V662-D-2 High-Resolution Analog WDR Camera

V662-D-2 High-Resolution Analog WDR Camera
Installation and Operation Guide
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V662-D-2 High-Resolution
Analog WDR Camera
Vicon Industries Inc.
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Vicon Industries Inc. does not warrant that the functions contained in this equipment will meet your requirements or that the
operation will be entirely error free or perform precisely as described in the documentation. This system has not been designed
to be used in life-critical situations and must not be used for this purpose.
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FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
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.
FCC INFORMATION: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the 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 their expense.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
CE COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
WARNING: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer`s
instructions.
6. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
7. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
8. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by
the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used,
use caution when moving the cart/ apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
9. CAUTION - THESE SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR USE BY
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT PERFORM ANY SERVICING OTHER THAN
THAT CONTAINED IN THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS UNLESS YOU
ARE QUALIFIED TO DO SO.
10. Use satisfy clause 2.5 of IEC60950-1/UL 60950-1 or Certified/Listed Class 2
power source only.
11. Indoor use only.
EXPLANATION OF GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS
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RESPECTS; HOWEVER, WE CANNOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY
CONSEQUENCES RESULTING FROM THE USE THEREOF. THE INFORMATION
CONTAINED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. REVISIONS OR NEW
EDITIONS TO THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE ISSUED TO INCORPORATE SUCH CHANGES.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONTENTS OF PACKAGE
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INTRODUCTION
5
CAMERA OVERVIEW
6
MENU MAP
10
CONTROL AND CONNECTIONS
DAY&NIGHT I/O TERMINALS
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LENS
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SPECIFICATIONS
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CONTENTS OF PACKAGE
Installation of the camera must be performed by qualified service personnel in accordance
with all local and national electrical and mechanical codes.
Carefully remove the color camera and its accessories from the carton and verify that they
were not damaged in shipment.
The content of the package includes:
1. Color CCD camera
2. Mini-DIN connector (for DC-type auto iris lens)
3. CS adapter ring for C mounting "C" lenses
4. This manual
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The information in this manual covers the installation, operation and maintenance of the
V662-D-2 day/night camera. These cameras should only be installed by a qualified technician
using common hand tools and approved materials and wiring methods in accordance with
national, state and local wiring codes.
The camera provides a high-quality image using SONY Wide Dynamic 1/3” Super-HADII PS
960H CCD and digital signal processing LSI chips. Refer to Vicon’s website, www.viconsecurity.com, to make sure access the latest documentation.
1/3" Super-HADII PS 960H CCD
Super high-resolution of 750TV lines
Wide Dynamic Range (~x512) -Double shutter+ATR-EX2
Auto Electronic Shutter [1/60(50-PAL) ~ 1/100,000] and manual electronic shutter
modes [1/50(60) ~ 1/10,000]
0.1 lux (Color), 0.01 lux (B/W), 0.001 lux (Slow-Shutter) @ F1.2 50 IRE
Digital Noise Reduction- 2D,3D
Day & Night (Auto, Day, Night)
Sens-Up (~x256)
Various detection methods (zone detection, motion trace, face trace, mine area,
absent detection, cross object counting, entrance counting)
Intelligent scene recognition - provides the best image automatically for every scene
Mechanical iris auto adjustment
Privacy Mask or Mosaic (max. 15 area/4-point polygonal/transparency)
E-Zoom
White pixel detection and compensation
Digital effect - FLIP (H/V reverse, inverse)
Defog (Auto) - Detects foggy condition automatically and provides high contrast
picture
IR optimizer
Coaxial communication (Coaxitron by Pelco)
RS-485 remote camera control (Pelco-D) - Option
Supports Line-Lock external synchronization (line lock) - Option
Quick connect for DC lens with 4-pin connector
Operates in 12 VDC, 24 VAC, 100-240 VAC - Option
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CAMERA OVERVIEW
SIDE VIEW
TOP VIEW
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
(Option)
(Option)
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AC 100-240V
10
REAR VIEW (Free Voltage)
6
AC Power Cord
BACK FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
When installing a zoom lens on a camera, sometimes the lens cannot be focused at either end of the
zoom range. If this problem occurs, it may be necessary to adjust the camera back focus. By adjusting the
back focus, the position of the pick-up device in relation to the rear of the lens is changing.
<PROCEDURE>
1. Secure the lens to the camera body, and plug in the auto iris connector.
2. Place a neutral density filter in front of the lens. This will force the lens iris to open to the max.
(In the case of a manual lens, open the lens iris to its maximum.)
3. Set the focus of the lens to full infinity.
4. Set the zoom to Wide.
5. Aim the camera at a high contrast object a distance away and move the back-focus lever to bring object
into focus.
6. Set the zoom to Tele.
7. Repeat the above steps until the focus remains clear throughout the zoom range.
Zoom
Focus
Back-focus lever
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DEFINITION OF TERMS
White Balance
Compensates for deviations in the white color caused by changes in the color temperature of the light
source so that the colors are reproduced correctly.
Auto Exposure
Automatically adjusts the images to the optimum brightness.
SHT (Electronic Shutter)
Controls the integration time (exposure) of the photodiode array and reduces blooming, overexposure,
and smear when capturing moving objects.
Flicker (FLC)
Avoids image flicker when there is a discrepancy between current and frequency
AGC (Automatic Gain Control)
Automatically adjusts (boosts) the video signal to the required level to produce a quality image in low
light situations
Sens-Up (Slow Shutter)
Allows the video sensor of a camera to control sensitivity as it automatically detects the light level in
dark environments to maintain a clear picture.
Back Light Compensation (BLC)
Compensates for the brightness of the subjects with a large amount of background light that would
make it practically impossible to see any details of the subjects. Adjusts the iris so that a distinctive
subject and the background are delivered at the same time.
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
Extends the action of BLC. When both high-brightness subjects and low-brightness subjects are in
the same scene, overexposure in the high-brightness subjects or loss of dark detail in the lowbrightness subjects may occur. WDR combines the two images to eliminate over exposure and loss
of detail.
EHLC (Excessive High Light Compensation)
Brings excessively high-brightness subjects into focus.
Mask
Hides one or more areas that the user does not want to be displayed on screen. Masks can be set
with their own display area, color, darkness and mosaic processing.
Detection
Detects motion within the scene using one of the available methods. Some methods trigger the Alarm
output.
Sharpness
Reducing this parameter adjusts the noise level to smooth out the "noise" caused by the compression.
Caution should be taken not to reduce it too much, which may result in a blurred image.
Resolution
Controls the display of fine details. The higher the resolution, the higher level of details can be seen.
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2D/3D_NR (Digital Noise Reduction)
Adjusts the illuminance noise level in low light situations by reducing image noise in order to improve
the image. 2D-NR is space-based and 3D-NR is time-based.
Frame Control
Specifies how many frames are generated/transmitted in a unit of time. The more frames there are,
the smoother the image will be. The television system (NTSC/PAL) has adopted 30/25 frames per
second (fps) to be regarded as completely smooth image. However, when recording video data,
video surveillance systems often use lower frame rates to reduce the size of the recording data.
Nega
Reverses the color signals for the Chroma signal so the image looks like a “negative.”
d-PTZ (Digital Pan/Tilt/Zoom)
Adjusts the camera position and zooms in on a section of the overall full image. The pixels in this
area are then enlarged so the image is the same size as the original, giving the appearance of being
zoomed in. Widens the intervals between the pixels in the original signal according to the
magnification, and then fills these intervals with interpolation signals.
Communication
Allows for the connection to external devices, such as keyboards, through the menu interface.
Iris Control
Automatically adjusts the level of the iris according to changing light levels without having to manually
turn a ring on the lens to open or close the iris.
LLC (Line Lock Control)
In the line lock mode, the AC power supply and vertical sync signal of the cameras are synchronized
to prevent picture roll when switching between cameras in multiple camera installations.
White Pixel
Automatically detects and compensates for peak white levels to maintain the image quality. White
pixels, whose frequency of occurrence varies in proportion to the temperature, are sometimes
observed when the devices are used under the influence of external factors or especially high
temperatures.
Day/Night
Allows the camera to be effective, even in the lowest of light conditions, while still showing clear color
pictures during daylight hours. Day/Night cameras automatically change from color images to black
and white when the light levels drop below a certain level.
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MENU MAP
SETUP MENU
1/ 2
SCENE SELECT
PICT ADJUST
EZOOM
DIS
PRIVACY MASK
MOTION DET
SYS SETTING
EXIT
SCENE SELECT
CUSTOM
FULL AUTO
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
BACKLIGHT
ITS
PICTURE ADJUST
EZOOM
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
HUE
COLOR GAIN
MAG
PAN
TILT
RETURN
RETURN
ADVANCED MENU
1/ 2
SHUTTER/AGC
WHITE BAL
HLC/BLC
WDR/ATR-EX
DNR
DAY/NIGHT
IR OPTIMIZER
RETURN
SHUTTER/AGC
AUTO
MANUAL
FIX
WHITE BAL
AUTO SETUP
AE LEVEL
AGC MAX
SENS UP
RETURN
WDR/ATR-EX
ATW
PUSH
USER1
USER2
MANUAL
PUSH LOCK
OFF
ATR-EX
WDR
ATW
SETUP
WDR SETUP
SPEED
DELAY CNT
ATW FRAME
ENVIRONMENT
RETURN
DAY/NIGHT
AUTO
DAY
NIGHT
D/N AUTO SETUP
CONTRAST
CLEAR FACE
BURST
CNTL SIGNAL
DELAY CNT
DAY->NIGHT
NIGHT->DAY
RETURN
RETURN
IR OPTIMIZER SETUP
MODE
IR AREA
LEVEL
IR LED
COLOR NIGHT
IR SHADE COMP
RETURN
IR AREA
IR LED
DAY/NIGHT
OFF
FIX
TOP
BOTTOM
LEFT
RIGHT
WEIGHT
RETURN
IR SHADE COMP SETUP
PATTERN
POSH
POSV
LEVEL
RETURN
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MENU MAP
ADVANCED MENU
2/ 2
LENS SHD COMP
DEFOG
FLK LESS
ANTI CR
RETURN
LENS SHADE
COMP SETUP
PATTERN
POSH
POSV
RETURN
DEFOG SETUP
FLK LESS
LEVEL
AUTO
OFF
ON
ANTI CR
AUTO
OFF
ON
RETURN
SETUP MENU
1/ 2
SCENE SELECT
PICT ADJUST
EZOOM
DIS
PRIVACY MASK
MOTION DET
SYS SETTING
EXIT
MOTION DET
DETECT SENSE
INTERVAL
BLOCK DISP
MASK AREA
MONITOR AREA
DIS
PRIVACY MASK
OFF
ON
AREA SEL
DISPLY
POSITION
COLOR
TRANSP
MOSAIC
RETURN
RETURN
SYS SETTING
SYNC MODE
LENS
FLIP
LCD/CRT
COMMUNICATION
CAMERA ID
ENTRANCE
RETURN
MONITOR AREA
AREA SEL
AREA MODE
TOP
BOTTOM
LEFT
RIGHT
AUTO IRIS SETUP
FLIP
COMMUNICATION
MODE
ADJUST
SPEED
OFF
V
H
HV
PROTOCOL
ADDRESS
BAUDRATE
DATABIT
PARITY
STOPBIT
RETURN
RETURN
RETURN
RETURN
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MENU MAP
SETUP MENU
2/ 2
LANGUAGE
VERSION
MAINTENANCE
EXIT
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
ESPANOL
PYCCKNN
PORTUGUES
DEUTSCH
FRANCAIS
日本語
RETURN
MAINTENANCE
W.PIX MASK
CAMERA RESET
RETURN
W.PIX MASK
AUTO COMP
MANUAL COMP
LEVEL1
LEVEL2
AUTO
REGISTRATION
REG.POINT
CUSOR COLOR
BLINK
REG.NUMBER
RETURN
RETURN
AUTO
DATA CLEAR
MANUAL
<SETUP MENU>
1. Scene Select function
Select from six modes, CUSTOM/FULL AUTO/INDOOR/OUTDOOR/BACK LIGHT/ITS. All the
selections other than Custom have been preset with settings considered optimal for that environment,
although they can be changed. All functions can be set and adjusted manually from the Advanced
Menu.
CUSTOM
Custom mode turns off the auto scene recognition.
FULL AUTO
Full Auto mode supports a variety of scene types. It is not specialized for any particular scene, so
it allows average shooting in any situation.
INDOOR
Indoor mode is specialized for indoor scenes, such as indoor store surveillance. It allows natural
shooting with high contrast.
OUTDOOR
Outdoor mode is specialized for outdoor scenes, such as road surveillance. It features high
contrast and resolution, and allows shooting with high visibility even in foggy outdoor conditions.
BACKLIGHT
Backlight mode is specialized for scenes that mix indoor and outdoor conditions, such as
entranceway surveillance. It allows shooting with high visibility and a high dynamic range, even
under backlighting conditions.
ITS
ITS mode is specialized for scenes where moving subjects enter the picture, such as traffic
surveillance scenes. It allows high-resolution shooting of moving subjects with low blur.
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2. Picture Adjust function
This menu provides functions that enable users to easily adjust the image quality to suit the
image output device used. Use the sliding scales to fine tune these adjustments.
Brightness - Adjusts the brightness, where a higher the number produces a brighter image.
Contrast - Adjusts the image contrast (light and shade differences) by raising or lowering this
number.
Sharpness - Adjusts the crisp boundaries and details of the image (apparent resolution). A
sharper image may increase image noise.
Hue - Adjusts the hue (gradation of color) by selecting a value.
Color Gain - Adjusts the intensity (brilliance) of the colors.
3. EZOOM (Electronic Zoom)
EZoom – Select ON/OFF. When On is selected, the camera will simulate pan and
tilt positions in the scene and optical zoom of the image; the following adjustment
can be made. A sliding scale is provided.
MAG - Magnification rate = ZOOM (0~255).
PAN - Horizontal position settings.
TILT -Vertical position settings.
4. DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer)
Digital Image Stabilizer (DIS) function internally detects shaking of the image due to
camera shaking, and performs digital compensation processing inside the DSP to suppress
this shaking and stabilize the image output. Select ON or OFF.
5. PRIVACY MASK
The mask function hides one or more areas of the scene that the user does not want to be
displayed on the screen. This setting is capable of outputting 15 masks to the display. Each
of these 15 masks can be set with its own display area, color, darkness and mosaic
processing.
AREA SEL - Select mask area (1-15).
DISPLAY – Select Mask to be ON or OFF. When ON, allows setting below:
POSITION – Allows setting the size and location of mask.
COLOR - Sets the color blend:
RED/ GREEN/ BLUE/ YELLOW/ CYAN/ MAGENTA/ WHITE/ BLACK
TRANSP - Sets the brightness blend ratio: 0%,/50%/75%/100%.
MOSAIC - Sets the mosaic to ON or OFF (when transparency is set below 100%).
6. MOTION DET (Motion Detection)
By using the motion detection (MD) function, the camera is capable of detecting moving
objects. The motion detection function identifies motion and outputs motion information when
the difference in luminance exceeds a specific level between frames.
DETECT SENSE
Set the motion detection threshold using the sliding scale. Threshold detects the amount of
change in the area. The higher the number, the more sensitive to motion the camera is.
INTERVAL
Set the MD detection interval using the sliding scale. Subjects are detected when an
interval exceeding the set number of fields has elapsed from the previous motion detection
event.
BLOCK DISP
When selected ON, motion detection frame display selections are available.
Displays the results of the motion detected in each block. Turn ON or OFF.
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MASK AREA
This is used for setting the no-detection area.
The active point (MASK AREA 1~96) is displayed. Move from point to point using the
joystick. Press the joystick to select edit point. (no-detection area).
MONITOR AREA
Set the position of the motion detection area. Select the area to be set up and turn area
mode ON> The size of the frame can be adjusted using the Top, Bottom, Left and Right
sliding scales.
7. SYS SETTING
7-1. SYNC MODE
Select how the camera is synchronized with other cameras in the system. External
synchronization (line lock) is a function that synchronizes the phase between an output
video signal and an external reference signal.
INT
Using this mode, timing is controlled by internal electronics in the camera; synchronization is
not implemented with multiple cameras.
LL
In Line Lock mode, LL is used to synchronize the vertical sync signal with the AC power
supply with a power line frequency of 60 Hz (for the NTSC format) or 50 Hz (for the PAL
format). Line Lock is not available when using a 12 VDC power supply. Use line lock
mode to minimize color rolling.
PHASE – Use the sliding scale to select a value from 0 to 524 (PAL, 624).
7-2. LENS
Set the lens type.
AUTO When Auto is selected, there are further menu options (Mode, Adjust, Speed).
Manual Allows manual adjustment of lens. Do not select this option.
7-2-1. MODE
AUTO Adjusts the iris in accordance with the subject brightness.
OPEN Fully opens the iris.
CLOSE Fully closes the iris.
7-2-2. ADJUST
When performing the automatic mechanical iris adjustments, a suitable convergence speed
(how fast the lens responds) for the lens is calculated, View a high-brightness subject
which will make the brightness of the whole screen uniform. Check that the scene
conditions are sufficiently bright and stable.
7-2-3. SPEED
Manually sets the convergence speed for how fast the lens responds to lighting changes
(autoiris).
7-3. FLIP
Digital Flip (rotation state) can be selected to be OFF/ V (top/bottom reversal)/H (left/right
reversal)/HV (rotation by 180 degrees).
7-4. LCD / CRT
Select monitor mode of LCD or CRT.
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7-5. COMMUNICATION (OPTION)
This sets up communication using the RS-485 format.
Protocol - RS-485 protocol (PELCO-D).
Address - Select the camera ID (001 - 255).
Baud Rate - Select serial communication speed.
(2400/4800/9600/19200/38400/57600/115200).
Databit – Internally fixed.
Parity – Select OFF/ODD/EVEN. This is used to find the Bit to extract an error on the
keyboard.
Stopbit – Internally fixed.
Key of Keyboard Controller:
MENU
Joystick Handle turn clockwise , ZOOMTELE
ENTER
Joystick Handle turn clockwise, IRIS CLOSE
OSD Cursor Movement Joystick Up / Down / Left / Right
7-6. CAMERA ID
Set the camera ID ON or OFF. When ON, the CAMERA ID SETUP screen can be displayed.
A title of 64 characters per line can be
configured.
Use the joystick to navigate the cursor.
Pushing centrally on the joystick will allow
selection of that character.
The arrows at the bottom allow you to move
the cursor without changing the character.
CAMERA ID SETUP
CAMERA ID
ABCDEFG HI JKLMNOPQ RST UV
W XYZ0123456789! ”#$%&’(
/
)_`,¥:;<=>?@\^*
CHR1
CHR2
CLR
POS
RETURN
CHR1
Select CHR1 is displayed Table of input Characters.
CHR2
Select CHR2 is displayed Table of input White Bar.
CLR
Select CLR to insert a space.
POS
Select POS to return to the live view screen to adjust the location of the
camera ID title display. (If it is moved too much to the right side or down,
the ID might move off the screen.)
8. EXIT-MENU
SAVE
Save the settings (settings are saved).
NOT SAVE
Exit menu without saving.
CANCEL
Changes (restore settings to those selected when the menu was displayed).
BACK
Return to previous menu.
9. LANGUAGE
Select a language from English, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, German, French, or
Japanese.
10. VERSION
Camera version information is displayed.
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11. MAINTENANCE
W.PIX MASK
The white pixel detection and compensation function can automatically detect and
compensate up to 64 white pixels (static detection). It is recommended that this be set to
Auto and not modified.
AUTO
Auto mode performs the optimal operation for detecting white pixels and automatically
detects the white pixels of CCD image sensors.
LEVEL1 - Normal Detect
Adjust the threshold value of the white pixel detection using the sliding scale.
LEVEL2 - Large Detect
Adjust the threshold value for very large white pixel detection using the sliding scale.
AUTO Press the joystick to enter White Pixel Compensation mode.
RUN Press joystick to start White Pixel Compensation process.
RUNNING
Process to find white pixels.
SBC SUCCESS Process complete.
BACK Returns to the previous menu.
MANUAL
- REGISTRATION
Manual white pixel detection information registration
1) Press the joystick to turn white pixel compensation position marker display.
2) Use the joystick to align the marker with the position of the white pixel.
3) Press the joystick to exit and select EXIT to save.
Note: In manual detection mode, the detection data is always treated as a very large white
pixel. Up to 64 white pixel compensation.
- NEXT REGISTRATION
Continue with another manual white pixel compensation setting.
- REG. POINT
Select whether to display the registered white or black pixels (OFF/WHITE/BLACK)
- CURSOR COLOR
Select cursor color during manual detect registration (white, black, red, green, blue).
- BLINK
Select to have cursor display blinking during manual detect registration (ON/OFF).
- REG. NUMBER
The number of registered white pixel detect counts (out of 64).
DATA CLEAR
Initialize the white pixel compensation information. Select Yes or No.
To erase white pixel data, select YES.
CAMERA RESET
Select Camera Reset or Back. Selecting Camera Reset returns the camera to factory default
settings. Choosing Back returns to the previous menu.
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<ADVANCED MENU>
12. SHUTTER / AGC
AEME (Auto Exposure/Manual Exposure) selection, (shutter/AGC).
This control adjusts the amount of exposure using the shutter speed.
12-1. AUTO
Select Auto to have exposure control performed automatically.
AE LEVEL (Auto Exposure Level)
Set the AE level using the sliding scale. Set exposure control so that the output level (evaluation
value) is the target brightness level (AE reference level). This control is called AE gain control.
AGC MAX
Set the AGC (Auto Gain Control) maximum setting to adjust brightness.
This control adjusts the exposure amount.
SENS UP (Slow Shutter)
Adjust the proper brightness in Low-light conditions. Select the setting for slow shutter
speed to allow extra light into the camera (AUTO and OFF). Select Auto to have the
camera automatically make this adjustment. Select Off to disable this function.
12-2. MANUAL
Select Manual to have exposure control performed manually.
SHUTTER
Select the shutter speed.
AGC MAX
Set the maximum AGC (Automatic Gain Control, DB) to adjust brightness.
12-3. FIX
Exposure control is stopped. AE does not track even if the subject brightness changes.
SHUTTER
Select the shutter speed.
AGC
Set the AGC (Automatic Gain Control, DB) to adjust brightness.
13. WHITE BAL
Compensate for deviations in the white color caused by changes in the color temperature of the
light source, so that the colors are reproduced correctly.
ATW - ATW mode (1800ºK ~10500ºK)
Performs indoor/outdoor identification, estimates the light source, and performs WB control
automatically.
SPEED
Use the sliding scale to adjust the ATW speed (0-255);
255: fastest, 0: slowest.
DELAY CNT
Use the sliding scale to adjust the number of fields for
operation to start (1-255). When 1 is set, operation starts
immediately.
ATW FRAME Use the sliding scale to adjust the frame expansion or contraction rate
(1-255)
ENVIRONMENT Select from AUTO/INDOOR/SUNNY (outdoor)/SHADE
(outdoor) environment.
PUSH
The PUSH function performs White Balance control automatically, regardless of the
indoor/outdoor and light source conditions. Compensation may be performed incorrectly since
this control is easily affected by deeply colored subjects.
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USER1
The USER1 functions set the White Balance gain in accordance with preset
values (3200ºK). WB control does not track even if the subject color temperature
changes.
Use the sliding scale to adjust red or blue gain.
R (R-GAIN): Adjust R-GAIN value (0-255)
B (B-GAIN): Adjust B-GAIN value (0-255)
USER2
The USER2 functions set the White Balance gain in accordance with preset
values (5800ºK). WB control does not track even if the subject color temperature
changes.
Use the sliding scale to adjust red or blue gain.
R (R-GAIN): Adjust R-GAIN value (0-255) “
B(B-GAIN): Adjust B-GAIN value (0-255)
MANUAL
Manual White Balance allows WB control to be performed manually. The configurable color
temperature setting range is 1500K to 15000K. Use the sliding scale to set the number of
white balance steps; the setting can be performed in 64 steps.
PUSH LOCK
PUSH LOCK sets the White Balance based on the current scene. The PUSH LOCK function
first transfers to PUSH mode and performs ATW operation and then transfers to HOLD mode
when complete.
14. HLC/BLC
HLC (Highlight Compensation)
HLC luminance signal processing is a function that suppresses (masks) the luminance signal. It
enhances visibility impaired by strong light sources or other factors by performing output while
suppressing the brightness of high-brightness areas.
CLIP LEVEL
Use the sliding scale to set the HLC mask level for optimum brightness.
BLC (Backlight Compensation)
The BLC function provides compensation by increasing the brightness of the overall screen, so
that subjects with a loss of dark detail due to backlight will have just the right brightness level.
15.WDR/ATR-EX
Set the parameters below for either ATR-EX or WDR.
CONTRAST (LOW/MID/HIGH) Select for proper contrast.
CLEAR FACE (OFF/LOW/MID/HIGH) High-frequency component adjustment gain.
ATR-EX (Extended)
The ATR (Adaptive Tone Reproduction) function provides gradation compensation
with to improve the contrast of subjects whose gradation has been lost in a scene,
for example due to low-luminance and high-luminance areas existing in the same
picture. The ATR function improves the visibility of the entire picture by providing
the optimum gradation compensation for the image based on the luminance
information, by compressing the dynamic range while storing the contrast
component of the subject.
WDR (Wide Dynamic Range)
The Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) function improves video exposure quality in scenes with high
contrast between bright and dark areas, for example if a shady area and a bright light area are
in the same scene.
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16. DNR
Digital Noise Reduction is used to reduce image noise, which is generated under low-light
conditions and other high-gain states, in order to improve the image quality of the camera.
LEVEL Adjusts the NR (3D+2D) strength (0~6) using the sliding scale.
17. DAY/NIGHT
17-1 AUTO
Camera automatically switches between Day and Night modes according to the D>N and N>D
levels.
BURST: Select B/W Burst ON/OFF.
CNTL SIGNAL: Select a brightness reference for identifying Day/Night Control Signal.
INT Internal AGC (ILM) levels.
EXT1 External sensor inverting.
EXT2 External sensor non-inverting.
Ext: Camera switches between Day and Night modes according to the D/N EXT input.
Delay CNT: Adjust the time for the transition between the Day and Night (0-255).
DAY>NIGHT Level: Select switching level Day to Night (0-255).
NIGHT>DAY Level: Select switching level Night to Day (0-255)
DAY: Camera stays in Day mode (Color).
NIGHT: Camera stays in Night mode (B/W).
18. IR OPTIMIZER (Option)
When the Night operation mode of the Day/Night function is established, and used together with
an external infrared LED light source, excessive front lighting may be generated, resulting in
overexposure. IR Optimizer can be set ON to correct this.
18-1. IR OPTIMIZER SETUP
MODE
Select IR optimizer photometry mode, Auto or Center.
IR AREA
Set the IR optimizer area when in Center mode. Select values for top, bottom, left, right and
weight using the sliding scale.
LEVEL
Use the sliding scale to set the IR optimizer intensity (0~12).
IR LED (IR Model only)
OFF LED light level is LOW.
FIX
Adjust LED light level (0~255).
DAY/NIGHT LED light level determines AE reference level.
COLOR NIGHT
The Color Night Mode (CNM) function allows images to be taken as color images even with
infrared LED floodlighting under low-brightness conditions. Using signal processing that
separates the infrared LED light components from the images taken, it extracts the original
colors of the subject. This function takes effect during Night operations. Select ON or OFF.
COLOR GAIN
LOW/MID/HIGH
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IR SHADE COMP (IR Model only)
The IR-SHD function compensates for observable events in which the light passing through the
lens is imaged non-uniformly. Select ON/OFF.
PATTERN
Select the shape of the ellipse (HIGH/MID/LOW).
POSH/POSV
Use the center coordinate settings to adjust the shading compensation to the center position of
the optical axis.
LEVEL
The compensation level can be set to low, medium or high for basic shading compensation data.
19. LENS SHD COMP
The Lens Shade function compensates when the lens produces an image with uneven brightness,
with the corners being less bright. Select ON or OFF. If ON is selected, more options are provided..
PATTERN
When the camera views a white image, the brightness is marked as a shape (i.e., ellipse or
rectangle). Select (HIGH-SET3/MID-SET2/LOW-SET1), where low is a little compensation and high
is maximum compensation to the brightness of the corners of the image.
POSH/POSV
Use the center coordinate settings to adjust the shading compensation to the center position of
the optical axis.
20. DEFOG
Select Defogging function to be ON or OFF. The defog function raises the contrast to improve
visibility. For example, in foggy conditions, contrast is reduced and visibility drops. In such cases,
enabling the defog function prevents a drop in contrast. In addition to compensating for contrast,
compensation is also made for the saturation, edges, and 3D-NR moving body identification
threshold. The defog compensation strength can be set to three levels (Low, Mid, High) using the
ON function.
21. FLK LESS
Select Flickerless function to be AUTO/ON/OFF.
MODE – When AUTO or ON is selected:
GAIN CNTL
Selects gain modulation ON.
SHUTTER FIX Selects flickerless shutter fix ON.
22. ANTI CR (Anti Color-Rolling)
Anti color-rolling mode is valid when the AEME parameter is set to AE. When that parameter is set
to HOLD, the status of the previous field is maintained. Anti color rolling compensates for proper
color in certain lighting conditions.
Users can select from the following anti color-rolling modes.
AUTO Anti color-rolling is automatically detected and compensation is done.
ON
Anti color-rolling is always compensating.
OFF
Anti color-rolling is not compensating.
If the Auto anti color-rolling mode is selected, then the Auto flickerless mode is turned on at the
same time.
*Note Coaxial Communication (32 Bit)
Controller can communicate with camera through the BNC port.
Recommended controller
Coaxial Remote Controller: RM-1000
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CONTROL AND CONNECTIONS/
DAY&NIGHT IN/ALARM OUT TERMINALS
1. Terminal Block (Option)
GND
1-1. DAY&NIGHT EXTERNAL INPUT (1pin)
Switch the camera’s D/N mode to either Day or Night based on the input status. Refer to the
diagram below. The cameras D/N mode must be set to EXT for this to function.
2
Open contact: DAY
(GND)
Close contact: NIGHT
1
1-2. Common/Ground – Used for D/N and Alarm connections.
1-3. ALARM OUT - TTL level
Motion detection signals are output through this port. Active state is Low (GND).
Normal: Open Collector, ALARM: Low (GND).
1-4/5. CAMERA CONTROL
2. POWER INPUT TERMINAL
(Option)
~ AC 24V ~
In DC power, use the Adapter mode than DC 12V 500mA capacity.
It is recommended to use a DC power supply that can support
inrush current over 0.55A.
AC Power Cord Power cord accepts a 100-240V ~ 60(50)Hz ±1Hz.
AC 100-240V
3. VIDEO OUT CONNECTOR
BNC: BNC connector provides a 1.0Vp-p/75 ohms composite video signal.
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LENS
INSTALLING AUTO IRIS LENS
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SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
Power source
Power
Power consumption
G
E
N
E
R
A
L
Conne
ctor
&
Etc.
Image sensor
Total pixel
Effective pixels
Scanning system
Scanning frequency
Sync. System
Resolution
Min.illumination
Video Output
S/N Ratio
Camera Control
Lens
Scene Select
White Balance
AGC
Shutter Speed
F
BLC
U
Camera Title
DNR
N
Day&Night
IR Optimizer
C
Color Night
T
Privacy zone
Effect
I
Sens-up
Sharpness
O
WDR
N
E-Zoom
Bad Pixel
Motion
Auto-Color roling
Language
Power input
Video output
Auto iris output
Lens Mount
Operating temp.
Operating humidity
External Dimension
Weight
NTSC / PAL
DC12/AC24V±10%(Option)
AC Power Cord
( Free Voltage)
AC100-240V
~50(60)Hz±1Hz
DC12V/AC24V-210mA(2.5Watts)
45mA(3.0Watts)
DC12V-200mA(2.3Watts)
1/3” Super-HAD ll PS 960H CCD
NTSC-1028(H)x508(V) / PAL-1028(H)x596(V)
NTSC-976(H)x494(V) / PAL-976(H)x582(V)
2:1 Interlace
NTSC-15.734KHz(H) x 59.94Hz(V) / PAL-15.625KHz(H) x 50Hz(V)
Internal / Line Lock(Option)
750TVL
0.1Lux(Color), 0.01Lux(B/W), 0.001Lux(Slow-shutter)
1.0 Vp-p (75 ohm, Composite)
50dB (AGC off)
Tact switch, Coaxial COMM(32Bit), RS485(Pelco D)
DC / Manual
Custom / Full Auto / Indoor / Outdoor / Backlight / ITS
ATW / Push / User1 / User2 / Manual / PushLock
6~44.8 dB
1/50(60)-1/100,000 sec (Auto)
OFF / HLC / BLC
Alpha Numeric
2DNR, 3DNR : Gain Adjust
Auto / Day / Night
OFF / ON
OFF / ON
Max 15 (Tilt, Color, Transparency, Mosaic)
V-Flip / Mirror / Rotation / Nega&Posi / Freeze / Sharpness
OFF / Auto
0 ~ 15 steps
WDR / ATR-EX (LOW / MID / HIGH)
OFF / 0 ~ x255(E-Zoom) / PAN / TILT
Auto / Manual / Done(Max 64 point), Detected pixel display
Detect Sense / Interval / Block DISP / Mask Area / Monitor Area
Auto / ON / OFF
English, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, German, French, Japanese
Terminal Block
Power Cord
BNC
4-Pin Mini Din jack (standard connection)
C/CS Mount
14F ~ 122F(-10C ~ 50C)
0 ~ 96% (Non-condensing)
78.8(W) x 64(H) x 118.4(D)
0.57lb/260g(only camera)
0.99lb(450g)
Shipping Instructions
Use the following procedure when returning a unit to the factory:
1. Call or write Vicon for a Return Authorization (R.A.) at one of the locations listed below. Record the name
of the Vicon employee who issued the R.A.
Vicon Industries Inc.
89 Arkay Drive
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Phone: 631-952-CCTV (2288); Toll-Free: 1-800-645-9116; Fax: 631-951-CCTV (2288)
For service or returns from countries in Europe, contact:
Vicon Industries Ltd
Brunel Way
Fareham, PO15 5TX
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0) 1489 566300; Fax: +44 (0) 1489 566322
2.
Attach a sheet of paper to the unit with the following information:
a.
Name and address of the company returning the unit
b.
Name of the Vicon employee who issued the R.A.
c.
R. A. number
d.
Brief description of the installation
e.
Complete description of the problem and circumstances under which it occurs
f.
Unit’s original date of purchase, if still under warranty
3. Pack the unit carefully. Use the original shipping carton or its equivalent for maximum protection.
4. Mark the R.A. number on the outside of the carton on the shipping label.
Vicon Standard Equipment Warranty
Vicon Industries Inc. (the “Company”) warrants your equipment to be free from defects in material and
workmanship under Normal Use from the date of original retail purchase for a period of three years, with the
following exceptions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Uninterruptible Power Supplies: Two years from date of original retail purchase.
VDR-700 Recorder Series: One year from date of original retail purchase.
V5616MUX: One year from date of original retail purchase.
Arecont Cameras: One year from date of original retail purchase.
FMC series fiber-optic media converters and associated accessories: Lifetime warranty.
For PTZ cameras, “Normal Use” excludes prolonged use of lens and pan-and-tilt motors, gear
heads, and gears due to continuous use of “autopan” or “tour” modes of operation. Such
continuous operation is outside the scope of this warranty.
Any product sold as “special” or not listed in Vicon’s commercial price list: One year from date of
original retail purchase.
Date of retail purchase is the date original end-user takes possession of the equipment, or, at the sole
discretion of the Company, the date the equipment first becomes operational by the original end-user.
The sole remedy under this Warranty is that defective equipment be repaired or (at the Company’s option)
replaced, at Company repair centers, provided the equipment has been authorized for return by the
Company, and the return shipment is prepaid in accordance with policy.
The Company will not be obligated to repair or replace equipment showing abuse or damage, or to parts
which in the judgment of the Company are not defective, or any equipment which may have been tampered
with, altered, misused, or been subject to unauthorized repair.
Software supplied either separately or in hardware is furnished on an “As Is” basis. Vicon does not
warrant that such software shall be error (bug) free. Software support via telephone, if provided at
no cost, may be discontinued at any time without notice at Vicon’s sole discretion. Vicon reserves
the right to make changes to its software in any of its products at any time and without notice.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other conditions and warranties express or implied as to the Goods,
including any warranty of merchantability or fitness and the remedy specified in this Warranty is in
lieu of all other remedies available to the Purchaser.
No one is authorized to assume any liability on behalf of the Company, or impose any obligations on it in
connection with the sale of any Goods, other than that which is specified above. In no event will the
Company be liable for indirect, special, incidental, consequential, or other damages, whether arising from
interrupted equipment operation, loss of data, replacement of equipment or software, costs or repairs
undertaken by the Purchaser, or other causes.
This warranty applies to all sales made by the Company or its dealers and shall be governed by the laws of
New York State without regard to its conflict of laws principles. This Warranty shall be enforceable against
the Company only in the courts located in the State of New York.
The form of this Warranty is effective July 1, 2014.
THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY APPLY ONLY TO SALES MADE WHILE THIS WARRANTY IS IN
EFFECT. THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE OF NO EFFECT IF AT THE TIME OF SALE A DIFFERENT
WARRANTY IS POSTED ON THE COMPANY’S WEBSITE, WWW.VICON-SECURITY.COM. IN THAT
EVENT, THE TERMS OF THE POSTED WARRANTY SHALL APPLY EXCLUSIVELY.
Vicon Part Number: 8006-9010-03-11 Rev 0714
Vicon Industries Inc.
Internet Address: www.vicon-security.com
50303798A Rev.A
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