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CaseStudy

On the crest of a wave

With 1.7million sq ft of space spread across nine warehouses throughout the UK, the largest of its facilities are situated in Milton Keynes and Northampton. NWLs distribution centres provide a fully integrated logistics service with high security bonded storage facilities for a host of top brand customers across a broad range of household names, including Blockbuster, Casio, EPSON, GlaxoSmithKline, Jenks, OlivettiLexikon, Philips, Pioneer, Sanyo and Yamaha-Kemble. Integrated security from the outset Following NWLs recent expansion into three individual warehouses at Grange Park, a green-field development located beside the M1 in Northampton, NWLs Security Manager, Howard Smith, decided to implement an integrated security plan that would reveal a level of planning and detail right down to the specific operational requirements of each installed camera. Securing high-value stock within a warehousing and distribution environment calls for examination of all the key security and site management factors that could affect the smooth operation of the business, explained Howard. At the highest level, we clearly need to secure access to the sites, to prevent unauthorised intrusion. To do this, we have to secure the box. By this, I mean making watertight the sites perimeters, entry and exit points, and internal areas. The requirement
Established in 1991 by the $10 billion global logistics conglomerate NYK, New Wave Logistics (UK) Ltd (NWL), is part of a network of modern, high-tech warehousing facilities spread throughout Europe. The rapidly expanding company was set-up to service the storage and distribution requirements of clients with high value, or specialised products. In addition to its quality warehousing and distribution operation, NWL offers its customers an extensive range of value added services that enable it to supply specialist solutions, fashioned to suit the individual requirements of its customers. This comprehensive portfolio of support services includes high-security warehousing, next day delivery and complete logistics and supply chain management.
to monitor warehouse stock and the distribution process itself is divided into different scenarios and these address issues such as the possible theft of stock internally. To support claims of variation on a delivery into us, or distribution out from the warehouse, we also need to secure video footage of the precise nature of incoming and outgoing stock. The quality of this video information needs to be extremely high in order for us to be able to effectively evaluate the precise quantity of stock and its condition in any particular distribution movement, perhaps as evidence to confirm a customer query or an insurance claim. In-depth planning and consultation Having previously supplied surveillance systems to existing NWL warehouses at Tilbrook and Rooksley in Milton Keynes, Howards experience of working with Panasonic Premier Installer, OCS Security Services, led him to ask the company to assist him with the specification and design of a fully integrated security system that would provide the secure solution he was looking to deploy. When you are committing a company resource of over 1/2 million over two years, you need to be confident in your choice of business partner. The level of knowledge and experience displayed by OCS in their ability to provide us with practical, cost-effective solutions is reflected in their Panasonic Premier Installer status. Their accreditation means that their engineers, surveyors and installation managers attend compulsory regular training for technical support and service, and the benefit to NWL has been delivered in the product advice we have been able to obtain. This level of technical support has given us peace of mind and, together with the Panasonic CCTV products we have opted for, a reliable and high-quality branded product solution. Initially, Howard met with Roger Noakes, from OCS, to conceive and evaluate potential solutions for NWL at Grange Park. We discussed every security and management scenario NWL faced and audited the degree of threat each situation posed, explained Roger. NWLs sites operate 24-hours a day, so we needed to provide them with a solution that would cater for this, getting the balance of security equipment and level of integration absolutely right, whilst allowing the daily business activity to flow smoothly. Overall, the OCS solution supplied to NWL integrates the CCTV, access control and intruder alarm systems to provide an extremely high-level of protection. OCS Security Services provides dedicated project managers for its customers and Steve Hodges who is responsible for the NWL contract oversees all technical aspects from the point of sale through installation to commissioning and training. Effective product solution Although each warehouse at Grange Park features a standalone security system, fibre-optic links to the sites main control room enables 24hour monitoring for all three facilities plus other remote sites via the NWL network. At the central control room, all security sub-systems are

A 450-bay car park demands the most rigorous and tamper-proof surveillance solution.
controlled from within a purpose built operational environment designed by OCS, to maximise the potential of the systems. Utilising a Panasonic WJ-SX550 camera switching matrix and WV-CU550 controller, operators can readily select any of the sites 110 Panasonic colour cameras, to secure highresolution surveillance of the sites main entry and exit roads, microphonic alarmed perimeter fencing, 50 loading bays, 450 car parking spaces and internal warehousing areas. A mix of Panasonic WV-CS854 colour/mono dome cameras, or static cameras are used to provide surveillance coverage of the packaging and loading bay door areas. A different type of camera was needed at the loading doors where natural back-light can be a problem. Highly contrasting light conditions mean that the background can white-out and foreground details appear as a silhouette. This often makes the identification of equipment or a person difficult for ordinary CCTV cameras to resolve. OCS specified Panasonic WV-CP474 Super DII cameras, which are specially designed for these type of lighting conditions and have the ability to give a clear picture, full of essential detail.
NWLs main control room allows 24-hour surveillance of all facilities plus other remote sites connected via the NWL network.
To log the passage of NWLs own fleet of 250 lorries, along with other visiting delivery trucks, the busy Grange Park warehousing complex uses Panasonic WV-CL834 480-line resolution colour cameras to capture crystal clear images of vehicles, their drivers and their registration number plates. The systems 2.8 Terabyte digital recording system is programmed to meet the security risk assessment needs of each individual camera and its particular area of surveillance coverage. This intelligent use of the digital recording media helps to make the most of the systems valuable digital storage capacity, maximising system performance and hence reducing the amount of media storage required, which in turn leads to a welcome reduction in capital outlay.

When you are committing a company resource of over 1/2 million over two years, you need to be confident in your choice of business partner.
As with the systems CCTV cameras in the warehouses, differing categories of stock have also been risk assessed and allocated differing levels of security risk. For instance, in the wines and spirits section, where individual stock items are more accessible and therefore perceived as more vulnerable, zoned areas are guarded by the additional use of cameras linked to dual tech motion detectors. On activation of a zone sensor, a triggered alarm activation is sent to the systems recording equipment to initiate an instant start-up recording, or switch a time-lapse recording mode into a more useful real-time mode. This degree of system planning and detail pays real security and site management dividends, and is the result of the work put into consultation with the installation company, to create a thorough site security audit and specific threat analysis. Specified to meet with the needs of the local police force, any incidents can be downloaded to CD ROM, if required the high-quality digital video footage can also be downloaded on to more traditional recording media such as VHS tape. Security management provides the answer As part of NWLs warehousing and distribution service to its customers, the deployment of effective site security and management is paramount. But these systems also play a major role in attracting new business. In what is a very competitive market place, NWL are able to show prospective new customers that, not only can they deliver a quality storage and distribution service, but also provide a full audit
A mixture of static cameras and colour/mono dome models keep watch over NWL (UK).
trail of operational activity via the amalgam of computer tracking and CCTV surveillance to keep the customers products secure. Another operational benefit of running the highly effective security system is to keep a check on the ongoing insurance premiums. Again, a factor which if not for the depth of security measures taken would undoubtedly lead to an increase in operational costs for NWL. With this in mind, the capability of the Panasonic based system even allows CCTV video footage of an incident to be e-mailed directly to an insurance company, to aid the fast track resolution of any claims. NWLs security systems can be described as being in a constant state of development, says Howard, with additions and restructuring being undertaken on an ongoing basis to meet our evolving security and business needs. As we speak, OCS is installing a Panasonic AV20 Codec unit to enable us to monitor cameras at our Milton Keynes site, from our control room. The Grange Park project is the result of a great working partnership between the installer and client and their ability to provide us with in-depth product and technical support has meant that they have delivered a high level of security and safety for our premises, stock and personnel alike.

Premier Integrator

The PPI scheme has been developed to create loyalty between Panasonic and the integrators who are willing to go that extra mile. As the scheme has developed and evolved it has generated a benchmark standard for CCTV installers across the UK & Europe. Find out more at: www.premierintegrator.eu

Equipment List:

Cameras Panasonic WV-CW864 External Domes Panasonic WV-CS854 Super Dynamic II Mini Domes Panasonic WV-CP474 Super Dynamic IIs Panasonic WV-CP464 DSP Panasonic WV-CL834 Monitors Panasonic WV-CM1480 Hardware Panasonic Matrix System 550 (camera switching matrix) Panasonic WV-CU550 System Controller Panasonic WJ-AV20 Video Codec Panasonic WJ-FS416
Contact PPi: Mr Roger Noakes OCS Ltd (Bristol, UK) Tel: Email: roger.noakes@ocs.co.uk
Panasonic System Solutions Europe Tel: +44 (0)940 Email: system.solutions@eu.panasonic.com Web: pss.pansonic.eu

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WV-CP480

Color CCTV Camera

Operating Instructions

WV-CP484 (Lens: Option)

Model Nos.

WV-CP480 WV-CP484
Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.

N1104-4075

3TR003296EAA

Printed in Japan

CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
Caution: Before attempting to operate this product, please read the label on the surface of the unit. This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

For U.S.A

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.

SA 1965

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. Power disconnection. Unit with or without ON-OFF switches have power supplied to the unit whenever the power cord is inserted into the power source; however, the unit is operational only when the ON-OFF switch is in the ON position. The power cord is the main power disconnect for all units.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, (example - use only shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral devices). Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate this equipment.

SA 1966

The serial number of this product may be found on the surface of the unit. You should note the serial number of this unit in the space provided and retain this instruction as a permanent record of your purchase to aid identification in the event of theft. Model No. Serial No.
WARNING: To prevent fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

IN NO EVENT SHALL MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD. BE LIABLE TO ANY PARTY OR ANY PERSON, EXCEPT FOR REPLACEMENT OR REASONABLE MAINTENANCE OF THE PRODUCT, FOR THE CASES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO BELOW: (1) ANY DAMAGE AND LOSS, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, DIRECT OR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THE PRODUCT; (2) PERSONAL INJURY OR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY INAPPROPRIATE USE OR NEGLIGENT OPERATION OF THE USER; (3) UNAUTHORIZED DISASSEMBLY, REPAIR OR MODIFICATION OF THE PRODUCT BY THE USER; (4) INCONVENIENCE OR ANY LOSS ARISING WHEN IMAGES ARE NOT DISPLAYED, DUE TO ANY REASON OR CAUSE INCLUDING ANY FAILURE OR PROBLEM OF THE PRODUCT; (5) ANY PROBLEM, CONSEQUENTIAL INCONVENIENCE, OR LOSS OR DAMAGE, ARISING OUT OF THE SYSTEM COMBINED BY THE DEVICES OF A THIRD PARTY; (6) ANY CLAIM OR ACTION FOR DAMAGES, BROUGHT BY ANY PERSON OR ORGANIZATION BEING PHOTOGENIC SUBJECT, DUE TO VIOLATION OF PRIVACY WITH THE RESULT OF THAT SURVEILLANCE-CAMERAS PICTURE, INCLUDING SAVED DATA, FOR SOME REASON, THAT BECOMES PUBLIC OR IS USED FOR THE PURPOSE OTHER THAN SURVEILLANCE;

PRECAUTIONS

1. Do not attempt to disassemble the camera. To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or covers. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Ask qualified service personnel for servicing. 2. Handle the camera with care. Do not abuse the camera. Avoid striking, shaking, etc. The camera could be damaged by improper handling or storage. 3. The installation should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers. 4. Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when cleaning the camera body. Use a dry cloth to clean the camera when dirty. When the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild detergent and wipe gently. Then wipe off the remaining detergent with a dry cloth. 5. Clean the CCD faceplate with care. Do not clean the CCD with strong or abrasive detergents. Use lens tissue or a cotton tipped applicator and ethanol. 6. Never face the camera towards the sun. Do not aim the camera at bright objects. Whether the camera is in use or not, never aim it at the sun or other extremely bright objects. Otherwise, blooming or smears may be caused. 7. Do not operate the camera beyond the specified temperature, humidity or power source ratings. Use the camera at temperatures within 10 C to +50 C {14 F - 122 F}, and humidity below 90 %. The input power source is 120 V AC 60 Hz for WV-CP480 and 24 V AC 60 Hz/12 V DC for WV-CP484. 8. Avoid connections during a lightning storm. Otherwise, an electric shock may be caused.

FEATURES

Panasonics WV-CP480 series cameras introduce a new level of high picture quality by use of Super-Dynamic 1/3 inch CCD and digital signal processing LSIs. Super Dynamic: 128x with zone-free brightness detection High sensitivity: 0.08 lx in B/W mode, 0.6 lx in color mode (F1.4 Sens-up OFF) High resolution: 540 TV lines typical, 520 TV lines minimum Sensitivity enhancement: Up to 10x AUTO/32x FIX Synchronization: VD2/ LINE-LOCK/VBS/VS/INTERNAL Auto-Back-Focus (flange back adjustment): 1-push adjustment (local/remote), manual adjustment (local/remote), automatic adjustment at BW/CL transition Light control: ALC (DC/Video), ELC Terminals: Alarm output, Day/night sensor input Miscellaneous: Privacy zone setting, Video motion detection, etc.
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS

<WV-CP480> w e

120VAC 60Hz

GEN-LOCK VIDEO OUT POWER

Protection screw for transportation

ALARM DAY/ NIGHT

GND OUT GND IN

r ty u

<WV-CP484> !0 !1
Hi-Z (UP) G /L75 NEAR ABF/MENU (SET)

FAR (RIGHT)

(LEFT)

e w ty

VIDEO OUT
(UP) NEAR ABF/MENU (LEFT) (SET) FAR (RIGHT) (DOWN)

r q u o

(DOWN)

GEN-LOCK

Hi-Z G /L75
1 - 2 - DC12V IN 1 - 2 - AC24V IN GND
The side panel is provided for the WV-CP480 only. Slide the panel to the left until it locks.
q AC Inlet (120 V AC 60 Hz) <WV-CP480 only> Is connected by the supplied power cord. q Power Input Terminal (DC 12 V IN, AC 24 V IN, GND) <WV-CP484 only> Receives 24 V AC or 12 V DC from the power supply. w Gen-lock Input Connector (GEN-LOCK) Receives sync source signal from an external device. e Video Output Connector (VIDEO OUT) Supplies the video output to the system devices. r Power Indicator (POWER) Is lit when the power is supplied. t Alarm Output Terminal (ALARM OUT/GND) Supplies the alarm output signal to the alarm input connector of an external device when the camera detects motion. (Open collector output: 16 V DC, 100 mA max).

y Day/Night Input Terminal (DAY/NIGHT IN/GND) Is connected to an external sensor to receive day/night detection signals. u Camera Mounting Adapter Is used to mount the camera onto a bracket. i Auto Iris Lens Connector Is connected by the auto iris lens connector (4-pin male). o Gen-lock Termination Switch (HI-Z G/L 75) Is used to terminate the line with a 75 when the camera is at the line end. !0 Set Button ((SET) ABF/MENU) Adjusts the back focus by pressing this button while displaying camera pictures (ABF: Automatic Back Focus). Refer to ABOUT SETUP MENUS for setup operations. !1 Direction Buttons ((LEFT) NEAR, (RIGHT) FAR, (UP), (DOWN)) In the back-focus adjustment, the LEFT and RIGHT buttons are used for manual adjustment. Refer to ABOUT SETUP MENUS for setup operations.

INSTALLATION

Cautions: 1. The installation should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers. 2. The connections should comply with the National Electrical Code (NEC 725-51). 3. ONLY CONNECT THIS TO A 24 V AC CLASS 2 POWER SUPPLY. Be sure to connect the grounding lead to the GND terminal. (for WV-CP484) 4. To prevent fire or electric shock hazard, use a UL listed cable (VW-1, style 1007) for the Input Terminal. (for WV-CP484) 5. Do not use a transformer larger than 10 VA. (for WV-CP484)

I Connections

Notes: Before connecting the power cables, be sure to remove the protection screw for transportation. Otherwise, the camera can be damaged. Firmly connect the power cord. When the camera is mounted on a pan/tilt table, the power cord should be long enough. Otherwise, it may be unplugged from the camera.
Connection of 120 V AC 60 Hz to WV-CP480
Plug the supplied power cord to the AC inlet of the camera.

120 V AC 60 Hz

120 V AC 60Hz
Connection of 12 V DC/24 V AC 60 Hz to WV-CP484
12 V DC Use the formula below to calculate the power cable and power supply. The voltage supplied to the power terminals of the camera should be within 10.8 V DC and 16 V DC. 10.8 V DC VA 2(R x I x L) 16 V DC L : Cable length (m) R : Resistance of copper wire (/m) VA : DC output voltage of power supply unit I : DC current consumption (A). See specifications. Resistance of copper wire [at 20 C {68 F}]
Copper wire size (AWG) Resistance /m Resistance /ft #24 (0.22 mm2) 0.078 0.026
- DC 12V IN - AC 24V IN GND

+ 12 V DC

#22 (0.33 mm2) 0.050 0.017
#20 (0.52 mm2) 0.03 0.010
#18 (0.83 mm2) 0.018 0.006
24 V AC The recommended cable length and thickness are shown in the table for reference. The voltage supplied to the power terminals of the camera should be within 19.5 V AC and 28 V AC.
Copper wire size (AWG) Length (m) Length (ft) #24 (0.22 mm2) 20 65
24 V AC #20 (0.52 mm2) #18 (0.83 mm2) 75 260

#22 (0.33 mm2) 30 100

Video Cable Connections
GEN-LOCK Input Connect an external sync source to the GEN-LOCK input connector. When looping through, use a branch connector (not supplied). Set the termination switch to 75 when the camera is at the line end, or set it to HI-Z in other cases.
BNC BNC From Sync Source (VBS/VS) To Video IN (CAMERA IN)
VIDEO OUT Connect the video output connector to the monitor or other system device with the procured coaxial cable. The maximum extensible length is shown in the table.
Type of coaxial cable Recommended maximum cable length

(m) (ft)

RG-59/U (3C-2V) 250 825

RG-6/U (5C-2V) 650

RG-11/U RG-15/U (7C-2V) (10C-2V) 2 640
External Terminal Connections
ALARM OUT Connect an external device such as a buzzer, recorder, etc. Specifications are: open collector output: 16 V DC, 100 mA max. OFF: High, inactive ON: Low, active DAY/NIGHT IN Connect an external device such as an optical sensor. Specifications are: pulled-up input: 5 V DC, 2 mA min. OFF: Open contact, inactive ON: Closed contact, active Notes: To validate the sensor inputs, select EXT for BW on the BW MODE menu. Use a relay unit if the voltage or current of the connected device exceeds the ratings.
Recorder, Buzzer, etc. Optical sensor
Recommended Wire AWG 22 - 28, single or stranded wire

9 - 10 mm {3/8"}

Caution for Mounting the Lens
Follow the directions shown in the figure for the protrusion between a lens and the camera body. This camera has a mount for use with the CS-mount lens shipped from the factory. A lens less than 450 g {0.99 lbs} can be mounted on the camera. If the lens is heavier, both the lens and camera should be secured by the supporter.
Not larger than 20 mm {13/16"} C-mount: Less than 13 mm {1/2"} CS-mount: Less than 8 mm {5/16"}

Mounting the Lens

1. Mount the lens. 2. Connect the lens cable to the auto iris connector on the side of the camera.

Lens Mount

Mounting the Camera
Mounting from the Top Remove the mount adapter from the bottom of the camera by removing the two fixing screws. Attach the mount adapter to the top as shown in the figure, then mount the camera on the mounting bracket. Caution: Be sure to use two original fixing screws for the mount adapter. Longer screws may damage the inner components. Or shorter screws may cause the camera to fall down.
Fixing Screws Mount Adapter
Flange-back (Back-focus) Adjustment
Before adjustment, read the Hints column below. This adjustment is available only if SETUP-SW LOCK is set to OFF in the BACK-FOCUS SETUP menu. 1. Aim the camera at the targeting objects and if applicable adjust the zoom angle. 2. Press the SET button. A bar graph with "I" cursor and INDICATOR (4-digit number) will be overlaid on the camera picture. Back focus will be automatically adjusted. 3. If needed, perform manual adjustment using the L and R buttons to obtain the best focus NEAR FAR on the targeted object while observing the.I.. picture. See INDICATOR for reference. INDICATOR 9999 The bar graph will disappear if no operation is performed for around 10 seconds. This adjustment can be also performed on the setup menu. Refer to 16. Back-focus Setting for details. Important: Do not use the ABF function for continuous or repetitive purposes (ex. autofocus etc.). This function is to be used to correct defocus caused by switching between color and black - and - white when/after installing the camera.
Before Back-focus Adjustment Adjustment procedures vary depending on the lens. Refer to the instructions included with the lens. Reset the back-focus by pressing the L and R buttons simultaneously on the camera, and adjust the back-focus. Move the lens focus to the FAR-end when using a fixed-focal lens (lens focus adjustable type), and adjust the back-focus. For Adjusting the Focus It is recommended that you lower the lighting for the object to be as dim as possible when adjusting the focus with an auto iris lens. This will make the iris open and will result in an accurate focus even though the lighting conditions vary. This may be slightly different from the best focus point in a specific lighting condition. Compared with cases under visible lights, using near-infrared lights may somewhat deviate the focus. It is recommended that you select AUTO or PRESET for C/L B/W in the BACK-FOCUS SETUP menu to obtain a proper focus for each of visible and near-infrared lights. For Using General Vari-focal Lenses 1. Aim at the objects 10 meters away or more to adjust the back-focus. 2. For 8x and 10x class lenses, set the zoom to the WIDE-end and the focus to the FAR-end, and then adjust the back focus. 3. For 2x and 3x class lenses, set the zoom to the TELE-end and the focus to the FARend, and then adjust the back focus. 4. Aim the camera at the targeted objects to place them in the center then coarsely adjust the zoom angle and the focus of the lens. Finally, perform adjustment of the back-focus in either ways of using ABF (automatically) or MANUAL-ADJ (manually). Note: There may be lenses having an extended range in lens focus adjustment, except Panasonic lenses. When using such a lens, set the lens focus back appropriately from the applicable end position in the above step 2 and 3 depending on the lens, and then perform back-focus adjustment. The back-focus will not be properly adjusted if the lens focus is positioned into the extended range.

SETUP DISABLE SETUP ENABLE
When closing the menu, the changed settings will be stored in the memory of the camera and will remain until the settings are overwritten by new ones. Use a system controller to operate setup menus after installation as necessary. Almost all operations will be available unless otherwise mentioned.

Top Menu and Sub Menus

The following menus will be displayed in the language selected on the LANGUAGE SETUP menu. There are four sub menus selectable on the top menu: CAMERA SETUP (2 pages), BACKFOCUS SETUP, SPECIAL SETUP, and LANGUAGE SETUP. On these menus, select a setup item followed by "" and press the SET button to open more sub menus.
MODEL WV-CP480 SERIES CAMERA BACK-FOCUS SPECIAL LANGUAGE

SETUP ENABLE

**CAMERA SETUP** 1/2 CAMERA ID OFF ALC/ELC ALC SHUTTER OFF AGC ON(HIGH) SENS UP OFF SYNC INT WHITE BAL ATW1 MOTION DET OFF DNR HIGH RESOLUTION HIGH BW MODE
**CAMERA SETUP** 2/2 PRIVACY ZONE OFF MIRROR OFF LENS-DRIVE DC STABILIZER OFF

RET TOP END

**BACK-FOCUS SETUP** PUSH SW ABF MANUAL-ADJ AUTO C/L B/W SETUP-SW LOCK OFF NEAR FAR.I.. INDICATOR 9999 RET TOP END
**SPECIAL SETUP** CHROMA GAIN..I. AP GAIN.I.. PEDESTAL..I. HUE.I. + PIX OFF COMMUNICATION COAX CAMERA RESET PUSH SW SER.NO. XXXXXXXX RET TOP END
**LANGUAGE SETUP** LANGUAGE ENGLISH

SET RET TOP END

SETTING PROCEDURES
First, select a language for menu display and camera ID display.
Language Setup (LANGUAGE SETUP)
1. Select LANGUAGE on the top menu and press SET. The LANGUAGE SETUP menu opens. 2. Select a language. The default setting is English. Available languages: ENGLISH, FRANAIS, DEUTSCH, ESPAOL, ITALIANO, , JAPANESE, CHINESE 3. Select SET on the menu and press the SET button.
1. Camera Identification Setting (CAMERA ID)
Assign a name to the camera using up to 16 characters to display it overlaying on the camera picture in the selected position. Note: If you change the language selection after the assignment of camera ID, it will be erased. 1. On the CAMERA SETUP menu, select ON or OFF for CAMERA ID and press SET. ON: Displays entered camera ID. OFF: Does not display the ID. The CAMERA ID menu opens. 2. Select a character from the character area and press SET. The selected characters are displayed in the editing area. 3. Repeat these procedures until all characters are entered. To enter a blank space, select SPACE and press SET. To replace a specific character in the editing area: 1. Move the cursor to the editing area and then move the pointer to the character to be replaced pressing the L and R buttons. 2. Move the cursor to a candidate character in the character area and press SET. To erase all characters of the camera ID, select RESET and press SET. Note: For Chinese language, up to 8 characters can be entered.

Character Cursor CAMERA ID 0123456789 ABCDEFGHIJKLM NOPQRSTUVWXYZ ().,'":;&#!?= +-*/%$ SPACE POSI RET TOP END RESET.

Character Area

Command Editing Area Pointer

Highlighted

4 To specify the ID display position: 1. Select POSI and press SET. The entered camera ID will be highlighted on the screen. 2. Move it into the appropriate position and press SET. The position is determined and the screen will return to the CAMERA ID menu. Note: Keep pressing any of L/R/U/D for a second or more to move the camera ID faster as necessary.
2. Light Control Mode Setting (ALC/ELC)
Select a light control mode depending on the lens type mounted. The default setting is ALC. ALC: Is applicable to the auto iris lens. SUPER-D3 is available with this selection. ELC: Is applicable to the fixed or manual iris lens. Cautions: 1. Under bright lighting conditions such as outdoors, use an ALC lens because the ELC control range is not wide enough under these conditions. 2. Use an ALC type lens if the following phenomena occur: Strong smear and/or blooming on highlighted objects such as a spotlight or sunlight from windows. Noticeable flicker in the picture and/or color rendition variations. 3. If ELC is selected, SUPER-D3 and SHUTTER are not available and the white balance mode is automatically set to ATW1 or ATW2 previously set. 4. If ELC is selected and a fixed iris lens is used, the focal depth becomes shallower than with the use of an ALC lens. Therefore, the range of focus-to-object distance becomes narrower.
2-1. ALC Mode with SUPER-D3 ON
Super Dynamic 3 Function (SUPER-D3) In the SUPER-D3 mode, more photometric weight is given to the center of the screen than to the edge where a bright backlight would most likely be located.

SUPER-D3 ON SUPER-D3 OFF

Nighttime

Daytime

SUPER-D3 ON: Enables SUPER-D3 to compensate backlight automatically. SUPER-D3 OFF: Enables manual setting to compensate backlight. Notes: When set to ON, the available parameters for SHUTTER and SENS-UP will be limited as shown on the next page. Set SUPER-D3 to OFF when noise in a bright portion, flickerings, or color deterioration are observed. 1. Select ALC for ALC/ELC on the CAM SETUP menu and press SET. The ALC CONT menu opens. 2. Select ON for SUPER-D3. 3. Adjust the video output level (LEVEL) by moving the "I" cursor. It may be better to adjust LEVEL slightly higher.

**ALC CONT** BACK LIGHT COMP SUPER-D3 ON
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2-2. ALC Mode with SUPER-D3 OFF and ELC Mode
1. Select ELC for ALC/ELC on the CAMERA SETUP menu or select OFF for SUPER-D3 on the ALC CONT menu. MASK SET appears on each of the ELC CONT and ALC CONT menu. 2. Select MASK SET and press SET. The 48 mask areas appear overlaid on the camera picture with the blinking cursor in the upper left corner. 3. Move the cursor to an area where the backlight is bright and press SET to mask the area. The masked area appears alternately white and blinking when the cursor is on the area, or it turns white when the cursor is on other areas. 4. To cancel masking, move the cursor to a masked area and press SET. When masking of the area is cancelled, it changes from white to normal. To cancel all the masking, press L and R simultaneously for 2 seconds. 5. Repeat step 3 and 4 as necessary. 6. Press SET for 2 seconds or more. The ALC CONT menu appears. 7. Adjust the video output level (LEVEL) by moving "I" cursor. Note: If ON is selected for SUPER-D3, a shadow (black line) may appear at the boundary between the bright and the dim portions. This is a natural phenomenon and does not indicate trouble.
Blinking **ALC CONT** BACK LIGHT COMP SUPER-D3 .I. + MASK SET LEVEL OFF

White Blinking

3. Shutter Speed Setting (SHUTTER)
Select a proper shutter speed when ALC is selected on the CAMERA SETUP menu. Selecting a faster speed will reduce blurring when objects quickly move. The default setting is OFF.
OFF (1/60) 1/10000 1/100 1/4000 1/250 1/2000 1/500 1/1000

SUPER-D3 OFF:

Notes: This setting is not available when SUPER D3 is set to ON. When a faster speed is selected for the electronic shutter, the picture will generally become darker, and sometimes a smear (vertical stripes caused by bright objects) may appear.
4. Gain Control Setting (AGC)
Select an automatic gain control mode. This setting raises the gain and brightens the image under low light conditions. The default setting is ON (HIGH). Available modes: ON (HIGH / high), ON (MID / medium), ON (LOW / low), OFF
5. Electronic Sensitivity Enhancement (SENS UP)
Select a proper enhancement rate when the camera is set to ALC mode. The higher rate you select, the brighter the picture will be. The default setting is OFF. AUTO: Sets AGC to ON and adaptively raises the sensitivity up to the selected amplification rate, for example 10 times when set to X10 AUTO. FIX: Raises the sensitivity fixedly to the selected rate. OFF: Does not raise the sensitivity.

**SYNC** H PHASE.I + SC FINE.I.
7. White Balance Setting (WHITE BAL)
Select a mode for WHITE BAL on the CAMERA SETUP menu. The default is ATW1. ATW1: Is automatically adaptable to the color temperatures of 2 700K - 6 000K. ATW2: Is automatically adaptable to the use of sodium lamps (2 000K - 6 000K). AWC: Is automatically adaptable to the color temperatures of 2 000K -10 000K. Notes: When ATW1 or ATW2 is selected, no further operation is required. ATW1 and ATW2 do not appear on the setup menu of the system controller. Select AWC in the following cases: the color temperature is out of the 2 000K - 6 000K range, the scene contains mostly high color temperatures such as blue sky or sunset, or the scene is dim. AWC Setting 1 Select AWC and press L. AWC will change to AWC PUSH SW. 2 Press SET. PUSH SW will be highlighted while the AWC setting is performed. Note: If the white balance is not set, PUSH SW is being highlighted. 3 Press R. Manual Fine Adjustment Perform fine adjustment as necessary. 1. Select WHITE BAL and press SET. Fine adjustment menu of ATW or AWC will open. 2. Adjust finely R (Red) and B (Blue) gain by moving the "I" cursor.

**ATW1** R B.I. +.I. +

8. Motion Detection Setting (MOTION DET)
When a series of changes in pictures is detected, the camera outputs an alarm to the external device such as a disk recorder. The recorder will start recording the pictures. 1. Select a mode for MOTION DET on the CAMERA SETUP menu. The default setting is OFF. OFF: Disables the alarm output. MODE1: Outputs alarm when a series of ** MODE1 ** motions is detected. LEVEL.I MODE2: Outputs alarm when a series of + DWELL TIME 2S scene changes is detected. The MODE 1 menu opens when you DISPLAY MODE ALARM OFF select MODE1 and press SET.

MASK SET

2. Adjust for LEVEL to optimize the sensitivity of detection. 3. Select a dwell time. The default is 2S. Available time (second): 2, 5, 10, 30 The next detection will be performed after the set time elapses.
4. Select MASK SET and press SET. A 48-split screen opens. Specify non-detection (mask) and detection areas in the same way as described earlier in 2.2 ELC Mode. Hold down SET for 2 seconds to return to the MOTION DET menu. Note: Perform the setting of mask area after STABILIZER in the CAMERA SETUP menu is set to OFF. 5. Select ON or OFF for ALARM under DISPLAY MODE. ON: Outputs an alarm OFF: Does not output an alarm. This is applicable any of the following controllers are used: WV-RM70, WV-CU550 series, WV-CU161, WV-CU360, WV-CU650, WV-CU850, WV-CU950 6. Select DISPLAY MODE and press SET to see the current settings. When a motion is detected, the area will blink. Press SET to return to the MODE1 menu. 7. As necessary, repeat to perform LEVEL adjustment and MASK setting by checking on the DISPLAY MODE screen. Notes: In systems other than Panasonic, select OFF for MOTION DET to prevent system devices from confusing time-code signal with alarm signal. Set MASK SET over the areas where leaves or curtains etc. are swaying. Adjust the detection level to prevent detection from confusing motion with noise under low light conditions. It takes about 0.2 seconds for the alarm signal to reach the VCRs alarm terminal after detection. The motion/scene change detection is not specifically intended to prevent theft or fire. About MODE2 of Motion Detection

The camera will detect a scene change in the following cases. When the lens is fully sprayed or covered with a cloth, lid, or the like When the camera direction is suddenly changed The camera will not detect a scene change in the following cases. When a cloth with patterns covers the lens and it sways in the wind When some portions in the screen are not veiled When the screens are similar in scene patterns although the camera direction has changed The camera will faultily detect a scene change in the following cases. When an obvious brightness change arises (ex. On/Off of the lamps) When objects move continuously such as traffic in busy streets
9. Digital Noise Reduction Setting (DNR)
Select a DNR mode suitable to the camera site conditions. The default setting is HIGH. HIGH: Greatly reduces noise, though it produces afterimages when objects move. LOW: Slightly reduces noise, and produces less afterimages.
10. Resolution Setting (RESOLUTION)
Select a horizontal resolution mode. The default setting is HIGH. NORMAL: Resolves more than 480 TV lines. HIGH: Resolves typically 540 TV lines, though noise may increase when SENSE UP is activated in low lighting conditions.
11. Black and White Mode Setting (BW MODE)
1. Select BW MODE on the CAMERA SETUP menu and press SET. The BW MODE menu opens. 2. Select a mode for BW. The default setting is OFF. AUTO1: Sets the mode to black-and-white if the picture is dark or to color if the picture is bright enough. AUTO2: Functions the same as AUTO1, except this is applied to the use near infrared light. (wavelength 800nm). EXT: Sets the mode to black-and-white if the sensor connected to the Day/Night IN terminal is activated. ON: Sets the mode to black-and-white. OFF: Sets the mode to color. Notes: There may be cases where AUTO1 or AUTO2 does not function well if the camera is aimed at subjects continuously moving or a scene filled with a single color such as a blue sky. It is possible to set up the back-focus mode to compensate for defocus liable to happen when the camera automatically switches between the color and black-and-white modes. Refer to "16. Back-focus Setting" for details. When AUTO1 or AUTO2 is selected, LEVEL and DURATION TIME appear. 3. Select a threshold LEVEL to switch between the color and black-and-white mode. The default setting is HIGH. HIGH: Switches the mode at around 5 lux illumination. LOW: Switches the mode at around 1 lux illumination.

**BW MODE** BW AUTO1 LEVEL HIGH DURATION TIME.I. S L BURST(BW) ON
4. Select a duration time to determine whether to switch the mode. The default setting is 30 seconds. Available time: (Short) 10 s 30 s 60 s 300 s (Long)
5. Select a burst signal mode. The default setting is ON. ON: Supplies the (color) burst signal with black-and-white composite video. OFF: Supplies no burst signal. Note: Using ON is usually recommended. Try both ON and OFF to match to connected devices (recorders, monitors, etc.) that have different characteristics.
12. Privacy Zone Setting (PRIVACY ZONE)
Perform settings of up to eight privacy zones where you wish to veil the monitor screen. 1. Select ON(1), ON(2) or OFF for PRIVACY ZONE on page 2 of the CAMERA SETUP menu and press SET. The default setting is OFF. ON (1): Veils the zone with gray. **ZONE NUMBER 1/8** ON (2): Veils the zone with mosaic. OFF: Displays pictures normally. The ZONE NUMBER selection menu opens. 2. Select a zone number on the top line using L/R buttons and press SET. The zone number followed by an asterisk * indicates that it has been already registered. POSITION, SCALE, and a frame appear on the menu. 3. Select PUSH SW for POSITION and press SET. Position selection becomes available. 4. Move the picture portion to be veiled to the center of the frame using the L/R/U/D buttons. 5. Select PUSH SW for SCALE and press SET. Zone scale adjustment becomes available. 6. Adjust the zone scale using the L/R/U/D buttons. 7. To apply the settings, move the cursor to SET and press SET. The screen returns to the ZONE NUMBER selection menu. To delete the settings, select DEL and press SET.
**ZONE NUMBER 1/8** POSITION SCALE PUSH SW PUSH SW

SET DEL RET TOP END

13. Mirror Setting (MIRROR)
Specify whether to horizontally reverse the camera picture. The default setting is OFF. OFF: Displays pictures normally. ON: Displays pictures horizontally reversed.
14. Lens Drive Signal Selection (LENS-DRIVE)
Select the suitable drive type for the auto iris lens mounted. The default setting is DC. DC: Is used for DC drive type lens. VIDEO: Is used for video drive type lens.
15. Auto Image Stabilizer (STABILIZER)
This function electronically compensates for an unstable camera image due to movement of a mounting pole or bracket. The default setting is OFF. ON: Automatically compensates for an unstable image. OFF: Image stabilizer will not operate. Notes: When set to ON, some effective pixels on the edge of the CCD are used by the stabilization function. This may result in a small reduction in resolution and a narrower angle of view. After activating the image stabilizer function, check that the field of view is correct. Image stabilization may not function where there is excessive camera movement or when the scene is low light or low contrast objects.

16. Back-focus Setting (BACK-FOCUS SETUP)
If applicable, perform adjustment of the lens focus as described in "Before Back-focus Adjustment" on the INSTALLATION page. Perform adjustment of the back focus (flangeback: the gap between the lens and focal plane) remotely on this menu using a system controller. After installation, you can perform this adjustment when defocus arises that may be caused by long-term use, environmental changes, etc. 1. Select BACK-FOCUS on the WV-CP480 TOP menu and press SET. The BACK-FOCUS SETUP menu opens. 2. Select ABF and press SET. Adjustment is automatically performed. Notes: Performing ABF will function to obtain the best focus around the center areas in a scene. Performing ABF is available only when OFF, X2 AUTO, or X2 FIX is selected for SENS UP.

**MANUAL-ADJ**

3. Select MANUAL-ADJ and press SET if NEAR FAR manual adjustment is required.I.. The manual back-focus adjustment screen INDICATOR 9999 will open. RET TOP END Use the L/R buttons to move the "I" cursor and obtain a proper focus. Refer to the 4-digit number on the second bottom line. The larger the number is, the better the focus will be. Select RET and press SET to go back to the menu setup. 4. Select a mode for C/L B/W. The default setting is AUTO. AUTO: Adjusts the back-focus automatically every time the camera switches the mode between color and black-and-white. AUTO is usable only when OFF, X2 AUTO, or X2 FIX is selected for SENS UP. PRESET: Adjusts the back-focus to the positions for color mode and black-and-white mode that are preset by performing step 2 (automatic) or step 3 (manual) under the respective light conditions. FIX: Fixes the back-focus after adjustment.
5. Select ON or OFF for SETUP-SW LOCK. The default setting is OFF. OFF: Enables the SET button to open the back-focus adjustment screen while the camera picture is displayed. ON: Disables the SET button from opening the back-focus adjustment screen. 6. To reset the back focus to the default setting, press L and R simultaneously. Notes: Select FIX or PRESET and adjust manually the back-focus when automatic adjustment is hindered by the following conditions. 1. Dirt or a water drip attached to window glass This causes defocus on the object beyond the glass. 2. Objects in low lighting conditions 3. Objects extremely bright 4. Flat contrast objects such as white wall or fine felt 5. Objects placed on the outskirts of the scene 6. More than one object placed with a certain depth 7. An object having a certain depth 8. Objects continuously moving such as busy streets 9. Objects extremely flickering 10. Objects consisting of parallel horizontal lines such as a window shade Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd shall not be responsible for any inconvenience, damage or loss caused by or attributed to inappropriate settings for the ABF function.

17-8. The serial number of the camera will be displayed.

SPECIFICATIONS

Pick-up device: Scanning area: Scanning: Horizontal: Vertical: Synchronization: GEN LOCK input Video output: Resolution: 768 (H) x 494 (V) pixels, interline transfer CCD 4.8 (H) x 3.6 (V) mm (Equivalent to scanning area of 1/3" pick-up tube) 525 lines/60 fields/30 frames 15.734 kHz 59.94 Hz Multiplexed vertical drive (VD2), Line-locked, VBS/ VS, or Internal VBS/VS 1.0 V[P-P] composite 75 /BNC connector 1.0 V[P-P] NTSC composite 75 /BNC connector Horizontal 480 TV lines (C/L Normal), 540 TV lines typ., 520 TV lines min. (C/L High), 570 TV ines (B/W) Vertical 350 TV lines (at center) 50 dB (Equivalent to AGC Off, weight On) 52 dB typ 0.6 lx {0.06 footcandle} at F1.4 (C/L), 0.5 lx {0.05 footcandle} at F1.2 (C/L), 0.08 lx {0.008 footcandle} at F1.4 (B/W), 0.06 lx {0.006 footcandle} at F1.2 (B/W) CS-mount
Signal-to-noise ratio: Dynamic range: Minimum illumination:
Lens mount: Major items on menu setup Language: Camera ID: Light control Super Dynamic 3: Electronic shutter speed: Gain control: Sensitivity enhancement: White balance: Motion detection: Digital noise reduction: Resolution: Black-and-white mode: Privacy zone: Mirror: ALC lens drive: Auto image stabilizer Back focus adjustment: Special:
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Russian, or Chinese Up to 16 characters ALC/ELC ON or OFF 1/60 (OFF), 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1 000,1/2 000, 1/4 000, 1/s ON (HIGH), ON (MID), ON (LOW), or OFF OFF, x2AUTO, x4AUTO, x6AUTO, x10AUTO, x2FIX, x4FIX, x6FIX, x10FIX, x16FIX, x32FIX ATW1, ATW2, or AWC MODE1, MODE2, or OFF High or Low Normal or High AUTO1, AUTO2, EXT, ON, or OFF ON(1), ON(2), or OFF ON or OFF DC or Video ON or OFF ABF, MANUAL, AUTO/PRESET/FIX Chroma, Aperture, Pedestal, HUE adjustable
Ambient Operating Temperature: 10 C - +50 C {14 F - 122 F} Ambient Operating Humidity: Less than 90 % Power Source and Power Consumption: WV-CP480: 120 V AC 60 Hz, 4.8 W WV-CP484: 24 V AC 60 Hz, 4.7 W WV-CP484: 12 V DC, 410 mA Dimensions (without lens): WV-CP480: 70 mm (W) x 65 mm (H) x 129 mm (D) WV-CP480: 2-3/4" (W) x 2-9/16" (H) x 5-1/16" (D) WV-CP484: 67 mm (W) x 65 mm (H) x 100 mm (D) WV-CP484: 2-5/8" (W) x 2-9/16" (H) x 3-15/16" (D) Weights (without lens): WV-CP480: 520 g {1.1 lbs.} (Without power cord) WV-CP484: 400 g {0.9 lbs.}
Weights and dimensions indicated are approximate. Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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Operating Instructions (this document)..1 pc. Warranty Card.. 1 pc Important Safety Instructions.. 1 pc The following are for installation. AC Power Cord (for WV-CP480)..1 pc.

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