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Ultra Compact 960H PTZ Camera
with 12X Optical Zoom and WDR
VITEK
• 1/4” Sony Super HAD II CCD with 700 TV Lines (960H)
• Built-In 3.8mm to 45.6mm Lens with 12x Optical / 32x Digital Zoom
• True Day/Night function with ICR
• 128 Presets programmed with view direction, zoom, and BLC
• 4 Patterns record and play back user preference of surveillance path up to 120º sec.
• 8 Scans: 8 speed steps from slow to medium panning with smooth Diagonal Scan
• 4 Tours: Each tour consists up to 32 Presets, Patterns, and/or Scans
• Fully Gasket Sealed IP-66 Rated Weatherproof Design
• 4 Alarm inputs with 1~4 priority / 1 Auxiliary output with programmable NC & NO
• 8 Privacy Zones: Video off or up to 8 masked blocks
• 64 steps of variable speed from 0.4º/sec to 90º/sec. Max manual speed 190º/sec
with Turbo key pressed, Preset speed is 380º/sec.
• Built-in RS-485 receiver driver.
• Built-in power-line surge protection and lightning protection
• Built-in Heater/Blower for use in Extreme Temperatures
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UNPACKING
Before installing the Dome camera, please make sure that the following items are
included in the box:
1. Mini Speed Dome Camera
2. Instruction Manual
3. Mounting Hardware
If any of these materials are missing, please contact the vendor or VITEK customer help
desk immediately.
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DISCLAIMER
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While every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this
guide is accurate and complete, no liability can be accepted for any errors or
omissions.
VITEK reserves the right to change the specifications of the hardware and software
described herein at any time without prior notice.
No part of this guide may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a
retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form, by any means, without
prior written permission of VITEK.
VITEK makes no warranties for damages resulting from corrupted or lost data due to
a mistaken operation or malfunction of the Speed Dome Cameras, peripheral
devices, or unapproved/unsupported devices.
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WARNING AND CAUTION
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FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
FCC INFORMATION: THIS EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN TESTED AND FOUND TO
COMPLY WITH THE LIMITS FOR A CLASS A DIGITAL DEVICE, PURSUANT TO
PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. THESE LIMITS ARE DESIGNED TO PROVIDE
REASONABLE PROTECTION AGAINST HARMFUL INTERFERENCE WHEN
THE EQUIPMENT IS OPERATED IN A COMMERCIAL ENVIRONMENT. THIS
EQUIPMENT GENERATES, USES, AND CAN RADIATE RADIO FREQUENCY
ENERGY AND IF NOT INSTALLED AND USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
INSTRUCTION MANUAL, MAY CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE TO RADIO
COMMUNICATIONS. OPERATION OF THIS EQUIPMENT IN A RESIDENTIAL
AREA IS LIKELY TO CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE IN WHICH CASE THE
USER WILL BE REQUIRED TO CORRECT THE INTERFERENCE AT THEIR
OWN EXPENSE.
CAUTION: CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY
THE PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLIANCE COULD VOID THE USER'S
AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
THIS CLASS A DIGITAL EQUIPMENT COMPLIES WITH CANADIAN ICES-003.
CET APPAREIL NUMÉRIQUE DE LA CLASSE A EST CONFORME À LA NORME
NMB-003 DU CANADA.
CE COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
WARNING
THIS IS A CLASS A PRODUCT. IN A DOMESTIC ENVIRONMENT THIS
PRODUCT MAY CAUSE RADIO INTERFERENCE IN WHICH CASE THE USER
MAY BE REQUIRED TO TAKE ADEQUATE MEASURES.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
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4.
5.
6.
Read these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this equipment near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
7. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other equipment (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
8. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
9. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the equipment.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
10. Unplug this equipment during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
11. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
equipment has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the equipment, the
equipment has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
CAUTION - THESE SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR USE BY QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT PERFORM ANY SERVICING OTHER THAN THAT CONTAINED IN THE
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS UNLESS YOU ARE QUALIFIED TO DO SO.
Use Certified/Listed Class 2 power supply transformer only.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
DISCLAIMER ................................................................................................................... 2 I. INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................... 7 Features .................................................................................................................................................. 7 II. INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION ................................................................... 8 2.1 Typical System Configuration ........................................................................................................ 8 2.2 Basic Configuration of Speed Dome Camera System .................................................................. 9 2.6 Principle of Termination ................................................................................................................ 13 Daisy-Chain Wiring..................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Home-Run Wiring ....................................................................................................................................................................... 13 2.7 Dome Camera Address (ID) .......................................................................................................... 15 2.8 Setting Protocols ........................................................................................................................... 16 2.9 Connections ................................................................................................................................... 17 3.0 Mounting the Dome Camera ......................................................................................................... 18 3.1 Power on and Boot-up Sequence ................................................................................................. 19 III. PROGRAM & OPERATION...................................................................................... 20 Dome Camera Selection ...................................................................................................................... 20 3.1 FUNCTIONS .................................................................................................................................... 20 3.1.1 HOME FUNCTION (MENU =>FUNCTIONS => HOME FUNCTION) ................................................................................. 21 3.1.2 PRESET (MENU => FUNCTIONS => PRESET Short Cut:PRST ) .................................................................................... 22 3.1.3 PATTERN (MENU => FUNCTIONS => PATTERNS or Shortcut: PTRN) ........................................................................... 24 3.1.4 SCAN ( MENU => FUNCTIONS => SCAN or Shortcut: SCAN) ........................................................................................ 25 3.3 SCREEN .......................................................................................................................................... 30 3.3.2 PRIVACY ZONE ( MENU => SCREEN => PRIVACY ZONE) ........................................................................................... 31 3.3.3 NORTH DIRECTION ( MENU => SCREEN => NORTH DIRECTION) ............................................................................. 32 3.4 CAMERA ( MENU => CAMERA) .................................................................................................... 34 3.4.1 FOCUS CONTROL( MENU => CAMERA => FOCUS CONTROL)................................................................................... 34 3.4.2 WB (white balance) ( MENU => CAMERA => WB CONTROL) ........................................................................................ 34 3.4.3 AE CONTROL ( MENU => CAMERA => EXPOSURE SETUP)........................................................................................ 35 3.4.4 BACK LIGHT COMPENSATION ( MENU è CAMERA èBack Light) .............................................................................. 35 3.4.5 SHARPENSS CONTROL ( MENU => CAMERA =>SHAPENESS) .................................................................................. 36 3.4.6 DIGITAL ZOOM ( MENU => CAMERA =>DIGITAL ZOOM) ............................................................................................. 36 3.4.7 NIGHT SHOT MENU ( MENU => CAMERA =>NIGHT SHOT) ......................................................................................... 36 3.4.8 CAMERA INITIALIZE ( MENU => CAMERA =>CAMERA INITIALIZE)............................................................................. 36 3.5 SETUP ( MENU => SETUP) ........................................................................................................... 37 3.5.1 FLIP (MENU => SETUP => FLIP) .................................................................................................................................... 37 3.5.2 SPEED (MENU => SETUP => SPEED) ........................................................................................................................... 37 3.5.3 PRESET FREEZE (MENU => SETUP => PRESET FREEZE) ........................................................................................ 37 3.5.4 PANNING RANGE (MENU => SETUP => PANNING RANGE) ........................................................................................ 37 3.5.5 TILT LIMIT (MENU => SETUP => TILT LIMIT) ................................................................................................................. 38 3.5.6 CALIBRATION (MENU => SETUP => CALIBRATION) .................................................................................................... 38 3.5.7 LINE LOCK CONTROL (MENU = SETUP => LINE LOCK CONTROL) ............................................................................ 38 3.5.8 FACTORY DEFAULT (MENU => SETUP => FACTORY DEFAULT) ............................................................................... 39 3.5.9 ERASE DATA (MENU => SETUP => ERASE DATA) ....................................................................................................... 39 3.5.10 SYSTEM INFORMATION (MENU => SETUP => SYSTEM INFORMATION) ................................................................ 40 Appendix A — Specifications ............................................................................................................. 41 6
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I. INTRODUCTION
Features
The Speed Dome Camera features a high resolution 1/4” Interline Transfer CCD imager
for enhanced lowlight sensitivity. User friendly, on-screen pull-down menus and shortcuts make it easy to setup and program functions.
System information aides trouble shooting by displaying the hardware and software
version of the camera’s firmware version, baud rate, and protocol.
• Built-in 10X times Optical Power Zoom Camera.
True Night Shot function with ICR Day/Night function.
• 128 Presets programmed with view direction, zoom, and BLC.
• 4 Patterns record and play back user preference of surveillance path up to 120 sec.
• 8 Scans: 8 speed steps from slow to medium panning with smooth
DiagonalScan.
• 4 Tours: Each tour consists up to 32 Preset, Pattern, and Scan.
Smooth DiagonalScan mode and programmable Individual dwell time camera
functions.
(Speed, Dwell time BLC, Focus, IRIS of the preset)
• 4 Alarm inputs with 1~4 priority / 1 Auxiliary outputs programmable NC & NO.
• 8 Privacy Zones: Video off or up to 8 masked zones.
• 64 steps of variable speed from 0.4°/sec to 90°/sec.
Max manual speed 190°/sec with Turbo key pressed, Preset speed is 380°/sec.
• Programmable user preferences of speed (Slow, Medium, and Fast).
• Addressable up to 99 camera IDs (Extendable up to 3999 in special mode).
• Built-in RS-485 receiver driver.
• On-site software upgrade and upload/download of programmed data into the
KBD/Dome.
• Built-in power-line surge protection and lightning protection.
• Optional Tinted Bubble, Indoor & Outdoor pendant housing, Heater & Blower.
Flush Mount Kit
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II. INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
2.1 Typical System Configuration
Additional Speed Dome joystick controllers and a variety of external switching devices
such as multiplexers (MUXes) and Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) may be incorporated
to accommodate the needs from a small to a large surveillance/security system.
Figure 1 illustrates sample installation.
- RS485
- Coax
Figure 1 - Typical System Configuration
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2.2 Basic Configuration of Speed Dome Camera System
POWER
AC 24V
STP AWG # 22
X)
BNC MONITOR
TRXTRX+
ER
W 4V
POC 2
A
ER
AT
HE 24V
AC
RS-485
HALF DUPLEX MODE
TRXTRX+
C
O
M
EO
M
.(T
VID
R
X+
/T
R
4 ALARM INPUT
1 AUX OUTPUT
Figure 2 - Basic Installation Diagram
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2.3 Connecting the Speed Dome directly into the DVR
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Locate the RS485 + & - conductor wire from the Speed Dome Camera.
Connect the + & - into the TRX+ & TRX- ports of the DVR. Tx+ & Tx- ports can be
found in the rear part of the DVR.
Figure 3 - Camera into DVR
2.4 Connecting the Speed Dome into the Controller via J-box
Figure 4 - Camera into Controller
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2.5 Connecting Both Speed Dome and DVR via J-box
Figure 5 - Connecting Camera & DVR into Controller
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Power AC 24V~
Comm.(RX/TX)
Video
Heater AC 24V~
4 Alarm Input
1 Aux Output
The dome camera must be installed by qualified service personnel. Before installing the
dome camera system, this instruction manual must be read thoroughly and understood
fully. Dome cameras must be set up properly before starting the installation. This
involves properly setting configuration switches. Figure 6 shows the location of these
switches.
Address(ID)
Selection Switches
Figure 6 - Layout of Switches
12
6789
0
5
4
3 21
Fan
6789
0
5
4 3 21
S5
Termination
Protocol
S2
S1
S4
S3
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2.6 Principle of Termination
There are two general types of wiring scheme for PTZ cameras:
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Daisy-Chain Wiring
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Home-Run Wiring
Each scheme has a different termination method
Daisy-Chain Wiring
Every device that is connected at the end of the communication data line (daisy-chain)
must be terminated by either the DIP switch setting or an appropriate device such as a
termination jumper to prevent potential control signal errors. Usually this means only the
last camera in the chain is terminated.
Home-Run Wiring
Home-run wiring forms a star shape. Each camera connects to one central location on
the star. That central location is usually the junction-box of a keyboard or may also be
the RS-485 input to a DVR. With home-run wiring, none of the cameras should be
terminated.
See Figure 6 for termination switch settings and Figure 7 for examples of devices
requiring termination. Note: Total length of the cable for communication should not
exceed 1.2Km or .74 mile.
S5
Terminated
Not terminated
Pull Up/Down **
Normal **
D1
Not
Used
D2
X
X
ON
OFF
D3
X
X
ON
OFF
** Unless communication error, put the position 2, 3 of the S5 in OFF state.
Position 2, 3 should be set as a pair. (Both 2, 3 to ON position or OFF position)
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ON
OFF
X
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S1:Dome1 port Termination ON
DVR Termination ON
SW1:Termination ON
SW1:Termination ON
S1:Dome1 port Termination ON
DVR Termination ON
SW1:Termination ON
SW1:Termination ON
SW1:Termination ON
SW1:Termination ON
S1:Dome1 port Termination ON
S4:DVR port Termination ON
DVR Termination ON
DVR Termination ON
SW1:Termination ON
S3:Dome2 port Termination ON
SW1:Termination ON
TERMINATION ON
S1:Dome1 port Termination ON
SW!:Termination ON
SW1:Termination ON
SW1:Termination ON
Figure 8 - Termination Diagram
2.7 Dome Camera Address (ID)
Each dome camera must have a unique address (ID). Identical IDs on the same line
may damage the control circuit caused by an electrical short. When installing multiple
dome cameras or a DVR, it is recommended that the dome camera ID’s be identical to
the camera port of the DVR.
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Cam Port 1 = Dome ID1, Cam Port 2 = Dome ID 2 … Cam Port 16 = Dome ID 16.
If more than 16 dome cameras are installed using two or more DVRs the following
formula is useful to determine the Dome ID: ID =16x (n-1) +m (where n= number of
DVR, m=Camera Port)
Refer to Figures 9 for setting the dome camera address (ID) and protocol selection.
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3
7
8
2
8
9
0
1
9
0
1
DOME ID
1
.
99
6
5
4
6
2
D1 . . D4 D5 . . D8
5
4
on
3
on
S3
S4
S2
1
.
9
S1
0
.
9
1
S1
S2
Figure 9 - Setting Dome Camera Address (ID) and Protocol
2.8 Setting Protocols
A Speed Dome camera is capable of negotiating with multiple protocols if the
communication speed is matched (same baud rate i.e., 9600 bps). See Figure 10 for the
appropriate protocol switch settings.
Note: Consult service personnel if a dome camera is installed with a device other than a
recommended Speed Dome Controller.
Dip S/W
D1
D2
S4
D3
D4
D5
D6
S3
D7
D8
Baud Rate
2400 bps
4800 bps
9600 bps
19200 bps
38400 bps
VIDEO
NTSC
PAL
Function
Protocol
Baud Rate
Extended ID
D5
Off
Off
Off
Off
ON
D6
Off
Off
ON
ON
Off
D7
Off
ON
Off
ON
Off
D8
Off
On
Protocol
AUTO Selection(no parity)
DEFAULT
AUTO selection(even parity)
PP
EZ
S2
PD
VC
SN
DC
KReserved
PPS
SReserved
SReserved
VVL
DDI
Reset
Figure 10 - Protocol Selection tables
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D1
D2
D3
D4
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
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2.9 Connections
• How to Connect RS485
The dome camera has a built-in RS-485 receiver so that it can be controlled
remotely by an external control device such as a joystick controller or a DVR.
RS-485: Connect the TXA (Tx+) and TXB (Tx-) of the RS485 control devices
(KBD, DVR…) to TRX+, TRX- of the dome camera.
RS-485 does not allow for a star connection layout. A splitter is required if a
star connection layout is desired. RS-485 guarantees 1.2 Km of data line
routing. A repeater is recommended to extend over 1.2 Km.
• Connecting Video output
Figure 2 – Basic installation diagram
• Connecting Alarms
AL1 to 4 (Alarm In)
Magnetic, PIR or other external sensor devices can be used to signal the
dome camera reacting to an event.
See Chapter 3.2 — Program and Operation for configuring alarm input.
GND (Ground)
NOTE: All the connectors marked GND are common.
Connect the ground of the Alarm input and/or alarm output to the GND
connector.
NO / NC (Normally Opened or Normally Closed dry contact relay output)
The dome camera can activate external devices such as buzzers or lights
using dry contact relays. Connect the device to the NO (NC) (Alarm Out) and
COM (Common) connectors. See Chapter 3 — Program and Operation for
configuring alarm output.
• Connecting the Power
Connect AC 24V 40VA power to the dome camera.
Use certified / Listed Class 2 power supply transformer only.
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3.0 Mounting the Dome Camera
Once all DIP switches are set properly and all external connections are made, the dome
camera can be mounted.
The Mini PTZ Dome camera is designed to mount on a structural body supporting
loads up to 3 Kg. See Figure 11.
Installation Hint
Using Four ST4X30 screws, affix flush mount base to sturdy surface
Figure 11 - Example of a flush mounted installation
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3.1 Power on and Boot-up Sequence
When the power is applied to the dome camera, it will start the boot-up sequence.
When boot-up is done, the following information is displayed on the monitor screen.
RAM
CHECK
CHECK
CHECK
TEST
NO. : OK!
AAAA : OK!
5555 : OK!
XPRESS DOME Vx.xxx
ID:0001 9600BPS AUTO
CAMERA TYPE xxxx
TILT ORIGIN SET OK
PAN ORIGIN SET OK
INITIAL CAMERA OK
On Screen Display in normal control mode
Preset No.
001PRESET
W→
Compass Direction
Preset Title
Or Area Title
Information
EMPTY DATA !
Dome Camera Title
Alarm Display
ALARM:1
360.0,090.0
CAM xxxx
Pan & Tilt Angle
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III. PROGRAM & OPERATION
Dome Camera Selection
Prior to start programming or operating a dome camera, please make sure that both the
camera and the joystick controller are communicating. In order for changes to take
effect for a camera, particular camera’s ID must be selected on the controller.
Example: Pressing 1 , 6 and CAM key sequentially will select dome camera 16. The
selected dome camera ID will be displayed on the monitor.
Principle of joystick usage in the programming (editing) mode
Button or Joystick movement in menu
Function
Go into the sub-menu items.
Execute the command(exit)
Change value.
Navigate through the menu items.
Joystick left or right
Joystick up or down
Navigate through the menu items.
Joystick down
Finish editing title.
Change value.(Increase / Decrease)
Enter editing title mode.
Zoom handle twist
PTZ control mode.
SHFT + Joystick
Escape from the menu without change.
ESC
Home or Off button
Delete value or name of the field.
3.1 FUNCTIONS
By pressing the MENU button on the keyboard controller, the following On-screen MAIN
MENU will be shown on the monitor screen.
MAIN MENU
FUNCTION
ALARM
SCREEN
CAMERA
SETUP
EXIT
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Select the FUNCTIONS and then move the joystick to the right to access FUNCTIONS
menu.
FUNCTIONS
HOME FUNCTION
PRESET
PATTERN
SCAN
TOUR
EXIT
3.1.1 HOME FUNCTION (MENU =>FUNCTIONS => HOME FUNCTION)
After HOME FUNCTION item has been selected, follow the directions below to set
HOME function.
HOME FUNCTION
FUNCTION
:
NUMBER
:
TIME
:
OPERATION
:
SAVE AND EXIT
FUNCTION
NUMBER
TIME
OPERATION
TOUR
--60 SEC
DISABLE
: Tour/ Preset/ Pattern/ Autoscan
: --: 10~240 Seconds
: DISABLE
The HOME function applies to the predefined functions such as Preset, Tour, Pattern,
or Scan function after the keyboard controller has been idle for a programmed time.
Follow the steps below to program the Home function:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Using keyboard Select the camera by pressing Dome ID and CAM
Press MENU to display the main menu on the monitor.
Moving the Joystick highlight and tap to the right on “FUNCTIONS”.
Enter Home Function menu by moving the Joystick to the right.
Moving the Joystick to the right/ left (or twist CCW/CW) to scroll Tour, Pattern,
and Auto Scan and Preset functions.
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6. Select Function Number by pulling the Joystick down, and twist the
Joystick to the CCW/CW (or turn right/left). The executable function number
will be scrolled. If selected function is not programmed, it won’t change. Go to
setup function first.
7. Pull the Joystick down and twist the Joystick to CCW/CW (or twist the
joystick to right/left) to set waiting time.
8. Highlight OPERATION option by pulling the Joystick down. Choose operation
status Enable or Disable by moving the Joystick to the right or to the left (or
twist CCW/CW).
3.1.2 PRESET (MENU => FUNCTIONS => PRESET Short Cut:PRST )
Preset stores pan, tilt, zoom, focus and iris settings. Once programmed, pressing
combination of 0 ~9 numbers and the Preset button on the controller should
automatically call up the preset position. Presets may be assigned to alarm actions or
as the “home” position for the dome camera.
Highlight PRESET and then move the joystick to the right to enter PRESET menu.
FUNCTIONS
HOME FUNCTION
PRESET
PATTERN
SCAN
TOUR
EXIT
There are 8 pages of preset programming menu. Each page can hold up to 8 presets.
Locate the “PREV
NEXT”, preset menu pages can be scrolled by moving the
Joystick to the Left or Right on the “PREV
NEXT”.
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PRESET
01/8
NO. F I B TITLE
001 A A F xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
002 M M O ---------------003 - - - ---------------004 - - - ---------------005 - - - ---------------006 - - - ---------------007 - - - ---------------008 - - - ---------------PREV
NEXT
SAVE AND EXIT
F- Focus - Manual/ Auto
I-Iris-Manual/Auto
B-BLC/WDR- B-BLC / W-WDR / F- OFF
X : 16 digit of preset title
- : not defined
█ : Current cursor position
Follow the steps below to program the Preset positions.
1. Select the camera number by pressing 0 ~9 and CAM.
2. Simply press PRST button to enter preset menu. ( MENU => FUNCTIONS =>
PRESET)
3. Select the empty preset location to be programmed by moving the Joystick
up/down. If selected location is not empty, pressing PRST button will display the
predefined position.
4. You can delete by selecting and pressing the off button on the keyboard. (If
selecting an empty position, twist the joystick CCW/CW to start PTZ control for view
selection.)
5. After aiming the camera (view direction and lens control) to a specific position,
press the Focus (Near and Far) buttons. The selected location No. field will be filled
with “A A F”. Move the joystick to the right to manually set Focus /Iris /BLC or WDR
mode for each preset.
6. Move to the title field to edit/enter the name. Rotate the handle CW and CCW to
scroll through the alphanumeric characters. Moving the handle to right or left to
select next or previous digit.
7. To finish entering the title, move the Joystick up/down.
8. Locate the cursor on “PREV NEXT” item to select the previous/next page of
presets, scroll through the page by moving the Joystick to the Left on “PREV
NEXT”.
9. Repeat the steps 2 through 8 for each additional preset position.
10. Select Save and Exit by moving the Joystick to the right. Press ESC to exit the
Preset menu without saving.
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NOTE: Press the Home or OFF button at programmed position to delete the
preset.
SHORTCUT TO PROGRAMMING PRESETS.
Select direction of the camera, zoom and focus to be programmed, then press No.
(1~64 ), and then press SHFT , PRST subsequently. The current view will be stored to
the selected preset number if position is empty. If selected preset number is not empty,
“PRESET EXISTING” message will be displayed on the monitor and you will be
prompted to overwrite.
Example: 1 , 0 + SHFT + PRST will memorize current view as preset No. 10. In this
case, focus and Iris mode will be memorized as auto and dwell time will be set to 3 sec.
3.1.3 PATTERN (MENU => FUNCTIONS => PATTERNS or Shortcut: PTRN )
The Pattern function memorizes and stores movement of the selected dome camera for
up to 120 seconds. Pattern can be stored in 120 seconds of total recording space.
Stored pattern is played back by pressing No. + PTRN buttons subsequently.
PATTERN SETUP
NO.
TITLE
SEC
01 : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 000
02 : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
03 : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
04 : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
TOTAL :
000
SAVE AND EXIT
Follow the steps below to program the Pattern:
1. Simply press the PTRN key. (or MENU => FUNCTIONS =>PATTERN)
2. Select the empty Pattern number to be programmed by moving the Joystick Up
or Down. If SEC column is not 000, then the selected No. of pattern is already
recorded.
3. Twist joystick CCW/CW, The pattern movement will automatically start recording
until the focus button is pressed. This procedure can be repeated to reprogram the
pattern.
4. Scroll down to the Save and Exit option and move the Joystick to the right to
save and exit.
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5. Move to the title field to edit/enter the name. Rotate the handle CW and CCW to
scroll through the alphanumeric characters. Moving the handle to right or left to
select next or previous digit.
6. To finish entering the title, move the Joystick up/down.
7. Pressing ESC will not save recorded data and will exit to the previous menu.
Press the HOME or OFF button at any programmed position to delete the
programmed pattern.
NOTE: If total recording time reaches 120 seconds, it will automatically stop for a
moment and start recording again. Previous data will be overwritten.
3.1.4 SCAN ( MENU => FUNCTIONS => SCAN or Shortcut: SCAN )
The Scan function supports up to 8 programmed sections of angles at 8 programmable
speeds.
SCAN MENU
01/8
SCAN 01
: AUTOSCAN01
SPEED
: 1~8/SLW/MID
START
: NONE
END
: NONE
DIRECTION : CCW
SWAP
: OFF
SAVE AND EXIT
SPEED (MODE):
1/ 2 / 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ 7/ 8/ SLOW / MEDIUM
1: SLOWER ↔ 8 FASTER
SLW : smooth DiagonalScan in slowest speed
MID : smooth DiagonalScan in medium speed
DiagonalScan shows moving path from start point to end point
including tilt and zoom** simultaneously.
**Some models do not change zoom ratio
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Follow the steps below to program Scans.
1. Press the SCAN key to enter Auto Scan menu directly. (Or MENU =>
FUNCTIONS => SCAN).
2. Select an Auto Scan number by moving the Joystick left or right.
3. Highlight the title and twist the Joystick to edit the title by scrolling through the
alphanumeric characters and move the handle to the right or left to move to the
next space. Press ENTR key or move the Joystick down to finish title mode.
4. When finish entering the title, highlight “START” with the Joystick and twist
CCW or CW. Current panning position will be displayed. Select start potion then
Press Focus button to complete the selection of the start position.
5. Highlight "END" and repeat step 4 to enter end position. (Or hit zoom button to
start PTZ control and hit the Focus button to stop.)
6. Move the joystick and select "SPEED" set the speed by twisting the Joystick
clockwise or counterclockwise or move the Joystick left/ right to select the
auto scan speed.
7. Move the Joystick downward to select direction of rotation. Tap Joystick
left/ right or twist CCW/CW to select direction of Scan.
8. Move the Joystick downward to swap. This will switch the start and end
position. Tap Joystick left/ right or twist CCW/CW to swap the start and end
position
Pressing the HOME or OFF button to delete stored data, 000 will be displayed
immediately.
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3.1.5 TOUR (or MENU => FUNCTIONS => TOUR, Short Cut: TOUR)
There are 4 programmable Tours. Each Tour consists of up to 8 Preset positions,
Patterns, Scans or other Tours. Using second-level Tours, it can be expanded up to 56
functions in a single Tour. However tours in the second level Tour will be ignored when
called by the first level Tour. This can be best illustrated by the following example:
If Tour
Tour
Tour
Tour
01
02
03
04
:
:
:
:
Preset 02, Preset 03,Tour 02, Tour 03
Preset 05, Preset 06, Tour 04, Preset 05
Preset 07, Pattern 01
Preset 08. Preset 05, Pattern 01
Tour1 executes as follows:
Preset 02 è Preset 03 è Preset 05 è Preset 06 è Preset 05 è Preset 07 è
Pattern 01 è ... (Repeat) ---Tour 04 in Tour 02 will be skipped in Tour 01
Tour 02 executes as follows:
Preset 05 è Preset 06 è Preset 08 è Preset 05 è Pattern 01 èPreset 05
… Repeat (Tour 04 is still valid if called directly from Tour 02.)
TOUR 01:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
FUNC
PRST
PTRN
SCAN
TOUR
------------PREV
SAVE
01/04
NO
064
004
016
004
---------
S DW TITLE
S 03 ---------------S 03 ---------------S 03 ---------------S 03 ---------------- 03 ---------------- 03 ---------------- 03 ---------------- 03 ---------------NEXT
AND EXIT
xxxxx
--Speed
: 16 digits of title for tour label
: blank preset position
: F-Normal/ M- Medium D.Scan/ S- Slowest
DWell
PRST
PTRN
SCAN
TOUR
: 03-99 Sec
: PRESET 1~64
: PATTERN 1
: SCAN 1~4
: TOUR 2~4
D.Scan
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Follow the steps below to program the Tours:
1. Press MENU => FUNCTIONS => TOUR, (Short Cut: TOUR) to display the main
menu on the monitor. No. + SHFT +TOUR will open directly Tour No.
2. Choose an empty location of function by moving the Joystick up or down.
3. Stored Preset view can be recalled by pressing Prst button, the camera will
move to the stored Preset view.
4. To place predefined functions as a Tour, press the function buttons (such as Tour ,
Ptrn , or Scan ,Prst ).
Then select function No. by twisting the Zoom handle. (Programmed function No.
will be scrolled).
To remove functions from the Tour, press the HOME or Off button, blank position
mark (- - -) will be displayed. You can overwrite the programmed position.
5. Repeat Step 2 through 4 for each desired position. Each title will be displayed on
top of the line.
6. Up to 8 Presets, Tours, Patterns Scans can be selected for a Tour. You can
expand the Tour sequence by calling other programmed tours. Moving the
Joystick handle to right or left while the cursor is on the top of the line (TOUR
01) to select another page of the Tour menu. (TOUR 01)
8. You can enter a title for the selected Tour by twisting the Joystick while the
cursor is on the top of the line (TOUR 01). Rotate the handle clockwise or
counterclockwise to scroll through the alphanumeric characters. Move the handle to
the right or left to select the next or previous digit.
9. Select Save and Exit by moving the Joystick to the right. Press ESC to exit the
program without saving.
NOTE: All functions should be programmed before being referred to in the tour menu.
Otherwise functions won’t be selectable by item 4 in the procedure.
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3.2 ALARM ( MENU => ALARM)
MAIN MENU
FUNCTIONS
ALARM
SCREEN
CAMERA
SETUP
EXIT
Highlight ALARM in the main menu and move the joystick to the right to access
ALARM setup.
ALARM SETUP
NO
01
02
03
04
FUNC PRI
P01
0
048
3
001
1
--3
IN
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OUT
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
HLD LATCH
001 OFF
001 OFF
001 OFF
001 OFF
SAVE AND EXIT
NO
FUNC
: Alarm input number
: Priority 1~4 calls Preset(xxx),
Priority 0 supports dedicated functions like a Pattern(Pxx), Tour(Txx),
Scan(Sxx).
PRI
: Lower No. has higher priority, Equal priority alarms will be serviced
repeatedly.
IN
: NO/NC - normally open /Closed, OFF - ignore
OUT
: R01 - Relay out 1,
OFF - No output.
HLD
: Alarm will be held for programmed time (01 to 99 seconds)
LATCH : ON - Shows all alarms including past alarm, OFF - Shows activated
alarms only.
There are 5 levels of priority. 0 : Highest priority supports repeated/dedicated
functions like a Pattern(Pxx), Tour(Txx), Scan(Sxx). 1~4: Same level of alarm
calls presets one after the other.
Ex) Alarm 01 calls Pattern 01, after alarm 01 is released alarm 02, 03 will call
preset 48 and preset 01
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1. Press Menu to display the main menu on the monitor. Select the Alarm option by
moving the Joystick up/down and then move to the right to enter the detail menu.
2. Select the alarm input number by moving the Joystick up or down and select
the column to setup. Selected position will be highlighted.
3. Select the Preset, Status of Input (NC/NO/OFF), and Output (R01/OFF) by moving
the Joystick to the right or to the left.
4. To increase or decrease the preset number or to change the status or output
number, twist the Joystick clockwise or counterclockwise. In case of preset,
programmed preset number will be scrolled.
5. Locate the cursor on Save and exit and moving the Joystick to the Save and
exit.
Press ESC to exit the program without saving.
3.3 SCREEN
By pressing the MENU button on the keyboard controller, the following On-screen MAIN
MENU will be shown on the monitor screen.
MAIN MENU
FUNCTIONS
ALARM
SCREEN
CAMERA
SETUP
EXIT
Highlight SCREEN and then move the joystick to the right to enter SCREEN menu.
SCREEN MENU
LANGUAGE
PRIVACY ZONE
NORTH DIRECTION : 000.0
ZONE TITLE
CAMERA TITLE : DOME
OSD DISPLAY
EXIT
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3.3.2 PRIVACY ZONE ( MENU => SCREEN => PRIVACY ZONE)
Highlight PRIVACY ZONE and then move the joystick to the right to enter the menu.
SCREEN MENU
LANGUAGE
PRIVACY ZONE
NORTH DIRECTION : 000.0
ZONE TITLE
CAMERA TITLE : DOME
OSD DISPLAY
EXIT
This function disables the viewing of restricted areas for privacy reasons. It offers
masking up to 8 unwanted views in a camera.
PRIVACY ZONE SETUP
NO
TITLE
01 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
02 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
03
04
05
06
06
08
SAVE AND EXIT
MASK
ON BLOCK
OFF V.OFF
NONE ---NONE ---NONE ---NONE ---NONE ---NONE ----
1. Select the Privacy Zone option by moving Joystick Up or Down and move the
joystick to right to enter the detail menu.
2. Select the privacy zone number by moving the Joystick up or down.
3. To enter the zone name, rotate the handle clockwise or counterclockwise beneath the
TITLE on set zone. Select alphanumeric characters by rotating the handle. Move to the
next character position by moving the Joystick to the right. To finish entering the title,
move the Joystick down or press the ENTR key.
4. To adjust the “marked” (privacy) area, (Twist the zoom handle to start PTZ control for
view selection and hit the Focus button to exit from control mode.)
5. Use the Home key to delete the marked zone, or move the Joystick to the right or
left to turn the stored zone On or Off.
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6. Select the Save and Exit option by moving the Joystick up or down. Save and exit
the program by moving the Joystick to the right. Press ESC to exit the program without
saving.
Press the HOME orOff button to delete programmed privacy zone.
3.3.3 NORTH DIRECTION ( MENU => SCREEN => NORTH DIRECTION)
Move the joystick handle to the right to select NORTH DIRECTION options.
1. Highlight North Direction and twist the Joystick to set desired direction. Press the
focus button then current pan angle will be displayed on position item.
3.3.4 ZONE TITLE ( MENU => SCREEN => ZONE TITLE)
Enter a specific name in sectioned angle between START and END.
ZONE TITLE
01/04
NO
TITLE
01 WINDOW
02
03
04
05
06
PREV
NEXT
SAVE AND EXIT
START END
123.4 345.6
----- -------- -------- -------- -------- ----
1. Press MENU => SCREEN => ZONE TITLE to display zone title menu on the
monitor.
2. Select the zone number by moving the Joystick up or down. Highlight Start and twist
joystick to set start position. Press the focus to set desired direction. Tap joystick to
highlight END, twist joystick and set end desired direction by pressing focus button.
3. To enter the zone name, rotate the handle clockwise or counterclockwise beneath the
TITLE on set zone. Select alphanumeric characters by rotating the handle. Move to the
next character by moving the Joystick to the right. To finish entering the title, move
the Joystick down.
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4. To adjust panning limit, highlight Start or End and twist joystick. Then use the
Joystick to set the desired direction. The end limit must be in an increasing direction.
(Start < End). press the Focus button to save and exit from control mode.
5. PREV NEXT : go to previous page or next page of the menu
6. Save and exit the program by moving the Joystick to the right. Press ESC to exit the
program without saving.
3.3.5 CAMERA TITLE ( MENU => SCREEN => CAMERA TITLE)
Move the joystick handle to the right to select CAMERA TITLE options.
This function allows the users to set the title of camera as well as the usage of on
screen display of the title.
Twist the joystick handle on the CAMERA TITLE : DOME to enter camera title.
Select alphanumeric characters by rotating the handle. Move to the next character
by moving the Joystick to the right.
To finish entering the title, move the Joystick down.
3.3.6 OSD DISPLAY ( MENU => SCREEN => OSD DISPLAY )
OSD DISPLAY
FUNCTION TITLE
CAMERA TITLE
ZONE TITLE
NORTH DIRECTION
DOME POSITION
DOME ID.
ZOOM MAGNIFICATION
FAN STOP WARNING
EXIT MENU
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
FUNCTION TITLE : turn on or off the preset, pattern, scan, tour title display.
CAMERA TITLE : turn on or off the camera title display.
ZONE TITLE : turn on or off the zone title display.
NORTH DIRECTION : turn on or off the azimuth direction display.
DOME POSITION : turn on or off the coordinates display.
DOME ID : turn on or off the dome ID display.
ZOOM MAGNIFICATION : turn on or off the current zoom magnification level display.
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3.4 CAMERA ( MENU => CAMERA)
NOTE: The menu features will vary depending on the camera module.
CAMERA MENU
FOCUS CONTROL
WB CONTROL
EXPOSURE SETUP
BACK LIGHT
: OFF
SHARPNESS
: 31
DIGITAL ZOOM : OFF
(2X/4X/MAX)
NIGHT SHOT
CAMERA INITIALIZE
SAVE AND EXIT
3.4.1 FOCUS CONTROL( MENU => CAMERA => FOCUS CONTROL)
CAMERA MENU
FOCUS CONTROL: AUTO
MODE : AUTO / ONE-PUSH / MANUAL
AUTO : Focus is automatically adjusted with moving zoom.
ONE-PUSH : Focus is automatically adjusted just once, after zoom position is changed.
MANUAL : Focus can be manually adjusted, independent of moving zoom.
CAUTION: Please avoid continuous, 24-hour use of the auto focus under heavy
movement condition. This will shorten the lifespan of the lens.
3.4.2 WB (white balance) ( MENU => CAMERA => WB CONTROL)
WB SETUP
MODE
:
R GAIN :
B GAIN :
EXIT
OUTDOOR
30
40
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MODE
MANUAL / OUTDOOR / INDOOR / AWC
R GAIN
0 ~ 100
B GAIN
0 ~ 100
Use the AWC mode for normal use.
RGAIN / BGAIN modes are controllable only in MANUAL Mode
Moving the Joystick to the right or left to change.
NOTE: “ONE PUSH” means that when rotating the Joystick handle for a
moment the lens moves to adjust the focus for the subject. The focus lens then
holds that position until the Joystick handle rotation.
3.4.3 AE CONTROL ( MENU => CAMERA => EXPOSURE SETUP)
EXPOSURE SETUP
BRIGHT
IRIS
IRIS VALUE
SHUTTER
SHUTTER SPEED
AGC
DNR(SSNR)
DSS
EXIT MENU
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
025
AUTO
080
ESC(NOR)
1/60
NORMAL
OFF
AUTO
BRIGHT
: 0~100
IRIS
: AUTO / MANUAL
IRIS VALUE
: 0 ~ 100
SHUTTER
: ESC(NOR) / MANUAL / A.FLK
SHUTTER SPEED : 2 ~ 1/120,000 sec
AGC
: NORMAL / HIGH / OFF
DNR(SSNR)
: OFF / LOW / MID. / HIGH
On screen noise reduction
DSS
: AUTO / OFF
This feature ensures clear images at night or under low lighting
conditions.
3.4.4 BACK LIGHT COMPENSATION ( MENU è CAMERA èBack Light)
Objects in front of bright backgrounds will be clearer with BLC ON.
LOW / MID. / HIGH / OFF
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3.4.5 SHARPENSS CONTROL ( MENU => CAMERA =>SHAPENESS)
Higher the value, outlines of the image will be enhanced (0~31)
3.4.6 DIGITAL ZOOM ( MENU => CAMERA =>DIGITAL ZOOM)
OFF - Optical zoom only
2x,4x, Max. - Digitally magnifies up to 2x, 4x 10x respectively.
3.4.7 NIGHT SHOT MENU ( MENU => CAMERA =>NIGHT SHOT)
The NIGHT SHOT option removes the IR Cut filter of the camera and makes
the camera sensitive to near infrared.
If NIGHT SHOT mode of the selected camera is set to Manual, 10 + ON will
enable the NIGHT SHOT mode, 10 + OFF will turn off the NIGHT SHOT
mode.
NIGHT SHOT SETUP
MODE
LOCAL CONTROL
EXIT
: AUTO
: COLOR
MODE : MANUAL / AUTO
AUTO – Camera automatically goes into B&W mode at low light.
MANUAL - Manually controls the Night Shot mode in LOCAL
CONTROL option. On/Off Night Shot mode remotely by
pressing 10 + ON / 10 + OFF .
3.4.8 CAMERA INITIALIZE ( MENU => CAMERA =>CAMERA INITIALIZE)
Returns all changed camera values to factory default.
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CAMERA INITIALIZE
ARE YOU SURE : (Y/N)
YES : ENTER OR MENUKEY
NO : ESC KEY
3.5 SETUP ( MENU => SETUP)
CONFIGURATION MENU
FLIP FUNTION : ON
P/T SPEED
: FAST
PRESET FREEZE : OFF
PANNING RANGE
TILT LIMIT
: ON
CALIBRATION
LINE LOCK CONTROL
FACTORY DEFAULT
ERASE DATA
SYSTEM INFORMATION
SAVE AND EXIT
3.5.1 FLIP (MENU => SETUP => FLIP)
When the Speed Dome camera is mounted on a ceiling, it can track a moving target in a
path directly below the camera:
ON - When the camera reaches the moving object directly above the floor, the dome
camera tracks the object smoothly with a digitally corrected image.
OFF – The dome camera does not perform a flip.
3.5.2 SPEED (MENU => SETUP => SPEED)
User can select preferable speed curves of manual control.( FAST / MEDIUM / SLOW)
3.5.3 PRESET FREEZE (MENU => SETUP => PRESET FREEZE)
This option is used to set the pause previous image until the preset action is complete.
3.5.4 PANNING RANGE (MENU => SETUP => PANNING RANGE)
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PAN RANGE SETUP
RIGHT LIMITE
: 000.0
LEFT LIMT
: 007.2
ENABLE : ON / OFF
SWAP RIGHT LEFT
SAVE AND EXIT
When the dome camera is installed near a wall or on a corner, panning range can be
limited by user.
3.5.5 TILT LIMIT (MENU => SETUP => TILT LIMIT)
Turn Tilt Limit OFF to the allow the camera to have full range of tilting ability from 0 ot
180 degree.
Turn Tilt Limit On to limit the tilting range by up to +10 degree on both ends.
During zoom-out operation the tilting range is increased slightly by additional
+10 degree.
3.5.6 CALIBRATION (MENU => SETUP => CALIBRATION)
CALIBRATION
RESET ORIGIN
ORIGIN OFFSET : 000.0 , 000.0
ACTIVE OFFSET : DISABLE/ENABLE
AUTO CALIBRATION : OFF
SAVE AND EXIT
RESET ORIGIN
OFFSET ORIGIN
: Calibrate the ORIGIN point.
: Adjust the small amount of position error from reinstallation.
ACTIVE OFFSET
: Apply the adjustment above or not
AUTO CALIBRATION : ON – When position error detected, recover
automatically.
OFF – Disregard the position error.
3.5.7 LINE LOCK CONTROL (MENU = SETUP => LINE LOCK CONTROL)
LINE LOCK SETUP
MODE
PHASE
:
:
INTERNAL
(0~359)
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EXIT
MODE
INTERNAL / EXTERNAL Adjusts phase of picture with
other
PHASE
0~359
cameras in EXTERNAL mode.
EXIT (ESC TO EXIT)
3.5.8 FACTORY DEFAULT (MENU => SETUP => FACTORY DEFAULT)
FACTORY DEFAULT
ARE YOU SURE : (Y/N)
YES : ENTER OR MENU KEY
NO : ESC KEY
Programmed data go back to initial state as ex-factory
3.5.9 ERASE DATA (MENU => SETUP => ERASE DATA)
ERASE PROGRAMMED DATA
ARE YOU SURE : (Y/N)
YES : ENTER OR MENU KEY
NO : ESC KEY
Erase programmed data in the EEPROM of the selected dome camera. Press MENU or
ENTER button to erase data, ESC key to exit without erasing. Origin offset value is not
affected.
CAUTION: Unless you download the data into a safe place, all the data in the selected
dome camera will be lost. (Refer to Download/ Upload data function in the
Keyboard Configuration utility)
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3.5.10 SYSTEM INFORMATION (MENU => SETUP => SYSTEM INFORMATION)
SYSTEM INFORMATION
CAMERA TYPE
H/W VERSION
ROM VERSION
PROTOCOL
BUADRATE
EXIT MENU
:
:
:
:
:
XXXXXXX
V1.00
V1.00
EZ
9600BPS
This screen shows information of the dome camera for service or trouble shooting
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APPENDIX A — SPECIFICATIONS
Image Sensor
1/4" Sony Super HAD II CCD
Horizontal Resolution
700 TV Lines (960H)
Minimum Illumination
0.6 lux / 0.0004 lux (DSS & IR Cut Filter Removed)
Lens
View angle
3.8mm to 45.6mm @ F1.6 to F2.7
Approx. 52° (WIDE end) to 4.49° (TELE end)
Optical Zoom
12x
Digital Zoom
32x
Shutter Speed
1/1 ~ 1/10,000
S/N ratio
more than 50dB
Sync System
Int/Ext, V-Phase Remote Control
Scanning System
2:1 Interface
Focus
White Balance
Auto/Manual
Auto, ATW, Indoor, Outdoor, Outdoor Auto, Sodium, One Push, Manual
Iris Control
Auto/Manual
WDR (Wide Dynamic)
YES
DeFog
N/A
BLC ( Back Light Compensation)
ON/OFF
DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
3DNR
DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer)
N/A
Pan Angle
360º Continuous
Manual Pan Speed/sec
0.4~90º/sec
Autoscan
380º/sec
Tilt Travel
-5º ~ 90º/sec 190º/sec Max (w/Turbo)
Manual Tilt Speed/sec
0.4° to 90°/sec. / 190°/sec. maximum (Turbo)
Preset Tilt Speed/sec
380°/sec
Proportional Pan & Tilt
YES
Communication
RS-485 baud rate:2400~38400bps (default:9600bps)
Preset
128 positions with camera status (16-character title)
Zone Title
24 Area Names
Privacy Zone
8 Blocks in a Screen
Title Character
20 Character per Line / 11 Lines (Max)
Tour
4 tours
Pattern
Auto Pan
4 patterns, 120 second
4 auto scan include vector scan/1 Auto Pan
Flip
Digital Quick Turn
Alarm (Input/Output)
4/1
Power Requirement
24 VAC 700mA
Power Consumption
15W
Dimension (W x H)
5.65” x 5.51”
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Figure 10-Dimension
Appendix B — Troubleshooting
If problems occur, verify the installation of the camera with the instructions in this manual. Isolate the
problem from the equipments in the system and refer to the equipment manual for further information.
Problem
Solution
No video.
Verify that power is connected to all components in the
system.
Verify that the power switches are ON.
Check that the BNC connectors are securely connected.
(see Figure 4).
Poor video quality.
Check the voltage level of the dome camera.
Check the power supply voltage (nominal 24VAC)
Dome cameras lose their positions.
Reset the cameras using the Dome configuration menus.
Check if there is unusual sound.
Check the voltage level of the dome camera.
Camera number does not match the
Check the camera ID and connect the BNC cable into the
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multiplexer number.
proper input of the multiplexer.
Picture is torn when switching
Adjust phase of Line Lock.
Glossary
ALARM ACTIONS
The assigned responses of the dome camera when there is input status change. The
dome may call Presets for each of the eight inputs. The dome reports the alarm states
to the Keyboard controller for processing.
AREA TITLE
It is the name of the horizontal sector from a certain start point to end point of the
selected dome. Up to 24 areas can be programmed for the dome.
AUTOMATIC GAIN CONTROL (AGC)
Allows for the amplification of the video signal in scenes with minimal ambient light.
Many low-light scenes result in picture noise. As gain is increased, the picture noise is
also amplified. When AGC is enabled, the value of the gain setting is based on
feedback from the camera. When AGC is disabled, the camera uses the value set for
the manual gain setting. The trade-off between picture level and noise may be adjusted
when AGC is disabled.
DIAGONALSCAN
Move from start point to end point including tilt and zoom simultaneously and linearly.
DIGITAL SLOW SHUTTER (DSS)
DSS enhances video quality in extreme low-light situations. When the Low Shutter
setting is enabled, low-light information is collected over multiple fields based on the
Shutter Limit setting. As a result, video may appear blurred or choppy in extreme lowlight situations. This setting does not effect camera operation in normal lighting
situations. See also Automatic Gain Control (AGC).
FLIP/ DIGITAL FLIP
It allows the dome to turn 180 degrees when the camera tilts to its lower limit. When the
dome flips (rotates), the camera starts moving upward as long as the tilt control is kept
in the down position. Once the control is released, the tilt control returns to its normal
operational mode. The flip feature is useful when you need to track someone who walks
directly beneath the dome and continues on the other side.
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HOME POSITION
The default position to which the dome camera returns after an assigned period of
inactivity passes. The default position may be a Preset, Tour, Pattern, or No Action.
INPUT ALARM
A connection point on the dome camera that enables the system to monitor Input
Devices. There are four inputs available for the dome camera.
INPUT DEVICES
External devices that provide information about the condition of system components
that connect to the inputs on the dome camera. Typical input devices include door
contacts, motion detectors and smoke detectors.
IR MODE
A feature of the camera that permits manual or automatic switching between color and
IR (black-and-white) operation. When IR mode is active, clearer images may be
obtained under low-light conditions.
LINE LOCK
When line lock is enabled, it prevents vertical video rolling when switching multiple
cameras to a single monitor. If text appears slightly tinted on color monitors, disabling
the line lock may prevent this problem.
NORTH DIRECTION
User-definable setting that may correspond to magnetic north or some well-known
landmark. Used to approximate the camera dome's pointing direction when Direction
Indicators are enabled.
ON-SCREEN MENU
The text overlay menu system used for setting dome features. This utility is accessed
using a keystroke combination. The utility provides settings for camera functions, zoom,
alarms, text display, and password protection.
PATTERN
A series of pan, tilt, zoom and focus movements from a single programmable dome. Up
to 8 patterns may be programmed for the dome camera.
PRESET
Programmed video scene, based on a specific pan, tilt, zoom, and focus settings. Up to
240 presets may be programmed for the dome camera.
PRIVACY ZONES
Privacy zones are areas that are masked. These masks prevent operators of the
surveillance system from viewing these designated zones. The Privacy Zones move in
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relation to the dome camera’s pan/tilt position. In addition, the apparent size of the
Privacy Zone adjusts automatically as the lens zooms in or out. Up to eight Privacy
Zones may be established for a dome camera.
SHUTTER LIMIT
Setting used to define the maximum exposure time for the Open Shutter setting. The
values for the setting range from 1/2 to 1/60. The default setting is 1/4.
WHITE BALANCE
Adjustments in the color hue (red and blue) gains for a camera so that true white
appears white in the image. It is normally compensated for by the automatic gain control.
In some lighting conditions, you may need to manually adjust the red and blue settings
for optimal viewing. When Automatic White Balance is enabled, the camera measures
the image and automatically adjusts the red and blue settings to balance white. When
Automatic White Balance is disabled, the camera uses the values set for the red and
blue settings to balance white.
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VITEK LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY
VITEK products carry a three (3) year limited warranty. Digital recording and storage products
are also warranted for 3 years except for the hard drives which carry their own independent factory warranty from the hard drive manufacturer. VITEK warrants to the purchaser that products
manufactured by VITEK are free of any rightful claim of infringement or the like, and when used
in the manner intended, will be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of three
(3) years, or as otherwise stated above, from the date of purchase by the end user. This warranty
is non-transferable and extends only to the original buyer or end user customer of a Vitek Authorized Reseller.
This warranty shall not apply to repairs or replacements necessitated by any cause beyond
the control of VITEK, including but not limited to, acts of nature, improper installation, excess
moisture, misuse, lack of proper maintenance, accident, voltage fluctuations, or any unauthorized tampering, repairs or modifications. This warranty becomes VOID in the event of alteration,
defacement, or removal of serial numbers.
Within the first 6 months of purchase, VITEK will replace or credit any defective product at the
request of the customer (subject to availability) with a new product that equals or exceeds the
performance of the original product purchased.
Within the first 6 months of purchase, at its sole discretion, VITEK may issue an advance replacement for a defective product; however, all related costs including, but not limited to shipping and/
or delivery charges will be the responsibility of the customer. If upon return inspection a product
is determined to be in good working order or shows evidence of misuse, the customer will be responsible for full payment of the original product purchased as well as the replacement product.
Beyond the first 6 month period for the remainder of the warranty, VITEK’S responsibility shall be
limited to repairing the defective product, including all necessary parts and related labor costs.
At its sole discretion, VITEK may choose to either exchange a defective product or issue a merchandise credit towards future product purchases. Any replacement parts furnished in connection with this warranty shall be warranted for a period not to exceed the remaining balance of the
original equipment warranty.
A Return Authorization number or “RA” number must be obtained prior to the return of any item
for repair, replacement, or credit. VITEK requires that this “RA” number be clearly printed on the
outside of the shipping carton to avoid refusal of said shipment. The Return Authorization number
expires after 30 days. Products returned after the 30 day period will be subject to refusal. Shipping charges, if any, must be prepaid. A copy of the bill of sale (or invoice of purchase), together
with a complete written explanation of the problem must accompany all returns.
Vitek makes no warranty or guarantee whatsoever with respect to products sold or purchased
through unauthorized sales channels. Warranty support is available only if product is purchased
through a Vitek Authorized Reseller.
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