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Line-up Chart
P.1
Color Camera
P.2–P.10
Fixed Camera/Fixed Dome Camera/PTZ Dome Camera
Storage
P.11–P.15
Digital Video Recorder/Video Cassette Recorder
Plasma Display & Monitor
P.16–P.20
IP Camera
P.21–P.26
PTZ IP Camera/Fixed IP Camera/Encoder/Software/
Network Video Recorder
System Information
P.27–P.29
Ready Pak/DVR System Configuration/DVR Monitoring Images/
Viewer Software System Configuration
Technical Information
P.30–P.33
Selection by Horizontal Resolution
Wide Dynamic Range Function
IR Cut Filter ON/OFF Function
Easy Day/Night Function
Dust and Water Control Functions (IP Code)
Vandal Resistant
The Relationship between Focal Length and Field of Vision
Information about Network Construction
Glossary
P.34–P.35
Index
P.36
Line-up Chart
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Color Camera
TK-C920U(A)
Storage
535 TVL
Easy D/N
P.31
Ready Pak
P.27
1/3" Hi-Resolution Camera
VR-609U
Plasma Display & Monitor
System
Information
P.28
9-ch Digital Video Recorder
50"v Plasma Display
P.11 Specifications P.14
TK-C750U
Ready Pak
VR-616U
TK-C720TPU
1/3" ExDR
Day/Night Camera
P.31 ExDR P.30
P.27
P.3 Specifications P.7
1/3" ExDR Camera
Ready Pak
P.4 Specifications P.7
TK-WD310U
GM-V42UG
40H High Density VCR
42"v Plasma Display
WDR P.30
GM-V42UB
168H High Density VCR
42"v Plasma Display
P.12 Specifications P.15
GD-V422U
960H High Density VCR
42"v Plasma Display
TM-A101G
960H High Density &
High Resolution VCR
9"v Monitor
TM-A13UCV
TM-A13SU (S-Video & Audio)
TM-A130SU
13"v Monitor
Vandal
Resistant
IP Camera
P.18 Specifications P.20
P.5 Specifications P.8
535 TVL
P.18 Specifications P.20
13"v Monitor
535 TVL
1/4" Fixed Dome Camera
TK-C205VPU
P.16 Specifications P.17
SR-9090U
P.4 Specifications P.7
TK-C205U
P.16 Specifications P.17
SR-9080U
P.13 Specifications P.15
1/3" Wide Dynamic Range Camera
P.16 Specifications P.17
SR-9168US
P.13 Specifications P.15
P.27
P.16 Specifications P.17
Plasma Display
& Monitor
TK-C1480U
ExDR P.30
50"v Plasma Display
Storage
P.3 Specifications P.6
GD-V502U
SR-L911US
P.12 Specifications P.14
1/3" Twisted-Pair Camera
Ready Pak
P.28
P.11 Specifications P.14
P.2 Specifications P.6
IR ON/OFF
Information
P.16 Specifications P.17
16-ch Digital Video Recorder
P.27
1/3" STD Resolution Camera
TK-C1460U
System
Color Camera
P.2 Specifications P.6
GM-X50U
Line-up Chart
Video System
P.18 Specifications P.20
P.31 IP66 P.31
1/4" Vandal Resistant
Fixed Dome Camera
TM-H150CG
P.18 Specifications P.20
TK-C675BU
TM-H1700G
TM-H1900G
PTZ Dome Camera
P.9 Specifications P.10
16"v Monitor
18"v Monitor
System
Information
14"v Monitor
P.5 Specifications P.8
P.19 Specifications P.20
TM-A210G
Remote Control Unit
20"v Monitor
P.9 Specifications P.10
P.19 Specifications P.20
Technical
Information
RM-P2580U
Network System
VN-C655U
IR ON/OFF
PTZ IP Dome Camera
ExDR P.30
P.21 Specifications P.23
P.31
Encoder
Viewer & Control Software
VN-A1U
VN-S400U
Network Encoder
Multi-Viewer
P.22 Specifications P.24
VN-C11U
Free
Download
Single Viewer
Network Video Recorder
P.25 Specifications P.25
Free
Download
VN-C30U
VR-N100U
VN-SE400U
PTZ IP Camera
Network Video Recorder
External Device Controller Pack
P.26 Specifications P.26
Index
P.21 Specifications P.23
P.25 Specifications P.25
VN-SV400U
1/3" Fixed IP Camera
Glossary
IP Camera
P.25
P.22 Specifications P.24
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2004-2005
1
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1/3" Hi-Resolution Camera
TK-C920U(A)
535 TVL
Refer to P.27
Easy D/N
Ready Pak
1/3" High Resolution IT CCD with 380,000 Effective Pixels
535 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution
Easy Day/Night Function
Super LoLuxTM Sensitivity: 0.7 lux F1.2 (Color Mode), 0.48 lux F1.2 (B&W Mode)
S/N Ratio 50dB (AGC OFF)
Revolutionary Integrated 10bit DSP
Automatic Electronic Shutter (AES) ON/OFF
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) ON/OFF, Max. 26dB (Color Mode)
Auto Tracking White Balance (ATW) and Manual: 2,300˚K to 10,000˚K
Backlight Compensation (BLC) ON/OFF
Sync Systems INT/Line Lock
Support Video/DC Iris Lens Control
C/CS Lens Compatible
AC 24V/DC 12V Power Supply
Color Camera
Storage
Plasma Display
& Monitor
IP Camera
TK-C920U(A) Rear
1/3" STD Resolution Camera
Refer to P.27
TK-C750U
Ready Pak
1/3" IT CCD with 250,000 Effective Pixels
Minimum Illumination of 0.28 lux F1.2
Auto Tracking White Balance (ATW) and one-touch Auto White Balance (AWB)
Auto White Balance Adjustment Range is from 2,300˚K to 10,000˚K
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) ON/OFF, Max. 26dB
S/N Ratio 50dB (AGC OFF)
Backlight Compensation (BLC) ON/OFF
Automatic Electronic Shutter (AES) ON/OFF
DC Iris Lens Control
Sync Systems INT/Line Lock
C/CS Lens Compatible
AC 24V Power Supply
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
2
Refer to P.31
TK-C750U Rear
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Color Camera
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1/3" Twisted-Pair Camera
TK-C720TPU
Color Camera
1/3" High Resolution IT CCD with 380,000 Effective Pixels
Integrated DSP for Low Light Applications (1.5 lux)
470 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) ON/OFF, Max. 20dB
Auto Tracking White Balance (ATW) and Manual
S/N Ratio 50dB (AGC OFF)
Backlight Compensation (BLC) ON/OFF
Automatic Electronic Shutter (AES) ON/OFF
Unshield Twisted-Pair Video Output (100Ω)
1000ft. Cable Distance Using CAT5 Cable
Monitor Output For Local Camera Adjustment (RCA)
Support Video/DC Iris Lens Control
Sync Systems INT/Line Lock
C/CS Lens Compatible
AC 24V/DC12V Power Supply
Storage
TK-C720TPU Rear
Manufacture
Model No.
Type
Attenuation
Frequency Response
Distance
NITEK
VB37
Passive
0.5dB
DC to 10 MHz
Up to 984 ft. (Up to 300 m)
NVT
NV-213A
Passive
0.5dB
DC to 5 MHz
Up to 984 ft. (Up to 300 m)
NVT
NV-652R
Active
Built-in Amp Adjustable
DC to 5 MHz
Up to 2,952 ft. (UP to 900 m)
Recommended Cable Unshielded Twisted-Pair Wire Gauge 0.5mm (24 AWG) or Thicker Category Type 5
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Recommended Receiver
IP Camera
1/3" ExDR Day/Night Camera
Refer to P.31
Refer to P.30
Refer to P.27
TK-C1460U
IR ON/OFF
ExDR
Ready Pak
For inquiries regarding Control Software, please access
the following URL and select your country of residence.
Index
TK-C1460U Rear
Glossary
Camera Menu Content, including AGC Level, IRIS
Level, Scene Memory Setting/Call, Color Level, BLC
Area and IR Cut Filter ON/OFF, can be set via PC.
Technical
Information
Free Software is also available for Camera Control.
System
Information
1/3" High Sensitive IT CCD with 380,000 Effective Pixels
Day/Night Surveillance with Auto IR Cut Filter ON/OFF (Color/B&W Shooting)
480 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution
DSP with Extended Dynamic Range (ExDR) Function
Automatic Motion Detection with Alarm Signal Output
10x Digital Zoom Function
Minimum Illumination of 0.0125 lux (32x Slow Shutter)
RS-422A/RS-485 Remote Control Capability for Camera Setting
Auto Tracking White Balance (ATW)
Auto/Manual Image Correction with Backlight Compensation
Y/C Video Output
Full Genlock Sync Systems, INT/Line Lock
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) ON/OFF, Max. 23dB
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1/3" ExDR Camera
Refer to P.30
Refer to P.27
TK-C1480U
ExDR
Ready Pak
Color Camera
1/3" High Sensitive IT CCD with 380,000 Effective Pixels
480 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution
Super LoLuxTM Sensitivity: 0.4 lux F1.2
Minimum Illumination of 0.0125 lux (32x Slow Shutter)
DSP with Extended Dynamic Range (ExDR) Function
Automatic Motion Detection with Alarm Signal Output
RS-422A/RS-485 Remote Control Capability for Camera Setting
Auto Tracking White Balance (ATW)
Auto/Manual Image Correction with Backlight Compensation
Y/C Video Output
Full Genlock Sync Systems, INT/Line Lock
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) ON/OFF, Max. 23dB
Storage
Free Software is also available for Camera Control.
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Camera Menu Content, including AGC Level, IRIS
Level, Scene Memory Setting/Call, Color Level, BLC
Area, can be set via PC.
TK-C1480U Rear
For inquiries regarding Control Software, please access
the following URL and select your country of residence.
IP Camera
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company/
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contacts/
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1/3" Wide Dynamic Range Camera
Refer to P.30
TK-WD310U
WDR
System
Information
1/3" Digital Image Device with Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
Innovative 14bit DSP
High-speed, Automatic 5 Level Exposure Control for Each Pixel
480 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution
Programmable Camera Menu System
White Balance: Automatic, Single-push and Manual
24 Characters Camera Title
Support Video/DC Iris Lens Control
Ultra Compact Camera Body
AC 24V/DC 12V Power Supply
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) ON/OFF, Max. 34dB
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
4
Notes:
TK-WD310U Rear
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2004-2005
1. The WDR function will not operate with AGC or slow shutter mode engaged.
2. The video pictures can become noisy in high extremes of temperature (over 95˚F/35˚C), when also the
operation of the slow shutter function may become problematic.
3. In very dark conditions the image quality may suffer slight deterioration.
4. Under fluorescent lighting, the color balance may vary slightly.
5. Fluctuations in the AC mains frequency can cause beat noise, when the camera is in Line-Lock mode.
6. All manufacturer utilizing this technology will experience similar phenomenon.
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TK-C205U
535 TVL
Custom
Product
1/4" Fixed Dome Camera
Refer to P.31
Vandal
IP66
Resistant
Pendant Mount
Wall Mount
Glossary
Recessed Housing
For inquiries regarding options, please contact: JVC Professional Products Company
1700 Valley Road Wayne, NJ 07470, U.S.A. TEL: (973) 317-5000
Technical
Information
Options for TK-C205 Series
System
Information
1/4" High Resolution IT CCD with 380,000 Effective Pixels
Outdoor-ready Vandal Resistant Structure (Complies with IP66)
Simple to Install with Built-in Ceiling Mechanism
535 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution
Super LoLuxTM Sensitivity: 1.0 lux F1.2 AGC ON (Typical)
S/N Ratio 50dB (AGC OFF)
Revolutionary Integrated 10bit DSP
All Normal Adjustments Accessible on Face of Camera with Front Cover Removed
Built-in Variable Focal Length Auto Iris Lens (f = 2.6 – 6.0 mm)
Monitor Video Output (RCA) for Easy Camera Setup
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) ON/OFF, Max.26dB
Auto Tracking White Balance (ATW) and Manual: 2,300˚K to 10,000˚K
Backlight Compensation ON/OFF
Sync Systems INT/Line Lock
AC 24V/DC 12V Power Supply
Optional Heater Allowing You to Use in Various Weather Conditions Coming Soon
IP Camera
535 TVL
Refer to P.31
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Video Output: Balanced Video (Built-in TP Module) 1.2 V (p-p), 100 ohms, ± 10 %
TK-C205VPU
Storage
TK-C205TPU
Color Camera
Easy to Install with Market Standard Electrical Box Compatibility
1/4" High Resolution IT CCD with 380,000 Effective Pixels
535 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution
Super LoLuxTM Sensitivity: 2.4 lux F1.2 (Smoked Cover), 0.9 lux F1.2 (Optional Clear Cover)
S/N Ratio 50dB (AGC OFF)
Revolutionary Integrated 10bit DSP
Built-in Variable Focal Length Auto Iris Lens (f = 2.6 – 6.0 mm)
Monitor Video Output (RCA) for Easy Camera Setup
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) ON/OFF, Max. 26dB
Auto Tracking White Balance (ATW) and Manual: 2,300˚K to 10,000˚K
Backlight Compensation ON/OFF
Sync Systems INT/Line Lock
AC 24V/DC 12V Power Supply
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1/4" Fixed Dome Camera
Index
CMTK-C205VP
PMTK-C205
WMTK-C205
(TK-C205VPU only)
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5
Color Camera Specifications
Line-up Chart
Color Camera
Storage
Plasma Display
& Monitor
IP Camera
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
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TK-C920U(A)
TK-C750U
TK-C720TPU
Image Device
1/3" Interline-Transfer CCD
1/3" Interline-Transfer CCD
1/3" Interline-Transfer CCD
Number of Effective Pixels
380,000 (768 H x 494 V)
250,000 (510 H x 492 V)
380,000 (768 H x 494 V)
Video Processing
Built-in DSP (10 bits)
Built-in DSP (9 bits)
Built-in DSP (9 bits)
Pick-up Area
4.8 mm (H) x 3.6 mm (V)
4.8 mm (H) x 3.6 mm (V)
4.8 mm (H) x 3.6 mm (V)
Sync System
Internal, Line Lock
Internal, Line Lock
Internal, Line Lock
Scanning System
2:1 Interlaced, 525 Lines
2:1 Interlaced, 525 Lines
2:1 Interlaced, 525 Lines
Scanning Frequency
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
Video Output
Composite Video Signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Composite Video Signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Unshield Twisted-Pair Video Output (100Ω)
Y/C Output
—
—
—
Video S/N Ratio
50 dB (AGC OFF)
50 dB (AGC OFF)
50 dB (AGC OFF)
Horizontal Resolution
535 TV Lines
330 TV Lines
470 TV Lines
Minimum Illumination (typical)
1.5 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 50%)
0.7 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 25%)
1.0 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 50%)
0.48 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 25%)
0.55 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 50%)
0.28 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 25%)
3.0 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 50%)
1.5 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 25%)
< in B&W Mode >
<
>
Communication
—
—
—
Iris Control
Video Iris/DC Iris
DC Iris
Video Iris/DC Iris
White Balance
< ATW Color Temp. Range >
ATW/Manual
< 2,300˚K to 10,000˚K >
ATW/Manual (One Push Adjustable)
< 2,300˚K to 10,000˚K >
ATW/Manual (One Push Adjustable)
< 2,900˚K to 8,000˚K >
Wide Dynamic Range Function
—
—
—
Backlight Compensation
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
AES
ON/OFF
(1/60 –1/100,000 sec.)
ON/OFF
(1/60 –1/100,000 sec.)
ON/OFF
(1/60 –1/100,000 sec.)
Lens Mount
C/CS
C/CS
C/CS
Power Supply
AC 24 V (60 Hz), DC 12 V
(UL Listed)
AC 24 V (60 Hz)
(UL Listed)
AC 24 V (60Hz), DC 12 V
(UL Listed)
Power Consumption
4.7 W
3.3 W
4.3 W
Operating Temperature Range
< recommended >
14˚F to 122˚F (–10˚C to 50˚C)
< 32˚F to 104˚F (0˚C to 40˚C) >
14˚F to 122˚F (–10˚C to 50˚C)
< 32˚F to 104˚F (0˚C to 40˚C) >
14˚F to 122˚F (–10˚C to 50˚C)
< 32˚F to 104˚F (0˚C to 40˚C) >
Dimensions (W x H x D)
2 x 2-5/16 x 5 inches
(50 x 57.5 x 126 mm)
2 x 2-5/16 x 5 inches
(50 x 57.5 x 126 mm)
2 x 2-5/16 x 5 inches
(50 x 57.5 x 126 mm)
Weight
0.82 lbs. (370 g)
0.75 lbs. (340g)
0.8 lbs. (360g)
Accessories
—
—
—
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380,000 (768 H x 494 V)
380,000 (768 H x 494 V)
380,000 (720 H x 540 V)
Video Processing
Built-in DSP (10 bits)
Built-in DSP (10 bits)
Built-in DSP (14 bits)
Pick-up Area
4.8 mm (H) x 3.6 mm (V)
4.8 mm (H) x 3.6 mm (V)
5.04 mm (H) x 3.78 mm (V)
Sync System
Internal, Line Lock, Full Genlock
Internal, Line Lock, Full Genlock
Internal, Line Lock
Scanning System
2:1 Interlaced, 525 Lines
2:1 Interlaced, 525 Lines
2:1 Interlaced, 525 Lines
Scanning Frequency
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
Video Output
Composite Video Signal
: 1.0V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Composite Video Signal
: 1.0V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Composite Video Signal
: 1.0V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Y/C Output
Y/C Video Signal (4-pin)
Y: 0.714V (p-p), 75 ohms
C: 0.286V (p-p), 75 ohms
Y/C Video signal (4-pin)
Y: 0.714V (p-p), 75 ohms
C: 0.286V (p-p), 75 ohms
—
Video S/N Ratio
50 dB (AGC OFF)
50 dB (AGC OFF)
50 dB (AGC OFF)
Horizontal Resolution
480 TV Lines
480 TV Lines
480 TV Lines
Minimum Illumination (typical)
0.8 lux (F1.2, AGC 20dB, 50%)
0.4 lux (F1.2, AGC 20dB, 25%)
0.02 lux (F1.2, AGC 20dB, 50%)
0.01 lux (F1.2, AGC 20dB, 25%)
0.4 lux (F1.2, AGC 20dB, 25%)
0.25 lux (F1.2, Super AGC, 25%)
0.0125 lux (F1.2, AGC 20dB, 32x Slow
Shutter, 25%)
1.9 lux (F1.2, AGC High, 50%)
0.9 lux (F1.2, AGC High, 25%)
< in B&W Mode >
<
>
Iris Control
Video Iris/DC Iris
Video Iris/DC Iris
Video Iris/DC Iris
White Balance
< ATW Color Temp. Range >
ATW/AWB/Manual
< 2,500˚K to 8,000˚K >
ATW/AWB/Manual
< 2,500˚K to 8,000˚K >
ATW/AWB/Manual
< 2,500˚K to 10,000˚K >
Wide Dynamic Range Function
ExDR (by Dual Shutters)
ExDR (by Dual Shutters)
WDR (by Multi Sampling)
Backlight Compensation
Yes (Areas are selectable)
Yes (Areas are selectable)
—
AES
Select from Menu
(1/60 –1/10,000 sec.)
Select from Menu
(1/60 –1/10,000 sec.)
—
Lens Mount
C/CS
C/CS
CS
Power Supply
AC 24 V (60 Hz), DC 12 V
(UL Listed)
AC 24 V (60 Hz), DC 12 V
(UL Listed)
AC 24 V (60 Hz), DC 12V
(UL Listed)
Power Consumption
6.0 W
5.2 W
5.7 W
Operating Temperature Range
< recommended >
14˚F to 122˚F (–10˚C to 50˚C)
< 32˚F to 104˚F (0˚C to 40˚C) >
14˚F to 122˚F (–10˚C to 50˚C)
< 32˚F to 104˚F (0˚C to 40˚C ) >
14˚F to 122˚F (–10˚C to 50˚C)
< 32˚F to 95˚F (0˚C to 35˚C ) >
Dimensions (W x H x D)
2-13/16 x 2-1/2 x 5-7/8 inches
(70 x 63 x 149 mm)
2-13/16 x 2-1/2 x 5-7/8 inches
(70 x 63 x 149 mm)
2 x 2-5/16 x 4-1/4 inches
(50 x 57.5 x 107 mm)
Weight
1.5 lbs. (640 g)
1.4 lbs. (600 g)
0.8 lbs. (330 g)
Accessories
4P plug x 1
Ferrite core x 1
4P plug x 1
Ferrite core x 1
Ferrite core x 1
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Index
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Glossary
RS-422A or RS-485 (Switchable)
9,600 bit/sec.
Technical
Information
RS-422A or RS-485 (Switchable)
9,600 bit/sec.
System
Information
Communication
IP Camera
Number of Effective Pixels
Plasma Display
& Monitor
1/3" WDR Digital Image Device
Storage
TK-WD310U
1/3" Interline-Transfer CCD
Color Camera
TK-C1480U
1/3" Interline-Transfer CCD
Line-up Chart
TK-C1460U
Image Device
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Line-up Chart
Color Camera
Storage
Plasma Display
& Monitor
IP Camera
TK-C205U
TK-C205VPU
Image Device
1/4" Interline-Transfer CCD
1/4" Interline-Transfer CCD
Number of Effective Pixels
380,000 (768H x 494V)
380,000 (768H x 494V)
Video Processing
Built-in DSP (10 bits)
Built-in DSP (10 bits)
Pick-up Area
3.6 mm (H) x 2.7 mm (V)
3.6 mm (H) x 2.7 mm (V)
Sync System
Internal, Line Lock
Internal, Line Lock
Scanning System
2:1 Interlaced, 525 Lines
2:1 Interlaced, 525 Lines
Scanning Frequency
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
Video Output
Composite Video Signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Composite Video Signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms
Video S/N Ratio
50 dB (AGC OFF)
50 dB (AGC OFF)
Horizontal Resolution
535 TV Lines
535 TV Lines
Minimum Illumination (typical)
4.8 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 50%)
2.4 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 25%)
0.9 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 25%, with Optional Clear Dome Cover)
1.8 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 50%)
1.0 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 25%)
White Balance
< ATW Color Temp. Range >
ATW/Manual
< 2,300˚K to 10,000˚K >
ATW/Manual
< 2,300˚K to 10,000˚K >
Backlight Compensation
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Focal Length
< Angle of Vision >
2.6 mm to 6 mm
< 82˚ (H) x 59˚ (V) to 35˚ (H) x 26˚ (V) >
2.6 mm to 6 mm
< 82˚ (H) x 59˚ (V) to 35˚ (H) x 26˚ (V) >
Max. Aperture Ratio
F1.2 to F1.8
F1.2 to F1.8
Angle Adjustment Range
Horizontal: 120˚
Vertical: 130˚
Tilt: 30˚
Horizontal: 350˚
Vertical: 80˚
Tilt: 15˚
Power Supply
AC 24 V (50/60 Hz), DC 12 V
(UL Listed)
AC 24 V (50/60 Hz), DC 12 V
(UL Listed)
Power Consumption
4.3 W
4.2 W
Operating Temperature Range
<recommended>
14˚F to 122˚F (–10˚C to 50˚C)
< 32˚F to 104˚F (0˚C to 40˚C) >
14˚F to 122˚F (–10˚C to 50˚C)
< 32˚F to 104˚F (0˚C to 40˚C) >
Weather Resistance
—
IP66, NEMA4
Dimensions
ø 6-3/16 x 3-9/16 inches (H)
(ø 156 mm x 89 mm (H) )
ø 6-5/16 x 4-9/16 inches (H)
(ø 160 mm x 115.2 mm (H) )
Weight
1.3 lbs. (560 g)
2.9 lbs. (1.3 kg)
Accessories
—
Wrench x 1
Silica gel x 1
CAMERA
LENS
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
8
GENERAL
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2004-2005
Color Camera
http://pro.jvc.com
Line-up Chart
PTZ Dome Camera
TK-C675BU
Color Camera
Preset Sequence (Auto Patrol) Mode
Area Title
16x Zoom Lens 4.5 to 72mm
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) ON/OFF, Max. 20dB
180 Degree Auto Flip
64 Preset Positions
360 Degree Endless Panning
Maximum 240 Degree/Sec. Panning Speed,120 Degree/Sec. Tilting Speed
Variable Panning/Tilting Speed
One-Touch Auto Focus Capability
RS-422A/RS-485 Remote Control
Built-in Menu
Can be Controlled from VR-609U and VR-616U
Storage
Free Software is also available for Camera Control.
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Camera Menu Content, including AGC Level, IRIS
Level, Scene Memory Setting/Call, Color Level, BLC
Area can be set via PC.
For inquiries regarding Control Software, please access
the following URL and select your country of residence.
IP Camera
http://www
http
www.jvc-victor
jvc-victor.co
co.jp/english/
jp/english/
company/
compan
y/contact
contacts/
s/hqpage_a2.htm
hqpage_a2.htm
Options for TK-C675BU
Wall Mount
WB-S572U
WB-S573U
Technical
Information
WB-S571U
Ceiling Bracket
System
Information
Pendant Mount
Remote Control Unit
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2004-2005
Index
Dome Camera Preset Position and Menu Setting for TK-C675BU
PTZ Dome Camera Control
Auto Panning
Built-in 8-ch Sequential Switcher Function
Auto Patrol Mode
Auto Alarm Operation
Multi Alarm Inputs/Outputs
8 Video Inputs/Outputs with Auto Termination
Area Title
Operation Lock Function
Interface: RS-485 for Camera and RS-232C for External Unit
Glossary
RM-P2580U
9
Color Camera Specifications
Line-up Chart
TK-C675BU
CAMERA
RM-P2580U
Applicable Camera
TK-C675BU
Number of Connected Cameras
(Max.)
8
Cable Length (Max.)
1.2km
Control Terminals
4P Push Terminals (RS-485)
Number of DATA l/O Terminals
(Max.)
16
Number of Alarm
Inputs/Outputs (Max.)
16
Number of
Unit Alarm Outputs
1 Line (Open-Collector)
1.9 lux (F1.2, AGC 20dB, 50%, Wide End)
0.95 lux (F1.2, AGC 20dB, 25%, Wide End)
Number of Auto Outputs
1 Line (Open-Collector)
White Balance
< ATW Color Temp. Range >
ATW/Manual
< 2,800˚K to 8,000˚K >
Number of CAM SW Circuits
1
Backlight Compensation
4 Patterns
Dimensions (W x H x D)
11-13/16 x 2-7/8 x 8 inches
(300 x 75 x 203 mm)
Image Device
Number of Effective Pixels
Color Camera
Sync System
Video Output
Video S/N Ratio
Storage
Horizontal Resolution
Minimum Illumination (typical)
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Camera ID
1/3" Interline-Transfer CCD
380,000 (771H x 492V)
Internal, Line Lock
Composite Video Signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms
48 dB
480 TV Lines
16 Characters
VIDEO LINES
LENS
IP Camera
Zoom Ratio
Iris Range
Zooming Speed
System
Information
Focus Speed
Number of Inputs
8 (BNC) / 8 Through Output (BNC)
Level
Composite Video Signal
: 1V (p-p), 75 ohms
Number of Outputs
2 (BNC)
Power Supply
AC 100 –120V
(UL Listed)
Power Consumption
3W
Operating Temperature Range
< recommended >
14˚F to 122˚F (–10˚C to 50˚C)
< 32˚F to 104˚F ( 0˚C to 40˚C) >
Weight
3.3 lbs. (1.5 kg)
16x, 4.5 to 72 mm
F1.2 to F170
Approx. 2 sec. (max.)
Approx. 1 sec. (max.)
MOVING MECHANISM
Technical
Information
Panning
360 Degree Endless Rotation
Tilting
0 to 90 Degree
Panning Speed
240 Degree/sec. (preset),
80, 60, 40, 20, 12, 6, 4, and 2 Degree/sec.
Tilting Speed
120 Degree/sec. (preset),
60, 40, 30, 20, 10, 6, 2, and 1 Degree/sec.
GENERAL
Glossary
Index
10
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Remote Control Input
RS-422A or RS-485 (Non-Isolated)
Power Supply
AC 24 V, (50/60Hz)
(UL Listed)
Power Consumption
1.4 A (at AC 24 V)
Operating Temperature Range
< recommended >
14F˚to 122˚F (–10˚C to 50˚C)
< 32˚F to 104˚F (0˚C to 40˚C) >
Dimensions
ø 6-1/8 x 7-5/16 inches (H)
(ø 154 mm x 185 mm(H) )
Weight
4.4 lbs. (2.0 kg)
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2004-2005
Storage
http://pro.jvc.com
Refer to P.28
VR-609U/VR-616U
System
Information
Photo: VR-616U
Storage
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Front Cover Open
Color Camera
IP Camera
Built-in 240GB Hard Disk
High Resolution Recording of 60 fps
Wavelet Compression
Triplex Working Enables Live, Recording and Playback All at the Same Time
9-ch (VR-609U)/16-ch (VR-616U) Real-time Monitoring with Multi-Screen Display
Spot Monitor Output
Digital Audio Recording and Playback
PC Viewing Software Bundled
Remote Surveillance via Network (Built-in Web Server/Bundled Software)
Email Event Notification
Convenient Manual Search with Jog & Shuttle
Various Search Function
Image Sequence Function
Covert Channel Function
Automatic Check and Recovery Function
On Screen Display (Time/Date/Camera ID/Recording Information)
Various Images Backup Function
Auto Diagnostic Function
Digital Zoom Function
Timer Recording Function
Pre/Post Alarm Recording Function
Motion Detection (Area/Sensing Speed Adjustable)
JVC’s PTZ Dome Camera Control
Multiple Languages (English / French/Spanish)
IR Remote Control Unit (Standard Option)
Authentication Function Coming Soon
PTZ and DVR Remote Control Unit Coming Soon
Line-up Chart
Digital Video Recorder
System
Information
VR-609U Rear
Technical
Information
VR-616U Rear
Glossary
Recording Time List
VR-609U
VR-616U
Field Rate
Quality 6F/1S 5F/1S 4F/1S 3F/1S 2F/1S 1F/1S 1F/2S 1F/3S 1F/4S 1F/5S 1F/6S 1F/8S 1F/9S
Field Rate
Quality 3F/1S 2F/1S 1F/1S 1F/2S 1F/3S 1F/4S 1F/5S 1F/6S 1F/8S 1F/16S
Record Condition HDD: 240 Gbytes, Audio Sampling Rate: None
Record Condition HDD: 240 Gbytes, Audio Sampling Rate: None
27
33
41
55
83
166
332
499
665
832
998
1331
1497
7
31
46
93
187
280
374
468
561
748
1497
6
36
44
55
73
110
221
443
665
887
1109
1331
1775
1997
6
41
62
124
249
374
499
624
748
998
1997
5
46
55
69
92
138
277
554
832
1109
1386
1664
2219
2496
5
52
78
156
312
468
624
780
936
1248
2496
4
55
66
83
110
166
332
665
998
1331
1664
1997
2662
2995
4
62
93
187
374
561
748
936
1123
1497
2995
3
64
77
97
129
194
388
776
1165
1553
1941
2330
3106
3495
3
72
109
218
436
655
873
1092
1310
1747
3495
2
73
88
110
147
221
443
887
1331
1775
2219
2662
3550
3994
2
83
124
249
499
748
998
1248
1497
1997
3994
1
92
110
138
184
277
554
1109
1664
2219
2773
3328
4438
4993
1
104
156
312
624
936
1248
1560
1872
2496
4993
(Unit : Hour)
Index
7
(Unit : Hour)
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2004-2005
11
Storage
http://pro.jvc.com
Line-up Chart
40H High Density VCR
SR-L911US
Color Camera
Up to 40 Hours Continuous Video/Audio Recording/Playback Capability
Shuttle Ring Operation
One-Touch Time Search/Alarm Search Function
Alarm Mode Automatic Selection During Timer Recording
Key Lock Function
Aluminum Diecast Mechanism for Long-Lasting Reliability
Optional RS-232C Interface
Series Recording
FDP Counter Display/Hour Meter (on Screen)
Alarm/Sensor Recording
Timer Recording
Automatic Recording Check Mode
Field Recording/Playback
Storage
Plasma Display
& Monitor
IP Camera
SR-L911US Rear
168H High Density VCR
SR-9168US
System
Information
Up to 168 Hours of High Density Recording
6 Hour Realtime Recording
Shuttle Ring Operation
One-Touch Time Search/Alarm Search Function
Alarm Mode Automatic Selection During Timer Recording
Key Lock Function
Aluminum Diecast Mechanism for Long-lasting Reliability
Easy to Maintain with Solderless Drum
Optional RS-232C Interface
Series Recording
FDP Counter Display/Hour Meter (on Screen)
Alarm/Sensor Recording
Timer Recording
Automatic Recording Check Mode
Field Recording/Playback
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
SR-9168US Rear
12
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2004-2005
Storage
http://pro.jvc.com
SR-9080U
Color Camera
Storage
Up to 960 Hours of High Density Recording
Realtime/Timelapse Recording
Audio Recording in 2H, 6H, L12, L18 and L24 Recording Modes
High Resolution Recording of more than 300 TV Lines
Aluminum Diecast Mechanism for Long-Lasting Reliability
Optional RS-232C Interface
Series Recording
Timer Recording
Tape Position Search
Time/Date Search
Automatic Recording Check Mode
Field Recording/Playback
Sensor (Event) Recording
Line-up Chart
960H High Density VCR
Plasma Display
& Monitor
IP Camera
SR-9080U Rear
960H High Density & High Resolution VCR
SR-9090U
System
Information
Technical
Information
Up to 960 Hours of High Density & Timelapse Recording
High Resolution Color Recording of more than 400 TV Lines with VHS Tape
Composite and Y/C Signal Input/Output
Aluminum Diecast Mechanism for Long-Lasting Reliability
Optional RS-232C Interface
Series Recording
Timer Recording
Alarm Recording
Tape Position Search
Time/Date Search
Automatic Recording Check Mode
Field Recording/Playback
Sensor (Event) Recording
Glossary
Index
SR-9090U Rear
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2004-2005
13
Storage Specifications
Line-up Chart
VR-609U
http://pro.jvc.com
VR-616U
VIDEO
Input
9-ch (BNC)
16-ch (BNC)
1-ch (RCA)
1-ch (RCA)
Speed
60 fps
Split Screen
< Add User Defined >
1, 4, 6, 7, 9
< PIP >
Color Camera
Power Requirement
AC 120 V (50/60 Hz), UL Listed
Power Consumption
16 W (4 W in Stand-by Mode)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
14-3/16 x 3-3/4 x 11-3/8 inches
(360 x 94 x 288 mm)
60 fps
Weight
11.0 Ibs. (5.0 kg)
1, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 16
< 10, 13, PIP >
Operating Temperature
< Storage >
41˚F to 104˚F (5˚C to 40˚C)
< –4˚F to 140˚F (–20˚C to 60˚C) >
Tape Speed
11.12 mm/sec. (8H), 3.71 mm/sec. (24H),
2.22 mm/sec. (40H)
Recording and Playback
Time
8 Hour Realtime
24, 40 Hour mode
(High Density: Field Recording/Playback)
(with T-160 Cassette Tape)
AUDIO
Input / Output
DISPLAY
RECORDING
Storage
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Speed
60 fps (max.), 30 fps/1-ch
60 fps (max.), 30 fps/1-ch
Resolution
720 x 240
720 x 240
Compression Method
WAVELET
WAVELET
Image Quality
Selectable 7 Steps
Selectable 7 Steps
Mode
Motion Detection, Sensor,
Schedule
Motion Detection, Sensor,
Schedule
Display
1, 4, 9
1, 4, 9, 16
Search Mode
Date, Time, Channel, Event
VIDEO
Signal Input
0.5 to 2.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms,
Unbalanced (BNC)
Signal Output
1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms,
Unbalanced (BNC)
Date, Time, Channel, Event
Horizontal Resolution
Color Mode: More than 230 TV Lines
(8 Hour Realtime)
Monitor x 2, Spot x 1,
VGA x 1, S-Video x 1
Monitor x 2, Spot x 1,
VGA x 1, S-Video x 1
S/N Ratio
More than 43 dB (8 Hour Realtime)
Sensor Input
9 Points
16 Points
Relay Output
4 Points
4 Points
Pan / Tilt / Zoom
9-ch
16-ch
PLAYBACK
MONITOR
Output
IP Camera
AUDIO
CONTROL
System
Information
NETWORK
Number of Tracks
1
Line Input
–8 dBs, 50 kohms, Unbalanced (RCA)
Mic Input
–67 dBs, 600 ohms, Unbalanced
Line Output
–8 dBs, 1 kohm, Unbalanced (RCA)
Frequency Response
100 Hz to 5 kHz (8 Hour Realtime)
More than 40 dB
(8 Hour Realtime)
Transmission Speed
Real-Time
Real-Time
Remote View
Via Web Browser
Bundled Software
Via Web Browser
Bundled Software
S / N Ratio
Protocol
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TIME / DATE GENERATOR
Technical
Information
OTHERS
Display
Month, Day, Year, Hours, Minutes,
Seconds, Recording Mode
Watch Dog
Self-Recover
Self-Recover
O/S
Embedded Linux
Embedded Linux
Display Position
4 positions
Power Requirement
AC 120 V (50/60 Hz), UL Listed
AC 120 V (50/60 Hz), UL Listed
Character Size
16 H
Power Backup
Approx. Five Years
HDD
240 GB
240 GB
Removable Rack
1 pcs
1 pcs
USB (1.0)
2 Ports
2 Ports
IEEE 1394
1 Port
1 Port
LAN (RJ-45)
10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
BUILT-IN DEVICE
Glossary
INPUT / OUTPUT TERMINALS
Alarm Input
Input-Ground Contact
Camera SW Output
Negative Pulse Output (Approx. 5 ms)
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Index
SA-K97U: RS-232C Interface
RM-G30U: Remote Control Unit
GENERAL
Operating Temperature 41˚F to 104 ˚F (5˚C to 40 ˚C)
41˚F to 104 ˚F (5˚C to 40 ˚C)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 17-1/16 x 3-1/2 x 17-3/4 inches
(432 x 88 x 431 mm)
17-1/16 x 3-1/2 x 17-3/4 inches
(432 x 88 x 431 mm)
19.8 lbs. (9.0 kg)
19.8 lbs. (9.0 kg)
Weight
14
SR-L911US
GENERAL
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2004-2005
Storage Specifications
http://pro.jvc.com
Power Requirement
AC 120 V (50/60 Hz), UL Listed
AC 120 V (50/60 Hz), UL Listed
AC 120 V (50/60 Hz), UL Listed
Power Consumption
16 W (5 W in Stand-by Mode)
19 W (6 W in Stand-by Mode)
19 W (5 W in Stand-by Mode)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
14-3/16 x 3-3/4 x 11-3/8 inches
(360 x 94 x 288 mm)
14-3/16 x 4-9/16 x 12-7/8 inches
(360 x 115 x 327 mm)
14-3/16 x 4-9/16 x 14-5/8 inches
(360 x 115 x 370 mm)
Weight
11.0 lbs. (5.0 kg)
12.1 Ibs. (5.5 kg)
12.1 Ibs. (5.5 kg)
Operating Temperature
< Storage >
41˚F to 104˚F (5˚C to 40˚C )
< –4˚F to 140˚F (–20˚C to 60˚C) >
41˚F to 104˚F (5˚C to 40˚C )
< –4˚F to 140˚F (–20˚C to 60˚C) >
41˚F to 104˚F (5˚C to 40˚C)
< –4˚F to 140˚F (20˚C to 60˚C) >
Tape Speed
11.12 mm/sec., EP Mode
33.35 mm/sec. (2H Mode)
33.35 mm/sec. (2H Mode),
11.12 mm/sec. (6H Mode)
Recording and Playback
Time
6 Hours (EP Mode)
(High Density Mode: Field Recording)
6, L18, L30, 48, 72, 96, 120, 168, 240 Hours
(with T-120 Cassette Tape)
8, L24, L40, 64, 96, 128, 160, 224, 320 Hours
(with T-160 Cassette Tape)
2H/6H/L12/L18/L24/24/48/72/120/
168/240/480/960 Hours
(with T-120 Cassette Tape)
2 (SP Mode)/6 (EP Mode) Hours
24/48/72/120/168/240/480/960 Hours
(Timelapse Recording Mode)
24/48/72/120/168/240/480/960 Hours
(High Density Recording Mode)
(with T-120 Cassette Tape)
Signal Input
0.5 to 2.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms,
Unbalanced (BNC)
1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms,
Unbalanced (BNC)
Line: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms, Unbalanced (BNC)
Y/C: Y: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms, Unbalanced (S-Video)
C: 0.286 V (p-p), 75 ohms, Unbalanced
Signal Output
1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms,
Unbalanced (BNC)
1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms,
Unbalanced (BNC)
Line: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms, Unbalanced (BNC)
Y/C: Y: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms, Unbalanced (S-Video)
C: 0.286 V (p-p), 75 ohms, Unbalanced
Horizontal Resolution
Color Mode: More than 230 TV Lines
(6H Mode)
More than 300 TV Lines (2H Mode)
More than 400 TV Lines (2H Mode)
(with an HG Tape)
S / N Ratio
More than 43 dB (6H Mode)
More than 43 dB (2H Mode)
More than 43 dB (2H Mode)
(with an HG Tape)
Number of Tracks
1
1
1
Line Input
–8 dBs, 50 kohms, Unbalanced (RCA)
–8 dBs, 50 kohms, Unbalanced (RCA)
–8 dBs, 50 kohms, Unbalanced (RCA)
Mic Input
–67 dBs, 600 ohms, Unbalanced
–67 dB, 600 ohms, Unbalanced
–67 dB, 600 ohms, Unbalanced
Line Output
–8 dBs, 1 kohm, Unbalanced (RCA)
–8 dBs, 1 kohm, Unbalanced (RCA)
–8 dBs, 1 kohm, Unbalanced (RCA)
Frequency Response
100 Hz to 5 kHz (6H Mode)
100 Hz to 10 kHz (2H Mode)
100 Hz to 10 kHz (2H Mode)
S/N Ratio
More than 40 dB
(6H Mode)
More than 40 dB
(2H Mode at 4% Distortion Level)
More than 40 dB
(2H Mode at 4% Distortion Level)
Display
Month, Day, Year, Hours, Minutes,
Seconds, Recording Mode
Month, Day, Year, Hours, Minutes,
Seconds, Recording Mode,
Alarm Input Data, Power Loss Time
Month, Day, Year, Hours, Minutes,
Seconds, Recording Mode,
Alarm Input Data, Power Loss Time
Display Position
4 Positions
—
—
Character Size
16 H
16 H
16 H
Power Backup
Approx. Five Years
Approx. Five Years
Approx. Five Years
Alarm Input
Input-Ground Contact
Input-Ground Contact
Input-Ground Contact
Camera SW Output
Negative Pulse Output (Approx. 5 ms)
Negative Pulse Output (Approx. 5 ms)
Negative Pulse Output (Approx. 5 ms)
SA-K97U: RS-232C Interface
RM-G30U: Remote Control Unit
SA-K97U: RS-232C Interface
RM-G30U: Remote Control Unit
SA-K97U: RS-232C Interface
RM-G30U: Remote Control Unit
Storage
SR-9090U
Color Camera
SR-9080U
Line-up Chart
SR-9168US
GENERAL
VIDEO
Plasma Display
& Monitor
IP Camera
AUDIO
System
Information
Technical
Information
TIME / DATE GENERATOR
Glossary
INPUT / OUTPUT TERMINALS
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2004-2005
Index
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
15
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Line-up Chart
GM-X50U
50"v
Color Camera
2000:1 Contrast Ratio
Bright Picture of 400cd/m2 (Set)
Original Gamma Control
UXGA Compatibility
Timer ON/OFF helping Eliminate Phosphor Bum-in
Integrated 2W x 2 Speakers
Removable Front Bezel for Customization
RS-232C Terminal and MAKE Remote for Professional Applications
Self-diagnostic Indicator
Storage
GD-V502U
50"v
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Superb Video Quality
3000:1 Contrast Ratio
16.77 Million Colors/256 Levels
Full HDTV Support: 720p, 1080i and 1080 24p/24pSF
Wall/Ceiling Mountable
Dual Display (Side-by-Side/Picture-in-Picture)
Digital Zoom (Multi-Display/Videowall)
Built-in Screensavers
RS-232C Interface
IP Camera
GM-V42UG/GM-V42UB
42"v
System
Information
Superb Video Quality
3000:1 Contrast Ratio
Super Bright Picture 400 cd/m2 (GM-V42UG)
16.77 Million Colors/256 Levels
Wide Viewing Angle (160 Degrees)
Wall/Ceiling Mountable
RS-232C Interface and MAKE Remote
S-VGA/XGA Compatible
Various Setup Capabilities
Cooling Fanless
EMC Class B Variation (GM-V42UB) (Color: Silver)
Technical
Information
GD-V422U
Glossary
Excellent Video Quality
4000:1 Contrast Ratio
1.07 Billion Colors
XGA Panel
Wall/Ceiling Mountable
Multi Picture-in-Picture Functions
2 x 2/3 x 3 Multi-Display Capability
Digital Zoom
RS-232C Interface
Index
16
42"v
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2004-2005
Plasma Display Specifications
http://pro.jvc.com
43-9/16 x 24-1/2 inches
(1,106 x 622 mm)
Aspect Ratio
16:9 (4:3/16:9 Selectable)
16:9 (4:3/16:9 Selectable)
Number of Pixels
1,366 (H) x 768 (V)
1,366 (H) x 768 (V)
Input
Composite Video x 2
(Bridged-out possible, Auto Termination x 1)
Y/C x 1, RGB x 2, Component x 1
Audio (2ch) x 3, Audio (1ch) x 1
Composite Video x 1
(Bridged-out possible, Auto Termination)
Y/C x 1, RGB x 2, Component x 1
Audio (2ch) x 2
Speaker Output
< Internal >
3 W + 3 W (6 ohms); Audio Output (2ch) x1
< 2 W + 2W >
8 W + 8 W (6 ohms)
—
Dimensions (W x H x D)
48-5/8 x 29-3/8 x 4-1/8 inches
(1,232 x 743 x 103 mm)
47-7/8 x 28-9/16 x 3-3/4 inches
(1,210 x 724 x 95 mm)
Weight
110.0 lbs. (50.0 kg)
97.0 lbs. (44.0 kg)
Power Requirement
AC 120V (50/60Hz), UL Listed
AC 100 –120V (50/60Hz), UL Listed
Power Consumption
480 W
Normal use: 445 ± 20 W
Stand-by Condition: Save OFF: 1.6 W, Save ON: 0.9 W
Power OFF: 0.2 W
GM-V42UG/GN-V42UB
GD-V422U
Screen Size (W) x (H)
36-3/4 x 21 inches
(933 x 533 mm)
36-3/4 x 21 inches (933 x 533 mm)
wide 42-inch (Diagonal)
Aspect Ratio
16:9 (4:3/16:9 Selectable)
16:9 (4:3/16:9 Selectable)
Number of Pixels
852 (H) x 480 (V)
852 (H) x 480 (V)
Input
Composite Video x 2
(Bridged-out possible, Auto Termination x 1)
Y/C x 1, RGB x 2, Component x 1
Audio (2ch) x 4
Composite Video x 1
(Bridged-out possible, Auto Termination)
Y/C x 1, RGB x 2, Component x 1
Audio (2ch) x 2
Speaker Output
< Internal >
3 W + 3 W (6 ohms)
<2W+2W>
8 W + 8 W (6 ohms)
—
Dimensions (W x H x D)
40-3/4 x 25-1/4 x 3-5/8 inches
(1,035 x 640 x 89 mm)
40-1/4 x 24 x 3-5/8 inches
(1,020 x 610 x 89 mm)
Weight
77.4 lbs. (35.1 kg)
66.1 lbs. (30.0 kg)
Power Requirement
AC 120 V (50/60Hz), UL Listed
AC 120 V (50/60 Hz), UL Listed
Power Consumption
290 W
335 W (0.9 W Stand-by with Save ON)
OTHER SPECIFICATIONS
Plasma Display
& Monitor
43-9/16 x 24-7/16 inches
(1,106 x 622 mm)
Storage
Screen Size (W) x (H)
Color Camera
GD-V502U
Line-up Chart
GM-X50U
PANEL
IP Camera
PANEL
System
Information
OTHER SPECIFICATIONS
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
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Monitor
Line-up Chart
TM-A101G
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9"v
TM-A13UCV/TM-A13SU
13"v
Color Camera
TM-A13SUCV Rear
Storage
TM-A101G Rear
TM-A13SU Rear
Plasma Display
& Monitor
320 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution
Two Composite Video Inputs
One Y/C Input (TM-A13SU)
Two Audio Inputs (TM-A13SU)
Comb Filter
NTSC/PAL Multi-Standard Compatibility
Tough, Lightweight Molded Cabinet
Built-in Speaker (TM-A13SU)
TM-A130SU
TM-H150CG
IP Camera
9"v Full-square CRT with more than 300 TV Lines of Horizontal
Resolution
16:9/4:3 Selectable Aspect Ratio
Space-Saving Cabinet Design Minimizes Depth and Height
On Screen Menu Adjustment
NTSC/PAL Multi-Standard Compatibility
AC 120V/230V Universal Power Supply, UL Listed/CE Declaration
Side-by-side 19" EIA Rack Mounting (Height 5U)
Built-in Speaker
Remote Aspect Ratio Select
Remote Input Select
13"v
14"v
System
Information
Technical
Information
TM-A130SU Rear
Glossary
320 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution
Comb Filter
Two Composite Video Inputs
One Y/C Input
Two Audio Inputs
NTSC/PAL Multi-Standard Compatibility
Built-in Speaker
Compact and Rugged Metal Cabinet
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TM-H150CG Rear
750 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution
Ultra Compact Cabinet (Height 7U)
Input Slot for Optional Component/SDI Card
(IF-C01COM/IF-C01SDG/IF-C51SD)
NTSC/PAL Multi-Standard Compatibility
AC 120V/230V Universal Power Supply
Underscan, Color Off, Blue Check Functions
Wired Remote Control (D-sub 15pin). The System Outputs MAKE or
TRIGGER PULSE.
UL Listed/CE Declaration
Monitor
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16"v 18"v
TM-A210G
20"v
Line-up Chart
TM-H1700G/TM-H1900G
Color Camera
450 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution
20"v Full-Square CRT with Vertical Stripe Phosphor
16:9/4:3 Selectable Aspect Ratio
NTSC/PAL Multi-Standard Compatibility
Setup Memory
Control Panel Lock-Out
Remote Aspect Ratio Select
Remote Input Select
Plasma Display
& Monitor
750 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution
16:9/4:3 Selectable Aspect Ratio
Underscan Supports Multiplexer Applications
On Screen Menu
NTSC/PAL Multi-Standard Compatibility
AC 120V/230V Universal Power Supply
EIA Rack Mountable (TM-H1700G: Height 8U, TM-H1900G: Height 9U)
Big Screen, Small Cabinet Design
Wired Remote Control
UL Listed/CE Declaration
TM-A210G Rear
Storage
TM-H1700G/
TM-H1900G Rear
IP Camera
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
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Monitor Specifications
Line-up Chart
Color Camera
Storage
Plasma Display
& Monitor
IP Camera
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
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TM-A101G
TM-A13UCV/TM-A13SU
CRT
9"v
Stripe Pitch of 0.50 mm
P-22 phosphor
13"v
Stripe Pitch of 0.64 mm
Horizontal Resolution
More than 300 TV Lines
More than 320 TV Lines
Input
Composite Video x 2
(Bridged-out possible, Auto Termination)
Audio (1 ch) x 2 (Bridged-out possible)
Composite Video x 2
(Bridged-out possible, Auto Termination)
Y/C x 1 (TM-A13SU only)
Audio (1 ch) x 2 (Bridged-out possible/TM-A13SU only)
Audio Speaker
—
8 cm Round, 1 W Output
8 cm Round, 1 W Output
(TM-A13SU Only)
Power Requirements
AC 120 V, UL Listed
AC 230 V, CE Declaration
AC 120 V, UL Listed
Dimensions (W x H x D)
8-3/4 x 8-3/4 x 12-1/2 inches
(222 x 220 x 316.3 mm)
14-1/2 x 12-1/4 x 14-11/16 inches
(368 x 310 x 371.5 mm)
Weight
15.0 lbs. (6.8 kg)
20.9 lbs. (9.5 kg)/ TM-A13UCV
21.0 lbs. (9.6 kg)/TM-A13SU
TM-A130SU
TM-H150CG
TM-H1700G
CRT
13"v
Stripe Pitch of 0.64 mm
14"v
Dot Pitch of 0.27 mm
16"v
Trio Dot Pitch of 0.27 mm
P-22 phosphor
Horizontal Resolution
More than 320 TV Lines
More than 750 TV Lines
More than 750 TV Lines
Input
Composite Video x 2
(Bridged-out possible, Auto Termination)
Y/C x 1
Audio (1 ch) x 2 (Bridged-out possible)
Composite video x 2
(Bridged-out possible, Auto Termination)
Y/C x 1 (Bridged-out possible)
Audio (1 ch) x 2 (Bridged-out possible)
Composite Video x 2
(Bridged-out possible, Auto Termination)
Y/C x 1 (Bridged-out possible)
Audio (1 ch) x 2 (Bridged-out possible)
Audio Speaker
8 cm Round, 1 W Output
8 cm Round, 1 W Output
8 cm Round, 1 W Output
Power Requirements
AC 120 V, UL Listed
AC 120 V, UL Listed
AC 230 V, CE Declaration
AC 120 V, UL Listed
AC 230 V, CE Declaration
Dimensions (W x H x D)
13-5/8 x 12-1/4 x 14-5/8 inches
(346 x 310 x 368.5 mm)
14-3/16 x 12-1/4 x 15-1/2 inches
(360 x 310 x 418 mm)
15-5/8 x 13-1/4 x 16-1/2 inches
(395 x 334 x 418 mm)
Weight
26.9 lbs. (12.2 kg)
35.2 lbs. (16.0 kg)
43.2 lbs. (19.6 kg)
TM-H1900G
TM-A210G
CRT
18"v
Trio Dot Pitch of 0.27 mm
P-22 phosphor
20"v In-line Guns,
Dot Pitch of 0.63 mm
Horizontal Resolution
More than 750 TV Lines
More than 450 TV Lines
Input
Composite Video x 2
(Bridged-out possible, Auto Termination)
Y/C x 1 (Bridged-out possible)
Audio (1 ch) x 2 (Bridged-out possible)
Composite Video x 2
(Bridged-out possible, Auto Termination)
Y/C x 1 (Bridged-out possible)
Audio (1 ch) x 2 (Bridged-out possible)
Audio Speaker
8 cm Round, 1 W Output
8 cm round, 1 W Output
Power Requirements
AC 120 V, UL Listed
AC 230 V, CE Declaration
AC 120 V, UL Listed
AC 230 V, CE Declaration
Dimensions (W x H x D)
17-3/8 x 14-7/8 x 19-5/8 inches
(440 x 375 x 496 mm)
18-3/4 x 16-1/8 x 19-3/8 inches
(476 x 407.5 x 492 mm)
Weight
55.2 lbs. (25.1 kg)
63.0 lbs. (28.1 kg)
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Refer to P.30
VN-C655U
IR ON/OFF
ExDR
Color Camera
Storage
1/4" High Resolution IT CCD with 380,000 Effective Pixels
25x Optical Zoom Lens and 10x Electronic Zoom
360 Degree Endless Rotation and 180 Degree Auto Flip
Up to 30fps Motion-JPEG in VGA Mode (640 x 480)
Composite Video Output for Test
Access Protection
10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX Interface
Extended Dynamic Range (ExDR)
Day and Night by Mechanical IR Cut Filter ON/OFF
Auto Patrol, Auto Panning, Auto Tour Function
Privacy Mask Function
Up to 100 Preset Positions
Alarm In/Out Function
Multi-Casting Capability
Web Page Serving (*)
Motion Detection Function (*)
Line-up Chart
PTZ IP Dome Camera
* Scheduled for Version Upgrade in March 2005
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Options for VN-C655U
IP Camera
• Pendant Mount
• Wall Mount
• Outdoor Housing
• Ceiling Bracket
• Ceiling Recessed Housing
1/3" Fixed IP Camera
VN-C11U
System
Information
Technical
Information
1/3" High Resolution IT CCD with 380,000 Effective Pixels
Versatile Monitoring and Camera Control Capability
Switchable MPEG4/JPEG
Up to 640 x 480 Resolution Output
Composite Video Output for Test
Multi-Casting Capability
Pre/Post Alarm Recording
Motion Detection Function
10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX Interface
Support NAT/IP Masquerade
Web Page Serving
Monitor Out
Alarm In/Out Function
Glossary
Index
VN-C11U Rear
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PTZ IP Camera
VN-C30U
Color Camera
1/4" High Resolution IT CCD with 380,000 Effective Pixels
Multi-Casting Capability
DHCP Support
Support NAT/IP Masquerade
Built-in Web Server
Switchable MPEG1/JPEG
15x Optical Zoom Lens
10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX Interface For Direct Ethernet Connection
Versatile Monitoring and Camera Control Capability
Built-in Multi-Angle Pan/Tilt Capability
Alarm In/Out Function
Storage
Plasma Display
& Monitor
IP Camera
Network Encoder
VN-A1U
System
Information
Direct Connection with Analog Camera to Digital Network
JPEG Compression
Multi-Casting Capability
Built-in Web Server
Pre/Post Alarm Recording
Motion Detection
Exclusive Camera Controller/Viewer Software
External Device Control via RS-422/RS-232C
10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX Interface
FTP Client Function
User Created Web Page Storage (FTP Server Function)
NAT/IP Masquerade
AC 24 V, DC 12 V Power Supply
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
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VN-C11U
1/3" Interline-Transfer CCD
Image Sensor
380,000 (768H x 494V)
Wide Dynamic Range
400x (Max.)
Minimum Illumination+
< in B&W Mode >
2.0 lux (F1.6, AGC 20dB, 50%, Wide End)
0.6 lux (F1.6, AGC 20dB, 25%, Wide End)
0.07 lux (F1.6, AGC 20dB, 50%, Wide End,
32x Slow Shutter)
< 0.06 lux (F1.6, AGC 20dB, 50%, Wide End) >
Backlight Compensation
Yes (4 Areas are selectable)
Shutter Speed
Select from Menu (1/60, 1/100 –10,000 sec.)
White Balance
< ATW Temp. Range >
ATW/Manual
< 2,500˚K to 8,000˚K >
(typical)
LENS
Zoom Ratio
25x Optical (3.8 mm to 95 mm), 10x Electronic
Max. Aperture
F1.6 (WIDE) to F3.7 (TELE)
Auto Focus
Easy AF/One Push AF
Preset Positions
100 Positions
Panning
360 Degree Endless Rotation
Panning Speed
1 Degree/sec. to 300 Degree/sec.
Tilting
0 to 90 Degree
Tilting Speed
1 Degree/sec. to 180 Degree/sec
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP++, FTP++, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, NTP
Picture
Resolution (Pixel): 320 x 240, 640 x 480
Compression: JPEG
Frame Rate
30 fps (Max.) in 640 x 480 and 320 x 240
Internal Storage Capacity
8 MByte (RAM)
Data Transmission
Multicast/Unicast
Access Protection
3 Level Passwords
View Through
JVC Controller Software and VR-N100U with VDR View
Internal Clock Backup
Battery
Yes
GENERAL
C/CS
Iris Control
DC Iris
White Balance
Auto/Manual
Minimum Illumination
(typical)
1.0 lux (F1.2, AGC ON, 25%)
Interface
RJ-45 (Cat 5), 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Alarm I / O
Input x2, Output x1
Protocol
UDP/IP, TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP, DHCP
IGMP, ARP, RTP, RTSP
Picture
Resolution (Pixel): 160 x 120, 320 x 240, 640 x 480
Compression: JPEG/MPEG 4
Frame Rate (fps)*
160 x 120: JPEG: 30**, MPEG 4: 30
320 x 240: JPEG: 30**, MPEG 4: 24
640 x 480: JPEG: 8**, MPEG 4: —
Storage RAM
16MB
(8 MB for Pre/Post Alarm Recording)
Access Protection
3 Level Passwords
Motion Detection
Yes
Multi-Casting
Yes (JPEG only)
Web Server
Yes
Monitor Out
Yes (BNC connector, NTSC)
View Through
JVC Control Software/Web Browser*** and
VR-N100U with VDR View
Power Requirement
DC 12 V, AC 24 V, 1.2 A (Max.)
(UL Listed)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
2-4/5 x 2-5/9 x 5-3/4 inches
(71 x 64.5 x 146 mm)
Weight
1.2 lbs. (560 g)
Clear
Alarms I/O
Input x2, Output x2
SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
Power supply
AC 24 V (AC Adapter included)/DC 18 V
(UL Listed)
OS
Windows 2000 Server (SP1 or later)/
Pro (SP1 or later), Windows XP Pro/Home
Operating Temperature
–4˚F to 122˚F (–20˚C to 50˚C) with Optional Housing
CPU
PentiumIII 500MHz or higher
(1.0GHz or higher recomended)
Dimensions
ø 6 x 7-13/32 inches (ø 152 mm x 188 mm (H) )
4.9 lbs. (2.2 kg)
Memory
More than 128MB
Weight
Hard Disk Space
More than 20MB
Display / Video Card
More than 1,024 x 768 pixels,
True Color (24bit or 32bit)
SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
Windows 2000 Server (SP1 or later)/Pro (SP1 or later),
Windows XP Pro/Home
CPU
PentiumIII 500MHz or higher
(3.2GHz or higher recomended)
Memory
More than 128MB (More than 1GB recomended)
Hard Disk Space
More than 20MB
Display / Video Card
+ with Clear Cover
More than 1,024 x 768 pixels, True Color (24bit or 32bit)
* Frame rate varies depending on the operating environment.
** In the Multi-Casting mode. Frame rate may be reduced while in the UniCasting mode.
*** Web browser compatible with both Java script and frame display. Netscape
4.0 or later, or Internet Explorer 4.0 or later is required. Depending on which
version of Java VM (virtual machine) is installed, it may not be possible to view
moving images even with Internet Explorer version 4.0 or later.
Index
OS
Glossary
Outer Cover
Technical
Information
10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Protocol
Lens Mount
System
Information
Network Interfaces
50 dB
IP Camera
NETWORK
Video S/N Ratio
Plasma Display
& Monitor
MECHANISM
Number of Effective Pixels 380,000 (768H x 494V)
Storage
1/4" Interline-Transfer CCD
Number of Effective Pixels
Color Camera
Image Sensor
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VN-C655U
CAMERA
++ Scheduled for Version Upgrade in March 2005
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VN-C30U
VN-A1U
Color Camera
Storage
Image Sensor
1/4" Interline-Transfer CCD
Video Input
Composite Video Signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Number of Effective Pixels
380,000 (768H x 494V)
Video Output
Composite Video Signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms Auto Termination (BNC)
Built-in Lens
Zoom: Optical 15x
Focal Length (f): 4.1– 61.5 mm
Aperture Ratio (F): F1.4
Focus: Auto/Manual
Min. Object Distance: 0.8m
Interface
RJ-45 (Cat 5), 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Alarm I / O
Input x 2, Output x 1
Minimum Illumination
(typical)
2.5 lux (F1.4, AGC ON, 50%)
Protocol
UDP/IP, TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP, DHCP, IGMP, ARP
Interface
RJ-45 (Cat 5) 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Picture
Resolution (Pixels): 160 x 120, 320 x 240, 640 x 480
Compression: JPEG
Alarm I / O
Input x 2, Output x 1
Frame Rate (fps)*
160 x 120: 30
320 x 240: 15
640 x 480: 5
Protocol
UDP/IP, TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP
Serial Connectors
RS-422/485, RS-232C D-sub 9pin 2 ports
Internal Memory
2 MB SDRAM for Pre/Post Alarm Recording
160 x 120: MPEG1: 30, JPEG: 15
320 x 240: MPEG1: 30, JPEG: 10
640 x 480: MPEG1: ––, JPEG: 3
External Memory
Compact Flash Slot x 1 (Up to 512 MB)
Position Memory
10 positions
Motion Detection
Up to 300 Areas, Sensitivity Adjustable
Pan / Tilt Angle
Pan: +160 Degree — –160 Degree
Tilt: 0 Degree — –90 Degree
Multi-Casting
Yes
Pan / Tilt Speed
100 Degree/sec.
Web Server
Yes
View Through
JVC Control Software/Web Browser ++
and VR-N100U with VDR View
View Through
JVC Control Software/Web Browser**
and VR-N100U with VDR View
Power Requirement
DC 12 V, 2.0 A (Max.)
(UL Listed)
Power Requirement
DC 12 V, AC 24 V, 700 mA ± 70%
(UL Listed)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
4-1/8 x 6-1/2 x 4-1/8 inches
(105 x 166 x 105 mm)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
7.3 x 1.6 x 7.5 inches
(185 x 40 x 190 mm)
Weight
1.77 lbs. (800 g)
Weight
2.4 lbs. (1.1 kg)
Resolution (Pixels): 160 x 120, 320 x 240, 640 x 480
Compression: MPEG1, JPEG
Picture
Plasma Display
& Monitor
IP Camera
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
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Frame Rate
(fps)+
SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
OS
Windows 95, Windows 98/98SE, Windows NT
Server 4.0 (SP4 or later), Windows NT Workstation
4.0 (SP4 or later), Windows Me, Windows 2000
Server (SP1 or later)/Pro (SP1 or later), Windows
XP Pro/Home
OS
Windows 98/98SE, Windows NT Server 4.0 (SP5 or
later), Windows NT Workstation 4.0 (SP5 or later),
Windows Me, Windows 2000 Pro (SP1 or later),
Windows XP Pro/Home
CPU
PentiumIII 300MHz or higher
(500MHz or higher recomended)
CPU
PentiumIII 300MHz or higher
(500MHz or higher recomended)
Memory
More than 64MB (More than 128MB recomended)
Memory
More than 64MB (More than 128MB recomended)
Hard Disk Space
More than 20MB
Hard Disk Space
More than 20MB
Display / Video Card
More than 640 x 480 pixels, High Color (16bit),
(More than 1,024 x 768 pixels, True Color (32bit)
recommended)
Display / Video Card
More than 640 x 480 pixels, High Color (16bit),
(More than 1,024 x 768 pixels, True Color (32bit)
recommended)
+ Frame rate varies depending on the operating environment.
++ Web browser compatible with both Java script and frame display. Netscape 4.0 or
later, or Internet Explorer 4.0 or later is required. Depending on which version of Java
VM (virtual machine) is installed, it may not be possible to view moving images even
with Internet Explorer version 4.0 or later
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* Frame rate varies depending on the operating environment.
** Web browser compatible with both Java script and frame display. Netscape 4.0 or
later, or Internet Explorer 4.0 or later is required. Even with Internet Explorer version
4.0 or later, it may not be possible to view moving images depending on the version of
Java VM (virtual machine) installed.
IP Camera
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VN-S400U/VN-SV400U/VN-SE400U
Single Viewer VN-SV400U*:
This is a software program that enables single-screen display and recording through
the connection of VN-A1U and a CCTV external device.
* Downloadable from the following URL
http://pro.jvc.com
V.Networks Websight
SUPPORT
DOWNLOAD
VN-S400U
VN-SV400U
Fee charged for CD-ROM
Free download available via our network camera website
VN-C11U (Firmware Ver1.2 Over)
Yes
—
VN-C30U (Firmware Ver1.3 Over)*3
Yes
—
VN-A1U (Firmware Ver2.0 Over)
Yes
Yes (only 1)
VN-C3U
Yes
—
VN-C2U
Yes
—
VN-C1U
Yes
—
By PC Model
PC/AT Compatible
PC/AT Compatible
CPU
PentiumIII More than 1 GHz
PentiumIII More than 1 GHz
Memory
More than 256 MHz
More than 256 MHz
Available Hard Disk Space
More than 20 MB
More than 20 MB
Graphic Boad
Supported DirectX
Supported DirectX
Display and Video Card
More than 1,024 x 768 (recommended 1,280 x 1,024)
More than True Color 24bit
More than 1,024 x 768 (recommended 1,280 x 1,024)
More than True Color 24bit
LAN Card
100 BASE-TX
100 BASE-TX
Windows 2000 Server
—
—
Windows 2000 Professional
Yes (SP4)
Yes (SP4)
Windows XP Professional
Yes (SP1/1a)
Yes (SP1/1a)
Windows XP Home Edition
Yes (SP1/1a)
Yes (SP1/1a)
Windows Server 2003
—
—
Internet Explorer 6.0 (SP1)
Internet Explorer 6.0 (SP1)
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Specifications
Forms of Provision
Storage
External Device Controller Pack VN-SE400U*:
This is a plug-in software program that is compatible with VN-S400U/SV400U.
Compatible with TK-C675BU, TK-C1460U, 1480U and RM-P2580U.
Color Camera
Multi-Viewer VN-S400U:
Up to 256 VN-C30U/C11U/A1U devices can be registered and as many as 16 window
displays and recordings are possible (Display and recording change depending on
the operating environment).
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Viewer Software/Control Software
Compatible Models
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
Browser
IP Camera
Compatible OS
* 1) To browser or playback VN-S400U/SV400U MPEG 4 images, you must install either a DirectX8.1 or higher runtime package or ISO MPEG 4 Codec. It is also necessary to install
the Windows Media Format 7.1 runtime package and G.726 Codec. * 2) When used in the above-mentioned operating environments, it is possible for VN-S400U to simultaneously
display 16 screens, each with a screen size of 320 x 240 (compressibility: 2; frame-rate: 1). It should be noted, however, that these settings are only targets, and operation cannot be
guaranteed. * 3) VN-S400U is not compatible with VN-C30U JPEG multicast.
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Line-up Chart
Network Video Recorder
VR-N100U
Color Camera
Integrated Network Video Recorder and IP Camera Management
Easy Access to Live and Archived Video from Anywhere and Anytime
Records 16 Cameras at 30fps and High Resolution
One Click Network Camera Configuration Via DHCP
A Single Static IP Address can Support Thousands of IP Cameras
Manages the Camera’s Access to Network Preserving Scarce Bandwidth
Storage of 600GB or 1,320GB Available (4x HDDs in RAID-Set)
Control Via Dedicated Software, Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Browser
Interfaces with IT Industry Standard Hardware
Storage
Model Number
VR-N100U-600: 600GB Hard Disk Drive
VR-N100U-1320: 1,320GB Hard Disk Drive
Plasma Display
& Monitor
For inquiries regarding VR-N100U, please contact: JVC Professional Products Company
1700 Valley Road Wayne, NJ 07470, U.S.A. TEL: (973) 317-5000
System Configuration
VN-C655U
IP Camera
VN-C30U
Hub
Back Channel
for IP Camera
VN-C11U
PC
LAN or WAN
Front Channel
for Network Backbone
PC
System
Information
VN-A1U
PC
Up to 16 Cameras
Technical
Information
Specifications
VR-N100U
Hardware
Glossary
Index
26
VR-N100U
- 19” 1U Rack Mount Chassis
- X1 Server Motherboard with CPU/Fan/RAM/OS/APP
- LCD/LED Display
- 4x HDDs (RAID-set, 5 th HDD optional)
- A Single static IP address can support thousands of IP Cameras
- Dual 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX Network Interface Card
- SCSI for Upcoming RAID Expansion Rack
- PCI Slot for Upcoming Video Life Cycle Management Implementation
- Power Requirement: AC 120V, 0.5A
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 22-13/16 x 16-3/4 x 1-3/4 inches (579 x 425 x 44 mm)
- Weight: 25.0 lbs. (11.3 kg)
- Operating Temperature: 32˚F to 104˚F (0˚C to 40˚C)
< Storage >: < 4˚F to 140˚F (–20˚C to 60˚C) >
- UL60950-1, TÜV/GS, FCC Part 15 Subpart B Class A
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Software
16 Camera License
- Automatic Camera Discovery and Configuration
- Software RAID
- 24/7 Operation
- Simultaneous Real Time Recording at 30fps
- Video Motion Detection (Camera must Support)
- Pan/Tilt/Zoom (Camera must Support)
- Random Access Search
- Customized Setting for Each Camera
Enterprise Client Management Windows Software
- Unlimited License
- Unlimited Customized Software Multiplexer Switch
- Unlimited VR-N100U and Camera Support
System Information
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Refer to P.31
IP66
The Ready Pak housing meets the standard for IP66/ NEMA
protection. The assembly includes an integral sunshield and wall
mount. A heater is included to insure the camera is maintained at a
proper temperature.
Storage
The Ready Pak is available with a choice of 4 JVC cameras and a
choice of a 2.5-12mm or 5-50mm variable focal lens.
Color Camera
The JVC Ready Pak Series is a packaged surveillance system that
includes a JVC camera and lens assembled in an environmental
housing. The assembly is pre-wired, and adjusted to make
installation simple and quick saving your valuable time in the field.
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Ready Pak
If you need further information, please contact JVC for assistance.
Camera
Ready Pak Prefix
Ready Pak Suffix
Model Number
2.5–12 mm
-212
HMTK-C750-212
5–50 mm
-550
HMTK-C750-550
2.5–12 mm
-212
HMTK-C920-212
5– 50 mm
-550
HMTK-C920-550
2.5–12 mm
-212
HMTK-C1480-212
5– 50 mm
-550
HMTK-C1480-550
2.5–12 mm
-212
HMTK-C1460-212
5– 50 mm
-550
HMTK-C1460-550
HMTK-C750
TK-C750U
IP Camera
Auto Iris Vari-Focal
Plasma Display
& Monitor
For inquiries regarding Ready Pak, please contact: JVC Professional Products Company
1700 Valley Road Wayne, NJ 07470, U.S.A. TEL: (973) 317-5000
Selection Guide
Standard Resolution
TK-C920U(A)
High Resolution
TK-C1480U
ExDR
TK-C1460U
Glossary
HMTK-C1460
Technical
Information
HMTK-C1480
System
Information
HMTK-C920
Day/Night
Index
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Line-up Chart
VR-609U/VR-616U System Configuration
VR-609U
VGA
Monitor
9 Cameras
Color Camera
Color Camera
Fixed Dome Camera
Color Camera
PTZ Dome Camera
Color Camera
VR-616U
VGA
Monitor
Sensor
16 Cameras
Sensor
Fixed Dome Camera
These figures are general examples of the surveillance application.
Analog
Monitor
Alarm In/Out
Alarm In/Out
Analog
Monitor
Fixed Dome Camera
Color Camera
Fixed Dome Camera
Color Camera
Fixed Dome Camera
Color Camera
Analog
Monitor
Analog
Monitor
Buzzer
Buzzer
Network
PTZ Dome Camera
Network
Color Camera
VR-609U
Storage
Fixed Dome Camera
Color Camera
Color Camera
PTZ Dome Camera
Color Camera
PTZ Dome Camera
Color Camera
PTZ Dome Camera
Color Camera
PTZ Dome Camera
VR-616U
PC
Color Camera
CD-R/RW
PC
CD-R/RW
PC
PC
IEEE1394 HDD UNIT
Plasma Display
& Monitor
VR-609U/VR-616U Monitoring Images
Possible to customize the layout of the display from several patterns.
IP Camera
VR-609U
VR-616U
Default Setting: Switching with DISPLAY Button
Default Setting: Switching with DISPLAY Button
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
4
3
5
6
7
1
2
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4
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2
3
4
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6
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8
9
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2
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12
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16
System
Information
2
5
Technical
Information
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3
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4
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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3
4
6
7
2
3
4
2
2
2
1
3
1
Glossary
4
5
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7
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9
3
1
6
4
5
1
7
1
9
10
2
3
6
2
4
5
6
7
1
8
9
4
6
2
10
3
4
5
1
3
6
2
3
4
5
1
6
7
10
11
6
7
8
9
12
13
8
9
Index
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4
5
6
7
8
9
4
5
6
7
2
3
4
5
10
1
2
3
4
1
Playback
VR-616U
2
2
3
2
VR-609U
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Live
1
8
Switching with DISPLAY Button
1
Playback
2
1
1
Switching with DISPLAY Button
Live
7
6
USER Setting: Switching with USER and DISPLAY Buttons
1
5
5
3
1
6
2
4
4
1
1
3
4
3
2
1
1
USER Setting: Switching with USER and DISPLAY Buttons
28
IEEE1394 HDD UNIT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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*2
TK-C675BU Series Controller
*1
LAN or WAN
Hub or Router
Color Camera
VN-A1U
Hub or Router
TK-C675BU
PC
*1
LAN or WAN
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Hub or Router
Storage
*2
TK-C1460U/TK-C1480U Series Controller
VN-A1U
Line-up Chart
Viewer Software and Control Software System Configuration
Hub or Router
TK-C1460U
TK-C1480U
PC
IP Camera
*2
RM-P2580U Controller
RM-P2580U
VN-A1U
Hub or Router
System
Information
*1
LAN or WAN
Hub or Router
PC
Video Signal
Control Signal
Network
*1
Viewer Software (VN-S400U or VN-SV400U) necessary for VN-A1U and CCTV device systems.
*2 One of the plug-in Control Software (VN-SE400U) images.
Technical
Information
TK-C675BU
(8 Cameras)
Glossary
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Line-up Chart
1 Selection by Horizontal Resolution
Horizontal
Resolution
(TV Lines)
240
330
400
VHS
Standard
Mode
Excellent
TV Broadcast
Reception
S-VHS
Color Camera
TK-C750U
470
480
535
TK-C720TPU
TK-C1460U
TK-C1480U
TK-WD310U
TK-C205U
TK-C205VPU
TK-C920U(A)
2 Wide Dynamic Range Function
ExDR WDR
Storage
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Extended Dynamic Range (ExDR)
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
Under adverse backlighting conditions,conventional security cameras can
not make clear images. In this case, images in dark areas become almost
black as pitch and images in bright areas become almost white. JVC's new
digital signal processor (DSP) circuit, which enables the realization of a Wide
Dynamic Range Function, solves these problems. By capturing clear images
through the use of a low-speed shutter in dark areas and a high-speed
shutter in bright areas and then combining these two images, a uniformly
easy-to-view image can be achieved.
JVC's all featuring a Wide Dynamic
Range Function by multi sampling
method. TK-WD310U automatically
adjust luminance by pixel with 14bit
digital processing as well as implement
5 Level multi sampling, in order to
realize an accurate color reproduction.
CCD
Processing:
IP Camera
1 Frame
1 Frame
Dark Areas
Bright Areas
Shooting at
1/120 sec.
Shooting at
1/120 sec. to
1/200,000 sec.
Dark
S5
S4
S3
S2
S1
Bright
T1 T2 T3 T4 T5
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
Additional Signal
Processing Via the DSP
Output image
1 Frame
System
Information
Five Stages
Multi Sample Image
Selection Guide for JVC Line-up
Morning
Day Light
High Contrast
Technical
Information
Evening
Night Time
AGC Mode
AGC Mode
Slow Shutter
(Intermittent Picture)
AGC Mode
IR Cut Filter OFF
Black and White Mode
Auto Tracking White Balance
ExDR
TK-C1480U
Auto Iris
Normal Mode
ExDR Mode
Color
ExDR
TK-C1460U
Auto Iris
Normal Mode
ExDR Mode
Black and White
Color
Glossary
WDR
TK-WD310U
Auto Iris
Normal Mode
Need to change the setting of camera
Color
Advantage for Each Model
Summary
Application Example
ExDR
TK-C1480U
• 0.3 lux Super LoLux™ 25% F1.2
• 0.03 lux under Slow Shutter
• S/N 50dB
• ExDR Image Output
• Menu/RS422A/RS485 Interface
Ideal for
• Casinos
• Traffic
• Town Center
ExDR
TK-C1460U
• 0.3 lux Super LoLux™ 25% F1.2
• 0.03 lux under Slow Shutter
• S/N 50dB
• ExDR Image Output
• Menu/RS422A/RS485 Interface
• Day/Night Function (IR)
Ideal for
WDR
TK-WD310U
• 14bit High Speed Digital Process
• Realize High Speed WDR with 5
Level Multi Sampling Each Pixel
• WDR Image Output
• Ultra Compact Body
Ideal for
Advantage
Index
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AGC Mode
LoLux™ Mode
WDR Mode
Real Time Response
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2004-2005
Morning
Day Light
Evening
Morning Day Light Evening Night Time
High Contrast
• Banks
• Retail Shops
• Prison
• Bank ATM
• Train (Platform)
• Entrance
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4 Easy Day/ Night Function
IR ON/OFF
TK-C920U(A) uses color mode when the subject is bright,and black and
white mode when it is dark.
(In this mode, AGC is always active regardless of the setting)
Morning
Day Light High Contrast Evening
Night Time
Spectral-sensitivity Characteristics of The CCD Built into TK-C1460U
Sensitivity
1.0
New CCD
New CCD + IR Cut Filter
Conventional CCD
0.5
Easy Day/Night
OFF
Auto Tracking White Balance (ATW)
Auto Iris
Normal Mode
AGC Mode
AGC Mode
Color Camera
IR Cut Filter makes it possible to capture both color, black and white
images with just one camera. This is done by turning the filter to "ON"
when shooting in sunlight during the day for color images and turning it to
"OFF" at night for black and white images. Therefore continuous twentyfour-hour surveillance is possible thanks to this function.
* Noise will briefly occur on the screen when switching to the IR Cut Filter.
Easy D/N
Line-up Chart
3 IR Cut Filter ON/OFF Function
Color
500
600
700
Visible Light Range (Color Images)
800
900
Easy Day/Night
ON
1,000
Far-red Range (Black and White Images)
Wavelength (nm)
International
Black and White
Mode AGC
3.5dB or more
Black and White
Degrees of protection provided
by electrical machinery and apparatus enclosures
IP66
Degrees of Protection Against Water
Second
Characteristic
Numeral
Degree of protection (Definition)
3
No protection
Protected against vertically falling water drops
Protected against vertically falling water drops
when the enclosure is tilted up to 15 degrees
Protected against spraying water
4
5
Protected against splashing water
Protected against water jets
6
Protected against powerful water jets
7
Protected against the effects of temporary
immersion in water
Protected against the effects of continuous
immersion in water
—
Vertically falling water drops shall have no harmful effects
Vertically falling water drops shall have no harmful effects when the enclosure is tilted
at any angle up to 15 degrees
Water sprayed vertically toward either side of the enclosure at an angle of up to 60
degrees shall have no harmful effects
Water splashed against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effects
Water projected from a nozzle in jets against the enclosure from any direction shall
have no harmful effects
Water projected from a nozzle in powerful water jets against the enclosure from any
direction shall have no harmful effects
Temporary immersion of the enclosure in water under standardized conditions of
pressure and time shall have no harmful effects
Continuous immersion of the enclosure in water under conditions that shall be agreed
upon between the manufacturer and user but which are more severe than those for
numeral 7 shall have no harmful effects
0
1
2
8
System
Information
Degrees of Protection Against Solid Foreign Objects
First
Characteristic
Numeral
Degree of protection (Summary)
Degree of protection (Definition)
—
The object probe, a sphere with a 50mm diameter, shall not fully penetrate
5
No protection
Protected against solid foreign objects of 50mm
diameter and greater
Protected against solid foreign objects of 12.5mm
diameter and greater
Protected against solid foreign objects of 2.5mm
diameter and greater
Protected against solid foreign objects of 1.0mm
diameter and greater
Dust protected
6
Dust tight
0
1
2
4
The object probe, a sphere with a 12.5mm diameter, shall not fully penetrate
The object probe, a sphere of 2.5mm diameter, shall not penetrate at all
The object probe, a sphere of 1.0mm diameter, shall not penetrate at all
Penetration of dust is not totally prevented, but dust shall not penetrate in a quantity to
interfere with satisfactory operation of the apparatus or to impair safety
No penetration of dust
Technical
Information
3
IP Camera
Degree of protection (Summary)
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Protection
AGC Mode
Color
5 Dust and Water Control Functions (IP Code)
IP-
Color Signal
OFF
Auto Iris
Normal Mode
Storage
0.0
400
* Information regarding close proximity with dangerous places has been omitted. * The full diameter of the solid probe shall not pass through the external opening.
Vandal
Resistant
Iron Pole
Weight 8 lbs (3.6kg), Diameter 2" (5cm)
Bubble Impact Test of TK-C205VPU
Results
Weight: 3.6 kg
Height: 6 feet
Weight 1.5 Times More Weight Twice Times
Weight: 5.4 kg
Weight: 7.2 kg
Height: 6 feet
Height: 6 feet
OK
OK
OK
Index
Height 6 feet (1.83m)
Glossary
6 Vandal Resistant
After performing this standard test the dome cover did not sustain any
cracking. The test was repeated with twice the initial test weight and again
there was no evidence of cracking.
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Line-up Chart
7 The Relationship between Focal Length and Field of Vision
1/2"
1/3 "
Lens Focal Length
Lens Focal
Length (mm)
Simplified Chart
Horizontal Angle Vertical Angle
of The Captured of The Captured
Image (degree)
Image (degree)
81˚
67˚
56˚
44˚
30˚
23˚
5.3˚
3.7˚
Lens Focal
Length (mm)
3.6 2.8
66˚
53˚
44˚
33˚
23˚
17˚
4˚
2.7˚
2.8
4
4.8
6
8
12
16
4
66˚
48˚
41˚
33˚
25˚
17˚
13˚
IP Camera
f=
5
mm
12
f=
m
6m
1
f=
4
3
2
8
f = 48 mm
f = 100 mm
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2.8
mm
m
6
m
m
4 .8
f=
7
f=
8
mm
8
4m
Width of The Object (W)
f=
6
6m
m
4 .8
f=
7
mm
3.6
mm
9
8
0
81˚
62˚
53˚
44˚
33˚
23˚
17˚
(m) 10
9
Width of The Object (W)
Plasma Display
& Monitor
6
(m) 10
Horizontal Angle Vertical Angle
of The Captured of The Captured
Image (degree)
Image (degree)
f=
Storage
3.6
4.8
6
8
12
16
69
100
f=
Color Camera
Simplified Chart
f=
5
6m
f=
4
m
m
8m
m
2m
f = 1 mm
f = 16
3
2
f = 48 mm
1
0
10
(m)
Distance Between
The Object and The Video Camera (L)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
(m)
Distance Between
The Object and The Video Camera (L)
12
9
6
f=
5
4 .8
m
f=
m
m
6m
f=
4
Technical
Information
3
2
m
2m
f=1
mm
f = 16
f = 48 mm
f = 100 mm
1
0
60
m
8m
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
7
6
4
f=
5
.8
mm = 4
f
3
2
0
mm
m
6m
f=
m
8m
=
f
mm
2
f=1
m
f = 16 m
4
f = 48 mm
1
10
(m)
Distance Between
The Object and The Video Camera (L)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
(m)
Distance Between
The Object and The Video Camera (L)
80
Glossary
• This shooting is an image that was taken with a distance of 10 meters between the camera and the object.
Rule
W
H
Index
L
W= X xL
f
H = Y xL
f
3
(H = 4 W)
• The image range of the monitor (width, height and angle) is 10% less than that of the actual data.
• Due to the distortion that occurs with a wide-angle lens, the actual angle of taken image will be
wider than the calculated value.
32
8
2.8
mm
f=
3.6
7
f=
mm
8
Height of The Object (H)
(m) 10
9
Height of The Object (H)
System
Information
(m) 10
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Parameter Chart
CCD Size
1/2"
1/3"
1/4"
X
6.4
4.8
3.6
Y
4.8
3.6
2.7
W = Width of the captured image (m)
H = Height of the captured image (m)
f = Focal length of the lens being used (mm)
L = Distance between the camera and the object (m)
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8 Information about Network Construction
IP Address
File Size
What is a private (local) IP address?
JPEG Recorded File Size Calculation for 1 camera
Private IP address is an IP address that can be used freely as a LAN network
address without being connected to the Internet.
JPEG Data Size per image (approximate data)
Resolution
Global IP address is an IP address that is assigned to a device connected to
the Internet. This address is indispensable for carrying out transmissions via
the Internet.
"192.168.0.2" is the IP address set in the initial settings for JVC’s V.Networks.
Example:
160 x 120
320 x 240
340 x 480
640 x 480 (Fine Mode)
Compression Rate (kB)
1
2
3
9
6
4
22
15
10
59
37
24
65
41
27
4
3
9
19
21
5
3
8
17
19
6
3
7
16
18
7
2
6
15
17
Example:
Local IP Address Range
Global IP Address Range
192.168.0.254
192.168.0.1
Gateway
192.168.0.2
Gateway
Switching
Hub
Camera Setting: Resolution 320 x 240, Compression Rate 2, Frame Rate 2
frame/s
Q: What is the file size for 1 day recording ?
A: 15(kB) x 2(frame/s) x 86,400(sec) = 259,200(kB) = 2.59(GB)
Q: How many days is the recording possible with 40GB Hard Disk ?
A: 40(GB) ÷ 2.59(GB) = 15.444 = 15(days)
Storage
Internet
Color Camera
What is a global IP address?
Maximum Recorded File Size
192.168.0.3
192.168.0.4
The maximum recorded file size vary depending on the application and
Windows file system.
The frame rate (or bit rate), which refers to the number of images that can be
transmitted by V.Networks within a second, is decided according to the
specifications of V.Networks. Within the range of specification approximately
10 users can simultaneously access V.Networks. However, when a large
number of users simultaneously access V.Networks, there may be a decline
in the frame rate or image quality.
Unicast transmission
Since unicast involves one-to-one transmission between two terminals (e.g.
between a camera and a monitoring PC), it is necessary for the bandwidths
to be equivalent to the number of terminals when identical information is to
be acquired by several terminals.
Windows File System
VN-S400U
No Limitation
FAT32
4GB
NTFS
2TB
For long recording, it is recommended to use VN-S400U and NTFS file
system.
The VN-S400U and VN-SV400U possess a function that allows them to
automatically separate recording files every hour on the software side.
For example, if you record for three days straight, 72 recording files will
automatically be created. (24 hours/day x 3 days = 72)
JPEG Network Traffic
IP Camera
Unicast and Multicast
Application Software
Standard Controller
2GB
Plasma Display
& Monitor
Maximum Recorded File Size (JPEG)
Simultaneous Access by Multiple Users
Data Size per Image x Frame Rate x 8(bit/Byte) x 1.2(overhead)
= JPEG Network Traffic
Example:
Request for Image
Image Data Transmission
Multicast transmission
Switching Hub
Technical Information for Software Developers
The following technical information are available for integrating
V.Networks cameras into customers own application software or system.
API: UDP data and other communication specifications that include the
structure of control data, structure of JPEG data and some examples of
sequence until JPEG data is acquired. Compatible with VN-C30U,
VN-A1U and VN-C11U.
OCX: Windows component wrapping the V.Networks API (ActiveX
Control) that include UDP data, socket, communication layer, JPEG
decode and display. Compatible with VN-C30U, VN-A1U and VN-C11U.
Alarms
In order to receive these JVC confidential technical information, please
contact local JVC sales office and enter into the license and non-disclosure
agreements. These information are supplied on royalty free basis.
Index
V.Networks has two inputs and one output alarm terminals (Except VNC655U: Input x 2 / Output x 2). Either a less voltage a-contact or c-contact
output-type alarm input sensor should be employed. Since alarm output is
NPN open collector output, NPN open collector output must be converted to
less-voltage a-contact output when using a general sequencer. In addition, it
is important to note that the GND must be connected to a control device. In
the event that the control device has no GND, the V.Networks GND should be
connected to the COM terminal. When distributing an alarm to several multiviewers (VN-S400U) with a single camera, it is possible to register up to 5
distribution addresses for VN-C30U and up to 10 for VN-C11U.
RTP/RTSP: The method for transmission and reception of MPEG4
streaming. The RTSP is used to control the stream (start and stop), and
the RTP is used to transmit/receive the data. Compatible with VN-C11U.
Glossary
CGI: Program to be downloaded by Web Browser that returns the result
processed in Web server. Compatible with VN-C30U, VN-A1U and
VN-C11U.
Image Data Transmission
Technical
Information
Since multicast is used to transmit a single packet to multiple terminals, the
data transmission volume decreases regardless of the number of terminals.
Multicast requires a compatible network device.
* Remote surveillance via the Internet cannot be carried out with a multicast
system.
* Multicast systems require an optimum network design.
Q: What is the network traffic if the camera setting is Resolution 320 x 240,
Compression Rate 2 and Frame Rate 5fps ?
A: 15(kB) x 5(fps) x 8(bit/Byte) x 1.2 = 720(kbps)
System
Information
Switching Hub
Local JVC sales office :
http://www.jvc-victor.co.jp/english/company/contacts/hqpage_a2.htm
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Glossary
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A
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Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
Using a circuit built into the camera, gain control makes it possible to automatically maintain a
constant output signal level even if there are changes in brightness. This makes it possible to
obtain a picture with the same level of brightness regardless of whether it is taken in a dark or
bright place. (Noise may slightly stand out) When a strong signal exceeding the set level is
input, signal saturation is prevented by controlling gain. In the event that a weak signal is
input, the signal is raised to correspond with the set level and this fixed level is maintained.
which it is possible to perform the reproduction of images without clipping even when more
light comes in than the amount stated above. In general, this is expressed in dB, % and times.
E
This is a function used to increase sensitivity by lengthening image device storage time
beyond the norm or adding image signals to image memory via frames or field units.
Electronic Zoom
Application Program Interface (API)
This is a function that employs the scanning variable of an image device or image memory
rather than an optic lens to electronically enlarge or shrink the image on the screen.
Color Camera
This refers to the instruction and function sets that can be utilized when developing software
as well as the established rule set for the program procedures that are necessary for
employing these instruction and function sets.
Ethernet
This is the LAN standard devised by Xerox Corporation, DEC Corporation (currently a branch
of Compaq Computer Corporation) and Intel Corporation, and has been standardized by the
IEEE802.3. CSMA / CD has been adopted for data transmission over networks.
Automatic Electronic Shutter (AES)
This is a function that automatically controls the device output level according to the incident
light amount by utilizing the electronic shutter function of a solid-state image device.
F
Auto Negotiation
Storage
Frame Rate
This rate is established by V.Networks and refers to the number of frames transmitted per
second for JPEG and MPEG 4 images. The maximum frame rate is fixed for each image size
depending on the specifications of the respective V.Networks models.
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
This is one of the communications protocols used when exchanging files over the Internet.
FTP is employed as the standard Internet file transfer method. Selecting FTP can often save
time when downloading.
Auto White Balance (AWB)
Plasma Display
& Monitor
When using CCD or film, pictures often come out reddish or greenish (orangish or bluish) in
color when taken under incandescent or fluorescent light. AWB makes it possible to adjust
white color balance under a wide variety of light sources. Automatic Tracking (Tracing) White
Balance (ATW), Automatic White Balance (AWB), Automatic White Balance Control (AWC),
Manual Mode and other features are available.
FTP Client Function
This is a V.Networks (VN-C30U / A1U / C11U) function that makes it possible to periodically
(range of values: 0 to 86,400 seconds) upload images (JPEG still images only) to any FTP
server.
*It is necessary to equip VN-A1U with a Compact Flash card (sold separately).
Backlight Compensation (BLC)
With backlight scene, the auto iris function responds to the bright portion of the screen, thus
causing the iris to narrow and resulting in the "darkening of the subject" phenomenon.
Backlight Compensation is a function that can be utilized to correct this phenomenon.
C
FTP Server Function
This refers to the V.Networks (VN-C30U / A1U / C11U) user page storage function. By utilizing
any FTP client software program, HTML or JPEG image signals independently created by the
user can be uploaded to VN-C30U / A1U / C11U.
*It is necessary to equip VN-A1U with a Compact Flash card (sold separately).
Category 5
IP Camera
This refers to the quality assurance of connection parts such as unshielded twisted pair (UTP)
cables and connectors. With LAN, category 3 is primarily utilized. For 100 BASE-TX, category
5 and above are used, and category 5e and above are required for 1,000 BASE-T.
Full Duplex
This is a transmission method by which it is possible to send and receive data simultaneously.
Charge Coupled Device (CCD)
F Number
A Charge Coupled Device is a semiconductor device that converts images to electrical
signals.
This is a number that represents lens brightness; the smaller the number, the brighter the lens.
The relationship between brightness (F Number), focal length (fl) and effective diameter (D) is
described by the following equation: F = fl/D.
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
System
Information
Refers to a system of cameras and video accessory devices over a internal cabling path.
Differs from broadcast video.
G
This is the standard for memory cards advocated by San Disk Corporation, and is utilized as a
storage device for digital cameras etc. Compact Flash combines flash memory that does not
go off even when the power is turned off and an I / O controller circuit on just one card.
H
Half Duplex
Technical
Information
Common Intermediate Format (CIF)
This is a transmission method by which data cannot be sent and received simultaneously, but
rather can only be transmitted in one direction at a time.
This is the universal video signal format regulated by ITU-T H.261. CIF supports moving images
with a data rate of up to 30 frames per second and a resolution of 352 x 288 pixels.
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
CSMA/CD
This is a protocol used by World Wide Web (WWW) servers and Web browsers for sending
and receiving information such as files.
This is an access control method utilized for Ethernet transmissions. When collisions occur
due to multiple terminals attempting to simultaneously make transmissions, the transmissions
are stopped and then resumed after an appropriate amount of time has passed.
D
Genlock
This is a type of external sync system with a function that synchronizes external sync signals
with frequency and phase. There are three types of genlock input signals: composite sync
signals (composite SYNC), composite video signals (VBS or VS) and Black Burst Signals (BBS).
Compact Flash (CF)
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 1394 (IEEE1394)
This is a next-generation, high-speed SCSI standard used to connect computers with
peripherals and other devices. Both daisy-chain connections of up to 63 devices and tree
connections are made possible by this protocol. The transfer speeds of 100Mbps, 200Mbps
and 400Mbps have been standardized.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
Glossary
This protocol is employed to automatically allocate IP addresses to clients when they turn on
their PCs and then retrieve these addresses from them when they switch off their computers.
On the server side, it is only necessary to collectively prepare several DHCP-client-use IP
addresses. It is also possible to simultaneously provide clients with information such as
gateway addresses, domain names and subnet masks.
Domain Name System (DNS)
This system is used to replace IP addresses, which are expressed on the Internet with
numerals (e.g. 255.254.253.0), with domain names that are easy to remember. On the Internet,
there are servers referred to as DNS servers that have IP address and domain name tables.
By connecting to DNS servers, users can access the server that possesses the IP address via
the domain name.
I
Iris
The iris controls the amount of light taken in by the lens when changes in illumination occur.
A manual iris lens is used when luminance is fixed, and an auto iris lens is used in cases
when luminance changes according to the time of day.
J
Java Applet
This is a small program that is distributed from a WWW server to a Web browser (client) and
then executed by the Web browser. It is used for the purpose of adding movement to the
screen. When viewing the image of VN-C30U / C11U / A1U on Internet Explorer or Netscape,
this program is utilized to display moving images.
Index
Digital Signal Processor (DSP)
Joint Photographic Coding Experts Group (JPEG)
This processor converts the input analog signal to a digital signal and then performs a variety
of signal processing tasks. Thus, unlike analog processing, it is possible to produce stable
and clear images without signal degradation within the circuit.
This is a standard established by ITU-TS (International Telecommunication Union: formerly
known as CCITT) and ISO (International Organization for Standardization) that decides the
compression and expansion of color still images. This technology makes it possible to
compress still images from a scale of 1/10 to 1/100. Although one of the disadvantages of this
is that both compression and distribution are time consuming, compressibility can be
modified; this means that by altering the degree of deterioration in image quality during
compression it becomes possible to choose from among image quality, file size and
processing time.
Dynamic Range
This refers to the range within which the reproduction of images can be performed without
adversely affecting gradation. The amount of light necessary for the luminance signal to reach
the white peak at 100IRE (100%) is defined as 1, and this is the ratio of the amount of light with
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Firewall
This is a software system that is used to prevent unauthorized entry into an organization's
computer network from the outside. It also refers to computers with built-in firewall systems.
Auto negotiation is regulated by IEEE802.3u. This function can be used to determine the
appropriate transmission system for the corresponding device (HUB etc.) as well as select the
optimum (highest possible speed) transmission method prior to transmission. When the
corresponding device supports two or more of the transmission systems as well as the Auto
Negotiation function, the high-priority items (fast transmission speed etc.) are given
precedence. In the event that the corresponding device does not support the Auto
Negotiation function, the transmission speed is automatically selected, but the automatic
selection of full-duplex / half-duplex is not performed and half-duplex is always chosen.
B
Electronic Sensitivity Up
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Glossary
Local Area Network (LAN)
networks (WAN / LAN) and effectively utilize scarce IP address resources. This is also
referred to as IP masquerade or NAPT.
This refers to the connection of multiple computers or peripherals over a network within a
confined area such as the same building, site or organization. Correspondingly, a computer
network that goes beyond buildings or sites to connect LAN between remote locations is
referred to as a Wide Area Network (WAN).
Port Number
This is the upper layer process of an IP that accepts information from the lower layer. TCP
and UDP network protocols are identifiers used to differentiate between programs.
Lens Mount
Protocol
This term refers to the rules of transmission. Protocol provides a definition of the procedures
that should be followed when sending and receiving data.
Q
Line Lock
With QCIF, the resolution of CIF is reduced in similar proportion by half and the resolution
becomes 176 x 144 pixels. The number of pixels is one-fourth that of CIF and this format
supports moving images at a data rate of up to 30 frames per second.
This is a function that synchronizes the camera's vertical synchronizing signal with the
frequency of the commercial power supply. The function can be used to reduce hum noise
induction to the video signal and illumination flicker. If the image output of several cameras is
switched, vertical synchronization disturbance, which occurs on the screen, can be
prevented.
Quality Level
This is used for V.Networks' JPEG images to determine to what extent the original image
should be compressed. There are settings for either seven levels or three levels (high,
medium and low). Quality level is closely related to image quality and the lower the degree of
compression, the higher the image quality; however, this also causes the volume of data in the
image file to increase. The default setting is either "2" or "Medium".
Media Access Control (MAC) Address
This refers to the unique address allotted to all devices connected to LAN, and is represented
as a 16base, 12digit, 48bit (6byte) address. The high 3bytes are assigned by the device's
vendor ID and the low 3bytes are assigned by a unique number from the vendor.
R
Minimum Illumination
This is referred to as a RAID disk array and is a means by which multiple hard disks can be
combined to be utilized like a single disk and reliability and processing speed can be
increased. Although there are seven different types of RAID ranging from RAID 0 to RAID 6,
only RAID 0, 1, 5 and combinations of these types are actually used.
Resolution
Resolution is the scale used to express the degree to which a screen is clear or blurred. Both
horizontal resolution and vertical resolution are indicated using actual numbers and are also
employed as scales for representing camera performance. In fact, horizontal resolution is
generally utilized to compare performance. It can be said that the higher the number, the
better the performance of the camera. Ordinarily, a televised TV broadcast with fairly good
horizontal resolution has a resolution of around 330 TV Lines.
Motion Detection
This is a function that alerts you with an alarm when there is motion in the image.
Motion-JPEG
Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP)
This is a transmission protocol used for streaming playback of sound or images. In UDP-type
protocols, for which packet-loss countermeasures, transmission time guarantees, etc. are not
implemented, effective bandwidth and delay time are usually sent to the server via RTCP. The
server adjusts the quality of the data to be sent via RTP according to the transmission status
information it has received and then sends the data.
S
This is a phenomenon in which vertical streaks appear above and below brightly lit spot lights
or objects in images with especially high luminance. When an excessive amount of light
enters a solid-state image device, an unnecessary electric charge occurs in the vertical
transfer section, thereby causing this phenomenon.
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
This is a protocol used to form a network management system on a TCP / IP network. There is
a manager and an agent; the manager inquires about network management information and
the agent responds to these inquiries. The manager function is performed by an exclusive
SNMP manager software program and the agent function is carried out by
telecommunications equipment such as a router or Switching-HUB.
Multicast
This is a method that makes it possible to simultaneously transmit the same data to several
specified computers.
Network Address Port Translation (NAPT)
T
This is a standard Internet protocol that is comprised of a protocol that specifies a
communications software program (application) and then establishes a data transmission
channel (TCP), and a protocol related to communication pathways (IP).
This technology makes it possible to mutually convert private and global IP addresses as well
as transparently access these addresses. NAT functions are incorporated in a router.
NTP is a time information protocol that is used as a standard on the Internet. SNTP is a
simplified version of NTP.
This is utilized as an OSI reference model transport layer protocol. Although UDP has low
reliability due to the fact that it has no retransmission control mechanism, it has a high
transmission speed.
OLE Control Extension (OCX)
OCX is a software component based on OLE2.0. Although the correct term is OLE control, the
filename extension is "OCX", and therefore it is primarily referred to as OLE control extension.
It is also called Active X.
OSI Reference Model
P
Personal Computer Memory Card International Association (PCMCIA)
PCMCIA stands for Personal Computer Memory Card International Association and regulates
cards and slots related to PC cards.
Port Address Translation
This technology is used to convert IP addresses and TCP / UDP port numbers between two
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
This is a device that can be used to supply power for a fixed period of time in the event of an
unexpected power outage so that PCs can be shut down safely.
V
Voice over IP (VoIP)
This technology makes it possible to place telephone calls over an IP network. Although the
Internet can be used as a phone line, the call quality of Internet phone is generally not very
high because transmission speed and delay cannot be guaranteed.
W
Wide Dynamic Range Function
WDR Refer to P.30
This refers to a function through which various processes are performed, thereby making it
possible to capture clear images even when there is extreme backlighting.
Index
This model shows the protocol guidelines and its functions are separated into a total of seven
layers. The upper layer of the model, which is closest to human interface, consists of three
layers: the application layer, the presentation layer and the session layer. The lower layer,
which is used for transmission purposes, consists of four layers: the transport layer, the
network layer, the data link layer and the physical layer.
User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
Glossary
O
U
Technical
Information
Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
Network Address Translation (NAT)
Network Time Protocol (NTP)
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
This is an OSI reference model transport layer protocol that is utilized as a standard on the
Internet. Although TCP is highly reliable due to the fact that it has a retransmission control
mechanism, it has a low transmission speed.
Network Address Port Translation is the official name for IP masquerade. This technology is
used to effectively utilize scarce IP address resources by converting IP addresses and TCP /
IP port numbers between two networks (WAN / LAN).
System
Information
There are numerous standards such as MPEG 1, MPEG 2 and MPEG 4 for technologies utilized
to compress digital moving images. MPEG 1 takes into account storage / playback on storage
media such as CD-ROM and has playback quality equivalent to that of VTR. MPEG 2 takes into
consideration usage with broadcast media and has playback quality equivalent to that of
HDTV. MPEG 4 is aimed at the distribution of low-quality images at a high compression rate
through the use of a slow-speed network.
N
Smear
IP Camera
This is a technology that makes it possible to decompress still JPEG images at a high speed
as well as make them appear as if they are moving by showing them in succession. This can
also refer to the moving image data or the codec that performs compression / decompression.
Unlike MPEG data, which only records differential information between the frames of a
moving image, motion JPEG makes it possible to edit any portion of a moving image because
each frame is saved as a still image.
Plasma Display
& Monitor
The minimum level of object illumination required for security cameras is referred to as
"Minimum Illumination". The lower this value is, the higher the sensitivity of the camera. This
value also serves as an indication of how dark of a place shooting can be carried out in. It
should be duly noted that minimum illumination changes depending on both the F number of
the lens being used and the reflectance of the object. If a Security camera is used at a level
close to the minimum illumination, the image may become blurred. Since this is undesirable,
we recommend that sufficient illumination be used.
Moving Picture Coding Experts Group / Moving Picture Experts
Group (MPEG)
Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID)
Storage
M
Quarter Common Intermediate Format (QCIF)
Color Camera
Cameras have different types of lens sockets including C mount, CS mount and bayonet
mount. C and CS mounts are screw-type mounts; C mounts have a flange focal length of
17.526mm and CS mounts have a flange focal length of 12.5mm. Bayonet mounts are often
employed in three-chip cameras and this type of mount conforms to the standard for studiouse cameras.
Line-up Chart
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Index
Line-up Chart
Color Camera
Storage
Plasma Display
& Monitor
IP Camera
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
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Products
Features
Specifications
GD-V422U
42"v Plasma Display
P. 16
P. 17
GD-V502U
50"v Plasma Display
P. 16
P. 17
GM-V42UB
42"v Plasma Display
P. 16
P. 17
GM-V42UG
42"v Plasma Display
P. 16
P. 17
GM-X50U
50"v Plasma Display
P. 16
P. 17
RM-P2580U
Remote Control Unit
P. 9
P. 10
SR-9080U
960H High Density VCR
P. 13
P. 15
SR-9090U
960H High Density & High Resolution VCR
P. 13
P. 15
SR-9168US
168H High Density VCR
P. 12
P. 15
SR-L911US
40H High Density VCR
P. 12
P. 14
TK-C1460U
1/3" ExDR Day/Night Camera
P. 3
P. 7
TK-C1480U
1/3" ExDR Camera
P. 4
P. 7
TK-C205U
1/4" Fixed Dome Camera
P. 5
P. 8
TK-C205VPU
1/4" Vandal Resistant Fixed Dome Camera
P. 5
P. 8
TK-C675BU
PTZ Dome Camera
P. 9
P. 10
TK-C720TPU
1/3" Twisted-Pair Camera
P. 3
P. 6
TK-C750U
1/3" STD Resolution Camera
P. 2
P. 6
TK-C920U(A)
1/3" Hi-Resolution Camera
P. 2
P. 6
TK-WD310U
1/3" Wide Dynamic Range Camera
P. 4
P. 7
TM-A101G
9"v Monitor
P. 18
P. 20
TM-A130SU
13"v Monitor
P. 18
P. 20
TM-A13SU
13"v Monitor (S-Video & Audio)
P. 18
P. 20
TM-A13UCV
13"v Monitor
P. 18
P. 20
TM-A210G
20"v Monitor
P. 19
P. 20
TM-H150CG
14"v Monitor
P. 18
P. 20
TM-H1700G
16"v Monitor
P. 19
P. 20
TM-H1900G
18"v Monitor
P. 19
P. 20
VN-A1U
Network Encoder
P. 22
P. 24
VN-C11U
1/3" Fixed IP Camera
P. 21
P. 23
VN-C30U
PTZ IP Camera
P. 22
P. 24
VN-C655U
PTZ IP Dome Camera
P. 21
P. 23
VN-S400U
Multi-Viewer
P. 25
P. 25
VN-SE400U
External Device Controller Pack
P. 25
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VN-SV400U
Single Viewer
P. 25
P. 25
VR-609U
9-ch Digital Video Recorder
P. 11
P. 14
VR-616U
16-ch Digital Video Recorder
P. 11
P. 14
VR-N100U
Network Video Recorder
P. 26
P. 26
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