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1. MAIN switch
This is the main power switch.
When using this unit, set this
switch to ON. Otherwise, the power
cannot be turned on/off using the
POWER button on the front of the
2. CAMERA OUT connectors
Camera video output connectors
for use of BNC connectors. If the
MAIN switch is ON, the loop
through output is possible for the
camera image inputted into each
CAMERA IN connector.
3. CAMERA IN connectors
Input connector for signal of
camera (BNC connector).
4. GND terminals
It is the common GND terminal.
5. AUDIO connectors
AUDIO IN connector
Input connector for audio signal
(RCA pin).
AUDIO OUT connector
Output connector for audio signal
(RCA pin).
6. MIC jack
Input connector for microphone
(600 ohm impedance). Use of MIC
for audio recording has priority to
use of the AUDIO IN connector.
7. AC power socket
This socket connects to the power
cord. Earth terminal is for safety.
Use the 100 ~ 240V plug with earth
for the power of this unit.
! This unit must be earthed at all
times. Never connect this unit to a
power outlet which does not have
an earth terminal.
Inserting/Ejecting Compact Flash Card
Before using the Card, read the cautionary notes described in the manual included with Compact Flash Card.
<Inserting Card>
1. Remove the COMPACT FLASH slot cover attached to the unit.
2. Please turn down the side which contains notch in right and left,
securely insert the Card until the CFC EJECT button pops out.
a) Do not eject the Card when copying/restoring, copying/ loading
menus, or immediately after inserting the Card. The Card or the
contained data may become damaged.
b) Securely insert the Compact Flash Card. Otherwise, the unit may not
work properly.
c) Please use the Compact Flash Card which we recommend. When a
non recommended Card is used, there is a possibility that reading and
writing of data may not operate correctly.
d) For usable Compact Flash Card check with your dealer of purchase.
e) When using a new Card, be sure to execute CFC DATA CLEAR in the
<Ejecting Card>
1. Press the CFC EJECT button and eject the Card.
2. Attach the COMPACT FLASH slot cover.
! Please use the AC power cord
8. VIDEO OUT connectors
OUTPUT A VIDEO connector
Output connector for video signal
to monitor (BNC connector).
OUTPUT A S(Y/C) connector
This is output connector for video
signals that separate brightness
signals and color signals for higher
picture quality. Simultaneous
output along with OUTPUT A
VIDEO is also possible.
OUTPUT B connector
Output connector for video signal
to monitor only for live image (BNC
9. RS-485/RS-422 connectors
Connectors for operations of pan,
tilt and zoom when these
connectors are connected to dome
10. REMOTE jack
Input connector for wired remote
11. RESET button
Pressing this button resets the unit
and the power turns off. In this
case, video data, menu settings
and the current time are kept.
12. ALARM IN terminals
Input terminal for alarm signal.
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13. I/O terminals
CLOCK ADJ terminal
Input terminal to set the present
time. Time display is adjusted to
the nearest hour (00 minutes 00
seconds) when this terminal
receives the CLOCK ADJ signal.
The on-screen clock can be reset
to the nearest hour, by applying a
signal to the CLOCK ADJ terminal.
For example, if the current time is
11:29:59, it will be reset to
11:00:00, and if the current time is
11:30:00, it will be reset to
REC terminal
Input terminal to start recording.
Not available during timer
EMERGENCY terminal
Input terminal initiating immediate
shift to EMERGENCY recording
mode compulsorily.
Output terminal to indicate the
unit's current mode. Select the
unit's condition by MODE OUT 1 ~
OUT 5 setting in the <REAR
CALL OUT terminal / CALL OUT
GND terminals
This is the ISOLATION output
terminal. Information that can be
transmitted externally consists of
CALL OUT settings made on the
menu screen as well as fixed
output settings.
DC 5V OUT terminal
Will only output when both the
MAIN switch and POWER button
are ON. The maximum electric
current is 30mA.
14. RS-232C connector
This connector is used to connect
to host device with RS-232C
connector. This unit can be
controlled by another device
through this connector.
15. ETHERNET connector
Use a 10BASE-T cable to connect
to the Ethernet terminal. Please
use the cable adapted to 10BASE-
RECEIVE indicator
Illuminates when the unit is
receiving a signal.
SEND indicator
Illuminates when the unit is
transmitting a signal.
16. SCSI connector
This connector is used to connect
to peripheral recording device.



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