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INSTRUCTION MANUAL (Pattern sheet attached)
VDC-DP9584S
VDC-DP9585P
VCC-P9574S
VCC-P9575P
Color CCD Camera
VDC-DP9584S/VDC-DP9585P
VCC-P9574S/VCC-P9575P
Please read this manual before installing and using this
camera, and always follow the instructions in it for proper
use. Be sure to keep it handy for later reference.
• Refer to the supplied CD-ROM for the French, Spanish, German and Chinese
“INSTRUCTION MANUAL”.
To view the INSTRUCTION MANUAL contained in the supplied CD-ROM, you
need Adobe® Reader® application. If your PC has not been installed with it, you
can download it for installation from the following web site at Adobe Systems
Incorporated.
http://www.adobe.com
• Consultez le CD-ROM fourni pour le « MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS » en
français, espagnol, allemand et en chinois.
Pour visualiser le MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS contenu dans le CD-ROM
fourni, l’application Adobe® Reader® vous est nécessaire. Si votre ordinateur a
été installé sans cette application, vous pouvez la télécharger depuis le site
Web suivant d’Adobe Systems Incorporated.
http://www.adobe.com
• Hacer referencia al CD-ROM que se suministra para consultar el “MANUAL DE
INSTRUCCIONES” en francés, español, alemán y chino.
Para ver el MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES contenido en el CD-ROM
suministrado, es necesario disponer de la aplicación Adobe® Reader®. Si el PC
no tiene instalada esta aplicación, es posible descargarla para la instalación en
el siguiente sitio web en Adobe Systems Incorporated.
http://www.adobe.com
• Die “BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG” in den Sprachen Französich, Spanisch,
Deutsch und Chinesisch finden Sie auf der mitgelieferten CD-ROM.
Zum Öffnen der BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG auf der mitgelieferten CD-ROM
benötigen Sie das Programm Adobe® Reader®. Falls diese Anwendung nicht
auf Ihrem PC installiert ist, können Sie das Programm unter der nachstehend
angegebenen Internet-Adresse bei Adobe Systems Incorporated zur
Installation herunterladen:
http://www.adobe.com
• 请参阅随附的光盘以了解法语、西班牙语、德语和中文 “说明手册”。
要查看随附光盘中包含的说明手册,您需要安装有 Adobe® Reader® 应用程序。
如果您的 PC 上没有安装此应用程序,则您可以从 Adobe Systems Incorporated 的
以下网站下载并进行安装。
http://www.adobe.com
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Contents
☞The contents in angle brackets < > are the menu screen title.
Getting Started
Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA> . . . . . . 14
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3
Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
WEEE Symbol Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Useful Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
4
5
Setting Up and Making Adjustments
Using a Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6
Accessing the Main Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7
Selecting Display Language <LANGUAGE>. . . . . .
9
Naming Cameras <OPTION> – <TITLE> . . . . . . . . . 10
Setting/Cancelling Password Lock
<PASSWORD> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
1
Adjusting Synchronization Error <SYNC> . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Backlight Compensation <BLC>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting Iris Level <IRIS> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting White Balance <WHITE BALANCE> . . . . . . . . . . .
AOne-Push Adjustment (AWC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BManual White Balance (MWB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Gain Value <AGC GAIN> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Correcting Gamma Characteristic <GAMMA> . . . . . . . . . .
Specifying Shutter Speed <SHUTTER> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accentuating Subject Outline <APERTURE>. . . . . . . . . . .
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
(VDC-DP9584S/VDC-DP9585P)
Adjusting DAY/NIGHT Function <DAY/NIGHT>. . . . . . . . . 25
AAdjusting Automatic Setting (AUTO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
BAdjusting Black-and-White Setting (B/W) . . . . . . . . . . 27
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Contents
Registering Monitoring Positions
<PRESET POSITION> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Hiding Image Partially
<OPTION> – <PRIVACY MASK> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Automatic Monitoring <AUTO MODE> . . . . . . . . 30
Configuring the Communication Settings
<OPTION> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Sequential Panning along the Registered Preset Positions
<SEQUENTIAL PAN> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Automatic Intermittent Panning <AUTO PAN> . . . . . . . . . 32
Returning to Specified Monitoring Mode
Automatically <AUTO RETURN> . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Setting Alarm <ALARM>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Specifying Alarm Input <ALARM IN> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifying Alarm Output <ALARM OUT> . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Motion Sensor <MOTION> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Zooming Up at Alarm Detection <ZOOM>. . . . . . .
Setting Alarm Duration <DURATION> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Alarm Detection Notification <ALARM SIGN> . . . .
36
37
38
40
40
41
Setting Protocol for Camera Controller <CONTROL> . . . . 45
Setting Camera Address <ADDRESS> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Setting Alarm Output to Communication Line
<ALARM LINE OUT> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Replacement timing of major parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Pattern sheet
(VDC-DP9584S/VDC-DP9585P) .
(VCC-P9574S/VCC-P9575P)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Screen Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
MEMO:
This instruction manual covers four models. Any difference among the four models is indicated when necessary.
Differences in the menu screen among the four models are as indicated below.
VDC-DP9584S
VCC-P9574S
Menu language
English/French/Spanish
Shutter speed
1/60, 1/100, 1/250, ...
Day/Night function
m
–
IP66
m
–
• This manual describes the menu screen for the VDC-DP9584S.
VDC-DP9585P
VCC-P9575P
English/French/German
1/50, 1/120, 1/250, ...
m
–
m
–
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Precautions
Getting Started
■ In case of a problem
■ Protect from high temperatures
Do not use the unit if smoke or a strange odor comes from the unit, or if it
seems not to function correctly. Turn off the power immediately and
disconnect the power cord, and then consult your dealer or an Authorized
Sanyo Service Center.
Do not install close to stoves, or other heat sources, such as spotlights,
etc., or where it could be subject to direct sunlight, as this could cause
deformation, discoloration or other damage.
Be careful when installing close to the ceiling, in a kitchen or boiler room,
as the temperature may rise to high levels.
■ Do not open or modify
Do not open the cabinet, as it may be dangerous and cause damage to
the unit. For repairs, consult your dealer or an Authorized Sanyo Service
Center.
■ Do not put objects inside the unit
Make sure that no metal objects or flammable substance get inside the
unit. If used with a foreign object inside, it could cause a fire, a short-circuit
or damage. Be careful to protect the unit from rain, sea water, etc. If water
or liquid gets inside the unit, turn off the power immediately and disconnect
the power cord, and then consult your dealer or an Authorized Sanyo
Service Center.
■ Be careful when handling the unit
To prevent damage, do not drop the unit or subject it to strong shock or
vibration.
■ Do not install this unit close to magnetic fields
The magnetic fields may result in unstable operation.
■ Protect from humidity and dust
To prevent damage, do not install the unit where there is greasy smoke or
steam, where the humidity may get too high, or where there is a lot of dust.
3
■ Cleaning
• Dirt can be removed from the cabinet by wiping it with a soft cloth. To
remove stains, wipe with a soft cloth moistened with a soft detergent
solution and wrung dry, then dry by wiping with a soft cloth.
• Do not use benzine, thinner or other chemical products on the cabinet,
as this may cause deformation and paint peeling. Before using a
chemical cloth, make sure to read all accompanying instructions. Make
sure that no plastic or rubber material comes into contact with the
cabinet for a long period of time, as this may cause damage or paint
peeling.
(VDC-DP9584S/VDC-DP9585P)
■ Approvals: IP66
This unit has been certified to IP66 standards when properly installed.
Ensure all openings in enclosure are sealed as per manufacturer's
instructions.
The IP66 has not been verified by UL.
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Information
• Equipped with motorized zoom pan focus auto iris lens. Thanks to its
large depth of field, focused images can be obtained in a wider range
of scene without intentional focusing.
• Equipped with motorized pan/tilt.
• Can be installed on both the ceiling and walls.
• Configurable preset position (maximum16 positions), sequential pan,
and auto pan.
• Equipped with a motion sensor that detects movement in the monitor
screen and issues an alarm.
• Detects intruders using an external switch or a motion sensor,
automatically zooms in on the images, and notifies using alarm
output.
• If a hard disk recorder is connected, alarm-triggered images can be
recorded according to the alarm output.
• If a hard disk recorder or controller is connected, monitoring and/or
camera adjustment operation can be performed remotely.
• Partial masking can be applied for any part of an image you want to
hide.
• Configurable preference settings with view on screen.
• Access to the main menu is controlled by setting a password.
WEEE Symbol Information
Please note:
Your SANYO product is designed and manufactured with
high quality materials and components which can be
recycled and reused.
This symbol means that electrical and electronic
equipment, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of
separately from your household waste.
Please dispose of this equipment at your local
community waste collection/recycling centre.
In the European Union there are separate collection
systems for used electrical and electronic products.
Please help us to conserve the environment we live in!
Getting Started
Characteristics
This symbol mark and recycle system are
applied only to EU countries and not applied to
the countries in the other area of the world.
(VDC-DP9584S/VDC-DP9585P)
• Equipped with function for automatically switching between COLOR
and Black-and-White (DAY/NIGHT).
• Complies with the IP66 international standard for dust and water
protection. (The IP66 has not been verified by UL.)
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Information
Useful Operations
■ Registering multiple preset positions:
R PRESET POSITION (see page 28)
Getting Started
■ Making the camera move successively along the
registered preset positions:
R AUTO MODE → SEQUENTIAL PAN (see page 31)
■ Performing automatic panning:
R AUTO MODE → AUTO PAN (see page 32)
■ Setting the camera to return to the specified monitoring
mode following manual operation on the angle of view:
R AUTO RETURN (see page 34)
■ Connecting to an external door switch or infrared
sensor:
R ALARM (see page 35)
■ Making the unit issue a warning upon detecting
suspicious figures, etc.:
R ALARM → MOTION (see page 38)
5
■ Making the unit record the image at alarm detection:
R OPTION → ALARM LINE OUT (see page 46)
■ Limiting main menu access to administrators:
R PASSWORD (see page 12)
■ Hiding image partially for privacy protection:
R OPTION → PRIVACY MASK (see page 42)
■ Operating remotely using a hard disk recorder or
controller:
R OPTION → CONTROL (see page 45)
(VDC-DP9584S/VDC-DP9585P)
■ Switching between “Color” and “Black-and-White” mode
of DAY/NIGHT function using an external switch, etc.:
R CAMERA → DAY/NIGHT (see page 25)
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■ Using the Camera Control Unit
(VAC-70: Separately ordered)
■ Opening the dome cover and setting up the camera
using the buttons on the circuit board
Camera can be controlled remotely during setting or adjustment.
• Please refer to the instruction manual for VAC-70.
Button operations with VAC-70 are the same as with the unit.
Place the dome cover back once you have finished settings.
• See the INSTALLATION MANUAL supplied with the unit.
Video in
VIDEO
OUT
Checking the settings screen or
camera angle on a portable monitor
VAC-70
Connect the MONITOR OUT pin and the GND
pin on the circuit board to a monitor using an
alligator clip cable.
(It is also possible to connect a monitor using
the MONITOR OUT connector.)
GND
CAMERA
MONITOR
OUT
BNC type
RG-6U (5C-2V) cable,
300 m max.
1
SET
Note: Do not touch the camera unit except
when settings and adjustments are
necessary.
UP
LEFT
2
RIGHT
DOWN
Checking the settings screen or camera angle
1 SET button
Press and hold for about 1 second for the main menu to appear.
2 Select button
Example
ADDRESS
CONTROL
BAUD RATE
1
485S
19200
When the power is turned on, the camera
address (ADDRESS), and protocol
(CONTROL) and baud rate (BAUD RATE)
will be displayed about for 5 seconds on
the monitor screen.
When <PRIVACY MASK> is “ON”,
background of the monitor is shown in
black.
• Press up, down, left, right to select an item on the settings screen or change a
setting value.
• The pan/tilt and zoom functions can be operated using the Select button during
live mode (with no settings screen displayed).
Press the SET button to switch over between pan/tilt and zoom operations.
<Pan/Tilt operations>
Pan: Press d(LEFT) or c(RIGHT)
Tilt: Press j(UP) or l(DOWN)
<Zoom operations>
Wide: Press d(LEFT)
Tele: Press c(RIGHT)
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Getting Started
Setting Up and Making Adjustments Using a Monitor
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Accessing the Main Menu
1 Access the main menu.
3 Open the advanced settings screen.
Main menu
When “y” mark displays
SET
R
Getting Started
Press and hold
the button for
about 1 second.
·CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
ALARM
PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
OPTION
PRESET
MENU
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
SET
SET
SET
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
2 Select item.
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
y
y
y
y
Moves the cursor “·” using the Select button UP and DOWN
to select the item.
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y
y
y
SET
R
y
4 Specify values.
·SYNC
BLC
IRIS
WHITE BALANCE
AGC GAIN
GAMMA
Cursor
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
Press the SET button
to open the
advanced settings
screen.
OFF
END
Note: After the expiration of a predetermined time interval (3 minutes)
without any operation, the settings screen goes off automatically
and returns to normal monitoring screen.
·CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
ALARM
·CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
ALARM
Press the Select button
RIGHT and LEFT to switch
over to other values.
INT
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
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Accessing the Main Menu
5 Close the settings screen.
■ Main menu guide
·MENU
OFF
END
14
PRESET POSITION
Registering Monitoring Positions
(No.1 - 16)
28
AUTO MODE
Automatic Monitoring
(Sequential Pan, Auto Pan)
30
AUTO RETURN
Returning to Specified Monitoring
Mode Automatically
34
ALARM
Setting Alarm
35
PASSWORD
Setting/Cancelling Password Lock
12
LANGUAGE
R
END
■ To return to the previous screen
Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET button.
SET
PRESET
·MENU
OFF
BACK
R
■ To reset settings (Factory Default Settings)
Select <PRESET> and choose “ON” instead of “OFF”, and press the
SET button.
·PRESET
ON
BACK
R
ON
Selecting Display Language
9
TITLE
Naming Cameras
10
PRIVACY
MASK
Hiding Image Partially
42
CONTROL
Setting Protocol for Camera
Controller
45
ADDRESS
Setting Camera Address
46
ALARM LINE
OUT
Setting Alarm Output to
Communication Line
46
PRESET
Initializing Settings
8
MENU
Closing a Screen/Returning to
Previous Screen
8
OPTION
SET
·PRESET
MENU
See page
CAMERA
SET
PRESET
·MENU
Settings
Setting Camera Performance
(Synchronization, Backlight
Compensation, Iris Level, White
Balance, Gain, Gamma, Shutter
Speed, Aperture, DAY/NIGHT)
Getting Started
Items
Once the settings are complete, set <MENU> to “END” and press
the SET button.
Note: To reset all the settings, set <PRESET> to “ON” in the main menu
and press the SET button.
The <PRIVACY MASK> and <CONTROL> in <OPTION>, and
<PASSWORD> will not be initialized.
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Selecting Display Language <LANGUAGE>
You can change the language displayed on the settings and adjusting screens. (Default setting: English)
LANGUAGE
Getting Started
CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
ALARM
PASSWORD
·LANGUAGE
OPTION
·LANGUAGE
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
SET
SET
SET
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
·LANGUAGE
LANGUE
IDIOMA
SET
R
R
OFF
END
PRESET
MENU
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
MENU
1 Select a language and press the SET button.
VDC-DP9584S/VCC-P9574S
BACK
2 Set <MENU> to “FIN” (“END”) and press the SET
button.
VDC-DP9584S/VCC-P9574S
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
·LANGUE
IDIOMA
LANGUE
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
LANGUAGE
LANGUE
IDIOMA
SET
R
ANGLAIS
FRANCAIS
ESPAGNOL
SET
R
VDC-DP9585P/VCC-P9575P
VDC-DP9585P/VCC-P9575P
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
·LANGUE
SPRACHE
ENGLISH
FRENCH
GERMAN
(In case FRENCH is selected)
RPressing the SET button will immediately change the language
displayed on the screen.
·MENU
→ FIN
(END)
LANGUE
LANGUAGE
LANGUE
SPRACHE
·MENU
ANGLAIS
FRANCAIS
ALLEMAND
FIN
(In case FRENCH is selected)
RCloses the settings screen and returns to the normal monitoring
screen.
• If you want to return to the previous screen, select “RETOUR”
(“BACK” or “ATRAS”) and press the SET button.
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For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
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Naming Cameras <OPTION> – <TITLE>
You can give a name (title) to each camera. The specified names are displayed on the monitor
so that you can easily distinguish the monitoring images when you use multiple cameras.
ROOM2
ROOM1
OPTION
·OPTION
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
SET
SET
SET
y
y
y
·TITLE
PRIVACY MASK
CONTROL
ADDRESS
ALARM LINE OUT
SET
y
y
y
y
R
R
PRESET
MENU
OFF
END
PRESET
MENU
1 Set <TITLE> to “ON” and press the SET button.
OPTION
·TITLE
PRIVACY MASK
CONTROL
ADDRESS
ALARM LINE OUT
·TITLE
ON
PRESET
MENU
ON
y
SET y
COAX
1
OFF
OFF
BACK
RThe “TITLE SETTING” screen appears.
OFF
SET y
COAX
1
OFF
ROOM1
ROOM2
Getting Started
CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
ALARM
PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
·OPTION
OFF
BACK
2 Choose a character(s) from the “Character
Selecting Field”.
A character is selectable when two arrows, (w) and (y), point at the
character.
SET
R
TITLE SETTING
y
wABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789 :-
ID string
ID
????????????????
x
POSITION
SET y
Character
Selecting Field
SET
R
RThe characters are displayed starting from (x) in the “ID string”.
■ To overwrite the character
Select <ID> and move (x) onto it in the “ID string”, and then choose any new
letter.
For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
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Naming Cameras <OPTION> – <TITLE>
3 Repeat step 2 to complete the name.
5 Determine the location where the name should
be displayed, and then press the SET button.
• You can enter up to 16 characters.
Example: ROOM1
ROOM1
SET
Getting Started
TITLE SETTING
R
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789 :-v
·ID
RReturns to the settings screen.
ROOM1???????????
x
RThe letters “???....” do not appear on the monitor screen, but if
you select “ON” for the <TITLE> and then enter no letter at all,
the monitor will show you “???....”.
■ If you want the name to be displayed on the monitor in two lines
Select <ID> and enter the line feed mark (v) in the “ID string” wherever you
want to start a new line.
4 Select <POSITION> and press the SET button.
ID
ROOM1???????????
x
SET y
·POSITION
·POSITION
PRESET
MENU
SET
R
OFF
BACK
ROn the normal monitoring screen, the name will be displayed.
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6 Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
RCloses the settings screen and displays the name on the
normal monitoring screen.
• If you want to return to the previous screen, select “BACK” and
press the SET button.
■ To delete the name specified
Set <PRESET> to “ON”, and press the SET button.
R All the characters in the “ID string” will be displayed with “?”.
MEMO: • If an alarm signal is input when <ALARM SIGN> is “ON” (see
page 41), the camera name on the screen will blink during the
time set in <DURATION> (see page 40). When the camera name
is not specified, “???....” will blink.
If <MOTION> is “ON” (see page 38), the camera name on the
screen will also blink when the motion sensor detects movement.
• When <PRIVACY MASK> is “ON” (see page 42), the camera
name will not be displayed.
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Setting/Cancelling Password Lock <PASSWORD>
You can lock the access to the main menu by specifying a password. You will be prompted to enter the password to access the
main menu.
PASSWORD
·PASSWORD
PRESET
MENU
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
SET
SET
SET
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
·PASSWORD LOCK
OFF y
PASSWORD CHANGE SET y
SET
R
Getting Started
CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
ALARM
·PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
OPTION
R
OFF
END
MENU
1 Select <PASSWORD LOCK> and press the SET
button.
BACK
2 Enter the password and press the SET button.
When setting a password for the first time, you must enter the
factory default password “1234”.
PASSWORD
SET
R
·PASSWORD
LOCK
SET
PASSWORD
·PASSWORD LOCK
OFF y
PASSWORD CHANGE SET y
R
·
1234
x
SET
y
RYou will see the “OK” message.
MENU
BACK
RThe password input screen appears.
Note: If you enter an incorrect password, you will see the “NG” message. If
you fail to enter the valid password three times successively, the
prompt display will disappear. Start again from the beginning.
3 Press the SET button.
RDisplays <PASSWORD LOCK> – “ON”.
• “1234” is a factory default password; it is recommended you
change it to your own password. Advance to step 4.
• If you want to finish the setting, advance to step 7.
For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
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Setting/Cancelling Password Lock <PASSWORD>
4 Select <PASSWORD CHANGE> and press the
SET button.
Getting Started
R
PASSWORD LOCK
ON y
·PASSWORD CHANGE SET y
7 Select <MENU> – “END” and press the SET
·PASSWORD
CHANGE
button.
RThe current password input screen appears.
5 Enter the current password and press the SET
button.
RCloses the settings screen and returns to the normal monitoring
screen.
• If you want to return to the previous screen, select “BACK” and
press the SET button.
■ To cancel the password lock
SET
PASSWORD
R
<NOW PASSWORD>
·
1234
x
SET
y
RThe new password input screen appears.
PASSWORD
<NEW PASSWORD>
·
13
press the SET button.
☞ Write down the new password before you forget it.
RYou will see the “OK” message.
SET
PASSWORD
6 Enter a new password (4 numerical values) and
????
x
SET
y
Press the SET button on <PASSWORD LOCK> – “ON”, and then
enter the password.
R You will see “OFF” instead of “ON”.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
Open the screen for setting and adjusting the camera performance.
1 Select <CAMERA> and press the SET button.
■ Camera performance screen guide
Items
·CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
ALARM
PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
OPTION
·CAMERA
PRESET
MENU
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
SET
SET
SET
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
SET
R
OFF
END
RThe settings screen for camera performance appears.
·SYNC
BLC
IRIS
WHITE BALANCE
AGC GAIN
GAMMA
SHUTTER
APERTURE
DAY/NIGHT
PRESET
MENU
INT
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
60
HIGH
AUTO y
Settings
See page
SYNC
Adjusting Synchronization Error
BLC
Backlight Compensation
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16
IRIS
Adjusting Iris Level
17
WHITE BALANCE Setting White Balance
18
AGC GAIN
Setting Gain Value
21
GAMMA
Correcting Gamma Characteristic
22
SHUTTER
Specifying Shutter Speed
23
APERTURE
Accentuating Subject Outline
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(VDC-DP9584S/
VDC-DP9585P)
Adjusting DAY/NIGHT Function
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DAY/NIGHT
OFF
BACK
■ To close the settings screen and return to the normal
monitoring screen
Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
• If you want to return to the previous screen, select “BACK” and
press the SET button.
For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
Adjusting Synchronization Error <SYNC>
By default, the synchronization adjustment for the camera is performed internally (INT). However, you must make adjustments
in the Line-Lock Setting (L-L) screen, if the monitor screen seems out of sync after switching over among multiple cameras
using AC 24 V. Select a camera as a reference and adjust the others based on the selected one.
Note: The Line-Lock setting is not available for DC 12 V operation.
1 Set <SYNC> to “L-L” and press the SET button.
Lamp
·SYNC
L-L
·SYNC
BLC
IRIS
WHITE BALANCE
AGC GAIN
GAMMA
SHUTTER
APERTURE
DAY/NIGHT
PRESET
MENU
L-L y
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
60
HIGH
AUTO y
■ INT
SET
R
OFF
BACK
Internally synchronized
• Lamp turned on.
■ L-L (Line-Lock)
Synchronizes the unit with power frequency
• Lamp blinking.
RThe “L-L SETTING” screen appears.
2 Adjust synchronization (0 – 524).
L-L SETTING
<V SYNC PHASE>
·
250
• Make adjustments so that the vertical synchronization of the
monitor screen does not move up or down.
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For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
3 Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET
button.
RReturns to the camera performance screen.
• If you want to close the settings screen, set to “END” and press
the SET button.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
Backlight Compensation <BLC>
If the images of subjects are not clear because of backlight, compensate for it by
adjusting conditions or changing the compensation method.
1 Select <BLC> and specify the compensation
method.
SYNC
·BLC
IRIS
WHITE BALANCE
AGC GAIN
GAMMA
SHUTTER
APERTURE
DAY/NIGHT
·BLC
PRESET
MENU
INT
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
60
HIGH
AUTO y
OFF
BACK
■ If you want to return to the previous screen
Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET button.
■ CENT (Center zone metering)
Compensation is made based on the optical measurement that is
focused on the central area of the screen (the image of subject to
be compensated is located in the center of the screen).
■ MULT1 (Multi-spot metering, Normal mode)
Compensation is made based on the optical measurement and
assessment of the entire screen (the image of subject to be
compensated is not limited to a center of the screen location).
■ MULT2 (Multi-spot metering, High mode)
Compared to MULT1, faster backlight compensation is possible
against a lesser amount of light.
■ OFF
No compensation is performed for backlight.
■ If you want to close the settings screen
Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
Adjusting Iris Level <IRIS>
If you need to adjust the brightness, follow the steps below.
1 Select <IRIS> and press the SET button.
SYNC
BLC
·IRIS
WHITE BALANCE
AGC GAIN
GAMMA
SHUTTER
APERTURE
DAY/NIGHT
OFF
BACK
PRESET
MENU
·IRIS
INT
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
60
HIGH
AUTO y
RThe “IRIS SETTING” screen appears.
2 Adjust the brightness (iris) (0 – 100).
IRIS SETTING
<LEVEL>
·
20
PRESET
MENU
OFF
BACK
• The greater the number, the brighter it gets.
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3 Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET
button.
SET
R
RReturns to the camera performance screen.
• If you want to close the settings screen, set to “END” and press
the SET button.
Note: • Under extremely bright lighting, unfavorable phenomena may
occur such as swaths of smear on the screen, because light
intensity entering the lens is too high to be controlled. Reduce the
intensity by changing the angle of the lighting source or by other
means.
• If the images of subjects under fluorescent lighting are flickering,
replace fluorescent lighting with incandescent lighting.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
Setting White Balance <WHITE BALANCE>
With its default Auto-Tracing White Balance (ATW) setting, this unit is able to obtain natural colors even when the light source
is changed. However, you may manually change the white balance settings or its mode to obtain better tone, especially when
the screen color does not match actual objects.
1 Select <WHITE BALANCE> and specify a mode.
■ ATW (Auto-Tracing White Balance)
Automatic setting for white balance.
SYNC
BLC
IRIS
·WHITE BALANCE
AGC GAIN
GAMMA
SHUTTER
APERTURE
DAY/NIGHT
·WHITE
BALANCE
PRESET
MENU
INT
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
60
HIGH
AUTO y
OFF
BACK
2 For advanced settings (AWC or MWB), press the
SET button.
REach corresponding settings screen will appear.
• Advances to A on next page when selecting “AWC”.
Advances to B on page 20 when selecting “MWB”.
■ AWC (One-Push Adjustment): (see next page)
Adjusts white balance by shooting white paper or wall.
■ 3200 (Halogen light or incandescent lamp, etc.)
(fixed)
Targeted at around 3200 K of color temperature.
■ 5600 (Daytime sunlight) (fixed)
Targeted at around 5600 K of color temperature.
■ FLUO (Fluorescent lamp) (fixed)
Targeted at around 4200 K of color temperature.
■ MWB (Manual White Balance): (see page 20)
Fine-adjusts red and blue manually.
■ If you want to return to the previous screen
Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET button.
■ If you want to close the settings screen
Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
A One-Push Adjustment (AWC)
1 Select <AWC LOCK>.
■ To perform fine adjustment of color
In the “AWC SETTING” screen, select <GO TO MWB> – “SET”, and
press the SET button.
R The “MWB SETTING” screen appears. Specify values manually
(see next page).
AWC SETTING
·AWC LOCK
GO TO MWB
SET
SET
y
·AWC LOCK
2 Point a camera to a white paper or wall to project
an image on the whole screen, and press the SET
button.
White paper or wall
SET
RThe cursor “q” lights off, and white balance adjustment will
start. The adjustment will end after about 2 seconds when “q”
lights again.
• If the adjustment does not yield a satisfactory result, press the
SET button again.
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MEMO: Transferring to the “MWB SETTING” screen through <GO
TO MWB>, white balance mode (see page 18) will be
changed to “MWB”.
3 Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET
button.
RReturns to the camera performance screen.
• If you want to close the settings screen, set to “END” and press
the SET button.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
B Manual White Balance (MWB)
1 Select <R> or <B> to adjust tint (0 – 255).
MWB SETTING
· R
43
B
66
PRESET
MENU
2 Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET
button.
RReturns to the camera performance screen.
• If you want to close the settings screen, set to “END” and press
the SET button.
OFF
BACK
R : Adjusting Red
B : Adjusting Blue
• The greater the number, the deeper the tint becomes.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
Setting Gain Value <AGC GAIN>
If you need to adjust the sensitivity in dark places (AGC*), follow the steps below.
1 Select <AGC GAIN> and specify a mode.
SYNC
BLC
IRIS
WHITE BALANCE
·AGC GAIN
GAMMA
SHUTTER
APERTURE
DAY/NIGHT
·AGC GAIN
PRESET
MENU
INT
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
60
HIGH
AUTO y
OFF
BACK
■ NORM
Normal setting
■ HIGH (For a dark subject)
Setting with which a bright image is obtained in a lower
illuminance than the NORM setting.
• This setting causes noise generation and a grainy image.
■ OFF
■ If you want to return to the previous screen
Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET button.
■ If you want to close the settings screen
Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
*AGC (Auto Gain Control) is a function to adjust automatically the
gain of the Video signal from the camera so that an optimum signal
level is obtained according to brightness of the object.
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For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
Fixed gain setting
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
Correcting Gamma Characteristic <GAMMA>
Change the mode for Gamma correction*.
1 Select <GAMMA> and specify a mode.
SYNC
BLC
IRIS
WHITE BALANCE
AGC GAIN
·GAMMA
SHUTTER
APERTURE
DAY/NIGHT
·GAMMA
PRESET
MENU
INT
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
60
HIGH
AUTO y
■ 0.45
Gamma value of γ = 0.45
■ 1
Gamma value of γ = 1
OFF
BACK
■ If you want to return to the previous screen
Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET button.
■ If you want to close the settings screen
Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
* About Gamma correction
Gamma (γ) is a value representing a responsiveness characteristic of
image contrast. Every input and output device of image data has its
own Gamma value; the overall Gamma value must be corrected to be
equal to 1. If a CRT monitor has a Gamma value of 2.2, for example,
the value for this unit must be corrected to 0.45 (2.2 x 0.45 ≈ 1).
For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
Specifying Shutter Speed <SHUTTER>
You can specify the electronic shutter speed to capture fast-moving subjects.
Note: With the increase in shutter speed number, faster movement can be captured, though the image becomes darker.
1 Select <SHUTTER> and specify a shutter speed.
SYNC
BLC
IRIS
WHITE BALANCE
AGC GAIN
GAMMA
·SHUTTER
APERTURE
DAY/NIGHT
·SHUTTER
PRESET
MENU
INT
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
60
HIGH
AUTO y
OFF
BACK
(VDC-DP9584S/VCC-P9574S)
• Select from: 60, 100, 250, 500, 1000, 2000, 4000 and 10000
(e.g., 60 refers to 1/60 second)
(VDC-DP9585P/VCC-P9575P)
• Select from: 50, 120, 250, 500, 1000, 2000, 4000 and 10000
(e.g., 50 refers to 1/50 second)
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For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
■ If you want to return to the previous screen
Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET button.
■ If you want to close the settings screen
Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
Accentuating Subject Outline <APERTURE>
By specifying the APERTURE* setting, you can accentuate the outline of the subject when its image is blurred and
unidentifiable.
1 Select <APERTURE> and specify a mode.
■ OFF
No accentuating is performed for aperture.
SYNC
BLC
IRIS
WHITE BALANCE
AGC GAIN
GAMMA
SHUTTER
·APERTURE
DAY/NIGHT
·APERTURE
PRESET
MENU
INT
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
60
HIGH
AUTO y
OFF
END
■ If you want to return to the previous screen
■ NORM
Normal setting
■ HIGH
Setting with which the outline becomes crisper than the
NORM setting.
■ HIpls (High plus)
Setting with which the outline becomes crisper than the HIGH
setting.
Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET button.
■ If you want to close the settings screen
Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
* Aperture means outline correction. The more the outline is
highlighted, the higher the apparent resolution looks.
For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
Adjusting DAY/NIGHT Function <DAY/NIGHT> : (VDC-DP9584S/VDC-DP9585P)
The DAY/NIGHT function automatically switches over between COLOR and B/W mode
depending on the ambient brightness. As appropriate for any specific environment, you
can fix the mode to either COLOR or B/W, and adjust the way the switching function works.
1 Select <DAY/NIGHT> and specify a mode.
SYNC
BLC
IRIS
WHITE BALANCE
AGC GAIN
GAMMA
SHUTTER
APERTURE
·DAY/NIGHT
·DAY/NIGHT
PRESET
MENU
INT
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
60
HIGH
AUTO y
OFF
BACK
■ AUTO: (see next page)
Automatically switches between COLOR and B/W mode
depending on the ambient brightness (DAY/NIGHT function).
■ COLOR
Color image on a steady basis; suitable for always bright
location or conditions.
■ B/W (Black-and-White): (see page 27)
B/W image on a steady basis; suitable when sensitivity is
prioritized.
RImage switches immediately after the selection is made.
Note: During the switching operation, you may hear switch-over noise
inside the camera or see a distorted picture, but these are not signs
of trouble.
2
Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET button.
■ If you want to close the settings screen
For advanced settings (“AUTO” or “B/W”), press
the SET button.
REach corresponding settings screen will appear.
• Advances to A on next page when selecting “AUTO”.
Advances to B on page 27 when selecting “B/W”.
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■ If you want to return to the previous screen
For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
A Adjusting Automatic Setting (AUTO)
1 Select <LEVEL> and specify a level for
DAY/NIGHT switching.
DAY/NIGHT SETTING
·LEVEL
BURST
LOW
OFF
3 Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET
button.
RReturns to the camera performance screen.
• If you want to close the settings screen, set to “END” and press
the SET button.
Note: • If an infrared lighting system is used, the B/W mode may switch
to COLOR when a subject reflects the light intensely. Place the
unit out of the infrared lighted area.
• When <MOTION> is “ON” (see page 38), the motion sensor
detection will be interrupted during switching over from B/W to
COLOR mode and from COLOR to B/W mode.
·LEVEL
B/W
Color
LOW
HIGH
LOW : Switches in darker conditions.
HIGH : Switches in brighter conditions.
2 Set <BURST> to “ON” or “OFF” for the burst
signal*.
DAY/NIGHT SETTING
LEVEL
·BURST
LOW
OFF
·BURST
ON : Burst signal inserted into the Black-and-White image.
• Inserting the burst signal prevents the image distortion that may
occur when switching from Color to Black-and-White.
OFF : Burst signal not inserted into the Black-and-White image.
* The burst signals are color synchronization signals required for
reproducing color.
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Setting Camera Performance <CAMERA>
B Adjusting Black-and-White Setting (B/W)
1 Set <BURST> to “ON” or “OFF” for the burst
signal*.
DAY/NIGHT SETTING
·BURST
·BURST
ON
PRESET
MENU
OFF
OFF
BACK
: Burst signal inserted into the Black-and-White image.
• Inserting the burst signal prevents the image distortion that may
occur when switching from Color to Black-and-White.
OFF : Burst signal not inserted into the Black-and-White image.
* The burst signals are color synchronization signals required for
reproducing color.
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2 Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET
button.
RReturns to the camera performance screen.
• If you want to close the settings screen, set to “END” and press
the SET button.
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Registering Monitoring Positions <PRESET POSITION>
You can register the position information of a camera such as its angle or zoom (maximum 16 positions).
You can change the monitoring angle easily as required.
1 Select the <PRESET POSITION> number (No. 1 –
16) to register and press the SET button.
CAMERA
·PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
ALARM
PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
OPTION
·PRESET
POSITION
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
SET
SET
SET
y
y
y
3 Set angle with the Select button and press the
SET button.
Tilt
SET
PAN/TILT
SET
R
Pan
y
y
y
y
R
Pan
Tilt
MEMO: Pan, tilt, and zoom settings are performed on the same screen during
remote operation through a hard disk recorder or controller.
Press the SET button to switch over between pan/tilt and zoom
operations.
RThe “PRESET NO.” screen appears.
2 Set <PRESET POSITION> to “ON” and press the
SET button.
4 Set zoom with the Select button and press the
SET button.
SET
PRESET NO.1
·PRESET POSITION ON
PRESET ID
OFF
SKIP
OFF
·PRESET
POSITION
ON
RThe “PAN/TILT” screen appears.
• “PRESET NO.1” cannot be turned OFF.
y
R
ZOOM
SET
Wide
Tele
R
RReturns to the “PRESET NO.” screen.
For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
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Registering Monitoring Positions <PRESET POSITION>
5 For showing the PRESET number during
monitoring, set <PRESET ID> to “ON”.
■ To cancel a registered preset position
Change <PRESET POSITION> - “ON” to “OFF”. The registered
position information can be restored by returning the setting to “ON”.
Note: “PRESET NO.1” cannot be turned OFF.
PRESET NO.1
PRESET POSITION ON
·PRESET ID
ON
SKIP
OFF
·PRESET ID
y
Repeat steps from 1 to 6.
ON
7 Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
6 For skipping the preset position during
sequential panning, set <SKIP> to “ON”.
PRESET NO.1
PRESET POSITION ON
PRESET ID
ON
·SKIP
ON
·SKIP
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ON
■ To change registered preset position information
y
RCloses the settings screen and returns to the normal monitoring
screen.
• If you want to return to the previous screen, select “BACK” and
press the SET button.
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Automatic Monitoring <AUTO MODE>
You can make the camera move successively along the registered preset positions or pan automatically during monitoring.
1 Select <AUTO MODE> and specify a mode.
CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
·AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
ALARM
PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
OPTION
·AUTO MODE
PRESET
MENU
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
SET
SET
SET
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
■ SEQ (Sequential Pan) (see next page)
Sequential panning along the registered preset positions
■ PAN (Auto Pan) (see page 32)
Automatic intermittent panning
OFF
END
2 For advanced settings, press the SET button.
RAdvances to next page when selecting “SEQ”.
Advances to page 32 when selecting “PAN”.
For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
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Automatic Monitoring <AUTO MODE>
Sequential Panning along the Registered Preset Positions <SEQUENTIAL PAN>
Note: You need 2 or more positions registered for preset positions (No. 1 - 16).
1 Select <ORDER> and set the panning sequence.
3 Select <SPEED> and set the transfer speed
between the preset positions.
SEQUENTIAL PAN
·ORDER
PAUSE TIME
SPEED
RUN
SEQUENTIAL PAN
STEP
5S
NORM
SET
ORDER
PAUSE TIME
·SPEED
RUN
·ORDER
STEP
5S
NORM
SET
·SPEED
: Pans in ascending order of registered PRESET NOs.
STEP
RANDOM : Pans in random order of registered PRESET NOs.
2 Select <PAUSE TIME> and set the time to remain
at the preset position.
SLOW : Slower than NORM
NORM : Default setting
FAST : Faster than NORM
4 Select <RUN> and press the SET button to
perform a sequential pan.
SET
SEQUENTIAL PAN
SEQUENTIAL PAN
ORDER
·PAUSE TIME
SPEED
RUN
STEP
5S
NORM
SET
·PAUSE TIME
• Select from: 5S, 10S, 15S, 20S, 30S, 45S, 60S (S=second)
ORDER
PAUSE TIME
SPEED
·RUN
R
·RUN
5 Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
RThe sequential panning starts.
■ To cancel a sequential pan
Press the Select or SET button.
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STEP
5S
NORM
SET
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Automatic Monitoring <AUTO MODE>
Automatic Intermittent Panning <AUTO PAN>
1 Set <POSITION> to “START” and press the SET
button.
·POSITION
STARTy
5S
NORM
SET
·POSITION
PAUSE TIME
SPEED
RUN
START
SET
AUTO PAN
R
·POSITION
END y
5S
NORM
SET
R
END
RThe “PAN” screen appears.
RThe “PAN/TILT” screen appears.
■ Set the starting position for the automatic pan
■ Set the end position for the automatic pan
PAN
Tilt
SET
PAN/TILT
SET
Pan
button.
SET
AUTO PAN
·POSITION
PAUSE TIME
SPEED
RUN
2 Set <POSITION> to “END” and press the SET
Pan
Pan
R
R
Pan
RReturns to the “AUTO PAN” screen.
Tilt
MEMO: Pan, tilt, and zoom settings are performed on the same screen during
remote operation through a hard disk recorder or controller.
Press the SET button to switch over between pan/tilt and zoom
operations.
SET
ZOOM
Wide
Tele
R
RReturns to the “AUTO PAN” screen.
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Automatic Monitoring <AUTO MODE>
3 Select <PAUSE TIME> and set the time to stop at
the starting position and the end one.
5 Select <RUN> and press the SET button to
perform an automatic pan.
AUTO PAN
POSITION
·PAUSE TIME
SPEED
RUN
·PAUSE TIME
POSITION
PAUSE TIME
SPEED
·RUN
·RUN
• Select from: 5S, 10S, 15S, 20S, 30S, 45S, 60S (S=second)
RThe auto panning starts.
■ To cancel an auto pan
4 Select <SPEED> and set the transfer speed
between the preset positions.
AUTO PAN
POSITION
PAUSE TIME
·SPEED
RUN
·SPEED
SLOW : Slower than NORM
NORM : Default setting
FAST : Faster than NORM
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SET
AUTO PAN
STARTy
5S
NORM
SET
STARTy
5S
NORM
SET
Press the Select or SET button.
STARTy
5S
NORM
SET
R
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Returning to Specified Monitoring Mode Automatically <AUTO RETURN>
Performing a manual operation on the angle of view (pan, tilt, or zoom) cancels the current monitoring mode (sequential pan,
auto pan, preset position). However, you can set the camera to return to the specified monitoring mode automatically once the
manual operation is over.
1 Set <AUTO RETURN> to “ON” and press the SET
button.
·AUTO RETURN
ON
CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
·AUTO RETURN
ALARM
PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
OPTION
SET
1
SEQ
ON
SET
SET
SET
SET
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
3 Select <TIME> to set the timing to return to the
specified monitoring mode.
AUTO RETURN
SET
R
MODE
·TIME
·TIME
RThe “AUTO RETURN” screen appears.
2 Select <MODE> to specify the monitoring mode
for auto return.
PRESET
MENU
SEQ
1M
OFF
BACK
• Select from: 10S, 20S, 30S, 40S, 50S, 1M, 2M, 3M, 4M, 5M,
6M, 7M, 8M, 9M, 10M (S=second, M=minute)
Note: <TIME> specifies the pause after manual operation.
AUTO RETURN
·MODE
TIME
SEQ
1M
·MODE
: Returns to sequential panning.
SEQ
: Returns to automatic panning.
PAN
PRE 1 – 16 : Returns to the registered preset position (PRESET
NO. 1 - 16).
4 Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
RCloses the settings screen and returns to the normal monitoring
screen.
• If you want to return to the previous screen, select “BACK” and
press the SET button.
For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
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Setting Alarm <ALARM>
If you have connected an external door switch or an infrared sensor, specify the following settings. You may set up two
channels for external alarm input. This unit has a built-in motion sensor, which outputs alarm signals when any moving
subject, such as a would be intruder, is detected.
If you connect external buzzers and/or lamps, alarm signals will also be output to them at alarm detection for you to have
audible and/or visual notifications.
1 Select <ALARM> and press the SET button.
■ Alarm setting guide
Items
CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
·ALARM
PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
OPTION
·ALARM
PRESET
MENU
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
SET
SET
SET
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
OFF
END
RThe “ALARM SETTING” screen appears.
ALARM SETTING
1
y
·ALARM IN
NO
ALARM OUT
OFF
MOTION
SET y
uAREA
SET y
uSENSITIVITY
OFF
ZOOM
5S
uZOOM TIME
5S
DURATION
OFF
ALARM SIGN
OFF
PRESET
BACK
MENU
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For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
SET
R
Settings
See page
ALARM IN
Specifying Alarm Input
36
ALARM OUT
Specifying Alarm Output
37
MOTION
Setting Motion Sensor
38
ZOOM
Setting Zooming Up at Alarm
Detection
40
DURATION
Setting Alarm Duration
40
ALARM SIGN
Setting Alarm Detection Notification
41
■ To close the settings screen and return to the normal
monitoring screen
Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
• If you want to return to the previous screen, select “BACK” and
press the SET button.
Note: The alarm feature(s) of this camera has not been investigated by UL.
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Setting Alarm <ALARM>
Specifying Alarm Input <ALARM IN>
1 Set <ALARM IN> to the input channel (1 or 2) and
press the SET button.
·ALARM IN
ALARM SETTING
1
y
·ALARM IN
NO
ALARM OUT
OFF
MOTION
SET y
uAREA
SET y
uSENSITIVITY
OFF
ZOOM
5S
uZOOM TIME
5S
DURATION
OFF
ALARM SIGN
OFF
PRESET
BACK
MENU
SET
R
3 Select <MOVE> and set the camera to move to
the preset position of the channel where the
alarm has been detected.
The camera will move to “PRESET NO.1” position if an alarm is
detected by ALARM IN1 and to “PRESET NO.2” position when the
alarm is detected by ALARM IN2.
ALARM IN SETTING
POLARITY
·MOVE
ALARM OUT
NO
OFF
OFF
·MOVE
2 Select <POLARITY> and specify a polarity for the
signal.
ALARM IN SETTING
·POLARITY
MOVE
ALARM OUT
NO
OFF
OFF
·POLARITY
NO : Normal Open (When closed, detects an alarm input.)
NC : Normal Close (When opened, detects an alarm input.)
: The camera moves to “PRESET No.1 or 2” position and stops.
ON
AUTO : The camera moves to “PRESET No.1 or 2” position, remains there
OFF
for the time set in <DURATION> (see page 40), then returns to the
original monitoring mode.
: The camera remains where it is.
Note: • Be sure to have a preset position registered for “PRESET NO.2”
before setting ALARM IN2. The MOVE function will not operate if
not registered.
• If <MOVE> is set, zooming (see page 40) will not take place even
at alarm detection.
• If an alarm is detected even if motion is simultaneously detected,
<MOVE> takes priority.
• If an alarm is detected by another input channel when <MOVE> is
operating, the camera moves to the preset position of that
channel, and <MOVE> becomes operative in that position for the
time set in <DURATION>.
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Setting Alarm <ALARM>
4 Set <ALARM OUT> to “ON” or “OFF” for alarm
output.
Specifying Alarm Output <ALARM OUT>
1 Select <ALARAM OUT> and specify a polarity for
ALARM IN SETTING
POLARITY
MOVE
·ALARM OUT
the signal.
NO
OFF
OFF
·ALARM OUT
ON : Outputs alarm signal at alarm input detection.
• No alarm signal is output if the alarm input is received while the
monitor is displaying the settings screen.
OFF : No alarm signal output.
5 Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET
button.
RReturns to the “ALARM SETTING” screen.
• If you want to finish the settings screen, set to “END” and press
the SET button.
Note: If an alarm is detected (including motion detection) during sequential
pan or auto pan, the sequential pan or auto pan stops for the time
set in <DURATION> (see page 40). The original operation is
resumed once the duration has elapsed.
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·ALARM OUT
ALARM SETTING
1
y
ALARM IN
NO
·ALARM OUT
OFF
MOTION
SET y
uAREA
SET y
uSENSITIVITY
OFF
ZOOM
5S
uZOOM TIME
5S
DURATION
OFF
ALARM SIGN
OFF
PRESET
BACK
MENU
NO : Normal Open (Closes when alarm input is detected.)
NC : Normal Close (Opens when alarm input is detected.)
MEMO: For the electrical characteristics of alarm output, the nominal
output of the open collector (grounded emitter) is 18 V 25 mA.
■ When an alarm has been detected
• The image is zoomed up (see page 40).
• An alarm notification is displayed (see page 41).
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Setting Alarm <ALARM>
Setting Motion Sensor <MOTION>
1 Select <MOTION> and specify “ON”.
·MOTION
ON
3 Move the cursor to the area where should not be
ALARM SETTING
1
ALARM IN
NO
ALARM OUT
ON
·MOTION
SET
uAREA
SET
uSENSITIVITY
OFF
ZOOM
5S
uZOOM TIME
5S
DURATION
OFF
ALARM SIGN
motion-detected and press the SET button to
change “---”.
y
e.g., frequently moving objects such as trees swaying in the wind
as well as flickering.
y
y
yyy
ON : Detects when the motion sensor responded.
OFF : The motion sensor is unused.
SET
R
2 Select <uAREA> and press the SET button.
·uAREA
ALARM SETTING
1
ALARM IN
NO
ALARM OUT
ON
MOTION
SET
·uAREA
SET
uSENSITIVITY
OFF
ZOOM
5S
uZOOM TIME
5S
DURATION
OFF
ALARM SIGN
R
RThe screen for motion-detected area appears.
BACK
SET
y
y
y
MENU
4 Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET
button.
RReturns to the “ALARM SETTING” screen.
• You should adjust the detection sensitivity if false alarms occur
very frequently (see next page).
If you want to finish the settings, advance to step 8.
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Setting Alarm <ALARM>
5 Select <uSENSITIVITY> and press the SET
button.
·uSENSITIVITY
ALARM SETTING
1
ALARM IN
NO
ALARM OUT
ON
MOTION
SET
uAREA
SET
·uSENSITIVITY
OFF
ZOOM
5S
uZOOM TIME
5S
DURATION
OFF
ALARM SIGN
SET
y
R
y
y
7 Select <TIME> and specify a detection time of
duration (1 – 60).
RThe greater the number, the lower the detectability against
fast-moving subjects.
■ To confirm the sensitivity of the motion detection
Select <TEST> and press the SET button.
• Make sure that the motion-detected area is properly specified.
To finish the test, press the SET button.
RThe “SENSITIVITY” screen appears.
6
Select <MOVE> and specify a sensitivity level
(1 –10).
<MOVE>
·
5
<TIME>
1
TEST
SET
PRESET
MENU
OFF
BACK
y
RThe greater the number, the lower the responsiveness to
movement becomes.
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button.
RReturns to the “ALARM SETTING” screen.
• If you want to finish the settings screen, select “END” and press
the SET button.
SENSITIVITY
·<MOVE>
8 Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET
MEMO: If <ZOOM> is enabled (see page 40), the image on the screen will
be zoomed up when the motion sensor detects movement. If
<ALARM SIGN> is “ON” (see page 41) when <PRIVACY MASK>
is “ON” (see page 42), the alarm notification “A” will be shown on
all the masks.
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Setting Alarm <ALARM>
Setting Zooming Up at Alarm Detection
<ZOOM>
1 Select <ZOOM> and specify the zoom factor for
Setting Alarm Duration <DURATION>
1 Select <DURATION> and set the alarm duration.
alarm detection (including motion detection).
·ZOOM
ALARM SETTING
1
y
ALARM IN
NO
ALARM OUT
ON
MOTION
SET y
uAREA
SET y
uSENSITIVITY
OFF
·ZOOM
5S
uZOOM TIME
5S
DURATION
OFF
ALARM SIGN
OFF
PRESET
BACK
MENU
• Select from: OFF (no zoom), x1.0, x1.4, x2.0, x2.6
2 Select <uZOOM TIME> and specify duration time
for zooming (when zoom has been set in step 1).
·DURATION
ALARM SETTING
1
y
ALARM IN
NO
ALARM OUT
ON
MOTION
SET y
uAREA
SET y
uSENSITIVITY
OFF
ZOOM
5S
uZOOM TIME
5S
·DURATION
OFF
ALARM SIGN
OFF
PRESET
BACK
MENU
• Select from: 5S, 10S, 15S, 20S, 30S, 1M, 2M, 3M, 4M, 5M
(S=second, M=minute)
Note: • You should not specify shorter <DURATION> than <uZOOM
TIME> (this page on the left). Otherwise, <uZOOM TIME> setting
will change correspondingly. Confirm both times before
specifying proper values.
• Once an alarm output has started, no new alarm can be detected
or output until the duration has elapsed.
• Select from: 5S, 10S, 15S, 20S, 30S, 1M, 2M, 3M, 4M, 5M
(S=second, M=minute)
Note: You should not specify longer <uZOOM TIME> than <DURATION>
time (this page on the right). Otherwise, <DURATION> setting will
change correspondingly. Confirm both times before specifying
proper values.
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Setting Alarm <ALARM>
Setting Alarm Detection Notification
<ALARM SIGN>
1 Select <ALARM SIGN> and specify “ON”.
·ALARM SIGN
ON
ALARM SETTING
1
y
ALARM IN
NO
ALARM OUT
ON
MOTION
SET y
uAREA
SET y
uSENSITIVITY
OFF
ZOOM
5S
uZOOM TIME
5S
DURATION
ON
·ALARM SIGN
OFF
PRESET
BACK
MENU
ON : If an alarm signal (including motion detection) comes in,
alarm notification is displayed during the time set in
<DURATION> (see page 40).
• If <TITLE> is “ON” (see page 10), the camera name on
the screen blinks.
• If <PRIVACY MASK> is “ON” (see page 42), “A” will be
shown on all the masks.
OFF : The alarm notification is unused.
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■ Once the settings are complete
Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
R Closes the settings screen and returns to the normal monitoring
screen.
• If you want to return to the previous screen, select “BACK” and
press the SET button.
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Hiding Image Partially <OPTION> – <PRIVACY MASK>
If privacy protection is required for any shot, apply the masking feature for any position to be prevented from being presented.
The maximum number of masks that can be set is 8.
OPTION
CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
ALARM
PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
·OPTION
·OPTION
PRESET
MENU
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
SET
SET
SET
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
TITLE
·PRIVACY MASK
CONTROL
ADDRESS
ALARM LINE OUT
SET
R
R
·PRIVACY MASK
OFF
END
1 Set <MASK 1> to “ON” and press the SET button.
·MASK1
ON
·MASK 1
MASK 2
MASK 3
MASK 4
MASK 5
MASK 6
MASK 7
MASK 8
MASK SIZE
PREVIEW
PRESET
MENU
RThe “DIRECTION” screen appears.
ON
y
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
NORM
SET y
OFF
BACK
PRESET
MENU
OFF
SET y
COAX
1
OFF
OFF
BACK
SET
R
Perform a single
panning to correct the
coordinate origin for
panning and tilting.
2 Superimpose the objects you want to hide behind
the central mask and press the SET button.
DIRECTION
SET
SET
R
11
R
RThe “SIZE” screen appears.
For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
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Hiding Image Partially <OPTION> – <PRIVACY MASK>
3 Specify the masking size and press the SET
button.
SIZE
SET
111
111
R
RThe “POSITION” screen appears.
4 Finely adjust the masking position and press the
5 Select <MASK SIZE> and set the masking size
adjustment at pan, tilt, or zoom operation.
Sometimes, during pan, tilt, or zoom operation, masked objects
become visible or parts that you want to monitor become masked.
Make the following size corrections as necessary.
MASK 1
MASK 2
MASK 3
MASK 4
MASK 5
MASK 6
MASK 7
MASK 8
·MASK SIZE
PREVIEW
PRESET
MENU
ON
y
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
NORM
SET y
OFF
BACK
SET button.
POSITION
SET
111
111
R
RReturns to the MASK selection screen.
To set multiple masks, repeat steps 1 to 4. You may set up to
8 masks.
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NORM : Normal setting
OVER : Masks larger than NORM.
• Adjusts the masks so that the whole masked area is
hidden even during pan, tilt, or zoom operation.
UNDER : Masks smaller than NORM.
• Limits adjustment to just enough not to hide the
monitoring area during pan, tilt, or zoom operation.
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Hiding Image Partially <OPTION> – <PRIVACY MASK>
■ To preview the entire specified masks
Select <PREVIEW> and press the SET button.
To return to the previous screen, press the SET button again.
(Example: 4 maskings)
MASK 1
2
22
3333
22
111 3333
111
4
4
3
MEMO:
When multiple masking positions
overlap, the masking setting with the
smaller MASK number will be preceded.
6 Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
RCloses the settings screen and returns to the normal monitoring
screen.
The specified masks appear on the screen.
• If you want to return to the previous screen, select “BACK” and
press the SET button.
MEMO: If <ALARM SIGN> is “ON” (see page 41), the alarm notification “A”
will be shown on all the masks during the time set in <DURATION>
(see page 40) when an alarm signal comes in.
If both of <ALARM SIGN> and <MOTION> (see page 38) are
“ON”, the alarm notification “A” will be shown when the motion
sensor detects movement.
4
AA
AAAA
AA
AAA AAAA
AAA
A
A
Note: If masking is set, the camera name will not be displayed on the monitor
even if <TITLE> is “ON”.
■ To cancel the masking setting
Change “ON” of the MASK number to “OFF” in the MASK selection
screen.
■ To change the previously specified masking setting
Repeat steps from 1 to 4.
• If an alarm or movement is detected while an unmasked image
is being displayed, an alarm notification “A” appears in the top
left corner.
A
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Configuring the Communication Settings <OPTION>
The camera can be operated remotely by connecting a hard disk recorder or controller as a communication device. You need to
configure the conditions for the communication to function.
OPTION
CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
ALARM
PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
·OPTION
·OPTION
PRESET
MENU
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
SET
SET
SET
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
SET
R
R
TITLE
PRIVACY MASK
·CONTROL
ADDRESS
ALARM LINE OUT
PRESET
MENU
OFF
END
OFF
SET y
COAX
1
OFF
OFF
BACK
Setting Protocol for Camera Controller <CONTROL>
1 Select <CONTROL> and specify the protocol for
controlling the camera.
·CONTROL
OFF
SET y
COAX
1
OFF
COAX : Coaxial superposition (SANYO: using coaxial cable)
• SSP, Hi-speed SSP and PELCO-C are supported.
Switching among the three is automatic.
485S : RS-485 (SANYO)
• Both SSP and Hi-speed SSP are supported. Switching
between the two is automatic.
485P : RS-485 (PELCO-D)
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For accessing the main menu, see pages 7 – 8.
SET button.
RThe “CONTROL SETTING” screen appears.
• Advance to step 5 if you have selected “COAX”.
OPTION
TITLE
PRIVACY MASK
·CONTROL
ADDRESS
ALARM LINE OUT
2 For advanced settings (485S or 485P), press the
3 Select <BAUD RATE> and specify the
communication speed.
CONTROL SETTING
·BAUD RATE
TERMINATE
·BAUD RATE
• Select from: 19200, 9600, 4800, 2400
19200
OFF
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Configuring the Communication Settings <OPTION>
4 Set <TERMINATE> to “ON” or “OFF”.
Setting Alarm Output to Communication
Line <ALAR LINE OUT>
CONTROL SETTING
BAUD RATE
·TERMINATE
19200
OFF
1 Set <ALARM LINE OUT> to “ON” or “OFF”.
·TERMINATE
OPTION
ON : Camera is the cabling termination.
OFF : No termination
5 Select <MENU> – “BACK” and press the SET
button.
PRESET
MENU
RReturns to the “OPTION” screen.
• If you want to finish the settings screen, select “END” and press
the SET button.
Setting Camera Address <ADDRESS>
1 Select <ADDRESS> and specify an address for
the camera (0 - 127).
OPTION
·ADDRESS
·ALARM LINE OUT
TITLE
PRIVACY MASK
CONTROL
ADDRESS
·ALARM LINE OUT
TITLE
PRIVACY MASK
CONTROL
·ADDRESS
ALARM LINE OUT
OFF
SET y
COAX
1
OFF
OFF
BACK
ON : Outputs alarm signals to communication line.
OFF : No output
■ Once the settings are complete
Set <MENU> to “END” and press the SET button.
R Closes the settings screen and returns to the normal monitoring
screen.
• If you want to return to the previous screen, select “BACK” and
press the SET button.
OFF
SET y
COAX
1
OFF
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Troubleshooting
Before seeking repair service, please review the following points first. If the trouble persists, consult your dealer or an
Authorized Sanyo Service Center.
Symptom
Items to Be Checked
No images
available:
• Is the coaxial cable connected securely?
• Is lighting appropriate?
• Is power supplied? (see “Connections” in the
INSTALLATION MANUAL.)
• Are power supply and voltage appropriate?
(see “Connections” in the INSTALLATION
MANUAL.)
Distorted
images:
• Is sync adjusted by the line lock? (see page 15)
Unclear
images:
• Is the lens transparent without blur? (Use
commercial cleaning paper and liquid to wipe
out.)
• Is the iris adjusted? (see page 17)
Unrecognizable
subject in the
backlight:
• Is backlight compensation specified? (see page
16)
Poor color
images:
• Is white balance adjusted? (see page 18)
Inappropriate
contrast or
outline of
images:
• Did you try Gamma characteristic adjustment?
(see page 22)
• Is the aperture adjusted? (see page 24)
Frequent false
detection by
motion sensor:
• Is detection sensitivity adjusted? (see page 39)
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Symptom
Items to Be Checked
(VDC-DP9584S/
VDC-DP9585P)
Distorted
picture after
switching from
COLOR to B/W
mode of
DAY/NIGHT:
• Is “ON” specified for <BURST>? (see pages 26,
27)
Service
The camera is a precision instrument. Handle it carefully and always
follow the safety precautions. If the camera requires service, never try to
repair it yourself or open the casing.
For servicing, maintenance, or repairs, consult your dealer or an
Authorized Sanyo Service Center.
Replacement timing of major parts
If the unit is used continuously, parts will become worn and deteriorated
depending on the environment of use.
It is recommended that parts be replaced approximately every 2 years
(Approximately 1,200,000 times) in order to maintain unit performance.
• Motor, cables used in mechanical parts, gears, etc.
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Specifications
Model name
Scanning system
Image sensor
Number of effective pixels
Horizontal resolution
Day/Night mode
Minimum illumination
(approx.)
Video output
Video S/N ratio
Lens
Depth of field
Ceiling
Wall
Preset
Pan/Tilt speed
Manual
Menu
Preset position
Auto mode
Backlight compensation
Pan/Tilt range
White balance
Gain control
Electronic shutter
Gamma
Aperture compensation
Sync system
Camera title
Privacy masking
Alarm input
Alarm output
Motion detector
VDC-DP9584S
VCC-P9574S
VDC-DP9585P
VCC-P9575P
NTSC standard 525 lines, 60 fields/sec.
PAL standard 625 lines, 50 fields/sec.
1/4" interline transfer method CCD
768 (H) x 494 (V)
752(H) x 582(V)
More than 520 TV lines
Auto (Low/High)
Auto (Low/High)
–
–
COLOR, B/W: External control
COLOR, B/W: External control
Gain high:
Gain high:
1.2 lx (F 1.9, COLOR mode)
Gain high: 1.9 lx (F 1.9)
1.2 lx (F 1.9, COLOR mode)
Gain high: 1.9 lx (F 1.9)
0.06 lx (F1.9, B/W mode)
0.06 lx (F1.9, B/W mode)
1.0 V(p-p)/75 Ω, composite, BNC
More than 48 dB (AGC off: More than 50 dB)
Built-in motorized zoom pan focus auto iris lens, f=2.8 - 7.3 mm (2.6x), F=1.9 - 3.0
Focus range: 1 m - ∞
Pan: 0 - 335 degrees, Tilt: 0 - 90 degrees
Pan: ±55 degrees, Tilt: 0 - 90 degrees
Max. 120 degrees/sec.
5 - 100 degrees/sec.
On screen display, password lock possible
16 positons
Sequential pan/Auto pan
Multi-spot metering (High/Normal)/Center zone metering/OFF
Auto-Tracing White Balance (ATW), One-Push (AWC), Manual White Balance (MWB),
Halogen light or incandescent lamp, etc. (3200), Daytime sunlight (5600), Fluorescent lighting (FLUO)
High/Normal/Off
1/60, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10000 sec.
1/50, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10000 sec.
0.45/1
High plus/High/Normal/Off
Internal sync/Line lock
ON/OFF, Up to 16 characters, adjustable title position
ON/OFF, Max. 8 masked locations
External x 2, NO/NC selectable, Alarm preset function, Alarm zoom function
External x 1, NO/NC selectable
ON/OFF, Motion zoom function
• The factory setting value is represented in bold.
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Specifications
Model name
Communications
VDC-DP9584S
VCC-P9574S
VDC-DP9585P
VCC-P9575P
Simplified controller (VAC-70: Separately ordered) supported
Coaxial control: SSP/H-SSP/PELCO-C, RS485:SSP/PELCO-D,
Communication protocol
Video out: Coaxial cable/Category 5 LAN cable (NVT built-in UTP video)
Waterproof Standard
IP66
–
IP66
–
-10°C - +50°C (14°F - 122°F)
-10°C - +50°C (14°F - 122°F)
-30°C - +50°C (-22°F - 122°F)
-30°C - +50°C (-22°F - 122°F)
Temperature • When heater (VA-50H: option
-10°C - +40°C (14°F - 104°F)
-10°C - +40°C (14°F - 104°F)
• When heater (VA-50H: option
Operating
board) is used with power
board) is used with power
environment
source connected
source connected
Humidity
Less than 90 % RH (no condensation)
24 V AC ±10%, 60 Hz
24 V AC ±10%, 50 Hz
Power supply
12 - 15 V DC
12 - 15 V DC
7W
Power consumption
Max. 14 W
Max. 14 W
(approx.)
• When heater (VA-50H: option
• When heater (VA-50H: option
–
–
board) turned on
board) turned on
Weight (approx.)
1.5 kg (52.9 oz)
640 g (22.6 oz)
1.5 kg (52.9 oz)
640 g (22.6 oz)
CD-ROM
CD-ROM
CD-ROM
CD-ROM
Installation manual
Installation manual
Installation manual
Installation manual
Warranty (with UL/FCC)
Warranty (with UL/FCC)
Clamping core
Clamping core
Accessory
Clamping core
Clamping core
Cushioning sheet
Cushioning sheet
Hexagonal wrench, Large and
Hexagonal wrench, Large and
Small
Small
• The appearance and specifications of the product are subject to change without notice.
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Up (On the wall)
Pattern sheet : mm (inch)
88.0 (3.5)
82.5 (3.3)
(VDC-DP9584S/VDC-DP9585P)
46.0 (1.9)
88.0 (3.5)
Position of the
arrow on the inner
side of the camera
unit base
■ Dimensions
)
ing
φ 162.0 (6.4)
114.8 (4.5)
e
t
n
o
n
(O
th
il
ce
Fr
Scale: 1/1
φ 100.5 (4.0)
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Pattern sheet : mm (inch)
(VCC-P9574S/VCC-P9575P)
45 .5 (1.8)
Up (On the wall)
■ Dimensions
ng
)
φ 150.9 (6.0)
51
ili
ce
e
th
n
t (O
on
φ 99.8 (4.0)
Fr
115.5 (4.5)
83.4 (3.3)
Scale: 1/1
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MEMO
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Screen Sequence
Main menu
·CAMERA
PRESET POSITION
AUTO MODE
AUTO RETURN
ALARM
PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
OPTION
PRESET
MENU
SET
1
SEQ
OFF
SET
SET
SET
SET
OFF
END
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
ON
·SYNC
BLC
IRIS
WHITE BALANCE
AGC GAIN
GAMMA
SHUTTER
APERTURE
DAY/NIGHT
INT
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
60
HIGH
AUTO y
PRESET NO.1
y
SEQ
PAN
SEQUENTIAL PAN
OFF
SET y
COAX
1
OFF
·ORDER
PAUSE TIME
SPEED
RUN
·MODE
TIME
PAN/TILT
AUTO PAN
STEP
5S
NORM
SET
·POSITION
PAUSE TIME
SPEED
RUN
AUTO RETURN
Go to page 54 B
ZOOM
PAN/TILT
·PRESET POSITION ON
PRESET ID
OFF
SKIP
OFF
OPTION
·TITLE
PRIVACY MASK
CONTROL
ADDRESS
ALARM LINE OUT
Go to page 54 A
STARTy
5S
NORM
SET
ALARM IN SETTING
SEQ
1M
·POLARITY
MOVE
ALARM OUT
SENSITIVITY
NO
OFF
OFF
<MOVE>
·
5
<TIME>
1
LANGUAGE
·LANGUAGE
LANGUE
IDIOMA
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
ALARM SETTING
1
·ALARM IN
NO
ALARM OUT
OFF
MOTION
SET
uAREA
SET
uSENSITIVITY
OFF
ZOOM
5S
uZOOM TIME
5S
DURATION
OFF
ALARM SIGN
yyy
y
·PASSWORD LOCK
OFF y
PASSWORD CHANGE SET y
·
53
1234
x
SET
SET
y
y
y
PASSWORD
PASSWORD
TEST
y
·
PASSWORD
PASSWORD
<NOW PASSWORD>
<NEW PASSWORD>
1234
x
SET
y
·
????
x
SET
y
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Screen Sequence
A
✱
B
·SYNC
BLC
IRIS
WHITE BALANCE
AGC GAIN
GAMMA
SHUTTER
APERTURE
DAY/NIGHT
PRESET
MENU
INT
OFF
SET y
ATW
NORM
0.45
60
HIGH
AUTO y
L-L
<V SYNC PHASE>
·
250
OFF
BACK
✱ VDC-DP9584S/VDC-DP9585P
AUTO
OFF
SET y
COAX
1
OFF
OFF
BACK
B/W
ID
485S
485P
????????????????
x
POSITION
SET y
20
AWC
LOW
OFF
TITLE SETTING
y
wABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789 :-
ON
<LEVEL>
·
AWC SETTING
·AWC LOCK
GO TO MWB
CONTROL SETTING
SET
SET
·BAUD RATE
TERMINATE
y
19200
OFF
·MASK 1
MASK 2
MASK 3
MASK 4
MASK 5
MASK 6
MASK 7
MASK 8
MASK SIZE
PREVIEW
PRESET
MENU
ON
y
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
NORM
SET y
OFF
BACK
MWB
DAY/NIGHT SETTING
·BURST
·TITLE
PRIVACY MASK
CONTROL
ADDRESS
ALARM LINE OUT
PRESET
MENU
IRIS SETTING
DAY/NIGHT SETTING
·LEVEL
BURST
OPTION
L-L SETTING
MWB SETTING
OFF
· R
43
B
66
DIRECTION
SIZE
POSITION
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Printed on recycled paper
1AC6P1P3047-L5BL2/US, XE, L5BM2/US, XE (0606KP-SY)
SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.
Printed in Japan
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