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1/3” CMOS Ultra Wide

Dynamic Color Camera

CCWC1345-LX

CCWC1345-MX

Configuration Manual

Fire Safety & Security Products

Siemens Building Technologies

Liefermöglichkeiten und technische Änderungen vorbehalten.

Data and design subject to change without notice. / Supply subject to availability.

© 2006 Copyright by

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Dear Customer

By selecting this SIEMENS product, you have chosen a professional device that guarantees the highest possible quality and reliability. We would like to thank you very much for your confidence in our products and kindly ask you to read the following instructions carefully before installing and using the product, in order to take full advantage of all quality features included in this product line.

WARNING

To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture. It should be installed by a qualified service person and should conform to all local codes. Please connect the equipment to a 12 V DC or 24 V AC Class 2 power supply if the LP camera model is to be installed.

Contents

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1.1

1.2

1.3

2

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

3

3.1

3.2

4

4.1

General information................................................................................5

Work safety information ............................................................................5

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)........................................................5

Manufacturer's declaration of conformity ..................................................6

General guidelines..................................................................................7

Operation and storage ..............................................................................9

Cleaning ....................................................................................................9

Transportation ...........................................................................................9

CMOS characteristics ...............................................................................9

Technical data .......................................................................................10

Dimensions .............................................................................................10

Product specifications .............................................................................10

Ordering data.........................................................................................12

Package contents....................................................................................12

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5.1

Camera part and connector definition................................................13

Camera part definition.............................................................................13

5.2

Connector pin definition ..........................................................................14

5.2.1

Control switch for twisted pair video out .................................................14

5.2.2

RS485 termination ..................................................................................14

5.2.3

IRIS pin assignment................................................................................14

5.2.4

Y / C terminal ..........................................................................................14

5.2.5

External control terminal .........................................................................15

5.3

OSD setting hierarchy.............................................................................16

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6.1

Install the camera..................................................................................18

Installation ...............................................................................................18

6.1.1

Using BNC composite video output ........................................................18

6.1.2

Using twisted pair video output ...............................................................18

6.2

Function settings.....................................................................................19

6.2.1

PRESET..................................................................................................19

6.2.2

CAMERA SETUP....................................................................................19

6.2.2.1

EXPOSURE ............................................................................................19

6.2.2.2

SHUTTER ...............................................................................................19

6.2.2.3

LENS LEVEL...........................................................................................20

6.2.2.4

WB MODE...............................................................................................20

6.2.2.5

GAIN .......................................................................................................20

6.2.2.6

GAMMA...................................................................................................21

6.2.2.7

APERTURE.............................................................................................21

6.2.2.8

WD-LEVEL..............................................................................................21

6.2.3

D/N SETUP .............................................................................................21

6.2.3.1

D/N MODE ..............................................................................................22

6.2.3.2

D/N LEVEL..............................................................................................22

6.2.3.3

D/N DELAY .............................................................................................22

6.2.4

OPTION ..................................................................................................22

6.2.4.1

Mirror.......................................................................................................23

6.2.4.2

DZOOM...................................................................................................23

6.2.4.3

DZOOM IN OUT......................................................................................23

6.2.4.4

DZOOM P/T SET ....................................................................................23

6.2.4.5

CHROMA ................................................................................................23

6.2.4.6

COLOR BAR ...........................................................................................24

6.2.4.7

DNR ........................................................................................................24

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6.2.4.8

BACKFOCUS..........................................................................................24

6.2.4.9

SYSTEM..................................................................................................24

6.2.5

OTHER SETUP.......................................................................................24

6.2.5.1

CAMERA ID ............................................................................................25

6.2.5.2

ALARM ....................................................................................................25

6.2.5.3

ALARM TEXT..........................................................................................25

6.2.5.4

ALARM ACTION .....................................................................................25

6.2.5.5

ALARM DELAY .......................................................................................25

6.2.5.6

MOTION ..................................................................................................26

6.2.5.7

MOTION LEVEL......................................................................................26

6.2.5.8

MOTION AREA .......................................................................................26

6.2.5.9

SET ZONE POSI.....................................................................................26

6.2.5.10

SET ZONE SIZE ....................................................................................26

6.2.5.11

SET ZONE MOVE..................................................................................27

6.2.5.12

MOTION TEXT.......................................................................................27

6.2.5.13

ALARM OUT ..........................................................................................27

6.2.5.14

MOTION DELAY ....................................................................................27

6.2.6

REMOTE .................................................................................................28

6.2.6.1

ADDRESS ...............................................................................................28

6.2.6.2

PROTOCOL ............................................................................................28

6.2.6.3

BAUD RATE............................................................................................28

6.2.7

PRIVACY ZONE .....................................................................................28

6.2.8

BLC ZONE ..............................................................................................29

6.2.9

SYNC MODE...........................................................................................30

6.2.10

BACK.......................................................................................................30

6.2.11

EXIT ........................................................................................................30

6.2.12

CANCEL..................................................................................................30

6.2.13

DEFAULT ................................................................................................30

Maintenance...........................................................................................31

Disposal .................................................................................................31

Keyword index.......................................................................................32

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General information

1.1 Work safety information

z

Read these instructions carefully before connecting the camera in order to avoid damage caused by improper installation or use. z

Installation may be done only by authorized personnel according to the local safety regulations. z

Operate the camera only with the designated voltage. z

Follow the safety instructions for the camera. z

Never use the camera for purposes other than those designated. z

Repairs and adjustments to the camera may be done only by authorized personnel. z

If liquids or objects get into the housing, disconnect the camera from the power supply and have it checked by your authorized dealer before using it again.

(Danger of electric shock!) z

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class

B digital device. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. z

This equipment may generate, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used according to instructions, may cause harmful interference with radio communications. z

Be aware that any modifications not explicitly approved in this manual may void your equipment warranty. z

The shielded interface cable recommended in this manual must be used with this equipment in order to comply with the limits for a digital output device.

1.2 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)

This product has been designed for use in general-purpose CCTV applications in a residential, business or industrial environment. Please contact the supplier of this product if you intend to use it in medical, intrinsically safe installations or in an industrial EMC environment.

To ensure normal operation and to avoid EMC problems, the product must be installed according to the currently valid EMC installation guidelines.

To meet the CE norms, enclosed EMI-cores should be applied to the Y/C and power cable (please refer to chapter 7.1).

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1.3 Manufacturer's declaration of conformity

This product complies with the requirements of the European Directives

89/336/EEC “Directive of Electromagnetic Compatibility” and 73/23/EEC “Low

Voltage Directive”. The EU declaration of conformity is available to the responsible agencies at:

Siemens Building Technologies

Fire & Security Products GmbH & Co. oHG

D-76181 Karlsruhe

European Directive 89/336/EEC „Electromagnetic Compatibility”

Compliance with the European Directive 89/336/EEC has been proven by testing according to the following standards:

Emitted interference: EN 61000-6-3

EN 55022 Class B

Interference resistance:

EN 50130-4

European Directive 73/23/EEC „Low-Voltage Directive”

Compliance with the European Directive 73/23/EEC has been proven by testing according to the following standard:

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General guidelines

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Read instructions:

All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. z

Retain instructions:

The safety instructions and the instruction manual should be retained for future reference. z

Heed warnings:

All warnings on the product and in the instruction manual should be adhered to. z

Follow instructions:

All operating and use instructions should be followed. z

Attachments:

Do not use attachments not recommended by the video product manufacturer as they may cause hazards. z

Water and moisture:

Do not use this video product near water, for example near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool and the like. z

Accessories:

Do not place this video product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table. The video product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. Use only with the stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer or sold with the video product. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer's instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer. z

Ventilation:

This video product should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. z

Power sources:

This video product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your location, consult your product dealer. z

Power-cord protection:

Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, screws and the point where they exit from the product. z

Lightning:

For added protection for this video product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the power supply and cable system. This will prevent damage to the video product due to lightning and power-line surges. z

Overloading:

Do not overload power supply and extension cords as this can result in a risk of fire or electrical shock.

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z

Object and liquid entry:

Never push objects of any kind into this video product through openings as they may touch voltage points or short-cut parts that could result in a fire or electrical shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the video product. z

Servicing:

Do not attempt to service this video product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. z

Damage requiring service:

Disconnect this video product from the power supply and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged. b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the video product. c. If the video product has been exposed to rain or water. d. If the video product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions in the instruction manual. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the instruction manual as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the video product to its normal operation. e. If the video product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. f. When the video product exhibits a distinct change in performance this indicates a need for service. z

Replacement parts:

When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock. z

Safety check:

Upon completion of any service or repairs to this video product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the video product is in proper operating condition.

CAUTION

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of un-insulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

CAUTION

NOTE

Tips and information.

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.

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General guidelines

2.1 Operation and storage

z

Avoid filming very bright objects (such as lighting fixtures) for an extended period. z

Do not operate or store the unit in the following locations:

Extremely hot or cold places.

Close to sources of strong magnetic fields.

Close to sources of powerful electromagnetic radiation, such as radios or TV transmitters.

In humid or excessively dusty places.

Where exposed to mechanical vibrations.

Close to fluorescent lamps or objects reflecting light.

Under unstable or flickering light sources. z

Do not attempt to service this unit yourself unless you are authorized to do so.

Opening the camera may expose you to dangerous voltages or other hazards.

Refer all servicing to qualified personnel only.

2.2 Cleaning

Do not touch the imaging surface of sensor. Use a soft cloth moistened with alcohol to clean the surface if it is touched accidentally.

2.3 Transportation

Use the original packing material or materials of equal quality.

The following conditions may be observed when using a CMOS camera. These are inherent in the design and do not stem from any fault in the camera itself.

Vertical smear

Patterned noise

Jagged picture

This phenomenon occurs when viewing a very bright object.

This is a fixed pattern, which may appear over the entire monitor screen when the camera is operated at a high temperature or in low luminance environment.

When viewing stripes, straight lines, or similar patterns, the image on the screen may appear jagged.

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Technical data

3.1 Dimensions

Fig. 1 Dimensions

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Image area

Pickup elements

Scanning system

Sync system

Video output

Lens mount

Resolution

Gamma correction

Minimum illumination

Dynanic range

S/N ratio

Slow shutter

Gain control

Backlight compensation

Privacy zone

Motion detect

D/N mode

D/N level

D/N DLY

Digital zoom

Aperture correction

White balance

5.04 mm x 3.78 mm

720 (H) x 540 (V) pixels 1/3” WD CMOS, PIXIM* D2500

PAL: 2:1 interlace V: 50 Hz, H: 15,625 Hz

NTSC: 2:1 interlace V: 59.94 Hz, H: 15,734 Hz

Internal/ line lock selectable (AC only)

BNC composite, Y/C output, Twisted pair

CS mount

> 500 TV lines (horizontal) @ Y/C output

0.45, 1.0 selectable

0.5 lux @F=1.4 (AGC 30 dB , 50 IRE video output)

120 dB

> 50 dB

2X, 4X, 8X, 16X

Selectable 0, 6, 12, 18, 24 up to 30 dB

6 area selectable: Center 1, Center 2, Up Half, Low Half,

Middle Low, Middle High

1 blocks

Motion alarm, level control: selectable 0…255

AUTO, COLOR, MONO

HIGH, MID, LOW

0, 5, 10, 15, 20 selectable

4 x (max.)

HIGH, MID, LOW

AUTO: Color temperature ranges are depending on preset mode.

Manual: 40 steps by push button for R and B

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Iris control

Camera text

OSD control

Default settings

Default settings

Remote control

Twisted Pair Video

Alarm IN

Power consumption

Ambient conditions

Dimensions in mm

Weight

DC iris for galvano lens

24 characters

5 control keys on the side-panel of camera

Preset: IN Door (2900 °K – 6500 °K), OUT Door

(2900 °K – 9500 °K)

Default setting restored by pushing the DEFAULT button

RS-485: Siemens-B/ -S/ -U protocol, MOLYNX-D

Twisted Pair Video out

1CH

Alarm OUT

Tripod thread

NC, BW, OUT selectable

A (1/4); ¼ inch on bottom and top

Power source CCWC1345-LX:

DC 12 V

±10% regulated power supply

AC 24 V

±10%, 50/60 Hz

CCWC1345-MX:

AC 100 - 240 V ±10%, 50/60 Hz

CCWC1345-LX: 4 VA (max.)

CCWC1345-MX: 4.5 VA (max.)

-10 - +55 °C / 95% max relative humidity, no condensation

122 (L) x 72 (W) x 63 (H)

550 g (max.)

*) PIXIM and Digital Pixel System are registered trademarks of PIXIM, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Ordering data

Designation

CCWC1345-LX

1/3” CMOS Ultra Wide Dynamic Color Camera,

500 TVL, PAL/NTSC, 12 V DC / 24 V AC

CCWC1345-MX

1/3” CMOS Ultra Wide Dynamic Color Camera,

500 TVL, PASL/NTSC, 90 - 260 V AC

Accessories, not included in delivery!

PSU230-12

Power supply unit for 12 V DC cameras

CAPA2410-P

Power supply unit for 24 V AC cameras

2GF1183-8HA

2GF1183-8HB

2GF1800-8BE

2GF1800-8BJ

(kg)

0.45

0.55

0.12

0.30 z

CMOS camera z

Hexagonal wrench z

4-pins IRIS plug z

CS-C lens mount adaptor z

EMI core (-LX: 2 pcs, -MX: 2 pcs) z

CD including remote control software and detailed Configuration Manual z

Quick Installation Manual

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Camera part and connector definition

5 Camera part and connector definition

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Fig. 2 Camera part definition

1

2

3

Back focus adjust ring

Back focus lock screw

Tripod mount hole

7

8

9

-MX: Power cord, -LX: Power terminal

Control switch for Video Twisted Pair and RS485

External control terminal

12 PC connection port, for factory test only

13 Shield / GND

14 DC12 V- or AC 24 V

15 DC12 V+ or AC 24 V

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5.2 Connector pin definition

SW2 SW3 Output voltage without accentuation

(no load condition)

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

No frequency-dependent accentuation

Frequency-dependent accentuation (approx. 6 dB with 5 MHz)

Frequency-dependent accentuation (approx. 6 dB with 5 MHz)

Frequency-dependent accentuation (approx. 12 dB with 5 MHz)

Condition on delivery: Output voltage 2.6 Vpp without accentuation

TERM.

OFF

ON

5.2.3 IRIS pin assignment

5.2.4 Y / C terminal

RS485 terminal resistor

No terminal resistor

With terminal resistor 100 Ohm

DC Lens

1. Damp -

2. Damp +

3. Drive +

4. Drive -

1 GND

2 GND

3 Y (Luminance, 1 Vpp, 75 Ohm)

4 C (Chrominance, 0,3 Vpp, burst, 75 Ohm)

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5.2.5 External control terminal

Camera part and connector definition

4 GND

RS-485 signal

When Alarm IN & GND be shorted, the alarm function will be active (please set ALARM FUNC to ON in OSD menu).

Alarm out

6 COM

7 Twist pair +

8 Twist pair -

9 GND

Twisted Pair Video output signal.

GND

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5.3 OSD setting hierarchy

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Camera part and connector definition

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6.1 Installation

1.

Connect BNC cable to video output, please refer to chapter 5.1 Camera part definition.

2.

Connect power source to power terminal.

3.

To reduce radiation sufficiently, please wind one turn around the core, see figure below.

Location Core illustration Camera type

Power cable LX

Power cable MX

Y/C cable LX / MX

CAUTION

If using a DC supply, make sure the polarity is correct. Incorrect connection may cause malfunction and / or damage to the camera.

4.

Adjust backfocus: The backfocus is adjusted in the factory for a CS mount lens as shipped, if re-adjust is necessary, please unlock screw. Enter Back

Focus Format in OSD (please refer to chapter 6.2.4.8), then rotate backfocus

wheel till a sharp image appears. Lock the screw tightly.

6.1.1 Using BNC composite video output

1.

Connect BNC cable to video output, please refer to chapter 5.1 Camera part definition.

2.

Make sure that a proper BNC 75 Ohm cable is used.

3.

Switch on 75 Ohm termination in video receive equipment such as Monitor, matrix or equivalent

6.1.2 Using twisted pair video output

1.

Connect twisted pair cable to TP-Output of camera, please refer to chapter

5.1 Camera part definition

2.

Connect suitable twisted pair receiver device (i.e. TP-RXMOD2)

3.

Setup TP transmitter using DIP-switches, please refer to chapter 5.2.1.

4.

Adjust twisted pair receiver to get best quality video-output, please refer to the instruction manual of used twisted pair receiver

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Press the ENTER of the OSD control button, the menu will appear on the display and will disappear after 30 seconds if no any action. The shaded setting area means an item selected and keeps blinking.

6.2.1 PRESET

Select PRESET function

IN Door (2500 °K – 6500 °K),

OUT Door (2500 °K – 9500 °K), or custom.

This camera provides 2 kinds preset environment settings. Which are IN Door and OUT

Door, User can do fast setting in these 2 kinds environment parameter. OR, User can set environment parameter by self in custom mode.

Using UP/DOWN key adjust cursor to PRESET as shown in the figure. Press ENTER key to enter modify mode, Using UP/DOWN key to select mode after selected and press ENTER key to leave modify mode.

MAIN MANU

PRESET INROOM

<CAMERA SETUP>

<D/N SETUP>

<OPTION>

<OTHER SETUP>

<REMOTE>

<PRIVACY ZONE>

BLC ZONE OFF

SYNC MODE INT

EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT

Enter CAMERA SETUP submenu as shown in the figure. Using UP/DOWN key adjusts cursor to the item which wants to modify.

Press ENTER key to enter modify status , Using

UP/DOWN key to select

Mode. After selected and then press ENTER key to leave modify Mode.

CAMERA SETUP

EXPOSURE ALC

SHUTTER OFF

LENS LEVEL 5

WB MODE AUTO

GAIN 24

GAMMA 0.45

APERTURE MID

WD LEVEL 5

BACK

6.2.2.1 EXPOSURE

Setting ALC for Auto IRIS lens control or ELC for auto electronic shutter when using manual IRIS lens. Move the cursor to the position and push ENTER.

6.2.2.2 SHUTTER

Setting of slow electronic shutter (OFF to X 16).

Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure. Using the UP/ DOWN button, choose the slow shutter from OFF to X16.

CAMERA SETUP

EXPOSURE ALC

SHUTTER OFF

LENS LEVEL 5

WB MODE AUTO

GAIN 24

GAMMA 0.45

APERTURE MID

WD LEVEL 5

BACK

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6.2.2.3 LENS LEVEL

Setting the lens level (exposure level). Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Push ENTER and use the UP/ DOWN button to select 1 - 10.

CAMERA SETUP

EXPOSURE ALC

SHUTTER OFF

LENS LEVEL 5

WB MODE AUTO

GAIN 24

GAMMA 0.45

APERTURE MID

WD LEVEL 5

BACK

6.2.2.4 WB MODE

Selection and setting of the white balance system (AUTO and manual mode).

Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Using UP/ DOWN button to choose ATW or manual mode. z

AUTO

TTL auto trace white balance algorithm is designed to implement a perfect color reproduction. Color temperature ranges are depending on preset mode. z

Manual mode

Press the ENTER button to enter manual mode. To obtain correct manual white balance adjust the R and B (red& blue) values by press UP, DOWN button. Press LEFT, RIGHT button to exit move cursor between R&B, and press ENTER button to exit.

CAMERA SETUP

EXPOSURE ALC

SHUTTER OFF

LENS LEVEL 5

WB MODE AUTO

GAIN 24

GAMMA 0.45

APERTURE MID

WD LEVEL 5

BACK

6.2.2.5 GAIN

Adjust max. GAIN: 0 – 30 dB.

Move the cursor to the position as shown in figure.

Using UP/ DOWN button, choose gain value from 0 dB to 30 dB.

CAMERA SETUP

EXPOSURE ALC

SHUTTER OFF

LENS LEVEL 5

WB MODE AUTO

GAIN 24

GAMMA 0.45

APERTURE MID

WD LEVEL 5

BACK

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6.2.2.6 GAMMA

6.2.2.7 APERTURE

Selection of picture sharpness. (LOW, MID,

HIGH)

Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Use UP/ DOWN button, to choose HIGH, MID or LOW.

CAMERA SETUP

EXPOSURE ALC

SHUTTER OFF

LENS LEVEL 5

WB MODE AUTO

GAIN 24

GAMMA 0.45

APERTURE MID

WD LEVEL 5

BACK

6.2.2.8 WD-LEVEL

0.45 or 1.0 can be selected

Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure to set GAMMA value.

Generally, the default value 0.45 is used for

CCTV monitor. For image processing purpose

1.0 can be selected.

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CAMERA SETUP

EXPOSURE ALC

SHUTTER OFF

LENS LEVEL 5

WB MODE AUTO

GAIN 24

GAMMA 0.45

APERTURE MID

WD LEVEL 5

BACK

Selection of the WD-threshold level. This setting increases/decreases the overall video brightness.

Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Use UP/DOWN button to choose from 0 to 10.

CAMERA SETUP

EXPOSURE ALC

SHUTTER OFF

LENS LEVEL 5

WB MODE AUTO

GAIN 24

GAMMA 0.45

APERTURE MID

WD LEVEL 5

BACK

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Enter D/N SETUP submenu as shown in the figure.

Using UP/DOWN key to adjust cursor to the item which wants to modify.

Press ENTER key to enter modify status.

Using UP/DOWN key to select Mode.

After selected and then press ENTER key to leave modify Mode.

D/N SETUP

D/N MODE AUTO

D/N LEVEL MID

D/N DELAY 5

BACK

MAIN MANU

PRESET INROOM

<CAMERA SETUP>

<D/N SETUP>

<OPTION>

<OTHER SETUP>

<REMOTE>

<PRIVACY ZONE>

BLC ZONE OFF

SYNC MODE INT

EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT

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6.2.3.1 D/N MODE

Select Day/Night function automatically, color or mono. Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure. Use the UP/ DOWN button to select AUTO, MONO or COLOR mode. z

AUTO: When set to this mode, the camera will change to COLOR mode or B/W mode automatically depending on a subject’s brightness.

z

MONO: When set to this mode, the camera will remain in monochrome mode always. z

COLOR: When set to this mode, the camera will remain in COLOR always.

6.2.3.2 D/N LEVEL

6.2.3.3 D/N DELAY

Select filter switchover point High, Low or Middle.

Set up a switchover point from COLOR mode to

B/W mode. Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure. Use the UP/DOWN button to select HIGH, LOW or MID. The level only affects when the D/N mode set as AUTO. z

A. LOW: The switchover point of gain from

COLOR into B/W mode is 21 dB, and back to

COLOR mode point is 18 dB. z

B. MID: The switchover point of gain from

COLOR into B/W mode is 22 dB, and back to

COLOR mode point is 18 dB. z

C. HIGH: The switchover point of gain from

COLOR into B/W mode is 23 dB, and back to

COLOR mode point is 18 dB.

Setting DELAY time for D/ N function.

Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Use the UP/ DOWN button to select 0, 5, 10, 15 or 20 sec for delay of into D/N mode timing.

This function only affects when D/N Mode to be set as AUTO.

6.2.4 OPTION

D/N SETUP

D/N MODE AUTO

D/N LEVEL MID

D/N DELAY 5

BACK

D/N SETUP

D/N MODE AUTO

D/N LEVEL MID

D/N DELAY 5

BACK

D/N SETUP

D/N MODE AUTO

D/N LEVEL MID

D/N DELAY 5

BACK

Enter OPTION submenu as shown in the figure.

Using UP/DOWN Key to adjust cursor to the function which wants to modify.

Press ENTER key to enter Modify status and then using UP/DOWN key to select Mode after selected and then press Enter key to leave modify status.

OPTION

MIRROR OFF

<DZOOM>

CHROMA 3

COLOR BAR OFF

DNR OFF

<BACKFOCUS>

SYSTEM PAL

BACK

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6.2.4.1 Mirror

Mirror function. Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Press Enter and use UP/DOWN button to choose ON or OFF.

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OPTION

MIRROR OFF

<DZOOM>

CHROMA 3

COLOR BAR OFF

DNR OFF

<BACKFOCUS>

SYSTEM PAL

BACK

6.2.4.2 DZOOM

Enter DZOOM submenu as shown in the figure.

Using UP/DOWN Key to adjust cursor to the function which wants to modify.

Press ENTER key to enter Modify status and then using UP/DOWN key to select Mode after selected and then press Enter key to leave modify status.

OPTION

MIRROR OFF

<DZOOM>

CHROMA 3

COLOR BAR OFF

DNR OFF

<BACKFOCUS>

SYSTEM PAL

BACK

6.2.4.3 DZOOM IN OUT

This function is for setting the electronic zoom factor. It can magnify 4 times as original. The zoom value can be selected in 96 steps. Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Press Enter and use UP/DOWN button to choose the digital zoom value

6.2.4.4 DZOOM P/T SET

This function is only operational when digital zoom is selected.

Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Press Enter and use UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT to select visible area .

6.2.4.5 CHROMA

Setting the video chroma value.

Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Use UP/DOWN button to choose from -7 to 8.

DZOOM IN OUT

DZOOM > < ^ v P/T SET

OPTION

MIRROR OFF

<DZOOM>

CHROMA 3

COLOR BAR OFF

DNR OFF

<BACKFOCUS>

SYSTEM PAL

BACK

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6.2.4.6 COLOR BAR

This function is present for test.

Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Press Enter and use UP/DOWN button to choose ON or OFF. The color bar as shown in the figure.

OPTION

MIRROR OFF

<DZOOM>

CHROMA 3

COLOR BAR OFF

DNR OFF

<BACKFOCUS>

SYSTEM PAL

BACK

6.2.4.7 DNR

This function is for digital noise reduce. Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Press Enter and use UP/DOWN button to choose ON or OFF.

OPTION

MIRROR OFF

<DZOOM>

CHROMA 3

COLOR BAR OFF

DNR OFF

<BACKFOCUS>

SYSTEM PAL

BACK

6.2.4.8 BACKFOCUS

This function is for perform back focus adjust. It will force the iris of the AI lens to open fully and set to ELC mode for easy back focus adjustment. Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Press Enter and use UP/DOWN button to choose ON or OFF.

OPTION

MIRROR OFF

<DZOOM>

CHROMA 3

COLOR BAR OFF

DNR OFF

<BACKFOCUS>

SYSTEM PAL

BACK

6.2.4.9 SYSTEM

Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Press Enter Key and use UP/DOWN button to choose NTSC or PAL system.

OPTION

MIRROR OFF

<DZOOM>

CHROMA 3

COLOR BAR OFF

DNR OFF

<BACKFOCUS>

SYSTEM PAL

BACK

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Enter OTHER SETUP submenu as shown in the figure.

Using UP/DOWN Key to adjust cursor to the function which wants to modify.

Press ENTER key to enter Modify status and then using UP/DOWN key to select Mode after selected and then press Enter key to leave modify status.

OTHER SETUP

CAMERA ID

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<ALARM>

<MOTION>

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6.2.5.1 CAMERA ID

Select the CAMERA ID position, press ENTER into modify mode as shown in the figure.

Right button choose position and use

UP/DOWN button choose text (0 - 9, A - Z) the max 24 characters.

6.2.5.2 ALARM

6.2.5.3 ALARM TEXT

Enter ALARM submenu as shown in the figure.

Using UP/DOWN Key to adjust cursor to the function which wants to modify.

Press ENTER key to enter Modify status and then using UP/DOWN key to select Mode after selected and then press Enter key to leave modify status.

Select the ALARM TEXT position, press ENTER into modify mode as shown in the figure. Using

Left/Right button choose position and use

UP/DOWN button choose text (0 - 9, A - Z) the max 24 characters.

6.2.5.4 ALARM ACTION

Use the UP/DOWN button to select OFF, OUT,

B/W, ALL (OUT & B/W) as shown in the figure.

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OTHER SETUP

CAMERA ID

-----------------------------

<ALARM>

<MOTION>

BACK

OTHER SETUP

CAMERA ID

-----------------------------

<ALARM>

<MOTION>

BACK

ALARM TEXT

----------------------------------

ALARM ACTION OUT

ALARM DELAY 0

BACK

ALARM TEXT

----------------------------------

ALARM ACTION OUT

ALARM DELAY 0

BACK

6.2.5.5 ALARM DELAY

Use the UP/DOWN button to select 0, 5, 10, 15,

20 sec. For delay of ALARM operate timing as shown in the figure. Alarm will be reset automatically after selected time.

ALARM TEXT

----------------------------------

ALARM ACTION OUT

ALARM DELAY 0

BACK

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6.2.5.6 MOTION

Enter MOTION submenu as shown in the figure.

Using UP/DOWN Key to adjust cursor to the function which wants to modify.

Press ENTER key to enter Modify status and then using UP/DOWN key to select Mode after selected and then press Enter key to leave modify status.

When MOTION set ON and image has bigger

Change. It will trigger alarm.

Enter MOTION item as shown in the figure.

Press ENTER key to enter Modify status and then using UP/DOWN key to Select Mode ON

OR OFF after selected and then press Enter key to Leave modify status.

6.2.5.7 MOTION LEVEL

Setting the motion detect sensitivity. Use the

UP/DOWN keys to set the sensitivity in the range of 0 to 255. The value "0" corresponds to the highest sensitivity.

OTHER SETUP

CAMERA ID

-----------------------------

<ALARM>

<MOTION>

BACK

MOTION OFF

MOTION LEVEL LOW

<MOTION AREA>

MOTION TEXT

------------------------------

ALARM OUT OFF

MOTION DELAY 5

BACK

MOTION OFF

MOTION LEVEL 15

<MOTION AREA>

MOTION TEXT

------------------------------

ALARM OUT OFF

MOTION DELAY 5

BACK

6.2.5.8 MOTION AREA

Enter MOTION AREA submenu as shown in the figure.

Using UP/DOWN Key to adjust cursor to the function which wants to modify.

Press ENTER key to enter Modify status and then using UP/DOWN key to select Mode after selected and then press Enter key to leave modify status.

6.2.5.9 SET ZONE POSI

Setting the alarm zone position.

MOTION OFF

MOTION LEVEL LOW

<MOTION AREA>

MOTION TEXT

------------------------------

ALARM OUT OFF

MOTION DELAY 5

BACK

SET ZONE > < ^ v POSI

6.2.5.10 SET ZONE SIZE

Changing the alarm zone size.

SET ZONE > < ^ v SIZE

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6.2.5.11 SET ZONE MOVE

Moving the alarm zone position.

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SET ZONE > < ^ v MOVE

6.2.5.12 MOTION TEXT

Select the Motion TEXT position, press ENTER into modify mode as shown in the figure. Using

Left/Right button choose position and use

UP/DOWN button choose text (0 - 9, A - Z) the max 24 characters.

MOTION OFF

MOTION LEVEL LOW

<MOTION AREA>

MOTION TEXT

------------------------------

ALARM OUT OFF

MOTION DELAY 5

BACK

6.2.5.13 ALARM OUT

Use the UP/DOWN button to select 0, 5, 10, 15,

20 sec. For delay of ALARM operate timing as shown in the figure.

MOTION OFF

MOTION LEVEL LOW

<MOTION AREA>

MOTION TEXT

------------------------------

ALARM OUT OFF

MOTION DELAY 5

BACK

6.2.5.14 MOTION DELAY

Use the UP/DOWN button to select 0, 5, 10, 15,

20 sec. For delay of Motion ALARM operate timing as shown in the figure. Alarm will be reset automatically after selected time

MOTION OFF

MOTION LEVEL LOW

<MOTION AREA>

MOTION TEXT

------------------------------

ALARM OUT OFF

MOTION DELAY 5

BACK

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Enter REMOTE submenu as shown in the figure. Using UP/DOWN Key to adjust cursor to the function which wants to Modify.

Press ENTER key to enter Modify status and then using UP/DOWN key to select Mode after selected and then press Enter key to leave modify status.

6.2.6.1 ADDRESS

6.2.6.2 PROTOCOL

Setup camera address volume 0 – 255.

REMOTE

ADDRESS 1

PROTOCOL SIEMENS-B

BAUD RATE 4800

BACK DEFAULT

6.2.6.3 BAUD RATE

Protocol include Siemens-U, Siemens-B, Siemens-S and MOLYNX-D.

Baud Rate: 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200.

Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Press ENTER to turn on the privacy zone mode, than use UP/DOWN and Left/Right button to setting zone position, when ok press ENTER and use UP/DOWN and Left/Right button to setting zone size and press ENTER to leave this function.

MAIN MANU

PRESET INROOM

<CAMERA SETUP>

<D/N SETUP>

<OPTION>

<OTHER SETUP>

<REMOTE>

<PRIVACY ZONE>

BLC ZONE OFF

SYNC MODE INT

EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT

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6.2.8 BLC ZONE

Selection of backlight mode.

Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure. Push Enter and using UP / DOWN button to choose OFF, CENTER 1, CENTER 2, UP

Half, LOW half, Door Low or Door High.

(The BLC area will not display on screen.)

A. OFF: The BLC function is off.

Install the camera

MAIN MANU

PRESET INROOM

<CAMERA SETUP>

<D/N SETUP>

<OPTION>

<OTHER SETUP>

<REMOTE>

<PRIVACY ZONE>

BLC ZONE OFF

SYNC MODE INT

EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT

B. CENTER 1: Backlight compensation window is like.

C. CENTER 2: Backlight compensation window is like.

D. UP Half: Backlight compensation window is like .

E. LOW half: Backlight compensation window is like.

F: Door Low: Backlight compensation window is like.

G: Door High: Backlight compensation window is like .

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Move the cursor to the position as shown in the figure.

Push Enter and using UP / DOWN button to choose INT or LL. This function only works on

AC power.

A. INT; The camera is in the internal SYNC mode.

B. LL: The camera is in the line lock mode, you can adjust the phase angle from 0 - 300 deg according. The default is 300 deg.

MAIN MANU

PRESET INROOM

<CAMERA SETUP>

<D/N SETUP>

<OPTION>

<OTHER SETUP>

<REMOTE>

<PRIVACY ZONE>

BLC ZONE OFF

SYNC MODE INT

EXIT CANCEL DEFAULT

6.2.10 BACK

Selection of next page and last page.

6.2.11 EXIT

Save all setting and exit.

6.2.12 CANCEL

6.2.13 DEFAULT

Reset back to original settings.

Recall factory settings.

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Maintenance

7 Maintenance

Defective modules should be sent to the nearest Siemens office to be forwarded to the service centre.

8 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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Keyword index

A

ADDRESS 28

ALARM ACTION 25

ALARM DELAY 25, 27

ALARM TEXT 25, 27

APERTURE 21

B

BACK 30

BACKFOCUS 24

BAUD RATE 28

BLC ZONE 29

C

CAMERA ID 25

Camera part 13, 18

CAMERA SETUP 19

CANCEL 30

CHROMA 23

Cleaning 9

CMOS Characteristics 9

COLOR BAR 24

D

D/N DELAY 22

D/N LEVEL 22

D/N MODE 22

D/N SETUP 21

DEFAULT 30

Dimensions 10

DNR 24

DZOOM 23

E

EXIT 30

EXPOSURE 19

F

Function setting 19

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G

GAIN 20

GAMMA 21

General guidelines 7

L

LENS LEVEL 20

M

Mirror 23

MOTION 26

MOTION LEVEL 26, 27

O

Operation and storage 9

OPTION 22

Ordering data 12

OTHER SETUP 24

P

Package contents 12

Pin definiton 14

PRESET 19

PRIVACY ZONE 28

Product specifications 10

PROTOCOL 28

R

REMOTE 28

S

Safety precautions 5

SHUTTER 19

SYNC MODE 30

SYSTEM 24

T

Transportation 9

W

WB MODE 20

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Issued by

Siemens Building Technologies

Fire & Security Products GmbH & Co. oHG

D-76181 Karlsruhe www.sbt.siemens.com

Document no. A24205-A336-B315

Edition 08.2006

© 2006 Copyright by

Siemens Building Technologies AG

Data and design subject to change without notice.

Supply subject to availability.

Printed in the Federal Republic of Germany

on environment-friendly chlorine-free paper.

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