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1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG MANUEL D INSTRUCTIONS VCC-9000EBCP/EBSP VCC-9000INCP/INSP VCC-9000EXCP/EXSP VCC-900EBCP/EBSP VCC-900INCP/INSP VCC-900EXCP/EXSP Colour CCD camera CCD-Farbkamera English Deutsch GB D Caméra CCD COULEUR Francais F CCD CS Mount Embedded type Indoor type Outdoor type VCC-9000EBCP/EBSP VCC-900EBCP/EBSP VCC-9000INCP/INSP VCC-900INCP/INSP VCC-9000EXCP/EXSP VCC-900EXCP/EXSP About this manual Before installing and using this unit, please read this manual carefully. Be sure to keep it handy for later reference. This manual gives basic connections and operating instructions for PAL models.

2 CONTENTS PRECAUTIONS ACCESSORIES PART NAMES SETTINGS SETUP (VCC-9000EBCP/EBSP, 900EBCP/EBSP) PART NAMES SETTINGS SETUP (VCC-9000INCP/INSP, 900INCP/INSP) PART NAMES SETTINGS SETUP (VCC-9000EXCP/EXSP, 900EXCP/EXSP) CONNECTIONS OPERATION MENU EXPLANATIONS SYSTEM SETTINGS ACamera ID settings and title settings (CAMERA INFORMATION) BScreen display settings (DISPLAY CONFIGURATION) CChanging the password (PASSWORD CHANGE) DRestoring camera settings to their default settings (FACTORY DEFAULT) EResetting settings (RESET) LENS SETTINGS AZoom speed settings (ZOOM SPEED) BElectronic zoom maximum ratio settings (EL ZOOM) CAutomatic restore mode settings (JOYSTICK AUTO) DAutomatic focus restore time settings (AUTO FOCUS) EAutomatic iris restore time setting (AUTO IRIS) FIris level settings (IRIS LEVEL) GDay/Night settings (DAY/NIGHT) (VCC-900P series only) CAMERA SETTINGS ASensitivity increase settings (SENSE UP) BShutter speed setting (SHUTTER) CWhite balance settings (WHITE BALANCE) DBacklight compensation settings (BLC) PAN AND TILT SETTINGS ASettings using joystick operations (AUTO STOP IDLE) BPanning speed settings for different zoom rations (PROPORTIONAL PAN) CLens starting point position setting (SET NORTH) AUTOMATIC MODE SETTINGS APreset position settings (PRESET POSITION) BSequential mode settings (SEQUENCE) CTour mode settings (TOUR) DAutomatic pan settings (AUTO PAN) EZone settings (SET ZONE) FAutomatic restore standby time settings (FUNCTION IDLE) GAutomatic restore function settings (FUNCTION) MASKING SETTINGS (PRIVACY MASK) LIST OF ADDRESS SETTINGS (SW) SPECIFICATIONS MAIN FEATURES Manual pan, tilt and zoom operations and focus and iris settings can be carried out. Automatic focus, automatic iris, automatic white balance and automatic backlight compensation functions operate so that clear images are transmitted at all times. If the camera is tilted so that it is facing directly downward, it automatically reverse through 80 degrees (automatic reverse function) so that continuous tilting between 0 and 80 degrees is possible. Zoom and focus settings for up to 80 different monitoring positions can be stored as preset positions. Up to 6 of the stored preset positions can be automatically viewed in succession (sequence). You can also set the order for switching between the different monitoring positions and the time period for each position to be monitored. Up to four different sequence modes can be set. Up to 000 commands can be stored for image traces (tours) used for manual pan, tilt and zoom operations, and the stored image traces can be reproduced automatically. Up to four different tour modes can be set. You can set a start point and end point for image monitoring, so that automatic panning can be carried out between these two points. The automatic panning speed can also be set. Up to four different automatic panning modes can be set. You can set the ranges for image monitoring areas (zones) and titles can be displayed while monitoring is in progress. Up to eight different zones can be set. Places where monitoring may intrude on privacy can be shielded by grey patterns (masks). Up to four different areas can be masked. The direction of the camera lens and the zoom ratio can be displayed on the monitor screen. If you set the direction of the camera lens using menu operations, the direction of the camera lens can be displayed on the monitor screen. Approvals: IP66 (Outdoor type only) This unit has been certified to IP66 standards when properly installed. Use only an IP66 certified enclosure or an electrical box. Ensure all openings in enclosure are sealed as per manufacturer's instructions. English - -

3 PRECAUTIONS In case of problem Do not use the unit if smoke or a strange odor comes from the unit, or if it seems not to function correctly. Turn off the power immediately and disconnect the power cord, and then consult your dealer or an Authorized Sanyo Service Center. Do not open or modify Do not open the cabinet, as it may be dangerous and cause damage to the unit. For repairs, consult your dealer or an Authorized Sanyo Service Center. Do not put objects inside the unit Make sure that no metal objects or flammable substance get inside the unit. If used with a foreign object inside, it could cause a fire, a short-circuit or damage. Be careful to protect the unit from rain, sea water, etc. If water or liquid gets inside the unit, turn off the power immediately and disconnect the power cord, and then consult your dealer or an Authorized Sanyo Service Center. Be careful when handling the unit To prevent damage, do not drop the unit or subject it to strong shock or vibration. Do not install this unit close to magnetic fields The magnetic fields may result in unstable operation. Protect from humidity and dust To prevent damage, do not install the unit where there is greasy smoke or steam, where the humidity may get too high, or where there is a lot of dust. Protect from high temperatures Do not install close to stoves, or other heat sources, such as spotlights, etc., or where it could be subject to direct sunlight, as this could cause deformation, discoloration or other damages. Be careful when installing close to the ceiling, in a kitchen or boiler room, as the temperature may rise to high levels. Cleaning Dirt can be removed from the cabinet by wiping it with a soft cloth. To remove stains, wipe with a soft cloth moistened with a soft detergent solution and wrung dry, then dry by wiping with a soft cloth. Do not use benzine, thinner or other chemical products on the cabinet, as this may cause deformation and paint peeling. Before using a chemical cloth, make sure to read all accompanying instructions. Make sure that no plastic or rubber material comes into contact with the cabinet for a long period of time, as this may cause damage or paint peeling. ACCESSORIES VCC-9000EBCP/EBSP, 900EBCP/EBSP Dome cover installation screws (spare: ) Clamp fitting Template VCC-9000INCP/INSP, 900INCP/INSP, VCC-9000EXCP/EXSP, 900EXCP/EXSP Dome cover installation screw (spare) Lubricating oil Sealing tape English

4 PART NAMES SETTINGS SETUP Part Names VCC-9000EBCP/EBSP, 900EBCP/EBSP (Mount Embedded type) VCC-9000EBCP/EBSP, VCC-900EBCP/EBSP Camera connection cable F SW 85A 85B VAC EARTH VAC 6 SW Power indicator A B 7 Connection board Connect the communication cable and the power supply cable to the connectors on this board. ACommunication terminal Connect the communication cable (twisted pair cable) from the system controller to this terminal. Loosen the terminal screws, insert the cable as shown in the illustration, and then securely tighten the screws. There are two types of connectors, for RS-85A and RS-85B cables, so make sure that the cables are connected to the same corresponding connectors as for the system controller. BAC power terminal Connect the power supply cable to these terminals. Loosen the terminal screws, insert the cable as shown in the illustration, and then securely tighten the screws. The connection terminals do not have plus or minus settings. The middle terminal is a ground (EARTH) terminal which should be connected if required. NOTE: Adjust each cable so that they will not be subjected to any outside interferences and then fix the cables in this position. Camera connection cable This is used to connect the connection board inside the main cover to the camera unit. Video output cable Connect the coaxial cable from the monitor to the BNC connector of this cable. Camera unit drop-prevention wire 5 Camera connection terminal 6 Camera unit 7 Dome cover 8 Main cover 9 Termination and communication setting circuit board The termination and communication settings are made by changing the positions of the jumpers. F System controller setting circuit board SW for setting the camera address and SW for setting the protocol and communication speed are located on the top and bottom of the circuit board respectively. Setup location Take the following points into consideration when setting up the camera. The wall or ceiling used for installation should have enough strength to bear approximately four times the combined weight of the camera and bracket. Select a wall or ceiling that is strong enough to bear such a weight. Select a wall or ceiling surface that is completely flat, so that there will be no space between the base of the bracket and the wall. English - -

5 PART NAMES SETTINGS SETUP VCC-9000EBCP/EBSP, VCC-900EBCP/EBSP Settings SW JP JP SW JP JP Communication setting pins Termination setting pins Protocol and communication speed settings ON SW Address settings The default setting is 000 (all OFF). Refer to LIST OF ADDRESS SETTINGS (SW) for address settings. (See p) Protocol Communication speed ON SW Protocol setting This sets the communication protocol to use for the camera. The default setting is the SANYO protocol (all OFF). List of Protocol Settings Protocol SANYO PELCO_D Communication speed setting The default setting is 900. SW number 5 6 ON Communication SW number speed (bps) OFF OFF 800 ON OFF 9600 OFF ON 900 ON ON Termination setting (JP) The termination connection setting must be made if this camera is connected to a network system and it is in the termination connection position. The default setting is OFF (pins ), so pull out the circuit board and set JP to ON (short pins ), then return the circuit board to its original position. If the camera is connected to a network system and it is not in the termination connection position, the setting does not need to be changed. Pin positions Termination settings ON OFF Communication setting (JP) The camera can be set for either RS-85 or coaxial (default setting) communication. The factory default setting is for coaxial communication (pins ), so that if you would like to use RS-85 control, pull out the circuit board, change the setting to RS-85 (pins ) and then reinsert the circuit board. Pin positions Connection method setting Coaxial (COAX) RS English

6 VCC-9000EBCP/EBSP, VCC-900EBCP/EBSP PART NAMES SETTINGS SETUP Setup Refer to page 5 for details on how to drill the ceiling installation holes. Install the main cover to the ceiling. Make a hole in the ceiling for inserting the main cover. Install the accessory clamp fitting to the top of the main cover, and pass the cables (video output cable, communication cable and power supply cable) through it. To install the clamp fitting, first screw in the main unit A securely, then tighten the nut B. Pull out the three arms C of the main cover and adjust them to the thickness of the ceiling so that they secure the main cover in place. A B NOTE: You can also connect the cables before embedding the main cover into the ceiling. Adapt the installation procedure in accordance with the circumstances. Adjust each cable so that they will not be subjected to any outside interferences and then fix the cables in this position. Install the camera unit. Connect the drop-prevention wire inside the main cover to the hole in the base of the camera unit. Align the screw holes (with slots) C in the base of the camera unit with the two screws inside the main cover so that the camera connection terminal B of the camera unit is directly above the camera board A, and then turn the camera unit clockwise. Check that the two screws are at the far ends of each slot, and then securely tighten the screws. Connect the camera cable. Connect the camera connection cable from the connection board to the camera connection terminal of the camera unit. C C C Drop-prevention wire C B Connect the cables. Connect all of the cables that have been passed through the clamp fitting, pull the cables to adjust them so that they are not loose inside the cover, and then tighten the clamp fitting nut. Video output cable: Connect to the BNC connector that is coming out from the top of the main cover. After making the connection, slide the insulation cover to hide the connectors. Communication cable: Connect to the terminals on the connection board inside the main cover. Power supply cable: Connect to the terminals on the connection board inside the main cover. Refer to Connection board in PART NAMES for details on connecting to the terminals on the connection board. Install the dome cover. Install the dome cover drop-prevention wire A in between the main cover and the dome cover. Align the projections C on the dome cover with the slots B in the base of the main cover, and then turn the dome cover to the right to secure it in place. Be sure to remove the lens cap before installing the dome cover. A C B A C VAC EARTH VAC 85A 85B English - 5 -

7 VCC-9000INCP/INSP, VCC-900INCP/INSP PART NAMES SETTINGS SETUP Part Names VCC-9000INCP/INSP, 900INCP/INSP (Indoor type) Camera connection cable F 85A 85B VAC EARTH VAC SW 6 Power indicator SW A B 7 Connection board Connect the communication cable and the power supply cable to the connectors on this board. ACommunication terminal Connect the communication cable (twisted pair cable) from the system controller to this terminal. Loosen the terminal screws, insert the cable as shown in the illustration, and then securely tighten the screws. There are two types of connectors, for RS-85A and RS-85B cables, so make sure that the cables are connected to the same corresponding connectors as for the system controller. BAC power terminal Connect the power supply cable to these terminals. Loosen the terminal screws, insert the cable as shown in the illustration, and then securely tighten the screws. The connection terminals do not have plus or minus settings. The middle terminal is a ground (EARTH) terminal which should be connected if required. NOTE: Adjust each cable so that they will not be subjected to any outside interferences and then fix the cables in this position. Camera connection cable This is used to connect the connection board inside the main cover to the camera unit. Video output cable Connect the coaxial cable from the monitor to the BNC connector of this cable. Camera unit drop-prevention wire 5 Camera connection terminal 6 Camera unit 7 Dome cover 8 Main cover 9 Termination and communication setting circuit board The termination and communication settings are made by changing the positions of the jumpers. F System controller setting circuit board SW for setting the camera address and SW for setting the protocol and communication speed are located on the top and bottom of the circuit board respectively. Setup location Take the following points into consideration when setting up the camera. The wall or ceiling used for installation should have enough strength to bear approximately four times the combined weight of the camera and bracket. Select a wall or ceiling that is strong enough to bear such a weight. Select a wall or ceiling surface that is completely flat, so that there will be no space between the base of the bracket and the wall. Settings Follow the same procedure given on page to make the settings English

8 VCC-9000INCP/INSP, VCC-900INCP/INSP PART NAMES SETTINGS SETUP Setup Install the bracket. Installation to a wall While aligning the bracket base with the setup position, make four marks on the wall at the mounting bolt locations. Then make holes in these locations for the four M8 anchor bolts and insert the M8 bolts. Make a hole for the connection cables in the wall in the middle of the bracket installation surface, and pull the cables all together through the wall to the outside. Pass the connection cables through the hole in the bracket, and then align the bracket base with the four M8 bolts and tighten the M8 nuts to secure the bracket in place. Installation to a ceiling Loosen the anchor bolts A of the bracket base, and then turn the bracket base to remove it. While aligning the bracket base with the setup position, make four marks on the ceiling at the mounting bolt locations. Then make holes in these locations for the four M8 anchor bolts and insert the M8 bolts. Make a hole for the connection cables in the ceiling in the middle of the bracket installation surface, and pull the cables all together through the ceiling to the outside. If routing the cables along the surface of the ceiling, use the cable groove B in the bracket base. Pass the connection cables through the hole in the bracket, and then align the bracket base with the four M8 bolts and tighten the M8 nuts to secure the bracket in place. 5After passing the connection cables through the bracket, screw the bracket back onto the bracket base and securely tighten the screw A. You can use the mounting brackets (sold separately) shown in the illustrations below to install the camera to the corner of a wall or to a pillar. (Ask the place of purchase for details.) A B Connect the cables. Connect all of the cables that have been passed through the bracket. Video output cable: Connect to the BNC connector that is coming out from the top of the main cover. After making the connection, slide the insulation cover to hide the connectors. Communication cable: Connect to the terminals on the connection board inside the main cover. Power supply cable: Connect to the terminals on the connection board inside the main cover. Refer to Connection board in PART NAMES for details on connecting to the terminals on the connection board. 85A 85B VAC EARTH VAC NOTE: Adjust each cable so that they will not be subjected to any outside interferences and then fix the cables in this position. English - 7 -

9 VCC-9000INCP/INSP, VCC-900INCP/INSP PART NAMES SETTINGS SETUP Install the main cover to the bracket. When installing to a wall Wind the accessory waterproof sealing tape B around the connecting part of the main cover, screw the main cover clockwise into the bracket, and then securely tighten the screw A. 5 Connect the dome cover with the wire. Place the connection ring of drop-prevention wire A on the dome cover onto the connection screw of the main cover, and then secure it by tightening the two nuts. A A B When installing to a ceiling Screw the top of the main cover clockwise into the base of the bracket, and then securely tighten the screw A. A 6 Install the dome cover. After applying lubricating oil (accessory O-ring lube) to the packing A around the rim of the dome cover, fit the dome cover into the main cover and secure it by tightening the screws B. Be sure to remove the lens cap from the camera before installing the dome cover. NOTE: When installing the main cover to the bracket, pull the cables to adjust them so that they are not loose inside the cover. Install the camera unit. Connect the drop-prevention wire inside the main cover to the hole in the base of the camera unit. Align the screw holes (with slots) C in the base of the camera unit with the two screws inside the main cover so that the camera connection terminal B of the camera unit is directly above the camera board A, and then turn the camera unit clockwise. Check that the two screws are at the far ends of each slot, and then securely tighten the screws. B A B Connect the camera cable. Connect the camera connection cable from the connection board to the camera connection terminal of the camera unit. Drop-prevention wire C B A C English

10 PART NAMES SETTINGS SETUP Part Names VCC-9000EXCP/EXSP, 900EXCP/EXSP (Outdoor type) VCC-9000EXCP/EXSP, VCC-900EXCP/EXSP Camera connection cable G 85A 85B VAC EARTH VAC 6 SW Power indicator F SW A B 7 Connection board Connect the communication cable and the power supply cable to the connectors on this board. ACommunication terminal Connect the communication cable (twisted pair cable) from the system controller to this terminal. Loosen the terminal screws, insert the cable as shown in the illustration, and then securely tighten the screws. There are two types of connectors, for RS-85A and RS-85B cables, so make sure that the cables are connected to the same corresponding connectors as for the system controller. BAC power terminal Connect the power supply cable to these terminals. Loosen the terminal screws, insert the cable as shown in the illustration, and then securely tighten the screws. The connection terminals do not have plus or minus settings. The middle terminal is a ground (EARTH) terminal which should be connected if required. NOTE: Adjust each cable so that they will not be subjected to any outside interferences and then fix the cables in this position. Camera connection cable This is used to connect the connection board inside the main cover to the camera unit. Video output cable Connect the coaxial cable from the monitor to the BNC connector of this cable. Camera unit drop-prevention wire 5 Camera connection terminal 6 Camera unit 7 Dome cover 8 Main cover 9 Termination and communication setting circuit board The termination and communication settings are made by changing the positions of the jumpers. F Condensation-prevention heater cable G System controller setting circuit board SW for setting the camera address and SW for setting the protocol and communication speed are located on the top and bottom of the circuit board respectively. Setup location Take the following points into consideration when setting up the camera. The wall or ceiling used for installation should have enough strength to bear approximately four times the combined weight of the camera and bracket. Select a wall or ceiling that is strong enough to bear such a weight. Select a wall or ceiling surface that is completely flat, so that there will be no space between the base of the bracket and the wall. Settings Follow the same procedure given on page to make the settings. English - 9 -

11 VCC-9000EXCP/EXSP, VCC-900EXCP/EXSP PART NAMES SETTINGS SETUP Setup Install the bracket. Installation to a wall While aligning the bracket base with the setup position, make four marks on the wall at the mounting bolt locations. Then make holes in these locations for the four M8 anchor bolts and insert the M8 bolts. Make a hole for the connection cables in the wall in the middle of the bracket installation surface, and pull the cables all together through the wall to the outside. Pass the connection cables through the hole in the bracket, and then align the bracket base with the four M8 bolts and tighten the M8 nuts to secure the bracket in place. Installation to a ceiling Loosen the anchor bolts A of the bracket base, and then turn the bracket base to remove it. While aligning the bracket base with the setup position, make four marks on the ceiling at the mounting bolt locations. Then make holes in these locations for the four M8 anchor bolts and insert the M8 bolts. Make a hole for the connection cables in the ceiling in the middle of the bracket installation surface, and pull the cables all together through the ceiling to the outside. If routing the cables along the surface of the ceiling, use the cable groove B in the bracket base. Pass the connection cables through the hole in the bracket, and then align the bracket base with the four M8 bolts and tighten the M8 nuts to secure the bracket in place. 5After passing the connection cables through the bracket, screw the bracket back onto the bracket base and securely tighten the screw A. You can use the mounting brackets (sold separately) shown in the illustrations below to install the camera to the corner of a wall or to a pillar. (Ask the place of purchase for details.) A B Connect the cables. Connect all of the cables that have been passed through the bracket. Video output cable: Connect to the BNC connector that is coming out from the top of the main cover. After making the connection, slide the insulation cover to hide the connectors. Communication cable: Connect to the terminals on the connection board inside the main cover. Power supply cable: Connect to the terminals on the connection board inside the main cover. Refer to Connection board in PART NAMES for details on connecting to the terminals on the connection board. 85A 85B VAC EARTH VAC NOTE: Adjust each cable so that they will not be subjected to any outside interferences and then fix the cables in this position English

12 VCC-9000EXCP/EXSP, VCC-900EXCP/EXSP PART NAMES SETTINGS SETUP Install the main cover to the bracket. When installing to a wall Wind the accessory waterproof sealing tape B around the connecting part of the main cover, screw the main cover clockwise into the bracket, and then securely tighten the screw A. 5 6 Connect the dome cover with the wire. Place the connection ring of drop-prevention wire A on the dome cover onto the connection screw of the main cover, and then secure it by tightening the two nuts. Connect the condensation-prevention heater cable. A B Connect the connector of the anti-condensation heating cable B to the main cover. A When installing to a ceiling Screw the top of the main cover clockwise into the base of the bracket, and then securely tighten the screw A. A B NOTE: When installing the main cover to the bracket, pull the cables to adjust them so that they are not loose inside the cover. 7 Install the dome cover. After applying lubricating oil (accessory O-ring lube) to the packing A around the rim of the dome cover, fit the dome cover into the main cover and secure it by tightening the screws B. Be sure to remove the lens cap from the camera before installing the dome cover. Install the camera unit. Connect the drop-prevention wire inside the main cover to the hole in the base of the camera unit. Align the screw holes (with slots) C in the base of the camera unit with the two screws inside the main cover so that the camera connection terminal B of the camera unit is directly above the camera board A, and then turn the camera unit clockwise. Check that the two screws are at the far ends of each slot, and then securely tighten the screws. Connect the camera cable. Connect the camera connection cable from the connection board to the camera connection terminal of the camera unit. B A B Drop-prevention wire C B A C English - -

13 CONNECTIONS Turn off the power for all equipment before making these connections. Read the instruction manuals for all of the equipment being connected. In addition, if the cables are connected incorrectly, it may cause smoke or incorrect operation to occur. Connections for using RS-85 control Power cable ( V AC, 50 Hz) To AC V outlet Monitor cable (75 Ω coaxial cable) TV monitor (sold separately) System controller (sold separately) Communication cable (twisted pair cable) RS85 A B GND To RS85 A/B terminals NOTE: If the camera and the system controller are too far apart, the reliability of the control signals may drop. If this happens, use a RS-85 distributor. Coaxial cable type and maximum length Cable type RG-6U (5C-V), 500 m maximum. Cable type RG-U (7C-V), 600 m maximum. CAUTION: Using CCTV/Video-grade coaxial cable. Consumable parts The following parts are consumable parts. Use the service lives given as a guide for replacement. Note that the service lives are only to be used as guides, and are not a guarantee of performance for each part for the length of time specified. In addition, the service life for each part will vary depending on the operating environment and conditions of use. Lens: Approx. 0,000 hours (,00,000 operations) Slip ring: Approx. 0,000 hours (,00,000 operations) FFC cable: Approx.,000,000 operations - - English

14 CONNECTIONS Connections for using coaxial control System connections () Power supply 6 Power supply Video output connector (BNC) Video output connector (BNC) Multiplexer (sold separately) TV monitor (sold separately) RS-85 connector System controller (sold separately) ALARM IN connector Ground (C) Digital video recorder (sold separately) Ground (C) Switch output connector System connections () Power supply AC V connection DC V connection Video output connector (BNC) CONTROL SIGNAL MIX SEPA Video input connector COAX-SSP converter (sold separately) System controller (sold separately) RS85 A B GND TV monitor (sold separately) English - -

15 OPERATION Operations using RS-85 or coaxial cable control system Operations using RS-85 control system ( ) Set the communication setting (JP) pins so that pins (RS-85) are shorted. Refer to Connections for using RS-85 control for details on connections. Operations using coaxial cable control system ( ) Set the communication setting (JP) pins so that pins (COAX) are shorted. Refer to Connections for using coaxial control for details on connections. JP JP Communication setting pins Initial display SANYO Controller 5:0:0 MX:--- VR:--- CM:00 INDIVIDUAL MODE (Menu display) B CAMERA S/N:70660 CAMERA ID:000 BAUD RATE:900BPS PROTOCOL :SANYO MODEL :VCC-9000P VERSION :.A A SYSTEM INFORMATION LENS CAMERA PAN/TILT PARAMETERS AUTO MODE PRIVACY MASK END (Model: VSP-8000) 5 Connect all equipment and turn on the power. When the power for the camera is turned on, the self-test function for the internal lens starts, and when it finishes, the individual information for that camera is displayed on the screen. The initial display will appear in the menu display of the system controller. Press the INDIVIDUAL button. MX: (multiplexer) will appear in the initial display. Press the MODE button repeatedly until CM: (camera) appears in the display. MX VR CM DR MX Use the numeric buttons to enter the address number (example: 00) that is specified by the camera's address setting switch (SW) into CAMERA ID, and then press the ENTER button. The camera monitoring screen will be displayed. 6 Operate the camera. AÏMaking camera settings from the camera's menu screen When you press the MENU button, the camera's menu screen is displayed. These operations are carried out mainly by using the joystick lever and the ENTER button. Make the settings while referring to MENU EXPLANATIONS. BÏButton operations at the system controller This uses both the command buttons on the CAMERA panel and the FUNCTION button. For details, refer to the instruction manual for the system controller. - - English

16 MENU EXPLANATIONS The menu settings are divided into six sub-menus. Main menu SYSTEM INFORMATION LENS CAMERA PAN/TILT PARAMETERS AUTO MODE PRIVACY MASK END NOTE: The menu screens are cleared automatically if no menu operations are carried out for two minutes or more. Press the MENU button to re-display them. Menu settings are all stored automatically in case of problems such as power outages. If you tilt the joystick lever vertically and hold it in that position, the position automatically moves up or down. Furthermore, if you tilt and hold the joystick lever for 0 seconds or more while changing a setting, the speed at which the setting changes will increase. SYSTEM SETTINGS (SYSTEM INFORMATION) (See p6) CAMERA INFORMATION DISPLAY CONFIGURATION PASSWORD CHANGE FACTORY DEFAULT RESET LENS SETTINGS (LENS) (See p) ZOOM SPEED :HIGH EL ZOOM JOYSTICK AUTO :BOTH AUTO FOCUS :005 AUTO IRIS :005 IRIS LEVEL :00 DAY/NIGHT :AUTO CAMERA SETTINGS (CAMERA) (See p5) SENSE UP SHUTTER WHITE BALANCE :ATW BLC PAN AND TILT SETTINGS (PAN/TILT PARAMETERS) (See p8) AUTO STOP IDLE :00 PROPORTIONAL PAN:ON SET NORTH A Camera ID settings and title settings (CAMERA INFORMATION) B Screen display settings (DISPLAY CONFIGURATION) C Changing the password (PASSWORD CHANGE) D Restoring camera settings to their default settings (FACTORY DEFAULT) E Resetting settings (RESET) A Zoom speed settings (ZOOM SPEED) B Electronic zoom maximum ratio settings (EL ZOOM) C Automatic restore mode settings (JOYSTICK AUTO) D Automatic focus restore time settings (AUTO FOCUS) E Automatic iris restore time setting (AUTO IRIS) F Iris level settings (IRIS LEVEL) G Day/Night settings (DAY/NIGHT) (VCC-900P series only) A Sensitivity increase settings (SENSE UP) B Shutter speed setting (SHUTTER) C White balance settings (WHITE BALANCE) D Backlight compensation settings (BLC) A Settings using joystick operations (AUTO STOP IDLE) B Panning speed settings for different zoom rations (PROPORTIONAL PAN) C Lens starting point position setting (SET NORTH) AUTOMATIC MODE SETTINGS (AUTO MODE) (See p) PRESET POSITION SEQUENCE TOUR AUTO PAN SET ZONE FUNCTION IDLE FUNCTION A Preset position settings (PRESET POSITION) B Sequential mode settings (SEQUENCE) C Tour mode settings (TOUR) D Automatic pan settings (AUTO PAN) E Zone settings (SET ZONE) F Automatic restore standby time settings (FUNCTION IDLE) G Automatic restore function settings (FUNCTION) MASKING SETTINGS (PRIVACY MASK) (See p0) MASK No. : 00 SET ACTIVATE : OFF Masking number setting Masking display setting English - 5 -

17 SYSTEM SETTINGS SYSTEM INFORMATION LENS CAMERA PAN/TILT PARAMETERS AUTO MODE PRIVACY MASK END CAMERA INFORMATION DISPLAY CONFIGURATION PASSWORD CHANGE FACTORY DEFAULT RESET A B C D E A Camera ID settings and title settings (CAMERA INFORMATION) (See p7) This sets the camera s address (camera ID) and title. CAMERA ID : 00 TITLE: CAMERA ID : 00 TITLE: D Restoring camera settings to their default settings (FACTORY DEFAULT) (See p0) The camera settings can be returned to the default settings. A password is required in order to carry out this operation. E Resetting settings (RESET) (See p0) This lets you reset camera operation so that you can redo all operations from the beginning. When you carry out a reset, all operations are stopped and the settings are returned to the initial settings that were active when the power was turned on. B Screen display settings (DISPLAY CONFIGURATION) (See p8) You can display information such as titles and setting numbers for each menu screen on the monitor screen. The default setting is for all displays to be OFF. If you select ON, the details that have been set for a menu screen will be displayed. CAMERA TITLE AUTO PAN No. PRESET TITLE TOUR No. ZOOM RATIO DIRECTION ZONE TITLE C Changing the password (PASSWORD CHANGE) (See p9) At the time of shipment from the factory, the password is set to 56 (default setting). You can change the password if necessary. INPUT PASSWORD:****** CONFIRM :****** PASSWORD LOCK (Password setting screen) OLD PASSWORD: ****** (Password change screen) English

18 SYSTEM SETTINGS A Camera ID settings and title settings (CAMERA INFORMATION) Refer to LIST OF ADDRESS SETTINGS (SW) when changing the address (000 7). (See p) To change the camera s address, set all of the camera s address switches (SW) to ON (55). (See p) Press the MENU button. MENU Changing the address SYSTEM INFORMATION LENS CAMERA PAN/TILT PARAMETERS AUTO MODE PRIVACY MASK END Select, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The CAMERA ID setting will flash. CAMERA ID : 00 TITLE: Change the CAMERA ID setting. Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to change the setting, and tilt it to d or c to move the flashing cursor to a different position. If you keep the joystick lever tilted to c, entry will be completed. The changed CAMERA ID setting will be displayed in the initial screen. Select, and then tilt the joystick lever to c to complete the setting. 5 Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to select SYSTEM INFORMATION, and then tilt it to c. Select CAMERA INFORMATION, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The camera information setting screen will be displayed. CAMERA INFORMATION DISPLAY CONFIGURATION PASSWORD CHANGE FACTORY DEFAULT RESET Select CAMERA ID, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The serial number (S/N) setting screen will be displayed. Select INPUT S/N, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The INPUT S/N setting will flash. Enter the serial number to be displayed for the CAMERA S/N setting (st line). Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to change the setting, and tilt it to d or c to move the flashing cursor to a different position. If you keep the joystick lever tilted to d, entry will be completed. Select CAMERA INFORMATION, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The camera information setting screen will be displayed. Select TITLE, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The TITLE setting will flash. Enter a title name. Setting the title CAMERA ID : 00 TITLE: Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to change the letter or number, and tilt it to d or c to move the flashing cursor to a different position. If you keep the joystick lever tilted to d, entry will be completed. Select, and then tilt the joystick lever to c to complete the setting. Refer to B Screen display settings for details on showing the display. (See p8) CAMERA S/N :70660 INPUT S/N : CAMERA S/N :70660 INPUT S/N :70660 English - 7 -

19 SYSTEM SETTINGS B Screen display settings (DISPLAY CONFIGURATION) Select DISPLAY CONFIGURATION, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The screen display setting screen will be displayed. CAMERA TITLE (See p7) Shows the camera title. Setting menu screens CAMERA ID : 00 TITLE: CAMERA INFORMATION DISPLAY CONFIGURATION PASSWORD CHANGE FACTORY DEFAULT RESET Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to select an item, and then tilt it to c. The setting for the selected item will flash. CAMERA TITLE AUTO PAN No. PRESET TITLE TOUR No. ZOOM RATIO DIRECTION ZONE TITLE Example: When CAMERA TITLE is selected. Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to change the setting (ON/OFF), and then tilt it to d. This completes the setting. Select, and then tilt the joystick lever to c to complete the setting. AUTO PAN No. (See p7) Shows the setting number during automatic panning operation. PRESET TITLE (See p) Shows the preset name when a preset position is retrieved. TOUR No. (See p6) Shows the setting number during tour mode operation. 5 DIRECTION (See p0) Shows the current direction, pan angle and tilt angle for the camera lens. AUTO PAN No. :00 SET LEFT LIMIT SET RIGHT LIMIT PAN SPEED : 80 RUN PRESET No. : 00 TITLE: SETTING SHOW CURRENT SHOW NEXT TOUR No. : 00 TRACE SHOW RUN AUTO STOP IDLE :0 PROPORTIONAL PAN:ON SET NORTH... 6 ZONE TITLE (See p8) Shows the zone name for the zone mode settings. ZONE No. : 00 TITLE: SET LEFT LIMIT SET RIGHT LIMIT 7 ZOOM RATIO Shows the zoom ratio for the optical zoom lens. The electronic zoom ratio is not displayed. Setting detail display locations CAMERA TITLE CAMERA A PANNING AUTO PAN No. PRESET TITLE TOUR No. NW8 70 ZONE X 7 ZOOM RATIO 5 DIRECTION 6 ZONE TITLE English

20 SYSTEM SETTINGS C Changing the password (PASSWORD CHANGE) If changing the password from 56 (default setting) to 65 Changing the password Select PASSWORD CHANGE, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The password setting screen will be displayed. INPUT PASSWORD:****** CONFIRM :****** PASSWORD LOCK :ON To set a password, set PASSWORD LOCK to ON. Setting and deactivating a password Select PASSWORD CHANGE, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The password setting screen will be displayed. Select PASSWORD LOCK, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The current setting will flash Select INPUT PASSWORD, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. OLD PASSWORD: ****** Select OLD PASSWORD, tilt the joystick lever to c, and then enter the current password. Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to change the setting, and tilt it to d or c to move the flashing cursor to a different position. Enter the current (default) password, starting from. ***** Once you have entered 56 in OLD PASSWORD, tilt the joystick lever to d and hold it there until is displayed to complete the password entry Select, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. INPUT PASSWORD will be selected. Enter the new password ( 65 ) in the INPUT PASSWORD setting. Enter the new password, starting from 6, in the same way for the old password. INPUT PASSWORD:6***** CONFIRM :****** PASSWORD LOCK Tilt the joystick lever to d and hold it there until is displayed. This completes the password entry. Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to select CONFIRM, then tilt it to c and enter the new password ( 65 ) once more. Tilt the joystick lever to d and hold it there until is displayed. This completes the password entry. Select, and then tilt the joystick lever to c to complete the setting. Select ON, and then tilt the joystick lever to d. Select, and then tilt the joystick lever to c to complete the setting. When deactivating the password, set PASSWORD LOCK to OFF. NOTE: If PASSWORD LOCK is set to ON, the password entry prompt will be displayed on the screen when the MENU button on the system controller is pressed, so enter the password. To redisplay the menu INPUT PASSWORD:****** CONFIRM :****** PASSWORD LOCK The PASSWORD screen will be displayed. PASSWORD:****** Enter the password, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The menu screen will be displayed. English - 9 -

21 SYSTEM SETTINGS D Restoring camera settings to their default settings (FACTORY DEFAULT) The camera settings can be returned to the default settings. Select FACTORY DEFAULT in the system setting menu, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The password entry screen will be displayed. Select SET, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. All settings except for the PAN, TOUR, SEQ, PASSWORD and TITLE settings will be restored to the factory default settings. To return to the previous status without resetting the settings, select. To return all settings to the default settings (except for CAMERA ID) If you enter the password before selecting SET, all settings including the PAN, TOUR, SEQ, PASSWORD and TITLE settings will be restored to the factory default settings. CAMERA INFORMATION DISPLAY CONFIGURATION PASSWORD CHANGE FACTORY DEFAULT RESET PASSWORD:****** SET Select FACTORY DEFAULT in the system setting menu, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The password entry screen will be displayed. Select PASSWORD, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The first digit of the password will flash. PASSWORD:0***** SET List of Default Setting Values Menu item Setting Menu item Setting CAMERA TITLE OFF WHITE BALANCE ATW AUTO PAN No. OFF MWB-R 6 PRESET TITLE OFF MWB-B 6 TOUR No. OFF BLC OFF ZOOM RATIO OFF AUTO STOP IDLE 0 DIRECTION PROPORTIONAL OFF PAN ON ZONE TITLE OFF FUNCTION IDLE OFF ZOOM SPEED HIGH FUNCTION OFF EL ZOOM OFF PRESET No., TOUR No., AUTO PAN No. JOYSTICK AUTO BOTH SEQ PAUSE TIME AUTO FOCUS 5 PAN SPEED AUTO IRIS ZONE DEFAULT 5 SPEED IRIS LEVEL PRIVACY MASK 0 ACTIVATE OFF DAY/NIGHT AUTO PASSWORD 56 SENSE UP OFF TITLE All 0 SHUTTER OFF : To return shaded items to the default settings, you need to enter the password. E Resetting settings (RESET) This lets you reset camera operation so that you can redo all operations from the beginning. When you carry out a reset, all operations are stopped and the settings are returned to the initial settings that were active when the power was turned on. Select RESET in the system setting menu, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. CAMERA INFORMATION DISPLAY CONFIGURATION PASSWORD CHANGE FACTORY DEFAULT RESET Enter the password. Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to change the setting, and tilt it to c to move the flashing cursor to the next position. Tilt the joystick lever to d and hold it there until is displayed. This completes the password entry. Select SET, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The camera will be reset and the self-test will start. This function works in the same way as the RESET retrieved command of the system controller. PASSWORD:****** SET All camera settings will be returned to the factory default settings. To return to the previous status without resetting the settings, select English

22 LENS SETTINGS SYSTEM INFORMATION LENS CAMERA PAN/TILT PARAMETERS AUTO MODE PRIVACY MASK END ZOOM SPEED :HIGH EL ZOOM JOYSTICK AUTO :BOTH AUTO FOCUS :005 AUTO IRIS :005 IRIS LEVEL :00 DAY/NIGHT :AUTO A B C D E F G A Zoom speed settings (ZOOM SPEED)(See p) The following zoom speeds can be selected for the lens. HIGH: High zoom speed (default setting) LOW: ª² ªª «B Electronic zoom maximum ratio settings (EL ZOOM)(See p) The following maximum electronic zoom ratios can be selected. OFF: Electronic zoom is not carried out (default setting). 6X/8X/X/X: Electronic zoom is set to a maximum of 6x, 8x, x or x. C Automatic restore mode settings (JOYSTICK AUTO)(See p) This lets you set whether operation returns to automatic focus and automatic iris if you use the joystick lever or zoom lever to move the camera while manual focus or manual iris are being used. The following selections are available. BOTH: Automatic focus and automatic iris are both restored (default setting). NONE: Neither are restored. IRIS: Only automatic iris is restored. FOCUS: Only automatic focus is restored. D Automatic focus restore time settings (AUTO FOCUS)(See p) This lets you set the time taken for automatic focus to be restored after the FOCUS button on the system controller is pressed to carry out manual focus operations. The following selections are available. OFF: Does not switch to automatic focus : Automatic focus is restored after 55 seconds. (Default setting: 5 seconds) E Automatic iris restore time setting (AUTO IRIS)(See p) This lets you set the time taken for automatic iris to be restored after the IRIS button on the system controller is pressed to carry out manual iris operations. The following selections are available. OFF: Does not switch to automatic iris : Automatic iris is restored after 55 seconds. (Default setting: 5 seconds) F Iris level settings (IRIS LEVEL) (See p) This sets the standard level (000 00) for the automatic iris. The larger the value, the brighter are the images : Set the automatic iris sensitivity to a setting between 000 and 00. (Default setting: 00) G Day/Night settings (DAY/NIGHT) (VCC-900P series only) (See p) The day/night function automatically switches between color and black-and-white images according to changes in the ambient light intensity. When you use this function, color images are taken during bright daylight hours, and black-and-white images are taken during darker nighttime hours. You can also fix the setting to color or black-and-white without using the automatic switching function. AUTO: Activates the day/night function (automatic switching) (default setting) COLOR: Monitored images are always in color regardless of the brightness. B/W: Monitored images are always in black-and-white regardless of the brightness. NOTE: If using infrared illumination, monitoring may switch automatically from black-and-white to color if a lot of light is reflected from the object being illuminated. Set up the infrared illumination in a place where it will not interfere with monitoring. English - -

23 LENS SETTINGS A Zoom speed settings (ZOOM SPEED) Press the MENU button. MENU Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to select LENS, and then tilt it to c. Select ZOOM SPEED, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The ZOOM SPEED setting will flash. SYSTEM INFORMATION LENS CAMERA PAN/TILT PARAMETERS AUTO MODE PRIVACY MASK END B Electronic zoom maximum ratio settings (EL ZOOM) Select EL ZOOM, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The EL ZOOM setting will flash. ZOOM SPEED :HIGH EL ZOOM JOYSTICK AUTO :BOTH AUTO FOCUS :005 AUTO IRIS :005 IRIS LEVEL :00 Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to select the electronic zoom ratio, and then tilt it to d. Available settings: OFF, X, X, 8X, 6X Select, and then tilt the joystick lever to c to complete the setting. 5 ZOOM SPEED :HIGH EL ZOOM JOYSTICK AUTO :BOTH AUTO FOCUS :005 AUTO IRIS :005 IRIS LEVEL :00 Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to select the zoom speed, and then tilt it to d. Available settings: HIGH, LOW Select, and then tilt the joystick lever to c to complete the setting. NOTE: When a continuous zoom operation is carried out, the operation will pause momentarily at the maximum optical zoom ratio to indicate that operation is switching from optical zoom to electronic zoom. If you then release the zoom lever and then repeat the zoom operation, electronic zoom will be carried out. It is not necessary to stop the zoom operation when reducing the zoom ratio from the electronic zoom range back to the optical zoom range. C Automatic restore mode settings (JOYSTICK AUTO) Select JOYSTICK AUTO, and then tilt the joystick lever to c. The JOYSTICK AUTO setting will flash. ZOOM SPEED :HIGH EL ZOOM JOYSTICK AUTO :BOTH AUTO FOCUS :005 AUTO IRIS :005 IRIS LEVEL :00 Tilt the joystick lever to j or l to select the automatic restore mode, and then tilt it to d. Available settings: BOTH (Default setting), NONE, IRIS, FOCUS Select, and then tilt the joystick lever to c to complete the setting. - - English

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