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Supreme Resolution WDR Camera SHC-735 User Guide
Before installing and operating this product,
please read this manual thoroughly.
ENGLISH
Before operating the camera, confirm the camera model and proper input
power voltage. In order to that you can understand this manual thoroughly,
we'll introduce our model description.
nSHC-735 SERIES
• NTSC MODELS
SHC-735N
•PAL MODELS
SHC-735P
SHC-735PH
n MODEL DESCRIPTION
• SHC-735X_ X_
POWER SOURCE
SIGNAL SYSTEM
• SIGNAL SYSTEM
N --> NTSC MODEL
P --> PAL MODEL
• POWER SOURCE
--> DC12V/AC24V
H --> AC 230V~
The lightning flash with an arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle 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.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user
to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions
in the literature accompanying the appliance.
INFORMATION -This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference
at his own expense.
WARNING : C
hanges or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
WARNING : To prevent electric shock and risk of fire hazards:
◆ Do NOT use power sources other than that specified.
◆ Do NOT expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
This installation should be made by a qualified service person and
should conform to all local codes.
Contents
Features
How to Use the Camera
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◾ Function Menu Structure
◾ How to Set up the Functions
• LENS
• EXPOSURE
• WHITE BALANCE
• BACKLIGHT
• SSNR
• DAY/NIGHT
• IMAGE ADJ
• SPECIAL
• EXIT
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Troubleshooting
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Specifications
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Precautions
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Components and Accessories
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Overview
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◾ Front View
◾ Side View
◾ Bottom View
◾ Rear View
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Installation Procedures
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◾ Lens
• When Using Auto Iris Lens
• When Using C/CS Mount Lens
◾ Connecting a Monitor
◾ Connecting Power
◾ Control via RS-485 Interface
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Features
Ultra High Resolution
Motion Detection
By adopting a double-speed 410,000 pixel Sony CCD, the
camera produces clear picture quality with a horizontal
resolution of 560 TV lines for color, and 700 TV lines for B/W.
Since the camera detects motion and generates signals
without any additional external sensors, you can monitor
activity more efficiently by connecting the camera to an
alarm device.
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR):
DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer)
By adopting a proprietary SV-IV DSP chip, the camera
delivers clear, high quality pictures even in backlight, by
increasing exposure in dark areas while decreasing it in
bright areas; a corrected image with clear details results.
The DIS function compensates for any camera movement,
to produce more stable pictures.
Video/DC Drive Lens Support
Excellent Sensitivity
You can select Video or DC Drive Lens from the menu.
Adopting a Diagonal 6mm (1/3"), highly sensitive CCD and
digital signal processing technology, it can clearly
distinguish the outline and color of a subject in an extremely
low luminance environment – even, for example, under
starlight. Since surveillance is possible in places where
the light is poor, the camera is appropriate for day and
night surveillance outdoors or on the outside of buildings.
- 0.001 Lux (Color Sens-up Mode)
- 0.00004 Lux (B/W Sens-up Mode)
Miscellaneous Functions
HCL(HIGH LIGHT COMPENSATION), SYNC (INT/LL), SENS-UP,
FREEZE, FLIP (H/V-REV), D-ZOOM, SHARPNESS, MOTION
DETECTION and PRIVACY functions are provided.
SSNR (Samsung Super Noise
Reduction) Function
RS-485 Communication
Control Support
The high performance SV-IV DSP chip dramatically
reduces the gain noise in digital image processing,
producing clear, sharp images in low lighting environments.
Remote OSD menu control via an RS-485 interface is
supported.
Day & Night
OSD
The camera identifies whether it is day or night and
automatically switches to the appropriate mode,
depending on its environment. By day, the camera
switches to color mode in order to maintain optimal color.
At night, it switches to B/W mode so as to obtain better
picture definition.
The camera control is convenient by using 9 different
foreign language O.S.D.
- NTSC: KOREAN, ENGLISH, JAPANESE, SPANISH, FRENCH,
PORTUGUESE
- PAL : ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH, ITALIAN,
CHINESE, PORTUGUESE
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Samsung Techwin cares for the environment at all product manufacturing
stages to preserve the environment, and is taking a number of steps to provide
customers with more environment-friendly products.The Eco mark represents
Samsung Techwin’s will to create environment-friendly products, and indicates
that the product satisfies the EU RoHS Directive.
Warnings & Cautions
This information is provided to ensure your safety and to prevent any losses, financial or
otherwise. Please read it carefully and use the product accordingly.
* For product inquiries, please contact the retail shop where you bought the camera. The use of equipment such as
an aerial ladder while providing after-sales service shall be at your expense.
* Separate the power plug when thunder crashes or lighting flashes.
* This product is support equipment for surveillance system. Therefore, we can't compensate for material loss and/or
personal injuries by robbery, fire, natural disaster or something like this type.
Warning/Attention/Special Mark Messages
Ignoring this information may
result in material loss and/or
serious personal injuries including
death.
Ignoring this information may
result in material loss and/or a
slight injuries.
Indicates “Never Allowed.”
Indicates “No Disassembling.”
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Precautions
Do not install under extreme
temperature conditions.
Do not install in high humidity
environment.
Use only under temperature conditions
between -10ºC and +50ºC. Provide good
ventilation when using in high temperature
conditions.
May lower image quality.
Do not drop the camera or
subject it to physical shock.
May cause a product malfunction.
Never keep the camera face to
strong light directly.
May damage the CCD.
Do not expose the camera to
rain or other types of liquids.
Do not install under unstable
lighting conditions.
Do not expose the camera to
radioactivity.
Avoid touching the camera lens.
Wipe dry any liquids. Liquids may contain
minerals that are corrosive to electronic
components.
Radioactivity exposure may damage the
CCD.
Notes
Severe lighting changes or flickering may
hinder normal camera operation.
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The lens is the most important component
of the camera. Be careful not to smear it
with fingerprints.
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• Exposure to a spotlight or an object emitting strong light may cause smear or
blooming.
• Ensure that the power source complies with normal specifications before supplying
it to the camera.
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Components and Accessories
Overview
Front View
1. U
ltra High Resolution
WDR Color CCD Camera SHC-735
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2. Auto Iris Lens Connector Plug
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3. C-Mount Adapter
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ripod Mounting Bracket Screw Hole
Used to fix the Tripod Mounting Bracket to the top of the camera.
2 C
-Mount Lens Adapter
Install this adapter to use a C-Mount Lens.
3 B
ack Focus Control Lever
Adjust focus by this Back Focus Lever.
4. Instruction Manual
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Overview
Side View
Bottom View
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5 T
ripod Mounting Bracket Screw Hole
4 A
uto Iris Lens Connector
Used to connect Auto Iris Lens plug.
Used to fix the camera on a bracket or tripod.
The screw sizes for this hole are as follows:
L
1/4"-20 UNC (20 THREAD)
L:4.5mm±0.2mm (ISO standard),
or 0.197" (ASA standard)
You can separate the Tripod Mounting Bracket and
install it on the top or bottom of the camera.
Make sure to use the Tripod Mounting Bracket when
fixing the camera to a bracket or tripod. Otherwise the
camera may not be secure, or the internal circuitry of
the camera may be damaged.
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Overview
Installation Procedures
Lens
Rear View
The lens is not supplied with this camera. Purchase a lens suitable for your
environment. This camera accepts the auto iris lens and both C-and CS-mount lens.
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Notes
• It is recommended to use the DC type Auto Iris Lens to effectively enjoy the major
functions of this camera.
• Keep the lens surface clean, since if it is contaminated with dirt or fingerprints the
picture quality suffers.
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*High Voltage Type
(SHC-735PH)
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• SET Button : Displays the menu on the screen. Press this button to confirm
status or after changing a selected item.
• Up and Down Button : Used to move the cursor up or down in the menu
screen to select a desired menu item.
• Left and Right Button : Used to move the cursor left or right in the menu
screen or to change the value of the selected item.
D
& N Input Port
You can switch to Day & Night Mode by connecting an external signal to this port.
M
D Output Port
Motion detection signals are output through this port.
R
S-485 Control Port
You can control SETUP MENU through this port by using external controllers like a
Remote controller that RS-485 Communication is supported. For details, see page 21.
V
ideo OUT Port
Video signals are output through this port. Connect this port to the Video IN port of a monitor.
P
ower LED
When power is properly connected, this LED comes on.
P
ower IN Port
Connect the power as specified for each model here.
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When Using Auto Iris Lens
1. Strip the insulation of the auto iris lens cable 8mm from the end.
approx. 8mm
2. Strip the insulation of the core of the auto iris lens cable to expose a 2mm length.
approx. 2mm
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Installation Procedures
3. Remove the cover of the auto iris lens connector plug and solder the lens cable to
the connector pin of the plug.
• For a Video Drive Lens
• For a DC Drive Lens
Pin 1: Red (Power)
Pin 1: Damping Pin 2: NC
Pin 2: Damping +
Pin 3: White (Video Signal)
Pin 3: Drive +
Pin 4: Black (Ground)
Pin 4: Drive Lens cable
No. 3 Pin
No. 1 Pin
When Using C/CS Mount Lens
Before installing a lens, identify whether the lens to be installed is a C-Mount or CS-Mount.
This camera is set for a CS-Mount Lens by default. To install a C-Mount Lens, a
simple modification is required.
• When Using a CS Mount Lens
Remove the protective glass cover at the front of this product and turn the
CS-Mount Lens clockwise to install it. And set focus of camera using Back Focus
Control Lever of camera side after combining CS-Mount lens.
connector
No. 4 Pin
No. 2 Pin
4. Fit the cover of the auto iris lens connector
plug, remove the protective glass cover
from the front of the camera, and fasten
the auto iris lens by turning it clockwise.
Notes
• Use the lens connector shown in the following figure. If the dimensions of the
connector are not correct, it may damage the camera, or the lens may not be
installed firmly.
C-Mount Lens: 10mm or less
CS-Mount Lens: 5mm or less
5. Set focus of camera using Back Focus Control
Lever of camera side after combining Auto
Iris lens.
Back Focus Control Lever
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• If the lens is too heavy, the camera becomes unbalanced and there may be
problems. Use a lens that weighs less than 450g.
• When adjusting the Automatic Level Control (ALC) of an auto iris lens, use Av mode
if available. If you use the Pk mode, the picture brightness may change
continuously.
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Installation Procedures
• Make sure to turn off the device to be connected before making any connections.
• Turn the 75Ω/Hi-Z switches of interim display devices to the Hi-Z position, and the
switches of any final device to the 75Ω position.
• When Using a C Mount Lens
1. Remove the protective glass cover at the front
of this product and turn the C-Mount Adapter
clockwise to install it.
Intermediate
End monitor
2. Turn the C-Mount lens clockwise to install it.
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3. Set focus of camera using Back Focus Control Lever of camera side after
combining C-Mount lens.
Connecting a Monitor
Since power specifications differ depending on the model, make sure to check your
model name and specifications before connecting power. You can connect power as
shown in the following figure.
For AC / DC power
Connect the Video OUT port on the rear panel of the camera to a monitor.
CCD Camera
Monitor
• Since the power specification supports
both AC and DC, connect AC 24V,
500mA Adaptor or DC 12V, 500mA
Adaptor.
High Voltage Type (AC230V, 50Hz)
• Since the connection procedure may differ depending on the type of monitor or
peripheral device to be connected, refer to the User Manual for the device to be
connected.
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• Use AC230V, 50Hz power source For
SHC-735PH.
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Installation Procedures
How to Use the Camera
When the resistance value of copper wire is at [20ºC(68ºF)]
Copper wire size(AWG)
#24(0.22mm2)
#22(0.33mm2)
#20(0.52mm2)
#18(0.83mm2)
Resistance value(Ω/m)
0.078
0.050
0.030
0.018 Voltage drop(V/m)
0.028
0.018
0.011
0.006
• As shown in the table above, voltage decreases as the wire gets longer.
Therefore use of an excessively long adaptor output line for connection to the
camera may affect the performance of the camera.
✽ Standard voltage for camera operation : DC 12V±10%, AC 24V±10%
✽ There may be some deviation in voltage drop depending on the type of wire and the manufacturer.
Function Menu Structure
Setup Menu
LENS
EXPOSURE
WHITE BALANCE
BACKLIGHT
Control via RS-485 Interface
SSNR
The camera can be controlled by using external controllers like a Remote controller.
(RS-485 Communication)
(1) To control by PC
Connect the RS-485 control port of the camera and the serial cable through an
RS-485 converter.
Example) PC Serial Port (COM1) → Serial Cable → RS-485 Converter → Camera
RS-485 Control Port
(2) To control using a DVR or System Controller
Connect the RS-485 cable (TRX+, TRX-) to the connection port of the 485 control
board that is connected to the DVR or System Controller.
DAY/NIGHT
485 Control Board Connection Port
RS-485 Control Port
(+) CONNECTION TERMINAL (TRX+)
485+
( - ) CONNECTION TERMINAL (TRX-)
485-
Camera ID
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BAUD RATE
9600
UART MODE
8-NONE-1
SPECIAL
• ATW
• OFF
• HLC
• ON
• COLOR
• EXTERN
• FREEZ
• D-ZOOM
• RETURN
• CAMTITLE
• PRIVACY
• LANGUAGE
• VIDEO
• MANUAL
• AGC
• SENS-UP
• MANUAL
• OUTDOOR
• AWC → SET
• INDOOR
• BLC
• WDR
• OFF
• B/W
• AUTO
• V-REV
• SHARPNESS
• H-REV
• SYNC
• DIS
• RESET
• MOTION DET
• COMM ADJ
• RETURN
EXIT
How to Set up the Functions
You can set up functions using the 5 buttons on the rear of the camera.
* RS-485 Communication establishment initial value
Item
Initial value
IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
(IMAGE ADJ.)
• DC
• SHUTTER
• RETURN
RET PKT
ENABLE
UP button
SET button
LEFT button
DOWN button
RIGHT button
Notes
• To control the camera by constructing an additional controller, use Pelco-D protocol
or STW protocol (Samsung Techwin protocol).
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How to Set up the Functions
MAIN SETUP
1.LENSDC
2.EXPOSURE
1. Press the SET button.
• Main setup menu is displayed on the monitor screen.
Select the function using
the UP or DOWN button.
MAIN SETUP
1.LENSDC
Change the status using
the LEFT or RIGHT button.
2.EXPOSURE 3.WHITE BALATW
4.BACKLIGHTOFF
5.SSNRON
6.DAY/NIGHTAUTO 7.IMAGE ADJ
8.SPECIAL
9.EXIT
2. Select a desired function using the Up and Down buttons.
• Place the cursor over a desired item.
3. Set up a selected item by using the Left and Right buttons.
4. To finish the setting, select ’EXIT’ and press the SET button.
Notes
• An item with the icon also has sub menus. To select a sub menu, select an item
with the icon and press the SET button.
• An item with the - - - icon is unavailable due to function settings.
DC/Video : Select Auto Iris Lens
• When DC is selected, you can control screen
brightness. The range of brightness control is
between 1 and 70. Adjust the brightness
appropriately for optimal screen brightness.
Notes
• Some lenses may not work properly, depending on the setting of the BRIGHTNESS
LEVEL.
• When Using a Video-Type Auto Iris Lens
❶ Disable AGC mode of EXPOSURE menu.
2 Adjust the ALC adjustment terminal on the lens properly. Typically, the terminal
is set to AV (Average).
3
Make an image as bright as you want by adjusting the lens LEVEL VR.
4 Set AGC mode to ON under EXPOSURE menu after adjusting the lens LEVEL VR. If
the image looks brighter than it should, return to 3 and adjust the LEVEL VR again.
• The lens LEVEL VR may not work properly depending on the lens used.
Manual : Select
Manual Lens
EXPOSURE
LENS
Using this function, you can control screen brightness.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed, select ’LENS’ by using the Up and
Down buttons so that the arrow indicates ’LENS’.
2. Select the connected lens type by using the Left and Right buttons.
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MAIN SETUP
1.LENSDC
2.EXPOSURE
3.WHITE BALATW
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How to Use the Camera
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed, select ‘EXPOSURE’ by using the Up
and Down buttons so that the arrow indicates ‘EXPOSURE’.
2. Select a desired mode using the Up and Down buttons.
SENS-UP :
When it is night or dark, the camera automatically
detects the light level and maintains a clear picture if
this mode is activated.
- OFF : Deactivates the SENS-UP function.
- AUTO : Activates the SENS-UP function.
RETURN :
Select this to save the changes in the EXPOSURE menu and return to the SETUP menu.
SHUTTER : You can select either auto or manual shutter.
- A.FLK : Select this when you experience picture flicker, which can happen when
there is a clash with the frequency of the installed lighting.
- ESC : Select this to control the shutter speed automatically. If ESC is selected, the
shutter speed is automatically controlled depending on the ambient
illumination of the subject.
- MANUAL : You can control shutter speed manually.
Notes
Notes
• If you press the SET button in ‘AUTO’ mode, You can adjust brightness by increasing
or decreasing the shutter speed. (X2~X256)
• Note that the higher the zoom level, the brighter the screen, but the more likely it is
that an after-image will appear.
• Although Noise, Spots, and Whitish symptoms may occur in SENS-UP operation
when the zoom level is increased, this is normal.
White Balance (White Bal.)
• To produce better results with A.FLK, do not use it in conjunction with the WDR
mode of the BACKLIGHT menu.
• When the SHUTTER is set to ESC after selecting the Internal Synchronization Type,
the picture may become unstable if the camera faces a bright fluorescent light.
Therefore, take care when choosing the installation position.
• When you use DC lens, set the shutter mode to fixed(---) if Color Rolling is occurred.
• When the SHUTTER is set to MANUAL or A.FLK mode, SENS-UP will be disabled.
AGC (AUTO GAIN CONTROL):
The higher the gain level, the brighter the screen - but the higher the noise.
- OFF : Deactivates the AGC function.
- LOW : Allows automatic gain control from 0 to 30dB.
- HIGH : Allows automatic gain control from 0 to 42dB.
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Use the White Balance function to adjust the screen color.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed, select ‘White Bal.‘ by using the Up
and Down buttons so that the arrow indicates ‘White Bal.‘ .
2. Select a desired mode using the Up and Down buttons.
MAIN SETUP
1.LENSDC
2.EXPOSURE 3.WHITE BALATW
4.BACKLIGHTOFF
✽ Select one of the following 5 modes, as appropriate for your purpose.
ATW : Select this when the color temperature is between 1,800º and 10,500ºK
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INDOOR : Select this when the color temperature is between 4,500ºK and 8,500ºK.
UTDOOR : Select this when the color temperature is between 1,800ºK and
10,500ºK. (sodium light inclusion)
AWC → SET : To find the optimal setting for the current luminance environment in this
mode, set the point the camera towards a sheet of white paper and press
the SET button. If the environment changes, readjust it.
MANUAL : Select this to fine-tune White Balance manually. Set White Balance first by
using the ATW or AWC mode. After that switch to MANUAL mode, finetune the White Balance and then press the SET button.
Notes
• White Balance may not work properly under the following conditions. In this case
select the AWC mode.
❶ When the color temperature of environment surrounding the subject is out of the control range (e.g. clear sky, or sunset)
2 When the ambient illumination of the subject is dim.
3 If the camera is directed towards a fluorescent light or is installed in a place where illumination changes dramatically, the White Balance operation may
become unstable.
MAIN SETUP
1.LENSDC
2.EXPOSURE 3.WHITE BALATW
4.BACKLIGHTOFF
5.SSNRON
2. S elect a desired mode using the Left and Right buttons depending on the camera purpose.
BLC : Enables a user to directly select a desired area from a picture, and to view the
area more clearly.
• Select ’BLC‘ to adjust the area to be enhanced and
enhancement level.
WDR : When there are both bright and dark areas at the same time, this mode
makes both areas distinctive.
< WDR >
BACKLIGHT
This camera is designed so that it delivers a distinctive subject and background at
the same time, even when the subject is in backlight, unlike conventional cameras,
by adopting a proprietary SV-IV DSP chip.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed, select ’BACKLIGHT‘ by using the Up
and Down buttons so that the arrow indicates ’BACKLIGHT‘.
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< OFF >
• Select ’WDR‘ to adjust the WDR LIMIT and LEVEL.
- LIMIT : Adjust the WDR Sensitivity by selecting
LOW, MIDDLE, or HIGH.
- LEVEL : Adjust the WDR Brightness by controlling
the bar from 1 to 100.
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HLC (High Light Compensation) :
If the scene contains extremely bright light areas such as; from car headlight, the
light can mask out much of the on-screen detail.
- DAY : In normal daylight conditions, the HLC is not activated.
- NIGHT : If a high light that is larger than a certain size is present on the screen,
HLC is activated to remove the high light.
- HLC : E nable a user to select a mask color of high light area from a picture.
Notes
• Since the performance of the WDR function may be affected by the area of the bright
part of the screen, optimize the installation angle for the best WDR performance.
• If you increase LIMIT, the screen display may be distorted.
• Because there can be a difference in the effectiveness of HLC according to the amount of
light area in the screen, optimize the installation angle for the best HLC performance.
• In a dark environment, the HLC is only activated when a high light that is larger than
a certain area is present.
• The HLC is not activated in light or overly dark conditions.
SSNR
OFF : Not being used.
3. Select a desired mode using the Left and Right buttons and press the SET button.
This function reduces the background noise in a low luminance environment.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed, select ’SSNR‘ by using the Up and
Down buttons so that the arrow indicates ’SSNR‘ .
Notes
• In WDR mode, shutter mode can be selected fixed(---) or flikerless(A.FLK).
• Since the following symptoms may occur according to the ambient illumination
when WDR is selected, set it to OFF.
❶ Color or screen changes unnaturally.
2 Noise appears in the bright part of the screen.
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MAIN SETUP
1.LENSDC
2.EXPOSURE 3.WHITE BALATW
4.BACKLIGHTOFF
5.SSNRON
6.DAY/NIGHTAUTO
2. Select a desired mode using the Left and Right buttons.
OFF : Deactivates SSNR so that noise is not reduced.
ON : Activates SSNR so that noise is reduced.
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3. Set the SSNR mode to ’ON‘ and press the SET
button. Then you can adjust the noise reduction
level.
Notes
• You cannot set the SSNR to ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ when the AGC mode of the EXPOSURE
menu is ‘OFF’.
• When adjusting the noise reduction level of the SSNR mode, remember that the
higher the level set, the more the noise level will be reduced but that after image
may also occur.
DAY/NIGHT
You can display pictures in color or black and white.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed, select ’DAY/NIGHT‘ by using the Up
and Down buttons so that the arrow indicates ’DAY/NIGHT‘.
MAIN SETUP
1.LENSDC
2.EXPOSURE 3.WHITE BALATW
4.BACKLIGHTOFF
5.SSNRON
6.DAY/NIGHT
AUTO
7.IMAGE ADJ
2. Select a desired mode using the Left and Right buttons according to the picture
display you want.
COLOR : The picture is always displayed in color.
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B/W : The picture is always displayed in black and
white. Please press SETUP button to turn on or
off the burst signal on B/W mode.
AUTO : The mode is switched to ‘Color’ in a normal
environment, but switches to ‘B/W’ mode
when ambient illumination is low. To set up
the sswitching time or speed for AUTO mode,
press the SET button.
- DWELL TIME : You can select the duration time about changing the day/night
mode. → 5s, 7s, 10s, 20s, 30s, 40s, 60s
- DURATION : You can select brightness of illumination about changing the
day/night mode.
Fast
Slow
Color → B/W
2.5 lux
0.8 lux
B/W → Color
4 lux
6 lux
* The brightness of illumination is changeable
by installed environment.
EXTERN : This mode allows you to apply a desired filter to external signals.
Notes
• When using a Video Auto Iris Lens, if you set the lens level to low, automatic
switching between Color and Black & White may not occur.
• You cannot control the DAY/NIGHT menu when AGC in the EXPOSURE menu is ‘OFF’
At this time, the exchange between DAY mode and NIGHT mode operates as like
selecting ‘COLOR’ mode.
• Since the camera may not focus as well under infrared illumination at night as it
does under normal illumination, install an Extra-low Dispersion Lens to obtain
sharp pictures.
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IMAGE ADJ.
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed, select ’IMAGE ADJ.‘ by using the Up
and Down buttons so that the arrow indicates ’IMAGE ADJ.‘
MAIN SETUP
1.LENSDC
2.EXPOSURE 3.WHITE BALATW
4.BACKLIGHTOFF
5.SSNRON
6.DAY/NIGHTAUTO
7.IMAGE ADJ
8.SPECIAL
SHARPNESS :
As you increase this value, the picture outline
becomes stronger and clearer. Adjust this value
appropriately depending on the sharpness of the
picture.
PED LEVEL : Please use this menu item when using a LCD monitor other than
standard ones. You can change PED LEVEL.
RETURN : Select this to save the settings for the IMAGE ADJ. menu and to return
to the SETUP menu.
Notes
• When the V-REV or H-REV mode is enabled, the text on the screen does not flip.
• If you increase the SHARPNESS level too high, the picture may become distorted
or noise may appear.
2. Select a desired mode using the Up and Down buttons.
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7.
IMAGE SETUP
FREEZE
V-REV
H-REV
D-ZOOM
SHARPNESS
PED LEVEL
RETURN
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
0
FREEZE : You can view still or moving pictures.
V-REV : You can flip the picture vertically on the screen.
H-REV : You can flip the picture horizontally on the screen.
D-ZOOM : You can use a digital zoom of x1~x10.
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SPECIAL
1. When the SETUP menu screen is displayed, select ’SPECIAL‘ by using the Up and
Down buttons so that the arrow indicates ’SPECIAL‘.
MAIN SETUP
1.LENSDC
2.EXPOSURE 3.WHITE BALATW
4.BACKLIGHTOFF
5.SSNRON
6.DAY/NIGHTAUTO
7.IMAGE ADJ
8.SPECIAL 9.EXIT
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2. Select a desired mode using the Up and Down buttons.
3 Press the SET button.
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SPECIAL
CAM TITLE
SYNC
MOTION DET
PRIVACY
DIS
COMM ADJ
LANGUAGE
RESET
RETURN
OFF
INT
OFF
OFF
OFF
←→ CLR POS END
ENGLISH
4 Use the 4 direction buttons to move to a desired letter and select the letter by
pressing the SET button. Repeat this to enter multiple letters.
You can enter up to 15 letters.
CAM TITLE : If you enter a title, the title will appear on the monitor.
❶ If the SPECIAL menu screen is displayed, use the Up and Down buttons so that
the arrow indicates ’CAM TITLE‘.
2 Set it to ’ON‘ by using the Left and Right buttons.
Notes
• When the CAM TITLE menu is ‘OFF’, no
title will be displayed on the monitor screen
even if you enter one.
• Only English is available in this mode.
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ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklm
nopqrstuvwxyz
-.123456789
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SPECIAL
CAM TITLE
SYNC
MOTION DET
PRIVACY
DIS
COMM ADJ
LANGUAGE
RESET
RETURN
Notes
• If you move the cursor to CLR and press the SET button, all the letters are deleted.
To edit a letter, change the cursor to the bottom left arrow and press the SET
button. Move the cursor over the letter to be edited, move the cursor to the letter to
be inserted and then press the SET button.
5 Enter a title, move the cursor to ’POS‘ and press the SET button. The entered title
OFF
INT
OFF
OFF
OFF
ENGLISH
appears on the screen. Select the position to display the title on the screen by
using the 4 direction buttons and press the SET button. When the position is
determined, select ’END‘ and press the SET button to return to the SPECIAL
menu.
FRONT DOOR
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SYNC : In areas where the supply is at 60Hz, you can
synchronize the output phase of multiple
cameras using the power synchronization
function (Line-Lock) without using a
synchronization signal generator.
- INT : Internal Synchronization Type
- L/L : Power Synchronization Type, Line-lock
❶ Press the SET button.
❷ You can select a desired phase from 0 to 359 when select 'phase'.
❸ You can decide the synchronization between luminance and color signal
when select the 'mode'.
Notes
Notes
• MD areas show only MOTION DET menu. Therefore, MD areas don’t display on the
monitor screen.
PRIVACY :Hide an area you want to hide on the screen.
❶
When the SPECIAL menu screen is displayed, press the Up and Down buttons
so that the arrow indicates ’PRIVACY‘.
• When using AC power at 60Hz frequency, you can use the L/L type synchronization.
• When the power is DC 12V, the SYNC. menu is fixed to the ‘INT’ mode.
MOTION DET: If you connect an alarm device to this camera, you
can monitor activity more efficiently, because a
signal is generated by the camera whenever motion
is detected. The motion detection signal is output
through the MD OUT port.
❶When the SPECIAL menu screen is displayed, press the Up and Down buttons
2Set up the mode using the 4 direction buttons.
so that the arrow indicates ’MOTION DET‘.
- FILL → SET : F ills in a selected MD area. Fills in a selected MD area. The color of
filling is sequentially selected as brown, orange, blue, cyan,
yellowish green, yellow and red.
- RETURN : S elect this to save the MOTION DET menu settings and return to the
SPECIAL menu.
- SENSITIVITY : You can select up to 8 MD areas. When SENSITIVITY number is
high, motion detection sensitivity is increased to recognize even
small movement.
- AREA MODE : Determines whether to use the MD area selected in SENSITIVITY.
- SEL POS : Determines which of the 4 vertices of each MD area is to be used.
- YPOS : Determines the coordinate of the vertical axis for SEL POS.
- XPOS : Determines the coordinate of the horizontal axis for SEL POS.
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2Set up the mode using the 4 direction buttons.
- AREA SEL : You can select up to 8 PRIVACY areas.
- AREA MODE : Determines whether to use the area selected in
the AREA SEL, and the size and position of the
area.
- MASK COLOR :Determine area color. You can select Gray, Green, Red, Blue,
Black, White.
- TRANSP : Determine the transparency of selected area as controlling number
from 0 to 3.
- RETURN : Select this to save the PRIVACY menu settings and return to the
SPECIAL menu.
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How to Use the Camera
DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer) :
This function mitigates any picture movement due to external factors such as wind.
Notes
• The chance of resolution decrease is existed because DIS function uses the digital zoom.
• DIS doesn’t operate when background illumination is too low.
• DIS doesn’t operate when object pattern is monotonic as like sky or white wall.
• If Digital Image Stabilizer (DIS) is enabled, the digital zoom is not configured to less
than 46 level.
COMM ADJ (Communication Adjustment) :
This function sets up the camera communication
status when controlling the camera through an
external control device.
❶ When the SPECIAL menu screen is displayed, press the Up and Down buttons
so that the arrow indicates ’COMM ADJ‘.
2 Set up the mode using the 4 direction buttons.
- CAM ID : Determines the camera's identification number (between 0 and 25).
- BAUD RATE : You can select 2400/4800/9600/19200/38400/57600 bps.
- UART MODE : You can select NONE, EVEN or ODD for the parity bits.
- RET PKT : Determines whether to send a command back to the controller device
when a communication control command is sent to the camera.
- DISP CAM ID : Display camera title on top left corner of the screen.
LANGUAGE : You can select the menu language according to your requirements.
RESET : Resets the camera settings to the factory defaults.
RETURN : Select this to save the SPECIAL menu settings and return to the SPECIAL
menu.
EXIT
Press the SET button in the EXIT menu to save the current settings and exit the SET menu.
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If you have trouble operating your camera, refer to the following table. If the
guidelines do not enable you to solve the problem, contact an authorized technician.
Nothing appears on the screen.
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heck that the power cord and line connection between the camera and monitor are fixed properly.
• Check that you have properly connected VIDEO cable to the camera VIDEO output jack.
The image on the screen is dim.
• Is lens stained with dirt? Clean your lens with soft, clean cloth.
• Set the monitor to proper condition.
• If the camera is exposed to too strong light, change the camera position.
The image on the screen is dark.
•Adjust the contrast feature of the monitor or DVR.
• If you have an intermediate device, set the 75Ω / Hi-z properly.
The camera is not working properly, and the surface of the camera is hot.
• Check that you have properly connected the camera to an appropriate power source.
The DAY/NIGHT menu does not work.
• Check that AGC of EXPOSURE SETUP menu is ’OFF‘.
The SENS-UP function does not work.
• Check that AGC of EXPOSURE SETUP menu is ’OFF‘.
• Check that SHUTTER of EXPOSURE SETUP menu is ’A.FLK‘ or ’MANUAL‘.
The Motion Detection function does not work.
• Check that MOTION DEF of SPECIAL SETUP menu is ’OFF‘.
Color is not correct.
• Check the setting of WHITE BAL SETUP menu .
The screen flickers continually.
• Check that direction of camera turns toward the Sun.
RS-485 communication fails.
• Check the polarity between RS-485 Control Port and RS-485 cable.
485 Control Board Connection Port
(+) CONNECTION TERMINAL (TRX+)
( - ) CONNECTION TERMINAL (TRX-)
RS-485 Control Port
485+
485-
• Check the RS-485 Communication establishment initial value
* RS-485 Communication establishment initial value
Item
Camera ID
Initial value 1
BAUD RATE
9600
UART MODE
8-NONE-1
RET PKT
ENABLE
• We recommend that you make ground connect between camera and controller in order to
maintain safety communication control.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Specifications
SHC-735
ELECTRICAL
Input Voltage
Power Consumption
VIDEO
Imaging Device
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Scanning System
Synchronization
Frequency
Horizontal Resolution
Min. Illumination
S/N (Y Signal)
Video Output
OPERATIONAL
IRIS Adustment
Electronic Shutter Speed
On Screen Display
Backlight Compensation
Day & Night
Gain Control
White Balance
SENS-UP (frame Integration)
Motion Detection
Privacy Masking
3D Noise Filter (SSNRII)
Digital Zoom
Digital Image Stabilization(DIS)
Camera Title
Sharpness
Flip / Mirror
Communication
Protocol
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature / Humidity
MECHANICAL
Lens Mount
Back Focus Adjustment
Dimension
Weight
SHC-735P
AC 24V / DC 12V
Max 4.0W
SHC-735PH
AC230V
Diagonal 6mm (1/3") Color Vertical double density interline CCD, 41k
811(H) x 508(V)
795(H) x 596(V)
768(H) x 494(V)
752(H) x 582(V)
2:1 Interlace
Internal / Line Lock
H :15.734KHz / V : 59.94Hz H :15.625KHz / V : 50.00Hz
COLOR : 560TV lines (Min.) / B&W : 700TV lines (Min.)
COLOR : 0.3Lux (50 IRE@F1.2), 0.001Lux (SENS-UP, x256)
B&W : 0.01Lux (50 IRE@F1.2), 0.00004Lux (SENS-UP, x256)
52dB (AGC Off, Weight On)
CVBS : 1.0Vp-p / 75Ω
DC / VIDEO
ESC / Manual / A.FLK / Fixed(---) (NTSC:1/60 ~ 1/120,000, PAL:1/50 ~ 1/120,000)
NTSC : KOREAN, ENGLISH, JAPANESE, SPANISH, FRENCH, PORTUGUESE
PAL : ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH, ITALIAN, CHINESE, PORTUGUESE
WDR(52dB) / BLC / HLC / OFF
Color / B/W / Auto / EXT (ICR)
Low / High / Off
ATW / AWC / Manual / Outdoor / Indoor (1,800°K ~ 10,500°K)
Auto / Off (x2 ~ x256)
On / Off (8 programmable zones, Alarm output)
On / Off (8 programmable zones)
On / Off (Level adjustable)
On / Off (x2 ~ x10)
On / Off
On / Off
On / Off
On / Off
RS - 485 (Baudrate 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600bps selectable)
Samsung Techwin Protocol, Pelco-D Protocol
-10°C ~ +50°C / 30% ~ 80% RH
C / CS Mount
Manual
65.8(W)X60.6(H)X101.9(D)mm
315g
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535g
Application of Council Directive(s)
89 / 336 / EEC
Manufacturer's Name SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD
Manufacturer's Address
SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD
42, SUNGJU-DONG CHANGWON-CITY,
KYUNGNAM, KOREA, 641-716
European Representative Name
European Representative Address
Equipment Type/Environment CCTV Camera
Model Name SHC-735
Beginning Serial NO. S7090001
Year of Manufacture 2008. 02. 01
Conformance to EN 50081-1 : 1992
EMC-Directive 89/336 EEC and 92/31/EEC
EN 50130-4 : 1996
We, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above conforms
to the above Directive(s).
Manufacturer SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD Legal Representative in Europe
Signature Signature
Full Name BONJENG GU
Full Name Position QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER Position Place CHANGWON, KOREA
Place
Date 2008. 02. 01
Date
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