Video Surveillance
Contents
Line-up Chart
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Color Camera
P.
1
Line-up Chart
1/3” Fixed Dome Camera
(Vandal Resistant)
1/3” High Resolution Camera
TK-C9300U
P.
2
P. 14
Color Camera
Monitor
580 TVL
3D Noise
Reduction
TK-C2201U
Display
Mode
Focus
ExDR
Adjustment
IR on/off
Privacy
Mask
P. 2
Specifications
P. 9
P. 33
P. 36
Network Camera
Recorder
Software
Combination of brackets and cameras
for VN-V685U/VN-V686BU/VN-V686WPBU
Mounting drawings and specifications
Lens iris terminal
580 TVL
Adjustment
Focus
Vandal
Easy D/N
Privacy
IP 66
3D Noise
Reduction
Display
3D Noise
Reduction
Display
Mask
Mode
P. 2
Specifications
P. 9
TK-C215V4U(A)
550 TVL
Focus
Adjustment
540 TVL
Ready Pak
Display
Easy D/N
Mode
Display mode
Image stabilizer
P.10
Easy installation
P. 3
Specifications
P.10
and field of view
Network specific information
P. 50
Glossary
P. 53
Index
Specifications
P.13
P. 7
Specifications
P.13
P. 8
Specifications
P.13
Mount
Adjustment
540 TVL
Alarm
Zoom
Easy D/N
3 Way
Mount
Adjustment
1/4” Fixed Dome Camera
(Vandal Proof)
1/3” Day/Night Camera
TK-C925U
TK-C215VP4U
Display
Mode
Focus
540 TVL
Vandal
Easy D/N
IP 66
Proof
Focus
Adjustment
P. 4
Specifications
P.11
P. 4
Specifications
P.11
P. 5
Specifications
P.11
1/3” ExDR Day/Night Camera
TK-C1530U
540 TVL Privacy
Mask
Display
Mode
Adjustment
1/3” WDR Camera
TK-WD310U(B)
WDR
Easy D/N
One-touch lock installation
Relationship between focal length
P. 7
3 Way
Focus
Fine focus adjust [Patent Pending]
3 way mount
P.12
TK-C215V12U(A)
Ready Pak
Bi-directional audio
Dust and water protection (IP code)
Specifications
TK-C750U(A)
Focus
Vandal protection
P. 6
1/4” Fixed Dome Camera
IR on/off
Direct drive for PTZ mechanism
P.12
1/3” STD Resolution Camera
Megapixel
Various functions of PTZ dome camera
Specifications
Focus
Specifications
Focus adjustment function
Active/Variable gamma function (Easy wide-D)
Mode
TK-C920BU
IR on/off
Alarm zoom function
P. 6
Proof
1/4” Fixed Dome Camera
540 TVL
Privacy mask
Mask
1/3” High Resolution Camera
IR cut filter on/off function
3D noise reduction
Mode
Adjustment
Wide dynamic range function
Easy day/night function
Display
Privacy
VR-N900U/VR-N1600U system configuration
Camera horizontal resolution chart
Resistant
Adjustment
Easy D/N
VN-RS800U system configration
Technical Information
Vandal
580 TVL
Ready Pak
P. 42
3D Noise
Reduction
Mask
TK-C2201WPU
P. 3
System Information
Focus
Focus
Easy D/N
P. 37
Privacy
Easy D/N
1/3” Fixed Dome Camera
(Vandal Proof)
1/3” High Resolution Camera
TK-C9200U
P. 19
580 TVL
Adjustment
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42” /47” /52” LCD Monitor
1/4” Network Camera
GM-F420S
GM-F470S
GM-F520S
VN-V25U
Ready Pak
Easy D/N
Privacy
P.14
Specifications
P.16
Mask
1/3” Fixed Megapixel Network Dome Camera
(Vandal Proof)
VN-X235VPU
Display
IR on/off
Megapixel
PoE
Privacy
Bi-directional
Mask
Audio
Dual
Display
Vandal
Mode
Stream
P.19
Specifications
P. 24
Mode
Proof
IP 66
PoE
Dual
Stream
P. 23
42” LCD Monitor
1/4” Network Camera
27x PTZ Network Dome Camera
GD-42X1
VN-V26U
VN-V685U
P.14
Specifications
P.16
Display
Mode
IR on/off
Bi-directional
Privacy
PoE
Mask
Dual
Stream
Audio
IR on/off
Display
One-Touch
Mode
Lock
3D Noise
Image
Stabilizer
PoE
Privacy
Direct
Drive
Stream
Reduction
P.19
Specifications
P. 24
Mask
P. 29
36x PTZ Network Dome Camera
LM-H171
LM-H191
VN-X35U
VN-V686BU
Privacy
Bi-directional
Display
PoE
Mask
P.14
Specifications
P.16
Mode
Dual
Stream
Audio
IR on/off
Display
One-Touch
Mode
Lock
3D Noise
Image
Stabilizer
PoE
Privacy
Direct
Drive
Stream
Reduction
P. 20
Specifications
P. 25
Mask
P. 31
Specifications
P. 31
Dual
P. 29
1/4” Fixed Network Dome Camera
36x Outdoor PTZ Network Dome Camera
TM-21A2
VN-C215V4U(A)
VN-V686WPBU
IR on/off
Display
Mode
IP 66
Adjust
3D Noise
Reduction
Image
Stabilizer
PoE
3 Way
Privacy
Direct
Drive
Stream
Easy D/N
PoE
Focus
Specifications
P.17
Mount
P. 21
Specifications
P. 26
1/4” Fixed Network Dome Camera
(Vandal Proof)
14” v CRT Monitor
Easy D/N
IP 66
Focus
PoE
Adjust
P.17
Proof
P. 21
Specifications
P. 26
VR-N900U
System
VN-V225U
TM-A130SU
Bi-directional
Privacy
Vandal
Display
3 Way
Mask
P.15
Specifications
P.17
Mode
Audio
Resistant
PoE
P. 22
Specifications
P. 27
Bi-directional
Privacy
Vandal
Display
IP 66
Mask
P.16
Specifications
P.17
Mode
Audio
Proof
Dual
Stream
P. 22
Specifications
P. 27
VN-X235U
P.16
Specifications
P.17
IR on/off
Megapixel
Privacy
Bi-directional
Mask
Audio
Display
Vandal
Mode
Resistant
3 Way
Software
Video Management Software (Light Edition)
for Network Cameras/Encoder
VN-RS800U
Index
TM-A101G
P. 35
PoE
1/3” Fixed Megapixel Network Dome Camera
(Vandal Resistant)
9” v CRT Monitor
Specifications
System
Glossary
IR on/off
P. 33 – 34
VR-N1600U
VN-V225VPU
TM-A13SU
P. 35
Information
1/4” Fixed Network Dome Camera
(Vandal Proof)
13” v CRT Monitor
Specifications
Network Video Recorder
Dual
Stream
Mount
P. 33 – 34
Technical
Information
IR on/off
P. 32
Information
1/4” Fixed Network Dome Camera
(Vandal Resistant)
13” v CRT Monitor
Specifications
System
Information
Specifications
P. 30
Network Video Recorder
(Hybrid Network and Analog Cameras)
Vandal
P.15
Dual
Recorder
VN-C215VP4U(A)
TM-H150CG
Mask
Software
P.15
Recorder
20” v Flat CRT Monitor
Network Camera
1/3” Megapixel Network Camera
Megapixel
Specifications
Dual
17” /19” LCD Monitor
Easy D/N
P. 28
Monitor
Ready Pak
Specifications
Color Camera
Network Camera
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Monitor
System
Information
Mount
PoE
Dual
Stream
P. 23
Specifications
P. 28
P. 36
Specifications
P. 36
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1/3” High Resolution Camera
TK-C9300U
Available in October 2009
580 TVL
ExDR
IR on/off
3D Noise
Reduction
Focus
Adjustment
Privacy
Mask
Display
Mode
1/3” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
Newly developed 12-bit DSP
Day/Night surveillance with auto IR cut filter on/off (Color/B&W shooting)
580 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Super LoLuxTM sensitivity: 0.025 lx F1.2 (color mode), 0.003 lx F1.2 (B&W mode)
S/N ratio 52 dB (AGC off)
3D noise reduction (3DNR)
Extended dynamic range (ExDR) function
Built-in menu screen
Automatic gain control (AGC) off/on (mid/high)
Auto tracking white balance (ATW) wide/narrow, AWC and Manual Paint
Backlight compensation (BLC) on/off
Slow shutter capability: x2 to x128
Digital zoom and reverse mode capability
DC iris lens control
CS lens compatible
4 areas privacy mask
Built-in motion detection
Built-in display mode (CRT or LCD selectable)
Low power consumption
24 VAC/12 VDC power supply
Color Camera
Monitor
Lens not included
Network Camera
TK-C9300U rear
Recorder
Software
1/3” High Resolution Camera
TK-C9200U
Available in October 2009
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44
580 TVL
Easy D/N
3D Noise
Reduction
Focus
Adjustment
Privacy
Mask
1/3” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
Newly developed 12-bit DSP
580 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Easy day/night function
Super LoLuxTM sensitivity: 0.025 lx F1.2 (color mode), 0.015 lx F1.2 (B&W mode)
S/N ratio 52 dB (AGC off)
3D noise reduction (3DNR)
Built-in menu screen
Automatic electronic shutter (AES) on/off
Automatic gain control (AGC) on/off (mid/high)
Auto tracking white balance (ATW) wide/narrow, AWC and Manual Paint
Backlight compensation (BLC) on/off
Slow shutter capability: x2 to x128
Digital zoom and reverse mode capability
DC iris lens control
CS lens compatible
4 areas privacy mask
Built-in display mode (CRT or LCD selectable)
Low power consumption
24 VAC/12 VDC power supply
System
Information
Technical
Information
Lens not included
Glossary
Index
2
Refer to P.42 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44
TK-C9200U rear
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Display
Mode
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TK-C920BU
Refer to P.39 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.56
550 TVL
Ready Pak
Easy D/N
Focus
Adjustment
Display
Mode
Monitor
Lens not included
Color Camera
1/3” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
550 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Easy day/night function
Super LoLuxTM sensitivity: 0.35 lx F1.2 (color mode), 0.25 lx F1.2 (B&W mode)
S/N ratio 50 dB (AGC off)
10-bit DSP integrated
Automatic electronic shutter (AES) on/off
Automatic gain control (AGC) on/off, max. 26 dB (color mode)
Auto tracking white balance (ATW) and manual: 2,300 K to 10,000 K
Backlight compensation (BLC) on/off
Sync systems INT/Line lock
Support video/DC iris lens control
C/CS lens compatible
Built-in display mode (CRT or LCD selectable)
24 VAC/12 VDC power supply
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1/3” High Resolution Camera
Network Camera
Recorder
TK-C920BU rear
Refer to P.39
TK-C750U(A)
Ready Pak
Technical
Information
Lens not included
System
Information
1/3” IT CCD with 250,000 effective pixels
330 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Minimum illumination: 0.28 lx F1.2
Auto tracking white balance (ATW) and One-touch auto white balance (AWB)
Auto white balance adjustment range: 2,300 K to 10,000 K
Automatic gain control (AGC) on/off, max. 26 dB
S/N ratio 50 dB (AGC off)
Backlight compensation (BLC) on/off
Automatic electronic shutter (AES) on/off
DC iris lens control
Sync systems INT/Line lock
C/CS lens compatible
24 VAC/12 VDC power supply
Software
1/3” STD Resolution Camera
Glossary
Index
TK-C750U(A) rear
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1/3” Day/Night Camera
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44
TK-C925U
540 TVL
IR on/off
Focus
Adjustment
Display
Mode
Color Camera
1/3” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
Day/Night surveillance with auto IR cut filter on/off (Color/B&W shooting)
540 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Super LoLuxTM sensitivity: 0.4 lx F1.2 (color mode), 0.05 lx F1.2 (B&W mode)
S/N ratio 50 dB (AGC off)
10-bit DSP integrated
Built-in menu
Automatic electronic shutter (AES) on/off
Automatic gain control (AGC) off/on (high/super)
Auto tracking white balance (ATW) wide, narrow, AWC and Manual Paint
Backlight compensation (BLC) on/off
Sync systems INT/Line lock
Support video/DC iris lens control
C/CS lens compatible
Built-in display mode (CRT or LCD selectable)
24 VAC/12 VDC power supply
Monitor
Lens not included
Network Camera
TK-C925U rear
Recorder
Software
1/3” Day/Night Camera
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44
TK-C1530U
540 TVL
Focus
Adjustment
Privacy
Mask
System
Information
1/3” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
Day/Night surveillance with auto IR cut filter on/off (Color/B&W shooting)
540 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Super LoLuxTM sensitivity: 0.4 lx F1.2 (color mode), 0.05 lx F1.2 (B&W mode)
S/N ratio 50 dB (AGC off)
10-bit DSP integrated
Scene file function for customer's parameter setting
RS-422A/RS-485 remote control capability for camera setting
Smart edge control mode (S.E.C.)
Built-in menu
Automatic electronic shutter (AES) on/off
Automatic gain control (AGC) off/on (high/super)
Auto tracking white balance (ATW) wide, narrow, AWC and Manual Paint
Backlight compensation (BLC) on/off
Sync systems INT/Line lock
Support video/DC iris lens control
4 areas private mask
C/CS lens compatible
Built-in display mode (CRT or LCD selectable)
24 VAC/12 VDC power supply
Technical
Information
Lens not included
Glossary
TK-C1530U rear
Index
4
IR on/off
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Mode
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Refer to P.42 Refer to P.43
TK-WD310U (B)
WDR
Easy D/N
Recorder
TK-WD310U(B) rear
1. The WDR function will not operate with AGC or slow shutter mode engaged.
2. In very dark conditions the image quality may suffer slight deterioration.
3. Under fluorescent lighting, the color balance may vary slightly.
4. All manufacturer utilizing this technology will experience similar phenomenon.
Network Camera
Notes:
Monitor
Lens not included
Color Camera
1/3” digital image device with wide dynamic range (WDR)
Innovative 14-bit DSP
High-speed, automatic 5 levels exposure control for each pixel
480 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Easy day/night function
Programmable camera menu system
Auto tracking white balance (ATW), single-push and manual
Automatic gain control (AGC) on/off, max. 34 dB
24 characters camera title
Support video/DC iris lens control
Ultra compact body
24 VAC/12 VDC power supply
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1/3” WDR Camera
Software
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
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1/3” Fixed Dome Camera (Vandal Resistant)
TK-C2201U
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.46
580 TVL
Available in October 2009
Easy D/N
3D Noise
Reduction
Privacy
Mask
Focus
Adjustment
Display
Mode
Vandal
Resistant
Color Camera
1/3” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
Newly developed 12-bit DSP
580 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Easy day/night function
Super LoLuxTM sensitivity: 0.025 lx F1.2 (color mode), 0.015 lx F1.2 (B&W mode)
S/N ratio 52 dB (AGC off)
3D noise reduction (3DNR)
Built-in 3.75x variable focal length auto iris lens (f = 2.8 mm to 10.5 mm)
Fine focus adjustment mechanism
3 axis gimble for wide lens angle adjustment (350˚H × ±80˚V × ±100˚R)
Monitor video output (RCA) for easy camera setup
Automatic gain control (AGC) on/off (mid/high)
Auto tracking white balance (ATW) wide/narrow, AWC and Manual Paint
Backlight compensation (BLC) on/off
Slow shutter capability: x2 to x128
Digital zoom capability
4 areas privacy mask
Built-in display mode (CRT or LCD selectable)
Vandal resistant dome cover
Inner cover to mask the direction of the lens
Compact design
Low power consumption
24 VAC/12 VDC power supply
Monitor
Network Camera
Recorder
Inside cover
Software
1/3” Fixed Dome Camera (Vandal Proof)
TK-C2201WPU
Available in October 2009
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.46
580 TVL
Easy D/N
3D Noise
Reduction
Focus
Adjustment
Privacy
Mask
Display
Mode
Vandal
Proof
IP66
System
Information
1/3” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
Newly developed 12-bit DSP
Outdoor-ready vandal and tamper proof structure (complies with IP66)
Triple axis rotation system for wide lens angle adjustment
580 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Easy day/night function
Super LoLuxTM sensitivity: 0.025 lx F1.2 (color mode), 0.015 lx F1.2 (B&W mode)
S/N ratio 52 dB (AGC off)
3D noise reduction (3DNR)
Built-in 3.75x variable focal length auto iris lens (f = 2.8 mm to 10.5 mm)
Fine focus adjustment mechanism
3 axis gimble for wide lens angle adjustment (350˚H × ±80˚V × ±100˚R)
Monitor video output (RCA) for easy camera setup
Automatic gain control (AGC) on/off (mid/high)
Auto tracking white balance (ATW) wide/narrow, AWC and Manual Paint
Backlight compensation (BLC) on/off
Slow shutter capability: x2 to x128
Digital zoom capability
4 areas privacy mask
Optional heater unit
Built-in display mode (CRT or LCD selectable)
Inner cover to mask the direction of the lens
Low power consumption
24 VAC/12 VDC power supply
Optional heater unit: KA-ZH215U to meet
–22˚F (–30˚C) operation
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
KA-ZH215U
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Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.47
TK-C215V4U(A)
540 TVL
Easy D/N
Focus
Adjustment
3 Way
Mount
Color Camera
1/4” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
540 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Easy day/night function
Super LoLuxTM sensitivity: 0.75 lx F1.3 (color mode), 0.4 lx F1.3 (B&W mode)
S/N ratio 50 dB (AGC off)
10-bit DSP integrated
Built-in 3.6x variable focal length auto iris lens (f = 2.8 mm to 10.0 mm)
Focus adjustment function
Triple axis rotation system for wide lens angle adjustment
Monitor video output (RCA) for easy camera setup
Automatic gain control (AGC) on/off, max. 26 dB
Auto tracking white balance (ATW) and manual: 2,300 K to 10,000 K
Backlight compensation (BLC) on/off
Sync systems INT/Line lock
Easy flush mountable without optional bracket
Compatible with US 6" electrical box
24 VAC/12 VDC power supply
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1/4” Fixed Dome Camera
Monitor
Network Camera
Recorder
Inside cover
with electrical box
TK-C215V12U(A)
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.47
540 TVL
Easy D/N
Focus
Adjustment
Alarm
Zoom
3 Way
Mount
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
1/4” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
540 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Easy day/night function
Super LoLuxTM sensitivity: 1.0 lx F1.6 (color mode), 0.6 lx F1.6 (B&W mode)
S/N ratio 50 dB (AGC off)
10-bit DSP integrated
Built-in 12x variable focal length auto iris lens (f = 3.8 mm to 45.6 mm)
Alarm zoom function
Focus adjustment function
Triple axis rotation system for wide lens angle adjustment
Monitor video output (RCA) for easy camera setup
Automatic gain control (AGC) on/off, max. 26 dB
Auto tracking white balance (ATW) and manual: 2,300 K to 10,000 K
Backlight compensation (BLC) on/off
Sync systems INT/Line lock
Easy flush mountable without optional bracket
Compatible with US 6” electrical box
24 VAC/12 VDC power supply
Software
1/4” Fixed Dome Camera
Index
Inside cover
with electrical box
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1/4” Fixed Dome Camera (Vandal Proof)
TK-C215VP4U
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.46
540 TVL
Easy D/N
Focus
Adjustment
Vandal
Proof
IP66
Color Camera
1/4” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
Outdoor-ready vandal resistant structure (complies with IP66)
Easy to install with built-in ceiling mechanism
Triple axis rotation system for wide lens angle adjustment
540 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Easy day/night function
Super LoLuxTM sensitivity: 0.8 lx F1.3 (color mode), 0.4 lx F1.3 (B&W mode)
S/N ratio 50 dB (AGC off)
10-bit DSP integrated
All normal adjustments accessible on face of camera with front cover removed
Built-in 3.6x variable focal length auto iris lens (f = 2.8 mm to 10 mm)
Focus adjustment function
Monitor video output (RCA) for easy camera setup
Automatic gain control (AGC) on/off, max. 26 dB
Auto tracking white balance (ATW) and manual: 2,300 K to 10,000 K
Backlight compensation on/off
Sync systems INT/Line lock
24 VAC/12 VDC power supply
New inner cover to mask the direction of the camera
Optional heater unit
Optional heater unit: KA-ZH215U to meet
–22˚F (–30˚C) operation
Monitor
Network Camera
Recorder
Inside cover
KA-ZH215U
Software
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
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TK-C9200U
Image device
1/3” IT CCD
1/3” IT CCD
Number of effective pixels
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
Sync system
Internal
Internal
Scanning system
2:1 interlace, 525 lines
2:1 interlace, 525 lines
Scanning frequency
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
Video output
Composite video signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Composite video signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Y/C output
—
—
Video S/N ratio
52 dB (AGC off)
52 dB (AGC off)
Horizontal resolution
580 TV lines
580 TV lines
Minimum illumination (typical)
0.05 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.025 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.006 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.003 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.05 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.025 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.03 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.015 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC on)
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TK-C9300U
Camera
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Iris control
DC iris
DC iris
White balance
< ATW color temp. range >
ATW (wide/narrow)/AWC/Manual Paint
< 2,300 K to 10,000 K >
ATW (wide/narrow)/AWC/Manual Paint
< 2,300 K to 10,000 K >
Wide dynamic range function
ExDR (by dual shutter)
—
Display mode
CRT/LCD1/LCD2
CRT/LCD1/LCD2
Backlight compensation
on/off (areas are selectable)
on/off (areas are selectable)
AES
—
on/off
(1/60 s to 1/100,000 s)
Lens mount
CS
CS
Focal length
< angle of vision >
—
—
Max. aperture ratio
—
—
Angle adjustment range
—
—
Power supply
24 VAC (60 Hz) /12 VDC, UL listed
24 VAC (60 Hz) /12 VDC, UL listed
Power consumption
2.5 W
2.3 W
Operating temperature range
< recommended >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
Dust and water protection
—
—
Dimensions (W × H × D)
2-3/16 inches ×2-7/16 inches × 5 inches
(55 mm × 61 mm × 126 mm)
2-3/16 inches ×2-7/16 inches × 5 inches
(55 mm × 61 mm × 126 mm)
Weight (approx.)
0.6 lbs. (270 g)
0.6 lbs. (270 g)
Accessories
—
—
Software
—
Recorder
Communication
Network Camera
>
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<
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< B&W mode >
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Monitor
Network Camera
TK-C920BU
TK-C750U(A)
Image device
1/3” IT CCD
1/3” IT CCD
Number of effective pixels
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
250,000 (510 H × 492 V)
Sync system
Internal, Line lock
Internal, Line lock
Scanning system
2:1 interlace, 525 lines
2:1 Interlace, 525 lines
Scanning frequency
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
Video output
Composite video signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Composite video signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Y/C output
—
—
Video S/N ratio
50 dB (AGC off)
50 dB (AGC off)
Horizontal resolution
550 TV lines
330 TV lines
Minimum illumination (typical)
0.7 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.35 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.5 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.24 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.55 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.28 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC on)
Camera
< B&W mode >
<
>
Recorder
Software
Communication
—
—
Iris control
Video iris/DC iris
DC iris
White balance
< ATW color temp. range >
ATW/Manual
< 2,300 K to 10,000 K >
ATW/Manual (one-push adjustable)
< 2,300 K to 10,000 K >
Wide dynamic range function
—
—
Display mode
CRT or LCD selectable
—
Backlight compensation
on/off
on/off
AES
on/off
(1/60 s to 1/100,000 s)
on/off
(1/60 s to 1/100,000 s)
Lens mount
C/CS
C/CS
Focal length
< angle of vision >
—
—
Max. aperture ratio
—
—
Angle adjustment range
—
—
Power supply
24 VAC (60 Hz)/12 VDC, UL listed
24 VAC (60 Hz)/12 VDC, UL listed
Power consumption
3.5 W
3.3 W
Operating temperature range
< recommended >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
Dust and water protection
—
—
Dimensions (W × H × D)
2 inches × 2-5/16 inches × 5 inches
(50 mm × 57.5 mm × 126 mm)
2 inches × 2-5/16 inches × 5 inches
(50 mm × 57.5 mm × 126 mm)
Weight (approx.)
0.75 lbs. (340 g)
0.75 lbs. (340 g)
Accessories
—
—
Lens
System
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Color Camera Specifications
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1/3” IT CCD
1/3” IT CCD
1/3” WDR digital image device
Number of effective pixels
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
380,000 (720 H × 540 V)
Sync system
Internal, Line lock
Internal, Line lock
Internal, Line lock
Scanning system
2:1 Interlace, 525 lines
2:1 Interlace, 525 lines
2:1 Interlace, 525 lines
Scanning frequency
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
Video output
Composite video signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Composite video signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Composite video signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Y/C output
—
—
—
Video S/N ratio
50 dB (AGC off)
50 dB (AGC off)
50 dB (AGC off)
Horizontal resolution
540 TV lines
540 TV lines
480 TV lines
Minimum illumination (typical)
< B&W mode >
1.5 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC high)
0.4 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC super)
< 0.05 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC super) >
1.5 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC high)
0.4 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC super)
< 0.05 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC super) >
1.9 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC High)
0.9 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC High)
0.5 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC on, Easy D/N
0.25 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC on, Easy D/N
Communication
—
RS-422A or RS-485, 9,600 bps
—
Iris control
Video iris/DC iris
Video iris/DC iris
Video iris/DC iris
White balance
< ATW color temp. range >
ATW (wide/narrow)/AWC/Manual
< 2,300 K to 10,000 K >
ATW (wide/narrow)/AWC/Manual
< 2,300 K to 10,000 K >
ATW/AWB/Manual
< 2,300 K to 10,000 K >
Wide dynamic range function
—
—
WDR (by multi sampling)
Display mode
CRT or LCD selectable
CRT or LCD selectable
—
Backlight compensation
on/off
on/off
—
AES
on/off
(1/60 s to 1/100,000 s)
on/off
(1/60 s to 1/100,000 s)
—
Lens mount
C/CS
C/CS
CS
Focal length
< angle of vision >
—
—
—
Max. aperture ratio
—
—
—
Angle adjustment range
—
—
—
Power supply
24 VAC (60 Hz)/12 VDC, UL listed
24 VAC (60 Hz)/12 VDC, UL listed
24 VAC (60 Hz)/12 VDC, UL listed
Power consumption
4.8 W
5.0 W
5.7 W
Operating temperature range
< recommended >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 95 ˚F (0 ˚C to 35 ˚C) >
Dust and water protection
—
—
—
Dimensions (W × H × D)
2-1/2 inches × 2-3/16 inches × 5 inches
(65 mm × 55 mm × 126 mm)
2-1/2 inches × 2-3/16 inches × 5 inches
(65 mm × 55 mm × 126 mm)
2 inches × 2-5/16 inches × 4-1/4 inches
(50 mm × 57.5 mm × 107 mm)
Weight (approx.)
0.88 lbs. (480 g)
0.88 lbs. (480 g)
0.73 lbs. (330 g)
Accessories
—
—
Ferrite core × 1
Color Camera
Monitor
<
>
Software
Image device
Camera
Recorder
TK-WD310U(B)
Network Camera
TK-C1530U
Line-up Chart
TK-C925U
Lens
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Color Camera
Monitor
Network Camera
TK-C2201U
TK-C2201WPU
Image device
1/3” IT CCD
1/3” IT CCD
Number of effective pixels
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
Sync system
Internal
Internal
Scanning system
2:1 interlace, 525 lines
2:1 interlace, 525 lines
Scanning frequency
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
Video output
Composite video signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Composite video signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Y/C output
—
—
Video S/N ratio
52 dB (AGC off)
52 dB (AGC off)
Horizontal resolution
580 TV lines
580 TV lines
Minimum illumination (typical)
0.05 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC HIGH)
0.025 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC HIGH)
0.03 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC HIGH)
0.015 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC HIGH)
0.05 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC HIGH)
0.025 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC HIGH)
0.03 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC HIGH)
0.015 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC HIGH)
Camera
< B&W mode >
<
>
<
>
Recorder
Software
Communication
—
—
Iris control
DC iris
DC iris
White balance
< ATW color temp. range >
ATW (wide/narrow)/AWC/Manual Paint
< 2,300 K to 10,000 K >
ATW (wide/narrow)/AWC/Manual Paint
< 2,300 K to 10,000 K >
Wide dynamic range function
—
—
Display mode
CRT/LCD1/LCD2
CRT/LCD1/LCD2
Backlight compensation
on/off (areas are selectable)
on/off (areas are selectable)
AES
—
—
Lens mount
—
—
Focal length
< angle of vision >
2.8 mm to 10.5 mm, 3.75x vari-focal
< 100˚ (H) × 73˚ (V) to 24˚ (H) × 21˚ (V) >
2.8 mm to 10.5 mm, 3.75x vari-focal
< 100˚ (H) × 73˚ (V) to 24˚ (H) × 21˚ (V) >
Max. aperture ratio
F1.2
F1.2
Angle adjustment range
Horizontal: 350˚, Vertical: ±80˚, Rotation: ±100˚
Horizontal: 350˚, Vertical: ±80˚, Rotation: ±100˚
Power supply
24 VAC (60 Hz) /12 VDC, UL listed
24 VAC (60 Hz) /12 VDC, UL listed
Power consumption
2.3 W
2.3 W *without optional heater
Operating temperature range
< recommended >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
Dust and water protection
—
IP66
Dimensions
ø 3-3/8 inches × 3-7/8 inches (H)
( ø 110 mm × 97 mm (H) )
ø 6-1/4 inches × 4-7/8 inches (H)
( ø 160 mm × 125 mm (H) )
Weight (approx.)
0.73 lbs. (330 g)
2.9 lbs. (1.3 kg)
Accessories
—
Wrench × 1
Silica gel × 1
Lens
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Color Camera Specifications
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1/4” IT CCD
Number of effective pixels
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
Sync system
Internal, Line lock
Internal, Line lock
Internal, Line lock
Scanning system
2:1 Interlace, 525 lines
2:1 Interlace, 525 lines
2:1 Interlace, 525 lines
Scanning frequency
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
15.734 kHz (H), 59.94 Hz (V)
Video output
Composite video signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Composite video signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Composite video signal
: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms (BNC)
Y/C output
—
—
—
Video S/N ratio
50 dB (AGC off)
50 dB (AGC off)
50 dB (AGC off)
Horizontal resolution
540 TV lines
540 TV lines
540 TV lines
Minimum illumination (typical)
0.75 lx (25%, F1.3, AGC on)
1.0 lx (25%, F1.6, AGC on)
0.8 lx (25%, F1.3, AGC on)
< B&W mode >
< 0.4 lx (25%, F1.3, AGC on, Easy D/N) >
< 0.6 lx (25%, F1.6, AGC on, Easy D/N) >
< 0.4 lx (25%, F1.3, AGC on, Easy D/N) >
Communication
—
—
—
Iris control
DC iris
DC iris
DC iris
White balance
< ATW color temp. range >
ATW/Manual
< 2,300 K to 10,000 K >
ATW/Manual
< 2,300 K to 10,000 K >
ATW/Manual
< 2,300 K to 10,000 K >
Wide dynamic range function
—
—
—
Display mode
—
—
—
Backlight compensation
on/off
on/off
on/off
AES
—
—
—
Lens mount
—
—
—
Focal length
< angle of vision >
2.8 mm to 10 mm
< 73˚ (H) x 54˚ (V) to 20˚ (H) x 15˚ (V) >
3.8 mm to 45.6 mm
< 52˚ (H) x 39˚ (V) to 4.5˚ (H) x 3.4˚ (V) >
2.8 mm to 10 mm
< 73˚ (H) x 54˚ (V) to 20˚ (H) x 15˚ (V) >
Max. aperture ratio
F1.3
F1.6
F1.3
Angle adjustment range
Horizontal: 350˚, Vertical: ±80˚, Rotation: ±175˚
Horizontal: 350˚, Vertical: ±80˚, Rotation: ±175˚
Horizontal: 350˚, Vertical: ±70˚, Rotation: ±175˚
Power supply
24 VAC (50/60 Hz)/12 VDC, UL listed
24 VAC (50/60 Hz)/12 VDC, UL listed
24 VAC (50/60 Hz)/12 VDC, UL listed
Power consumption
4.2 W
6.6 W
4.2 W
Operating temperature range
< recommended >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
Dust and water protection
—
—
IP66
Dimensions
ø 6-1/8 inches × 4-7/8 inches (H)
( ø 156 mm × 123 mm (H) )
ø 6-1/8 inches × 4-7/8 inches (H)
( ø 156 mm × 123 mm (H) )
ø 6-1/4 inches × 4-7/8 inches (H)
( ø 160 mm × 123 mm (H) )
Weight (approx.)
1.43 lbs. (650 g)
1.54 lbs. (700 g)
2.64 lbs. (1.2 kg)
Accessories
—
—
Wrench × 1
Silica gel × 1
Software
1/4” IT CCD
Recorder
1/4” IT CCD
Network Camera
Image device
Camera
Monitor
TK-C215VP4U
Color Camera
TK-C215V12U(A)
Line-up Chart
TK-C215V4U(A)
Lens
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Monitor
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42”/47”/52” LCD Monitor
42” LCD Monitor
GM-F420S/GM-F470S/GM-F520S 42" 47" 52"
GD-42X1
42"
Color Camera
Monitor
GM-F420S/470S/520S
rear
Network Camera
Recorder
Landscape and portrait full HD LCD monitor
Native full HD 1,920 × 1,080 pixels resolution
Bright picture of 700 cd/m 2
1.07 billion colors (GM-F420S/GM-F470S),
16.7 million colors (GM-F520S)
Wide viewing angle up to 178 degrees (vertical/horizontal)
Ultra-slim bezel of 15 mm depth (GM-F420S/GM-F470S),
17 mm depth (GM-F520S)
Full metal cabinet using light-weight aluminum
"LAN Remote" allows off-site control & monitoring via network
Professional connectivity; RS-232C, MAKE/TRIGGER, RS-485
Originally developed "Motion sensor" for person and object detection
Multi-screen, Video Wall use (1 × 2 to 5, 2 to 5 × 1, 2 × 2, upto 5 × 5 Tile
Matrix capable)
VESA wall mount compatible
Software
17”/19” LCD Monitor
LM-H171/LM-H191
17" 19"
System
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Technical
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Professional monitor design with robust metal rear cabinet
Selectable MAKE, Trigger remote
Direct key selectable scan size: over and narrow
Direct key on the front cabinet for input selection and picture settings
16:9/4:3 selectable aspect ratio
S-XGA resolution
Bright picture of 300 cd/m 2
16.7 million colors
Two composite video inputs, bridged out possible, auto termination
Two PC inputs (DVI-D and analog RGB)
NTSC/PAL compatibility
Direct VESA standard 100 mm mounting
Tilt stand unit included
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Various picture pre-setting mode
Monitor calibration (gamma and white balance) software available
Native HD 1920 × 1080 pixels resolution
4000:1 high contrast ratio
Wide color spaces; sRGB 100% / Adobe RGB 96% coverage
12-bit per color processor: x RGB=36-bit
Individual gamma curve adjustment prior to shipping
HDMI (V.1.3, with Deep Color, with x.v.Color)
3 HDMI, analog RGB D-sub 15 pin, Component, L/R (mini jack)
RS-232C control
Slim depth: 42.5 mm, Light weight: 12 kg (without speaker and stand)
Swiveling stand with 3-step height adjustment
VESA mounting holes
Removable speaker
Monitor
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14”v CRT Monitor
TM-21A2
20"v
TM-H150CG
14"v
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20”v Flat CRT Monitor
Color Camera
More than 750 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Ultra compact cabinet (height 7U)
Input slot for optional component/SDI card (IF-C01COMG/
IF-C01SDG/IF-C51SDG/IF-C21SDG/IF-C21SD1G/IF-C51SD1G)
NTSC/PAL multi-standard compatibility
120 VAC/220 VAC to 240 VAC universal power supply
Underscan, color off, blue check functions
Wired remote control (D-sub 15 pin)
Network Camera
20”v full-square CRT
On screen menu adjustment
NTSC/PAL/SECAM compatibility
White Balance (COOL/NORMAL/WARM)
Auto VNR (Video Noise Reduction)
Front Panel Control Lock
Remote Control Unit
Monitor
TM-H150CG rear
Recorder
TM-A130SU
Software
13”v CRT Monitor
13"v
System
Information
Technical
Information
TM-A130SU rear
Glossary
320 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Two composite video inputs
One Y/C input
Two audio inputs
NTSC/PAL multi-standard compatibility
Tough metal cabinet
Built-in speaker
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Monitor
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13”v CRT Monitor
9”v CRT Monitor
TM-A13SU
13"v
TM-A101G
9"v
Color Camera
Monitor
TM-A13SU rear
Network Camera
320 TV lines of horizontal resolution
Two composite video inputs
One Y/C input
Two audio inputs
NTSC/PAL multi-standard compatibility
Built-in speaker
Recorder
Software
System
Information
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TM-A101G rear
9”v full-square CRT with more than 300 TV lines of horizontal resolution
16:9/4:3 selectable aspect ratio
Space-saving cabinet design minimizes depth and height
On screen menu adjustment
NTSC/PAL multi-standard compatibility
120 VAC/230 VAC universal power supply
Side-by-side 19” EIA rack mounting (height 5U)
Built-in speaker
Remote aspect ratio select
Remote input select
Monitor Specifications
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1,920 (H) × 1,080 (V)
Input
Composite video × 1,
PC (RGB) × 1, DVI-D × 1,
Audio (L/R) × 1,
Audio (Stereo mini jack) × 1
Composite video × 1,
PC (RGB) × 1, DVI-D × 1,
Audio (L/R) × 1,
Audio (Stereo mini jack) × 1
Speaker output
< internal >
2.3 W + 2.3 W
< 1.7 W + 1.7 W >
2.3 W + 2.3 W
< 1.7 W + 1.7 W >
Power supply
120 VAC, 220 VAC – 240 VAC(50 Hz/60 Hz)
120 VAC, 220 VAC – 240 VAC(50 Hz/60 Hz)
Dimensions (W × H × D)
38 inches × 22 inches × 6 inches
(963.6 mm × 556.6 mm × 151.2 mm)
42-3/8 inches × 24-1/2 inches × 6 inches
(1,075 mm × 620.4 mm × 151.2 mm)
Weight (approx.)
54.8 lbs. (24.9 kg)
65.6 lbs. (29.8 kg)
GM-F520S
GD-42X1
Screen size (W × H)
45-7/8 inches × 26-1/8 inches (1,165.2 mm × 661.2 mm)
36-3/4 inches × 20-11/16 inches (932 mm × 525 mm)
Aspect ratio
16:9
16:9
Number of pixels
1,920 (H) × 1,080 (V)
1920 (H) × 1080 (V)
Input
Composite video × 1,
PC (RGB) × 1, DVI-D × 1,
Audio (L/R) × 1, Audio (Stereo mini jack) × 1
HDMI × 3,
PC / Component / Composite (by D-sub 15 × 1 shared),
Audio (stereo mini jack) × 1
Speaker output
< internal >
2.3 W + 2.3 W
< 1.7 W + 1.7 W >
10 W + 10 W (Detachable speakers)
Power supply
120 VAC, 220 VAC – 240 VAC(50 Hz/60 Hz)
100 VAC – 240 VAC (50 Hz/60 Hz)
Dimensions (W × H × D)
47-1/4 inches × 27-3/8 inches × 6-1/4 inches
(1,199.2 mm × 695.2 mm × 161.5 mm)
39 inches × 23-5/8 inches × 1-3/4 inches
(990 mm × 599.8 mm × 42.5 mm) *without speaker and stand
39 inches × 28-1/4 inches × 6-3/4 inches
(990 mm × 716.8 mm × 170 mm) *with speaker and stand
Weight (approx.)
88 lbs. (40 kg)
26.4 lbs. (12 kg) *without speaker and stand
39.2 lbs. (17.8 kg) *with speaker and stand
LM-H171
LM-H191
Screen size (W × H)
13-7/16 inches × 10-3/4 inches (337.9 mm × 270.3 mm)
14-13/16 inches × 11-13/16 inches (376.3 mm × 301.1 mm)
Aspect ratio
5:4
5:4
Number of pixels
1,280 (H) × 1,024 (V)
1,280 (H) x 1,024 (V)
Input
Composite video × 1,
Y/C × 1, Component (Y/B-Y/R-Y) × 1,
PC (analog RGB) × 1,
Audio (2-ch) × 1, Audio (stereo) × 1
Composite video × 1,
Y/C × 1, Component (Y/B-Y/R-Y) × 1,
PC (analog RGB) × 1,
Audio (2-ch) × 1, Audio (stereo) × 1
Speaker output
< internal >
Built-in stereo speakers (2 W + 2 W)
Built-in stereo speakers (2 W + 2 W)
Power supply
100 VAC – 240 VAC (50 Hz/60 Hz)
100 VAC – 240 VAC (50 Hz/60 Hz)
Dimensions (W × H × D)
14-3/4 inches × 13-1/4 inches × 3 inches
(374 mm × 334 mm × 74 mm) *without stand
14-3/4 inches × 14-7/8 inches × 7-7/8 inches
(374 mm × 374.8 mm × 199 mm) *with stand
16-3/8 inches × 14-3/8 inches × 3 inches
(413 mm × 364 mm × 74 mm) *without stand
16-3/8 inches × 16 inches × 7-7/8 inches
(413 mm × 404.8 mm × 199 mm) *with stand
Weight (approx.)
12.8 lbs. (5.8 kg) *without stand
16.5 lbs. (7.5 kg) *with stand
14.1 lbs. (6.4 kg) *without stand
18 lbs. (8.2 kg) *with stand
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Index
1,920 (H) × 1,080 (V)
Glossary
Number of pixels
Technical
Information
16:9
System
Information
16:9
Software
Aspect ratio
Recorder
41-1/4 inches × 23-1/4 inches (1,045.2 mm × 590.4 mm)
Network Camera
36-7/8 inches × 20-3/4 inches (933.6 mm × 526.6 mm)
Monitor
Screen size (W × H)
Color Camera
GM-F470S
Line-up Chart
GM-F420S
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Monitor Specifications
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Color Camera
TM-21A2
TM-H150CG
20”v
14”v
—
Trio-dot pitch of 0.27 mm
Horizontal resolution
—
More than 750 TV lines
Input
Composite video × 2
Composite video × 2
(Bridged-out possible, Auto termination),
(Bridged-out possible, Auto termination),
Audio (1-ch) × 2 (Bridged-out possible)
Y/C × 1 (Bridged-out possible),
CRT
Audio (1-ch) × 2 (Bridged-out possible),
1 card slot for component or SDI card
Monitor
Audio speaker
50 × 90 cm, 3 W output
8 cm round, 1 W output
Power supply
120 VAC, UL Listed
120 VAC, UL listed
220 VAC – 240 VAC, CE declaration
Dimensions (W × H × D)
Network Camera
19-7/8 inches × 19 inches × 18-5/8 inches
14-3/16 inches × 12-1/4 inches × 15-1/2 inches
(502 mm × 479.7 mm × 471.6 mm)
(360 mm × 310 mm × 418 mm)
Weight (approx.)
48.4 lbs. (22 kg)
35.2 lbs. (16.0 kg)
CRT
13”v
TM-A130SU
Stripe pitch of 0.65 mm
Recorder
Horizontal resolution
More than 320 TV lines
Input
Composite video × 2
(Bridged-out possible, Auto termination),
Y/C × 1,
Audio (1-ch) × 2 (Bridged-out possible)
Software
Audio speaker
8 cm round, 1 W output
Power supply
120 VAC, UL listed
Dimensions (W × H × D)
13-5/8 inches × 12-1/4 inches × 14-5/8 inches
System
Information
(346 mm × 310 mm × 368.5 mm)
Technical
Information
Weight (approx.)
26.9 lbs. (12.2 kg)
TM-A13SU
TM-A101G
CRT
13”v
9”v
Stripe pitch of 0.64 mm
Stripe pitch of 0.50 mm
(P-22 phosphor)
More than 320 TV lines
More than 300 TV lines
Input
Composite video × 2
Composite video × 2
(Bridged-out possible, Auto termination),
(Bridged-out possible, Auto termination),
Y/C × 1,
Audio (1-ch) × 2 (Bridged-out possible)
Glossary
Horizontal resolution
Audio (1-ch) × 2 (Bridged-out possible)
Audio speaker
8 cm round, 1 W output
8 cm round, 1 W output
Power supply
120 VAC, UL listed
120 VAC, UL listed
Index
230 VAC, CE declaration
Dimensions (W × H × D)
Weight (approx.)
18
14-1/2 inches × 12-1/4 inches × 14-11/16 inches
8-3/4 inches × 8-3/4 inches × 12-1/2 inches
(368 mm × 310 mm × 371.5 mm)
(222 mm × 220 mm × 316.3 mm)
21.0 lbs. (9.6 kg)
15.0 lbs. (6.8 kg)
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2009 –2010
Network Camera
http://pro.jvc.com
Refer to P.39 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.49 Refer to P.49
VN-V25U
Ready Pak
Easy D/N
Privacy
Mask
Display
Mode
PoE
Dual
Stream
Monitor
Lens not included
Color Camera
1/4” progressive scan CCD with 330,000 effective pixels
MPEG-4/Motion JPEG full frame (30 fps each) dual stream in VGA
Day/Night surveillance with Easy day/night function
Variable gamma function (Easy wide-D) for backlight compensation
Free shape and unlimited number of positions for privacy mask
Built-in display mode (LCD1/LCD2/CRT/Custom selectable)
Web based setup and viewing tool
Password protection and IP address filtering
Trigger input by built-in motion detection and external alarm input
Pre/Post alarm buffer of 8 MB
Alarm terminal (input × 2, output × 2)
20 simultaneous users, unlimited users by multicasting
Monitor output for setup
Line-up Chart
1/4” Network Camera
Network Camera
Recorder
VN-V25U rear
Built-in setup tool and viewer
Refer to P.39 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.45 Refer to P.49 Refer to P.49
VN-V26U
Ready Pak
IR on/off
Privacy
Mask
Display
Mode
Bi-directional
Audio
PoE
Dual
Stream
Index
VN-V26U rear
Glossary
Built-in mic
Technical
Information
Lens not included
System
Information
1/4” progressive scan CCD with 330,000 effective pixels
MPEG-4/Motion JPEG full frame (30 fps each) dual stream in VGA
Day/Night surveillance with auto IR cut filter on/off
Variable gamma function (Easy wide-D) for backlight compensation
Free shape and unlimited number of positions for privacy mask
Built-in display mode (LCD1/LCD2/CRT/Custom selectable)
Web based setup and viewing tool
Password protection and IP address filtering
Bi-directional audio communication
Trigger input by built-in motion detection and external alarm input
Pre/Post alarm buffer of 8 MB
Alarm terminal (input × 2, output × 2)
20 simultaneous users, unlimited users by multicasting
Monitor output for setup
Software
1/4” Network Camera
VN-V26U side
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Network Camera
http://pro.jvc.com
Line-up Chart
1/3” Megapixel Network Camera
VN-X35U
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.45 Refer to P.49 Refer to P.49
Easy D/N
Privacy
Mask
Display
Mode
Megapixel
Bi-directional
Audio
PoE
Dual
Stream
Color Camera
1/3” progressive scan CCD with 1,250,000 effective pixels
1.3 megapixel Quad-VGA Motion JPEG and VGA MPEG-4 (15 fps each) dual stream
Day/Night surveillance with Easy day/night function
Partial resizing and digital PTZ function
Variable gamma function (Easy wide-D) for backlight compensation
Free shape and unlimited number of positions for privacy mask
Built-in display mode (LCD1/LCD2/CRT/Custom selectable)
Web based setup and viewing tool
Password protection and IP address filtering
Bi-directional audio communication
Trigger input by built-in motion detection and external alarm input/output
Pre/Post alarm buffer of 8 MB
20 simultaneous users, unlimited users by multicasting
Focus assistance function for easy setup
Monitor output for setup
Monitor
Lens not included
Network Camera
Recorder
VN-X35U rear
* It is recommended to use the specific lens JVC recommends for VN-X35U.
Please contact JVC Professional Products Company for more details.
Software
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
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Built-in setup tool and viewer
Network Camera
http://pro.jvc.com
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.47 Refer to P.49
VN-C215V4U(A)
Focus
Easy D/N
Adjust
3 Way
Mount
PoE
Color Camera
1/4” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
Progressive output (JVC IP conversion)
Up to 30 fps Motion JPEG in VGA mode (640 × 480)
Built-in variable focal length auto iris lens (f = 2.8 mm to 10 mm)
Triple axis rotation mechanism
Easy day/night function
Focus adjustment function
Built-in 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX interface
Support Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Built-in web server
Pre/Post alarm buffer
Access protection
Alarm I/O (2-in/2-out)
FTP client function
Multicast
Motion detection function
Line-up Chart
1/4” Fixed Network Dome Camera
Monitor
Network Camera
Recorder
Viewing image
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.49
VN-C215VP4U(A)
Easy D/N
Focus
Adjust
Vandal
Proof
IP66
PoE
System
Information
1/4” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
Progressive output (JVC IP conversion)
Up to 30 fps Motion JPEG in VGA mode (640 × 480)
Built-in variable focal length auto iris lens (f = 2.8 mm to 10 mm)
Triple axis rotation mechanism
Outdoor-ready vandal and tamper proof structure (complies with IP66)
Easy day/night function
Focus adjustment function
Built-in 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX interface
Support Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Technical
Information
*without optional heater
Viewing image
Glossary
Built-in web server
Pre/Post alarm buffer
Access protection
Alarm I/O (2-in/2-out)
FTP client function
Multicast
Motion detection function
Optional heater unit: KA-ZH215U to meet
–22˚F (–30˚C) operation
Software
1/4” Fixed Network Dome Camera (Vandal Proof)
Optional heater unit
Index
KA-ZH215U
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Network Camera
Line-up Chart
1/4” Fixed
Network Dome Camera (Vandal Resistant)
VN-V225U
Color Camera
Monitor
Flush mount
Network Camera
Without optional bracket
http://pro.jvc.com
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.45 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.47 Refer to P.49 Refer to P.49
IR on/off
Privacy
Mask
Display
Mode
Bi-directional
Audio
Vandal
Resistant
3 Way
Mount
PoE
Dual
Stream
Recorder
1/4” progressive scan CCD with 330,000 effective pixels
MPEG-4/Motion JPEG full frame (30 fps each) dual stream in VGA
Built-in 3.8x variable focal length auto iris lens (f=2.8mm to 10.5mm)
Fine focus adjust mechanism
Triple axis rotation mechanism
Vandal resistant dome cover
Day/Night surveillance with auto IR cut filter on/off
Variable gamma function (Easy wide-D) for backlight compensation
Free shape and unlimited number of postitions for privacy mask
Built-in display mode (LCD1/LCD2/CRT/Custom selectable)
Web based setup and viewing tool
Password protection and IP address filtering
Bi-directional audio communication
Support Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Trigger input by built-in motion detection and external alarm input
Pre/Post alarm buffer of 8MB
Alarm terminal (input × 2, output × 2)
20 simultaneous
users, unlimited
users by
multicasting
Monitor output
for setup
Built-in setup tool and viewer
Software
1/4” Fixed Network Dome Camera (Vandal Proof)
VN-V225VPU
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.45 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.49 Refer to P.49
IR on/off
Privacy
Mask
Display
Mode
Bi-directional
Audio
Vandal
Proof
IP66
PoE
Dual
Stream
System
Information
1/4” progressive scan CCD with 330,000 effective pixels
MPEG-4/Motion JPEG full frame (30 fps each) dual stream in VGA
Built-in 3.8x variable focal length auto iris lens (f=2.8mm to 10.5mm)
Outdoor-ready vandal and tamper proof structure (complies with IP66)
Fine focus adjust mechanism
Triple axis rotation mechanism
Day/Night surveillance with auto IR cut filter on/off
Variable gamma function (Easy wide-D) for backlight compensation
Free shape and unlimited number of postitions for privacy mask
Built-in display mode (LCD1/LCD2/CRT/Custom selectable)
Web based setup and viewing tool
Password protection and IP address filtering
Bi-directional audio communication
Trigger input by built-in motion detection and external alarm input
Support Power over Ethernet (PoE) *without optional heater
Pre/Post alarm buffer of 8MB
Alarm terminal (input × 2, output × 2)
20 simultaneous users, unlimited users by multicasting
Monitor output for setup
Optional heater unit
Optional heater unit: KA-ZH215U to meet
–22˚F (–30˚C) operation
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
KA-ZH215U
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Network Camera
VN-X235U
Display
Mode
Megapixel
Bi-directional
Audio
Vandal
Resistant
3 Way
Mount
Dual
PoE
Stream
1/3” progressive scan CCD with 1,250,000 effective pixels
1.3 megapixel Quad-VGA Motion JPEG and VGA MPEG-4 (15 fps each) dual stream
Built-in 3.0x variable focal length auto iris lens (f=3.0mm to 9.0mm)
Fine focus adjust mechanism
Triple axis rotation mechanism
Vandal resistant dome cover
Day/Night surveillance with auto IR cut filter on/off
Variable gamma function (Easy wide-D) for backlight compensation
Free shape and unlimited number of postitions for privacy mask
Built-in display mode (LCD1/LCD2/CRT/Custom selectable)
Web based setup and viewing tool
Password protection and IP address filtering
Bi-directional audio communication
Support Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Trigger input by built-in motion detection and external alarm input
Pre/Post alarm buffer of 8MB
Alarm terminal (input × 2, output × 2)
20 simultaneous
users, unlimited
users by
multicasting
Monitor output
for setup
Recorder
Built-in setup tool and viewer
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.45 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.49 Refer to P.49
IR on/off
Privacy
Mask
Display
Mode
Megapixel
Bi-directional
Audio
Vandal
Proof
IP66
Dual
PoE
Stream
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
1/3” progressive scan CCD with 1,250,000 effective pixels
1.3 megapixel Quad-VGA Motion JPEG and VGA MPEG-4 (15 fps each) dual stream
Built-in 3.0x variable focal length auto iris lens (f=3.0mm to 9.0mm)
Outdoor-ready vandal and tamper proof structure (complies with IP66)
Fine focus adjust mechanism
Triple axis rotation mechanism
Day/Night surveillance with auto IR cut filter on/off
Variable gamma function (Easy wide-D) for backlight compensation
Free shape and unlimited number of postitions for privacy mask
Built-in display mode (LCD1/LCD2/CRT/Custom selectable)
Web based setup and viewing tool
Password protection and IP address filtering
Bi-directional audio communication
Support Power over Ethernet (PoE) *without optional heater
Trigger input by built-in motion detection and external alarm input
Pre/Post alarm buffer of 8MB
Alarm terminal (input × 2, output × 2)
20 simultaneous users, unlimited users by multicasting
Monitor output for setup
Optional heater unit
Optional heater unit: KA-ZH215U to meet
–22˚F (–30˚C) operation
Software
VN-X235VPU
Mask
Network Camera
1/3” Fixed Megapixel
Network Dome Camera (Vandal Proof)
Privacy
Monitor
Without optional bracket
IR on/off
Color Camera
Flush mount
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.45 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.47 Refer to P.49 Refer to P.49
Line-up Chart
1/3” Fixed Megapixel
Network Dome Camera (Vandal Resistant)
http://pro.jvc.com
Index
KA-ZH215U
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Network Camera Specifications
http://pro.jvc.com
Line-up Chart
Color Camera
VN-V25U
VN-V26U
Image device
1/4” progressive scan CCD
1/4” progressive scan CCD
Number of effective pixels
330,000 (659 H × 494 V)
330,000 (659 H × 494 V)
Minimum illumination (typical)
1.0 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.5 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.8 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.4 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.6 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.3 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.06 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC on)
0.03 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC on)
Camera
< B&W mode >
<
>
<
>
Monitor
Network Camera
Recorder
Software
Iris control
DC iris
DC iris
White balance
ATW/AWC
ATW/AWC
Wide dynamic range function
Variable gamma (Easy wide-D)
Variable gamma (Easy wide-D)
Backlight compensation
Yes (4 patterns)
Yes (4 patterns)
Lens mount
C/CS
C/CS
Focal length
—
—
Max. aperture ratio
—
—
Angle adjustment range
—
—
Alarm I/O
Input × 2, Output × 2
Input × 2, Output × 2
Monitor output
Composite video signal: 1.0 V (p-p), NTSC/PAL (RCA)
Composite video signal: 1.0 V (p-p), NTSC/PAL (RCA)
Audio communication
—
Internal microphone/Line out (mini jack ø 3.5 mm)
Power supply
24 VAC (50 Hz/60 Hz) /48 VDC (PoE)
24 VAC (50 Hz/60 Hz) /48 VDC (PoE)
Power consumption
0.35 A (24 VAC) /5.5 W (PoE)
0.35 A (24 VAC) /5.5 W (PoE)
Operating temperature range
< recommended >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
Dust and water protection
—
—
Dimensions (W × H × D)
2-9/16 inches × 2-1/2 inches × 5 inches
(65 mm × 63 mm × 126 mm)
2-9/16 inches × 2-1/2 inches × 5 inches
(65 mm × 63 mm × 126 mm)
Weight (approx.)
1.06 lbs. (480 g)
1.17 lbs. (530 g)
Network interfaces
RJ-45 (Cat 5): 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
RJ-45 (Cat 5): 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Protocol
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, FTP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP,
SNTP, HTTP, DSCP, SMTP, RTP, IGMP, IPv6, VSIP
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, FTP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP,
SNTP, HTTP, DSCP, SMTP, RTP, IGMP, IPv6, VSIP
Resolution (pixel)
320 × 240, 640 × 480
320 × 240, 640 × 480
Compression
Motion JPEG, MPEG-4
Motion JPEG, MPEG-4
Frame rate
30 fps (max.) per each stream of Motion JPEG and MPEG-4
in 640 × 480 simultaneously (full frame dual stream)
30 fps (max.) per each stream of Motion JPEG and MPEG-4
in 640 × 480 simultaneously (full frame dual stream)
Audio compression
—
µ-law 64 kbps mono AD/DA 16-bits
Internal storage capacity
8 MB (RAM)
8 MB (RAM)
Access protection
3 levels password, IP address filtering
3 levels password, IP address filtering
Motion detection
Yes
Yes
Web server
Yes
Yes
Data transmission
Unicast/Multicast
Unicast/Multicast
OS
Windows Vista Business (SP1), Windows XP pro (SP2) /home (SP2)
Windows Vista Business (SP1), Windows XP pro (SP2) /home (SP2)
CPU
Pentium 4 (1.5 GHz)
Pentium 4 (1.5 GHz)
Memory
More than 1 GB
More than 1 GB
HDD space
More than 512 MB
More than 512 MB
Display/Video card
1,024 × 768 pixels, true color (24-bit or 32-bit)
1,024 × 768 pixels, true color (24-bit or 32-bit)
Lens
General
Network
System
Information
Picture
Technical
Information
Glossary
System requirement (recommended)
Index
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Network Camera Specifications
http://pro.jvc.com
Line-up Chart
VN-X35U
Camera
1/3” progressive scan CCD
Number of effective pixels
1,250,000 (1,296 H × 966 V)
Minimum illumination (typical)
0.6 lx (50%, F1.0, AGC SUPER)
0.3 lx (25%, F1.0, AGC SUPER)
0.4 lx (50%, F1.0, AGC SUPER)
0.2 lx (25%, F1.0, AGC SUPER)
< B&W mode >
<
DC iris
White balance
ATW/AWC
Wide dynamic range function
Variable gamma (Easy wide-D)
Backlight compensation
Yes (4 patterns)
Monitor
Iris control
>
Color Camera
Image device
Lens
CS
Focal length
—
Max. aperture ratio
—
Angle adjustment range
—
Network Camera
Lens mount
General
Monitor output
Composite video signal: 1.0 V (p-p), NTSC/PAL (RCA)
Audio communication
Line in/Line out (mini jack ø 3.5 mm)
Power supply
24 VAC (50 Hz/60 Hz) /48 VDC (PoE)
Power consumption
0.35 A (24 VAC) /6.5 W (PoE)
Operating temperature range
< recommended >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
Dust and water protection
—
Dimensions (W × H × D)
2-9/16 inches × 2-1/2 inches × 5 inches
(65 mm × 63 mm × 126 mm)
Weight (approx.)
1.13 lbs. (510 g)
Software
Input × 2, Output × 2
Recorder
Alarm I/O
Network
RJ-45 (Cat 5): 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Protocol
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, FTP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP,
SNTP, HTTP, DSCP, SMTP, RTP, IGMP
Picture
Resolution (pixel)
320 × 240, 640 × 480, 1,280 × 960 (Motion JPEG only)
Compression
Motion JPEG, MPEG-4
Audio compression
µ-law 64 kbps mono AD/DA 16-bits
Internal storage capacity
8 MB (RAM)
Access protection
3 levels password, IP address filtering
Motion detection
Yes
Web server
Yes
Data transmission
Unicast/Multicast
Glossary
15 fps (max.) per each stream of Motion JPEG and MPEG-4
in all compression format (dual stream)
Technical
Information
Frame rate
System
Information
Network interfaces
System requirement (recommended)
Windows Vista Business (SP1), Windows XP pro (SP2) /home (SP2)
CPU
Pentium 4 (2 GHz)
Memory
More than 1 GB
HDD space
More than 512 MB
Display/Video card
1,600 × 1,200 pixels, true color (24-bit or 32-bit),
VRAM 256MB recommended
Index
OS
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2009 –2010
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Network Camera Specifications
http://pro.jvc.com
Line-up Chart
Color Camera
Monitor
Network Camera
Recorder
Software
VN-C215V4U(A)
VN-C215VP4U(A)
Image device
1/4” IT CCD
1/4” IT CCD
Number of effective pixels
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
Minimum illumination (typical)
0.75 lx (25%, F1.3, AGC on)
0.75 lx (25%, F1.3, AGC on)
< B&W mode >
< 0.4 lx (25%, F1.3, AGC on, Easy D/N) >
< 0.4 lx (25%, F1.3, AGC on, Easy D/N) >
Iris control
—
—
White balance
Auto/Manual
Auto/Manual
Wide dynamic range function
—
—
Backlight compensation
on/off
on/off
Lens mount
—
—
Focal length
< angle of vision >
2.8 mm to 10 mm
< 73˚ (H) × 54˚ (V) to 20˚ (H) × 15˚ (V) >
2.8 mm to 10 mm
< 73˚ (H) × 54˚ (V) to 20˚ (H) × 15˚ (V) >
Max. aperture ratio
F1.3
F1.3
Angle adjustment range
Horizontal: 350˚, Vertical: ±70˚, Rotation: ±175˚
Horizontal: 350˚, Vertical: ±70˚, Rotation: ±175˚
Alarm I/O
Input × 2, Output × 2
Input × 2, Output × 2
Monitor output
Composite video signal: 1.0 V (p-p), NTSC (RCA)
Composite video signal: 1.0 V (p-p), NTSC (RCA)
Audio communication
—
—
Power supply
12 VDC/PoE
12 VDC/PoE *without optional heater
Power consumption
0.5 A (max.)
0.5 A (max.)
Operating temperature range
< recommended >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C), –22 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–30 ˚C to 50 ˚C) *with heater
Dust and water protection
—
IP66
Dimensions
ø 5-3/4 inches × 5-1/4 inches (H)
(ø 145 mm × 133 mm (H) )
ø 6-1/4 inches × 4-7/8 inches (H)
(ø 160 mm × 125 mm (H) )
Weight (approx.)
1.65 lbs. (750 g)
2.87 lbs. (1.3 kg)
Network interfaces
RJ-45 (Cat 5): 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
RJ-45 (Cat 5): 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Protocol
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, FTP, DHCP,
ARP, ICMP, SNTP, SMTP, DSCP, DNS, TTL, IGMP
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, FTP, DHCP,
ARP, ICMP, SNTP, SMTP, DSCP, DNS, TTL, IGMP
Resolution (pixel)
320 × 240, 640 × 480
320 × 240, 640 × 480
Compression
Motion JPEG
Motion JPEG
Frame rate
30 fps (max.) in 640 × 480
30 fps (max.) in 640 × 480
Audio compression
—
—
Internal storage capacity
8 MB (RAM)
8 MB (RAM)
Access protection
3 levels password, IP address filtering
3 levels password, IP address filtering
Motion detection
Yes
Yes
Web server
Yes
Yes
Data transmission
Unicast/Multicast
Unicast/Multicast
OS
Windows XP pro/home (SP2)
Windows XP pro/home (SP2)
CPU
Pentium 4, 1.5 GHz or higher
Pentium 4, 1.5 GHz or higher
Memory
More than 1 GB
More than 1 GB
HDD space
More than 20 MB
More than 20 MB
Display/Video card
1,024 × 768 pixels, true color (24-bit or 32-bit)
1,024 × 768 pixels, true color (24-bit or 32-bit)
Camera
Lens
General
Network
System
Information
Picture
Technical
Information
Glossary
System requirement (recommended)
Index
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Network Camera Specifications
http://pro.jvc.com
Image device
1/4” IT CCD
1/4” IT CCD
Number of effective pixels
330,000 (768 H × 494 V)
330,000 (768 H × 494 V)
Minimum illumination (typical)
0.4 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.2 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.03 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.02 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.4 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.2 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.03 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.02 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
Camera
< B&W mode >
<
>
<
>
Auto/Manual
Auto/Manual
Wide dynamic range function
Variable gamma (Easy Wide-D)
Variable gamma (Easy Wide-D)
Backlight compensation
Yes (4 patterns)
Yes (4 patterns)
Lens mount
—
—
Focal length
< angle of vision >
f = 2.8 mm to 10.5 mm
< 73˚ (H) × 54˚ (V) to 20˚ (H) × 15˚ (V) >
f = 2.8 mm to 10.5 mm
< 73˚ (H) × 54˚ (V) to 20˚ (H) × 15˚ (V) >
Max. aperture ratio
F1.3
F1.3
Angle adjustment range
Horizontal: 350˚, Vertical: ±80˚, Rotation: ±100˚
Horizontal: 350˚, Vertical: ±70˚, Rotation: ±175˚
Alarm I/O
Input × 2, Output × 2
Input × 2, Output × 2
Monitor output
Composite video signal: 1.0 V (p-p), NTSC/PAL (RCA)
Composite video signal: 1.0 V (p-p), NTSC/PAL (RCA)
Audio communication
Mic in / Line out (wires)
Mic in / Line out (wires)
Power supply
24 VAC / PoE
24 VAC / PoE *without optional heater
Power consumption
7W
7 W *without optional heater
Operating temperature range
< recommended >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C), –22 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–30 ˚C to 50 ˚C) *with heater
< 0 ˚C to 40 ˚C >
Dust and water protection
—
IP66
Dimensions
ø 5-3/4 inches × 4-3/4 inches (H)
(ø 145 mm × 119 mm (H) )
ø 6-1/4 inches × 4-7/8 inches (H)
(ø 160 mm × 125 mm (H) )
Weight (approx.)
1.65 lbs. (750 g)
2.87 lbs. (1.3 kg)
Network interfaces
RJ-45 (Cat 5): 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
RJ-45 (Cat 5): 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Protocol
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, FTP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, SNTP,
HTTP, DSCP, SMTP, RTP, IGMP, IPv6, VSIP
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, FTP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, SNTP,
HTTP, DSCP, SMTP, RTP, IGMP, IPv6, VSIP
Resolution (pixel)
320 × 240, 640 × 480
320 × 240, 640 × 480
Compression
Motion JPEG, MPEG-4
Motion JPEG, MPEG-4
Frame rate
30 fps (max.) per each stream of Motion JPEG and MPEG-4
in 640 × 480 simultaneously (full frame dual stream)
30 fps (max.) per each stream of Motion JPEG and MPEG-4
in 640 × 480 simultaneously (full frame dual stream)
Audio compression
µ-law 64 kbps mono AD/DA 16-bits
µ-law 64 kbps mono AD/DA 16-bits
Internal storage capacity
8 MB (RAM)
8 MB (RAM)
Access protection
3 levels password, IP address filtering
3 levels password, IP address filtering
Motion detection
Yes
Yes
Web server
Yes
Yes
Data transmission
Unicast/Multicast
Unicast/Multicast
OS
Windows Vista Business (SP1), Windows XP pro (SP2) /home (SP2)
Windows Vista Business (SP1), Windows XP pro (SP2) /home (SP2)
CPU
Pentium 4 (1.5 GHz)
Pentium 4 (1.5 GHz)
Memory
More than 1 GB
More than 1 GB
HDD space
More than 512 MB
More than 512 MB
Display/Video card
1,024 × 768 pixels, true color (24-bit or 32-bit)
1,024 × 768 pixels, true color (24-bit or 32-bit)
Lens
General
Software
White balance
Recorder
—
Network Camera
—
Monitor
Iris control
Color Camera
VN-V225VPU
Line-up Chart
VN-V225U
Network
System
Information
Picture
Technical
Information
Glossary
System requirement (recommended)
Index
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Network Camera Specifications
http://pro.jvc.com
Line-up Chart
Color Camera
VN-X235U
VN-X235VPU
Image device
1/3” IT CCD
1/3” IT CCD
Number of effective pixels
1,250,000 (1,296 H × 966 V)
1,250,000 (1,296 H × 966 V)
Minimum illumination (typical)
0.8 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.4 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.08 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.04 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.8 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.4 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.08 lx (50%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
0.04 lx (25%, F1.2, AGC SUPER)
Camera
< B&W mode >
<
>
<
>
Monitor
Network Camera
Recorder
Software
Iris control
—
—
White balance
Auto/Manual
Auto/Manual
Wide dynamic range function
Variable gamma (Easy Wide-D)
Variable gamma (Easy Wide-D)
Backlight compensation
Yes (4 patterns)
Yes (4 patterns)
Lens mount
—
—
Focal length
< angle of vision >
f = 3.0 mm to 9.0 mm
< 93˚ (H) × 68˚ (V) to 31˚ (H) × 23˚ (V) >
f = 3.0 mm to 9.0 mm
< 93˚ (H) × 68˚ (V) to 31˚ (H) × 23˚ (V) >
Max. aperture ratio
F1.3
F1.3
Angle adjustment range
Horizontal: 350˚, Vertical: ±80˚, Rotation: ±100˚
Horizontal: 350˚, Vertical: ±70˚, Rotation: ±175˚
Alarm I/O
Input × 2, Output × 2
Input × 2, Output × 2
Monitor output
Composite video signal: 1.0 V (p-p), NTSC/PAL (RCA)
Composite video signal: 1.0 V (p-p), NTSC/PAL (RCA)
Audio communication
Mic in / Line out (wires)
Mic in / Line out (wires)
Power supply
24 VAC / PoE
24 VAC / PoE * without optional heater
Power consumption
7W
7 W *without optional heater
Operating temperature range
< recommended >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C), –22 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–30 ˚C to 50 ˚C) *with heater
< 0 ˚C to 40 ˚C>
Dust and water protection
—
IP66
Dimensions
ø 5-3/4 inches × 4-3/4 inches (H)
(ø 145 mm × 119 mm (H) )
ø 6-1/4 inches × 4-7/8 inches (H)
(ø 160 mm × 125 mm (H) )
Weight (approx.)
1.65 lbs. (750g)
2.87 lbs. (1.3 kg)
Network interfaces
RJ-45 (Cat 5): 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
RJ-45 (Cat 5): 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Protocol
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, FTP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, SNTP,
HTTP, DSCP, SMTP, RTP, IGMP, IPv6, VSIP
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, FTP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, SNTP,
HTTP, DSCP, SMTP, RTP, IGMP, IPv6, VSIP
Resolution (pixel)
320 × 240, 640 × 480, 1,280 × 960 (Motion JPEG only)
320 × 240, 640 × 480, 1,280 × 960 (Motion JPEG only)
Compression
Motion JPEG, MPEG-4
Motion JPEG, MPEG-4
Frame rate
15 fps (max.) per each stream of Motion JPEG and MPEG-4
in all compression format (dual stream)
15 fps (max.) per each stream of Motion JPEG and MPEG-4
in all compression format (dual stream)
Audio compression
µ-law 64 kbps mono AD/DA 16-bits
µ-law 64 kbps mono AD/DA 16-bits
Internal storage capacity
8 MB (RAM)
8 MB (RAM)
Access protection
3 levels password, IP address filtering
3 levels password, IP address filtering
Motion detection
Yes
Yes
Web server
Yes
Yes
Data transmission
Unicast/Multicast
Unicast/Multicast
OS
Windows Vista Business (SP1), Windows XP pro (SP2) /home (SP2)
Windows Vista Business (SP1), Windows XP pro (SP2) /home (SP2)
CPU
Pentium 4 (2 GHz)
Pentium 4 (2 GHz)
Memory
More than 1 GB
More than 1 GB
HDD space
More than 512 MB
More than 512 MB
Display/Video card
1,600 × 1,200 pixels, true color (24-bit or 32-bit),
VRAM 256MB recommended
1,600 × 1,200 pixels, true color (24-bit or 32-bit),
VRAM 256MB recommended
Lens
General
Network
System
Information
Picture
Technical
Information
Glossary
System requirement (recommended)
Index
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Network Camera
VN-V685U
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.47 Refer to P.49 Refer to P.49
IR on/off
3D Noise
Reduction
Privacy
Mask
Display
Mode
Image
Stabilizer
Direct
Drive
One-Touch
Lock
PoE
Dual
Stream
Color Camera
1/4” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
27x optical zoom lens and 32x electronic zoom
MPEG-4/Motion JPEG full frame (30 fps each) dual stream in VGA
Day/Night surveillance with auto IR cut filter on/off
3D noise reduction (3DNR)
Active gamma function (Easy wide-D) for backlight compensation
Direct drive motor for pan/tilt mechanism
Image stabilizer for reducing image blur
Auto tracking function
8 areas privacy mask
"One-touch lock" quick and easy installation
Built-in display mode (LCD1/LCD2/CRT/Custom selectable)
Web based setup and viewing tool and access protection
20 simultaneous users, unlimited users by multicasting
24 VAC/PoE
Trigger input by built-in motion detection and external alarm input
Pre/Post alarm buffer of 8 MB
Alarm terminal (input × 2, output × 2)
Line-up Chart
27x PTZ Network Dome Camera
http://pro.jvc.com
Monitor
Network Camera
Recorder
VN-V686BU
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.47 Refer to P.49 Refer to P.49
IR on/off
3D Noise
Reduction
Privacy
Mask
Display
Mode
Image
Stabilizer
Direct
Drive
One-Touch
Lock
PoE
Dual
Stream
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
1/4” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
36x optical zoom lens and 32x electronic zoom
MPEG-4/Motion JPEG full frame (30 fps each) dual stream in VGA
Day/Night surveillance with auto IR cut filter on/off
3D noise reduction (3DNR)
Active gamma function (Easy wide-D) for backlight compensation
Direct drive motor for pan/tilt mechanism
Image stabilizer for reducing image blur
Auto tracking function
8 areas privacy mask
"One-touch lock" quick and easy installation
Built-in display mode (LCD1/LCD2/CRT/Custom selectable)
Web based setup and viewing tool and access protection
20 simultaneous users, unlimited users by multicasting
24 VAC/PoE
Trigger input by built-in motion detection and external alarm input
Pre/Post alarm buffer of 8 MB
Alarm terminal (input × 2, output × 2)
Software
36x PTZ Network Dome Camera
Index
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Network Camera
Line-up Chart
36x Outdoor PTZ Network Dome Camera
VN-V686WPBU
Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.43 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.44 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.46 Refer to P.49 Refer to P.49
IR on/off
3D Noise
Reduction
Privacy
Mask
Display
Mode
Image
Stabilizer
Direct
Drive
IP66
1/4” high resolution IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels
Ready for outdoor installation with wall mount housing and IP66-compliant
36x optical zoom lens and 32x electronic zoom
MPEG-4/Motion JPEG full frame (30 fps each) dual stream in VGA
Day/Night surveillance with auto IR cut filter on/off
3D noise reduction (3DNR)
Active gamma function (Easy wide-D) for backlight compensation
Direct drive motor for pan/tilt mechanism
Image stabilizer for reducing image blur
Auto tracking function
8 areas privacy mask
Built-in display mode (LCD1/LCD2/CRT/Custom selectable)
Web based setup and viewing tool and access protection
20 simultaneous users, unlimited users by multicasting
24 VAC/PoE *without heater
Trigger input by built-in motion detection and external alarm input
Pre/Post alarm buffer of 8 MB
Alarm terminal (input × 2, output × 2)
Built-in heater allows to meet –40˚F (–40˚C) operation
Color Camera
Monitor
Network Camera
Recorder
Software
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
Index
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PoE
Dual
Stream
Network Camera Specifications
http://pro.jvc.com
VN-V686BU
Image device
1/4” IT CCD
1/4” IT CCD
Number of effective pixels
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
Minimum illumination (typical)
< B&W mode >
1.0 lx (50%, F1.6, AGC super)
0.5 lx (25%, F1.6, AGC super)
0.08 lx (50%, F1.6, AGC super)
0.04 lx (25%, F1.6, AGC super)
1.0 lx (50%, F1.6, AGC super)
0.5 lx (25%, F1.6, AGC super)
0.08 lx (50%, F1.6, AGC super)
0.04 lx (25%, F1.6, AGC super)
White balance
ATW/AWC
ATW/AWC
Wide dynamic range function
Active gamma (Easy wide-D)
Active gamma (Easy wide-D)
Backlight compensation
Yes (4 areas are selectable)
Yes (4 areas are selectable)
Shutter speed
Select from menu (1/60 s to 1/10,000 s)
Select from menu (1/60 s to 1/10,000 s)
Zoom ratio
27x optical (3.4mm to 92.6mm) 32x electronic
36x optical (3.4 mm to 122 mm), 32x electronic
Max. aperture ratio
F1.6
F1.6
Auto focus
Easy AF/One push AF
Easy AF/One push AF
Preset position
100 positions
100 positions
Panning
360˚ endless rotation
360˚ endless rotation
Panning speed
0.04 ˚/s to 400 ˚/s
0.04 ˚/s to 400 ˚/s
Tilting
–5˚ to 185˚
–5˚ to 185˚
Tilting speed
0.04 ˚/s to 400 ˚/s
0.04 ˚/s to 400 ˚/s
Alarm I/O
Input × 2, Output × 2
Input × 2, Output × 2
Power supply
24 VAC (50 Hz/60 Hz) /48 VDC (PoE)
24 VAC (50 Hz/60 Hz) /48 VDC (PoE)
Power consumption
1.2 A (24 VAC) /12.95 W (PoE)
1.2 A (24 VAC) /12.95 W (PoE)
Operating temperature range
< recommended >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
Dimensions
ø 6-1/4 inches × 7-7/8 inches
(ø 160 mm × 201 mm (H))
ø 6-1/4 inches × 7-7/8 inches
(ø 160 mm × 201 mm (H))
Weight (approx.)
4.2 lbs. (1.9 kg)
4.2 lbs. (1.9 kg)
Network interfaces
RJ-45 (Cat 5): 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
RJ-45 (Cat 5): 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Protocol
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, FTP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, SNTP,
HTTP, DSCP, SMTP, RTP, IGMP, IPv6, VSIP
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, FTP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, SNTP,
HTTP, DSCP, SMTP, RTP, IGMP, IPv6, VSIP
Resolution (pixel)
320 × 240, 640 × 480
320 × 240, 640 × 480
Compression
Motion JPEG, MPEG-4
Motion JPEG, MPEG-4
Frame rate
30 fps (max.) per each stream of Motion JPEG and MPEG-4
in 640 × 480 simultaneously (full frame dual stream)
30 fps (max.) per each stream of Motion JPEG and MPEG-4
in 640 × 480 simultaneously (full frame dual stream)
Internal storage capacity
8 MB (RAM)
8 MB (RAM)
Access protection
3 levels password, IP address filtering
3 levels password, IP address filtering
Motion detection
Yes
Yes
Web server
Yes
Yes
Data transmission
Unicast/Multicast
Unicast/Multicast
OS
Windows Vista Business (SP1), Windows XP pro (SP2) /home (SP2)
Windows Vista Business (SP1), Windows XP pro (SP2) /home (SP2)
CPU
Pentium 4 (1.5 GHz)
Pentium 4 (1.5 GHz)
Memory
More than 1 GB
More than 1 GB
HDD space
More than 512 MB
More than 512 MB
Display/Video card
1,024 × 768 pixels, true color (24-bit or 32-bit)
1,024 × 768 pixels, true color (24-bit or 32-bit)
Line-up Chart
VN-V685U
Camera
>
<
>
System
Information
Picture
Software
Network
Recorder
General
Network Camera
Mechanism
Monitor
Lens
Color Camera
<
Technical
Information
Glossary
System requirement (recommended)
Index
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Line-up Chart
VN-V686WPBU
Camera
Color Camera
Monitor
Image device
1/4” IT CCD
Number of effective pixels
380,000 (768 H × 494 V)
Minimum illumination (typical)
< B&W mode >
1.0 lx (50%, F1.6, AGC super)
0.5 lx (25%, F1.6, AGC super)
0.08 lx (50%, F1.6, AGC super)
0.04 lx (25%, F1.6, AGC super)
White balance
ATW/AWC
Wide dynamic range function
Active gamma (Easy wide-D)
Backlight compensation
Yes (4 areas are selectable)
Shutter speed
Select from menu (1/60 s to 1/10,000 s)
<
>
Lens
Zoom ratio
36x optical (3.4 mm to 122 mm), 32x electronic
Max. aperture ratio
F1.6
Auto focus
Easy AF/One push AF
Network Camera
Mechanism
Recorder
Preset position
100 positions
Panning
360˚ endless rotation
Panning speed
0.04 ˚/s to 400 ˚/s
Tilting
–5˚ to 185˚
Tilting speed
0.04 ˚/s to 400 ˚/s
General
Software
Alarm I/O
Input × 2, Output × 2
Power supply
24 VAC (50 Hz/60 Hz) / 48 VDC (PoE) *without heater
Power consumption
1.2 A(24 VAC) / 12.95 W (PoE) *without heater
Operating temperature range
< recommended >
14 ˚F to 122 ˚F (–10 ˚C to 50 ˚C)
< 32 ˚F to 104 ˚F (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C) >
Dimensions
ø 10-1/4* inches × 15-1/8** inches × 13-3/4** inches
(ø 260* mm × 385** mm (H) × 350** mm (D))
Weight (approx.)
12.2 lbs. (5.5 kg)
System
Information
Network
Network interfaces
RJ-45 (Cat 5): 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Protocol
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, FTP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, SNTP,
HTTP, DSCP, SMTP, RTP, IGMP, IPv6, VSIP
Picture
Technical
Information
Resolution (pixel)
320 × 240, 640 × 480
Compression
Motion JPEG, MPEG-4
Glossary
Frame rate
30 fps (max.) per each stream of Motion JPEG and MPEG-4
in 640 × 480 simultaneously (full frame dual stream)
Internal storage capacity
8 MB (RAM)
Access protection
3 levels password, IP address filtering
Motion detection
Yes
Web server
Yes
Data transmission
Unicast/Multicast
System requirement (recommended)
Index
OS
Windows Vista Business (SP1), Windows XP pro (SP2) /home (SP2)
CPU
Pentium 4 (1.5 GHz)
Memory
More than 1 GB
HDD space
More than 512 MB
Display/Video card
1,024 × 768 pixels, true color (24-bit or 32-bit)
* incl. housing
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Recorder
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VR-N900U
Refer to P.40–P.41
System
Information
Powerd by Milestone
Color Camera
Monitor
Pre-installed XProtect Enterprise software for user-friendly interface and easy operation
Can be used as a stand alone unit without PC or as edge devices for XProtect Enterprise
Hybrid recording solution with built-in 4-ch encoder
Up to 9-ch recorder fully camera licensed
Support Motion JPEG/MPEG-4 camera recording
Built-in 250 GB HDD with an additional expansion slot
Frame rate
Recording : up to 120 ips at VGA
Display
: up to 60 ips at VGA
Distribution : up to 30 ips at VGA
PTZ preset positions are saved inside camera without using camera setup tool
External storage up to 4 TB using the optional 2 units of VR-D0U
Available NAS archiving structure
Available remote viewing and setup
Open platform for systems enabling integration of third party devices
Line-up Chart
Network Video Recorder (Hybrid Network and Analog Cameras)
Network Camera
Recorder
Viewer sample
Notes:
Milestone is a registered
trade mark of Milestone Sy /S'.
XProtect Enterprise is license software
by Milestone Systems A/S'.
VR-N900U rear
Refer to P.40–P.41
VR-N1600U
System
Information
Powerd by Milestone
System
Information
Technical
Information
Pre-installed XProtect Enterprise software for user-friendly interface and easy operation
Can be used as a stand alone unit without PC or as edge devices for XProtect Enterprise
Up to 16-ch recorder fully camera licensed
Support Motion JPEG/MPEG-4 camera recording
Built-in 500 GB HDD with an additional expansion slot
Frame rate
Recording : up to 160 ips at VGA
Display
: up to 80 ips at VGA
Distribution : up to 80 ips at VGA
PTZ preset positions are saved inside camera without using camera setup tool
External storage up to 4 TB using the optional 2 units of VR-D0U
Available NAS archiving structure
Available remote viewing and setup
Open platform for systems enabling integration of third party devices
Software
Network Video Recorder
Glossary
Index
Viewer sample
Notes:
Milestone is a registered
trade mark of Milestone Sy /S'.
XProtect Enterprise is license software
by Milestone Systems A/S'.
VR-N1600U rear
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Recorder
http://pro.jvc.com
Line-up Chart
VR-N900U/VR-N1600U
Storage period
• 9-ch recording without audio recording
at 250 GB pre-installed HDD
VR-N900U
Color Camera
Image size
(Hour)
Data/Image
• 9-ch recording without audio recording
at 4.5 TB with optional HDD added maximally
Frame rate per second (each camera)
Frame rate per second (each camera)
Monitor
Network Camera
(kB)
10
5
3
1
0.5
0.2
10
5
3
1
0.5
0.2
180
—
—
2
12
48
155
—
—
237
718
1,461
3,687
Quad VGA
140
—
—
5
22
68
206
—
—
308
930
1,885
4,748
1,280 × 960
100
—
—
12
41
105
299
—
—
435
1,312
2,648
6,657
60
—
—
26
84
191
514
—
—
732
2,203
4,430
11,110
32
17
34
57
178
380
985
415
829
1,382
4,151
8,327 20,853
VGA
24
24
48
80
245
514
1,321
554
1,107
1,846
5,543
11,110 27,812
640 × 480
16
37
75
125
380
783
1,994
832
1,664
2,774
8,327 16,677 41,730
10
62
123
205
622
1,267
3,204
1,333
2,666
4,444 13,337 26,698 66,782
27
21
42
70
215
454
1,172
492
984
1,640
4,925
9,873
QVGA
15
40
80
133
406
837
2,128
888
1,775
2,959
8,883
17,791 44,513
320 × 240
8
78
155
259
783
1,590
4,011
1,667
3,334
5,557 16,677 33,379 83,483
5
126
252
420
1,267
2,559
6,432
2,669
5,338
8,897 26,698 53,421 133,588
• 16-ch recording without audio recording
at 500 GB pre-installed HDD
VR-N1600U
Recorder
Image size
Data/Image
24,719
• 16-ch recording without audio recording
at 5 TB with optional HDD added maximally
Frame rate per second (each camera)
Frame rate per second (each camera)
Software
(kB)
10
5
3
1
0.5
0.2
10
5
3
1
0.5
0.2
180
—
—
—
20
64
196
—
—
—
440
906
2,300
Quad VGA
140
—
—
—
32
89
258
—
—
—
574
1,711
2,964
1,280 × 960
100
—
—
—
55
134
371
—
—
—
813
1,649
4,159
6,948
System
Information
60
—
—
—
108
240
635
—
—
—
1,370
2,765
32
22
43
72
223
470
1,211
259
517
862
2,591
5,205 13,049
VGA
24
30
60
100
305
635
1,623
346
691
1,152
3,462
6,948 17,407
640 × 480
16
37
73
122
371
767
1,953
425
830
1,384
4,159
8,343 20,893
10
46
93
155
470
964
2,447
520
1,040
1,733
5,205 10,435 26,123
27
26
53
88
269
562
1,440
307
614
1,023
3,075
6,174
QVGA
15
50
99
166
503
1,030
2,612
555
1,110
1,849
5,554
11,132 27,866
320 × 240
8
96
192
319
964
1,953
4,918
1,043
2,086
3,476 10,435 20,893 52,269
5
155
310
517
1,557
3,139
7,883
1,670
3,341
5,568 16,710 33,444 83,645
15,470
Viewing and recording by Quad-VGA size of VN-X35U need approximately four times larger network bandwidth and storage space per one channel than
the viewing and recording by VGA size. The actual recording time varies depending on the camera settings, input image contents and condition of the
hard disk. Use this table as a guide to the recording time.
Technical
Information
2 weeks
1 month
3 months +
Supported devices
Product
Supported firmware
JVC
VN-C20U
VN-V25U
VN-V26U
VN-X35U
VN-C215V4U
VN-C215VP4U
VN-V225U
VN-V225VPU
VN-V235U
VN-V235VPU
VN-C625U
VN-C655U(B)
VN-V685U
VN-V686BU
VN-V686WBPU
VN-E4U
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 2.06+
ver. 2.07+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.02+
ver. 1.02+
ver. 1.2+
VERINT
S1700
S1704
S1708_SSL
S1900
S2700e
S2700e/VR
ver. 4.22b build 28+
ver. 4.22b build 28+
ver. 4.22b build 28+
ver. 4.4j
build 100+
ver. 4.4h
build 600+
ver. 4.4h
build 600+
AXIS
206
207
211/211A
216FD
225FD
207W
212
213
214
ver. 4.21
ver. 4.22
ver. 4.3
ver. 4.34
ver. 4.31
ver. 4.40
ver. 4.35
ver. 4.30
ver. 4.33
Over 500 products can be connected by
installing the device driver provided by
Milestone. Auto detect function and guarantee
of proper operation with VR-N900U/VR-N1600U
apply to the products on this list only.
HDD External Unit (option)
VR-D0U
Glossary
HDD case to be connected with VR-N900U, VR-N1600U
4 HDD can be installed in this case, by 250 GB or 500 GB
Up to 2 units of VR-D0U (max. 4 TB in total) can be connected to VR-N900U/VR-N1600U
Index
34
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2009 –2010
Recorder Specifications
http://pro.jvc.com
VR-N1600U
Line-up Chart
VR-N900U
Camera channel
9
16
Analog video input
4
—
Frame rate (VGA)
Recording/Display/Distribution: 120/60/30
Recording/Display/Distribution: 160/80/80
Recording frame rate for analog input
20
—
CPU and memory
CPU: Pentium 4 RAM: 512 MB
Core 2 Duo E4300 (1.80 GHz) RAM: 512 MB
HDD capacity
250 GB
500 GB
Additional HDD
250 GB (internal), max. 4 TB (USB external)
500 GB (internal), max. 4 TB (USB external)
NAS
Yes
Mirroring
—
Export function
Export media: USB memory, CD-R/RW or DVD-R/RW (USB external)
Monitor
JPEG/MPEG-4
Color Camera
Recording format
Internal HDD
Network Camera
Export format: AVI (video), JPEG (image), database (internal format)
Alarm recording, Scheduled recording, Manual recording
Playback function
Normal/Slow/Fast playback, fast forward and reverse, Frame-by frame playback
Search function
Time/Date search, Alarm search, Motion detection on playback images
Security
Protected by user name and password
Language support
Main menu: English
Recorder
Recording function
Application: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish
Minimum requirements
for remote PC
HTTP, SMTP (client), TCP, DHCP (client/IP lease), ARP, DNS (client), NTP
OS
Windows XP Professional (32-bit or 64-bit), Windows Server 2003 (32-bit or 64-bit)
Remote PC operation
Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or higher (Xeon recommended)
512 MB (1 GB recommended)
At least 10/100 Ethernet NIC
AGP or PCI-Express, 1,024 × 768 (1,280 × 1,024 recommended), more than 16-bit color
System
Information
CPU
RAM
Network
Graphic card
HDD capacity for installation
Software
I/F
Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Server and Advanced Server,
50 MB
.NET Framework 2.0, and DirectX 9.0 or later, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0
Live viewing, Playback of recording images, Camera control, Data export
Camera control
Audio in
Audio out
Alarm terminal
1000 BASE-T, 100 BASE-TX, 10 BASE-T
100 BASE-TX, 10 BASE-T
USB 2.0 × 5
D-sub 15 pin
D-sub 15 pin
1,600 × 1,200 1,280 × 1,024 1,024 × 768
1,600 × 1,200 1,280 × 1,024 1,280 × 720 1,024 × 768
D-sub RS-485 (for analog PTZ control)
—
analog RCA × 2
Technical
Information
LAN 1
LAN 2
Serial
Display output
Software
Supported protocol
analog RCA × 1
Alarm in × 4
Alarm in × 8
Power supply
120 VAC – 240 VAC
Power consumption
Max. 1.7 A (120 VAC – 240 VAC)
Operating temperature
41˚F to 104 ˚F (5 ˚C to 40 ˚C)
Dimension (W × H × D)
16-5/8 inches × 3-1/2 inches × 14-5/8 inches (420 mm × 88 mm × 350 mm)
Weight (approx.)
17 lbs. (7.7 kg) excluding power supply
Accessories
Startup guide, CD-ROM (Instruction), Power cord, Rack mount brackets, HDD brackets
Glossary
Emergency, Alarm reset in, EXT REC in, OPE on/off, Alarm out, Warning out, REC tally, Option out × 2, Common × 3
Max. 1.2 A (120 VAC)
Index
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2009 –2010
35
Software
http://pro.jvc.com
Line-up Chart
Video Management Software (Light Edition) for Network Cameras/Encoder
Refer to P.39
VN-RS800U
System
Information
Color Camera
Basic function
Support up to 32 cameras
Display frame rate: Up to 16 fps (VGA)
Recording frame rate: Up to total approx. 280 fps (VGA/REC only) or
approx. 190 fps (VGA/REC and Display), in case of Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz CPU
* Actual frame rates depend on system hardware
Monitor
Live Display
Split mode (1/4/5/9/12/16) and automatic sequence
Camera control: VN-C30U, VN-C625U, VN-C655U(B),
VN-V685U, VN-V686BU, VN-V686WPBU
Recording function
Always REC / Manual REC
Alarm REC / Timer REC
Network Camera
Playback function
Search: Time & Date/Event
Snap shot: JPEG
Video file export & saving (AVI file)
Recorder
Alarm function
Alarm detect by camera (terminal/motion detect)
Automatic alarm recording with alarm message display
Warning detect (Camera error, HDD error)
Software
Audio communication
(VN-E4U, VN-V26U, VN-X35U, VN-V225U, VN-V225VPU, VN-X235U, VN-X235VPU)
Live monitoring and sound transmission from the PC
Recording both sound of input and output with image file
Export the image by AVI format with audio
Specifications
VN-RS800U
Supported models
System
Information
Technical
Information
OS
VN-C10U (JPEG)
VN-C11U (JPEG)
VN-C30U (JPEG)
VN-A1U
VN-C20U
VN-C205U
VN-V25U (JPEG)
VN-V26U (JPEG)
VN-X35U (JPEG)
ver. 2.9+
ver. 2.9+
ver. 4.8+
ver. 3.3+
ver. 1.1+
ver. 1.3+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.0+
VN-C215V4U/VP4U
VN-V225U/VPU (JPEG)
VN-X235U/VPU (JPEG)
VN-C625U
VN-C655U(B)
VN-V685U (JPEG)
VN-V686BU/WPBU (JPEG)
VN-E4U
ver. 1.0+
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition R2
Windows XP Professional (SP2)
Windows Vista Business (SP1)
CPU
Intel Pentium 4 (HT on)/D/ Xeon 2.8 GHz or higher
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or higher
Glossary
Memory
1 GByte or more
HDD
About 200 MB for installation
Recording file folder internal disk drive recommended
Image record volume the NTFS format, the internal disk drive, and RAID 1/5 recommended
Index
36
Graphic board
16 MB VRAM or more (unshared with the main memory)
1,024 × 768, true color (32-bit) recommended
Sound
Complied with AD97 (SoundMax recommended)
LAN card
100 BASE-T, 1000 BASE-TX (recommended)
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2009 –2010
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 2.6+
ver. 2.7+
ver. 1.0+
ver. 1.02+
ver. 1.2.0+
System Information
http://pro.jvc.com
Camera
VN-V685U
VN-V686BU
VN-V686WPBU
Line-up Chart
Combination of brackets and cameras for VN-V685U/VN-V686U/VN-V686WPBU
Color Camera
Monitor
Bracket
No
Wall mount
WB-S682U
Yes
No
RCVN686
Yes
No
WB-S684U
No
Yes
Corner mount
JCA2
No
Yes
Pole mount
JPM3
No
Yes
Flush mount
Outdoor pendant mount
Software
Yes
Recorder
WB-S681U
Network Camera
Pendant mount
System
Information
Direct mount
1700 Valley Road Wayne, NJ 07470, U.S.A. TEL: (973) 317-5000
WB-S681U
Camera front
VN-V686U
Technical
Information
For inquiries regarding Ready Pak, please contact: JVC U.S.A.
Mounting drawings and specifications
3-3/8 (85)
ø1
-5
/
40 8
)
3-3/8 (85)
/4
-1 )
80
(ø
(ø
ø5
-5
14 / 8
0)
(ø
12
0
˚
ø3
• Materials: ABS resin cover, SPCC bracket and Steel pipe
• Weight: Approx. 3.8 lbs. (1.7 kg)
• Mansell number: Approx. 0.9PB8.5/0.4
Unit: inch (mm)
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2009 –2010
Index
Unit: inch (mm)
• Weight: Approx. 4.2 lbs. (1.9 kg)
• Mansell number: Approx. 0.9PB8.5/0.4
Glossary
0
12
˚
Pendant mount
37
System Information
http://pro.jvc.com
WB-S682U
1700 Valley Road Wayne, NJ 07470, U.S.A. TEL: (973) 317-5000
RCVN686
3-3/8 (83.5)
Wall mount
7/8
Color Camera
ø7
19 1/ 2
0.
5)
(ø
(17)
2-3/8 (60) 3/4
(ø
(21)
Flush mount
ø1
-1
/
30 4
)
Unit: inch (mm)
VN-V686WPU
WB-S684U
5 (126)
2-7/8 (72)
Outdoor pendant mount
Recorder
1/8-ø3/8
(2-ø9)
• Weight: Approx. 12.2 lbs. (5.5 kg)
• Mansell number: Approx. 0.9PB8.5/0.4
• Materials: Aluminium base
and Steel pipe
• Weight: Approx. 2.9 lbs. (1.3 kg)
• Mansell number: Approx. 0.9PB8.5/0.4
JCA2
JPM3
Unit: inch (mm)
Software
Corner mount
Unit: inch (mm)
Pole mount
4.961
1.035
(26)
4.961
1.035
(26)
15/
40 8
)
1/8-R1/4
(2-R4.5)
2-7/8 (72)
Network Camera
Outdoor wall mount
Mount hole
7 (176)
Monitor
Unit: inch (mm)
• Materials: SPCC
• Weight: Approx. 2 lbs. (0.9 kg)
• Mansell number: Approx. 0.9PB8.5/0.4
(ø
Line-up Chart
For inquiries regarding Ready Pak, please contact: JVC U.S.A.
Mounting drawings and specifications
(126)
ø 3 (76)
9 (227)
76˚
9 (227)
System
Information
ø 3 (76)
(126)
1.035
(26)
Ceiling recessed mount
TK-C215V4U(A)/TK-C215V12U(A)/
VN-C215V4U(A)
VN-V225U/VN-X235U
Mount hole
(Thickness of the ceiling material should be
between 9.5 mm and 22 mm)
Mount hole
(Thickness of the ceiling material should be
between 9.5 mm and 22 mm)
-3
12 /4
0)
Ceiling recessed mount
Index
38
• Weight: Approx. 1.1 lbs. (0.5 kg) : TK-C215V4U(A)/12U(A)
1.5 lbs. (0.7 kg) : VN-C215V4U(A)
• Mansell number: Approx. 4Y-8/0.9
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2009 –2010
(ø
(ø
Glossary
• Materials: Aluminium
ø4
Technical
Information
• Materials: Aluminium
45˚
Unit: inch (mm)
ø4
-3
12 /4
0)
1.035
(26)
45˚
Unit: inch (mm)
Unit: inch (mm)
Unit: inch (mm)
• Weight: Approx. 1.5 lbs. (0.7 kg)
• Mansell number: Approx. 0.9PB8.5/0.4
System Information
http://pro.jvc.com
Refer to P.46
IP66
For U.S. market only
Camera with outdoor housing, wall mount and lens professionally configured
For inquiries regarding Ready Pak, please contact: JVC U.S.A.
Selection guide
1700 Valley Road Wayne, NJ 07470, U.S.A. TEL: (973) 317-5000
JVC camera
Included lens
2.5 – 6 mm
1/4” Network Camera
VN-V26U
1/4” Network Camera
VN-X35U
1/3” Megapixel Network Camera
TK-C750U
1/3” STD Resolution Camera
TK-C920BU
1/3” High Resolution Camera
TK-C925U
1/3” Day/Night Camera
TK-WD310U
1/3” WDR Camera
TK-C9200U
1/3” High Resolution Camera
TK-C9300U
1/3” High Resolution Camera
5.0 – 50 mm
2.7 – 13.5 mm
5.0 – 50 mm
2.8 – 8 mm
3.3 – 15 mm
2.5 – 6 mm
5.0 – 50 mm
2.5 – 6 mm
2.7 – 13.5 mm
5.0 – 50 mm
Software
5.0 – 50 mm
2.5 – 6 mm
5.0 – 50 mm
5.0 – 50 mm
2.7 – 13.5 mm
5.0 – 50 mm
System
Information
2.5 – 6 mm
Technical
Information
VN-RS800U system configuration
Network camera
Recorder
VN-V25U
Network Camera
Ready Pak model number
VNV25RP4X
VNV25RP10X
VNV26RP4X
VNV26RP10X
VNX35RP4X
VNX35RP10X
HMTKC750-212
HMTKC750-550
HMTKC920-212
HMTKC920-550
HMTKC925-212
HMTKC925-550
HMTKWD310-212
HMTKWD310-550
HMTKC9200-212
HMTKC9200-550
HMTKC9300-212
HMTKC9300-550
Monitor
The JVC camera has the lens professionally installed and back focused them
mounted inside the housing with all the wiring connected for power, network,
heater and blower. All the integrator has to do is plug the camera into network
and power; then it is on line providing immediate coverage. Not only do these
Ready Paks save time for installations, but everything is professionally set and
connected so you can be assured this product will last in the toughest
installation environment.
Color Camera
JVC's Ready Pak cameras are a unique concept in the industry. This is a
popular way for our integrators to get out in front of the jobs faster with a ready
to go package that combines one of the leading housing manufacturer's
housing with a choice of two different vari-focal lenses. These models will
provide coverage for most security job requirements.
Line-up Chart
Ready Pak
To up to 32 cameras
Fixed network
dome camera
Glossary
VN-RS800U
installed
Switch
PC
Network Encoder
Supported cameras/encoder
VN-C10U
VN-C11U
VN-C30U
VN-A1U
VN-C20U
VN-V25U
VN-V205U
VN-V26U
VN-X35U
VN-C215V4U/VP4U
VN-V225U/VPU
VN-X235U/VPU
VN-C625U
VN-C655U(B)
VN-V685U
VN-V686BU/WPBU
VN-E4U
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2009 –2010
Index
PTZ network
dome camera
39
System Information
http://pro.jvc.com
Line-up Chart
VR-N900U/VR-N1600U system configuration
VR-N900U basic system configuration
1
Microphone
Network
cameras
Color Camera
Speaker with
amplifier
Mic amp
LAN or WAN
2
3
VR-N900U
BNC
NVR viewer
NVR viewer
NVR viewer
Monitor
Up to 10 clients are able to access to one
VR-N900U unit simultaneously at combined 30 ips
= Max. 10 users can be logged in simultaneously
Switch
10
Analog cameras
Network Camera
VR-N1600U basic system configuration
1
Microphone
Network
cameras
Speaker with
amplifier
Recorder
Mic amp
Switch
LAN or WAN
2
3
NVR viewer
NVR viewer
NVR viewer
NVR viewer
VR-N1600U
Software
Up to 10 clients are able to access to one
VR-N1600U unit simultaneously at combined 80 ips
= Max. 10 users can be logged in simultaneously
NAS
VN-E4U
10
Analog cameras
NVR viewer
System
Information
VR-N1600U system configuration with VN-V26U, VN-X35U, VN-V225U/VPU, VN-X235U/VPU audio function
Speaker with
amplifier
Listen to what is happening at the camera spot
and give instructions/warnings by the operator
VN-V26U
1
NVR viewer
Technical
Information
Microphone
Speaker with
amplifier
Built-in mic
Glossary
Index
Microphone
NVR viewer
Mic amp
VN-V26U
Output the voice/warning
through the laudspeaker and catch
the sound around the camera
by built-in mic or external mic
2
LAN or WAN
Switch
VR-N1600U
3
NVR viewer
Up to 10 clients are able to access to one
VR-N1600U unit simultaneously at combined 80 ips
= Max. 10 users can be logged in simultaneously
NVR viewer can hear the sound around the camera
or the voice from NVR"Audio Source"
NAS
10
NVR viewer
VN-X35U, VN-V225U, VN-V225VPU, VN-X235U, VN-X235VPU
All GUI images are just sample.
40
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2009 –2010
System Information
http://pro.jvc.com
Line-up Chart
VR-N900U/VR-N1600U system configuration
Expanded system with optional "Milestone XProtect Enterprise" server
Network
cameras
LAN
XProtect Enterprise server
Switch
VR-N900U/VR-N1600U
Color Camera
Multiple VR-N900U/VR-N1600U can be used as slave unit for
XProtect Enterprise server (Master). NVR viewer can see images
from all VR-N900U/VR-N1600U mixed at one screen.
NAS
1
Switch
LAN
or WAN
VR-N900U/VR-N1600U
2
NVR viewer
NVR viewer
Up to 10 clients are able to access to
one VR-N900U/VR-N1600U unit simultaneously
= Max. 10 users can be logged in simultaneously
10
NVR viewer
VR-N900U/VR-N1600U
Recorder
Switch
Network Camera
NAS
Network
cameras
Monitor
Network
cameras
NAS
Total surveillance application with optional "Milestone Central Client" software
Get video from image servers
Central
client
System
Information
LAN
Switch
Display & Search
(Event + Video
Thanks to mapping function,
sychronization)
an alert point can be specified quickly.
Event monitoring application with optional "Milestone Matrix" software
Glossary
Alarm Motion
Detect by camera
network cameras
(dual stream)
Matrix
software
installed
Switch
Get images directly
from network cameras
(Only dual stream
cameras. http protocol)
This GUI automatically
pops up after alert information.
(Up to 4 cameras / Live display only )
Index
VR-N900U/VR-N1600U
Technical
Information
Multiple
VR-N900U/VR-N1600U
Software
Central
server (PC)
Network
cameras
All GUI images are just sample.
JVC Video Surveillance Products 2009 –2010
41
Technical Information
http://pro.jvc.com
Line-up Chart
1 Camera horizontal resolution chart
2 Lens iris terminal
Horizontal resolution (TV line)
240
330
400
VHS
standard mode
Excellent
TV broadcast reception
S-VHS
Color Camera
TK-C750U(A)
TK-WD310U(B)
480
540
550
1
580
TK-C920BU
TK-C9300U
TK-C9200U
TK-C2201U
TK-C2201WPU
2
Video iris
1
Brake
9.5 V
2
Brake
NC
3
Drive
VIDEO
4
Drive
GND
does not contain
EE amplifier
Pin No.
High resosation
TK-C925U
TK-C1530U
TK-C215V4U(A)
TK-C215V12U(A)
TK-C215VP4U(A)
DC iris
Lens
3
4
(max. 50 mA)
Object cameras: TK-C920BU [P.3], TK-C925U [P.4], TK-C1530U [P.4] and
TK-WD310U(B) [P.6]
Monitor
3 Wide dynamic range function
ExDR
Network Camera
Extended dynamic range (ExDR)
Wide dynamic range (WDR)
Under adverse backlighting conditions, conventional cameras can not make clear
images. In this case, images in dark areas become almost black as pitch and
images in bright areas become almost white. JVC's new digital signal processor
(DSP) circuit, which enables the realization of a wide dynamic range function,
solves these problems. By capturing clear images through the use of a low-speed
shutter in dark areas and a high-speed shutter in bright areas and then combining
these two images, a uniformly easy-to-view image can be achieved.
JVC's innovated technology featuring a wide
dynamic range function performs by multi
sampling method. TK-WD310U(B)
automatically adjust luminance by pixel with
14-bit digital processing as well as implement
5 level multi sampling, in order to realize an
accurate color reproduction.
Recorder
CCD
processing:
1 frame
1 frame
Dark areas
Bright areas
Shooting at
1/100 s
Shooting at
1/100 s to
1/200,000 s
contain
EE amplifier
WDR
Dark
S5
S4
S3
S2
Bright
S1
T1 T2 T3 T4 T5
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
Software
Additional signal
processing via the DSP
Output image
1 frame
5 level
multi sampling image
System
Information
Selection guide for JVC line-up
Morning Day light
High contrast
Evening
Night time
Technical
Information
Auto tracking white balance (ATW)
Summary
ExDR
TK-C1480U
Auto iris
normal mode
ExDR mode
AGC mode
AGC mode
slow shutter
(Intermittent picture)
Ideal for
Morning
Day light
Evening
Application example
Color
• Casinos
• Traffic
• Town center
Glossary
Summary
ExDR
(W/IR on/off)
TK-C9300U
Auto iris
normal mode
ExDR mode
AGC mode
IR cut filter off
B&W mode
Ideal for
Morning
Day light
Evening
Night time
Application example
Color
B&W
• Banks
• Retail shops
• Prison
Index
Summary
WDR
TK-WD310U(B)
Auto iris
normal mode
WDR mode
real time
response
AGC mode
Easy day/night
B&W mode
Ideal for
High contrast
Evening
Application example
Color
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B&W
• Bank ATM
• Train (platform)
• Entrance
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IR on/off
IR cut filter makes it possible to capture both color, black and white images
with just one camera. This is done by turning the filter to "ON" when shooting in
sunlight during the day for color images and turning it to "OFF" at night for black
and white images. Therefore continuous twenty-four-hour surveillance is
possible thanks to this function.
5 Easy day/night function
Easy D/N
Camera uses color mode when the object is bright, and black and white mode
when it is dark. (In this mode, AGC is always active regardless of the setting.)
Morning
Day light
High contrast
Evening
Night time
Sensivity
Spectral sensitivity
characteristics of the CCD
New CCD
0.5
New CCD + IR cut filter
AGC mode
600
700
Visible light range
(color images)
800
900
1,000
Easy day/night
on
IR range (B&W images)
color signal
off
Auto iris
normal mode
B&W mode AGC
more than 3.5 dB
AGC mode
Color
Wavelength (nm)
B&W
Object cameras: TK-C9300U [P.2], TK-C925U [P.4], TK-C1530U [P.4], VN-V26U [P.19],
Object cameras: TK-C9200U [P.2], TK-C920BU [P.3], TK-WD310U(B) [P.5], TK-C2201U [P.6],
VN-V225U [P.22], VN-V225VPU [P.22], VN-X235U [P.23], VN-X235VPU [P.23], VN-V685U
[P.29], VN-V686BU [P.29] and VN-V686WPBU [P.30]
TK-C2201WPU [P.6], TK-C215V4U(A) [P.7], TK-C215V12U(A) [P.7], TK-C215VP4U [P.8],
VN-V25U [P.19], VN-X35U [P.20], VN-C215V4U(A) [P.21] and VN-C215VP4U(A) [P.21]
3D Noise
Reduction
3DNR
Normal
Detect noise data by comparing
the continuous frames
Time
Reduce noise data by blending
it into other frames over time
3DNR
Recorder
Time
Network Camera
6 3D noise reduction
3D Noise reduction (3DNR) is the
powerful method to provide clearer
image with less noises even though
it is shooted in dark places. The
noise data is detected by comparing
some continuous frames and the
noise data is blended over time.
Monitor
500
Auto iris
normal mode
AGC mode
Color
Conventional CCD
400
0.0
Auto tracking white balance (ATW)
Easy day/night
off
Color Camera
* Noise will briefly occur on the screen when switching to the IR cut filter.
1.0
Line-up Chart
4 IR cut filter on/off function
Object cameras: TK-C9300U [P.2], TK-C9200U [P.2], TK-C2201U [P.6], TK-C2201WPU [P.6], VN-V685U [P.29], VN-V686BU [P.29] and VN-V686WPBU [P.30]
Focus
Adjustment
When the focus adjustment function is turned "ON", the lens iris is focused fully
open for about 30 seconds before returning to its original position. This results
in a shallow depth of field (high-speed shutter) and makes it much easier to
adjust focus.
8 Privacy mask
Privacy
Mask
Using the privacy mask function, operators can mask selected areas for the
purpose of surveillance near privacy areas.
with privacy mask
Software
7 Focus adjustment function
What is depth of field ?
TK-C1530U [P.4], TK-C2201U [P.6], TK-C2201WPU [P.6], TK-C215V4U(A) [P.7],
TK-C215V12U(A) [P.7], TK-C215VP4U [P.8], VN-C215V4U(A) [P.21] and VN-C215VP4U(A) [P.21]
without privacy mask
Object cameras: TK-C9300U [P.2], TK-C9200U [P.2], TK-C1530U [P.4], TK-C2201U [P.6],
TK-C2201WPU [P.6], VN-V25U [P.19], VN-V26U [P.19], VN-X35U [P.20], VN-V225U [P.22],
VN-V225VPU [P.22], VN-X235U [P.23], VN-X235VPU [P.23], VN-V685U [P.29],
VN-V686BU [P.29] and VN-V686WPBU [P.30]
9 Alarm zoom function
Technical
Information
Object cameras: TK-C9300U [P.2], TK-C9200U [P.2], TK-C920BU [P.3], TK-C925U[P.4],
System
Information
When a video is taken with the lens focused on the main object, there is a zone in which
objects both in front of and behind the main object appear to be in focus. This zone is
referred to as the "depth of field". When the zone of acceptable focus is broad, the depth
of field is said to be "deep", and when the zone
Depth of field
Shallow
Deep
is narrow, the depth of field is said to be
Lens
Tele angle Wide angle
"shallow". If the depth of field is deep, the
video will appear to be in focus from front to
Exposure
Open
Narrow
back. If the depth of field is shallow, however,
Position of object Close
Far
only the main object will actually be in focus.
Alarm
Zoom
Zooms in for a 15-second period
Glossary
TK-C215V12U(A) has "12x lens", "alarm input interface", and "memory for 2 different lens position". Thanks to this
memory function, the camera lens unit can be set for 2 lens position and the zoom-up mechanism will move from
"regular position" to "another position" when alarm signal comes, for instance.
Trigger mode (switch off)
Alarm
Zoom up!
Index
State mode (switch on)
Remains in zoom-in status until movement stops
Object camera: TK-C215V12U(A) [P.7]
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Line-up Chart
10 Active/Variable gamma function (Easy wide-D)
12 Image stabilizer
Gamma value is highly related to the total appearance of dark areas on the
screen. Active gamma function provides automatic gamma adjustment
according to the darkness of the image because of the backlight condition.
Variable gamma function allows the users setup the gamma adjustment
manually.
Image
Stabilizer
Image stabilizer function helps reduce image blur in cases where the camera is
shook by the wind or vibrations coming from its surrounding. Stabilizer
function is realized by two processes as following;
Process 1 : The sensor detects the direction, speed and range of vibration of
Color Camera
the camera.
Process 2 : Cut out the appropriate area only from all pixels captured by CCD
device depend on the detected direction, speed and range of vibration. The
visible angle of view on the monitor is 1.3x magnified (digital zoom) image
during the stabilizer function is effective to keep the margin of compensating
and cutting out appropriate image.
Monitor
Camera shakes
this direction
Visible angle on monitor
Normal
Near area is dark and can
not be recognized against
the lights.
Active/Variable gamma
Network Camera
Gamma is compensated so that the dark area
can be recognized.
Object cameras of active gamma: VN-V685U [P.29], VN-V686BU [P.29] and
VN-V686WPBU [P.30]
Object cameras of variable gamma: VN-V25U [P.19], VN-V26U [P.19], VN-X35U [P.20],
VN-V225U [P.22] VN-V225VPU [P.22], VN-X235U [P.23], and VN-X235VPU [P.23]
Recorder
11 Display mode
Display
All pixels captured by CCD
Mode
Software
By changing the "Monitor Type" setting according to the monitor used to display
the video, the improved picture quality can be available. This setting is highly
related to the value of gamma and enhance parameters. For example in CRT
mode, dark areas are not reproduced with appropriate gray level and can be
seen slightly whitish on LCD monitors, or some noises are visually-enhanced
on black areas. Display mode can help reducing these kinds of problems
happened by the characters of displays used.
Visible angle is compensated
by cutting out to maintain
the visible angle originally.
Monitor type
(mode)
System
Information
CRT
This mode offers the picture quality setting
for CRT (cathode-ray tube) monitors.
LCD1/LCD2
This mode offers picture quality setting for LCD monitors,
gamma and enhance value is tuned specifically for LCD monitors.
LCD1 and LCD2 have different gamma values.
CUSTOM
Enables setting of picture quality according to the user's preference.
Object cameras: 17 models having the [Display mode] icon on the introduction pages have
this function.
Object cameras: VN-V685U [P.29], VN-V686BU [P.29] and VN-V686WPBU [P.30]
Technical
Information
13 Megapixel
Megapixel
Glossary
Index
The camera which has one million pixels or more image
resolution is called "Megapixel camera". The image
resolution provided by a megapixel camera is more
than 3 or 4 times higher compared to a high-resolution
analog camera or VGA size image of a network camera.
The higher resolution image provides more detailed
and precise image, that makes it possible to see or
record the numbers, characters and faces precisely.
Megapixel camera can shoot wider and larger area than
non-mega pixel, it means much less number of
megapixel cameras covers wide area.
Please be aware that higher resolution streams need much more bandwidth
and storage space. The Quad-VGA stream needs approximately four times
larger network bandwidth and storage space than VGA stream.
Magnify
partially
Non-megapixel
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Rough, difficult to read
Magnify
by non-megapixel
Shooting area by megapixel
Object cameras: VN-X35U [P.20], VN-X235U [P.23] and VN-V235VPU [P.23]
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All pixels captured by CCD
partially
Megapixel
Precise, identifiable
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Bi-directional
Audio
Bi-directional audio communication allows to listen to the sound or voice
around the camera spot, and speak to or emit an alarm sound for the person
near the camera at / from the monitoring room using the microphone and
speaker attached at both side. This kind of function helps to make more
advanced monitoring system with the capability of conversation and warning.
For assisting focusing to the finest point, the Variable-Focal lens now
incorporates a newly developed focus screw mechanism (Patent Pending).
Rough adjustment
by the normal focus ring
and lock screw.
Microphone
with amplifier
(VN-X35U, VN-V225U, VN-V-225VPU,
VN-X235U, VN-X235VPU)
Monitor
Built-in mic
(VN-V26U)
Headset
*(with management software
/e.g. VN-RS800U)
Network Camera
“Fine Adjust” mechanism
VR-N1600U, PC*
Network
Fine adjustment by rotating
the screw then it moves the
gear to adjust precisely the
focus ring easily.
Object cameras: TK-C2201U [P.6], TK-C2201WPU [P.6], VN-V225U [P.22],
VN-X235U [P.23] and VN-X235VPU [P.23]
VN-V225VPU [P.22], VN-X235U [P.23] and VN-X235VPU [P.23]
16 Various functions of PTZ dome camera
Auto trace
With the function switched on, the camera automatically flips over 180 degrees
when it reaches its tilting limit, making it possible for the camera to continue
displaying right-way-up images once it has gone through the vertical.
Auto trace fu lets the operator repeat a series of manual camera operations
performed over a period of 30 seconds. When Auto trace mode is activated, the
30 seconds sequence of manual operations is memorised and then automatically
repeated every 30 seconds.
Software
Auto flip
Recorder
Object cameras: VN-V26U [P.19], VN-X35U [P.20], VN-V225U [P.22], VN-V225VPU [P.22],
1
Color Camera
Speaker
with amplifier
15 Fine focus adjust [Patent Pending]
Line-up Chart
14 Bi-directional audio
2
Auto return
1
3
The camera lens automatically rotates 180˚ horizontally
when it reaches its tilting limit (90˚ vertically)
The camera can be set to return automatically to its original position or to restart
a specified operation (Auto pan or Auto patrol) at selected intervals.
AF for IR
Auto focus function activates when switching from color to black and white or
vice versa, ensuring clear pictures even during switching.
Digital flip inverts pictures on both vertical and horizontal axis once the tilt
reaches 135 degrees, after the camera has passed through the vertical axis.
Use the Auto pan screen to set the Auto pan function, which allows the camera to
be revolved slowly in a horizontal direction. Auto pan function has three modes,
the return mode for continual movement between two positions, the right mode
for clockwise rotation and the left mode for counterclockwise rotation.
This function allows the camera to automatically move to multiple positions based
on the preset position, sequence and time.
The camera can automatically track and shoot moving objects. Auto tracking
function detects the moving object based on the brightness changes on screen
when the camera is at the home position. Intelligent auto tracking function
detects the moving object based on the specific color and keeps the same size of
the object by zoom function. Both tracking function can be changed the
sensitivity level of detection. The camera returns automatically to its home
position after tracking if any movement can not be detected for a while depend on
the setting.
Index
Auto patrol
Auto tracking
Intelligent auto tracking
Glossary
Auto pan
The image view is divided into 48 separate sectors. In the setup menu the user
can designate the sectors where movement is to be auto-detected, so triggering
an alarm signal. The setup menu is smart and this serves to eliminate false
alarms, making the JVC's PTZ dome camera very reliable surveillance device.
Technical
Information
Motion detection
Digital flip
System
Information
3
Object cameras: VN-V685U [P.29], VN-V686BU [P.29] and VN-V686WPBU [P.30]
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Line-up Chart
17 Direct drive for PTZ mechanism
18 Vandal protection
Direct
Drive
The newly developed direct drive rotation platform rotates the camera by motor
mechanism instead of conventional belt drive mechanism. Smaller number of
parts used inside this direct drive extends the life of pan/tilt movement mechanism
than conventional method. The direct drive offers also the following advantages.
5 kg hammer
Vandal
Proof
Vandal
Resistant
After three times performance of hammer
dropping, the camera is checked its normal
working without any cracking.
“J” stands for “Joule” which is the energy exerted by a force of one
newton acting to move an object through a distance of one metre.
Color Camera
• Accurate positioning
5 kg hammer
Over 50J
±0.03˚ position accuracy
• Fast movement
1m
400˚ per a second at fastest
• Slow movement
Over 15J
0.04˚ per a second at slowest
0.3 m
• Silent pan/tilt movement
Monitor
Vandal proof
Pan motor (inside)
Tilt motor
Vandal resistant
Object cameras of vandal proof: TK-C2201WPU [P.6], TK-C215VP4U(A) [P.8],
VN-C215VP4U(A) [P.21], VN-V225VPU [P.22] and VN-X235VPU [P.23]
Network Camera
Object cameras of vandal resistant: TK-C2201U [P.6], VN-V225U [P.22] and
Object cameras: VN-V685U [P.29], VN-V686BU [P.29] and VN-V686WPBU [P.30]
19 Dust and water protection (IP code)
Recorder
IPProtection
International
VN-X235U [P.23]
Degrees of protection provided by electrical machinery and apparatus enclosures
Degrees of protection against water
Second
characteristic
numeral
Software
System
Information
Degree of protection (summary)
Degree of protection (definition)
0
No protection
—
1
Protected against vertically falling water drops
Vertically falling water drops shall have no harmful effects
2
Protected against vertically falling water drops
when the enclosure is tilted up to 15 degrees
Vertically falling water drops shall have no harmful effects when the enclosure is
tilted at any angle up to 15 degrees
3
Protected against spraying water
Water sprayed vertically toward either side of the enclosure at an angle of up to
60 degrees shall have no harmful effects
4
Protected against splashing water
Water splashed against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effects
5
Protected against water jets
Water projected from a nozzle in jets against the enclosure from any direction
shall have no harmful effects
6
Protected against powerful water jets
Water projected from a nozzle in powerful water jets against the enclosure from
any direction shall have no harmful effects
7
Protected against the effects of temporary
immersion in water
Temporary immersion of the enclosure in water under standardized conditions of
pressure and time shall have no harmful effects
8
Protected against the effects of continuous
immersion in water
Continuous immersion of the enclosure in water under conditions that shall be
agreed upon between the manufacturer and user but which are more severe than
those for numeral 7 shall have no harmful effects
Technical
Information
Degrees of protection against solid foreign objects
First
characteristic
numeral
Glossary
Index
Degree of protection (summary)
Degree of protection (definition)
0
No protection
—
1
Protected against solid foreign objects of
50 mm diameter and greater
The object probe, a sphere with a 50 mm diameter, shall not fully penetrate
2
Protected against solid foreign objects of
12.5 mm diameter and greater
The object probe, a sphere with a 12.5 mm diameter, shall not fully penetrate
3
Protected against solid foreign objects of
2.5 mm diameter and greater
The object probe, a sphere of 2.5 mm diameter, shall not penetrate at all
4
Protected against solid foreign objects of
1.0 mm diameter and greater
The object probe, a sphere of 1.0 mm diameter, shall not penetrate at all
5
Dust protected
Penetration of dust is not totally prevented, but dust shall not penetrate in a quantity
to interfere with satisfactory operation of the apparatus or to impair safety
6
Dust tight
No penetration of dust
* Information regarding close proximity with dangerous places has been omitted. * The full diameter of the solid probe shall not pass through the external opening.
Object cameras: TK-C2201WPU [P.6], TK-C215VP4U(A) [P.8], VN-C215VP4U(A) [P.21], VN-V225VPU [P.22], VN-X235VPU [P.23] and VN-V686WPBU [P.30]
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3 Way
Mount
3 ways flexibility of installation
TK-C215V4U(A)/V12U(A)
/VN-C215V4U(A)
Simple and flexible installation
VN-V225U/X235U
TK-C215V4U(A)/V12U(A)
/VN-C215V4U(A)
Surface
VN-V225U/X235U
Wall mount
Monitor
1. Remove the
camera’ s outer cover
and ceiling panel.
2. Once the camera has been inserted into
the hole drilled in the ceiling, push in the
screws and rotate them 90°clockwise in case
of TK-C215 and VN-C215 cameras, or move
the metal levers 90°clockwise in case of
VN-V225U and VN-X235U.
3. The springs attached to the
screws will stretch and the camera
can be firmly secured to the ceiling.
4. Mount the ceiling
panel to complete
installation.
Note: This must be carried out for all
three screws.
Network Camera
Fixed dome camera uses an
unprecedented flush mount
installation method with which
installation is as simple as
ninety-degree rotation of the
three L-shaped mounting
brackets stored in the dome
camera to secure it in place. No
extra brackets are required. With
this new method, installation can
be completed in nearly one-fifth
the time of our conventional
surveillance cameras. Moreover,
surface mounting is possible, too.
TK-C215V4U(A)/V12U(A)
/VN-C215V4U(A)
VN-V225U/X235U
Flush
Color Camera
No additional mounting hardware is required for flush
mounting on a ceiling. Wall mounting is even possible
thanks to the camera triple axis rotation system.
Furtherwere, use 6 inch electrical box, it’ s possible to
directly install on ceiling.
Line-up Chart
20 3 way mount
Object cameras: TK-C215V4U(A) [P.7], TK-C215V12U(A) [P.7], VN-C215V4U(A) [P.21], VN-V225U [P.22] and VN-X235U [P.23]
21 Easy installation
Recorder
With an all aluminum die-cast camera case and specific poly carbonate cover, vandal proof cameras can withstand various rough environments while having a tough
vandal proof structure. While it is tough on vandals and adverse environment conditions, this camera is user friendly. The following pictures illustrate the installation
process of vandal resistant cameras.
Software
7. Install and secure dome
1. Pull out the
camera unit by
loosening the screws.
*1
2. Mount the camera
base to the ceiling
using conduit. *2
3. Slide the camera
unit into the camera
base and gently push
until locks-in with a
click.
4. Using a screwdriver 5. Adjust the angle
secure the camera unit
to the base by
tightening the 2
screws.
and focus testing with
the dome cover.
6. After lens setup,
install silica gel bag
and fit the inner cover.
*1: These procedures showed by
photos for leaflet and actually
camera base and dome cover
connected by a fall prevention wire.
*2: After wiring, video connectors
should be inserted into camera unit.
System
Information
cover using supplied Allen
hex wrench.
Installation completed!
Object cameras: TK-C2201WPU [P.6], TK-C215VP4U [P.8], VN-C215VP4U(A) [P.30], VN-V225VPU [P.22] and VN-X235VPU [P.23]
Lock
Eg.: Direct mount installation
Glossary
Thanks to its "One-touch lock"
mechanism, installation is
extremely easy. Simply insert
the camera unit to the bracket,
and that's all, greatly reducing
time and cost for installation
and maintenance.
One-Touch
Technical
Information
22 One-touch lock installation
mount section onto it at 3 points.
2. Push the camera straight up
to the ceiling mount section. If
done correctly, you will hear a
click as it locks into place.
3. Installation completed!
4. Detachment
To remove, press the Lock buttons
located on both sides of the
camera to release the locks, then
pull the camera straight down.
Index
1. Screw the camera's ceiling
Object cameras: VN-V685U [P.29] and VN-V686BU [P.29]
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This shooting is an image that was taken with a
distance of 10 meters between object and camera.
1/4”
1/3”
Lens focal length
Simplified chart
Lens focal
Horizontal
length (mm) angle of video
Vertical
angle of video
(degree)
3.6
(degree)
Lens focal
Horizontal
length (mm) angle of video
2.8
Vertical
angle of video
(degree)
(degree)
1.8
90˚
74˚
2.8
81˚
66˚
2.6
69˚
55˚
4
62˚
48˚
Monitor
62˚
49˚
4.8
53˚
41˚
51˚
39˚
6
44˚
33˚
4
49˚
37˚
8
33˚
25˚
6
33˚
25˚
12
23˚
17˚
8
25˚
19˚
16
17˚
13˚
12
17˚
13˚
48
6˚
5˚
48
4.3˚
3.2˚
4
6
(m) 10
(m) 20
2.6
5
Software
0
mm
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
mm
8
m
m
m
2.8
4m
f=
6
4.
5
f=
6m
f=
4
3
2
m
8m
0
10 (m)
Distance between object and camera (L)
12
(m) 20
m
m
2m
f = 1 mm
6
f=1
f = 48 mm
1
f = 48 mm
1
7
f=
m
3m
f=
f=
m
m
m
3.8
4m
f=
f=
mm
f=6 m
f=8m
f = 12 mm
10
8
f=
m
m
Recorder
15
Width of object (W)
9
Width of object (W)
Network Camera
3
3.8
1.
8
Color Camera
Simplified chart
f=
Line-up Chart
23 Relationship between focal length and field of view
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 (m)
Distance between object and camera (L)
(m) 10
10
f
.8
=1
f=
Technical
Information
0
mm
mm 3 mm
f=
mm
3.8
2.6
f=
5
m
f=6m
f = 8 mm
f = 12 mm
f = 48 mm
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
m
8m
7
2.
60
8
f=
15
Height of object (H)
System
Information
Height of object (H)
9
6
5
4
3
2
m
m m
4 8m
f = = 4.
f
m
6m
f=
m
8m
=
f
mm
2
f=1
mm
f = 16
f = 48 mm
1
0
80
10 (m)
Distance between object and camera (L)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 (m)
Distance between object and camera (L)
• This shooting is an image that was taken with a distance of 10 meters between object and camera.
Glossary
Formula
W
H
Index
L
W= X ×L
f
Y
H=
×L
f
(H = 3 × W )
4
• Image range of monitor (width, height and angle) is 10 % less than that of actual data.
• Due to distortion that occurs with a wide-angle lens, actual angle of taken image will be wider than calculated value.
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Parameter chart
CCD size
1/2”
1/3”
1/4”
X
6.4
4.8
3.6
Y
4.8
3.6
2.7
W = Width of video (m)
H = Height of video (m)
f = Focal length of lens being used (mm)
L = Distance between object and camera (m)
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IP adress
File size
What is a private (local) IP address ?
JPEG recorded file size calculation for 1 camera
Private IP address is an IP address that can be used freely as a LAN network
address without being connected to the Internet.
JPEG data size per image (approximate data)
Example:
Local IP address range
Global IP address range
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
22
59
65
6
15
37
41
4
10
24
27
3
9
19
21
3
8
17
19
3
7
16
18
2
6
15
17
Monitor
Camera setting: Resolution 320 × 240, Compression rate 2, Frame rate 2 fps
Q: What is the file size for 1 day recording ?
A: 15(kB) × 2(fps) × 86,400(s) = 259,200(kB) = 2.59(GB)
Gateway
Internet
Switch
1
Example:
192.168.0.254
Gateway
192.168.0.2
160 × 120
320 × 240
340 × 480
640 × 480 (fine mode)
Q: How many days is the recording possible with 40 GB HDD ?
A: 40(GB) ÷ 2.59(GB) = 15.444 = 15(days)
192.168.0.3
192.168.0.4
Bit rate of JPEG stream
JPEG traffic = Data size per image × Frame rate × 8 (bit/byte)
For example, when 10 fps is requested by two clients, and in addition, multicast is
transmitted at a rate of 10 fps, the total frame rate will be:
10 + 10 + 10 = 30 fps
If the JPEG file size per frame is 30 KB, then the total bit rate will be:
30 KB × 30 fps = 900 KB/s = Approx. 7.2 Mbps
Bit rate of MPEG-4 stream
Since unicast involves one-to-one transmission between two terminals (e.g.
between a camera and a monitoring PC), it is necessary for the bandwidths to be
equivalent to the number of terminals when identical information is to be acquired
by several terminals.
PC
Image data transmission
Multicast transmission
Since multicast is used to transmit a single packet to multiple terminals, the data
transmission volume decreases regardless of the number of terminals. Multicast
requires a compatible network device.
Switch
Image data transmission
PoE supplies the electric power to the network camera by using LAN cable (Cat 5).
Easy installation like JVC analog cameras is available with single cable. It doesn't
require data cable and AC power cable separately.
PoE compliant network switch or power injector is required for PoE installation.
LAN cable (Cat 5)
Dual stream (MPEG-4 & JPEG)
As example, simultaneously able to use both monitoring by smooth MPEG-4
picture and recording by high quality JPEG.
PC
Camera
VGA
MPEG-4
640 × 480 max.30 fps
VGA
Network 640 × 480 max.30 fps
Monitoring by MPEG-4
Recording by JPEG
Recorder
PC
API (Technical information for software developers)
JVC IP cameras have two inputs and two outputs alarm terminals. Either a less
voltage a-contact or c-contact output-type alarm input sensor should be employed.
Since alarm output is NPN open collector output, NPN open collector output must
be converted to less-voltage a-contact output when using a general sequencer. In
addition, it is important to note that the GND must be connected to a control device.
In the event that the control device has no GND, the JVC IP camera's GND should be
connected to the COM terminal. When distributing an alarm to several
multi-viewers or recorders with a single camera, it is possible to make actions
depend on the function of devices.
API (Application program interface): UDP, HTTP data and other communicative
specifications that include the structures of control data, JPEG/MPEG data and
some examples of sequence until image data is acquired. API is available for
integrating JVC IP products into customers own application software or system.
In order to receive these JVC technical information, please contact local JVC sales
office.
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Alarms
Glossary
JPEG
PoE switch
Dual
Stream
Technical
Information
PoE
*IEEE 802.3af compliant switch
Up to 2 audio data streams can be sent by VN-V26U and only 1 audio data stream
can be received. Data volume for 1 audio stream is 64 kbps.
Audio data volume = 64 kbps × Number of streams
The number of streams is the total number of streams sent via TCP (number of
clients), streams sent via multicast, and stream received by VN-V26U.
For example, when VN-V26U sends out 2 audio streams and receives 1 audio
stream, data volume will be as follows.
64 kbps × 3 streams = 192 kbps
PC
PoE (Power over Ethernet)
Bit rate of audio (In case of VN-V26U, VN-X35U, VN-V225U/VPU and VN-X235U/VPU)
System
Information
* Remote surveillance via the Internet cannot be carried out with a multicast system.
* Multicast systems require an optimum network design.
Software
Switch
You can select either the Variable Bit Rate (VBR) or Constant Bit Rate (CBR)
system for MPEG-4 stream. When the VBR system is selected, the bit rate varies
according to the condition of the input video signals. The VBR system delivers a
stable picture quality, but forecast of the bit rate is difficult. When the CBR system
is selected, encoding is performed at a fixed bit rate regardless of the condition of
the input video signals. The picture quality varies under the CBR system, but the
bit rate can be easily forecast. You can specify an estimated bit rate for both VBR
and CBR. (64 kbps – 8,000 kbps)
Recorder
Unicast and Multicast
Unicast transmission
Network Camera
Simultaneous access by multiple users
The frame rate (or bit rate), which refers to the number of images that can be
transmitted by JVC IP products within a second, is decided according to the
specifications of JVC IP products. Within the range of specification approximately
10 users can simultaneously access JVC IP products. However, when a large
number of users simultaneously access JVC IP products, there may be a decline in
the frame rate or image quality.
Request for image
Color Camera
Global IP address is an IP address that is assigned to a device connected to the
Internet. This address is indispensable for carrying out transmissions via the
Internet. "192.168.0.2" is the IP address set in the initial settings for JVC IP products.
192.168.0.1
Compression rate (kB)
Resolution
What is a global IP address ?
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Automatic gain control (AGC)
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Color Camera
Using a circuit built into the camera, gain control makes it possible to automatically
maintain a constant output signal level even if there are changes in brightness. This
makes it possible to obtain a picture with the same level of brightness regardless of
whether it is taken in a dark or bright place. (Noise may slightly stand out.) When a
strong signal exceeding the set level is input, signal saturation is prevented by
controlling gain. In the event that a weak signal is input, the signal is raised to
correspond with the set level and this fixed level is maintained.
This protocol is employed to automatically allocate IP addresses to clients when they
turn on their PCs and then retrieve these addresses from them when they switch off
their computers. On the server side, it is only necessary to collectively prepare several
DHCP-client-use IP addresses. It is also possible to simultaneously provide clients
with information such as gateway addresses, domain names and subnet masks.
Domain name system (DNS)
This refers to the instruction and function sets that can be utilized when developing
software as well as the established rule set for the program procedures that are
necessary for employing these instruction and function sets.
This system is used to replace IP addresses, which are expressed on the Internet with
numerals (e.g. 255.254.253.0), with domain names that are easy to remember. On the
internet, there are servers referred to as DNS servers that have IP address and domain
name tables. By connecting to DNS servers, users can access the server that
possesses the IP address via the domain name.
Automatic electronic shutter (AES)
Digital signal processor (DSP)
This is a function that automatically controls the device output level according to the
incident light amount by utilizing the electronic shutter function of a solid-state image
device.
This processor converts the input analog signal to a digital signal and then performs a
variety of signal processing tasks. Thus, unlike analog processing, it is possible to
produce stable and clear images without signal degradation within the circuit.
Auto negotiation
Dynamic range
Auto negotiation is regulated by IEEE 802.3u. This function can be used to determine
the appropriate transmission system for the corresponding device (Hub etc.) as well as
select the optimum (highest possible speed) transmission method prior to
transmission. When the corresponding device supports two or more of the
transmission systems as well as the auto negotiation function, the high-priority items
(fast transmission speed etc.) are given precedence. In the event that the
corresponding device does not support the auto negotiation function, the transmission
speed is automatically selected, but the automatic selection of full-duplex/half-duplex
is not performed and half-duplex is always chosen.
This refers to the range within which the reproduction of images can be performed
without adversely affecting gradation. The amount of light necessary for the
luminance signal to reach the white peak at 100 IRE (100 % video level) is defined as 1,
and this is the ratio of the amount of light with which it is possible to perform the
reproduction of images without clipping even when more light comes in than the
amount stated above. In general, this is expressed in dB, % and times.
Application program interface (API)
Monitor
Network Camera
E
Recorder
Software
When using CCD or film, pictures often come out reddish or greenish (orangish or
bluish) in color when taken under incandescent or fluorescent light. AWB makes it
possible to adjust white color balance under a wide variety of light sources. Automatic
tracking (tracing) white balance (ATW), automatic white balance (AWB), automatic
white balance control (AWC), manual mode and other features are available.
Electronic zoom
Backlight compensation (BLC)
This is the LAN standard devised by Xerox Corporation, DEC. Corporation (currently a
branch of Compaq Computer Corporation) and Intel Corporation, and has been
standardized by the IEEE 802.3. CSMA/CD has been adopted for data transmission
over networks.
This is a function that employs the scanning variable of an image device or image
memory rather than an optic lens to electronically enlarge or shrink the image on the
screen.
Ethernet
With backlight scene, the auto iris function responds to the bright portion of the
screen, thus causing the iris to narrow and resulting in the "darkening of the subject"
phenomenon. Backlight compensation is a function that can be utilized to correct this
phenomenon.
F
C
Category 5 (Cat 5)
System
Information
This refers to the quality assurance of connection parts such as unshielded twisted
pair (UTP) cables and connectors. With LAN, category 3 is primarily utilized. For 100
BASE-TX, category 5 and above are used, and category 5e and above are required for
1,000 BASE-T.
Firewall
This is a software system that is used to prevent unauthorized entry into an
organization's computer network from the outside. It also refers to computers with
built-in firewall systems.
Frame rate
Technical
Information
A charge coupled device is a semiconductor device that converts images to electrical
signals.
This rate is established by JVC IP Products and refers to the number of frames
transmitted per second for JPEG and MPEG-4 images. The maximum frame rate is
fixed for each image size depending on the specifications of the respective JVC IP
Products models.
Closed circuit television (CCTV)
File transfer protocol (FTP)
Refers to a system of cameras and video accessory devices over a internal cabling
path. Differs from broadcast video.
This is one of the communications protocols used when exchanging files over the
Internet. FTP is employed as the standard Internet file transfer method. Selecting FTP
can often save time when downloading.
Charge coupled device (CCD)
Compact flash (CF)
Glossary
This is the standard for memory cards advocated by San Disk Corporation, and is
utilized as a storage device for digital cameras etc. Compact flash combines flash
memory that does not go off even when the power is turned off and an I/O controller
circuit on just one card.
FTP client function
Common intermediate format (CIF)
This is a transmission method by which it is possible to send and receive data
simultaneously.
This is the universal video signal format regulated by ITU-T H.261. CIF supports
moving images with a data rate of up to 30 frames per second and a resolution of
352 × 288 pixels.
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Electronic sensitivity up
This is a function used to increase sensitivity by lengthening image device storage time
beyond the norm or adding image signals to image memory via frames or field units.
Auto white balance (AWB)
B
Dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP)
CSMA/CD
This is an access control method utilized for ethernet transmissions. When collisions
occur due to multiple terminals attempting to simultaneously make transmissions, the
transmissions are stopped and then resumed after an appropriate amount of time has
passed.
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This function makes it possible to periodically upload images from the camera (JPEG
still images only) to any FTP server.
Full duplex
F number
This is a number that represents lens brightness; the smaller number, the brighter lens.
The relationship between brightness (F number), focal length (fl) and effective
diameter (D) is described by the following equation: F = fl/D.
Glossary
H
Genlock
Line lock
This is a type of external sync system with a function that synchronizes external sync
signals with frequency and phase. There are three types of genlock input signals:
composite sync signals (composite SYNC), composite video signals (VBS or VS) and
black burst signals (BBS).
This is a function that synchronizes the camera's vertical synchronizing signal with the
frequency of the commercial power supply. The function can be used to reduce hum
noise induction to the video signal and illumination flicker. If the image output of
several cameras is switched, vertical synchronization disturbance, which occurs on
the screen, can be prevented.
H.264
M
This refers to the unique address allotted to all devices connected to LAN, and is
represented as a 16 base, 12 digit, 48-bit (6 byte) address. The high 3 bytes are
assigned by the device's vendor ID and the low 3 bytes are assigned by a unique
number from the vendor.
Half duplex
Minimum illumination
This is a transmission method by which data cannot be sent and received
simultaneously, but rather can only be transmitted in one direction at a time.
This is a protocol used by World wide web (www) servers and web browsers for
sending and receiving information such as files.
The institute of electrical and electronics engineers 1394
(IEEE 1394)
Motion detection
This is a function that alerts you with an alarm when there is motion in the image.
Motion JPEG
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP)
IPv6
Moving picture coding experts group/
Moving picture experts group (MPEG)
There are numerous standards such as MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 for technologies
utilized to compress digital moving images. MPEG-1 takes into account
storage/playback on storage media such as CD-ROM and has playback quality
equivalent to that of VTR. MPEG-2 takes into consideration usage with broadcast
media and has playback quality equivalent to that of HDTV. MPEG-4 is aimed at the
distribution of low-quality images at a high compression rate through the use of a
slow-speed network.
Iris
The iris controls the amount of light taken in by the lens when changes in illumination
occur. A manual iris lens is used when luminance is fixed, and an auto iris lens is used
in cases when luminance changes according to the time of day.
MPEG-4
This is a small program that is distributed from a WWW server to a web browser
(client) and then executed by the Web browser. It is used for the purpose of adding
movement to the screen.
Multicast
Joint photographic coding experts group (JPEG)
This refers to the connection of multiple computers or peripherals over a network
within a confined area such as the same building, site or organization.
Correspondingly, a computer network that goes beyond buildings or sites to connect
LAN between remote locations is referred to as a wide area network (WAN).
Cameras have different types of lens sockets including C mount, CS mount and
bayonet mount. C and CS mounts are screw-type mounts; C mounts have a flange
focal length of 17.526 mm and CS mounts have a flange focal length of 12.5 mm.
Bayonet mounts are often employed in three-chip cameras and this type of mount
conforms to the standard for studio-use cameras.
NAS
Network Attached Storage (NAS) is a hard disk storage system which is designed to be
attached to a computer network. NAS allows more hard disk storage space to be
added to a network that already utilizes servers without shutting them down for
maintenance and upgrades.
Network address port translation (NAPT)
Network address port translation is the official name for IP masquerade. This
technology is used to effectively utilize scarce IP address resources by converting IP
addresses and TCP/IP port numbers between two networks (WAN/LAN).
Network address translation (NAT)
This technology makes it possible to mutually convert private and global IP addresses
as well as transparently access these addresses. NAT functions are incorporated in a
router.
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Lens mount
N
Glossary
Local area network (LAN)
This is a method that makes it possible to simultaneously transmit the same data to
several specified computers.
Technical
Information
L
System
Information
One of the latest audio and video compression method standarded by MPEG group.
This format is designed specially for low-bandwidth, less than 1.5Mbps video/audio
encoding purposes. MPEG-4 itself is not just one unified encoding mechanism, but
rather a group name for several styles of video and audio encoding methods, referred
as “profiles” or “layers” .
Java applet
This is a standard established by ITU-TS (International Telecommunication Union:
formerly known as CCITT) and ISO (International Organization for Standardization)
that decides the compression and expansion of color still images. This technology
makes it possible to compress still images from a scale of 1/10 to 1/100. Although one
of the disadvantages of this is that both compression and distribution are time
consuming, compressibility can be modified; this means that by altering the degree of
deterioration in image quality during compression it becomes possible to choose from
among image quality, file size and processing time.
Software
IPv6 stands for Internet Protocol version 6. It is the second version of the Internet
Protocol to be used generally across the virtual world. The first version was IPv4 and
the main upgrades in IPv6 is in the number of addresses available for networked
devices. This is mainly due to the number of bits in each protocol. IPv4 addresses
have 32 bits in them and so allow a maximum of four billion addresses. IPv6
addresses have 128 bits. However, IPv4 is still the protocol of choice for most of the
Internet currently.
J
Recorder
This is a technology that makes it possible to decompress still JPEG images at a high
speed as well as make them appear as if they are moving by showing them in
succession. This can also refer to the moving image data or the codec that performs
compression/decompression. Unlike MPEG data, which only records differential
information between the frames of a moving image, Motion JPEG makes it possible to
edit any portion of a moving image because each frame is saved as a still image.
This is a protocol provides a way for an Internet computer to report its multicast group
membership to adjacent routers. Multicasting allows one computer on the Internet to
send content to multiple other computers that have identified themselves as interested
in receiving the originating computer's content.
Network Camera
This is a next-generation, high-speed SCSI standard used to connect computers with
peripherals and other devices. Both daisy-chain connections of up to 63 devices and
tree connections are made possible by this protocol. The transfer speeds of 100 Mbps,
200 Mbps and 400 Mbps have been standardized.
Monitor
The minimum level of object illumination required for security cameras is referred to as
"minimum illumination". The lower this value is, the higher the sensitivity of the
camera. This value also serves as an indication of how dark of a place shooting can be
carried out in. It should be duly noted that minimum illumination changes depending
on both the F number of the lens being used and the reflectance of the object. If a
security camera is used at a level close to the minimum illumination, the image may
become blurred. Since this is undesirable, we recommend that sufficient illumination
be used.
Hyper text transfer protocol (HTTP)
I
Media access control (MAC) address
Color Camera
One of the latest video compression scheme in the MPEG-4 format. H.264 is
sometimes referred to as “MPEG-4 Part 10” or as “AVC” . It is becoming the digital
video standard for consumer electronics and personal computers thanks to the better
compression efficiency than precious compression schemes.
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Network time protocol (NTP)
NTP is a time information protocol that is used as a standard on the Internet. SNTP is
a simplified version of NTP.
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OLE control extension (OCX)
Router
OCX is a software component based on OLE2.0. Although the correct term is OLE
control, the filename extension is "OCX", and therefore it is primarily referred to as OLE
control extension. It is also called Active X.
An electronic device that connects a local area network (LAN) to a wide area network
(WAN) and handles the task of routing messages between the two networks.
S
OSI reference model
Color Camera
In analog and digital communications, signal-to-noise ratio, often written S/N or SNR,
is a measure of signal strength relative to background noise. The ratio is usually
measured in decibels (dB). The higher the ratio, the less obtrusive the background
noise is.
This model shows the protocol guidelines and its functions are separated into a total of
seven layers. The upper layer of the model, which is closest to human interface,
consists of three layers: the application layer, the presentation layer and the session
layer. The lower layer, which is used for transmission purposes, consists of four
layers: the transport layer, the network layer, the data link layer and the physical layer.
P
Smear
Monitor
PCMCIA stands for personal computer memory card international association and
regulates cards and slots related to PC cards.
This is a phenomenon in which vertical streaks appear above and below brightly lit spot
lights or objects in images with especially high luminance. When an excessive amount
of light enters a solid-state image device, an unnecessary electric charge occurs in the
vertical transfer section, thereby causing this phenomenon.
Port address translation
Simple network management protocol (SNMP)
This technology is used to convert IP addresses and TCP/UDP port numbers between
two networks (WAN/LAN) and effectively utilize scarce IP address resources. This is
also referred to as IP masquerade or NAPT.
This is a protocol used to form a network management system on a TCP/IP network.
There is a manager and an agent; the manager inquires about network management
information and the agent responds to these inquiries. The manager function is
performed by an exclusive SNMP manager software program and the agent function is
carried out by telecommunications equipment such as a router or Switching-Hub.
Personal computer memory card international association (PCMCIA)
Port number
Network Camera
This is the upper layer process of an IP that accepts information from the lower layer.
TCP and UDP network protocols are identifiers used to differentiate between
programs.
Subnetmask
Recorder
This term refers to the rules of transmission. Protocol provides a definition of the
procedures that should be followed when sending and receiving data.
A filter used to determine what subnet an IP address belongs to. An IP address has
two components, the network address and the host address. For example, consider
the IP address 150.215.017.009. Assuming this is part of a Class B network, the first
two numbers (150.215) represent the Class B network address, and the second two
numbers (017.009) identify a particular host on this network.
Quarter common intermediate format (QCIF)
Switch
With QCIF, the resolution of CIF is reduced in similar proportion by half and the
resolution becomes 176 ×144 pixels. The number of pixels is one-fourth that of CIF
and this format supports moving images at a data rate of up to 30 frames per second.
A small hardware device that joins multiple computers together within one local area
network (LAN).
Protocol
Q
T
Quality level
Software
System
Information
Technical
Information
Glossary
This is a standard Internet protocol that is comprised of a protocol that specifies a
communications software program (application) and then establishes a data
transmission channel (TCP), and a protocol related to communication pathways (IP).
U
User datagram protocol (UDP)
This is utilized as an OSI reference model transport layer protocol. Although UDP has
low reliability due to the fact that it has no retransmission control mechanism, it has a
high transmission speed.
Resolution
Uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
Resolution is the scale used to express the degree to which a screen is clear or blurred.
Both horizontal resolution and vertical resolution are indicated using actual numbers
and are also employed as scales for representing camera performance. In fact,
horizontal resolution is generally utilized to compare performance. It can be said that
the higher number, the better performance of camera. Ordinarily, a televised TV
broadcast with fairly good horizontal resolution has a resolution of around 330 TV
lines.
This is a device that can be used to supply power for a fixed period of time in the event
of an unexpected power outage so that PCs can be shut down safely.
V
Real-time transport protocol (RTP)
W
This is a transmission protocol used for streaming playback of sound or images. In
UDP-type protocols, for which packet-loss countermeasures, transmission time
guarantees, etc. are not implemented, effective bandwidth and delay time are usually
sent to the server via RTCP. The server adjusts the quality of the data to be sent via
RTP according to the transmission status information it has received and then sends
the data.
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Transmission control protocol/Internet protocol (TCP/IP)
Redundant array of independent disks (RAID)
This is referred to as a RAID disk array and is a means by which multiple hard disks can
be combined to be utilized like a single disk and reliability and processing speed can be
increased. Although there are seven different types of RAID ranging from RAID 0 to
RAID 6, only RAID 0, 1, 5 and combinations of these types are actually used.
Transmission control protocol (TCP)
This is an OSI reference model transport layer protocol that is utilized as a standard on
the Internet. Although TCP is highly reliable due to the fact that it has a retransmission
control mechanism, it has a low transmission speed.
This is used for JVC IP Products' JPEG images to determine to what extent the original
image should be compressed. There are settings for either seven levels or three levels
(high, medium and low). Quality level is closely related to image quality and the lower
the degree of compression, the higher the image quality; however, this also causes the
volume of data in the image file to increase. The default setting is either "2" or
"Medium".
R
S/N ratio
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Voice over IP (VoIP)
This technology makes it possible to place telephone calls over an IP network.
Although the internet can be used as a phone line, the call quality of internet phone is
generally not very high because transmission speed and delay cannot be guaranteed.
Wide dynamic range function
WDR Refer to P.42
This refers to a function through which various processes are performed, thereby
making it possible to capture clear images even when there is extreme backlighting.
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Specification
17” /19” LCD Monitor
P.14
P.16
TK-C1530U
1/2” ExDR Day/Night Camera
P. 4
P.11
TK-C215V12U(A)
1/4” Fixed Dome Camera
P. 7
P.13
TK-C215V4U(A)
1/4” Fixed Dome Camera
P. 7
P.13
TK-C215VP4U
1/4” Fixed Dome Camera (Vandal Proof)
P. 8
P.13
TK-C2201U
1/3” Fixed Dome Camera (Vandal Resistant)
P. 6
P.12
TK-C2201WPU
1/3” Fixed Dome Camera (Vandal Proof)
P. 6
P.12
TK-C750U(A)
1/3” STD Resolution Camera
P. 3
P.10
TK-C9200U
1/3” High Resolution Camera
P. 2
P. 9
TK-C920BU
1/3” High Resolution Camera
P. 3
P.10
TK-C925U
1/3” Day/Night Camera
P. 4
P.11
TK-C9300U
1/3” High Resolution Camera
P. 2
P. 9
TK-WD310U(B)
1/3” WDR Camera
P. 5
P.11
TM-21A2
20” v Flat CRT Monitor
P.15
P.17
TM-A101G
9” v CRT Monitor
P.16
P.17
TM-A130SU
13” v CRT Monitor
P.15
P.17
TM-A13SU
13” v CRT Monitor
P.16
P.17
TM-H150CG
14” v CRT Monitor
P.15
P.17
VN-C215V4U(A)
1/4” Fixed Network Dome Camera
P. 21
P. 26
VN-C215VP4U(A)
1/4” Fixed Network Dome Camera (Vandal Proof)
P. 21
P. 26
VN-RS800U
Video Management Software (Light Edition)
for Network Cameras/Encoder
P. 36
P. 36
VN-V225U
1/4” Fixed Network Dome Camera (Vandal Resistant)
P. 22
P. 27
VN-V225VPU
1/4” Fixed Network Dome Camera (Vandal Proof)
P. 22
P. 27
VN-V25U
1/4” Network Camera
P.19
P. 24
VN-V26U
1/4” Network Camera
P.19
P. 24
VN-V685U
27x PTZ Network Dome Camera
P. 29
P. 31
VN-V686BU
36x PTZ Network Dome Camera
P. 29
P. 31
VN-V686WPBU
36x Outdoor PTZ Network Dome Camera
P. 30
P. 32
VN-X235U
1/3” Fixed Megapixel Network Dome Camera (Vandal Resistant)
P. 23
P. 28
VN-X235VPU
1/3” Fixed Megapixel Network Dome Camera (Vandal Proof)
P. 23
P. 28
VN-X35U
1/3” Megapixel Network Camera
P. 20
P. 25
VR-D0U
HDD External Unit (option)
P. 34
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VR-N1600U
Network Video Recorder
P. 33 – P. 34
P. 35
VR-N900U
Network Video Recorder (Hybrid Network and Analog Cameras)
P. 33 – P. 34
P. 35
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Glossary
P.16
Technical
Information
P.14
System
Information
42” /47” /52” LCD Monitor
Software
GM-F420S/GM-F470S/GM-F520S
Recorder
P.16
Network Camera
P.14
Monitor
42” LCD Monitor
Color Camera
GD-42X1
Line-up Chart
Products
53
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