■ About the side cable access hole
If you choose not to drill hole in the ceil-
ing, but to wire the camera with the
cable exposed, cut the cable access
hole on the side of the dome cover to
provide a cable entry.
Side cable access hole
Cut out the part as show in the illus-
Precautions when wiring from the side:
Move the cable to one side as shown.
Be careful not to pinch the cable with
the dome cover.
Installing the camera directly on a ceiling
Use a pen to mark the positions of the screws and cable mounting hole in the ceiling.
Attach the camera with 2 screws (M4, locally procured).
(M4, 2 pcs.)
hole in ceiling
(M4, locally procured)
Connect the coaxial cable (locally procured)
(DC INLINE JACK PLUG
Be sure to turn off the power of each device before connecting.
Be sure to secure the coaxial cable connectors.
Connect a coaxial cable to the video output connector.
Connect the power supply
Connect the two-color conductor cable of the camera to the power supply. The colors and
functions of the conductors are shown below.
12 V DC
The power supply of 12 V DC shall be insulated against 220 to 240 V AC.
Connection of power cord
When connecting the power cord, use connectors that are designed for the power cord, and
be careful not to let the power cord fall off.
In addition, waterproofing work is needed at the joint, e.g., wrapping waterproof tape around
Cable length and wire gauge
12 V DC
Calculation of the relation among the cable length, resistance, and power supply.
The voltage supplied to the camera shall be between 10.8 V DC and 16 V DC.
10.8 V DC ≤ V
- 2 (R x I x L) ≤ 16 V DC
L : Cable length (m)
R : Resistance of copper wire (Ω/m)
: DC output voltage of power supply unit
: DC current consumption (A)
Resistance of copper wire [at 20 °C]
Copper wire size
Installation of camera
Turn off the power of all related devices before installation.
z Remove the camera dome cover.
x Connect all cables.
If necessary, bind the cable with cable tie (locally procured).
c Install the camera.
Mount the camera with 2 screws (M4, locally procured).
Be sure to avoid twisting the cables when tightening the screws.
When attached to the ceiling:
Install the camera with its front (Model number indication face) facing the same direction
as the "gFRONT" arrow of the installation mark.
■ Pan and tilt adjustment
When adjusting pan or tilt, do not hold the lens of the camera.
q Adjustment of panning position
Loosen the panning table lock screw and rotate the table to determine the
panning position (adjustable range: 350°).
The panning position can be adjusted between +180° (clockwise) and –170° (counter-
After the panning position is determined, fix the panning table with the panning table lock
(Recommended torque: 0.59 N·m)
Original position mark
lock screw [LOCK]
clockwise: –170 º
Clockwise: +180 º
w Adjustment of tilting position
Turn the tilting table to adjust the tilting position of the camera. (adjustable
range: +75 °)
After the tilting position is determined, fix the tilting table with the tilting lock screw.
Tighten the tilting lock screw after adjustment. (Recommended torque: 0.
+75 º, 0 º
image top mark is facing
"ΔTOP" to display the image.
Image top mark
Attaching the dome cover
z Align the mark with [ | ] on the dome cover, and then install the dome cover.
Mark [ | ]
x Adjust the orientation of the dome cover.
Turn the dome cover clockwise until the mark aligns with [ || ] and a click is heard.
Turn the dome cover to the left or right while viewing the monitor so that the light is not
Mark [ || ]
Be sure to align the mark with [
|| ] when adjusting the dome cover. Do not apply exces-
sive force, or you may cause damage.
c Lift up the dome cover and then turn it clockwise until the mark aligns with [ ||| ]
and a click is heard.
Mark [ ||| ]
v After finishing the installation, completely peel off the protection sheet that had
been retained on the camera.
Before asking for repairs, confirm the causes with the following table.
Contact your dealer if a problem cannot be solved even after checking and trying the solution
in the table or a problem is not described below.
No image displayed
Are the power cord and coaxial cable connected
Check whether the connection is appropriately
Is the adjustment monitor connected?
Confirm whether the monitor is connected.
Is the monitor brightness appropriately adjusted, or is
the contrast appropriately adjusted?
Check whether the monitor settings are
Is the cushioning material in the spherical cover
Confirm whether the cushioning material has
Is the spherical cover dirty or damaged?
Verify the state of the spherical cover.
Is the focus adjusted correctly?
Check if the focus is adjusted correctly.
Is the lens of the camera soiled with dirt or dust?
Check whether the lens of the camera is clean.
Black line in image
Is the connected system controller set to multiplexed
vertical drive (VD2)?
Check whether the connected system controller
is set correctly.
Damaged power cord sheathing
Heated portion of power line con-
The power cord or connector is damaged.
sisting of power cord and con-
Continuous use of the damaged cord or connector
nector during use
may cause electric shock or fire.
Turn off the power supply immediately and request
The temperature of power cord
repair from your dealer.
rises or falls when the power cord
is bent or stretched during use
(approx. 10 mm)
Horizontal scanning frequency
Vertical scanning frequency
Adjustable angle range
Ambient operating temperature
Ambient operating humidity
Light control mode
Auto black stretch (ABS)
Auto gain control
Digital noise reduction
Day & Night (Electric)
Values of weight and dimensions are approximate. The specification is subject to change
Auto black stretch [ABS]
The latest digital signal technology is applied to automatically detect the dark areas in the
image, acquire the brightness data around the dark areas, and perform real-time color adjust-
ment by calculating the best correction curve for each area. This function can be used to per-
form real-time adjustment and correction of back light and dark area, and reproduce natural,
Auto gain control [AGC]
Automatically increases the gain to make the screen brighter when the illuminance of the sub-
ject becomes darker.
Auto tracking white balance [ATW]
Activates the automatic color temperature tracking mode.
The camera continuously check the color temperature of the light source and automatically
adjusts the white balance. The adjustment of the color temperature ranges from approx. 2700
K to 6000 K.
Digital noise reduction [DNR]
The digital noise reduction function reduces noise automatically under the condition of low illu-
Day & Night (Electric) [D&N (ELE)]
Automatically switches between color and black-and-white images in accordance with the illu-
Switches to black-and-white images when the illuminance around the camera is lower than
approx. 0.07 lx at F1.4 *corresponding value
To obtain color images, a sufficient level of illuminance (approx. 3.0 lx at F1.4 *corresponding
value) is required.
The switching illuminances described above are reference values. The switching illuminance
shall be decided based on the actual installation environment.
There may be repeated switching between color and black-and-white images depending on
the setting and environment.
Operating Instructions (this document) ......... 1 pc.
12 V DC
12 V DC: 120 mA
1/3-type interline transfer CCD
976 (H)×582 (V)
4.8 mm (H)×3.6 mm (V)
600 TV lines
400 TV lines
1.0 V [p-p] PAL composite video signal 75 Ω
52 dB (AGC OFF)
0.08 lx (color mode) at F1.4
0.07 lx (black-and-white mode) at F1.4
* corresponding value
77 ° (H) × 57 ° (V)
Pan: +180 ° to –170 °
Tilt: +75 ° to 0 °
–10 °C to +50 °C
Less than 90 %
ø108 mm × 88 mm (H)
ELC (Auto IRIS)