GV-SCS530 Users Manual
GV-SCS530 Users Manual
INTEGRATED PTZ POSITIONING
SYSTEM, 36X OPTICAL ZOOM, WDR,
D/N, INDOOR OUTDOOR CAMERA
before installing and using the camera, please read these instructions
thoroughly and retain them for later reference.
GVI Security
2801 Trade Center Dr., Suite 120 • Carrollton, TX 75007 • Toll Free: 888-595-2288 • www.gviss.com
v.11.06.08
GVI Security
2801 Trade Center Dr., Suite 120 • Carrollton, TX 75007 • Toll Free: 888-595-2288 • www.gviss.com
SUMMARY
The “Smart Camera System” GV-SCS530 is a high-performance, integrated positioning system featuring a 530TV Lines resolution, 36x optical zoom camera, lens and complete PTZ unit.
Made from die-cast aluminum construction, with an IP66 rated weather-resistant design. The
GV-SCS530 has a built-in heater, wiper, window defroster, sun-shield, anti-fogging, dust-proof
and frost protection function. It can withstand high winds, offers complete 360-degree panning
with tilt ranges of +33 degrees and -83 degrees from the horizontal. What’s more, the camera is
equipped with a number of convenient functions such as Spherical Privacy Zone Masking with
Mosaic Effect, Video Motion Detection, Multi-Line On-Screen Display, E-flip, and Picture Freeze.
The GV-SCS530 is also compatible with many popular control protocols.
FEATURES
• 1/4 Inch type ExView HAD CCD
• 530TV Lines Resolution
• Minimum Scene Illumination: 1.4 lux @ 1/60s shutter speed, 0.1 lux @ 1/4s shutter speed
• 36x Optical Zoom (12x Digital zoom, 432x total)
• True Day/Night with IR Filter Removal
• Wide Dynamic Range
• E-flip
• Picture Freeze
• Advanced Spherical Privacy Zone Masking Function with Mosaic Effect
• Video Motion Detection
• Multi Line On-Screen Display
• Electronic shutter / slow shutter
• Internal / External synch (V-lock)
• Die-cast Aluminum construction, high temperature resistant
• Weather resistant, dust proof design, protection grade IP66
• 360° continuous panning
• Tilt range +33°~-80°
• Auto pan function between 2 presets
• 128 presets 6 tracks
• Anti fogging and frost protection function
• Wiper
• Factory presets
• Register set command
• RoHS-compliant
• Multi Protocol Control
• Included Wall Mount
NoTES
Specifications
Model
GV-SCS530
Image sensor
1/4” EX view HAD CCD
Number of total pixels
Approx. 380,000 pixels
Lens
36x optical zoom,f=3.4 mm(wide)to 122.4 mm (tele), F1.6 to F4.5
Digital zoom
12x (432x with optical zoom)
Angle of view
(H) 57.8° (wide end) to 1.7° (tele end)
Minimum object distance
320 mm (wide end) to 1,500 mm (tele end)
Sync system
Internal / External (V-lock)
Minimum illumination
1/60s mode: 1.4 lux (typical)(F1.6, 50 IRE): 1/4s mode: 0.1 lux (typical)(F1.6, 50 IRE)
Horizontal Resolution
530TV Lines
Day & Night
Yes, True D/N, IR Cut Filter Removal
S/N ratio
More than 50dB
Electronic shutter
1/1 to 1/10,000s, 22 steps
White balance
Auto, ATW, Indoor, Outdoor, One-push, Manual
Gain
Auto / Manual (-3 to 28 dB, 2 dB steps)
AE control
Auto, Manual, Priority mode (shutter priority & iris priority), Bright, EV compensation, Backlight
compensation, Slow AE
Wide Dynamic Range
On / Off: Wide-D, 128x
Backlight compensation
On / Off
Privacy zone masking
On / Off (8 masks per view/24 masks presets in the entire viewing range when integrated into a PTZ
camera - 14 colors, mosaic)
Character generator
Mode display/Multi-line OSD (OSD has priority over Mode display)
Flicker cancel
Auto
Focusing system
Auto (Sensitivity: normal, low), One-push AF, Manual, Infinity, Interval AF, Zoom Trigger AF
Picture effects
E-Flip, Black & White, Mirror Image, Picture Freeze, Mirror
Image
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Camera operation switch
Zoom tele, Zoom wide
Video output
VBS: 1.0 Vp-p (sync negative), Y/C
Dimensions (WxHxD)
16.14 x 13.38 x 6 in / 410 x 340 x 152 mm
Pan Preset speed
100°/s (wind speed low 50 mile/hour)
Tilt preset speed
30°/s (wind speed low 50 mile/hour)
Pan speed
0°~40°/ S
Tilt speed
0°~20°/ S
Pan range
360° continuously
Tilt range
+33° ~-80°
Preset, track
128 presets, 6 tracks
Control way
Multi-protocol, Baud rate from 2400Bps to 19200Bps, RS485 Control
Operating Temperature
-35° ~ 55°C / -31° ~ 131° F
Relative humidity
90% Non Condensing
IP grade
IP66
Power supply
24VAC
Power consumption
70VA
Weight
23.1 lb / 10.5 Kg
Protocols
Pelco P, D, SAMSUNG
I. Notes for Attention
1. Read the manual carefully before installing the product.
2. Power Supply: 220V/110V/24V, refer to the sticker on the product.
3. Avoid incorrect shipping methods such as overstacking or strong vibration during the course
of transportation, storage and installation, as the product could be damaged.
4. Do not dismount components inside the product to avoid occurrence of trouble. There are no
user serviceable parts inside the camera.
5. Observe all electric safety standard in use and installation and use power supply attached
to the product. RS-485 and video signal should keep enough distance with the high voltage
devices and cable during the course of transmission, and take protection measures such as
anti-lightning and surging if necessary.
6. Do not use the product under conditions which exceeds the temperature, humidity or specifications of power supply.
7. Do not aim the camera at the sun or very bright object or to monitor bright and still object,
whether the power supply is switched on or off.
8. Do not clean the product with strong or abrasive detergent. Clean out dirt with dry cloth or mild
detergent if dirt is not easily removed.
9. Take care to set up the product to avoid collision or vibration. Improper application can cause
damage.
10.Install the product in a location that is capable of supporting the Camera PTZ system weight.
11.Wipe dust on the lens with special lens paper.
WARNING:
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 product.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER OR BACK. NO
USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL
CAUTION:
To prevent electric shocks and
risk of fire hazards do NOT use
other than specified power
source.
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II. Introduction of Functions
1. Unlimited rotation 360° horizontally and from +33° to -80° vertically.
2. The horizontal speed is 0 - 40°/sec while the vertical speed is 0 - 20°/sec (wind speed less
than 50 miles/hour).
3. At the preset position, the horizontal speed is 0 - 100°/sec while the vertical speed is 0 - 40°/
sec (wind speed less than 50 miles/hour).
4. Automatic control of constant temperature, manual rain wiper/defroster control.
5. IP grade IP66.
6. The bearable maximum wind speed is 130 miles/hour.
7. 128 preset positions in memory and 6 groups of programmable patrol loci, as well as linear
scan between two points with adjustable speed and variable direction,
8. 16 common protocols integrated, four kinds of baud rate 2400/4800/9600/19200 bps available
and 1024 addresses are supported (0 - 1023).
III. Quick Guide of Installation
1. Modify the Protocol and the Address (jump over this section if no modification)
Remove the small metal cover on the bottom shown as dotted-lined part on Figure 3.1.1 to
expose DIP switch of the address and the protocol shown as Figure 3.1.2. The detailed drawing is shown as in Figure 3.1.1.
Shown as Figure 3.1.3, the 10-bit DIP stands for the addresses which can be from 0 to 1023.
The 6-bit DIP stands for the protocols in which bits 1-4 mean the protocol while bits 5-6 means
the baud rate. Push the DIP downward means ON otherwise it means OFF. For example
the address in the figure means 1 while the protocol means PELCO-D with the baud rate of
2400bps which can be found from the table.
1 2 3 4 5 6
DIP
ON
Figure 3.1.1
2
Figure 3.1.1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
3 64 5ON61 2 31 42 53 64 75 86 97 10
1DIP2 1
3 2
4 5
8 9 10
DIP DIP
ON ON
DIP DIP ON ON
Figure 3.1.3
Shown as Figure 3.1.3, the 10-bit DIP stands for the addresses which can be from 0 to 1023.
The 6-bit DIP stands for the protocols in which bits 1-4 mean the protocol while bits 5-6 means
the baud rate. Push the DIP downward means ON otherwise it means OFF. For example
the address in the figure means 1 while the protocol means PELCO-D with the baud rate of
2400bps which can be found from the table.
The top line and the bottom line display prompt message, and the middle area displays information of each locus, one line shows data of two points. Move the cursor by PAN LEFT/RIGHT
and modify data by TILT UP/DOWN. Press the button down for 1 second to accelerate. Press
CLOSE button to exit the edit state and store modification. In above figure, the program stores
four patrol points. The settable range of POS is from 1 to 63 or 65 to 128. In case POS is “---“,
it means the skip this point. The settable range of SP is from 0 to 8 (0 and 1 are same at the
highest speed while grade 8 has the lowest speed). The settable rage of TM is from 0 to 99
seconds.
Operation of the Title of Preset under Edit State
After entering into the edit state, the screen show as
the drawing. You can find current setup is the preset 1
with the title “NO TITLE”. Move the cursor by PAN LEFT/
RIGHT and modify data by TILT UP/DOWN. Press the
button down for 1 second to accelerate. Press CLOSE
button to exit the edit state and save modification. The
title of preset can contain 8 characters such as 0~9, A~Z,
+, - and blank. Note: the first letter should be 0~9 or A~Z
otherwise it means to delete the title of the presets and it
shall only show “NO.XXX” without the title when preset
points.
V. Special Operation
The preset 51 to 60 are used for special functions. It has special meanings to set or call these
points. Therefore these points should not be used in functions of automatic operation of the
pan/tilt such as multiple points patrol, external alarm linkage etc. so as to avoid error actions.
Preset
Set Preset
Call Preset
51
Wiper ON
Wiper OFF
52
Defroster ON
Defroster OFF
53
Auxiliary Output AC24V ON
Auxiliary Output AC24V OFF
54
Linkage of External Alarm 1 ON
Linkage of External Alarm 1 OFF
55
Linkage of External Alarm 2 ON
Linkage of External Alarm 2 OFF
56
Reserved
Reserved
57
Reserved
Reserved
58
Reserved
Reserved
59
Reserved
Reserved
60
Reserved
Reserved
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Program
AUTO PAN START POS: to set the start point of the AutoPan. After entering, move the PT by the joystick. Push
CLOSE button to save the current position and return.
AUTO PAN END POS: to set the end point of the AutoPan. After entering, move the PT by the joystick. Push
CLOSE button to store the current position and return.
RUN AUTO PAN: to run the AutoPan. Please set the
start point and the end point first. If the start position and
the end position is the same position, the PT shall make
360°AutoPan. The speed of the AutoPan is divided into
six grades: FAST/NORMAL/SLOW/ -FAST/-NORMAL/SLOW. The first three grades are the AutoPan less than
180° while the latter three grades are the AutoPan larger
than 180°. The speed can be adjusted by PAN LEFT/
PAN RIGHT. Push OPEN button to run and exit the menu. The start point and the end point
are set from options 1 and 2 on this menu.
SET TITLE: to edit the titles of preset. Only first 63 presets may have their titles and the preset
number can be selected by PAN LEFT/PAN RIGHT. Press OPEN button to enter into the edit
state and press CLOSE button to exit the edit state. Operations under the edit state can be
seen thereafter.
SET PATROL: to edit patrol data. Select the number of patrol by PAN LEFT/PAN RIGHT.
Press OPEN button to enter into the edit state and press CLOSE button to exit the edit state.
Operations under the edit state can be seen thereafter.
RUN PATROL: to run patrol function. Select the number of patrol by PAN LEFT/PAN RIGHT.
Press OPEN button to run and exit the menu.
RECORD PATTERN: to recode pattern. It can remember PTZ operation for 40 seconds. Complete the edit when 40 seconds are up or push CLOSE button.
RUN PATTERN: to playback pattern. You can also control the joystick to stop running.
RETURN: return to the main menu.
Table 1 Table of Addresses in DIP Switch
Address
of PT
Status of DIP Switch
DIP-1
DIP-2
DIP-3
DIP-4
DIP-5
DIP-6
DIP-7
DIP-8
DIP-9
DIP-10
1
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
3
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
5
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
6
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
7
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
8
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
9
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
10
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
11
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
12
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
13
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
14
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
15
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
16
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
17
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
18
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
1023
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
3. Appendix
Operation of Patrol under the Edit State
After entering into the edit state, the screen shows as follows:
Examples
NO – serial number of patrol
POS – number of preset
SP – leaving speed
TM – dwelling time
Enter into edit state, display on screen is as follows:
Edit Area, one line shows data of two point .
SEQ: 01 – it means current set patrol 1
CLOE: EXIT – push CLOSE to exit edit state
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Table 2 Table of Protocols in DIP Switch
Type of Protocols
2.2 Display Setup
Selection of Communication Protocols
Common Baud Rates
DIP-1
DIP-2
DIP-3
DIP-4
DIP-5
DIP-6
SAMSUNG
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
B01
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
NEON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Santachi
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
PELCO-D
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
PANASONIC
ON
OFF
ON
Longcomity
OFF
ON
HUNDA600
ON
LILIN
PELCO-P/4800
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
VICON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
PELCO-P/9600
MOLYNX
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
KALATEL
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
VCL
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Reserved
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ALEC
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Ultrak
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Some protocols and their common baud rates in DIP switch are as follows:
ID DISPLAY: When this option is set at ON, the monitor shall
display the address of the camera such as “CAM 001”.
ID POS: To set up the display location of the address, which
can be displayed at TOP-L (top left), TOP-R (top right),
BOTT-R (bottom right) and BOTT-L (bottom left).
TITLE DIS: when this option is set at ON, the title of the
presets can be displayed on the left of the screen when the
preset is called, such as “NO.001 ABCDEFGH”. If no title is
set, then only “NO. 001” is displayed. The modification of the
title of the preset is set on the PROGRAM option.
TITLE POS: to set the display location of the title of the preset, which can be from Line 1 to Line
10. The Line 1 is on the top of the screen.
CAM DISPLAY: when this option is set at ON, the display screen of the camera can be displayed.
RETURN: to exit the main menu.
Camera Setup
SLOW SHUTTER: Slow Shutter function with Man/Auto options.
When the option be AUTO, ASS shall be displayed on the monitor.
BACK LIGHT: Backlight Compensation ON/OFF.
ICR SHOT: Low Illumination, ON–open/AUTO–automatic.
IRIS: Automatic Exposure, AUTO–automatic/MANU–manual.
D-ZOOM: Digital Zoom, ON–open/OFF–close.
FOCUS: Automatic focusing, AUTO–automatic/MANU–manual.
WB SET: White Balance, ATW /INDOOR /OUTDOOR /ONEPUSH /AUTO /MANU
MENU OF CAM: this option is empty.
RETURN: return to the main menu.
Control Setup
WIPER: rain wiper control.
DEFROSTER: defroster control.
RESERVED AUX: auxiliary switch control.
ALARM1: external alarm 1 control.
LINKAGE1: set linkage with external alarm 1.
ALARM2: external alarm 2 control.
LINKAGE2: set linkage with external alarm 2.
HOME OPTION: enter the submenu of automatic
home function.
AUTO HOME: when this option is set at ON, home
position function is opened. This means the PT shall
return home position if user has no any action in a
period of time. The PT cannot return home position
automatically if it is under the patrol state. If no home
returning is needed under the stop state, please set
this option at OFF.
HOME POS: set home position. HOME POS can be
sat from preset 1 to preset 63, or preset 65 to preset
128.
DWELL TIME: set the time for home position, which means the PT shall go to home position
if no any control occurs within the set time from 1 to 99 minutes.
RETURN: return to the menu one level up.
RETURN: return to the main menu.
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Table 3 Table of Baud Rates
Red
Setup of Baud Rates
Baud Rates of
Communication
DIP-1
DIP-2
DIP-3
DIP-4
DIP-5
DIP-6
2400 bps
-
-
-
-
OFF
OFF
4800 bps
-
-
-
-
ON
OFF
White
9600 bps
-
-
-
-
OFF
ON
Blue
19200 bps
-
-
-
-
ON
ON
Green
Red
Alarm Input 1
Yellow
Alarm Input 1
Green, Blue
Alarm Common Terminal
The alarm input should be switch signal otherwise internal circuit shall be damaged.
The alarm shall be linked with the presser point, which should be set in the menu. In case two
channels have alarm signals simultaneously, the pan/tilt shall response upon two channels
one by one with the time interval of 2 seconds.
In case the alarm signal is inputted, the PT shall have no response upon functions such as
“AUTO PAN”, “Patrol” and “Pattern” and so on.
View inward from the small hole on the bottom shown as in Figure 3.2.1, you can find a 4-bit
DIP whose No.1 is the switch of the terminal resistor 120Ω, shown as in Figure 3.2.2. Set
No.1 of DIP at ON, then between Line A and Line B on 485 bus there is a terminal resistor
120Ωconnected. The default setup is at OFF which means the terminal resistor is opened.
Figure 3.2.1
Figure 3.2.2
3. Sizes
5.3”
135mm
8
7.4”
190mm
16.1” / 410mm
7.1”
180mm
4. Wall Mounting
Step 1: Mount the bracket on the wall as shown in Figure 3.4.1. Figure 3.4.2 is the drawing of
sizes of mounting holes.
2.8”
70mm
”
ø 0.4
mm
.0
9
ø
3.0”
76mm
2.1 Main Menu
DISPLAY SETUP: Enter into the submenu to setup display on
the screen, such as ID DISPLAY, TITLE DISPLAY and CAMERA DISPLAY.
CAMERA SETUP: Enter into the submenu of normal data of the
camera.
CONTROL SETUP: Enter into the submenu of the control data
of the PT.
PROGRAM: Enter into the submenu to setup enhanced function of the PT.
CAM DEFAULT SET: Restore camera default settings.
RESET PT: Reset of the PT.
EXIT: Exit the main menu.
3.7”
95mm
5.9”
150mm
2. Setup of the Menu
11.2” / 285mm
Open the main menu by the control keyboard or the matrix via the instruction of “Call Preset
64”. In addition the main menu can be also opened by “Call Preset 1” twice within 4 seconds.
When the menu is displayed on the screen, operate “TILT UP”, “TILT DOWN” to move the cursor to the options to be set up, and operate “PAN LEFT”, “PAN RIGHT” to modify the content
or the instruction to enter into this option.
The operation can be accelerated in case the joystick is pushed towards one direction for
more than 1 second.
All setups of the menu shall not be lost even after power failure.
The application under special cases can be seen in the instruction of functions of the menu.
13.6” / 345mm
8.7” / 220mm
4.3”
110mm
1. Basic Operations on the Menu
15.4” / 392mm
IV. Description of menu functions
13.4”
340mm
5.2”
132mm
Figure 3.4.1
Figure 3.4.2
5
It is recommended to mount the system with M8 screw.
Step 1: There is a mobile plate on the underside of the support bracket. The plate can be
opened when the screws on the front are removed. Lead the wires of the system into the
bracket for connection.
Step 2: Put the pan/tilt unit on the support bracket and tighten screws upward beneath the
support, shown as in Figure 3.4.3.
Step 3: Using the M6×20 screws connect the output wires of the pan/tilt unit and the system,
wrap the joints with insulation tape and close the mobile plate under the support.
It should be like what Figure 3.4.4 shows.
Step 3: Fix the mounting plate with the pan/tilt on the ground. Take care that wires are put into
the groove under the mounting plate to prevent the wires from being compressed. It is shown
as Figure 3.5.3
Figure 3.5.3
6. Connections
Please refer to the descriptions of following drawing.
Figure 3.4.3
1) System Wires
Figure 3.4.4
5. Base Plate Mounting
Step 1: Drill holes on the ground, referring to the positions of holes on the mounting plate. The
sizes of holes are shown as in Figure 3.5.1.
4.9”
125mm
3.6”
90.5mm
4.9” / 124.5mm
6.5” / 165mm
RED
Input of AC Power Supply
BLACK
Input of AC Power Supply
YELLOW
Control Wire RS485-(B)
ORANGE
Control Wire RS485+(A)
VIDEO OUT
Video Output
Figure 3.5.1
Step 2: Fix the mounting plate on the bottom of the pan/tilt by M6×20 screw.
Figure 3.5.2
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It is recommended to mount the system with M8 screw.
Step 1: There is a mobile plate on the underside of the support bracket. The plate can be
opened when the screws on the front are removed. Lead the wires of the system into the
bracket for connection.
Step 2: Put the pan/tilt unit on the support bracket and tighten screws upward beneath the
support, shown as in Figure 3.4.3.
Step 3: Using the M6×20 screws connect the output wires of the pan/tilt unit and the system,
wrap the joints with insulation tape and close the mobile plate under the support.
It should be like what Figure 3.4.4 shows.
Step 3: Fix the mounting plate with the pan/tilt on the ground. Take care that wires are put into
the groove under the mounting plate to prevent the wires from being compressed. It is shown
as Figure 3.5.3
Figure 3.5.3
6. Connections
Please refer to the descriptions of following drawing.
Figure 3.4.3
1) System Wires
Figure 3.4.4
5. Base Plate Mounting
Step 1: Drill holes on the ground, referring to the positions of holes on the mounting plate. The
sizes of holes are shown as in Figure 3.5.1.
4.9”
125mm
3.6”
90.5mm
4.9” / 124.5mm
6.5” / 165mm
RED
Input of AC Power Supply
BLACK
Input of AC Power Supply
YELLOW
Control Wire RS485-(B)
ORANGE
Control Wire RS485+(A)
VIDEO OUT
Video Output
Figure 3.5.1
Step 2: Fix the mounting plate on the bottom of the pan/tilt by M6×20 screw.
Figure 3.5.2
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Table 3 Table of Baud Rates
Red
Setup of Baud Rates
Baud Rates of
Communication
DIP-1
DIP-2
DIP-3
DIP-4
DIP-5
DIP-6
2400 bps
-
-
-
-
OFF
OFF
4800 bps
-
-
-
-
ON
OFF
White
9600 bps
-
-
-
-
OFF
ON
Blue
19200 bps
-
-
-
-
ON
ON
Green
Red
Alarm Input 1
Yellow
Alarm Input 1
Green, Blue
Alarm Common Terminal
The alarm input should be switch signal otherwise internal circuit shall be damaged.
The alarm shall be linked with the presser point, which should be set in the menu. In case two
channels have alarm signals simultaneously, the pan/tilt shall response upon two channels
one by one with the time interval of 2 seconds.
In case the alarm signal is inputted, the PT shall have no response upon functions such as
“AUTO PAN”, “Patrol” and “Pattern” and so on.
View inward from the small hole on the bottom shown as in Figure 3.2.1, you can find a 4-bit
DIP whose No.1 is the switch of the terminal resistor 120Ω, shown as in Figure 3.2.2. Set
No.1 of DIP at ON, then between Line A and Line B on 485 bus there is a terminal resistor
120Ωconnected. The default setup is at OFF which means the terminal resistor is opened.
Figure 3.2.1
Figure 3.2.2
3. Sizes
5.3”
135mm
8
7.4”
190mm
16.1” / 410mm
7.1”
180mm
4. Wall Mounting
Step 1: Mount the bracket on the wall as shown in Figure 3.4.1. Figure 3.4.2 is the drawing of
sizes of mounting holes.
2.8”
70mm
”
ø 0.4
mm
.0
9
ø
3.0”
76mm
2.1 Main Menu
DISPLAY SETUP: Enter into the submenu to setup display on
the screen, such as ID DISPLAY, TITLE DISPLAY and CAMERA DISPLAY.
CAMERA SETUP: Enter into the submenu of normal data of the
camera.
CONTROL SETUP: Enter into the submenu of the control data
of the PT.
PROGRAM: Enter into the submenu to setup enhanced function of the PT.
CAM DEFAULT SET: Restore camera default settings.
RESET PT: Reset of the PT.
EXIT: Exit the main menu.
3.7”
95mm
5.9”
150mm
2. Setup of the Menu
11.2” / 285mm
Open the main menu by the control keyboard or the matrix via the instruction of “Call Preset
64”. In addition the main menu can be also opened by “Call Preset 1” twice within 4 seconds.
When the menu is displayed on the screen, operate “TILT UP”, “TILT DOWN” to move the cursor to the options to be set up, and operate “PAN LEFT”, “PAN RIGHT” to modify the content
or the instruction to enter into this option.
The operation can be accelerated in case the joystick is pushed towards one direction for
more than 1 second.
All setups of the menu shall not be lost even after power failure.
The application under special cases can be seen in the instruction of functions of the menu.
13.6” / 345mm
8.7” / 220mm
4.3”
110mm
1. Basic Operations on the Menu
15.4” / 392mm
IV. Description of menu functions
13.4”
340mm
5.2”
132mm
Figure 3.4.1
Figure 3.4.2
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Table 2 Table of Protocols in DIP Switch
Type of Protocols
2.2 Display Setup
Selection of Communication Protocols
Common Baud Rates
DIP-1
DIP-2
DIP-3
DIP-4
DIP-5
DIP-6
SAMSUNG
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
B01
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
NEON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Santachi
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
PELCO-D
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
PANASONIC
ON
OFF
ON
Longcomity
OFF
ON
HUNDA600
ON
LILIN
PELCO-P/4800
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
VICON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
PELCO-P/9600
MOLYNX
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
KALATEL
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
VCL
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Reserved
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ALEC
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Ultrak
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Some protocols and their common baud rates in DIP switch are as follows:
ID DISPLAY: When this option is set at ON, the monitor shall
display the address of the camera such as “CAM 001”.
ID POS: To set up the display location of the address, which
can be displayed at TOP-L (top left), TOP-R (top right),
BOTT-R (bottom right) and BOTT-L (bottom left).
TITLE DIS: when this option is set at ON, the title of the
presets can be displayed on the left of the screen when the
preset is called, such as “NO.001 ABCDEFGH”. If no title is
set, then only “NO. 001” is displayed. The modification of the
title of the preset is set on the PROGRAM option.
TITLE POS: to set the display location of the title of the preset, which can be from Line 1 to Line
10. The Line 1 is on the top of the screen.
CAM DISPLAY: when this option is set at ON, the display screen of the camera can be displayed.
RETURN: to exit the main menu.
Camera Setup
SLOW SHUTTER: Slow Shutter function with Man/Auto options.
When the option be AUTO, ASS shall be displayed on the monitor.
BACK LIGHT: Backlight Compensation ON/OFF.
ICR SHOT: Low Illumination, ON–open/AUTO–automatic.
IRIS: Automatic Exposure, AUTO–automatic/MANU–manual.
D-ZOOM: Digital Zoom, ON–open/OFF–close.
FOCUS: Automatic focusing, AUTO–automatic/MANU–manual.
WB SET: White Balance, ATW /INDOOR /OUTDOOR /ONEPUSH /AUTO /MANU
MENU OF CAM: this option is empty.
RETURN: return to the main menu.
Control Setup
WIPER: rain wiper control.
DEFROSTER: defroster control.
RESERVED AUX: auxiliary switch control.
ALARM1: external alarm 1 control.
LINKAGE1: set linkage with external alarm 1.
ALARM2: external alarm 2 control.
LINKAGE2: set linkage with external alarm 2.
HOME OPTION: enter the submenu of automatic
home function.
AUTO HOME: when this option is set at ON, home
position function is opened. This means the PT shall
return home position if user has no any action in a
period of time. The PT cannot return home position
automatically if it is under the patrol state. If no home
returning is needed under the stop state, please set
this option at OFF.
HOME POS: set home position. HOME POS can be
sat from preset 1 to preset 63, or preset 65 to preset
128.
DWELL TIME: set the time for home position, which means the PT shall go to home position
if no any control occurs within the set time from 1 to 99 minutes.
RETURN: return to the menu one level up.
RETURN: return to the main menu.
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Program
AUTO PAN START POS: to set the start point of the AutoPan. After entering, move the PT by the joystick. Push
CLOSE button to save the current position and return.
AUTO PAN END POS: to set the end point of the AutoPan. After entering, move the PT by the joystick. Push
CLOSE button to store the current position and return.
RUN AUTO PAN: to run the AutoPan. Please set the
start point and the end point first. If the start position and
the end position is the same position, the PT shall make
360°AutoPan. The speed of the AutoPan is divided into
six grades: FAST/NORMAL/SLOW/ -FAST/-NORMAL/SLOW. The first three grades are the AutoPan less than
180° while the latter three grades are the AutoPan larger
than 180°. The speed can be adjusted by PAN LEFT/
PAN RIGHT. Push OPEN button to run and exit the menu. The start point and the end point
are set from options 1 and 2 on this menu.
SET TITLE: to edit the titles of preset. Only first 63 presets may have their titles and the preset
number can be selected by PAN LEFT/PAN RIGHT. Press OPEN button to enter into the edit
state and press CLOSE button to exit the edit state. Operations under the edit state can be
seen thereafter.
SET PATROL: to edit patrol data. Select the number of patrol by PAN LEFT/PAN RIGHT.
Press OPEN button to enter into the edit state and press CLOSE button to exit the edit state.
Operations under the edit state can be seen thereafter.
RUN PATROL: to run patrol function. Select the number of patrol by PAN LEFT/PAN RIGHT.
Press OPEN button to run and exit the menu.
RECORD PATTERN: to recode pattern. It can remember PTZ operation for 40 seconds. Complete the edit when 40 seconds are up or push CLOSE button.
RUN PATTERN: to playback pattern. You can also control the joystick to stop running.
RETURN: return to the main menu.
Table 1 Table of Addresses in DIP Switch
Address
of PT
Status of DIP Switch
DIP-1
DIP-2
DIP-3
DIP-4
DIP-5
DIP-6
DIP-7
DIP-8
DIP-9
DIP-10
1
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
3
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
5
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
6
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
7
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
8
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
9
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
10
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
11
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
12
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
13
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
14
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
15
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
16
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
17
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
18
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
1023
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
3. Appendix
Operation of Patrol under the Edit State
After entering into the edit state, the screen shows as follows:
Examples
NO – serial number of patrol
POS – number of preset
SP – leaving speed
TM – dwelling time
Enter into edit state, display on screen is as follows:
Edit Area, one line shows data of two point .
SEQ: 01 – it means current set patrol 1
CLOE: EXIT – push CLOSE to exit edit state
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II. Introduction of Functions
1. Unlimited rotation 360° horizontally and from +33° to -80° vertically.
2. The horizontal speed is 0 - 40°/sec while the vertical speed is 0 - 20°/sec (wind speed less
than 50 miles/hour).
3. At the preset position, the horizontal speed is 0 - 100°/sec while the vertical speed is 0 - 40°/
sec (wind speed less than 50 miles/hour).
4. Automatic control of constant temperature, manual rain wiper/defroster control.
5. IP grade IP66.
6. The bearable maximum wind speed is 130 miles/hour.
7. 128 preset positions in memory and 6 groups of programmable patrol loci, as well as linear
scan between two points with adjustable speed and variable direction,
8. 16 common protocols integrated, four kinds of baud rate 2400/4800/9600/19200 bps available
and 1024 addresses are supported (0 - 1023).
III. Quick Guide of Installation
1. Modify the Protocol and the Address (jump over this section if no modification)
Remove the small metal cover on the bottom shown as dotted-lined part on Figure 3.1.1 to
expose DIP switch of the address and the protocol shown as Figure 3.1.2. The detailed drawing is shown as in Figure 3.1.1.
Shown as Figure 3.1.3, the 10-bit DIP stands for the addresses which can be from 0 to 1023.
The 6-bit DIP stands for the protocols in which bits 1-4 mean the protocol while bits 5-6 means
the baud rate. Push the DIP downward means ON otherwise it means OFF. For example
the address in the figure means 1 while the protocol means PELCO-D with the baud rate of
2400bps which can be found from the table.
1 2 3 4 5 6
DIP
ON
Figure 3.1.1
2
Figure 3.1.1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
3 64 5ON61 2 31 42 53 64 75 86 97 10
1DIP2 1
3 2
4 5
8 9 10
DIP DIP
ON ON
DIP DIP ON ON
Figure 3.1.3
Shown as Figure 3.1.3, the 10-bit DIP stands for the addresses which can be from 0 to 1023.
The 6-bit DIP stands for the protocols in which bits 1-4 mean the protocol while bits 5-6 means
the baud rate. Push the DIP downward means ON otherwise it means OFF. For example
the address in the figure means 1 while the protocol means PELCO-D with the baud rate of
2400bps which can be found from the table.
The top line and the bottom line display prompt message, and the middle area displays information of each locus, one line shows data of two points. Move the cursor by PAN LEFT/RIGHT
and modify data by TILT UP/DOWN. Press the button down for 1 second to accelerate. Press
CLOSE button to exit the edit state and store modification. In above figure, the program stores
four patrol points. The settable range of POS is from 1 to 63 or 65 to 128. In case POS is “---“,
it means the skip this point. The settable range of SP is from 0 to 8 (0 and 1 are same at the
highest speed while grade 8 has the lowest speed). The settable rage of TM is from 0 to 99
seconds.
Operation of the Title of Preset under Edit State
After entering into the edit state, the screen show as
the drawing. You can find current setup is the preset 1
with the title “NO TITLE”. Move the cursor by PAN LEFT/
RIGHT and modify data by TILT UP/DOWN. Press the
button down for 1 second to accelerate. Press CLOSE
button to exit the edit state and save modification. The
title of preset can contain 8 characters such as 0~9, A~Z,
+, - and blank. Note: the first letter should be 0~9 or A~Z
otherwise it means to delete the title of the presets and it
shall only show “NO.XXX” without the title when preset
points.
V. Special Operation
The preset 51 to 60 are used for special functions. It has special meanings to set or call these
points. Therefore these points should not be used in functions of automatic operation of the
pan/tilt such as multiple points patrol, external alarm linkage etc. so as to avoid error actions.
Preset
Set Preset
Call Preset
51
Wiper ON
Wiper OFF
52
Defroster ON
Defroster OFF
53
Auxiliary Output AC24V ON
Auxiliary Output AC24V OFF
54
Linkage of External Alarm 1 ON
Linkage of External Alarm 1 OFF
55
Linkage of External Alarm 2 ON
Linkage of External Alarm 2 OFF
56
Reserved
Reserved
57
Reserved
Reserved
58
Reserved
Reserved
59
Reserved
Reserved
60
Reserved
Reserved
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Specifications
Model
GV-SCS530
Image sensor
1/4” EX view HAD CCD
Number of total pixels
Approx. 380,000 pixels
Lens
36x optical zoom,f=3.4 mm(wide)to 122.4 mm (tele), F1.6 to F4.5
Digital zoom
12x (432x with optical zoom)
Angle of view
(H) 57.8° (wide end) to 1.7° (tele end)
Minimum object distance
320 mm (wide end) to 1,500 mm (tele end)
Sync system
Internal / External (V-lock)
Minimum illumination
1/60s mode: 1.4 lux (typical)(F1.6, 50 IRE): 1/4s mode: 0.1 lux (typical)(F1.6, 50 IRE)
Horizontal Resolution
530TV Lines
Day & Night
Yes, True D/N, IR Cut Filter Removal
S/N ratio
More than 50dB
Electronic shutter
1/1 to 1/10,000s, 22 steps
White balance
Auto, ATW, Indoor, Outdoor, One-push, Manual
Gain
Auto / Manual (-3 to 28 dB, 2 dB steps)
AE control
Auto, Manual, Priority mode (shutter priority & iris priority), Bright, EV compensation, Backlight
compensation, Slow AE
Wide Dynamic Range
On / Off: Wide-D, 128x
Backlight compensation
On / Off
Privacy zone masking
On / Off (8 masks per view/24 masks presets in the entire viewing range when integrated into a PTZ
camera - 14 colors, mosaic)
Character generator
Mode display/Multi-line OSD (OSD has priority over Mode display)
Flicker cancel
Auto
Focusing system
Auto (Sensitivity: normal, low), One-push AF, Manual, Infinity, Interval AF, Zoom Trigger AF
Picture effects
E-Flip, Black & White, Mirror Image, Picture Freeze, Mirror
Image
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Camera operation switch
Zoom tele, Zoom wide
Video output
VBS: 1.0 Vp-p (sync negative), Y/C
Dimensions (WxHxD)
16.14 x 13.38 x 6 in / 410 x 340 x 152 mm
Pan Preset speed
100°/s (wind speed low 50 mile/hour)
Tilt preset speed
30°/s (wind speed low 50 mile/hour)
Pan speed
0°~40°/ S
Tilt speed
0°~20°/ S
Pan range
360° continuously
Tilt range
+33° ~-80°
Preset, track
128 presets, 6 tracks
Control way
Multi-protocol, Baud rate from 2400Bps to 19200Bps, RS485 Control
Operating Temperature
-35° ~ 55°C / -31° ~ 131° F
Relative humidity
90% Non Condensing
IP grade
IP66
Power supply
24VAC
Power consumption
70VA
Weight
23.1 lb / 10.5 Kg
Protocols
Pelco P, D, SAMSUNG
I. Notes for Attention
1. Read the manual carefully before installing the product.
2. Power Supply: 220V/110V/24V, refer to the sticker on the product.
3. Avoid incorrect shipping methods such as overstacking or strong vibration during the course
of transportation, storage and installation, as the product could be damaged.
4. Do not dismount components inside the product to avoid occurrence of trouble. There are no
user serviceable parts inside the camera.
5. Observe all electric safety standard in use and installation and use power supply attached
to the product. RS-485 and video signal should keep enough distance with the high voltage
devices and cable during the course of transmission, and take protection measures such as
anti-lightning and surging if necessary.
6. Do not use the product under conditions which exceeds the temperature, humidity or specifications of power supply.
7. Do not aim the camera at the sun or very bright object or to monitor bright and still object,
whether the power supply is switched on or off.
8. Do not clean the product with strong or abrasive detergent. Clean out dirt with dry cloth or mild
detergent if dirt is not easily removed.
9. Take care to set up the product to avoid collision or vibration. Improper application can cause
damage.
10.Install the product in a location that is capable of supporting the Camera PTZ system weight.
11.Wipe dust on the lens with special lens paper.
WARNING:
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 product.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER OR BACK. NO
USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL
CAUTION:
To prevent electric shocks and
risk of fire hazards do NOT use
other than specified power
source.
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SUMMARY
The “Smart Camera System” GV-SCS530 is a high-performance, integrated positioning system featuring a 530TV Lines resolution, 36x optical zoom camera, lens and complete PTZ unit.
Made from die-cast aluminum construction, with an IP66 rated weather-resistant design. The
GV-SCS530 has a built-in heater, wiper, window defroster, sun-shield, anti-fogging, dust-proof
and frost protection function. It can withstand high winds, offers complete 360-degree panning
with tilt ranges of +33 degrees and -83 degrees from the horizontal. What’s more, the camera is
equipped with a number of convenient functions such as Spherical Privacy Zone Masking with
Mosaic Effect, Video Motion Detection, Multi-Line On-Screen Display, E-flip, and Picture Freeze.
The GV-SCS530 is also compatible with many popular control protocols.
FEATURES
• 1/4 Inch type ExView HAD CCD
• 530TV Lines Resolution
• Minimum Scene Illumination: 1.4 lux @ 1/60s shutter speed, 0.1 lux @ 1/4s shutter speed
• 36x Optical Zoom (12x Digital zoom, 432x total)
• True Day/Night with IR Filter Removal
• Wide Dynamic Range
• E-flip
• Picture Freeze
• Advanced Spherical Privacy Zone Masking Function with Mosaic Effect
• Video Motion Detection
• Multi Line On-Screen Display
• Electronic shutter / slow shutter
• Internal / External synch (V-lock)
• Die-cast Aluminum construction, high temperature resistant
• Weather resistant, dust proof design, protection grade IP66
• 360° continuous panning
• Tilt range +33°~-80°
• Auto pan function between 2 presets
• 128 presets 6 tracks
• Anti fogging and frost protection function
• Wiper
• Factory presets
• Register set command
• RoHS-compliant
• Multi Protocol Control
• Included Wall Mount
NoTES
GV-SCS530 Users Manual
INTEGRATED PTZ POSITIONING
SYSTEM, 36X OPTICAL ZOOM, WDR,
D/N, INDOOR OUTDOOR CAMERA
before installing and using the camera, please read these instructions
thoroughly and retain them for later reference.
GVI Security
2801 Trade Center Dr., Suite 120 • Carrollton, TX 75007 • Toll Free: 888-595-2288 • www.gviss.com
v.11.06.08
GVI Security
2801 Trade Center Dr., Suite 120 • Carrollton, TX 75007 • Toll Free: 888-595-2288 • www.gviss.com
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