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960H Ultra Wide Dynamic
Minidome Cameras
Configuration Guide
Document 800-20541V2 – Rev A – 06/2015



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  • Page 1 HD3UH(X)/HD4UH(X) 960H Ultra Wide Dynamic Minidome Cameras HD3UH HD3UHX HD4UH HD4UHX Configuration Guide Document 800-20541V2 – Rev A – 06/2015...
  • Page 2 Revisions Issue Date Revisions 06/2015 Updated from 800-20541. Corrected some Specifications, including temperatures, minimum illumination, AES range, power consumption, and construction materials. V2 Rev 06/2015 Updated from 800-20541V1. Corrected storage and operating temperatures. Added digital zoom and horizontal angle of view specifications. Removed Ext LED Setting and Smart IR Setting sections.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ......5 OSD Menu ........6 Programming the Camera .
  • Page 4 Motion Menu ........19 Enabling Motion Detection ......20 Privacy Menu .
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction This document provides instructions for configuring the 960H Ultra Wide Dynamic HD3UH(X)/HD4UH(X) minidome camera settings. These instructions are intended for system installers, administrators, and operators. For information about installing the camera, refer to the appropriate Quick Installation Guide for your camera.
  • Page 6: Osd Menu

    OSD Menu The camera has the following OSD menu structure:...
  • Page 7: Programming The Camera

    Programming the Camera The camera is programmed using the on-screen display (OSD) menus. You can connect a portable monitor during installation using the supplied adapter cable. To show the OSD main menu, press the OSD controller joystick located on the camera control board. Move the joystick up or down to navigate through the menu options.
  • Page 8 DC Lens INDOOR/OUTDOOR: Select for the appropriate lighting condition. BRIGHTNESS: Select according to the brightness of the surroundings. SHUTTER: Select AUTO, MANUAL SHUTTER, or FLC. AUTO Set to 1/60 (1/50) MANUAL SHUTTER Select from 1/60 (1/50) to 1/60000. Flickerless. Select if the camera image has some flickering. FOCUS ADJUST When ON, the default level is set automatically by the...
  • Page 9: Manual Lens

    Manual Lens INDOOR/OUTDOOR: Select for the appropriate lighting condition. BRIGHTNESS: Select according to the brightness of the surroundings. SHUTTER: Select AUTO, MANUAL SHUTTER, or FLC. AUTO Set to 1/60 (1/50) MANUAL SHUTTER Select from 1/60 (1/50) to 1/60000. Flickerless. Select if the camera image has some flickering. FOCUS ADJUST When ON, the default level is set automatically by the...
  • Page 10: Exposure Backlight Settings

    Exposure Backlight Settings Select HME, BLC or WDR. Press the OSD controller joystick to select and set the various parameters. HME Backlight HME (Highlight Mask Exposure) allows objects to appear clearly by masking the extremely bright areas on the screen. Select HME from the BACKLIGHT setting to turn on HME.
  • Page 11 Set BLC to ON or OFF. When BLC is ON, adjust H-POS, V-POS, H-SIZE, and V-SIZE as desired. These settings adjust the position and size of the BLC zone (gray rectangle). zone WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) Backlight Set the WEIGHT for the WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) level from LOW, MIDDLE or HIGH (default).
  • Page 12: Drc (Dynamic Range Compressor) Setting

    DRC (Dynamic Range Compressor) Setting DRC enables dark areas in an image to be more visible without overexposing the bright areas of the image. Set DRC to OFF, LOW, MIDDLE, or HIGH. Note If WDR and/or DEFOG are enabled, the DRC settings are automatically enabled and cannot be adjusted.
  • Page 13: Agc (Auto Gain Control) Setting

    MODE AUTO: Select to have DEFOG turn on automatically when needed. MANUAL: Select to have DEFOG turn on manually. LEVEL Select the DEFOG level from LOW, MIDDLE, or HIGH. AGC (Auto Gain Control) Setting Set AGC from 0 to 20 (default is 20). A high AGC setting produces a brighter image in low light but also produces more noise.
  • Page 14: 3D Dnr (Digital Noise Reduction) Setting

    3D DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) Setting Digital Noise Reduction reduces the noise/ distortion on the screen in night mode, allowing clear images in low-light conditions. Set 3D DNR to OFF, LOW, MIDDLE, or HIGH. The default setting is HIGH. Color Menu White Balance Setting Set WHITE BAL to AWB, ATW, PUSH, or MANUAL to set the White Balance mode.
  • Page 15 ATW White Balance AWB White Balance Manual White Balance Push White Balance Setting Color Gain...
  • Page 16: Day&Night Menu

    Day&Night Menu D&N Mode Set D&N MODE to AUTO (default), COLOR, or B&W. AUTO Camera automatically switches between day and night mode depending on the light level. COLOR Camera remains in day mode (color mode), regardless of the light level. B&W Camera remains in night mode (black &...
  • Page 17: Delay Setting

    AUTO Control Setting When AUTO is selected, the Day/Night switching is based on the AGC levels. AGC THRES. Set when the camera switches between Day and Night. AGC MARGIN Set the value that is added to the AGC Threshold. Adjust this value based on the environment where the camera is being used.
  • Page 18: Function Menu

    Function Menu Sharpness Setting To adjust the image SHARPNESS, select a value from 0 to 20. The default setting is 5. The higher the SHARPNESS value, the sharper the image. Gamma Setting To adjust the GAMMA level, select a value from 0.45 to 0.64.
  • Page 19: Mirror And Flip Settings

    Mirror and Flip Settings MIRROR and FLIP can both be set to either ON or OFF. MIRROR reflects the camera image on its horizontal axis, and FLIP reflects the camera image on its vertical axis. There are 4 different possible images when selecting MIRROR/FLIP to ON/OFF: MIRROR OFF/FLIP OFF MIRROR ON/FLIP OFF...
  • Page 20: Enabling Motion Detection

    Enabling Motion Detection 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 entering the DET SETTINGS submenu. Use the options in the MOTION submenu to configure up to 4 motion detection zones.
  • Page 21 Detection Settings Use the DET SETTING submenu to adjust the detection sensitivity and other settings. SENSITIVITY Sets the sensitivity of the motion detection. When SENSITIVITY is set to a higher value, smaller amounts of motion will be detected. OBJ. KEEP LV Set the dwell time for how long motion is detected.
  • Page 22 Quick Zoom Motion Option The camera can be set to automatically digitally zoom in when motion is detected. Select  QUICK ZOOM ON in the MOTION menu to open the QUICK ZOOM submenu. Note Motion must be enabled to make the Quick Zoom option available. MOVING Sets the camera’s movement speed.
  • Page 23: Privacy Menu

    Privacy Menu The Privacy menu allows you to hide sensitive parts of the screen with a privacy mask to block any intrusive monitoring. Up to 16 separate privacy mask zones can be set. Setting a Privacy Mask Before setting up a privacy mask, make sure to select the mask number (ZONE NUM.) of the mask that you want to create or edit.
  • Page 24: Setup Menu

    Setup Menu Communication Settings Use the Communications submenu to adjust the camera’s ID and Baudrate. CAM ID Sets the Camera ID from 0 to 255. BAUDRATE Sets the Baudrate for the camera. Default is 9600 BPS. Options are 2400, 4800, 9600, 57600, and 115200 BPS.
  • Page 25: Language Setting

    Language Setting Set the LANGUAGE of the on-screen display to one of the following: ENG (English; default language), CHN (Chinese), CHN(S) (simplified Chinese), JPN (Japanese), or KOR (Korean). Special Mode Settings The SPECIAL submenu can be used to detect defected or dead pixels, set the TV mode, and select the Optical Low Pass Filter (OLPF) to use.
  • Page 26: Initial Setting (Default Settings)

    Initial Setting (Default Settings) Resets the camera to its factory default settings. Exit Menu SAVE&EXIT Exits the OSD after saving the current settings. EXIT (Without Saving) Exit the OSD without saving the setting changes.
  • Page 27: 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: Nothing appears on the screen. • Check the power connection.
  • Page 28: Specifications

    1/50 to 1/60,000 s Sense-Up ×2 to ×32 Lens Type 2.8–12 mm, VFAI Digital Zoom 1x to 8x HD3UH 85.0° at wide end; 30.7° at tele end Horizontal Angle of View HD4UH 81.8° at wide end; 29.8° at tele end Gamma 0.45...
  • Page 29 Input Voltage 12 V DC/24 V AC Input Voltage Range 11–16 V DC, 17–28 V AC HD3UH(X) 2.5 W (12 V DC max); 3.0 W (24 V AC max) Power Consumption HD4UH(X) 9.0 W (12 V DC); 11.5 W (24 V AC), with heater on HD3UH(X) 4.72″...
  • Page 30 Document 800-20541V2 – Rev A – 06/2015 © 2015 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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