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WDR DAY/NIGHT COLOR CAMERA
SCC-B2305(P)/B2005P
User’s Manual
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Important Safety Instructions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
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CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE REAR
COVER. NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates
high voltage is present
inside. It is dangerous to
make any kind of contact
with any inside part of
this product.
This symbol alerts you
that important literature
concerning operation and
maintenance has been
included with this
product.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
To prevent damage which may result in fire or electric shock hazard,
do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
10.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions.
11.
1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
12.
2) This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired
operation.
13.
CAUTION:
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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14.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or groundingtype 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.
Protect the power cord from being from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
Use only with cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by
the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a used,
caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tipover.
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 been dropped.
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Contents
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Chapter 1
Introduction ........................................................ 5
Chapter 2
Special Features ............................................. 6
Chapter 3
Part Names and Functions ............................... 7
Chapter 4
Installation .......................................................... 12
Fixing Lens and Adjusting Lens Selection Switch ....... 15
Adjusting Back Focus ........................................ 16
[WDR(Wide Dynamic Range)]
Connecting Cables ............................................ 18
The WDR camera is a state of 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.
Connecting Automatic Shutter Lens Connector........... 14
Appendix
Introduction
The WDR(Wide Dynamic Range)DAY/NIGHT camera shall be used to
express both dark and bright part distinctively in the screen with a dual
shutter. The conventional camera clips the screen white when a bright
object like a window occupies the screen while this camera is a technically
integrated state-of-the-art product to revive even a brighter part distinctively.
The DAY/NIGHT Camera operates in a color mode in an the illumination
over the standard value and otherwise in B/W mode by deleting the IR Cut
function, which contributes to the improvement of sensitivity so that it is
called a low illumination camera which is able to identify objects in a dark
area. Meanwhile, it has incorporated a Sense Up function owing to a low
speed shutter and a field accumulation method to improve its low
illumination feature prominently.
Cautions for Installation and Use ....................... 13
Chapter 5
Chapter 1
Camera Set-Up ................................................. 20
Product Specification ........................................ 39
[DAY/NIGHT]
It is a function of a color camera to delete the fiter with the IR Cut
function in an illumination below the standard value so that it has
a better sensitivity.
The DAY/NIGHT Camera is mostly used in dark places like basement
parking lots with a comparatively low illumination. In daytime, it provides a
color screen of high density with a horizontal resolution of 480, and, at
night, it utilizes the DAY/NIGHT function as well as the Sense Up function
to identify objects. In same cases, you may use this camera in relation to
the infrared ray emission equipment additionally.
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Special Features
High Sensitivity
It has an up-to-date 1/3" Super-HAD P/S CCD for an image of high
sensitivity.
Function 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.
Low Illumination Function
It has both a low illumination function and DAY/NIGHT function based on
digital signal technology in order to operate in the worst environment
without light.
Superior Back Light Adjustment Function
In case the object has a bright illumination or sunlight behind it, this camera
adjusts the image shaded by the back light for clear photographs.
Chapter 3
Part Names and Functions
Side View
Auto Iris Lens
Connector
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Mount Adapter Fixing
Groove
Back Focus
Control Bar
ALC Lens
Selection Switch
Automatic Shutter
Lens Control Cable
Camera Lens
Digital Power Supply Synchronization Method
The Full Digital Method Line Lock is realized in this camera, which adjusts
the vertical camera synchronization directly to improve controllability and
reliability of the camera.
Mount Adapter Fixing Groove
This groove is used for screwing the mount adapter, a part of the bracket
where the camera will be installed.
High Resolution
It realizes high resolution resulting from full digital image processing
supported by a state-of-art digital signal technology.
Camera Lens(Option)
This lens is installed in the camera.
* A camera lens with a stained surface should be cleaned softly with a lens
tissue or ethanol painted cotton cloth.
Output Signal Setting
You may select the REVERSE (horizontally, vertically, or both) function of
the video output signal and the private, horizontal, and vertical profile.
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Auto Iris Lens Connector
This connector provides the automatic shutter lens with power supply,
control signal, video signal, or DC signal necessary for the control of the
lens shutter
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Auto Iris Lens Control Cable
This cable transmits the control signal from the camera to control the lens
shutter.
SCC-B2005P Rear View
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AC 220-240V
Back Focus Control Bar
It controls the back focus.
ALC Lens Setting Switch
This switch sets the Auto Iris lens type for use.
DC : When you attach an Auto Iris lens requiring the DC control signal,
please put this switch in the DC position.
VIDEO : When you attach an Auto Iris lens requiring the video control
signal, please put this switch in the VIDEO position.
SCC-B2305(P) Rear View
① Power Display LED
When the camera is supplied with power, LED is on.
➁ Video Output Terminal
The monitor video input terminal is connected with this terminal through
which the camera video signal comes out.
➂ Remote Input Terminal(RS-232)
This terminal is used for camera control at the production plant.
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TXD
RXD
+5V
GND
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➃ DAY/NIGHT External Signal Input & Alarm Signal Output
This is a function to receive the external DAY/NIGHT signal from the
sensor(option) and convert the signal into BW. The MOTION DET
function generates an alarm signal when a movement is detected.
⑤ Camera Operation Switch(Setup Switch)
The function of the camera operation switch changes depending on
whether the camera is currently in the usual operation mode(No setup
menu is seen on the screen) or the setup menu mode.
[LEFT/RIGHT] key
[UP/DOWN] key
DAY/NIGHT IN
①
GND
➁
ALARM OUT
[ENTER] key
Connect an external sensor to the DAY/NIGHT terminal as shown in ① then
connect any external device such as a buzzer or lamp to the ALARM
terminal as shown in ➁.
The ALARM output terminal is an open collector with the following capacity:
DC 16V and 100mA.
OFF : Open contact
ON : Below 100mA
The DAY/NIGHT input terminal has the input of DC 5V pull-up and over
0.2mA.
[UP/DOWN] key : These keys move up or down the cursor.
[LEFT/RIGHT] key : These keys move the cursor to the left or right or
identify the values sequentially which can be
assigned in each setup menu.
[ENTER] key : It is used to enter the Setup menu.(Press it about 2
seconds.)
It is used to enter a sub-menu of a setup menu by
clicking the setup menu or to set the current value.
➅ Power Connection Port
This port is connected to the power(adapter) cable.
OFF : Open contact
ON : Closed contact
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Chapter 4
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Installation
This chapter describes what should be checked before installation, how to
set the installation environment, and what should be done during
installation. Then, it describes how to install the camera and connect the
cable in actual circumstances.
What should be done during installation and use
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① Do not disassemble the camera on your own.
➁ Be careful when handling the camera at all times. Do not strike the
Before Installation
camera with your fists or shake it. The camera should be stored and
treated with care to avoid any damage.
Checking the contents of the package
Be sure to check if the following items are included in the package.
➂ Do not put or operate the camera in rain or wet places.
➃ Do not scrub the camera body with rough sandpaper when it is stained.
Please use a dry cloth at all times.
⑤ Put the camera in a cool area free from direct light. Otherwise, the
camera may be damaged.
Camera
User's Manual
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Camera Holder(Mount)
C Mount Adapter
Auto Iris
Lens Connector
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Connecting Auto Iris Lens Connector
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Installation
Prepare the Auto Iris lens connector, a camera auxiliary, as follows :
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Lens Fixing
In case of CS lenses
Turn the CS lens clockwise until it is fixed as shown as follows.
CS lens
Connect each uncovered shutter control cable wire to the Auto Iris lens
connector as follows.
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Pin No.
DC Control Type
VIDEO Control Type
1
Damp(-)
Power (+12V)
2
Damp(+)
N/A
3
Drive(+)
VIDEO Signal
4
Drive(-)
GROUND
In case of C lenses
Turn the C-mount adapter clockwise to fix it. Then turn the C lens
clockwise until it is fixed as follows.
C lens
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Setting Switch Control
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You should change the position of the lens setting switch on the side of the
camera according to the lens type. Depending on whether you fixed the DC
control type Auto Iris lens or video control type automatic shutter lens, you
should put the switch in "DC" or "VIDEO" position respectively.
Lenses with zoom function
① Image an object with high resolution(letticed) at a distance of 3 to 5 m
and zoom in the lens as close to TELE as possible. Then adjust the lens
focus bar until the object is seen best.
➁ Zoom in the lens as close to WIDE as possible and adjust the BACK
FOCUS adjustment bar until the object is seen best.
➂ Repeat from ① to ➁ above 2 or 3 times until the focus on the ZOOM
TELE side is in line with that on the ZOOM WIDE side.
Back Focus Adjustment
The camera back focus is adjusted at the plant before delivery, but some
lenses are out of focus though the number differs in types. If it's the case,
you should make the back focus adjustment as follows. First, this is the
back focus adjustment procedure for fixed focus lenses.
Lenses without zoom function
① Image an object with high resolution(letticed) at more than 10m distance
and put the lens focus ring in the infinite(∞) position.
➁ Rotate the BACK FOCUS control bar until the object is seen best.
➂ Tighten the BACK FOCUS control bar fixing screw.
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Connecting Cables and Checking Operation
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1 First, connect the connector of the BNC cable to the Video Out terminal
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2 Second, connect the other connector of the BNC cable to the Video In
terminal.
Video In Terminal of
Monitor Rear Surface
BNC cable
SCC-B2005P
Video Out Terminal
3 Then, connect the power adapter. Connect a part of the power adapter
composed of 2 lines to the Camera Power In terminal with a flat-head
driver as follows.(GND : marked with a white line)
* Power source may be AC24V or DC12V irrespective of polarity
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Chapter 5
Camera Set-Up
This chapter describes how to set up the camera. The first part
describes the whole set up menu and composition and the second part
describes the function of each menu.
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CAMERA ID
ON.../OFF
CAMERA ID AND
LOCATION SETUP
ON...
DC...
DC IRIS SETUP
IRIS
DC... /VIDEO/ELC...
ELC LEVEL SETUP
ELC...
BLC/WDR
OFF
/BLC...
/WDR...
BLC AREA SETUP
BLC...
BOTTOM...TOP...
CAMERA ID
This CAMERA ID menu designates a CAMERA ID on the monitor screen
connected to the camera. If you turn on the CAMERA ID menu and press
the [ENTER] key, the sub-screen will appear to designate a CAMERA ID.
The CAMERA ID may be composed of letters, numbers, special texts, or a
combination of these up to 20 digits. The designated CAMERA ID can be
located at any place as desired by using the submenu
LEFT...RIGHT...
CENTER...
WDR...
LEVEL SETUP
FLICKERLESS SETUP
COLOR/BW
COLOR/BW...
/AUTO.../EXT...
BW...
BURST ON/OFF
AUTO...
SETUP
MENU
SHUTTER
OFF/ 1/100~1/10K
OFF/ AUTO
X2~X160
BURST ON/OFF
LEVEL DURATION
BURST ON/OFF
EXT...
AGC
OFF/LOW/HIGH
MOTION
S.SLOW/SLOW/
NORM/FAST/F.FAST
MANU...
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
ON...
DC...
OFF
COLOR
OFF
OFF
ATW
INT
...
QUIT
(CAMERA ID)
press the
[ENTER] key
A BCDEFGHIJKL
MNOPQRSTUVW
X YZ0123456789
: ! - + * ( ) /
SP❿❿➛➛SP
LOCATION...
RET
....................
3200K/5600K/USER
RED-BLUE SETUP
LINE...
PHASE SETUP
WHITE BAL
ATW/AWC/MANU...
BAUD RATE, REVERSE,
POSI/NEGA, DETAIL,
MOTION DET...,
PRIVACY..., LANGUAGE
SYNC
INT/LINE...
SPECIAL
...
PRIVACY...
PRIVACY TYPE &
AREA SETUP
SPECIAL...
EXIT
QUIT/SAVE/PRESET
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MOTION
DET...
AREA SETUP
SENSITIVITY SETUP
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IRIS
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This CAMERA has an IRIS function for automatic control of the brightness
level through the intensity of radiation. The ALC can select the DC IRIS
level, VIDEO IRIS, and ELC LEVEL.
❿ VIDEO
It is used while the VIDEO lens is in use. You shall use the variable
resistor attached to the IRIS LEVEL LENS for the control. Then put the
ALC LENS selection switch on the camera side in “VIDEO” position.
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
❿ DC...
If you select the DC menu and press the [ENTER] key, the sub-screen
will appear to set the brightness level. Here, you are able to set the
brightness level by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT key in the LEVEL
menu. Level setting is available only by using the DC IRIS lens.
Then, you shall puts the ALC LENS selection switch on the side of the
camera in the “DC” position.
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
ON...
DC...
OFF
COLOR
OFF
OFF
ATW
INT
...
QUIT
❿ ELC...
This menu controls the High Speed Shutter Level within a limited range
in the event of too intensive radiation from outside while using the
Manual Lens. If you select the ELC in the IRIS menu and press the
[ENTER] key, the following subscreen will appear. Here, you are able to
set the level by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT key.
(IRIS/DC)
press the
[ENTER] key
LEVEL
RET
(0) ----I---CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
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OFF
VIDEO
OFF
COLOR
OFF
OFF
ATW
INT
...
QUIT
ON...
ELC...
OFF
COLOR
OFF
OFF
ATW
INT
...
QUIT
(IRIS/ELC)
press the
[ENTER] key
LEVEL
RET
(0)
----I----
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❿ 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.
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
OFF
DC
WDR...
COLOR
OFF
OFF
ATW
INT
...
QUIT
(WDR)
press the
[ENTER] key
LEVEL
L---I---H
FLICKERLESS
RET
OFF
❖ The level of DC IRIS can be set at the time of WDR function setup.
❿ BLC...
If you use an 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 BLC function prevents such a back light effect to secure
a clear image under all illumination environments. Press the LEFT or RIGHT
key at OFF to set the USER function for a setting of the already set 5 areas
including BOTTOM..., TOP..., LEFT..., RIGHT..., and CENTER. If you select
the BOTTOM... in the BLC menu and press the [ENTER] key, you will be able
to certify the already set BOTTOM area.
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
ON...
ELC...
BLC...
COLOR
OFF
OFF
ATW
INT
...
QUIT
(BLC)
press the
[ENTER] key
AREA
RET
BOTTOM...
press the
[ENTER] key
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COLOR/BW
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The COLOR/BW menu turns the IR(Infrared) Filter on or off. In low
illumination environments, the BW mode will turn off the IR Filter and the
sensitivity will be as high as that of BW cameras. Otherwise, the BW mode
will turn on the IR Filter and the sensitivity will return to normal to recover
the normal screen.
❿ COLOR
In this mode, the camera outputs the video image only in color.
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
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❿ BW...
This is the IR Filter OFF Mode in black and white.(high sensitivity like
BW cameras) If you select the BW... and press the [Enter] key, the BW
submenu screen will appear. You will be able to send out the BURST
signal by turning on or off in this menu.
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
ON...
DC...
OFF
BW...
OFF
OFF
--INT
...
QUIT
(BW)
press the
[ENTER] key
BURST
RET
ON
ON...
DC...
OFF
COLOR
OFF
OFF
ATW
INT
...
QUIT
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❿ AUTO...
This menu automatically converts the COLOR Mode into the BW Mode
or vice versa depending on illumination. In low illumination
environments, it turns off the IR Filter to raise sensitivity, otherwise it
turns on the IR Filter to lower sensitivity.
If you select the AUTO menu and press the [Enter] key, the BW LEVEL
Control AUTO BW submenu will appear on the menu screen. You will be
able to send out the BURST signal by turning on or off in this menu, set
up the DURATION TIME for conversion, or set up the standard
brightness level for converting the COLOR mode into the BW mode.
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
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ON...
DC...
OFF
AUTO...
OFF
--ATW
INT
...
QUIT
(AUTO BW)
press the
[ENTER] key
BURST
LEVEL
DURATION
RET
❿ EXT...
This menu automatically converts the COLOR Mode into the BW Mode
or vice versa depending on illumination with an external sensor. If you
select the EXIT menu and press the [Enter] key, the EXTERNAL BW
submenu will appear on the menu screen. You will be able to send out
the BURST signal by turning on or off in this menu.
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
ON...
DC...
OFF
EXT...
OFF
OFF
ATW
INT
...
QUIT
(EXTERNAL BW)
press the
[ENTER] key
BURST
RET
ON
ON
LOW
S-I-----L
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SHUTTER
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AGC/MOTION
The SHUTTER menu sets up the high speed electronic shutter, AUTO
low speed shutter. The high speed electronic shutter covers 7 shutter
speeds from 1/100 to 1/10K seconds and is commonly used for imaging
fast moving objects. Both the low speed shutter cover 10 shutter speeds
from x2 to x160, which slows the shutter speed to make clearer and
brighter the screen images taken in dark illumination. If you want to slow
the shutter speed automatically depending on the degree of darkness by
sensing the intensity of radiation, please select the AUTO low speed.
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
ON...
DC...
OFF
AUTO...
OFF
--ATW
INT
...
QUIT
❿ AGC
The AGC menu lightens the screen below the standard brightness
because of the object taken in dark illumination. Setting up the AGC
menu is available only in either High Speed Shutter mode or OFF mode.
If you press the LEFT or RIGHT key to reach the LOW or HIGH position,
the AGC function will start activating. LOW is used for the lower AGC
GAIN whereas HIGH is used for the higher AGC GAIN.
While the COLOR/BW menu is set to AUTO, the AGC menu is all --- and
the maximum AGC GAIN stays at HIGH.
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
ON...
DC...
OFF
AUTO...
OFF
--ATW
INT
...
QUIT
If you keep pressing the LEFT or RIGHT key, the following speeds appear
in sequence.
OFF→ AUTO X2 → AUTO X4 → AUTO X6 → AUTO X8 → AUTO X12 → AUTO X16 → AUTO
X20 → AUTO X40 → AUTO X80 → AUTO X160 → OFF→ 1/100(NTSC), 1/20(PAL) → 1/250 →
1/500 → 1/1000 → 1/2000 → 1/4000 → 1/10K → OFF
❖ While the IRIS mode is in ELC or the BLC/WDR mode is WDR, you may
use the following modes only.
OFF→ AUTO X2 → AUTO X4 → AUTO X6→ AUTO X8 → AUTO X12 → AUTO X16 → AUTO
X20 →AUTO X40 → AUTO X80 → AUTO X160 → OFF
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The S.SLOW minimizes the intensity of the AGC to monitor stable
objects in the dark
The SLOW keeps the intensity of AGC low to monitor objects with a
little movement in the dark.
The NORM standardizes the intensity of AGC to monitor moving
objects in the dark.
The FAST keeps the intensity of AGC high to monitor fast moving
objects in the dark.
The F.FAST maximize the intensity of AGC to monitor very fast
moving objects in the dark.
To activate the MOTION function, you should press the DOWN key to
move the cursor to the MOTION menu and press the LEFT or RIGHT
key while the SHUTTER menu is set to AUTO. Pressing the LEFT and
RIGHT key enables you to move to the SLOW mode and FAST mode
respectively
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
MOTION
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
ON...
DC...
OFF
AUTO...
AUTO X2
F.FAST
ATW
INT
...
QUIT
WHITE BAL
❿ ATW
If you select the ATW mode in the WHITE BAL menu, you will be able to
monitor the color temperature change by real time and set up the White
Balance to the real time color temperature automatically.
❿ AWC
If you select the AWC mode in the WHITE BAL menu, you will be able to
set up the White Balance to the real time color temperature only once
which will be maintained thereafter. If you select the AWC mode in the
WHITE BAL menu, fix a screen that you want to image, and press the
[ENTER] key. Then the AWC function will start activating.
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❿ MOTION
The MOTION function is available only in the AUTO mode with these 5
steps: S.SLOW, SLOW, NORM, FAST, F.FAST.
❿ MANU...
If you select the MANU.. mode in the WHITE BAL menu, you will be able
to set up the White Balance in consideration of the current illumination
manually. If you select the MANU... item and press the [ENTER] key, the
MANU... submenu will appear to select the White Balance. If you press
the LEFT or RIGHT key in the PRESET menu, you will be able to select
the 3200K, 5600K, or USER mode.
3200K : Set the color temperature to 3200°K
5600K : Set the color temperature to 5600°K.
USER : Use the RED and BLUE control bar to select a proper value
for setup.
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
ON...
DC...
OFF
EXT...
OFF
OFF
MANU...
INT
...
QUIT
(AWB/MANU)
press the
[ENTER] key
PRESET
3200K
RET
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(AWB/MANU)
(AWB/MANU)
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PRESET
3200K
press the
[Left/Right]
key
RET
PRESET
RED
BLUE
RET
OFF (USER)..
( 00) - - - - I - - - ( 00) - - - - I - - - -
SYNC
The INT mode is necessary for using the internal synchronization and
the LINE... mode is necessary for the operation of multi cameras
because it synchronizes the camera phase by using the external
signal(AC Signal). A little phase deviation for some sets may be aligned
by adjusting the PHASE. The SYNC function is available only with AC
power source. Put the cursor on the SYNC, press the LEFT/RIGHT key
to select the LINE... item, and press the [ENTER] key. Now, you will see
the submenu to adjust the PHASE. The PHASE ranges from -106H to
+106H(NTSC), -138H to +138H(PAL).
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
ON...
DC...
OFF
EXT...
OFF
OFF
MANU...
LINE...
...
QUIT
(LINE LOCK)
press the
[ENTER] key
PHASE
RET
(-106) I - - - - - - - -
❖ When you use DC power source, the SYNC Menu is full --- and you can
not use the SYNC function.
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You can control the BAUD RATE, REVERSE, POSI/NEGA, DETAIL, and
MOTION DET function by yourself in the SPECIAL menu. If your select the
SPECIAL menu and press the [ENTER] key, the SPECIAL submenu screen
will appear.
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
ON...
DC...
OFF
EXT...
OFF
OFF
MANU...
INT
...
QUIT
(SPECIAL)
press the
[ENTER] key
BAUD RATE
REVERSE
POSI/NEGA
DETAIL
MOTION DET
PRIVACY
38400
OFF
+
(0)----I-OFF
...
RET
❿ BAUD RATE : Sets the communication speed to 4800, 9600, 19200, or
38400bps for RS-232 communication.
❿ REVERSE : REVERSES THE SCREEN IN 3 MODES, LEFT/RIGHT,
UP/DOWN, OR LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN.
❖ Note: Please reset the BLC, MOTION, PRIVACY area because they don’t change
by all means.
❿ POSI/NEGA : Outputs the video brightness signal normally or reversely.
The brightness level is high at inverted output.
❿ DETAIL : Adjusts the horizontal and vertical sharpness.
❿ MOTION DET : MOTION DET detects any movement of objects. if you
activate the MOTION DET function at the time when you expect nobody
to move, the function will detect the movement of an intruder Once
detected, the function outputs the ALARM signal. The MOTION DET
function detects any movement and selects the movement sensitivity
and the area to detect the movement. If you select the ON... mode and
press the [ENTER] key, the MOTION DET submenu screen will appear.
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BAUD RATE
REVERSE
POSI/NEGA
DETAIL
MOTION DET
PRIVACY
(SPECIAL)
(MOTION DET)
38400
OFF
+
(0)----I-ON...
...
RET
press the
[ENTER] key
AREA
SENSITIVITY
RET
BOTTOM...
L---I---H
BAUD RATE
REVERSE
POSI/NEGA
DETAIL
MOTION DET
PRIVACY
38400
OFF
+
(0)----I-ON...
...
press the
[ENTER] key
RET
(PRIVACY ZONE)
PRIVACY1
PRIVACY2
PRIVACY3
PRIVACY4
PRIVACY5
PRIVACY6
PRIVACY7
PRIVACY8
RET
ON...
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
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SIZE
press the
[ENTER] key
press the
[ENTER] key
UP/DOWN
KEY
POSITION..
SIZE
LEFT/RIGHT
KEY
SIZE
The AREA is set in the same way with the AREA in the BLC menu while
designating one among ALL, CENTER, BOTTOM, TOP, LEFT, or RIGHT. If
you select BOTTOM and hit the ENTER key, the selected area will be
displayed in the screen.
The SENSITIVITY is used to setup the strength of the MOTION
DETECTION in 7 levels.
press the
[ENTER] key
UP/DOWN
KEY
POSITION..
POSITION
LEFT/RIGHT
KEY
❿ PRIVACY : This function is aiming at the protection of personal privacy,
selecting a screen part black not to be displayed in the screen.
This function permits the control of the strength level in 8 levels.
You may setup the size and location of the area.
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Product Specification
EXIT
SCC-B2305(P)/B2005P Special Features
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The EXIT menu is used for the termination of the CAMERA SETUP menu.
❿ QUIT
Ignores any change and returns to the previously saved SETUP menu.
❿ SAVE
Saves all the changes to the menu until now.
❿ PRESET
Ignores any change and returns to the initial value of the CAMERA
SETUP menu which was set for the product shipment.
ITEM
Definition
CCTV CAMERA (WDR & DAY/NIGHT)
Power Source
SCC-B2305(P) : AC 24V ± 10% (NTSC:60Hz ±
0.1Hz, PAL:50Hz ± 0.1Hz), DC12V +10% ~ -5%
SCC-B2005P : AC220V ~ AC240V (50Hz
±0.1Hz)
Power Consumption
OFF
DC...
OFF
AUTO...
AUTO X2
F.FAST
ATW
INT
...
QUIT
SCC-B2305(P) : Approx. 4.5W
SCC-B2005P : Approx. 5W
Broadcasting System
CAMERA ID
IRIS
BLC/WDR
COLOR/BW
SHUTTER
AGC
WHITE BAL
SYNC
SPECIAL
EXIT
DESCRIPTION
SCC-B2305:NTSC Standard Color System
SCC-B2305(P),SCC-B2005P:PAL Standard
Color System
Imaging Device
1/3 inch P/S CCD
Effective Pixel
NTSC:768(H) X 494(V)
Scanning Method
NTSC:525 Line, 2:1 Interlace
PAL:752(H) X 582(V)
PAL:625 Line, 2:1 Interlace
Line Frequency
Horizontal(NTSC) : 15,734 Hz(INT) / 15,750 Hz(L/L)
Horizontal(PAL) : 15,625 Hz(INT) / 15,625 Hz(L/L)
Vertical(NTSC) : 59.94 Hz(INT) / 60 Hz(L/L)
Vertical(PAL) : 50 Hz(INT) / 50 Hz(L/L)
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Synchronization Method
INT/Line Lock
Resolution
480 TV Lines
S/N Ratio
Over 50dB (AGC Off)
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DESCRIPTION
Minimum Scene Illumination
COLOR : 0.5 Lux (Sense Up x 160 0.004 Lux)
Dynamic Range
B/W : 0.1 Lux (Sense Up x 160 0.001 Lux)
NTSC:x64
PAL:x80
Day/Night
COLOR/BW/AUTO/EXT
Color Temperature
ATW/AWC/MANUAL MODE
(3200°K,5600°K,R/B Gain Adjustment)
Electronic Shutter
OFF, 1/100(NTSC), 1/120(PAL), 1/250, 1/500,
Back Light Compensation
OFF/WDR/BLC
Sense Up
OFF/AUTO X2~X160
Motion Detection
OFF/ON (AREA/SENSITIVITY Setting)
Video Control
POSI/NEGA, REVERSE(H, V, H/V ),
1/1K, 1/2K, 1/4K, 1/10K sec
DETAIL, PRIVACY Setting
Signal Output
Composite Video Out : 1.0 Vp-p 75 ohms/BNC
AI Lens
VIDEO/DC
Lens Mount
CS/C (Mount Adaptor)
Operating Temperature
-10°C ~ +50°C
Operating Humidity
~90%
Physical Size
68(W) x 55(H) x 128.5(D) mm
Weight
SCC-B2305(P) : Approx. 450g
SCC-B2005P : Approx. 550g
Part No: AB68-00371A
Made in Korea
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