High-definition Vari-focal Bullet Camera

High-definition Vari-focal Bullet Camera
High-definition Vari-focal
Bullet Camera
User Manual
UD.6L0201D0111A01
High-definition Vari-focal Bullet Camera· User Manual
Thank you for purchasing our product. If there are any questions,
or requests, please do not hesitate to contact the dealer.
This manual applies to following cameras:
Model
Model
DS-2CC1181P(N)-VFIR
DS-2CC1191P(N)-VFIR
DS-2CC1195P(N)-VFIR
DS-2CC1197P(N)-VFIR
DS-2CC11A1P(N)-VFIR
DS-2CC11A5P(N)-VFIR
DS-2CC11A7P(N)-VFIR
This manual may contain several technical incorrect places or
printing errors, and the content is subject to change without notice.
The updates will be added to the new version of this manual. We
will readily improve or update the products or procedures
described in the manual.
DISCLAIMER STATEMENT
“Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (“UL”) has not tested the
performance or reliability of the security or signaling as pects of
this product. UL has only tested for fire, shock or casualty hazards
as outlined in UL’s Standard(s) for Safety, UL60950-1. UL
Certification does not cover the performance or reliability of the
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WHATSOEVER REGARDING THE PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY
OF ANY SECURITY OR SIGNALING RELATED FUNCTIONS OF THIS
PRODUCT.
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Regulatory Information
FCC Information
FCC compliance: This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for 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.
FCC Conditions
This device complies w ith part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
EU Conformity Statement
This product and - if applicable - the supplied
accessories too are marked with "CE" and comply
therefore with the applicable harmonized
European standards listed under the Low Voltage Directive
2006/95/EC, the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
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with this symbol cannot be disposed of as
unsorted municipal waste in the European Union.
For proper recycling, return this product to your
local supplier upon the purchase of equivalent new
equipment, or dispose of it at designated collection points. For
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contains a battery that cannot be disposed of as
unsorted municipal waste in the European Union.
See the product documentation for specific battery
information. The battery is marked w ith this
symbol, which may include lettering to indicate cadmium (Cd),
lead (Pb), or mercury (Hg). For proper recycling, return the battery
to your supplier or to a designated collection point. For more
information see: www.recyclethis.info.
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Table of Contents
1 Introduction ........................................................................7
1.1 Product Features ...................................................... 7
1.2 Overview ................................................................. 9
2 Installation........................................................................10
2.1 Mounting................................................................ 10
Wall Mounting ........................................................ 10
Wall Mounting With a Junction Box ......................... 12
Wall Mounting With a Gang Box .............................. 15
2.2 Three-axis Adjustment ........................................... 16
2.3 Zoom and Focus Adjusting ..................................... 18
2.4 Wiring .................................................................... 19
3 Menu Description ..............................................................20
3.1 Menu Description (A).............................................. 20
3.1.1 Menu Overview ............................................. 20
3.1.2 Lens Settings ................................................ 21
3.1.3 Shutter/AGC Setting ..................................... 22
3.1.4 White Balance Setting ................................... 25
3.1.5 Back light Compesation Setting ..................... 27
3.1.6 Picture Adjust Setting.................................... 28
3.1.7 ATR Setting ................................................... 29
3.1.8 Motion Detection Setting ............................... 30
3.1.9 Privacy Mask Setting ..................................... 32
3.1.10 Day/Night Setting ....................................... 33
3.1.11 NR Setting .................................................. 36
3.1.12 Camera ID Setting ...................................... 36
3.1.13 SYNC Setting .............................................. 38
3.1.14 Language Setting ........................................ 39
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3.1.15 Camera Reset Setting.................................. 39
3.1.16 Defective Pixel Correct Settings ................... 39
3.1.17 Save All/Exit ............................................... 40
3.2 Menu Description (B).............................................. 41
3.2.1 Scene ........................................................... 42
3.2.2 Exposure....................................................... 42
3.2.3 Funtion ......................................................... 50
3.2.4 System ......................................................... 58
3.2.5 Language ...................................................... 60
3.2.6 Exit ............................................................... 61
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1 Introduction
1.1 Product Features
This series of camera adopts high-sensitive sensor and advanced
circuit board design techno logy. It features high resolution, low
distortion, and low noise features, etc., which makes it extremely
suitable for surveillance system and image process system.
The main features of DS-2CC1181P (N)-VFIR, DS-2CC1191P
(N)-VFIR, and DS-2CC11A1P (N)-VFIR are as follows:

Adopt high performance SONY CCD, which provides
high-definition and clear image

Low illumination, 0.001 Lux @ (F1.2, AGC ON), 0 Lux w ith IR

ICR filter auto switch

Support Digital Wide Dynamic Range (D-WDR) for backlighting
surveillance

OSD menu, parameters are configurable

SMART IR

Auto Iris

Auto white balance with high color rendition

Privacy mask with 8 optional co lors and 12 configurable areas

Advanced 3-axis design allows the dome camera to meet the
different mounting requirements

Ingress protection level reaches IP66
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The main features of DS-2CC1195P (N)-VFIR, DS-2CC1197P
(N)-VFIR, DS-2CC11A5P-VFIR, and DS-2CC11A7P (N)-VFIR are as
follows:

Adopt high performance SONY CCD, which provides
high-definition and clear image

Low illumination, 0.001 Lux @ (F1.2, AGC ON), 0.0001 Lux @
(F1.2, AGC ON, sensitivity × 512), 0 Lux with IR

ICR filter auto switch

Wide Dynamic Range (supported by DS-2CC1197P (N)-VFIR
and DS-2CC11A7P (N)-VFIR)for backlighting surveillance

OSD menu, parameters are configurable

Back Light Compensation (BLC) with programmable BLC area

3D digital noise reduce to get clear and smooth image

SMART IR

Auto Iris

Electronic image stabilization (EIS) function to get steady and
clear image

Auto white balance with high color rendition

Support Privacy mask with 8 optional colors and 12
configurable areas

Advanced 3-axis design allows the dome camera to meet the
different mounting requirements

Ingress protection level reaches IP66
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1.2 Overview
Figure 1-1 Overview
Table 1-1 Description
No.
Description
1
Sun Shield
2
Front Cover
3
Main Body
4
Bracket
5
Junction Box
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2 Installation
Before you start:
 Please make sure that the device in the package is in good
condition and all the assembly parts are included.
 Make sure that all the related equipment is power-off during the
installation.
 Check the specification of the products for the installation
environment.
 Check whether the power supply is matched w ith your AC outlet
to avoid damage.
 If the product does not function properly, please contact your
dealer or the nearest service center. Do not disassemble the
camera for repair or maintenance by yourself.
 Please make sure the wall is strong enough to withstand three
times the weight of the camera.
2.1 Mounting
This camera is equipped with a bracket on the bottom. It can be
mounted to a wall directly. It can also be mounted to a wall with a
junction box or with a gang box.
Wall Mounting
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Steps:
1. Attach the drill template (supplied) to the wall where you want
to fix the camera.
2. Drill four screws holes according to the number one holes of
the drill template. Refer to the Figure 2-1.
3. Drill one cable hole according to the sign shown on the Figure
2-1.
2
CEILING MOUNTING
1
1
Cabling Hole
2
1:Screw Hole for
Bracket
2
2:Screw Hole for
Mounting Base
1
1
2
Figure 2-1 Drilling Holes in the Wall
4. Connect the corresponding power cable and the video cable.
5. Secure the camera to the wall with expansion screws. Refer to
the Figure 2-2.
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Figure 2-2 Secure the Camera
Wall Mounting With a Junction Box
Steps:
1. Attach the drill template (supplied) to the wall where you want
to fix the camera.
2. Drill four screw holes in the wall according to the number two
holes of the drill template. Refer to the Figure 2-3.
3. Drill one cable hole according to the sign shown on the Figure
2-1Figure 2-3Figure 2-1.
Note: If you want to route the cables through the side of the
junction box, you can skip this step.
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2
CEILING MOUNTING
1
1
Cabling Hole
2
1:Screw Hole for
Bracket
2
2:Screw Hole for
Mounting Base
1
1
2
Figure 2-3 Drill Holes in the Wall
4. Secure the junction box to the wall w ith the expansion screws.
Figure 2-4 Secure the Junction Box
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5. Route the cables of the camera.

Route the cables through the junction box and the cable ho le
if there is a cable hole drilled on the ceiling.

Route the cables through the side outlet of the junction box to
the surface of the ceiling if there is no cable hole drilled on the
ceiling.
6. Hook the camera to the junction box with the safety rope.
Refer to the Figure 2-5.
Figure 2-5 Hook the Camera to the Junction Box
7. Secure the camera to the junction box with the supplied hex
screws to complete the installation.
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Figure 2-6 Secure the Camera
Wall Mounting With a Gang Box
Steps:
1. Secure the adapter plate to the wall with screws.
Ceiling
Gang Box
Adpater Plate
Figure 2-7 Secure the Camera Attachment
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2. Route the cables of the camera.
3. Secure the camera to the adapter plate w ith screws to
complete the mounting. Refer to the Figure 2-8.
Ceiling
Adapter
Plate
Gang Box
Mou
n
Bas ting
e
Figure 2-8 Secure the Camera
2.2 Three-axis Adjustment
Purpose:
3-axis (pan/tilt/rotation) adjustment meets the different
installation requirements, and it allows you to get an optimum
surveillance angle easily.
Pan Adjustment
Steps:
1. Loosen the lock screw-1.
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2. Adjust the panning position of the camera. The adjusting range
is from 0 degree to 360 degrees.
3. Tighten the lock screw-1.
Tilt Adjustment
Steps:
1. Loosen the lock screw-3.
2. Adjust the tilting position of the camera. The adjusting range is
from 0 degree to 90 degrees.
3. Tighten the lock screw-3.
Rotation Adjustment
Steps:
1. Loosen the lock screw-2.
2. Rotate the rotation position to adjust the azimuth angle of the
image. The adjusting range is from 0 degrees to 360 degrees.
3. Tighten the lock screw-2.
360°
90°
3
2
1
360
Figure 2-9 3-axis Adjustment
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2.3 Zoom and Focus Adjusting
This series of camera supports external lens adjustment. You can
adjust the zoom and the focus by the steps below.
Steps:
1. Loosen the screws at the bottom of the camera.
2. Open the lens adjusting lid. Refer to the Figure 2-10.
3. Connect the MONITOR interface to a monitor with the supplied
video cable.
4. Loosen the screws near FOCUS and ZOOM.
5. Adjust the zoom and focus to obtain the clear image in the
monitor.
6. Tighten the zoom and focus screws.
7. Close the lens adjusting lid.
8. Tighten the screw to secure the lid to avoid water leakage.
Focus Zoom Menu Monitor
Figure 2-10 Zoom and Focus Adjustment
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2.4 Wiring
Figure 2-11 The Power and the Video Cable
Notes:

Please make sure that the power adapter can match with the
camera.

The standard power supply of the camera is 12V DC or 24V AC
(Please refer to technical specifications for more details).
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3 Menu Description
3.1 Menu Description (A)
Note:
The menu described in this chapter is applicable to DS-2CC1181P
(N)-VFIR, DS-2CC1191P (N)-VFIR, and DS-2CC11A1P (N)-VFIR.
3.1.1 Menu Overview
This series of camera supports OSD menu operation, and the menu
is listed below:
LENS
AUTO, MANUAL
SHUTTER/
SHUT+AUTO IRIS, AUTO
IRIS, SHUT+AGC, SHUT
AGC
Main
Menu
WHITE BAL
ATW, PUSH, PUSH LOCK,
USER1, USER2, ANTI CR,
MANUAL
BACKLIGHT
BLC,HLC
PICT
ADJUST
MIRROR, BRIGHTNESS,
CONTRAST, SHARPNESS,
HUE, GAIN
ATR
LUMINANCE, CONTRAST
MOTION DET
DETECT SENSE, BLOCK
DISP, MONITOR AREA,
AREA SEL
PRIVACY
AREA SEL, COLOR, TRANSP,
MOSAIC
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DAY/NIGHT
AUTO, COLOR, B/W,
EXT1/EXT2
NR
Y LEVEL
CAMERA ID
SYNC
INT , LINELOCK
LANGUAGE
English/Chinese/Japanese/
French/Russian/
Portuguese/ Spanish/
German
CAMERA
RESET
DPC
EXIT/SAVE
ALL
Note:
This series of camera adopts joystick control. You can select the
menu item by setting the joystick, which is beside the lens, to
up/down/left/right.
3.1.2 Lens Settings
Move the cursor to LENS, and then set the menu button left/right
to select MANUAL or AUTO.

Selecting MANUAL mode, the iris is set at the maximum value,
and it is not configurable.

Selecting AUTO mode, press the menu button to enter the
AUTO IRIS submenu.
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AUTO IRIS
TYPE
MODE
SPEED
DC
AUTO
---|-----080
RETURN
Figure 3-1 AUTO IRIS
AUTO IRIS function can automatically adjust the iris according to
the changing light conditions.
TYPE: It supports Direct Current Driven (DC). There is a drive
circuit in the camera which can directly output DC control voltage
to control electronic motor.
MODE: AUTO, OPEN, and CLOSE is selectable for iris mode.
Selecting AUTO means the iris adjusts automatically according to
the changing light environment; selecting OPEN means the iris is
fully open; and selecting CLOSE mean the iris is totally closed.
SPEED: Adjust the iris speed. The higher the value is, the faster
the speed of the auto iris is. The value ranges from 0 to 255.
Note:
It is recommended that you adjust the iris speed only when the iris
vibrates.
3.1.3 Shutter/AGC Setting
SHUTTER/AGC allows you to adjust the image brightness in
different light conditions.
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MANUAL or AUTO mode is selectable for the shutter and AGC.
AUTO Mode:

HIGH LUMINANCE
Move the cursor to Mode in HIGH LUMINANCE, and select
SHUT+AUTO IRIS or AUTO IRIS. SHUT+AUTO IRIS means
adjust the image brightness via shutter and iris. AUTO IRIS means
adjust the image brightness via iris.
Move the cursor to BRIGHTNESS in HIGH LUMINANCE, and
select the value to adjust the brightness.
Note: High luminance means the environmental illumination is
quite high, and the image brightness is controlled by the shutter
and the iris. If you set the lens as Manual in the Lens Settings
interface, only Shutter is available for Mode, which means the
image brightness is controlled via shutter. The value ranges from 0
to 255.

LOW LUMINANCE
Move the cursor to Mode in LOW LUMINANCE. Only AGC is
available, which means the image brightness is adjusted by AGC.
Move the cursor to Brightness in LOW LUMINANCE, and adjust
the AGC value to control the image brightness. ×1.00, ×0.75, ×
0.50 and ×0.25 are selectable
Note:
Low Luminance means the environmental illumination is low, and
you can use the AGC to brighten the image.
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AUTO SETUP
HIGH LUMINANCE
MODE
SHUT+AUTO IRIS/AUTO IRIS
BRIGHTNESS
----|---- 080
LOW LUMINANCE
MODE
BRIGHTNESS
AGC
×0.50
RETURN
Figure 3-2 AUTO SETUP
Manual Mode:
Move the cursor to Mode in Manual, SHUT+AGC is selectable.
You can adjust the image brightness by shutter and AGC.
MANUAL SETUP
MODE
SHUTTER
AGC
SHUT+AGC
1/50
6.00
RETURN
Figure 3-3 MANUAL SETUP
Shutter: 1/50, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1k, 1/2k, 1/4k, and 1/10k
are selectable for PAL standard.
1/60, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1k, 1/4k, and 1/10k are selectable
for NTSC standard.
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AGC: 6.00, 12.00, 18.00, 24.00, 30.00, 36.00, 42.00, and 44.80
are selectable for the AGC value.
3.1.4 White Balance Setting
Move the cursor to the White Balance, and select ATW, PUSH,
PUSH LOCK, USER1, USER2, ANTI CR and MANUAL by setting
the menu button to left/right.

ATW(Auto Tracking White Balance)
In ATW mode, white balance is continuously being adjusted in
real-time according to the color temperature of the scene
illumination.
SPEED
The speed can be set from 0
to 255.
DELAY CNT
It is the response time when
the color temperature
changes.
ATW FRAME
It is used to adjust the
image size of the ATW
image.
ENVIRONMENT
INDOOR and OUTDOOR are
selectable.
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ATW
SPEED
DELAY CNT
ATW FRAME
ENVIRONMENT
------|--239
--|------016
×1.00
INDOOR
RETURN
Figure 3-4 ATW

USER 1/USER2
USER 1 is the indoor mode and it is suitable for the indoor
environment. B-Gain and R-Gain are adjustable.
USER 2 is suitable for the fluorescent light environment. B-Gain
and R-Gain are adjustable.
USER 1 WB
B-GAIN
R-GAIN
---|-----030
---|-----033
RETURN
Figure 3-5 USER 1 WB

MANUAL
Selecting MANUAL and pressing the button to enter the MANUAL
WB submenu. Customize the LEVEL value on your demand.
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MANUAL WB
LEVEL
----|----064
RETURN
Figure 3-6 MANUAL WB

PUSH
In the PUSH mode, the viewed image retains color balance
automatically. The color in the image balances according to the
color temperature.

PUSH LOCK
In the PUSH LOCK mode, you can select a scene, and manually
adjust the white balance, and then lock the color temperature. It is
suitable for the environment which the color temperature slightly
changes.

ANTI CR (Anti Color Rolling)
In ANTI CR mode, the system suppresses the color rolling under
the fluorescent light environment.
3.1.5 Back light Compesation Setting
Move the cursor to the BLC and select OFF, BLC or HLC by
pressing left/right button.

BLC (Backlight Compensation)
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If there’s a strong backlight, the object in front of the backlight
appears silhouetted or dark. BLC can correct the exposure of the
subject. The BLC area is not configurable.

HLC(Highlight Compensation)
HLC masks the strong light sources that usually flare across a
scene. This makes it possible to see the detail of the image that
would normally be hidden.
3.1.6 Picture Adjust Setting
Move the cursor to PICT ADJUST. Press the confirm button to
enter the PICT ADJUST submenu. MIRROR, BRIGHTNESS,
CONTRAST, SHARPNESS, HUE, and GAIN are adjustable.

MIRROR
If you turn the MIRROR function on, the image flips horizontally.
It looks like the image in the mirror.

BRIGHTNESS
The image brightness is adjustable from 0 to 255.

CONTRAST
This feature enhances the difference in color and light between
parts of an image. The value ranges from 0 to 255.

SHARPNESS
SHARPNESS describes the clarity of the details in the image. The
value ranges from 0 to 255.

HUE
Adjust this feature to change the color of the image. The va lue
ranges from 0 to 255.
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
GAIN
Adjust this feature to change the saturation of the color. The value
ranges from 0 to 255.
PICT ADJUST
MIRROR
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
HUE
GAIN
OFF
|-------- 000
----|---- 128
----|---- 128
----|---- 128
----|---- 128
RETURN
Figure 3-7 PICT ADJUST
3.1.7 ATR Setting
ATR is the digital dynamic range function which can adjust the
brightness and contrast level of the image, and balance the
brightness level of the whole image.
Move the cursor to ATR. Set the button left/right to select ON or
OFF. After you set it to ON, you can press the menu button to
enter the ATR submenu.
LUMINANCE
MID, HIGH, and LOW are selectable,
standing for middle, high and low
luminance respectively.
CONTRAST
MID, HIGH, LOW, MIDLOW and MIDHIGH
are selectable.
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ATR
LUMINANCE
CONTRAST
LOW
LOW
RETURN
Figure 3-8 ATR
3.1.8 Motion Detection Setting
There are two kinds of MOTION DET panes: BLOCK DISP and
MONITOR AREA. Two panes can take effect simultaneously.
BLOCK DISP
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to MOTION DET, and select ON and press the
menu button to enter the submenu.
2. Position the cursor on DETECT SENSE, and set the menu
button left/right to adjust the sens itivity level. 0 to 255 are
selectable.
3. Position the cursor on BLOCK DISP, and set the menu button
left/right to select ENABLE.
4. Press the menu button to enter the setup interface of the
detection panes.
5. Select ON to enable BLOCK DISP.
6. Move the cursor to MONITOR AREA and select ON.
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7. Return to the MAIN MENU and click SAVE ALL.
8. You can find the BLOCK DISP take effect after you exit the
main menu.
MONITOR AREA
Steps:
9. Move the cursor to MOTION DET, select ON and press the
menu button to enter the submenu.
10. Position the cursor on DETECT SENSE, and set the menu
button left/right to adjust the sensitivity level.
11. Position the cursor on MONITOR AREA. Select OFF to disable
area motion detection. Select ON to enable area motion
detection.
12. Position the cursor on AREA SEL to select one area. There are
four areas available.
13. Set the values of TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT and RIGHT. The size
and position of the area is defined by these values. And after
you set all this value, you can see a frame on the image.
14. Return to the MAIN MENU and click SAVE ALL.
15. You can find the MONITOR AREA frame take effect after you
exit the main menu.
Note:
The MONITOR AREA frame takes effect only when the BLOCK
DISP panes are included in the MONITOR AREA frame.
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MOTION DET
DETECT SENSE
BLOCK DISP
MONITOR AREA
AREA SEL
TOP
BUTTOM
LEFT
RIGHT
----|---- 111
OFF
ON
1/4
----|---- 128
----|---- 128
----|---- 128
----|---- 128
RETURN
Figure 3-9 MOTION DET
3.1.9 Privacy Mask Setting
This feature allows you to cover certain areas which you don’t want
to be viewed or recorded. Up to 8 privacy areas are configurable.
Steps:
16. Move the cursor to PRIVACY, and press menu button to enter
the PRIVACY submenu.
17. Select one privacy area in AREA SEL.
18. Set the values of TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT and RIGHT. The size
and the position of the area can be defined by these values.
19. Select the color and the transparency values for the privacy
area. Turn the MOSAIC on if you want to mosaic the privacy
areas.
20. Repeat the steps 1 to step 4 to configure other privacy areas.
AREA SEL
There are 8 areas available.
COLOR
There are 8 colors available.
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TRANSP
The available values are 1.00, 0.75, 0.50, and
0.00.
PRIVACY
AREA SEL
TOP
BUTTOM
LEFT
RIGHT
COLOR
TRANSP
MOSAIC
1/8
----|---- 128
----|---- 128
----|---- 128
----|---- 128
1
0.00
OFF
RETURN
Figure 3-10 PRIVACY
Note:
When the motion detection is on, up to 4 privacy areas are
configurable.
3.1.10 Day/Night Setting
Move the cursor to DAY/NIGHT, and select AUTO, COLOR, EXT
1/EXT 2 or B/W by setting the menu button to left/right.
COLOR mode is used for normal lighting conditions.
B/W mode can increase the sensitivity in low light conditions.
AUTO Mode Setting
In AUTO mode, the day mode and the night mode can sw itch
automatically.
Steps:
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21. After moving the cursor to DAY/NIGHT, set the menu button
left/right to select AUTO.
22. Press menu button to enter the submenu.
BURST
Burst is an analog video, composite video
signal generated by a video-signal
generator used to keep the chrominance
subcarrier synchronized in a color
television signal. Select ON or OFF to
enable or disable the color burst function.
DELAYCNT
The value ranges from 0 to 255. This value
is the delay time before the day/night
mode switches.
DAYNIGHT
The value ranges from 0 to 255. The day
mode switches to the night mode when the
light condition reaches to the value you
select.
NIGHTDAY
The value ranges from 0 to 255. The night
mode switches to the day mode when the
light condition reaches to the value you
select.
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DAY/NIGHT
BURST
DELAY CNT
DAY→NIGHT
NIGHT→DAY
OFF
|--------000
---|-----003
---|-----005
RETURN
Figure 3-11 DAY/NIGHT
B/W Mode Setting
BURST: In the B/W submenu, select ON or OFF to enable or
disable the color burst function.
IR OPTIMIZER: The camera will calculate the image brightness
by the DSP, and suppress the IR brightness if the image is
overexposed caused by the infra-red light.
B/W
BURST
OFF
IR OPTIMIZER
OFF
MODE
AUTO
LEVEL
|--------000
RETURN
Figure 3-12 B/W
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Notes:
There is no external triggered output for this series of camera, if
you select EXT 1/EXT 2, the day mode switches to the night mode
automatically at the same time the infra-red light turns on.
3.1.11 NR Setting
Noise Reduction is used to reduce the noise in the video signal.
Move the cursor to NR, and press confirm to enter the NR
submenu.
Y LEVEL
NR mainly reduces the noise of the
Y-signal. The value ranges from 0
to 15.
NR
Y LEVEL
---|-----004
RETURN
Figure 3-13 NR
3.1.12 Camera ID Setting
On Camera ID submenu, you can customize the camera ID. It
also allows you to adjust the camera ID position on the monitor
screen. This series of camera supports up to 52 characters.
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
Select OFF to disable the Camera ID.

Select ON to enable the Camera ID.
Customizing the camera ID
Steps:
1. Set it to ON, and press the menu button to enter the submenu.
2. Set the menu button up/down/left/right to position the cursor
on the character you want.
3. Press menu button to confirm your selection. The selected
character displays on the screen.
4. Repeat the steps 1 ~step 3 to select other characters.
Modifying the camera ID
Steps:
1. Position the cursor on one of the arrows.
2. Press the menu button to position the cursor on the character
that needs to be modified.
3. Select one of the other characters to replace it.
Clearing the camera ID
Steps:
1. Position the cursor on CLR.
2. Press the menu button to clear the characters.
Positioning the camera ID
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to POS, and press the menu button to enter
the position setting interface.
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2. Set the menu button up/down/left/right to position the camera
ID.
3. Press the button to save the position and exit.
CAMERA ID
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU
VWXYZ0123456789!”#$%&’
()_` , ¥:;<= >[email protected]\^*.x+/
← → ↑ ↓ CLR POS
RETURN
Figure 3-14 CAMERA ID
3.1.13 SYNC Setting
Both internal and line lock synchronization are available.
Note:
Only the camera which supports AC 24 V power has line lock
synchronization.

If 12V DC power supply is applied, SYNC mode is internal
synchronization and it is not adjustable.

If 24V AC power supply is applied, you can select either
internal or line lock synchronization.
Note:
Internal synchronization is the default SYNC method. Set the
menu button to right for about 2 seconds, you can switch the SYNC
mode to line-lock from the SYNC settings . Perform the same
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operation to switch it to internal synchronization from the
line-lock.
3.1.14 Language Setting
This series of camera supports multi-language. English (default),
Chinese, Japanese, French, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish, and
German are selectable.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to LANGUAGE.
2. Set the menu button left/right to select the language you need.
3.1.15 Camera Reset Setting
Move the cursor to CAMERA RESET, and press the menu button
to reset all camera settings to the default.
3.1.16 Defective Pixel Correct Settings
The CCD sensor of the lens may appear defective pixels. You can
trigger the defective pixel correction function to correct and
compensate the defective pixels.
Note:
The defective pixel correct function is not displayed on the main
menu; you can enable the function by following the steps below.
Steps:
1. Exit the OSD menu to the live view screen.
1. Switch and hold the menu button to the left for 2 seconds until
you see the message of “COVER-UP LENS/CLOSE IRIS”.
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2. Cover the lens or close the iris to prevent the light from
entering the lens.
3. Press the menu button to confirm. You w ill be able to see the
bright dot detects on the grainy screen.
4. After the process, the bright dot defects will disappear and you
can see “SUCCESS” on the screen.
5. Press the menu button to exit.
Note: An ERROR may occur because that the lens was not fully
covered. Please repeat above steps to try again.
3.1.17 Save All/Exit
Move the cursor to the Exit, and press the menu button to exit the
settings without saving.
Move the cursor to SAVE ALL, and press menu button to save the
settings and exit
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3.2 Menu Description (B)
Note:
The menu described in this chapter is applicable to DS-2CC1195P
(N)-VFIR, DS-2CC1197P (N)-VFIR, DS-2CC11A5P (N)-VFIR, and
DS-2CC11A7P (N)-VFIR.
Figure 3-15 Main Menu Overview
Note:

This series of camera adopts joystick control. You can select
the menu item by setting the joystick, which is beside the lens,
to up/down/left/right.
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3.2.1 Scene
There are 6 scenes selectable: INDOOR STD, INDOOR
BACKLIGHT, OUTDOOR, LOW LUMINANCE, IRSTD and
CUSTOMIZE. You can select one of the scenes according to the
actual installation environment.
Under CUSTOMIZE mode, the scene parameters can be configured
manually to get the best image quality when the monitoring
conditions are complicated.
Note:
DS-2CC1197P (N)-VFIR and DS-2CC11A7P (N)-VFIR don’t support
IRSTD.
3.2.2 Exposure
LENS Settings
Purpose:
From this menu, you can set the lens mode to adjust the image
brightness.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to LENS, and press the menu button to enter
the LENS SETUP menu.
2. Position the cursor on LENS in the LENS SETUP menu. ELC,
ALC, and ELC+ALC are selectable.

ELC
If you choose ELC, the camera adjusts the electronic shutter
value automatically according to the VALUE setting. The iris is
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opened to the maximum size. The shutter value in the
SHUTTER SETUP menu is AUTO.

ALC
If you choose ALC, the camera adjusts the iris automatically
according to the value setting. The electronic shutter value is a
fixed value. The shutter value in the SHUTTER SETUP menu is
adjustable.

ELC+ALC
If you choose ELC+ALC, according to the VALUE setting, the
camera automatically adjusts the electronic shutter and the
iris too. The electronic shutter value will be in the range
from1/50s to the value you set in the SHUTTER SETUP menu.
3. Position the cursor on VALUE. Set the menu button left/right
to choose a value. The value ranges from 0 to 15.
4. Move the cursor to RETURN, and press the menu button to
return to the previous menu.
LENS SETUP
LENS
VALUE
CONTRAST
ELC
▽
---|----- 008
---|----- 001
RETURN
Figure 3-16 LENS SETUP
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BLC/WDR SETUP (Backlight Compensation/Wide Dynamic
Range)
Note:
Only DS-2CC1197P (N)-VFIR and DS-2CC11A7P (N)-VFIR support
WDR.

BACKLIGHT COMPENSATION
Purpose:
If there's a strong backlight, the object in front of the backlight
appears silhouetted or dark. BLC can correct the exposure of the
subject.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to BLC/WDR, and press the menu button to
enter the BLC/WDR menu.
2. Position the cursor on the BLC, and press the menu button to
enter the BLC settings menu.
3. You can set the AREA and the brightness VALUE of BLC in this
menu.

The AREA can be set to UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT,
CENTER, CUSTOMIZE. When you select CUSTOMIZE,
the SIZE and POSITION menu items will display under the
AREA item. You can adjust the size and position of the BLC
area under customize mode.

The VALUE ranges from 0 to 15. The larger the value is, the
brighter the object is in front of the backlight.
4. Move the cursor to RETURN, and press the menu button to
return to the previous menu.
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BLC/WDR SETUP
MODE
BLC▽
AREA CUSTOMIZE
▽
SIZE
ENTER
POSITION
ENTER
VALUE
---|----- 007
RETURN
Figure 3-17 BLC SETUP

WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE
Purpose:
The Wide Dynamic Range function combines a long time exposed
image and a short time exposed image to get an image for both
bright and dark areas to be visible.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to BLC/WDR, and press the menu button to
enter the BLC/WDR menu.
2. Position the cursor on the WDR, and press the menu button to
enter the WDR settings menu.
3. You can set the VALUE, CONTRAST and WD ADJUST in this
menu.

The VALUE ranges from 0 to 15. The larger the value is, the
longer the exposure time is. The dark areas will be brighter
in the image.
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
You can adjust the CONTRAST value after the setting of
WDR VALUE.

If the effect of WDR is not obvious in the dark scene, you
can turn on the WD ADJUST to enhance the WDR. But the
noise in the image w ill be amplified too. Do no t turn this
function on in the normal scene.
4. Move the cursor to RETURN, and press the menu button to
return to the previous menu.
BLC/WDR SETUP
MODE
VALUE
CONTRAST
WD ADJUST
H-COLOR ADJ
WDR
▽
--|-----004
---|---006
ON
▽
OFF
▽
RETURN
Figure 3-18 WDR SETUP
DAY/NIGHT
Move the cursor to DAY/NIGHT and press menu button to enter
the DAY/NIGHT edit mode. DAY, NIGHT, and AUTO mode are
selectable.
AUTO mode:
Steps:
1. Select AUTO and press confirm, and the day/night menu items
will be displayed on the screen.
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DAY/NIGHT SETUP
MODE
D→N LEVEL
D→N DELAY
N→D LEVEL
N→D DELAY
IR SWITCH
AUTO
▽
(L)--|--(H)
3S ▽
(L)--|--(H)
3S ▽
ON ▽
RETURN
Figure 3-19 Day/Night
2. Move the cursor to D→N LEVEL, and press left/right to select
the value from Low to High;
3. Move the cursor to D→N Delay, and press up/down to select
the switch time.1S, 3S, 5S, 10S, 20S, 25S and 30S are
selectable.
4. Move the cursor to N→D LEVEL, and press left/right to select
the value from Low to High;
5. Move the cursor to N→D Delay and press up / down to select
the switch time.1S,3S, 5S, 10S, 20S, 25S and 30S are
selectable;
6. Move the cursor to RETURN and press confirm button to
return to the previous menu.
Notes:
1). When the IR Switch is on, t he camera goes to the
protection mode if the Day mode switches to Night mode 5
times continuously in 10 minutes. The protection mode
will last for one hour. One hour later, the camera will detect
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the surrounding’s light, and switch to the day mode if the
brightness reaches to the N→D LEVEL value.
2). AUTO mode means the camera switches between Day and
Night modes automatically. And when the light condition
reaches to the D→N (N→D) LEVEL you have set, the day
and night mode will sw itch automatically. And D→N (N→D)
Delay means the time from the day (night) mode to night
(day) mode when the light condition is up to the sw itching
threshold.
SHUTTER
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to SHUTTER, and press confirm to select the
values. OFF, 1/120, 1/175, 1/250, 1/500, 1/750, 1/1K, 1/2K,
1/4K, 1/10K, and 1/100K are selectable.
Note:
The SHUTTER mode is AUTO and not adjustable when the LENS
mode is ELC or the WDR is enabled.
2. Move the cursor to SLOW SHUTTER, and press confirm to
select the value: OFF, ×2, ×4, ×6, ×8, ×12, ×16, ×24, ×32,
×48, ×64, ×128, ×160, ×256, ×512.
Note:
The options for slow shutter accumulate the light by frame unit to
lengthen the exposure time.
3. Move the cursor to MOTION, and press confirm to select the
value: SLOWER, SLOW, STD, FAST, FASTER.
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AGC
There are 4 modes selectable for auto gain control: OFF, HIGH,
MID or LOW.
FLICKERLESS
This function can avoid the image flicker. Move the cursor to
FLICKERLESS, and press confirm to set it ON or OFF. This function
is used for PAL standard camera under 60Hz light source, and
NTSC standard camera under 50Hz.
Digital WDR Setting
Note:
DS-2CC1197P (N)-VFIR and DS-2CC11A7P (N)-VFIR don’t support
Digital WDR function.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to Digital WDR, and press confirm to enable
or disable this function. If the Digital WDR is enabled, the
parameters below can be configured:
DIGITAL WDR SETUP
MODE
VALUE
CONTRAST
ON ▽
---|--- 004
---|--- 005
RETURN
Figure 3-20 Digital WDR
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2. Move the cursor to VALUE which is used to set the image
brightness from 0 to 15.
3. Move the cursor to CONTRAST which is used to set the image
contrast from 0 to 15.
4. Move the cursor to RETURN, and press menu button to return
to the previous menu.
Note:
The Digital WDR is disabled when the BLC mode is ON.
SMART IR Settings
Move the cursor to SMART IR, and press confirm to enter the
SMART IR SETUP menu. The SMART IR value can be adjusted
from 0 to 7. It is disabled when the value is 0.
3.2.3 Funtion
SYNC
Support internal and line lock synchronization. When 12V DC is
applied, it supports internal synchronization and it is not
adjustable. When using 24V AC, you can select either internal or
line lock synchronization.
WHITE BALANCE
Move the cursor to WHITE BALANCE, and then press confirm
button to select the item from ATW1, ATW2, Auto or Manual.
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ATW1: The camera adjusts the color temperature automatically
according to the actual environment color temperature; the
temperature range is approximate from 2500K to 9500K.
ATW2: The temperature range is approximate from 2500K to
15000K.
ATC: Adjust the color temperature under the steady color
temperature environment. After selecting ATC, the white balance
will take effect on the current scene image.
Manual: Adjust red and blue values to configure the white
balance.
Manual WB setting is shown below:
Steps:
1. Select MANUAL and the menu w ill be displayed on the screen:
WHITE BALANCE
MODE
TEMP
Manual ▽
◄ ►
RETURN
Figure 3-21 Manual WB
2. Move the cursor to TEMP, and press left/right to adjust the
temperature value.
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3. After the settings, move the cursor to RETURN and press
confirm to return to the previous menu.
DIGITAL NOISE REDUCTION
You can set the digital no ise reduction to ON or OFF. The value can
be adjusted from 0 to 7 when the function is on.
SHARPNESS
Move the cursor to VALUE, and press left/right to set the
sharpness value from 0 to 15.
GAIN
This feature is used to adjust the brightness from 0 to 7 by
.
pressing left/right button
C GAIN
This feature is used to adjust color saturation from 0 to 7 by
.
pressing left/right button
DEFINITION
Move the cursor to DEFINITION and press confirm. Press
left/right to adjust the value from 0 to 7.
ANTI-SHAKE
This feature is suitable for slight shaken scenes. Move the cursor to
ANTI-SHAKE, and press confirm to select ON or OFF.
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Note:
The MOTION DET is disabled when the ANTI-SHAKE mode is ON.
MOTION DET
Move the cursor to MOTION DET, and press confirm to enter the
submenu. Move the cursor to MODE, and press confirm to select
motion detection mode: OFF, ON.
MOTION DET SETUP
MODE
ON
▽
TYPE
1
▽
AREA SET
1
▽
SENSITIVITY - - |- - 004
RETURN
Figure 3-22 Motion Detection
TYPE1, TYPE2, and TYPE3 are selectable for motion detection
type.
TYPE1:
1. Move the cursor to TYPE and select TYPE 1.
2. Move the cursor to AREA SET, and press confirm to select the
area (up to four areas are selectable).
1). Move the cursor to AREA SET and press confirm. Move the
cursor to AREA SEL to select one area.
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2). Move the cursor to MODE and press confirm to enable or
disable the areas.
3). Move the cursor to TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT, RIGHT to
adjust the area size and position.
4). Move the cursor to RETURN, and press confirm to exit.
3. Move the cursor to SENSITIVITY, and press left/right to
select sensitivity value from 0 to 7.
4. After the settings, move the cursor to RETURN and press
confirm button to return to the previous menu.
TYPE 2:
1. Move the cursor to TYPE and select TYPE 2. The area setting
is not available now.
2. Move the cursor to SENSITIVITY, and press left/right to
select sensitivity value from 0 to 7.
3. After settings, move the cursor to RETURN and press confirm
to return to the previous menu.
TYPE 3:
1. Move the cursor to TYPE and select TYPE 3.
2. Press up/down to select AREA SET and press menu button to
set the motion detection areas.
3. Hold menu button to exit the area setting page.
Notes:
Type 1: 4 adjustable windows;
Type 2: Full screen;
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Type 3: There are12 × 8 w indows by default. Pressing confirm can
cancel a window, and press confirm tw ice to select a window.
PRIVACY MASK
Move the cursor to PRIVACY MASK, and press confirm to set it
ON. The menu w ill appear on the screen:
PRIVACY MASK SETUP
MODE
AREA SEL
ON/OFF
POSITION
COLOR
MOSAIC
RETURN
ON
1
OFF
-
▽
▽
▽
▽
Figure 3-23 Privacy Mask
Move the cursor to AREA SEL and press confirm to select the
privacy mask area. There are 12 zones in total. Move the cursor to
ON / OFF, and press confirm to select ON. Then define the size and
position of the privacy mask area according to the step 1 to step 4:
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to POSITION and press confirm to define the
size and position of mask area. Then press confirm to exit.
2. Move the cursor to COLOR, 8 colors are selectable.
3. Move the cursor to MOSAIC, and press confirm button to
select ON or OFF. MOSAIC means that the privacy mask will
be mosaic.
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4. Repeat the above operation to define other mask areas.
5. Move the cursor to RETURN and press menu button to return
to the previous menu.
DIGITAL ZOOM
The DIGITAL ZOOM RATIO can be set to OFF, x2, x4, x8 and
x16.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to DIGITAL ZOOM, press the menu button to
enter the submenu of DIGITAL ZOOM RATIO.
2. Position the cursor on the zoom value you want and press the
menu button to enter the submenu.
3. Move the cursor on the POSITION, press the menu button.
Then you can set the menu button left/right/up/down to adjust
the position of the image.
DIGITAL ZOOM RATIO
OFF
X2
X4
X8
X 16
DIGITAL ZOOM
RATIO
POSITION
X2
ENTER
RETURN
Figure 3-24 Digital Zoom
Note:
The Digital Zoom function will be disabled if the ANTI-SHAKE is on.
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MIRROR
OFF, H-FLIP, V-FLIP or CENTER is selectable.
PIXEL CORRECT
Charge Coupled Device (CCD) will appear blemish after a
long-time usage and this series of camera possesses auto-repair
function to solve this problem.
Move the cursor to PIXEL CORRECT, and press confirm. The
PIXEL CORRECTING w ill be displayed on the screen and the
screen will go blank to correct the pixel. After the pixel gets
corrected, the menu will return to the FUNC page.
Note:
This function will be more active in the absolutely dark
environment. Make sure that the iris is closed before using this
function.
HLC
Move the cursor to HLC, and press confirm to enable or disable this
function. If HLC is enabled, the corresponding parameters can be
configured in HLC menu as shown below:
HLC
HLC
VALUE
ON
---|---
▽
004
RETURN
Figure 3-25 HLC
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Move the cursor to VALUE which can be set from 0 to 7. The larger
the value is, the lower the restrained brightness thresho ld is.
IRIS ADJUST
You can adjust the iris speed via the damping to avoid the iris
vibration. AUTO and MANUAL are selectable.

AUTO mode: Select the AUTO mode and aim the camera at
the high light scene. The camera adjusts the speed
automatically.

MANUAL mode: Select the MANUAL mode. Adjust the
damping value to adjust the iris speed. The value ranges from
0 to 15. The larger the value is, the slower the iris speed is.
IRIS ADJUST
MODE
DAMP
MANUAL
---|---
▽
004
RETURN
Figure 3-26 IRIS ADJUSTING
3.2.4 System
CAMERA ID
Move the cursor to Camera ID, and press confirm to enable or
disable this setting.
OFF: The camera ID w ill not be displayed after the exit;
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ON: The camera ID w ill be displayed after the exit;
Set the camera ID On, and press confirm button to enter Camera
ID menu.
Camera ID
Camera ID
ON
▽
-------------ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV
WXYZ0123456789-!”#$%&’
()_`,:;<=>[email protected]\^*.x+/
CLR POS
← →
RETURN
Figure 3-27 Camera ID
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to the characters, numbers, and symbols.
2. Press menu button to select one. The selected character will be
displayed on the dotted line.
3. Move the cursor to ← →.
4. Press menu button to move to the character that needs to be
modified, and select another character to replace it.
5. Move the cursor to CLR to clear all the characters on the dotted
line.
6. Move the cursor to POS to edit the camera ID position
1). Move the cursor to POS
2). Press menu button to enter the CAM ID position setting
interface.
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3). Press up/down/left/right to change the position of camera
ID.
4). Press menu button to exit the CAM ID position setting
interface, and return to the CAM ID menu.
7. Move the cursor to RETURN and press menu button to return
to the previous menu.
SYSTEM INFO
Move the cursor to SYSTEM INFO and press menu button to
check the hardware, software and DSP version. The system
information is used for device maintenance or repair.
SYSTEM INFO
HARDWARE
SOFTWARE
DSP
RETURN
REV1.00
REV1.00.00
REV1.00.00
Figure 3-28 System Information
CAMERA RESET
Move the cursor to CAMERA RESET, and press menu button to
reset the camera parameters to the factory default settings.
3.2.5 Language
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Steps:
1. Move the cursor to LANGUAGE, and press menu button to
enter the submenu
2. Select a language and press the menu button to confirm.
3. Move the cursor to RETURN and press menu button to return
to the previous menu.
3.2.6 Exit
Move the cursor to EXIT, and press confirm to enter the menu.
Press up/down to select SAVE ALL, CANCEL and RETURN.
CANCEL: Press menu button to cancel the settings and exit the
menu.
SAVE ALL: Press menu button to save the settings and exit the
menu.
RETURN: Press menu button to return to the previous menu.
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