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User Guide

Document 800-15952 – Rev A – 09/2013



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  • Page 1: User Guide

    High Resolution Indoor Box Camera HCC10 HCC210 HCC10X HCC210X User Guide Document 800-15952 – Rev A – 09/2013...
  • Page 2 2001/95/EC and the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU, conforming to the requirements of standards EN 55022 for emissions, EN 50130-4 for immunity, EN 60950-1 for electrical equipment safety, and EN 50581 for assessment of electrical and electronic products with respect to the restriction of hazardous substances
  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions Read Instructions Power Sources Read all of the safety and operating instructions before This product should be operated only from the type of using the product and retain them for future reference. power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your facility, Cleaning consult your equipment dealer or local power...
  • Page 4: Precautions

    • strong magnetic fields and electrical signals extended periods, or bright vertical and horizontal lines may appear on the screen. Daily check To maintain proper operation for surveillance use, check the camera output every day for a clear and focused picture.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety Instructions ....Noise Reduction ....22 Camera ID....22 Precautions .
  • Page 6: Features

    • Digital wide dynamic range High quality image Horizontal resolution of 600 TVL • 4 motion detection zones (HCC10/HCC10X) or 650 TVL (HCC210/HCC210X). • 8 privacy zones Digital signal processing with optimization of control • Picture adjustment for mirror, brightness, contrast, program and image correction algorithm.
  • Page 7: Camera Parts Explained

    Camera Parts Explained Back Focus screw Lens mount Use to adjust the back focus. Use when installing the lens. C-mount lens uses a C-mount adapter. CS-mount lens 1/4-20 UNC Mounting Hole does not need a C-mount adapter. Use to install the camera to a tripod. Lens mount cap Use to cap the lens mount when the lens is not attached.
  • Page 8 ~ AC 24V ~ Video Output Power Input (BNC) – DC 12V + Connect to a 24 V AC or 12 V DC VIDEO OUT power source. Do not connect the power source until all other connections have been completed.
  • Page 9: Camera Installation

    Camera Installation Installing the Lens Pin Assignment Remove the lens mount cap from the camera Signal (if present). Damping coil (–) Screw the lens clockwise onto the lens mount of Damping coil (+) the camera (A). If you are using a C-mount lens, Drive coil (+) you will need to attach the C-mount adapter first.
  • Page 10: Connecting The Wiring

    RS-485 (mm) “L” (mm) Video output C-mount * 17.526 < 9 Power input (12 V DC or 24 VAC) CS-mount ** 12.5 < 4 Lens * With the C-mount adapter attached. ** With the C-mount adapter removed. Back Focus
  • Page 11: Mounting The Camera

    Optionally, make alarm input and output Adjusting the Back Focus connections. Alarm input is active when shorted to ground (G). Alarm out is open collector After installing the lens and connecting the wiring, you controlled by alarm in. Absolute maximum alarm can adjust the lens focus and zoom.
  • Page 12: Menu Description

  • Page 13: Setup Menu

    Setup Menu About Iris, Shutter, and AGC Settings To display the on-screen camera setup menu, press the In the LENS settings menu and in the SHUTTER/AGC joystick control at the rear of the camera (see page 8), settings menu, you can: and then hold for 2 seconds.
  • Page 14: Lens

    • In AUTO mode, the SHUTTER speed and AGC selected, the iris is completely closed. value adjust automatically in response to changes SPEED Set the auto iris speed to a value between in the lighting environment (divided here into high 0 and 255. luminance and low luminance).
  • Page 15: White Balance

    White Balance AUTO SETUP The white balance feature processes the image to retain HIGH LUMINANCE MODE SHUT+AUTO IRIS color balance over a color temperature range and BRIGHTNESS remove unrealistic color casts. LOW LUMINANCE MODE In the setup menu, move the cursor to WHITE BAL , and BRIGHTNESS x0.50 then select one of the following white balance modes:...
  • Page 16 • In ANTI CR mode, the system suppresses color rolling caused by small differences between the • In PUSH mode, white balance is adjusted flicker frequency of non-inverter fluorescent lights automatically according to the color temperature. and the drive frequency of the image sensor devices.
  • Page 17: Backlight

    • In MANUAL mode, white balance is adjusted Backlight manually. When strong backlighting is present, subjects in the foreground appear silhouetted. Backlight MANUAL WB compensation (BLC) increases the brightness of the scene so that foreground subjects are properly LEVEL exposed. Highlight compensation (HLC) masks strong light RETURN ...
  • Page 18: Picture Adjust

    0 and 255. SHARPNESS Adjust the sharpness. Select a value between 0 and 255. Adjust the color tone. Select a value between 0 and 255 . GAIN Adjust the color gradation. Select a value between 0 and 255 .
  • Page 19: Motion Detection

    Motion Detection DETECT Sets the motion detection sensitivity. SENSE The motion detection function detects moving objects in a scene. Motion detection is triggered when the BLOCK Controls the motion detection block differences between frames in a monitored area exceed DISP display.
  • Page 20: Privacy

    RETURN  automatically switches to black-and-white images in low-light conditions. In the setup menu, move the cursor to DAY/NIGHT, and then select one of the following modes: AUTO, COLOR, B/W, EXT1, or EXT2.
  • Page 21 Auto Mode • Press the joystick to enter the configuration menu. SETUP MENU PRIVACY  DAY/NIGHT AUTO DAY/NIGHT  CAMERA ID BURST SYNC DELAY CNT LANGUAGE ENGLISH DAY->NIGHT CAMERA RESET NIGHT->DAY BACK  EXIT  SAVE ALL RETURN  • In AUTO mode, the camera switches automatically BURST Set to ON or OFF to enable or disable burst between day (color) mode and night (b/w) mode...
  • Page 22: Noise Reduction

    To create a camera name, in the setup menu, move the Noise reduction reduces the amount of video signal cursor to CAMERA ID , select ON , and then press the noise in the image. joystick to enter the configuration menu.
  • Page 23: Sync

    Sync CAMERA ID The sync function displays the current synchronization mode. • If you are using a 12 V DC power supply, the ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV WXYZ0123456789-!”#$%&’ synchronization mode is set to internal ( INT ) and is ()_`,¥:;<=>?@\^*.x+/ not configurable.  CLR POS  •...
  • Page 24: Language

    Save All/Exit To save your camera settings, in the setup menu, move the cursor to SAVE ALL , and then press the joystick. To exit, in the setup menu, move the cursor to EXIT , and then press the joystick.
  • Page 25: Specifications

    English, French, German, Spanish, OSD Language Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Video Output 1 Vp-p @ 75 ohms Japanese Sync System Internal, line lock * HCC10(X) S/N Ratio 50 dB (AGC off) ** HCC210(X) AGC Range 6 dB to 44.8 dB (Manual) Electronic Shutter Auto/Manual...
  • Page 26 FCC: Part 15, Class A Housing: Die-cast aluminum Construction Immunity EN 50130-4 Finish: Light gray Safety EN 60950-1 Camera Mount 1/4-20 UNC Lens Mount C/CS mount Lens: 4-pin connector Video Output: BNC connector Connectors Power Input: 2-pin terminal block Alarm/DN/RS-485: 6-pin terminal block
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  • Page 28 Document 800-15952 – Rev A – 09/2013 © 2013 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.

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