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On-Screen Display (OSD) Menu
Package Contents
Configure OSD menu options using the integrated
OSD joystick on the camera cable (see image to the
right).
To use the OSD menu:
• 1x 2.1MP Motorized Varifocal Bullet Camera
• 4x Mounting Screws
• 4x Drywall Anchors
• 1x Allen Key
• 1x Mounting Template
NOTE: Power adapter not included.
• 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 (
setting and push the joystick to enter.
). Select the
• 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 manual under the product’s
Downloads tab at www.flir.com/security/mpx.
HD-Analog
Language
Video Format
Backlight
DNR
Advanced
Version
Exit
OFF
WDR
BLC
HLC
Lens
(MPX only)
ELC
ALC
Brightness
Exposure
Shutter
Sens-Up
AGC
Auto
White Balance
ATW
Preset
Manual
Mode
Day&Night
Delay
D N Level
N D Level
Smart IR
Smart IR Level
Sharpness
Image
Color Gain
Freeze
Flip
Defog
Output mode
Special
Black Level
Privacy
Lens Adj (Service only)
Reset
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Safety Precautions
• 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.
• Camera is rated for outdoor use (IP66), but is not
intended for submersion in water.
• Do not point the cameras directly towards the sun or
a source of intense light.
2.1MP CNV Motorized Varifocal
Bullet Camera
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English Version 1.0
MODEL:
C347BC2 SERIES
WDR Function Notice
WDR is not supported in analog output mode.
FCC Notice
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 his own expense.
MULTI-FORMAT
FLIR Systems, Inc., Copyright © 2016
As our products are subject to continuous improvement, FLIR Systems
Inc. reserves the right to modify product design, specifications and
prices, without notice and without incurring any obligation. E&OE
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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.
1. 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.
2. Connect the video and power cable as detailed in the
section ‘Setting up the Camera’.
3. Attach the camera base to the mounting surface using
the included screws (4×).
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. Connect a power source to the power terminal block. The
camera supports both 12V DC and 24V AC power supplies.
NOTE: For DC power, make sure to follow correct polarity as
marked on the power connector.
WARNING:
A REGULATED 12V DC or 24V AC 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.
Connect to a
12V DC or 24V AC
power supply.*
Analog
B
MPX
MPX
A) Loosen the screw on the
camera base with the Allen
key to tighten / loosen the
stand connection. Adjust the
camera’s horizontal position.
B) Loosen lower screw with
the Allen key to adjust the
camera’s vertical position.
C
Using the integrated OSD joystick on the camera
cable, you can change the camera’s video format.
To change the camera’s video format:
1. Press and hold the joystick for 2 seconds to
change the camera’s current video format.
2. Repeat until the correct video format appears on
screen.
NOTE: During the switching process, you may notice minor
distortion in the camera image for a brief period. This is normal.
For details on supported analog HD camera formats,
visit www.flir.com/security/MPXcomp.
Camera Wiring
4. Set the position and angle of the camera using the
included Allen key.
A
Changing Video Format
Connect to an analog HD DVR
supporting 1080p or higher
resolution.**
Analog
Connect to any DVR supporting
analog input.
* Camera focus may be affected if the power connection is too
long. It is recommended not to extend the power connection
past 200ft (61m).
** For information on compatibility with various analog HD
formats, visit www.flir.com/security/MPXcomp.
Adjusting Zoom & Focus
Using the OSD joystick on the camera cable, push the
joystick in up ( ) position and hold to zoom in. Push the
joystick in down ( ) position and hold to zoom out. The
camera will focus itself automatically.
NOTE: You can also adjust zoom and focus remotely if the
camera is connected to an analog HD DVR supporting 1080p
or higher resolution using the MPX (green) BNC connector.
See your DVR’s instruction manual for details.
Camera Dimensions
10.5”
269mm
4.1”
106mm
3.5”
89mm
Extension Cable Options
C) Loosen the screws on either side of the
camera stand with the Allen key to rotate the
camera housing. Loosen the right-side to make
fine adjustments, or the left-side for broad
adjustments.
5. Remove the protective film from the camera lens.
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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 1310ft (400m)†
RG6 20AWG Conductor 95% Braid
CSA/UL or C(UL) Approved
Up to 1640ft (500m)†
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.
Resources
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software and complete instruction manuals
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