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Everfocus EPTZ9300 Owner Manual
EPTZ9200/9300 Series Speed Dome
AHD 1080p Outdoor/Indoor PTZ
with True Day/Night and WDR (20x / 30x Optical Zoom)
User’s Manual
Copyright © EverFocus Electronics Corp.
Release Date: January, 2016
Copyright  1995 - 2016 EverFocus Electronics Corp.
All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form
or by any means without written permission of the EverFocus Electronics Corporation.
EverFocus
12F, No.79, Sec. 1, Shin-Tai Wu Road,
Hsi-Chih, New Taipei City, Taiwan
TEL: +886 2 2698 2334
FAX: +886 2 2698 3943
www.everfocus.com.tw
January, 2016
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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.
EverFocus Electronics Corp.
12F, No. 79, Sec. 1, Shin-Tai Wu Rd., Hsi-Chi,
New Taipei City, Taiwan
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 -30°C ~ +50°C ≦ 95% / -22°F ~ +122°F ≦ 95%
and the indoor camera at temperatures within -10°C ~ +50°C ≦ 85% / 14°F ~ +122°F ≦ 85%; this
device is not rated as submersible. The input power source is 24 VAC~. 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
2.
Features ............................................................................................................................................ 2
3.
Installation ....................................................................................................................................... 2
3.1 Packing List ............................................................................................................................... 2
3.2 Optional Accessories ................................................................................................................ 3
3.3 Cable Descriptions .................................................................................................................... 4
3.4 I/O Terminal Block .................................................................................................................... 5
3.5 Basic Installation for Outdoor Models ..................................................................................... 6
3.5.1 Installation Requirements ............................................................................................ 6
3.5.2 Important Note for Installation.................................................................................... 7
3.5.2.1 Replacing the Desiccant Bags ........................................................................ 7
3.5.3 Initial Setup .................................................................................................................. 8
3.5.4 Wall-Mount Installation ............................................................................................. 12
3.5.5 Ceiling Mount Installation .......................................................................................... 15
3.5.6 EKB500 Connection .................................................................................................... 19
3.5.7 eZ. Controller Function Description ........................................................................... 21
4.
Configuration In The Osd Menu .............................................................................................. 24
4.1 Video Settings......................................................................................................................... 24
4.2 Positions ................................................................................................................................. 30
4.3 OSD/Areas .............................................................................................................................. 32
4.4 Auto Modes ............................................................................................................................ 36
4.5 Alarm ...................................................................................................................................... 42
4.6 Private Zones .......................................................................................................................... 45
4.7 System .................................................................................................................................... 47
4.8 Info ......................................................................................................................................... 48
4.9 Exit .......................................................................................................................................... 49
5.
Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 50
Appendix.................................................................................................................................................. 52
A.Setting-up and Operating EPTZ Camera Function Using EKB500 .................................................. 52
Manual Control Mode....................................................................................................................... 52
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EPTZ9200/9300 Series
1. Introduction
The EPTZ9200/9300 Series is a high-performance speed dome with a built-in 20x / 30x optical zoom lens,
supporting up to AHD 1080p. The series comes in two types: outdoor (EPTZ9200/9300) and indoor
(EPTZ9200i/9300i). Equipped with a weather-resistant (IP66) housing, the outdoor models meet a wide
variety of needs for outdoor surveillance.
EverFocus speed dome provides variable pan / tilt speeds ranging from 360° per second to 0.01° per
second with 0.1° position accuracy for fast and accurate monitoring. A maximum of 192 preset points can
be configured for precise location of target areas. Features like 360° endless rotation, total 180° tilt angle
(Auto Flip), 16 tour sequences, 4 patterns are all provided. The speed dome also features IR Cut Filter,
which can be removed or attached manually or automatically switched based on the detected light levels.
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Outdoor
(EPTZ9200/9300)
Indoor
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EPTZ9200/9300 Series
2. Features
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Built-in 20x (EPTZ9200 Series) / 30x (EPTZ9300 Series) AHD Optical Zoom Lens
True Day / Night function (IR Cut Filter Removable)
Slow Shutter
Built-in Dynamic Noise Reduction (DNR)
Privacy Zone Masking (Optional)
Auto Detection of Protocols
192 preset positions are available
16 cruise tours can be set, and each tour contains up to 16 positions
4 Alarm Inputs & 2 Alarm Outputs
Running to position speed, 0.01°/s to 360°/s
RS-485 Communication
IP 66 (for EPTZ9200/9300)
eZ Controller function: Control camera OSD settings and PTZ operation directly from DVR end
(Please refer to 3.5.7 eZ. Controller Function Description).
Note: To tilt 180°, the camera will tilt 90° first, and then the camera will auto flip by 180 degrees,
after that, go down to 180° (See image below).
90°
180°
90°
3. Installation
3.1 Packing List
There are 3 boxes that are camera main body with a camera module, top housing with a base board &
pin connector and outer housing with bubble, plus one tool packet in the package. The detail accessories
are listed below:
Standard
1. Camera Main Body x 1
2. Top Housing x1
3. Outer Housing with Bubble x1
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4.
Tool Packet
 Hexagon Wrench x1
 Glove x 1 Pair
 RS-485 Terminal Block
 Desiccant Packs x 3
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.
3.2
Optional Accessories
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EPTZ- PBOX (External power connection box)
& adaptor
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Wall mount bracket
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Pole mount adapter
(Used for installing a wall-mount bracket to a
pole, indoors or outdoors.)
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Corner mount adapter
(Used for fixing a wall-mount bracket to a
90° wall corner, indoors or outdoors.)
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Indoor ceiling pendant mount bracket &
adaptor (Used for installing a speed dome
against a ceiling.)
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Indoor concrete ceiling mount adapter
(Used for attaching a speed dome to a
concrete ceiling.)
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Outdoor sunshield
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Indoor in-ceiling mount bracket
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EKB500 (RS-485 Keyboard)
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EKB200 (USB controller keyboard)
3.3
Cable Descriptions
Yellow RS485+
Orange RS485VIDEO
24VAC~
(POWER)
Power Cable
An adapter with 24 VAC~ / 3A output provides the power to the EPTZ9200/9300 Series camera. An
extension power line may be needed.
Note: Different regions may use different ranges for AC voltage. Be sure to check the voltage range in
your area before installing.
Video Cable
A BNC cable is used for connecting an EPTZ9200/9300 Series to a DVR or a monitor. An amplifier may
be needed depending on the distance.
RS-485 Cable
The yellow wire carries RS-485+, and the orange wire carries RS-485-. Connect these wires to the
EKB500 or other control device in order to control the PTZ camera.
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3.4
I/O Terminal Block
The base board that is inside the top housing connects to power cable, video cable, control cable,
alarm cable and fan. The housing must be removed in order to properly connect the cables. The
connectors of cable names are marked on the board in white text.
There are 4 alarm inputs and 2 alarm outputs available, represented by Pin 1~12. Pin 13 and 14 are
video pins for connecting to video cable. Pin15~16 are RS-485 pin for connecting to keyboard. Pin 17
and 18 are power pin for connecting to 24 VAC~ power.
1-12 Alarm
13-14 15-16 17-18
Video RS485 24VAC~
EPTZ9200/9300 Series Base Board
Pin
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9
Function
ALM_NO_B (Alarm Output Normal Open B)
ALM_COM_B (Alarm Output Common B)
ALM_NC_B (Alarm Output Normal Close B)
ALM_NO_A (Alarm Output Normal Open A)
ALM_COM_A (Alarm Output Common A)
ALM_NC_A (Alarm Output Normal Close A)
ALMIN1 (Alarm Input 1)
GND (Ground)
ALMIN2 (Alarm Input 2)
5
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ALMIN3 (Alarm Input 3)
GND (Ground)
ALMIN4 (Alarm Input 4)
VIDEO+
VIDEORS-485RS-485+
AC24A+
AC24B-
EPTZ9200/9300 Series
3.5
Basic Installation for Outdoor Models
There are two ways to install EPTZ Series Speed Dome: Wall Mount and Ceiling Mount.
3.5.1 Installation Requirements
The installation should be handled by a qualified service agent and should be complied with all
local regulations. Service personnel should check potential problem such as surfaces strength,
surface materials, falling objects, outer breaches, building vibration and other similar
conditions.
 Check for all necessary materials, and ensure that the selected installation location is suitable
for the camera.
 Installations on a wall, pole, or ceiling must be able to support at least five times the weight of
the full camera assembly.
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Bracket
Bracket base
Top housing
Main body
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3.5.2 Important Note for Installation
Before installing, replace the 3 desiccant bags inside the top housing. The desiccant bag loses its
effectiveness after you open the camera. To keep the camera’s interior dry, it is highly
recommended to replace the desiccant bags every time when you open the camera.
3.5.2.1
Replacing the Desiccant Bags
1.
On the Top Housing, slightly press the black plastic socket backward and lift up the base
board.
2.
3.
Remove the desiccant bags from the top housing.
Stick the supplied 3 new desiccant bags inside the top housing.
Note: Ensure Not to place the desiccant bags under the position of the fan.
4.
Insert the base board into the black plastic socket. The base board should click firmly into
position. Make sure the pin connector on the base board is lined up with the pin connector
on the main body when you press the two together.
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3.5.3 Initial Setup
To allow the control device, such as a keyboard, to recognize and then control multiple cameras,
you need to set up the ID address for the cameras using the DIP switch on the Camera Main Body.
You can also set up the Protocol, Baud Rate and Video Output Format for the cameras.
Note: Please ensure to turn off the power when setting up the DIP Switch. The new values will
only take effect after restarting the camera.
Camera Main Body
DIP Switch
ID Address
The ID address of the camera should be set to correspond properly with the control device, such
as a keyboard. The eight switches on the right correspond with the binary code of the ID address,
allowing up to 256 ID addresses (0 ~ 255) to be set up. Please refer to the sticker on the camera
main body or the following diagram for setting up the ID address. The default ID address is 1.
DIP Switch
Sticker on the Camera Main Body
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Protocol
The first, second and the third switches on the left are used to set the communication protocol.
Please refer to the sticker on the camera main body for setting up the protocol. The supported
protocols are listed on the sticker. The default protocol is EVF.
DIP Switch
Sticker on the Camera Main Body
Note: If you switch the three protocol switches to ON, the camera will enter a self-test mode.
Baud Rate
The fourth and fifth switches on the left are used to set the baud rate (transmission speed).
Please refer to the sticker on the camera main body for setting up the baud rate. The default
baud rate is 9600.
DIP Switch
Sticker on the Camera Main Body
Video Output Format
The sixth and seventh switches on the left are used to set the video output format. Please refer
to the sticker on the camera main body for setting up the video output format. The default video
output format is by OSD (OFF/OFF).
DIP Switch
Sticker on the Camera Main Body
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3.5.4 Wall-Mount Installation
1. Drill 4 screw-depth holes for mounting the bracket base plate and then drill a through-wall hole
for inserting the camera cables. You can optionally drill a second through-wall hole to separate
cable feeding (see Step 3).
2. Attach the waterproof silicon pad to the bracket base plate for waterproofing.
Bracket base plate
Waterproof
silicon pad
3. Feed the camera’s cables through the conduit in the wall mount bracket.
Wall Mount Bracket
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4. Connect the RS-485, video and power cables through the top hole of the base board. If
necessary, connect the alarm cable as well using the bottom hole.
5. Screw the bracket base to the wall using the 4 screws.
6. Screw the wall mount bracket to the bracket base using the 4 long screws.
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7. Put on the supplied gloves before pushing upward the main body into the top housing. Draw
out the provided rope from the housing and hook it on the rope attachment hook of the main
body.
8. Make sure the red triangle
on the inside of the top housing lines up with the red triangle on
the outside of the main body. Push the main body upward into the top housing until the orange
catches on both sides click into position.
Top Housing
Main Body
Note:
1. To release the main body, press the two orange release buttons on both sides. Make sure
you are holding the main body firmly, otherwise it will fall down.
2. To protect the glass dome from getting dirty and scraped up, please put on the supplied
gloves before installing.
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9. Screw the housing cover to the top housing slowly by twisting it clockwise.
Note: When you turn on the power, the camera will enter self-inspection mode and run a
self-testing program. Once this is complete, you will be able to operate it via EKB500 or other
control device.
3.5.5 Ceiling Mount Installation
It is required to use the optional In-ceiling Mount Bracket (Recessed Mount Bracket) and Surface
Ring to attach the camera to the ceiling for supporting the camera’s weight. Make sure the ceiling is
strong enough to easily support the weight of the bracket and the camera.
1. Replace the desiccant bags inside the top housing. See 3.5.2.1 Replacing the Desiccant Bags.
2. Cut a hole on the ceiling using the supplied template.
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3. Slightly turn the surface ring and remove it from the in-ceiling mount bracket.
4. Place and then screw the camera’s top housing on the top disk of the in-ceiling mount bracket
by using the 3 short screws.
Top Disk
5. Use a cable or other mechanism to hang the in-ceiling mount bracket on the ceiling.
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6. Screw the 3 rotation clips of the in-ceiling mount bracket on the ceiling using a screwdriver.
7. Put on the supplied gloves before pushing upward the main body into the top housing. Draw
out the provided rope from the housing and hook it on the rope attachment hook of the main
body.
8. Make sure the red triangle
on the inside of the top housing lines up with the red triangle on
the outside of the main body. Push the main body upward into the top housing until the orange
catches on both sides click into position.
Top Housing
Main Body
Note:
1. To release the main body, press the two orange release buttons on both sides. Make sure
you are holding the main body firmly, otherwise it will fall down.
2. To protect the glass dome from getting dirty and scraped up, please put on the supplied
gloves before installing.
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9. Screw the housing cover to the top housing slowly by twisting it clockwise.
10. Slide the surface ring to the fillister and slightly turn it until it is firmly fixed.
Note: When you turn on the power, the camera will enter self-inspection mode and run a
self-testing program. Once this is complete, you will be able to operate it via EKB500 or other
control device.
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3.5.6 EKB500 Connection
You can use EKB500 Keyboard to control the EPTZ cameras including the OSD menu setup or PTZ
control. Follow the steps below to connect the EKB500 Keyboard to the EPTZ camera.
1.
Connect EPTZ camera to EKB500 either using the RS-485 wire or through the connector box.
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Through the Connector Box
EKB500
RJ-45 Cable
White
Blue
Black
Orange ( RS-485 - )
( RS-485 + ) Yellow
Black
Red
Green
Connector Box
RS-485 RS-485 +
EPTZ Series 1
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Using the RS-485 wire
EKB500 RS-485 PORTS:
PIN3: RS-485+
PIN6: RS-485-
2.
3.
Connect a monitor to the video cable of the EPTZ camera.
Connect the power to EKB500 (12 VDC), and the power to EPTZ camera (24 VAC~).
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After complete the above connection, you can start operating EPTZ camera with EKB500 Keyboard:
UP
IRIS
+
Focus
F.
Zoom
In
-
N.
Out
Zoom OUT
Zoom IN
LEFT
RIGHT
DOWN
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Move the Joystick up / down / left / right to shift the camera view in that direction.
Twist the top of the Joystick to zoom in / out.
Press the Zoom In / Out, Focus F. / N. or IRIS + / - to manually operate these functions.
To enter the OSD menu of the EPTZ camera, press both of the Menu and CAM keys at the
same time.
For details on setting up the EPTZ functions using the EKB500 Keyboard, please refer to A. Setting-up
and Operating EPTZ Camera Function Using EKB500 in Appendix.
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3.5.7 eZ. Controller Function Description
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eZ.Controller: Easily control PTZ camera from EverFocus’ DVR using only coaxial cable.
eZ.Controller let users to control PTZ camera from DVR using only a coaxial cable without the
need of a RS-485 cable between the PTZ camera and the DVR. Users can easily operate Zoom,
Focus, Iris, Direction, Auto Pan, Preset, Tour and Pattern functions to the PTZ camera through
DVR.
ECOR FHD 16X1
PTZ Cameras
Tip: You can also bring
up the camera OSD
through Preset 95.
Note:
1. The eZ.Controller function for PTZ control is only supported for EverFocus AHD (1080p,
720p) PTZ cameras.
2. After connecting the PTZ camera to the DVR through the coaxial cable, you will have to
go to the OSD Menu to turn the PTZ ID function off (System > Camera > Basic).
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eZ.Controller: Easily control PTZ camera’s OSD at the DVR end.
Traditionally, the CCTV installer needs to take a portable monitor to connect to the camera for
controlling the camera OSD at the camera installation site as the Diagram A below. It will take
extra effort, time and people to adjust the camera.
Now, EverFocus’ eZ.Controller allows users to control the camera OSD simply on the monitor at
the DVR end as illustrated in Diagram B.
A
B
Traditional Way to Control Camera OSD
Control Camera OSD at Camera End
DVR End
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Use eZ.Controller to Control Camera OSD
Camera OSD Control Directly at DVR End
Camera End
DVR End
Camera End
How to Control PTZ Camera’s OSD at the DVR End?
You can Control PTZ Camera’s OSD through the PTZ Control Panel or the Advanced button.
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1. On the OSD Root menu, click PTZ
.
2. On the PTZ control panel, click Preset, click number 95 and click Go to display the PTZ camera
OSD menu.
3. You can easily use the direction buttons on the PTZ control panel to control the camera’s
OSD setting menu.
4. To exit the setting, click Exit PTZ button.
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1. On the DVR’s OSD setting menu, go to
Configuration > Camera > Adjust.
Select a camera you want to adjust.
2.
3.
4.
To display the OSD menu, click the Enter
button
on the Coaxial Panel.
You can use the direction buttons on the
Coaxial Panel to control the camera’s
OSD setting menu.
5.
To exit the setting, click Exit to return to
Click the Advanced button, and the
camera live view with the Coaxial
Panel will be displayed.
the Adjust setting page.
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4. Configuration in the OSD Menu
You can use the keyboard to configure camera settings in the OSD menu.
Note: The controls described in this chapter are based on using the EKB500 Keybaord. For EKB500
connection and operation, please refer to 3.5.5 EKB500 Connection.
Press the Menu and CAM keys on the EKB500 Keyboard at the same time to enter the OSD root menu.
Move the Joystick left / right to enter the sub-menu.
VIDEO SETTINGS
POSITIONS
OSD/AREAS
AUTO MODES
ALARM
PRIVATE ZONES
SYSTEM
INFO
EXIT
4.1
Video Settings
In main menu, turn joystick up / down to select VIDEO SETTINGS. Turn joystick left / right to enter VIDEO
SETTINGS sub-menu.
VIDEO SETTINGS
EXPOSURE &
POSITIONS
FOCUS MODE
ONE PUSH
OSD/AREAS
DIG. ZOOM
ON
AUTO MODES
BACKLIGHT
OFF
ALARM
DAY/NIGHT
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NEGATIVE
OFF
SYSTEM
COLOR
ON
INFO
HLC
OFF
EXIT
WB
AUTO
NEXT PAGE
EXIT
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ON
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OFF
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OFF
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ON
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OFF
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OFF
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OFF
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OFF
E-FLIP
OFF
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OFF
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OFF
HIGH SENSITIVITY
OFF
PREVIOUS PAGE
EXIT
NEXT PAGE
EXIT
EXPOSURE
In EXPOSURE menu, there is a sub-menu. Press Enter or IRIS+ key, or turn joystick left / right to enter
EXPOSURE sub-menu.
EXPOSURE &
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AUTO
FOCUS MODE
ONE PUSH
SLOW SHUTTER
OFF
DIG. ZOOM
ON
IRIS MODE
AUTO
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OFF
AE SPEED
0I−−−−−−6
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AUTO&
EXIT
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OFF
COLOR
ON
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OFF
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NEXT PAGE
EXIT
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EL.SHUTTER: Select electronic shutter mode from the options of the menu. The options for NTSC /
PAL are listed below.
NTSC AUTO
A.FLK
1/60
1/30
1/15
1/8
1/4
1/2
1/1
1/10000
1/6000
1/4000
(sec.) 1/3000
1/2000
1/1500
1/1000
1/725
1/500
1/350
1/250
1/180
1/125
1/100
1/90
A.FLK
1/50
1/25
1/12
1/6
1/3
1/2
1/1
1/10000
1/6000
1/3500
1/1750
1/1250
1/1000
1/600
1/425
1/300
1/215
1/150
1/120
1/100
1/75
PAL
AUTO
(sec.) 1/2500
AUTO: Auto electrical shutter.
A.FLK: Anti-Flicker. Camera will auto adjust the shutter to reduce the flicker caused by fluorescent
light.
1/60 (1/50): Default manual shutter, 1/60 (1/50) sec shutter.
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SLOW SHUTTER: Slow electronic shutter. In order to enhance the view in the low lux environment,
slow shutter allows more light to go through the shutter. Select from AUTO and OFF.
AUTO: Auto Slow Shutter.
OFF: Disable Slow Shutter function.
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IRIS MODE:
MANUAL: The brightness of the image can be adjusted manually.
AUTO: The brightness of the image signal will adjust automatically depending on the amount of light.
NOTE: If IRIS MODE is MANUAL, BACKLIGHT will be disabled.
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AE SPEED: If you select AUTO in slow shutter, you can set exposure time (move the cursor between 0
~ 6).
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EXIT: Select Exit to save settings and exit from current page.
FOCUS MODE
In Focus mode, we define focus type from ONE PUSH, AUTO and MANUAL.
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ONE PUSH: Enable the one push trigger focus mode. The focus lens holds the same position until the
next trigger command is received. This function prevents the wrong focus in dark.
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AUTO: Auto focus is enabled. It automatically adjusts the focus position to maximize the high
frequency content of the picture in a center measurement area, taking into consideration the high
luminance and strong contrast components. You can also specify Auto Focus Sensitivity as NORMAL
or LOW by pressing Enter or IRIS+ key to enter AF SENSITIVITY sub-menu.
AF Sensitivity: Switch the Auto Focus Sensitivity to NORMAL to reach the highest focus speed quickly;
switch to LOW to improve the stability of the focus.
AF SENSITIVITY
EXPOSURE &
FOCUS MODE
AUTO&
DIG. ZOOM
ON
BACKLIGHT
OFF
DAY/NIGHT
AUTO&
NEGATIVE
OFF
COLOR
ON
HLC
OFF
WB
AUTO
AF SEN.
RETURN
NEXT PAGE
EXIT
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MANUAL: Enable the manual focus mode.
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DIG. ZOOM
Digital zoom enable or disable.
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OFF: Disable the digital zoom.
BACKLIGHT
This is the function of Back Light Compensation. When the background of subject is too bright, or when
the subject is too dark due to shooting in AE mode, back light compensation will make the subject appear
clearer.
• ON: Enable Back Light Compensation.
• OFF: Disable Back Light Compensation.
DAY/NIGHT
In Day/Night, we define the ICR (IR Cut-Removable) mode settings. The camera has a built-in infrared (IR)
cut-filter which can be disengaged from the image path for increased sensitivity in low light environments.
Select from AUTO, DAY and NIGHT.
• NIGHT: IR cut filter is always removed (ICR ON).
• DAY: IR cut filter is always attached (ICR OFF).
• AUTO: Auto Day/Night mode switch. The camera will automatically switch the settings needed for
attaching or removing the IR cut filter. At a certain level of darkness, the IR cut-filter will be disabled
and increase the infrared sensitivity (ICR ON). At a certain level of brightness, the IR cut-filter will
reactivate automatically (ICR OFF). You can also specify Sensitivity between 0 ~ 9 by pressing Enter or
IRIS+ key to enter SENSITIVITY sub-menu.
Sensitivity: Move the cursor between 0 ~ 9 to adjust the Auto Day/Night sensitivity.
SENSITIVITY
EXPOSURE &
FOCUS MODE
ONE PUSH
DIG. ZOOM
ON
BACKLIGHT
OFF
DAY/NIGHT
AUTO&
NEGATIVE
OFF
COLOR
ON
HLC
OFF
WB
AUTO
0 − − − I − − −− − − 9
RETURN
NEXT PAGE
EXIT
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NEGATIVE
In Negative mode, it will switch ON / OFF the negative art image output. Select from ON and OFF.
•
•
ON: Enable Negative function.
OFF: Disable Negative function.
COLOR
In Color, we define color of the image. Select from ON and OFF.
•
•
ON: Color image.
OFF: B/W image.
HLC
Highlight Compensation is a function to adjust Auto Exposure and Auto Focus, and to perform the masking
of light area as required when a high intensity spot light is detected.
•
•
•
•
OFF: Disable Highlight Compensation function.
LOW: Set Highlight Compensation level to Low.
MIDDLE: Set Highlight Compensation level to Middle.
HIGH: Set Highlight Compensation level to High.
WB
White Balance has the following modes:
•
AUTO: This mode computed the white balance value output using color information from the entire
screen. It outputs the proper value using the color temperature radiating from a black subject based
on a range of value from 2500 to 7500K.
•
•
•
•
INDOOR: 3200 K Base mode.
OUTDOOR: 5800 K Base mode.
ATW: Select to apply the Auto Tracing White Balance mode (2000 to 10000K).
ONE PUSH WB: Select to force the camera to readjust the white balance. Note that the white balance
will be readjusted every time you turn the joystick left / right to select ONE PUSH.
•
OUTDOOR AUTO: This mode allows you to capture images with natural white balance in the morning
and evening.
•
SODIUM LAMP AUTO: This mode is an auto white balance mode that is compatible with sodium
vapor lamps
•
•
SODIUM LAMP: This mode is a fixed white balance mode specifically for sodium vapor lamps.
SODIUM OUT AUTO: This mode is specifically for outdoors, which is compatible with sodium vapor
lamps.
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WDR
The Wide Dynamic Range function provides clearer images when both of the very bright and dark areas
simultaneously appear on the camera view.
•
•
ON: Enable Wide Dynamic Range function.
OFF: Disable Wide Dynamic Range function.
DEFOG
The Defog function makes the subject appear clearer when the surrounding area of the subject is foggy
and low contrast.
•
•
ON: Enable Defog function.
OFF: Disable Defog function.
MIRROR
The Mirror function reverses the video output from the camera horizontally.
•
•
ON: Enable Mirror function.
OFF: Disable Mirror function.
E-FLIP
The E-Flip function reverses the video output from the camera vertically and horizontally.
•
•
ON: Enable E-flip function.
OFF: Disable E-flip function.
STABLEZOOM
The Stable Zoom function is for performing correction using the Image Stabilizer function in accordance
with the zoom ratio.
•
•
ON: Enable Stable Zoom function.
OFF: Disable Stable Zoom function.
NOISE REDUCTION
The Noise Reduction function removes noise to provide clearer images.
•
•
OFF: Disable Noise Reduction function.
LV5 ~ 1: Set Noise Reduction to level 5 ~ level1.
HIGH SENSITIVITY
The High Sensitivity function enables to obtain a brighter output even in a darker environment.
•
•
ON: Enable High Sensitivity function.
OFF: Disable High Sensitivity function.
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NEXT PAGE / PREVIOUS PAGE
Turn joystick left or right to move to the next or previous page.
EXIT
Select Exit to save settings and exit from current page.
4.2
Positions
In main menu, turn joystick up or down to select POSITION option. Press Enter or IRIS+ key or turn joystick
left / right to enter POSITION sub-menu.
VIDEO SETTINGS
SET POSITIONS &
POSITIONS
FREEZE PICTURE
OSD/AREAS
EXIT
OFF
AUTO MODES
ALARM
PRIVATE ZONES
SYSTEM
INFO
EXIT
SET POSITIONS
Tilt the joystick left / right to highlight a preset position and press Enter or IRIS+ to select it and go to the
PRESET POSITION sub-menu. There are a total of 32 presets per page. Once the position is selected, an
ampersand (&) will appear next to the number; press Enter or IRIS+ to configure the position in the
sub-sub-menu. When finished, go to RETURN and tilt the joystick left / right to go to the Preset options.
PRESET POSITION
SET POSITIONS &
FREEZE PICTURE
OFF
EXIT
1&
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
PREV PAGE / NEXT PAGE
RETURN
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PRESET NO. 1
POSITION
SET &
SPEED
100
MOVE TO POSITION
DWELL TIME-S
4
IRIS: SAVE AND RETURN
FOCUS MODE
MANUAL
WB
AUTO
TITLE
1.H
DEFAULT
OFF
RETURN
•
POSITION: Select from SET and CLEAR.
SET: Select SET and press Enter or IRIS+ key of keyboard, you will be entered to a sub-menu. Turn the
joystick to your desired position. Once the position is confirmed, press IRIS+ key of keyboard to save
setting and return to previous menu. If position is set, there will be a pound sign (£) beside position
number.
CLEAR: Select CLEAR and press Enter or IRIS+ key of keyboard, and the POSITION will be cleared. You
will automatically go back to the sub-menu of PRESET POSITION.
•
SPEED: Select the speed for the preset position. The value is from 1 to 255 and 255 is the highest
speed.
•
•
•
DWELL TIME-S: Select the dwell time (in second) for the preset position from 1 to 99.
FOCUS MODE: Select focus mode for the preset position from MANUAL, ONE PUSH and AUTO.
WB: Select the White Balance for the preset position from AUTO, INDOOR, OUTDOOR, ATW, ONE
PUSH WB, OUTDOOR AUTO, SODIUM LAMP AUTO, SODIUM LAMP, SODIUM OUT. or AUTO.
•
TITLE: Enter title name for the preset position. Tilt the joystick up and down to scroll through the
characters, then tilt left or right to move to the previous / next position. When finished, move the last
digit and tilt the joystick right to return to previous screen.
•
DEFAULT: Select ON to set the preset position to default value.
FREEZE PICTURE
Image will stop at the previous position until the next position is reached.
•
•
ON: Freeze picture.
OFF: Disable Freeze picture function.
EXIT
Select Exit to save settings and exit from current page.
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4.3
OSD/Areas
In main menu, turn joystick up or down to select OSD/AREAS. Turn joystick left or right to enter
OSD/AREAS sub-menu.
VIDEO SETTINGS
CAM. TITLE
POSITIONS
AREAS &
OSD/AREAS
DIRECTIONS &
AUTO MODES
DISPLAY &
ALARM
EXIT
EPTZ9200
PRIVATE ZONES
SYSTEM
INFO
EXIT
CAM. TITLE
Enter the title name for the camera, up to a maximum of 8 characters. Tilt the joystick up and down to
scroll through the characters, and tilt left or right to move to the previous / next position. When finished,
move the last digit and tilt the joystick right to return to previous screen.
AREAS
Press Enter, IRIS+ key of keyboard or turn joystick left / right to enter AREAS sub-menu.
CAM. TITLE
EPTZ9200
ZONES
AREAS &
TITLE
1. ---------------------------2. ---------------------------3. ---------------------------4. ---------------------------5. ---------------------------6. ---------------------------7. ---------------------------8. ----------------------------
DIRECTIONS &
DISPLAY &
EXIT
RANGE
CLR
---------------------------------------------------------
RETURN
In zone menu, you can set a zone and name it, when the speed dome turns to the zone you set, it will
display zone name on the screen (only if “OSD/AREAS -> Display -> Zone” is set as “YES”).
Tilt the joystick up and down to scroll through the characters, then tilt left or right to move to the previous
/ next position. There is a pound sign (£) to indicate the current option.
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When finished, tilt the joystick right to go to "Range" section, and press Enter or IRIS+ key to enter Range
sub-menu. Use the joystick to move speed dome to its left position. Press IRIS+ key to save left position
setting and go to next step or press IRIS- to cancel.
ZONES
ZONE1
TITLE
RANGE
1. ---------------------------2. ---------------------------3. ---------------------------4. ---------------------------5. ---------------------------6. ---------------------------7. ---------------------------8. ----------------------------
CLR
-------- &
--------------------------------------------------
MOVE TO LEFT POSITION
IRIS+: SAVE AND NEXT
IRIS-: CANCEL
RETURN
Use the joystick to move speed dome to its right position. Press IRIS+ or IRIS- key to save and return.
ZONE1
ZONE1
MOVE TO LEFT POSITION
IRIS+: SAVE AND NEXT
IRIS-: CANCEL
MOVE TO RIGHT POSITION
IRIS+/IRIS-: SAVE AND
RETURN
Tilt the joystick right or left to highlight the current zone or tilt up / down to select a different zone. If you
wish to clear the zone you have set, go to “CLR” and press Enter or IRIS+ key.
ZONES
TITLE
1. ---------------------------2. ---------------------------3. ---------------------------4. ---------------------------5. ---------------------------6. ---------------------------7. ---------------------------8. ----------------------------
RANGE
CLR
---------------------------------------------------------
&
RETURN
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DIRECTIONS
Press Enter, IRIS+ key of keyboard or turn joystick left / right to enter DIRECTIONS sub-menu.
CAM. TITLE
EPTZ9200
DIRECTIONS NORTH
AREAS &
SET NORTH &
DIRECTIONS &
DEFAULT NORTH
ENTER
DISPLAY &
EXIT
RETURN
5.
Press Enter key of keyboard or turn joystick left / right to enter SET NORTH position menu.
DIRECTIONS NORTH
SET NORTH &
DEFAULT NORTH
ENTER
RETURN
6.
7.
8.
MOVE TO POSITION
IRIS: SAVE AND RETURN
Move the joystick to North position.
Press IRIS+ or IRIS- key of keyboard to save and return.
Go to DEFAULT NORTH and press Enter or IRIS+ key to set the north position as default north position.
DIRECTIONS NORTH
SET NORTH &
DEFAULT NORTH
ENTER
RETURN
9.
Go to Return and turn joystick left / right to return to previous menu.
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DISPLAY
Press Enter, IRIS+ key of keyboard or turn joystick left / right to enter DISPLAY sub-menu.
CAM. TITLE
SHOW OSD
EPTZ9200
ON
−−−−−−−−−−−−−
AREAS &
DIRECTIONS &
DISPLAY &
EXIT
DIRECTIONS
NO
CAMERA TITLE
NO
ZONES
NO
PRESET TITLE
YES
ZOOM
NO
FAN
NO
MOTION
NO
RETURN
•
SHOW OSD:
ON: Show OSD of Camera Title, Directions, Zones, Preset Title, Motion, Zoom and Fan.
2 SEC: Show OSD for 2 seconds.
5 SEC: Show OSD for 5 seconds.
10 SEC: Show OSD for 10 seconds.
OFF: Do not show OSD.
•
DIRECTIONS:
YES: Adjust to show directions or azimuth by pressing Enter or IRIS+ key to enter the sub-menu.
SHOW OSD
DIRECTIONS
ON
−−−−−−−−−−−−−
DIRECTIONS
YES &
CAMERA TITLE
NO
ZONES
NO
PRESET TITLE
YES
ZOOM
NO
FAN
NO
MOTION
NO
NO: Do not show directions.
CAMERA TITLE:
YES: Show camera title.
NO: Do not show camera title.
•
ZONES:
YES: Show zones.
NO: Do not show zones.
•
PRESET TITLE:
YES: Show preset title.
NO: Do not show preset title.
YES
SHOW AZIMUTH
YES
RETURN
RETURN
•
SHOW DIRECTIONS
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•
ZOOM:
YES: Show zoom multiple when zoom in or zoom out.
NO: Do not show zoom multiple.
•
FAN:
YES: Show fan indication when fan is enabled.
NO: Do not show fan indication.
•
MOTION:
YES: Show motion message when a motion occurs.
NO: Do not show motion message when a motion occurs.
•
RETURN:
Turn joystick Left/Right to return to previous menu.
EXIT
Select Exit to save settings and exit from current page.
4.4
Auto Modes
In main menu, turn joystick up / down to select AUTO MODES. Turn joystick left / right to enter AUTO
MODES sub-menu.
VIDEO SETTINGS
AUTOPAN &
POSITIONS
PRESET TOURS &
OSD/AREAS
PATTERN &
AUTO MODES
AUTO RESUME
OFF
ALARM
RESUME TO
POS.1 H
PRIVATE ZONES
POWER UP
PREV MODE
SYSTEM
EXIT
INFO
EXIT
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AUTOPAN
Press Enter or IRIS+ key of keyboard or turn joystick left / right to enter AUTOPAN sub-menu.
AUTOPAN &
AUTOPAN
PRESET TOURS &
ENDLESS MODE
ON
PATTERN &
SPEED
32
AUTO RESUME
OFF
DWELL TIME L-S
4
RESUME TO
POS.1 H
DWELL TIME R-S
4
POWER UP
PREV MODE
SET LEFT POS. &
EMP
SET RIGHT POS. &
EMP
DEFAULT
ON
EXIT
RETURN
•
ENDLESS MODE:
ON: Enable endless mode. The speed dome will perform 360 degree endless auto-pan.
OFF: Disable endless mode. The speed dome will perform auto-pan between position left and
position right.
•
SPEED:
Select speed from 1~255 and 255 is the highest speed.
•
DWELL TIME L-S:
Select dwell time of the left position from 1~99 seconds.
•
DWELL TIME R-S:
Select dwell time of the right position from 1~99 seconds.
•
SET LEFT POS.:
Press Enter or IRIS+ key or turn the joystick left / right to enter SET LEFT POS. menu. Turn the joystick
to the position where you wish to set LEFT position. Press IRIS+ or IRIS- key of keyboard to save
setting and return to previous menu. EMP (EMPTY) means the position has not been set.
AUTOPAN
ENDLESS MODE
ON
SPEED
32
DWELL TIME L-S
4
DWELL TIME R-S
4
MOVE TO POSITION
SET LEFT POS. &
EMP
IRIS: SAVE AND RETURN
SET RIGHT POS. &
EMP
DEFAULT
ON
RETURN
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•
SET RIGHT POS.:
Press Enter or IRIS+ key or turn the joystick left / right to enter SET RIGHT POS. menu. Turn the
joystick to the position where you wish to set RIGHT position. Press IRIS+ or IRIS- key of keyboard to
save setting and return to previous menu. EMP (EMPTY) means the position has not been set.
Note: When LEFT / RIGHT Position are set, the speed dome will patrol between each position.
AUTOPAN
ENDLESS MODE
ON
SPEED
32
DWELL TIME L-S
4
DWELL TIME R-S
4
MOVE TO POSITION
SET LEFT POS. &
EMP
IRIS: SAVE AND RETURN
SET RIGHT POS. &
EMP
DEFAULT
ON
RETURN
•
DEFAULT:
All settings in AUTOPAN menu will be returned to default values.
•
RETURN:
Turn joystick left / right to return to previous menu.
PRESET TOURS
Press Enter key or turn the joystick left / right to enter PRESET TOURS sub-menu. There is a pound sign (£)
to indicate the current option.
AUTOPAN &
TOUR
PRESET TOURS &
POS
PATTERN &
NO.
1 £
DWELL
SPEED
1 PRE1 &
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
AUTO RESUME
OFF
2 PRE2 &
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
RESUME TO
POS.1 H
3 PRE3 &
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
POWER UP
PREV MODE
4 PRE4 &
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
5 PRE5 &
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
6 PRE6 &
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
7 PRE7 &
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
EXIT
PREV PAGE/NEXT PAGE
RETURN
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Tour NO.: Turn the joystick left / right to select tour number first. When finished, move the joystick up
to select preset position.
POS: Turn the joystick left / right to select preset position. Max. 16 positions can be set for a tour.
Press Enter or IRIS+ key of keyboard to go next setting.
DWELL: Turn the joystick up / down to set dwell time of the tour from 1 ~ 99 sec or default.
SPEED: Turn the joystick right after setting dwell time. Turn the joystick up or down to select tour
speed from 1 ~ 255 or default. Press Enter or IRIS+ key when you finish Tour setting of preset position.
PREV PAGE/NEXT PAGE: Turn the joystick left to go previous page or turn joystick right to go next
page.
LOAD DEFAULT TOUR: Press Enter or IRIS+ key and all settings in PRESET TOURS sub-menu will be
returned to default values.
TOUR
NO.
POS
1
DWELL
SPEED
15 PRE15 &
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
16 PRE16 &
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
LOAD DEFAULT TOUR&
PREV PAGE/NEXT PAGE
RETURN
7.
RETURN: Turn joystick left / right to return to previous menu.
PATTERN
Press Enter or IRIS+ key of keyboard to enter PATTERN sub-menu. Note that the Pattern function can only
be set up using EverFocus’ EKB500 keyboard. You can then operate the Pattern function through the DVR
or EKB500 Keyboard.
AUTOPAN &
PATTERN SET UP
PRESET TOURS &
PATTERN
DURATION
ACT
PATTERN &
AUTO RESUME
OFF
PAT1
---
PLAY
RESUME TO
POS.1 H
PAT2
---
PLAY
POWER UP
PREV MODE
PAT3
---
PLAY
PAT4
---
PLAY
EXIT
RETURN
1.
2.
PAT: Turn the joystick up or down to select pattern number.
Turn the joystick left or right to select action mode, either PLAY, SET or CLR (CLEAR).
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3.
Select SET and press Enter or IRIS+ key of keyboard to enter the sub-menu.
PATTERN SET UP
PATTERN
PATTERN 1
DURATION
ACT
RECORD MODE
90
PAT1
---
SET &
PAT2
---
PLAY
PAT3
---
PLAY
PAT4
---
PLAY
IRIS+ / ENTER: SAVE AND RETURN
IRIS-: CANCEL
RETURN
4.
Turn the joystick to record the tour you wish to set. Press Enter or IRIS+ when you finish setting
pattern tour. Press IRIS- if you wish to cancel this action. At duration column of PATTERN SETUP menu,
you will see the duration time of pattern you set.
PATTERN SET UP
PATTERN
DURATION
ACT
PAT1
20S
SET &
PAT2
---
PLAY
PAT3
---
PLAY
PAT4
---
PLAY
RETURN
5.
When you return to PATTERN SETUP menu, turn the joystick left / right to PLAY. Press Enter or IRIS+
key of keyboard. The camera starts to run the pattern tour you set. The camera keeps playing the
pattern until you press IRIS- to cancel playing and it will return to PATTERN SETUP menu.
PATTERN SETUP
PATTERN 1
PATTERN DURATION ACTION
PLAY MODE
15S REMAIN
PAT1
20S
PLAY
PAT2
---
PLAY
PAT3
---
PLAY
PAT4
---
PLAY
5
RETURN
6.
7.
CLR (CLEAR): Go to “CLR” and press Enter or IRIS+ key to clear the pattern you have set.
RETURN: Turn joystick left / right to return to previous menu.
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AUTO RESUME
Return to previous mode, if no action for a period.
Turn the joystick left / right to set AUTO RESUME. Auto Resume is selectable from OFF, After 30 sec, After
1 min, after 5 min, After 10 min, After 30 min and After 60 min. After this period of time, speed dome will
resume to the mode you set in “RESUME TO”. By selecting OFF, this function will be disabled.
AUTOPAN &
PRESET TOURS &
PATTERN &
AUTO RESUME
OFF
RESUME TO
POS.1 H
POWER UP
PREV MODE
EXIT
RESUME TO
Turn the joystick left / right to select the mode to resume to. It is selectable from POS.1 H, TOUR1, PAT.1,
AUTOPAN and PREV MODE.
AUTOPAN &
PRESET TOURS &
PATTERN &
AUTO RESUME
OFF
RESUME TO
POS.1 H
POWER UP
PREV MODE
EXIT
POWER UP FUNC
Turn the joystick left / right to select the mode to return to when power failure occurs. It is selectable from
PREV MODE, OFF, POS.1 H, TOUR1, PAT.1 and AUTOPAN.
AUTOPAN &
PRESET TOURS &
PATTERN &
AUTO RESUME
OFF
RESUME TO
POS.1 H
POWER UP
PREV MODE
EXIT
EXIT
Exit from the current menu.
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4.5
Alarm
In main menu, turn joystick Up or Down to select ALARM. Turn joystick Left or Right to enter ALARM
sub-menu.
VIDEO SETTINGS
ALARM INPUTS &
POSITIONS
ALARM OUTPUTS &
OSD/AREAS
MOTION DETECT &
AUTO MODES
EXIT
ALARM
PRIVATE ZONES
SYSTEM
INFO
EXIT
ALARM INPUTS
Press Enter or IRIS+ key of keyboard to enter ALARM INPUTS sub-menu.
ALARM INPUTS &
ALARM INPUTS
ALARM OUTPUTS &
MOTION DETECT &
INPUT
EXIT
TYPE
NO
REACTION
POSITION &
DURATION
TIMEOUT &
PRIORITY
1234
NO.
1
RETURN
1.
2.
3.
INPUT NO.: Go to INPUT NO. selection and turn the joystick left / right to select alarm input number
from 1 ~4.
Type: Select Normal Open (NO), Normal Close (NC), NIGHT NO, NIGHT NC or OFF for alarm type.
NO: Enable a normal open alarm input.
NC: Enable a normal close alarm input.
NIGHT NO: Set camera at night mode with normal open alarm input. When there is event triggered,
the camera will be changed to day mode.
NIGHT NC: Set camera at night mode with normal close alarm input. When there is event triggered,
the camera will be changed to day mode.
OFF: Disable alarm input.
REACTION: The action will be taken when alarm is triggered.
OFF: No reaction will be taken when alarm is triggered.
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4.
5.
6.
POSITION: When the alarm is triggered, speed dome will go to the preset position. Turn the joystick
left / right to select on Position and press Enter or IRIS+ key then turn joystick left / right to select
position number. Turn joystick left / right to make selection. It is selectable from 1~192. Press Enter or
IRIS+ key again to confirm selection.
PATTERN: When the alarm is triggered, speed dome will run the pattern. Turn the joystick left / right
to select on Pattern and press Enter or IRIS+ key then turn joystick left / right to select pattern
number. Turn joystick left / right to make selection. It is selectable from1~4. Press Enter or IRIS+ key
again to confirm selection.
TOUR: When the alarm is triggered, speed dome will run the tour. Turn the joystick left / right to
select on Tour and press Enter or IRIS+ key then turn joystick left / right to select tour number. Turn
joystick left / right to make selection. It is selectable from1~16. Press Enter or IRIS+ key again to
confirm selection.
DURATION: Duration of alarm input.
TIMEOUT: Turn the joystick left / right to select on TIMEOUT and press Enter or IRIS+ key then turn
joystick left / right to select time-out. Time-out is selectable from 1~99. Press Enter or IRIS+ key again
to confirm selection.
LATCHED: Turn the joystick left / right to select on LATCHED. The alarm output will not stop until there
is any operation on keyboard.
TRANSPARENT: Turn the joystick left / right to select on TRANSPARENT. The alarm output will not stop
until the alarm is stopped.
PRIORITY: Turn the joystick left / right to select alarm input priority, it is selectable from 1234, 2341,
3412, 4123.
RETURN: Turn joystick left / right to return to previous menu.
ALARM OUTPUTS
Press Enter or IRIS+ key of keyboard to enter ALARM OUTPUTS sub-menu.
ALARM INPUTS &
ALARM OUTPUT TRIGGER
ALARM OUTPUTS &
OUTPUT NO.
1
MOTION DETECT &
INPUT1
YES
EXIT
INPUT2
YES
INPUT3
YES
INPUT4
YES
MOTION
NO
SYSTEM ERROR
NO
REMOTE
NO
RETURN
1.
2.
OUTPUT NO.: Select Output number from 1~2.
INPUT1~4: Select YES to enable Alarm input 1~4 for the alarm output selected. Select NO to disable
Alarm input 1~4.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
MOTION: Select YES to have alarm output triggered when a motion event is detected. Select NO to
disable this function.
SYSTEM ERROR: Select YES to have alarm output triggered when system error occurs. Select NO to
disable this function.
REMOTE: Select YES to have alarm output triggered when RS-485 failure occurs. Select NO to disable
this function.
RETURN: RETURN to the previous menu.
MOTION DETECT
Press Enter or IRIS+ key of keyboard to enter MOTION DETECT sub-menu. You can set 4 motion areas.
ALARM INPUTS &
MOTION DETECT 1
OFF
ALARM OUTPUTS &
MOTION DETECT 2
OFF
MOTION DETECT &
MOTION DETECT 3
OFF
EXIT
MOTION DETECT 4
OFF
SENSITIVITY
240
INTERVAL TIME-S
1
EXIT
1.
MOTION DETECT: Turn the joystick left / right to select ON for Motion Detection. A window as below
pops up.
MOTION DETECT 1
ON &
MOTION DETECT 2
OFF
MOTION DETECT 3
OFF
MOTION DETECT 4
OFF
SENSITIVITY
240
INTERVAL TIME-S
1
EXIT
-MOTION DETECT INFOM1: 0
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2.
Press Enter or IRIS+ key to enter Motion Detection Setting. Use the joystick to select motion area.
MOTION DETECT AREA 1
LEFT
0 I − − − − − − − − − − − − − − −15
RIGHT
0 I − − − − − − − − − − − − − − −15
UPPER
0 I − − − − − − − −8
LOWER 0 I − − − − − − − −8
RETURN
Turn the joystick up / down to select directions, LEFT, RIGHT, UPPER or LOWER.
Turn the joystick left / right to adjust the value of motion area. (For Left & Right directions, it is
selectable from 0 to 15; For Upper & Lower directions, it is selectable from 0 to 8.)
There is a color frame showing you the motion detection area you change. Motion 1 is represented by
red, Motion 2 by yellow, Motion 3 by blue and Motion 4 by green.
3.
4.
Press IRIS+ key to save setting and return to previous menu. Press IRIS- to return to previous menu.
SENSITIVITY: Select motion detection sensitivity level from 1~255.
INTERVAL TIME-S: Select interval time in seconds from 1~255. Speed dome will stop detecting motion
during this interval time.
EXIT
Exit from the current menu.
4.6
Private Zones
In main menu, turn joystick up / down to select PRIVATE ZONES masking. Turn joystick left / right to enter
PRIVATE ZONE sub-menu.
VIDEO SETTINGS
PRIVATE ZONE 1
OFF
POSITIONS
PRIVATE ZONE 2
OFF
OSD/AREAS
PRIVATE ZONE 3
OFF
AUTO MODES
PRIVATE ZONE 4
OFF
ALARM
PRIVATE ZONE 5
OFF
PRIVATE ZONES
PRIVATE ZONE 6
OFF
SYSTEM
PRIVATE ZONE 7
OFF
INFO
PRIVATE ZONE 8
OFF
EXIT
ZONE COLOR
BLACK
EXIT
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Private Zone
1. Turn joystick left / right to select ON / OFF. For Private Zone ON, press Enter or IRIS+ key to enter
private zone position.
2. Turn the joystick and move to position of private zone. The red dot indicates the center of the private
zone area. When finished, press IRIS+ or IRIS- key to set private zone size.
PRIVATE ZONE 1
POSITION
MOVE TO POSITION
IRIS+/IRIS-: JOYSTICK
FOR SET SIZE
3. Select the area to be covered first.
Turn joystick left / right to adjust width of the private zone area.
Turn joystick up or down to adjust height of the private zone area.
Press IRIS- key to set private zone position.
Press IRIS+ to save and return to previous menu.
PRIVATE ZONE 1
SIZE
SET ZONE SIZE
IRIS-:
JOYSTICK FOR PTZ
IRIS+:
SAVE AND RETURN
ZONE COLOR
Select private zone area color from BLACK, GREEN, BLUE, WHITE, GRAY, CYAN, YELLOW, MAGENTA,
MOSAIC.
EXIT
Exit from current menu.
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4.7
System
In main menu, turn joystick up / down to select SYSTEM. Turn joystick left / right to enter SYSTEM
sub-menu.
VIDEO SETTINGS
AUTO INIT
OFF
POSITIONS
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
OSD/AREAS
PASSWORD &
AUTO MODES
LOAD DEFAULT
ENTER
ALARM
RESTART
ENTER
PRIVATE ZONES
VIDEO OUTPUT
SD/60 &
SYSTEM
EXIT
INFO
EXIT
AUTO INIT
Select auto initiation time from OFF, DAILY, WEEKLY. Speed dome will automatically initiate and return to
the previous position by maintaining all the settings you have done.
LANGUAGE
Select language. The current version only supports English version.
PASSWORD
Press Enter or IRIS+ key or turn joystick left / right to enter password sub-menu.
AUTO INIT
OFF
PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
PASSWORD ACTIVE
NO
ENTER PASSWORD
????
VERIFY PASSWORD
????
PASSWORD &
LOAD DEFAULT
ENTER
RESTART
ENTER
VIDEO OUTPUT
SD/60 &
SAVE AND RETURN
EXIT
RETURN
•
•
•
PASSWORD ACTIVE: Select YES to activate password mode. Select NO to disable password mode.
ENTER PASSWORD: Enter the password.
VERIFY PASSWORD: Enter the password again to confirm your input. Press IRIS+ key to save and
return to previous menu. Press IRIS- key to cancel.
•
•
SAVE AND RETURN: Turn joystick left / right to save the changes and return to previous menu.
RETURN: Turn joystick left / right to return to previous menu without saving changes.
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LOAD DEFAULT
Press Enter or IRIS+ key to load default values, all values will return to factory default value.
RESTART
Press Enter or IRIS+ key to restart the speed dome.
VEDIO OUT
Select video output format from SD/60Hz, SD/50Hz, 1080p/60Hz, 1080p/50Hz, 720p/60Hz, 720p/50Hz.
Note:
1. If you have set up the video output format to CVBS/60Hz or CVBS/50Hz using DIP switches, VIDEO
OUT will be disabled.
2. The UTC function is only available for AHD 720p & 1080p format. If you set the video output format to
SD/60Hz or SD/50Hz, you can only use the RS-485 wires to control the speed dome.
EXIT
Exit from current menu.
4.8
Info
In main menu, turn joystick up or down to select INFO. Turn joystick left or right to enter INFO sub-menu.
EZ . HD PTZ
VERSION
V1.0.1
PROTOCOL
AUTO
BAUDRATE
9600
RS-485-ID
001
CAMERA
SD/60
POS-CNT
0000000
X-CONT
0000000219
Y-CONT
0000000244
RETURN
VERSION
Shows firmware version of this speed dome.
PROTOCOL
Shows protocol of this speed dome.
BAUDRATE
Shows baud rate of this speed dome.
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RS-485-ID
Shows RS-485 ID of this speed dome.
CAMERA
Shows the video output format of this speed dome.
POS-CNT
Preset counter. This counter counts the preset movement, and 1 is counted when the speed dome runs to
preset position.
X-CONT
X-axis counter. This counter counts the x axis movement, and 1 is counted when the speed dome pans
360°.
Y-CONT
Y-axis counter. This counter counts the y axis movement, and 1 is counted when the speed dome tilts 180°.
RETURN
Press IRIS+ key to return to previous menu.
4.9
Exit
Exit from the OSD menu.
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5. Specifications
Product Model
Pickup Device
Number of total pixels
(H) x (V)
EPT9200
EPT9200i
EPTZ9300
1/2.8" Progressive scan CMOS image sensor
1952 x 1236, 2.41MP
1945 x 1109, 2.16MP
Number of recommended
recording pixels (H) x (V)
1920 x 1080
Video Format
NTSC / PAL
Min. Illumination
0.1 Lux 50 IRE
(ICR OFF, IRIS OPEN, AGC MAX)
S/N Ratio
1/1 ~ 1/10,000sec.
Slow Shutter
Lens Type
Zoom Ratio
0.01 Lux 50 IRE
(ICR OFF, IRIS OPEN, AGC MAX)
50dB
Electronic Shutter
Shutter Selection
Auto / Off
AUTO / A.FLK / Manual (1/1 ~ 1/10,000 selectable)
20x optical zoom, f=4.7mm to
30x optical zoom, f=4.3mm to
94.0mm, F1.6 to F3.5
129mm, F1.6 to F4.7
240x max.
360x max.
(20x Optical and 12x Digital zoom) (30x Optical and 12x Digital zoom)
True Day & Night
Yes
Auto Gain Control
Yes
Backlight Comp.
Yes
Noise Reduction
White Balance
Wide Dynamic Range
Yes
Auto / ATW / Indoor / Outdoor /
One push / Outdoor Auto
Yes
Motion Detection
Yes
Highlight Comp.
Yes
Defog
Yes
Stable Zoom
Yes
Privacy Zone Masking
Yes (4 selectable zones)
Video Output
1Vp-p, 75Ω
Sync. Mode
Internal
Focus Control
Horizontal Rotation Speed
Manual Pan / Tilt Speed
EPTZ9300i
One Push / Auto / Manual
0.01°/sec. ~ 360°/sec. (1 ~ 255 grade shift gears)
Pan: 0.01° ~ 180°/sec.; Tilt: 0.01° ~ 180°/sec.
Position Accuracy
±0.1°
Horizontal Rotation Range
360° unlimited rotation
Tilt Rotation Range
180° (Auto Flip)
Auto Speed Control
Control speed auto-adjusted according to zoom length changing
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Product Model
EPT9200
EPT9200i
Auto Pan Speed
EPTZ9300
EPTZ9300i
1 ~ 255 grade available, 0.01°/sec. ~ 360°/sec.
Dwell Time (2 points)
1 ~ 99 sec. available
Preset Positions
192 positions
Running to Position Speed
1 ~ 255 grade available, 0.01°/sec. ~ 360°/sec.
Dwell Time at Preset
1 ~ 99 sec. available
Tour
16 groups
Tour Point per Group
16 preset positions
Pattern
4 patterns with 90 sec. long each
Alarm
4 in 2 out with tour / position auto triggering
Fan
Auto starts
Built-in Menu for Functions
Yes
Communication
RS-485
Communication Speed
1200 / 2400 / 4800 / 9600bps
Built-in Protocols
EverFocus / Pelco-P / Pelco-D
Address Editable
Yes (through DIP switch)
Speed Dome ID Address
0 ~ 255
Power Source
24VAC~
Power Consumption
Weather-Resistant
Operating Temperature
Dimensions (W) x (H)
Weight
30W max.
IP66-rated
-30°C ~ 50°C ≤ 95% / -22°F ~ 122°F ≤ 95% (EPTZ9200/9300)
-10°C ~ 50°C ≤ 85% / 14°F ~ 122°F ≤ 85% (EPTZ9200i/9300i)
IP66-rated
180 x 280mm / 7.1" x 11" (EPTZ9200/9300)
159 x 230mm / 6.3" x 9.1" (EPTZ9200i/9300i)
5.8kg / 12.8lb (EPTZ9200/9300)
3.0kg / 6.62lb (EPTZ9200i/9300i)
Certificates
CE, FCC
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Appendix
A.
Setting-up and Operating EPTZ Camera Function Using EKB500
Manual Control Mode
•
Manual control: Shift Joystick up / down / left / right, and turn it clockwise / counterclockwise to
control speed dome.
Use the control keys which are Zoom, Focus and IRIS function keys on the keyboard to Zoom In /
Out, focus N (near) / F (Far), or IRIS +/-.
Note: Zoom In / Out control keys will be disabled when entering to OSD menu mode.
•
HOME Mode: The camera view will go back to the home position when there is no keyboard
operation in a specific time. The home position and the specific time can be set by pressing Set +
Home.
If you set the time to 0 minute, then the camera will go back to home if there is no keyboard
operation in 5 seconds. This is the minimum no action time for HOME mode.
Note: If "HOME" function is enabled, dome will go to home immediately after powering on.
Auto Pan Mode
•
Two point auto pan: Press A.Pan to enter the auto pan mode, and then the system will ask you to
enter the auto pan speed (1~239). Press Enter to start auto pan.
In order to set the two points, press Set + A.Pan, and then enter the dwell time (1~127 seconds) of
each point. The EPTZ camera begins to pan from point A to point B clockwise.
•
360° auto pan: Press Shift + A.Pan to enter the 360° auto pan. System will ask you to enter 360°
auto pan speed (1~239). The camera will turn 360° automatically, but not tilt.
Position Setting
•
Focus on a preset position: Press the number key, and then press Position to focus on the number
of preset position; or you can press Position, then enter the preset position number, and then press
Enter to focus on the number of preset position.
•
Preset a position: Shift the Joystick to the position you would like to preset, and then press Shift +
Position. The system will ask you to enter the preset position number (1~192), and then press Enter
to save the position. There are up to 192 positions can be preset.
Three specific preset positions can be set as follows:
92 => Set Left Limit Stop (A position)
93 => Set Right Limit Stop (B position)
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95 => Enter Menu mode (Use keyboard control keys to control OSD items; Focus F. to go
downward, Focus N. to go upward. IRIS + go to previous setting and IRIS – to exit).
You can directly go to the following specific preset positions:
33 => Rotation of 180 degree
34 => Go to Home position (if Home Position is set by Keyboard)
90 => Run tour (one-way)
91 => Run Pattern
94 => Initial
96 => Stop Scan
97 => Start running tour 1
98 => Frame scan (60 degree / step)
Default speed is 32. It can be changed by EVF Keyboard (Shift + A.Pan setting speed) .
Dwell time: default is 2 sec; it can be changed by EVF Keyboard (Set + A.Pan setting dwell
time of A pos or B pos).
99 => Auto scan (360 degree)
Default speed is 32. It can be changed by EVF Keyboard (Shift + A.Pan setting speed).
We can even set camera’s ICR Day / Night function with RS-485 command via keyboard. Press
Position + 88 to link to Day mode or Position + 89 to link to Night mode, “ICR AUTO” message
will be shown on the right-bottom part of the screen. If OSD Day / Night ICR mode is “AUTO”, it
cannot be controlled by preset position setting.
•
Set the parameter of a preset position: Press Set + Position to set the parameter of a preset
position. You can set the going-to speed (1~239), dwell time (1~239 seconds), and the title of the
position. Shift the joystick right / left to change bits, and shift the Joystick up / down to change the
alphanumeric characteristic. The available alphanumeric characteristics are 0~9, A~Z, &, ?, !, :, ‘, ., ,,
/, -, and a space.
•
Delete a preset position: Press Clr + Position to delete a preset position. The system will ask you to
enter the position number that you would like to delete, and then press Enter.
Tour Mode
In the tour mode, you can set a tour for viewing. There are 16 tours can be set, and 16 preset positions in
a tour.
•
One-way tour Mode: Press Tour to enter the tour mode. The system will ask you to enter the tour
number you would like to run, and starts the tour after pressing Enter. To preset a tour before
running is necessary.
Preset a one-way tour: Press Set + Tour to preset a one-way tour. The system will ask you to enter
preset position numbers (The positions need to be preset). After finish entering all positions, press
Stop to quit, and then press Enter to save the tour.
•
To-and-fro tour mode: Press Shift + Tour to run a to-and-fro tour. The system will ask you to enter
the tour number you would like to run, and starts the tour after pressing Enter. To preset a tour
before running it is necessary.
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Note:
1. The difference between the One-way tour mode and To-and-fro tour mode is that the return
modes are different. For example: There is a tour with 3 preset positions 1, 2 and 3. The
camera runs 1→2→3→1→2→3 in the One-way tour mode, and 1→2→3→2→1 in the
To-and-fro tour mode.
2. You could set a pattern tour. Press Set + Tour, and input 0, press Enter. Sway the joystick to
record the entire tour. Press Stop to stop recording tour. To view this pattern tour, simply
press Tour, and input tour number 0, then press Enter.
Alarm Link to a Position / Tour
EPTZ9200/9300 Series have 4 alarm inputs that can be set to link to a position or a tour when an alarm is
triggered.
•
Set an alarm link:
Press F1 to set an alarm link. Enter the alarm number, and then press Enter. Switch the Joystick up /
down to select a position or a tour, enter a position or tour number, and then press Enter to
confirm the alarm link setting.
If you set the position number to 99, the dome will do a 360 degree auto scan or AB two point pan
if limit is ON. If you set the position number to 98, the dome will do a frame scan.
•
Delete an alarm link:
Press Clr + F1 to delete a link of alarm to position/tour.
Note:
1. After alarm output signal is terminated, the speed dome will resume action or return to its
original position.
2. After powering on the speed dome, it will detect alarm status automatically.
Other Operations
The EPTZ9200/9300 Series can work with a DVR that has PTZ control functions, and a matching protocol.
The available control functions depend on different DVRs.
The EPTZ9200/9300 Series can work with a keyboard that has PTZ control functions, and a matching
protocol. The available control functions depend on different keyboards.
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