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Everfocus EPA6236 Owner Manual
EPA6220 / EPA6236
AHD 1080p IR / IP66 Outdoor Speed Dome
True Day/Night and WDR (20x / 36x Optical Zoom)
User’s Manual
Copyright © EverFocus Electronics Corp.
Release Date: July, 2019
Copyright  1995 - 2019 EverFocus Electronics Corp.
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www.everfocus.com.tw
July, 2019
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About this document
All the safety and operating instructions should be read and followed before the unit is operated. This
manual should be retained for future reference. The information in this manual was current when
published. The manufacturer reserves the right to revise and improve its products. All specifications are
therefore subject to change without notice.
Regulatory Notices
FCC Notice "Declaration of Conformity Information"
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 in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Warning: Changes or modifications made to this equipment, not expressly approved by EverFocus or
parties authorized by EverFocus could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
EPTZ cameras comply with CE and FCC.
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Precautions
1. Do not install the camera near electric or magnetic fields.
Install the camera away from TV/radio transmitters, magnets, electric motors, transformers and
audio speakers since the electromagnetic fields generated from these devices may distort the video
image or otherwise interfere with camera operation.
2. Never disassemble the camera beyond the recommendations in this manual nor introduce
materials other than those recommended herein.
Improper disassembly or introduction of corrosive materials may result in equipment failure or other
damage.
3. Try to avoid facing the camera toward the sun.
In some circumstances, direct sunlight may cause permanent damage to the sensor and/or internal
circuits, as well as creating unbalanced illumination beyond the capability of the camera to
compensate.
4. Keep the power cord away from water and other liquids and never touch the power cord with wet
hands.
Touching a wet power cord with your hands or touching the power cord with wet hands may result
in electric shock.
5. Never install the camera in areas exposed to oil, gas or solvents.
Oil, gas or solvents may result in equipment failure, electric shock or, in extreme cases, fire.
6. Cleaning
For cameras with interchangeable lenses, do not touch the surface of the sensor directly with the
hands. Use lens tissue or a cotton tipped applicator and ethanol to clean the sensor and the camera
lens. Use a damp soft cloth to remove any dirt from the camera body. Please do not use complex
solvents, corrosive or abrasive agents for cleaning of any part of the camera.
7. Do not operate the camera beyond the specified temperature, humidity or power source ratings.
Use the outdoor camera at temperatures within -40°C ~ +60°C ≦ 95% / -40°F ~ +140°F ≦ 95%;
this device is not rated as submersible. The input power source is 12VDC Be sure to connect the
proper + / - polarity and voltage, as incorrect polarity or too high a voltage will likely cause the
camera to fail, and such damage is not covered by the warranty. The use of properly fused or Class 2
power limited type supplies is highly recommended.
8. Mounting
Use care in selecting a solid mounting surface which will support the weight of the camera plus any
wind, snow, ice or other loading, and securely attach the camera to the mounting surface using
screws and anchors which will properly support the camera. If necessary (e.g. when mounting to
drop ceilings) use a safety wire to provide additional support for the camera.
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CONTENTS
1.
Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Features .................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Dimensions ............................................................................................................................... 1
1.3 Packing List ............................................................................................................................... 2
1.4 Optional Accessories ................................................................................................................ 2
2. Installation ............................................................................................................................ 3
2.1 Wall Mounting.......................................................................................................................... 3
2.2 Corner Mounting ...................................................................................................................... 4
2.3 Pole Mounting .......................................................................................................................... 5
2.4 Ceiling Mounting ...................................................................................................................... 6
2.5 Cable Connection ..................................................................................................................... 7
2.5.1 Coaxial and RS-485 Cables ........................................................................................... 7
2.5.2 Power Cable ................................................................................................................. 7
3. OSD Menu Tree ..................................................................................................................... 8
4. OSD Menu ............................................................................................................................ 10
4.1 System .................................................................................................................................... 10
4.2 Dome ...................................................................................................................................... 11
4.2.1 COMM ........................................................................................................................ 11
4.2.2 IR DISPLAY .................................................................................................................. 11
4.2.3 GUARD TOUR ............................................................................................................. 12
4.2.4 A-B SCAN .................................................................................................................... 13
4.2.5 PAN SCAN ................................................................................................................... 13
4.2.6 PATTERN .................................................................................................................... 14
4.2.7 PARK ACTION ............................................................................................................. 14
4.2.8 PRIVACY ZONE............................................................................................................ 15
4.2.9 ADVANCED ................................................................................................................. 15
4.3 Camera ................................................................................................................................... 16
4.4 Display .................................................................................................................................... 16
4.5 Language ................................................................................................................................ 17
4.6 Timing Task ............................................................................................................................. 17
4.6.1 TIME SETTING ............................................................................................................ 17
4.6.2 TIME TASK .................................................................................................................. 17
4.7 Alarm ...................................................................................................................................... 18
4.8 Reset ....................................................................................................................................... 18
5. Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 19
Appendix ...................................................................................................................................... 21
A.Shortcut Commands ...................................................................................................................... 21
B. Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................. 22
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1. Introduction
The EPA6220 / EPA6236 1080p speed dome cameras come with 20x / 36x optical zoom lens respectively.
Equipped with a weather-resistant (IP66) housing, the models meet a wide variety of needs for outdoor
surveillance. The speed dome cameras support AHD, TVI, CVI and CVBS video formats, which are
switchable via shortcut commends (please refer to Appendix A Shortcut Commands).
EPA6220 / EPA6236 provides variable pan / tilt speeds for fast and accurate monitoring. A maximum of 220
preset points can be configured for precise location of target areas. Features like A-B scan, 4 patterns, 8
tours are all provided. The speed dome cameras also feature IR-Cut Filter, which can be removed or
attached manually or automatically switched based on the detected light levels. A built-in fan and heater
are also equipped in the speed dome camera.
1.1 Features
AHD 1080p Sony CMOS sensor
20x optical zoom lens (for EPA6220) / 36x optical zoom lens (for EPA6236)
Supports UTC & RS-485 communication
True Day and Night (IR-cut filter removable)
Supports D-WDR
Supports 220 preset positions
Supports 8 tours (16 positions each tour)
IP66-rated with metal housing
Supports OSD menu
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1.2 Dimensions
177mm / 6.97"
155mm / 6.1"
350mm / 13.8"
122mm / 4.8"
227mm / 8.94"
100mm / 3.9"
215mm / 8.46"
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1.3 Packing List
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Speed Dome Camera x 1
Wall Mount Bracket x 1
Power Supply (12VDC, 4A) x 1
Screw Kit x 1
Quick Installation Guide x 1
Note:
1. Equipment configurations and supplied accessories vary by country. Please consult your local
EverFocus office or agents for more information. Please also keep the shipping carton for possible
future use.
2. Contact the shipper if any items appear to have been damaged in the shipping process.
1.4 Optional Accessories
•
Pole Mount Bracket
•
Corner Mount Bracket
•
Pendant Mount Bracket
•
EKB700 Keyboard (RS-485)
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2. Installation
2.1 Wall Mounting
You can use the supplied Wall Mount Bracket to install the speed dome camera to the concrete wall.
Note that the wall should be withstood at least 4 times the weight of the speed dome camera.
Wall Mount Bracket
1. Mark the 4 screw holes on the wall based on the Wall Mount Bracket and then drill 4 screw-depth
holes on the wall.
2. Run the cables through the Wall Mount Bracket and then screw the Wall Mount Bracket to the wall
with M8 screws.
3. Screw the speed dome camera to the Wall Mount Bracket.
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2.2 Corner Mounting
You can purchase the Corner Mount Bracket (please refer to 1.4 Optional Accessories) to install the speed
dome camera to the concrete corner wall with 90°angle. Note that the wall should be withstood at least 4
times the weight of the speed dome camera.
Corner Mount Bracket
1. Mark the screw holes on the wall based on the Corner Mount Bracket, drill the screw-depth holes
and then screw the Corner Mount Bracket to the wall with M8 screws and screw nuts.
2. Run the cables through the Wall Mount Bracket and Corner Mount Bracket, and then screw the Wall
Mount Bracket to the Corner Mount Bracket.
3. Screw the speed dome camera to the Wall Mount Bracket.
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2.3 Pole Mounting
You can purchase the Pole Mount Bracket (please refer to 1.4 Optional Accessories) to install the speed
dome camera to a pole structure with diameter between 130-152mm (max. 6 inches). Note that the pole
structure should be withstood at least 4 times the weight of the speed dome camera.
Pole Mount Bracket
1. Fix the Pole Mount Bracket to the pole structure using the Stainless Hose Clamps (φ130-152mm).
2. Run the cables through the Wall Mount Bracket and Pole Mount Bracket, and then screw the Wall
Mount Bracket to the Pole Mount Bracket.
3. Screw the speed dome camera to the Wall Mount Bracket.
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2.4 Ceiling Mounting
You can purchase the Ceiling Mount Bracket (please refer to 1.4 Optional Accessories) to install the speed
dome camera to the ceiling. Note that the ceiling should be withstood at least 4 times the weight of the
speed dome camera.
Ceiling Mount Bracket
1. Unscrew the M4 screws to remove the Bracket Base from the Ceiling Mount Bracket. Mark the
screw holes on the ceiling based on the Bracket Base, drill the screw-depth holes and then screw the
Bracket Base to the ceiling with M6 screws. You can optionally apply the silica gel to the faying
surface between the Bracket Base and ceiling for water proofing.
2. Run the cables through the Ceiling Mount Bracket, and then screw the Ceiling Mount Bracket to the
Bracket Base. You can optionally apply the silica gel to the joint sleeve for water proofing.
3. Screw the speed dome camera to the Ceiling Mount Bracket.
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2.5 Cable Connection
2.5.1 Coaxial and RS-485 Cables
The speed dome cameras support UTC function and RS-485 communication. You can control the speed
dome cameras either through UTC (over coaxial cable) or RS-485 (RS-485 wires).
2.5.2 Power Cable
The speed dome cameras support dual power, 12VDC/4A.
In general, the power cable has resistance, there are internal losses when transmitting the voltage, the
longer of the cable used, the smaller the wire diameter, the worse loss will suffer. In order to avoid losses
of cable causing low voltage and keep the dome work properly, when processing wiring please refer to
the requirement below:
Cable Diameter
0.5mm²(20#)
1.0mm²(18#)
1.5mm²(16#)
2.5mm²(14#)
Dome Distance
11m(37ft)
18m(60ft)
29m(95ft)
46m(152ft)
For example, if a dome is 35 meters away from the power supply , power cable used must be more than
2.5mm², otherwise, the dome may suffer insufficient power supply and could not work properly.
Remark: The dome with 12VDC should be less than 3 meters away from power supply.
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3. OSD Menu Tree
No. Main Menu
1
System
1st Layer
MFG
Protocol
Dome ID
Comm
Temperature
Version
Exit
Comm
IR Display
Guard Tours
2
Dome
A-B Scan
PAN Scan
Pattern
Park Action
2nd Layer
3rd Layer
Device ID
Check ID
Target ID
Soft Protocol
Baud Rate
Comm Reset
Save
Exit
Working Mode
Testing Time
Output Power
Illumination On
Ambient Light
IR Switch Zoom
Exit
Guard Tour
Setting
Init
Running
Delete
Exit
Preset A
Preset B
Scan Speed
Dwell Time
Running
Delete
Exit
PAN Scan Speed
Init
Running
Exit
Pattern No
Setting
Running
Delete
Exit
Park Mode
Park Time
Setting
Call
8
1-250
Auto
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600
Auto, Off, On
2-15 sec.
40%, 60%, 80%, 100%
1-15
0-50
1-10
1-8
ID (1-16), Point, Time, Speed
0-64
0-64
1-64
2-60 sec.
1-64
1-4
Off, AB Scan, 360, Home, Tour1, Pattern1
1-60 min.
EPA6220 / EPA6236
Privacy Zone
Delete
Exit
N/A
PWR On Act
Advanced
3
Camera
4
Display
5
Language
Cam
Zoom Speed
Digital Zoom
Focus
Iris
BLC
Freeze
Exit
P and T
Zoom
Action
Dome ID
Comm
Time
Exit
Language
Exit
Time Setting
6
Timing Task
7
Alarm
8
Reset
9
Exit
Timing Task
Exit
Alarm
Patrol Time
Alarm Linkage
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Alarm 4
Release Time
Exit
Dome Restart
Sys Data
Cam Data
Preset
Exit
Action (memory), Off, AB Scan, 360, Home,
Tour1, Pattern1
On, Off
On, Off
N/A
Ratio Speed
Auto Flip
Others
Exit
Auto, CNB, LG, Samsung, Hitachi, Yoko, XF, WX, Sony
Quick, Slow
On, Off (Note: Digital Zoom is not functional)
Auto, Manual
Auto, Manual
On, Off
On, Off
On, Off
On, Off
On, Off
On, Off
On, Off
On, Off
English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Polish, German, Italian
Time-Year
Time-Month
Time-Date
Time-Hour
Time-Min
Time-Sec
Save
Exit
Off, AB Scan, 360, Tour1, Tour2, Tour3, Tour4, Pattern1, Pattern2,
On, Off
2-60 sec.
On, Off
1-64
1-64
1-64
1-64
Off, 2-60 sec.
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4. OSD Menu
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
4.1 System
SYSTEM
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
MFG
PROTOCOL
DOME ID
COMM
TEMPERATURE
VERSION
EXIT
AUTO
001
9600-N-8-1
33
A123456
MFG: Max 15 characters displayed on the screen.
PROTOCOL: Displays the protocol of the dome. To configure the value, go to DOME > COMM.
DOME ID: Displays the dome address. To configure the value, go to DOME > COMM.
COMM: Displays the baud rate, check bit, data bit, start bit. To configure the value, go to DOME > COMM.
TEMPERATURE: Displays the temperature of the dome.
VERSION: Displays the version of the dome.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
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4.2 Dome
4.2.1 COMM
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
COMM
DOME
MAIN MENU
160303
160298
DEVICE ID
CHECK ID
< COMM >
< IR DISPLAY >
< GUARD TOURS >
< A-B SCAN >
< PAN SCAN >
< PATTERN >
< PARK ACTION >
< PRIVACY ZONE >
< ADVANCED >
TARGET ID
SOFT PROTOCOL
BAUD RATE
COMM RESET
SAVE
EXIT
003
AUTO
9600
DEVICE ID: The device ID is auto generated by the system.
CHECK ID: To change the TARGET ID, please input the CHECK ID exactly same as the DEVICE ID displays on
the screen.
TARGET ID: Target ID is available from 001 to 250, which can be used to distinguish several domes with
the same ID.
SOFT PROTOCOL: Select a protocol for the dome.
BAUD RATE: Select a baud rate for the dome. Options include 1200BPS, 2400BPS, 4800BPS and 9600BPS.
COMM RESET: Enter to restore the COMM settings to factory default and then automatically restart the
dome.
SAVE: Enter to save all the configurations. The dome will reboot.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
4.2.2 IR DISPLAY
DOME
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
< COMM >
< IR DISPLAY >
< GUARD TOURS >
< A-B SCAN >
< PAN SCAN >
< PATTERN >
< PARK ACTION >
< PRIVACY ZONE >
< ADVANCED >
IR DISPLAY
WORKING MODE
TESTING TIME
OUTPUT POWER
ILLUMINATION ON
AMBIENT LIGHT
IR SWITCH ZOOM
EXIT
AUTO
08S
100
03
17
07
WORKING MODE: Select an IR working mode for Day/Night switch. Options include Auto, Off (color) and
On (black & white). If Auto is selected, the dome will automatically switch from day to night mode when
the illumination level is low; or automatically switch from night to day mode when the illumination level
is high.
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TESTING TIME: If Auto is selected from the IR working mode, you can set up a switch time (switch from
day to night or night to day) to activate the switch action.
OUTPUT POWER: Select an output power. Options include 40%, 60%, 80% and 100%.
ILLUMINATION ON: Illumination on is 1 to15 grade selectable and default is 3. If Auto IR working mode is
selected, when the Illumination On level is lower than the ambient light, the picture will change to color,
the IR illumination will turn off automatically. When the Illumination On level is higher than the ambient
light, the picture will change to black and white, the IR illumination will turn on automatically.
AMBIENT LIGHT: Ambient light is a system data. User cannot change it manually. The Ambient Light
changes according to the environment all the time. The data will refresh every time when user enter the
OSD.
IR SWITCH ZOOM: When zoom value reaches the demanded setting, the IR LEDs with auto switch from
near illumination to far illumination.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
4.2.3 GUARD TOUR
MAIN MENU
DOME
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
GUARD TOURS
< COMM >
< IR DISPLAY >
< GUARD TOURS >
< A-B SCAN >
< PAN SCAN >
< PATTERN >
< PARK ACTION >
< PRIVACY ZONE >
< ADVANCED >
GUARD TOUR
SETTING
INIT
RUNNING
DELETE
EXIT
01
GUARD TOUR: Select a number to start setting the Tour function. Up to 8 tours can be set up.
SETTING: You can set-up up to 16 presets to each guard tour. Preset point is from 0-64 (0 is invalid). Dwell
time is from 1 to 60s. Speed value is from 1 to 64.
GUARD TOUR
GUARD TOURS
GUARD TOUR
SETTING
INIT
RUNNING
DELETE
EXIT
01
ID
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
POINT
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
01
TIME
06
06
06
06
06
06
06
06
SPEED
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
INIT: Enter to initialize the preset point, dwell time and speed to default value.
RUNNING: Enter to activate this tour function.
DELETE: Enter to delete the setting of this tour. The preset points will display as 0.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
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4.2.4 A-B SCAN
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
DOME
< COMM >
< IR DISPLAY >
< GUARD TOURS >
< A-B SCAN >
< PAN SCAN >
< PATTERN >
< PARK ACTION >
< PRIVACY ZONE >
< ADVANCED >
A-B SCAN
PRESET A
PRESET B
SCAN SPEED
DWELL TIME
RUNNING
DELETE
EXIT
03
06s
PRESET A: Set up A point from preset 0 to 64. To save the position, activate preset 1.
PRESET B: Set up B point from preset 0 to 64. To save the position, activate preset 1.
SCAN SPEED: A-B scan speed can be set up from 1 to 64.
DWELL TIME: Dwell time can be set up from 2s to 60s.
RUNNING: Enter to activate the A-B scan function.
DELETE: Enter to delete the setting of A-B scan. The preset points will display as 0.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
4.2.5 PAN SCAN
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
DOME
< COMM >
< IR DISPLAY >
< GUARD TOURS >
< A-B SCAN >
< PAN SCAN >
< PATTERN >
< PARK ACTION >
< PRIVACY ZONE >
< ADVANCED >
PAN SCAN
PAN SCAN SPEED
INIT
RUNNING
EXIT
03
PAN SCAN SPEED: Set up the PAN scan speed from 1 to 64. PAN Scan supports 360°clockwise continuous
scan.
INIT: Enter to initialize the PAN Scan speed to default value.
RUNNING: Enter to activate the PAN scan function.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
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4.2.6 PATTERN
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
DOME
< COMM >
< IR DISPLAY >
< GUARD TOURS >
< A-B SCAN >
< PAN SCAN >
< PATTERN >
< PARK ACTION >
< PRIVACY ZONE >
< ADVANCED >
PATTERN
PATTERN NO
SETTING
RUNNING
DELETE
EXIT
01
PATTERN NO: Select a number to start setting the Pattern function. Up to 4 patterns can be set up.
SETTING: Enter to set up the pattern function.
RUNNING: Enter to activate the pattern function.
DELETE: Enter to delete the setting of this pattern.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
4.2.7 PARK ACTION
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
DOME
< COMM >
< IR DISPLAY >
< GUARD TOURS >
< A-B SCAN >
< PAN SCAN >
< PATTERN >
< PARK ACTION >
< PRIVACY ZONE >
< ADVANCED >
PARK ACTION
PARK MODE
PARK TIME
SETTING
CALL
DELETE
EXIT
PARK MODE: Select a park mode. Options include Off, A-B Scan, 360, Home, Tour1 and Pattern1.
PARK TIME: Select a park time from 1~60 mins.
SETTING: Move to the desired position and save the settings.
CALL: Enter to activate the park function.
DELETE: Delete the settings.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
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4.2.8 PRIVACY ZONE
This speed dome camera does not support the Privacy Zone function.
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
DOME
< COMM >
< IR DISPLAY >
< GUARD TOURS >
< A-B SCAN >
< PAN SCAN >
< PATTERN >
< PARK ACTION >
< PRIVACY ZONE >
< ADVANCED >
PRIVACY ZONE
MASK NO.
MASK
SETTING
EXIT
01
OFF
4.2.9 ADVANCED
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
DOME
< COMM >
< IR DISPLAY >
< GUARD TOURS >
< A-B SCAN >
< PAN SCAN >
< PATTERN >
< PARK ACTION >
< PRIVACY ZONE >
< ADVANCED >
ADVANCED
PWR ON ACT
RATIO SPEED
AUTO FLIP
OTHERS
EXIT
ACTION
ON
ON
PWR ON ACTION: Power on action can be set as Action (memory), Off, A-B Scan, 360, Home, Tour1 and
Pattern1. When power-on the dome, the dome will activate the selected action.
RATIO SPEED: Ratio speed can be set up as ON or OFF. Intelligent pan and tilt speed is variable based on
the zoom factor. When zooming in, the speed will become slower and when zooming out, the speed will
become faster.
AUTO FLIP: Auto flip can be set up as ON or OFF status.
OTHERS: This speed dome camera does not support this function.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
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4.3 Camera
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
CAMERA
CAM
ZOOM SPEED
DIGITAL ZOOM
FOCUS
IRIS
BLC
FREEZE
EXIT
AUTO
QUICK
OFF
AUTO
AUTO
OFF
OFF
CAM: Optionally select a brand of the speed dome camera to be displayed.
ZOOM SPEED: Select a zoom speed for the speed dome camera.
DIGITAL ZOOM: This function is not functional.
FOCUS: Select Auto or Manual for the focus mode.
IRIS: Select Auto or Manual for the IRIS. Auto IRIS is recommended.
BLC: Turn on or turn off the BLC function.
FREEZE: Turn on or turn off the Video Freeze function.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
4.4 Display
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
DISPLAY
P AND T
ZOOM
ACTION
DOME ID
COMM
TIME
EXIT
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
P AND T: Turn on or off to display the pan and tilt degree on the screen.
ZOOM: Turn on or off to display the zoom information.
ACTION: Turn on or off to display the current action, such as A-B Scan, Call Preset, Save preset, Call Park
Action, Pan Scan and etc.
DOME ID: Turn on or off to display the dome ID on the top-left corner of the screen.
COMM: Turn on or off to display the communication speed on the top-left corner of the screen.
TIME: Turn on or off to display the system time on the screen.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
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4.5 Language
You can select a language for the dome.
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
EXIT
ENGLISH
4.6 Timing Task
4.6.1 TIME SETTING
You can set up the system date and time in this menu.
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
TIME SETTING
TIMING TASK
MAIN MENU
2019
01
21
13
15
46
TIME-YEAR
TIME-MONTH
TIME-DATE
TIME-HOUR
TIME-MIN
TIME-SEC
SAVE
EXIT
TIME SETTING
TIMING TASK
EXIT
4.6.2 TIME TASK
You can set up time task in this menu. Up to 6 time schedules can be set up for functions including A-B Scan, 360
Pan, Tour1, Tour2, Tour3, Tour4, Pattern1, Pattern2, Pattern3 and Pattern4.
TIMING TASK
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
TIME SETTING
TIMING TASK
EXIT
TIME SETTING
START
END
00 00 – 00 00
00 00 – 00 00
00 00 – 00 00
00 00 – 00 00
00 00 – 00 00
00 00 – 00 00
EXIT
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OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
EPA6220 / EPA6236
4.7 Alarm
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
ALARM
ALARM
PATROL TIME
ALARM LINKAGE
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
ALARM 3
ALARM 4
RELEASE TIME
EXIT
OFF
06S
OFF
01
02
03
04
OFF
ALARM: Turn on or off the Alarm function.
PATROL TIME: Patrol time can be set up from 2~60s.
ALARM LINKAGE: Turn on or off the Alarm Linkage function. If On is selected, you can further set up an
alarm linkage preset point in the below field.
ALARM 1: To run alarm 1, presets 1-64 are available.
ALARM 2: To run alarm 2, presets 1-64 are available.
ALARM 3: To run alarm 3, presets 1-64 are available.
ALARM 4: To run alarm 4, presets 1-64 are available.
RELEASE TIME: You can set up the alarming release time from 2-60s; or select Off to turn off the release
time.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
4.8 Reset
MAIN MENU
< SYSTEM >
< DOME >
< CAMERA >
< DISPLAY >
< LANGUAGE >
< TIMING TASK >
< ALARM >
< RESET >
EXIT
RESET
DOME RESTART
SYS DATA
CAM DATA
PRESET
EXIT
DOME RESTART: Enter to restart the speed dome camera.
SYS DATA: Enter to restore the system data to factory default.
CAM DATA: Enter to restore the dome data to factory default.
PRESET: Enter to delete the setup preset points.
EXIT: Exit the current menu.
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5. Specifications
Product Model
EPA6220
EPA6236
Pickup Device
Sony CMOS sensor
Output Pixels (H x V)
Lens
1920 x 1080 (30 / 25 FPS)
20x optical zoom, 4.7~94mm
36x optical zoom, 4.6~165mm
Video Format
AHD / TVI / CVI / CVBS switchable
System Format
NTSC / PAL switchable
Min. Illumination
Color: 0.01Lux ; B/W: 0.001Lux
S/N Ratio
Zoom Ratio
≥50dB
Max. 20x (optical)
True Day / Night
Max. 36x (optical)
Supported
BLC
On / Off
WDR
D-WDR (auto)
AGC
Auto
WB
Auto
Motion Detection
Not supported
Defog
Not supported
Privacy Mask
Not supported
Alarm
Not supported
Focus Control
Auto / Manual
OSD Menu
Supported
Video Output
1Vp-p, 75Ω
IR LED
8 units
IR Range
150m / 492ft.
Auto Flip
Horizontal 180°, Vertical 93°
Preset Points
220 preset points (dwell time 01-60s)
A-B Scan
User programmable (scan speed 1-64)
Tour
8 tours (max.16 preset points each tour)
PWR on Action
Action (Memory), Off, AB Scan, 360, Home, Tour1, Pattern1
Park Mode
Off, AB Scan, 360, Home, Tour1, Pattern1 (park time 1-60m)
Pattern Scan
4 patterns (max.15 minutes, max.512 commands)
Time Scheduling
6 tasks (AB Scan, 360 Pan, Tour 1-4, Pattern 1-4)
Rotation Range
Pan: 0°~360°, Tilt: 0°~93°
Rotation Speed
Pan: 0~480°/s, Tilt:0~240°/s
Communication
RS-485, Coaxial
Communication Speed
1200 / 2400 / 4800 / 9600bps
Built-in Protocols
Pelco-P / Pelco-D (auto)
Address Editable
Supported (OSD switch)
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ID Address
0 ~ 255
Power Source
12VDC, 4A
Power Consumption
≤ 25W
Weather Resistance
IP66
Operating Temperature
-40°C ~ 60°C ≤ 95% / -40°F ~ 140°F ≤ 95%
Package Size (W x D x H)
310 x 310 x 440mm / 12.2” x 12.2” x 17.32”
Weight
12VDC: 6.1kg / 13.45lb
Certificates
CE, FCC
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Appendix
A.
Shortcut Commands
The speed dome camera supports AHD, TVI, CVI and CVBS video formats, which are switchable via shortcut
commends. The shortcut commends are only compliant with Pelco-D and its extended protocol. Users can
use the shortcut commend to enable the functions described as below:
Preset No.
81(41)
82(42)
83
84
85
92
94
95
96
Function
Auto day/night
Switch to night
Switch to day
Force on far light
Force on near light
A-B Scan
OSD off
OSD on
Call tour 3
Preset No.
97
98(38)
99(39)
Twice 137
Twice 138
Twice 139
Twice 140
Twice 115
Twice 116
Function
Call tour 2
Call tour 1
Pan scan
Switch to AHD
Switch to TVI
Switch to CVI
Switch to CVBS
Switch to NTSC
Switch to PAL
Note: If there is no video or the video is displaying black and white, please check whether the video signal
output (NTSC / PAL) is compliant with the system format of your region.
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B.
Troubleshooting
Issue
Possible Reason
Solution
Cable harness is improperly
connected
Verify that the orientation of the connector
input
After power is
applied, there is no
motion (self-test) and Input power voltage is too low
no video image
Power supply is not working
Self-test is normal,
but cannot control
dome
Noise after
self-testing
Image is not stable
Image is blurring
Control to the dome
is not smooth
Verify the voltage of the input power
Change a new power supply
Wrong communication settings
Set the correct protocol, baud rate and
address of dome
Improper connection of control
cable (polarity)
Verify the polarity of the RS485 connection as
per the instruction manual
Mechanical obstruction
Camera module is not installed
correctly
Low power
Verify and correct it
Low power
Check the power supply or make sure the
power input
Video cable is improperly
contacted
Verify the contact of the video cable
Check the module installation
Change the correct power supply
Camera is on manual focus
The lens is dusted
Power is too low
Change to auto focus
Clean the lens
Change the DC 12V Power supply
sure the distance is in the allowed
Communication distance is too far Make
range
RS485 cable is not properly
connected
Make sure the RS485 is properly connected
Too many domes connected
Make sure the quantity of the connected
domes are allowed
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