High Speed Dome Camera - COP

Installation and Operation Manual
for
High Speed Dome Camera
Please read the operation manual carefully
before installing and using this unit
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN!
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO DOT
OPEN COVERS. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
The lighting flash with a arrowhead symbol, in an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user.
There is uninsulated “dangerous voltage” presence
near by the product's enclosure which may be risk of
to persons .
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to reference
of the important operating and maintenance
(servicing ) instructions .
THE PRODUCT CODE MARKED ON THE BOTTOM COVER. PLEASE
FILL THE CODE IN THE FOLLOWING BLANK. PLEASE SAVING
THIS SPECIFICATION CAREFULLY, SO THAT CHECKING.
MODEL:________________________
PRODUCT CODE:________________________
INDEX
1. Important Safeguards ----------------------------------------------------------------1
2. Description of Functions -----------------------------------------------------------2
2.1 Integrated Multi-Protocol Decoder ---------------------------------------------------------------2
2.2 Integrated Speed-Variable PAN/TILT ------------------------------------------------------------2
2.3 High Intelligent Degree --------------------------------------------------------------------------2
2.4 Functions of the Camera ---------------------------------------------------------------------------2
3. Setup of the Menu of the Dome Camera ------------------------------------3
3.1 Basic Operation of the Menu-------------------------------------------------------------------------3
3.2 Setup of the Menu----------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
3.3 Appendix to the Menu----------------------------------------------------------------------------5
4. Setup of the Dome Camera ----------------------------------------------------6
3.1 Connection of the System ----------------------------------------------------------------------6
3.2 Setup of Coding Switch of Dome Camera --------------------------------------------------------7
3.3 Setup of the Protocol and the Default Baud Rate -------------------------------------------------7
3.4 Setup of the Baud Rate of Communication------------------------------------------------------8
3.5 Selection of the Terminal Resistor of the Dome Camera -------------------------------------8
5. The Installation of the System ---------------------------------------------------8
5.1 The Style of the Installation--------------------------------------------------------------------8
5.2 Steps of Installation----------------------------------------------------------------------------------10
5.3 Steps of Installation for Indoor Ceiling Style------------------------------------------------12
6. Technical data table --------------------------------------------------------------16
7. Troubleshooting ---------------------------------------------------------------------16
Appendix
Ⅰ: Lighting Proof and Surge Signal Proof----------------------------------------------17
Ⅱ: The Cleaning of Clear Down Cover---------------------------------------------------18
Ⅲ: RS485 Bus Basic Knowledge-----------------------------------------------------------18
Ⅳ: Wire Diameter and Transmission Distance Comparison Chart--------------20
Ⅴ: Wire Gauge Conversion Chart-----------------------------------------------------------21
I.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
1. All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the units is operated.
2. This unit 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 supply you plan to use, consult your
appliance dealer or local power company. For units intended to operate from battery power
or other sources, refer to operating instructions.
3. During the course of transportation, storage and installation, the product should be avoided
from incorrect operations such as heavy pressing, strong vibration etc., which can cause
damage of product as there are sophisticated optical and electronic devices inside the
machine.
4. Do not attempt to disassemble the camera. In order to prevent electric shock, do not
remove screws or covers. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
5.
Always follow all electrical standards for safety when it is in operation. Adopt the
particular power supply which is provided with the unit. RS-485 and video signal should
keep enough distance with high voltage equipments and cables when they are in
transmission. Precautions for anti-lightning and anti-surging should be taken if necessary.
6. The product should be indoor installed and operated to avoid rain and moisture. Do not
use it in wet places. If outdoor installation is needed, the closed protect cover should be
used and it is absolutely prohibited to use it in open air independently.
7. Do not operate it in case temperature, humidity and power supply are beyond the limited
stipulations.
8. Do not let the camera aim at the sun or the object with extreme light whatsoever it is
switched on or not. Do not let the camera aim at or monitor bright and standstill object for
a long time.
9. Do not use aggressive detergent to clean the main body of the camera. Wipe dirt with dry
cloth. If needed, mild detergent can be used suitably.
10. Operate the intelligent speed dome camera with great care to avoid shock or vibration. It
operate incorrectly, the Speed Dome could be damaged.
11. Do not place this unit on an unstable stand, tripod, bracket, or
mount. The unit may fall, causing serious injury to a person
and serious damage to the unit. Use only with a stand, tripod,
bracket, or mount recommended by the manufacturer or sold
with the product. Any mounting of the unit should follow the
manufacturer’s instructions and should use mounting
accessory recommended by manufacturer.
12. If necessary, use a commercial lens cleaning paper to clear the lens windows. Gently wipe
the lens window until clean.
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II. Description of Functions
The intelligent dome camera is a hi-tech CCTV product which incorporates high-clarity color
camera, panoramic speed-variable PAN/TILT, multifunctional decoder, universal character
generator, CPU processor, memory chip into a whole. It can largely reduce connection and
installation processes of components in the system, rise up reliability of the system and
facilitate installation and maintenance. Therefore it has advantages of beautiful appearance,
compact structure and easy operation.
1. Integrated Multi-Protocol Decoder
a. With integrated decoder and multi-protocol, it can integrate 16 kinds of
communication protocols in maximum. As its baud rate of communication can be
adjusted, it is compatible with many normal systems by easy setup inside the dome
camera, so it has stronger versatility.
b. RS485 serial control: addresses of camera 1-1023.
2. Integrated Speed-Variable PAN/TILT
a. Turning 360ºhorizontally and continuously with unlimited positions and an adjustable
speed from 0.2 - 300 rad/s; turning 0 - 90º vertically with a speed up to 120 rad/s.
b. Running stably at low speed with super lower noise. Pictures have no shaking.
c. Automatic 180º flip and panoramic monitoring without blind point, the location
precision up to ±0.1°.
3. High Intelligent Degree
a. As much as 128 preset positions can be preset with powerless memory.
b. The camera can scan horizontally between two points and scan speed can be modified.
The positions of linear scan are optional and the dome camera can scan the range
larger or smaller than 180° between any two points with adjustable speed;
c. Six sets of programmable tour locus with 16 position each set. The running speed and
the detention time are adjustable respectively;
d. The dome camera can simulate the PTZ route operated by you in 40 seconds by the
self-learning function of the locus with powerless memory;
e. Character Overlapping. The humane structure of the menu makes all setups and
programming of the dome camera more convenient and easy.
f. Proportional pan function. The speed dome will depend on the amount of zoom. At
telephoto zoom settings, the pan and tilt speeds will be slower for a given amount of
joystick deflection than at wide zoom settings. This keeps the image from moving too
fast on the monitor when there is a large amount of zoom. This slowing does not
happen when going to a preset, but does occur in turbo mode when high zoom is
selected. The minimum pan and tilt speeds are 0.1 degree per second at full zoom.
g. The Integrated Multi-Protocol. Multiple communication protocols are integrated
inside the dome camera with selectable baud rate from 2400 bps to 9200 bps.
4. Functions of the Camera (icons can be displayed on the screen when the option
DISPLAY of the camera is ON)
a. Description of the Focus Control Mode: the user can adjust the focus of the camera
appears on the screen;
manually. When the camera is on near focus, the icon
appears while on the far focus, the icon
when on the nearest state, the icon
appears.
b. Description of Backlight Compensation: when the object to be shot is dark and
looks dim, the user can open the backlight compensation according to actual need and
appears on the screen.
the icon
c. Description of White Balance: when the image has color distort on the screen, the
user can set different modes by orders. There are 6modes for options: ① Indoor
② Outdoor Mode
③ Touch Mode
④Automatic Trace of White
Mode
Balance ATW ⑤ Manual WB-MAN ⑥ Automatic Mode.
d. Description of ZOOM Control: user can “pull near” or “push far” the lens according
appears on the screen in which
to actual conditions, and the symbol
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e.
f.
g.
h.
the front part means optical multiplication while the rear part means digital
multiplication.
Description of Electronic Shutter: it is fixed on 1/50 sec after initialization when the
camera is switched on, and the digital 50 appears on the screen.
Setup of Image Effect: the camera works on OFF state under normal condition and
no image effect symbol appears on the screen. When “B&W” appears on the screen, it
means the camera is on black and white state.
AE Mode: setup of Manual/Automatic.
Zero Illuminance: It is used only when the external brightness is extremely low.
Normally the camera works on the automatic state. In case the external brightness is
lower than 1Lux, the camera can be switch to the Zero Illuminance state automatically
and icon
appears on the screen. You can also set the Zero Illuminance state
manually.
III. Setup of the Menu of the Dome Camera
Basic Operation of the Menu
1.1 Open the main menu of the setup by the control keyboard or by the matrix via the
operation “Call No. 64 preset position”.
1.2 When the menu is displayed on the screen, operate “TILT UP”, “TILT DOWN” to move
the cursor to the option to be set, operate “PAN LEFT”, “PAN RIGHT” to modify the
content or the order to enter this option.
1.3 Keep the joystick in one direction for over 1 second to speed up operation.
1.4 All setups on the menu couldn’t be lost even power failure happens.
1.5 Special utilizations can be seen on the descriptions of functions of the menu in detail.
2. Setup of the Menu
2.1 MAIN MENU
2.1.1 DISPLAY SETUP: to enter the submenu of display of the
screen by which ID display, title display of preset point and
display of camera screen can be set.
2.1.2 CAMERA SETUP: to enter the submenu of setup of
normal data of camera.
2.1.3 CONTROL SETUP: to enter the submenu of setup of
control data over the dome camera.
2.1.4 CAMERA MASK SET: to enter the submenu of setup of
mask function of camera.
2.1.5 PROGRAM: to enter the setup of enhanced function of
dome camera.
2.1.6 PAL CAMERA: PAL/NTSC switching to suit the camera.
2.1.7 CAM DEFAULT SET: to reset default setup of camera.
2.1.8 DOME RESET: to reset the dome camera.
2.1.9 EXIT: to quit the main menu.
2.2 DISPLAY SETUP
2.2.1 ID DISPLAY: when it is set at ON, address of dome
camera appears on the screen such as “CAM 001”.
The default setting is ON.
2.2.2 ID POS: to set the display position of address on
one of following corners: TOP-L, TOP-R, BOTT-R
and BOTT-L.
2.2.3 TITLE DIS: when it is set at ON, the title of preset
point appears on the left of screen such as "NO.001
ABCDEFGH” when the preset point is called. The
modification of title of preset point is set on PROGRAM option.
2.2.4 TITLE POS: to set the display position of title of preset point from Line 1 to Line 10.
Line 1 is at the top of screen.
1.
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2.2.5 CAM DISPLAY: when it is set at ON, the camera screen will be opened.
2.2.6 RETURN: to return to MAIN MENU.
2.3
CAMERA SETUP
2.3.1 SLOW SHUTTER: frame accumulation with two
options Manual/Automatic. When camera screen is
opened under automatic state, ASS displays on screen.
2.3.2 BACK LIGHT: backlight compensation ON/OFF.
2.3.3 ICR SHOT: low shooting,ON/AUTO
2.3.4 IRIS: setup of automatic iris AUTO/MANU.
2.3.5 D-ZOOM: setup of digital zooming ON/OFF.
2.3.6 FOCUS: setup of automatic focusing AUTO/ MANU.
2.3.7 WB SET: setup of white balance. ATW / INDOOR /
OUTDOOR / ONEPUSH / AUTO / MANU
2.3.8 MENU OF CAM: blank
2.3.9 RETURN: return to MAIN MENU.
2.4 CONTROL SETUP
2.4.1 AUTO FLIP: 180° automatic flip of dome camera
ON/OFF.
2.4.2 ALARM: blank.
2.4.3 PRESET PIC: if image is followed when calling
preset point or making tour. FREEZE – when switching
scene to freeze image and to recover otherwise; MOVE
– when switching scene no image frozen.
2.4.4 HOME OPTION: enter the submenu of automatic home function.
2.4.4.1 AUTO HOME: when it is set at ON, home
function is available, namely, the dome camera will
return HOME if user has no action in a period of
time. The dome camera shall not return HOME if it
is on tour state. If no HOME is needed when the
dome camera is stopped, set the option at OFF.
2.4.4.2 HOME POS: HOME means return home. For
example to set one scene as HOME, call the scene first and set it as preset point, then
call out the menu to enter into this submenu, change figures after HOME POS into 5.
If automatic HOME function is needed, do not forget to set AUTO HOME at ON.
The preset points of HOME POS are from 1 to 63 and 65 to 128.
2.4.4.3 DWELL TIME: to set the time of automatic HOME, which means the camera shall
return HOME if it is not controlled in a period of time which can be from 1 to 99
minutes.
2.4.4.4 RETURN: return to the menu one level higher.
2.4.5 RETURN: return to MAIN MENU.
2.5 CAMERA MASK SET
2.5.1 MASK PRIVACY: blank.
2.5.2 MASK SHADE: blank.
2.5.3 MASK REGION: blank.
2.5.4 RETURN: return to Main Menu.
2.6 PROGRAM Options
2.6.1 AUTO PAN START POS: To set start position of auto scan between two points. To
move the dome camera by joystick after entering and to return by CLOSE button.
2.6.2 AUTO PAN END POS: To set end position of auto scan between two points. To
move the holder by joystick after entering and to return by CLOSE button.
2.6.3 RUN AUTO PAN: Auto scan function between two points. First of all, you must set
the start position and the end position of auto scan. If the start position is just the end
position, it means 360° scan. The speed of auto scan has six grades: FAST / NORMAL
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/ SLOW / -FAST / -NORMAL / -SLOW in which the
first three grades are scan less than 180° while the
later three grades larger than 180°. Adjust speed by
PAN LEFT/PAN RIGHT, and operate and exit by
OPEN button. The start position and the end position
of auto scan are set by options 1 and 2 in this
submenu.
2.6.4 SET TITLE: to edit titles of preset position. Only
previous 63 preset points have their titles. Select no.
of preset point by PAN LEFT/PAN RIGHT, enter
into edit by OPEN button and exit edit by CLOSE
button. Operations under edit state can be seen later.
2.6.5 SET PATROL: to edit data for multi-points patrol.
Select no. of patrol by PAN LEFT/PAN RIGHT, enter into edit by OPEN button and
exit edit by CLOSE button. Operations under edit state can be seen later.
2.6.6 RUN PATROL: to run multi-points patrol function. Select no. of patrol by PAN
LEFT/PAN RIGHT, run and exit by OPEN button.
2.6.7 RECORD PATTERN: This pattern can consist of any standard pan and tilt or lens
command. Presets, flip, digital zoom, proportional pan, and turbo are not allowed in a
pattern. The pattern length is 40 seconds in maximum. To return when 40 seconds
expire or by push CLOSE button.
2.6.8 RUN PATTERN: to self-learn loci of tour. To exit the menu after running or to stop
running by joystick.
2.6.9 RETURN: return to Main Menu.
3. Appendix to the Menu
3.1 Operation of Edit State of Multi-Points Patrol. When entering into edit state the
screen displays as follows:
NO – serial No. of patrol position
POS – No. of preset position
SP – leaving speed
TM – dwelling time
After entering into edit area, screen shows as follows:
Edit Area, data of 2 patrol position appears on one
line.
SEQ:01
– It means the set No.1 patrol
CLOSE:EXIT – Push CLOSE to exit edit state
3.2
Both top and bottom lines display prompt and information of each patrol is displayed on
the middle of the screen. Data of 2 Patrol points appears on one line. Move cursor by
PAN LEFT/RIGHT and modify data by TILT UP/DOWN. Press buttons for one second
to speed up operation. Press CLOSE button to exit edit state and store modifications.
The program will search the position of the first “---” of POS, store dada before it and
regard data after it as invalid. In above figure, the program stores previous four points
with settable range from 1 to 63 and from 65 to 128. When “---” of POS appears, the
tour range is ended. The settable range of SP is from 0 to 8 (0 and 1 are the same with
fastest speed while 8 has the lowest speed). The settable range of TM is from 0 to 99
seconds.
Operation of Title of Preset Point in Edit State. When entering into edit state the
screen displays as follows:
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In the figure we find the preset point is No.1 with title
of “NO TITLE”. Move cursor by PAN LEFT/RIGHT
and modify data by TILT UP/DOWN. Press buttons for
one second to speed up operation. Press CLOSE button
to exit edit state and store modifications. The title of
preset point has 8 characters in maximum such as 0-9,
A-Z, +, - and space. Note: the first character should be
0-9 or A-Z, otherwise it means to delete the title of the
preset point, and when preset point is adjusted, only
“NO.XXX” spears without title to be displayed.
IV.
Setup of the Dome Camera
1. Connection of the System
1) The Systematic Drawing of the Dome Camera
C
Monitor
AC90~AC260V Input
AC24V OUT
Power IN
VIDEO OUT
V
RS-485
Power Adapter
Multiplexer
Matrix
Speed Dome
RS-485
Protocol Adapter
RS-485
RS-485
Code Converter
B S W
B S W
AD Matrix
RS-485
Protocol Adapter
RS232
Philips Matrix
s
Figure 1
2) Address / Protocol Coding Switch Drawing
SW2
3 2 1
SW1
ON
ON
JP
1
120Ω term inal resistor is
connected on R S485 B us
2
3
4
5
6
Protocol Select
1
2
3
4
3 2 1
JP
120Ω term inal resistor is
opened for R S485 bus
3 2 1
SW2
SW1
JP
Vertical View
Connector Pin
Figure 2
6
5
6 7
8
9 10
Speed Dome Address Select
2.
Setup of Coding Switch of Dome Camera. As shown in Figure 2, SW1 is used to set
address of the dome camera from 1 – 1023. The coding switches from DIP-10 to DIP-1
are equivalent to a 10-bit binary digital. DIP-10 is MSB while DIP-1 is LSB. The state
“ON” of each bit means 1 while “OFF” means 0. Following table shows states of coding
switches of some addresses.
Dome
Address
States of Coding Switches
DIP-1
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
…
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
…
1023
DIP-2
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
…
ON
DIP-3
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
…
ON
DIP-4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
…
ON
DIP-5
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
…
ON
DIP-6
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
…
ON
DIP-7
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
…
ON
DIP-8
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
…
ON
DIP-9
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
…
ON
DIP-10
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
…
ON
Table 1
For Example:
ON
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
1
9 10
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
1
9 10
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10
Speed Dome Address=1
Speed Dome Address=2
Speed Dome Address=3
ON
ON
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
1
9 10
Speed Dome Address=4
3.
ON
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10
Speed Dome Address=18
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10
Speed Dome Address=1023
Setup of the Protocol and the Default Baud Rate. As shown in Figure 2, SW2 is used
to set the protocol of communication and the baud rate used by the dome camera. DIP-4
to DIP-1 of SW2 is used to select protocols and 16 different protocols can be selected in
maximum. Following table shows states of coding switches of protocols selected by the
dome camera.
Protocols
SAMSUNG
B01
NEON
Santachi
PELCO-D
PELCO-P/4800
PELCO-P/9600
DIP status
Normal Baud Rate
DIP-1
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
DIP-2
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
DIP-3
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
DIP-4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
7
DIP-5
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
DIP-6
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
PANASONIC
Longcomity
HUNDA600
LILIN
VICON
MOLYNX
KALATEL
VCL
Reserved
ALEC
Ultrak
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
Table 2
Some protocols and the states of the coding switches of normal baud rate of these
protocols are shown as follows:
ON
ON
PANASONIC/9600Bps
NEON/9600Bps
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
ALEC/9600Bps
6
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
ON
ON
Ultrak/9600Bps
PELCO-P/9600Bps
1
2
3
4
5
6
Setup of the Baud Rate of Communication. As shown in Figure 2, SW2 is used to set
the protocol of communication and the baud rate used by the dome camera. DIP-6 and
DIP-5 of SW2 are used to select the baud rate of communication and 4 different baud
rates can be selected in maximum. If the controller adopts non-standard baud rate, you
can adjust it to be identical with that of the main machine as per the following table.
Baud Rate of Communication
DIP-1
DIP-2
2400 bps
4800 bps
9600 bps
19200 bps
1.
4
ON
ON
PELCO-P/4800Bps
V.
3
KALATEL/4800Bps
PELCO-D/2400Bps
5.
2
ON
ON
4.
1
DIP-3
DIP-4
Setup of Baud Rate
DIP-5
DIP-6
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Selection of the Terminal Resistor of the Dome Camera. As shown in Figure 2, JP1
is the select switch of the 120 Ω terminal resistor on the bus RS485, on which
only one terminal resistor of the dome camera at the farthest end can be connected, while
the terminal resistors of other devices should be opened.
The Installation of the System
The Style of the Installation
1) Dimension of the Product
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Figure 3
2) The Style of Installation
a) Wall Installation
Figure 4
262
300
b) In-Ceiling Installation
Φ7
Figure 5
205
140
c) Indoor Ceiling Installation
Φ137
Φ195
Figure 6
d) Indoor Embedded Installation
9
125
Ф137
Figure 6-1
2.
Steps of Installation (taking wall-installing style as example)
1) Unpacking the carton and carefully take out the dome camera and its attachments.
2) Take out the cover of the wall-installed bracket (see Figure 7).
3) Take out system control wires from the bracket (see Figure 8).
4) Fix the bracket on the wall (see Figure 9).
Figure 7
Figure 8
Figure 9
5) Rotate the vitreous cover counterclockwise and take it out. (see Figure 10)
6) Fix the pedestal in the aluminum alloy ball (Figure 11). Install the ball on the bracket
(Figure 12).
Q2:M5×16 stainless steel
hexagon socket screw
Pedestal
OPEN
Figure 10
Figure 11
10
Q1: M4×8 countersunk
head screw
Figure 12
7) Take out the "plug and play" connector D1 (Figure 13).
8) Connect the control wires of the system as per Figure 14.
9) Insert connector D1 into the corresponding socket. Take care not to leave much wires
inside the ball cover but to pull them out of the cover as shown on Figure 15.
D1 PIN
VIDEO+
VIDEORS485RS485+
AC24V
D1
AC24V
Figure 13
Figure 14
RED LINE(AC24V IN)
BLACK LINE(AC24V IN)
ORANGE LINE(RS485+)
YELLOW LINE(RS485-)
Figure 15
RED CONNECTOR
(POWER IN)
BLACK CONNECTOR
(RS485 CONTROL IN)
VIDEO OUT
10) Insert attachment plug in aluminum alloy into socket D2 (Figure 15-1). According the
fig of D3 to connection. As show of fig15-1, when dome identify the alarm signal,
that will set according the program immediately, then startup camera, switching the
image of alarm field to main monitor. Surveillance the alarm preset, then record it in
time. Fig15-2 is connection of alarm control.
Input of alarm: Input signal of switch type, any other input signal will damage
dome. When multi-channel with alarm signal, dome will respond one by one, the
removed time is two sec.
Once the dome have alarm input, dome will not respond“scanning”、“patrol”、
“remember tracking”etc function.
D2: connect fan/heater(AC24V)
NO: Open collector alarm output
NC: Close collector alarm output
COM: Common collector alarm output
GND: Common collector alarm input
ALM-1: Channel 1 collector alarm input
ALM-2: Channel 2 collector alarm input
ALM-3: Channel 3 collector alarm input
ALM-4: Channel 4 collector alarm input
D3
Figure 15-1
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Alarm input
ALM-1
ALM-2
ALM-3
ALM-4
Alarm output
No.1-channel
No.2-channel
No.3-channel
No.4-channel
NO
NC
COM
GND
ALM-1
ALM-2
ALM-3
ALM-4
D3
alarm
alarm
alarm
alarm
was
was
was
was
activation,
activation,
activation,
activation,
then
then
then
then
call
call
call
call
No.29
No.30
No.31
No.32
preset
preset
preset
preset
Presetting the preset of NO.29、30、31、32,
then the alarm could respond.
Figure 15-2
11) Based on the coding switches shown as Figure 2, set up the protocol used by the
camera and the baud rate as per the state according to Table 2. Check the address of
the camera to see if it is matched with that you need. If not, set the address of the
dome camera at corresponding position as per Table 1.
12) Rotate the vitreous cover on dome counterclockwise and take it out. Note: if
Fixed the Speed Dome Camera in the aluminum alloy ball, you must take out the
vitreous cover on dome. Otherwise, it will effect picture quality. (see Figure 16)
13) Aiming the “MARK” on the ball at the notch on the pedestal, push the ball upward to
the end and rotate clockwise until it is clicked, then mount the vitreous cover by
rotating it clockwise (as shown on Figure 17), and mount the cover plate of the
bracket at last (see Figure 18).
Mark
OPEN
CLOSE
Figure 18
Figure 16
CLOSE
OPEN
Figure 17
3.
Steps of Installation for Indoor Ceiling Style
1) Install the pedestal on the base plate (as shown on Figure 19).
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Q6: M2.5×5 round head
black screw
A
B
D
Q3: M4×1.25″stainless
steel wood screw
Figure 19
Figure 20
2)
3)
Fix the pedestal assembly on the ceiling (Figure 20).
Aiming the “MARK” on the ball at the notch on the pedestal, push the ball upward to
the end and rotate clockwise until it is clicked (as shown on Figure 21).
4) Put the decoration ring near the ceiling and rotate it clockwise until it is tightened
(Figure 21).
5) Figure 22 shows the system is installed.
6) The names of some parts are as follows:
A:Base Plate
B:Pedestal
C:Decoration Ring
D:Pedestal Assembly
Mark
Figure 22
C
Figure 21
4.
Indoor embedded installation
Notice: The thickness of the ceiling to install speed dome must be ≤ 1.65
inch (4.2 cm) and ≥ 0.38 inch (0. 8cm).
Notice: The ceiling should withstand 4 times the load of the speed dome
weight.
1)
It has the drill map in embedded bracket,tip the black parts of double paper, the central of drill
map have a red spot, which is central spot (reference to Figure 31)
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图 31
2) Base on the red spot to draw the sign (reference to Figure 32)
图 32
3) According the material of ceiling, choice the different tools to drill (reference to Figure 33)
图 33
4)
Fixup the “installation pedestal” with the embedded mount (reference Figure 34)
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Q1A: M4×12 countersunk head screw (3 pcs)
Pedestal
Figure 34
5)
For easy installation, adjust the three swing mounting clips to let the distance between
the clips and the flange a little longer than ceiling thickness
6)
Swing the three mounting clips to adhere to back box wall. Place the back box inside the
ceiling hole. Let the flange cling to the ceiling
7)
Turn the three mounting clip bolts to let the mounting clips press the ceiling and swing
out gradually. The ceiling is clamped between the mounting clips and the flange, thus the
back box is secured above the ceiling. (Refer to Picture 35)
Indoor drop celing
installation bracket
Swing mounting Clip
Ceiling
Flange
D ecoration R ing
Figure 35
5.
To Ensure a Smooth and Successful Installation, You Should:
1、Have electrical work to comply with latest national electrical code, national fire code,
and all applicable local codes and ordinances.
2、Coordinate with other trades to avoid interference.
3、Verify existing conditions on the site and coordinate with owner side to ensure
necessary utilities available.
4、Copy all related plans, specifications, shop drawings and attachments to schedule and
coordinate related work.
5、 Thoroughly review the project to ensure that all jobs should meet or exceed the above
requirements. Contact with the CCTV Project Coordinator to draw attention in case
alleged discrepancies occur.
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VI.
Technical data table
1/4″Color CCD
752 H×582 V(440000 pixels)PAL
In-Phase Inside
1.0 Vp-p/75Ω
Auto / Manual
AC 24V±10% 1.25A (with fan/heater)
30 VA (with fan/heater)
15 VA (indoor)
2 Kg
Image Inductor
Pixels
In-Phase System
Video Output
White Balance
Power Supply
Specifications
Power Consumption
Weight
Installation
Camera
Function
Lens
Parameter
Dome
Function
VII.
Opposite Humidity
Environment Temperature
Scan System
Horizontal
Signal-to-Noise
Shutter
Sensitivity
Zoom Rate
Iris
Focus
Pan Speed
Tilt Speed
Preset
Auto Cruise
Pattern
4 Kg (with aluminum alloy ball)
Indoor ceiling installation or wall
mounting
10-75 %
0℃~40℃
15.625 KHz (H) 50Hz (V)
480 Horizontal
> 48 db
1/3~1/10000 sec
0.01~1 lux (F1.6)
18×Optical and 12×Digital
Auto / Manual
Auto / Manual
0~300°/s
0~120°/s
128 presets (max)
At best 6 cruises
40 sec.
Troubleshooting
Problems
No action when power
is switched on
Abnormal self-check.
Images with motor
noise
Normal self-check but
no images
Possible Causes
Remedies
Power supply fault
Replace
Bad connection of the power
Correct
Transformer damaged
Replace
Mechanical failure
Repair
Camera inclined
Reinstall
Power supply not enough
Replace
Video signal fault
Reinstall
Bad connection of the video
Press to connect well
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Normal self-check but
out of control
Camera damaged
Replace
RS485 bus bad connection
Check the RS485 connection
Dome ID setup is wrong
Reselect
Protocol setup is wrong
Reset and Switch ON again
Bad connection of the video
Press to connect well
Power supply not enough
Replace
Self check error
Switch ON again
Bad connection of control
Press to connect well
Bad control of matrix
Switch ON again
Vague image
Dome camera out of
control
Appendix Ⅰ: Lightning Proof and Surge Signal Proof
The product adopts TVS lightning proof technology to prevent from damage by lightning strike
below 1500 W and impulse signals such as surge; but it is also necessary to abide by the
following precautions to ensure electrical safety based on practical circumstances:
z Keep the communication cables at least 50 meters away from high voltage equipment or
cables.
z Make outdoor cable laying-out under eaves as possible as you can.
z In open area shield cables in steel tube and conduct a single point ground to the tube. Trolley
wire is forbidden in such circumstances.
z In strong thunderstorm or high faradic zone (such as high voltage transformer substation),
extra strong lightning proof equipment must be installed.
z Take the building lightning proof requirements into account to design the lightning proof and
grounding of outdoor equipment and cable laying-out in accordance with the national and
industrial standards.
z The system must be grounded with equal potentials. The earth ground connection must
satisfy the anti-interference and electrical safety requirements and must not short circuited
with high voltage electricity net. When the system is grounded separately, the resistance of
down conductor should be ≤ 4Ω and the sectional area of down conductor should be ≤
25mm2 (refer to Picture 36).
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Figure 36
Appendix Ⅱ: The Cleaning of Clear Down Cover
To obtain constant clear videos, user should clean the down cover periodically.
z Be cautious when cleaning. Hold the down cover ring only to avoid direct touch to the acrylic
down cover. The acid sweat mark of fingerprint will corrode the coating of down cover and
scratch on down cover will cause vague images.
z Use soft dry cloth or the substitute to clean the inner and outer surfaces.
z For hard contamination, use neutral detergent. Any cleanser for high grade furniture is
applicable.
Appendix Ⅲ: RS485 Bus Basic Knowledge
1. Characteristics of RS485 Bus
As specified by RS485 standards, RS485 Bus is of half-duplexed data transmission cables
with characteristic impedance as 120Ω. The maximum load capacity is 32 unit loads
(including main controller and controlled equipment).
2. Transmission distances of RS485 Bus
When user selects the 0.56mm (24AWG) twisted pair wires as data transmission cable, the
maximum theoretical transmitting distances are as follows:
Baud Rate
Maximum Transmitting Distance
2400 Bps
1800m
4800 Bps
1200m
9600Bps
800m
If user selects thinner cables, or installs the dome in an environment with strong
electromagnetic interference, or connects lots of equipment to the RS485 Bus, the maximum
transmitting distance will be decreased. To increase the maximum transmitting distance, do
the contrary.
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3. Connection and termination resistor
The RS485 standards require a daisy-chain connection between the equipment. There must
be termination resistors with 120Ωimpedance at both ends of the connection (refer to Picture 40).
Please refer to Picture 41 for simple connection. “D” should not exceed 7m.
. . . . .
120Ω
1#
2#
3#
4#
120Ω
32#
Figure 37
A+
. . . . .
BD
A+
B. . . . .
120Ω
M ain controller
1#
2#
3#
120Ω
31#
Figure 38
The connection of 120Ω termination resistor: The termination resistor is ready on the
Protocol PCB. There are two kinds of connection. Refer to the Protocol PCB jumper setting
form (refer to Picture 2).
1) In the Picture it is the factory default connection. The jumper is seated on Pin2&Pin3 and
the termination resistor is not connected.
2) when connecting the 120 Ω termination resistor, user should plug the jumper on
Pin1&Pin2. and the termination resistor is connected.
4. Problems in practical connection
In some circumstances user adopts a star configuration in practical connection. The
termination resistors must be connected to the two equipment that are farthest away from each
other, such as equipment 1# and 15# in Picture 44. As the star configuration is not in conformity
with the requirements of RS485 standards, problems such as signal reflections, lower
anti-interference performance arise when the cables are long in the connection. The reliability of
control signals is decreased with the phenomena that the dome does not respond to or just
responds at intervals to the controller, or does continuous operation without stop (refer to Picture
39).
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Figure 39
In such circumstances the factory recommends the usage of DR-HB16 RS485 distributor.
The distributor can change the star configuration connection to the mode of connection
stipulated in the RS485 standards. The new connection achieves reliable data
transmission (refer to Picture 40).
Figure 40
Appendix Ⅳ:
Wire Diameter and Transmission Distance Comparison Chart
Wire diameter (mm)
Transmission
Distance
0.8000
1.000
1.250
2.000
10
283(86)
451(137)
716(218)
1811(551)
20
141(42)
225(68)
358(109)
905(275)
30
94(28)
150(45)
238(72)
603(183)
40
70(21)
112(34)
179(54)
452(137)
50
56(17)
90(27)
143(43)
362(110)
60
47(14)
75(22)
119(36)
301(91)
feet(m)
Power [VA]
20
70
40(12)
64(19)
102(31)
258(78)
80
35(10)
56(17)
89(27)
226(68)
90
31(9)
50(15)
79(24)
201(61)
100
28(8)
45(13)
71(21)
181(55)
110
25(7)
41(12)
65(19)
164(49)
120
23(7)
37(11)
59(17)
150(45)
130
21(6)
34(10)
55(16)
139(42)
140
20(6)
32(9)
51(15)
129(39)
150
18(5)
30(9)
47(14)
120(36)
160
17(5)
28(8)
44(13)
113(34)
170
16(4)
26(7)
42(12)
106(32)
180
15(4)
25(7)
39(11)
100(30)
190
14(4)
23(7)
37(11)
95(28)
200
14(4)
22(6)
35(10)
90(27)
APPENDIX Ⅴ : Wire Gauge Conversion Chart
Bare wire diameter
metric size
(mm)
AWG
(Approximate)
SWG
(Approximate)
Bare wire cross sectional
area
(mm2)
0.050
43
47
0.00196
0.060
42
46
0.00283
0.070
41
45
0.00385
0.080
40
44
0.00503
0.090
39
43
0.00636
0.100
38
42
0.00785
0.110
37
41
0.00950
0.130
36
39
0.01327
0.140
35
0.160
34
0.180
33
0.200
32
0.230
31
0.250
30
0.01539
37
0.02011
0.02545
35
0.03142
0.04115
33
21
0.04909
0.290
29
31
0.06605
0.330
28
30
0.08553
0.350
27
29
0.09621
0.400
26
28
0.1237
0.450
25
0.560
24
24
0.2463
0.600
23
23
0.2827
0.710
22
22
0.3958
0.750
21
0.800
20
21
0.5027
0.900
19
20
0.6362
1.000
18
19
0.7854
1.250
16
18
1.2266
1.500
15
2.000
12
0.1602
0.4417
1.7665
14
3.1420
2.500
4.9080
3.000
7.0683
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