Siqura HD1xA Series - TKH Security Solutions

Siqura HD1xA Series - TKH Security Solutions
U ser Ma n ua l
Siqura HD1xA Series
High-Speed IP PTZ Dome Cameras
Note: To ensure proper operation, please read this manual thoroughly before using the product and retain the
information for future reference.
Copyright © 2011 Siqura B.V.
All rights reserved.
Siqura HD1xA
User Manual v2 (102104-2)
AIT54MW07SP2
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Contents
1
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................... 3
2
SAFETY INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................ 5
2.1
2.2
3
CAUTIONS ................................................................................................................................................. 5
REGULATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 6
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................................... 7
3.1
3.2
3.3
4
MODELS ................................................................................................................................................... 7
PRODUCT OVERVIEW .................................................................................................................................. 8
PRODUCT FEATURES.................................................................................................................................... 9
USING THE ON-SCREEN DISPLAY ............................................................................................................ 11
4.1
5
USING A CONTROL KEYBOARD TO ACCESS THE ON-SCREEN MENUS ...................................................................... 11
CAMERA CONFIGURATION VIA THE ON-SCREEN MENU ......................................................................... 13
5.1
DISPLAYING CAMERA PARAMETERS ON SCREEN. ............................................................................................. 14
5.2
OSD MENU TREE ..................................................................................................................................... 15
5.2.1 Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A.............................................................................................. 15
5.2.2 Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A ............................................................................................................ 19
5.3
CONFIGURATION MENU............................................................................................................................. 23
5.3.1 Main Page 1 .................................................................................................................................... 23
5.3.1.1
5.3.1.2
5.3.1.3
5.3.1.4
5.3.1.5
5.3.1.6
5.3.2
Setup Menu 1 .................................................................................................................................. 28
5.3.2.1
5.3.2.2
5.3.2.3
5.3.2.4
5.3.2.5
5.3.2.6
5.3.2.7
5.3.2.8
5.3.3
Flip .......................................................................................................................................................... 30
Angle Adjuster ........................................................................................................................................ 31
Speed by Zoom ....................................................................................................................................... 31
Auto Cali. ................................................................................................................................................ 31
OSD Auto Close ....................................................................................................................................... 31
System Reset .......................................................................................................................................... 31
Exit .......................................................................................................................................................... 31
Main Page 2 .................................................................................................................................... 32
5.3.4.1
5.3.4.2
5.3.4.3
5.3.4.4
5.3.4.5
5.3.4.6
5.3.4.7
5.3.4.8
5.3.5
Zoom Speed ............................................................................................................................................ 28
Digital Zoom ........................................................................................................................................... 28
Slow Shutter ........................................................................................................................................... 29
Image Inverse ......................................................................................................................................... 29
Freeze (HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR)........................................................................................................ 29
Aperture ................................................................................................................................................. 29
Stabiliser (HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR) ................................................................................................... 29
Exit .......................................................................................................................................................... 30
Setup Menu 2 .................................................................................................................................. 30
5.3.3.1
5.3.3.2
5.3.3.3
5.3.3.4
5.3.3.5
5.3.3.6
5.3.3.7
5.3.4
Language ................................................................................................................................................ 23
Default camera ....................................................................................................................................... 23
Backlight compensation ......................................................................................................................... 23
Focus ...................................................................................................................................................... 24
Auto exposure ........................................................................................................................................ 25
White balance control (WBC) ................................................................................................................. 26
ID Display ................................................................................................................................................ 32
Title Display ............................................................................................................................................ 32
Title Setting ............................................................................................................................................ 33
Preset ..................................................................................................................................................... 34
Sequence ................................................................................................................................................ 35
Auto Pan ................................................................................................................................................. 36
Cruise ...................................................................................................................................................... 37
Home Setting .......................................................................................................................................... 38
Main Page 3 .................................................................................................................................... 39
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Contents
5.3.5.1
5.3.5.2
5.3.5.3
5.3.5.4
5.3.5.5
5.3.5.6
5.3.5.7
6
IR function (removable IR cut) ................................................................................................................ 39
Alarm Detect .......................................................................................................................................... 40
WDR function ......................................................................................................................................... 41
Privacy Mask ........................................................................................................................................... 41
Time Setting............................................................................................................................................ 45
Schedule ................................................................................................................................................. 45
Exit OSD .................................................................................................................................................. 46
APPENDIX: OSD MENU NOTES ............................................................................................................... 47
6.1
6.2
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SIQURA HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A ................................................................................................... 47
SIQURA HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR ........................................................................................................ 52
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Introduction
Document scope
This manual applies to the Siqura HD1xA series, Siqura's high-speed PTZ dome cameras. It
describes how to configure and operate the cameras. Instructions for installing a camera can be
found in the separate installation manual accompanying the specific model.
Intended audience
This manual is aimed at technicians and operators involved in the configuration and operation of
Siqura HD1xA cameras.
Assumed skills and know-how
To work with the Siqura HD1xA camera, an operator must have adequate knowledge and skills
in the fields of:
 CCTV systems and components
 Using a control keyboard to navigate an on-screen menu
 Video, data, and contact closure transmissions
Specifications
The information given in this manual was current when published. Siqura reserves the right to
revise and improve its products. All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Important information
Before proceeding, please read and observe all instructions and warnings in this manual. Retain
this manual with the original bill of sale for future reference and, if necessary, warranty service.
When unpacking your product, check for missing or damaged items. If any item is missing, or if
damage is evident, do not install or operate this product. Contact your supplier for assistance.
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Typographical conventions
Before you start using this guide, it is important to understand the typographical conventions
used in the documentation. The following kinds of formatting in the text identify special
information.
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Formatting convention
Type of Information
Numbered list
Step-by-step procedures. You can follow these instructions to
complete a specific task.
Special Bold
Items you must select, such as menu options, command buttons, or
items in a list.
Emphasis
Used to emphasize the importance of a point or for variable
expressions such as parameters.
CAPITALS
Names of keys on the keyboard. for example, SHIFT, CTRL, or
ALT.
KEY+KEY
Key combinations for which the user must press and hold down one
key and then press another, for example, CTRL+P, or ALT+F4.
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Safety Information
This chapter provides cautions on what to do and what not to do when working with or handling
your Siqura HD1xA unit. It also offers information on product compliance with environmental
regulations and explains how to dispose of the product at the end of its service life.
In This Chapter
Cautions ........................................................................... 5
Regulations ....................................................................... 6
2.1
Cautions
Handle the camera carefully.
Do not abuse the camera. Avoid striking, shaking, etc. as the camera can be damaged by
improper handling or storage.
Install electrical wiring carefully.
Ask a qualified electrician to perform the wiring for the installation. Please note that input
electricity to the unit is at a tolerance of 24VAC 50/60 Hz ± 20%. Ground the camera
appropriately to prevent electric shock or damage.
Cable harness
Power input: 3-pin terminal block
Do not disassemble the camera.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or covers. There are no user serviceable parts
inside. Please consult technical support if a camera is suspected of malfunctioning.
Do not block the cooling vent on indoor cameras.
This camera has a cooling fan inside. Blocking the cooling holes may lead to overheating and
cause malfunction. Overheating is not covered by warranty.
Do not operate the camera beyond the specified temperature,
humidity, and power source ratings.
The indoor dome camera is specified for temperatures between 0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F) and
humidity below 90%. The outdoor dome camera is specified for temperatures between -45°C ~
50°C (-49°F ~ 122°F), and relative humidity below 90%.
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Do not expose the indoor dome camera to moisture or operate it
in wet areas.
The indoor dome camera is designed for indoor use or use in locations where it is protected from
rain and moisture. If the indoor camera gets wet, turn the power off immediately and ask a
qualified technician for servicing. Moisture can damage the indoor camera and also create the
danger of electric shock.
Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when cleaning the
camera.
Use a dry cloth to clean the camera when it is dirty. If the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild
detergent and wipe gently. To clean the lens, use lens tissue or a cotton tipped applicator and
ethanol. DO NOT clean the lens with strong detergents.
Never face the camera towards the sun.
Do not aim the camera at bright objects. Whether the camera is in use or not, never aim it at the
sun or other extremely bright objects, as this can damage the camera.
2.2
Regulations
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following conditions.


This device may not cause harmful interference.
This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not
be treated as household waste in accordance with Directive 2002/96/EC. Instead
it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment. By proper waste handling of this product you
ensure that it has no negative consequences for the environment and human
health, which could otherwise be caused if this product is thrown into the garbage
bin. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources.
For more information on how to recycle this product, please contact your local city
office, your household waste disposal service or the seller of the product.
Compliance is evidenced by written declaration from our suppliers, assuring that
any potential trace contamination levels of restricted substances are below the
maximum level set by EU Directive 2002/95/EC, or are exempted due to their
application.
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Product Description
The Siqura HD1xA series cameras are high-speed PTZ dome cameras designed to deliver superb
performance and durability in any security and surveillance installation. This chapter introduces
the individual camera models and their features.
In This Chapter
Models .............................................................................. 7
Product Overview ............................................................... 8
Product Features ................................................................ 9
3.1
Models
The Siqura HD1xA series provides five models of new generation advanced DSP colour camera.
Siqura HD10A PTZ Dome




Indoor high-speed PTZ dome
26x optical zoom/12x digital zoom
24 privacy masks
Wide dynamic range
Siqura HD10A PRH PTZ Dome





Outdoor high-speed PTZ dome
26x optical zoom/12x digital zoom
24 privacy masks
Wide dynamic range
Pressurised housing
Siqura HD11A PRH PTZ Dome






Outdoor high-speed PTZ dome
35x optical zoom/12x digital zoom
8 privacy masks
Wide dynamic range
Electronic image stabilisation
Pressurised housing
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Siqura HD12A PTZ Dome




Outdoor high-speed PTZ dome
26x optical zoom/12x digital zoom
24 privacy masks
Wide dynamic range
(bracket sold separately)
Siqura HD16A WDR PTZ Dome





Outdoor high-speed PTZ dome
35x optical zoom/12x digital zoom
8 privacy masks
Wide dynamic range
Electronic image stabilisation
(bracket sold separately)
3.2
Product Overview
Functions
The Siqura HD1xA camera delivers up to 420x zoom ratio (HD16A WDR) to capture clear images
in the distance. Continuous auto focus, backlight compensation, auto exposure and digital slow
shutter functions are provided for clear and high quality images. The removable IR cut filter
ensures 24-hour operation, while Privacy Masks are specially designed to avoid intrusive
monitoring of specified regions. All of the salient functions can be incorporated to meet your
needs. The Home function allows users to specify a preset position as the 'home position' or
home functions (Sequence/Auto-Pan/Cruise). Under this mode, dome cameras return to the
preset home position or functions when the camera has been idle for a user-defined period of
time. Additionally, the unique Schedule function enables users to program a preset point or
function (Sequence/Auto-Pan/Cruise) so that these actions can be automatically performed at
specified times. The camera possesses the additional functions of image inverse, and OSD
operation in up to 12 languages.
PTZ
The dome provides variable pan/tilt speeds ranging from a fast patrol of 400° per second to a
slow ramble of 0.5° per second with +/- 0.1° pan accuracy for fast and accurate tracking. 360°
endless rotation and -10°~190° tilt travel allow for the tracking of objects passing directly
underneath the dome. Up to 256 preset points can be programmed for precise location of target
areas; users can also define eight sequence routes, four auto-pan routes, and one cruise route
for the camera to operate automatically.
Simplicity
The Siqura HD1xA series cameras require only a single cable for ease of installation, and can be
integrated with CCTV products such as DVRs, control keyboards, and CCTV accessories for a
total surveillance solution.
Reliability
Dependability and high reliability are key factors in the mini dome's design cycle. Siqura HD1xA
cameras are assembled with meticulous care and thorough testing at our ISO 9001-compliant
factory.
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Product Description
3.3
Product Features
Precise and Accurate Dome Performance





Auto Calibration
Preset accuracy of +/- 0.1°
Preset speed up to 400°/sec
Proportional Pan & Tilt Speed
Preset Position/Sequence/Auto Pan/Cruise
Dynamic Dome Applications









Multi-language OSD
Support for 2-way audio
Remote PTZ control using the Pelco D protocol
Up to 24 masking zones (Optional)
8 alarm inputs, 1 alarm output; support for remote streaming of alarm signals
Video motion detection
Flexible indoor/outdoor mountings
Weather-resistant
Pressurised housing (HD10A PRH / HD11A PRH)
Superior Camera Image Quality










Minimum illumination 0.01 Lux (B/W)
Digital Slow Shutter
Electronic Shutter
Wide dynamic range (Optional)
Auto white balance
Backlight Compensation
Auto exposure
Image inverse
Electronic image stabiliser (Optional)
Removable IR-Cut Filter
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Using the On-Screen Display
Refer to the following sections to operate and set the dome camera using its on-screen display
(OSD). You can control the dome camera via the OSD or with a control keyboard or other control
device.
In This Chapter
Using a control keyboard to access the on-screen menus ........ 11
4.1
Using a control keyboard to access the
on-screen menus

To enter the on-screen menu with a control keyboard


Using the Pelco D protocol, enter 95 and then Preset.
To navigate the on-screen menu with joystick or direction keys




Use the UP/DOWN buttons (or direction keys) to move the cursor up and down the on-screen
menu.
For menu items with an arrow pointing to the right , pan LEFT/RIGHT or use the direction
keys to select a menu option or show a submenu.
For menu items with an arrow pointing down , use the Preset 95 command to enter the
submenu.
For menu items with both an arrow pointing to the right and an arrow pointing downwards
, pan LEFT/RIGHT or use the direction keys) to select a menu option or use the Preset 95
command to open submenus.
If the keyboard has an open/close iris control, you may use:
 Open iris to enter a submenu.
 Close iris to exit a submenu or to exit the on-screen menu.
Additional commands from a keyboard
The single contact closure output can be controlled with the following Pelco-D commands:
 Alarm Output On - Set Preset 9 6
 Alarm Output Off - Go Preset 9 6
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Camera Configuration via the
On-Screen Menu
The Siqura HD1xA's On-Screen Menu (OSM) can be used to configure detailed camera functions
and parameter settings. This chapter provides a detailed description of OSM structures, settings,
and values for the various models of the Siqura HD1xA series.
In This Chapter
Displaying Camera Parameters on Screen. ............................ 14
OSD Menu Tree ................................................................. 15
Configuration Menu ............................................................ 23
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5.1
Displaying Camera Parameters on Screen.
Certain camera parameters can be selectively displayed on screen as described below.
Position
Function
OSD Display
Description
1
Focus modes
A
Auto focus mode
M
Manual focus mode
X
Backlight compensation OFF
B
Backlight compensation ON
2
Backlight
3
Alarm
ALARM
Alarm message
4
Zoom ratio
x1
Present zoom ratio
(Optical zoom/Digital zoom)
5
Title
Maximum 20 characters for each title.
16 sets of title are available.
6
Camera ID
Show the camera ID (not recommended as this value is fixed at
001).
OSD summary, for positions see below
On-screen display positions
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5.2
OSD Menu Tree
The OSD setup menu structure is listed in the following tables. Print the OSD menu table (see
"Appendix: OSD Menu Notes" on page 47) to record your own settings.
5.2.1
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
Item
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, ITALIAN, PORTUGUESE,
SPANISH, RUSSIAN, POLISH, SIMPLIFIED CHINESE,
TRADITIONAL CHINESE, JAPANESE, TURKISH
ENGLISH
DEFAULT
CAMERA
<ON>, <OFF>
ON
BACKLIGHT
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
FOCUS
AUTO
AF MODE <NORMAL>, <PT TRIG>,
<ZOOM TRIG>
Default
AUTO
EXIT + SAVE: YES
MANUAL
AE MODE
EXPOSURE
COMP.
<OFF>, EXPOSURE VALUE: <-10.5dB> ~ OFF
<10.5dB>
AE MODE
AUTO
BRIGHT VALUE;
SHUTTER SPEED;
IRIS VALUE; GAIN
VALUE: AUTO
EXIT + SAVE: YES
SHUTTER
BRIGHT VALUE:
AUTO
SHUTTER SPEED
<1/50> ~ <1/10000>
SEC.
-orSHUTTER SPEED
<1/60> ~ 1/10000
SEC.
IRIS VALUE: AUTO
GAIN VALUE: AUTO
EXIT + SAVE: YES
IRIS
BRIGHT VALUE:
AUTO
SHUTTER SPEED:
AUTO
IRIS VALUE: <F1.6>
GAIN VALUE: AUTO
EXIT + SAVE: YES
MANUAL
BRIGHT VALUE:
AUTO
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Item
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
Default
SHUTTER SPEED:
<1/50> ~ <1/10000>
SEC.
IRIS VALUE:
<F1.6>
GAIN VALUE
<-3>dB ~ <28>dB
EXIT + SAVE: YES
EXIT
WBC MODE
YES
AUTO (Auto White Balance)
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
ATW (Auto-tracing WBC)
MANUAL
R GAIN <000> ~ <127>
B GAIN <000> ~ <127>
EXIT + SAVE: YES
SETUP MENU 1
ENTER
ZOOM SPEED
<1> ~ <8>
8
DIGITAL ZOOM
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
SLOW SHUTTER
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
D.N.R.
2 D.N.R.: <ON>,
<OFF>
ON
3 D.N.R.: <ON>,
<OFF>
ON
EXIT + SAVE: YES
SETUP MENU 2
ENTER
IMAGE INVERSE
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
FREEZE
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
APERTURE
<01> ~ <16>
07
EXIT
<YES>
FLIP
<OFF>, <M.E.>,
<IMAGE>
OFF
EXIT + SAVE: YES
ANGLE ADJUSTER MIN ANGLE <0 ~
+10 DEG>
00
MAX ANGLE <080 ~ 90
100 DEG>
EXIT + SET
YES
SPEED BY ZOOM
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
AUTO CALI.
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
PASSWORD
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
OSD AUTO CLOSE <OFF>, <10> ~
<30> SEC.
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Camera Configuration via the On-Screen Menu
Item
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
SYSTEM RESET
SYSTEM RESET
<YES>
Default
DEFAULT SYSTEM
<YES>
EXIT
<YES>
ID DISPLAY
<ON>, <OFF>
ON
TITLE DISPLAY
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
TITLE SETTING
<01> ~ <16>
01
PRESET
PRESET SET
<001> ~ <256>
ENTER
PRESET RUN
<001> ~ <256>
ENTER
EXIT
YES
ENTER
SEQUENCE LINE
SEQUENCE
AUTOPAN
ENTER
<1> ~ <8>
1
SEQUENCE POINT <01> ~ <64>
01
PRESET POSITION <001 ~ <255>,
<END>
001
SPEED
<01> ~ <15>
01
DWELL TIME
<000> ~ <127> SEC 000
RUN SEQUENCE
ENTER
EXIT
<YES>
AUTOPAN LINE
<1> ~ <4>
START POINT
<TO FIND>, <TO
SAVE>
END POINT
<TO FIND>, <TO
SAVE>
DIRECTION
<RIGHT>, <LEFT>
RIGHT
SPEED
<01> ~ <04>
01
1
RUN AUTOPAN
CRUISE
HOME SETTING
ENTER
ENTER
EXIT
YES
CRUISE LINE
<1> ~ <8>
RECORD START
ENTER
RECORD END
ENTER
RUN CRUISE
ENTER
EXIT
YES
HOME FUNCTION
<ON> ~ <OFF>
SELECT MODE
PRESET
1
OFF
SEQUENCE
AUTOPAN
CRUISE
PRESET POINT
<001> ~ <256>
SEQUENCE LINE
<001> ~ <008>
AUTOPAN LINE
<001> ~ <004>
001
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Item
IR FUNCTION
(Optional)
Layer 1
AUTO
Layer 2
Layer 3
CRUISE LINE
<001> ~ <008>
RETURN TIME
<001> ~ <128> MIN. 001
GO
ENTER
EXIT
YES
THRESHOLD <MID>, <HI>, <LOW>
Default
AUTO
EXIT + SAVE: YES
MANUAL
IR MANUAL: <ON>, <OFF>
EXIT + SAVE: YES
ALARM SETTING
ENTER
ALARM PIN
<1> ~ <8>
1
ALARM SWITCH
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
ALARM TYPE
<NO>, <NC>
(Normally Open,
Normally Closed)
NC
ALARM ACTION
PRESET
SEQUENCE
AUTOPAN
CRUISE
PRESET POINT
<001> ~ <256>
SEQUENCE LINE
<001> ~ <008>
AUTOPAN LINE
<001> ~ <004>
CRUISE LINE
<001> ~ <008>
DWELL TIME
<001> ~ <127>
SEC., <ALWAYS>
EXIT
YES
ALARM DETECT
<NONE>
WDR FUNCTION
<ON>, <OFF>
PRIVACY MASK
PRIVACY SWITCH <ON>, <OFF>
001
ALWAYS
OFF
TRANSPARENCY
<ON>, <OFF>
COLOUR
<BLACK>, <WHITE>, <RED>, <GREEN>,
<BLUE>, <CYAN>, <YELLOW>,
<MAGENTA>
SET MASK
<01> ~ <16>
H CENTER: L/R
V CENTER: D/U
H SIZE <000> ~
<080>
009
V SIZE <000> ~
<060>
009
EXIT + SAVE
TIME SETTING
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CLEAR MASK
<01> ~ <16>
EXIT
YES
ENTER
TIME DISPLAY
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
Camera Configuration via the On-Screen Menu
Item
SCHEDULE
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
SET YEAR
<00> ~ <99>
SET MONTH
<01> ~ <12>
SET DAY
<01> ~ <31>
SET HOUR
<00> ~ <23>
SET MINUTE
<00> ~ <59>
EXIT + SAVE
YES
SCHEDULE
SWITCH
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
POINT
<01> ~ <32>
01
HOUR
<00> ~ <23>
00
MINUTE
<00> ~ <59>
00
MODE
NONE
NO FUNCTION
PRESET
PRESET POINT
<001> ~ <256>
SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE LINE
<001> ~ <008>
AUTOPAN
AUTOPAN LINE
<001> ~ <004>
CRUISE
CRUISE LINE
<001> ~ <008>
IR FUNCTION
IR FUNCTION
<AUTO>, <ON>,
<OFF>
SCHEDULE
RESET
EXIT OSD
5.2.2
Default
YES
YES
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A
Item
Layer 1
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, ITALIAN, PORTUGUESE,
SPANISH, RUSSIAN, POLISH, SIMPLIFIED CHINESE,
TRADITIONAL CHINESE, JAPANESE, TURKISH
Layer 2
Layer 3
Default
ENGLISH
DEFAULT
CAMERA
<ON>, <OFF>
ON
BACKLIGHT
<ON>
BLC LEVEL <00> ~ <30>
OFF
AUTO
TUNING VALUE <1.5M>,<1M>,
<30CM>, <10CM>, <1CM>
10 CM
MANUAL
FOCUS SPEED <01>~<03>
AUTO
IRIS OFFSET <00> ~ <15>
SHUTTER
SHUTTER SPEED <1/30000> ~ <1/2>
IRIS
<00> ~ <09>
<OFF>
FOCUS
AE MODE
OFF
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Item
WBC MODE
Layer 1
Layer 2
AGC
<00> ~ <05>
Layer 3
Default
AUTO
MANUAL
R GAIN <00> ~ <99>
B GAIN <00> ~ <99>
SETUP MENU 1
ZOOM SPEED
<FAST>, <SLOW>
FAST
DIGITAL ZOOM
<OFF>, <02> ~ <12>
OFF
SLOW SHUTTER
<1/2> ~ <1/60> (NTSC)
1/30
<1/1.5> ~ <1/50> (PAL)
1/25
IMAGE INVERSE
<ON>, <OFF>
FREEZE
<ON>, <OFF>
APERTURE
AUTO
MANUAL
*
H APERTURE
<00> ~ <31>
V APERTURE
<00> ~ <31>
SETUP MENU 2
STABILISER
<OFF>, 5Hz, 10Hz
EXIT
<YES>
FLIP
FLIP SETTING <OFF>, <M.E.>,
<IMAGE>
OFF
EXIT+SET <YES>
ANGLE
ADJUSTER
MIN ANGLE <-10 ~ +10 DEG>
0
MAX ANGLE <080 ~ 100 DEG>
90
EXIT+SET <YES>
SPEED BY ZOOM
<ON>, <OFF>
ON
AUTO CALI.
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
OSD AUTO CLOSE <OFF>, <10 SEC> ~ <30 SEC>
SYSTEM RESET
SYSTEM RESET <YES>
DEFAULT SYSTEM <YES>
EXIT <YES>
EXIT
ID DISPLAY
<ON>, <OFF>
ON
TITLE DISPLAY
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
TITLE SETTING
<01> ~ <16>
01
PRESET
PRESET SET
<001> ~ <256>
ENTER
PRESET RUN
<001> ~ <256>
ENTER
EXIT
<YES>
ENTER
SEQUENCE LINE
<1> ~ <8>
1
SEQUENCE
POINT
<01> ~ <32>
01
PRESET POS.
<END>, <001> ~ <255>
001
SEQUENCE
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Camera Configuration via the On-Screen Menu
Item
AUTO PAN
CRUISE
HOME SETTING
IR FUNCTION
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
Default
SPEED
<01> ~ <15>
01
DWELL TIME
<000 SEC> ~ <127 SEC>
000
RUN SEQUENCE
<ENTER>
EXIT
<YES>
AUTO PAN LINE
<1> ~ <4>
START POINT
<TO FIND>, <TO SAVE>
END POINT
<TO FIND>, <TO SAVE>
DIRECTION
<RIGHT>, <LEFT>
RIGHT
SPEED
<01> ~ <04>
01
RUN AUTO PAN
<ENTER>
EXIT
<YES>
CRUISE LINE
<1>
RECORD START
<ENTER>
RECORD END
<ENTER>
RUN CRUISE
<ENTER>
EXIT
<YES>
HOME FUNCTION
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
SELECT MODE
<PRESET>, <SEQUENCE>, <AUTO
PAN>, <CRUISE>
PRESET
PRESET POINT
<001> ~ <256>
001
SEQUENCE LINE
<1> ~ <8>
1
AUTO PAN LINE
<1> ~ <4>
1
CRUISE LINE
<1>
1
RETURN TIME
<001 MIN.> ~ <128 MIN.>
1
GO
<ENTER>
EXIT
<YES>
<AUTO>, <ON>,
<OFF>
THRESHOLD <LOW>, <MID>, <HI>
1
AUTO
IR COLOUR <B/W>, <COLOUR>
EXIT <YES>
ALARM SETTING
<NONE>
WDR FUNCTION
OFF
*
AUTO
ON
RATIO LEVEL <001> ~ <128>
OFF
SHUTTER SPEED <001> ~ <128>
IRIS OFFSET <001> ~ <128>
EXIT <YES>
PRIVACY MASK
PRIVACY SWITCH <ON>, <OFF>
OFF
MASK SHADE
<GRAY>, <WHITE>, <BLACK>
BLACK
SET MASK
<01> ~ <08>
H CENTER <000>
~ <255>
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Item
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
Default
V CENTER <000>
~ <255>
H SIZE <000> ~
<127>
V SIZE <000> ~
<127>
EXIT+SAVE
<YES>
<01> ~ <08>, <RESET>
MASK DISPLAY
<FIRST>, <LAST>
EXIT
<YES>
ALARM DETECT
<ON>, <OFF>
TIME SETTING
TIME DISPLAY
<ON>, <OFF>
SET YEAR
<00> ~ <99>
SET MONTH
<01> ~ <12>
SET DAY
<01> ~ <31>
SET HOUR
<00> ~ <23>
SET MINUTE
<00> ~ <59>
EXIT+SAVE
<YES>
SWITCH
<ON>, <OFF>
POINT
<01> ~ <32>
01
HOUR
<00> ~ <23>
00
MINUTE
<00> ~ <59>
00
MODE
NONE
NO FUNCTION
PRESET
PRESET POINT
<001> ~ <256>
SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE LINE
<1> ~ <8>
AUTO PAN
AUTO PAN LINE
<1> ~ <4>
CRUISE
CRUISE LINE
<001>
IR FUNC.
IR FUNCTION
<AUTO>, <ON>,
<OFF>
SCHEDULE
EXIT OSD
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CLEAR MASK
SCHEDULE
RESET
<YES>
EXIT
<YES>
<YES>
OFF
*
Camera Configuration via the On-Screen Menu
5.3
Configuration Menu
The detailed functions and parameter setting of your high-speed dome camera can be set by the
OSM (on-screen menu) or by using a control device such as a control keyboard. The items in
each model's OSM are described in the following sections.
For external devices, the camera is configured to the Pelco D protocol.
5.3.1
Main Page 1
MAIN PAGE 1 is the home page of the on-screen menu (OSM).
5.3.1.1
Language
The camera supports multi-language OSM operation; the available languages include English,
Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Polish, Russian, Japanese, and Turkish.
You can directly set the language on the MAIN PAGE 1 menu, as shown below. As you select a
language with the arrow keys, the OSD automatically changes to the language you select. The
default language is ENGLISH.
5.3.1.2
Default camera
The DEFAULT CAMERA option is used to restore some camera settings to factory defaults. The
settings that are affected include backlight compensation, focus, auto exposure (AE), white
balance control (WBC), aperture, zoom speed, and digital zoom. Once any one of the items is
modified, the setting changes to OFF automatically. Select ON for an item to recall the specified
parameters.
5.3.1.3
Backlight compensation
The backlight compensation (BLC) function prevents the center object from being too dark in
surroundings where there is excessive light behind the object.
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
1.
Select ON to activate the function.
2.
The center object will be brightened in contrast to the edges of the picture.
After configuring backlight, go back to Main Page 1 and set the focus-relevant values.
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Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
The backlight compensation level ranges from 00 to 30 are available after BLC is enabled.
Note: If this function is enabled, the WDR function will be disabled automatically. For details,
refer to WDR function (on page 41) .
After configuring backlight, go back to MAIN PAGE 1 and set the focus-relevant values.
5.3.1.4
Focus
The focus of the dome camera can be operated in two modes: Auto Focus mode and
Manual Focus. Various settings for the different models are described below.
AUTO: Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
The optimum focus is achieved by the internal digital circuit. There are three modes for users to
select for different conditions:

Normal AF (Auto Focus) Mode
The dome automatically adjusts the focus of the picture.

Zoom Trigger Mode
When users press the TELE or the WIDE keys on a control device to change the zoom,
the dome automatically adjusts its focus after a specified period of time (the initial
preset value is five seconds) until such commands are terminated.

Interval AF Mode
This mode is used for AF movements carried out at particular intervals. If users pan/tilt
the dome, the dome focuses automatically after a specified period of time. The initial
value is five seconds.
AUTO: Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
The optimum focus is achieved by the internal digital circuit. Users can adjust the minimum auto
focus range for some special conditions; the options include 1.5 m, 1 m, 30 cm, 10 cm, and 1
cm.
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MANUAL: Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
In this focus mode, users can adjust the focus speed, ranging from 01 ~ 08.
MANUAL: Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
In this focus mode, users can adjust the focus speed from 0 ~ 3.
After configuring focus, go back to MAIN PAGE 1 to set the AE mode.
5.3.1.5
Auto exposure
Exposure is the amount of light received by the image sensor and is determined by how wide you
open the lens diaphragm (iris adjustment), by how long you keep the sensor exposed (shutter
speed), and by other exposure parameters. Under this menu, users can define how the auto
exposure (AE) function works.
AE MODE: Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A

AUTO
In this mode, the camera's brightness, shutter speed, IRIS, and auto gain control (AGC)
control circuits work together automatically to achieve a consistent video output level.

BRIGHTNESS
The brightness control function adjusts IRIS and AGC using an internal algorithm.
Brightness is controlled by gain when the light condition is dark and by iris when the
light condition is bright. The bright value ranges from 00 ~ 31.

SHUTTER
With this option, shutter speed controls the exposure, and both IRIS and AGC function
automatically in cooperation with shutter speed to achieve consistent exposure output.
The shutter speed ranges from 1/10000 ~ 1.

IRIS
In this mode, the iris function controls the exposure. Shutter speed and AGC circuit
function automatically in cooperation with the iris function to achieve consistent
exposure output. The opening of a lens controls the amount of light reaching to the
surface of the selected device. Increase the F-stop number (F1.6, F2, F2.4, etc.) to
permit less light to pass. Options range from F1.6 ~ F28.
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
MANUAL
In this mode, users can adjust shutter speed (1/10000 ~ 1), iris value (F1.6 ~ F28) and
gain value (-3dB ~ 28dB).

EXPOSURE COMPENSATION
The exposure value ranges from -10.5dB ~ 10.5dB. Select OFF to disable the function.
AE MODE: Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR

AUTO
In this mode, the camera's shutter, IRIS, and AGC control function work automatically
to compensate the light exposure of the image sensor for consistent video output level.
IRIS OFFSET is used to set the level of IRIS variation (00 ~ 15).

SHUTTER
With this option, the shutter has priority over IRIS and AGC; the IRIS and AGC circuits
function automatically in cooperation with shutter to achieve consistent exposure. The
range of shutter speed is 1/30000 ~ 1/2.

IRIS
With this option, the priority of IRIS is higher than shutter and AGC; shutter and AGC
circuit function automatically in cooperating with IRIS to get consistent exposure. The
range of Iris level is between 00 and 09.

AGC
With this option, the priority of AGC is higher than those of shutter and IRIS; the shutter
and IRIS circuits function automatically in cooperation with AGC to achieve consistent
exposure. The range of AGC level is from 00 ~ 05.
After setting these parameters, exit the AE MODE menu and return to MAIN PAGE 1 to set white
balance control.
5.3.1.6
White balance control (WBC)
A camera needs to measure the quality of a light source and create a reference colour
temperature in order to calculate all the other colours. The unit for measuring this ratio is in
degree Kelvin (K). Users can select one of the white balance control (WBC) modes, according to
the operating environment. The table below provides the colour temperatures of some light
sources as a general reference.
Light source
Colour temperature in K
Cloudy sky
6,000 to 8,000
Noon sun and clear sky
6,500
Household lighting
2,500 to 3,000
75-watt bulb
2,820
Candle flame
1,200 to 1,500
Light source reference
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WBC MODE: Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A

AUTO
In this mode, white balance works within its colour temperature range. This mode
computes the white balance value output using colour information from the entire
screen.

INDOOR
3200 K Base mode.

OUTDOOR
5800 K Base mode.

ATW (Auto Tracing White Balance)
The dome takes out the signals in a screen in the range from 2000 K to 10000 K.

MANUAL
In this mode, users can change the White Balance value manually; R gain and B gain are
adjustable and range from 0 to 127.
WBC MODE: Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR

AUTO
In this mode, white balance works within its colour temperature range and calculates
the best-fit white balance.

MANUAL
In this mode, users can change the White Balance value manually; adjustable R gain
and B gain range from 00 to 99.
After configuring WBC-relevant parameters, exit the WBC MODE menu and return to
MAIN PAGE 1 to continue to set other functions under Setup Menu 1.
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5.3.2
Setup Menu 1
SETUP MENU 1 is accessed from the MAIN PAGE 1 menu.
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
5.3.2.1
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
Zoom Speed
This item is used to set the zoom speed of the dome camera.
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
For these models, the zoom speed value ranges from 1 (slow) to 8 (fast, default).
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
For this model, the options are FAST (default) and SLOW.
5.3.2.2
Digital Zoom
With this item, users can enable or disable the 12× Digital Zoom. When enabled, Digital Zoom is
activated after the full Optical Zoom level is reached.
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
For these models, the maximum 12× Digital Zoom function may be enabled. The default setting
is ON.
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
For this model, the digital zoom ratio is adjustable from 02 to 12. The default setting is OFF.
Note on Digital and Optical zoom: The difference between optical and digital zoom is that optical
zoom uses the lens within the camera to draw the image closer via zoom in or out to achieve the
desired effect. Optical zoom retains the resolution of the zoomed image. On the other hand,
Digital zoom takes a portion of the image and expands that portion to the full size of the image;
image quality is thereby reduced.
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5.3.2.3
Slow Shutter
The shutter speed determines how long the image sensor is exposed to light. To see clear images
in a dark environment, enable this function and select a slower shutter speed.
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
When the digital slow shutter function is enabled, the dome automatically adjusts the shutter
speed based on the light conditions of the installation environment. It enables users to see
objects in a dark environment under 0.2 lux.
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
The shutter speed is adjustable in this model. With the slowest shutter speed, users can see
objects in a dark environment under 0.2 lux or see smooth video images with a higher shutter
speed. The options are from 1/2 to 1/60 for NTSC and 1/1.5 to 1/50 for PAL.
5.3.2.4
Image Inverse
Users can select ON to rotate the displayed image both vertically and horizontally. Application:
Images are reversed when the dome is placed on a desk top in a conference, for instance.
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
When this function is enabled in this model, the privacy mask(s) are disabled automatically; see
Privacy Mask (on page 41). The default setting is OFF.
5.3.2.5
Freeze (HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR)
This feature freezes the image when going to a preset. When the preset positioning is completed,
the image goes live again.
5.3.2.6
Aperture
Under this setup menu, users can enhance the edges of objects in an image.
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
There are 16 levels of adjustment; the options are 01 (no enhancement) to 16 (full
enhancement). When shooting text, this function sharpens it.
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
Users can select either the AUTO mode or MANUAL mode. Under the MANUAL mode, the
parameters of the H and V apertures are adjustable from 00 to 31.
5.3.2.7
Stabiliser (HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR)
With the Image Stabiliser Function enabled, the speed dome camera can capture images that
would otherwise be blurred due to vibration. Built-in electronic compensation filters out the
vibrations of up to 80% movement at 10Hz, as caused by wind and other environmental
conditions. Its various detection modes ensure total detection in all types of environments.
When activated, users can select a frequency range of either 10Hz or 5Hz.
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5.3.2.8
Exit
Exit SETUP MENU 1 and return to MAIN PAGE 1 to set other functions under SETUP MENU 2.
5.3.3
Setup Menu 2
SETUP MENU 2 - for all models in this range - is accessed from the MAIN PAGE 1 menu.
5.3.3.1
Flip
Users can track an object continuously as it passes the dome camera by setting FLIP to the
IMAGE (digital flip) or M.E. mode (mechanical flip).
Mode

IMAGE
IMAGE represents digital IMAGE FLIP, which enables users to track objects seamlessly;
under this mode, almost no delay occurs when compared to the M.E. mode.
Note: The Privacy Mask function is automatically disabled when the image flip function is
enabled. The screen will show "MASK WILL BE SET OFF."

M.E.
M.E. is a standard mechanical operation. As the dome tilts to the maximum angle, it
pans 180°, and then continues tilting to keep track of an object.

OFF
Select this item to disable the flip function.
Note: To make the dome tilt between a specific range, such as -10° to +100° or -10° ~ +190°,
use the ANGLE ADJUSTER (described below) to set the angle range of tilt. The dome's default tilt
setting is 90°.
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5.3.3.2
Angle Adjuster
Use this item is to adjust the camera view angle. The range of the view angle varies in different
FLIP modes. The range of the view angle ranges from -10° ~ +100° in the M.E. FLIP and FLIP
OFF modes, and from -10° ~ +190° in the IMAGE FLIP mode.
5.3.3.3
Speed by Zoom
When enabled, the pan/tilt speed is adjusted by an internal algorithm when zooming
automatically. The larger the zoom ratio, the lower the rotation speed. Speed by Zoom is set to
ON by default.
5.3.3.4
Auto Cali.
There is one horizontal and one vertical infrared ray check point in each dome. When the dome
camera's position is moved during installation or maintenance, the relative distance between the
original set point and the check point may change. When enabled, the Auto Calibration function
automatically detects this change and resets the point back to the original position.
5.3.3.5
OSD Auto Close
The OSD Auto Close setting is a timeout determining how long the OSM remains visible with no
user navigation of the menu options or screens.
5.3.3.6
System Reset
Select this item for remote resetting.
5.3.3.7
Exit
Exit SETUP MENU 2 and go to MAIN PAGE 2 to carry on configuring other functions.
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5.3.4
Main Page 2
MAIN PAGE 2 is accessed by pressing the direction key to switch the MAIN PAGE from 1 to 2.
5.3.4.1
ID Display
Users may choose whether the dome ID will be displayed on screen for identifying the domes.
For more information on the Dome ID setting, please refer to the relevant installation manual.
Mode

ON
Display the ID of the selected dome on the bottom right of the monitor screen. (default)

OFF
Hide the ID of the selected dome.
5.3.4.2
Title Display
Users may name a certain view area and display its title for easy recognition.
Mode

ON
A title set for a certain view is displayed when the dome is focused on that view area.

OFF
When the TITLE DISPLAY is OFF, no title is displayed on the screen, even titles set in
advance.
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5.3.4.3
Title Setting
Up to 16 zone titles can be set with a maximum of 20 characters for each title. Each view area's
title can be named with a privacy mask ID number for future recognition.
Note: For the Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR models, the available area for setting a privacy
mask is restricted within a tilt angle of 45°.

To set a camera title
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Operate the dome to a view area for which you want to set a title.
Turn on the OSD and go to the MAIN PAGE 2 to select TITLE SETTING.
Using the Next Value/Previous Value keys on the OSM control panel, select a number to
represent the view area.
Press ENTER (on the control panel) to view the editing page.
Choose a character with the direction keys and then press ENTER to input.
For example: <A> ENTER, <B> ENTER, <C> ENTER. TITLE: ABC
To delete input characters, move the cursor LEFT or RIGHT and press ENTER to select a
character in the entry field. Then move the cursor to DELETE and press ENTER to delete the
selected character.
To save a complete title, move the cursor to SAVE and press ENTER.
After setting the title, return to MAIN PAGE 2 to set preset points.
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5.3.4.4
Preset
PRESET SET
The Siqura HD1xA series cameras support a total of 256 preset points.

To set a preset point
1.
2.
3.
4.
Go to the Preset Setting menu.
Press the LEFT/RIGHT key to select a number (1 represents preset point 1, 2 represents
preset point 2, etc.).
Press the ENTER key, and then rotate the dome camera to the targeted point.
Press ENTER again to save the defined preset point.
Once you have set a preset point, move the cursor to the next item to run the preset point.
PRESET RUN
Select the preset point that you want to execute. After pressing ENTER, the camera will turn to
the specified point.
To run other defined preset points, simply move the cursor back to the last item, select the
preset point that you want to execute, and move the cursor down to PRESET RUN again.
EXIT
Exit the PRESET menu and return to the MAIN PAGE 2 menu to configure sequences.
Note: Users can set preset points through a keyboard. Refer to the control keyboard's quick
guide for further information.
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5.3.4.5
Sequence
This function executes pre-positioning of the pan, tilt, zoom and focus features in a certain
sequence for a camera. Before setting this function, users must define at least two preset points.
Parameters

SEQUENCE LINE
There are eight sets of sequence lines built in the dome camera. Use the left/right
direction keys to select a line first and then set its sequence points.

SEQUENCE POINT
Up to 32 points can be specified for each sequence line. The sequence points represent
the order of the preset points that the dome will automatically run. The following setup
items, including PRESET POSITION, SPEED, and DWELL TIME, influence how the camera
runs through each sequence point.

PRESET POSITION
Use this item to assign a specific preset position to the selected sequence point.

DWELL TIME
The DWELL TIME is the duration time the dome remains at a sequence point. The range
is from 0 to 127 seconds. The dome will go to the next sequence point when the DWELL
TIME expires. If the setting is 0, the dome will stay at this sequence point until a user
manually moves the camera.

RUN SEQUENCE
Use this item to command the dome camera to run the selected sequence line manually.
On indoor dome cameras, press ENTER to execute a sequence line.

EXIT
Select this item to exit the SEQUENCE menu; go back to MAIN PAGE 2 to configure
auto-pan.
Note: Users may execute the sequence function via keyboard. Refer to the control keyboard's
quick guide for further information.
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5.3.4.6
Auto Pan
Auto pan is the motion of scanning an area horizontally so the dome camera captures a
horizontal view. The parameters are as follows:
AUTO-PAN LINE
There are four sets of auto-pan lines built in to a dome camera. Choose a line to execute by using
the left/right direction keys. To perform endless panning, set the start point and end point to the
same value.
START POINT

To set the start position of the AUTO-PAN path
1.
2.
3.
Move the cursor to START POINT and press ENTER while the item TO FIND, is flashing.
The item changes to TO SAVE automatically.
Focus the dome on the desired position and press ENTER to save the position as the start
point.
The cursor will move to END POINT automatically.
Set the end point as described below to complete the auto-pan setting.
Note: The tilt and zoom values of the start point will be recorded and fixed for the selected
auto-pan line.
END POINT

To set the end point after the start point is defined

Pan the dome to another position and press ENTER to save the position as the end point.
DIRECTION
Use this item to set the auto-pan direction of the dome camera. The dome will start to pan
clockwise from the start point to the end point if your selection is RIGHT, and then return to the
start point. The dome will start to pan counterclockwise from the start point to the end point if
your selection is LEFT, as shown below.
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SPEED
Use this item to define the dome camera rotation speed while running auto-pan. The speed is
adjustable from 1 to 4 (10 ~ 45 degree/sec.).
RUN AUTO PAN
After you configure all auto-pan settings, select this item to execute the auto-pan function. Press
ENTER to run an auto-pan path.
EXIT
Exit the AUTOPAN setup menu. Return to MAIN PAGE 2 to set up Cruise.
Note: Users can execute the auto-pan function via keyboard. Refer to the control keyboard's
quick guide for more information.
5.3.4.7
Cruise
Cruise is a route formed with manual operation (through adjusting the pan and tilt position),
which can be stored and recalled to execute repeatedly. The Cruise menu is shown below.
RECORD START

To record a Cruise path
1.
2.
Rotate the dome camera to a desired view area before entering the OSM.
Press ENTER to build the cruise path using the joystick on the control device.
3.
The percentage of the memory buffer will be displayed on the screen.
Pan, tilt, and zoom the dome camera to describe a path.
Note: Be aware of the memory size when building a cruise path. Once the buffer percentage
reaches 100%, recording of the path will stop.
RECORD END
The cursor is moved to RECORD END when building the cruise line; when the setting is
completed, press ENTER to save the path.
RUN CRUISE
After cruise setting is completed, press ENTER to execute the defined Cruise.
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EXIT
Exit the CRUISE setup menu, and return to MAIN PAGE 2 to configure home settings.
Note: Users can execute the auto-pan function via keyboard. Refer to the control keyboard's
quick guide for more information.
5.3.4.8
Home Setting
Users are able to set an operation mode to ensure constant monitoring; if the dome idles for a
period of time, the preset function is activated automatically. The HOME function allows constant
and accurate monitoring to avoid the dome stopping or missing events.
HOME FUNCTION
Use this menu item to enable or disable the HOME function. Use the left/right direction keys to
change the setting.
SELECT MODE
Select one of the modes that the dome should execute when the HOME function is enabled and
the RETURN TIME has elapsed. The options include AUTO PAN, SEQUENCE, CRUISE, and
PRESET. Use the left/right direction keys to change the setting. The items listed below will
change to reflect your selection.

PRESET POINT
Select a preset point where the dome should go after the return time function described
below is activated.

SEQUENCE LINE
Select a sequence line that the dome camera should implement after the return time
function is activated.

AUTO-PAN LINE
Select an auto-pan line that the dome camera should execute after the Return Time
function is activated.

CRUISE LINE
Select a cruise line that the dome camera should execute after the Return Time function
is activated.
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Camera Configuration via the On-Screen Menu
Note: Set the desired mode through the appropriate menu prior to configuring the home setting.
RETURN TIME
When the dome idles, it starts to count down the time specified in the RETURN TIME setting.
Once the return time has elapsed, the dome will execute the action set for the SELECT MODE
function. The RETURN TIME ranges from 1 ~ 128 minutes.
GO
If HOME function is enabled, users may execute the HOME function manually by selecting this
item.
EXIT
Exit the HOME SETTING menu. Go to the MAIN PAGE 3 menu to configure other setups.
5.3.5
Main Page 3
MAIN PAGE 3 is accessed by pressing the direction key to switch the MAIN PAGE from 2 to 3.
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
5.3.5.1
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
IR function (removable IR cut)
With the IR cut filter, the dome can still catch clear images at night or in low-light conditions. In
daylight, the IR cut filter blocks infrared light for clear images; at night, the IR cut filter is
removed to utilise infrared light and the displayed images will be in black and white.
In the Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR models, users are able to view colour images when the
IR function is activated. Refer to the description below to operate the IR function.
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
AUTO
The internal circuit automatically decides when to remove the IR cut filter according to the value
of light conditions calculated by the internal light algorithm.
MANUAL

ON
Select the item to remove the IR cut filter.

OFF
Select the item to disable the IR function.
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Siqura HD1xA Series
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
AUTO
The Internal circuit will automatically decide the occasion to remove the IR cut filter according to
the image brightness level.
ON
Select this item to remove the IR cut filter.
THRESHOLD
The dome removes the filter immediately when the threshold value is reached. The threshold
options are LOW, MID, and HI. A LOW threshold indicates a higher sensitivity and can improve
lens reliability.
IR COLOUR
When the IR function is enabled, the video output can be programmed as colour or
black and white.
EXIT
Exit the IR FUNCTION menu and return to MAIN PAGE 3 to configure alarm detection.
5.3.5.2
Alarm Detect
When the alarm detect function is activated, the camera detects movement within a monitoring
area and then sends an alarm signal automatically. Alarm connection setups must be completed
in advance of activating this function.
DETECT SWITCH
Use this item to enable or disable the ALARM DETECT function.
DETECT MODE
Four alarm detect modes are provided for different applications.

INT FOCUS (Internal Focus)
The alarm is triggered if the internal focus changes; if the focus returns to the original
position, the alarm stops.

FIX FOCUS
If focus movement is detected, the alarm is triggered. The alarm stops when focus
returns to the original position. If the detected focus movement keeps changing for
more than four seconds, the new focus position is memorised as the reference, and the
alarm stops.
Note: The INT FOCUS and FIX FOCUS detect modes are activated only with Auto Focus
mode.
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Camera Configuration via the On-Screen Menu

INT AE (Internal AE)
When Auto Exposure (AE) movement is detected, the alarm is triggered; if the Exposure
Level returns to the original level, the alarm stops.

FIX AE
The alarm is triggered if the exposure value changes; if the adjusted AE value is retained
for four seconds, the value is saved as the reference, and the alarm stops.
EXIT
Exit the ALARM DETECT menu and return to the MAIN PAGE 3 menu to configure the privacy
mask (on page 41).
5.3.5.3
WDR function
The wide dynamic range (WDR) function is especially effective in solving indoor and outdoor
contrast issues to enhance image quality and video display. It enables the dome to catch detailed
data from the dark part of an image without any saturation from the brighter parts.
Note: The backlight compensation function is turned off automatically when the WDR function is
enabled.
MODES

AUTO
In this mode, the dome camera operates the WDR function automatically.

ON
When enabled, users can define three parameters: RATIO LEVEL (000 ~ 128), SHUTTER
SPEED (000 ~ 128) and IRIS OFFSET (000 ~ 128), as shown below.
5.3.5.4
Privacy Mask
The Privacy Mask function aims to avoid any intrusive monitoring. Users can adjust the camera
view position using the joystick or web interface PTZ controls, and adjust the mask size and area
via the direction keys. The dome camera memorises the center of the selected view as an
original point and locks the lens in place as users enter the SET MASK menu, as described below.
As a starting point, so that you will see a mask, a privacy mask has a default size of 10x10 when
initially turned on.
Note: The Image Flip function (for all models) and the Image Inverse function (for Siqura HD11A
PRH / HD16A WDR) are disabled automatically when the Privacy Mask function is enabled.
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Siqura HD1xA Series
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
PRIVACY SWITCH
Use this item to enable or disable the Privacy Mask function. Set this item to ON before
configuring mask zones.
TRANSPARENCY
The colour of a privacy mask can be set as transparent. Select ON to display transparent masks.
COLOUR
The colour of the privacy mask can be set through this item. The available colours are black,
gray, light gray (LI. GRAY), white, red, green, blue, cyan, yellow, and magenta.
SET MASK
Use the control device to move the dome camera to the area where you want to set a mask.
Press ENTER to enter the SET MASK menu. The dome will memorise the present position as a
privacy mask position. Up to 24 masks can be set in the HD10A and HD12A, and the HD16A WDR
can have up to 8 masks.

H CENTER
The original horizontal center of a mask zone is the center of a screen. To move a mask
zone to another position, adjust the horizontal value with the LEFT/RIGHT keys. The
camera pans right or left according to the user's control.

V CENTER
The original vertical center of a mask zone is the center of a screen. To move a mask
zone to another position, adjust the vertical value with the LEFT/RIGHT keys. The
camera tilts up or down according to the user's control.

H SIZE (00~80)
Use this item to adjust the horizontal size of a privacy mask. Set the H and V size to 0
to delete the selected mask.

V SIZE (00~60)
Use this item to adjust the vertical size of a privacy mask through this item. Set the H
and V size to 0 to delete the selected mask.
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Camera Configuration via the On-Screen Menu
CLEAR MASK

To delete a preset mask zone
1.
2.
Select the mask zone that will be erased (e.g. 01).
Press ENTER to confirm the selection.
3.
The screen will display the instructions to reset after the mask is cleared.
Select RESET under the CLEAR MASK item and press ENTER to proceed with resetting.
EXIT
Exit the PRIVACY MASK menu and return to MAIN PAGE 3 to configure time-related settings.
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
PRIVACY SWITCH
Use this item to enable or disable the masking function. Set this item to ON before configuring
mask zones.
SHADE
The colour of a privacy mask can be selected with this item. Available colours are black, gray,
and white.
SET MASK
After pressing ENTER to open the sub-menu of SET MASK, the dome memorises the present
position as a privacy mask position. Up to eight masks can be set. These models restrict the
mask zones from being set too close to each other.
Note: For the Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR models, the available area for setting a privacy
mask is restricted within a tilt angle of 45°, and two mask zones may be set in a view area.
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
H CENTER (000~255)
The original center of a mask zone is the center of the screen. To move the center of the
mask zone to another position, adjust this value using the LEFT/RIGHT keys.

V CENTER (000~255)
The original center of mask zone is the center of the screen. To move the center of the
mask zone to another position, adjust this value using the LEFT/RIGHT keys.

H SIZE (000~127)
Users can adjust the horizontal size of a privacy mask through this item. Set the H and
V size to 0 to delete the selected mask.

V SIZE (000~127)
Users can adjust the vertical size of a privacy mask through this item. Set the H and V
size to 0 to delete the selected mask.
Note: A mask's size should be limited within the screen, no matter the value to which the optical
zoom is set.
CLEAR MASK

To delete a preset mask zone
1.
2.
Select the mask zone that will be erased (e.g., 01).
Press ENTER to confirm the selection.
3.
The screen will display the instructions to reset after the mask is cleared.
Select RESET under the CLEAR MASK item and press ENTER to proceed.
MASK DISPLAY
This item is used to set the time to display a privacy mask.

FIRST
When selected, the camera detects the mask zone at the next preset position and
displays the mask in advance, and then pans the dome to the preset point.

LAST
When selected, the camera moves to the preset point first and then displays the mask
zone.
EXIT
Exit the PRIVACY MASK menu and go back to MAIN PAGE 3 to configure time-related settings.
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Camera Configuration via the On-Screen Menu
5.3.5.5
Time Setting
The Time Setting menu is used to set the time related parameters of the high-speed dome. The
menu items are as follows.
TIME DISPLAY
Select ON to display time information on the screen or OFF to conceal it.
YEAR / MONTH / DAY
These items are for configuring the system date.
HOUR / MINUTE
These items are for configuring the system time.
EXIT+SAVE
Exit the TIME SETTING menu and return to MAIN PAGE 3 to configure the schedule.
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
5.3.5.6
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
Schedule
The schedule function enables users to program a preset point or function
(Sequence/Auto-Pan/Cruise) to perform automatically at a specified period.
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Siqura HD1xA Series
SWITCH
Select ON to enable, or OFF to disable the schedule function.
POINT
Users can arrange 32 sets of schedule points, i.e., each set of schedule points can be assigned
one kind of schedule mode.
HOUR / MINUTE
The items are for setting up the time to execute each schedule point.
MODE
Use this item to set the schedule function of the selected schedule point. The options are:

NONE
No action will be executed for the schedule if selected.

PRESET
If selected, set the preset point, using the Next Value/Previous Value keys in the OSM
control panel.

SEQUENCE
If selected, set the sequence line, using the Next Value/Previous Value keys in the OSM
control panel.

AUTO PAN
If selected, set the auto pan line, using the Next Value/Previous Value keys in the OSM
control panel.

CRUISE
If selected, set the cruise line, using the Next Value/Previous Value keys in the OSM
control panel.

IR FUNCTION
Selecting ON removes the IR cut filter.
SCHEDULE RESET
Use this item to return the schedule to its default settings.
EXIT
Exit the SCHEDULE menu and return to MAIN PAGE 3.
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
5.3.5.7
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
Exit OSD
To exit the OSM, users can either select this item at the bottom of MAIN PAGE 3 or press the ESC
key on a control keyboard.
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Appendix: OSD Menu Notes
The OSD menu tables in this appendix enable you keep your dome settings on record.
In This Chapter
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A ................................... 47
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR ........................................ 52
6.1
Siqura HD10A / HD10A PRH / HD12A
Item
Layer 1
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH, GERMAN, FRENCH, ITALIAN, SPANISH,
PORTUGUESE, RUSSIAN, POLISH, SIMPLIFIED CHINESE,
TRADITIONAL CHINESE, JAPANESE, TURKISH
Layer 2
Layer 3
DEFAULT
CAMERA
<ON>, <OFF>
BACKLIGHT
<ON>, <OFF>
FOCUS
AUTO
Notes
AF MODE <NORMAL>, <PT TRIG>,
<ZOOM TRIG>
EXIT + SAVE: YES
MANUAL
AE MODE
EXPOSURE
COMP.
<OFF>, EXPOSURE VALUE: <-10.5dB> ~
<10.5dB>
AE MODE
AUTO
BRIGHT VALUE;
SHUTTER SPEED;
IRIS VALUE; GAIN
VALUE: AUTO
EXIT + SAVE: YES
SHUTTER
BRIGHT VALUE:
AUTO
SHUTTER SPEED
<1/50> ~ <1/10000>
SEC.
-orSHUTTER SPEED
<1/60> ~ 1/10000
SEC.
IRIS VALUE: AUTO
GAIN VALUE: AUTO
EXIT + SAVE: YES
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Siqura HD1xA Series
Item
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
IRIS
BRIGHT VALUE:
AUTO
SHUTTER SPEED:
AUTO
IRIS VALUE: <F1.6>
GAIN VALUE: AUTO
EXIT + SAVE: YES
MANUAL
BRIGHT VALUE:
AUTO
SHUTTER SPEED:
<1/50> ~ <1/10000>
SEC.
IRIS VALUE:
<F1.6>
GAIN VALUE
<-3>dB ~ <28>dB
EXIT + SAVE: YES
EXIT
WBC MODE
YES
AUTO (Auto White Balance)
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
ATW (Auto-tracing WBC)
MANUAL
R GAIN <000> ~ <127>
B GAIN <000> ~ <127>
EXIT + SAVE: YES
SETUP MENU 1
ENTER
ZOOM SPEED
<1> ~ <8>
DIGITAL ZOOM
<ON>, <OFF>
SLOW SHUTTER
<ON>, <OFF>
D.N.R.
2 D.N.R.: <ON>,
<OFF>
3 D.N.R.: <ON>,
<OFF>
EXIT + SAVE: YES
SETUP MENU 2
ENTER
IMAGE INVERSE
<ON>, <OFF>
FREEZE
<ON>, <OFF>
APERTURE
<01> ~ <16>
EXIT
<YES>
FLIP
<OFF>, <M.E.>,
<IMAGE>
EXIT + SAVE: YES
ANGLE ADJUSTER MIN ANGLE <0 ~
+10 DEG>
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Notes
Appendix: OSD Menu Notes
Item
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
Notes
MAX ANGLE <080 ~
100 DEG>
EXIT + SET
SPEED BY ZOOM
<ON>, <OFF>
AUTO CALI.
<ON>, <OFF>
PASSWORD
<ON>, <OFF>
OSD AUTO CLOSE <OFF>, <10> ~
<30> SEC.
SYSTEM RESET
SYSTEM RESET
<YES>
DEFAULT SYSTEM
<YES>
EXIT
ID DISPLAY
<ON>, <OFF>
TITLE DISPLAY
<ON>, <OFF>
TITLE SETTING
<01> ~ <16>
PRESET
PRESET SET
<001> ~ <256>
PRESET RUN
<001> ~ <256>
EXIT
YES
ENTER
SEQUENCE LINE
SEQUENCE
<YES>
<1> ~ <8>
SEQUENCE POINT <01> ~ <64>
PRESET POSITION <001 ~ <255>,
<END>
AUTOPAN
ENTER
SPEED
<01> ~ <15>
DWELL TIME
<000> ~ <127> SEC
RUN SEQUENCE
ENTER
EXIT
<YES>
AUTOPAN LINE
<1> ~ <4>
START POINT
<TO FIND>, <TO
SAVE>
END POINT
<TO FIND>, <TO
SAVE>
DIRECTION
<RIGHT>, <LEFT>
SPEED
<01> ~ <04>
RUN AUTOPAN
CRUISE
HOME SETTING
ENTER
ENTER
EXIT
YES
CRUISE LINE
<1> ~ <8>
RECORD START
ENTER
RECORD END
ENTER
RUN CRUISE
ENTER
EXIT
YES
HOME FUNCTION
<ON> ~ <OFF>
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Siqura HD1xA Series
Item
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
SELECT MODE
PRESET
SEQUENCE
AUTOPAN
CRUISE
IR FUNCTION
(Optional)
AUTO
PRESET POINT
<001> ~ <256>
SEQUENCE LINE
<001> ~ <008>
AUTOPAN LINE
<001> ~ <004>
CRUISE LINE
<001> ~ <008>
RETURN TIME
<001> ~ <128> MIN.
GO
ENTER
EXIT
YES
THRESHOLD <MID>, <HI>, <LOW>
EXIT + SAVE: YES
MANUAL
IR MANUAL: <ON>, <OFF>
EXIT + SAVE: YES
ALARM SETTING
ENTER
ALARM PIN
<1> ~ <8>
ALARM SWITCH
<ON>, <OFF>
ALARM TYPE
<NO>, <NC>
(Normally Open,
Normally Closed)
ALARM ACTION
PRESET
SEQUENCE
AUTOPAN
CRUISE
PRESET POINT
<001> ~ <256>
SEQUENCE LINE
<001> ~ <008>
AUTOPAN LINE
<001> ~ <004>
CRUISE LINE
<001> ~ <008>
DWELL TIME
<001> ~ <127>
SEC., <ALWAYS>
EXIT
YES
ALARM DETECT
<NONE>
WDR FUNCTION
<ON>, <OFF>
PRIVACY MASK
PRIVACY SWITCH <ON>, <OFF>
TRANSPARENCY
<ON>, <OFF>
COLOUR
<BLACK>, <WHITE>, <RED>, <GREEN>,
<BLUE>, <CYAN>, <YELLOW>,
<MAGENTA>
SET MASK
<01> ~ <16>
H CENTER: L/R
V CENTER: D/U
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Notes
Appendix: OSD Menu Notes
Item
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
Notes
H SIZE <000> ~
<080>
V SIZE <000> ~
<060>
EXIT + SAVE
TIME SETTING
SCHEDULE
CLEAR MASK
<01> ~ <16>
EXIT
YES
ENTER
TIME DISPLAY
<ON>, <OFF>
SET YEAR
<00> ~ <99>
SET MONTH
<01> ~ <12>
SET DAY
<01> ~ <31>
SET HOUR
<00> ~ <23>
SET MINUTE
<00> ~ <59>
EXIT + SAVE
YES
SCHEDULE
SWITCH
<ON>, <OFF>
OFF
POINT
<01> ~ <32>
01
HOUR
<00> ~ <23>
00
MINUTE
<00> ~ <59>
00
MODE
NONE
NO FUNCTION
PRESET
PRESET POINT
<001> ~ <256>
SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE LINE
<001> ~ <008>
AUTOPAN
AUTOPAN LINE
<001> ~ <004>
CRUISE
CRUISE LINE
<001> ~ <008>
IR FUNCTION
IR FUNCTION
<AUTO>, <ON>,
<OFF>
SCHEDULE
RESET
EXIT OSD
YES
YES
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Siqura HD1xA Series
6.2
Siqura HD11A PRH / HD16A WDR
Item
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, ITALIAN, JAPANESE,
POLISH, PORTUGUESE, RUSSIAN, SPANISH, SIMPLIFIED
CHINESE, TRADITIONAL CHINESE, JAPANESE, TURKISH
BACKLIGHT
<ON>
BLC LEVEL <00> ~ <30>
<OFF>
FOCUS
AE MODE
WBC MODE
AUTO
TUNING VALUE <1.5M>,<1M>,
<30CM>, <10CM>, <1CM>
MANUAL
FOCUS SPEED <01>~<03>
AUTO
IRIS OFFSET <00> ~ <15>
SHUTTER
SHUTTER SPEED <1/30000> ~ <1/2>
IRIS
<00> ~ <09>
AGC
<00> ~ <05>
AUTO
MANUAL
R GAIN <00> ~ <99>
B GAIN <00> ~ <99>
SETUP MENU 1
ZOOM SPEED
<FAST>, <SLOW>
DIGITAL ZOOM
<OFF>, <02> ~ <12>
SLOW SHUTTER
<1/2> ~ <1/60> (NTSC)
<1/1.5> ~ <1/50> (PAL)
IMAGE INVERSE
<ON>, <OFF>
FREEZE
<ON>, <OFF>
APERTURE
AUTO
MANUAL
H APERTURE
<00> ~ <31>
V APERTURE
<00> ~ <31>
SETUP MENU 2
STABILISER
<OFF>, 5Hz, 10Hz
EXIT
<YES>
FLIP
FLIP SETTING <OFF>, <M.E.>,
<IMAGE>
EXIT+SET <YES>
ANGLE
ADJUSTER
MIN ANGLE <-10 ~ +10 DEG>
MAX ANGLE <080 ~ 100 DEG>
EXIT+SET <YES>
SPEED BY ZOOM
<ON>, <OFF>
AUTO CALI.
<ON>, <OFF>
OSD AUTO CLOSE <OFF>, <10 SEC> ~ <30 SEC>
SYSTEM RESET
SYSTEM RESET <YES>
DEFAULT SYSTEM <YES>
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Notes
Appendix: OSD Menu Notes
Item
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
Notes
EXIT <YES>
EXIT
<YES>
ID DISPLAY
<ON>, <OFF>
TITLE DISPLAY
<ON>, <OFF>
TITLE SETTING
<01> ~ <16>
PRESET
PRESET SET
<001> ~ <256>
PRESET RUN
<001> ~ <256>
EXIT
<YES>
SEQUENCE LINE
<1> ~ <8>
SEQUENCE
POINT
<01> ~ <32>
PRESET POS.
<END>, <001> ~ <255>
SPEED
<01> ~ <15>
DWELL TIME
<000 SEC> ~ <127 SEC>
RUN SEQUENCE
<ENTER>
EXIT
<YES>
AUTO PAN LINE
<1> ~ <4>
START POINT
<TO FIND>, <TO SAVE>
END POINT
<TO FIND>, <TO SAVE>
DIRECTION
<RIGHT>, <LEFT>
SPEED
<01> ~ <04>
RUN AUTO PAN
<ENTER>
EXIT
<YES>
CRUISE LINE
<1>
RECORD START
<ENTER>
RECORD END
<ENTER>
RUN CRUISE
<ENTER>
EXIT
<YES>
HOME FUNCTION
<ON>, <OFF>
SELECT MODE
<PRESET>, <SEQUENCE>, <AUTO
PAN>, <CRUISE>
PRESET POINT
<001> ~ <256>
SEQUENCE LINE
<1> ~ <8>
AUTO PAN LINE
<1> ~ <4>
CRUISE LINE
<1>
RETURN TIME
<001 MIN.> ~ <128 MIN.>
GO
<ENTER>
EXIT
<YES>
<AUTO>, <ON>,
<OFF>
THRESHOLD <LOW>, <MID>, <HI>
SEQUENCE
AUTO PAN
CRUISE
HOME SETTING
IR FUNCTION
IR COLOUR <B/W>, <COLOUR>
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Siqura HD1xA Series
Item
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
EXIT <YES>
ALARM SETTING
<NONE>
WDR FUNCTION
OFF
AUTO
ON
RATIO LEVEL <001> ~ <128>
SHUTTER SPEED <001> ~ <128>
IRIS OFFSET <001> ~ <128>
EXIT <YES>
PRIVACY MASK
PRIVACY SWITCH <ON>, <OFF>
MASK SHADE
<GRAY>, <WHITE>, <BLACK>
SET MASK
<01> ~ <08>
H CENTER <000>
~ <255>
V CENTER <000>
~ <255>
H SIZE <000> ~
<127>
V SIZE <000> ~
<127>
EXIT+SAVE
<YES>
<01> ~ <08>, <RESET>
MASK DISPLAY
<FIRST>, <LAST>
EXIT
<YES>
ALARM DETECT
<ON>, <OFF>
TIME SETTING
TIME DISPLAY
<ON>, <OFF>
SET YEAR
<00> ~ <99>
SET MONTH
<01> ~ <12>
SET DAY
<01> ~ <31>
SET HOUR
<00> ~ <23>
SET MINUTE
<00> ~ <59>
EXIT+SAVE
<YES>
SWITCH
<ON>, <OFF>
POINT
<01> ~ <32>
HOUR
<00> ~ <23>
MINUTE
<00> ~ <59>
MODE
NONE
NO FUNCTION
PRESET
PRESET POINT
<001> ~ <256>
SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE LINE
<1> ~ <8>
AUTO PAN
AUTO PAN LINE
<1> ~ <4>
SCHEDULE
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CLEAR MASK
Notes
Appendix: OSD Menu Notes
Item
EXIT OSD
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
CRUISE
CRUISE LINE
<001>
IR FUNC.
IR FUNCTION
<AUTO>, <ON>,
<OFF>
SCHEDULE
RESET
<YES>
EXIT
<YES>
Notes
<YES>
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