Samsung SCB-3003 User manual

Samsung SCB-3003 User manual
Supreme Resolution
WDR Camera
User Manual
SCB-3003
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Supreme Resolution WDR Camera
User Manual
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no formal guarantee shall be provided. Use of this document and the subsequent results shall be entirely on
the user’s own responsibility. Samsung Techwin reserves the right to change the contents of this document
without prior notice.
Warranty
If the product does not operate properly in normal conditions, please let us know. Samsung Techwin will resolve
the problem for free of charge. The warranty period is 3 years. However, the followings are excluded:
• If the system behaves abnormally because you run a program irrelevant to the system operation.
• Deteriorated performance or natural worn-out in process of time
™ Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
Before operating the camera, confirm the camera model and correct input power voltage. To
help you understand this manual thoroughly, we'll introduce our model description.
■ SCB-2002 SERIES
• NTSC MODEL
SCB-3003N
• PAL MODEL
SCB-3003P
■ MODEL DESCRIPTION
• SCB-3003X
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SIGNAL SYSTEM
• SIGNAL SYSTEM
N → NTSC MODEL
P → PAL MODEL
safety information
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consisting a risk of electric
shock is present within this unit.
This exclamation point symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence
of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
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WARNING
• To prevent damage which may result in fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this
appliance to rain or moisture.
• To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with
the installation instructions.
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WARNING
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specified in the specification sheet.
Using any other adapter could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to the product.
2. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause explosion, fire,
electric shock, or damage to the product.
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3. Do not connect multiple cameras to a single adapter. Exceeding the capacity may cause
abnormal heat generation or fire.
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4. Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. insecure connection may cause
fire.
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5. When installing the camera, fasten it securely and firmly. The fall of camera may cause
personal injury.
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6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal parts, etc.) or containers
filled with water on top of the camera. doing so may cause personal injury due to fire, electric
shock, or falling objects.
8. If any unusual smells or smoke come from the unit, stop using the product. in such case,
immediately disconnect the power source and contact the service center. continued use in
such a condition may cause fire or electric shock.
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9. If this product fails to operate normally, contact the nearest service center. never disassemble
or modify this product in any way. (samsung is not liable for problems caused by unauthorized
modifications or attempted repair.)
10. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product. doing so may cause
fire or electric shock.
CAUTION
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1. Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong shock to it. Keep away from a location
subject to excessive vibrationor magnetic interference.
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2. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 55°C), low temperature (below
-10°C), or high humidity. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
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3. If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off the power and then
move or reinstall it.
4. Remove the power plug from the outlet when then there is a lightning. Neglecting to do so
may cause fire or damage to the product.
5. Keep out of direct sunlight and heat radiation sources. It may cause fire.
6. Install it in a place with good ventilation.
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7. Avoid aiming the camera directly towards extremely bright objects such as sun, as this may
damage the CCD image sensor.
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8. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
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9. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time.
10. Do not expose the camera to radioactivity. Radioactivity exposure may damage the CCD.
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7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. doing so may cause fire or electric
shock.
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FCC Statement
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This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions :
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1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
CAUTION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of 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.
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IC Compliance Notice
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference.-Causing Equipment Regulations of ICES-003.
Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its electronic accessories
(e.g. charger, headset, USB cable) should not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their
working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal,
please separate these items from other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to promote the sustainable
reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government
office, for details of where and how they can take these items for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract.
This product and its electronic accessories should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
Correct disposal of batteries in this product
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate battery return systems.)
This marking on the battery, manual or packaging indicates that the batteries in this product should not be
disposed of with other household waste at the end of their working life. Where marked, the chemical symbols
Hg, Cd or Pb indicate that the battery contains mercury, cadmium or lead above the reference levels in EC
Directive 2006/66. If batteries are not properly disposed of, these substances can cause harm to human health
or the environment.
To protect natural resources and to promote material reuse, please separate batteries from other types of waste
and recycle them through your local, free battery return system.
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1. Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. 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 is provided for your safety. If
the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
13. Unplug this apparatus when a card is used. Use caution when moving the
cart/ apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
14. 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 spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus
Samsung Techwin cares for the environment at all product manufacturing
stages to preserve the environment, and is taking a number of steps to provide
customers with more environment-friendly products.The Eco mark represents
Samsung Techwin’s will to create environment-friendly products, and indicates
that the product satisfies the EU RoHS Directive.
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INTRODUCTION
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Features
Components and Accessories
Overview
Lens
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Connecting to Monitor
Connecting to Power
Control via RS-485 Interface
Using Coaxial Communications
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Menu Configuration
Menu Setup
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CONNECTION
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CAMERA OPERATION
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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Troubleshooting
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SPECIFICATIONS
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Specifications
Dimension
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Features
y Excellent Sensitivity
The built-in high sensitivity COLOR CCD produces a clear image.
- Color : 0.1Lux @ F1.2, 0.0002 Lux (Sens-up, 512x)
B/W : 0.01 Lux @ F1.2, 0.00002 Lux ( Sens-up, 512x )
y Intelligence
Without assistance from an external sensor, this camera independently detects and
traces objects while examining stillness and movement to activate the alarm.
y SSNR3 (Samsung Super Noise Reduction) Function
High performance SV-V DSP Chip removes noises of GAIN resulting from the low light
level and shows a vivid, high definition video even in the dark place.
y Day&Night (ICR)
This camera has a function that automatically selects the mode that is appropriate
for daytime or night-time conditions. The COLOR mode operates in daytime conditions to provide optimum colors, and B/W mode operates in night-time conditions to
enhance the definition of the image.
y SSDR (Samsung Super Dynamic Range)
For images with high contrast between bright and dark areas from difficult lighting
conditions such as backlighting, this camera selectively illuminates darker areas while
retaining the same light level for brighter areas to even out the overall brightness.
y PROFILE
You can set a mode according to the camera installation conditions.
- BASIC, DAYNIGHT, BACKLIGHT, ITS, INDOOR, USER,
y PIP
Displays a full-size image along with the thumbnail.
y WDR
By adopting a proprietary SV-V DSP chip, the camera delivers clear, high quality
pictures even in backlight, by increasing exposure in dark areas while decreasing it in
bright areas; a corrected image with clear details results.
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y High Resolution
By adopting a diagonal 6mm (1/3”) 520,000 pixel (NTSC), 610,000 pixel (PAL) Super HAD
CCD II, the camera produces clear picture quality with a horizontal resolution of Max 700TVL
in ER mode and 700TVL for BW .
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y VPS(Virtual Progressive Scan)
By adopting a proprietary SV-V DSP chip, the camera delivers clear, high quality
pictures even in backlight, by increasing exposure in dark areas while decreasing it in
bright areas; a corrected image with clear details results.
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y Video/DC Drive Lens Support
You can select Video or DC Drive Lens from the menu.
y DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer)
The DIS function compensates for any camera movement, to produce more stable
pictures.
y SIMPLE FOCUS
Using SIMPLE FOCUS, you can easily adjust the focus.
y Miscellaneous Functions
HLC(High Light Compensation), SENS-UP, REVERSE , D-ZOOM, SHARPNESS and
PRIVACY functions are provided.
y Communication
Coaxial and RS-485 communication methods are supported.
- Coaxial Communications : Pelco Coaxitron
- RS-485 Communications : Samsung-T, Samsung-E, PELCO-D, PELCO-P,
BOSCH, HONEYWELL, VICON, PANASONIC, GE, AD
y OSD
The camera’s OSD is complimented by 19 languages.
- NTSC : English, Korean, Japanese, Spanish, French, Portuguese
- PAL : English, Chinese, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Russian, Czech, Polish,
Romanian, Serbian, Swedish, Danish, Turkish, Portuguese
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Components and Accessories
Check if the following items are included in the product package.
Auto Iris Lens
Connector Plug
C-Mount Adapter
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WDR Camera
Quick Guide
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Quick Manual
10 level terminal block
Overview
Front View
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❶ Tripod Mounting Bracket Screw Hole :
Used to fix the Tripod Mounting Bracket to the top of the camera.
➋ C-Mount Lens Adapter : Install this adapter to use a C-Mount Lens.
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Side View
➌ Auto Iris Lens Connector :
Used to connect Auto Iris Lens plug.
Bottom View
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➍ Tripod Mounting Bracket Screw Hole :
Used to fix the camera on a bracket or tripod.
The screw sizes for this hole are as follows.
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1/4"-20 UNC (20 THREAD)
L:4.5mm±0.2mm (ISO standard),
or 0.197" (ASA standard)
 Tripod is not supplied with the camera. Please check the installed documentation of tripod for
the installation of cameras.
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Rear View
❿
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⓬
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➏
⓮
➐
➑
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⓰
➎ Function Setup Button
y SET button : (Short press) The SIMPLE FOCUS operates.
(Long press) The menu screen is displayed.
Use it to go the lower menu on the menu screen.
y Up & Down button : Used to move the cursor up or down in the menu screen.
y Left x right button : Move the cursor left and right on the menu screen.
If the menu screen is not desired, move the focus to Near or Far.
➏ RS-485 Control Port : You can control SETUP MENU through this port by using
external controllers like a Remote controller that RS-485 Communication is supported.
➐ FREEZE Mode Setting Terminal : Turns on or off FREEZE function.
➑ V-SYNC Input Terminal : Enables External Sync.
➒ Shutter Speed Select Terminal : Selects external sync shutter speed.
1/60
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/700
1/1000
1/1600
1/2500
SHUTTER 1
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
SHUTTER 2
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
SHUTTER 3
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
[Interlace mode]
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❿ D & N Input Port : You can switch to Day & Night Mode by connecting an external
signal to this port.
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⓫ MD Output Port : Motion detection signals are output through this port.
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⓬ GND
⓭ Video OUT Terminal : Sends video signal and connects to the video input terminal of the monitor.
⓮ Power LED : This lamp is lit when the camera is receiving power normally.
⓯ Power input terminal : Connects to the power appropriate to each model.
⓰ Ground terminal
öExternal I / O port configuration
Num
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Name
RS-485+
RS-485Freeze
V-SYNC
Shutter
DN
MD
GND
I/O Direction
I/O
I/O
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 When using the FREEZE Mode Setting Terminal, the Shutter Speed Select Terminal and the D & N
Input Port, Connect each of the terminals to the Ground Terminal.
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The lens is not supplied with this camera. Purchase a lens suitable for your environment.
This camera accepts the auto iris lens and both C-and CS-mount lens.
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 To use the functions of this camera effectively it is recommended that a DC type Auto Iris lens is used.
 Keep the lens surface clean, if it becomes contaminated with dirt or fingerprints the picture quality suffers.
When Using Auto Iris Lens
1. Strip the insulation of the auto iris lens cable 8mm from the end.
approx. 8mm
2. Strip the insulation of the core of the auto iris lens cable to expose a 2mm
length.
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approx. 2mm
3. Remove the cover of the auto iris lens connector plug and solder the lens cable
to the connector pin of the plug.
Lens cable
LENS
Pin No.
DC
VIDEO
No.1 Pin
Damping -
Red (power)
No.2 Pin
Damping +
NC
No.3 Pin
Drive +
White (video signal)
No.4 Pin
Drive -
Black (GND)
No.3 Pin
No.1 Pin
Connector
No.4 Pin
No.2 Pin
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4. Fit the cover of the auto iris lens connector plug, remove the protective glass
cover from the front of the camera, and fasten the auto iris lens by turning it
clockwise.
5. Combine the lens and adjust the focus manually first. Then use SIMPLE FOCUS to
easily adjust the focus.
When Using a C/CS-Mount lens
Before installing a lens, identify whether the lens to be installed is a C-Mount or CS-Mount.
This camera is set for a CS-Mount Lens by default. To install a C-Mount Lens, a simple
modification is required.
y When Using a CS-Mount Lens
Remove the protective glass cover at
the front of this product and turn the
CS-Mount Lens clockwise to install it.
Combine the lens and adjust the focus
manually first. Then use SIMPLE FOCUS
to easily adjust the focus.
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 Use the lens connector shown in the following figure. If the
dimensions of the connector are not correct, it may damage
the camera, or the lens may not be installed firmly.
there may be problems. Use a lens that weighs less than 450g.
 When adjusting the Automatic Level Control (ALC) of an auto
iris lens, use Av mode if available. If you use the Pk mode, the
picture brightness may change continuously.
C-Mount Lens: 10mm or less
CS-Mount Lens: 5mm or less
y When Using a C-Mount Lens
1. Remove the protective glass cover at the
front of this product and turn the C-Mount
Adapter clockwise to install it.
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2. Turn the C-Mount lens clockwise to install it.
3. Combine the lens and adjust the focus
manually first. Then use SIMPLE FOCUS to
easily adjust the focus.
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 If the lens is too heavy, the camera becomes unbalanced and
connection
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Connecting to Monitor
Connect the Video OUT port on the rear panel of the camera to a monitor.
CCD
Camera
CCD
카메라
Monitor
모니터
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y As the connecting method varies with the instruments, refer to the manual supplied
with the instrument.
y Only connect the cable when the power is turned off.
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Connecting to Power
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Since power specifications differ depending on the model, make sure to check your model
name and specifications before connecting power.
You can connect power as shown in the following figure.
For AC / DC power
Since the power specification supports
both AC and DC, connect AC 24V, 500mA
Adaptor or DC 12V, 500mA Adaptor.
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When the resistance value of copper wire is at [20°C(68°F)]
#24 (0.22mm2)
#22 (0.33mm2)
#20 (0.52mm2)
Resistance value(/m)
0.078
0.050
0.030
#18 (0.83mm2)
0.018
Voltage Drop (V/m)
0.028
0.018
0.011
0.006
y As shown in the table above, voltage decreases as the wire gets longer.
Therefore use of an excessively long adaptor output line for connection to the camera
may affect the performance of the camera.
ö Standard voltage for camera operation : DC 12V±10%, AC 24V±10%
ö There may be some deviation in voltage drop depending on the type of wire and the
manufacturer.
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 Be sure to connect power only after all the installation is complete.
Control via RS-485 Interface
The camera can be controlled by using external controllers like a Remote controller. (RS-485
Communication)
(1) To control by PC
Connect the RS-485 control port of the camera and the serial cable through an RS-485
converter.
Example) PC Serial Port (COM1) ˆ Serial Cable ˆRS-485 Converter ˆ Camera RS-485Control Port.
(2) To control using a DVR or System Controller
Connect the RS-485 cable (TRX+, TRX-) to the connection port of the 485 control board
that is connected to the DVR or System Controller.
485 Control Board Connection Port
RS-485 Control Port
(+) CONNECTION TERMINAL (TRX+)
(- ) CONNECTION TERMINAL (TRX-)
485+
485-
* RS-485 Communication establishment initial value
Item
Initial value
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Camera ID
BAUD RATE
UART MODE
RET PKT
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19200
8-NONE-1
ENABLE
 To control the camera by constructing an additional controller, use the SAMSUNG-T, SAMSUNG-E,
PELCO-D, PELCO-P, BOSCH, HONEYWELL, VICON and PANASONIC, GE, AD protocol.
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connection
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Using Coaxial Communications
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y Coaxial Communications System
y OSD Control method
y If you set the sensitivity level of the sub menu item (of COAX) to “Low”, you have to
press the MENU/ENTER (OSD KEY) button twice in a row to access the OSD menu.
(To prevent an error by noise from the DVR)
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CAMERA
DVR
CONTROLLER
SET
MENU/ENTER
OSD KEY
UP
UP KEY
JOYSTICK UP
DOWN
DOWN KEY
JOYSTICK DOWN
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LEFT
LEFT KEY
JOYSTICK LEFT
D
RIGHT
RIGHT KEY
JOYSTICK RIGHT
W
B
P
DVR
ALARM
HDD
NETWORK
BACKUP
REC
REC
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DVD RECORDER
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ZOOM
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TELE
WIDE
VIEW
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MODE
AUDIO
ALRAM
OPEN/CLOSE
FREEZE BACKUP SEARCH
PRESET
MENU
USB
S
RETURN
E
MENU
SEARCH
MULTI
REC
MENU
PRESET
CAM
MON
GROUP
PTZ
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DVR
TRACK
MTX
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6
SETUP
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7
FUNC
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ESC
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ENTER
CLOSE
OPEN
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NEAR
FAR
WIDE
TELE
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- Video Cable
The camera's video output port is connected to the monitor with a BNC coaxial
cable, shown below. If the distance between the camera and the monitor
exceeds the recommended maximum, please use an auxiliary video amp.
Distance
300m
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Recommended Cable
Specification
3C2V(RG-59/U)
450m
5C2V(RG-6/U)
600m
7C2V(RG-11/U)
 It is recommended that pure copper coax cable is used and not copper coated steel, as this will
cause issues with the communication over the coaxial cable.
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Menu Configuration
MAIN SETUP
LENS
● DC
● VIDEO
● MANUAL
EXPOSURE
● BRIGHTNESS
● SENS-UP
● SHUTTER
● RETURN
● AGC
WHITE BAL
● ATW
● MANUAL
● OUTDOOR
● AWC→SET
● INDOOR
BACKLIGHT
● OFF
● SSDR
● USER BLC
● WDR
● HLC
SSNR3
● ON
● OFF
DAY/NIGHT
● AUTO
● B/W
● EXTERN
● COLOR
PROFILE
● BASIC
● ITS
● DAY/NIGHT
● INDOOR
● BACKLIGHT
● USER
SPECIAL
● IMAGE ADJ
● INTELLIGENCE
● COMM ADJ
● CAM TITLE
● PRIVACY
● LANGUAGE
● SYNC
● DIS
● RETURN
EXIT
● SAVE
● NOT SAVE
● RESET
Menu Setup
Use the Function Setup button within the camera.
1. Press the SET button for more than three seconds.
UP button
SET button
LEFT button
DOWN button
RIGHT button
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y Main SETUP menu is displayed on the monitor screen.
MAIN SETUP
Select the
function using
the Function
Setup button
䯝 1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
4. BACKLIGHT
5. SSNR3
6. DAY/NIGHT
7. PROFILE
8. SPECIAL
9. EXIT
Change the status by
moving the setup
switch left or right.
DC
ATW
OFF
ON
AUTO
BASIC
SAVE
2. Select a desired function using the Function Setup button.
y Place the cursor over a desired item.
3. Set up a selected item by using The Function Setup button.
4. To finish the setting, select ‘EXIT’ and press The set button .
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 An item with the
icon also has sub menus. To select a sub menu, select an item with the icon
and press the set button.
 An item with the --- icon is unavailable due to function settings.
LENS
Using this function, you can control the screen brightness.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed, select‘LENS’by using the Function
Setup button so that the arrow indicates‘LENS’.
2. Select the connected lens type by using the Function Setup button.
y DC/Video : Select Auto Iris Lens.
You can adjust the minimum
shutter and maximum value of
ESC shutter mode when DC
Lens mode is selected.
MAIN SETUP
䯝 1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
y Manual : Select Manual Lens.
3. Each Lens mode has sub menu site as listed below.
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DC
ATW
1) Set your focus to the next sequence.
y FOCUS initialization : Move the focus to the default (BFL).
y Lens adjustment : Manually adjusts the lens focus and make an image
look clearer.
y AFTER D/N : Automatically adjust the focus of the video.
2) ER D/N : After D or N is switched, select whether to use the focus
readjustment function.
- IRIS SPEED (DC) : Adjusts the Iris control speed of the DC lens. If the control speed is
too slow or fast, please use this menu to adjust the speed.
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 When using VIDEO lens, adjust the lens VR explained below first and set the focus using 'FOCUS
ADJ' menu.
 If color rolling occurs when using a DC lens, set Shutter to ---.
 Some lenses may not work properly, depending on the setting of the BRIGHTNESS LEVEL.
 When Using a Video-Type Auto Iris Lens
1) Adjust the ALC adjustment terminal on the lens appropriately. In general, set it to AV
(Average).
2) Adjust the ALC adjustment terminal on the lens appropriately. In general, set it to AV
(Average).
3) Set AGC to OFF and adjust the Lens VR to an appropriate brightness.
4) Adjust the Lens VR, adjust the BRIGHTNESS, and then check if the screen brightness
changes properly. Otherwise, adjust the Lens VR again.
※ Lens’ level VR may not operate depending on the type of lens.
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- Brightness (DC, Manual) : Adjusts the video brightness.
- Level (VIDEO) : Adjusts the level of video iris signals; the higher the level, the brighter
the video looks.
- FOCUS ADJ (DC, VIDEO) :
To correctly adjust the focus of LENS, activate the focus setup mode located at
the bottom of each lens menu.
Go to the focus setup menu to adjust the focus of the lens. Then exit from the
mode exit. (The VIDEO lens requires an extra step: go to the sub menu of the
Focus Settings mode and change the shutter speed to adjust the lens brightness.)
camera operation
EXPOSURE
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed,
select ‘EXPOSURE’ by using the Function
Setup button so that the arrow indicates
‘EXPOSURE’.
MAIN SETUP
1. LENS
䯝 2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
2. Select a desired mode using the Function
Setup button.
DC
ATW
EXPOSURE SETUP
y BRIGHTNESS : Adjusts the video brightness.
䯝 1.BRIGHTNESS
y SHUTTER : You can select the shutter.
2.SHUTTER
- ESC : Select this to control the shutter
3.AGC
speed automatically. If ESC is selected,
4.SENS-UP
the shutter speed is automatically
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controlled depending on the ambient
illumination of the subject.
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HIGH
OFF
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- MANUAL : You can control shutter speed manually.
(NTSC MODEL - 1/60sec~1/120,000sec, PAL MODEL - 1/50sec~1/120,000sec)
- A.FLK : Select this when you experience picture flicker, this happen when there is
a clash with the installed lighting frequency.
- EXTERN : Use the Shutter Speed Select Terminal on the back of the camera to
control the shutter speed via an external input. You can control the
desired speed as shown in the table below by connecting the terminal
to the Ground Terminal.
SHUTTER 1
SHUTTER 2
SHUTTER 3
1/60(1/50)
OFF
OFF
OFF
1/120(1/100)
ON
OFF
OFF
1/250
OFF
ON
OFF
1/500
ON
ON
OFF
1/700
OFF
OFF
ON
1/1000
ON
OFF
ON
1/1600
OFF
ON
ON
1/2500
ON
ON
ON
[Interlace Mode]
- --- : Shutter speed is fixed at 1/60 sec (1/50 sec).
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 When you use a DC lens, set the shutter mode to --- if color rolling occurs.
 When the SHUTTER is set to ESC after selecting the Internal Synchronization Type, the picture
may become unstable if the camera faces a bright fluorescent light. Therefore, take care when
choosing the installation position.
 When the SHUTTER is set to MANUAL or A.FLK mode, SENS-UP will be disabled.
 When using an external input, Connect the Shutter Speed Select Terminal to the Ground
Terminal.
y AGC(AUTO GAIN CONTROL) : The higher the gain level, the brighter the screen - but
the greater the noise.
- HIGH : Allows automatic gain control from 5.3dB to 42dB.
- OFF : Deactivates the AGC function.
- LOW : Allows automatic gain control from 5.3dB to 32dB.
y SENS-UP : When it is night or dark, the camera automatically detects the light level and
maintains a clear picture if this mode is activated.
- OFF : Deactivates the SENS-UP function.
- AUTO : Activates the SENS-UP function.
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 If you set the Function Setup button to ‘AUTO’ mode, You can adjust the brightness by
increasing or decreasing the shutter speed. (x2 ~ x512)
 Note that the higher the zoom level, the brighter the screen, but the more likely it is that an
after-image will appear.
 Although Noise, Spots, and Whitish symptoms may occur in SENS-UP operation when the zoom
level is increased, this is normal.
 If GAIN of EXPOSURE is not in use, the SENS-UP (Sensitivity-Up) is set to “---“.
y RETURN : Return to the SETUP menu.
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● CAMERA OPERATION
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camera operation
White Bal (White Balance)
Use the White Balance function to adjust the screen color.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed,
select ‘White Bal’ by using the Function
Setup button so that the arrow indicates
‘White Bal’ .
2. Select a desired mode using the Function
Setup button.
MAIN SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
䯝 3. WHITE BAL
4. BACKLIGHT
5. SSNR3
DC
ATW
OFF
ON
ö Select one of the following 5 modes, as appropriate for your purpose.
y ATW : Select this when the color temperature is between 2,400˚K and 10,500˚K.
y OUTDOOR : Select this when the color temperature is between 1,700˚K and 11,000˚K.
(sodium light inclusion) Select this When the color temperature of environment
surrounding the subject is out of the control range (e.g. clear sky, or sunset)
y INDOOR : Select this when the color temperature is between 4,500˚K and 8,500˚K.
y MANUAL : Select this to fine-tune White Balance manually. Set White Balance first by using
the ATW or AWC mode. After that button to MANUAL mode, fine-tune the
White Balance and the Function Setup button.
y AWC⳨SET : To find the optimal luminance level for the current environment, point the
camera towards a sheet of white paper and press the set button. If the
environment changes, readjust it.
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 White Balance may not work properly under the following conditions. In this case select the
OUTDOOR mode.
1) When the ambient illumination of the subject is dim.
2) If the camera is directed towards a fluorescent light or is installed in a place where illumination
changes dramatically, the White Balance operation may become unstable.
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The SCB-3003 is designed so that it delivers a distinctive subject and background at
the same time, even when the subject is in backlight, by adopting a function of the
proprietary SV-V DSP chip.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed,
select ‘BACKLIGHT’ by using the Function
Setup button. so that the arrow indicates
‘BACKLIGHT’.
2. Select a desired mode using the Function
Setup button depending on the camera
purpose.
MAIN SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
䯝 4. BACKLIGHT
5. SSNR3
y OFF : Not being used
y BLC : Enables a user to select a desired area on a
picture and view that area more clearly.
- LEVEL : Adjusts the brightness level of a
monitoring area.
- TOP/BOTTOM/LEFT/RIGHT :
Adjust the area to be enhanced.
DC
ATW
OFF
ON
BLC SETUP
䯝 1. LEVEL
2. TOP
3. BOTTOM
4. LEFT
5. RIGHT
6. RETURN
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HLC SETUP
This function masks the strong light to minimize
MIDDLE
white out due to over exposure and preserve much 䯝 1. LEVEL
NIGHT ONLY
2. LIMIT
of the on-screen details when the camera aims a
BLACK
3. MASK COLOR
strong light source.
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8. RIGHT
- MASK COLOR/TONE : Change the
9. RETURN
color / brightness of the masking area.
(Black, Red, Blue, Cyan, Magenta)
- TOP/BOTTOM/LEFT/RIGHT : Adjust the area to be enhanced.
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BACKLIGHT
camera operation
y SSDR (Samsung Super Dynamic Range) :
SSDR illuminates darker areas of an image while
SSDR SETUP
retaining the same light level for brighter areas
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high contrast between bright and dark areas.
Press SET to Return
Use the Function Setup button to change the
SSDR level in the sub menu according to the
contrast between bright and dark areas.
SSDR ON
8
SSDR OFF
y WDR : When there are both bright and dark areas at the same time, this mode makes
both areas distinctive.
- LIMIT : Adjust the WDR Sensitivity by
selecting LOW, MIDDLE, or HIGH.
- LEVEL : Adjust the WDR Brightness by
controlling the bar from 1 to 10.
- MODE : Indoor and outdoor backlight
conditions are appropriately selected.
- ANTI ROLLING : Rolling caused around a
fluorescent lamp is improved.
WDR SETUP
䯝 1. LIMIT
2. LEVEL
3. MODE
4. ANTI ROLLING
5. RETURN
3. Select a desired mode using the Function Setup button.
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INDOOR
OFF
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 Because there can be a difference in the effectiveness of HLC according to the amount of light
area in the screen, optimize the installation angle for the best HLC performance.
 When dark, the HLC is only activated when a bright light exceeding a specific size. (In NIGHT
ONLY mode).
mode).
 Using the WDR function, select the shutter mode can be either fixed or A.FLK in the DC and Video
lens. And in the manual lens, select the shutter mode can be only ESC.
 If you select the WDR, the following problems may occur depending on the lighting condition. So,




deactivate it if not necessary.
1) In the case colors are unnaturally changed and the screen is unnaturally displayed.
2) In the case a noise in the bright part of the screen occurs.
If you increase LIMIT, the screen display may be distorted.
If you use the VPS (Virtual Progressive Scan) function, the CCD reads differently so you can not use
WDR simultaneously. If you set VPS to ON, WDR will be automatically set to FIXED Mode.
The use of a DC lens than the manual lens is recommended to WDR optimal performance.
The D-ZOOM (Digital Zoom) and DIS (Digital Image Stabilization) functions are disabled if HLC
(Highlight Compensation) is enabled. (Set to “---“.)
SSNR3
This function reduces the background noise in a low luminance environment.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed,
select ‘SSNR3’ by using the Function Setup
button so that the arrow indicates ‘SSNR3’.
2. Select a desired mode using the Function
Setup button.
MAIN SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
4. BACKLIGHT
y ON : Activates SSNR3 so that noise is reduced. 䯝 5. SSNR3
6. DAY/NIGHT
y OFF : Deactivates SSNR3. Noise is not reduced.
7. PROFILE
3. Set the SSNR3 mode to ‘ON’ and press the
8. SPECIAL
set button. Then you can adjust the noise
9. EXIT
DC
ATW
OFF
ON
AUTO
BASIC
SAVE
reduction level.
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 You cannot set the SSNR3 to ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ when the AGC mode of the 'EXPOSURE' menu is ‘OFF’.
 When adjusting the noise reduction level in the SSNR3 mode, remember that the higher the level set,
the more the noise level will be reduced, as will the brightness of the image.
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 The HLC is not activated in day light or when bright light is not present at night. (In NIGHT ONLY
camera operation
DAY/NIGHT
You can display pictures in color or in black and white.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed,
select ‘DAY/NIGHT’ by using the Function
Setup button so that the arrow indicates
‘DAY/NIGHT’.
2. Select a desired mode using the Function
Setup button according to the picture
display you want.
MAIN SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
4. BACKLIGHT
5. SSNR3
䯝 6. DAY/NIGHT
7. PROFILE
8. SPECIAL
9. EXIT
DC
ATW
OFF
ON
AUTO
BASIC
y AUTO : The mode is switched to ’Color‘ in a
normal environment, but switches to ’B/W‘ mode
when ambient illumination is low. To set up the
AUTO SETUP
switching time for AUTO mode, press the set
button. You can turn on or off the burst signal on ▶ 1.BURST MODE
B/W mode.
2.COLOR→B/W
- DURATION : You can select the day/night
switching point.
- DWELL TIME : You can select day/night
switching delay time from.
→ 3s, 5s, 7s, 10s, 15s,
20s, 30s, 40, 60s
Color → B/W
DURATION
DWELL TIME
3.B/W→COLOR
DURATION
DWELL TIME
4.RETURN
SAVE
ON
FAST
5 SEC
FAST
10 SEC
B/W → Color
Fast
2.5 lux
5 lux
Slow
1 lux
7 lux
※ The day/night switching point of the camera can be adjusted.
y EXTERN : Ground to the grounding terminal to allow automatic switching between
COLOR and B/W (Black/White).
y COLOR : The picture is always displayed in color.
y B/W : The picture is always displayed in black and white.
You can turn on or off the burst signal on B/W mode.
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 When using a Video Auto Iris Lens, if you set the lens level to low, automatic switching between
Color and Black & White may not occur.
 If the GAIN of EXPOSURE menu is set to OFF, AUTO mode is not available to select.
 When using an external input, Connect the D & N Input Port to the Ground Terminal.
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1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed,
select ‘PROFILE’ by using the Function
Setup button so that the arrow indicates
‘PROFILE’.
MAIN SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
4. BACKLIGHT
5. SSNR3
6. DAY/NIGHT
䯝 7. PROFILE
8. SPECIAL
9. EXIT
DC
ATW
OFF
ON
AUTO
BASIC
SAVE
2. Select a desired mode using the Function Setup button according to the picture
display you want.
y BASIC : The most common environment is set to meet.
y DAY/NIGHT : It will be set automatically so it optimizes to the day or night conditions,
respectively.
y BACKLIGHT : It will be set automatically so you can distinguish the object from the
background in a severe backlighting scene.
y ITS : It will be set automatically so you can easily check the traffic conditions.
y INDOOR : It will be set automatically to help you take a picture in a regular indoor lighting
condition.
y USER : Automatically configures the camera to your custom settings.
1) Select Custom for Simple Setup mode.
2) Configure the menu options to your custom settings.
3) The settings are automatically saved as Custom mode.
4) Profile user mode don't initialize when menu resets.
3. In the PROFILE menu, you can confi gure the following camera settings at once.
SHUTTER
GAIN
WHITE BAL
BACKLIGHT
SSNR3
DAY/NIGHT
BASIC
ESC
HIGH
ATW
OFF
ON
AUTO
DAYNIGHT BACKLIGHT
ITS
ESC
ESC
MANUAL(1/250)
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
ATW
ATW
OUTDOOR
OFF
USER BLC
OFF
ON
ON
ON
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
INDOOR
A.FLK
HIGH
INDOOR
OFF
ON
AUTO
USER
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PROFILE
SPECIAL
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed,
select ‘SPECIAL’ by using the Function
Setup button so that the arrow indicates
‘SPECIAL’.
2. Select a desired mode using the Function
Setup button.
MAIN SETUP
1. LENS
2. EXPOSURE
3. WHITE BAL
4. BACKLIGHT
5. SSNR3
6. DAY/NIGHT
7. PROFILE
䯝 8. SPECIAL
9. EXIT
y IMAGE ADJ :
DC
ATW
OFF
ON
AUTO
BASIC
SAVE
SPECIAL
1) When the SPECIAL menu screen is 䯝 1. IMAGE ADJ
2. CAM TITLE
displayed, select ‘IMAGE ADJ’ by using
3. SYNC
the Function Setup button so that the
4. INTELLIGENCE
arrow indicates ‘IMAGE ADJ’.
5. PRIVACY
2) Select a desired mode using the Function
Setup button.
6. DIS
7. COMM ADJ
8. LANGUAGE
9. RETURN
OFF
INT
OFF
OFF
OFF
ENGLISH
- Monitor : Please change the settings value
IMAGE SETUP
of video appropriate to your monitor.
䯝 1.MONITOR
LCD
2.VPS
OFF
• LCD: Please select this menu item
3.REVERSE
OFF
when using an LCD monitor. You can
4.PIP
OFF
change the gamma, PED level and
5.D-ZOOM
OFF
color gain in the sub menus.
BLUE
6.FONT COLOR
• CRT: Please select this menu item
7.SHARPNESS
ON
when using a CRT monitor. You can
8.RETURN
change the PED level, color gain in
the sub menus.
LCD MONITOR
• USER : Please use this menu item
when using a monitor other than
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0.55
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the sub menus.
RESET
Press SET to Return
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- VPS(Virtual Progressive Scan) :
This is an advanced technology that reproduces a sharp progressive image. This is
appropriate to high quality recording and file transfer via the Internet.
• OFF : You don’t reverse the picture.
• H-REV : You can flip the picture horizontally on the screen.
• V-REV : You can flip the picture vertically on the screen.
• HV-REV : You can flip the picture horizontally and vertically on the screen.
- PIP(Picture in Picture) : Displays a full-size
PIP SETUP
image along with the thumbnail to provide
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the thumbnail is adjustable.
- D-ZOOM : You can use a digital zoom
of x1 ~ x16.
3. RETURN
- FONT COLOR : You can change the OSD
font color. (White, Yellow, Green, Red, Blue)
SHARPNESS
- SHARPNESS : As you increase this value,
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the picture outline becomes stronger and
clearer. Adjust this value appropriately
Press SET to Return
depending on the sharpness of the picture.
ER mode is resolution priority. Using the
mode may cause deterioration (Thermalization)the video quality.
- RETURN : Return to the SPECIAL menu.
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 When the V-REV or H-REV mode is enabled, the text on the screen does not flip.
 If you increase the SHARPNESS level too high, the picture may become distorted or noise may
appear.
y CAM TITLE : If you enter a title, the title will appear on
the monitor.
1) If the SPECIAL menu screen is displayed, use
the Function Setup button so that the arrow
indicates ‘CAM TITLE’.
2) Set it to ‘ON’ by using the Function Setup
button.
CAMERA TITLE SETUP
A B C
N O P
a b c
n o p
- . 0
←→
D E
Q R
d e
q r
1 2
CL
F G H I J K L M
S T U V W X Y Z
f g h i j k l m
s t u v w x y z
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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• OFF : Selects 2:1 Interlaced Scan as the Imaging Method.
• ON : Selects Progressive Scan as the Imaging Method.
- REVERSE : You can reverse the picture.
camera operation
3) Press the set button.
4) Use the Function Setup button to move to a desired letter and select the letter
by pressing the set button. Repeat this to enter multiple letters. You can enter
up to 15 letters.
5) Enter a title, move the cursor to ‘POS’ and press
the set button. The entered title appears on the
screen. Select the position to display the title on
the screen by using the Function Setup button
and press the set button. When the position
is determined, select ‘END’ and press the set
button to return to the SPECIAL menu.
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FRONT DOOR
 When the CAM TITLE menu is ‘OFF’, no title will be displayed on the monitor screen even if you enter one.
 and Numbers are available in this mode.
 If you move the cursor to CLR and press the set button, all the letters are deleted. To edit a letter,
change the cursor to the bottom left arrow and press the set button. Move the cursor over the
letter to be edited, move the cursor to the letter to be inserted and then press the set button.
y SYNC : In areas where the supply is at
SYNC
60Hz(NTSC), 50Hz(PAL) frequency,
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you can synchronize the output
phase of multiple cameras using
Press SET to Return
the power synchronization function (Line-Lock) without using a
synchronization signal generator.
- INT : Internal Synchronization Type
- L/L : Power Synchronization Type, Line-lock
1) Press the set button.
2) You can select a desired phase from 0 to 359 when select 'phase'.
- EXTERN : The camera can use the external power source frequency for
the synchronization. Regardless of the input voltage the EXTERN MODE is
available only when an external trigger signal input into camera.
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 When using AC power at 60Hz(NTSC), 50Hz(PAL) frequency, you can use the L/L type
synchronization.
 When the power is DC 12V, the SYNC menu is fixed to the ‘INT’ mode.
 When using an external input, the signal level must be +3 V (60 Hz ± 0.2). Otherwise, the
camera may malfunction and/or become damaged.
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r,
- MOTION : Select motion types to detect.
• OFF : Not being used.
• DETECTION : Since the camera
detects motion without any additional
external sensor, you can monitor
activity more efficient.
INTELLIGENCE
䯝 1. MOTION
2. DETECT BOX
3. ALARM OUT
4. DETECT AREA
5. MASK AREA
#
6. SENSITIVITY
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8. RETURN
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• TRACKING : Commands the camera
to detect and trace a moving object.
- FENCE : You can select up to 4
FENCE.
- MODE : Determines whether to use
the fence selected in the FENCE.
- TYPE : Two types, line and area,
of fences are available.
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y INTELLIGENCE :
Commands the camera to motion-detect and
trace an object.
TRACKING
䯝 1. FENCE
2. MODE
3. TYPE
4. COUNT
5. FILL
# 6. POSITION
7. RETURN
FENCE1
OFF
LINE
OFF
OFF
- COUNT : Displays how many times
a subject passes over the fence on the screen.
- FILL : Fill or remove color from the FENCE.
- POSITION :Defines the position and detection direction of a line or
fenced area.
1) LINE FENCE
- SEL POS : Selects a position from
POS1,POS2.
LINE FENCE
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- X POS / Y POS : Adjust the size and #
position of the selected line fence.
#
POS1
2. X POS
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4. DIRECTION
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y DIR1 : Detects objects moving left
5. RETURN
to right on the fence line.
y DIR2 : Detects objects moving right to left on the fence line.
y DIR1/2 : Detects all objects moving crosswise on the fence line.
- RETURN : Return to the TRACKING menu.
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2) AREA FENCE
- SEL POS : Selects a position from
AREA FENCE
POS1 ~ POS4.
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4. DIRECTION
IN
- DIRECTION
5. RETURN
y IN : Detects objects entering the
fenced area.
y OUT : Detects objects exiting the fenced area
y IN/OUT : Detects all objects entering and exiting the fenced area.
- RETURN : Return to the TRACKING menu.
- FENCE: Return to the INTELLIGENCE menu.
• FIXED/MOVED : Detects an object that emerges or disappears from the
screen, or stays onscreen without movement.
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 A detection (FIXED/MOVED) error may occur if :
- multiple motions occur continuously in random directions
- a fixed object moves in one position continuously
- a second object screens the fi rst moving object
- DETECT BOX : Outlines an object on the screen in a box when its movement
matches a custom Motion Type.
- ALARM OUT : Releases a signal from the MD Output Port on the back of the
camera when an object’s movement matches a custom Motion Type.
- DETECT AREA : Motion Detection and
DETECT AREA
tracking will only occur within this defined
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exception area to mask.Select a mask area
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number and specify the size and position.
• AREA : You can select up to 4 areas.
• MODE : Determines whether to use
the area selected in the
AREA.
• TOP / BOTTOM / LEFT / RIGHT :
Adjust the size and position of the
selected area.
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MASK AREA
䯝 1.AREA
2.MODE
3.TOP
4.BOTTOM
5.LEFT
6.RIGHT
7.RETURN
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• RETURN : Select this to save the MASK AREA menu settings and return
to the INTELLIGENCE menu.
- SENSITIVITY : Set the sensitivity of the motion detection. When you adjust the
lower level, the more sensitive.
- RETURN : Return to the SPECIAL menu.
y PRIVACY :
Mask an area you want to hide on the screen.
1) When the SPECIAL menu screen is
PRIVACY AREA SETUP
displayed, press the set button so that
䯝 1. AREA
AREA1
the arrow indicates ‘PRIVACY’.
2.
MODE
OFF
2) Set up the mode using the Function
3.
MASK
COLOR
GREEN
Setup button.
4. TRANSPARENCY
OFF
- AREA : You can select up to 12 PRIVACY areas.
L_TOP
5. SEL POS
- MODE : Determines whether to use the
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- MASK COLOR : Determine area color.
8. RETURN
You can select Green, Red, Blue, Black,
White, Gray.
- TRANSPARENCY : Adds or removes transparency from the masking area.
- SEL POS/ XPOS/ YPOS : Adjust the size and position of the selected area.
- RETURN : Return to the SPECIAL menu.
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 In case two functions, PRIVACY and FENCE of intelligence video are simultaneously set up to
be overlapped, PRIVACY masking is exposed partially due to the transparency trait of the
FENCE.
y DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer) : This function mitigates any picture movement due to
external factors such as wind.
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 As the DIS function uses the digital zoom, the camera's resolution will decrease.
 DIS doesn’t operate when background illumination is too low.
 DIS doesn’t operate when object pattern is monotonic as like sky or white wall.
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- DETECT SIZE : Selects an object size to detect on the screen. When you
adjust higher levels, the more larger size.
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y COMM ADJ (Communication Adjustment) :
This function sets up the camera communication status when controlling the camera
through an external control device.
1) When the SPECIAL menu screen is
displayed, press the set button so that the
arrow indicates ‘COMM ADJ’.
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2. BAUD RATE
19200
3. UART MODE
8-N-1
4. RET PKT
ENABLE
OFF
5. DISP ID
SAMSUNG-T
6. PROTOCOL
7. COAX
ON
8. RETURN
2) Set up the mode using the Function
Setup button.
- CAM ID : Determines the camera's identification
number (between 0 and 255).
- BAUD RATE : You can select 2400/4800/9600/
19200/38400/57600 bps.
- UART MODE : You can select NONE, EVEN or ODD for the parity bits.
- RET PKT : Determines whether to send a command back to the controller device when a
communication control command is sent to the camera.
- DISP ID : Display camera title on top left corner of the screen.
- PROTOCOL : Select the communication PROTOCOL. (SAMSUNG-T, SAMSUNG-E , PELCO-D,
PELCO-P, BOSCH, HONEYWELL, VICON, PANASONIC, GE and AD)
- COAX : You can select whether to use COAX communication.
If you use the COAX communication, you prevent malfunctions by selecting
low sensitivity levels against noise.
- RETURN : Rreturn to the SPECIAL menu.
y LANGUAGE : You can select the menu language according to your requirements.
y RETURN : Return to the MAIN SETUP menu.
EXIT
Select a desired EXIT mode using the Function Setup button depending on the
camera purpose.
y SAVE : Save the current settings and exit the MAIN SETUP menu.
y NOT SAVE : Do not save the current settings and exit the MAIN SETUP menu.
y RESET : Resets the camera settings to the factory defaults. Communication,
Language and Monitor settings are not initialized.
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Troubleshooting
If you have trouble operating your camera, refer to the following table.
If the guidelines do not enable you to solve the problem, contact an authorized technician.
Problems
Troubleshooting
Nothing appears on the screen.
y Check that the power cord and line connection between the
camera and monitor are properly connected.
y Check that you have properly connected BNC cable to the camera.
y Check the type of lens.
The image on the screen is dim.
y Is lens stained with dirt? Clean your lens with soft, clean cloth.
y Set the monitor or DVR to the proper condition.
y If the camera is exposed to very strong light, change the camera
position.
The image on the screen is dark.
y Adjust the contrast feature of the monitor or DVR.
y If you have an intermediate device, set the 75Ω / Hi-z properly.
The camera is not working
properly, and the surface of the
camera is hot.
y Check that you have properly connected the camera to an
appropriate power source.
he DAY/NIGHT menu does not work. Check that AGC of EXPOSURE SETUP menu is ‘OFF’.
The SENS-UP function does not
work.
y Check that AGC of EXPOSURE SETUP menu is ‘OFF’.
y Check that SHUTTER of EXPOSURE SETUP menu is ‘A.FLK’ or
‘MANUAL’.
The INTELLIGENCE function does
not work.
y Check that INTELLIGENCE of menu is ‘OFF’.
Color is not correct.
y Check the setting of WHITE BAL SETUP menu
The screen flickers continually.
y Ensure the camera is not pointing towards the sun.
When coaxial communication is not y Make sure that the camera and monitor are installed within the
recommended distance.
available
y Use the video amplifier equivalent to coaxitron if the recommended
installation distance is exceeded.
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● TROUBLESHOOTING
D,
troubleshooting
specifications
Specifications
SCB-3003N
SCB-3003P
M
Video
Imaging Device
1/3 Super HAD CCD II (Double Scan)
P
Total Pixels
1,028(H) x 508(V)
1,028(H) x 596(V)
Effective Pixels
976(H) x 494(V)
976(H) x 582(V)
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Scanning System
2:1 Interlace
Synchronization
Internal / Line-Lock / Extern
Frequency
H : 15.734KHz / V : 59.94Hz
Horizontal Resolution
Color : 700 TV lines(ER mode).
B/W : 700 TV lines
D
Min. Illumination
Color : 0.1Lux @ F1.2, 0.0002 Lux (Sens-up, 512x)
B/W : 0.01 Lux @ F1.2, 0.00002 Lux ( Sens-up, 512x )
P
S / N Ratio
52dB (AGC off, Weight on)
V
Video Output
CVBS : 1.0 Vp-p / 75 composite
I
G
W
H : 15.625KHz / V : 50Hz
E
S
R
P
Lens Type
Focus Control
Simple Focus / Manual / After DN
A
Lens Type
Manual / Auto Iris (Video/DC)
C
Mount Type
C/CS
P
Operational
Multi-language Support
English, French, German, Spanish,
Italian, Chinese, Russian, Polish,
Czech, Romanian, Serbian, Swedish,
Danish, Turkish, Portuguese
E
On Screen Display
Multi-language Support
English, Japanese, Spanish,
French, Portuguese,Korean
Camera Title
Off / On (Displayed 15 characters)
I
Day & Night
Auto (ICR) / External / Color / B/W
P
O
/
E
Backlight Compensation Off / User BLC / HLC / SSDR / WDR
M
Wide Dynamic Range
52dB (AGC off, Weight on)
C
Contrast Enhancement
SSDR
D
Digital Noise Reduction
SSNRII ( Off / On )
Digital Image Stabilization Off / On
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SCB-3003P
Built-in
Privacy Masking
Off / On (12 programmable zones with polygonal masking)
Sens-up
(Frame Integration)
2x ~ 512x
Gain Control
Off / Low / High
White Balance
ATW / Outdoor / Indoor / Manual / AWC (1,700K° ~ 11,000K°)
Electronic Shutter
Speed
1/60 ~ 1/120,000 sec
1/50 ~ 1/120,000 sec
Digital Zoom
Off / On (1x ~ 16x)
Reverse
Off / H-Rev / V-Rev / HV-Rev
Profile
Basic, Day & Night, Backlight, ITS, Indoor, User
VPS
Off / On
Intelligent Video
Fixed_Moved, Fence, Tracking, Detection, Counting
PIP
Off / On
Alarm
1 Out
Communication
Coaxial Control, RS-485
Protocol
Coax : Pelco-C (Coaxitron)
RS-485: Samsung-T, Samsung-E, Pelco-D, Pelco-P, Panasonic,
Bosch, Honeywell, Vicon, GE, AD
Environmental
Operating Temperature
/ Humidity
-10°C ~ +55°C / Less than 90% RH
Electrical
Input Voltage
Dual ( 24VAC±10% & 12VDC±10% )
Power Consumption
Max. 5.4W
Mechanical
Color / Material
Black, Silver / Aluminum, Plastic
Dimension (WxHxD)
73.1 x 67.2 x 123.9 mm (2.88” x 2.65” x 4.88”) excluding projections
Weight
285g
※ The specifi cation for this product may change without prior notice for product improvement.
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● SPECIFICATIONS
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SCB-3003N
Motion Detection
Dimension
Unit: mm
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MEMO
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