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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 1. Read all of these instructions. 2. Save these instructions for later use. 3. All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. Unplug this appliance system from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. 5. Do not use attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer as they may cause hazards. 6. Do not use this appliance near water – for example,


WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. Thank you for purchsing this product. (These instructions are for TK-C676E) Before beginning to operate this unit, please read the instruction manual carefully in order to make sure that the best possible performance is obtained. Contents Introduction Features ......................................................................................................................................


Introduction Features  DSP with a wide dynamic range Even objects that have a large difference in brightness can be monitored clearly.  Day/night surveillance When the light is low, the camera pictures can be switched automatically to black and white pictures. The camera is also compatible with IR illumination (wavelength 850 nm to 880 nm).  Private masking facility When the camera target area contains an area that is required to be hidden the camera can be set accordingly in order to mask it


Precautions for Correct Operation ● In auto iris mode, when the AGC circuit is ON, varying the iris with the Note on consumable parts iris control button may not change the picture brightness. This is due to The following parts are consumable and should be replaced the automatic gain boost by the AGC circuit. In this case, set AGC to after a certain number of hours or a count of operations. OFF or use the manual iris mode. The service lives given below are only typical values. They ● In auto i


Introduction Controls, Connectors and Indicators  Camera body  Ceiling Mount 0 Cover 87 96 Pin 1 of alarm output terminal 9 (CN24) Pin 1 of CONTROL terminal 8 (CN22) Pin 1 of ALARM I/O terminal 7 (CN23) 1 5 2 Pin 1 of alarm input terminal 6 34 (CN26) (Connector side) (Terminal Pin Layout) [VIDEO OUT] Coaxial Cable Connectors [ALARM I/O] Input/Output Terminals (CN23) 1 7 Output connector of a composite video signal (1 V(p-p)) Terminals for Alarm input 1 and Alarm output 1. with an output im


& ^ % # $ * ⁄ ! # @ ( ) (Setting switch side) Cover Connector (Male) 0 ^ For protection against water drips. Slit the rubber cap on Connect to , the Female Camera Connector on the Ceil- ! this cover and pass the cable through the slits. ing Mount. P. 14  Drop Prevention Wire & Attach this wire to the Drop Prevention Hook on the @ Camera Connector (Female) ! Ceiling Mount. Connect to , the Male Connector on the camera. ^ Camera Clamping Bracket * Drop Prevention Hook @ In order to clamp the c


7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 Connections & Installation A Multi-Drop Communication System  A system that employs the RM-P2580 as the controller The following figure shows a system that can accommodate up to eight cameras. (64 positions can be preset per camera.) Control signal cable Observe the following points when connecting compo- TK-C676 Coaxial cable Camera 1 nents together: • Turn all the components off before proceeding. AC 24 V power supply • Read the instruction manuals of all components befor


 A system that does not employ the RM-P2580 as the controller MEMO Be sure to terminate the control signal cable at both ends. The cables (length of stub) connecting pieces of non-terminated equipment (cameras or controllers) must be as short as possible. If the length of stub is too long, control precision may suffer. ● When the controller is not located at the end of a system. (An AC 24V power source must be supplied to each camera) CONTROL Cable Length of stub Length of stub CAM1 CAM2 CAM31


Connections & Installation Point-to-Point Communication System The following illustration shows a system in which a remote control unit (or a similar piece of equipment) controls a single camera. Video out Control signal cable AC 24 V power supply Monitor Switch 4 : OFF (Point to Point) Switch 8 : ON Controller (Terminated 110Ω ) Observe the following points when connecting components together: • Turn all the components off before proceeding. • Read the instruction manuals of all components befo


Use twisted-pair cables for the connections. ●Duplex ●Simplex When the camera is controlled using the full duplex proto- When the camera is controlled using the simplex trans- col, set Switch 5 to OFF. mission protocol, set Switch 5 to ON. Camera Controller Camera Controller RX+ TX+ RX+ TX+ RX– TX– RX– TX– TX+ RX+ Two wires must be connected. TX– RX– Four wires must be connected. For example (connection with an RM-P2580) Camera RM-P2580 RX+ C C TX+ RX– D D TX– TX+ A A RX+ TX– B B RX– E-1


Connections & Installation Switch Settings Set the switches on the Ceiling Mount before installing the camera. Settings vary according to configuration of the system used.  Setting switches Switch 1 Reserved This switch must be set “OFF” Switch 2 Switch 3 DISP Switch 4 PROTOCOL(1) Switch 5 PROTOCOL(2) Switch 6 SYNC Switch 7 Reserved This switch must be set “OFF” Switch 8 RX TERM ● Switches 1, 2 ● SYNC (Switch 6) When this switch is set to ON, the vertical sync of the camera These switches must


7 7 4 4 6 6 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 4 1 1 3 3  Setting switches Figure of 1 Figure of 10 ● Machine ID MEMO When using a multi-drop system with a remote control unit In a system using an RM-P2580, multiple cameras are connected such as a RM-P2580, the machine IDs need to be set for by a single set of control cables. An error in the switch setting of each camera. even a single camera will make the entire system inoperable. Machine IDs are used to identify each of the multiple cam- eras connected to the RM-


Connections & Installation Cable Connections Connect cables to the Ceiling Mount as described below. 1. Make a 90 mm diameter hole in the ceiling. 4. Connect the cables. Connect the cables to the terminals on the Ceiling Mount. The four connection cables should consist of a AC 24V Diameter 90 mm power cable, a coaxial cable, a control signal cable and an alarm signal cable. Control signal cable To a remote controller 2. Remove the cover from the Ceiling Mount. such as RM-P2580 Alarm signal cabl


Coaxial cable Alarm signal cables P. 6  Connecting a RG-59 coaxial cable. Alarm output terminals (CN24) If a RG-11 coaxial cable is used it cannot be con- Connect the provided 4P Alarm cable to these terminals. nected directly to the terminal board. To use such a cable, connect a RG-59 cable to the camera and then connect the RG-11 cable to the RG-59 cable. Alarm input/output terminals Treat the extremity of the coaxial cable as shown below (CN23) before connecting it. Fold back the mesh wires


Connections & Installation Attaching the Ceiling Mount To a ceiling slab or channel 1. Attaching a safety wire. Attach a safety wire to the ceiling mount and to the ceil- ing slab or channel to prevent the unit from dropping. First attach the safety wire to the ceiling mount by pass- ing the wire through the safety wire hole (see the dia- Safety wire hole gram on the left). MEMO ● Connect the wire so that it can be insulated from the ceiling struc- ture. If the ceiling structure is made of a me


Ceiling Mount 2. Ensure that the lock screw is loose. Lock screw The camera cannot be attached properly if the lock screw of the Ceiling Mount is too tight. Camera 3. Fit the camera. Camera clamping Check the position of the camera clamping bracket and bracket that of the lock screw, and fit the camera onto the ceiling mount. Camera clamping bracket 4. Rotate the camera. Make sure that the camera is horizontal, then turn the camera clockwise until it stops. Ensure that the camera- clamping bra


Setting Up the Camera Using an RM-P2580 Setup Procedure In systems using an RM-P2580 remote control unit, the menus for use during camera setup can be displayed on the remote control unit. (Please refer to the instructions for RM-P2580.) MENU button Power switch 1. Set the Power switch on the rear panel of the RM- (Rear panel) SET button P2580 to ON. The POWER lamp lights up. POWER lamp REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RM-P2580 CAMERA POSITION SETUP POWER ALARM ME


Menu Screen Flow The menu screens are arranged in a hierarchical structure as shown below. Refer to the respective reference pages for the details of each menu. Normal screen P.20  SE TUP –– C AME R A F UNC T I ON – – POS I T I ON S E T U P . . V.PHASE 0 CAME RA . . POS . T I T L E L OC . U P - L CON T RO L U N I T . . F L I P D IGI TA L VAR . P / T S PEED ON EASY A F OF F D. ZOOM MAX X2 PR IVATE MASK. . P.21  ––– CAMERA T I T L E / A L ARM––– CAM . TITLE ED IT. . ARE A T I T L E O F F SET


Setting Up the Camera Using an RM-P2580 CAMERA FUNCTION Screen This screen sets up the functions of the camera itself. Item Function & Setting Initial Value V. PHASE This adjusts the vertical synchronization to those of other cameras when a selector 0 switch for the synchronizing system on the Ceilling Mount is at LL. (50 Hz power region only.) When it is not set to LL, “---” will appear, disabling change the set value. Setting values : –156 to 0 to 156 POS. TITLE LOC. Sets the location of the

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