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HD3US(X)
Ultra Wide Dynamic
Indoor Minidome Camera
Configuration Guide
Document 800-13599 – Rev B – 12/2012

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  • Page 1 HD3US(X) Ultra Wide Dynamic Indoor Minidome Camera Configuration Guide Document 800-13599 – Rev B – 12/2012...
  • Page 2 Revisions Issue Date Revisions 11/2012 New document. 12/2012 Change to document title. UL/CSA certification added to Specifications section. 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......4 Exposure Menu .
  • Page 4: Introduction

    Introduction This document provides instructions for configuring the HD3US(X) minidome camera settings. These instructions are intended for system installers, administrators, and operators. For information about installing the camera, refer to the HD3US(X) Ultra WDR Indoor Minidome Camera Quick Installation Guide (800-13598). Programming the Camera The camera is programmed using the on-screen display (OSD) menus.
  • Page 5 The camera has the following OSD menu structure: 1. EXPOSURE 2. COLOR 3. DAY&NIGHT LENS WB MODE D&N MODE AE PREFERENCE COLOR GAIN BW BURST EXIT JUMP EXIT JUMP SENSE-UP METER ZONE EXIT JUMP 4. FUNCTION 5. MOTION 6. PRIVACY MIRROR MOTION PRIVACY MASK...
  • Page 6: Exposure Menu

    Exposure Menu EXPOSURE LENS Select DC or MANUAL. Press the OSD controller joystick to set the lens FOCUS METER. Set the FOCUS METER to the maximum value for a clear image. DC GAIN adjusts iris speed (0–255). AI THOLD defines the gain level (-48–60). MANUAL:...
  • Page 7 EXPOSURE AE PREFERENCE Set AE PREFERENCE to INDOOR or OUTDOOR depending on the camera environment. EXPOSURE BLC (Backlight Compensation) Set BLC to ON or OFF. When BLC is ON, adjust SHADOW GAIN as desired. A higher value decreases foreground brightness; a lower value increases it.
  • Page 8 EXPOSURE WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) Set WDR to LOW, NORMAL, MEDIUM (default), HIGH, or CUSTOM. CUSTOM mode lets you adjust BIAS and LIMIT as desired. BIAS defines the WDR level in the range of LIMIT (-30–30). LIMIT defines the WDR level (0–36). CUSTOM MODE...
  • Page 9 EXPOSURE AGC (Auto Gain Control) Set AGC to LOW, MEDIUM, or HIGH (default). A high AGC setting produces a brighter image in low light but also produces more noise. EXPOSURE SENSE-UP SENSE UP automatically activates slow shutter function when a scene is too dark. Select a value from X2 to X64 to set the frame integration level.
  • Page 10 EXPOSURE METER ZONE Note For advanced users only. METER ZONE defines the specific zone to which AE or WB is applied. WHITE: Adjust the location of the zone. GREEN: Reduce the zone area. RED: Enlarge the zone area. Press and hold down the joystick to exit.
  • Page 11: Color Menu

    Color Menu COLOR WB MODE Set WB MODE to AWC, ATW, PUSH LOCK, or MANUAL. Auto White Balance Control mode compensates for color temperature changes between 2000 K and 18000 K. Auto Tracking White Balance mode compensates for color temperature changes between 2500 K and 9500 K.
  • Page 12 COLOR COLOR GAIN COLOR GAIN sets the color saturation of the image. Select a value between −8 and 8. The default setting is 0.
  • Page 13: Day&Night Menu

    Day&Night Menu DAY&NIGHT D&N MODE Set D&N MODE to AUTO (default), COLOR, or BW. AUTO Camera automatically switches between day and night mode depending on the light level. COLOR Camera remains in day mode, regardless of the light level. Camera remains in night mode, regardless of the light level.
  • Page 14 DAY&NIGHT BW BURST Set BW BURST to ON or OFF depending on whether you want to activate a burst signal when switching to night mode. Note Some DVRs require a burst signal to detect a camera.
  • Page 15: Function Menu

    Function Menu FUNCTION MIRROR Set MIRROR to OFF, MIRROR, V-FLIP or ROTATE. The image is flipped horizontally. MIRROR The image is flipped vertically. V-FLIP The image is flipped both horizontally and vertically. ROTATE...
  • Page 16 FUNCTION SHARPNESS To adjust the image sharpness, select a value from −8 to 8. The default setting is −4. FUNCTION GAMMA To adjust the gamma level, select a value from 0.25 to 1.0. The default setting is 0.45. FUNCTION 3D DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) Digital Noise Reduction reduces the noise/distortion on the screen in night mode, allowing clear images in low light conditions.
  • Page 17: Motion Menu

    Motion Menu MOTION MOTION Set MOTION to ON or OFF. When MOTION is set to ON, an alarm notification is displayed on the screen when movement is detected in the scene. You can adjust the sensitivity of the motion detection by selecting a value for ACTIVITY THR from 0 (least sensitive) to 255 (most sensitive).
  • Page 18: Privacy Menu

    Privacy Menu PRIVACY PRIVACY MASK Set PRIVACY MASK to ON or OFF. You can create up to six privacy masks. Select ON or OFF for each mask (AREA 1 through AREA 6). The mask can be white, black, or red. Move the joystick left/right/up/down to position the privacy mask on the screen.
  • Page 19: Sync Menu

    Sync Menu SYNC SYNC Set SYNC to INT1, INT2, or LL. Select internal sync if the camera uses DC power or if line lock (LL) is not required. Select line lock to synchronize video signals when two or more cameras are using AC power in a switching system.
  • Page 20: Setup Menu

    Setup Menu SETUP PC CONTROL Note PC CONTROL is not supported. SETUP TITLE Set TITLE to ON or OFF. When TITLE is set to ON, you can edit the camera name (TITLE) and define where you want it to appear on the screen (ID POSITION). SETUP LANGUAGE Set the LANGUAGE of the on-screen display to one of the following: ENGLISH, FRANCAIS, ITALIAN, ESPANOL, or DUTCH.
  • Page 21 SETUP OMNI LENS Note OMNI LENS is not supported. SETUP FLUORESCENT (Color Rolling Reduction) For NTSC cameras only: Set FLUORESCENT to CRR2 to correct a rolling/flicker problem. SETUP DIGITAL VIDEO OUTPUT Note DIGITAL VIDEO OUTPUT is not supported.
  • Page 22: 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.
  • Page 23: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you experience any of the following issues, use this troubleshooting guide to resolve the problem. If the problem persists, contact Honeywell Systems Technical Support at the following web address: https://honeywellsystems.com/ss/techsupp/index.html. Nothing appears on the screen. • Check the power connection.
  • Page 24: Specifications

    Specifications NTSC/PAL Video Standard 1/3″ CMOS Image Sensor 690 HTVL Horizontal Resolution 0.08 lux Min. Illumination @ 50 IRE, F1.4 Auto/Color/BW Day/Night 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms Video Output 12 V DC: Internal Sync System 24 V AC: Internal or line lock 50 dB or more (AGC off) S/N Ratio Low/Mid/High/Custom...
  • Page 25 4.72″ × 3.84″ (120 mm × 97.6 mm) Dimensions (W × H) 0.66 lb (0.3 kg) Weight Housing: ABS Construction Bubble: Polycarbonate Main video: BNC (coax) Connectors Aux video: 2-pin connector for video test cable Power input: 2.1 mm power plug Operating: 14°F to 122°F (−10°C to 50°C) Temperature Storage: -4°F to 140°F (−20°C to 60°C)
  • Page 26 Document 800-13599 – Rev B – 12/2012 © 2012 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.