ePapyrus PDF Document
Speco Internet Protocol (SIP) Series
Camera Instruction Manual
(Version 1.4.6)
SIP Weatherproof Bullet Cameras
SIPB1 & SIPB2 & SIPWDRB2 & SIPB6
SIP Tamperproof Weatherproof Dome Cameras
SIPD3 & SIPD4 & SIPD7 & SIPDP7
SIP Traditional Camera
SIPT5
SIP Focus Free Weatherproof Cameras
SIPB1FFi & SIPD3FFi
SIP Weatherproof Speed Dome Cameras
SIPSD10X & SIPSD37X
SIP Megapixel Cameras
SIPMPB(VF) & SIPMPD(VF) & SIPMPT(ICR)
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Speco Technologies
200 New Hwy, Amityville, NY 11701
800-645-5516
www.specotech.com
Table of Contents
1.
FEATURES....................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1 Package ..................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Dimension and Connector Description ..................................................................... 1-2
2.
1.2.1
Dimensions ....................................................................................................................1-2
1.2.2
Connector Description .................................................................................................1-12
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................ 2-14
2.1 Minimum System Requirements .......................................................................... 2-14
2.2 Preparation before setup ...................................................................................... 2-15
2.2.1
2.3
Configuring the IP device ................................................................................. 2-20
2.3.1
Video Display ..............................................................................................................2-22
2.3.2
Host Setting .................................................................................................................2-24
2.3.3
WAN Setting ...............................................................................................................2-26
2.3.4
Date Setting .................................................................................................................2-29
2.3.5
Video Setting ...............................................................................................................2-31
2.3.6
Video Adjustment ........................................................................................................2-34
2.3.7
Camera Setup ...............................................................................................................2-36
2.3.8
Event ............................................................................................................................2-38
2.3.9
User Account Management .........................................................................................2-43
2.3.10
System Info ..................................................................................................................2-44
2.3.11
Firmware Upgrade .......................................................................................................2-46
2.3.12
Factory Default ............................................................................................................2-48
2.3.13
Save Reboot .................................................................................................................2-49
2.3.14
Logout..........................................................................................................................2-50
2.4
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Setup your PC network ................................................................................................2-15
OSD Setting ....................................................................................................... 2-51
2.4.1
OSD Menu Tree ( for SIP-B1(FFI)/B2/D3(FFI)/D4/T5/ )...........................................2-51
2.4.2
OSD Menu Tree (SIPWDRB2 Only) ..........................................................................2-52
2.4.3
OSD Menu Setting.......................................................................................................2-53
2.4.4
Operating Camera OSD Menu(for SIP-B1(FFI)/B2/D3(FFI)/D4/T5 ) ...........................2-55
2.4.5
Operating Camera OSD Menu (SIPWDRB2 only) .....................................................2-59
2.4.6
Operating Camera OSD Menu (SIPSD10X only) .......................................................2-62
2.4.7
PROTOCOL (SIPSD10X only) ...................................................................................2-80
3.
2.4.8
BAUD RATE SETTING (SIPSD10X only)................................................................2-80
2.4.9
Operating Camera OSD Menu (SIPSD37X only) .......................................................2-81
2.4.10
DIP Switch Setup (SIPSD37X only) .........................................................................2-102
APPENDIX ................................................................................................... 3-104
3.1 Specification ......................................................................................................... 3-104
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3.1.1
SIP Camera Series .....................................................................................................3-104
3.1.2
SIPMP Camera Series................................................................................................3-118
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1.
1.1
FEATURES
Package
SIP/SIPMP Camera
Cross LAN Cable
Software Software CD
Accessory Pack
Quick Install Guide
Power Lead Cable
Package of Products is composed of the main body of the camera, Software CD (NVR
Program, Product Manual, NVR Manual), Quick Install Guide, Cross LAN Cable,
Accessory Pack, Power Lead Cable.
Please check before starting installation.
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1.2
Dimension and Connector Description
1.2.1
1.
Dimensions
SIPB1 & SIPB2 & SIPWDRB2
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
1-2
2.
①
SIPB1FFi
②
③
④
⑤
⑧
⑦
⑥
⑬
1-3
3.
SIPD3 & SIPD4 & SIPD7 & SIPD3FFi
①
◎
②
③
◎
SIPD3, SIPD4
⑥
⑧
⑦
◎SIPD3FFI
⑥
1-4
⑦
⑬
④
⑧
⑤
SIPD7
⑥
⑦
4.
SIPDP7
①
②
③
⑥
1-5
④
⑤
⑦
5.
SIPT5
⑧
④
③
②
⑨
⑥
①
1-6
⑤
6.
SIPB6
①
②
③
⑦
1-7
④
⑥
⑤
7.
SIPSD10X
②
③
⑤
④
①
⑩
⑥
1-8
8.
SIPSD37X
118.6
80
100
4- 8
276.6
138.6
296
⑥
⑩
⑤
②③
①④
Sensor I/O Port
(No Network support)
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9.
①
SIPMPB & SIPMPBVF
②
③
⑤
⑥
1-10
⑪
10. SIPMPD & SIPMPDVF
①
②
③
⑤
⑥
1-11
11. SIPMPT & SIPMPT5ICR
②
⑫
⑤
③ ⑨
⑥
1.2.2
①
②
③
④
①
Connector Description
12 Volts DC Power Input
Audio Output
Audio Input : The SIP Camera supports one audio input and output
Video Output : The SIP Camera supports one analog video output with
BNC connector.(** Not available on the megapixel series)
⑤ Ethernet Port : Standard RJ45 connector. Supporting POE. (** Built-in
Power Over Ethernet except the SIPSD10X/SIPSD37X speed domes)
⑥ Reset Button (** Please open the case for the Bullet / Dome type camera )
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Step 1 : Switch off SIP Camera by disconnecting the power cable.
Step 2 : Using a suitable pointed object, press and continue to hold the Reset
Button. While continuing to hold the reset button, reconnect the power cable.
Step 3 : Keep holding the reset button for 6 seconds, release the reset button.
The unit will start up with factory default settings.
⑦ Video test port : Second Video Test output
⑧ OSD control joystick .(** Not available on the SIPB6/SDIPD7)
⑨ Action LED Indicator : The LED will light up after SIP Camera has
successfully completed the boot process.
⑩ DIP Switch (Baud rate & Address setting) :
Please refer to the [2.4.7],[2.4.8],[2.4.10] for more descriptions
⑪ LED Light level controller
⑫ Digital Input / Transistor Output
⑬ Pan Focus Control joystick
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INSTALLATION
2.
2.1
Minimum System Requirements
CPU
Pentinum 4 2.4GHz and above
Hard Disk
40 GB or above
Memory
256 MB or above
Operating System
Windows XP with SP2 or above
Video Resolution
SVGA or XGA with 1024x768 resolution
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2.2
Preparation before setup
To configure your IP device, you have to use Internet Explorer to log in.
Before that, your PC’s network settings and the IP device’s IP address must
be set up. Make sure all the connections are connected correctly, and then
follow the procedures below.
1.
Setup your PC network
You have to match your PC’s TCP/IP setting with the IP device’s
default settings before you can use IE browser to login it. This section
tells you how to setup your PC’s TCP/IP settings.
2.
Setup IP device’s IP address
This IP device’s IP address can be setup manually or automatically by
network service (DHCP). If it acquires the IP address by using the
DHCP service, please use the IP utility software bundled in the product
CD to search all the IP devices’ IP address.
2.2.1
Setup your PC network
To set up the network of IP device via a PC, you have to change the TCP/IP
settings of the PC.
The following are the default network settings of IP device.
IP Address: 192.168.0.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
To access the IP device, the IP address of the PC should match the address
below.
IP Address: 192.168.0.xxx
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
NOTE: xxx should be a number from 1 to 254, but 100 is excepted.
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The procedure below is the setup procedure of a PC using Windows XP as
its OS. When running an OS other than Windows XP, please refer to the
manual included with the OS.
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STEP 1
Start up your PC.
STEP 2
Click the [Start] and select the "Control Panel"
STEP 3
Double-click the "Network and Internet connections" icon.
STEP 4
Double-click the "Network connections" icon
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STEP 5
Click “Local Area Connections”, and then click “Change settings of
this connection” in the network Task menu.
STEP 6
Click “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)”, and then click the [Properties]
button.
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STEP 7
Click the “Use the following IP address” radio button and enter the IP
address and the subnet mask.
Please set the settings as below.
IP address: 192.168. 0.xxx
Subnet mask: 255.255.255. 0
(NOTE: xxx should be a number
from 1 to 254, but 100 is
excepted.)
STEP 8
Click the [OK] button and the window dialog box closes.
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2.3
Configuring the IP device
This section describes how to configure the IP device. The product
administrator has unlimited access to all setup windows and normal users
can only watch the live image. The IP device is configured under a
standard browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or above).
Follow the procedures below to configure the IP device.
STEP 1: Open a browser
STEP 2: Enter the IP address of the IP device.
The default IP address is “192.168.0.100”
The “Login Page” is now displayed as below.
STEP 3: Enter the Account name (factory default: Admin) and the
Password (factory default: 123456).
NOTE: Internet Explorer of 6.0 or above is highly recommended. If you
don’t have the it, please download it from
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/downloads/default.mspx
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STEP 4: Select the language of the IP device user interface. You can
select from English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Japanese,
Spanish, Italian, German, Portuguese,Czech and French. This user
interface setting will disappear once you log out, if you want to change
the default user interface language, please change the setting of [Host
setting] after login successed.
STEP 5: Click the
to re-enter again.
button to login or click the
button
Once successfully login, the “Video Display page” will be displayed
as below.
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2.3.1
Video Display
This section tells you how to view live images via Internet Explorer.
STEP 1: Click the [Video Display] on the “Main Setup page”.
The “Video Display page” is displayed as below.
STEP 2: Check the
[MPEG4/MJPEG] to select the Compression
type. Once selected, the video server/IP camera will start to stream
with new compression type.
[Scale Down] checkbox to scale down the
STEP 3: Click the
SXGA(1280x1024)/720P(1280x720) to VGA resolution.
STEP 4: Check the
[Mute] checkbox to mute or display audio
from the video server/IP camera.
STEP 5: Click the
[Audio Out] checkbox to enable/disable audio
transmission from this PC to IP device’s audio out and change audio
out volume. Ex: while this function enabled you can talk to the people
at the IP device site.
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STEP 6: Click the
[DO1] Button of trigger / dis-trigger DO
function by DO1.
STEP 7: Click the
[DO2] Button of trigger / dis-trigger DO
function by DO2.
STEP 8: Click the
Setup page”.
[Quit] to exit the live view and return to “Main
NOTE: If the streaming is disabled, you cannot see the live images
here.
NOTE: Be sure to set the Network Connections Type to Auto
Negotiation to respective apparatus connected to this IP device via
network. Otherwise, the maximum transmission performance might
not be achieved. This is because the IP device follows MII standard.
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2.3.2
Host Setting
This section tells you how to setup IP device’s host settings and LAN
settings.
STEP 1: Click the [Host Setting] on the “Main Setup page”.
The “Host setting page” is displayed as below.
STEP 2: Configure these settings with reference to the table below. If you
are still unsure what to set, contact your system administrator.
■Host Setting
Parameters
Host name
Language
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Description
Enter a host name, and this host name will be shown when you
use the IP utility or the SDK to search for the IP device.
Select the language of default user-interface. Each user login
will see the default user-interface first.
■Network link speed & duplex
Parameters
WAN port
Description
This item lets you select the network transmission speed of
WAN port. You can select from
1. Auto detect (default setting)
2. 100Mbps / Full duplex
3. 100Mbps / Half duplex
4. 10Mbps / Full duplex
5. 10Mbps / Half duplex
■Port Mapping
Parameters
TOS (type of
service)
TOS priority
Description
Select whether to add the TOS tag onto the streaming data.
Streaming data with a higher priority TOS tag will be transmitted
first while compared with other data to be transmitted.
Select the TOS tag’s priority to be added onto the streaming.
You can select between
1. Normal-Service
2. Minimize-Cost
3. Maximize-Reliability
4. Maximize-throughout
5. Minimize-Delay
■ToS (Type of Service)
Parameters
Description
HTTP port
Select the port for this IP device to use HTTP protocol.
Search server
port1
Search server
port2
Select the port1 for this IP device to support search function of
the application program (e.g. IP utility).
Select the port2 for this IP device to support search function of
the application program (e.g. IP utility).
STEP 3: Click the
[Apply] button of each setting to confirm the
settings or click the
[Reset] button to re-enter the parameters.
NOTE: Once finished all settings, be sure to click the [Save Reboot]
button, otherwise, some settings won’t take effect.
NOTE: Check with your system administrator, if Client PC and IP device
are setting in different VLANs, please connect to WAN port.
NOTE: Be sure to set the Network Connections Type to Auto
Negotiation to respective apparatus connected to this IP device via
network. Otherwise, the maximum transmission performance might not
be achieved. This is because the IP device follows MII standard.
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2.3.3
WAN Setting
This section tells you how to setup IP device’s WAN, DNS server and
DDNS server settings.
STEP 1: Click the [WAN Setting] on the “Main Setup page”.
The “WAN setting page” is displayed as below
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STEP 2: Configure these settings with reference to the table below. If
you are still unsure what to set, contact your system administrator.
■WAN Setting
Parameters
Dynamic IP
address
Description
Click this to enable IP device’s DHCP function.
It will acquire its WAN port IP address from a DHCP server
within the same network. (You must have a DHCP server in
order to enable this function.)
Click this to manually enter the IP device WAN port IP
address.
IP address: Enter the WAN port IP address.
Static IP
Subnet mask: Enter the subnet mask of WAN port. If
IP address is changed, adjust the subnet mask
accordingly.
address
ISP gateway: Enter the IP address of the gateway
(the router).
Click this when you connect IP device directly to the xDSL
modem.
User name: Enter the user name of your xDSL
account.
PPPoE
Password: Enter the password of your xDSL
account.
Note: You have to click the [Save Reboot] after you click the
[Apply button] to let this IP device start xDSL connections.
■DNS server Setting
Parameters
Primary DNS
server
Secondary DNS
server
Description
Defines the IP address of the primary DNS server. This is used
for identifying this computer by name instead of IP address.
The IP address of the secondary DNS server. It will be used
once the primary DNS server fails.
■DDNS server Setting
Parameters
DDNS type
Service ISP
Host name
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Description
Click this to enable IP device’s DDNS function.
DDNS function enables user to connect to this IP device by
domain name even if its IP address is not static.
Click one of the DDNS service providers.
You can visit their website to get a DDNS service account for
this IP device.
Enter the host name of your DDNS service account. (ex:
xxxx.dyndns.org)
User name
Enter the user name to login your DDNS service account.
Password
Enter the password to login your DDNS service account.
STEP 3: Click the
settings or click the
[Apply] button of each setting to confirm the
[Reset] button to re-enter the parameters.
NOTE: Check with your system administrator, if Client PC and IP
device are setting in different VLANs, please connect to WAN port.
NOTE: Once finished all settings, be sure to click the [Save Reboot]
button, otherwise, some settings won’t take effect.
NOTE: Be sure to set the Network Connections Type to Auto
Negotiation to respective apparatus connected to this IP device via
network. Otherwise, the maximum transmission performance might not
be achieved. This is because the IP device follows MII standard.
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2.3.4
Date Setting
This section tells you how to setup IP device’s date and time settings.
STEP 1: Click the [Date Setting] on the “Main Setup page”.
The “Date setting page” is displayed as below
STEP 2: Configure these settings with reference to the table below. If
you are still unsure what to set, contact your system administrator.
■Date Setting
Parameters
SNTP/NTP
server
Description
Click this to enable IP device’s SNTP/NTP function.
SNTP/NTP function enables this video to synchronize its time
settings with a SNTP/NTP server. You can use this function to
make sure all your IP devices’ time is the same. Additionally,
with our embedded digital-time-code in the streaming, you can
tell the event sequence accurately.
IP address: Enter the IP address of the SNTP/NTP
server.
Sync time: Select the time interval for this IP device
to synchronize its time.
Click this to manually setup the date & time.
Set manually
Date : Select the date
Time: Select the time
Time zone
Day Light Saving
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Select the time zone offset for local settings
Select Type 1 to specify daylight saving time by week
number in a month; select Type 2 to specify daylight saving
time by date.
Start Time : Select the daylight savings start time.
End Time : Select the daylight savings end time.
STEP 3: Click the
[Apply] button of each setting to confirm the
settings or click the
[Reset] button to re-enter the parameters.
NOTE: Once finished all settings, be sure to click the [Save Reboot]
button, otherwise, some settings won’t take effect.
Manually set date and time will be gone, if power off.
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2.3.5
Video Setting
This section tells you how to setup IP device’s video and streaming settings.
Click the [Video Setting] on the “Main Setup page”.
STEP 1:
The “Video setting page” is displayed as below
■Video setting
Parameters
Camera name
Description
The camera name is reserved for customer use.
Select the streaming mode.
1. TCP only
2. Multicast only
Streaming Method
3. RTP Over UDP
4. RTP Over Multicast
5. RTP Over UDP & Multicast
RTSP Authen
Checkbox to enable RTP streaming’s Account/Password
authentication.
Enable
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RTP B2 Frame
Enable
Checkbox to enable the B2 frame in RTP streaming
Audio
Select enable or disable the audio function.
Input Sensitivity
Select HIGH or LOW of the audio input sensitivity
Multicast IP
Select the multicast IP. Default settings is 228.5.6.1
Multicast TTL
Select the multicast TTL. Default setting is 255.
IGMP
Select video type connected to the video-in of this IP
device. If you use an incorrect video type, some images
might be lost.
Resolution
Select the video resolution of the IP device.
Select the frame rate mode.
Constant: The streaming’s frame rate remains
constant at all conditions.
Frame rate mode
Variable: The streaming’s frame rate will variants
according to the images variability to keep the
image quality good.
Frame rate
Encoder Type
Video Bitrate
Mode
Video Maximum
Bitrate
Bitrate
Serial Port Baud
Rate
Select the frame rate of the video streaming.
Select the encoder’s compression type.
1. MPEG4
2. MJPEG
Select the video bitrate mode.
Constant Bit Rate: The streaming’s bitrate remains
constant at all conditions.
Variable Bit Rate: The streaming’s bitrate will
variants according to the images variability to keep the
image quality good.
Select the Maximum bitrate of the video straming.
Designating a limited bit rate may reduce frame
rate. Doing so will also disable Bit Rate setting below.
Select the bit rate of the video streaming. You can select
from 28Kbps to 3Mbps.
Note: Lower bit rate consumes less bandwidth but
delivers lower quality images.
High bit rate consumes more bandwidth but delivers
higher quality images.
Select the Baud Rate setting of serial port.
Serial Port Control Select the Control setting of serial port.
RTSP port
Select the port for this IP device to support RTSP
Video RTP Over
Multicast
Audio RTP Over
Multicast
Enable/disable the multicast video streaming via RTP
protocol
Enable/disable the multicast audio streaming via RTP
protocol
Select the port for this IP device to support video control
Video control port
function of the application program.
Video streaming Select the port for this IP device to support video
streaming function of the application program.
port (TCP Only)
Video multicast
Select the port for this IP device to support video multicast
function of the application program.
port (Multicast
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Only)
STEP 3: Click the
settings or click the
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[Apply] button of each setting to confirm the
[Reset] button to re-enter the parameters.
2.3.6
Video Adjustment
This section tells you how to adjust the streaming video.
STEP 1: Click the [Video Adjust] on the “Main Setup page”.
The “Video adjust page” is displayed as below
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STEP 2: Set the
checkbox to enable motion detection function.
STEP 3: Set the
sensitivity of motion detection windows.
STEP 4: Set the
interval time of motion detection. . Within the
interval time after the motion event is triggered, no motion event will
be triggered.
STEP 5: Set the
STEP 6: In motion activity window
, the bar shows the motion
activity status. You can also see the trigger threshold (Red line). When
the motion activity exceeds the trigger threshold, the bar would
become red to indicates an motion event is triggered. While viewing at
trigger threshold of motion detection windows.
the motion activity window, you can adjust the motion sensitivity (for
more or less activities to be triggered) and the threshold (for how much
activity would trigger a motion event. If you are not sure, recommend
you to set
a. Sensitivity: 80, Threshold: 2~5
(for normal environment)
b. Sensitivity: 80, Threshold: 5~10 (for very noisy environment)
STEP 7: When satisfied with the motion settings, click the
[Apply]
STEP 8: Adjust the video by changing the value of
“Brightness”,
“Saturation” and
“Contrast”. See the images displayed above
for the effect of the current setting.
STEP 9: When satisfied with the video settings, click the
button of each setting to confirm the settings or click the
[Apply]
[Reset]
NOTE: Once finished all settings, be sure to click the [Save Reboot]
button, otherwise, some settings won’t take effect.
NOTE: You may find a support package for helping you on better
video quality adjustment. Please visit our web site, and get the
support document TS-00103.
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2.3.7
Camera Setup
This section tells you how to adjust the camera.
STEP 1: Click the [Camera Setup] on the “Main Setup page”.
The “Camera Setup page” is displayed as below
■Camera setting
Parameters
Description
Video Flipping
Checkbox to flip the video.
Video Mirror
Checkbox to mirror the video.
Lens
Compensation
NightTime Gain
Threshold
Checkbox to load the best video setting for bundled lens.
Select the nighttime gain threshold.
Select the white balance mode. After you set the
White Balance
Mode
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parameter, you need to wait for 5~10seconds to see the
final result.
1. AUTO : Auto white balance (default)
2. INDOOR1: Select the indoor white balance profile
1.
3. INDOOR2: Select the indoor white balance profile
2.
4. OUTDOOR1: Select the outdoor white balance
profile 1.
5. OUTDOOR2: Select the outdoor white balance
profile 2
6. HOLD CURRENT: Select this to let the IP
camera automatically obtain a best white balance
setting according to current environment. The IP
camera will use this setting to adjust color.
NOTE: This setting will be lost after you
reboot the camera.
7. MANUAL: Select this to enable manual setting of
the white balance. You will need to enter the R
Gain and B gain setting below.
R Gain
(Manual White balance
mode only)
B Gain
(Manual White balance
mode only)
Exposure mode
Exposure Gain
Shutter Speed
AGC Gain
(In auto Exposure
mode only)
Maximum Auto
Shutter Speed
(In auto Exposure
mode only)
Add or decrease blueness to the video when under
Manual White Balance mode. (This function is only
available in Manual White balance mode.)
Select exposure mode to auto or manual.
- Auto: The IP camera will adjust the exposure
automatically.
- Manual: (In Manual White balance mode only)
Manually select the Exposure Gain and Shutter
Speed below.
Select the exposure Gain of the IP camera. The higher the
value = brighter images.
Increase or decrease the shutter speed. The closer the
number is to 1, the better nighttime performance is,
although this also causes motion blur to the video.
When exposure mode is auto, IP camera will adjust its
shutter speed according to AGC gain and the Maximum
auto shutter speed. Higher AGC gain = brighter images.
When exposure mode is auto, IP camera will adjust its
shutter speed according to AGC gain and the Maximum
auto shutter speed. This setting is to set the maximum
shutter speed range of this camera.
Flickless Mode
Change settings between 60Hz or 50Hz, depending on
the AC power type of your region.
STEP 2: Click the
[Apply] button of each setting to confirm the
settings or click the
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Add or decrease redness to the video when under Manual
White Balance mode. (This function is only available in
Manual White balance mode.)
[Reset] button to re-enter the parameters.
2.3.8
Event
This section describes how to setup the Event Handler, which deals with
how th IP device respond to situations. Each IP device can have a maximum of
10 Event Rules. Each role includes one single trigger, and one or many responses.
Serveral types of responses are available. And there are multiple external servers
for the device to interact with.
When setting up Event Handdler, there are three types of settings.
Event Server, Event Configuration and Event Rules
Event Servers:
Event servers define whom the device may interact with. They can be other servers or
devices on the network, or even the camera itself. Event Configuration sets up a list of what
to tell the other party during interactions. Event list lays down the rules and conditions
about when to initiate which responses from which triggers. The options available for Event
rules are selected from the event servers and event configurations.
Event servers are classified as FTP servers,
SMTP servers and HTTP CGI servers.
FTP servers can receive snapshot or video
uploads that are issued as part of the
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response from event handlers. You may setup one FTP server.
SMTP Servers can send email upon
request from the IP device. The email
can be a simple subject and text email,
or attached with snapshot / video. You
may setup two SMTP servers. The
device will first attempt to send the
message via the Primary email SMTP
server. If the first attempt fails (after the
Max connecting time), then the device will attempt to send via the secondary SMTP
server. If the device sends an email successfully via the primary SMTP server, then it
will not use the secondary SMTP server.
HTTP CGI servers are programs
that run on web sites or many
devices. They can be custom
programmed to perform a large
variety of actions based upon the
input. You can define which CGI
server to connect to here, and the
user / password required to log into
the target server. The actual message / command is setup in the Notification messages
/ URL commands section. You may define two separate CGI servers.
IP devices are also CGI servers. This means that IP devices can now issue commands
to each other, which creates endless possibilities for highly coordinated response. The
IP device can also give a loopback command to itself, in effect changing almost all
possible settings dynamically.
To setup HTTP CGI servers, make sure to enable the HTTP CGI server, enter the user
name, the password, Network address, port number and Max connection time before
timeout ( in seconds). Click [Apply] to use these settings or click [Reset] to clear
changes.
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Event Configuration
Event configurations are the responses that are performed when an event is triggered.
For most types of responses, you can create several different preset responses, then
mix and match in event rules. Some responses are not supported in all IP devices (e.g.:
DO, PTZ). Event Motion Detection profile is also a triggerable response, but the
parameters are defined through the Video Adjust page, not in the Event page.
The configurable responses are classified as Digital I/O ports, Notification messages,
Upload Image / Snapshot, Send URL Commands and go to PTZ Presets.
Event Rules
You may define a maximum of 10
Event rules, which will be shown
in abbreviated form in the Event
List panel. It will display under
each Event ID the days of the
week it will be active, the start time, duration of the active period, the type of the
source of trigger, and the actions used in the response. If the row is greyed out, this
means the rule is currently not enabled and stays inactive.
There are several parts to the Event rule:
When is it active:
You may choose to enable the rule or
not. The settings will be kept in internal
memory even if the event rule is
disabled. Select the days in a weekly
cycle in which this rule and schedule is
active.
Determine the start time and duration of the active period. For example, a rule that
lets motion detection trigger snapshot uploads to FTP would only take place after
19:00 each day for 12 hours. Outside of this time the rule will not be active.
How is it triggered:
Events may be triggered by several sources:
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Schedule: The event will start at the start time noted in the weekly scheduler, and end after
the duration is reached. The active period and the triggered period are one and the same.
DI: For selected models only, the IP device may be triggered by Digital Input.
Motion: You may trigger the event if one or many Motion Detection regions encounter a
motion trigger. Trigger from any of them will initiate the event. The duration of event will be
the same as the MD trigger length, or the Trigger interval time, defined in the Motion
Detection section on Video Adjust page.
Video Loss: This is available for video servers only. When the analog video in is lost, the
video state will become “lost”, and return to “normal” only until the device receives analog
video signal. A common scenario is for the Video Server to send an email to the
administrator when video is lost, and activate DO signal to alarm that persists until the
analog signal is restored.
Switch to Night mode: This is available to selected models only. When camera changes
between day and night mode the embedded event handler will notice this change and may
act upon this information.
What responses will occur:
Digital Output (selected models only): This is a useful link to other devices. Click to include
this in the response for this rule.
Send notification Message: Select from the three pre-defined messages which you’ve setup
in the Event Configuration section. You may enable multiple messages at the same time. For
sending Email, please limit the recipient to one per event rule. If you need to send email to
more than one recipient, please use separate event rules triggered by the same trigger.
Upload video/snapshots: Select which of the event configurations to include in this
response set. If you are sending email via upload video and sending notification message at
the same time, the system will automatically merge the two emails into one. The subject and
image will be based upon if the Upload snapshot Event configuration is enabled. The
message in the body text will be based upon the Notification messages.
In general, please stick to the “one email per event rule” limit for best performance.
Change Motion Detection profile: This will switch the profile of the selected Motion
Detection region from Runtime profile to Event profile. The profile will return to runtime
settings at the end of this event. You may program one motion detection region to be
disabled at runtime, but enable it with event handler under some circumstances.
Change Day/Night Mode (Selected models only): For some models, you may force the
Camera into Day or Night mode. The camera will return to its previous setting (whether auto
or forced day/ night) upon the end of the event.
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Send URL command: Select the URL command to include in the response set. Two different
commands will be sent at the time when the event is triggered and untriggered.
Be sure to do Save and Reboot after you’ve updated the event settings. Only then
will the settings be committed to physical memory. You may lose the settings to
power loss or other situations if you do not do this step.
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2.3.9
User Account Management
This section tells you how to setup accounts.
STEP 1: Click the [User account] on the “Main Setup page”.
The “Account management page” is displayed as below
STEP 2: Setup the account names and their respective passwords.
There are 1 root (administrator) account and 10 common user
accounts. Administrator account allows the user to watch the live view
and setup everything; but common user account allows user only to
watch the live image.
STEP 3: Click the
settings or click the
[Apply] button of each setting to confirm the
[Reset] button to re-enter the parameters.
NOTE: Once finished all settings, be sure to click the [Save Reboot]
button, otherwise, some settings won’t take effect.
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2.3.10 System Info
This section tells you how to see the system information of this IP device
including system information, WAN status and system log.
STEP 1: Click the [System info] on the “Main Setup page”.
The “System information page” is displayed as below
STEP 2: View the information at the 3 columns. This information is
very useful to understand the IP device status and to resolve any
problem that might occur.
■System info
Column
System info
WAN status
System log
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Description
It shows the firmware version, MAC address, production ID, and
factory default type of IP device.
It shows the WAN port’s IP address, netmask, gateway, DNS
server, DDNS host and connection status.
It shows the system event. This column is very useful to as a
diagnostic tool.
STEP 3: Click
[Parameter List] where you may see all configurations
of the IP device.
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STEP 4: Click
[Server Report] to export related information of the IP
device while reporting a support to your support channel.
2.3.11 Firmware Upgrade
This section tells you how to see update IP device’s firmware. You can
always visit our web site for the latest firmware.
STEP 1: Click the [Firmware] on the “Main Setup page”.
The “Firmware upgrade page-1” is displayed as below
[Apply] button. The ‘’firmware upgrade page-2”
STEP 2: Click
will be displayed as below.
■Date Setting
Parameters
Firmware
images file
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Description
You can upload the firmware images here.
Click the [browse] to select the an image file and click the
[enter].
You can always get the latest version at our website.
MD5 file
You can upload the MD5 file here.
Click the [browse] to select an MD5 file and click the [enter].
You can always get the latest version at our website.
NOTE: The version of the firmware image and the MD5 file to be
uploaded must be the same, otherwise, the firmware upgrading will
fail and the IP device will continue using previous firmware version.
STEP 3: Click the
[Upload] button to start upgrading, or click the
[Reset] to re-select the files, or select
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to cancel the process.
STEP 4: The upgrade process window shows a progress bar indicating
upgrade status. When the upgrading is completed, the system will
reboot.
2.3.12 Factory Default
This section tells you how to see load IP device’s factory default setting.
STEP 1: Click the [Factory Default] on the “Main Setup page”.
The “Factory default setting page” is displayed as below
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STEP 2: Click the [Apply] button to go to loading confirmation page
or click the [Reset] button to exit to previous page.
STEP 3: A confirmation page will be displayed. Click the [Save
Reboot] button to start loading factory default settings.
2.3.13 Save Reboot
This section tells you how to save all the settings and reboot this IP device.
This is critical because some settings might not take effect before save and
reboot.
STEP 1: Click the [Save and reboot] on the “Main Setup page”.
The “Save and reboot page” is displayed as below.
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STEP 2: The Action LED indicator will light down to indicate that the
IP device is rebooting. After around 30 seconds, the Action LED will
light up again to indicate that the reboot is completed.
2.3.14 Logout
This section tells you how to logout the IP device. Be sure to logout this IP
device once your setting is completed.
STEP 1: Click the [Logout] on the “Main Setup page”.
You will logout and return to the “Login Page” displayed as below.
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4 OSD Setting
2.4.1
OSD Menu Tree ( for SIP-B1(FFI)/B2/D3(FFI)/D4/T5 )
ADJUST LENS
DC IRIS
INTENSIFIER
E SHUTTER
AUTO GAIN
INTENSIFY
RETURN
COLOR TEMP
ATW
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
AWC SET
WDR SET
SLC
HLC
OFF
SPECO DNR
ON
OFF
DAY & NIGHT
COLOR
B/W
AUTO
TWEAK VIDEO
STILL PIX
V-REVERSE
H-REVERSE
DIGI-ZOOM
CLARITY
RETURN
PAGE 2
CAM TITLE
SYNC TYPE
V MOTION
PRIVACY
STABILIZE
LANGUAGE
DEFAULTS
PAGE 1
EXIT
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MANUAL
2.4.2
OSD Menu Tree (SIPWDRB2 Only)
SPECO MAIN MENU
PRESETS
DEFAULT / INDOOR / OUTDOOR / CUSTOM
SET UP ID
DISPLAY ID : (OFF / ON)
CAMERA ID : 8 CHARACTER
ID POSITION : (UP-LEFT / UP-CENTER / UP-RIGHT –
DOWN – LEFT / DOWN RIGHT
LENS SELECT
DC
MANUAL
WDR
AUTO
OFF
MANUAL : (WDR BIAS Range -20 to 20 / WDR RANGE 0 to 36)
WB CONTROL
ATW(Range 2K~11K)
AWB
MANUAL (Range 2K ~11K)
LOW LIGHT
SLOW SHUTTER : (SHUTTER LIMIT Range OFF~X32 /
AGC CONTROL Range 0 to 60)
AUTO D/N
SPECIAL
VIDEO : (NTSC / PAL)
FLIP : (OFF / ON)
SYNC : (L,LOCK / INT / INT2)
BACK LIGHT : (OFF / ON : BACK LIGHT ZONES)
RESOLUTION : (NORMAL / HIGH / C_NORMAL / C_HIGH)
COLOR MODE : (COLOR / B/W)
SHARPNESS : ON (Range -8 to 8) / OFF
EXIT MENU
EXIT NO CHANGE
SAVE NEW AND EXIT
RESTORE FACTORY SETTING
RELEASE VERSION
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2.4.3
OSD Menu Setting
There are three methods to enter the OSD of the SIP cameras.
1) When you control the OSD by using joystick on the camera, refer to the followings.
UP
R
I
G
H
T
L
E
F
T
DOWN
SETUP
2)When you control by the five keys on the NVR Software GUI refer to the following
OSD & SET (SIPWDRB2 ONLY)
* SIP WDR
Remember that when you do this, you must have the camera set up as a PTZ.
You can accomplish this by going into ActiveSetup then into the “PTZ” tab.
Change the Protocol to Pelco D at 9600 and apply changes.
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3)When you control the OSD by using the Stream Explorer GUI , refer to the
followings.
(for SIPB1/B2/D3/D4/T5, SIPB1FFI/ D3FFI, SIPWDRB2, SIPD10X/37X)
1. How to use
①
After you have entered your camera information
and connected to the camera,
②
Set the Vendor
“Pelco D”.
③
go to the PTZ page.
for “Pelco” and the protocol for
Make sure the baud rate is 9600.
In order to open the OSD, please press the button
according to camera type
Item
To Open OSD To confirm your selections and act as an “Enter” button
Remark
SIPB1
SIPB2
SIPD3
SIPD4
IRIS OPEN
IRIS OPEN
Intensifier2
SIPWDRB2
Focus In
Focus In
WDR
SIPSD10X
OSD ON
Direction Button
SIPSD37X
OSD ON
Focus In
SIPT5
SIPB1FFI
SIPD3FFI
PTZ
•
Important Notice*
- Please note that on the newest streaming explorer, v.2.1.04 ,
there is an added step that needs to be done before the initial connection to the stream.
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Users must now choose “ 1 for TCP Preview with control” in order for the button to work
when in all previous versions of streaming Explorer, “Control “was assumed.
-To activate the OSD for the SIPWDR Bullet camera, please press down “ Focus In button longer
3 seconds since it will take time to pop up the OSD menu.
about
2.4.4
Operating Camera OSD Menu
(For SIP-B1(FFI)/B2/D3(FFI) /D4 / T5 )
1. INTENSIFIER
[OPTION : E SHUTTER / AUTO GAIN / INTENSIFY / RETURN]
- E SHUTTER
* FLK - Flicker-less mode (FLK) reduces on-screen flickering.
* ESC - Electronic Shutter Control (AUTO) adjusts brightness
level on screen.
- AUTO GAIN
Adjusts value of AGC gain and increases the GAIN level to
brighten the picture. (noise / distortion may develop)
- INTENSIFY : Automatically provides a clear image under lowlight conditions. You can control the maximum low-light magnification
from 2x to 256x (increasing magnification may cause noise/distortion).
This function is deactivated when SHUTTER is set to FLK mode.
2. COLOR TEMP
[OPTIONS : ATW / INDOOR / OUTDOOR / AWC SET / MANUAL]
- ATW
Select Auto Tracking White Balance (ATW) when the color temp.
is 1800°K~10500°K.
- INDOOR
Select this when the color temp. is 4500°K~ 8500°K.
- OUTDOOR
Select this when the color temp. is 1800°K ~10500°K
- AWC SET
Set while pointing the camera towards a sheet of white paper.
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- Manual
It allows you to increase or decrease the red or blue factor on screen.
3. WDR SET
[OPTION : SLC / HLC / OFF]
- SLC (Speco Light Compensation)
Provides light level control to overcome severe back light conditions.
- HLC (High Light Compensation)
High Light Compensation removes the high light and makes it possible
to view the image clearly.
4. SPECO DNR
[OPTION : ON / OFF]
- Reduces noise/distortion on the screen.
Increasing the DNR level reduces noise but may introduce video artifacts.
DNR is deactivated if AGC is turned off.
5. DAY / NIGHT
[OPTION : COLOR / BW / AUTO]
- COLOR : Full time color mode
- BW : Full time black & white mode
- AUTO: Automatically detect color or black/white
6. TWEAK VIDEO
[OPTION : STILL PIX / V-REVERSE / H-REVERSE / DIGI-ZOOM /
CLARITY / RETURN]
- STILL PIX : Freezes the picture on the screen.
- V-REV : Flips the picture vertically on the screen.
- H-REV : Flips the picture horizontally on the screen.
- D-ZOOM : Digital zoom of 1 ~10X.
- CLARITY : Sharpen the image on screen, but excessive sharpening may
cause picture noise.
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- RETURN : Save the settings and return to the SETUP menu
7. CAM TITLE
[OPTION : ON / OFF]
- Display a name and/or number on the monitor.
8. SYNC TYPE
[OPTION : INT / LL]
- INTERNAL : When external line lock is not required.
- LINELOCK : Adjust the vertical phase (V-P) from 000~ 359 (factory
default is 0). This function is only available with 24VAC power.
9. V MOTION
[OPTION : ON / OFF]
- When movement is detected, camera sends a signal to an external alarm
device.
- SENSITIVITY : Select 8 different Motion Detection area. When sensitivity
number is high, it will recognize even small movement.
- AREA MODE : Activate or deactivate the selected area.
- SEL POS : Select setting point from 4 different points, Left-Top, Left
Bottom, Right-Top and Right-Bottom.
- YPOS : Move setting point to vertical direction.
- XPOS : Move setting point to horizontal direction.
- FILL SET : Fills selected area with proper color.
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10. PRIVACY
[OPTION : ON / OFF]
- Mask up to 8 areas of the screen.
- AREA SEL : Select up to 8 mask areas.
- AREA mode : Activate or deactivate the selected area.
- MASK COLOR : Select area color.
- TRANSP : Adjust the transparency of selected area.
- RETURN : Save the settings and return to the SPECIAL menu.
11. STABILIZE
[OPTION : ON / OFF]
- Reduces picture movement due to external factors.
12. LANGUAGE
[OPTION : English / Korean / Japanese / Spanish / French]
- Choose the language that should be displayed.
13. DEFAULTS
- Restore all factory default settings.
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2.4.5
Operating Camera OSD Menu (SIPWDRB2 only)
1. OSD MENU CONTROL
CENTER KEY - Used to access menu mode. Also used to confirm the setting
UP / DOWN KEY - Used to choose the desired menu selection.
LEFT / RIGHT KEY - Used to choose the desired menu feature adjustment.
2. OSD MENU ENTER / EXIT
A. OSD MENU ENTER
• Push Center Key for 2 seconds
B. OSD MENU EXIT
• Press EXIT Menu from Main Menu
• If Pressing Set Key for 2 seconds from Main Menu appears.
In this case, just press Set Key.
C. 'SAVE' and 'QUIT‘
• Left or Right Key - Selecting Menu
• Up or Down Key - Returning to Menu
2-1. Press the SET key to access the main setup mode.
2-2. Select the desired feature using the UP or Down key.
2-3. Change the status of the selected feature using the LEFT or RIGHT
key.
3. MAIN MENU
A. PRESETS
• DEFAULT : Optimized for normal scenes
• INDOOR : Optimized for indoor scenes with windows and/or glass
door to capture details both indoors and outdoors.
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• OUTDOOR : Optimized for sunny outdoor scene to capture detail
both in bright areas and shadows.
• CUSTOM : Change the value of the customer.
B. SETUP ID
• DISPLAY ID
- ON :The ID name will displayed in the monitor.
- OFF : The name will not displayed in the monitor.
• CAMERA ID : Enter up to 8 characteristic.
• ID POSITION : Select the screen position of the camera ID.
C. LENS
• DC : Use When using DC lens.
• MANUAL : Use When using Manual lens.
D. WDR
• WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) : You can adjust the desired WDR
BIAS from - 20 to 20 and WDR RANGE from 0 to 36
E. WB CONTROL
• ATW (Auto Tracking White Balance) : The camera automatically
control the white balance in any environment.
• AWB (Auto White Balance) : The white balance is automatically
adjusted in a specific environment.
• MANUAL : Users can adjust the colors by adding or reducing the WB
level. You can adjust the desired WB level from 2K to 11K
F. LOW LIGHT
• SLOW SHUTTER : Control Image brightness by adjusting shutter
speed. You can adjust the desired shutter speed from off to X32
- AGC : ON (You can adjust the desired AGC level from 0 to 60dB)
or OFF (Deactivate automatic gain control feature)
• AUTO D/N : AUTO DAY/NIGHT
G. SPECIAL
• VIDEO : NTSC or PAL SELECTION
• FLIP : HORIZONTAL REVERSE (OFF or ON)
• SYNC
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- INTERNAL : Internal synchronization
- INTERNAL2 : Internal synchronization (Color Rolling Mode)
- LINE LOCK : Phase adjustment may be necessary in multiple camera I
nstallations to prevent picture roll when switching between cameras
• BACK LIGHT : BACK LIGHT ADJUST or SELECT AREA
• RESOLUTION : Select Resolution of CCD or PIXIM
• COLOR MODE : COLOR or B/W SELECTION
• SHARPNESS : ON (You can adjust the desired Sharpness form -8 to 8)
or OFF
H. EXIT MENU
• EXIT NO CHANGES : No change
• SAVE NEW AND EXIT : Save change
• RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS : Factory default
• RELEASE VERSION
I. PREVIOUS PAGE
• PREVIOUS PAGE : Return page
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Once the data is captured in a Digital format, a variety of digital signal
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2.4.6
Operating Camera OSD Menu (SIPSD10X only)
MAIN MENU
DOME SETUP
CAMERA SET
AUTO SCAN
TOUR
PRAVACY
PATTERN
ALARM
SECTOR
EXIT
* Use the the five keys on the WebViewer GUI “up down” to move
the position and “left right” to make selection
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A.
Dome Setup
To enter Dome setup, use the five keys right to move when cursor on
dome setup.
DOME SET
CAMERA ID
:
CAM1□□□□□□□□□□□□
RECOVER
: OFF
MANUAL SPEED : 100°/S
AUTO FLIP
: OFF
ZOOM SPEED
: FAST
ALARM
: DISABLE
LANGUAGE : ENGLISH
[NEXT PAGE]
SAVE AND EXIT
EXIT
DEFAULT SETTING
A-1. DOME SET - CAMERA ID
To set camera ID, select up to 16 characters using five keys to the left or
right.
Press ZOOM TELE button to move to the next character from left to right
direction and
ZOOM WIDE button to move to the next character from right to left
direction (Space displays when
appears)
A-2. DOME SET - RECOVER
This feature allows the dome to work from the last setting before you use
the dome manually
(Auto scan, group tour, preset, pattern or sectors) , after the set time,
even power shut down and it turns on again. Recover time can be
programmed from 15 second to 99 seconds. The default setting is OFF.
A-3.
DOME SET - MANUAL SPEED
Manual Speed of Pan/Tilt is selectable from 100°/sec up to 150°/sec.
The default setting is 100°/sec
A-4.
DOME SET - AUTO FLIP
Auto Flip is available and the default setting is OFF.
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Move five keys
“right or left” to select ON or OFF. The default setting is OFF.
A-5.
DOME SET – ZOOM SPEED
Zoom speeds are selectable FAST or SLOW mode. Move five keys to
the right direction for selecting FAST or SLOW. The default setting is
FAST.
A-6.
DOME SET – ALARM
All alarms are available after set as ENABLE Mode. Move five keys to
right or left direction for selecting ENABLE/DISABLE. The default setting
is DISABLE.
A-7.
DOME SET – LANGUAGE
Multiple languages are selectable here including English, Italian and
Polish. Move five keys to the right or left direction to select language.
The default setting is ENGLISH.
A-8.
DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE]
DOME SET
SYSTEM LOCK: : OFF
[PASS WORD]
[OSD DISPLAY]
[SYSTEM STATUS]
[INITIALIZATION]
[PREVIOUS PAGE]
DEFAULT SETTING
A-8-1. DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – SYSTEM LOCK
Password protection provides keeping memorized data. It cannot be
adjusted by anybody without password. In order to enter [PASS WORD]
page, system lock status is must set as ON. Move five keys to right or left
direction to select ON. The default setting is OFF.
A-8-2. DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – [PASSWORD]
To enter this page to set a password, move five keys to the right direction.
The password must be set by preset number from 001 to 255 (Default
99)
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The default setting is BLANK.
ENTER PASSWORD
BY ENTERING PRESET CODE
PASSWORD ***
CONFIRM ***
Press any number from 001~255 with preset button on password blank
and again it on confirm blank. Then “CONFIRMED” is displayed on the
monitor and the menu will go back to the previous page automatically.
ENTER PASSWORD
BY ENTERING PRESET CODE
PASSWORD ***
CONFIRM ***CONFIRMED
<CONFIRMED>
ENTER PASSWORD
BY ENTERING PRESET CODE
PASSWORD ***
CONFIRM ***CANCELLED
<CANCELLED>
If user presses wrong preset number between PASSWORD and
CONFIRM, “CANCELLED” is displayed on the monitor and if user failed 3
times, the menu will return to the previous page automatically * After
setting a Password, an operator must press memorized password in
order to enter OSD MAIN MENU, or to change the data which is
memorized originally.
* An operator must remember the password for the operation.
Manufacturer does not provide a memorized password.
A-8-3. DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – [OSD DISPLAY]
OSD ID displayed after set ON in here and it can be hiding if selected
OFF. Move five keys to the right or left direction in order to select
OFF/ON when the cursor is located each item.
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OSD DISPLAY
CAMERA ID : OFF
PRESET ID : OFF
SECTOR ID : OFF
COORDINATE: ON
[PREVIOUS PAGE]
DEFAULT SETTING
A-8-4. DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – [SYSTEM STATUS]
This page shows the information of this camera.
SYSTEM STATUS
PROTOCOL : PELCO D, P
BAUD RATE : 9600 BPS
FIRMWARE VER. : 2.00
UPGRADED DATE : 06.07,22
CAMERA MODULE : SDM100
[PREVIOUS PAGE]
DEFAULT SETTING
- Protocol and baud rate are shown according to the dip switch setting
(Refer to page 29, 30 and 31)
- Firmware version and upgraded date will be changed if upgraded.
- Below camera modules can be set as follows.
SDM100 : SAMSUNG 10X ZOOM CAMERA MODULE.
EN300 : OPTICAL 3X MODULE (PAN FOCUS)
: Board Camera ( with Fixed Lens)
A-8-5. DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – [INITIALIZATION]
To clear all memorized data for tour, preset, sector, privacy or pattern,
move five keys to the right direction when the cursor is on
[INITIALIZATION]
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INITIALIZATION
[TOUR CLEAR]
[PRESET CLEAR]
[SECTOR CLEAR]
[PRIVACY CLEAR]
[PATTERN CLEAR]
[LOAD OPTIMIZED
DEFAULT]
[PREVIOUS PAGE]
- To clear memorize any data, move five keys to the right direction when
cursor is on each item.
TOUR CLEAR
TOUR CLEAR
ARE YOU SURE? YES NO
Press FOCUS NEAR button when the cursor is at YES in order to clear
memorized data. Then flickered each item such as tour, preset, sector
and so on is displayed on the monitor about 2~3 seconds. After this
process, the menu is returned to the previous page.
* [PRESET CLEAR], [SECTOR CLEAR], [PRIVACY CLEAR], [PATTERN
CLEAR] are same as [TOUR CLEAR].
LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULT
ALL DATA INITIALIZING
ARE YOU SURE? YES NO
- To clear all data and wants returning to factory default, move five keys
to the right direction when cursor is at [LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULT] to
enter the above page.
- Move five keys to the right or left direction in order to select YES, press
FOCUS NEAR button.
- Then “ALL DATA INITIALIZING” is displayed about 5~7 seconds and
then the menu is returned to the previous page automatically.
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A-9.
DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – SAVE AND EXIT
To saving the memorized data and escape this page, move five keys to
the right direction when cursor is at SAVE AND EXIT.
A-10.
DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – EXIT
In order not to save any data and wants to escape this page, move five
keys to the right direction when cursor is at EXIT
B. CAMERA SET
CAMERA SET
FLICKER
: OFF
MIRROR : OFF
APERTURE : 10
D ZOOM : OFF
WB MODE
: AWB MODE
PIC FLIP : OFF
BLC : OFF
D/N MODE : AUTO
DSS MODE : OFF
EXIT
<TS-PTZ10X>
B-1.
CAMERA SET
FLICKER
BLC
: OFF
EXIT
: OFF
< TS-PTZ3X >
CAMERA SET - FLICKERLESS
Flickerless feature is selected between 50Hz and 60Hz. The default
setting is OFF (NTSC: 60Hz / PAL: 50Hz). Set flicker mode ON when
power source is in discord with frequency. The default setting is OFF
B-2.
CAMERA SET - MIRROR
This feature shows left and right exchanged picture image like mirror.
The default setting is OFF.
(10X Zoom)
B-3.
CAMERA SET – APERTURE
Aperture enhances picture details by increasing gain of the caemra and
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sharpens the edges in the picture. The default seeting is 10. (the
aperture level is from 01 ~ 15)
(10X Zoom)
B-4.
CAMERA SET – D ZOOM
Move five keys to the right direction in order to set as ON, if Digital Zoom
is necessary at install field. The default setting is OFF.
(10X Zoom)
B-5.
CAMERA SET – WB MODE
White balance functions have 4 modes according to the condition of
exterior lighting. The default setting is AWB and it may change the mode
option accoding to the lighting conditions as below.
AWB Mode – 3,200°K to 6, 000°K (10X Zoom)
B-6.
Indoor – up to 3,200°K
Outdoor – up to 5,800°K
ATW Mode - 2,000°K to 10, 000°K
CAMERA SET – PIC FLIP
Picture flip feature provides the top and down exchanged picture image
horizontally. Move five keys to the right or left direction to select OFF/ON.
The default setting is OFF.
(10X Zoom)
B-7. CAMERA SET – BLC (Back Light Compensation)
The default setting is OFF and BLC modes can be OFF/ON.
OFF – Backlight compensation is not activated.
ON – Back light compensation is activated.
B-8. CAMERA SET – D/N MODE
ICR filter is changeable according to the lighting, AUTO – NIGHT
MODE – DAY MODE.
The default setting is AUTO MODE.
(10X Zoom)
B-9. CAMERA SET – DSS MODE (DIGITAL SLOW SHUTTER)
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If DSS turns on, digital slow shutter is working. Per second, the electronic
shutter will remain open to receive some more lighting.
(10X Zoom)
B-10. CAMERA SET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction.
C. PRESET SET
To enter PRESET SET, move five keys to the right direction.
PRESET SET
PRESET NO :001
PRESET
ID :PRESET001------PAN :XXX.XX TILT : XXX.XX
SAVE
EXIT
C-1.
C-2.
DEFAULT SETTING
PRESET – PRESET NO.
Up to 165 numbers of preset positions are available.
the right or left direction to select preset no.
Move five keys to
PRESET – PRESET ID
To set preset ID, select up to 16 characters using Five keys to the left or
right.
Press ZOOM TELE button moves to the next character from the left to
the right direction and ZOOM WIDE button moves to the next character
from the right to left direction
(Space displays when appears)
C-3.
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PRESET – PAN: XXX.X TILT: XX.X
Press FOCUS FAR button in order to set preset position then, use the
five keys to the position where memorized preset no. is needed. Then
press FOCUS FAR button again after setting a preset location.
C-4.
PRESET – SAVE
Move five keys to the right direction when the cursor is at SAVE and then
the cursor will be located on Preset ID for the continuous preset No.
setting.
C-5.
PRESET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction.
D. AUTO SCAN SET
AUTO SCAN SET
START ANGLE : XXX.X.XX.X
END ANGLE : XXX.X.XX.X
DIRECTION : CW
ENDLES
: OFF
SPEED
: 10°/S
DWELL TIME: 03
SAVE AND EXIT
EXIT
D-1.
DEFAULT SETTING
AUTO SCAN- START ANGLE
To set start angle, press FOCUS FAR button then move five keys to the
starting angle which is needed memorized. To press FOCUS FAR
button again is to escape.
D-2.
AUTO SCAN- END ANGLE
To set end angle, press FOCUS FAR button then move five keys to the
starting angle which is needed memorized.
To press FOCUS FAR
button again is to escape.
D-3.
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AUTO SCAN – DIRECTION
Auto Scan directions are available with two direction as CW or CCW by
five keys to the right or left direction
CW: Clock wise direction (Default)
CCW: Count Clock Wise Direction.
D-4.
AUTO SCAN – ENDLESS
Auto Scan can use endless rotation, move five keys to the right direction
in order to select ON. Otherwise, the default setting is OFF.
D-5.
AUTO SCAN – SPEED
User can use auto scan speed from 05°/S up to 35°/S and the default
setting is 10°/S
D-6.
AUTO SCAN – DWELL TIME
To select dwell time, move five keys to the left or right direction in order to
adjust dwell time. Possible to set from 01 second to 30 seconds and the
default setting is 03 seconds.
D-7.
AUTO SCAN – SAVE AND EXIT
To saving the memorized data and escape this page, move five keys to
the right direction when cursor is at SAVE AND EXIT.
D-8.
AUTO SCAN – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction.
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E. TOUR SET
8 Programmable tours can be set and each tour is available to set up to 64
preset steps.
TOUR SET
TOUR NO
: 01
TOUR TITLE :
TOUR01□□□□□□□□□□
TOUR STEP : 01
PRESET NO. : 01
DWELL TIME : 03
SPEED
: 200°/S
SAVE
EXIT
DEFAULT SETTING
E-1.
TOUR SET – TOUR NO.
Max. 8 group tour no. set by the five keys are available.
E-2.
TOUR SET – TOUR TITLE
To set tour title, select up to 16 characters using Five keys to left or
right.
Press ZOOM TELE button to move the next character from the left to the
right direction and ZOOM WIDE button to move the next character from
the right to left direction (Space displays when appears) Tour title is
not displayed on the monitor, but only for the reference of user.
E-3.
TOUR SET – TOUR STEP
Each tour group consists of up to 60 preset steps with different dwell
time and speed. It is possible to match any preset # for each tour step.
E-4.
TOUR SET – PRESET NO.
The decided tour step #1 ~64, it is possible to select any preset no. up to
64. The default setting is BLK
E-5.
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TOUR SET – DWELL TIME
Dwell time provides up to 99 seconds from 01 second. The default
setting is 03 seconds.
E-6.
TOUR SET – SPEED
Each tour step can be set with different tour speed up to 200°/S and it is
selectable from 10°/S. Move five keys to the right or left direction to
select tour speed. The default setting is 200°/S.
E-7.
TOUR SET – SAVE
To save the memorized data and escape this page, move five keys to the
right direction when cursor is at SAVE
E-8.
TOUR SET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction
F. PRIVACY SET
Privacy function is provided by (10X Zoom) only.
4 Privacy masking zones are available to block out areas of security.
PRIVACY SET
PRIVACY NO: 01
DISPLAY
: OFF
ACTION
: MOVE
SAVE
EXIT
DEFAULT SETTING
F-1.
PRIVACY SET – PRIVACY NO.
Up to 4 privacy masking zones are available.
F-2.
PRIVACY SET – DISPLAY
Move five keys to the right or left direction to set ON in order to show the
selectable block in the center of the monitor. This block appears as a
translucent square with blue color after set ON.
OFF.
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The default setting is
F-3.
PRIVACY SET – ACTION(MOVE/ADJUST)
To set the blocking area, press FOCUS FAR button when the MOVE
MODE is appeared. Then use the five keys to the user defined area in
order to set blocking area. Then press FOCUS FAR button again to
escape from MOVE MODE.
To adjust size of blocking area, move five keys to the right or left direction
when the cursor is on ACTION. After move mode changed to ADJUST
MODE, press FOCUS FAR button in order to adjust the size of blocking
area. The size of blocking area can be adjustable by using five keys up
down or left right,. After adjusting size of blocking area, press FOCUS
FAR button to escape ADJUST mode.
ADJUST: You can change the masking size by using five keys to the
left or right direction
MOVE: You can move the masking area by using five keys to the left
or right direction (Default)
F-4.
PRIVACY SET – SAVE
After setting the privacy masking zone, to save the data, move five keys
to the right direction when the cursor is on SAVE. After saving the data,
the cursor moves to PRIVACY NO.2 automatically to prepare the next
privacy masking zone.
F-5.
PRIVACY SET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction
G. PATTERN SET
8 programmable patterns are available with 16 characters of title.
PATTERN SET
PATT NO
: 01
PATT TITLE: PATTERN01□□□□□□□
DATA FILL : 100%
SAVE
EXIT
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DEFAULT SETTING
G-1.
PATTERN SET – PATT NO.
Up to 8 programmable user-defined patterns set by the five keys on the
Webviewer GUI are available.
G-2.
PATTERN SET – PATT TITLE
To set PATTERN TITLE, select up to 16 characters using Five keys to
the left or right.
Press ZOOM TELE button moves to the next character from the left to
the right direction and ZOOM WIDE button moves to the next character
from the right to left direction (Space displays when appears) Pattern
title is not displayed on the monitor, but only for the reference of user.
G-3.
PATTERN SET – DATA FILL
To fill the programming data, press FOCUS FAR button in order to start
the data fill up. Filling data is programmed according to the the five keys on
the Webviewer GUI movement. Press FOCUS FAR button again in order
to escape.
G-4.
PATTERN SET – SAVE
To saving the filling data, move five keys to the right direction when the
cursor is on SAVE. Then the cursor moves to the PATT NO.02 in order to
prepare next pattern no.
G-5.
PATTERN SET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction
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H. ALARM SET
4 Alarm inputs are available and each alarm is activating to presets, group
tours or patterns.
ALARM SET
ALARM NO
: 01
ALARM INPUT: OFF
ALARM ACT : 001
SAVE
EXIT
DEFAULT SETTING
H-1.
ALARAM SET – ALARM NO.
Up to 4 alarms are selectable by using five keys to the right direction
when cursor is on ALARM NO.
H-2.
ALARAM SET – ALARM INPUT
Input alarm ways provide two different ways as NC (Normal Close) or NO
(Normal Close)
The default setting is OFF
H-3.
ALARAM SET – ALARM ACT
Alarm activates various surveillance modes with Preset number up to 165,
Group tour up to 8, Pattern up to 8. Move five keys to the right or left
direction to select any preset number, group tour no. or pattern no.
H-4.
ALARAM SET – SAVE
After setting the alarm input ways and activation, to save the data, move
five keys to the right direction when the cursor is on SAVE. After saving
the data, the cursor moves to Alarm NO.2 automatically to prepare the
next alarm.
H-5.
ALARAM SET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction
* Before activating Alarm, user must set ALARM ENABLE at DOME
SET – ALARM – ENABLE (Refer to page 15)
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I. SECTOR SET
Up to 8 programmable sectors are available with 16 characters.
This feature is useful to memory the certain location such as parking zone
or so on.
When camera goes through this area, it shows the letter you memorized.
SECTOR SET
SECTOR
SECTOR
SECTOR
SECTOR
SAVE
EXIT
Start Position
NO
: 01
ID : SECTOR01□□□□□□□□
START: XXX.X.XX.X
END : XXX.X.XX.X
End Position
DEFAULT SETTING
I-1.
SECTOR SET – SECTOR NO.
Up to 8 programmable sectors set by the five keys are available.
I-2.
SECTOR SET – SECTOR ID
set SECTOR ID, select up to 16 characters by using five keys to the left
or right.
Press ZOOM TELE button to move to the next character from the left to
the right direction and ZOOM WIDE button to move to the next character
from the right to left direction (Space displays when
I-3.
appears)
SECTOR SET – SECTOR START
To set SECTOR START angle, press FOCUS FAR button then move five
keys to the left or right direction to set the position. To press FOCUS
FAR button again is to escape.
I-4.
SECTOR SET – SECTOR END
To set SECTOR END angle, press FOCUS FAR button then move five
keys to the left or right direction to set the position. To press FOCUS FAR
button again is to escape.
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I-5.
SECTOR SET – SAVE
After setting the SECTOR position, to save the data, move five keys to
the right direction when the cursor is on SAVE. After saving the data, the
cursor moves to SECTOR NO.2 automatically to prepare the next
SECTOR.
I-6.
SECTOR SET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction
J. EXIT
To escape OSD Main Menu, move five keys to the right or left direction
then this camera is ready to operate.
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2.4.7
PROTOCOL (SIPSD10X only)
7th~8th dip switches are used for Protocol Setting.
Factory Default: Pelco-D or Pelco-P ( Auto detection)
DIP SW1- 7
DIP SW1- 8
OFF
OFF
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Pelco-D or Pelco-P
BAUD RATE SETTING (SIPSD10X only)
The 9th Dip Switch is used for BAUD RATE setting.
DIP SW can be changeable to 2400bps, 9600bps.
Factory Default: 9600bps.
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DIP SW1 9th
BAUD RATE
OFF
2400
ON
9600
2.4.9
Operating Camera OSD Menu (SIPSD37X only)
1. OSD Display
Preset Label
Camera ID
LABEL12345
PRESET1
I:-2- O:1
15/4/x1/N
CAM 1
Action Title
Alarm Information
P/T/Z Information
P/T/Z Information
Displays the amount of pan from zero degree vertical, the amount
of tilt from zero degree horizontal and current compass direction.
Also identifies the amount of the zoom magnification.
Camera ID
Displays the selected Camera ID (Address).
Action Title
Identfies Actions
"SET PRESET xxx"
When Preset xxx is memorized.
"PRESET xxx"
When the camera reaches Preset xxx.
"PATTERN x"
When Pattern x is in action.
"SWG×/PRESET xxx"
When Swing x is in action. Displays both of
Swing number and Preset number.
"UNDEFINED"
When a undefined function is called to run
Preset Label
Displays preset labels when the camera arrives at presets.
Alarm Information
Displays activated alarms. This information shows current state of
Alarm Inputs and Relay Outputs. If an Input point is ON state, it will
show a number corresponding to each point. If an Input point is OFF
state, '-' will be displayed.
Example) The point 2 & 3 of inputs are ON and Output is ON, OSD will
show as below.
I:-23 O:1
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2. Quick Programming Guide
The menu items with < > always have sub-menus.
To go to submenus or make the cursor move to the right, press NEA
R key.
To go to the previous-upper level menus, press FAR key.
To make a selection, press NEAR key
To cancel a selection, press FAR key
To move the cursor in the menu, use the joystick to the Up/Down di
rection or Left/Right direction.
To change a value of an item, use Up/Down of the joystick in the co
ntroller.
To save changes, press NEAR key.
To cancel changes, press FAR key.
3. Main Menu
SPEED DOME CAMERA
-----------------------<SYSTEM INFORMATION>
<DISPLAY SETUP>
<DOME CAMERA SETUP>
System
Information
Displays the system information and
configuration. The system setting can
not be changed using the OSD menu
and the information is for reference
<SYSTEM INITIALIZE>
only.
Display Setup
Enables the user to program how labels
are displayed on the monitor.
Dome Camera
Enables the user to configure various
EXIT
Setup
System Initialize
functions of the camera.
Initializes all system configurations and
all data to the factory default
parameters.
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4. Display Setup
DISPLAY SETUP
-----------------------CAMERA ID
ON
PTZ INFORMATION
AUTO
ACTION TITLE
AUTO
PRESET LABEL
AUTO
ALARM I/O
AUTO
<SET NORTH DIRECTION>
<PRIVACY ZONE>
Display setup allows you to program how labels are display
ed on the monitor. In case of AUTO, the labels are display
ed on the monitor when there are any changes in
parameters.
Camera ID
[ON/OFF]
Displays the selected Camera ID
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(Address).
PTZ Information [ON/OFF/AUTO]
Displays the amount of pan from zero
Degree vertical, the amount of tilt from
zero degree horizontal and current
compass direction. Also identifies the
amount of the zoom magnification.
Action Title
[ON/OFF/AUTO]
Identfies Actions.
"SET PRESET xxx"
"PRESET xxx"
"PATTERN x"
"SWG/PRESET xxx"
"UNDEFINED"
Preset Label
[ON/OFF/AUTO]
Displays the preset labels when the
camera arrives at presets.
Alarm I/O
[ON/OFF/AUTO]
Displays the activated alarms. This
information shows the current state of Alarm
Inputs and Relay Outputs. If an Input point is
ON state, it will show a number
corresponding to each point. If an Input point
is OFF state, '-' will be displayed.
Example) The point 2 & 3 of inputs are ON
and Output is ON, OSD will show as below.
I:-23 O:1
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Compass Direction Setup
SET NORTH DIRECTION
------------------------
Move the camera to a target position and press NEAR
button to save the direction as North. The direction is the
reference direction to assign other compass directions.
MOVE TO TARGET POSITION
[NEAR:SAVE
/FAR:CANCEL
5. Privacy Zone Mask Setup
PRIVACY ZONE
-----------------------MASK NO
1
UNDEFINED
DISPLAY
OFF
CLEAR MASK
CANCEL
<EDIT MASK>
Privacy Zone Mask allows the user to program 8
rectangulars that can not be viewed by the operator of
the system. To protect privacy, MAX. 8 Privacy Masks
can be created on the arbitrary position to hide objects
such as windows, shops or private house. With the
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Spherical Coordinates system, powerful Privacy Zone
Mask function is possible. A mask area will move with
pan and tilt functions and automatically adjust in size
as the lens zooms telephoto and wide.
Mask NO
[1~8] or [1~4]
Selects a Mask number to program. If
the selected mask has already data, the
camera moves as it was programmed.
Otherwise, “UNDEFINED” will be display
ed under the Mask number.
Display
[ON/OFF]
Sets if the mask of the selected mask
number shows or not on the screen.
Clear Mask
[CANCEL/OK]
Deletes the mask data of the selected
mask number.
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Privacy Zone Mask Area Setup
EDIT MASK 1
------------------------
Move your camera to an area to mask. Then a mask and
the menu to adjust the mask size will be displayed.
MOVE TO TARGET POSITION
[NEAR:SELECT/FAR:CANCEL]
Privacy Zone Mask Size Setup
EDIT MASK 1
------------------------
[
[
:ADJUST MASK WIDTH]
:ADJUST MASK HEIGHT]
[NEAR:SAVE
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/FAR:CANCEL]
Adjusts the mask size. Use the joystick or the arrow buttons
of your controller to adjust mask size.
(Left/Right)
Adjusts the mask width.
(Up/Down)
Adjusts the mask height.
6. Camera Setup
ZOOM CAMERA SETUP
-----------------------FOCUS MODE
SEMIAUTO
DIGITAL ZOOM
ON
IMAGE FLIP
OFF
SHARPNESS
16
STABILIZATION
OFF
<WHITE BALANCE SETUP>
<AUTO EXPOSURE SETUP>
Sets the general functions of zoom camera module.
Focus Mode
[AUTO/MANUAL/SEMIAUTO]
Sets camera Focus mode.
SEMIAUTO Mode
This mode automatically exchanges focus
modes between Manual Focus mode and
Auto Focus mode by operation. Manual F
ocus mode activates in preset operation
and Auto Focus mode activates during
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jog operation. With Manual mode at
presets, Focus data is memorized in each
preset in advance and the camera calls
focus data in correspondence with presets
as soon as camera arrives at presets. It
should shorten time to get focuses. Focus
mode automatically changes to Auto Focus
mode when jog operation starts.
Digital Zoom
[ON/OFF]
Sets the digital zoom functions to ON/OFF.
If this is set to OFF, the optical zoom
function runs but the zoom function stops
t the end of optical zoom magnification.
Image Flip
[ON/OFF]
Sets System Image Flip Function to ON/
OFF. When this function is set to ON,
flipped images always come out. When
the camera is installed as Desktop type,
set to ON to get proper images.
Sharpness
[0-32] or [0~31]
Sets image sharpness to enhance pictures
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Stabilization
[ON/OFF]
×10 model does not support this function.
Compensates image vibrations by wind or
others. The images with vibrations are
compensated by Digital Zoom function and
the image resolution with this function should
be lower than normal image resolution when
this function is turned on. Also this function
may not work properly in the following cases.
Dark scene or Low contrast scene
High frequency vibration
During Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Focus moving
During Iris/Shutter/Gain moving
White Balance Setup
WB SETUP - GLOBAL
-----------------------WB MODE
AUTO
RED
ADJUST
--BLUE ADJUST
---
WB Mode
Retains color balance over a color tempera
ture range. In auto mode, this feature auto
matically processes the viewed image. In
Manual mode, Red and Blue level can be
set up manually.
Red Adjust
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[AUTO/MANUAL]
[0-255] or [10~60]
Adjusts the picture output in the red
range.
Blue Adjust
[0-255] or [10~60]
Adjusts the picture output in the blue
range.
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Auto Exposure Setup
AE SETUP - GLOBAL
-----------------------BACKLIGHT
OFF
DAY/NIGHT
AUTO
BRIGHTNESS
50
IRIS
AUTO
SHUTTER
ESC
AGC
MIDDLE
SSNR
MIDDLE
SENS-UP
<AUTO>
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Backlight
[OFF/WDR/BLC/HLC] or [OFF/BLC/HLC]
or [ON/OFF]
Sets Backlight Compensation. If a bright
backlight is present, the subjects in the
picture may appear dark or as a silhouette.
Backlight compensation enhances objects in
the center of the picture. The camera uses the
center of the picture to adjust the iris. If there
is a bright light source outside of this area, it
will wash out to white. The camera will adjust
the iris so that the object in the sensitive area
is properly exposed.
Some modles has WDR(Wide Dynamic Ran
ge) function, which are better function than
BLC. HLC(High Light Compensation) functi
on removes the high light in a limited envi
ronment such as parking garage.
Day/Night
[AUTO/DAY/NIGHT] or
[AUTO1/AUTO2/DAY/NIGHT]
Sets Day&Night mode.
There are 2 AUTO modes in ×10 model
# AUTO1 Mode : The sensitivity to change a
mode is fixed.
# AUTO2 Mode : The sensitivity to change
Night mode to Day mode is adjustable.
The sensitivity range is 1~255. The higher
numeric value is selected, the lower
illumination Night mode changes to Day
mode at. If this is set to AUTO2 mode, ACG
is fixed to HIGH.
Brightness
[0~100]
Adjusts the brightness of the images. Iris,
The Shutter Speed and Gain are adjusted
automatically in correspondence with each
numeric value.
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IRIS
[AUTO/MANUAL(F1.6~F28)] or
[AUTO/MANUAL(0~100)]
Sets Iris to operate automatically or at a
user-defined level. If Iris is set to Auto, Iris has
higher priority in adjusting AE and Shutter Speed
is fixed. Auto iris is the lens function that
automatically opens closes the iris in response to
changing light conditions.
If Iris is set to Manual, Iris is fixed and Iris has
lower priority in adjusting AE, in comparison
with others.
Shutter Speed [ESC/A.Flicker/Manual(×256~1/120000 sec)] or
[ESC/A.Flicker/Manual(×128~1/120000 sec
Sets Shutter Speed. Shutter Speed is the
duration of the electronic shutter. If Iris is set
to Manual and Shutter Speed is set to ESC,
Shutter Speed has higher priority. If Shutter
Speed is set to A.Flicker, to remove Flicker,
Shutter Speed should be set to 1/100 sec. for
NTSC and 1/120 for PAL.
AGC
[OFF/LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH/MANUAL(5~41dB)] or
[OFF/NORMAL/HIGH]
Sets AGC. This setting enhances image brightnes
s automatically in case that luminance level of
image signal is too low.
SSNR
[OFF/LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH]
Sets SSNR. This setting enhances the images
by deducting noises when the gain level of the
mages is too high.
SENS-UP
[AUTO(2~256)/OFF] or [AUTO(2~128)/OFF]
Sets SENS-UP. This setting activates Slow
Shutter function when luminance of image (signal)
is too dark.
It is possible to set up the maximum number of
frames piled up one on another by Slow Shutt
er function.
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WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) Setup
WDR
-----------------------LIMIT
MIDDLE
LEVEL
50
×10 model does not support this function.
Limit
[LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH]
Level
[0~100]
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HLC (High Light Compensation) Setup
HLC
-----------------------LIMIT
LOW
COLOR
5
×10 model does not support this function.
Limit
[AUTO/MANUAL]
When there are too bright lights, this function
blocks light sources on images to have better
images. For example, when there is a car
coming to a camera at night, this function
blocks car headlights to recognize its number
plate.
BACK
EXIT
Color
[0~10]
Assigns colors of masks to block light sources
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6. Motion Setup
MOTION SETUP
-----------------------MOTION LOCK
OFF
PWR UP ACTION
ON
AUTO FLIP
ON
JOG MAX SPEED
120/SEC
JOG DIRECTION
INVERSE
FRZ IN PRESET
OFF
<PARKING ACTION SETUP>
<ALARM INPUT SETUP>
BACK
EXIT
Sets the general functions of Pan/Tilt motions.
Motion
Lock
[ON/OFF]
If Motion Lock is set to ON, it is impossibleto
set up and delete Preset, Swing, Pattern and
Group. It is possible only to run those
functions.To set up and delete those functions,
enter into OSD menu.
Power Up
Action
Auto Flip
[ON/OFF]
Refer to “Other Functions" section.
[ON/OFF]
Refer to “Other Functions" section.
Jog Max
Speed
[1°/sec ~360°/sec]
Sets the maximum jog speed. Jog speed is
Inversely proportional to the zoom
magnifications. As the zoom magnification go
es up, the pan/tilt speed goes down.
Jog
Direction
[INVERSE/NORMAL]
Sets the Jog Direction. If this is set to ‘Inver
se’, the view direction in the screen is same
as the direction of joystick. If this is set to
‘Normal’, the view direction in the screen is
the reverse dirction of joystick.
Freeze
in Preset
[ON/OFF]
Sets Frame Freeze Function. This feature
freezes the scene on the monitor when going to
a preset. At the start point of a preset
movement, a camera starts freezing the image
of the start point. Camera keeps displaying the
image of the start point during preset movement
and does not display the images which camera
gets during preset movement. As soon as
camera stops at preset end point, camera starts
displaying live images which it gets at the end
preset point. This feature also reduces
bandwidth when working with digital systems or
digital network systems.
This function availability should be different by
models.
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Parking Action Setup
PARKING ACTION SETUP
-----------------------PARK ENABLE
OFF
WAIT TIME
00:10:00
PARK ACTION
HOME
This feature allows the camera to begin a specified action after
a programmed time of inactivity.
Park Enable
[ON/OFF]
If Park Enable is set to ON, the camera runs
an assigned function automatically if there is
no PTZ command during the programmed "
Wait Time".
BACK
EXIT
Wait Time
[1~59 sec. / 1~180 min.]
Wait Time can be programmed from 1 second
to 180 minutes.
Park Action
[HOME/PRESET/PATTERN/SWING/GROUP/PR
EV ACTION]
This feature defines the activity when the
camera parks. If Park Action is set to “HOM
E”, the camera moves to the home position
which is memorized when the system boots.
If Park Action is set to “PREV. ACTION”, the
camera runs the previous action which it ran
most recently.
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O
Alarm Input Setup
ALARM INPUT SETUP
-----------------------ALARM NO.
1
TYPE
ACTION
HOLD TIME
POST ACTION
BACK
EXIT
N.OPEN
NOT USED
ENDLESS
HOME
Defines Alarm Function. When an alarm is receive, an input
signal to the camera triggers the user-defined action program
med for the alarm.
Alarm No
[1~3]
Selects a sensor number to set up.
Type
[Normal OPEN/Normal CLOSE]
Selects sensor operation type.
Action
[NOT
USED/PRESET/PATTERN/SWING/GROUP]
Selects an action to run when a sensor sign
al is input.
Hold Time
[ENDLESS / 1~59 SEC. / 1~180 MIN.]
Sets the time period for the action which is
run by external sensor activation. After the
time period passes, the action pre-defined in
“Post Action” runs sequentially in succession
to the action by external sensor activation. If
this option is set to “ENDLESS”, “Post
Action” does not activate.
Post Action
[HOME/PRESET/PATTERN/SWING/GROUP/P
REV ACTION]
Selects the action that a camera will run aft
er the time period in“HOLD TIME” passes. If
Post Action is set to “PREV. ACTION”, the
camera runs the previous action which it ran
most recently.
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7. Preset Setup
PRESET SETUP
-----------------------PRESET NO.
1
CLR PRESET
<EDIT SCENE>
<EDIT LABEL>
RELAY OUT
CAM ADJUST
Preset
Number
[1~128]
Selects a preset number to set up. If a
selected preset is already defined, the
CANCEL
camera moves to the pre-defined position
LABEL123
OFF
GLOBAL
and preset parameters such as Label and
CAM Adjust show on the monitor. If a sele
cted preset is not defined, “UNDEFINED”
BACK
EXIT
shows on the monitor.
Clear
Preset
Edit
Preset Scene
Edit
Preset Label
[CANCEL/OK]
Deletes the data of the selected Preset.
Re-defines the scene position of the selected
Preset.
Edits the label of the selected Preset to
show on the monitor when the preset runs.
MAX. 10 alphanuberic characteristics are
allowed.
Relay Out
Defines the relay output.
CAM Adjust
[GLOBAL/LOCAL]
WB(White Balance) and AE(Auto Exposure)
can be set up independently for each
preset. There are 2 modes, "Global" mode
& "Local" mode. The Global mode is that
WB and/or AE are/is set up totally and
simultaneously for all presets. The Global
parameter setup such as WB and AE can
be done in "ZOOM CAMERA SETUP" men
u. The Local mode is that WB and/or AE
are/is set up independently or separately fo
r each preset. The Local parameter setup
for WB and AE can be done in each preset
setup menu. Each Local parameter such as
WB and AE activates correspondingly when
the camera arrives at each preset
position. During jog operation, Global WB/AE
value should be applied. All Local WB/AE
values do not change although Global
WB/AE value changes. The Local mode
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has the prior to the Global mode.
O
Preset Scene Setup
EDIT SCENE - PRESET 1
------------------------
① Use the Joystick to move the camera to a desired
position.
② Save the preset position by pressing NEAR key.
③ Press FAR key to cancel targeting the preset position.
MOVE TO TARGET POSITION
[NEAR:SAVE
/FAR:CANCEL]
Preset Label Setup
EDIT LABEL - PRESET 1
-----------------------[
]
---------1234567890
OK
ABCDEFGHIJ
CANCEL
KLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZabcd
efghijklmn
opqrstuvwx
yz<>-/:.
----------
Edit the label of the selected preset to show on the monitor
when camera arrives at the preset. In the Edit Label menu, the
dark rectangular is the cursor. As soon as finishing selecting an
alphabet or a number, the cursor moves to the next digit.
[
]
Current Cursor Position
① With Left/Right/Up/Down of the joystick, move to a desi
red Alphabet or a desired number in the Alphanumeric
set. To select a desired Alphabet or a desired number,
press the NEAR key.
---------1234567890
ABCDEFGHIJ
KLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZabcd
efghijklmn
opqrstuvwx
yz<>-/:.
----------
Space Char. Back Space Char.
If you want to use a blank, select the double quotation
mark (" "). If you want to delete an Alphabet or a nu
mber, use the back space character (" ←").
② If you complete the Label editing, move the cursor to "
OK" and press the NEAR key to save the completed la
bel. To abort the current change, move the cursor to
"Cancel" and press the NEAR key.
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8. Swing Setup
SWING SETUP
-----------------------SWING NO.
1
1ST POS.
NOT USED
2ND POS.
NOT USED
SWING SPEED
CLEAR SWING
RUN SWING
Swing
Number
[1~8]
Selects a Swing number to edit. If the selecte
d Swing is not defined, "NOT USED" is displa
yed in the 1st Position and the 2nd Position.
30/SEC
CANCEL
1st Position
[PRESET 1~128]
2nd Position Sets the 2 positions for a Swing function. If the
selected preset is not defined, "UNDEFINED" is
displayed as shown below.
BACK
EXIT
SWING SETUP
-----------------------SWING NO.
1
1ST POS.
PRESET5
2ND POS.
NOT USED
UNDEFINED
When a swing function runs, the camera moves
from the preset assigned as the 1st point to
the preset assigned as the 2nd point in CW(C
lockwise) direction. Then the camera moves
from the preset assigned as the 2nd point to
the preset assigned as the 1st point in CCW
(Counterclockwise) direction. In case that the
preset assignedas the1st point and the preset
assigned as the2nd point are same or only 1
Preset position is assigned, the camera turns
on its axis by 360° in CW direction and then
it turns on its axis by 360° in CCW direction.
Swing
Speed
[1°/sec. ~180°/sec.]
Defines Swing speed between the 2 Preset
positions from 1°/sec to 180°/sec
Clear Swin [CANCEL/OK]
g
Deletes the data of the selected Swing.
Run Swing
2-96
Runs Swing for the test purposes to check if i
t works properly.
9. Pattern Setup
PATTERN SETUP
-----------------------PATTERN NO.
1
UNDEFINED
CLR PATTERN
CANCEL
RUN PATTERN
<EDIT PATTERN>
Pattern Number
Selects a Pattern number to edit.
If the selected pattern number is not
defined, "UNDEFINED" will be displayed
under the selected pattern number.
Clear Pattern
BACK
EXIT
[1~4 ]
[CANCEL/OK]
Deletes the data of the selected pattern.
Run Pattern
Runs the Pattern for the test purposes to
check if it works properly.
Edit Pattern
Edits the selected pattern.
Pattern Edit
EDIT PATTERN 1
------------------------
① With the Joystick of your controller, move the camera tot
he start position with an appropriate zoom magnafication.
To start the pattern recording, press NEAR key. To exit,
press FAR key.
MOVE TO START POSITION
[NEAR:START /FAR:CANCEL]
EDIT PATTERN 1
[NEAR:SAVE
2-97
/FAR:DELETE]
0/0/x1/N
② Move camera with joystick of controller or run preset fun
ction to memorize the path (mostly curve path) in the sel
ected pattern. The movement by Joystick and preset m
ovement will be memorized in a pattern. After a pattern i
s programmed, the remaining storage is displayed in pro
gress bar on the screen.
③ To save the data and exit, press NEAR key. To cancel
saving the data and delete the data, press FAR key.
10. Group Setup
GROUP SETUP
-----------------------GROUP NO.
1
UNDEFINED
CLEAR GROUP
CANCEL
RUN GROUP
<EDIT GROUP>
Group Number [1~8]
Selects a Group number to edit.
If the selected Group number is not
defined, "UNDEFINED" will be displayed
under the selected Group number.
Clear Group
BACK
EXIT
[CANCEL/OK]
Deletes the data of the selected Group.
Run Group
Runs the Group for the test purposes to
check if it works properly.
Edit Group
Edit the selected Group.
Group Edit
EDIT GROUP 1
-----------------------NO ACTION ### DWELL OPT
-----------------------1 NONE
2 NONE
3 NONE
4 NONE
5 NONE
-----------------------SAVE
CANCEL
[NEAR:EDIT]
EDIT GROUP 1
-----------------------NO ACTION ### DWELL OPT
-----------------------1 NONE
2 NONE
3 NONE
4 NONE
5 NONE
-----------------------SAVE
[NEAR:EDIT ACT]
CANCEL
[FAR :EDIT END]
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① Press Near key when the cursor is at “NO” to start
editing the selected Group.
② Note that MAX. 20 actions are allowed in a Group.
Move the cursor up/down to select an Action. Press
Near key to edit.
EDIT GROUP 1
-----------------------NO ACTION ### DWELL OPT
-----------------------1 NONE
2 NONE
3 NONE
4 NONE
5 NONE
-----------------------SAVE
[
:MOVE CURSOR]
CANCEL [
:CHANGE VAL.]
EDIT GROUP 1
-----------------------NO ACTION ### DWELL OPT
-----------------------1 PRESET
1 00:03 360
2 NONE
3 NONE
4 NONE
5 NONE
-----------------------SAVE
[
:MOVE CURSOR]
CANCEL [
:CHANGE VAL.]
EDIT GROUP 1
-----------------------NO ACTION ### DWELL OPT
-----------------------1 PRESET
1 00:03 360
2 NONE
3 NONE
4 NONE
5 NONE
-----------------------SAVE
[NEAR:EDIT ACT]
CANCEL
[FAR :EDIT END]
2-99
③ Define Action, Dwell time and Option. Note that the dark
rectangular is the cursor. Move the cursor Left/Right to
select an item and move cursor Up/Down to change ea
ch parameter.
Action ### [NONE/PRESET/SWING/PATTERN]
DWELL
[0 SEC. ~ 4 MIN.]
Sets the Dwell Time between functions.
OPT
Option. It is a preset speed when a preset
is selected in the Action. It is the number
of repeat when a Pattern or a Swing is s
elected in the Action.
④ Edit the items such as Action, ###, Dwell and OPT by
moving the cursor.
⑤ After finishing editing a Action, press Near key to go to
the previous-upper level menu (Step ②). Move the cur
sor Up/Down to select an Action number and repeat St
ep ② ~ Step ④ to keep editing the selected Group.
EDIT GROUP 1
-----------------------NO ACTION ### DWELL OPT
-----------------------1 PRESET
1 00:03 360
2 NONE
3 NONE
4 NONE
5 NONE
-----------------------SAVE
CANCEL
2-100
⑥ After finishing setting up, press FAR key to exit. Then
the cursor will move to “SAVE”. Press Near key to s
ave the data.
11. System Initialization
SYSTEM INITIALIZE
-----------------------CLEAR ALL DATA
NO
CLR DISPLAY SET
NO
CLR CAMERA SET
NO
CLR MOTION SET
NO
CLR EDIT DATA
NO
REBOOT CAMERA
NO
REBOOT SYSTEM
NO
BACK
EXIT
Factory Default
2-101
Clear All Data
Deletes all configuration data and the system is
set to the factory default.
Clear Display Set
Initializes all the configuration data for Display.
Clear Camera Set
Initializes all the configuration data for Camera.
Clear Motion Set
Initializes all the configuration data for Motion.
Clear Edit Data
Deletes all the configuration data for Preset, Sw
ing, Pattern and Group.
Reboot Camera
Reboots the zoom camera module.
Reboot System
Reboots the system.
Display Parameters
Camera Parameters
Camera ID
ON
Focus Mode
SemiAuto
PTZ Information
AUTO
Digital Zoom
ON
Action Title
AUTO
Image Flip
OFF
Preset Label
AUTO
Sharpness
16
Alarm I/O
AUTO
Stabilization
OFF
North Direction
Pan 0°
White Balance
AUTO
Privacy Zone
Undefined
Backlight
OFF
Day&Night
AUTO ro AUTO2
Brightness
50 or 25
Iris
AUTO
Shutter
ESC
Motion Parameters
AGC
MIDDLE or HIGH
Motion Lock
OFF
SSNR
MIDDLE
Power Up Action
ON
SENS-UP
AUTO
Auto Flip
ON
Jog Max Speed
120°/sec
User-Defined Data
Jog Direction
INVERSE
Preset 1~128
Undefined
Freeze In Preset
OFF
Swing 1~8
Undefined
Park Action
OFF
Pattern 1~4
Undefined
Alarm Action
OFF
Group 1~8
Undefined
2.4.10 DIP Switch Setup (SIPSD37X only)
Before installing the camera, set up the DIP switch to configure the camera
ID and the communication protocol.
Camera ID Setup
ID numbers of cameras are set up with binary numbers. See
the examples shown below.
ON ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Binary Value
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
ex) ID=5
on
off
on
off
off
off
off
off
ex) ID=10
off
on
off
on
off
off
off
off
The camera ID range is “1~255”. Camera ID must not be
“0”!
The factory default of the camera ID is “1”.
Match the camera ID with the Cam ID setting of your DVR or
Controller to control the camera.
If you are connecting a single camera to a controller, terminat
e the camera. When connecting more than one camera to a
single controller, terminate the last camera on the communicat
ion line. The last camera means the camera farthest in cable
length from the controller.
Note that the total length of the communication cable between
a controller and the camera(s) on the same communication line
must be less than 1.2Km.
2-102
Communication Protocol Setup
Select an appropriate Protocol with the DIP switch combination.
ON ON
Switch Mode
1
2
3
4
P0
(Pin 1)
P1
(Pin 2)
P2
(Pin 3)
Protocol
OFF
OFF
OFF
PELCO-D, 2400 bps
ON
OFF
OFF
PELCO-D, 9600 bps
OFF
ON
OFF
PELCO-P, 4800 bps
ON
ON
OFF
PELCO-P, 9600 bps
Others
Reserved
Match the camera protocol with the camera protocol in the setting of
your DVR or controller to control the camera.
Adjust the DIP switch after turning off the camera. If you changed the
camera protocol by changing the DIP S/W, the change will be effective
after you reboot the camera.
The factory default protocol is “Pelco-D, 9600 bps”.
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3 APPENDIX
3.
3.1
Specification
3.1.1
SIP Camera Series
* Network Spec.
Video Compression
Compression
Resolution
Bit Rate
Image Framge Rate
Audio Input
Compression
Audio Line Input
Audio Output
Compression
Audio Line Output
External I/O
Reset Button
Joystick
Network
Ethernet
Protocol
Software
Web Browser
Security
Compatibility
NVR Software
3-104
MPEG-4 SP
Full D1 (720x480 in NTSC, 720x576 in PAL)
VGA (640x480 inNTSC, 640x480 in PAL)
CIF (352 x 240 in NTSC, 352x288 in PAL)
QCIF (176x120 in NTSC, 176x144 in PAL)
28 K ~ 3 M bps
30 fps at full D1 resolution (NTSC)
25 fps at full D1 resolution (PAL)
8kHz, Mono, PCM
Unbalanced, 1.4 Vp-p 1Vrms, terminal Block
8kHz, Mono, PCM
Unbalanced, 1.4 Vp-p 1Vrms, terminal Block
Factory default
OSD Control
Ethernet(10/100 Base-T),RJ-45 connector
TCP, UDP ,IP, HTTP, DHCP, PPPoE, RTP, RTSP
MS Internet Explorer 6.0 or above
Password protection: configured by the administrator
rd
Most major 3 party software suites
Included at no additional charge
* Camera Spec.
SIPB1
Image Sensor
Horizontal Resolution
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Min. Scene Illumination
Lens Type
Max. Aperture
Scanning System
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Day/Night
OSD (On Screen Display)
White Balance
SPECO DNR
AGC
INTENSIFIER2
Motion Detection
Privacy
Video output
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(WxHxD)
Weight
3-105
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD 410K
580TVL
811 x 508(NTSC)
768 x 494 (NTSC)
1/60 ~ 1/200,000sec (NTSC)
1/50 ~ 1/200,000sec (PAL)
0.002Lux (Intensifier), 0.05Lux (Shutter)
DC Auto Iris Vari-Focal Lens f=2.8~12mm
1 : 1.3 ~ 2.0
2:1 Interlaced 525 Lines / 60Fields / 30
Internal
52dB(Weight On)
Software method
Built-in
ATW/INDOOR/OUTDOOR/AWC SET/MANUAL
ON - DYNAMIC / OFF
AGC-L, AGC-H, OFF selectable
Built-in ( selectable limit ~ X256)
Off /On
Off /On (8 Programable Zone)
1.0V [p-p] NTSC Composite, 75Ω / BNC
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-29℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 20℉ ~122℉)
30% ~90% RH
92 mm x 88 mm x 296 mm
1.4kg
SIPB1FFi
Image Sensor
Horizontal Resolution
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Min. Scene Illumination
Lens Type
Max. Aperture
Scanning System
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Day/Night
OSD (On Screen Display)
White Balance
SPECO DNR
AGC
INTENSIFIER2
Motion Detection
Privacy
Video output
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(WxHxD)
Weight
3-106
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD 410K
580TVL
811 x 508(NTSC)
768 x 494 (NTSC)
1/60 ~ 1/200,000sec (NTSC)
1/50 ~ 1/200,000sec (PAL)
0.002Lux (Intensifier), 0.05Lux (Shutter)
Focus Free Lens f=3.7~10mm
1 : 1.3 ~ 2.0
2:1 Interlaced 525 Lines / 60Fields / 30
Internal
52dB(Weight On)
Software method
Built-in
ATW/INDOOR/OUTDOOR/AWC SET/MANUAL
ON - DYNAMIC / OFF
AGC-L, AGC-H, OFF selectable
Built-in ( selectable limit ~ X256)
Off /On
Off /On (8 Programable Zone)
1.0V [p-p] NTSC Composite, 75Ω / BNC
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-29℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 20℉ ~122℉)
30% ~90% RH
92 mm x 89.5 mm x 296 mm
1.4kg
SIPB2
Image Sensor
Horizontal Resolution
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Min. Scene Illumination
Lens Type
Max. Aperture
Scanning System
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Day/Night
OSD (On Screen Display)
White Balance
SPECO DNR
AGC
INTENSIFIER2
Motion Detection
Privacy
Video output
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(HxD)
Weight
3-107
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD 410K
580TVL
811 x 508(NTSC)
768 x 494 (NTSC)
1/60 ~ 1/200,000sec (NTSC)
1/50 ~ 1/200,000sec (PAL)
0.002Lux (Intensifier), 0.05Lux (Shutter)
DC Auto Iris Vari-Focal Lens f=5~50mm
1 : 1.3 ~ 2.0
2:1 Interlaced 525 Lines / 60Fields / 30
Internal
52dB(Weight On)
Software method
Built-in
ATW/INDOOR/OUTDOOR/AWC SET/MANUAL
ON - DYNAMIC / OFF
AGC-L, AGC-H, OFF selectable
Built-in ( selectable limit ~ X256)
Off /On
Off /On (8 Programable Zone)
1.0V [p-p] NTSC Composite, 75Ω / BNC
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-29℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 20℉ ~122℉)
30% ~90% RH
92 mm x 88 mm x 296 mm
1.4kg
SIPWDRB2
Image Sensor
Horizontal Resolution
Total Pixels
Electric Shutter
Min. Scene Illumination
Lens Type
Max. Aperture
Scanning System
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
OSD (On Screen Display)
White Balance
Dynamicrange
AGC
Video output
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(HxD)
Weight
3-108
1/3" Pixim ORCA CMOS(Dramatic Dynamic range sensor)
540 TV Lines
742 x 552(NTSC)
1/60 ~ 1/100,000sec (NTSC)
1/50 ~ 1/100,000sec (PAL)
0.08Lux (DSS on) with F1.2 Lens
DC Auto Iris Vari-Focal Lens f=5~50mm
1 : 1.3 ~ 2.0
2:1 Interlaced 525 Lines / 60Fields / 30
Internal
53dB or more
Built-in
ATW / AWC / Manual
120dB(max), 102dB(typical)
0 – 60dB
1.0V [p-p] NTSC Composite, 75Ω / BNC
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-29℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 20℉ ~122℉)
30% ~90% RH
92 mm x 88 mm x 296 mm
1.4kg
SIPD3
Image Sensor
Horizontal Resolution
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Min. Scene Illumination
Lens Type
Max. Aperture
Scanning System
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Day/Night
OSD (On Screen Display)
White Balance
SPECO DNR
AGC
INTENSIFIER2
Motion Detection
Privacy
Video output
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(HxD)
Weight
3-109
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD 410K
580TVL
811 x 508(NTSC)
768 x 494 (NTSC)
1/60 ~ 1/200,000sec (NTSC)
1/50 ~ 1/200,000sec (PAL)
0.002Lux (Intensifier), 0.05Lux (Shutter)
DC Auto Iris Vari-Focal Lens f=2.8~12mm
1 : 1.3 ~ 2.0
2:1 Interlaced 525 Lines / 60Fields / 30
Internal
52dB(Weight On)
Software method
Built-in
ATW/INDOOR/OUTDOOR/AWC SET/MANUAL
ON - DYNAMIC / OFF
AGC-L, AGC-H, OFF selectable
Built-in ( selectable limit ~ X256)
Off /On
Off /On (8 Programable Zone)
1.0V [p-p] NTSC Composite, 75Ω / BNC
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-29℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 20℉ ~122℉)
30% ~90% RH
132 ø x 120.85 mm
1.4kg
SIPD3FFi
Image Sensor
Horizontal Resolution
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Min. Scene Illumination
Lens Type
Max. Aperture
Scanning System
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Day/Night
OSD (On Screen Display)
White Balance
SPECO DNR
AGC
INTENSIFIER2
Motion Detection
Privacy
Video output
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(HxD)
Weight
3-110
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD 410K
580TVL
811 x 508(NTSC)
768 x 494 (NTSC)
1/60 ~ 1/200,000sec (NTSC)
1/50 ~ 1/200,000sec (PAL)
0.002Lux (Intensifier), 0.05Lux (Shutter)
Focus Free Lens f=3.7~10mm
1 : 1.3 ~ 2.0
2:1 Interlaced 525 Lines / 60Fields / 30
Internal
52dB(Weight On)
Software method
Built-in
ATW/INDOOR/OUTDOOR/AWC SET/MANUAL
ON - DYNAMIC / OFF
AGC-L, AGC-H, OFF selectable
Built-in ( selectable limit ~ X256)
Off /On
Off /On (8 Programable Zone)
1.0V [p-p] NTSC Composite, 75Ω / BNC
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-29℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 20℉ ~122℉)
30% ~90% RH
132 ø x 120.85 mm
1.4kg
SIPD4
Image Sensor
Horizontal Resolution
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Min. Scene Illumination
Lens Type
Max. Aperture
Scanning System
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Day/Night
OSD (On Screen Display)
White Balance
SPECO DNR
AGC
INTENSIFIER2
Motion Detection
Privacy
Video output
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(HxD)
Weight
3-111
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD 410K
580TVL
811 x 508(NTSC)
768 x 494 (NTSC)
1/60 ~ 1/200,000sec (NTSC)
1/50 ~ 1/200,000sec (PAL)
0.002Lux (Intensifier), 0.05Lux (Shutter)
DC Auto Iris Vari-Focal Lens f=5~50mm
1 : 1.3 ~ 2.0
2:1 Interlaced 525 Lines / 60Fields / 30
Internal
52dB(Weight On)
Software method
Built-in
ATW/INDOOR/OUTDOOR/AWC SET/MANUAL
ON - DYNAMIC / OFF
AGC-L, AGC-H, OFF selectable
Built-in ( selectable limit ~ X256)
Off /On
Off /On (8 Programable Zone)
1.0V [p-p] NTSC Composite, 75Ω / BNC
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-29℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 20℉ ~122℉)
30% ~90% RH
132 ø x 120.85 mm
1.4kg
SIPT5
Image Sensor
Horizontal Resolution
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Min. Scene Illumination
Lens Type
Max. Aperture
Scanning System
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Day/Night
OSD (On Screen Display)
White Balance
SPECO DNR
AGC
INTENSIFIER2
Motion Detection
Privacy
Video output
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(WxHxD)
Weight
3-112
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD 410K
580TVL
811 x 508(NTSC)
768 x 494 (NTSC)
1/60 ~ 1/200,000sec (NTSC)
1/50 ~ 1/200,000sec (PAL)
0.002Lux (Intensifier), 0.05Lux (Shutter)
C/CS Mount Lens selectable
1 : 1.3 ~ 2.0
2:1 Interlaced 525 Lines / 60Fields / 30
Internal
52dB(Weight On)
Software method
Built-in
ATW/INDOOR/OUTDOOR/AWC SET/MANUAL
ON - DYNAMIC / OFF
AGC-L, AGC-H, OFF selectable
Built-in ( selectable limit ~ X256)
Off /On
Off /On (8 Programable Zone)
1.0V [p-p] NTSC Composite, 75Ω / BNC
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-10℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 14℉ ~122℉ )
30% ~90% RH
64mm x 55.4 x 120 mm
0.7kg
SIPB6
Image Sensor
Horizontal Resolution
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Min. Scene Illumination
Lens Type
Max. Aperture
Scanning System
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Video output
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(WxHxD)
Weight
3-113
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD 410K
540TVL
811 x 508(NTSC)
768 x 494 (NTSC)
1/60 ~ 1/100,000sec (NTSC)
1/50 ~ 1/100,000sec (PAL)
0.3Lux (F1.3)
DC Auto Iris Vari-Focal Lens f=2.8~12mm
1 : 1.3 ~ 2.0
2:1 Interlaced 525 Lines / 60Fields / 30
Internal
50dB (Weight On)
1.0V [p-p] NTSC Composite, 75Ω / BNC
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-29℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 20℉ ~122℉)
30% ~90% RH
73 mm x 69 mm x 296 mm
0.93kg
SIPD7
Image Sensor
Horizontal Resolution
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Min. Scene Illumination
Lens Type
Max. Aperture
Scanning System
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Video output
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(HxD)
Weight
3-114
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD 410K
540TVL
811 x 508(NTSC)
768 x 494 (NTSC)
1/60 ~ 1/100,000sec (NTSC)
1/50 ~ 1/100,000sec (PAL)
0.3Lux (F1.3)
DC Auto Iris Vari-Focal Lens f=2.8~12mm
1 : 1.3 ~ 2.0
2:1 Interlaced 525 Lines / 60Fields / 30
Internal
50dB (Weight On)
1.0V [p-p] NTSC Composite, 75Ω / BNC
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-29℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 20℉ ~122℉)
30% ~90% RH
132 ø x 120.85 mm
1.4kg
SIPDP7
Image Sensor
Horizontal Resolution
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Min. Scene Illumination
Lens Type
Max. Aperture
Scanning System
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Video output
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(HxD)
Weight
3-115
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD 410K
540TVL
811 x 508(NTSC)
768 x 494 (NTSC)
1/60 ~ 1/100,000sec (NTSC)
1/50 ~ 1/100,000sec (PAL)
0.3Lux (F1.3)
DC Auto Iris Vari-Focal Lens f=2.8~12mm
1 : 1.3 ~ 2.0
2:1 Interlaced 525 Lines / 60Fields / 30
Internal
50dB (Weight On)
1.0V [p-p] NTSC Composite, 75Ω / BNC
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-10℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 14℉ ~122℉ )
30% ~90% RH
140 ø x 100.00 mm
0.7kg
SIPSD10X
Pan Rotation Angle
Pan Speed
Tilt Rotation Angle
Tilt Speed
System Accuracy
Presets
Group Tour
Auto scan
Pattern
Privacy Zone
Sector
Password Protection
Auto Flip
Protocol
Image Sensor
Horizontal Resolution
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Min. Scene Illumination
Lens
Day & Night (ICR)
Digital Slow Shutter
S/N Ratio
BLC
OSD (On Screen Display)
White Balance
Flickerless
AGC
Motion Detection
Video output
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(HxD)
Weight
3-116
360˚ Endless
Manual 10˚ ~ 200˚/sec
Preset Max 200˚ /sec
0˚ ~ 90˚
Manual 10˚ ~ 200˚/sec
Preset Max 200˚ /sec
0.02˚
164 positions with a 16-character label available for
each position with different speed steps
Max. 8 Programmable group tours (each one
consisting of up to 60 preset steps with different
steps)
Programmable Auto scan
8 Programmable Patterns (total 400 seconds)
4 privacy zones
8 selectable Sectors with 16 characters
Built-in
ON / OFF
Pelco D/P
1/4" Sony Super HAD CCD 410K
More Than 500 TV Lines
811 x 508(NTSC)
768 x 494 (NTSC)
0.02Lux (ICR On), 0.7Lux (50IRE)
Optical 10x Optical Zoom(F=3.8 to 38mm)
Digital 10x (100x with optical)
Auto/ Day/ Night
2/4/8/16/24/32/64/128/ OFF
More Than 50dB
ON / OFF
Built-in
AWB/ATW/INDOOR/ OUTDOOR
(NTSC) ON / OFF (1/120)
Off / Low / Middle / High
Off /On
1.0V [p-p] NTSC 75Ω
DC12V (750mA)
-29℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 20℉ ~122℉)
30% ~90% RH
167 ø x 167 mm
1.6kg
SIPSD37X
Movement
Range
Speed
Pan
Tilt
Preset
Jog
Swing
Preset
Pattern
Swing
Group
Other Pan/Tilt Functions
Protocol
OSD
Sensor Input
Alarm Outputs
Video Signal Format
Image Sensor
Total Pixels
Effective Pixels
Horizontal Resolution
Video Signal-to-Noise
Zoom
Forcal Length
Angle of View
Zoom Speed
Minimum Illuminance
Day & Night
Focus
Iris
Shutter Speed
AGC
White Balance
BLC
Flickerless
SSNR
Privacy Zone
Stabilization
POWER
Fan
Heater
Operation Temperature
Dimensions(HxD)
Weight
3-117
360°(Endless)
90°
360°/sec.
0.05 ~ 360°/sec. (Proportional to Zoom)
1~ 180°/sec.
127 Presets (Label, Independent Camera Parameter Setting)
4 Patterns [1200 Commands(Approx. 5 Minute) / Pattern]
8 Swings
8 Groups (MAX. 20 Actions with The Combination of Preset,
Pattern and Swing)
Auto Flip, Auto Parking, Power Up Action and etc.
Pelco-D, Pelco-P Selectable
English, Menu / PTZ information etc
3 Inputs, Photo-Coupler Type, DC 5V~12V
1 Output, Relay Output, MAX. Load DC24V 1A / AC125V 0.5A
NTSC
1/4'' Double Density Interline Transfer CCD
811(H)×508(V) 410K
768(H)×494(V) 380K
550 TV Lines(Color), 680 TV Lines(B/W)
50 dB (AGC Off)
×37 Optical Zoom, ×12 Digital Zoom
F1.6~3.9, f=3.5~129.5mm
H : 55.5°(Wide)~1.59°(Tele) / V : 42.5°(Wide)~1.19°(Tele)
2.5 sec (Wide to Tele)
0.7 Lux (Color) / 0. 06 Lux (B/W), 50 IRE / F1.6
Auto / Day / Night(ICR)
Auto / Manual / SemiAuto
Auto / Manual
×256 ~ 1/120000 sec
Low / Middle / High / Manual / Off
Auto / Manual(Red, Blue Gain Adjustable. 1800°K~10500°K)
WDR / BLC / HLC / Off
Selectable
Low / Middle / High / Off
8 Masks, Spherical Coordinate
ON / OFF
AC24V , 1.5A
Always ON
Operation Start from Internal Temperature 10°C
-30°C ~ 50°C
276.6 x 296mm
Approx 3.8Kg
3.1.2
SIPMP Camera Series
* Network Spec.
Video Compression
Compression
Resolution
Image Frame Rate
Audio Input
Compression
Audio Line Input
Audio Output
Compression
Audio Line Output
External I/O
Reset Button
Alarm(SIPMPT Only)
Digital Input
Transistor Output
Network
Ethernet
Protocol
Software
Web Browser
Security
Compatibility
NVR Software
3-118
MPEG-4 SP
SXGA (1280x1024) at 8 fps
HD720 (1280x720) at 10fps
VGA (640x480) at 30 fps
Up to 8 fps at SXGA resolution; Up to 10 fps at HD720
resolution; Up to 30 fps at VGA resolution
8kHz, Mono, PCM
Unbalanced, 1.4 Vp-p 1Vrms, terminal Block
8kHz, Mono, PCM
Unbalanced, 1.4 Vp-p 1Vrms, terminal Block
Factory default
1, terminal bloc
1, terminal block
Ethernet(10/100 Base-T),RJ-45 connector
TCP, UDP ,IP, HTTP, DHCP, PPPoE, RTP, RTSP, FTP, SMTP,
DNS, DDNS, NTP, ICMP, IGMP, ARP, #GPP
MS Internet Explorer 6.0 or above
Password protection: configured by the administrator
rd
Most major 3 party software suites
Included at no additional charge
* Camera Spec.
SIPMPB(VF)
Image Sensor
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Lens
Min. scene Illumination
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Flickerless
Day/Night
White Balance
AGC
BLC
Motion Detection
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(WxHxD)
Weight
3-119
1/3" Micron Progressive Scan CMOS
1280 x 1024
1/10 ~ 1/2,000sec (60Hz)
1/10 ~ 1/2,000sec (50Hz)
F 4.3mm, f1.8 / 75Deg(Horizontal) (SIPMPB)
Vari-Focal Lens f=3.3~12mm (SIPMPBVF)
0.5 Lux at F1.8 (30 IRE, MAX AGC)
Internal
Better than 44 dB
1/120 sec(60Hz), 1/100 sec(50Hz)
Mechanical IR Cut Filter
6Mode(AUTO,INDOOR1/2,OUTDOOR1/2,HOLD
CURRENT,MANUAL) Configurable
Automatic (User defended)
YES
Yes (3 Windows)
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-29℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 20℉ ~122℉)
30% ~90% RH
92 x 85 x 264 mm
1.3kg
SIPMPD(VF)
Image Sensor
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Lens
Min. scene Illumination
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Flickerless
Day/Night
White Balance
AGC
BLC
Motion Detection
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(HxD)
Weight
3-120
1/3" Micron Progressive Scan CMOS
1280 x 1024
1/10 ~ 1/2,000sec (60Hz)
1/10 ~ 1/2,000sec (50Hz)
F 4.3mm, f1.8 / 75Deg(Horizontal) (SIPMPD)
Vari-Focal Lens f=3.3~12mm (SIPMPDVF)
0.5 Lux at F1.8 (30 IRE, MAX AGC)
Internal
Better than 44 dB
1/120 sec(60Hz), 1/100 sec(50Hz)
Mechanical IR Cut Filter
6Mode(AUTO,INDOOR1/2,OUTDOOR1/2,HOLD
CURRENT,MANUAL) Configurable
Automatic (User defended)
YES
Yes (3 Windows)
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-29℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 20℉ ~122℉)
30% ~90% RH
132 ø x 120.85 mm
1.4kg
SIPMPT5(ICR)
Image Sensor
Effective Pixels
Electric Shutter
Lens
Min. scene Illumination
Synchronization
S/N Ratio
Flickerless
Day/Night
White Balance
AGC
BLC
Motion Detection
Power Source
Operational Temperature
Operational Humidity
Dimensions(WxHxD)
Weight
3-121
1/3" Micron Progressive Scan CMOS
1280 x 1024
1/10 ~ 1/2,000sec (60Hz)
1/10 ~ 1/2,000sec (50Hz)
F 4.3mm, f1.8 / 75Deg(Horizontal)
0.5 Lux at F1.8 (30 IRE, MAX AGC)
Internal
Better than 44 dB
1/120 sec(60Hz), 1/100 sec(50Hz)
Software Method
6Mode(AUTO,INDOOR1/2,OUTDOOR1/2,HOLD
CURRENT,MANUAL) Configurable
Automatic (User defended)
YES
Yes (3 Windows)
DC12V (300mA)
PoE (IEEE802.3af) with Class 3
-10℃ ~ +50℃ ( - 14℉ ~122℉ )
30% ~90% RH
67 mm x 55 mm x 129.5 mm
0.4kg
200 New Highway
Amityville, NY 11701
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www.specotech.com
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