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LG LVC-S10HM Owner’s Manual
Operating Instructions
LVC-S10/LVC-S101
LVC-S20/LVC-S201
Before installing and using the camera,
please read these instructions throughly
and retain them for later reference.
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 symbol 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.
This symbol is intended to
alert the user to the presence
of important operating and
maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
Warning
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet Refer servicing
to qualified personnel only.
Regulatory Notices
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation! This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
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Contents
Features ..................................................................................................................................3
Cautions for Safe Operation ......................................................................................................4
Operating Controls and Their Functions ..............................................................................5-6
Connections .........................................................................................................................7-8
Back Focus Adjustment ..........................................................................................................9
Installation of Camera............................................................................................................10
Function Set up ................................................................................................................11-18
Specifications ...................................................................................................................19-22
FEATURES
This color video camera is designed for use
in monitoring system.
• High resolution and high sensitivity with a
1/3 inch Super HAD CCD (Charge Coupled
Device)
• Built-in Digital Zoom x2
• Easy operation for lens application
(C/CS Adjustment type mount)
• Built-in Motion Detection
• External Sync.(Line Lock, Genlock, VD Lock)
• On Screen display
• Isolated power circuit
Maintence of the unit
• 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 dampended with a
small quantity of neutral detergent and
then wipe dry.
• Avoid the use of volatile solvents such as
thinners, alcohol, benzene, and insecticides.
They may damage the surface of the body.
3
Cautions for Safe Operation
Power Supply
S10, S20 : They must be operated with a AC
24V class 2 power supply and DC12V
alternatively.
In the U.S.A, use a Power supply which is UL
Listed.
In the Canada, use a Power supply which is
CSA Certified.
* Notes:Be careful of AC frequency when the
camera is operated with Line lock mode.
AC24V(50Hz): S10HP/S10NP/S20HP
AC24V(60Hz): S10HM/S10NM/S20HM
S101, S201:They must be operated with the
range from AC100V to AC240V
* Notes:Be careful of AC frequency when the
camera is operated with Line lock mode.
AC100V-240V(50Hz):S101HP/S101NP/
S201HP
AC100V-240V(60Hz):S101HM/S101NM/
S201HM
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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 a cause of fire or electric shock.
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 -10oC~50oC, however, we
recommend that the unit be used within a
temperature range of 0oC~45oC)
• 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.
OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
1
3
4
7
Control names and Location
2
5
6
8
POWER
POWER
AC 100-240V~
Da- Da+ Dr+ Dr- Alarm Out
VCC
Video GND
AC 24V
IN
1
DC 12V
IN
Da- Da+ Dr+ Dr- Alarm Out
VCC
Video GND
2
GEN-LOCK
Class 1 Only
9
10
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
ELC
DC
GND
GEN-LOCK
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
ELC
DC
V.PHASE
V.PHASE
Class 2 Only
11
12 13 14
S101,S201’ S S10,S20’ S
1. Tripod adaptor
This adaptor can also be attached on the bottom of the camera
2. Flange-back Adjusting Lever
This lever is used to adjust the back focal length or picture focus. Rotate this
lever clockwise for a C-mount lens or counterclockwise for a CS-mount lens.
3. Function key cover
4. Function key button (see page 13)
5. Auto Iris Lens Connector
This connector, which is built-in 4 pin male connector, is used to connect with
the auto iris lens.
6. CCD Cover
7. Power indicator
This indicator light up when the power of this camera is on.
8. Connection Terminal
These 4 Terminals are used to connect the auto iris lens which should be
connected by wire.
The first terminal from the left is used to connect Alarm Output.
9. Power Cord Socket
This socket is used to connect the power cord.
10.Auto Iris Lens Selection Switch
This switch is used to set the mode with user’s preference.(user selection)
11.V-PHASE adjustment screw
12.AC/DC Compatible Input Terminal(DC12V/AC24V)
13.External Sync.Input jack
(GEN-LOCK/VD LOCK)
14.Video Output Jack
5
OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
1
2
The Adjustment method of Line Lock Phase
When using a camera switcher to connect 2 cameras or
more to one monitor, there may be a vertical roll of the
images when switched. In such a case, refer to the
below.
-The vertical sync phase can be manually adjusted
within the range approximately from -90o to 90o.
- Switch the display on the monitor from camera1 to
camera2.
Adjust the V.PHASE volume on camera2 until the
vertical roll of the image stops.
If more than two cameras are used, please repeat this
procedure for all the cameras.
- If you can’t adjust vertical sync. phase,
Please exchange the polarity of input terminal.
➀ Camera switcher
② Monitor
➂ Vertical phase
3
6
CONNECTIONS
Power Connection
POWER
LVC-S101, LVC-S201 (AC100V-AC240V)
1. Connect the AC power cord (supplied as an accessory) to the power cord
socket of the camera.
2. Connect the AC power cord to an electrical outlet of 100V - 240V
AC 100-240V~
G
Cl
1O l
DC 12V
IN
12 V DC
(10.5V~24V)
AC 240V
IN
1
2
24 VAC
(19.5V~28V)
GND
1
2
LVC-S10, LVC-S20 (DC12V/AC24V Compatible)
1. DC 12V Power Supply
Remove the insulation on the power cable as illustrated and connect the
power cord to the AC/DC compatible terminals on rear panel of the camera.
Note :
Be cautious of the polarity of positive and negative.
Be sure to confirm DC 12V ±2V
2. AC 24V Power Supply
Connect the power cable to the AC/DC compatible input terminal on the rear
panel of the camera
Note :
To get the optimum performance from the unit, be sure to connect to an AC
supply of 24V ±10%
Connecting the monitor
➀ To VIDEO OUT
② To video input on the monitor
7
Flange-Back Focus adjusting lever
1. Mount the lens by turning it clockwise on the lens mount of the camera.
2. Set the slide switch of rear panel to your lens type
3. Connect the lens cable to the auto iris lens connector on the side of the
camera.
4. If the lens connection is not connector type but wired cable type, connect
this cable to iris terminal block at rear panel.
In this case, note the terminal assignment of DC or Video lens.
Notes: Rotate the lever clockwise until it stops.
If the lever is not at the end, the inner glass or CCD image sensor may be
damaged.
1
2
Auto
IRIS
Lens
Da- Da+ Dr+ Dr- Alarm Out
VCC
Video GND
2
4
Mounting Auto Iris Lens
Auto Iris 4 Pin Plug Connector
Lens
No
Connection
DC
1
2
3
4
Damp Damp +
Drive +
Drive -
1
Lens
Video
No
Connection
1
2
3
4
DC 12V
NOT USED
Video
Gnd
3
Alarm Connection
Da- Da+ Dr+ Dr- Alarm Out
VCC
Video GND
Alarm
/ VCR
8
1. Connect the alarm out from terminal to VCR or other equipment.
2. Set the alarm mode by using Menu function (see page 13)
Notes: Alarm GND is shared with Auto Iris GND
BACK FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
1. Loosen the screws on the flange -back adjusting lever.
2. Turn the flange-back adjusting lever to the proper focus position.
3. Tighten the screws with (-)driver on the flange-back adjusting lever
2
1 3
Lever
Flange-Back
adjusting lever
9
INSTALLATION OF CAMERA
This camera is mounted with tripod which makes it possible to install from both of
the bottom and the top of the unit as illustrated.
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FUNCTION SET UP
1. CAMERA SETUP MENU
MENU 1
Brightness
Brightness
Up/Down
Shutter
ELC DC/Video
Auto
AGC
On/Off
Flickerless/
Shutter Up/Down
Back Light
On/Off
Sharpness
Normal/
Soft/
Sharp
WBC Mode
ATW/AWC
ATW
R/B
Sync.Mode
INT/LL
Push
Auto
INT/LL
Manual
Selection
VD/VS
Automatic
Selection
11
MENU 2
Motion DET
On/Off
Camera ID
On/Off
Level Set
ID Set
Area Set
12
Wide Burst
On/Off
Inital Set
On/Off
Sensitivity
2. SETTING THE MENU
Up Button
Left Button
Set Switch
Right Button
Down Button
This camera has user setting menu that is displayed on the monitor.
To set OSD function, use the following buttons on the side panel.
Up/Down Button ( / ) : This button is used to select function .
Left/Right Button ( / ) : This button is used to set or adjust parameters.
Center Button ( ) : This button is used to access menu mode and exit the menu.
* The function of Digital Zoom is directly operated with Left / Right button.
(Left button is telephoto key and Right button is wide angle Key)
• Opening the Setup Menu
Press and hold down ( ) for two seconds or longer and the OSD Menu appears on the
monitor as shown in the picture on the left.
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• Editing the Camera Setup Menu 1
MENU 1
BRIGHTNESS
SHUTTER
1/250
AGC
ON
BACKLIGHT
OFF
SHARPNESS
NORMAL
WBC MODE
ATW
SYNC MODE
INT
1. BRIGHTNESS Adjustment
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “BRIGHTNESS”
/
- Use the
button to adjust the degree of brightness.
/
2. Shutter Speed Setting
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “SHUTTER”
/
Use the
button to set the shutter speed mode.
/
There are 8 steps in High Shutter Mode ; Normal 1/60(1/50 at
PAL), flickerless, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000 and
1/10000.
Notes : This function is effective with DC or Video Iris Mode.
3. AGC Setting
- Use the
/
- Use the
/
button to move the cursor to “AGC”
button to set the AGC On / Off mode.
4. BACKLIGHT Setting
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “BACKLIGHT”
/
- Use the
button to set the BLC On / Off mode.
/
5. SHARPNESS Setting
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “SHARPNESS”
/
- Use the
button to set the mode .
/
There are 3 modes ; Normal, Soft and Sharp.
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MENU 1
BRIGHTNESS
SHUTTER
1/250
AGC
ON
BACKLIGHT
OFF
SHARPNESS
NORMAL
WBC MODE
ATW
SYNC MODE
INT
ATW SETTING
R POINT
B POINT
MOVE POSITION
,
CHANGE DATA
,
RETURN TO MAIN
6 WBC(White Balance Control)Mode setting
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “WBC MODE”
/
- Use the
button to set the mode (ATW, AWC)
/
- Use the ( ) to move to submenu in ATW menu.
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “R POINT” or “B
/
POINT”.
- Use the
button to adjust the color position
/
- Only when you press the center button in AWC Mode , Push Auto
White Mode can work.
ATW Mode : White Balance is automatically designated. (The range
of color temperature is approximately from 2300K to
9000K.)
AWC Mode : White Balance is fixed and Push Auto White Mode is
operated only by pressing the center button.
7. SYNC MODE Setting
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “SYNC MODE”
/
button to set the LL(Line lock) or INT(internal)
- Use the
/
Whenever the VBS or the VD signals are supplied to GENLOCK
input jack, the camera switches automatically to the VBS Lock or
VD Lock mode.
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• Editing the Camera Setup Menu 2
MENU 2
MOTION DET
CAMERA ID
ON
ON
WIDE BURST
ON
INITIAL SET
OFF
MOTION DETECT
SENSITIVIY
MASK AREA SET
RETURN
16
MOVE POSITION
,
CHANGE DATA
,
1. MOTION DETECTION Setting
button to move the cursor to “MOTION DET”.
- Use the
/
- Use the
button to set the mode On or Off.
/
If the MOTION DET is set, “Motion Detected” appears on the
top of monitor.
* Set the SENSITIVITY
- Press the
button to move to submenu.
button to move the cursor to “SENSITIVITY”.
- Use the
/
- Use the
button to adjust the sensitivity of motion detection.
/
* Set the area of Motion Detection
- Press the
button to move submenu.
- Use the
/ button to move the cursor to “MASK AREA SET”.
- Use the
button to move to mask position
/
button to set the mask use or not.
- Use the
/
* White Mask indicates exception of motion detection.
There are five mask area in this camera.
Notes :
Motion Detection is malfunction under the following situation.
Please note the conditions in the below.
* When shooting an object under flickering fluorescent light.
* When leaves or curtains are swayed by the wind.
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
QRSTUVWXYZabcdef
ghijklmnopqrstuv
wxyz0123456789.,
’?!&*
:()<>/+-
RETURN POSI CLEAR
FRONT DOOR
*When the object is put in the place where the degree of light is not
constant.
*When the digital zoom is working, the Motion detection does not
work . Please set the zoom switch to the end of wide mode.
2. CAMERA ID Setting
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “CAMERA ID”
/
- Press the
button to move to submenu.
- Use the
button and
button to move the
/
/
cursor to the characters that you want.
- Use the
button to set the characters.
- Use the
button to set the mask use or not.
/
To change the characters :
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “ ”
/
- Use
button to move the cursor to characters that you
/
want and repeat the above steps for ID Setting.
To change ID display location :
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “POSI”
/
- Press the
button to move to the submenu.
- Use the
button to select the position and press the
/
button to set the position.
To erase all characters :
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “CLEAR” And then,
/
press the
button to erase.
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MENU 2
MOTION DET
CAMERA ID
ON
ON
WIDE BURST
ON
INITIAL SET
OFF
MENU 2
18
MOTION DET
ON
CAMERA ID
ON
WIDE BURST
ON
SENSITIVITY
X2 AUTO
INITIAL SET
OFF
3. WIDE BURST Setting
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “WIDE BURST”
/
- Use the
button to set the On / Off mode.
/
WIDE BURST Setting is useful to prevent attenuation of burst
signal in case of long distance installation.
4. ELECTRONIC SENSITIVITY Up Setting
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “SENSITIVITY”
/
- Use the
button to select the mode with your preference.
/
(OFF, x2 auto, x4 auto , x6 auto, x10 auto, x16 auto, x32 auto,
OFF, x2 fix, x4 fix, x6 fix, x10 fix, x16 fix, x32 fix, OFF, ...)
Notes: * ELC Mode does not have the function of FIX Mode.
* If you select x32 AUTO, for example, the sensitivity is
raised automatically to x32 Max.
* If you select x32 FIX, for example, the sensitivity is raised
to just x32
* When AUTO is selected, AGC is automatically set to ON.
5. INITIAL Setting
All Reset allows you to reset all menu items to the factory settings
if you are unsure whether all the modes were set up correctly or not.
- Use the
button to move the cursor to “INITIAL SET”
/
- Use the
button to set ON mode, and then all the data is
/
set to factory value.
Specification
Model
Signal System
Total/Effective Pixels
Pick-Up Device
Lens
Auto Iris
Signal Process
Digital Zoom
Scanning System
Sync. System
Scanning Frequency
Resolution
S/N Ratio
Standard Illuminance
Sensitivity (1/3 Output)
Video Output Signal
Gain Control
Electronic Exposure
Shutter Speed
White Balance
Back Light
Bright control
Motion Detection
Wide Burst
Sharpness
Power Source
Power Consumption
Operating Temp.
Storage Temp.
Weight
Dimensions
LVC-S10HM
LVC-S10NM
LVC-S10HP
NTSC
410K/380K
x2
270K/250K
470K/440K
1/3 - Inch Interline Color CCD(Super HAD)
CS/C MOUNT
Electronic /DC Iris / Video Iris , Selectable ( with Slide SW)
Digital Signal Process
x2
LVC-S10NP
PAL
320K/290K
2:1 Interlace
Internal / External (VS / VD / Line Lock)
59.94HZ(VD)
50HZ(VD)
480Line(H)
330Line(H)
480Line(H)
320Line(H)
More than 48dB
2000Lux (3200°K)
0.5Lux (F1.0)
0.4Lux (F1.0)
0.5Lux (F1.0)
0.4Lux (F1.0)
1Vp-p Composite (75Ω)
ON/OFF
Electronic Shutter (1/60 - 1/10000)
Electronic Shutter (1/50 - 1/10000)
8 Step with Flickerless (Normal 1/60)
8 Step with Flickerless (Normal 1/50)
ATW/AWC/Push Auto
ON/OFF
Manual Up,Down
TTL Out (Low Active)
ON/OFF
Normal / Soft / Sharp
DC 12V / AC 24V
3.5W
-10oC ~ 50 oC (Humidity : 0%RH ~ 80%RH)
-20 oC ~ 60 oC (Humidity : 0%RH ~ 85%RH)
430g
58(H) X 66(V) X 135.5(D)
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Model
Signal System
Total/Effective Pixels
Pick-Up Device
Lens
Auto Iris
Signal Process
Digital Zoom
Scanning System
Sync. System
Scanning Frequency
Resolution
S/N Ratio
Standard Illuminance
Sensitivity (1/3 Output)
Video Output Signal
Gain Control
Electronic Exposure
Shutter Speed
White Balance
Back Light
Bright control
Motion Detection
Wide Burst
Sharpness
Power Source
Power Consumption
Operating Temp.
Storage Temp.
Weight
Dimensions
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LVC-S101HM
LVC-S101NM
LVC-S101HP
NTSC
410K/380K
x2
270K/250K
470K/440K
1/3 - Inch Interline Color CCD (Super HAD)
CS/C MOUNT
Electronic /DC Iris / Video Iris , Selectable (with Slide SW)
Digital Signal Process
x2
LVC-S101NP
PAL
320K/290K
2:1 Interlace
Internal / External (VS / VD / Line Lock)
59.94HZ(VD)
50HZ(VD)
480Line(H)
330Line(H)
480Line(H)
320Line(H)
More than 48dB
2000Lux (3200°K)
0.5Lux (F1.0)
0.4Lux (F1.0)
0.5Lux (F1.0)
0.4Lux (F1.0)
1Vp-p Composite (75Ω)
ON/OFF
Electronic Shutter (1/60 - 1/10000)
Electronic Shutter (1/50 - 1/10000)
8 Step with Flickerless (Normal 1/60)
8 Step with Flickerless (Normal 1/50)
ATW/AWC/Push Auto
ON/OFF
Manual Up,Down
TTL Out (Low Active)
ON/OFF
Normal / Soft / Sharp
AC 100 - 240V
4.5W
o
o
-10 C~ 50 C(Humidity :0%RH ~ 80%RH)
o
o
-20 C ~ 60 C (Humidity : 0%RH ~ 85%RH)
480g
58(H) X 66(V) X 135.5(D)
Model
Signal System
Total/Effective Pixels
Pick-Up Device
Lens
Auto Iris
Signal Process
Digital Zoom
Scanning System
Sync. System
Scanning Frequency
Resolution
S/N Ratio
Standard Illuminance
Sensitivity (1/3 Output)
Video Output Signal
Gain Control
Electronic Exposure
Shutter Speed
White Balance
Back Light
Bright control
Motion Detection
Wide Burst
Sharpness
Power Source
Power Consumption
Operating Temp.
Storage Temp.
Weight
Dimensions
LVC-S20HM
LVC-S20HP
NTSC
410K/380K
1/3 - Inch Interline Color CCD (Super HAD)
CS/C MOUNT
Electronic /DC Iris / Video Iris , Selectable (with Slide SW)
Digital Signal Process
x2
PAL
470K/440K
2:1 Interlace
Internal / External (VS / VD / Line Lock)
59.94HZ(VD)
480Line(H)
50HZ(VD)
480Line(H)
More than 48dB
2000Lux (3200°K)
0.005Lux (F1.0)
1Vp-p Composite (75Ω)
ON/OFF
Electronic Shutter (1/60 - 1/10000)
Electronic Shutter (1/50 - 1/10000)
8 Step with Flickerless (Normal 1/60)
8 Step with Flickerless (Normal 1/50)
ATW/AWC/Push Auto
ON/OFF
Manual Up,Down
TTL Out (Low Active)
ON/OFF
Normal / Soft / Sharp
DC 12V / AC 24V
4W
o
o
-10 C~ 50 C (Humidity : 0%RH ~ 80%RH)
o
o
-20 C ~ 60 C (Humidity : 0%RH ~ 85%RH)
430g
58(H) X 66(V) X 135.5(D)
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Model
Signal System
Total/Effective Pixels
Pick-Up Device
Lens
Auto Iris
Signal Process
Digital Zoom
Scanning System
Sync. System
Scanning Frequency
Resolution
S/N Ratio
Standard Illuminance
Sensitivity (1/3 Output)
Video Output Signal
Gain Control
Electronic Exposure
Shutter Speed
White Balance
Back Light
Bright control
Motion Detection
Wide Burst
Sharpness
Power Source
Power Consumption
Operating Temp.
Storage Temp.
Weight
Dimensions
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LVC-S201HM
NTSC
410K/380K
1/3 - Inch Interline Color CCD (Super HAD)
CS/C MOUNT
Electronic /DC Iris / Video Iris , Selectable (with Slide SW)
Digital Signal Process
x2
LVC-S201HP
PAL
470K/440K
2:1 Interlace
Internal / External (VS / VD / Line Lock)
59.94HZ(VD)
50HZ(VD)
480Line(H)
480Line(H)
More than 48dB
2000Lux (3200°K)
0.005Lux (F1.0)
1Vp-p Composite (75Ω)
ON/OFF
Electronic Shutter (1/60 - 1/10000)
Electronic Shutter (1/50 - 1/10000)
8 Step with Flickerless (Normal 1/60)
8 Step with Flickerless (Normal 1/50)
ATW/AWC/Push Auto
ON/OFF
Manual Up,Down
TTL Out (Low Active)
ON/OFF
Normal / Soft / Sharp
AC 100 - 240V
5W
-10°C~ 50°C (Humidity :0%RH ~ 80%RH)
-20°C ~ 60°C (Humidity : 0%RH ~ 85%RH)
480g
55(H) X 66(V) X 135.5(D)
P/NO.: 3834RC0019G
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