ZN-D9000 Manual
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Thank you for your purchase of this product.
Before operating the product, please read this instruction manual
carefully to ensure proper use of the product.
Please store this instruction manual in a safe place for future reference.
This camera is a surveillance camera that functions through the
network. Install a software included, or sold separately, before using
this product.
For details of the installation and usage of the software or the camera,
please refer to the instruction manual (PDF) in the CD-ROM included.
PRODUCT FEATURES
High resolution surveillance camera with a built-in 1/4- type CCD.
Integrated varifocal lens allows for versatile application and easy installation.
The day and night function provides high quality color picture in the
normal lighting conditions (day mode) and high sensitivity black and
white picture in the low light conditions (night mode).
Surface or embedded installation.
Manual pan/tilt/rotation mechanism.
For power source, you can use not only 12 V DC / 24 V AC but also the
PoE power source through the LAN cable.
The simultaneous stream of the MPEG-4/MJPEG images is available
at 30 fps maximum.
You can compress image/audio signals, one channel for each, to be
transmitted through a single LAN cable.
Audio signals are bi-directional.
With a slot provided for a microSD card, JPEG still images can be
recorded by using a microSD card that is sold separately.
A channel is provided for each of the alarm and the audio input/output.
Windows® is a registered trademark or brand of Microsoft Corporation in
the United States and other countries.
CONTENTS
PRODUCT FEATURES ...................................................................... EG-2
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................... EG-3
PARTS DESCRIPTION....................................................................... EG-4
INSTALLATION AND ADJUSTMENT ................................................ EG-5
SPECIFICATIONS..............................................................................EG-11
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(8) Be sure to use screws suitable for the type of material to which the camera is
being mounted.
(9) Do not allow the camera to be subjected to strong impacts or shocks. The
camera could be damaged by improper handling or storage.
(10) Never attempt to disassemble or modify the camera.
(11) If an abnormality should occur, immediately turn off the power and consult your
dealer.
(12) When inserting or extracting a microSD card, be sure to turn off the power for
safety's sake.
(13) When using the PoE power source, be sure to use a IEEE802.3af supported
hub or a power unit.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The installation should be made by a qualified service person and should
conform to all local codes.
This symbol indicates that there is a possibility of death or damage to
operator or others.
To prevent fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or
moisture.
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This symbol indicates that there is a possibility of injury or damage to
equipment.
(1) Use only 24 V AC power supply marked class 2 or +12 V DC regulated power
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions : (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
supply marked class 2.
(2) To prevent fire or electrical shock, UL listed class 2 wiring should be used for
the 12 V DC or 24 V AC input terminal.
(3) Be sure to connect each lead to the appropriate terminal. Wrong connection
WARNING-TO REDUCE A RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN MOISTURE.
may cause malfunction and / or damage to the video camera.
(4) Do not attempt to aim the camera at the sun or other extremely bright objects
that cause smear to appear irrespective of whether the camera is operating or
not. This can damage the CCD (Charge Coupled Device).
(5) Do not place the camera in the following locations.
1 Locations subject to extremely high or low temperatures.
(Operating temperature range: -10°C to +50°C {14°F to 122°F})
(Storage temperature range: -20°C to +60°C {-4°F to 140°F})
2 Locations subject to high levels of humidity and dust.
(Operating humidity range: max 85% {No condensation})
(Storage humidity range: max 95% {No condensation})
3 Locations where there are large amounts of water vapor and steam.
(6) Ensure the location selected is sufficiently strong enough to support the weight
of the camera and is free from vibration.
(7) When this camera is installed near equipment that emits a strong electromagnetic field, some irregularity such as noise on the monitor screen may happen.
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PARTS DESCRIPTION
Camera body interior
Exterior
Surface mount cover
Body cover
Inner cover
Positioning of the lens body angle/focus lever varies
depending on the lens. The levers are marked with
the following guides. Please refer to these marks for
operation when using the product.
9
W
N : Focus adjustment lever
T : View angle adjustment lever
Rotary ring
LAN cable connector
Lens
LAN connection
confirmation LED
Slot for a microSD card
Service monitor mode
selection button (Green)
Initialize button (White)
Dome cover
Camera body
Accessories
Power input terminal
Video output connector
for service monitor
I/O cable connector
Power cable (plug)
Service monitor cable
Adapter ring
I/O cables
M4 x 20 2 pcs.
Self-tapping screws
(page EG-7)
LAN cable (jack)
Removing and attaching the cover
Dome cover
To remove : Pull the cover away.
To attach : Insert the cover and push it gently until you hear a click.
Body cover
To remove : Insert a flat-bladed screwdriver into the groove between
the camera body and the body cover, then twist the
screwdriver.
To attach : Align the corrugations on the camera body and body
cover, then push until you hear a click.
Power cable (jack)
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INSTALLATION AND ADJUSTMENT
Attaching the unit
Attaching to the surface of the ceiling or wall
You can use the following three methods to attach the unit. Please
use the method that best fits the conditions of the area in which you
want to install the unit.
This section explains how to install the unit where cables are running
through the interior of the ceiling or wall. When running cables on the
exterior surface of the ceiling or wall, please drill holes in the ceiling
or wall as directed in step 1, then refer to “Running cables on the
exterior surface of the ceiling or wall” (page EG-6).
Attaching to the surface of the ceiling or wall
1
Use this method to attach the unit to the surface of
the ceiling or wall (right of this page).
Drilling holes in the ceiling or wall
Use the template included to mark out the position on the ceiling or
wall where you want to install the unit.
When running cables through the interior of the ceiling or wall
Use the template, and drill three holes. Two for screws (Screw A) used to
attach the camera body and one for the cables (Cables).
When running cables on the exterior surface of the ceiling or wall
Use the template, and drill two holes for screws (Screw A) used to attach
the camera body.
Embedding in the ceiling or wall
Use this method to attach the unit by embedding it
in the ceiling or wall (page EG-6).
Be sure to use the adapter ring to attach the
camera.
Attaching to a 4S junction box
Use this method to attach the unit when a 4S
junction box is available (page EG-7).
Be sure to use the adapter ring to attach the
camera.
2
Connecting the cables
3
Attaching the camera body
For details of the cable connection, refer to “Connecting the cables”
(page EG-8).
1Remove the body cover.
2Attach the camera body to the
ceiling or wall.
Before attaching the unit
Please use fixing screws suitable
for the material of the ceiling or
wall when attaching the camera
body. We recommend using
screws with 4 mm diameter.
When attaching (or removing) the unit, turn the camera body to bring
together the two screw holes as shown in the drawing below.
screw holes
When you finish attaching the camera, refer to page EG-8.
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Embedding in the ceiling or wall
Running cables on the exterior surface of the ceiling or
wall
Be sure to use the adapter ring when embedding the unit in the
ceiling or wall.
1
To run cables on the exterior surface of the ceiling or wall, use the
following procedure to attach the camera body.
1 Remove the surface mount cover from the camera body.
Drilling holes in the ceiling or wall
Use the template included to mark out the position on the ceiling or
wall where you want to install the unit.
Use the template, drill two holes for screws (Screw B) used to attach the
adapter ring. Then, follow the perforations on the template and cut out a
hole to embed the camera body.
Hold the body cover and turn
the surface mount cover in a
counter-clockwise direction
until you hear a click.
Attention
Double check to make sure that the sizes and positions of the holes are
appropriate BEFORE drilling the holes.
2
2 Remove the section of the surface
mount cover indicated in the drawing
and then drill a hole through which the
cable is passed.
Bend and remove this area.
3 Attach the surface mount cover to the
camera body.
4 Remove the body cover.
5 Attach the camera body to the ceiling
or wall.
Attaching the adapter ring
Attach the adapter ring to the ceiling or wall to
which you want to attach the camera body.
Please use fixing screws suitable for the material of the ceiling or wall when attaching the
camera body. We recommend using screws
with 4 mm diameter.
3
Connecting the cables
4
Attaching the camera body
For details of the cable connection, refer to “Connecting the cables”
(page EG-8).
1 Remove the surface mount cover from
the camera body.
Pass the cable through the holes
you prepared in Step 2 above.
Please use fixing screws suitable
for the material of the ceiling or wall
when attaching the camera body. Pass the cable through here.
We recommend using screws with
4 mm diameter.
2 Remove the body cover.
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3
3 Attach the camera body to the
adapter ring.
Please use the self-tapping screws
included. Do not use any other
screws.
Attaching the camera body
1 Remove the surface mount cover
from the camera body.
2 Remove the body cover.
3 Attach the camera body to the
adapter ring.
Please use the self-tapping screws
included. Do not use any other
screws.
When you finish attaching the camera, refer to page EG-8.
Attaching to a 4S junction box
Be sure to use the adapter ring to attach the camera body when
embedding it in the 4S junction box.
1
Attaching the adapter ring
Attach the adapter ring to the 4S junction
box.
Please use screws that are suitable for the
4S junction box.
When you finish attaching the camera, refer to page EG-8.
Attention
Do not tighten the screws to the extent that the
adapter ring is bent.
2
Connecting the cables
For details of the cable connection, refer to “Connecting the cables”
(page EG-8).
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Connecting the cables
Attention
Connect the power cable and the LAN cable.
When the power is supplied at the same time from the PoE power source
and the power cable, the power cable line is used.
When the PoE power source is used, the connection of the power cable is
not required.
Use CLASS 2 power supply when you use 24 V AC.
Be sure to check that the cables are connected correctly before turning the
power on.
Turning on the power when the cables are connected with incorrect polarity
may damage the camera.
Be sure to use a LAN cable of category 5 or above.
Attention
Check if the power supply is “OFF.”
1
Connecting the power supply cable.
1 Connect the power cable (plug) included to the power source. In
the case of 12 V DC, connect the red cable to 12 V DC and the
black cable to the GND.
DC12V
RED
BLACK
Connection of I/O cables
When using an alarm and/or a speaker,
connect the I/O cables to the I/O cable
terminals provided on the camera body.
2 Connect the power cable (plug) connected in Step 1 above to the
power cable (jack) of the camera body.
Attention
Wiring of I/O cable
1
2
3
4
When connecting the power source directly to the power input terminal of
the camera body without using the power cable (plug) included, be sure to
use a heat-resistant cable (resistant to the temperature higher than 75°C).
When connecting the 12 V DC power directly to the power input terminal
of the camera body without using the power cable (plug) included, be sure
to align “+12 V DC” with “GND” that are displayed near the terminal of the
board.
2
(Brown) Input
(Red) GND
(Orange) Output
(Yellow) Output
5
6
7
8
(Green) Speaker (Output)
(Blue) GND
(Purple) Microphone (Input)
(Grey) GND
Attention
“1” is an alarm input terminal with no-voltage make-contact input (3.3 V DC
pull-up resistor built-in, short circuit current is 0.4 mA).
“3” and “4” are alarm output terminals with contact output (30 V DC, 1 A
- 125 V AC 0.3 A).
Connecting the LAN cable.
Connect the LAN cable to the LAN cable (jack) of the camera body.
When the LAN cable is connected, the LAN cable
connection confirmation LED (orange) lights up. The
LED (yellow) or (green) is flashing according to Receive
and Transmit.
Receive (Yellow)
Connection confirmation (Orange)
Transmit (Green)
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Installation of a microSD card
Adjusting the camera direction
When a microSD card that is sold separately is
used to save images, insert it into the microSD
card slot.
The camera body is set in a tri-axial mounting allowing movement in
the pan, tilt, and rotational planes.
1 Adjust the direction of the lens so it faces the subject.
350º Pan
Attention
Be sure to FAT-format a microSD card with Windows® before using it.
When inserting or extracting a microSD card, be sure to turn off the power
source.
The upper limit of the microSD card is 2 GB, SDHC memory card is not
supported.
Indicates the top
of the camera
Attaching the service monitor
350º Rotation
180º Tilt
Use the service monitor cable to check
and adjust camera direction, focus, and
angle on a service monitor.
Attention
Using the camera in a near-horizontal position will show the camera cover
on screen.
Forcibly adjusting the camera to point in directions beyond the limits of
the mounting may cause the cable to catch on internal components and
damage the camera.
When adjusting the rotation or vertical direction of the camera, be sure to
hold the rotary ring, not the lens. When holding the lens for adjustment,
normal images cannot be obtained.
2 When you have finished adjusting the direction of the lens, tighten the
locking screw with a screwdriver.
The service monitor is not supplied in the
cell. Please have one ready.
Switching to the service monitor mode
When using a service monitor, keep the
service monitor mode selection button
(green) pressed for 2 seconds.
To cancel the service monitor mode, keep the
service monitor mode selection button pressed
for 2 seconds.
While in the service monitor mode, the delivery of
signals to the network is stopped.
Service monitor mode
selection button (Green)
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Adjusting the view angle and focus
Installation and adjustment complete
Move the lever to adjust focus and angle of view.
1 Attach the body cover.
2 Turn the inner cover. Then align
the slit with the lens before
attaching the dome cover.
Focus adjustment lever / View angle
adjustment lever
When using ZN-D9922 or ZN-DN9922
Adjust the focal point while attaching the dome cover so that the
optical axis of the lens passes through at the center of the dome
cover as shown in the drawing below.
Initialization of the settings
Keeping the initialize button (white) pressed for 8 seconds returns the
settings to the factory default setting.
The factory default IP address is 192.168.0.250.
Axis of the lens
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model No.
Focal length (Wide to Tele)
Max. aperture ratio
Iris
NTSC system (Service monitor output)
Angle of view (Wide to Tele)
D
H
V
Image sensor
Effective pixels
Scanning system
Gamma characteristic
Slow shutter OFF (1/30 sec.)/ Color
Minimum subject illuminance
Slow shutter OFF (1/30 sec.)/ B/W
Luminance signal 126 (8 bits)
Slow shutter ON (1 sec.)/ Color
AGC High
Slow shutter ON (1 sec.)/ B/W
AGC
Backlight compensation
Electronic zoom
White balance
Iris control
Electronic sensitivity up
Flickerless
Image compression
Image resolution
Bit rate
Frame rate
Audio compression
Supported protocol
Audio function
Input
Output
Digital Day/Night model
Mechanical Day/Night model
ZN-D9312NHA
ZN-D9922NHA
ZN-DN9312NHA
ZN-DN9922NHA
3.3 mm - 12 mm
9 mm - 22 mm
3.3 mm - 12 mm
9 mm - 22 mm
1 : 1.4
1 : 1.4
1 : 1.4
1 : 1.4
F1.4 - F360C
F1.4 - F360C
F1.4 - F360C
F1.4 - F360C
(DC auto iris)
(DC auto iris)
(DC auto iris)
(DC auto iris)
82.7° - 22.4°
29.8° - 12.2°
82.7° - 22.4°
29.8° - 12.2°
63.6° - 17.9°
23.3° - 9.8°
63.6° - 17.9°
23.3° - 9.8°
46.5° - 13.5°
17.2° - 7.3°
46.5° - 13.5°
17.2° - 7.3°
1/4- type interline transfer CCD
659 (H) x 494 (V) 330,000 pixels
Progressive
0.45
1.3 lx
1.7 lx
1.7 lx
1.7 lx
1.7 lx
0.8 lx
1.0 lx
1.0 lx
0.22 lx
0.22 lx
0.05 lx
0.06 lx
0.06 lx
0.06 lx
0.06 lx
0.027 lx
0.033 lx
0.033 lx
0.008 lx
0.008 lx
Low / Middle / High
OFF / ON
12 times, maximum ( x 2, x 4, x 8, x 12 )
AUTO / WIDE / MANUAL
DC iris / AES 1/30 to 1/15,000 sec. linear shutter (DC iris full open fixed)
Maximum accumulation time x 2 (1/15 s), x 4 (1/7.5 s), x 6 (1/5 s), x 8 (1/3.75 s), x 12 (1/2.5 s), x 30 (1 s)
OFF / 50 Hz (1/50 sec. integral multiple shutter) / 60 Hz (1/60 sec. integral multiple shutter)
MPEG-4 / MJPEG
VGA (640×480) / CIF (352×288) / QVGA (320×240) / QCIF (176×144)
Maximum 8000 kbps (MPEG-4)
Maximum 30 fps
ITU-T G.711
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, RTP/RTCP/RTSP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, NTP
Impedance 10k Ω plug-in power method, 2.6 V supplied
32 Ω, maximum 30 mW
ZN-D9024NHA
2 mm - 4 mm
1 : 1.2
F1.2 - F360C
(DC auto iris)
134.5° - 66.8°
105.1° - 53.2°
77.4° - 39.8°
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Digital Day/Night model
Mechanical Day/Night model
ZN-D9024NHA
ZN-D9312NHA
ZN-D9922NHA
ZN-DN9312NHA
ZN-DN9922NHA
1 line: No-voltage make contact input (3.3 V DC pull-up resistor built-in - short circuit current 0.4 mA)
1 line: Relay contact output (Maximum 30 V DC, 1 A - 125 V AC 0.3 A)
Switch function
Service monitor mode selection button/Initialize button
External memory
Supporting the microSD card (Upper limit: 2 Gbytes, SDHC memory card is not supported)
Power source
12 V DC ± 10% 24 V AC ± 10% (50 Hz / 60 Hz ± 1 Hz) PoE (IEEE802.3af) power supply
Power consumption
12 V DC : 540 mA or less 24 V AC : 580 mA or less (6.2 W or less)
Ambient temperature
Operational limits: -10°C to +50°C / Storage limits: -20°C to +60°C
Ambient humidity (No condensing)
Operational limits: RH 85% or less / Storage limits: RH 95% or less
External dimensions
144 ( ϕ ) mm x 110 ( H ) mm
Weight
470 g
460 g
460 g
460 g
470 g
Accessories
Cable for service monitor, Power cable (plug), I/O cables, Adapter ring, Self-tapping screws (M4 x 20: 2pcs.),
Template, Application software (CD), Instruction manual (this document)
* The specifications and/or appearance of the product may change without a prior notice.
Model No.
Alarm function
NTSC system (Service monitor output)
Input
Output
143-1.0
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