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12X SPEED DOME CAMERA
User Manual
SCP-3120/3120V/3120VH
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12X SPEED DOME CAMERA
User Manual
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Warranty
If the product does not operate properly in normal conditions, please let us know. Samsung
Techwin will resolve the problem for free of charge. The warranty period is 3 years. However, the
followings are excluded:
y If the system behaves abnormally because you run a program irrelevant to the system
operation.
y Deteriorated performance or natural worn-out in process of time
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safety information
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.
WARNING
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
• To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance
with the installation instructions.
• Use only the 24V, 60Hz AC adaptor for power supply.
WARNING
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specified in the specification sheet.
Using any other adapter could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to the product.
2. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause explosion, fire,
electric shock, or damage to the product.
3. Do not connect multiple cameras to a single adapter. Exceeding the capacity may
cause abnormal heat generation or fire.
4. Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. Insecure connection may
cause fire.
5. When installing the camera, fasten it securely and firmly. The fall of camera may cause
personal injury.
6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal parts, etc.) or
containers filled with water on top of the camera. Doing so may cause personal injury
due to fire, electric shock, or falling objects.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
safety information
7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. Doing so may cause fire or
electric shock.
8. If any unusual smells or smoke come from the unit, stop using the product. In such
case, immediately disconnect the power source and contact the service center.
Continued use in such a condition may cause fire or electric shock.
9. If this product fails to operate normally, contact the nearest service center. Never
disassemble or modify this product in any way. (SAMSUNG is not liable for problems
caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.)
10. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product. Doing so may
cause fire or electric shock
11. Do not expose the product to the direct airflow from an air conditioner.
Otherwise, it may cause moisture condensation inside the Clear Dome due to
temperature difference between internal and external of the dome camera.
12. If you install this product in a low-temp area such as inside a cold store, you must seal
up the wiring pipe with silicon, so that the external air can not flow inside the housing.
Otherwise, external high, humid air may flow inside the housing, pooling moisture or
vapor inside the product due to a difference between internal and external temperature.
CAUTION
1. Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong blows to it. Keep away from a
location subject to excessive vibration or magnetic interference.
2. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 50°C), low temperature
(below -10°F), or high humidity. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
3. If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off the power and
then move or reinstall it.
4. Remove the power plug from the outlet when there is a lighting storm. Neglecting to do
so may cause fire or damage to the product.
5. Keep out of direct sunlight and heat radiation sources. It may cause fire.
6. Install it in a place with good ventilation.
7. Avoid aiming the camera directly towards extremely bright objects such as sun, as this
may damage the CCD image sensor.
8. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
9. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any
time.
10. When using the camera outdoors, moisture may occur inside the camera due to
temperature difference between indoors and outdoors. For this reason, it is
recommended to install the camera indoors. For outdoor use, use the camera with
built-in fan and heater.
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This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions :
1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) This device must accept any interference received including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
CAUTION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in
a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area
is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
IC Compliance Notice
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference.-Causing Equipment Regulations of ICES-003.
Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its electronic accessories
(e.g. charger, headset, USB cable) should not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their
working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal,
please separate these items from other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to promote the sustainable
reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government
office, for details of where and how they can take these items for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract.
This product and its electronic accessories should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
Correct disposal of batteries in this product
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate battery return systems.)
This marking on the battery, manual or packaging indicates that the batteries in this product should not be
disposed of with other household waste at the end of their working life. Where marked, the chemical symbols
Hg, Cd or Pb indicate that the battery contains mercury, cadmium or lead above the reference levels in EC
Directive 2006/66. If batteries are not properly disposed of, these substances can cause harm to human health
or the environment.
To protect natural resources and to promote material reuse, please separate batteries from other types of waste
and recycle them through your local, free battery return system.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
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FCC STATEMENT
important safety instructions
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1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
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8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug.
A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified
by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is
used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination
to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for
long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus
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INTRODUCTION
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INSTALLING YOUR CAMERA
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INTERFACE SYMBOLS
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Features
Components and
Accessories
Component names and functions
How to Set Up Protocols
and ID DIP Switches
Communication Protocol
DIP Switch Settings (SW2)
Camera ID DIP Switch
Settings (SW1)
Preparing Adapter and
Cables (Sold Separately)
Preparing and Installing
Camera Bracket
Installation Examples
On-Ceiling Mount Type
Installation Example
Flush Mount Type
Installation Example
SCP-3120V (Ceiling Mount)
SCP-3120V (mount onto the
optimal adaptor)
SCP-3120VH
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Operating Your Camera
OSD Commands, Function
Chart, and Menu Controls
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OSD Menu Chart
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OPERATING YOUR CAMERA
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FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
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Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password setting
Status
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Troubleshooting
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Product specifications
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
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DIMENSIONS
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introduction
FEATURES
• Versatile protocols and coaxial communication
RS-485, Coaxial communication methods are supported.
- RS-485 (10 protocols) : Samsung-T, Pelco (D / P), Samsung-E, Panasonic, Honeywell,
AD, Vicon, GE, BOCSH
- Coaxial Communications: Pelco Coaxitron (automatic detection)
• Wide Range Auto Security Functions
- Multiple Preset Function Saving : Up to 13 camera image properties can be saved
individually to provide high quality pictures.
- Image Holding : When moving between presets in Group and Tour functions, using
this Preset Freeze function holds the image status and helps reduce visual fatigue.
- PTZ Trace : Patterns operated with the joystick can be saved and replayed by users.
- Swing : Using the Swing function commands the camera to move between 2 selected
locations, monitoring the route.
- Group Search : Maximum 128 Preset positions are toured in order.
- Tour Search : Maximum 6 Group Search functions are toured in order.
• Digital Flip
The Digital Flip function is useful to monitor moving objects or people passing directly
under the camera. When an object or a person passes directly under the camera, its tilt
motor follows the object or person over 100 degrees to the other side of the tilt area
without panning. The screen inversion starts to occur at 100 degrees or higher is digitally
adjusted.
• Smart P/T
The Smart P/T function automatically adjusts the control speed of the Pan and Tilt
functions according to the current zoom ratio. It is useful to adjust the functions manually
for detailed controls when monitoring at high zoom ratios.
• Day & Night
With its daytime & nighttime switch and Sens-Up functions based on the ICR (Infrared
Cut filter Removal) method, the camera provides high quality pictures regardless of
whether it is day or night.
* Sens-Up increases the CCD sensitivity by electrically extending the camera’s exposure
time.
* Day & Night enables you to select between color and B/W modes depending on the
lighting conditions.
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INTRODUCTION
• A/F 12X Optical Zoom
The built-in 12X optical zoom lens with auto-focus is combined with a 16x digital zoom,
providing a maximum of 192x zoom.
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• OSD (On Screen Display)
The camera IDs, camera preset numbers, preset names, area names, and camera
operation status are displayed on the monitor, allowing set up of various camera
functions through the OSD menu screen.
• Preset Position Saving and Loading
Up to 255 preset positions can be set. Using this function saves and brings up the
camera feed of a selected monitoring location.
• XDR (eXtended Dynamic Range)
For images with high contrast between bright and dark Areas from difficult lighting
conditions such as backlighting, this camera selectively illuminates darker Areas while
retaining the same light level for brighter Areas to even out the overall brightness.
• Area Masking
If a monitoring location includes a highly private area, the area can be selectively masked
on the screen.
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COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES
INTRODUCTION
❖ SCP-3120
12X SPEED DOME CAMERA
User Manual
SCP-3120/3120V/3120VH
Body
User Guide
Mount Braket
7Pin Terminal Block
8Pin Terminal Block
BNC Cable
Screw(M4x20, 4ea)
Template
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introduction
❖ SCP-3120V
12X SPEED DOME CAMERA
User Manual
SCP-3120/3120V/3120VH
Body
User Guide
7Pin Terminal Block
8Pin Terminal Block
BNC Cable
Screws/Plastic Anchor/Wrench
❖ SCP-3120VH
12X SPEED DOME CAMERA
User Manual
Body
SCP-3120/3120V/3120VH
User Guide
7Pin Terminal Block
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8Pin Terminal Block
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BNC Cable
Wrench
Accessories
The following items are sold separately from the camera.
INTRODUCTION
SBP-300HM Hanging Mount
SBP-300CM Ceiling Mount
SBP-300WM Wall Mount
SBP-300LM Parapet Mount
SBP-300KM Corner Mount
SBP-300PM Pole Mount
- This camera is designed to be mounted onto the ceiling, and you can use one of the
following adaptors for installation purposes according to the installation site.
(Note that you should follow the applicable instructions for each mounting adaptor.)
• Used to Mount the Camera(SCP-3120/3120V) onto the ceiling : Hanging Mount +
Ceiling Mount
• Used to Mount the Camera(SCP-3120VH) onto the ceiling : Ceiling Mount
• Used to Mount the Camera(SCP-3120/3120V) onto the wall : Hanging Mount +
Wall Mount
• Used to Mount the Camera(SCP-3120VH) onto the wall : Wall Mount
• Used to Mount “the Wall Mount” onto a cylindrical pillar : Pole Mount
• Used to Mount “the Wall Mount” onto a corner of the wall : Corner Mount
※ For SCP-3120/3120V, above products are available only if the hanging mount is
attached to the camera.
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introduction
COMPONENT NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
SCP-3120
❖ Front
❖
❖ Side
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❖ Bottom
Screw Hole
Communication Setup
Switch
ID Setup Switch
Video/Communication/
Power
Alarm
M
For the DIP switch settings, please refer to the “Installing Your Camera” on Page 19.
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INTRODUCTION
SCP-3120V
❖ Front
❖ Side
❖ Bottom
Communication Setup
Switch
ID Setup Switch
Video/Communication/
Power
Alarm
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COMPONENT NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
SCP-3120VH
❖ Front
❖ Side
❖ Bottom
Communication Setup
Switch
ID Setup Switch
Video/Communication/
Power
Alarm
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Camera Wiring Interface Board
Alarm
Video Controller Power Supply
Controller & Auxiliary Signal Connection
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Name
2.COM
2.NO
1.COM
1.NO
1.NC
GND
IN1
IN2
Usage
Alarm Output 2 (Common)
Alarm Output 2 (Normal Open)
Alarm Output 1 (Common)
Alarm Output 1 (Normal Open)
Alarm Output 1 (Normal Open)
Ground
Alarm Input Sensor Terminal 1
Alarm Input Sensor Terminal 2
Power, Video & Communication Signal Connection
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Name
VIDEO
GND
485+
485FG
AC
AC
Usage
Video Output
Ground
Controller Data Line
Controller Data Line
Field Ground
AC 24V
AC 24V
* The provided BNC cable’s blue line is Video Output, while the black line is the Ground.
* Power supply adaptor (AC) has no polarities.
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INTRODUCTION
For the camera wiring, please refer to the picture below. The camera's wiring interface
board is fitted to the housing, this is sold separately. (When using coaxial
communication, a separate control signal connection is not required.)
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Camera Wiring Interface Board
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Control Signal Connection
· RS485 Communications
Camera
Controller
or DVR
485+
485-
R+/RX+
R-/RX-
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The maximum power capacity of the built-in relay is 30V DC/2A, 125V AC/0.5A, and
250V AC/0.25A.
 Connecting the power connector and GND incorrectly to the NC/NO and COM ports
may cause a short circuit and fire, damaging the camera.
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HOW TO SET UP PROTOCOLS AND ID DIP SWITCHES
Camera ID DIP Switch(SW1)
Communication Protocol DIP Switch(SW2)
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INSTALLING YOUR CAMERA
You can control various settings of the camera system using the Communication and ID
DIP switches. Before installing the product, please set up the DIP switches according to
the installation environment.
1. Detach the camera frame from the install base, and place the bottom of the frame
toward you as shown in the picture below.
2. Set the switches according to your installation environment. For more detailed setup
information, please refer to the chart on the next page.
3. The camera may malfunction if the switches are not fully turned On/Off; please double
check the switches before finishing setup.
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COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL DIP SWITCH
SETTINGS (SW2)
* Coaxial communication automatically detects signals, and so does not require a
separate communication setup process.
ON
ON
OFF
SW2 Pin No.
1~4
5~6
7
8
Purpose
Protocol Settings
Baud Rate Settings
Response Mode Settings
Termination Settings
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SW2
❖ Protocol Settings
Select a communication protocol for the camera
No
1
2
3
4
5
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7
8
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10
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Protocol
AUTO DETECT
Samsung-T
Pelco-D
Pelco-P
Samsung-E
Panasonic
Vicon
Honeywell
AD
GE
BOSCH
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
SW2-#1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
SW2-#2
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
SW2-#3
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
SW2-#4
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
❖ Baud Rate Settings
Select the transfer speed of a selected communication protocol.
No.
1
2
3
4
Baud Rate(BPS)
2,400
4,800
9,600
19,200
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SW2-#5
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
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SW2-#6
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
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❖ Communication Response Settings
❖ Termination Settings
To prevent the attenuation of communication signals between the camera and
controller, the items at the end of line must be set up with the termination settings.
Camera Input Position
Termination of Longest Path
On the Path
SW2- #8
ON
OFF
* This model is provided with factory defaults of all DIP switches set to OFF. The default
settings are shaded in the table.
M
To use a third party controller with this product, please contact our After-Sales Service
or Technology Department.
 Controls Using Different Protocols
AD Protocol
VICON Protocol
GE Protocol
Entering Camera OSD
3+Auxilary ON
IRIS OPEN
IRIS OPEN
Exiting Camera OSD
3+Auxilary OFF
IRIS CLOSE
IRIS CLOSE
ENTER
IRIS OPEN
IRIS OPEN
IRIS OPEN
ESC
IRIS CLOSE
IRIS CLOSE
IRIS CLOSE
ö Control with the SSC-5000 Controller
Protocol
Enter
Samsung-T
Focus Far
Samsung-E
Iris Open/Focus Far
Esc
Focus Near
Iris Open/Focus Near
 Note that LCD monitor does not switch to OSD mode and the Joystick will not provide
Enter operation, when using the OSD menu with Samsung-E protocol.
CAMERA ID DIP SWITCH SETTINGS (SW1)
To set up camera IDs, refer to the “Camera ID Chart” next.
ON
ON
OFF
SW1
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INSTALLING YOUR CAMERA
Select a communication response method for the camera and controller: Response or
No Response.
Function
ON
OFF
SW2- #7
Response Mode Switch
Response
No Response
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❖ Camera ID Chart
ID
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2
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12
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15
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17
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21
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25
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SW1-#1
ON/OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
SW1-#2
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
SW1-#3
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
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SW1-#4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
SW1-#5
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
SW1-#6
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
SW1-#7
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
SW1-#8
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
SW1-#1
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SW1-#2
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
SW1-#3
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
SW1-#4
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
SW1-#5
OFF
OFF
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installing your camera
PREPARING ADAPTER AND CABLES (SOLD SEPARATELY)
P
- Power Adapter
Power adapter has the capacity AC24V 1.0A(SCP-3120)/2.5A(SCP-3120V/VH).
F
e
·
- Video Cable
The camera's video output port is connected to the monitor with a BNC coaxial cable,
shown below : If the distance between the camera and the monitor exceeds the
recommended maximum, please use an auxiliary video amp.
Distance
300m
450m
600m
M
Recommended Cable Specification
4C2V(RG-59/U)
5C2V(RG-6/U)
7C2V(RG-11/U)
If the camera is controlled through coaxial communication, please use a video amp
intended for coaxial communications. Regular video amps do not transfer coaxial
signals.
- Communications Cable
For the camera to communicate with the controller,
a RS-485 communications line is required. To
ensure the quality of long distance communication
and the accuracy of the overall communication it is
recommended using a twisted pair cable such as
UTP.
J
M
Depending on the camera’s environment, the communications distance may vary.
Power Adapter, Video cable and communications cable are not provided in this
product’s package.
28_ installing your camera
)
PREPARING AND INSTALLING CAMERA BRACKET
· Camera Wiring Diagram
RS-485
1
2
... 16
RS-485
1
2
... 16
Coaxial
Communication
1
2
... 16
Coaxial
Communication
1
2
... 16
CONTROLLER (SUB)
CONTROLLER (MAIN)
CONTROL LINE
VIDEO LINE
CONTROL/VIDEO
LINE
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INSTALLING YOUR CAMERA
For the installation guidelines for the brackets and housings, refer to the user’s manual
enclosed with the bracket or housing that is sold separately.
installing your camera
INSTALLATION EXAMPLES
O
- The pictures below show the front view of the camera installed with a wall or flush
bracket. For more instructions on installing the camera, please refer to the following
guidelines.
1
2
Ceiling
Wall Mount Type Installation
30_ installing your camera
Flush Mount Type Installation
ON-CEILING MOUNT TYPE INSTALLATION EXAMPLE
M
Do not connect the camera to a power outlet until the installation is complete.
Supplying power in the middle of the installation may cause fire or damage the
product.
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INSTALLING YOUR CAMERA
1. Attach Template
Attach the template on the ceiling, facing the “Front” mark to the main monitoring
direction. Drill a hole in the ceiling according to the 60 mm diameter hole marked on the
template, and then drop the camera cables down through the hole.
2. Mount Bracket
Using the 4 screws, install the mount brackets on the ceiling, matching its directional
guides with those of the template.
installing your camera
3. Assemble Camera & Bracket
- Cameras on the sides 'Align The Arrow' triangle corner mount bracket and the arrow
shows a match to match.
- Insert the mount bracket to the matching holes in the camera, and then turn the
camera clockwise.
Mount Bracket
Alingn The Arrow
4. Secure the Camera
Match the screw holes in the camera and mount bracket, and then fasten with the
screw.
Screw Hole
32_ installing your camera
5
6
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INSTALLING YOUR CAMERA
5. Connect Cables
Connect each camera cable to the proper terminals on the bottom of the camera. For
more detailed instructions, please refer to Page 17:“Camera Wiring Interface Board”.
6. Camera DIP Switch Setup
DIP switches for communication and ID setup are located on the bottom of the camera.
For more instructions, please refer to Page 20.
installing your camera
FLUSH MOUNT TYPE INSTALLATION EXAMPLE
3
1. Drill Hole on the Ceiling
Attach the template, and then drill a hole according to the 120 mm diameter hole
marked on the template. Drop down the camera cables through the hole. Drill another
small hole for a screw to secure the camera.
4
2. Exiting Camera OSD
Rotate the dome cover counterclockwise to detach it from the camera.
34_ installing your camera
3. Detach the Mount Housing
Remove the 3 screws, and then detach the mount housing from the camera.
INSTALLING YOUR CAMERA
4. Connect Cables & Camera Setup
Connect each camera cable to the proper terminals on the bottom of the camera (Refer
to Page 17: “Camera Wiring Interface Board”). Configure the DIP switches on the
bottom of the camera for communication and ID (Refer to Page 20).
English English _ 35
installing your camera
5. Install Camera
Install Camera Fit the camera to the hole on the ceiling, and then secure the camera
using 3 Product-enclosed Fixture Screws (M4x20).
S
1
Ceiling
Screw
Screw
6. Assemble Dome Cover
Assemble Dome Cover Insert the grooves on the dome cover into ones on the camera,
and then turn clockwise to fasten.
Ceiling
36_ installing your camera
2
1. Use the provided L-shaped wrench to remove the surface mount by loosening 4
screws counter clockwise.
surface
body
screw
2. Drill holes (5 mm in diameter and at least 35 mm in depth for each) for the screws (x4)
to be inserted in the bottom of the surface mount, and insert the provided plastic
anchor (HUD5) to the end.
Insert the cables into the cable hole, and fix the SCREW-TAPPING (TH M4xL30) to the
plastic anchor that was inserted in the hole for fixing the surface mount. (x4)
SURFACE MOUNT
English English _ 37
INSTALLING YOUR CAMERA
,
SCP-3120V (CEILING MOUNT)
installing your camera
3. Connect the safety wire (attached to the camera) to the surface mount as shown. Then,
arrange the cables. (For more information about the wiring, refer to "Camera Wiring
Interface Board(17 Page)".)
S
1
2
SAFETY-WIRE
4. Arrange the cables inside the surface mount so that they should not be entangled or
stuck in, and align the guide rib of the camera with that of the surface mount. Use the
L-shaped wrench to tighten the screws (x4) so that the camera is secured to the
mount. To ensure waterproofness, take caution lest that the outer gasket should get
loose or be stuck in.
Guide Rib of SURFACE
MOUNT
SURFACE MOUNT
Guide-Rib of MAINFRAME
SCREW
MAIN-FRAME
GASKET
38_ installing your camera
3
,
SCP-3120V (MOUNT ONTO THE OPTIMAL ADAPTOR)
3. Repeat step 3 through step 4 in "Ceiling Mount" above to complete the installation.
E
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INSTALLING YOUR CAMERA
1. Follow step 1 in "Ceiling Mount" above and remove the surface mount.
2. Insert the cables into the cable hole on the surface mount and fix them to SBP-300HM
(HANGING MOUNT) using SCREW-MACHINE (BH, M4xL10, x4).
installing your camera
3
SCP-3120VH
1. Use the provided L-shaped wrench to loosen 4 screws counter clockwise, which will
help removing the housing.
HOUSING
MAIN-FRAME
SCREW
SCREW
2. Fix the housing to the NP 1.5" tapped pipe, wall mount (SBP-300WM) or ceiling mount
(SBP-300CM) by turning it clockwise. For waterproofness and lock between the two
component parts, use the Teflon tape to wrap them around.
PIPE or MOUNT
PIPE or MOUNT
NP 1.5' TAP
HOUSING
40_ installing your camera
HOUSING
4
SAFETY WIRE
SAFETY WIRE
4. Arrange the cables inside the housing lest they be damaged or stuck in, and use the Lshaped wrench to tighten 4 screws to the housing. To ensure waterproofness, this step
needs your special care. Otherwise, the gasket on the outer side of the product may be
loose or just stuck in.
HOUSING
MAIN-FRAME
GASKET
SCREW
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INSTALLING YOUR CAMERA
3. Secure the safety wire (attached to the product) to the housing as shown. (For details
about the cable connection, refer to the "Camera Wiring Interface Board" section in this
manual.)
interface symbols
• Motion Detection Standby/Operation Display :
- When in standby mode, the " " in the upper right of the screen blinks and then
changes to " " if motion is detected.
• Alarm Input Port Status Display :
- "①","②" in the upper right of the screen blink.
• Current Alarm Port Display According to Input Alarm Ports(Priority) :
- Only one of " ➊"," ➋" in the upper right of the screen blinks.
• Preset Number Display Settings :
- '*' : If a preset number is already available
- 'H' : If a preset location is the camera’s home position
• If an OSD Menu has Sub Menus :
- " " displays at the end of the menu.
• If an OSD Menu Does Not Have Sub Menus :
- No symbol appears at the end of the menu.
• PTZ Function Screen :
Motion Detect
Alarm Input
➊①②
ID=001
Area Display
•
O
•
•
•
Area1 Area Name
❋
Sequence Status
Preset Info
G-SEQ1
PRESET=001 Preset Name
P:300 T:040 10X
T
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c
• Preset Number Setting Screen :
Preset Edit
Preset=011* (1~255)
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O
C
• OSD Menu Screen :
Sub Menu Not Available
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
ATW(IN)
-----
OPERATING YOUR CAMERA
• Panning and Tilting
- Use the joystick of the controller or its direction buttons.
• Controlling Zoom
- Move the joystick clockwise (Tele) or counterclockwise (Wide), or use the zoom
buttons.
• Accessing Screen Menus
- Press the Menu or OSD button on the controller.
❋ For more detailed information about controls using a third party controller or a DVR, refer
to the user’s manual of the product.
OSD COMMANDS, FUNCTION CHART, AND MENU
CONTROLS
This dome camera can be operated using two methods: Using hot keys on its dedicated
controller, or accessing the OSD (On Screen Display) on the video output. The OSD menu
commands are as follows:
Command
Move the joystick up/
down/left/right
Enter/Focus Far
ESC/Focus Near
Function
Moves the OSD menus up/down/left/right, respectively.
Selects a menu and allows access to the sub menus.
Cancels a command and moves back to an upper-level menu.
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INTERFACE SYMBOLS
Camera Setting
Sub Menu Available
operating your camera
OSD MENU CHART
P1
P2
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
Exposure
Camera Setting
Back Light
AGC
DNR
XDR
Day/Night
Others
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P3
P4
P5
Focus Mode
AUTO/MANUAL/ONESHOT
Digital Zoom
OFF/2X/3X/4X/5X/…/16X
ATW(IN)/ATW(OUT)
AWC
Red
0~255
Manual
Blue
0~255
Brightness
0~64
AUTO
Iris
MANUAL
Iris Value(0~64)
OFF
Shutter
A.FLK
MANUAL
Shutter Speed
OFF
Sens-Up
Sens-up Limit
Auto
2X/4X…512X
OFF
Limit
LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH
WDR
Level
1~18
BLC
Up/Down/Left/Right/Increase/Decrease
OFF/LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH
MANUAL
AGC Level
1~16
OFF/LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH
OFF/LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH
Auto
Mode
Color
BW
Burst ON/OFF
Dwell Time
2/3/5/10/15/20/25/30 SEC
INTERNAL
Sync
Line Lock Phase
LINE LOCK
0~359
Sharpness
0~3
Freeze
ON/OFF
Stabilizer
ON/OFF
VPS
ON/OFF
S
S
S
S
(
P
P1
P2
Sequence
Setting
H
Sequence
Setting
(Preset Edit)
P/T Setting
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OPERATING YOUR CAMERA
P3
P4
P5
Setting/Edit/Home Position/Execute/Clear/Status
Pan Swing
Setting/Execute/Clear
Swing SEQ.
Tilt Swing
Setting/Execute/Clear
P&T Swing
Setting/Execute/Clear
Group SEQ.
Group1~6
Setting/Execute/Clear
Tour SEQ.
Setting/Execute/Clear
PTZ Trace
Trace1~4
Replay/Replay Once/Memorize/Clear
OFF
SCHEDULE
Sunday~Saturday
AutoPan Speed/Tilt
A.PAN
Angle
TRACE
Trace(1~4)
Mode
TOUR
Auto Run
GROUP
Group No(1~6)
Swing Mode
SWING
(PAN,TILT,P/T)
PRESET
Preset No(1~128)
HOME
Time
5~30(SEC), 1~5(MIN)
Power On Resume ON/OFF
Motion
OFF/DETECTION/TRACKING
Advanced
OFF/ FIXED/MOVED
Motion Det.
Display
OFF/ON
Sensitivity
1~7
Resolution
1~5
The rest of the installation steps are the same as in the camera setting section.
Position
Pan Limit
Activation
ON/OFF
Position
Tilt Limit
Activation
ON/OFF
Area Name
Area Setting
Area1~8
Position
Activation
ON/OFF
Activation(OFF/ON),
Mask Set
MASK1~12
Edit
Area Masking
Position
Style
MOSAIC1~4/GRAY
Prop.P/T
ON/OFF
Digital Flip
ON/OFF
Preset
operating your camera
P1
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
P2
Image Hold
Jog Speed
Max Speed Level
Camera ID
P3
P4
P5
ON/OFF
Manual/10/20/30/40/50/60
1/2/3/4/5/6/7
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Camera Name
Edit
Camera Name
Preset Number
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Preset Name
Edit
Seq. Status
ON/OFF
Area Name
ON/OFF
PTZ Position
ON/OFF
ENGLISH/CHINESE/FRENCH/GERMAN/SPANISH/ITALIAN/
Language
PORTUGUES/KOREAN
On/Off
ON/OFF
Direction
Set North Dir.
Set North Direction
Display
ON/OFF
Date Format
Others
Set Date
Clock Setting
Time Format
Set Time
Calibration
(+/-)SEC/DAY
Alarm Enable
ON/OFF
In1
MOD:NC/NO/OFF, P:1~2
Alarm Input
SEQ:OFF/HOME/PRESET/SWING/GROUP/
In2
TOUR/TRACE/A.PAN
Setting 1~2
1,2,MD,AUX
OFF/MOMENTARY
Alarm Output
Timer 1~2
1~60(Sec),
ON
1~60(Min)
Out Off 1~2
OFF
MD Dwell Time
ON
1~60(Sec), 1~60(Min)
Power On Reset
Cancel/Execute
Factory Default Set Cancel/Execute
Camera Default Set Cancel/Execute
OFF
Auto Refresh
ON
1~7Day(s)
On/Off
ON/OFF
Edit Password
Old Pwd/New Pwd
Status
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f
C
functional description
CAMERA SETTING
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
Zoom/Focus Settings
Focus Mode and Digital Zoom Setting Menu
► Main Menu/Camera Setting/Zoom/Focus
• Focus Mode :
- AUTO : Performs continuous auto-focus.
- MANUAL : Changes the camera mode to
Manual Focus.
- ONESHOT : Auto-focuses the camera once
after the Pan, Tilt, or Zoom
function is used.
• Digital Zoom :
Enables the maximum digital zoom.
Setting the digital zoom to 16X provides a
total zoom of 192X.
M
Unlike the optical zoom, the graphics quality of
the digital zoom decreases as its zoom ratio
increases.
 The auto-focus function may not operate
normally under the following conditions :
- When background illumination is low
- While Slow-Shutter is in operation
- If the zoom level is set too high
- When background illumination is too high
- If a long distance object and a close distance
object appear together within a monitoring area
- If there is no contrast, e.g. Ceiling or a wall
- If the camera is facing a thin horizontal line
 Auto Focus focuses on an object in the center of
the screen; objects around the screen edges
may not be properly in focus.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
ATW(IN)
Exposure
Back Light
OFF
AGC
---
DNR
MEDIUM
XDR
OFF
Day/Night
Others
Zoom/Focus
Focus Mode
ONESHOT
Digital Zoom
OFF
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functional description
White Balance
► Main Menu/Camera Setting/White Balance
The White Balance menu adjusts the balance of the
screen colors under different lighting conditions.
- ATW(IN) : Adjusts the screen color to be optimal
in an indoor environment.
(Operating Temperature: about
2,500°K ~ about 9,300°K )
- ATW(OUT) : Automatically adjusts the screen
color to be optimal in bright
outdoors environments. (Operating
Temperature: about 2,000°K ~
about 10,000°K)
- AWC : Adjusts the screen color to be optimized
to the current lighting and monitor
conditions. Using this setting may require
an readjustment if the lighting conditions
changes.
- MANUAL : Enables customization of the Red
and Blue gains.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
ATW(IN)
Exposure
Back Light
OFF
AGC
---
DNR
MEDIUM
XDR
OFF
Day/Night
Others
M White Balance may not work properly under the following conditions.
 When the color temperature of the environment surrounding the subject is out of the
control range.
 When the ambient illumination of the subject is dim.
 If the camera is directed towards a fluorescent light or is installed in a place where
illumination changes dramatically, White Balance adjustments may not deliver
consistent results.
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Exposure
• Brightness :
Adjusts the screen brightness.
(Over 32: Brighter, Under 32: Darker)
It may not fully operable under extremely low lighting
condition.
• Iris :
- AUTO : Automatically adjusts the exposure meter.
- MANUAL : Enables manual adjustment of the
exposure meter. (Over 32: Brighter,
Under 32: Darker)
• Shutter : Controls the camera’s electronic shutter.
- OFF : The shutter speed is fixed at 1/60 for
NTSC and 1/50 for PAL. Operates when
Iris is on the Auto Mode.
- A.FLK : Select this setting when you experience
picture flickering. Flickering can happen
when artificial lighting frequencies clash
with camera frame rates.
- MANUAL : Enables manual adjustment of the
shutter speed.
• Sens-Up :
- AUTO : Automatically detects light levels and
maintains a clear picture at night or
under low-light conditions.
- SENS-UP LIMIT : Adjusts to the maximumpowered zoom per frame.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
► Main Menu/Camera Setting/Exposure
The Exposure settings are to control the camera’s
exposure meter.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
ATW(IN)
Exposure
Back Light
OFF
AGC
---
DNR
MEDIUM
XDR
OFF
Day/Night
Others
Exposure
Brightness
32
Iris
AUTO
Shutter
OFF
Sens-Up
AUTO
M
While the Internal Sync mode is in effect, setting the shutter to '---' and facing the
camera directly to a bright light source may cause poor camera performance.
 Brightness is disabled when the Iris is in Manual mode.
 Shutter is disabled when the WDR is turned on.
 Sens-Up is disabled when the shutter is in Manual mode.
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functional description
Backlight
Backlight Mode Settings
► Main Menu/Camera Setting/Back Light
Main Menu
Unlike other cameras, Samsung Techwin’s
unique A1 DSP chip gives you a clear image of
the subject even with bright backlight.
Camera Setting
• Back Light Mode :
- OFF : Disables the Backlight mode.
- WDR : Activates the Wide Dynamic Range
mode.
- BLC : Activates a user defined backlight
compensation mode.
OSD Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
ATW(IN)
Exposure
Back Light
OFF
AGC
---
DNR
MEDIUM
XDR
OFF
Day/Night
Others
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WDR
► Main Menu/Camera Setting/Back Light/WDR
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
When there are both bright and dark areas at
the same time, this mode makes both areas
distinctive.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
WDR ON
WDR OFF
• Limit :
Three WDR sensitivity levels are available in 3 :
Low, Medium, and High. Note that the higher
the sensitivity level, the lower the contrast in
the light and dark areas becomes.
• Level :
Adjusts the screen brightness in WDR mode.
Password Setting
Status
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
ATW(IN)
Exposure
Back Light
WDR
AGC
---
DNR
MEDIUM
XDR
OFF
Day/Night
Others
WDR Setting
M
Limit
MEDIUM
Level
09
WDR is disabled when the VPS mode is turned on.
 WDR is disabled if the Iris is in Manual mode.
 During WDR operation, noise, discoloration, spots, and whitish symptoms may occur
depending on lighting conditions. If they occur, stop using WDR.
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functional description
BLC Setting
► Main Menu/Camera Setting/Back Light/BLC
You can selectively choose a screen area to see
objects within the area more clearly than others.
• Four-direction Joystick Controls :
- Moving the joystick in all four directions—
upward, downward, left, and right—adjusts
the location and size of a selected area.
• Zoom Control :
- Zoom Tele : Enlarges the size of a selected
area.
- Zoom Wide : Reduces the size of a selected
area.
M
BLC is disabled if the Iris is in Manual mode.
 Color saturation may occur depending on the
environment.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
ATW(IN)
Exposure
Back Light
BLC
AGC
---
DNR
MEDIUM
XDR
OFF
Day/Night
Others
BLC
q:Up r:Down
s:Left t:Right
W:Decrease T:Increase
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AGC
The OFF, LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH, and MANUAL
modes are available.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
► Main Menu/Camera Setting/AGC
AGC (Automatic Gain Control) adjusts the camera’s
gain control and the screen brightness if the camera
has captured an object under low-light conditions.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
ATW(IN)
Exposure
Back Light
OFF
AGC
---
DNR
MEDIUM
XDR
OFF
Day/Night
Others
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functional description
DNR (Dynamic Noise Reduction)
► Main Menu/Camera Setting/DNR
DNR significantly reduces the amount of low
luminance noise.
- OFF : Disables the noise reduction function.
- LOW : Reduces only a small amount of noise,
but generates almost no afterimage.
- MEDIUM : The most commonly used mode.
Reduces a suitable amount of noise
while generating a subtle afterimage.
- HIGH : Reduces noise significantly, but
generates obvious afterimages.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
ATW(IN)
Exposure
Back Light
OFF
AGC
---
DNR
MEDIUM
XDR
OFF
Day/Night
Others
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XDR(eXtended Dynamic Range)
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
► Main Menu/Camera Setting/XDR
XDR illuminates darker spots of an image while
retaining the same light level for brighter spots to
even out the overall brightness of the image with high
contrast between bright and dark spots.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
XDR ON
XDR OFF
White Balance
ATW(IN)
Exposure
The OFF, LOW, MEDIUM and HIGH modes are
available.
Back Light
OFF
AGC
---
DNR
MEDIUM
XDR
OFF
Day/Night
Others
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functional description
Day/Night
► Main Menu/Camera Setting/Day/Night
The Day & Night function allows the camera to switch
between the Color and B/W modes.
• Modes :
- Auto : Operates in Color mode most times, and
switches to B/W mode if a low light level is
detected during nighttime.
- Color : Operates in Color mode at all times.
- BW : Operates in B/W mode at all times. By
using the Burst On/Off sub menu, burst
signals can be retained or disabled.
❋ If the camera is in B/W mode and connected to
equipment that requires external sync through
burst signals, set the Burst On/Off option to “On.”
• Dwell Time :
The duration of both the lighting conditions can be
customized to let the camera delay the switching
between the daytime and night-time settings.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
White Balance
ATW(IN)
Exposure
Back Light
OFF
AGC
---
DNR
MEDIUM
XDR
OFF
Day/Night
Others
Day/Night
M
Mode
AUTO
Dwell Time
3 SEC
Using B/W mode under sunlight or a halogen lamp may decrease the focusing
performance.
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Others
• Sync :
- INTERNAL : Synchronizes the camera’s output
timing to the internal crystal.
- LINE LOCK: Synchronizes the camera’s output
timing to the AC adapter power to
synchronize multiple cameras. This
option is useful when using a switch
such as Matrix Switcher.
- LINE LOCK PHASE : Enables setting the
adapter’s synchronization
phase between 0 and
359°.
• Sharpness :
Sharpens outlines of an image.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
► Main Menu/Camera Setting/Others
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Camera Setting
Zoom/Focus
• Freeze :
Stops or reanimates an image.
White Balance
• Stabilizer :
The Stabilizer compensates for any small
movements of the camera caused by due to the
wind and other reasonable causes.
Back Light
OFF
AGC
---
DNR
MEDIUM
XDR
OFF
• VPS :
This function enhances the outline of moving
subject, which improves the sharpness of a
captured image as fine as a still image.
Day/Night
M
Sync
INTERNAL
Sharpness
2
The Stabilizer uses the digital zoom and may
cause low picture quality.
 The Stabilizer is disabled if the ambient light is
too low.
 The Stabilizer is disabled if the field of view has
very low or no contrast, e.g. The sky or a white
wall.
 VPS is disabled when the Freeze is turned on.
ATW(IN)
Exposure
Others
Others
Freeze
OFF
Stabilizer
OFF
VPS
OFF
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functional description
SEQUENCE SETTING
Preset
Preset Location Saving
► Main Menu/Sequence Setting/Preset/Setting
This function enables the memorization of a selected
location and activates the Pan, Tilt, and Zoom
functions at that location. Saved locations can be
recalled using the Preset Execute command.
• Setting Up Preset Numbers :
Selecting the Preset Setting menu brings up a
screen as shown below. Move the joystick in
all four directions to select the desired
number. (Only SCC-3100A, SCC-1000)
Preset Setting
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Preset = 001 (255)
Sequence Setting
Preset
• Saving Preset Locations :
Selecting a preset number and pressing the
Enter key redirects the menu to the screen
shown below.
Using the joystick, adjust the location of the
Pan and Tilt functions and then set the Zoom
and Focus command.
In Preset Settings, the Zoom and Focus
command is controllable only by the Zoom
command. To switch between Zoom and
Focus, use the Preset 1 and 2 commands as
shown below.
Preset Setting
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
Preset
Setting
Edit
Home Position
Execute
Clear
Status
1+PST:ZOOM 2+PST:FOCUS
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ON
OFF
Preset Edit
► Main Menu/Sequence Setting/Preset/Edit
• PTZ :
Recalls saved locations using the Preset
Settings command.
• Focus Mode :
Refer to the section entitled Setting Up Your
Camera.
• Brightness :
Refer to the section entitled Setting Up Your
Camera.
• Iris :
Refer to the section entitled Setting Up Your
Camera.
• Back Light :
Refer to the section entitled Setting Up Your
Camera.
• Day/Night :
Refer to the section entitled Setting Up Your
Camera.
• Motion Det. :
Refer to the 'Motion Detection'.
• Scene Adj :
Enables setting the Shutter, AGC, DNR, XDR,
Sens-Up, White Balance, Stabilizer and for
more information about interface terminology,
please refer to the section entitled Setting Up
Your Camera.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
You can edit the 13 preset items such as Pan/Tilt
location, Zoom and Focus, which are selected
among camera functions.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
....
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
....
Preset
Setting
Edit
Home Position
OFF
Execute
Clear
Status
Preset Edit
Preset = 001* (1~255)
Preset Edit
[001]
PTZ
000/-05/X1
Focus Mode
ONESHOT
Brightness
32
Iris
AUTO
Back Light
OFF
Day/Night
AUTO
Motion Det.
Scene Adj.
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functional description
Motion Detection
► Main Menu/Sequence Setting/Preset/Edit/Motion Det.
Commands the camera to perform Motion Detection
after it arrives at a selected preset location.
Main Menu
• Motion :
- You can enable the motion detection and
tracking functions.
- DETECTION : You can enable the motion
detection function.
- TRACKING : You can enable the tracking
function.
• Advanced :
- You can detect motions and mark the video
that contains such motion, and enables
tracking of the movement. Selecting the
<FIXED/MOVED> option will mark a region
if an existing object disappears, or a new
object appears and fixed for a certain period
of time.
• Sensitivity : Sets the sensitivity of motion
sensor.
Camera Setting
• Resolution : The bigger the resolution setting,
the smaller the object that can be detected.
Execute
M
....
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
....
Preset
Setting
Edit
Home Position
OFF
Clear
Status
Motion Det.
Motion
Advanced
Display
Sensitivity
Resolution
Sequence Setting
OFF
----1
1
Preset Edit
Preset = 001* (1~255)
Preset Edit
[001]
PTZ
000/-05/X1
Focus Mode
ONESHOT
If you set it to <DETECTION>, the <FIXED/
Brightness
32
MOVED> option of ADVANCED menu will not be
Iris
AUTO
available.
Back Light
OFF
 In following situations, motion detection and
tracking function may not work properly.
Day/Night
AUTO
- When there is sudden changes of brightness
Motion Det.
- When the device moves
Scene Adj.
- When a certain object’s movement fills most of
the framing area
- When there is difficulties in distinguishing the moving object and background
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Preset Name Setting
► Main Menu/OSD Setting/Preset Name/Edit
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
Using this function, you can add names to preset
locations.
up to 12 characters.
Once a name is entered, use the joystick and the
Enter key to perform the Set command and save the
name.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
OSD Setting
Camera ID
ON
Camera Name
Preset Number
ON
Preset Name
....
Preset Name
ON/OFF
OFF
Edit
Preset Edit
Preset = 001* (1~255)
Preset Name[
]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
1234567890 ()
[ ]-/#*!?,.
BACK SPACE CLR SET
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functional description
Preset Execution/Deletion/Memory Check
► Main Menu/Sequence Setting/Preset
• Home Position :
Sets one of the currently configured preset
positions as the home position.
• Execute :
Recalls a saved preset location.
• Clear :
Deletes the selected preset location.
• Status :
Opens a map of saved preset locations.
An area saved as a preset location is
displayed with the ' ' icon.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Sequence Setting
Preset Status
001 :þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
021 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
041 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
061 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
081 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
101 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
ON
121 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
Preset
Preset Status
Setting
001 :þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
Edit
021 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
Home Position
041 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
Execute
061 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
Clear
081 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
Status
101 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
121 : þþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþþ
62_ functional description
OFF
Swing SEQ
Main Menu
• Pan Swing :
Activates the Pan function for the Swing operation.
Sequence Setting
• Tilt Swing :
Activates the Tilt function for the Swing operation.
• P/T Swing :
Activates both the Pan and Tilt functions for the
Swing operation.
• Swing Settings/Execute/Clear :
- Settings : Each of the Swing menus have sub
menus with the settings.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
► Main Menu/Sequence Setting/Swing SEQ
The Swing function commands the camera to move
between 2 selected locations, monitoring the route.
Camera Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
Pan Swing
Group SEQ
Setting
Tour SEQ
Execute
PTZ Trace
Clear
Auto Run
Power On Resume
ON
Pan Swing Setting
[001]st[***]
Swing SEQ
Pan Swing
SPEED=64 (1~64)
Tilt Swing
DWT =005(1~120)(s)
P/T Swing
Select 2 preset locations by using the joystick. Speed indicates the camera’s
movement speed. DWT indicates the camera’s duration of stay at a preset location.
- Execute: Executes the Swing operation.
- Clear: Deletes data in the Swing memory.
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functional description
Group SEQ
► Main Menu/Sequence Setting/Group SEQ
Selecting Group SEQ recalls a group of multiple
preset locations in a consecutive manner. A group
can contain up to 128 preset locations.
• Setting :
Using the joystick, enter desired preset numbers
into the PSET section. DWT indicates the
camera’s duration of stay at a preset location.
SPD shows the camera’s movement speed by 64
different levels.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Group SEQ 1
NO
PSET
DWT(s) SPD
001
***
003
64
002
***
003
64
003
***
003
64
004
***
003
64
005
***
003
64
006
***
003
64
007
***
003
64
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
Group SEQ
Group 1
• Execute :
Executes the group operation.
• Clear :
Deletes the selected group.
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
....
Group SEQ 1
Setting
Execute
Clear
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ON
Tour SEQ
• Settings :
Selecting the Settings menu brings up the
following screen.
Using the joystick, you can enter desired group
numbers to the Group section. DWT indicates the
camera’s standby time before a new group is
recalled.
Tour SEQ
NO
Group
DWT(s)
01
*
003
02
*
003
03
*
003
04
*
003
05
*
003
06
*
003
• Execute :
Executes the group operation.
• Clear :
Deletes the selected group.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
► Main Menu/Sequence Setting/Tour SEQ
Selecting Tour SEQ recalls groups of preset locations
in a consecutive manner. Up to 6 groups can be
listed for this function.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
ON
Tour SEQ
Setting
Execute
Clear
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functional description
PTZ Trace
► Main Menu/Sequence Setting/PTZ Trace
Maximum 4 patterns of the manual operation paths
(for Pan, Tilt, Zoom and Focus) are memorized and
replayed.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
• Replay :
Replays a route saved by the Trace function. Use
the OSD button to stop the replay.
Sequence Setting
• Replay Once :
Replays a saved Trace route once.
Alarm Setting
• Memorize :
Up to 120 seconds of a memory can be saved.
The memory duration varies depending on the
difficulty level of the PTZ Trace action. As a trace is
saved, the remaining capacity of the memory card
is displayed. When the memory card is full, it turns
off with a message, "Mem. Left: 000%", on the
screen.
* Use the OSD On button to pause while saving a
trace. (When using the SCC-3100A/SCC-1000
controller)
* When Using Different Protocols
Password Setting
Protocol
PELCO-D/P
SEC
PANASONIC
VICON
HONEYWELL
AD
GE
BOSCH
Product
KBD300A
SCC-5000
WV-CU161C
V1300X-DVC
HTX-3000
.
KTD-405
.
• Clear :
Deletes a saved Trace route.
Memorize Pause
Ack, Iris Open
OSD On, Iris Open
OSD ON
Iris Open
Iris Open
OSD On, Iris Open
Iris Open
Iris Open
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Initialize
Status
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
PTZ Trace
Trace 1
Trace 2
Trace 3
Trace 4
PTZ Trace 1
Replay
Replay Once
Memorize
Clear
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ON
Auto Run
• Mode :
- HOME : Auto run Home Position (Refet to the
Preset Menu.)
- PRESET : Auto run a selected preset number.
- SWING : Auto run a selected Swing mode.
- GROUP : Auto run a selected Group mode.
- TOUR : Auto run a selected Tour mode.
- TRACE : Auto run a selected trace mode.
- A.PAN : Auto run a 360-degree pan. To activate
the panning command, you need to set
up the camera's tilt angle and auto pan
speed manually.
- SCHEDULE : Schedule a sequencing action by
day and time. Refer to the next
page.
• Time :
Enables setting up an Auto Run duration. (The
duration can be 5~30 seconds, or 1~5 minutes.)
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
► Main Menu/Sequence Setting/Auto Run
If there is no controller operation by the user for a
certain time, the sequence operation designated by
the user will be executed.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
ON
Auto Run
Mode
OFF
Time
20 SEC
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functional description
Schedule
Schedule enables you to schedule a sequencing action by day and time.
• Select Day :
At Auto Run, select SCHEDULE to set up each
day of the week, as shown on the side picture.
Select a day, change to ON, and then press Enter.
• Select Time :
When turning ON a day, a timetable appears as
shown on the side picture. (Up to 6 timelines can
be selected for a day.) Select the beginning time
and sequencing action to schedule the action.
Auto Run
Mode
SCHEDULE
Time
30 SEC
Schedule Set
Sunday
ON
Monday
OFF
Tuesday
OFF
Wednesday
OFF
Thursday
OFF
Friday
OFF
Saturday
OFF
Schedule Set
No START
SEQ
1
09:00
HOME
2
00:00
OFF
3
00:00
OFF
4
00:00
OFF
5
00:00
OFF
6
00:00
OFF
No
Clear
M
Auto mode is disabled when AGC is turned OFF. This function is only available when
Color or B/W mode is selected. The camera time must be setup properly prior to using
this option. If the camera does not perform a scheduled sequencing action, please
reconfigure the camera time under OSD Setting > Others > Clock Setting (Refer to
Page 80).
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Power On Resume
• Power On Resume :
This is useful when the power is disconnected and
reconnected due to power failures or other power
interruptions.
If the camera was performing a sequence action
prior to a power disconnection, the camera
automatically resumes the action when the power
is reconnected.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
► Main Menu/Sequence Setting/Power On Resume
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Sequence Setting
Preset
Swing SEQ
Group SEQ
Tour SEQ
PTZ Trace
Auto Run
Power On Resume
M
ON
'Power On Resume' cannot resume a sequence action if the camera’s internal battery
is completely discharged after the camera was left without power supply for a long
time. (The data of the sequence action, however, remains safe even if the internal
battery is completely discharged.)
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functional description
P/T SETTING
Pan Limit
► Main Menu/P/T Setting/Pan Limit
The moving ranges in the Pan directions can be
limited.
• Position :
Selecting the Position menu brings up the
following screen if it is for the Pan Limit setting.
Move the joystick left and right to select a
movement range from the starting point to the
end.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
START LIMIT
END LIMIT
Status
P/T Setting
Pan Limit
Tilt Limit
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
Area Setting
Area Masking
The following picture shows the Tilt Limit setting.
Move the joystick left and right to select a
movement range from the starting point to the
end.
• ON/OFF :
Cancels or activates the Pan/Tilt Limit functions.
Prop. P/T
ON
Digital Flip
ON
Image Hold
OFF
Jog Speed
MANUAL
Max Speed Level
5
Pan Limit
Position
Activation
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OFF
Tilt Limit
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
► Main Menu/P/T Setting/Tilt Limit
These settings limit the movement range of the Tilt operation.
• Position :
Selecting the Position menu brings up the
following screen if it is for the Tilt Limit setting.
Move the joystick left and right to select a
movement range from the starting point to the
end.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
START LIMIT
END LIMIT
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
P/T Setting
Pan Limit
• ON/OFF :
Enables or disables Tilt Limit.
Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
Prop. P/T
ON
Digital Flip
ON
Image Hold
OFF
Jog Speed
MANUAL
Max Speed Level
5
Tilt Limit
Position
Activation
OFF
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functional description
Area Setting
► Main Menu/P/T Setting/Area Setting
The Area Setting menu enables selecting certain
locations in the course of the Pan and Tilt operation,
and then display the areas with the OSD (On Screen
Display) texts when the camera passes through
them. Up to 8 areas can be selected.
• Area Name :
You can add names to selected areas. Names
can be up to 12 characters and can be entered via
the joystick and the Enter key. Once a name is
entered, use the joystick and the Enter key to
perform the Set command and save the name.
Area Name[
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
P/T Setting
]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
Pan Limit
Tilt Limit
Area Setting
1234567890 ()
Area Masking
[ ]-/#*!?,.
BACK SPACE CLR SET
• Position :
As shown in the picture below, move the joystick
to select the upper left corner and lower right
corner of an area.
Prop. P/T
ON
Digital Flip
ON
Image Hold
OFF
Jog Speed
MANUAL
Max Speed Level
5
Area Setting
Area 1
Area setting
Area setting
Area 2
Area 3
....
Area 1
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
Enter: Set ESC: Exit
Area Name
Position
• ON/OFF :
Cancels or activates the display function of
selected areas.
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Activation
OFF
Area Masking
• Mask Set :
You can set up to 12 privacy zones that will be
hided for privacy of the subject when recording.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
► Main Menu/P/T Setting/Area Masking
If a monitoring location includes a highly private area,
the area can be selectively excluded from monitoring.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Area Masking
Activation
Initialize
OFF
Edit
• Position :
For the new mask setup, you can set the camera
position by using pan, tilt and zoom functions.
• Style :
You can set the four kinds mosaic.
M
 For better privacy protection, make your privacy
zone bigger than the required, bigger by about
30%.
 Video portion of mosaic pattern or colored by the
privacy zone setup is not recoverable.
Password Setting
Status
P/T Setting
Pan Limit
Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
Prop. P/T
ON
Digital Flip
ON
Image Hold
OFF
Jog Speed
MANUAL
Max Speed Level
5
Area Masking
Mask Set
MASK1
Position
Style
MOSAIC1
1:þ
2:þ
3:þ
4:þ
5:þ
6:þ
7:þ
8:þ
9:þ
10:þ
11:þ 12:þ
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functional description
Prop. P/T
► Main Menu/P/T Setting/Prop.P/T
This commands the camera to change the Pan and
Tilt speed automatically according to the current
zoom ratio. Moving the joystick clockwise (Tele)
slows down and counterclockwise (Wide) accelerates
the Pan and Tilt speed, allowing detailed
adjustments.
Turning this “Off” executes the function the optical 1x
zoom speed regardless of how far the lens is
zoomed in.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
P/T Setting
Pan Limit
Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
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Prop. P/T
ON
Digital Flip
ON
Image Hold
OFF
Jog Speed
MANUAL
Max Speed Level
5
Digital Flip
When an object or a person passes directly under
the camera, the camera tilt monitor follows the object
or person over 100 degrees to the other side of the
tilt area without panning. The screen inversion occurs
at 100 degrees or higher and is digitally adjusted.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
► Main Menu/P/T Setting/Digital Flip
Digital Flip is useful to monitor a moving object or a
person passing directly under the camera.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
P/T Setting
Pan Limit
Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
Prop. P/T
ON
Digital Flip
ON
Image Hold
OFF
Jog Speed
MANUAL
Max Speed Level
5
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functional description
Image Hold
► Main Menu/P/T Setting/Image Hold
When the camera is moving between presets
locations, this function freezes the cameras image
until the camera reached the next location. This is
useful to help the screen observer keep sharp eyes
and to monitor multiple locations within a network.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
P/T Setting
Pan Limit
Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
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Prop. P/T
ON
Digital Flip
ON
Image Hold
OFF
Jog Speed
MANUAL
Max Speed Level
5
Jog Speed
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
► Main Menu/P/T Setting/Jog Speed
If the speed of your controller or DVR’s Pant/Tilt
command protocol is fixed and causes slow panning
and tilting, you can use Manual mode.
- MANUAL : The angle of the controller handle
determines the speed of Pan and Tilt;
the more you tilt the controller, the
faster the camera spins.
- 10/20/30/40/50/60 : Maintains speed regardless
of the angle of the
controller handle.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
P/T Setting
Pan Limit
Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
Prop. P/T
ON
Digital Flip
ON
Image Hold
OFF
Jog Speed
MANUAL
Max Speed Level
5
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functional description
Max Speed Level
O
► Main Menu/P/T Setting/Max Speed Level
Adjusts the maximum speed of Pan and Tilt while
performing the Preset and Sequencing actions.
- 1~7: Pan and Tilt operations can be set up to
650°/ sec.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
P/T Setting
Pan Limit
Tilt Limit
Area Setting
Area Masking
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Prop. P/T
ON
Digital Flip
ON
Image Hold
OFF
Jog Speed
MANUAL
Max Speed Level
5
OSD SETTING
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
OSD Setting
► Main Menu/OSD Setting
• Camera ID :
Displays or hides Camera ID in the upper left of
the screen.
• Camera Name :
Add a name to the camera. (First check the Note.)
• Preset Number :
Displays or hides Preset Numbers on the screen.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
• Preset Name :
Add names to preset locations. (First check the
Note.)
Password Setting
• Seq. Status :
Displays or hides the status of a sequence action
that is in progress.
OSD Setting
• Area Name :
Displays or hides the Area Name for the Area
Settings on the screen.
• PTZ Position :
Displays or hides the status of the Pan, Tilt, and
Zoom operation that is in progress.
• Language :
Enables changing the system language. This
camera supports English, Chinese, French,
German, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean and Italian.
❋ When selecting the Camera Name and Preset
Name, the screen displays the Left keypad.
Names can be up to 12 characters and can be
entered via the joystick and the Enter key. Once a
name is entered, use the joystick and the Enter
key to perform the Set command and save the
name.
Status
Camera ID
ON
Camera Name
Preset Number
ON
Preset Name
Seq. Status
ON
Area Name
OFF
PTZ Position
ON
Language
ENGLISH
Others
XXX Name[
]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
1234567890 ()
[ ]-/#*!?,.
BACK SPACE CLR SET
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functional description
OSD Setting(Others)
A
► Main Menu/OSD Setting/Others
OSD Setting is to set up the OSD (On Screen Display) functions.
• Direction :
Indicates the current angle of the camera:
East, West, South, North, Southeast, Southwest,
Northeast, or Northwest.
- Set North Dir.
Set up a North direction for the camera.
• Clock Setting :
Customize the camera clock; you can schedule
sequence actions to perform automatically.
- Display
Shows or hides the clock from the screen.
- Date Format
Changes the display format of the camera date:
DD/MM/YYYY or MM/DD/YYYY.
- Set Date
Enter a date.
- Time Format
Changes the display format of the camera time:
24 or 12 hours.
- Set Time
Enter a time.
- Calibration
This will correct the time difference or error that
may be found in the camera.
Select "+" if the camera time is behind, select
"-" if ahead, and provide how many seconds the
time error occurs per day.
❋ If the error is one second for a day, enter "+1
SEC/DAY".
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Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
OSD Setting
Camera ID
ON
Camera Name
Preset Number
ON
Preset Name
Seq. Status
ON
Area Name
OFF
PTZ Position
ON
Language
ENGLISH
Others
OSD Setting
Direction
Clock Setting
ALARM SETTING
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
Alarm Setting
Setting Up Alarm Input
► Main Menu/Alarm Setting/Alarm Input
• Alarm Enable :
- On/Off : Enables or disables the Alarm
function.
• MOD :
Enables selecting an Alarm Input method.
- NO (Normally Open)
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
IN 1.2
IN 1.2
Status
Alarm Setting
Alarm Enable
ALM GND
ALARM OFF
ALM GND
ALARM ON
OFF
Alarm Input
Alarm Output
MD Dwell Time
- NC (Normally Closed)
IN 1.2
ALM GND
ALARM OFF
IN 1.2
OFF
ALM MOD P
SEQ
IN1
OFF
1
OFF
IN2
OFF
2
OFF
NO
ALM GND
ALARM ON
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functional description
M
As shown in the picture above, the Alarm Input must be entered with the Open or
Closed switch signals. Supplying power without entering the signals may damage the
product.
• P (Priority) :
Set the priority of Alarm Inputs. If more than one alarm is simultaneously
activated, the alarm with the highest priority activates before the others. Once
the alarm is canceled, the next highest priority alarm activates.
• SEQ :
Enables setting up a sequence action for the camera in response to an alarm.
Available sequence actions are Home, Preset, Swing, Group, Tour, Trace and
A.Pan.
❋ For the Auto Pan settings, the first number under the Number menu indicates
the speed while the second is the Tilt angle. (Refer below.)
ALM
MOD P
SEQ
NO
IN 1
NO
1
A.PAN
20/20
IN 2
NC
2
A.PAN
20/20
Tilt Angle
Speed
• MD Dwell Time :
When Motion Detection under the Preset Edit menu is selected, MD Dwell Time
performs the Tour or Group function.
While the camera is performing a sequence action, if motion is detected from a
selected preset location, the camera pauses the sequence action operation and
starts monitoring the location instead for a duration that is set under the MD
Dwell Time menu.
If the motion is no longer detectable or the duration expires, the camera aborts
the monitoring operation and then resumes the sequence action.
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Alarm Output
► Main Menu/Alarm Setting/Alarm Output
❋ The Alarm Output is equipped with a relay
circuit. The operation of the alarm output port
is as shown in the diagram below.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
• Setting 1,2 :
1, 2, Motion, and Support Device indicate
alarm input ports, Motion Detection, and
support device input. A total of 4 alarms,
Motion Detection, and support devices can be
set up to output alarms. 1 alarm output port
can be used for more than 2 alarm inputs and
Motion Detection.
• Timer 1,2 :
Enables selecting an Alarm Output method.
- On : Retains an alarm output for a set
duration from a minimum of 1 second
to a maximum of 60 minutes upon the
alarm occurrence.
- Momentary : Retains an alarm output only
until the alarm is canceled.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Alarm Setting
Alarm Enable
OFF
Alarm Input
Alarm Output
MD Dwell Time
OFF
Alarm Output
NO
NO
COM
COM
NC
NC
Alarm Out OFF
Alarm Out ON
Setting 1
þ1 þ2 þMD þAUX
Setting 2
þ1 þ2 þMD þAUX
Timer 1
OFF
Timer 2
OFF
OUT Off 1
OUT Off 2
M
Connecting the power connector and GND incorrectly to the NC/NO and COM ports
may cause a short circuit and fire, damaging the camera.
 The maximum power capacity of the built-in relay is 30VDC/2A, 125VAC/0.5A, and
250VAC/0.25A. Operating the camera beyond the capacity may decrease the
camera’s lifespan and damage it.
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functional description
AUX Output menu is to operate the camera’s peripheral devices such as lamps
and sirens through the controller and switches as well as through network
communications.
• OUT Off 1,2 :
- When an alarm event occurs, the output force can be terminated.
NO
NO
COM
AUX Off
M
COM
AUX On
Connecting the power connector and GND incorrectly to the Aux terminal’s NO and
COM ports may cause a short circuit and fire, damaging the camera.
 The maximum power capacity of the built-in relay is 30VDC/2A, 125VAC/0.5A, and
250VAC/0.25A. Operating the camera beyond the capacity may decrease the
camera’s lifespan and damage it.
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I
INITIALIZE
► Main Menu/Initialize
• Power On Reset :
Restarts the camera.
• Factory Default Set :
Enables resetting the camera to its factory default
settings. When the mode is selected, all custom
data such as preset locations is deleted from the
camera.
Use this function if it is necessary to reset the
settings of the camera.
• Camera Default Set :
Resets the camera zoom module to the Factory
Default mode; use if you want to reset all camera
settings including Exposure and Backlight.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
P/T Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Initialize
Power On Reset
• Auto Refresh :
Factory Default Set
Enables optimizing the status of the camera’s
Camera Default Set
built-in electric circuits and components on a
Auto Refresh
OFF
regular basis. (A regular operation can be
scheduled.)
This mode can be used to maintain and repair the current settings of the camera
when anomalous operations occur: e.g. The camera happened to directly face a light
source, or the settings have been canceled after the camera repeatedly rotated in all
four directions for a long time to monitor a specific location.
The default setting is Off.
- OFF, 1~7 Days : Selecting Off disables Auto Refresh and selecting 1~7 Days
automatically executes it after 1~7 days has passed.
❋ Auto Refresh takes approximately 10 seconds to finish. If Auto Refresh activates in
the middle of a sequence action, the camera pauses the sequence action and
performs an Auto Refresh, then resumes the sequence action once the refresh is
complete.
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FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
Initialization Menu
functional description
PASSWORD SETTING
S
Password Setting
► Main Menu/Password Setting
The Password feature enables you to configure a
password for rebooting the camera and accessing
the OSD and preventing unauthorized modification
of existing camera settings.
Main Menu
Camera Setting
Sequence Setting
• On/Off :
Enables or disables Password protection.
P/T Setting
• Edit Password :
- Change the password; enter the current
password and then a new one, consisting of 4
hexadecimal characters (0~F).
* The default password is "0000".
Alarm Setting
OSD Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Password Setting
On/Off
OFF
Edit Password
Edit Password
Old Pwd : 0 * * *
New Pwd : * * * *
M
In case you have forgotten the current password, use the controller and perform Preset
255 to access the OSD without the password.
 Upon using "Factory Default Set" at "Main Menu > Initialize," the password is reset to
the default, "0000".
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STATUS
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
Status
► Main Menu/Status
Displays the settings and version of the dome
camera.
Main Menu
• CAM MODEL :
Indicates the model name of the camera.
Camera Setting
• CAM VERSION :
Indicates the software version of the camera.
P/T Setting
• DOME VERSION :
Indicates the version of the camera control board.
• COAX VERSION :
Indicates the software version of the Coax
communication.
• CON PROTOCOL :
Indicates the status of the current protocol.
• DOME ID :
Camera ID
• CONTROLLER :
Indicates the settings of the current
communications mode.
Sequence Setting
OSD Setting
Alarm Setting
Initialize
Password Setting
Status
Status
CAM MODEL
= 12N(A1)
CAM VERSION
= V1.3
DOME VERSION = V1.00
COAX VERSION = V1.00
CON PROTOCOL = AUTO DET.
DOME ID
= 001
CONTROLLER
= Simplex
et
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause and Solution
PAGE
Check if the camera and peripheral devices are
properly connected.
29
Verify the setups of ID, protocol, and baud rates.
20~27
Check if power cable is securely connected to the
camera and the monitor.
Check if the video cable is properly connected.
Consult the operation manual of the system controller
connected to the camera.
17~29
Check if the iris of the lens is closed.
Adjust the menu for the iris of the lens.
49
Check the camera's fixed shutter speed.
Adjust the camera's shutter menu.
49
The picture is too dark/bright.
Check the camera's Brightness menu.
Adjust the camera's Brightness menu.
49
The monitor displays a white
image.
Check if the iris of the lens is open.
Adjust the menu for the iris of the lens.
49
Check if the dome cover or the camera lens is dirty or
smudged. If it is, clean the dirt off.
-
Verify the distance between the camera and the
subject, as well as the subject's surroundings.
Camera may have difficulty focusing on a subject
against a white background.
-
If Auto Focusing is having difficulty focusing on a
particular subject, set Focus Mode to Manual and
adjust the focus by yourself.
47
Use the camera's reset menu to restore the camera
settings in order to default.
85
Adjust Sharpness level.
57
Controller does not work.
No picture is displayed on
monitor.
Picture is out of focus.
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Digital noise appears in picture.
Picture's colors are not good.
Cause and Solution
PAGE
Check if the video cable is properly connected.
-
Make sure that the power cable and video cable
do not exceed the recommended maximum
lengths.
28
Adjust Sharpness level.
57
Check the White Balance.
48
Check if the dome cover or the camera lens is dirty
or smudged. If it is, clean the dirt off.
The picture is flickering.
Check if the camera is pointing directly at a
fluorescent light or sunlight. If so, change the
camera's direction to remove the flickering.
-
Afterimages appear in picture.
Check Sens-Up settings.
49
Camera switches between color
and B&W modes frequently.
Adjust Dwell Time in Day & Night menu.
56
A circular object appears on
screen when the camera is
pointing straight down.
You are seeing a pinpoint-like injection artifact on
the dome cover.
The camera is functioning normally.
-
Check if power cable is securely connected to
the camera and the monitor.
Check if the video cable is properly connected.
Consult the operation manual of the system
controller connected to the camera.
17~29
Check if Pan Limit and/or Tilt Limit are set.
If so, remove the limit(s).
70~71
A motor or the lens may be overheated.
If so, contact your service personnel or system
provider for assistance.
-
Pan, tilt, zoom, and/or focus do
not work.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
troubleshooting
Problem
The camera's position differs
from the position defined in a
preset.
Sequence configuration of the
camera does not work.
p
Cause and Solution
PAGE
This phenomenon may happen, since the motors have
a margin error of ±0.1˚.
Check if Preset or another operation mode has been
set.
58~62
Check the Auto Refresh settings.
85
The upper side of the picture is
dark when the camera is on the
horizontal reference point.
You are seeing the camera's internal cover. The
camera is functioning normally.
-
Camera suddenly turns on or
moves to a preset position by
itself.
Check the Auto Run settings.
Auto Run puts a camera through a predefined action
67
sequence if the user does not use the Controller to
operate the camera for a certain period of time.
• The Power cord's coating has
been damaged.
• The power cord is hot to touch
when the product is in
operation.
• The power cord gets hot after
being folded or pulled on.
Continuing to use the product when its power cord is
damaged constitutes an electrical and fire hazard. The
power plug must be removed from the outlet
immediately, and a qualified service personnel or your
system provider should be contacted for assistance.
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product specifications
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Angular Field of View
Focus
Zoom Speed
IRIS
Lens Initialization
Horizontal Rotation
Angle
Horizontal Rotation
Speed
Vertical Rotation Angle
Vertical Rotation Speed
Preset Position
Preset Accuracy
Camera ID
Day & Night
Backlight
Motion Detection
Privacy Mask
DNR
Sens-up
SCP-3120V
SCP-3120VH
SONY 1/4inch, ExView-HAD PS CCD(ICX-448/449)
NTSC / PAL
NTSC : 811(H) × 508(V) / PAL: 795(H) × 596(V)
NTSC : 768(H) × 494(V) / PAL: 752(H) × 582(V)
2:1 Interlace
Internal/Line Lock
NTSC : 15.734 KHz / PAL:15.625 KHz
NTSC : 59.94 Hz / PAL:50Hz
600 TV Line(Color) / 700 TV Line(B/W)
COLOR : 0.7Lux(50IRE@F1.65), B/W : 0.07Lux(50IRE@F1.65)
Over 50dB(AGC OFF)
VBS 1.0Vp-p/75Ω
12X (Optical), 16X (Digital)
3.6~44.3mm (F1.6~F2.0)
Wide:0.2m, Tele:0.8m
H: 54.44 °(Wide) ~ 4.64 °(Tele)
V: 41.42 °(Wide) ~ 3.52 °(Tele)
AUTO / MANUAL / ONE-SHOT
1.9Sec(Wide~Tele)
AUTO / MANUAL
Built-In
360°Endless
Manual : 0.05~120°/Sec(Turbo: 200°/Sec), Preset : Max. 650°/Sec
-5°~ 185°
Manual : 0.05~120°/Sec, Preset : Max. 650°/Sec
255
±0.1°
1~255
AUTO / COLOR / BW
BLC / WDR / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF (12 Areas)
LOW / MEDIUM / HIGH / OFF
Auto / Off (Selectable limit X2~ 512X)
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
SCP-3120
Imaging Device
TV Standard
Total Pixel
Effective Pixels
Scanning System
Synchronization
Horizontal Scan Rate
Vertical Scan Rate
Horizontal Resolution
Min. Illumination
S/N(Y Signal)
Video Output
Zoom Ratio
Focal Length
Min. Object Distance
product specifications
SCP-3120
SCP-3120V
d
SCP-3120VH
OFF / LOW / MEDIUM / HIGH / MANUAL
ATW(IN) / ATW(OUT) / AWC / MANUAL
NTSC:1/60~10,000sec, PAL:1/50~10,000sec
RS485, Coaxial Communication
SAMSUNG-T, SAMSUNG-E, Pelco-D, Pelco-P, Pelco Coaxitron,
Protocol
Panasonic, Honeywell, AD, Vicon, BOSCH, GE
Alarm
2 In, 2 Out
Digital Flip
ON/OFF
Waterproof Standards
·
IP66(IEC-60529)
IP66(IEC-60529)
Operating Place
Indoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Operating Temperature -10℃ ~ +50℃
-50℃ ~ +50℃
-50℃ ~ +50℃
Operating Humidity
Less than 90% RH
Input Voltage
AC24V ± 10%
Power Consumption
Max. 12W
Max. 45W
Max. 45W
External Dimensions(Φ×D) Φ154×150mm
Φ165×165mm
Φ200×203mm
Weight
Approx. 1.0Kg
Approx. 1.8Kg
Approx. 2.4Kg
Gain Control
White Balance
Electronic Shutter
Serial Communication
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dimensions
DIMENSIONS
(Unit : mm)
150mm
154mm
R6
0
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DIMENSIONS
SCP-3120
dimensions
SCP-3120V
3/4 Inch Threaded
Pitch 1.8143
Thread angle : 55
Basic Hole : Ø24.117
165
102.5
Ø165
R6
0
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SCP-3120VH
DIMENSIONS
203
184
120
19
NP 1.5Inch Threaded
0
R6
Ø200
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Application of Council Directive(s)
2004/108/EC
Manufacturer's Name
SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD
Manufacturer's Address
SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD
42, SUNGJU-DONG CHANGWON-CITY,
KYUNGNAM, KOREA, 641-716
European Representative Name
European Representative Address
Equipment Type/Environment
Speed Dome Camera
Model Name
SCP-3120/3120V/3120VH
Beginning Serial NO.
C59A
Conformance to
EN 55022 : 2006
EN 50130-4 : 2003
We, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above conforms to the above
Directive(s).
Manufacturer
SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO., LTD
Legal Representative in Europe
Full Name
BONJENG GU
Full Name
Position
QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER
Position
Place
CHANGWON, KOREA
Place
Signature
Signature
m
memo
MEMO
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