Panasonic WVCL920_SERIES Operating Instructions

Panasonic WVCL920_SERIES Operating Instructions
ENGLISH
Colour CCTV Cameras
Operating Instructions
WV-CLR920A
WV-CLR924AE
Model No.
CL
R9
24
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(Lens : option)
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
FRANÇAIS
WV
ENGLISH VERSION
We declare under our sole responsibility that the product to which this
declaration relates is in conformity with the standards or other normative
documents following the provisions of Directives EEC/73/23 and
EEC/89/336.
Vi deklarerar härmed värt fulla ansvar för att den produkt till vilken denna
deklaration hänvisar är i överensstämmelse med standarddokument, eller
andra normativa dokument som framstölls i EEC-direktiv nr. 73/23 och
89/336.
Wir erklären in alleiniger Verantwortung, daß das Produkt, auf das sich
diese Erklärung bezieht, mit der folgenden Normen oder normativen
Dokumenten übereinstimmt. Gemäß den Bestimmungen der Richtlinie
73/23/EEC und 89/336/EEC.
Ilmoitamme yksinomaisella vastuullamme, että tuote, jota tämä ilmoitus
koskee, noudattaa seuraavia standardeja tai muita ohjeellisia asiakirjoja,
jotka noudattavat direktiivien 73/23/EEC ja 89/336/EEC säädöksiä.
Vi erklærer oss alene ansvarlige for at produktet som denne erklæringen
gjelder for, er i overensstemmelse med følgende normer eller andre
normgivende dokumenter som følger bestemmelsene i direktivene 73/23/
EEC og 89/336/EEC.
Nous déclarons sous notre seule responsabilité que le produit auquel se
référe cette déclaration est conforme aux normes ou autres documents
normatifs conformément aux dispositions de la directive 73/23/CEE et
89/336/CEE.
Nosotros declaramos bajo nuestra única responsabilidad que el producto
a que hace referencia esta declaración está conforme con las normas u
otros documentos normativos siguiendo las estipulaciones de las
directivas CEE/73/23 y CEE/89/336.
For Australia
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
To ensure safe operation the three-pin plug supplied must be inserted
only into a standard three-pin power point which is effectively earthed
through the normal household wiring. Extension cords used with the
equipment must be three-core and be correctly wired to provide connection to earth. Wrongly wired extension cords are a major cause of
fatalities.
The fact that the equipment operates satisfactorily does not imply that
the power point is earthed and that the installation is completely safe.
For your safety, if in any doubt about the effective earthing of the
power point, consult a qualified electrician.
Noi dichiariamo sotto nostra esclusiva responsabilità che il prodotto a cui
si riferisce la presente dichiarazione risulta conforme ai seguenti standard
o altri documenti normativi conformi alle disposizioni delle direttive
CEE/73/23 e CEE/89/336.
Wij verklaren als enige aansprakelijke, dat het product waarop deze
verklaring betrekking heeft, voldoet aan de volgende normen of andere
normatieve documenten, overeenkomstig de bepalingen van Richtlijnen
73/23/EEC en 89/336/EEC.
Vi erklærer os eneansvarlige for, at dette produkt, som denne deklaration
omhandler, er i overensstemmelse med standarder eller andre normative
dokumenter i følge bestemmelserne i direktivene 73/23/EEC og
89/336/EEC.
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CAUTION
FOR YOUR SAFETY PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.
WARNING: This apparatus must be earthed
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.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code.
Green-and-yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may
not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in
your plug, proceed as follows.
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected to
the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E or by the earth
symbol I or coloured green or green-and-yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal
in the plug which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
The 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 serial number of this product may be found on the top
of the unit.
You should note the serial number of this unit in the space
provided and retain this book as a permanent record of your
purchase to aid identification in the event of theft.
Model No.
WV-CLR920A/CLR924AE
Serial No.
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 appliance.
WARNING: To prevent fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed
to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
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ENGLISH
For U.K.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) 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 use 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
points where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
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12) 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-overs.
S3125A
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14) 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 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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CONTENTS
PREFACE
Panasonic's WV-CLR920A (WV-CLR924AE) series digital colour camera introduces a new level of high picture
quality and high resolution through the use of a 1/2-inch
frame interline transfer CCD image sensor having 762
horizontal pixels (picture elements), and digital signal
processing LSI's. This model offers cutting-edge technology for advanced video surveillance.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...................... 4
PREFACE .................................................................... 6
FEATURES .................................................................. 7
PRECAUTIONS ........................................................... 8
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND
THEIR FUNCTIONS .................................................... 9
CONNECTIONS .......................................................... 12
SYSTEM CONNECTION ............................................. 17
FOCUS OR FLANGE-BACK ADJUSTMENT ............... 18
INSTALLATION OF CAMERA ..................................... 19
SETUP ........................................................................ 20
1. CAMERA SETUP MENU ...................................... 20
2. SETUP OPERATION ............................................ 23
SETTING PROCEDURES ............................................ 28
PREVENTION OF BLOOMING AND SMEAR ............. 47
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................... 47
STANDARD ACCESSORIES ....................................... 49
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ........................................ 49
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FEATURES
6. High quality picture:
(a) 2H type vertical enhancer for greater picture
sharpness
(b) Chroma averaging circuit for better colour signal to noise ratio
(c) Minimum of aliasing on fine objects
(d) Expanded dynamic range by use of knee circuit
(e) Highlight aperture correction for greater picture
detail of bright objects
7. Ability to shoot indoor scenes with fixed iris lens by
use of Electronic Light Control (ELC) function.
8. Selectable electronic sensitivity enhancing modes
including: AUTO, MANUAL and OFF
9. Built in Digital Motion Detector
10. Auto Black/White mode enables the camera to
switch between C/L and B/W in response to input
lights.
11. RS-485 Camera site communication (full duplex/
half duplex) is available.
1. The following functions are built in.
(1) Auto Light Control (ALC)/Electronic Light
Control (ELC)
(2) Back Light Compensation (Auto: Factory preset, Manual: Manual photometric measuring
area set)
(3) Various External Sync Functions, including
Gen-Lock
(4) Auto/Manual White Balance Function
(5) Electronic Shutter Function
2. Signal-to-noise ratio of 50 dB
3. Minimum illumination of 0.14 lx (0.014 footcandle)
with F1.4 lenses (Colour mode)
4. Minimum illumination of 0.01 lx (0.001 footcandle)
with F1.4 lenses (Black and White mode)
5. 570 lines of horizontal resolution (Black and White
mode)
480 lines of horizontal resolution (Colour mode)
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PRECAUTIONS
1. The installation should be made by qualified
service personnel or system installers.
5. Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when
cleaning the camera body.
Use a dry cloth to clean the camera when dirty.
In case the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild detergent and wipe gently. Afterwards, wipe off the
remained part of the detergent in it with a dry cloth.
2. Do not attempt to disassemble the camera.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or
covers.
There are no user serviceable parts inside. Ask a
qualified service person for servicing.
6. Clean the CCD faceplate with care.
Do not clean the CCD with strong or abrasive detergents. Use lens tissue or a cotton tipped applicator
and ethanol.
3. Handle the camera with care.
Do not abuse the camera. Avoid striking, shaking,
etc. The camera could be damaged by improper
handling or storage.
7. Never face the camera towards the sun.
Do not aim the camera at bright objects. Whether
the camera is in use or not, never aim it at the sun
or other extremely bright objects. Otherwise,
blooming or smear may be caused.
4. Do not expose the camera to rain or moisture, or
try to operate it in wet areas.
Turn the power off immediately and ask a qualified
service person for servicing. Moisture can damage
the camera and also create the danger of electric
shock.
8. Do not operate the camera beyond the specified
temperature, humidity or power source ratings.
Use the camera under conditions where temperature is between –10 °C - +50 °C (14 °F - 122 °F), and
humidity is below 90 %. The input power source is
220 - 240 V AC 50 Hz for WV-CLR920A and 12 V
DC/24 V AC for WV-CLR924AE.
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MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
q
<WV-CLR920A>
e
w
!6!7!8
!9
220 - 240V ~ 50Hz
FB
WV-CLR920A
t
IN/OUTPUT VIDEO OUT
TERMINAL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
LOCK
!5
GEN-LOCK
!4
<WV-CLR924AE>
r
@0
!2 !1
o
DC 12V
IN
Hi-Z-G/L 75Ω
RS485
Hi-ZLINE TERM
AC 24V
IN
1
2
WV-CLR920A
4-LINE-2-LINE
FB
LOCK
GND
!3
i!0 y u
Slide the panel to the left until it locks.
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IN/OUTPUT VIDEO OUT
TERMINAL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
!5
GEN-LOCK
!4
q Auto Iris Lens Connector
This connector is used to connect the auto iris lens
with a 4-pin male connector supplied as a standard
accessory (Part No. YFE4191J100).
i Left Button (L)
This button is used to move the cursor to the left. It
is also used to select the mode and can be used to
adjust some levels.
w Flange-back Adjusting Ring (FB)
This ring is used to adjust the back focal length or
picture focus. Rotate this ring upward or downward
for a CS-mount lens. In case of using a C-mount
lens, adjust it with the C-mount adapter.
o Up Button (J)
This button is used to move the cursor upward. It is
also used to select items in the CAM SET UP menu.
!0 Set Button (I)
This button is used to activate an item selected in
the CAM SET UP menu.
e Lens (Option)
r Focus Fixing Screw (LOCK)
!1 Gen-lock Termination Switch (Hi-Z, G/L 75Ω)
Set this switch to Hi-Z when a gen-lock video input
signal is looped through. In all other cases, set this
switch to 75 Ω.
t Camera Mounting Screw Hole
This hole is used to mount the camera onto a
mounting bracket.
!2 RS-485 Termination Switch (Hi-Z, RS485 LINE
TERM)
This switch is used to terminate of the RS485 terminal. Normally keep it LINE TERM position.
y Down Button (K)
This button is used to move the cursor downward. It
is also used to select items in the CAM SET UP
menu.
!3 Full duplex/Half duplex Selection Switches
(4-LINE/2-LINE)
These triple switches are used to select either full
duplex (left side) or half duplex (right side) for the
communication lines.
u Right Button (M)
This button is used to move the cursor to the right.
It is also used to select the mode and can be used
to adjust some levels.
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!8 Day/Night Input Terminal (DAY/NIGHT IN/GND)
This terminal is used for connecting the camera to
an external day/night detecting sensor.
The selected full or half duplex setting will be
enabled after the camera is powered up again.
!4 Gen-lock Input Connector (GEN-LOCK)
This connector is used to connect an external system for synchronization.
!6
!5 Video Output Connector (VIDEO OUT)
This connector is used to connect with the VIDEO
IN connector of the monitor.
!7
!8
!6 RS485 Terminals
(RS485, T(A)/T(B)/R(A)/R(B)/GND)
These terminals are used for RS-485 Camera site
communication. Connect RS-485 cables to these
terminals.
IN/OUTPUT
TERMINAL
1 B T
2 A
3 B RS485
4 A R
5 GND
6 GND ALARM
7 OUT
8 GND DAY/
9 IN NIGHT
!9 AC Inlet Socket
Plug the power cord (supplied as a standard
accessory) into this socket and connect it to an AC
outlet.
!7 Alarm Output Terminal (ALARM OUT/GND)
Connects to the alarm input connector (terminal) of
an external device. When the camera detects
motion, the alarm output signal is supplied to the
connected external device (Open collector output:
16 V DC, 100 mA max).
Note: This signal output is not affected by the alarm
data setting in the RS485 setup operations.
(See page 26.)
@0 AC/DC Compatible Input Terminal
(DC 12V IN/AC 24V IN, GND)
This terminal is for connecting the 12 V DC or 24 V
AC power supply cord.
Caution: Connect to 12 V DC (10.8 V-16 V) or 24 V
AC (19.5 V-28 V) class 2 power supply only. Be
sure to connect the grounding lead to the GND
terminal when the power is supplied from a 24 V
AC power source.
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CONNECTIONS
The WV-CLR924AE has an AC/DC compatible input terminal. The 12 V DC or 24 V AC power supply cord can
be connected to this terminal. The camera detects the
power source automatically.
A. WV-CLR920A (220 - 240 V AC 50Hz)
1. Plug the AC power cord (supplied as standard
accessory) into the AC inlet socket.
2. Connect the AC power cord to a 220 - 240 V AC
50 Hz outlet.
Notes:
• Connect the power cord firmly.
• The power cord should be long enough for panning
and tilting.
If the cable is too short, the power cord plug may
be pulled off the camera when the camera pans or
tilts.
DC 12V
IN
1. 12 V DC Power Supply
Connect the power cord
to the AC/DC compatible
input terminal on the rear
panel of the camera.
AC 24V
IN
1
2
GND
12 V DC
(10.8 V - 16 V)
Resistance of copper wire [at 20 °C (68 °F)]
Copper wire
size (AWG)
B. WV-CLR924AE (12 V DC/24 V AC 50Hz)
Cautions:
1. Connect to 12 V DC (10.8 V - 16 V) or 24 V AC
(19.5 V - 28 V) class 2 power supply only. Be sure
to connect the grounding lead to the GND terminal
when the power is supplied from a 24 V AC power
source.
2. To prevent fire or electric shock hazard, use a UL
listed cable (VW-1, style 1007) for the Input
Terminal.
3. Take AC 24 V power supply from a third-party
external power supply device that complies with the
safety standard.
#24
#22
#20
#18
(0.22 mm2) (0.33 mm2) (0.52 mm2) (0.83 mm2)
Resistance
Ω/m
0.078
0.050
0.030
0.018
Resistance
Ω/ft
0.026
0.017
0.010
0.006
You can use the formula below to select the power supply, and power cable. The voltage supplied to the
power-in terminals must be between 10.8 V - 16 V.
10.8 V(minimum) ≤ VA – 2RLI ≤ 16 V (maximum)
VA: Output voltage of power supply
R: Resistance (Ω/m) (Ω/ft), see table
L: Cable length (m) (ft)
I: Current consumption (A), see specifications
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2. 24 V AC Power Supply
Connect the power cable to the AC/DC compatible
input terminal on the rear panel of the camera.
DC 12V
IN
Type of
coaxial cable
Recommended
maximum
cable length
AC 24V
IN
RG-59/U
(3C-2V)
RG-6/U
(5C-2V)
RG-11/U RG-15/U
(7C-2V) (10C-2V)
(m)
250
500
600
800
(ft)
825
1 650
1 980
2 640
1
Alarm and DAY/NIGHT Connections
2
GND
24 V AC, 50 Hz
(19.5 V - 28 V)
1. Connect an external device such as a buzzer or
lamp to the ALARM terminal.
• The alarm output terminal is an open collector terminal with a capacity of 16 V DC, 100 mA maximum.
OFF: Open contact (Inactive)
ON: Closed contact 100 mA maximum (Active)
Note: Use a relay if the voltage or current of the
connected device exceeds the ratings.
Recommended wire gauge sizes for 24 V AC line.
Copper wire
size (AWG)
Length
of Cable
(Approx.)
#24
#22
#20
#18
(0.22 mm2) (0.33 mm2) (0.52 mm2) (0.83 mm2)
(m)
95
150
255
425
(ft)
314
495
842
1 403
2. Connect an optical sensor to the DAY/NIGHT IN terminal.
• DAY/NIGHT IN terminals with a capacity of 5 V DC
pull-up input, 0.2 mA or more.
OFF: Open contact (Colour)
ON: Closed contact (Black-and-White)
Note: To activate the Day/Night function, set BW
mode to EXT on the special menu.
Video Cable
1. It is recommended to use a monitor whose resolution is at least equal to that of the camera.
2. The maximum extensible coaxial cable length
between the camera and the monitor is shown
below.
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3. Solder each wire to a pin as follows.
Pin #1: Red/Power
Pin #2: Not used
Pin #3: White/Video
Pin #4: Black/GND, Shield
Replacement of Auto Iris Lens Connector
If necessary, replace the existing lens connector with
the type YFE419J100 supplied.
1. Cut the existing lens connector at the end of the iris
control cable.
Pin 3
Rib
Pin 1
Pin 4
Pin 2
2. Process the cable end as shown in the figure.
4. Attach the cover to the connector.
8 mm (5/8")
Cover
2 mm (1/16")
Lens
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Mounting the Lens
Caution for Mounting the Lens
Caution:
Before you mount the lens, loosen the fixing screw
on the side of the camera, and rotate the flangeback adjusting ring counterclockwise until it stops.
If the ring is not at the end, the inner glass or CCD
image sensor may be damaged.
The lens mount should be a CS-mount (1”-32UN). In
case of a C-mount, it should be a C-mount adapter and
the lens weight should be less than 450 g (0.99 lbs). If
the lens is heavier, both the lens and camera should be
secured by using the supporter.
The protrusion at the rear of the lens should be as
shown below:
1. Mount the lens by turning it clockwise on the lens
mount of the camera.
2. Connect the lens cable to the auto iris lens connector on the side of the camera.
q
w
CS-mount: Less than 4 mm (5/32”)
Screw
Flange-back
Adjusting Ring
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RS-485 Setting
RS485 Terminal
Control data is transmitted and received to and from
other peripherals.
Follow the procedures as below.
1. Slide the panel to the left until it locks.
2. Set RS-485 Termination Switch to RS485 LINE
TERM for the furthermost camera from the RS232C/
RS485 converter and Hi-Z for the other camera.
Initial factory setting is RS485 LINE TERM.
RS-485 Termination Switch (BP 1)
Switch
Position
Notes:
• Shielded, two twisted pairs cable
• Low impedance
• Wire gauge size is thicker
(0.33 mm2)
Function
RS485 LINE TERM
Termination ON
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
Switch
Position
BP 3
BP 4
Function
Right
Right
Right
Half duplex (2-line)
Left
Left
Left
Full duplex (4-line)
AWG#22
● Internal Diagram
<Full duplex>
3. Select protocol by sliding triple full duplex/half
duplex selection switches simultaneously.
Initial factory settings are 4-line.
BP 2
than
Data Transmission
T (B)
T (A)
Data Reception
R (B)
R (A)
GND
<Half duplex>
BP1
BP2
BP3
BP4
Notes:
• BP stands for Bit Position.
• Daisy chain connection is not available for full
duplex.
Data Transmission
T (B)
T (A)
Data Reception
R (B)
R (A)
GND
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SYSTEM CONNECTION
A) Single Camera Connection (RS-485 Interface
Model/Full Duplex, Half Duplex)
B) Daisy-chain Connection (RS-485 Interface
Model/Half Duplex)
SIGNAL
MONITOR
MONITOR
QUAD UNIT
SIGNAL
DATA
DATA
WV-CLR920
WV-CLR920
FB
FB
LOCK
WV-CLR920A
LOCK
WV-CLR920A
Set the RS485 Termination
Switch to Hi-Z.
RS485/
RS232C
Set the RS485 Termination
Switch to LINE TERM.
WV-CLR920
FB
LOCK
WV-CLR920A
RS485/
RS232C
Set the RS485 Termination
Switch to Hi-Z.
PC
WV-CLR920
FB
LOCK
WV-CLR920A
PC
Set the RS485 Termination
Switch to Hi-Z.
WV-CLR920A
WV-CLR920
FB
LOCK
Set the RS485 Termination Switch to
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LINE TERM.
FOCUS OR FLANGE-BACK ADJUSTMENT
The following adjustment should be made by qualified
service personnel or system installers.
3. Tighten the screws on the side of the camera.
Caution: Tightening the screw by force will cause
damage to the screw or deviation of focus.
1. Loosen the screw on the side of the camera.
Flange-back
Adjusting Ring
Screw
2. Turn the flange-back adjusting ring to the desired
position.
Note: Adjusting a focus in the visible rays may be
soft-focused with the near-infrared light.
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INSTALLATION OF CAMERA
• Mounting from the top
Fixing Screws
Remove the mount adapter from the bottom of the
camera by removing the two fixing screws. Attach
the mount adapter to the top as shown in the diagram, then mount the camera on the mounting
bracket.
Use the two original screws to attach the mount
adapter to the camera. Using shorter ones may
cause the camera to fall down, and using longer
ones may damage the inside of the camera.
Using excessively short screws may cause camera
drop.
Mount Adapter
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SETUP
1. CAMERA SETUP MENU
This camera utilizes a user setup menu that is displayed on-screen.
The setup menu contains various items that form a tree type structure.
SETUP
menu
SETUP DISABLE
SETUP ENABLE
RS485
SETUP
CAM SETUP
Light
Control
ALC ELC
Camera
ID
ON/OFF
Camera
ID
Editing
PRESET
OFF
Camera ID
Display
Position
Peak
Mode
Selection
PRESET ON
(Back Light
Compensation)
Peak
Mode
Selection
Manual
Mask Area
Selection
Manual
Level
Selection
PRESET
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)/ON(DNR-M)/
ON(DNR-L)/OFF
Shutter
Speed
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SENS UPOFF/AUTO/FIX
SYNC
INT/LL
PRESET ON
(Back Light
Compensation)
AGC MAX
Level
Adjustment
VBS
Automatic
Selection
VS
Automatic
Selection
LL
Manual
Selection
Peak
Mode
Selection
Lebel
Adjustment
H.Phase
SC.Phase
Manual
Adjustment
H.Phase
Manual
Adjustment
V.Phase
Manual
Adjustment
Lebel
Adjustment
Manual
Mask Area
Selection
to A
Manual
Level
Selection
Peak
Mode
Selection
RS-485
SETUP
A
Unit Number
Selection
Baud Rate
Selection
White Balance
ATW1 ATW2 AWC AWC → PUSH SW
R, B
Adjustment
Data Bit
Selection
Motion
Detector
Manual
Mask Area
Selection
Detection
Level
Adjustment
Parity Check
Selection
Display
Mode
XON/XOFF
Selection
Lens Drive Signal
Selection
DC
CHROMA
GAIN
ALARM
ON/OFF
Wait Time
Selection
Alarm Data
Selection
Special
Menu
VIDEO
UP SIDE
DOWN
DWELL
TIME
Selection
Stop Bit
Selection
AP
GAIN
Manual
Mask Area
Selection
PEDESTAL
AUTO
LEVEL
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BURST
(BW)
AUTO1 AUTO2 EXT OFF ON ON OFF
BW
DURATION
TIME
Camera
Resetting
Delay Time
Selection
Note: The menu displayed on the monitor will close and
change to the camera picture if no button is
pressed for 6 minutes.
• Opening the Setup Menu
Press and hold down I for 2 seconds or more.
END
↵
RS485
↵
** SET UP **
CAMERA
SET UP DISABLE
The SET UP menu appears on the monitor as shown
above.
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2. SETUP OPERATION
Left Button (L):
This camera utilizes a user setup menu (CAM SET UP)
that is displayed on the monitor.
To set items on the CAM SET UP menu, use the following buttons on the side panel.
Set Button (I):
• To reset the parameter of an item to the factory
default setting, move the cursor to that row and
press L and M simultaneously.
• To return to the previous menu or page, move the
cursor to RET and press I.
• To close the setup menu, move the cursor to END
and press I.
Up Button
Left Button
Right Button
Set Button
Down Button
Moves the cursor to the left. Use
this button to select or adjust the
parameters of the selected item.
The parameter changes each time
this button is pressed.
Executes selection and displays a
submenu for an item with N mark.
• All Reset Operation
All reset allows you to reset all adjustments and parameters to the factory default settings.
(1) Make sure that the setup menu is not displayed (a
camera picture is displayed).
(2) While pressing both L and M, press I for a
few seconds. The message ALL RESET momentarily appears on the monitor.
Up Button (J):
Moves the cursor upwards. Use
this button to select an item or
adjust the parameters.
Down Button (K): Moves the cursor downwards. Use
this button to select an item or
adjust the parameters.
Right Button (M): Moves the cursor to the right. Use
this button to select or adjust the
parameters of the selected item.
The parameter changes each time
this button is pressed.
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• Editing the Setup Menu
END
↵
RS485
SET UP DISABLE
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON (DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
↵
To edit the SET UP menu (change settings), press J
and K or L and M to move the cursor to SET UP
DISABLE in the bottom line.
Press I. SET UP DISABLE changes to SET UP
ENABLE. Move the cursor to END, then to the item(s)
you want to change. Move the cursor to CAMERA or
RS485, then press I.
Refer to the following sections for a detailed description
of menu items. If you decide not to make any changes
after checking the current settings, move the cursor to
RET in the bottom line, and press I to return to the
SET UP menu. Then move the cursor to END in the SET
UP menu, and press I to close the setup menu.
RET
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END
↵
RS485
CAMERA
↵
CAMERA
↵
** SET UP **
** SET UP **
Important Notices:
• When SET UP DISABLE appears in the bottom line
of the SET UP menu, you cannot change the currently active settings. This is to prevent accidental
changing of the settings.
• Set the RS485 menu previously. (See page 25.)
• When the setup menu is closed after changing the
parameters in the menu, the new values are saved
in
the
EEPROM
(Electric
Erasable
and
Programmable Read Only Memory). These values
remain valid until new values are saved, even if the
power of the camera is off.
SET UP ENABLE
* RS485
UNIT NUMBER
BAUD RATE
DATA BIT
PARITY CHECK
STOP BIT
XON/XOFF
WAIT TIME
ALARM DATA
DELAY TIME
RET
SET UP *
1
19200
8
NONE
1
NOT USE
OFF
AUTO2
OFF
Baud Rate Setting
This item is lets you select the transmission speed for
RS-485 communication. (BAUD is the unit of bit per
second.)
1. Move the cursor to the BAUD RATE parameter.
2. Select the 19 200, 9 600, 4 800 or 2 400 bps for the
baud rate.
The initial factory setting is 19 200 bps.
• RS485 SET UP
You can remote control this camera by using a specified extension unit such as personal computer with a
modem.
Move the cursor to RS485 in the SET UP menu and
press I. The RS485 SET UP menu appears on the
monitor screen.
* RS485
UNIT NUMBER
BAUD RATE
DATA BIT
PARITY CHECK
STOP BIT
XON/XOFF
WAIT TIME
ALARM DATA
DELAY TIME
RET
Data Bit Setting
This item lets you select the number of data bits for RS485 communication.
1. Move the cursor to the DATA BIT parameter.
2. Select 7 or 8 bit for the number of data bits.
The initial factory setting is 8 bit.
SET UP *
1
19200
8
NONE
1
NOT USE
OFF
AUTO2
OFF
Parity Check Setting
This item lets you select the parity bit for RS-485 communication.
1. Move the cursor to the PARITY CHECK parameter.
2. Select NONE, EVEN or ODD for parity check.
The initial factory setting is NONE.
Unit Number Setting
This item lets you select the camera number for RS-485
communication.
1. Move the cursor to the UNIT NUMBER parameter.
2. Select the camera number to be used with RS-485
communication.
The initial factory setting is 1.
Stop Bit Setting
This item lets you select the number of stop bits for RS485 communication.
1. Move the cursor to the STOP BIT parameter.
2. Select 1 or 2 for the number of stop bits.
The initial factory setting is 1 bit.
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AUTO1: Transmit the alarm data each time the
alarm signal is received.
AUTO2: Transmit the alarm data 5 seconds each.
The initial factory setting is AUTO2.
XON/XOFF Setting
This lets you select applying the flow control or not for
RS-485 communication.
1. Move the cursor to the XON/XOFF parameter.
2. Select NOT USE (not apply flow control) or USE
(apply flow control) mode for XON/XOFF for RS-485
communication.
The initial factory setting is NOT USE.
Delay Time Setting
This item lets you select the lowest delay time to reply
the reception of data when communicating on a 2-line
for RS-485 communication.
1. Move the cursor to the DELAY TIME parameter.
2. Select OFF or 100 ms for the delay time.
The initial factory setting is OFF.
Notes:
• This item appears only when a half duplex (2line) connection is used.
• Setting change is disabled when a full duplex
(4-line) connection is used.
• The selected full or half duplex setting will
become valid after the camera has been powered up again.
Wait Time Setting
This item lets you select the waiting time in milli-seconds (ms) to retry after confirming that no data is
received from the controller for RS-485 communication.
1. Move the cursor to the WAIT TIME parameter.
2. Select OFF, 100, 200, 400 or 1 000 ms for the wait
time.
When no transmission is needed, select OFF.
The initial factory setting is OFF (No retry).
Alarm Data Setting
This item lets you select the way of transmitting the
alarm data for RS-485 communication.
1. Move the cursor to the ALRAM DATA parameter.
2. Select the alarm data transmission mode from following parameters.
POLLING: Transmit the alarm data to the controller
to request from the controller.
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• Installation of Software for RS-485 Communication
1. Insert the Install Disk 1 to the C drive.
2. Input command as follows.
C:\SETUP
.
The installation starts.
3. See the supplement of operating instructions for
RS-485 Communication.
4. When the installation is completed, the window that
says "485_GUI Set up was completed successfully"
appears on the monitor screen.
5. After installation of "485_GUI Set up", and set the
RS485 communication parameters.
* The GUI stands for Graphical User Interface.
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SETTING PROCEDURES
Camera ID ON/OFF
Move the cursor to CAMERA ID, and select ON or OFF.
ON: Displays the camera ID in the specified position on
the monitor.
OFF: Does not display.
1. Camera Identification (CAMERA ID)
Setting
Move the cursor to N of CAMERA. You can use the
camera identification (CAMERA ID) menu to assign a
name to the camera. The camera ID consists of up to
16 alphanumeric characters. The camera ID display
can be switched on or off on the monitor screen.
To edit the CAMERA ID
1. Press I. The CAMERA ID menu appears. The
cursor on the letter “0” is highlighted.
↵
** SET UP **
CAMERA
Character Cursor
END
↵
RS485
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$ÄÜÖÆÑÅ
Character
Area
SET UP DISABLE
SPACE
POSI RET END RESET
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
↵↵
................
↵
Pointer
↵
CAMERA ID menu
END
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Command
Editing
Area
2. Move the cursor to the character you want to edit
by pressing L/M/J/K.
3. After selecting the character, press I. The
selected character appears in the editing area.
(The pointer in the editing area moves to the right
automatically at this moment.)
4. Repeat the steps above until all characters are edited.
Highlighted
WV-CLR920A
To enter a blank space in the CAMERA ID
Move the cursor to SPACE and press I.
2. Move the CAMERA ID to the desired position by
pressing L/M/J/K.
3. Press I to fix the position of the CAMERA ID.
The mode returns to the previous CAMERA ID
menu.
Notes:
• The CAMERA ID stops at the edges of the monitor screen.
• The CAMERA ID moves faster if any of L/
M/J/K is kept pressed for a second or
more.
To replace a specific character in the CAMERA ID
1. Move the cursor to the editing area by pressing
K.
2. Move the pointer to the character to be replaced by
pressing L or M. Then move the cursor to the
character area and select a new character.
3. Press I to determine the CAMERA ID.
To erase all characters in the editing area
Move the cursor to RESET and press I. All characters in the editing area disappear.
To determine the display position of the CAMERA ID
1. Move the cursor to POSI, and press I. The display shown below appears and the CAMERA ID is
highlighted.
2. Light Control Setting (ALC/ELC)
You can select the mode for adjusting the lens iris.
The modes are as follows:
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• Noticeable flicker in the picture and/or colour
rendition variations.
3. If ELC is selected, SHUTTER is not available.
ALC: Select this mode when an auto iris lens (ALC
lens) is used with this camera.
ELC: Select this mode when a fixed iris lens or manual
iris lens is used with this camera.
Back Light Compensation (BACK LIGHT COMP)
Back light compensation is available for both the ALC
and ELC modes. It eliminates strong background lighting which makes the camera picture dark, such as a
spotlight. You can select one of two modes (PRESET
ON or PRESET OFF) of back light compensation.
↵
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
2-1. ALC Mode with PRESET ON
In normal use, the important object in a scene is placed
in the centre of the monitor’s screen. In the factory
setup mode, more photometric weight is given to the
centre of the screen (where the important object is
located) than to the edge of the picture (where a bright
backlight would most likely be located). In this mode,
the object at the centre of the screen will always be
clearly visible regardless of backlight variations.
Note: If ELC is selected, set LEVEL according to this
procedure.
RET
1. Move the cursor to ALC/ELC.
2. Select ALC or ELC.
Cautions:
1. Under bright lighting conditions such as outdoors,
use an ALC type lens because the ELC control
range is not wide enough under these conditions.
2. Use an ALC type lens if the following phenomena
occur:
• Strong smear and/or blooming on highlight
objects such as spotlight or sunlight from windows.
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2. Move the cursor to PRESET and select ON.
The backlight compensation is automatically set.
3. If you want to change the video output level (picture
contrast), move the “I” cursor for LEVEL and adjust
the level.
4. Move the cursor to RET and press I to return to
the CAM SET UP menu.
↵
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
RET
2-2. ALC Mode with PRESET OFF
These modes are effective when the main object in the
scene is not located in the centre of the screen and a
source of bright light is located near the centre of the
screen. In these modes, the picture is divided into 48
areas that mask the light to keep the clarity of the picture.
Note: If ELC is selected, set MASK SET and LEVEL
according to this procedure.
1. Select ALC and press I. The ALC CONT menu
appears.
** ALC CONT **
BACK LIGHT COMP
OFF
OFF
LEVEL
...I.....
+
↵
PRESET
PEAK MODE
MASK SET
RET
1. Move the cursor to PRESET and select OFF.
The item MASK SET appears on the menu.
END
** ALC CONT **
BACK LIGHT COMP
** ALC CONT **
BACK LIGHT COMP
ON
OFF
PRESET
PEAK MODE
MASK SET
OFF
OFF
LEVEL
...I.....
+
LEVEL
...I.....
+
↵
PRESET
PEAK MODE
RET
RET
END
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END
2. Move the cursor to MASK SET and press I.
The 48 mask areas appear on the monitor screen.
The cursor is blinking in the top left corner of the
screen.
4. Repeat step 3 to mask the desired area. To cancel
masking, move the cursor to that area and press
I.
Blinking
Turns to white
Blinking
5. After masking is completed, press I for 2 seconds or more. The ALC CONT menu appears.
6. If you want to change the video output level (picture
contrast), move the “I” cursor for- LEVEL and adjust
the level.
7. Move the cursor to RET and press I to return to
the CAM SET UP menu. (To return to the camera
picture, move the cursor to END and press I).
3. Move the cursor to the area where backlight is
bright, and press I to mask that area. The mask
turns white. (When the cursor is moved on an area
that has already been masked, the mask and cursor start blinking.)
Blinking
Caution: When an auto iris lens requiring a DC
control signal is used, the lens iris is fully
opened in ELC mode.
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2-3. Compensating Flare Phenomenon (PEAK MODE)
There may be cases where the lens causes the displayed picture to sway like a flare especially when a
strong light is input. You can compensate for this undesired effect.
Move the cursor to PEAK MODE, and select ON or OFF.
ON: Compensates flaring of the picture.
OFF: Does not compensate.
Move the cursor to SHUTTER and select the electronic
shutter speed.
The preset values for SHUTTER (electronic shutter
speed) change by pressing L or M as follows:
3. Shutter Speed Setting (SHUTTER)
4. Gain Control Setting (AGC ON/OFF)
Note: When ELC is selected for ALC/ELC on the CAM
SET UP menu, this item is not available.
You can select an automatic gain control (AGC) mode
with dynamic noise reduction (DNR) options.
OFF (1/50)
1/10 000
You can select an electronic shutter speed of 1/50
(OFF), 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1 000, 1/2 000, 1/4 000, or
1/10 000 seconds.
1/120
1/4 000
1/250
1/500
1/2 000
1/1 000
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
↵
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
↵
RET
1. Move the cursor to AGC and select a mode.
OFF: Applies neither AGC nor DNR.
ON (DNR-H): Applies AGC with high-level DNR.
RET
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ON (DNR-M): Applies AGC with middle-level DNR.
ON (DNR-L): Applies AGC with low-level DNR.
5. Electronic Sensitivity Enhancement
(SENS UP)
There are two modes for SENS UP.
AUTO: If you select X32 AUTO, for example, the
sensitivity is raised automatically to X32 max.
When AUTO is selected, AGC is automatically
set to ON.
FIX: If you select X64 FIX, for example, the sensitivity is raised to just X64.
Notes:
• The higher the DNR level becomes, the more after
images and the less noise you will see.
• Selecting DNR-L is recommended when the picture
contains moving objects.
• When using a system controller, the parameters
(DNR-H/M/L) will not appear on its setup menu.
2. Press I (set) to open the AGC MAX (maximum
level) menu.
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
↵
** AGC MAX **
LEVEL
....I....
+
RET
RET
Move the cursor to SENS UP and select the parameter
for electronic sensitivity enhancement.
The preset values for SENS UP (electronic sensitivity
enhancement) change by pressing L or M as follows:
END
3. Move the "I" cursor with L or M to adjust the
AGC level.
4. Move the cursor to RET and press I to return to
the CAM SET UP menu. When closing the menu,
move the cursor to END and press I.
OFF
X64 FIX
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X2 AUTO
X32 FIX
X4 AUTO
X6 AUTO
X16 FIX
X10 FIX
X10 AUTO
X6 FIX
X16 AUTO X32 AUTO
X4 FIX
X2 FIX
OFF
mode is automatically set to internal sync pulse,
and the menu is not displayed.)
Notes:
• While the SENS UP function is active, the increased
sensitivity may cause noise, spots or a whitish phenomenon to appear in the picture. This is a normal
phenomenon.
• X64 FIX does not appear for the SENS UP parameter on the system controller setup menu.
• In case of using the WV-CU204 or WV-CU254
Controller, status does not appear correctly for the
SENS UP parameter on the setup menu.
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON (DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
RET
6. Synchronization Setting (SYNC)
You can select internal sync mode (INT) or line-lock
mode (LL). Additionally, this model accepts the VBS
signal (colour composite video or blackburst signal)
and VS signal (B/W composite video or composite sync
signal). The VD2 signal (multiplexed vertical drive signal) with the composite video output signal from external equipment such as a Matrix Switcher is also acceptable.
Whenever the VD2 signal is supplied to this camera, the
camera automatically switches to the VD2 sync mode.
1. Move the cursor to the SYNC parameter and select
line-lock (LL) or internal (INT).
2. Press I.
If LL is selected, the SYNC menu appears. See
page 37. (If INT is selected, the synchronization
Rules on synchronization
• The priorities for the sync mode are as follows. A
higher mode will overrule lower ones.
1. Multiplexed Vertical Drive (VD2) (Highest priority)
2. Line-lock (LL)
3. Colour Composite Video or Blackburst Signal
(VBS)
4. B/W Composite Video or Composite Sync
Signal (VS)
5. Internal Sync (INT) (Lowest priority)
• When the internal sync mode is to be used, select
INT. No gen-lock input signal should be supplied to
the Gen-lock Input Connector on the rear panel.
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• Whenever the multiplexed vertical drive pulse (VD2)
is supplied to the camera from an external equipment such as a Matrix Switcher, the camera sync
mode is automatically switched to the VD2 mode.
• When the VBS or VS gen-lock mode is to be used
select INT from this menu and supply the gen-lock
input signal to the Gen-lock Input Connector on the
rear panel.
• The VBS gen-lock mode has a submenu for horizontal and subcarrier phase adjustments. When the
cable length of the video output or the gen-lock
input is changed, the horizontal and subcarrier
phase must be re-adjusted.
• The VS gen-lock mode has a submenu for horizontal phase adjustments. When the cable length of
the video output or the gen-lock input is changed,
the horizontal phase must be re-adjusted.
• The line-lock mode has a submenu for line-lock vertical phase adjustment. If the camera installation is
relocated, check the vertical phase adjustment
again since the AC line phase may be different.
ignored because INT has the lowest priority.
↵
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
RET
6-2. VBS Gen-lock Mode (EXT(VBS))
RET
6-1. Internal Sync Mode (INT)
1. Move the cursor to SYNC and select INT.
2. Press I.
Note: Never supply VD2, VBS, or VS to the camera
when you intend to operate the camera in the
internal mode. Otherwise your selection will be
↵
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
EXT(VBS)
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
↵
↵
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
RET
1. Move the cursor to SYNC and select INT.
2. Connect the coaxial cable for the blackburst or
composite colour video signal to the gen-lock input
connector.
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8. Adjust the horizontal phase by pressing L or M.
The adjustable range is 0 - 2.0 µs.
9. Move the cursor to SC COARSE.
10. Press L or M to match the chroma phase of the
camera’s video signal, when observed at the output
of the Special Effect Generator (SEG) or Switcher,
as closely as possible to the colour of the original
scene. (SC COARSE adjustment can be incremented in steps of 90 degrees (4 steps) by pressing L
or M.)
Note: After the fourth step, the adjustment returns
to the first step.
3. Confirm that INT changed to EXT (VBS) on the
menu.
Caution: The gen-lock input signal should meet the
CCIR specifications and should not contain jitter, such as a VTR playback signal, as it could
disturb synchronization.
4. After confirming that the cursor is on EXT (VBS),
press I. The phase adjustment menu appears
on the monitor.
** SYNC **
H PHASE
SC COARSE
SC FINE
RET
........I
+
1(1--4)
1 (1 - - 4): 0 degrees
....I....
+
2 (1 - - 4): 90 degrees
3 (1 - - 4): 180 degrees
END
4 (1 - - 4): 270 degrees
5. Supply the video output signal of the camera to be
adjusted and the reference gen-lock input signal to
a dual-trace oscilloscope.
6. Set the oscilloscope to the horizontal rate and
expand the horizontal sync portion on the oscilloscope.
7. Move the cursor to H PHASE.
11. Move the cursor to SC FINE.
12. Press L or M to match the colour (hue) of the
camera’s video signal, when observed at the output
of the Special Effect Generator (SEG) or Switcher,
as closely as possible to the colour of the original
scene.
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↵
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
EXT(VS)
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
↵
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
↵
The SC FINE adjustment has a range of 90 degrees
of colour shift.
Notes:
• When the “I” cursor reaches the “+” end, it
jumps back to “–”. At the same time, SC
COARSE is incremented by one step to enable
a continuous adjustment. The reverse takes
place when the “I” cursor reaches the “–” end.
• When L or M is kept pressed for a second
or more, the “I” cursor moves faster.
• For more accurate adjustment, supply both the
original camera video output signal and the
effect output video signal (program output
video signal) of the special effects generator
(SEG) to a vectorscope and compare the chroma phase of both signals.
• To reset SC COARSE and SC FINE to the values preset at the factory, press L and M
simultaneously.
RET
RET
4. After confirming that the cursor is on EXT (VS),
press I. The phase adjustment menu appears
on the monitor.
** SYNC **
H PHASE
6-3. VS Gen-lock Mode (EXT(VS))
1. Move the cursor to SYNC and select INT.
2. Connect the coaxial cable for the composite sync
or composite B/W video signal to the gen-lock input
connector.
3. Confirm that INT changed to EXT (VS) on the menu.
Caution: The gen-lock input signal should meet the
CCIR specifications and should not contain jitter, such as a VTR playback signal, as it could
disturb synchronization.
RET
........I
+
END
5. Supply the video output signal of the camera to be
adjusted and the reference gen-lock input signal to
a dual-trace oscilloscope.
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6. Set the oscilloscope to the horizontal rate and
expand the horizontal sync portion on the oscilloscope.
7. Move the cursor to H PHASE.
8. Adjust the horizontal phase by pressing L or M.
The adjustable range is 0 - 2.0 µs.
4. Set the oscilloscope to the vertical rate and expand
the vertical sync portion on the oscilloscope.
5. Move the cursor to COARSE. The cursor is highlighted.
6. Press L or M to match the vertical phase for both
video output signals as closely as possible.
(COARSE adjustment can be incremented in 16
steps by 22.5 degrees by pressing L or M.)
6-4. Line-lock Sync Mode (LL)
Note: The line-lock mode is not applicable when
DC power and/or VD2 synchronization is supplied to the camera.
1. Move the cursor to SYNC and select LL.
2. After confirming that the cursor is on LL, press I.
The vertical phase adjustment menu appears on
the monitor.
1 (1 - - - 16): 0 degrees
2 (1 - - - 16): 22.5 degrees
16 (1 - - - 16): 337.5 degrees
** SYNC **
Note: After the sixteenth step, the adjustment
returns to the first step.
V PHASE
COARSE
FINE
RET
1(1--16)
I........
+
7. Move the cursor to FINE.
8. Press L or M to match the vertical phase for
both video output signals as closely as possible.
(FINE adjustment can be made up to 22.5 degrees
by pressing L or M.)
END
3. Supply the video output signal of the camera to be
adjusted and the reference camera video output
signal to a dual-trace oscilloscope.
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6 000K. Proper white balance may not be obtained
under the following conditions:
1. The colour temperature is out of the 2 600 6 000K range.
2. When the scene contains mostly high colour
temperature objects, such as a blue sky or sunset.
3. When the scene is dim.
In these cases, select the AWC mode.
Move the cursor to WHITE BAL and select ATW1.
The white balance of the camera is automatically
set.
Notes:
• When the “I” cursor reaches the “+” end, it
jumps back to “–”. At the same time, COARSE is
incremented by one step to enable a continuous adjustment. The reverse takes place when
the “I” cursor reaches the “–” end.
• When L or M is kept pressed for a second
or more, the “I” cursor moves faster.
• To reset COARSE and FINE to the values preset at the factory, press L and M simultaneously. COARSE and FINE adjustments are preset at the factory to zero-crossing of the AC line
phase.
• If the AC line contains noise (spike noise, etc.),
the stability of the vertical phase of the camera
video output signal may be disturbed.
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
↵
7. White Balance Setting (WHITE BAL)
7-1. Auto-Tracing White Balance Mode (ATW)
You can select one of four modes for white balance
adjustment as follows:
RET
• ATW2 (Auto Tracing White Balance 2)
Auto-tracing white balance of the sodium light
mode (ATW2)
In case that you select ATW2 for sodium light, white
balance is set automatically (Operation is not needed).
• ATW1 (Auto Tracing White Balance 1)
In this mode, the colour temperature is monitored
continuously and thereby white balance is set automatically. The colour temperature range for the
proper white balance is approximately 2 600 -40-
Note: ATW1 and ATW2 do not appear for WHITE
BAL on the system controller setup menu.
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
AWC→PUSH SW
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
Highlighted
↵
• Automatic White Balance Control Mode (AWC)
In this mode, accurate white balance is obtained
within a colour temperature range of approximately
2 300 - 10 000K.
1. Move the cursor to WHITE BAL and select AWC →
PUSH SW.
RET
3. When the white balance setting is completed, the
PUSH SW returns to normal display.
Note: In case that the white balance is not set, the
PUSH SW is being highlighted.
4. When you want to adjust the white balance manually, press M to select AWC and press I. The
AWC menu appears on the monitor. (When ATW is
selected, pressing I displays the ATW menu.)
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
AWC→PUSH SW
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
RET
↵
↵↵
↵
RET
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**
AWC
R
B
MASK SET
RET
**
....I....
+
....I....
+
END
↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
AWC
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
2. Press I to start the white balance setup. The
PUSH SW is highlighted to indicate that the white
balance is being set.
** MOTION DETECT **
LEVEL
....I....
+
DWELL TIME
2S
DISPLAY MODE
ALARM
OFF
RET
MASK SET
RET
↵
↵
↵
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
ON
LENS DRIVE
DC
↵
Manual Fine Adjustment for AWC (ATW)
You can set the white balance items manually.
1. To set MASK SET, proceed as described in steps 2
to 4 of “ALC mode with PRESET OFF”. (See page
31 and 32.)
2. Move the cursor to R.
3. Press L or M to obtain the optimum amount of
red gain.
4. Move the cursor to B.
5. Press L or M to obtain the optimum amount of
blue gain.
END
3. Move the cursor to MASK SET and press I.
MASK SET lets you set 48 mask areas. To set
MASK SET, proceed as described in steps 2 to 4 of
“ALC mode with PRESET OFF”. (See page 31 and
32.)
4. Move the cursor to ALARM and select ON or OFF to
set the alarm for DISPLAY MODE.
Note: When the system controller WV-RM70, WVCU550 series, WV-CU161 or WV-CU360 is
used with this model, select OFF for ALARM.
5. Move the cursor to DISPLAY MODE and press I
to see the current setting. The masks that detect
the brightness changes start blinking.
6. To raise detection sensitivity, press I to return to
the MOTION DETECT menu.
7. To obtain the optimum detection level, move the “I”
cursor.
8. Repeat the procedures above to obtain a satisfactory setting.
Note: When you need to set MASK SET, re-adjust to
obtain the optimum amount of red and blue gain.
8. Motion Detector Setting (MOTION DET)
The motion detector detects the moving objects in the
scene by monitoring changes in brightness level. You
can select the level of sensitivity for motion detection.
When this camera is connected to a compatible intelligent CCTV system, the camera transmits an alarm signal by multiplexing it with the video signal.
1. Move the cursor to MOTION DET and select ON.
2. Press I. The MOTION DETECT menu appears
on the monitor screen.
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The camera will deactivate the detector for a few
minutes after the power of the camera is turned on
or the BW setting in the Special Menu is set to
other than OFF.
9. Move the cursor to DWELL TIME, and select a time
with L or M.
When the time specified here elapses after motion
detection, the camera will notify the connected
device of the alarm activation. The default setting is
2S.
Available Time (second): 2 s, 5 s, 10 s, 30 s
9. Lens Drive Signal Selection
(LENS DRIVE)
This item is used to select the type of auto iris lens drive
signal to be supplied to the lens from the auto iris lens
connector.
1. Move the cursor to LENS DRIVE.
2. Select DC or VIDEO depending on the type of lens
installed. The default setting is DC.
DC: Controls the DC-driven type lens.
VIDEO: Controls the video-driven type lens.
Notes:
• Masking or adjusting the detection level is needed
to prevent malfunction under the following conditions:
• When shooting an object under flickering fluorescent light or shooting in ELC.
• When leaves or curtains etc. are swayed by the
wind.
• When the object is lighted by lighting equipment that constantly turns on and off.
• Set MOTION DET to OFF when the camera is
installed in a system other than a Panasonic CCTV.
Otherwise the multiplexed alarm signal may be misunderstood as a time-code.
• There may be a delay of about 0.2 seconds from
the time of motion detection until the ALARM OUT
terminal becomes active.
↵
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
RET
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10-2. Chroma Level Setting (CHROMA GAIN)
1. Move the cursor to CHROMA GAIN.
2. While observing the vectorscope or colour video
monitor, move the “I” cursor to adjust the chroma
level.
10. Special Menu (SPECIAL)
This menu lets you adjust and set up the video signal of
the camera to meet your requirements.
Move the cursor to END on the bottom line of the CAM
SET UP menu and press L and M simultaneously
(hold down L and press M) for 2 seconds or more.
The SPECIAL menu appears on the monitor as shown
below.
** SPECIAL **
UP SIDE DOWN
CHROMA GAIN
AP GAIN
PEDESTAL
OFF
....I....
....I....
.I.......
+
BW
BURST (BW)
CAMERA RESET
RET END
OFF
ON
PUSH SW
10-4. Pedestal Level Setting (PEDESTAL)
1. Move the cursor to PEDESTAL.
2. While observing the waveform monitor or colour
video monitor, move the “I” cursor to adjust the
pedestal level (black level).
↵
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
10-3. Aperture Gain Setting (AP GAIN)
1. Move the cursor to AP GAIN.
2. While observing the waveform monitor or colour
video monitor, move the “I” cursor to adjust the
aperture gain level.
RET
10-1. Camera Picture Upside Down Positioning
(UP SIDE DOWN)
1. Move the cursor to UP SIDE DOWN.
2. Select ON when you want to turn the picture upside
down.
Note: Pictures are unreversed left to right.
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EXT: Colour picture reverts to black-and-white
when an external DAY/NIGHT switching signal is received (refer to alarm and DAY/
NIGHT connections).
ON: Black and White mode is selected.
OFF: Colour mode is selected.
10-5. BW
1. Move the cursor to BW.
2. Select AUTO1, AUTO2, EXT, ON or OFF using L
or M.
Default: OFF
AUTO1: The camera selects black and white mode
if the picture is dark, or colour mode if the picture is bright enough.
Note: Colour picture switches to black-andwhite picture and vice versa in approximately 1 or 2 minutes after recognition of
illuminance.
AUTO2: Applying AUTO1 may cause malfunction
when using a source of near-infrared light at
night because the illuminance changes significantly when switching between the colour picture and the black-and-white picture. But
AUTO2 allows the unit to prevent malfunction
because it simply recognizes a source of light.
Note: Because a source of light is simply recognized based on the information from
CCD image pickup element, an object
sometimes can not be recognized successfully when the object is always moving or the object and its background have
the same colour.
When you apply this mode, AUTO2, the
wavelength of the light source should be
800 nm or more.
** SPECIAL **
UP SIDE DOWN
CHROMA GAIN
AP GAIN
PEDESTAL
OFF
....I....
....I....
....I....
+
BW
BURST (BW)
CAMERA RESET
RET END
OFF
ON
PUSH SW
3. Select AUTO1 or AUTO2 using L or M.
4. Press I.
The AUTO1 or AUTO2 menu appears on the monitor screen.
** BW AUTO1 **
LEVEL
HIGH
DURATION TIME .I..
S L
RET
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END
5. Move the cursor to LEVEL and select the illuminance level using L or M.
LOW: Colour picture switches to black-and-white at
approximately the minimum illumination.
HIGH: Colour picture switches to black-and-white
at a point brighter than the minimum illumination.
The factory default setting is HIGH.
6. Move the cursor to DURATION TIME to set the
switching time using L or M.
The following switching times are available:
10s--30s--60s--300s
(S)
(L)
** SPECIAL **
UP SIDE DOWN
CHROMA GAIN
AP GAIN
PEDESTAL
OFF
....I....
....I....
....I....
+
BW
BURST (BW)
CAMERA RESET
RET END
OFF
ON
PUSH SW
To reset to the factory settings
1. Move the cursor to CAMERA RESET. PUSH SW is
highlighted.
2. While holding down L and M, press I for 2
seconds or more. The camera is reset to the factory
settings.
10-6. BURST (BW)
1. Move the cursor to BURST (BW).
2. Select ON or OFF using L or M.
Default: ON
ON: The burst signal is supplied along with the
black and white composite video signal.
OFF: The burst signal is not output.
Note: Select the appropriate mode for the connected recording device and monitor TV
when setting BW (10-5) and burst signal
(10-6). There may be cases where the
selection will adversely affect synchronization. Select the mode after confirming
that the live picture and playback picture
are properly displayed on the monitor.
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PREVENTION OF BLOOMING AND SMEAR
When the camera is aimed at a bright light, such as a
spotlight, or a surface that reflects bright light, smear or
blooming may appear. To avoid smear and blooming
the camera should be operated carefully in the vicinity
of extremely bright objects.
Smear
Bright object
Blooming
SPECIFICATIONS
Pick-up Device:
Scanning Area:
Scanning:
Horizontal:
Vertical:
Synchronization:
Video Output:
Horizontal Resolution:
Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
Minimum Illumination:
Gain Control:
White Balance:
Aperture:
762 (H) x 582 (V) pixels, Interline Transfer CCD
6.45 (H) x 4.84 (V) mm (Equivalent to scanning area of 1/2” pick-up tube)
625 lines/50 fields/25 frames
15.625 kHz
50 Hz
Internal, Line-locked, External (VS/VBS) or
Multiplexed Vertical Drive (VD2) selectable
1.0 V[p-p] PAL composite 75 Ω/BNC connector
480 lines (C/L), 570 lines (B/W)
50 dB (AGC OFF, weight ON)
0.14 lx (0.014 footcandle) at F1.4 (C/L), 0.01 lx (0.001 footcandle) at F1.4 (B/W)
AGC ON or OFF selectable (SET UP MENU)
ATW1, ATW2 or AWC selectable (SET UP MENU)
Variable (SET UP MENU)
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Electronic Light Control:
AGC:
Backlight Compensation:
Electronic Shutter Speed:
Lens Mount:
ALC Lens:
Ambient Operating Temperature:
Ambient Operating Humidity:
Power Source and
Power Consumption:
Alarm Out:
Day/Night In:
Dimensions (without lens):
Weights (without lens):
Equivalent to continuous variable shutter speeds between 1/50 s and 1/10 000 s
ON (DNR-H), ON (DNR-M), ON (DNR-L) or OFF selectable (SET UP MENU)
Preset ON or OFF selectable (SET UP MENU)
1/50 (OFF), 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1 000,1/2 000,1/4 000, 1/10 000 s selectable
CS-mount
DC or Video selectable (SET UP MENU)
–10 °C - +50 °C (14 °F - 122 °F)
Less than 90 %
WV-CLR920A: 220 - 240 V AC 50 Hz 5.5 W
WV-CLR924AE: 24 V AC 50 Hz 5.1 W
12 V DC 520 mA
Collector-output
OFF (Open or 4 V DC - 5 V DC)/ON (≤ 1 V 50 mA)
Pulled-up to 5 V DC
OFF (Open)/ON (0 V 0.2 mA)
74 mm (W) x 55 mm (H) x 120 mm (D)
[2-15/16” (W) x 2-3/16” (H) x 4-13/16” (D)]
WV-CLR920A: 0.45 kg (1.0 lbs.) (without power cord)
WV-CLR924AE: 0.44 kg (1.0 lbs.)
Weights and dimensions indicated are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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STANDARD ACCESSORIES
Body Cap .................................................................... 1 pc.
ALC Lens Connector (YFE4191J100) ......................... 1 pc.
AC Power Cord (only for WV-CLR920A) ..................... 1 pc.
Floppy Disk ................................................................. 2 pcs.
Instructions for RS485 camera series ......................... 1 pc.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Lenses :
WV-LA4R5A, WV-LA6A, WV-LA12A, WV-LZ80/2, WV-LZ81/10, WV-LZ81/6,
WV-LP6, WV-LA18, WV-LA36
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Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Osaka, Japan
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
N0103-0
2003
© Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
3TR001604AAA
Printed in Japan
Imprimé au Japon
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