INSTALLATION MANUAL - Divitec Camera Solutions

INSTALLATION MANUAL - Divitec Camera Solutions
INSTALLATION MANUAL
DISCLAIMER
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While every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this guide
is accurate and complete, no liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions.
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We reserve the right to change the specifications of the hardware and software
described herein at any time without prior notice.
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No part of this guide may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval
system, or translated into any language in any form, by any means, without prior written
permission of us.
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We make no warranties for damages resulting from corrupted or lost data due to a
mistaken operation or malfunction of the Speed Dome Cameras, peripheral devices, or
unapproved/unsupported devices.
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WARNING AND CAUTION
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DO NOT INSERT ANY METALLIC OBJECTS
THROUGH THE VENTILATION GRILLS OR OPENINGS ON THE EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION
The lightning flash with 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)
instruction in the literature accompanying the product.
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FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
FCC INFORMATION: THIS EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN TESTED AND FOUND TO
COMPLY WITH THE 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.
CAUTION: CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY
THE PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLIANCE COULD VOID THE USER'S
AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
THIS CLASS A DIGITAL EQUIPMENT COMPLIES WITH CANADIAN ICES-003.
CET APPAREIL NUMÉRIQUE DE LA CLASSE A EST CONFORME À LA
NORME NMB-003 DU CANADA.
CE COMPLIANCE STATE
WARNING
THIS IS A CLASS A PRODUCT. IN A DOMESTIC ENVIRONMENT THIS
PRODUCT MAY CAUSE RADIO INTERFERENCE IN WHICH CASE THE USER
MAY BE REQUIRED TO TAKE ADEQUATE MEASURES.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
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Read these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this equipment near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
7. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
equipment (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
8. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for
your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
9. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the equipment.
10. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
11. Unplug this equipment during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
12. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
equipment has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the equipment, the
equipment has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
13. CAUTION - THESE SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR USE BY QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT PERFORM ANY SERVICING OTHER THAN THAT CONTAINED IN THE
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS UNLESS YOU ARE QUALIFIED TO DO SO.
14. Use Certified/Listed Class 2 power supply transformer only.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
DISCLAIMER .................................................................................................................................. 2
WARNING AND CAUTION ......................................................................................................... 3
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT ................................................................................................ 4
CE COMPLIANCE STATE ............................................................................................................. 4
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ........................................................................................................ 5
TABLE OF CONTENTS .................................................................................................................. 6
INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................ 7
CONTENT VERIFICATION ........................................................................................................... 8
DIMENSIONS ................................................................................................................................. 8
ADJUSTING THE 3-AXIS BRACKET ........................................................................................... 9
WIRING DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................... 10
REMOTE CONTROLLER KEYS & DESCRIPTIONS ................................................................ 12
ADJUSTING THE LENS & SETUP MENU .............................................................................. 13
OSD MENU CONTROLS & NAVIGATION ............................................................................ 14
FOCUS ......................................................................................................................................... 15
WB SETUP (WHITE BALANCE SETUP).................................................................................. 16
AE SETUP (AUTO EXPOSURE SETUP)................................................................................... 17
SPECIAL ...................................................................................................................................... 18
DISPLAY...................................................................................................................................... 20
FUNCTION ................................................................................................................................. 21
IR RADIATOR ............................................................................................................................ 26
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION................................................................................................... 27
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INTRODUCTION
Features
Our camera is equipped with high resolution 1/4” Super HAD CCD Imager for enhanced
lowlight sensitivity. User-friendly, on-screen pull-down menus and short-cuts make it easy to
setup and program functions.
*Before installing and using this camera, please read this manual fully and carefully, and
be sure to keep it handy for later use.
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580 TV Lines
True Night Shot function with ICR Day/Night Function
Auto Focus & Auto Iris,DSS(x256)
0.2 Lux(Color w/ Normal Mode), 0.02 Lux(B/W), 0.00 Lux(IR LED On)
OSD for Camera Setup
8 programmable presets, 4 privacy
Home Function
RS-485 Communication
IR Remote Controller (Optional)
Built-in Optical 22X (3.9~85.8mm), Digital 16X (total X352)
78 IR LEDs
1 Relay Out
2 Alarm In
IR Adjustments: On/Off, & Brightness Level (Smart IR)
IR Distance: Up to 300 ft
Fan & Heater (Optional)
Weatherproof – IP66
3 Axis bracket
12VDC / 24VAC
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CONTENT VERIFICATION
Before installing the camera, please make sure that the following items are included in the
box:
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Integrated Camera
Sunshield
Remote Controller (Optional)
Instruction Manual
Mounting Hardware
If any of these materials are missing, please contact the vendor or customer service
department immediately.
DIMENSIONS
Unit : Inch (mm) :
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ADJUSTING THE 3-AXIS BRACKET
Loosen the corresponding screws before attempting to make Pan, Tilt and Rotation
adjustments.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
GENERAL OVERVIEW
Use minimum of power source 12VDC, 5A / 24VAC, 2.5A
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Connect the VIDEO-OUT jack to the VIDEO-INPUT of the device.
As the connecting method varies with the equipment, refer to the manual supplied with
the equipment.
Always make sure that the camera’s power is off when connecting the cables.
The camera is supplied with second video output on the camera housing. To use this
feature along with a service monitor, second monitor cable is required.
Using a RS-485 communication, it will be able to control the ZOOM/FOCUS and OSD menu
from the controller or through the DVR. RS-485 does not allow star connection layout. It
must be in a daisy-chain configuration. An amplifier/repeater is required to extend over
1.2km in distance.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
CONNECTING TO THE CONTROLLER
CONNECTING TO THE DVR
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REMOTE CONTROLLER KEYS & DESCRIPTIONS
Loosen the corresponding screws before attempting to make Pan, Tilt and Rotation
adjustments.
① POWER – Not used
② NUMBERS – Use Numbers when
changing the ID of the remote
controller. They are also used to save
or recall presets.
③ Camera Address (ID) - Use CAM
button to change the ID of the remote
controller when controlling multiple
cameras.
Example: To control CAM ID#2, Press
2 and CAM button in sequence.
④ SAVE - Saves preset position.
Example: To save Preset #1, Press 1
and SAVE in sequence.
⑤ PRESET - Recall preset. Example: To
recall Preset #1, Press 1 and PRESET
in sequence.
⑥ HOME - Immediately calls Home
function.
⑦ MENU – Recalls On Screen Display
Menu.
⑧ DOWN / UP / LEFT / RIGHT
Moves up/down in the menu.
Moves left/right in the menu.
Decreases/increases control.
⑨ ZOOM - Zoom In / Out
⑩ FOCUS – Adjusts focus.
⑪ IRIS – Adjusts Iris.
Note: When you use the remote controller, set the camera ID number up to 99.
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ADJUSTING THE LENS & SETUP MENU
VIA IR REMOTE CONTROL
Point the Remote Controller to the Camera to
control the zoom. You can also use the remote
controller to enter and make changes in the
OSD Setup Menu.
VIA CONTROLLER
Use the controller to adjust the zoom by
twisting the joystick. You can also enter and
make changes in the OSD Setup Menu.
VIA DVR
Use the DVR’s PTZ menu to adjust the zoom
using the + and -. You can also enter and
make changes in the OSD Setup Menu.
NOTE: Make sure that the RS485 connection is connected to the Controller or DVR.
VIA EZ-CoaxTM transceiver
Use the EZ-Coax transmitter to adjust the
zoom.
You can also enter and make changes in the
OSD Setup Menu.
NOTE: Use only one of RS485 and EZ-Coax
control. When you use together, it may
happens a malfunction.
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OSD MENU CONTROLS & NAVIGATION
 Menu Key - Used to access menu mode.
 Up / Down Key - Used to scroll through the desired menu selection and to move the
cursor up or down during the OSD menu.
 Left / Right Key - Used to adjust the desired sub-menu selection, and to move the
cursor left or right during the OSD menu. Also use to confirm the setting changes.
 Note: When you change an option of the menu, the setting change is saved immediately
except the communication menu.
 Entering the Main Menu
To enter the main menu, press the MENU Key.
 Entering and Navigating the Sub-Menu
To enter the sub-menu from the Main menu, press the Left / Right key at the selected
line. While in the OSD menu, scroll up/down the available options by using the
corresponding navigational keys.
 Go to the Up-Menu from the Sub-Menu
To go to the up-menu from the sub- menu, press the Left / Right Key at the RETURN
line.
 Exiting OSD Menu
Once all of the desired changes have been made, move the cursor over to the SAVE
AND EXIT or END line to save and exit.
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FOCUS
This camera can be set up to automatically focus to the changing environment or just once
at a preset field of view. (e.g.,a man walking across the monitored area closer to the
camera.) Important: Continuous use of the Auto Focus feature under heavy movement
conditions will significantly shorten the lifespan of the lens.
IMPORTANT: Continuous use of the Auto Focus feature under heavy movement
conditions will significantly shorten the lifespan of the lens.
MODE: You can select the most suitable zoom mode.
 ONE-PUSH: Focus is automatically adjusted just once, after zoom position is set.
 MANUAL: After the desired field of view is set, focus can be manually adjusted.
 AUTO: Focus is automatically adjusted with moving zoom.
D-ZOOM: When this feature is set to ON, it will digitally magnify images after the optical
magnification has reached its limit.
LENS INIT: Use this feature to initialize the lens.
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WB SETUP (WHITE BALANCE SETUP)
The WB SETUP is used to control the white balance under different illumination sources.
Adjust this setting to calibrate the camera for correct color rendering.
MODE: The five white balance control modes are as follows:
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ATW( Wide Auto White Balance Control): Select the ATW mode if the color temperature of the light source is between 2,400ºK ~ 12,000ºK (i.e. fluorescent Light, Sodium
vapor Lamps)
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AWC (Auto White Balance Control): AWC mode has no color temperature range. This
mode has manual(LOCK) and Auto mode.
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INDOOR: This mode can be used within the color temperature range 3200°K.
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OUTDOOR: This mode can be used within the color temperature range 5600°K
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MANUAL: To fine tune, select the Manual mode. You can increase or decrease the red
or blue factor while monitoring the difference on the screen. Increase or decrease the
value of red(R-Gain) and blue(B-Gain), to achieve the best color while watching the
changes in the picture.
RED(0~255)
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This field displays the current RED value of the WB mode. Only in the Manual mode can
the RED value be altered to user preference. The red value ranges from 0~255.
BLUE(0~255)
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This field displays the current BLUE value of the WB mode. Only in the Manual mode
can the BLUE value be altered to user preference. The blue value ranges from 0~255.
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AE SETUP (AUTO EXPOSURE SETUP)
MODE: AUTO, SHUTTER, IRIS, MANUAL
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AUTO: Exposure is controlled by Shutter Speed, Iris, and Gain to meet the Brightness.
SHUTTER: The shutter speed is fixed. Exposure is controlled by Iris and Gain.
IRIS: The IRIS is fixed. Exposure is controlled by Shutter Speed and Gain.
MANUAL: Shutter Speed, IRIS, and Gain is fixed as the setting value regardless of the il
luminance.
SHUTTER: It can be set the shutter in the shutter and manual mode.
IRIS: It can be set the IRIS in the IRIS and manual mode.
AGC (Auto Gain Control): It can be set the gain in manual mode from 0 to 30 in the manual
mode.
DSS (Digital Slow Shutter): This feature ensures clear images at low Lux environment.
Position the indicator over 'DSS'. Set 'DSS’ to the desired mode from X2 to X256 and OFF.
This value is the maximum slow shutter level.
BRIGHTNESS: Use this feature to adjust image brightness. Position the indicator over
'BRIGHTNESS'. Brightness level from 0 to 90 is adjustable by using the left or right
directional buttons while verifying the changes on screen.
FLICKERLESS: Set ON or OFF in the auto mode only.
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SPECIAL
BACKLIGHT: Select between OFF(Default), LOW, MID., HIGH
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OFF: BLC is off
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LOW, MID., HIGH: The BLC divides the frame and calculates each zone according to
its exposure level to counterbalance excessive background light to distinguish the
subject in the foreground. You can adjust the sensitivity for the IR Cut Filter lighting
conditions.
DAY/NIGHT: Select between AUTO-L(Default), AUTO-M, AUTO-H, COLOR, B/W.
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COLOR: Keeps Color mode.
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B/W: Keeps B/W mode.
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AUTO-L, M, H: The camera automatically detects lighting conditions and selects
the mode accordingly. You can adjust the sensitivity for the IR Cut Filter lighting
conditions.
SHARPNESS: Increasing this value sharpens object edges. Too high of a setting, however,
produces noise and may obscure the image.(0~15)
COMMUNICATION: Use this feature to select communication protocol. Position the indicator
over 'COMMUNICATION'.
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SPECIAL
ID: Assign ID number to the camera. It is available to set an ID from 1 to 99.
BAUDRATE: Configure baud rate from 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400bps.
PROTOCOL: Assign protocol to the camera. It is available to set at AUTO, NUVICO, PelcoD, Pelco-P.
TERMINATION: Set it ON if this unit is installed at the end when you control the camera by
the RS485 cable.
SAVE AND EXIT: Save and exit.
FACTORY DEFAULT: To reset your camera to factory default condition.
ACCESS CONTROL: Use this mode to limit access to the Remote Controller
REMOTE CONTROL: The REMOTE CONTROL feature is set to ON for REMOTE
CONTROL free operating mode. But, if it is set to OFF, it is REMOTE CONTROL for limited
operating mode.
PASSWORD CHECK: The PASSWORD CHECK feature is set to ON, pressing MENU to
enter the main menu setup mode will display the password confirmation screen. The factory
default for the password is “9 PRESET 9 PRESET 9 PRESET 9 PRESET”.
CHANGE PASSWORD: Use this feature to change password. Press number (1~9) and
press PRESET key.
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DISPLAY
CAMERA TITLE: Use this feature to designate a name for the camera, which will display on
the monitor screen.
EDIT TITLE: You can enter up to 15 characters.
A title may be entered by pressing the MENU/ENTER key while highlighting the desired
letter, number, or symbol shown above. The title entered will be displayed in real-time in the
TITLE section.
CAMERA ID: Set to ON to display the ID of the camera.
FUNCTION NAME: Set to ON to display the preset title of the camera.
ZOOM MAGNIFICATION: Set to ON to display the zoom ratio of the camera for several
seconds.
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FUNCTION
HOME PRESET: The HOME function invokes predefined Preset function after the remote
controller or the controller has been idle for programmed time.
FUNCTION: Set the preset number for the home.
WAITING TIME: Set the dwell time before it goes into Home Function.(10-240SEC)
OPERATION: Set to ON to execute the home.
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FUNCTION
PRESET: Preset memorizes zoom, focus, iris and backlight, and title settings. Once
programmed, pressing combination of
1 ~8 numbers and a PRESET button on your remote control or the controller automatically
calls up the preset position. Presets may be assigned to alarm or motion actions.
No.: Select the desired preset number using LEFT/RIGHT keys.
FOCUS: Select the desired focus mode (ONE-PUSH, AUTO, MANUAL) for preset.
IRIS: Select the desired IRIS mode (AUTO, MANUAL) for preset.
BACKLIGHT: Select the desired backlight mode (OFF, LOW, MID., HIGH) for preset.
TITLE: Press right to enter the preset title mode. After selecting the desired preset title using
zoom keys, press ESC to exit.
SAVE PRESET: Press right to save the preset.
ALARM: Magnetic, PIR or other external sensor devices can be used to signal the camera
reacting to an event.
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FUNCTION
TYPE: Set the desired alarm input number. ( ALARM1, ALARM2)
INPUT: Use this feature to designate dry contact relays (OFF, N/O and N/C) for alarm input.
OUTPUT: Set to ON to activate the relay output for alarm.
PRESET: Select the desired preset number for alarm action.
HOLD TIME: Set the dwell time of the relay output for alarm output.(1~60seconds)
MOTION: This camera has a feature that allows you to observe movements of objects on
the screen, and motion icon appears on the screen when movement is detected.
OPERATION: Set to ON to enable the motion.
OUTPUT: Set to ON to activate the relay output during the motion action.
PRESET: Select the preset number after detecting the motion.
HOLD TIME: Set the dwell time of the motion action from 03 to 60 seconds.
SENSITIVITY: Use this feature to select motion sensitivity from 1 to 8.
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FUNCTION
DETECT AREA: Press right to enter the detect area.
A white grid with 48 squares will appear. Choose the desired area by moving the highlighting
the specific square colored in gray using arrow keys and pressing the NEAR or FAR key to
change the color. The transparent block means active and gray block is inactive area. The
blinking gray block indicates current position. Press MENU or ENTER key to complete and
exit.
←→↑↓: Adj NEAR/FAR:Sel
MENU or ENTER : Complete
PRIVACY MASK: Mask privacy area using this feature.
ZONE NO.: Select zone number for privacy mask (1~4).
ENABLE: Use this feature to enable on/off.
MASK SIZE: Use this feature to designate mask size for privacy only when the enable option
is ON.
MASK TONE: Use this feature to designate mask tone for mask privacy. Configure mask
tone from 0~15 using this feature.
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FUNCTION
To setup the Privacy Zone masks, follow the simple instructions below.
1. Select the ZONE NUMBER (1-4), then scroll down to ENABLE and press the
LEFT/RIGHT Key to turn the ENABLE to ‘ON’ to display the selected privacy zone mask.
2. Select the MASK TONE from 1 to 15, and go into MASK SIZE by pressing the
LEFT/RIGHT Key to enter the move screen.
3. Mask size Adjustment
Select direction will be highlighted and default will be TOP/LEFT. Change the target into
BOTTOM/RIGHT can be done by NEAR/FAR button.
When the mask is not visible, use the WIDE button to see it.
TOP/LEFT Selected : UP(enlarge to TOP) / DOWN (shrink in BOTTOM)
LEFT(enlarge to LEFT) / RIGHT(shrink in RIGHT)
BOTTOM/RIGHT Selected: DOWN(enlarge to BOTTOM) / UP (shrink in TOP)
RIGHT(enlarge to RIGHT) / LEFT(shrink in LEFT)
3. Repeat steps 1-3 many times as necessary to conceal all the unwanted areas.
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IR RADIATOR
Use this feature to adjust IR brightness. When manual mode is selected, user is able to
control the brightness per each line of LEDs. Line 1 set-up from 0 to 9 is set-up of outside
LED and Line 4 is inside. 0 means that IR is turned off and 9 is the at IR’s brightest mode.
Note: For best result, please adjust the IR LEDs intensity levels while viewing the changes
on a monitor.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Video Format
Image Sensor
Sync System
Effective Pixels
Scanning system
Electronic Shutter
Video Output
Horizontal Resolution
Min. Illumination
S/N Ratio
Day/Night Function
IR LEDs
LED Distance
Lens
Angle of View
Aperture Ratio
Min.Focus Distance
Camera Setup
Presets
Communication
Camera Control
Alarm Input
Relay
Operating Temperature
Operation Humidity
Weatherproof
Input Voltage
Power Consumption
Power Requirement
NTSC
PAL
1/4" CCD
1/4" CCD
Internal
Internal
768(H) x 494(V)
752(H) x 582(V)
525, 2:1 Interlace
625, 2:1 Interlace
1/60 ~1/100,000 sec
1/50 ~1/100,000 sec
1.0 Vp-p Composite, 75 ohm
580 TV Lines
0.2 Lux(Color), 0.02 Lux(B/W) @ F1.6, 50IRE
DSS ON : 0.004 Lux(Color), 0.0004 Lux(B/W)
More than 50dB (AGC off)
ICR
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Up to 300 ft.
22x A/F Optical Zoom Lens(3.9~85.8mm)
16X Digital Zoom(Total:352X)
49.5°(wide), 2.4°(tele)
F1.6(Wide) ~ F3.7(Tele)
1m
OSD
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RS-485
IR Remote Controller, Controller Keyboard
DVRs(supported model),EZ-Coax
2 Input
1 Relay Output(N/C,N/O)
0°C~+45°C(Normal),-40°C~55°C(w/Fan & Heater)
Within 90% RH (Non-condensing)
IP66
12VDC / 24VAC
Max 40W
12VDC, 5A / 24VAC 2.5A
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