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LG LSX701 User Manual

LG LSX701 User Manual

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Color Video Camera
User Manual
Model: LSX701
Before installing, operating or adjusting
this product, please read this instruction
booklet carefully and completely.


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  • Page 1 Color Video Camera User Manual Model: LSX701 Before installing, operating or adjusting this product, please read this instruction booklet carefully and completely.
  • Page 2 FCC WARNING: This equipment may generate or use radio CAUTION frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this equip- ment may cause harmful interference unless the modifica- tions are expressly approved in the instruction manual. The RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if DO NOT OPEN an unauthorized change or modification is made.
  • Page 3 Caution: This installation should be made by a qualified • Caution: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replaced only with the same or equivalent service person and should conform to all local codes. type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose Caution: To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabi- of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s net.
  • Page 4 When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means European representative : the product is covered by the European LG Electronics Service Europe B.V. Directive 00/96/EC. Veluwezoom 15, 17 AE Almere, All electrical and electronic products...
  • Page 5 Important Safety Instructions Read these instructions. and the point where they exit from the apparatus. Keep these instructions. 11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. Heed all warnings. 1. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table Follow all instructions.
  • Page 6 Cautions for Safe Operation Power Supply They may damage the surface finish and/or impair the operation of the camera. This camera must always be operated a AC V or DC 1V Certified/Listed, class  power supply only. Operating and storage location Note: Be careful of AC frequency when the camera is operated Avoid viewing a very bright object (such as light fittings)
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Features ..............8 Menu Operation..........20 OSD Menu control buttons ........0 Part Names and Functions ........9 OSD Menu Overview ...........1 General Operation ............ Connections ............11 Camera Identification Settings ........ Precautions ..............11 Exposure Settings ............5 Connection Overview ..........11 White Balance settings ..........8 Connecting Display device........1 Day/Night Setting ............9...
  • Page 8: Features

    Features This Color Video Camera is designed for installation in an video surveillance system. This manual contains instructions on how to install and manage the Color Video Camera in your video surveillance system. Should you require any technical assistance, please contact authorized service center.
  • Page 9: Part Names And Functions

    Part Names and Functions c Flange-back adjustment lever b c d e f d Lens iris output connector (LENS) This - pin connector is used to send the Iris control signal and power supply to an auto-iris type lens. e Setup menu control buttons Use these buttons to set the menu options.
  • Page 10 Part Names and Functions g Power input terminal g i j k Supplies AC V or DC 1V from an external power source. h External Device Connectors • D&N Connect the external switch to set the D&N func- tion manually. • ALARM (Alarm Output Terminal) Connect to the alarm input of an external device.
  • Page 11: Connections

    Connections Precautions • Be sure to switch off the unit before installation and connection. • A qualified service person, complying with all applicable codes, should perform all required hardware installation. • Do not expose the power and connection cable to moisture, which may cause damage to the unit. Connection Overview RS-232C TTL/ RS-485 Unit...
  • Page 12: Connecting Display Device

    Connections Connecting Display device Connecting Power Source The video signal connection between the camera and the Connect power, using the method listed below: monitor. Remove the insulation on the power cable as illustrated. Attach the terminal tips. Connect to the DC 1 V / AC  V UL Listed, Class  Power Supply only on the unit.
  • Page 13: Connecting Rs-85/Rs-C Ttl Device

    Connections Connecting RS-485/RS-232C TTL Connecting Alarm Device Device Alarm terminals are used to connect the alarm (relay) devices such as sensors, door switches, etc. Use these ports to connect an external device of RS-C Connect the alarm (relay) device to the alarm (relay) output TTL/ RS-85 format.
  • Page 14: Connecting Day&Night Switch

    Connections Connecting Day&Night Switch Contact Ratings Connect the external D&N switch to the D&N terminal. • Maximum load current is ±10mA. ALARM • Do not connect any sys- tem or device that has over 0 Vp-p (DC 0 V) Equivalent bias voltage on the con- Diagram tact terminal.
  • Page 15: Mounting The Lens

    Connections Note: If you use the external D&N function, you should set the DAY/NIGHT option to EXT on the setup menu. Mounting the Lens Open Remove the lens mount cap from the camera. Open External S/W External S/W Night function When you close the external switch, the D&N function is set to night mode.
  • Page 16 Connections opening, then turn the lens slowly to install it. In such a case, remove the original plug and using a soldering iron, connect a lens iris plug according to -. C mount type lens the diagram. (Refer to next page.) To allow for flange- back adjustment, install the C-mount adaptor (option) on the lens mount, then carefully align the lens mount with the cam-...
  • Page 17: Concerning Auto-Iris Lenses

    Connections Concerning Auto-Iris Lenses Rewire the lens iris plug Cut off the plug of the lens cable, cut off approxi- DC type auto-iris lens mately 8mm of the insulation, and then strip approximately mm of the ends of the cable A lens without driver circuit that operates only on a DC sheaths.
  • Page 18: Flange-Back Adjustment

    Connections ELC type auto-iris lens Be cautions not to use Auto Iris Lens with over 5mA. Use a manual or fixed iris lens (Set the ALC Lens Setting Switch to the ELC position.) Flange-back Adjustment The adjustment is required only when a lens without focus- VIDEO type auto-iris lens adjusting mechanism is mounted, or when a lens with A lens with amplifier circuit that operates on video sig-...
  • Page 19: Mounting The Camera

    Connections Note: Note: The object may be out of focus when using a source of If using a camera mounting bracket, select a location that near-infrared light than using the visible light. is strong enough to bear the full weight of the camera and the mounting bracket for long periods, and install the camera and mounting bracket securely.
  • Page 20: Menu Operation

    Menu Operation OSD Menu control buttons BUTTON Description This camera utilizes an on-screen user MENU. To set items Used to move upper direction on the on the menu, use the following buttons. menu screen. Use this button to select an item or adjust the parameters. UP button Used to move lower direction on the menu screen.
  • Page 21: Osd Menu Overview

    Menu Operation OSD Menu Overview Main Menu Sub Menu Contents The following table shows the list of menu items and op- PUSH tions. You can adapt the camera to your requirements by INDOOR, setting up the respective items in these menus. COLOR TEMP OUTDOOR WHITE BAL...
  • Page 24: General Operation

    Menu Operation General Operation • TOP: Return to the CAMERA SETTING menu screen. Press [SET] button. • END: Exit the setup menu. The setup menu screen appears on the monitor. Camera Identification Settings You can use the camera identification (CAMERA ID) to assign a number to the camera.
  • Page 25: Exposure Settings

    Menu Operation Exposure Settings BACKLIGHT setting Use BACKLIGHT option to view the object clearly in back- You can set the exposure options using the EXPOSURE light conditions. menu. Select [EXPOSURE] option on the [CAMERA SETTING] menu. Use [LEFT] or [RIGHT] button to select a mode (ALC ELC).
  • Page 26 Menu Operation Brightness setting • HSBLC: Use for masking brightness of the specific area to view the subject more clearly. The HSBLC You can increase the brightness of the darkened video. If mode is automatically activated only in low lumi- you set the brightness to lower value, the image is dark- nance scene.
  • Page 27 Menu Operation AGC (Automatic Gain Control) setting SHUTTER (Shutter Speed) setting If the images are too dark, change the maximum [AGC] Select the desired shutter speed for camera exposure. You value to make the images brighter. can change the shutter speed to higher speed to capture fast-moving subjects, though the image becomes darker.
  • Page 28: White Balance Settings

    Menu Operation SENS-UP setting • OFF: Not used. Note: If pictures are not clear due to darkness, this SENS-UP operation would increase the sensitivity of picture. If you set to one of the SHUTTER options except AUTO on the [SHUTTER] menu or [AGC] to [OFF], the [SENS-UP] set- ting is not available and [---] mark is displayed.
  • Page 29: Day/Night Setting

    Menu Operation press [SET]. mately ,00°K. OUTDOOR: The color temperature range • ATW (Auto-Tracing White Balance): The color for the proper white balance is approxi- temperature range for the proper white balance mately 5,100°K. is approximately 1,700 - 11,000ºK. Proper white balance may not be obtained under the following >...
  • Page 30: Motion Detection Setting

    Menu Operation Motion Detection Setting night function. • AUTO: You will be able to change the Day/Night The motion detection detects the moving objects in the mode automatically. scene by monitoring changes in brightness level. You can Note: select the level of sensitivity for motion detection to  zone. If you set the AGC to [OFF] or the SHUTTER is set to one of the SHUTTER options except AUTO on the [EXPOSURE] menu, the AUTO mode of the...
  • Page 31: D-Dnr Setting

    Menu Operation 3D-DNR Setting Use [UP] or [DOWN] to select an option then use [LEFT] or [RIGHT] button to adjust the option. • HEIGHT: Enlarge or decrease the vertical size of the mask. • WIDTH: Enlarge or decrease the horizontal size of the mask.
  • Page 32: Privacy Setting

    Menu Operation Privacy Setting WHITE or BLACK on the COLOR option. Use [UP] or [DOWN] to select an option then use This function is aiming at the protection of personal pri- [LEFT] or [RIGHT] button to adjust the option. vacy, selecting a screen part black not to be displayed in •...
  • Page 33: Special Menu Settings

    Menu Operation Special Menu Settings This menu lets you adjust and set up D-ZOOM, D-EFFECT, SHARPNESS, STABILIZER, COLOR, SYNC, USER TITLE, LANGUAGE function by yourself in the SPECIAL menu. Select [D-ZOOM] option on the [SPECIAL] menu. Use [LEFT] or [RIGHT] button to select a [ON] then press [SET] the DIGITAL ZOOM menu appears.
  • Page 34 Menu Operation Setting the D-EFFECT (Digital effect) Setting the SHARPNESS effect You can select the digital effect. The degree to which the boundary of the two portions is clearly distinguished. Select [D-EFFECT] option on the [SPECIAL] menu. Select [SHARPNESS] option on the [SPECIAL] menu. Use [LEFT] or [RIGHT] button to select a digital effect.
  • Page 35 Menu Operation Stabilizer setting Setting the COLOR effect The image stabilizer function minimizes the appearance of You can switch the displayed picture to gray scale or color. shaky images caused by low-frequency vibration. This function is useful for outdoor surveillance. Select [STABILIZER] option and set to ON or OFF.
  • Page 36 Menu Operation Setting the SYNC (Synchronization) The SYNC function is available only with AC power source. Select [SYNC] option on the [SPECIAL] menu. Use [LEFT] or [RIGHT] button to select [INT] or [LL] (Line Lock). • INT: Selects for using the internal synchronization. -1.
  • Page 37 Menu Operation press [SET]. The USER TITLE menu appears. Language Setting Select the viewer language for the camera setup menu and OSD information display. Use [UP], [DOWN], [LEFT] or [RIGHT] button to select a character or number then press [SET] button. •...
  • Page 38 Menu Operation Reset Settings • CAMERA REBOOT: To reboot the camera system. • FACTORY RESET: To reset the camera setting to factory setting, select [FACTORY RESET] option. • COMMUNICATION > PROTOCOL: Select a protocol for RS-C TTL/RS-85 communication. > BAUD RATE: Set the speed of communica- tion between the camera and the RS-C TTL/RS-85 unit.
  • Page 39: Reference

    Reference RS-232C TTL/RS-485 Protocol (Op- ex) In case of transmission, 0xC5, 0x5F, 0x0, 0x00, 0x0A” tional) C.S. = 0xC5 +0x5F +0x0 +0x00 +0x0A = 0x010 Data Communication Format therefore, C.S. = 0x0 Commands • Data Length: 1 Byte (8 Bit) •...
  • Page 40: Specification

    Reference Specification ITEM LSX701N LSX701P Signal System NTSC Total/Effective Pixels 10K / 80K Pixels 70K / 0K Pixels Pick-up Device 1/” Interline EX-view HAD CCD Lens C/CS Mount Lens Signal Process XDI Slim Synchronization System Internal / Line Lock Scanning Frequency (H) 15.7KHz 15.65KHz Scanning Frequency (V)
  • Page 41 Reference ITEM LSX701N LSX701P 0.0001 Lux (Sens-up Auto, F1.) (0.06 Lux: Sens-Up Off, F1.) Minimum Illumination Night 0.00001 Lux (Sens-up Auto, F1.) (0.0006 Lux: Sens-Up Off, F1.) Iris Control DC/VIDEO/ELC Gain Control OFF/LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH Exposure ALC/ELC Shutter Speed 1/60 ~ 1/90,000 1/50 ~ 1/90,000 White Balance ATW/MANUAL...
  • Page 42 P/NO: MFL67706...

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