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Dome Camera
Owner's Manual
MODEL: LPT-EP551PS / LPT-EP553PS
LPT-EI551PS / LPT-EI553PS
Before
manual
installing and using the camera, please read
carefully and retain for future reference.
this owner's
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Regulatory Notices For U.S.A
equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class A digital device,pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a
CAUTION
This
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK
OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER
commercial environment.
(OR BACK)
This
equipment generates,uses,and can radiate radio
frequency energy and,if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual,may cause
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
harmful interference to radio communications.
This
lightning flash with arrowhead symbol
an equilateral triangle is intended to
within
alert the
ed
user
to the presence of uninsulat-
dangerous voltage
within the
product's
sufficient magni-
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
?A
enclosure that may be of
tude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
point
within
user
important operating
(servicing) instructions in
accompanying the product.
WARNING: Do not install this
fined space such
as a
to the
and main-
tenance
equipment
bookcase
CAUTION: The
or
in
?
a con-
should not be
apparatus
exposed
(dripping or splashing) and no objects filled
liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the
apparatus.
environment this
ence
in which
adequate
equipment may generate or
use radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful interference unless the modifications are expressly
approved in the instruction manual. The user could
lose the authority to operate this equipment if an
unauthorized change or modification is made.
This
product
EEC DIRECTIVE
and 73/23/EEC.
comply
requirements
class A
the
case
product.
may
user
Wiring
cause
may be
In
a
domestic
radio interfer-
required
to take
methods shall be in accordance
with the National Electric
Code, ANSI/NFPA
70.
SERIAL NUMBER:
You
can
find the serial number
unit. This number is
unique
on
of your
the back of the
to this unit and not avail-
able to others. You should record
tion here and retain this
is manufactured to
guide
requested
as a
informa-
permanent record
purchase.
of
Model No.
89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC
Serial No.
with the radio interference
a
product
or
measures.
WARNING:
FCC WARNING: This
2
Holes in metal,,through which insulated wires
pass,shall have smooth well rounded surfaces
shall be provided with brushings.
WARNING: This is
to
water
with
manufacturer 's instructions.
the litera-
similar unit.
user.
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.Replaced only with the same or
equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the
equilateral
an
is intended to alert the
presence of
ture
uct in the end
Caution:
?
The exclamation
triangle
expense.
suitable conduit entries, knock-outs or glands
shall be provided in the cable entries of this prod-
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION:
PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS OWNER'S MANUAL. AND
THOSE MARKED ON THE PRODUCT. RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
This
designed and manufactured to assure personal safety. Improper use can result in electric shock or
safeguards incorporated in this product will protect you if you observe the following procedures for installation, use, and servicing.
This product does not contain any parts that can be repaired by the user.
product
has been
fire hazard. The
DO NOT REMOVE THE CABINET
COVER,
OR YOU MAY BE EXPOSED TO DANGEROUS VOLTAGE. REFER SERVIC-
ING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.
1.
Read these instructions.
-
All these
safety and operating
product is operat-
10.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product.
11.
Only
instructions should be read before the
ed.
2.
Keep these instructions.
-
The
safety, operating
and
use
instructions should be retained for future reference.
3.
Heed all
the
4.
warnings. All warnings on the product
operating instructions should be adhered to.
-
Follow all instructions.
-
All
operating
and
use
use
attachments/accessories
specified by the
manufacturer.
and in
instruc-
tions should be followed.
5.
Do not
wet
use
this
product
water.
--
For
example:
tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a
basement; or near a swimming pool; and other areas
located
6. Clean
near
water.
only with dry cloth.
cleaning.
wall outlet before
7.
near
bath
near a
--
Unplug
Do not
this
use
product from the
liquid cleaners.
12.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer 's instructions.
Slots and
-
provided for ventilation and to
ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it
from over-heating. The openings should never be blocked
by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar
surface. This product should not be placed in a built-in
openings
in the cabinet
installation such
tilation is
as a
provided
or
are
bookcase or rack unless proper venthe manufacturer's instructions have
been adhered to.
8.
Do not install
near
any heat
sources
tors, heat registers, stoves,
or
such
other
as
radia-
apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9.
Use
only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/product combination to avoid injury
from tip-over.
table
13.
Unplug this product during lightning
long periods of time.
storms
or
when unused for
14.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the product has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the product, the product has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If
the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult
an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
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Introduction
Contents
About Dome Camera
Introduction............................3-7
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Contents................................4
AboutDomeCamera....................4
The dome
indoor
or
Features............................4-5
munication interface in
A
IdentificationofCamera..................7
suitable for
Precautions..............................8
MountingtheCamera.....................8-9
?RemovingtheSponge...................8
?Ceilingmount.........................8
?Pendantmount........................9
?W
allmount...........................9
SettingtheSwitch......................10-13
?RS-485ParameterSetup................10
?AlarmOutputModeSetting..............11
?CameraIDSetting..................11-13
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Reference..............................33
Specifications...........................33
High Sensitivity Support
camera provides the high quality picture
with
Preset Position
numbers, you
can move cameras
to the
preset
positions.
DataPortConnections.....................17
.
allow the camera to perform surveilby such means as motion detection, digiflip, pattern-recording and privacy zones.
menus
position is the function to register camera
monitoring positions (preset positions) associated
with position numbers. By entering the position
A maximum of 128 Preset Position is available.
SystemConnection.......................18
AdapterConnections......................19
.
con-
Preset
ALARMOUTConnections..................16
.
extremely
daylight.
1/4" EX-view CCD.
RS-485Connection.......................14
.
in
as
camera
low illumination
The
ALARMINConnections....................15
.
under
Features
Precautions.............................14
.
well
compact outdoor enclosure.
lance tasks
x
SetupMenuOverview.....................20
SettingCameraMenu.....................21
CameraIdentificationSetting................22
FocusSettings........................22-23
.24
WhiteBalanceControlSettings
ExposureSettings.....................25-27
AutoExposureLevelSettings...............28
SpecialSettings.......................29-30
MotionDetectionSetting...................31
Function On-Screen Display Setting
.31
PrivacyMaskingSettings...................32
as
use
a
1/4" CCD makes the
newly developed
Setup
Connections.........................14-19
SetupMenu..........................20-32
an
system.
camera incorporates the digital signal processor,
pan/tilt mechanism, x27 zoom lens and RS-485 com-
SafetyPrecautions......................6
Installation............................8-13
for installation in
designed
The
ditions
4
cameras are
outdoor video surveillance
The
moving speed
adjustable.
x
holding
time
are
Preset Tour
You
can
been
x
and
Preset
You
tour all
preset positions that has already
registered.
Group
Tour
a preset group using the preset
positions that has already been registered (maximum 9 groups) and you can tour the preset posican
create
tion within the group.
A preset group should have
set
positions.
a
maximum of 8 pre-
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Pattern Function
x
A routine of manual
operations can be stored for 8
minutes at the maximum and reproduced repetitively. The Panning, Tilting and Zoom controls are
available for recording the pattern.
Note: The available total time of pattern differs
depending on camera's operation. When the time
is over, the
x
x
x
camera
enables to
ring
has
around the
an
specific
every detail occurarea, which is preset to
output signals
the
x
x
on
x
are
Auto
adjustable.
x
camera
that
x
fit any
in the comx
(the optical
digital
of X2 times
Linkage
is capable of capturing a subject by
the focus of camera moving promptly toward the
subject at the rate of 240°/sec when the camera
works with a detector (magnetic, beam, infrared
rays), and a subject moving within a detection
area is captured by a detector.
camera
camera can
Night
or
an
department
excellent
stores.
Function
can
be selected Color
set Color in the
or
Black &
daytime
and Black
to the low illumination.
(Filter
DSS
(Digital Slow Shutter) function
possible to highly sensitive surveillance
because of DSS(Digital Slow Shutter) function.
WDR
(Wide Dynamic Range)
camera can
or
function
be best condition to watch
outside in the
easily
strong back light.
During Auto Pan, Preset Tour, or Pattern
Record/Play, you can use only STOP key or
Joystick on the controller.
Note:
Sensor
The
Day
This
inside
zoom.
x
large buildings
&
The
from 27 times
Zooming
possible
zoom limit), to a maximum
in the
connected
It is
Zoom Lens & Auto Focus
is
cameras
being
cameras.
night due
Conversion type)
can
surroundings because it comes
pact size and sophisticated design.
be utilized after
& White at
x
indoor
camera can
White. You
is
This is the surveillance
Connects with the maximum 256
job
x
Sophisticated Design
General Controller
Therefore, it is capable of performing
operated to tilt through the
90°, it can be watched the opposite side of the
locations by Auto Flip of a 180° horizontally.
camera
by
camera can
with maximum 256
Flip
When the
Controls
This
pan among the maximum 8
you will set. The moving speed and holding
points
the alarm
the camera, the camera sends
via the alarm output connector on
on
be controlled by RS-485.
Especially the camera has an excellent cost-saving effect because it can be controlled by the general RX point of contact signal.
camera can
time
(4 channels)
supplied via
are
camera.
This
watch in advance.
The
inputs
connector
input
Auto Pan function that
surveillance
keep
Alarm Out function
When alarm
Auto Pan
The
(8 channels)
input signals are supplied from external
devices through the ALARM IN connector to turn
the camera to a preset position.
Alarm
pattern setup will automatically stop.
Privacy Mask
Privacy zone feature enables users to veil unwanted zones. This setting is used for masking
unwanted zones, hiding them from display on the
monitor screen. Up to 8 zones can be registered.
Alarm In function
x
Power
This
Supply
camera
must
always
Certified/Listed, class
x
be
operated a AC
supply only.
24V
2 power
Heat Pad
The heat
pad
is installed in this unit. If the unit's
inside
temperature is below than -1°C, the heat
pad is operated to rise the temperature.
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Precautions
Safety
x
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x
attempt to disassemble the camera
prevent electric shock,do not remove screws or
covers. There are no user serviceable parts inside.
x
a
qualified
Avoid the
camera
Do not aim the
the
service
camera
is in
personnel
for
use or
at
servicing.
-
never
-
face it with
-
sunlight or other extremely bright objects.
Otherwise blooming or smear may be caused.
Handle the
with
Rapid temperature
on
fluctuation
Use in
eyeglasses
an
-
Use in
environment where
Use
a
dry
is hard to
mild
striking, shaking,
damaged by improper
a room
filled with
moist surfaces with
storage.
use
strong solvents
cloth to the
remove
detergent
the dirt
and
or
camera
wipe
on
it
frequent
cigarette
smoke
or
dust.
If the lens becomes
Do not
an
foggy.
condensation,remove the dome
or
by switching
due to
become
care
could be
as
Rapid temperature fluctuation
opening and closing.
etc. The
camera
places
and off.
Do not abuse the camera.Avoid
handling
x
camera
in such
door
direct
x
camera
air conditioner
sunlight
bright objects.Whether
not,
the
tions.
with direct
camera
use
The lens may become cloudy due to condensation
if the camera is used under the following condi-
Do not
To
Ask
Do not
shown below.
detergents
dirty.
when it is
the camera,
x
Before
cloudy
a
due to
operating, please
Use the
use a
camera
source
wipe
all
--
+50 °C and
temper-
ratings.
under conditions where
ture is between -10 °C
gently.
and
check proper
ature, humidity and power
If it
cover
soft cloth.
tempera-
humidity
is
below 80%.
x
Do not install this
This
camera
is
camera
designed
upside down
mounting on the ceilcamera upside down,
wall.If you install this
mounted on the
ing
or
for
example,
malfunction.
The
for
floor, it may
cause
x
input
power
is AC 24V.
Consumables
Parts having contacts such as the lens-drive
motors,cooling fan built inside the camera are subject to wear with time. About replacement and
maintenance of such parts,please ask the nearest
service center.
6
source
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Identification of Camera
e
f
a
g
h
b
i
"A"
c
d
a
Camera
mounting bracket
optional for surface
The bracket is
b
installation.
Fall Prevention Wire
Be
sure
to hook the fall
prevention
wire into
an
bracket.
Caution: When you fix the the dome cover to the dome
camera body. If not, the wire may obstruct the camera's
c
Dome
camera
d
Dome
cover
e
Power cable
f
Video
camera
body,
you must insert the wire in the dome
moving.
body
(AC 24V)
output cable with BNC
connector
Connects with the video connector of the monitor.
g
Data Communication Port
(RJ45)
h
Data Communication Port
(RJ45)
i
Data Communication Port
(RJ45)
"A"
-
-
-
RS-485 and Alarm
Input
RS-485 and Alarm
Input
Alarm
Output
Do not expose cable connection part to outdoor such as
waterproof problem. But If you are indeed. Sealing them
rain, moisture environment. It may
cause
tightly.
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Installation
Precautions
?
The
Removing
following steps
of installation and connection
work should be done
nel
or
by qualified
service personto all
system installers and should conform
local codes.
?
Be
sure
to switch the
camera
Before
camera
the
Sponge
mounting the
protection.
camera,
remove
the sponge for
Caution: Remove the sponge carefully without
remainder of the sponge in the camera.
off before installation
and connection.
?
Do not install the
camera near
the air outlet of
an
air conditioner.
?
Do not touch the dome cover's window.
Mounting
The
on a
figures
ceiling
the Camera
show
or
an
example of the camera mounted
a locally procured bracket.
wall with
Refer to the instructions included with the bracket for
filling
gaps and holes with
Note: The
or
camera
waterproof
have not been evaluated for wall
ceiling mounting.
Sponge
material.
Ceiling
The
8
mount (LPT-EI551PS
Ceiling
/
LPT-EI553PS)
The
Ceiling
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Pendant mount (LPT-EP551PS / LPT-EP553PS)
Wall mount (LPT-EP551PS
/
LPT-EP553PS)
How to install
Join the
cylinder (a)
then fasten with
"A"
Pipe
a
to the bracket
bolt
(b)
(c).
threads should be clean and
rust free. Use
a
TeflonTM
or
tape
sealer
(such as
sealer)
silicone
on
the threads.
Add thread
sealing tape
Note: The
mounting
pipes
are
Reference:
not
and brackets for
supplied.
Specifications
of LG Standard
pipe.
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the Switch
Setting
The DIP switch of the
camera
is
one
and
employs RS-485 communication
use. Switch settings are read into the
8-bit switches
mode
as
basic
when
to turn it off, then
the power is turned on. Make sure
turn it back after changing the switch
RS-485 Parameter
The selected
settings.
Setup
protocol,communication parameters,
and set unit numbers
power is switched
are
read into the
camera
when
on.
ON
1.
Turn off the
2.
Remove the dome
3.
Separate
mounting
4.
Set the DIP switch
era
camera
camera.
the dome
bracket.
according
ON
cover
from the
camera
body
OFF
camera.
12345678
from
camera
SW2
on
the bottom
part of the
on
main board
cam-
to the function shown in the table of
the below.
5.
Turn
Switch
on
the
camera.
Setup
position (5~8)
ON
completed.
Function Effect
When the
12345678
ON
Note: If you
are
not
using
position (1~4)
camera
is connected to the controller with LG Multix
The controller with LG Multix
When the
12345678
Switch
is
camera
is connected to the controller with LG
The controller with LG
the controller with LG
allow all control for this
protocol
protocol
protocol,
allow
only
there may be
some
Function Effect
Baud Rate 9,600 BPS communication
speed
Baud Rate 1,200 BPS communication
speed
5678
Baud Rate 2,400 BPS communication
speed
5678
Baud Rate 4,800 BPS communication
speed
5678
Baud Rate 19,200 BPS communication
speed
5678
Baud Rate 38,400 BPS communication
speed
5678
Baud Rate 57,600 BPS communication
speed
5678
ON
1234
ON
1234
ON
1234
ON
1234
ON
1234
ON
1234
5678
Baud Rate 115,200 BPS communication
10
camera.
limitation of function control.
ON
1234
protocol.
limited control for this
ON
12345678
protocol.
camera.
speed
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Setting
to the normal open
Output
or
normal close mode.
ID
The table for the
camera
ID
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
SW6
SW7
SW8
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
1O N
setting
2OFFONOFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFF
3O NO N
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4OFFOFFONOFFOFFOFFOFFOFF
5O N
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
6OFFONONOFFOFFOFFOFFOFF
7O NO NO N
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
8OFFOFFOFFONOFFOFFOFFOFF
9O N
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
10OFFONOFFONOFFOFFOFFOFF
OFF
11ONONOFFONOFFOFFOFFOFF
12345678
12OFFOFFONONOFFOFFOFFOFF
SW1
on
IF board
13ONOFFONONOFFOFFOFFOFF
14OFFONONONOFFOFFOFFOFF
Alarm
Switch Number
Output
(Position)
Function Effect
15ONONONONOFFOFFOFFOFF
16
Number
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
11
1
23
3
35
5
47
7
camera
OFF
(ON), 4 (OFF)
(OFF), 4 (ON)
Normal
Normal Close mode
22OFFONONOFFONOFFOFFOFF
6
(ON), (OFF)
(OFF), 6 (ON)
Normal
23ONONONOFFONOFFOFFOFF
(ON), 8 (OFF)
(OFF), 8 (ON)
Normal
Open
mode
18OFFONOFFOFFONOFFOFFOFF
Normal
Normal Close mode
19ONONOFFOFFONOFFOFFOFF
20OFFOFFONOFFON
Open
Open
mode
mode
Normal Close mode
Open
mode
Normal Close mode
has the
shipment. If
taneously, change
switch of the 2
24OFFOFFOFFONON
camera
and the table
on
ID
ID set to "0" at the time
you use 2 cameras or more simulthe ID to "2" using the 8-bit DIP
with
OFFOFFOFF
25ONOFFOFFONONOFFOFFOFF
26OFFONOFFONONOFFOFFOFF
27ONONOFFONONOFFOFFOFF
OFFOFFOFF
30OFFONONONONOFFOFFOFF
camera
camera
OFFOFFOFF
21ONOFFONOFFONOFFOFFOFF
29ONOFFONONONOFFOFFOFF
Setting
of the
Set the
OFF
(ON), 2 (OFF)
(OFF), 2 (ON)
28OFFOFFONONON
Camera ID
This
OFF
17ONOFFOFFOFFONOFFOFFOFF
a
screwdriver.
setting referring
to the
31ONONONONONOFFOFFOFF
32
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
33ONOFFOFFOFFOFFONOFFOFF
34OFFONOFFOFFOFFONOFFOFF
35ONONOFFOFFOFFONOFFOFF
pictures
36OFFOFFONOFFOFFONOFFOFF
37ONOFFONOFFOFFONOFFOFF
the below.
38OFFONONOFFOFFONOFFOFF
?
The default
setting
of the
camera
ID is 0.
39ONONONOFFOFFONOFFOFF
40OFFOFFOFFONOFFONOFFOFF
41ONOFFOFFONOFFONOFFOFF
42OFFONOFFONOFFONOFFOFF
43ONONOFFONOFFONOFFOFF
44OFFOFFONONOFFONOFFOFF
45ONOFFONONOFFONOFFOFF
46OFFONONONOFFONOFFOFF
47ONONONONOFFONOFFOFF
ON
12345678
SW1
on
main board
48OFFOFFOFFOFFON
ONOFFOFF
49ONOFFOFFOFFON
ONOFFOFF
50OFFONOFFOFFON
ONOFFOFF
51ONONOFFOFFON
ONOFFOFF
52OFFOFFONOFFON
ONOFFOFF
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110OFFONONONOFFONONOFF
58OFFONOFFONONONOFFOFF
111ONONONONOFFONONOFF
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112OFFOFFOFFOFFON
ON
ONOFF
60OFFOFFONONON
ONOFFOFF
113ONOFFOFFOFFON
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ONOFF
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ON
ONOFF
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120OFFOFFOFFONON
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OFF
OFF
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ON
OFF
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OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ONOFF
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OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
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OFFOFFON
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ID
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OFF
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ID
SW1
SW2
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ONON
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243ONONOFFOFFONONONON
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OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ONON
ON
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195ONONOFFOFFOFFOFFONON
248OFFOFFOFFONON
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251ONONOFFONONONONON
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ONON
ONON
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Connections
Connection Preview
AC 24V
The connections should be made
service
personnel
or
system
by qualified
installers in
accor-
dance with all local codes.
?
AC 24V
can
Note: When
be used.
powered up, the unit performs a selfcheck (including one panning, tilting, zooming and
focusing operation).
14
Video
output
BNC
data
port A
Ethernet cable
data
port B
Ethernet cable
data
port C
Ethernet cable
plug
RS-485 Connection
Precautions
?
AC 24V cable for Camera
Use the cable that is described below for RS-485 site
communication.
?
Shielded, twisted pair cable
?
Low
?
Wire gauge size is thicker than AWG #22
impedance
(0.33
mm
2
).
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ALARM IN Connections
?
Auto mode:
sor
An
harness
8-pin
are
supplied
with the
camera as
standard accessories. Connect external
sensors
to
that
Change
senses a
position
that
the observe
touch
previously
Duration Time of Alarm
or
position
to
a sen-
shock then return to the
observed.
Input
.
(Set
the
function to "1 to
255".)
this connector.
Input specifications are low-active,
non-voltage contact (ON when active) or open
collector (Low when active).
<Example
:
If this unit receives
signal
from "Alarm 8">
Cautions
?
Alarm
one
?
input
port of
connection must be connected to
two communication
Do not connect
one
camera's alarm
What is Alarm
This
speed
sense
Input
dome
the alarm
If the alarm
camera
camera
has
a
etc.
are
Alarm
Input
terminal that
can
that has installed in
sense a
touch
signal
or
to the
will observe the sensed
There
to the several
function?
send the alarm
sensor
sensor
connector.
signals.
sensor
window, safe
alarm
input
only
ports.
a door,
shock, the alarm
camera
and the
position.
"Manual mode" and "Auto mode" for the
function.
Note:TheAlamIn1isPreset1,AlamIn2isPreset2,
Alam In 3 is Preset 3,...,Alam In 7 is Preset 7
and Alam In 8 is Preset 8.
?
Manual mode:
the observe
position to a
sensor that senses a touch or shock then keep
observe the sensed position. (Set the Duration Time
of Alarm Input function to "0".)
<Example
:
Change
If this unit receives
signal
from "Alarm 8">
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function
the
are
camera
actions of alarm
specific
a
the observe
operating
Auto mode
position to the
position then return to the
position that previously observed.
Change
the observe
alarmed
Preset
Stop preset touring and change the
observe position to the alarmed position then keep observe the alarmed
position.
Stop preset touring and change the
observe position to the alarmed
position then restart the preset touring
again.
Auto
Stop
operating
Tour function.
Pan function.
While
different function status in each mode
position to the
position then keep observe
alarmed position.
Change
the
While
by
alarmed
position.
While
function
Manual mode
Function status
While observe
input
operating
Pattern
function.
panning and change the
position to the alarmed
position then keep observe the
alarmed position.
Stop
observe
observe
Stop operating pattern function and
change the observe position to the
alarmed position then keep observe
the alarmed position.
Stop operating pattern function and
change the observe position to the
alarmed position then restart the pattern function again.
auto
panning and change the
position to the alarmed
position then restart the auto panning
again.
auto
ALARM OUT Connections
Connect
an external device, for example, a buzzer or lamp, to this connector. Output specifications
active, open-collector and a drive capacity of 16 V DC 100 mA maximum.
Note: Use
16
a
relay
if the
voltage
or
current of the connected device exceeds the
ratings.
are
low-
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Data Port Connections
Data Port A
Data Port B
Data Port C
White
8
ALARMIN4
Blue
7
ALARMIN3
Green
6
GND
To Alarm
Yellow
5
TRXD+
TXD
Orange
4
TRXD-
TXD
Red
3
GND
Brown
2
ALARMIN2
Black
1
ALARMIN1
White
8
ALARMIN8
Blue
7
ALARMIN7
Green
6
GND
Yellow
5
TRXD+
TXD
Orange
4
TRXD-
TXD
Red
3
GND
Brown
2
ALARMIN6
Black
1
ALARMIN5
White
8
COM4
Blue
7
ALARM OUT 4
Green
6
COM3
Yellow
5
ALARM OUT 3
Orange
4
COM2
Red
3
ALARM OUT 2
Brown
2
COM1
Black
1
ALARM OUT 1
+
-
sensors
RS-485
Connection
To Alarm
sensors
To Alarm
sensors
+
-
RS-485
Connection
To Alarm
sensors
To Alarm indicator 4
To Alarm indicator 3
To Alarm indicator 2
To Alarm indicator 1
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Connection
Note: When any peripheral is turned off and turned
and turned back on.
on
again,
the
camera
is also turned off
Caution: Connect the
termination
adapter
camera's data
supplied
to the final
port (B)
to
prevent
the RS-485 communication
Caution: Do not connect the alarm connectors to the another camera's alarm connectors.
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error.
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Adapter Connections
The
adapter
is used to connect to another camera, alarm sensor,
Data Port A
Data Port B
Data Port C
or
controller with RS-485
Brown
1
ALARMIN1
Blue
2
ALARMIN2
Yellow
3
GND
Green
4
TRXD-
TXD
Red
5
TRXD+
TXD
Black
6
GND
Orange
7
ALARMIN3
White
8
ALARMIN4
Brown
1
ALARMIN5
protocol,
To Alarm
Blue
2
ALARMIN6
Yellow
3
GND
Green
4
TRXD-
TXD
Red
5
TRXD+
TXD
Black
6
GND
Orange
7
ALARMIN7
White
8
ALARMIN8
Brown
1
ALARM OUT 1
Blue
2
COM1
Yellow
3
ALARM OUT 2
Green
4
COM2
Red
5
ALARM OUT 3
Black
6
COM3
Orange
7
ALARM OUT 4
White
8
COM4
etc.
sensor
-
RS-485 Connecti
+
To Alarm
sensor
To Alarm
sensor
-
RS-485 Connecti
+
To Alarm
sensor
To Alarm indicator 1
To Alarm indicator 2
To Alarm indicator 3
To Alarm indicator 4
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Setup
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Menu
Menu Overview
Setup menus are shown in the table below. You can adapt the
respective items in these menus. Menus are incorporated in a
the
top
to manual mask
reference.
area
selection at the bottom. These
Switches, keys and the joystick
Main Menu
Sub Menu
CAMERA ID
FOCUS SET
AWB SET
AE MODE
AE LEVEL
are
used in the
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22
camera to your requirements by setting up the
hierarchical structure, from the setup menu at
menus are
described
20
following
pages for
Main Menu
Sub Menu
SPECIAL SET
USER TITLE
29
Page
FOCUS MODE
22
SHARPNESS
29
FOCUS DIST
22
COLOR
30
ZOOM START
23
NEGATIVE
30
ZOOM END
23
D EFFECT
30
ZOOM SPEED
23
DETECTION
31
ZTRK MODE
23
LEVEL SET
31
WBC MODE
24
FUNCTION
31
MOTION DET
OSD DISP
RED ADJUST
24
MOTION DET
31
BLUE ADJUST
24
CAMERA ID
31
AE MODE
25
ZOOM MAG
31
IRIS ADJUST
25
USER TITLE
31
AGC ADJUST
26
INIT TITLE
31
BRIGHTNESS
26
P MASKING
BACKLIGHT
26
EXIT
E SENSITIVE
27
FLICKERLESS
27
SHUTTER
27
BLC LEVEL
28
WDR LEVEL
28
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Exits the
Note: The Preset, Auto Pan, Pattern, Alarm, Privacy Mask functions could not be set
functions, use LCC-K1000 protocol or Multix protocol.
To set these
the
on
setup operations
menu.
on
the OSD
-
menu.
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Camera Menu
The buttons
on
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the connected controller
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21
3.
Use
SEL
are
used for
(V, v) to select
(or ENT) button.
arrow
Submenu appears
on
an
option
then press
the monitor.
setup.
MENU
LCC-K1000 Controller
(Optional)
CAMERA ID
0
FOCUS SET
OSD button
AWB SET
AE MODE
AE LEVEL
SPECIAL SET
MOTION DET
F OSD DISP
P MASKING
EXIT
CLR
(CLEAR)
FOCUS
button
FOCUS buttons
Arrow buttons
ZOOM buttons
SEL
(SELECT)
button
LCC-S100 Controller
(Optional)
FOCUS MODE
PUSH AUTO
FOCUS DIST
50CM
ZOOM START
x1
ZOOM END
x54
ZOOM SPEED
QUICK
AUTO
ON
ZTRK MODE
INITIAL SET
OSD button
RETURN
4.
Use
arrow
5.
Use
arrow
6.
To close
(V, v)
to select
a
submenu
(B, b)
to select
a
value.
MENU, select [EXIT] option
MENU then press SEL
To return to MENU
FOCUS buttons
ZOOM buttons
ENT
(ENTER)
Use
button
arrow
press SEL
option.
on
the
(or ENT).
screen
from submenu
(V, v)toselect [RETURN] option then
(or ENT) button on the sub menu.
Arrow buttons
CLR
(CLEAR)
button
To exit MENU
Use
Open
1.
Menu
SEL
Select the number of the
up and
2.
Display
a
monitor to
you want to set
MENU.
use arrow
(V, v)
(V, v)toselect [EXIT] option
(or ENT) button on the main menu.
arrow
then press
camera
display
LCC-K1000; Press OSD button on the controller.
LCC-S100; Press OSD button on the controller
then
screen
to select
[CAM
OSD
CALL]
then press ENT button.
MENU appears on the monitor.
option
Note: Please refer to the manuals of the
To reset your parameters to the
default settings
Use
arrow
press SEL
factory
(V, v)toselect [INITIAL SET] option
(or ENT) button on the menu.
then
con-
troller for details.
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Setting
Select
the camera's ID. Use the internal
menu,
8 bit-DIP switch if you want to set ID.
?
Camera ID 0
ent of
control all of
can
camera
Focus Mode
?
independ-
camera
?
MENU
CAMERA ID
PUSH AUTO: Auto-focus is activated
the Push Auto
ID number.
key
on
the controller is
MANUAL: Focus is activated
FOCUS
0
setting
[FOCUS MODE] option on the [FOCUS]
then select the following mode.
(NEAR
or
only
FAR) keys
on
only when
pressed.
when the
the controller is
pressed.
FOCUS SET
AWB SET
?
AE MODE
AUTO: Auto-focus is activated
a
AE LEVEL
SPECIAL SET
manual pan, tilt
or zoom
automatically while
operation is performed.
Note: If you press the FOCUS (NEAR or FAR) button
the controller while Auto-focus mode, the focus
MOTION DET
on
F OSD DISP
mode is
P MASKING
to
automatically changed
[MANUAL].
EXIT
FOCUS
Focus
Settings
To avoid AF
LENS
error or
out of
system by using the "Remote Reset"
command of Controller is
General
1.
Focus,initialization of
highly
cursor
to
PUSH AUTO
FOCUS DIST
50CM
ZOOM START
x1
ZOOM END
x54
ZOOM SPEED
QUICK
AUTO
ON
ZTRK MODE
recommended.
INITIAL SET
RETURN
Operation
Move the
FOCUS MODE
[FOCUS SET]
on
the
[MENU]
screen
2.
Press the
right key
and the FOCUS
setting
menu
appears.
FOCUS
Focus Distance
setting
Selects the minimum
shooting
Select
FOCUS MODE
PUSH AUTO
FOCUS DIST
50CM
ZOOM START
x1
ZOOM END
x54
ZOOM SPEED
QUICK
AUTO
ON
ZTRK MODE
INITIAL SET
Move the
cursor
4.
Select
option (or value).
5.
To reset the
use
6.
To return to the
on
the
previous menu,
[FOCUS] menu.
on
the
Focus Distance value.
[FOCUS] menu,
(1CM, 10CM,
FOCUS
option.
FOCUS MODE
PUSH AUTO
FOCUS DIST
50CM
ZOOM START
x1
ZOOM END
x54
ZOOM SPEED
QUICK
AUTO
ON
ZTRK MODE
INITIAL SET
RETURN
[FOCUS] settings to factory setting,
[INITIAL SET] option on the [FOCUS] menu.
option
22
an
to the desired
a
50CM, 1M, 3M, 5M)
RETURN
3.
[FOCUS DIST] option
then select
distance for the focus.
use
[RETURN]
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Zoom Start
Selects
Select
a zoom
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setting
start
position.
[ZOOM START] option on the [FOCUS]
a zoom's start position. (x1
x26)
then select
menu,
-
Zoom
Speed setting
Selects
a zoom
speed.
Select
[ZOOM SPEED] option on the [FOCUS]
a zoom speed. (SLOW, MIDDLE,
QUICK)
menu, then select
FOCUS
FOCUS
FOCUS MODE
PUSH AUTO
FOCUS DIST
50CM
FOCUS MODE
PUSH AUTO
ZOOM START
x1
FOCUS DIST
50CM
ZOOM END
x54
ZOOM START
x1
ZOOM SPEED
QUICK
AUTO
ON
ZOOM END
x54
ZOOM SPEED
QUICK
ZTRK MODE
AUTO
INITIAL SET
ON
ZTRK MODE
INITIAL SET
RETURN
RETURN
Zoom End
Selects
setting
a zoom
end
position.
Select
[ZOOM END] option on the [FOCUS]
then select a zoom's end position.
(Zoom Start position+1 x54)
menu,
Zoom
Tracking
Selects
a zoom
focused
Mode
tracking
zooming state.
setting
mode. Zoom
tracking
means
-
Select
[ZTRK MODE] option on the [FOCUS] menu,
a zoom tracking mode (AUTO, MANUAL).
then select
FOCUS
FOCUS
FOCUS MODE
PUSH AUTO
FOCUS DIST
50CM
ZOOM START
x1
FOCUS MODE
PUSH AUTO
ZOOM END
x54
FOCUS DIST
50CM
ZOOM SPEED
QUICK
AUTO
ON
ZOOM START
x1
ZOOM END
x54
ZOOM SPEED
QUICK
AUTO
ON
ZTRK MODE
INITIAL SET
RETURN
ZTRK MODE
INITIAL SET
RETURN
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White Balance Control
You
can
[AWB]
set the white balance
Settings
options using
the
cursor
to
Select
[AWB SET]
on
the
[MENU]
screen
select
one
of four modes for white balance
[WBC MODE] option
following mode.
on
the
[AWB]
menu, then
select the
?
AUTO
0
and
FOCUS SET
White Balance): In this mode,
temperature is monitored continuously
(Auto-Tracing
the color
MENU
CAMERA ID
can
Balance
adjustment.
Operation
Move the
Setting the WBC (White
Control) Mode
You
menu.
General
1.
24
Page
thereby
The color
AWB SET
balance is
AE MODE
white balance is
automatically
set.
temperature range for the proper white
approximately
2 500
-
9 500K.
Proper
white balance may not be obtained under the following conditions:
AE LEVEL
SPECIAL SET
MOTION DET
F OSD DISP
P MASKING
EXIT
1)
The color
2)
9 500K range.
When the scene contains
temperature is
out of the 2 500
temperature objects, such
-
mostly high color
as a blue sky or
sunset.
2.
Press the
right key
and the AWB
setting
menu
3)
appears.
WBC MODE
AUTO
RED ADJUST
NOT USED
?
BLUE ADJUST
NOT USED
INITIAL SET
ON
3.
Move the
cursor
4.
Select
option (or value).
6.
to the desired
on
the
previous menu,
[AWB] menu.
OUTDOOR: The color
MANUAL: You
use
use
3 200K.
temperature range for the
approximately
5 100K.
set the white balance
options
manually.
1) RED ADJUST: Obtains the optimum amount
of red gain.
2) BLUE ADJUST: Obtains the optimum amount
of blue gain.
can
WBC MODE
MANUAL
RED ADJUST
BLUE ADJUST
92
INITIAL SET
OFF
124
RETURN
[RETURN]
?
PUSH AUTO: The White Balance will be
automatically.
24
approximately
AWB
option.
[AWB] settings to factory setting,
[INITIAL SET] option on the [AWB] menu.
option
temperature range for the
proper white balance is
?
To reset the
To return to the
is dim.
proper white balance is
RETURN
5.
scene
?I NDOOR: The color
AWB
an
When the
adjusted
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AE Mode
Exposure Settings
You
can
set the exposure
options using
the
Selects
1.
Select
select
Operation
Move the
cursor
to
?
[AE]
on
the
[MENU]
screen
MENU
CAMERA ID
setting
Automatic
[AE]
menu.
General
an
[AE MODE] option on the [AE]
Automatic Exposure mode.
menu, then
an
AUTO: Use to
compensate the exposure automati-
cally.
?
0
IRIS MAN: Use to
(IRIS
FOCUS SET
AE MODE
?
SLOW MAN: The
available
SPECIAL SET
of
MOTION DET
change the value of Lens' Iris
manually, and the action of
compensation depend on its of AGC).
of lens is fixed
exposure
AWB SET
AE LEVEL
mode.
Exposure
(x1
camera
is
change of Electronic Sensitive is
x20 FIX). (Electronic Sensitive
fixed manually.)
FIX
-
F OSD DISP
?
P MASKING
SHUT MAN: Use to
control. In this
EXIT
(10 steps
2.
Press the
menu
right key
and the exposure
change
the Shutter
time, AE mode
control is
act
Speed
automatically
available).
setting
AE
appears.
AE
AE MODE
AUTO
IRIS ADJUST
AUTO
AGC ADJUST
AUTO
AE MODE
AUTO
BRIGHTNESS
128
IRIS ADJUST
AUTO
BACKLIGHT
OFF
AGC ADJUST
AUTO
E SENSITIVE
x10 AUTO
BRIGHTNESS
128
FLICKERLESS
OFF
BACKLIGHT
OFF
SHUTTER
AUTO
E SENSITIVE
x10 AUTO
INITIAL SET
ON
FLICKERLESS
OFF
RETURN
SHUTTER
AUTO
INITIAL SET
ON
RETURN
Iris
3.
Move the
cursor
4.
Select
option (or value).
5.
To reset the
6.
an
to the desired
option.
only
[AE] settings to factory setting,
[INITIAL SET] option on the [AE] menu.
To return to the
option
on
the
previous menu,
[AE] menu.
use
Adjust setting
Selects
use
[RETURN]
a
when
Select
select
iris' exposure value. This option is available
[AE MODE] is set to [IRIS MAN].
[IRIS ADJUST] option
value. (0 255)
a
on
the
[AE]
menu, then
-
AE
AE MODE
AUTO
IRIS ADJUST
AUTO
AGC ADJUST
AUTO
BRIGHTNESS
128
BACKLIGHT
OFF
E SENSITIVE
x10 AUTO
FLICKERLESS
OFF
SHUTTER
AUTO
INITIAL SET
ON
RETURN
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26
(AGC) setting
If the
images are too dark, change the maximum
[AGC] value to make the images lighter. This option
is available only when [AE MODE] is set to [SLOW
MAN] or [SHUT MAN].
Select
select
[AGC ADJUST] option
value. (0 7)
a
on
the
[AE]
Backlight Setting
Improves an image
backlighting.
Select
select
[BACKLIGHT] option
a
menu, then
AE MODE
AUTO
IRIS ADJUST
AUTO
AGC ADJUST
0
AUTO
BRIGHTNESS
128
IRIS ADJUST
AUTO
BACKLIGHT
OFF
AGC ADJUST
BRIGHTNESS
0
E SENSITIVE
x10 AUTO
128
FLICKERLESS
OFF
BACKLIGHT
OFF
SHUTTER
AUTO
E SENSITIVE
x10 AUTO
INITIAL SET
ON
FLICKERLESS
OFF
RETURN
SHUTTER
AUTO
INITIAL SET
ON
?
OFF: The back
?
ON: The back
?
AUTO
only
when
[AE MODE]
[BRIGHTNESS] option
value. (0 255)
on
is set to
the
[AE]
[AUTO].
menu, then
light compensation
is not used.
is used.
(Auto back light compensation): If you use
ordinary camera when there is an intense and
concentrated illumination behind an object, the
back light will shade the image on the monitor
screen. The Backlight function prevents such a
back light effect to secure a clear image under all
illumination environments.
-
AE
AE MODE
AUTO
IRIS ADJUST
AUTO
AGC ADJUST
0
BRIGHTNESS
128
BACKLIGHT
OFF
E SENSITIVE
x10 AUTO
FLICKERLESS
OFF
SHUTTER
AUTO
INITIAL SET
ON
RETURN
light compensation
an
?
26
menu, then
AE
The lens iris is fixed at the value that you have set
regardless of the brightness of an object. This option
a
[AE]
AE MODE
Brightness Setting
Select
the
-
RETURN
select
on
value.
AE
is available
that is darkened because of
WDR: The WDR
camera
is state of the art to
enlarge the screen profit effectively, especially for
taking photos of a window in a building. In short it
revives both the indoor and outdoor status as they
are clearly.
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27
Shutter
setting
The electronic
varies the
low
sensitivity enhancement function
shutter speed to increase the sensitivity
in
conditions.
light
This
to
You
option is available only
[AUTO] or [SLOW MAN].
when
Select
[E SENSITIVE] option
select
a
There
are
on
[AE MODE]
the
[AE]
is set
menu, then
value.
two modes for Electronic Sensitive
as
fol-
Speed Setting
a shutter speed from among AUTO,
1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000,
1/10000, 1/20000 and 1/50000 seconds.
can
select
This
option is available only when [AE MODE] is
[AUTO] and [FLICKERLESS] option is set to
[OFF].
Select
select
[SHUTTER] option
shutter speed.
on
the
[AE]
menu, then
a
lows:
AE
AUTO mode:
select x20
matically
OFF, x2 AUTO x20 AUTO (If you
AUTO, the sensitivity is increased auto-
up to
-
x20.)
SLOW MAN mode: x1 FIX
x20
set
to
you select
is increased to a fixed x20.)
FIX, the sensitivity
-
x20 FIX
(If
AE
AE MODE
AUTO
IRIS ADJUST
AUTO
AGC ADJUST
0
BRIGHTNESS
128
BACKLIGHT
OFF
E SENSITIVE
x10 AUTO
FLICKERLESS
OFF
SHUTTER
AUTO
ON
AE MODE
AUTO
INITIAL SET
IRIS ADJUST
AUTO
RETURN
AGC ADJUST
0
BRIGHTNESS
128
BACKLIGHT
OFF
E SENSITIVE
x10 AUTO
FLICKERLESS
OFF
SHUTTER
AUTO
INITIAL SET
ON
RETURN
Flickerless
Setting
Use for
removing the flicker of picture.
available only when [AE MODE] is set
Select
This
to
option
[AUTO].
is
[FLICKERLESS] option on the [AE] menu,
an option (ON or OFF). Set to [ON] to
then select
remove
the flicker.
AE
AE MODE
AUTO
IRIS ADJUST
AUTO
AGC ADJUST
0
BRIGHTNESS
128
BACKLIGHT
OFF
E SENSITIVE
x10 AUTO
FLICKERLESS
OFF
SHUTTER
AUTO
INITIAL SET
ON
RETURN
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You
can
Exposure
AM
General
28
Page
Level
set the auto exposure
[AE LEVEL]
1.
10:16
Settings
options using
the
menu.
to
cursor
Light Compensation)
[AE LEVEL]
Setting
Selects
a
level for the BLC
on
the
Select
[MENU]
(back light
[BLC LEVEL] option
then select
a
desired level
screen
MENU
CAMERA ID
Level
compensa-
tion).
Operation
Move the
BLC (Back
on
the
[AE LEVEL]
menu,
(0-255).
AE LEVEL
0
FOCUS SET
BLC LEVEL
176
AWB SET
WDR LEVEL
6
AE MODE
INITIAL SET
ON
AE LEVEL
RETURN
SPECIAL SET
MOTION DET
F OSD DISP
P MASKING
EXIT
2.
Press the
setting
right key
menu
and the auto exposure level
appears.
AE LEVEL
WDR
(Wide Dynamic Range) Level
setting
Selects
a
level for the WDR
BLC LEVEL
176
WDR LEVEL
6
Select
INITIAL SET
ON
menu, then select
[WDR LEVEL] option
a
(Wide Dynamic Range).
on
the
desired level
[ AE LEVEL]
(0-255).
RETURN
AE LEVEL
3.
Move the
cursor
4.
Select
option (or value).
5.
To reset the
to
ting,
the
an
use
to the desired
option.
[AE LEVEL] settings
[INITIAL SET] option on
factory set[AE LEVEL]
menu.
6.
To return to the
option
28
on
the
previous menu, use [RETURN]
[AE LEVEL] menu.
BLC LEVEL
176
WDR LEVEL
6
INITIAL SET
ON
RETURN
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User Title
Special Settings
You
can
set the
special options using
the
You
[SPECIAL]
menu.
General
1.
[MENU]
cursor
to
Move the
2.
[SPECIAL SET]
on
the
screen
Move the
select
3.
a
the
camera
to
cursor
[SPECIAL]
Operation
Move the
1.
Setting
can name
[USER TITLE]
on
the
Arrow mark appears.
menu.
arrow
independently.
mark to the desired
position
then
character.
Repeat step
2 to set the remain characters.
MENU
CAMERA ID
SPECIAL
0
m
FOCUS SET
AWB SET
USER TITLE
AE MODE
SHARPNESS
112
AE LEVEL
COLOR
ON
SPECIAL SET
NEGATIVE
OFF
MOTION DET
D EFFECT
NONE
F OSD DISP
INITIAL SET
ON
P MASKING
RETURN
EXIT
2.
Press the
menu
right key
and the
[SPECIAL] setting
appears.
Sharpness Setting
Sharpens
SPECIAL
Select
m
the
image
outline.
[SHARPNESS] option
a value. (0
menu, then select
USER TITLE
SHARPNESS
112
COLOR
ON
NEGATIVE
OFF
on
-
the
[SPECIAL]
255)
SPECIAL
D EFFECT
NONE
USER TITLE
INITIAL SET
ON
SHARPNESS
112
COLOR
ON
NEGATIVE
OFF
RETURN
D EFFECT
NONE
INITIAL SET
ON
RETURN
3.
Move the
cursor
4.
Select
option (or value).
5.
To reset the
use
an
to the desired
option.
[SPECIAL] settings to factory setting,
[INITIAL SET] option on the [SPECIAL]
menu.
6.
To return to the
option
on
the
previous
[SPECIAL]
menu,
use
[RETURN]
menu.
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30
Setting
Digital
switch the
can
displayed picture
to
grayscale
or
Effect
You cannot set
a
Setting
Digital
Effect
option.
color.
Select
[COLOR] option on the [SPECIAL] menu, then
option (ON or OFF). Set to [ON] to display
the picture with color. Set to [OFF] to display the picture with grayscale.
select
SPECIAL
USER TITLE
112
COLOR
ON
NEGATIVE
OFF
D EFFECT
NONE
INITIAL SET
ON
Negative Setting
can use
Select
the
negative
effect.
[NEGATIVE] option on the [SPECIAL]
an option (ON or OFF).
then select
SPECIAL
USER TITLE
SHARPNESS
112
COLOR
ON
NEGATIVE
OFF
D EFFECT
NONE
INITIAL SET
ON
RETURN
30
USER TITLE
SHARPNESS
112
COLOR
ON
NEGATIVE
OFF
D EFFECT
NONE
INITIAL SET
ON
RETURN
SHARPNESS
RETURN
You
SPECIAL
an
menu,
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Function On-Screen
Setting
The motion detection detects the
the
moving objects in
by monitoring changes in brightness level.
select the level of sensitivity for motion
scene
You
can
detection.
When this
camera
is connected to
a
compatible
ligent CCTV system, the camera transmits an
signal by multiplexing it with the video signal.
intel-
alarm
Display
Setting
You
can
using
set the Function On-Screen
the
[F OSD]
The Function On-Screen
be turned
1.
on or
Move the
Display options
menu.
Display
of this
camera can
off.
cursor
to
[F
OSD
DISP]
on
the
[MENU]
screen
1.
Move the
[MENU]
cursor
to
[MOTION DET]
on
the
MENU
screen
CAMERA ID
MENU
CAMERA ID
0
FOCUS SET
0
AWB SET
FOCUS SET
AE MODE
AWB SET
AE LEVEL
AE MODE
SPECIAL SET
AE LEVEL
MOTION DET
SPECIAL SET
F OSD DISP
MOTION DET
P MASKING
F OSD DISP
EXIT
P MASKING
EXIT
2.
2.
Press the
menu
right key
and the
[MOTION] setting
Press the
right key
and the
[F OSD] setting
menu
appears.
appears.
F OSD
MOTION
FUNCTION
DISP ON
DETECTION
ON
MOTION DET
DISP ON
LEVEL
10
CAMERA ID
DISP ON
DAY/NIGHT
AUTO
ZOOM MAG
DISP ON
INITIAL SET
ON
USER TITLE
DISP ON
RETURN
INIT TITLE
DISP ON
INITIAL SET
ON
RETURN
3.
3.
4.
Set
Use
[DETECTION] option
[LEVEL] option to
(21 levels).
to
[ON]
obtain the
to
use.
optimum
Use
[DAY/NIGHT] option
AUTO: The
camera
if the
is
picture is dark,
bright enough.
for
day/night
or
color mode if the
4.
on
the
on
screen.
the
Display
dose
screen.
To reset the
use
5.
DAY: Color mode enabled.
[F OSD] settings to factory setting,
[INITIAL SET] option on the [F OSD] menu.
To return to the
option
on
the
previous menu,
[F OSD] menu.
use
[RETURN]
To reset the
use
7.
OFF: The Function On-Screen
not appear
picture
NIGHT: Black-and-white mode enabled.
6.
?
Display
function.
selects black and white mode
option (DISP ON or OFF).
Displays the Function On-Screen
an
DISP ON:
detec-
tion level
5.
Select
?
[MOTION] settings to factory setting,
[INITIAL SET] option on the [MOTION] menu.
To return to the
option
on
the
previous menu,
[MOTION] menu.
use
[RETURN]
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4.
Privacy Masking Settings
Using the LCC-K1000 or controller
protocol for Privacy Zone Setting.
This function is
zone
index
number then press SEL to confirm.
The blue zone frame appears on the center of
with Multix
at the
Use number buttons to select the
monitor.
of
aiming
protection
personal
privacy, selecting a screen part black not to be
displayed in the screen.
Up to 8 zones can be registered. Submenus are
provided for zone number selection and parameter
setting.
5.
To
register
a new
privacy
zone
using
the pan,
desired
the
the
LCC-K1000
1.
Adjust
position
joystick.
You can't
Press the Set Up button
[PRIVACY ZONE] icon.
change
then select the
6.
move
tilt, and
comes
zoom
position
into the
zone
so
that the
frame with
privacy mask zone and
privacy mask zone.
you can't
the size of
Press SEL.
The mask color will be
The
the
7.
2.
Press SEL.
The sub
menu
will appear for
[PRIVACY ZONE]
setting.
3.
Select
[Set
The sub
32
Zone
menu
Area] option
will appear.
then press SEL.
change into grey.
privacy zone setting has been completed and
setting is memorized in the camera's memory.
Repeat steps
3-6 to add additional
position.
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Page
Reference
Specifications
Signal System
Pick-Up Device
Total Pixels No.
NTSC
(High Resolution)
1/4" EX-view CCD
410K
470K
S/N Ratio
More Than 50 dB
Horizontal Resolution
Lens
More Than 520 TV Lines
X 27 Zoom
Shooting
Distance
Display
Image Capture
Minimum Illumination
Digital Zoom
Sync System
White Balance
(F 1.5(W), F 3.8(T) f=3.25-88.0 mm)
(1.2m), Wide (0.01 m)
On/Off (English only)
field image Freezer, Image rotation, Up and Down inverting
1 Lux (F1.5, normal shutter)
0.03 Lux (20 Field Accumulated)/
0 Lux (Infrared ON: Night Mode)
x 2: Basic (Off at WDR)
Tele
On Screen
1
Internal
Auto
(ATW)/
Control Method
Alarm
Alarm
Video
8 Channel
4 Channel
Composite Output
1/4-
Preset / ID
Panning
Vp-p,
Auto / Manual
Dual Shutter control
(128 times of Dynamic Range)
(240° / Sec)
0°
180° (240° / Sec)
Area Active Programmable Zone
0°
-
360°
-
8
128 Position / 256
2-8points
Pattern
Max. 8 minutes
Group Tour
Operation Temperature
Safekeeping Temperature
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Dimension (ø x H)
Max. 9
Groups
-10°
50°C
Weight
75Ω
Manual On/Off
Iris Control
Dynamic Range
Panning Range (Speed)
Tilting Range (Speed)
Privacy Zone
1
1/50,000 Sec (10 Step)
Flickerless Mode
Wide
Indoor/ Outdoor/ Manual/ Push Auto
RS-485 Control
Input
Output
Output
Electronic Shutter
Auto
PAL
(High Resolution)
-20°
-
-
60°C
AC 24V
Max. 29W
LPT-EP551PS/LPT-EP553PS: ø230
x
LPT-EI551PS/LPT-EI553PS: ø220
170
x
300
mm
mm
LPT-EP551PS/LPT-EP553PS:
LPT-EI551PS/LPT-EI553PS:
Approx 3.3Kg
Approx 2.6Kg
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