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    Technical specification CCD CAMERA Pick-up dev ice 1/3" (Solid state CCD) No. of pictur e elements (H) x (V) 512 x 492 (EIA) 512 x 582 (CCIR) Horizontal resol ution > 380 TVL Light sensitiv ity 0.5 ~ 30000 lux Spectral sensitiv ity range 400 ~ 1000 nm Signal to noise ratio >4 8d B Output A/V RJ 11 E modular 'telephone' socket B[...]

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    Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) This equipment complies wit h European rul es for EMC according to EN55013, EN55020 and EN50 082-1. Operation is subject to the following two condit ions: 1 This device may not cause harmful interfer ence. 2 This device must accept any interference recei ved, incl uding interfe rence that may cause undesired ope[...]

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    Observation Camera Introduction Your new CCD camera is develope d for use with a special observation system monitor . It features a sensiti ve microphone thus regist ering bot h images and sound via the monit or, as well as input contacts for connecting exter nal alarm devices . Installation Warning: " Dis connect the monitor from the mai ns s[...]

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    Alarm inputs The camera has a thre e-pole ter minal block (fig. A-13) for connecting alarm sensor s, such as doorcont acts. For normally open (N.O.) sensor s, connect to contact s N.O.. For normal ly close d (N.C.) sensor s, connect to contacts N.C.. Position First you need to determine where the camera is to be installed. The best results are obta[...]

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    Protective cover For outdoor use a protective cover (fig. A-10) (optional) has to be use d to protect the camera from rain and snow. System connection Connect the syst em cable to the output of the camera (fig. A-12) . The lens Caution: Do not touch the glass of the lens. This could damage the deli cate coating on its surface. If the lens has to be[...]

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    Tips for maintenance Cleaning The outside of the camera can be cleaned with a moist flu ff-free cloth or a shammy leather cloth. When cleaning the ob jective a special lens cleaning cloth should be used. Do NOT use clea ning fluids based on alcohol , methylate d spiri t, ammonia, etc.. Avoid dir ect contact with water. g 5[...]