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FIXED IP DOME CAMERA
VN-C215V4U
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is located on
the body.
Retain this information for future reference.
VN-C215V4U
Model No.
Serial No.
INSTRUCTIONS
Thank you for purchasing this JVC product.
Before beginning to operate this unit,please
read the instructions
carefully to ensure the best possible
performance.
LST0526-001A

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  • Page 1 FIXED IP DOME CAMERA VN-C215V4U INSTRUCTIONS For Customer Use: Enter below the Serial No. which is located on Thank you for purchasing this JVC product. the body. Before beginning to operate this unit,please Retain this information for future reference. read the instructions VN-C215V4U Model No.
  • Page 2: Introduction

    Introduction Safety Precautions FOR USA These are general IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS and certain items may not apply to all appliances. 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.
  • Page 3 FOR USA AND CANADA Information for USA This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. CAUTION Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN...
  • Page 4 If you wish to dispose of this product, please visit our web page Union. www.jvc-europe.com to obtain information about the take-back of the product. [Other Countries outside the European Union] If you wish to dispose of this product, please do so in accordance with applicable national legislation or other rules in your country for the treatment of old electrical and electronic equipment.
  • Page 5 ● Embedding of cameras in the ceiling may not be allowed due to regulations in some regions. Please consult your nearby authorized JVC dealer for more details. ● The ceiling to mount the camera has to be strong enough to support the weight of this product.
  • Page 6: Main Features

    30 fps. About the contents of this manual Built-in Web Server ● All rights reserved by JVC. Unauthorized duplication or reprinting of this manual, in Setting is possible using the Internet Explorer. whole or in part, is strictly prohibited.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Setting Network Requirements ..... 30 IP Address Settings ......31 Introduction Setting Using Internet Explorer ..37 Safety Precautions ......2 Enter user name and password ..38 Main Features ........6 JPEG View Page ......40 Contents ..........7 Camera Page ........
  • Page 8: Operating Environment

    Introduction Operating Environment Cautionary Notes PC Specification Requirements Maintenance and operating environment : Windows XP (Professional or Home Edition) (SP2) This camera is intended for use indoors. It : Pentium4 1.5 GHz (or higher) cannot be used outdoors. Memory : 1 GB and above Do not store in the following environments.
  • Page 9 Others Copyrights of video This product has a built-in AGC circuit. When With the exception of the user being the AGC is On , the product sensitivity copyright holder or when permission has increases automatically at dark places and been granted concerning duplication, etc. by the image on the screen may appear grainy.
  • Page 10: Name And Function Of Parts

    Introduction Name and Function of Parts Camera unit Status Link Mounting hole (elliptical) Operation check indicator [Status] Status indicator Use these when mounting the camera to the electrical box. This indicator appears blinking when the power (A Pg. 22) is turned on and turns off when the camera startup is completed.
  • Page 11 Camera unit/Inside the camera T This is when the dome cover, inner cover and outer case is removed. How to remove ( A Pg. 17 Mounting on a ceiling Steps 3. to 5.) Lens section (A Pg. 13) Behind the camera unit MAC address Power supply/Alarm signal cable Fastening screw (x3)
  • Page 12 Introduction Name and Function of Parts (continued) Inside the camera Lens section (A Pg. 13) Behind the camera unit MAC address Ceiling Mount Bracket (x3) Tilt fastening screw This serves as a bracket when embedding the After adjusting the field angle, tighten the screw camera in a ceiling.
  • Page 13 Lens section SPOT FOCUS ADJ IRIS ADJ FOR SERVICE IRIS LEVEL [FOCUS ADJ] Focus adjustment button Memo : ● Adjust the Iris level after [AGC] is set to This is used to adjust the lens focus. Press the button to open the lens Iris for 30 Off .
  • Page 14: Features

    Introduction Features Saving JPEG images to the FTP server at regular intervals Monitoring Via Built-in Viewer JPEG images may be uploaded to the FTP server at regular intervals. VN-C215V4U comes with a built-in ActiveX FTP (A Pg. 49) viewer. Monitoring of VN-C215V4U images using the computer is possible by installing this built-in viewer on the computer.
  • Page 15 Restrictions on Clients It is possible for VN-C215V4U to permit or deny image acquisition of designated IP addresses. (A Pg. 58) Control via customized application software The following uses are also possible by developing a customized application software that supports the API of VN-C215V4U. For details, please refer to the [API Guide] in the attached CD-ROM.
  • Page 16: Setup

    ● Please refer to the instruction manual for the image settings. cover in use for details on installation of the embedded cover (recess bracket). ● For detail related to embedded cover (recess bracket), please contact JVC. Step 2 Network Settings (A Pg. 30) Configure the network settings of Embedded Cover in the computer and this camera.
  • Page 17: Mounting On A Ceiling

    Approx. 100 mm Power cable, alarm (3-7/8 inches) accidents. cable ● JVC is not liable for any compensation if LAN cable you drop the camera due to insecure mounting by not following the installation description. Pay careful attention during installation.
  • Page 18 Setup Connection Mounting the Camera Mount the fall-prevention wire on the (continued) camera. This wire connects the camera to the ceiling. Connect the LAN cable. (A Pg. 26) Mounting on a ceiling (continued) Connect the power cable and the alarm Remove the inner dome.
  • Page 19 Mounting Image adjustment Face the imaging direction mark (j) in the When the camera is mounted, adjust the image settings while looking at the actual image. shooting direction and mount the camera. (A Pg.27 Image adjustment ) Secure the camera in 3 locations. Use a cross slot screw driver to push the Mounting the Dome Cover screw head of the ceiling mounting bracket...
  • Page 20: Mounting The Camera Directly On A Ceiling Or Alongside A Wall

    Setup Remove the outer case. Mounting the Camera Loosen the camera fastening screws with a (continued) screwdriver. Turn the camera in the anti-clockwise direction and remove the outer case. Mounting the camera directly on a Remove the fall-prevention wire from the ceiling or alongside a wall fastening hook To mount on a wall, use the same procedures...
  • Page 21 Mounting Outer case Align the secured outer case with the mounting screw position alignment mark of the camera. Note : Less than 3 mm ● Make sure that the cables are not caught in the outer case. Towards Turn the camera in the clockwise fastening hook direction.
  • Page 22: Mount By Allowing The Cable To Exit From The Side

    Setup Mounting the Camera Mounting the camera to the electrical (continued) Note : ● Before mounting the camera to electrical Mount by allowing the cable to exit from boxes, please refer to local building codes for the side box type to use for low-voltage wiring. You can also mount the camera on a ceiling or wall by pulling the cables horizontally instead of Connecting...
  • Page 23 Mounting Attach the camera to the outer case that has been fastened to the electrical box. Follow steps 2 to 6 of Mount by allowing the cable to exit from the side [Connection] (A Pg. 20) Image Adjustment After mounting is completed, adjust the images while checking the actual image.
  • Page 24: Power Connection

    Setup Power Connection Using the PoE Connect to a device that supports PoE and Electricity can be supplied to this product either supply electricity from the LAN cable. by using the PoE or connecting to the DC12 V power supply. What is PoE (Power over Ethernet)? When electricity is supplied to the camera, This is a function that enables operation of a...
  • Page 25: Connecting To The Dc12 V Power Supply

    Connecting to the DC12 V power supply Warning Connect this product to the DC12 V power The rated power of this product is DC12 V. supply when not using the PoE. Make sure to use it with the correct voltage. Connect the polarity correctly.
  • Page 26: Lan Cable Connection

    Setup LAN Cable Connection Alarm Input/Output Cable Connection Connect the camera to a hub or computer using a LAN cable. Connect the alarm input/output cables with external devices such as a sensor, buzzer, etc. When connecting to a hub Make use of a straight cable. Signal name Cable color Alarm input 1...
  • Page 27: Image Adjustment

    Note : Alarm Input ● Connect the GND cable of this camera to the GND of the annunciating device. Connect this terminal to sensor devices, such as an infrared sensor, door sensor, metal sensor, manual switch, etc. Image adjustment Input requirements When the camera is mounted, adjust the image ●...
  • Page 28 Setup Memo : Image adjustment ● Rotate both pan and rotation ±175 from the (continued) positions aligned with the camera imaging direction mark, pan center mark and rotation center mark. Make sure you hold the rotation Adjusting the camera shooting direction claps and adjust the rotation without holding the lens section.
  • Page 29: Mounting The Dome Cover

    Field angle adjustment Mounting the Dome Cover Loosen the fastening screw of the zoom adjustment ring, move the ring horizontally and After all settings are complete, mount the dome adjust the image size. cover. Focus adjustment Position alignment mark Press the focus adjustment button. The Iris will open for approximately 30 seconds.
  • Page 30: Setting

    Setting Network Requirements Insufficient network bandwidth When there is insufficient bandwidth, the ● Ensure that there is sufficient network number of JPEG frames (frame rate) that the bandwidth for the data volume to be sent out client can acquire will decrease. by VN-C215V4U.
  • Page 31: Ip Address Settings

    (B) Assigning a static IP address IP Address Settings System configuration required for setting IP address Setting IP address with the default VN- VN-C215V4U is set to DHCP Enable (the C215V4U settings DHCP client function is ON) by default. Start VN-C215V4U in LAN without DHCP server.
  • Page 32 Setting IP Address Settings (continued) IP Address setting at the computer Set the computer to an IP address that enables communication with VN-C215V4U. Click [Start] ● Select in the order of [Control Panel]-[Network Connection]-[Local Area]. The computer with which Internet Explorer is launched automatically selects the connected network ●...
  • Page 33 Changing the IP address using the Internet Explorer Launch the Internet Explorer on the computer When proxy setting is enabled in the Internet Explorer, follow the steps below to disable the proxy of the Internet Explorer ● Select in the order of [Tools]-[Internet Options...]-[Connections]-[LAN Setting], followed by deselecting the check for [Use a proxy server for your LAN] in [Proxy Server] of the [Local Area Network(LAN)Settings] window.
  • Page 34 Setting IP Address Settings (continued) Changing the IP address using the Internet Explorer (continued) Launch the Internet Explorer Enter the following IP address in the address field. Click [Go]. http://192.168.0.2 Memo : ● If the proxy server setting in Internet Explorer is enabled, you may not be able to specify the IP address directly.
  • Page 35 The top page of VN-C215V4U appears Click on [Network], followed by [Basic] on the next submenu. The Basic page with the IP address settings appears Set the [IP Setting] item to [DHCP Disable]. Enter the values you wish to specify in [IP Address], [Subnet Mask] and [Default Gateway].
  • Page 36 Setting IP Address Settings (continued) When the IP address of VN-C215V4U is known When the IP address of VN-C215V4U is known, it can be changed by using Internet Explorer on the computer to access the built-in web page of VN-C215V4U. See Setting Using Internet Explorer (A Pg.
  • Page 37: Setting Using Internet Explorer

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setup Launch the Internet Explorer on the computer When proxy setting is enabled in the Internet Explorer, follow the steps below to disable the proxy of the Internet Explorer ● Select in the order of [Tools]-[Internet Options...]-[Connections]-[LAN Setting], followed by deselecting the check for [Use a proxy server for your LAN] in [Proxy Server] of the [Local Area Network(LAN)Settings] window.
  • Page 38: Enter User Name And Password

    Setting Setting Using Internet Enter user name and password Explorer (continued) User name and password entry will be required at the beginning. Setup (continued) There are 3 access authorization levels to VN- C215V4U. Factory settings of the unit are as Disabling pop-up block follows.
  • Page 39 ● operator Image JPEG View Camera Encoding External Alarm Alarm Environment Motion Detection Utility Miscellaneous Status Operation Settings ● user Image JPEG View Utility Miscellaneous Memo : ● The Security Alarm screen appears before the top page is displayed. Press the [Yes] button to proceed.
  • Page 40: Jpeg View Page

    Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) JPEG View Page This top page is displayed upon access using any of the user name admin , operator or user . The current image is displayed as a still image. Links to each page are found at the left end. The links displayed vary according to the user name. For example, in the case of admin or operator , 3 links, namely [JPEG View], [Camera] and [Encoding] will be displayed upon clicking [Image].
  • Page 41 Reload Press this button to refresh the JPEG image displayed. Clicking [JPEG View] or re-entering the Internet Explorer address will only display the page that is temporarily stored in the Internet Explorer, and JPEG images may not be refreshed in this case. To refresh JPEG images using the above operations, change the Internet Explorer settings as follows.
  • Page 42: Camera Page

    Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Camera Page This page is for setting the camera’s parameters. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings upon changing. ●...
  • Page 43 Camera ID Character strings entered here will be written to the JPEG comment segment (item name: camera). Refer to the [API Guide] on the file formats of JPEG. For setting AGC (Auto Gain Control). Setting to On enables automatic increase in sensitivity even when brightness of the object is insufficient.
  • Page 44: Encoding Page

    Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Encoding Page This page is for setting JPEG encoding parameters. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings upon changing. ●...
  • Page 45 Frame Size Select either VGA (640 x 480) or QVGA (320 x 240) as the frame size. Quality/Size For specifying the rate control mode and target file size. When VFS1 to VFS7 is selected, the quantization table during JPEG encoding will be maintained and the file size will increase/decrease according to the input signals.
  • Page 46: Alarm Page

    Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Alarm Page This page is for setting actions when there is an alarm. Up to 5 actions (No. 01 to No. 05) can be set. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ●...
  • Page 47 Action For specifying the type of action. Disable : Zero activation. Mail : Send via e-mail. Specify the recipient’s mail address. The title of the mail will appear as [Alarm from VN-C215] and the sender as [Camera ID]. Enter the message to send in [Mail Text].
  • Page 48: Alarm Environment Page

    Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Alarm Environment Page This page is for setting alarm-related environments. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings upon changing. ●...
  • Page 49 Mail For setting the mail environment when [Mail] is specified as an action of the Alarm page. [SMTP] and [POP] can be used. Configure only the [SMTP] settings in usual circumstances. Configure the [POP] settings as well if [POP before SMTP] is enabled. In addition, if FQDN is set for [SMTP Server], etc., configure also the DNS server settings on the Basic page.
  • Page 50 Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Alarm Environment Page (continued) BFTP (continued) [Pre Post Recording Frame Rate] is constrained by the frame rate as set on the Encoding page. (A Pg. 44) The actual frame rate used for transmission will be the upper limit on the Encoding page even if a value that is larger than the frame rate in the Encoding page is specified.
  • Page 51: Motion Detection Page

    Motion Detection Page Page for setting motion detection. ● The area valid for motion detection is displayed in blue. ● The area where motion is detected is displayed in red.
  • Page 52 Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Motion Detection Page (continued) Display Screen The screen is divided into blocks of 8 x 6. Use this to set whether to mask each block. All blocks are masked in the default setting. The block turns blue when it is clicked, indicating that it is unmasked. Click again to return to the masked state.
  • Page 53: Basic Page

    Basic Page This page is for performing basic setting related to the network. This page can be used during access using admin . ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings upon changing. ● If the [OK] button is pressed upon entering an invalid value, a warning message will appear and the entry will be denied.
  • Page 54 Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Basic Page (continued) IP Setting For setting the DHCP client function. Ensure to connect VN-C215V4U to a network environment with a DHCP server when enabling the DHCP settings. If the DHCP server does not exist when DHCP is set to Enable , VN- C215V4U will start running with the 192.168.0.2 IP address and 255.255.255.0 subnet mask in about 2 minutes after startup.
  • Page 55: Details Page

    Details Page This page is for performing detailed network setting. This page can be used during access using admin . ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings upon changing. ● If the [OK] button is pressed upon entering an invalid value, a warning message will appear and the entry will be denied.
  • Page 56: Streaming Page

    Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Streaming Page This page is for setting manual multicast transmission. This page can be used during access using admin . ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings upon changing. ● If the [OK] button is pressed upon entering an invalid value, a warning message will appear and the entry will be denied.
  • Page 57 Control For starting or stopping streaming. Parameters that are set on the Streaming page will be saved when transmission is started upon pressing the [Start] button. Destination For specifying the destination address. Specify the multicast address. When other devices that make use of Address multicast transmission exist, ensure that they are set to different multicast addresses each other.
  • Page 58: Access Restrictions Page

    Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Access Restrictions Page This page is for setting client restrictions. This page can be used during access using admin . ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings upon changing. ● If the [OK] button is pressed upon entering an invalid value, a warning message will appear and the entry will be denied.
  • Page 59 Destination Restrictions may be imposed on clients accessing VN-C215V4U using the IP address. Address Access When deny is selected, acquisition of JPEG via the IP address specified for the [IP Address] item will be denied. However, restrictions are not Restrictions imposed on access to the Web Setting page.
  • Page 60: Time Page

    Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Time Page This page is for setting time. This page can be used during access using admin . ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings upon changing. ● If the [OK] button is pressed upon entering an invalid value, a warning message will appear and the entry will be denied.
  • Page 61: Password Page

    New Password Enter again to confirm the new password. Again Note : ● Be sure to handle the password carefully in case you forget it. ● In the event that you forget the password, please consult your nearest JVC dealer.
  • Page 62: Maintenance Page

    Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Maintenance Page This page is for maintenance purposes. This page can be used during access using admin . All Settings Restores all setting items to their factory settings and reboots the unit. (It takes about 1 minute for the camera to initialize and reboot.) “Restores all settings Passwords will also be initialized.
  • Page 63: List Of Factory Settings Of Each Page

    Alarm Environment Page List of Factory Settings of Each Page Item Factory Settings Camera Page SMTP Server 0.0.0.0 Item Factory Settings Port Number Camera ID VN-C215 POP before SMTP POP Server 0.0.0.0 Easy Day and Night Port Number Shutter Speed 1/60 Username Back Light Compensation Off...
  • Page 64 Setting Time Page Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Item Factory Settings SNTP List of Factory Settings of Each Page SNTP Server 0.0.0.0 (continued) Access Interval hour/1 Basic Page Time Zone (GMT)UTC Item Factory Settings Password Page IP Setting DHCP Enable IP Address 192.168.0.2 Item...
  • Page 65: Miscellaneous Page

    Miscellaneous Page This page is for acquiring information. This page can be used during access using admin , operator and user . Open Source Press the [Show] button to display the software information used at VN- C215V4U. Software...
  • Page 66: Operation Page

    Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Operation Page Displays the operating status of VN-C215V4U. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . Total Sending Displays the total TCP/UDP bit rate sent by VN-C215V4U as well as the individual bit rates.
  • Page 67: Settings Page

    Settings Page This page displays the version information and settings of VN-C215V4U. This page can be used during access using admin or operator .
  • Page 68 Setting Setting Using Internet Explorer (continued) Settings Page (continued)
  • Page 69 SNTP SNTP SNTP 0.0.0.0...
  • Page 70: Operation

    Operation Operation of Built-in Viewer Using the built-in viewer enables display of a series of images, one-shot recording of images and receiving of alarm information. Setting Up the Internet Explorer (A Pg. 71) Installing the built-in viewer (A Pg. 73) Screen Configuration of Built-in Viewer (A Pg.
  • Page 71: Setting Up The Internet Explorer

    Setting Up the Internet Explorer Launch the Internet Explorer on the computer When proxy setting is enabled in the Internet Explorer, follow the steps below to disable the proxy of the Internet Explorer ● Select in the order of [Tools]-[Internet Options...]-[Connections]-[LAN Setting], followed by deselecting the check for Use a proxy server for your LAN in [Proxy Server] of the [Local Area Network(LAN)Settings] window.
  • Page 72 Operation Operation of Built-in Viewer (continued) Setting Up the Internet Explorer (continued) If Active X controls and plug-ins of the Internet Explorer is disabled, follow the steps below to enable it ● Click [Trusted sites] under [Tools]-[Internet Options...]-[Security]. Upon doing so, the [Sites...] button directly below becomes active.
  • Page 73: Installing The Built-In Viewer

    Installing the built-in viewer Enter the URL of the built-in viewer in the address field of Internet Explorer For example, if the IP address of VN-C215V4U is 192.168.0.2, enter as follows: http://192.168.0.2/cgi-bin/c215viewing.cgi Enter the URL of the built-in viewer of this camera. Select [Go] (The default URL is http://192.168.0.2/cgi-bin/ c215viewing.cgi)
  • Page 74: Screen Configuration Of Built-In Viewer

    Operation Operation of Built-in Viewer (continued) Screen Configuration of Built-in Viewer ● VN-C215V4U is set to encode at 15 fps by default.
  • Page 75 Alarm Appears blinking when alarm packets are sent from VN-C215V4U to the computer. The alarm will continue blinking until the auto clear operation of the alarm is performed. Clicking the blinking button turns the light off. Display Size Switches the display size.( VGA or QVGA) Pause Pauses/Resumes playback of images.
  • Page 76: Built-In Viewer Settings

    Operation Operation of Built-in Viewer (continued) Built-in Viewer Settings The setting window of the built-in viewer will be displayed upon clicking the [Setup] button. Turn Over Select On to display the image upside down. When this is set to On , inversion processes that are applied may increase the load on the computer.
  • Page 77 Frame Rate For selecting the acquisition frame rate of the viewer. In the case of a 1-to-1 connection between VN-C215V4U and the viewer, it is recommended that the frame rate of the viewer and VN-C215V4U be set to the same value. To play back multiple viewers at different frame rates, set the frame rate accordingly at the individual viewer.
  • Page 78 Operation Operation of Built-in Viewer (continued) Built-in Viewer Settings (continued) Alarm (TCP When On is selected, the [Alarm] button blinks when an alarm notification is sent from VN-C215V4U via TCP. Notification) In order to use this feature, it is necessary to set the alarm action for sending the notification to VN-C215V4U via TCP.
  • Page 79: Quitting The Built-In Viewer

    Quitting the Built-in Viewer To quit, press the [Close] button at the top right of the window. Click [Close]. ● To restart the built-in viewer, launch the Internet Explorer and enter the URL of the built-in viewer in the address field. For example, if the IP address of VN-C215V4U is 192.168.0.2, enter as follows: http://192.168.0.2/cgi-bin/c215viewing.cgi ●...
  • Page 80: Shortcut For Built-In Viewer

    Operation Operation of Built-in Viewer (continued) Shortcut for Built-in Viewer Creating a shortcut for the built-in viewer on the Desktop screen of the computer saves you the trouble of having to enter the URL in the Internet Explorer. Create the shortcut using the procedures below. Launch the Internet Explorer Right-click on Internet Explorer on the screen and select [Create Shortcut]...
  • Page 81: Others Troubleshooting

    Others Troubleshooting Symptom Causes and Countermeasures Reference Page ● You can search for the VN-C215V4U unit using A Pg. 36 IP address of VN-C215V4U is unknown the attached ASearch ToolB. ● DHCP client is set to On in the default settings.
  • Page 82 Others Troubleshooting (continued) Symptom Causes and Countermeasures Reference Page ● Start multicast transmission manually from the A Pg. 56 Multicast images cannot be A Pg. 76 played back Streaming page of VN-C215V4U. ● In the case of multicast reception at the built-in viewer, check that the multicast address and port number of the built-in viewer settings coincide with those on the Streaming page of VN-...
  • Page 83: Specifications

    Specifications General Alarm Input : No-voltage a contact input, Camera Unit NPN open collector input, low level, latch/momentary Image pickup : 1/4 inch Interline transfer (500 ms and above) (Circuit device current during low level: 0.3 mA; Applied voltage during Effective pixels : Approx.
  • Page 84 Others Dimension [Unit: mm(inches)] When embedded When cover is attached 116 (4-9/16) 89 (3-1/2) 46 (1-13/16) 6 (1/4) 4,5 (3/16) 145 (5-3/4) 120 (4-3/4) 145 (5-3/4) T Specifications and appearance of this unit and related products are subject to change for product improvement without prior notice.
  • Page 86 LST0526-001A © 2006 Victor Company of Japan, Limited...

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