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Document 800-08379 – Rev B – 05/11
HD4D Series
Fixed Minidome Camera
HD4D3S
HD4D9S
HD4DAFS
HD4DIRS
Configuration Guide
HD4D3SX
HD4D9SX
HD4DAFSX
HD4DIRSX

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  • Page 1 HD4D Series Fixed Minidome Camera HD4D3S HD4D3SX HD4D9S HD4D9SX HD4DAFS HD4DAFSX HD4DIRS HD4DIRSX Configuration Guide Document 800-08379 – Rev B – 05/11...
  • Page 2 Revisions Issue Date Revisions 04/11 New document. 5/11 Operating temperature upper limit changed to 131°F (55°C). RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ............4 Programming the Camera .
  • Page 4: Introduction

    Introduction This document provides instructions for configuring the following HD4D Series indoor/outdoor vandal-resistant mini fixed dome cameras: • HD4D3S(X) 3.3–12 mm Vari-focal Auto Iris lens • HD4D9S(X) 9–22 mm Vari-focal Auto Iris lens • HD4DAFS(X) 2.9–8.5 mm Auto Focus lens •...
  • Page 5: Programming The Camera

    Programming the Camera The camera is programmed using the on-screen display (OSD) menus. You may need to connect a portable monitor during installation using the supplied adapter cable. To access the OSD menu system, press the OSD controller joystick located on the camera control board.
  • Page 6: Exposure Menu

    Exposure Menu EXPOSURE LENS Note Only DC mode is supported at this time. Choosing MANUAL mode may cause the camera to operate incorrectly. Select DC. Press the OSD controller joystick to adjust the brightness level of the monitor screen. Select a value from 0 to 99 (99 = brightest).
  • Page 7 EXPOSURE E. SHUTTER (Electronic Shutter) You can select from 18 different shutter speed levels, from X256 to 1/100000. The default shutter speed is 1/60. Note The SENSE_UP menu cannot be controlled if the E.SHUTTER setting is above 1/250. Select 1/100FLC to run camera in flickerless mode.
  • Page 8 EXPOSURE BLC (Backlight Compensation) Backlight Compensation prevents subjects in defined areas of the scene from appearing too dark when backlighting is present. Select ON or OFF. If ON is selected, you can adjust the BLC level in five areas of the scene (top, bottom, center, left, right).
  • Page 9 EXPOSURE MAX_DR (Maximum Dynamic Range) Maximum Dynamic Range provides clear images even when strong backlighting is present. Select ON or OFF. If ON is selected, you can adjust the MAX_DR level. Select a value from 0 to 20. Document 800-08379 Rev B 05/11...
  • Page 10 EXPOSURE AGC (Auto Gain Control) Auto Gain Control automatically adjusts the video gain to enhance picture brightness in low light conditions. Select one of the following settings: • • • MIDDLE • HIGH EXPOSURE SENSE_UP Sense Up automatically activates slow shutter function when a scene is too dark.
  • Page 11: Color Menu

    Color Menu COLOR WB MODE (White Balance) To set the white balance mode, select one of the following: • AWC - Auto White Balance Control mode compensates for color temperature changes between 2000 K and 18000 K. • ATW - Auto Tracking White Balance mode compensates for color temperature changes between 2500 K and 9500 K.
  • Page 12 COLOR WB MODE If WB mode is set to MANUAL, you can manually adjust the red level (M.WB R) and the blue level  (M.WB B). Select a value from 0 to 255. COLOR R-Y GAIN AND B-Y GAIN R-Y GAIN sets the amount of red in the image.
  • Page 13: Day&Night Menu

    Day&Night Menu DAY&NIGHT D&N MODE (True Day/Night) To set the True Day/Night mode, select one of the following: • AUTO - Camera automatically switches between day and night mode depending on the light level. • COLOR - Camera remains in day mode, regardless of light level.
  • Page 14: Function Menu

    Function Menu FUNCTION MIRROR Select one of the following settings: • • MIRROR - Flips the image horizontally • V-FLIP - Flips the image vertically • ROTATE - Combines V-FLIP and MIRROR FUNCTION SHARPNESS To set the image sharpness, select a value from 0 to 49 (49 = sharpest).
  • Page 15 FUNCTION GAMMA Select the desired gamma level: • 0.45 (default) • • FUNCTION 3D DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) Digital Noise Reduction reduces the noise/distortion on the screen at night, allowing clear images in low light conditions. Select one of the following settings: •...
  • Page 16 FUNCTION D_ZOOM (Digital Zoom) Digital Zoom lets you magnify the image on the screen up to three times. Select ON or OFF. If ON is selected, you can define the following settings: • ZOOM - Adjustable from X1.0 to X3.0 (X3.0 =×...
  • Page 17 FUNCTION SLC (Side Light Compensation) Side Light Compensation compensates for a brighter image on the sides of the screen. Select ON or OFF. If ON is selected, you can adjust the brightness level. Adjust the brightness level by selecting a value from 0 to 50. Document 800-08379 Rev B 05/11...
  • Page 18 FUNCTION HME (Highlight Masking Exposure) Highlight Masking Exposure masks highlights, allowing objects to appear more clearly on the screen. Select ON or OFF. If ON is selected, you can adjust the HME level. Adjust the HME level by selecting a value from 0 to 60. The higher the number, the darker the masking will be.
  • Page 19 FUNCTION DIS (Digital Image Stabilization) Digital Image Stabilization minimizes or prevents blurred images due to camera vibration. Select ON or OFF. Document 800-08379 Rev B 05/11...
  • Page 20: Motion Menu

    Motion Menu MOTION MOTION You can set the camera to detect movement and to display an alarm on the screen when movement is detected. Select ON or OFF. If ON is selected, set the range of cells for motion detection. Selected cells appear blue.
  • Page 21 MOTION SENSITI. (Sensitivity Level Setting) You can set the sensitivity level of the motion detection. Select a value from 0 to 120 (120 = most sensitive). MOTION SHOW INDI. (Show Indicator) You can set the motion detection indicator to OFF, ICON, or TRACE. Document 800-08379 Rev B 05/11...
  • Page 22: Privacy Menu

    MOTION DELAY OUT You can set how long the alarm is displayed on the screen when motion is detected. Select a value from 1 to 15 seconds. Privacy Menu PRIVACY MASK 1 to MASK 6 Privacy masks let you hide parts of the screen from view.
  • Page 23 If ON is selected, press the joystick to set Sizing handles the area to be masked and the color of the mask. • SET WINDOW - Using the joystick, move the mask over the area you want to hide. To resize the mask, press the joystick once to select all of the sizing handles.
  • Page 24: Sync Menu

    Sync Menu SYNC SYNC MODE Select L/L (line lock) or INTERNAL. • Select L/L if two or more cameras are using AC power in a switching system. • Select INTERNAL if camera uses DC power, or if line lock is not required. SYNC V_PHASE When more than two cameras are used in a switching system, phase difference in the AC...
  • Page 25: Setup Menu

    Setup Menu SETUP CAMERA ID You can create a unique identifier for the camera. Select a value from 0 to 254 as the camera ID. Note This feature is not operational at this time. SETUP TITLE You can display a title for the camera on the screen.
  • Page 26 SETUP TITLE (cont.) If ON is selected, you can define the following settings: • EDIT - Lets you select characters for the title • RESET - Clears the title • POSITION - Lets you select where the title is displayed on the screen SETUP DPC (Dead Pixel Cancellation) Note For advanced users only.
  • Page 27 If AUTO is selected, you can define the following settings: • WHITE THR. - Cancels the white defective pixels • BLACK THR. - Cancels the black defective pixels • DPC LEVEL - Lets you adjust the sensitivity level of the dead pixel cancellation To adjust the white defective pixel cancellation, set WHITE THR.
  • Page 28 SETUP OMNI LENS (HD4DAFS Only) The omni lens is a special lens that is always in focus when zooming in and out. Select ON or OFF. If ON is selected, you can define the following settings: • ALARM - Select ON or OFF •...
  • Page 29: Exit Menu

    Exit Menu EXIT EXIT Exit the OSD without saving. EXIT SAVE&EXIT Exit the OSD after saving the current settings. EXIT FACTORY SET Revert to factory default settings. Note FACTORY SET does not affect the LENS, DAY&NIGHT, CAMERA ID, and DPC settings. Document 800-08379 Rev B 05/11...
  • Page 30: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you experience any of the following issues, use this troubleshooting guide to resolve the problem. If the problem persists, call Technical Support at 1-800-323-4576 (ext. 2) or send an e-mail message to HVSsupport@honeywell.com. No image appears. • Is the coaxial cable attached securely? •...
  • Page 31 05/11 © 2011 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without written permission from Honeywell. The information in this publication is believed to be accurate in all respects. However, Honeywell cannot assume responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use thereof.

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