FSP_DE Manual, deutsch
High-Resolution, Day/Night,
Wide-Dynamic, Autofocus
All-In-One Camera with
22x Optical / 16x Digital Zoom
CCAW1417-LPI
Configuration Manual
Siemens AG
Liefermöglichkeiten und technische Änderungen vorbehalten.
Data and design subject to change without notice. / Supply subject to availability.
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Contents
1
1.1
1.2
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.3
1.4
Safety .......................................................................................................5
Target readers...........................................................................................5
Work safety information ............................................................................5
Transport...................................................................................................5
Installation .................................................................................................5
Service and maintenance .........................................................................6
Meaning of the written warning notices ....................................................6
Meaning of the hazard symbols ................................................................6
2
Directives and standards .......................................................................7
3
Technical data .........................................................................................8
4
Details for ordering ...............................................................................10
5
Package contents..................................................................................10
6
6.1
6.2
Description of the camera....................................................................11
Camera features .....................................................................................11
Camera parts ..........................................................................................12
7
System installation ...............................................................................13
8
8.1
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.1.4
8.2
Connection ............................................................................................14
General ...................................................................................................15
Automatic switching between colour and B/W mode..............................15
RS-485 connection .................................................................................15
Twisted-pair video output........................................................................16
Alarm output............................................................................................16
Remote configuration..............................................................................17
9
9.1
9.2
9.2.1
9.2.2
9.2.3
9.2.4
9.2.5
9.2.6
9.2.7
9.2.8
9.2.9
Camera settings ....................................................................................18
OSD main screen....................................................................................18
Main menu ..............................................................................................18
FOCUS....................................................................................................18
WB (White Balance)................................................................................19
AE (Auto Exposure) ................................................................................20
BLC / WDR (Back Light Compensation / Wide Dynamic Range)...........20
ALARM / MD (Motion Detection) / FD (Face Detection) .........................21
PRIVACY ................................................................................................21
SPECIAL .................................................................................................22
EFFECT ..................................................................................................22
CAMSET .................................................................................................23
10
10.1
10.2
Troubleshooting and maintenance .....................................................24
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................24
Maintenance............................................................................................24
11
Disposal .................................................................................................25
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Safety
1
Safety
1.1
Target readers
The instructions in this document are designed only for the following target
readers:
1.2
Target readers
Qualification
Activity
Condition of the
equipment
Start-up personnel
Has appropriate
technical training with
regard to the tasks
and the products,
devices or systems to
be put in service.
Puts the device or
New, readily assembled
system which is readily and installed device or
assembled and installed modified device.
on site into service.
Work safety information
z Read the general safety precautions before operating the unit.
z Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the device.
z Keep this document available for reference.
z Always pass this document on together with the product.
z Please also take into account any additional country-specific, local safety
standards or regulations concerning project planning, operation and disposal of
the product.
Liability claim
z Do not connect the device if it is damaged or any parts are missing.
z Do not make any changes or modifications to the device that are not mentioned
in this manual and that have not been approved by the manufacturer.
z Use only spare parts and accessories that have been approved by the
manufacturer.
1.2.1
Transport
Damage during transport
z Keep the packaging material for future transportation.
z Do not expose the device to mechanical vibrations or shocks.
1.2.2
Installation
Damage due to unsuitable mounting location
z The environmental conditions recommended by the manufacturer must be
observed.
z Do not operate the device in excessively dusty places.
z Do not expose the device to mechanical vibrations or shocks.
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Safety
Danger of electric shock
z Connect the device only to power sources with the specified voltage. Voltage
supply requirements can be found on the type label and on the mains adapter.
z Connect the device only to a power source that complies with the Limited Power
Source requirements to EN 60950-1.
z Connect the device only to a power source that complies with SELV
requirements.
Risk of cable damage due to stress
z Do not apply tensile stress to the cable.
z Make sure that cables are not under stress, kinked or damaged.
1.2.3
Service and maintenance
Damage to the device
z Do not attempt to service this device yourself. Refer this work to qualified service
personnel.
z Always disconnect the power cable and other cables from the main power
supply before performing maintenance.
z Disconnect the device from the mains supply before cleaning it.
z Do not use liquid cleaners or sprays that contain alcohol, spirit or ammonia.
1.3
Meaning of the written warning notices
The severity of a hazard is indicated by the following written warning notices.
1.4
Warning notice
Type of risk
WARNING
Death or severe bodily injury may result
CAUTION
There is a risk of minor injuries or damage to property
IMPORTANT
Malfunctioning may result
Meaning of the hazard symbols
The nature of the hazard is indicated by icons.
CAUTION
Dangerous area!
CAUTION
Dangerous electrical voltage!
Important information
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Directives and standards
2
Directives and standards
The product complies with the requirements of the following EU directives. The EU
declaration of conformity is available from:
Siemens AG
Siemensallee 84
76181 Karlsruhe
European Directive 2004/108/EC "Electromagnetic Compatibility"
Compliance with the European Directive 2004/108/EC has been proven by testing
according to the following standard:
Emitted interference:
EN 55022 Class A
Resistance to interference:
EN 50130-4
CAUTION
This is a Class A device. This equipment may cause radio interference in a
residential installation. In this case the user is encouraged to perform
appropriate measures to correct the interference.
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Technical data
Technical data
A
B
72.0
121.4
66.0
3
C
31.0
23.0
20.0
1
Abb. 1
Dimensions
1
¼-inch 20 UNC female thread
A
Front view
B
Side view
C
Bottom view
Power supply
Power requirement
12 V DC / 24 V AC, 0.6 A, 50 Hz
General
Image sensor
¼-inch SONY 760H EXview HAD CCD
Pixels
795 (H) x 596 (V)
Scanning system
2:1 interlace
Scanning frequency
15,625 kHz (H), 50 Hz (V)
Synchronization
Internal/external: line lock
Horizontal resolution
Colour: 560 TV lines
B/W: 600 TV lines
Min. illumination
Colour: 0.5 lux
B/W: 0.05 lux
Slow shutter: 0.001 lux
0.5 lux at F=1.6 (AGC on, 50 IRE video output)
Video output
1.0 Vpp (75 Ω, composite)
Signal/noise ratio
50 dB (AGC off)
Functions
Wide dynamic range (WDR)
On/Off/Level (x512, 48 dB)
Back-light compensation (BLC)
Auto/Manual (Area, Level)/Off
Day/night
Colour/BW/Auto/EXT
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Technical data
Motion detection (MD)
On/Off (Area/Sensitivity)
Slow-speed shutter
2x – 128x
Digital noise reduction (DNR)
2D/3D
Face detection (FD)
On/Off
Privacy masking (PM)
Max. 16 zones, mosaic function
White balance (WB)
AWB/WAWB/Indoor/Outdoor/Manual/CRS
(Colour Rolling Suppression)
Auto exposure (AE)
Auto1/Auto2/Shutter Priority/Manual
Iris control
Automatic
Automatic gain control (AGC)
MIN/LOW/MID/HIGH (max. 30 dB)
Shutter speed
Normal: 1/100000 s
Title
A–Z/0–9
Display
On/Off/Push On (DISP1/DISP2)
Brightness
Adjustable in steps from 10 – 50
Sharpness
Adjustable in steps from 0 – 15
Zoom presets
10
Zoom tour
1 tour / 10 presets
Alarm mode
On/Off/Dwell Time
Remote configuration
RS-232: Siemens B (parameter setting)
RS-485: Siemens B, S; Molynx; Pelco D/-P
Bit rate
2400/4800/9600/19200
Camera ID
1 – 255
Effect
Sharpness, Nega/Posi, D-FLIP, Freeze,
HI-RES, 2-3 DNR
Home preset
Off/Home Preset Select/Dwell Time
Lens
Focus mode
Auto/Manual/Push AF
Distance
0.1 m/1.0 m/1.5 m/2.5 m/6.0 m
Total zoom
22x optical zoom, 16x digital zoom (video AF)
Focal length
3.9 – 85.8 mm
Aperture
F1.6 (wide-angle) – F3.7 (tele)
Angle of view
Horizontal: 49.5° (wide-angle) – 2.6° (tele)
Connections and environmental conditions
Power input
2-pin connection terminal
Video output
BNC connector / TP output
Environmental operating
temperature
-10 to +50 °C
Relative humidity
0 – 96% (non-condensing)
Storage temperature
-20 to +60 °C
Dimensions (W x H x D)
72 x 66 x 121.4 mm
Weight
0.40 kg
TP output
Video output
Adjustable: 2.0 Vpp, 2.6 Vpp, 3.2 Vpp
Frequency accentuation
Adjustable: 0 dB, 6 dB, 12 dB
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Details for ordering
4
Details for ordering
Type
Part no.
Designation
Weight
CCAW1417-LPI
S54561-C34-A1
¼-inch Camera D/N WD AF
0.4 kg
5
Package contents
z Camera
z Installation Instruction
z 12-pin interface cable
z Software and documentation on CD
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Description of the camera
6
Description of the camera
6.1
Camera features
The high-resolution, day/night, autofocus all-in-one camera is particularly suited for
closed circuit television (CCTV) and security surveillance applications.
z High-performance SONY ¼-inch 760H EXview HAD CCD
z 352x zooming capability (optical: 22x / digital: 16x)
z Ultra-sensitivity minimum illumination of 0.5 lux at F1.6
(AGC on, 50 IRE video output)
z Excellent picture quality
z Various picture effects
z Flexible configuration
z Camera control via RS-485
z Twisted-pair video output
z Dual-power operation 12 V DC / 24 V AC
CAUTION
Use only certified class 2 power supply units.
Functions:
z Day/Night (D/N)
z Wide dynamic range (WDR)
z Digital noise reduction (DNR)
z Auto exposure (AE)
z Back-light compensation (BLC)
z Digital zoom (D-Zoom)
z Day/Night switching (D/N)
z Freeze
z Digital slow shutter (DSS)
z Automatic white balance (AWB)
z Automatic gain control (AGC)
z On-screen menu (OSD)
z Negative/Positive switching (NEGA/POSI)
z E function (H/V flip, rotation)
z High resolution
z Motion detection and face detection
z Privacy masking
z Zoom preset and tour function
z Home preset
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Description of the camera
The user of this camera is responsible for checking and complying with local,
state, and federal laws and statutes concerning the recording and monitoring of
audio and video signals.
CAUTION
6.2
Camera parts
5
6
15
3
11
10
9
8
1
2
13
14
12
7
4
Abb. 2
Camera parts definition
1
Zoom lens
Integrated lens with 22x optical zoom
2
Filter mount
For standard filters with diameter 37 mm
3
Front part of the
housing
4
Mounting adapter
5
Housing body
6
Rear part of the housing
7
Camera module
8
Connector
Connection of control signals
9
TELE, WIDE keys
Press "WIDE" for wide-angle view and "TELE" to zoom in
10
MENU key
Press to activate the OSD menu
11
NEAR, FAR keys
Press the "NEAR" button to focus on near objects and the "FAR"
button to focus on distant objects. The focus keys are activated when
AF mode is Off.
12
BNC connector
Monitor connection port
13
Power input terminal
24 V AC / 12 V DC
14
Power indicator LED
15
DIP switch
A
Front view
B
Side view
C
Rear view
For mounting the camera, ¼-inch 20 UNC thread
Twisted-pair video output parameters
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System installation
7
System installation
Installation of the camera must be performed by qualified service personnel in
accordance with all local national electrical and mechanical codes.
Typical system configuration with DVR
Typical system configuration with SIMATRIX
1
1
1
1
1
1
C10
C2
C1
B
C10
C2
C1
A
.....
B
B
C
A
2
3
4
4
3
C
2
1
Camera C1..C10
A
RS485
1
Camera C1..C10
A
RS485
2
Keyboard
B
Video
2
Keyboard
B
Video
3
DVR
C
RS232/485
3
SIMATRIX
C
TTY
4
Monitor
4
Monitor
When using the camera in conjunction with a video matrix switcher (SIMATRIX SYS, 648, 164) or
other telemetry equipment (different protocol), an interface converter CAC0103 is required.
Typical system configuration with directly controlled cameras
1
1
A
C10
C2
C1
.....
3
B
B
B
3
3
2
1
Camera C1..C10
A
RS485
2
Keyboard
B
Video
3
Monitor
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Connection
8
Connection
Do not connect the power cable until all other connections have been
completed. Any unused wires should be trimmed and insulated.
CAUTION
Abb. 3
1
Connection
Monitor
BNC
2
Video
BNC
3
DVR/VCR
BNC
4
RS-485 connection
A
Pink
RS-485(-)
B
Black
RS-485(+)
C
Blue
TP-A(+)
D
Green
TP-B (-)
Aut. switching between
colour and B/W /
Alarm input
E
Grey
Ext. input
F
Red
GND
Remote control
G
Yellow
GND
Orange
Control
5
6
7
Twisted-pair video output
H
RS-232 connection,
PC configuration
Light blue TxD
Brown
RxD
MD output
Violet
MD/FD off: 0 V, on: 3.3 V
Power supply
Red
+12 V DC / 24 V AC
White
- 12 V DC / 24 V AC
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Connection
8.1
General
8.1.1
Automatic switching between colour and B/W mode
The camera must be connected to an external sensor to receive day/night
detection signals.
4
1
2
3
1
External sensor switch
2
External input (EXT-In)
3
External output (EXT-Out)
White
4
GND
Red
Grey
Positions of the external sensor switch (1)
EXT-IN
EXT-OUT
Activate alarm: closed
Deactivate alarm: open
Alarm activated: 5 V
Alarm deactivated: 0 V
To activate the sensor inputs, select the mode EXT in the function menu B/W.
8.1.2
RS-485 connection
The camera can be controlled remotely by an external device or control system,
such as a control keyboard, using RS-485 half-duplex. Connect marked Rx+, Rxto Tx+ and Tx- of the RS-485 control system.
1
RS-485(+)
Black
2
RS-485(-)
Pink
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Connection
8.1.3
Twisted-pair video output
1
TP-A(+)
Blue
2
TP-B (-)
Green
ON
1 2 3 4
Switch description
S1
S4
Note
Output voltage without
accentuation
Off
Off
2.0 Vpp
On
Off
2.6 Vpp
On
On
3.2 Vpp
Frequency-dependent
accentuation at 5 MHz
Condition on delivery
8.1.4
On
S2
S3
Off
Off
0 dB
Off
On
6 dB
On
Off
6 dB
On
On
Off
Off
12 dB
Off
Alarm output
The alarm output (motion detection result or face detection result or external signal
fed in) is active high.
1
Alarm output
Violet
2
GND
Red
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Connection
8.2
Remote configuration
1
R22
150
3
2
1
2
2
R21
5.6K
Sw9
MENU
1
1
3
1
2
2
R20
12K
Sw10
TELE
4
1
2
2
R19
22K
Sw11
WIDE
1M
1
3
1
1
2
2
Sw12
FAR
MENU
4
1
1
2
2
Sw13
NEAR
NEAR
FAR
95mm
R18
33K
TELE
WIDE
A
42mm
Abb. 4
Remote configuration – circuit diagram
Camera
1
GND
Yellow
2
Remote control
Orange
Remote control unit
3
Remote control
White
4
GND
Black
A
Remote control unit
The remote control cable must not be extended.
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Camera settings
9
Camera settings
9.1
OSD main screen
9.2
1
CAMERA TEXT
2
001x
CAM 001
1
Camera title
2
Status of the zoom position
3
Camera ID
3
Main menu
<MAIN MENU>
FOCUS
WB
AE
BLC/WDR
ALARM/MD/FD
PRIVACY
SPECIAL
EFFECT
CAM SET
END <EXIT>
Navigate the camera menu using the remote control (see Section 8.2 Remote configuration).
9.2.1
FOCUS
<FOCUS MENU>
MODE
DISTANCE
D-ZOOM
D-ZOOM END
ZOOM PRESET
SET PRESET
TOUR CONFIG
HOME PRESET
HOME DWELL
END
MODE
Focus mode: Auto, Manual, PushAF
DISTANCE
Min. distance in focus between camera and object
D-ZOOM
0.1 / 1.0 / 1.5 / 2.5 / 6.0 m
D-ZOOM END
Digital zoom function On/Off
ZOOM PRESET
Max. digital zoom factor: x2 – x16
SET PRESET
Zoom preset number: 1 – 10
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Camera settings
TOUR CONFIG
Zoom position of zoom preset
HOME PRESET
Press ENTER to save the tour configuration (preset combination)
HOME WAIT
Home preset On/Off
END
Waiting time after which the camera returns to start position (HOME PRESET)
Move the cursor using the "Far/Near", "Tele/Wide" keys.
Press MENU to enter the next level for configuration.
1
2
CMD description
<TOUR CONFIG MENU>
* : User-saved preset
01* 02*
06 07
<
03
08
S
DWELL TIME
04
09
05
10
E
010
< : Deletes the character at the cursor position and
moves one position to the left
S : Save the present tour setting
E : Exit
DWELL TIME
Zoom preset dwell time (10 – 180 s)
When ZOOM PRESET is selected, you can adjust the preset zoom position using the “Tele” and
“Wide” buttons.
When a ZOOM PRESET has been selected press the MENU button to save the preset.
9.2.2
WB (White Balance)
<WB MENU>
MODE
R GAIN
B GAIN
FRAME ADJ
END
MODE
WB modes:
z AWB: Auto White Balance: 2500K – 9500K
z WAWB: Wide Auto White Balance: 1800K – 10500K
z INDOOR: Indoor white balance mode
z OUTDOOR: Outdoor white balance mode
z MANUAL: You can change R and B gain manually
z CRS (Colour Rolling Suppression): Decrease colour rolling effect; useful in
SHUTTER mode in AE menu
R GAIN
Red gain: 0 – 255
B GAIN
Blue gain: 0 – 255
FRAME ADJ
Since the colour rolling path differs depending on the fluorescent lamp used, it has to
be adjusted individually. To do so, select the WB menu.
After about 10 s, the adjust mode will be finished automatically.
END
Back to the next higher menu level
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Camera settings
9.2.3
AE (Auto Exposure)
<AE MENU>
MODE
SHUTTER
GAIN
DSS
MAX DSS
FLICKERLESS
BRIGHTNESS
END
MODE
AE modes:
z Auto1: For use in normal environments: Indoor (shutter speed 1/50 s)
z Auto2: For use in high-brightness environments: Outdoors
z Shutter Pri.: Shutter priority exposure mode
z Manual: Manual exposure mode
SHUTTER
Shutter speed: 1/50 – 1/100 000 s
Can be changed while in "Shutter Pri" and "Manual" mode
9.2.4
GAIN
Maximum Auto Gain Control (AGC) value
DSS
Digital slow shutter On/Off (enable in low light)
MAX DSS
Digital slow shutter range: x2 – x128
FLICKERLESS
Flicker-less function On/Off
BRIGHTNESS
Brightness level: 10 – 50
END
Back to the next higher menu level
BLC / WDR (Back Light Compensation / Wide Dynamic Range)
<BLC/WDR MENU>
BLC MODE
AREA
LEVEL
WDR MODE
LEVEL
END
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
<BLC area number>
BLC MODE
BLC mode: OFF, AUTO, MANUAL:
AUTO: Automatic back-light compensation (area & level)
MANUAL: Back-light compensation (area & level reserved)
BLC AREA
Select BLC area: 1-9, activated only in manual BLC mode
BLC LEVEL
Back-light compensation level: LOW, MID, HIGH
WDR MODE
WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) function On/Off
WDR LEVEL
WDR level: 10 – 50
END
Back to the next higher menu level
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Camera settings
9.2.5
ALARM / MD (Motion Detection) / FD (Face Detection)
<ALARM/MD/FD MENU>
MODE
AREA SEL
DEFAULT
ADJ TOP/LEFT
ADJ BOT/RIGHT
SENSITIVITY
DWELL TIME
PRESET SEL
END
MODE
ALARM and MD/FD mode: MD/EXT/FD/MD+EXT/FD+EXT
AREA SEL
Area number: 1 – 4, MD/FD On/Off
DEFAULT
Default setting for motion area
ADJ TOP/LEFT
Adjust the location of the MD area with boundary top and left
ADJ BOT/RIGHT
Adjust the location of the MD area with boundary bottom and right
SENSITIVITY
Adjust sensitivity of MD/FD: MD: 1 – 10 / FD: 1 – 64
DWELL TIME
Dwell time setting of zoom preset: 10 – 180 s
PRESET SEL
Zoom preset number: Off, 1 – 10
END
Back to the next higher menu level
The quality of face detection depends on the environmental conditions.
9.2.6
PRIVACY
<PRIVACY MENU>
MASK SEL
DEFAULT
ADJ TOP/LEFT
ADJ BOT/RIGHT
COLOUR
MOSAIC
MOSAIC TYPE
END
MASK SEL
Mask area number: 1 – 16
Mask On/Off
DEFAULT
Default setting for mask area
ADJ TOP/LEFT
Adjust the location of the mask area with boundary top and left
ADJ BOT/RIGHT
Adjust the location of the mask area with boundary bottom and right
COLOUR
Mask colour: 1 – 8
MOSAIC
Mosaic display On/Off
MOSAIC TYPE
Mosaic roughness setting: 1 – 4
END
Back to the next higher menu level
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Camera settings
9.2.7
SPECIAL
<SPECIAL MENU>
SYNC
PHASE
D/N MODE
D/N DELAY
WHITE DET.
LEVEL
END
9.2.8
SYNC
INTERNAL or LINE LOCK mode
PHASE
Adjust SYNC PHASE in LINE LOCK MODE
D/N MODE
D/N, COLOUR, BW, or EXT mode
D/N DELAY
Delay of IR filter in D/N mode: 5 s, 10 s, 20 s
WHITE DET
Start of white pixel detection function. The iris will be closed automatically and
return to the normal state once white detection is finished.
LEVEL
Threshold level: 1 – 15
END
Back to the next higher menu level
EFFECT
<EFFECT MENU>
SHARPNESS
NEGATIVE
D-FLIP
FREEZE
HI-RES
2DNR
3DNR
END
SHARPNESS
Image sharpness: 0 – 15
The lower the value, the softer the image, and the higher the value, the sharper
the image
NEGATIVE
Negative or positive mode
D-FLIP
Digital flip function: vertical flip/horizontal flip/180° rotation
FREEZE
Real or still mode
HI-RES
High-resolution mode: Low/Mid/High
2DNR
2D noise reduction level: Off/01 – 07
3DNR
3D noise reduction level: Off/01 – 31
END
Back to the next higher menu level
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Camera settings
9.2.9
CAMSET
<CAMSET MENU>
CAM ID
BAUD RATE
PROTOCOL
DISP MODE
DISP ITEM
TITLE
ALARM TEXT
SAVE
END
CAM ID
Camera ID: 1 – 255
BAUD RATE
Serial communication speed: 2400/4800/9600/19200
PROTOCOL
Operating protocol:
z COMMAND: for factory use only
z SIEMENS – B
(Parity = Even)
z SIEMENS – S
(Parity = Even)
z MOLYNX
(Parity = Even)
z PELCO – D
(Parity = None)
z PELCO – P
(Parity = None)
DISP MODE
OSD display mode: Off/Push, On/On
DISP ITEM
Display elements:
1: Camera title and camera number
2: Camera title, zoom factor and camera number
TITLE
Press ENTER to configure camera name
ALARM TEXT
Press ENTER to configure alarm text
SAVE
Press ENTER to save CAMSET configuration
END
Back to the next higher menu level
Move the cursor using the "Far/Near", "Tele/Wide" keys.
Press the MENU key to open a sub-menu.
CMD description
TITLE TEXT
<TITLE MENU>
← : One position to the left
→ : One position to the right
ABCDE FGHI J
KLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ 012 3
4 5 6 78 9 ( ) :
; .! < > ,`
CMD
<
>
S
< : Deletes character at cursor position and
moves to the left
> : Deletes character at cursor position and
moves to the right
E
S : Save the present setting
E : Exit
If you make any changes in the BPS or PROTOCOL submenus, be sure to select SAVE PROTOCOL
& BPS to save your changes.
Do not disconnect the camera from the power source while saving.
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Troubleshooting and maintenance
10
Troubleshooting and maintenance
10.1
Troubleshooting
If problems occur, check to ensure the camera is installed in accordance with the
instructions in this manual. Isolate the problem to a specific piece of equipment in
the system and refer to the equipment manual for further information.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
Nothing appears on the screen.
Are all cables between the camera and the monitor
connected properly?
The image on the screen is too dark.
Is the lens dirty?
If so, clean the lens with a soft, clean cloth.
10.2
The camera is not working properly and
the surface of the camera case is hot.
Is the camera connected to the proper power source?
The contrast on the screen is too weak.
Adjust the contrast feature of the monitor. Is the camera
exposed to strong light? If so, change the camera
position.
Maintenance
Preventive maintenance allows minor faults to be detected and corrected before
they become serious and cause equipment failure. Therefore, the following
maintenance tasks should be performed on a three-monthly basis:
z Inspect all connection cables for deterioration or other damage.
z Clean all components with a soft, clean cloth.
z Check that all fixings are secure.
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Disposal
11
Disposal
All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the
municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the
government or the local authorities.
This crossed-out wheeled bin symbol on the product means the product is
covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
The correct disposal and separate collection of your old appliance will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.
It is a precondition for reuse and recycling of used electrical and electronic
equipment. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance,
please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
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Issued by
Siemens AG
Siemensallee 84
D-76187 Karlsruhe,
Tel. +49 721 595 1
www.buildingtechnologies.siemens.com
Document No.
A6V10321762
Edition
19.04.2011
© 2011 Copyright by Siemens AG
Data and design subject to change without notice.
Supply subject to availability.
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