Integrated Medium Speed Dome Manual

Integrated Medium Speed Dome

INSTALLATION&PROGRAMMING MANUAL

(English Version)

Catalog

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Chapter 2 Operation………………………………………………………………………………………8

 

5.1 CNB22 camera menu setting…………………………………………………………………… 11

5.2 LG27 camera menu setting………………………………………………………………………12

5.3 LG16 camera menu setting………………………………………………………………………14


Chapter 1: INSTALLATION MANUAL

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

This series dome cameras are equipped with DSP integrated camera, in-built zoom lens and decoder controller.

Protocol P/D is used in this series dome cameras. It can support most popular system platforms, such as: PELCO, MAXPRO. This manual will not explain the operation of other system if connecting with other system, please contact with the system manufacture or dealer.

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;

  • It must not be installed where exposed to rain and moisture and it can not be used in unqualified temperature, humidity and power supply.

  • Only use replacement parts recommended by us.

  • After replacement/repair of this unit’s electrical components, conduct a resistance measurement to avoid short circuit or turnoff.

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

  • Be cautious of moving, never press the drive parts heavily avoiding dome troubles.

  • The installation materials should be capable of supporting four times the weight of the enclosure, pan/tilt, camera and lens combination.

Please thoroughly read this manual prior to installation and operation.

This series of Indoor suspended ceiling dome camera contains following parts. Inspect each box to make sure all parts are present.

Indoor in-ceiling dome camera contains following parts:

This series of Indoor surface suspended dome camera contains following parts. Inspect each box to make sure all parts are present.

Indoor surface-mount dome camera contains:

1.surface-mount integrated dome drive : 1 set

This series of Indoor suspended dome camera contains following parts. Inspect each box to make sure all parts are present.

Indoor suspended dome camera contains:

This series of Outdoor suspended dome camera contains following parts. Inspect each box to make sure all parts are present.

Outdoor suspended dome camera contains:

  • Back box: Aluminum-alloy enclosure dome; 5.9 inches polycarbonate

  • Preset position:128

  • Preset position accuracy: error less than 0.1º

  • In-build camera function setting menu

  • Control speed auto adjustment: control speed lowers down as the increase of focus lens depth

  • Variable auto scan speed: take the latest pan speed as auto scan speed

  • Pan running: 360º continuous pan rotation

  • Tilt running: unobstructed +2º~-92º tilt rotation

  • Manual pan speed: 0.1º ~100º/ Second

  • Manual tilt speed: 0.1º ~50º/ Second

  • Preset speed: 100º/ Second for pan, 40º/ Second for tilt

  • Auto scan limit: Programmable Limit switch

  • Control Protocol: Protocol P(compatible with Protocol PELCO-P)

  • Control Protocol: Protocol D(compatible with Protocol PELCO-D)

  • Auto flip: make the dome pan rotate 180º from tilt to bottom

  • Take low temperature and low consume technology to extend use life

  • Capable to control multi- brand cameras

Step1 PREPARE CEILING


1. Locate the center point of the mounting location. Drill a hole in the ceiling with a drill.

2. Draw a circle on the ceiling using the compass tool and a pencil. Cut the circle of the ceiling.

Steps 2 INSTALL THE BACK BOX

Ⅰ.

2. Install a safety chain that will support to 7.0Kg, and connect it to safety screw on upper dome.

3. Connect the wiring, control lines and video lines.

Refer to the picture

4. Tighten the pinchcock on the dome, push it up by the hole in the ceiling until the pinchcock flick then tighten the snail.

STEP 3 INSTALL LOWER DOME

1. Snap the clip, on the end of the trim ring leash,

into the hole on the lip of the back box.

2. Line up the snaps on the trim ring with the mounting

screws on the back box. Snap the trim ring into the

plastic snap washers on the mounting screw.

Note: Installed ceiling should be hard and can bear 10 times of the dome camera’s weight.

STEP 1 PREPARE CEILING

1. Locate the center point of the mounting location. Drill a hole in the ceiling with a drill.

Prepare the installation well according to dome installation lower dome position.

2.Pull wirings, control lines and video lines through the ceiling.

STEP 2 DOME DRIVE INSTALLATIONS AND CONNECTION

1. Connect the wires well as the following draw.

.

3. Tighten the dome drive to the ceiling.


STEP 3 INSTALL LOWER DOME

Line up lower dome with base; rotate in anti-clockwise direction until tight.

STEP1 INSTALL THE BRACKET

1. Determine the installation position and install suspended bracket.

2. Insert the video, control and power wires into suspended bracket, and fix the bracket.


STEP2 SET THE DOME CAMERA

1. Turn on the fixed
bolt besides the dome cover, take off the lower dome.

2. Set the dome address, protocol and baud rate well refer to appendix.

3. Line up inside dome with base, rotate in anti-clockwise direction until tight.


Step3 INSTALL THE DOME CAMERA

Insert wires of suspended dome into bracket and tighten the dome on the bracket. If outdoors, apply thread compound to the threads on the back box.


Step4 CONNECTIONS

1. Connect the video, control and power wires well as the draw and check them.


11. Specification

11.1 Construction

Back box

Aluminum-Alloy

Dome drive

Aluminum-Alloy

Lower cover

Polypropylene Transparent cover

Dimension

See Dimension drawing

Weight (approximate)

Unit weight

shipping weight

In-Ceiling

3.5kg

5.0kg

Surface

4.0kg

5.5kg

Indoor pendant

4.0kg

5.5kg

Outdoor pendant

4.5kg

6.0kg

Operation Environment

indoor/outdoor

Working temperature

Dimension Drawing:


Horizontal rotation

360ºcontinuous pan rotation

Vertical rotation

+2º~-92ºrunning

Manual control speed
Level

0.1º~100º/Second manual operation

Incline

0.1º~50º/Second manual operation

Preset speed
Horizontal

100º/ Second

Vertical

40º/Second

Input voltage

18-30VAC;24VAC nominal

Input power

30VA nominal

Fuse

2.0A

11.4 Camera, Lens parameters

Model

16X color

18X color

UV 22X color

22X low illumination

18X

day& night

22X

day& night

27X

day& night

23X

day& night

Optical zoom

16

18

22

22

18

22

27

23

Electronic zoom

8

12

10

12

12

10

10

10

Signal model

PAL

Tour system

Scan by lines

CCD

Move CCD between 1/4″ lines

Effective pixels

795(H)×596(V)

Horizontal resolution

>480TVL

Lens

F1.6(f=3.9-63mm)

F1.4(f=4.1-73.8mm)

F1.6(f=4-88mm)

F1.6(f=4-88mm)

F1.4(f=4.1-73.8mm)

F1.6(f=3.9-85.8mm)

F1.6(f=3.6-98mm)

F1.6(f=3.6-82.8mm)

Pan view

3.9mm

Wide-angle

lens49º

63mm

Narrow-angle

lens 2.7º

4.1mm

Wide-angle

Lens48º

73.8mm

Narrow-angle

lens 2.8º

4mm

Wide-angle

lens47.3º

88mm

Narrow-angle

lens 2.2º

4mm

Wide-angle

Lens47º

88mm

Narrow-angle

lens 2.2º

4.1mm

Wide-angle

lens48º

73.8mm

Narrow-angle

lens 2.8º

4.1mm

Wide-angle

lens47.3º

85.8mm

Narrow-angle

lens 2.2º

3.6mm

Wide-angle

Lens50º

98mm

Narrow-angle

lens 2.4º

3.6mm

Wide-angle

Lens54º

82.8mm

Narrow-angle

lens 2.5º

Focus

Auto /Manual

Minimum

illumination

1/50 s

Shutter

speed

1/50 s

Shutter

speed

1/50 s

Shutter

speed

1/50 s

Shutter

speed

1/3 s

Shutter

speed

1/1.5sec

Shutter speed

1/50S

Shutter

speed

1/3S

Shutter

speed

1/3s ICR ON

Shutter

speed

1/50 S

Shutter

speed

1/50 S

Shutter

speed

Night view mode(induced infrared):

0Lux( real time)

IR-Cut On 1/60s

1/50s Shutter speed

IR-Cut On 1/4s

1/3 s Shutter speed

IR-Cut Off 1/4 s Shutter speed

Induced infrared optional 1/3s 0Lux

Sync system

Built-in sync

Shutter speed

Auto 1/50-1/10000

Auto 1/50-1/10000

Auto 1/50-1/30000

Auto 1/50-1/30000

Auto 1/1-1/10000

Auto 1/50-1/10000

Auto 1/50-1/10000

Auto

1/1.5-1/30000

Iris control

Auto, manual first

Gain control

Auto

Video output

S/N Rate

50dB

W B

Auto

Chapter 2 OPERATION

1. BASIC FUNCTION EXPLANATION

Operate

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”)
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.

Remarks:

The following stipulations are for presetting, no need to set. You can directly use it. Preset function (only for SONY and HITACHI camera)

Preset()

function

33

180º flip

34

lever home place

79

Open zoom on

80

Close zoom on

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

2. PTZ FUNCTIONS

This series of high-speed dome camera manual pan speed 0.5 º -150 º/second, manual tilt speed 0.5 º
~100 º/second.

Pan/tilt speed and lens zoom is proportional, darker the lens zoom, slower the speed is!

The current position of P, T, Z three orientations (presetting positions) can be stored and repeat use.

3. FUNCTION EXPLANATION

3.1 Screen menu function

It has screen menu function. All information can be displayed by menu to set the function and parameter (only for LG and CNB camera)


3.2 Multi-cameras control function

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


3.3 Proportion speed function

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.


3.4 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.


3.5 AUTO FLIP

When the camera tilts downward and goes just beyond the vertical position, the dome rotates 1800. When the dome rotates, the camera starts moving upward as long 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.


3.6 PRESET

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


3.7 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.


3.8 ZERO TEST

The dome 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 operators.

3.9 LOW PHAROSAGE (COLORS/BLACK AND WHITE SWIFT) FUNCTION

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


3.10 AUTO FOCUS MODE

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.

3.11AUTO 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.

3.12 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.


4. MENU EXPLANATION

4.1 Operation explanation


This dome camera has in-built menu to set parameters for cameras and lens. The contents in this chapter can make you a complete knowledge of this camera and do some settings according to users’ requirements.

The basic operation contains move menu bar, enter next menu, return former menu, change setting, verify 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


4.2 OPEN/EXIT MENU


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 dome camera menu

Press “9”+”4″+”PRESET”

Press key 94+ PRESET to exit dome camera menu

5. CAMERA SETTING


Attention: SONY and HITACHI cameras have no menu functions.

×


BACKLIGHT

SLOW SHUTTER

DAY/NIGHT

WB CONTROL

SHUTTER

CAMERA ID

ZOOM START

ZOOM STOP

BRIGHTNESS

SHARPNESS

FOCUS

INIT SET

END

×

  • Press control up/ down to move the cursor to corresponding menu item.

  • Press key OPEN of iris to select corresponding menu item and the following parameter will flop.

  • Press control up/down command to edit corresponding values.

  • Press key CLOSE to cancel change and exit.

5.1.1 BACKLIGHT

There are two backlight compensation modes: OFF and ON default setting is: OFF

5.1.2 SLOW SHUTTER

There is several shutter setting: FLD 2/FLD 4/FLD 8/FLD12/ FLD16/FLD24/FLD32/FLD64/FLD128/OFF default setting is: FLD24

5.1.3 DAY/NIGHT

There are three day/night modes: AUTO, ON, OFF default setting is: AUTO

5.1.4 WB CONTROL

There are two modes for WB control: AUTO, PUSH default setting is: AUTO

5.1.5 SHUTTER

Only one mode: AUTO default setting is: AUTO

5.1.6 CAMERA ID NUMBER

ID number range: 000-255 default setting is: 000

5.1.7 ZOOM START

Zoom start range: 001-022 default setting is: 001

5.1.8 ZOOM STOP

Zoom stop range: 002-220 default setting is: 022

5.1.9 BRIGHTNESS

Brightness adjustment range: 0-48 default setting is: 25

5.1.10 SHARPNESS

Sharpness adjustment range: 0-15 default setting is: 10

5.1.11 FOCUS

There are two focus setting modes: AUTO and PUSH default setting is: AUTO

5.1.12 INIT SET

There are two init set: ON and OFF default setting is: OFF

×


Camera ID code

Focus setting

Auto WB setting

Special setting

Dynamic sensor setting

Screen display setting

Electronic sensitivity setting

Wide dynamic setting

END

27×LG camera menu operation (enter, exit and change parameter)

1.

2. Press key OPEN of iris to select corresponding menu item and the following parameter will flop.

3. Press control up/down command to edit corresponding values.

4. Press key CLOSE to cancel change and exit.

5.2.1 ID CODE

Two modes for camera code: closed and open default setting is: closed

5.2.2 FOCUS SETTING

Focus mode 3 states: auto keyboard/auto/manual default setting is: auto

Focus range 6 modes: 1CM 10CM 50CM 1M 3M 5M default setting is: 10CM


××

×××270

Focus speed 3 modes: slow/middle/quick default setting is: quick



Return

5.2.3 AUTO WB SETTING

WB modes 6 modes: auto/manual/outdoor/indoor special WB/auto keyboard control

default setting is: Auto

Red adjustment corresponding item according to different WB default setting is: None

Blue adjustment corresponding item according to different WB default setting is: None

Auto keyboard corresponding item according to different WB default setting is: None

Init set 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

Return

5.2.4 AUTO EXPOSURE SETTING

Exposure mode 4 modes: auto/manual iris/manual gain/ manual default setting is: Auto

IRIS ADJUSTMENT corresponding item according to different exposure mode

default setting is: Auto

AUTO GAIN corresponding item according to different exposure mode

default setting is: Auto

BRIGHTNESS value range is: 0-99 default setting is: 42

BACKLIGHT COMPENSATION 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

BACKLIGHT SENSITIVITY value range is: 0-80 default setting is:32

ANTI-FLICKER 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

SHUTTER SPEED several speeds: standard 1/125 to 1/10000 default setting is: standard

INIT SET 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

RETURN

5.2.5 SPECIAL SETTING

USER ID default setting is: None

SHARPNESS value range is: 1-15 default setting is: 10

MIRROR IMAGE 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

COLORS 2 states: open/closed default setting is: open

NEGATIVE FILM 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

SIGNAL EXTENDING 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

CHINESE/ENGLISH 2 states:CHINESE/ENGLISH default setting is: CHINESE

INIT SET 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

RETURN

5.2.6 SYNAMIC SENSOR SETTING

DYNAMIC SENSOR 2 modes: open/closed default setting is: closed

SENSITIVITY value range is: 1-21 default setting is: 10

INIT SET 2 modes: open/closed default setting is: closed

RERURN

5.2.7 SCREEN DISPLAY SETTING

FUNCTION DISPLAY 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

DYNAMIC SENSOR DISPLAY 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

CAMERA ID CODE 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

FOCUS STATE DISPLAY 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

USER ID DISPLAY 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

OPEN ID DISPLAY 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

INIT SET 2 states: open/closed default setting is: closed

RETURN

5.2.8 ELECTRONIC SENSITIVITY SETTING default setting is: None

5.2.9 WIDE DYNAMIC SETTING default setting is: None

5.3 16×LG CAMERA MENU FUNCTION





Init setting

Backlight compensation

Color

Negative film

Focus range

Anti-flicker

WB mode



Camera ID code

Sharpness

Brightness

Focus start

Focus stop

Focus range

Exposure mode

16×LG camera menu operation (enter, exit and change parameter)

1.

2. Press key OPEN of iris to select corresponding menu item and the following parameter will flop.

3. Press control up/down command to edit corresponding values.

4. Press key CLOSE to cancel change and exit.

5.3.1 CHINESE/ENGLISH SETTING

Two Chinese/English languages modes: Chinese and English default setting is: Chinese

5.3.2 INIT SET MODES

Init set modes: open and closed default setting is: closed

5.3.3 BACKLIGHT COMPENSATION SETTING

Backlight compensation setting modes: open and closed default setting is: closed

5.3.4 COLOR SETTING

Two color setting modes: open and closed default setting is: closed

5.3.5 NEGATIVE FILM SETTING

Negative film modes: open and closed default setting is: closed

5.3.6 FOCUS SETTING

Two focus setting modes: auto key control and auto manual default setting is: auto key control

5.3.7 ANTI-FLICKER

Anti-flicker modes: open and closed default setting is: open

5.3.8 WB SETTING

Five WB setting modes: auto/ manual/special WB/outdoor/indoor

default setting is: auto

5.3.8.1 Special WB setting

Special WB adjustable parameters: Red adjustment 1-255

Blue adjustment 1-255

5.3.8.2 Manual WB setting

Manual WB setting adjustable parameter is: 1-255

5.3.9 CAMERA ID CODE SETTING

Two camera ID code setting modes: closed and open default setting is: closed

5.3.10 SHARPNESS SETTING

Sharpness setting adjustable value is: 0-15 default setting is: 10

5.3.11 BRIGHTNESS SETTING

Brightness setting adjustable value is: 0-255 default setting is: 50

5.3.12 FOCUS START POSITON

Focus start position adjustable parameter is: X1-X15 default setting is: X1

5.3.13 FOCUS STOP POSITON

Focus stop position adjustable parameter is: X2-X128 default setting is: X2

5.3.14 FOCUS RANGE SETTING

7 focus range setting: 1CM, 10CM, 50CM, 1M, 3M, 5M, 10M default setting is: 1CM

5.3.15 EXPOSURE MODE SETTING

5 exposure modes setting: auto/shutter/iris/auto gain/manual default setting is: auto

5.3.15.1 SHUTTER EXPOSURE

Shutter speed can be set as: standard.1/125.1/250.1/500.1/1000.1/2000.1/4000.1/10000

5.3.15.2 IRIS EXPOSURE

Adjustable value for iris exposure mode is: 0-255

5.3.15.3 MANUAL EXPOSURE

3 adjustable parameters for manual exposure mode:

1. Shutter parameter: standard 1/125 1/250 1/500 1/1000 1/2000 1/4000 1/10000

2. Iris adjustable parameter is: 0-255

3. Auto gain adjustable parameter is: 0-255

6. DIAL SWITCH SETTING

6.1 DOME 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.

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

Protocol, camera

And baud rate

Switch SW1 setting

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Minrray Protocol

OFF

OFF

PELCO-P Protocol

ON

OFF

PELCO-D Protocol

OFF

ON

CNB camera

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

LG camera

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

MINTRON camera

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

MINRRAY camera

ON

ON

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

Note: Switch SW2 is used to set receiving address.

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

—–

—-

—-

—-

—–

—-

—-

—-

—-

255

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

256

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

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

—-

—-

—-

—-

—-

—-

—-

—-

254

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

255

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

Ⅰ、

  1. Command format

    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)

  2. Instruction command

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

  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

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

Home function

87

81

Prepos number

10X1 sec time-out

Auto-panning speed

88

81

1

(0-255)speed

Auto-panning limit

88

81

2

1(left)/2(right)

Auto-panning 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

Ⅱ、

  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 0 0 0 0 Iris close Iris open Focus near
Data2 Focus far Zoom wide Zoom tele Tilt down

Tilt up

Pan left Pan right 0(for pan/tilt)

1 (extended)

Data3

Pan speed $00 to $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 pattern

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


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 wobbles at MAX. Zoom

2. Control

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

Ask: single camera can be controlled but multi-cameras cannot be controlled

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

Ask: the camera 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 dome have different control speeds at different hard disk video recorder?

Ask: DVR cannot control speed of camera

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


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


Ask: camera continuously does self-check up after electrifying

3. Installation

Ask: what kind of power supply is needed?

Ask: what is the MAX. Distance of AC 24V 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 dome 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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