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On-Screen Display (OSD) Menu
Configure OSD menu options using the
integrated control stick on the camera
cable (see image to the right).
To use the OSD menu:
• OPTIONAL: Connect a test monitor to the
camera’s analog (yellow) BNC connector.
• Push the middle of the joystick to open the
OSD menu.
• Move the joystick / to select a setting,
then
/
to change the setting value.
• Push the middle of the joystick to confirm selection.
• Arrows beside settings indicate a submenu (
).
Select the setting and push the joystick to enter.
• Select RETURN and push the joystick to return to the
previous menu, or EXIT from the main menu to exit.
See the full OSD menu tree below. For detailed
explanation of camera settings, see the OSD
instruction manual on www.flirsecurity.com/pro.
Language
Video Format
Backlight
DNR
Advanced
OFF
WDR
BLC
HLC
(MPX only)
Lens
Exposure
White Balance
Day&Night
Image
Special
Version
Exit
Reset
ELC
ALC
Brightness
Shutter
Sens-Up
AGC
Auto
ATW
Preset
Manual
Mode
Delay
D N Level
N D Level
Smart IR
Smart IR Level
Sharpness
Color Gain
Freeze
Flip
D-Zoom
Defog
Black Level
Privacy
DP Comp
Package Contents
• 1x 2.1MP Fixed Dome Camera
• 4x Mounting Screws
• 4x Drywall Anchors
• 1x Allen Key
• 1x Power Pigtail Adapter
• 1x Mounting Template
NOTE: 12V DC adapter not included.
Safety Precautions
2.1MP Fixed Dome Camera
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English Version 2.0
MODEL: C233ED/
C233EDP
• Use an appropriate low voltage power cable to
prevent fire or electrical shock.
• Make sure to install the camera in an area that can
support the camera weight.
• There are no user serviceable parts inside the
camera. Please do not disassemble the camera.
• Do not clean the lens cover with an abrasive cleaning
material. Please use a soft cloth to clean the lens
cover.
WDR Function Notice
WDR is not supported in analog output mode.
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Installing the Camera
ATTENTION:
Test the camera prior to selecting a permanent
mounting location by temporarily connecting the
camera(s) and cables to the DVR.
To install the camera:
1. Use the included Allen key
to loosen the security screw
on the dome cover.
2. Rotate the camera base counter-clockwise to separate
it from the ball camera and dome cover.
3. Use the included mounting template to mark and drill
holes for the included mounting screws.
NOTE: Insert the included drywall anchors if installing into
drywall.
Setting up the Camera
1. Connect one of the two BNC connectors on the camera to
the video cable. See “Camera Wiring” for details.
2. DC Power—Power Pigtail: Connect the included power
pigtail to the camera. Connect the terminating wires of the
cable directly to the DC power source.
OR
3. DC Power—Power Adapter: Connect a 12V DC power adapter
(not included) to the camera and a local power outlet.
NOTE: For pigtail connection with 12V DC, make sure to check
polarity specifications on the power adapter.
WARNING:
A REGULATED 12V DC power supply is REQUIRED for use with
this camera. Use of a non-regulated, non-conforming power
supply can damage this product and voids the warranty.
Camera Wiring
Connect to the included
power pigtail or a 12V
DC power adapter
(not included).*
4. Feed the camera cable through the camera base.
5. Connect the video and power cable as detailed in the
section ‘Setting up the Camera’.
6. Attach the camera base to the mounting surface using
the included screws.
Camera Specifications
Analog
MPX
MPX
Connect to an MPX
DVR for 1080p viewing
and recording.
Analog
Connect to an analog
DVR for 960H viewing
and recording.
* Camera focus may be affected if the power connection is too
long. It is recommended not to extend the power connection
past 200ft (61m).
7. Position the dome cover over the ball camera and twist
clockwise onto the camera base. Do not tighten completely.
8. Move the ball camera to the desired position. While
holding the ball camera in place, twist the dome cover the
rest of the way to secure it to the camera base. Holding
the camera prevents it from moving while tightening the
dome cover.
9. Use the included
Allen key to tighten
the security screw on
the dome cover.
Mounting
Surface
Camera Base
4 pcs
Ball Camera
Dome Cover
Extension Cable Options
The entire length of the cable run must be made using a
single extension cable between the camera and the DVR.
Specification
Maximum Length
RG59 20AWG Conductor 95% Braid
CSA/UL or C(UL) Approved
Up to 1000ft (300m)†
RG6 20AWG Conductor 95% Braid
CSA/UL or C(UL) Approved
Up to 2000ft (600m)†
Analog CCTV Balun
Up to 300ft (91m)
† Long cable runs over 1000ft (300m) may be affected by
electro-mechanical interference (EMI), which can increase the
amount of noise in the picture in some installations.
Image Sensor
1/3” 2.1MP CMOS
Video Format
NTSC (C233ED)/PAL (C233EDP)
Effective Pixels
H: 1920 V: 1080
Resolution
Digital: 1080p
Analog: 960H
Scan System
Progressive
Sync System
Internal
S / N Ratio
≥ 50dB (AGC Off)
Iris
AES
AES Shutter Speed
1/60 (1/50) ~ 1/60,000 sec.
Min. Illumination
0.1 LUX (IR Off)
0 LUX (IR LEDs On)
Video Output
Digital: 1080p MPX HD-CVI
Analog: Composite 1.0Vpp @ 75ohm
Lens Focal Length / Type
3.6mm F2.0 / Fixed
FOV (Horizontal)
MPX: 88°
960H: 82°
Termination
BNC Type
IR Range / Qty.
70ft / 21m; 24 IR LED’s
Power Requirement
12V DC ± 10%
Power Consumption
380mA MAX with IR LED
Operating Temp. Range
–22° ~ 140°F / –30° ~ 60°C
Environmental Rating
IP66
Dimensions (DΦ x H)
3.7” x 2.5”
93mm x 64mm
Weight
0.7lbs / 0.3kg
Camera Dimensions
2.5”
64mm
3.7”
93mm
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