Hikvision Security &amp

Hikvision Security &amp
HD-TVI Speed Dome
User Manual
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Thank you for purchasing our product. If there is any question or request, please do not hesitate to
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This manual is applicable to HD-TVI Speed Domes.
This manual may contain several technically inaccurate points or printing errors, and the content is
subject to change without notice. The figures in this manual are for reference only. The updates will
be added into the new version of this manual. We will readily improve or update the products or
procedures described in the manual.
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Regulatory Information
FCC Information
FCC compliance: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
FCC Conditions
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
EU Conformity Statement
This product and - if applicable - the supplied accessories too are marked with "CE"
and comply therefore with the applicable harmonized European standards listed
under the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC, the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC, the
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU.
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of as unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. For proper recycling, return
this product to your local supplier upon the purchase of equivalent new
equipment, or dispose of it at designated collection points.
2006/66/EC (battery directive): This product contains a battery that cannot be
disposed of as unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. See the product
documentation for specific battery information. The battery is marked with this
symbol, which may include lettering to indicate cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), or
mercury (Hg). For proper recycling, rturn the battery to your supplier or to a
designated collection point.
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Safety Instruction
These instructions are intended to ensure that the user can use the product correctly to avoid
danger or property loss.
The precaution measure is divided into ‘Warnings’ and ‘Cautions’:
Warnings: Serious injury or death may be caused if any of these warnings are neglected.
Cautions: Injury or equipment damage may be caused if any of these cautions are neglected.
Warnings Follow these safeguards to Cautions Follow these precautions to
prevent serious injury or death.
prevent potential injury or material
damage.
Warnings:
 Please adopt the power adapter which can meet the safety extra low voltage (SELV) standard.
Refer to the specification manual for the standard of power adapter and the power
consumption cannot be less than the required value.
 Do not connect several devices to one power adapter as an adapter overload may cause
over-heating and can be a fire hazard.
 When the product is installed on a wall or ceiling, the device should be firmly fixed.
 To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose the indoor used product to rain or
moisture.
 This installation should be made by a qualified service person and should conform to all the local
codes.
 Please install blackouts equipment into the power supply circuit for convenient supply
interruption.
 If the product does not work properly, please contact your dealer or the nearest service center.
Never attempt to disassemble the product yourself. (We shall not assume any responsibility for
problems caused by unauthorized repair or maintenance.)
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Cautions:
 Make sure the power supply voltage is correct before using the product.
 Do not drop the product or subject it to physical shock. Do not install the product on vibratory
surface or places.
 Do not expose it to high electromagnetic radiating environment.
 Do not aim the lens at the strong light such as sun or incandescent lamp. The strong light can
cause fatal damage to the product.
 The sensor may be burned out by a laser beam, so when any laser equipment is being used,
make sure that the surface of the sensor not be exposed to the laser beam.
 Do not place the dome in extremely hot, cold, dusty or damp locations, otherwise fire or
electrical shock will occur. Refer to the Specification for the details of operating temperature.
 To avoid heat accumulation, good ventilation is required for a proper operating environment.
 While shipping, the product should be packed in its original packing.
 Please use the provided glove when open up the product cover. Do not touch the product cover
with fingers directly, because the acidic sweat of the fingers may erode the surface coating of
the product cover.
 Please use a soft and dry cloth when clean inside and outside surfaces of the product cover. Do
not use alkaline detergents.
 Improper use or replacement of the battery may result in hazard of explosion. Please use the
manufacturer recommended battery type.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Overview .............................................................................................................................................. 6
1.1
Description ........................................................................................................................................................... 6
1.2
Functions .............................................................................................................................................................. 6
Chapter 2
Getting Started ..................................................................................................................................... 9
2.1
Power-up Action ................................................................................................................................................... 9
2.2
Basic Operations ................................................................................................................................................. 10
2.3
System-defined Presets ...................................................................................................................................... 10
2.4
On-screen Displays ............................................................................................................................................. 11
Chapter 3
Menu Operation ..................................................................................................................................12
3.1
Accessing and Operating the Menu ................................................................................................................... 13
3.2
Configuring System Information ........................................................................................................................ 13
3.2.1
Checking System Information......................................................................................................................... 13
3.2.2
Configuring System Parameters ..................................................................................................................... 14
3.3
Configuring Image Parameters ........................................................................................................................... 18
3.3.3
Configuring Camera Parameters .................................................................................................................... 18
3.3.4
Configuring Privacy Mask .............................................................................................................................. 23
3.3.5
Configuring Output Standard ......................................................................................................................... 25
3.3.6
Configuring IR Parameters ............................................................................................................................. 25
3.4
Configuring PTZ Control Parameters .................................................................................................................. 26
3.4.1
Configuring PTZ Parameters .......................................................................................................................... 26
3.4.2
Configuring Presets ........................................................................................................................................ 29
3.4.3
Configuring Patrols ........................................................................................................................................ 30
3.4.4
Configuring Patterns ...................................................................................................................................... 31
3.4.5
Configuring Timing Tasks ............................................................................................................................... 33
3.4.6
Configuring Zone ............................................................................................................................................ 35
3.5
Configuring and Handling Alarms ...................................................................................................................... 36
3.5.1
Configuring Alarm Input and Linkage Actions ................................................................................................ 36
3.5.2
Configuring Alarm Parameters ....................................................................................................................... 37
3.5.3
Configuring Alarm Output .............................................................................................................................. 38
3.6
Others................................................................................................................................................................. 39
3.6.1
Restoring Default Dome Settings ................................................................................................................... 39
3.6.2
Restoring Default Camera Settings ................................................................................................................ 39
3.6.3
Rebooting the Dome ...................................................................................................................................... 39
Appendix .....................................................................................................................................................................40
Appendix 1 Lightning & Surge Protection ....................................................................................................................... 40
Appendix 2 RS485 Bus Connection ................................................................................................................................. 41
Appendix 3 24VAC Wire Gauge & Transmission Distance .............................................................................................. 44
Appendix 4 Wire Gauge Standards ................................................................................................................................. 45
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Chapter 1 Overview
1.1 Description
Integrated with the built-in pan/tilt unit, the E series speed dome features highly sensitive response
and reliable performance. The speed dome can be adopted in various surveillance fields with its
full-integral functions and features, such as corridor, large venue, meeting room, station,
neighborhoods, etc.
1.2 Functions
The functions vary according to the different models of the speed dome.
 Coaxial Control
The speed dome with a specified DVR or controller can be sent the control signals via coaxial cable
(BNC cable).
 High-Definition Output
The resolution of the output image can be up to 1080P.
 Limits
The dome can be programmed to move within the limits(left/right, up/down).
 Self-adaptive Protocol
While using RS485 control, the speed dome is compatible with PELCO-D, PELCO-P and PRIVATE-Code,
etc., and is capable of being self-adaptive to these protocols without selecting protocol by DIP
switch settings. While using coaxial control, the speed dome is self-adaptive to PELCO-D and
PRIVATE-Code protocols.
 Keyboard Control
The pan/tilt movement and zoom actions of dome can be controlled by the control keyboard, DVR,
matrix, etc.
 Scan Modes
The dome provides 5 scan modes: auto scan, tilt scan, frame scan, random scan and panorama scan.
 Preset Freezing
This feature freezes the scene on the monitor when the dome is moving to a preset. This allows for
smooth transition from one preset scene to another. It also guarantees that masked area will not be
revealed when the dome is moving to a preset.
 Presets
A preset is a predefined image position. When the preset is called, the dome will automatically
move to the defined position. The presets can be added, modified, deleted and called.
 Label Display
The on-screen label of the preset title, PT display, zoom, and time can be displayed on the monitor.
 Auto Flips
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In manual tracking mode, when a target object goes directly beneath the dome, the video will
automatically flips 180 degrees in horizontal direction to maintain continuity of tracking. This
function can also be realized by auto mirror image depending on different camera models.
 Privacy Mask
This function allows you to block or mask certain area of a scene, for preventing the personal
privacy from recording or live viewing. A masked area will move with pan and tilt functions and
automatically adjust in size as the lens zooms telephoto and wide.
 3D Positioning
In the client software, use the left key of mouse to click on the desired position in the video image
and drag a rectangle area in the lower right direction, then the dome system will move the position
to the center and allow the rectangle area to zoom in. Use the left key of mouse to drag a rectangle
area in the upper left direction to move the position to the center and allow the rectangle area to
zoom out.
 Proportional Pan/Tilt
Proportional pan/tilt automatically reduces or increases the pan and tilt speeds according to the
amount of zoom. At telephoto zoom settings, the pan and tilt speeds will be slower than at wide
zoom settings. This keeps the image from moving too fast on the live view image when there is a
large amount of zoom.
 Auto Focus
The auto focus enables the camera to focus automatically to maintain clear video images.
 Day/Night Auto Switch
The speed domes deliver color images during the day. And as light diminishes at night, the speed
domes switch to night mode and deliver black and white images with high quality.
 Slow Shutter
In slow shutter mode, the shutter speed will automatically slowdown in low illumination conditions
to maintain clear video images by extending the exposure time. The feature can be enabled or
disabled.
 Backlight Compensation (BLC)
If you focus on an object against strong backlight, the object will be too dark to be seen clearly. The
BLC (Backlight Compensation) function can compensate light to the object in the front to make it
clear, but this causes the over-exposure of the background where the light is strong.
 Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
The wide dynamic range (WDR) function helps the camera provide clear images even under back
light circumstances. When there are both very bright and very dark areas simultaneously in the field
of view, WDR balances the brightness level of the whole image and provide clear images with
details.
 White Balance (WB)
White balance can remove the unrealistic color casts. White balance is the white rendition function
of the camera to adjust the color temperature according to the environment automatically.
 Patrol
A patrol is a memorized series of pre-defined preset function. The scanning speed between two
presets and the dwell time at the preset are programmable.
 Pattern
A pattern is a memorized series of pan, tilt, zoom, and preset functions. By default the focus and iris
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are in auto status during the pattern is being memorized.
 Power Off Memory
The dome supports the power off memory capability with the predefined resume time. It allows the
dome to resume its previous position after power is restored.
 Time Task
A time task is a preconfigured action that can be performed automatically at a specific date and
time. The programmable actions include: pan scan, random scan, patrol 1-8, pattern 1-4, preset 1-8,
frame scan, panorama scan, tilt scan, day, night, and none.
 Park Action
This feature allows the dome to start a predefined action automatically after a period of inactivity.
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Chapter 2 Getting Started
2.1 Power-up Action
After the speed dome is power-on, it will perform a series of self-test actions. It runs the pan
checking firstly, then the tilt checking and the camera checking at last. After the power-up actions,
the system information will be displayed for 2 minutes on the live view screen as shown below.
XX-XXXXX-XX
SN
XXXXXXXX
ADDRESS
0
COM FORMAT
2400,8,1
PROTOCOL
SELF ADAPTIVE
FIRMWARE
X.XX
HARDWARE
X.XX
BUILD DATE
XX XX XX
Figure 2-1 System Information
Table 2-1 Descriptions of the System Information
System Info
Description
SN
The serial No. of the speed dome, which is unique.
ADDRESS
The default communication address of the speed dome.
COM Format


The communication settings of the speed dome, including baudrate
(2400 by default), data bit (8 by default) and stop bit (1 by default)
PROTOCOL
It is for the communication with other devices.
FIRMWARE
The version of the firmware.
HARDWARE
The version of the hardware.
BUILD DATE
The date when the program of the software is compiled.
You have to configure the address and the baudrate for the speed dome the same as those in
the control devices.
The speed dome is self-adaptive to the PELCO-D, PELCO-P, PRIVATE-Code, VICON, and
KALATEL-312 protocols.
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2.2 Basic Operations
You can operate the speed dome using a control device, including the control keyboard, DVR, DVS,
etc. In this manual, accessing the speed dome via the web browser will be taken as an example.
Panning and tilting:
Click the direction buttons to control the pan and tilt movement of the speed dome.
Zooming:
Click the ZOOM+ and ZOOM- buttons to control the zooming.
Focusing:
Click the FOCUS+ and FOCUS- buttons to adjust the focus.
Iris:
Click the IRIS+ and IRIS- buttons to adjust the iris.
2.3 System-defined Presets
Purpose:
The section lists the system-defined presets with special functions. These presets cannot be edited
but can be only called through a control device, e.g. a DVS or web browser. To call the
system-defined presets remotely, you can choose the preset number from the list in the PTZ control
panel. Please refer to table below for details.
For instance, preset 99 is the “Start auto scan”. If you call the preset 99, the speed dome starts auto
scan function.
Table 2-2 System-defined Presets
Preset NO.
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
46
92
Function
Auto-flip
Return to home position
Patrol 1
Patrol 2
Patrol 3
Patrol 4
IR cut filter in
IR cut filter out
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
Enable fast patrol
Enable limits
Preset NO.
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
Function
Set manual limits
Remote reboot
Access main menu
Stop scanning
Start random scanning
Start frame scanning
Start auto scanning
Start tilt scanning
Start panorama scanning
Patrol 5
Patrol 6
Patrol 7
Patrol 8
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2.4 On-screen Displays
The speed dome supports following on-screen displays:
Zoom Show: Identifies the amount of magnification. The format is ZXXX. XXX is the zoom amount.
PT Show: Displays panning and tilting direction, with the format of NEXXX/TXXX. The NE followed
with XXX indicates the degrees in north east direction, while the T followed with XXX indicates the
degrees in tilt position.
Time Show: Displayed as Day/Month/Year/Day of Week/Hour/Minute. It supports 24-hour time
system.
Preset Show: After you call the configured preset, the preset number is displayed if the lens moves
to the certain place where you’ve set a preset for.
Zone Show: Display the zone title.
Address Show: Display the address of the speed dome.
Error Rate Show: Display the error rate of the speed dome.
Fan and Heat show: Display the heat information of the speed dome.
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Chapter 3 Menu Operation
 The operation interface of the different speed domes may differ. Please refer to the actual
operation interface.
 You can click the left and right direction buttons in the PTZ control panel via the web browser of
the DVR to enter the next page or return to the previous page of the submenu if more than one
page is available.
MAIN MENUS
RESTORE
SETTINGS
DOME
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
INFO
ADDRESS
BUILD DATE
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
PATTERNS
COM
FORMAT
CAM
VERSION
CAMERA
SETTINGS
PRIVACY
MASK
PROTOCOL
PARAM
DATE
IR SETTINGS
ALARM
INPUT
FIRMWARE
TEMPERATURE
MOTION
SETTINGS
ALARM
OUTPUT
PRESETS
ZONES
PATROLS
VIDEO
SETTINGS
HARDWARE
RESTORE
CAMERA
REBOOT
DOME
LANGUAGE
TIMING
TASKS
Figure 3-1 Menu Structure
Before you start:
You can operate the speed dome using the on-screen display menu remotely by connecting to a
DVR or a DVS (encoder).
Examples of entering speed dome menu are listed as follows:
 Enter the menu by pressing buttons: PTZ -> REC -> 9 -> 5 on the front panel of the DVR.
 Enter the menu by pressing buttons: CALL -> 9 -> 5 -> ENTER on the keyboard.
 Enter the menu via the web browser of a DVR/DVS.
Menu operations via the web browser of a DVR will be taken as an example in this chapter.
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3.1 Accessing and Operating the Menu
To enter the main menu:
Steps:
1. Connect the video and RS-485 cables of speed dome to a DVR.
2. Visit the DVR via the web browser.
3. View the live video of the speed dome.
4. For PELCO-P/D and other private PTZ protocols, call preset 95 from the preset list in the PTZ
control panel of the DVR.
MAIN MENUS
<SYSTEM INFO>
<DOME SETTINGS>
<RESTORE SETTINGS>
<RESTORE CAMERA>
<REBOOT DOME>
<LANGUAGE>
ENGLISH
EXIT
Figure 3-2 Main Menu
To move the cursor and operate the menu:
 Move the cursor up/down: On the live view page of the web browser, click up/down direction
buttons or FOCUS + and FOCUS - buttons in the PTZ control panel to move the cursor up and
down.
 Enter/Exit: On the live view page of the web browser, click IRIS+ to enter a submenu; move the
cursor to Exit and click IRIS+ to exit.
To change the value of a parameter:
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to the target item and click IRIS+ button. You can see the shape of cursor
changes.
2. Click the up/down or left/right buttons in the PTZ control panel to choose the value from the
selectable value list.
3. Press IRIS+ to confirm the change or click IRIS- to cancel and restore the original value. You can
see the shape of cursor changes again.
3.2 Configuring System Information
3.2.1 Checking System Information
Purpose:
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System information menu displays the current system information of the speed dome, including
model, address, protocol, etc. The information shown on this submenu is similar to the system
information shown after the power-up action. Please refer to Section 2.1 for more details.
Enter the system information display menu:
MAIN MENUS > SYSTEM INFO
SYS INFO
SYS INFO
CAM VERSION
DS-XXXXX-X
ADDRESS
PARAM DATE
0
COM FORMAT
PROTOCOL
X.XX
XX XX XX
TEMPERATURE
2400,8,1
38
SELF ADAPTIVE
VERSION
1.00
HARDVERSION
BUILD DATE
1.00
13 04 01
BACK
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
Figure 3-3 System Information
 Information on this menu cannot be edited.
 The temperature refers to the internal temperature of the speed dome.
3.2.2 Configuring System Parameters
Purpose:
You can check and also edit the system information of software address, baud rate, system time, etc.
on the system information settings menu.
MAIN MENUS > DOME SETTINGS > SYSTEM SETTINGS
SYSTEM SETTINGS
SOFT ADDRESS
SYSTEM SETTINGS
1
SYSTEM SETTINGS
ANGLE ZERO
PROTOCOL STATUS
OFF
<DISPLAY SETTINGS>
PROTOCOL
AUTO MATCH
SOFT BAUDRATE
2400
HEAT CONTROL
TEMP
485 CHECK
AUTO
SET SOFT BAUD
OFF
FAN CONTROL
TEMP
MEMORY TIME
BROADCAST ADDR
ON
EIS SETTINGS
OFF
COAXIAL CONTROL
PELCO CHECKSUM
ON
EIS LEVEL
N/A
PROTOCOL-C
SET SOFT ADDR
SYSTEM TIME
BACK
PRESET FOCUS
EXIT
BACK
OFF
180S
ON
AUTO
OFF
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
Figure 3-4 System Information Settings
You can click the left and right direction buttons in the PTZ control panel via the web browser of
the encoder to enter the next page and return to the previous page of the submenu if more
than one page is available.
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 Dome address settings
To Set the Soft Address of the Speed Dome
If the SET SOFT ADDR is set as ON, the soft address is the valid address for connecting the speed
dome. The selectable soft address range is from 1 to 255;
If the SET SOFT ADDR is set as OFF, the hard address set by the DIP switch is the valid address of the
speed dome.
 Before you set the soft address of the speed dome, you need to confirm that it is within the
control range of the control device (e.g. the DVR).
 After you enable/disable the soft address, the speed dome will reboot automatically to activate
the settings.
To Set the Broadcast Address of the Speed Dome
When the BROADCAST ADDR is set to ON, the control device with address 0 is capable of
controlling all domes connected to it.
 Soft Baud Rate Settings
If the SET SOFT BAUD is set as ON, the soft baud rate is the valid baud rate for the speed dome,
with 2400, 4800, 9600 and 19200 selectable.
If the SET SOFT BAUD is set as OFF, the baud rate should be set by the DIP switch.
After you enable/disable the soft baud rate, the speed dome will reboot automatically to
activate the settings.
 PELCO Checksum
The PELCO CHECKSUM is used for Pelco-P and Pelco-D protocols. If the video turns to slack or
uncontrollable, you can set the PELCO CHECKSUM as ON to improve the video quality.
 System Time Configuration
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to SYS TIME using the direction buttons and click IRIS+ to enter.
(2) Click the left/right direction buttons to position the cursor on the specific item
(year/month/day or hour/minute/second) of which you want to change the value.
(3) Click the up/down direction buttons to increase/decrease the value.
(4) Click IRIS+ button to confirm the settings and exit.
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Y- M- D
12 12 12
H- M- S
15 33 25
IRIS +
OK
IRIS -
CANCEL
Figure 3-5 Set the System Time
 Angle Zero Configuration
Purpose:
You can define the angle zero of the speed dome on the ANGLE ZERO submenu.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to ANGLE ZERO using the direction buttons and click IRIS+ to enter.
(2) Click the left/right/up/down direction buttons to adjust the monitor angle of the speed dome.
(3) Click IRIS+ button to confirm the settings and exit.
 Display Settings
Purpose:
You can enable or disable the on-screen display of PTZ movements, alarms, time, presets, zone,
address, error rate, and fan/heat show, etc.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to DISPLAY SETTINGS using the direction buttons and click IRIS+ to enter.
(2) Move the cursor to the target item and click IRIS+ and click up/down direction buttons to
choose each display mode as ON or OFF, and define each display time as 2 seconds, 5 seconds
or 10 seconds.
(3) Click IRIS+ button to confirm the settings.
If you enable the OSD for both ZOOM RATIO and P/T ANGLE, while calling a preset, the preset
No. will be displayed on the screen till the preset scene passes.
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DISPLAY SETTINGS
DISPLAY SETTINGS
ZOOM RATIO
ON
ADDRESS
P/T ANGLE
ON
ERROR RATE
OFF
ALARM
OFF
FAN/HEAT
OFF
TIME
ON
PRESET LABEL
ON
ZONE
OFF
BACK
EXIT
BACK
OFF
EXIT
Figure 3-6 Display Settings
The speed dome shows the viewing direction when you manually control it to rotate.
Table 1-1 Viewing Direction Display
Display
N
NE
E
SE
S
SW
Indication North Northeast East Southeast South Southwest
W
West
NW
Northwest
The north direction refers to the angle zero.
 Heat Parameter Configuration
You can set the HEAT CONTROL as TEMP (controlled by the temperature), ON or OFF.
 Fan Parameter Configuration
You can set the FAN CONTROL as TEMP (controlled by the temperature), ON or OFF.
 EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization) Configuration
You can set the EIS FUNCTION as ON or OFF; and set the EIS LEVEL as 0-3.
The selectable EIS level varies according to the different camera models.
 Preset Direct Focus
You can set the preset direct focus function ON/OF on PRESET DFOCUS submenu.

Protocol and RS-485 settings
 Select the protocol.
Choose the protocol on PROTOCAL submenu. You can configure it as AUTO MATCH, PELCO-P,
PELCO-D, or HIKVISION. When you choose AUTO MATCH, it is protocol self-adaptive.
 Set the protocol status.
Set the PROTOCOL STATUS as ON to enable the user-defined protocol.
 Enable the RS-485 configuration diagnosis.
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You can set 485 CHECK as ON or AUTO for automatic RS-485 configuration diagnosis. If the
configuration is incorrect, an alert will be received; if you set the value as AUTO, it will
automatically stop the diagnosis when no errors exist.
 Power Memory Settings
The dome can resume its previous PTZ status after it restarted from a power-off when it stops at a
position longer than the predefined time. You can set the memory time to 10S, 30S, 60S, 180S, and
300S.
 Coaxial Control
The Coaxial transmission function can be enabled to transmit the RS485 signal along with the video
signal via the BNC cable. If the connected encoding device supports the Coaxial transmission as well,
the RS485 cable will not be necessary.
Steps:
1) Enable the Coaxial control function by setting the option of COAXIAL CONTROL to ON.
2) Select the Coaxial control protocol, there are HIK-C, PELCO-C and AUTO selectable.
The transmission protocol of the connected encoding device should be set the same as the
speed dome to support the coaxial transmission.
3.3 Configuring Image Parameters
3.3.3 Configuring Camera Parameters
Purpose:
You can set the camera parameters including focus, shutter speed, iris, etc.
Enter the camera parameters settings menu:
MAIN MENUS > DOME SETTINGS >CAMERA SETTINGS
CAMERA
CAMERA
FOCUS
AF
BLC/WDR
ZOOM LIMIT
22
BLC LEVEL
N/A
ZOOM SPEED
HIGH
EXP MODE
AUTO
SLOW SHUTTER
ON
DAY/NIGHT
AUTO
IRIS
10
SHUTTER
50
D/N SENSITIVITY
1
GAIN
SHARPNESS
8
EXPOSURE COMP
BACK
EXIT
OFF
N/A
BACK
7
EXIT
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CAMERA
WB MODE
CAMERA
AUTO
RED
MIN. ZOOM LIMIT
210
CHROMA SUPPRESS
BLUE
150
SATURATION
IMAGE FLIP
OFF
CONTRAST
FOCUS LIMIT
1M
SCENE MODE
2D DNR
1
HLC
3D DNR
2
SHARPNESS COMP
BACK
EXIT
CAMERA
2.0
GAIN LIMIT
15
1
DEFOG
OFF
1
INIT LENS
OFF
OFF
INDOOR
ON
BACK
15
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
Figure 3-7 Camera Settings
Task 1: Configure the focus settings.
 Setting the focus mode
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to FOCUS using the direction buttons and click IRIS+ to enter.
(2) Click up/down direction buttons to set the focus mode to AF, MF or HAF.
AF (Auto-focus): The lens remains in focus during PTZ movements.
MF (Manual Focus): You need to adjust the focus with Focus+ and Focus- buttons manually.
HAF (Half-auto Focus): The speed dome focuses automatically only once after panning,
tilting and zooming.
(3) Click IRIS+ button to save the settings.
 Setting the focus limit
Purpose:
This function is used to limit the minimum focus distance. You can configure the focus limit
longer when the target is at a distance, to avoid the speed dome focusing on the objects close to
it; or configure the focus limit shorter when the target is near the speed dome, and avoid it
focuses on the objects father.
You can set FOCUS LIMT to 1CM, 30CM, 1M, 3M, 5M and AUTO to make sure that the speed
dome focuses on the target.
The focus limit value varies according to the models of speed dome.
Task 2: Configure the zoom settings.
 Setting the zoom limit
Purpose:
Zoom limit is a user-defined limitation of the zoom amount (Zoom amount=optical zoom× digital
zoom). If you set the zoom limit to the minimum value, the digital zoom will be invalid and the
optical zoom will reach the maximum value; if you set the zoom limit smaller, the digital zoom
will be enabled.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to ZOOM LIMIT using the direction buttons and click IRIS+ to enter.
(2) Click up/down direction buttons to choose the limit from 23, 46, 92, 184, and 368.
(3) Click IRIS+ button to confirm.
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If you set the ZOOM LIMIT as the minimum value 22, the digital zoom function will be
disabled, and the optical zoom function is at its maximum value.
 Configure the zoom speed.
Purpose:
You can define the speed at which the lens changes from full wide zoom to the optical zoom.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to ZOOM SPEED using the direction buttons and click IRIS+ to enter.
(2) Click up/down direction buttons to choose the speed from HIGH (default), MEDUIM and
LOW.
(3) Click IRIS+ button to confirm.
Task 3: Configure the Day/Night mode.
There are two parameters available for day/night mode configuration.
(1) IR cut filter. It can be set as AUTO, DAY or NIGHT.
AUTO: The speed dome is capable of automatically switching from Black and White mode
(NIGHT) and Color mode (DAY) regarding to the lightening conditions. It is the default mode.
NIGHT (B/W): You can switch the IR cut filter into Black and White mode to increase then
lens sensitivity in low light conditions
DAY (Color): You can switch it to DAY mode in normal lighting conditions.
 You can set the DAY/HIGHT value on this menu, and you can call preset 39 to set the IR
cut filter mode to DAY mode and call preset 40 to set it as NIGHT mode.
 The DAY/HIGHT value cannot be configured unless the IR light is turned off.
(2) D/N sensitivity. The D/N sensitivity is the light level for auto D/N mode switch. As a
threshold, IR cut filter switches between DAY and NIGHT when the light condition reaches
the user-defined D/N level.
D/N sensitivity option varies according to the different camera models. Some models
do not support user-defined D/N sensitivity.
Task 4: Configure the sharpness level.
The sharpness function can increase the gain of the image and sharpen the edges in the picture
to enhance the picture details. You can set the SHARPNESS level from 0 to 15.
Task 5: Configure the BLC and WDR.
There are two parameters available for BLC and WDR configuration on this menu.
(1) BLC/WDR. You can set the value as ON or OFF to enable or disable the functions.
(2) BLC LEVEL. You can manually adjust the backlight compensation level.
BLC level configuration varies according to the different camera models. Some models
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don’t support user-defined BLC level.
Task 6: Configuring the iris, gain and shutter speed
 Set the Exposure Mode
Purpose:
AE mode defines the priority of iris, shutter and gain while the speed dome adjusting the
brightness of the live view. You can change the mode on EXP MODE submenu.
AUTO: Auto iris, auto shutter and auto gain. The speed dome adjusts the values automatically
responding to the lighting conditions. It is the default mode.
IRIS: User-defined iris value, auto shutter and auto gain. It is the iris-priority mode. Please
define the iris value according to related content in this section if you choose IRIS mode.
SHUTTER: User-defined shutter speed, auto iris and auto gain. It is the shutter-priority mode.
Please define the shutter speed according to related content in this section if you choose
SHUTTER mode.
MANUAL: User-defined iris, gain and shutter. Please define the iris value, gain value and
shutter speed according to related content in this section if you choose MANUAL mode.
 Set the Iris Value
The IRIS value measures the amount of light entering to the lens. You can set the iris value from
0 to 17 in response to the changing light conditions.
Iris is fully closed at value 0 and fully open at value 17.
 Set the Gain
1. Gain value. The value of gain indicates the amplification degree of the original image signal.
You can set the value from 0 to 15.
2. Gain limit. The higher gain value you set, the more noises will appear in the image. You can
set the maximum user configurable gain value from 0 to 15 to limit the gain range and control
the noises in the image.
You need to change the DAY/NIGHT as DAY or NIGHT mode, and set the EXP MODE as
MANUAL before you adjust the gain value.
 Set the Shutter
Purpose:
The speed of the electronic shutter controls the amount of light entering to the lens in a unit of
time (a second). You can manually configure the shutter speed for the speed dome, and you can
also enable the slow shutter function for low lighting circumstances.
(1) Shutter speed. The larger you set the SHUTTER value (the faster the shutter speed is), the
fewer the amount of entering light per second is, and the darker the image is. You can set
the value as 1, 2, 4, 8, 15, 30, 50, 125, 180, 250, 500, 1000, 2000, 4000 or 10000.
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The value of X indicates that the shutter speed is 1/X second. If you set the SHUTTER
value bigger (shutter speed is faster), the amount of entering light per second is fewer,
and the image is darker.
(2) Slow shutter. Set SLOW SHUTTER as ON, the shutter speed can automatically slow down to
extend exposure time under low lighting circumstances to obtain clearer image.
Task 7: Configure exposure compensation.
You can set the EXPOSURE COMP value from 0 to 14. The default value is 7. You can adjust this
value to increase the brightness of the image.
Task 8: Configure white balance.
You can set WB MODE as AUTO, INDOOR, OUTDOOR, SELFDEF (self-defined), ATW
(auto-tracking) and HAUTO (half-auto).
AUTO:
In Auto mode, the dome retains color balance automatically according to the current color
temperature.
INDOOR, OUTDOOR:
These two modes are for indoor use and outdoor use respectively.
SELFDEF:
In this mode, you can adjust the color temperature manually to meet your own demand.
In SELFDEF mode, you need to adjust the RED and BLUE values manually.
ATW:
In auto-tracking mode, white balance is continuously being adjusted in real-time according to
the color temperature of the scene illumination.
HAUTO:
Selecting this mode, the viewed image retains color balance automatically according to the
current color temperature.
Task 9: Configure the image flip.
If you turn the IMAGE FLIP function on, the image will be flipped diagonally along its central
axis, shown as the mirror reflection of the image.
Task 10: Configure the INIT LENS.
You can turn INIT LENS on to trigger a spontaneous lens initiation to ensure the normal
operation.
Task 11: Configure the noise reduction.
To reduce the image noise, you can set the value of 2D DNR and 3D DNR respectively. The
greater the value is, the less the noise will be in the low illumination environment. You can also
disable the function by turning the value as OFF.
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Task 12: Configure the image quality.
 Min. Zoom Limit
Set the value of MIN. ZOOM LIMIT to ON to limit the minimum zoom of the lens.
The Min. Zoom Limit function is supported by certain speed dome model series.
 Chroma Suppress
Set the Chroma suppress to ON can suppress the color noise so as to get the clear and high-quality
image in the low luminance environment.
The Chroma Suppress function is supported by certain speed dome model series.
 Saturation
Saturation indicates the brightness of the color. The higher the saturation, the brighter the color is.
The saturation function is supported by certain speed model series.
 Scene Mode
Select the scene mode as INDOOR or OUTDOOR, and the default image settings will be changed
according to the selected scene mode.
 Contrast
Contrast is the degree of difference between the darker and lighter parts of the image.
The contrast function is supported by certain camera model series.
 HLC
Set the value of HLC to brighten the darker area and weaken the highlight area of the image. The
greater the value is, the stronger the effect will be.
The HLC function is supported by certain camera model series.
 Sharpness Compensation
Set the value of SHARPNESS COMP to automatically adjust the sharpness of the image to get a clear
image. The greater the value is, the stronger the effect will be.
Task 13: Configure the defog parameters.
When there is fog in the image, you can enable this function to get clear image.
3.3.4 Configuring Privacy Mask
Purpose:
Privacy mask enables you to cover certain areas on the live video from being live viewed and
recorded. The masked areas can move with the panning/tilting movements and automatically adjust
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the size as the lens zooming in/out.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to enter the privacy mask configuration submenu:
MAIN MENUS > DOME SETTINGS > PRIVACY MASK
PRIVACY MASK
MASK NO.
1
MASK STATUS
OFF
SET MASK
DELETE MASK
BACK
EXIT
Figure 3-8 Privacy Mask Configuration Menu
2. Choose the privacy mask number:
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to MASK NO. and click IRIS+ to enter the editing mode.
(2) Click the up and down direction buttons to select a mask number for configuration.
(3) Click IRIS+ again to confirm and exit the editing mode.
The configurable privacy mask number varies according to the camera models.
3. Configure the position and size of the privacy mask.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to SET BLANK and click IRIS+ button to enter the editing mode as shown in
the following figure. You can see a privacy mask on the live window.
ADJUST MASK POS
FOCUS SHIFT STATUS
IRIS + SAVE
IRIS -
CANCEL
Figure 3-9 Set the Privacy Mask
(2) You can see ADJUST MASK POS message on the screen. Click the direction buttons to adjust
the position of the privacy mask to the designed scene.
(3) Click FOCUS+ button, and you can see ADJUST MASK SIZE message on the screen. Click the
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up/down buttons to increase/decrease the height of the mask and click right/left buttons to
increase/decrease the width of the mask. Click IRIS+ button to save the settings and return
to the previous menu and you can see the mask turn to gray.
(4) To modify the configured mask, click IRIS+ button to enter the SET MASK menu and click
IRIS+ button again to edit.
The tilt range for configuring the privacy masks is from 0° to 70°.
4. Enable or disable the privacy mask function.
Move the cursor to BLANK STATUS. Click IRIS+ button to enter the editing mode and click the up
and down direction buttons to set it ON or OFF.
If no privacy mask has been configured, you cannot set the status as ON.
5. Delete the privacy mask.
You can enter the DELETE MASK menu to delete the all the configured privacy masks.
3.3.5 Configuring Output Standard
Purpose:
The video output standard, including resolution and frame rate, can be changed according to the
actual requirement.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to enter the Vide Settings submenu:
MAIN MENUS > DOME SETTINGS > VIDEO SETTINGS
2. Move the cursor to VIDEO STD and click IRIS+ to enter the editing mode.
3. Click the up and down direction buttons to select a desired video standard.
4. Click IRIS+ again to confirm and exit the editing mode.
3.3.6 Configuring IR Parameters
The IR parameter settings are supported by IR speed domes only.
Purpose:
You can configure the IR parameters including the IR sensitivity, n/m LED current, reference height,
reference zoom, and LED control, fan control, switch delay, heat control, and IR correction, etc.
Enter the LED parameter submenu:
MAIN MENU > DOME SETTINGS >IR SETTINGS
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IR SETTINGS
SENSITIVITY
MEDIUM
N/M LED CURRENT
8
FAR LED CURRENT
8
ZOOM LIMIT
4
IR CONTROL
AUTO
SWITCH DELAY(S)
BACK
2
EXIT
Figure 3-10 IR Settings



Set the sensitivity of the IR LED.
You can set the SENSITIVITY to HIGH, MEDIUM, or LOW.
Set the electricity level of the IR LED.
The N/M LED CURRENT and the FAR LED CURRENT refer to the electricity level of the
near/middle IR LED and far IR LED correspondingly. You can set the near/far LED current and the
far LED current to 1~10.
Set the parameters of IR LED switching.
 ZOOM LIMIT
When the actual zooming rate is larger than the zoom limit, it will switch to the far-distance
IR LED; when it’s smaller than the zoom limit, it will switch to the near/medium-distance IR
LED.
 IR CONTROL

LED control can be set to ALL ON (enable all the IR LED), FAR ON (enable far-distance IR LED),
NEAR ON (enable near/medium-distance IR LED), AUTO (enable IR LED automatically
according to the environment illumination), ICR (adjust the IR LED working mode according
to the ICR), and CLOSE (disable IR LED).
Set the IR LED switch delay.
The SWITCH DELAY(S) refers to the delay time between the switch of far-distance IR LED and
N/M-distance IR LED.
3.4 Configuring PTZ Control Parameters
Purpose:
You can configure panning, tilting and zooming movements, and configure PTZ control functions
including presets, patrols, patterns, etc. for the speed dome.
3.4.1 Configuring PTZ Parameters
Enter PTZ configuration menu:
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MAIN MENU > DOME SETTINGS > MOTION SETTINGS
MOTION
MOTION
AUTO FLIP
ON
PROPORTIONAL PAN
ON
PARK TIME
5
PARK ACT
NONE
SCAN SPEED
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IMAGE FREEZING
4
ENABLE LIMIT
OFF
LIMITS SETTING
CLEAR LIMITS
SET ELEVATION
ON
OFF
DOME SPEED
BACK
PRESET SPEED
6
EXIT
BACK
EXIT
Figure 3-11 PTZ Configuration
 Auto-flip
In manual tracking mode, when a target object goes directly beneath the speed dome, the speed
dome automatically rotates 180 degrees horizontally for tracking.
You can set AUTO FLIP as ON or OFF to enable/disable the function.
AUTO-FLIP is set as ON for this speed dome by default and it’s not user-definable.
 Proportional Panning
When the speed dome is zooming in/out, you can enable the proportional panning function to
automatically reduce or increase the panning and tilting speed according to the zooming amount.
This function enables the speed dome to trace the object at a proper speed when the speed dome
is zooming and the monitored scene is narrowed (zoom in) or enlarged (zoom out).
You can set PROPORTIONAL PAN as ON or OFF to enable/disable the function.
This function is enabled automatically while setting the patterns.
 Park time and actions
Purpose:
This feature allows the speed dome to start a predefined action (park action: scan, preset, pattern,
etc.) automatically after a period of inactivity (park time).
You can set PARK TIME from 5 to 720 seconds and set the park action (PARK ACT) as preset 1-8,
pattern 1-5, patrol 1-10, pan scan, tilt scan, random scan, frame scan, panoramic scan, day mode,
night mode or none.
If no control signal is received after the park time under the following circumstances, no park
actions will be performed: in the process of performing dome actions by calling special presets;
or in the process of performing external alarm linkage actions.
 Preset freezing
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This feature enables the live view to switch directly from the current scene to another scene that is
defined by a preset, without showing the middle areas between these two scenes. It reduces the
use of bandwidth in a digital network system and it also provides privacy protection for the middle
areas.
You can set PRESET FREEZING as ON or OFF to enable or disable this function.
The function varies according to the different camera models.
 PTZ speed
Purpose:
You can define the speed of the dome movements.
(1) DOME SPEED: The manual movement speed of the dome can be set from level 1 to 10.
(2) SCAN SPEED: The scan speed defines the scan degree per second of pan scan, tilt scan, frame
scan, random scan and panoramic scan. The scan speed is adjustable from level 1 to level 40 and
the higher the level is, the faster the scan speed is.
(3) PRESET SPEED: The speed of calling a preset can be set from level 1 to 8. The higher level
corresponds to the faster speed to call a preset.
 Setting Limits
Purpose:
The limits are user-configurable positions which limit the panning and tilting area of the speed
dome. There are left, right, up and down limits to define an area.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to ENABLE LIMIT and click FOCUS+ to set it ON to enable this feature. Click
IRIS+ to confirm the new settings.
2. Move the cursor to LIMIT SETTING and click IRIS+. You will see the message SET LEFT LIMIT on
the screen.
3. Click the direction buttons in the PTZ panel to configure the left limit. Click IRIS+ to confirm the
new settings.
4. Follow the prompts to configure the right, up and down limits on the menu.
The new limit will overwrite the existed ones by default.
5. You can clear the defined limits. Click IRIS+ to enter CLEAR LIMITS and click IRIS+ again to clear
the stops.
 Elevation set
You can set the SET ELEVATION as ON to increase the elevation angle range of the speed dome or
set it as OFF to disable the function.
The range of the elevation angle is 0~90° by default and it changes to -15°~90° after the
ELEVATION SET is set as ON.
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3.4.2 Configuring Presets
Purpose:
A preset is a user-defined monitoring position/point. You can simply call the preset number to
change the monitor scene to the defined position.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to enter preset configuration submenu:
MAIN MENU > DOME SETTINGS > PRESETS
PRESETS
PRESET NO.
1
<UNDEFINED>
SET PRESET
CLEAR
BACK
EXIT
Figure 3-12 Preset Configuration Menu
2. Choose the preset number:
Move the cursor to PRESET NO. and click IRIS+ to enter. Click the up and down buttons to
choose the preset number which needs to be edited. If the preset has been defined, the preset
label will be listed under the number; if it has not been defined, you will see the information
UNDEFINED under the number.
 There are up to 255 presets can be set for the speed dome.
 The system-defined presets will be displayed on this submenu and they are not editable.
3. Set the preset position.
Move the cursor to PRESET PTZ and click IRIS+ to edit the preset position. Use the direction
buttons to move the speed dome to find the desired scene/position, and then press IRIS+ to
confirm the settings and return to the previous menu, or press IRIS- to cancel.
The preset position settings will be restricted by the limits if they are defined.
4. Call the presets.
You can select the preset number from the drop-down preset list in the control panel of the
encoder through a web browser, and click the arrow to call a user-defined or system-defined
preset.
5. Clear the preset settings.
Move the cursor to CLEAR and click IRIS+ to clear the settings of the current preset.
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3.4.3 Configuring Patrols
Purpose:
A patrol is a scanning track specified by a group of user-defined presets. You can call a patrol to scan
the scenes automatically among the user-defined presets in sequence.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to enter patrol configuration submenu:
MAIN MENU > DOME SETTINGS > PATROLS
PATROLS
PATROL NO.
1
EDIT PATROL
PREVIEW
CLEAR PATROL
PATROL_D
BACK
30S
EXIT
Figure 3-13 Patrol Configuration Menu
2. Choose the patrol number.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to PATROL NO. and click IRIS+ to enter edit mode.
(2) Click the up and down direction buttons to select the number of the patrol which is to be
configured.
(3) Click IRIS+ again to confirm the settings and exit edit mode of this column.
Up to 10 patrols can be configured.
3. Edit the patrol.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to EDIT PATROL and click IRIS+ to enter edit mode.
NUM PST
DWELL
SPEED
1
0
6
30
2
0
6
30
3
0
6
30
4
0
6
30
5
0
6
30
6
0
6
30
7
0
6
30
IRIS+ OK
IRIS- CANCEL
Figure 3-14 Edit the Patrol
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(2) Click up/down direction buttons to choose the number and locate the preset to be edited.
(3) Click left/right direction buttons to position the cursor to the column of PRESET, DWELL and
SPEED. You can click the up/down direction buttons to set the value of preset number, dwell
time and patrol speed.
4.
5.
6.
7.
The presets you set for a patrol should be the ones that have been pre-defined by users.
The dwell time (0~800 seconds selectable, which are divided into 30 levels) is the time
that the speed dome stays on a certain preset; the patrol speed (level 1~40 selectable) is
the scanning speed the speed dome switching between the presets.
(4) Follow the above steps to define the other presets for the selected patrol. You can configure
up to 32 presets in sequence for a patrol. Press IRIS+ to save the new settings or press IRISto cancel and return to the previous menu.
Preview the patrol.
Move the cursor to PREVIEW and click IRIS+ to preview the current patrol. You can click IRS+
again to stop the preview.
Call the defined patrol.
You can call the special presets to call the defined patrol. E.g. call preset 35 to call patrol 1.
Please refer to Section 2.3 to find the corresponding preset number for each patrol.
Delete a patrol.
You can move the cursor to CLEAR PATROL and click IRIS+ to delete the current patrol.
Define the dwell time when running the fast patrol.
If you call the No.46 preset to enable the fast patrol, the speed dome will run the patrol
automatically according to the route consists of the configured preset 1 to preset 32. And you
can set the Patrol_D time switches from one preset to the other. 5S, 10S, 20S, 30S, and 60S are
selectable.
3.4.4 Configuring Patterns
Purpose:
A pattern is a memorized, repeatable series of pan, tilt, zoom and preset movements that can be
recalled by a command or automatically performed by a configured function (alarm, park, time task,
and power-up).
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to enter the PATTERNS submenu:
MAIN MENU > DOME SETTINGS > PATTERNS
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PATTERNS
PATTERN NO.
1
RECORD PATTERN
PREVIEW
CLEAR
REMAINING
BACK
100
EXIT
Figure 3-15 Pattern Configuration Menu
2. Choose the pattern number.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to PATTERN NO. and click IRIS+ to enter edit mode.
(2) Click the up/down direction buttons to select the number of the pattern which is to be
configured.
(3) Click IRIS+ again to confirm the settings.
Up to 5 patterns can be configured.
3. Edit the pattern.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to RECORD PATTERN and click IRIS+ to enter edit mode.
REMAIN MEMORY
IRIS +
OK
IRIS -
CANCEL
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Figure 3-16 Edit the Pattern
(2) Click the PTZ control buttons and direction buttons to operate the speed dome to draw a
movement path, including pan scan, tilt scan, zoom in, zoom out, etc. The speed dome can
automatically memorize the path you operated as a pattern.
(3) Click IRIS+ again to save the pattern and exit edit mode.
 REMAIN MEMORY indicates the remaining memory of the speed dome for configuring the
patterns. When it reaches 0, no more patterns can be configured. You can also see the
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remaining memory shown under PATTERNS menu as REMAINING.
 The pan/tilt movements and the lens operations cannot be memorized simultaneously.
4. Preview the pattern.
Enter the PREVIEW menu to preview the current pattern.
5. Call the defined pattern.
You can call the special presets to call the defined pattern. E.g. call preset 41 to call pattern 1.
Please refer to Section 2.2 to find the corresponding preset number for each pattern.
6. Delete the patterns.
To Delete a Chosen Pattern
Click IRIS+ to enter RECORD PATTERN and you can see DEL PATH ABOVE. Click IRIS+ to delete
the pattern.
If you delete the current pattern, the following pattern will also be deleted. E.g., if pattern
2 is deleted, pattern 3 and pattern 4 will be deleted as well.
To Clear All the Patterns
Enter CLEAR menu and click IRIS+ to delete all the defined patterns.
3.4.5 Configuring Timing Tasks
Purpose:
A timing task is a preconfigured action that can be performed automatically at a specific date and
time.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to enter the TIMING TASK submenu:
MAIN MENU > DOME SETTINGS > TIMING TASK
TIMING TASK
TASK NO.
1
ENABLE TASK
TASK ACT
ON
NONE
TASK TIME
TASK PREVIEW
TASK CLEAR
BACK
EXIT
Figure 3-17 Time Task Configuration Menu
2. Choose the task number.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to TASK NO. and click IRIS+ to enter edit mode.
(2) Click the up/down direction buttons to select the number of the task which is to be
configured.
(3) Click IRIS+ again to confirm the settings and exit the edit mode.
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Up to 8 time tasks can be configured.
3. Set the task status.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to ENABLE TASK and click IRIS+ to enter edit mode.
(2) Click the up/down direction buttons to set the task status to ON.
(3) Click IRIS+ again to confirm the settings and exit edit mode of this column.
If the task action and task time have not been configured, you cannot set the status as ON.
4. Configure the task action.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to TASK ACT and click the IRIS+ to enter edit mode.
(2) Click the up and down direction buttons to select the task action from preset 1~8, pattern
1~5, patrol 1~10, pan scan, tilt scan, random scan, frame scan, panoramic scan, day mode,
night mode, zero calibrate and none.
(3) Click IRIS+ again to confirm the settings and exit edit mode of this column.
5. Set the task time.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to TASK TIME and click IRIS+ to enter edit mode.
(2) Click the left and right direction buttons to position the cursor to WEEK, START (H-M) and
END (H-M).
(3) Click the up and down direction buttons to set the start time and end time to run the time
task.
(4) Click IRIS+ to confirm the settings and exit.
The weekday can be set to be from Monday to Sunday or Whole Week; the H refers to
Hour and the M refers to Minute.
WEEK
WHOLE WEEK
START(H-M)
00
00
END(H-M)
00
00
IRIS+ OK
IRIS- CANCEL
Figure 3-18 Set the Task Time
6. Delete the task.
Move the cursor to TASK CLEAR, click IRIS+ to delete the time and action of the current task,
and click IRIS+ again to confirm the settings and exit.
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3.4.6 Configuring Zone
Purpose:
A zone is a panning and tilting area defined by the left/right limits. You can configure the zones on
ZONES submenu. You can define a zone when the targeted surveillance scene is limited.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to enter the zone configuration submenu:
MAIN MENU > DOME SETTINGS > ZONES
ZONES
ZONE NO.
1
<UNDEFINED>
EDIT ZONE
ZONE STATUS
ON
SCAN STATUS
ON
CLEAR ZONE
BACK
EXIT
Figure 3-19 Zone Configuration
2. Choose the zone number:
(1) Move the cursor to ZONE NO. and click IRIS+ button to enter the edit mode.
(2) Click the up and down buttons to select the zone number to be configured.
(3) Click IRIS+ again to confirm the settings and exit edit mode of this column.
Up to 8 zones can be configured.
3. Configure the zone area.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to EDIT ZONE and click IRIS+ button to enter the edit mode.
(2) You can see SET LEFT LIMIT on the screen. Click the direction buttons to set the left limit.
(3) Follow the prompts on the screen to set the right limit.
(4) Click IRIS+ button to save the settings and exit.
4. Set the zone status and scan status.
ZONE STATUS: The zone status just indicates the current status of the zone.
SCAN STATUS: You can set the scan status to ON/OFF to enable/disable the scanning in the
zone.
ZONE STATUS is not editable. After you edited the zone, it will switch to ON automatically;
if you delete the zone, the ZONE STATUS will switch to OFF.
5. Clear the zone settings.
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Move the cursor to CLEAR ZONE, click IRIS+ to clear all the settings of the current zone, and click
IRIS+ again to confirm the settings and exit.
3.5 Configuring and Handling Alarms
The alarm related function is supported by the 5-inch IR speed dome only.
3.5.1 Configuring Alarm Input and Linkage Actions
Purpose:
This section explains how to configure the speed dome to respond to alarm events with alarm
linked actions, such as calling presets, patrols, patterns, scanning, etc.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to enter the alarm configuration submenu:
MAIN MENUS > DOME SETTINGS > ALARM INPUT
ALARM SETTING
ALARM INPUT
RESUME
ON
ALARM NO.
1
SEQUENCE
5
PRIORITY
DELAY TIME
5
LINKAGE
NONE
ALARM OUTPUT
NONE
ALARM INPUT
OPEN
ALARM SETTING
BACK
EXIT
BACK
HIGH
EXIT
Figure 3-20 Alarm Configuration Menu
2. Choose the alarm number.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to ALARM NO. and click the IRIS+ to enter edit mode.
(2) Click the up and down direction buttons to select the number of the alarm which is to be
configured.
(3) Click IRIS+ again to confirm and exit edit mode of this column.
You can configure up to 2 alarm inputs.
3. Move the cursor to ALARM SETTING and click the IRIS+ to enter the setting alarm submenu.
4. Configure the alarm input.
Steps:
(1) Move the cursor to ALARM INPUT and click the IRIS+ to enter edit mode.
(2) Click the up and down direction buttons to set the input status. You can configure it as OPEN
(Normally open), CLOSE (Normally closed) or OFF (disable the alarm input).
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(3) Click IRIS+ again to confirm.
If you set the status as OPEN, alarm will be triggered by high electricity level; if you set
the status as CLOSE, alarm will be triggered by low electricity level; if you set the status as OFF,
it will be triggered when this input channel is shut off.
5. Configure the alarm linkage action.
You can specify the linked action when an alarm occurs.
(1) Move the cursor to LINKAGE and click the IRIS+ to enter edit mode.
(2) Click the up and down direction buttons to choose the desired linkage action. You can set
the alarm action as preset from 1 to 8, pattern from 1 to 5, patrol from 1 to 10, panning
scan, tilting scan, random scan, frame scan, panoramic scan, day mode, night mode or none.
You can also set the alarm output for the alarm. Please refer to Section 3.5.3 Configuring
Alarm Output for details.
6. Configure alarm priority.
Enter the PRIORITY menu and set the alarm priority as HIGH, MIDUEM or LOW.
If multiple alarms with different priorities are triggered at the same time, the dome only
responds to the alarm with the highest priority. If multiple alarms with the same priority are
triggered at the same time, then the dome will respond to each alarm according to the defined
alarm sequence.
3.5.2 Configuring Alarm Parameters
Purpose:
You can set the alarm related parameters following below instructions, including linkage action
interval, alarm duration and dome activity resumption.
Steps:
1. Enter the alarm parameter configuration menu:
MAIN MENUS > DOME SETTINGS > ALARM INPUT
2. Configure the interval of the alarm sequence.
When more than one alarm of the same priority occurs at the same time, the speed dome will
respond to one alarm first and then respond to the next one after the user-defined interval. You
can set the on SEQUENCE submenu from 1 to 200 seconds.
3. Configure the alarm rest delay.
If there’s a linkage action has already been triggered by an alarm input, the speed dome will
only respond to the input from the same channel again after the user-defined reset delay time.
This is the rest time that the speed dome considers an alarm to be active when it’s physically
cleared. You can set the DELAY TIME from 0 to 300 seconds.
4. Resume the dome activity.
You can set ALARM RESUME to ON to enable the speed dome to resume its previous activity
after the triggered actions finished.

If the speed dome is moving when a linkage action is triggered, it will stop at the current
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position and resume from this position after the linkage action finishes.
The speed dome can be configured to resume the PTZ positions, focus and iris value.
3.5.3 Configuring Alarm Output
Purpose:
An alarm output is a configurable alarm output interface on the speed dome back box which can
connect and trigger another alarm device to operate.
Steps:
1. Enter the alarm output configuration submenu:
MAIN MENUS > DOME SETTINGS > ALARM OUTPUT
ALARM OUTPUT
ALARM OUTPUT 1
CLOSE
DWELL TIME
2
ALARM OUTPUT 2
OPEN
DWELL TIME
BACK
0
EXIT
Figure 3-21 Configure the Alarm Output
2. Click IRIS+ to edit the status of the alarm outputs. You can set the alarm output type as OPEN
(normally open) and CLOSE (normally closed).
There is 1 alarm output configurable; configuring the alarm output 2 will be invalid.
3. Move the cursor to DWELL TIME to set the duration of the alarm output signal. The configurable
rage is 0~60 seconds.
4. Link the alarm output to the configured alarm.
Steps:
(1) Enter MAIN MENUS > DOME SETTINGS > ALARM INPUT > ALARM SETTING and choose the
alarm number that you want to link the alarm output to.
(2) Move the cursor to ALARM OUTPUT and click IRIS+ to configure the alarm output to the
alarm. You can choose NONE to disable alarm outputs, choose 1 to active ALARM OUTPUT
1.
There is 1 alarm output configurable; configuring the alarm output 2 will be invalid.
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3.6 Others
3.6.1 Restoring Default Dome Settings
Purpose:
You can reset all dome settings to factory default parameters as shown in the table below.
Dome settings are mainly of PTZ parameters and alarm parameters, and also include some
system settings, e.g. dome address.
Enter default dome settings menu:
MAIN MENUS > RESTORE DEFAUTLS
Click IRIS+ to restore the dome settings to the default value shown as the following table, or click
IRIS- to exit.
3.6.2 Restoring Default Camera Settings
Enter MAIN MENU > RESTORE CAMERA
Click IRIS+ to restore the camera settings to the default value; or click IRIS- to exit.
Camera settings include the image parameters, lens settings and display settings.
3.6.3 Rebooting the Dome
Enter MAIN MENU > REBOOT DOME and click IRIS+ to reboot the speed dome remotely.
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Appendix
Appendix 1 Lightning & Surge Protection
This product adopts TVS plate lightning protection technology to avoid damage caused by pulse
signal that is below 3000W, like instantaneous lighting stroke, surging, etc. According to the actual
outdoor situation, necessary protection measures must be taken, besides ensuring the electrical
safety.
 The distance between signal transmission wires and High-voltage equipment or high-voltage
cable is at least 50m.
 Outdoor wiring should better be routed under eaves as much as possible.
 In the open field, wiring should be buried underground in sealed steel pipe, and the steel-pipe
should be one-point grounding. Overhead routing method is forbidden.
 In strong thunderstorm area or high induction voltage areas (such as high-voltage transformer
substation), high power lightning protection apparatus and lightning conductor are necessary to
be added.
 The design of lightning protection and grounding of the outdoor devices and cables should be
considered together with the lightning protection demand of buildings. It also must conform to
the related national standards and industrial standards.
 The system should be equipotential grounded. The grounding equipment must conform to the
demands of system anti-jamming and electrical safety both and it must not appear short circuit
or mixed circuit with the zero conductor of strong grid. When the system is grounded alone, the
resistance should be no more than 4Ω. The sectional area of the grounding cable should be no
less than 25mm2. For grounding instructions, please refer to the Installation Manual of Speed
Dome.
Video Arrester
Communication
Arrester
Lightening Rod
45°
Power Arrester
The speed dome must be
installed in the 45° protection
area of the lightening rod.
The impedance of the grounding
wire can be no more than 4Ω.
Steel Protection Tube
Figure A-1 Lightning & Surge Protection
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Appendix 2 RS485 Bus Connection
 General Property of RS485 Bus
According to RS485 industry bus standard, RS485 is a half-duplex communication bus which has
120Ω characteristic impendence, the maximum load ability is 32 payloads (including controller
device and controlled device).
 RS485 Bus Transmission Distance
When using 0.56mm (24AWG) twisted-pair line, according to different baudrate, the maximum
transmission distance theory table is shown as below:
Table A-1 Max. Distance of RS485 Transmission
Baudrate
Max Distance
2400BPS
1800m
4800BPS
1200m
9600BPS
800m
The transmission distance will be decreased if we use the thinner cable, or use this product under
the strong electromagnetic interference situation, or there are lots of devices are added to the bus;
on the contrary, the transmission distance will be increased.
 Connection Methods
RS485 industry bus standard require daisy-chain connection method between any devices, both
sides have to connect a 120Ω terminal resistance (show as Diagram 1), the simplified connection
method is shown as diagram 2, but the distance of “D” should not be too long.
…
120Ω
2#
1#
120Ω
3#
32#
Figure A-2 RS485 Connection 1
A+
D
B-
A+
B…
Controller
1#
2#
31#
Figure A-3 RS485 Connection 2
 Problems in the Practical Application
Normally, users adopt star-shape connection method in construction, under this situation, the
terminal resistors must be connected between two farthest devices (as Figure 4, 1# and 15#), but
this connection method is not satisfy the requirement of the RS485 industry standard so that it will
lead to some problems such as signal reflection, anti-jamming ability decline when the devices are
faraway. At this time, the dome will be uncontrollable, or self-running, etc.
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1#
6#
Controller
32#
15#
Figure A-4 Star Shape Connection
For such case, the best way is adding a RS485 distributor. This product can effectively change the
star-shape connection to which satisfies the requirement of RS485 industry standard, in order to
avoid those problems and improve the communication reliability. Show as figure 5.
485 Distributor
A+
120Ω
1#
120Ω
2#
120Ω
16#
B-
Figure A-5 RS485 Distributor
 Troubleshooting of RS485 communication
Problem
Possible Reasons
To Solve the Problem
1. Adjust the address and
1. The address or baudrate of the
baudrate of the remote control
speed dome does not match with
The speed
device to match with those of the
dome does those of remote control device.
speed dome.
the
2. The wire RS485+ connects to
2. Connect the wire RS485+ to the
self-test
the interface RS485- and wire
interface RS485+ and wire RS485action but
RS485- connects to the interface
to the interface RS485-.
cannot be
RS485+.
controlled
3. The RS485 wire is
3. Reconnect the RS485 wire
remotely.
disconnected.
tightly.
4. RS485 wire is broken.
4. Change a RS485 wire.
The speed
1. Reconnect the RS485 wire
1. The connection is loose.
dome can
tightly.
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Problem
be
controlled
but not
smoothly.
Possible Reasons
To Solve the Problem
2. RS485+ or RS485-wire is
2. Change a RS485 wire.
broken.
3. The speed dome is too far away
3. Add a terminal resistor.
from the remote control device.
4. Too many speed domes are
4. Add a RS485 distributor.
connected.
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Appendix 3 24VAC Wire Gauge & Transmission Distance
The following table describes the recommended Max. distance adopted for the certain wire gauge
when the loss rate of 24VAC voltage is less than 10%. For the AC driven device, the maximum
voltage loss rate is 10% allowable. For example, for a device with the rating power of 80VA which is
installed at a distance of 35 feet (10m) away from the transformer, then 0.8000mm is required as
the minimum wire gauge.
Distance Wire Gauge
(mm)
(feet)
0.8000
1.000
1.250
2.000
10
283(86)
451(137)
716(218)
1811(551)
20
141(42)
225(68)
358(109)
905(275)
30
94(28)
150(45)
238(72)
603(183)
40
70(21)
112(34)
179(54)
452(137)
50
56(17)
90(27)
143(43)
362(110)
60
47(14)
75(22)
119(36)
301(91)
70
40(12)
64(19)
102(31)
258(78)
80
35(10)
56(17)
89(27)
226(68)
90
31(9)
50(15)
79(24)
201(61)
100
28(8)
45(13)
71(21)
181(55)
110
25(7)
41(12)
65(19)
164(49)
120
23(7)
37(11)
59(17)
150(45)
130
21(6)
34(10)
55(16)
139(42)
140
20(6)
32(9)
51(15)
129(39)
150
18(5)
30(9)
47(14)
120(36)
160
17(5)
28(8)
44(13)
113(34)
170
16(4)
26(7)
42(12)
106(32)
180
15(4)
25(7)
39(11)
100(30)
190
14(4)
23(7)
37(11)
95(28)
200
14(4)
22(6)
35(10)
90(27)
Power (va)
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Appendix 4 Wire Gauge Standards
Bare Wire
Gauge(mm)
0.750
0.800
0.900
1.000
1.250
1.500
2.000
2.500
3.000
American
Wire Gauge
AWG
21
20
19
18
16
15
12
British Wire
Gauge SWG
21
20
19
18
17
14
Cross-sectional
Area of Bare
Wire(mm2)
0.4417
0.5027
0.6362
0.7854
1.2266
1.7663
3.1420
4.9080
7.0683
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