Page 1 About this manual, Before installing and using the camera

Page 1 About this manual, Before installing and using the camera
About this manual;
Before installing and using the camera, please read this manual
carefully. Be sure to keep it handy for later reference.
Printed in Korea.
HIGH RESOLUTION DAY & NIGHT COLOR CAMERA
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Vandal Proof
Dome Camera
Vandal Proof Dome Camera is powered by a new DSP chip which
enables DNR(Digital Noise Reduction), Disk Saving Effect, Day &
Night Function, Privacy Masking, Wide Range Auto Tracking White
Balance, and OSD(On Screen Display).
Thank you for choosing a high resolution DAY & NIGHT color CCD camera,
Before operating the camera, confirm the camera model and proper input power
voltage. In order to that you can understand this manual thoroughly, we'll
introduce our mode! description.
CAUTION : |
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, |
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK), |
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE, |
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED |
SERVICE PERSONNEL |
The lightning flash with an arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence
of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product's enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
INFORMATION - This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
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
his own expense.
WARNING - Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
MEMO
Specifications
ITEM
| NTSC | PAL
Size
1/3" Sony interline transfer CCD
Effective Pixels
| 768(H) x 494(V), 380K pixels | 752(Н) х 582(V), 440K pixels
Scanning System
525 lines 2:1 Interface 625 lines 2:1 Interface
Synchronization intemal / Line Lock selectable 0~359° (adjustable)
Frequency 15,734KHz(H), 59.94Hz(V) | 15625KHz{H), 50.00Hz(V)
shútter Speed ESC/MANUAL/FLK ESCIMANUAL/FLK
(1/60~1/120,000sec.) (1/50-1/100,000sec.)
Video Output VBS 1.0 Vp-p / 750hm
S/N Ratio 50dB (AGC Off)
Resolution 540 TVL
Min. llumination 0.3Lux/F1.2(Color), 0.1Lux/F1.2(B/W), 0.002Lux(Sense-up)
О.5.0 Built-in
White Balance ATW/AWC/MANUAL (1,800°K ~10,500°K)
Color ON / AUTO À
Gain Control OFF/ LOW / MIDDLE / HIGH
Motion Detection ON / OFF (4 Programming Zone)
Sens-Up OFF / AUTO
DNR OFF/ LOW / MIDDLE / HIGH (Digital Noise Reduction)
Mirror Built-in (Horizontal Image Inversion)
Privacy Function
ON / OFF (4 Programming Zone)
Back Light Comp.
OFF / LOW / MIDDLE / HIGH
Lens
C/CS Mount (Screw Lock)
Power Source
12VDC Only, Max. 160mA (Led On : 560MA)
24VAC Only 150mA //DC12VDC 220mA
Operating Temp -10°C ~ +50°C
Operating Humidity Max. 90% RH
Dimension 64(W)x65.4(H)x120.0(L)mm
Weight 930g
Features
Clear image quality has been achieved by employing a SONY CCD with 410,000
(effective) pixels, which provides a horizontal resolution of 540 TV lines.
DAY & NIGHT
This camera has a function that automatically selects the mode that is
appropriate for daytime or night-time conditions. The COLOR mode operates in
daytime conditions to provide optimum colors, and BW mode operates in
nighttime conditions to enhance the definition of the image.
Electronic IRIS
The electronic IRIS function enables continuous automatic control of the shutter
between 1/60~1/120,000 seconds.
PRIVACY Function
The PRIVACY function conceals the areas you do not wish to appear on the
screen.
VIDEO/OC Drive Lens
The video drive lens and the DC drive lens can be selected by the touch of a
switch.
The built-in high sensitivity SONY COLOR CCD enables a clear image even in
0.3Lux (0.1Lux B/W) or as low as 0.002Lux with SENS-UP.
The amount of low illuminance noise has been significantly reduced, and the
signal-to-noise ratio (S/N ratio) as well as horizontal resolution has been
improved, resulting in a clear and sharp image display even in the dark.
Controlled by OSD Menu
The camera can be controlled by selecting text displayed on the monitor screen.
SENS-UP, MOTION DETECTION, MIRROR, SHARPNESS and SYNC (INT/LL)
functions are also available.
If B/W mode, IR—LED is lighted, 0 Luxes, Outdoor visibility range 16M
guarantees is available
Do not install the camera in
extreme temperature conditions.
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Only use the camera under
conditions where temperatures are
between -10°C and +50°C. Be
especially careful to provide
ventilation when operating under
high temperatures.
Do not install the camera under
unstable lighting conditions.
Severe lighting change or flicker can
cause the
improperly.
camera
to
work
Do not install or use the camera in an
environment where the humidity is
high.
It can cause the image quality to be
poor.
Do not touch the front lens of the
camera.
It is one of the most important parts of
the camera. Be careful not to be
stained
by fingerprint.
Trouble shooting
Problems Trouble shooting
The MOTION + Please check if 'MOTION DETECTION' mode is
DETECTION turned on.
function is not | + Please check if the MD LEVEL is too low.
working. - Please check the setting of the MD AREA.
Colors are not quite
right
Please check the WHITE BAL' setting.
The screen is
flickering.
» Please check if the camera is facing directly into
sunlight or fluorescent light.
* Please check if an auto iris lens is being used.
* Please check the connection of the lens connector
cable.
L/L mode isn't able
to be selected.
* Have you connected your camera to DC power
source? Connect it to AC power source.
L/L mode is not
available.
Please check the frequency of power supply
(60Hz for NTSC, 50Hz for PAL).
COLOR mode is not
working.
= Please check if the AGC menu is set to the OFF
position.
SENS-UP function
is not working.
. Please check if the AGC menu is set to the OFF
position.
* Please check if the SHUTTER menu is set to
MANUAL mode.
Trouble shooting
If there are problems in operation, please refer to the items below.
If the problem persists, please contact the agent you purchased this product
from
Problems
Trouble shooting
Nothing appears on
the screen.
* Please check the power connection.
* Please check the video signal line connection.
- Please check and make sure that the auto lens
switch is set to DC (VIDEO) when using a VIDEO(DC)
lens.
The video image is
not clear
* Please check if the lens is clean.
Please clean the lens with a clean cloth or brush.
* Please adjust the contrast feature of the monitor.
* Please make sure that the screen is not exposed
directly to a bright light. Please move the camera if
necessary.
* Please readjust the back focus of the camera.
The screen is dark.
* Please adjust the contrast feature of the monitor.
* |f you have an intermediate device, set the 75 / Hi-z
properly, and check the terminals.
* Please check if an auto iris lens is being used and
adjust the brightness level.
There is a problem
with the camera
operation.
The camera surface
is too hot and black
stripes appear on
| the screen.
* Please check if an appropriate power source to the
camera complies with the manufacturers standard
requirement, or if the voltage keeps changing.
Do not drop the camera or subject
it to physical shocks.
It can cause malfunctions to occur.
Do not expose the camera to rain
or spill beverage on it.
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If it gets wet, wipe it dry
immediately.
Liquids can contain minerals that
corrode the electronic components.
Never keep the camera face to
strong light directly.
it can damage the CCD.
Do not expose the
radioactivity.
camera
If it is exposed to radioactivity,
For heated CCD, it will be out of order.
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Camera operation
- Menu
- Settings
LENS (selection)
SHUTTER (condition and speed control)
WHITE BALANCE control
BACKLIGHT (Backlight Compensation)
AGC (Auto gain compensation)
DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
SENS-UP
SPECIAL
EXIT
» SHARPNESS
The outline of the video image become cleaner and more distinctive as the level
of SHARPNESS increases. If the level goes up excessively, however, it may
affect the video image and generate noise.
- The available range of level is 0~31.
->RESET: Return to the level which was set by the manufacturer for shipment.
Saves all the setting menus and then exits.
* MOTION DETECTION
This product has a feature that allows you to observe movements of objects in 4
different areas on the screen, and the words 'MOTION DETECTED’ appear on
the screen when movement is detected; hence a single individual can conduct
supervision efficiently.
The camera detects an object's movement by sensing disparity of outline, and
level of brightness and color.
- Please press the SETUP button.
- OFF: MOTION DETECTION mode is cancelled.
- ON: Any motion in the selected areas is observed.
- Please select the area you wish to observe from the 4 area in AREA SEL mode.
- Please select ON mode for the chosen area.
- Please adjust the size of the area to be observed by using the UP, DOWN,
LEFT or RIGHT button.
- Please adjust the level of observation by using SENSITIVE mode.
*Please press the SETUP button to save the changes and complete the setting.
> PRIVACY
This mode conceals the areas you do not wish to appear on the screen.
- OFF: Cancels the PRIVACY mode.
- ON: Operates the PRIVACY mode.
- Please press the SETUP button.
- Please select the area you do not wish to appear from the 4 area in AREA SEL
mode.
- Please select ON mode for the chosen area.
- Please adjust the size of the area to be concealed by using the UP, DOWN,
LEFT or RIGHT button.
> MIRROR
- ON: Sets a horizontal image inversion.
- OFF: Cancels the inversion.
Components
(A) OSD Control B/D
(B) IR-LED 42pcs B/D
(C) DC-IRIS & ICR Vari-focal Lens
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(E) WIRE FOR VBS-EXTRA sein
(F) INSTRUCTION GUID
Names and Functions of Parts
(I) LENS : Vari-Focal Auto Iris Lens
(3.8mm ~ 9.5mm / F1.2, 4.0mm ~ 9.0mm / F1.5)
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E SETUP button :
Used for the menu display. This button can be used to confirm settings after
changing the value of the selected function or current conditions.
E UP 86 DOWN buttons :
Used for selecting items by moving the cursor up or down on the menu screen.
¥ LEFT & RIGHT buttons :
Used when changing item values, by moving the cursor to the left or right on the
menu screen.
> COLOR
- AUTO: This camera has a function which automatically changes to the
appropriate mode for daytime or night-time.
The COLOR mode is operated daytime, and it converts to BW mode for night-
time.
- ON: The color mode is selected by default, and the modes do not change
automatically.
NOTE
- When the AGC is tumed off, COLOR does not operate.
| - When an infrared light used, there may be a problem with focusing.
> SYNC
Two SYNCHRONIZATION modes are available INTERNAL and EXTERNAL
LINE-LOCK. In LINE-LOCK mode, it synchronizes the video signal between
cameras without a synchronous generator.
The line-lock synchronization is only used in the areas of 60Hz (NTSC Models) /
50Hz (PAL Models)
- INT: Internal synchronization
- LL: External line-lock synchronization
* If you choose 'LL', you can adjust the desired phase.
Press the SET button.
* You can adjust the desired phase from 0 to 359.
NOTE
- When the power frequency is 50Hz, you can not use the line-lock mode
(NTSC models)
- When the power frequency is B0Hz, you can not use the line-lock mode
(PAL models)
| -' Sync' model is fixed "INT" in DC 12V input power.
SPECIAL
> CAMERA ID
NOTE
- If “OFF is selected, the ID does not appear on the monitor even if it has
| been input
Up to 15 letters can be used for the ID.
(1) Please move the cursor to the letter you wish to choose by using the UP and
DOWN button.
(2) Select an ID from A,B-Y,Z, a,b-y,z,0,1-8,9 by using the UP, DOWN, LEFT
and RIGHT buttons.
(3) Please lock in the letters by using the SETUP button.
- When the letter is locked in, the cursor moves to the next space.
(4) Please repeat the above to input the ID.
NOTE
- IF the wrong name has been input.
If you press the setup button after moving the cursor to CLR, all the letter
will be erased.
If you want to correct a letter, please move the cursor to the arrow at the
bottom left of the screen and press ‘SET’ Please position the cursor above
the letter you wish to correct, and then move the cursor onto the letter you
Wish io choose and press the SETUP button. ~~ a
- When a name has been chosen, please select a position for the name display.
(1) Please move the cursor onto ‘POS’ and then press the SETUP button.
(2 The name will appear at the top left comer.
(3) Please find the position you wish to display the name by using the 4
directional buttons, and press the SETUP button.
Xx VBS-EXTRA FOR CONNECTING TO LCD Monitor
Please use the supplied wire when connecting to LCD Monitor. This enables
installers to see the video output through a portable monitor at the sight .
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VES-EXTRA
Dimension
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NOTE
- When SHUTTER is in the manual mode, SENS UP dees not operate.
- When AGC is turned off, SENS UP does not operate.
Installation
Please press the SETUP button when all the settings are complete.
HUBBER
/ BOTOTOL
| NOTE
- The maximum strong magnification in low fight level movement situations
can be adjusted by pressing the SETUP button in ‘AUTO’ mode (X2~X128)
- AS the magnification increases, the screen gets brighter, however the
after image also increases.
- If storage magnification is increased while SENS UP is operating, it may
cause noise, And spots may appear, however this is normal.
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BACKLIGHT {BackHght Compensation)
When there is a strong backlight behind the object, clear as the object can still be
obtained by using the BACKLIGHT
> HIGH: The gain increases from 0dB up to 42dB
> MIDDLE: The gain increases from 0dB up to 30dB
> LOW: The gain increases from OdB up to 18dB
> OFF: BACKLIGHT function does not work
AGC{Auto Gain Controi)
As the level of gain increases, the screen gets brighter and the level of also
increase.
» HIGH: The gain increases or decreases within the range of 6dB~42dB
> MIDDLE: The gain increases or decreases within the range of 6dB~30dB
> LOW: The gain increases or decreases within the range of 6dB~18dB
* OFF: The gain is fixed at 6dB.
ONR (Digital Noise Reduction)
The background noise in the low light level decreases automatically as the level
of gain changes.
> OFF: There is no reduction in noise level.
> LOW: There is a small reduction in noise leve! with almost no ghost image.
MIDDLE: The most effective mode. There is a sufficient reduction in noise
levels without causing much ghost imaging.
> HIGH: The level of noise is reduced greatly, however there is an increase in
ghost imaging.
NOTE
- When AGC is turned off, DNR does not operate.
SENS UP helps maintain a bright, clear screen image by automatically detecting
changes in the level of light in low light level conditions.
- AUTO: Low light level auto mode.
» OFF: The function does not operate.
Cable Connections
Video Out — „и GND
DB Lim
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Powerl+| a enn
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1 Video Output | Yellow
2 Power In Black
Ex Power supply
1) To avoid fire or shock hazard, must use a UL listed power supply.
E Monitor Impedance
1) Set the impedance switch to a 75Q standard position.
2) When monitor is set to high impedance mode, the picture become blurred.
In this case, just check the switch position of monitor impedance.
Caution!
To avoid smear, do not expose the camera directly to the strong light
source such as sun or spot light.
* Please keep dome cover and camera lens clean for better picture,
Setup Menu
ПО MP es hE he
LENS (selection) * MANUAL * DCIVIDEO
SHUTTER
* ESC * MANUAL * FLK
(condition and speed control) ES
WHITE BALANCE control * ATW* AWC“ MANUAL
BACKLIGHT
* OFF * LOW* MIDDLE * HIGH
(Backlight compensation) © 6
AGC (Auto Gain control) * OFF * LOW * MIDDLE * HIGH
DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) * OFF * LOW * MIDDLE * HIGH
SENS-UP {Low illuminance) * OFF * AUTO
* CAMERA ID * COLOR
* SYNC * MOTION D N
SPECIAL ‘$ MOTION DETECTIO
* PRIVACY * MIRROR
| * SHARPNESS * RESET
_ EXIT o
LENS (selection)
> MANUAL : Manual lens selection.
» DC : Auto iris lens selection.
The brightness of the screen can be adjusted in DC mode. The brightness can
be adjusted within the range of 1-70.The optimum level of brightness for the
user can be achieved adjustment.
-If you select the manual mode, it can be adjusted in ESC mode.
$ Camera Operation
SHUTTER
Auto or manual control can be selected.
FLK : Select 'FLK’ mode when flickering occurs on the screen, due to an
imbalance between illumination and frequency. NTSC Model: 1/100sec, PAL
Model: 1/120sec
> MANUAL : The shutter speed can be controlled manually.
WHITE BALANCE contro!
The screen color can be adjusted by using the WHITE BALANCE function.
* Please select one of the 3 modes below.
> ATW(Auto Tracking White Balance) : This mode can be used within the
color temperature range 1,800°K ~10,500°K(eg, fluorescent light, outdoor,
sodium vapor lamp or inside tunnels)
» AWC(Auto White Balance control) : Please press the SETUP button while
the camera is directed at a piece of white paper to obtain the optimum state
under current illumination.
If the environment including the light source is changed you have to adjust the
white balance again.
» MANUAL : The manual adjustment mode enables fine adjustment.
Please select ATW or AWC first.
Please change to manual adjustment mode and press the SETUP button.
Please set the appropriate color temperature, and then increase or decrease the
red and blue color values while monitoring the color change on the object.
Note
- Under the following conditions the WHITE BALANCE function may not
operate properly.
In such cases, please select the AWC mode.
(1) When the object's surroundings have a very high color temperature.
(eg, a clear sky and sunset)
(2) When the object's surroundings are dark
3 If the camera directly faces a fluorescent light or is installed in a place
where there are considerable changes in illumination, the WHITE
| BALANCE function become unstable
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