4-160-013-11 (2)
System Controller
User’s Guide
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly
and retain it for future reference.
RM-NS1000
© 2009 Sony Corporation
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Function Overview........................................................................... 5
Precautions and Limitations...........................................................7
Supported Systems .........................................................................7
Names of Parts.................................................................................8
Control Panel ......................................................................................... 8
Left Side .............................................................................................. 10
Rear ..................................................................................................... 11
Bottom ................................................................................................. 11
Chapter 2 Operations in RM-NS1000 Mode
Overview......................................................................................... 12
Logging On to the System ............................................................ 12
Viewing and Using the LCD .......................................................... 14
Viewing the LCD ................................................................................ 14
Operating the Multi Function Menu.................................................... 14
Switching Modes ........................................................................... 15
Operations in the Main Screen ..................................................... 16
Selecting a Monitor Frame............................................................ 18
Selecting a Camera........................................................................ 19
Assigning Cameras to Monitoring Frames ................................. 19
Switching between Monitoring Live Images and Playing
Recorded Images .................................................................... 20
Setting the Joystick to Mouse Mode............................................ 21
Controlling Cameras ..................................................................... 21
Performing Pan, Tilt, and Zoom Operations ....................................... 21
Returning All Cameras to Preset Position 1........................................ 22
Using the Digital Zoom ....................................................................... 22
Using Manual Focus............................................................................ 23
Using Auto Focus ................................................................................ 23
Adjusting the Brightness of Images .................................................... 23
Setting Image Brightness Adjustment to Auto Mode ......................... 23
Using Camera Presets................................................................... 24
Moving a Camera to a Preset Position ................................................ 24
Setting a New Preset Position ............................................................. 24
Performing a Camera Tour ........................................................... 25
Performing Camera Tours ................................................................... 25
Performing Shadow Tours................................................................... 26
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Performing a Layout Tour ............................................................. 27
Outputting Audio to the Camera .................................................. 28
Recording, Searching for, and Playing Back Images................. 29
Recording Live Images ....................................................................... 29
Using the Jog/Shuttle Dial................................................................... 30
Playing Back Recorded Images........................................................... 31
Operations in the Search Screen.......................................................... 35
Searching for Recorded Images .......................................................... 36
Playing Back Recorded Images from Search Results ......................... 38
Exporting Recorded Images ......................................................... 38
Exporting Recorded Images ................................................................ 38
Exporting Recorded Images as Still Images........................................ 41
Locking Operation ......................................................................... 41
To Lock Operation .............................................................................. 41
To Unlock the Lock............................................................................. 42
Setting the System Controller to the Off State ........................... 42
Adjusting the Brightness of the LCD ........................................... 43
Adjusting the Brightness and Contrast ................................................ 43
Turning On/Off the code number indication ....................................... 43
Multi Function Menu...................................................................... 44
Monitor Layout.................................................................................... 45
Device.................................................................................................. 45
Volume ................................................................................................ 47
System Lock ........................................................................................ 48
Button Confirmation............................................................................ 50
System Menu....................................................................................... 51
Chapter 3 Operations in Pelco Mode
Overview......................................................................................... 52
Viewing and Using the LCD .......................................................... 52
Viewing the LCD ................................................................................ 52
Operating the Multi Function Menu.................................................... 53
Switching Modes ........................................................................... 53
Selecting a Camera........................................................................ 54
Controlling Cameras ..................................................................... 55
Performing Pan, Tilt, and Zoom Operations ....................................... 55
Using Manual Focus............................................................................ 55
Adjusting the Brightness of Images .................................................... 55
Locking Operation ......................................................................... 56
To Lock Operation .............................................................................. 56
To Unlock the Lock............................................................................. 56
Setting the System Controller to the Off State ........................... 57
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Adjusting the Brightness of the LCD ........................................... 57
Multi Function Menu...................................................................... 58
Protocol ............................................................................................... 59
Baudrate............................................................................................... 59
System Lock ........................................................................................ 60
System Menu....................................................................................... 62
Chapter 4 Other Information
Screen Index .................................................................................. 63
RM-NS1000 Mode .............................................................................. 63
Pelco Mode.......................................................................................... 68
I/O Port............................................................................................ 70
Troubleshooting................................................................................... 70
Specifications ................................................................................ 71
Dimensions .................................................................................... 71
Trademarks
• “IPELA” and
are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
Other products or system names appearing in this document are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
Further, the ®‚ or ™ symbols are not used in the text.
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Table of Contents
Chapter
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Introduction
Function Overview
The RM-NS1000 system controller is a system controller for remotely operating various functions of a surveillance
system. Connect it to the surveillance server or the computer used for remote operations in order to perform operations
such as monitoring or searching for and playing back recorded images.
The system controller has RM-NS1000 mode, and Pelco mode to select from in accordance with your surveillance server,
software, and cameras.
Configuration example in RM-NS1000 mode:
When using the NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager Advanced, perform operation in RM-NS1000 mode.
Machine room
Surveillance room
Monitoring and configuration via
system controller with RealShot
Manager Advanced Client.
Monitors
Analog cameras
Install
Network
NSR-1000 Series
Windows
Computer
Mouse
RealShot Manager Advanced
Monitoring software
Keyboard
Headphones
system controller
RM-NS1000
Surveillance camera
system controller
RM-NS1000
NSRE-S200
NSRE-S200
Note
A keyboard and mouse are required when logging on to the NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager Advanced.
Function Overview
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Configuration example in Pelco mode:
When connecting a Pelco-D or -P protocol camera directly to the system controller via the RS-485 port to perform pan,
tilt, and zoom control, perform operation in Pelco mode.
Monitors
Chapter 1 Introduction
Video Out
Video Out
Video Out
Pelco-D or -P protocol camera
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Function Overview
system controller
RM-NS1000
Changing the screen (layout)
You can change the screen layout when your are
monitoring live images or playing back recorded images.
Selecting a camera
You can use the numeric keypad or joystick to select the
camera to control.
Camera control
You can perform operations such as panning, tilting, and
zooming, adjusting the focus and iris, and presetting
camera positions.
Panning, tilting, and zooming are performed by moving
the joystick up, down, left, and right.
Recording images, and playing back and
searching for recorded images
You can remotely perform operations such as recording
images and playing back, pausing, and frame-by-frame
forwarding recorded images. It is also possible, for
example, to switch the screen display (live/playback)
mode and search for and export recorded images.
Precautions and
Limitations
Chapter 1 Introduction
Highly functional system controller with support
for two modes
The system controller is provided with RM-NS1000 mode,
and Pelco to select from in accordance with your
surveillance server, software, and cameras. You can
operate various functions remotely such as monitoring,
searching, and playback.
• The joystick is a precision part, so do not use excessive
force when operating it. Doing so may result in a
malfunction.
• The system controller is designed to be used indoors.
Refrain from using it outdoors.
• Use in locations with excessive smoke, steam, moisture,
or dust may result in a malfunction.
Supported Systems
The system controller supports the following systems.
• Sony NSR-1000-Series Network Surveillance Server
(Version 1.1 or later)
• A computer on which RealShot Manager Advanced
(Version 1.1 or later), an application software with
controls compatible with this equipment, is installed
System controller operation lock
When, for instance, you leave your seat during operation,
you can lock system controller operation to prevent other
people performing operations.
Precautions and Limitations / Supported Systems
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Names of Parts
Control Panel
Chapter 1 Introduction
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A POWER LED
Lights green when the AC adapter is connected to an
outlet.
B
(LOCK) button
Locks or unlocks system controller operation.
For the operating procedure, see “Locking Operation”
(page 41).
C
(PANIC) button
Returns all cameras to preset position 1.
D
(ALARM) button
Used when you use the joystick to select the alarm
history.
E LCD
Used to check the current status and operate each of
the items in the multi function menu.
F Multi function buttons
Used to select/execute each of the items in the multi
function menu.
For the operating procedure, see “Viewing and Using
the LCD” (page 14).
G
8
(ALL SELECT) button
Selects all monitor frames.
Names of Parts
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H Custom function buttons
Used to access pre-registered functions.
F1: Sets image brightness adjustment to auto mode.
F2: Turns the auto focus on.
F3: Turns the DIRECT operations on or off.
F4 to F8: These buttons are not used.
I Camera preset area
Used to move cameras to preset positions, and
configure preset positions.
(PRESET) button
Moves the selected camera to the preset position.
(SET) button
The current camera position is set as the preset
position.
J Camera control area
Used to control cameras.
For the operating procedure, see “Controlling
Cameras” (page 21).
(CURSOR) button/LED
Sets the joystick to mouse mode.
If mouse mode is set, the joystick can be operated in
the same way as a mouse.
In mouse mode, the LED is lit green.
PTZ LED
This LED is lit green when pan, tilt, and zoom
operations can be performed.
MANUAL FOCUS buttons
Adjust the focus of the camera currently selected.
Press
when you want to focus on an object in the
distance and press
when you want to focus on an
object nearby.
K Joystick
Used to select monitor frames and cameras, and
perform camera pan, tilt, and zoom operations.
You can use the top button as follows.
When PTZ LED is lit: Return selected cameras to
preset position 1.
When PTZ LED is not lit: Confirm selections and
operations.
The jog dial and shuttle ring can only be used when the
JOG/SHUTTLE LED is lit.
M
(LIVE) button
Switches the selected monitor frame to live images.
N
(CAMERA TOUR) button
Starts or stops the camera tour.
For the operating procedure, see “Performing a
Camera Tour” (page 25).
O
(STILL CAPTURE) button
Captures one scene of recorded or live images and
exports it as a still image file.
For the operating procedure, see “Exporting Recorded
Images as Still Images” (page 41).
P
(LAYOUT TOUR) button
Starts or stops a registered layout tour.
For the operating procedure, see “Performing a
Camera Tour” (page 25).
Q
(MIC) button
While this button is pressed, the LED is lit green and
audio is sent to the camera.
(This function is only available with RealShot
Manager Advanced.)
R
(MONITOR SELECT) button
Used to select the monitor frame.
For the operating procedure, see “Selecting a Monitor
Frame” (page 18).
S
(FULL SCREEN) button
Displays the current layout (monitor frame
arrangement) over the whole screen.
Switching to full screen hides the pane, control
buttons, and other items.
T
(CAMERA SELECT) button
Used to assign a camera to a monitor frame.
For the operating procedure, see “Selecting a
Camera” (page 19).
L Search and playback area
Used to search for and play back recorded images.
(JOG/SHUTTLE) button/LED
Enables or disables the jog/shuttle dial.
When lit: Enabled
When not lit: Disabled
Note
If the button is pressed to turn on the LED when the
currently selected monitor frame is PLAYBACK, the
recorded images are paused or played back at +/- speed
according to the position of the shuttle ring.
(PAUSE) button
Pauses playback.
(PLAY) button
Plays the recorded images of the selected monitor
frame.
Jog/shuttle dial
Used to change the playback speed and to frame-byframe forward/rewind during the playback of recorded
images.
The top part is the jog dial and the bottom part is the
shuttle ring.
For how to use the jog dial and shuttle ring, see “Using
the Jog/Shuttle Dial” (page 30).
Chapter 1 Introduction
IRIS buttons
Adjusts the aperture of the currently selected camera
to change the brightness.
Adjust the aperture in the
direction to make the
images brighter, and adjust it in the
direction to
make the images darker.
Note
U Microphone
This is the built-in microphone.
Names of Parts
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Chapter 1 Introduction
V BACK button/TOP MENU button
Displays the multi function menu that is shown on the
LCD.
(This function is only available with RealShot
Manager Advanced.)
For the operating procedure, see “Viewing and Using
the LCD” (page 14).
W Numeric keypad
Used to enter numbers.
X
(DIGITAL ZOOM) button
Turns the digital zoom on or off.
(BACK) button
Redisplays the previous multi function menu screen.
(TOP MENU) button
Redisplays the top menu.
Left Side
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A USB ports
Connect a USB keyboard, USB mouse, or USB flash
memory.
B Microphone input jack
Input audio from a microphone.
This jack supports plug-in-power microphones.
Note
This jack functions only with RealShot Manager
Advanced.
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Names of Parts
C Headphone jack
Connect headphones.
Note
This jack functions only with RealShot Manager
Advanced.
Rear
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A RS-485 port
Used to control Pelco-D or -P protocol cameras.
For the connection procedure, see “I/O Port”
(page 70).
B Power supply connector
Connect the supplied AC adapter.
Bottom
1
A USB cable
Connect this cable to a USB port of the NSR-1000
series or a computer with RealShot Manager
Advanced installed.
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3
C AC cord holder
Wrap the AC adapter cord around the holder to secure
the cord.
B USB cable holder
Thread the USB cable through the groove in
accordance with the location that the system controller
is placed.
Names of Parts
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Operations in RM-NS1000
Mode
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Chapter 2 Operations in RM-NS1000 Mode
Overview
Logging On to the System
RM-NS1000 mode is for when you are operating the
NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager Advanced.
Turn on the power of the system controller, and log on to
the NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager Advanced.
This chapter describes the following operations in
RM-NS1000 mode.
• Logging On to the System (page 12)
• Viewing and Using the LCD (page 14)
• Switching Modes (page 15)
• Operations in the Main Screen (page 16)
• Selecting a Monitor Frame (page 18)
• Selecting a Camera (page 19)
• Assigning Cameras to Monitoring Frames (page 19)
• Switching between Monitoring Live Images and Playing
Recorded Images (page 20)
• Controlling Cameras (page 21)
• Using Camera Presets (page 24)
• Performing a Camera Tour (page 25)
• Performing a Layout Tour (page 27)
• Outputting Audio to the Camera (page 28)
• Recording, Searching for, and Playing Back Images
(page 29)
• Exporting Recorded Images (page 38)
• Locking Operation (page 41)
• Setting the System Controller to the Off State (page 42)
• Adjusting the Brightness of the LCD (page 43)
• Multi Function Menu (page 44)
Note
In this chapter, mainly the screens of RealShot Manager
Advanced are used for the explanations. These screens are
subject to change without notice.
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Chapter
Overview / Logging On to the System
Note
A keyboard and mouse are required when logging on to the
NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager Advanced. If the
user name and password consist only of numbers, you can
use the numeric keypad of the system controller to log on.
When a password is not set for the system
controller
1
Connect the AC adapter of the system controller to an
outlet.
The power of the system controller turns on and the top
screen appears.
2
Log on to the system.
Use the keyboard to enter your user name and
password, and click [Logon].
If authentication is successful, the Main screen
appears.
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1
If the password is authenticated, the top screen
appears.
Connect the AC adapter of the system controller to an
outlet.
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When a password is set for the system
controller
Enter the system controller password with the numeric
keypad, and press the ENTER key.
When the power turns on, the following screen appears
and the system controller enters a locked state.
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Log on to the system.
Use the keyboard to enter your user name and
password, and click [Logon].
2
Press the LOCK button.
If authentication is successful, the Main screen
appears.
A screen requesting you to enter the password appears.
Logging On to the System
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Viewing and Using the
LCD
On the LCD, you can check the current status and operate
the multi function menu.
Operating the Multi Function Menu
Each item of the multi function menu corresponds to one
of the multi function buttons below the LCD.
When you want to select or operate an item of the multi
function menu, press the button directly below the item to
display a screen that corresponds with that item.
Example: When operating the
menu
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Viewing the LCD
Top screen
Currently selected
Currently selected camera ID
monitor frame number
Current monitor frame status
Press the button
Multi function menu
When you have entered the multi function menu
Example: Controller screen
Menu name
The Server screen appears
Code number
Submenu
Note
Code numbers are numbers to help you refer to this guide.
For details on how to use code numbers, see “Screen
Index” (page 63).
Press the button
Return to the
previous screen
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Viewing and Using the LCD
Return to the
top screen
5
Press the
(OK) button.
Switching Modes
Switch to RM-NS1000 mode or Pelco mode in accordance
with the devices you are using.
1
Press the
button.
The setting complete screen appears, and the
“Completed” indication appears.
2
Press the
(MODE) button.
The mode is switched, and the top screen of the
selected mode appears.
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The Controller menu screen appears.
The Mode screen appears.
3
Press the button for the mode to which you want to
switch.
Current mode
If a password is set, a screen requesting you to enter
the password appears. Go to step 4.
If a password is not set, a confirmation screen appears.
Go to step 5.
4
Enter the password with the numeric keypad, and press
the ENTER key.
If the password is authenticated, a confirmation screen
appears.
Switching Modes
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Operations in the Main Screen
The Main screen of the NSR-1000 series and RealShot Manager Advanced and the system controller are linked as shown
below.
1Selecting a monitor frame
4Searching and playing back
2Selecting a layout
3Layout tour
5Full screen display
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6Selecting a camera
7All monitor frames
8Switching live / playback
9Camera control
0Adjusting the camera
qaCamera tour
qsPlayback operations
qjPlaying back recorded images from the
alarm history
qgMoving to a
preset position
qdExporting recorded images
qfCapturing still images
qhMicrophone input (RealShot Manager Advanced only)
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Operations in the Main Screen
qjPlaying back recorded images from the alarm history
2Selecting a layout
4Specifying a date and time and then playing back recorded images
qsPlayback operations
qdExporting recorded images
7All monitor frames
qgMoving to a preset position
5Full screen display
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6Selecting a camera
qsPlayback
operations
9Camera control
0Adjusting the camera
1Selecting a monitor frame
qhMicrophone input (RealShot Manager Advanced only)
3Performing a layout tour
qfCapturing still images
qaPerforming a camera tour
8Switching live / playback
For details on the operations, see the following pages.
Operation
1 Selecting a monitor frame
Reference
Page
18, 19
2 Selecting a layout
45
3 Performing a layout tour
27
4 Specifying a date and time and then
playing back recorded images
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5 Full screen display
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6 Selecting a camera
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7 All monitor frames
8
8 Switching live / playback
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9 Camera control
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0 Adjusting the camera
21
qa Performing a camera tour
25
qs Playback operations
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qd Exporting recorded images
38
qf Capturing still images
41
qg Moving to a preset position
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Operation
Reference
Page
qh Microphone input (RealShot Manager
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Advanced only)
qj Playing back recorded images from the
33
alarm history
Operations in the Main Screen
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Selecting a Monitor
Frame
Use the numeric keypad or joystick to select a monitor
frame.
1
Press the
(MONITOR SELECT) button.
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The following screen appears.
At the same time, a monitor frame number appears in
each of the monitor frames in the Main screen.
2
Select a monitor frame.
To select with the numeric keypad:
Enter the monitor frame number, and press the
ENTER key.
To select with the joystick:
Move the joystick left or right to select the monitor
frame, and press the top button.
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Selecting a Monitor Frame
The light blue frame moves to the selected monitor
frame, and the selected monitor frame number appears
in the screen on the LCD.
Example: When monitor frame 2 is selected
Selecting a Camera
Select the camera for the live images you want to monitor
or recorded images you want to play.
You can use the joystick or numeric keypad to select the
camera.
Select the monitor frame in which to display the
camera images.
2
Press the
You can select a monitor frame and assign a camera.
1
Press the
(MONITOR SELECT) button.
(CAMERA SELECT) button.
The following screen appears.
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Assigning Cameras to
Monitoring Frames
The following screen appears.
At the same time, a monitor frame number appears in
each of the monitor frames in the Main screen.
3
Enter the camera ID with the numeric keypad, and
press the ENTER key.
The images of the selected camera appear in the
monitor frame, and the selected camera ID appears in
the screen on the LCD.
Example: When “003” is entered and selected
2
Enter the monitor frame number with the numeric
keypad.
Assign a camera next.
Selecting a Camera / Assigning Cameras to Monitoring Frames
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3
Press the
(CAMERA SELECT) button.
Switching between
Monitoring Live Images
and Playing Recorded
Images
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You can switch the status of the selected monitor frame
(monitoring live images and playing recorded images).
The light blue frame moves to the selected monitor
frame, and the next screen appears.
Press the LIVE button.
Switching to playing recorded images
Press the PLAY button.
4
Enter the camera ID with the numeric keypad.
5
Press the ENTER key.
The camera is assigned to the monitor frame.
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Switching to live images
Switching between Monitoring Live Images and Playing Recorded Images
Setting the Joystick to
Mouse Mode
If the mouse mode is set, you can perform mouse
operations using the joystick.
For a camera equipped with pan and tilt functions, you can
monitor the images from the camera while performing
operations such as panning, tilting, and zooming.
Note
The PTZ LED on the system controller lights green when
pan, tilt, and zoom operations can be performed.
Performing Pan, Tilt, and Zoom
Operations
The panning and tilting operations are achieved by moving
the joystick in the direction in which you want the camera
to face.
Panning
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Press the
(CURSOR) button.
The LED is lit green, and the joystick enters mouse mode.
Controlling Cameras
Move the joystick right or left.
Front view
Tilting
Move the joystick up or down.
Right view
Setting the Joystick to Mouse Mode / Controlling Cameras
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Zooming
Rotate the z-axis of the joystick clockwise to zoom in
(Tele), and rotate it counterclockwise to zoom out (Wide).
2
Use the joystick to operate pan, tilt, and zoom.
Panning
Move the joystick right or left.
Front view
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Returning All Cameras to Preset
Position 1
Press the PANIC button to return all PTZ cameras that are
displayed in the camera tree on the NSR-1000 series or
RealShot Manager Advanced to preset position 1.
Tilting
Move the joystick up or down.
Right view
Zooming
Using the Digital Zoom
You can also perform digital pan and tilt during digital
zoom.
1
Rotate the z-axis of the joystick clockwise to zoom in
(Tele), and rotate it counterclockwise to zoom out
(Wide).
Press the DIGITAL ZOOM button.
Returning to optical zoom
Press the DIGITAL ZOOM button again.
If the [Camera Control] pane is displayed, [DIGITAL]
lights.
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Controlling Cameras
Using Manual Focus
Adjusting the Brightness of Images
You can use the MANUAL FOCUS button to adjust the
focus manually.
Adjust the iris of the camera to change the brightness.
Adjust the aperture in the
direction to make the images
brighter, and adjust it in the
direction to make the
images darker.
Press
when you want to focus on an object in the
distance and press
when you want to focus on an
object nearby.
Note
When you use the MANUAL FOCUS buttons, adjustment
enters manual mode.
Using Auto Focus
Press the F2 button to set focus adjustment to auto mode.
When you use the IRIS buttons, adjustment enters manual
mode.
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Note
Setting Image Brightness
Adjustment to Auto Mode
Press the F1 button to set brightness adjustment to auto
mode.
Controlling Cameras
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Using Camera Presets
Select a preset.
To select with the numeric keypad:
Enter the preset number, and press the ENTER key.
To select with the joystick:
Select a preset in the [Camera Control] pane, and press
the top button.
You can move a camera to preset positions stored on the
camera.
It is also possible to set new preset positions.
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Moving a Camera to a Preset
Position
1
Select any monitor frame, and display the images of
the camera you want to control.
2
Press the PRESET button.
The camera moves to the preset position.
Setting a New Preset Position
The Camera Preset screen appears.
1
Select any monitor frame, and display the images of
the camera you want to control.
2
Perform pan, tilt, and zoom operations to move the
camera to the desired position.
3
Press the SET button.
The Camera Set screen appears.
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Using Camera Presets
4
Enter the preset number with the numeric keypad, and
press the ENTER key.
The current camera position is set as the preset
position.
Performing a Camera
Tour
Performing Camera Tours
Note
To use the camera tour function, a camera tour needs to be
set in advance. For the setting procedure, see the user’s
guide for your NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager
Advanced.
1
Select any monitor frame, and display the images of
the camera you want to control.
2
Press the CAMERA TOUR button.
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You can perform a tour to move a camera to the pan, tilt,
and zoom positions specified for presets in order. The
camera only stops at each preset position for the duration
set in advance.You can also record camera movements
using the shadow tour function, and perform shadow tours
that reproduce these movements.
The Camera Tour screen appears.
Performing a Camera Tour
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Select a camera tour.
Press the CAMERA TOUR button.
To select with the numeric keypad:
Enter the tour number, and press the ENTER key.
To select with the joystick:
Select a tour in the [Camera Control] pane of the Main
screen, and press the top button.
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The Camera Tour screen appears.
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3
Press the camera tour
Press the
(SHADOW TOUR) button.
button.
The Shadow Tour screen appears.
The camera tour starts.
5
Press the
camera tour.
button when you want to end the
Performing Shadow Tours
Note
To use the shadow tour function, a shadow tour needs to be
set in advance. For the setting procedure, see “Shadow
tours (Shadow Tour)” (page 47).
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Select any monitor frame, and display the images of
the camera you want to control.
Performing a Camera Tour
4
Select a shadow tour.
To select with the numeric keypad:
Enter the tour number, and press the ENTER key.
To select with the joystick:
Select a tour in the [Camera Control] pane of the Main
screen, and press the top button.
5
Press the shadow tour
button.
Performing a Layout Tour
You can perform monitoring using the layout tour function
for sequentially changing the display shown on the display
at a preset time.
The shadow tour starts.
Press the
shadow tour.
button when you want to end the
To use the layout tour function, it needs to be set in
advance. For the setting procedure, see the user’s guide for
your NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager Advanced.
1
Select any monitor frame, and display the images of
the camera you want to control.
2
Press the LAYOUT TOUR button.
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Note
The Layout Tour screen appears.
3
Select a layout tour.
To select with the numeric keypad:
Enter the layout tour number, and press the ENTER
key.
To select with the joystick:
Select a layout tour from the [Tour] toolbar of the
Main screen, and press the top button.
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4
Press the
button.
Outputting Audio to the
Camera
The layout tour starts.
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5
Press the
layout tour.
button when you want to end the
1
Select any monitor frame, and display the images of
the camera to which you want to output audio.
2
Output audio by holding down the MIC button.
Audio is output to the camera while the MIC button is
pressed.
The layout tour also ends when you press the TOP
MENU button to redisplay the top screen.
The LED is lit green while the button is pressed
Note
This function is only available with RealShot Manager
Advanced.
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Outputting Audio to the Camera
Recording, Searching for,
and Playing Back Images
You can record the images currently being captured by a
camera.
Perform the recording operation from the multi function
menu.
1
Select the monitor frame for which you want to record
live images.
Note
If live images are not displayed, press the LIVE
button.
This section describes the following operations.
• Recording Live Images (page 29)
• Using the Jog/Shuttle Dial (page 30)
• Playing Back Recorded Images (page 31)
• Operations in the Search Screen (page 35)
• Searching for Recorded Images (page 36)
• Playing Back Recorded Images from Search Results
(page 38)
2
Press the
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You can record live images, and search for recorded image
data or audio data and play back the data. It is also possible
to export saved recorded images as files.
Perform image recording, searching, and playback
operations from the Server menu of the multi function
menu.
Recording Live Images
button.
The Server menu screen appears.
3
Press the
button.
Recording starts.
Note
Recording continues even if you change the layout.
4
Press the
recording.
button when you want to stop
Recording stops.
5
Press the TOP MENU button when you want to
redisplay the top screen.
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Using the Jog/Shuttle Dial
Use the jog/shuttle dial to change the playback speed and
to frame-by-frame forward/rewind during the playback of
recorded images.
The top part of the jog/shuttle dial is the jog dial, and the
bottom part is the shuttle ring.
Use the shuttle ring to change the playback speed of
recorded images.
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LED
Center
The recorded images are paused.
Rotate clockwise
The playback speed is changed in incremental steps as
shown below
+0.2x t +1x t +2x t +5x t +10x t +20x t
+50x
Shuttle ring
Jog dial
Note
The jog/shuttle dial can only be used when the JOG/
SHUTTLE LED is lit. If the LED is not lit, press the JOG/
SHUTTLE button to turn it on.
Using the jog dial
Use the jog dial to frame-by-frame forward/rewind
recorded images.
Note
The jog dial can be used when the shuttle ring is in the
center position.
Rotate clockwise
Frame-by-frame forwarding is performed in accordance
with the speed to which the jog dial is rotated.
Rotate counterclockwise
Frame-by-frame rewinding is performed in accordance
with the speed to which the jog dial is rotated.
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Using the shuttle ring
Recording, Searching for, and Playing Back Images
Rotate counterclockwise
The playback speed is changed in incremental steps as
shown below
-0.2x t -1x t -2x t -5x t -10x t -20x t -50x
Playing Back Recorded Images
2
Simple operations are available for playing recorded
images, including quick playback for automatically
rewinding a specified amount of time before playback,
using date and time to specify the amount of time to rewind
or the playback position before playback, and playing from
alarm history.
Press the
button.
The Server menu screen appears.
Press the
(PLAYBACK) button.
4
Press the
(BEFORE TIME) button.
5
Enter the rewind time in minutes with the numeric
keypad, and press the ENTER key.
Quick Playback
By selecting a monitor frame and pressing the PLAY
button during live status, you can automatically rewind the
amount of time specified beforehand on the NSR-1000
series or RealShot Manager Advanced before playing back
recorded images.
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Note
You can configure the amount of time to rewind for quick
playback on the GUI Configuration screen of the
NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager Advanced. For
details, refer to the User’s Guide (PDF) for the NSR-1000
series and RealShot Manager Advanced.
Specifying the amount of time to rewind
(BEFORE TIME)
You can specify in minutes the amount of time to rewind
before playback.
Note
The initial value for the rewind time is 1 minute.
The recorded images are found, and displayed in the
monitoring frame in a paused state.
6
Press the
(GO) button.
The recorded images are played back.
7
Press the TOP MENU button when you want to
redisplay the top screen.
Note
This method for playback is unique to the system
controller.
1
Select the monitor frame with the camera for which
you want to play the recorded images assigned.
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Specifying a date and time and then
playing back recorded images
5
Enter the year/month/day with the numeric keypad,
and press the ENTER key or
(NEXT) button.
You can specify a date and time for the playback position
of recorded images.
This operation corresponds to the action performed in the
Monitor Control pane of the Main screen.
Note
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The order in which the year, month, and day is
displayed varies depending on the connected
NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager Advanced
settings.
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1
Select the monitor frame with the camera for which
you want to play the recorded images assigned.
2
Press the
Enter the hour:minute:second with the numeric
keypad, and press the ENTER key or
(OK)
button.
button.
Note
Pressing the
(PREV.) button redisplays the
previous screen where you can specify a different date.
The Server menu screen appears.
3
Press the
(PLAYBACK) button.
4
Press the
(DATE/TIME) button.
The specified date and time is reflected in [Date] of the
[Monitor Control] pane.
7
Press the
(GO) button.
The screen for entering a date and time appears.
The recorded images are played back.
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Press the TOP MENU button when you want to
redisplay the top screen.
Jumping to recorded images for playback
The buttons correspond to the following buttons in the
Playback Control pane.
You can search while jumping to recorded images one by
one.
Previous alarm
1
Select a monitor frame in which recorded images are
being played back.
2
Press the
Next alarm
Previous recording
Next recording
button.
3
Press the
(PLAYBACK) button.
4
Press the
(JUMP SEARCH) button.
6
Press the PLAY button.
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The Server menu screen appears.
The recorded images are played back.
7
Press the TOP MENU button when you want to
redisplay the top screen.
Playing back from alarm history
5
1
Click to select the monitor frame of the recorded
images you want to play.
2
Press the ALARM button.
Press the desired button to search for images.
(Previous alarm): Search for the previous alarm
recorded data.
(Next alarm): Search for the next alarm recorded
data.
(Previous recoding): Search for the previous
recording.
(Next recording): Search for the next recording.
The following screen appears.
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3
Use the joystick to select alarm history from the Alarm
History pane, and press the top button.
4
Press the TOP MENU button when you want to
redisplay the top screen.
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Recording, Searching for, and Playing Back Images
Operations in the Search Screen
The Search screen of the NSR-1000 series and RealShot Manager Advanced and the system controller are linked as shown
below.
1Specifying search conditions
2Image control
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5Exporting recorded images
4Capturing still images
3Playback operations
1Specifying search conditions
3Playback operations
5Exporting recorded images
3Playback
operations
Operation
2Image control
4Capturing still images
Reference
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1 Specifying search conditions
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2 Image control
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3 Playback operations
31
4 Capturing still images
41
5 Exporting recorded images
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Searching for Recorded Images
You can search for a recorded image from the previous day
by searching all triggers, instead of specifying the date and
time or the recording type. You can also specify advanced
search conditions, as necessary.
This operation corresponds to the action performed on the
[Normal] tab of the Search screen.
Note
Pressing the
(SEARCH MENU) button
switches from the Main screen to the Search screen.
3
Press the
(SEARCH) button.
By pressing the
(SEARCH) button without
specifying a time, you can search all trigger conditions
within the previous 24 hours of images from the
selected camera.
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A list of search results is displayed.
Note
When you perform search operations using the system
controller, search results are displayed in timeline
view.
Note
The check box of the device selected in the Main screen is
selected. When the [All monitor frames] check box is
selected in the Main screen, the check boxes for all
displayed devices are selected.
1
Press the
button.
The Server menu screen appears.
2
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Press the
(SEARCH MENU) button.
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Specifying Advanced Search Conditions
1
Specify a range of dates and times for which to search.
1 Specify the search start point.
Click the
(DATE/TIME FROM) button.
r
Enter the year/month/day with the numeric keypad,
press the ENTER key or
(NEXT) button.
The specified dates and times are reflected in [From]
and [To].
Note
The order in which the year, month, and day is
displayed varies depending on the connected
NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager Advanced
settings.
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Enter the hour:minute:second with the numeric
keypad, and press the ENTER key or
(OK)
button.
Specify the recording types for which to search.
1 Press the
(RECORD TYPE) button.
2 Press the recording type buttons.
A button is switched on or off each time it is
pressed.
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2 Specify the search end point.
Click the
(DATE/TIME TO) button.
2
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Enter the year/month/day with the numeric keypad,
and press the ENTER key or
(NEXT) button.
The corresponding checkmarks in the Search
screen also turn on or off because they are linked to
the buttons.
Note
The order in which the year, month, and day is
displayed varies depending on the connected
NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager Advanced
settings.
r
Enter the hour:minute:second with the numeric
keypad, and press the ENTER key or
(OK)
button.
Notes
• Pressing the BACK button redisplays the previous
screen where you can specify search conditions
again.
• Pressing the
(NEXT) button in step (1)
displays the following screen, and you can perform
a search (JUMP SEARCH) or export recorded
images.
The Search Menu (1/2) screen is redisplayed.
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3
Press the
(SEARCH) button to start the search.
Exporting Recorded
Images
A list of search results is displayed.
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Exporting Recorded Images
Note
When you perform search operations using the system
controller, search results are displayed in timeline
view.
4
Press the TOP MENU button when you want to
redisplay the top screen.
Playing Back Recorded Images from
Search Results
Press the PLAY button.
The recorded images are played back in the selected
monitor frame.
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This function can be performed in both the Main screen
and the Search screen.
Video is exported in a native format (.cam file), and still
images in JPEG format. Exported video can be played
back with an application for playing CAM files.
Exporting Recorded Images
You can export saved recorded images as files.
The start point (mark in) and end point (mark out) of the
recorded images to export can be specified during
playback, as well as by specifying dates and times.
Notes
• When using the NSR-1000 series, the images are
exported to USB media.
• When using RealShot Manager Advanced, the images
are exported to the hard disk.
Export destination: Install folder\Exports
• Media File Player is exported with the images.
This operation corresponds to the operation for exporting
recorded images in the Playback Control pane of the Main
screen and Search screen.
2
Displaying the Export Screen
Export recorded images in the Export screen of the Server
menu.
1
Select a monitor frame, and display the recorded
images you want to export.
2
Press the
Play back the recorded images, press the
button.
(OUT)
button.
The end point is set for the current position.
Press the
(EXPORT START) button.
The Server menu screen appears.
3
Press the
(PLAYBACK) button.
The recorded images and Media File Player are
exported to the USB media.
4
4
Press the
Press the TOP MENU button when you want to
redisplay the top screen.
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Specifying dates and times for the start
point and end point
button.
1
Display the Export screen, and press the
DATE/TIME) button.
2
Specify the date and time for the start point.
(IN
The Export screen appears.
Specifying the start point and end point
during playback
1
Play back the recorded images, press the
button.
(IN)
1 Enter the year/month/day with the numeric keypad,
and press the ENTER key or
(NEXT) button.
The start point is set for the current position.
Note
The order in which the year, month, and day is
displayed varies depending on the connected
NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager Advanced
settings.
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2 Enter the hour:minute:second with the numeric
keypad, and press the ENTER key or
(OK)
button.
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Specify the date and time for the end point.
1 Enter the year/month/day with the numeric keypad,
and press the ENTER key or
(NEXT) button.
The following screen also appears on the NSR-1000
series and RealShot Manager Advanced to display the
progress.
Note
The order in which the year, month, and day is
displayed varies depending on the connected
NSR-1000 series or RealShot Manager Advanced
settings.
Notes
• If there is insufficient free space on the media,
exporting stops.
• If you click
(CLOSE) during exporting, you
can return to the Main screen while continuing
exporting.
• If you click
(ABORT), the export ends
partway through, but the recorded images up until
that point are exported.
• If files that are currently recording are exported, they
may not be able to be played back normally. When
exporting recordings that are currently recording,
specify an end point (mark out) that is well beyond
the current time.
2 Enter the hour:minute:second with the numeric
keypad, and press the ENTER key or
(OK)
button.
The end point is set, and the Export screen is
redisplayed.
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(EXPORT START) button.
Export begins and the exporting in progress screen
appears.
The start point is set.
3
Press the
Exporting Recorded Images
Press the TOP MENU button when you want to
redisplay the top screen.
Exporting Recorded Images as Still
Images
You can capture one scene of recorded or live images and
export it as a still image file.
Locking Operation
When, for instance, you leave your seat during operation,
you can lock system controller operation to prevent other
people performing operations.
Note
To Lock Operation
Press the LOCK button.
This operation corresponds to the operation for capturing
still images in the Playback Control pane of the Main
screen and Search screen.
The following screen appears, and the lock is set.
1
2
Select any monitor frame, and display the images of
the camera you want to control.
Press the STILL CAPTURE button.
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Captured still images are stored on USB media with the
NSR-1000 series, and on the hard disk with RealShot
Manager Advanced.
Export destination: Install folder\Snapshots
Note
Pressing the LOCK button for at least 3 seconds switches
to the off state. For details, see “Setting the System
Controller to the Off State” (page 42).
The still image file is exported.
Locking Operation
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To Unlock the Lock
1
Press the LOCK button.
Setting the System
Controller to the Off State
Pressing the LOCK button for at least 3 seconds sets the
system controller to the off state.
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If a password is not set, the top screen appears.
If a password is set, a screen requesting you to enter
the password appears.
You can also set the system controller to automatically
enter the off state when no operation is performed for a set
amount of time (the default setting is OFF). You can set the
time until the system controller enters the off state in the
multi function menu. For details, see “System Lock”
(page 48).
2
Enter the password with the numeric keypad, and press
the ENTER key.
If the password is authenticated, the top screen
appears.
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Setting the System Controller to the Off State
To recover from the off state
The operating procedure is the same as that for unlocking
the lock. See “To Unlock the Lock” (page 42).
4
Adjusting the Brightness
of the LCD
Press the
brightness.
or
button to adjust the
Example: When adjusting the backlight
Current setting
You can adjust the backlight brightness and contrast of the
LCD. It is also possible to turn on or off the code number
indication.
1
Press the
The contrast can be adjusted in the same way.
5
button.
2
Press the
(LCD) button.
(OK) button.
The LCD menu screen is redisplayed.
6
The Controller menu screen appears.
Press the
Press the TOP MENU button to redisplay the top
screen.
Turning On/Off the code number
indication
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Adjusting the Brightness and
Contrast
Code numbers are numbers to help you for refer to this
guide. You can turn on or off the indication.
Code number
The LCD screen appears.
3
Press the
button to adjust the backlight
brightness, and press the
button to adjust the
contrast.
Note
For how to use code numbers, see “Screen Index”
(page 63).
1
Press the
button.
Backlight
Contrast
The Controller menu screen appears.
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2
Press the
(LCD) button.
Multi Function Menu
The multi function menu of RM-NS1000 mode contains
the following menu items.
Menu Item
Description
Monitor Layout
Allows you to change the
layout.
45
Device
Allows you to turn backlight
compensation on or off, set
the day/night function,
perform a manual action,
and set a shadow tour.
45
Server
Allows you to perform
operations such as
recording live images,
specifying the date and time
for playback, controlling
playback, searching and
playing back, and exporting
recorded images.
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Volume
Allows you to adjust the
volume of the audio input
from the camera.
47
System Lock
Allows you to set or change
the system controller
password and set the time
until the system controller
enters the off state.
48
LCD
Allows you to adjust the
backlight brightness and
contrast of the LCD display.
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MODE
Allows you to switch to RMNS1000 mode or Pelco
mode.
15
Button
Confirmation
Allows you to enable or
disable the PANIC button,
and set whether to display a
confirmation screen when
the function buttons are
pressed.
50
System Menu
Allows you to view version
information for the system
software.
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The LCD screen appears.
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4
Press the
Press the
(CODE NUMBER) button.
(ON/OFF) button.
Each press turns the item on or off.
Current setting
Reference
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Controller
5
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Press the TOP MENU button to redisplay the top
screen.
Multi Function Menu
Monitor Layout
Device
You can change the layout in the Monitor Layout menu.
This operation corresponds to the operation for selecting a
layout on the Layout toolbar.
You can turn backlight compensation on or off, set the day/
night function, enable or disable the alarm output
connector, and perform a manual action.
Displaying the Camera Setup menu
Press the
Select the camera you want to set.
2
Press the
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1
1
button.
button.
The Device screen appears.
The Monitor Layout screen appears.
2
Press the button for the layout to which you want to
change.
Current setting
Backlight compensation (BLC)
If the camera has a BLC function, you can turn backlight
compensation on or off.
1
Press the
button in the Device screen.
The layout is changed.
The BLC screen appears.
2
Press the
(ON/OFF) button.
Each press turns the item on or off.
Current setting
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Day/Night function (Day/Night)
Manual actions (Manual Action)
Set this function if the camera has a day/night function.
You can perform a manual action.
This operation corresponds to the operation for selecting a
manual action in the Manual Action pane.
1
Press the
button in the Device screen.
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The Day/Night screen appears.
2
Press the button for the desired setting.
Current setting
1
Press the
button in the Camera Setup screen.
: Disable
: Auto adjustment
: Day mode
: Night mode
The setting is changed.
The MANUAL ACTION screen appears.
2
Enter the number of the manual action you want to
perform with the numeric keypad, and press the
ENTER key.
You can also use the joystick to select from the Manual
Action pane.
3
Press the
(PERFORM) button.
The manual action is performed.
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Multi Function Menu
Shadow tours (Shadow Tour)
Notes
If the camera has a shadow tour function, you can record
the pan, tilt, and zoom movements of a camera, and
register them as a shadow tour.
For details on performing a registered shadow tour, see
“Performing Shadow Tours” (page 26).
1
Press the
(SHADOW TOUR) button in the
Device screen.
• Recording time limits vary depending on camera
specifications.
• When the recording time limit for a camera is
reached, recording will stop before you press the
(STOP) button.
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2
Enter the shadow tour number you want to register
with the numeric keypad, and press the ENTER key.
The recorded operations are performed.
Volume
You can adjust the volume of external outputs from the
headphone jack on the system controller.
1
3
Press the
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The Shadow Tour screen appears.
Press the
(PREVIEW) button to confirm your
recorded operations.
button.
Press the
(RECORD) button to start recording
your operations.
The setting screen appears.
2
Press the button for the desired setting.
Recording begins.
4
Perform pan, tilt, and zoom operations.
5
Press the
recording.
Current setting
(STOP) button when you want to stop
: Reduces the volume.
: Increases the volume.
: Mutes the volume
Recording stops.
3
Press the
(OK) button.
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System Lock
You can set or change the system controller password, and
set the function that automatically sets the system
controller to the off state when no operation is performed
for a set amount of time (the default setting is OFF).
Setting the password
Set the system controller password.
The default password setting is “111111.”
1
Press the
Lock screen.
(PASSWORD) button in the System
Displaying the System Lock menu
1
Press the
button.
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The Password screen appears.
2
Press the
(ON/OFF) button.
Each press turns the item on or off.
The Controller screen appears.
2
Press the
Current setting
button.
The screen for entering a password appears.
The System Lock screen appears.
3
Enter the password with the numeric keypad, and press
the ENTER key.
Set 6 characters for the password.
If the password setting is successful, the following
screen appears.
Note
If an invalid password was entered, the following
screen appears. Enter another password.
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Multi Function Menu
The password is set.
5
Changing the password
Press the
Lock screen.
(PASSWORD) button in the System
The Password screen appears.
2
Press the
If setting the password is successful, the following
screen appears, and the System Lock screen is
redisplayed after 3 seconds.
(CHANGE) button.
Current setting
Setting the time until the system controller
enters the off state
Set the time (timer) until the system controller
automatically enters the off state when no operation is
performed for a set time. You can also turn off the timer.
1
Press the
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1
Enter the same password for confirmation with the
numeric keypad, and press the ENTER key.
button in the System Lock screen.
A screen for entering the current password appears.
3
Enter the current password with the numeric keypad,
and press the ENTER key.
The TIMER screen appears.
2
Press the
or
button to set the time.
You can set from 1 to 30 minutes.
The initial value is 5 minutes.
Current setting
A screen for entering a new password appears.
4
Enter the new password with the numeric keypad, and
press the ENTER key.
Note
To turn the timer off, press the
press turns the item on or off.
3
Press the
button. Each
(OK) button.
When the time is set, the System Lock screen is
redisplayed.
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Button Confirmation
5
Enter the password with the numeric keypad, and press
the ENTER key.
You can set whether to display a confirmation screen when
the PANIC button or custom function buttons are pressed.
Selecting whether to display a
confirmation screen when the PANIC
button is pressed
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1
Press the
If the password is authenticated, a confirmation screen
appears.
button.
6
Press the
(OK) button.
The Controller screen appears.
2
Press the
When the setting is finished, the Button Confirmation
screen is redisplayed.
(CONFIRM) button.
Selecting whether to display a
confirmation screen when the custom
function buttons are pressed
The Button Confirmation screen appears.
3
Press the
(PANIC) button.
4
Press the
(ON/OFF) button.
Each press turns the item on or off.
When this function is enabled, a confirmation screen will
appear when you press the F1 to F3 buttons, allowing you
to confirm whether to perform the operation.
1
Press the
button.
The Controller screen appears.
2
Press the
(CONFIRM) button.
Current setting
If a password is set, a screen requesting you to enter
the password appears. Go to step 5.
If a password is not set, a confirmation screen appears.
Go to step 6.
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Multi Function Menu
The Button Confirmation screen appears.
3
Press the
(FUNCTION) button.
System Menu
You can view version information for the system software.
Displaying the System Menu
1
4
Press the
Press the
button.
(ON/OFF) button.
Each press turns the item on or off.
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Current setting
The Controller screen appears.
2
5
Press the
Press the
(SYSTEM) button.
(OK) button.
The System Menu screen appears.
When the setting is finished, the Button Confirmation
screen is redisplayed.
Viewing the version information
1
Press the
(Ver.) button.
The version information appears.
2
Press the
(OK) button.
The System Menu is redisplayed.
Multi Function Menu
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Operations in Pelco Mode
Chapter 3 Operations in Pelco Mode
Overview
This mode is used for performing pan, tilt, and zoom
controls for Pelco-D or -P protocol cameras connected
directly to the system controller via the RS-485 port.
This chapter describes the following operations in Pelco
mode.
• Viewing and Using the LCD (page 52)
• Switching Modes (page 53)
• Selecting a Camera (page 54)
• Controlling Cameras (page 55)
• Locking Operation (page 56)
• Setting the System Controller to the Off State (page 57)
• Adjusting the Brightness of the LCD (page 57)
• Multi Function Menu (page 58)
Chapter
3
Viewing and Using the
LCD
On the LCD, you can check the current status and operate
the multi function menu.
Viewing the LCD
Top screen
Current mode
Note
For details on the RS-485 pin arrangement, see “I/O Port”
(page 70).
Multi function menu
When you have entered the multi function menu
Menu name
Code number
Submenu
Note
Code numbers are numbers to help you refer to this guide.
For details on how to use code numbers, see “Screen
Index” (page 63).
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Overview / Viewing and Using the LCD
Operating the Multi Function Menu
Each item of the multi function menu corresponds to one
of the multi function buttons below the LCD.
When you want to select or operate an item of the multi
function menu, press the button directly below the item to
display a screen that corresponds with that item.
Example: When operating the
menu
Switching Modes
Switch to RM-NS1000 mode or Pelco mode in accordance
with the devices you are using.
1
Press the
(MODE) button.
2
Press the button for the mode to which you want to
switch.
Current mode
Press the button
The Controller screen appears
Chapter 3 Operations in Pelco Mode
The Mode screen appears.
If a password is set, a screen requesting you to enter
the password appears. Go to step 3.
If a password is not set, a confirmation screen appears.
Go to step 4.
3
Enter the password with the numeric keypad, and press
the ENTER key.
Press the button
If the password is authenticated, a confirmation screen
appears.
Return to the
previous screen
Return to the
top screen
Switching Modes
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4
Press the
(OK) button.
Selecting a Camera
Select the camera for which to perform pan, tilt, and zoom
control.
The setting complete screen appears, and the flashing
“Completed” indication appears.
1
Select the monitor frame in which to display the
camera images.
2
Press the
(CAMERA SELECT) button.
Chapter 3 Operations in Pelco Mode
The mode is switched, and the top screen of the
selected mode appears.
The following screen appears.
3
Enter the camera ID with the numeric keypad, and
press the ENTER key.
The images of the selected camera appear in the
monitor frame, and the selected camera ID appears in
the screen on the LCD.
Example: When camera 003 is selected
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Selecting a Camera
Controlling Cameras
Zooming
Rotate the joystick clockwise to zoom in (Tele), and rotate
it counterclockwise to zoom out (Wide).
For a camera equipped with pan and tilt functions, you can
monitor the images from the camera while performing
operations such as panning, tilting, and zooming.
Note
The PTZ LED on the system controller lights green when
pan, tilt, and zoom operations can be performed.
The panning and tilting operations are achieved by moving
the joystick in the direction in which you want the camera
to face.
Panning
Using Manual Focus
You can use the MANUAL FOCUS button to adjust the
focus manually.
Press
when you want to focus on an object in the
distance and press
when you want to focus on an
object nearby.
Move the joystick right or left.
Front view
Chapter 3 Operations in Pelco Mode
Performing Pan, Tilt, and Zoom
Operations
Tilting
Move the joystick up or down.
Adjusting the Brightness of Images
Right view
Adjust the iris of the camera to change the brightness.
Adjust the aperture in the
direction to make the images
brighter, and adjust it in the
direction to make the
images darker.
Controlling Cameras
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Locking Operation
To Unlock the Lock
1
Press the LOCK button.
When, for instance, you leave your seat during operation,
you can lock system controller operation to prevent other
people performing operations.
To Lock Operation
Press the LOCK button.
If a password is not set, the top screen appears.
If a password is set, a screen requesting you to enter
the password appears.
Chapter 3 Operations in Pelco Mode
The following screen appears, and the lock is set.
2
Enter the password with the numeric keypad, and press
the ENTER key.
If the password is authenticated, the top screen
appears.
Note
Pressing the LOCK button for at least 3 seconds switches
to the off state. For details, see “Setting the System
Controller to the Off State” (page 57).
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Locking Operation
Setting the System
Controller to the Off State
Adjusting the Brightness
of the LCD
Pressing the LOCK button for at least 3 seconds sets the
system controller to the off state.
Allows you to adjust the backlight brightness and contrast
of the LCD display.
1
button.
The Controller menu screen appears.
2
Press the
(LCD) button.
To recover from the off state
The operating procedure is the same as that for unlocking
the lock. See “To Unlock the Lock” (page 56).
Chapter 3 Operations in Pelco Mode
The system controller also enters the off state
automatically if no operation is performed for the set time
or longer. You can set the time until the system controller
enters the off state in the multi function menu. For details,
see “System Lock” (page 60).
Press the
The Controller menu screen appears.
3
Press the
(BACK LIGHT) button to adjust the
backlight brightness, and press the
(CONTRAST) button to adjust the contrast.
Backlight
Contrast
4
Press the
brightness.
or
button to adjust the
Example: When adjusting the backlight
The contrast can be adjusted in the same way.
Setting the System Controller to the Off State / Adjusting the Brightness of the LCD
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5
Press the
(OK) button.
The LCD menu screen is redisplayed.
6
Press the TOP MENU button to redisplay the top
screen.
Multi Function Menu
The multi function menu of Pelco mode contains the
following menu items.
Menu Item
Description
Reference
Page
Protocol
Sets the control protocol.
59
Baudrate
Set the baud rate.
59
System Lock
Allows you to lock or
unlock the system, set or
change the system
controller password, and
set the time until the
system controller enters
the off state.
56
LCD
Allows you to adjust the
backlight brightness and
contrast of the LCD
display.
57
MODE
Allows you to switch to
RM-NS1000 mode or
Pelco mode.
53
System Menu
Allows you to view version
information for the system
software.
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Controller
Chapter 3 Operations in Pelco Mode
58
Multi Function Menu
Protocol
Baudrate
Set the control protocol for Pelco-D or P protocol cameras
in the Protocol menu.
Set the baud rate.
1
Press the
(PROTOCOL) button.
1
Select the camera you want to set.
2
Press the
button.
The Protocol screen appears.
The Baudrate screen appears.
Press the
(Pelco-D/P) button.
Each press switches between [Pelco-D] and [Pelco-P].
3
Press the button for the baud rate you want to set.
Current setting
Current setting
A confirmation screen appears.
A confirmation screen appears.
3
Press the
(OK) button.
The control protocol is set.
Chapter 3 Operations in Pelco Mode
2
4
Press the
(OK) button.
The baud rate is set.
Multi Function Menu
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System Lock
You can lock or unlock the system, set or change the
system controller password, and set the time until the
system controller automatically enters the off state when
no operation is performed for a set amount time.
Setting the password
Set the system controller password.
The default password setting is “111111.”
1
Press the
Lock screen.
(PASSWORD) button in the System
Displaying the System Lock menu
1
Press the
button.
A screen for entering a new password appears.
Chapter 3 Operations in Pelco Mode
2
The Controller screen appears.
2
Press the
Enter the password with the numeric keypad, and press
the ENTER key.
Set 6 characters for the password.
(LOCK) button.
Note
If an invalid password was entered, the following
screen appears. Enter another password.
The System Lock screen appears.
3
Enter the same password for confirmation with the
numeric keypad, and press the ENTER key.
If setting the password is successful, the following
screen appears, and the System Lock screen is
redisplayed.
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Multi Function Menu
Changing the password
1
Press the
Lock screen.
(PASSWORD) button in the System
Setting the time until the system controller
enters the off state
Set the time (timer) until the system controller
automatically enters the off state when no operation is
performed for a set time. You can also turn off the timer.
1
Press the
screen.
(TIMER) button in the System Lock
A screen for entering the current password appears.
2
Enter the current password with the numeric keypad,
and press the ENTER key.
2
Press the
or
button to set the time.
You can set from 1 to 30 minutes.
The initial value is 5 minutes.
Current setting
A screen for entering a new password appears.
3
Enter the new password with the numeric keypad, and
press the ENTER key.
Chapter 3 Operations in Pelco Mode
The TIMER screen appears.
Note
4
To turn the timer off, press the
press turns the item on or off.
Enter the same password for confirmation with the
numeric keypad, and press the ENTER key.
3
Press the
button. Each
(OK) button.
When the time is set, the System Lock screen is
redisplayed.
If setting the password is successful, the following
screen appears, and the System Lock screen is
redisplayed.
Multi Function Menu
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System Menu
You can view version information for the system software.
Displaying the System Menu
1
Press the
button.
Chapter 3 Operations in Pelco Mode
The Controller screen appears.
2
Press the
(SYSTEM) button.
The System Menu screen appears.
Viewing the version information
1
Press the
(Ver.) button.
The version information appears.
2
Press the
(OK) button.
The System Menu is redisplayed.
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Multi Function Menu
Other Information
Chapter
4
Screen Index
If you do not know how to perform an operation, you can use the code number displayed on the right side of the screen to
find the page for the operation in this user’s guide.
Chapter 4 Other Information
Code number
RM-NS1000 Mode
Code
Number
Screen
Reference
Page
Code
Number
Screen
Reference
Page
14
Volume adjustment for headphone jack
output
47
15
Controller menu
14
11
Layout selection
45
12
Device menu
45
13
Server menu
29
Screen Index
63
Code
Number
Screen
Reference
Page
Code
Number
21
Enable/disable backlight compensation
function
45
24
Search menu
36
21
System lock menu
48
24
Perform manual action
46
24
Shadow tour registration
47
24
Shadow tour recording
47
24
Enable/disable confirmation screen
display
50
25
System menu
51
22
Chapter 4 Other Information
22
23
23
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LCD adjustment
Day/night function setting
Mode selection
Playback control menu
Screen Index
Screen
Reference
Page
43
46
15
31
Code
Number
Screen
Code
Number
32
Start point specification
(year / month / day)
36
32
Start point specification
(hour : minute : second)
37
32
Off state timer setting (duration before
off state)
49
32
Enable/disable confirmation screen
display when the custom function
buttons are pressed
51
32
Version information
51
33
Password entry
33
Mode selection confirmation
31
LCD brightness (backlight) adjustment
43
31
Password setting/changing
48
31
32
32
32
Enable/disable confirmation screen
display when the PANIC button is
pressed
LCD contrast adjustment
Date entry
Time entry
Screen
Reference
Page
50
Chapter 4 Other Information
Reference
Page
43
32
15, 48
32
15
Screen Index
65
Code
Number
Reference
Page
Code
Number
Screen
Reference
Page
Chapter 4 Other Information
33
Time specification for rewind playback
31
41
Setting completion
33
End point specification
(year / month / day)
37
42
Current password entry
49
42
New password entry
49
33
End point specification
(hour : minute : second)
37
42
New password entry (confirmation)
49
42
Password entry
50
42
Confirmation of enable/disable setting
for confirmation screen display when the
PANIC button is pressed
50
42
Confirmation of enable/disable setting
for confirmation screen display when the
custom function buttons are pressed
51
34
34
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Screen
Jumping to recorded images
Recording type selection
33
37
35
Export menu for recorded images
39
35
Enable/disable code number display
44
Screen Index
–
Code
Number
43
43
Screen
Start point specification for export
(year / month / day)
Reference
Page
Operation result screens
Screen
39
40
44
End point specification for export
(year / month / day)
40
44
End point specification for export
(hour : minute : second)
40
45
Export of recorded images in progress
40
Setting or operation success
–
Setting or operation failure
–
Restricted setting or operation
–
Setting or operation failure
–
Screen Index
Chapter 4 Other Information
Start point specification for export
(hour : minute : second)
Reference
Page
67
Pelco Mode
Code
Number
Reference
Page
Code
Number
Screen
Reference
Page
Chapter 4 Other Information
11
Control protocol selection
59
25
System menu
62
12
Baud rate selection
59
31
LCD brightness (backlight) adjustment
57
15
Controller menu
52
31
Off state timer setting (duration before
off state)
61
21
Control protocol selection confirmation
59
32
Mode selection
53
32
Password entry
53
32
Mode selection confirmation
54
32
Setting completion
54
21
22
22
68
Screen
System lock menu
LCD adjustment
Baud rate selection confirmation
Screen Index
60
57
59
Code
Number
32
32
32
32
New password entry
New password entry (confirmation)
Current password entry
LCD contrast adjustment
Version information
Reference
Page
Operation result screens
Screen
60
Reference
Page
Setting or operation success
–
Setting or operation failure
–
Restricted setting or operation
–
Setting or operation failure
–
60
61
57
Chapter 4 Other Information
31
Screen
62
Screen Index
69
Troubleshooting
I/O Port
First, check the following items again. If you are still not
able to resolve the problem, consult the place of purchase
or a Sony dealer for business products.
Pin arrangement of I/O port
The keys do not work
• Check whether the AC adapter is connected to an outlet
properly.
• Check whether the POWER LED is lit green.
• Check whether the USB cable is connected properly.
• Check whether key operations cannot be accepted as a
result of the lock function.
• Disconnect the USB cable from the USB port of the
surveillance server or computer, and then reconnect it
and check whether the keys work.
RS-485
Pin No. RS-485
1
TX+
2
TX–
3
RX+
4
RX–
5
GND
• From left to right
Connection procedure for the I/O port
Connect the wires to the R-485 port as described below.
Chapter 4 Other Information
Insert a flat-blade screwdriver into the slot at the top or
bottom of the hole to which you want to connect a wire
(AWG No. 26 to 20), insert the wire, and then withdraw
the flat-blade screwdriver from the slot.
Caution
Do not use excessive force when inserting the flat-blade
screwdriver. Doing so may result in a malfunction.
1
2
3
Use the same procedure to connect all of the necessary
wires.
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I/O Port
The job/shuttle dial does not work
• Check whether the JOG/SHUTTLE LED is lit. If it is not
lit, press the JOG/SHUTTLE button to turn on the LED.
An external device connected to a USB connector
does not work
• This unit supports standard USB 2.0 Mass Storage
devices. Depending on the type of USB 2.0 Mass
Storage device, however, errors may occur when writing
data to the device. If errors occur when writing data, use
a USB memory device of a different type.
• To ensure proper operation of USB devices, do not
connect the devices via a USB hub. Connect the devices
directly to the USB connectors on the unit. Operation is
not guaranteed when devices are connected via a USB
hub, USB switch, or extension cable.
• Refer to the documentation that came with the USB
device.
Specifications
Dimensions
General
Interface: USB 2.0 low-speed device
170.0 mm
(6 3/4 in.)
External connectors
USB: USB 2.0 (×2)
Microphone jack (×1)
Headphone jack (×1)
RS-485 port (×1)
409.0 mm (161/8 in.)
Operating environment
Operating temperature:
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
Operating humidity:
20% to 80%
(max. wet bulb temperature: 32°C (90°F))
(no condensation)
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
25.0 °
409.0 mm (161/8 in.)
170.0 mm
(6 3/4 in.)
Note
Always verify that the unit is operating properly before use.
SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES OF ANY
KIND INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
COMPENSATION OR REIMBURSEMENT ON
ACCOUNT OF THE LOSS OF PRESENT OR
PROSPECTIVE PROFITS DUE TO FAILURE OF THIS
UNIT, EITHER DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD OR
AFTER EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTY, OR FOR
ANY OTHER REASON WHATSOEVER.
Chapter 4 Other Information
25.0 °
111.5 mm
(4 1/2 in.)
Accessories
AC adapter (×1)
First Step Guide (×1)
CD-ROM (User’s Guide (this document)) (×1)
Warranty booklet (×1)
25.0 °
51.2 mm
(2 1/8 in.)
Power and miscellaneous
Power:
12 V DC
Power consumption:
Max. 1.0 A
AC adapter: 100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Dimensions:
409.0 (W) × 111.5 (H) × 170.0 (D) mm
(161/8 (W) × 4 1/2 (H) × 6 3/4 (D) in.)
Weight: Approx. 1,200 g (2.6 lb.)
25.0 °
Specifications / Dimensions
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