CCD Outdoor Dome Camera
Instruction Manual
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Camera Specifications
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Focus adjuster
General Specifications
Image Sensor
Sony 1/3" Super HAD-II
Effective Picture
Scanning Frequency
NTSC: 976(H) x 494(V)
PAL: 976(H) x 582(V)
NTSC: 60Hz
PAL: 50Hz
Minimum Illumination
Yes (supports installation check)
Power Source
12 VDC ±10% / 24 VAC ±20%
SDN:2.2W(Normal)
Operating Temperature
-10°C ~ +50°C
Storage Temperature
-20°C ~ +60°C
Lens
SDN
TDN
IR Optimizer
/
ON/OFF
IR LED Count
/
16 PCS
IR Illumination Wavelength
/
850 nm
IR Illumination Range
/
NTSC: 1/60 ~ 1/100000
IR OPTIMZER
OFF
ON
Full Range
ATW / Manual / Push / Push Lock / USER1,2
Indoor: 1800K~10500K Outdoor: 6500K~10500K
Auto White Balance Range
Mirror
OFF/V-FLIP/H-FLIP/HV-FLIP
Defog
ON/OFF
Sync System
INT /LL
Motion Detection
4 Areas
LENS SHD COMP
OFF
ON
Digital Noise Reduction
3D DNR
Digital Zoom
255X Max
DIS
ON/OFF
FLK LESS
PICT ADJUST
2nd video out
*Please refer to the following “Camera
Adjustment” for more information about
the connection.
DIS
EZOOM
PRIVACY MASK
Camera Adjustments and Programming
MOTION DET
In addition to the levers for Focus and Field of View ,
all settings are made by keys on the OSD control board.
Lens Specifications
1. Press the ENTER button, and the OSD Menu will be displayed.
Auto IRIS DC Lens
9 ~ 22 mm
2.8 ~10 mm
2. Use the Navigation Pad to select the desired menu option.
F1.4
F1.2
F1.2 ~ F360C
3. Pressing the ENTER button (on any item with the
or confirm the configuration.
F1.4 ~ F360C
Minimum Object Distance
Diagonal
Horizontal
Vertical
1m
41.9° ~ 16.3°
32.1° ~ 13.1°
23.3° ~ 9.8°
LOW / MID / HIGH(*4)
LOW / MID / HIGH / OFF
0~6
ON/OFF
BURST
BURST
ON/OFF
CNTL SIGNAL
INT/EXT1/EXT2
DELAY CNT
DAY->NIGHT
NIGHT->DAY
MODE
AUTO
CENTER
﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍
TOP
BOTTOM
LEFT
RIGHT
WEIGHT
LEVEL
0-12
IR LED
OFF
FIX
DAY/NIGHT
0.15 m
125.0° ~ 36.0°
94.6° ~ 28.8°
68.4° ~ 21.6°
Navigation Pad
ENTER button
SYS SETTING
symbol) will open the sub-menu
SETUP MENU
Dow
n
1/2
SENCE SELECT
PICT ADJUST
EZOOM
DIS
PRIVACY MASK
MOTION DET
SYS SETTING
NEXT
CUSTOM
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4. Use the Navigation Pad to move the cursor to EXIT; then press the ENTER button to
write the new settings to memory and complete the configuration.
5.To move to next page of the OSD menu, select and press ENTER. Similarly, to move
to the previous page of the OSD menu (or to move one hierarchy level up), select or
RETURN and press ENTER.
6. To quit or give up the configuration, select EXIT and press ENTER to the sub menu to
select NOT SAVE.
7. To reset the camera to the factory setting, select CAMERA RESET and press ENTER (if
CAMERA RESET is not visible on the OSD menu, please select NEXT/BACK and press
ENTER until CAMERA RESET appears).
EXIT
PATTERN
POSH
POSV
LEVEL
OFF
ON
LEVEL
LEVEL MIN
LEVEL MAX
COLOR GAIN
OFF
ON
PATTERN
POSH
POSV
LEVEL
0~ 6
0~ 6
0~ 8
0~ 8
00~ 15
000 ~ 255
001 ~ 255
001 ~ 255
LOW / MID / HIGH
SET1 / SET2 / SET3
000 ~ 959
000~490
OFF / LOW / MID / HIGH
SET1 / SET2 / SET3
000 ~ 959
000~490
LOW / MID / HIGH
MODE
MODE
AUTO/OFF/ON
ANTI CR
Lens Specifications
F-No.
OFF
ON
OFF
AUTO
DEFOG(*5)
OSD control board
ON
Up to 15 Masks
Privacy Zone
Focal Length
CONTRAST
CLEAR FACE
COLOR NIGHT
44.8 dB
White Balance Control
000 ~ 255
CLIP LEVEL
IR SHADE COMP
UP
Rubber sealing o-rings x 4
Torx key bit x 1
Wall plugs x 4
T3 1/4” screws x 4
Rubber caps x 4
½” cable entry grommet (3/4" Grommet fitted to enclosure) x 1
¾” threaded sealing plug (1/2” sealing plug fitted to enclosure) x 1
O-ring (fitted on¾” threaded sealing plug) x 1
Power lead x 1
External OSD board x 1
LEVEL
DAY
NIGHT
AUTO
000 ~ 255
000 ~ 255
000 ~ 255
000 ~ 255
00 ~ 63
Control Board Connector
n
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DNR
DAY/NIGHT
RGAIN
BGAIN
RGAIN
BGAIN
LEVEL
IR AREA
Dow
Hardware Kit Contents
ATR-EX(*3)
OFF
ATR-EX
/ PAL: 1/50 ~ 1/100000
Backlight Compensation (BLC)
Field of View
PUSH LOCK
OFF
HLC
BLC(*2)
OFF/ATR-EX
AGC Gain Control
Iris Range
HLC/BLC
1/50 (1/60), 1/120 (1/100), 1/250, 1/500, 1/1K, 1/2K, 1/4K, 1/10K
ON/OFF
Product illustration only for installation or adjustment reference,
please take the product as standard.
Product specifications subject to change without notice. Certain product names
mentioned herein may be trade names and/or registered trademarks of other companies.
AES
MES
High-Light Compensation (HLC)
Lens Type
USER2
001 ~ 250
6.0DB ~ 44.8DB
AUTO / OFF
256FLD ~ 1/10000
6.0DB ~ 44.8DB
256FLD ~ 1/10000
6.0DB ~ 44.8DB
000 ~ 255
001∼255
001∼255
INDOOR / SUNNY / SHADE / AUTO
20 m
ATR-EX
Thank you for purchasing this product. Before operating this unit, please read this
sheet carefully. For detailed descriptions about the unit’s specification,
please refer to the following content.
USER1
AE LEVEL
AGC MAX
SENS UP
SHUTTER
AGC MAX
SHUTTER
AGC MAX
SPEED
DELAY CNT
ATW FRAME
ENVIRONMENT
UP
About this Sheet
PUSH
*Note: Product illustration only for installation or adjustment reference,
please take the product as standard.
9-22 mm / 2.8-10 mm
Day/Night
This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
ATW(*1)
Field of view adjuster
/ TDN: 2.2W(Normal) , IR On: 5.1W(Max)
Functional Specifications
FCC COMPLIANCE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from the receiver circuit.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced Radio/TV technician for help.
CISPR 22 WARNING:
This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be
required to take adequate measures.
POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS:
For use with listed Audio/Video product and only connected to 15W or less power supply.
*Power supply should be a NEC Class 2 / LPS Supply.
EQUIPMENT MODIFICATION CAUTION:
Equipment changes or modifications not expressly approved by seller.
The party responsible for FCC compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment and could create a
hazardous condition.
FIX
WHITE BAL
1.0VppComposite (75Ω BNC unbalanced connector)
Power Consumption
Immunity: - CE:
--EN55024
--EN50130-4
MANUAL
MANUAL
2nd Video Output
Shutter Speed
AUTO
50dB (100 IRE, F1.2)
Video Output
Emissions: - CE:
--EN55022
--EN55011
- FCC:
--47 CFR Part15 Subpart B
--ANSI C63.4
--ICES-003
SHUTTER /
AGC
Day Mode 0.3Lux(F1.2,50IRE, AGC ON,IR Off), Night Mode 0 Lux (IR ON)
S/N Ratio
V531-DC034-S03
Ver.06/2015
FULL AUTO
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
BACKLIGHT
ITS
CUSTOM
700 TVL
Resolution
Regulatory Compliance
SCENE SELECT
NTSC / PAL
TV System
700 TVL Day / Night
Color Camera
Camera OSD Menu
Camera Overview
GAIN CNTL
SHUTTER FIX
GAIN CNTL
SHUTTER FIX
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
HUE
COLOR GAIN
ON/OFF
OFF
ON
MAG/PAN/TILT
AREA SEL
1~15
DISPLAY
OFF / ON
POSITION
WHITE / BLACK / RED /GREEN / BLUE /
COLOR
YELLOW / CYAN / MAGENTA
TRANSP
0.00 / 0.50 / 0.75 / 1.00
OFF / ON
MOSAIC
DETECT SENSE
OFF
INTERVAL
ON
BLOCK DISP
MASK AREA
MOTION AREA
AREA SEL
MODE
TOP
BOTTOM
LEFT
RIGHT
SYNC MODE
INT/LL(*6)
LENS
MANUAL
AUTO
TYPE
MODE
ADJUST
SPEED
FLIP
OFF/V/H/VH
LCD/CRT
COMMNUNICATION
PROTOCOL
ADDRESS
BAUDRATE
DATABIT
PARITY
STOPBIT
CAMERA ID
OFF
ON
POS
1~4
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LANGUAGE
VERSION
MAINTENANCE
EXIT
ENGLISH/中文/ESPANOL/PORTUGUES/PYCCKNN/FRANCAIS/DEUTSCH/日本語
W.PIX MASK
CAMERA RESET
SAVE
NOT SAVE
CANCEL
BACK
MANUAL
RUN
BACK
DATA CLEAR
AUTO
REGISTRATION
REG.POINT
CURSOR COLOR
BLINK
REG.NUMBER
This can not be changed except CUSTOM mode.
Installation
1
Prepare the dome for installation
3
1.1 Remove dome cover by loosening four cover screws using the supplied Torx drvier.
1.2 Remove camera assembly (if fitted) to have the dome ready for installation.
1.3 Choose a mounting method from A, B and C to continue to Step 2.
Precautions
Do not attempt to dismantle the camera module mounted
within the dome. There are no user serviceable parts within the
camera module. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
C
C
Handle the camera with care. Do not abuse the camera.
Avoid striking or shaking it. Improper handling and storage
could damage the camera.
A
Do not operate the camera beyond its temperature,
humidity or power source rating. Please refer to the
environmental information provided overleaf.
A
C
C
Emissions
B1’
A
B1’
E2
E3
B
E7
E1
Flush mount using locking arms
Turn silver-colored screws
clockwise to first extend the
locking arms and then tighten
them against the mounting
surface. Tighten the screws
sufficiently to compress the
o-ring moisture seals located
underneath the screwheads,
however: DO NOT
OVERTIGHTEN.
E7
E6
E4
E8
C
Surface mount using outer ring
Rubber o-rings to
maintain moisture seal
when fixing externally.
Weather Resistance
6
Remove Camera Liner
Lift the camera liner (H1) from the
chassis (H2) to provide full access
to the camera.
E1: Threaded base cable entry
( ¾” sealing plug (E8) and
cable entry grommet (E9)
supplied)
E2: Washer and screw cable
retainer
E3: Threaded side entry (with ½”
sealing plug (E8) fitted)
E4: Outer ring large knock-out for
conduit entry
E5: Outer ring small knock-out for
cable-only entry
E6: Large rubber gasket
E7: Cover index slots
E8: Cable entry sealing plugs
E9: Cable access grommet
E7
Flush mount using screws
B1
FCC COMPLIANCE: This equipment complies with Part 15 of
the FCC rules for intentional radiators and Class B digital devices
when installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual.
Following these rules provides reasonable protection against harmful
interference from equipment operated in a commercial area.
This equipment should not be installed in a residential area as
it can radiate radio frequency energy that could interfere with
radio communications, a situation the user would have to fix at their
own expense.
Open the required cable entry
Two options for cable entry: either (E1) base cable entry or (E3) side cable entry.
For surface mount, use (E3) to go with either (E4) or (E5).
As required, rotate the outer ring to align knock-outs with side cable entry.
Unused cable entries should be blanked with sealing plugs (E8).
For internal applications without conduit,, a slotted cable grommet (E9) should be
used to prevent dust ingress.
For external applications, conduit should be used to carry cables into the housing.
E7
H1:Camera liner
H2: Camera chassis
E9
E5
IP66 Rated
2
4
Use Template to Prepare Mounting Area
Mounting methods
There are three mounting ways:
A: Flush mount using screws
B: Flush mount using locking arms
C: Surface mount using the outer ring
Note: Always use the template provided.
B. Using locking arms:
Flush mount
Create an aperture in the mounting surface to a
diameter of 4.3”(110mm) as indicated by “T5”.
A. Using screws:
Create two holes at template
positions “T2” of diameter ¼”(7mm) and
insert a wall plug into each.
Use 2 x (no.12 x 1½”) screws.
Place the enclosure (with the
locking arms retracted) into the opening.
Use a cross-head screwdriver to rotate the
screws B1 (See Step 1) until the locking arms,
face of the mounting surface. Tighten the screws
sufficiently to compress the o-ring moisture seals
located underneath the screwleads, however:
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
Surface mount
C. Using the outer ring:
Create four holes of diameter ¼”(7mm) at
template positions “T1”. Use 4 x wall
plugs and 4 x (no. 12 x 1½”) screws.
When mounting externally, use a rubber
o-ring at each mounting hole in the base to
ensure moisture resistance.
4.1 Connect F1 and F2 to your video-out and power-in cables.
4.2 If needed, use F8 (wire-ended adapter lead) with power supply cables.
Note: (1) 12VDC: Connect the red lead to +ve and black lead to -ve.
(2) 24VAC: Connect either way; polarity is not important.
4.3 Connect the camera to F4
4.4 To focus the camera, use F3, a service jack for temporary video connection.
.
Alarm Common Black
Alarm Brown
Red
GND
D/N Switch Orange
RS485- Yellow
RS485+ Green
Cable entry (in all cases)
Use either the base cable entry “T3” or the side
cable entry “T4” (or E3 and E4 in Step 3).
Both cable entries are threaded for use with
locking collars (threads are ¾ NPT on the base
and ½” NPT on the side knockout).
T1
When mounting externally using the four
base holes, use the supplied rubber o-rings
(See C in Step 1) within the mounting holes to
ensure a moisture resistance. Ensure
the cable entry through either knockout panels
is suitably sealed against moisture ingress.
Regardless of whether the locking arms are
used for installation or folded away (in favor
of another installation method), always ensure
the locking arms screws are tight enough to
compress the rubber o-rings to maintain
the moisture seal.
T1
F10
F2
GND
F6
12VDC
F3
F9
F8
F7
F10
F6
Adjust Camera Position and Test
Rotate and pan the camera chassis to the required position
and then tighten the camera chassis locking screws.
Cautions
To avoid damage to the lens mount,
tilt and pan the lens by holding onto the two bars (I2) on the disk.
DO NOT USE THE LENS TO POSITION THE CAMERA.
NEC Class 2 / Limited
Power Source Supply
Required
F1
When mounting externally
T2
7
Connect the wiring
Note: Do not attempt to adjust the camera position
by holding the lens as this will cause
damage to the camera.
F1: Video output
F2: Power 12VDC or
24VAC input
F3: Service jack socket
F4: Camera lead fly
connector
F5: Cable trap pillar, washer
and screw
F6: RS485/ Alarm/ D/N Switch
F7: OSD controller connector
F8: Wire-ended power
adaptor lead
F9: OSD lead to camera
F10: RS 485 Terminal
Resister Switch
Make adjustments by tilting and
rotating the gimble assembly.
DO NOT rotate/tilt the disk beyond
its maximum allowed range
(350/80 degrees), or
damage may occur.
F9
F4
F5
Note
T5
T3
Using one of the mounting
schemes discussed above, fix
the dome enclosure (and outer
ring, if necessary) in place.
When flush mounting or surface
mounting using the outer ring,
ensure that the large rubber
gasket (E6) is in place under
the lip of the dome enclosure.
IMPORTANT: If the dome is being
mounted externally using the four
base holes, use the supplied
rubber o-rings within each of the
four mounting holes of the dome
base to ensure moisture resistant
seals (see C in Step 1).
5
8
Fit Camera Assembly
Place the complete camera assembly (G1) onto
the three mounting pillars (G2) and tighten three
gimbal screws.
G2
Replace Camera Liner
Carefully fit the camera liner (J1) over the focused
camera so that it locates fully on the top ring of the
camera chassis (J2) and provides an unobstructed
view for the camera lens.
J1: Camera liner
G2
J2: Camera chassis
G2
T4
T1
T1
T2
G1
9
Replace Dome Cover
Replace the dome cover (four small internal ribs within the cover locate within
four corresponding index slots (E7) within the enclosure body - these restrict the lid
to only four possible orientations and ensure that the cover screw holes are correctly
aligned). Use the supplied Torx key to tighten the four cover screws.
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
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