Samsung SOC-4120AN Specifications

RX3 External Variable Speed
Receiver with Privacy Zones
Installation & Maintenance
Manual
Manual: INS00271 Issue: 4.0
RX3 Installation and Maintenance Manual Issue 4
IMPORTANT NOTES
Please read this manual in its entirety before installing the RX3 Equipment
It is recommended that the installation of this unit complies with the latest national standards:
NACOSS
National Approval Council for Security Systems.
NACP20
Code of Practice for Installation and Maintenance of Closed Circuit
Television Systems.
IEE
16th Edition Regulations for electrical installations, BS7671
SELECT SUITABLE EQUIPMENT!
Please ensure that all equipment is suitable for the application and the environment for which it
is intended. Ensure all applicable specifications are adhered to.
Please take particular care ensuring that interconnected equipment is fully compatible and
suitable for such use. Check load ratings, dimensions, etc.
SECURELY MOUNT THE ASSEMBLY!
This boxed unit must be properly and securely mounted. Care should be exercised to select
suitable hardware to install the unit, taking into account both the composition of the mounting
surface and the weight the surface will be required to support (please refer to page 7).
Ensure that each part of the assembly is securely attached. Always use the recommended or
supplied fixing screws (please refer to page 7). Failure to comply with these recommendations
could result in the unit coming loose from the supporting structure and falling with resultant
damages or injury to anyone or anything struck by the falling unit.
INSTALL OUT OF REACH!
This equipment is designed to be installed out of reach of the user, or anyone who will come
into casual contact with the installation. Be sure to provide suitable access equipment to ensure
the safety of installation or service personnel working on the equipment.
INSTALL CORRECTLY!
The installation should be made by a qualified installer. Specific tools may be required for
installation purposes dependent upon the site in which the assembly is to be installed. Use the
appropriate tools, see page 5.
Refer to local and national standards for wiring and follow recommendations. The installation
should comply with local codes. Check that correct cable types are used.
WARNING: This apparatus must be
connected to Earth!
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An appropriate disconnection device must be fitted when installing the electrical supply.
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Always disconnect and remove the power before working on the installation.
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Ensure the power CANNOT be re-connected by external sources while the unit is being
worked on.
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................................... 4
SCOPE OF EQUIPMENT .............................................................................................................................................. 4
CONTENTS OF PACKAGE ........................................................................................................................................... 4
BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................ 5
SUGGESTED TOOLS ................................................................................................................................................... 5
CABLE SPECIFICATION .............................................................................................................................................. 5
FAST-TRACK GUIDE .............................................................................................................................................. 6
MOUNTING THE RECEIVER ................................................................................................................................ 7
EXTERNAL/INTERNAL WALL MOUNT........................................................................................................................ 7
MOUNTING A NON-ENCLOSED RECEIVER PCB ........................................................................................................ 7
MAINS INPUT............................................................................................................................................................. 7
CABLING RECOMMENDATIONS.................................................................................................................................. 8
TELEMETRY OPTIONS .......................................................................................................................................... 8
‘C’ TYPE TRANSMISSION (COAXIAL CABLE) ............................................................................................................. 8
‘D’ TYPE TRANSMISSION (TWISTED PAIR)................................................................................................................. 8
TELEMETRY PROTOCOLS ........................................................................................................................................... 8
TERMINATION ........................................................................................................................................................... 9
DIP SWITCH OPTIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 10
SETTING THE ADDRESS ........................................................................................................................................... 12
CONNECTION TO RX3 ......................................................................................................................................... 14
POWER CONNECTIONS TO THE PCB ....................................................................................................................... 14
POWER CONFIGURATION ......................................................................................................................................... 16
MOTOR DRIVE/LENS DRIVE CONNECTIONS ...................................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
RELAY CONNECTIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 19
CONNECTION TO THE SOLID STATE RELAY. ........................................................................................................... 20
CAMERA UNIT ......................................................................................................................................................... 21
TELEMETRY ............................................................................................................................................................ 24
ALARMS .................................................................................................................................................................. 25
PCB DIMENSIONS AND COMPONENT REFERENCE .................................................................................................. 27
CAMERA RESET AND TEST MODES ................................................................................................................ 28
TEST MODE ............................................................................................................................................................. 29
RECEIVER LED STATUS .......................................................................................................................................... 32
ON SITE REFERENCES.............................................................................................................................................. 33
USING RX3............................................................................................................................................................... 35
HOW TO ACCESS ON SCREEN MENUS ..................................................................................................................... 35
ON SCREEN MENUS AND FUNCTIONS ..................................................................................................................... 36
CALIBRATION FOR PRIVACY ZONES ........................................................................................................................ 42
DEFINING A PRIVACY ZONE.................................................................................................................................... 46
EDITING PRIVACY ZONES ........................................................................................................................................ 48
SETTING UP END STOPS .......................................................................................................................................... 49
SETTINGS AND TEXT ............................................................................................................................................... 50
CAMERA SET UP ..................................................................................................................................................... 58
DIAGNOSTICS .......................................................................................................................................................... 59
PATTERN ................................................................................................................................................................. 59
PASS-CODE CHANGING AND OPERATION ............................................................................................................... 60
HOW TO INSTALL SOFTWARE UPDATES...................................................................................................... 61
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ............................................................................................................................. 63
OVERLAY ................................................................................................................................................................ 66
3RD PARTY PROTOCOLS: IMPLEMENTATION INFORMATION ............................................................... 67
ERNITEC ERNA PROTOCOL .................................................................................................................................... 67
VIDEMECH UNIVERSAL PROTOCOL ......................................................................................................................... 69
PELCO P & D PROTOCOLS. ..................................................................................................................................... 70
SPECIFICATION..................................................................................................................................................... 71
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Introduction
Scope Of Equipment
RX3 is a feature-rich receiver unit, which combines ease of installation and use with durability
and on site serviceability. The unit is designed for external use with most PTZ combinations and
offers the following:
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Up to 62 on-screen dynamic privacy zones may be defined in any view.
On screen configuration of system settings and privacy zones.
An optional extra of up to five alarm inputs is available and can be configured for specific
installation requirements.
Anti tamper option.
Support of multi-protocol telemetry.
Support of both C type (over the coax) and D type (twisted pair RS485/RS422) telemetry.
Video gain and high frequency lift.
Up to 119 presets with tour, sequence and pattern.
Configurable texts for alarm, presets, sectors, camera location and camera number.
An extensive self test facility allowing thorough testing of the installed equipment prior to
connecting to a control system.
An on-screen diagnostics facility providing the status of the unit showing current
consumption, PCB temperature etc.
Provision of five relays for switching peripherals (up to 240V).
Provision of two user defined relays controllable via Aux. 1 and Aux. 2 on the keyboard.
Remote software upgrades (if supported by the control equipment).
Weatherproof enclosure to IP67.
AC mains input with integral PSU or direct 24V AC or DC input.
Contents Of Package
The product should reach you in perfect working order. If the unit is damaged in any way or if
the supplied kit is incomplete, please contact Bewator immediately to organise a replacement.
1 x RX3 assembly boxed and configured for correct input voltage.
Part numbers are as follows:
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230V UK compatible– RX318DZ
230V EU compatible– RX318DZ-E
110V USA compatible– RX318DZ / U
1 x Wire link kit (for alternative supply configuration).
1 x Installation and maintenance manual INS00271.
1 x RX3 Telemetry Receiver Drilling Template (for enclosure) INS00281.
Note: Cable glands are not provided with this receiver enclosure. You will need to source
the required entry glands separately.
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Before Starting Installation
1.
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4.
Ensure that the contents of box are correct.
Read all of these instructions.
Save these instructions for later use.
Ensure that the correct tools are used when installing – see below.
DO NOT CARRY OUT ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS IN WET WEATHER CONDITIONS
Suggested Tools
The following tools are suggested for installation of RX3:
• Suitable wire strippers 10 to 22 AWG
• Screwdriver ‘Phillips’ No 3 or No 4
(ref. RS734-826)
(ref. RS184-7412)
• Side cutters
• Adjustable Spanner/Adjustable Grips
(ref. RS536-420)
(ref. RS216-6174)
• Suitable crimp tool for bootlace ferrules
• Safety 110V Site drill preferably SDS
(ref. RS453-331)
(ref. RS346-7939)
• Screwdriver 75x2.5mm slotted
• Suitable Drill bit.
(ref. RS184-7282).
• Cable Entry Glands
• Hole saw and arbor as required
(as required).
Cable Specification
Mains In
The recommended mains supply cable for RX3 is 0.75mm². Preferred
cable type is 0.75mm2 3-core round flex (3183Y). Provision is made for
larger supply cables if required for long runs. Internal fuse rating is 5A
anti-surge.
Internal Wiring
24/0.2mm unless otherwise stated.
To Camera Head
Supply cables to the camera, lens, motor drive and feedback circuits
must be in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. For the
majority of pan and tilt motor drive circuits, 18AWG (24/0.2) wire is
sufficient. For the majority of camera, lens and feedback circuits,
20AWG (16/0.2) wire is sufficient.
To increase longevity and reliability, control cable (Y-Y type) should be
used for all connections that are subject to movement during normal
operation. In general reliability may be increased by using screened
cable, especially on connections to feedback circuits.
Video
75Ω rated coax such as URM70, RG59 or RG11.
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Fast-Track Guide
If you are already familiar with RX3, the following is a summary of the installation process:
1. Carefully cut holes in the receiver enclosure and fit required cable entry
glands. It is recommended that all cable glands be fitted to the lowest face of
the enclosure to ensure a weatherproof seal.
2. Mount the receiver on the wall. Always use appropriate fixings (see page 7).
3. Connect all wiring to the receiver through the entry points (refer to Connection
To RX3 from page 14 onwards).
4. Switch the unit on, the Camera Telemetry LED will be flashing fast to signal
that a camera reset is required (refer to Receiver LED Status on page 32).
5. Ensure Hard End-stops are set-up. Use Service Mode or pan and tilt operation
via test button to aid their positioning. (See TEST MODES section starting
page 29). Note: If end-stops are not set, head damage is possible during the
camera reset operation.
6. Configure Telemetry and Camera options and Protocols (DIP switch settings
together with hex. switch setting and test button) and position all links
according to requirements. (See Termination and DIP Switch settings sections
pages 9 and 10 also refer to TEST MODES section starting on page 29).
7. Perform a Camera Reset using the test button (hex. switch setting E2). Note
the camera telemetry LED is turned off. If the RX3 was previously connected to
another head or has any stored data, e.g. presets a Clear All Data and Reset
must be done (switch setting E4). The protocols will now need to be reset.
8. Perform functional checks to ensure serviceability of the connected camera
head using the test button and relevant hex. switch setting (refer to TEST
MODES section starting on page 29). Ensure that the camera head responds to
all commands accurately. If any functional tests are not successful (e.g.
camera head pans left when commanded to pan right) check wiring to camera
head (refer to the troubleshooting guide section starting on page 63). Note:
Always perform a Camera Reset after wiring changes, this ensures the
receiver’s internal calibration is correct.
9. Check camera address setting for this head – adjust if required (see page 12).
10. Test the tamper alarm if required (refer to page 26).
11. Ensure that the video loss LED goes out when the camera is connected and
powered. If this is not the case, check the camera and wiring (refer to Camera
unit connection section page 21 and Troubleshooting guide section page 63).
12. If using Privacy Zones make local visual references and or save reference
positions using the Test Button (see On Site Reference section page 33).
13. Securely replace the receiver’s enclosure cover to ensure a weatherproof seal.
14. Perform functional checks at the control room.
15. Calibrate Privacy Zones. Note: All Privacy Zone calibration and scaling must
be done before defining Presets or Soft End-stops.
Scaling or re-scaling the PAN/TILT/ZOOM for Privacy Zones will cause all
previous zones, presets, and soft end stops to be deleted, as previously
stored positions are no longer valid.
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Mounting the Receiver
External/Internal Wall Mount
Using the template provided, drill 4 mounting holes and secure the polycarbonate box in
position. Ensure that the fixings are secure and that the mounting surface is sound and will
support up to 6 Kg of weight. Please refer to the diagram shown below:
100.00
Captive Fasteners
in Enclosure Lid
7.50
10.50
25.00
Fastener to suit
Mounting Substrate
Note:
See Through hole
Dimensions in base
of enclosure
Mounting Substrate
Enclosure Base
Enclosure Lid
Mounting A Non-Enclosed Receiver PCB
If you are mounting an RX3 receiver PCB in an alternative enclosure, all necessary PCB
dimensions and suggested mounting plate dimensions are given on page 27.
Mains Input
Mains input shall be one of the following:
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A 13A fused spur from an available ring main.
A direct radial feed from a consumer unit protected by a 6A MCB.
In both cases preferred isolation is via an RCD to minimise disconnection time should a fault
occur.
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Cabling Recommendations
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All connected cables should be inaccessible to the passer by and protected from exposure
to weather elements, physical trauma and possible vandalism.
All cable glands and conduit joints at the enclosure must be weatherproof.
Mains in: Minimum conductor size = 0.75mm2 flex.
If mounting externally, ensure that all exposed cable runs greater than 2 metres are run in
galvanised steel conduit or armoured cable unless otherwise stated.
Cables run from the camera head to the receiver:
• Must be suitably protected from the elements.
• Must be the correct size and type – refer to manufacturers specifications.
• Must be protected from possible chafing.
Refer to ‘Cable Specification’ section page 5 for cable size specification.
Telemetry Options
‘C’ Type Transmission (coaxial cable)
Signal Specification:
Cable Recommendations:
Typical Distance:
11.50MHz carrier modulated up to 19,200 baud.
Video and Telemetry signals travel down the same cable in
different directions at different frequencies. Telemetry will
operate with link losses up to 26dB @ 11.50MHz. Most video
pictures will be severely impaired with a loss greater than
6dB in the cable. Choose an appropriate coaxial cable to
give an acceptable loss (in dB) for the required distance.
Refer to cable manufacturer’s data for further information
and NACOSS (NACP20) guidelines for greater technical
detail.
500 metres (longer distances possible using a high
specification cable).
‘D’ Type Transmission (twisted pair)
Signal Specification:
Cable Recommendations:
Typical Distance:
EIA RS485/RS422 electrical interface, up to 19,200 baud
(normally 9600 baud).
Twisted pair cable is essential for the telemetry signals with
all video signals using coaxial cable.
3km maximum transmission distance with a suitably rated
cable, e.g. Belden 8205 twisted pair or Belden 9744 two pair
(for bi-directional telemetry). Refer to cable manufacturers
data for further information and NACOSS (NACP20)
guidelines for greater technical detail.
If installation is within a high noise environment, a shielded
cable may be required such as Belden 8723 shielded two
pair.
Refer to technical specification TS-060-2 for information
regarding RS485 and RS422 cabling guidelines.
Telemetry Protocols
Protocol Selection:
The RX3 supports various telemetry protocols. (See Page
TEST MODES section starting on page 29).
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Termination
This is the cause of most uncertainty when dealing with RS485 / RS422 communications and so
a proper understanding of it is necessary.
It is important to match the impedance of the load to the characteristic impedance of the
transmission line so that the receiver ‘absorbs’ the signal and does not reflect any of the signal
which can corrupt the data. It is done by adding a terminating resistor to the two furthest ends of
the line.
This is why the daisy chain network is preferable to the star as it is much easier to
determine where the two extremities of the network are located.
= UNTERMINATED
RX3
RX3
RX3
= TERMINATED
RX3
CONTROLLER
CONTROLLER
RX3
RX3
RX3
RX3
RX3
RX3
STAR CONFIGURATION
DAISY CHAIN CONFIGURATION
All Bewator equipment has provision to switch this resistor in or out using a switch or jumper
link. The resistor value is 120Ω.
Jumper links J31 and J32 are used to switch the resistor into circuit in this case. Correct
termination is essential. Place a link to complete J31 and one to complete J32 under the
following circumstances: (Note never link between J31 and J32)
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If you are installing a single receiver.
If you are installing a number of receivers (daisy chained together) and working on the
receiver which is furthest from the controller.
Please read the notes above carefully.
Jumper Links
J31 and J32
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DIP Switch Options
Anti tamper switch
connection.
Address range link
HEXADECIMAL
address setting
switches.
Status LEDs
DIP switches
shown in the
off position.
Test Button
The DIP switches detailed on the RX3 overlay must be set for each installation in turn.
The options available are as follows:
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Camera Telemetry – Select either RS232 or RS422 to interface with the camera module.
(For Main Software version 1.37 and later: If this is set to RS232 it changes the operation of
the Telemetry Port when it is set to RS422 mode. The telemetry port will Tri-State its
transmitter when not in use so Receivers using a half duplex protocol e.g. Universal Protocol
can be multi-dropped.)
D Type Telemetry – Select either RS485 (1 pair of telemetry cables) or RS422 (2 pairs of
telemetry cables) as incoming telemetry protocol. Note: If bi-directional C Type Telemetry is
to be used the RS485 selection should be made. If multi-drop RS422 operation is required
the Camera Telemetry switch must be in set to RS232. See above.
C Type Telemetry – Either enabled or disabled depending on installation requirements.
Notes: When selected, bi-directional operation is only possible when a RS485 D Type
selection is made. When using C-Type telemetry with Molynx protocol with the receiver
controlled by a V2, V2+ or CR6000 a special Molynx protocol “A5” should be selected. (See
protocol selection in Test Mode page 29 )
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Manual Iris – Set the switch to ‘Override’ to use the manual override facility. Set the switch
to LEVEL to use the LEVEL remote facility. (See Auto / Manual Iris Override in section Lens
Drives: page 18)
Telemetry LED – This switch is used to vary the operation of the Telemetry Port Data LED.
(See Receiver LED Status on page 32)
Lens Presets – Set to ‘Enable’ by default, this switch setting allows you to enable or disable
Lens presets if required.
• Enabled: If you call up a camera preset with Lens Presets enabled, the camera head
will move to its preset position and the lens will zoom in/out and focus the image (if the
preset position has been stored accurately).
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Disabled: If you call up a camera preset with Lens Presets disabled, the camera head
will move to its preset position but the lens drives will not move.
• Load Compensation – Refer to the overlay section below. Load compensation is factory set
to C,D Light. This setting should be sufficient for the majority of pan and tilt heads. When a
camera reset is performed, the DIP switch setting will determine the starting calibration
speed of the connected head. Only Increase load compensation if the calibration sequence
fails, e.g. due to end stops not being found successfully.
Note that low input voltage camera heads may be more susceptible to the effects of
load compensation.
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Setting The Address
J11 Jumper Link
Anti Tamper
Switch
Connection
Address Range Link
Status LED
DIP Switches
Hex Switches
Telemetry Port Data LED
Camera Port Data LED
Video Lost LED
Test Button
Locate the two rotary hex switches shown in the above illustration. Each of the two switches
(SW1 and SW2) has 16 positions (0-F) used for hexadecimal address settings.
Set the switches as follows:
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Up to 512 addresses are available as shown in table 1 on page 13. Actual available address
range is dependant on the telemetry protocol. Use a small flat-blade screwdriver (2.5mm) to
set the rotary switches as desired.
For example: If SW1 is set to 2 (hex) and SW2 is set to 0 (hex) as shown below and the
address range link (J11) is off, then the ‘camera address’ is set to decimal 3
SW2
SW1
With the Address Range link (J11) in place, the same switch setting would give the camera
address 259 as shown in table 1 over the page.
Note: By fitting the ‘Address Range’ link in place as shown above, the address range is
altered from 1-256 to 257-512. Please refer to table 1 for all address variants.
Once set, the receiver address can be checked remotely (at the control room) using on screen
displays by selecting the Diagnostics 2 display.
If required the address setting can be checked on screen locally (at the receiver) using a hand
held monitor. Selection of a new address will cause that address to appear in the top left hand
corner of the screen together with the configured protocol until correctly addressed telemetry is
received. Alternatively, use the hex switch setting 21 and press the test button to access the
diagnostics screens (see Test Modes section page 29).
Soft Address 256 (Link Off & set to FF).
The Soft Address feature is reserved for future development.
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Key to Table 1
Address Range Link Position
Address 1-256 (Link Left Off)
Address 257-512 (Link In Place)
Colour Code
Table 1 : Hexadecimal Address Selection (1 – 512)
Address
No Link / Link
1
257
2
258
3
259
4
260
5
261
6
262
7
263
8
264
9
265
10
266
11
267
12
268
13
269
14
270
15
271
16
272
17
273
18
274
19
275
20
276
21
277
22
278
23
279
24
280
25
281
26
282
27
283
28
284
29
285
30
286
31
287
32
288
33
289
34
290
35
291
36
292
37
293
38
294
39
295
40
296
41
297
42
298
43
299
44
300
45
301
46
302
47
303
48
304
49
305
50
306
51
307
52
308
53
309
54
310
55
311
56
312
57
313
58
314
59
315
60
316
61
317
62
318
63
319
64
320
SW2
SW1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
Address
No Link / Link
65
321
66
322
67
323
68
324
69
325
70
326
71
327
72
328
73
329
74
330
75
331
76
332
77
333
78
334
79
335
80
336
81
337
82
338
83
339
84
340
85
341
86
342
87
343
88
344
89
345
90
346
91
347
92
348
93
349
94
350
95
351
96
352
97
353
98
354
99
355
100
356
101
357
102
358
103
359
104
360
105
361
106
362
107
363
108
364
109
365
110
366
111
367
112
368
113
369
114
370
115
371
116
372
117
373
118
374
119
375
120
376
121
377
122
378
123
379
124
380
125
381
126
382
127
383
128
384
SW2
SW1
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
Address
No Link / Link
129
385
130
386
131
387
132
388
133
389
134
390
135
391
136
392
137
393
138
394
139
395
140
396
141
397
142
398
143
399
144
400
145
401
146
402
147
403
148
404
149
405
150
406
151
407
152
408
153
409
154
410
155
411
156
412
157
413
158
414
159
415
160
416
161
417
162
418
163
419
164
420
165
421
166
422
167
423
168
424
169
425
170
426
171
427
172
428
173
429
174
430
175
431
176
432
177
433
178
434
179
435
180
436
181
437
182
438
183
439
184
440
185
441
186
442
187
443
188
444
189
445
190
446
191
447
192
448
SW2
SW1
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
Address
No Link / Link
193
449
194
450
195
451
196
452
197
453
198
454
199
455
200
456
201
457
202
458
203
459
204
460
205
461
206
462
207
463
208
464
209
465
210
466
211
467
212
468
213
469
214
470
215
471
216
472
217
473
218
474
219
475
220
476
221
477
222
478
223
479
224
480
225
481
226
482
227
483
228
484
229
485
230
486
231
487
232
488
233
489
234
490
235
491
236
492
237
493
238
494
239
495
240
496
241
497
242
498
243
499
244
500
245
501
246
502
247
503
248
504
249
505
250
506
251
507
252
508
253
509
254
510
255
511
256
512
Note: This table applies to the entire address range. You will need to position the
Address Range link for addresses 1-256 or 257-512 as preferred.
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SW2
SW1
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
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Connection to RX3
Power Connections To The PCB
RX3 is powered by local AC mains fused at 5A. Select a receiver compatible with the local
supply i.e. 230V or 110V AC.
Power connection is via the switched, fused, filtered IEC inlet. A three-way terminal block linked
to the IEC inlet is provided to enable the use of larger inlet cables up to 2.5mm2 CSA max.
An alternative IEC connector can be wired using your own 0.75mm2 mains flex if preferred.
The PCB is powered by an internal PSU delivering 24V AC @ 6Amps with local ground isolated
from earth. If you wish to connect local ground to earth, fit a link between the two at J16 as
detailed on the overlay Link Earth To Local 0V (see diagram on page 27).
Upper Power Connector:
•
•
•
Provides an alternative DC input to the PCB allowing the option of powering RX3 from an
external source if required.
Note: No 24V AC (for camera power, for example) is available if the RX3 is DC-powered.
External (N/C) tamper switch connections are made here if required.
OV
Upper
Connector
24V DC In
Tamper +
Overlay
Section
OV
Lower Power Connector:
•
All four In/Outs wired directly to the power supply (not user configurable).
OV
24V DC Out
24V AC N In
Overlay
Section
Lower
Connector
24V AC L In
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Connecting to an External AC Supply:
•
•
•
•
•
Requires a 24V AC @ 6A supply, an external smoothing capacitor and a bleeder resistor.
Recommended: 10,000uF capacitor, 63V (e.g. Farnell 306-381) and 1K, 2W resistor (e.g.
Farnell 510-749).
AC input connected to “24VAC N In” and “24VAC L In”.
Capacitor and bleeder resistor connected to “0V” and “24V DC Out”.
Take care to wire up correctly, and ensure all components are securely mounted.
10,000uF, 63V
_
+
0V
1K, 2W
24V DC Out
24V AC N In
24V AC L In
24V AC @ 6A
~
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Power Configuration
The four pre-configured relays allow switching of either 24V or 230V AC devices with loads not
exceeding 1 Amp. (Except for the ‘Wash’ relay, which can switch 2.5A when used with 24V
washers.) The input voltage to the relays is derived from the main 12 way terminal block shown
below and is connected to the User Live terminal of the Relay Input connector. The relays are
factory set for use with 24V AC devices. The input voltage to the relays can be changed at any
time to cater for mains driven devices using the alternative link set up detailed below (links are
provided in a separate bag).
NB. The neutral and ground terminals are not switched via the relays. These connections on the
Relay Input connector are provided to assist the installer when connecting equipment to the
receiver.
LOW VOLTAGE INPUT 24V A.C.
POWER
POWER
RELAYS
DRIVES
CAMERA UNIT
RELAY INPUT
LENS DRIVES
POT FEEDBACK
UPPER CONNECTORS
TELEMETRY
LOWER CONNECTORS
EARTH LINK TO PCB MUST ALWAYS BE FITTED
24V AC Live
0V
24V DC
24V AC Neut.
LOW VOLTAGE LINK CONFIGURATION
FITTED TO RX3 AS STANDARD.
MAINS INPUT 230V A.C.
CAMERA UNIT
RELAY INPUT
LENS DRIVES
POT FEEDBACK
UPPER CONNECTORS
TELEMETRY
LOWER CONNECTORS
EARTH LINK TO PCB MUST ALWAYS BE FITTED
FOR MAINS OPERATION ALTERNATIVE
LINKS SUPPLIED MUST BE FITTED AS SHOWN.
24V AC Live
Mains Neut.
Mains Live
POWER
RELAYS
DRIVES
0V
24V DC
24V AC Neut.
POWER
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Motor Drive/Lens Drive Connections
Motors and Brakes:
With reference to the overlay (see sketch below) connect the Pan and Tilt motor drives and
brakes (where applicable) to the upper ‘Drives’ connector provided.
Refer to the chart below for overlay definitions.
RX3 Connection
Brake - TD
Brake - TU
Motor - TD
Motor - TU
Brake - PR
Brake - PL
Motor - PR
Motor - PL
Definition
Feed to Tilt Brakes (Allow Tilt Down)
Feed to Tilt brakes (Allow Tilt Up)
Tilt Down
Tilt Up
Feed to Pan Brakes (Allow Pan Right)
Feed to Pan Brakes (Allow Pan Left)
Pan Right
Pan Left
BRAKES POLARITY CANNOT BE AUTO DETECTED.
CORRECT WIRING IS ESSENTIAL FOR NORMAL OPERATION.
Overlay
Section
Warning - if the pan and tilt motor polarity is incorrect, privacy zones contained within RX3 will
not work. Ensure that the Pan and Tilt motors respond correctly during the self-test sequence.
Refer to the manufacturers documentation when connecting to the pan and tilt unit
UPPER DRIVES CONNECTOR
AT RX3
REFER TO PAN AND TILT
MANUAL FOR CONNECTION
DETAIL.
MULTICORE CABLE
TO CAMERA HEAD
Note: Not all dc Pan and Tilt heads have brakes fitted as standard.
If the installed Pan and Tilt head does not have brakes,
disregard the brake connections at RX3
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BRAKE-TD
(ALLOW TILT DOWN WHEN +VE)
BRAKE-TU
(ALLOW TILT UP WHEN +VE)
MOTOR-TD
(TILT DOWN WH EN + VE)
MOTOR-TU
(TILT UP W HEN +VE)
BRAKE-PR
(ALLOW PAN RIGHT WHEN +VE)
BRAKE-PL
(ALLOW PAN LEFT WHEN +VE)
MOTOR-PR
(PAN RIGHT WHEN +VE)
MOTOR-PL
(PAN LEFT WHEN +VE)
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Lens Drives:
All lens functions can be accessed via the receiver with the exception of the auto iris function,
which is wired directly to the camera.
Overlay
Section
With reference to the overlay (see sketch above) connect the lens drives to the lower ‘Drives’
connector provided.
Note: all lens connections are made to the ‘lower’ bank of connectors.
NEVER CONNECT LENS COMMON TO EARTH OR 0V!
USE THE LENS RETURN CONNECTIONS PROVIDED.
Auto / Manual Iris Override:
• Auto Iris only – Make direct connection between the camera and lens. Refer to the lens
manual for details.
• Manual Iris - User takes control of the iris. This will take one of three forms:
1. Direct Drive – Put the ‘Manual Iris’ switch in Override position ‘on’ (see page 10).
Wire the Iris motor directly to the IRIS and LENS RETURN connections. Ensure that
‘Auto Iris’ is not selected at the keyboard. The Iris motor will be directly controlled in
a similar fashion to zoom and focus, using the keyboard functions <iris open> and
<iris close>.
2. Override remote – Put the ‘Manual Iris’ switch in Override position ‘on’ (see page
10). Wire the Override input on the lens (refer to the lens manual) to the MANUAL
IRIS connection. Ensure that ‘Auto Iris’ is not selected at the keyboard. The output
from MANUAL IRIS connection is a transitory drive voltage between 0V and 5V. This
is varied using the keyboard functions <iris open> and <iris close>. (2.5V when not
controlled)
3. LEVEL remote – Put the ‘Manual Iris’ switch in Level position ‘off’ (see page 10).
Wire LEVEL input on the lens (refer to lens manual) to MANUAL IRIS connection.
Ensure ‘Auto Iris’ is not selected at the keyboard. The output from MANUAL IRIS
connection is a steady voltage level between 1.5V and 5V. This can be adjusted
using the keyboard functions <iris open> and <iris close>.
• Switching between Manual & Auto Iris - When Auto Iris operation is selected via telemetry,
the MANUAL IRIS connection is connected to the AUTO IRIS INPUT. Most lenses will
require no further connection here as ‘open circuit’ selects their auto iris mode. However, if
the lens requires any other input to switch from manual to auto iris (e.g. Ground or 5V), this
must be wired to the AUTO IRIS INPUT connection.
Lens Drive Operation with Lens Slow Selected on Keyboard:
1. Ramp rates on all lens operations are halved. (Zoom, Focus, Iris)
2. Maximum drive output is halved.
Notes: The Manual Iris Override remote voltage range is now 1.25V to 3.75V
The Level Remote voltage range remains 1.5V to 5V.
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Lens Drive Ramp Rate Selectable via On Screen Display:
The default lens drive ramp time to maximum is 3 seconds. This ramp time can be varied using
the On Screen Display Miscellaneous Settings menu. (See pages 50 /51) Possible settings are:
1, 2 or 3 seconds.
Relay Connections
RX3 provides up to six user relays to enable control of ancillary devices such as lamps or
washer units. All of the relay connections are made at the (x2) large 10-way edge connectors
marked as Relays on the PCB overlay (see sketch below).
Overlay
Section
Common
Neutral
Common
Live
Common
Earth
Four of the six relays are pre-configured for use with the following functions:
1. Wipe (latched).
2. Camera Power (latched).
3. Wash (momentary).
4. Lamp (latched).
This simplifies matters when connecting the specified equipment, for example:
To connect a wiper - live and neutral are connected to wiper and the adjacent user
neutral. The wiper may now be switched at the control keyboard using the wiper on/off
command.
The four pre-configured relays allow switching of either 24V or 230V AC devices with loads not
exceeding 1 Amp at the keyboard. (Except for the ‘Wash’ relay, which can switch 2.5A when
used with 24V washers.) The input voltage to the relays is derived from the main 12 way
terminal block and is connected to the relays via the User Live terminals. The relays are factory
set for use with 24V devices. The input voltage to the relays can be changed at any time to
cater for mains driven devices using the alternative link set up as detailed on page 16 (links are
provided in a separate bag).
NB. The neutral and ground terminals are not switched via the relays. These connections are
provided to assist the installer when connecting equipment to the receiver.
Only use these four relays for their specified function.
Two additional auxiliary relays are provided for general use. These can switch any device up to
230V AC with a load not exceeding 1 Amp. These relays are also controlled at the Visilynx
keyboard using the AUX commands within the Main Menu Functions. Aux. 1 is latched. Aux. 2
is momentary.
An optional solid state relay (part number RX3-IRKIT) is available to allow control of loads up to
15 Amps. Please see over the page for more information.
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Connection To The Solid State Relay.
The solid state relay allows switching of loads up to 15 Amps such as high wattage lamps.
Connection to and from the relay is via the 12-way terminal block as shown below.
Note: ensure that the receiver is configured for mains operation as shown below (for more
information see page 16).
Note: the earth link to the PCB must be connected at all times as shown.
M AIN S D R IV E N -S O LID S TA TE R ELA Y
C O N N E C TIO N D ETA IL
R E LA YS
P OW E R
D R IV E S
UPPER C O NN ECTO R S
C A M E R A U N IT
RE LA Y IN P U T
P OW E R
LE N S D R IV E S
P OT FE E DB A CK
LOW ER C O N NECTO RS
TE LE M E TR Y
EARTH LIN K TO PC B M U ST ALW AYS BE FITTED
SW ITCHED LIVE
EARTH
Switched Out
Switched In
Coil Live
Coil Neutral
Mains Live
Mains Neut.
24V AC Live
24V AC Neut.
24V DC
0V
E XT E R N A L
LA MP
LIVE
D E D IC ATED
SUPPLY
NEU TRAL
Earth link for dedicated mains supply must
always be made when using solid state relay.
If solid state relay is not fitted, contact Bewator for an upgrade option kit (RX3-IRKIT), and
reference INS00275 (supplied with kit) for fitting details.
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Camera Unit
Camera Unit Connections
All camera connections at the receiver are via the ‘upper’ Camera Unit connector (refer to the
overlay). Auto iris connection is made via the four-pin connector on the side of the camera
(camera documentation is needed to configure the connector).
RX3 currently supports camera telemetry for: JVC cameras (Models: TK-C1360 and
TK-C 1460/1480); Baxall cameras; Samsung cameras (models: 520 & SHC-721A/SOC4120A/SVD-4120A) and an editable Generic camera protocol. Camera On Screen Display
navigation is possible. (See Camera Set-up section page 58). There is also an additional
optional operation whereby for JVC cameras the Camera Shutter Auto setting is selected when
AUX 2 or AUX 3 operation is selected via Telemetry. There is also User Function option
available for AUX 2 or AUX 3 operation (See Camera Set-up section page 58).
To facilitate camera telemetry, you will need to hard wire a multi-core cable between the
camera and the receiver (four way cable for RS422 Duplex, two way for RS422/RS485
simplex and three way for RS232).
The camera telemetry options are as follows:
Overlay Section
Connection At RX3
Connection At Camera
RS422 RX RS422 RX +
RS422 TX –
RS422 TX +
RS232 RX
RS232 TX
TX – (e.g. Terminal B JVC 1460)
TX + (e.g. Terminal A JVC 1460)
RX – (e.g. Terminal C JVC 1460)
RX + (e.g. Terminal D JVC 1460)
TX (RS232)
RX (RS232)
All relevant telemetry and power connections to the camera are shown over the page.
RX3 Software upgrades may be installed using the camera port, if required.
Connect an RS232 cable between your PC and RX3 ‘Camera Unit’ observing the pin-outs
shown below:
RX3 Software downloads using the camera port are via RS232.
Connection to the port is as shown here.
RS232 Connection At PC
Connection At RX3
RS232 RX
RS232 TX
0V
Pin 2 = RS232 RX
Pin 3 = RS232 TX
Pin 5 = Ground
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Pan and Tilt Positional Feedback Pots
Pan and Tilt Pots are connected to RX3 using the lower Camera Unit connector.
With reference to the overlay connect Pot positive, Pot negative and Pan and Tilt wiper returns
to their allotted positions as shown below.
Connection to Pot Positive and Pot Negative is at either of the two points provided (refer to the
overlay section shown below).
Motor Pots
Potentiometer +ve
Potentiometer -ve
Pan Wiper (single wiper)
Pan Wiper (Continuous Rotation – dual wiper)
Tilt Wiper
FOCUS
Connections at RX3
Pot +
0V
Pan Pot 1
Pan Pot 2
Tilt Pot
0v
WIPER
Pot +ve
ZOOM
WIPER
Focus Pot
Zoom Pot
TILT
WIPER
Tilt Pot
NOTE: THESE LINKS
ARE INTERNAL
Pan Pot 2
PAN
WIPER
Pan Pot 1
Pot +ve
0V
Note: Pan Pot 2 is provided for Continuous Rotation heads with dual wiper pots.
Overlay Section
The Pan and Tilt connections are detailed on the overlay section shown here.
Note: If accidentally the potentiometer power connections 0V and Pot+ are cross wired
this will not effect the operation of the RX3. It makes appropriate adjustments for this
during the Camera Reset process.
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Telemetry
Telemetry Connection to Receiver
D Type -/RX-
D Type -/RX+
0Volts
D Type TX -
D Type TX +
0Volts
Several Telemetry options are provided as shown below in the illustrations and, overlay
sections.
Video In
D-Type connection is via the only
six-way terminal available, labelled
as Telemetry on the overlay.
Video Out
C-Type connection is via the
Video out BNC connector
provided on the PCB.
Note: if high levels of noise are experienced, terminate the cable shield at 0V.
Controller
RS485
RS485 (+)
RS485 (-)
RS422 SIMPLEX
Controller
RX(+) and RX(-)
NOT CONNECTED
RS422 TX(+)
RS422 TX(-)
Controller
RS422 DUPLEX (BI-DIRECTIONAL)
RS422 RX +
RS422 RX RS422 TX +
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Alarms
RX3-AKIT
Alarm PCB
6-Way Alarm Header
Supplied with kit.
Refer to Overlay for
connection detail.
An optional alarm board (part number RX3-AKIT shown above) is available providing up to five
optically isolated alarm inputs for general use. If required, this board is mounted on the pin strip
sections provided as shown in the photograph below. Connection to the PCB is via the upper
Telemetry connector detailed below and on the PCB overlay.
Overlay
Section
Alarms
Camera Telemetry
Dry contacts can be connected between the alarm inputs and the isolated 0 volts provided, and
are configured at the controller as normally open or normally closed.
To aid installation an LED indicator is provided (one for each alarm) on the PCB, which is
illuminated when contact is made.
Fitting the Alarm Board
Numbered LED
Indicators
Fit the alarm board to the
double and single pin strip
header provided as shown.
Connection is via
the 6-Way upper
telemetry connector
(refer to the overlay
section shown
above).
Use the Video In/Out
Connector for positional
reference.
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Tamper Alarm
M2 Nuts
Micro-Switch Assembly
Mounting Plate
M2 X 8 Pan Hd pozi
M3 X 6 Skt Hd Cap
2-WaySocket for
connection to J2
An optional tamper alarm is available (part number RX3-TKIT shown above) in the form of a
normally closed micro-switch fitted to the RX3 chassis plate at the rear of the PCB and
terminated at jumper J2 on the PCB. J2 is shown on the illustration over the page labelled as
Internal Tamper Switch.
An additional tamper alarm contact is provided for convenience. Connection is between Tamper
+ and 0V on the Upper Power Connector (overlay section shown below). This is a generalpurpose normally closed dry contact alarm input and can be used externally.
Additional tamper alarm
connected between
Tamper + and 0V
The two tamper contacts are in series, so if either or both alarms are not used, a shorting link
must be placed across the relevant termination i.e. J1 or J2 (please refer to the PCB layout
diagram over the page).
If either alarm is activated at the receiver, the VIDEO LOST LED will flash fast. This is done to
aid the installer who does not have the option to view on-screen messaging.
Note: NEITHER TAMPER INPUT IS ISOLATED and therefore must only be used physically
close to the Receiver unit. Other use may result in false alarms, or in some cases,
damage to the Receiver.
Alarm Set-up
When either the Alarm Board or Tamper Alarm is fitted the alarms should be set-up using the
On Screen Menu. See section on Alarms starting on page 51
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PCB Dimensions And Component Reference
Component Location
J11
J2
J3
J1
J16
J31 J32
Suggested PCB mounting plate
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Camera Reset and Test Modes
The camera-reset command is an auto calibration/detection function allowing RX3 to store
information about the camera head calibration i.e. motor end stops and zoom extents etc.
This feature is normally used when the camera is powered for the first time or if the operating
parameters are changed in any way. A camera reset can be instigated remotely at the keyboard
(Via special command or On Screen Display) or locally at the receiver.
Note: Before performing a Camera Reset ensure the Hard end-stops are positioned
appropriately to prevent head damage resulting from camera movement during reset
operation. Selecting Service Mode or use of Pan and Tilt operation via the test button can be
used to aid this set-up.
With the installation complete, you must perform a Camera Reset to enable normal operation of
RX3 (RX3 will not operate until a camera reset has been performed).
When RX3 is powered up, the Camera Port LED will flash fast if a camera reset is required. This
feature is particularly useful when working locally to the receiver without access to a monitor.
The camera reset can be done via the appropriate telemetry command, or more conveniently at
the receiver using the test button and the appropriate hex. switch setting as follows:
1. Select E2 at the hex. switches.
2. Press the Test Button and hold
for approx. 5 seconds. Observe
the camera head cycle through
its sequence.
Status LED
Hex Switches
Telemetry Port Data LED
Camera Port Data LED
Video Lost LED
3. Now set the Camera address
using the hex. switches.
Test Button
Note: For your own safety, when performing a camera reset you must
anticipate camera movement. Keep away from the camera head.
With the camera reset performed, a full functional test can now be carried out at the receiver
using the test button and hex. switches. This will ensure the accuracy of the installed wiring
before attempting to use the camera head (particularly useful in remote locations). Set the
switches for the desired test and then press the test button – keeping out of the way at all times.
All available test modes are listed over the page.
If a problem with the wiring to the Pan, Tilt, Zoom or Focus is discovered, check and correct
faulty wiring where necessary.
Note: Another camera reset must be performed after all wiring corrections and changes.
To ensure all previously stored self-calibration data is replaced, do a Clear All Data and
Camera Reset using hex. switch setting E4.
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Test Mode
Hex
Setting
Function
Response
Hex
Setting
10
Lamps (2)
Connected lamps are
switched using the test
button.
*See note below
Function
Response
00
Self Test
(1)
Auto test function. Will perform all
functions 01→08 in turn for 2 seconds
and 09→10 for 1 second.
01
Pan Right
(2)
Causes the connected PTZ to pan
right until the test button is released
or the end stops are reached.
21
Cycle
Diagnostics
OSD (1)
02
Pan Left
(2)
Causes the connected PTZ to pan left
until the test button is released or the
end stops are reached.
23
OSD Menu
Command (1)
Perform On Screen
Display Menu
command.
03
Tilt Up (2)
Causes the connected PTZ to tilt up
until the test button is released or the
end stops are reached.
24
OSD Up
Command (1)
Perform On Screen
Display Up command.
04
Tilt Down
(2)
Causes the connected PTZ to tilt
down until the test button is released
or the end stops are reached.
25
OSD Down
Command (1)
Perform On Screen
Display Down
command.
05
Zoom In
(2)
Connected lens zooms in until the test
button is released or the end stops
are reached.
26
OSD Set
Command (1)
Perform On Screen
Display Set/Enter
command.
06
Zoom Out
(2)
Connected lens zooms out until the
test button is released or the end
stops are reached.
27
OSD Right
Command (1)
Perform On Screen
Display Right
command.
07
Focus Far
(2)
Connected lens travels to its furthest
focal point until the test button is
released or the end stops are
reached.
28
OSD Left
Command (1)
Perform On Screen
Display Left command.
08
Focus
Near (2)
Connected lens travels to its nearest
focal point until the test button is
released or the end stops are
reached.
A1
Set Telem.
Port to
Molynx(3)
Sets the receiver
telemetry port (TB2) to
Molynx Telemetry.
C-Type of V3/V3i only
See note below.
09
Iris Close
(2)
Lens iris is driven shut until the test
button is released or the end stops
are reached (manual iris lenses only).
A2
Set Telem.
Port to V3R (3)
Sets the telemetry port
(TB2) to V3R protocol
see note below.
0A
Iris Open
(2)
Lens iris is driven open until the test
button is released or the end stops
are reached (manual iris lenses only).
A3
Sets the telemetry port
(TB2) to Ernitec
protocol.
0B
Wash (2)
Wash function is enabled until the test
button is released.
A4
Set Telem.
Port to
Ernitec(3)
Set Telem.
Port to
Universal (3)
0C
AUX 2 (2)
Switches Aux. 2 relay
A5
0D
Camera
On (2)
Camera power is switched using the
test button.
A6
0E
AUX 1 (2)
Switches Aux. 1 relay
A7
0F
Wipe (2)
Wiper is energised until the test
button is released
C1
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Set Telem.
Port to C-Type
Molynx (3)
Sets the telemetry port
(TB2) to Videmech
Universal protocol.
Sets the telemetry port
(TB2) to Special
Molynx protocol. For
C-Type telemetry.
See note below.
Set Telem.
Port to Pelco D
(3)
Set Telem.
Port to Pelco P
(3)
Sets the telemetry port
(TB2) to Pelco D
protocol. 2400, N,8, 1
Cam – JVC
1360 (3)
Set Camera port to
JVC 1360 Protocol.
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Sets the telemetry port
(TB2) to Pelco P
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Hex
Setting
Function
C2
Cam – JVC 1460
(3)
Set Camera port to JVC
1460 / 80 Protocol.
E8
Set NTSC
Mode (3)
Set Video Mode to NTSC
Cam – V3R (3)
*See note below
E9
Set PAL
Mode (3)
Set Video Mode to PAL
C4
Cam – Baxall(3)
Set Camera port to Baxall
Protocol.
EE
Enter Service
Mode (3)
C5
Cam – Samsung
520 (3)
Set Camera port to
Samsung Protocol for
SDN-520 Camera
F1
Store Tilt
Zero Ref. (3)
C6
Cam – Samsung
SHC-721A
SOC-4120A,
SVD-4120A (3)
Set Camera port to
Protocol for SHC-721A
SOC-4120A, SVD-4120A
Cameras
F2
Store Tilt 45°
Ref. (3)
C7
Cam – Generic(3)
Set Camera port to
Configurable Generic
Protocol.
F3
Store Tilt 90°
Ref. (3)
E1
Default Functions
(3)
Reserved for future use
F4
Store Pan
Point 1 Ref.
(3)
E2
Camera Reset (3)
*See
F5
Store Pan
90° Ref. (3)
E3
Clear Preset (3)
Clear all preset Data and
Camera Reset.
F6
Store Pan
180° Ref. (3)
E4
Clear Store (3)
Clear all stored Data and
Camera Reset.
FF
Download
SW (1)
C3
Response
note below
Hex
Setting
Function
Response
Forces receiver into
service mode. E.g. to allow
endstop adjustment using
test button actions.
Store Tilt Zero Reference
Position for use in Privacy
Zone calibration via On
Screen Displays
Store Tilt 45° reference
position for use in Privacy
Zone calibration via On
Screen Displays.
Store Tilt 90° reference
position for use in Privacy
Zone calibration via On
Screen Displays.
Store Pan point 1
Reference position for use
in Privacy Zone calibration
via On Screen Displays
Store Pan 90° reference
position for use in Privacy
Zone calibration via On
Screen Displays.
Store Pan 180° reference
position for use in Privacy
Zone calibration via On
Screen Displays.
Force software download
when button is pressed
(1) Performs operation once when button is pressed.
(2) Starts operation on button press and continues while button remains pressed.
(3) Destructive test button operation (permanently changes or loses user set-up in some way)
Flashes the Status, Camera and Telemetry Port LEDs fast for 2-3 seconds while button is
depressed and then performs stated operation. LEDs stop flashing. If button is released
while LEDs are flashing, the operation will not take place.
*Diagnostics Display
-----DIAGNOSTICS 1-----
-----DIAGNOSTICS 2-----
PAN1 321
PAN2
---TILT 404
ZOOM
482
FOCUS 475
.
TEMP
28 C
.
PAN CURRENT
0 MA .
TILT CURRENT
0 MA .
MOTOR DRIVE TEMP
BRAKE CUT-OUT
LENS CUT-OUT
PAN POSITION:
TILT POSITION:
>MORE
ESCAPE
21.2 D
-8.6 D
OK
OK
OK
RECEIVER ADDRESS
1
SOFT ID NUM. 1847152321
MAIN
S/W241
FLASH BOOT S/W242
>MORE
ESCAPE
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1.45
1.40
You will need to attach a monitor
to the video out BNC and a video
source (e.g. the camera) to the
video in BNC prior to selecting this
test. Select Cycle Diagnostics
(Hex setting 21) and press the test
button. Two diagnostic information
screens will appear alternately at
the monitor as follows:
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The test button allows you to cycle between screen 1, screen 2 and screen off. The diagnostic
displays contain useful information such as Pot feedback values, current consumption and
address settings etc. For more information about this facility, please refer to the Diagnostics
section on page 59.
*Camera Reset
The camera-reset command is an auto calibration/detection function allowing RX3 to store
information about the camera head calibration i.e. motor end stops and zoom extents etc.
This feature is normally used when the camera is powered for the first time or if the operating
parameters are changed in any way. A camera reset can be instigated remotely at the keyboard
or locally at the receiver.
To instigate a camera reset at the receiver, use the test button and Hex. switch setting E2.
This is a safety feature, which ensures that the installer is not struck during an
unexpected reset.
If the RX3 is re-connected to a different head or and wiring change is performed any stored
calibration data may stop correct operation. In this case use the hex. switch setting E4 which
ensures all old data is erased before the new self-calibration takes place.
*Tel. V3R
Selecting A2 and pressing the test button will set the receiver telemetry port to V3R protocol.
You will need to observe the Camera and Telemetry port LEDs, which will flash quickly for 2 or
3 seconds when you try to select this option. Hold down the test button until the LEDs go out to
ensure that V3R protocol is selected. If you release the button too soon the protocol change will
not take place.
V3R is a Bewator protocol designed to allow remote control, diagnostics and software transfer
direct to the receiver from a PC with VisiPC installed. Software transfer is achieved within the
Configurator side of VisiPC using the ‘Transfer’ and ‘Software Option’ commands.
Please seek technical advice if you are not familiar with VisiPC.
*Tel. Molynx
Selecting A1 and pressing the test button will set the receiver telemetry port to Molynx protocol.
You will need to observe the Camera and Telemetry port LEDs, which will flash quickly for 2 or
3 seconds when you try to select this option. Hold down the test button until the LEDs go out to
ensure that Molynx protocol is selected. If you release the button too soon the protocol change
will not take place.
This is the selection to use for all D-Type Molynx connections but only on C-Type when used
with a V3 or V3i controller. Note: If connecting to a V2, V2+ or CR6000 controller via C-Type the
special Molynx protocol should be used. This is done by selecting A5 and pressing the test
button as above.
*Cam. V3R
Selecting C3 and pressing the test button will set the Camera telemetry port to V3R protocol.
You will need to observe the Camera and Telemetry port LEDs, which will flash quickly for 2 or
3 seconds when you try to select this option. Hold down the test button until the LEDs go out to
ensure that V3R protocol is selected. If you release the button too soon the protocol change will
not take place.
V3R is a Bewator protocol designed to allow remote control, diagnostics and software transfer
direct to the receiver from a PC with VisiPC installed. Software transfer is achieved within the
Configurator side of VisiPC using the ‘Transfer’ and ‘Software Option’ commands.
Please seek technical advice if you are not familiar with VisiPC.
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Receiver LED Status
Four LEDs are provided to indicate the status of the receiver PCB as follows:
•
Status – The status LED displays the overall status of the receiver as follows:
Operation
Colour
Power On & System Initialising
System OK
Waiting for Software
Destructive Test Button Operation Selected
(mode 3 – see section starting page 29)
Failure, Error or Service Mode active
Status
Red
Off for approx. 5 Secs
On
Fast Flash
Fast Flash
Slow Flash
Note: All other LED actions are invalid until Status LED is on after initialisation.
•
Telemetry Port Data LED (Telem.) – is illuminated when RX3 is receiving valid receiver
telemetry. The definition of valid data depends on the setting of the Telemetry LED switch.
When Address, valid data is any telemetry addressed to this receiver. When All, valid data is
any telemetry addressed to any receiver.
The LED operation is as follows:
Operation
Colour
Power On & System Initialising
Telemetry LED switch State:
Off: Received Valid Data for this receiver.
On: Received any Valid Data
Destructive Test Button Operation Selected
(mode 3 – see section starting page 29)
Port Idle
•
Fast Flash
Off
Camera Port Data LED (Cam.) – is illuminated when RX3 is receiving/sending valid
telemetry via the camera port. Received valid data is anything addressed to this receiver.
The LED operation is as follows:
Operation
Colour
Power On & System Initialising
Transmitting Data
Valid Data for/from this receiver
Destructive Test Button Operation Selected
(mode 3 – see section starting page 29)
Camera Reset Required
Port Idle
•
Status
Green
On for approx. 5 Secs
Blink On
Status
Green
On for approx. 5 Secs
On
Blink On
Fast Flash
Fast Flash
Off
Video Lost LED (Vid. Lost) – is illuminated when the video signal is lost or disconnected as
follows:
Operation
Colour
Power On State
Video Lost
Receiver Generated Video Loss
Video Present
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Status
Blue
On for approx. 5 Secs
On
Fast Flash
Off
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On Site References
For effective calibration for privacy zones, the following reference points must be noted:
• True horizontal position of head (that is 900 from the pan rotation axis). (Test Button F1)
• 45 degrees from horizontal or, (Test Button F2)
• 90 degrees from horizontal (whichever is easiest). (Test Button F3)
Measure from the
camera head (tilt
platform) to the ground.
Now apply this
measurement from the
base of the pole
outwards and mark the
ground. Tilt the camera
head down and focus
on the mark to achieve
the required 450 angle.
Also:
• Initial reference point at one pan stop. (Test Button F4)
• 90 degrees from the initial reference position or, (Test Button F5)
• 180 degrees from the initial reference position. (Test Button F6)
90 Degrees from
Reference
Initial
Reference
Point
180 Degrees from
Reference Point
Mounting Bracket
Camera Head
Plan View
Mounting Surface
Ensure that the camera and lens assembly is positioned correctly in the housing to
prevent a false reading.
These reference points can be recorded in one or more ways and should be used in conjunction
the On Screen Displays to later calibrate the receiver. (See Privacy Zone calibration menus on
Page 42).
1) Recorded via Test Button and Address Switch Operation (Recommended Method):
Move the camera head to the appropriate reference position set the address switch to the
appropriate value F1 → F6 and hold the Test Button down for approximately 5 seconds until
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the LEDs stop flashing. (See Test Modes section starting on Page 29) These actions store
the reference positions in the receiver so that they can be used later.
2) Record Physical reference points:
Using a hand held monitor, pinpoint physical reference points on screen (noting the position
of the head) and make a note of these.
For example:
• Horizontal position – “camera level with second floor window ledge when zoomed in
fully.”
• 900 down from horizontal - “camera head reaches tilt down stops.”
• Initial Pan Reference Point – “Left hand pan stops.”
• 1800 from pan ref. Point – “lamp post in front of residential area.”
3) Record Feedback values at reference points:
Using a hand held monitor, pinpoint a physical reference point on screen. Use the Test
Button and switch setting 21 view the Diagnostic Display 1. (See page 59.) Record the
appropriate Pan or Tilt feedback value. Repeat for all reference points.
The privacy zone calibration On Screen Displays show the appropriate feedback value and thus
allow camera movement back to required position. (See Privacy Zone calibration menus starting
on Page 42)
The more accurate these reference points are, the better.
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Using RX3
Having completed the installation and set up process, RX3 is now ready for use. Please read
the following sections first and familiarise yourself with the basic functions. Privacy zones can
only be used if the RX3 has been properly calibrated. Once calibrated the RX3 will save the
settings. If the settings change for any reason, you will need to recalibrate for privacy zones to
ensure accuracy, see section starting on page 42.
How To Access On Screen Menus
Note: Before menus can be displayed a video source (e.g. Camera) must be connected to
the RX3.
The method used to access the on screen displays within privacy zones will vary for different
control systems. If Visilynx II or Visilynx 3 is installed, access is via the soft-key functions on the
keyboard as follows:
Access the Program menu using the key-switch.
Select
‘Camera Set-up’
As soon as Camera Set-up is selected by pressing the adjacent soft key, the on screen display
will appear on the selected monitor and the following screen will enable control of the OSD at
the keyboard:
Use the soft-key functions for Up, Down, Left, Right and Set to control the OSD menus.
If a 6000 series controller is used, access to the Camera Set-up menu is again from within the
Program mode. Toggle through the available menus using the joystick and then select the
menu as normal (refer to the 6000 series manual INS06001 for keyboard functions).
Use the Up, Down, Left, Right and Set commands to control the OSD menus as shown below.
MENU KEY
ENTER / SET KEY
MOVE THE CURSOR LEFT / RIGHT ON SCREEN
MOVE THE CURSOR UP / DOWN ON SCREEN
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On Screen Menus And Functions
Select the Camera Set-up feature on the keyboard. Once activated the main Menu is displayed
on the selected monitor. Toggle the menus on and off using the MENU key.
----- BEWATOR RX3 -----.
>PRIVACY ZONES AND SETUP.
SOFT END-STOP SETUP
.
SETTINGS AND TEXTS
.
CAMERA SETUP
.
DIAGNOSTICS
.
PATTERN
.
SET/CHANGE PASS-CODES .
If the operator pass-code is set then the following sub-menu is displayed. Only after a correct
code is accepted will the main menu be displayed.
--ENTER OPERATOR CODE-->
0
*
*
*
ACCEPT
On the Main menu set the cursor (>) to a desired sub-menu using the UP and DOWN keys.
Press the SET key. The selected sub-menu screen is displayed. For example:
--PRIVACY ZONES SET UP->REVIEW ZONE
DEFINE ZONES
CALIBRATE ZONES
.
.
.
ESCAPE
Use the UP and DOWN keys to position the cursor (>) adjacent to a desired item. The LEFT
and RIGHT keys are used to move the cursor context on a line or in conjunction with the SET
key to change a parameter. The SET key operation depends on the context. It is used to select
lower menus, change parameter values and to do/confirm actions.
A tree of on screen menus is shown below.
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----- BEWATOR RX3 -----.
-----PRIVACY ZONES-----
>PRIVACY ZONES AND SETUP.
SOFT END-STOP SETUP
.
SETTINGS AND TEXTS
.
CAMERA SETUP
.
DIAGNOSTICS
.
PATTERN
.
SET/CHANGE PASS-CODES .
PRIVACY ZONES ARE NOT .
ENABLED ON THIS
.
RECEIVER
.
>NEXT
.
SET COLOUR.
DELETE
.
AN UPGRADE IS AVAILABLE
FROM YOUR DISTRIBUTOR .
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
--PRIVACY ZONES SET UP->REVIEW ZONE
DEFINE ZONES
CALIBRATE ZONES
.
.
.
ESCAPE
>
--DEFINE PRIVACY ZONES-MOVE/ZOOM CAMERA
UNTIL WHOLE OF AREA
FOR ZONE IS VISIBLE
MOVE CROSS HAIR WITH
JOYSTICK TO TOP LEFT
CORNER AND DEFINE
EXPAND ZONE TO SIZE
SELECT ZONE COLOUR
SAVE ZONE
>CONTINUE
ESCAPE
>
POSITION CAMERA
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
SAVE ZONE
SET COLOUR
ESCAPE
--ENTER INSTALLER CODE--
--SET TILT REFERENCE---
----SET TILT SCALE-----
0
*
*
*
ACCEPT
TILT CAMERA UP OR DOWN.
UNTIL IT IS AT A RIGHT.
ANGLE TO THE AXIS OF .
TILT CAMERA UNTIL IT .
HAS MOVED EITHER OF THE
SELECTED ANGLES DOWN .
FROM THE TILT REFERENCE
145
347
ESCAPE
PAN ROTATION
.
(NORMALLY HORIZONTAL) .
>SAVE SETTING
.
ESCAPE.
---PRIVACY ZONES CAL.->SET TILT REF
TILT SCALE
SET PAN SCALE
ADJUST PAN REF
CALIBRATE ZOOM
NEEDED
NEEDED
NEEDED
NEEDED
NEEDED
CAL. FROM TEST BUTTON .
ALL ZONES
.
ENABLED.
ESCAPE
>SAVE 45 DEGREE DOWN
SAVE 90 DEGREE DOWN
ESCAPE
-----SET PAN SCALE-----
-----SET PAN SCALE-----
MOVE CAMERA LEFT/RIGHT.
SET POINT 1, THEN MOVE.
AGAIN BY SELECTED ANGLE
AND SET EITHER POINT .
PAN SCALING FAILED:
REPEAT PROCESS
>CONTINUE
ESCAPE
730
SET POINT 1
SET POINT 2 AT
>SET POINT 2 AT
ESCAPE
DONE .
90 DEG
180 DEG
----ZOOM CALIBRATION----
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--PRIVACY ZONES SET UP->SET TILT REF
TILT SCALE
SET PAN SCALE
ADJUST PAN REF
CALIBRATE ZOOM
NEEDED
NEEDED
NEEDED
NEEDED
NEEDED
--ADJUST PAN REFERENCE—MOVE CAMERA LEFT/RIGHT .
TO REQUIRED POSITION
.
465
CAL. FROM TEST BUTTON .
ALL ZONES
.
ENABLED.
ESCAPE
---DATA ERASE WARNING-PRESET / PATTERN /
PRIVACY ZONE DATA
ALREADY STORED.
.
.
.
CALIBRATION ACTIONS
.
CAUSE THIS TO BE LOST .
>CONTINUE .
ESCAPE.
-CAL. FROM TEST BUTTONTILT ZERO
.
SET
TILT 45
.
SET
TILT 90
.
CLEAR
>CALIBRATE TILT AT 45
.
.
.
.
PAN ZERO
.
SET
PAN 90
.
CLEAR
PAN 180
.
SET
CALIBRATE PAN AT 180
DONE
ESCAPE
.
.
.
.
>SAVE SETTING
ESCAPE
----ZOOM CALIBRATION---1)ZOOM OUT FULLY
2)SELECT A VERTICAL
..REFERENCE LINE
3)MOVE CAMERA UNTIL
..LEFT LINE IS OVER
..REF. THEN PRESS SET
4)REPEAT STEPS IN
..FOR RIGHT HAND LINE
5)MORE STEPS AS NEEDED
>CONTINUE .
ESCAPE.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
----ZOOMED OUT CAL.---->SET: L:--------R:-------
ESCAPE
----ZOOM CAL.2 LEFT----
----ZOOM CAL.2 LEFT----
ZOOM OUT. MOVE LINE TO.
REF. AND PRESS SET
.
ZOOM IN. PAN LINE TO
REF. AND PRESS SET
>ESCAPE
.
.
>ESCAPE
---ZOOM CALIBRATION----
----ZOOM CAL.2 RIGHT---
----ZOOM CAL.2 RIGHT---
ZOOM CAL. FAILED:
REPEAT PROCESS
ZOOM OUT. PAN LINE TO .
REF. AND PRESS SET
.
ZOOM IN. PAN LINE TO
REF. AND PRESS SET
.
.
>CONTINUE .
ESCAPE.
>ESCAPE
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----- BEWATOR RX3 -----
--- SOFT END-STOPS ----
-------SETTINGS--------
>PRIVACY ZONES AND SETUP
SOFT END-STOP SETUP
.
SETTINGS AND TEXTS
.
CAMERA SETUP
.
DIAGNOSTICS
.
PATTERN
.
SET/CHANGE PASS-CODES .
>CLEAR PAN SOFT ENDS
.
PAN LEFT E/S
CLEAR
PAN RIGHT E/S
CLEAR
>PAN ORIENTATION NORMAL
TILT ORIENTATION NORMAL
CLEAR TILT SOFT ENDS .
TILT UP
E/S
CLEAR
TILT DOWN E/S
CLEAR
ESCAPE
VIDEO GAIN/HF LIFT +0DB
LENS RAMP TIME . 1 SEC.
---INACTIVITY RETURN--ACTION
. HOME
.
TIME PERIOD . 10 MINS .
ESCAPE
--------PATTERN------->RECALL PATTERN
RECORD PATTERN
.
.
*********-------------ESCAPE
---SETTINGS AND TEXTS->MISCELLANEOUS SETTINGS.
ALARM SETTINGS
.
CLEAR DATA / RESET CAM.
CONFIGURE OSD
.
CAMERA DETAILS
.
CAMERA PROTOCOL
.
CONFIGURE PRESETS
.
ASSIGN PRESETS
.
SECTOR TEXTS
.
>
0
*
*
*
ACCEPT
>ALARM 1
.
ALARM 2
.
ALARM 3
.
ALARM 4
.
ALARM 5
.
TAMPER ALARM
SET ALARM RESUME
.
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
--ENTER INSTALLER CODE--
----ALARM SETTINGS-----
---CLEAR EEPROM DATA-----AND CAMERA RESET -->RESET CAMERA
DEFAULT TO SWITCHES
CLEAR PRESETS / RESET
CLEAR STORE / RESET
.
.
.
.
-----ALARM RESUME----->ACTION
TIME PERIOD
. HOME
.
. 10 MINS.
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
SERVICE MODE
OFF.
ESCAPE
-OSD OPERATION LOCKED--
----ALARM CONFIGURE--->ALARM 1
ENABLED
CONTACT
VIDEO LOSS
OSD OPERATION HAS BEEN.
LOCKED FOR 20 MINUTES .
DUE TO ENTRY OF AN
.
INVALID PASS-CODE
.
>CONTINUE
.
.
.
.
ON .
N/O .
ON .
ALARM NAME:.
EDITABLE ALARM TEXT.
CLEAR NAME .
ESCAPE
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---SETTINGS AND TEXTS--
----CAMERA DETATILS----
-----CONFIGURE OSD-----
>MISCELLANEOUS SETTINGS.
ALARM SETTINGS
.
CLEAR DATA / RESET CAM.
CONFIGURE OSD
.
CAMERA DETAILS
.
CAMERA PROTOCOL
.
CONFIGURE PRESETS
.
ASSIGN PRESETS
.
SECTOR TEXTS
.
RECEIVER ADDRESS:.
1
>CAMERA NUMBER
. 0001
LINE POS.
>CAMERA NUMBER 1
OFF
CAMERA NAME
1
OFF
PRESET NUMBER 4
OFF
PRESET NAME
4 RIGHT
SECTOR NAME
5
OFF
ALARM NAME
2 RIGHT
STATUS
3 RIGHT
TOUR/PATTERN
OFF
PREVIEW DISPLAY .
ESCAPE
NAME:
.
EDITABLE CAMERA TEXT
CLEAR NAME
.
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
----CAMERA PROCOCOL----
-----SECTOR TEXTS-----SECTOR NUMBER
>CAMERA PROT:
JVC 1480
APPLY PROTOCOL
.
. 16
SECTOR NAME:
.
>EDITABLE SECTOR TEXT
CLEAR NAME
COPY NAME
PASTE NAME
BAUD RATE:
PARITY:
DATA BITS
APPLY SETTINGS
.
.
.
ADVANCED SETTINGS
ESCAPE
.
>CONFIG GENERIC PROT.
.
CAMERA ON AUX
AUX 3
OPERATION
JVC SHUTTER
CONFIG USER AUX FUNC. .
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
-----ASSIGN PRESETS--->TOUR
.
RANDOM
.
PATTERN
.
ALARM 1
.
ALARM 2
.
ALARM 3
.
ALARM 4
.
ALARM 5
.
TAMPER ALARM
9600
E
8
.
---ADVANCED SETTINGS---
OFF
OFF
OFF
94
95
96
97
98
99
--ENTER INSTALLER CODE->
0
*
*
*
ACCEPT
>ACTION:
.
AUX ON.
1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00
9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00
13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00
17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00
ESCAPE
COMMAND LENGTH
ESCAPE
.
0
ESCAPE
---CONFIGURE PRESETS-->PRESET NUMBER.
STORED:
.
-CONFIG USER AUX FUNC.-
1
YES
-OSD OPERATION LOCKED-OSD OPERATION HAS BEEN.
LOCKED FOR 20 MINUTES .
DUE TO ENTRY OF AN
.
INVALID PASS-CODE
.
PRESET NAME: .
EDITABLE PRESET TEXT
>CONTINUE
STORE PRESET .
CLEAR NAME
.
DELETE PRESET.
-CONFIG GENERIC PROT.->ACTION:
.
1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00
9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00
13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00
17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00
COMMAND LENGTH
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
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----- BEWATOR RX3 ----PRIVACY ZONES AND SETUP
SOFT END-STOP SETUP
.
SETTINGS AND TEXTS
.
>CAMERA SETUP
.
DIAGNOSTICS
.
PATTERN
.
SET/CHANGE PASS-CODES .
NO CAMERA PROTOCOL HAS.
BEEN CONFIGURED
.
>ESCAPE
SYNC ADJUST
ALC SETTINGS
VIDEO ADJUST
MODE SELECT
MOTION DETECT
COMMUNICATION
FACTORY SETTINGS
-----DIAGNOSTICS 1-----
-----DIAGNOSTICS 2-----
PAN1 321
PAN2
---TILT 404
ZOOM
482
FOCUS 475
.
TEMP
28 C
.
PAN CURRENT
0 MA .
TILT CURRENT
0 MA .
MOTOR DRIVE TEMP
BRAKE CUT-OUT
LENS CUT-OUT
PAN POSITION:
TILT POSITION:
>MORE
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--ENTER INSTALLER CODE->
0
*
*
*
ACCEPT
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21.2 D
-8.6 D
--INSTALLER PASS-CODE-1
> 2
5
7
---OPERATOR PASS-CODE-0
0
0
0
SAVE CODES .
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-OSD OPERATION LOCKED-OSD OPERATION HAS BEEN.
LOCKED FOR 20 MINUTES .
DUE TO ENTRY OF AN
.
INVALID PASS-CODE
.
>CONTINUE
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OK
OK
OK
RECEIVER ADDRESS
1
SOFT ID NUM. 1847152321
MAIN
S/W241
FLASH BOOT S/W242
>MORE
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Calibration For Privacy Zones
--PRIVACY ZONES SET UP-REVIEW ZONE
DEFINE ZONES
>CALIBRATE ZONES
.
.
.
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Note: You will need to use the positional references made
during installation (see section starting on page 33).
--ENTER INSTALLER CODE->
1. Access the on screen menus (detailed on page 35), move
the cursor to PRIVACY ZONES AND SET UP and select
using the SET key. The Privacy Zones Set Up menu
appears:
0
*
*
*
ACCEPT
2. Now move the cursor to CALIBRATE ZONES and select
using the SET key: Either the Privacy Zones Cal menu
appears (shown below) or if an Installer Pass-Code is set the
Enter Installer Code menu is displayed.
The UP and DOWN keys select a line; LEFT, RIGHT & SET
keys modify the value on the selected line. When the code has
been entered move the cursor to the ACCEPT line and press
SET. If correct the Privacy Zone Cal menu will be entered. If
incorrect the text INVALID ENTRY will be displayed. If Three
invalid entries are made in a row, the OSD Operation Locked
menu is displayed.
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-OSD OPERATION LOCKED-OSD OPERATION HAS BEEN.
LOCKED FOR 20 MINUTES .
DUE TO ENTRY OF AN
.
INVALID PASS-CODE
.
Any attempt to continue or enter an Installer Pass-Code for the
next 20 minutes will be prevented. The Menu system can still be
exited.
>CONTINUE
---PRIVACY ZONES CAL.->SET TILT REF
TILT SCALE
SET PAN SCALE
ADJUST PAN REF
CALIBRATE ZOOM
NEEDED
NEEDED
NEEDED
NEEDED
NEEDED
CAL. FROM TEST BUTTON .
ALL ZONES
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.
ENABLED.
3. On selecting CALIBRATE ZONES or on correct Installer
Pass-Code Entry the Privacy Zones Cal menu is shown:
One of two processes need be followed, dependant on the type
of positional references made:
(A) Move the cursor to SET TILT REF as shown here and press
the SET key. Either the Set Tilt Reference menu or the Data
Erase Warning menu is displayed. See (A) Pan And Tilt
Calibration Using Reference Sightings. Page 43
(B) Move the cursor to the CAL. FROM TEST BUTTON line and
select using the SET key. Either the Cal. From Test Button Menu
will be displayed or the Data Erase Warning menu. See Page 44:
(B) Pan And Tilt Calibration Using Pre-recorded Positions.
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If the ALL ZONES option is selected all displayed privacy zones may be removed from view
using the SET, LEFT and RIGHT keys to change the option to DISABLED (From ENABLED.)
Note: This setting is not maintained in non-volatile EEPROM.
(A) Pan And Tilt Calibration Using Reference Sightings.
---DATA ERASE WARNING-PRESET / PATTERN /
PRIVACY ZONE DATA
ALREADY STORED.
.
.
.
CALIBRATION ACTIONS
.
CAUSE THIS TO BE LOST .
>CONTINUE .
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--SET TILT REFERENCE--TILT CAMERA UP OR DOWN.
UNTIL IT IS AT A RIGHT.
ANGLE TO THE AXIS OF .
145
4. When the Data Erase Warning Menu is shown it is telling
you that you have already stored data that is dependant on a
previously stored calibration. (In one or more of the listed
categories.) This data is Erased Automatically on calibration
operations, as it will no longer be valid. If you do not want to
proceed move the Cursor to the ESCAPE entry and press
SET. Otherwise press SET with the cursor on the CONTIUE
selection and the Set Tilt Reference menu will be displayed.
5. Now follow the on screen instructions i.e. tilt the camera until
you reach the reference point at the horizontal noted during
the installation (see section starting on page 33). Now move
the cursor to the SAVE SETTING heading and press the
SET key. The horizontal reference is saved and the next
menu Set Tilt Scale is automatically displayed.
PAN ROTATION
.
(NORMALLY HORIZONTAL) .
>SAVE SETTING
.
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----SET TILT SCALE----TILT CAMERA UNTIL IT .
HAS MOVED EITHER OF THE
SELECTED ANGLES DOWN .
FROM THE TILT REFERENCE
347
>SAVE 45 DEGREE DOWN
SAVE 90 DEGREE DOWN
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.
.
-----SET PAN SCALE----MOVE CAMERA LEFT/RIGHT.
SET POINT 1, THEN MOVE.
AGAIN BY SELECTED ANGLE
AND SET EITHER POINT .
730
>SET POINT 1
SET POINT 2 AT
SET POINT 2 AT
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.NEEDED
90 DEG
180 DEG
6. Follow the on screen instructions. You can save either a 450
or a 900 reference; whichever is more convenient using the
cross hair or feedback value as a guide. Refer to on site
reference points made during the installation (see section
starting on page 33). It is recommended that you give a 900
reference if possible. Move the cursor to the chosen angle of
reference and save using the SET key. The SET PAN
SCALE menu now automatically appears.
7. Follow the on screen instructions. Ensure that the cursor is
on SET POINT 1. This is the initial point of reference and will
usually be on or near one of the pan stops. When you are
satisfied with the first reference point press the SET key to
save it. Once set, the NEEDED sign will change to DONE.
Now choose between 900 and 1800 reference and move the
camera to this position using the cross hair or feedback
values as a guide (again refer to on site reference points
made during installation – see section starting on page 33).
Move the cursor to the chosen angle of reference and press
the SET key.
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With all of the Pan and Tilt references saved, the next menu
(Zoom Calibration See below) should automatically be
displayed. If however RX3 detects any errors during this
process, the Pan Scaling Failed message will appear, with the
cursor positioned on CONTINUE: press the SET key to repeat
the calibration.
-----SET PAN SCALE----PAN SCALING FAILED:
REPEAT PROCESS
.
.
>CONTINUE
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As instructed on screen, you must now re-set all reference
points to ensure accuracy of privacy zones. RX3 will guide you
through this process on screen as before. If you experience any
problems, use the ESCAPE facility at any time to return to the
main menu.
(B) Pan And Tilt Calibration Using Pre-recorded Positions.
8. On attempting to enter the Cal From Test Button Menu the
Data Erase Warning Menu may be displayed. (See above) If
displayed, selecting the CONTINUE option will cause the
menu to be entered.
-CAL. FROM TEST BUTTONTILT ZERO
.
SET
TILT 45
.
SET
TILT 90
.
CLEAR
>CALIBRATE TILT AT 45
.
.
.
.
PAN ZERO
.
SET
PAN 90
.
CLEAR
PAN 180
.
SET
CALIBRATE PAN AT 180
DONE
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.
.
.
.
The operations possible from this menu are dependent on the
reference positions saved via the test button during installation
(see section starting on page 33). If a positional reference was
saved the text SET is shown otherwise the text CLEAR is
shown.
The Zero point and one other point for both Pan and Tilt must
have been saved to allow calibration to be completed. It all three
Pan or Tilt points are saved then the LEFT and RIGHT keys can be used to change the required
action. For Tilt the possible actions are: CALIBRATE TILT AT 45; CALIBRATE TILT AT 90;
CANNOT CAL. TILT. For Pan the possible options are: CALIBRATE PAN AT 90; CALIBRATE
PAN AT 180; CANNOT CAL. PAN
Pressing the SET key caused the calibration action to be attempted, if successful the DONE text
is displayed. If PAN calibration is unsuccessful, the Pan Scale Failed warning message is
displayed. See above. After completing Pan and Tilt calibration, you must ESCAPE from the
menu back to the Privacy Zone Cal. menu. You can now proceed to Zoom Calibration. See
below.
Zoom Calibration
----ZOOM CALIBRATION---1)ZOOM OUT FULLY
2)SELECT A VERTICAL
..REFERENCE LINE
3)MOVE CAMERA UNTIL
..LEFT LINE IS OVER
..REF. THEN PRESS SET
4)REPEAT STEPS IN (3)
..FOR RIGHT HAND LINE
5)MORE STEPS AS NEEDED
>CONTINUE .
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
9. Once all Pan and Tilt reference settings are known the
ZOOM CALIBRATION screen can be entered. It will
automatically appear if you are using Calibration Method (A)
above, otherwise it can be entered from the Privacy Zones
Cal. menu by moving the cursor to CALIBRATE ZOOM and
pressing the SET key.
The on screen instructions guide you through the next process.
Choose a vertical reference line such as a window frame or the
side of a building. When you are ready, press the SET key
(ensuring that the cursor is adjacent to CONTINUE). The
Zoomed Out Cal menu appears.
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----ZOOMED OUT CAL.---->SET: L:--------R:-------
As instructed, move the camera head using the joystick until the
left-hand line on the screen is directly over the vertical reference
line chosen. Press the SET key, and DONE will appear to
indicate that the left position has been stored. Now repeat this
process for the right-hand line and store using the SET key.
2 flashing
lines on
screen
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10. When both left and right references are stored, the Zoom
Cal. 2 Left menu will appear and the lens will automatically
zoom in.
----ZOOM CAL.2 LEFT---ZOOM IN. PAN LINE TO
REF. AND PRESS SET
.
.
Single flashing line
Move the camera head using the joystick and line up the
flashing line on screen with the vertical reference line as before.
Press SET when aligned. The camera automatically zooms back
out and the menu moves on as shown below.
>ESCAPE
11. Using the joystick move the flashing line until it is directly
over the vertical reference line (the camera head will not
move). When aligned press the SET key. The lens
automatically zooms back in and the following menu
appears:
----ZOOM CAL.2 LEFT---ZOOM OUT. MOVE LINE TO.
REF. AND PRESS SET
.
Single Flashing Line
>ESCAPE
----ZOOM CAL.2 RIGHT--ZOOM IN. PAN LINE TO
REF. AND PRESS SET
.
.
12. Move the camera head using the joystick and line up the
flashing line on the right of the screen with the vertical
reference line as before. Press SET when aligned. The
camera automatically zooms back out and the menu moves
on as shown on the next page:
>ESCAPE
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13. Using the joystick move the flashing line until it is directly
over the vertical reference line (the camera head will not
move). When aligned press the SET key. The Privacy Zones
Cal UP menu now re-appears as shown below:
----ZOOM CAL.2 RIGHT--ZOOM OUT. PAN LINE TO .
REF. AND PRESS SET
.
>ESCAPE
14. Notice that the menu has changed and the word DONE now
appears to the right of each calibration section. This tells us
that RX3 has all of the required information to enable the set
up of privacy zones.
---PRIVACY ZONES CAL.->SET TILT REF
DONE .
TILT SCALE DONE .DONE .
SET PAN SCALE
DONE .
ADJUST PAN REF
DONE .
CALIBRATE ZOOM
DONE .
CAL. FROM TEST BUTTON .
ALL ZONES
.
ENABLED.
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Defining A Privacy Zone
--PRIVACY ZONES SET UP-REVIEW ZONE
>DEFINE ZONES
CALIBRATE ZONES
.
.
.
15. Move the cursor within the Privacy Zones Set Up menu and
select DEFINE ZONES. Press the SET key and notice that
the Define Privacy Zones menu appears:
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--DEFINE PRIVACY ZONES-MOVE/ZOOM CAMERA
UNTIL WHOLE OF AREA
FOR ZONE IS VISIBLE
MOVE CROSS HAIR WITH
JOYSTICK TO TOP LEFT
CORNER AND DEFINE
EXPAND ZONE TO SIZE
SELECT ZONE COLOUR
SAVE ZONE
>CONTINUE
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
16. Read the on screen instructions. When you are ready to
proceed, press the SET key ensuring that the cursor is
adjacent to the CONTINUE command. The Define Menu will
appear as shown on the next page:
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>
POSITION CAMERA
.
17. Now position the camera head and zoom the lens to frame
the area you wish to define. The required privacy zone
should be positioned in the centre of the screen using a
reasonably zoomed out setting. With the cursor adjacent to
POSITION CAMERA as shown, press the SET key. The
menu shown below will appear:
SAVE ZONE
SET COLOUR
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>
SELECT CORNER
.
18. Use the joystick to move the cross hair to one of the four
corners of your proposed privacy zones and then press SET.
Note: Due to positional inaccuracies from the feedback and
others introduced in the calibration processes Zones
should be defined about 50% larger than the object it is
obscuring to ensure that privacy is achieved under all
operating conditions.
SAVE ZONE
SET COLOUR
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>
DEFINE ZONE
The DEFINE ZONE text now appears as shown below:
.
Flashing Square
1. Use the joystick to form a square/rectangle over the intended
zone area. When you are satisfied with the zone size press
the SET key.
The selected privacy zone will now flash on and off and the
menu will change as shown below:
SAVE ZONE
SET COLOUR
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NOW SAVE ZONE
.
2.
The text changes from DEFINE ZONE to NOW SAVE
ZONE. The newly constructed privacy zone flashes on and off.
Before saving the privacy zone, you have the option to change
the colour if required. Move the cursor to SET COLOUR and
scroll through the four available colours using the SET key.
>SAVE ZONE
SET COLOUR
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The four colours available are as follows:
• Black (as shown above).
• White.
• Blur. – for showing movement but no detail
• Translucent. – for demonstrations.
3. Now save the zone by moving the cursor to SAVE ZONE
and press the SET key. RX3 will automatically move on to the next privacy zone set up. Up
to 62 privacy zones may be configured using RX3.
4. If you do not want to save the zone, position the cursor back at the top line NOW SAVE
ZONE and press SET. The zone is removed from the display
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Editing Privacy Zones
--PRIVACY ZONES SET UP->REVIEW ZONE
DEFINE ZONES
CALIBRATE ZONES
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>NEXT
SET COLOUR
DELETE
.
.
.
1. Privacy zones can be altered or deleted at any time. Access
the Privacy Zones Set Up menu using the cursor and the
SET key. Move the cursor to REVIEW ZONE and press the
SET key.
The Review Zone menu will appear.
2. Position the cursor adjacent to NEXT and use the SET key
to toggle through all of the configured privacy zones. As
each zone is selected it will flash on and off.
3. Alter the colour of the selected zone by selecting SET
COLOUR. Toggle through the four choices available using
the SET key.
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4. Select the desired colour and then select NEXT using the
cursor and the SET key to move on to the next zone
automatically saving your colour selection.
5. If you wish to delete a privacy zone select DELETE and then press SET. The privacy zone
is deleted and the next zone is selected automatically. When zone editing is complete, exit
the Review Zones menu and return to the Privacy Zone Set Up menu using the ESCAPE
command.
Privacy Zones Not Configured
-----PRIVACY ZONES----PRIVACY ZONES ARE NOT .
ENABLED ON THIS
.
RECEIVER
.
AN UPGRADE IS AVAILABLE
FROM YOUR DISTRIBUTOR .
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The privacy zones module shown on the illustration on page 27
is fitted as standard to RX3. If the privacy zone module is not
fitted and Privacy Zone Set Up is selected at the keyboard, the
menu shown opposite will be displayed.
If privacy zones are required but the module is not fitted, an
upgrade for privacy zones is available from your distributor. The
module must be fitted to component reference U35 on the
receiver PCB.
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Setting Up End Stops
NOTE: All Calibration and Scaling for Privacy Zone must be done
before defining Presets or Soft End-stops.
Scaling or re-scaling the PAN/TILT/ZOOM for Privacy Zones will cause
all previously defined zones, presets, soft end-stops to be deleted, as
all stored positions are no longer valid.
Definitions:
Hard End Stop =
Soft End Stop
=
The physical end stop on the Pan or Tilt axis set up at the camera head.
An additional stop limit on the Pan or Tilt axis stored within RX3 software,
set up using the menu facility. Soft End Stops are used to prevent the
head reaching physical end stops / limit switches during normal operation,
avoiding potential problems with mechanical end stops moving over time.
----- BEWATOR RX3 ----PRIVACY ZONES AND SETUP
>SOFT END-STOP SETUP
.
SETTINGS AND TEXTS
.
CAMERA SETUP
.
DIAGNOSTICS
.
PATTERN
.
SET/CHANGE PASS-CODES .
----SOFT END-STOPS---->CLEAR PAN SOFT ENDS
.
PAN LEFT E/S
CLEAR
PAN RIGHT E/S
CLEAR
CLEAR TILT SOFT ENDS .
TILT UP
E/S
CLEAR
TILT DOWN E/S
CLEAR
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From the Main menu select SOFT END-STOP SET UP as
shown:
Press the SET key on the keyboard. The Soft End-Stops menu
will appear as shown:
Select the desired feature using the cursor and then press the
SET key.
Set up End Stops as follows:
Pan Left End Stop – pan the camera head left to the desired
position and press the SET key. The menu changes from
CLEAR to DONE and the soft end stop is stored.
Pan Right End Stop – pan the camera head right to the desired
position and press the SET key. The menu changes from
CLEAR to DONE and the soft end stop is stored.
Clear Pan Soft Ends – will clear both pan soft end stops and restore the menu to CLEAR.
Tilt Up End Stop – tilt the camera head up to the desired position and press the SET key. The
menu changes from CLEAR to DONE and the soft end stop is stored.
Tilt Down End Stop – tilt the camera head down to the desired position and press the SET key.
The menu changes from CLEAR to DONE and the soft end stop is stored.
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Clear Tilt Soft Ends – will clear both tilt soft end stops and
restore the menu to CLEAR.
----SOFT END-STOPS---->CLEAR PAN SOFT ENDS
.
PAN LEFT E/S
DONE
PAN RIGHT E/S
DONE
Soft end stops are provided to enable restricted movement within
a pre-defined field of view, rather like a primitive form of privacy
zone.
CLEAR TILT SOFT ENDS .
TILT UP
E/S
DONE
TILT DOWN E/S
DONE
Once Soft End Stops have been configured, any previously
configured preset positions will not go beyond the soft stops. If
you want to erase soft end stops, you can do this in several ways
as follows:
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•
•
•
•
Use the CLEAR PAN/TILT SOFT ENDS function from within the End Stops menu.
Re-scale the current pan and tilt settings (this will automatically erase any soft end stops).
Select Clear All Presets at the keyboard (refer to keyboard manual).
Select Clear All Preset E3 at the receiver using the test button (detailed in section starting
on page 29).
Settings And Text
1. From the main menu select SETTINGS AND TEXTS. The
chosen menu will be displayed as shown here:
---SETTINGS AND TEXTS->MISCELLANEOUS SETTINGS.
ALARM SETTINGS
.
CLEAR DATA / RESET CAM.
CONFIGURE OSD
.
CAMERA DETAILS
.
CAMERA PROTOCOL
.
CONFIGURE PRESETS
.
ASSIGN PRESETS
.
SECTOR TEXTS
.
Select MISCELLANEOUS SETTINGS using the cursor and SET
key. The Settings menu will be displayed.
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Miscellaneous Settings.
-------SETTINGS------->PAN ORIENTATION NORMAL
TILT ORIENTATION NORMAL
VIDEO GAIN/HF LIFT +0DB
LENS RAMP TIME . 1 SEC.
---INACTIVITY RETURN--ACTION
. HOME
.
TIME PERIOD . 10 MINS .
The Pan and Tilt orientation can be reversed to cater for ceiling
mounted camera heads and Domes etc. Use the SET key to
toggle between NORMAL and INVERTED.
Note: Orientation inversion should not be used to change
the motor drive sense in other circumstances. Privacy
zones will not operate correctly if the PAN or Tilt wiring
sense is inverted.
If very long coax cable runs are incorporated or several coax
lines are joined together during a run, video degradation is
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possible and particularly noticeable as loss of sharp edges. To
combat this RX3 has an internal video amplifier and ‘high
frequency lift’, allowing pre-amplification of outgoing signals. The
high frequencies are emphasised, as they relate particularly to sharp edges which suffer the
worst attenuation on long cable runs.
Four different settings are possible:
• +0dB (minimum gain)
• +2dB
• +4dB
• +6dB (maximum gain)
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Select VIDEO GAIN/HF LIFT using the cursor and cycle through the four available Video gain
settings using the SET or LEFT and RIGHT key. Select the preferred level of amplification with
reference to the monitor.
The LENS RAMP TIME option can be used if the lens drive appears sluggish to respond. You
can reduce the lens drive ramp time from the default 3 second to a lower value. Move the cursor
to the LENS RAMP TIME line, and then use the LEFT, RIGHT and SET keys to change the
time. Possible selections are 1 SEC, 2 SEC or 3 SEC. Note: this change only operates after the
menu is exited.
The INACTIVITY RETURN option is used if you wish the RX3 to perform an operation after a
set period of inactivity subsequent to the last Head or Lens movement. The Options are: go to
HOME (Preset 1), start TOUR, start RANDOM tour, and start PATTERN. The time period can
be set between 1 and 99 minutes.
Note: Setting are only saved when the menu is exited.
Alarms.
----ALARM SETTINGS---->ALARM 1
.
ALARM 2
.
ALARM 3
.
ALARM 4
.
ALARM 5
.
TAMPER ALARM
On the Settings And Texts Menu select ALARM SETTINGS The
Alarm Settings menu will be displayed as shown:
Use the UP and DOWN keys on the keyboard to move the cursor
to select the required alarm. 1 to 5 and Tamper alarm. Pressing
the SET key cause the Alarm Configure menu to be displayed
SET ALARM RESUME
.
If ALARM RESUME is selected and the SET key pressed the
Alarm Resume menu is displayed.
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----ALARM CONFIGURE--->ALARM 1
ENABLED
CONTACT
VIDEO LOSS
.
.
.
.
ON .
N/O .
ON .
ALARM NAME:.
EDITABLE ALARM TEXT.
CLEAR NAME .
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The alarm to be configured can be changed using the LEFT,
RIGHT and SET keys.
Selecting the ENABLE setting allows the selected alarm enable
to be toggled OFF to ON.
The CONTACT setting for Alarms 1 to 5 selects between N/O
and N/C. The Tamper Alarm (Alarm 6) can only be N/C.
The VIDEO LOSS settings can be toggled ON or OFF as
required.
To edit the text for the selected alarm move the cursor to the line
below ALARM NAME: and press SET. The LEFT and RIGHT keys can then be used to select a
character position. The UP and DOWN keys change the selected character. Pressing the SET
key again stores the edited text.
The CLEAR NAME option blanks the selected alarm text.
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-----ALARM RESUME----->ACTION
TIME PERIOD
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. HOME
.
. 10 MINS.
The Alarm Resume menu allows an action to be configured to
occur a set time period after and alarm occurs. This allows e.g. a
tour to be resumed even if an alarm action causes the camera to
move to a preset.
The possible actions are go to HOME (Preset 1), start TOUR,
start RANDOM tour and start PATTERN. The Time Period can
be set between 1 and 99 minutes.
During an alarm scenario, the alarm text of the latest alarm can be displayed on screen. The
position is configurable See Configure OSD menu on Page 54. If the alarm is then de-activated
the alarm text will remain on the screen for 15 seconds and then disappear.
Note: when enabled, the video loss function will create a brief loss of video output in
response to an alarm. This can be used to signal a controller (provided it has video loss
detection) that an alarm has occurred, and prompt a response such as calling up a
camera preset. The video loss lasts for 3 seconds by default and is signalled at the
receiver by a flashing ‘Video Lost’ LED.
Set Up Of Alarms
Six alarms, including the tamper switch alarm are internally set to trigger a camera preset
command (if the preset has been configured). Six of the available presets are by default
allocated to the alarms. The preset allocation is as follows:
Alarm Number
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Alarm 4
Alarm 5
Tamper Switch Alarm (Alarm 6)
Camera preset Allocation
Preset 94
Preset 95
Preset 96
Preset 97
Preset 98
Preset 99
Note the preset allocation is configurable in the Configure Presets menu. See page 57
If a camera preset is the preferred response to an alarm, ensure that the corresponding camera
preset is configured at the keyboard (refer to the keyboard manual). An alarm can also start a
tour, random tour or pattern if the configured preset for the alarm is also the configure preset for
that action. See Configure Preset menu. (See page 57)
Set up an alarm as follows:
• With reference to the overlay, connect the alarm contacts between, for example, Alarm 1
and Isolated 0V on the alarm PCB.
• Access the Alarm Settings menu (see page 51), and move the cursor within the menu to
Alarm 1. Press SET access the Alarm Configure menu.
• Move cursor to ENABLE line and set ON
• Move cursor and set the contact as N/O or N/C as required.
• If required, move the cursor to the Video Loss line and set the video loss to ON. This will
cause the RX3 to generate a video loss at the beginning of a digital alarm. Matrix switchers
with video loss detection can now alert the operator keyboard.
• Finally, program camera preset 94 (of the configured preset) at the keyboard (for alarm 1).
The preset should send the camera head to the point of the alarm e.g. a door entry point.
If a camera preset is not required, it can be prevented using one of two methods:
1. Turn the alarm off in the ALARMS menu.
2. Do not configure or record a camera preset.
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Alarms Via Telemetry
Alarm state information is also available via telemetry if your selected controller and protocol
support it. Receiver alarms states accessed via telemetry are latched on for 15 seconds after
they are removed to allow for a polling latency in the controller.
Note: An additional internal state “Self Test Alarm” is available (as Alarm 7) when alarms
are requested via telemetry. If any internal failure condition occur e.g. Lens Drive OverCurrent, this alarm state will be true. No preset is assigned to this alarm.
Clear Data / Camera Reset.
1. From the Settings And Text menu select the CLEAR DATA /
RESET CAM. line and press the SET key. If an installer
Pass-Code is set-up the Enter Installer Code menu will be
displayed otherwise the Clear EEPROM Data / Reset
Camera menu will be entered directly.
---SETTINGS AND TEXTS-MISCELLANEOUS SETTINGS.
ALARM SETTINGS
.
>CLEAR DATA / RESET CAM.
CONFIGURE OSD
.
CAMERA DETAILS
.
CAMERA PROTOCOL
.
CONFIGURE PRESETS
.
ASSIGN PRESETS
.
SECTOR TEXTS
.
ESCAPE
--ENTER INSTALLER CODE->
0
*
*
*
ACCEPT
ESCAPE
---CLEAR EEPROM DATA-----AND CAMERA RESET -->RESET CAMERA
DEFAULT TO SWITCHES
CLEAR PRESETS / RESET
CLEAR STORE / RESET
SERVICE MODE
ESCAPE
.
.
.
.
OFF.
2. Use the UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT keys to select and
change the Installer Pass-Code. When entered correctly
move the cursor to the ACCEPT line and press SET. If the
code validates correctly the menu below will be entered.
Otherwise the text INVALID CODE will be displayed, and
you will have 2 more attempts to enter the Pass-Code
correctly. If you fail three times the OSD Operation Locked
menu will be displayed. Its operation is described in
Calibration For Privacy Zones starting on Page 42.
3. Selecting the RESET CAMERA option and pressing SET
causes the receiver to perform the operation as described in
Camera Reset and Test Modes starting on Page 28. (As
Test Button Option E2)
Selecting any of the other options and pressing the SET key
requires a confirmation action, the text CONFIRM will be
displayed as shown below and the cursor will change context to
that line. Pressing the SET key again will cause the action to be
performed and the Settings And Text menu to be displayed. If
any other operation is selected no action is performed.
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Selecting DEFAULT TO SWITCHES option and confirming the
actions causes the receiver to use switch settings as on the
receiver. (As Test Button Option E1. See section starting on
RESET CAMERA
.
page 29)
DEFAULT TO SWITCHES
.
Selecting CLEAR PRESETS / RESET option and confirming
CLEAR PRESETS / RESET .
causes the receiver to erase stored preset data and perform a
CLEAR STORE / RESET
.
>CONFIRM
.
camera reset. (As Test Button Option E3. See section starting
on page 28)
SERVICE MODE
OFF.
Selecting CLEAR STORE / RESET option and confirming
ESCAPE
causes the receiver to erase all stored data and perform a
camera reset. (As Test Button Option E4. See section starting
on page 29)
Please Note: When this operation is performed from the On
Screen Menu Telemetry & Camera Protocols are NOT erased. This allows continued operation
of the receiver even if current protocol settings are not at their default values.
---CLEAR EEPROM DATA-----AND CAMERA RESET ---
The SERVICE MODE option allows the receiver’s Service Mode to be turned On and Off. When
Service Mode is selected On, the receiver Displays SERVICE MODE text on the normal display
and then interprets all Telemetry Commands as direct motor drive commands. This mode allows
camera control even if e.g. Pan or Tilt feedback is faulty or disconnected, or before a Camera
Reset is performed. In this mode: Pan and Tilt, drive at a maximum of half speed; all previously
detected end-stops are inoperative; Privacy Zones and Presets will no be usable.
Configure OSD
From the Settings and Text menu select the CONFIGURE OSD
option and press the SET key.
-----CONFIGURE OSD----LINE POS.
>CAMERA NUMBER 1
LEFT
CAMERA NAME
1 CENTRE
PRESET NUMBER 4 CENTRE
PRESET NAME
4 RIGHT
SECTOR NAME
5 RIGHT
ALARM NAME
2 RIGHT
STATUS
3 RIGHT
TOUR/PATTERN
OFF
PREVIEW DISPLAY .
ESCAPE
This menu allows texts to be configured on the normal display
and their screen position to be selected. Use the UP and DOWN
keys to select the required text. Use the LEFT and RIGHT keys
to choose either the line number or position for change.
The selected field can then be modified using the SET key. The
possible line numbers are 1 to 30 (1 to 28 for NTSC video). The
possible selectable positions are OFF, LEFT justified, RIGHT
justified or CENTRE justified. (The Status text cannot be turned
off.)
Selecting the Tour/Pattern ON causes TOUR, RANDOM TOUR, SEQUENCE and PATTERN
texts to appear in the configured Status text position if another more important text is not being
displayed. If a pattern is being recorded the current memory usage is displayed similar to the
Pattern menu. See page 59.
-CN-
If the PREVIEW DISPLAY line is selected and SET pressed the
enabled texts are displayed at their screen positions.
--CAMERA NAME TEXT --
PN-
---ALARM TEXT---------STATUS TEXT----PRESET TEXT-----SECTOR TEXT---
The example shown is for the configuration shown in the above
menu.
Pressing the SET key exits back to the Configure OSD menu.
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Camera Details
From the Settings and Text menu select the CAMERA DETAILS
option and press the SET key.
----CAMERA DETAILS---RECEIVER ADDRESS :
1
>CAMERA NUMBER
. 0001
NAME:
.
EDITABLE CAMERA TEXT
CLEAR NAME
.
The displayed camera number follows the receiver address
unless it is edited here. Select the CAMERA NUMBER line and
press SET. Use the LEFT and RIGHT keys to select the digit to
change and the use the UP and down keys to modify the digit.
Press the SET key to save the number.
ESCAPE
To enter Camera Name text, select the line below the NAME:
line and press SET. The LEFT and RIGHT keys can then be
used to select a character position. The UP and DOWN keys
change the selected character. Press the SET key to store the
edited text.
The CLEAR NAME option blanks the Camera Name text.
Camera Protocol
----CAMERA PROCOCOL--->CAMERA PROT:
JVC 1480
APPLY PROTOCOL
.
BAUD RATE:
PARITY:
DATA BITS
APPLY SETTINGS
ADVANCED SETTINGS
ESCAPE
9600
E
8
.
.
From the Settings and Text menu select the CAMERA
PROTOCOL option and press the SET key
To change the camera protocol select that line on the menu and
use the LEFT, RIGHT and SET keys. When modified the APPLY
PROTOCOL line appears. (Otherwise blank). Use the DOWN
key to select that line and press the SET key. Only when this is
done is the protocol changed. As the protocol selection is altered
the Baud Rate, Parity and Data Bits setting change to the default
(Normal) values for that protocol.
Possible protocols are V3R (Used for software upgrades), JVC
1360, JVC 1480, BAXALL, SAMSUNG 520, SAMSUNG 721
(Samsung SHC-721A, SOC-4120A, SVD 4120A) and GENERIC. (The Generic protocol is a set
of user editable messages set-up via the Configure Generic Protocol menu. See page 56)
The Comms Settings can be modified by selecting the appropriate line and using the LEFT,
RIGHT and SET keys to modify the values. When a value is changed the Apply Settings line is
displayed. Only when this line is selected and the SET key pressed are the modified settings
applied and saved.
Possible Baud Rate settings are 19200, 9600, 4800, 2400 and 1200.
Possible Parity settings are E (Even), O (Odd) and N(None).
Possible Data Bit settings are 7 & 8.
Select the ADVANCED SETTINGS line and press SET to enter the Advanced Settings menu.
Please Note: If the Baxall Camera Protocol is used the camera should be configured to
address 1.
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Advanced Settings
Entered from the Camera Protocol menu.
---ADVANCED SETTINGS-->CONFIG GENERIC PROT.
To configure the Generic protocol select the line and press SET.
.
CAMERA ON AUX
AUX 3
OPERATION
JVC SHUTTER
CONFIG USER AUX FUNC. .
ESCAPE
Camera operations can be attached to the operation of either the
AUX2 or AUX3 relay telemetry functions. Before use an
appropriate camera protocol must be configured. To enable, select
the CAMERA ON AUX line and use the LEFT, RIGHT & SET keys
to change the option. OFF, AUX 2 or AUX 3.
The operation when the AUX relay is activated/deactivated is
governed by the selected Operation. The possible selections are:
JVC SHUTTER and USER FUNC. If a JVC protocol is selected
along with the JVC Shutter operation the camera will turn its Shutter to Auto mode when the
AUX is selected (This helps prevent blurring of moving images in low light conditions.) When
deselected the camera shutter returns to its default mode.
The User Func. operation allows a user to configure the messages sent to the camera on AUX
relay telemetry operation. These messages are configured via the Configure User Aux
Functions menu. (See page 57.) To enter this menu, select the CONFIG USER AUX FUNC. line
and press SET.
Configure Generic Protocol
Entered from the Advanced Settings menu.
-CONFIG GENERIC PROT.->ACTION:
.
LEFT .
1:01 2:02 3:03 4:AA
5:BB 6:FF 7:00 8:00
9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00
13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00
17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00
COMMAND LENGTH
ESCAPE
.
6
This menu allows user edited serial messages to be sent to a
camera for each Camera Setup menu operation. Each message is
up to 20 bytes long. A separate message is possible for each
operation available whilst in the Camera Setup menu i.e.: UP,
DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, SET and MENU KEY. There are also 2
additional messages: Firstly the MENU IN message which is sent
when the Camera Setup menu is entered. (e.g. causes camera to
display is On Screen Menus) Secondly the MENU OUT message
which is sent only when the Camera Setup menu is exited. (e.g.
causes the camera to exit it’s On Screen Menus).
If any operation is not required the Command Length should be set to 0. The user will need to
refer to the Camera’s Manual to get details of the protocol used.
To change the message under edit select ACTION and use the LEFT, RIGHT and SET keys.
To edit a message use the UP and DOWN keys to select the line of bytes to be edited and
press the SET key. This enters edit mode and the highlights change. The LEFT and RIGHT
keys are used to select the appropriate nibble of the byte to edited and the UP and DOWN keys
will change the data values. The message data is displayed in hexadecimal notation. Press the
SET key to allow the UP and DOWN keys to select the next set of bytes to edit. Repeat and edit
each line as appropriate.
The number of bytes to be sent must be set for each message. Select the COMMAND LENGTH
line and use the LEFT, RIGHT and SET keys to select the correct message length.
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Configure User Aux Functions
-CONFIG USER AUX FUNC.>ACTION:
.
AUX OFF
1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00
9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00
13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00
17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00
COMMAND LENGTH
.
Entered from the Advanced Settings menu this menu operates
just like the Configure Generic Protocol menu. (See page 56.)
The Possible Actions are AUX ON and AUX OFF. These
editable message are sent to the camera on AUX operation if
configured in the Advanced Settings menu. (See page 56.)
0
ESCAPE
Configure Presets
---CONFIGURE PRESETS-->PRESET NUMBER.
STORED:
.
1
YES
PRESET NAME: .
EDITABLE PRESET TEXT
STORE PRESET .
CLEAR NAME
.
DELETE PRESET.
From the Settings and Text menu select the CONFIGURE
PRESETS option and press the SET key.
To change the preset being configured select the PRESET
NUMBER line and use the LEFT, RIGHT and SET key.
The STORED line shows if the preset is stored (YES or NO)
To edit the text for the chosen preset select the line below
PRESET NAME: and press SET. The LEFT and RIGHT keys
can now be used to select a character position. The UP and
DOWN keys change the selected character. Pressing the SET
key again stores the edited text.
ESCAPE
To store a preset position move the camera to the required position, select the STORE
PRESET line and press SET. The text will change to CONFIRM. Pressing SET again will cause
the current position to be stored as that preset. (STORED setting will be YES).
To clear the preset name text select the CLEAR NAME line and press SET.
To Delete the current position stored for the selected preset and the preset text select THE
DELETE PRESET line and press SET.
Assign Presets
From the Settings and Text menu select the ASSIGN PRESETS
option and press the SET key.
-----ASSIGN PRESETS--->TOUR
.
RANDOM
.
PATTERN
.
ALARM 1
.
ALARM 2
.
ALARM 3
.
ALARM 4
.
ALARM 5
.
TAMPER ALARM
ESCAPE
OFF
OFF
OFF
94
95
96
97
98
99
This menu allows the user to assign a preset to a function. For
TOUR, RANDOM tour and PATTERN an assignment causes the
specified operation to begin when the assigned preset is
recalled via telemetry. For alarms it allows the default alarm
presets to be modified.
Select the appropriate line and then use the LEFT, RIGHT and
SET keys to modify the preset values. Possible preset values
are 1 to 119 and OFF.
If an alarm action and a function are configured to the same
preset number an alarm can be used to start e.g. a tour.
NOTE: Not all telemetry protocols and controllers support the full range of available
presets.
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Sector Texts
-----SECTOR TEXTS-----SECTOR NUMBER
.
16
SECTOR NAME:
.
>EDITABLE SECTOR TEXT
CLEAR NAME
COPY NAME
PASTE NAME
.
.
.
From the Settings and Text menu select the SECTOR TEXTS
option and press the SET key.
The RX3 automatically configures 16 equally spaced sectors
from left to right between the detected hard pan limits. The
displayed Sector Number and associated text are dependant on
camera PAN position. To change the sector, pan the camera.
To edit the text for the current sector select the line below
SECTOR NAME: and press SET. The LEFT and RIGHT keys
can then be used to select a character position. The UP and
DOWN keys change the selected character. Pressing the SET
key again stores the edited text. While editing a sector name
camera operations are suspended.
ESCAPE
To clear the sector name, select the CLEAR NAME option and press SET.
To copy the current sector text to another sector: Select COPY NAME and press SET. A
PASTE NAME option now appears. Pan the camera until the required sector number is shown,
select PASTE NAME and press SET.
Camera Set Up
The camera set up facility allows direct communication with a camera module. This feature is
currently available when using JVC TK-C1360 (now obsolete); JVC TK-C 1460/1480 series
camera; Baxall cameras or Samsung cameras SDN-520 / SHC 721 / SOC-4120A / SVD-4120A.
Other camera modules are supported via a Generic camera protocol setting.
In order to use this facility the Camera Port Protocol must first be set up correctly. (See Camera
Reset and Test Modes starting on page 28, or Camera Protocol configuration starting on page
55.)
e.g. C2 – Press Test Button = Port Protocol configured for use with JVC1460/80.
Now ensure that Camera Telemetry is set up correctly i.e. the DIP switch is set to RS 232 or
RS 422 (refer to the camera manual).
If the Camera Setup menu is selected from the Main menu and a protocol is not configured the
following message will appear on screen:
NO CAMERA PROTOCOL HAS.
BEEN CONFIGURED
.
>ESCAPE
If a compatible camera is configured and connected, select
Camera Setup from the Main menu. The internal camera menu
will now appear.
Use the UP, DOWN LEFT, RIGHT, SET and MENU keys to
operate the display (refer to the camera manual for detailed
menu functions).
To exit, return to the camera’s top level menu and press the
Menu key twice quickly (rather like a double click on a computer
mouse).
Note: care must be taken to ensure that the camera menu is successfully exited. If the
camera menu is not exited properly, it will remain visible and interfere with the RX3
menu.
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Diagnostics
Two diagnostics screens are provided to give detailed analysis of the camera head
performance. To access the diagnostics facility select DIAGNOSTICS within the Main menu
using the cursor and the SET key. The first diagnostics screen will then be displayed as shown
below:
The data provided includes positional reference for both pan and tilt mechanisms, temperature
inside the receiver unit and current consumption of both pan and tilt motors. The information is
real time and will alter dynamically as you move the camera head.
PAN 1
= positional pan reference feedback
PAN 2
= additional positional pan reference for continuous
rotation heads with dual wiper POTs
TILT
= positional tilt reference feedback
ZOOM
= positional zoom reference feedback from lens
FOCUS
= positional focus reference feedback from lens
TEMP
= current temperature inside the receiver enclosure
PAN/TILT CURRENT = real time current consumption of pan/tilt
motor. (Milli Amps)
PAN/TILT POSITION = angular position of pan/tilt mechanism
relative to reference point (once set up in privacy zone
calibration – see section starting on page 42).
-----DIAGNOSTICS 1----PAN1 321
PAN2
---TILT 404
ZOOM
482
FOCUS 475
.
TEMP
28 C
.
PAN CURRENT
0 MA .
TILT CURRENT
0 MA .
PAN POSITION:
TILT POSITION:
>MORE .
ESCAPE.
21.2 D
-8.6 D
Use the UP and DOWN keys to toggle between MORE and ESCAPE. Select MORE using the
SET key to display the second diagnostics screen as shown below:
The data provided in this screen includes basic hardware performance; receiver address
setting; and software identification numbers and versions.
-----DIAGNOSTICS 2----MOTOR DRIVE TEMP
BRAKE CUT-OUT
LENS CUT-OUT
OK
OK
OK
RECEIVER ADDRESS
1
SOFT ID NUM. 1847152321
MAIN
S/W241
FLASH BOOT S/W242
>MORE .
ESCAPE.
1.45
1.40
MOTOR DRIVE TEMP = OK / FAIL (fail means thermal cut out
of pan/tilt drives activated. The motor drive reduces to zero).
BRAKE CUT-OUT
= OK / FAIL (fail means over-current
cut out of brake drive activated. The brake drive reduces to
zero).
LENS CUT-OUT
= OK / FAIL (fail means over-current
cut out of lens drives ‘zoom, focus and/or iris’ activated. The lens
drive reduces to zero).
RECEIVER ADDRESS = the current address setting of the
receiver.
SOFT ID NUM
= serial number used to generate soft
address (reserved for future development).
MAIN / FLASH BOOT = software version numbers.
Pattern
--------PATTERN------->RECALL PATTERN
RECORD PATTERN
.
.
*********-------------ESCAPE
From the main Menu select PATTERN. To Record a pattern
select RECORD PATTERN and move the camera and head to
define the Pattern. The RECORD PATTERN text changes to
STOP RECORDING. Selecting this line will end the recording. To
Replay the Pattern select RECALL PATTERN.
The menu also shows the proportion of the available 3 minute
record time that has been used.
Note: Some telemetry controllers also support the recording
and replaying of Patterns directly.
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Pass-Code Changing And Operation
The RX3 maintains two different Pass-Codes: the Operator
Code and the Installer Code. Their default values are 0000.
When set at their defaults the RX3 allows direct access to all its
menus. If the Operator Pass-Code is set to any value other than
0000 when a Menu operation is performed to make the On
Screen Display Menus active the Enter Operator Code menu is
displayed. See Page 36.
----- BEWATOR RX3 ----PRIVACY ZONES AND SETUP
SOFT END-STOP SETUP
.
SETTINGS AND TEXTS
.
CAMERA SETUP
.
DIAGNOSTICS
.
PATTERN
.
>SET/CHANGE PASS-CODES .
Note: If an Installer Pass-Code is set it can also be used
when the Operator Code is requested.
--ENTER INSTALLER CODE->
0
*
*
*
ACCEPT
ESCAPE
To Set or Change the Pass-Codes, enter the menu by selecting
SET/CHANGE PASS-CODES on the Main menu, and pressing
SET. If a non-default Installer Pass-Code is already set-up, this
must be entered and accepted before any changes can be
made. Use the UP and DOWN key to select a digit, and change
it using the LEFT and RIGHT keys. Then move the cursor to
ACCEPT line and press SET. If the entry is invalid, the Text
INVALID ENTRY is shown. Three attempts are available before
the OSD Operation Locked Menu is displayed. See below.
Note: Installer Pass-Code entry may be required on
attempts to enter any menu where operations are available
that change or erase the calibration for privacy zones.
--INSTALLER PASS-CODE-1
> 2
3
4
---OPERATOR PASS-CODE-9
7
4
0
SAVE CODES .
ESCAPE
-OSD OPERATION LOCKED-OSD OPERATION HAS BEEN.
LOCKED FOR 20 MINUTES .
DUE TO ENTRY OF AN
.
INVALID PASS-CODE
.
>CONTINUE
As on the Pass-Code entry menus use the UP and DOWN key
to move the cursor and LEFT and RIGHT keys to change the
values. When values are as required move the cursor to the
SAVE CODES line and press SET. The text, CONFIRM will then
be displayed on the line below SAVE CODES and the cursor will
be positioned on that line. Now press SET to confirm values.
Any other operation has no effect and exiting without saving
leaves previously saved values as valid.
Note: If the Installer Pass-Code is forgotten the only method
of recovery is to Clear Stored Data via Test Button option
E4. See section starting on page 29
After three incorrect attempts to enter a Pass-Code the OSD
Operation Locked Menu is displayed as shown. After 20
minutes, acting on the CONTINUE line will re-enter the PassCode entry menu. The message can be removed from display
by exiting the On Screen Menus by using the controller MENU
key or operation. However, entry back into the menu system will
remain disabled until the time-out has elapsed and this menu will
be re-displayed.
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How to Install Software Updates
You will need VisiPC version V2.00.0045 or higher in order to install software updates.
Install software updates either of two ways. Connect a PC via RS232 to the Camera port or
connect a PC via the appropriate converter (RS485/422) to the Telemetry port at RX3.
If you are local to the receiver, force the ‘Software Download’ mode by selecting FF at the hex.
switches and pressing the test button. Hold the test button down until the status LED stops
blinking then re-set the receiver address.
Procedure is as follows:
1. Set up the Comm Port:
Start VisiPC. From the Options menu select Switch To…. and then Receiver Configurator.
From the Options menu (within Receiver Configurator) select Comm Port. This allows you to
select comm port settings using the Comms Port Set-up screen.
Slave address must
be equal to the
receiver address (in
decimal) due for
upgrade.
Set to Master
Set as required
Set to 19200 baud
With the comm port set up as shown above, select APPLY to save the settings.
2. Transfer the updated software:
From the Transfer menu, select Software. A warning message now appears as shown
below. Select OK to continue:
When OK is selected, the PC will attempt to establish communications with the receiver. An
alternate message will flash on the task bar ‘COMMS: Waking Receiver’ and ‘COMMS:
Waiting for Reply’. If there is a problem with communication, VisiPC will display the message
shown over the page.
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If the Error message is displayed, re-check all settings and connections before continuing.
If communication with the receiver is successful, the following message will appear:
Select the appropriate Hex. file you want to send and click on open. Software download begins.
The download process will take a few minutes after which the verification box will appear…
Followed by the information box, telling us that the download was successful.
DO NOT INTERRUPT THE DOWNLOAD PROCESS.
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Troubleshooting Guide
HARDWARE TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
FIX
Rocker switch fails to illuminate
1.Check mains supply is connected correctly and switched on.
2.Check fuse in IEC inlet.
Rocker switch lights, but no LEDs come on
1.Check connections made to ‘power’ terminal block (refer to diagram)
2.Check fuses F1 and F3.
Video lost LED lit
1.Check camera has correct power and its BNC is connected to ‘video
in’.
2.Check video quality by connecting ‘video in’ directly to a monitor (i.e.
bypass RX3).
On Screen Menus Do Not Display
The RX3 requires a video source (e.g. camera) connected before it
can show any On Screen Text. i.e. the Video Lost LED should not be
lit.
Cannot power a camera unit from RX3
The RX3 power supplies are fused, 500mA for +12VDC and 2A for
24VAC.
If powering a camera unit with heater, only use 24VAC or else fuse
will blow.
Fuses are re-settable, so just power cycle the RX3.
When powering up RX3, the video distorts
This is normal. During start up the HF lift is set high which, with low
loss cabling, may cause distortion. It should last only a few seconds.
Status LED flashes
1. Look at output video picture for on-screen diagnostics.
2. Check specifications and connections to lens motors.
3. Check specifications and connections to brakes (if fitted).
4. The recever is in Service Mode
Camera Telemetry LED flashes regularly on
start-up
The pan and tilt unit has not auto-calibrated and requires a reset. Set
the hex switches to ‘E2’ and hold the test button for 5 seconds.
During auto-calibration of the pan and tilt
unit, the unit just hunts back and forth
Check feedback pots are correctly connected.
Check power to all feedback pots has been connected.
Using the test button to pan left, the unit pans Swap the connections to the Motor Drive terminal block Motor - PR
right
and Motor – PL.
Using the test button to tilt up, the unit tilts
down
Swap the connections to the Motor Drive terminal block Motor - TU
and Motor – TD.
Using the test button to zoom in, the unit
zooms out and visa-versa.
Swap the connections to the zoom motor at the Drive terminal block
ZOOM and LENS RETURN.
Using the test button to focus near, the unit
focuses far and visa-versa.
Swap the connections to the focus motor at the Drive terminal block
FOCUS and LENS RETURN.
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RX3 doesn’t respond to D-Type telemetry
1. Check the address switches (including the address range link) are set
correctly for your camera number.
2. Check the C-Type enable switch is properly switched ‘off’.
3. Check the D-Type connections to the RX3 - have you connected to
D-Type TX+ and TX- by mistake?
Multi-Drop RS422 data from RX3 not seen
correctly
Multi drop RS422 only operate when camera telemetry is set to RS232.
RX3 doesn’t respond to C-Type telemetry
1.Check the address switches (including the address range link) are set
correctly for your camera number.
2.Check the C-Type enable switch is properly switched ‘on’.
3.Check the BNC ‘video out’ is connected to the correct camera input
on your controller (not loop through).
4. For Bi-directional telemetry operation ensure Telemetry DIL switch
set to RS485
RX3 only sees half C-Type telemetry
commands
1. If a using V2, V2+ or CR6000 controller ensure protocol “A5” is
selected
Following a normal start-up, the picture
goes black
1.Select ‘auto iris’ on your controller.
2.If using ‘manual iris’, try opening the iris.
3.If auto iris is selected and you power cycle the RX3, it requires a
telemetry command before the auto iris will be switched on again
The iris is fully open, but the image is too
dark
1.You may have excessive line losses. Use the on-screen menu to
increase the gain and HF lift until the picture is lighter.
2.If camera telemetry is available, try making adjustments to the camera
through the on-screen display.
3.Try manually adjusting the maximum iris level at the camera itself.
Manually open the iris, but it springs back
to darkness
1.‘Manual iris’ switch set to ‘override’ rather than ‘level’.
2.Override puts out a momentary voltage (like a motor driver).
3.Level puts out a latched level voltage (like a servo reference).
Cannot get relay peripherals to work
1.Check the correct voltage feed is used for the relays (User Live and
User Neutral taken from 24VAC or 230VAC as required see page 16).
2.Use the alternative wire kit if necessary.
3.Check peripheral is wired between relay output (‘Wash’, ‘Lamp’, etc.)
and User Neutral.
4.Check fuse F5 (5A max).
Note: Each relay rated at 1A max.
Video lost LED flashes
Flashes while an alarm condition has caused a video loss (3 seconds).
Can be used to debug tamper alarm operation before leaving the
installation site (see below).
The TAMPER alarm never goes away
1.If you are using the internal tamper contact only, short the external
one with a wire link between ‘Tamper +’ and ‘0V’ (can also fit J1).
2.If you are using the external tamper contact only, short the internal
one by fitting a link on J2.
3.If you are using neither tamper alarm, either short out both contacts
as above, or switch the alarm to ‘OFF’ using the on-screen menu.
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Cannot get the TAMPER alarm to come on
1.Make sure the alarm is set to ‘N/C’ using the on-screen menu.
2.The tamper alarm contact must be normally closed.
3.If using the internal tamper alarm, make sure the tamper switch is
correctly fitted, and connected to J2.
4.If using the external tamper alarm, make sure the switch is correctly
fitted, and connected to ‘Tamper +’ and ‘0V’.
Zoom and focus stopping briefly while
travelling to presets
Lens drives current trip is cutting power momentarily. Check the
maximum current rating of the lens motors. RX3 Lens drives can handle
up to 100mA. @ 12V.
Lens drives not operating at all
1. Check Lens presets switch is in the On position (See page 10).
2. Check all lens motors are connected between lens drive (‘zoom’,
‘focus’, ‘iris’) and ‘lens return’
3. NEVER CONNECT LENS RETURN TO GND OR EARTH
4. Incorrect wiring may cause damage to IC U1. This is socketed in
case of terminal damage.
Pan and tilt suddenly starts running slow
1. Over-current protection ensures cannot travel over half speed
2. Over-temperature protection may mean the pan and tilt functions stop
altogether, until the unit is run within specifications
D-Type telemetry / Camera telemetry
spontaneously stop working
1. Check the condition of all wiring
2. Check the health of the RX3 by using the test modes to check basic
functionality
3. May be the result of a lightning strike causing damage to the driver
IC’s. U38-U40 are socketed for easy replacement if such an unlikely
event should occur
During Pan or Tilt movement, on screen
privacy zones travel quickly in opposite
direction and disappear from the screen
Pan and/or Tilt drives are probably wired incorrectly. Check and Invert
the pan and/or tilt drive wiring if required, then clear all data using the
E4 command (see page 29), and recalibrate the head.
RX3 resets or performs power cycle
There are various measures to protect the unit from damage caused
either by external influences, or by operation outside the RX3’s
specifications. The result of these measures may be a software reset,
protecting against corrupt data, or power cut-offs, from over-current or
over-temperature conditions
1. Check the operating conditions are suitable for the RX3
2. Check all wiring is in accordance with the instructions
3. Do not use with unsuitable motors, brakes, lenses, cameras or
peripherals
Pan Calibration Failure Text Seen.
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If pan endstops are close together very accurate pan calibration is
required to prevent privacy zone position algorithms failing. As little as a
couple of degree inaccuracy can cause failure
1. Ensure accurate calibration points and err on the larger angle side
e.g. 91 rather than 89 degrees,
2. Bring in Pan endstop(s) slightly.
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3rd Party Protocols: Implementation Information
The RX3 supports various 3rd Party Telemetry Protocols. For information on selecting a
telemetry protocol: see TEST MODES section starting on page 29.
Ernitec ERNA Protocol
The RX3 has been tested with an Ernitec 1503M keyboard and System 1000M. The table below
indicates how to access RX3 functions from the Ernitec controller, and which Ernitec and RX3
functions are not available.
Function
Pan
Tilt
Zoom
Focus
Iris
Mode depends on option switch settings etc.
(See Auto / Manual Iris Override in section page 18)
Auto Iris
Relays
Note on the RX3 AUX1 is the leftmost relay and AUX6
rightmost. Operating the Ernitec AUX7 relay has no
physical relay output but varies the RX3 AUX3 function
used to change the function of some JVC cameras.
Goto Preset/Preposition
Save Preset/Preposition
Start Tour
Insert Preset at end of Tour
(See Notes On Programming a Preset Tour.
Page 68)
Delete last occurrence of preset from Tour
Change Dwell Time.
(Used for subsequently inserted steps. See Notes On
Programming a Preset Tour. Page 68)
Clear Sequence
Camera Reset
RX3 Menu On/Off
RX3 Menu Enter (Set)
RX3 Menu Up/Down/Left/Right
Toggle between camera control and OSD operations
for Joystick
Command On Ernitec Equipment
See 1503M manual.
See 1503M manual.
See 1503M manual.
See 1503M manual.
See 1503M manual.
See 1503M manual.
See 1503M manual.
Ernitec AUX 1 = RX3 Wipe
Ernitec AUX 2 = RX3 Camera Power
Ernitec AUX 3 = RX3 Wash
Ernitec AUX 4 = RX3 Lamps
Ernitec AUX 5 = RX3 AUX 1
Ernitec AUX 6 = RX3 AUX 2
Ernitec AUX 7 = RX3 AUX 3
See 1503M manual. (1-119)
See 1503M manual. (1-119)
See 1503M manual.
See 1503M manual
Number -> SHIFT -> INS
Note: Tour step is saved using the last set dwell
time
Number -> SHIFT -> DEL
See 1503M manual
(Only when 1503M configured in CamCtrl mode,
Not available in SysKbd mode)
See 1503M manual
Goto Preposition 128 (See 1503M manual)
Save Preposition 128 (See 1503M manual)
Note: To exit from RX3 Camera Set-up menu a
macro containing two of these operations must
be used to satisfy the timing constraints.
Keyboard: Iris Open (Only when In Menu)
Joystick: Tilt Up/Down, Pan Left/Right
Keyboard: Back light Key
Receiver Address
Baud Rate
Ernitec: Auto Pan / Auto Pan Limits
Zero based
2400
Not available as no equivalent RX3 function.
Ernitec: Home position & time-out
RX3: Lens Slow
RX3: Variable tour speed
RX3: Random tour
RX3: Alarm status via telemetry
Not available as no equivalent RX3 function.
Not available via Ernitec controller
Not available via Ernitec controller
Not available via Ernitec controller
Not available via Ernitec controller
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Notes On Programming a Preset Tour.
Please refer to Ernitec 1503M manual for key sequences.
Any programmed preset can be inserted into a tour, which can contain up to 16 steps. Each
preset can have a specified dwell time ranging between 0 and 255 seconds. Each tour step has
a fixed speed of 100%. When inserting presets into a tour the last preset inserted will be the last
in the tour to be executed For example:
Insert Preset 1 - Insert Preset 2 - Insert Preset 1 - Insert Preset 3
When executed, the tour would run as follows:
Preset
1
Preset
2
Preset
1
Preset
3
When deleting a tour step the last occurrence of the specified preset is removed and the order
the presets appear in the tour are adjusted accordingly.
For example, if preset 1 is deleted from the above tour the result would be the following:
Preset
1
Preset
2
Preset
3
Clearing a tour will cause all presets to be removed from the tour stack.
It is possible to have a different dwell time for every tour step. The dwell time for a tour step is
the last set, dwell time before the step was inserted. For example, if the commands were
entered in the stated order, then the tour steps and dwell times would execute as shown:
Set dwell 5 - Insert preset 5 - Set dwell 10 - Insert preset 2 Set dwell 1 - Insert preset 1 - Insert preset 3
Preset
5
Preset
2
Preset
1
Preset
3
Dwell
=5
Dwell
=10
Dwell
=1
Dwell
=1
By default, the dwell time is set at two seconds in the RX3.
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Videmech Universal Protocol
The RX3 has been tested with: Petards Cobyt user interface V3.4; a Videmech Vertex keyboard
Software Version 13060077 and the PC program Gentalk V0.42.
Below is a list the universal protocol commands and implementation notes on the RX3.
Universal Command
“G” Manual Camera Control
“H” Request Manual Camera
Control Status
“I” Global On
“J” Global Off
“K” Emergency Stop
“L” Go to Preset
“M” Learn Preset
“N” Move to Position
“O” Request Current Position
“P” Download Preset Position
“Q” Request Preset Position
“R” Download Preset Sequence
“S” Request Preset Sequence
“T” Start Preset Sequence
“U” Request Alarm Status
“V” Request Fault Log
“W” Reset Outstation
“X” Request Outstation Status
“Y” Request Software Version
“Z” Download Configuration
“a” Request Configuration
RX3 Implementation Notes
Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Focus/Iris
Lens Slow (If any parameter slow),
Auto Iris, Camera Power, Wipe, Wash, Lamps (On if not Off)
Aux 1, Aux 2 & (Aux 3)
Lens Slow, Auto Iris, Camera Power, Wipe, Wash, Lamps, Aux1,
Aux2 & (Aux 3) states. Last actioned Pan & Tilt Speeds.
All other data invalid.
Auto Iris, Camera Power, Wipe, Wash,
Lamps (On if not No Change), Aux 1, Aux 2, (Aux 3)
Auto Iris, Camera Power, Wipe, Wash, Lamps, Aux 1, Aux 2, (Aux 3)
Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Focus/Iris Stopped
All Relays Off.
Preset 0 = Start sequence
Normal Preset Range 1–119
Preset 254 = Start Random Tour
Preset 255 = Start Tour
Normal Preset Range 1 – 119
Not implemented on RX3.
Not implemented on RX3.
Not implemented on RX3.
Not implemented on RX3.
Tour Speed Set at 100%
Block FF = Clear Tour
Block FE = Replace Individual Tour Step
Blocks 00, 01 = Set Tour Step(s)
(All set dwells used only for new step(s) being added)
Block FD = Change Tour Dwell for every current step.
All set dwells truncated to max 255 seconds.
All other Blocks numbers = invalid data.
Blocks 00 & 01 (Always return with 8 entries, null entries have preset
set to zero).
Block FD = is dwell time request.
Start Tour (Sequential or Random)
Reply Generated
Alarms 1 -> 5 from alarm board
Alarm 6 = Tamper Alarm
Alarm 7 = Self-Test Alarm summary.
Note: Alarm active states are latched on for 15 seconds after they
become inactive.
Block 00 request: Data bytes 5, 6 (Alarm states) valid.
See “U”.
Block 01 request: Data bytes 3, 4, 9, 10 valid.
All other requests or data not-implemented or invalid.
Cold Start = Camera Reset
Other functions not supported
Not implemented on RX3.
Returns string “SW241??.??” where ??.?? is RX3 main s/w version
number. e.g. “ 1.21”.
Not implemented on RX3.
Block FA request: Data bytes 3 -> 8 valid. Max number of presets
and sequence info. Note: sequence length always returned same as
max sequence length.
All other requests and data not-implemented or invalid
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Universal Command
“b” Download Memory Block
“c” Request Memory Block
“d” Execute Subroutine
“e” Camera Control
“f” Manual Relay Control
“g” OSD Control
“h” Goto Scaled Position RX3
“i” Obtain Scaled Position RX3
RX3 Implementation Notes
Not implemented on RX3.
Not implemented on RX3.
Not implemented on RX3.
As Manual Camera Control except no Iris control, and the relay
states are unchanged.
Implemented
New Function: Defined for RX3 OSD Control.
Set, Up, Down, Right, Left & Menu.
16 Bit signed RX3 scaled positions used. (Operation is Interruptible).
A value of 7FFF means leave axis unchanged.
Get 16 Bit signed scaled RX3 positions. P/T/Z/F
A value of 7FFF means axis position unavailable.
Note: If the control flag in the message indicates half duplex
operation, the RX3 delays its response by an additional 5ms to allow
for line turn-round delays in the controller.
Pelco P & D Protocols.
Function
Pan
Tilt
Zoom
Focus
Iris (mode depends on switch)
Relays
Lens Slow
Auto Focus
Auto Iris
Start Pattern Recording
Stop Pattern Recording
Start Pattern Replay
Goto Preset
Start Sequence
Start Tour
Save Preset
Camera Reset
RX3 Menu On/Off
RX3 Menu Enter (Set)
RX3 Menu Up/Down/Left/Right
Toggle between camera control and OSD operations for
Joystick
Protocol Selection Pelco D
Protocol Selection Pelco P
Receiver Address Pelco D
Receiver Address Pelco P
Baud Rate & Line Settings Pelco D
Baud Rate & Line Settings Pelco P
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Command On Pelco Equipment
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Set Auxiliary / Clear Auxiliary
(AUX1 left -> AUX6 Right)
AUX 1 = RX3 Wipe
AUX 2 = RX3 Camera Power
AUX 3 = RX3 Wash
AUX 4 = RX3 Lamps
AUX 5 = RX3 AUX 1
AUX 6 = RX3 AUX 2
AUX 7 = RX3 AUX 3
Set Zoom Speed
Set Focus Speed
Auto-focus auto/on/off
Auto Iris auto/on/off
Set Pattern Start
Set Pattern Stop
Run Pattern
Go To Preset
Not available
Not available
Set Preset
Remote Reset
Go To Preset 95.
AUX 7 (when menus displayed)
Tilt Up/Down, Pan Left/Right
AUX 8 (when menu on)
Test Button, with switches set to “A6”
Test Button, with switches set to “A7”
One based 1 - 255 (0 not used)
Zero based 1 - 32
2400, 8, N, 1
4800, 8, N, 1
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300.00
280.00 Fixing Centres
280.00 Fixing Centres
300.00
130.00
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Mechanical Specification
Material
Box – IP67 polycarbonate enclosure (including lid
and fixings). Colour – Grey RAL 7035.
Mounting
Details
Box – 4 x 6.5mm ∅
PCB – 5 x 3.4mm ∅
Dimensions
Enclosure – 300 x 300 x 130 (L x W x H)
Shock
30G Max (packed product)
Weight
Receiver (packed for shipment) – 6.5kg
Receiver (unpacked) – 5kg
PCB – 0.35kg
Electrical Specification
Recommended minimum size :
2
0.75mm
(fused at 6A)
12V DC @ 500mA Fused
24V AC @ 2A Fused
Main Assembly : 8Amps
F1 = 8Amps, F3 = 8Amps, F5 = 5
Amps
Power
Requirements
PCB – 24V DC (8 Amps total max.)
Boxed – 230-240 or, 110-120V AC 50/60Hz (5A)
Mains Cable
Pan and Tilt
load
24V @ 2A (continuous 3A if < 1 minute)
Camera
Supply
3 wire Lens
drive
12V @ 100mA
Fuse Ratings
Video
PAL
Video Gain
HF Lift
0 – 6dB
Camera Power
Supply Output
12V dc (500mA) or 24 Vac (2A).
Relays
250VAC @ 1A each (5A Total).
Operational Specification
Operating
Temperature
-200C to +400C (ambient temperature = +250C).
Relative
Humidity
95% non-condensing
Weatherproof
Standard
IP67, BS EN 60 529 (1992)
MTTR (mean
time to repair)
30 Minutes
MTBF
EMC
30,000 hours at (T) ambient
Emissions (conducted and radiated) to BS EN
55022 Class B (1998).
Safety
EMC
BS EN 60950-1 ( 1992 )
Immunity to BS EN 500821.(1998)
Functional Specification
Camera Head
Control
Pan Left/right, tilt up/down = 24Vdc (+/- 12/0V)
variable voltage drive to pan / tilt motor brake drive
outputs, 2A per axis. 24Vdc (+/- 12/0V) pan / tilt
brake drive outputs, 500mA per axis.
Latched
Relay
Functions
Wipe, Camera, Lamps 24Vac or
mains voltage, 1A each.
Auxiliary 1 NO/NC/COM general
purpose contacts, 1A.
Lens Control
Zoom in/out, Focus far/near, Iris close/open, Auto
Iris manual override, Lens slow, 0-12Vdc
(variable, full speed), 0-6Vdc (variable, lens slow).
Three wire drive 100mA total.
Momentary
Relay
Functions
Wash 24Vac or mains voltage,
2.5A.
Auxiliary 2 NO/NC/COM general
purpose contacts, 1A.
Telemetry
Over the coax: ‘C’ type (11.5MHz carrier) & ‘D’
type RS422 / 485: Molynx, Ernitec, Universal and
Pelco Protocols. (Bewator V3R protocol, used to
upgrade receiver software).
Camera
Telemetry
Port
RS232 or RS422
JVC TK-C1360, JVC TKC1460/1480, Baxall and Samsung
Protocols. (Bewator V3R protocol,
for upgrading receiver software).
Privacy Zones
On screen menu driven configuration of system
settings, privacy zones and diagnostics Dynamic
Privacy Zone Masking – 62 Zones
Video
Video Output with
programmable gain / HF lift
(0dB, 2dB, 4dB, 6dB).
Presets
119 preset positions. Positional feedback via
potentiometer for Pan / Tilt / Zoom and Focus.
Continuous rotation Pan feedback via single or
dual wiper pots. 16 Position preset tour. One 3
minute Pattern.
Servicing
Self Test facility for all functions
Power and Status indication LEDs
Mains power service socket for
use by installation / service
engineers
Product Options and Variants
Options
RX3-AKIT – Alarm board kit – 5 pairs of voltage
free contact inputs configurable as NC or NO.
RX3-TKIT – Tamper switch kit.
RX3 IRKIT – Solid state relay kit 230V, 25A
switching. Suitable for switching IR lamps.
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RX318DZ 230V input, UK service
socket
RX318DZ-E 230V input,
European service socket.
RX318DZ / U 110V input, US
service socket
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Company Details
Bewator Ltd.
Albany Street, Newport, South Wales, United Kingdom, NP20 5XW.
Telephone: +44 (0) 1633 821000, Fax: +44 (0) 1633 850893
Email: sales@bewator.co.uk : Internet: http://www.bewator.co.uk/
Customer Support Tel: +44 (0) 1633 820615
Support and additional resources are available to registered users on the Bewator Ltd web site.
Users should register on the Bewator Ltd. web site (www.bewator.co.uk) by selecting the ‘INTRANET’ option
on the Home Page and then pressing the Join button.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that all information contained in this document is correct at the time of publication, due to our
policy of continuous product improvement, the company reserves its right to change any information contained herein without notice.
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