Black Line BLK-PTZ36X User manual

Black Line BLK-PTZ36X User manual
TruVision PTZ 36X Camera
User Manual
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Content
Chapter 1
Product introduction 1 Product overview 1 Features 1 System requirements 3 Chapter 2
Installation 5 Installation environment 5 Unpacking the dome camera 6 Removing the protective shipping materials 7 Setting up the dome camera 9 DIP switches and connectors 10 Setting the dome camera communication protocol 11 Setting the RS-485 communication 13 Setting the dome camera site ID 14 AC 24V power connector description 16 Alarm I/O 16 RS-485 connector 17 Wiring the dome camera 19 Mounting the dome camera on a ceiling 19 Mounting the dome camera on a wall 21 Pendant mounting the dome camera 21 Mounting an indoor dome camera in a ceiling (Flush mounting) 23 Chapter 3
Menu overview 29 On-screen information 29 Main menu overview 31 Using a keypad to program menus 33 Chapter 4
Basic setup 35 Language selection 35 Camera site ID displayed on a monitor 35 Title display 36 Title settings 36 Preset points settings 37 Sequence settings 38 Autopan settings 39 Cruise settings 40 Home settings 41 Chapter 5
Advanced setup 43 Default 43 TruVision PTZ 36X Camera User Manual
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Backlight compensation 43 Focus adjustment 44 Exposure control settings 44 White balance 46 Camera setup menu 1 47 Camera setup menu 2 49 IR function (Day/night models only) 51 Alarm settings 52 Alarm detection 53 Wide dynamic range (WDR) 54 Privacy mask settings 55 Time setting 56 Schedule settings 57 Appendix A Specifications 59 Appendix B Camera settings checklist 61 Appendix C Contact information 67 Contacting support 67 Index 69 ii
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Chapter 1: Product introduction
Chapter 1
Product introduction
Product overview
The TruVision PTZ 36X Camera is an innovative camera designed for middle and
small surveillance applications. It possesses true PTZ camera features and has a
graphical programming interface for easier customization of camera settings.
The TruVision PTZ 36X Camera can be integrated with digital surveillance products
such as DVRs, control keypads and various accessories for a total surveillance
solution. The dome camera incorporates several protocols to enhance control and
connectivity.
The dome camera is ideal for all surveillance requirements in a wide variety of
buildings such as hotels, department stores, intelligent buildings, amusement parks,
parking lots, factories, hospitals, schools, and stations.
Features
This section describes the TruVision PTZ 36X Camera features.
Precise and accurate dome camera performance
•
High resolution: 650 TV lines
•
Preset speed up to 400°/sec
•
360° endless pan
•
Proportional pan and tilt speed
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Preset positions / Autopan / Sequence / Cruise
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Auto-calibration
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-10° to +190° tilt with digital image flip
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Dynamic Dome applications
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Schedule function
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Multiple built-in protocols
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Lightweight design for easy installation
•
Flexible indoor / outdoor mountings
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20 privacy masks
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4 alarms and 2 relays
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Weatherproof, IP66 (Outdoor models)
Superior dome camera image quality
2
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36X optical zoom
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12X digital zoom
•
Wide Dynamic Range
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Electronic Image Stabilization
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Digital auto slow shutter
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Backlight compensation
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Auto focus
•
Auto white balance
•
Auto gain control
•
Auto iris control
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Removable IR cut filter
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Minimum illumination: 0.1 Lux (Color), 0.01 Lux (B/W)
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2D / 3D video noise reduction
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System requirements
For proper operation, adhere to the following operational, cable, and power
requirements for TruVision PTZ 36X Cameras.
Figure 1: Example of a system
1. Monitor A
2. Monitor B
3. Control keypad
4. DVR /Multiplexer/ Quad/ Switcher
5. Dome camera
6. Repeater
Cable requirements
Table 1 below lists the requirements for the cables that connect to the dome
camera.
Table 1: Recommended cable requirements
Operation
Cable requirement
Max. length
feet
meters
4000
1219
1250
381
Data (RS485)
STP (shielded twisted-pair) cable
Cat-5 cable recommended. If the total cable length
exceeds 1219 m (4000 feet), using a repeater to
maintain the signal is recommended.
Video
75 ohm RS-59 coaxial cable with BNC ends
Alarm
Cat-5 cable recommended.
Power
24 VAC cable. To determine the size of cable needed for individual
applications, see “Power cable size and length requirements” on page 4.
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Power cable size and length requirements
Using the proper gauge of power cable will ensure proper operation and
avoid voltage drops. See Table 2 below for the recommended cable gauge
for varying maximum cable lengths and power draws.
Table 2: Recommended power cable gauges based on maximum lengths for an
operating voltage of 24 VAC (±10%)
Wire gauge
4
Indoor dome cameras
(14 W)
Outdoor dome cameras
(54 W)
AWG
mm
(diameter)
feet
meters
feet
meters
10
2.59
2061
628
534
163
12
2.05
1294
394
335
102
14
1.63
813
247
211
64
16
1.29
512
156
133
41
18
1.02
322
98
83
25
20
0.81
203
62
53
16
22
0.64
127
39
33
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Chapter 2
Installation
This chapter provides information on how to install the dome camera.
Use a control keypad or device, such as the Interlogix KTD-405/KTD-405-2D
keypad, to control the dome camera.
Installation environment
When installing your product, consider these factors:
•
Handling: Handle the camera carefully. Avoid striking, shaking, etc. Improper
handing or storage could damage the camera.
•
Electrical: Install electrical wiring carefully. It should be done by qualified
service personnel. The input electricity to the unit has a tolerance of 24 VAC
± 10%. Do not overload the power cord or adapter.
•
Ventilation: Ensure that the location planned for the installation of the
camera is well ventilated.
•
Temperature: Do not operate the camera beyond the specified temperature,
humidity or power source ratings. The operating temperature of the indoor
camera is 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) and that of the outdoor camera is 40°C to 50°C (-40°F to 122°F). Maximum operating humidity is 90%.
•
Moisture: Do not expose the indoor camera to rain or moisture, or try to
operate it in wet areas. The indoor camera is designed for indoor use or
locations only where it is protected from rain and moisture. Turn the power off
immediately if the camera is wet and ask a qualified service person for
servicing. Moisture can damage the camera and also create the danger of
electric shock.
•
Cleaning: Clean only with a dry cloth. If the dirt is difficult to remove, use a
mild liquid non-abrasive detergent and wipe gently.
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Protect from bright light: Never face the camera towards the sun. Do not
aim the camera at bright objects. Whether the camera is in use or not, never
aim it at the sun or other extremely bright objects. Otherwise, the camera
may be damaged.
•
Servicing: Do not attempt to service this camera yourself. Any attempt to
dismantle or remove the covers from this product will invalidate the warranty
and may also result in serious injury. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
Unpacking the dome camera
When you receive the product, check the package and contents for damage, and
verify that all items are included. If any of the items are damaged or missing,
please contact your local supplier.
Items shipped with the indoor (Figure 2 below) and outdoor (Figure 3 on page 7)
dome cameras include:
Figure 2: Indoor dome camera contents
Dome camera and 6” bubble
Hard ceiling mount
User manual
M4 screws (X4) and plastic
anchors (X4)
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Figure 3: Outdoor dome camera contents
Security screws (X4):
User manual
Dome camera, housing top cap, and
6” bubble
Security TORX wrench
 M3 standard screw (x1)
 M3 security screw (x1)
 M5 standard screw (x1)
 M5 security screw (x1)
Container of gasket lubricant (not
shown)
Waterproof top cap boot
3-pin 24 VAC power connector
(not shown)
5-pin RS-485 connector
(not shown)
Removing the protective shipping materials
The outdoor dome camera is shipped with a protective tape and PE sheet on the
dome camera for protection. These must be removed before installation.
To remove the shipping materials:
1. Unpack the dome camera.
2. Remove the bubble assembly from the dome
housing by placing your hands on the plastic
ring and pushing up (away from the dome
housing) on the bubble assembly. The bubble
assembly is only held in place by compression,
due to the gasket.
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3. Remove the protective sheet.
4. Remove the protective tape on top of the
camera block and lens cover.
5. Apply a small amount of lubricant on the
surface of the waterproof rubber gasket.
6. Re-attach the bubble assembly to the dome
camera body by first aligning the center point
(dimple) on the bubble assembly with one of
the four holes in the dome camera housing, as
shown.
7. Place both hands on the bubble assembly ring
and gently press down the bubble assembly.
Make sure that the holes on the bubble
assembly align with the holes in the dome
camera housing.
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Caution: Do not press on the top of the bubble as
shown in the figure as it might damage the unit.
8. Secure the bubble assembly to the dome
camera housing with the supplied security
screw. Use the supplied security TORX wrench
to tighten the security screw.
9. Further secure the bubble assembly in place by
loosening (unscrewing) the two slotted screws
that are located on the bubble assembly so that
they are flush with the outside edge of the
dome camera housing.
10. Remove the plastic protective sheet from the
bubble.
11. Set the DIP switches.
Setting up the dome camera
To quickly put the TruVision PTZ 36X Camera into operation:
1. Configure the dome camera’s DIP switches, which are located on the top of
the dome camera.
2. Set the dome camera communication protocol.
3. Set the RS-485 communication DIP switch.
4. Verify and set the communication termination, if required.
5. Set the dome camera ID.
6. Mount the dome camera.
7. Wire the dome camera.
8. Connect the dome camera to a monitor.
9. Program the dome camera.
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DIP switches and connectors
Configure the dome camera’s ID and communication protocol before connecting
the analog dome camera to other devices. The DIP switches used for
configuring these settings are located on the top of the dome camera housing.
See Figure 4 below for the location of the DIP switches on both the indoor and
outdoor dome cameras.
Figure 4: Dome camera DIP switch location
Indoor dome camera
Outdoor dome camera
A. Alarm I/O
E. Camera protocol setting
B. Dome camera site ID DIP switches
F. RS-485 connector
C. BNC Video Output
G. 24VAC power connector
D. Communication switch setting
See the following sections on how to setup the ID and control protocol of the
dome camera.
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Setting the dome camera communication
protocol
The TruVision PTZ 36X Camera can use several different protocols for
communication. To select a protocol, you must set the protocol DIP switches to
the correct sequence of 1s (on) and 0s (off).
To set a dome camera protocol using the DIP switches:
1. Locate the protocol DIP switch block (see E, Figure 4 on page 10).
2. Using Table 3 below, find the DIP switch sequence for the desired protocol
and set the switches accordingly.
Table 3: Protocols supported
Protocol
Baud rate
Switch position
INTERLOGIX Impac RS-485
9600
000000
INTERLOGIX Digiplex RS-422
4800
100000
Pelco D
2400
010000
Pelco D
4800
110000
Pelco D
9600
001000
Pelco P
2400
101000
Pelco P
4800
011000
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Protocol
Baud rate
Switch position
Pelco P
9600
111000
Philips
9600
000100
AD422
4800
100100
JVC
9600
010100
Panasonic
19200
11010
VCL
9600
001100
DSCP
9600
101100
DMP
9600
011100
Chiper
9600
111100
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Functions supported by third party protocols
Table 4: Functions supported
Function
Key commands
Pelco
AD 422
VCL
Philips
Enter menus
Preset 95
Preset 94
(alternate Preset
77)
Wipe or Preset
77
Preset 77
Exit menus
Preset 95
Preset 95
Preset 97
Preset 77
Select/enter in
menus
Iris+
Iris+
Iris+
Iris+
Set auto pan limits Preset 92 and 93
Preset 62 and 63
Start auto pan
Preset 99
Preset 79
Preset 79
On – 2 - Enter
Play Cruise 1
Pattern 1
Preset 65
1 + Autopan
Preset 70 – 76 =
S Tours 1-7,
Preset 78 = S
Tours 8
Play Sequence 1 Preset 98
Preset 70
Preset 70
On – 8 - Enter
Turn 180 degrees
on pan
Preset 33
N/A
N/A
On – 1 - Enter
Show splash
screen
N/A
N/A
N/A
On – 997 - Enter
Setting the RS-485 communication
RS-485 is the interface that connects the dome camera to the control device.
Consequently the RS-485 setup of the dome camera and the control device
must be identical.
Locate the communication DIP switch block (see D, Figure 4 on page 10). See
Figure 5 for a depiction of the communication DIP switches of the dome camera.
The RS-485 default setting is half-duplex (see Figure 5). This setting should only
be changed by a qualified CCTV specialist. DIP switches SW3 and SW4 are
used for termination and Line Lock adjustment respectively. The SW5 DIP
switch is used to restore the dome camera to the factory default status.
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Figure 5: RS-485 setting
Full-duplex
(Switches 5 & 6 are unused)
Half-duplex (Default)
(Switches 5 & 6 are unused)
Setting the dome camera site ID
Before turning on the dome camera, you must set the dome camera site ID.
Each dome camera connected to the same network must have a unique ID. Use
the 10-bit DIP switch to set the dome camera’s site ID setting.
To set a dome camera site’s ID:
1. Locate the dome camera site ID DIP switch block (B, Figure 4 on page 10).
2. Using Table 5 below, determine which DIP switches need to be set to the on
position. The equivalent value of the switches will add up to create the site ID
number for that dome camera. See Figure 6 on page 16 for an example.
3. Place the switches that correspond to those values in the On position.
4. Carefully record the site ID of each dome camera installed.
Table 5: DIP switch positions and equivalent values
DIP switch position
number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Equivalent value
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
256
512
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Table 6: Dome camera site ID DIP switch settings for dome cameras 1 to 30
Unit
DIP switch
Unit
DIP switch
Unit
1
11
21
2
12
22
3
13
23
4
14
24
5
15
25
6
16
26
7
17
27
8
18
28
9
19
29
10
20
30
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Figure 6: Example of setting DIP switches for the dome camera site ID 210 (2 + 16 + 64 +
128 = 210)
AC 24V power connector description
Before wiring, refer to Figure 7 for power connector definition.
Figure 7: Power connector
P1:
AC1
P2:
GND
P3:
AC2
Alarm I/O
The camera supports four digital alarm inputs and two digital alarm outputs.
Please make sure that the alarm connections are properly wired before starting
to configure alarm related settings. Please refer to Figure 8 and Table 7 for alarm
system wiring.
Figure 8: Alarm I/O connector
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Table 7: Alarm I/O connector pin definition
Pin
Definition
1
ALARM_OUT_NO_1
2
ALARM_OUT_NC_1
3
ALARM_OUT_COM_1
4
GND
5
ALARM_OUT_NO_2
6
ALARM_OUT_CN_2
7
ALARM_OUT_COM_2
8
GND
9
ALARM_IN_4
10
ALARM_IN_3
11
ALARM_IN_2
12
ALARM_IN_1
RS-485 connector
Please refer to Figure 9 below for RS-485 connector definition before wiring.
Figure 9: RS-485 connector
Pin
Definition
P1
R-
P2
GND
P3
R+
P4
T-
P5
T+
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Figure 10: Cable connections to the I/O box
A.
KTD-405 keypad
B.
RS-232 programming port
C.
RS-485 and RS-422 in/out
D.
RS-485 termination switch
E.
RJ45 cable control (use the cable provided with the
equipment)
F.
I/O box
G.
Dome camera
To wire the RS-485:
1. Connect the T+ and R+ together, and connect to the KTD-405 I/O box
RS-485(A) connection.
2. Connect the T- and R- together, and connect to the KTD-405 I/O box
RS-485(B) connection.
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Wiring the dome camera
Caution: During installation carefully pull the cables so as not to damage them.
It is recommended to fasten the cables once they are connected.
To wire the dome camera (connectors described above):
1. Connect the BNC connector of the dome camera to the coaxial video cable of
a monitor or DVR.
BNC connector
Coaxial video cable
2. Connect the Alarm I/O to a dry contact, for example, a PIR detector or an
access control system.
3. Connect the RS-485 serial data connector to the DVR/keypad.
Note: See “Cable requirements” on page 3 for information about using a RS485 cable for the dome camera.
4. Connect the power cable to the power source. As soon as the dome camera
is connected, it is operational.
Note: The ground wire must be inserted into the center pin of the power
input terminal block.
Mounting the dome camera on a ceiling
The indoor dome camera can be mounted on a solid ceiling using the hard
ceiling mount that is shipped with the dome camera.
Caution: Complete all installation steps before supplying power to the camera.
Items needed for mounting
A. Indoor dome camera, which is shipped with hard ceiling mount bracket
B. Screws and screw anchors for fixing the ceiling mount to a hard ceiling (not
supplied.)
Tools needed

Drill

Screwdriver
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To mount the dome camera on a ceiling:
Caution: For safety reasons the dome camera must be properly anchored to the
ceiling structure. It is important to ensure that a dome camera cannot be pulled
through ceiling tiles on which it is mounted.
It is recommended to mount the dome camera to an electrical box and not
directly to ceiling tiles. The electrical box must be properly anchored.
1. Place the hard ceiling mount in the desired position on the ceiling and mark
the position of the three screw holes.
2. Drill a hole in each marked position, slightly smaller than supplied screw
anchors.
3. Fix the hard ceiling mount to the ceiling
using the self-tapping screws, where
shown.
4. Thread all cables through the center hole
of the mount and connect the cables to the
base of dome camera.
5. Attach the dome camera to the hard
ceiling mount by turning the camera base
clockwise, from below (note that picture
here shows a counterclockwise direction,
because it is captured looking down from
above).
6. Tighten the screw at the side of the fixing
plate.
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7. If the dome camera bubble had been
removed earlier, reattach it now by
fastening the two screws (as shown).
The installation is complete.
Mounting the dome camera on a wall
The indoor dome camera can be mounted on a wall using an indoor wall mount
adapter. This mount is ordered separately from the dome camera. Outdoor
models do not require this adapter and can use the wall mounts directly.
There are two mounting kits available:

TruVision PTZ Indoor Wall Mount Adapter (TVP-IWA)

Wall Mount (TVP-LWM)
Caution: Complete all installation steps before supplying power to the camera.
Note: The TVP-LWM mounting hole patterns are compatible with other Interlogix
PTZ mounts such as the GEA-105 (corner mount), GEA-106 (pole mount), and
GEA-107 (roof mount).
Pendant mounting the dome camera
The indoor dome camera can be mounted with a user-supplied pipe using an
indoor wall mount adapter mount and NPT pendant adapter. These mounts are
ordered separately from the dome camera. Outdoor models do not require the
wall mount adapter but do require the NPT pendant adapter. The NPT adapter
thread specifications are 1.5” NPT male.
There are two mounting kits available for pendant mounting:

Truvision PTZ Indoor Wall Adapter (TVP-IWA)

TruVision PTZ Indoor/Outdoor NPT Pendant Adapter (TVP-PM-NPT)
Please contact your local supplier for information on other mounting kits
available.
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Figure 11: Pendant-mount
1.
Wall mount
2.
Waterproof top cap boot
3.
Housing top cap
4.
Screws and screw anchors to attach pendant mount
to wall
5.
Screws and washers to attach pendant mount to the
outdoor mounting kit
Items needed for mounting
A. Outdoor dome camera package (see Figure 3 on page 7)
B. Pendant mount kit, which is shipped with:

Wall mount

Sponges

M5 standard/security screws
C. Screws and screw anchors for fixing the standard wall mount onto the wall
(not included)
Tools needed

Drill

Screwdriver
To wall mount the dome camera:
1. Drill a cable-access hole in the wall where you want to install the wall mount.
2. Using the correct screws and screw anchors, fix the wall mount to the wall.
3. Attach the waterproof top cap boot to the wall mount.
4. Run the cables through the pendant mount. The cables should exit from the
pendant mount.
Note: Block the cable-entry hole in the wall with the supplied sponges to
prevent insects from entering the wall mount.
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5. Thread the cables through outdoor mount kit.
6. Attach the outdoor mount kit to the wall mount arm using the supplied screws
and washers. Adjust the rubber boot to the joint.
7. Connect the cables to the dome camera.
8. Attach the dome camera to the outdoor mount kit with the supplied screws
and washers.
Mounting an indoor dome camera in a
ceiling (Flush mounting)
The indoor dome camera can be mounted in a ceiling using the optional flushmount kit. The items and tools needed for the flush-mount installation are listed
as follows.
Items needed for mounting

Indoor dome camera package (see Figure 2 on page 6)

Flush-mount kit, which contains:
In-ceiling mount
Flush-mount ring
Ceiling sticker
M3x6 Screw (X2)
Tools needed

Tool for cutting a hole in the ceiling

Screwdriver (#2 Phillips)
Caution: Always check local building codes and safety regulations for additional
precautions.
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To install the indoor dome camera in a ceiling:
1. Install the camera on the bottom mount by
turning the camera clockwise, from below
(note that picture here shows a
counterclockwise direction, because it is
captured looking down from above).
2. Tighten the screw at the side of the fixing
plate, to finish installation of camera to
bottom mount.
3. Place the enclosed ceiling sticker on the
ceiling, and cut around the circle to create
a hole in the ceiling.
4. Disassemble the wings from the in-ceiling
mount by loosening the three screws, as
shown, until the wings are loose enough to
turn out from the ring.
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Caution: For safety reasons, the dome
camera must be properly anchored to the
ceiling structure. It is important to ensure
that a dome camera cannot be pulled
through ceiling tiles on which it is mounted.
5. Place the in-ceiling bracket into the ceiling
opening and affix by tightening three
screws, as shown.
6. When tightening, the wings will be turned
into the ceiling opening and will approach
the ceiling board.
Note: Ensure the wings are completely
flush with the ceiling board.
7. Route the cables down through the center
hole and connect to camera.
8. Put the camera, with installed bottom
mount, into the ceiling opening.
9. Tighten the screws, as shown, to affix the
bottom mount to the in-ceiling bracket.
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10. Affix the trim ring to the in-ceiling bracket,
as shown.
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Chapter 3: Menu overview
Chapter 3
Menu overview
On-screen information
When the unit is powered up, a splash screen appears that displays important
system information (see Figure 12 below.) Items marked in italic in the figure can
change depending on the settings.
Figure 12: Splash screen that appears when the dome camera is powered up
INTERLOGIX
TRUVISION PTZ 36X
SITE ID: 001
INTERLOGIX-IMPAC/9600BPS (Protocol ID)
FW VER SWITCH.MAIN.CAMERA
Information on the status of several dome camera functions can be displayed on the
monitor screen. The on-screen display (OSD) shows the current zoom focus, alarm
number, time and date, as well as the dome camera area title and site ID. See
Figure 13 on page 30.
To download the current version of the firmware, please go to our web site,
www.interlogix.com.
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Figure 13: Position of on-screen information
Table 8: Dome camera information displayed on-screen
Position
Function
OSD
Description
1
Motion
MOTION
Alarm Detect Message
2
Alarm
ALARM 1
Alarm Message
3
Focus Modes &
Backlight
A
M
X
B
Auto Focus
Manual Focus
Back Light Compensation OFF
Back Light Compensation ON
4
Booting Message
XX…(Dome Type); ID:
001 (Default)
DSCP/9600 (Default)
INITIALIZING
Shows Dome Type, ID Address,
Protocol and Baud Rate
5
Error Message
PAN ERROR
TILT ERROR
CAM MODULE ERROR
Shows system initializing error
message
6
Zoom Ratio
X1
Present Zoom Ratio
(Optical Zoom/Digital Zoom)
7
Title
8
Camera ID
001
Displays the camera ID
9
Time
XXXX/XX/XX XX:XX
Year/Month/Day Hour:Minute
10
Position Display
XX YYY/YY
XX: direction that PTZ is pointed (N,
E, S, W, NE, SE, SW, NW)
YYY/YY: angle of PTZ (0 to 359, -10
to 90)
30
Maximum 20 characters for each title
16 sets of titles are available
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Main menu overview
The dome camera is programmed through the on-screen (OSD) menus. To access
the OSD menus, you must open the main menu. The main menu, which appears
over three screens, lets you set up the dome camera or change the default settings
to suit your installation.
Note: The OSD menu can be pre-programmed to time-out after a certain number of
minutes of inactivity. The default value is two minutes.
Figure 14: Main menus
MAIN PAGE 1
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
DEFAULT CAMERA
ON
BACKLIGHT
OFF
FOCUS
AUTO
AE MODE
ENTER
WBC MODE
AUTO
SETUP MENU 1
ENTER
SETUP MENU 2
ENTER

MAIN PAGE 2
ID DISPLAY
TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE SETTING
PRESET
SEQUENCE
AUTOPAN
CRUISE
HOME SETTING
ON
OFF
01
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER

MAIN PAGE 3
IR FUNCTION
AUTO
ALARM SETTING
ENTER
ALARM DETECT
NONE
WDR FUNCTION
OFF
PRIVACY MASK
ENTER
TIME SETTING
ENTER
SCHEDULE
ENTER
EXIT OSD
YES
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Main menu commands options
Table 9 below provides a list of controls and options available on each screen that
you can access from the main menu. Access to the menu screens can depend
whether the system has been set up to require a password.
Table 9: Main menu descriptions
Command
Function
LANGUAGE
Configures the language of the on-screen display.
DEFAULT CAMERA
Configures the remote system reset, or is used to default all the settings
of the system or of a dome camera.
BACKLIGHT
Enable/disable the backlight setting.
FOCUS
Configures focus to be manual or auto
AE MODE
Configures exposure compensation, shutter speed, iris control,
WBC MODE
Configures white balance.
SETUP MENU 1
Configures digital zoom, automatic slow shutter, digital noise reduction,
video invert, image freeze, aperture, and stabilizer.
SETUP MENU 2
Configures image flip, tilt limits, proportional speed, auto calibration,
password, OSD menu duration, system reset.
ID DISPLAY
Configures the camera site ID.
TITLE DISPLAY
Configures the camera title display.
TITLE SETTING
Configures the wording of the camera title.
PRESET
Configures preset points.
SEQUENCE
Configures sequence, sequence step, preset position, sequence speed,
dwell time, and manual sequence.
AUTOPAN
Configures autopan, start point, end point, direction, speed, and
execution.
CRUISE
Configures the cruise number, record start, and record end.
HOME SETTING
Configures home, return action selection, preset point selection,
sequence selection, autopan selection, cruise selection, return time,
and manual home.
IR FUNCTION
(D/N cameras only)
Configures IR cut filter threshold, and manual control.
ALARM SETTING
Configures alarm settings.
ALARM DETECT
Configures alarm detection.
WDR FUNCTION
Enable/disable the wide dynamic range feature.
PRIVACY MASK
Configures the privacy mask.
TIME SETTING
Configures the time and date of the dome camera.
SCHEDULE
Configures schedules for presets/sequence/autopans/cruises/IR
function.
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Using a keypad to program menus
Use a control device such as a control keypad to configure the camera menu
options. We use the KTD-405 keypad controller (Figure 2) in this manual to explain
the features of the TruVision PTZ 36X Camera because of the KTD-405’s ability to
control all of the camera’s features. (For detailed keypad instructions, refer to the
KTD-405/KTD-405-2D Controller Keypad User Manual.)
You can record the settings for the dome cameras using the checklist in Appendix B
“Camera settings checklist” on page 61. This checklist also lists the default values of
the settings, where applicable.
Accessing the programming menus
To access the programming menus using a KTD-405/KTD-405-2D keypad:
1. Switch the keypad to the camera site you want to program.
2. Press and hold the set key until Enter programming code displays.
3. At the code entry display, enter the programming code 9, 5, 1. Then press the
seq button.
4. At the first menu display, press 3 to select the option Camera.
5. At the Enter camera site number screen, enter the site number of the dome
camera you wish to program. Camera default value is 1. The Main Page 1 menu
appears.
Caution: If the camera times out while you are in a menu and exits the menu
system, all changes are automatically saved.
Navigating the menus
You can use the keypad joystick and keys to navigate through the menu system.
See Figure 3 on page 34 and Figure 14 on page 34 for further information on their
use.
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Figure 15: Menu keys of the KTD-405/405-2D keypad
Note: Shaded keys appear on the KTD-405A/ KTD-405-2DA only
Table 10: Navigating the programming menus using the KTD-405/405-2D keypad
Key
Function
Scrolls up the menus.
Scrolls down the menus.
Scrolls left or right when indicated by  in the menu.
Enters or exits a menu or submenu when indicated by in a menu option.
When a menu has , scroll left and right to select a menu function and
then press the set key to enter the submenu.
Iris +: Enters or selects a menu option
Iris -: Esc. Exits a menu option. There is no need to select the menu option
Exit to quit a menu.
Figure 16: Joystick motion
Scroll up
Previous
Next
Scroll down
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Chapter 4
Basic setup
This chapter describes how to configure the basic options for the TruVision PTZ 36X
Camera.
The default values (where applicable) of the settings are listed in the checklist in
Appendix B “Camera settings checklist” on page 61.
Language selection
The dome camera is shipped with on-screen display (OSD) menus available in
several languages. They include English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and
Spanish. The default language is English.
To change the language of the OSD menus:
1. Display the Main Page 1 OSD screen.
2. Select Language. The OSD menu will automatically change to the selected
language.
Camera site ID displayed on a monitor
You can display the camera site ID on the monitor to identify each dome camera.
The ID is a number. See Figure 1 on page 30 for the on-screen position of the
camera ID.
See section “Setting the dome camera site ID” on page 14 for information on setting
up a camera site ID.
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To display the site ID on the monitor:
1. Display the Main Page 2 OSD screen.
2. Select ID Display and then select one of the options:
On
Display camera ID on the monitor screen.
Off
Hide the camera ID on the monitor screen. Default setting.
Title display
You can display the area title of the dome camera on the monitor so that it is easy to
identify which area is being shown on-screen.
To display an area title:
1. Display the Main Page 2 OSD screen.
2. Select Area Title and then select one of the options:
On
Display the title of the selected area on the monitor screen.
Off
Hide the title of the selected area on the monitor screen.
Title settings
You can configure up to 16 zone titles. Each title can have up to 20 characters.
To create an area title:
1. Display the Main Page 2 OSD screen.
2. Enter a number for the view area; 01, for example.
3. On the keypad press the set key to enter the editing page. The Title Setting
screen appears as shown below.
4. Using the direction keys of the keypad, select a character and press the set key
to input.
For example: A set B set C set
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TITLE: ABC
5. To delete characters, select a character by moving the cursor to LEFT or RIGHT
and press set on the keypad. Then move the cursor to DELETE and press set to
delete the selected character.
6. When the title is completed, move the cursor to SAVE and press set to save it
and to return to Main Menu 2.
Preset points settings
The dome camera can be programmed to execute preset positions that can then be
recalled, for example, when an alarm is triggered or when the user requests it. See
“Schedule settings” on page 57 for more information on programming when a preset
position or sequence can be triggered.
You can program up to 256 preset points depending on the protocol used.
Table 11: Preset menu description
Function
Description
Preset Set
Set the preset points. You need to set up at least two points in order
to be able to then set up a sequence.
Show Preset
Select the preset point that you want to execute. After pressing the
set key, the camera will turn to the appointed point.
Exit
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 2.
To set a preset point:
1. Display the Main Page 2 OSD screen.
2. Select Preset to enter the Preset OSD menu.
3. Select a number by either pressing the right/left keys on the keypad to select a
number (001 represents preset point 1, 002 represents preset point 2, etc.), or by
using the iris+ key to increase or decrease the number by 10.
4. Press the set key on the keypad, and then rotate the dome camera to a targeted
pan, tilt, and zoom position.
5. Press the set key again to save the defined preset point.
Once the preset point is saved, move the cursor to the next menu item to execute
the preset point and confirm it is correct.
Note: To freeze the image as the dome camera moves between preset points, see
the option “Freeze” under “Camera setup menu 1” on page 47.
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Sequence settings
The function executes pre-positioning of the pan, tilt, zoom, and focus features in a
certain sequence for a dome camera. Before setting this function, you must have set
up at least two preset points.
This function is located on Main Page 2.
Figure 17: Sequence menu
SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE LINE
1
SEQUENCE POINT
01
PRESET POSITION
001
SPEED
01
DWELL TIME
001
RUN SEQUENCE
ENTER
EXIT
YES
Table 12: Sequence menu description
Function
Description
SEQUENCE LINE
Set up to eight sequences.
Using the left/right direction keys, select a sequence number and
then set its sequence steps.
SEQUENCE POINT
Set up to 64 points for each sequence. The sequence steps are the
order in which the preset points are carried out by the camera.
Preset position, speed, and dwell time will also influence how the
camera shows each sequence step.
PRESET POSITION
Set a specific preset position to the selected sequence step. You
can specify one of up to 255 preprogrammed positions. The unit will
automatically make the step after the last programmed step, which
is an End step. The sequence will then loop and keep running.
SPEED
Set each sequence step to a different speed, ranging from 01 to 15.
Within this range, pan, and tilt speed varies from 5 to 400
(degrees/sec.)
DWELL TIME
Set the period of time that the camera will stay at a sequence step.
The range is from 0 to 127 seconds. The camera will move to the
next sequence step when the dwell time expires. If the setting is 0,
the dome will stay at this preset until the camera is manually
moved.
RUN SEQUENCE
Manually select which sequence to view after programming.
EXIT
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 2.
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Autopan settings
The autopan feature allows the dome camera to pan continuously between right and
left limit settings. An autopan movement requires the start and end points to be
defined as well as specifying whether the movement is clockwise or
counterclockwise.
This function is located on Main Page 2.
Figure 18: Autopan menu
AUTOPAN
AUTOPAN LINE
START POINT
END POINT
DIRECTION
SPEED
RUN AUTOPAN
EXIT
1
TO FIND
TO FIND
RIGHT
01
ENTER
YES
Table 13: Autopan menu description
Function
Description
AUTOPAN LINE
You can set up to four autopan functions. Use the LEFT/RIGHT
direction keys on the keypad to choose a line to execute.
You can also have the camera to do endless panning by setting the
start point the same as the end point.
START POINT
To set the start position of the autopan path, proceed as follows:
1. While the menu option To Find is flashing, move the cursor to
Start Point and press set. The option will then become To
Save.
2. Move the dome to the desired position and press set to save
the position as the start point. The cursor will move to End
Point automatically. Set the end point to complete the autopan
setting.
Note: The tilt and zoom values of the start point are recorded and
fixed for the selected autopan.
END POINT
Set the end position of the sequence. See “Start Point” above for
further information.
DIRECTION
You need to specify whether the camera moves clockwise or
counterclockwise from the start point to the end point before then
returning to the start point.
Select Right for the camera to pan clockwise from the start point to
the end point, and then return to the start point.
Select Left for the camera to pan counterclockwise e from the start
point to the end point, and then return to the start point. See the
picture below.
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Function
Description
Start point
Left
Counterclockwise
End point
Right
Clockwise
SPEED
Select the speed at which the camera automatically pans. Choose
from four speed settings (10 to 45°/sec.) where 1 is the slowest.
RUN AUTOPAN
Once the autopan setup is completed, you can run the autopan
function.
EXIT
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 2.
Cruise settings
A cruise is a route formed with manual operation, through adjusting pan and tilt
position, which can be stored and recalled to execute repeatedly.
This function is located on Main Page 2. See Figure below.
Figure 19: Cruise menu
CRUISE
CRUISE LINE
RECORD START
RECORD END
RUN CRUISE
EXIT
1
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
YES
Table 14: Cruise menu description
Function
Description
CRUISE LINE
Up to eight cruises can be defined. Using LEFT/RIGHT direction
keys to select a cruise number first and then follow the steps below
to start recording the cruise path.
RECORD START
You need to define where the cruise starts.
RECORD END
You need to define where the cruise ends.
RUN CRUISE
When the cruise is recorded, select this option to playback the
cruise.
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Function
Description
EXIT
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 2.
Home settings
Set the dome camera to automatically return after a period of inactivity to a specific
preprogrammed preset, sequence, autopan, or cruise position. This feature is
disabled by default.
This function is located on Main Page 2.
Figure 20: Home setting screen
HOME SETTING
HOME FUNCTION
OFF
SELECT MODE
PRESET
PRESET POINT
001
RETURN TIME
001MIN.
GO
ENTER
EXIT
YES
Table 15: Home setting menu description
Function
Description
HOME FUNCTION
Enable or disable the function.
SELECT MODE
This function tells the camera which mode to execute when home is
enabled and the set return time is reached.
Select one of the four following modes: Autopan, Sequence, Cruise,
and Preset. Depending on which mode is selected, the menu item
below changes.
PRESET POINT
This is listed if Preset was selected as the return action mode (see
Figure 8 above.)
Select a preprogrammed preset point to where the camera should
return when the return time is activated. See “Preset points settings”
on page 37 for more information.
SEQUENCE LINE
This is listed if Sequence was selected as the return action mode.
Select a sequence that the camera should execute after a period of
inactivity. See “To set a preset point” on page 37” for more
information.
AUTOPAN LINE
This is listed if Autopan was selected as the return action mode.
Select a preprogrammed autopan that the camera should execute
after a period of inactivity. See “Autopan settings” on page 39 for
more information.
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Function
Description
CRUISE LINE
This is listed if Cruise was selected as the return action mode.
Select a preprogrammed cruise that the camera should execute
after a period of inactivity. See “Cruise settings” on page 40 for
more information.
RETURN TIME
Select the period of inactivity (return time) after which the home is
activated. The time period ranges between 1 and 128 minutes.
GO
If Home has been enabled, you can execute a home setting
manually.
EXIT
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 2.
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Chapter 5
Advanced setup
This chapter describes how to configure the advanced options for the TruVision PTZ
36X Camera.
The default values (where applicable) of the settings are listed in the checklist in
Appendix B “Camera settings checklist” on page 61.
Default
Use this menu to reset the unit.
Function
Description
System Reset
Select to reboot the camera.
Default System
Select to restore all camera settings and functions back to factory default.
The camera will reboot.
Default Camera
Select to restore back to factory default the camera settings under AE,
White Balance, and Camera Setup menus.
Exit
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 1.
Backlight compensation
The backlight compensation function improves image quality when the background
illumination is high. It prevents the object in the center from appearing too dark.
One practical application of backlight compensation enables you to see detail inside
a room with a window on a bright day. The auto exposure will average all the light in
the scene, so bright areas, such as windows, get greater weight, and the dome
camera will adjust so you can see the bright area (outside). Backlight correction
forces the dome camera to ignore areas of high brightness, so the rest of the scene
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(the inside of the building) will be properly exposed. You can see detail inside, but in
the process the lighting at the window will be adjusted so seeing outside is not
possible.
The default setting is Off.
Note: Leaving backlight compensation on all the time on an unattended PTZ dome
camera will produce a picture that is washed out or too bright under normal daylight
or bright room conditions.
This menu is located on Main Page 1.
Focus adjustment
The camera’s focus works in Auto Focus mode by default. You can control the focus
manually using the keypad control. However, the focus returns to Auto as soon as
the Pan or Tilt is moved. The focus control behavior cannot be controlled from the
menus.
This menu is located on Main Page 1.
Table 16: Focus menu description
Function
Description
Auto
The lens continuously adjusts to the correct focus automatically for the
sharpest picture. This is the default setting.
Manual
Focus is adjusted manually by pressing the Focus + / - button on the
controller keypad or by using the joystick. Once the manual adjustments
have been made, the camera returns to the default setting, Auto focus.
Exposure control settings
Auto exposure (AE) allows you to automatically set the proper exposure according
to the existing light conditions. You can select the AE mode to have an aperture
(iris) –priority, shutter-priority, or set the options manually.
Exposure is the amount of light received by the camera’s image sensor and is
determined by how wide you open the lens diaphragm (iris adjustment), by how long
you keep the sensor exposed (shutter speed), and by other exposure parameters.
This menu is located on Main Page 1.
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Figure 21: Example of the AE mode menu with the Shutter option selected
Table 17: AE mode menu description
Function
Description
Exposure
Compensation
Select the exposure value, which ranges from -10.5 dB to+10.5 dB. The
default setting is Off.
AE mode
Set the method the camera uses to adjust to different light levels:
Iris: The iris value is fixed at F1.6.
Manual: Manually select a shutter speed (1/10000 to 1/50 for PAL;
1/10000 to 1/60 for NTSC) and gain value (-3 dB to 28 dB) to optimize
the video output. Select a higher value to see movement and a lower
value to see clearer images.
Auto: Select for the camera’s brightness, shutter speed, iris and AGC
(Auto Gain Control) control circuits work together automatically to get
consistent video output level.
Shutter: The shutter speed takes main control of exposure, and both iris
and AGC will function automatically in cooperation with the shutter speed
to achieve consistent exposure output.
Select a shutter speed by format:
NTSC: 1/60, 1/90, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/180, 1/250, 1/350, 1/500,
1/725, 1/1000, 1/1500, 1/2,000, 1/3000, 1/4000, 1/6000, or 1/10000 sec.
PAL: 1/50, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2,000, 1/5000, or 1/10000 sec.
Select a higher value to see movement and a lower value to see clearer
images
Exit + Save
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 1.
To change the AE mode values:
1. Display the Main Page 1 screen.
2. Select AE Mode. It will start flashing. Press set.
3. Select one of the AE Mode options (Auto, Iris, Manual, or Shutter) using the set
button. The option’s sub menu appears.
4. Select the desired value. The other AE mode options cannot be changed.
5. Exit the menu and return to Main Page 1.
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White balance
White balance (WB) tells the dome camera what the color white looks like. Based on
this information, the dome camera will then continue to display all colors correctly
even when the color temperature of the scene changes such as from daylight to
fluorescent lighting, for example.
The unit for measuring this ratio is in degree Kelvin (K). You can select one of the
White Balance control modes according to the installation condition. The following
table shows the color temperature of some light sources.
Table 18: Examples of the color temperatures of different light sources
Light sources
Color temperature in °K
Cloudy sky
6,000 to 8,000
Noon sun and clear sky
6,500
Household lighting
2,500 to 3,000
75-watt bulb
2,820
Candle flame
1,200 to 1,500
See Table 19 below for a description of the functions available.
This menu is located on Main Page 1.
Table 19: White balance menu description
Function
Description
Auto
Select to enable or disable automatic white balance. Its color
temperature range is 3000 to 7500°K. The white balance value is
calculated using color information from the entire screen. This is
the default setting.
Indoor
Select for a static indoor setting. Optimizes the WB for typical
indoor conditions. It is set at 3200°K base mode.
Outdoor
Select for a static outdoor setting. Optimizes the WB for typical
outdoor conditions. It is set at 5800°K base mode.
ATW
Auto Tracing White Balance.
Select to enable or disable auto tracing white balance. Its color
temperature range is 2000 to 10,000°K. The white balance is
calculated, or “traced”, more quickly than by the Auto function.
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Function
Description
Manual
Select to make manual adjustments to the white balance. R (red
level) and B (blue level) gains are adjustable and range from 0 to
127.
Exit
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 1.
Camera setup menu 1
You can select whether to activate several dome camera functions including Digital
Zoom, Auto Slow Shutter, Noise Reduction, Video Invert, and Image Freeze. See
Figure 0 below and Table 20 below for information on these functions.
This menu is located on Main Page 1.
Note: The Image Flip and the Image Invert functions are automatically disabled
when the Privacy Mask function is enabled.
Figure 22: Camera setup menu
SETUP MENU 1
ZOOM SPEED
MAX. DIGITAL ZOOM
SLOW SHUTTER
D.N.R.
IMAGE INVERSE
FREEZE
APERTURE
STABILIZER
EXIT
FAST
OFF
1/50
01
OFF
OFF
AUTO
OFF
YES
Table 20: Camera setup menu description
Function
Description
ZOOM SPEED
Zoom speed is fixed (8).
MAX. DIGITAL ZOOM
Set the digital zoom on the camera. Digital zoom (also known as
electronic zoom) indicates how much zoom the camera’s software can
add to the optical limit. The maximum optical zoom limit will be multiplied
by the electronic zoom setting to increase total zoom. Digital zoom is
activated when the full optical zoom level is reached. It can be set up to a
maximum of 12X.
The default setting is OFF.
Note: Digital zoom may degrade image quality.
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Function
Description
SLOW SHUTTER
Automatic Slow Shutter.
Select to delay the switch to night mode. This feature only works when the
camera is in day (color) mode. It extends the useful range of the color
mode in dark situations and keeps the camera in color mode longer before
having to switch to night mode. However, motion can become blurry when
the shutter is set to auto slow.
Note: This feature is only available on cameras with day/night capability.
See “IR function (Day/night models only)” on page 51 for more
information.
D.N.R.
Digital Noise Reduction.
Select to improve image quality in low light levels. The default setting is
Off.
With 2D / 3D noise reduction, the processor analyzes the camera images
pixel by pixel and frame by frame to eliminate environmental noise signal
so that the highest quality image can be produced even in low light levels.
3D DNR generates better noise reduction than 2D DNR.
IMAGE INVERSE
Sets whether images will be inverted. See the photos below.
Video Invert Off
Video Invert On
By default images appearing on-screen are upside down as cameras are
usually installed on ceilings, for example. However, by enabling this option
the image can be inverted. This may be required during testing or
demonstrations, for example.
When this function is enabled, the preset mask(s) will be set to off
automatically. See “Privacy mask settings” on page 55 for more
information. The default setting is Off.
FREEZE
Sets whether the most recent camera image will freeze on the screen
while the camera is traveling to a preset position.
Enable this function to freeze the camera image while the camera moves
between preset positions. The camera freezes the last image while it is
moving and displays a static image until it stops moving. Disabling this
function causes the camera to display live video as the camera moves to
the preset position.
The default setting is Off.
See “Preset points settings” on page 37 for further information on setting
preset points and sequences.
APERTURE
Use this to set the definition of objects. When this function is enabled the
edges of objects in an image are more sharply defined. There are 16
levels of adjustment from 01 to 16, where 01 is no enhancement.
This function could be used, for example, when there is text in a camera
image. Enabling the function would make the text appear sharper.
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Function
Description
STABILIZER
If enabled, the camera can clearly capture some images that would
otherwise be blurred due to vibration.
Note: If enabled, the following settings will automatically be adjusted: 1)
WDR will turn OFF; 2) Digital Slow Shutter will be set to No Function; 3)
Digital Zoom capability will be limited.
EXIT
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 1.
Camera setup menu 2
This menu provides access to pan/tilt, password, and speed settings that can be
changed or customized. See Figure 1 below for the screen.
This menu is located on Main Page 1.
Note: The Image Flip and the Video Invert functions are automatically disabled
when the Privacy Mask function is enabled.
Figure 23: Pan/Tilt setup screen
SETUP MENU 2
FLIP
ENTER
ANGLE ADJUSTER
ENTER
PT POSITION
ENTER
SPEED BY ZOOM
OFF
AUTO CALI.
OFF
PASSWORD
OFF
OSD AUTO CLOSE
20 SEC
SYSTEM RESET
ENTER
EXIT
YES
Table 21: Pan/Tilt setup menu description
Function
Description
FLIP
Image flip automatically rotates the camera 180 degrees when the
bottom tilt limit is reached. This feature enables tracking of a target
passing directly under the camera.
FLIP SETTING
FLIP
EXIT + SET
OFF
YES
IMAGE: Select this option to seamlessly track objects. Almost no
delay occurs compared to the spin mode.
The privacy mask function is automatically disabled if the E-flip
function is enabled, and the screen will show “Mask will be set off.”
M.E. (Mechanical Flip): This is a standard mechanical operation. As
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Function
Description
the dome tilts to the maximum angle, it will pan 180°, and then
continue tilting to keep tracking objects.
Off: Select this option to disable the image flip function. This is the
default setting.
Note: To make the camera tilt within a specific range, such as
between -10° to +100°, set the range of tilt angle in the Angle
Adjuster menu (see next section). The default tilt setting is 90°.
ANGLE ADJUSTER
Use this setting to adjust the minimum and maximum camera viewing
angles.
The minimum angle can be adjusted between -10° and +10°. Default
value is 0°.
The maximum angle can be adjusted between 80° and 100°. Default
value is 90°.
PT POSITION
Use this setting to display the pan/tilt position on the screen.
SPEED BY ZOOM
Proportional speed.
Proportional speed decreases the pan/tilt speed of the camera to
provide better tracking when the camera is zoomed in. This helps
reduce pan/tilt overshoot when zooming in on objects far from the
camera.
AUTO CALI.
Auto calibration.
There are one horizontal and one vertical infrared ray check points in
each dome. When the camera’s position is moved during installation
or maintenance, the relative distance between the original set point
and the check point could be changed. Enable the Auto Calibration
function, the dome will automatically detect the distance change and
reset the point back to the original position.
PASSWORD
The camera is shipped without password protection. When this
function is enabled, you will be prompted to enter the password to
proceed whenever the OSD menus are accessed.
To set or change a password:
1. For the password function, select On and press the set key. The
New Password screen appears.
2. Using the arrow keys on the keypad or the jogging stick, select a
number from the list and press the set key to input. For example,
for password 0134, select:
For example: 0, set, 1, set, 3, set , 4, set
Passwords must have four digits. The default password is 0000.
3. In the Confirm Password line enter the same password again to
confirm the setting.
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Function
Description
4. Select Save and return to Main Page 1.
Caution: Record your password in a safe place. If you should forget
your password, you will not be able to access the camera menus.
Please contact technical support for assistance.
OSD AUTO CLOSE
Set the period of time that menus will stay on-screen.
Select one of the time options, from 10 to 30 seconds. If Off is
enabled, the menus remain on-screen.
SYSTEM RESET
Select System Reset to reboot the camera.
Select Default System to restore camera to factory default settings.
EXIT
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 1.
IR function (Day/night models only)
This function controls when the dome camera switches to day or night mode. The
dome camera produces high-quality color video during the day or when light levels
are high. It then switches to monochrome and removes the infrared filter to improve
IR sensitivity at night or when light levels are low.
Note: This menu will only be present if the dome camera supports day/night
switching.
Table 22: Day/night menu description
Function
Description
AUTO
Select this option for day/night mode to be automatically activated.
The internal circuit will automatically decide the threshold to remove
the IR cut filter according to the value of light condition calculated by
internal light algorithms. The options include Low, Mid, and Hi.
Low indicates a higher sensitivity and can improve reliability of lens
so that it is fast to switch to Day mode and relatively difficult to
change into Night mode; Hi indicates that it is fast to switch to Night
mode and difficult to change into Day mode.
This is the default setting.
MANUAL
Select manually whether day or night mode is activated.
Select On to deactivate the IR cut filter and put the camera in B/W
(Night) mode. Select Off to activate the IR cut filter and put the
camera in color (Day) mode.
It can be toggled on and off using the KTD-405 keypad by pressing
the esc key and flashlight
buttons together.
EXIT
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 3.
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Alarm settings
You can program actions for alarms. The camera has four alarm inputs and two
alarm outputs (NO and NC) to which to connect alarm devices.
Figure 24: Alarm setting menu
ALARM SETTING
ALARM PIN
1
ALARM SWITCH
OFF
ALARM TYPE
N.C.
ALARM ACTION
PRESET
PRESET POINT
001
DWELL TIME
ALWAYS
ALARM PRIORITY
1
EXIT
YES
Table 23: Alarm setting menu description
Function
Description
ALARM PIN
Select an alarm connector, and then set its alarm-related
parameters in the Alarm Setting menu.
ALARM SWITCH
Enable or disable the selected alarm pin function.
ALARM TYPE
Select the contact type (NO, NC).
Normally Open (NO):
Alarm In
Normally Closed (NC):
Alarm In
ALARM ACTION
Select one of the pre-programmed modes to be executed
when the alarm is triggered (Preset, Sequence, Autopan, or
Cruise.) The option listed below will depend on which mode
has been selected.
When an alarm is triggered, there will also be a warning
flashed on-screen. See Figure 1 on page 30.
PRESET POINT
Select a pre-programmed preset number that the camera
should execute when an alarm contact is triggered.
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Description
SEQUENCE LINE
Select a pre-programmed sequence number that the camera
should execute when an alarm contact is triggered.
AUTOPAN LINE
Select a pre-programmed autopan number that the camera
should execute when an alarm contact is triggered.
CRUISE LINE
Select a pre-programmed cruise number that the camera
should execute when an alarm contact is triggered.
DWELL TIME
Set the duration during which the camera will keep the relay
energized when an alarm is triggered. This relay timer starts
counting from the second the alarm is triggered.
Time options are 1 to 127 seconds, OFF, or Always (on) when
alarm occurs.
ALARM PRIORITY
Set alarm priority from 1 to 4 for each alarm pin.
Note: If two or more alarm contacts are triggered at the same
time, the lower alarm contact number will have priority. For
example, if Alarm 1 and Alarm 3 are triggered simultaneously,
only Alarm 1 will be handled.
ALARM OUTPUT
Set the alarm output device(s) to be triggered by the alarm: 1,
2, both, off.
EXIT
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 3.
Alarm detection
You can program the system to respond to motion detection.
Figure 25: Alarm detect menu
ALARM DETECT
DETECT SWITCH
OFF
DETECT MODE
NONE
BLOCK MODE
NONE
FRAME SET
NONE
FRAME DISABLE
NONE
THRESHOLD
NONE
EXITD
YES
Table 24: Alarm detect menu description
Function
Description
DETECT SWITCH
Enable or disable the alarm detect function.
DETECT MODE
Select the alarm detection mode:
- INT FOCUS: Trigger an alarm if the internal focus
changes.
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Description
-
FIX FOCUS: Trigger an alarm if focus movement is
detected.
INT AE: Trigger an alarm when auto exposure
movement is detected.
FIX AE: Trigger an alarm if the exposure value
changes.
MOTION: Trigger an alarm if the motion volume
reaches/exceeds the determined sensitivity threshold
value.
BLOCK MODE
In motion detection mode, use this to enable dynamic
highlighting of areas where motion is detected.
FRAME SET
Up to four motion detection zones (frames) can be set. These
frames are used as zones of motion detection.
FRAME SET 1
LEFT LIMIT
L/R
TOP LIMIT
D/U
H SIZE
000
V SIZE
000
MODE
PRESET
PRESET POINT
001
DWELL TIME
001 SEC
EXIT
YES
FRAME DISABLE
Use this feature to cancel frames.
THRESHOLD
Motion detection sensitivity (threshold) can be set. 1 is
highest sensitivity, 255 is lowest.
EXIT
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 3.
Wide dynamic range (WDR)
When enabled, this feature allows you to see details of objects in shadows or details
of objects in bright areas of frames that have high contrast between light and dark
areas.
It can be toggled on and off using the KTD-405 keypad by pressing the esc key and
the magnifying glass
keys together.
This menu is located on Main Page 3.
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Privacy mask settings
Privacy masks let you conceal sensitive areas (such as neighboring windows) to
protect them from view on the monitor screen and in the recorded video. You can
create 16 privacy masks (numbered 1 to 16) per camera. A maximum of eight
privacy masks can be displayed at one time.
When creating your masks, it is a common practice to make them 50% larger than
the areas you wish to cover so that the masked areas remain concealed at all times.
Masks cannot be created in the area directly below the dome camera.
The dome camera takes the center of the selected view as the starting point when
setting a mask. The joystick is locked during setup.
Figure 26: Mask information
Area to be masked
Mask
180° (-90°)
0° (+90°)
Positive (+)
hemisphere
Negative (-)
hemisphere
90° (0°)
Mask 50% larger than the area to be covered
No mask allowed 20° either side of the 90° (0°) tilt
Note: The Image Flip function is automatically disabled when the Privacy Mask
function is enabled.
Figure 27: Privacy mask menu
PRIVACY MASK MENU
PRIVACY SWITCH
OFF
TRANSPARENCY
OFF
COLOR
BLACK
SET MASK
01
CLEAR MASK
01
EXIT
YES
Table 25: Privacy mask menu description
Function
Description
PRIVACY SWITCH
Enable or disable this option. The default setting is Off.
TRANSPARENCY
Select Set whether the color of privacy mask is transparent. Select
On to display transparent masks The default setting is Off.
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Description
COLOR
Select the color of the privacy mask. The available colors are black,
white, red, green, blue, cyan, yellow and magenta
SET MASK
Up to 16 privacy masks can be set.
To set a privacy mask
1. Turn on the Privacy Mask feature, and select ON.
2. Select a mask number. Then select Set Mask and press the set
key to enter the Set Mask menu.
3. Select each of the following options to position and size the
mask on-screen:
Center: Using the joystick or the left/right keys, adjust the
mask’s horizontal position. The camera will move according to
the joystick movements.
H Size (H size range 00 to 80): Adjust Horizontal (Width) by
moving the joystick Left and Right.
V Size (V Size range 00 to 60): Adjust the Vertical (height) by
moving the joystick Up and Down.
Note: Set the H and V sizes to 0 to delete the selected mask.
CLEAR MASK
Delete a saved mask zone.
To delete a privacy mask:
1. Select the mask zone to be deleted (e.g. 01).
2. Press the set key to confirm the selection.
EXIT
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 3.
Time setting
Set the time and date related parameters of the dome camera.
Figure 28: Time setting menu
TIME SETTING
TIME DISPLAY
OFF
SET YEAR
00
SET MONTH
01
SET DAY
00
SET HOUR
00
SET MINUTE
00
EXIT+SAVE
YES
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Table 26: Time setting menu description
Function
Description
TIME DISPLAY
Select whether time is displayed on-screen. The default setting is
Off.
SET YEAR
Select the year number.
SET MONTH
Select the month number.
SET DAY
Select the day number.
SET HOUR
Select the hour number.
SET MINUTE
Select the minute number.
EXIT+SAVE
Select Yes to save changes and return to MainPage3.
Schedule settings
You can program the dome camera to activate a preset point or function (Sequence,
Autopan, or Cruise) automatically at a specific time of day.
Figure 29: Schedule menu
SCHEDULE
SWITCH
POINT
HOUR
MINUTE
MODE
PRESET POINT
SCHEDULE RESET
EXIT
OFF
00
00
00
PRESET
001
YES
YES
Table 27: Schedule menu
Function
Description
SWITCH
Enable or disable this option globally for all events. The default
setting is Off.
POINT
Select the event number to be programmed. Up to 64 schedule
points can be programmed.
HOUR
Select the hour during which the schedule point is executed every
day.
MINUTE
Select the minute at which the schedule point is executed every
day.
MODE
Select the mode that is activated for the schedule point:
None: No action is executed.
Preset: This mode is executed for the selected scheduled point.
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Function
Description
Sequence: This mode is executed for the selected scheduled
point.
Autopan: This mode is executed for the selected scheduled
point.
Cruise: This mode is executed for the selected scheduled point.
IR Func: Applies to Day/Night models only.
Note: If the Day/Night mode is enabled, the Auto Day/Night will
be activated for a schedule point.
SCHEDULE RESET
Users can reset the whole schedule with the item
EXIT
Select Yes to save any changes and return to Main Page 3.
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Appendix A: Specifications
Appendix A
Specifications
Environment
Indoor/Outdoor (model specific)
Controller interface
RS-485 / RS-422
Operating temperature (indoor)
0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F)
Operating temperature (outdoor)
-40 to +50°C (-40 to +122°F)
Dimensions, indoor (Height x Width)
229 × 172 mm (9.0 × 6.7 inches)
Dimensions, outdoor (Height x Width)
282 × 192 mm (11.1 × 7.5 inches)
Weight, indoor
1.6 kg (3.57 lbs)
Weight, outdoor
2.3 kg (5.11 lbs)
Power supply
24 VAC ±10%
Power consumption
20 W (Indoor), 50 W (Outdoor with heater on)
Battery removal
The TruVision PTZ 36X Camera contains one 3 V Lithium battery.
To remove the battery:
1. Disassemble the PTZ by removing the three screws shown here.
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2. Locate the battery, as shown below, and carefully remove it.
Battery
3. Dispose of the battery as required by local ordinances or regulations.
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Appendix B
Camera settings checklist
Use this checklist to record the menu settings of each dome camera.
Default values are highlighted in bold, where applicable.
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Camera ID:
Camera title:
Main
Menu
No.
Menu
Sub menus and options
LANGUAGE
English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish,
Japanese, Polish, Russian, Traditional Chinese, Simplified
Chinese, Turkish
1
DEFAULT
CAMERA
On, Orr
1
BACKLIGHT
On, Off
1
FOCUS
Auto, Manual
1
AE MODE
1
Option
configured
Exposure Comp.
Off, Exposure Value -10.5 dB to
+10.5dB
AE Mode
Auto
Shutter
Shutter Speed
PAL: 1/50 to
1/10000 sec.
NTSC: 1/60 to
1/10000 sec.
Iris
Iris Value F1.6
Manual
Bright Value:
Auto
Shutter Speed
PAL: 1/50 to
1/10000 sec.
NTSC: 1/60 to
1/10000 sec.
Iris Value F1.6
Gain Value: 3 dB to +28 dB
1
WBC MODE
Auto (Auto White Balance)
Indoor
Outdoor
ATW
Manual
R Gain : 000 to 127
B Gain: 000 to 127
1
62
SETUP
MENU 1
Zoom Speed
8
Max. Digital Zoom
Off, 2X, 12X
Slow Shutter
On, Off
D.N.R.
2D N.R. On, Off
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Main
Menu
No.
Menu
Option
configured
Sub menus and options
3D N.R. On, Off
1
SETUP
MENU 2
Video Inverse
On, Off
Freeze
On, Off
Aperture
01 to 16 (7)
Stabilizer
On, Off
Flip
Off, Spin, E-flip
Angle Adjuster
Adjust Min. Angle -10 to +10 deg.
Adjust Max. Angle 80 to 100 deg.
PT Position
On, Off
Speed by Zoom
On, Off
Auto Cali.
On, Off
Password
On, Off
OSD Auto Close
Off, 5 sec, 30 sec
System Reset
System Reset, Default System
2
ID DISPLAY
On, Off
2
TITLE
DISPLAY
On, Off
2
TITLE
SETTING
01 to 16
2
PRESET
Preset Set
001 to 256
Preset Run
001 to 256
Sequence Line
1 to 8
Sequence Point
01 to 64
Preset Pos.
001 to 255, End
Speed
01 to 15
Dwell Time
000 to 127 sec.
Run Sequence
ENTER
Autopan
1 to 4
Start Point
PT Move, To Save
End Point
PT Move, To Save
Direction
Right, Left
Speed
01 to 04
Run Autopan
ENTER
Cruise Line
1 to 8
2
2
2
SEQUENCE
AUTOPAN
CRUISE
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Main
Menu
No.
2
Menu
HOME
SETTING
Option
configured
Sub menus and options
Record Start
ENTER
Record End
ENTER
Run Cruise
ENTER
Enter
Home Function
On, Off
Select Mode
Preset
Sequence
Autopan
Cruise
3
3
Preset Point
Sequence Line
Autopan Line
Cruise Line
001 to 256
001 to 008
001 to 004
001 to 008
Return Time
001 to 128 min.
Go
ENTER
IR
FUNCTION
Auto
Threshold Mid, Hi, Low
Manual
IR Manual: On, Off
ALARM
SETTING
Alarm Pin
1 to 4
Alarm Switch
On, Off
Alarm Type
NO, NC
Alarm Action
Preset
Sequence
Autopan
Cruise
3
64
ALARM
DETECT
Preset Point
Sequence
Autopan
Cruise
001 to 256
001 to 008
001 to 004
001 to 008
Dwell Time
001 to 127 sec., Always, Off
Alarm Priority
001 to 004
Alarm Output
Off, 1, 2, Both
Detect Switch
On, Off
Detect Mode
Motion
Block Mode
None; Motion: On, Off
Frame Set
None; Motion: 01 to 04
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Main
Menu
No.
Menu
3
WDR
FUNCTION
3
PRIVACY
MASK
Option
configured
Sub menus and options
Frame Disable
None; Motion: 01 to 04
Threshold
None; Motion: 001 to 255
On, Off
Privacy Switch
On, Off
Transparency
On, Off
Color
Black, White, Red, Green, Blue,
Cyan, Yellow, Magenta
Clear Mask
01 to 20
Set Mask
01 to 20
H Center: L/R
V Center: D/U
H Size 00 to
80, 10
V Size 00 to
60, 10
3
3
TIME
SETTING
SCHEDULE
Time Display
On, Off
Set Year
00 to 99
Set Month
01 to 12
Set Day
01 to 31
Set Hour
00 to 23
Set Minute
00 to 59
Switch
On, Off
Point
01 to 31
01
Hour
00 to 23
00
Minute
00 to 59
00
Mode
None
No Action
Preset
Preset Point
001 to 256
Sequence
Sequence 001
to 008
Autopan
Autopan 001 to
004
Cruise
Cruise 001 to
008
IR Func.
Auto, On, Off
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Main
Menu
No.
Menu
3
EXIT OSD
66
Sub menus and options
Option
configured
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Appendix C: Contact information
Appendix C
Contact information
Contacting support
For help installing, operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting this product, refer to
this document and any other documentation provided. If you still have questions,
contact us during business hours (Monday through Friday, excluding holidays) or
contact your local supplier.
Table 28: Technical support
North America
T
888.437.3287 Toll-free in the US, Puerto Rico, and Canada.
+1 503.885.5700 outside of the toll-free area.
F
+1.888.329.0331, +1.888.329.0332
E
[email protected]
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Index
Index
A D AE mode, 44 Alarm inputs/outputs, 16 Alarm settings, 52 Alarms detection settings, 53 Aperture, 47 Area title display, 36 settings, 36 Auto calibration, 49 Auto exposure settings, 44 Auto focus, 44 Auto return settings, 41 Autopan settings, 39 Day/night settings, 51 Default settings OSD menus, 61 Defaults reset remotely, 43 Digital zoom, 47 DIP switches location, 10 RS‐485 communication block, 13 set camera communication protocol, 11 B Flush mount installation on a ceiling, 23 Backlight compensation image quality, 43 Battery removal, 59 H C I Cabling, 3 recommended cable gauge, 4 Camera communication protocols set, 11 Camera defaults reset, 43 Camera site ID display, 35 set, 14 Checklist menu settings, 61 Communication protocols protocols supported, 11 Cruise settings, 40 I/O box wiring, 17 Image flip, 49 Image freeze, 47 Installation environment, 5 TruVision PTZ 36X Camera User Manual
E Exposure compensation, 44 F Home settings, 41 K Keyboard navigate OSD menus, 33 use, 33 KTD‐405 keyboard, 33 L Language change, 35 69
Index
M Motion detection settings, 53 Mount camera on a wall, 21 on a wall using pendant mount adapter, 21 on ceiling, 19 Mount indoor camera on a ceiling, 23 N Noise reduction, 47 O On‐screen information, 29 description, 30 OSD menus access programming menus, 33 default settings, 61 description, 32 language selection, 35 navigate programming menus, 33 overview, 31 OSD timeout, 49 P Pan/tilt settings, 49 Passwords, 49 Power connector, 16 Preset points settings, 37 Preset tour speed, 38 steps, 38 Preset tour dwell time, 38 settings, 38 Presets show, 37 Privacy mask settings, 55 Product overview, 1 70
Proportional speed, 49 Protective tape, 7 Protocols supported, 11 functions supported by third parties, 13 Q Quick set up of camera, 9 R RS‐485 communication set, 13 RS‐485 connector, 17 S Schedule preset point or function, 57 Shadow tour settings, 40 Slow shutter, 47 System defaults reset, 43 System requirements, 3 T Tilt limits, 49 Time/date settings, 56 V Video invert, 47 W WDR, 54 White balance settings, 46 Wide dynamic range, 54 Wiring camera, 19 Wiring the camera to the keypad, 17 Z Zoom speed, 47 TruVision PTZ 36X Camera User Manual
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