WV-CS574E
Operating Instructions
WV-CS570
WV-CS574E
ENGLISH
Colour CCTV Camera
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ESPAÑOL
FRANÇAIS
DEUTSCH
Model Nos.
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
ENGLISH VERSION
We declare under our sole responsibility that the product to which this
declaration relates is in conformity with the standards or other
normative documents following the provisions of Directives EEC/73/23
and EEC/89/336.
Vi deklarerar härmed värt fulla ansvar för att den produkt till vilken
denna deklaration hänvisar är i överensstämmelse med
standarddokument, eller andra normativa dokument som framstölls i
EEC-direktiv nr. 73/23 och 89/336.
Wij verklaren als enige aansprakelijke, dat het product waarop deze
verklaring betrekking heeft, voldoet aan de volgende normen of
andere normatieve documenten, overeenkomstig de bepalingen van
Richtlijnen 73/23/EEC en 89/336/EEC.
Ilmoitamme yksinomaisella vastuullamme, että tuote, jota tämä
ilmoitus koskee, noudattaa seuraavia standardeja tai muita ohjeellisia
asiakirjoja, jotka noudattavat direktiivien 73/23/EEC ja 89/336/EEC
säädöksiä.
Vi erklærer os eneansvarlige for, at dette produkt, som denne
deklaration omhandler, er i overensstemmelse med standarder eller
andre normative dokumenter i følge bestemmelserne i direktivene
73/23/EEC og 89/336/EEC.
Vi erklærer oss alene ansvarlige for at produktet som denne
erklæringen gjelder for, er i overensstemmelse med følgende normer
eller andre normgivende dokumenter som følger bestemmelsene i
direktivene 73/23/ EEC og 89/336/EEC.
CAUTION:
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read the label on the surface of the unit.
FOR YOUR SAFETY PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING
TEXT CAREFULLY.
CAUTION
WARNING: This apparatus must be earthed.
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with
the following code.
Green-and-yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this
appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows.
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be
connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the
letter E or by the earth symbol I or coloured green or
green-and-yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter N or
coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to
the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter L or
coloured red.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is
intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated "dangerous
voltage" within the product's enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
The serial number of this product may be found on the
surface of the unit.
You should note the serial number of this unit in the
space provided and retain this instruction as a
permanent record of your purchase to aid identification
in the event of theft.
Turn the power off at the mains to
disconnect the main power for all unit.
Model No.
WV-CS570/CS574E
Serial No.
WARNING:
To prevent fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed to
dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
CAUTION:
An ALL-POLE MAINS SWITCH with a contact separation of at least 3 mm in each pole shall be incorporated in the
electrical installation of the building.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
ENGLISH
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8) Do not use near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or
the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician
for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles and the
points where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-overs.
S3125A
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in
any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
THIS PUBLICATION IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THE THIRD PARTY'S RIGHT.
THIS PUBLICATION COULD INCLUDE TECHNICAL INACCURACIES OR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. CHANGES
ARE ADDED TO THE INFORMATION HEREIN, AT ANY TIME, FOR THE IMPROVEMENTS OF THIS PUBLICATION
AND/OR THE CORRESPONDING PRODUCT(S).
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY
IN NO EVENT SHALL MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD. BE LIABLE TO ANY PARTY OR ANY PERSON, EXCEPT FOR REPLACEMENT OR REASONABLE MAINTENANCE OF THE PRODUCT, FOR THE CASES,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO BELOW:
(1) ANY DAMAGE AND LOSS, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, DIRECT OR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THE PRODUCT;
(2) PERSONAL INJURY OR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY INAPPROPRIATE USE OR NEGLIGENT OPERATION OF THE
USER;
(3) UNAUTHORIZED DISASSEMBLE, REPAIR OR MODIFICATION OF THE PRODUCT BY THE USER;
(4) INCONVENIENCE OR ANY LOSS ARISING WHEN IMAGES ARE NOT DISPLAYED, DUE TO ANY REASON OR
CAUSE INCLUDING ANY FAILURE OR PROBLEM OF THE PRODUCT;
(5) ANY PROBLEM, CONSEQUENTIAL INCONVENIENCE, OR LOSS OR DAMAGE, ARISING OUT OF THE SYSTEM
COMBINED BY THE DEVICES OF THIRD PARTY.
(6) ANY CLAIM OR ACTION FOR DAMAGES, BROUGHT BY ANY PERSON OR ORGANIZATION BEING PHOTOGENIC SUBJECT, DUE TO VIOLATION OF PRIVACY WITH THE RESULT OF THAT SURVEILLANCE-CAMERA'S
PICTURE, INCLUDING SAVED DATA, FOR SOME REASON, BECOMES PUBLIC OR IS USED FOR THE PURPOSE
OTHER THAN SURVEILLANCE.
(7) ANY PROBLEM, CONSEQUENTIAL INCONVENIENCE, ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE, ARISING OUT OF THE IMPROPER DETECTION OR SLIP-UP IN DETECTION BY VMD (VIDEO MOTION DETECTOR) FUNCTION OF THE PRODUCT.
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FEATURES
■ Privacy Zone Function
This Colour CCTV Camera is a video surveillance
device that incorporates a 1/4-type {1/4"} CCD, a 22x
zoom lens, preset and pan and tilt capabilities in a
dome configuration. It also has the following features.
The privacy zone function makes it possible to mask
specific areas of the scene from view.
■ Patrol Function
■ New DSP for High Sensitivity
The patrol function remembers manual camera movement routines for automatic playback when they are
needed. For example, you can teach the camera the
movements of the people you want to monitor, by
replaying the stored parameters complicated movements are done automatically.
A new noise reduction system lowers minimum illuminance to 1.0 lx {0.1 footcandle} in the colour mode.
■ Digital Flip
Normally, a camera needs to stop when it points
straight down during a tilt operation. With digital flip,
however, the camera is able to tilt from 0 ° to 180 ° in a
single motion. This makes it possible to track subjects
passing directly under the camera more smoothly.
■ Camera Position Memory
The system can be configured with up to 32 camera
positions. A particular camera position can be selected
and viewed by entering the applicable preset number
on the system controller 10-key pad.
Digital Flip Operation
q Tilting
downwards
w The picture is
e Tilting upwards.
flipped when the
camera is pointing
straight down
(at around 135 °).
■ Motion Detection
The system can be configured so any motion on the
monitor screen during surveillance causes output of an
alarm signal.
This function can be used to structure a system with a
VTR that records images of nighttime intruders.
Digital flip is performed only when the system controller joystick is
held downwards.
ACCESSORIES
8P Alarm Cable ...................................................... 1 pc.
4P Alarm Cable ...................................................... 1 pc.
Connector for 24 V AC (only for WV-CS574E) ....... 1 pc.
Operating Instructions (this manual) ...................... 1 pc.
The following items are for installation.
Decorative Cover ................................................... 1 pc.
Dust Protection Sheet ............................................. 1 pc.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Dome Cover (approx. 60 % transparency, smoked type) .......... WV-CS2SE
Dome Cover (approx. 50 % transparency, smoked type) .......... WV-CS2SHE
Dome Cover (approx. 70 % transparency, metal type) .............. WV-CS2ME
Ceiling Mount Bracket ................................................................. WV-Q105E/WV-Q106E/WV-Q117E
Wall Mount Bracket ..................................................................... WV-Q118E
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PRECAUTIONS
■ Do not attempt to disassemble the camera.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or
covers.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
Ask qualified service personnel for servicing.
■ Do not operate the camera beyond the specified
temperature, humidity or power source ratings.
Do not use the camera in an extreme environment
where high temperature or high humidity exists. Do not
place the camera near heat sources such as radiators,
stoves or other units that produce heat.
Use the camera under conditions where temperature is
between –10 °C - +50 °C {14 °F - 122 °F}, preferably
+40 °C {104 °F}, and humidity is below 90 %.
The input power source is 220 V - 240 V AC for WVCS570 and 24 V AC for WV-CS574E.
■ Handle the camera with care.
Do not misuse the camera. Avoid striking, shaking, etc.
The camera could be damaged by improper handling
or storage.
■ Do not expose the camera to rain or moisture, nor
try to operate it in wet areas.
This product is designed for indoor use or locations
where it is protected from rain and moisture.
Turn the power off immediately and ask qualified service personnel for servicing.
Moisture can damage the camera and also create the
danger of electric shock.
■ Do not install the camera near the air outlet of an
air conditioner.
The lens may become cloudy due to condensation if
the camera is used under the following conditions.
• Rapid temperature fluctuations by switching the air
conditioner on and off.
• Rapid temperature fluctuations due to frequent door
opening and closing.
• Use in an environment where eyeglasses become
foggy.
• Use in a room filled with cigarette smoke or dust.
If the lens becomes cloudy due to condensation,
remove the dome cover and wipe all moist surfaces
with a soft cloth.
• Avoid use of this camera in a food preparation area
and other locations where there are large amounts
of steam vapor and oil.
■ Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when
cleaning the camera body.
Use a dry cloth to clean the camera when it is dirty.
When the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild detergent
and wipe gently. Care should be taken not to scratch
the dome cover when wiping it.
Afterwards, wipe off the remaining detergent with a dry
cloth.
■ Never aim the camera at the sun.
Whether or not the camera is in use , never aim it at the
sun or other extremely bright objects. Otherwise,
blooming or smear may be caused.
■ Consumables
Parts having contacts such as the lens-drive motors,
cooling fan motor and slip-rings inside the camera are
subject to wear with time. Please ask the nearest service centre about replacement and maintenance of such
parts.
■ Do not point the camera at a strong light source.
Intense light such as that produced by a spotlight concentrated on one part of the screen can cause blooming (rainbow around the strong light) or smearing (vertical stripes above and below the strong light).
■ Do not aim the camera at the same object for a
long time.
Burn-in of an image may be caused on the fluorescent
screen of CRT.
Bright Subject
Blooming
Smearing
■ Self-diagnosis Function
If the camera continues operating abnormally for 30
seconds or more due to such an accident as external
noise, the camera will automatically reset its power. In
the case it happens frequently, check if there would be
any environmental cause.
■ Do not install this camera upside down.
This camera is designed for mounting on the ceiling or
wall. Using this camera installed upside down, for
example, mounted on the floor, may cause malfunction.
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■ About the Camera Cleaning Function
Prolonged use can lead to noise on the monitor and
divergence of preset positions.
If such conditions persist even after you perform camera cleaning (page 41), use the special setup menu to
execute the "REFRESH" operation (page 50).
If you are using a matrix switcher with a camera cleaning function (WJ-SX550C), configure the matrix switcher Auto Cleaning settings so cleaning is performed
once a day.
■ Downloading (saving) or uploading (recovering)
camera preset data
When downloading or uploading camera preset data,
aim the camera at static objects such as a wall without
moving the camera as much as possible.
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CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................ 3
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY ............................................................................................... 4
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY .......................................................................................... 4
FEATURES ........................................................................................................................ 5
■ New DSP for High Sensitivity ..................................................................................... 5
■ Digital Flip .................................................................................................................. 5
■ Privacy Zone Function ............................................................................................... 5
■ Patrol Function ..............................................................................................................5
■ Camera Position Memory .......................................................................................... 5
■ Motion Detection ........................................................................................................ 5
ACCESORIES ................................................................................................................... 5
OPTIONAL ACCESORIES ................................................................................................ 5
PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................................................. 6
CONSTRUCTION ............................................................................................................. 9
INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS ....................................................................................... 10
DIP SWITCH SETTINGS ................................................................................................... 11
■ Communication Parameters (DIP Switch 2) .............................................................. 11
■ Unit Number (DIP Switch 1) ....................................................................................... 12
■ RS485 Communication Parameters (DIP Switch 1) ................................................... 13
CAMERA INSTALLATION ................................................................................................. 14
■ Preparing the Camera and Decorative Cover for Side Cable Exit ............................ 14
■ Installing the Camera ................................................................................................. 14
UNINSTALLING THE CAMERA ........................................................................................ 16
■ Uninstalling the Camera ............................................................................................ 16
CONNECTIONS ................................................................................................................ 17
RS485 SETUP ................................................................................................................... 19
USING THE SETUP MENU ............................................................................................... 20
■ Setup Menu ............................................................................................................... 20
■ Setup Menu Description ............................................................................................ 22
SETTING PROCEDURES .................................................................................................. 26
■ Menu Display ............................................................................................................. 26
■ Preset Menu ............................................................................................................... 26
■ Deleting Preset Positions ........................................................................................... 31
■ Home Position Setting (HOME POSITION) ................................................................ 31
■ Self Return Setting (SELF RETURN) .......................................................................... 31
■ Auto Mode Selection (AUTO MODE) ......................................................................... 32
■ Auto Pan Key Setting (AUTO PAN KEY) .................................................................... 33
■ Digital Flip Setting (DIGITAL FLIP) ............................................................................ 34
■ Special 1 Menu Setting (SPECIAL 1) ......................................................................... 35
■ Camera Setting .......................................................................................................... 42
SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................................................. 52
SHORTCUTS .................................................................................................................... 54
TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................................................................... 56
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CONSTRUCTION
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q Alarm Input Connector
y Camera Mounting Base
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u Panning Start Point
e Video Output Connector
i Fall Prevention Wire
r Data Port
o Decoration Cover
t Power Cable for WV-CS570
!0 Dome Cover
t* Power Cable for WV-CS574E
Ensuring Trouble-free Operation
• This camera uses a "slip ring" for transmission of electrical power and signals. A dirty slip ring can cause deterioration of picture quality during panning and generation of noise.
In order to ensure trouble-free camera operation, make sure that the cleaning function (page 41) is turned on.
• If cleaning the slip ring does not eliminate poor picture quality and noise, it could mean that the slip ring has
reached the end of its service life. Contact a qualified service person or system installer to have it replaced.
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INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS
• In a motor vehicle, on a boat, or other areas subject
to strong vibration (This camera is not designed for
use in a vehicle.)
• Near an air conditioner outlet, near a door that
opens up to the outdoors, or any other area subjected to temperature extremes (Such conditions can
cause clouding and condensation formation on the
dome cover.)
Warning:
Discuss the installation location for the camera with
your retailer, and select a place that is strong
enough for the installation. If you install the camera
on a ceiling or wall, except for accidents caused by
fault in the camera, Panasonic holds absolutely no
responsibility for accidents caused by the camera
falling due to unsuitable installation. Take sufficient
care when installing the camera. If the installation is
not strong enough, be sure to sufficiently reinforce
the location and check that it is safe.
Warning:
Always request installation work from a qualified
service person or system installer. Lack of technical
knowledge creates the risk of fire, electric shock,
personal injury, and material damage.
■ Wiring the Camera
• If you need to connect a ground, be sure to do it
before you connect the main power plug. Also,
when removing the ground, be sure to disconnect
the main power plug.
• The camera does not have a power switch, so it
turns on as soon as the power cord is plugged into
a power outlet. During the electrical work, configure
the power supply to the camera so it can be turned
on and off. A self-cleaning function is activated
(PAN/TILT/ZOOM/FOCUS) when the camera is
turned on.
■ Camera Installation Location
• Install the camera on a ceiling (concrete, etc.) at a
location that is sufficiently strong to support it.
• When installing the camera on a ceiling of insufficient strength (like a drop ceiling), use the optionally
available WV-Q105E Direct Attachment Ceiling
Mounting Bracket or the WV-Q106E Embedded ceiling Mount Bracket.
• For ceiling mounting, use the optionally available
WV-Q117E Ceiling Mount Bracket.
• For wall mounting, use the optionally available WVQ118E Wall Mount Bracket.
■ When wiring the camera, its cables (power, video
output, RS485, alarm in, alarm out) can exit out
the side or the top of the camera.
• When using the top cable exit configuration, drill a
hole in the ceiling to allow passage of the cables.
(See step 3 on page 15.)
• When using the side cable exit configuration, prepare the cutout in the die cast case and decorative
cover. (See "Preparing the Camera and Decorative
Cover for Side Cable Exit" on page 14.)
■ This camera is an indoor camera. It is not
designed for outdoor use.
■ This camera is designed for use in a hanging configuration only. Using it in an upright or inclined
configuration can cause malfunction and shorten
the life of the camera.
■ Install the camera in a horizontal configuration,
with the dome pointed downwards.
■ Noise interference considerations
When using a power line that is greater than 220 240 V AC and wiring that is longer than 1 meter, wiring
should be performed using a separate metal conduit.
(The metal conduit must be earth grounded.)
■ Never install or use the camera in the following
locations.
• Areas directly exposed to rain and water
• Near a swimming pool or other areas where chemicals are used
• Food preparation areas and other locations where
there are large amounts of steam vapor and oil, in
flammable atmospheres, other special environments
• Areas where radiation, X-rays, strong electric waves,
or magnetism is generated
• At sea, in coastal areas, or in areas where corrosive
gas is being generated
• Areas outside of the allowable ambient operating
temperature range (–10 °C to +50 °C {14 °F to
122 °F})
■ Screws should be ordered separately.
The camera does not come with screws. Make sure that
the materials and structure of the installation location is
strong enough to support the total weight of the camera.
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■ Heat radiation
The surface of the camera radiates heat. Ventilation
holes should be provided when installing the camera in
an enclosed ceiling or confined location where heat can
build up.
Important:
Before setting up the camera for a configuration
where the camera's RS485 data port is used for
camera control (pan, tilt, etc.) by the system controller, the camera's DIP switches must be configured to specify the unit number and communication parameters. (This page)
If DIP switch setting is not performed, the system
controller control will not be possible and camera setup will have to be performed again. Be
sure to check the DIP switch settings before setting up the camera.
Ventilation holes
■ Beware of high humidity.
If the camera is installed when humidity is very high,
moisture may collect in the camera and cause the
dome to become foggy. If the dome becomes foggy,
remove it when the humidity is low and eliminate the
moisture inside the camera, and then replace the
dome. (page 9)
DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
In a configuration where the camera's RS485 data port is used for camera control (pan, tilt, etc.) by the system controller, the camera's DIP switches must be configured to specify the unit number and communication parameters.
The camera mounting base needs to be removed to access the DIP switches. See steps 1 to 3 on page 16 for information about how to remove the camera mounting base.
DIP Switch 1
DIP Switch 2
ON
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■ Communication Parameters (DIP Switch 2)
The factory default settings of these DIP switches are all OFF.
ON
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Communication
Parameters
Terminator
Switch 1: Terminator (Internal Termination Resistance)
Set it to ON in the following situations.
When only one camera is connected.
When only one camera is connected via a daisy chain over a long distance.
Switches 2 through 4: Communication Parameters
This setting toggles between 2-line and 4-line communication.
Use these switches to select the communication protocol being
used.
ON
ON
1
2
3
4
4-line Communication
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4
2-line Communication
■ Unit Number (DIP Switch 1)
The factory default settings of these DIP switches are all OFF. (Coaxial Multiplex System)
DIP Switch 1
Unit
Number
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
66
1
44
ON
1
ON
1
51
60
1
ON
1
50
ON
43
1
22
1
42
1
21
47
37
8
ON
2
8
ON
20
1
7
ON
ON
ON
6
ON
19
1
5
41
1
ON
4
ON
ON
2
3
ON
18
1
2
40
1
8
1
ON
ON
2
46
ON
17
1
8
39
1
ON
7
ON
ON
ON
6
ON
16
1
5
38
1
ON
4
ON
ON
2
3
ON
15
1
2
ON
ON
ON
1
ON
ON
ON
1
5
ON
ON
1
4
ON
ON
1
3
ON
ON
1
2
ON
ON
1
1
Unit
Number
ON
ON
ON
1
8
ON
ON
1
7
ON
ON
1
6
ON
ON
1
5
ON
ON
1
4
ON
ON
1
3
ON
ON
1
2
23
ON
ON
1
1
DIP Switch 1
ON
ON
1 ~ 96 *
ON
1
Unit
Number
DIP Switch 1
45
ON
1
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67
68
DIP Switch 1
Unit
Number
ON
1
ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
69
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
70
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
71
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
72
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
73
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
74
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
75
7
78
8
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
76
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
79
8
3
4
5
6
7
8
77
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
87
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
88
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
89
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
90
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
80
8
1
ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
81
8
1
ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
82
8
1
91
ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
83
8
1
92
ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
84
8
1
93
ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
85
8
ON
2
Unit
Number
ON
ON
ON
1
6
ON
ON
1
5
ON
ON
1
4
ON
ON
1
3
ON
ON
1
1
DIP Switch 1
ON
2
ON
ON
1
1
ON
ON
1
Unit
Number
DIP Switch 1
1
94
ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
86
8
1
95
* When using the Unit Number 1 to 96 setting, the unit number setting needs to be configured using the RS485 SET
UP menu. For details about configuring this setting, see step 2 and page 19.
* Turning on power when this setting is selected causes the RS485 SET UP menu to appear during the initialization
routine.
■ RS485 Communication Parameters (DIP Switch 1)
Configuring DIP Switch 1 as shown below resets communication parameters to their factory default settings. You can
then change the settings as desired.
DIP Switch 1
Setting Description
ON
This setting resets communication parameters to the factory default settings.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
BAUD RATE : 19 200 bit/s, DATA BIT : 8 bit, PARITY CHECK : NONE, STOP BIT : 1 bit
1
ON
BAUD RATE : 9 600 bit/s, DATA BIT : 8 bit, PARITY CHECK : NONE, STOP BIT : 1 bit
1
ON
BAUD RATE : 4 800 bit/s, DATA BIT : 8 bit, PARITY CHECK : NONE, STOP BIT : 1 bit
1
Perform the following steps to use this setting.
(1) Turn off the camera and use DIP Switch 1 to configure RS485 communication parameters as shown above.
(2) Turn on the camera.
This applies the setting you configured in step (1).
(3) Turn off the camera, use DIP Switch 1 to set the unit number (pages 12 and 13), and then turn the camera back on
again.
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CAMERA INSTALLATION
■ Preparing the Camera and
Decorative Cover for Side Cable
Exit
Fixing screw
After loosening
the screw, press
upwards on the
camera and then
remove it.
The camera and decorative cover should be prepared
as shown below when mounting the camera on a ceiling or wall with its cables (power, video output, RS485,
alarm in, alarm out) exiting from the side.
The camera mounting base needs to be removed in
order to prepare the camera. See steps 1 and 2 below
for information about how to remove the camera mounting base.
2. Rotate the camera base unit in the direction indicated by the arrow and remove it.
15°
Cutout in Diecast Case
Rotate
Pull the camera
mounting base
up to remove it.
Cut out
3. Using the camera mounting base as a template,
mark the locations of the four mounting holes on the
ceiling.
If you are using the top cable exit configuration,
mark the location of the cable hole on the ceiling
and drill the hole.
Cutout in Decoration Cover
Cut out
Mark here
4. Affix the camera mounting base onto the ceiling.
Use screws (M4) at the locations you marked above
to secure the mounting base to the ceiling.
If you do not plan to install the camera right away,
affix the dust protection sheet that comes with the
camera to the mounting base to keep dust off of it.
■ Installing the Camera
• Select an installation location that is strong enough
to withstand the total weight of the camera. Installing
the camera at a location that is too weak can cause
it to fall.
• Remove the protective sheet after the installation
work is complete.
• If you are using an optional bracket to install the
camera, install the bracket in accordance with the
instructions that come with it.
1. Remove the fixing screw (M3 × 6) that secures the
camera to the mounting base.
Put the screw in a place where it will not become
lost.
Screws
(M4, available separately)
Dust Protection Sheet
(comes with camera)
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7. Tighten the fixing screw M3 (provided).
Notes:
(1) Tighten the camera fixing screw with a screwdriver.
(2) Follow the instructions given here to ensure
that the camera and camera mounting base
are installed safely.
(3) When removing the camera from the camera
mounting base, loosen and press up the
camera fixing screw (M3) with a screwdriver.
5. Hook the fall prevention wire on the camera mounting base.
Be sure to match the wire with the fall
prevention wire fixing angle as shown below.
Ring of the
fall prevention
wire
Fall prevention
wire fixing angle
8. Fix the decoration cover to the camera mounting
base.
Cautions:
• Use the supplied dust protection sheet if the camera
mounting base is liable to be exposed to a dusty
atmosphere. Remove the cover from the dust protection sheet, then stick the sheet on the camera
mounting base.
• Remove the sheet before mounting the camera on
the base.
• While the camera is separated from the base, keep
the camera in the supplied polyethylene sack.
a. Sideway Cable Exit
Pass the cables through the cutout made in the
diecast case and decoration cover.
6. Mount the camera on the camera mounting base
and rotate the camera clockwise.
15°
b. Top Cable Exit
Push the decoration cover against the camera
mounting base.
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UNINSTALLING THE CAMERA
Caution:
Make sure you perform the steps below carefully
and exactly when uninstalling the camera and decorative cover. Failure to do so creates the risk of damage to the camera.
■ Uninstalling the Camera
The camera and its base unit are secured by screws.
This configuration provides double anchoring, and you
should use the following procedure to uninstall the camera.
1. Remove the fixing screw that secures the camera to
the mounting base.
Put the screw in a place where it will not become
lost.
2. Remove the camera from the mounting base.
Rotate the camera in the direction indicated by the
arrow and remove it.
Fixing screw
After loosening
the screw, press
upwards on the
camera and then
remove it.
Rotate
Camera
15°
Camera
Mounting
Base
3. Remove the safety wire from the mounting base.
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CONNECTIONS
Precautions
• The following connections should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers in accordance
with all local codes.
• See the reverse side of the cover page for main lead connection.
220 V - 240 V AC (WV-CS570)
24 V AC cable
24 V AC (WV-CS574E)
Data port
RS485 cable
Coaxial cable
To VIDEO IN
(CAMERA IN)
Video output
Alarm in
BNC plug
BNC plug
To sensors
To indicators
Alarm out
✻ The coaxial cable length (RG-59/U, BELDEN 9259) for the connection
is up to 1 200 meters (4 000 ft.)
Note:
When powered up, the unit performs a self-check (including one panning, tilting, zooming and focusing operation).
Prepare the individual conductors for clamping. Use
MOLEX band tool part number 57027-5000 (for ULStyle Cable UL1015) or 57026-5000 (for UL-Style
UL1007) for clamping the contacts.
After clamping the contacts, push them into the proper
holes in the accessory connector of this camera until
they snap in place.
• 24 V AC Power Supply Connection
Recommended wire gauge sizes for 24 V AC line
Copper wire size
(AWG)
Length
of cable
(approx.)
#20
#18
#24
#22
(0.22mm2) (0.33mm2) (0.52mm2) (0.83mm2)
(m)
20
30
45
75
(ft)
65
100
160
260
Up
Accessory Connector Information
Pin no.
Power source
Contact
Contact
1
24 V AC LIVE
2
24 V AC NEUTRAL
4
3
3
Ground
2
1
4
Not use
CAUTIONS
• Shrinking the cable-entry seal is a one-time procedure. Do not shrink the cable-entry seal until ascertaining that the unit is functioning.
• CONNECT THIS TO 24 V AC CLASS 2 POWER SUPPLY ONLY.
How to Assemble the Cable with the Accessory
Connector
Strip back the cable jacket approx. 3 mm (0.1 inch) and
separate the individual conductors.
Approx.
Approx.
33 mm
mm(0.1
(0.1inch)
inch)
Wire
Wire
Up
Up A
Contact
Contact
Wire
Wire
Insert
Insert
AA
position
Insertthe
thewire
wireuntil
until
position
and
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clampthe
thecontacts.
contacts.
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• RS485 Connection
Red
Data transmission
T (B)
Orange
T (A)
Yellow
Data reception
Wire colour
• ALARM IN Connections
Alarm IN (8-pin)
Function
IN 1
Brown
GND
Red
IN 2
Orange
GND
Yellow
IN 3
Light blue or green
GND
Blue
IN 4
Purple
GND
Function
Grey
OUT 1
White
GND
Pink
OUT 2
Yellow green or light blue
GND
Note:
Use a relay if the voltage or current of the connected
device exceeds the ratings.
An 8-pin and a 4-pin harness are supplied with the
camera as standard accessories. Connect external
sensors to this connector. Input specifications are lowactive, non-voltage contact (ON when active) or open
collector (Low when active). The table below shows
wire colours versus pin functions.
Black
R (A)
Alarm OUT (4-pin)
Note:
Use the cable that is described below for RS485 site
communication.
• Shielded, twisted pair cable
• Low impedance
• Wire gauge size is thicker than AWG #22
(0.33 mm2).
Wire colour
R (B)
Green
• ALARM OUT Connections
Connect an external device, for example, a buzzer or
lamp, to this connector. Output specifications are lowactive, open-collector and a drive capacity of 16 V DC
100 mA maximum. The table below shows wire colours
versus pin functions.
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RS485 SETUP
Use the following procedure to configure the RS485
setup when you want to use the system controller to
control the camera (pan, tilt, etc.) via the camera's data
port.
8. Move the cursor to WAIT TIME, and then tilt the joystick left or right to select a wait time setting.
The wait time is the time that the camera should wait
before resending data when no receive acknowledgement (ACK) is returned after data is sent.
Tilting the joystick cycles through the wait time display in the sequence shown below. (unit: ms) The
factory default setting is OFF.
1. Display the setup menu (page 26), move the cursor
to RS485 SETUP O, and then press the CAM (SET)
button.
This will display the RS485 setup menu.
2. Check the unit number. (page 12)
The UNIT NUMBER item shows the unit number
specified by DIP Switch 1. The factory default unit
number is 1.
If DIP Switch 1 specifies 1 to 96 as the unit number,
move the cursor to UNIT NUMBER and then tilt the
joystick left or right to select a unit number (1 to 96).
OFF ↔ 100MS ↔ 200MS ↔ 400MS ↔ 1000MS
9. Move the cursor to ALARM DATA, and then tilt the
joystick left or right to select an alarm data send
mode setting.
POLLING: Sends alarm data in response to a
request by the system controller.
AUTO1: Sends alarm data each time an alarm signal is input.
AUTO2: Sends alarm data at five-second intervals.
This is the factory default setting.
Note:
When using the preset alarm (page 41), select
"AUTO1".
* RS485 SETUP *
UNIT NUMBER
1
SUB ADDRESS
----BAUD RATE
19200
DATA BIT
8
PARITY CHECK
NONE
STOP BIT
1
XON/XOFF
NOT USE
WAIT TIME
OFF
ALARM DATA
AUTO2
DELAY TIME
OFF
RET
10. Move the cursor to DELAY TIME, and then tilt the
joystick left or right to select a delay time setting.
The delay time is the time is the time the camera
should wait before sending a receive acknowledge
(ACK). The delay time display changes in the
sequence shown below. (unit: ms) The factory
default setting is OFF.
Note:
It is not necessary to configure the RS485 SETUP
menu SUB ADDRESS setting.
3. Move the cursor to BAUD RATE, and then tilt the joystick left or right to select a baud rate setting.
Tilting the joystick cycles through the baud rate
(transmission speed) display in the sequence shown
below. (unit: bits/s) The factory default setting is
19200.
2400
4800
9600
OFF ↔ 100MS
This setting can be configured only when 2-line configuration is selected by DIP Switch 2. (page 11)
19200
4. Move the cursor to DATA BIT, and then tilt the joystick left or right to select a data bit setting (7 or 8).
The factory default setting is 8.
5. Move the cursor to PARITY CHECK, and then tilt the
joystick left or right to select a parity bit setting
(NONE, ODD, EVEN).
The factory default setting is NONE.
6. Move the cursor to STOP BIT, and then tilt the joystick left or right to select a stop bit setting (1 or 2).
The factory default setting is 1.
7. Move the cursor to XON/XOFF, and then tilt the joystick left or right to select an XON/XOFF setting.
The factory default setting is NOT USE.
NOT USE: Disables X ON/X OFF data flow control.
USE: Enables X ON/X OFF data flow control.
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USING THE SETUP MENU
■ Setup Menu
Setup menus are shown in the diagram below. You can adapt the camera to your requirements by setting up the
respective items in these menus. Menus are incorporated in a hierarchical structure, from the setup menu at the top
to manual mask area selection at the bottom. These menus are described on the following pages for reference.
Switches, buttons, keys and the joystick are used in the setup operations.
Setup
Menu
Preset Menu (P. 26)
Map Menu
Preset No.Setting (P. 26)
Preset Setting Menu
(P. 26)
Home Position Setting (P. 31)
Privacy Zone ON/OFF
(P. 35)
Self Return Setting (P. 31)
Auto Mode Selection (P. 32)
Auto Pan Setting (P. 32)
Proportional Pan/Tilt
(P. 36)
Area Title (P. 37)
Auto Pan Key Setting (P. 33)
Patrol Learn (P. 38)
Digital Flip Setting (P. 34)
Alarm IN/OUT (P. 40)
Special 1 Menu (P. 35)
Cleaning (P. 41)
Camera Menu (P. 42)
Electric Zoom (P. 41)
Camera ID Editing (P. 42)
Camera ID Display Position
(P. 42)
Light Control Setting (P. 43)
ALC Mode with BLC ON
(P. 43)
Shutter Speed Setting (P. 44)
ALC Mode with BLC OFF
(P. 44)
Preset Alarm (P. 41)
Image Hold (P. 42)
Tilt Angle (P. 42)
AGC Mode Selection (P. 45)
Electronic Sensitivity
Enhancement (P. 45)
INT Manual Selection (P. 45)
Synchronization (P. 45)
LL Manual Selection (P. 45)
Manual Mask Area
Selection (P. 45)
VD2 Automatic Selection
(P. 45)
Manual Level Adjustment
(ATW1, ATW2) (P. 46)
White Balance (P. 46)
V-phase Manual
Adjustment (P. 45)
Manual Level Adjustment
(AWC) (P. 47)
Sensitivity Level Adjustment
(P. 47)
Motion Detector (P. 47)
Mask Area Selection
(P. 47)
Demonstration Display
Auto Focus Setting (P. 48)
Special 2 Menu (P. 49)
RS-485 Setup (P. 19)
Password Lock (P. 34)
Password Verification (P. 34)
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Password Registration
(P. 34)
Position Setting (P. 27)
Preset ID Editing (P. 27)
Preset Identification Setting
(P. 28)
BLC OFF (P. 44)
Manual Level Adjustment
(Contrast) (P. 44)
Light Control Setting (P. 29)
BLC ON (P. 43)
Manual Mask Area Selection
(P. 44)
Dwell Time Setting (P. 30)
Manual Iris Adjustment (P. 43)
Scene File Setting (P. 30)
Shutter Speed (P. 44)
Preset Speed (P. 30)
Gain Control (P. 45)
Zone Number Selection (P. 35)
Zone Parameter Setting
(P. 35)
Setting for ON (NESW) (P. 37)
Electronic Sensitivity
Enhancement (P. 45)
Manual Level Adjustment
(AWC) (P. 46)
White Balance (P. 46)
Manual Level Adjustment
(ATW1, ATW2) (P. 46)
Motion Detector (P. 47)
Sensitivity Level Adjustment
(P. 47)
Auto Focus (P. 48)
Setting for ON (USER) (P. 37)
Mask Area Selection (P. 48)
Demonstration Display
Area Title Display (P. 38)
Alarm IN/OUT Setting (P. 40)
Learning Display (P. 39)
Cleaning Display (P. 41)
Unit Number (P. 19)
Sub Address (P. 19)
Chroma Level Setting (P. 49)
Baud Rate (P. 19)
Aperture Level Setting (P. 49)
Data Bit (P. 19)
Pedestal Level Setting (P. 49)
Parity Check (P. 19)
Resolution (P. 49)
Stop Bit (P. 19)
Digital Noise Reduction
(P. 49)
X On/X Off (P. 19)
PIX OFF Setting (P. 49)
Wait Time (P. 19)
To Restore the Camera Default
Position (P. 50)
Alarm Data (P. 19)
Camera Resetting (P. 50)
Delay Time (P. 19)
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■ Setup Menu Description
SQ: Starts the sequence function.
SR: Starts the sort function.
PT: Starts the patrol function.
See page 31 for the setting.
● Presetting
(1) Position (POSITION SET)
Aligns the camera position and focal point by panning, tilting, zooming and focusing.
See page 27 for the setting.
● Auto Mode (AUTO MODE)
The auto mode is used for setting the movement of the
camera.
You can select one of four automatic operation modes
and one manual operation mode as follows:
OFF: No automatic operation. The camera can be operated only manually.
SEQ: The camera operates in the sequence of preset
positions in numerical order.
SORT: The camera operates in the sequence of preset
positions counterclockwise from pan starting point.
AUTO PAN: The camera automatically turns within the
preset panning range.
PATROL: The camera operates in the patrol-learn function.
See page 32 for the setting.
(2) Preset Identification (PRESET ID)
Assigns the name for preset IDs (identification of up
to 16 alphanumeric characters) and can be
switched on or off on the monitor screen.
See page 28 for the setting.
(3) Light Control (ALC/MANUAL)
Selects the ALC or MANUAL mode for adjusting the
lens iris.
See page 29 for the setting.
(4) Dwell Time (DWELL TIME)
Displays the picture at each camera position for the
selected duration.
You can select a preset duration from the menu.
See page 30 for the setting.
● Auto Pan Key (AUTO PAN KEY)
(5) Scene File (SCENE FILE)
Stores up to 10 files.
Each file has a set of detailed parameters for the
shutter speed, AGC, electronic sensitivity enhancement, white balance, motion detector and AF mode.
The scene files can be recalled later to reproduce
the parameter settings under the same conditions
as stored in the files.
See page 30 for the setting.
This setting assigns the SEQ, SORT, AUTO PAN or
PATROL (PLAY) mode to the AUTO button on the controller.
After this setting, the AUTO button performs as
assigned.
Note:
The AUTO PAN LED on the controller does not light
if a mode other than AUTO PAN is assigned.
● Digital Flip (DIGITAL FLIP)
● Home Position (HOME POSITION)
Tilt range is limited within –5 ° to 90 ° if OFF is selected.
If ON is selected it widens the range up to 190 ° with
the digital flip that reverses horizontal and vertical scanning when the camera is tilted beyond 90 ° point
(Downright position if the camera is installed on a ceiling). Tilt range narrows from –5 ° to 90 ° if PAN LIMIT is
set to ON.
Note:
When trying to set preset positions directly from the
WV-CU360 System Controller for the first time while
the camera is tilted beyond 90˚, the INHIBIT indication will be displayed on the monitor screen. This
indication will disappear when trying the next time
and it will be possible to register the preset position.
The home position is the camera’s basic position.
The camera returns to this position automatically after a
specific time following a manual operation. This setting
functions only when AUTO MODE is OFF.
See page 31 for the setting.
● Self Return (SELF RETURN)
The self return function allows the camera to resume
one of the operations described below after specified
time.
This function automatically works after a lapse of setting
time from manual operation finished.
OFF: Cancels the auto mode (SEQ, SORT, AUTO PAN
and PATROL).
AT (the auto mode is set to OFF): Shifts the camera
direction to the home position.
AT (the auto mode is set to other than OFF):
Activates the auto mode.
HP: Shifts the camera direction to the home position.
AP: Starts the auto pan function.
● Password Lock (PASSWORD LOCK)
This menu limits setting changes.
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● Special 1 Menu
• Positioning is completed at the HOME position in the
SELF RETURN mode.
• Positioning is completed in the ALARM IN mode.
• When positioning to the starting point is completed
while AUTO MODE is set to AUTO PAN.
• When positioning to the starting point is completed
while PATROL is set to PLAY.
(1) Privacy Zone (PRIVACY ZONE)
This setting is used for masking unwanted zones,
hiding them from display on the monitor screen.
Up to 8 zones can be registered. Submenus are
provided for zone number selection and parameter
setting. See page 35 for details.
(9) Image Hold (IMAGE HOLD)
The camera picture remains as a still image on the
monitor screen or until the camera reaches the preset position. This function is useful for surveillance
via a local area network.
(2) Proportional Pan-Tilt Speed (PROPO. P/T)
If ON is selected, the pan-tilt speed changes automatically corresponding to the zoom ratio. For
example, the pan-tilt speed slows down when the
camera zooms in. See page 36 for details.
(10)Tilt Angle 0 °/5 °
You can select a titling range. If 5 ° is selected, the
tilting angle is adjustable up to 5 ° beyond the horizontal position.
(3) Area Title (AREA TITLE)
Up to 8 area titles can be assigned to specific
scenes on the DIRECTION (NESW) menu or by
alphanumeric (USER) assignment. The area title is
displayed under the camera ID on the monitor
screen when the camera turns to a position that has
been assigned an area title. See page 37 for details.
● Camera
(1) Camera Identification (CAMERA ID)
You can use the camera identification to assign a
name to the camera. The camera ID consists of up
to 16 alphanumeric characters. You can select
whether to have the camera ID displayed on the
monitor screen or not. See page 42 for the setting.
(4) Patrol-learn and Patrol Play (PATROL)
A set of manual operations is stored (LEARN), reproduced (PLAY) or turned inactive (OFF). Patrol operation stops if SEQ, SORT or AUTO PAN is set to
AUTO MODE on the SETUP menu. See page 38 for
details.
(2) Light Control (ALC/MANUAL)
You can select a mode for adjusting the lens iris.
There are two modes as follows:
ALC: The lens iris is automatically adjusted according to the brightness of an object.
You can select one of two modes (BLC ON or
BLC OFF) of backlight compensation.
Backlight compensation is available in the ALC
mode. It eliminates strong background light
which makes the camera picture dark such as a
spotlight.
MANUAL: The lens iris is fixed at the value that you
have set regardless of the brightness of an
object.
(5) Alarm Input/Output (ALARM IN/OUT)
Alarm input and output are set on a submenu.
Preset positions are assigned to ALARM IN 1 to 4.
When alarm inputs are supplied via the alarm input
connector, the camera turns to the respective positions. Then the camera sends output signals via the
alarm output connector or the coaxial cable to the
external devices. CNT-CLS (Contact Closure) 1, 2
and COAX ALM OUT are used for alarm output setting. See page 40 for details.
(6) Cleaning (CLEANING)
This is used for refreshing the electro-mechanical
contacts built in the camera. Use this function for
maintenance when the camera has been directed at
a specific spot or panned over a specific range for a
long time.
• ALC Mode with BLC ON
The important object in a scene is usually placed in
the centre of the monitor’s screen. In the BLC mode,
photometric weight is given more to the centre of the
screen (where the important object is located) than
to the edge of the picture (where a bright backlight
would most likely to be located).
You can use the BLC function if you select ALC. The
function eliminates interference by strong background lighting which makes the camera picture
dark, such as a spotlight.
See page 43 for the setting.
(7) Electronic Zoom (EL-ZOOM)
Up to 10-fold electronic zooming is available
besides 22-fold optical zooming.
(8) Preset Alarm (PRESET ALM)
Alarm signals are generated in the following cases if
ON is selected.
• When a preset positioning sequence is completed
while AUTO MODE is set to SEQ.
• When a preset positioning sequence is completed
while AUTO MODE is set to SORT.
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• ALC Mode with BLC OFF
In this mode, the picture is divided into 48 areas. If
there is a source of brightness that interferes with
the clarity of the picture in these masks, corresponding areas mask the light to keep the clarity of the
picture.
Generally, when a light from the background is too
strong such as a spotlight, all objects except the
main object in the picture are displayed darker
because the lens iris is adjusted with respect to
strong brightness. This model ignores strong brightness by masking the source of the strong brightness, thereby the main object is displayed clearly.
Note:
The result of field setup of the mask area and level
adjustment is fed back (effected) to the lens iris control in the ALC mode.
(6) Synchronization (SYNC)
You can select the internal sync (INT) mode or the
line-lock sync (LL) mode. Additionally, this model
accepts the VD2 signal from a specified component.
Whenever the VD2 signal is supplied to this camera,
the camera automatically switches to the VD2 sync
mode.
When you select the line-lock (LL) mode, you can
adjust vertical phase.
See page 45 for the setting.
Important Notices:
The priorities of sync modes are assigned as follows:
1. Multiplexed vertical drive (VD2) (highest)
2. Line-lock (LL)
3. Internal sync (INT) (lowest)
Note:
The priorities of the automatic sync modes are
the same as the above.
(3) Shutter Speed (SHUTTER)
You can select a shutter speed from among 1/50
(OFF), AUTO, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1 000,
1/2 000, 1/4 000, and 1/10 000 seconds.
See page 44 for the setting.
(7) White Balance (WHITE BAL)
You can select either of three modes shown below
for white balance adjustment:
(4) Gain Control (AGC)
You can set the gain of an image to automatic
adjustment [AGC ON (LOW, MID, HIGH)] or fixed
(AGC OFF).
See page 45 for the setting.
• Auto-Tracing White Balance (ATW1)
In this mode, the colour temperature is monitored
continuously and thereby white balance is set automatically. The colour temperature range for the
proper white balance is between approx. 2 700 and
6 000 K. Proper white balance may not be obtained
under the following conditions:
1. When the colour temperature is out of the range
of 2 700 - 6 000 K.
2. When the scene contains mostly high colour temperature (bluish) objects, such as a blue sky.
3. When the scene is dim.
In these cases, select the AWC mode.
(5) Electronic Sensitivity Enhancement (SENS UP)
The electronic sensitivity enhancement function
varies the shutter speed to increase the sensitivity in
low light conditions.
You can select either of the following shutter speeds
for SENS UP.
1/25 seconds (x2), 1/12.5 seconds (x4), 1/8.3 seconds (x6), 1/5 seconds (x10), 1/3.1 seconds (x16) or
1/1.6 seconds (x32).
See page 45 for the setting.
There are two modes for SENS UP as follows:
AUTO: If you select x32, the sensitivity is increased
automatically up to x32.
FIX: If you select x32, the sensitivity is increased to
a fixed x32.
• Auto-Tracing White Balance (ATW2)
This mode enables the camera to trace the white
balance when it is used in an area lit by sodium
lamps.
• Automatic White Balance Control (AWC)
In this mode, accurate white balance is obtained
within a colour temperature range of approx. 2 300 10 000 K.
See page 47 for the setting.
Notes:
• Moving objects will appear blurred when shot in the
electronic sensitivity enhancement mode since
SENS UP is equivalent to reducing the shutter
speed in a still picture camera.
• The horizontal and vertical resolution will be lowered
in this mode.
• If the iris opening is too small, the SENS UP/AUTO
mode will not function.
(8) Motion Detector (MOTION DET)
The motion detector detects motion in a scene by
monitoring changes in the brightness level. You can
select the sensitivity level for the motion on the setup
menu.
When the camera detects motion, it sends an alarm
signal to the external equipment and stops at its
position for the preset dwell time.
See page 47 for the setting.
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(9) Auto Focus (AF MODE)
The camera adjusts the focus automatically by sensing the centre of the picture. S, M and L stand for
the size of the sensing area: Small, Middle and
Large.
See page 48 for details.
MANUAL S, M, L: Auto-focus is activated only when
the button that is assigned for the auto-focus
function on the controller is pressed.
AUTO S, M, L: Auto-focus is activated automatically
while a manual pan, tilt or zoom operation is performed.
Note:
If SENS UP is set to ON except x2 FIX or x2
AUTO, the AUTO (S/M/L) mode is disabled and
the MANUAL (S/M/L) mode is automatically
selected.
(10)Special 2 Menu (SPECIAL2)
This menu allows you to adjust and set up the following items and functions: chroma level, aperture
level and pedestal level.
You can also reset your parameters to the factory
default settings.
See page 49 for the setting.
(11)Self-diagnosis Function
If the camera continues operating abnormally for 30
seconds or more due to such accident as external
noise, the camera will automatically reset its power.
In the case it happens frequently, check if there
would be any environmental cause.
● RS485 Communication
Refer to the following pages for the communication
parameter settings.
• Full/Half duplex (page 19)
• Transmission speed (4 900 - 19 200 bps) (page 19)
• Parity bit, Stop bit, Flow control (page 19)
• Wait time, Delay time, Alarm output (page 19)
• Camera units (96 units max.) (page 19)
• Termination ON/OFF (page 11)
• Reset parameters (page 13)
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SETTING PROCEDURES
■ Preset Menu
The following setting procedures are described on the
assumption that this model is used in combination with
WJ-SX150 Matrix Switcher and WV-CU650 System
Controller.
● Preset Menu Display
1. Displaying the preset menu directly
(1) Move the cursor to PRESET 1 O and select the
position number with the joystick.
(2) Press the CAM (SET) button.
The preset setting menu appears on the monitor
screen.
■ Menu Display
● Setup Menu Display
WV-CU650
1. Select the camera you want to set up (this camera),
and the monitor where you want to display the setup
menu.
2. Press the MENU button to display LCD MENU CAM
101.
3. Press the ENTER button or CAM (SET) button to display Camera Setup.
4. Press the F1 button.
** SET UP MENU **
PRESET 1
MAP
HOME POSITION OFF
SELF RETURN
OFF
AUTO MODE
OFF
AUTO PAN KEY AUTO PAN
DIGITAL FLIP ON
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
PASSWORD LOCK OFF
2. Displaying the preset menu from the PRESET NUMBER SET menu
(1) Move the cursor to MAP O and press the CAM
(SET) button.
** SET UP MENU **
PRESET 1
MAP
HOME POSITION OFF
SELF RETURN
OFF
AUTO MODE
OFF
AUTO PAN KEY AUTO PAN
DIGITAL FLIP ON
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
PASSWORD LOCK OFF
** SET UP MENU **
PRESET 1
MAP
HOME POSITION OFF
SELF RETURN
OFF
AUTO MODE
OFF
AUTO PAN KEY AUTO PAN
DIGITAL FLIP ON
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
PASSWORD LOCK OFF
WV-CU161C
Press the CAMERA SETUP button for 2 seconds or
more to open the SETUP menu.
● Submenu Display
The PRESET NUMBER SET menu appears on the
monitor screen.
The items marked O can be selected/changed on the
submenu.
** PRESET NUMBER SET **
* RS485 SET
UNIT NUMBER
SUB ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
DATA BIT
PARITY CHECK
STOP BIT
XON/XOFF
WAIT TIME
ALARM DATA
DELAY TIME
RET
UP *
1
1
19200
8
NONE
1
NOT USE
OFF
AUTO2
OFF
1*
2
5
6
9
10
13
14
17
18
21
22
25
26
29
30
ID:DOOR
RET
3
7
11
15
19
23
27
31
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
(2) Move the cursor to the position number to be set
and press the CAM (SET) button.
The preset setting menu appears on the monitor
screen.
• Move the cursor to an item with the O mark and
press the CAM (SET) button. The submenu appears.
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Notes:
• The * mark indicates that the position number
has been preset.
• The character H refers to the home position.
• The second line from the bottom shows the preset ID corresponding to the selected number.
"DOOR" next to "ID" in the example shown right is
for preset position number 1.
• Preset numbers 1 to 4 are linked to alarm inputs
1 to 4 respectively. If alarm input 1 comes in, the
camera turns to preset position 1, and to other
positions according to alarm input 2, 3 or 4.
3. Pan Offset
If the camera is replaced with a new one, the pan
offset function is used to adjust its positions to be
the same as before except patrol setting.
The system controller can download or upload the
preset position data.
Caution:
The preset data for other cameras (WV-CS654
for example) is incompatible with WV-CS570/
574E. WV-CS570/574E's preset data will be
destroyed if you upload the conventional data. If
this happened, reset the WV-CS570/574E to the
default settings. Download the factory settings
into the controller and upload the correct preset
data newly to the initialized WV-CS570/574E.
● Position Setting (POSITION SET)
1. Move the cursor to POSITION SET on the preset setting menu and press the CAM (SET) button.
The position setting menu appears.
(1) Display the PRESET NUMBER SET menu.
** PRESET NUMBER SET **
1*
2
5
6
9
10
13
14
17
18
21
22
25
26
29
30
ID:DOOR
RET
PRESET NO. 1*
POSITION SET
PRESET ID
ALC/MANUAL
DWELL TIME
SCENE FILE
PRESET SPEED
RET
ON
ALC
10S
1
••••••••|
L
H
3
7
11
15
19
23
27
31
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
DEL
(2) Select a position number for the picture to be most
enlarged among the numbers with the joystick. Then
press the CAM (SET) button. The position setting
menu appears.
(3) Move the cursor to PAN OFFSET SET and select the
right or left arrow with the joystick.
2. To Set Panning/Tilting Positions
(1) For PAN/TILT, move the cursor to PUSH SET and
press the CAM (SET) button. The PAN/TILT setting
menu appears.
(2) Select panning/tilting positions with the joystick, and
press the CAM (SET) button.
The positions are set and the screen returns to the
position setting menu.
** POSITION 1 **
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
→PUSH SET
PAN OFFSET SET ←
** POSITION 1 **
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
→PUSH SET
RET
FLOOR1
DOOR
U TILT D/L PAN R
PAN OFFSET SET ← −0.0 →
RET
FLOOR1
DOOR
(4) Press the CAM (SET) button until the desired offset
value appears.
(5) Move the cursor to an item other than PAN OFFSET
SET, and press the MON (ESC) button.
Notes:
• Further adjustment of the other positions is
unnecessary. This adjustment applies to all other
positions.
• Make sure to move the cursor before pressing
the button in step 5. Otherwise the settings will
be ignored.
• Retry the loading when the camera fails to
upload or download the data.
** POSITION 1 **
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
→PUSH SET
PAN OFFSET SET ←
−0.0 →
−0.0 →
RET
FLOOR1
DOOR
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● Preset Identification Setting (PRESET
ID)
4. To Set the Lens Zoom and Focus Positions
(1) Move the cursor to PUSH SET for ZOOM/FOCUS
and press the CAM (SET) button. The ZOOM/
FOCUS setting menu appears.
1. Move the cursor to PRESET ID on the preset setting
menu and select ON or OFF with the joystick.
The factory default setting is OFF.
** POSITION 1 **
→PUSH SET
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
PAN OFFSET SET ←
PRESET NO. 1*
POSITION SET
PRESET ID
ALC/MANUAL
DWELL TIME
SCENE FILE
PRESET SPEED
−0.0 →
RET
FLOOR1
DOOR
RET
(2) Select zoom/focus positions with the joystick, and
then press the CAM (SET) button.
ON
ALC
10S
1
••••••••|
L
H
DEL
ON: Preset ID appears on the monitor screen.
OFF: Preset ID does not appear.
** POSITION 1 **
→PUSH SET
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
2. Press the CAM (SET) button to display the preset ID
setting menu.
U ZOOM D/L FOCUS R
PAN OFFSET SET ← −0.0 →
To Enter a New Preset ID
(1) Move the cursor to the desired character using
the joystick, and press the CAM (SET) button.
(2) The selected character appears in the editing
area. (The pointer in the editing area moves to
the right automatically at this moment.) To enter
a blank, select SPACE.
(3) Repeat the above procedure until all characters
are entered.
RET
FLOOR1
DOOR
The positions are set and the screen returns to the
position setting menu.
Notes:
• When the camera is used at a nearly horizontal
angle, the focus may not be adjustable to a high
level of accuracy because of the molding distortion of the dome cover.
• If you move the cursor to the position number
and move the joystick right or left, the position
number can be selected.
The selected preset position number can also be
set after pressing the CAM (SET) button.
• The preset and camera IDs appear in the lowerleft corner of the position setting menu after setting them.
Character Cursor
PRESET NO. 1*
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$ÄÜÖÆÑÅ
SPACE
COPY POSI RET RESET
DOOR............
Character
Area
Command
Editing
Area
Pointer
5. Move the cursor to RET and press the CAM (SET)
button to return to the preset setting menu.
To Copy a Preset ID from Another Position
(1) Move the cursor to COPY and press the CAM
(SET) button. The preset ID in the preceding
position is immediately shown. Each consecutive
pressing of the CAM (SET) button displays the ID
preceding the one currently displayed.
** POSITION 1 **
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
→PUSH SET
PAN OFFSET SET ←
−0.0 →
RET
FLOOR1
DOOR
PRESET NO. 1*
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$ÄÜÖÆÑÅ
SPACE
COPY POSI RET RESET
DOOR............
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(2) Display the most prospective ID.
(3) Follow the step "To Change an Entered Preset
ID" if necessary.
To Change an Entered Preset ID
(1) Move the pointer to the character to be edited in
the editing area with the joystick.
(2) Select a new character with the joystick.
(3) Press the CAM (SET) button to determine the
Preset ID.
FLOOR 1
DOOR
To Enter the Next ID without Returning to the
Preset Setting Menu
(1) In the preset ID setting menu, move the cursor to
the top line and select a desired position number
with the joystick.
(2) Enter, copy, change or delete the ID as
described above.
PRESET NO. 1*
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$ÄÜÖÆÑÅ
SPACE
COPY POSI RET RESET
DOOR............
PRESET NO. 1*
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$ÄÜÖÆÑÅ
To Delete an Entered Preset ID
Move the cursor to RESET and press the CAM (SET)
button.
SPACE
COPY POSI RET RESET
DOOR............
PRESET NO. 1*
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$ÄÜÖÆÑÅ
To Return to the Preset Setting Menu
Move the cursor to RET and press the CAM (SET)
button.
SPACE
COPY POSI RET RESET
DOOR............
● Light Control Setting (ALC/MANUAL)
1. Move the cursor to ALC/MANUAL and select ALC or
MANUAL with the joystick.
The factory default setting is ALC.
ALC: The lens iris is automatically adjusted to suit
the brightness of the object.
MANUAL: The lens iris is fixed at the set value
regardless of the brightness of the object.
To Set a Display Position for a Preset ID
(1) Move the cursor to POSI and press the CAM
(SET) button. The display position set menu
appears.
PRESET NO. 1*
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$ÄÜÖÆÑÅ
PRESET NO. 1*
POSITION SET
PRESET ID
ALC/MANUAL
DWELL TIME
SCENE FILE
PRESET SPEED
SPACE
COPY POSI RET RESET
DOOR............
(2) Move the ID to the desired position with the joystick, and press the MON (ESC) button. The display position is set and the monitor screen
returns to the preset ID setting menu.
RET
ON
ALC
10S
1
••••••••|
L
H
DEL
2. In case of ALC O
Press the CAM (SET) button. The backlight compensation menu appears on the monitor screen. See
page 43 for the setting.
3. In case of MANUAL O
Press the CAM (SET) button. The setting menu
appears on the monitor screen. Set the lens iris level
as desired with the joystick.
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See the pages below for the settings respectively.
Shutter speed: page 44
AGC: page 45
Electronic sensitivity enhancement: page 45
White balance: page 46
Motion detector: page 47
Auto focus: page 48
** MANUAL CONT **
IRIS
••••|••••
CLOSE
OPEN
RET
● Preset Speed Setting (PRESET
SPEED)
● Dwell Time (DWELL TIME)
• Move the cursor to DWELL TIME and set a dwell
time with the joystick. The factory default setting is
10S. Dwell time changes as follows:
S stands for second(s), and MIN stands for
minute(s).
Move the cursor to PRESET SPEED and select a
speed with the joystick.
PRESET NO. 1*
POSITION SET
PRESET ID
ALC/MANUAL
DWELL TIME
SCENE FILE
PRESET SPEED
PRESET NO. 1*
POSITION SET
PRESET ID
ALC/MANUAL
DWELL TIME
SCENE FILE
PRESET SPEED
RET
ON
ALC
10S
1
••••••••|
L
H
RET
DEL
Move the cursor to RET and press the CAM (SET)
button. The PRESET NUMBER SET menu appears
with the * mark on the right of the preset position
number.
1. To set a scene file number
Move the cursor to SCENE FILE and select a scene
file number (1 to 10, or OFF) with the joystick. The
factory default setting is 1. No scene file is selected
at OFF.
PRESET NO. 1*
POSITION SET
PRESET ID
ALC/MANUAL
DWELL TIME
SCENE FILE
PRESET SPEED
PRESET NO. 1*
RET
DEL
● To Return to the Preset Number Set
Menu
● Scene File Setting (SCENE FILE)
POSITION SET
PRESET ID
ALC/MANUAL
DWELL TIME
SCENE FILE
PRESET SPEED
ON
ALC
10S
1
••••••••|
L
H
ON
ALC
10S
1
••••••••|
L
H
RET
ON
ALC
10S
1
••••••••|
L
H
DEL
DEL
● To Return to the Setup Menu
Move the cursor to RET and press the CAM (SET)
button.
2. To set scene file details
Move the cursor to a scene file number and press
the CAM (SET) button. The setting menu appears.
** PRESET NUMBER SET **
1*
2
5
6
9
10
13
14
17
18
21
22
25
26
29
30
ID:DOOR
RET
** SCENE FILE 1 **
SHUTTER
AGC
SENS UP
WHITE BAL
MOTION DET
AF MODE
AUTO
ON(MID)
OFF
ATW1
1
MANUAL L
RET
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12
16
20
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■ Deleting Preset Positions
■ Home Position Setting (HOME
POSITION)
1. Move the cursor to PRESET 1 and select the position
number to be deleted with the joystick.
1. To set a position number for the home position
Move the cursor to HOME POSITION and select a
desired position number with the joystick.
2. Select OFF if you are not using the home position
function.
** SET UP MENU **
PRESET 1
MAP
HOME POSITION OFF
SELF RETURN
OFF
AT
AUTO MODE
OFF
AUTO PAN KEY AUTO PAN
DIGITAL FLIP ON
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
PASSWORD LOCK OFF
** SET UP MENU **
PRESET 1
MAP
HOME POSITION 15
SELF RETURN
OFF
AUTO MODE
OFF
AUTO PAN KEY AUTO PAN
DIGITAL FLIP ON
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
PASSWORD LOCK OFF
2. Press the CAM (SET) button to display the preset
setting menu.
3. Move the cursor to DEL and press the CAM (SET)
button.
PRESET NO. 1*
POSITION SET
PRESET ID
ALC/MANUAL
DWELL TIME
SCENE FILE
PRESET SPEED
RET
■ Self Return Setting (SELF
RETURN)
ON
ALC
10S
1
••••••••|
L
H
You can set a return time and one of operation modes
with this menu.
1. Move the cursor to SELF RETURN, select a return
time from among the following with the joystick and
press the CAM (SET) button to confirm your selection.
DEL
This deletes the preset position and the PRESET
NUMBER SET menu appears. The * mark on the
right of the number disappears.
** SET UP MENU **
PRESET 1
MAP
HOME POSITION 1
SELF RETURN
OFF
AUTO MODE
OFF
AUTO PAN KEY AUTO PAN
DIGITAL FLIP ON
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
PASSWORD LOCK OFF
** PRESET NUMBER SET **
1*
2
5
6
9
10
13
14
17
18
21
22
25
26
29
30
ID:DOOR
RET
3
7
11
15
19
23
27
31
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
1MIN
OFF
Note:
Your selected preset number is cancelled only in
the SEQ and SORT mode. The previously set
parameters (for PAN, TILT positions, etc.) are not
changed. If you want to change these parameters, you must set them again.
2MIN
3MIN
60MIN
5MIN
30MIN
10MIN
20MIN
MIN stands for minute(s).
2. Select an operation from among the following with
the joystick and press the CAM (SET) button to confirm your selection.
** SET UP MENU **
PRESET 1
MAP
HOME POSITION 1
SELF RETURN
10MIN AT
AUTO MODE
OFF
AUTO PAN KEY AUTO PAN
DIGITAL FLIP ON
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
PASSWORD LOCK OFF
OFF
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AT
HP
AP
PT
SR
SQ
■ Auto Mode Selection (AUTO
MODE)
This determines the starting point and the cursor
moves to END.
1. To set auto mode
Move the cursor to AUTO MODE and select a mode
with the joystick. Modes change as follows:
** AUTO PAN **
POSITION
SPEED
ENDLESS
DWELL TIME
PAN LIMIT
ZOOM LIMIT
** SET UP MENU **
PRESET 1
MAP
HOME POSITION OFF
SELF RETURN
OFF
AUTO MODE
AUTO PAN
AUTO PAN KEY AUTO PAN
DIGITAL FLIP ON
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
PASSWORD LOCK OFF
START
END
••••|••••
L
H
OFF
1S
OFF
OFF
RET
(3) Move the joystick to select a panning endpoint
and press the CAM (SET) button.
This determines the endpoint and the cursor
moves to POSITION.
2. When AUTO PAN is selected, set details as follows:
OFF
SEQ
SORT
AUTO PAN
4. To set a panning speed
Move the cursor to SPEED, and set a panning
speed with the joystick.
PATROL
** AUTO PAN **
Move the cursor to AUTO PAN O and press the
CAM (SET) button to display the AUTO PAN setting
menu.
3. To set a panning starting point and panning endpoint
Follow the steps below.
(1) Move the cursor to POSITION and press the
CAM (SET) button. The cursor moves to START.
POSITION
SPEED
ENDLESS
DWELL TIME
PAN LIMIT
ZOOM LIMIT
RET
The panning speed increases when the joystick is
moved to the right, and decreases when it is moved
to the left.
** AUTO PAN **
POSITION
SPEED
ENDLESS
DWELL TIME
PAN LIMIT
ZOOM LIMIT
START
END
••••|••••
L
H
OFF
1S
OFF
OFF
Caution:
If the panning range is changed after the camera
has not panned for a long time or has been panning
in the same panning range, the picture may not be
clear or noise may appear. In such cases, pan the
camera fully several times.
If this does not eliminate the problem, refer servicing
to qualified service personnel.
RET
** AUTO PAN **
POSITION
SPEED
ENDLESS
DWELL TIME
PAN LIMIT
ZOOM LIMIT
START
END
••••|••••
L
H
OFF
1S
OFF
OFF
START
END
••••|••••
L
H
OFF
1S
OFF
OFF
5. To set ENDLESS to ON/OFF
Move the cursor to ENDLESS, and select ON or OFF
with the joystick.
RET
** AUTO PAN **
(2) Move the joystick to select a panning starting
point and press the CAM (SET) button.
POSITION
SPEED
ENDLESS
DWELL TIME
PAN LIMIT
ZOOM LIMIT
START
END
••••|••••
L
H
ON
1S
OFF
OFF
RET
ON: The camera pans from the starting point to the
endpoint, and keeps rotating in the same direction to return to the starting point. Set PAN LIMIT
to OFF before ENDLESS is set to ON.
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(2) Move the cursor to ZOOM, press the CAM (SET)
button, move the joystick to settle the ZOOM
position and return to the AUTO PAN menu. The
manual zoom operation is not available in the
TELE direction beyond the settled zoom position.
OFF: The camera pans from the starting point to the
endpoint, and rotates backward to the starting
point.
This movement is repeated over and over.
6. To set a dwell time
Move the cursor to DWELL TIME and select a dwell
time with the joystick.
** ZOOM LIMIT **
→ PUSH SET
ZOOM
U ZOOM D
** AUTO PAN **
POSITION
SPEED
ENDLESS
DWELL TIME
PAN LIMIT
ZOOM LIMIT
START
END
••••|••••
L
H
OFF
1S
OFF
OFF
RET
OFF: Does not limit the manual zoom operation.
Notes:
• When the panning, tilting, zooming or focusing in
the SEQ, SORT or PATROL mode is controlled
manually, the auto mode function should be cancelled.
To activate the auto mode, select the desired
auto mode again or set a time for SELF RETURN
in the SET UP menu.
• When 0S is selected, the camera stops without
dwelling and starts.
• Auto refreshing may be activated during the
patrol play or the auto mode to calibrate the lens
position.
RET
Dwell time changes as follows: (unit: s)
0S
1S
2S
3S
30S
20S
10S
5S
7. To set pan limit ON/OFF
Move the cursor to PAN LIMIT and select ON or OFF
with the joystick.
The factory default setting is OFF.
ON: Manual pan is limited from the starting point to
the endpoint specified by position setting. Set
ENDLESS to OFF before PAN LIMIT is set to ON.
OFF: Manual pan is not limited.
Note:
When ON is selected for PAN LIMIT, manual pan
moves the camera away from the other side
(PAN LIMIT) of the start-end range.
■ Auto Pan Key Setting (AUTO PAN
KEY)
This is used for assigning one of the following auto
functions to the AUTO button on the controller. Pressing
the AUTO button activates the assigned function after
this setting.
• Move the cursor to AUTO PAN KEY and select an
auto function with the joystick.
The factory default setting is AUTO PAN.
8. To set zoom limit ON/OFF
Move the cursor to ZOOM LIMIT and select ON or
OFF with the joystick.
** ZOOM LIMIT **
ZOOM
** SET UP MENU **
PRESET 1
MAP
HOME POSITION OFF
SELF RETURN
OFF
AUTO MODE
OFF
AUTO PAN KEY AUTO PAN
DIGITAL FLIP ON
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
PASSWORD LOCK OFF
→PUSH SET
RET
ON: Limits the manual zoom operation by following
the procedure below.
(1) Move the cursor to ZOOM LIMIT, select ON and
press the CAM (SET) button.
The ZOOM LIMIT setting menu appears.
The mode changes as follows:
SEQ
SORT
AUTO PAN
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PATROL
● Password Lock (PASSWORD LOCK)
AUTO PAN: Assigns the auto panning function to
the button.
SEQ: Assigns the SEQUENCE function to the button.
SORT: Assigns the SORT function to the button.
PATROL: Assigns the PATROL PLAY function to the
button.
Note:
AUTO PAN LED on the controller does not light if
something other than AUTO PAN is assigned.
AUTO PAN does not stop with the AUTO PAN
button.
If PASSWORD LOCK is set to ON, you cannot
operate AUTO PAN, SEQ, SORT, and PATROL
even by pressing the AUTO button.
Caution:
For security, do not operate your VTR for recording
while the password menus are displayed on the
monitor.
A 3-digit number is used for a password to limit
access to all settings.
1. Move the cursor to PASSWORD LOCK, then select
ON or OFF with the joystick.
** SET UP MENU **
PRESET 1
MAP
HOME POSITION OFF
SELF RETURN
OFF
AUTO MODE
OFF
AUTO PAN KEY AUTO PAN
DIGITAL FLIP ON
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
PASSWORD LOCK ON
■ Digital Flip Setting (DIGITAL FLIP)
Move the cursor to DIGITAL FLIP and select ON or OFF
with the joystick.
** PASSWORD? **
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
** SET UP MENU **
PRESET 1
MAP
HOME POSITION OFF
SELF RETURN
OFF
AUTO MODE
OFF
AUTO PAN KEY AUTO PAN
DIGITAL FLIP ON
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
PASSWORD LOCK OFF
. . .
↑
OK RESET
NEW PASSWORD
RET
Note:
ON or OFF can be selected only after going
through the password verification.
OFF: You can change all settings.
ON: You cannot change settings at all nor operate
AUTO PAN, SEQ, SORT, and PATROL.
OFF: The tilt range is limited from 0 ° to 90 °.
ON: The digital flip function allows the tilt angle to
widen up to 180 °. The image on the monitor
screen is flipped horizontally and vertically at the
tilt angle of approx. 135 ° (If the camera is
installed on a ceiling).
Note:
The tilt range narrows from 0 ° to 90 ° if PAN
LIMIT is set to ON.
2. Press the CAM (SET) button.
Password Verification
3. The password verification menu appears.
3-1 Select a numeral for the first digit with the joystick, and press the CAM (SET) button. Though
the entered password is not displayed, the uparrow moves one character to the right.
3-2 Repeat the above step for the 2nd and 3rd digits.
Default: 123
3-3 The cursor moves to OK after all the three digits
have been entered. Unless you want to change
the password, press the CAM (SET) button.
If the correct password is entered, the screen
returns to SET UP MENU. ON and OFF settings
are the same as made on the SET UP MENU
menu is as set in step 1.
If a wrong password is entered, the screen
returns to the verification menu. Repeat steps 3-1
to 3-3 to verify the password.
Notes:
• Digital flip functions while moving the joystick downwards. In case of moving the joystick to other directions, it does not function.
• When OFF is selected for DIGITAL FLIP, the following operations are required to move the camera
180 ° vertically.
1) Move the joystick downwards to aim the camera
down.
2) Move the joystick to the right or left to rotate the
camera 180 ° horizontally.
3) Move the joystick upwards.
• To set the preset position directly from WV-CU360
System Controller, it is temporarily required to set
both the electronic zoom function and digital flip
function to OFF.
Tilt range setting is disabled between 90 ° and 185 °.
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■ Special 1 Menu Setting
(SPECIAL 1)
3-4 To cancel an incomplete password, move the
cursor to RESET, and press the CAM (SET) button. The screen returns to the verification menu.
3-5 To return to the SET UP MENU menu without verifying the password, move the cursor to RET, and
press the CAM (SET) button.
● Privacy Zone (PRIVACY ZONE)
Up to 8 unwanted zones can be masked on the monitor
screen.
New Password
4. To change the password in step 3-3 above, move
the cursor from OK to NEW PASSWORD, then press
the CAM (SET) button. NEW PASSWORD menu
appears.
**
1. Move the cursor to PRIVACY ZONE and select ON
or OFF with the joystick. Press the CAM (SET) button
to display the ZONE NUMBER setting menu.
** SPECIAL
PRIVACY ZONE
PROPO.P/T
AREA TITLE
PATROL
ALARM IN/OUT
CLEANING
EL-ZOOM
PRESET ALM
IMAGE HOLD
TILT ANGLE
RET
NEW PASSWORD? **
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
. . .
↑
. . .
1 **
OFF
ON
ON(USER)
STOP
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
0°
OK RESET
RET
** ZONE NUMBER 1*/8 **
Note:
The NEW PASSWORD menu is accessible only
after the verification has been completed.
The up-arrow mark appears indicating the first digit
on the first line.
4-1 Enter a new three-digit password in the same
way as in steps 3-1 to 3-2.
4-2 The cursor moves to OK after all the three digits
have been entered. Press the CAM (SET) button
to move the cursor to the first digit on the second
line.
4-3 Enter the same password as the one you have
entered on the first line.
4-4 The cursor moves to OK. Press the CAM (SET)
button. If the new password is successfully
entered, the screen returns to SET UP MENU.
4-5 Retry steps 4-1 to 4-4. If the first entry for the
password is different from the second one, the
screen returns to the NEW PASSWORD? menu.
4-6 To return to the SET UP MENU menu without
changing the password, move the cursor to RET,
and press the CAM (SET) button.
RET
ON: Preset privacy zones are veiled on the monitor
screen.
OFF: The veiling function does not work.
2. Select a zone number with the joystick, and press
the CAM (SET) button.
• A zone number followed by * (asterisk) indicates
that the zone has already been registered.
** ZONE NUMBER 1*/8 **
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
ZONE SCALE
SET DEL
RET
••••|••••
L
H
• When a zone number having no * is selected, the
picture is zoomed out (WIDE).
• When a registered zone number is selected, the
camera moves to the preset position. Note that if
you move PAN/TILT, ZOOM/FOCUS or ZONE
SCALE in that position, the registered zone number
having (*) is cancelled.
• The zone frame appears in the centre of the screen
if 3 or fewer mask areas exist in that picture and if
the zone number is not registered yet.
• Up to 4 zones can be registered on the fully displayed screen (WIDE).
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• When 5 privacy zones or more are framed on the
displayed screen in the same time, the whole screen
will be masked. In this case, diminish the number of
the zones and set the privacy zones larger.
• The privacy zone may appear on the monitor screen
depending on the direction of the camera.
• The privacy zone function will not work at start-up
immediately after turning the power on.
** ZONE NUMBER 3*/8 **
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
→PUSH SET
ZONE SCALE
SET DEL
RET
Moving the joystick in the L direction decreases
the zone frame, and moving it in the H direction
increases it. However, the aspect ratio is fixed at
3 to 4.
The privacy zone setting has been completed.
The menu returns to the ZONE NUMBER setting
menu.
3. To register a new zone
3-1 For PAN/TILT, move the cursor to PUSH SET and
press the CAM (SET) button.
** ZONE NUMBER 3*/8 **
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
ZONE SCALE
SET DEL
RET
3-6
• To complete new settings and repeat other settings, move the cursor to SET and press the
CAM (SET) button. The ZONE NUMBER setting
menu reappears.
• To cancel new settings and return to the SPECIAL 1 menu, move the cursor to DEL and press
the CAM (SET) button. New settings are not registered.
• To complete new settings and return to the SPECIAL 1 menu, move the cursor to RET and press
the CAM (SET) button.
••••|••••
L
H
3-2 Adjust the pan and tilt position so that the
desired position comes into the zone frame with
the joystick.
** ZONE NUMBER 3*/8 **
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
U TILT D/L PAN R
ZONE SCALE
SET DEL
RET
● Proportional Pan/Tilt (PROPO. P/T)
••••|••••
L
H
Move the cursor to PROPO. P/T and select either ON or
OFF with the joystick.
Factory default setting: ON
3-3 For ZOOM/FOCUS, move the cursor to PUSH
SET , and press the CAM (SET) button.
** SPECIAL
PRIVACY ZONE
PROPO.P/T
AREA TITLE
PATROL
ALARM IN/OUT
CLEANING
EL-ZOOM
PRESET ALM
IMAGE HOLD
TILT ANGLE
RET
** ZONE NUMBER 3*/8 **
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
U ZOOM D/L FOCUS R
ZONE SCALE
SET DEL
RET
••••|••••
L
H
1 **
OFF
ON
ON(USER)
STOP
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
0°
••••|••••
L
H
ON: Pan/tilt speed is in inverse proportion to the
zoom ratio as follows:
Zoom ratio
Speed level
x1
7 (fastest)
x2
5
x4
3
x8
1
x15 or more
0 (slowest)
* The speed level values are approximate.
OFF: The speed is constant at the fastest level
regardless of the zoom ratio.
3-4 Adjust zoom and focus, and press the CAM
(SET) button.
Zoom can be adjusted within the range of 1 to 10
magnifications.
3-5 Move the cursor to ZONE SCALE, and move the
joystick to the right or left to adjust the zone
frame. Press the CAM (SET) button after the
adjustment.
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● Area Title (AREA TITLE)
3. Move the cursor to PUSH SET for ZOOM/FOCUS,
and press the CAM (SET) button. ZOOM/FOCUS is
highlighted and "U ZOOM D/L FOCUS R" appears.
Up to 8 area titles can be added in specific positions.
1. Select ON (NESW), ON (USER) or OFF with the joystick.
** SPECIAL
PRIVACY ZONE
PROPO.P/T
AREA TITLE
PATROL
ALARM IN/OUT
CLEANING
EL-ZOOM
PRESET ALM
IMAGE HOLD
TILT ANGLE
RET
** DIRECTION(NESW)
PAN/TILT
→PUSH
→PUSH
ZOOM/FOCUS
POSI
U ZOOM D/L FOCUS
1 **
OFF
ON
ON(USER)
STOP
**
SET
SET
R
+
N
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
0°
RET
4. Adjust the zoom or focus with the joystick.
5. Move the cursor to POSI O, and press the CAM
(SET) button. The area title position appears on the
monitor screen. If needed, change the display position with the joystick, and press the MON (ESC) button.
An area title always appears under the camera ID.
If the camera ID and an area title are set to be
shown in separate positions, the area title appears
above the camera ID.
ON (NESW): An area title is displayed for indicating
the camera direction: North (N), North-East (NE),
East (E), South-East (SE), South (S), South-West
(SW), West (W) and North-West (NW).
** DIRECTION(NESW) **
→PUSH SET
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
POSI
+
N
RET
ON (USER): A user customized area title appears in
a maximum of 16 characters.
OFF: Area title does not appear.
Factory default setting: OFF
FLOOR 1
N
6. Move the cursor to RET, and press the CAM (SET)
button. The SPECIAL 1 menu appears again.
2. Press the CAM (SET) button. A submenu appears
except when OFF is selected.
Setting for ON (USER)
If ON (USER) is selected on the SPECIAL 1 menu,
the AREA TITLE (USER) menu appears. The screen
has a number column and title column above RET
and RESET.
Settings for ON (NESW)
1. Move the cursor to PUSH SET for PAN/TILT, and
press the CAM (SET) button. PAN/TILT is highlighted and "U TILT D/L PAN R" appears.
** DIRECTION(NESW) **
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
→PUSH SET
POSI
U TILT D/L PAN R
** SPECIAL
PRIVACY ZONE
PROPO.P/T
AREA TITLE
PATROL
ALARM IN/OUT
CLEANING
EL-ZOOM
PRESET ALM
IMAGE HOLD
TILT ANGLE
RET
+
N
RET
2. Turn the camera north with the joystick, and press
the CAM (SET) button. The origin of the direction
(North) is set.
Note:
Area titles are highlighted until the origin is set.
1 **
OFF
ON
ON(USER)
STOP
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
0°
Note:
An area number followed by an asterisk * has
already been preset.
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To Quit Editing
• To return to the AREA TITLE menu, move the cursor
to RET, and press the CAM (SET) button.
• To cancel one area title, move the cursor to RESET
in the AREA TITLE menu, and press the CAM (SET)
button.
• To return to the SPECIAL 1 menu, move the cursor
to RET, and press the CAM (SET) button.
• To erase all the area titles, move the cursor to
RESET in the AREA TITLE (USER) selection menu,
and press the CAM (SET) button.
** AREA TITLE(USER) **
1*
NORTH
2
3
EAST
4
SOUTH-EAST
5
SOUTH
6
SOUTH-WEST
7
8
NORTH-WEST
RET
RESET
1. To select a camera direction, move the cursor to the
desired number, and press the CAM (SET) button.
The direction menu of the selected number appears.
2. Adjust PAN/TILT, ZOOM/FOCUS and display the
position in the same way as AREA TITLE, DIRECTION (NESW). See page 37.
** DIRECTION(USER) 1 **
→PUSH SET
PAN/TILT
→PUSH SET
ZOOM/FOCUS
FLOOR 1
NORTH
+
NORTH
RET
Notes:
• An area title appears under the camera ID if both
are set in the same position. If the setting is different, they appear in the area title position.
• In case of sharing a common subject in a scene
of other camera number, the nearest area title
appears while the camera direction deviates
within 45 ° from the set position. If two or more
area numbers are set in the same position, the
title of the highest number appears.
DEL
3. To add a user-customized title, move the cursor to
the title of the desired number, and press the CAM
(SET) button. The AREA TITLE menu of the selected
number appears.
Area Title Editing
1. Move the cursor to the desired character in the
character field with the joystick, and press the CAM
(SET) button.
2. The selected character appears in the editing field
and the blinking cursor moves one position to the
right.
● Patrol-learn and Patrol Play (PATROL)
A routine of manual operations can be stored for 1
minute at the maximum and reproduced repetitively.
PATROL
AREA TITLE 1*
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$ÄÜÖÆÑÅ
** SPECIAL
PRIVACY ZONE
PROPO.P/T
AREA TITLE
PATROL
ALARM IN/OUT
CLEANING
EL-ZOOM
PRESET ALM
IMAGE HOLD
TILT ANGLE
RET
SPACE
POSI RET RESET
................
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until one area title is completed.
4. Move the cursor to POSI O, and press the CAM
(SET) button. The area title appears on the monitor
screen. If needed, change the display position with
the joystick, and press the MON (ESC) button.
1 **
OFF
ON
ON(USER)
PLAY
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
0°
1. Set the following parameters for the patrol-learn
starting position. These parameters are stored when
the patrol-learn mode starts.
• PAN/TILT/ZOOM/FOCUS
• IRIS
• SHUTTER
• AGC
• SENS UP
• WHITE BALANCE
• IMAGE HOLD
• AREA TITLE
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• DIGITAL FLIP
• PRIVACY ZONE
• CAMERA ID
• PROPO.PT
• PAN LIMIT
• ZOOM LIMIT
• TILT ANGLE
• CLEANING
After starting the patrol-learn, the following manual
operations are stored.
• PAN/TILT/ZOOM/FOCUS operation
• IRIS operation
• Preset positioning
The auto focus function is disabled during the patrol
operation. Under such circumstances, the camera
goes out of focus when zooming in with WIDE
selected resulting from a characteristic of a zoom
lens. For storing the zoom operation, start with the
TELE mode keeps the camera in focus.
The patrol operation ranges from the horizontal
direction to the downward direction. The digital flip
function is disabled (page 34).
2. Operate patrol-learn manually.
3. Open the SET UP menu to stop learning.
Notes:
• It is recommended to set PAN LIMIT to ON for
patrol-learn. Otherwise PAN LIMIT is invalid in
playback.
• If the power fails in the patrol-learn mode, start
the patrol-learn function again from the starting
point.
• LEARN also stops 1 minute after starting if the
memory is full.
• Auto refreshing may be activated in the patrol
play mode or the auto mode to calibrate the lens
position.
Patrol Play with a Controller Having the PATROL
Button
1. Press the PATROL PLAY button. The camera turns
to the starting point and reproduces the operations
stored in the memory. Iris operation is valid only in
the playback mode.
2. Press the PATROL STOP button and PROGRAM
button simultaneously to stop playback or press any
manual operation button (e.g., PAN/TILT/ ZOOM/
FOCUS) except the iris buttons.
2. Open the SET UP menu and move the cursor to
SPECIAL 1. For PATROL, select LEARN, PLAY or
STOP with the joystick.
The factory default setting is STOP.
LEARN: A series of manual operations is stored.
PLAY: Stored operations are reproduced.
STOP: LEARN or PLAY is not activated.
Patrol Play with a Controller not Having the PATROL
Button
1. Select patrol play in the setup menu, and then close
the menu. The camera turns to the starting point and
the operations stored in memory are reproduced.
Iris operation is valid only in the playback mode.
2. Open the SET UP menu, or press any of manual
operation buttons (e.g., PAN/TILT/ZOOM/FOCUS)
except the iris buttons to stop playback.
PATROL LEARN with a Controller Having PATROL
Button
1. Press the PATROL button and the CAM (SET) button
simultaneously to start patrol-learn. The setup menu
displays "LEARNING(60S)", and the starting points
are stored. (unit: s)
Patrol Play with the AUTO PAN Button
1. If the PATROL PLAY function is assigned to the
AUTO PAN button, press the AUTO PAN button to
turn the camera back to the starting point and to
reproduce the operation data stored in the memory.
2. To stop playback, press the PATROL STOP button
or any manual operation button (e.g., PAN/TILT/
ZOOM/FOCUS) except the iris buttons.
LEARNING(60S)
Notes:
• In the patrol play mode, the camera movement may
occasionally deviate from the entered routine when
the routine includes a move to a preset position. If
this happens, re-enter the routine of manual operations for patrol-learn.
• In the patrol play mode, black and white automatic
switching does not work.
• In the patrol play mode, when the power of the controller is turned on or off, the patrol play stops. In this
case, press the PATROL PLAY button again. (If
SELF RETURN is set to ON, the patrol play will start
again after elapsing the setting return time.)
2. Operate patrol-learn manually. The operation data is
stored. The countdown to complete learning is displayed.
3. To stop patrol-learn, press the PATROL STOP button.
Patrol-learn with a Controller not Having the
PATROL Button
1. Close the SET UP or SPECIAL 1 menu to start
PATROL LEARN. Starting point parameters are
stored and "LEARNING(60S)" is displayed on the
monitor.
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● Alarm Input/Output (ALARM IN/OUT)
CNT-CLS 1, 2 (Output)
Two contact closure signals (Open collector type) are
output through the Alarm Output connector.
Move the cursor to ALARM IN/OUT, and press the CAM
(SET) button. The ALARM IN/OUT submenu appears.
** SPECIAL
PRIVACY ZONE
PROPO.P/T
AREA TITLE
PATROL
ALARM IN/OUT
CLEANING
EL-ZOOM
PRESET ALM
IMAGE HOLD
TILT ANGLE
RET
1. Move the cursor to CNT-CLS 1, and select OFF,
ALARM or AUX 1 with the joystick.
The factory default setting is OFF.
When ALARM is selected, TIME OUT appears.
Select an appropriate duration from among 100 MS,
200 MS, 1000 MS (1 s), 2000 MS (2 s) and 4000 MS
(4 s) with the joystick. (unit: s)
The factory default setting is 100 MS. (unit: ms)
1 **
OFF
ON
ON(USER)
STOP
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
0°
Note:
The shorter the duration, the more frequent will
be the detection output.
Note:
While the camera is in the AF mode or the lens
moves between WIDE and TELE, alarm input may
be ignored if several alarm inputs are received in
succession.
2. Move the cursor to CNT-CLS 2, then select OFF,
AUX 2 with the joystick.
The factory default setting is OFF.
OFF: Contact closure signals are deactivated.
ALARM: Available for CNT-CLS 1 only. A motion
detection signal is output.
AUX 1(2): An alarm signal is output when the camera receives a command from the controller.
ALARM IN 1-4
Alarm input signals are supplied from external devices
through the ALARM IN connector to turn the camera to
a preset position.
1. Move the cursor to ALARM IN 1* and select a preset
position or OFF with the joystick, then press the
CAM (SET) button.
The factory default setting is OFF.
**
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
Note:
It is recommended to set the connected external
device to ignore the shorter alarm outputs of
90 ms or less from the camera.
ALARM IN/OUT **
IN 1
OFF
IN 2
OFF
IN 3
OFF
IN 4
OFF
CNT-CLS 1
TIME OUT
CNT-CLS 2
COAX ALM OUT
COAXIAL ALARM OUT
Alarm output signals are supplied through the coaxial
cable.
OFF
100MS
OFF
OFF
1. Move the cursor to COAX ALM OUT and select ON
or OFF.
2. Press the CAM (SET) button.
The factory default setting is OFF.
ON: The camera sends an alarm output signal after
it turns to a preset position.
OFF: The camera does not send an output signal.
RET
* Set ALARM IN 2, 3 and 4 in the same way as
ALARM IN 1.
1 POSI, 2 POSI, 3 POSI and 4 POSI: Preset position. If an alarm input is received, the camera
turns to a preset position, and sends an alarm
output signal. The position number corresponds
to the alarm input number (1-1, 2-2, 3-3 and 4-4).
OFF: The camera ignores alarm inputs.
Notes:
• The camera ignores alarm inputs during manual
operation.
• To download or upload preset data to the system
controller, select “OFF”.
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● Cleaning (CLEANING)
ON: 10 - fold electronic zoom is available with the
ZOOM switch on the controller.
OFF: The electronic zoom function is not used.
Notes:
• A scene magnified by the electronic zoom function may be inferior in picture quality to a nonmagnified one.
• The electronic zoom does not function in the preset position setting mode.
• When trying to set preset positions directly from
the WV-CU360 System Controller while ON is set
for the electronic zoom function and the displayed scene is magnified at more than x22, the
INHIBIT indication will be displayed. In this case,
you need to set the electronic zoom function
temporarily to OFF.
With CLEANING in the ON position, the camera’s builtin electromechanical contacts are cleaned at regular
intervals (approx. every 7 days).
A dry contact adversely affects picture quality and
motors operation.
1. Move the cursor to CLEANING and select ON or
OFF with the joystick.
** SPECIAL
PRIVACY ZONE
PROPO.P/T
AREA TITLE
PATROL
ALARM IN/OUT
CLEANING
EL-ZOOM
PRESET ALM
IMAGE HOLD
TILT ANGLE
RET
1 **
OFF
ON
ON(USER)
STOP
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
0°
● Preset Alarm (PRESET ALM)
An alarm output is sent when the camera moves to the
designated position depending on the mode.
ON: The contacts are cleaned for approx. 1 minute.
"CLEANING" disappears when the cleaning
process is completed.
1. Move the cursor to PRESET ALM and select ON or
OFF.
** SPECIAL
PRIVACY ZONE
PROPO.P/T
AREA TITLE
PATROL
ALARM IN/OUT
CLEANING
EL-ZOOM
PRESET ALM
IMAGE HOLD
TILT ANGLE
RET
CLEANING
OFF: No contact cleaning.
Note:
To download or upload preset data to the system
controller, set the cleaning function to “OFF”. If
the cleaning function is activated during the
uploading or downloading process, the uploading or downloading fails.
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
0°
ON: Alarm signals are output in the following cases.
• When a preset positioning sequence is completed while AUTO MODE is set to SEQ.
• When a preset positioning sequence is completed while AUTO MODE is set to SORT.
• When the self-return function has returned the
camera to its home position.
• Positioning is completed for a position request
command.
• Positioning to the designated point is completed
for ALARM IN/OUT.
• When positioning to the starting point is completed while AUTO MODE is set to AUTO PAN.
• When positioning to the starting point is completed while PATROL is set to PLAY.
OFF: Alarm signals are not output.
Notes:
• Select OFF when the camera downloads or
uploads the preset data.
• When selecting "ON", set "AUTO" for "ALARM
DATA" on the RS485 SETUP menu (page 19).
● Electronic Zoom (EL-ZOOM)
The electronic zoom magnifies a scene 10-fold. With a
22-fold optical zoom lens, the camera is capable of
220-fold zoom.
1. Move the cursor to EL-ZOOM and select ON or OFF
with the joystick, and then press the CAM (SET) button.
** SPECIAL
PRIVACY ZONE
PROPO.P/T
AREA TITLE
PATROL
ALARM IN/OUT
CLEANING
EL-ZOOM
PRESET ALM
IMAGE HOLD
TILT ANGLE
RET
1 **
OFF
ON
ON(USER)
STOP
1 **
OFF
ON
ON(USER)
STOP
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
0°
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● Image Hold (IMAGE HOLD)
■ Camera Setting
The camera picture remains as a still image on the
monitor screen until the camera reaches the preset
position. This function is useful for surveillance via local
area network.
● To Display the Camera Setting Menu
Move the cursor to CAMERA O, and press the CAM
(SET) button. The camera setting menu appears.
** SET UP MENU **
PRESET 1
MAP
HOME POSITION OFF
SELF RETURN
OFF
AT
AUTO MODE
OFF
AUTO PAN KEY AUTO PAN
DIGITAL FLIP ON
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
PASSWORD LOCK OFF
1. Move the cursor to IMAGE HOLD and select ON or
OFF.
** SPECIAL
PRIVACY ZONE
PROPO.P/T
AREA TITLE
PATROL
ALARM IN/OUT
CLEANING
EL-ZOOM
PRESET ALM
IMAGE HOLD
TILT ANGLE
RET
1 **
OFF
ON
ON(USER)
STOP
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
0°
** SET UP **
OFF
CAMERA ID
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
AF MODE
AUTO L
ON: The last displayed still image is shown till the
camera finishes moving to a preset position.
However, the still image may be distorted with
the effect of panning or tilting.
OFF: The current image is being displayed while the
camera is moving to a preset position.
RET
SPECIAL2
● Camera Identification (CAMERA ID)
1. Move the cursor to CAMERA ID, and select ON to
display the camera identification with the joystick.
● Tilt Angle (TILT ANGLE 0 °/5 °)
You can select the tilting range.
** SET UP **
CAMERA ID
ON
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
AF MODE
AUTO L
1. Move the cursor to TILT ANGLE and select 0 ° or 5 °.
** SPECIAL
PRIVACY ZONE
PROPO.P/T
AREA TITLE
PATROL
ALARM IN/OUT
CLEANING
EL-ZOOM
PRESET ALM
IMAGE HOLD
TILT ANGLE
RET
1 **
OFF
ON
ON(USER)
STOP
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
0°
RET
SPECIAL2
2. Follow the steps below to edit the camera ID characters.
2-1 Move the cursor to CAMERA ID and press the
CAM (SET) button to display the character editing menu.
2-2 Move the cursor to the character you want to edit
or change with the joystick, and press the CAM
(SET) button. The selected character appears in
the editing area.
2-3 Repeat the steps above until all characters are
edited.
0 °: The tilting range is between 0 ° and 180 °.
5 °: The tilting range is between –5 ° and 185 °.
Note:
When 5 ° is selected in the WIDE mode, a subject is not displayed on approximately the upper
half of the screen or the screen becomes white
for some subjects due to the AGC effect.
3. After editing the camera identification characters,
follow the steps below to decide the position of
CAMERA ID.
3-1 Move the cursor to POSI, and press the CAM
(SET) button to display the ID position menu.
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● Light Control Setting (ALC/MANUAL)
CAMERA ID
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$ÄÜÖÆÑÅ
1. Move the cursor to ALC/MANUAL and select ALC or
MANUAL with the joystick. When you select ALC,
set backlight compensation.
SPACE
POSI RET RESET
** SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
AF MODE
AUTO L
CAM1............
3-2 Decide the position of the camera ID with the joystick. Press the MON (ESC) button to fix the position, and return to the character editing menu.
RET
Notes:
• When you want the pointer to move to a specific
character in the editing area, select a new character, and press the CAM (SET) button. This
function allows you to edit or correct a specific
character.
• To enter a blank space into the camera ID, move
the cursor to SPACE, and press the CAM (SET)
button.
• To erase all characters in the editing area, move
the cursor to RESET, and press the CAM (SET)
button.
• The positioning of CAMERA ID stops at the
edges of the screen.
• CAMERA ID moves faster when the joystick is
kept at the right or left for one second or more.
• Move the cursor to RET to return to the SET UP
menu, and press the CAM (SET) button.
SPECIAL2
Note:
The backlight compensation submenu associated with this menu is described separately and
should be set up after installing the camera at
the site and observing the actual site picture.
2. When MANUAL is selected, quit the setup menu by
pressing the MON (ESC) button. Press the OPEN or
CLOSE button on the controller for iris adjustment.
(1) ALC Mode with BLC ON
1. Press the CAM (SET) button after selecting ALC.
The ALC CONT menu appears.
** ALC CONT **
BACK LIGHT COMP
BLC
OFF
MASK SET
LEVEL
••••|••••
+
RET
CAM1
2. Move the cursor to the BLC parameter and select
ON.
** ALC CONT **
BACK LIGHT COMP
CAMERA ID
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$ÄÜÖÆÑÅ
SPACE
BLC
ON
LEVEL
••••|••••
+
RET
POSI RET RESET
CAM1............
3. If you want to adjust the video output level, move the
"I" cursor for LEVEL. Adjust it to the desired level
with the joystick.
4. Move the cursor to RET and press the CAM (SET)
button to return to the CAM SET UP menu.
CAMERA ID
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$ÄÜÖÆÑÅ
SPACE
POSI RET RESET
CAM1............
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6. If you want to change the picture contrast, move the
"I" cursor for LEVEL and adjust the level.
Note:
If operation of the controller's IRIS (OPEN, CLOSE)
buttons during operation is done after the menu is
closed, the LEVEL on the CAMERA menu is reflected and stored for these settings. However, if the
camera is in a preset position, it is reflected as a
parameter of the preset position. To return to the initial factory default level, hold down the system controller's A button.
(2) ALC Mode with BLC OFF
1. Move the cursor to BLC and select OFF. (When you
select MANUAL, BLC is not available.) MASK SET
appears on the menu.
Blinking
** ALC CONT **
BACK LIGHT COMP
BLC
OFF
MASK SET
2. Move the cursor to MASK SET and press the CAM
(SET) button. The 48 mask areas appear on the
monitor screen. The cursor is blinking in the top left
corner of the screen.
LEVEL
••••|••••
+
RET
7. Move the cursor to RET and press the CAM (SET)
button to return to the CAM SET UP menu.
Blinking
** ALC CONT **
BACK LIGHT COMP
BLC
OFF
MASK SET
LEVEL
••••|••••
+
RET
3. To mask an area where backlight is bright, move the
cursor to the area and press the CAM (SET) button.
The mask turns white. Repeat this procedure to
mask the desired areas.
● Shutter Speed Setting (SHUTTER)
** SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
AF MODE
AUTO L
Turns to white
Blinking
RET
SPECIAL2
Move the cursor to SHUTTER and select the electronic shutter speed with the joystick. The electronic
shutter speed changes as follows with the joystick:
4. To cancel a masked area, move the cursor to the
area, and press the CAM (SET) button. To cancel all
masking areas, press the F3 button of WV-CU650.
For WV-RM70, press the right and left switches
simultaneously.
5. After masking is completed, press the MON (ESC)
button. The 48 mask areas on the monitor screen
disappear and the ALC CONT menu appears.
OFF (1/50)
1/10 000
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AUTO
1/4 000
1/120
1/2 000
1/250
1/1 000
1/500
● Synchronization (SYNC)
• In the AUTO mode, an object is clearly imaged
under highlighted conditions by using the combination technology of iris and shutter functions.
Note:
When the selected shutter speed caused flicker
on condition that fluorescent lamps stay on,
change this setting to 'OFF'.
Move the cursor to SYNC and select LL or INT with the
joystick.
** SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
AF MODE
AUTO L
● Gain Control [AGC ON (LOW/MID/
HIGH)/OFF]
RET
Move the cursor to AGC and select ON (LOW), ON
(MID), ON (HIGH) or (OFF) with the joystick.
Important Notices:
1. The priorities of SYNC modes are assigned as follows:
1. Multiplexed vertical drive (VD2) (highest priority)
2. Line-lock (LL)
3. Internal sync (INT) (lowest priority)
2. To use internal sync, select INT.
3. Whenever the vertical drive pulse (VD2) is supplied
to the camera, the camera sync mode is automatically switched to the multiplexed vertical drive pulse
(VD2) regardless of the selected sync mode.
** SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
AF MODE
AUTO L
RET
SPECIAL2
SPECIAL2
Notes:
• Even if AGC is set to ON and if the noise reduction
function is enabled, afterimages may be produced
by shooting a moving object or by panning or tilting
the camera.
• For more information, refer to Digital Noise
Reduction on page 49.
Line-lock Sync Mode (LL)
1. Move the cursor to SYNC and select LL with the joystick. The LL sync mode is not available when the
multiplexed vertical drive (VD2) pulse is supplied.
2. After selecting LL, press the CAM (SET) button.
The SYNC menu appears on the monitor screen.
● Electronic Sensitivity Enhancement
(SENS UP)
** SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
LL
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
AF MODE
AUTO L
Move the cursor to SENS UP and select the desired
electronic sensitivity enhancement mode with the joystick. The electronic sensitivity enhancement mode
changes as follows with the joystick:
** SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
AF MODE
AUTO L
RET
OFF
X2 AUTO
X16 AUTO
X6 FIX
X4 AUTO
OFF
X16 FIX
X6 AUTO
X2 FIX
SPECIAL2
3. Supply the video output signal of the camera to be
adjusted and the reference video output signal to a
dual-trace oscilloscope.
4. Set the dual-trace oscilloscope to the vertical rate
and expand the vertical sync portion on the oscilloscope.
SPECIAL2
X32 AUTO
X10 FIX
RET
X10 AUTO
X4 FIX
X32 FIX
Note:
While the SENS UP function is selected, noise or
spots may appear in the picture when the sensitivity
of the camera is increased. This is a normal phenomenon.
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5. Move the cursor to COARSE with the joystick.
Notes:
• When the "|" cursor reaches the "+" end, it jumps
back to "–". At the same time, COARSE is incremented by one step to enable a continuous
adjustment. The reverse takes place when the "|"
cursor reaches the "–" end.
• When the joystick is kept at the right or left for
one second or more, the "|" cursor moves quickly.
• To reset COARSE and FINE to the preset values,
press the F3 button of WV-CU650. For WV-RM70,
press the right and left switches simultaneously.
COARSE is preset to zero-crossing of the AC line
phase.
• If the AC line phase contains spike noise, etc.,
the vertical phase of the video output signal may
be disturbed.
** SYNC **
V PHASE
COARSE
1(1--16)
FINE
•|•••••••
+
RET
6. Match the vertical phases for both video output signals as closely as possible with the joystick. The
coarse adjustment can be performed in steps of
22.5 degrees (16 steps) with the joystick.
1 (1 - - - 16): 0 degrees
2 (1 - - - 16): 22.5 degrees
● White Balance (WHITE BAL)
(1) Auto-Tracing White Balance Mode (ATW1/ATW2)
1. Move the cursor to WHITE BAL and select ATW1
with the joystick. The white balance of the camera is
automatically adjusted.
16 (1 - - - 16): 337.5 degrees
Note:
After the 16th step, the adjustment level returns
to the first step.
** SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
AF MODE
AUTO L
7. Move the cursor to FINE by using the joystick.
** SYNC **
V PHASE
COARSE
1(1--16)
FINE
•|•••••••
+
RET
SPECIAL2
2. For fine adjustment of ATW1/ATW2, press the CAM
(SET) button. The ATW1/ATW2 fine adjustment
menu appears on the monitor screen.
RET
** ATW1 **
8. Match the vertical phase for both video output signals as closely as possible with the joystick.
R
B
••••|••••
+
••••|••••
+
** SYNC **
V PHASE
COARSE
4(1--16)
FINE
••••••|••
+
RET
3. Move the cursor to RET with the joystick and press
the CAM (SET) button to return to the SET UP menu.
RET
** SYNC **
V PHASE
COARSE
1(1--16)
FINE
•|•••••••
+
RET
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3. Move the cursor to MASK SET and press the CAM
(SET) button. 48 mask areas appear on the monitor
screen.
Refer to Light Control Setting on page 43 for masking operations.
(2) Automatic White Balance Control Mode (AWC)
1. Move the cursor to WHITE BAL and select AWC →
PUSH SET with the joystick.
** SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
AWC→PUSH SET
MOTION DET
OFF
AF MODE
AUTO L
RET
4. After masking areas, press the MON (ESC) button.
The MOTION DETECT menu appears on the monitor
screen.
5. Move the cursor to ALARM and select ON or OFF
with the joystick.
ON: The alarm signal is supplied while the display
mode is activated.
OFF: The alarm signal is not supplied while the display mode is activated.
SPECIAL2
2. Press the CAM (SET) button to start the white balance setup. PUSH SET is highlighted to indicate that
white balance is being set.
6. Move the cursor to DISPLAY MODE.
Press the CAM (SET) button to see the present setting. The areas that detect the motions blink.
3. PUSH SET returns to normal when balance setting is
completed.
4. For fine adjustment of the AWC, move the cursor to
AWC and press the CAM (SET) button. The AWC
fine adjustment menu appears on the monitor
screen.
7. Move the cursor to LEVEL with the joystick.
Obtain the optimum detection level with the joystick.
** MOTION DETECT **
**
R
B
AWC
**
LEVEL
••••|••••
+
••••|••••
+
••••|••••
+
2S
DWELL TIME
DISPLAY MODE
ALARM
MASK SET
OFF
RECOVER TIME
1MIN
RET
RET
Note:
Repeat the above procedure until you obtain the
adjusted results.
5. Move the cursor to RET with the joystick and press
the CAM (SET) button to return to the SET UP menu.
8. Dwell Time
Move the cursor to DWELL TIME, and select a time
with the Joystick.
When the time specified here elapses after motion
detection, the camera will notify the connected
device of the alarm activation. The default setting is
2 seconds.
Selectable times (unit: s): 2S, 5S, 10S, 30S
● Motion Detector (MOTION DET)
1. Move the cursor to MOTION DET and select ON or
OFF with the joystick.
** SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
ON
AF MODE
AUTO L
RET
9. Move the cursor to RECOVER TIME with the joystick.
You can select the following recover times. (unit:
min)
SPECIAL2
1MIN
2. If ON is selected, press the CAM (SET) button. The
MOTION DETECT menu appears.
You can mask the areas in this menu.
OFF
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2MIN
3MIN
60MIN
5MIN
30MIN
10MIN
20MIN
● Auto Focus Setting (AF MODE)
10. Move the cursor to RET and press the CAM (SET)
button to return to SET UP.
1. Move the cursor to AF MODE, and select the following mode with the joystick. S, M and L stand for
Small, Middle and Large areas respectively in the
centre of a scene that are used for sensing sharpness in auto-focusing.
** SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
AF MODE
AUTO L
RET
AUTO S
MANUAL L
SPECIAL2
AUTO M
AUTO L
MANUAL M
MANUAL S
MANUAL S, M, L: Auto focus is activated only when
the button that is assigned for the auto-focus
function on the controller is pressed.
AUTO S, M, L: Auto focus is activated automatically
while the pan, tilt or zoom operation is manually
performed. These may be selected in the same
way as MANUAL by pressing the button that is
assigned for the auto-focus function on the controller.
Important Notices:
• The motion detection should meet the following conditions.
1) The picture size on the screen should be larger
than 1/48 of the actual picture size.
2) The contrast ratio between the object and the
background picture should be more than 5 % at
the maximum detection level.
3) The time that takes the object to move from one
end of the screen to the other should be more
than 0.1 second.
• Also under the following conditions, mask or adjust
the detection level to prevent malfunction.
1) When leaves, curtains, etc. are swayed by the
wind.
2) When a picture has a high noise content due to
low light conditions.
3) When the object is illuminated by lighting equipment that constantly turns on and off.
• The alarm signal will take approx. 0.2 seconds to
reach the alarm terminal of the VTR after the camera
detects the object.
Because the alarm signal is multiplexed on the
video signal, it may be mistakenly interpreted by
other video equipment as a time code signal.
Therefore, when this camera is not used in a
Panasonic Intelligent CCTV System, select OFF to
prevent the above from occurring.
2. To confirm auto-focus operation, press CAM (SET)
button.
Notes:
• When the electronic sensitivity enhancement (SENS
UP) is activated except in the x2 FIX or x2 AUTO
mode, this function is automatically set to MANUAL
(S, M, L).
• The auto focus lens does not function properly in the
AUTO mode after using the WIDE lens.
• The auto focus lens may not function properly in the
AUTO mode under the following conditions.
1. Dirt or water on window glass.
The auto focus may focus on the dirt or water.
2. Low lighting or illumination.
3. Bright objects or high intensity objects.
4. Single colour object such as a white wall or fine
felt
5. No centre objects and sloping objects
6. Far and near objects on the screen
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● Special 2 Menu (SPECIAL2)
NORMAL: Sets the horizontal resolution to more
than 480 lines.
HIGH: Sets the horizontal resolution to more than
510 lines.
Note:
After selecting HIGH, noise may increase when
the SENS UP function is activated under low illumination.
This menu lets you adjust and set up the picture quality
to meet your requirements.
Move the cursor to SPECIAL2 and press the F3 button
of WV-CU650. The special menu appears on the monitor screen. For WV-RM70, hold down the right and left
switches simultaneously for 2 seconds or more.
** SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/MANUAL
ALC
SHUTTER
AUTO
AGC
ON(MID)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
AF MODE
AUTO L
RET
• Digital Noise Reduction (DNR)
DNR may be used to improve quality under low light
conditions. There are 4 levels of DNR, which may be
selected depending on local site conditions. Factory
default setting: LOW2
You may need to try different settings to find the most
suitable conditions for your application.
Move the cursor to DNR and select LOW1, LOW2,
HIGH1 or HIGH2 with the joystick.
SPECIAL2
• Chroma Level (CHROMA GAIN)
Aperture Level (AP GAIN)
Pedestal Level (PEDESTAL)
** SPECIAL2 **
CHROMA GAIN – ••••|••••+
AP GAIN
– ••••|••••+
PEDESTAL
– •|•••••••+
1. Move the cursor to CHROMA GAIN, and the "I" cursor is highlighted.
RESOLUTION
DNR
PIX OFF
REFRESH
CAMERA RESET
** SPECIAL2 **
CHROMA GAIN – ••••|••••+
AP GAIN
– ••••|••••+
PEDESTAL
– •|•••••••+
RESOLUTION
DNR
PIX OFF
REFRESH
CAMERA RESET
NORMAL
LOW2
→PUSH SET
→PUSH SET
RET
NORMAL
LOW2
LOW1: DNR level is low. The after-image remains.
LOW2: DNR level is low. The after-image is
reduced.
HIGH1: DNR level is high. The after-image remains.
HIGH2: DNR level is high. The after-image is
reduced.
→PUSH SET
→PUSH SET
RET
2. Move the "I" cursor to your desired position with the
joystick to confirm the level.
Notes:
• For setting the aperture, pedestal and hue levels,
perform the same steps described above (but in the
step 1, move the cursor to AP GAIN for the aperture
level, to PEDESTAL for the pedestal level.).
• To reset the settings to the factory default, press the
F3 button of WV-CU650. (For WV-RM70, hold down
the right and left switches simultaneously for 2 seconds or more.)
• PIX OFF Setting (PIX OFF)
In this setting, you can assign a blemish position and
compensate the blemish.
1. Move the cursor to PIX OFF and press the CAM
(SET) button. The PIX OFF menu appears.
** PIX OFF **
1*
5*
2*
6*
3*
7*
4*
8
• Resolution (RESOLUTION)
Move the cursor to RESOLUTION and move the joystick
to select NORMAL or HIGH.
000 000
RET
** SPECIAL2 **
CHROMA GAIN – ••••|••••+
AP GAIN
– ••••|••••+
PEDESTAL
– •|•••••••+
RESOLUTION
DNR
PIX OFF
REFRESH
CAMERA RESET
2. Select a number and press the CAM (SET) button.
The blemish compensation position setting screen
appears.
Move the joystick to place the "+" cursor on the
blemish position. After moving the "+" cursor to a
position where the blemish looks inconspicuous,
press the CAM (SET) button. Consequently, the
blemish compensation position is set up and the PIX
OFF menu is restored.
NORMAL
LOW2
→PUSH SET
→PUSH SET
RET
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The camera is reset to the factory default settings.
(However, the edited settings for PRESET MENU, AUTO
PAN, PATROL (SPECIAL 1), PIX OFF (SPECIAL 2) and
the registered password will not be reset.)
For WV-RM70, hold down the right, left and set switches
simultaneously for 2 seconds or more. For WV-CU161C,
hold down the [4], [5] and [6] keys simultaneously for 2
seconds or more.
The ALL RESET indication will be displayed.
Note:
In case of performing this operation on the condition
that the cursor is positioned on other than CAMERA
RESET, you cannot perform the operations on the
menu thereafter. In that event, set the camera menu
to ON again with the controller referring to page 26.
After a blemish compensation position is set up, (*)
is attached at the right of the number.
3. If you would like to delete a blemish compensation
position, move the cursor to the applicable number
and press the CAM (SET) button.
+
• To Close the SPECIAL2 Menu
The blemish compensation position setting screen
appears. Press the F3 button of WV-CU650 when
the setting screen is active.
For WV-RM70, hold down the right and left buttons
simultaneously for 2 seconds or more.
For WV-CU161C, hold down the [4] and [6] keys
simultaneously for 2 seconds or more.
The screen is restored to the PIX OFF menu, the
blemish compensation position is deleted and (*) is
also deleted from the right of the number.
Move the cursor to RET and press the CAM (SET) button.
The setup menu appears on the monitor screen.
** SPECIAL2 **
CHROMA GAIN – ••••|••••+
AP GAIN
– ••••|••••+
PEDESTAL
– •|•••••••+
RESOLUTION
DNR
PIX OFF
REFRESH
CAMERA RESET
• To Restore the Camera Default Position
(REFRESH)
NORMAL
LOW2
→PUSH SET
→PUSH SET
RET
Move the cursor to REFRESH with the joystick and
press the F3 button of WV-CU650.
Reset to the Factory Default Settings
Any of the above settings plus the ALC/MANUAL level
control and phase adjustments can be reset to the factory default settings by placing the cursor over the
desired mode and then pressing the F3 button of WVCU650.
For WV-RM70, hold down the right and left switches
simultaneously for 2 seconds or more.
For WV-CU161C, hold down the [4] and [6] keys simultaneously for 2 seconds or more.
** SPECIAL2 **
CHROMA GAIN – ••••|••••+
AP GAIN
– ••••|••••+
PEDESTAL
– •|•••••••+
RESOLUTION
DNR
PIX OFF
REFRESH
CAMERA RESET
NORMAL
LOW2
→PUSH SET
→PUSH SET
RET
For WV-RM70, hold down the right and left buttons
simultaneously for 2 seconds or more.
For WV-CU161C, hold down the [4] and [6] keys simultaneously for 2 seconds or more.
• Camera Resetting (CAMERA RESET)
Move the cursor to CAMERA RESET with the joystick
and press the F4 button of WV-CU650.
** SPECIAL2 **
CHROMA GAIN – ••••|••••+
AP GAIN
– ••••|••••+
PEDESTAL
– •|•••••••+
RESOLUTION
DNR
PIX OFF
REFRESH
CAMERA RESET
NORMAL
LOW2
→PUSH SET
→PUSH SET
RET
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Factory Default Setting
Menu
TOP MENU
SPECIAL 1
CAMERA MENU
SPECIAL 2
Item
HOME POSITION
SELF RETURN
AUTO MODE
AUTO PAN KEY
DIGITAL FLIP
PASSWORD LOCK
PRIVACY ZONE
PROPO.P/T
AREA TITLE
PATROL
CLEANING
EL-ZOOM
PRESET ALM
IMAGE HOLD
TILT ANGLE
CAMERA ID
ALC/MANUAL
BLC
SHUTTER
AGC
SENS UP
SYNC
WHITE BAL
MOTION DET
AF MODE
CHROMA GAIN
AP GAIN
PEDESTAL
RESOLUTION
DNR
Setting
OFF
OFF
OFF
AUTO PAN
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
STOP
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
0°
OFF
ALC
OFF
AUTO
ON (MID)
OFF
INT
ATW1
OFF
AUTO L
• • • • I • • • •
• • • • I • • • •
• • • I • • • • •
NORMAL
LOW2
Menu
PRESET MENU
SCENE FILE
AUTO PAN
RS485 SET UP
ALARM IN/OUT
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Item
PRESET ID
ALC/MANUAL
BLC
DWELL TIME
SCENE FILE
PRESET SPEED
SHUTTER
AGC
SENS UP
WHITE BAL
MOTION DET
AF MODE
SPEED
PAN LIMIT
ENDLESS
DWELL TIME
UNIT NUMBER
SUB ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
DATA BIT
PARITY CHECK
STOP BIT
XON/XOFF
WAIT TIME
ALARM DATA
DELAY TIME
ALARM IN1
ALARM IN2
ALARM IN3
ALARM IN4
CNT-CLS 1
TIME OUT
CNT-CLS 2
COAX ALM OUT
Setting
ON
ALC
OFF
10S
1
I
AUTO
ON (MID)
OFF
ATW1
OFF
MANUAL L
• • • • I • • • •
OFF
OFF
1S
1
1
19200
8
NONE
1
NOT USE
OFF
AUTO2
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
100MS
OFF
OFF
• • • • • • • •
SPECIFICATIONS
Effective Pixels
Scanning Area
Synchronization
Horizontal Scanning
Frequency
Vertical Scanning
Frequency
Video Output
WV-CS574E
752 (H) x 582 (V)
3.65 mm (H) x 2.71 mm (V), 1/4 in.
internal/line-lock / multiplexed vertical drive (VD2)
WV-CS570
15.625 kHz
50.00 Hz
1.0 V[P-P] PAL composite/75 Ω
more than 480 lines at centre (C/L, NORMAL), more than 510 lines at centre
Horizontal Resolution
(C/L, HIGH)
Vertical Resolution
more than 400 lines at centre
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
50 dB (AGC OFF, weight on)
Minimum Illumination
1 lx (0.1 foot-candle) C/L at SENS UP OFF (AGC HIGH)
approx. 4.5 s (TELE/WIDE) in manual mode
Zoom Speed
approx. 5 s (FAR/NEAR) in manual mode
Focus Speed
automatic (open/close is possible)/manual
Iris
Maximum Aperture Ratio 1 : 1.6 (WIDE) - 3.0 (TELE)
Focal Length
3.79 - 83.4 mm
2.6 ° - 52.3 °
H
Angular Field
of View
2.0 ° - 39.9 °
V
Electronic Shutter
1/50 (OFF), AUTO, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1 000, 1/2 000, 1/4 000, 1/10 000 s
AGC
ON (LOW)/ON (MID)/ON (HIGH)/OFF
Sens Up
MAX 32 times, AUTO/FIX
BLC
selectable ON/OFF (SETUP MENU)
x22 +digital zoom x10
Zoom Ratio
F1.6 - 22, CLOSE
Iris Range
Power Source
Power Consumption
Ambient Operating
Temperature
Dimensions
Weight
24 V AC, 50 Hz
220 V - 240 V AC, 50 Hz
13 W
15 W
–10 °C - +50 °C (14 °F - 122 °F)
(Recommended operating temperature: +35 °C (95 °F) or less)
120 (D) x 191 (H) mm
(4-3/4" (D) x 7-1/2" (H))
approx. 2 kg (4.4 lbs)
Auto Focus
Auto Mode
Auto Pan Key
Digital Flip
Camera ID
MANUAL/AUTO
OFF/SEQ/SORT/AUTO PAN/PATROL
SEQ/SORT/AUTO PAN/PATROL PLAY
ON/OFF
Motion Detector
ON/OFF
4 inputs (ALARM IN 1 - 4) pulled up to 5.0 V DC OFF (open or 4 V DC - 5 V DC)/
ON (0 V 0.2 mA)
Alarm IN
Alarm OUT
Privacy Zone
Proportional PAN/TILT
Patrol
Cleaning
Image Hold
preset ID, camera ID, area title : up to 16 characters
2 outputs (ALARM/AUX1, AUX2) open collector - output max. 16 V DC
100 mA OFF (OPEN)/ON (0 V)
ON/OFF, up to 8 zones
ON/OFF
LEARN/PLAY/STOP, up to 60 seconds
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
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Panning Range
Panning Angle Setting
Panning Mode
Panning Speed
Tilting Range
Tilting Mode
Tilting Speed
Controls
360 ° endless
possible (in auto-pan mode)
manual/sequential position/sort position/auto pan
manual : approx. 0.1 °/s - 120 °/s 8-steps/16-steps/64-steps
sequence position : maximum approx. 300 °/s
0 ° to 180 ° (–5 ° to 185 ° at 5 ° tilt angle setting)
manual/sequential position/sort position
manual : approx. 0.1 °/s - 120 °/s. 8-steps/16-steps/64-steps
sequential position : maximum approx. 300 °/s
pan/tilt, lens, 32 preset positions, home position
Weights and dimensions indicated are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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SHORTCUTS
Shortcuts are supported when you are using the system controller that has a CAM FUNCTION button. With shortcuts,
you can configure camera functions by inputting function codes on the 10-key pad and then pressing the CAM
FUNCTION button.
The following is a list of all of the shortcuts that are supported by this camera. In addition, you can also move the camera to a preset position by inputting the applicable position number on the 10-key pad.
Notes:
• Turn off digital flip before registering preset positions. If NO REGS.; FLIP ON appears, do the setting again.
• Shortcuts may not be performed if they are executed while a pan, tilt, zoom, or focus operation is in progress.
• Shortcuts 1 through 32, 169, 170 can be saved as part of a patrol routine.
• Except for shortcuts 169 and 170, executing any shortcut during patrol routine PLAY will cause the PLAY operation
to stop.
Controller Operation
Setting
[6] + [5] + [CAM FUNCTION]
AUTO PAN ON
[6] + [6] + [CAM FUNCTION]
AUTO PAN OFF
[6] + [7] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Increases AUTO PAN speed one step.
[6] + [8] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Decreases AUTO PAN speed one step.
[6] + [9] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Sets AUTO PAN start point.
[7] + [0] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Sets AUTO PAN end point.
[7] + [1] + [CAM FUNCTION]
AUTO MODE: OFF
[7] + [2] + [CAM FUNCTION]
AUTO MODE: SEQ ON
[7] + [3] + [CAM FUNCTION]
AUTO MODE: SORT ON
[7] + [4] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Reverses AUTO PAN range.
[7] + [6] + [CAM FUNCTION]
ENDLESS: ON
[7] + [7] + [CAM FUNCTION]
ENDLESS: OFF
[7] + [8] + [CAM FUNCTION]
DIGITAL FLIP: ON
[7] + [9] + [CAM FUNCTION]
DIGITAL FLIP: OFF
[8] + [0] + [CAM FUNCTION]
PROPO.P/T: ON
[8] + [1] + [CAM FUNCTION]
PROPO.P/T: OFF
[8] + [4] + [CAM FUNCTION]
BLC: ON
[8] + [5] + [CAM FUNCTION]
BLC: OFF
[8] + [6] + [CAM FUNCTION]
AF MODE: AUTO
[8] + [7] + [CAM FUNCTION]
AF MODE: MANUAL
[8] + [8] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Performs auto focus.
[8] + [9] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Moves to home position.
[9] + [3] + [CAM FUNCTION]
CAMERA ID: ON
[9] + [4] + [CAM FUNCTION]
CAMERA ID: OFF
[9] + [5] + [CAM FUNCTION]
AREA TITLE: ON (NESW)
[9] + [6] + [CAM FUNCTION]
AREA TITLE: ON (USER)
[9] + [7] + [CAM FUNCTION]
AREA TITLE: OFF
[1] + [0] + [0] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Adjusts camera position (REFRESH)
[1] + [0] + [1] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Stores preset to first available preset number (1 to 32).
[1] + [3] + [2] + [CAM FUNCTION]
[1] + [6] + [5] + [CAM FUNCTION]
PATROL: PLAY
[1] + [6] + [6] + [CAM FUNCTION]
PATROL: STOP
[1] + [6] + [7] + [CAM FUNCTION]
PATROL: LEARN start
[1] + [6] + [9] + [CAM FUNCTION]
IRIS: OPEN
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Controller Operation
Setting
[1] + [7] + [0] + [CAM FUNCTION]
IRIS: CLOSE
[1] + [7] + [1] + [CAM FUNCTION]
SHUTTER: ON
[1] + [7] + [2] + [CAM FUNCTION]
SHUTTER: OFF
[1] + [7] + [3] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Increases shutter speed one step.
[1] + [7] + [4] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Decreases shutter speed one step.
[1] + [7] + [5] + [CAM FUNCTION]
AGC: ON
[1] + [7] + [6] + [CAM FUNCTION]
AGC: OFF
[1] + [7] + [7] + [CAM FUNCTION]
SENS UP: FIX ON
[1] + [7] + [8] + [CAM FUNCTION]
SENS UP: FIX OFF
[1] + [7] + [9] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Increases electronic sensitivity enhancement (FIX) one step.
[1] + [8] + [0] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Decreases electronic sensitivity enhancement (FIX) one step.
[1] + [8] + [1] + [CAM FUNCTION]
SENS UP: AUTO ON
[1] + [8] + [2] + [CAM FUNCTION]
SENS UP: AUTO OFF
[1] + [8] + [3] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Increases electronic sensitivity enhancement (AUTO) one step.
[1] + [8] + [4] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Decreases electronic sensitivity enhancement (AUTO) one step.
[1] + [8] + [5] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Increases line lock phase (FINE) one step.
[1] + [8] + [6] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Decreases line lock phase (FINE) one step.
[1] + [8] + [7] + [CAM FUNCTION]
Pans 180 °.
[1] + [8] + [8] + [CAM FUNCTION]
CLEANING: ON
[1] + [8] + [9] + [CAM FUNCTION]
CLEANING: OFF
* Do not do this operation with the previous dome type camera models (WV-CS850 series, WV-CS854, WV-CS854E
series, WV-CW860 series, WV-CW864, WV-CW864E series, and WV-CS564), doing so may cause a malfunction.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Before requesting service, check the following symptoms to see if you can solve the problem yourself.
If the countermeasures described below do not correct the problem, or if the symptoms you are experiencing are not
covered here, contact a quality service person or system installer.
Problem
No picture (dark screen)
Cause and Recommended Action
Reference Pages
• Is the camera connected correctly? Check the operating instructions that come with your system controller.
–
• Is the lens iris closed?
Execute the iris reset from the system controller you
are using.
29-30
• Is the camera set up for a fixed shutter speed?
30, 44
• Is the lens iris open?
29-30
• Is FIX selected for the electronic sensitivity
enhancement (SENS UP) setting?
30, 45
White picture
Out of focus picture
• Is the dome cover or lens of the camera dirty? If so,
clean them.
6
• Is MANUAL selected for the auto focus mode?
48
• Is the object one that is not compatible with auto
focus? For such objects, focus manually.
48
• The slip ring may be dirty. Do you have the cleaning
function turned on?
41
• Is the camera set up correctly?
42
Digital noise in the picture
• Check the white balance setting.
Poor picture colour
46-47
• Use the special setup menu to adjust picture quality.
49
• Is the dome cover or lens of the camera dirty? If so,
clean them.
6
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Problem
Cause and Recommended Action
Reference Pages
Afterimages in the picture
• Check the DNR setting.
49
White specks in the picture
• Use the PIX OFF function to perform blemish compensation.
49
• Is the camera connected correctly? See the operating instructions that come with the system controller
you are using.
–
• Are camera communication settings configured correctly?
11-13
18-19
Menu does not open.
Menu settings will not
change.
• Is the password lock function turned on?
I forgot the password.
• Contact a quality service person or system installer.
–
• Is the camera connected correctly? See the operating instructions that come with the system controller
you are using.
–
• The camera has a pan limit function. Check the PAN
LIMIT settings.
33
Pan, tilt, zoom, or focus do
not work.
• The motor or lens may be worn. Contact a quality
service person or system installer.
34
–
• Check the self return function.
31
• Check the ALARM IN settings.
40
• Check the recover time setting of the motion detector.
30
The camera movement mode
(OFF, SEQ, SORT, AUTO
PAN, PATROL) setting
changes.
• Check the self return function.
31
Camera position is different
from the preset position setting.
• Perform REFRESH from the special setup menu.
50
The camera movement
modes (OFF, SEQ, SORT,
AUTO PAN, PATROL) do not
work.
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Cause and Recommended Action
Problem
Reference Pages
Picture is different from the
position setting.
• Adjust the picture using the preset menu and a
scene file.
30
Upper part of the picture is
black when the camera is in a
horizontal orientation.
• This is caused by the camera's internal cover. It
does not indicate malfunction.
–
Camera suddenly starts to
pan by itself.
• If the cleaning function is turned on, this is normal
does not indicate malfunction. Check the CLEANING settings.
• If the cleaning function is not turned on, this symptom could be due to noise.
41
● Periodically check the power cord and plug.
Cause and Recommended Action
Problem
Reference Pages
Power cord sheathing is damaged.
Power cord, connectors, or
power plug becomes hot during operation.
• The power cord, connector, or power plug is damaged. Continued
use creates the risk of electric shock and fire. Immediately unplug the
power plug and contact a qualified service person or system installer
for servicing.
Power cord becomes warm
or hot when it is bent or
stretched during use.
Information on Disposal for Users of Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (private households)
This symbol on the products and/or accompanying documents means that used electrical and electronic products
should not be mixed with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling, please take these products to designated collection points, where they
will be accepted on a free of charge basis. Alternatively, in some countries you may be able to return your products to
your local retailer upon the purchase of an equivalent new product.
Disposing of this product correctly will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on
human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling. Please contact
your local authority for further details of your nearest designated collection point.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for further information.
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union
This symbol is only valid in the European Union.
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
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