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JVC TK-AM200U - Active Movement Color Dome Camera Instructions Manual

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ACTIVE MOVEMENT VIDEO CAMERA
TK-AM200
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is
located on the body. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
TK-AM200
Serial No.
INSTRUCTIONS
This instruction book is made from
100% recycled paper.
SC96866-001
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  • Page 1 ACTIVE MOVEMENT VIDEO CAMERA TK-AM200 INSTRUCTIONS For Customer Use: Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the body. Retain this information for future reference. This instruction book is made from Model No. TK-AM200 100% recycled paper. Serial No. SC96866-001...
  • Page 2: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 1. Read all of these instructions. 2. Save these instructions for later use. 3. All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. Unplug this appliance system from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid clean- ers or aerosol cleaners.
  • Page 3 13. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the appliance. 14. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in fire or electric shock. 15. Never push objects of any kind into this appliance through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock.
  • Page 4 This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Cet appareil numérique de la Class B est Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could conforme á la norme NMB-003 du Canada. void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Thank you for purchasing this product. (These instructions are for TK-AM200U.) CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Features ..........................6 Safety Precautions ......................6 Operating Precautions ......................7 Controls, Connectors and Indicators ................... 8 Camera Body ......................... 8 Ceiling Mount ......................... 9 SYSTEM RM-P2580 System ......................10 INSTALLATION Connections to Terminal Board ..................
  • Page 6: Introduction

    Installation of this unit requires expertise. moving mechanism and camera. Please contact your JVC dealer for details. B a ck l i g h t c o m p e n s a t i o n f u n c t i o n Be sure to tighten the screws and nuts used provided.
  • Page 7: Operating Precautions

    Operating Precautions To save energy, be sure to turn off the The camera’s electronic shutter is set to system when not in use. 1/60 s when shipped from the factory. W h e n t h e c a m e ra i s u s e d u n d e r This camera has been designed for indoor fluorescent lighting in an area with a local use.
  • Page 8: Controls, Connectors And Indicators

    INTRODUCTION Controls, Connectors and Indicators Camera Body (With terminal board in attached condition) (Side view) Terminal board Camera body mounting guides ( 3) To connect the coaxial cable used as the To be inserted into the guide holes video signal cable, the power cable, the the ceiling mount.
  • Page 9: Ceiling Mount

    Ceiling Mount & Ceiling Mount Mounting holes ( 4) Use these holes to attach the ceiling mount to the ceiling. System setting switches Guide holes for mounting camera ( 3) Set switches in accordance with the sys- Guide holes for mounting the camera tem to be connected to.
  • Page 10: System

    SYSTEM RM-P2580 System System with up to 8 cameras (Sixteen position settings available for each camera.) Camera TK-AM200 Control signal cable Video signal cable Camera 1 Power cable Camera ID: 01 AC24V Termination: OFF Camera TK-AM200 Camera 2 Camera ID: 02 AC24V Termination: OFF Camera...
  • Page 11 Connecting the control signal cable Connections (Use a twisted-pair cable for connection. See page 13.) Camera 1 AC 24 V power cable terminal board Lug plates RM-P2580 A RX To AC 24V power – B RX – supply Control C TX signal cable RX+ C A TX+...
  • Page 12: Installation

    INSTALLATION Connections to Terminal Board Turn OFF the power supply to all equipment to be used before making connections. Remove the terminal board cover by flipping it up while pushing its Connections to Terminal Board top to the left. Remove the terminal board cover and connect the video signal cable (coaxial cable) ( 1).
  • Page 13: Camera Settings

    INSTALLATION Camera Settings Set the switches on the side of the camera in accordance with the system or equipment to be connected to. Always turn OFF the power before setting the switches. Open the switch cover on the side. To open the cover, pull outward while pressing at the edge in the direction of the arrow.
  • Page 14 Set system setting switches. Switch 4: Synchronization signal selector switch Switches the synchronization method Switches of the camera image. OFF: Internal synchronization (INT) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 The camera’s vertical synchroniza- tion is matched with the frequency Switch numbers of the AC 24V line power supply.
  • Page 15: Ceiling Installation

    INSTALLATION Ceiling Installation Make a hole (75 mm diameter) in the ceil- 75 mm ing for passing the connection cables. Attach the provided ceiling mount to the ceiling. Attach the ceiling mount so that the cam- era direction mark is aligned with the direc- tion in which you want the camera to face.
  • Page 16 Mount the camera body. Positioning 1) Ensure that the camera clamping screw alignment protrusion on the ceiling mount is loosened. 2) Align the ceiling mount’s positioning Camera clamping screw alignment protrusion (A in the illustra- tion on the left) with the camera clamp (B in the illustration on the left) position on the camera body and press the cam- Camera...
  • Page 17: Changing Camera Settings Using The Rm-P2580

    Changing Camera Settings Using the RM-P2580 Menu Operations When the RM-P2580 is used as the remote control unit, the camera’s built-in menus can be called up and set from the remote control unit. This function is explained on this page. (For details, refer to the Instruction Manual for the remote control unit.) MENU Power switch...
  • Page 18: Menu Screen Flow

    Menu Screen Flow The menu screen flow is as follows. For details, see the pages referred to. See page 20. Normal screen C A M R A MO D E S E L E C T V . P H P O S .
  • Page 19: Camera Mode Select Screen

    Changing Camera Settings Using the RM-P2580 CAMERA MODE SELECT Screen Used for setting functions separately for each camera. Variable Factory Item Function range setting V. PHASE Used to adjust and align the vertical phase 0 to 255 of the camera body with other cameras operating in the Line Lock (LL) mode.
  • Page 20: Camera Video Adjust Screen

    CAMERA VIDEO ADJUST Screen Used for setting functions related to the video image of each camera. Variable Factory Item Function range setting AGC MODE Sets the maximum gain of the AGC (Automatic 10 dB Gain Control). 10 dB 20 dB •...
  • Page 21: Awc Adjust Screen

    Changing Camera Settings Using the RM-P2580 CAMERA VIDEO ADJUST Screen (Continued) Variable Factory Item Function range setting COLOR Used to adjust the color level of the video sig- (Integer LEVEL nal. steps) • To make colors lighter ... Decrease the value. •...
  • Page 22: Video Adjust For Posi Screen

    VIDEO ADJUST FOR POSI Screen Used for setting functions related to the image of each position. Variable Factory Item Function range setting BLC MODE Used to select the backlight compensation function. AREA 1 Used when a bright light source, etc. is placed in the AREA 2 same direction as the subject.
  • Page 23: Panic Alarm Set Screen

    Changing Camera Settings Using the RM-P2580 PANIC ALARM SET Screen Used for settings related to the panic alarm input. ( See “PANIC ALARM” on page 32.) Variable Factory Item Function range setting 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, DURATION Sets the duration of the alarm mode operation 10 s 10, 15, 20, when alarm signal is input.
  • Page 24: Blc Edit Screen

    BLC EDIT Screen This is a screen for changing the position of the light metering area used for backlight compensation. There are two types of screens on which the light metering area can be changed. (BLC EDIT 1 and BLC EDIT 2) MENU SET button button...
  • Page 25: Camera Text Setting

    Changing Camera Settings Using the RM-P2580 CAMERA TEXT Setting Up to 16 characters can be selected as camera text for each camera. MENU button button REMOTE CONTROL UNIT REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RM-P2580 CAMERA CAMERA POSITION POSITION SETUP SETUP POWER T E X T E D I T ALARM MENU...
  • Page 26: Position Text Setting

    POSITION TEXT Setting A title can be set for the registered positions for each camera. The position text can consist of up to 16 characters. MENU button button RM-P2580 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT REMOTE CONTROL UNIT CAMERA POSITION SETUP POWER T E X T E D I T ALARM MENU...
  • Page 27: Auto Pan Setting

    Changing Camera Settings Using the RM-P2580 AUTO PAN Setting AUTO PAN is a function that automatically swings the camera horizontally in a panning movement. Select this setting to observe the range between two points. (Set for each camera.) MENU button button Slowly REMOTE CONTROL UNIT...
  • Page 28 Use the PAN/TILT control lever to align the cursor (>) with the RETURN POSI- T U R S I T I O N S E T TION SET item. When the SET button is pressed, the RETURN POSITION SET screen is displayed. Adjust the angle of view at the return position using the PAN/TILT control lever.
  • Page 29: Auto Patrol Setting

    Changing Camera Settings Using the RM-P2580 AUTO PATROL Setting The AUTO PATROL function allows you to specify multiple positions (up to 16 positions) that the camera will move to in the specified order and observe for the specified interval. AUTO PATROL is set for each camera. MENU button button...
  • Page 30 Press the PAN/TILT control lever up ( ) The next AUTO PATROL screen or down ( ) to align the cursor (>) with the PATROL No. item to be set. U T O P A T R O L P A T R P O S 8 To set the PATROL 9 to 16 items, press P A T R...
  • Page 31: Others

    OTHERS PANIC ALARM By inputting an alarm signal through the panic alarm signal input terminal ( See page 13.), a specified position can be invoked from which surveillance is then conducted. The camera can be set so that the PANIC ALARM operation overrides manual operation, AUTO PATROL operation and AUTO PATROL operation by terminating these.
  • Page 32 Memo: Minimum 70 ms or more is required for the camera body to detect the switched condition of the contact. Example: In the case of MAKE Alarm detection not guaranteed Alarm detection SHORT OPEN 70 ms or 70 ms more Setting of Alarm Condition Duration (DURATION) Set how long the alarm condition should last from when the alarm signal is supplied.
  • Page 33: Specifications

    OTHERS Specifications Camera Moving mechanism Signal system: NTSC standard Panning: ±30° Image device: IT CCD Panning speed: 2°/s, 4°/s, 6°/s, 12°/s, 20°/s, Effective picture elements: 40°/s, 60°/s, 80°/s (in 380,000 pixels, MANUAL mode) (H) 768 (V) 494 4°/s (AUTO PAN mode) Image size: 1/4”...
  • Page 34 External dimensions [Unit: mm] Terminal board Mounting hole in ceiling ø110 Camera body Ceiling mount • Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 35 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED ® is a registered trademark owned by VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD. ® is a registered trademark in Japan, the U.S.A., the U.K. and many other countries. Printed in Japan © 1999 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED SC96866-001...