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LG LT703P-B User guide
Dome Camera
Owner’s Manual
MODEL: LT703
Before installing and using the camera, please read this owner's
manual carefully and retain for future reference.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK
OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
This lightning flash with arrowhead symbol
within an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
dangerous voltage within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the product.
FCC WARNING : This equipment may generate or
use radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications
to this equipment may cause harmful interference
unless the modifications are expressly approved in the
instruction manual. The user could lose the authority
to operate this equipment if an unauthorized change
or modification is made.
REGULATORY INFORMATION: FCC Part 15
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his
own expense.
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A suitable conduit entries, knock-outs or glands
shall be provided in the cable entries of this product in the end user.
Caution: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replaced only with the same or
equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the
manufacturer ’s instructions.
Holes in metal, through which insulated wires
pass, shall have smooth well rounded surfaces or
shall be provided with brushings.
Warning: Do not install this equipment in a confined
space such as a bookcase or similar unit.
Warning: Wiring methods shall be in accordance with
the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
Warning: This is a class A product. In a domestic
environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take
adequate measures.
Warning: To reduce a risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this product to rain or moisture.
Caution: This installation should be made by a
qualified service person and should conform to all
local codes.
Caution: To avoid electrical shock, do not open the
cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
Caution: The apparatus shall not be exposed to
water (dripping or splashing) and no objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the
apparatus.
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 install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not
fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
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-over.
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 have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
Contents
Menu navigation..................................................22
General Operation...............................................23
Focus setting.......................................................23
Introduction................................................................5
About Dome Camera.............................................5
Features.................................................................5
Safety Precautions.................................................6
Identification of Camera.........................................7
Installation..................................................................8
Precautions............................................................8
Removing the Protection Tape............................... 8
Mounting the Camera............................................9
Dipswitch Setting................................................. 11
Alarm Output Mode Setting.................................12
Camera ID Setting...............................................12
Connection...............................................................15
Precautions..........................................................15
Connection preview.............................................15
RS-485 connection..............................................15
Connecting monitor..............................................15
Connecting power source....................................15
ALARM IN connections........................................16
ALARM OUT connections....................................18
Connecting LKD1000 controller........................... 19
System Connection..............................................20
Operation..................................................................21
Setup Menu Overview.........................................21
Exposure settings................................................25
White Balance setting..........................................26
Day/Night setting.................................................27
Motion Detection setting......................................27
Privacy Mask setting............................................28
3D-DNR setting....................................................28
Special menu settings..........................................28
Language setting.................................................30
Reset settings......................................................30
Reference.................................................................31
Specifications.......................................................31
About Dome Camera
The dome cameras are designed for installation in an
indoor or outdoor video surveillance system.
The camera incorporates the digital signal processor,
pan/tilt mechanism, x27 zoom lens and RS-485 communication interface in a compact outdoor enclosure.
Features
m High Sensitivity Support
The camera provides the high quality picture with
1/4" EX-view HAD CCD.
m Preset Position
Preset position is the function to register camera
monitoring positions (preset positions). By using
LKD1000 controller, you can register presets with
position number. Maximum 128 Preset Position
are available. By entering the position numbers,
you can move cameras to the preset positions.
The moving speed and holding time are adjustable.
m Preset Tour
Preset Tour is the function to go through all the
registered camera monitoring positions (preset
positions).
m Preset Group Tour
A preset tour is composed of a group of preset
positions that the operator can program to be
linked together in a sequence. A preset group
should have a maximum of 8 preset positions.
m Auto Pan
The camera has an Auto Pan function that enables
to keep surveillance on every detail occurring
around the specific area, which is preset to watch
in advance.
The camera can pan among the maximum 8
points you will set. The moving speed and holding
time are adjustable.
m Auto Flip
When the camera is operated to tilt through the
90°, it can be watched the opposite side of the
locations by Auto Flip of a 180° horizontally.
m Optical Zoom
The optical zoom range is 1x to 27x.
m Digital Zoom
Digital zoom enhances the systems zoom range
to 12 times beyond the 27x optical zoom limit. By
utilizing the digital zoom function, the total system
zoom range increases further from 27x (1x digital
zoom) to 324x (12x digital zoom)
m Sensor Linkage
The camera is capable of capturing a subject by
the focus of camera moving promptly toward the
subject at the rate of 120°/sec when the camera
works with a detector (magnetic, beam, infrared
rays), and a subject moving within a detection area
is captured by a detector.
m Alarm In function (8 channels)
Alarm input signals are supplied from external
devices through the ALARM IN connector to activate 'go to preset' function.
m Pattern recording function
A routine of manual operations can be stored and
reproduced repeatedly. The Pan, Tilt and Zoom
controls are available for pattern recording.
m Alarm Out function (4 channels)
When alarm inputs are supplied via the alarm
input connector on the camera, the camera sends
output signals via the alarm output connector on
the camera.
The available total time of pattern differs depending on camera’s operation. When the pattern
recording is full, the pattern recording will automatically stop.
m Controls by General Controller
This camera can be controlled by RS-485.
Especially the camera has an excellent cost-saving effect because it can be controlled by the general RX point of contact signal.
Note:
Introduction
Introduction
m Privacy Mask
Privacy zone feature enables users to veil unwanted zones. This setting is used for masking unwanted zones, hiding them from display on the monitor
screen. Up to 8 zones can be registered.
m Connects with the maximum 256 cameras
This camera can be utilized after being connected
with maximum 256 cameras.
Therefore, it is capable of performing an excellent
job in the large buildings or department stores.
The lens may become cloudy due to condensation
if the camera is used under the following conditions.
m Day & Night Function
This camera can be selected Color or Black &
White. You can set Color in the daytime and Black
& White at night due to the low illumination. (Filter
Conversion type)
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m DSS (Digital Slow Shutter) function
It is possible to highly sensitive surveillance
because of DSS(Digital Slow Shutter) function.
m WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) function
The camera can be best condition to watch easily
inside or outside in the strong back light.
m Power Supply
This camera must always be operated a AC 24V
Certified/Listed, class 2 power supply only.
Safety Precautions
m 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 personnel for servicing.
m Avoid the camera with direct sunlight
Do not aim the camera at bright objects.Whether
the camera is in use or not, never face it with
direct sunlight or other extremely bright objects.
Otherwise blooming or smear may be caused.
m Handle the camera with care
Do not abuse the camera. Avoid striking, shaking,
etc. The camera could be damaged by improper
handling or storage.
m Do not use strong solvents or detergents
Use a dry cloth to the camera when it is dirty. If
it is hard to remove the dirt on the camera, use a
mild detergent and wipe it gently.
m Do not install this camera upside down
This camera is designed for mounting on the ceiling or wall.If you install this camera upside down,
for example, mounted on the floor, it may cause
malfunction.
m Do not use the camera in such places as
shown below.
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Rapid temperature fluctuation by switching an
air conditioner on and off.
Rapid temperature fluctuation due to frequent
door opening and closing.
Use in an environment where eyeglasses
become foggy.
Use in a room filled with cigarette smoke or
dust.
If the lens becomes cloudy due to condensation,
remove the dome cover and wipe all moist surfaces with a soft cloth.
m Before operating, please check proper temperature, humidity and power source ratings.
Use the camera under conditions where temperature is between -10~50 °C and humidity is below
80%. The input power source is AC 24V.
m Consumables
Parts having contacts such as the lens-drive
motors, cooling fan built inside the camera are
subject to wear with time. About replacement and
maintenance of such parts, please ask the nearest
service center.
Identification of Camera
a Dome camera body
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Introduction
b Camera mounting bracket
c Fall Prevention Wire
Be sure to hook the fall prevention wire into a
bracket.
Caution:
When you fix the dome cover to the dome camera
body, you must insert the wire in the dome camera
body. If not, the wire may obstruct the camera’s
moving.
d Mechanics assembly
e Dome cover assembly
f BNC connector cover cap
g Video output cable with BNC connector
Connects with the video connector of the monitor.
h Power cable (AC 24V)
i Data Communication Port (RJ45) - RS-485 and
Alarm Input
j Data Communication Port (RJ45) - RS-485 and
Alarm Input
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k Data Communication Port (RJ45) - Alarm
Output
l IF board
m Main control board
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“A” cable to moisture, this may cause leakDo not expose the power and data
age into the housing and damage the camera. If
you must, please make sure that the connections
are sealed tightly.
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Installation
About Static Electricity Removal
Before installing the camera, touch a metal case or
other metallic parts with your hand to remove static
electricity from your body.
Precautions
Do not install in areas subjected to high amounts of
humidity or dust.
The following steps of installation and connection work
should be done by qualified service personnel or system installers and should conform to all local codes.
Do not wire cables near power lines.
Before you install and connect the camera, check and
prepare the required peripheral devices and cables.
Before you connect the camera, turn off all devices to
be connected, such as this camera and DVR.
Note:
Do not touch the dome cover’s window.
Camera Installation Location
Discuss the installation location for the camera with
your retailer, and select a place that is strong enough
for the installation.
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Install the camera on a ceiling (concrete, etc.) at a
location that is sufficiently strong to support it.
Install the camera body on the foundation section
of the building or sections having sufficient bearing
strength.
Doing so may cause internal components to damage
more easily or malfunction.
Tightening the Screws
Screws should be tightened sufficiently in accordance
with the materials and structure of the installation
location. After tightening the screws, visually inspect
them to make sure there is no unevenness and that
each screw is tight.
Removing the Protection Tape
Before using the camera, remove the protection tape.
Caution: Remove the protection tape carefully.
1. Loosen the screws using the wrench and remove
the dome cover as shown below.
Never install or use the camera in the following locations
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Do not install it in areas exposed to direct sunlight
or rain.
Do not install the camera near the air outlet of an
air conditioner.
Near a swimming pool or other areas where chemicals are used.
Food preparation areas and other locations where
there are large amounts of steam vapor and oil,
in flammable atmospheres, other special environments.
Areas where radiation, X-rays, strong electric
waves, or magnetism is generated.
At sea, in coastal areas, or in areas where corrosive gas is being generated.
Areas outside of the allowable ambient operating
temperature range.
2. Remove the protection tape and attach the dome
cover.
Pendant mount (Optional)
Install pipe and camera as shown below.
Installation
Mounting the Camera
The figures show an example of the camera mounted
on a wall with a locally procured bracket.
Note:
The camera have not been evaluated for wall or ceiling mounting.
Wall mount (Optional)
Install the camera in the following order.
1. Drill holes on the wall where you want to install the
pipe.
2. Install the pipe and camera as shown below.
How to install
“A”
Pipe threads should be clean and rust
free. Use a sealer (such as Teflon™
tape and silicone sealer) on the threads.
Add thread
sealing tape
Note:
The pipes and brackets for mounting are not
supplied.
Reference: Specifications of LG Standard
pipe.
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Dipswitch Setting
Note:
ON
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The camera has one 8 bit switches that determine the
protocol and baud rate of the data communication.
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Settings are loaded when the camera ON
boots up. Be
sure to turn the camera off, change the dipswitch set1
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5
tings, then power back up to load the changes.
ON
6
ON
If you are not using the controller with LG Multix proto7
8
col, there may be some limitation of function control.
Switch position (1-4)
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3. Set the dipswitches inside the housing as per the
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table below.
ON
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1. Turn off the camera.
ON
2. Remove the dome cover from the housing.
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(5-8)
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(ON OFF OFF OFF)
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(ON ON OFF OFF)
Protocol
LG Multix
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(ON OFF ON OFF)
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(OFF OFF
OFF OFF)
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1,200 BPS
2,400 BPS
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(ON ON OFF OFF)
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9,600 BPS
Installation
4. Power up the camera to load the changes.
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BAUD RATE
(OFF ON ON OFF)
(ON ON ON OFF)
4,800 BPS
19,200 BPS
38,400 BPS
57,600 BPS
115,200 BPS
Reserved 1
Pelco D
Pelco P
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Alarm Output Mode Setting
Camera ID Setting
You can set the Alarm Output to the normal open or
normal close mode.
If you want to use multiple cameras, you should set
camera IDs differently by using the 8-bit Dip switch for
each camera.
SW1 on IF board
Set the camera ID setting referring to the pictures and
the table on the below.
• The default setting of the camera ID is 0.
SW1 on main board
ON
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Alarm
Output
Number
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Switch
Number
(Position)
Function Effect
1 (ON), 2 (OFF)
Normal Open mode
1 (OFF), 2 (ON)
Normal Close mode
3 (ON), 4 (OFF)
Normal Open mode
3 (OFF), 4 (ON)
Normal Close mode
5 (ON), 6 (OFF)
Normal Open mode
5 (OFF), 6 (ON)
Normal Close mode
7 (ON), 8 (OFF)
Normal Open mode
7 (OFF), 8 (ON)
Normal Close mode
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The table for the camera ID setting
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Connection
Precautions
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•
RS-485 connection
Use the cable that is described below for RS-485 site
communication.
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Shielded, twisted pair cable
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Wire gauge size is thicker than AWG #22 (0.33 mm2).
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The connections should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers in accordance
with all local codes.
AC 24V can be used.
Note:
When powered up, the unit performs a self-check
(including one panning, tilting, zooming and focusing operation).
Low impedance
Connecting monitor
The video signal connection between the camera and
the monitor.
Connection preview
Video output
AC 24V cable for
Camera
Connections
AC 24V
BNC plug
data port A Ethernet cable
data port B Ethernet cable
data port C Ethernet cable
Connecting power source
Connect a AC 24 V power source to the power input
terminal.
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ALARM IN connections
Connect external sensors to the 8-pin haness connector. Each alarm sensor should be connected with G
(GND). Input specifications are low-active, non-voltage contact (ON when active) or open collector (Low
when active).
Connection of the data port and adapter
for alarm input
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Data Port A
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Cautions
•
•
Alarm input connection must be connected to only
one port of two communication ports.
Do not connect one alarm sensor to the several
camera’s alarm input connector.
Data Port A Adapter
Alarm
sensors (1-4)
Data Port B Adapter
Alarm
sensors (5-8)
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
ALARM IN 1
ALARM IN 2
GND
TRX D TRX D +
GND
ALARM IN 3
ALARM IN 4
Description
ALARM IN 1
ALARM IN 2
GND
TRX D TRX D +
GND
ALARM IN 3
ALARM IN 4
Alarm sensor 4
Alarm sensor 3
Alarm sensor 2
Alarm sensor 1
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Color
Black
Brown
Red
Orange
Yellow
Green
Blue
White
Color
Brown
Blue
Yellow
Green
Red
Black
Orange
White
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Data Port B
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
ALARM IN 5
ALARM IN 6
GND
TRX D TRX D +
GND
ALARM IN 7
ALARM IN 8
Color
Black
Brown
Red
Orange
Yellow
Green
Blue
White
Before inputting
the alarm signal
Color
Brown
Blue
Yellow
Green
Red
Black
Orange
White
Function status
Manual mode
While observe a
specific position.
Change the observe position
to the alarmed position then
keep observe the alarmed position and you cannot control the
camera. If you want to control
the camera, you should set the
Duration Time of Alarm Input
function to "1 to 255" using the
LKD1000 controller.
While operating
Preset Tour function.
Stop preset touring and change
the observe position to the
alarmed position then keep
observe the alarmed position.
While operating
Auto Pan function.
Stop auto panning and change
the observe position to the
alarmed position then keep
observe the alarmed position.
While operating
Pattern function.
Stop operating pattern function
and change the observe position to the alarmed position then
keep observe the alarmed position.
Alarm sensor 8
Alarm sensor 7
Alarm sensor 6
Alarm sensor 5
Alarm Input function
This speed dome camera has a terminal that can
sense the alarm signals.
If the alarm sensor that has installed in a door, window, safe etc. sense a touch or shock, the alarm
sensor send the alarm signal to the camera and the
camera will observe the sensed position.
There are “Manual mode” and “Auto mode” for the
Alarm Input function.
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Manual mode: Change the observe position to a
sensor that senses a touch or shock then keep
observe the sensed position. (Set the Duration
Time of Alarm Input function to “0” using the
LKD1000 controller.)
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Alarm signal
input
Connections
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
ALARM IN 5
ALARM IN 6
GND
TRX D TRX D +
GND
ALARM IN 7
ALARM IN 8
<Example: If this unit receives signal from “Alarm 8”>
Auto mode: Change the observe position to a
sensor that senses a touch or shock then return
to the position that previously observed. (Set the
Duration Time of Alarm Input function to “1 to
255”.)
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<Example : If this unit receives signal from “Alarm 8”>
ALARM OUT connections
Connect an external device, for example, a buzzer or
lamp, to this connector. Output specifications are lowactive, open-collector and a drive capacity of 30V DC
0.5A maximum.
Before inputting
the alarm signal
Alarm signal input
Released alarm signal
Alarm output numbers 1 to 4 are linked to alarm
inputs 1 to 4 respectively. If alarm input 1 comes in,
the camera sends output signals via the alarm output
1 connector on the camera.
Note:
Use a relay if the voltage or current of the connected
device exceeds the ratings.
Data Port C Adapter
Function status
Auto mode
While observe a
specific position.
Change the observe position to
the alarmed position then return
to the position that previously
observed.
While operating
Preset Tour function.
Stop preset touring and change
the observe position to the
alarmed position then restart the
preset touring again.
While operating
Auto Pan function.
Stop auto panning and change
the observe position to the
alarmed position then restart the
auto panning again.
While operating
Pattern function.
Stop operating pattern function and change the observe
position to the alarmed position
then restart the pattern function
again.
Note:
The Alarm In 1 is Preset 1, Alarm In 2 is Preset 2,
Alarm In 3 is Preset 3,...,Alarm In 7 is Preset 7 and
Alarm In 8 is Preset 8.
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Alarm
devices (1-4)
Connection of the data port and adapter
for alarm output
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Data Port C
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
ALARM OUT 1
COM 1
ALARM OUT 2
COM 2
ALARM OUT 3
COM 3
ALARM OUT 4
COM 4
Color
Black
Brown
Red
Orange
Yellow
Green
Blue
White
Color
Brown
Blue
Yellow
Green
Red
Black
Orange
White
Alarm device 4
Alarm device 3
Adapter
LKD1000 controller
Connection of the data port and adapter
with LKD1000 controller
No
4
5
No
4
5
Description
TRX D TRX D +
Description
TRX D TRX D +
Color
Orange
Yellow
Connections
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
ALARM OUT 1
COM 1
ALARM OUT 2
COM 2
ALARM OUT 3
COM 3
ALARM OUT 4
COM 4
Data Port A or B
Color
Green
Red
Alarm device 2
Alarm device 1
Connecting LKD1000 controller
TX-
TX-
TX+
TX+
TXTX+
Connecting the LKD1000 controller to control the camera. (Refer to the manuals of the LKD1000 controller
for more details.).
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System Connection
Note:
When any peripheral is turned off and turned on
again, the camera is also turned off and turned back
on.
Caution:
Do not connect the alarm connectors to the another
camera’s alarm connectors.
Controller
or
To Alarm devices
Caution:
Connect the supplied
termination adapter
to the final camera’s
data port (B) to prevent the RS-485 communication error.
To Alarm
devices
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Main Menu
Operation
DAY/NIGHT
The following table shows the list of menu items and
options. You can adapt the camera to your requirements by setting up the respective items in these
menus.
AUTO
DAY
NIGHT
OFF
Sub Menu
MOTION
DET
ON
OFF
PRIVACY
MASK
ON
INDOOR,
OUTDOOR
RED
-100 ~ 100
BLUE
-100 ~ 100
INITIAL SET
EXIT
RET/TOP/
END
MASK1 ~
MASK8
MASK STATE
AUTO
MANUAL
ZONE
ZONE1 ~
NUMBER
ZONE4
ZONE STATE OFF, ON
WIDTH
HEIGHT
MOVE X
MOVE Y
SENSITIVITY
INITIAL SET
RET/TOP/
EXIT
END
MASK
NUMBER
ONE PUSH
COLOR
TEMP
LOW/
MIDDLE/
HIGH
5, 10, 15,
DWELL TIME
30, 60 sec
INITIAL SET
RET/TOP/
EXIT
END
3D-DNR
OFF
LOW
MIDDLE
HIGH
OFF, ON
BLACK,
MASK
GRAY,
COLOR
WHITE
WIDTH
HEIGHT
MOVE X
MOVE Y
RESET MASK
INITIAL SET
RET/TOP/
EXIT
END
Operation
Contents
AUTO/ ONE PUSH/ ZOOM
FOCUS MODE
TRIG/ MANUAL
FOCUS DIST
50CM, 1M, 3M, 5M
ZOOM START
x1~x26
ZOOM END
x2~x324
FOCUS
ZOOM SPEED SLOW/ MIDDLE/ QUICK
AUTO/ MANUAL/ AUTO
ZTRK MODE
ONLY
INITIAL SET
EXIT
RET/TOP/END
IRIS
AUTO/MANUAL
AGC
OFF/LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH
WDR/BLC
OFF/WDR/BLC/HSBLC
BRIGHTNESS
0~100
X512,
~,
x2,
AUTO, OFF,
EXPOSURE
SHUTTER
A.FLK, 1/160, ~, 1/90000
OFF, AUTO x2 ~ AUTO
SENS-UP
x128
INITIAL SET
EXIT
RET/TOP/END
ATW
WHITE
BALANCE
Contents
D/N LEVEL
Setup Menu Overview
Main Menu
Sub Menu
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Main Menu
Sub Menu
CAMERA ID
D-EFFECT
COLOR
FREEZE
SHARPNESS
SPECIAL
EXIT
Note:
0~68
STABILIZER
OSD
RESET
Contents
0~255
Not supported.
OFF
ON
COLOR LEVEL
OFF/ ON
LANGUAGE
INITIAL SET
EXIT
FACTORY
RESET
S/W VERSION
REBOOT
EXIT
Menu navigation
We use the LKD1000 controller in this manual to
explain the features of the LG Dome camera because
of the LKD1000’s ability to control all of the LG Dome
camera’s advanced features. (For detailed controller
instructions, refer to the LKD1000 Controller Manual.)
OFF/ ON
ON
OFF
USER TITLE
ZOOM MAG
FUNCTION
CAMERA ID
ENG/CHN
RET/TOP/END
RET/TOP/END
The Preset, Auto Pan, Pattern, Alarm functions could
not be set on the OSD menu. To set these functions,
use LKD1000 controller.
Buttons
Function
Cam OSD
button
Displays the setup menu
or cancels operation of
the setup menu.
ZOOM IN
button
Use to move upper
direction on the menu
screen.
ZOOM OUT
button
Use to move lower direction on the menu screen.
FOCUS
NEAR button
Use for increase the
value of the option.
FOCUS FAR Use for decrease the
button
value of the option.
Open/
Close(Enter)
buttons
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Executes selections and
displays a submenu for
an item with the mark.
Accessing setup menus
To access the setup menus using the keys on a
LKD1000 controller, do the following:
1. Select CAM (Camera) icon in the main menu and
then press ENTER. The camera ID input menu will
be displayed.
CAM
CAM
General Operation
1. Use [In] or [Out] button to select an option then
press [Open] or [Close] button.
Submenu appears on the monitor.
2. Use [In] or [Out] button to select a submenu
option.
3. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select a value.
4. Select [EXIT] option then press [Open] or [Close]
to exit the setup menu. In the submenu, use [In] or
[Out] button to select the [EXIT] then use [Near]
or [Far] button to select a mode and press [Open]
or [Close] to exit the setup menu.
•
•
Please Enter Camera ID
Please
Camera
Target Enter
CAM ID
: _ ID
Target CAM ID : _
2. Enter the connected camera ID to control the camera connected to the LKD1000 controller directly
and then press ENTER. The camera control menu
will be displayed.
PRESET
/CAM1
PRESET
/CAM1
3. Press [Cam OSD] button to display the camera
setup menu.
•
RET: Return to the previous.
TOP: Return to the CAMERA SETTING menu
screen.
END: Exit the setup menu.
Focus setting
Focus Mode setting
The camera adjusts the focus automatically by sensing the center of the picture.
•
AUTO: Auto-focus is activated automatically.
•
ZOOM TRIG: The focus is activated manually.
If you change the zoom, the focus is activated
Automatically and then the focus mode is automatically changed to manual mode.
•
At this point, you have access to the camera setup
menu.
•
ONE PUSH: The focus is activated manually. If the
camera is received auto-focus command, the camera is activated Auto-focus mode and the focus is
set automatically and then the focus mode is automatically changed to manual mode.
MANUAL: Focus is activated only when the
FOCUS (NEAR or FAR) keys on the controller is
pressed.
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Operation
Select [FOCUS MODE] option on the [FOCUS] menu,
then select the following mode.
Focus Distance setting
Zoom Speed setting
Selects the minimum shooting distance for the focus.
Selects a zoom speed.
Select [FOCUS DISTANCE] option on the [FOCUS]
menu, then select a focus distance value (50CM, 1M,
3M, 5M).
Zoom Start setting
You can set the zoom start position of the camera.
When the zoom function is operated, the zoom always
will start at the selected zoom start position.
Select [ZOOM START] option on the [FOCUS] menu,
then set a zoom start position (x1 - x26).
Zoom End setting
You can set the zoom end position of the camera. If
you set the zoom end position, the zoom is operated
up to the selected zoom end position.
Select [ZOOM END] option on the [FOCUS] menu,
then set the zoom end position ("Zoom Start position+1" ~ x324).
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Select [ZOOM SPEED] option on the [FOCUS]
menu, then select a zoom speed (SLOW, MIDDLE or
QUICK).
Zoom Tracking Mode setting
Selects a zoom tracking mode. Zoom tracking means
focused zooming state.
Select [ZTRK MODE] option on the [FOCUS]
menu, then select a zoom tracking mode (AUTO or
MANUAL).
If the FOCUS MODE is set to [AUTO], the ZTRK
MODE is set to [AUTO] and you can not change the
ZTRK MODE.
Exposure settings
Iris setting
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BLC: Set the BLC limit.
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AUTO: The lens iris is set automatically.
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MANUAL: Use [Near] or [Far] button to select the
DC Iris level.
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AGC (Automatic Gain Control) setting
If the images are too dark, change the maximum
[AGC] value to make the images lighter.
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BLC LEVEL: LOW y MIDDLE y HIGH
HSBLC: Use for adjusting brightness the
specific area of picture. The HSBLC mode is
automatically activated only in low illuminance
scene.
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Select the desired lens iris value for camera exposure.
Select [IRIS] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu, then
select a value. (AUTO or MANUAL).
WDR LEVEL: LOW y MIDDLE y HIGH
AREA SETTING: Use [Near] or [Far] button to select a area then use [In] or [Out]
button to select a ON or OFF. Press [Open]
or [Close] to exit the area setting menu.
GRAY SCALE: Use [Near] or [Far] button
to select a gray scale.
(GRAYyD.GRAYyBLACK).
HS LEVEL: Use [Near] or [Far] button to
select a bright level. (5 level)
MASK STATE: Use [Near] or [Far] button
to select [ON] or [OFF].
If you set the MASK STATE to ON, the
mask function is activate only when the
HSBLC is activated by auto mode.
OFF: Not used.
1. Select [AGC] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu.
BRIGHTNESS setting
You can increase the brightness of the darkened
video. If you set the brightness to lower value, the
image is darkened. If you set the brightness to higher
value, the image gets bright.
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select a mode.
(OFFy LOWyMIDDLEyHIGH)
1. Select [BRIGHTNESS] option on the [EXPOSURE]
menu.
Operation
WDR/BLC setting
Use WDR/BLC option to set the options for BLC or
WDR camera.
1. Select [WDR/BLC] option on the [EXPOSURE]
menu.
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to set the bright level.
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select a mode then
press [Open] or [Close].
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WDR: Set the WDR limit.
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SHUTTER (Shutter Speed) setting
Select the desired shutter speed for camera exposure.
You can change the shutter speed to higher speed
to capture fast-moving subjects, though the image
becomes darker.
1. Select [SHUTTER] option on the [EXPOSURE]
menu.
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to set shutter speed.
(x512~x2 y AUTOy OFF y A.FLK y 1/160 ~
1/90000)
White Balance setting
Select the method by which the camera shifts its
output colors to compensate for the color of a light
source.
1. Select [WHITE BALANCE] option on the
[CAMERA SET] menu.
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select a mode then
press [Open] or [Close].
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SENS-UP setting
If pictures are not clear due to darkness, use for
increase the sensitivity of picture.
ATW (Auto-Tracing White Balance): In this
mode, the color temperature range for the
proper white balance is approximately 1,800
- 10,500°K. Proper white balance may not be
obtained under the following conditions:
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1. Select [SENS-UP] option on the [EXPOSURE]
menu.
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2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to set the SENS-UP
limit (OFF, AUTO x2 ~ AUTO x128).
To setting the SENS-UP function, select the
[AUTO] on the [SHUTTER].
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If you set to one of the SHUTTER options except
AUTO on the [SHUTTER] menu, the [SENS-UP] setting is not available and [---] mark is displayed.
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When the scene contains mostly high color
temperature objects, such as a blue sky or
sunset.
When the scene is dim.
AUTO: In this mode, the color temperature
range for the proper white balance is approximately 2,700 - 5,400°K. Proper white balance
may not be obtained under the following conditions:
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Note:
When the color temperature is out of the
1,800 - 10,500°K range.
When the color temperature is out of the
2,700 - 5,400°K range.
When the scene contains mostly high color
temperature objects, such as a blue sky or
sunset.
When the scene is dim.
ONE PUSH: If you select the ONE PUSH
mode, you will be able to set up the White
Balance automatically using [Open] or [Close]
button.
MANUAL: You can set the white balance
options manually.
Note:
If you set the AGC to [OFF] or the SHUTTER
is set to one of the SHUTTER options except
AUTO on the [EXPOSURE] menu, the AUTO
mode of the DAY/NIGHT function is not available and [---] mark is displayed.
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COLOR TEMP: Use [Near] or [Far] button
to select a function.
> INDOOR: The color temperature range
for the proper white balance is approximately 3,200°K.
> OUTDOOR: The color temperature
range for the proper white balance is
approximately 5,100°K.
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RED: Set the desired red value. (-100~100)
BLUE: Set the desired blue value.
(-100~100)
Day/Night setting
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DAY: Color mode enabled.
NIGHT: Black-and-white mode enabled.
Motion Detection setting
The motion detection detects the moving objects in
the scene by monitoring changes in brightness level.
You can select the level of sensitivity for motion detection to 4 zone.
1. Select [MOTION DET] option on the [CAMERA
SET] menu.
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select a [ON]
and press [Open] or [Close]. The MOTION
DETECTION menu appears.
1. Select [DAY/NIGHT] option on the [CAMERA SET]
menu.
3. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select a zone number (ZONE1 ~ ZONE4) on the [ZONE NUMBER]
option.
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select mode for day/
night function.
AUTO: You will be able to change the Day/
Night mode automatically.
5. Use [In] or [Out] to select an option then use
[Near] or [Far] button to adjust the option
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D/N LEVEL: Use [Near] or [Far] button to
select a level.
(LOWyMIDDLEyHIGH)
DWELL TIME: Use [Near] or [Far] button
to select a dwell time. (5, 10, 15, 30 or 60
sec.)
Operation
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4. Use [Near] or [Far] button to set up the ON or
OFF on the [ZONE STATE] option. If you set to
ON, the zone frame appears on the center of the
monitor.
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WIDTH: Enlarge or decrease the horizontal
size of the zone frame.
HEIGHT: Enlarge or decrease the vertical size
of the zone frame.
MOVE X: Moves horizontal position of the zone
frame.
MOVE Y: Moves vertical position of the zone
frame.
6. Use [SENSITIVITY] option to obtain the optimum
detection level.
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Privacy Mask setting
This function is aiming at the protection of personal
privacy, selecting a screen part black not to be displayed in the screen. Up to 8 zones can be registered.
1. Select [PRIVACY MASK] option on the [CAMERA
SET] menu.
istered mask color will be changed automatically
with the same color for each of group (MASK1~4,
MASK5~8).
3D-DNR setting
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select a [ON] and
press [Open] or [Close]. The PRIVACY MASK
menu appears.
3. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select a zone number (MASK1 ~ MASK8) on the [MASK NUMBER]
option.
4. Use [Near] or [Far] button to set up the ON or
OFF on the [MASK STATE] option. If you already
registered the mask zone and set to ON, the mask
zone box appears on the monitor.
5. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select the color of
the mask zone box on the [MASK COLOR] option.
6. Select [RESET MASK] and press [Open] or
[Close]. If you register the mask zone for the first
time, the mask zone box appears on the center of
the monitor. If you already registered mask zone,
it will be returned to its initial state and appear on
the center of the monitor.
7. Use [In] or [Out] to select an option then use
[Near] or [Far] button to adjust the option.
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Notes:
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WIDTH: Enlarge or decrease the horizontal
size of the mask zone box.
HEIGHT: Enlarge or decrease the vertical size
of the mask zone box.
MOVE X: Moves horizontal position of the
mask zone box.
MOVE Y: Moves vertical position of the mask
zone box.
If you want to reset the mask zone position, select
RESET MASK option and press [Open] or [Close]
button.
The parts with the registered mask numbers from
MASK1 to MASK4 have the same color. (So
do the parts with the numbers from MASK5 to
MASK8). If you change the mask color, the reg-
1. Select [3D-DNR] option.
If pictures are not clear due to brightness, use for
reduce the noise of picture.
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select a option.
(OFFyLOWyMIDDLEyHIGH)
Notes:
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If you set the AGC to [OFF] on the [EXPOSURE]
menu, the [3D-DNR] function is not available.
When you use this function, the afterimage may
occur.
Special menu settings
Camera Identification setting
Only displays the camera’s ID. Use the internal 8 bitDIP switch if you want to set ID.
D-EFFECT (Digital effect) setting
This model does not support the D-EFFECT function.
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to change a adjust the
option. If you set the sharpness value to higher,
the image outline becomes sharp. If you set to
lower value, the image outline becomes dim.
Color setting
Stabilizer setting
You can switch the displayed picture to grayscale or
color.
1. Select [COLOR] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to change a color
effect.
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ON: To display the picture with color.
Select ON and Press [Open] or [Close] to display the submenu.
You can adjust the color level using the [Near]
or [Far] button.
OFF: To display the picture with grayscale.
Freeze setting
1. Select [FREEZE] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
The image stabilizer function minimizes the appearance of shaky images caused by low-frequency vibration.
This function is useful for outdoor surveillance.
Select [STABILIZER] option and set to ON or OFF.
Note:
If you set the [STABILIZER] to ON, the Digital zoom is
set to [x1.1] automatically.
OSD setting
You can set the Function On-Screen Display options
using the [OSD] menu.
The Function On-Screen Display of this camera can
be turned on or off.
1. Select [OSD] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select a [ON] and
press [Open] or [Close]. The OSD menu appears.
Operation
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to set up the ON or
OFF.
Sharpness setting
Sharpens the image outline.
1. Select [SHARPNESS] option on the [SPECIAL]
menu.
3. Use [In] or [Out] to select an option then use
[Near] or [Far] button to set the option.
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ON: Displays the Function OSD on the screen.
OFF: The Function OSD does not appear on
the screen.
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User title setting
You can use the camera identification to assign a
number and character to the camera (0 - 9, A-Z, a-z).
The USER TITLE is displayed on the upper left of the
screen.
To disappear the user title, select [OFF].
Language setting
Select a language for setup menu and information
display.
1. Select [USER TITLE] option on the [SPECIAL]
screen.
2. Use [Near] or [Far] button to select a [ON] then
press [Open] or [Close]. The USER TITLE menu
appears.
Reset settings
A
3. Use [In], [Out], [Near] or [Far] button to select a
character or number.
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1. Select [RESET] option.
2. Press [Open] or [Close] button and the RESET
menu appears.
CLR: If you enter the wrong code, select CLR
then press [Open] or [Close].
POS: Use [Near] or [Far] button to move position of USER TITLE on the screen.
END: Confirm your selection.
A(Blank): Insert a space at the cursor position.
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3. Use [In] or [Out] to select option.
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: Moves cursor to left or right.
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FACTORY RESET: Clear certain settings and
information and return to factory default settings.
S/W VERSION: Displays the software version
on the monitor.
REBOOT: Reboot the camera system.
4. Press [Open] or [Close] to confirm your selection.
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Reference
Specifications
Signal System
NTSC (High Resolution)
PAL (High Resolution)
Pick-Up Device
1/4" EX-view HAD CCD
Total Pixels No
410K
Horizontal Resolution
Color: More Than 540 TV Lines, B/W: More Than 570 TV Lines
Lens
x27 Zoom ( F1.5(Wide Angle), F3.6(Tele)), f = 3.25mm ~ 88mm
S/N Ratio
More Than 50dB (AGC Off)
Day & Night
Day / Night / Auto
Min. Illumination(Lux)
Color: 0.003 (0.6, Sens-up Off), B/W: 0.0001 (0.1, Sene-up Off)
Digital Zoom
X 12
Sync System
Internal
White Balance
Auto / ATW/ ONE PUSH / Manual(1800 ºK ~ 10,500 ºK)
Control method
RS-485 Control
Alarm Input
8 Channel
Alarm Output
4 Channel
Video Output
Composite Output 1Vp-p (75Ω Terminated)
Electronic Shutter
1/60 – 1/90,000 Sec
Iris Control
Auto / Manual
Wide Dynamic Range
Dual Shutter Control ( 60dB)
Panning Range (Speed)
0º~360º, Max. 240º/Sec
470K
1/50 – 1/90,000 Sec
Tilting Range (Speed)
0º ~ 180º, Max. 240º/Sec
Privacy Zone
8 Area Active Programmable Zone
Preset/ID
128 Position / 256
Auto Panning
2 – 8 points
Pattern
Max. 8 minutes
Group Tour
Max. 9 Groups
Operation Temperature
-10~50 ºC (Humidity: 0%RH~80%RH)
-30~60 ºC (Humidity: 0%RH~85%RH)
Power Supply
AC 24V
Power Consumption
Max. 20W
Dimension(ø x H )
ø 230mm x 332mm(H)
Weight
Approx 3.3Kg
Reference
Safekeeping Temperature
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