EPTZ1000 Outdoor Speed Dome EPTZ500 Indoor Speed Dome

EPTZ1000
Outdoor Speed Dome
EPTZ500
Indoor Speed Dome
USER MANUAL
Date: Sep. 26th, 2005
Table of Contents
1.
OUTDOOR/INDOOR SPEED DOME OVERVIEW...........1-4
1.1.
Introduction............................................................................................. 1-4
1.2.
Specifications ......................................................................................... 1-6
1.3.
Feature .................................................................................................... 1-7
1.3.1.
Profile of Outdoor and Indoor Speed Dome.................................. 1-7
1.3.2.
Base Board ...................................................................................... 1-9
1.3.3.
Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome Control Board............................... 1-10
1.4.
Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome Connection ...........................................1-11
1.5.
Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome Quick Operation Guide (Work with
Multi-Function Keyboard Controller) ................................................................ 1-12
2.
OUTDOOR/INDOOR SPEED DOME INSTALLATION ..2-13
2.1.
Packing List .......................................................................................... 2-13
2.2.
Cable Needed........................................................................................ 2-13
Power Cable................................................................................... 2-13
Video Cable.................................................................................... 2-14
Control Cable................................................................................. 2-14
Alarm Cable ................................................................................... 2-14
2.3.
Initial Setup ........................................................................................... 2-14
2.3.1.
Address Setting............................................................................. 2-15
2.3.2.
Communication Protocol Setting................................................. 2-18
2.3.3.
Transmission Speed Setting (Baud Rate Setting) ...................... 2-18
2.3.4.
Video Format Setting .................................................................... 2-19
1-1
2.3.5.
2.4.
2.5.
3.
RS-485 Bus Terminator Resistance ............................................. 2-19
Rack and Speed Dome Installation ..................................................... 2-21
2.4.1.
Installation Requirements............................................................. 2-21
2.4.2.
Outdoor Dome Camera Wall Mount Installation.......................... 2-21
2.4.3.
Indoor Dome Camera Installation ................................................ 2-25
Separately Sold Accessories............................................................... 2-28
2.5.1.
Pole mount..................................................................................... 2-28
2.5.2.
Pole adapter................................................................................... 2-28
2.5.3.
Corner mount................................................................................. 2-28
2.5.4.
Multi-Function Keyboard Controller ........................................... 2-28
OUTDOOR/INDOOR SPEED DOME SETUP MENU.....3-29
3.1.
Structure of the Setup Menu................................................................ 3-29
3.1.1.
4.
Camera Setup Menu ...................................................................... 3-30
OUTDOOR/INDOOR SPEED DOME FUNCTION SETUP
AND OPERATION ...................................................................4-34
4.1.
Manual Control Mode ........................................................................... 4-34
4.2.
Auto Pan Mode ..................................................................................... 4-34
4.3.
Position Setting .................................................................................... 4-34
4.4.
Tour Mode ............................................................................................. 4-35
4.5.
Alarm Link to a Position/Tour.............................................................. 4-36
4.6.
Other operations................................................................................... 4-36
APPENDIX A: The Alarm I/O Connection ..............................4-38
APPENDIX B: EverFocus Protocol........................................4-39
1-2
1-3
1. OUTDOOR/INDOOR SPEED DOME OVERVIEW
1.1. Introduction
Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome, an intelligent high-speed dome camera is ready to
secure your property with its omni-directional and exact monitoring. An 18X optical
and 12X digital zoom combining with a high-performance chip makes captured
images clear and vivid. The other powerful camera functions this type of speed dome
equips with:
PAL / NTSC image format suppose.
Auto and fast focus increases the searching speed and precision.
Auto Iris adjusts the monitoring image to the best brightness.
White Balance function makes the shades of color more natural in different
light conditions.
BLC (Backlight Compensation) function makes objects clear in a high
illumination background.
Color / B&W images auto switching to enhance the sensitivity in a low light
condition or at night.
Furthermore, the micro control unit enables camera a nimble and exact movement
from minimal 0.01/sec to maximal 360/sec. It can go to every preset position in 1
second. It also has other advantages such as:
192 preset positions are available.
16 cruise tours can be set, and each tour contains up to 16 positions.
Up to256 speed domes can be supported on a RS485 bus when all speed
domes are controlled by multi-function keyboard controller.
Auto heater and fan to fit all kinds of temperature.
1-4
Provide 4 alarm inputs and 1 alarm output.
All of the features make the intelligent high-speed dome camera works for a wide
range and demanding application such as banks, airports, stations, casinos, streets
of cities, intelligent buildings, and etc.
1-5
1.2. Specifications
Model
Outdoor
Indoor
Power Supply
Power consumption
Operating temperature
AC 24V
18W; 70W with heater
18W
40~+60
0~+40
Operating moisture
95%
Communication
RS-485
Communication speed
1200/2400/4800/9600bps
Horizontal rotation speed
0.1°/s360°/s (1-239 grade shift gears)
Horizontal rotation range
360° unlimited rotation
Tilt rotation range
89.5°
Auto flip
Rotates 180° when camera tilts to the vertical position
Auto zoom speed control
Control speed auto-adjusted according to zoom length
changing
Auto Pan, 2 points scanning
Can set freely
Auto Pan speed
1239 grade available
Dwell time (2 points)
1239 second available
Preset Positions
192 positions
Running to position speed
1239 grade available,0.1º/s360º/s
Dwell time at preset position
160s available
Tour
16 group
Tour point per group
16 preset positions
fan and heater auto starts Fan, Heater (outdoor model)
Position Accuracy
Alarm
±0.1°
4 in 1 out with tour/position auto triggering
Proportional Pan Speed
Yes
Built-in menu for functions
Yes
Built-in Protocols
EVF
Pelco-D
Communication
RS485
Address editable through
Yes
1-6
Pelco-P
DIP switch
Speed Dome Address
Manual Pan/tilt speed
0-255
Pan: 0.1º ~ 352º/s
Tilt: 0.1º ~ 352º/s
Video Output
BNC
Dimension
220(W) x 310(H) mm
Weight
3.2kg
1.3. Feature
1.3.1. Profile of Outdoor and Indoor Speed Dome
Outdoor Speed Dome
Wall Mount Bracket
M5 Bolt (Hex) x3
Base PCB board
Control board
Connection Bus
Housing
Power Cable
Inner Housing
BNC Cable
RS485 Cable
M3 Bolt x3
Mechanical Part
Bulb
Camera Module
1-7
Indoor Speed Dome
Power Cable
Base PCB board
BNC Cable
RS485 Cable
Control board
Housing
Clip
Connection Bus
Ceiling
Mechanical Part
Button
Camera Module
Bulb
1-8
1.3.2. Base Board
The base board that is on the bottom of the housing connects to power cable, video
cable, control cable, alarm cable, fan and heater (fan and heater are for Outdoor Speed
Dome only). In order to connect to cables, the board needs to be taken off, and put back
after finishing connecting to all cables. The connectors of cable names are marked on the
board in white text. The details of the alarm connector (JP5) are shown on the APPENDIX
A.
For Outdoor Speed Dome, JP1, JP3 and JP6 that are two-pin connectors on the base
board need to be taken off during installation. JP1 and JP3 are connectors for heater, and
they can be switched. JP6 is a fan controller connector that turns on/off of the fan. The 3
cables are too short to be connected to a wrong connector when putting them back.
RELAY
JP5
Video +
Video RS485 +
RS485 -
AC24
AC24
JP6
JP3
JP4
JP1
Outdoor Speed Dome Base board
1-9
AC24
AC24
RS485 -
RS485 +
Video -
Video +
RELAY
JP5
Indoor Speed Dome Base board
1.3.3. Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome Control Board
The PCB board with two dipswitches is the control board of speed dome. The two
switches are used to set address, protocol, Baud Rate, video format and terminator
resistance.
1
2
3
5
6
3
7
4
8
5
6
7
8
1-10
4
2
SW1
ON
1
ON
ID1
ID2
ID3
ID4
ID5
ID6
ID7
ID8
Protocol
SW2
BAUD
CPU
1.4. Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome Connection
110V AC
24V AC
POWER
24V AC / 3.5 A
Adapter
BNC
1.0Vpp 0.2V, 75 Ω
Video Out
RS485 Tx(+)
RS485 Control Line
RS485 Tx(-)
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Outdoor/
Indoor Speed
Dome
4 ALARM INPUTS
Alarm 4
GROUND
ALARM OUTPUTS
N.C.
N.O.
COM
1-11
1.5. Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome Quick Operation Guide (Work with Multi-Function
Keyboard Controller)
Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome and Multi-Function Keyboard Controller can work
together by using factory default setting. You just need to connect cables by following
the steps:
1. Connect the RS485 cable to Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome and a
Multi-Function Keyboard Controller.
2. Connect a video cable from Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome to a monitor.
3. Connect the power to the Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome and a Multi-Function
Keyboard Controller.
After the speed dome finishes the self-test mode, you can start to operate the
speed dome via the keyboard.
To operate the Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome:
UP
IRIS
+
Focus
F.
Zoom
In
Zoom OUT
Zoom IN
LEFT
-
N.
RIGHT
Out
DOWN
1. Shift the Joystick up/down or right/left to view from camera.
2. Turn the top of the Joystick to zoom in/out.
3. Press Zoom In/Out, Focus F. /N. and IRIS +/- function keys to operate the
Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome.
1-12
2. OUTDOOR/INDOOR SPEED DOME INSTALLATION
2.1. Packing List
There are 3 boxes that are housing, bulb and mechanical part with a camera module,
one wall mount bracket, one power adapter and one accessory packet in the package.
The detail accessories list below:
Housing x1
Bulb x1
Mechanical part with a camera module x1
Wall mount bracket x1
Adapter x1
Accessory packet
Glove x2
M5 Hex Allen wrench x1
Pin connector x1
M5 screw (Hex) x3 for wall mount bracket fixing
M3 screw x3 for bulb fixing
Anchor nut and wall mount screw x4
2.2. Cable Needed
Power Cable
An adapter with 24V AC/3.5A output provides the power to the speed dome. An
extension power line may be needed.
2-13
Note: The input AC voltage range of an adapter depends on different area.
Please make sure the voltage range before installing.
Video Cable
A BNC cable is used for connecting a speed dome to a DVR or a monitor. An amplifier
may be needed if the video cable is too long.
Control Cable
Basically, Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome uses a differential pair to connect to other
devices by cascading. A cable that has low signal decline can be used as a control cable.
Alarm Cable
An alarm cable is not included in the packing list. A suitable wire can be used as an
alarm cable.
2.3. Initial Setup
Initial setup includes dome address, communication protocol, transmission speed,
video format, and terminator resistance settings. All of the settings should be confirmed
before the dome is installed. The control-related setting that is address, communication
protocol and transmission speed have to be set consistently with the control device such
as a keyboard or a DVR.
Notice: Please make sure the power is off before setting, and restart the speed dome to
enable a new value after changing.
2-14
2.3.1. Address Setting
The address code of the Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome should be set to correspond
properly with a control device to control multiple dome cameras. The address codes
are made up by the dipswitch SW1 (8 bits) on the PCB board. The 8 bits dipswitch
indicates the binary coded of the address, and there are 256 addresses can be
selected (0 ~ 255, 28 = 256). It also means that there up to 256 dome cameras can
cascade on the RS485 bus. The dipswitch setting and the indicated address are
represented in the following chart.
Note: The factory default address is 1.
Notice: Please make sure the power is off before setting, and restart the speed dome
to enable a new value after changing.
1
2
3
6
7
4
8
5
6
7
8
2-15
5
3
4
2
ON
1
ON
SW1
ID1
ID2
ID3
ID4
ID5
ID6
ID7
ID8
Protocol
SW2
BAUD
CPU
Switch
Address
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
1
ON
1
ON
1
3
4
5
6
7
2
3
4
5
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7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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3
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5
6
7
8
ON
1
2
3
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6
7
8
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3
4
5
6
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ON
1
ON
1
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ON
1
2
3
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8
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3
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2
3
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ON
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ON
1
ON
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8
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3
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3
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ON
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ON
1
ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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8
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3
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5
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2
3
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ON
1
ON
1
4
1
7
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31
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8
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8
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3
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7
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ON
1
ON
1
ON
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3
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8
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ON
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8
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3
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ON
1
ON
1
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ON
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ON
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ON
1
ON
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ON
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ON
1
ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
1
ON
1
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7
8
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3
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8
2
3
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8
ON
1
ON
1
34
Switch
36
1
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ON
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ON
1
ON
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3
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
1
ON
1
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2-16
Switch
68
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ON
1
ON
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ON
1
ON
ON
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ON
1
ON
1
ON
1
ON
1
ON
1
ON
1
ON
1
ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
1
ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
1
ON
1
ON
1
ON
1
97
98
100
101
ON
1
96
99
ON
1
70
Address
ON
1
69
ON
1
65
8
ON
1
64
67
2
ON
1
38
Address
ON
1
37
ON
1
33
8
ON
1
32
35
2
ON
1
6
Address
ON
1
5
ON
1
2
8
ON
1
1
3
2
ON
1
0
Switch
102
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127
Switch
Address
ON
1
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8
ON
1
ON
1
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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ON
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2.3.2. Communication Protocol Setting
The 1st, 2nd and 3rd bits of the SW2 are used to set communication protocol. The
factory default protocol is EVF.
SW2
PELCO-D
PELCO-P
TYPE-A
ON
1
ON
1
ON
1
ON
1
ON
1
2
2
2
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2
Protocol
EVF - 1
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Baud Rate
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8
Maching Resistance
5
5
5
PAL / NTSC
Notice: Please make sure the power is off before setting, and restart the speed dome to
enable a new value after changing.
Set all of protocol switches to ON; the Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome will enter a
self-test mode.
2.3.3. Transmission Speed Setting (Baud Rate Setting)
The 4th and 5th bits of the SW2 on the PCB board are used to set the Baud Rate. The
default baud rate setting is 9600.
SW2
4800 BPS
2400 BPS
1200 BPS
ON
1
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1
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2
Protocol
9600 BPS
Baud Rate
PAL / NTSC
Maching Resistance
Notice: Please make sure the power is off before setting, and restart the speed dome to
enable a new value after changing.
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2.3.4. Video Format Setting
The 6th bits of the SW2 on the PCB board are used to set the video format. The
default video format depends on the factory setting. Please do not change it.
NTSC
SW2
ON
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1
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2
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PAL
Baud Rate
PAL / NTSC
Maching Resistance
Notice: Please make sure the power is off before setting, and restart the speed dome to
enable a new value after changing.
2.3.5. RS-485 Bus Terminator Resistance
For central controlling, the terminator resistance should be set for the device that is
the furthest one away from the controller. The 8th bit on the SW2 is a switch to enable or
disable the terminator resistance. When it is switched ON, the BUS terminator
resistance is connected.
SW2
ON
2
3
4
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5
5
6
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7
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8
8
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3
3
2
2
Baud Rate
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6
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8
Maching Resistance
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ON
1
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1
ON
1
Protocol
OFF
RS485
Keyboard
DVR
Control Unit
Ternimator
Resistance
ON
Note: When the dome is out of control, or does not work under control well, try to switch
the terminator resistance ON.
Notice: Please make sure the power is off before setting, and restart the speed dome to
enable a new value after changing.
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2.4. Rack and Speed Dome Installation
2.4.1. Installation Requirements
1. Installation should be handled by a qualified service agent and should comply with
all local regulations. Service personnel should expect potential problems such as
surface strength, surface material, falling objects, outer breaches, building vibration
or other similar conditions.
2. Check for all necessary materials, and ensure if the selected installation location is
suitable for the speed dome.
2.4.2. Outdoor Dome Camera Wall Mount Installation
Notice: Installation location that is a wall, a pole or a ceiling needs to support above five
times the total weight of the camera assembly (about 16 kg) to avoid shaken images, and
dropping.
1. Set wall mount bracket on the wall. Mark the center of the holes on the wall against
the bracket holes. Use a drill to make 4 holes that can be nailed 4 0.25” X 1.25”
screws at the marks.
Notice: The length of the screws depends on the surface material. The mentioned screws
are used in the normal concrete surface.
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2. Thread the cable through the hole in the wall mount bracket, and screw in 4 M8
nuts for mounting the bracket.
3. Take off the housing from the packing, and take off the base board (4 bolts on it.)
inside the housing. Thread the cable through the top of the housing. Fix the
housing on the wall mount bracket, and screw in 3 M5 bolts (Hex) on the top of the
bracket with the attached Hex Allen wrench to fix the housing.
M5 Bolt
Hex Allen wrench
RELAY
JP5
Video +
Video RS485 +
RS485 -
AC24
AC24
JP6
JP3
JP4
JP1
4. Connect the cable connectors to the nodes on the base board, and then fix the
base board in the housing by screwing 4 bolts on it.
Notice: Please notice the polarity of control line. The outdoor speed dome will not work if
the polarity of control line is mis-connected.
5. Align the two screw holes on the bottom of mechanical part to the two bolts on the
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base of the housing, and twist the mechanical part clockwise a little bit in order to
engage it with the base. Screw the two bolts on the base, and then connect and fix
the connection bus to the PCB board on the mechanical part.
Notice: The camera module on the mechanical part is very sensitive. Please be careful
when installing this part.
6. Remove the lens protection cover before installing the bulb. Align the 3 bolt holes
into the 3 housing bolt holes, and screw thee M3 bolts with the attached small
screw driver to fix the bulb.
M3 Blot
M3 Blot
GLOVE
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Notice: In order to protect the bulb from dirt and scrape, please put on the gloves before
installing the bulb.
7. Turn on the power, and start to operate the outdoor speed dome.
Note: When turning on the power, the outdoor speed dome will enter self-inspection mode,
and carry out a self-testing program. After finishing self-inspection, you can start to
operate the outdoor speed dome.
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2.4.3. Indoor Dome Camera Installation
1. Take off the hosing from the packing, and take off he PCB board (4 bolts on it) inside
the housing.
2. Cut the ceiling against the housing’s shape with a saw.
3. Thread the cable through the screw and the hole on the top of the housing, and tighten
up the screw to fix the cable
4. Place the housing into the hole that you just made. Fix the housing on the ceiling with
two clips, adjust the screws of clips to make the housing perfectly fit to the ceiling.
5. Connect the cable connectors to the nodes on the base board, and then fix the base
board in the housing by screwing 4 bolts on it.
RELAY
AC24
AC24
RS485 -
RS485 +
Video -
Video +
Cut the ceiling
JP5
Notice: Please notice the polarity of control line. The indoor speed dome will not work if
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the polarity of control line is mis-connected.
6. Align the two screw holes on the bottom of mechanical part to the two bolts on the
base of the housing, and twist the mechanical part clockwise a little bit in order to
engage it with the base. Screw the two bolts on the base, and then connect and fix the
connection bus to the PCB board on the mechanical part.
Notice: The camera module on the mechanical part is very sensitive. Please be careful
when installing this part.
7. Remove the lens protection cover before installing the bulb.
Screw the connection
wire to the housing in order to prevent the bulb from being drop down.
Align the 2
buttons on the bulb base with the 2 buttons on the housing, and push bulb base to clip
the housing.
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Connection wire
Button
Button
GLOVE
Notice: In order to protect the bulb from dirt and scrape, please put on the gloves before
installing the bulb.
8. Turn on the power, and start to operate the indoor speed dome.
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2.5. Separately Sold Accessories
2.5.1. Pole mount
The pole mount is used for installing a speed dome on the ceiling
indoors or outdoors.
The extension poles are available for the pole mount.
2.5.2. Pole adapter
The pole adapter is used for installing a wall mount bracket to a
pole indoors or outdoors.
2.5.3. Corner mount
The corner mounts are used for installing a wall mount bracket to a
270 corner of walls indoors or outdoors.
2.5.4. Multi-Function Keyboard Controller
Multi-Function System Controller
Capable of controlling PTZ, DVR and Monitor
3D Joystick control of PTZ function
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3. OUTDOOR/INDOOR SPEED DOME SETUP MENU
In this section, setup and operation guide of Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome will be
introduced. There are 22 items of the setting menu. However, there is only one line on
the line display, so using some combination keys to operate is necessary.
3.1. Structure of the Setup Menu
Press MENU to enter camera setup menu.
Press Shift + Joystick up/down to change subentries, and right/left to change the setting.
Items
Option
CAM ID
DZOOM
FOCUS
----------------OFF / ON
AUTO / MAN / ONE PUSH
NEGATIVE
COLOR
DISPLAY
OFF / ON
OFF / ON
OFF / ON
BACKLIGHT
WBC MODE
TITLE DISPLAY
OFF / ON
AUTO / INDOOR / OUTDOOR / MAN
OFF / ON
AUTO FLIP
ALM-IN1 SET
OFF / ON
N.O. / N.C. / OFF
ALM-IN2 SET
ALM-IN3 SET
ALM-IN4 SET
N.O. / N.C. / OFF
N.O. / N.C. / OFF
N.O. / N.C. / OFF
ALM-IN PRIO
ALM-OUT
LOAD DEFAULT
1234 / 2341 / 3421 / 4123
OFF / ON
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EXIT MENU
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3.1.1. Camera Setup Menu
Press MENU to enter camera setup menu.
Press Shift + Joystick up/down to change subentries, and right/left to change the setting.
1. CAM ID
The name assigned to the camera.
2. DZOOM
Digital zoom enable or disable.
ON: Enable a digital zoom.
OFF: Disable a digital zoom.
3. FOCUS
Focus type, auto focus and manual focus are available.
AUTO: Auto focus is enabled.
MAN: Manual focus is enabled.
ONE PUSH: Enable the one push trigger focus mode. The focus lens holds the same
position until the next trigger command is received. This function prevents
the wrong focus in dark.
4. NEGATIVE
Negative image.
ON: Enable a negative image.
OFF: Disable a negative image.
5. COLOR
Color display.
ON: Enable a color display.
OFF: Disable a color display, and show a B&W display.
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6. DISPLAY
Display system information and status.
ON: To display the system information and status on the screen.
OFF: Not to display the system information and status on the screen.
7. BACKLIGHT
Backlight compensation.
ON: Enable backlight compensation.
OFF: Disable backlight compensation.
8. WBC MODE
White balance mode.
AUTO: Auto white balance mode.
INDOOR: Indoor white balance mode.
OUTDOOR: Outdoor white balance mode.
MAN: Manual white balance mode.
9. TITLE DISPLAY : Display the title.
ON: Enable title display.
OFF: Disable title display.
10. AUTO FLIP
Flip the camera when it tilts to the 90 end.
ON: Enable auto flip.
OFF: Disable auto flip.
11. ALM-IN1 SET
The status of input alarm 1.
N.O.: Enable a normal open alarm input.
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N.C.: Enable a normal close alarm input.
OFF: Disable alarm input.
12. ALM-IN2 SET
The status of input alarm 2.
N.O.: Enable a normal open alarm input.
N.C.: Enable a normal close alarm input.
OFF: Disable alarm input.
13. ALM-IN3 SET
The status of input alarm 3.
N.O.: Enable a normal open alarm input.
N.C.: Enable a normal close alarm input.
OFF: Disable alarm input.
14. ALM-IN4 SET
The status of input alarm 4.
N.O.: Enable a normal open alarm input.
N.C.: Enable a normal close alarm input.
OFF: Disable alarm input.
15. ALM-IN PRIO
The priority of alarms.
1234: The alarm priority is 1>2>3>4.
2341: The alarm priority is 2>3>4>1.
3412: The alarm priority is 3>4>1>2.
4123: The alarm priority is 4>1>2>3.
16. ALM-OUT
Alarm output. There is a built-in relay to offer an alarm output.
ON: Enable alarm output.
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OFF: Disable alarm output.
17. LOAD DEFAULT
Load default setting.
Select this item, and then press “Enter” to load default setting.
Press “Clr” + “Menu” whenever you want to quit menu setting.
18. EXIT : To exit.
Select this item, and then press “Enter” to quit setting.
Press “Clr” + “Menu” whenever you want to quit menu setting.
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4. OUTDOOR/INDOOR SPEED DOME FUNCTION SETUP AND
OPERATION
4.1. Manual Control Mode
Manual control: Shift Joystick Up/Down/Left/Right, and turn it
Clockwise/Counterclockwise to control speed dome.
Use the control keys which are Zoom, Focus and IRIS function keys on the
keyboard to zoom In/Out, focus N (near)/F (Far), or IRIS +/-.
HOME Mode: The camera view will go back to the home position when there is no
keyboard operation in a specific time. The home position and the specific time can
be set by press Set + Home.
4.2. Auto Pan Mode
Two point auto pan: Press A.Pan to enter the auto pan mode, and then the
system will ask you to enter the auto pan speed (1~239). Press Enter to start auto
pan.
In order to set the two points, press Set + A.Pan, and then enter the dwell time
(1~239 seconds) of each point.
360° auto pan: Press Shift + A.Pan to enter the 360° auto pan. The camera will
turn 360° automatically, but not tilt.
4.3. Position Setting
Focus on a preset position: Press the number key, and then press Position to
focus on the number of preset position; or you can press Position, then enter the
preset position number, and then press Enter to focus on the number of preset
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position.
Preset a position: Shift the Joystick to the position you would like to preset, and
then press Shift + Position. The system will ask you to enter the preset position
number (1~239), and then press Enter to save the position. There are up to 192
positions can be preset.
Set the parameter of a preset position: Press Set + Position to set the parameter
of a preset position. You can set the going-to speed (1~239), dwell time (1~239
seconds), and the title of the position. Shift the joystick Right/Left to change bits,
and shift the Joystick Up/Down to change the alphanumeric characteristic. The
available alphanumeric characteristics are 0~9, A~Z, &, ?, !, :, ‘, ., ,, /, -, and a
space.
Delete a preset position: Press Clr + Position to delete a preset position. The
system will ask you to enter the position number that you would like to delete, and
then press Enter.
4.4. Tour Mode
In the tour mode, you can set a tour for viewing. There are 16 tours can be set, and 16
preset positions in a tour.
One-way tour Mode: Press Tour to enter the tour mode. The system will ask you
to enter the tour number you would like to run, and starts the tour after pressing
Enter. To preset a tour before running it is necessary.
Preset a one-way tour: Press Set + Tour to preset a one-way tour. The system will
ask you to enter preset position numbers (The positions need to be preset). After
finish entering all positions, press Stop to quit, and then press Enter to save the
tour.
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To-and-fro tour mode: Press Shift + Tour to run a to-and-fro tour. The system will
ask you to enter the tour number you would like to run, and starts the tour after
pressing Enter. To preset a tour before running it is necessary.
Note: The difference between the One-way tour mode and To-and-fro tour mode is that
the return modes are different. For example: There is a tour with 3 preset positions 1, 2
and 3. The camera runs 123123 in the One-way tour mode, and 12321 in
the To-and-fro tour mode.
4.5. Alarm Link to a Position/Tour
The Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome has 4 alarm inputs that can be set to link to a position
or a tour when an alarm is triggered.
Set an alarm link:
Press F1 to set an alarm link. Enter the alarm number, and then press Enter .
Switch the Joystick up/down to select a position or a tour, enter a position or tour
number, and then press Enter to confirm the alarm link setting.
Delete an alarm link:
Press Clr + F1 to delete a link of alarm to position/tour.
4.6. Other operations
The Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome can work with a DVR that has PTZ control
functions, and a matching protocol. The available control functions depend on
different DVRs.
The Outdoor/Indoor Speed Dome can work with a keyboard that has PTZ control
functions, and a matching protocol. The available control functions depend on
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different keyboards.
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APPENDIX A: The Alarm I/O Connection
There are 4 alarm inputs and 1 alarm output available. The alarm I/O connector that is
marked as JP5 is a nine-pin connector. It is located on the PCB board of the housing.
1
~
AC24
AC24
RS485 +
RS485 -
Video -
Video +
JP5
9
RELAY
JP5
RELAY
JP5
Video +
Video RS485 +
RS485 -
AC24
JP5
AC24
JP6
JP3
JP4
JP1
1
Outdoor speed dome base board
Pin #
Function
1
Alarm Input 4
2
Ground
3
Alarm Input 3
4
Alarm Input 2
5
Ground
6
Alarm Input 1
7
Normal Open (N.O.)
8
Common (COM)
9
Normal Close (N.C.)
~
9
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APPENDIX B: Protocol
! " "! # $ % & % ! ' $ ( ! ) ! * + $ ! % , ! - ! " "! # $ % & % ! ' $ ( ! ) ! * + $ ! "! - % , ! " % , , $ . / # "0$ 1 " 2 3 4 5 6 & 3 , 4 ( 7 5 4 ! 6 # % , 6 0 "0 # 0 ' 0 ) 0 * ! 8
9
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" $ : ! "! # ! ' ! ) ! * ! ! : ; < = $ > < : 2 2 " $ . $ 1 = + $ ; 2 : 5 ? $ = $ > < 00
; : ) : 5 % ( : " : 1 9 : # : ? & % : ' : 1 9 , : ) : 1 9 ( : * : : @ 5 " & :
0
0
1 : A = : A = 5 % ! 1 : # A = : 00
1 & , : : 5 % ? & % , : : ? & % ( : - : : - " :
0
0
$ > : @ & : & 5 % $ : & : B = : & : B A : & : , : & : , < : 5 & : , 9 , : : 00
, , & , : & , : & , * , , : " & , : 00
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: ) : @ " ! = : * : 00
, : & , : & , * & , : - : @ " ! , : @ : 00
& 1 & : : @ " ! & 1 & : 5 - : , 1 & : - "- ) & , : & , * , 1 & : - * - @ : 00
: : @ " ! : : 5 % ( : " ( : ( 5 % ! : # : 00
. : ' : A . : ) A = : A = 5 % , ! 5 . > C : * 9 9 : 9 9 C 9 9 7 ! 00
: : @ " ! 0
0
, 2 , : @
: 5 , : : "5 , : : # , , , : : ' , , ( : : ) , , 9 : : * , , & % : : : : - 9 "" $ $ 5 % ! 4-41
: ! "! # ! ' ! ) ! * ! ! - ! : ; < = $ > < : 2 2 " $ . $ 1 = + $ = " ; 2 : 5 ? $ = $ > < 0 0 % 3 : > : > 4 # ! : : 4 & % 7 9 ! : : 4 , 7 ( ! ::
: : 5 % : : 5 % 0 0 : ) % : @ : : % $ $ : : 4 : : , , : : D D 7 9 : : % ::
: : @ "
0 0
? : ) ) - : ::
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P/N: MW01G00500
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