4-Channel Multi-Directional Camera

4-Channel Multi-Directional Camera
4-Channel Multi-Directional Camera
User Manual
HCM-9020VQ
4-Channel Multi-Directional Camera
User Manual
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Safety information
● Safety information
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RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
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INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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WARNING
• To prevent damage which may result in fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
• To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the installation instructions.
WARNING
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specified in the specification sheet.
Using any other adapter could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to the product.
2. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause explosion, fire, electric shock, or damage to the product.
3. Do not connect multiple cameras to a single adapter. Exceeding the capacity may cause abnormal heat generation or fire.
4. Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. insecure connection may cause fire.
5. When installing the camera, fasten it securely and firmly. The fall of camera may cause personal injury.
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Safety information
6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal parts, etc.) or containers filled with water on top of the camera. doing so may cause personal
injury due to fire, electric shock, or falling objects.
7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
8. If any unusual smells or smoke come from the unit, stop using the product. in such case, immediately disconnect the power source and contact the service
center. continued use in such a condition may cause fire or electric shock.
9. If this product fails to operate normally, contact the nearest service center. never disassemble or modify this product in any way. (samsung is not liable for
problems caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.)
10. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product. doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
CAUTION
1. Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong shock to it. Keep away from a location subject to excessive vibrationor magnetic interference.
2. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 55°C), low temperature (below -30°C), or high humidity. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
3. If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off the power and then move or reinstall it.
4. Remove the power plug from the outlet when then there is a lightning. Neglecting to do so may cause fire or damage to the product.
5. Keep out of direct sunlight and heat radiation sources. It may cause fire.
6. Install it in a place with good ventilation.
7. Avoid aiming the camera directly towards extremely bright objects such as sun, as this may damage the CMOS image sensor.
8. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
9. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time.
10. Do not expose the camera to radioactivity. Radioactivity exposure may damage the CMOS.
4_ Safety information
FCC Statement
● Safety information
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions :
1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
CAUTION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference
in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
IC Compliance Notice
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference.-Causing Equipment
Regulations of ICES-003.
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Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details of where and how they can take these items
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Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract.
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Important safety instructions
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type
plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet,
consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
13. Unplug this apparatus when a card is used. Use caution when moving the cart/ apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as
powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed
to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
15.This product is intended to be supplied by a Listed Power Supply Unit marked “Class 2” or “LPS” and rated from 24 Vac (50/60 Hz)
min.0.6 A or 12 Vdc, min.0.7 A.
16.If you use excessive force when installing the product, the camera may be damaged and malfunction.
If you forcibly install the product using non-compliant tools, the product may be damaged.
17.Do not install the product in a place where chemical substances or oil mist exists or may be generated. As edible oils such as soybean oil may damage or warp
the product, do not install the product in the kitchen or near the kitchen table.
This may cause damage to the product.
18.When installing the product, be careful not to allow the surface of the product to be stained with chemical substance.
Some chemical solvents such as cleaner or adhesives may cause serious damage to the product’s surface.
19.If you install/disassemble the product in a manner that has not been recommended, the production functions/performance may not be guaranteed.
Install the product by referring to “Installation & connection” in the user manual.
20.Installing or using the product in water can cause serious damage to the product.
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Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus
6_ Safety information
1. Users should not disassemble the camera arbitrarily.
2. Users should be careful of handling the camera. Users should not punch or shake the camera. They should be careful of not causing
damage due to careless keeping or wrong operation.
3. The camera should not be installed in places where it rains or there is high humidity. It should not be operated under wet environments.
4. The camera surface should not be cleaned by harsh abrasive. When it gets dirty, it should be cleaned with dry towel.
5. The camera is installed in cool places where there is no direct sunlight.
The direct sunlight may cause bad affect on the product.
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● Safety information
Precautions for Installation and Use
Contents
Introduction
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10
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Characteristics
Components
Names and Designations of each parts
Installation
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Precautions before installation
How to install the camera
How to adjust camera angle of 4 sensor module
How to adjust the camera monitoring direction
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How to configure OSD menu of each camera
Menu configuration
How to configure functions
Exposure compensation
Color
Day and night mode
Image ADJ
Motion
Privacy
Setup
Exit
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Specifications
Dimension
9
13
Connection
18
Camera operation
21
Troubleshooting
37
Specifications
8_ Contents
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How to connect cables
How to connect alarm output terminal
How to connect monitors
Troubleshooting
Introduction
yy High Definition AHD over Coax Technology
yy Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
yy 4x Panasonic® 1/3” CMOS Sensor
yy High Light Compensation (HLC)
yy Four Cameras in One, One Installation
yy Flexible Sensor Positioning with Magnets
yy 8 Megapixel Resolution at 30fps (4x 2.1MP)
yy 4.0mm X 2, 6.0mm X 2 Fixed Lenses
yy OSD Control Via Coaxial (UTC)
yy OSD Menu with Built-in Joystick
yy Secondary Video-BNC Output
yy SENS-UP Super Low Light Technology
yy True Day/Night Mechanical IR Cut Filter
yy Dynamic Range Compressor (DRC) Reveals Low Light Detail
● Introduction
Characteristics
yy Smart DNR™ 3D Digital Noise Reduction
yy Programmable Privacy Zones
yy Auto Gain Control (AGC)
yy Backlight Compensation (BLC)
yy Auto White Balance (AWB)
yy RS-485 Built-in
yy Auto Sensing 12V DC/24V AC with Line Lock
yy De-Fog™ Extreme Weather Image Compensation
yy IP66 Certified (Weather Resistant)
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Introduction
Components
Unpack the box, and check whether all components are included as follows.
Appearance
10_ Introduction
Product Name
Quantity
Use
Camera
1
4-Channel Multi-Directional Camera
Simple Instructions
1
Tapping screws
3
Used to install on ceilings, walls, etc.
Plastic anchors
3
To tighten screws to installation places. Inserted to
holes
(To reinforce the installation)
Template
1
Installation Guide
L wrench
1
Used for assembly and disassembly of dome covers
Product Name
Quantity
Use
For test monitoring
Cable
1
Camera test by
connecting with a portable display
Card-type moisture absorbent
2
Attached to the inner side of a dome cover
Power adapter and power cord
1
Used for power connection
(Solely used in Korea / optional)
Gang mount box plate
1
Plate for Gang mount box installation
(Solely used in Area of the Americas / optional)
Machine screws
3
Used to fix the camera when it is installed on gang
mount box plate
● Introduction
Appearance
Option
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Introduction
Names and Designations of each parts
1 Dome cover 2 Rotate Base : Rotate angle is adjusted.
3 Lens module : 4mm(x2), 6mm(x2)
4 Magnetic Track : Camera module is attached to magnetic board, and it
is possible to pan and adjust the camera.
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2
3
5 OSD function setting button : After displaying menus on the screen,
the function is used to select a menu
by moving in the up/down/right/left
direction or to change a value or state.
❻ 4-channel change-over switch: When entering the initial OSD Menu, it
is possible to configure after arbitrary
switch operation.
❼ 2nd Analog video output terminal : terminal for video output
verification during installation
8 RS485 Control terminal: It is connected to AHD DVR or a keyboard, and
cable of controlling OSD menus.
➒ Alarm output terminal: terminals to connect alarm output signals.
(e.g. flashing light)
❿ Video output terminal: AHD BNC output : 1-4 channels
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⓫ Power input terminal: 12V DC and 24V AC Dual Modes are supported.
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❿
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➒
➑
❼
12_ Introduction
❻
Installation
● Installation
Precautions before installation
Be well-informed of precautions before installation as follows.
yy The camera should be installed to a wall or ceiling that wears as much as 5-times weight of the camera.
yy When a cable is trapped in improper location or its skin is damaged, it may cause the product damage or fire.
yy Before installation, focus, zoom, etc. of the camera should be adjusted.
yy During installation, access by unnecessary persons should be prevented.
How to install the camera
How to disassemble
1. Use L wrench to loosen camera dome cover screws.
2. Remove the camera module protection PEfoam.
3. Remove the camera cap.
4. Remove the dome cover inner protection sticker.
5. Remove the dome cover outer protection sticker.
Dome cover protection
sticker (outer side)
Dome cover
Dome cover protection
sticker (inner side)
camera module protection
PEfoam
Lens cap
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Installation
When installing on a ceiling or a wall
1. Attach an installation template on a place you want, and drill 3
holes as shown in the picture.
Template
Plastic anchors
2. 3 anchors are driven into 3 holes above.
3. 3 given tapping screws are driven into anchors above to fix the
camera.
4. Connect a cable to the camera. Be careful not to damage the
cable. It should be trimmed up.
5. Refer to "How to adjust monitoring direction of the camera", and
adjust the lens in a direction you want.
Tapping screws
6. Assemble the dome cover into the body.
7. Remove the dome cover protection sticker.
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If a wall or ceiling is not strong enough to sustain the camera, it may
fall. So, after the installation surface is reinforced, it should be
installed.
Dome cover
Use L wrench to tightly fix dome cover screws.
14_ Installation
Dome cover protection
sticker (outer side)
1. Use 3 given screws to fix the camera into 3 gang mount box plates
(optional).
Gang mount box plate
(solely used in area of the
Americas / optional)
● Installation
When installing on gang mount box
2. Connect a cable to the camera. Be careful not to damage the
cable. It should be trimmed up.
3. Refer to "How to adjust monitoring direction of the camera", and
adjust the lens in a direction you want.
4. Assemble the dome cover into the body.
5. Remove the dome cover protection sticker.
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Use L wrench to tightly fix dome cover screws.
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Installation
How to adjust camera angle of 4 sensor module
It is possible to tilt and rotate the angle of each sensor module as follows.
0º
(0º when it is attached to the center of a
magnetic plate)
20 ~ 60º
(20 - 60º when it is attached to a side of a
magnetic plate)
Tilting
`` Monitoring direction adjustment
When a camera is fixed onto the ceiling, It is possible its direction.
Panning means rotation of the camera body left or right. Tilt
means up and down inclination. Rotation means turning on the
lens pivot.
- Panning angle is total 360°.
- Rotation angle is total 355º.
- Tilting angle is
1) fixed to 0º when it is attached to the center of a magnetic plate.
2) 20 - 60º when it is attached to a side of a magnetic plate.
16_ Installation
Rotation 355°
`` How to adjust
1. After attaching the camera on Magnetic board, the panning angle
is adjusted considering the monitoring direction.
2. The horizontal angle is adjusted such that the video reversal does
not occur during rotation.
3. Adjust the tilting angle to face on the monitoring direction.
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Since the camera module is made of magnet, it should be careful for
cable damage during disassembly.
1. 180
2. Random
1. 180
3. Random
2. Random
3. Random
3. Random configuration
2. Random configuration
1. 180° configuration
● Installation
How to adjust the camera monitoring direction
4. Random
4. Random
4. Random configuration
INSTALL GUIDE ANGLE
INSTALL GUIDE ANGLE
0°
20°
INSTALL GUIDE ANGLE
60°
0°
20°
60°
SIDE
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CENTER
SIDE of the image will
CENTER
When mounting the camera module on the side, the quality
not be guaranteed if the tilt angle of the camera exceeds the recommended angle.
When a camera module is installed at the right angle of 0º, it should be located on the center.
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Connection
How to connect cables
Refer to the following figure to connect the camera to external devices.
77 RS485
6 ALARM
6
5
5
AHD 4CH
4 AHD 3CH
3 AHD 2CH
3
2 AHD 1CH
1 Power
1 Power : The camera is connected to a proper power source. The camera
supports both 12V DC and 24V AC.
Following is the maximum power of the power supply
equipment.
DC12V : 0.7A / 6.7W (MAX_TDN ON)
AC24V : 0.6A / 7.3W (MAX_TDN ON)
2 ~ 5 1-4 ch AHD BNC outputs : AHD_Ch 1 to AHD_Ch 4 of each camera
are connected to a DVR that supports
AHD video.
18_ Connection
6 How to connect alarm terminal :
Alarm terminal connection method : Camera alarm cables are connected
to (+) and (-) terminals of sensor/alarm devices, and it operates in shortor open-circuit method according to alarm occurrence or not.
1# DOUT +
ORANGE
3# DOUT +
GREEN
2# DOUT +
YELLOW
4# DOUT +
WHITE
1# DOUT ╴
2# DOUT ╴
RED
BLUE
3# DOUT ╴
4# DOUT ╴
GRAY
BLACK
7 RS485 device connection method : RS485 cables are connected to (+)
and (-) terminals of a controller or DVR equipment.
1) WHITE cable : RS485 2) BLACK cable : RS485 +
Sensor
● Connection
How to connect alarm output terminal
Alarm
(flashing light)
 Alarm output terminal:(+): terminal to connect alarm output signals. (e.g. flashing light)
 Alarm output terminal:(-): common terminal to connect alarm output signals.
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When it is connected to devices (flashing light, siren, etc.) that use excessive voltage or current in Open-Collector method, it may be broke down.
When it is connected to devices that use excessive voltage or current, please refer to "Alarm output connection diagram".
1. Alarm operation :
Alarm terminal connection method : Camera alarm cables are
connected to (+) and (-) terminals of sensor/alarm devices, and
it operates in short- or open-circuit method according to alarm
occurrence or not.
1) Short circuit : for alarm output (50Ω short circuit)
2) Open circuit : for no alarm output (open circuit)
2. Alarm output load spec : 400V / 100mA
<Inside of the camera>
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Connection
How to connect monitors
Refer to the following figure to connect monitors through AHD DVR.
DC 12V/ AC 24V
REC
HDD
ALARM NETWORK BACKUP
AHD DVR
BNC Cable
POWER
BNC Cable
Monitor
L
D
R
UP
300.0
Installation monitor
2nd analog video output
yy Video cable (BNC cable)
A cable that connects a camera
video output terminal with DVR is
BNC coaxial cable as follows.
Recommended
distance
500m
Recommended cable
specification
5C2V
yy Dual power of 12V DC / 24V AC can be used. (Be careful the power polarity when the 12V DC is used.)
yy Every 4-channel camera can supply 2nd analog video output for on-site shooting.
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2nd analog video output for channels with 4-ch change-over function can be monitor for 60 seconds through an analog monitor.
In order to continuously monitor the same channel after 60 seconds, please change 4-ch change-over switch to a different channel and then
select a channel you want.
Be sure to connect devices while the power is off.
20_ Connection
Camera operation
A camera has 4 sensor modules, and each sensor module can configure its own OSD menu.
When a camera is configured, unique values are set to each sensor.
When OSD menu of each sensor module, one of the following options is selected.
1. There are BNC outputs for 4 AHD videos, each channel can communicate using UTC (Up the Coax).
BNC outputs of 4 AHD videos from a camera is connected to a DVR that supports UTC communication such as VMAX A1 or all-in-one DVR, it is possible to configure OSD menu of each channel by using UTC communication of DVR itself.
2. It is possible to remotely control OSD configuration of 4 channels by using external peripheral devices through RS485 communication.
3. There are OSD function configuration button and 4-ch change-over switch in OSD control board of the camera.
2nd analog video output of a selected channel can be displayed on CRT monitor by using 4-ch change-over switch, and it is possible to configure
OSD as well.
2nd analog video output can be checked by CRT monitor. 2nd analog video output availability is notified on the upper right corner of AHD video
for 60 seconds.
Please refer to images on the following page about switch configuration for each channel selection
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During the initial OSD menu entry, 4-ch change-over switch is arbitrarily modified just once for the first time, and then it is possible to enter OSD
menu according to each channel switch configuration.
OSD function setting
button
2nd analog video
output
4-ch change-over
switch
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● Camera operation
How to configure OSD menu of each camera
Camera operation
`` 4-ch change-over switch
eferring to the following image, users configure "4-ch change-over switch" to a sensor module they want.
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When "4-ch change-over switch" is set to each sensor module, OSD menu of the sensor module is set to "OSD function setting button.
2nd analog video output can be checked by CRT monitor. 2nd analog video output availability is notified on the upper right corner of AHD video
for 60 seconds.
BNC Local Output for Sensor #1
BNC Local Output for Sensor #3
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BNC Local Output for Sensor #2
BNC Local Output for Sensor #4
During the initial OSD menu entry, 4-ch change-over switch is arbitrarily modified just once for the first time, and then it is possible to enter OSD
menu according to each channel switch configuration.
22_ Camera operation
Function Configuration Menu
Function Configuration Menu
LENS
BRIGHTNESS /SHUTTER
DRC
OFF / LOW / MIDDLE / HIGH
BACKLIGHT
EXPOSURE
DEFOG
AGC
SENS-UP
3D DNR
RETURN
COLOR
OFF / x2 ~ x32
OFF / LOW / MIDDLE / HIGH
Move to the startup menu
RETURN
Move to the startup menu
COLOR GAIN
AGC THRES
AGC MARGIN
DELAY
SHARPNESS
GAMMA
MIRROR
FLIP
D-ZOOM
RETURN
MOTION
0 ~ 20
AUTO / COLOR / B&W
0 ~ 20
PRIVACY
0.45 ~ 0.75
OFF / ON
SENSITIVITY
0 ~ 10
ALARM OUT
OFF / ON
TEXT ALARM
BOX
POLYGON
RETURN
CAM TITLE
SETUP
FRAME RATE
LANGUAGE
INIT
RETURN
LOW / MIDDLE / HIGH
0 ~ 10
OFF / ON
DET WINDOW
CAM ID
0 ~ 20
Move to the startup menu
MOTION
RETURN
1 ~ 10
AUTO / AUTO-EX / PRESET
/MANUAL
RETURN
FUNCTION
OFF / ON
WHITE BAL
MODE
DAY&NIGHT
OFF / HLC / BLC / WDR
● Camera operation
Menu configuration
EXIT
SAVE&EXIT
OFF / ON
Move to the startup menu
OFF / ON
OFF / ON
Move to the startup menu
1~250
OFF / ON
1080_30P / 720_30P
16 languages
OFF / ON
Move to the startup menu
EXIT
RETURN
OFF / ON
x1.0 ~ x16.0
Move to the startup menu
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Camera operation
How to configure functions
Function configuration uses OSD function setting button inside the dome cover.
1. Push the OSD function setting button.
yy Enter into the function setting state. Displays the function setting menu on a monitor.
2. Select a function you want by pushing the OSD function setting button.
yy Adjust the OSD function setting button to indicate an item you want.
3. Use the OSD function setting button to change the current state.
4. If you want to end, select 'EXIT' button, and then push the OSD function setting button to end.
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You can move from a mode that has
to its lower menu by pushing the function setting button.
Modes with - - - cannot be used according to the function setting state.
OSD function setting
button
24_ Camera operation
MENU
EXPOSURE COLOR
DAY&NIGHT FUNCTION
MOTION PRIVACY
SETUP
EXIT
● Camera operation
Exposure compensation
Lens
The camera lens mode has default setting of "AUTO", and it automatically sets the camera IRIS.
It is possible to adjust the followings using lower menu of the Lens:
yy Brightness
changes the level according to the ambient brightness.
yy Shutter
Sets the shutter speed to Auto, Manual, or Flicker-less mode.
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Auto
- Indoor : is set under indoor environments.
- Outdoor : is set under outdoor environments.
- If Manual is set, the shutter spped can be adjusted as 1/30,1/60, 1/120 - 1/30000.
EXPOSURE
LENS BACKLIGHT
OFF
DRC OFF
DEFOG
OFF
AGC 10
SENS-UP
x4
3D DNR
HIGH
RETURN
LENS
BRIGHTNESS SHUTTER
RETURN
8
AUTO
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Camera operation
Backlight compensation
yy HLC (HIGH LIGHT COMPENSATION)
Bright area around the subject is masked with a pre-specified color, and it facilitates the subject
identification.
Masked weighing values can be user-configurable, and its level has 0-20.
0th level has more weighting values, and 20th level has less weighting values.
-- Level : sets HLC weighting values.
-- Color : sets masking colors.
`` Can be specified in the order of black, white, yellow, cyan, green, magenta, red, and blue.
yy BACK LIGHT COMPENSATION)
When it is difficult to identify due to the backlight of the subject, the backlighted area is set separately
to help identify the subject .
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H-POS: moves a Zone location right/left.
V-POS: moves a Zone location up/down.
H-Size: changes a horizontal Zone size.
V-Size: changes a vertical Zone size.
yy Wide Dynamic Range
When there is bright area around the subject indoors, the function helps simultaneously identify both
bright and bright areas around the subject. When one wants to uniformly adjust bright light area
from indoor video, weighting factors for the bright light are set to 'Low', 'Middle', and 'High' .
'Low' has a lower weighting factor, and 'High', higher.
EXPOSURE
LENS BACKLIGHT
OFF
DRC OFF
DEFOG
OFF
AGC 10
SENS-UP
x4
3D DNR
HIGH
RETURN
BACKLIGHT
LEVEL 10
COLOR
BLACK
RETURN
BACKLIGHT
H-POS 6
V-POS
6
H-SIZE
8
V-SIZE
8
RETURN
BACKLIGHT
LEVEL RETURN
26_ Camera operation
HIGH
It compensates and compresses bright and dark areas of captured videos to help to better understand
neighboring scenes.
Compensation level for dark and bright areas can be set by users. 'Low' has a lower weighting factor, and
'High', higher.
"But, when DEFOG mode is used, DRC menu setting is changed to "---" mode.
● Camera operation
DRC
EXPOSURE
LENS BACKLIGHT
OFF
DRC OFF
DEFOG
OFF
AGC 10
SENS-UP
x4
3D DNR
HIGH
RETURN
Defog
The mode is set to 'Auto' or 'Manual' by users in order to help to better identify foggy objects or ambient
scenes due to fog.
When DEFOG is set to 'Manual', its level can be set to 'Low', 'Middle', and 'High'.
"But, when DEFOG mode is used, DRC menu setting is changed to "---" mode.
yy Auto : DEFOG is automatically set according to any any operation environment.
yy Manual : Forces the DEFOG function to operate.
yy Level : changes DEFOG weighting factors.
EXPOSURE
LENS BACKLIGHT
OFF
DRC OFF
DEFOG
OFF
AGC 10
SENS-UP
x4
3D DNR
HIGH
RETURN
DEFOG
MODE LEVEL
AUTO
MIDDLE
RETURN
27
Camera operation
Auto Gain Control
It amplifies the gain of a video signal, and facilitates to see dark video as brightly. When it gets dark, it
becomes impossible to control the brightness only by IRIS or shutter speed. In that case, the function
amplifies AGC Gain. Only under dark environments, Gain is amplified, but under bright environments,
it is not.
The amplification level is 1 to 10 (0 is no amplification, and a higher value gives higher amplification.),
and it can be set by users.
"But, a higher level of AGC may increase the noise level as much as the brightness."
EXPOSURE
LENS BACKLIGHT
OFF
DRC OFF
DEFOG
OFF
AGC 10
SENS-UP
x4
3D DNR
HIGH
RETURN
SENS-UP
Under low light levels, users can set the mode for a better view of objects or ambient scenes, and its
default value is X2. Its setting level can be set to Off, X2, X4, X8, X16, and X32. A higher level produces
brighter video under low light levels. But, in a higher level, there may occur video echo phenomenon.
EXPOSURE
LENS BACKLIGHT
OFF
DRC OFF
DEFOG
OFF
AGC 10
SENS-UP
x4
3D DNR
HIGH
RETURN
3D DNR (3D Digital Noise Reduction)
Under dark environments, AGC function operates and produces more noise. The function decreases the noise to enhance the video quality.
There are 4 noise reduction levels as Off, Low, Middle, and High. At Off mode, there is the biggest noise, and at High mode, the smallest.
28_ Camera operation
● Camera operation
Color
White Balance
yy Auto
The feeling of screen color is automatically set to 2,400K° - 11,000K° to compensate the feeling of
color naturally.
yy Outdoor compensation
Users set the feeling of screen color to 2,500K° - 12,000K° to compensate the feeling of color naturally.
yy Preset
Under a specific environment, users set the feeling of screen color to compensate the feeling of color
naturally.
yy Manual
Users arbitrarily set the feeling of screen color to compensate the feeling of color naturally.
C-TEMP basic level is 5,000K°, the level can have one of 5000K°, 8000K°, and 3000K° .
R-Gain level of a warm feeling is "0-20", and users control the feeling of red color.
B-Gain level of a cold feeling is "0-20", and users control the feeling of blue color.
COLOR
WHITE BAL. MANUAL
COLOR GAIN
7
RETURN
WHITE BAL
C-TEMP 5000X
R-GAIN
10
B-GAIN
10
RETURN
Color Gain
yy Color gain
Users can naturally set a concentration level for the feeling of video image color.
The basic setting level is "7", the level varies 0-20.
COLOR
WHITE BAL. MANUAL
COLOR GAIN
7
RETURN
29
Camera operation
Day and night mode
Day and night mode setting
yy Auto
Users can set the Auto mode to produce day-time video with a natural feeling of color and night-time
video with vivid black and white image.
-- Duration : sets the starting time for Day and night mode to change. (The default setting value is 10.)
-- Range : sets a marginal value between day time and night time. If the range value is set so low, a
margin between day time and night time is so low and the day and night mode may be repeated
frequently. (The default setting value is 18.)
-- Dwell Time : sets a delay time of the day and night mode.
DAY&NIGHT
MODE
AUTO
AGC THRES
10
AGC MARGIN
18
DELAY LOW
RETURN
yy Color
maintains the color state regardless of ambient environments. When the color mode is set, Duration, Range, and Dwell Time cannot be changed to
"---" mode.
yy B&W
maintains the B&W state regardless of ambient environments.
When the B&W mode is set, Duration, Range, and Dwell Time cannot be changed to "---" mode.
30_ Camera operation
● Camera operation
Image ADJ
Sharpness
Compensates contours of the subject in video image to enhance its view.
The default setting is "3". The level varies 0(low level) to 20(high level), and can be set by users.
Gamma
User's contrast level adjustment appropriate for a monitor characteristic produces more natural video
for objects or ambient environments. It produces more natural video image on the monitor. The default
setting is "0.5". The level varies 0.45(bright image) to 0.75(dark image), and can be set among 7 levels
by users.
FUNCTION
SHARPNESS 3
GAMMA
0.5
MIRROR OFF
FLIP
OFF
D-ZOOM
1.0X
RETURN
H-REV / V-REV
yy H-REV_USE
It is possible to reverse video or image display on a monitor in the direction of left and right, and it
can be set by users.
yy V-REV_USE
It is possible to reverse video or image display on a monitor in the direction of up and down, and
it can be set by users.
H-REV / V-REV Off
H-REV On
V-REV On
H-REV / V-REV On
D-Zoom
Users can set the level in order to enlarge a subject in the central area of video image, and it can be set by users.
The default setting is "1.0X". The level varies 1.0X(no enlargement) to 16.X(max enlargement), and can be set among 150 levels by
users.
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Camera operation
Motion
Motion
Detects motion of the subject in video image. Displays it on motion-detection OSD, and can generate alarm signals to the outside.
Should control motion detection settings for each sensors.
Det Area
yy INDICATOR : displays MOTION ZONE on video.
yy SEL AREA : configures MOTION ZONE. (configures 4 kinds of Zones.)
yy Mode : uses or not each Zone.
yy DET H-POS : moves Zone left/right.
yy DET V-POS : moves Zone up/down.
yy DET H-Size : changes horizontal Zone size.
yy DET V-Size : changes vertical Zone size.
Sensitivity
sets the operation sensitivity.
OSD
displays the status of alarm occurrences.
yy Motion!! : When there is any motion in the camera video image, "Motion!!" alarm is generated.
32_ Camera operation
MOTION
MOTION
DET WINDOW
SENSITIVITY TEXT ALARM
ALARM OUT
RETURN
ON
5
OFF
ON
DET WINDOW
MOTION OSD OFF
WINDOW USE 0
WINDOW ZONE
ON
DET H-POS 0
DET V-POS 0
DET H-SIZE 60
DET V-SIZE 34
RETURN
● Camera operation
Privacy
Box
Specified area in video image can be hidden in a form of quadrangle in order to mask privacy
information.
It is possible to use 16 types of privacy masking areas. The camera supports quadrangle privacy masks.
yy Zone Num : selects 1-16 Zones.
yy Zone DISP : turns off or on a corresponding area and sets Privacy Zone.
yy H-POS : moves Zone left/right.
yy V-POS : moves Zone up/down.
yy H-Size : changes horizontal Zone size.
yy V-Size : changes horizontal Zone size.
yy Y LEVEL : sets Zone brightness.
yy CR LEVEL / CB LEVEL : sets Zone color.
yy Transparency : sets Zone transparency.
PRIVACY
BOX ON
POLYGON
OFF
RETURN
BOX
ZONE NUM ZONE DISP
H-POS V-POS H-SIZE V-SIZE Y LEVEL CB LEVEL CR LEVEL TRANS RETURN
0
ON
0
0
60
34
10
10
10
2
33
Camera operation
Polygon
Specified area in video image can be hidden in a form of polygon in order to mask privacy information.
It is possible to use 8 types of privacy masking areas. The camera supports high-quality polygon masks.
yy Zone Num : selects 1-8 Zones.
yy Mode : turns off or on a corresponding area and sets Privacy Zone.
yy H-POS : moves a polygon of a corresponding area horizontally.
yy v-POS : moves a polygon of a corresponding area vertically.
yy POS1-X : adjusts the upper right part left/right.
yy POS1-Y : adjusts the upper right part up/down.
yy POS2-X : adjusts the lower right part left/right.
yy POS2-Y : adjusts the lower right part up/down.
yy POS3-X : adjusts the lower left part left/right.
yy POS3-Y : adjusts the lower right part left/right.
yy Y LEVEL : sets Zone brightness.
yy CR LEVEL / CB LEVEL : sets Zone color.
yy Transparency : sets Zone transparency.
34_ Camera operation
PRIVACY
BOX ON
POLYGON
OFF
RETURN
BOX
ZONE NUM MODE
H-POS V-POS POS1-X POS1-Y POS2-X POS2-Y POS3-X POS3-Y Y LEVEL CB LEVEL CR LEVEL TRANS RETURN
0
ON
80
5
88
5
88
13
80
13
10
10
10
2
CAM ID
When RS-485 terminal is used to connect an external device, CAM ID is set to the same value to
communicate with.
Cam Title
Names or special characters can be added to camera video images.
It is configured that users can display a title on a screen.
It is possible to display a camera name on the upper right, upper left, lower right, or lower left corner of
the screen.
SETUP
CAM ID CAM TITLE FRAME RATE
LANGUAGE INIT
RETURN
● Camera operation
Setup
1
OFF
1080_30P
ENGLISH
OFF
FRAME RATE
Users can configure the default resolution of a video to 1080_30P or 720_30P.
Language
Users can select an OSD language among 16.
INIT
At the current specified channel, it is initialized to the initially configured OSD menu values.
When each channel is needed to be initialized, it can be executed by the corresponding channel menu.
35
Camera operation
EXIT
SAVE & EXIT
Changed values are saved and the device exits from the OSD Menu.
EXIT
Changed values are not saved and the device exits from the OSD Menu.
Return
Moves to the upper menu.
36_ Camera operation
EXIT
SAVE&EXIT EXIT
RETURN
Troubleshooting
● troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
If you think the system is out of order, please check the following items.
If the problem continues, please contact your local representative where you bought.
Troubles
How to solve
When you can see nothing on the screen
▶C
heck if the power is correctly connected and supplied.
When the screen is not clear
▶ Is there dust on the lens?
▶C
heck if coaxial cables are correctly connected.
Clean the lens with clean cloth or brush.
▶ Adjust the monitor state.
▶ When bright light comes in the screen, adjust the camera location or angle.
When the screen is dark
When color is not matched
When the screen blinks
▶ Check manual focus and zoom adjust of the lens. You'd better use a field test monitor.
▶ Adjust the state of a monitor or DVR.
▶C
heck if the termination process between systems is well done.
▶C
heck if 'White balance' is correctly set during the function setup.
▶ Check if the camera is headed for the Sun or fluorescent lights.
37
Specifications
Specifications
VIDEO
Category
HCM-9020VQ
Image Sensor
1/3" Panasonic 2M CMOS sensor x 4
Scanning System
Progressive scan
Active Pixels
Frequency
Signal Technology
Synchronization
Resolution
1,944(H) x 1,092(V) X 4ea pixels
60Hz / 50Hz
8 Megapixel AHD (4 x 2MP Sensors)
Internal
8.0 Megapixel (4x 1920x1080 Sensors)
Minimum Scene Illumination
Video Output
Color(at Day) : 0 .1Lux (4mm, F2.6, 30IRE)
/ 0.1Lux or below (6mm, F2.0, 30IRE)
B/W(at Night) : 0.01Lux (4mm, F2.6, 50IRE)
/ 0.01Lux or below (6mm, F2.0, 50IRE)
Alarm Output
4x Alarm Outputs
LENS
4x AHD 1080p at 30fps
Focal Length & Lens Type
4.0mm X 2, 6.0mm X 2 Fixed Lenses
Operating Temperature & Humidity
-30°C - +50°C / 90% RH or lower
※ When the power turn OFF → ON, it should be done at a temperature of -10°C or higher.
ENVIRONMENTAL
IP Rating
38_ Specifications
IP66 (Weather Resistant)
ELECTRICAL
Power Requirements
FCC, CE, ROHS
Power Consumption
Housing Material and Dimensions
Aluminum, 199 x 89.5 (7.83 x 3.52 In)
Weight
HCM-9020VQ
DC12V/AC24V Dual Voltage
DC12V : 0.7A / 6.7W (MAX_TDN ON)
AC24V : 0.6A / 7.3W (MAX_TDN ON)
MECHANICAL
● Specifications
Category
Other Certifications
4.4 lbs (2kg)
※ This specification may be modified for improvement without prior notification.
39
Specifications
Dimension
40_ Specifications
Unit : mm(inch)
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