Manual - LZC7091 PTZ Security Camera - English

Manual - LZC7091 PTZ Security Camera - English
10X PAN-TILT-ZOOM CAMERA
Instruction Manual
English Version 4.0
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Features
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• Latest Sony EXview™ II image sensor for best-in-class low
light performance1
• Sony Effio™ video image processor delivers up to 700TV
lines of resolution
• 10X Optical Zoom and 10X Digital Zoom to focus in on even
the finest details
• Complete area coverage with 360 degrees per second
panning speed
• Program preset viewing points when connected to a DVR
• ClearNight technology with Digital Noise Reduction
improves low light performance and recording efficiency by
up to 30%
• Accurate colors with Lorex’s automatic light filtering
technology
• Weatherproof (IP66) rated using included wall mount2
• Connects to any Lorex Eco™ or Edge™ series DVR for local
or remote operation
• Removable camera base for easier and safer installation
• 100ft all-in-one extension cable included for installation
location flexibility
As our products are subject to continuous improvement, Lorex reserves the right to
modify product design, specifications and prices, without notice and without incurring
any obligation. E&OE
1 This camera features an ultra-low light sensitive image sensor and therefore does
not feature Infra-Red LEDs. The camera requires ambient lighting (for example,
street/building lighting, star or moon light) to render a night time image. In total
darkness (zero Lux) the camera will not produce a night time image and therefore the
camera should not be installed in completely dark areas.
2 Wall mount required for outdoor installation. Not intended for submersion in water.
Installation in a sheltered location recommended.
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Safety Instructions
• Read this guide carefully and keep it for future reference.
• Follow all instructions for safe use of the product and handle
with care.
• Use the camera within given temperature, humidity, and
voltage levels noted in the Technical Specifications.
• Camera is rated for outdoor use and is weatherproof using
included wall mount only. For indoor installations, camera
may be directly attached to a ceiling.
• Camera is not intended for submersion in water. Installation
under a sheltered environment is recommended.
• Do not disassemble the camera.
• Do not point the camera directly towards the sun or a source
of intense light.
• Use only the supplied regulated power supply. Use of a
non-regulated, non-conforming power supply can damage
this product and voids the warranty.
• Make sure to install the camera in a location that can support
the camera weight.
• Make sure there are no live electrical cables in the area
where you plan to mount the camera.
• Periodic cleaning may be required. Use a damp cloth only.
Do not use anything other than water to clean the dome
cover, as chemicals such as acetone can permanently
damage the plastic.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
English
1. Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
2. Connecting the Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
2.1 Default Protocol Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
3. Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3.1 Installation Tips and Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
3.2 Extension Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
3.3 Wall Mount Installation (Indoor/Outdoor) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
3.4 Ceiling Install (Indoor Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
4. Controlling the PTZ Camera with your DVR . . . . . . . . 16
4.1 Initial Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
4.2 Controlling the Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
4.3 PTZ Presets and PTZ Cruise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
4.4 Setting PTZ Presets on the ECO2 DVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
4.5 Selecting PTZ Presets on the ECO2 DVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
4.6 Deleting PTZ Presets on the ECO2 DVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
4.7 Starting / Stopping PTZ Cruise on the ECO2 DVR . . . . . . . . . . .20
5. Changing Protocol Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
5.1 Accessing the DIP Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
5.2 Setting the Camera ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
5.3 Setting the Camera Protocol and Baud Rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
6. Technical Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
7. Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
8. Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
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Getting Started
1. GETTING STARTED
English
Before you start, ensure you have received all the items listed below:
3ft BNC/Power/RS485 Cable
Camera
100ft BNC/Power/RS485
Extension Cable
13V DC Power Adapter
Instruction Manual
Mounting Screw Kit
Wall Mount Kit
Foam Pad
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Connecting the Camera
2. CONNECTING THE CAMERA
It is recommended to connect the camera to your DVR and
test the PTZ controls before permanent installation.
3ft BNC / Power / RS485 cable
6-Pin Connector
1
Female
BNC
2
3
4
Camera
Male DC
Power
100ft BNC / Power / RS485 extension cable
Power adapter
5
Female DC
Power
RS485
Red: +
Black: -
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DVR RS485 Ports
7
Male BNC
DVR Video Input
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1. Connect the 6-pin connector on the 3ft cable to the camera.
• To do this, you must remove the camera from the case. Rotate the
dome cover counterclockwise to remove. Remove the base
attachment screws (3x) and remove the camera base. See illustration
below.
Base attachment
Dome
screws
cover
Camera
Camera base
Removing the camera from the case
NOTE: Do not use force when pulling out the 6-pin connector. The 6-pin
connector has a release latch under the connector. Press the latch when
disconnecting it from the camera.
Release latch
2. Connect the female power connector on the 3ft cable to the male
power connector on the 100ft extension cable.
OR
Connect the power adapter directly to the camera and to a local power
outlet.
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English
Connecting the Camera
Connecting the Camera
3. Use a Philips screwdriver (not included)
to loosen the 2 screws on the RS485
connection block furthest from the
pre-attached wires. Insert the RS485
wires into the RS485 connection block
(red to red, black to black). Tighten the
screws on the RS485 connection block to Loosen screws
Insert wires
secure the wires in place.
4. Connect the BNC female connector on the 3ft cable to the BNC male
connector on the 100ft extension cable.
5. Connect the power connector on the 100ft extension cable to the
included power adapter. Plug the power adapter into a power outlet.
6. Connect the RS485 connectors to the RS485 ports on the alarm block
on your DVR. The layout of the alarm block may differ depending on
your DVR model (common terms include RS485, RS422, or PTZ).
• The RS485 connectors are a pair
+ / - RS485 Ports
of bare 24-gauge wires. The red
Insert a
wire is positive (+) and is
screwdriver and
connected to the + port on the
then insert wires
RS485 section of the alarm
Spring loaded lock alarm block
block, and the black wire is
negative (-) and is connected to
the - port.
• Most DVR’s either use screws or
+ / - RS485 Ports
a spring loaded lock to hold the
Tighten screws
RS485 wires in place. For a
above ports to
spring loaded lock, insert a
secure wires
screwdriver or small object into
the lock, insert the wires, and
Screw lock alarm block
then remove the screwdriver to
lock the wires in place.
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Connecting the Camera
English
• If the wires can be easily removed, they may become disconnected
and affect control of the camera. Use wire strippers (not included) to
expose more of the wires if needed.
7. Connect the male BNC connector on the 100ft extension cable to an
available Video IN port on the DVR.
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Connecting the Camera
2.1 DEFAULT PROTOCOL INFORMATION
Unlike standard security cameras, PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) cameras require
special protocol information to enable a Security DVR to control the
camera movement.
Input the following information into your DVR to enable PTZ controls.
• Default ID: 1
• Default Baud Rate: 2400
• Default Protocol: Pelco-D
For details on setting up your DVR with the PTZ camera, see “Controlling
the PTZ Camera with your DVR” on page 16.
You will not need to change the default protocol information on your
camera unless you are using multiple PTZ cameras or if your DVR does
not support the default settings (see your DVR’s instruction manual for
details). If you need to change the PTZ protocol information, see
“Changing Protocol Information” on page 21.
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3. INSTALLATION
English
3.1 INSTALLATION TIPS AND WARNINGS
Make sure to install the camera in a location that can support
the camera weight.
Make sure there are no live electrical cables in the area
where you plan to mount the camera.
• Camera is rated for outdoor use and is weatherproof using included
wall mount only. For indoor installations, camera may be directly
attached to a ceiling.
• Before installing, connect the camera to the DVR and configure the
PTZ protocol information as needed to ensure that you can control
the camera once installed. It is very difficult to change the protocol
information once the camera is installed.
• Camera is capable of seeing in extremely low light conditions (0.02
Lux), but it cannot see in total darkness. It is recommended to install
the camera where there is some ambient light (e.g. street lighting or
starlight, moonlight, etc.) or leave some lighting on in the area where
the camera is installed.
• To extend the length of the cable, see “Extension Cables” on page 8.
• Mount the camera where the lens is away from direct and intense
sunlight.
• Plan your cable wiring so that it does not interfere with power lines
or telephone lines.
• Ensure that the camera wiring is not exposed or easily cut.
• Mount the camera in an area that is visible but out of reach.
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Installation
3.2 EXTENSION CABLES
• Included extension cable is 100ft / 30m long.
• Because this is a high-powered PTZ camera, the power cable cannot
be extended beyond 100ft.
• Alternatively, you may connect the included power adapter
directly to the camera’s power connector and plug the adapter into
a power outlet near the camera. Use the included 100ft extension
cable to connect RS485 and BNC cables to your DVR or use the
guidelines below to extend the RS485 signal.
• BNC video and PTZ control (RS485) wires can be extended an
additional 250ft / 76m up to a maximum length of 350ft / 106m. Video
quality may decrease if your extension cables are too long.
• To extend BNC video cable beyond 100ft, purchase RG59 coaxial
extension cables. It is recommended to use video cables with the
following specification: RG59U 95% Braid 20AWG or better.
• To extend the PTZ control (RS485) wires beyond 100ft, purchase a pair
of 24-gauge wires.
• Both RG59 coaxial cable and 24-gauge wires should be available from
your local building supply store.
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3.3 WALL MOUNT INSTALLATION (INDOOR/
OUTDOOR)
English
Make sure to disconnect the power adapter before installing
the camera. Camera will begin moving immediately when
power adapter is connected.
Camera can be installed to a wall using the included wall mount. This
method is suitable for indoor or outdoor installations.
To install the camera:
1. Make sure the O-rings (3x) are
attached to the top of the pendant
cap (spares are included). Firmly
insert the pendant cap on to the
wall mount bracket and twist to
tighten all the way. Insert the
bracket screws (3x) to secure
pendant cap to wall mount
bracket.
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2. Use the back of the wall mount to
2
drill holes for the mounting
screws. If you are running cables
through the wall, also drill a hole
for the cables. Run the single end
of the cable through the wall
mount and attach the wall mount
to the wall using the wall
mounting screws (4x) supplied
with the wall mount.
NOTE: Use the included drywall anchors if installing in drywall.
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3. Rotate the camera dome cover
counterclockwise to remove.
3
Dome cover
4. Remove the base attachment
screws (3x) and remove the
camera from the camera base.
4
Base
attachment
screws
Camera
Camera base
5. Remove the rubber plug on the
bottom of the camera base and
run the single end of the cable
through the bottom of the camera
base. Attach the camera base to
the pendant cap using the camera
attachment screws (4x).
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Installation
7. Remove the protective vinyl sheet
from the dome cover.
• For details on DVR setup, see
“Controlling the PTZ Camera with
your DVR” on page 16.
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English
6. Connect the cable to the camera
(see “Connecting the Camera” on
page 2). Attach the camera to the
base using the base attachment
screws (3x) then reattach the
dome cover by rotating it
clockwise.
NOTE: Make sure power adapter is
disconnected before connecting the
6-pin connector. Camera will begin
moving immediately when power
adapter is connected.
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3.4 CEILING INSTALL (INDOOR ONLY)
Make sure to disconnect the power adapter before installing
the camera. Camera will begin moving immediately when
power adapter is connected.
Camera is not weatherproof if installed using this method.
Use the included wall mount for outdoor installations.
Camera can be installed directly to a ceiling.
To install the camera:
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1. Remove the cutouts for the
Cable and
cable and mounting screw
mounting screw
holes and place the foam pad
onto the bottom of the camera cutouts
base with the cutouts aligned
with the holes on the bottom of
the camera.
2. Rotate the dome cover
counterclockwise to remove.
Foam Pad
2
Dome cover
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3. Remove the base attachment
screws (3x) and remove the
camera from the camera base.
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Base
attachment
screws
English
Camera
Camera base
4. Remove the rubber plug on
the bottom of the camera base
and run the 6-pin connector
through the cable hole.
5. Drill holes for the mounting
screws (x4) and the cable and
run the cable through the hole.
4
Cable hole
6-Pin Connector
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6. Attach the camera base to the
ceiling using the included
mounting screws (x4).
NOTE: Use the included drywall
anchors if installing the camera in
drywall.
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Mounting
screws
7. Connect the 6-pin connector to
the camera.
NOTE: Make sure power adapter is
disconnected before connecting
the 6-pin connector. Camera will
begin moving immediately when
power adapter is connected.
8. Attach the camera to the
base using the base
attachment screws (3x).
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6-Pin
Connector
8
Base attachment
screws
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9. Reattach the dome cover by
rotating it clockwise.
Remove protective vinyl from
dome cover.
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English
10.Connect the cables. For
details, see “Connecting the
Camera” on page 2.
• For details on DVR setup,
see “Controlling the PTZ
Camera with your DVR” on
page 16.
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Controlling the PTZ Camera with your DVR
4. CONTROLLING THE PTZ CAMERA
WITH YOUR DVR
Once your camera is connected to the DVR, you must perform initial
setup to control the camera using the DVR. Once this setup is complete,
you will be able to move the camera, configure preset positions, and use
other advanced controls.
PTZ features that are available to you will depend on the model of DVR
that you have. The following instructions are based on the Lorex ECO2
DVR’s (LH130 Series). For other DVR models, check your instruction
manual for details.
4.1 INITIAL SETUP
In the initial setup process, you will input the camera’s protocol
information into your DVR. This enables PTZ functionality.
TIP: The camera will display the configured PTZ protocol information
when it starts up. To quickly display this information, disconnect and
reconnect the power adapter.
To perform initial setup using a Lorex ECO2 DVR:
1. Ensure the cables are connected correctly to the DVR according to
“Connecting the Camera” on page 2.
2. On the DVR, Right-click with the mouse to open the Menu Bar and
).
click the Main Menu button (
3. Click Device and select the PTZ tab.
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Controlling the PTZ Camera with your DVR
English
4. Configure the following:
• Channel: Select the channel the
camera is connected to.
• Protocol: Select the protocol
(default: Pelco-D).
• Baud rate: Select the camera’s
baud rate (default: 2400).
• Data Bit: Select 8.
• Stop Bit: Select 1.
• Parity: Select None.
• Cruise: Select Enable to enable PTZ cruise.
• Address: Enter the camera’s ID (default: 001).
5. Click Apply to save your settings.
4.2 CONTROLLING THE CAMERA
TIP: Turn off motion detection on your DVR for the channel with the PTZ
camera connected. Otherwise, the DVR will detect the PTZ movement as
motion. See your DVR’s instruction manual for details.
To control the PTZ camera locally on the ECO2 DVR:
1. Select the channel that the PTZ camera is connected to.
2. Press and hold the PTZ button on the front panel of the system for 6
seconds.
Press & hold
6 seconds
PTZ button
• OR, Right-click with the mouse to open the Menu Bar and click the
PTZ button ( ).
• Enter the DVR password (default: 000000) and click Apply.
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Controlling the PTZ Camera with your DVR
3. Use the on-screen PTZ controls to control the camera.
Speed Slider:
Channel: 
Increase or decrease the pan and tilt speed
Select the channel
with the PTZ camera
Direction keys: 
Click to pan and tilt
the camera
Click + / - to adjust the
camera Zoom, Focus,
and Iris settings
Camera Pre-set
controls (see page 19)
ATTENTION: This PTZ camera is designed tilt up and down within a
range of 155°. Tilting less than 10° or greater than 165° away from the
camera base may cause the image to become slightly unclear.
180°
0°
165°
10°
If this happens, use the DVR
controls to tilt the camera
between 10° and 165°. The
camera’s tilt angle appears on
the monitor when it moves.
Optimal Viewing Range
Zoom level
Tilt angle
Pan angle
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Controlling the PTZ Camera with your DVR
4.3 PTZ PRESETS AND PTZ CRUISE
A PTZ cruise (referred to on some DVR’s as a tour or scan), allows you to
configure a sequence of presets that the camera will automatically cycle
through. This is useful if you want the camera to monitor a large area,
without manually having to control the camera.
NOTE: These features may not be available on all DVR’s. Check your DVR
instruction manual for details.
4.4 SETTING PTZ PRESETS ON THE ECO2 DVR
1. Using the direction keys, zoom, focus, and iris settings, move the
camera into position.
2. (Optional) In the Time field, select the number of seconds the camera
will remain in that position during PTZ cruise before going to the next
position.
3. Click Set to set the preset. The Total and No. field will automatically
increase. The Total field shows you the total number of created
presets, and the No. field shows you the number of the preset you are
currently creating.
Total Number of
presets
Preset number
Time shown before
changing in Cruise
Go To Preset
Set Preset
Save Presets
Clear Preset
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Using the DVR, you can create presets. Presets allow you to save
different positions of the camera, so you can return the camera to these
positions without using the manual controls.
Controlling the PTZ Camera with your DVR
4. Complete the steps above to create additional presets as needed.
Press Save when you are finished to save all created presets.
4.5 SELECTING PTZ PRESETS ON THE ECO2 DVR
1. In the No. field, select the number of the preset you would like to
select.
2. Click Go to to go to the preset.
4.6 DELETING PTZ PRESETS ON THE ECO2 DVR
1. In the No. field, select the number of the preset you would like to
delete.
2. Click Clear to delete the preset and click Save to save your changes.
4.7 STARTING / STOPPING PTZ CRUISE ON THE
ECO2 DVR
When PTZ cruise is enabled, the camera will cycle through saved
presets. You must set and save presets to use PTZ cruise. For details on
setting presets, see “Setting PTZ Presets on the ECO2 DVR” on page 19.
To start / stop PTZ cruise on the ECO2 DVR:
1. Right-click to exit PTZ menu.
2. Right-click to open the Menu Bar and click the Start Cruise button
(
). Enter the DVR password (default: 000000). The camera will
cycle through PTZ presets.
3. To stop the PTZ cruise, right-click to open the Menu Bar and click the
Stop Cruise button (
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). Enter the DVR password (default: 000000).
Changing Protocol Information
The camera’s PTZ protocol information allows a DVR to communicate
with it and control the camera’s movement. You will not need to change
the default protocol information on your camera unless you are using
multiple PTZ cameras or if your DVR does not support the default
settings (see your DVR’s instruction manual for details).
PTZ protocol information on this camera is set using DIP switches on the
bottom of the camera. DIP switches represent binary values. This means
that they are either On (1) or Off (0).
The DIP switches control 3 values:
1. The ID of the camera, which allows the DVR to identify different PTZ
cameras.
2. The protocol, which is the language that allows the camera and DVR
to speak to each other (e.g. Pelco D).
3. The baud rate, which is the frequency of communications.
The illustration below shows the default values of the DIP switches.
Default ID: 1
Default Baud Rate: 2400
Default Protocol: Pelco-D
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5. CHANGING PROTOCOL INFORMATION
Changing Protocol Information
5.1 ACCESSING THE DIP SWITCHES
To access the DIP switches, you must remove the camera from the case.
To do this, you must remove the camera from the case. Rotate the dome
cover counterclockwise to remove. Remove the base attachment screws
(3x) and remove the camera base. See illustration below.
Dome
cover
Base attachment
screws
Camera
Camera base
Removing the camera from the case
5.2 SETTING THE CAMERA ID
The camera ID is how the DVR identifies PTZ cameras.
Camera ID is set using the larger DIP switch panel with 8 switches. Each
switch represents a binary digit (i.e. switch #1=1, #2=2, #3=4, etc.).
Camera ID can be anything between 1-255. See the address example
table on the next page.
Camera ID DIP Switches
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Changing Protocol Information
You cannot use the same ID for more than 1 PTZ
camera.
IMPORTANT
ID
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You cannot set an ID with a value of 0.
Switch is ON or OFF
1
2
3
1
ON
OFF
2
OFF
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
5
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
6
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
7
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
8
OFF
OFF
OFF ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
9
ON
OFF
OFF ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
10
OFF
ON
OFF ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
11
ON
ON
OFF ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
12
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
13
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
14
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
15
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
16
OFF
OFF
OFF OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
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Changing Protocol Information
5.3 SETTING THE CAMERA PROTOCOL AND BAUD
RATE
The protocol is the language that allows the camera and DVR to
communicate, and the baud rate is the frequency of signal sent to the
camera. The camera supports Pelco-D and Pelco-P protocols.
Protocol and baud rate are set using switches 1&2 on the smaller DIP
switch panel. See the table below.
Protocol and Baud Rate Switches
1
2
Protocol/Baud Rate
OFF
OFF
Pelco-D 2400
ON
OFF
Pelco-D 9600
OFF
ON
Pelco-P 4800
ON
ON
Pelco-P 9600
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Switches 3& 4 are for manufacturer use only and
should always be set to OFF.
Technical Specifications
Image Sensor
1/3" Sony Ex-View HAD CCD II
Video Format
NTSC
Effective Pixels
976(H) x 494 (V)
Resolution
up to 700 TVL
Range
360° Pan (Endless)
155° Tilt (Auto-Flip)
Pan/Tilt Speed
Max 360°/Sec.
Zoom
10x Optical Zoom & 10x Digital Zoom
Protocol
Pelco-D, Pelco-P
Min. Illumination
0.7 Lux in Color 
0.02 Lux in Black and White
Lens / Lens Type
Auto Focus / 3.8-38mm F 1.8
S / N Ratio
50db (AGC Off)
Iris
Auto Iris
Termination
BNC Video / RS485 / DC Power
Video Output
Composite 1.0Vpp @ 75ohm
Power Requirement
12V DC ±10%
Power Consumption
Max. 850mA
Operating Temperature Range
-4°F ~ 122°F / -20°C ~ 50°C
Operating Humidity Range
within 90%RH
Indoor/Outdoor
Both(IP661)
Weight (camera)
Weight (Camera & Wall Mount)
2.15lbs / 0.96kg
3.0lbs / 1.4kg
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6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
1. Wall mount required for outdoor installation. Not intended for
submersion in water. Installation in a sheltered location recommended.
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Dimensions
7. DIMENSIONS
Units: mm
Camera
Camera and
Wall Mount
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Troubleshooting
8. TROUBLESHOOTING
• Camera is capable of seeing in extremely low light conditions (0.02
Lux), but it cannot see in total darkness. It is recommended to install
the camera where there is some ambient light (e.g. street lighting or
starlight, moonlight, etc.) or leave a light on in the area where the
camera is installed.
No image at startup
• Check to ensure your camera is properly connected (see “Connecting
the Camera” on page 2) and the power adapter is plugged in.
• Connect the power adapter to a different outlet.
• Make sure power adapter is the original one provided. Do not use
other power adapters with this product, as this will void the warranty.
No image or camera image is unclear
• Dome cover is dirty. Clean the dome cover with a soft, slightly damp
cloth. Do not use anything other than water to clean the dome cover,
as chemicals such as acetone can permanently damage the plastic.
• Extension cable run may be too long (see “Extension Cables” on page 8
for details).
• Voltage may drop over distance and affect image quality. The power
adapter must be connected at either the end of the provided 100ft
cable or directly to the 3ft cable.
Image is distorted
• Image may become unclear when camera is tilted too close to the
camera base (e.g. pointed parallel to the ceiling). Tilt the camera using
DVR PTZ controls.
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There is no picture at night
Troubleshooting
PTZ controls are not working or are not working properly
• RS485 wires not connected or connected using wrong polarity. Ensure
the red wire is connected to the + RS485 port and the black wire is
connected to the - RS485 port.
• Not enough of RS485 wire is exposed to make proper connection. Use
a wire stripper (not included) to strip off some of the wire insulation.
• Extension cables may be damaged or are not connected properly.
Check your extension cable run.
• PTZ protocol details are not configured in DVR. See your DVR
instruction manual for details.
• Multiple PTZ cameras are using the same camera ID. This will either
disable or affect PTZ controls. Configure a separate camera ID for
each camera (see “Setting the Camera ID” on page 22 for details).
DVR motion detection is constantly triggering
• Turn off motion detection on the channel the PTZ camera is connected
to. DVR’s use video motion detection, which means they detect motion
by looking for changes between frames (images) in the video. If the
camera is moving, the DVR will detect this as motion.
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