IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

WE DO FUTURE User Manual

Ver. 1.2

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

The World’s First 360°Endless PAN/ TILT Motion

Full HD(1080P) 2MegaPixel / IR LED supported for Night Mode

Multi-profile Video Streaming / Digital PTZ, Video Crop / IP68

Contents

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

CONTENTS ···················································································································································································· 2

COMPONENTS ············································································································································································· 2

WARNINGS & CAUTIONS ························································································································································· 3

GENERAL FEATURES ·································································································································································· 6

PART NAMES ················································································································································································ 7

A. Basic Parts ·········································································································································································· 7

B. Connection Method ······················································································································································· 8

INSTALLATION ············································································································································································· 9

A. Ceiling Mount Bracket ··················································································································································· 9

B. Pole Stand ·········································································································································································· 11

C. Wall Mount Bracket ························································································································································ 13

D. Required System Specification ··································································································································· 15

E. Quick Installation Guide ················································································································································· 15

QUICK OPERATING KEYS ························································································································································· 20

DIAGNOSTIC ················································································································································································ 22

OSD MENU SETTING ································································································································································· 23

A. OSD Menu Table ······························································································································································· 18

B. Dome Set ············································································································································································· 19

C. Camera Set ········································································································································································· 25

D. Preset Set ············································································································································································ 27

E. Auto Scan Set ···································································································································································· 28

F. Tour Set ················································································································································································ 29

G. Privacy Set ········································································································································································· 30

H. Pattern Set ········································································································································································· 31

I. Alarm Set ············································································································································································· 33

J. Sector Set ··········································································································································································· 34

DIP SWITCHING SETTING ······················································································································································· 40

A. ID Setting ·········································································································································································· 40

B. 485 Termination ······························································································································································ 41

C. Protocal ············································································································································································· 41

D. Baud Rate Setting ·························································································································································· 41

TROUBLESHOOTING ······························································································································································· 42

SPECIFICATION ········································································································································································· 48

DIMENSIONS ············································································································································································· 50

Components

1. IR IP MG CAMERA 1SET 2. MANUAL 1EA

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Warnings & Cautions

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

• If you fail to read this information and handle the product incorrectly, death or serious injury may occur.

• The unit should be installed by the trained personnel.

• Switch off immediately if the product emits smoke or abnormal heat.

• Never install the product in area exposed to oil or gas.

• Never touch the power cord with wet hands.

• Clean only with dry cloth.

• Ensure that the product is not subjected to strong impacts and vibration.

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT OPEN

CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,

DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)

NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING

TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consisting a risk of electric shock is present within this unit.

This symbol indicates that there are important operating and maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying this unit.

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WEEE Compliance statement

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English

Disposal of your old appliance

1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.

2. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities.

3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.

4. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

Français/French

Élimination de votre ancien appareil

1. Ce symbole, représentant une poubelle sur roulettes barrée d'une croix, signifie que le produit est couvert par la directive européenne

2002/96/EC.

2. Tous les produits électriques et électroniques doivent être éliminés séparément de la chaîne de collecte municipale des ordures, par l’ intermédiaire des installations de collecte prescrites et désignées par le gouvernement ou les autorités locales.

3. Une élimination conforme aux instructions aidera à réduire les conséquences négatives et risques éventuels pour l'environnement et la santé humaine.

4. Pour plus d'informations concernant l'élimination de votre ancien appareil, veuillez contacter votre mairie, le service des ordures ménagères ou encore le magasin où vous avez acheté ce produit.

Deutsch/German

Entsorgung von Altgeräten

1. Wenn dieses Symbol eines durchgestrichenen

Abfalleimers auf einem Produkt angebracht ist, unterliegt dieses Produkt der europäischen

Richtlinie 2002/96/EC.

2. Alle Elektro- und Elektronik-Altgeräte müssen getrennt vom Hausmüll über die dafür staatlich vorgesehenen Stellen entsorgt werden.

3. Mit der ordnungsgemäßen Entsorgung des alten Geräts vermeiden Sie Umweltschäden und eine Gefährdung der persönlichen

Gesundheit.

4. Weitere Informationen zur Entsorgung des alten Geräts erhalten Sie bei der

Stadtverwaltung, beim Entsorgungsamt oder in dem Geschäft, wo Sie das Produkt erworben haben.

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WEEE Compliance statement

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Italiano/Italian

RAEE: SMALTIMENTO DELLE VOSTRE

VECCHIE APPARECCHIATURE

1. Quando il simbolo del “Cassonetto Barrato”

è apposto su un prodotto, significa che lo stesso può ricadere nei termini previsti dalla Direttiva

Europea nr. 2002/96/EC in funzione dell’attuazione definita dalla Legislazione dei singoli stati membri dell’Unione Europea.

2. Tutti i prodotti elettrici ed elettronici dovrebbero essere smaltiti separatamente dai rifiuti municipali, tramite appositi contenitori, approvati dall’Amministrazione Comunale o dalle Autorità

Locali.

3. Il corretto smaltimento delle vostre vecchie apparecchiature, contribuirà a prevenire possibili conseguenze di impatto negativo sull’ ambiente e per la salute dell’uomo.

4. Per maggiori informazioni circa lo smaltimento delle vostre vecchie apparecchiature, siete pregati di contattare l’ufficio municipale della vostra città, il servizio di smaltimento rifiuti o il punto vendita nel quale avete acquistato il prodotto.

Polski/Polish

Utylizacja starych urządzeń

1. Kiedy do produktu dołączony jest niniejszy przekreślony symbol kołowego pojemnika na śmieci, oznacza to, że produkt jest objęty europejską dyrektywą 2002/96/EC.

2. Wszystkie elektryczne i elektroniczne produkty powinny być utylizowane niezależnie od odpadów miejskich, z wykorzystaniem przeznaczonych do tego miejsc składowania wskazanych przez rząd lub miejscowe władze.

3. Właściwy sposób utylizacji starego urządzenia pomoże zapobiec potencjalnie negatywnemu wpływowi na zdrowie i środowisko.

4. Aby uzyskać więcej informacji o sposobach utylizacji starych urządzeń, należy skontaktować się z władzami lokalnymi, przedsiębiorstwem zajmującym się utylizacją odpadów lub sklepem, w którym produkt został kupiony.

Português/Portuguese

Eliminação do seu antigo aparelho

1. Quando este símbolo de latão cruzado estiver afixado a um produto, significa que o produto é abrangido pela Directiva Europeia 2002/96/EC.

2. Todos os produtos eléctricos e electrónicos devem ser eliminados separadamente da coleta de lixo municipal através de pontos de recolha designados, facilitados pelo governo ou autoridades locais.

3. A eliminação correcta do seu aparelho antigo ajuda a evitar potenciais consequências negativas para o ambiente e para a saúde humana.

4. Para obter informaçõs mais detalhadas acerca da eliminação do seu aparelho antigo, contacte as autoridades locais, um serviço de eliminação de resíduos ou a loja onde comprou o produto.

Español/Spanish

Cómo deshacerse de aparatos eléctricos y electrónicos viejos

1. Si en un producto aparece el símbolo de un contenedor de basura tachado, significa que éste se acoge a la Directiva 2002/96/EC.

2. Todos los aparatos eléctricos o electrónicos se deben desechar de forma distinta del servicio municipal de recogida de basura, a través de puntos de recogida designados por el gobierno o las autoridades locales.

3. La correcta recogida y tratamiento de los dispositivos inservibles contribuye a evitar riesgos potenciales para el medio ambiente y la salud pública.

4. Para obtener más información sobre cómo deshacerse de sus aparatos eléctricos y electrónicos viejos, póngase en contacto con su ayuntamiento, el servicio de recogida de basuras o el establecimiento donde adquirió el producto.

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General Features

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

• FULL HD IR PTZ has been designed unique and strong with high quality for security applications that demand the very high performance both day and at night time.

• Rated to an industry leading IP68, the vandal resistant aluminum camera housing is suitable for installation in the harshest of environments.

• Surveillance with optimum picture is possible owing to filter changeable Day & Night function and

DSS function.

• Auto-IR cut filter removable function is the auto-controlling operation such as color picture plus infrared cut filter during the day and black and white picture plus filter elimination at night.

THE WORLD'S FIRST 360° ENDLESS PAN/TILT MOTION

• IR PTZ camera adopted the world's first 360° endless Pan / Tilt.

PAN / TILT TORQUE COMPENSATION

• Pan / Tilt Torque vibration sensor keeps the Pan / Tilt Motor securely in place during strong winds.

AUTO LED PULSE CONTROL BY DISTANCE RANGE

• It automatically controls the pulse of LED electric current which is consumed Most depending on distance range so that it produces 2 times better LED Brightness with same amount of electric current as others.

VARIOUS SURVEILLANCE FUNCTIONS

Auto Scan repeats pan and tilt between two preset positions with different speed and dwell time.

8 Group Tour up to 8 Programmable Group tours available and each group is consisting up to 60 presets step with different speed and dwell time with 16 characters.

165 programmable preset positions are available with 16 characters.

8 Patterns up to 8 programmable user-defined patters are available with 16 characters and each one is consisting 50 seconds, total 480.

8 Sectors up to 8 programmable user-defined sectors are available with 16 characters.

4 Alarm input and 2 relay out up to 4 alarms and 2 relay out available to match with preset, tours, patterns.

Part Names

A. Basic Parts

CAMERA

MAIN BODY

IR LED

BASE BODY

DIP SWITCH COVER

MOUNT HOLE (M4 x 16 - 4EA)

CABLE

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Part Names

B. Connection Method ⓐ

Explanation

YELLOW

WHITE

Color

BLUE

BROWN

SKY BLUE

PINK

ORANGE

GRAY

VIOLET

RED

GREEN

BLACK ⓑ

Explanation

Color

TRANSPARENT PINK BNC

USE

Video Cable ⓒ

Explanation

YELLOW

BROWN

Color

RED

WHITE

GRAY

VIRMILION

VIOLET

PINK

PASTEL GREEN

BLACK

BLUE

GREEN

PHONE JACK RED

PHONE JACK WHITE

(AWG#20)

USE

AUX 1-A

AUX 1-B

AUX 2-A

AUX 2-B

GND

ALARM 1

ALARM 2

ALARM 3

ALARM 4

GND

RS-485 D+

RS-485 D-

MIC LINE IN

LINE OUT

USE

LED RED

LED GREEN

LED +

LED -

D

C

LAN RX-

B

A

LAN RX+

LAN TX-

LAN TX+ ⓐ ⓑ ⓓ

Explanation

RED

WHITE

BLACK

Color

008

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA ⓓ ⓒ

USE

+ DC 24

GND

N/C

Installation

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

A. Ceiling Mount Bracket

1. CEILING MOUNT BRACKET

2. SET ANCHOR BOLT (W5/9)

3. SCREW M4 x 16

CONTENTS

1EA

4EA

5EA

4. SPRING WASHER Ø4

5. WRENCH (3mm)

6. MANUAL

5EA

4EA

A-1. When you install IR PTZ Camera on the ceiling, make 4 holes at the edge with

Ø13 in diameter and 37mm in depth. If you want to connect the cables from the inside of the ceiling, also make a ole for the cables with about Ø30~50 in diameter in the center of 4 edges. (FIG.1)

A-2. Connect the Ceiling Mount Bracket to the Camera with 4 pieces of M4X16 screws and spring washer. (FIG.2)

A-3. Connect the Safety wire of the Camera to the Bracket. In order to avoid getting entangled in the Camera, fasten the Safety wire to the bracket with

Cable tie. (FIG.3)

(M4 x 16 - 4EA)

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A-4. When you want to connect the cables from the inside of ceiling, pass the cables through the ceiling. When you want to connect the cables from the outside of ceiling, remove the hole cap from the side of the bracket and pass the cables through the hole.

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B. Pole Stand

1. POLE STAND

2. BOLT & NUT M10

3. FLAT WASHER

4. SPRING WASHER Ø10

CONTENTS

1EA

4EA

4EA

4EA

5. SCREW M4 x 16 5EA

6. SPRING WAHGER Ø4 5EA

7. WRENCH (3mm)

8. MANUAL

1EA

B-1. When you install IR-PTZ Camera on the pole, make 4 holes at edge with Ø13 in diameter and 37mm in depth.

Make also a hole for the cables with about Ø30~50 in diameter in the bottom center of the bracket. (FIG.6)

A-5. Install 4 pieces of Anchor bolt in the holes at the edge and tight enough with Nuts. (FIG.4)

B-2. Pass the cables of the camera through the inside of Pole Stand and connect the Camera to the Pole Stand with pieces of M4*16 screws. (FIG.7)

B-3. Connect the Safety Wire of the camera to the bracket.

In order to avoid getting entangled in the camera, fasten the Safety wire to the bracket with Cable Tie. (FIG.8)

A-6. Connect the cables referring to the page 8. (FIG.5)

(M4 x 16 - 4EA)

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B-4. Install 4 pieces of Anchor bolt in the Ø13 holes at the edge and connect the cables.

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C. Wall Mount Bracket

1. WALL MOUNT BRACKET

2. SET ANCHOR BOLT (W5/6)

3. SCREW M4 x 16

CONTENTS

1EA

4EA

5EA

4. SPRING WASHER Ø4

5. WRENCH (3mm)

6. MANUAL

5EA

1EA

C-1. When you install IR PTZ Camera on the wall, make 4 holes at the edge with

Ø13 in diameter and 37mm in depth and install 4 pieces of Anchor bolt in the Ø13 holes at the edge. (FIG.11)

B-5. Adjust the Camera and Pole Stand to M10 x 45 Bolt and Flat Washer, Spring

Washer. And then tight enough with Nuts. (FIG.10)

• If you want to connect the cables from the inside of the wall, also ake a hole for the cables with about Ø30~50 in diameter in the center of 4 edges.

• In order to avoid the impact of the Camera and Bracket when moving, set and drill in the long side as length and the short side as height.

• Check also if the long side of the Bracket sets as length and the short side of the Bracket sets as height.

C-2. Connect the Camera to Wall Mount Bracket with 4 pieces of M4 x 16 screws and Spring Washer. (FIG.12)

(M4 x 16 - 4EA)

(M10 x 45 - 4EA)

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C-3. Connect the Safety wire of the Camera to the Bracket. In order to avoid getting entangled in the Camera, fasten the Safety wire to the bracket with

Cable tie. (FIG.13)

C-4. When you want to connect the cables from the inside of wall, pass the cables through the wall. When you want to connect the cables from the outside of wall, remove the hole cap from the side of the bracket and pass the cables through the hole.

C-5. Install 4 pieces of Anchor bolt in the holes at the edge and tight enough with Nuts. (FIG. 13)

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D. Required System Specification

Required Specification of PC for Camera Configuration & Control.

Class

CPU

Recommendation

Pentium-4 3Ghz

RAM 1GB

Graphic Card Higher than ATI Chip-Set based 64M

LAN Card

OS

Web Browser

Higher than 100Mbps

Windows XP

Higher than Internet Explorer 6.0

Remark

1600x1200(UXGA)

· Operating Systems supported : Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP /

Vista / 7.

E. Quick Installation Guide

E-1. Connect PC and PTZ Camera to Network Device (HUB) a. Prepare a PC which needs to be connected to Network.

b. Connect PC(or Lab-Top) with Product as FIG. 1.

AC Power is applied to the Product through AC Adaptor.

AC Adaptor

LAN Switch

FIG. 1

C-6. Connect the cables referring to the page 8. (FIG.14)

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E-2. IP PTZ Camera Network Configuration using IP Installer

Run the CD and Install IP Installer included in CD. Once install IP Installer,

“WinPcap” will be installed. If not install “WinPCap”, IP Installer won’t operate.

a. Run IP Installer > Select Network Adaptor > Click OK.

b. If Configuration Window open, Click ① > Double Click the relevant product at ② > Fill in ④ > Configure ⑤ > Fill in ⑥ or ⑧.

c. If Configuration is completed, Click Set Button ⑨ to apply Configuration.

d. Access to Camera Admin Page by clicking ⑩.

• For the Network Configuration of IP PTZ Camera, IP Installer should be higher than 3.0.1 Version.

For the Window 7 User,”WinPCap” should be higher than 4.0 Version.

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· If you click each field of ③, you can use sort function. For the detail, refer to

IP Installer Manual.

You can select the most appropriate LAN, ADSL, Static/Dynamic IP per Cable to user’s circumstance via ⑤ menu. In case of selecting Dynamic(Automatic)

IP, ⑥ menu will be deactivated, In case of ADSL, please insert User Name and Password provided from ISP in each field of ⑧.

· For DDNS Service

Insert mgmt.net-video.net in ⑦ > Please configure to be registered on

DDNS by marking Check Box.

You can use after Member Registration on Management Site "http://www.

net-video.net/".

E-3. Remote Connection to IP Camera a. Connection via Web Viewer

Web View is the simplest method to connect to product via internet explorer. Once you insert "http://IP_address:HTTP_port number" into

Internet Explorer, you can access to the relevant product.

· For the use of Web Viewer, Active-X module should be installed.

If internet access is available, you can download it by accessing Camera or if you install NVR-Pro, Active-X module will be installed together.

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Admin Tool Access ButtonAdmin Tool Access Button

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

Basic Control Key

Installation

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA b. Connection via NVR-Pro

NVR-Pro is a CMS program to connect several IP Cameras and/or Video

Servers. Once you run NVR-Pro after installing on the remotely located PC, you can monitor real-time Video/Audio on the PC by accessing to IP Camera via IP Address assigned to each IP Camera. For the access to Product by using NVR-Pro, you have to configure all required information at NVR-Pro.

For the detail, please refer to [NVR-Pro User Manual].

[ Web Viewer Connection ]

Video Crop Menu

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[ NVR-Pro ]

E-4. Initial Configuration by connecting Admin Mode

All Parameters of IP PTZ Camera is initially set as factory default. So you must change them with appropriate value to your network configuration by accessing via Admin Tool. Admin Tool Access Method is as below.

Http://[IP Address]:[HTTP Port No.]/ admin.htm

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Quick Operating Keys

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

The IR Camera supports Pelco D/P Protocols

The default setting of the IR Camera is Pelco D/P(Auto Detection) with 2400bps

(Baud rate).

[PELCO D/P PROTOCOLS]

The comprehensive feature set of the camera is available from Pelco Compatible controllers via quick operation keys as defined below.

1 ~ 64 + preset and 100 ~ 200 + preset are used for normal user presets.

Presets 65 ~ 99 + are reserved for special functions.

For Example, to enter OSD MENU, press the button 95 + Preset.

<Quick Operation Key Table 1>

Number

1 ~ 64, 100 ~ 200 + PRESET

65 + PRESET

66 + PRESET

70 + PREST

71 ~ 78 + PREST

81 ~ 88 + PREST

91 + PREST

92 + PREST

93 + PREST

94 + PREST

95 + PREST

96 + PREST

97 + PREST

98 + PREST

99 + PREST

Note

Preset

Preset Status

Auto Scan

VIB CORR

Group Tour

Pattern

Zero Position

Freeze

BLC

Day/Night

OSD

Focus Adjust

Alarm

AUX1

AUX2

Function

Executing Preset 1 ~ 64, 100 ~ 200

Display Preset Status

Executing Auto Scan

Selectable On / Off in picture Stabilization Function

Executing Group Tour #1 ~ #8

Executing Pattern #1 ~ #8

Searching Pan / Tilt Zero Position

Select Freeze image when camera is working

Selectable On / Off BLC function

Selectable Day / Night / Auto Mode

Entering OSD Main Menu

Focus adjust

Selectable Enable / Disable all alarms

Selectable On / Off Aux1

Selectable On / Off Aux2

<Quick Operation Key Table 2>

Number

Tilt Up / Down

Pan Left / Right

Focus Near

Focus Far

Zoom Tele

Zoom Wide

Function

Sub menu cursor moves up / down

Enter to the sub menu or status change or decrement

Using for enter key when user select YES or NO

Using for function changing keys when set coordinate

Status cursor to the right

Status cursor to the left

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Quick Operating Keys

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

• 65 + Preset

Preset Status is displayed, to remove this screen, Press Focus Near button.

• 92 + Preset

This feature freezes the current live image during tour, auto scan or pattern operation.

When you press 92+Preset button, the image freezes but the camera is still working as operation such as tour, pattern or auto scan.

To return to normal images, press 92+Preset button again

• This feature is operated by preset number but not included in OSD main menu.

• Due to Zoom camera module. OSD Menu not provides every feature.

In this case, “Not available” is displayed on the monitor.

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Diagnostic

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

Whenever the IR Camera is power on, a standard diagnostic is operated.

CAMERA ID

BAUD RATE

WAITING............

: 001

: 2400BPS

PAN ORIGIN

TILT ORIGIN

TX CONNECTION

CAMERA COMM

TEST OK

TEST OK

TEST OK

TEST OK

A. PAN Origin Test

Zero point of Pan is Located during the Panning test.

B. Tilt Origin Test

Zero point of Tilt is Located during the Tilt Test

C. TX Connection Test

Wait for 60 seconds for TX Connection Test.

During 60 seconds, the camera is must received a signal by any control equipment as DVR or controller.

Then OK is displayed then automatically verifying TX Connection Test

• If “Not Tested” is displayed in the test.

- The result which is not received any signal from DVR or controller.

- Wrong connecting way such as the protocol, baud rate or RS-485 connection.

The use may check the install way carefully.

D. Camera Comm. Test

Camera communication is also checked.

OK should be displayed in these four tests before installation.

If all the above Tests are OK, “NOW EEPROM CHECKING” and “ALL DATA

INITIALIZING” is displayed and the camera is ready to operate.

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OSD Menu Setting

A. OSD Menu Table

DOME SETUP

CAMERA SET

PRESET

AUTO SCAN

TOUR

PRIVACY

PATTERN

ALARM

SECTOR

EXIT

MAIN MENU

PRIVACY NO

DISPLAY

ACTION

SAVE

EXIT

PRIVACY SET

: 01

: ON/OFF

: MOVE / ADJUST

PATT NO

PATT TITLE

DATE FILL

SAVE

EXIT

PATTERN SET

: 01

: PATTERN 01

: 100%

PRESET SET

PRESET NO

PRESET ID

FREEZE ALL

SAVE

EXIT

: 01

: PRESET 01

PAN : XXX.X TITL : XX.X

FREEZE MODE : OFF

: OFF

ALARM NO

ALARM INPUT

ALARM ACT

AUX ACT

SAVE

EXIT

ALARM SET

: 01

: OFF / ON / NC

: 001

: BLK

SECTOR

SECTOR NO

SECTOR ID

: 01

: SECTOR01

SECTOR START : XXX.X.XX.X

SECTOR END : XXX.X.XX.X

SAVE

EXIT

DOME SET

CAMERA ID

HOME POS

: CAM 1

: OFF

MANUAL SPEED : 150℃

ZOOM SPEED : FAST

ALARM

LANGUAGE

[NEXT PAGE]

SAVE AND EXIT

EXIT

: DISABLE

: ENGLISH

FLICKER

SHUTTE-SPD

APERTURE

DZOOM

WB MODE

BLC

D/N MODE

DSS MODE

[NEXT PAGE]

EXIT

CAMERA SET

: OFF / ON

: 1/50

: 10

: OFF / ON

: AWB MODE

: OFF / ON[BLC / WDR]

: AUTO

: OFF / ON

HR MODE

DNR MODE

RES. MODE

CAMERA SET

: OFF / ON

: 05

: [email protected]

[PREVIOUS PAGE]

START ANGLE

END ANGLE

DIRECTION

ENDLESS

SPEED

DWELL TIME

SAVE AND EXIT

EXIT

AUTO SCAN SET

: XXX.X.XXX.X

: XXX.X.XXX.X

: CW

: OFF / ON

: 10°/S

: 03

TOUR NO

TOUR TITLE

TOUR STEP

PRESET NO

DWELL TIME

SPEED

SAVE

EXIT

TOUR SET

: 01

: TOUR 01

: 01

: BLK

: 03

: 200°/S

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IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

DOME SET

[SYSTEM SET]

SYSTEM LOCK

[PASSWORD]

[OSD DISPLAY]

[SYSTEM STATUS]

[INITIALIZATION]

[PREVIOUS PAGE]

: OFF

SYSTEM SET

FLIP STATUS : NOMAL

MOTOR TORQUE : LOW

RECOVER ORIGIN : ON

D/N LEVEL

[PREVIOUS PAGE]

: 08

TEMPERATURE : CELSIUS

OSD DISPLAY

CAMERA ID

PRESET ID

SECTOR ID

COORDINATE

[PREVIOUS PAGE]

: ON / OFF

: ON / OFF

: OFF / ON

: ON / OFF

[SYSTEM STATUS]

PROTOCOL

BAUD RATE

: PELCO D/P

: 2400BPS

FIRMWARE VER : 2.00a

UPGRADEDDATE : 11.01.11

CAMERA MODULE: EX1020

[PREVIOUS PAGE]

[INITIALIZATION]

[TOUR CLEAR]

[PRESET CLEAR]

[SECTOR CLEAR]

[PRIVACY CLEAR]

[PATTERN CLEAR]

[LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULT]

[PREVIOUS PAGE]]

OSD Menu Setting

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

To enter OSD Menu, press the button 95+Preset then OSD Main Menu is displayed.

DOME SETUP

CAMERA SET

PRESET

AUTO SCAN

TOUR

PRIVACY

PATTERN

ALARM

SECTOR

EXIT

MAIN MENU

• Use the joystick up down to move the position and left right to make selection.

B. Dome Setup

To enter dome setup, use the joystick right to move when cursor on dome setup.

DOME SET

CAMERA ID

HOME POS

: CAM 1□□□□□□□□□

: OFF

MANUAL SPEED : 150℃

ZOOM SPEED : FAST

ALARM

LANGUAGE

[NEXT PAGE]

SAVE AND EXIT

EXIT

: DISABLE

: ENGLISH

B-1. DOME SET - CAMERA ID

To set camera name, and select a title of up to 16 characters using left or right direction keys or joystick. Press ZOOM TELE button to move to the next character from left to right direction and ZOOM WIDE button to move to the next character from right to left direction. (Space displays when □ appears.)

B-2. DOME SET - HOME POS

This is for Home Position, basically, including the Recover. On ON, it would be indicated the number [Relevant function], number is for time and

[Relevant function] is that what operation product will be working on.

You can set up the time using the Joystick Left/Right, it should be showed up on the Left of Menu if you press the Focus Far Key. In case of “[ ]”, possible to change into other one as you want and come out from “[ ]” after vanish.

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IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

- Set time : 15~90 (Each 5)

- Set article : [AUTO] - RECOVER operation.

[PRST1]-[PRST8] – PRESET1 ~ PRESET8 OPERATION.

[TOUR1] ~ [TOUR8] – TOUR1 ~ TOUR8 OPERATION.

[PATT1] ~ [PATT8] – PATTERN1 ~ PATTERN8 OPERATION

[SCAN] – AUTOSCAN OPERATION.

B-3. DOME SET - MANUAL SPEED

Manual speed of Pan / Tilt is selectable from 100˚/sec up to 200˚/sec.

The default setting is 150˚/sec.

B-4. DOME SET - ZOOM SPEED

Move joystic right or left direction is selectable from SLOW ~ FAST.

The default setting is FAST.

B-5. DOME SET - ALARM

You must enable the alarms for them to operate. The default setting is disabled.

This function can be recalled by pushing 97+preset button.

B-6. DOME SET – LANGUAGE

Multiple languages are selectable here including English, Italian and Polish.

The default setting is ENGLISH.

B-7. DOME SET - [NEXT PAGE]

DOME SET

[SYSTEM SET]

SYSTEM LOCK

[PASSWORD]

[OSD DISPLAY]

[SYSTEM STATUS]

[INITIALIZATION]

[PREVIOUS PAGE]

: OFF

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IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

B-7-1. DOME SET - [NEXT PAGE] -SYSTEM SET

To enter system set, use the joystick right to move when cursor on system set.

- Flip status available and the default setting is NORMAL.

Move joystick right or left direction is for selecting NORMAL or REVERSE.

- Motor torque available and the default setting is LOW.

Move joystick right or left direction is for selecting LOW or MIDDLE or HIGH.

- Recover Origin is for correct when both of PAN and TILT are warped by impact.

On ON, it should be operated, on OFF, it's not.

- D/N Level is selectable 0 to 15. The default setting is 08.

- Temperature available and the default setting is CELSIUS.

Move joystick right or left direction is for selecting CELSIUS or FAHRENHEIT.

SYSTEM SET

FLIP STATUS : NOMAL

MOTOR TORQUE : LOW

RECOVER ORIGIN : ON

D/N LEVEL

[PREVIOUS PAGE]

: 08

TEMPERATURE : CELSIUS

B-7-2. DOME SET - [NEXT PAGE] -SYSTEM LOCK

All stored dome settings can be password protected to prevent unauthorized changes. In order to enter [PASSWORD] page, the system lock status must firstly be set as ON. The default setting is OFF.

B-7-3. DOME SET - [NEXT PAGE] -[PASSWORD].

To enter this page to set a password. move joystick or pan key in the right direction.

The password must be set by preset number from 001 to 255 (Default 99).

ENTER PASSWORD

BY ENTERING PRESET CODE

PASSWORD ***

CONFIRM ***

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Enter any number from 001~255 on the password blank area and again on the confirm blank area.

Then “CONFIRMED” is displayed on the monitor and the menu will go back to the previous age automatically.

ENTER PASSWORD

BY ENTERING PRESET CODE

PASSWORD ***

CONFIRM *** CONFIRMED

ENTER PASSWORD

BY ENTERING PRESET CODE

PASSWORD ***

CONFIRM *** NOT CORRECT

[CONFIRMED] [CANCELLED]

If you press an incorrect number between PASSWORD and CONFIRMED,

“CANCELLED” is displayed on the monitor when you press FOCUS NEAR key.

“CANCELLED” will be displayed on the monitor, it goes to previous page.

• When a password has been set, the operator must enter the correct password in order to enter OSD MAIN MENU, or to change any of the domes configuration data.

• If you set a password you must ensure that it does not get lost. If this happens the dome must be returned for workshop repair.

B-7-4. DOME SET - [NEXT PAGE] - [OSD DISPLAY]

The camera ID setting defines whether the camera OSD display is displayed or switched off.

OSD DISPLAY

CAMERA ID

PRESET ID

SECTOR ID

COORDINATE

[PREVIOUS PAGE]

: OFF

: OFF

: OFF

: ON

B-7-5. DOME SET - [NEXT PAGE] - [SYSTEM STATUS]

This page shows the information of this camera.

- Protocol and baud rate are shown due to the dip switch setting

- Firmware version and upgraded date will change if upgraded.

- Camera module is setting as follows.

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OSD Menu Setting

[SYSTEM STATUS]

PROTOCOL

BAUD RATE

: PELCO D/P

: 2400BPS

FIRMWARE VER : 2.00

UPGRADEDDATE : 11.01.11

CAMERA MODULE : EX1020

[PREVIOUS PAGE]

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

B-7-6. DOME SET - [NEXT PAGE] - [INITIALIZATION]

To clear the current settings select the item that you wish to reset back to factory defaults.

[INITIALIZATION]

[TOUR CLEAR]

[PRESET CLEAR]

[SECTOR CLEAR]

[PRIVACY CLEAR]

[PATTERN CLEAR]

[LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULT

[PREVIOUS PAGE]]

To clear the memorized data. move the joystick or pan right key until the cursor is on the required item.

TOUR CLEAR

ARE YOU SURE? YES NO

TOUR CLEAR

OSD Menu Setting

LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULT

ARE YOU SURE? YES NO

NOW EEPROM

CHECKING

ALL DATA

INITIALIZING

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

- To Clear all data and return to factory defaults, move the joystick right or press the pan light key to when the cursor is at [LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULT] to enter the next page.

- Move joystick or the pan right key so that the cursor is over YES, then press the FOCUS NEAR button.

“ALL DATA INITIALIZING” is then displayed for about 5~7 seconds and then the menu is returned to the previous page automatically.

B-8. DOME SET - SAVE AND EXIT

To saving the memorized data and escape this page, move joystick to the right direction when cursor is at SAVE AND EXIT.

B-9. DOME SET - EXIT

In order not to save any data and wants to escape this page, move joystick to the right direction when cursor is at EXIT.

Press FOCUS NEAR button when the cursor is at YES in order to clear memorized data.

Then each item such as tour, preset, and sector will flicker for about 2 ~ 3 seconds.

After this process, the menu is returned to the previous page.

• Use the above method for [PRESET CLEAR], [SECTOR CLEAR],[PRIVACY

CLEAR], [PATTERN CLEAR].

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C. Camera Set

FLICKER

SHUTT-SPD

APERTURE

DZOOM

WB MODE

BLC

D/N MODE

DSS MODE

[NEXT PAGE]

EXIT

CAMERA SET

: OFF

: 1/50

: 10

: OFF / ON

: AWB MODE

: OFF / ON[BLC / WDR]

: AUTO

: OFF / ON

CAMERA SET

HR MODE

DNR MODE

RES. MODE

[PREVIOUS PAGE]

: OFF / ON

: 05

: [email protected]

C-1. CAMERA SET - FLICKERLESS

The flickerless feature has options of 50Hz and 60Hz.

The default setting is OFF (NTSC : 60Hz / PAL : 50Hz).

The flickerless mode only needs to be set when there is a mismatch between the power frequency and camera sync rate. The default setting is OFF.

C-2. CAMERA SET - SHUTTER-SPD

It is for set up the Shutter Speed of camera.

•Default value is Auto and it can be changed into other one using the

Joystick Left/Right of Controller.

- Change to turn : Full Auto → Manual

- Auto : Changed according to light level automatically.

- Manual : It can be changed into other one using the Focus Far Key of controller and on ON the DSS (Digital Slow Shutter), it should be set up 1/1 to 1/10,000, on OFF, 1/50(1/60)~1/10,000.

C-3. CAMERA SET - APERTURE

Aperture correction enhances the picture details and sharpness by increasing the gain of the camera.

Increase the value to sharpen the image, decrease to soften it the default setting is 10. (The aperture level is from 01 ~ 15.)

C-4. CAMERA SET - D ZOOM

Digital zoom is enabled to apply when the zoom lens has reached its maximum optical zoom in capability. The default setting is OFF.

C-5. CAMERA SET - WB MODE

White balance functions has 4 modes and may need to be changed depending on the situation.

• AWB Mode : 3,200ºK to 6,500ºK (Default)

• Indoor : up to 3,200ºK

• Outdoor : up to 5,800ºK

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IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

C-6. CAMERA SET - BLC (Back Light Compensation)

From simple ON / OFF setting to user friendly BLC status indication [BLC] status with control of controller by "FOCUS FAR KEY"(" " signal appeared)

With the control of joystick on controller by LEFT / RIGHT, setting change of

[BLC] / [WDR] is available.

Setting change completed by pressing FOCUS FAR KEY.(" " signal disappeared.)

This function can be recalled by pushing 93 + Preset button.

C-7. CAMERA SET - D/N MODE

The dome camera can operate in day / night mode and will switch depending on lighting conditions. Alternatively it can be forced into color only mode.

The default setting is AUTO MODE. This function can be recalled by pushing

94 + Preset button.

C-8. CAMERA SET - DSS MODE (DIGITAL SLOW SHUTTER)

If digital slow shutter is enabled the exposure time of the camera is increased, thus allowing more light to be collected and improving low light response.

This setting should not be enabled if the dome is touring at night or fast moving objects are likely to be in the scene as smearing is also increased.

The default setting is OFF.

C-9. CAMERA SET - [NEXT PAGE] - HR MODE

Images with a high resolution can be obtained using a newly developed

DSP for improved pictur quality. The default setting is OFF.

• OFF : 530TV Lines • ON : 550TV Lines

C-9-1. CAMERA SET - [NEXT PAGE] - DNR MOED

It enables noise reduction digitally.

It sets the noise reduction rate using LEFT / RIGHT key of CONTROLLER

JOYSTICK [OFF, 1~5]. The default setting is OFF

C-9-2. CAMERA SET - [NEXT PAGE] - RES. MODE

The current resolution will be displayed on the screen.

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IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

D. Preset Set

PRESET SET

PRESET NO

PRESET ID

FREEZE ALL

SAVE

EXIT

: 01

: PRESET 01

PAN : XXX.X TITL : XX.X

FREEZE MODE : OFF

: OFF

D-1. PRESET - PRESET NO

Up to 165 preset positions are available.

Use the joystick or pan left / right keys to select the number.

D-2. PRESET - PRESET ID

To create preset titles use the joystick or pan left / light keys to navigate the menu.

The ZOOM TELE button moves to the next character from left to right and

ZOOM WIDE button moves to the next character from right to left. (Space displays when □ appears.)

D-3. PRESET - PAN : XXX.X TILT : XX.X

Preset FOCUS FAR button in order to set preset position then, use the joystick or pan left / right keys to the position where memorized preset number is needed.

Then press FOCUS FAR button again after setting a preset location.

D-4. FREEZE MODE : On Preset, you make a decision whether you get it move or stop.

On ON, Freeze Preset can be working on.

D-5. FREEZE ALL : You can set it up into ON / OFF, on ON, Freeze all should be working on.

D-6. PRESET - SAVE

Move the joystick right or press the pan right key when the cursor is at SAVE and then the cursor will be located on Preset ID for the continuous preset

No. setting.

D-7. PRESET – EXIT

To escape this page, move joystick to the right direction.

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E. Auto Scan Set

66 + Preset button is working as AUTO SCAN after setting.

START ANGLE

END ANGLE

DIRECTION

ENDLESS

SPEED

DWELL TIME

SAVE AND EXIT

EXIT

AUTO SCAN SET

: XXX.X.XXX.X

: XXX.X.XXX.X

: CW

: OFF

: 10°/S

: 03

E-1. AUTO SCAN - START ANGLE

To set the start position, press FOCUS FAR button then move the dome to the required start position. Press FOCUS FAR button again is to escape.

E-2. AUTO SCAN - END ANGLE

To set the end position, press FOCUS FAR button then move the dome to the required end position. Press FOCUS FAR button again is to escape.

E-3. AUTO SCAN - DIRECTION

Auto Scan directions are available as CW or CCW.

• CW : Clock wise direction. [Default]

• CCW : Count Clock Wise Direction.

E-4. AUTO SCAN - ENDLESS

Auto Scan can be set to endless rotation by enabling the endless option.

The default setting is OFF.

E-5. AUTO SCAN – SPEED

The scan speed can be programmed from 05°/S up to 35°/S.

The default setting is 10°/S.

E-6. AUTO SCAN - DWELL TIME

The dwell time at the start and end points can be programmed from 1 second to 30 seconds. The default setting is 03 seconds.

E-7. AUTO SCAN - SAVE AND EXIT

To save the memorized data and escape this page, move the joystick right or press the pan right key when the cursor is at SAVE AND EXIT.

E-8. AUTO SCAN - EXIT

To escape this page, move joystick to the right direction.

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IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

F. Tour Set

8 Programmable tours can be set and each tour can have up to 64 preset steps.

After setting up the tours the 71 ~ 78+Preset buttons launch group tours #1 ~ 8.

TOUR NO

TOUR TITLE

TOUR STEP

PRESET NO

DWELL TIME

SPEED

SAVE

EXIT

TOUR SET

: 001

: TOUR 01□□□□□□□□□

: 01

: 01

: 03

: 200°/S

F-1. TOUR SET - TOUR NO.

Up to 8 group tours can be programmed.

F-2. TOUR SET - TOUR TITLE

To set a tour title, use the joystick left / right or pan left / right keys.

Each title can have up to 16 characters. Press ZOOM TELE button to move the next character from left to the right and ZOOM WIDE button to move the next character from right to left. (Space displays when □ appears.) The tour title is not displayed on the monitor and is only for the reference of user.

F-3. TOUR SET - TOUR STEP

Each tour group consists of up to 60 preset steps with different dwell time and speed.

It is possible to match any preset # for any tour step.

F-4. TOUR SET- PRESET NO.

For each tour step it is possible to select any preset number up to 64.

The default setting is BLK.

F-5. TOUR SET - DWELL TIME

Dwell time can be programmed from 1-99 seconds.

The default setting is 03 seconds.

F-6. TOUR SET – SPEED

Each tour step can be set with a different speed up to 200°/S.

F-7. TOUR SET - SAVE

To save the memorized data and escape this page, move the joystick right or press the pan right key when cursor is at SAVE.

F-8. TOUR SET - EXIT

To escape this page, move joystick to the right direction.

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G. Privacy Set

8 Privacy masking zones can be set.

PRIVACY NO

DISPLAY

ACTION

SAVE

EXIT

PRIVACY SET

: 01

: OFF

: MOVE

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

G-1. PRIVACY SET - PRIVACY NO.

Up to 8 privacy masking zones can be set.

G-2. PRIVACY SET - DISPLAY

Move the joystick right or left or press pan right / left to set ON in order to show the selectable block in the center of the monitor. This block appears as a translucent square with blue color when set ON. The default setting is OFF.

G-3. PRIVACY SET - ACTION (MOVE / ADJUST)

To set the blocking area, press FOCUS FAR button when MOVE MODE is displayed.

Then use the joystick or pan keys to the user defined area in order to set the blocking area.

Then press FOCUS FAR button again to escape from Move mode.

To adjust the size of the blocking area, move the joystick or use the pan keys when the cursor is on ACTION. After it has changed to ADJUST MODE, press

FOCUS FAR button in order to adjust the size of the blocking area. The size of the blocking area can be adjusted by using joystick up / down or left / right or the pan and tilt keys.

After adjusting the size of the blocking area, press FOCUS FAR button to escape the ADJUST mode.

• ADJUST : You can change the masking size by using the joystick or pan keys.

• MOVE : You can move the masking area by using the joystick or pan keys.

(Default)

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G-4. PRIVACY SET - SAVE

After setting the privacy masking zone, to save the data, move the joystick right or pan right key when the cursor is on SAVE.

After saving the data, the cursor moves to PRIVACY NO.2 automatically to prepare for the next privacy masking zone.

G-5. PRIVACY SET – EXIT

To escape this page, move the joystick right.

H. Pattern Set

8 Programmable patterns are available with 16 characters of title.

After set the data to the each pattern #1 ~ 8, 81 ~ 88+preset buttons are working as pattern #1 ~ 8.

PATT NO

PATT TITLE

DATE FILL

SAVE

EXIT

PATTERN SET

: 01

: PATTERN 01□□□□□□□□

: 100%

H-1. PATTERN SET - PATT NO.

Up to 8 Programmable user-defined patterns are available.

H-2. PATTERN SET - PATT TITLE

To set PATTERN TITLE move Joystick left / right or use the pan keys.

Press ZOOM TELE button moves to the next character from the left / right and ZOOM WIDE button moves to the next character from the right / left.

(Space displays when □ appears.)

The pattern title is not displayed on the monitor, but only for the reference of the user.

H-3. PATTERN SET - DATA FILL

To memorize a pattern, press FOCUS FAR button in order to start the process.

The progress is shown as % filled. Press FOCUS FAR button again in order to escape.

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H-4. PATTERN SET - SAVE

To save the memorized pattern data, move the joystick right or press the pan right key when the cursor is on SAVE. Then the cursor moves to the PATT

NO.02 in order to prepare for the next pattern.

H-5. PATTERN SET - EXIT

To escape this page, move the joystick right or press the pan right key.

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OSD Menu Setting

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

I. Alarm Set

4 Alarm inputs are available and each alarm is activating to presets, group tours or patterns.

ALARM NO

ALARM INPUT

ALARM ACT

AUX ACT

SAVE

EXIT

ALARM SET

: 01

: OFF

: 001

: BLK

I-1. ALARM SET - ALARM NO.

Up to 4 alarms are selectable by using joystick right or pressing the pan right key when the cursor is on ALARM NO.

I-2. ALARM SET - ALARM INPUT

Alarm inputs can be programmed as NC (Normally Close) or NO (Normally

Open).

The default setting is OFF.

I-3. ALARM SET - ALARM ACT

Active alarms can trigger modes such as presets, Group tours 1-8, and

Patterns 1-8.

Use the joystick or pan keys to select any preset number, Group tour No.

I-4. ALARM SET - AUX ACT

You can select one of BLK (No AUX triggering) / AUX1 (triggering AUX1) /

AUX2 (triggering AUX2) and default value is BLK.

If ALARM triggers AUX, AUX will be off after 5 seconds. If many ALARMs trigger AUX port one by one, the last one will be off after 5 seconds.

I-5. ALARM SET - SAVE

After setting up the alarm features, to save the data move the joystick right or press the pan right key when the cursor is on SAVE. After saving the data, the cursor moves to Alarm NO.2 automatically to prepare for the next alarm.

I-6. ALARM SET - EXIT

To escape this page, move the joystick right or press the pan right key.

• Before activating Alarms, you must set ALARM ENABLE at DOME SET

ALARM ENABLE.

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J. Sector Set

Up to 8 programmable sectors are available with 16 characters.

This feature is useful to memory the certain location such as parking zone or so on.

SECTOR

SECTOR NO

SECTOR ID

: 01

: SECTOR01□□□□□□□□

SECTOR START : XXX.X.XX.X

SECTOR END : XXX.X.XX.X

SAVE

EXIT

J-1. SECTOR SET - SECTOR NO.

Up to 8 programmable sectors are available.

J-2. SECTOR SET - SECTOR ID

To set a SECTOR ID, use the joystick or pan left /right keys.

Press ZOOM TELE button to move to the next character from left to right and

ZOOM WIDE button to move to the next character from right to left. (Space displays when □ appears.)

J-3. SECTOR SET - SECTOR START

To set a SECTOR START position press FOCUS FAR button then move the joystick or pan keys to set the position. Press FOCUS FAR button again to escape.

J-4. SECTOR SET - SECTOR END

To set a SECTOR END position press FOCUS FAR button then move the joystick or pan keys to set the position. To press FOCUS FAR button again to escape.

J-5. SECTOR SET - SAVE

After setting the SECTOR position, to save the data move the joystick right or press the pan right key when the cursor is on SAVE. After saving the data, the cursor moves to sector No. 2 automatically to prepare for the next sector.

J-6. SECTOR SET – EXIT

To escape this page, move joystick to the right or press the pan right key.

K. Exit

To escape OSD Main Menu, move joystick to the right or left direction then this camera is ready to operate.

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DIP Switch Setting

A. ID Setting

The camera has camera ID to be controlled by controller or DVR.

After opening, set ID using DIP SW1.

• Factory default : Camera ID = 1

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

10

11

12

6

7

8

9

ID

Digit Value

1

2

3

4

5

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

SW1-#1

1

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

SW1-#2

2

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

SW1-#3

4

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

SW1-#4

8

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

SW1-#5

16

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

SW1-#6

32

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

SW1-#7

64

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

SW1-#8

128

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

247

248

249

250

251

252

243

244

245

246

253

254

255

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

040

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

DIP Switch Setting

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

B. Protocal

The 4 th

, 5 th

of DIP SW2 above are used for protocol setting.

• Factory default : Pelco-D or Pelco-P (Auto detection)

DIP SW2 - 4 th

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

DIP SW2 - 5 th

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

BAUD RATE

Pelco-D or Pelco-P

Not used

Not used

Not used

C. Baud Rate Setting

The 1 st

, 2 nd

SW of DIP SW2 above a used for BAUD RATE setting.

DIP SW can be changeable to 4,800bps, 9,600bps.

• Factory default : 2,400bps

DIP SW2 - 1 st

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

DIP SW2 - 2 nd

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

• The 3 th

, 6 th

, 7 th

of DIP SW2 are not used.

BAUD RATE

2,400bps

4,800bps

9,600bps

Not used

D. 485 Termenation

The 8 th

of DIP SW2 is used for 100Ω termination.

Set ON DIP SW2-1st of only the last looped camera from the controller.

CAM 1 CAM 2 CAM 3 CAM n

TERMINATION

SW2-1 st

ON

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Trouble Shooting

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

If you have trouble operating in your camera, refer to the fallowing.

Problem

NO OPERATION

NO PICTURE

DARK SCREEN

ABNOMAL CAMERA

OPERATION STATUS

Solution

• Check if the power supply is AC 24V.

• Check if RS-485 communication cable is connected correctly.

• Check camera ID setting.

• Check the termination.

• Check if all the cables are connected correctly.

• Check the monitor is adjusted correctly.

• Check if video signal line is cut.

• Adjust the monitor status.

• Check if the voltage level is out of the specification.

• Check the termination.

SCREEN NOT CLEAR

• Check if there is dust on a lens.

• Adjust the monitor status.

• If excessive light is seen on a screen, change the camera angle or location.

• Adjust the lens focus again.

Trouble Shooting

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

A. No Video on Viewer

Network Connection Status Check(Ping Test)

You can check the Network Connection Status by doing Ping Test.

- Start > Run > cmd > Ping IP Address (EX>ping 172.16.42.51).

- If you get the response such as “Reply from~”, Network Configuration &

Connection Status is good. Please re-try to access or refer to other trouble shooting category. (FIG. 2)

- If you get the response such as “Request timed out”, Network Configuration

& Connection Status is in problem. Please check the Network Cable and

Configuration. (FIG. 3)

FIG. 2 FIG. 3

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B. Windows vista and Windows 7 User for Record & Capture Problem

For the use of Video Recording & Capture function on NVR-Pro and Web Viewer,

Windows Vista and Windows 7 Users are required to configure “User Account

Configuration” and “Program Execution Entitlement Configuration”. If not configure, Recorded File won’t be generated or Captured Image on Web Viewer won’t be saved.

[Windows Vista Configuration]

1. User Account Configuration

1) Select “User Account” on Control Panel

2) Select “Turn User Account Control on or off”

3) Uncheck “Use User Account Control to help protect your computer”.

Trouble Shooting

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

2. Program Execution Entitlement Configuration

1) Select “NVR” icon on the wallpaper.

2) Select “Properties” menu popped up by clicking right button on Mouse.

3) Select Check Box of “Run this program as an administrator” from the compatibility Tap.

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Trouble Shooting

[Windows 7 Configuration]

1. User Account Configuration

1) Select “User Account” on Control Panel

2) Select “Change User Account Control Setting”

3) Set the Alarm Level at the lowest “Never Notify”

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

Trouble Shooting

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

2. Program Execution Entitlement Configuration

1) Select “NVR” icon on the wallpaper

2) Select “Properties” menu popped up by clicking right button on Mouse

3) Select Check Box of “Run this program as an administrator” from the compatibility Tap.

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Specification

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

Model IR IP MEGAPIXEL PTZ CAMERA

VIDEO PART

Compression Method Simultaneous Dual Codec (H.264 / MJPEG)

Resolution 1920 x [email protected]

Multi-Profile Streaming

- 3 simultaneous video profiles

- Select the codec type, resolution and frame rates for each profile.

Intelligent Bit-Rate Control CBR, VBR, HBR

PTZ Digital PTZ & video crop

Image Setting Text overlay, Privacy mask, De-interlace filter

Motion detection 3 regions

Motion tracking Intelligent motion tracking

AUDIO PART

Mono Upstream 32Kbps G.726 ADPCM ~ LINE-in / MIC-in

Mono Downstream 64Kbps u-law PCM ~ Line-out(1Vpk)

Stereo Stereo support

NETWORK

Network Protocol

- IPv4/v6, TCP, UDP, IGMP, ICMP, ICMPv6, ARP, RARP, PPPoE, RTCP

- RTP, RTSP, SDP, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, FTP, DHCP, UPnP, SNMP

- NTP, DNS, DynDNS, SOCKS

Dynamic IP Supported

Security

- User ID & Password protection, IP address filtering

- HTTPS encryption, Digest Authentication, User Access Log

EXTERNAL TERMINALS

LAN 10/100BaseT LAN (auto MDIX)

Analog Output 1 channel D1 CVBS output of the encoding video

RS-485 RS-485 for external PTZ device

Alarm Input / Output Alarm I/O (4 Sensor input & 2 Relay output)

Factory Reset Supported

Other Two Stereo Jack / RS-232 Debug / 12V DC in

CLIENT SOFTWARE

NVR-Pro Bundle Software

SYSTEM INTEGRATION

Intelligent Video Motion Detection + IVS Module(Option)

Alarm Triggers Intelligent Video + Sensor Input

Alarm Events Video File Upload(FTP), Still Image(E-mail), PTZ Presets, Relay Output

Video Buffer 5 ~ 15 sec Pre-alarm & 10 sec Post-alarm (E-mail, FTP), 10 ~ 60 sec (SD Memory) Post - alarm

PTZ Control 64 presets, tour, PTZ control queue

OPERATION ITEMS

Interface Ethernet Injector & Surge Suppressor, 5 port High Power PoE Switch

Local Storage SD Card

Keyboard Controller TB-CN3R1

Braciet TB-105, TB-106, TB-304R, TB-305R, TB-307, TB-308, TB-311R

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Specification

IR IP MG PTZ CAMERA

Model IR IP MEGAPIXEL PTZ CAMERA

PAN/TILT

Pan Rotation Angle 0° ~ 360°Endless

Pan Speed Manual : 0.1~200°/sec (64step), Preset : MAX 300°/sec

Tilt Rotation Angle 0° ~ 360°Endless

Tilt Speed Manual : 0.1~200°/sec (64step), Preset : MAX 300°/sec

System Accuracy 0.009°

FUNCTION

Preset 165 Positions (Freeze Preset and AF / MF Preset abailable)

Group Tour Max. 8 Programmable group tour (each one consisting of up to 60 preset steps with different steps)

Auto Scan Programable Auto Scan

Pattern 8 Programmable Patterns (total 480 seconds)

Sector 8 Selectable Sectors with 16 characters

Home Position (Recover) Yes (Auto(recvoer) / Preset / Tour / Pettern / Scan / OFF)

Password Protection Yes

Privacy Zone 8

Image Stabilizer No

Recover Origin Yes

WDR (SSDR) Yes

DNR (SSNR) Yes

DSS On / Off

BLC On / Off

HLC N/A

Day & Night Auto / Day / Night

Shutter Speed AUTO / 1/1 ~ 1/25(DSS ON), 1/50 ~ 1/10000

Flickerless On / Off

Alarm Input 4 alarms (with various programmable states)

Alarm Actions Activate preset, Group Tour, Pattern or Relay output per alarm input

Aux Output 2 Relay

Auto Flip Yes (Digital Flip)

OSD Menu Yes

Communication RS - 485

Protocol Pelco D/P

IR Mode Visual Distance : 50m

POWER

Power Consumption AC 24V 2.5A MAX 60W (With Heater)

Power Supply AC 24V 50/60Hz 3A (With Heater)

OTHERS

Construction Aluminum die casting

Motor Type Stepping motor (2 Phase)

Micro Steps 1/16 Micro Step

Storage Temperature -20ºC ~ 60ºC (-4ºF ~ 140ºF)

Operating Temperature

-30°C ~ 50°C (-40ºF ~ 122ºF) 100% humidity.

The first start-up camera from storage condition over 0ºC (32ºF)(No Heater)

Certifications CE, FCC, IP68

CAMERA MODULE

Image Sensor 1/2.8 Type Exmor CMOS Sensor

Resolution 1920 x 1080p 30fps

Lens 20x F1.6 ~ F3.5 / f=4.7mm to 94mm

Color Mode

0.5Lux(High Sensitivity mode ON/DSS OFF) / 1.7Lux(High Sensitivity mode OFF/DSS OFF)

0.08Lux(High Sensitivity mode ON/DSS ON) / 0.26Lux(High Sensitivity mode OFF/DSS ON)

Min.

Illumination

ICR-ON Mode

0.095Lux(High Sensitivity mode ON/DSS OFF)

0.3Lux(High Sensitivity mode OFF/DSS OFF) / 0.005Lux(High Sensitivity mode ON/DSS ON)

Luminance S/N Ratio More than 50dB

Video Output CVBS 75Ω Terminated

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Dimension

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Memo

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