DPB74TLUX_MANUAL_EN_R1_web

Digital Video Security Systems
formerly
DPB74TLUX
D3200/D3300
Series
960H IR Bullet Camera
Digital Video Surveillance Recorder
4/8/16/32 960H Real-time View & Record CMS Mobile Apps HDMI
Instruction Manual
English Version 2.0
Instruction Manual
English Version 1.0
www.digimerge.com
www.flir.com/security
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Copyright © 2013 Digimerge Technologies Inc., a FLIR Company
www.flir.com/security
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Contents
Contents............................................................................... 3
General Features.................................................................. 4
Precautions........................................................................... 5
Safety precautions...................................................................................... 6
Please handle this camera carefully........................................................... 6
Safety Instructions............................................................... 6
Package Contents................................................................. 7
Installation............................................................................ 8
Connection......................................................................... 10
How to Set Up the Camera Menu..................................... 11
Menu Tree................................................................................................. 12
Menu Tree (Continued)............................................................................. 13
Menu Tree................................................................................................. 14
Default Settings........................................................................................ 15
Lens............................................................................................................ 17
Exposure.................................................................................................... 17
White Balance........................................................................................... 20
Day&Night................................................................................................. 22
3DNR (3D-Digital Noise Reduction)......................................................... 23
Special........................................................................................................ 24
Adjust......................................................................................................... 30
Reset.......................................................................................................... 31
Exit............................................................................................................. 31
Dimensions................................................................................................ 32
Specifications..................................................................... 32
Troubleshooting................................................................. 33
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General Features
•1/3” Sony EX-View™ II 960H
•UL standard 60065 Approved
•Built-in video balun (UTP)
•Up-the-coax (UTC) OSD adjustment via remote controller*
•Polaris Vision2 low light viewing
•Smart-IR Night Vision (150ft/46m) with Adjustable LED Power Level
•3.5-16mm Auto Iris D/N Varifocal Lens
•True Day Night with ICR mechanism (TDN)
•IP67 Weatherproof rated
•Advanced 3D Digital Noise Reduction (3D-DNR)
•ArcticPro technology for harsh climates (minimum operating temperature -40°F)
•Cold starter in -40 Degrees Fahrenheit
•Precise zoom/ focus adjustment, with included adjustment tool
•Privacy Masking / Motion Detection
•24V AC Operation
•Service Monitor Output (BNC)
•Cable through bracket design
* UTC controller accessory sold separately
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Precautions
Do not install the camera in
extreme temperature conditions.
Do not install or use the camera in an
environment where the humidity is high.
Only use the camera in environments
between -40°C and +50°C.
Do not touch the front lens of the
camera.
This is one of the most important parts
of the camera. Be careful not to leave
fingerprints on the lens cover.
Do not expose the camera to rain
or spill liquids on it.
If it gets wet, wipe dry immediately.
Liquids can contain minerals that corrode
the electronic components.
Do not install the camera under
unstable lighting conditions.
Severe lighting change or flicker can
cause the camera to work improperly.
Never keep the camera pointed
directly at strong light.
Do not drop the camera or subject
it to physical shocks.
It can cause malfunctions to occur.
Do not expose the camera to
radioactivity.
If exposed to radioactivity the CCD
will fail.
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NOTE
•If the camera is exposed
to spotlight or strong
lighting, smear or
blooming may occur.
•Please check that the
power satisfies the
requirements listed in
the Specifications before
connecting the camera.
Safety Instructions
Safety precautions
•This camera should be installed by qualified personnel only.
•There are no user serviceable parts inside. Do not disassemble the camera.
•Use an appropriate low voltage power cable to prevent fire or electrical
shock.
•Please ensure that your installation area can support the weight of the
camera.
Please handle this camera carefully
•Do not use a strong or abrasive detergent when cleaning the camera.
•Do not expose the camera to direct sun.
•Do not install the camera in high humidity environments.
•Do not install the camera near cooling or heating devices.
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Package Contents
Camera (x1)
Hexagon Screw
Plate 5x10 (x4)
Tapping Screw
4x25 (x4)
Mounting Plate (x1)
Allen Key (x1)
Zoom / Focus
Adjustment Tool (x1)
Accessories
•MNTB74J Junction box
mount.
Test Video Cable (x1)
Instruction Manual (x1)
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•ACCUTC1 UTC Controller
Contact your distributor
for details.
Installation
1. Use the mounting plate to drill holes for the
cable and mounting screws.
2. Place the flat side of the mounting plate
against the surface and attach it to the
surface using the tapping screws 4x25 (4x).
3. Run the cable through the surface. Connect
the cables. Attach the base of the camera to
Mounting Plate
the mounting plate using the hexagon screws
5x10 (4x).
Hexagon screw 5x10
Mounting
screw holes
Mounting plate
Tapping screw 4x25
4. Adjust the position of the camera, as needed.
a.Loosen the ring on the camera base to rotate the base 360°.
b.Loosen the screw on the side of the camera stand to tilt the
camera 180°.
c.Loosen the screw underneath the camera stand to rotate the
camera around the stand 360°.
c.
a. b.
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5. Unscrew the service compartment cap to adjust the zoom/focus, LED level, and OSD.
If the service compartment cap is too tight, use the included allen key to loosen it.
•(Optional) Connect the included video test cable to the Video Test connector
to output the video to a BNC test monitor.
•To adjust the zoom / focus, loosen the middle Lock screw with a philipshead
screwdriver. Then turn the Zoom and Focus screws using the included zoom /
focus adjustment tool or with a small philipshead screwdriver.
•To adjust the power output to the IR LEDs, use a small philipshead screwdriver
to turn the LED Level screw left to decrease the output or right to increase the
output. It is recommended to fine tune the IR level during low light conditions to
determine the best setting.
NOTE: By default, the IR LEDs are set for maximum output. For short-range installation
environments, it is recommended to turn down the LED level.
•For details on adjusting the OSD menu, see “How to Set Up the Camera Menu”
on page 11.
NOTE: OSD menu can also be controlled using a UTC controller (Pelco C protocol;
accessory model number: ACCUTC1).
6. Close the service compartment cap and ensure all camera adjustment screws
are tightened securely. You can use the included allen key to secure the service
compartment cap.
Make sure the rubber seal is on the service compartment cap to ensure the
weatherproof rating of the camera.
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Connection
This camera supports 24V AC power only.
a.
b.
c.
a.Power: Connect the camera to a 24V AC power source.
b.BNC Video: Connect the camera to the video cable. You can also
control the camera OSD over the video cable using a UTC controller
(Pelco C protocol).
OR
c.UTP Video: Connect the camera to a video balun using one pair
from a UTP cable (for example, Cat 5). Make sure to match the correct
polarity as marked on the balun.
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How to Set Up the Camera Menu
Use the camera menu to configure image quality and other camera settings.
To access the camera menu:
1. Open the service compartment on the bottom of the camera.
OR Connect a UTC controller (Pelco C protocol) to the video cable and continue running the
cable to the DVR or monitor.
NOTE: Use the included allen key to lock/unlock the service compartment.
2. Press and hold the Set Up (middle) button to open the OSD menu.
•Press Up/Down to move the menu cursor up and down and select menu items.
•Press Left/Right to move the menu cursor left and right and adjust the selected menu
item.
•Press the Set Up button to open sub-menus or confirm selections.
3. When you are finished making changes to the menu, select Exit and press Set Up.
NOTE
•Arrow icon (
) indicates sub-menu is available.
•You must Exit the OSD menu to save menu changes. Otherwise,
changes will not be saved if there is a power failure.
•To save changes, return to the main OSD menu, select EXIT, and press the Set Up
button. Or, in sub-menus, select SAVE&END and press Set Up to save changes
and exit the OSD menu.
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Default Settings
Setting
Lens -> DC -> Brightness
Lens -> DC -> Mode
Exposure -> Shutter
Exposure -> Brightness
Exposure -> AGC
Exposure -> Sense-Up
Exposure -> BLC
Exposure -> BLC -> BLC -> Value
Exposure -> BLC -> HSBLC -> Gain
Exposure -> BLC -> HSBLC -> Mode
Exposure -> D-WDR
Exposure -> Indoor -> Low Level
Exposure -> Indoor -> High Level
Exposure -> Outdoor -> Low Level
Exposure -> Outdoor -> High Level
White Bal
White Bal -> Manual -> Blue
White Bal -> Manual -> Red
Day&Night
Day&Night -> EXT -> Start Delay
Day&Night -> EXT -> End Delay
Day&Night -> B/W -> Burst
Day&Night -> B/W -> IR Smart
Day&Night -> B/W -> IR Smart -> Value
Day&Night -> B/W -> IR Smart -> IR DWDR
Day&Night -> Auto -> Delay
Day&Night -> Auto -> D --> N (AGC)
Day&Night -> Auto -> N --> D (AGC)
3DNR
3DNR -> Level
Special -> Cam Title
Special -> D-Effect -> Mirror
Special -> D-Effect -> D-Zoom
Special -> D-Effect -> D-Zoom -> Range
Special -> D-Effect -> D-Zoom -> Pan
Special -> D-Effect -> D-Zoom -> Tilt
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Default Value
50
Outdoor
Auto
50
Middle
X32
Off
Middle
8
All Day
Off
4
11
0
0
ATW
28
16
EXT
5
2
Off
On
50
2
5
60
20
ON
200
Off
Off
Off
x 2.0
0
0
Setting
Special -> D-Effect -> Smart DZoom
Special -> D-Effect -> Smart DZoom -> Range
Special -> D-Effect -> Sensitivity
Special -> D-Effect -> Time
Special -> D-Effect -> DIS
Special -> D-Effect -> Neg. Image
Special -> Motion
Special -> Motion -> Area
Special -> Motion -> Area Display
Special -> Motion -> Value
Special -> Motion -> Motion View
Special -> Privacy
Special -> Privacy -> Area
Special -> Privacy -> Area Display
Special -> Privacy -> Color
Special -> Privacy ->Transpar
Special -> Defect -> Sensup
Special -> Defect -> Diff
Special -> Defect -> Threshold
Special -> Defog
Special -> Defog -> Manual -> Level
Special -> Defog -> Manual -> Color Gain
Special -> Defog -> Manual -> Edge Gain
Special -> Defog -> Auto -> Detect Level
Adjust -> Sharpness
Adjust -> Monitor
Adjust -> Monitor -> LCD -> Gamma
Adjust -> Monitor -> LCD -> Level
Adjust -> Monitor -> LCD -> Blue Gain
Adjust -> Monitor -> LCD -> Red Gain
Adjust -> Monitor -> User -> Gamma
Adjust -> Monitor -> User -> Level
Adjust -> Monitor -> User -> Blue Gain
Adjust -> Monitor -> User -> Red Gain
Adjust -> Monitor -> CRT -> Level
Adjust -> Monitor -> CRT -> Blue Gain
Adjust -> Monitor -> CRT -> Red Gain
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Default Value
Off
x 2.0
80
3
Off
Off
Off
1
On
80
Off
Off
1
On
10
3
X32
2
1
Off
10
3
3
3
25
LCD
0.55
20
100
100
0.55
20
130
130
20
110
110
Lens
The Lens submenu is used to adjust the brightness of the camera.
1. Press Up/Down to select LENS and then press Set Up.
SETUP
LENS
EXPOSURE
WHITE BAL
DAY&NIGHT
3DNR
SPECIAL
ADJUST
RESET
EXIT
DCAUTO
ATW
COLOR
ON
2. Press Up/Down to select BRIGHTNESS and then Left/Right to adjust the
brightness between 1~100.
3. Press Up/Down to select MODE and then Left/Right to select INDOOR or
OUTDOOR depending on the installation environment.
DC LENS
BRIGHTNESS
MODE
RETURN
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INDOOR
RET
Exposure
1. Press Up/Down to select EXPOSURE and then press Set Up.
SETUP
LENS
EXPOSURE
WHITE BAL
DAY&NIGHT
3DNR
SPECIAL
ADJUST
RESET
EXIT
DC
ATW
COLOR
ON
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2. Configure the following:
•Shutter: Press Left/Right to select AUTO shutter speed, adjust the shutter
speed between 1/60~1/100,000 or 2x~x256, or select FLK mode.
EXPOSURE
SHUTTER
AGC
SENSE-UP
BLC
D-WDR
RETURN
AUTO
MID
AUTO
OFF
OFF
RET
•AGC (Auto Gain Control): Press Left/Right to adjust AGC. Increasing
the AGC level may increase the amount of noise in the image.
»» Off: AGC disabled.
»» Low: 28dB gain applied.
»» Mid: 32dB gain applied.
»» High: 36dB gain applied.
•Sense-Up: Press Left/Right to enable/disable Digital Slow Shutter (DSS)
function. Slow Shutter uses a combination of gain and a reduction in shutter
speed to compensate for decreased light levels.
»» Off: DSS disabled.
»» Auto: Enable DSS. Press Set Up and then press Left/Right to adjust
the maximum shutter speed adjustment between 2x~256x.
SENSE-UP
SENSE-UP
RETURN
x32
RET
NOTE
•Sense-Up is disabled if Shutter is not set to AUTO or 1/60.
•To limit ghosting effect, it is recommended to select a Sense-Up between
2x and 32x.
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•BLC (Back Light Compensation): The camera uses auto exposure control
to automatically tone down highlighted areas of the image.
»» Off: Disable BLC.
»» BLC: Enable BLC in a user defined area. In this mode, the camera will
decrease the brightness in selected areas with highlights. Press Set Up to
configure the BLC area and level:
BLC
VALUE
AREA
DEFAULT
RETURN
MIDDLE
RET
»» Value: Set the BLC level: Low, Medium, or High.
»» Position: Set the area where BLC will be applied. Press Set Up and press
Left/Right/Up/Down to adjust the position of the area. Press Set Up
to confirm the area and then press Left/Right/Up/Down to adjust the
size of the area. Press Set Up to confirm the size and then press Set Up
again to return to the BLC sub-menu.
»» Default: Press Set Up to return the BLC level and area to the default
settings.
»» HSBLC (Highlight Suppression Back Light Compensation):
HSBLC actively blocks highlighted areas in the image. For example, when
there is a car headlight turned on at the entrance of a gas station, the
numbers of the car plate may be recognized by blocking the light from the
car headlight. Press Set Up to configure HSBLC settings:
HSBLC
GAIN
MODE
DEFAULT
RETURN
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ALL DAY
RET
Normal
HSBLC
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»» Gain: Press Left/Right to adjust the gain tolerance between 1~8. The
higher this value is, the brighter areas of the image will need to be for the
camera to block them.
»» Mode: Press Left/Right to select ALL DAY for HSBLC to be enabled
in both day and night mode or NIGHT ONLY for HSBLC to be enabled
during night mode only.
»» Default: Press Set Up to return to default HSBLC settings.
•D-WDR (Digital Wide Dynamic Range): D-WDR automatically adjusts
the light level in parts of the image to overcome strong backlight conditions.
»» Off: Disable D-WDR.
»» Indoor: Compensates for typical indoor lighting conditions. Press Set
Up to adjust the Low Level and High Level for D-WDR.
»» Outdoor: Compensates for typical outdoor lighting conditions. Press Set
Up to adjust the Low Level and High Level for D-WDR.
D-WDR OFF
D-WDR ON
White Balance
Use the White Balance function to adjust the color of the image.
1. Press Up/Down to select White Bal.
SETUP
LENS
EXPOSURE
WHITE BAL
DAY&NIGHT
3DNR
SPECIAL
ADJUST
RESET
EXIT
DC
ATW
COLOR
ON
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2. Press Left/Right to select the best White Balance mode for your installation:
•ATW (Auto-Trace White Balance): Use this mode when the color
temperature is between 1,800K to 10,500K.
•AWB (Auto White Balance): Because ATW may not work properly in
certain conditions, it is recommended to use this mode if one of the following
conditions is present in your installation:
»» When there is a very high color temperature in the image (above 10,500K;
for example, clear sky or sunset).
»» It is very dark.
»» If the camera is pointed directly at fluorescent lighting or if there is a drastic
lighting change, the operation of white balance may become unstable.
•AWC-->SET: Place a white card in front of the camera lens and then press
the Set Up button to set the white balance setting. If the lighting condition
changes, you may need to re-adjust the white balance.
•Manual: Use the manual option to manually adjust the blue and red levels.
Press Set Up, then press Left/Right to adjust the Blue and Red levels.
MANUAL WB
BLUE
RED
RETURN
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20
RET
Day&Night
The Day&Night sub-menu allows you to configure day and night modes.
1. Press Up/Down to select Day&Night.
SETUP
LENS
EXPOSURE
WHITE BAL
DAY&NIGHT
3DNR
SPECIAL
ADJUST
RESET
EXIT
DC
ATW
COLOR
ON
2. Press Left/Right to select one of the following modes:
• Color: Image will always be in color (day mode).
•B/W: Image will always be in black & white (night mode). Press Set Up to
enter the B/W sub-menu.
DAY&NIGHT B/W
BURST
IR SMART
RETURN
OFF
ON
RET
»» Burst: Press Left/Right to select Off to eliminate the burst signal or
On to allow the burst signal.
»» IR Smart: Press Left/Right to select On to enable Smart IR
compensation or Off to disable. Smart IR will prevent the image from
becoming overexposed if objects come too close to the camera at night. If
set to On, press Set Up to configure the following:
»» Value: Press Left/Right to adjust the amount the camera will
compensate for IR saturation.
»» Area: Press Set Up to adjust the area where the camera will apply Smart
IR compensation.
»» IR DWDR: Press Left/Right to increase the level of D-WDR that will be
applied for Smart IR. This will brighten areas outside of the Smart IR area.
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NOTE
•Settings changed in the IR Smart menu are saved if you change Day &
Night to EXT or AUTO.
•EXT (Recommended): Camera uses the CdS sensor to detect lighting
conditions and automatically select between day and night mode. Press Set Up
to set the Start Delay and End Delay.
•Auto: Camera uses the internal sensor to detect lighting conditions and
select between day and night mode. Press Set Up to configure the following
parameters for auto day/night mode:
»» Delay: Press Left/Right to select the delay time before the camera will
switch between day and night modes.
»» D->N(AGC): Select the brightness value when the camera changes from
day mode to night mode.
»» N->D(AGC): Select the brightness value when the camera changes from
night mode to day mode.
DAY&NIGHT AUTO
DELAY
D → N(AGC)
N → D(AGC)
RETURN
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60
20
RET
3DNR (3D-Digital Noise Reduction)
3DNR allows you to configure 3D-Digital Noise Reduction (3D-DNR). 3D-DNR reduces
noise in the image during night mode.
1. Press Up/Down to select 3DNR.
SETUP
LENS
EXPOSURE
WHITE BAL
DAY&NIGHT
3DNR
SPECIAL
ADJUST
RESET
EXIT
DC
ATW
COLOR
ON
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2. Press Left/Right to select ON to enable 3D-DNR or select OFF to disable. If
you select ON, press Set Up to set the compensation level for 3D-DNR between
0~200.
3DNR
LEVEL
RETURN
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RET
NOTE
As the level is increased, the effectiveness of the noise reduction will
increase, but ghosting or a softening of the image may occur.
Special
The Special menu contains miscellaneous camera functions.
1. Press Up/Down to select Special and press the Set Up button.
SETUP
LENS
EXPOSURE
WHITE BAL
DAY&NIGHT
3DNR
SPECIAL
ADJUST
RESET
EXIT
DC
ATW
COLOR
ON
The Special menu contains the following functions:
SPECIAL
CAM TITLE
D-EFFECT
MOTION
PRIVACY
DEFECT
DEFOG
RETURN
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
RET
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•CAM TITLE: Press Left/Right to select OFF to disable the camera title
display on the OSD. Or, select ON to enable camera title display and press Set
Up to configure the camera title. To configure the camera title, do the following:
CAM TITLE
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
ABCDEFGHIJK
LMNOPQRSTUV
W X Y Z ▶ → ← ↑↓ ( )
α - _ ■ / = & : , .
←→
CLR
POS
END
CAMERA
001
_______________
a.Press Up/Down/Left/Right to control the menu cursor.
b.Press Set Up to enter the selected character.
c.Use the <- and -> controls to edit the previous character or next
character in the title.
d.Select CLR and press Set Up to erase all characters.
e.Select POS and press Set Up to configure the position of the
camera title. Then, press Left/Right/Up/Down to set the position.
Press Set Up again when finished.
f. Select END and press Set Up to save the camera title.
NOTE
If you want to enter a space or erase a letter, move the cursor on the
empty space in front of the number 0 and press Set Up.
•D-Effect: Press Set Up to open the D-Effect sub-menu. This sub-menu allows
you to apply the following digital effects to the image.
D-EFFECT
FREEZE
MIRROR
D-ZOOM
SMART DZOOM
DIS
NEG.IMAGE
RETURN
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OFF
OFF
--OFF
--OFF
RET
»» Freeze: Press Left/Right to select ON to freeze the image in place.
Select OFF to unfreeze the image.
»» Mirror: Press Left/Right to flip the image in one of the following
directions:
OFF
MIRROR
ROTATE
V-FLIP
»» D-Zoom: Press Left/Right to select ON to enable digital zoom or
OFF to disable. Press Set Up to configure the following:
D-ZOOM
RANGE
PAN
TILT
RETURN
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0
0
RET
»» Range: Press Left/Right to apply 1x~32x digital zoom to the image.
»» PAN: Press Left/Right to move the zoom area left and right.
»» TILT: Press Left/Right to adjust the zoom area up and down.
NOTE
•Using digital zoom will decrease the resolution of the image. It is
recommended to use the zoom/focus screws to zoom in the image without
losing resolution.
•When D-Zoom is enabled, Smart Dzoom, and DIS cannot be used.
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»» SMART DZOOM: Smart DZoom automatically digitally zooms the
camera when there is motion detected in a certain area. Press Left/
Right to select ON to enable Smart DZoom or OFF to disable. Then
press Set Up to configure the following parameters:
»» Range: Press Left/Right to apply 2x~5x digital zoom to the image.
»» Position: Press Set Up and then press Left/Right/Up/Down to
adjust the zoom area. Press Set Up to confirm the area.
»» Sensitivity: Press Left/Right to adjust the sensitivity of motion
detection for Smart DZoom.
»» Time: Press Left/Right to adjust the time the camera will maintain the
zoom before zooming out.
»» DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer): DIS compensates for unclear images
caused by windy conditions or vibrations in the installation area. Press
Left/Right to select ON to enable DIS or OFF to disable.
DIS OFF
DIS ON
»» Neg. Image: Press Left/Right to select ON to invert the colors in the
image (makes the image look like a photo negative). Or select OFF for a
normal image.
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•MOTION: You can set motion detection to highlight specific areas of the
screen when motion is detected. Press Left/Right to select ON to enable
motion detection or OFF to disable. If you select ON, press Set Up to
configure the following parameters:
MOTION
AREA
AREA DISPLAY
VALUE
MOTION VIEW
RETURN
1
ON
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OFF
RET
TIP
•Motion detection settings are generally set separately on the DVR, where
they can trigger motion recording or other actions.
»» Area: Press Left/Right to select areas 1~4.
»» Area Display: Press Left/Right to select ON to enable the selected
area or select OFF to disable the selected area. To configure the area:
a.If ON is selected, press Set Up.
b.Press Left/Right/Up/Down to configure the position of the
motion area and then press Set Up to confirm.
c.Press Left/Right/Up/Down to configure the size of the motion
area and then press Set Up to confirm.
d.Press Set Up again to save changes.
»» Value (Sensitivity): Press Left/Right to adjust the sensitivity of
the motion detection. The higher the setting “Value” is, the higher the
sensitivity for motion.
»» Motion View: Press Left/Right to select ON to show highlights on
the monitor when the camera detects motion in the motion areas.
•Privacy: This allows you to hide up to 8 privacy areas on the monitor. Areas
designated as privacy areas will not be recorded. Press Left/
Right to select ON to enable privacy areas or OFF to disable. If ON is
selected, press Set Up to configure the following:
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PRIVACY
AREA
AREA DISPLAY
COLOR
TRANSPAR
RETURN
4
ON
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»» Area: Press Left/Right to select privacy area 1~8.
»» Area Display: Press Left/Right to select ON to enable the selected
area or select OFF to disable the selected area. To configure the area:
a.If ON is selected, press Set Up.
b.Press Left/Right/Up/Down to configure the corners of the
privacy area and then press Set Up to go to the next corner.
c.Press Left/Right/Up/Down to configure the position of the
privacy area and then press Set Up.
d.Press Set Up again to save the privacy area.
»» Color: Press Left/Right to select color 0~15.
»» Transparency: Press Left/Right to set the transparency of the motion
area between 0~3.
•Defect: Use the Defect setting to remove white spots (defects). The camera can
eliminate up to 256 points. Press Set Up and then configure the following.
»» Senseup: Press Left/Right to set the level of defect elimination. 32x
is recommended.
»» Diff: Press Left/Right to set the size of defects between 0~3.
»» Start: Select Start and press Set Up to start defect correction.
•Defog: The Defog feature improves the picture of objects obscured by fog
or dust. Press Left/Right to select Manual or Auto to enable or OFF to
disable.
DEFOG OFF
DEFOG ON
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»» Auto: Automatic defog settings. Press Set Up and then press Left/
Right to adjust the Detect Level. A higher level will increase the
compensation for heavier fog.
»» Manual: Manual defog settings. Press Set Up to configure defog
settings.
Adjust
This function is needed to control the brightness of the monitor.
1. Press Up/Down to select Adjust and then press the Set Up button. Configure
the following:
SETUP
LENS
EXPOSURE
WHITE BAL
DAY&NIGHT
3DNR
SPECIAL
ADJUST
RESET
EXIT
DC
ATW
COLOR
ON
ADJUST
SHARPNESS
MONITOR
RETURN
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LCD
RET
•Sharpness: Press Left/Right to adjust the sharpness of the image, as
needed. Increasing sharpness will make the outlines of the image more distinct.
•Monitor: Press Left/Right to select one of the following, depending on the
type of monitor you have.
»» LCD: Recommended if you are using an LCD monitor. Press Set Up to
configure the Gamma, Level, Blue Gain, and Red Gain.
»» CRT: Recommended if you are using a CRT monitor. Press Set Up to
configure the Level, Blue Gain, and Red Gain.
»» User: Custom monitor settings. Press Set Up to configure the Gamma,
Level, Blue Gain, and Red Gain.
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Reset
Use the Reset function to reset the camera to factory default settings. This is
recommended if you end up with an unclear or unsatisfactory picture due to setting
changes.
1. Press Up/Down to select Reset and press Set Up.
2. Press Up/Down to select Factory and press Set Up.
SETUP
LENS
EXPOSURE
WHITE BAL
DAY&NIGHT
3DNR
SPECIAL
ADJUST
RESET
EXIT
DC
ATW
COLOR
ON
RESET
FACTORY
RETURN
RESET
RET
Exit
Press Up/Down to select Exit and press Set Up to save the current settings and
exit the OSD menu.
SETUP
LENS
EXPOSURE
WHITE BAL
DAY&NIGHT
3DNR
SPECIAL
ADJUST
RESET
EXIT
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DC
ATW
COLOR
ON
Specifications
Sensor Type
Effective Pixels
Total Pixels
Resolution
Scanning System
Minimum Illumination
Video Output
S/N Ratio
Lens
Power Source
Power Consumption
Minimum Power
Requirement
Power Input
Communication
IP Rating
Operating Humidity
Operating Temperature
Weight
DPB74TLUX
1/3” Sony EX-View™ II 960H CCD
976 (H) X 494 (V)
1020 (H) X 508 (V)
700+TVL
2:1 Interlace
0.01 LUX @ F1.2
0 LUX /w IR LED on
1.0Vp-p Composite @ 75 Ohms
52db @ AGC off
3.5mm~16mm F1.2 Varifocal DC Auto Iris
AC 24V +10%
11W without heater
24W with heater
450mA without heater
1A with heater
2-pin terminal block detachable
Coaxial I/F (UTC)
UTP
IP67
Within 95% RH
-40~122°F / -40~50°C
1.8lbs / 0.8kg
Dimensions
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Nothing appears on the screen.
•Check the power and video
connection to the camera.
•Ensure sufficient power is being
supplied to the camera.
•Adjust the lens zoom and focus.
•The lens cover is dirty. Clean the
lens / glass with a soft clean cloth.
•Reset the camera to default
settings.
•If the camera is facing a very
strong light, move the camera to a
different position.
•Ensure DZOOM is not enabled.
•Adjust the brightness and contrast
controls on the monitor/DVR.
•If there is an intermediate device,
ensure it is set to 75Ω/Hi z.
•Turn the LED Level screw to the left
to reduce the power output to the
IR LEDs. It is recommended to fine
tune the LED Level to find the best
setting.
•Check the camera is correctly
connected to an appropriate
regulated power source.
•Make sure that the camera isn’t
facing direct sunlight or fluorescent
lighting. If necessary, change the
camera position.
•Check that the AGC setting in the
EXPOSURE menu isn’t set to OFF.
•Check the EXPOSURE menu and
make sure SHUTTER is set to AUTO
or 1/60.
The image on the screen is unclear.
The image on the screen is dark.
The image is overexposed at night.
The camera is not working properly and
the surface of the camera is hot.
The color of the picture is not correct.
The SENSE-UP does not work.
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