JVC VN-C655 Instructions Manual

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DOME TYPE NETWORK CAMERA
Model
VN-C655
INSTRUCTIONS
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is
located on the body. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
VN-C655
Serial No.
LWT0202-001A-H

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  • Page 1 DOME TYPE NETWORK CAMERA Model VN-C655 INSTRUCTIONS For Customer Use: Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the body. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. VN-C655 Serial No. LWT0202-001A-H...
  • Page 2: Important Safeguards

    These are general IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS and certain items may not apply to all appliiances. IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS Read all of these instructions. Save these instructions for later use. All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. Unplug this appliance system from the wall outlet before cleaning.
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. conforme á la norme NMB-003 du Canada. Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    2-2 Setting the PC’s IP Address for Windows XP ......24 Setup Tool) Setting the PC’s IP Address for Windows 2000 ......26 2-3 Setting the IP Address for VN-C655 with V.Networks Setup Tool ................. 28 2-4 Other Settings with V.Networks Setup Tool ....... 30 1.
  • Page 5 Step 3 Setting with V.Networks Controller Settings 3-1 Starting Up V.Networks Controller ..........50 (V.Networks 3-2 Function Settings with V.Networks Controller ......51 Setup Tool) 3-3 Image Size and Inversion ............53 3-4 Setting the Image Quality ............54 3-5 Frame Rate ................60 3-6 Setting Preset Position ..............
  • Page 6: Introduction

    When the light is low, the camera pictures can be can be used switched automatically to black and white pictures. VN-C655 has a design similar to other CCTV moni- The camera is also compatible with IR illumination toring cameras, allowing peripheral equipment for (wavelength 850 nm to 880 nm).
  • Page 7 10 feet away. by hand. Contamination of the cover will lead to deterioration of the picture quality. If VN-C655 and the cables connected to VN-C655 are installed at a location where strong electrical Since the dome cover is of a hemispherical shape,...
  • Page 8 ☞ Pages or items to refer to. ❈ In no case, shall JVC be held liable for any loss or damage to the customer or for any claim from any third party arising from using this software. For the purpose of improving the product, the software specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
  • Page 9: Items Included

    PC satisfies the technical requirements. Caution If the OS specifications of the PC to be used are higher, they precede those described above. Upgrading the Application For information on upgrading the application, visit the following website. http://www.jvc-victor.co.jp/english/pro/vnetworks/index-e.html...
  • Page 10: Controls, Connectors And Indicators

    Introduction Controls, Connectors and Indicators Ceiling Mount [MONITOR OUT] Coaxial Cable Connectors [ALARM I/O]Alarm Input/Output Terminals Output connector of a composite video signal Terminals for Alarm input and Alarm output. ☞ (1 Vp-p) with an output impedance of 75 Ø, to Page 18) be connected to video monitor, etc.
  • Page 11 Ceiling Mount Camera (Camera Connector side) Camera Connector (Female) Dome Cover Connect to , the Male Connector on the cam- The dome cover is fragile. Take care when era. handling it. Drop Prevention Hook Lens Attach the Drop Prevention Wire & to this hook The lens is not a replaceable item.
  • Page 12: Preparations

    Preparations Connection Examples LAN Connection VN-C655 VN-C655 Network Connection VN-C655 VN-C655 INTERNET FTP Server Images are automatically updated at a regular interval. Peer-to-Peer Connection VN-C655 Cross Cable...
  • Page 13: Preparation Procedure

    ☞ Page 23 and VN-C655. Also perform the setting with [V.Networks Setup Tool] and reg- istration of the connected camera with [V.Networks Controller]. ❈ If multiple PCs are in use, first turn on the power for one PC and proceed to 2-4 Other Settings with V.Networks Setup Tool.
  • Page 14: Cable Connections

    Preparations (Step 1 Connection and Installation) 1-1 Cable Connections Caution In order to prevent foreign objects from entering inside the ceilingn mount be sure to attach the hemispherical cover correctly. The penetration of foreign objects into the ceiling mount may cause a malfunction and smoking or in the worst case a fire ignition.
  • Page 15: Connecting The Power Cord

    For a system with multiple VN-C655s In a system where more than one VN-C655 are used, turn on the power for a VN-C655 first and proceed the setting to 2-4 Other Settings with V.Networks Setup Tool. Only then turn on the power for a second one and go on to 2-4.
  • Page 16: Connecting A Coaxial Cable

    Preparations (Step 1 Connection and Installation) 1-1 Cable Connections (continued) 4. Connecting Coaxial cable Connecting a RG-59 coaxial cable. Note If the cable is extended, the signal attenuation is increased, the resolution drops and the noise in- Fold back the mesh wires and secure them creases.
  • Page 17: Connecting A Lan Cable

    5. Connecting a LAN Cable Connect the camera to a hub or a PC by using a LAN cable. • For hub connection Use a straight cable. • For PC connection Use a cross-over cable. Caution There are a few types of LAN board for which a cross-over cable cannot be used.
  • Page 18: Connecting The Alarm I/O Terminals

    7. Alarm Input Terminal This terminal is for connecting with a sensor, infrared, door or metallic, or a manual switch. Sensor Connection VN-C655 Input Requirements Example 1 DC18V • No-voltage relay input or NPN open collector Terminal 1 or 2 input •...
  • Page 19: Alarm Output Terminal

    • Allowed applied voltage: DC 12 V max. • Allowed input current: 50 mA • Momentary output: 2 to 5000 ms (The duration is set with [V.Networks Setup Grounding Tool.]) terminal (Alarm output equivalent circuit) Caution Connect the VN-C655 grounding terminal to the one of the annunciator.
  • Page 20: Attaching The Ceiling Mount

    Preparations (Step 1 Connection and Installation) 1-2 Attaching the Ceiling Mount Attaching a safety wire. Attach a safety wire to the Ceiling Mount and To a ceiling slab or channel to the ceiling slab or channel to prevent the unit from being able to fall to the floor. First attach the safety wire to the Ceiling Mount by passing the wire through the safety wire hole (see the diagram on the left).
  • Page 21: Attaching The Camera

    1-3 Attaching the Camera Attach the drop prevention wire. As shown in the diagram, take the drop pre- vention wire from the camera and attach it to Attach Drop the hook on the Ceiling Mount. Prevention Wire Be sure to connect the drop prevention wire. to this hook.
  • Page 22 Preparations (Step 1 Connection and Installation) 1-3 Attaching the Camera (continued) Camera clamping bracket Rotate the camera. Make sure that the camera is horizontal, then turn the camera clockwise until it stops. En- sure that the camera-clamping bracket is in line with the locking screw of the Ceiling Mount.
  • Page 23: Settings Step 2 Setting The Network

    Settings (Step 2 Setting the Network) 2-1 Installing the Software For operating VN-C655, install the software from the CD-ROM, which is supplied ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ with the camera in the following procedure. Installing V.Networks Controller 1. Select [Setup.exe] found in the [JVC] folder.
  • Page 24: Setting The Pc's Ip Address For Windows Xp

    2-2 [Setting the PC’s IP Address]. Click • Right-click [My Network] and select [Properties]. Select the network connected to the PC by which VN-C655 is operated. • Right-click to select [Properties]. Ensure that [Client for Microsoft Networks] is selected...
  • Page 25 Select [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)] and click [Properties]. Select [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)]. Click [ Select [Use the following IP address] to set [IP Address] and [Subnet Mask] and then click Select [Use the following IP address]. Set [IP Address] to “192.168.0.3.” Note ●...
  • Page 26: Setting The Pc's Ip Address For Windows 2000

    Settings (Step 2 Setting the Network) 2-2 Setting the PC’s IP Address for Windows 2000 After attaching the camera, proceed to set the IP address of the PC by which the camera is operated. With Windows 2000, follow the procedure below to set the IP address. Click Select [Settings] and click [Control Panel].
  • Page 27 Click [IP Address] in [TCP/IP properties]. Select [Use the following IP Address]. Set the IP address to “192.168.0.3.” Set [Subnet mask] to an appropriate value according to the operating environment. Ask the network administrator if necessary. Click...
  • Page 28: Setting The Ip Address For Vn-C655 With V.networks Setup Tool

    (With this [V.Networks Setup tool] only VN-C655, not other models, can be connected.) Caution ● After the power for VN-C655 is turned on, there will be about 20 seconds until VN-C655 becomes ready to be connected with the PC. This is not a defect.
  • Page 29 Page 45) Note In a system where more than one VN-C655 are used, turn on the power for a VN-C655 first and proceed the setting to 2-4 Other Settings with V.Networks Setup Tool. Only then turn on the power for a second one and go on to 2-4. Repeat the procedure for the other cameras.
  • Page 30: Other Settings With V.networks Setup Tool

    Preparations (Step 2 Setting the Network) 2-4 Other Settings with V.Networks Setup Tool Set passwords, alarm, etc. by using the installed [V.Networks Setup Tool]. Select [Start], [Programs], [V.NETWORKS] and then [vn-c655u Setup Tool] to start up [V.Networks Setup Tool]. ☞ Page 31 ☞...
  • Page 31: Password Setting

    ● For a password-protected VN-C655, the password request screen appears. ● VN-C655 cannot be set up unless the correct administrator password is entered. ● The security level is highest for the administrator and lowest for the user. If password is set...
  • Page 32: Alarm Setting

    Settings (Step 2 Setting the Network) 2-4 Other Settings with V.Networks Setup Tool [2. Alarm Setting] This section describes alarm setting. Alarm input is activated in the following cases. • Input signals are received from an input terminal located on the rear panel of the camera, [ALARM ☞...
  • Page 33 Click on the [Other Trigger] tab on the [Alarm Setting] screen. When the setting is complete, select [Apply] and then OK. Click on the [Alarm Output] tab on the [Alarm Setting] screen. When the setting is complete, select [Apply] and then OK.
  • Page 34 2-4 Other Settings with V.Networks Setup Tool [2. Alarm Setting] (continued) Alarm input Item Function & Setting Initial Value Alarm1/Alarm2 For configuration of settings related to alarm input. — Mode For selecting whether to enable or disable the input sig- Not Available nals.
  • Page 35 Item Function & Setting Initial Value Alarm1/Alarm2 (continued) — Black & White For switching from color to B&W mode when there is alarm Not Available input. Not Available : Disabled. Color : Color mode at all times. Return : B&W mode at all times. Event : Switch automatically between the color and B&W modes according to the bright-...
  • Page 36 2-4 Other Settings with V.Networks Setup Tool [2. Alarm Setting] (continued) Other trigger Item Function & Setting Initial Value Retry (1 to 3) This function sets how many times an alarm alert to — [V.Networks Controller] is repeated (1 to 3). Memo Depending on the LAN environment, alarm alert might fail.
  • Page 37 Alarm Output Item Function & Setting Initial Value Output1/ Enable this function to output alarm signals to the [ALARM Output2 OUTPUT1] or [ALARM OUTPUT2] terminal. Output Value For selecting the alarm output method. Output OFF Output OFF : Output alarm signals when the AlarmOut1 or AlarmOut2 terminal is connected to the GND terminal.
  • Page 38: Recording Setting

    This function records the image to the memory of VN-C655 when an alarm is activated. • When an alarm is activated, image recording can be carried out in one of the following two ways. One way, local recording, saves images to the VN-C655 memory, and the other record images with ☞...
  • Page 39 Saving images of local recording to the PC As local recording images are saved to the VN-C655 volatile memory, the images are deleted if the power is turned off.
  • Page 40: Ftp Client Setting

    Settings (Step 2 Setting the Network) 2-4 Other Settings with V.Networks Setup Tool [4. FTP Client Setting] VN-C655 is equipped with an FTP client function which regularly uploads still images to an existing FTP server, thus enabling simultaneous image monitoring at many places and by many people.
  • Page 41 FTP server Retry forever : Recovery attempt is automatically. repeated until the Note power for VN-C655 is turned off. ● Uploading automatically starts when a ❈min. Retry : Recovery attempt is rec file was created.
  • Page 42: Multicast

    ● A multicast address can be set from 225.0.0.0 through 239.255.255.255. Do not set the same multicast address for different devices on the same system. ● To view VN-C655 images in the multicast mode through a router, an operating environment or a router setting is required as follows: 1 The router supports IGMP Ver.
  • Page 43 VN-C655 multicast addresses on the network can be searched. Start up [V.Networks Setup Tool]. Select [Search]. Click The [V.Networks Search] screen is displayed. Click The [Multi Address Search] screen is displayed. To start search, click The search result is displayed.
  • Page 44: Memory Info

    Settings (Step 2 Setting the Network) 2-4 Other Settings with V.Networks Setup Tool [6. Memory Info] Memory capacity can be checked. Start up [V.Networks Setup Tool] and select [Memory Info]. Check the free memory. The memory capacity of VN-C655 is 8000 kB.
  • Page 45: Time Setting

    2-4 Other Settings with V.Networks Setup Tool [7. Time Setting] This section describes how to set the standard time for VN-C655. NTP can be used for this function. Start up [V.Networks Setup Tool] and select [Time]. There are two ways to set the time, with or without NTP.
  • Page 46: Black & White Setting

    Settings (Step 2 Setting the Network) 2-4 Other Settings with V.Networks Setup Tool [8. Black and White] Start up [V.Networks Setup Tool] and select [B & W]. Click [Trigger Setting] screen will be displayed. For configuration of [Time Trigger], which is used for switching to the B&W mode by specifying the time.
  • Page 47 Auto Focus Mode For setting whether to enable auto focusing Switches the mode from color to B&W and automatically when switching between the viceversa. color and B & Wmodes. : Sets the camera permanently to : Turns this function off. B&W mode.
  • Page 48: Private Mask Setting

    Settings (Step 2 Setting the Network) 2-4 Other Setting with V.Networks Setup Tool [9. Private Mask Setting] Use the PRIVATE MASK screen to set up the private mask function, which grays out areas that are not required to be included in the monitored picture. Up to four private masks can be set per screen, and up to eight private masks can be set in total.
  • Page 49: Registering The Connected Camera With V.networks Controller

    You can set whether VN-C655 automatically starts recording upon connection. Note For connecting VN-C655 with the factory settings, either one of the environments described below is required. • Environment where no DHCP server exists. • Environment where a DHCP server, which clearly defines the IP address and MAC address...
  • Page 50: Settings Step 3 Setting With V.networks Controller

    In the pull down menu, select the camera to connect. Caution After the power for VN-C655 is turned on, there will be about 20 seconds until VN-C655 becomes ready to be con- nected with the PC. This is not a de- fect.
  • Page 51: Function Settings With V.networks Controller

    3-2 Function Settings with V.Networks Controller With [V.Networks Controller], settings for image size, alarm etc. can be performed. 1 2 3 File Control (C) : Creates a new file if the cam- Auto Pan : Select this item and click to start era is connected for the first Auto Pan operation.
  • Page 52 Settings (Step 3 Setting with V.Networks Controller) 3-2 Function Settings with V.Networks Controller (continued) With [V.Networks Controller], settings for image size, alarm etc. can be performed. Setting Help Quality : Sets the compression rate About : For checking the version of and image quality.
  • Page 53: Image Size And Inversion

    3-3 Image Size and Inversion With [V.Networks Controller], it is possible to set the size of the moving image window and invert the image. Select [View]. Select an image size and whether or not to invert the image. Note ● In the Fine mode, image details can be checked.
  • Page 54: Setting The Image Quality

    Operations (Step 3 Setting with V.Networks Controller) 3-4 Setting the Image Quality With [V.Networks Controller], settings for image quality such as the image compression rate, white balance, etc., can be done. Select [Setting] and [Quality]. ☞ Change the set values. (For functional description, next page) ☞...
  • Page 55 Quality Setting Item Function & Setting Initial Value Compression Sets the image compression rate. A lower compression rate Rate means a higher image quality. However, with a reduced compression rate, data volume also increases. Setting Values : 1 to 7 Determines the setting of the white balance adjustment.
  • Page 56 Settings (Step 3 Setting with V.Networks Controller) 3-4 Setting the Image Quality (continued) Quality Setting (continued) Item Function & Setting Initial Value Average Peak Sets the method of exposure detection to the ratio between 8 : 2 the average and peak values. Large Average value :Use this setting when areas other than the highlighted areas are filled with dark.
  • Page 57 Item Function & Setting Initial Value Sense Up This function is used to increase the sensitivity by extend- ing the exposure time. Increasing this value slows the shut- ter speed and motion may appear unnatural. When the item "SHUTTER" is set to "1/250" or more, the SENSE UP item does not work.
  • Page 58 Settings (Step 3 Setting with V.Networks Controller) 3-4 Setting the Image Quality (continued) Quality Setting (continued) Item Function & Setting Initial Value ExDR Level To make a low-light section of the object easy to view: In- (Continued) crease the level. To make a highlighted section of the object easy to view: Decrease the level.
  • Page 59 Lens Item function & Setting Initial Value Iris Adjust the brightness of lens. Auto A smaller value makes images darker, closing the iris. Auto : Adjusts iris automatically. Auto + : Adjusts iris automatically to a level brighter than the default state. Auto –...
  • Page 60: Frame Rate

    Select [Setting] and [Framerate]. Set the frame rate in the [Frame Rate] screen. Sets the maximum number of images per second that are sent from VN-C655. This value is set to “15” at the factory. Note The actual number of frames received and displayed per second is affected by factors such as the PC performance and the image compression rate as well as the LAN environment.
  • Page 61: Setting Preset Position

    3-6 Setting Preset Position Set the preset position of the connected camera using V.Networks Controller. Select the camera. Select the camera for setting from the pull down menu of the camera. Select [Setting] and [Position Memory]. Select [Position Memory] from the pull down menu of [Setting].
  • Page 62: Alarm Setting

    Settings (Step 3 Setting with V.Networks Controller) 3-7 Alarm Setting With [V.Networks Controller], it is possible to set the action to be taken upon reception of an alarm signal. Select [Setting] and [Alarm]. Change the set values. Settings are performed for [Motion Detection Alarm], [Alarm 1], [Alarm 2] and [Relay Alarm]. Text box (With [Relay Alarm] selected, 1 and 2 cannot be set.) When the settings are complete, click...
  • Page 63: Pan/Tilt Setting

    3-8 Pan/Tilt Setting Perform configuration on pan/tilt settings using [V. Network Controller]. Select [Setting] and [Pan/Tilt Setting]. Perform configuration on pan/tilt settings. Pan/Tilt Speed Variable : For altering the pan/tilt speed automatically according to the zoom of the lens. The speed lowers when the zoom position is set to the tele end and increases when set to the wide end.
  • Page 64: Auto Pan

    Settings (Step 3 Setting with V.Networks Controller) 3-9 Auto Pan Perform the setting of Auto Pan operation which moves in the horizontal direction with a constant speed from the position set previously using V.Networks controller. Select the camera. Select the camera for setting from the pull down menu of the camera.
  • Page 65 Perform the setting. Set Auto Pan operation in the pull down menu of [MODE]. • Right : Rotates to the right horizontally from the start position. • Left : Rotates to the left horizontally from the start position. • Return : Moves continuously between the start and return positions in the horizontal direction.
  • Page 66: Auto Patrol

    Settings (Step 3 Setting with V.Networks Controller) 3-10 Auto Patrol Move to multiple positions based on the preset sequence and time. Set when viewing the specified positions in sequence. Set for each camera. Select the camera. Select the camera for setting from the pull down menu of the camera.
  • Page 67 Perform the setting. Set Mode. Mode can be set from 1 to 3. Click the tab for setting Mode. Set Position number. Set the position number that moves in the se- quence of the patrol number. Set Interval. Set the time for displaying each position set Register the setting.
  • Page 68: Auto Trace

    Settings (Step 3 Setting with V.Networks Controller) 3-11 Auto Trace Save and reproduce the content operated on the camera manually. Select the camera. Select the camera for setting from the pull down menu of the camera. Select [Setting] and [Auto Trace Setting]. Select [Auto Trace Setting] from the pull down menu of [Setting].
  • Page 69 Close the window. Click " ". When the memorization is completed, click "Stop" to end. Click " ". After the setting is completed, click "Close" to close the window. Caution • There is a limit to the length of recording time.
  • Page 70: Time Stamp

    Settings (Step 3 Setting with V.Networks Controller) 3-12 Time Stamp With [V.Networks Controller], the [Time Stamp] function can be set. This function displays the date and time on the camera images, and the date and time are recorded. Select [Setting] and [Time Stamp]. Proceed with the setting.
  • Page 71: Changing The Registered Information

    3-13 Changing the Registered Information With [V.Networks Controller], registered information on camera connection etc. can be changed. Select [Setting] and [Property]. Proceed with the setting. Change the camera. Cannot be changed. Set whether to start recording on connection. When complete, click Caution Information cannot be changed for a connected camera.
  • Page 72: Operations Step 4 Operations With V.networks Controller

    Operations (Step 4 Operations with V.Networks Controller) 4-1 Operations with V.Networks Controller [V.Networks Controller] can be used to select the camera, record and playback the camera images etc. 4 5 6 7 Camera STOP Displays the name of the connected camera. Stops recording.
  • Page 73 PAN/TILT button SIZE Adjust the Pan/Tilt position. The operating Reduces the size of the [V.Networks Controller] angle per one Pan/Tilt operation is set using screen. (See below.) angle step. The operating speed of Pan/Tilt is performed PAN/TILT position indicator under [Pan/Tilt setting] item of [Setting]. Current Pan/Tilt position and Zoom position ☞...
  • Page 74: Record/Stop

    Operations (Step 4 Operations with V.Networks Controller) 4-2 Record/Stop [V.Networks Controller] can be used to save camera images to a file. Click the [REC] button. Connected camera (Files are saved under this name) Recording format [Record] display (Moving image window) [REC] display Click the [STOP] button.
  • Page 75: Playback

    4-3 Playback For playback, select the file saved with the record function of [V.Network Controller]. The playback function cannot be effective while moving images are displayed. Click the [PLAY] button. [PLAY] button Select the file you wish to replay from [Playback File] and click .
  • Page 76 Operations (Step 4 Operations with V.Networks Controller) 4-3 Playback (continued) Click [Playback] is displayed. Slidebar • Moves toward the right as the playback time progresses. • Can be dragged with the mouse. [Stop] button [Pause] button [Play] button...
  • Page 77: Other Instructions On Record And Playback

    4-4 Other Instructions on Record and Playback Record/Playback time • Do not record or play a file that exceeds 2 GB with [V.Networks Controller]. With Windows applications, data in excess of 2 GB cannot be randomly accessed. Approximate recording time for 2 GB JPEG data (at 5 frames per second) Image size Data size per image Approximate recording time...
  • Page 78: Snapshot

    Press to save a snapshot. Note Other viewer software • Still-image files saved with VN-C655 can be viewed with general viewer software. However, images inverted by VN-C655 will not be displayed as such. Also, image color may also be different.
  • Page 79: Troubleshooting

    AWC. be set for a few seconds. Image size changes automati- • When a VN-C655 is connected to multiple PCs, priority cally. will be given to the PC for which VN-C655 operation/set- ting is last performed.
  • Page 80 Others Troubleshooting (continued) Symptoms Remedial Actions Camera control cannot be per- • About 30 seconds are required for initialization of the cam- formed or settings acquired are era to complete upon turning on the power. To perform incorrect for a span of about 30 camera control or acquire settings, do so by allowing an seconds upon turning on the interval of 30 seconds after turning on the power.
  • Page 81: Specifications

    Specifications ■ Camera ■ Pan/Tilt Mechanism Image pickup device : 1/4 inch type, interline Panning range : 360° endless revolution transfer CCD, 768(H) x Panning speed : 1°/s to 300°/s 494(V) pixels. Tilting range : 0° to 90° (Horizontal – Sync system : Internal Straight downwards –...
  • Page 82: External Dimensions

    Specifications (continued) ■ External Dimensions 87 (3.150) Unit: mm (inches) 152 (5.906) ■ Ceiling Mount hole Unit: mm (inches) Screw positions Screw positions 113 (4.449) ● Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 84 is a registered trademark owned by Victor Company of Japan, Limited. is a registered trademark in Japan, the U.S.A., the U.K. and many other countries. © 2004 Victor Company of Japan, Limited. LWT0202-001A-H...

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