be attached to a structural object such as concrete that will support
the weight of the mount and Dome Camera.
1. Select a suitable mounting location and verify there is sufficient cable to reach the middle of
the Wall Mount.
2. Mark and drill mounting holes in the surface using the Wall Mount Flange.
3. Pull out cables required to connect to the dome camera from the wall or route cables through a
section of 0.75 in. (19 mm) conduit pipe.
4. Remove the access plate from the wall mount bracket.
5. Attach the wall mount bracket using screws routing cables through the access plate’s hole.
6. Attach the housing’s safety wire to the wall mount’s latch.
7. Fix the housing to the wall mount bracket using the locking nut after routing cables through the
wall mount bracket and tighten the housing set screw with the supplied wrench.
8. After connecting cables, attach the access plate.
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Appendix F — Ceiling Mount
The ceiling mounting plate must be attached to a structural object such as concrete that will
support the weight of the mount and Dome Camera.
1. Select a suitable mounting location
and verify there is sufficient cable
to connect with cables from the
housing.
2. Mark and drill mounting holes in
the surface using the ceiling
mount flange.
3. Pull out cables required to connect
to the dome camera from the
ceiling.
4. Attach the ceiling mount bracket
using screws routing cables
through the locking nut.
5. Tighten the housing with the pipe
using the socket after routing
cables through the pipe.
6. Attach the housing's safety wire to
the ceiling mount's m6X35
tapping screw.
7. After connecting cables, fix the
pipe to the ceiling mount using the
locking nut.
8. Tighten set screws of the socket
and locking nut with the supplied
wrench.
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22X MINITRAX III DOME CAMERA
Printed in Korea
50303340A
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