High Speed Pan Tilt Camera Programming Manual V10.1

INTEGRATED HIGH SPEED PAN TILT CAMERA

INSTALLATION&PROGRAMMING MANUAL

(English Version V10.1)


Catalogue

Chapter 1: FORWARD

  1.1 FORWARD

  1.2 Appearance

  1.3 Function explanation

Chapter 2 Notice proceeding of Installation

2.1 Safety Notice

2.2 Preparation of installation

2.3 Notice of installation

Chapter 3 Notice proceeding of Installation

3.1 Pedestal stand mode

3.2 Wall stand mode

Chapter 4:TECHNICAL PARAMETER

4.1 Structure

4.2 Rotation Index

4.3 Electric Index

4.4 Camera module Parameter

4.5 IR lamps Parameter

Chapter 5 OPERATION

5.1 Auto configure after Power On

  5.2 Basic Function Operation

  5.3 Special Function Preset

5.4screen character display

Chapter 6 OSD OPERATION

6.1 Operation Introduction

6.2 Main Menu

6.3 Second Menu

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6.4 Camera MenuⅠ

6.5 Camera MenuⅡ

6.6 Pan/Tilt Menu

6.7 Power on Mode

6.8 Privacy Zone Menu

6.9 Camera Reset

6.10 wiper using

Appendix 1 Dial Switching Setting

Appendix 2 Pelco P Protocol

Appendix 3 Pelco D Protocol

Appendix 4 Troubleshooting and Resolution

Chapter 1: FORWARD

1. 1 FORWARD

This manual introduces the function, installation and operation of the integrated high speed pan tilt camera in details. Please thoroughly familiarize yourself with the information in this manual prior to installation.

This series pan tilt camera is specially designed for airport, frontier defense, customs, highway etc. It has many features: reliable, stable, airproof, waterproof, acid water proof, be able to bear of high temperature, aging, strong wind and so on. It adapt to the following hard conditions, such as high wind power, gap difference temperature conditions, high electromagnetism and thunder disturb, and all day working conditions.

This series pan tilt integrated with high speed decoder, pan tilt, shield, heater, defrost devise, wiper and so on. The optical module with a changeable focus lens which is DSP (Digital Signal Processing) camera.
Protocol P/D is used in this pan tilt cameras. It can support most popular system platforms, such as: PELCO. This manual will not explain the operation of other system if connecting with other system, please contact with the system manufacture or dealer.

1.2 Appearance


1.3 Function explanation

  • 1.3.1 MAIN FUNCTION FEATURES

● Pan tilt camera use high strength all-alloy material, it is waterproof, and be able to bear of high temperature, aging, and erosion.

● Accurate motor driving, stable operation, sensitive reaction and accurate orientation

● For indoor/outdoor use

Support presets, auto scanning mode and preset tour

RS-485 feed back the orientation the pan& tilt

Baud rate: 1200/2400/4800/9600b selectable

 Pedestal and wall mount installation.

● High reliability and the internal data will not lost after power cutoff

● The pan/tilt orientation display and camera zoom display

Built-in function menu, the function of camera and pan/tilt can be set.

support all kind of popular integrated camera module

● Powering on state setting: can be set by in-built menu

● Several kinds of auto scanning mode, the speed can be set by built- in menu

Functions of video freeze, WDR and BLC.


Privacy masking function.

IR lamps are available for better night vision effect.

● Day&night camera can be set into auto/single color/single black mode according to the circumstance’s need.

● Pattern track memory function, can record the preset transfer and all standard P/T/Z track.

● Control speed can be adjusted automatically: Pan/tilt speed and the depth of zoom lens decline proportionally

● 128 preset positions, precision error less than 0.05 0

● Alterable auto scan speed: 10~400 /sec can be set by the in-built menu

● 8 preset tour functions, dwell time can be set to 2-60/sec

Pan rotation: 3600 continuously rotating, with 180°auto-flipfunction for tilt

● Tilt rotation for pedestal stand mode -85 °+35 °0°for pan

● Manual control speed for pan 0.1 ° 100 ° /sManual control speed for tilt 0.1 ° 40 ° /s

● Preset target speed:600/sec for pan, 400/sec for tilt

 Video output (PAL/NTSC) compound video output: 1.00VP-P;

● Built-in wiper, heater, fan component

 2 alarm input

 washer-wiper linkage

● Embed in surge and lightning protector

● Meeting IP66,CE, ROHS, FCC standards
● The working temperature: -40°~ +50

1.3.2 Function explanation

Screen menu function (OSD)

It has screen menu function. All information of camera and pan& tilt can be displayed by menu and to set the function and parameter

Multi-camera control function

Select different camera only by mending dial switch setting, no any hardware or software needed. It supports SONY, HITACHI cameras and so on.

Proportional pan

Horizontal and tilt speed change automatically with the zoom changes. When zooming wide, the camera speeds down; then zooming narrow, the camera speeds up to catch better tracing effect.

Auto scan

Auto scan refers to the function of 3600 continuous scan the images at certain speed on the horizontal lever when keeping the pitching angle unchanged. The left and right limits can be set for continuous scan at certain speed on the horizontal lever.

AUTO FLIP

When the camera tilts downward and goes just beyond the vertical poison, the dome rotates 180°. When the dome rotates, the camera starts moving upward as you continue to hold the joystick in the down position. Once you let go of the joystick after the dome rotates, joystick control returns to normal operation. The auto flip function is useful for following a person who passes directly beneath the camera.

Preset

Any position of dome camera PTZ can be conserved. We call it preset (pre-established position). The preset can be transferred and cleaned.

Preset tour

The dome camera will transfer pre- established preset 1-8 every 10 second. It will leap over to next preset position if position in not among 1-8.

Pattern

The PTZ orientation move track of the camera can be stored, we call it pattern. The pan& tilt’s UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT and the lens’ FAR, NEAR can be stored. Also we can call the presetting. This function can be used to record and simulate the operator’s operation process.

Zero test

The camera will turn to horizontal and tilt zero by preset 34 when the inevitable desynchronizing appears or the operator wants to find zero position during working process. It can reset the orientation and is convenient for operator

Low LUX (colors/ black& white swift) function

The camera automatically changes CCD LUX according to surrounding light. Color image changes to black& white one in low LUX; black& white image changes to color one in high LUX.(related to camera)

Auto focus

The camera automatically adjusts lens focus to keep clear image if auto focus mode. Manually operate FAR or NEAR focus adjustment can also adjust focus. The dome camera will recover auto focus adjustment function if operate horizontal, vertical rotation or control lens zoom.

Auto iris function

The camera automatically adjusts iris to keep normal brightness in auto iris mode. Manually operate OPEN or CLIOSE iris adjustment button can also adjust iris. The dome camera will recover auto adjustment function if operate horizontal, vertical rotation or control lens zoom.

Backlight compensation

The object will become black as the shadow if strong light appears in background. Backlight compensation function can compensate the brightness automatically to dark objects in bright light background and adjust the brightness background to avoid the image full of brightness and get clear image. Too strong backlight can make the object illegibility.


WDR (Wide Dynamic Range)

If there is quite dark and quite
bright in the image, WDR can make the darkest and brightest balance to keep clear image

Privacy masking function:

The user can set the region which can not be seen by the operator. The region which has been covered will move together with the pan tilt direction, change together with the size of the image, and cover the region which need to be invisible always.

Multi kinds of way for wiper control

By OSD menu, the wiper can be controlled by three ways: 1single-control mode: The wiper will stop after 15 sec when receiving the control instruction. 2Circle startup mode: When receiving the control instruction, the wiper will run for 5 sec, then stop for 15 sec. and do as like that. And it will not stop until it receives the control instruction for stop.3Linkage mode: when receiving the control instruction, there will be a linkage with the AUX switch, and the function of 65 preset will be carried on.


Notice proceeding of Installation

2.1 Safety Notice

Aim to guarantee user to use the product correctly and avoid danger or loss of property.

Defense measure is including two parts “Warning” and “Notice” as follows:

Warning: Ignoring warning may cause death or great damage.

Notice: Ignoring notice may cause damage or loss of property.

Warning remind user to defend potential factor of causing death and great damage

Noitce remind user to defend potential factor of causing damage or loss of property.

Warning

1, Completely according to the national or regional electric specification when installing and using the product.

2, Please using adapters from normal supplier.

Don’t connect multi cameras with one adaptor ( Exceeding the loading of adapter may generate excess heat or fire)

3, Turn off the power supply when connecting or dismantling the camera, never operate the dome camera with power.

4, Completely fix the speed dome camera when installing the item on wall.

5, If there is fume, fetor or noisy of the dome camera, please turn off power supply immediately and pull out the cable; And contact with our sales department right away.

6, If the camera can’t work normally, please contact with us and never dismantle it. (We are not responsible for any unauthorized modification or dismantling.

Notice

Prior to installation and use of this product, the following WARNING should be observed. This product can be only used in specified range in order to avoid any damage or danger.

  • Installation and servicing should only be done by qualified service personnel;

  • 2Only use replacement parts recommended by us.

  • 3、Keep the product away from anti-magnet field, make sure not to install it shook and impactive area, and never let other objects fall on the product. (ignoring the tip may cause equipment damage)

  • 4、It can not be used in unqualified temperature( over 50 or below -40), high humidity ( otherwise firing may be caused)

  • 5、After replacement/repair of this unit’s electronic components, conduct a resistance measurement by multi meter  to avoid short circuit or turnoff.

  • 6、Please use the soft cloth to clean the camera. Use neuter cleanser if bad smeared. No use the strong or corrosive cleanser avoiding scuffing.

  • 7、Be cautious of moving, never press the drive parts heavily avoiding pan tilt camera troubles.

  • 8 The installation bracket should be capable of supporting five times the total weight of the integrated camera.

Please thoroughly read this manual prior to installation and operation.

2.2. Preparation of Installation

1) All electric working must be accorded to latest electric, fire proof and related specification.

2) Be sure all accessories are included as packing list and application and installation way are as required. If not, please contact with supplier.

3) Be sure the product is suitable for the working environment.

2, Check installation space.

Make sure there is enough space for the product and accessory.

3 Make sure the wall can afford 4 times of the speed dome camera and accessories.

4 Preparation of cable.

Use video cable according to transmitting distance. Specification of video coaxial cable is:

1) 75 ohm resistance

2) copper core cable

3) 95% copper shield.

2.3 Safety notice of installation.

1, Prior installation, read the instruction carefully.

2, To use the power supply and voltage as the label instruction of cable, standard voltage is 18VAC, 15VDC to 24VDC are available; Best voltage is 18VAC±10%. Long time excess high or low voltage will cause damage of speed dome camera. Electric power must be kept over 50W, otherwise abnormal reset and control may occur.

3, Don’t aim the lens at high light object, otherwise CCD will abate and no image or image fuzzy.

Chapter 3 Notice proceeding of Installation

3.1 Pedestal stand mode

3.1.1 Equipment list:

The mode of camera contains following parts. Inspect each package to make sure all parts are present.

pic1:


  Camera body      pedestal mount Power supply box

                 

    

     

fixed spanner 1 pc

        

        

        

  

Φ     

Power Supply box 1pc

3.1.2 Steps of installation:


STEP 1 Locate the floor or impending base level that can support 4 times the weight of camera. Fix the bulgy snail Φ8mm on the floor or firm surface.


STEP 2 fix the camera body on the floor or impending base level

Pic 3:


FLOOR OR FIRM SURFACE IMPENDING BASE LEVER

STEP 3 Put power supply, video output, RS485 control input wiring, alarm input wire through waterproof connector plugs, and connect them correspondingly to power supply, video, RS485 wiring and alarm input wire of the connecting cable.

Connect the cable refer to the following picture:

Pic 4


Connect the cable refer to the following picture:


Step 4:

put the connecting cable with port into the pedestal and screw it with waterproof BNC plugs. Fix the pedestal and pan tilt connecting plate to the pedestal with four Φ5*10 fixed screw

pic 6:


STEP 5 screws loose the nut cover on the camera, then you will see the 8 bit dial switch. Set the protocol, bound rate, address for the camera. Screw tight the nut cover when finish setting.

Pic 7:


STEP 6 turn on the power after finishing check

3.2、Wall mode

3.2.1 Equipment list:

The mode of camera contains following parts. Inspect each package to make sure all parts are present.

。Pic 8:




Integrated pan tilt        bracket Power supply box

                

   

       

fixed spanner 1 pc

        

        

        

  

Φ     

Power Supply box 1pc

3.2.2 Steps of installation:



STEP 1
fix the Φ8mm bulgy screw on the wall(refer to the following picture) Pic 9


STEP 2 If the power supply box is needed, fix the power supply box on the wall firstly, then fix the wall bracket on the power supply box; If the power supply box is not needed, then fix the wall bracket on the wall directly.

Pic 10:

STEP 3 Put power supply, video output, RS485 control input wiring, alarm input wire through waterproof connector plugs, and connect them correspondingly to power supply, video, RS485 wiring and alarm input wire of the connecting cable.

Connect the cable refer to the following picture:

Connect the cable refer to the following picture:


STEP 4
Check the cables connecting and put them into bracket. Fix the four Φ5×10 fixed screw on the bracket install plate and pan tilt connecting plate. Show as pic 14:

STEP 5 screws loose the nut cover on the camera, then you will see the 8 bit dial switch. Set the protocol, bound rate, address for the camera. Screw tight the nut cover when finish setting. 。Pic 15:


STEP 6 turn on the power after finishing check

Chapter 4: TECHNICAL PARAMETER

4.1 Structure parameter:

Integrated pan tilt Al-alloy

Rotate platform Al-alloy

          

     

       

  

Weight (approximate)

Without IR lamps one

Net weight ………………………. 12kg

shipping weight …………………18kg

With IR lamps one

Net weight ……………………….16.2kg

shipping weight ………………

Dimension as the following dimension picture



IR one dimension
as the following dimension picture


Installation dimension



Operation Environment: indoor/outdoor

working temperature: -40ºC ~50ºC

4.2 Rotation Index
camera module only

Pan rotation 360ºcontinuous rotation

Tilt rotation +35º ~ -85º unobstructed rotation

Manual control speed

Pan 0.1º~100/Second manual operation

Tilt 0.1º~40º/Second manual operation

Preset speed

Pan 100º/ Second

Tilt 40º/Second

4.3 Electric index

Input voltage
 Standard 18VAC, 15VDC to 24VDC is optional

Optional adaptor


Without IR lamps
With IR lamps

Input power
50W 70W

The minimum requirement for coaxial cable75 ohms resistance; complete copper core conductor; complete copper shield layer, shield cover range 95%

Heater and defrost device

4.4 camera, lens parameter:

18×

Day/night

SONY

22×

color low lux

HITACHI

23×

Day/night

HITACHI

26×

Day/night

SONY

35×

Day/night

HITACHI

36×

Day/night

SONY

Signal system

PAL/NTSC

Scan system

2:1 interlacing scan

CCD

1/4 inch CCD

Effective Pixel

752X582

Lens focus

4.1—73.8mm

4mm-88cm

3.6—82.8mm

3.5mm—91mm

3.4mm—119mm

3.4mm-122.4mm

Optical Zoom

18X12

22 X10

23X12

26X12

35X12

36 X12

Horizontal pixel

>480TVL

>540TVL

>480TVL

Iris Ctrl

Auto/ Manual first

Focus Ctrl

Auto/ Manual first

Minimum illumination

1/50 sec Shutter (Color)0.7Lux

1/3 sec Shutter (B&W)0.1Lux ICR ON shutter (B&W) 0.01Lux

IR

1/50 sec shutter (Color)1Lux

1/13 sec shutter

(Color)0.06Lux

1/1.5 sec Shutter (color) 0.03Lux

1/50 sec shutter (Color)1Lux

1/1.5 sec shutter

(Color)0.1Lux

1/4 sec Shutter (B&W) 0.01Lux

IR

1.0lux,1/5 sec

0.2lux,1/3 sec

ICR-ON mode

0.15lux, 1/50 sec

0.01 lux,1/3 sec

IR

0.5Lux,1/5sec

(PAL)

0.01Lux,1/3sec

(PAL)

Night mode

0 lux

IR

1.0Lux,1/60 sec

0.1Lux,1/4 sec

Night mode

0.1Lux, 1/4 sec

IR

Sync system

AC linear lock

White Balance

Manual/Auto

Shutter Speed

Manual/Auto

Gain Ctrl

Manual/Auto

S/N Ratio

50dB

Video

1Vp-p

WDR

NO

NO

YES

NO

YES

NO

4.5 Technical Parameter of IR lamps

Distance

100m

Angle

45º

IR Lens two pairs 71W6Φ8
IR lamps conversion efficiency 90%
wavelength 850nm
Voltage

DC12V

Current

21A

Power

212W

MeasurementL×W×H

two units of Φ108×85mm

Net Weight

2X 0.5kg

Way of operation 1:

1, Enter into menu by pressing preset 95

2, Enter INFRARED in the AUX menu. ON means open IR, it will start work when the illumination is lower than ILUX. OFF means close IR.

Way of operation 2:

Use the preset 75 to open the IR lamps. The IR lamps will start working when it is less than 1LUX.

Use the preset 76 to close the IR lamps.

Way of operation 3:

Press”2″+”ON” to open the IR lamps, and the IR lamps will start working when it is less than 1LUX.

Press “2”+”OFF”to close the IR lamps.

Chapter 5 OPERATION

  1. Auto configure after power on

After connect all wirings as the instruction and turn on the power, the camera will display its configure information. And after it finish configure, the menu will show “configure OK” information. If the user sets the POWER UP DONE, the camera will execute this movement and the tips information disappear; if the user does not set the POWER UP DONE, the tips information will be kept until the camera receive the control command, then the tips information will disappear and show the system communication control is normal. If the camera does not receive the control command, the tip information will disappear automatically after 3 minutes.

VERSION 1.6

PROTOCOL P

ADDRESS 1

COMM 2400.N.8.1

POWER UP DONE

Power up display:

VERSION 1.6

PROTOCOL P

ADDRESS 1

COMM 2400. N.8.1

CONFIGURING

When configuring

VERSION 1.6

PROTOCOL P

ADDRESS 1

COMM 2400. N.8.1

CONFIGURE OK P:000/T:00

Configure OK:

NOTE:


1. VERSION 1.6 is the software version number of the camera, and it will change as the product’s upgrade.

2. PROTOCOL P is control agreement, can support P, D protocol, and it will change as the dial switch chooses different protocol.

3. ADDRESS 1 is control address, can support 256 addresses, and it will change as the dial switch chooses different protocol.

4. COMM 2400.N.8.1 is communication information, 2400 is communication baud rate, there are 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 four baud rate for different dial switch. N.8.1 means no verify, 8 data byte, 1 dwell position.

After the dome finish configure, you can operate the camera as the following way:

5.2 Basic Function Operation

OPERATION

PROCEDURE

Pan/Tilt 1. To rocker control keyboard, camera will rotate to the operation direction if the rocker leans to one direction of up/down/left/right. The speed depends on the distance between rocker and center. The camera will move slowly to the operation direction if move the rocker lightly in one direction. The camera will speed to MAX. Speed of continuously move the rocker in one direction. The camera will stop when the rocker returns to the center.

2. To 2-dimension control keyboard, the camera will rotate to the operating direction if press direction key. The speed depends on the current speed code. To our KBD100 keyboard, press any one of 1-9, and then press direction key. The pressed number key is the speed stage. The larger number it is, the higher speed will be. The camera stops action of release the key.

3. To computer software control, press the direction key of control, the camera will rotate to the operating direction. The speed depends on current speed code. Some software can implement continuous rotation and some only can implement dot movement. Please refer to the software instruction provided by the manufacture for detailed operations.

This dome can do 3600 continuous pan rotation and +20~-920 vertical rotations. It will stop rotate when reaching tilt limit.

STOP SCAN Preset 96(hit”9″+”6″+ “Preset”)
PRESET TOUR Preset 98(hit”9″+”8″+ “Preset”)
AUTO SCAN Preset 99(hit”9″+”9″+ “Preset”)
Pattern
  1. press pattern scan setting to start

  2. run the camera as the designed route

  3. press pattern scan setting to stop

  4. run the pattern scan, the camera will run the recorded route

ZOOM WIDE 1.Press the ZOOM WIDE button or turn the joystick clockwise until you have the picture you want

2.release the button or joystick

ZOOM TELE 1.Press the ZOOM TELE button or turn the joystick anti-clockwise until you have the picture you want

2.release the button or joystick

IRIS OPEN Continuously press key OPEN to open iris and increase brightness gain
IRIS CLOSE Continuously press key CLOSE to close iris and increase brightness gain
FOCUS NEAR Continuously press key NEAR, focus become near from far, the image becomes fog from clear or becomes clear from fog.
FOCUS FAR Continuously press key FAR, focus become far from near, the image becomes fog from clear or becomes clear from fog.
PRESETS 1. When set presetting, press “preset No.”+ key “PRESET”(about for 3 seconds)

2. When use presetting, press “preset No.”+ key “PRESET”

3. Please refer to operation instruction book for controller.

5.3 Remarks:

The following stipulations are for presetting,

Preset()

function

1-8

Park position

1-2

Alarm input

33

180º flip

34

lever home place

75

Open the IR lamps

76

Close the IR lamps

77

Open wiper function

78

Close wiper function

79

Open Digital Zoom

80

Close Digital Zoom

81

Auto low lux shift

82

83

84

Open wide dynamic

85

Close wide dynamic

86

Open Backlight Compensation

87

Close Backlight Compensation

88

Open video freeze

89

Close video freeze

92-93

Scan control limit

94

Exit menu

95

Enter menu

96

Scan stop

98

Preset tour

99

Auto scan

5.4 screen character display

The speed dome has series of screen character display for easy operation. The characters include the lens zoon, orientation, preset setting.

Lens zoon display: the form is X100, 100 mean the current zoom.

Orientation displayNSWENWNESWSE means North, South, West, East, North-west, North-east, South-west, South-east.

preset setting display: PRESET 01 SET. It means the preset position 01 has been successfully set.

Chapter 6 OSD OPERATION

6.1 MENU OPERATION INSTRUCTION

The basic operation of the menu includes: move menu bar, enter next menu, turn back to previous menu, change setting value, confirm change and cancel change.

Control up and down command: move menu bar and change setting.

Iris open command: enter camera menu or select menu to verify change

Iris closed command: return former menu and cancel change

This dome camera opens menu by preset 95 and exit by preset 94 according to P control protocol. Please refer to controller instruction book for other control equipments.

Press “9”+”5″+”PRESET”

Press key 95+ PRESET to enter pan tilt camera menu

Press “9”+”4″+”PRESET”

Press key 94+ PRESET to exit pan tilt camera menu


NOTE:

1. “< >”symbol means it contains next menu

6.2 MAIN NENU

PAN/TILT CAMERA

〈SYSTEM INFORMATION 〉

〈CAMERA 〉

〈PAN/TITL 〉

〈POWER UP〉

〈PRIVACY ZONE〉

〈ALARM〉

〈AUX

RESET CAMERA

EXIT

〈SYSTEM INFORMATION〉

〈CAMERA 〉

〈PAN/TITL 〉

〈POWER UP〉

〈PRIVACY ZONE〉

〈ALARM〉

〈AUX〉

RESET CAMERA

EXIT

6.3 THE SECOND MENU I

6.3.1 system information menu

SYSTEM INFORMATION

CAMERA TYPE
×26

COMM 2400、N、8、1

PROTOCOL P

ADDRESS 1

VERSION 1.6

AUTO EXIT TIME 5

BACK

DOME TYPE

COMM

PROTOCOL

ADDRESS

VERSION

AUTO EXIT TIME , 5,6,7,8,9,10 minutes

BACK


6.4 CAMERA MENU I

CAMERA

AUTO FOCUS ON

ZOOM LIMIT X26

ZOOM SPEED 5

SHARPNESS LEVEL AUTO

BACKLIGHT COMP OFF

VIDEO FREEZE OFF

DAY/NIGHT MODE AUTO

〈NEXT〉

BACK

AUTO FOCUS

ZOOM LIMIT

ZOOM SPEED

SHARPNESS LEVEL

BACKLIGHT COMP

VIDEO FREEZE

DAY/NIGHT MODE

〈NEXT〉

BACK

NOTE: The function of stabilizer and WDR will depends on the module function, if the function shows in the menu; it means the function is existing

ATUO FOCUS Default Setting: ON

FOCUS MODE: ON and OFF

ZOOM LIMIT Default Setting: X26

Zoom Limit is show different limitation with different camera

ZOOM SPEED Default Setting: 5

Range of zoom speed is between 0~7, different camera shows different zoom

SHARPNESS LEVEL Default Setting:10

Sharpness lever is between 0~15 and AUTO

BACKLIGHT COMP Default Setting: OFF

Backlight COMP: ON and OFF

VIDEO FREEZE Default Setting: OFF

Video Freeze Mode: ON and OFF

DAY/NIGHT Default Setting: AUTO

Day/Night Mode: Auto-change, Day pure color, Night pure black/white

<NEXT>

AUTO IRIS AUTO

AUTO IRIS LEVEL 12

AUTO IRIS PEAK 10

SHUTTER MODE AUTO

SHUTTER SPEED 1/50

AGC MODE AUTO

GAIN 2dB

AUTO WHITE BALANCE AUTO

R GAIN 210

B GAIN 157

BACK

6.5 CAMERA MENU II

AUTO IRIS

AUTO IRIS LEVEL

AUTO IRIS PEAK

SHUTTER MODE

SHUTTER SPEED

AGC MODE

GAIN

AUTO WHITE BALANCE

R GAIN

B GAIN

BACK

AUTO IRIS Default Setting: AUTO

Auto Iris: AUTO and MAN

AUTO IRIS LEVEL Default Setting: 12

When the auto iris is under the circumstances of MAN, 0~17 can be selected.

AUTO IRIS PEAK Default Setting: 10

When the auto iris is under the circumstances of MAN,0~10 can be selected

SHUTTER MODE Default Setting: AUTO

Shutter Mode: AUTO and MAN

SHUTTER SPEED Default Setting: 1/50

When shutter speed under the circumstances of MAN, 1/1~1/10000 can be selected, which is according to the camera parameter.

AGC MODE Default Setting: AUTO

AGC MODE: Auto and MAN

GAIN Default Setting: 2db

Gain Level can be selected between 0~28

AUTO WHITE BALANCE Default Setting: AUTO

Auto White Balance Mode: AUTO and MAN

R GAIN Default Setting: 21

When auto white balance is under the circumstance of MAN, 0~255 can be selected.

B GAIN Defaulting Setting: 157

When auto white balance is under manual control, 0~255 can be selected

6.6 PAN/TILT MENU

PAN/TILT

AUTO FLIP ON

PROPORTIONAL PAN OFF

PARK ACTION NONE

PARK TIME 30min

PRESET TOUR TIME 5s

SCAN SPEED 10d/s

MANUAL STOPS OFF

SCAN STOPS OFF

ANGLE DISPLAY ON

SET AZIMUTH ZERO

BACK

AUTO FLIP

PROPORTIONAL PAN

PARK ACTION

PARK TIME

PRESET TOUR TIME

SCAN SPEED

MANUAL STOPS

SCAN STOPS

ANGLE DISPLAY

SET AZIMUTH ZERO

BACK

AUTO FLIP Default Setting: ON

Auto Flip Mode: ON and OFF

PROPORTIONAL PAN Default Setting: OFF

Proportional Pan Mode: ON and OFF

PARK ACTION Default Setting: NONE

Park Action Mode: there are 12 modes such as NONE, 1PRESET~8PRESET, SCAN, PRETOUR, PATTERN and so on

PARK TIME Default Setting: 30minutes

Park Time: 2~60 min selectable



Default Setting5s

Preset tour time: 5.~60 min selectable

SCAN SPEED Default Setting: 10d/s

Scan Speed:1 d/s~40 d/s selectable

MANUAL STOPS Default Setting: OFF

Manual Stops Mode: ON and OFF

SCAN STOPS Default Setting: OFF

Manual Stops Mode: ON and OFF

ANGLE DISPLAY Default Setting: ON

Angle Display Mode: ON and OFF, orientation of P/T and camera zoom can display when it is ON.

SET AZIMUTH ZERO

Turn the camera to the position that would be defined to be azimuth zero at first, then press OPEN key to confirm it.

POWER UP

POWER UP ACTION NONE

POWER UP TIME 2min

BACK

6.7 POWERING UP ACTION

POWER UP ACTION

POWER UP TIME

BACK

POWER UP ACTION Default Setting: NONE

Power Up Action Mode: NONE, 1PRESET~8PRESET, SCAN, PRETOUR, PATTERN selectable.

POWER UP TIME Default Setting: 2minutes

Power Up Time can be selected from 2s to 10s

PRIVACY ZONE

PRIVACY NO 1

SET DISPLAY OFF

WIDTH 1

HEIGHT 1

COLOR BLACK

TRANSPARENCY OFF

PRESET 64 ALLOW ON

PRESET 1 ALLOW OFF

ZOOM ×1 ALLOW OFF

SAVE

BACK

6.8 PRIVACY ZONE MENU

Note: only the items with privacy function can enter this menu.

SONY series module

PRIVACY NO

SET DISPLAY

WIDTH

HEIGHT

COLOR

TRANSPARENCY

PRESET 64 ALLOW

PRESET 1 ALLOW

ZOOM ×1 ALLOW

SAVE

BACK

Note: In the status of non-menu, use the 63+preset,a centerline will appear in the screenthe centerline is used for the set of privacy zone accurately.Move the Pan/Tilt to the place which needs the privacy, and ensure the center point of the centerline is in the center of the centerline. If the place needing privacy are not so large, user can also change the zoon if needs, and ensure the center point of the place needing privacy are in the center of the centerline.

PRIVACY NO default setting is1

Privacy No. is available from 1~24, 24 privacy zones can be set and most 8 privacy zones set at each image.

SET DISPLAY
default setting is:OFF

Set display
has “ON” and “OFF”

ZONE WIDTH                                default setting is1

Zone width is optional from 1~80.

ZONE HEIGHT default setting is1

Zone height is optional from 1~60.

ZONE COLOR default setting is    BLACK

Zone color concludes BLACKGRAY1GRAY2GRAY3GRAY4GRAY5GRAY6WHITEREDGREENBLUECYANYELLOWMAGENTA

TRANSPARENCY default setting isOFF

Zone transparency has “ON” and “OFF”

PRESET 64 ALLOW
default setting is:ON

Preset 64 allow has “ON” and “OFF”

NoteON: allow the function of 64 preset; OFF: prohibit the function of 64 preset.

When it is ON, and it is in the status of non-menu, the all privacy zone will be open when setting 64 preset; and closed when using 64 preset. This kind of function is for the open and close of the whole privacy.

PRESET 1 ALLOW default setting is:OFF

PRESET 1 ALLOW has “ON” and “OFF”

NoteON: allow the special function of the 1 preset; OFF: prohibit the special function of 1 preset.

When it is ON and it is in the status of non-menu, use the 1 preset, then the Pan/Tilt and camera will run to the position of 1 preset, and close the all privacy; and the privacy will appear when moving the Pan/Tilt or changing the zoom of the camera.

ZOOM ×1 ALLOW default setting is:OFF

ZOOM ×1 ALLOW has “ON” and “OFF”

NoteON: allow the special function of camera 1x limit. OFF: close the special function of camera 1x limit.

When it is ON, and the camera is in 1x optical zoom, the privacy zone will not be shown. All will appear when the camera is above 1x optical zoom.

When it is OFF, all the privacy will be shown no matter what optical zoom the camera is in.

Special:

When the <ZOOM X1 ALLOW> and <PRESET 1 ALLOW> are both in ON, the all privacy will close by transferring the preset 1.when moving the Pan/Tilt or zooming the camera in the place of preset 1, there will be 2 kind of situation: 1> if the optical zoom of the camera is above 1x, the privacy will appearance immediately; 2> if the zoom is less than 1x, the privacy will not appear. By transferring other presets, there will be also two kinds of situation: if the optical zoom recorded in this preset is less than 1x, the privacy will not appearance; if it is above 1x, the privacy will appearance immediately.

SAVE

Save the privacy data which has been successfully set.

Note: If the SAVE command is not executed and exit directly , all the datas which have been set will be invalid.

ALARM

ALARM 1 NONE

ALARM 2 NONE

BACK

6.9 ALARM INPUT

ALARM 1

ALARM 2

BACK

ALARM 1(ALARM INPUT 1) default setting is :NONE

ALARM INPUT 1 can choose NONE、1PRESET~8PRESET、SCAN、PRETOUR、PATTERN

ALARM 2 (ALARM INPUT 2) default setting is:NONE

ALARM INPUT 2 can choose NONE、1PRESET~8PRESET、SCAN、PRETOUR、PATTERN

AUX

WIPER SINGLE

INFRARED OFF

AUX3 OFF

BACK

6.10 AUX CONTROL

WIPER

INFRARED

AUX3

BACK

WIPER(WIPER CONTROL) default setting is :OFF

The wiper control output has three kind of options: SINGLE, CYCLE, LINKAGE. LINKAGE mode can only be controlled be using preset 65 after exit the menu.

INFRARED(IR lamps control)
default setting is:OFF

IR lamps control can choose ON、OFF

AUX3(STANDBY AUX CONTROL) default setting is:OFF

standby AUX control can choose ON、OFF

WIPER CONTROL, IR LAMPS CONTROL,AUX CONTROL can be open by using “1+ON”, “2+ON”, “3+ON”, and close by using “1+OFF”“2+OFF”, “3+OFF”.

6.11 RESET CAMERA

If you choose the RESET CAMERA, all will return to default setting.

6.12 THE USE OF WIPER

The wiper has three kind of control mode:

single-control mode: when receiving the control instruction(use 77preset or press “1+ON” or set in the AUX menu), the wiper will run for 15 min and stop after that or by using 78 preset or by press “1+OFF”.

Circle startup mode: When receiving the control instruction(use 77preset or press “1+ON” or set in the AUX menu), the wiper will run for 5 sec, then stop for 15 sec. and do as like that. And it will not stop until it receives the control instruction for stop( using 78 preset or by press “1+OFF”).

Linkage mode: when receiving the control instruction (only by using 65preset, and in the menu, we can only set the status of linkage mode), the Pan/Tilt will first rotate to the 65 preset, then run the wiper and washer meanwhile. The washer will stop watering after the wiper rotate for one circle. If the position of the washer is set in advance, please first set the 65 preset to the place where the washer face to camera lens to make sure the washer can make water to the camera lens.

If the wiper is in the linkage mode, use 77 preset or use “1+ON”, the wiper will only execute the single-control mode.


DIAL SWITCH SETTING

1.1 CAMERA CONTROL

Note: When one control bus controls several(more than 2)dome cameras, it needs merging a 120ohm resistance at anode& cathode Com 485 in the farthest dome camera in order to ensure the normal work of control signal.

1.2 Switch setting for SW1

Note: Switch SW1 is used to set protocol, camera and baud rate

Protocol, camera

, baud rate

SW1 setting

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

PELCO-P Protocol

ON

OFF

PELCO-D Protocol

OFF

ON


CNB camera

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

LG camera

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

SANYO camera

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

SONY camera

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

HITACHI camera

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

1200

OFF

OFF

2400

ON

OFF

4800

OFF

ON

9600

ON

ON

1.3 Switch setting for SW2

Note: Switch SW2 is used to set receiving address


Protocol P addresses setting:

Address

Switch setting

SW2-1

SW2-2

SW2-3

SW2-4

SW2-5

SW2-6

SW2-7

SW2-8

1

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

2

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

3

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

4

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

5

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

6

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

7

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

8

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

9

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

10

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

11

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

12

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

13

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

14

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

15

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

16

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

17

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

18

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

19

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

20

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

21

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

22

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

23

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

24

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

25

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

26

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

27

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

28

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

29

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

30

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

31

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

32

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

33

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

34

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

35

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

36

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

37

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

38

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

39

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

40

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

41

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

42

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

43

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

44

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

45

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

46

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

47

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

48

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

49

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

50

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

51

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

52

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

53

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

54

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

55

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

56

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

57

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

58

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

59

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

60

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

61

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

62

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

63

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

64

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

——-

——

——

——

——-

—–

——

——

——

255

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

256

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

Protocols D address setting:

Address

Switch setting

SW2-1

SW2-2

SW2-3

SW2-4

SW2-5

SW2-6

SW2-7

SW2-8

1

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

2

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

3

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

4

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

5

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

6

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

7

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

8

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

9

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

10

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

11

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

12

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

13

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

14

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

15

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

16

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

17

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

18

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

19

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

20

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

21

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

22

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

23

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

24

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

25

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

26

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

27

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

28

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

29

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

30

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

31

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

32

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

33

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

34

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

35

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

36

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

37

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

38

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

39

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

40

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

41

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

42

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

43

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

44

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

45

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

46

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

47

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

48

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

49

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

50

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

51

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

52

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

53

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

54

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

55

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

56

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

57

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

58

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

59

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

60

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

61

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

62

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

63

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

64

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

——-

——

——

——

——-

—–

——

——

——

254

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

255

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

Appendix 2
P control protocol

BYTE

VALUE

FUNCTION

1

$A0

STX(start transmission)

2

$00 to $FF

Address

3

Data byte 1

4

Data byte 2

5

Data byte 3

6

Data byte 4

7

$AF

ETX(end transmission)

8

$00-$FF

Check sum (XOR 1-7 bytes)


Bit number

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

Data 1

0

Camera on

Auto scan on

Camera on/off

Iris Close

Iris Open

Focus Near

Focus far

Data 2

0

Zoom Wide

Zoom Tele

Tile Down

Tile Up

Pan Left

Pan Right

0 (for pan/tilt)

1 (extended

Data 3

Pan speed $00 to $3F and $40 for turbo

Data 4

Tilt speed $00 to $3F


COMMAND

DATA BYTE1

DATA BYTE2

DATA BYTE3

DATA BYTE4

Set Preset .xx

00

03

00

01 to FF

Clear Preset .xx

00

05

00

01 to FF

Go to preset .xx

00

07

00

01 to FF

Filp

00

07

00

21

Zero pan position

00

07

00

22

Set aux. xx

00

09

00

01 to 08

Clear aux. xx

00

0B

00

01 to 08

Pattern start

00

1F

00

00

Pattern stop

00

21

00

00

Run pattern

00

23

00

00

Start Sequence prepos

81

81

00

00

Insert prepos in stack

82

81

00

Prepos number

Delete prepos from stack

83

81

00

Prepos number

Clear seq. Stack

84

81

00

00

Show seq. Stack

85

81

00

00

Sequence dwell time

86

81

00

(0-255)second

Homefunction

87

81

Prepos number

10X1 sec time-out

Auto-paning speed

88

81

1

(0-255)speed

Auto-paning limit

88

81

2

1(left)/2(right)

Auto-paning start

88

81

3

0

PT Speed

89

81

P speed(0-255)

T speed(0-255)

Example: No.1 address rotator speed:30

Right A0 00 00 02 30 00 AF 3D

Left A0 00 00 04 30 00 AF 3B

Up A0 00 00 08 00 30 AF 37

Down A0 00 00 10 00 30 AF 2F

NEAR A0 00 02 00 00 00 AF 0D

FAR A0 00 01 00 00 00 AF 0E

OPEN A0 00 04 00 00 00 AF 0B

CLOSE A0 00 08 00 00 00 AF 07

Appendix 3
PELCO D control protocol

(1) Command format:

BYTE

VALUE

FUNCTION

1

$FF

STX (start transmission)

2

$01 TO $1F

Address

3

Data byte 1

4

Data byte 2

5

Data byte 3

6

Data byte 4

7

$00-$FF

Checksum(add byte 2,3,4,5,6)

  1. Instruction command:

Bit number

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

Data1 0 Camera on Aauto scan on Camera on/off Iris close Iris open Focus near Focus near far
Data2 0 Zoom wide Zoom tele Tilt down

Tilt up

Pan left Pan right 0 (for pan/tilt)

1 (extended)

Data3

Pan speed $00 to$3F and $40 for turbo

Data4

Tilt speed $00 to $3F

  1. Special command format:

COMMAND DATA BYTE1 DATA BYTE2 DATA BYTE3 DATA BYTE4
Set preset. xx

00

03

00

01 to FF

Clear preset. xx

00

05

00

01 to FF

Go to preset. xx

00

07

00

01 to FF

Flip (rotate 180)

00

07

00

21

Zero pan position

00

07

00

22

Set aux. xx

00

09

00

01 to 08

Clear aux. xx

00

0B

00

01 to 08

Pattern start

00

1F

00

00

Pattern stop

00

21

00

00

Run paattern

00

23

00

00

Example: No.1 address

Right FF
01
00
02
20
00
23

Left FF 01 00 04 23 00 28

Up FF 01 00 08 00 23 2C

Down FF 01 00 10 00 23 34

OPEN FF 01 02 00 00 00 03

CLOSE FF 01 04 00 00 00 05

NEAR FF 01 01 00 00 00 02

FAR FF 01 00 80 00 00 81

Appendix 4TROUBLESHOOTING

1. Image


Ask: Image becomes black after self check, but can be controlled

Ask: Image becomes fog when dome camera connects with hard disk video recorder.

Ask: abnormal display of image

Ask: Iris is small with many snowflakes after connection

Ask: The camera can only works at one focus, other position can not be focused.

Ask: image cannot be clearly seen even at MAX. Zoom

Ask: the image is reddish or greenish. Does the WB parameter change?

Ask: the color-to black& white camera can not change to black& white or cannot return to color

Ask: the image dithering at MAX. Zoom

2. Control

Ask: the single pan tilt camera cannot be controlled by keyboard or other control equipments?

Ask: single pan tilt can be controlled but multi-cameras cannot be controlled

Ask: other controls are normal except it can not rotate at a direction.

Ask: the pan tilt automatically rotates after electrifying.

Ask: the provided keyboard software can control, but the DVR cannot control or only can control some?

Ask: why does the same pan tilt have different control speeds at different hard disk video recorder?

Ask: DVR cannot control speed of pan tilt

Ask: the camera rotates disorderly. The image is blackish or whitish.

Ask: the pan tilt camera can be controlled normally in the morning and evening, but it cannot be controlled at the noon of summer.

Ask: pan tilt camera continuously does self-check up after electrifying

3. Installation

Ask: what kind of power supply is needed?

→AC 220V power supply is recommended. If it is not standard configuration, please use the construction on the cable as standard.

Ask: what is the MAX. Distance of AC 220V power wire and what requirements does it have to wire materials?

Power wires diameter 0.5mm2(20#) 1.0 mm2(18#) 1.5 mm2(16#) 2.5 mm2(14#)
Dome camera distance 11m(37 ft) 18m(60 ft) 29m(95 ft) 46m(152 ft)

For example: the distance to power supply from the pan tilt camera is 35mm. It must take 2.5 mm2 above section copper-core power wires or it may cause insufficient power supply leading to abnormal work

Ask: what is the MAX. Distance of video wire and what requirements does it have to wire materials?

Video wire model Max. distance Video wire model Max. distance
75-2 About 150m 75-5 About 370m
75-3 About 200m 75-7 About 500m
75-4 About 270m 75-9 About 680m

Ask: what wire and transmission distance should RS 485 control line take?

Remarks: the same model wires may be different for produced by different manufacturers. Above data is the normal wire transmission reference distance.

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