Sony SNC-VB632D manual

Sony SNC-VB632D
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  • Filetype: PDF
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    85.7 (3
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    )
    Hole for connecting
    cables ø40 (1
    5
    /
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    )
    Horizontal maker
    Hole for installing
    the stand
    Unit: mm (inches)
    83.7 (3
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    Vertical marker
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    Ceiling
    Wire rope
    (supplied)
    Camera unit
    mounting screw
    (not supplied) (4)
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    1
    Liner
    Twice
    2
    2-a LAN cable
    Overlap at least
    half of its width
    Tab
    10 (
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    /
    2
    ) 10 (
    1
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    )
    2-b SP terminal / MIC terminal / I/O (Input/Output) cable / BNC cable
    10 (
    1
    /
    2
    )
    10 (
    1
    /
    2
    )
    Overlap at least
    half of its width
    2-c Power input cable
    30 (1
    1
    /
    4
    )
    Heat shrinkable tube
    Wrap this part
    two-fold
    Overlap at least
    half of its width
    4-547-688-11(1)
    © 2014 Sony Corporation
    Printed in China

    Network Camera

    SNC-VB632D

    Installation ManualBefore operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
    About the Manuals
    Installation Manual (this document)
    This Installation Manual describes the names and functions of parts and controls
    of the Network Camera, gives connection examples and explains how to set up
    the camera. Be sure to read the Installation Manual before operating.
    SNC easy IP setup Guide (stored in the CD-ROM) User’s Guide/Application Guide (Web)
    The User’s Guide describes how to set up the camera and how to control the
    camera via a Web browser.
    After installing and connecting the camera correctly, operate referring to this
    User’s Guide.
    Using the Software
    The supplied CD-ROM includes the setup program for assigning an IP address.
    The information for how to set up an IP address is also included in the disc in PDF
    format.
    User’s Guide and Application Guide can be downloaded from the disc, or the
    following URL:
    http://www.sony.net/ipela/snc
    Using the CD-ROM manual
    The manual can be read on a computer with Adobe Reader installed.
    You can download Adobe Reader free from the Adobe website.
    1 Open the index.html file in the CD-ROM.
    2 Select and click on the manual that you want to read.
    Note
    If you have lost or damaged the CD-ROM, you can purchase a new one from your
    Sony dealer or Sony service counter.
    Adobe and Acrobat Reader are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the
    United States and/or other countries.
    Assigning the IP address
    Assign the IP address using the setup program in the supplied CD-ROM.
    For details on how to set up the IP address, see SNC easy IP Setup Guide.
    Location and Function of Part
    Front
    Audio cable
    The connector with the longer cable (SP) is used for the line output connector,
    and the shorter cable (MIC) is used for the microphone/line input connector.
    SP terminal (minijack, monaural) ˎ
    Connect a commercially available speaker system with a built-in amplifier.
    MIC terminal (minijack, monaural) ˎ
    Connect a commercially available microphone. This jack supports plugin-power
    microphones (rated voltage: 2.5 V DC).
    I/O (Input/Output) cable
    This cable is provided with two sensor inputs and two alarm outputs. The wires
    of the cable control the following signals.
    Color of wire Name
    Red Sensor In 1+
    White Sensor In 2+
    Black Sensor In – (GND)
    Yellow Alarm Out 1+
    Brown Alarm Out 1–
    Green Alarm Out 2+
    Blue Alarm Out 2–
    For details on each function and required settings, see the User’s Guide.
    For the wiring, see “Connecting the I/O cable” overleaf.
    Wire rope
    When installing the camera on the ceiling or the wall, make sure to attach the
    supplied wire rope.
    Sun shield nut
    Front cover
    Power input cable
    Connect this cable to a 24 V AC or 12 V DC power supply system.
    You can screw an extension cable in the connector tip attached at the end of the
    cable. Connect GND to the FG terminal (center of 3-pin connector). See
    illustration overleaf.
    BNC cable
    Outputs a composite video signal.
    Ground wire
    Ground the camera when you install it.
    LAN cable (RJ-45)
    Connect this cable to a hub or computer on the 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX
    network using a commercially available network cable (category 5).
    Note
    Take care not to trap the cables between the camera and the ceiling or the wall. If
    the cable is trapped, it may cause a fire or electric shock due to breaking.
    Sun shield
    The sun shield can be adjusted horizontally up to 26 mm (1
    1
    /8 inches), as
    required.
    Camera
    Front cover screw (four positions)
    Inside
    Lens
    POWER indicator (Green)
    When the power is supplied to the camera, the camera starts checking the
    system. If the system is normal, this indicator lights up.
    HEATER indicator (Green)
    The indicator lights up in green when the built-in heater is working normally.
    NETWORK indicator (Green/Orange)
    The indicator lights up or flashes when the camera is connected to the network.
    The indicator is off when the camera is not connected to the network.
    Mode setting DIP switches
    DIP switch function/settings
    Switch No.
    1 2
    VIDEO POWER
    Up (ON) PAL PoE+, AC, DC
    Down (OFF) NTSC PoE
    1 VIDEO (NTSC/PAL) switch (Initial setting: NTSC)
    Switches the video output.
    After setting the switch, reboot the camera unit.
    2 POWER (PoE+, AC, DC/PoE) switch (Initial setting: PoE+, AC, DC)
    Change according to the power you are using.
    Note
    When power is supplied by IEEE802.3at (PoE+) equipment, if the switch is set to
    PoE, the range of activation and operating temperature is limited. When power is
    supplied by IEEE802.3af (PoE) equipment, if the switch is set to PoE+, the camera
    will not work properly.
    When power is supplied from the AC or DC source and if the switch is set to PoE,
    the heater will not work. Note that if you use the camera in a low temperature,
    the camera may not work.
    Reset switch
    To reset the camera to the factory default settings, hold down this switch with a
    point and supply the power to the camera.
    MONITOR output jack
    Connect this jack to a video input connector of a video monitor. You can adjust
    the camera or lens while looking at the image on the video monitor. After
    adjusting the camera or lens, disconnect the cable.
    ZOOM/FOCUS switch
    Use this switch to adjust lens’ zoom and focus. Slide the switch lever to select the
    desired function.
    [W] WIDE: Zoom out
    [T] TELE: Zoom in
    [N] NEAR: Focus on a nearby subject
    [F] FAR: Focus on a distant subject
    Hold down the center of the ZOOM/FOCUS switch for a moment to focus
    automatically.
    SD card slot
    This slot is used for optional SD memory cards.
    Image data in the camera can be recorded to a memory card by inserting it into
    the slot.
    Gently insert an SD card in (see illustration) until it clicks into place.
    This unit is only compatible with SD and SDHC memory cards.
    Note
    For inquiries regarding verified SD memory cards, contact your authorized Sony
    dealer.
    Back
    Base stand
    Base screw (two positions)
    TOP mark
    Arm screw
    Arm
    Rating label
    Shows the name of this camera and its electric rating.
    Water drain
    When installing the unit on a wall, make sure this water drain is not sealed.
    Installation
    WARNING
    If you attach the camera in the height such as the wall or the ceiling, etc.,
    ˎ
    entrust the installation to an experienced contractor or installer.
    If you install the camera at a height, ensure that the installation location and
    ˎ
    its material are strong enough to withstand a weight of 15 kg (33 lb 11 oz) or
    more, and then install the camera securely. If the ceiling is not strong enough,
    the camera may fall and cause serious injury.
    Do not pull on any cables forcefully, as a connection may become loose.
    ˎ
    To prevent the camera from falling, make sure to attach the supplied wire rope.
    ˎ
    If you attach the camera to the ceiling, check periodically, at least once a year,
    ˎ
    to ensure that the connection has not loosened. If conditions warrant, make
    this periodic check more frequently.
    Deciding the Installation Location of the Camera
    After deciding the direction in which the camera will shoot, make the required hole
    (ø40 mm (1
    23
    /
    40
    inches)) for the connecting cables using the supplied template.
    Then decide the four mounting hole positions to install the base stand.
    Mounting screws
    The camera stand is provided with four ø4.5 mm (
    3
    /16 inches) mounting holes.
    Install the camera stand on a ceiling or wall with screws through four mounting
    holes: The required mounting screws differ depending on the installation
    location and its material. (Mounting screws are not supplied.)
    Steel wall or ceiling: Use M4 bolts and nuts.
    Wooden wall or ceiling: Use M4 tapping screws. The panel thickness must be
    15 mm (
    5
    /8 inches) or more.
    Concrete wall: Use anchors, bolts and plugs suitable for concrete walls.
    Junction box: Use screws to match the holes on the junction box.
    WARNING
    The required mounting screws differ depending on the installation location and
    its material. If you do not secure the camera with the appropriate mounting
    screws, the camera may fall off.
    Installing the Camera
    1
    Pass the cables through the hole for connecting cables made at the
    installing surface.
    2 Fix the wire rope to the wall or ceiling.
    3 Install the camera on the wall or ceiling.
    The remaining cable can be incorporated in the space between the base
    stand and the mounting surface. (
    -
    )
    Insert the four screws in the screw holes on the camera stand, and then
    tighten the screws to attach the camera.
    When installing the camera on the wall, be sure the TOP mark on the camera
    stand is at the top.
    Refer to “Mounting screws” in section D for screw to be used.
    Notes
    If you install the camera unit on a ceiling, take adequate waterproofing ˎ
    measures to prevent water seepage into the stand.
    When installing the unit on a wall, make sure the water drain is not sealed. ˎ
    Notes on waterproofing of cable connection area
    Despite the fact that this unit is rated IP66, the cables and/or the connectors
    join to the outside are not waterproof. To prevent water ingress from the cables
    and/or the connectors, waterproof them with the supplied waterproof tape as
    follows. Otherwise, there may be a risk of water entering through the cables
    and/or the connectors and shorting the unit or the connectors.
    1 Connect all the required cables and the ground wire.
    2 To obtain optimal waterproofing, tear off the liner before wrapping,
    then stretch the tape to twice its original length. (
    -1)
    If it is not fully stretched, the waterproofing function of the tape can not be
    achieved.
    3 Overlap the tape at least half of its width when wrapping. (-2)
    Notes
    Do not press the network cable tab down when wrapping it.
    ˎ
    When you wrap the power input cable, start from the heat shrinkable tube.
    ˎ
    Make sure at least 30 mm (1
    1
    /4 inches) of the wire part that is connected to
    the power supply equipment is wrapped. (2-c)
    Since the connector of the power input cable has gaps, wrap the connector
    ˎ
    part two-fold.
    Make sure at least 10 mm (
    ˎ
    1
    /2 inches) of the wire part (excluding the power
    input cable) is wrapped.
    Make sure there is no unwrapped part or damage on the tape.
    ˎ
    4 After wrapping, squeeze the tape with your fingers at the overlapping
    parts so that layers are airtight and fully adhered.
    (continued overleaf)
    Unit: mm (inches)
Sony SNC-VB632D

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Sony SNC-VB632D specifications

General
Brand Sony
Model SNC-VB632D
Product Security camera
EAN 4905524986358
Language English
Filetype PDF
Audio
Audio formats supported AAC,G.711,G.726
Audio formats supported AAC,G.711,G.726
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) 50 dB
Image sensor
Total megapixels 2.14 MP
Sensor type CMOS
Optical sensor size 1/2.9 "
Sensor type CMOS
Optical sensor size 1/2.9 "
Progressive scan
Performance
Type IP security camera
Placement supported Outdoor
Day/night mode
Remote viewing
Connectivity technology Wired
PTZ control
Alarm input/output
Design
Form factor Bullet
Product colour Black,White
Mounting type Ceiling/wall
International Protection (IP) code IP66
Protection features Dust resistant,Water resistant
IK code IK08
Night vision
LED type IR
Number of illumination LEDs 4
Night vision
Night vision distance 30 m
Infra-red wavelength 850 nm
Video
Maximum resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
Video compression formats H.264,M-JPEG
Supported graphics resolutions 352 x 288,640 x 360,640 x 480 (VGA),704 x 576,720 x 480,720 x 576,1024 x 576 (WSVGA),1280 x 720 (HD 720),1920 x 1080 (HD 1080)
Analog signal format system NTSC,PAL
Gain control type Auto
Frame rate 30 fps
Total megapixels 2.14 MP
Privacy masking
Image stabilizer
Noise reduction
Video streaming
Bit rate control Constant Bit Rate (CBR)/Variable Bit Rate (VBR)
Camera
Minimum illumination 0 lx
Viewing angle, horizontal 105.3 °
Viewing angle, vertical 56.9 °
White balance ATW,Fluorescent,Indoor,Manual,One push,Outdoor
Camera shutter type Electronic
Camera shutter speed 1/1 - 1/10.000 s
Lens system
Zoom capability
Optical zoom 3 x
Digital zoom 4 x
Focal length range 3 - 9 mm
Security
Video motion detection
Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS) system features Face detection
Active tampering alarm
Motion sensor
Storage
Built-in HDD
Compatible memory cards SD
Maximum memory card size 64 GB
Card reader integrated
Network
Ethernet LAN
Wi-Fi
Cabling technology 10/100Base-T(X)
Ethernet interface type Fast Ethernet
Supported network protocols Pv4, TCP, UDP, ARP, ICMP, IGMP, HTTP, DHCP, DNS, NTP, RTP/RTCP, RTSP, SMTP, IPv6, HTTPS, SNMP, FTP, SSL
Networking standards IEEE 802.1x
Streaming method Multicast
Number of users 20 user(s)
Quality of Service (QoS) support
Power
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Power consumption (Power over Ethernet (PoE)) 17 W
Power consumption (max) 21 W
DC output voltage 24
AC input frequency 50 - 60 Hz
Power source type PoE
Packaging content
Number of cameras 1
Resource CD
Manual
Ports & interfaces
Microphone in
BNC output ports 1
Interface RJ-45
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System requirements
Windows operating systems supported Windows 7 Professional x64,Windows 7 Ultimate x64,Windows 8 Pro x64,Windows 8.1 Pro x64
Minimum processor Intel Corei7 2.8 GHz
Minimum RAM 2000 MB
Operational conditions
Operating temperature (T-T) -40 - 60 °C
Storage temperature (T-T) -20 - 60 °C
Operating relative humidity (H-H) 20 - 90 %
Storage relative humidity (H-H) 20 - 95 %
Weight & dimensions
Width 93 mm
Depth 93 mm
Height 180.9 mm
Width (with stand) 140 mm
Depth (with stand) 140 mm
Height (with stand) 313.4 mm
Weight 1600 g
Management features
Web-based management
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