Samsung Digital Camera 510N User manual

Samsung Digital Camera 510N User manual
DAY & NIGHT COLOR CCD CAMERA
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
SDN- 520N/P
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SALES NETWORK
SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD
Optics & Digital Imaging Division
145 -3, Sangdaewon 1-Dong, Jungwon-Gu,
Sungnam, Kyungki-Do, Korea
462-121
TEL :82 -31-740 - 8137~41
FAX : 82 -31-740 - 8145
SAMSUNG OPTO-ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC.
Closed Circuit Division
40 Seaview Drive, Secaucus N.J
07094, U.S.A.
TEL : (201) 902-0347
FAX : (201) 902-9342
P/ NO. : 6806 - 0366- 01A
Printed in Korea
SAMSUNG CCD CAMERA
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION :
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK),
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with an arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying
the appliance.
INFORMATION - This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference
at his own expense.
WARNING - Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
CAUTION : To prevent electric shock and risk of fire hazards:
Do NOT use power sources other than that specified.
Do NOT expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
This installation should be made by a qualified service person and
should conform to all local codes.
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Electronic Iris
The electronic iris shutter is automatically
controlled at the speed of
1/60~1/10,000sec(NTSC Models), /
1/50~1/10,000sec(PAL Models).
Powerful Backlight Compensation
The backlight compensation technology allows
the camera to find the best picture conditions
in any environment and automatically gives the
necessary light level compensation, so that you
can always obtain the clearest picture, finest
detail and perfect light contrast.
Do not drop the camera or subject
them to physical shocks.
It can cause malfunctions to occur.
Do not touch the front lens of the
camera.
Do not expose the camera to rain or
spill beverage on it.
If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
Liquids can contain minerals that corrode
the electronic components.
Never keep the camera face to strong
light directly.
It can damage the CCD.
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA
Bottom
Front
C Mount Adapter.
Attach the C-Mount Adapter when using the
C-Mount Lens.
Tripod Mounting Bracket Screw Hole.
Used to fix the Tripod mounting
bracket on the top of the camera.
Tripod Mounting Hole
Used to install the camera on an optional
tripod. The tripod must be equipped with
the screw specified as shown below.
1/4"-20 UNC (20 THREAD)
L:4.5mm±0.2mm (ISO standard),
or 0.197" (ASA standard)
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Auto Iris Lens Connector.
Used to connect the Auto iris
lens plug.
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You can remove and install this bracket
on the top of the camera. You must use
the supplied screw or the equivalent
(within 4mm). If not, the bracket may
not be fixed properly.
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA
Back
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA
Accessories
REMOTE Jack
Used to connect a remote plug.
This jack also provides the
motion detect signal.
Auto Iris Lens Plug
DC/VIDEO Selection Switch
Remote Plug
Used to choose DC or VIDEO
according to the type of your
auto iris lens.
Video Out Jack
Used to connect an external
video monitor in jack.
L-Wrench
Menu Setup Buttons
SET Button
Used to access menu mode.
Also used to confirm the setting.
C-Mount Adapter
Power Terminal
UP/DOWN Button
Used to choose the desired menu
item. It also moves the cursor
up or down in the menu screen.
LEFT/RIGHT Button
Used to change the parameter of
the selected menu item.
It also moves the cursor to the
left or right in the menu screen.
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Used to connect AC24V or
DC12V power source.
Instruction Manual
Power LED
The LED turns on
when power is supplied.
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CONNECTION
3. Remove the cover from the iris lens plug supplied, and solder the lens
cable to the plug as shown below.
Lens
The lens is not supplied with this camera. Purchase a lens
suitable for your environment. This camera accepts the auto
iris lens and both C- and CS-mount lens.
• Video type :
No. 1 Pin --- Red (Power source)
No. 2 Pin --- N.C
No. 3 Pin --- White (Video signal)
No. 4 Pin --- Black (GND)
• DC type :
No. 1 Pin --- Damping No. 2 Pin --- Damping +
No. 3 Pin --- Drive +
No. 4 Pin --- Drive -
Cover
Notes
If the lens is markedNOTE
with fingerprints or other marks, the image
quality might be poor.
It is recommended to use a high quality lens to improve the
image quality under low illumination.
Installing Auto Iris Lens
1. Peel approximately 8mm from the end of the lens cable outer cover.
Lens cable
No. 3 Pin
No. 1 Pin
No. 4 Pin
No. 2 Pin
connector
4. Remove the protective cap, and attach the lens to the camera by
turning clockwise.
5. Connect the lens plug to the auto iris connector on the right side of
the camera.
approx. 8 mm
2. Peel approximately 2mm from the end of the cable inner cover.
6. Set the DC/VIDEO selection switch to DC or VIDEO according to the
type of the lens.
approx. 2 mm
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Mounting a C-mount lens
1. Attach the C Mount lens adapter by turning clockwise.
Mounting a CS-mount lens
After removing the protecting cap, attach the lens into
the camera by turning clockwise.
2. Attach the lens to the camera by turning clockwise.
Use the lens under the
specification as shown. Otherwise the lens can
NOTE
damage the camera or abnormal fixing may result.
C-mount lens : 10 mm or less
CS-mount lens : 5 mm or less
A heavy lens may disturb the balance with the camera and possibly result in
damage. Don't use a lens heavier than 450g.
It is recommended to set the lens ALC mode to Av mode (Average). Pk mode can
be occurred hunting.
Connecting to Monitor
Connect the VIDEO Out jack to the monitor VIDEO In jack.
• As the connecting method varies with the instruments,
refer to the manual supplied with the instrument.
• If necessary, you can connect the monitor to the REMOTE
jack on the back of your camera. For details, see page 39.
• Only connect the cable when the power is turned off.
• Set the 75Ω/Hi-Z selection switch as shown below if you
have an intermediate device.
Connecting to Power
CONFIGURATION OF MENU
Setup Menu
Gain Control (see page 34)
Camera ID (see page 23)
• ON : Activate. You can enter up to 14
alphanumeric characters and select
the ID position.
• AGC (Auto Gain Control) : Activates AGC feature.
• OFF : Deactivate AGC feature.
White Balance Control (see page 35)
• OFF : Deactivate
• ATW (Auto Tracing White balance) : Automatically
controls white balance.
• AWC (Auto White balance Control) : Automatically
controls white balance.
• Manual : Manually controls white balance.
Backlight (see page 26)
•ON : Backlight Compensation.
•OFF : Deactivate.
Motion Detection (see page 27)
Color (Day & Night) (see page 36)
• ON : Activate.
• OFF : Deactivate
• AUTO 1 : Automatic changeover by sensing day or night
condition. (Under sunlight or fluorescent
lamps)
• AUTO 2 : Automatic changeover by sensing day or night
condition. (Under incandescent lamps)
• ON
: Activate in only color mode.
• OFF
: Activate in only black and white mode.
Lens Selection (see page 31)
• Manual lens
• DC or Video lens
Synchronization Mode (see page 37)
Shutter Speed Control (see page 32)
• ESC (Electronic Shutter Control ) :
• INT : Internal synchronization
• LL : External line lock synchronization
Electronically adjusts the optimal shutter
speed.
Reset (see page 38)
• Manual : Manually adjusts the shutter speed.
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SETUP MENU
2. Select the desired feature using the UP or DOWN button.
Use the five Setup Menu buttons on the rear of the camera.
Each time you press the UP or DOWN button, the
arrow indicator moves up or down.
Move the arrow indicator to the desired feature item.
Setup
Select the function
using the UP or
DOWN button.
UP button
LEFT button
SET button
RIGHT button
DOWN button
Camera ID
Backlight
Motion Detect.
Lens
Shutter
Gain
White Balance
Color
Sync.
Reset
End
OFF
OFF
OFF
DC
ESC
AGC
ATW
Auto1
INT
Change the status
using the LEFT or
RIGHT button.
3. Change the status of the selected feature using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
4. When completed, move the arrow indicator to 'End' and press the SET button.
Camera ID
1. Press the SET button to access the setup mode.
Setup menu is displayed on the monitor screen.
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1. Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow indicator to
'Camera ID' using the UP or DOWN button.
2. Set 'Camera ID' to 'ON' using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Notes
Setup
Camera ID
Backlight
Motion Detect.
Lens
Shutter
Gain
White Balance
Color
Sync.
Reset
End
If you enter a camera ID, the name will be displayed in the screen monitor.
OFF
OFF
OFF
DC
ESC
AGC
ATW
Auto1
INT
NOTEis set to 'OFF', the name will not displayed
If the camera ID feature
in the monitor.
Setup
Camera ID
Backlight
Motion Detect.
Lens
Shutter
Gain
White Balance
Color
Sync.
Reset
End
OFF
OFF
OFF
DC
ESC
AGC
ATW
Auto1
INT
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5. Select the position at which the camera ID will be located on the screen.
3. Press SET button.
The ID generation screen appears.
Move the cursor to 'Pos' and press SET button.
The camera ID is displayed on the top left of the monitor
screen. (Default position)
4. The alphanumeric letters are displayed.
You can enter up to 14 characters.
Move the cursor to the desired character by using the 4directional buttons. The selected character blinks and
appears in the bottom of the screen.
ID Generation
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklm
nopqrstuvwxyz
-. 0123456789
Clr Pos End
F__________
Select the position by using the 4-directional buttons, then
press the SET button to confirm the position.
Press the SET button to confirm the blinking character. The
first character is saved and the cursor in the bottom of the
screen moves to the next position.
Repeats steps
and until you create the full name you
want.
If you make a mistake while entering name
<To Erase All>
Move the cursor to 'Clr' in the ID generation screen and press the SET button to erase the ID name.
<To Edit existing Camera ID>
Move the cursor to or in the ID generation screen, and press SET button. After you choose
or , each time you press the SET button, the cursor moves to the left or right in the string of
characters. When the cursor moves to the wrong character, correct the character by using the 4directional buttons.
6. When completed, move the cursor to 'End' and press SET button.
SETUP MENU
SETUP MENU
Backlight
Motion Detection
The Wide Dynamic Range and Super BLC technology in
your camera provides intelligent light level control to
overcome the severe Backlight conditions.
Your camera transmits an alert signal when it detects
motion of an object on the screen. If you connect the camera
to an external alarm, you can pay attention to the screen
when the alarm sounds. This feature is useful when you
have to monitor several screens simultaneously.
1. Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow
indicator to ‘Backlight’ using the UP or DOWN button.
Setup
Camera ID
Backlight
Motion Detect.
Lens
OFF
OFF
OFF
DC
2. Set ‘Backlight’ to “ON/OFF” using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
• ON
• OFF
: Backlight Compensation.
The activating zone of BLC is focused on the center of
monitor occupying 20% of the full screen.
BLC area can be focused on more by increasing the weight
number.
: Deactivate.
3. Press the ‘SET’ button.
When ‘ON’ is choosen, you can adjust the weight.
1. Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow
indicator to 'Motion Detect.' using the UP or DOWN button.
2. If you want to activate the motion detecting mode, set 'Motion
Detect.' to 'ON' using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Setup
Camera ID
Backlight
Motion Detect.
Lens
Shutter
OFF
OFF
OFF
DC
ESC
Set weight
Weight
2
Press SET to Return
3. Press the SET button.
The Motion Detection screen appears. You can assign the
active zone.
You can select the weight from 0 to 4.
By increasing the number, the activating zone of BLC is more focused on the center of monitor.
4. When completed, press the SET button.
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SETUP MENU
SETUP MENU
How to Assign the Zone
4. Specify the zone area.
You can point to the top, bottom, left, and right base lines by
setting a proper value from 0 to 15 with an increment of 1.
If you assign a zone, an alert signal occurs when the camera detects
motion of objects in that zone.
Top base line
Ex. Zone
Top 2 Bottom 12 Left 0 Right 7
Ex. Full screen
Right base line
Left base line
5. Adjust Sensitivity.
Bottom base line
Move the arrow indicator to 'Top' using the UP or DOWN
button and increase or decrease the value using the LEFT or
RIGHT button. Repeat the procedure for bottom, left, and
right.
Move the arrow indicator to 'Sensitivity' using the UP or
DOWN button, then press the LEFT or RIGHT button to
decrease or increase the value.
If you decrease the sensitivity, the camera will detect only
motion that is clearly noticeable. If you want to set the
camera to detect minor motion, increase the sensitivity.
You can select the sensitivity from 0 to 10.
Higher sensitivity detects smaller motions at the risk of false
detection.
Therefore zone adjustment is recommended rather than
sensitivity adjustment.
Motion Detection
Top
Bottom
Left
Right
Sensitivity
4
12
3
7
5
Press SET to Return.
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6. When completed, move the arrow indicator to 'End' and press the SET
button.
Lens Selection
You can set the type of the lens, and control the brightness
of the screen.
Tips on Using the Motion Detection Feature
• After selecting zone and sensitivity, perform a test operation to make sure
it works properly.
• If the lighting flickers, the motion detection feature might not work
properly.
1. Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow
indicator to 'Lens' using the UP or DOWN button.
2. Select the lens type using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
You can select from Manual, Video or DC lens.
• The object should occupy 10% or more of its zone. The bigger the object,
the higher sensitivity.
• If the brightness of an object changes rapidly by sudden lighting change,
the camera may detect it as a motion.
• When this feature is activated, another algorithm may take more time to
be operated.
• This system does not guarantee prevention of fires or thefts. The
manufacturer is not responsible for any accident or damage.
• You can use the REMOTE jack on the rear of the camera to connect an
external alarm device. For details, see page 39.
Hint
When the auto iris lens is mounted, you have to set the DC/VIDEO
selection switch on the rear of the camera properly according to the
type of the lens. The setup window displays DC or VIDEO according
to status of this selection switch.
SETUP MENU
SETUP MENU
3. If you choose “DC”, you can adjust the brightness.
After pressing the SET button, adjust the brightness of the monitor
screen using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
The screen becomes darker when the value is decreased and
brighter when the value is increased.
You can adjust the brightness from 0 to 99.
Notes
3. If you choose 'Manual', select the optimal shutter speed.
You can select speed from '1/60' to '1/10,000' sec (NTSC
Models), / '1/50' to '1/10,000' sec (PAL Models).
When the shutter speed is increased or decreased using the
LEFT or RIGHT button, you can find the difference by
monitoring the brightness of the screen.
You can only adjust NOTE
the brightness in DC mode.
It is recommended to set the value at 60 to stabilize the operation.
To control the brightness of the auto iris lens, refer to the owner's
manual.
Set Shutter
Shutter 1/60
NTSC Models
4. When completed, press the SET button.
Set Shutter
Shutter Speed Control
Shutter 1/50
Select ESC (Electronic shutter control) or manual control of
the shutter speed.
1. Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow
indicator to 'Shutter' using the UP or DOWN button.
PAL Models
4. When completed, press the SET button.
2. Select 'ESC' or 'Manual' shutter using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
ESC : Electronically controls the optimal shutter speed.
Manual : You can select the shutter speed.
Notes
NOTE
If the camera directly
faces strong fluorescent light in 'ESC' mode,
the image may become unstable.
If you choose ‘ESC’., you can adjust the brightness of monitor
screen using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Setup
Camera ID
Backlight
Motion Detect.
Lens
Shutter
Gain
White Balance
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OFF
OFF
OFF
DC
ESC
AGC
ATW
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Gain Control
White Balance Control
1. Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow
indicator to 'Gain' using the UP or DOWN button.
Your camera provides 3 white balance control modes. You
can select the most suitable one. You can adjust the white
balance.
2. Select 'AGC' or 'OFF' using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
1. Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow
indicator to 'White Balance' using the UP or DOWN button.
AGC : Activates automatic gain control feature.
OFF : Deactivates automatic gain control feature.
2. Select the desired control mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Setup
Camera ID
Backlight
Motion Detect.
Lens
Shutter
Gain
White Balance
Notes
OFF
OFF
OFF
DC
ESC
AGC
ATW
If you choose ‘AGC’,NOTE
you can adjust the brightness using the LEFT or
RIGHT button from 0 to 99.
In ‘AGC’ mode, you can select the Gain limit ‘Low’ or ‘High’ or ‘Middle’.
If you choose ‘High’ in the- ‘Gain limit’ menu, the image is more
detailed and more noise.
If you choose ‘Low’ in the ‘Gain limit’ menu, the image is less detailed
and less noise.
The three white balance control modes are as follows :
• ATW (Auto Tracing white balance ) : The camera
automatically controls the white balance in any environment.
Notes
NOTEwhen the camera is installed under severe
Do not use 'ATW' mode
lighting condition.
• AWC (Auto White balance Control) : The white balance is
automatically adjusted in a specific environment. In order to
obtain the best result, press the SET button while the camera
focuses on white paper. If the environment including the light
source is changed, you have to adjust the white balance again.
• Manual : To fine adjust, select the Manual mode. You can
increase or decrease the red or blue factor while monitoring the
difference on the screen. To use the mode more effectively, set it
to ATW or AWC mode to obtain a proper white balance, then set
to 'Manual' mode and press the SET button. Increase or decrease
the value for red and blue, watching the color of the picture, and
press the SET button when you obtain the best color.
SETUP MENU
SETUP MENU
Color ( Day & Night)
Synchronization Mode
Your camera provides automatic mode changeover by sensing day
or night conditions. It changes to Color mode in day conditions for
optimal color and to BW mode in night conditions for clear
identification.
1. Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow
indicator to 'Color' using the UP or DOWN button.
2. Select a mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Two synchronization modes are available Internal and
External linelock. -In linelock mode, it synchronizes the video
signal between cameras without a synchronous generator.
The linelock synchronization is only used in the areas of
60Hz(NTSC Models)/50Hz(PAL Models).
ON : Color mode is kept up.
OFF : A black and white mode is kept up.
Auto1 : Select this mode under a normal light source(sunlight or
fluorescent lamp). When changing between color and
B/W, the OSD key does not act for 3 seconds.
Auto2 : Select this mode under light source that have a wavelength
range mostly above 800nm(incandescent lamp). When
changing between color and B/W, the OSD key does not
act for 3 seconds.
1. Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow
indicator to 'Sync.' using the UP or DOWN button.
2. Select 'LL' or 'INT' using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
INT : Internal synchronization.
LL : External linelock synchronization.
Setup
Setup
Camera ID
Backlight
Motion Detect.
Lens
Shutter
Gain
White Balance
Color
Sync.
OFF
OFF
OFF
DC
ESC
AGC
ATW
Auto1
LL
3. Press the SET button.
Notes
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If you set low level inNOTE
Video IRIS mode, Color/BW may not change over
automatically.
Under Gain OFF Color/BW does not change over automatically, ON/OFF is
only available.
If you change ‘Gain’ menu from ON to OFF, ‘Color’ mode change to ON.
If you change ‘Gain’ menu from OFF to ON, ‘Color’ mode change to Auto1.
Select Auto2 in ‘Color’ mode under incandescent lamp.
Adjust the focus if the camera is out of focus for changing modes.
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Camera ID
Backlight
Motion Detect.
Lens
Shutter
Gain
White Balance
Color
Sync.
Reset
End
OFF
OFF
OFF
DC
ESC
AGC
ATW
Auto1
LL
3. L.L mode Press the SET button.
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SETUP MENU
The phase is preset to 225 degrees at the factory. You can readjust it from 0 to 270 degrees.
Line Lock
Phase
If you connect a remote plug to the REMOTE jack on the
rear of the camera as shown below, you can access the
menu setup mode from a remote place.
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Press SET to Return
Notes
NOTE is 50Hz, you can not use linelock
When the power frequency
mode(NTSC Models).
When the power frequency is 60Hz, you can not use the linelock
mode(PAL Models).
’Sync.’ mode is fixed to ‘INT’ in DC12V input power.
Reset
Tx (Transmit Data)
GND
Rx (Receive Data)
MD (Motion Detection Signal)
1. RS-232C Communication Setting.
Mode : Serial
Bit/sec : 9600bps
Port : Com1
Parity : None
2. Setup menu Command.
Setup menu
Set
Up
Down
Left
Right
This function resets the camera to the default settings preset at the factory.
All modes are initialized and return to the default status.
Command
A0, A0, 01, 00, 00, AF
A0, A0, 02, 00, 00, AF
A0, A0, 03, 00, 00, AF
A0, A0, 04, 00, 00, AF
A0, A0, 05, 00, 00, AF
Byte
6
6
6
6
6
3. Motion Detection Output Signal Level.
Setup
Camera ID
Backlight
Motion Detect.
Lens
Shutter
Gain
White Balance
Color
Sync.
Reset
End
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+4.0V~+5.0V
There is motion
OFF
OFF
OFF
DC
ESC
AGC
ATW
Auto1
INT
0V
There is no motion
NOTE
2.5
0.5sec
NOTE power off when you connect or remove
You must turn the camera
the remote plug.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If you have trouble operating your camera, refer to the
following table. If the guidelines do not enable you to solve
the problem, contact an authorized technician.
Problem
Solution
Nothing appears on • Check that the power cord and line connection
between the camera and monitor are fixed properly.
the screen.
• Check that the DC/VIDEO selection switch on the
rear of the camera is set to a proper position
according to the type of your auto iris lens.
The image on the
screen is dark.
• Check that you have set the 'Shutter' feature under
the setup menu to 'ESC' mode.
Problem
‘Auto’ mode does
not activate.
• It occurs temporarily when the camera converge
available light to produce clear image under low
illumination. It is normal.
The image on the
screen is dim.
• Check if the lens is stained. If dirty, clean the lens
with soft, clean cloth.
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menu to 'OFF'? Set the feature to 'AGC'.
The color of the
picture is not
matched.
• Check that you have properly set the 'White
Balance’ feature under the setup menu.
The contrast on the
screen is too weak.
• Adjust the contrast feature of the monitor.
The image on the
screen flickers.
• Is the camera facing to direct sunlight or
fluorescent lighting? Change the camera position.
• If the camera is exposed to too strong light,
change the camera position.
• Check that the DC/VIDEO selection switch on the
rear of the camera is set to a proper position
according to the type of your auto iris lens.
• If you decrease the sensitivity level of the 'Shutter'
feature under the setup menu, this symptom can be
eliminated, but the image on the screen may be
darker.
The camera is not
• Check that you have properly connected the camera
working properly,
to an appropriate power source. Refer to page 17.
and the surface of the
camera case is hot.
•Have you set the 'Gain’ feature under the setup
•Have you set the level of video lens too low?
• Check that you have set to a proper sensitivity
and brightness level in the 'Shutter' feature.
The afterimage of
moving objects
remain on the
screen.
Solution
The image on the
screen is distorted.
• Check that the power frequency is proper in
'Sync.’ If the power frequency is not proper, the
linelock synchronization mode cannot be used.
Set the 'Synchronization Mode' to 'INT' mode.
– NTSC Model’s Power frequency in LL mode : 60Hz
– PAL Model’s Power frequency in LL mode : 50Hz
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Item
Power Source
Image Pick-Up Device
Scanning System
Picture elements
Effective picture elements
Resolution
Video Output
Backlight Compensation
Color
RS-232C Communication
O.S.D
Iris Mode
Electronic Shutter
White Balance
Lens Mount
Min. Illumination
S/N Ratio
Power Consumption
Synchronizing System
Environmental conditions
Dimension
Weight
Accessory
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AC 24V, 60Hz / DC 12V
AC 24V, 50Hz / DC 12V
1/3 SONY 1/3 Solid State 1/3 SONY 1/3 Solid State
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CCD(SONY)
IT CCD
IT CCD
2:1 Interlace(PAL Standard)
2:1 Interlace(NTSC Standard)
525 Lines / 60 Fields / 30 Frames 625 Lines / 50 Fields / 25 Frames
811(H) 508(V)
795(H) 596(V)
768(H) 494(V)
752(H) 582(V)
480(Color)/520(BW)TV Lines Horizontally
1.0 Vp-p NTSC composite
1.0 Vp-p PAL composite
On/Off Selectable
Auto1/Auto2/On/Off Selectable
Available
Built-in
Video Iris / DC Iris / ESC Selectable
1/60~1/10,000 sec
1/50~1/10,000 sec
ATW / AWC / MANUAL Selectable
CS-mount(or C-mount with the supplied adaptor)
0.5 Lux at F1.2 (Color) 0.5 Lux at F1.2 (Color) 0.5 Lux at F1.2 (Color) 0.5 Lux at F1.2 (Color)
0.01 Lux at F1.2 (B&W) 0.03 Lux at F1.2 (B&W) 0.01 Lux at F1.2 (B&W) 0.03 Lux at F1.2 (B&W)
More than 48dB (AGC Off)
3. 8W at AC24 / 3.5W at DC12
Internal/Line lock selectable
10 C~+50 C
55(W) 57(H) 135(L)mm (Without Lens)
Approx 400g (Without Lens)
Auto Iris Lens Plug, Remote Plug, L-Wrench,
Instruduction Manual, C-Mount Adapter
COLOR CCD CAMERA
Application of Council Directive(s)
89/336/EEC
Manufacturer's Name
SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD
Manufacturer's Address
SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD
42, SUNGJU-DONG CHANGWON-CITY,
KYUNGNAM, KOREA, 641-120
European Representative Name
European Representative Address
Equipment Type/Environment
CCTV Camera
Model Name
SDN-520P/510P
Beginning Serial NO.
S2040001
Year of Manufacture
2002. 4. 1
Conformance to
EN 50081-1 : 1992
EMC-Directive 89/336 EEC and 92/31/EEC
EN 50130-4 : 1996
We, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above conforms to the
above Directive(s).
Manufacturer
SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD
Signature
Legal Representative in Europe
Signature
Full Name
YOUNG TAEK SON
Full Name
Position
QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER
Position
Place
CHANGWON, KOREA
Place
Date
2002. 4. 1
Date
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