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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Color CCD Camera
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Before installing and using this unit, please read this manual carefully.
Be sure to keep it handy for later reference.
VCC-MC800P
VCC-MC700P

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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    INSTRUCTION MANUAL Color CCD Camera About this manual Before installing and using this unit, please read this manual carefully. Be sure to keep it handy for later reference. VCC-MC800P VCC-MC700P...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Main Features .......2 Precautions....... . .3 Before Using the Menu .
  • Page 3: Main Features

    Main Features b X36 optical zoom b High precision mechanism enabling high speed 360 degrees rotation b -5 to 185 degrees tilting angle b Easy installation and removal Providing clearer monitored images • Detailed surveillance options including auto focus, auto iris, white balance, backlight/profile compensation, electronic shutter and •...
  • Page 4: Precautions

    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. ■...
  • Page 5: Before Using The Menu

    Before Using the Menu After installing the camera, use the menu to select camera operating options and required functions according to your operating environment and surveillance purpose. Use the system controller (VSP-9000) to perform menu setting operations while viewing the menu on the monitor screen. (The VAC-70, VSP-8500 also can be used to operate the camera.) •...
  • Page 6: Basic Operations For Performing Settings In The Menu

    Basic Operations for Performing Settings in the Menu To perform settings in the menu, use the joystick lever (1) on the system controller and the [ENTER] button (2) in the CAMERA MENU CONTROL screen. • Joystick lever: Used to move the cursor or select menu options. Instead of the joystick lever, the control buttons shown in (3) in the CAMERA MENU CONTROL screen can be used to move the cursor or select menu options.
  • Page 7: About Setting Menus

    About Setting Menus b Setting menu mode For performing settings in the menu, the following two menu modes are available. ● Main menu This menu, which is provided for general users, appears by pressing the [MENU] button in the CAMERA MENU CONTROL screen. Some menu items and setting options, which are available in the advanced menu, are omitted in the main menu.
  • Page 8: Setting Menu Composition

    About Setting Menus b Setting menu composition The setting menu (ADVANCED MENU) contains the following settings. The menu item shown with y mark has an advanced setting screen. CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION PRESET MENU 1 Camera settings (CAMERA) Performs camera shooting settings including synchronization, lens...
  • Page 9: Camera Settings (Camera)

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION PRESET MENU Adjusting synchronization signal (SYNC) Adjusts vertical synchronization signal for the camera. • Internal synchronization (INT) • Power source synchronization (L-L) L-L SETTING [V SYNC PHASE] Setting lens aperture (IRIS) Sets lens aperture according to the luminance level of the target object.
  • Page 10 Camera Settings (CAMERA) Setting the AGC level (AGC) Sets the AGC (Auto Gain Control) level in four grades. • ON (four grades) • OFF GAIN SETTING MAX GAIN NORMAL PRESET MENU BACK Setting the gamma correction level (GAMMA) Sets the gamma correction level to adjust the contrast or brightness level in four grades.
  • Page 11: A Adjusting Synchronization Signal (Sync)

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) A Adjusting synchronization signal (SYNC) The camera allows you to choose the synchronization signal adjustment method from the following options. • Internal synchronization (INT) <Initial setting> Uses internal signal in the camera to adjust synchronization. • Power source synchronization (L-L) Uses the power source frequency to adjust the vertical synchronization phase.
  • Page 12: B Setting Lens Aperture (Iris)

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) B Setting lens aperture (IRIS) Sets lens aperture according to the luminance level of the target object. The following methods are available for setting lens aperture. • Auto iris (AUTO) <Initial setting> • Manual iris (MANU) SYNC IRIS AUTO WHITE BALANCE...
  • Page 13: C Setting The White Balance

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) C Setting the white balance (WHITE BALANCE) Sets the white balance according to the shooting conditions. The following methods are available for setting white balance. • Auto trace white balance (ATW) <Initial setting> • One-push automatic white balance (AWC) •...
  • Page 14: One-Push Automatic White Balance (Awc)

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) b One-push automatic white balance (AWC) In one-push automatic white balance setting, adjust white balance for a fixed surveillance location by orienting the lens toward the white target object (ex. white wall or paper). Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [WHITE BALANCE], use the lever (vw) to select “AWC y”, and press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 15: D Setting The Backlight Compensation Level

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) D Setting the backlight compensation level (BLC) Sets the backlight compensation function to get clearer image in backlight condition. The following metering methods are available for the backlight compensation function. • Multi-spot evaluative metering (MULT) • Center-weighted average metering (CENT) •...
  • Page 16: Multi-Spot Metering (Mask)

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) Use the joystick lever (xy) to select a zone to be weighted and use the lever (vw) to adjust weighting. Selecting a zone to be weighted shows the corresponding zone on the screen. • TOP • BOTTOM •...
  • Page 17: E Setting The Electronic Shutter (Shutter)

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) E Setting the electronic shutter (SHUTTER) Sets the appropriate shutter speed according to your surveillance purpose. The following shutter speed modes are available. • Fast shutter speed (SHORT) • Slow shutter speed (LONG) SYNC AUTO IRIS WHITE BALANCE SHUTTER SHORT APERTURE...
  • Page 18: Setting The Profile Compensation (Aperture)

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) Setting the profile compensation (APERTURE) Further emphasizes the profile of the target object. The amount of compensation can be adjusted for the horizontal or vertical directions. SYNC IRIS AUTO WHITE BALANCE SHUTTER APERTURE GAMMA 0.45 DAY/NIGHT AUTO PRESET BACK MENU...
  • Page 19: Setting The Gamma Correction Level

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) Setting the AGC level manually When the AGC function is set to “OFF”, the gain level for camera’s video signal can be specified manually. Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [AGC], use the lever (vw) to select “OFF”, and press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 20: I Setting The Day/Night Function (Day/Night)

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) I Setting the Day/Night function (DAY/NIGHT) Switches automatically between color mode and black and white mode depending on the luminance of the object being monitored. This function lets you set the filming mode to color mode during times of normal brightness like daytime or to black and white mode during times of darkness like night.
  • Page 21: Using The Color Mode Only (Color)

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [BURST] and use the lever (vw) to select “ON/OFF”. If the camera is connected to peripheral devices like frame switcher, burst may occur when the viewing mode is switched between the color mode and the black and white mode. In this case, compensate for the image by inserting the color burst signals.
  • Page 22: Using The Black And White Mode Only (B/W)

    Camera Settings (CAMERA) b Using the black and white mode only (B/W) Regardless of the luminance level, only use the black and white mode to view the image. Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [DAY/NIGHT], use the lever (vw) to select “B/W y”, and press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 23: Lens Settings (Lens)

    Lens Settings (LENS) CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION PRESET MENU BACK LENS FOCUS AUTO ZOOM PRESET MENU BACK Setting the focusing mode (FOCUS) You can select the focusing mode from the following options. • Auto focus (AUTO) •...
  • Page 24: Manual Focus (Manu)

    Lens Settings (LENS) Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [AREA] – “SETy”, and press the [ENTER] button. The AREA SETTING screen appears. In [AREA], select the area used for auto focusing. Available settings: • 1 (full screen) AREA SETTING AREA SETTING AREA SETTING AREA...
  • Page 25: B Setting The Zooming Operations (Zoom)

    Lens Settings (LENS) B Setting the zooming operations (ZOOM) You can select zooming speed to target object and magnification power of electronic zoom. LENS AUTO FOCUS ZOOM Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [ZOOM] – “SET y”, and press the [ENTER] button. The ZOOM SETTING screen appears.
  • Page 26: Pan And Tilt Settings (Pan/Tilt)

    Pan and Tilt Settings (PAN/TILT) CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION PRESET MENU Registering a surveillance location (PRESET POSITION) Pan and tilt settings such as camera’s orientation can be registered as preset positions. Preset positions can be grouped and individual preset position groups can be used for Sequence mode.
  • Page 27: Registering A Surveillance Location (Preset Position)

    Pan and Tilt Settings (PAN/TILT) A Registering a surveillance location (PRESET POSITION) When registering the surveillance location as preset position, you can change orientation of the camera by selecting the preset number. PAN/TILT SETTING PRESET POSITION PROPORTIONAL FREEZE SET NORTH TILT LIMIT b Determining the surveillance position (POSITION)
  • Page 28: Registering A View Setting File (Camera View)

    Pan and Tilt Settings (PAN/TILT) A Selecting the display format and position (POSITION) 1 Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [POSITION], use the lever (vw) to select the display format (“H” or “V”), and press the [ENTER] button. Available settings: •...
  • Page 29 Pan and Tilt Settings (PAN/TILT) Setting the motion sensor (MOTION) The built-in motion sensor will work for preset positions, allowing the camera to detect movements in the target object such as an intruder. Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [MOTION], use the lever (vw) to select “ON y”, and press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 30: Grouping The Preset Positions

    Pan and Tilt Settings (PAN/TILT) D Setting zooming operation options (ZOOM) When a motion is detected, the camera zooms in and out automatically. 1 Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [ZOOM] and use the lever (vw) to select zooming mode. Available settings: •...
  • Page 31: Deleting A Preset Position (Delete)

    Pan and Tilt Settings (PAN/TILT) Use the joystick lever (xy) to select a preset number to assign to a group, and press the [ENTER] button. The preset setting screen appears. PRESET NO.001 POSITION TITLE CAMERA VIEW HOLD SEQUENCE GROUP PAUSE TIME PRESET GO MENU BACK...
  • Page 32: Making The Amount Of Movement In The Screen Constant (Proportional)

    Pan and Tilt Settings (PAN/TILT) Making the amount of movement in the screen constant (PROPORTIONAL) The proportional function allows you to make the amount of movement in the screen constant by changing pan/tilt operation speed during manual operation according to the zoom magnification power.
  • Page 33: E Limiting The Tilting Angle (Tilt Limit)

    Pan and Tilt Settings (PAN/TILT) E Limiting the tilting angle (TILT LIMIT) When the tilting limit angle is not explicitly specified, the limit of tilting is -5 degrees to horizontal 0 degrees. If necessary, you can select the tilting limit angle using the following procedure. By setting the limit angle, the camera cannot be oriented to the direction beyond the limit angle.
  • Page 34: Auto Mode Settings (Auto Mode)

    Auto Mode Settings (AUTO MODE) The Auto mode can be used to operate the camera automatically to monitor multiple surveillance locations. There are four types of automatic panning available in Auto mode: Sequence mode (SEQUENCE), Tour mode (TOUR), Auto Pan mode (AUTO PAN) and Auto Return (AUTO RETURN).
  • Page 35: Monitoring Multiple Preset Positions Sequentially (Sequence)

    Auto Mode Settings (AUTO MODE) Monitoring multiple preset positions sequentially (SEQUENCE) The Sequence mode allows you to monitor multiple preset positions sequentially by using the sequence group containing preset positions. You can create up to four sequence groups. AUTO MODE SEQUENCE AUTO PAN TOUR...
  • Page 36: Panning Between Two Surveillance Locations In Loop (Auto Pan)

    Auto Mode Settings (AUTO MODE) Panning between two surveillance locations in loop (AUTO PAN) The Auto Pan mode allows you to pan between two surveillance locations in loop. In this mode, you set a start point, an end point, moving speed, panning direction and other options. You can create up to four Auto Pan groups.
  • Page 37: C Repeating A Recorded Monitoring Process

    Auto Mode Settings (AUTO MODE) Repeating a recorded monitoring process (TOUR) You can repeat a monitoring process by recording an image track of all camera pan, tilt and zoom operations. You can create up to four image tracks. AUTO MODE SEQUENCE AUTO PAN TOUR...
  • Page 38: Returning Automatically To The Specified Surveillance Mode (Auto Return)

    Auto Mode Settings (AUTO MODE) Returning automatically to the specified surveillance mode (AUTO RETURN) You can automatically return the surveillance status to the specified surveillance mode, including the Auto mode and move to preset position, after the specified duration has passed without any operations.
  • Page 39: Alarm Settings (Alarm)

    Alarm Settings (ALARM) This section describes the alarm input/output setting for the camera. CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION PRESET MENU Setting the alarm input (ALARM IN) The ALARM IN screen allows you to perform the alarm settings (input preferences, alarm action, etc.) for each alarm input number.
  • Page 40: A Setting The Alarm Input (Alarm In)

    Alarm Settings (ALARM) A Setting the alarm input (ALARM IN) The ALARM IN screen allows you to perform the alarm settings (input preferences, alarm action, etc.) for each alarm input number. ALARM ALARM IN ALARM OUT ALARM DISABLE MOTION ALARM DISPLAY PRESET MENU BACK...
  • Page 41: B Setting The Alarm Output (Alarm Out)

    Alarm Settings (ALARM) Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [DURATION] and use the lever (vw) to select the interval after which the next alarm becomes in effect. When an alarm is detected, another alarm signal will not be output until the duration specified in this setting has passed. Available settings: 5S, 10S, 15S, 20S, 30S, 45S, 1M, 2M, 3M, 4M, 5M (S: Second, M: Minute) Memo: The interval setting for the next alarm to become in effect is...
  • Page 42: Setting The Alarm Disabling Duration (Alarm Disable)

    Alarm Settings (ALARM) Setting the alarm disabling duration (ALARM DISABLE) The Alarm Disable function allows the alarm input to be ignored for the specified duration during manual pan/tilt/zoom operations and after manual operation. ALARM ALARM IN ALARM OUT ALARM DISABLE TIME MOTION ALARM DISPLAY...
  • Page 43: Setting The Detection Sensitivity

    Alarm Settings (ALARM) Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [POSITION] – “SET y”, and press the [ENTER] button. The AREA screen for setting surveillance area appears. In this screen, while panning or tilting the camera, set the surveillance area to detect movement. AREA 1 AREA 1 AREA 1...
  • Page 44: Setting The Alarm Information Display (Alarm Display)

    Alarm Settings (ALARM) Setting the alarm signal output Set the alarm output options for the alarm detection in the surveillance area (AREA 1 - 4). After returning to the MOTION ZONE screen, perform the following procedure. MOTION ZONE AREA 1 AREA 2 AREA 3 AREA 4...
  • Page 45: Privacy Mask Settings (Privacy Mask)

    Privacy Mask Settings (PRIVACY MASK) Depending on the target object, a certain part of the surveillance image may need to be protected for privacy. You can use the privacy mask (gray) to cover such part for privacy. Up to 24 privacy masks can be set. CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT...
  • Page 46: Password Settings (Password)

    Password Settings (PASSWORD) Password can be used to limit the menu setting operations to specific users. CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION PRESET MENU BACK b Enabling password lock When the password lock is enabled, users are prompted to enter password to display the menu screens.
  • Page 47: Changing The Password

    Password Settings (PASSWORD) b Changing the password Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [PASSWORD] – “SET y”, and press the [ENTER] button. The PASSWORD screen appears. Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [PASSWORD CHANGE] – “SET y”, and press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 48: Language Settings (Language)

    Language Settings (LANGUAGE) Performs language settings for display. The initial setting is English. CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION PRESET MENU BACK Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [LANGUAGE] – “SET y”, and press the [ENTER] button. The LANGUAGE screen appears.
  • Page 49: Miscellaneous Settings (Option)

    Miscellaneous Settings (OPTION) The OPTION menu is used to perform miscellaneous settings for the camera. CAMERA CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION PRESET MENU Setting the display information (INFORMATION) Sets the type and position of the information displayed on the monitor.
  • Page 50: Setting The Display Information (Information)

    Miscellaneous Settings (OPTION) Setting the display information (INFORMATION) Sets the type and position of the information displayed on the monitor. OPTION INFORMATION AUTO FLIP STABILIZER AUTO PURSUIT MIRROR REFRESH PRESET MENU BACK b Setting the item to be displayed (DISPLAY) Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [INFORMATION] –...
  • Page 51: B Setting The Auto Flip Function (Auto Flip)

    Miscellaneous Settings (OPTION) Setting the auto flip function (AUTO FLIP) Rotates the displayed image up or down, left or right electronically when the camera tilts beyond the straight down position. OPTION INFORMATION AUTO FLIP STABILIZER AUTO PURSUIT MIRROR REFRESH PRESET MENU BACK Use the joystick lever (xy) to select [AUTO FLIP]...
  • Page 52: Setting The Auto Pursuit Function (Auto Pursuit)

    Miscellaneous Settings (OPTION) Setting the auto pursuit function (AUTO PURSUIT) When the motion sensor detects a movement of the target object, the orientation of the camera automatically changes pursuing the target object. OPTION INFORMATION AUTO FLIP STABILIZER AUTO PURSUIT MIRROR REFRESH This function cannot be configured when [MOTION] in the ALARM screen is set to "PRESET"...
  • Page 53: Menu Structure Diagram

    Menu Structure Diagram ADVANCED MENU screen CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION PRESET MENU BACK AUTO CAMERA settings screen <P8> SYNC IRIS AUTO WHITE BALANCE SHUTTER APERTURE GAMMA 0.45 DAY/NIGHT AUTO MANU PRESET MENU BACK MULT CENT MASK...
  • Page 54 Menu Structure Diagram ADVANCED MENU screen CAMERA LENS SHORT PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION LONG PRESET BACK MENU CAMERA settings screen <P8> SYNC IRIS AUTO WHITE BALANCE SHUTTER APERTURE GAMMA 0.45 DAY/NIGHT AUTO PRESET MENU BACK AUTO COLOR AUTO...
  • Page 55 Menu Structure Diagram ADVANCED MENU screen CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION PRESET MENU BACK PAN/TILT SETTING screen <P25> PAN/TILT SETTING PRESET POSITION PROPORTIONAL FREEZE SET NORTH TILT LIMIT PRESET MENU BACK Surveillance location setting screen <P26> PRESET NO.001 PRESET NO.001 PRESET NO.001...
  • Page 56 Menu Structure Diagram ADVANCED MENU screen CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION PRESET MENU BACK AUTO MODE screen <P33> AUTO MODE SEQUENCE AUTO PAN TOUR AUTO RETURN SEQ A TIME PRESET MENU BACK ALARM screen <P38> ALARM ALARM IN ALARM OUT...
  • Page 57 Menu Structure Diagram ADVANCED MENU screen CAMERA LENS PAN/TILT AUTO MODE ALARM PRIVACY MASK PASSWORD LANGUAGE OPTION PRESET MENU BACK MASK NO. SELECT screen <P44> MASK NO.SELECT MASK 1 MASK 2 MASK 3 MASK 4 MASK 5 MASK 6 MASK 7 MASK 8 ªªª...
  • Page 58: Specifications

    Specifications Image sensor : 1/4" Effective pixels : 752 (H) x 582 (V) Horizontal resolution : Over 520 TV lines Lens : x36 zoom lens, f=3.4 - 122.4 mm (F1.6 - 4.5) Electronic zoom : 16 power (combined with optic zoom gives 576 power max) Auto focus : AUT/ONE-PUSH/MANUAL Iris control...
  • Page 59 MEMO ...........
  • Page 60 Printed on recycled paper 1AC6P1P3148-- L5BW2, L5BX2/XE (0107KP-SY) SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. Printed in Japan...

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