Onc Halocam-R 3MP 360º Analogue Camera QUICK START GUIDE

Onc Halocam-R 3MP 360º Analogue Camera QUICK START GUIDE
Onc
Halocam-R 3MP 360º Analogue Camera (Pelco keyboard)
QUICK START GUIDE
Installing and wiring the camera in a ceiling
NOTE: For surface/wall-mounting,
please refer to the user manual.
CAUTION: You must finish wiring the
camera (see below) before supplying
power to the unit.
1)
Unscrew the three screws mounted
around the lens.
12) If you wish to attach the recorder it needs to be connected to
the Hi-res video connector at bottom right using only the cable
supplied with the recorder: please refer to the manual supplied
with the recorder.
Note: Some lens types must be
removed so you can fit the camera
bracket. The lens focusing process is
described overleaf. Some lenses are
fixed in place using grub screws – use
the supplied Allen key to loosen the
grub screws.
2)
Use these three screws to attach the metal camera bracket to
the camera unit. Use only the screws supplied, and be sure
to fit all three screws.
3)
Fit supplied M3 pillars as indicated. Prepare a ceiling tile by
cutting a 100mm / 3.94” hole exactly in the center, using the
template supplied on the back inside cover of the user manual.
4)
Attach the two
ceiling mounts to
the sides of the
camera unit
using the two
10mm / 0.39” M5
button head
screws and
shakeproof
washers
supplied. Do not
fully tighten the
screws.
Fit safety lanyard
through holes provided
5)
Position the camera with its lens centred in the hole in the
ceiling tile. Invert the ceiling tile, taking care to support the
camera. Position the trim plate and fasten it in place with the
two 6mm / 0.24” M3 countersunk screws supplied.
6)
Raise the camera unit so that the trim
plate is flush with the ceiling tile, and
then tighten the securing screws.
7)
We strongly recommend that you fit a
safety wire or cable tie (not supplied).
You can do this by looping it through
an attachment point in the ceiling and
the two holes on the ceiling mounts.
8)
11) Connect any external devices you wish to link to the camera to
the correct terminals on top of the camera. For external alarms
connecting into the camera (Alarm in), make sure the input
leads are connected with the correct polarity (+ and –). If
connecting an external device controlled by the camera (Alarm
out), connect the incoming wires to C and NC if the circuit is
normally closed, and to C and NO if the circuit is normally
open.
Strip and tin any new wires that you wish to connect to the
camera. Fit BNC connectors to video output wires if required.
13) Set the dip switches on the top of the camera unit,
using a small screwdriver. Switches 1 and 2
should be ON to enable RS485 biasing, or OFF to
disable RS485 biasing. Switch 3 is used to enable
the terminator. It should be ON if this camera is
the last camera in the RS485 chain or OFF if it is
not. Switch 4 should be in the OFF position.
14) Fit the plastic connector cover using
the two 6mm / 0.24” M3 Pozidriv
screws supplied.
15) Strain relief is provided by securing
cables to the connector cover using
the supplied cable ties threaded
through holes in the cover.
16) Turn on the power supply to the
camera, and complete the basic
configuration of the camera as
described below.
17) Turn off power to the camera.
18) Replace the ceiling tile with the camera attached,
and turn on the power supply to complete the installation.
Configuring the camera
To configure the camera you need to use the camera’s menu
system. Keys are shown like this: ENTER and menu titles are
shown like this: Menu title. The default password is 1234.
Use the keyboard map overleaf to see where the keys
described in this guide are found on your own keyboard.
Setting the camera ID
Unlike conventional cameras, this camera can be controlled by two
users at the same time, each with their own individual monitor
output. You need to set both the camera IDs immediately.
CAUTION: When you change the camera ID, be sure to switch the
keyboard over to the new ID after leaving the menu system by
keying in the new value for the ID followed by CAMERA.
1)
9)
Connect the RS485 wiring to the RS485 terminals on top of the
camera (top left on this diagram). Ensure they are connected
with the correct polarity (+ and –).
10) Attach the two BNC elbow adapters supplied, and use them to
connect the two video outputs from the camera (A and B,
bottom left on the diagram). WITH POWER OFF remove the
camera’s power connector (next to the Power 12V DC
marking), attach the wires from the 12V DC power supply
unit, and replace the power connector in the camera unit.
Do not power up the camera at this point.
Thread cable ties through
holes as indicated
Press MENU to enter the menu system.
2)
Use  and  to highlight Configuration and then use .
3)
In the Configuration menu, use  and  to highlight Camera
ID and then use .
4)
Use  to highlight the Video you want, then  to select it.
5)
Now use  to change the Camera ID to a new value. This
value must be the same as the number you normally key in to
control this camera output.
6)
To accept the new ID, use . To cancel, use .
7)
If you need to, repeat steps 4 to 6 for the other Video output.
8)
Press MENU to exit the menu system.
9)
The camera ID will change as soon as you exit the menu
and is effective immediately. Remember to key in the new
camera ID on your keyboard.
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include, for instance, bookshelves, a row of monitors, or a set
of in-trays).
Keyboard map
Keyboard control
Assigned key
MENU
95 + PRESET (hold for 3 seconds)
FAR
FAR
NEAR
NEAR

Joystick clockwise

Joystick anticlockwise
ENTER and OPEN
OPEN
ESC and CLOSE
CLOSE
RESTORE
99 + PRESET (hold for 3 seconds)

4)
Twist the camera lens gently – do not force it. As you turn it,
and focus improves, the number at top right will increase. If the
focus is getting worse, the number will decrease. Adjust the
lens until the number is as high as possible. If applicable,
tighten the grub screws to secure the lens in place.
5)
Return to the menu system and turn off Focus Aid.
6)
Now save your settings. In the main menu, use  and  to
highlight Save & Reset, press , then use  and  to highlight
Save Settings Now. Press ENTER to confirm.
Joystick right

Joystick left

Joystick up

Joystick down
CAMERA
CAM
NUMBER KEY + PRESET
FN + NUMBER KEY +
PRESET
NUMBER KEY + TOUR
Using the camera – keyboard controls

Tilt up, down,
left or right
PLAYBACK /
LIVE

Zoom in or
out
UNATTENDED
MODE
OPEN
Brightens
picture
Darkens
picture
Restores
default
brightness
Move control
to monitor 1
1 PRESET
Change
active VCam
Change
screen
format.
Rotate
camera 180º
FN 6 PRESET
N + PRESET
N + ON
N + PATTERN
NUMBER KEY + LEARN
N + PATTERN (hold for 3 seconds)
STILL
96 + PRESET (hold for 3 seconds)
FLIP
97 + PRESET (hold for 3 seconds)
UNATTENDED MODE
98 + PRESET (hold for 3 seconds)
PLAYBACK / LIVE
94 + PRESET (hold for 3 seconds)
PTZ MODE
93 + PRESET (hold for 3 seconds)
Configuring the picture
1)
Press MENU to enter the menu system.
2)
Use  and  to highlight Configuration, and then use .
3)
In the Picture Control menu, check that AWB (Automatic
White Balance), Auto Gain and Exposure are all set to On. If
they are not, use  and  to highlight the setting you wish to
change,  to move to the option menu, and  and  to
choose On. Press  to confirm.
4)
Note: Some lenses are fixed in place using grub screws. Loosen the
grub screws first, if required, using the supplied Allen key. If the
camera is fitted with a tension spring at the base of the lens, you do
not need to loosen nor later tighten the grub screws.
Use  and  to highlight Target Gain, use  to move to the
slider, and then use  and  to adjust the setting up or down
until the picture on your monitor is optimal for your
environment. Press  to confirm.
5)
Use  and  to highlight Night Mode,  to move to the option
menu,  and  to choose Auto and  to confirm.
6)
Now use  and  to highlight Advanced, and  to move to the
next menu page.
Configuring the camera
If you wish to switch the camera between PAL and NTSC refer to
“TV Output” in section “4.1.2 Picture Control” of the user manual.
CLOSE
RESTORE
1 CAMERA
NEAR
FAR
FLIP
1 TOUR
1 LEARN
MENU
STILL
Toggle view
between.
recorded and
live data
Perform preprogrammed
default actions
Move current
VCam to
Preset 1
Start Preset
Tour 1 in
current VCam
Start Learn
Tour 1 in
current VCam
Create a new
Preset (6)
Enter/leave
menu system
Freeze/unfreeze image
Note: Enter the menu system to gain access to further functions –
including Preset and Learn Tours, Privacy Zones, Motion Tracking
and further camera configuration options.
Checking the recorder
If you have attached a recorder, to check that the recorder is
connected and functioning properly:
1)
Press PLAYBACK
2)
If the recorder is correctly connected, the playback menu will
appear at the foot of the screen, and the screen will change to
show output from the recorder.
3)
If you see an error message (e.g. Recorder not connected)
then check the recorder is switched on and properly connected
to the camera with the connection lead supplied.
Focusing the camera
1)
Use  and  to highlight Focus Aid, then use . Use  and
 to highlight On, then press .
2)
With Focus Aid switched on, move out of the menu system (by
pressing the MENU key). Select a full-screen virtual camera by
using the FAR key.
3)
Use   and  to PTZ the camera to an area where
there are plenty of straight-edged objects. (These might
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