Installation Manual Indoor / Outdoor Speed Dome Camera Note

Installation Manual Indoor / Outdoor Speed Dome Camera Note
Installation Manual
Indoor / Outdoor Speed Dome Camera
Note: Please read the following before installation
Safety precautions
1. Select a proper location and use safe hoist for installing speed dome cameras.
2. Confirm that the hoist is capable of lifting to the installation position.
3. Proper protective measures must be provided in the hoist, for protecting
engineering staffs.
4. Confirm that power supply is 110V/220V. Ensure safety precautions for
preventing electric shock.
Warning indications for use
1. When using this product, please follow the local electrical appliance regulations
for safety concern.
2. This product is using AC24V power input, for safety of use, do not use any power
supply other than that specified.
3. For the safety of the engineering staffs, apply power only upon completion of
installation.
Requirements for Operation environment
1. Environmental requirements for indoor type speed dome cameras:
Environment temperature: -10°C to +50°C
Environment humidity: <90%
Power supply: AC24V, 2.0A, 50/60Hz
2. Environmental requirements for outdoor type speed dome cameras:
Environment temperature: -30°C to +50°C
Environment humidity: <90%
Power supply: AC24V, 2.0A, 50/60Hz
Precautions on installation
1. Basic requirements for installation
a. Follow local regulations about installation safety request.
b. Check out if accessories are complete. Optional accessories are required for
different installation sites. Please contact your local distributors for proper
installation accessories, so that the camera could be installed safely without
causing danger.
2. Check if the installation location is of sufficient height.
3. Check if the installation location is strong enough for supporting cameras. Make
sure installation spots (ceiling or wall) is of sufficient strength to support the
camera and bracket without immediate danger of falling.
4. Cable standards
Coaxial cable for image signal:
Select proper cable length for your installation distance. Recommended spec. is
as follows:
RG59/U:
300ft (100 meters)
RG6/U:
700ft (210 meters)
RG11/U:
1200ft (360 meters)
RS485 cable:
Please comply with RS485 wiring standards and select proper RS485 cable.
Improper cable may result in RS485 communication transmission error, which may
cause speed dome cameras to react incorrectly. Please pay much attention to this
prior to installation.
When thinner or lower anti-interference RS485 cable is used for connecting the
camera, the maximum transmission distance may be shortened and vice versa.
Standard rule for RS485 transmission distance:
When using 18AWG(Belden 8760) Shielded Twisted Pair Cable, different
control Baud Rate will have different transmission distance performance, the ideal
is as below table:
Baud rate
Max. Transmission Distance
2400
4800
9600
1200 meters
1000 meters
800 meters
More details will be given in the follow-up sections.
5. Setting of Camera Position Code
Prior to installation, setup ID address and communication protocol of your
camera firstly, then you can install it. While when re-setting of ID or protocol is
necessary after installation, please avoid such resetting when power of camera is
“ON” and please POWER-OFF firstly the camera before resetting, then this new
resetting will become valid.
6. Self Test of Camera
Before installing this camera, please execute camera self-testing as following:
when powering on the camera, it will automatically execute tilt up/down scanning,
then pan horizontal scanning for around 20~30 seconds, then camera will stop at
the Preset Point 1. Upon completion of these, the speed dome camera is in normal
condition.
7. Please keep the original packaging
After unpacking the camera, take good care of the original packaging. In case any
problem occurred, it can be used to re-pack cameras for returning to the local
distributor or manufacturer for repair.
8. Remove protection materials before supplying power to the camera, so as to
prevent it from faulty operation or causing mechanical errors.
Accessories and Installation
1.Precautions
This product is normally installed in an elevated position. Installation work should
comply with local safe regulations.
Proper safety precautions and protective measures shall be taken for installing
the camera.
For the personnel safety sake, carry out electrification and product test only after
completion of installation work.
Safety Pin
After done setting the ID Address for the speed dome, please remove the Safety Pin
(see below picture) before turning on the power. Failure to do so will result
damaging the speed dome and causing unnecessary malfunction.
Electrification test
Before connecting the power, make a final check to confirm correct wiring.
When powering on the camera, it will automatically execute self testing by doing
firstly Tilt up/down scanning, then pan horizontal scanning, then camera will stop at
the Preset Point 1. Upon completion of these, the self testing is well done.
2. For Indoor Speed Dome
Surface type
Firstly please take out the chassis of Indoor camera kit, then fix it in the location
which you desire to install, and following the wiring diagram for AC24V, RS485 and
video signal cable of indoor basement as below. Please make sure this basement is
well installed and avoid any danger of falling-down concern.
Wiring diagram for Indoor speed dome
A
B
C
A: RS485 INPUT
B: Video Output
C: AC24 INPUT
Installation Procedures for Indoor Surface type Speed Dome:
Firstly install the basement of indoor speed dome to the desired location as below,
and double check whether it’s well fixed:
Then follow the below of Photo A to plug the pins into the socket by correct
direction; if the direction is correct but can’t plug in, then please check local
distributor for trouble-shooting support, please don’t plug in by any improper force
which may cause the damage of the camera itself.
(Photo A)
Against clockwise
direction to loosen
the camera from
Chassis
By clockwise
direction to
tighten the camera
into Chassis
In-ceiling type
This type of installation is to install the indoor type camera into the ceiling hole;
only the dome cover will appear out of the ceiling.
The ceiling must be capable of sustaining weight 4 times or above of that of the
camera, so that the camera will not fall and cause injury to any person.
Installation Procedures for Indoor In-ceiling type Speed Dome:
Punching holes in the ceiling:
Remove the target ceiling first, inside the packing carton, you will find the 1:1
indication sticker of punching hole location. Attach this sticker to the ceiling where
you want to install the camera, and make the desired holes accordingly with a
proper tool.
Take out the dome cover of camera, then put on the metal ring and fix this dome
cover on it as below :
then install the upper body of indoor camera into ceiling as below:
3. Outdoor mount installation
The mounting wall must be strong enough for holding the camera. Minimum loading
capacity should be at least 35 kg or above, for prevention of fall and personal injury.
As below:
For Wall mount bracket only:
For Wall mount bracket with waterproof box:
For pendant mount bracket only:
For pendant mount bracket with waterproof box:
For Corner wall mount bracket :
For Corner wall mount bracket with waterproof box:
For Pole mount bracket:
For Pole mount bracket with waterproof box:
4. Indoor Speed Dome Bracket
For Wall mount bracket only:
For pendant mount bracket only:
5. Two-connection methods can be used for the outdoor type
Non-waterproof box
There is a connecting board attached to the packing. The external cables for control
circuit/ power supply/ video signal can be connected to this connecting board.
Afterwards, connect the control cable and AC24V from the speed dome camera to
the connecting board and complete the wiring. Then the bracket is ready to be
installed to the wall. The connecting board is as per the following diagram:
RS485 connector is comprised of 4 pins, they are assigned as follows:
Black:
RS485 (
)
Brown:
RS485 (
)
RS485 (
RS485 (
)
)
Red:
Orange:
Waterproof box wiring
Firstly fix the box to the wall and connect Power supply, Video signal and RS485 to
the box. Then connect the 4-pin cable and AC 24V power supply cable to the
connecting board. Use the 4 screws to fix the waterproof box to the bracket. This
completes installation of the waterproof box. The waterproof box is as per following
drawing.
D RS485 & Video
Cable from Housing
C Power cable - From Housing
A Power Input - Wire
Connection needed
B Video Cable Out Connection
A Power input
Connect this jack to the power supply of 110VAC or 230VAC according to the product you bought.
B Video-Out Cable Connection
Connect the Video-Out cable from housing to another BNC cable for video image inside the power
box.
C Housing Power Cable Connection
Connect the power cable from housing to the board inside of the power box.
6. Alarm Interface Info (OPTIONAL PRODUCT)
Outdoor Speed dome is able to add alarm input, which will activate the camera
automatically to preset points corresponding to the alarm received. Such interfaces
is built-in with 4 N.O. Contact Alarm Input and 1 N.O output (the tolerance of
voltage for N.O is DC30V, 1A) , which can correspond to PRESENT 1 to PRESENT 4,
as below table
ALARM INPUT
ALARM 1.
PRESET 1.
RED line
ALARM 2.
PRESET 2.
GREEN line
ALARM 3.
PRESET 3.
YELLOW line
ALARM 4.
PRESET 4.
PURPLE line
COM
BLACK line
ALARM OUTPUT, DC30V, 1A
ALARM OUTPUT
BLUE line
WHITE line
7. RS485 Wiring Method
Two RS485 wiring methods can be used according to actual needs. We
recommend the following wiring methods for avoiding mal function of RS485
control.
RS485 serial connection
This method connects speed dome cameras in sequential manner where the first
camera connects to the second and then the second to the third, and so on until the
last one. A terminal resistance is connected to the last camera to form a closed loop,
see the following illustration:
PELCO
ControlKeyboard
When connecting the entire system, set terminal resistance to the last camera for
ensuring normal control.
As how to set this terminal resistance, there is one control board of dip switches
as below:
Set the blue-color DIP S/W # 5 as “ON”, then this will activate RS485 terminal
resistance, in contract as “OFF”, it’s to disable such terminal resistance.
When using RS485 serial connection, the max. in one serial connection is to
connect up to 32 pieces of speed dome, if over 32 pieces of speed dome, then
please use “RS485 Aster Connection” method together with our DS810 (8 port
RS485 distributor) to diversify the number of speed dome in one single serial
connection, in order to make sure the stability of the complete control system.
RS485 aster Connection
This is the most common method in practical installation work. In the aster
connection, if a RS485 distributor is not utilized, it is likely to have reflected signal
and to lower the ability of resisting interference. This may cause mal functioning of
the control signal that results in faulty control of the camera or unstopping
operation when the control signal is stopped.
In such cases, we recommend to use our DS810 RS485 Distributor. This product
can effectively convert the aster connection into the correct connection method
that meets RS485 requirements to acquire optimal communication reliability. See
the following diagram for reference.
P
ELC
O
ControlKeyboard
8. Speed Dome Camera Communication Protocol and ID Address Setting
On the bottom of speed dome, there is one 5-PIN DIP SWITCH, SW1~4 is for
setting speed dome protocols as below procedures:
Setting for Communication Protocol
DIP 1
DIP 2
DIP 3
DIP 4
DIP 5
EYEVIEW
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
X
PELCO P-9600
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
X
PELCO P-4800
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
X
PELCO D-2400
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
X
B. Setting ID address of speed dome as below:
Please change Red-Color DIP SWITCH SW1~8 as below:
Symbol “ ” in the following tables denote setting “ON “
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
251
252
253
254
255
9. RS485 Common Troubleshooting
Error
Possible Causes
Solutions
Able to do self-test 1. Keyboard’s (or DVR’s)
Alter protocols for consistency
on initial
communication protocol is
electrification, but
not consistent with
is unable to be
camera’s
controlled
A. Keyboard’s (or DVR’s)
Alter baud rates for consistency
baud rate is not
consistent with camera’s
B. RS485 polarity error
Switch polarity of RS485 pins
C. RS485 bad wire
connection
Re-check RS485 wiring
Control of camera 1. Mainframe is too far from
is working, but not cameras
smoothly
Power-on but no
video output
Check wires for error. Or set
terminal resistance at the last
camera.
2. RS485 has a disconnected
wire
Replace RS485 cable
3. Too many cameras are
paralleled
Install an RS485 distributor
1. Contact of AC24V power is 1. Check the connection of
not good.
AC24V whether as normal
2. the Voltage of AC24V
adapter is too low.
2. Check whether the voltage
of power input to speed dome
is AC24V, if not, please use
the adapter which is more
than AC24V voltage (but no
more than AC28V, otherwise
it will burn the camera)
10. OPERATION SETUP INFO FOR KB3000 IN EYEVIEW PROTOCOAL SPEED DOME
1. Select to Control the Speed Dome Camera:
Enter: CAM
+
Display: Cur
NNN
+
CamID :
ENTER
NNN
NNN: Users may enter one number from Number 0 ~255 as the number of the
speed dome cameras. The speed dome camera you select to control appears on the
LCD screen after one number is entered.
2. Set up the Speed Dome Preset Points:
A. Enter:
SET
B. Display:
+
Preset
NN
+
No :
ENTER
NNN
C. NNN: Users may enter one number from Number 1 ~ 64 as preset points
number.
D. Operation: Move the speed dome to the location you want to set up and set the preset point
based on the method used for Point A. The operation method applies to other preset points
setting.
Call the Speed Dome Preset Points:
Enter: PRESET
Display:
+
NN
CALL Number :
+
ENTER
NN
NN: Preset points, No. 1~64
3. Delete the Speed Dome Preset Points:
Description: This function is designed to clear the preset points by following the operation
procedure:
Enter:
Display:
PRESET
+
NN
CALL Number :
+
OFF
NN
NN: Preset points to be deleted, No. 1~64
4. Set up Preset Point Group:
(Do not apply to PELCO Protocol)
Description: This function is designed to scan the preset points in order. Each group
is allowed to set up 16 preset points for the moving speed and retention time.
Enter:
SHOT
+
N
+
ON
If you choose EYEVIEW Protocol for one of our speed dome cameras, you may set
up 4 preset point groups by following the operation procedure:
A. Press [ SHOT ] :
LCD displays:
Input TourNo: 000
Enter the preset point groups, No. 1-4, and press the
LCD displays:
Track: 01
ON
key.
Sum: 001
B. Press [ TELE ] :
LCD displays: [ No:001
Point:001 ]
Enter one of the preset points of the group ranging from No. 1-64.
C. Press [ TELE ] : Set up the moving speed
LCD displays: [ No:001 Speed:001 ]
The speed represents the moving speed between two preset points and is divinto
1-8 phase. (1: fastest speed; 8: slowest speed)
D. Press [ TELE ] : Set up the retention time
LCD displays: [ No:001 Time:001 ]
The displayed time is the retention time of each preset point and can be set from 1
to 99 seconds.
E. Press the [ TELE ] key to go back to step B to set up next point. Press [ OFF ] to
end and save your setting.
5.
Start Preset Point Group Scanning
Enter: [SHOT]
LCD displays:
(Do not apply to PELCO Protocol)
N [ENTER]
Input Tour No :
XXX
XXX: No. 1~4 preset points group scanning. Complete the preset point setup
described in Step 4. before starting preset point group scanning.
6.
Activate Pan Scanning:
Description: While this function is activated, the speed dome makes a 360°
horizontal rotation.
Activate Pan Scanning:
AUTO
+
ON
Press [AUTO].
LCD displays: Input Tour No :
000
Press the [ON] key to activate Pan scanning.
7. Deactivate Pan Scanning:
Description: Stop the speed dome rotating at 360 degrees horizontally.
AUTO +
OFF
Press [AUTO]
LCD displays:
Input Tour No :
XXX
Press the [OFF] key or control the joystick directly to stop Pan scanning.
8. Horizontal Revolution of 2 Preset Points (Do not apply to PELCO Protocol)
Description: This function is designed to set the speed dome at horizontal
revolution in a small zone.
Enter: Press [AUTO].
LCD displays:
Input 1st No: 000
Enter a start point for Auto Pan scanning. The start point should be one of the
preset points. Complete preset point setting first by following Step 2.
Press the [ON] key to complete the start point setting.
LCD displays:
Input 2nd No :
000
Enter a stop point for Auto Pan scanning. The stop point should be one of the preset
points. Complete preset point setting first by following Step 2.
Press the [OFF] key to complete the stop point setting. The speed dome will begin
to move at horizontal revolution immediately.
11. OPERATION SETUP INFO
This speed dome camera offer OSD function. You could set up different setting base
on site environment. By doing so, speed dome camera will have better image
quality. Please refer to following operation mode.
OSD function ACTIVATE
[PRESET] + [95] + [ENTER]
You could set up different setting through keyboard or DVR.
To select each item, [TELE] / [WIDE] button is used for UP and DOWN.
To change the data item or return back to previous menu at “Return” line, [NEAR]
/ [FAR] button is used for change data or confirmation for return.
V2-SB18 / SA26 / SB36 Camera Manual setting
FOCUS SET
1
FOCUS
AUTO
1
FOCUS MANU
.
.
2
IRIS MANU
.
.
.
.
IRIS SET
2
IRIS
.
AUTO
.
WB SET
This function is for changing the WB (White Balance) mode.
Set the mode to Auto, In (for indoor application) , ATW.
3
o
WB MODE
.
.
AUTO
3
WB MODE
.
.
IN
4
BACK LIGHT
.
3
BACKLIGHT SET:
4
BACKLIGHT
.
OFF .
ON
.
WB MODE ATW
.
.
DIGITAL ZOOM SET
5
D ZOOM
.
OFF .
5
D ZOOM
.
ON.
6
MIRROR ON
.
7
FREEZE
MIRROR SET
6
MIRROR OFF
.
FREEZE SET
7
FREEZE
OFF
.
ON
.
PICTURE SET
8
PICTURE
.
B/W
8
PICTURE
.
OFF
ICR SET
This function is available for ICR AUTO/ON/OFF mode.
9 ICR AUTO
PICTURE OFF
.
9
ICR
ON
.
10
OSD DIPS
.
9
OSD DISP SET
10
OSD DISP
.
ON
OFF
V2-M7 Camera Manual Setting
FOCUS SET
1
FOCUS
AUTO
.
.
1
FOCUS MANU
.
.
ICR
OFF
.
IRIS SET
2
IRIS
.
AUTO
2
.
IRIS MANU
.
.
WB SET
This function is for changing the WB mode. This mode for V2-M7 will be only in Auto
mode
BACKLIGHT SET:
4
BACKLIGHT
.
OFF .
4
BACK LIGHT
.
5
D ZOOM
.
ON
.
DIGITAL ZOOM SET
5
D ZOOM
.
OFF .
ON.
AGC SET
This AGC function is to increase the function of signal quality of camera, the initial
setting is”ON”.
AGC
ON .
.
AGC
OFF
.
PS: When the ICR mode is set to AUTO, the “AGC OFF” cannot be set.
N
Value
No.
Keyboard Operation Definition
Control Object
[SET]+
N+[ENT
ER]
[PRESET]+N+[ENTE
R]
85
Home Position Auto Returning
OFF
ON
86
Auto slow shutter
OFF
ON
87
IR Filter AUTO for
ON
88
IR Filter IN (color mode)
ON
89
IR Filter OUT (black-white mode)
ON
90
Back light
OFF
ON
91
Digit ZOOM
OFF
ON
92
93
START point
PAN SCAN SETTING
STOP point
94
Zoom/Pan speed limit
OFF
ON
95
Camera Manual setting
OFF
ON
97
Preset Tour(preset 1~16 point)
OFF
ON
99
Auto PAN Scan
OFF
ON
100
SPEED DOME DEFULT
ON
V2-SA27 Camera Manual setting
MAIN MENU
MENU
CAM ID
FOCUS SET
AWB
SET
AE SET
BACKLIGHT
SPECIAL SET
MOTION DET
F OSD
DISP
EXIT
Set Up the Menu
1. ) To select each item of OSD Menu , pls use “TELE and “WIDE button for the
menu of UP and DOWN .
2.) To change the setting, use “FAR and “NEAR button .
12.
N
Value
No.
Extended Command
Keyboard Operation Definition
Control Object
[SET]+
N+[ENT
ER]
[PRESET]+N+[ENTE
R]
85
Home Position Auto Returning
OFF
ON
86
Auto slow shutter
OFF
ON
87
IR Filter AUTO for
ON
88
IR Filter IN (color mode)
ON
89
IR Filter OUT (black-white mode)
ON
90
Back light
OFF
ON
91
Digit ZOOM
OFF
ON
92
93
START point
PAN SCAN SETTING
STOP point
94
Zoom/Pan speed limit
OFF
ON
95
Camera Manual setting
OFF
ON
97
Preset Tour(preset 1~16 point)
OFF
ON
98
OSD Dislpay
OFF
ON
99
Auto PAN Scan
OFF
ON
100
SPEED DOME DEFULT
ON
,
,
110V/220V
,
,
,
AC24V,
,
,
; -10 to +50
: <90%
: AC24V, 2000mA, 50/60Hz
,
; -30 to +50
: <90%
: AC24V, 2.0A, 50/60Hz
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
RG59/U: 300ft (100 meters)
RG6/U: 700ft (210 meters)
RG11/U: 1200ft (360 meters)
RS485
RS485
RS485
RS485
,
,
RS485
,
,
,
,
,
RS485
22AWG(Belden 8760)
,
Baud rate
,
Baud rate
2400
4800
9600
1200 meters
1000 meters
800 meters
,
ID
,
,
1
,
,
,
,
20~30
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
AC24V, RS485
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
4
,
:
1.
:
,
1 1
,
2.
,
,
,
,
1
:
,
,
,
:
3.
,
Video Output/AC24V Power Input/RS485
Input
A
B
C
A: RS485 INPUT
B: Video Output
C: AC24 INPUT
,
,
,
,
,
1
,
2
,
,
,
,
,
1.
,
,
,
,
2.
,
,
,
35kg
,
3.
2
,
/
,
AC24V
,
RS485
: RS485
: RS485
: RS485
: RS485
/
4
,
,
:
,
(
(
(
(
)
)
)
)
,
,
/
RS485
,
4PIN
4
,
AC24V
,
,
:
A
B
A:
AC110V
AC110V
.
B:
RS485
2 RS485
RS485
,
RS485
,
,
,
2
,
,
,
2
,
:
PELCO
ControlKeyboard
,
,
,
,
,
DIP S/W 5
RS485
RS485
32
ON,
RS485
,
OFF,
,
32
,
RS485
DS810
,
,
RS485
,
,
RS485
,
RS485
,
,
DS810 RS485
,
,
,
:
,
P
ELC
O
ControlKeyboard
,
.
,
5PIN
DIP SWITCH, SW1~ SW4
DIP 1
DIP 2
DIP 3
DIP 4
DIP 5
EYEVIEW
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
X
PELCO P-9600
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
X
PELCO P-4800
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
X
PELCO D-2400
OFF
1
,
OFF
OFF
OFF
8
,
” ON “
X
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RS485
(DVR)
(DVR)
,
baud rate
RS485
baud rate,
3.
RS485
RS485
RS485
1.
1.
,
2. RS485
2.
3.
3.
1. AC24V
1.
AC24V
2. AC24V
2.
AC24V
AC24V,
RS485
RS485
Keyboard Operation
Definition
N
Valu
e
No.
Control Object
[SET]
+N+[E
NTER]
[PRESET]+N+[EN
TER]
OFF
ON
86
Auto slow shuter
87
IR Filter AUTO
ON
88
IR Filter IN (color mode)
ON
89
IR Filter OUT (black-white mode)
ON
90
Back light
OFF
ON/AUTO
91
92
93
Digit ZOOM
OFF
ON
START point
PAN SCAN SETTING
STOP point
94
Zoom/Pan speed limit
OFF
ON
95
Camera Manual setting
OFF
ON
97
Preset Tour(preset 1~16 point)
OFF
ON
98
OSD Dislpay
OFF
ON
99
Auto PAN Scan
OFF
ON
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