Appearance Port Description Lens 12x optical zoom Steady green: normal operation Blinking green: remote control is in use Steady orange: sleep mode Status indicator Blinking orange: camera upgrade Blinking red: 1. Fault detected 2. Upgrading Single Chip Micyoco Infrared receiver Receives infrared signals, supports NEC protocol Power button Powers camera on or off...
If the display is thicker than 170 mm or wall-mounted, the Camera 200 cannot be installed on top of the display. If the display is 170 mm or thinner, the Camera 200 can be mounted on top of a display or placed horizontally with an additional L-shaped bracket (not included).
Requires: Wall- Included: wall mounting bracket (1), 1/4"-20UNC screw (1), Expansion bolts Mounted (4), M6 × 30 Philips screws (4). Not included: hammer drill (1), electric screwdriver (1), hammer (1), and Phillips screwdriver (1). First, drill four holes in the wall for mounting the bracket, each with a diameter of 8 mm (0.31 in.) and depth of 35–40 mm (1.38–1.57 in.).
holes must be level for correct installation, then install. Installation Procedure. The camera can be mounted both on top and on bottom of the bracket as shown below. Requires: Ceiling- Not included: ceiling bracket (1), 1/4"-20UNC screw (recommended) Mounted Bracket Requirements:...
200. The distance between the screw hole on the bracket and location pillar must be 14.5 mm (0.57 in.) to match the holes of the Camera 200. If the bracket has a front side and back side, the location pillar must be placed on the front, and the screw hole on the back.
HDMI port is available for direct connection with the camera. Insert the supplied HD-VI to DVI/COM adapter into the Box 500's HD-VI port. Connect it to the DVI-HDMI adapter (not included) and to the Camera 200's HDMI port, and then connect the COM cable to the Camera 200's RS232-IN port.
Matched CloudLink Meeting PC Client Directly connect the Camera 200 to a PC with a USB cable after it is turned on. Start the Huawei CloudLink Meeting PC client. Go to the menu and go to Settings > Media > Video Device and select HUAWEI Camera 200.
RS232 cable connection must be configured. In addition the following configurations must be performed: For configurations (1) and (2), the camera is also controllable by the Huawei Touch included with the HD video device: when the device is idle, go to Setting > Camera to >...
Control the camera individually using the IR remote control included with the Camera 200. Use the Menu button to hide or display the On-Screen Display (OSD) configuration screen. There you can set the image output format, image parameters, and image inversion mode.
Buttons Description # + # + 3: 1080p 50 FOCUS+ or FOCUS-: Adjust focus (only in manual mode) ZOOM+ or ZOOM-: Zoom in or zoom out AUTO: Auto focus mode MANUAL: Manual focus mode * + # + AUTO: Start auto rotation mode # + * + AUTO: Stop auto rotation mode Set preset: Press SET PRESET + 0–9: to set number preset Call preset: Press 0–9 to call a saved preset...
Category Item Specifications 1/25 seconds to 1/10000 seconds Shutter speed Up to 254. Remote control supports presets Local camera presets from 0 to 9 Range: ± 110˚ Speed: 1.7˚/s (Tele) to 80˚/s (Wide) Repositioning accuracy: ± 0.1˚ capability Range: ± 30˚ Speed: 0.7˚/s (Tele) to 28˚/s (Wide) Tilt Repositioning accuracy: ±...
During installation and commissioning, properly ground the camera, and do not insert or remove the camera video cables when the camera is powered on. Keep the device dry and prevent collision damage during storage, transportation, and operations. Do not attempt to dismantle the device. Contact an authorized maintenance center to address any faults.
Why does the display fail (no video or black screen) after the camera has worked for a period of time? Check the camera working environment. For example, check the cable connection, voltage, and heat dissipation. IR remote control for configuration check: Go to Menu > Camera > Exposure to check whether the aperture is off or the shutter value is too high, resulting in underexposure.
The Huawei Camera 200 supports the Video System Control Architecture (VISCA) protocol and therefore can be cascaded. Connection method: Use a keyboard with the VISCA protocol to connect the cameras. Connect the RS232-IN port of the first camera to the VISCA keyboard.