SLC-171C Camera

Model SLC-171C

Weatherproof Pan/Tilt 22X Optical Zoom Speed Dome

Owner’s Manual

15540 Herriman Blvd. Noblesville, IN 46060 - Customer Support 1-800-774-0284

www.security-labs.com

Important Safety Measures

1) Please read this manual before installing the equipment.

2) Please follow all warning notices on the equipment and in the manual.

3) Please only use accessories which are recommended by your dealer or ones that are listed at the end of this manual.

4) Please protect cables well, especially near connection points.

5) Prevent corrosive type liquids from coming in contact with the dome.

6) Do not install equipment on unstable surfaces or structures. High winds can cause a poorly installed dome to become a hazard.

7) Contact customer service @ 1-800-774-0284 for maintenance issues.

8) The input voltage of this equipment is 12VDC. Please only use the power supply that comes with the unit.

CONTENTS

Important Safety Measures………………………………………………… 2

Dome Operation, Use, & Installation

1. Dome Wiring…………………………………………………..……………. 3

2. Installation………………………………………………….………………. 3

3. Switch Settings………………….…………………...………………..…... 4

4. Camera ID Settings……………………………………………...………... 4

5. Communication Protocol Setting……….………………………..……. 5

6. Baud Rate Setting………………………………………………..……….. 5

7. Camera Selection..…………………...………………………….……….. 6

8. Basic Function & Operation……………………………………….……. 6

9. Presets………………………………..……………………..………...……. 6

10. Tour Groups………………..…..………………………………..….……. 8

11. Horizontal Scanning…………..…………………………….……..……. 9

12. Pan/Tilt/Zoom Lens Matching……………………….………..………. 10

13. Auto Flip…………………………………………………………………....10

14. Screen Characters………………………………………………………..10

15. Display Zoom…………………………………………………………...…10

16. Camera Specifications…………………………………………………...11

17. SW1 Camera Address Code Switch Settings………………………..12

18. Optional Accessories…………………………………………………….13

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1. Wiring

CAUTION

Please confirm the supply voltage meets the requirements of the dome camera’s power supply.

Wiring for Dome System

100 feet of CAT5E twisted pair cable, and a 12VDC power supply is included with your dome camera.

Additional CAT5E cable can be purchased from a variety of stores or distributors and easily spliced to your cable. Up to 1,000 feet of cable can be successfully used on an installation. More distance can be achieved with the use of an amplifier. Call our customer service line for information on current models of amplifiers.

The RS-485 communication signal is sent over one twisted pair while the video is sent over another twisted pair. Video balun transformers are included to connect the video output of the dome to the

CAT5E cable, and to connect the CAT5E cable to your DVR or other control device.

Please make sure to follow polarity markings (+ and -) on the video baluns and the RS-485 connections.

Wires coming from dome:

12VDC Power Supply Jack

RS-485 Communication Cable RS-485 A , + RS-485B-

Coax video cable with connector for balun transformer.

Remarks: Please refer to the indications of the labels on the cables.

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2. Installation Requirements

1) To ensure proper operation make sure the 12 VDC power supply packed with your dome camera is securely connected to an indoor 120VAC outlet near the location of the dome.

Power Supply is not

made for outdoor use. The use of a UL Approved extension cord is acceptable. Please consult your local electrical codes for specific information.

2) Secure the included wall or ceiling (pendant) bracket to hold a minimum of five times the total weight of your dome assembly. High winds can cause your dome assembly to be torn away from its location and become a hazard. The included lag screws are provided for your convenience to mount the brackets directly to a wood support beam or joist, and anchors for concrete block mortar joints. Your particular installation situation should be carefully planned, and the proper mounting hardware should be used in all cases. Please consult with a professional installer if you are not well acquainted with this type of construction project.

3) Mark the location for the bracket mounting screws and drill the appropriate size holes for your installation. Run wiring from the dome through the bracket, and attach the dome to the bracket exerting equal pressure on the three screws around the neck of the dome. Connect the house wiring from the control unit or DVR to the dome before mounting the dome if access to the dome wiring will be limited after mounting.

BE SURE TO MOUNT THE BRACKET SECURELY TO THE BUILDING OR POLE

STRUCTURE. Notice: If installed outdoors, please make sure all seals are tight to prevent water

from entering the dome. Caulk may be used around the building side of the wall or ceiling

bracket.

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3. Switch Settings

Please confirm the communications protocol (i.e Pelco-D, Pelco-P, etc.), baud ratio & camera ID match your DVR or control system. The corresponding switch positions are below:

Switch 2

Switch 1

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4. Camera ID Setting

This speed dome camera requires setting of the ID before use. The ID set by an 8-segment ID setup switch (SW2) on the main PCB. The binary system ID setup range is : 00000000-1111111. Digital “1” equals switch ON, and digital “0” equals OFF, for example:

The positions from 1 to 8 of SW2 are used for camera ID setting.

Switch SW2

ON

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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This ID setup switch shows 10010011,corresponding to ID148. Each camera ID setting and OSD are entered as below:

O

FF

O

N

Switch Position

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

O

FF

O

N

O

FF

O

FF

O

FF

O

FF

O

FF

O

FF

O

FF

O

FF

O

FF

O

FF

O

FF

O

FF

O

FF

O

FF

O

N

O

N

O

FF

O

N

O

FF

O

N

O

FF

O

N

O

FF

O

N

O

FF

O

N

O

FF

O

N

OSD

000

001

002

255

CAM

Selection

CAM-001

CAM-002

CAM-003

CAM-255

Other ID numbers can be setup according to the Address Code Correspondence Table at the end of the manual.

5. Communication Protocol Setting

The #3 & #4 positions of SW1 on PCB are used for setting the communication protocol as below:

Switch

Position

Protocol

3 4

OFF OFF

OFF ON

ON OFF

State Standard

PELCO-D

PELCO-P

6. Baud Ratio Setting

The #5 & #6 positions of SW1 on the PCB are used for setting baud ratio as below:

Switch

Position Baud Ratio

5 6

OFF OFF

OFF ON

ON OFF

ON ON

1200 bps

2400 bps

4800 bps

9600 bps

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7. Camera Selection

The #7 & #8 positions of SW1 on PCB are used for camera selection. The protocol used for the included zoom module is equivalent to the LG standard and is preset at our factory.

#7

Position

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

#8

Position

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

Camera Zoom Module

SONY Zoom Module

CNB Zoom Module

HITACHI Zoom Module

LG Zoom Module

8. Basic Function & Operation

This speed dome camera can be controlled by Keyboard, Matrix, DVR or Network Video Server etc.

Under the control of these devices, this camera can achieve pan/tilt movement, lens control, preset, synchronized scanning, and OSD functions.

Pan & Tilt Rotation

Use the direction arrows on the front panel of your DVR or a joystick controller to control pan and tile functions. The moving speed of the dome camera depends on the offset size of the joystick, the speed range is from 0.3°/sec to 200°/sec.

Lens Operations

Zoom

Press the buttons of the ZOOM controls until the screen displays the picture that you need.

Focus

Your camera has Auto-focus. Press the FOCUS controls of your equipment if further adjustment is needed. Also, bumping the pan or zoom control can cause your Auto-focus function to readjust.

Your PTZ dome can memorize preset positions. Areas of high activity or concern can be viewed quickly by “Calling” a “Preset”. This action will pan, tilt, and zoom the camera to a predetermined view within a fraction of the time it would take for you to do the same thing manually. A digital controller or “Joy Stick” may be needed to operate more than than the number of memorized presets available from your DVR.

Preset operation can be divided into two processes, "Setting" and "Call".

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9. Presets

Entering Presets

Preset positions can be set with your control equipment. Some DVRs have the ability to do this directly

(i.e. Security Labs Pro line, and Piczel Dual-Codec models). Typically the PTZ is adjusted to a target view, a <SET> button on the DVR is pressed, and then a number or channel button

Preset Call

To view a preset position with most DVRs, a <CALL> button is pressed followed by the earlier programmed number or channel button.

Please refer to the DVR or controller’s instructions for specific information on both functions.

When using preset functions, the typical accuracy for horizontal and vertical duplication of stopping points is within 0.3°.

There are total 100 presets from 1-30 and 59-128 that can be set by this speed dome. A digital controller or “joystick” may be required to obtain an extended number of presets.

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Specific Preset Commands

Preset numbers from 31 to 58 are defined as specific commands and not used as single presets.

Please refer to the following table for details of these presets and commands.

Preset

Trigger

Mode

Function

31~38

40

41

42

Setting enter into the tour group setting

Call start the tour group

Call tour group setting or pan scanning with low speed

Call

Call tour group setting or pan scanning with middle speed tour group setting or pan scanning with high speed

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

54

Call

Call the stay time is 3 seconds for scanning tour group setting the stay time is 5 seconds for scanning tour group setting

Call the stay time is 7 seconds for scanning tour group setting

Call enter/escape camera menu

Call screen characters On/Off

Call color/B-W switchable

Call pan/tilt speed change along with zoom change

Call pan/tilt speed change not along with zoom change

Call display camera model

Call not display camera model

Call display zoom change icon

Call not display zoom change icon

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10. Tour Groups

Tour group scanning combines auto scanning between a series of presets with a certain sequence and a certain speed, and stay a certain time at each preset. The scanning speed and the stay time at each preset can be set according to the user's actual requirements.

The presets arranged by a certain sequence combine to make a tour group. A total of eight tour groups can be set, named from preset numbers #31 to #38. Each group may include multiple presets from 2 entries to 64 entries. The groups can be set at anytime, and any group can be called randomly.

Each called preset will be added to the tour group followed by the calling sequence, and the scanning sequence will be according to this sequence. The maximum total 64 entries of presets can be set by each tour group.

Tour Group Setting

Example for #31 tour group: a. #31 preset setting-------enter into #31 tour group setting--------input “31”,then press the key [preset] b. Press Key [2], press Key [Call] c. Press Key [6], press Key [Call] d. Press Key [12], press Key [Call] e. Press Key [5], press Key [Call]

② f. Press Key [20], press Key [Call] g. Press Key [18], press Key [Call] h. Press Key [31], press Key [Call]-------end setting #31 tour group, save and run the group.

Notice: After finishing setup of the tour groups, it’s not allowed to amend single preset. If you want to delete or add a preset, the tour group should be setup again.

Start Tour Group Scanning

Call the number of tour group, then the corresponding tour group can be started.

If you want to start #32 tour group, input "32" on the control keyboard, and then press the key [call].

Stop Tour Group Scanning

Operate the pan/tilt rotation by hand, the middle speed dome will stop the running the current tour group.

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Scanning Speed Setting

The scanning speed of the tour group has three levels you can setup randomly.

[40]+[Call]--------- setting tour group scanning with low speed

[41]+[Call]--------- setting tour group scanning with middle speed

[42]+[Call]--------- setting tour group scanning with high speed

If you want to set the tour group scanning with middle speed, input "41" on the control keyboard, and then press the key [call].

Stay Time For Preset Setting

Stay time for each preset of the tour group can be setup as 3 seconds, 5 seconds or 7 seconds.

[43]+[Call]--------- setting stay time for preset of the group is 3 seconds

[44]+[Call]--------- setting stay time for preset of the group is 5 seconds

[45]+[Call]--------- setting stay time for preset of the group is 7 seconds

If you wish to setup the stay time for preset as 7 seconds, input "45" on the control keyboard, and then press the key [call].

11. Horizontal Scanning

Horizontal scanning can limit the range between the left and right observation the area between these two presets.

Horizontal Scanning Setting

Horizontal scanning can be achieved through the scanning function of a tour group. That is to only setup two presets of the tour group. When starting the tour group, the speed dome will scan between these two presets.

For example, set #32 tour group as horizontal scanning, operation like as below: a. #32 preset setting------- enter into setting state of #32 tour group---------input “32”,then press the key

[preset]. b. [2]+[Call] -------left limiting space of horizontal scanning c. [6]+[Call]---------right limiting space of horizontal scanning

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Start Horizontal Scanning

Call the number of tour group which has been set as horizontal scanning, and then the corresponding horizontal scanning can be started.

If you want to start horizontal scanning of #32 tour group, input "32" on the control keyboard, then press the key [call].

Stop Horizontal Scanning

Operate pan/tilt rotation by hand, the middle speed dome will stop the running horizontal scanning.

Horizontal Scanning Speed Setting

The method for setting horizontal scanning of the middle speed dome is the same as the method for setting scanning speed of the tour group, the speed is divided into three grades you can setup randomly.

[40]+[Call]--------- setting scanning with low speed

[41]+[Call]--------- setting scanning with middle speed

[42]+[Call]--------- setting scanning with high speed

If you wish to setup the horizontal scanning with middle speed, input “41” on the control keyboard, then press the key [call].

12. Pan/Tilt Speed and Zoom Lens Automatic Matching

This speed dome has the function of pan/tilt speed and zoom lens automatic matching. When the function is ON, the pan/tilt speed will auto decrease when the zoom lens is increased helping you track objects far away.

[49]+[Call]--------- pan/tilt speed change when zoom changes

[50]+[Call]--------- no pan/tilt speed change when zoom changes

13. Auto Flip 180°

When this speed dome camera moves to a vertical and horizontal position of 90°, the camera will auto level flip 180° to correct the view orientation.

14. Screen Characters - On/Off

[57]+[Call]--------- screen characters On/Off

This speed dome has on screen display such as camera numbers, zoom lens variable icon, focal variable character and icon. The state ON or OFF for this function can be setup as below.

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15. Display Zoom - Change Icon

[53]+[Call]--------- display zoom change icon

[54]+[Call]--------- not display zoom change icon

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16. Camera Specifications

Image Device 1/4" Color Sony Super HAD (Hi-Res.)

Picture Elements NTSC:768x494, PAL:752x582

Resolution 470 TVL

Min. Illumination 0.7 Lux / F1.6

S/N Ratio More than 48dB

Electronic Shutter NTSC:1/60~1/30,000, PAL:1/50~1/30,000

Flickerless Mode On / Off (NTSC:1/100, PAL:1/120)

Iris Control Auto / Manual

Lens Furnished 22x Auto Focus Zoom (3.9~85.8mm / F1.6~3.7)

Digital Zoom Ratio Basic 16x (Total Zoom Ratio 352x),

2x~16x variable

Min. Shutting Distance 0.01m (Wide), 1.0m (Tele)

Camera Control RS-232 (TTL Level)

Remote Control 6-pin Dry Contact Connector: Tele, Wide, Near, Far, Menu, GND

Compatible Protocol LG

Zoom Speed 5 / 7 / 9 sec mode

Zoom / Focus Preset 128 preset points

Focus Mode Auto / Manual / Push Auto

On Screen Display Set-up menu

Negative / Positive On / Off

Day / Night On / Off

Color Control On / Off

Brightness Control Manual

Wide Burst On / Off

White Balance Auto / Hue / Indoor / Outdoor / Manual / Push Auto

Gain Control Auto / Manual

Back Light Comp. On / Auto (Center / Up / Down / Left / Right) / Super / Off

Sync. System Internal / External Line Lock

Video Output 1 Vp-p / 75 Ohms

Power Supply DC12V¡Ó10%

Power Consumption 340mA max.

Operating Temp. -10C ~50C

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19. Optional Accessories

1) Pendant Mount (Ceiling) Bracket

2) Wall Mount Bracket

3) Pole Mount Bracket

4) Corner Mount Bracket

Wall Mount Ceiling Mount Corner Mount Pole Mount

Check www.security-labs.com for updates on technical specifications.

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