User manual
BLACK & WHITE CAMERA
1/3” INTERLINE TRANSFER CCD
HIGH RESOLUTION
Smartec STC-1000
USER’S MANUAL
www.smartec-security.eu
WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS
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
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)
instruction in the literature accompanying the product.
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
INFORMATION TO THE USER: THIS EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN TESTED
AND FOUND TO COMPLY WITH THE LIMITS FOR A CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE,
PURSUANT TO PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. THESE LIMITS ARE DESIGNED
TO PROVIDE REASONABLE PROTECTION AGAINST HARMFUL INTERFERENCE
IN A RESIDENTIAL INSTALLATION. THIS EQUIPMENT GENERATES, USES AND
CAN RADIATE RADIO FREQUENCY ENERGY AND, IF NOT INSTALLED AND
USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS, MAY CAUSE HARMFUL
INTERFERENCE TO RADIO COMMUNICATIONS. HOWEVER, THERE IS NO
GUARANTEE THAT INTERFERENCE WILL NOT OCCUR IN A PARTICULAR
INSTALLATION. IF THIS EQUIPMENT DOES CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE
TO RADIO OR TELEVISION RECEPTION, WHICH CAN BE DETERMINED BY
TURNING THE EQUIPMENT OFF AND ON, THE USER IS ENCOURAGED TO TRY
TO CORRECT THE INTERFERENCE BY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING
MEASURES:
- REORIENT OR RELOCATE THE RECEIVING ANTENNA
- INCREASE THE SEPARATION BETWEEN THE EQUIPMENT AND
RECEIVER
- CONNECT THE EQUIPMENT INTO AN OUTLET ON A CIRCUIT DIFFERENT
FROM THAT TO WHICH THE RECEIVER IS CONNECTED
- CONSULT THE DEALER OR AN EXPERIENCED RADIO/TV TECHNICIAN
FOR HELP
CAUTION:
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED
BY THE MANUFACTURED COULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE
THE EQUIPMENT.
THIS CLASS B DIGITAL APPARATUS COMPLIES WITH CANADIAN ICES-003.
CET APPAREIL NUMÉRIQUE DE LA CLASSE B EST CONFORME À LA NORME
NMB-003 DU CANADA.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
1.
READ AND RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS
Read the instruction manual before
operating the equipment. Retain the
manual for future reference.
2.
CLEANING
Turn the unit off and unplug from the
power outlet before cleaning. Use a
damp cloth for cleaning. Do not use
harsh cleansers or aerosol cleaners.
3.
ATTACHMENTS
Do not use attachments unless
recommended by manufactured as they
may affect the functionality of the unit and
result in the risk of fire, electric shock or
injury.
4.
MOISTURE
Do not use equipment near water or other
liquids.
5.
ACCESSORIES
Equipment should be installed in a safe,
stable location. Any wall or shelf
mounting accessory equipment should be
installed using the manufacture’s
instructions. Care should be used when
moving heavy equipment. Quick stops,
excessive force, and uneven surfaces
may cause the equipment to fall causing
serious injury to persons and objects.
6.
7.
VENTILATION
Openings in the equipment, if any, are
provided for ventilation to ensure reliable
operation of the unit and to protect if from
overheating. These openings must not
be blocked or covered
POWER SOURCES
The equipment should be operated only
from the type of power source indicated
on the marking label. If you are not sure
of the type of power supplied at the
installation location, contact your dealer.
For equipment designed to operate from
battery power, refer to the operating
instructions.
8.
GROUNDING OR POLARIZATION
Equipment that is powered through a
polarized plug (a plug with one blade
wider than the other) will fit into the power
outlet only one way. This is a safety
feature. If you are unable to insert the
plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the
plug. Do not defeat the safety purpose of
the polarized plug.
Alternate Warning: If the equipment is
powered through a three-way groundingtype plug, a plug having a third
(grounding) pin, the plug will only fit into a
grounding-type power outlet. This is a
safety feature. Do not defeat the safety
purpose of the grounding-type plug. If
your outlet does not have the grounding
plug receptacle, contact your local
electrician.
9.
CORD AND CABLE PROTECTION
Route power cords and cables in a
manner to protect them from damage by
being walked on or pinched by items
places upon or against them.
10. LIGHTNING
For protection of the equipment during a
lightning storm or when it is left
unattended and unused for long periods
of time, unplug the unit from the wall
outlet. Disconnect any antennas or cable
systems that may be connected to the
equipment. This will prevent damage to
the equipment due to lightning or powerline surges.
11. OVERLOADING
Do not overload wall outlets and
extension cords as this can result in a risk
of fire or electric shock.
12. SERVICING
Do not attempt to service the video
monitor or equipment yourself as opening
or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards.
Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
13. DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE
Unplug the equipment from the wall outlet
and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the following conditions:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
When the power supply cord or the
plug has been damaged.
If liquid has spilled or objects have
fallen into the unit.
If the equipment has been exposed
to water or other liquids.
If the equipment does not operate
normally by following the operating
instructions, adjust only those
controls that are covered by the
operating instructions. Improper
adjustment of other controls may
result in damage to the unit.
If the equipment has been dropped
or the casing damaged.
When the equipment exhibits a
distinct change in performance.
14. REPLACEMENT PARTS
When replacement parts are required, be
sure the service technician uses
replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or that have the same
characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in
fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
15. SAFETY CHECK
Upon completion of any service or repairs
to the equipment, ask the service
technician to perform safety checks to
verify that the equipment is in proper
operating condition.
16. FIELD INSTALLATION
The installation of equipment should be
made by a qualified service person and
should conform to all local codes.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................1
SYSTEM INSTALLATION ............................................................2
CAMERA OVERVIEW ..................................................................4
MANUAL IRIS LENS ADJUSTMENT............................................7
VIDEO AUTO IRIS INSTALLATION & ADJUSTMENT ...............11
DC AUTO IRIS LENS INSTALLATION & ADJUSTMENT ...........13
BACK FOCUS ADJUSTMENT ...................................................14
ZOOM LENS BACK FOCUS ADJUSTMENT..............................15
TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE ............................16
SPECIFICATIONS......................................................................18
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BLACK & WHITE CAMERAS
HIGH RESOLUTION
INTRODUCTION
BLACK AND WHITE CAMERA
The High resolution black and white security cameras provides
quality images for use in closed circuit television (CCTV) and security
surveillance applications.
Features:
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High performance 1/3” Interline Transfer CCD : BW
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Resolution:
570 lines
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B/W
0.08 lux @ F1.4 sensitivity
Supports standard C or CS mount lenses
Equipped with electronic iris
Adapts to Video or DC auto iris lenses through dip switch setting
Quick connection to auto iris lens with 4-pin connector
AGC adjustment
Include BLC function
230V AC or 24V AC power
or 12V DC power
IMPORTANT: The user of this camera is responsible
for checking and complying with local, state, and
federal laws and statutes concerning the recording
and monitoring of audio signals.
SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Installation of the camera must be performed by qualified service personnel in
accordance with all local and national electrical and mechanical codes.
Perform the following steps to install the camera.
1.
Remove all components from the package and identify the items that will
be used during installation.
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The camera with the CS lens mount
Mini din connector (for Video and DC type auto iris lenses)
C mount ring
Instruction manual
Other items used during the installation that are NOT supplied with the
camera may include:
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24V AC power supply or 12V DC power supply
Camera lens
Camera stand or mounting bracket
Video cable
Monitor
Mounting hardware
2.
Select a suitable location for the camera. Install the camera stand or
mounting bracket in the selected location using a suitable fastener.
The camera stand or mounting bracket must be attached to a structural
object, such as a wall stud or ceiling rafter, that supports the weight of
the camera and mount. The minimum recommended load rating for the
bracket is 5 kg (11 lbs).
3.
Attach the camera to the camera stand or mounting bracket using the
hardware supplied with the stand. The hardware connects to the
1/4” – 20 UNC threaded mounting hole on the top and bottom of the
camera housing.
Note: The mounting bracket on the camera housing can be attached to
the top or bottom of the housing to accommodate various installation
options.
4.
Route the video cable from the monitor to the camera.
5.
Plug the cable into the BNC output connector labeled “VIDEO OUT” on
the back of the camera.
6.
Plug the other end of the cable into the video input port on the back of the
monitoring device.
On 24V AC models:
7.
Connect a two-conductor power cable from the power supply to the 24V
AC input on the back of the camera.
24V AC
CLASS 2
“Use of Listed Class 2
Power Source”
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Apply 24V AC power to the camera.
On 230V AC models:
7.
Plug the power cord into a wall outlet.
8.
Apply 230V AC power to the camera.
9.
Adjust the camera back focus, lens focus, and iris controls for an optimum
picture.
BLACK and WHITE (B/W) CAMERA OVERVIEW
SIDE VIEW
C Mount Ring
Back Focus Lock Screw
( C MOUNT LENS )
( CS MOUNT LENS )
Camera Mounting Bracket
Back Focus Ring
BACK VIEW (24V AC)
Power LED
V. Phase Potentiometer
Level potentiometer
(for DC type A/I lens)
Function
Switch
Power Input
Terminal
BACK VIEW (230V AC)
LEVEL
PHASE PWR
ON
DC
ON
OFF
VID
OFF
E/I
A /I
A GC
Auto Iris Lens
Connector
LENS
AC Power cord
~ G
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24VAC CLASS 2
VIDEO OUT
Video Out BNC
Connector
FRONT VIEW
LEVEL PHASE PWR
ON
DC
OFF
VID
E/I
A /I
ON
LENS
OFF
A GC
A C 2 3 0 V IN
VIDEO OUT
1.
Back Focus Ring
This ring is used to adjust the back focus length (distance between the
CCD and the back of the lens) by rotation of the ring in a clockwise or
counter-clockwise direction.
2.
Back Focus Lock Screw
The lock screw locks the back focus ring after adjusting.
3.
Auto Iris Lens Connector
The auto-iris lens connector supplies either a video signal or DC control
signal to an auto iris lens. A standard 4-pin din connector interfaces to
any auto iris lens.
4.
Mounting Bracket Hole
The threaded holes (1/4” – 20) are used to mount the camera onto a
mounting bracket or tripod.
5.
Function Switch
The functions of the dip switch settings are explained below.
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
E/I
DC
VID
A/I
ON
Switch Alignment
Position of switch
OFF
AGC
Status of switch
UP
ON
DOWN
OFF
*Except A/I function
A. E/I (Electronic Iris) (SW1)
The E/I automatically varies the camera’s shutter to mimic auto iris
control, allowing fixed or manual iris lenses to be used in a wider
range of applications.
B. A/I (Auto Iris) (SW2)
The A/I switch is used to select the appropriate auto iris control signal
to the lens.
DC: Select for use with a DC auto iris lens
VID: Select for use with a video auto iris lens
SWITCH POSITION
UP
DOWN
A/I SETTING
DC
VIDEO
E/I SETTING
OFF
OFF
C. AGC (Auto Gain Control) (SW3)
The AGC feature keeps signals at a constant level. This control is
useful when using the camera at low light levels or when light levels
change over time.
6.
PHASE Adjustment
Phase adjustment is used in a multi-camera system when power is
supplied from different sources, causing the cameras to be out of phase.
This situation affects the auto-switching of the camera by causing a
vertical flip or roll during the switch interval. The vertical phase
adjustment allows the camera’s line lock sync to be adjusted from 0 to
300 degrees with reference to the zero line crossing of the AC power
source.
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Ensure that all cameras are powered from the same electrical source
and wired in a similar manner.
Adjust the phase control on the back of the camera until there is no
vertical flip or roll on the monitor when using an auto-switcher.
7.
LEVEL Adjustment
The LEVEL control adjusts the level of the auto iris when the A/I lens
selection switch is set to the DC position and a DC lens is mounted on the
camera. The A/I switch should be in the “vid” position when a video type
auto iris lens is used. The LEVEL adjustment does not apply to video
type A/I lenses, only DC lenses.
8.
Video Output Connector (BNC)
A 1.0Vp-p, 75 ohm composite video signal is provided to this output
connector.
9.
Power Input Terminal (24V AC model)
The power input terminal accepts 24V AC power from a UL listed Class 2
supply.
10. Power LED
The green power LED illuminates when power is supplied to the camera.
VIDEO AUTO IRIS
INSTALLATION & ADJUSTMENT
The camera supports video-type auto iris lenses which adjust to changing light
levels. Perform the following steps to install and adjust a video-type auto iris
lens.
1.
If necessary, solder the lens control wires to the connector supplied with
the camera.
Connector
Cover
Rib
Pin 3
Automatic
Iris Lens
Pin 1
Pin 4
Heat
Shrinkable
Tubes
Iris Control
Pin 2
Cable
Connector
PIN
1
2
3
4
2.
NAME
Voltage +
Open
Video
Ground
WIRE COLOR
Red
White
Black
Attach the video-type auto iris lens to the lens mount on the front of the
camera.
3.
Plug the connector from the lens into the auto iris jack on the back of the
camera. The connector is polarized and can only be inserted into the jack
one way.
4.
The E/I switch should be in the “OFF” position.
5.
The A/I switch should be in the “VID” position.
6.
Apply power to the camera.
7.
Adjust the focus ring on the lens for an optimum picture. If a picture is not
visible, set the lens for proper exposure by adjusting the ALC (Automatic
Level Control) and the level on the lens. The ALC setting can range
between AVG (average) or PK (peak). A midrange setting is appropriate
for most applications.
For ALC adjustments:
AVG
To slow the reaction of the lens to changing light, set the range to
the AVG setting to average the video level from the camera. Use
when there are bright spots in the picture such as lights or glare
from the sun.
PK
To increase the speed of the lens reaction to the changing light,
set the lens adjustment to PK so the lens will adjust to the
brightest or peak object in the video. Use this setting if you want
to see the brightest object and not the background objects.
For Level adjustments:
Adjust the level control for the best picture during the day. A night
adjustment may not provide the proper setting for controlling the light
during the day.
8.
Set the back focus of the camera before the final adjustment of the video
level.
9.
If the auto iris has a gain adjustment and the picture oscillates between
open and closed under bright lights, slowly turn the gain adjustment
counter clockwise until the oscillating stops. Increase the light getting to
the camera by adjusting the level control and re-adjusting the gain control.
DC AUTO IRIS LENS
INSTALLATION & ADJUSTMENT
The camera supports DC-type auto iris lenses. Perform the following steps to
install and adjust a DC-type auto iris lens.
1.
Solder the lens control wires to the connector supplied with the camera.
Connector
Cover
Rib
Pin 3
Automatic
Iris Lens
Pin 1
Pin 4
Heat
Shrinkable
Tubes
Iris Control
Pin 2
Cable
Connector
PIN
1
2
3
4
2.
NAME
Damp Coil Damp Coil +
Drive Coil +
Drive Coil -
WIRE COLOR
Blue
Red
White
Green
Attach the DC-type auto iris lens to the lens mount on the front of the
camera.
3. Plug the connector into the auto iris jack on the back of the camera. The
connector is polarized and can only be inserted into the jack one way.
BACK VIEW
4.
The E/I switch should be in the “OFF” position.
5.
The A/I switch should be in the “DC” position.
6.
Apply power to the camera.
7.
Adjust the auto iris lens for an optimum picture using the LEVEL control
on the back of the camera.
BACK FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
For best results, perform back focus adjustments at night or while using a #6
or #8 welders glass in front of the lens. The focus of the camera will change
slightly if the camera iris was adjusted on a light scene, then changes to a
dark scene. However, the camera will remain in focus if the iris was focused
on a dark scene and the scene lightens.
1.
The lens should be mounted on the camera before applying power.
2.
If a picture is visible, focus on the picture. If the picture is not visible,
open the iris on the lens. Open the lens as wide as possible by placing
the welder’s glass in front of the lens and forcing the lens to automatically
open.
3.
When the iris is open to the widest point, re-adjust the focus for clear
picture. If a clear picture is not possible, set the focus ring to midrange.
4.
Loosen the back focus lock screw.
5.
Adjust the back focus ring for a clear picture.
6.
Tighten the back focus lock screw.
7.
Fine tune the focus with the focus ring on the lens.
8.
Remove the welder’s glass from in front of the lens.
9.
Adjust the iris of the lens for the best picture quality.
ZOOM LENS BACK FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
The objective of back focusing a zoom lens is similar to that of a fixed focal
length camera except the back focus is also adjusted to maintain the focus
when “zooming” the lens in and out on a scene.
1.
Choose an object at the farthest range set for viewing with a zoom lens.
2.
Make sure the iris of the lens is wide open. Do this by adjusting the
camera at night or use a welders glass in front of the lens.
3.
Adjust the focus to the stop on the far range.
4.
Adjust the zoom on the lens to obtain the widest picture.
5.
Loosen the back focus lock screw.
6.
Adjust the back focus ring for the clearest picture.
7.
Tighten the back focus lock screw.
8.
Adjust the zoom on the lens to the far telephoto position.
9.
Adjust the back focus ring for the clearest picture.
10. Adjust the zoom on the lens back to the widest picture.
11. Loosen the back focus screw.
12. Re-adjust the back focus for the clearest picture.
13. Tighten the back focus lock screw.
14. Repeat the previous steps as necessary to maintain a clear picture
throughout the entire zoom range.
TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE
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
No Video
Video but no
control
Dark Video
AREA TO CHECK
1. Verify power is applied to all pieces of the
equipment in the system. The camera LED
should be ON.
2. Verify that the video cables are connected
correctly.
3. Verify that the lens cap has been removed
from the lens and the iris of the lens is
open.
Power down the system for one minute then
re-apply power.
1. Adjust iris.
2. Check A/I connections.
Preventive Maintenance
Preventive maintenance allows detection and correction of minor faults before
they become serious and cause equipment failures.
Every three months perform the following maintenance:
1.
Inspect all connecting cables for deterioration or other damage.
2.
Clean components with a clean damp cloth.
3.
Verify that all mounting hardware is secure.
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SPECIFICATIONS :
Power
Power source
Power consumption
Sensor Information
Image sensor
Chip size
Picture element
Scanning system
Scanning frequency
( BLACK and WHITE CAMERA )
24V AC, 60Hz or
24V AC, 50Hz or
230V AC, 50Hz or 12V DC
Max. 4.5 W at 24V AC
Max. 5.0 W at 230V AC
1/3” CCD
6.0mm (H) x 4.96mm (V)
768 (H) x 494 (V) EIA
752 (H) x 582 (V) CCIR
Temperature / Humidity
2:1 interlace
15.75 KHz, 60 Hz EIA
15.625 KHz, 50 Hz CCIR
Line lock
0º to 300 º
1/60 ~ 1/100,000 sec EIA
1/50 ~ 1/100,000 sec CCIR
14º F to 122º F (-10º C to 50º C), < 96%
Video
Signal format
Resolution
Minimum illumination
Video output
S/N ratio
BLC size
Sync level
Electronic iris
Auto iris
BLC
AGC
Vertical phase
DC iris level
525 lines EIA / 625 lines CCIR
570 TV lines
0.08 Lux
1.0Vp-p, 75 ohms
46dB (AGC OFF)
40% center
40 IRE
On/Off selectable
Video / DC selectable
On fixed
On/Off selectable
Adjustable
Adjustable
Sync system
Vertical phase adj.
Electronic shutter
Connectors & Mechanical
Video output
Power input
Auto iris connector
Lens mount
Mounting hole
Dimensions
Weight
BNC connector
3-pin terminal block at 24V AC model
Power cord at 230V AC model
4-pin mini din
C or CS mount
1 / 4” - 20 UNC top and bottom
2.4W x 2.1H x 5.0D” (62W x 54H x 127D mm)
0.715 lb (325 g) at 24V AC model
1.111 lb (505g) at 230V AC model
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