Honeywell Welcome Thank you for purchasing our camera! This user manual is designed to be a reference tool for your system. Please read the following safeguard and warnings carefully before you use this series of product! Please keep this user manual well for future reference!
Honeywell Current series camera has no power button. Please unplug all corresponding power cables before your installation. Do not touch the CCD or CMOS part; you can use the blower to clean the dust on the surface of the lens. You can use the dry cloth with some alcohol to clear if necessary.
Honeywell 1 GENERAL INSTRODUCTION Overview This series of camera conform to the HD-SDI specifications. It supports high speed video signal, almost no delaying in the transmission. The HD-SDI interface adopts the coaxial cable and uses the BNC port as the cable standard.
GENERAL INSTRODUCTION • Support auto iris function. Specifications Please refer to the following sheet for performance specification. Performance Model HD-SDC-3300P Parameter System Main Processor High performance processor· Image Sensor 1/2.8-inch CMOS Pixel 2048（H）*1536（V） Day/Night Mode Support day/night mode switch and IR-CUT at the same time.
650g Support various installation modes（Enclosure and bracket is Installation optional） Factory Default Setup Please refer to the following sheet for factory default setup information. Function Item Name HD-SDC-3300P Configuration Type COM Setup COM No. COM01 Baud rate 9600 Parity None...
GENERAL INSTRODUCTION Please press the Reset button for 5 seconds to restore the factory default setup if the device cannot work properly or it cannot boot up.
Honeywell 2 Framework Rear Panel This series camera real panel is shown as below. Figure 2-1 The Rear Panel of HD-SDC-3300P Please refer to the following sheet for detail information. Interface Name Connector Function • Power port. AC 24V/ DC 12V Power port •...
Framework • Software indication light. It is on after Yellow light the software loaded successfully. Reserved port I/O port Alarm input ground end. RS485_A port. RS485 port It is to control the 485 tool to set the video parameter. RS485_B port. It is to control the 485 tool to set the video parameter.
Installation 3 Installation All the installation and operations here should conform to your local electrical safety rules Lens Installation Figure 3-1 Lens Installation Auto Aperture Lens Please follow the steps listed below for auto aperture lens installation. The interface is shown as in Figure 3-1 Figure 3-2.
Honeywell • When it is ∞, you can turn the ADJUST screw to adjust the focus circle to adjust the focal distance. Manual Lens Install C type lens • Remove the CCD protection cap; use the cross-head screwdriver to remove the screw near the focal circle. Then please turn counter clockwise to move the focal circle out for several millimeters.
Installation • Unplug the auto lens cable socket from the auto lens connector. If you are using the manual aperture lens, please skip the step. • If there is no lens, please put the CCD protection cap back to protect the CCD.
Honeywell Figure 3-4 I/O port This figure is for reference only.
CONFIGURATION TOOL 4 CONFIGURATION TOOL Overview You can use the configuration tool to set the device parameters and upgrade the system. Operation Double click the “485Configs.exe” icon; you can see an interface is shown as in Figure 4-1. In the device interface, you can view COM setup, parameter setup, OSD, upgrade information and etc.
Honeywell Figure 4-1 Config Tool The OSD interface is shown as in Figure 4-2. Figure 4-2 OSD Interface The upgrade interface is shown as in Figure 4-3.
CONFIGURATION TOOL Figure 4-3 upgrade Interface You can refer to the following sheet for detailed information. Item Note Select the corresponding COM number. COM Setup Baud rate Default value is 9600 (Read-only) Parity None Data bit Default value is 8 (Read-only). Stop bit Default value is 1 (Read-only).
Honeywell Please note the BLC function and the contrast function cannot be valid at the same time. Set the hue value to adjust the video hue. The value ranges from 0 to 100. Saturation Set the saturation value to adjust the video saturation.
CONFIGURATION TOOL Exposure There are 15 levels ranging from -7 to 7. You can set compensation the corresponding value to adjust the video total brightness. System info FPGA software and hardware version number. Others Mirror It is the pan rotation. You can check the box to enable this function.
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