LG LSX701P-B Owner's manual

LG LSX701P-B Owner's manual

OWNER'S MANUAL

Color Video Camera

Please read this manual carefully before operating your set and retain it for future reference.

MODEL

LSX701

P/NO : MFL62723750

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT OPEN

CAUTION:

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)

NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE

REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

This lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the product.

FCC WARNING:

This 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.

REGULATORY INFORMATION: FCC Part 15

This 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 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.

A suitable conduit entries, knock-outs or glands shall be provided in the cable entries of this product in the end user.

Caution: 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 manufacturer’s instructions.

Holes in metal, through which insulated wires pass, shall have smooth well rounded surfaces or shall be provided with brushings.

This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian

ICES-00.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-00 du Canada.

Warning:

Do not install this equipment in a confined space such as a bookcase or similar unit.

Warning:

Wiring methods shall be in accordance with the

National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.

Warning:

This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

Warning:

To reduce a risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.

Caution:

This installation should be made by a qualified service person and should conform to all local codes.

Caution:

To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.

Caution:

The apparatus shall not be exposed to water

(dripping or splashing) and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

To disconnect power from mains, pull out the mains cord plug. When installing the product, ensure that the plug is easily accessible.

Disposal of your old appliance

1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means the product is covered by the European

Directive 00/96/EC.

. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities.

. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.

. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

LG Electronics hereby declares that this/ these product(s) is/are in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 2004/108/EC,

2006/95/EC, and 2009/125/EC.

European representative :

LG Electronics Service Europe B.V.

Veluwezoom 15, 17

AE Almere, The Netherlands

(Tel : +1-(0)6-57-8888)

Important Safety Instructions

1. Read these instructions.

. Keep these instructions.

. Heed all warnings.

. Follow all instructions.

5. Do not use this apparatus near water.

6. Clean only with dry cloth.

7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

9. 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.

10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.

11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

1. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.

1. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.

1. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

Servicing is required when the apparatus 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 apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

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Cautions for Safe Operation

Power Supply

This camera must always be operated a AC V or DC 1 V

Certified/Listed, class power supply only.

Note:

Be careful of AC frequency when the camera is operated with Line lock mode.

Handling of the unit

Be careful not to spill water or other liquids on the unit. Be cautions not to get combustible or metallic material inside the body. If used with foreign matter inside, the camera is liable to fail or to get cause of fire or electric shock.

Remove dust or dirt on the surface of the lens with a blower.

Use a dry soft cloth to clean the body. If it is very dirty, use a cloth dampened with a small quantity of neutral detergent then wipe dry.

Avoid the use of volatile solvents such as thinners, alcohol, benzene and insecticides.

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They may damage the surface finish and/or impair the operation of the camera.

Operating and storage location

Avoid viewing a very bright object (such as light fittings) during an extended period. Avoid operating or storing the unit in the following locations.

Extremely hot or cold places (operating temperature

-10 °C to 50 °C, however, we recommend that the unit be used within a temperature range of 0 °C to 5 °C)

Damp or dust place

Places exposed to rain

Places subject to strong vibration

Close to generators of powerful electromagnetic radiation such as radio or TV transmitters.

Contents

Features ................................................................. 8

Part Names and Functions ................................... 9

Connections ........................................................11

Precautions .....................................................................11

Connection Overview .................................................11

Connecting Display device........................................1

Connecting Power Source .........................................1

Connecting RS-85/RS-C TTL Device .............1

Connecting Alarm Device ..........................................1

Connecting Day&Night Switch ................................1

Mounting the Lens .......................................................15

Concerning Auto-Iris Lenses .....................................17

Flange-back Adjustment .........................................18

Mounting the camera .................................................19

Menu Operation..................................................20

OSD Menu control buttons .......................................0

OSD Menu Overview ...................................................1

General Operation ........................................................

Camera Identification Settings ................................

Exposure Settings .........................................................5

White Balance settings ...............................................8

Day/Night Setting .........................................................9

Motion Detection Setting ..........................................0

D-DNR Setting .............................................................1

Privacy Setting ...............................................................

Special Menu Settings.................................................

Reference ............................................................39

RS-C TTL/RS-85 Protocol (Optional) .............9

Specification ...................................................................0

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Features

This Color Video Camera is designed for installation in an video surveillance system.

This manual contains instructions on how to install and manage the Color Video Camera in your video surveillance system.

Should you require any technical assistance, please contact authorized service center.

High resolution and high sensitivity with a 8 mm

Interline EX-view HAD CCD.

C/CS Mount

650 TV lines of horizontal resolution

Day & Night function (Filter change)

Line Lock when using AC V

Power Supply : Automatically switch between

DC 1 V and AC V

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Part Names and Functions

a b c d e a

Lens mount cap

The lens mount of the camera is covered using a cap to protect it. Remove the lens cap covering the lens. b

Camera installation bracket

The bracket can be fixed at the top or bottom of the camera.

c

Flange-back adjustment lever

d

Lens iris output connector (LENS)

This - pin connector is used to send the Iris control signal and power supply to an auto-iris type lens.

e

Setup menu control buttons

Use these buttons to set the menu options.

f

ALC Lens Setting Switch

• DC: When you attach an Auto Iris lens requiring the DC control signal, please put this switch in the DC position.

ELC: When you attach a manual or fixed lens, please put this switch in the ELC position.

VIDEO: When you attach an Auto Iris lens requiring the video control signal, please put this switch in the VIDEO position.

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COMMUNICATION

Part Names and Functions

g h i j k g

Power input terminal

Supplies AC V or DC 1 V from an external power source.

h

External Device Connectors

• D&N

Connect the external switch to set the D&N function manually.

• ALARM (Alarm Output Terminal)

Connect to the alarm input of an external device.

COM (COMMUNICATION) •

Connect to an external controller of RS-C TTL/

RS-85(optional) format.

i

Power indicator

Lights when the camera is powered.

j

GND

k

Video output connector (BNC type)

Supplies analog video signal (composite) to the connected device such as a DVR or monitor.

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Connections

Precautions

• Be sure to switch off the unit before installation and connection.

A qualified service person, complying with all applicable codes, should perform all required hardware installation.

Do not expose the power and connection cable to moisture, which may cause damage to the unit.

Connection Overview

RS-232C TTL/

RS-485 Unit

External D&N

Switch

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Connections

Connecting Display device

The video signal connection between the camera and the monitor.

Connecting Power Source

Connect power, using the method listed below:

1. Remove the insulation on the power cable as illustrated.

. Attach the terminal tips.

. Connect to the DC 1 V / AC V UL Listed, Class

Power Supply only on the unit.

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Connections

Connecting RS-485/RS-232C TTL

Device

Use these ports to connect an external device of RS-C

TTL/ RS-85 format.

Connecting Alarm Device

Alarm terminals are used to connect the alarm (relay) devices such as sensors, door switches, etc.

Connect the alarm (relay) device to the alarm (relay) output terminal. Alarm signal outputs at an event occurrence.

RS-485 Unit

Tx(+)

Rx(-)

Alarm (Relay)

Device

RS-232C TTL

GND

Tx(+)

Rx(-)

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Connections

Contact Ratings

Maximum load current is

±10 mA.

Do not connect any system or device that has over 0 Vp-p (DC 0 V) bias voltage on the contact terminal.

ALARM

COM

Equivalent

Diagram

Note:

Use a relay unit if the voltage or current of the connected device exceeds the ratings.

Connecting Day&Night Switch

Connect the external D&N switch to the D&N terminal.

External D&N

Switch

Day function

When you open the external switch, the D&N function is set to Day mode.

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Connections

Night function

When you close the external switch, the D&N function is set to night mode.

Note:

If you use the external D&N function, you should set the DAY/NIGHT option to EXT on the setup menu.

Mounting the Lens

1. Remove the lens mount cap from the camera.

. Install the auto-iris lens.

-1. CS mount type lens

Carefully align the lens mount with the camera

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2-1

2-2

Connections

opening, then turn the lens slowly to install it.

-. C mount type lens

To allow for flange- back adjustment, install the

C-mount adaptor (option) on the lens mount, then carefully align the lens mount with the camera opening and turn the lens slowly to install it.

2-1

In such a case, remove the original plug and using a soldering iron, connect a lens iris plug according to the diagram. (Refer to next page.)

lens iris output connector

Pin layout for the lens iris output connector.

2-2

. Connect the lens plug to the lens iris output connector (LENS) on the side of the camera.

When using lenses from other makers, the plug shape may not correspond to the terminal on the camera.

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No.

1

DC type lenses

Damping -

Damping +

Drive +

Drive -

VIDEO type lenses

Vcc (+9 V)

Not used

Video

Ground

Connections

Rewire the lens iris plug

1. Cut off the plug of the lens cable, cut off approximately 8 mm of the insulation, and then strip approximately mm of the ends of the cable sheaths.

8mm

2mm

Concerning Auto-Iris Lenses

DC type auto-iris lens

A lens without driver circuit that operates only on a DC power source. In general, this type of lens is referred to as DC type coil lens. (Set the ALC Lens Setting Switch to the DC position.)

CAUTION:

Depending on the type of lens used, the lens may not perform properly.

. Solder the ends of the cable wires to the ends of the pins, and then attach the cover of the lens iris plug.

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Connections

ELC type auto-iris lens

Use a manual or fixed iris lens (Set the ALC Lens

Setting Switch to the ELC position.)

Be cautions not to use Auto Iris Lens with over 5 mA.

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VIDEO type auto-iris lens

A lens with amplifier circuit that operates on video signal and DC power source. In general, this type of lens is referred to as EE amplifier type lens. ALC and LEVEL volume level controls are available on the lens for iris adjustments. (Set the ALC Lens Setting Switch to the

VIDEO position.)

CAUTION:

Flange-back Adjustment

The adjustment is required only when a lens without focusadjusting mechanism is mounted, or when a lens with adjusting mechanism is mounted and focus that is more accurate is needed.

1. Loosen the flange-back fixing lever.

. Up and down the flange-back adjusting lever to obtain a focused point while watching the monitor screen.

. Tighten the flange-back fixing lever.

Connections

Note:

The object may be out of focus when using a source of near-infrared light than using the visible light.

Note:

If using a camera mounting bracket, select a location that is strong enough to bear the full weight of the camera and the mounting bracket for long periods, and install the camera and mounting bracket securely.

Mounting the camera

The mounting bracket can be secured on either the top or bottom of the camera. Use the same set of screws to attach the mounting bracket on the camera.

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Menu Operation

OSD Menu control buttons

This camera utilizes an on-screen user MENU. To set items on the menu, use the following buttons.

BUTTON Description

Used to move upper direction on the menu screen. Use this button to select an item or adjust the parameters.

UP button

DOWN button

Used to move lower direction on the menu screen. Use this button to select an item or adjust the parameters.

RIGHT button

LEFT button

Moves the cursor to the right. Used to increment the value selected in the menu. The parameter changes each time this button is pressed.

Moves the cursor to the left. Used to decrement the value selected in the menu. The parameter changes each time this button is pressed.

Executes selections and displays a submenu for an item with the mark.

SET button

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Menu Operation

OSD Menu Overview

The following table shows the list of menu items and options. You can adapt the camera to your requirements by setting up the respective items in these menus.

Main Menu

CAMERA ID

Sub Menu

-

EXPOSURE ALC/ ELC

Contents

OFF, 1 to 55

BACKLIGHT OFF/BLC/HSBLC

BRIGHTNESS

AGC

SHUTTER

SENS-UP

EXIT

0 to 100

OFF/LOW/MIDDLE/

HIGH

X51, to, x, AUTO,

OFF, A.FLK, 1/160, to, 1/90 000

OFF

AUTO

RET/TOP/END

Main Menu

WHITE BAL

DAY/NIGHT

Sub Menu

AWC

ATW b

PUSH

MANUAL

AUTO

Contents

COLOR TEMP

RED

BLUE

EXIT

LEVEL

DWELL TIME

EXIT

INDOOR,

OUTDOOR

-100 to 100

-100 to 100

RET/TOP/END

LOW/ MIDDLE/

HIGH

5, 10, 15, 0, 60 s

RET/TOP/END

DAY

NIGHT

EXT

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Menu Operation

Main Menu

MOTION DET

D-DNR

Sub Menu

ON

OFF

OFF

LOW

MIDDLE

HIGH

Contents

ZONE NUMBER AREA1 to

ZONE STATE

HEIGHT

WIDTH

ON/OFF

1 to 100

16 to 100

MOVE Y

MOVE X

SENSITIVITY

EXIT

6 to 9

8 to 9

0 to 100

RET/TOP/END

-

-

-

-

Main Menu

PRIVACY

Sub Menu

OFF

ON

Contents

-

MASK NUMBER AREA1 to AREA8

DISPLAY ON/OFF

COLOR

GRAY, WHITE,

BLACK

HEIGHT

WIDTH

MOVE Y

MOVE X

EXIT

to 100

to 100

to 98

to 98

RET/TOP/END

Menu Operation

Main Menu Sub Menu

SPECIAL

D-ZOOM

D-EFFECT

SHARPNESS

STABILIZER

COLOR

SYNC

USER TITLE

LANGUAGE

EXIT

Contents

OFF

ON

ZOOM

PAN

TILT

EXIT

OFF/ V-FLIP/ MIRROR/ ROTATE

0 to 68

OFF/ ON

OFF/ ON

INT / LL

OFF/ ON

English (The supported language can be different depending on the model.)

RET/TOP/END

Main Menu Sub Menu

CAMERA REBOOT

FACTORY RESET

RESET

COMMUNICATION

EXIT

EXIT

-

Contents

-

-

PROTOCOL

BAUD RATE

SAVE&REBOOT

EXIT

RET/TOP/END

-

Menu Operation

General Operation

1. Press

[SET]

button.

The setup menu screen appears on the monitor.

• TOP: Return to the CAMERA SETTING menu screen.

END: Exit the setup menu.

Camera Identification Settings

You can use the camera identification (CAMERA ID) to assign a number to the camera.

. Use

[UP]

or

[DOWN]

button to select an option then press

[SET]

button.

Submenu appears on the monitor.

. Use

[UP]

or

[DOWN]

button to select a submenu option.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a value.

5. Select [EXIT] option then press

[SET]

to exit the setup menu. In the submenu, use

[UP]

or

[DOWN]

button to select the [EXIT] then use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a mode and press

[SET]

to exit the setup menu.

• RET: Return to the previous.

1. Select [CAMERA ID] option on the [CAMERA SETTING] menu.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

to select a CAMERA ID (OFF, 1 to 55).

Menu Operation

Exposure Settings

You can set the exposure options using the EXPOSURE menu.

1. Select [EXPOSURE] option on the [CAMERA SETTING] menu.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a mode

(ALC y

ELC).

. Press

[SET]

button and the EXPOSURE menu appears.

BACKLIGHT setting

Use BACKLIGHT option to view the object clearly in backlight conditions.

1. Select [BACKLIGHT] option.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a mode then press

[SET]

.

• BLC: Camera's backlight compensation feature helps alleviate issues of visibility in high contrast areas. Set the BLC limit.

> BLC LIMIT: LOW y

MIDDLE y

HIGH

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Menu Operation

HSBLC: Use for masking brightness of the specific area to view the subject more clearly. The HSBLC mode is automatically activated only in low luminance scene.

>

>

>

>

AREA SETTING: Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a area then use

[UP]

or

[DOWN]

button to select a ON or OFF. Press

[SET]

to exit the Area setting menu.

GRAY SCALE: Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a gray scale.

(GRAY y

D.GRAY

y

BLACK).

USER SCALE: Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a bright level.(5 level)

MASK: Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select [ON] or [OFF].

If you set the MASK to ON, the mask function is activate only when the HSBLC is automatically activated in low luminance scene.

OFF: Not used.

Brightness setting

You can increase the brightness of the darkened video. If you set the brightness to lower value, the image is darkened. If you set the brightness to higher value, the image gets bright.

1. Select [BRIGHTNESS] option.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to set the bright level.

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Menu Operation

AGC (Automatic Gain Control) setting

If the images are too dark, change the maximum [AGC] value to make the images brighter.

SHUTTER (Shutter Speed) setting

Select the desired shutter speed for camera exposure. You can change the shutter speed to higher speed to capture fast-moving subjects, though the image becomes darker.

1. Select [AGC] option.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a mode.

(OFF y

LOW y

MIDDLE y

HIGH)

1. Select [SHUTTER] option.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to set shutter speed.

(AUTO y x51 to x)

OFF y

A.FLK y

1/160 to 1/90 000 y

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Menu Operation

SENS-UP setting

If pictures are not clear due to darkness, this SENS-UP operation would increase the sensitivity of picture.

Note:

If you set to one of the SHUTTER options except AUTO on the [SHUTTER] menu or [AGC] to [OFF], the [SENS-UP] setting is not available and [---] mark is displayed.

White Balance settings

Select the method by which the camera shifts its output colors to compensate for the color of a light source.

1. Use

[UP]

or

[DOWN]

button to select [SENS-UP] option.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select mode.

AUTO: Adjust the sensitivity of the picture automatically.

> SENS-UP LIMIT: Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to set the SENS-UP limit.

> EXIT: Select a mode and press

[SET]

to exit the menu.

OFF: Not used.

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1. Select [WHITE BAL] option.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a mode then press

[SET]

.

Menu Operation

ATW (Auto-Tracing White Balance): The color temperature range for the proper white balance is approximately 1 700 to 11 000 K. Proper white balance may not be obtained under the following conditions:

>

>

The color temperature is out of the 1 700 to

11 000 K range.

When the scene contains mostly high color temperature objects, such as a blue sky or sunset.

When the scene is dim.

>

AWC b

PUSH: If you select the AWC matically using

[SET]

button.

b

PUSH mode, you will be able to set up the White Balance auto-

MANUAL: You can set the white balance options manually.

>

-

COLOR TEMP: Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a function.

INDOOR: The color temperature range for the proper white balance is approximately 00 K.

>

>

-

RED: Obtains the optimum amount of red gain.

BLUE: Obtains the optimum amount of blue gain.

OUTDOOR: The color temperature range for the proper white balance is approximately 5 100 K.

Day/Night Setting

1. Select [DAY/NIGHT] option.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select mode for day/ night function.

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Menu Operation

AUTO: You will be able to change the Day/Night mode automatically.

Note:

If you set the AGC to [OFF] or the SHUTTER is set to one of the SHUTTER options except AUTO on the [EXPOSURE] menu, the AUTO mode of the

DAY/NIGHT function is not available and [---] mark is displayed.

> LEVEL: Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a level.

(LOW y

MIDDLE y

HIGH)

> DWELL TIME: Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a dwell time.

(5, 10, 15, 0 or 60 s)

DAY: Color mode enabled.

NIGHT: Black-and-white mode enabled.

EXT : Switches between color picture and blackand-white picture when an external day/night switching signal is received.

Motion Detection Setting

The motion detection detects the moving objects in the scene by monitoring changes in brightness level. You can select the level of sensitivity for motion detection to zone.

1. Select [MOTION DET] option.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a [ON] and press

[SET]

.

The MOTION DETECTION menu appears.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a zone number

(AREA1 to AREA) on the [ZONE NUMBER].

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to set up the ON or OFF on the ZONE STATE.

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Menu Operation

5. Use

[UP]

or

[DOWN]

to select an option then use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to adjust the option.

• HEIGHT: Enlarge or decrease the vertical size of the mask.

• WIDTH: Enlarge or decrease the horizontal size of the mask.

MOVE Y: Moves vertical position of the mask.

MOVE X: Moves horizontal position of the mask.

6. Use [SENSITIVITY] option to obtain the optimum detection level.

3D-DNR Setting

1. Select [D-DNR] option.

If pictures are not clear due to brightness, this option would reduce the noise of picture.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a option.

(OFF y

LOW y

MIDDLE y

HIGH)

Notes:

If you set the AGC to [OFF] on the [EXPOSURE] menu, the [D-DNR] function is not available and [---] mark is displayed.

When you use this function, the afterimage may occur.

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Menu Operation

Privacy Setting

This function is aiming at the protection of personal privacy, selecting a screen part black not to be displayed in the screen. Up to 8 zones can be registered.

1. Select [PRIVACY] option.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a [ON] and press

[SET]

. The PRIVACY SETUP menu appears.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a mask (AREA1 to AREA8) on the [MASK NUMBER].

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to set up the ON or OFF on the DISPLAY option.

5. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to set up the GRAY,

WHITE or BLACK on the COLOR option.

6. Use

[UP]

or

[DOWN]

to select an option then use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to adjust the option.

• HEIGHT: Enlarge or decrease the vertical size of the mask.

WIDTH: Enlarge or decrease the horizontal size of the mask.

MOVE Y: Moves vertical position of the mask.

Note:

MOVE X: Moves horizontal position of the mask.

The parts with the registered mask numbers from AREA1 to AREA have the same color. (So do the parts with the numbers from AREA5 to AREA8). If you change the mask color, the registered mask color will be changed automatically with the same color for each of group (AREA1 to ,

AREA5 to 8).

Menu Operation

Special Menu Settings

This menu lets you adjust and set up D-ZOOM, D-EFFECT,

SHARPNESS, STABILIZER, COLOR, SYNC, USER TITLE,

LANGUAGE function by yourself in the SPECIAL menu.

1. Select [SPECIAL] option.

. Press

[SET]

button and the SPECIAL menu appears.

Setting the D-ZOOM (Digital Zoom ) level

You can select the digital zoom level.

1. Select [D-ZOOM] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a [ON] then press

[SET]

the DIGITAL ZOOM menu appears. When you set to ON, the displayed image can be shaking.

. Use

[UP]

or

[DOWN]

to select a option then use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a level.

ZOOM: Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to enlarge the screen.

PAN: Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to move the screen. (left or right)

TILT: Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to move the screen. (up or down)

Menu Operation

Setting the D-EFFECT (Digital effect)

You can select the digital effect.

Setting the SHARPNESS effect

The degree to which the boundary of the two portions is clearly distinguished.

1. Select [D-EFFECT] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a digital effect.

• V-FLIP: Flip the picture vertically.

MIRROR: Turn on the mirror effect.

ROTATE: Rotate the picture. (180°)

OFF: Turn off the digital effect.

1. Select [SHARPNESS] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to change a adjust the option. If you set the sharpness value to higher, the image outline becomes sharp. If you set to lower value, the image outline becomes dim.

Menu Operation

Stabilizer setting

The image stabilizer function minimizes the appearance of shaky images caused by low-frequency vibration.

This function is useful for outdoor surveillance.

Select [STABILIZER] option and set to ON or OFF.

Setting the COLOR effect

You can switch the displayed picture to gray scale or color.

Note:

If you set the [STABILIZER] to ON, the Digital zoom is set to

[x1.1] automatically.

1. Select [COLOR] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to change a color effect.

ON: To display the picture with color.

OFF: To display the picture with grayscale.

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Menu Operation

Setting the SYNC (Synchronization)

The SYNC function is available only with AC power source.

1. Select [SYNC] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select [INT] or [LL]

(Line Lock).

• INT: Selects for using the internal synchronization.

• LL (Line Lock): Selects for the operation of multi cameras because it synchronizes the camera phase by using the external signal (AC power signal).

-1. Select [LL] mode and press

[SET]

.

-. Select a desired phase using the

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button.

Note:

When you use the DC 1 V power, the [SYNC] option is fixed to [INT] mode only.

Setting the USER TITLE

You can use the camera identification to assign a number and character to the camera (0 to 9, A to Z, a to z).

The USER TITLE is displayed on the upper left of the screen.

To disappear the user title, select [OFF].

1. Select [USER TITLE] option on the [SPECIAL] screen.

. Use

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a [ON] then

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Menu Operation

press

[SET]

. The USER TITLE menu appears.

Language Setting

Select the viewer language for the camera setup menu and

OSD information display.

A

. Use

[UP]

,

[DOWN]

,

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a character or number then press

[SET]

button.

• CLR: Clear all entered characters and numbers.

POS: Move the USER TITLE position on the screen using the arrow buttons.

END: Confirm your selection or exit the setting.

A

(Blank): Inserts a space at the cursor position.

/ : Moves cursor to left or right.

1. Select [LANGUAGE] option on the [SPECIAL] screen.

. Press

[LEFT]

or

[RIGHT]

button to select a language.

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Menu Operation

Reset Settings

1. Select [RESET] option.

. Press

[SET]

button and the RESET menu appears.

. Use

[UP]

or

[DOWN]

to select option.

CAMERA REBOOT: To reboot the camera system.

FACTORY RESET: To reset the camera setting to factory setting, select [FACTORY RESET] option.

COMMUNICATION

>

>

PROTOCOL: Select a protocol for RS-C

TTL/RS-85 communication.

BAUD RATE: Set the speed of communication between the camera and the RS-C

TTL/RS-85 unit.

> SAVE&REBOOT: To confirm the communication settings.

. Press

[SET]

button to confirm your selection.

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Reference

RS-232C TTL/RS-485 Protocol (Optional)

Data Communication Format

Data Length: 1 Byte (8 Bit)

Start/Stop Bit: 1 Bit

Parity Bit: None

Baud rate: 9 600 bps

Format

BYTE1 BYTE BYTE BYTE BYTE5 BYTE6

0xE5 0x86 Camera

ID

*C.S. = Check Sum

CODE1 CODE *C.S.

The data of total 6 bytes is transmitted from the external RS-85 device to the camera.

BYTE 6 : The value of Check Sum from ‘BYTE 1 ’ to

‘BYTE 5 ’.

ex) In case of transmission, 0xC5, 0x5F, 0x0, 0x00,

0x0A”

C.S. = 0xC5 +0x5F +0x0 +0x00 +0x0A = 0x010 therefore, C.S. = 0x0

Commands

Function

OSD Menu ON/OFF

LEFT Button

Right Button

Up Button

Down Button

Menu Button

Command

E5, 86, ID, 1, 0, C.S.

E5, 86, ID, 1, 80, C.S.

E5, 86, ID, 1, 90, C.S.

E5, 86, ID, 11, 80, C.S.

E5, 86, ID, 11, 90, C.S.

E5, 86, ID, 1, 01, C.S.

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Reference

Specification

ITEM

Signal System

Total/Effective Pixels

Pick-up Device

Lens

Signal Process

Synchronization System

Scanning Frequency (H)

Scanning Frequency (V)

Resolution

S/N Ratio

Video Output Signal

0

LSX701N

NTSC

LSX701P

PAL

10 K / 80 K Pixels 70 K / 0 K Pixels

8 mm Interline EX-view HAD CCD

C/CS Mount Lens

XDI Slim

Internal / Line Lock

15.7 kHz

59.9 Hz(VD)

More than 650 TV Lines

More Than 5 dB (AGC Off, F1.)

1 Vp-p Composite (75 Ω)

15.65 kHz

50 Hz(VD)

Reference

ITEM

Minimum

Illumination

Iris Control

Gain Control

Day

Night

Exposure

Shutter Speed

White Balance

Power Source

Power Consumption

Operation Temperature

Storage Temperature

Weight

Dimension (H x V x D)

LSX701N LSX701P

0.0001 lx (Sens-up Auto, F1.) (0.06 lx: Sens-Up Off, F1.)

0.00001 lx (Sens-up Auto, F1.) (0.0006 lx: Sens-Up Off, F1.)

DC/VIDEO/ELC

OFF/LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH

ALC/ELC

1/60 to 1/90 000 1/50 to 1/90 000

ATW/MANUAL

DC 1 V / AC V

. W

-10 ˚C to 50 ˚C (Humidity: 0 % RH to 80 % RH)

-0 ˚C to 60 ˚C (Humidity: 0 % RH to 85 % RH)

0 g

67. x 61.5 x 1 mm

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