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									Video surveillance camera
     Installation Guide

     TV7000        TV7004

     TV7001        TV7005

     TV7002        TV7006

     TV7003        TV7007
1. Preface
Dear Customer,

Thank you for purchasing this ECOLINE digital
video surveillance camera. You made the right
decision in choosing this state-of-the-art
technology. This product complies with the
current standards of national and European
regulations. The CE has been proven and all
related certifications are available from the
manufacturer upon request.

To maintain this status and to guarantee safe
operation, it is your obligation to observe these
operating instructions!

The ECOLINE series of digital cameras
introduces a new level of high picture quality and
high resolution through the use of a 1/3” SONY
Super HAD interline transfer CCD image sensor.
The all state circuitry provides extremely long life
and a high level of reliability. The cameras use
class A microelements that are resistant to
external electromagnetic fields. They offer
cutting-edge technology for advanced video

2. Scope of delivery
ECOLINE camera (model as described)
C-mount adapter ring
Auto-iris lens connector
Operating instructions

3. Features
All cameras of the ECOLINE series have the
following functions:
a) Auto electronic shutter (AES)
b) Backlight compensation (BLC)
c) Auto gain control (AGC)
d) Connector for auto-iris lenses

Additional for colour cameras:
e) Auto white balance (AWB)
f) Digital signal processing (DSP)

4. Precautions
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
remove cover (or back) – there are no user
serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to
qualified service personnel.

Do not expose the camera to rain or
moisture, or try to operate in wet areas.
The camera is designed to be operated indoors
only. If the camera becomes wet, turn the power
off immediately and ask a qualified service
technical to check it before turning the power on
again. Moisture can damage the camera and
also create the danger of electric shock.

Clean the CCD faceplate with care. Do not
clean the CCD with strong or abrasive detergents
or touch it with your fingers. Use lens tissue or a
cotton tipped applicator and ethanol.

Never point the camera towards the
sun. Whether the camera is in use or not, never
aim the CCD at the sun or other very bright
objects (laser light). This can damage the CCD
element and create white dots on the monitor, a
sign that CCD pixels are destroyed.

Operate the camera only within the
specified temperature, power source
and humidity ratings. Using the camera
beyond the specified ranges can reduce the
service of the camera or lead to malfunction.
Greatly exceeding the ratings can cause a
sudden and lasting malfunction of the camera.
All operating ranges can be found in the
technical data. Observe the correct camera

Handle the camera with care. Do not
abuse the camera. Avoid striking, shaking, etc.
Mount the camera in a shake-free area. The
camera could be damaged by improper
handling, storage or transport.

5. Installation instructions
If you wish to use the camera for outdoor
surveillance, ensure that it is installed in an
outdoor housing. The housing needs to be
equipped with a heater. It should also protect the
camera from direct sunlight and moisture.
Unstable ambient light conditions especially can
be handled more professionally with auto-iris
lenses than with manual or fixed lenses.

The ECOLINE colour cameras are equipped with
an IR cut and cannot be used in combination
with IR illumination. Perfect colour video pictures
depend a great deal on the lighting. Please take
this into account when installing artificial light
sources. Light sources with a colour temperature
different from daylight may effect colour drifts in
colour cameras.

The cause of bad picture quality goes hand in
hand with improper cabling. Ensure professional
installation and avoid passive video distributors.
Always select the shortest distance between the
camera and the next video unit.

6. Operating controls and functions

                  8                      7

          Video         Power LED

                           1       3
                                       Video Dr.
                  Level                            6
3                          2       4
       AES            AI/MI
       OFF            BLC
                                       DC Drive


(1) Video output connector (VIDEO OUT)
This connector is for connecting the camera
video signal to the VIDEO IN of the monitor, for
example (composite signal: 1Vp-p).

(2) Lens drive level control
This allows you to adjust the aperture level of an
auto-iris lens when the lens drive signal selector
is set to DC and an auto-iris lens requiring the
DC drive signal is mounted on the camera.
Note: the lens drive level control should be
adjusted by the lens when the auto-iris lens
connected to the camera requires the video drive

(3) Automatic, manual or electronic light
control selector (AI/MI/AES)
Please select the mode according to the lens
mounted on the camera.
Fixed iris: Select auto electronic shutter (AES).
The illumination level is controlled by the camera
Manual iris: Select either AES or MI.
Auto iris (DC or Video): Select auto iris (AI).
The illumination level is controlled by the lens

(4) Backlight compensation mode
selector (BLC ON/OFF)
Select the mode according to the position of the
object and light conditions.
BLC ON: The centre of the screen is brighter
than the edges of the screen. Select this mode if
the background light is as strong as a spotlight.
BLC OFF: Select this mode if the main object is
not located in the centre of the screen and a
source of bright light is located near the centre of
the screen.

(5) Power input
Depending on the camera model, you will find
the 230V~ power cord (TV7001, TV7003,
TV7005, TV7006) or an input terminal for 12V
DC (TV7000, TV7002, TV7004, TV7008).
Connect class 2 power supply only and observe
the right polarity.
(6) Lens drive signal selector for auto-
iris lenses (VIDEO DR, DC DRIVE)
Select the mode according to the model of auto-
iris lens mounted on the camera:
VIDEO DR: Select this mode if you are using an
auto-iris lens that requires a video drive signal.
DC DRIVE: Select this mode if you are using an
auto-iris lens that requires a DC-drive signal.

(7) Auto-iris lens connector
This connector is for connecting the auto-iris lens
with a 4-pin male connector supplied as a
standard accessory with the camera. Lenses that
require a DC-drive signal mainly come with such
a connector already wired to the lens.

(8) Power status LED
This red LED is lit whenever the camera is
supplied with power. Only when the LED is lit can
a video signal be received from the VIDEO OUT
of the camera. A red lit LED does not indicate
that the camera is working without malfunction.

7. Installation
Please proceed as follows when installing the

1.   Remove the CCD protection from the
     camera by simply turning it counter-
2.   Before mounting the lens on the camera,
     ensure that the lens is a C- or CS-mount
     type. If you wish to mount a C-mount lens,
     the enclosed C-mount adapter ring (9) has
     to be mounted first on the camera. To
     change the setting of the C/CS-adjusting
     ring, loosen the fixing screw (10) first,
     change the setting and tighten it again
     afterwards. (The majority of lenses on the
     market are CS-mount lenses).




3.   Mount the lens on the camera. Do not
     forget to remove the lens cover from the
     lens. Connect the auto-iris lens connector
     to the connector (7) on the camera and
     select the correct lens drive signal (6).
4.   Connect the video cable (recommended
     cable type: RG58) to the camera and the
     following video unit. The max. cable length
     should not exceed 200 m.

5.       Power on the camera with the correct power
         supply and make sure that the red Power
         LED is lit.
6.       If there is a video picture visible on the
         monitor, you may adjust focus and zoom. If
         there is no video picture on the monitor,
         please check the following.
     •    Is the red Power LED of the camera lit?
     •    Is the monitor powered on and is the level
          of contrast and brightness set correctly?
     •    Is the camera connected properly to the
          monitor (also check the resistor settings)?
     •    Manual iris lenses: is the iris fully open?
     •    Auto-iris lenses: is the auto-iris connector
          connected to the camera and is the lens
          drive level fully up?
     •    Is the illumination where the camera is
          located sufficient for this camera model?
7.       Mount the camera and align it. Please use
         a housing also to protect the camera
         against dust. In areas that do not comply
         with the specified environment ratings, the
         camera has to be installed within a housing
         which ensures that the given environment
         ratings are observed.

8. Auto-iris connector (7)
To connect an auto-iris lens that requires a video
drive signal, the auto-iris connector is needed.
Apply this connector to the cable of the lens. The
following figure shows the correct wiring.

 Pin            Connector
                                    1        3
  1           12V DC max.
  2            Video signal
  3              Not used
  4               GND               2        4

    Camera model                    TV7000     TV7001       TV7002        TV7003      TV7004         TV7005     TV7006      TV7007
    Image sensor:                                                    1/3” SONY Super HAD CCD
    TV-lines / pixels                  420 / 291,000            600 / 438,000             380 / 291,000            470 / 438,000
    Minimum illumination (IRE30)      0.035 lx (F1.0)           0.07 lx (F1.0)             0.07 lx (F1.0)         0.138 lux (F1.0)
    Signal-to-noise ratio                                                       > 48 dB
                                                                                                                                     9. Technical data

    AES                              Equivalent to continuous variable shutter speed between 1/50s – 1/10,000s (b/w:1/100000s)
    Lens                                  DC and Video type lenses C- and CS-mount (c-mount with C-mount adaptor ring)

    Video out                                                      1Vp-p / 75 Ohms/ Composite out
    Synchronization                                                   Internal with negative sync.
    Power source                     12V-        230V~        12V-         230V~        12V-          230V~       12V-       230V~
    Power consumption               1.32W       1.98Ws      1.65Ws        2.48Ws       2.7Ws          3.2Ws      2.7Ws       3.2Ws
    Video norm                                          CCIR                                                PAL
    Dimensions / Weight                                        L: 120 x W: 65 x H: 50 mm / max. 250 g
    Ambient operating temperature                                            -10° - +50°C
    Ambient operating humidity                                    max. 90% / non condensed / IP53

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