Manual 9087344

Manual 9087344
Components & Specifications
Product ID
Camera Type
Resolution / Imager
Input Voltage
Max Power
CAM 468CH
Color Hi-Res
540TVL, 1/3” CCD
12VDC / 24VAC ± 10%, 60Hz
< 3W
CAM 468DN
Day/Night
540TVL, 1/3” CCD
12VDC / 24VAC ± 10%, 60Hz
< 3.5W
CAM 586WD
Wide Dynamic
540TVL, 1/3” DPS
12VDC / 24VAC ± 10%, 60Hz
< 4W
Figure 1
Accessories
•
C/CS mount adapter
•
1/16” Allen wrench
•
4-pin auto-iris connector jack
(see diagram at right)
General Camera Setup Procedure
Pin
1. Remove the unit from its packaging. Remove the
cover cap from the front of the camera.
Video Iris
Lens
DC Iris
Lens
1
Power
Damp -
2. The camera is equipped with a standard CS-mount.
Optional C-Mount adapter included.
2
Null
Damp +
3. Screw the lens firmly onto the lens mount.
3
Drive +
4. Attach the 4-pin plug connector from the lens into the
4-pin jack in the body of the camera.
4
Video
Signal
Ground
Drive -
a. An unwired 4-pin is included in the hardware kit. Use this connector if the lens wires terminate as
flying leads. Refer to the chart below Figure 1 and the lens installation manual for wiring information.
5. Mount the camera in the desired location using either of the 1/4-20 tapped holes on the top and bottom of the
camera (see Figure 4).
6. Once mounted and oriented as desired, power the unit as follows:
a. If powering the camera with 12VDC, connect the +12v wire (typically red) into the leftmost contact
and -12v wire (typically black) into the middle contact (see Figure 2).
b. If powering the camera with 24VAC, the two power wires are interchangeable. Connect one to the
leftmost contact and one to the center contact (see Figure 3).
7. Once the unit is powered, a red LED will begin glowing below the power connector.
8. The BNC jack on the rear of the camera provides the video output feed. Connect a test monitor (or any
monitor that accepts BNC video input) to this jack to adjust the zoom and focus settings.
Depress the central
button to insert the power
Figure 2
Figure 3
Figure 4
Back-focus ring
Red
wire
1/4-20 Tapped hole
for Mounting Screw
Black
wire
Wired for 12 VDC
Red = +12vdc (hot)
Black = -12vdc (ground)
Wired for 24 VAC
Wires are interchangeable
when powering the unit with
24VAC.
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Set screw for
back-focus ring
General Camera Setup Procedures, Cont’d
9. Remove the lens cap, then adjust the zoom and focus knobs on the side of the lens as needed; tighten
the knobs once complete.
10. If the image will not come into focus, make the following adjustments:
a. Adjust the focus all the way to Far (or infinity).
b. Point the camera at an image at least 5-inches away.
c. Loosen the set screw which holds the silver back-focus ring in place using the provided 1/16”
Allen wrench (see Figure 4).
d. Turn the lens and ring together in a counter-clockwise direction until the image comes into focus.
e. Tighten the set screw and ensure the back-focus ring is held firmly in place.
11. If any additional adjustments to the image are necessary, review the camera functions in the section
corresponding to the type of camera purchased.
12. Disconnect the test monitor and connect the camera to the BNC cable leading back to the monitoring
station or recording device.
Additional Camera Functions and Settings
CAM 468CH – Color High-Resolution Camera
Figure 5
A set of 6 dip switches is used to adjust the features of this camera.
Number 1 refers to the topmost switch, number 6 the bottommost.
1. Iris Switch
a. Set to Video when using a Video Iris lens and DC when
using a DC Iris lens.
b. Note: Set switch 3 to ‘NOR’ when using any Auto-Iris
lens.
2. Back Light Compensation
a. Set switch to BLC when the image involves a bright
background. Camera will attempt to optimize the image
based on the conditions in the center of the image.
b. Note: BLC should not be used in normal lighting
conditions.
3. Electronic Shutter
a. Set switch to ES to automatically adjust the shutter speed between 1/60 to 1/100,000 seconds to
compensate for the lighting conditions of the scene.
b. Set switch to NOR when using an auto-iris lens or when flickering occurs under a bright fluorescent
light. Shutter speed will remain constant at 1/60 seconds.
4. NightView (AGC)
a. Set switch to NightView to extend the low-light performance of the camera. The camera will
automatically switch to high sensitivity black & white mode under low light conditions.
b. When switch is set to NOR, the camera will remain in color mode at all times.
5. Anti-Color Rolling (ACR)
a. Serious color rolling may appear over the image if the electricity frequency differs greatly from the
standard frequency. Enabling ACG can remove or reduce color rolling in these situations.
b. Note: Set switch to Off if no color rolling occurs.
6. White Balance
a. ATW (Auto Tracking White balance) setting allows camera to automatically adjust for optimal color
reproduction.
b. AWB (Automatic White Balance) setting causes the camera to select a value between 2700K and
10,000K and remains constant.
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CAM 468DN – Day / Night Camera
Figure 6
Press the center button of directional pad (See Figure 6) to access the camera’s On Screen Display (OSD) menu and to
step back one screen. Press up or down to navigate between settings, press left or right to change values or enter a submenu.
Setting Name
Setting Values
Default Setting Description
General……………………………………………………….. Press left or right to enter sub-menu
Camera ID………. ID Off, or Set 0 - 255……. Off……………
Displays camera ID in top-right corner of video
Color……………. On / Off………………
On……………
Toggle between color and black and white (B/W) mode
Mirror…………… On / Off………………
Off….………..
Flips the video output horizontally when set to On
Hi-Resolution……. On / Off………………
On……………
Set to On to enable 540 TVL resolution
Sharpness….. .….. Off, Low, Mid, High……... Off………..….
Increases crispness of image
Color Suppress….. On / Off……………..…
Off…..……….
When On, camera switches to B/W mode in low light
Aperture Suppress.. On / Off……………….
Off………..…..
Reduces overlap of images in low light
Backlight……………………………………………………..
Press left or right to enter sub-menu
Off………………
n/a…………………….
n/a……………
Shutter speed adjust to light levels to provide brighter image.
Sens…………….. 0 – 255……………….
40…………….
When “SENS” is highlighted on-screen, press down, then left or
right to adjust values. Enter value for gain level to control
brightness of image. Shutter speed to remains constant at 1/60sec
Area 1
0 – 15…….……
15
- Select the desired Area (1-5), see diagram at left for layout
Area 5
Area 2
0 – 15…………..
15
- The light levels of the entire screen will be adjusted
Area 3 Area Area 1 Area 0 – 15………..
15
according to the light levels seen in the selected area
Area 4 3 Area 2 4 0 – 15……….....
15
(i.e. if Area 3 is selected, and Area 3 is dark on the
screen,
Area 5
0 – 15…………..
15
the entire screen will be brightened until Area 3 is
visible)
- The Unweighted Level can be set from 0 – 15, with zero
being the minimum and 15 being the maximum (50dB)
Day and Night.......... Auto/Day/Night/Ext……... Auto………….
Enter sub-menu to select by pressing left or right
Auto…………………………………………………………
Automatically switch between color and B/W depending on lighting
Day to Night…… 0 – 255………………
235………….
Adjust the threshold value of color to B/W transition
Night to Day…… 0 – 255………………..
160………….
Adjust the threshold value of B/W to color transition
Day……………..
n/a…………………….
n/a…………….. Camera stays in color mode at all times
Night……………. n/a……………………
n/a…………….. Camera stays in B/W mode at all times
External………….. n/a……………………
n/a…………….. Remotely switch camera from color to B/W modes (see next page)
Privacy…………… On / Off………………
Off…………..
Selecting On launches sub-menu to configure masking zones
Mask Number….. 1-8……………………
1…………….
8 mask zones are available - each must be defined as it is turned
on
Mask Set………... On / Off………………..
On……………. Turn each mask zone on or off
H. Start Position…. 0 – 255………………
117…………… Adjusts the left side of the mask zone horizontally
H. End Position….. 0 – 255………………
141…………… Adjusts the right side of the mask zone horizontally
V. Start Position….. 0 – 255………………
080…………… Adjusts the top side of the mask zone vertically
V. End Position….. 0 – 255……………..
103…………… Adjusts the bottom of the mask zone vertically
Mask Color……… Multiple Color Options….. Grey………….
Choose the color of the mask zone. Multiple colors available.
WBC Mode…………………………………………………….
White Balance Control Mode, press left or right to enter sub-menu
Anti-Color Rolling… On / Off……………….
Off……………. Reduces color rolling when AC frequency is less than 49.9Hz
Note: Must be set to Off to enable the following functions
Auto Trace WB…... On / Off……………….
On…..……….
Adjust white balance automatically (color temp 2,600 – 6,000K)
Push……………. On / Off………………
Off……………. Adjusts white balance when color temp is between 2,300 –
10,000K
Indoor………….
On / Off………………
Off……………. May provide better white balance indoors depending on lighting
Fluorescent Light… On / Off…………….......
Off……………. Improves images in environments with fluorescent lighting
Outdoor…………. On / Off…………….......
Off……..……..
May provide better white balance outdoors depending on sunlight
Manual WB……… Adjust…………………..
n/a……………. Press left or right to manually adjust the white balance
AE Mode............................................................................................ Auto Exposure Mode, press to left or right enter submenu
Flickerless……… Off/Norm/LLFL/FIXS…….. Off…………..
Change settings to reduce flickering if present in video output
Note: Flickerless must be set to Off when adjusting AE Shutter
AE………………. On / Off………………
On……………
Shutter speed auto-adjusts to allow acceptable amt. of light
AI……………….. On / Off………………..
Off……………
Set to On when using an auto-iris lens
AE Shutter……….. On / Off………………..
Off……………
Sets the shutter speed to a constant, user-selected speed
Shutter………….. Shutter speed…………… 1/50………….
Range of speeds, 1/50 allows most light, 1/10K allows least light
Manual…………. On / Off……………….
Off……………
Allows adjustment of both shutter speed and gain control
Shutter………….. Shutter Speed…………… 1/50………….
Range of speeds, 1/50 allows most light, 1/10K allows least light
AGC…………….
Gain…………………...
5dB………….
Increase gain to compensate for dark images
Initial………………………………………………………….
Restores camera to its factory default settings. Press left or right to
restore defaults. Camera will automatically reset.
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CAM 468DN – Day / Night Camera Functions and Settings Cont’d
Figure 8
Pin Designation of the I/O Port on the rear of the camera
Figure 7
Pin
1
4
7
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Utilization
RS232 Tx
RS232 Rx
RS232 Ground
Not Connected
Not Connected
Ground
External Trigger
+5 V
Color
Black
Brown
Orange
Blue
Green
Yellow
White
Red
Note: A second black wire can be found in the cable harness included with the camera. The larger gauge (larger
diameter) black wire is connected to the outer shield of the plug. The smaller gauge (smaller diameter) black wire is
connected to Pin 1.
CAM 586WD – Wide Dynamic Range Camera Settings & Functions
Press the center button of directional pad (See Figure 6) to access the camera’s On Screen Display
(OSD) menu and to step back one screen. Press up or down to navigate between settings, press
left or right to change values or enter a sub-menu.
Setting Name
Setting Values
Default Setting Description
Language………… English, Chinese………… English………… Select the language to be displayed on-screen
WDR Setup………
Auto, High, Low, Custom…Auto…………
Select a preset level, or custom to manually set Bias and Limit
Basic Setup……………………………………………………
Press the center button to enter sublevel
Video Signal…………………………………………………
Press the center button to enter sublevel
Video Format...... NTSC, PAL…………...
NTSC………… Select the appropriate type of electrical system
Video Level…… 80 min 150 max……….. 100…………… Increases / decreases the sensitivity of the imager
Mirror…………..
Off / Hor. / Vert. / Both… Off………….
Press left or right to select the type of mirror
Image Adjust…………………………………………………
Press the center button to enter sublevel
Gamma Mode… Auto / Manual………….. Auto………….
Press the center button when Manual is highlighted to adjust
Gamma…….. 25 min to 100 max …...... 45……………
Controls the overall brightness of the image (100 = darkest)
Sharpness……… -8 min to +8 max……… 0……………
Softens or sharpens the image. Noise may become apparent
Saturation……… -8 min to +8 max……… 0…………….
Lower value reduces the color level (saturation) of the image
Title…………………………………………………………
Press the center button to enter sublevel
Display……….. Off / On………………..
Off……………. On setting causes title to be overlaid over image
Title…………..
8 alphanumerics……….. Camera_1……. Press the center button when “Title” is highlighted. Cursor will
move over the first letter. Left / right button changes letter, center
button moves to next letter. Up to 8 letters and/or numbers can be
entered.
Position………. UL/UC/UR/LL/LR……… Up-Left……….. Select upper-right, upper-center, etc. 5 Presets available
Lens Select…….. DC / Video / Manual…… DC……………
Match this setting to the type of lens attached to the camera
Sync……………
Int 1 / Int 2 / LL………… Int 1 …………. Determines the type of synchronization to be used. Press the
center button when LL (Line Lock) is highlighted to manually select
a phase value from zero to 624. This would permit you to setup all
cameras on the same system with the same parameter to eliminate
rolling which switching video sources. INT 1 is locked to the
internal clock at 59.94 Hz. INT 2 is locked to the internal clock at
60.01 Hz.
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CAM 586WD – Wide Dynamic Range Camera Settings & Functions, Cont’d
Setting Name
Setting Values
Default Setting
Exposure.........................................................................................
White Balance….. Multiple – see below……. ATW……………
ATW……………………………………
ATW Extend……………………………..
Description
Press the center button to enter sublevel
Multiple selections available, described below
Continuously adjusts the white balance of the video automatically
Camera performs like in ATW mode, but desaturation begins when
the calculated color temperature goes below 2800K or above
7500K (for sodium lighting).
AWG…………………………………..
Manually set the white level by pointing the camera at a white
surface (wall, paper) and selecting the Save option. The color
temperature will be written to ROM (memory) and will remain
constant until the user saves over that value.
Manual…………………………………..
Allows the user to adjust the red/blue color composition of the
image. Move the red/blue sliders left and right to increase or
decrease the red or blue elements in the image. Red default = -18,
Blue default = 13.
AE PREFs……….. Highlight / Shadow……… Highlight………. Optimize the exposure when high dynamic range light is detected.
Highlight……………………………….
Optimizes scene for highlights. Bright parts of the image are most
visible, and dark parts of the image appear darkest.
Shadow…………………………………..
Optimizes scene for shadows. Dark parts of the image are most
visible. Light parts of the image may saturate.
Gain Setup………. High / Med / Low / Cust…. Medium……….. Higher Gain values provide brighter images. Custom details below.
Custom…………………………………..
Manually set Bias (increase or decrease in brightness) and Limit
(bias only increases to a certain value).
Low Light……….. Gain / Slow Shutter…....... Slow Shutter…. Sets how the camera reacts to low light conditions. Details below.
Gain Mode……………………………….
Gain increases as light decreases up to the value defined by Limit
in the Gain Setup submenu. The dynamic range is not decreased
as gain increases, the signal and noise are both amplified. The
higher the gain, the noisier the image. In Gain Mode there is no
motion blurring.
Slow Shutter Mode………………………..
The camera uses a combination of increasing Gain and slowing the
shutter speed to compensate for decreased light levels. Set the
Shutter Speed limit to x2, x4, x8, x16, x32. “x2” means the shutter
speed is half the normal rate. For example, if the shutter speed is
1/60, the x2 setting will reduce the shutter speed to 1/30. Slowing
the shutter speed can improve the image, but motion blurring can
occur.
Advanced Setup
Zone Exposure………………………………………………
Many installations include multiple light sources or unusual lighting
conditions. The camera can uses meter zones to manage the
image. A light or color reference can be set which forces the
camera to adjust the rest of the image based on that reference.
Meter Mode…… Foreground / Background……………….… Selects either the Foreground or Background for metering
exposure, white balance, and dynamic range. In foreground mode,
the camera analyzes both brightness and color elements in the
meter zone, then it adjust these elements throughout the entire
image. In background mode, the camera analyzes the light levels
in the meter zone, then it enhances the detail for backlight objects
that would otherwise appear as silhouettes.
F.G. Presets……. Multiple………………..
Full Screen……. Select Full Screen, Most_Screen, Center Spot, or Lower 1/3
F.G. Zones……………………………………………….
Enable and modify Foreground Zones 1-4
Enable Zones.. Only 1/2/3/4…….……… Only 1………… Select which Foreground Zone to enable (only 1 active at a time)
Adjust Zones……………………………………………..
See below for adjustment procedures.
B.G. Zones…………………………………………………
Enable and modify Background Zones 1-4
Enable Zones.. Only 1/2/3/4……………. Only 1…….….
Select which Background Zone to enable (only 1 active at a time)
Adjust Zones…………………………………………….
See below for adjustment procedures.
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CAM 586WD – Wide Dynamic Range Camera Settings & Functions, Cont’d
Setting Name
Setting Values
Default Setting Description
Zone Adjustment Procedures……………………………….
Privacy Mask Setup………………………………………….
Privacy Mask….. On / Off…….……………Off…………..
Masks 1 through 6………………………………………..
Mask Color……. Red / White / Black…….
Save/Default………. Save / Default…………
Red……………
Save…………..
Exit Menu…………………………………………………….
Highlight the enabled zone and press the center key to adjust it.
When the zone is White it can be moved around the image. Press
the center button to turn the zone Green. When it is Green the
zone can only be expanded. Press the center button again to turn
the zone Red. When it is Red the zone can only be shrunk. Press
the center button again to return to White. Press and hold the
center button for 2 seconds to return to the previous menu. Note:
Zone 4 will appear invisible at first because it takes up the whole
screen. Press the center button twice to turn it Red, at which point
the zone can be shrunk back into view.
Block out a portion (or multiple portions) of the output image. Press
center button to enter submenu.
Select On and press center button to adjust masks 1-6
To enable a mask and modify it, highlight the desired mask and
press Right to adjust the setting to On. Press the center button
once to begin modifying it. A gray area will appear on the screen
(on initial setup the box is small. While the box is gray it can be
moved around the screen. Press the center button causes the gray
area to turn blue, at which point the size of the mask zone can be
adjusted. Press left, right, up, and down to create the desired mask
zone. Pressing the center button again will turn the zone gray.
Move the zone if needed, or press and hold the center button to
return to the previous menu. Up to 6 mask zones can be enabled
at the same time.
Select the color of the mask zone as it will appear on the video.
Select Save to write the current settings to memory, or Default to
reset the settings to the factory defaults.
Removes the On Screen Display from the video output.
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