DASYS High Speed Dome User`s manual

TC-D2600BS SERIES
HIGH SPEED DOME CAMERA
USER’S MANUAL
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Table Of Contents
1 Precautions…. ………………………………………………………… 2
2 Features……...………………………………………………………… 3
2.1 Built-in Decoder………………………………………………….. 3
2.2 Integrated Universal Speed Change Rotator………………… 3
2.3 Built-in High Definition Color Camera……………………….. 3
3 Technical Data……………………………………………………….… 4
3.1 Technical Parameters of the High-speed Dome…………… 4
3.2 Camera Parameter for High-speed Dome…………………… 4
4 Installation Guide…………….…………………………………….. 5
4.1 Installation Preparation…………………………………………. 5
4.2 Structure…………………………………………………………… 5
4.3 Installation Size…………………………………………………… 6
4.4 Installation Procedures…………………………………………. 6
5 Settings………………………………………………………….….… 9
5.1 Interface…………………………………………………………… 9
5.2 Dome Address, Transmission Speed, Protocol Setting….. 9
6 Preset Setting………………………………………………………. 11
7 The OSD Menu Setting………………………………………….. 14
7.1 Operations Method of the Menu……………………………… 14
7.2 OSD Menu Tree………..…………………………………………. 15
8 Trouble Shooting……………………………………………………… 29
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1 Precautions
1.Transportation Security
No heavy stress, violent vibration or water splash are allowed during transportation, storage.
The unit should be transported in separated packing. In shipments of distributor and delivery
of maintenance, any damages caused by integral packing are not covered by warranty.
2. Installation
Avoid heavy stress and violent vibration during installation. Don’t touch the dome cover
directly by hand. When connecting the power source, please follow all electric safety
standards and only use the power supply designated for this device. Keep the video and
control signal in a decent distance from high voltage devices and cable. Don’t apply power to
the dome before finishing the installation.
3.Dismantlement
Please don’t dismantle the devices in the dome body. Only the professional personnel
authorized can operate the maintenance.
4. Internal Environment
Keep metal and inflammable material away from dome body to avoid fire, short circuit and
damage. Please prevent all liquids material from entering the dome. If occur this, please shut
down the power and pull out the plug. Then inform the technical personnel immediately.
5. Electrical Safety
The video image would be interfered when the dome is installed near television, radio
transmitter, voltage changer and audio amplifier.
6. Camera Protection
Avoid shooting very bright objects directly into the camera’s CCD (such as the sun or light
fittings).
7. Cleaning Method
Please don’t use abrasive and violent detergent to clean the dome. Please choose dry fabric
and neutral detergent. Use lens paper to clean the lens.
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2 Features
2.1 Built-in Decoder
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Power-off protection, no data loss
220 programmable presets
8 cruising tracks, each cruising track has 32 preset positions
4 pattern tours, each one with 180s memory
RS-485 bus
8 groups of auto scan, the left and right boundary and scan speed can be set
Pelco_P and Pelco_D compatible
6 alarm inputs and 2 outputs
Message display function, lens coordinate value, temperature and alarm information can
be showed
● Guard location, the dome can operate preset, auto scan, cruising and pattern tours
functions after a short pause
● Alarm triggering, the alarm can trigger preset, auto scan, cruising and pattern tours
functions
2.2 Integrated Universal Speed Change Rotator
● Delicate stepping motor, stable, sensitive and accurate
● 360°continuous pan without blind area
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Stepless speed change, auto zoom/speed matching
Auto overturn function
Manual speed: Pan: 0.01°- 180°/S, Tilt: 0.01°- 120°/S
Presets calling speed: 500°/S
2.3 Built-in High Definition Day/Night Camera
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Auto iris, auto back light compensation
Auto/manual white balance
Auto/manual focus
Auto/manual brightness control
480TV line
Multiple kinds of camera for options
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3 Technical Data
3.1 Technical Parameters of the High-speed Dome
Model
TC-2600BS High Speed Dome
Power Supply
AC24V/2.5A
Operating Temperature
-35 °C—60°C
Operating moisture
< 95%
Power Consumption
50W
Communication
RS-485 bus,
Communication transmission speed
2400/4800/9600BPS
Protocols
Pelco-D, Pelco-P Compatible
0.01°-180° /s
0.01° -120° /s
+/- 0.07°
500° /s
360° Continuously
90°
364 x 350 x 202mm
5.6kg
220
8 Groups
8 Groups
32 Preset Positions
4 Groups
6 alarm inputs and 2 outputs
8 zones
Pan Rotation
Tilt Rotation
Pan/Tilt Accuracy
Preset Speed
Pan Angle
Tilt Angle
Size
Weight
Preset Positions
Auto Scan
Cruise Track
Cruise Points Qty per cruise group
Pattern Tours
Alarm
Privacy Zone
3.2 Camera Parameter for High-speed Dome
Sub Model
TC-D2618B
TC-D2618BS
TC-D2626BS
TC-D2636BS
TC-D2622BS
TC-D2627BS
TC-D2630BS
NS
Sensor
1/4” SONY Exview HAD CCD
1/4” SONY
1/4”
Super HAD
Super
CCD
CCD
Horizontal
1/4” SONY Exview
SONY
HAD CCD
HAD
480TVL
520TVL
Resolution
Camera
SONY
SONY 480CP
SONY 980P
SONY 1000P
CNB VP-200L
45CP
Focus Length
F4.1mm~73.8mm
Optical Zoom
18X
Digital Zoom
Minimum
Illumination
SANYO
LVC-C372HP
VCC-MD600
F3.5mm~
F3.4mm~
F3.9mm~85.8
F3.25mm~
F3.5mm~
91.0mm
122.4mm
mm
88.0mm
105mm
26X
36X
22X
27X
30X
12X
1.0Lux
LG
10X
0.7 Lux /
1.0 Lux / 0.01
0.01 Lux
Lux
4
16X
1.4 Lux / 0.01
1.0 Lux / 0.01
1.0 Lux / 0.05
0.8 Lux / 0.04
Lux
Lux
Lux
Lux
55
Video Output
1Vp-p75 ohms
Back Light
Auto
Compensation
Focus
Auto/Manual
Iris
Auto/Manual
S/N Ratio
≥50dB
Electric
1/50~1/10
Shutter
000s
1/1~1/10000s
4 Installation Guide
4.1 Installation Preparation
Video Coaxial Cables
Mode
Max Distance
RG59/U
750ft(229m)
RG6/U
1,000ft(305m)
RG11/U
1,500ft(457m)
4.2 Structure
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1/50~1/10000s
1/1~1/10000s
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4.3 Installation Size
4.4 Installation Procedures
*Notice: The surface mount speed dome should be applied to hard ceiling. The wall must be
thick enough to install the expansion screws and can bear 4 times the weight of the dome
camera itself.
(1) Open the reverse turning board on the base plate. Use the 3 holes on the bottom of the
base plate as a location to bore 3 holes on the ceiling.
(2) Bore 3 holes on the ceiling.
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(3) Mount 3 expansion screws into the holes.
(4) To lock the base plate to the dome housing, line up the A and B tabs on the dome body
with the A and B label on the dome base. Push in on the tabs. Insert one side and then the
other side. Continue pushing one the ends of the tabs until both sides click into place.
Make sure the plug-in on the dome body is fully locked by the socket on the base plate.
Then press the dome body lightly and check if the dome body is fully locked to avoid
shedding and abrasion with the dome cover.
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(5) Match the 3 locators on the housing with the gaps one the plate and then turn the housing
clockwise. Then pull down the housing lightly to check the firmness of installation. Then
screw on the dome cover to the dome housing.
(6) Cable Connection:
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5 Settings
5.1 Interface
5.2 Dome Address, Transmission Speed, Protocol Setting
Before the dome is installed, the communication protocol, baud rate and dome address,
should be confirmed. Set the DIP switch, keeping the setting consistent with the control
system. The relative DIP switch site and connecting wires are diagramed below for reference.
SW2:
SW1:
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*Notice:
“1” means “on” status and “0” means “off” status.
Protocol Setting
Protocols
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
PELCO_P
1
0
0
PELCO_D
0
1
0
PRESET
…
…
…
*Notice: The factory default protocol is PELCO_D
Transmission Speed Setting
Baud Rate
4 Bit
5 Bit
9600
0
0
4800
1
0
2400
0
1
PRESET
1
1
Dome Address Setting
PELCO-P:
Address
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
Bit 8
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
254
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
255
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Address
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
Bit 8
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
5
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
253
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
254
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PELCO-D:
10
1111
6 Preset Setting
Speed dome camera supports 220 preset positions. The code numbers 1- 64 and 100-255
represent the 220 preset positions. You can activate some special functions by calling upon
code number 65-99.
No
1
2
3
4
5
Command
Command Packet
Comments
Start Auto Scan
Call upon 99
Default to start the first
group of auto scan
Start Sequence
Call upon 98
Default to start the first
group of sequence
Start Pattern Tours
Call upon 97
Default to start the first
group of Pattern Tours
Stop Auto mode/End
setting
Call upon 96
Set the right limit for
scan
Set 93
Set the left limit for
scan
Set 92
Set speed for scan
Set 87 + Call upon pp
Start setting preset
position for sequence
Set 84 + Call upon
pp+…
Stop setting preset
position for sequence
Call upon 96
Set residence time for
sequence
Set 83 + Call upon qq
Start pattern tours
setting
Set 86
Stop pattern tours
setting
Call upon 96
Start the scan of group
N
Call upon 80 + call
upon pp + call upon 99
Set the right limit for
the scan of group N
Call upon 80 + call
upon pp + set 93
Set the left limit for the
scan of group N
Call upon 80 + call
upon pp + set 92
Set the speed for group
N
Call upon 80 + call
upon pp + set 87 + call
upon qq
Default to set the first group;
PP means speed value: 1-30;
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PP means the No. of preset
position(max 32); qq means
standing time: 1-60s, default
to set the first group.
Default to set the first group.
PP means group No.:1-8,
qq means speed value:1-30
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Start sequence of
group N
Call upon 80 + call
upon pp + call upon 98
Start setting preset
position for sequence
of group N
Call upon 80 + call
upon pp + set 84 + call
upon qq+ …
Stop setting preset
position for the
sequence of group N
Call upon 96
Set standing time for
the sequence of group
N
Call upon 80 + call
upon pp + set 83 + call
upon n
Start pattern tour of
group N
Call upon 80 + call
upon pp + call upon 97
Start setting pattern
tour of group N
Call upon 80 + call
upon pp + set 86
Stop setting pattern
tour of group N
Call upon 96
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Open the menu
Call upon 95
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Remote reset
Call upon 94
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Restore factory setting
Call upon 82
Start auto flip
Call upon 81
Stop auto flip
Set 81
Start idle action
Call upon 79
Stop idle action
Set 79
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PP means group No.:1- 8,
qq means preset position No.
(max 32),
n means standing time: 160s
PP means group No.: 1-4
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Set idle action
Set 77 + call upon pp
“PP” means function No.: 14
“1” means preset position,
default as No.1 preset
position;
“2” means auto scan, default
as scan of group 1;
“3” means cruise, default as
sequence of group 1;
“4” means pattern tour,
default as pattern tour of
group 1.
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Set idle time
Set 72 + call upon pp
PP means idle time: 1- 4 min
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16
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Display information
Set 74 + call upon pp
Set alarm triggering
Set 76 + call upon pp
Start alarm triggering
Call upon 78
Stop alarm triggering
Set 78
Open the alarm output
“n”
Call upon 80 + call
upon n + call upon 70
Close the alarm “n”
Call upon 80 + call
upon n + set 70
Set privacy zone of
group n
Call upon 80 + call
upon pp + set 71
Delete privacy zone of
group n
Call upon 80 + call
upon pp + call upon71
Start privacy zone
function
Set 67
Close privacy zone
function
Call upon 67
Notice:
“1” means ptz location
information;
“2” means temperature
control information;
“3” means alarm information
“4” means system status
system;
“5” means product ID No.
and Version No.
PP means function No.: 1-4
“1” means preset position,
the first alarm input triggers
the second alarm input, and
then the second alarm input
will trigger the third alarm
input and by analogy.
“2” means auto scan, default
as scan of group 1;
“3” means cruise, default as
cruise of group 1;
“4” means pattern tour,
default as pattern tour of
group 1.
n: means auxiliary switch
No.(1- 2)
PP: privacy zone number, 1-8
1. “Call upon n” means call upon preset position “n”;
2. “Set n” means set preset position “n”
3. “Set m + call n” means set preset position “m” firstly, and then call upon preset
position “n”
4. “Set m + call n + … ” means set preset position “m” firstly, and then call upon
preset position “n”, “…” means the user can call upon several preset positions.
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7 The OSD Menu Setting
7.1 Operation Method of the Menu
The user can call upon preset position 95 to enter the setting interface of the OSD menu.
After entering the setting menu, a row of information will be displayed as follows (the screen
can only show a single-step item of the following menu):
The operations will be implemented by commands as “Focus in/out” and “Iris on/off”.
“Focus in”: Up
“Focus out”: Down
“Iris on”: Confirm
“Iris off”: Cancel
The user can also operate the OSD menu by Joystick
“Up”: Move the joystick upward to select.
“Down”: Move the joystick downward to select.
“Left”: Move the joystick leftward to confirm.
“Right”: Move the joystick rightward to cancel.
For example:
1. In status as the previous picture showed, the user press “Iris on” to enter BACKLIGHT
setting:
1. BACKLIGHT
ON/OFF
2. Press “Focus in/out” to select wanted item.
3. And then press “Iris on” to preserve the selected items or press “Iris off” to cancel the
selected item and go back to previous Menu.
4.
After all the function settings are settled down, switch to the item No.16 and press “Iris
on” to quit from the menu.
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7.2 OSD Menu Tree
SYSTEM INFORMATION
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DOME ID : 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
ADDRESS : 0 0 1
BAUDRATE : 9600,N,8,1
PROTOCOL : TIANDY
TEMP : 31℃
ALARM : 000000 00
<OTHER>
BACK
EXIT
DISPLAY
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DOME
:OFF
PRESET
:OFF
MOTION :OFF
ZONES
:OFF
DATE/TIME :OFF
PAN/TILT :OFF/2SEC/5SEC/10SEC
ALARM
:OFF
<DISPLAY POSITION>
BACK
EXIT
MAIN MENU
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LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
<SYSTEM INFORMATION>
<DISPLAY SETUP>
<DOME SETTINGS>
<CAMERA>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
DOME SETTINGS
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<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<AUX>
<PRIVACY MASK>
<CLOCK>
<PASSWORD>
<DOME TITLE>
<OTHERS>
HELP
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
MOTION
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<PRESET>
<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
<ZONES>
<TIMING ACTION>
<AUTO TRACKING>
CAMERA SETTING
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AUTO FOCUS : OFF
DIGITAL ZOOM : OFF
BACKLIGHT : OFF
IMAGE FREEZE : OFF
ZOOM SPEED : LOW/ NORMAL/HIGH
DAY NIGHT : AUTO/BW/COCLOR
<ADVANCED>
BACK
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
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MOTION
MAIN MENU
MOTION
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<PRESET>
<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
<ZONES>
<TIMING ACTION>
<AUTO TRACKING>
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LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
<SYSTEM INFORMATION>
<DISPLAY SETUP>
<DOME SETTINGS>
<CAMERA>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
BACK
EXIT
HELP
EXIT
A. PRESET
PRESET
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PRESET NO. : 001
MOTION
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<PRESET>
<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
<ZONES>
<TIMING ACTION>
<AUTO TRACKING>
TITLE
: PRESET 01
CALL
<SET>
DELETE
A1
B1
C1
D1
E1
BACK
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
A1. PRESET NO.
Move the cursor to PRESET NO., press the key IRIS ON(key on control keyboard) to enter the
edition mode of preset No., move the joystick upward and downward to select number. Then
press IRIS ON to confirm.
B1. TITLE
Move the cursor to TITLE and press IRIS ON to enter the edition mode of preset title.
C1.CALL
MOVE the cursor to CALL and press IRIS ON to call upon the current preset position.
D1.SET
Move the cursor to SET and press IRIS ON the enter preset setting mode. Then the sentence
“PRESS IRIS ON TO CONFIRM”will appear on the screen. Move the joystick to do PTZ move
and press IRIS ON to confirm the preset you want.
E1.DELETE
Move the cursor to DELETE and press IRIS ON to delete the current preset position.
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B.SCAN
SCAN
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SCAN NO. : 01
TITLE : SCAN 1
START
<LEFT LIMIT>
<RIGHT LIMIT>
SCAN SPEED : 20
MOTION
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<PRESET>
<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
<ZONES>
<TIMING ACTION>
<AUTO TRACKING>
A1
B1
C1
D1
E1
F1
BACK
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
A1.SCAN NO.
Move the cursor to SCAN NO. and press the key IRIS ON(key on control keyboard) to enter the
edition mode of scan No., move the joystick upward and downward to select number. Then
press IRIS ON to confirm.
B1. TITLE
Move the cursor to TITLE and press IRIS ON to enter the edition mode of scan title.
C1.START
MOVE the cursor to START and press IRIS ON to start the current scan.
D1.<LEFT LIMIT>
Move the cursor to <LEFT LIMIT> and press IRIS ON to start setting the left limit of the current
scan. Then the sentence “PRESS IRIS ON TO CONFIRM”will appear on the screen. Move the
joystick and press IRIS ON to confirm.
E1. <RIGHT LIMIT>
Move the cursor to <RIGHT LIMIT> and press IRIS ON to start setting the right limit of the
current scan. Then the sentence “PRESS IRIS ON TO CONFIRM”will appear on the screen.
Move the joystick and press IRIS ON to confirm.
F1. SCAN SPEED
Move the cursor to SCAN SPEED and press IRIS ON to enter the edition mode of scan speed.
Move the joystick upward and downward to select a speed scale, then press IRIS ON to
confirm. The speed scale ranges from 1~30.
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C.SEQUENCE
MOTION
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<PRESET>
<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
<ZONES>
<TIMING ACTION>
<AUTO TRACKING>
SEQUENCE
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SEQ NO. : 1
BACK
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
TITLE : SEQ 1
A1
B1
START
<SEQUENCE SET>
DELETE
C1
D1
E1
A1.SEQ NO.
Move the cursor to SEQ NO. and press the key IRIS ON(key on control keyboard) to enter the
edition mode of sequence No., move the joystick upward and downward to select number.
Then press IRIS ON to confirm.
B1. TITLE
Move the cursor to TITLE and press IRIS ON to enter the edition mode of sequence title.
C1.START
MOVE the cursor to START and press IRIS ON to start the current sequence.
D1.<SEQUENCE SET>
Press IRIS ON to enter into the sequence setting
SEQUENCE
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NO.
PRESET INTERVAL
SEQUENCE
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SEQ NO. : 1
TITLE : SEQ 1
START
<SEQUENCE SET>
DELETE
>> 0 1
002
02
001
---
03
04
05
06
EDIT 0 1
BACK
EXIT
03
03
--
-------
---
003
03
BACK
--
INS
EXIT
Move the cursor to EDIT and press IRIS ON to enter edition mode. Move the joystick rightward
and leftward to select item.
a. When the < > is on the item NO., move joystick upward and downward to select the NO.of
the preset in a sequence. There are up to 32 presets in a single sequence.
b. When the < > is on the item PRESET, move the joystick upward and downward to select the
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preset NO. you want to add in the sequence.
c.When the < > is on the item INS, move the joystick upward and downward to select edition
mode as “insert”, “ok” and “delete”.
d. Press IRIS OFF to quit the edition.
D. PATTERN
MOTION
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<PRESET>
<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
<ZONES>
<TIMING ACTION>
<AUTO TRACKING>
PATTERN
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PATTERN NO. : 1
TITLE
: PATTERN 1
START
<SET>
DELETE
BACK
EXIT
A1
B1
C1
D1
E1
BACK
EXIT
A1.PATTERN NO.
Move the cursor to PATT and press the key IRIS ON(key on control keyboard) to enter the
edition mode of sequence No., move the joystick upward and downward to select number.
Then press IRIS ON to confirm.
B1. TITLE
Move the cursor to TITLE and press IRIS ON to enter the edition mode of sequence title.
C1.START
MOVE the cursor to START and press IRIS ON to start the current Pattern.
D1. <SET>
Move the cursor to SET and press IRIS ON the enter pattern setting mode. Then the sentence
“PRESS IRIS ON TO CONFIRM”will appear on the screen. Move the joystick to do PTZ move
and press IRIS ON to confirm.
E1.DELETE
Move the cursor to DELETE and press IRIS ON to delete the current pattern.
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E.<ZONES>
MOTION
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<PRESET>
<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
<ZONES>
<TIMING ACTION>
<AUTO TRACKING>
ZONES
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- ZONE IS NOT SET -
ZONE NO. : 1
TITLE NO. : ZONE 1
<LEFT LIMIT>
<RIGHT LIMIT>
DELETE
BACK
EXIT
A1
B1
C1
D1
E1
F1
BACK
EXIT
A1.ZONE INFORMATION
B1.ZONE NO.
Move the cursor to ZONE NO. and press the key IRIS ON(key on control keyboard) to enter the
edition mode of zone No., move the joystick upward and downward to select number. Then
press IRIS ON to confirm.
B1. TITLE
Move the cursor to TITLE and press IRIS ON to enter the edition mode of zone title.
C1.<LEFT LIMIT>
Move the cursor to <LEFT LIMIT> and press IRIS ON to start setting the left limit of the current
zone. Then the sentence “PRESS IRIS ON TO CONFIRM”will appear on the screen. Move the
joystick and press IRIS ON to confirm.
E1. <RIGHT LIMIT>
Move the cursor to <RIGHT LIMIT> and press IRIS ON to start setting the right limit of the
current zone. Then the sentence “PRESS IRIS ON TO CONFIRM”will appear on the screen.
Move the joystick and press IRIS ON to confirm.
F1.DELETE
Press IRIS ON to delete the current zone.
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F.TIMING ACTION
A1
B1
MOTION
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<PRESET>
<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
<ZONES>
<TIMING ACTION>
<AUTO TRACKING>
TIMING ACTION
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C1
NO. START STOP MOTION
0 0 : 0 0 0 0 : 0 0 NONE
1
2
0 0 : 0 0 0 0 : 0 0 NONE
0 0 : 0 0 0 0 : 0 0 NONE
3
0 0 : 0 0 0 0 : 0 0 NONE
4
0 0 : 0 0 0 0 : 0 0 NONE
5
0 0 : 0 0 0 0 : 0 0 NONE
6
0 0 : 0 0 0 0 : 0 0 NONE
7
0 0 : 0 0 0 0 : 0 0 NONE
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D1
MON COPY BACK
G1
OFF
F1
E1
A1.SHEDULE NO.
B1.START
Start time of timing action.
C1.STOP
Stop time of timing action.
D1.MOTION
Timing action modes: PRESET 1-8, SCAN 1-4, SEQUENCE 1-4, PATTERN 1-4
E1:ON/OFF
Press IRIS ON to enable or disable the timing action
F1:COPY
User can copy a schedule to other 6 days in a week.
G1. BACK
Go back to upper menu
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G. AUTO TRACKING
MOTION
――――――――――――――
<PRESET>
<SCAN>
<SEQUENCE>
<PATTERN>
<ZONES>
<TIMING ACTION>
<AUTO TRACKING>
AUTO TRACKING
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SENSITIVITY : 06
FRAME RATE: MID
ENABLE: OFF
A1
B1
C1
BACK
EXIT
A1.SENSITIVITY
Secitivity of auto tracking funtion. Scale from1 to 15.
B1.FRAME RATE
Setting of the frame inspection rate.
C1.ENABLE
Enabel or disable the auto tracking function.
*Notice: The auto tracking function is only for the speed dome with the camera module which
support auto tracking.
DOME SETTING
MAIN MENU
――――――――――――――
DOME SETTINGS
――――――――――――――
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<AUX>
<PRIVACY MASK>
<CLOCK>
<PASSWORD>
<DOME TITLE>
<OTHERS>
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
<SYSTEM INFORMATION>
<DISPLAY SETUP>
<DOME SETTINGS>
<CAMERA>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
BACK
EXIT
HELP
EXIT
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
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A. IDLE ACTION
DOME SETTINGS
――――――――――――――
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<AUX>
<PRIVACY MASK>
<CLOCK>
<PASSWORD>
<DOME TITLE>
<OTHERS>
IDLE ACTION
――――――――――――――
TIME : 3 0 SEC
BACK
EXIT
EXIT
ACTION :
NO ACTION
A1
B1
BACK
A1:IDLE ACTION
Move the cursor to TIME, press IRIS ON to enter the edition mode of idle action starting time.
The time could be 30seconds, 2 minutes, 5 minutes or 10 minutes. Press IRIS ON to confirm.
B1: ACTION
Move the cursor to ACTION and press the key IRIS ON to edit the idle action type like preset,
scan, sequence or none.
B.ALARM
DOME SETTINGS
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<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<AUX>
<PRIVACY MASK>
<CLOCK>
<PASSWORD>
<DOME TITLE>
<OTHERS>
ALARM SETTING
――――――――――――――
ALARM NO. : 1
INPUT STATE : CLOSE
ALARM MODE : OFF
TRIGGER ACTION : NONE
ALARM OUT : OFF/OUT1/OUT2/ALL
CANCEL TIME : 10SEC
START TIME : 0 0 : 0 0
STOP TIME
: 00:00
BACK
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
A1
B1
C1
D1
E1
F1
G1
H1
A1. ALARM NO.
Move the cursor to ALARM NO., press IRIS ON to select the channel No. of alarm input. When
the channel No. has been changed, the system will update all the relative settings and
displayed data.
B1. INPUT STATE
Move the cursor to INPUT STATE, press IRIS ON to set the current state of alarm input as open
or close.
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C1. ALARM MODE
Move the cursor on ALARM MODE to set the current mode of alarm as ON, OFF and AUTO.
D1. TRIGGER ACTION
Move the cursor on TRIGGER ACTION to set the action type triggered by alarm, such as
presets, sequence, pattern and scan.
E1. ALARM OUT
Move the cursor to ALARM OUT to select the alarm output channel.
F1. CANCEL TIME
Move the cursor to CANCEL TIME to set the duration of the alarm state.
G1. START TIME
START TIME means the time for opening the alarm when the alarm mode is auto.
H1. STOP TIME
STOP TIME means the time for closing the alarm when the alarm mode is auto.
C. AUX
AUX
――――――――――――――
AUX1: OFF
DOME SETTINGS
――――――――――――――
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<AUX>
<PRIVACY MASK>
<CLOCK>
<PASSWORD>
<DOME TITLE>
<OTHERS>
AUX2: OFF
BACK
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
Move the cursor to open or close the AUX
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B1
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D. PRIVACY MASK
PRIVACY MASK
――――――――――――――
MASK NO. : 1
DOME SETTINGS
――――――――――――――
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<AUX>
<PRIVACY MASK>
<CLOCK>
<PASSWORD>
<DOME TITLE>
<OTHERS>
ENABLE : OFF
<SET>
DELETE
A1
B1
C1
D1
BACK
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
A1. MASK NO.
Move the cursor to MASK NO. to set the NO. of privacy mask zone.
B1.ENABLE
Move the cursor to ENABLE to enable or disable the privacy mask zone.
C1.<SET>
.Move the cursor to <SET> and press IRIS ON to enter the edition mode of privacy mask zone.
Then the sentence “PRESS IRIS ON TO CONFIRM” will be displayed on the monitor. Use
joystick to move the dome to the area you want to cover and press IRIS ON to confirm. There
will be a privacy zone in the middle of the monitor. Move joystick upward, downward, leftward
and rightward to adjust the size of privacy zone.
D1. DELETE
Press IRIS ON to delete the current privacy zone.
E. CLOCK
DATE/TIME
――――――――――――――
DOME SETTINGS
――――――――――――――
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<AUX>
<PRIVACY MASK>
<CLOCK>
<PASSWORD>
<DOME TITLE>
<OTHERS>
DATE: 2008-01-01
A1
B1
TIME: 00:00
SAVE
BACK
EXIT
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CANCEL
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A1:DATE
Move the joystick leftward and rightward to select year, month and day. Move the joystick
upward and downward to select the number.
B1:TIME
Move the joystick leftward and rightward to select hour and minute. Move the joystick upward
and downward to select the number.
F. PASSWORD
PASSWORD
――――――――――――――
<EDIT PASSWORD>
DOME SETTINGS
――――――――――――――
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<AUX>
<PRIVACY MASK>
<CLOCK>
<PASSWORD>
<DOME TITLE>
<OTHERS>
A1
B1
ENABLE : OFF
BACK
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
A1.EDIT PASSWORD
The factory default password is 111111. The old password is needed before setting a new one.
B1.ENABLE
Enable or disable the password protection for OSD menu
G. DOME TITLE
DOME TITLE SET
――――――――――――――
DOME SETTINGS
――――――――――――――
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<AUX>
<PRIVACY MASK>
<CLOCK>
<PASSWORD>
<DOME TITLE>
<OTHERS>
INPUT:<-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
CAPS
ABCDEFGHIJ
KLMNOPQRST
U V W X Y Z . <-
BACK
EXIT
OK
CANCEL
A1. INPUT
Move the cursor to INPUT and press IRIS ON to enter the title edition mode.
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A1
B1
C1
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B1. Move the cursor to CAPS. Press IRIS ON and move the joystick upward and downward to
select capital and small letters.
C1. ALPHABET
Move the cursor to alphabet and press IRIS ON to select letters.
H. OTHERS
DOME SETTINGS
――――――――――――――
<IDLE>
<ALARM>
<AUX>
<PRIVACY MASK>
<CLOCK>
<PASSWORD>
<DOME TITLE>
<OTHERS>
BACK
EXIT
OTHERS
――――――――――――――
TEMP CONTROL : COOL/AUTO/HEAT/OFF
PRESET FREEZE : OFF
AUTO FLIP
: ON
AUTO STOP TIME : 30SEC
MENU OFF TIME : 5MIN
<NORTH SET>
A1
B1
C1
D1
E1
F1
BACK
EXIT
A1:TEMP CONTROL
Move the cursor to TEMP CONTROL and press IRIS ON to select the temperature control mode
as: COOL/AUTO/HEAT/OFF
B1:PRESET FREEZE
Move the cursor to PRESET FREEZE and press IRIS ON to set preset freeze function. When
the dome is shifting from one preset to another, the image on the monitor will not change until
the preset calling is done.
C1:AUTO FLIP
Move the cursor to AUTO FLIP and press IRIS ON to enable or disable auto flip function.
D1.AUTO STOP TIME
The dome will stop PTZ move after a certain period when the stop code is not received by
dome. The period could be 5/15/30/60 seconds.
E1.MENU OFF TIME
The OSD menu will be automatically closed when there is not any operations for a certain
period. The period could be 1/2/5/10 minutes.
F1. <NORTH SET>
Move to cursor to NOTTH SET and press IRIS ON to set the direction null point.
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CAMERA
MAIN MENU
CAMERA SETTING
――――――――――――――
AUTO FOCUS : OFF
DIGITAL ZOOM : OFF
BACKLIGHT : OFF
IMAGE FREEZE : OFF
ZOOM SPEED : LOW/ NORMAL/HIGH
DAY NIGHT : AUTO/BW/COLOR
<ADVANCED>
――――――――――――――
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
<SYSTEM INFORMATION>
<DISPLAY SETUP>
<DOME SETTINGS>
<CAMERA>
<MOTION>
RESTART
FACTORY DEFAULTS
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
BACK
EXIT
HELP
EXIT
A.AUTO FOCUS
B.DIGITAL ZOOM
C.BACKLIGHT
When the light is dim, please open the backlight compensation to make the image bright
D.IMAGE FREEZE
E.ZOOM SPEED: LOW/NORMAL/HIGH
F.DAY NIGHT:AUTO/BW/COLOR
G. <ADVANCED>
CAMERA SETTING
――――――――――――――
AUTO FOCUS : OFF
DIGITAL ZOOM : OFF
BACKLIGHT : OFF
IMAGE FREEZE : OFF
ZOOM SPEED : LOW/ NORMAL/HIGH
DAY NIGHT : AUTO/BW/COLOR
<ADVANCED>
ADVANCED
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WHITE BALANCE: AUTO
RED GAIN : 064
BLUE GAIN : 212
BRIGHT
: 06
EXPOSURE : AUTO
WIDE DYNAMIC : OFF
BACK
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
A1. WHITE BALANCE:AUTO/MANUAL/INDOOR/OUTDOOR
B1. RED GAIN
C1. BLUE GAIN
D1.BRIGHT
E1.EXPOSURE
F1.WIDE DYNAMIC
*NOTICE: This item is only for the camera module with WDR function.
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A1
B1
C1
D1
E1
F1
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8 Trouble Shooting
Problems
Possible Reason
Solution
Power on, no movement,
no image, indicator light
does not light
Power line connected wrong
Correct it
Power damaged
Replace
Blowout
Replace
Power line be connected bad
Check it
The machine’s address code or
baud rate is wrong
Reset
Protocol wrong
Correct it
RS485 bus be connected wrong
Check it
Focus in manual state
Clean it
Dome is dirty
Change a certified
power supply
Fan is connected wrong
Check it
Power on, self check, has
image, can’t control,
indicator light does not
flicker
Image is dim
Fan does not rotate
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