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Safety information CAUT CAUTION 1. D e RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN 2. D h CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS 3. If INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. it 4. R This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consisting a risk of electric shock is d present within this unit. 5. K This exclamation point symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important 6. In operating and maintenance (se
ENG Safety information 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 140°F), low temperature (below -14°F), or high humidity. Doing so may cause ﬁ re or electric shock. RTS 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 f
Important Safety Instructions WARNING 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. 8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other apparatus (including ampliﬁ ers) that produce heat. 9. Do not defeat the safety p
ENG Contents Introduction Features 6 PRODUCT & ACCESSORIES 7 Part Names and Functions 8 Installation Connecting the Auto Iris Lens Connector 11 Mounting the lens 11 Connecting cables and checking operation 12 How to use OSD Menu es Using Icons in the Menu 13 wide Main Menu 13 sult Proﬁ le 14 Camera Setup 16 and Intelligence 22 Privacy zone Setup 23 Other Set 24 System Information 25 Language 25 Speciﬁ cations have Speciﬁ cations 26 y, or
Introduction FEATURES ❖ High Resolution ❖ P � This camera has realized high resolution of 600 lines using the top-notch full digital image processing and special algorithm technologies. � ❖ Intelligent Motion Detection & Tracking � This is an intelligent function that automatically detects a motion of an object. You can set a virtual fence so it sounds an alert if an object passes / enters /exits the virtual fence or virtual area. ❖ XDR (eXtended Dynamic Range) � Actively controls the gamma co
ENG Introduction ❖ Product & Accessories and � Main Product t e. ra Camera � Accessories C Mount Adapter User’s Manual Camera Holder(Mount) Auto Iris Lens Connector t English – 7
Introduction ❖ R PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS ❖ Side View Mount Adapter Fixing Grooves Auto Iris Lens Camera Lens Connector Auto Iris Lens Control Cable � Auto Iris Lens Connector This groove is used for screwing the mount adapter, a part of the bracket where the camera will be installed. � Auto Iris Lens Control Cable This cable transmits the power and signals from the camera for controlling the Auto Iris Lens. � Mount Adapter Fixing Grooves These grooves are used when ﬁ xing screws of the mount a
ENG Introduction ❖ Rear Panel
Introduction Input/Output Connector CO This connector has input and output ports for, DAY/NIGHT switching, CO and alarm output signals. No. Function Description 1 ALARM OUT Alarm out port for motion detection. (Open collector type) 2 GND Grounding Port. Displays the current still image when it receives the Trigger signal. 3 TRIGGER IN (Normal Open Type) This is a port for selecting an external high speed shutter mode. 4 SHUTTER (S0) Conn If connected in LOW (0V), it will become ON inside
ENG Installation CONNECTING THE AUTO IRIS LENS MOUNTING THE LENS CONNECTOR When using the CS lens Mount the CS lens by rotating it clockwise as shown in the picture: CS lens Connect each uncovered shutter control cables to the Auto Iris Lens Connector as the following When using the C lens Pin DC Control After mounting the C-mount adapter by rotating it Video Control Type No. Type clockwise, turn the C lens clockwise until it is ﬁ xed as shown in the picture. 1 Damp(-) Power (+12V) 2 Damp(
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R U ND R R N D UN H N 1 L O 5 23G GG 67 5 O 4 8 G 1. ALA AM O T 5. SHUTTER(S1) 2. G 6. SHUTTER(S2) 34 . T . SH IG UG TT EER I(SO)78 . . 5VA O Y/ TIG T I . A ARAM UT . SHUTTER(S1) . . T N R D I ER IN . .SH V U TT U E T R(S2) . SHUTTER(SO) . DAY/NI HT IN Installation CONNECTING CABLES AND USI CHECKING OPERATION � E ③ Finally connect the power adapter to the ① Connect one end of the BNC cable to the B camera. You can connect 2 lines of the power VIDEO OUT Port on
ENG How to use OSD Menu USING ICONS IN THE MENU MAIN MENU � (EXIT) Exits the menu setting. MAIN MENU PROFILE Before you exits the menu setting, select SAVE to wer CAMERA SET save your settings, or select QUIT to cancel. INTELLIGENCE � (RET) PRIVACY ZONE OTHER SET Returns to the previous menu. SYSTEM INFO LANGUAGE � (HOME) Returns to the main menu. � (SAVE) Used to save your settings of MASK AREA, � PROFILE PRIVACY ZONE and more. Once you save your settings, they will remain Yo
How to use OSD Menu PROFILE PROFILE Pr M STANDARD ITS BACKLIGHT DAY/NIGHT GAMING CUSTOM In the PROFILE menu, you can conﬁ gure the following camera settings at once. CAMERA SET Menu STANDARD ITS BACKLIGHT DAY/NIGHT GAMING Previous Sub-menus D Menu IRIS ALC ALC ALC ALC ALC ALC -- --- LENS DC DC DC DC DC LEVEL 0 0 0 0 0 BACKLIGHT OFF OFF - OFF OFF User setting User setting User setting User setting WEIGHT MID allowed allowed allowed allowed ❖ IT User setting User setting User setting User
ENG How to use OSD Menu CAMERA SET Menu STANDARD ITS BACKLIGHT DAY/NIGHT GAMING Previous Sub-menus Menu MODE ATW2 ATW1 ATW1 ATW1 ATW1 RED 00 000 BLUE 0 0 0 0 0 NIGHT - - - - - User setting User setting User setting BRIGHTNESS MID MID allowed allowed allowed MODE OFF ATW2 OFF ATW2 OFF User setting User setting User setting RED 0 0 allowed allowed allowed User setting User setting User setting BLUE 0 0 allowed allowed allowed DETAIL 2 2 2 2 2 g ❖ ITS g It will be set automatically so you ca
How to use OSD Menu ❖ CAMERA ID [OFF, ON] CAMERA SETUP CAMERA ID CAMERA SET ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0 ② CAMERA ID OFF 123456789 :?-+*()/ IRIS ALC MOTION (F.FAST)--- DNR MID SHUTTER OFF SP SP LOCATION SENS-UP AUTO X4 CAMERA-1.................. FLICKERLESS (OFF)--- ........................... XDR MID The CAMERA ID menu is used for you to assign a unique name to a camera. If you press the SETUP switch with the CAMERA ID menu DAY/NIGHT AUTO selected, you
ENG How to use OSD Menu The LEVEL menu is used to adjust the BLC area. overall brightness, where “+” will increase the brightness and “–” will decrease it. ELC LEVEL ----I---- ② If you set the BACKLIGHT option to BLC, BACKLIGHT BLC you will see a menu where you can set the AREA USER BLC area.
How to use OSD Menu [OFF, AUTO 1/100(PAL:1/120), AUTO 1/250, AGC FIX AUTO 1/500, AUTO 1/1000, AUTO 1/2000, AUTO LEVEL  1/4000, AUTO 1/10K , 1/100(PAL:1/120), 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10K , EXT] The SHUTTER menu is used to set the ﬁ xed No high-speed electronic shutter, auto high speed – electronic shutter and external high speed electronic shutter(EXT). You can select one of 7 options from 1/100(PAL:1/120) – to 1/10K for the ﬁ xed high speed
ENG How to use OSD Menu level. 1/4000 OFF ON ON UTO ❖DAY/NIGHT [DAY,NIGHT,AUTO,] 0, 1/10K ON ON ON � DAY If set to DAY, it will be ﬁ xed to DAY mode Note : d regardless of the ambient conditions. – If IRIS mode is set to ELC, the SHUTTER menu will be deactivated as you adjust the brightness using the � NIGHT electronic shutter. /120) If set to NIGHT, it will be ﬁ xed to Black-and-White – If the SENS-UP function is set to AUTO, only items of r, mode regardless of the ambient conditio
How to use OSD Menu You can select from LOW, MID and HIGH for RED and BLUE. The screen will be displayed in – the brightness of DAY NIGHT, which is a colors according to your settings. brightness level in switching from the color ﬁ lter – Fo WHITE BAL to Black-and-White. Closing to LOW from HIGH 5 DAY/NIGHT DAY will switch the ﬁ lter in a low contrast scene. MODE AWC � The DWELL TIME of DAY NIGHT is a time RED ----I---- required to determine the need for switching the BLUE [0
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