Vitek VTD-THD5RM Manual

Vitek VTD-THD5RM Manual
VITEK
Transcendent 5.0 Megapixel Indoor/
Outdoor 4-IN-1 HDA Cameras w/IR LED
Illumination & Motorized Varifocal Lens
FEATURES
• 1/2.5” 5.0 Megapixel Progressive Scan CMOS
Sensor
• High Definition Analog (HDA): HD-TVI & AHD: 5.0
MegaPixel / CVI: 4.0 MegaPixel / CVBS: 960H
Video Output
• 2.8-12mm Motorized Varifocal Lens
• Infrared LED’s with up to 120’ IR Range
• Digital Wide Dynamic Range (D-WDR)
• True Mechanical Day/Night function by ICR
• 3D-DNR Noise Reduction
• IP66 Weather Resistance
• Supports Up The COAX Control
• Over 1500’ HD Video Transmission (Depending on
cable characteristics and integrity)
• Optional Mounts Available
• 12VDC Operation
• 3 Year Warranty
Limited Product Warranty
Safety Precaution
To prevent electrical shock and risk of fire hazards, do not expose this unit
to rain or moisture and only use specified power source..
VITEK products carry a three (3) year limited warranty. VITEK warrants to
the purchaser that products manufactured by VITEK are free of any rightful
claim of infringement or the like, and when used in the manner intended,
will be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of three
(3) years, or as otherwise stated above, from the date of purchase by the
end user. This warranty is nontransferable and extends only to the original
buyer or end user customer of a VITEK Authorized Reseller.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTICAL
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
The product must have been used only for its intended purpose, and not
been subjected to damage by misuse, willful or accidental damage, caused
by excessive voltage or lightning.
The product must not have been tampered with in any way or the
guarantee will be considered null and void.
The symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electrical shock.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
The symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the unit.
Contact your local VITEK Reseller should servicing become necessary.
VITEK makes no warranty or guarantee whatsoever with respect to
products sold or purchased through unauthorized sales channels. Warranty
support is available only if product is purchased through a VITEK
Authorized Reseller.
Warning :
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment
is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at
their own expense.
Caution :
Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority
to operate the equipment.
Main power quality should be that of a typical commercial environment. If the user
of the model requires continued operation during power interruptions, it is
recommended that the device be powered from an uninterruptible power supply
(UPS).
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VTC-THB5RM Components
Camera
Screws
User Manual
Drill Template
Video Connection
Connect the BNC video connector to a BNC cable, then to a DVR.
Monitor
Overview
2
Video
Video Output Mode Switch:
1
3
4
This series supports TVI /AHD/CVI/CVBS video output.
The video output can be changed by holding and pressing the button in the
video switch cable for 5 seconds (the default video output is TVI). Before
switching video outputs, please remove the cover of the video switch cable.
Power Connection
8
9
10
5
6
1
Lens
6
Output Mode Switch
2
Sun Shield
7
Power Cable
3
Mount Lock
8
Lens Cover
4
Mount Base
9
Zoom
5
BNC Video Output
10
Focus
Connect the power connector to a regulated 12 VDC power adaptor.
7
12VDC
Power
3
Installation
Before you begin, please make sure that the wall or ceiling is strong
enough to withstand 3 times the weight of the camera. The mounting
steps are as follows:
3. Loosen the mount lock to adjust the Pan and Tilt of the camera, then
tighten the mount lock to secure the viewing angle adjustments.
1. Attach the drill template to
the place where you want to
install the camera, then drill
3 screw holes and 1 cable
hole (if you want to route the
cables through the mounting
base) according to the drill
template
360° Pan
90° Tilt
4. To adjust the lens, start by removing the Lens Cover, then adjust
the Focus and Zoom levers to achieve a clear image. Replace
the Lens Cover. (if your camera is Fixed lens, please skip this
step)
2. Route the cables and connect the power & video cables, then
secure the mounting base to the ceiling or wall with screws.
Lens Cover
Zoom
Focus
5. Carefully remove the protective film from the lens
to complete the installation.
Ceiling Mounted
Wall Mounted
4
Video Connection
VTD-THD5RM Components
Connect the BNC video connector to a BNC cable, then to a DVR.
Monitor
Camera
Screws
Manual
Hex Wrench
Drill Template
Overview
Video
3
4
2
Video Output Mode Switch:
5
6
7
This series supports TVI /AHD/CVI/CVBS video output.
The video output can be changed by holding and pressing the button in the
video switch cable for 5 seconds (the default video output is TVI video
output). Before switching video outputs, please remove the cover of the
video switch cable.
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1
Power Connection
Connect the power connector to a regulated 12 VDC power adaptor.
9
1
Dome Cover
6
2
Lens
7
Zoom
3
BNC Video Output
8
Lock Screw
4
Output Mode Switch
9
Mounting Base
5
Power Cable
Focus
12VDC
Power
5
Installation
Before you begin, please make sure that the wall or ceiling is strong
enough to withstand 3 times the weight of the camera. The mounting
steps are as follows:
1. Loosen the screws
to open the lower
dome and then
loosen the lock
screw to remove the
mounting base.
4. Install the camera to the mounting base with the lock screw.
Lock Screw
5. Adjust the Three-axis camera
bracket to obtain the
optimium viewing angle.
Tilt 0°~75°
2. Attach the drill template to
the place where you want to
install the camera, then drill
4 screw holes and 1 cable
hole (if you want to route the
cables through the mounting
base) according to the drill
template.
6. Adjust the Focus and Zoom
screw to achieve a clear
image.
7. Install the dome bubble on
the camera with the screws,
then carefully remove the
protective film to complete
the installation.
3. Route the cables and
connect the power & video
cables, then secure the
mounting base to the ceiling
or wall with screws.
6
Pan 0°~360°
Rotation 0°~360°
Zoom
Focus
VTC-THT5RM Components
Camera
Hex Wrench
Manual
Mounting Plate
Screws
Rubber Plug
Video Connection
Connect the BNC video connector to a BNC cable, then to a DVR.
Monitor
Overview
Video
3
Video Output Mode Switch:
4
5
2
This series supports TVI /AHD/CVI/CVBS video output.
The video output can be changed by holding and pressing the button in the
video switch cable for 5 seconds (the default video output is TVI video
output). Before switching video outputs, please remove the cover of the
video switch cable.
1
Power Connection
Connect the power connector to a regulated 12 VDC power adaptor.
1
Lens
4
Output Mode Switch
2
Lock Screws
5
Power Cable
3
BNC Video Output
12VDC
Power
7
Installation
4. Tighten the lock screws to secure the viewing angle adjustments.
Before you begin, please make sure that the wall or ceiling is strong
enough to withstand 3 times the weight of the camera. The mounting
steps are as follows:
1. Attach the drill template to
the place where you want to
install the camera, then drill
3 screw holes and 1 cable
hole (if you want to route the
cables through the mounting
base) according to the drill
template.
2. Route the cables and
connect the power & video
cables, then secure the
mounting base to the ceiling
or wall with screws.
3. Loosen the lock screws, then
adjust the camera to obtain
the optimium viewing angle.
Confirm the correct viewing
angle with a monitor. Next
insert the rubber plug.
5. Carefully remove the protective film from the lens to complete the
installation.
Protective
Lens Film
Rubber Plug
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Adjusting the Motorized Lens
1. Click once on the image you want to adjust and then click on the PTZ icon on the sub toolbar
2. The PTZ screen will open and using the Zoom -/+ the lens in the camera will now Zoom in or out
and will auto focus
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Camera OSD Menu
The Transcendent 4-in1 camera series must be connected to a DVR
which supports HD-TVI/AHD video signal input and COC protocol to
access the OSD setup menu. Different DVRs manufacturers may have
different modes of menu operation.
The Following image will pop-up when you left click once on the
image when using Transcendent HDA DVR's.
You will see the following interface by clicking the PTZ button.
Click on the OSD tab and then click on the camera menu
button.
You can select the menu by clicking
(U) or
(D) key on the
direction area. Click
(L) or
(R) key to select the menu on the
left. The menu with arrow icon which means it has sub-menu. You
can select the menu and click the Enter Button
to enter the
sub-menu. to return to previous screen, arrow down to Return and
click Enter Button. To Exit menu arrow down to Exit and click Enter
Button.
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Detailed Specifications
Image Sensor
Signal System
Effective Pixels
Resolution
Video Output
Frame Rate
Lens
Day/Night
Min. IIIumination
IR LEDs
IR Distance
S/N Ratio
WDR
Defog
Digital Noise Reduction (DNR)
White Balance
BLC
Up the COAX Control (COC)
Transmission Distance
Power Input
Power Consumption (12VDC)
Weather Resistance
Operation Conditions
Weight
Dimensions
VTC-THB5RM
VTC-THT5RM
VTD-THD5RM
1/2.5” 5.0 Megapixel Progressive Scan CMOS Sensor
PAL/NTSC
2592 x 1944
HD-TVI & AHD: 5.0 MegaPixel / CVI: 4.0 MegaPixel / CVBS: 960H
HD-TVI / AHD / CVI / CVBS (Selectable)
20fps
3.3-12mm (Motorized Varifocal)
True Day/Night by ICR
Color: 0.001 lux@F1.2, AGC ON / B/W: 0 lux (with IR ON)
36 Dynamic Intensity LEDs
2 High Power LEDs
30 Dynamic Intensity LEDs
120’
100'
100’
≥52dB (AGC Off)
D-WDR
YES
2D-DNR
Auto (AWB)
YES
YES
Up to 1500’ (Depending on cable characteristics & integrity)
12VDC
IR Off: 120mA / IR On: 480mA
IR On: 90mA / IR Off: 245mA
IR On: 90mA / IR Off: 290mA
IP66
IP66
IP66 / IK10
-4~122 / 10%~90% Humidity
21.16 oz. / 1.32 lbs. / 600g
23.28 oz. / 1.46 lbs. / 660 g
34.22 oz. / 2.14 lbs. / 970g
3.43 x 8.62” (87mm x 219mm) Dia x L 5.13" x 4.23" (130mm x 109mm) Dia x W 5.91” x 4.49” (150 x 114mm) Dia x H
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OPTIONAL MOUNTS FOR
TRANSCENDENT CAMERAS
VT-TJB01
Junction Box for Cable
Management for use with all
Transcendent Bullet and Turret
Style Cameras
VT-TJB02A
Junction Box for Cable
Management for use with
Transcendent 30 IR LED Vandal
Domes
VT-TWM03
Wall Mount for Transcendent
30 IR LED Vandal Domes and
Varifocal Turret Cameras
VT-TPDMT-A1
Universal 10" Pedestal Mount
Post Adapter - Requires
VT-TJB02A
VT-TWMT-A1
Universal 10" Wall Mount
Post Adapter - Requires
VT-TJB02A
28492 CONSTELLATION ROAD VALENCIA, CA 91355
WWW.VITEKCCTV.COM
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Version 2.0
December 2018
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