10X Day & Night PTZ Dome Camera SPD

10X Day & Night PTZ Dome Camera SPD

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VAN 07. 07

10X Day & Night PTZ Dome Camera SPD-1000 User’s Manual

Thank you for purchasing a SAMSUNG CCD CAMERA.

Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.

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The lightning flash with an arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

INFORMATION -This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

WARNING - Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

CAUTION : To prevent electric shock and risk of fire hazards:

Do NOT use power sources other than that specified.

Do NOT expose this appliance to rain or moisture.

This installation should be made by a qualified service person and should conform to all local codes.

Features

10X Zoom Lens with Auto-Focus

Function

The 10X zoom lens having Auto-focus function magnifies the image up to 100 times when used with the digital 10X zoom function.

Various Auto Surveillances

*Individual Preset Saving Modes

12 camera adjustment functions can be saved independently in each Preset menu to provide optimum images.

*Various Protocols

7 different makersí protocols are supported:

Samsung Techwin, Pelco, Samsung Electronics,

Panasonic, Vicon and Honeywell etc.

*PTZ Trace

4 patterns operated with the joystick can be saved and replayed by users.

*AUTO Swing

Pan or Tilt is operated in sequence between 2 designated positions.

*Group Search

Maximum 128 Preset positions are toured in order.

*Tour Search

Maximum 6 Group Search functions are toured in order.

Proportional P/T

Even when the Zoom-In function is On for the

Pan and Tilt speed correction function linked to the zoom position, fine manual operation is possible.

Day & Night

Day & Night function of ICR (IR Cut-Filter

Removal) and Sens-Up function can achieve optimum images during day and night.

*Sens-Up function improves the CCD sensitivity by lengthening the exposure time using electricity.

*Day&Night function enables users to select and adjust the colour and black and white images according to the light level.

OSD (On Screen Display)

Items such as Camera ID, Camera Name, Preset

Number, Preset Name, Area Name and Camera

Status are displayed on the monitor. Camera functions can be set up on the OSD menu screen.

128 Preset Positions

A maximum of 128 Preset positions can be set up. This function enables users to set up the monitoring place any time.

Digital Flip

When you want to monitor the moving object below the camera, you can execute the

Digital Flip using the controllerís joystick. The moving object can be monitored without screen reverse.

Area Masking

For privacy protection, a maximum of 4 areas can be masked among the surveillance areas preventing them to be displayed on the screen.

Samsung Techwin cares for the environment at all product manufacturing stages to preserve the environment, and is taking a number of steps to provide customers with more environment-friendly products.The Eco mark represents Samsung Techwin s will to create environment-friendly products, and indicates that the product satisfies the EU RoHS Directive.

Warnings & Cautions

This information is provided to ensure your safety and to prevent any losses, financial or otherwise. Please read it carefully and use the product accordingly.

Warning/Attention/Special Mark Messages

Ignoring this information may result in material loss and/or serious personal injuries including death.

Indicates “Never Allowed.”

Indicates “No Disassembling.”

Indicates Must Observe.

Contents

Precautions

Part Names and Functions

Body

Main Body Port Block

Cable Connection

Camera Initial Setting

Components and Accessories

Installation

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Functional Description

OSD Menu Organization

PTZ Camera User Menu Settings

1. Camera Settings

2. Sequence Setting

3. P/T Setting

4. OSD Setting

5. Alarm Setting

6. Initialization Setting

7. Status

Product Structure and Installation

Specifications

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Precautions

Installation by unqualified persons is not recommended.

If any unusual odors or smoke comes from the camera, stop using the product.

Experienced and skilled technicians have to install this product. Unqualified and personal installation may cause fire or electric shock. Contact the dealer for installation.

It may cause fire.

Do not install the product under humid conditions or near flammable or explosive gases.

Install the product in a place strong enough to hold it.

It may cause failure, electric shock or fire.

Do not handle the power plug with wet hands.

The product may fall.

Do not disassemble or insert foreign objects.

It may cause electric shock.

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It may cause failure or electric shock.

Do not install the product in too hot or too cold environments.

Do not install the camera in intermittent lighting environments.

Do not use the camera under extreme temperatures (below -

10° or above +50°). It may cause poor image quality or failure. Be especially careful to provide ventilation when operating the camera under high temperatures.

Do not install the camera under severely changing lighting environments such as fluorescent lamps. It may cause the camera to work improperly.

Never drop the camera or subject it to severe shocks or vibrations.

Do not aim the camera at the sun or any other strong light source.

It may cause failure.

Do not touch the front glass of the camera.

It may cause fatal damage to CCD device or internal circuit.

Do not install the camera where it might be exposed to rain, water or spillages.

It is the most important part of camera. Be careful not to mark it with fingerprints.

If the camera gets wet, it may cause failure.

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Part Names and Functions

Body Cable Connection

Main Body Port Block

Power Input Jack

Camera ID Setting Switch

Communication Protocols, Transmission Mode,Termination Setting

Switch

Controller and Alarm Input/Output Connection Terminal

Auxiliary Video Terminal

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Part Names and Functions

Camera Initial Settings

Setting Communications Protocol

Use the SW2 #1~#5 of installation bracket to set the communications protocol.

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5 Samsung Elec.

6 Samsung Elec.

Panasonic

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AD

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Honeywell

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Sungjin

Reserve

Baud Rate(BPS) SW2-#1 SW2-#2 SW2-#3 SW2-#4 SW2-#5

9,600

19,200

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Notes

• Default Setting : Samsung 9,600 bps

• AD, Bosch is now preparing.

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Setting Baud Rate Based on DVR Model

If the speed dome camera is controlled not by the camera controller but by a

DVR, set the communication speed based on the DVR model as follows.

DVR Model

Protocol

SVR-950

SVR-1640

SVR-1650

Samsung

9600,19200

9600,19200

9600,19200

Pelco

2400,4800

2400,4800

2400,4800

Samsung Elec.

19,200

19,200

19,200

Setting Transmission Mode

Set the transmission mode using the ON/OFF of the Dip Switch 2.

SW2- #6

Function

Transmission Mode

Selection

Notes

• Factory Setting: OFF

ON

Full

(DVR)

OFF

Half

(SCC-3100A)

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Part Names and Functions

Setting RS-485 Termination

Set the termination using the ON/OFF of #7~#8 of the Dip Switch 2.

Location of Camera Connection

Termination of Longest Path

On the Path

Notes

• Factory Setting: OFF

SW2 - #7

ON

OFF

Setting Camera ID Switch

Set the Camera ID using the ON/OFF of #1~#8 of the Dip Switch 1.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

ON

ON

Notes

• Factory Setting: ID=001

ID=0, 160. 175 is cannot be used.

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SW1-#6

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

SW1-#7

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

SW1-#8

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

18

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

SW1-#1

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

227

228

229

230

231

232

233

234

235

236

237

238

239

220

221

222

223

224

225

226

207

208

209

210

211

212

213

214

215

216

217

218

219

Camera ID

200

201

202

203

204

205

206

240

241

242

243

244

245

246

247

248

249

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

SW1-#2

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

SW1-#4

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

SW1-#3

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

SW1-#6

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

SW1-#5

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

SW1-#7

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

SW1-#8

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

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Part Names and Functions

Camera ID

250

251

252

253

254

255

SW1-#1

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

SW1-#2

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

SW1-#3

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

SW1-#4

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

SW1-#5

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

SW1-#6

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

SW1-#7

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

SW1-#8

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

Connect the controller and alarm input and output signal (main body port block)

Auxiliary Video Out Port

When the product is installed in a place where video signal connection through the BNC port is unavailable, you can connect a video cable using the Auxiliary Video Out Port. In this case, connect using the BNC auxiliary cable that is supplied as an accessory.

Setting Termination Resistance

In order to prevent signal reduction, the termination resistance of the 2 end units, which are the distant paths for camera and controller to be connected on the RS485 interface, should be connected. As the termination resistance is built in the camera, whether to make the termination resistance valid or invalid is selected with the DIP switch. See the connection diagram below for determining to which device the termination resistance will be connected to. Set up the termination resistance in the dark products. The installation distance of the product for the termination resistance setting should be less than 1.2 Km. (Maximum cable length is 1.2 Km according to the

RS-485 standards.)

Pin Order

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Pin Name

D+

D-

G

S1

S2

G

+V

NO

NC

CM

Purpose

RS-485 Data+

RS-485 Data-

GND

Alarm Signal Input Port #1

Alarm Signal Input Port #2

GND

+12V Output Port

Alarm Signal Output Port #1 (For Normal Open)

Alarm Signal Output Por #1 (For Normal Close)

Alarm Signal Output (For Common)

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Components and Accessories

Accessories

power adapter (DC 12VV, Peak 4A) User s Manual 2 installation brackets

BNC auxiliary cable installation cover installation template

3 installation bracket fixing screws

1 loose-proof screw

Products Sold Separately

The following products are provided separately.

• CONTROLLER

Camera Controller : SCC-3100A

• Accessori Housing

Wall Type Mount : STB-280PW

Wall Type Mount : STB-230PW

Dome Housing : STH-1000PI

Notes

• See pages 25 for product images.

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Installation

Preparation for Cable

To install and use the SPD-1000, the following cables should be used.

Power Adapter Cable

The cable connected to the power input terminal of SPD-1000 is shown below with a rated voltage of DC 12V 4A.

Video Cable

The cable connected to the video output terminal and to the monitor of SPD-

1000 is the BNC cable shown below.

• Communications Cable

The cable connected to the controller of SPD-1000 for RS-485 communication is shown below.

Notes

• Video cable and RS-485 communication cable are not provided in this product’s package.

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for

Installation

Cable Connection

1. First, connect one end of the BNC video cable connector to the Video

Output Terminal.

2. Next, connect the other end of the connector to the Video Input Terminal of the monitor.

Monitor

In Terminal

Monitor

DATA BOX

3. Connect the Controller Connection Terminal of SPD-1000 and the external

Controller.

Video Out

Terminal

Controller Connection

Terminal

Controller

4. Then, connect the Power Adapter Cable. Use a driver (-) to screw one part of the Power Adapter consisting of two lines to the Power Input Terminal of the camera holder.

Installation of SPD-1000

• Precautions for Installation

- Check that the installation location can safely bear four times the weight of the camera and its installation fittings.

- When fixing the ceiling installation bracket, use the supplied installation template and fixing screws.

- Take care not to drop the product during installation. Do not allow anyone to stand below the installation area.

• Optional Products for Installation

1) Wall Mount (STB-280PW)

This housing is used to install the camera on an indoor wall or ceiling using an external conduit.

2) Wall Mount(STB-230PW)

This housing is used to install the camera on an indoor wall

5. Connect the Power

Adapter’s plug to the Power

Outlet.

Power Adapter

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4) Dome Housing (STH-1000PI)

This housing is used to install the camera in a location that is dusty, or a place where extra protection for the camera is required.

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Installation

Installing the SPD-1000 on a Ceiling

1. Prepare the accessories in the camera box (power adapter, installation template, BNC auxiliary cable, 1 loose-proof screw, 3 installation bracket fixing screws, 2 installation brackets, installation cover) and a tool for making a hole in the ceiling. power adapter(DC 12V, Peak 4A) installation template BNC auxiliary cable

1 loose-proof screw

3 installation bracket fixing screws

2 installation brackets installation cover

2. Attach the installation template to the ceiling where you want to install the camera, make a hole of at least 65mm in diameter, and 3 holes for fixing screws according to the marks on the template, and pull the external incoming cables out of the hole.

the external incoming cables

Notes on the ceiling template

*Precautions before Attaching the Installation Template

• Installation Location: Check that the function and performance of the camera installed on the ceiling will not be adversely affected by the external environment, and that the ceiling can adequately support the weight of the camera.

• Installation Direction: Determine the main direction of the camera in advance and attach the template so that the front of the template is in line with the camera direction.

• Caution: Since there is a danger of the product falling during installation, take care not to allow anyone to stand below the installation area.

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3. Align the arrow on the ceiling attachment installation bracket with the front of the template, fix the bracket by fastening the 3 screws through the holes, and connect the external incoming cables (video cable, controller cable and power cord) to the camera. on the ceiling on the ceiling

4. Assemble the camera, which should already have been attached to the product installation bracket, to the ceiling attachment installation bracket, facing forwards, and fix the camera with the supplied fixing screw.

5. To complete installation, rotate the installation cover along the groove of the ceiling attachment bracket, and fix it.

install cover

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on the ceiling

Installation

Installing the SPD-1000 Wall Mount

1. Prepare the accessories in the camera box (power adapter, BNC auxiliary cable, 1 loose-proof screw, 2 installation brackets, installation cover) and the wall mount

(STB-280PW or STB-230PW) and 3 installation bracket fixing screws in the mount packaging box.

power adapter(DC 12V, Peak 4A) BNC auxiliary cable 2 installation brackets

1 looseproof screw installation cover STB-280PW

2. Fix the wall mount (STB-280PW) with 3 screws to the wall where the camera is to be installed, as shown in the figure on the right.

STB-230PW

Wall

Notes

*Precautions before Attaching the Installation Template

• Installation Place: Check that the function and performance of the camera installed on the wall will not be adversely affected by the external environment, and that the ceiling can adequately support the weight of the camera.

• Installation Direction: Determine the main direction of the camera in advance and attach the template so that the front of the template is in line with the camera direction.

• Caution: Since there is a danger of the product falling during installation, take care not to allow anyone to stand below the installation area.

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3. Fix the wall bracket and the wall surface attachment installation bracket onto the wall mount (STB-280PW) with the screws supplied, as shown in the figure on the right, and connect the external incoming cables (video cable, controller cable and power cord) to the camera.

Wall

4. Assemble the camera, which should already have been attached to the product installation bracket, to the wall attachment installation bracket, facing forwards, and fix the camera with the supplied fixing screw.

Wall

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Installation

5. To complete installation, rotate the installation cover along the groove of the ceiling attachment bracket, and fix it.

Wall

Installing the Dome Housing (STH-1000PI)

To install the Dome Housing (STH-1000PI), fix it instead of installing the cover in the last step “Installing the SPD-1000 on a Ceiling” on page 26 and “Installing the SPD-1000 Wall Mount” on page 28.

• When the Dome Housing is installed on the ceiling

• When the Dome Housing is installed on the wall

Wall on the ceiling

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Functional Description

OSD Menu Organization

PTZ camera can be set up on the OSD (On Screen Display) menu displayed on the video monitor by the camera controller. The joystick operations in the OSD menu are as follows. In addition, sending control codes to the camera from the PC can also use the camera functions.

Menu

TILT UP

TILT DOWN

Function

Move up on the OSD menu

Move down on the OSD menu

Menu

PAN LEFT

PAN RIGHT

Function

Move left on the OSD menu

Move right on the OSD menu

P1

Camera

Setting

P2

Focus

White

Balance

Exposure

AGC

SSNR

Others

P3

Focus Mode

Zoom Tracking

Digital Zoom

AWB Mode

Brightness

Iris

Shutter

Sens-Up

High.Middle/Low/Off

High/Normal/Off

High/Middle/Low/Off

Auto

B/W

Color

Sync

Image Adj.

Freeze

P4

Auto/Manual/One Shot AF

Mode On/Off

Speed Slow/Fast

Off(2~10X)

ATW/AWC/MANUAL

ATW

-ATW(I): Indoor -ATW(O): Outdoor

Defaults

One Shot AF

ON

Fast

OFF

ATW(O)

Manual 29

-Red -Blue 41

25

Auto

025

Auto

Manual Iris Level

---

100

ESC

A.FLK

Manual 1/60~1/120,000,x2~x128

Auto Sens-Up Limit x2~x128

Off

1/60 x4

OFF

Normal

Low

Burst Level

Sharpness

Color

On/Off

060

Internal

008

050

OFF

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Functional Description

P1

Sequence

Setting

P2

Preset

Swign SEQ

Group SEQ

Tour SEQ

PTZ Trace

Auto Run

Power On

Resume

Pan Limit

Tilt Limit

P3 P4

Setting Edit Execute Clear Status

Pan Swing Setting Execute Clear

Tilt Swing

P/T Swing

Group1

Group2

Group3

Setting Execute Clear

Setting Execute Clear

Setting Execute Clear

Setting

Setting

Execute

Execute

Clear

Clear

Group4

Group5

Group6

Setting Execute Clear

Trace1

Trace2

Trace3

Trace4

Setting Execute Clear

Setting Execute Clear

Setting Execute Clear

Replay Memorize

Replay Memorize

Replay Memorize

Replay Memorize

Mode

Time

Off

Preset Preset No

Swing Swing Mode Pan/Tilt/P&T

Group Group No

Tour

Trace Trace1~Trace4

A.Pan Auto Pan Speed 20-50

Tilt Angle 10-45

5,10,20,30(Sec), 1,2(Min)

On/Off

Position ON/OFF

Position ON/OFF

Area1

P/T

Setting Area Setting

Area2

Area3

Area Name

Position

ON/OFF

Area Masking

Area4

Mask1

Mask2

Position

ON/OFF

Defaults

OFF

32

25

30 sec

OFF

32

P/T

Setting

OSD

Setting

Alarm

Setting

Initialize

Prop. P/T

Digital Flip

Jog Speed

Camera ID

Camera Name

Preset Number

Preset Name

Sequence Status

Area Name

PTZ Position

Language

Mask3

Mask4

ON / OFF

ON / OFF

Manual (10,20,30,40,50,60)

ON / OFF

ON / OFF Edit

ON / OFF

ON / OFF Edit

ON / OFF

ON / OFF

ON / OFF

English,Chinese,Francais,

Deutsch,Espanol,Italiano

Output Clear

Input 1

Input 2

NC/NO/OFF

L/H(Priority)

Preset/Swing/Group/Tour

/Trace/A.PAN/OFF

Output

Enable

MD Dwell Time

Power On Reset

Initial Position

Factory Default Set

Camera Default Set

Auto Refresh

1~2, MD

1-59(Sec)

1-59(Min)

1-59(Hour)

ON/OFF

ON/OFF

Cancel Execute

Position ON/OFF

Cancel Execute

Cancel Execute

OFF, 1~7Days

1-59(Sec) / 1-59(Min)

Status

Notes

• Preset setting is only possible on the OSD menu or using the controller.

ON

ON

MANUAL

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

English

01(Min)

OFF

30sec

OFF

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Functional Description

Symbol Description

1. Motion Stabilization Stand-by Operation

- “D” symbol is flashing on the right top of the screen.

2. Alarm Input #1, 2 Sensor Operation

- “ ”, “ ” symbols are flashing on the right top of the screen.

3. Alarm Output Operation

- Symbols are flashing on the right top of the screen.

4. Motion Detect Operation

- “Man Icon” is flashing on the right top of the screen.

5. When there are sub menus under the selected OSD menu

- Numbers are displayed in white colour like on the right top of the screen.

6. When there is no sub menu under the selected OSD menu

- Numbers are displayed in black colour like

“ ” on the right top of the screen.

PTZ Camera User Menu Settings

• Execution of OSD Menu : After checking if the camera is in manual operation mode, press the OSD Menu key. The following commands are displayed on the monitor screen.

• Main Menu

The selection key moves up and down. Press the execution key switch on the selected menu to change the setup menu. Press the ESC key to exit the OSD Menu.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

1) Camera Setting

Select the Camera Setting on the Main Menu screen to control camera settings

• Camera Setting Menu

Camera Setting

Focus

White Balance

Exposure

Back Light

AGC

SSNR

Day & Night

Others

ATW(O)

OFF

NORMAL

LOW

COLOR

Focus

Focus Mode

Zoom Tracking

Digital Zoom

ONE SHOT AF

OFF

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FOCUS

In Focus menu, you can set up the focus mode among Auto, Manual or One

Shot AF.

Focus Mode

Auto : The camera adjusts the focus automatically while monitoring the screen continuously in the auto mode. In the auto focusing mode, zoom key operation is not recognized as the input of the focus key.

Manual : In the manual mode, users can adjust the camera focus manually.

One Shot AF : Only when the camera does not move, it turns into the auto mode. It is the same as the manual mode.

Zoom Tracking

Mode: When you select ON, the Focus function is executed when the Zoom function is on. When you select OFF, the Focus function is not executed even when the Zoom function is on.

Speed: Fast will speed up the Zoom. Slow will slow down the Zoom.

Digital Zoom

Magnification of the Digital Zoom can be selected among Off, 2X~10X.

*It is recommended that the Digital Zoom should be set up before the preset operation.

Notes

Digital Zoom

•As the digital zoom magnification increases, the image quality is lowered.

Auto-focus

Auto-focus may not function normally under the following conditions.

- When the light level in the surveillance area is low

- When the slow-shutter works

- When the amplification is increased

- When the light level in the surveillance area is excessively high

- When the objects in the long and short distance are under the same surveillance area

- When there is no contrast (white and black) in the object (e.g. sky or wall)

- When the thin horizontal line is captured

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Functional Description

White Balance

The White Balance function corrects the abnormal white colour into the normal white colour under any colour temperature lighting.

Select the mode among ATW, AWC and Manual. ATW is selected by default.

Camera Setting

Focus

White Balance

Exposure

Back Light

AGC

SSNR

Day & Night

Others

ATW(O)

OFF

NORMAL

LOW

COLOR

WB Mode

ATW: Balances the colour automatically depending on the source of light from

1,800~10,500K colour temperature.

* Indoor[ATW(I)] : Use this mode in the area under the limited colour temperature.

* Outdoor[ATW(O)] : Use this mode in the area under the broad colour temperature.

AWC: Set up the lighting to the objects and corrects the right colour temperature to that of a white object. Camera works under the setup conditions. For the most appropriate condition under the current illumination, capture the white paper and then change the mode into AWC. Press the Enter key and then AWC Start will be displayed. When the adjustment is completed after pressing the Enter key for AWC Start, go to the upper menu. When conditions change, adjust the white balance function again.

Manual: Fine tuning is possible through this manual control mode. Select the colour temperature and increase or decrease the Red or Blue values to shift the colour of the object.

* Red : Red Gain can be changed.

* Blue : Blue Gain can be changed.

Notes

• White Balance may not function properly under the following conditions.

When the colour temperature surrounding the object is very high. (e.g. clear sky or sunset)

When it is dark around the object.

When the camera is pointing towards a fluorescent lamp directly or when lighting conditions change a lot.

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Exposure

Camera exposure can be controlled.

Camera Setting

Focus

White Balance

Exposure

Back Light

AGC

SSNR

Day & Night

Others

ATW(O)

OFF

NORMAL

LOW

COLOR

Exposure

Brightness

Iris

Shtter

Sens-Up

025

AUTO

---

AUTO

Brightness: The brightness of the screen can be adjusted.

Iris: Auto mode or manual mode can be selected.

Auto: The brightness of the image signal can be adjusted automatically depending on the amount of light.

Manual: The brightness of the image can be adjusted.

Shutter

---: Electronic shutter mode is enabled. The shutter speed is controlled automatically according to the brightness of the screen.

A.FLK: Use this mode when the screen flickers because of inconsistent frequency with the surrounding lights.

Manual: 1. Shutter speed can be controlled manually.

2. Shutter speed can be adjusted from 1/60 second to 1/120,000 second.

3. Sens-Up function can be operated manually from x2 ~ x128.

Notes

• If the Shutter mode is ESC in the inner synchronization mode and the camera faces to the bright fluorescent lamp directly, the image may be unstable. Be careful to select the installation location.

• If the Manual or A.FLK mode is selected for the Shutter menu, the Sens-Up function is disabled.

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Functional Description

Sens-Up

Auto: The low light level of the night or dark condition is detected automatically and the bright and clear image can be maintained.

Sens-Up Limit: Maximum accumulated magnification can be selected.

Off: Sens-Up function is cancelled.

Notes

• As the accumulated magnification increases, the screen goes bright. But, the after image of the moving object also becomes larger and the optimum Auto Focus function may not work.

Back Light

Unlike other cameras, Samsung Techwin’s unique W-III DSP chip gives you a clear image of the subject even with bright backlight.

Camera Setting

Focus

White Balance

Exposure

Back Light

AGC

SSNR

Day & Night

Others

ATW(O)

OFF

NORMAL

LOW

COLOR

HIGH : Gain increased from 6dB up to 34dB.

MIDDLE : Gain increased from 6dB up to 30dB.

LOW : Gain increased from 6dB up to 18dB

OFF : BLC function is cancelled.

AGC

When the brightness of the image taken under dark light is under a certain level, the AGC

(Automatic Gain Control) functions to define whether to control the Gain automatically or not.

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Camera Setting

Focus

White Balance

Exposure

Back Light

AGC

SSNR

Day & Night

Others

ATW(O)

OFF

NORMAL

LOW

COLOR

HIGH : Gain increased from 6dB up to 34dB.

NORMAL : Gain increased from 6dB up to 30dB.

LOW : Gain increased from 6dB up to 18dB

OFF : Gain is fixed at 6dB.

Camera Setting

Focus

White Balance

Exposure

Back Light

AGC

SSNR

Day & Night

Others

ATW(O)

OFF

OFF

LOW

COLOR

SSNR (Samsung Super Noise Reduction)

SSNR function reduces background noise under low light conditions differently in different modes. The noise reduction effect grows in Off, Low, Middle and High modes in order.

Camera Setting

Focus

White Balance

Exposure

Back Light

AGC

SSNR

Day & Night

Others

ATW(O)

OFF

NORMAL

LOW

COLOR

Camera Setting

Focus

White Balance

Exposure

Back Light

AGC

SSNR

Day & Night

Others

ATW(O)

OFF

NORMAL

OFF

COLOR

OFF

LOW

: No noise reduction effect.

: Noise reduction effect is small but there is little afterimage.

NORMAL : Noise reduction effect is generally effective in this mode. Noise can be reduced properly and the afterimage is not strong.

HIGH : Noise reduction effect is excellent but afterimage is also strong.

Notes

• When you select the AGC mode as “OFF”, you cannot use the SSNR function.

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Select one mode among High, Middle, Low or Off.

Functional Description

Day & Night

The darkness level is detected automatically under low light conditions such as at night or under dark light to keep the screen bright and clear.

Camera Setting

Focus

White Balance

Exposure

Back Light

AGC

SSNR

Day & Night

Others

ATW(O)

OFF

NORMAL

LOW

AUTO

Camera Setting

Focus

White Balance

Exposure

Back Light

AGC

SSNR

Day & Night

Others

ATW(O)

OFF

NORMAL

LOW

B/W

Camera Setting

Focus

White Balance

Exposure

Back Light

AGC

SSNR

Day & Night

Others

ATW(O)

OFF

NORMAL

LOW

COLOR

COLOR : Output images are displayed in colour all the time. Burst signal size can be adjusted.

B/W : Output images are displayed in black and white all the time. Burst signal can be kept or removed.

AUTO : Under day condition, the mode is automatically changed into the COLOR mode to keep an optimum colour. At night, the mode is automatically changed into the B/W mode to distinguish dark images clearly.

Notes

• If the AGC is in OFF mode, the Auto mode cannot be used. Only COLOUR or B/W mode can be used.

• If the sunlight or halogen lamp is used in B/W mode, the focus may be blurred compared with the general illumination.

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Others

Camera Setting

Focus

White Balance

Exposure

Back Light

AGC

SSNR

Day & Night

Others

ATW(O)

OFF

NORMAL

LOW

COLOR

Ohter

Sync

Image Adj

Freeze

INTERNAL

OFF

Sync: Internal Sync is selected by default.

Internal : Internal synchronization

Image Adj. : Clarity of the video signal and saturation of the color may be adjusted.

Sharpness : The overall sharpness of the image can be adjusted.

Color : The overall colour density of the image can be adjusted.

Freeze : Moving image can be stopped and replayed.

ON : Image can be frozen.

OFF : Frozen image is released and the film is replayed.

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Functional Description

2) Sequence Setting

• Sequence Setting Menu

Sequence Setting

Preset

Swing SEQ

Group SEQ

Tour SEQ

PTZ Trace

Auto Run

Power On Resume OFF

Preset

Setting

Edit

Execute

Clear

Status

Preset : 12 items such as Pan/Tilt location, Zoom and Focus are selected among camera functions and they can be called for monitoring. Total 128 points can be preset.

Setting : Select the Preset number for setup. Adjust Pan/Tilt/Zoom and press the Enter key to save the setting. If you want to change the 12 items such as Focus, Brightness, Iris and Scene Adj., use the Up/Down key to go to and select the item. If you don’t want to change the 12 items, press the ESC key to go to the next Preset step.

Edit : You can edit the 12 preset items such as Pan/Tilt location, Zoom and Focus, which are selected among camera functions.

Execute : Select the Preset number for execution.

Clear : Select the Preset number to delete for clearing.

Status : The current Preset number setup is displayed.

• Motion Detection Setting

Select Motion Detection in the Preset Setting menu and then turn on the mode.

Notes

• When the illumination is shaking under direct lighting such as a fluorescent lamp, it may cause malfunction of the camera. MD function is not recommended under this condition.

• When brightness of objects fluctuates suddenly due to lighting of flashlights or headlights or the lamp going on/off, it may cause malfunction of the camera.

• The purpose of this security function is not to prevent accidents or crimes such as fire or burglary. Our company is not responsible for the injury or damage caused by the inadequate use of this function.

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• Preset Menu Setting

1. Select the Preset item on the Sequence Setting Menu

2. Select the Setting item.

Sequence Setting

Preset

Swing SEQ

Group SEQ

Tour SEQ

PTZ Trace

Auto Run

Power On Resume OFF

Preset

Setting

Edit

Execute

Clear

Status

3. Select the Preset number.

4. Set up the Zoom and Focus.

Preset Setting

Preset=001 (1~128)

Preset Setting Z>ZOOM

PST 1 : ZOOM PST 2 : FOCUS

5. To change the camera settings, select Edit from the upper menu first. Select the item to change, and then make the necessary adjustments.

Preset Edit

PTZ

Focus Mode

Brightness

Iris

Back Light

Day & Night

Motion Det.

Scene Adj

[001]

267/051/1X

One Shot AF

025

AUTO

OFF

COLOR

OFF

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Functional Description

6. If you select the Scene Adj. item, such items as Shutter, AGC, SSNR, Sens-Up, White

Balance can be set up differently in every

Preset item.

Scene Adj.

Shutter

AGC

SSNR

Sens-Up

White Balance

[001]

---

Normal

LOW

AUTO

ATW(OUT)

Notes

• In the White Balance setting of the individual Preset Scene Adj., the AWC selection is not available.

Swing SEQ: Swing surveillance can be executed and set up and the data can be deleted.

Sequence Setting

Preset

Swing SEQ

Group SEQ

Tour SEQ

PTZ Trace

Auto Run

Power On Resume OFF

Swing SEQ

Pan Swing

Tilt Swing

P&T Swing

Pan Swing : Swing surveillance for the Pan direction is executed and set up. Data is deleted.

Tilt Swing : Swing surveillance for the Tilt direction is executed and set up. Data is deleted.

P&T Swing : Swing surveillance both for the Pan and the Tilt directions are executed and set up simultaneously. Data is deleted.

* Setting : The Preset Position for Swing function is selected with the joystick and confirmed with the

Execution key. SPD is the moving speed (01-64step). DWL is the stop time (00-120sec). Press the

Execution key in the location with selection mark to finish the setting process.

* Execute : Swing surveillance is executed. Stop key designates this function.

* Clear : Data in the Swing function is deleted.

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Group SEQ: Sequence surveillance can be executed and set up and data can be deleted. Up to 6 groups can be registered.

Sequence Setting

Preset

Swing SEQ

Group SEQ

Tour SEQ

PTZ Trace

Auto Run

Power On Resume OFF

Group SEQ

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Group 5

Group 6

Setting : Preset position for swing is selected with the joystick and confirmed with the Execution key. SPD is the moving speed (01~64 step). DWL is the stop time (00~120sec). Press the Execution key in the location with selection mark to finish the setting process.

Execute : Swing surveillance can be executed. Stop key will stop this function.

Clear : Swing data can be deleted.

Tour : Group surveillance can be executed and set up and data can be deleted.

Sequence Setting

Preset

Swing SEQ

Group SEQ

Tour SEQ

PTZ Trace

Auto Run

Power On Resume OFF

Tour SEQ

Setting

Execute

Clear

Setting : The registered Group Sequence is selected with the joystick and confirmed with the Execution key. If the selected number is not registered, it cannot be input. Press the Execution key in the location with selection mark to finish the setting process.

Execute : Group surveillance is executed.

Clear : Group surveillance data are deleted.

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Functional Description

PTZ Trace : Maximum 4 patterns of the manual operation paths (for Pan, Tilt,

Zoom and Focus) are memorized and replayed.

Sequence Setting

Preset

Swing SEQ

Group SEQ

Tour SEQ

PTZ Trace

Auto Run

Power On Resume OFF

PTZ Trace

Trace 1

Trace 2

Trace 3

Trace 4

Replay : The manual operation paths are repeated and replayed. Stop key will stop the replay.

* If the operation range is limited using Pan Limit and Tilt Limit, please note that other operations beyond the limited operation range are not possible.

Memorize: Manual operations for minimum 120 seconds after executing this function are memorized into the internal memory. Nevertheless, the memorizing time becomes different depending on the PTZ operation. OVER mark will finish this function.

* If the operation range is limited using Pan Limit and Tilt Limit, only the operations within the limited range are memorized.

Notes

• Press the OSD key to stop the internal memory to continue saving.

Auto Run: If there is no controller operation by the user for a certain time, the sequence operation designated by the user will be executed.

Mode - • OFF : Auto Run will be cancelled.

• Preset : Auto Run in the corresponding Preset number

• Swing : Auto Run in the corresponding Swing mode

• Group : Auto Run in the corresponding Group number

• Tour : Auto Run in the corresponding Tour number

• Trace : Auto Run in the corresponding Trace number

• A. Pan : 350˚ Auto Run in Pan direction

* Auto Pan Speed: Pan operation in the speed designated by the user

* Tilt Angle: The tilt angle set up by the user is kept.

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Time : Auto Run operation is executed after a certain time designated by the user.

* Time can be set up by the unit of 5, 10, 20, 30 sec and 1~5 min.

Power On Resume : When the power supply for the camera is stopped for some reason, such as electricity failure, and resumed, the Sequence

Settings before the power off are restored.

Sequence Setting

Preset

Swing SEQ

Group SEQ

Tour SEQ

PTZ Trace

Auto Run

Power On Resume OFF

Sequence Setting

Preset

Swing SEQ

Group SEQ

Tour SEQ

PTZ Trace

Auto Run

Power On Resume ON

3) P/T Setting

Pan Limit : The moving range in the Pan direction can be limited.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

P/T Setting

Pan Limit

Tilt Limit

Area Setting

Area Masking

Prop. P/T

Digital Flip

Jog Speed

ON

ON

Manual

Position : Moving range can be set up. Set the position from the left using the joystick and the Execution key. The stop position may change due to the initialization by such operation as power resumption depending on position setting. This does not mean it is out of order.

On/Off : When this function is on, the limit is effective. Default setting is Off.

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Functional Description

Tilt Limit : Moving range in the tilt direction can be limited.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

P/T Setting

Pan Limit

Tilt Limit

Area Setting

Area Masking

Prop. P/T

Digital Flip

Jog Speed

ON

ON

Manual

Position : Moving range can be set up. Set the position from the top direction using the joystick and the Execution key. The stop position may change due to initialization by such operation as power resumption depending on position setting. This does not mean it is out of order.

On/Off : The application of limitation will be determined. Default setting is Off.

Area Setting : Areas can be indicated. Areas can be designated up to 4.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

P/T Setting

Pan Limit

Tilt Limit

Area Setting

Area Masking

Prop. P/T

Digital Flip

Jog Speed

ON

ON

Manual

Area Name : Area name can be set up. Use the joystick and the Execution key to enter the area name. A maximum of 12 letters (English,

Chinese, numbers) can be entered. When you finish inputting the name, adjust the position mark to ”SET” using the joystick and press the Execution key. This is the end of Area Name setting.

Area Position : Area range can be designated. Use the joystick and the Execution key to determine the position from the left. If the area range is overlapped, the smaller area number will indicate the overlapping part.

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On/Off : It can be determined whether or not to activate the area mark. The activation becomes effective as soon as the position moves from the current area to other areas. Set up the OSD Setting as ON. If it is in OFF mode, this function does not work. Default setting is OFF.

Area Masking : If you want to exclude some areas for surveillance, they can be turned into black. You can mask 4 parts of one screen.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

P/T Setting

Pan Limit

Tilt Limit

Area Setting

Area Masking

Prop. P/T

Digital Flip

Jog Speed

ON

ON

Manual

Position : Use the joystick and the Execution key to determine the position for screen operation from the left.

On/Off : Operation of screen area masking can be determined. Default setting is OFF.

Prop. P/T : Pan and Tilt speeds can be changed depending on zoom magnification.

Tele will slow down the speed of Pan/Tilt and Wide will increase the

Pan/Tilt speed. It will take about 20 seconds for 1 cycle in Tele mode and about 3 seconds in the Wide mode. Default setting is ON.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

P/T Setting

Pan Limit

Tilt Limit

Area Setting

Area Masking

Prop. P/T

Digital Flip

Jog Speed

ON

ON

Manual

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Functional Description

Digital Flip : When you operate the Tilt up to 100˚ limit using the joystick and keep it for a certain time, the image gets reversed automatically and the opposite Tilt area is seen. When you want to monitor the moving object under the camera, execute the Digital Flip function using the controller’s joystick. You can observe the moving object without reversing of the screen.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

P/T Setting

Pan Limit

Tilt Limit

Area Setting

Area Masking

Prop. P/T

Digital Flip

Jog Speed

ON

ON

Manual

Jog Speed : Because using controller or DVR's Pan/Tilt command protocol is fixed speed type ,so that occation that Pan/Tilt speed is slow, can adjust command rate by enter manual mode.

4) OSD Setting

Camera ID (Default setting is ON.) : Camera ID indication is set up.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

OSD Setting

Camera ID

Camera Name

Preset Number

Preset Name

ON

ON

Sequence Status OFF

Area Name OFF

PTZ Position

Language

ON

English

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Camera Name : Camera name is set up.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

OSD Setting

Camera ID

Camera Name

ON

Preset Number ON

Preset Name

Sequence Status ON

Area Name

PTZ Position

Language

OFF

ON

English

Camera Name [ ]

0123456789()[ ]#&%/~-=_

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz

äöÖüÄÜàâçéèêëîïôûôùÿñÑáí

óúÀÂÇÉÈÊËÏÏÔߌæÑÛÙŸÁÍÓÚÅ

Camera Name

ON/OFF

Edit

ON

Edit : A maximum of 12 characters consisting of English (or Chinese, Japanese), numbers and special characters can be input for Camera Name.

On/Off : The operation of this function is preset. Default setting is On.

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Functional Description

Preset Number (Default setting is ON.) : Preset numbering is set up.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

OSD Setting

Camera ID

Camera Name

Preset Number

Preset Name

ON

ON

Sequence Status ON

Area Name OFF

PTZ Position

Language

ON

English

Preset Name

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

OSD Setting

Camera ID

Camera Name

Preset Number

Preset Name

ON

ON

Sequence Status ON

Area Name OFF

PTZ Position

Language

ON

English

Preset Name [ ]

0123456789()[ ]#&%/~-=_

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz

äöÖüÄÜàâçéèêëîïôûôùÿñÑáí

óúÀÂÇÉÈÊËÏÏÔߌæÑÛÙŸÁÍÓÚÅ

Preset Name

ON/OFF

Edit

ON

Edit : A maximum of 12 characters consisting of English (or Chinese), numbers and special characters can be input for Preset Name.

On/Off : The operation of this function is predetermined. Default setting is On.

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Sequence Status (Default setting is ON.) : Display of the Sequence Group is set up.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

OSD Setting

Camera ID

Camera Name

Preset Number

Preset Name

ON

ON

Sequence Status OFF

Area Name OFF

PTZ Position

Language

ON

English

Area Name : Display of Area Name is set up.

• When the Area Name is OFF, the Area Name cannot be displayed.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

OSD Setting

Camera ID

Camera Name

Preset Number

Preset Name

ON

ON

Sequence Status OFF

Area Name OFF

PTZ Position

Language

ON

English

PTZ Position : Pan and Tilt position and Zoom magnification are displayed.

• PTZ positions are not displayed in the OFF mode. (Only manual operation can display them.)

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

OSD Setting

Camera ID

Camera Name

ON

Preset Number ON

Preset Name

Sequence Status OFF

Area Name

PTZ Position

Language

OFF

ON

English

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Functional Description

Language : The OSD can be displayed either in English (default setting) , Chinese,

French, German, Italy and Spanish

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

OSD Setting

Camera ID

Camera Name

Preset Number

Preset Name

ON

ON

Sequence Status OFF

Area Name OFF

PTZ Position

Language

ON

English

5) Alarm Setting

Output Clear : If you want to cancel the operating Alarm outputs at once, select the corresponding menu to cancel the operating Alarm.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

Alarm Setting

Output Clear

Input 1

Input 2

Output

Enable

MD Dwell Time

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON 30 SEC

Input 1, Input 2 : Alarm Input Mode/Priority/Method is set up.

Alarm Setting

Output Clear

Input 1

Input 2

Output

Enable

MD Dwell Time

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON 30 SEC

Alarm Setting

Output Clear

Input 1 NO L PRESET 031

Input 2 NC H PRESET 031

Output ON *1*2 MD 03SEC

Enable ON

MD Dwell Time ON 30 SEC

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NC/NO/OFF : NC/NO/OFF can be selected depending on the alarm sensor.

L/H (Priority) : Priority for the 2 alarm inputs is set up. Response comes first from the alarm input of higher priority.

Preset/Swing/Group/Tour/Trace/A.PAN :

Whether to enable the operation of Preset/Swing/Group/Tour/Trace/A.PAN by alarm input can be set up. When the alarm is input, it stays in the Preset/Swing/ Group/

Tour/Trace/A.PAN position.

Output : One of the 2 Alarm Outs and MD(Motion Detection) corresponds to each Alarm input.

Alarm Setting

Output Clear

Input 1

Input 2

Output

Enable

MD Dwell Time

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON 30 SEC

Alarm Setting

Output Clear

Input 1 NO L PRESET 031

Input 2 NC L PRESET 031

Output ON *1*2 MD 03SEC

Enable ON

MD Dwell Time ON 30 SEC

For the 2 Alarm Outputs, On/Off and the operation time can be set up in the units of second/minute/hour. (1-59 sec, 1-59 min, 1-59 hour)

Enable : It can be determined whether to enable the alarm setting.

Alarm Setting

Output Clear

Input 1

Input 2

Output

Enable

MD Dwell Time

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON 30 SEC

Alarm Setting

Output Clear

Input 1 NO L PRESET 031

Input 2 NC L PRESET 031

Output ON *1*2 MD 03SEC

Enable ON

MD Dwell Time ON 30 SEC

ON/OFF : Alarm is enabled in ON mode.

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Functional Description

MD Dwell Time : When was motion detection in each preset that have established motion detection function, it set time that keep relevant preset.

For detailed settings of the Motion Detection for each Preset menu, see page 42 and 43.

Alarm Setting

Output Clear

Input 1

Input 2

Output

Enable

MD Dwell Time

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF 30 SEC

Alarm Setting

Output Clear

Input 1

Input 2

Output

Enable

MD Dwell Time

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON 30 SEC

ON/OFF : It can be set up how long the operation will be kept when the motion is detected. (1-59 sec, 1-59 min)

6) Initialization Setting

• Initialization Menu

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

Initialize

Power ON Reset

Initial Position

Factory Default Set

Camera Default Set

Auto Refresh OFF

Power On Reset : Camera is initialized into the original status of power input.

Initial Position : If you want to set the default direction of the camera so that the camera faces that direction when the power is turned on, you can set up the desired Pan and Tilt for the camera.

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Factory Default Settings : Camera is initialized into the factory default settings.

Data including Preset is deleted. This function is used for initialization all settings.

Camera Default Settings: If only the camera module is replaced due to camera module failure, the new camera module can be set up with the settings of the old camera module.

Auto Refresh : The electric circuit and the status of the equipment parts within the camera are optimized regularly. (The cycle can be set up.) If camera faces toward a certain source of light or if the settings cannot be kept because of the long time rotation filming of a certain area, the Auto Refresh function is used to maintain and reset the existing camera settings. Default setting is OFF.

OFF, 1-7 Days : This function is disabled in the OFF mode. 1-7 Days enables the

Auto Refresh operation in the interval of the selected days. Auto

Refresh takes less than 10 seconds. The message “Auto Refresh” disappears after finishing the operation.

7) Status

The status of dome camera setting is displayed.

Main Menu

Camera Setting

Sequence Setting

P/T Setting

OSD Setting

Alarm Setting

Initialize

Status

Camera Status

CAM MODER = 10NC

CAM VERSION = 4.6

DOME VERSION = 1.00

CON PROTOCOL = SAMSUNG TW

DOME ID

CONTROLLER

= 001

= Duplex-9600

Cam Model = 10NC

Cam Version = 4.6

Dome Version = 1.00

Dome ID=001

Controller=Duplex-9600

Camera Model

Camera S/W Version

Control Board S/W Version

Dome Camera ID

Communication Mode Setup

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Product Structure and Installation

Product Structure Installation1 (Mini PTZ Dome Camera Control)

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Product Structure and Installation

Installation 2 (Mini PTZ Dome Camera Control)

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Specifications

Imaging device

TV

Total Number of Pixels

Valid Pixel

Horizontal Scan Frequency

Vertical Scan Frequency

Synchronization

Image Output

S/N Ratio

Horizontal Resolution

Minimum Light for Object

Electronic Shutter

Sens-Up

Day&Night

Stabilizer

White Balance

Flickerless Adjustment

Iris

Gain Control

OSD Display

Outline Correction

Focal Length

Digital Zoom

Maximum Aperture Rate

Coverage Angle

Proximity Distance

Horizontal Rotation Angle

Horizontal Rotation

Horizontal Rotation Speed

Horizontal Minimum

Moving Angle

Vertical Rotation Angle

SPD-1000

1/4” Color Interline Transfer CCD. 410.000pixel

NTSC

811(H) X 508(V)

768(H) X 494(V)

15.734kHz

59.94Hz

Internal Sync

1.0p-p/75Ω

Higher than 50dB (AGC OFF)

520 TV Lines (Color) / 570 TV Lines(B/W)

0.7Lux(Color), 0.1Lux(B/W)/(@50IRE), 0.0007Lux (Day & Night is On.)/(@50IRE)

Auto/Manual (1/60 - 1/120.000)

ON (x2 - x128 Fields) / OFF

ICR(Filter Switching) ON/OFF

Camera Shake Correction: Stabilizer may be set to “On” or “Off”

ATW(Indoor/Outdoor Selection)/AWC/Manual (1,800K - 10,500K)

Fixed Shutter Speed (1/100)

Auto/Manual (Iris Level Adjustment Mode)

Middle, High, Off

ON/OFF

Adjustable Level

F3.8mm(WIDE)~F38.0mm(TELE), 10X Optical Zoom

OFF, 2~10X Selection (Total 100X Zoom)

Ligh Angle 1: 1.6, Telescopic 1: 2.8

Wide: 51.2˚(H) X 39.3˚(V) Tele: 5.58˚(H) X 4.27˚(V)

1.5m (Tele)

350˚

Manual/Program

Manual: 0.5˚ ~ 70˚/s(64 levels) Preset: 0.5˚ ~ 140˚/s(64 levels)

0.02˚

-5˚~ 185˚ (Digital Flip)

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Specifications

Vertical Rotation

Vertical Rotation Speed

Vertical Minimum

Moving Angle

Preset Position

Area Masking

Alarm

Operating Temperature

Operating Humidity

Storage Temperature

Storage Humidity

Power, Voltage

Consumption Electricity

Dimension

Weight

Option

SPD-1000

Manual/Program

Manual: 0.5˚ - 50˚/s(64 levels) Preset: 0.5˚ - 100˚/s(64 levels)

0.02˚

Max 128 points

Max 4 locations

2 Alarm Inputs

1 Alarm Outputs (Relay: NC/NO/COM, 0.5A 125VAC, 2A 30VDC Max)

-10˚C - +50˚C

20% ~ 75%(Except for dew condensation)

-20˚C - +60˚C

20% ~ 95%(Except for dew condensation)

DC 12V±10%

Operation 6 Watts

Ø140 X 134.8mm

Less than 0.8kg

• Wall Mount Bracket : STB-280PW

• Wall Mount Bracket : STB-230PW

• Dome Housing : STH-1000PI

* The product design and dimensions may change without previous notice for improvement of performance.

• The copyright of this manual belongs to Samsung Techwin Co. Ltd.

• Parts or the whole of this manual cannot be reproduced or transmitted by any electric, mechanic or audio method without the authorized written approval of Samsung Techwin.

• The contents of this manual may be changed for an improvement of functions.

DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

Application of Council Directive(s) EMC-Directive 89/336 EEC and its amendments

Manufacturer's Name SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD

Manufacturer's Address SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD

42, SUNGJU-DONG CHANGWON-CITY,

KYUNGNAM, KOREA, 641-120

European Representative Name

European Representative Address

Equipment Type/Environment

Model Name

Beginning Serial NO.

Year of Manufacture

Conformance to

Dome Camera

SPD-1000

S7700001

2007. 07. 10

EN 55022 : 1994 +A1 : 1995 +A2 : 1997

EN 50130-4 : 1995 +A1 :1998

We, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above conforms to the above Directive(s).

Manufacturer SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD Legal Representative in Europe

Signature Signature

Full Name

Position

YOUNG TAEK SON

QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER

Full Name

Position

Place

Date 2007. 07. 10 Date

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