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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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CONTENTS
PRODUCT FEATURES..................................................................................... EG-2
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.................................................................................. EG-3
PART NAMES.................................................................................................... EG-4
INSTALLATION AND ADJUSTMENT............................................................... EG-5
MODEL DESCRIPTION.................................................................................. EG-10
SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................................... EG-11
• T
he OSD settings can be dynamically switched using the Profile Switching function. With these functions, two preset profiles can be switched with each other
when a Mode Selection terminal has been controlled or Day/Night switching has
been made. A combination of profiles can be selected according to surveillance
conditions.
• Day/Night function provides a high-sensitivity black and white image in low light
conditions (e.g., night time) by automatically switching the camera to black and
white mode. The camera is automatically switched to color mode in brighter light
conditions (e.g., day time).
• This product offers additional functions such as Stabilizer, Privacy Mask, and
Motion Detection functions.
PRODUCT FEATURES
• H
igh-resolution surveillance camera with a new built-in 1/3-type CCD. It delivers
clear images at a horizontal resolution of 700 TVL by using a new high-resolution CCD and image processing technology.
• Integrated varifocal lens allows for versatile application and easy installation.
• Surface or embedded installation.
• Manual pan/tilt/rotation mechanism.
• 12 V DC/24 V AC auto switching power supply.
• The new 12,600 times Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) processing allows sharp
images even if the pictures are shot in mixed indoor/outdoor scenes with backlight.
• New Easy Focus function helps adjust the lens focus by edge enhancement,
focus level bar, and screen view zoom-up / down.
• The Color Bar Output function enables the checking and adjustment of cable
signal levels and monitoring of the image quality.
• The Defog function provides high-quality images with automatically enhanced
contrast in an environment with poor visibility, such as fog, mist, rain, and snow.
• The 3D-Digital Noise Reduction (3D-DNR) function realizes low noise and high
sensitivity.
EG-2
(2) Do not place the camera in the following locations.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1
2
3
The installation should be made by a qualified service person and should conform
to all local codes. For this device provided no power switch, the installation shall
be carried out in accordance with the rules of the country or the region in which the
equipment is to be installed.
This symbol indicates that there is a possibility of death or damage to operator
or others.
(1) Use only 24V AC power supply marked class 2 or +12V DC regulated power
supply marked class 2.
(2) To prevent fire or electrical shock, UL listed class 2 wiring should be used for
the 12V DC or 24V AC input terminal.
(3) Be sure to connect each lead to the appropriate terminal. Wrong connection
may cause malfunction and/or damage to the video camera.
(4) Never attempt to disassemble or modify the camera.
(5) If an abnormality should occur, immediately turn off the power and consult your
dealer.
(6) To prevent fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
Locations subject to extremely high or low temperatures.
(Operating temperature range: -10°C to +50°C {14°F to 122°F})
(Storage temperature range: -20°C to +60°C {-4°F to 140°F})
Locations subject to high levels of humidity and dust.
(Operating humidity range: max 85% {No condensation})
(Storage humidity range: max 95% {No condensation})
Locations where there are large amounts of water vapor and steam.
(3) Ensure the location selected is sufficiently strong enough to support the weight
of the camera and is free from vibration.
(4) When this camera is installed near equipment that emits a strong electromagnetic field, some irregularity such as noise on the monitor screen may happen.
(5) Do not allow the camera to be subjected to strong impacts or shocks. The
camera could be damaged by improper handling or storage.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Industry Canada’s Compliance Statement
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
This symbol indicates that there is a possibility of injury or damage to equipment.
(1) Do not attempt to aim the camera at the sun or other extremely bright objects
that cause smear to appear irrespective of whether the camera is operating or
not. This can damage the CCD (Charge Coupled Device).
EG-3
Camera body interior
PART NAMES
Exterior
Surface mount cover
1 Lens
Body cover
4 Menu Operation Switch
Inner cover
5 Video output connector
for service monitor
2 Focus/
View angle
adjustment lever
7 Termination
resistance switch (with
communication function)
8 B/W Fix terminal/Mode
Selection terminal
3 Power input
terminal
Video relay cable Camera body
Dome cover
Accessories
Service monitor cable
9 RS485 communication
terminal (with
communication function)
6 Video relay cable
Adapter ring
M4 x 20 2 pcs.
Self-tapping screws
Removing and attaching the cover
• Dome cover
To remove : Pull the cover away.
To attach : Insert the cover and push it gently until you
hear a click.
• Body cover
To remove : Insert a flat-bladed screwdriver into the
groove between the camera body and the
body cover, then twist the screwdriver.
To attach : Align the corrugations on the camera body
and body cover, then push until you hear a click.
Flat-bladed
screwdriver
1
Lens
∞
N : Focus adjustment lever
2
T : View angle adjustment lever
W
Positioning of the lens body angle/focus adjustment lever varies depending on the lens. Please
refer to the above guides for operation marked on the side of the levers while using the product.
3
Power input terminal
4Menu Operation Switch
5Video output connector for service monitor
6Video relay cable
7Termination resistance switch (with communication function)
8B/W Fix terminal/Mode Selection terminal
9RS485 communication terminal (with communication function)
EG-4
Attaching to the surface of the ceiling or wall
INSTALLATION AND ADJUSTMENT
Attaching the unit
You can use the following three methods to attach the unit. Please use the method
that best fits the conditions of the area in which you want to install the unit.
Attaching to the surface of the ceiling or wall
This section explains how to install the unit where cables are running through the
interior of the ceiling or wall. When running cables on the exterior surface of the
ceiling or wall, please drill holes in the ceiling or wall as directed in step 1, then
refer to “Running cables on the exterior surface of the ceiling or wall” (page EG-5).
1
Drilling holes in the ceiling or wall
2
Attaching the camera body
Use this method to attach the unit to the surface of
the ceiling or wall (page EG- 5 ).
Embedding in the ceiling or wall
Use this method to attach the unit by embedding it
in the ceiling or wall (page EG- 6 ).
Use the template included to mark out the position on the ceiling or wall where you
want to install the unit.
When running cables through the interior of the ceiling or wall
Use the template, and drill three holes. Two for screws (Screw A) used to attach
the camera body and one for the cables (Cables).
When running cables on the exterior surface of the ceiling or wall
Use the template, and drill two holes for screws (Screw A) used to attach the
camera body.
Remove the body cover, and attach the camera body to the ceiling or wall.
Please use fixing screws suitable for the material of the ceiling or wall when attaching the camera body. We recommend using screws with a 4mm diameter.
 Be sure to use the adapter ring to attach the camera.
Attaching to a 4S junction box
Use this method to attach the unit when a 4S junction box is available (page EG- 7 ).
 Be sure to use the adapter ring to attach the camera.
When you finish attaching the camera, refer to page EG- 7 .
EG-5
 Running cables on the exterior surface of the ceiling or wall
To run cables on the exterior surface of the ceiling or wall, use the following
procedure to attach the camera body.
1 Remove the surface mount cover from the camera body.
Embedding in the ceiling or wall
Be sure to use the adapter ring when embedding the unit in the ceiling or wall.
1
Hold the body cover and turn
the surface mount cover in a
counter-clockwise direction
until you hear a click.
Drilling holes in the ceiling or wall
Use the template included to mark out the position on the ceiling or wall where you
want to install the unit.
 Use the template, drill two holes for screws (Screw B) used to attach the adapter
ring. Then, follow the perforations on the template and cut out a hole to embed
the camera body.
 Double check to make sure that the sizes and positions of the holes are appropriate
BEFORE drilling the holes.
2 Remove the section on the back side of the camera body and the section of
the surface mount cover indicated in the figures to drill holes through which
the cable needs to be passed.
2
Attaching the adapter ring
3
Attaching the camera body
Bend and remove
this area.
Rear
surface of
the camera
body
Surface mount cover
3 Attach the surface mount cover to the camera body.
4 Remove the body cover, and attach the camera body to the ceiling or wall.
 Pass the cable through the holes you prepared in Step 2 above.
 Please use fixing screws suitable for the material of the ceiling or wall when attaching the camera body. We recommend using screws with a 4mm diameter.
Attach the adapter ring to the ceiling or wall to which you
want to attach the camera body.
 Please use fixing screws suitable for the material of the
ceiling or wall when attaching the camera body. We
recommend using screws with a 4mm diameter.
1Remove the surface mount cover from the camera
body.
2Remove the body cover, Attach the camera body
to the adapter ring.
 Please use the self-tapping screws included in
the kit. Do not use any other screws.
When you finish attaching the camera, refer to page EG- 7 .
Pass the cable through here.
EG-6
Attaching to a 4S junction box
Be sure to use the adapter ring to attach the camera body when embedding it in
the 4S junction box.
1
Attaching the adapter ring
Attach the adapter ring to the 4S junction box.
 Please use screws that are suitable for the 4S
junction box.
Connecting the cables
1
Connect the power cable.
 While using 12 V DC, connect the positive (+) side to “+12 V DC.”
12V DC connection
24V AC connection
 Do not tighten the screws to the extent that the adapter
ring is bent.
2
Attaching the camera body
1Remove the surface mount cover from the camera body.
2Remove the body cover, Attach the camera body
to the adapter ring.
 Please use the self-tapping screws included. Do
not use any other screws.
 Be sure to check that the cables are connected correctly before turning the power on.
 Turning on the power when the cables are connected with incorrect polarity may damage the camera.
 While using 24 V AC, use power supply marked “Class 2.”
2
Connect the video cable running from the monitor to the video relay
cable.
Connect the video cable running from the monitor to the video relay cable attached
to the camera body.
Connect the video cable
from the monitor here.
EG-7
B/W Fix terminal/Mode Selection terminal
This terminal can be used as a B/W Fix terminal and also as a Mode Selection
terminal that enables the dynamic switching of OSD settings. The mode selection
setting needs to be adjusted beforehand on the OSD setting screen. The picture
mode can be fixed at B/W by shorting the two contacts on the B/W Fix terminal.
Fixing the picture mode at B/W can prevent the picture from having a phenomenon in which continuous switching occurs between the color mode and B/W mode
under infrared illumination. The Mode Selection terminal allows switching between
Profile 1/Profile 2 selected on the OSD screen.
RS485 communication terminal (with communication function)
The RS485 communication function enables remote operation of the OSD function.
* For initial settings of camera for RS485 communication, please see “RS485
Menu” of the separate “OSD Operation Manual.”
RS485 communication terminal
B/W Fix terminal/Mode Selection terminal
 While connecting a shielded twisted pair cable to a
terminal [B/W Fix terminal, Communication terminal
(AWG 16-30)], peel off the cable by 5 mm from the
end.
Approximately 5 mm
Termination resistance switch (with communication function)
Infrared illumination and connection
 When using infrared illumination, please make sure to adjust the focal point of the lens
in color mode.
 If excessive infrared illumination causes the phenomenon above, set the picture mode
at B/W using the BW Fix terminal.
During the RS485 communication connection, turn on the termination resistance
switch of the camera connected at the end of the cable, and turn off all other
switches. Adjust the characteristic impedance of the cable used to the same level
as that of the termination resistance (120 Ω).
EG-8
Termination resistance switch
Attaching the service monitor
Use the service monitor cable to check and adjust camera direction, focus, and
angle on a service monitor.
2 When you have finished adjusting the direction of the lens, tighten the locking screw
with a screwdriver.
The service monitor is not supplied
in the cell. Please have one ready.
Locking screw
Adjusting the view angle, focus and iris
Adjusting the camera direction
The camera body is set in a tri-axial mounting allowing movement in the pan, tilt,
and rotational planes.
Move the lever to adjust focus and angle of view.
1 Adjust the direction of the lens so it faces the subject.
350° Pan
350° Rotation
Indicates the top of
the camera.
Focus/View angle
adjustment lever
180° Tilt
 Using the camera in a near-horizontal position will show the camera cover on screen.
 Forcibly adjusting the camera to point in directions beyond the limits of the mounting
may cause the cable to catch on internal components and damage the camera.
EG-9
Easy focus adjustment
Please make sure to adjust focus in a bright light environment.
With the OSD screen not displayed, activate the focus adjustment screen by
pressing and holding down the Menu Operation Switch in the UP direction (Jump
function). You can also activate the focus adjustment screen by selecting “Setup”
 “EZ Focus” on the OSD menu. The lens iris is forcibly kept open while this
screen is being displayed. The focus can be easily adjusted by using focus adjustment assisting functions such as edge enhancement, focus level bar indication,
and screen view zoom-up/down enabled by pressing the Menu Operation Switch
in the left/right direction. When the adjustment is completed, close the OSD menu.
* For details, please see “EZ Focus Menu” of the separate “OSD Operation
Manual.”
Installation and adjustment complete
1
Attach the body cover.
2Turn the inner cover. Then align the slit with the lens before attaching the dome
cover.
 Hold the dome cover over the lens and adjust
the focus so that the axis of the lens passes
through the center of the dome cover, as shown
in the right-hand side figure.
Axis
of the
lens
MODEL DESCRIPTION
ZC-DWN5212 NX A R
Setting the Menu Operation Switch

To adjust settings in the OSD menu, press and hold down the Menu Operation
Switch. The OSD menu appears, and here you can adjust various settings using
this switch.
Menu Operation
• Pressing the switch in the UP/DOWN/
Switch
LEFT/RIGHT direction moves the cursor
and allows you to select an item.
• Press the Menu Operation Switch to
confirm the item you have selected.
* For details, please see the separate “OSD
Operation Manual.”
R; RS-485 Communication (Manufacturer’s Option)
A; Auto-iris
NX; NTSC 700TVL resolution
Lens Focal Length 212; 2.8-12mm / 550; 5-50mm / 840; 8.5-40mm
N; True Day/Night or None; Digital Day/Night
W; WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) or None; EDR (Extended Dynamic Range)
ZC-DWN5212NXA ; WDR, True Day/Night, 2.8-12mm
ZC-D5550NXA
; EDR, Digital Day/Night, 5-50mm
EG-10
SPECIFICATIONS
Model No.
Focal length
Max. aperture ratio
Iris
TV system
Scanning system
Image sensor
Effective pixels
Scanning frequency
Video output
Horizontal resolution
Angle of view
(Wide to Tele)
Min. Illuminance
F1.3
Night mode
AGC Extreme
S/N ratio
Gamma characteristic
Sync. System
Electronic shutters
Digital Day/Night model
ZC-D5212NXA
D
H
V
50IRE
30IRE
Iris control
Wide Dynamic Rang (WDR)
Extended Dynamic Range (EDR)
Backlight Compensation (BLC)
White balance
SENS UP
Day/Night setting
Noise Reduction (2D/3D-DNR)
Electronic zoom
Defog
Profile setting
AGC
ALC
HLC
Easy focus
SENS UP: OFF
SENS UP: ON (x512)
SENS UP: OFF
SENS UP: ON (x512)
0.3 lx (Color) /
0.03 lx (B/W)
0.0006 lx (Color) / 0.00006 lx (B/W)
0.15 lx (Color) / 0.015 lx (B/W)
0.0003 lx (Color) / 0.00003 lx (B/W)
True Day/Night model
ZC-DN5212NXA
WDR Digital Day/Night model
WDR True Day/Night model
ZC-DW5212NXA
ZC-DWN5212NXA
2.8 mm - 12 mm
1 : 1.3
F1.3- F360C (DC auto iris)
NTSC
2 : 1 Interlace
1/3-type Interline transfer CCD
976 (H) x 494 (V)
15.734kHz (H) / 59.94Hz (V)
1.0V (p-p) / 75Ω
700 TVL
121.8° - 29.6°
98.2° - 23.8°
73.6° - 17.8°
0.08 lx (Color) /
0.008 lx (B/W)
0.3 lx (Color) /
0.03 lx (B/W)
0.08 lx (Color) /
0.008 lx (B/W)
0.00016 lx (Color) / 0.000016 lx (B/W)
0.0006 lx (Color) / 0.00006 lx (B/W)
0.00016 lx (Color) / 0.000016 lx (B/W)
0.04 lx (Color) /
0.004 lx (B/W)
0.15 lx (Color) / 0.015 lx (B/W)
0.04 lx (Color) /
0.004 lx (B/W)
0.00008 lx (Color) / 0.000008 lx (B/W)
0.0003 lx (Color) / 0.00003 lx (B/W)
0.00008 lx (Color) / 0.000008 lx (B/W)
More than 50dB (At minimum AGC gain)
0.45
Internal synchronization (INT.) / Line Lock (L.L.) : For 60Hz regions only
Electronic shutter ON: 1/60 s to 1/100,000 s.
* The shutter speed ranging from 1/1,000 s to 1/5,000 s can be set by 1/500 s
1/60 sec. fixed (Flickerless: OFF), 1/100 sec. fixed (Flickerless: ON)
DC / AES
—
Max 82dB
Enabled
—
ON / OFF
ATW (Normal / Wide) / AWB / Manual
ON: Auto (x2 to x512) / OFF
Auto / Color Fix / B / W Fix
Extreme / High / Middle / Low
ON (16 times max.) / OFF
Image correction ON / OFF
Standard / high sensitivity / casino / sodium vapor lamp / profile
ON (Extreme / High / Middle / Low) / OFF
-20 to +20
Detection level: 1-3 steps
Enabled
EG-11
Digital Day/Night model
ZC-D5212NXA
Model No.
Privacy Mask
Motion detection
Stabilizer
Monitor output mode
Communication function
Power source
Power consumption
DC12V
AC24V
Operating temperature/humidity
Storage temperature/humidity
External dimensions
Weight
Input/Output terminals
Video output
Service monitor output terminal
Power input
B/W Mode-Fix terminal
RS485 communication terminal
Adjustment switch
OSD switch
Termination resistance switch
Accessories
True Day/Night model
WDR Digital Day/Night model
WDR True Day/Night model
ZC-DN5212NXA
ZC-DW5212NXA
ZC-DWN5212NXA
ON (16 spots max., 10 colors, mosaic) / OFF
Detects all areas. 6 (horizontal) × 4 (vertical), 24 pixels in total (minimum block), sensitivity (1–10)
ON / OFF
CRT / LCD
RS485 communication, half duplex (models with communication function only)
24 V AC ± 10% (50/60 Hz ± 1 Hz) or 12 V DC ± 10%
180mA
230mA
190mA, 2.7W
240mA, 3.0W
-10°C to +50°C, 85% or lower humidity (no condensing)
-20°C to +60°C, 95% or lower humidity (no condensing)
144 (ø) mm x 110 (H) mm
500g
BNC
2P connector
2P screw terminal block
2P screw terminal block AWG16-30
2P screw terminal block AWG16-30 (models with communication function only)
Push-button switch with 5 contact points (in 4 directions and at a central point)
Slide switch (models with communication function only)
Cable for service monitor, Adapter ring, self-tapping screws (M4 × 20: 2 pcs.), Template, OSD Operation Manual, Instruction manual (this document)
* The specifications and/or appearance of the product may change without a prior notice.
Lens types
Digital Day/Night model
Model No.
EDR type
Model No.
Focal length
Iris
Min. Illuminance
Night mode
AGC Extreme
WDR type
Weight
50IRE
30IRE
SENS UP: OFF
SENS UP: ON (x512)
SENS UP: OFF
SENS UP: ON (x512)
ZC-D5550NXA
WDR Digital Day/Night model
ZC-DW5550NXA
5 mm - 50 mm
F1.3 - F360C (DC auto iris)
0.030 lx (B/W)
0.00006 lx (B/W)
0.015 lx (B/W)
0.00003 lx (B/W)
570g
ZC-D5025NXA
—
—
2.3 mm - 5.0 mm
F1.2 - F360C (DC auto iris)
0.027 lx (B/W)
0.000053 lx (B/W)
0.014 lx (B/W)
0.00003 lx (B/W)
510g
True Day/Night model
ZC-DN5840NXA
WDR True Day/Night model
ZC-DWN5840NXA
8.5 mm - 40 mm
F1.3 - F360C (DC auto iris)
0.008 lx (B/W)
0.000016 lx (B/W)
0.004 lx (B/W)
0.000008 lx (B/W)
560g
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