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WPS-765-DOM-AH
DOME
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INSTALLATION MANUAL
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WPS-765-DOM-AH Installation Manual
Safety Instructions
This information is provided to ensure your safety and to prevent
physicalorfinancialloss.Pleasereadthisdocumentcarefullybeforeinstallingand
operatingthecamera.
1. Handle with care.
Usecautionwhenhandlingtoavoiddamagetosensitiveinternal
components.
2. Do not install camera under extreme temperatures.
Thiscameraonlyoperatesundertemperatureconditionsbetween-40˚F
and140˚F.
3. Do not mount the camera directly facing bright light sources.
Exposingthecameratostronglightoverlongperiodsoftimewill
damagethecamera’ssensor.
4. Do not supply voltage other than 12V DC or 24V AC.
Thiscameraregulatespowerwithinthisrange.Highervoltageswill
damagethecamera’selectroniccomponents.
5. Do not install camera in environments with extreme humidity.
Installingcamerainenvironmentswithextremehumiditymaycause
moisture to condense on the surface of the lens or dome cover,
whichcanaffectpicturequality.
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Table of Contents
1.Features
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2. Package Contents
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3. Wiring Recommendations
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3.1. Wiring Connections
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4. Installation Instructions
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5. Camera Operation Setup
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5.1. Focus, Zoom and Position
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5.2. Using the Test Adapter
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6. OSD Setup Menu
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6.1. Default Settings Description
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6.2. How to Navigate the OSD Setup Menu
6.2.1. OSD Joystick (Test Adapter)
6.2.2. How to Reset or Save Settings
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6.3. OSD Menu Structure Outline
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6.4. OSD Setup Menu Settings
6.4.1. SCENE SELECT
6.4.2. Advanced Menu (Sub-settings for Scene Select)
6.4.2.1. SHUTTER/AGC Menu
6.4.2.2. WHITE BALANCE Menu
6.4.2.3. HLC/BLC (High/Back Light Compensation)
6.4.2.4. WDR/ATR-EX
6.4.2.5. DNR
6.4.2.6. DAY/NIGHT Menu
6.4.2.7. IR OPTIMIZER
6.4.2.8. LENS SHD COMP 6.4.2.9. PICT ADJUST
6.4.2.10. EZOOM SETUP
6.4.2.11. DIS
6.4.2.12. PRIVACY MASK SETUP
6.4.2.13. MOTION DETECTION
6.4.2.14. SYSTEM SETTING
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6.4.2.15.
6.4.2.16.
6.4.2.17.
6.4.2.18.
6.4.3. EXIT MENU
COMMUNICATION
LANGUAGE
VERSION
MAINTENANCE
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7.Troubleshooting
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8. Specifications
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9.Dimensions
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10. 5-Year Limited Warranty
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11. Contacting Technical Support
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1. Features
1/3” 960H Sony Super-HAD II CCD
The Sony Super-HAD II CCD is ideal for low lux illumination, resulting in a clear and
crisp image.
Varifocal Auto-Iris Lens
This camera features a varifocal lens with a focal length of 2.8-12 mm. The autoiris function intuitively manages the amount of light passing through the lens for
consistent image brightness.
TWDR (True Wide Dynamic Range)
True Wide Dynamic Range is ideal for high contrast environments, improving the
contrast between very dark and very bright areas in a scene, and producing a
more balanced image.
Low Temperature Operation
A heater is included that automatically turns on and off to ensure the camera
operates within an optimum temperature range, and helps to minimize
condensation inside the housing at low temperatures. The heater automatically
activates at 50°F and deactivates at 60°F.
3D Digital Noise Reduction
Digital noise reduction produces clear images in low light conditions. Not only
does it help to reduce image noise, but it also minimizes blurring of objects
in motion, producing extremely clear picture quality — even under low-light
conditions.
RS-485 Connection and OSD
This camera features an OSD (on-screen display) for initial setup and settings
adjustment. Remote control is possible using a compatible DVR or PTZ controller
connected to the camera’s RS485 wire leads.
Weatherproof Housing
The IP66-rated weatherproof housing makes this camera ideal for outdoor
surveillance.
Video Test Port
Adjust angle, zoom, and focus at the camera for fast and easy installation.
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2. Package Contents
(1) WPS-765-DOM-AH camera
(1) WPS-ACC-PWR-M AC/DC power plug
(1) OSD joystick / BNC test adapter
(4) Surface mounting screws (includes 1 spare)
(4) Wall anchors (includes 1 spare)
(1) 3mm Allen key
(1) Foam gasket
(1) Paper mounting template
(1) Installation manual
(1) Spare silica packet in vacuum sealed bag
NOTE: A POWER SUPPLY IS NOT INCLUDED WITH THIS CAMERA.
The PS-12DC-1A or WPS-PS multiple output power supplies are recommended.
NOTE 2: A SILICA DESICCANT PACK IS MOUNTED INSIDE THE DOME HOUSING.
This package should remain inside the housing after installation, even when
adding additional desiccant packs.
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3. Wiring Recommendations
Wiring should be installed, terminated, and tested for connectivity before the
camera is installed. Specifications for each connection are detailed below.
3.1. Wiring Connections
1
12V DC
Power In
2
BNC
Video Out
3
RS485 Leads
1. Power (Required)
It is recommended to install the camera power supply near the recording
location and run a remote power wire to the camera. Use the voltage drop
calculator at www.SnapAV.com to find the correct gauge for a given length
of wire.
Pinout
—
Wire Size (AWG)
Power Requirements
Minimum 18 AWG
12V DC or 24V AC
(1A minimum)
Calculate based on
voltage & wire length
+
Included WPS-ACC-PWR-M is illustrated to demonstrate the correct polarity for power.
2. BNC Video Output (Required)
Install coaxial cable for transmitting video to a DVR or display monitor.
Recommended Cable
RG-59 or RG-6
Connector Type
75-ohm rated BNC connectors
Use a BNC-RCA adapter for composite input
3. RS485 Communication +/- Wires (Optional)
Connect the RS485 wires to a controller or a Wirepath DVR to enable remote
access to the OSD Setup Menu.
Pinout
Camera
+(White)
-(Green)
Wire Size (AWG)
Controller
+(Positive)
-(Negative)
Minimum 24 AWG
2 Cat5e/6 conductors or 2-conductor alarm wire is
recommended
Important! Separate and insulate the ends of the RS485 wires if they will not be
connected. DO NOT connect the + and - wires together.
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4. Installation Instructions
Wiring must be installed before the camera. See the previous page for
connections and wiring recommendations.
Step 1.Prepare for Installation
Important! DO NOT remove the protective plastic film from the camera
dome until installation is complete and the camera is being sealed for
the last time.
A. Unpack the camera and locate the included foam gasket, hardware,
mounting template, silica packet, and 3mm Allen wrench. If a mounting
accessory is being used, unpack the accessory and become familiar with its
installation and use.
B. Apply the self-adhesive foam gasket to the base
of the camera.
C. If the camera will be connected using the 3/4”
conduit side entrance, remove the threaded plug
and route the wiring pigtail through the opening.
D. Use the 3mm Allen wrench to open the camera.
Maximum Camera Angle
E. Review the lens angle-of-view limits and make sure
the camera location will allow it be aimed toward
the desired field of view.
The setscrews for the gimbal should be factory preset to allow
adjustment without binding, but may be adjusted as needed
using a #1 or #2 Phillips screwdriver.
67.0°
67.0°
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Step 2.Mount the Camera
Using Mounting Accessories
Mount the accessory according to its instructions, make
wiring connections, and mount the camera. Then,
continue these instructions below at Step 3 to complete
camera installation.
Surface Mounting
A. Use the included template to mark the screw
locations for mounting.
B. Connect the camera to the wiring and move it
into position. Avoid pinching the wires between the
camera and the mounting surface.
C. Use 3 of the included screws to secure the camera.
Insert the screws through the black mounting hole
gaskets and hand-tighten them evenly.
Step 3.Adjust Focus, Zoom, and Menu Settings
See “Camera Operation Setup” beginning on the
next page for instructions. Set the focus and zoom
adjustments, and adjust the OSD Setup Menu options as
needed. Disconnect the test adapter after completing
adjustments.
Step 4.Close the Camera
DO NOT remove the factory-installed silica desiccant packet in the camera.
A. Before closing the camera, remove
the spare silica packet from its
sealed foil package (taking care
not to rip the inner packet) and
place it inside the camera, out
of the lens’ field of view. Do not
remove the existing silica gel
packet strapped inside the camera.
B. Close the camera dome and use
the 3mm Allen wrench to tighten
the screws evenly. Remove the
outer dome protective film last.
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Factory Silica Pack
(attached to wire)
Place New Pack
Behind Gimbal
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5. Camera Operation Setup
5.1. Focus, Zoom and Position
The lens of the camera has manual focus and zoom knobs for setting the correct
field of view and the gimbal may be rotated for tilt correction. Connect the test
adapter as described below to use a monitor at the camera location for viewing
adjustments.
Focus
(Front)
Rotate and Pivot Gimbal
(Loosen/tighten pivot setscrew
Test Adapter
as needed, not shown. )
Zoom
Connection
(Rear)
Test Adapter Connector
5.2. Using the Test Adapter
Connect to the “Test
Adapter” plug above.
Use the center button to
navigate the OSD menu
structure.
Connect the red power
plug to a 12V DC, 500 mA
minimum power supply.
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Connect the yellow BNC
adapter to a video monitor to
view the menu.
Use a BNC-RCA adapter to connect
to a TV’s yellow “Composite” input.
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6. OSD Setup Menu
WPS-765 series cameras use an on-screen (OSD) menu system for setup of
advanced image and control settings.
SETUP MENU
←
1 / 2
→
SCENE SELECT FULL AUTO
PICT ADJUST
EZOOM
OFF
DIS
OFF
PRIVACY MASK
MOTION DET
OFF
SYS SETTING
EXIT
SETUP MENU
←
2 / 2
→
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
VERSION
14.02.13.01
MAINTENANCE
EXIT
Default OSD menu view and settings
Use the OSD Setup Menu to:
• Improve image quality — change settings to suit any environment;
• Advanced image features — parking lane, dead pixel compensation, motion
detection, privacy masking, and more;
• Display custom text options — choose whether or not to display options like
camera ID and where to position overlaid text;
• Configure RS485 — communicate between cameras and DVRs or other
security and automation systems.
6.1. Default Settings Description
Default settings for each SETUP menu section are written in bold type in the menu
overview to follow. Defaults are optimized for the best balance of performance
in typical conditions:
Daytime light should evenly illuminate the field of view. Setting changes can be
made to accommodate for moderate brightness and contrast issues. Too much
direct sunlight or glare from reflective and white surfaces should be avoided.
• Night-time conditions should allow for the IR LEDs to reflect on surfaces within
range, or for artificial lighting to illuminate areas beyond IR range.
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6.2. How to Navigate the OSD Setup Menu
The OSD menu is displayed as an overlay of the camera field-of-view. It will
remain visible as long as the menu is active. Use the test adapter for initial setup.
RS485 setup is detailed in section “3.1. Wiring Connections” on page 7. Enter
RS485 command, “Set Preset 95” to turn on the OSD menu.
6.2.1. OSD Joystick (Test Adapter)
Menu Navigation
Pivot the joystick up,
down, left and right to
move the menu cursor
to the desired option.
6.2.2. How to Reset or Save Settings
See section “6.4.3. EXIT MENU” on page 27
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Sub-menus
Selections with a “ ”
to the far right have
a sub-menu. Press the
center joystick button
to access the menus.
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6.3. OSD Menu Structure Outline
FIX
SHUTTER/AGC
OUTDOOR
CUSTOM
ATW
WHITE BAL
PUSH
USER1
USER2
HLC/BLC
WDR/ATR-EX
SCENE SELECT
FULL AUTO
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
BACKLIGHT
ITS
CUSTOM
(Select mode
to enter
ADVANCED
menu
MANUAL
PUSH LOCK
OFF
HLC
BLC
OFF
ATR-EX
WDR
DNR
DAY/NIGHT
LEVEL
DAY
NIGHT
AUTO
OFF
ON
MODE
IR AREA
IR OPTIMIZER
LEVEL
IR LED
OFF
FIX
COLOR NIGHT
OFF
ON
IR SHADE COMP
OFF
ON
SHUTTER
INDOOR
AE LEVEL
BACKLIGHT
ITS
SHUTTER
AGC MAX
SPEED
DELAY CNT
ATW FRAME
ENVIRONMENT
N/A
B-GAIN
R-GAIN
B-GAIN
R-GAIN
LEVEL
N/A
N/A
CLIP LEVEL
N/A
N/A
CONTRACT
CLEAR FACE
CONTRACT
CLEAR FACE
N/A
BURST
BURST
CNTL SIGNAL
DELAY CNT
DAY > NIGHT
NIGHT > DAY
N/A
AUTO
CENTER
TOP
BOTTOM
LEFT
RIGHT
WEIGHT
N/A
N/A
LEVEL
LEVEL MIN
LEVEL MAX
N/A
COLOR GAIN
N/A
PATTERN
POSH
POSV
LEVEL
(Menu structure continued on next page)
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SCENE SELECT
FULL AUTO
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
BACKLIGHT
ITS
CUSTOM
(Select mode to
enter ADVANCED
menu
PICT ADUST
EZOOM
DIS
PRIVACY MASK
MOTION DET
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
HUE
COLOR GAIN
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
AREA SEL
DISPLAY
POSITION
COLOR
TRANSP
MOSAIC
OFF
OFF
LENS SHD COMP
DEFOG
FLK LESS
ANTI CR
DETECT SENSE
INTERVAL
BLOCK DISP
MASK AREA
MOTION AREA
LENS
SYS SETTING
LANGUAGE
VERSION
MAINTENANCE
INT
MANUAL
AUTO
FLIP
LCD/CRT
MODE
OFF/ON/AUTO
SHUTTER FIX
GAIN CNTL
AREA SEL
AREA MODE
TOP
BOTTOM
LEFT
RIGHT
TYPE
MODE
ADJUST
SPEED
OFF/V/H/HV
LCD/CRT
PROTOCOL
ADDRESS
BAUDRATE
COMMUNICATION
DATABIT
PARITY
STOPBIT
OFF
N/A
CAMERA ID
ON
POS
English/Spanish/Russian/Portuguese/German/French/Japanese
W.PIX MASK
CAMERA RESET
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OFF
ON
OFF
ON
MAG
PAN
TILT
ON
SYNC MODE
ON
N/A
PATTERN
POSH
POSV
N/A
LEVEL
N/A
MANUAL
AUTO
DATA CLEAR
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6.4. OSD Setup Menu Settings
6.4.1. SCENE SELECT
Use this menu to select a preset mode for the scene. Each mode loads
a different set of base settings into the ADVANCED menu, which can be
adjusted further for the best setup. Select the SCENE SELECT mode to enter the
ADVANCED MENU and make changes to the default selections.
SETUP MENU
←
1 / 2
SCENE SELECT
PICT ADJUST
EZOOM
DIS
PRIVACY MASK
MOTION DET
SYS SETTING
FULL AUTO
→
OFF
OFF
OFF
Preset Modes
• FULL AUTO (default) — This mode is useful for applications where lighting
conditions may change often or rapidly. This is the recommended setting for
most applications.
• INDOOR — This mode is useful for indoor applications with artificial light sources.
• OUTDOOR — This mode is set up for very bright or high contrast applications.
• BACKLIGHT — This mode is useful for applications that have a darker
foreground scene with a bright doorway or window in the background.
• ITS — This mode is specialized to scenes with high-motion. It allows highresolution shooting of moving subjects with low blur.
• CUSTOM — This mode is fully adjustable to any preference for all settings.
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6.4.2. ADVANCED MENU (SUB-SETTINGS FOR SCENE SELECT)
The ADVANCED MENU makes changes to the default settings within the preset
mode selected from the SCENE SELECT menu (see the previous section).
ADVANCED MENU
←
SHUTTER/AGC
WHITE BAL
HLC/BLC
WDR/ATR-EX
DNR
DAY/NIGHT
IR OPTIMIZER
RETURN
1 / 2
AUTO
ATW
OFF
WDR
→
AUTO
ON
6.4.2.1. SHUTTER/AGC Menu
Electronic shutter speed controls how much light gets to the camera sensor with
each frame of video to match various lighting conditions and control flicker.
AGC automatically amplifies the video signal during low light conditions. Use this
setting to increase contrast in dimly lit parts of the scene.
Select from FIX, MANUAL, or AUTO and enter the sub-menu for advanced
settings.
Shutter/AGC Menu Sub-Settings
• AE LEVEL — (FIX, MANUAL, & AUTO) Use AE level to control shutter speed for
balancing brightness.
• AGC MAX — (FIX, MANUAL, & AUTO) Maximum gain allowed with Auto Gain
Control in use. Set lower to minimize image noise in night scenes.
Note: Use AGC MAX in conjunction with DNR.
• SENS UP — (AUTO ONLY) Set to AUTO by default for color night images. This
setting automatically slows the shutter up to 512x to allow for more light to
enter, illuminating the scene with a color image. Turn OFF if a color night-time
scene is not desired.
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6.4.2.2. WHITE BALANCE Menu
White balance adjusts the image color according to the lighting conditions of
the scene to correct for different lighting color ranges.
Menu Structure and Settings
• ATW — Auto White Balance mode. Enter the sub-menu to access these
advanced settings:
• SPEED — How Quickly the camera changes the ATW setting.
• DELAY CNT — How fast ATW reacts to changes in the scene.
• ATW FRAME — Set the frame magnification for the camera to identify the
color settings.
• ENVIRONMENT — Select from AUTO, INDOOR, SUNNY, or SHADE to match
the conditions of the scene.
• PUSH — Adjusts white balance value dynamically for deeply colored objects
and contrasting images based on how fast the image changes. Increase the
PUSH setting to accommodate darker-colored moving objects, but avoid
setting it so high that the image becomes too bright.
• USER1/USER2 — Sets two separate profiles for red or blue gain depending on
the user. Each profile may be set uniquely.
• B-GAIN — Set the blue color saturation level.
• R-GAIN — Set the red color saturation level.
• MANUAL
• LEVEL — Set the white balance rate to an exact level.
• PUSH LOCK - Locks in the white balance values set by the PUSH function, so
that they are not affected by color changes in the scene.
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6.4.2.3. HLC/BLC (High/Back Light Compensation)
Use this menu to set up light compensation. Select HLC, BLC, or off.
Menu Structure and Settings
• OFF — Deactivate light compensation.
• HLC — High Light Compensation (HLC) blocks bright light from causing whiteout. For example, with HLC, car headlights will appear to be blacked out and
surrounding light levels will be balanced enough to reveal details that would
normally be washed out. HLC is ideal for a wide field of view focused far from
the camera. Enter the HLC sub-menu to change advanced settings:
• CLIP LEVEL Change the highlighting to light or darker values, the lower
the value, the darker the highlights become.
• BLC — Back Light Compensation (BLC) clarifies objects in front of bright light.
For example, in a scene with lighting facing the camera, if a person walks
toward a normal camera, they will appear as a silhouette, but BLC will adjust
contrast for more detail. BLC is ideal where the field of view is focused close to
the camera.
6.4.2.4. WDR/ATR-EX
Wide Dynamic Range/Adaptive Tone Reproduction (Extended) improves
contrast between very dark and very bright areas for a more balanced image.
Menu Structure and Settings
• OFF — Deactivate WDR/ATR-EX.
• ATR-EX — Adjusts for dark spots in the scene by compensating to the optimal
gradation based on luminance.
• CONTRAST — Increases the overall brightness in dark scenes.
• CLEAR FACE — Enhances face recognition by brightening the darker areas
of the face, the higher the setting, the clearer the image may become.
• WDR — Adjusts the luminance of the camera scene by utilizing the double
scan CCD to record two images. These images are combined.
• CONTRAST — Increases the overall brightness in dark scenes.
• CLEAR FACE — Enhances face recognition by brightening the darker areas
of the face.
6.4.2.5. DNR
Use the Digital Noise Reduction feature to increase the clarity of nighttime
scenes. Enter the sub-menu and set the LEVEL lower or higher as needed.
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6.4.2.6. DAY/NIGHT Menu
The camera sensor has DAY (color) and NIGHT (black and white) mode. Use this
menu to set the mode and how it is switched.
By default (AUTO), the color mode is set based on a light sensor on the front of
the camera, which is recommended for most applications.
Menu Structure and Settings
• DAY— Lock the camera in COLOR (daylight) mode. IR will NOT activate in this
mode, so the ambient lighting level must be sufficient for viewing.
• NIGHT — Lock the camera in B/W (nighttime) mode. Enter the sub-menu to
change advanced settings:
• BURST — Turn ON to provide color video during night-time scenes. It is
recommended in most cases to leave the setting OFF since the amount of
grain and noise in the picture can be too high to see details.
• AUTO — This mode utilizes a sensor on the camera to determine the level of
light hitting the sensor.
• BURST — When On, video signal maintains the color burst signal when
switching to B/W mode. This boosts video signal during times of low light,
though it is recommended in most cases to leave off in order to improve
signal syncing noise problems.
• CNTL SGNL — Select the source for controlling the light mode:
• EXT1 — Use the light sensor to determine the correct light setting.
• EXT2 — Not applicable to this model.
• INT — Use the camera video sensor to determine the correct light setting,
• DELAY CNT — Set the delay time for Day/Night (IR on/off) in seconds.
• DAY→NIGHT— Set delay for switching day (COLOR) to night (B/W) mode. Set
from 0 to 30 seconds. Increase if night mode switches on too quickly.
• NIGHT→DAY— Set delay from Night to Day mode (opposite of above). Set
from 0 to 30 seconds. Increase if day mode switches on too quickly.
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6.4.2.7. IR OPTIMIZER
This feature allows IR lighting to be set correctly for any install. Light from outside
the IR range may be blended to optimize lighting around the outer edges of
the screen or turn off IR when the lighting is not consistent enough to reliably
switch between Day & Night mode. Settings in this menu only affect night mode
operation with IR enabled.
Menu Structure and Settings
• OFF — Deactivate IR optimization.
• ON — Enter the sub-menu to change advanced IR optimization settings.
• MODE — Select between AUTO and CENTER modes:
• AUTO — Uses the entire scene for calculating IR optimization.
• CENTER — Enter the advanced IR AREA menu to set where on the screen
IR is sensed for making adjustments.
• IR AREA — Set the area for IR LED illumination from the top, bottom, left and
right. Weight customization allows one area to become more illuminated
than another.
• LEVEL — Set the IR LED intensity for all LEDs.
• IR LED — Set the IR LED activation mode.
• OFF — Deactivate LEDs at all times.
• DAY/NIGHT — Allows the IR LEDs to activate as needed. Enter the submenu to change advanced settings:
• LEVEL MIN — Sets the lowest value for IR optimization.
• LEVEL MAX — Sets the highest value for IR optimization.
• FIX — Manually forces IR to stay on.
• LEVEL — Sets lowest/highest value for IR optimization.
• COLOR NIGHT — Set to ON and enter the sub-menu to change the COLOR
GAIN when the viewing area is darkened, but bright enough for color to be
picked up.
• IR SHADE COMP — Reduces the dark corners of the viewing area by
bleeding in IR LED illumination from the rest of the image. Turn the feature
ON and enter the sub-menu to change.
• PATTERN —
­ Selects the dimensions of the area to be selected for IR
Shade Compensation.
• POSH — Sets the horizontal position for IR Shade Compensation.
• POSV — Sets the vertical position IR Shade Compensation.
• LEVEL — Sets lowest/highest value for IR optimization.
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6.4.2.8. LENS SHD COMP
Lens Shade Compensation curtails the dimly lit corners of the viewing area
by bleeding in light from other sources. Settings in this menu only affect color
operation modes.
DEFOG
Effio-V enhancer improves the clarity of images taken in poor conditions such
as fog, rain or snow. Applied to live or recorded color video, it delivers real-time
results and displays visual details that would otherwise have been difficult to see.
• Note — Defog can be selected on CUSTOM mode.
FLK LESS
“Flicker Less” is a feature designed to even out inconsistent lighting from sources
such as fluorescent lighting, CRT monitors, or other light sources that are out of
sync with the frame rate of the camera.
ANTI CR
Use “Anti Color-Roll” this function when the camera image appears to be
constantly changing (or rolling) the color of the viewing screen without any
lighting changes. This happens in environments with fluorescent lighting.
6.4.2.9. PICT ADJUST
Use this menu to change the BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, SHARPNESS, HUE and
COLOR GAIN. Values range from 0 ~ 255.
PICT ADJUST
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
HUE
COLOR GAIN
128
32
08
064
128
RETURN
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6.4.2.10. EZOOM SETUP
Electronic zoom allows the scene to be focused in tighter than the camera’s field
of view. Select MAG for magnification levels, PAN and TILT of the zoom area.
EZOOM SETUP
MAG
PAN
TILT
000
516
256
RETURN
6.4.2.11. DIS
Dynamic Image Stabilization is effective for installs where the camera is subject
to vibrations (like mounted in a parking deck) or outside forces such as strong
winds. DIS effectively eliminates blurring and/or flickering of images.
• Pivot the joystick left or right to set to OFF or ON. No further settings are
necessary.
6.4.2.12. PRIVACY MASK SETUP
Privacy mask settings allow for up to 15 different surveillance-free zones of the
viewing area.
PRIVACY MASK SETUP
AREA SEL
DISPLAY
POSITION
COLOR
TRANSP
MOSAIC
1/15
OFF
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RETURN
• AREA SEL — Select which of the 15 zones is being adjusted.
• DISPLAY — Toggle the zone on (displayed) or off (not displayed).
• POSITION — Move the entire coverage area.
• COLOR — Set the color displayed over the privacy mask zone.
• TRANSP — Change the level of transparency for the zone.
• MOSAIC — Use a mosaic tile to obscure the private area instead of a solid
block of color.
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6.4.2.13. MOTION DETECTION
With detection turned on, when the camera detects motion, a colored block will
appear on the screen to call attention to the view. Motion configuration allows
for up to 96 zones.
NOTE — It is suggested for most applications to use the motion detection settings
on the DVR rather than the camera. The camera will not initiate recording in the
DVR using this feature.
MOTION DETECTION
DETECT SENSE
INTERVAL
BLOCK DISP
MASK AREA
MONITOR AREA
OFF
50
50
08
064
128
RETURN
• DETECT SENSE — Level of sensitivity to changes in contrast within the selected
area.
• INTERVAL — Time delay from the first motion event to the subsequent event.
Motion alerts will not occur within this time delay.
• BLOCK DISP — Generates black or white inverted squares over the area that
motion is detected.
• MASK AREA— Select the portion of the grid you would like for motion to be
masked in. Each number is a grid of 4 blocks for which you can select, for a
total of 96 zones.
• MONITOR AREA—
MONITOR AREA
AREA SEL
AREA MODE
TOP
BOTTOM
LEFT
RIGHT
1/4
OFF
10
10
10
10
RETURN
• AREA SEL — Select one of the four areas to modify settings.
• AREA MODE — Toggle monitoring on or off for the area selected.
• Customize the size and the position of each detection zone by adjusting
TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT, and RIGHT values.
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6.4.2.14. SYSTEM SETTING
More functions are available for customization under the SYSTEM SETTING menu.
SYSTEM SETTING
SYNC MODE
LENS
FLIP
LCD/CRT
COMMUNICATION
CAMERA ID
INT
AUTO
OFF
CRT
OFF
RETURN
• SYNC MODE — Auto Tracking White Balance, color temperature is set to
2500°K.
• LENS — Enter the sub-menu to set up AUTO IRIS settings:
AUTO IRIS SETUP
TYPE
MODE
ADJUST
SPEED
DC
AUTO
100
RETURN
• TYPE — DC allows the external light sensor to control the Iris. Video allows
the camera to monitor the image for lighting conditions and subsequent Iris
control.
• MODE — The camera handles the size of the Iris opening. Open is fully open,
closed is fully closed.
• ADJUST — The camera begins a calibration sequence for the Iris control.
• SPEED — How quickly the Iris responds to a change in lighting conditions.
• FLIP — Flip the view on the screen horizontally or vertically.
• LCD/CRT — Set the refresh style to be optimized for viewing on a LCD or CRT
monitor.
• CAMERA ID — Set to ON to display the camera name on the screen. Use the
on-screen keyboard to change the name, and enter the “POS” sub-menu to
set the position of the ID on the screen,
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6.4.2.15. COMMUNICATION
Set the RS485 communication protocols within this submenu to match the
protocols from the DVR.
COMMUNICATION
PROTOCOL
ADDRESS
BAUDRATE
DATABIT
PARITY
STOPBIT
PELCO-D
4800
8BIT
OFF
1BIT
050
RETURN
• PROTOCOL — Scroll left or right to select a communication protocol - PELCO-D
or PELCO-P. Wirepath devices use Pelco-D.
• ADDRESS — Scroll left or right to select a unique ID number from 0 to 225 to
identify the camera on the RS485 loop.
Note— Each device in the RS485 connection MUST be set to a unique address
number for proper RS-485 communication.
• BAUDRATE — Scroll left or right to choose a baud rate for RS485 communication
between the camera and controller. Baud rate options include 4800, 9600,
19200, 38400, and 57600.
Note— ALL devices in the RS485 connection must be set to the same baud rate
for proper RS-485 communication.
• DATABIT — 8
• PARITY — OFF
• STOPBIT — 1
6.4.2.16. LANGUAGE
Select one of 7 language options—English, Spanish, Russian, German,
Portuguese, French, and Japanese.
6.4.2.17. VERSION
To view the version of firmware currently running on the camera, select VERSION.
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6.4.2.18. MAINTENANCE
To factory reset the camera or save settings, select Maintenance.
MAINTENANCE
W. PIX MASK
CAMERA RESET
MANUAL
RETURN
• W. PIX MASK — White Pixel Mask aka Dead Pixel Compensation. Allows an area
to be set over a dead pixel and when activated causes surrounding pixels to
be feathered in to “fix” the dead pixel.
MANUAL COMP
REGISTRATION
REG. POINT
CURSOR COLOR
BLINK
REG. NUMBER
OFF
WHITE
OFF
0 / 64
RETURN
• CAMERA RESET — Factory resets the camera (cannot be undone). All
configurations with the exception of the COMM SETTINGS will be reset back
to factory default. Ensure default settings are desired before selecting this
function. To complete the reset, enter the CAMERA RESET sub-menu, and
select “CAMERA RESET”. The menu will exit after the process is complete.
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6.4.3. EXIT MENU
After making changes, settings should be saved by using the SAVE function in the
EXIT menu. If adjustment to the camera’s settings results in poor picture quality,
settings may be discarded (NOT SAVE).
EXIT MENU
PLEASE CHOOSE
SAVE
NOT SAVE
CANCEL
BACK
• SAVE — Save all current settings and exit the SETUP menu.
• NOT SAVE — Discard all unsaved changes and exit the SETUP menu.
• CANCEL — Discard all unsaved changes and exit the SETUP menu.
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7. Troubleshooting
If you have trouble operating the camera, first refer to the following
guidelines. If the problem persists, contact our Technical Support line at
(866) 838-5052.
Nothing appears on the display:
• Check if the power for the camera and the monitor is ON.
•C
heck if the VIDEO cable is connected to the camera BNC video
output jack.
• Check if the VIDEO cable is connected to the monitor VIDEO input
jack.
Image appears dim on the display:
• Check the monitor contrast setting.
• Check the monitor brightness setting.
• Check the lens. If necessary, clean with a soft, clean eyeglasses
cloth.
• Check if the camera is facing bright lighting. If so, change the
viewing position away from the light source.
• If a device exists between the camera and screen, confirm the
signal accepted by the screen is strong enough – 75 Ohm.
Image appears blurry on the display:
• Check the focus of the lens.
• Check the lens. If necessary, clean with a soft, clean eyeglasses
cloth.
The camera is not working properly and the camera housing is hot:
• Check if camera is connected to the correct power source.
Condensation appears on camera lens cover:
• Add a new silica desiccant pack inside the camera housing.
Camera power cycles intermittently:
• Check voltage at camera for proper voltage level.
• Connect camera locally with a different power supply to test.
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8. Specifications
Imaging
Image Sensor
1/3” Sony Exview HAD 960H CCD (Double Scan CCD)
Lens
2.8 ~ 12mm Auto Iris Vari-Focal Lens
Estimated Horizontal Viewing Angle
92˚(W)~30˚(T)
Resolution (TVLs)
720
Effective Pixels
NTSC:976(H)x494(V)
Gamma
0.45
S/N Ratio
>52dB (AGC OFF)
Sync. Mode
Internal Sync
Scanning System
2:1 Interlace
Auto IRIS
Yes
IR Range
80ft
Smart IR
Yes
True Day / Night
Yes
Technology
Auto Electronic Shutter
Yes
OSD
Yes
WDR
True WDR
DNR
3D DNR
Minimum Illumination
0.03 Lux color, 0.00003 Lux Sens-up
Highlight Compensation
Yes
Auto Gain Control
Yes
Back & High Light Compensation
Yes
White Balance
Yes
Lens Correction
Yes
Anti Fog
Yes
Privacy Mask
Yes
Motion Detection
Yes
Mirror/Flip Mode
Yes
Digital Zoom
Yes
Image Stabilizer
Yes
Housing and Power
Weather Rating
IP66
Vandal Resistant
Yes
Side Conduit Threading
3/4” NTP
RS485
Yes
Operating Temperature
-40°F-140°F *Operates to -40˚ when continually powered
Operating Humidity
Power Source
(Not Included)
30%-80% RH
Main Power
12V DC or 24V AC (1A minimum)
Test Adapter
12V DC (500mA minimum)
Power Consumption
10W 830mA
Weight
2 lbs
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9. Dimensions
5.91"
Maximum Camera Angle
4.04"
Side View
67.0°
67.0°
Top View
10.5-Year Limited Warranty
This camera has a 5-Year Limited Warranty. The warranty includes parts and labor
repairs on all components found to be defective in material or workmanship
under normal conditions of use. This warranty shall not apply to products which
have been abused, modified, disassembled or improperly installed. Products
to be repaired under this warranty must be returned to Wirepath™ Surveillance
or a designated service center with prior notification and an assigned return
authorization number (RA).
11.Contacting Technical Support
Phone: (866) 838-5052
Email: techsupport@snapav.com
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