Speeddome Ultra VII Configuration Utility Operator`s Manual

About this Supplement
SpeedDome® Ultra VII
Camera Dome
Configuration Utility
This supplement provides detailed information
about SpeedDome Ultra VII camera dome features
that are not currently covered in your operator’s
manual. This supplements information found in the
following manuals:
Operator’s Manual Supplement
•
22x Camera Dome Configuration Utility
Operator’s Manual, 8200-0184-02
•
Day/Night Camera Dome Configuration Utility
Operator’s Manual, 8200-0184-04
NOTE: Keep this supplement with your operator’s
manual for reference purposes.
If you need assistance...
Contact your Sales Representative.
New SpeedDome Ultra VII
Features
SpeedDome Ultra VII provides the following
features with firmware version 0710-0147-0106
and newer.
RAS915/RAS916/RAS917 Series
• Quick Set Menu for accessing commonly used
dome settings
Contents
• Auto Iris/Auto Focus resume settings
About this Supplement .......................................... 1
New SpeedDome Ultra VII Features..................... 1
Quick Set Menu..................................................... 2
Auto Iris/Auto Focus Resume Setting ................... 3
Scan Limits............................................................ 4
AD Up-the-Coax Protocol...................................... 5
SensorNet and RS-422 Matrix Switchers and
Controllers ........................................................ 6
Panasonic UTC Protocol Preset Programming..... 9
Specifications-SDU VII ........................................ 10
Specifications-22X Camera................................. 11
Specifications-23X Day/Night Camera................ 12
Declarations ........................................................ 13
• Scan Limits for establishing start and stop points
for monitoring a specific area
• AD Up-the-Coax protocol for compatible
American Dynamics controllers
In addition, updated information is provided for the
following:
• SensorNet and RS-422 matrix switchers and
controllers
• Preset programming instructions for the
Panasonic WJ-SX550 multiplexer and
WV-CU550A controller
© 2004 Sensormatic
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To access a feature on the menu, enter the
number and press the Quick Set button (varies by
controller). Table 1 provides a description of the
available options.
Quick Set Menu
The Quick Set Menu provides easy access to
commonly used SpeedDome Ultra VII features
when used with compatible controllers. This allows
you to change or activate features without starting
the dome configuration menu. The options on the
Quick Set Menu differ depending on the dome
type. See Figure 1 and Figure 2 for examples of
the different menus.
Table 1: Quick Set Menu Options
Figure 1: 22x Camera Dome Quick Set Menu
0
1
2
3
4
15
16
17
20
TOGGLE QUICK SET MENU
DOME CONFIG MENU
AUTO IRIS/AUTO FOCUS
FLIP
PEEL PATTERN
SMOOTH SCAN
STEPPED SCAN
RANDOM SCAN
DOME INFORMATION
Command
0+Quick Set
Description
Toggle Quick Set Menu: Toggles
between displaying and hiding
the quick set menu.
1+Quick Set
Dome Config Menu: Displays the
SpeedDome Ultra configuration
menu.
2+Quick Set
Auto Iris/Auto Focus: Resumes
Auto Focus/Auto Iris mode.
Flip: Rotates the SpeedDome
180° from its current pointing
direction. This is the same as
pressing the Flip button on
compatible controllers.
Peel Pattern: Runs the default
Apple Peel Pattern. This is the
same as pressing the Peel button
on compatible controllers.
Night Mode: Sets the dome IR
mode setting to ON. The dome
switches to full-time black-andwhite (B/W) mode.
Day Mode: Sets the dome IR
mode setting to OFF. The dome
switches to full-time color mode.
Auto Day/Night Mode: Resumes
the most recently selected
automatic IR mode setting.
• Auto High: B/W mode activates
~30 lux.
• Auto Mid: B/W mode activates
~3 lux.
• Auto Low: B/W mode activates
~ 0.5 lux
WDR On: Enables Wide Dynamic
Range (WDR). Use this setting
when both bright and low light
areas need to be viewed
simultaneously.
3+Quick Set
4+Quick Set
10+Quick Set*
Figure 2: Day/Night Camera Dome Quick Set
Menu (2 screens)
0
1
2
3
4
10
11
12
13
14
FOCUS
15
16
17
20
TOGGLE QUICK SET MENU
DOME CONFIG MENU
AUTO IRIS/AUTO FOCUS
FLIP
PEEL PATTERN
NIGHT MODE
DAY MODE
AUTO DAY/NIGHT MODE
WDR ON
WDR OFF
FAR = next page
11+Quick Set*
12+Quick Set*
SMOOTH SCAN
STEPPED SCAN
RANDOM SCAN
DOME INFORMATION
13+Quick Set*
FOCUS NEAR = previous page
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*
Menu items 10-14 are available on Day/Night
domes only.
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Command
14+Quick Set*
15+Quick Set
16+Quick Set
17+Quick Set
20+Quick Set
Description
WDR Off: Disables Wide
Dynamic Range (WDR). Use this
setting when the light level is
constant or changes in lighting
conditions are gradual.
Auto Iris/Auto Focus
Resume Setting
Normally, the camera’s iris and focus settings
return to automatic mode when the dome moves a
minimum of one frame from its current pointing
position. In some situations, you may want to
maintain specific iris and/or focus adjustments
based upon your surveillance needs.
Smooth Scan: Initiates a smooth
scan between the left and right
scan limits, starting at the left
scan limit. If no scan limits have
been set, initiates a smooth 360°
clockwise rotation around the
dome axis using the current tilt,
zoom and focus settings.
Stepped Scan: Initiates a scan
between the left and right scan
limits pausing briefly every 10° (at
1x zoom), starting at the left scan
limit. When the right scan limit is
reached, the scan is reversed. If
no scan limits have been set,
initiates a clockwise rotation
around the dome axis pausing
briefly every 10° (at 1x zoom) for
3 seconds using the current tilt,
zoom and focus settings.
Random Scan: Initiates a scan
between the left and right scan
limits pausing randomly between
the limits. If no scan limits have
been set, initiates a clockwise or
counter-clockwise rotation around
the dome axis using the current
tilt, zoom and focus settings. The
dome pauses randomly as it
rotates around the axis.
Dome Information: Displays the
Dome Information screen
available through the dome
configuration menu.
Use the I/F Return to Auto setting on the
Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Sync Opts menu to configure the
auto iris and auto focus resume settings.
Figure 3: Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Sync Options menu
PROPORTIONAL FLIP
1ST ZOOM STOP X
MAX TOTAL ZOOM X
LINE LOCK
FREEZE FRAME
I/F RETURN TO AUTO
Four settings are available: On, Off, Iris and Focus.
Setting
On
Off
Refer to your controller manual to determine if the
Quick Set Menu feature is supported. For more
information about these settings, see your
SpeedDome Ultra VII Configuration Utility
Operator’s Manual. See also:
Topic
Auto Iris/Auto Focus Resume Setting
Scan Limits
AD Up-the-Coax Protocol
SensorNet and RS-422 Matrix
Switchers and Controllers
Page
3
4
5
6
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OFF/ON
33/22
44...242
ON/OFF
OFF/ON
OFF/ON/
IRIS/FOCUS
Description
Both return to auto iris and return to
auto focus settings are enabled.
Moving the dome resumes auto mode
for both iris and focus changes.
Both return to auto iris and return to
auto focus settings are disabled.
Moving the dome does not resume
auto mode for iris and focus changes.
Iris
Only return to auto iris is enabled.
Return to auto focus is disabled.
Moving the dome resumes auto iris
mode without changing focus settings.
Focus
Only return to auto focus is
enabled. Return to auto iris is
disabled. Moving the dome resumes
auto focus mode without changing iris
settings.
Continue with Changing the Auto Iris/Auto Focus
Resume Setting on page 4 to configure the setting.
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Changing the Auto Iris/Auto
Focus Resume Setting
The dashed circle represents the dome’s field of
view. The solid line curve represents the scan
area. By setting the left and right scan limits where
the building’s wall becomes visible, you ensure that
only useful video of the parking lot is being
observed when the scan is active. Once these
scan limits are programmed you can choose to run
a smooth scan, stepped scan, or random scan.
Refer to the SpeedDome Ultra VII Operator’s
Manual for information about displaying menus and
changing settings.
1. Select Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Sync Opts from the
Dome Configuration Menu.
2. Move the highlight bar to I/F Return to Auto.
Change the setting.
Table 2: Scan Types
• Select On to enable both resume auto iris
and resume auto focus.
Smooth Scan
An automated scan that slowly
pans between the left and right
scan limits, starting at the left
scan limit. When the right scan
limit is reached, the scan
reverses.
Stepped Scan
An automated scan that pans
slowly pausing briefly every 10°
between the left and right scan
limits. Once the right scan limit
is reached, the scan reverses.
Random Scan
An automated scan that pans
randomly between the left and
right scan limits, starting at any
point between the scan limits.
• Select Off to disable both resume auto iris
and resume auto focus.
• Select Iris to enable resume auto iris only.
• Select Focus to enable resume auto focus
only.
The default setting is On.
3. Select Exit to return to the Dome Configuration
Menu.
Scan Limits
If your controller supports the Quick Set menu
function, you can program left and right scan limits
to automate your surveillance activities. The Scan
Limits menu option is found on the Alarms/Areas/
Home/Presets/PZ menu.
Scan Limits are two points around the dome’s pan
axis, which define a surveillance area. When
active, the scan repeats until interrupted by a
camera command, preset, pattern, or alarm.
Figure 4 provides an example of scan limits for a
dome installed over the edge of a building
monitoring a parking lot. In this example, the
building blocks part of the dome’s viewable area.
Figure 5: Alarms/Areas/Home/Presets/Privacy
Zones menu
ALARMS/AREAS/HOME/PRESETS/PZ
Figure 4: Scan Limits example
SET ALARM ACTIONS
SET ALARM STATES
SET HOME POSITION
SET NORTH POSITION
AREA BOUNDARIES
PRIVACY ZONES
PRESETS
SCAN LIMITS
EXIT
Building
Left Scan
Limit
Dome
Continue with Programming Scan Limits on page 5
to configure the setting.
Right Scan
Limit
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Programming Scan Limits
AD-UTC Command Summary
Refer to the SpeedDome Ultra VII Operator’s
Manual for information about displaying menus and
changing settings.
Table 3 lists the commands to operate the
configuration utility in AD-UTC environment. The
keyboard must be in programming mode to
perform these functions.
1. Select Alarms/Areas/Home/Presets/PZ from
the Dome Configuration Menu.
Table 3: Configuration Menu Commands
2. Select Scan Limits.
Command
The Scan Limits screen appears:
F
SCAN LIMITS
,
+
(Function, and
then Shift+Menu)
Joystick
(Pan/Tilt)
PAN to LEFT limit
(Focus Far)
Or
ZOOM to mark BOUNDARY
Cancel RIGHT limit to Delete
CANCEL
Function
Start the configuration utility.
Move the highlight bar on the
active menu.
Select the highlighted item on
the active menu.
(Focus Near)
(Zoom In) or
Twist joystick
clockwise
Note: Press Focus during steps 3 or 4 to cancel
scan limit programming.
3. Adjust the pan position of the dome to set the
left scan limit. Press Zoom to select.
4. Pan the dome to the right to set the right scan
limit. Press Zoom to select.
(Zoom Out)
or Twist joystick
counterclockwise
5. When the Alarms/Areas/Home/Presets/PZ
screen appears, select Exit to return to the
Dome Configuration Menu.
F
,
+
(Function, and
then Shift+Clear)
AD Up-the-Coax Protocol
Increase the value of the
selected setting.
Display the next choice for the
setting.
Decrease the value of the
selected setting.
Display the previous choice for
the setting.
Save changes and exit the
utility from any screen.
When setting names or entering password
information, the screen displays the available
characters in the selected language. Table 4
provides the name programming and password
entry commands:
The AD Up-the-Coax (AD-UTC) protocol is a new
protocol developed by American Dynamics. It
provides video and two-way dome control signals
on a single cable for compatible American
Dynamics switchers and keyboards.
Table 4: Name Programming/Password Entry
Commands
Note: At the time of publication, the following
American Dynamics keyboards are compatible with
AD-UTC protocol: ADCC0200 and ADCC0300.
The commands provided in this document assume
that one of these keyboards is being used. Contact
your Sales Representative for current information.
Command
Joystick
Left/Right
Joystick Up/Down
(Focus Far)
Or
Function
Move the highlight left or right
in the character field.
Move the highlight up or down
in the character field.
Select the highlighted
character in the character
field.
(Focus Near)
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Command
(Zoom In) or
Twist joystick
clockwise
(Zoom Out)
or Twist joystick
counterclockwise
Function
Move the cursor to the right of
the current character in the
name or password.
Performance Notes
Move the cursor to the left of
the current character in the
name.
Address Setting
Keep the following considerations in mind when
using the SpeedDome Ultra VII camera dome in
the AD-UTC environment.
The SpeedDome Ultra VII camera dome must be
set to address 891 to operate in the AD-UTC
environment. When the dome initializes or resets,
the address and protocol information (UTC_T)
appear on-screen.
Additional Dome Commands
Table 5 provides the special commands available
when using the dome in an AD-UTC network.
These commands are available when you enter the
keyboard combination provided.
Accessing the Quick Set Menu
The Quick Set Menu provides easy access to
specific SpeedDome Ultra VII functions from the
keyboard. To access the Quick Set menu, select
Table 5: Additional Dome Commands
Command
F
(Function),
Preset # (1-96), and
then
the dome, and press
Function
See Quick Set Menu on page 2 for information
about the Quick Set functions.
Program selected Preset
(Preset)
Preset # (1-96), and
then
SensorNet and RS-422
Matrix Switchers and
Controllers
Recall selected Preset
(Preset)
F
(Function),
pattern # (1-3), and
Start selected Pattern
programming
The following provides information about
SensorNet and RS-422 controllers compatible with
SpeedDome Ultra VII. Specific operating
considerations are also included.
+
then
(Shift+Preset)
Pattern # (1-3), and
then
(Quick Set button).
F
Save Pattern programming
(Function)
Pattern # (1-3), and
+
then
(Shift and Preset)
F
+
(Function+Focus Far)
Or
Run selected Pattern
continuously
VM8
Supported Protocol
Maximum Presets
Maximum Patterns (1)
Quick Set Menu
Address Range
Resume Auto Focus mode
F
+
(Function+Focus
Near)
Notes:
Resume Auto Iris mode
F
SensorNet
0
1
Not supported
1-8
(1) Apple Peel only. Programmable patterns are
not available.
+
(Function+Iris Open)
Or
F
+
(Function+Iris Close)
(Flip)
Rotate dome 180° from current
position (“flip”)
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VM16/ADTT16 (White Touch
Tracker)
Supported Protocol
Maximum Presets
Maximum Patterns (2)
Quick Set Menu
Address Range
VM32/AD32
Supported Protocol
SensorNet
RS-422 (1)
96 – SensorNet
4 – RS-422
3
Not supported
1-16
Maximum Presets
Maximum Patterns (2)
Quick Set Menu
Address Range
Notes:
Notes:
(1) Requires RCSN422 code converter.
(2) Patterns are limited by time and the number of
available dome commands. Total time for each
pattern cannot exceed 6 minutes 50 seconds.
Total dome commands used in all patterns
cannot exceed 99.
(1) Requires RCSN422 code converter.
(2) Patterns are limited by time and the number of
available dome commands. Total time for each
pattern cannot exceed 6 minutes 50 seconds.
Total dome commands used in all patterns
cannot exceed 99.
VM96 (1)
VM16E/ADTT16E (Black Touch
Tracker)
Supported Protocol
Maximum Presets
Maximum Patterns (2)
Quick Set Menu
Address Range
Supported Protocol
Maximum Presets
Maximum Patterns (3)
Quick Set Menu
Address Range
SensorNet
RS-422 (1)
96 – SensorNet
4 – RS-422
3
Yes (3)
1-16 or
1-64 (3)
SensorNet
RS-422
Unlimited (2)
3
Not supported
1-32
Notes:
(1) Requires software version 5.2 or newer.
(2) Preset information is stored at the host, not the
dome.
(3) Patterns are limited by time and the number of
available dome commands. Total time for each
pattern cannot exceed 6 minutes 50 seconds.
Total dome commands used in all patterns
cannot exceed 99.
Notes:
(1) Requires RCSN422 code converter.
(2) Patterns are limited by time and the number of
available dome commands. Total time for each
pattern cannot exceed 6 minutes 50 seconds.
Total dome commands used in all patterns
cannot exceed 99.
(3) Requires firmware version 0701-2833-0103
(EEPROM) / 0701-2834-0201 (Flash PROM)
or newer.
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RS-422 (1)
96 – SensorNet
4 – RS-422
3
Not supported
1-32
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AD2150/AD2350
Supported Protocol
Maximum Presets
Maximum Patterns (4)
Quick Set Menu
Address Range
AD168
Supported Protocol
RS-422 (1)
16 (2) or 60 (3)
3
Not supported
1-32
Maximum Presets
Maximum Patterns (5)
Quick Set Menu
Address Range
Notes:
(1) Requires the AD2083-02 series code converter.
(2) Preset information is stored at the converter, not the
dome.
(3) Requires AD2083-02 with firmware version 070111YB-156A or newer. Preset information is stored in
the dome, not the converter.
(4) Patterns are limited by time and the number of
available dome commands. Total time for each
pattern cannot exceed 6 minutes 50 seconds. Total
dome commands used in all patterns cannot exceed
99.
Notes:
(1) Requires the appropriate code control module.
(2) Requires the AD2083-02 series code converter.
(3) Presets information is stored at the converter or
control module, not the dome.
(4) Requires AD2083-02 with firmware version 070111YB-156A or newer. Preset information is stored in
the dome, not the converter.
(5) Patterns are limited by time and the number of
available dome commands. Total time for each
pattern cannot exceed 6 minutes 50 seconds. Total
dome commands used in all patterns cannot exceed
99.
(6) Requires additional equipment to achieve these
numbers. A dome address within each group of 64
or 99 cameras is reserved as a global broadcast
address.
AD1650
Supported Protocol
Maximum Presets
Maximum Patterns (4)
Quick Set Menu
Address Range
RS-422 (1)
16 (2) or 60 (3)
3
Not supported
1-128 (5)
AD2050
Supported Protocol
Maximum Presets
Maximum Patterns (4)
Quick Set Menu
Address Range
Notes:
(1) Requires the AD2083-02 series code converter.
(2) Preset information is stored at the converter, not the
dome.
(3) Requires AD2083-02 with firmware version 070111YB-156A or newer. Preset information is stored in
the dome, not the converter.
(4) Patterns are limited by time and the number of
available dome commands. Total time for each
pattern cannot exceed 6 minutes 50 seconds. Total
dome commands used in all patterns cannot exceed
99.
(5) Requires additional equipment to achieve these
numbers. A dome address within each group of 64
or 99 cameras is reserved as a global broadcast
address.
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SensorNet (1)
RS-422 (1) or (2)
16 (1)(2), 64 (1)(3), or
60 (4)
3
Not supported
SensorNet: 1-180
RS-422: 1-99 (1)(6) or
1-180 (2)(6)
RS-422 (1)
16 (2) or 60 (3)
3
Not supported
1-1024 (5)
Notes:
(1) Requires the AD2083-02 series code converter.
(2) Preset information is stored at the converter, not the
dome.
(3) Requires AD2083-02 with firmware version 070111YB-156A or newer. Preset information is stored in
the dome, not the converter.
(4) Patterns are limited by time and the number of
available dome commands. Total time for each
pattern cannot exceed 6 minutes 50 seconds. Total
dome commands used in all patterns cannot exceed
99.
(5) Requires additional equipment to achieve these
numbers. A dome address within each group of 64
or 99 cameras is reserved as a global broadcast
address.
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MegaPower LT
Supported Protocol
Maximum Presets
Maximum Patterns (1)
Quick Set Menu
Address Range
(4) Patterns are limited by time and the number of
available dome commands. Total time for each
pattern cannot exceed 6 minutes 50 seconds. Total
dome commands used in all patterns cannot exceed
99.
(5) Requires additional equipment to achieve these
numbers. A dome address within each group of 64
or 99 cameras is reserved as a global broadcast
address.
SensorNet
96
3
Yes (2)
1-32
Notes:
Panasonic UTC Protocol
Preset Programming
(1) Patterns are limited by time and the number of
available dome commands. Total time for each
pattern cannot exceed 6 minutes 50 seconds. Total
dome commands used in all patterns cannot exceed
99.
(2) Requires a compatible keyboard.
The Dome Configuration Menu must be used to
program Presets. Up to 64 Presets may be
programmed using the Panasonic UTC protocol.
MegaPower 48
Supported Protocol
Maximum Presets
Maximum Patterns (2)
Quick Set Menu
Address Range
These instruction apply to the following equipment:
SensorNet
RS-422
96(1)
3
Yes (3)
1-48
Panasonic WJ-SX550 Multiplexer
•
Panasonic WV-CU550A Controller
1. Select the monitor and camera number
assigned to the Speed Dome Ultra VII camera
dome.
2. Use the arrow keys on the controller to scroll to
the Camera Setup Menu (D4).
Notes:
3. Press F1 (On) key to display the Dome
Configuration Menu.
(1) Preset information is stored at the host, not the
dome.
(2) Patterns are limited by time and the number of
available dome commands. Total time for each
pattern cannot exceed 6 minutes 50 seconds. Total
dome commands used in all patterns cannot exceed
99.
(3) Requires firmware 1.07 or newer and a compatible
keyboard.
4. Use the joystick to move the highlight to
Alarms/Areas/Home/Presets/PZ. Press Set
to select.
ALARMS/AREAS/HOME/PRESETS/PZ
SET ALARM ACTIONS
SET ALARM STATES
SET HOME POSITION
SET NORTH POSITION
AREA BOUNDARIES
PRIVACY ZONES
PRESETS
SCAN LIMITS
EXIT
MegaPower 1024
Supported Protocol
Maximum Presets
Maximum Patterns (4)
Quick Set Menu
Address Range
•
RS-422 (1)
16 (2) or 60 (3)
3
Not supported
1-1024 (5)
Notes:
(1) Requires the AD2083-02 series code converter.
(2) Preset information is stored at the converter, not the
dome.
(3) Requires AD2083-02 with firmware version 070111YB-156A or newer. Preset information is stored in
the dome, not the converter.
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5. Use the joystick to move the highlight to
Presets. Press Set to select. The Select
Preset to Program screen displays.
Specifications-Indoor Dome
SELECT PRESET TO PROGRAM
PRESET
NUMBER
PRESET NAME
1-96
PRESET 1-96
Operational
Pan/Tilt:
Manual Pan Speed......................... 0.2°-100° per second
(scaled to zoom position)
Manual Tilt Speed ........................ 0.25°-100° per second
(scaled to zoom position)
Preset Pan/Tilt Speed ............220° per second maximum
FOCUS FAR to program preset
EXIT
Pan Travel..................................360° continuous rotation
Tilt Travel ..................................................................>90°
6. Use the joystick to select the Preset you want
to program. If the Preset has been
programmed the dome automatically moves to
that position.
Pan/Tilt Accuracy .....................................................±0.5°
22X Camera Zoom Functions:
Optical Zoom..............................................................22X
Digital Zoom ...............................................................11X
Move the joystick right to increase the
preset number.
Zoom Pause......................................... 22X selectable or
33X default
Move the joystick left to decrease the
preset number.
Total Zoom ...............................................................242X
Maximum Zoom Stop .......44X, 66X, 88X (default), 110X,
132X, 154X, 176X, 198X, 220X, 242X
When the correct Preset number appears,
press Set to begin programming.
Zoom/Focus Accuracy ........................................... ±0.5%
7. The Presets screen displays. Use the joystick
to adjust the dome to the correct pan/tilt
position.
23x Day/Night Camera Zoom Functions:
Optical Zoom..............................................................23X
Digital Zoom ...............................................................10X
PRESETS
PRESET X
Zoom Pause......................................... 23X selectable or
35X default
Position camera with PAN
TILT, ZOOM and IRIS
Total Zoom ...............................................................230X
Maximum Zoom Stop .......46X, 69X, 92X (default), 115X,
138X, 161X, 184X, 207X, 230X
Zoom/Focus Accuracy ........................................... ±0.5%
Auto Synchronization:
FOCUS FAR to save and exit
EXIT
Line Locked.........................Remote V-phase adjustment
Internal ..........................................Built-in sync generator
IMPORTANT! If using the WV-CU550A
Controller with the WJ-SX550 Multiplexer, you
must press F3 (A. Res) to adjust the zoom,
focus, or iris settings. This places the controller
in normal navigating mode. Make the
necessary adjustments. When finished, press
F1 (On) to resume menu mode.
Address Range ....................................................... 1-255
Number of Presets:
VM16 / ADTT16 ........................... 96 with SensorNet 485
VM32 / AD32................................ 96 with SensorNet 485
AD2150 ............................................. 64 with Manchester
16 with RS422 (using AD2083-02A)
VM96......................Virtual with RS422 or SensorNet 485
8. Press Set to save the Preset information.
VM168 / AD168................................ 64 with Manchester,
RS-422 or SensorNet
16 with RS422 (using AD2083-02A)
9. To program more Presets, repeat steps 5
through 8. To exit the Dome Configuration
Menu and save changes, press F4 (Exit).
AD2050 ............................................. 64 with Manchester
16 with RS422 (using AD2083-02A)
To verify the Preset programming, enter a Preset
number (1-64) and press Preset.
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Quick View™ Access Time............<1 second to position.
Full zoom in <4 seconds.
Focus on VM16, VM32 and
VideoManager systems is <1 second.
Focus on VM96 and RV2715 systems
is <7 seconds
Programmable Patterns
Number Patterns.............................................................3
When I/O board is used:
Inputs ...................................... 4 dry contacts/3.5mA sink
Outputs ....................................... 4 open collector drivers
@ 12Vdc, 40mA
Environmental
Operating Temperature........ –10° to 50°C (14° to 122°F)
Storage
Relative Humidity .....................0 to 95% non-condensing
Program Storage ................ 256 Kbytes of Flash memory
Storage Temperature ................................ –20°C to 65°C
(–4°F to 149°F)
Data Storage .................................. 128 Kbytes of SRAM
Configuration Menu
Languages ................ English, French, German, Spanish,
Italian, and Portuguese
Mechanical
Height.............................................................20.8cm (8")
Eyeball Diameter............................................12cm (4.7")
Electrical
Weight:
Input Voltage .................................... 18-30Vac, 50/60 Hz
UL Class 2 LPS
Housing and Eyeball.............................. 1.36kg (3 lbs.)
Design Tolerance.............................. 16-36Vac, 50/60 Hz
Base (with I/O board)........................ 0.16kg (0.35 lbs.)
Base (standard) ................................ 0.09kg (0.20 lbs.)
Power Consumption ........................................ 16W max.
Current........................................................... 0.85A max.
Lens and Bubble Densities
Allowable Drop Out................................................100ms
Power On In-Rush Current ....................................... 1.5A
Eyeball Lens ......................................................... f0
Bubbles:
Surge Protection:
Video Output................................Low capacitance Zener
suppressor 6.5V, 1500W
Power Line.......................... TVS rated at 60V, 1.5 joules,
250A 8/20µs impulse
RS422............................................TVS rated at 9.8V/1A,
20V/25A, 500W,
8/20µs impulse
Manchester/
RUCLR (Clear) .................................................. f0
RUSLV (Silver) ....................................... f1.5 to f2
RUSMK (Smoke) ............................................ f0.5
RUGLD (Gold) ........................................ f1.5 to f2
Specifications-22X Camera
SensorNet 485.................... Gas discharge tube rated at:
8/20µs impulse discharge current
of 10kA, ten 8/20µs impulse
discharge current of 5kA
Isolation transformer coupled 2000Vrms
PTC fuse protects transformer.
TVS rated at 9.8V/1A, 20V/25A,
500W, 8/20µs impulse
Type .............................. Interline transfer 1/4" CCD array
Scanning Area..................................3.2 (H) x 2.4 (V) mm
Scanning System ..........................................2:1 interlace
Video Out ............................1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms composite
Signal-to-Noise.......................................... 50 dB (typical)
Alarm Input ....................................TVS rated at 9.8V/1A,
20V/25A, 500W, 8/20µs impulse
Horizontal Resolution .......................... 470 lines at center
Minimum Illumination ...............0.3 lux (AGC On, 20 IRE)
0.02 lux with ¼ s open shutter
White Balance ............................ Through-the-Lens (TTL)
Automatic Tracing White balance (ATW)
Alarms Inputs/Control Outputs:
When no I/O board is used:
Inputs........................................ 1 dry contact/3.5mA sink
Outputs ......................................... 1 open collector driver
@ 12Vdc, 40mA
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Color Camera Only
NTSC:
Effective Pixels............................768 (H) x 494 (V) pixels
Scanning ...........................525 lines, 60 fields, 30 frames
Horizontal ........................................................ 15.734kHz
Vertical ..................................................................59.9Hz
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Minimum Illumination ........ 0.5 lux (AGC On, 20 IRE)
PAL:
0.03 lux with ¼ s open shutter
0.01 lux in IR mode
0.009 lux in IR mode with ¼ s open shutter
Effective Pixels ........................... 752 (H) x 582 (V) pixels
Scanning........................... 625 lines, 50 fields, 25 frames
Horizontal ....................................................... 15.625kHz
Monochrome Camera Only
White Balance................... Through-the-Lens (TTL)
Automatic Tracing
White balance (ATW)
Horizontal Resolution.......................... 500 lines at center
NTSC:
Minimum Illumination ........... 0.008 lux (AGC On, 20 IRE)
0.004 lux with ¼ s open shutter
Scanning ...........................525 lines, 60 fields, 30 frames
Vertical..................................................................... 50Hz
White Balance ........................... Through-the-Lens (TTL)
Automatic Tracing White balance (ATW)
EIA:
Effective Pixels ........................... 768 (H) x 494 (V) pixels
Scanning........................... 525 lines, 60 fields, 30 frames
Horizontal ....................................................... 15.734kHz
Vertical.................................................................. 59.9Hz
CCIR:
Effective Pixels ........................... 752 (H) x 582 (V) pixels
Scanning........................... 625 lines, 50 fields, 25 frames
Effective Pixels............................724 (H) x 494 (V) pixels
Horizontal ........................................................ 15.734kHz
Vertical ..................................................................59.9Hz
PAL:
Effective Pixels............................724 (H) x 582 (V) pixels
Scanning ...........................625 lines, 50 fields, 25 frames
Horizontal ........................................................ 15.625kHz
Vertical .....................................................................50Hz
Lens Design
Type ........................................................ Aspherical
Horizontal ....................................................... 15.625kHz
Focal Length ..................................... 3.6 to 82.8mm
Vertical..................................................................... 50Hz
Aperture ........................................ f1.6 (wide angle)
f3.7 (telephoto)
Lens Design
Type.........................................................Aspherical
Viewing Angle (equivalent to 8-80 mm on 1/2" CCD
array, or 11-110 mm on 2/3" CCD array):
Focal Length........................................... 4 to 88mm
3.6mm ....................................... 54.0°(H) x 40.5°(V)
Aperture.........................................f1.6 (wide angle)
f3.8 (telephoto)
82.8mm ......................................... 2.5°(H) x 1.9°(V)
Viewing Angle (equivalent to 8-80 mm on 1/2" CCD
array, or 11-110 mm on 2/3" CCD array):
Field-of-View Formulas:
3.2mm* x distance from camera (m)
4mm...........................................47.0°(H) x 35.2°(V)
Focal length (mm)
88mm............................................. 2.2°(H) x 1.6°(V)
2.4mm** x distance from camera (m)
Focal length (mm)
Specifications-23X
Day/Night Camera
= Horizontal view (m)
= Vertical view (m)
* Horizontal scanning area of pickup device (mm) in camera.
** Vertical scanning area of pickup device (mm) in camera.
Type...............................Interline transfer 1/4" CCD array
Example: Wide angle view with lens at 6mm and viewed
object at 10m.
Scanning Area ................................. 3.2 (H) x 2.4 (V) mm
3.2mm x 10m
Scanning System.......................................... 2:1 interlace
6mm
Video Out............................ 1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms composite
2.4mm x 10m
Signal-to-Noise ..........................................50 dB (typical)
6mm
= 5.33m Horizontal view (m)
= 4.0m Vertical view (m)
Horizontal Resolution.......................... 470 lines at center
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Other Declarations
Declarations
Regulatory Compliance
Emissions ................................ 47 CFR, Part 15, Class A
ICES-003
EN55022, Class B
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
AS/NZ 3548, Class A
CISPR 22
Immunity ........................................................ EN50130-4
Safety .................................................................. UL1950
CSA C22.2 No. 950
EN60950
IEC 60950
FCC COMPLIANCE: This equipment complies with Part 15
of the FCC rules for intentional radiators and Class A digital
devices when installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual. Following these rules provides reasonable
protection against harmful interference from equipment
operated in a commercial area. This equipment should not be
installed in a residential area as it can radiate radio frequency
energy that could interfere with radio communications, a
situation the user would have to fix at their own expense.
EQUIPMENT MODIFICATION CAUTION: Equipment
changes or modifications not expressly approved by
Sensormatic Electronics Corporation, the party responsible for
FCC compliance, could void the user's authority to operate the
equipment and could create a hazardous condition.
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to provide the very best in customer service and support.
Dealers should contact American Dynamics at
(800) 507-6268 or (561) 912-6259 or on the web at
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