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DOME TYPE CAMERA
TK-C655
TK-C676
INSTRUCTIONS
TK-C655 Ver.(C)
TK-C676 Ver.(B)
LWT0200-001C

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  • Page 1 DOME TYPE CAMERA TK-C655 INSTRUCTIONS TK-C655 Ver.(C) TK-C676 Ver.(B) TK-C676 LWT0200-001C...
  • Page 2: Important Safeguards

    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: Table Of Contents

    Thank you for purchsing this product. (These instructions are for TK-C655E, TK-C676E) Before beginning to operate this unit, please read the instruction manual carefully in order to make sure that the best possible performance is obtained. Contents Introduction Features ..................................... 4 Provided Accessories .................................
  • Page 4: Introduction Features

    High-sensitivity CCD and bright zoom lens TK-C655: The CCD features an improved sensitivity of near- ly 70% over the previous model and the zoom lens has a large aperture ratio of f1.6 (at WIDE end).
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. AVERTISSEMENT: POUR EVITER LES RISQUES D'INCENDIE OU D'ELECTROCUTION, NE PAS EXPOSER L'APPAREIL A L'HUMIDITE OU A LA PLUIE. WARNING CAUTION •...
  • Page 6: Precautions For Correct Operation

    Introduction Precautions for Correct Operation ● When the camera is used in ATW (Auto White balance) ● To save energy, turn the system off whenever it is not in mode, the colors captured by the camera may differ from use. ●...
  • Page 7 Note on consumable parts Zooming The following parts are consumable and should be replaced When zooming is stopped near the TELE end during manual after a certain number of hours or a count of operations. operation or by selecting a preset position, focusing may The service lives given below are only typical values.
  • Page 8: Connections & Installation Controls, Connectors And Indicators

    Connections & Installation Controls, Connectors and Indicators Ceiling Mount Cover Pin 1 of alarm output terminal (CN24) Pin 1 of CONTROL terminal (CN22) Pin 1 of ALARM I/O terminal (CN23) Pin 1 of alarm input terminal (CN26) (Connector side) (Terminal Pin Layout) [VIDEO OUT] Coaxial Cable Connectors [ALARM I/O] Input/Output Terminals (CN23) Output connector of a composite video signal (1 V(p-p))
  • Page 9 & ⁄ (Setting switch side) Cover Connector (Male) For protection against water drips. Slit the rubber cap on Connect to , the Female Camera Connector on the Ceil- this cover and pass the cable through the slits. ing Mount. ☞ P.
  • Page 10: A Multi-Drop Communication System

    A system that employs the RM-P2580 as the controller The following figure shows a system that can accommodate up to eight cameras. (100 positions can be preset per camera.) Control signal cable Observe the following points when connecting compo- TK-C655/ Coaxial cable TK-C676 nents together: Camera 1 •...
  • Page 11 A system that does not employ the RM-P2580 as the controller MEMO Be sure to terminate the control signal cable at both ends. The cables (length of stub) connecting pieces of non-terminated equipment (cameras or controllers) must be as short as possible. If the length of stub is too long, control precision may suffer. ●...
  • Page 12: Point-To-Point Communication System

    TV transmitter, a power transformer or an electric motor, the picture may suffer from noise and colors may be affected. An optionally available controller is required to use a TK-C655 or TK-C676 camera. Please contact your local dealer or installer for more information about these controllers.
  • Page 13 Use twisted-pair cables for the connections. ●Duplex ●Simplex When the camera is controlled using the full duplex proto- When the camera is controlled using the simplex trans- col, set Switch 5 to OFF. mission protocol, set Switch 5 to ON. Camera Controller Camera...
  • Page 14: Switch Settings

    Connections & Installation Switch Settings Set the switches on the Ceiling Mount before installing the camera. Settings vary according to configuration of the system used. Setting switches Switch 1 Invalid (Set to OFF) Switch 2 Switch 3 DISP Switch 4 PROTOCOL(1) Switch 5 PROTOCOL(2) Switch 6 SYNC Switch 7 Invalid (Set to OFF)
  • Page 15: Setting Switches

    Setting switches Figure of 1 Figure of 10 ● Machine ID MEMO When using a multi-drop system with a remote control unit In a system using an RM-P2580, multiple cameras are connected such as a RM-P2580, the machine IDs need to be set for by a single set of control cables.
  • Page 16: Cable Connections

    Do not connect an AC 24V cable directly to an AC 230 V outlet. eaves, enclose cables in a drip-proof pipe. This will damage the unit. TK-C655: Be sure to use a drip-proof pipe. The ● The AC 24 V power supply must be isolated from the primary maximum diametre of the pipe connec- line.
  • Page 17 ☞ Coaxial cable Alarm signal cables P. 8 Connecting a RG-59 coaxial cable. Alarm output terminals (CN24) If a RG-11 coaxial cable is used it cannot be con- Connect the provided 4P Alarm cable to these terminals. nected directly to the terminal board. To use such a cable, connect a RG-59 cable to the camera and then connect the RG-11 cable to the RG-59 cable.
  • Page 18: Attaching The Ceiling Mount

    Connections & Installation Attaching the Ceiling Mount To a ceiling slab or channel Attaching a safety wire. Attach a safety wire to the ceiling mount and to the ceil- ing slab or channel to prevent the unit from dropping. First attach the safety wire to the ceiling mount by pass- ing the wire through the safety wire hole (see the dia- Safety wire hole gram on the left).
  • Page 19 Ceiling Mount Ensure that the lock screw is loose. Lock screw The camera cannot be attached properly if the lock screw of the Ceiling Mount is too tight. Camera Fit the camera. Camera clamping Check the position of the camera clamping bracket and bracket that of the lock screw, and fit the camera onto the ceiling mount.
  • Page 20: Setting Up The Camera Using An Rm-P2580 Setup Procedure

    Setting Up the Camera Using an RM-P2580 Setup Procedure In systems using an RM-P2580 remote control unit, the menus for use during camera setup can be displayed on the remote control unit. (Please refer to the instructions for RM-P2580.) <Setting the camera menus from an RM-P2580> Set the Power switch on the rear panel of the RM- Power switch MENU button...
  • Page 21: Menu Screen Flow

    Menu Screen Flow The menu screens are arranged in a hierarchical structure as shown below. Refer to the respective reference pages for the details of each menu. ☞ P.22 Normal screen – – C A M E R A F U N C T I O N 1 – – V .
  • Page 22: Camera Function1 Screen

    Setting Up the Camera Using an RM-P2580 CAMERA FUNCTION1 Screen This screen sets up the functions of the camera itself. Item Function & Setting Initial Value V. PHASE This adjusts the vertical synchronization to those of other cameras when a selector switch for the synchronizing system on the Ceilling Mount is at LL.
  • Page 23: Camera Function2 Screen

    Item Function & Setting Initial Value PRIVATE MASK.. This function grays out sections that are not to be displayed in the monitored picture – area. The grayed out section moves accordingly when the camera is panned, tilted or when the zoom is adjusted. ☞...
  • Page 24: Camera Title/Alarm Screen

    Setting Up the Camera Using an RM-P2580 CAMERA TITLE/ALARM Screen This screen sets items related to titles and alarms. Item Function & Setting Initial Value CAM. TITLE EDIT .. This sets the title which is displayed permanently at the bottom left of the picture. –...
  • Page 25 Item Function & Setting Initial Value ALARM INPUT .. (Continued) POLARITY Sets the polarity of the alarm signal inputs. MAKE MAKE : Alarm signals are transmitted when point of contact is made. BREAK : Alarm signals are transmitted when contact is broken. MEMO When an item for the B&W is set to the ALARM 1 to 4, it is set to the MAKE mode even if “BREAK”...
  • Page 26: Camera Video Adjustment Screen

    Setting Up the Camera Using an RM-P2580 CAMERA VIDEO ADJUSTMENT Screen This menu sets the picture signal of the camera, such as the color level and contour enhancement. Item Function & Setting Initial Value COLOUR LEVEL Sets the color level of the picture signal. NORMAL To decrease : Set a smaller value.
  • Page 27 CAMERA ALC screen (Continued) Function & Setting Item Initial Value SENSE UP This function is used to increase the sensitivity by extending the exposure time. When the object is dark, this function sets how high the level of sensitivity will automatically increase to.
  • Page 28: Home Motion Detect Screen

    Setting Up the Camera Using an RM-P2580 CAMERA ALC screen (Continued) Initial Value Item Function & Setting B&W/COLOUR (Continued) MODE .. LIGHT TYPE Use this function to set the type of light illuminating the object in the B&W mode. NORMAL NORMAL : Setting for normal lighting.
  • Page 29: Auto Pan/Patrol/Trace Screen

    AUTO PAN/PATROL/TRACE Screen This screen sets up the auto pan function for slow panning, the auto patrol function for switching of positions in sequence, and the auto trace function for the reproduction of the results of manual camera operations. Item Function &...
  • Page 30: Position Function Set Screen

    Setting Up the Camera Using an RM-P2580 POSITION FUNCTION SET Screen This screen sets the configurations of functions relating to pictures taken in preset positions. Item Function & Setting Initial Value POSITION TITLE .. Sets the titles for the 99 preset positions and the home position. Titles can be up to –...
  • Page 31: Factory Settings Screen

    POSITION FUNCTION SET Screen (Continued) This screen sets the configurations of functions relating to pictures taken in preset positions. Item Function & Setting Initial Value W. BALANCE Determines the setting of the white balance adjustment. The white balance can be adjusted for lighting conditions with color temperatures from 2500K to 8000K.
  • Page 32: Private Mask Setup

    Setting Up the Camera Using an RM-P2580 PRIVATE MASK Setup 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 33: Camera Title Setup

    CAMERA TITLE Setup Use the CAMERA TITLE screen to set the title of each camera. Titles can be up to 16 characters in length and are displayed at the bottom left of the picture. MENU button SET button ☞ Select the camera. ( RM-P2580 Instruction manual) REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RM-P2580...
  • Page 34: Area Title Setup

    Setting Up the Camera Using an RM-P2580 AREA TITLE Setup The 360° panning range of the camera can be divided into 16 equally sized areas and an area title can be set for each area. Titles can ☞ be of up to 16 characters in length and are displayed in the picture as the camera is panned manually. (Area title display ON/OFF: ☞...
  • Page 35: Alarm Title Setup

    ALARM TITLE Setup Use the ALARM TITLE screen to set the alarm titles to be displayed when an alarm signal is transmitted. Up to 10 alarm titles (ALARM TITLE 1 to 10) can be set and each title can be up to 12 characters in length. ☞...
  • Page 36: Home Motion Detect Setup

    – – – D E M O N S T R A T I O N – – – The motion detect function is not intended to prevent fire or theft. There- fore, JVC will not assume any liabilities for accidents and damage relat- ed to the use of this function.
  • Page 37: Auto Pan Setup

    AUTO PAN Setup Use the AUTO PAN screen to set the auto pan function, which allows the camera to be revolved slowly in a horizontal direction. The auto pan function has three modes, the RETURN mode for continual movement between two positions, the RIGHT mode for clock-wise rotation and the LEFT mode for counterclockwise rotation.
  • Page 38: Auto Patrol Setup

    Setting Up the Camera Using an RM-P2580 AUTO PATROL Setup Use the AUTO PATROL screen to set the configuration of the auto patrol function, which moves the camera between several positions at a high speed. Patrol positions 1-100 can be set in each of three modes (MODES 1 to 3). It is recommended that these three modes be set the according to the day of the week or the time of day.
  • Page 39: Auto Trace Setup

    AUTO TRACE Setup Use the AUTO TRACE screen to set the auto trace function, which stores and reproduces the actions of a manual camera opera- tion (up to 30 seconds). ☞ Select the camera. ( RM-P2580 Instruction manual) MENU button CAMERA button →...
  • Page 40: Position Title Setup

    Setting Up the Camera Using an RM-P2580 POSITION TITLE Setup Use the POSITION TITLE screen to set the title of each camera position. Each camera position can be given a title of up to 16 characters. MENU button <Be sure to set the positions before proceeding to the position title SET button setup.>...
  • Page 41: Auto Return Setup

    AUTO RETURN Setup If the camera is not operated at the preset time after it has been operated manually, it will automatically return to the status set previously. < RM-P2580 rear > TO CAMERA TO CAMERA DATA I / O DATA I / O UNIT UNIT...
  • Page 42: Others

    Others Attaching a Ceiling Flush Mount Bracket (Optional WB-S575) The ceiling flush mount bracket (optional WB-S575) allows the camera to be installed flush with the ceiling surface. In this case the ceiling material should have a thickness of between 5 mm and 31 mm. Make a hole (diameter 200 mm) in the ceiling.
  • Page 43 Anchor bolt mount holes Connect cables to the Ceiling Mount. ☞ P. 16, “Connection Cables” Attaching a safety wire to the ceiling mount. Attach a safety wire to the ceiling mount and to the ceiling slab or channel to prevent the unit from dropping. First attach the safety wire to the ceiling mount by passing the wire through the safety wire Lock hole.
  • Page 44: Removing A Ceiling Flush Mount Bracket (Optional Wb-S575)

    Others Removing a Ceiling Flush Mount Bracket (Optional WB-S575) <Check the release labels thoroughly before removal.> Remove the ceiling panel. Pull the ceiling panel and disengage the two hooks. Remove the camera. Remove the camera from the Ceiling Mount by reversing the at- taching procedure.
  • Page 45: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Symptom Cause (Information) Remedy Is there a problem in the power cable(s) connecting the Use cable(s) with low cable resistance Picture is not displayed. camera to the power supply unit? and of the correct cable length. (If the power cable(s) are too long or of an inadequate (Ensure that the voltage supplied to the size, the correct voltage may not be supplied due to an terminal board is correct during camera...
  • Page 46: Specifications

    Others Specifications ■ Camera ■ Lens Image pickup device : 1/4 type, interline transfer CCD, TK-C655 : Zoom ratio 752(H) x 582(V) pixels. Approx. x25 (Approx. x250 with electronic zooming) Sync system : Line Lock, Internal : Focal distance 3.8 mm to 95 mm Scanning frequencies : Horizontal 15.625 kHz,...
  • Page 47 ■ External dimensions [Unit: mm] ■ Ceiling mount hole (40) ( φ 75) Screw positions Screw positions φ 152 ■ WB-S575 ■ Dimensions in combination with the WB-S575 (Ceiling flush mount bracket + Ceiling panel) 200 (Hole making size) Ceiling mount position Anchor bolt alignment hole Compatible with M8 to M10...
  • Page 48 © 2006 Victor Company of Japan, Limited LWT0200-001C...

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