22x Zoom Auto-Focus Camera

22x Zoom Auto-Focus Camera
22x Zoom Auto-Focus Camera
User’s Manual
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Attention: installation should be performed by qualified service Personnel only in
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Power Disconnect. Units with or without ON-OFF switches have power supplied to
the unit whenever the power cord is inserted into the power source ; however, the unit
is operational only when the ON-OFF switch is in the ON position. The power cord is
the main power disconnect for all unites.
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CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................................... 3
2. FEATURES ................................................................................................................................. 4
3. ACCESSORIES .......................................................................................................................... 5
4. PRECAUTION ........................................................................................................................... 6
5. NAME AND FUNCTION OF EACH PART ........................................................................... 7
6. INSTALLATION........................................................................................................................ 9
6.1 NATIVE K EYBOARD INSTALLATION ....................................................................................... 10
6.2 PELCO KEYBOARD (OR COMPATIBLE ) INSTALLATION .......................................................... 10
7. OPERATING PROCEDURE ..................................................................................................11
7.1 NATIVE K EYBOARD OPERATION.............................................................................................11
7.2 PELCO KEYBOARD (OR COMPATIBLE ) OPERATION .............................................................. 12
8. SYSTEM SETUP ..................................................................................................................... 14
8.1 OSD (O N SCREEN DISPLAY) FORMAT................................................................................ 14
8.2 MENU DESCRIPTIONS..................................................................................................... 17
8.3 SUB MENU DESCRIPTIONS............................................................................................ 18
9. CAMERA CONTROL COMMAND PROTOCOL .............................................................. 24
9.1 COMMUNICATION FORMAT.................................................................................................... 24
9.2 PC COMMAND ...................................................................................................................... 25
9.3 KEY CODE TABLE .................................................................................................................. 55
10. SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................ 58
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1. INTRODUCTION
The auto- focus camera is a compact CCTV camera designed for easy integration into surveillance
systems. The Camera's built- in 22x Optical zoom lens spells added user convenience since there
is no need for separate adjustment of the focal distance. Current applications include highway
traffic control, plus security surveillance in such locations as elevators and parking lots.
The advanced DSP technology allows intelligent control for clearer, detailed pictures.
Additionally, the user can perform remote Zoom/ Focus/ Iris/ White Balance operations via either
RS-422/RS-485 or RS-232 (optional) interface. In combination with a highly sensitive 1/4“ CCD
sensor, these features make the auto-focus camera is particularly suitable for surveillance.
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Built-in Optical Zoom Lens - The built- in 22x optical zoom lens is highly reliable and offers
auto focus and auto iris functions. Users can monitor a scene from any desired angle of view.
High Resolution - The chassis is equipped with a high sensitivity, high-resolution 1/4“ CCD
pickup featuring approximately 380,000 effective pixels. Thanks to a high 450 TV lines
horizontal resolution, picked-up images are reproduced with detail and clarity.
Setup Menu Function via Keys
Pushing keys on the rear panel of the camera can set each setup menu function. Setup menu
functions are displayed on screen display (OSD).
Camera Control via either RS-422/RS-485 or RS-232 (optional) interface
Camera control can adjust the camera's zoom, focus, Iris and white balance via either
RS-422/RS-485 or RS-232 (optional) interface.
Built-in Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) Protocols
The camera automatically recognizes four protocols, such as native protocol, PELCO (D and
P protocol) and LG protocol. Camera parameters can easily be setup via native keyboard
(RS-485) or PELCO keyboard (RS-422).
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2. FEATURES
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1/4“ High Resolution Color CCD Camera.
Supports powerful function: Auto Iris Control (AIC), Auto White Balance (AWB), Auto Gain
Control (AGC), Auto Back Light Compensation (ABLC), Flickerless (FL) and Auto Focus
(AF).
22x Optical Zoom Lens and 16x Digital Zoom. (Total 352x Zoom).
On Screen Display (OSD) Setup Menu.
Camera Control via either RS-422/RS-485 or RS-232.
Supports AUTO/ NATIVE/ PELCO (D and P)/ LG Protocol.
Remote Control via 6-pin Dry Contact Connector.
Built-in 5 keys to Control Zooming and Focusing Function, and Setup Menu adjustment.
Built-in Audio.
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3. ACCESSORIES
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Mounting Block ×1 and Screws ×2
Camera Control 4-pin Connector ×1
User’s Manual ×1
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4. PRECAUTION
Please do not directly touch the zoom lens. If it is necessary to clean the zoom lens, use soft
cloth moistened with alcohol to wipe off any dust.
Please be extra careful not to shake the product.
Please avoid places where frequent vibrations or shocks
Do not install the product in extreme temperature conditions.
Only use the camera under conditions where temperatures are between -10℃ and +50℃. Be
especially careful to provide ventilation when operating under high temperatures.
Do not install the product in an environment where the humidity is high.
Unless the product is waterproof or weatherproof, otherwise it can cause the image quality to be
poor.
Never keep the product to direct strong light or sunlight.
It can damage the product.
Do not spill liquid of any kind on the product.
If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately. Alcohol or beverage can contain minerals that corrode the
electronic components.
If during the night, the minimum brightness of 0.7 Lux cannot be achieved, install
appropriate light fixtures.
When any abnormal occur make sure to unplug the unit and contact your local dealer.
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5. NAME and FUNCTION of EACH PART
Front View
Figure 5-1
Side View
Figure 5-2
Rear View
VIDEO
AUDIO
RS-232
RD
RS-485
GND
R+
T+
R-
T-
OR
TD
GND
DC
12V
IN
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Figure 5-3
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(2).
(3).
(4).
Power Input:DC 12V ±10% (Recommendation 12 ±0.5V) Max 4.1W.
Video Output:Composite Video 1Vp-p, 75 Ohms, BNC
Audio Output:2Vp-p, 50 Ohms
Remote Control (6-pin Dry Contact Connector) / Key Control:
No.
Name
Function
1
Tele/p
Zoom Tele or Up (p)
2
Wide/q
Zoom Wide or Down (q)
3
Near/+
Focus Near or Increase (+)
4
Far/-
Focus Far or Decrease (-)
5
Menu
Enter or Exit Setup Menu
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GND
Ground
It is either open under normal status (Normal Open) or close to GND under active status
(connected to GND).
CAUTION: To prevent damage on the camera, do NOT apply voltage to the dry
contact connector.
(5). Camera Control:2.4K/ 4.8K/ 9.6K/ 19.2K BPS (Please refer to OSD setup MENU).
Optional: RS-232
Name
Function
RD, TD
Use for RS-232 Control
GND
Pair GND for RS-232
Optional: RS-422/ RS-485
Name
Function
R+, R-, T+, T-
Use For RS-422/RS-485 Control
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6. INSTALLATION
RS-232C D-Sub Connector
Camera
RS-232 Interface
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1
RD
2
TD
3
3
GND
4
2
7
8
9
5
Camera
RS-422 Interface
1 Frame GND
2 RD
3 TD
4 DTR
5 Signal GND
6 DSR
7 RTS
8 CTS
9 RI
Figure 6-1
232 to 422 Converter
1
R+
T+
2
R-
T-
RD
3
T+
R+
TD
4
T-
R-
To PC or
Controller
Figure 6-2
Camera
RS-485 Interface
1
R+
2
R-
3
T+
4
T-
232 to 485 Converter
DD+
D-
RD
D+
TD
To PC or
Controller
Figure 6-3
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6.1 Native Keyboard Installation
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RS-485 interface is used for communicating native keyboard. Refer to Figure 6-3;
connect R+ and T+ of the camera together; connect R+ and T+ of the camera to D+ of
the native keyboard. Connect R- and T- of the camera together; connect R- and T- of the
camera to D- of the native keyboard.
User could adjust Camera ID via rear panel keys or via remote commands. Protocol,
Speed and Parity should only be adjusted via rear panel keys.
Communication
Setting
CAMERA ID
PROTOCOL
1 ~ 127
AUTO, NATIVE
SPEED
9600
PARITY
NONE
The speed of native keyboard is fixed (9600).
Adjusted function is only effective, after exiting the OSD setup menu.
6.2 PELCO Keyboard (or compatible) Installation
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RS-422 interface is used for communicating PELCO keyboard. Refer to Figure 6-2;
connect R+ of the camera to T+ of the PELCO keyboard. Connect R- of the camera to
T- of the PELCO keyboard.
User could adjust Camera ID via rear panel keys or via remote commands. Protocol,
Speed and Parity should only be adjusted via rear panel keys.
Communication
Setting
0 ~ 253 for P protocol
CAMERA ID
1 ~ 255 for D protocol
PROTOCOL
SPEED
AUTO, PELCO
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200
PARITY
NONE
The speed of camera should be the same as the speed of the keyboard.
Adjusted function is only effective, after exiting the OSD setup menu.
NOTE: Maximum cable distance for RS-422/ RS-485 communication over 24-gauge wire is
4,000 feet (1,219 m). Recommend using shielded twisted pair cable that meets the basic
requirements for EIA RS-422 / RS-485 applications.
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7. OPERATING PROCEDURE
(1) Mount the camera on the mounting bracket by using the hole on the top or bottom of the
camera or by using the enclosed 8mm mounting block, furnished by 2 screws.
(2) Connect the Video Output to the monitor or other video device via a 75 Ohms type
coaxial cable.
(3) Connect the power source, using the DC Jack (+12V DC in the jack center).
(4) Wait a while for the camera to power on and the zoom lens will resume to the previous
power on position automatically.
(5) Once the picture appears on the monitor, press the Zoom Tele, Zoom Wide, Focus Near,
Focus Far and Setup Menu Key to obtain the best picture quality.
7.1 Native Keyboard Operation
Normal Display Mode
Native Keyboard
BRIGHTNESS+
BRIGHTNESSNEAR
FAR
Zoom TELE
Zoom WIDE
Move Joystick Left
Move Joystick Right
Move Joystick Up
Move Joystick Down
Camera Function
Brightness +
Brightness Focus Near
Focus Far
Zoom Tele
Zoom Wide
None
None
None
None
Camera Function
Accessing Main Menu
Native Keyboard
Press the MENU key
Enter preset number (1~128) and press GO
PRESET to put camera in preset position.
To program, position camera, enter desired
preset number (1~128), and press SET
PRESET.
Press the AUTO FOCUS Key, the LED of the
AUTO FOCUS lights up and press AUTO
FOCUS key again, to disable the function.
Call up the Preset Points
Setting the Preset Points
AUTO FOCUS Control
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OSD Setup Menu Mode
Native Keyboard
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BRIGHTNESS+
BRIGHTNESSNEAR
FAR
Zoom TELE
Zoom WIDE
Move Joystick Left
Move Joystick Right
Move Joystick Up
Move Joystick Down
Camera Function
Decrease (-)
Increase (+)
Cursor Up
Cursor Down
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
l Please refer to the native keyboard manual for more information.
7.2 PELCO Keyboard (or compatible) Operation
Normal Display Mode
PELCO Keyboard
OPEN
CLOSE
NEAR
FAR
Twist Joystick clockwise or Zoom In
Twist Joystick counterclockwise or Zoom Out
Move Joystick Left
Move Joystick Right
Move Joystick Up
Move Joystick Down
Camera Function
Brightness +
Brightness Focus Near
Focus Far
Zoom Tele
Zoom Wide
None
None
None
None
Camera Function
PELCO Keyboard
Enter 95; press on the PRESET button
(approximately five seconds) until the main
menu appears on the screen.
Enter preset number (1~32, 35~82) and press
PRESET to put the camera in preset position.
To program, position camera, enter desired
preset number (1~32,35~82), and press on the
PRESET button for two seconds.
Accessing Main Menu
Call up the Preset Points
Setting the Preset Points
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OSD Setup Menu Mode
PELCO Keyboard
OPEN
CLOSE
NEAR
FAR
Twist Joystick clockwise or Zoom In
Twist Joystick counterclockwise or Zoom Out
Move Joystick Left
Move Joystick Right
Move Joystick Up
Move Joystick Down
Camera Function
Sub Menu Enter
Sub Menu Exit
Cursor Up
Cursor Down
None
None
Decrease (-)
Increase (+)
Cursor Up
Cursor Down
l Please refer to PELCO Keyboard (or compatible) manual for more information.
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8. SYSTEM SETUP
8.1 OSD (On Screen Display) FORMAT
OSD DISPLAY POSITION
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5-1
5-2
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Figure 8-1
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OSD DISPLAY DESCRIPTION
FUNCTION
1
FOCUS MODE
2
BACK LIGHT
OSD Format
Non display
DESCRIPTION
Auto Mode
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Manual / Push Auto Mode
Non display
“BLC” display
Non display
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4
SHUTTER SPEED
WBC MODE
“Ff” display
1 / 125
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1 / 30,000
5-2
STAND-BY MODE
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ZOOM DISPLAY
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CAMERA ID
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USER TITLE STRING
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BRIGHTNESS
Flickerless Mode
29 variable steps.
AUTO White Balance
HUE
IWB
The HUE control is available (0 ~ 99).
WB Preset for INDOOR
OWB
WB Preset for OUTDOOR
MWB
Manual WB Adjustment.
Push Auto White Balance; turn this
mode ON, the white trace automatically.
Turn this mode OFF; Preserve the white
of final auto tracing action (Manual).
AUTO/ NATIVE/
PELCO/ LG
5-1
COMM
Normal Shutter
(NTSC: 1 / 60, PAL: 1 / 50)
AWB
PWB
PROTOCOL
Back Light OFF
BLC ON / Auto / Super BLC Mode
Setting string:
"BBBB, P, D, S"
STAND-BY
Dx176
After power-on, information on
PROTOCOL and COMM will be
displayed.
This information will remain on the
monitor for a short interval.
Indicate the camera stand-by during the
camera’s power turning ON.
Digital Zoom mode
x22
Optical Zoom mode
According to the identification number (000 ~ 255) for each
camera, multi-point control (via PC or keyboard) is available.
Maximum 10 user char string
Brightness data
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NOTE:
Setting string: "BBBB, P, D, S"
BBBB represent baud rate, it can be one of the following values:
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200
P represent parity, it can be one of the following values:
N (None), O (Odd), E (EVEN)
D represent data bits, it should be the following value:
8
S represent stop bit, it should be the following value:
1
For example, the following string specifies a baud rate of 9600, no parity, 8 data bits, and 1
stop bit:
9600, N, 8,1
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8.2 MENU DESCRIPTIONS
MAIN MENU
MENU
FOCUS SET
AWB SET
AE SET
SPECIAL SET
F OSD DISP
COMMUNICAT
INITIAL SET
EXIT
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‘’
‘’
‘’
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ON
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Figure 8-2
SET UP THE MENU
l In order to display the Setup Menu on the screen, set the Menu command or press
key panel.
l To select each item, by using the Zoom Tele and Zoom Wide command or using
the Up (p) and Down (q) key panel.
l To change the data, by using the Focus Far and Focus Near command or by using
the Decrease (-) and Increase (+) key panel.
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8.3 SUB MENU DESCRIPTIONS
FOCUS SET
FOCUS MODE SET:
l This function is for focus mode setting.
l Set the mode to Auto, Manual, or Push Auto.
FOCUS DISTANCE SET:
l This function is for selection of minimum shooting distance.
l Set the Focus Distance mode to 1cm, 10cm, 50cm, 1M, 3M, 5M or 10M.
ZOOM START SET:
l This function is for selection of zoom start position.
l Set the Zoom Start mode from x1 to x21.
ZOOM END SET:
l This function is for selection of zoom end position.
l Set the Zoom End mode from x352 to x2.
ZOOM SPEED SET:
l This function is for selection of zoom speed.
l Set the Zoom Speed to slow, normal or high.
ZOOM TRACKING MODE SET:
l This function is for selection of zoom tracking mode.
l Set the Zoom Tracking mode to Auto or Manual.
l Zoom Tracking means focused zooming state.
INITIAL SET:
l If initial mode set to ON, All FOCUS function is changed to the factory setting.
RETURN TO MAIN MENU:
l Exit the FOCUS set of OSD menu and return to the main menu.
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AWB SET
WB MODE SET:
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This function is for changing the WB mode.
Set the mode to Auto, Hue, Indoor, Outdoor, Manual, or Push Auto.
AUTO: WB color temperature range = 2500°K ~ 8000°K.
Manual WB: Adjust Red and Blue gain to perform a desired White Balance.
PUSH AUTO: Set the WB mode to Push Auto.
HUE CONTROL SET:
l This function is available for Hue WB mode.
l Adjust the level from 0 MIN to 99 MAX.
RED GAIN SET:
l This function is available for Manual WB mode.
l This mode is an optional adjustment function, for users to adjust special colors.
BLUE GAIN SET:
l This function is available for Manual WB mode.
l This mode is an optional adjustment function, for users to adjust special colors.
PUSH AUTO SET:
l This function is available for Push Auto WB mode.
l Turn this mode ON, the white trace automatically. Turn this mode OFF; Preserve
the white of final auto tracing action (Manual).
INITIAL SET:
l If initial mode set to ON, All AWB function is changed to the factory setting.
RETURN TO MAIN MENU:
l Exit the AWB set of OSD menu and return to the main menu.
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AE SET
AE MODE SET:
l This function is for changing the AE mode.
l Set the mode to AUTO, IRIS MAN, AGC MAN, or Manual.
IRIS ADJUST SET:
l This function is available for IRIS MAN mode.
l Adjust the level from 56 MIN to 250 MAX.
AGC MAXIMUM SET / AGC ADJUST SET:
l This function is available for AGC AUTO mode / AGC MAN mode.
l AGC AUTO means AUTO or IRIS MAN.
l Adjust the level from 28 MIN to 255 MAX.
BRIGHTNESS ADJUSTMENT SET:
l Adjust the level from 0 MIN to 99 MAX.
BACKLIGHT SET:
l Set the mode to OFF, ON, AUTO, or SUPER.
l Back Light Compensation (BLC) is ON:
BLC could emphasize the luminance of the BLC Area according to the BLC
Level.
l AUTO BLC:
When a back light condition occurs in area1, area2, area3, or area4. The back light
compensation is enabled automatically. When the back light condition disappears
in that area, BLC is disabled automatically. To disable this mode, set it to OFF.
Are a 1 Are a 2
Are a 0
Are a 3 Are a 4
@ BLC area is Area 0.
l SUPER BLC:
BLC could emphasize the luminance of the image according to the light condition.
BLC LEVEL SET:
l This function is available for BLC ON mode.
l Adjust the level from 0 MIN to 80 MAX.
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BLC AREA SET:
l This function is available for BLC ON or AUTO BLC mode.
l Define the main object area that is under exposure based on the average luminance
of the whole image.
l Set the BLC area Center (area 0), Top Small (TopS) (area1+area2), Top Large
(TopL) (area1+area2+area0), Bottom Small (BottomS) (area3+area4), Bottom
Large (BottomL) (area3+area4+area0), Left (area1+area3) or Right (area2+area4).
FLICKERLESS SET:
l Select the mode ON or OFF. Use for preventing picture flicker.
l In case of NTSC System, Shutter Speed is 1/100 sec.
l In case of PAL System, Shutter Speed is 1/120 sec.
SHUTTER SPEED SET:
l Set the mode Normal (NTSC: 1/60, PAL: 1/50), 1/125, 1/150, 1/200, 1/250, 1/300,
1/350, 1/400, 1/450, 1/500, 1/600, 1/700, 1/800, 1/900, 1/1000, 1/1100, 1/1200,
1/1300, 1/1500, 1/1600, 1/1800, 1/2000, 1/2500, 1/3000, 1/3500, 1/4000, 1/6000,
1/10000, 1/30000 sec.
INITIAL SET:
l If initial mode set to ON, All AE function is changed to the factory setting.
RETURN TO MAIN MENU:
l Exit the AE set of OSD menu and return to the main menu.
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SPECIAL SET
USER TITLE SET:
l This function is for setting up user title on screen display.
l Set the position of title using Near / Far Command, set the data using Tele / Wide
Command.
SHARPNESS ADJUST Set:
l Adjust the level from 0 to 15.
MIRROR Set:
l Select the mode ON or OFF.
COLOR Set:
l Select the mode ON or OFF.
NEGATIVE Set:
l This mode is to change color and luminance to negative.
l Select the mode ON or OFF.
WIDE BURST Set:
l This mode is to change color burst width for long distance application.
l Select the mode ON or OFF.
DAY / NIGHT Set:
l This mode automatically switches from color display during normal lighting
conditions to monochrome display to be used in low light.
l Select the mode ON or OFF.
INITIAL SET:
l If initial mode set to ON, All SPECIAL function is changed to the factory setting.
RETURN TO MAIN MENU:
l Exit the SPECIAL set of OSD menu and return to the main menu.
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F. OSD SET
FUNCTION DISP ON or DISP OFF
l There are Focus Mode, Back Light, Shutter Speed and WBC Mode in the function
display.
CAMERA ID DISP ON or DISP OFF
ZOOM MAG DISP ON or DISP OFF
USER TITLE DISP ON or DISP OFF
INIT TITLE DISP ON or DISP OFF
BRIGHTNESS DISP ON or DISP OFF
COMMUNICATION SET
Adjusted communication function is only effective, after exiting the OSD setup menu.
Protocol Set, Speed Set and Parity Set should only be adjusted via rear panel keys.
CAMERA ID
l To connect numerous cameras, identification number is assigned to each camera
for camera control (000 ~ 255: total numbers of ID are 256). ID 1 ~ 127 for native
keyboard; ID 0 ~ 253 for PELCO P protocol; ID 1 ~ 255 for PELCO D protocol.
PROTOCOL SET:
l Set the mode to AUTO, NATIVE, PELCO or LG.
l Camera automatically detects the type of PELCO Protocol. No extra settings are
required to set D and P Protocols.
SPEED SET:
l Set the speed to 2400, 4800, 9600 or 19200.
PARITY SET:
l Set the parity to NONE, ODD, or EVEN.
INITIAL SET
l Set the initial set mode to ON, All functions are changed to the factory setting,
excluding communication function.
EXIT
l Exit the OSD menu and enter the normal display.
* Letters in BOLD: Default Mode.
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9. Camera Control Command Protocol
(For RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485)
9.1 Communication Format
The communication data format from PC to Camera
Data of total 6 bytes is transmitted from PC to camera.
Format:
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
Byte4
Byte5
Byte6
0xC5
Code1
Code2
Code3
CAM_ID
C.S.
Description: (Refer to 9.2 PC Command)
(a) Byte 1: Camera realizes the protocol comes from the PC.
(b) Byte 2: The data is changeable according to the PC Command.
(c) Byte 3: The data is changeable according to the PC Command.
(d) Byte 4: The data is changeable according to the PC Command.
(e) Byte 5: Camera’s ID (Identification) number to communicate (0 ~ 255).
It will be impossible to communicate when there’s a difference between the
value of CAM_ID and the given value of the Camera’s ID.
(f) Byte 6: The value of Check Sum from ‘Byte 1’ to ‘Byte 5’.
Ex.: In case of transmission, ‘0xC5, 0x5F, 0x0C, 0x00, 0x00‘
0xC5 + 0x5F + 0x0C + 0x00 + 0x00 = 0x130
Therefore, C.S. = 0x30
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The communication data format from Camera to PC
Data of total 9 bytes is transmitted from Camera to PC.
Format:
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
Byte4
Byte5
Byte6
Byte7
Byte8
Byte9
0xC5
Code1
Code2
Code3
Data1
Data2
Data3
Data4
C.S.
Description: (Refer to 9.2 PC Command)
(a) Byte 1: Camera is realized the protocol comes from PC.
(b) Byte 2: Byte 1 data is received from PC.
(c) Byte 3: Byte 2 data is received from PC.
(d) Byte 4: Byte 3 data is received from PC.
(e) Byte 5: The data is changeable according to the PC Command.
(f) Byte 6: The data is changeable according to the PC Command.
(g) Byte 7: The data is changeable according to the PC Command.
(h) Byte 8: The data is changeable according to the PC Command.
(i) Byte 9: The value of Check Sum from ‘Byte 1’ to ‘Byte 8’.
The computing method is the same as “Byte6 of the communication from PC
to Camera“.
9.2 PC Command
Exposure Mode Setting
Set the mode of Exposure according to AEmodeCNT.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x60 AEmodeCNT CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x60 AEmodeCNT 0x60 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
AEmodeCNT: The counter for setting Exposure Mode
1. In case of AEmodeCNT = 0x00, the Exposure Mode becomes “AUTO” mode.
2. In case of AEmodeCNT = 0x01, this value is not used.
3. In case of AEmodeCNT = 0x02, the Exposure Mode becomes “IRIS MAN” mode. And then
you can adjust “IRIS level” manually.
4. In case of AEmodeCNT = 0x03, the Exposure Mode becomes “AGC MAN” mode. And you
can adjust “AGC level” manually.
5. In case of AEmodeCNT = 0x04, the Exposure Mode becomes “MANUAL” mode. And you
can adjust “IRIS level” and “AGC level” manually.
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6. In case of AEmodeCNT = every other value, the Exposure Mode remains changed.
BACKLIGHT Level Read
Read the current BACKLIGHT level of Camera.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x61 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x61 0x00 BL_level 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
BL_level: This is a value of the camera for controlling BACKLIGHT level.
Adjust BACKLIGHT level
Adjust current BACKLIGHT level of Camera.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x62 BL_level CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x62 BL_level 0x62 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
BL_level: This is a value to adjust BACKLIGHT level of camera.
White Balance Mode Setting
Set the mode of White Balance according to WB_CNT.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x65 WB_CNT CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x65 WB_CNT 0x65 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
WB_CNT: This is an index counter to change the mode of White Balance
1. In case of WB_CNT = 0, the mode of White Balance becomes “AUTO” mode.
2. In case of WB_CNT = 1, the mode of White Balance becomes “HUE” mode.
3. In case of WB_CNT = 2, the mode of White Balance becomes “INDOOR” mode.
4. In case of WB_CNT = 3, the mode of White Balance becomes “OUTDOOR” mode.
5. In case of WB_CNT = 4, the mode of White Balance becomes “MANUAL” mode.
6. In case of WB_CNT = 5, the mode of White Balance becomes “PUSH AUTO” mode.
7. In case of WB_CNT = every other value, the mode of White Balance remains unchanged.
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Camera ID Display Mode ON/OFF Toggle control
Switch the display mode of camera ID (ON/OFF).
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x6A 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x6A 0x00 0x6A 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Caution: If the Camera ID is “OFF” mode, then the Camera ID is not displayed.
Zoom Lens Position Read
Read the current position value of Zoom lens & Digital Zoom MAG data.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x36 0x00 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x36 0x00 0x00 ZP_CNT+1 ZP_CNT V_MAG 0xXX C.S.
1.
ZP_CNT+1:
Upper byte of Zoom lens position.
2.
ZP_CNT:
Lower byte of Zoom lens position.
3.
V_MAG:
Digital zoom data.
Ex. In case of Zoom lens Position = 0x12A & Digital zoom data = 0x10,
a.
ZP_CNT+1
= 0x01
b.
ZP_CNT
= 0x2A
c.
V_MAG
= 0x10
Caution: This command is used to set the PRESET mode control.
Focus Lens Position Read
Read the current value of Focus lens.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x37 0x00 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x37 0x00 0x00 FP_CNT+1 FP_CNT 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1.
FP_CNT+1:
Upper byte of Focus lens position.
2.
FP_CNT:
Lower byte of Focus lens position.
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Ex. In case of Focus lens Position = 0x1A2,
a.
FP_CNT+1
= 0x01
b.
FP_CNT
= 0xA2
Caution: This command is used to set the PRESET mode.
Camera Power ON
Turn on the power of Camera.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x3A 0x00 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x3A 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Camera Power OFF
Turn off the power of Camera.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x3E 0x00 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x3E 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Memorize Zoom Lens Position for External PRESET control
Memorize the Zoom lens position into the volatile “Buffer RAM” designated “Buffer
RAM Index” for the external PRESET Move control.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x49 PRE_I_ZH ZPL CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x49 PRE_I_ZH ZPL PRE_I_ZH 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. PRE_I_ZH: The index value of the Buffer RAM to store the position of the Zoom lens for
the PRESET mode, and the upper data of position value for the Zoom lens.
Bit No.
Description
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Buffer RAM Index (0 ~ 7)
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Upper data of Zoom lens position
2. ZPL: Lower data of position value for the Zoom lens.
Ex. The position of Zoom Lens to memorize = 0x126 &
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The index of Buffer RAM for PRESET = 2
0xC5 0x49 PRE_I_ZH ZPL CAM_ID C.S.
0xC5 0x49 0x21 0x26 CAM_ID C.S.
Memorize Focus Lens Position for External PRESET control
Memorize the Focus lens position into the volatile “Buffer RAM” designated “Buffer
RAM Index” for the external PRESET Move control.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x4A PRE_I_FH FPL CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x4A PRE_I_FH FPL PRE_I_FH 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. PRE_I_FH: The index value of Buffer RAM to store the position of the Focus lens for the
PRESET mode, and the upper data of position value for the Focus lens.
Bit No.
Description
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Buffer RAM Index (0 ~ 7)
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Upper data of Focus lens position
2. FPL: Lower data of position value for the Focus lens.
Ex. Memorize 0x21F to the Focus Lens Position in PRESET 3.
0xC5 0x4A PRE_I_FH FPL CAM_ID C.S.
0xC5 0x4A 0x32 0x1F CAM_ID C.S.
Memorize Digital Zoom Position for External PRESET control
Memorize the Digital Zoom position into the volatile “Buffer RAM” designated “Buffer
RAM Index” for the external PRESET Move control.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x4B PRE_I DZP CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x4B PRE_I DZP PRE_I 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. PRE_I: The index value of Buffer RAM to store the position of the Digital Zoom for the
PRESET mode.
Bit No.
Description
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Buffer RAM Index (0 ~ 7)
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Bit 1
Bit 0
2. DZP: Digital Zoom position.
Ex. Memorize 0x20 to the Digital Zoom Position in PRESET 0.
0xC5 0x4B PRE_I DZP CAM_ID C.S.
0xC5 0x4B 0x00 0x20 CAM_ID C.S.
Non Zoom Tracking External PRESET Move Control
Move the Zoom and Focus lens to each position and set the Digital Zoom ratio
according to data memorized in PRESET “Buffer RAM” designated ‘ INDEX’.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x4D INDEX 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x4D INDEX 0x00 INDEX 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
INDEX: Position setting index of the PRESET Buffer RAM to change Zoom, Focus &
Digital Zoom position.
Caution: The range of INDEX is from 0x00 to 0x07.
Camera RESTART
Restart the Camera’s micro controller (u-COM).
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x4F 0x00 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x4F 0x00 0x00 0x00 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Digital Zoom Power Adjust
Adjust Digital Zoom Max Power.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x52 INDEX 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x52 INDEX 0x00 INDEX 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
INDEX: Index value for setting up Max Power Digital Zoom.
1.
In case of INDEX = 0, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 2X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 44X.
2.
In case of INDEX = 1, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 3X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 66X.
3.
In case of INDEX = 2, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 4X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 88X.
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4.
In case of INDEX = 3, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 5X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 110X.
5.
In case of INDEX = 4, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 6X, Therefore, Total Zoom = 132X.
6.
In case of INDEX = 5, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 7X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 154X.
7.
In case of INDEX = 6, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 8X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 176X.
8.
In case of INDEX = 7, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 9X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 198X.
9.
In case of INDEX = 8, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 10X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 220X.
10. In case of INDEX = 9, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 11X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 242X.
11. In case of INDEX = 10, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 12X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 264X.
12. In case of INDEX = 11, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 13X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 286X.
13. In case of INDEX = 12, the Max Power Digital Zoom = 14X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 308X.
14. In case of INDEX = 13, Max Power Digital Zoom = 15X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 330X.
15. In case of INDEX = 14, Max Power Digital Zoom = 16X. Therefore, Total Zoom = 352X.
16. In case of INDEX = every other value, the Max Power Digital Zoom remains unchanged.
Key Action
Perform the Key action according to the data of "KEY_NUM".
Caution: After using the Key action, Camera has to be notified by stop of key action
code KEY_NUM = “KN_STOP“.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x5F KEY_NUM 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x5F KEY_NUM 0x00 KEY_NUM 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
KEY_NUM: This is a Key code value for operation (Refer to 9.3 Key Code Table).
Changing CAM ID
Change the data of CAM_ID to “NEW_C_ID“ and Camera ID mode.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x78 NEW_C_ID On/Off CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x78 NEW_C_ID On/Off NEW_C_ID 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. NEW_C_ID; New data to change Camera ID.
2. On/Off: Setting the Camera ID mode to “On” or “Off”.
If On/Off = “0x00”, the Camera ID mode becomes “OFF” mode. In this case, we
may ignore “CAM_ID” value. Otherwise, the Camera ID mode becomes “ON”
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mode. Then, the value of CAM_ID is changed to “NEW_C_ID”.
CAM ID Read
Read the data of Camera ‘s ID.
Caution: This command may only be used in condition of one by one connection (PC vs.
CAMERA).
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xCC 0x00 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xCC 0x00 0x00 CAM_ID On/Off 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. CAM_ID; The Camera ID data of a CAMERA.
2. On/Off: The On/Off mode of the camera ID.
0x00: Camera ID is “OFF” mode.
0xFF: Camera ID is “ON” mode.
Auto Back Light Mode ON/OFF control
Change the Auto Back Light Mode of camera.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x6D MODE CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x6D MODE 0x6D 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of MODE = 0x00, the Auto Back Light Mode of camera becomes OFF mode. In this
case, the camera key controls Back Light ON/OFF manually.
2. In case of MODE = 0x01, the Auto Back Light Mode of the camera becomes ON mode.
Then, Back Light ON/OFF is controlled automatically depending on the status of the scene.
3. In case of MODE = every other value, the Auto Back Light Mode of camera remains
unchanged.
BACKLIGHT ON/OFF control
Switch the BACKLIGHT mode to On/Off according to the data of “MODE”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x70 MODE CAM_ID C.S.
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Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x70 MODE 0x70 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of MODE = 0x01, The BACKLIGHT mode becomes ON mode.
2. In case of MODE = 0x00, The BACKLIGHT mode becomes OFF mode. Otherwise, The
BACKLIGHT mode is not changed.
Caution: In this case, the Auto Back Light mode is released automatically.
COLOR ON/OFF control
Switch the COLOR mode to On/Off according to the data of “MODE”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x71 MODE CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x71 MODE 0x71 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of MODE = 0x01, the COLOR mode becomes ON mode.
2. In case of MODE = 0x00, the COLOR mode becomes OFF mode.
3. Otherwise, the COLOR mode remains unchanged.
100% NEGATIVE ON/OFF control
Switch the 100% NEGATIVE mode to On/Off according to the data of “MODE”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x72 MODE CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x72 MODE 0x72 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of MODE = 0x01, the 100% NEGATIVE mode becomes ON mode.
2. In case of MODE = 0x00, the 100% NEGATIVE mode becomes OFF mode.
3. Otherwise, the 100% NEGATIVE mode remains unchanged.
FOCUS Mode Setting
Switch the FOCUS mode to AUTO, MANUAL or PUSH_AUTO according to the data
of “MODE”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x73 MODE CAM_ID C.S.
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Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x73 MODE 0x73 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of MODE = 0x00, the FOCUS mode becomes “AUTO” mode.
2. In case of MODE = 0x01, the FOCUS mode becomes “MANUAL” mode.
3. In case of MODE = 0x02, the FOCUS mode becomes “PUSH AUTO” mode.
4. Otherwise, the FOCUS mode remains unchanged.
FLICKERLESS Mode ON/OFF Setting
Switch the FLICKERLESS mode to ON or OFF according to the data of the “MODE”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x74 MODE CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x74 MODE 0x74 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of MODE = 0x01, the FLICKERLESS mode becomes “ON” mode.
2. In case of MODE = 0x00, the FLICKERLESS mode becomes “OFF” mode.
3. Otherwise, the FLICKERLESS mode remains unchanged.
Hue White Balance Mode MWB_CTL data Setting
Set the MWB_CTL data at Hue White Balance mode according to the data of
“MWB_CTL”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x77 MWB_CTL CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x77 MWB_CTL 0x77 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
MWB_CTL: This is a data for which adjusts a HUE point at the Hue White Balance mode. Data
range: 00 ~ 99
White Balance PUSH_AUTO ON/OFF Setting
Switch the PUSH AUTO White Balance state to ON or OFF at PUSH AUTO White
Balance mode according to the data of “MODE”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x78 MODE CAM_ID C.S.
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Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x78 MODE 0x78 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. If MODE = 0x01, the PUSH AUTO White Balance state becomes to ON. In this case, White
Balance Tracking is activated.
2. If MODE = 0x00, the PUSH AUTO White Balance state becomes to OFF. In this case,
White Balance Tracking is stopped.
3. Otherwise, the PUSH AUTO White Balance state remains unchanged.
Caution: This mode will not be saved when the power of a camera turns OFF/ON. Default mode
is “OFF” mode. This command is available when the White Balance Mode is “PUSH
AUTO” mode.
SHARPNESS Data Setting
Set the sharpness level of the camera according to the data of “Sharpness”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x79 Sharpness CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x79 Sharpness 0x79 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. The data for adjusting sharpness level of the camera.
2. Data value range: 0x00 ~ 0x0F
BRIGHTNESS Data Setting
Set the brightness level of the camera according to the data of “Brightness”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x7A Brightness CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x7A Brightness 0x7A 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Brightness: The data for adjusting the brightness level of the camera.
MENU OSD Display ON/OFF Setting
Set the MENU OSD Display mode of the camera to ON or OFF according to the data of
“MODE”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x63 MODE CAM_ID C.S.
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Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x63 MODE 0x63 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of MODE = 0x01, “Main Menu” OSD is displayed on the screen.
2. In case of MODE = 0x00, MENU OSD is erased on the screen.
3. Otherwise, no action is performed.
SHUTTER Speed Setting
Set the shutter speed of the camera according to the data of “SSC_CNT”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x7B SSC_CNT CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x7B SSC_CNT 0x7B 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
SSC_CNT
NTSC
PAL
SSC_CNT
NTSC
PAL
0
1
2
1/60
1/125
1/150
1/50
1/125
1/150
15
16
17
1/1100
1/1200
1/1300
1/1100
1/1200
1/1300
3
1/200
1/200
18
1/1500
1/1500
4
5
1/250
1/300
1/250
1/300
19
20
1/1600
1/1800
1/1600
1/1800
6
1/350
1/350
21
1/2000
1/2000
7
8
1/400
1/450
1/400
1/450
22
23
1/2500
1/3000
1/2500
1/3000
9
1/500
1/500
24
1/3500
1/3500
10
11
1/600
1/700
1/600
1/700
25
26
1/4000
1/6000
1/4000
1/6000
12
1/800
1/800
27
1/10000
1/10000
13
14
1/900
1/1000
1/900
1/1000
28
1/30000
1/30000
IRIS OPEN Level Setting
Set the IRIS OPEN Level of the camera according to the data of “IRIS_CTL”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x7C IRIS_CTL CAM_ID C.S.
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Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x7C IRIS_CTL 0x7C 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
IRIS_CTL: The data for adjusting IRIS level of the camera.
Data value range from 0x4A (Full Close) to 0xB3 (Full Open)
Caution: This Command is available when the Exposure Mode is “IRIS MAN” or “MANUAL”
AGC Level Setting
Set the AGC Level of the camera according to the data of “AGC_CTL”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x7D AGC_CTL CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x7D AGC_CTL 0x7D 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
AGC_CTL: The data for adjusting the AGC level of the camera.
Data value range from 0x1C (Minimum AGC Level) to 0xDC (Maximum AGC
Level)
Caution: This command is available when the Exposure Mode is “AGC MAN” or “MANUAL”.
Function OSD Display Mode Change
Change the Function OSD Display Mode of the camera according to the data of
“OSD_DISP”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x64 OSD_DISP CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x64 OSD_DISP 0x64 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
OSD_DISP
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
Explanation
Reserved, Fix to “0”.
Reserved, Fix to “0”.
0: OFF
1: General Function OSD Display ON (Focus Auto/Manual OSD, Back Light
OSD, Shutter Speed OSD, White Balance Mode OSD)
Reserved, Fix to “0”.
0: OFF.
1: Camera ID OSD Display ON.
0: OFF.
1: Zoom Magnitude OSD Display ON.
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1
0
0: OFF.
1: User Title OSD Display ON.
0: OFF.
1: Power ON Initial Title OSD Display ON.
Digital Zoom Mode ON/OFF Setting
Switch the Digital Zoom mode to ON or OFF according to the data of “MODE”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x6E MODE CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x6E MODE 0x6E 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of MODE = 0x01, the Digital Zoom Mode is changed to “ON” mode.
2. In case of MODE = 0x00, the Digital Zoom Mode is changed to “OFF” mode.
3. Otherwise, the Digital Zoom Mode remains unchanged.
SCREEN INVERSION (FULL MIRROR) ON/OFF Setting
Switch the SCREEN INVERSION mode to ON or OFF according to the data of
“MODE”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x7F MODE CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x7F MODE 0x7F 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of MODE = 0x01, The SCREEN INVERSION Mode is changed to “ON” mode. In
this case, The Screen is reversed.
2. In case of MODE = 0x00, The SCREEN INVERSION Mode is changed to “OFF” mode.
3. Otherwise, the SCREEN INVERSION Mode remains unchanged.
Caution: This command is available when the Digital Zoom Mode is OFF.
Slow Speed Zoom Tracking External PRESET Move Control
Performs Zoom Tracking PRESET action to the targeted zoom position, memorized in
the volatile PRESET Buffer RAM indicated by the “INDEX” value. In this case, the
Zoom Tracking is performed slowly.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x7B INDEX 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
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0xC5 0x7B INDEX 0x00 INDEX 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
INDEX: The index value of the PRESET Buffer RAM taking the target Zoom position.
Caution: The range of the INDEX is from 0x00 to 0x07.
High Speed Zoom Tracking External PRESET Move Control
Performs Zoom Tracking PRESET action to the targeted zoom position, memorized in
the volatile PRESET Buffer RAM indicated by the “INDEX” value. In this case, the
Zoom Tracking is performed quickly.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x7C INDEX 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x7C INDEX 0x00 INDEX 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
INDEX: The index value of the PRESET Buffer RAM taking the target Zoom position.
Caution: The range of INDEX is from 0x00 to 0x07.
Zoom Tracking PRESET status Read
Read the status of the Zoom Tracking PRESET action to judge whether the PRESET
action has been completed or performed.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x7F 0x00 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x7F 0x00 0x00 Status 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of Status = 0x00, the Zoom Tracking PRESET action is complete.
2. In case of Status = 0x01, the Zoom Tracking PRESET action is currently performing.
CAMERA status Read Command 1
Read the current status of the camera. The data is “CAM_CON1”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x80 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x80 0x00 CAM_CON1 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Construction of CAM_CON1 data
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Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Explanation
0: Focus Auto state.
1: Focus Manual state.
0: Camera ID OFF mode.
1: Camera ID ON mode.
0: WB Push_Auto OFF state.
1: WB Push_Auto ON state.
0: BACKLIGHT OFF state.
1: BACKLIGHT ON state.
0: FLICKERLESS OFF state.
1: FLICKERLESS ON state.
0: Focus AUTO/MANUAL mode.
1: Focus PUSH_AUTO mode.
0: Digital Zoom OFF mode.
1: Digital Zoom ON mode.
Reserved.
CAMERA status Read Command 2
Read the current status of the camera. The data is “CAM_CON2”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x81 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x81 0x00 CAM_CON2 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Construction of CAM_CON2 data
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Explanation
1: Indicating that the camera recheck the object distance for Zoom
Tracking.
Reserved.
Reserved.
Reserved.
Reserved.
Reserved.
Reserved.
0: Auto BACKLIGHT Mode OFF state.
1: Auto BACKLIGHT Mode ON state.
Digital Effect status of the Camera Read Command
Read the current Digital Effect status of the camera. The data is “DEFT_CON”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x82 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
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Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x82 0x00 DEFT_CON 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Construction of DEFT_CON data
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Explanation
Reserved.
0: Mosaic OFF state.
1: Mosaic ON state.
0: Color ON state.
1: Color OFF state.
Reserved.
0: 100% Negative OFF state.
1: 100% Negative ON state.
0: Screen Inversion OFF state.
1: Screen Inversion ON state.
Reserved.
Reserved.
Read the White Balance Mode
Read the current White Balance Mode of the camera. The data is “WB_MODE”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x83 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x83 0x00 WB_MODE 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Explanation of “WB_MODE” data
WB_MODE
Explanation
0x0
AUTO White Balance mode.
0x1
HUE White Balance mode.
0x2
INDOOR White Balance mode.
0x3
OUTDOOR White Balance mode.
0x4
MANUAL White Balance mode.
0x5
PUSH AUTO White Balance mode.
Read the Exposure Mode
Read the current Exposure Mode of the camera. The data is “AE_MODE”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x84 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
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0xC5 0xAA 0x84 0x00 AE_MODE 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Explanation of “AE_MODE” data
AE_MODE
Explanation
0x0
AUTO Exposure mode.
0x2
IRIS MAN Exposure mode.
0x3
AGC MAN Exposure mode.
0x4
MANUAL Exposure mode.
Read the current MWB_CTL data at the Hue White Balance Mode
Read the current HUE point adjust data of the Camera at the Hue White Balance Mode.
The return data is “MWB_CTL”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x87 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x87 0x00 MWB_CTL 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Read the current SHARPNESS data
Read the current SHARPNESS data of the camera. The data is “Sharpness”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x88 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x88 0x00 Sharpness 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Read the current BRIGHTNESS data
Read the current BRIGHTNESS data of the camera. The data is “Brightness”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x89 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x89 0x00 Brightness 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Read the current Shutter Speed Control counter value
Read the current counter value to control Shutter Speed. The data is “SSC_CNT”.
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PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x8A 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x8A 0x00 SSC_CNT 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Read the IRIS control data
Read the current IRIS control value to control IRIS OPEN level. The data is
“IRIS_CTL”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x8B 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x8B 0x00 IRIS_CTL 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Read the AGC control data
Read the current AGC control value to control AGC level. The data is “AGC_CTL”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x8C 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x8C 0x00 AGC_CTL 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Read the MENU OSD ON/OFF status
Read the current MENU OSD ON/OFF state of the camera. The data is “M_STATE”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x8D 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x8D 0x00 M_STATE 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of “M_STATE = 0x00”, the MENU OSD is currently not displayed.
2. In case of “M_STATE = 0x01”, the MENU OSD is currently displayed.
Read the Function OSD Display Mode
Read the current Function OSD Display mode of the camera. The data is “OSD_DISP”.
PC → Camera
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0xC5 0xAA 0x8E 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x8E 0x00 OSD_DISP 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Read the Digital Zoom Max Power Mode
Read the current Max Power Digital Zoom Mode of the camera. The data is
“DZ_MAX”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x8F 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x8F 0x00 DZ_MAX 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Caution: The data of this command is valid only when the Digital Zoom mode is ON.
Explanation of “DZ_MAX” data
DZ_MAX
0x2
0x3
0x4
0x5
0x6
0x7
0x8
0x9
0xA
0xB
0xC
0xD
0xE
0xF
0x10
Explanation
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x2”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x3”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x4”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x5”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x6”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x7”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x8”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x9”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x10”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x11”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x12”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x13”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x14”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x15”.
The current Max Power Digital Zoom of the Camera is “x16”.
Memorize Internal PRESET Position for Internal PRESET control
Memorize the current zoom, focus, and digital zoom position value into the internal nonvolatile
memory of the CAMERA for controlling the Internal PRESET Move. The memory position to
store is indicated by the “INDEX” value.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x79 INDEX 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
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Camera → PC
0xC5 0x79 INDEX 0x00 INDEX 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
INDEX: The value for indicating the memory position to store the zoom, focus, and digital
zoom position value.
The range of this value is from 0x00 to 0x7F.
Internal Non Zoom Tracking PRESET Moving control
Performs the Internal PRESET Moving action. When the camera receives this command, the
zoom, focus, and digital zoom position is moved to the position memorized in the internal
nonvolatile memory of the camera according to “INDEX” value.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x7A INDEX 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x7A INDEX 0x00 INDEX 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
INDEX: The value for indicating the memory position to store the zoom, focus, and digital
zoom position value.
The range of this value is from 0x00 to 0x7F.
Slow Speed Internal Zoom Tracking PRESET Moving control
Perform the Zoom Tracking PRESET action to the target zoom position slowly. In this
case, the target zoom position value is memorized in the internal nonvolatile memory.
And, the memory position is indicated by the “INDEX” value
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x7D INDEX 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x7D INDEX 0x00 INDEX 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
INDEX: This is a value for indicating the memory position to store the zoom, focus, and digital
zoom position value.
The range of this value is from 0x00 to 0x7F.
High Speed Internal Zoom Tracking PRESET Moving control
Performs the Zoom Tracking PRESET action to the target zoom position quickly. In this
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case, the target zoom position value is memorized in the internal nonvolatile memory.
And, the memory position is indicated by the “INDEX” value
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x7E INDEX 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x7E INDEX 0x00 INDEX 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
INDEX: The value for indicating the memory position to store the zoom, focus, and digital
zoom position value.
The range of this value is from 0x00 to 0x7F.
Focusing Object Distance Setting
Set the object distance range.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x58 Distance 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x58 Distance 0x00 Distance 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Distance: The value for indicating the object distance range limit that the camera can be
focused.
1. In case of “0x00”: Focusing range = From 1 cm To infinite
2. In case of “0x01”: Focusing range = From 10 cm To infinite
3. In case of “0x02”: Focusing range = From 50 cm To infinite
4. In case of “0x03”: Focusing range = From 1 m To infinite
5. In case of “0x04”: Focusing range = From 3 m To infinite
6. In case of “0x05”: Focusing range = From 5 m To infinite
7. In case of “0x06”: Focusing range = From 10 m To infinite
8. In case of every other value: The focusing range remains unchanged.
Focus Lens FAR Direction Step Move Command
This command moves the focus lens by a specific step number in the direction of FAR.
Caution: This command is performed, when the focus mode is MANUAL or
PUSH_AUTO. And is not performed during Zooming.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x5D STEP CAM_ID C.S.
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Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x5D STEP 0x5D 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
STEP: The value specifying the number step to move the focus lens in the direction of FAR.
Focus Lens NEAR Direction Step Move Command
This Command moves the focus lens by a specific number step in the direction of
NEAR.
Caution: This command is performed, when the focus mode is MANUAL or
PUSH_AUTO. And is not performed during Zooming.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x5E STEP CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x5E STEP 0x5E 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
STEP: The value specifying the step number to move the focus lens in the direction of NEAR.
MENU OSD Display On/Off Command
This Command decides whether or not the MENU OSD is to be displayed on the screen
according to “INDEX”.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x6F INDEX CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x6F INDEX 0x6F 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
INDEX: The value, which selects the MENU OSD page or erases the MENU OSD on the
screen.
1. In case of INDEX = 0x00, the “Main Menu” OSD is displayed.
2. In case of INDEX = 0x01, the “Focus Sub Menu” OSD is displayed.
3. In case of INDEX = 0x02, the “White Balance Sub Menu” OSD is displayed.
4. In case of INDEX = 0x03, the “Exposure Sub Menu” OSD is displayed.
5. In case of INDEX = 0x04, the “Special Function Sub Menu” OSD is displayed.
6. In case of INDEX = 0x06, the “Function OSD Sub Menu” OSD is displayed.
7. In case of INDEX = 0x05 or > 0x06, the Menu OSD is erased.
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Camera ID Function OSD Display Mode On/Off Setting Command
This Command decides whether or not the Camera ID Function OSD is to be displayed
on the screen.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x96 OnOff CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x96 OnOff 0x96 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of INDEX = 0x00, the Camera ID Function OSD is not displayed.
2. In case of INDEX = 0x01, the Camera ID Function OSD is displayed.
3. In case of INDEX = every other value, No action is performed.
Each Sub Menu Items Initialization Command.
This Command initializes all data of each sub menu.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x97 INDEX CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x97 INDEX 0x97 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
INDEX: This is a value, which selects the sub MENU.
1. In case of INDEX = 0x00, the data of all Sub Menu are initialized.
2. In case of INDEX = 0x01, the data of “Focus Sub Menu” are initialized.
3. In case of INDEX = 0x02, the data of “White Balance Sub Menu” is initialized.
4. In case of INDEX = 0x03, the data of “Exposure Sub Menu” is initialized.
5. In case of INDEX = 0x04, the data of “Special Function Sub Menu” is initialized.
6. In case of INDEX = 0x06, the data of “Function OSD Sub Menu” is initialized.
Camera Control Status Register 3 Data Read Command
Read the status that the camera is controlled.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x9A 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x9A 0x00 CAM_CON3 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
CAM_CON3: This is a status value that the camera is currently controlled.
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Bit
Explanation
7
6
5
4
1: High Speed Zoom Tracking Mode
1: Normal Speed Zoom Tracking Mode
1: Auto Focus Zoom Tracking Mode at MANUAL or PUSH_AUTO Focus mode
Reserved.
0: Wide Burst Function OFF mode.
1: Wide Burst Function ON mode.
Reserved.
Reserved.
Reserved.
3
2
1
0
Zoom Tracking Mode Change Command
This command changes the zoom tracking mode according to MODE.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x9B MODE CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x9B MODE 0x9B 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of MODE = 0x00, the zoom tracking mode becomes MANUAL mode.
2. In case of MODE = 0x01, the zoom tracking mode becomes AUTO FOCUS mode.
3. In case of MODE = every other value, the zoom tracking mode is not changed.
Caution: This command is available when the focus mode is “MANUAL” or “PUSH AUTO”
mode.
Back Light Control Mode Setting Command
This command sets the back light mode of the camera according to MODE.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x9C MODE CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x9C MODE 0x9C 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of MODE = 0x00, the back light mode becomes OFF mode.
2. In case of MODE = 0x01, the back light mode becomes ON mode.
3. In case of MODE = 0x02, the back light mode becomes AUTO mode.
4. In case of MODE = 0x03, the back light mode becomes SUPER mode.
5. In case of MODE = every other value, the back light mode remains unchanged.
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Back Light Control Mode Read Command
This command reads the current back light mode of the camera.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x9D 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x9D 0x00 MODE 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of MODE = 0x00, the current back light mode is OFF mode.
2. In case of MODE = 0x01, the current back light mode is ON mode.
3. In case of MODE = 0x02, the current back light mode is AUTO mode.
4. In case of MODE = 0x03, the current back light mode is SUPER mode.
Wide Burst Function On/Off Control Command
This command controls the wide burst function of the camera according to ONOFF.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x9E ONOFF CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x9E ONOFF 0x9E 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of ONOFF = 0x00, the wide burst function becomes OFF mode.
2. In case of ONOFF = 0x01, the wide burst function becomes ON mode.
3. In case of ONOFF = every other value, the wide burst function mode remains unchanged.
Red Control Gain Adjust Command
This command adjusts the red control gain of the camera.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0xA4 R_Cont CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0xA4 R_Cont 0xA4 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
R_Cont: The value, which adjusts the red control gain of the camera.
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Red Control Gain Read Command
This command reads the current red gain of the camera.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0xA5 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0xA5 0x00 R_Cont 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
R_Cont: The value, which is currently assigned to the red control gain of the camera.
Blue Control Gain Adjust Command
This command adjusts the blue control gain of the camera.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0xA6 B_Cont CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0xA6 B_Cont 0xA6 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
B_Cont: The value, which adjusts the blue control gain of the camera.
Blue Control Gain Read Command
This command reads the current blue gain of the camera.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0xA7 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0xA7 0x00 B_Cont 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
B_Cont: The value, which is currently assigned to the blue control gain of the camera.
MOSAIC Digital Effect On/Off control Command
This command switches the MOSAIC digital effect mode to ON or OFF according to
ONOFF.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0xA8 ONOFF CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
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0xC5 0xAA 0xA8 ONOFF 0xA8 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. In case of ONOFF = 0x00, the MOSAIC digital effect mode becomes OFF mode.
2. In case of ONOFF = 0x01, the MOSAIC digital effect mode becomes ON mode.
3. In case of ONOFF = every other value, the MOSAIC digital effect mode remains
unchanged.
The Object Distance Range Data Read Command
This command reads the object distance range data assigned the camera.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x59 0x00 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x59 0x00 0x00 Distance 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
Distance: The index value, which indicates the current object distance range that the camera can
be focused.
1. In case of Distance = “0x00”, the Focusing range = From 1 cm To infinite
2. In case of Distance = “0x01”, the Focusing range = From 10 cm To infinite
3. In case of Distance = “0x02”, the Focusing range = From 50 cm To infinite
4. In case of Distance = “0x03”, the Focusing range = From 1 m To infinite
5. In case of Distance = “0x04”, the Focusing range = From 3 m To infinite
6. In case of Distance = “0x05”, the Focusing range = From 5 m To infinite
7. In case of Distance = “0x06”, the Focusing range = From 10 m To infinite
User Title Display ON Command
This command displays the user title on the screen.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x67 0x00 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x67 0x00 0x00 0x00 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
User Title Display OFF Command
This command does not display the user title on the screen.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x68 0x00 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
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Camera → PC
0xC5 0x68 0x00 0x00 0x00 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
User Title String Editing Command
This command edits the user title string.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x66 INDEX CHAR CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x66 INDEX CHAR INDEX 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
1. INDEX: The index value, which indicates the character position of the user title string in
order to edit. The range of this value is from 0x00 to 0x09.
2. CHAR: The code value in order to edit the character pointed by “INDEX”
CHAR
Character
CHAR
Character
CHAR
Character
0x00
‘A’
0x1A
‘a’
0x34
‘0’
0x01
‘B’
0x1B
‘b’
0x35
‘1’
0x02
‘C’
0x1C
‘c’
0x36
‘2’
0x03
‘D’
0x1D
‘d’
0x37
‘3’
0x04
‘E’
0x1E
‘e’
0x38
‘4’
0x05
‘F’
0x1F
’f’
0x39
‘5’
0x06
‘G’
0x20
‘g’
0x3A
‘6’
0x07
‘H’
0x21
‘h’
0x3B
‘7’
0x08
‘I’
0x22
‘I’
0x3C
‘8’
0x09
‘J’
0x23
’j’
0x3D
‘9’
0x0A
‘K’
0x24
‘k’
0x3E
‘.’
0x0B
‘L’
0x25
’l’
0x3F
‘,’
0x0C
‘M’
0x26
‘m’
0x40
‘´’
0x0D
‘N’
0x27
‘n’
0x41
‘?’
0x0E
‘O’
0x28
‘o’
0x42
‘•’
0x0F
‘P’
0x29
‘p’
0x43
‘Ž’
0x10
‘Q’
0x2A
‘q’
0x44
‘×’
0x11
‘R’
0x2B
’r’
0x45
‘:’
0x12
‘S’
0x2C
‘s’
0x46
‘v ’
0x13
‘T’
0x2D
’t’
0x47
‘w ’
0x14
‘U’
0x2E
‘u’
0x48
‘<’
0x15
’V’
0x2F
’v’
0x49
‘>’
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0x16
‘W’
0x30
‘w’
0x4A
‘/’
0x17
’X’
0x31
‘x’
0x4B
‘ä’
0x18
‘Y’
0x32
‘y’
0x4C
‘-’
0x19
‘Z’
0x33
‘z’
0x4D
Blank
Function OSD Display On/Off Setting Command
This command indicates whether each function OSD of the camera is displayed on the
screen.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0x6B INDEX ONOFF CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0x6B INDEX ONOFF INDEX 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
INDEX: The index value to select whether or not to display the function OSD.
ONOFF: The value, which indicates whether the selected function OSD is or not displayed.
1. In case of ONOFF = 0x00, the selected function OSD is not displayed on the screen.
2. In case of ONOFF = 0x01, the selected function OSD is displayed on the screen.
3. In case of every other value, the display status of the selected function OSD remains
unchanged.
Index
Explanation
0x00
Select the general function OSD.
0x01
Reserved.
0x02
Select the function OSD that is related to the Camera ID.
0x03
Select the function OSD that is related to the Zoom Magnitude.
0x04
Select the function OSD that is related to the User Title.
0x05
Select the function OSD that is related to the Power On Initial Title.
Dark Fade ON (Video Mute) Command
This command mutes the video signal out.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x54 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x54 0x00 0x54 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
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Dark Fade OFF (Video Mute Release) Command
This command releases the video signal, which is muted.
PC → Camera
0xC5 0xAA 0x55 0x00 CAM_ID C.S.
Camera → PC
0xC5 0xAA 0x55 0x00 0x55 0xXX 0xXX 0xXX C.S.
9.3 Key Code Table
Key Variable
Key Code
KN_NOT
0x00
KN_TELE
0x01
Description
No key function will operate.
Perform Zoom Tracking to TELE side by slow speed. In case of
displaying the MENU, it operates as the “MENU selection scroll up“.
Perform Zoom Tracking to TELE side by high speed. In case of
KN_HTELE
0x02
displaying the MENU, it operates as the “MENU selection scroll up“.
Perform Zoom Tracking to WIDE side by slow speed. In case of
KN_WIDE
0x03
displaying the MENU, it operates as the “MENU selection scroll
down“.
Perform Zoom Tracking to WIDE side by high speed. In case of
KN_HWIDE
0x04
displaying the MENU, it operates as the “MENU selection scroll
down“.
In the manual focus mode, move the Focus lens to “FAR“ side
KN_FAR
0x08
quickly. In case of displaying the MENU, it operates as the
“Decrease the data of a selected item on the MENU“.
In the manual focus mode, move the Focus lens to “NEAR“ side
KN_NEAR
0x09
quickly. In case of displaying the MENU, it operates as the “Increase the
data of a selected item on the MENU“.
In the manual focus mode, move the Focus lens to “FAR“ side by 1
KN_SFAR
0x0A
step. In case of displaying the MENU, it operates as the “Decrease the
data of a selected item on the MENU“.
In the manual focus mode, move the Focus lens to “NEAR“ side by 1
KN_SNEAR
0x0B
step. In case of displaying the MENU, it operates as the “Increase the
data of a selected item on the MENU“.
KN_STOP
0x0C
Stop all key actions that are being performed currently. After using the
key action, the camera has to be notified by the stop of key action.
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KN_BL
0x1A
Switch the BACKLIGHT mode (ON / OFF).
KN_FLICKER
0x1B
Switch the FLICKERLESS mode (ON / OFF).
KN_NEGA
0x1E
Switch the NEGATIVE mode (Negative / Positive).
KN_BW
0x21
Switch the MONOCHROME mode (Monochrome / Color).
KN_DZOOM
0x22
Switch the Digital Zoom mode (ON / OFF).
KN_OSD
0x24
Switch the Key function OSD (ON / OFF).
KN_MENU
0x25
Switch the main MENU (ON / OFF).
KN_M_UP
0x27
Increase the data of a selected item on the main MENU.
KN_M_DN
0x28
Decrease the data of a selected item on the main MENU.
KN_POWER
0x32
Switch the power of the Camera (ON / OFF).
In the manual focus mode, move the Focus lens to “FAR“ side slowly.
KN_R_FAR
0x38
In case of displaying the MENU, it operates as the “Decrease the data of
selected item in MENU“.
In the manual focus mode, move the Focus lens to “NEAR“ side slowly.
KN_R_NEAR
0x39
KN_AM_P
0x3F
KN_RS_SSCup
0x40
KN_RS_SSCdn
0x41
KN_RS_IRISup
0x42
KN_RS_IRISdn
0x43
KN_RS_AGCup
0x44
KN_RS_AGCdn
0x45
KN_RS_BRTup
0x46
KN_RS_BRTdn
0x47
KN_RS_HUEup
0x4C
KN_RS_HUEdn
0x4D
In case of displaying the MENU, it operates as the “Increase the data of
selected item in MENU“.
According to Key selection mode, operate the key such as “AUTO/
MANUAL Toggle“ or “Push AUTO“.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Scroll up the “Shutter Speed“.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Scroll down the “Shutter
Speed“.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Scroll up the Iris level of lens.
The AE mode must be “IRIS MAN“, or “MANUAL“.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication : Scroll down the Iris level of lens.
The AE mode must be “IRIS MAN“, or “MANUAL“.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Scroll up the AGC level. The
AE mode must be “AGC MAN“, or “MANUAL“.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication : Scroll down the AGC level.
The AE mode must be “AGC MAN“, or “MANUAL“.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Scroll up the Brightness level.
The AE mode must be “AUTO”, “IRIS MAN“, or “AGC MAN“.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Scroll down the Brightness
level. The AE mode must be “AUTO“, “IRIS MAN”, or “AGC MAN“.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Scroll up the HUE level in
Hue White Balance mode.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Scroll down the HUE level in
Hue White Balance mode.
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KN_RS_WB_PU
SH
KN_RS_MITEM
_UP
KN_RS_MITEM
_DN
KN_RS_AMkey
_SET
KN_RS_INIT_S
ET
0x4E
0x4F
0x50
0x51
0x52
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Switch the Push White
Balance ON or OFF in Push White Balance mode.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: In case of displaying the
MENU. Scroll up the MENU item.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: In case of displaying the
MENU. Scroll down the MENU item.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Switch the Focus mode
“AUTO/MANUAL”, or “Push AUTO“.
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Reset the Camera mode to
default value.
KN_RS_SRPup
0x53
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Scroll up the Sharpness level.
KN_RS_SRPdn
0x54
Use for RS-232C Serial Communication: Scroll up the Sharpness level.
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10. SPECIFICATIONS
Note: Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
Signal System
NTSC Color
PAL Color
Image Pick-up Device
SONY 1/4” Super HAD High-Resolution Color CCD sensor
Total Pixels No.
811 (H) x 508 (V) 410K
795 (H) x 596 (V) 470K
Effective Pixels No.
768 (H) × 494 (V) 380K
752 (H) × 582 (V) 440K
S/N Ratio
More than 48 dB
Horizontal Resolution
More Than 470 TV Lines
Lens
22x Zoom (F1.6 ~ 3.7, f=3.9mm~85.8mm), Video AF
Min. Shooting Distance
0.01m (WIDE), 1.0m (TELE)
Minimum Illumination
0.7 Lux @F1.6
Digital Zoom Ratio
Basic x 16 (Total Zoom Ratio x352), x2 ~ x16 Variable
Synchronous System
Internal
OSD (On Screen Display) OSD On (Menu, Zoom,Focus,WBC,BLC, Shutter, CAM ID,User Title) / Off
Video Output
Composite Video 1 Vp-p, 75 Ohms, BNC
Audio output
2 Vp-p, 50 Ohms
Camera Control
Optional: RS-422/RS-485 or RS-232 (2.4K/4.8K/9.6K/19.2K BPS)
Protocol
AUTO/ NATIVE/ PELCO/ LG
Zoom Speed
5 Sec Mode / 7 Sec Mode / 9 Sec Mode
Focus Mode
Auto / Manual / Push Auto
Brightness Control
Manual (Brightness Up / Down)
White Balance
Auto / Hue / Indoor / Outdoor / Manual / Push Auto
Iris control
Auto / Manual (Iris Up / Down)
AGC Control
Auto / Manual (1 dB ~ 26 dB Control)
Day / Night
On / Off
Shutter Speed
1/60 ~ 1/30,000 Sec 29 Steps
1/50 ~ 1/30,000 Sec 29 Steps
Flickerless Mode
Off / On (1/100 Sec Shutter Set)
Off / On (1/120 Sec Shutter Set)
Back Light Compensation
On / Auto (Center / Up / Down / Left / Right) / Super / Off
Negative / Positive
Negative On / Off
Color Control
On / Off
Wide Burst
On / Off
Zoom / Focus Preset
128 Presets (Store with Internal EEPROM)
Remote Control
6-pin Dry Contact Connector: Tele, Wide, Near, Far, Menu, GND
Key Control
Tele (Up), Wide (Down), Near (+), Far (-), Menu
Operating Temperature
-10℃~50℃
Operation Humidity
0 % RH ~ 60 % RH
Supplied Voltage
12V ±10% (Recommendation 12 ±0.5V)
Power Consumption
Max 4.1W
Dimension
130mm(L) x 60mm(W) x 51mm(H)
* Letters in BOLD: Default Mode
* Dry Contact is either open under normal status (Normal Open) or close to GND under active status (connected to GND).
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