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UVD-EVRDNR(-P) Camera User
REV 01.00 • ISS 02SEP09



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  • Page 1 Security UVD-EVRDNR(-P) Camera User Manual REV 01.00 • ISS 02SEP09...
  • Page 2 Disclaimer The information in this document is subject to change without notice. GE Security, Inc. (“GE Security”) assumes no responsibility for inaccuracies or omissions and specifically disclaims any liabilities, losses, or risks, personal or otherwise, incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, of the use or application of any of the contents of this document.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Content Preface 3 Product description 4 Features 4 User guidelines 4 Components 5 OSD control pad 6 Installation 6 Installation overview 6 Cable connection 7 Camera installation 7 Angle adjustment 7 Focus adjustment 8 Connect the monitor 8 Programming 8 Setup menu 8 Camera identification 9 Light control 10...
  • Page 5: Preface

    Preface This is the UVD-XP3DNR(-P) Camera. This document includes an overview of the product and detailed instructions explaining: • how to connect the camera; and • how to program the camera; and • how to adjust the camera angle and focus To use this document effectively, you should have the following minimum qualifications: •...
  • Page 6: Product Description

    Product description The UVD-EVRDNR color video camera uses a digital signal processor (DSP) to process video signals. The video camera includes a microcontroller to provide high-quality images with high-color reproduction and sharp pictures. Features Camera features include: • Super HAD (hole accumulated diode) technology with 410,000 pixels NTSC (470,000 PAL).
  • Page 7: Components

    Components The UVD-EVRDNR cameras consist of the following parts: • The camera assembly (Figure 1 below) • Monitor output cable (Figure 2 below) • Mounting screws, wall anchors, and hex key Use the video output BNC and power jack for normal system operation. Use the monitor output cable for installation and maintenance.
  • Page 8: Osd Control Pad

    OSD control pad The onscreen display (OSD) control pad (Figure 4) is a five-direction joystick that provides the ability to manually control the camera functions. Table 1 below lists the OSD control pad functions and describes their use. Figure 3: OSD control pad OSD control pad Table 1: OSD control pad functions Pad directions...
  • Page 9: Cable Connection

    Cable connection To make cable connections, do the following: 1. Connect a coaxial cable from the camera’s BNC connector to a CCTV monitor or video recording device. 2. Connect a 12 VDC or 24 VAC power supply to the power input. The label on the camera gives the following information: Red cable.
  • Page 10: Focus Adjustment

    Focus adjustment To adjust the camera zoom and focus, see Figure 5 below and do the following: 1. Loosen the zoom ring thumbscrew. 2. Turn the zoom ring to set the desired zoom. 3. Tighten the zoom ring thumbscrew. 4. Loosen the focus ring thumbscrew. 5.
  • Page 11: Camera Identification

    Figure 6: Setup menu • To close the Setup menu and return to normal camera operation mode, move the cursor to End at the bottom of the screen and press Enter. Note: If you do not press the OSD control pad for one minute while any setting menu is displayed, all modified data will be stored and the camera will return to normal camera picture mode.
  • Page 12: Light Control

    5. Move the cursor to the blank character position between “z” and “,”. 6. To delete a character, select the character so that it blinks and either move the cursor to the blank character position between the “z” and “,” or move it to the DEL position and press Enter.
  • Page 13: Manual Exposure Menu

    Figure 10: DC Lens menu Table 2 below describes the menu items in the DC Lens menu. Table 2: DC Lens menu description Menu item Description Iris level Press Left or Right to adjust the level for autoiris lens to control light entering camera (for DC type).
  • Page 14: Day/Night Control

    2. To set ME, press Enter when the ME option is displayed. The ME menu appears (Figure 12 below). Figure 12: ME menu 3. Press Up or Down to select an item. 4. Adjust the Shutspeed to 1/50, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1,000, 1/2,000, 1/5,000, or 1/10,000 sec.
  • Page 15 5. Move the cursor on the Lux/Delay menu to the Delay time position. Press Left or Right to adjust delay time from 5 to 60 seconds. Figure 14: Lux/Delay menu 6. To set Schedule, press Enter when display Schedule menu (Figure 15 below). 7.
  • Page 16: White Balance

    White balance White balance (WB) tells the camera what the color white looks like. Based on this information, the camera will then display all colors correctly. There are 3 methods to determine the WB: • ATW (auto tracking white balance). The value used depends on the lighting condition selected.
  • Page 17: Focus Adjustment

    Figure 17: Picture menu 2. Move the cursor to the Bright position, while observing the color video monitor, waveform monitor, or oscilloscope. Press Left or Right to adjust the brightness level. 3. Move the cursor to the Gamma position. Press Left or Right to adjust gamma correction to one of nine gamma curves.
  • Page 18: External Synchronization

    Figure 18: Misc menu External synchronization To adjust the external synchronization, do the following: 1. Move the cursor to the Ext sync position. 2. Press Left or Right to align the camera synchronization type. 3. When LineLock is selected, press Enter to display the Ext Sync menu. 4.
  • Page 19: System Time

    2. Press Left or Right to select one of eight masks to be displayed onscreen to cover the private areas. 3. Move the cursor to the second line. Press Left or Right to show or hide the mask. 4. Move the cursor to Color type. Press Left or Right to select one of three types of masking color (White, Gray, or Black).
  • Page 20: Menu Map

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