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Panasonic WV-SPW532L
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Included Installation Instructions
PoE device (hub)
Adjustment monitor
Ethernet cable
(category 5e or better, straight)
PGQX1993VA sL0915-4109 Printed in China
Stretch the tape to approx. twice its length (see the
illustration) and wind it around the cable. Insufficient
tape stretch causes insufficient waterproofing.
To prevent the Ethernet cable hook from coming
loose easily, fit the LAN connector cover (
: accessory)
onto the pigtail cable as illustrated, and then slide it in
the direction indicated by the arrow. The connector of
the Ethernet cable used with this camera must meet
the following restrictions.
Height when inserted (From bottom to hook.):
Max. 16 mm {5/8 inches}
Connector width: Max. 14 mm {9/16 inches}
To install this product outdoors, be sure to waterproof
the cables. Waterproof grade (IEC IP66 or equiva-
lent) is applied to this product only when it is installed
correctly as described in these operating instructions
and appropriate waterproof treatment is applied. The
camera mount bracket and camera arm are not

Installation Guide

Network Camera

Model No.


This manual describes the installation procedures, network camera installation, cable
connections, and eld-of-view adjustment.
Before reading this manual, be sure to read the Important Information.
This manual describes how to install the network camera using model WV-SPW532L as
an example.

Parts and functions

The component names of the camera are as follows. Refer to the illustration when
installing or adjusting the camera.

Standard accessories Making connections

Important Information ............................... 1 pc.
Warranty card ........................................... 1 set
Code label
.............................................. 1 pc.
Installation Guide (this document) ............ 1 set
................................................. 1 pc.
The CD-ROM contains the operating instructions and different kinds of tool software programs.
*2 This label may be required for network management. The network administrator shall retain
the code label.
A Template ......................................... 1 Sheet
B LAN connector cover ........................... 1 pc.
C Safety wire ........................................... 1 pc.
D Wire lug fixing screw
M3 × 10 mm {3/8 inches} ................... 2 pcs.
(of them, 1 for spare)
E Safety wire lug ..................................... 1 pc.
F Auxiliary handle .................................... 1 pc.
G Desiccant .........................................1 Sheet
H Waterproof tape ................................... 1 pc.
Turn off each system’s power supply before making a connection. Before making connections,
prepare the required peripheral devices and cables.
Use all 4 pairs (8 pins) of the Ethernet cable (category 5e or better, straight).
The maximum cable length is 100 m {328 feet}.
Make sure that the PoE device in use is compliant with IEEE802.3af standard.
When the Ethernet cable is disconnected once, reconnect the cable after around 2
seconds. When the cable is quickly reconnected, the power may not be supplied
from the PoE device.
When cables are used outdoors, there is a chance that they may be affected by light-
ning. In this case, install a lightning arrester just before where the Ethernet cable
connects to the camera.
Connect an Ethernet cable (category 5e or better, straight)
Waterproof treatment for the cable joint sections
Adequate waterproof treatment is required for the cables when installing the camera with
cables exposed or installing it under the eaves.
The camera body is waterproof, but
the cable ends are not waterproof.
Be sure to use the supplied
waterproof tape at the points where
the cables are connected to apply
waterproof treatment in the following
Failure to observe this or use of
a tape other than the provided
waterproof tape (such as a vinyl tape)
may cause water leakage resulting in malfunction.
When connecting to a network using a PoE hub
Before starting the installation, check the entire system conguration.
The following illustration gives a wiring example of how to connect the camera to the network via
a PoE device (hub).
Stretch the tape to
approx. twice its length.
The adjustment monitor is used to adjust the field of view when installing or servicing
the camera. It is not provided for recording/monitoring use.
Depending on the adjustment monitor, some characters (camera title, preset ID, etc.)
may not be displayed on the screen.
Use a switching hub or a router which is compliant with 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX.
The hook engages
with the connector
LAN connector cover
: accessory)
*1 SDXC/SDHC/SD memory card is described as SD memory card.*2 Depending on the scanning application used, the Data Matrix may not beable to be read correctly. In this case, access the site by directly entering thefollowing URL.
<Required cable>
Ethernet cable (category 5e or better, straight)
Use an Ethernet cable (category 5e or better, cross) when directly connecting the camera to a PC.
For U.S. and Canada:
Panasonic i-PRO Sensing Solutions
Corporation of America
800 Gessner Rd, Suite 700 Houston, TX 77024
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, L4W 2T3 Canada
For Europe and other countries:
Panasonic Corporation
Panasonic i-PRO Sensing Solutions Co., Ltd.
Fukuoka, Japan
Authorised Representative in EU:
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
The following parts are used during installation procedures.
RJ45 (female)
Network cable
Ethernet cable
(category 5e or better,
© Panasonic i-PRO Sensing Solutions Co., Ltd. 2019
<Ethernet cable>
Wind the tape in a
half-overlapping manner.
Waterproof tape
(H: accessory)
Auto focus (AF)
matrix barcode
(Data Matrix):
To our website*
When the camera is able to communicate with the Lights orange
connected device
LINK indicator
When data is being sent via the network camera Blinks green (accessing)
ACT indicator
When AF (Auto Focus) operation is being executed
Blinks red (about once per second)
When the camera is being started Lights red
When an SD memory card
is recognized normally
Lights red → Lights off
When the SD memory card slot is not used or an abnormality Lights red → Stays red
is detected in SD memory card after the camera has started
SD ERROR/AF indicator
When an SD memory card is inserted and could Lights off → Blinks green →
be recognized Lights off
When data can be saved after the SD memory card is inserted Lights off → Lights green
and the SD ON/OFF button is pressed (for less than 1 second)
When data can be saved to the SD memory card Lights green
When the SD memory card is removed after holding down
Lights green → Blinks green →
the SD ON/OFF button for about 2 seconds Lights off (recording)
Lights green →
Lights off (waiting for recording)
When data cannot be saved to the SD memory card because Lights off
an abnormality was detected or the SD memory card is
configured not to be used
SD MOUNT indicator
● How to initialize the camera
Follow the steps below to initialize the network camera.
1 Turn o the power of the camera. When using a PoE hub, disconnect the Ethernet cable from the
Turn on the power of the camera while holding down the INITIAL SET button, and keep the INITIAL
SET button held down till the SD MOUNT indicator is lit in green (more than 10 seconds). In about
2 minutes after releasing the INITIAL SET button, the camera will start up and the settings including
the network settings will be initialized.
● When the INITIAL SET button (i.e. the initializing button) is pressed (less than 1 second) to switch
the output signal of the MONITOR OUT terminal (NTSC
PAL output), the MONITOR OUT terminal
can be switched for the NTSC monitor/PAL monitor.
When the camera is initialized, the settings including the network settings will be initialized.
Note that the CRT key (SSL encryption key) used for the HTTPS protocol will not be initialized.
Before initializing the settings, it is recommended to write down the settings in advance.
Do not turn off the power of the camera during the process of initialization. Otherwise, it
may fail to initialize and may cause malfunction.
INITIAL SET button (Initializing / NTSC
PAL switch button)
1 When the SD ON/OFF button is pressed for less than 1 second, the SD MOUNT indicator is lit
green and data can be saved to the SD memory card.
2 When the SD ON/OFF button is held down for about 2 seconds, the SD MOUNT indicator goes
out, and the SD memory card can be removed.
SD ON/OFF button
TILT lock screw
Front cover
Safety wire (C: accessory)
Camera mount
Camera Arm
PAN lock screw
[2] Remove the front cover


Step 1 Before starting the installation

The installation tasks are explained using 5 steps.
Tear off the blue tape attached on camera arm before installing the camera.
Prepare the required parts for installation method before starting the installation. The following is the requirements for the installation method.Installation methodRecommended screwMinimum pull-out strengthDirectly mount the camera onto the ceiling or wall (when there is a space for wiring in the ceiling or the wall)M4 screws × 3724 N {163 lbf} (per 1 pc.)
*1 To mount the camera onto the ceiling or wall, the safety wire (C: accessory)
must be attached. Have an M6 bolt and nut or anchor (with the minimum pull-out strength of 724 N {163 lbf}) ready for securing the safety wire.Step 1
Before starting the
Step 2
Step 3
Fixing the camera
Step 4
Adjusting the camera
Step 5
Congure the network
For the screws or anchor bolts used in the above method, be sure to secure the mini-
mum pull-out strength of 724 N {163 lbf} per screw or bolt.
Select screws according to the material of the ceiling or wall that the camera will be
mounted to. In this case, wood screws and nails should not be used.
If a ceiling or wall board such as plaster board is too weak to support the total weight,
the area shall be sufficiently reinforced.
Because the front cover is temporarily removed when installing or adjusting the camera,
make sure no liquid enters the camera at these times.
Loosen the 4 front cover fixing screws, and then remove the front cover.
Pass the safety wire (
: accessory)
through the wire mounting hole in the safety wire lug (E
Wire mounting hole
Front cover fixing screws
Front cover
[1] Attaching the safety wire

Step 2 Preparation

Safety wire lug
: accessory)
Safety wire
: accessory)
Wire fitting
Wire lug fixing screw
: accessory)
Safety wire lug
: accessory)
2 Fit the Safety wire lug to the camera.Recommended tightening torque: 0.59 N·m {0.44 lbf·ft}* The safety wire is not shown in thesubsequent illustrations.
YAW lock screw
Name plate
Zoom knob
(Video Out terminal
For NTSC monitor)
SD memory card slot

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Spécifications du WV-SPW532L de la marque Panasonic

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Marque Panasonic
Modèle WV-SPW532L
Produit caméra de surveillance
EAN 4010869211277, 4549077602268, 0885170265479
Langue Anglais
Type de fichier Mode d’emploi (PDF)
Format vidéo pris en charge H.264
Formats de compression visuels H.264
Réduction du bruit Oui
Full HD Oui
Résolution maximale 2048 x 1536 pixels
Nombre d'images par seconde 30 ips
Résolutions graphiques prises en charge 1920 x 1080 (HD 1080),2048 x 1536 (QXGA)
Modes vidéo pris en charge 1080p
vision de nuit
Type de LED IR
Vision nocturne Oui
Système d'objectif
Auto focus Oui
Nombre maximum d'ouverture 1.6
Longueur focale 2.8 - 10 mm
Zoom optique 3.6 x
Support de stockage
Disque dur intégré Non
Lecteur de cartes mémoires intégré Oui
Cartes mémoire compatibles SD,SDHC,SDXC
Détecteur de mouvement (vidéo) Oui
Algorithme de sécurité soutenu SSL/TLS
Code (IP) Internationale Protection IP66
Résiste aux intempéries Oui
Fonctions de protection Dust resistant,Water resistant
Format Cosse
Couleur du produit Chrome
Type de montage Plafond/mur
Détecteur d'image
Type de capteur MOS
Taille du capteur optique 1/3 "
représentation / réalisation
mode Jour/Nuit Oui
Type Caméra de sécurité IP
Installation prise en charge Intérieure et extérieure
Technologie de connectivité Avec fil
Illumination minimum 0.07 lux
Angle d'inclinaison -90 - 90 °
Panoramique -90 - 90 °
Connexion Ethernet, supportant l'alimentation via ce port (PoE) Oui
Type de source d'alimentation PoE
Ethernet/LAN Oui
Wifi -
Contenu de l'emballage
nombre de caméras 1
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