ALI-TS1032VR 2MP HD-TVI Infrared Mini Dome

ALI-TS1032VR 2MP HD-TVI Infrared Mini Dome
Infrared Mini Dome Camera
Installation and User Guide
Audio Out
RCA Connector
The ALIBI ALI-TS1032VR dome camera include a high sensitivity CMOS sensor with advanced circuit design
technology. It features HD-TVI encoded 1080p resolution, low noise feature which makes them suitable for
surveillance and image processing systems.
2 Megapixel @ 1080p video
120dB Wide Dynamic Range
2.8mm @ 100° field of view
65’ Smart IR distance
Built-in microphone
UTC Up the Coax control
Compact size
HD-TVI Video
BNC Connector
Camera drop cable connectors
What’s in the box
Camera assembly
Drill template
Video test cable
Adjuster (for camera module)
Security L- wrench
Mounting hardware (screws and wall inserts)
This manual
Security L-wrench
Video test cable
ALI-TS1032VR camera assembly front and side views
Tools you need
To install the camera, you will need:
12 Vdc power source. See Specifications for voltage and wattage requirements.
Tools and additional fasteners (may be required) for mounting the camera
HD-TVI compatible video recorder with monitor
Video, audio and power extension cables
CCTV video setup monitor (optional)
Before installation:
Hole for
screw (4)
Drop cable
Jack for
video test
During installation:
Hole for
Hole for
IR array
lock screw
ALI-TS1032VR camera internal components
Make sure that the device is in good condition and all the assembly parts are included.
Check the specification of the products for the installation environment.
Make sure that the wall or the ceiling is strong enough to withstand 3 times the weight of the camera.
To avoid fire or shock hazard, use only UL listed power supplies. Verify that the power supply will
provide the rated voltage and wattage for the camera. See the Specifications section.
Camera Lens: Handle the camera carefully to prevent scratching or soiling the lens. If the lens or IR
array shield becomes soiled, clean it only with approved products. See the Cleaning section.
Monitor impedance: Set the monitor impedance switch to 75 Ω.
Power supply: Camera drop cable: The camera drop cable includes three connectors:
—— Audio RCA connector: Connect the audio drop cable to a RCA extension cable.
—— Video BNC connector: For transmission of the HD-TVI video signal across a coax (75 Ω) BNC
extension cable.
—— Power connector: When applying Vdc power, observe the power polarity. See the picture
above for connector polarity configuration.
Using the drill template provided with your camera, mark the location of the two screws that anchor
the base assembly to the mounting surface. If you are routing the drop cable through base, also
mark the position of the hole for the drop cable. (See the template above.)
Drill holes for the screws that anchor the base to the ceiling. The mounting hardware provided is
appropriate for most surfaces. However, depending on the surface materials, more appropriate
fasteners may be required.
14. While holding the adjustor in place and observing the video from your camera, adjust the pan, tilt
and rotation of the camera module to aim it at your surveillance target.
CAUTION: Avoid touching the camera lens.
If using wall inserts with the mounting screws, install them at this time.
15. Remove the adjustor tool.
Drill a 3/4” hole for the camera drop cable, if necessary. The drop cable can be routed through the
mounting surface, or through a cable channel in the base assembly.
16. Tighten the pan lock screw.
Route video, power and audio extension cables from your power and monitoring equipment to the
mounting location of the camera. Do not apply power to the power extension cable at this time.
Using the L-wrench provided, loosen the four cover screws, and then lift the cover off of the base
Cover (captive)
screw (4)
17. Use the OSD menu system to customize the settings for your camera. See OSD Menu System
18. Reinstall the camera cover.
OSD Menu System
Locate the OSD joystick on base assembly.
Reset button
The OSD joystick is used to open the OSD menu and navigate through the menus. To open the
camera menus and select a menu option, press the joystick down (in toward the base assembly).
To navigate the menus, rock the joystick up (p, U) or down (q, D) to move through the parameter
list menus vertically, rock the joystick left (t, L) or right (u, R) to change the parameter value
that appears for the parameter. Press the joystick down (in toward the base assembly) to select the
parameter value shown. Changes made to the OSD setup must be saved to be retained.
Connect the camera drop cable to the video, power and audio extension cables.
Place the pad on the mounting location, and then anchor the base assembly to the surface over the
Connect the video, audio and power extension cables to your monitoring and power equipment.
Apply power to the camera.
Open the OSD menus by pressing the joystick in toward the base assembly. The OSD menu tree is
shown below.
Navigate through the menu OSD menus as adjust the camera function as needed.
10. If you have a CCTV video setup monitor, attach the video lead to the video test cable provided, then
plug the video test cable into the video test jack (see photos above).
11. Verify that you can see a clear video image from the camera on your monitoring equipment, and the
audio is clear.
12. Loosen the pan adjustment screw slightly so that the camera module pan (left and right) can be
13. Attach the “adjustor” tool provided to the camera module. See below.
Adjustor tool
Use FORMAT menu to select the video format mode. Options include PAL and NTSC.
Use LANGUAGE menu to select the OSD screen language. Options include Chinese and English (default).
After making changes to the parameters in the OSD menu, they must be SAVED to retain them after closing
the menu. See the SAVE & EXIT submenu below.
Pan lock screw
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BRIGHTNESS: Brightness refers to the average brightness of the image. You can set the
brightness level from 1 to 10 to darken or brighten the image. The higher the value, the brighter
the image.
GLOBAL: Normal exposure mode used to adjust unusual lighting distribution, variations,
non-standard processing, or other exposure conditions to produce an optimum image.
BLC (Backlight Compensation): BLC is a mechanism by which a camera can compensate
for the over-exposer of bright areas in the image through enhanced automatic exposure
control. The BLC level can be adjusted from 0 to 8.
WDR (Wide Dynamic Range): The feature helps to balance low light areas of the image
with very bright areas to produce a clearer image with better detail.
GAIN: Use the Gain control to optimize the clarity of the image in low light conditions. The GAIN
level can be set to HIGH, MIDDLE, or LOW. Select OFF to disable the GAIN enhancement.
Note: The noise is amplified when the GAIN is used.
WB (White Balance) submenu: Use this submenu to adjust the color temperature to produce
realistic color.
—— ATW: In ATW mode, white balance is adjusted automatically depending on the color
temperature of the scene.
—— MWB: Use Manual White Balance to manually set the R GAIN and B GAIN levels. These levels can
be set from 0 to 255 to control the shades of red and blue color of the image.
DAY & NIGHT submenu:
—— COLOR: The image is in color in day mode all the time.
—— B/W: The image is black and white all the time. The IR LEDs turns on in low-light conditions.
—— SMART: You can turn on/off the IR LEDs and set the value of SMART IR in this menu.
INFRARED: You can turn on/off the IR LED to meet the requirements of different
SMART IR: Use this function to adjust the light to its most suitable intensity and prevent
the image from over exposure. The SMART IR value can be adjusted from 0 to 3. The higher
the value the more obvious the effect. To disable this feature, set to 0.
DAY TO NIGHT: Set the value from 1 to 10. The higher the value, the earlier (brighter
environment) the camera switches from color to B/W mode.
NIGHT TO DAY: Set the value from 1 to 10. The higher the value, the earlier (darker
environment) the camera switches from B/W to color mode.
—— CONTRAST: This feature enhances the difference in color and light between parts of an image.
You can set the CONTRAST level from 1 to 10.
—— SHARPNESS: Sharpness determines the amount of detail an imaging system can reproduce. You
can set the SHARPNESS level from 1 to 10.
—— COLOR GAIN: Use this feature to set color saturation. The level ranges from 1 to 10.
—— DNR (Digital Noise Reduction): DNR feature can decrease the video noise, especially when
capturing moving images in low light conditions. It can produce a more accurate and sharp
image. Set the DNR level from 1 to 10.
DEFAULT: The mirror function is disabled.
H: The image flips 180° horizontally.
V: The image flips 180° vertically.
HV: The image flips 180° both horizontally and vertically.
RESET: Select RESET to set the camera to it’s factory default configuration.
SAVE & EXIT: Select SAVE & EXIT to save your settings and close the OSD menu system.
Clean the camera dome with an approved glass cleaning solution and a lint free cloth.
Dust can be removed from the unit by wiping it with a soft damp cloth. To remove stains, gently rub
the surface with a soft cloth moistened with a mild detergent solution, then rinse and dry it with a
soft cloth.
Remove all foreign particles, such as plastic or rubber materials, attached to the camera housing.
These may cause damage to the surface over time.
Do not use benzene, thinner or other chemical products on the camera assembly; these may
dissolve the paint and promote damage of the surfaces. Before using any chemical product,
carefully follow the accompanying instructions.
Possible Cause
Nothing appears on the screen
- Check the power connection.
- Check the video signal cable connection to the monitor.
The video image is dim or not clear.
- If the camera lens is dirty, clean it with a soft, clean cloth.
- Adjust the monitor controls, if necessary.
- If the camera is facing a very strong light, change the camera position.
- Adjust the lens focus.
The screen is dark.
- Adjust the contrast control of the monitor.
- If you have an intermediate device, set the impedance (75 Ω /Hi-Z)
properly, and check the cable connections.
The camera is not working properly and the
surface of the camera is hot.
- Verify that the camera is correctly connected to an appropriate regulated
power source.
The image on the monitor flickers
- Make sure that the camera isn’t facing direct sunlight or fluorescent light.
If necessary,change the camera position.
Image Sensor
1/2.8” Progressive Scan CMOS
1920 × 1080
Effective Pixels
1928 (H) × 1088 (V) (2.0 Megapixels approx.)
Min. Illumination
Color: 0.01 Lux; B/W: 0.0 Lux IR On @ F1.4, AGC On
Shutter speed
1 s to 1/50,000 s
2.8 mm @ F2.2
Angle of view
100° (2.8 mm)
Lens Mount
Angle Adjustment
Pan: ±30°, Tilt: 0 ~ 85°, Rotation: ±180°
Day & Night
True Day/Night (ICR)
Internal synchronization
Dynamic Range
120dB WDR
Video Output
1 Vp-p HD-TVI output (75 Ω, BNC connector)
Audio In
Built-in Microphone
Audio Output
1-ch audio interface (RCA connector)
Working Temperature
-40 °F ~ 140 °F (-40 °C ~ 60 °C)
90% or less (non-condensing)
Power Supply
12 Vdc (not included)
Power Consumption
Max. 5W
Impact Protection
Ingress Protection
IR Range
32 to 65 ft
3.82” × 1.83” × 3.92” (97 × 46.6 × 99.5 mm)
0.66 lb (300 g)
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