Digital Watchdog DWC-PTZ20X STAR-LIGHT™ 2.1MP/1080p HD Over Coax™ Pan, Tilt, Zoom 20x Dome Camera Manual

Digital Watchdog DWC-PTZ20X STAR-LIGHT™ 2.1MP/1080p HD Over Coax™ Pan, Tilt, Zoom 20x Dome Camera Manual
STAR-LIGHT HDCOAX™ 1080p 2.1MP
20X Pan Tilt Zoom Camera
DWC-PTZ20X
User’s Manual
Ver. 03/20
Before installing and using the camera, please read this manual
carefully. Be sure to keep it handy for future reference.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DO NOT INSERT ANY METALLIC
OBJECTS THROUGH THE VENTILATION GRILLS OR OTHER OPENINGS ON
THE EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
EXPLANATION OF GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
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FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
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.
FCC 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 when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will
be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
CE COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
WARNING
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate
measures.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Read these instructions.
2.
Keep these instructions.
3.
Heed all warnings.
4.
Follow all instructions.
5.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
6.
Clean only with dry cloth.
7.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
8.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type
plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong
is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult
an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified
by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is
used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination
to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
15. CAUTION – THESE SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR USE BY QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT
PERFORM ANY SERVICING OTHER THAN THAT CONTAINED IN THE OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS UNLESS YOU ARE QUALIFIED TO DO SO.
16. Use satisfy clause 2.5 of IEC60950-1/UL60950-1 or Certified/Listed Class 2 power
source only.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 — Introduction .................................................................................................... 6
1.1 Features ................................................................................................................................. 6
Chapter 2 — Installation and Configuration ........................................................................ 7
2.1 Package Contents .................................................................................................................. 7
2.2 Mounting the Camera ............................................................................................................ 8
2.2.1 Locking the Camera ......................................................................................................... 8
2.3 Basic Configuration of Dome Camera System ....................................................................... 10
2.4 Setting Dome Camera Address (ID ...................................................................................... 11
2.5 Setting Dome Camera Video Signal & Coaxitron Protocol..................................................... 11
2.6 Connections ......................................................................................................................... 12
2.7 Getting Started .................................................................................................................... 13
Chapter 3 — Program and Operation ................................................................................ 14
3.1 Accessing the On-Screen Menu Utility .................................................................................. 14
3.2 How to control the On-Screen Menu Utility .......................................................................... 14
3.3 Auto Scan ............................................................................................................................ 15
3.4 Preset .................................................................................................................................. 17
3.5 Tour ..................................................................................................................................... 19
3.6 Pattern................................................................................................................................. 21
3.7 Privacy Zone ........................................................................................................................ 22
3.8 Camera Menu....................................................................................................................... 23
3.9 Dome Communication ......................................................................................................... 26
3.10 Alarm ................................................................................................................................. 27
3.11 Dome Setup ....................................................................................................................... 28
Appendix A — Dimensions ................................................................................................ 35
Appendix B — Troubleshooting......................................................................................... 36
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Chapter 1 — Introduction
1.1 Features
•
Analog HD over Coax Technology with AHD/TVI Signal Support
•
1/2.8" Image Sensor (1080p, 30fps)
•
2.1MP, 1080p Resolution at 30fps
•
STAR-LIGHT™ Super Low Light Technology
•
4.7 ~ 94mm Remote Auto Focus Lens
•
20x Optical Zoom + 16x Digital Zoom
•
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
•
Smart DNR™ 3D Digital Noise Reduction
•
True Day/Night with Mechanical IR Cut Filter
•
Pan 0~360° Endless, 380° Per Second Pan Speed
•
Vector Drive Technology – Pan/Tilt Motion in Shortest Path
•
240 Preset Positions, 8 Patterns, 8 Tours, 16 Auto Scans
•
4 Alarm Sensor Input
•
2 Relay Output
•
Auto Sensing 24VAC/12VDC with Line Lock
•
Secondary Video-BNC Output
•
Easy Icon Driven OSD Menu with Built-in Joystick
•
Programmable Privacy Zones
•
Motion Detection
•
Auto Gain Control (AGC)
•
Backlight Compensation (BLC)
•
Auto White Balance (AWB)
•
RS-485 Built-in
•
IP66 Certified (Weather Resistant)
•
180° Digital Flip
•
Use satisfy clause 2.5 of IEC60950-1/UL60950-1 or Certified/Listed Class 2 power source only.
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Chapter 2 — Installation and Configuration
2.1 Package Contents
Digital Watchdog’s 20x HD over Coax pan, tilt, zoom dome camera is designed with compact, small size,
hard dome camera housing.
The housing is constructed of aluminum, steel and plastic. The housing is designed to be mounted on a
wall or a ceiling. The housing meets the Protection Classification IP66 standards for dust and moisture
resistance.
Before installing the camera, make sure the box includes the following:
* Dome Camera
* Instruction Manual (Quick Start Guide)
* Mounting Template Sheet
* Mounting Bracket
* Safety Lanyard
* Accessory Kit
1) Mounting screws (PH6 x 35.0)
2) Plastic anchors
3) O-Rings
4) Torx wrench
* Accessory Connector
1) 2-Pin Terminal Block
2) 3-Pin Terminal Block
3) 4-Pin Terminal Block
4) 5-Pin Terminal Block
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1
1
1
1
1
1
(4)
(4)
(4)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
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2.2 Mounting the Camera
The dome camera is for use in surface or pendent mounting applications, and the mounting surface must
be capable of supporting loads of up to 10 lb (4.5 kg). (Wall mount and ceiling mount are sold separately.)
The dome camera’s mounting bracket should be attached to a structural object, such as hard wood, wall
stud or ceiling rafter that supports the weight of the dome camera.
CAUTION: A silicone rubber sealant must be applied to seal the housing to secure waterproofing.
2.2.1 Locking the Camera
1. Using the supplied mounting Template Sheet, mark and screw holes on the mounting surface
(Figure A).
2. Fix the Mounting Bracket to the mounting surface using the supplied anchors (4x) and mounting
screws (4x) (Figure B).
3. Hook up the Safety Lanyard to the Safety Lanyard Hook of the Mounting Bracket (Figure C).
4. Align the locking tab on the bracket and the locking slot on the base of the dome (Figure D).
5. Turn the dome counterclockwise about 10 degrees to lock it in position (Figure E).
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CAUTION: Before installing the mounting bracket to the surface, pre-adjust the four mounting
screws "A" on the base of the camera to best match the mounting bracket locked
position. Unscrew the locking screw on the side of the dome's base and fit the tab of the
mounting bracket into the locking slot. Screws "A" should not be too tight or too loose
when the dome is in locked position. After setting the proper positions of screws "A",
remove the mounting bracket and install it to the mounting surface. If it is too difficult
to lock the dome in position after the mounting bracket has been installed, readjust the
screws "A" by slightly unscrewing them and try to install dome camera again.
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2.3 Basic Configuration of Dome Camera System
No.
Connector
1
3-pin terminal block
2
2-pin terminal block
3
4
5-pin terminal block
4-pin terminal block
Wire Color
Description
RED
24VAC or 12VDC+
WHITE
24VAC or 12VDC-
GREEN
RS-485+
BLUE
RS-485-
GRAY
ALARM INPUT 1
VIOLET
ALARM INPUT 2
ORANGE
ALARM INPUT 3
SKY BLUE
ALARM INPUT 4
BLACK
GND
YELLOW
ALARM OUTPUT 1
BLACK & WHITE
GND
SKY BLUE & BALCK
ALARM OUTPUT 2
ORANGE & BLACK
GND
5
BNC jack
BLUE
HD-TVI/AHD OUTPUT
6
BNC jack
BLACK
CVBS OUTPUT
The camera must be installed by a qualified service personnel in accordance with all local and federal
electrical and building codes.
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NOTE: Open the DIP switch cover and change the setting of the DIP switch as needed.
The cover should be closed after setting DIP switch.
2.4 Setting Dome Camera Address (ID
To prevent damage, each dome camera must have a unique address (ID).
The factory default ID is 1.
Refer to ‘3.9 Dome Communication’ section for detailed information.
2.5 Setting Dome Camera Video Signal & Coaxitron Protocol
S1
You can set the video signal with D1 in S1.
S1-D1
Video Signal
OFF
HD-TVI OUTPUT
ON
HD-ANALOG OUTPUT
You can set coaxitron protocol with D2 and D3 in S1.
S1-D2
S1-D3
HD-TVI OUTPUT
AHD OUTPUT
OFF
OFF
TVI-C
A_CP-PTZ
ON
OFF
Pelco-C
Reserved
OFF
ON
Reserved
Reserved
ON
ON
Reserved
Reserved
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2.6 Connections
• Connecting to the RS-485
The dome camera can be controlled remotely by an external device or control system using RS-485 halfduplex serial communications signals.
• Connecting HD-TVI/HD-ANALOG Output connector
Connect the HD-TVI/HD-ANALOG output (BNC) connector to the monitor or video input.
• Connecting CVBS Output connector
Connect the CVBS output (BNC) connector to the monitor or video input.
• Connecting Alarms
- A1, A2, A3, A4 (Alarm Input 1, 2, 3, 4)
You can use external devices to signal the dome camera to react on events. Mechanical or electrical
switches can be wired to the A1, A2, A3, A4 (Alarm Input 1, 2, 3, 4) and G (Ground) connectors.
See Chapter 3 — Program and Operation for configuring alarm input for more information.
- G (Ground)
NOTE: All the connectors marked G or GND are common.
Connect the ground side of the alarm input and/or alarm output to the G (Ground) connector.
- AO1, AO2 (5VTTL Alarm Output 1, 2)
The dome camera can activate external devices such as buzzers or lights. Connect the device to the
AO1, AO2 (Alarm Output 1, 2) and G (Ground) connectors.
See Chapter 3 — Program and Operation for configuring alarm output.
• Connecting the Power
Connect power of 12VDC or 24VAC to the dome camera.
When using a 12VDC adapter, connect the positive (+) pole to the ‘+’ position and
the negative (-) pole to the ‘-’ position.
Use satisfy clause 2.5 of IEC60950-1/UL60950-1 or Certified/Listed Class 2 power source only.
24VAC is recommended for stable operation when using a heater kit.
If using 12VDC, the heater will not operate at all.
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2.7 Getting Started
Once the camera is properly installed, apply power to the dome camera. The dome camera will start a
configuration sequence.
FUNCTION TITLE
001
INFORMATION
DISPLAY
AF AE
STATUS of
FOCUS and AE
EMPTY DATA
ALARM DISPLAY
ALARM:1
DOMEID:0001
360.0 090.0
OSD Position
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CAMERA TITLE & ID
PAN & TILT ANGLE
Chapter 3 — Program and Operation
3.1 Accessing the On-Screen Menu Utility
You can call up the On-screen menu utility on your monitor by pressing the MENU key, the following Onscreen menu will appear:
DOME MENU
AUTO SCAN
PRESET
TOUR
PATTERN
PRIVACY ZONE
CAMERA
DOME COMMUNICATION
ALARM
DOME SETUP
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
3.2 How to control the On-Screen Menu Utility
Function
Button
MENU
Call the On-screen menu utility.
Up, Down
Navigate through the menu items.
Go into the sub-menu items.
Left, Right or IRIS Open
Change value.
Enter the editing title mode.
Left, Right or Tele , Wide
Enter the changing angle mode.
IRIS Open
Exit the changing angle mode.
IRIS Close
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3.3 Auto Scan
The Auto Scan supports up to 17 programmed angles at different speeds. To setup an Auto Scan:
AUTO SCAN SETUP
NUMBER
: 01
TITLE
: A01
MODE
: NORMAL
SPEED
: 5 STEP
START ANGLE : ----- ----END ANGLE : ----- ----SCAN DIR
: CCW
SWAP
: OFF
DWELL
: 03 SEC
FOCUS
: AUTO
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
NUMBER
TITLE
MODE
NORMAL
VECTOR
RANDOM
SPEED
SCAN DIR
SWAP
DWELL
FOCUS
01 ~ 08, 10 ~ 17, 09: AUTO-PAN mode.
up to 6 characters
NORMAL, VECTOR, RANDOM (AUTO-PAN mode: NORMAL, RANDOM only).
Move from start point to end point in panning only
Move from start point to end point with tilt and zoom simultaneously and linearly.
Move randomly between the start point and the end point
1 ~ 13, the lower number the slower the camera will move.
Set the Scan direction, CCW (Counter Clock Wise), CW (Clock Wise).
Swaps the start point for the end point.
Set the dwell time at both start and end points, 01 ~ 99 seconds.
AUTO, MANUAL
1. Press MENU to display the main menu on the monitor. Scroll to Auto Scan and press the Right key.
2. Select “NUMBER” and set the desired number by pressing the Left or Right key.
3. Select “TITLE” and press the Tele or Wide key to enter the title edit mode.
4. Press Tele or Wide to change the alphanumeric characters. Move to the next position by pressing the
Left or Right key or move down to the character table and press the IRIS Open key at the desired
character. The cursor position will move to the next position automatically. Press the Left or Right key
at the “ALL DELETE” to delete all characters. Press Left or Right at the “EXIT” field to finish title edit menu.
TITLE EDIT MENU
A01
*
ABCDEFGHIJ
KLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ0123
456789()
ALL DELETE
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
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(CTRL KEY)
5. Select “MODE” and “SPEED”.
6. Select “START ANGLE”. Press the IRIS Open key to go to the “CONTROL” settings. Move the desired
position and the zoom position. Press the IRIS Close key then the “CONTROL” disappears. To adjust at
the 0.1 degree interval, press the Tele or Wide key at the pan field and the tilt field.
7. Select “END ANGLE”. Press the IRIS Open key to go to the “CONTROL” settings. Move the desired
position and the zoom position. Press the IRIS Close key then the “CONTROL” disappears. To adjust at
the 0.1 degree interval, press the Tele or Wide key at the pan field and the tilt field.
8. Set “SCAN DIR” to CCW or CW.
9. Select “SWAP”, Set to ON to exchange the start angle and the end angle.
10. Set “DWELL time”.
11. Set “FOCUS”.
12. Select “SAVE AND EXIT” and press the Right key.
NOTE: 09: AUTO-PAN mode (endless panning)
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3.4 Preset
If you need to view specific places routinely, you should program Presets. A Preset is a programmed video
scene with automatic pan, tilt, zoom, focus, and AE settings. Once programmed, placing the number
position and pressing the PRST key will move the camera to the set scene and adjust the camera’s settings
automatically. In addition, Presets may be assigned as a “home” position. Users can setup up to 240
individual presets.
There are eight pages of Preset menu. Each page has 30 Presets. Pages can be scrolled by pressing the Left
or Right key on the first or last No. of Preset.
PRESET SETUP
NUMBER : 001
TITLE : -----CAMERA SET
DWELL : -- SEC
1234567890
-*-------------------------NEXT PAGE
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
*
!
Blank Preset position
Position has the Preset
Current cursor position
Follow steps below to store the Preset positions:
1. Press the MENU key to display the main menu on the monitor. Scroll to Preset and press the Right key.
2. Select the blank Preset position to be stored by pressing the Up, Down, Right or Left key.
3. After selecting a blank position, press the IRIS Open key. Use the Up, Down, Right, Left, Tele or Wide
key to control the direction of the camera and lens.
4. After aiming the camera (view direction and lens control), press the IRIS Close key. The cursor will be on
the “TITLE” after saving data then press the Tele or Wide key to edit the Preset title. Follow the
procedure of the Auto Scan above to edit titles.
5. Select “CAMERA SET” and press the Left or Right key. Then the Preset camera setup will be displayed.
PRESET CAMERA SETUP
FOCUS : AUTO
MOTION: OFF
MOTION SETUP
AE SETUP
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
Set FOCUS
Set MOTION
AUTO, MANUAL, ONE PUSH
OFF, ON
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Select “MOTION SETUP” and press the Left or Right key. Then the MOTION setup displays.
MOTION SETUP
SENSITIVITY: 10
POSITION : ALL
DELAY : 00 SEC
OUTPUT : OFF
HOLD TIME : 03 SEC
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
Set SENSITIVITY
Set POSITION
Set DELAY
Set OUTPUT
Set HOLD TIME
00 ~ 20
ALL, CENTER
00 ~ 05 seconds
OFF, OUT1, OUT2
03 ~ 99 seconds
Select “AE SETUP” and press the Left or Right key. Then the AE setup displays. Refer to the AE SETUP
in the camera setup.
6. Set “DWELL time”. (03 ~ 99 seconds)
7. To select the next page of Presets, scroll the page by pressing the Left or Right key on the first or last
columns of the menu.
8. Repeat step 2 through 7 for each additional Preset position.
9. Select “SAVE AND EXIT” and press the Right key.
NOTE: Press the HOME key at programmed Preset position (*) to delete a programmed Preset.
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3.5 Tour
There are 8 programmable Tours. Each Tour consists of up to 40 Preset positions, Patterns, Scans or other
Tours (second-level). Using second-level Tours, it can be expanded to over 300 functions in a single Tour.
TOUR SETUP
NUMBER
: 01
TITLE
: T01
SCAN TYPE : NORMAL
SPEED
: -- STEP
TOUR FUNC
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
TOUR FUNC SETUP
DWELL
: -- SEC
003 A04 --- --- ----- --- --- --- ----- --- P01 --- ----- T02 --- --- ----- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
--SCAN TYPE
DWELL
003
A04
P01
T02
(CTRL KEY)
Blank position
NORMAL, VECTOR
03 ~ 99 seconds
Preset (1 ~ 240)
Auto Scan (1 ~ 8, 10 ~ 17)
Pattern (1 ~ 8)
Tour (1 ~ 8)
Follow the steps below to program the Tours:
1. Press the MENU key to display the main menu on the monitor. Scroll to Tour and press the Right key to
enter the Tour menu.
2. Select “NUMBER” and set the desired number by pressing the Left or Right key.
3. Choose a blank position to be programmed by pressing the Up, Down, Right or Left key.
4. To add a Preset, press the Tele or Wide key then the stored Preset number displays.
5. To place functions other than Preset, press the IRIS Open key to scroll for Tour, Pattern or Auto Scan
respectively.
6. You can also overwrite the programmed number and remove a stored number from the Tour, press the
IRIS Open key until ‘---’ is displaying in the position.
7. Repeat step 2 through 6 for each desired position. Each title will be displayed on top of the line.
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8. To edit the “TITLE”, follow the procedure of the Auto Scan above to edit titles.
9. Select “SAVE AND EXIT” and press the Right key.
You can expand the Tour sequence by calling other programmed Tours.
NOTE: The speed applies in the vector mode only.
NOTE: In Tour mode, in conjunction with Preset and Auto Scan, you can make the camera travel from
a Preset to another Preset at a specific speed.
Example: Preset 001>002>003>004>005>006, Auto Scan 01 starts at Preset 002, ends at Preset 003,
Auto Scan 02 starts at Preset 005, ends at Preset 006;
Tour 001, 002, A01, 004, A02.
1  2 2~3  4  5~6, repeat
where  : Quick move, ~ : Programmed speed
To assign the functions other than Preset in the Tour when the function key is not existed:
Move the cursor to a stored Preset.
Pressing the IRIS Open key will change the Preset number to other function (Auto Scan, Pattern, Tour or
Preset) with the first programmed number.
To change the number, press the Tele or Wide key.
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3.6 Pattern
The Pattern feature records the user’s control of the camera. Up to 8 Patterns can be stored and played
back by pressing No. + PTRN keys subsequently.
PATTERN SETUP
(CTRL KEY)
NO TITLE SEC PERCENT
1 : P01 000 00.0%
2 : P02 000 00.0%
3 : P03 000 00.0%
4 : P04 000 00.0%
5 : P05 000 00.0%
6 : P06 000 00.0%
7 : P07 000 00.0%
8 : P08 000 00.0%
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
Follow steps below to program the Pattern:
1. Press MENU to display the main menu on the monitor. Scroll to Pattern and press the Right key to enter
the Pattern menu.
2. Select the desired Pattern to be programmed by pressing the Up or Down key. If the Pattern is not 000,
a Pattern has already been recorded. Patterns can be overwritten.
3. Press the IRIS Open key then the “CONTROL” displays. Move the position and the zoom position. Press
the IRIS Close key then the “CONTROL” disappears.
4. To edit the “TITLE”, follow the procedure of the Auto Scan above to edit titles.
5. Select “SAVE AND EXIT” and press the Right key.
NOTE: If Pattern recording time reaches 500 seconds, it will automatically stop for a moment.
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3.7 Privacy Zone
Hide up to 16 private scenes in a camera’s view.
There are four pages of Privacy Zone menu. Each page has 4 Privacy Zones.
PRIVACY ZONE SETUP
NO METHOD COLOR
01 ON BLOCK BLACK
02 ON BLOCK BLACK
03 OFF ----- BLACK
04 OFF ----- BLACK
NEXT PAGE
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
(CTRL KEY)
1. Place the cursor at the field.
2. Press the IRIS Open key then the privacy area menu displays. Move the desired position. Press the IRIS
Close key then the “CONTROL” disappears.
To adjust the size, press the Tele or Wide key.
Returns to the previous menu.
PRIVACY AREA MENU
(CTRL KEY)
NUMBER 01
354.8 344.8
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
3. To turn the stored zone ON or OFF, press the Tele or Wide key.
4. Set the “COLOR”: “BLACK”, “WHITE”, “YELLOW”, “CYAN”, “GREEN”, “MAGENTA”, “RED” or “BLUE”.
5. Select “SAVE AND EXIT” and press the Right key.
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3.8 Camera Menu
CAMERA SETUP
FOCUS CONTROL
WB CONTROL
AE CONTROL
CAMERA CONTROL
SHARPNESS
: 03
DIGITAL ZOOM : OFF
IMAGE FLIP
: OFF
PRESET FREEZE : OFF
RESOLUTION
: 1080P/25
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
SHARPNESS
DIGITAL ZOOM
IMAGE FLIP
PRESET FREEZE
RESOLUTION
The higher the value, the more edges in the picture will be enhanced.
(0 ~ 10)
OFF: Zoom range is limited to the optical.
2X: Zoom is extendable up to 2X of digital range.
4X: Zoom is extendable up to 4X of digital range.
8X: Zoom is extendable up to 8X of digital range.
MAX: Zoom is extendable Max digital zoom range.
Turn the camera’s video output upside down and reverses it horizontally.
This option is helpful when the camera is installed upside down.
ON: the image is frozen during calling Preset.
HD-TVI Output: 1080P/30, 1080P/25, 720P/60, 720P/50, 720P/30, 720P/25
HD-ANALOG Output: 1080P/30, 1080P/25
• FOCUS CONTROL
FOCUS SETUP
MODE : AUTO
SENSITIVITY : MID
FOCUS LIMIT : 1M
SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
MODE
SENSITIVITY
FOCUS LIMIT
AUTO, MANUAL, ONE PUSH, CONST MANUAL
Use manual mode in normal use.
LOW, LOW.MID, MID, MID.HIGH, HIGH
This distance is approximate value and the focus operates from the setting value.
CAUTION: Avoid continuous, 24-hour use of the auto focus. This will shorten the lifespan of the
lens.
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• WB (White Balance) CONTROL
WB SETUP
MODE
: AUTO
R GAIN
: --B GAIN
: --SAVE AND EXIT(ESC TO CANCEL)
MODE
AUTO
INCANDESCENT
FLUORESCENT
OUTDOOR
MANAUL
R GAIN
B GAIN
AUTO, MANUAL, INCANDESCENT, FLUORESCENT, OUTDOOR
Computes the white balance value output using color information
from the entire screen automatically.
Auto white balance mode that is compatible with incandescent lamps.
Auto white balance mode that is compatible with fluorescent lamps.
Outdoor white balance mode
Manual mode, you can change R and B Gain manually.
0 ~ 255
0 ~ 255
R GAIN / B GAIN modes are controllable only in MANUAL Mode.
• AE CONTROL
AE SETUP
MODE
: AUTO
DSS
: OFF
IRIS
: AUTO
SHUTTER
: AUTO
BRIGHT
: 10
GAIN LIMIT : 07
NIGHT SHOT : AUTO
ADDITIONAL AE
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MODE
AUTO
MANUAL
I.PRIO
S.PRIO
AUTO, MANUAL, I.PRIO, S.PRIO
Auto exposure mode
Variable Iris, Shutter speed
Variable Iris, Auto Shutter speed
Variable Shutter speed, Auto Iris
DSS
OFF, x2 ~ x8
IRIS
F1.8 ~ F32
SHUTTER
1/30 ~ 1/30000
BRIGHT
0 ~ 20
GAIN LIMIT
0~7
NIGHT SHOT AUTO, ON, OFF, GLOBAL
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The NIGHT SHOT option removes the IR cutoff filter of the camera and makes the camera sensitive to
near infrared.
AUTO
ON
OFF
Camera goes in to B&W mode at low light.
B/W mode
Color mode
NOTE: AUTO in NIGHT SHOT function is not available when AE Control is set to “MANUAL”.
ADDITIONAL AE
ADDITIONAL AE SETUP
ACE
: OFF
WDR
: OFF
WDR WEIGHT
: -BLC
: OFF
HLC
: OFF
HLC LEVEL
: -HLC COLOR
: --DEFOG
: OFF
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ACE
WDR
WDR WEIGHT
BLC
HLC
HLC LEVEL
HLC COLOR
DEFOG
OFF, LOW, MID, HIGH
OFF, ON, NIGHT OFF (NOTE: When ON, BLC will be disabled.)
LOW, MID, HIGH
OFF, ON (NOTE: When ON, WDR will be disabled.)
OFF, ON
0 ~ 20
BLACK, WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE
OFF, ON
• CAMERA CONTROL
CAMERA CONROL
D->N LEVEL
: 070
N->D LEVEL
: 030
D/N DELAY
: 03 SEC
CHROMA
: 08
GAMMA
:2
DNR
: MID
DIS
: OFF
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D->N LEVEL
N->D LEVEL
D/N DELAY
CHROMA
GAMMA
DNR
DIS
0 ~ 255
0 ~ 255
1 ~ 60 seconds
0 ~ 20
0~4
OFF, LOW, MID, HIGH
OFF, ON
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3.9 Dome Communication
To prevent damage, each dome camera must have a unique address (ID).
The factory default setting is 1.
DOME COMMUNICATION
*
DOME ID : 0001
PROTOCOL : AUTO
BAUDRATE : 9600
PARITY
: NONE
TERMINATION : OFF
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DOME ID
PROTOCOL
BAUDRATE
PARITY
TERMINATION (RS-485)
1 ~ 3999
AUTO, F2/F2E, PELCO-PD
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400 bps
NONE, EVEN, ODD
OFF, ON
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3.10 Alarm
ALARM SETUP
NO PRI FUN IN OUT HLD LATCH
1 1 001 NO OUT1 03 OFF
2 1 --- OFF OFF 03 OFF
3 1 --- OFF OFF 03 OFF
4 1 --- OFF OFF 03 OFF
DWELL
: 03 SEC
ALARM OUT SETUP
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NO (Number)
PRI (Priority)
FUN (Function)
IN (Input)
OUT (Output)
HLD (Hold)
LATCH
DWELL
(CTRL KEY)
Alarm input number
The lower number has higher priority (0 ~ 4)
Stored function number to be called by alarm.
NO/NC – normally open/closed, OFF – ignore
OUT1 ~ OUT2 – 5VTTL output, OFF – no output
Alarm will be held for programmed time. (03 to 99 seconds)
ON – Alarm message will remain on the screen even though alarm input is
deactivated.
OFF – Alarm message will disappear from the screen after programmed hold
time when alarm input is deactivated.
Set the dwell time during multiple alarms, 03 to 99 seconds.
ALARM OUT SETUP
OUT1 : ALARM
OUT2 : 1 MIN
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ALARM: alarm output is operated during an alarm operation.
1 ~ 5 MIN (minute): alarm output is operated during this setting time only by the function run of the
dome menu.
NOTE: This 1 ~ 5 MIN setting is not operated by an alarm.
There are 5 levels of priority. The function can be selected by Preset, Auto scan, Pattern or Tour. “0” is the
highest priority. Lower priority alarms won’t be serviced until the higher priority alarm is completed.
Equal priority alarms will be serviced repeatedly with the dwell time.
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3.11 Dome Setup
CONFIGURATION MENU
HOME FUNCTION SETUP
VIEW ANGLE SETUP
ORIGIN OFFSET
FACTORY DEFAULT
DOME RESET
OSD DISPLAY
SYSTEM SETUP
FUNCTION RUN
SYSTEM INFORMATION
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
• HOME FUNCTION SETUP
HOME FUNCTION SETUP
FUNCTION
: NONE
NUMBER
: --WAITING TIME : 120 SEC
ENABLE
: OFF
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FUNCTION
NUMBER
WAITING TIME
ENABLE
NONE, TOUR, PATTERN, AUTO SCAN, PRESET
--10 ~ 240 seconds
ON, OFF
The Home Function can be set so that the camera automatically goes to Tour, Pattern, Auto Scan or
Preset.
For example, if the controller is idle for 120 seconds, the camera goes to Preset 1.
Follow these steps to program the Home position:
1. Select “FUNCTION” by pressing the Left or Right key to scroll through the None, Tour, Pattern, Auto
Scan or Preset functions.
2. Select “NUMBER” and press the Left or Right key. The recorded function number will scroll.
3. Select “WAITING TIME” and press the Left or Right key to select from 10 to 240 seconds.
4. Select “ENABLE” and turn to ON or OFF by pressing the Left or Right key.
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• VIEW ANGLE SETUP
VIEW ANGLE SETUP
PANNING RANGE
FLIP
: 90°
TILT ANGLE LIMIT : 07°
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FLIP
OFF, AUTO, 90°, 100°, 110° and 120°
OFF: The dome camera moves until 90° vertically.
AUTO: When the camera reaches the floor directly above the moving object, it will stop.
At that time, pull it down again to run the auto-flip function. When you use the panning range, it is
recommended to use the flip mode to AUTO.
90°, 100°, 110° and 120°: Allows the image to flip digitally when the camera moves over the setting
angle vertically.
TILT ANGLE LIMIT
-10° ~ 10°
This option is designed to limit the view angle as there is some obstruction in zooming out on specific
areas of the tilt angle.
NOTE: Focus issues may occur in certain conditions.
PANNING RANGE
When the dome camera is installed near a wall, panning range can be limited by user.
PANNING RANGE SETUP
(CTRL KEY)
RIGHT LIMIT : 000.0
LEFT LIMIT
: 000.0
ENABLE
: OFF
SWAP
: OFF
AUTO PAN
: ON
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1. Place the dome camera under 90 degree vertically.
2. Set “RIGHT LIMIT” by pressing the Right key.
3. Set “LEFT LIMIT” by pressing the Left key.
4. Set “ENABLE” to ON to use.
To exchange the right and the left limit, set “SWAP” to ON.
To apply limits on the auto pan (endless panning), set “AUTO PAN” to ON.
NOTE: When the flip mode is 90°, 100°, 110° or 120° and the camera’s view is manually moved
over 90° vertically, the panning range will operate in the opposite side.
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• ORIGIN OFFSET
OFFSET SETUP
(CTRL KEY)
PAN OFFSET : 000.0
TILT OFFSET : 000.0
ENABLE
: OFF
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This feature helps align a new dome camera exactly the same as a previously installed camera.
Dome camera’s origin set and all data initialize option do not override offset values. Only the default set
option in this menu will set the offset value to zero. This can be used to avoid ceiling obstructions.
• FACTORY DEFAULT
Select “FACTORY DEFAULT” to initialize the data.
FACTORY DEFAULT
ARE YOU SURE?
CANCEL
OK
• DOME RESET
DOME RESET
ARE YOU SURE?
CANCEL
OK
This feature is used to re-calibrate the orientation of a dome camera. Origin offset values are not affected
by this function. (Offset is still valid after origin set.)
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• OSD DISPLAY
OSD DISPLAY SETUP
LANQUAGE
: ENGLISH
TITLE
: DOMEID
DOME OSD
: ON
FOCUS/EXPOSURE : OFF
COLOR
: YELLOW
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LANGUAGE
Select the desired language.
TITLE
up to 6 characters
DOME OSD
ON, POSITION, ON (ZOOM), ZOOM, OFF
All display or title will disappear when DOME OSD DISPLAY is set to OFF.
FOCUS/EXPOSURE
ON, OFF
ON: FOCUS and EXPOSURE displays. (AF AE)
COLOR
YELLOW, GRAY, BLUE
• SYSTEM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
MOTOR SETUP
PASSWORD EDIT
ORIGIN CHECK
CALIBRATION : ON
PASSWORD ENABLE : OFF
MENU TIMEOUT : OFF
DOME ANSWER : ON
PRESET FOCUS : AUTO
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CALIBRATION
ON (Auto origin check), OFF
PASSWORD ENABLE
ON (requires the password to enter menu), OFF
MENU TIMEOUT
ON (5 minutes), OFF (always menu display)
DOME ANSWER
ON, OFF (no acknowledge command from the dome)
This option is helpful to escape the collision of the command using some DVR.
PRESET FOCUS
AUTO, MANUAL, ONE PUSH
This option set the default mode of the focus when you save the Preset.
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MOTOR SETUP
Motor Setup menu provides the pan and tilt speed of a camera. User can set the desired speed with
pressing the Left or Right key.
MOTOR SETUP
PROPORTIONAL P/T : ON
P/T MODE
: NORMAL
SLOW PAN MAX
: 40
SLOW TILT MAX
: 40
NORMAL PAN MAX : 90
NORMAL TILT MAX : 90
TURBO PAN MAX
: 360
TURBO TILT MAX : 100
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PROPOTIONAL P/T
ON, OFF
P/T MODE
SLOW PAN Maximum speed
SLOW TILT Maximum speed
NORMAL PAN Maximum speed
NORMAL TILT Maximum speed
TURBO PAN Maximum speed
TURBO TILT Maximum speed
SLOW, NORMAL, TURBO
19° ~ 90°/second
19° ~ 90°/second
40° ~ 360°/second
40° ~ 200°/second
200° ~ 380°/second
90° ~ 300°/second
PASSWORD EDIT
PASSWORD EDIT SETUP
INPUT PASSWORD
PASSWORD:
(CTRL KEY)
ABCDEFGHIJ
KLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ0123
456789()
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You can change the password with 6-digit character in this menu.
The default password is 555555.
When the password enable is on, the input password window displays to enter the menu.
At this time, move the cursor to the desired character and press the IRIS Open key.
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ORIGIN CHECK
If you find the dome in the wrong position during operation, execute this origin check and the dome
camera will return to the right position after the origin check operation.
ORIGIN CHECK
ARE YOU SURE?
CANCEL
OK
• FUNCTION RUN
Execute the function when you use a DVR without function keys (Preset. Pattern, Tour and Scan).
FUNCTION RUN SETUP
PRESET
: --PATTERN
: --TOUR
: --SCAN
: --HOME
AUTO PAN
ALARM OUT
: ---EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
(CTRL KEY)
1. Select the desired Function by pressing the Up or Down key.
2. Select the number by pressing the Tele or Wide key in PRESET, PATTERN, TOUR and SCAN.
3. Press the IRIS Open key to execute.
NOTE: Save the function (PRESET, PATTERN, TOUR and SCAN) before executing it.
- HOME
Select “HOME” and press the IRIS Open key. The dome camera will go to the default position after
assigned period of inactivity passes. The default position may be a Preset, Tour, Pattern or no action.
- AUTO PAN
You can execute the endless auto pan to turn in one direction continuously by selecting Auto-Pan.
Ex)
- ALARM OUT
This function can operate only when the alarm out setup has the time in the alarm menu.
ALARM OUT SETUP
OUT1 : ALARM
OUT2 : 1 MIN
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
Press the IRIS Open key, then that alarm out will operate during setting time only.
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• SYSTEM INFORMATION
SYSTEM INFORMATION
CAMERA TYPE : xxxx-Vx.xx
H/W VERSION : Vx.xx-xxxx
ROM VERSION : Vx.xxxxxx
PROTOCOL : xxxx
BAUDRATE : 9600(NONE)
HD B/D VERSION : Vx.xx
EXIT(ESC TO EXIT)
The system information provides essential information about the dome camera if service is required.
This screen displays the camera type and ROM version. The information on this screen cannot be
modified.
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Appendix A — Dimensions
Units: Inch (mm)
Figure – Dimension
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Appendix B — Troubleshooting
If problems occur, verify the installation of the camera with the instructions in this manual and with other
operating equipment. Isolate the problem to the specific piece of equipment in the system and refer to the
equipment manual for further information.
Problem
Possible Solution
No video.
Verify that power is connected to all pieces of equipment in
the system.
Verify that the power switches are in the ON position.
Check the video connections.
Poor video quality.
Check that the BNC connectors are inserted properly.
Check the voltage level of the dome camera.
Cable for video is shielded.
Dome cameras lose their positions.
Reset the cameras using the Dome configuration menus.
Check that the dome cameras are inserted properly in the
base.
Check the voltage level of the dome camera.
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