SYSTEM CONTROLLER
User Manual
SPC-6000
System Controller
User Manual
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Warranty
If the product does not operate properly in normal conditions, please let us know. Samsung Techwin will resolve the problem
for free of charge. The warranty period is 3 years. However, the followings are excluded:
• If the system behaves abnormally because you run a program irrelevant to the system operation.
• Deteriorated performance or natural worn-out in process of time
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Important Safety Instructions
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1. Read these instructions.
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2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings, Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety pu rpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety, If the provided plug does not fit
into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/ accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the
cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lighting storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
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WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
PROCUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DO NOT INSERT ANY METALLIC OBJECT
THROUGH THE VENTILATION GRILLS OR OTHER OPENNINGS ON THE EQUIPMENT.
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
CAUTION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
EXPLANATION OF GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is
intended to alert the user to the presence of “dangerous voltage” within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the product.
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Please read the following recommend safety precautions carefully.
Do not place this apparatus near.
Do not attempt to service this apparatus yourself.
Do not place a glass of water on the product.
Do not install near any magnetic sources.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Do not place heavy items on the product.
User’s Manual is a guidance book on how to use the product.
Below is a key to the following signs that are used in this manual.
 Reference : Providing useful information for the user.
 Notice : If the instructions are not followed correctly damage to the goods or person
may occur.
 For safety please read this manual for the before using of goods and keep it in the safe place.
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Do not install on a surface where it is exposed to direct
sunlight, near heating equipment or heavy cold area.
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Do not Place this apparatus on an uneven surface.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at
his own expense.
Samsung Techwin cares for the environment at all product manufacturing stages, and is taking
measures to provide customers with more environmentally friendly products.
The Eco mark represents Samsung Techwin’s devotion to creating environmentally friendly products,
and indicates that the product satisfies the EU RoHS Directive.
Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its electronic
accessories (e.g. charger, headset, USB cable) should not be disposed of with other household waste
at the end of their working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from
uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate these items from other types of waste and recycle them
responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local
government office, for details of where and how they can take these items for environmentally safe
recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase
contract. This product and its electronic accessories should not be mixed with other commercial
wastes for disposal.
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CONTENTS
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Important Safety Instructions
Key Features
What’s Included
System Controller at a Glance
installation
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Precautions
Before Installation
Adjusting the Screen Angle of the System
Controller
Switching the Layout of Joystick and Jog
Shuttle
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connecting to an
external device
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To Connect a RS-485 Device
Connecting to other System Controller
using the menu
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Getting Started
Controlling the PTZ Camera
Controlling DVR
Controlling MATRIX
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menu setting
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35
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40
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To Access the Main Menu
PTZ setting
DVR Setting
Controller Setting
Firmware Update
To Check the Controller Information
appendix
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Specifications
Q&A
GPL/LGPL Software License
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Key Features
• With RS-485 communications, the control distance is a maximum of 1km.
• Integrated system control
• With a single system controller, you can control all cameras (receiver unit), DVRs and MATRIX.
• Multiple system controllers can be connection.
• You can control different sites and connect up to 16 controllers simultaneously.
• Switch the joystick and jog shuttle module positions.
• For the user’s convenience, the positions of the joystick and jog shuttle module can be switched between
left and right.
• User-friendly interface
The operation status of the system control is displayed on the screen; the touch-screen enables you to
select a menu with ease; the joystick makes your control simple and easy.
❖ Compatibility List
• Camera
• DVR
SRD-XXXX series, SHR-8/7/6XXX series, SHR-604X series, SVR-1670
• PC Based DVR
SPR-7XXX series, SPR-9XXX series
❖ Adapter Specifications
• Voltage : 1) Input (AC) : 100~240V
2) Output (DC) : 12V
• Capacity (output current) : 4A
• Continuous standard load : 48W
• Temperature : 1) Operating Temperature : 0 ~+40℃
2) Storage : -20 ~+60℃
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• Long-distance remote control
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SPC-6000 system controller enables you to control external devices such as PTZ camera, DVR,
MATRIX using RS-485 communications.
It provides a user-friendly interface with onscreen menu, touch screen and joystick.
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What’s Included
Unpack the product package and place the product on the floor or a flat surface.
Check if the following components are all included in the product package.
Main Unit
User Manual
Power Cable 1EA
Terminal Block 1EA
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Power Adaptor 1EA
System Controller at a Glance
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Front Side
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Item
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DVR Play Bar
DVR Control Bar
LCD Display
SETUP Bar
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Description
Play/Pause, Fast Forward/Fast Backward, Stop, Record
Access the selected menu, search, select a split mode, or control the alarm.
Display the operation status and the setup menu of the system controller.
In a combination with the [FUNC] button, you can access the Setup menu.
Camera Operation Bar
Access the selected PTZ menu, or execute Preset, Group or Track.
Joystick Controller
You can manipulate the Pan/Tilt operation up or down in connection with the PTZ
camera or receiver unit.
Turn the joystick clockwise or counter clockwise to control zooming.
You can control the direction of the connected controller from the menu screen of the
controller.
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Item
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Camera Lens Bar
Navigate, ENTER, ESC
Number (0-9) Buttons
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Controller Selection Bar
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Jog Shuttle
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Description
IRIS
Control Iris (CLOSE/OPEN)
FOCUS
Adjust the focus (NEAR/FAR)
ZOOM
Zoom In/Out (WIDE/TELE)
Navigate
Navigate through menu items.
ENTER
Move to a desired item using the navigation buttons and select it.
ESC
Cancel the current operation.
Used to specify numeric characters for camera, monitor, DVR or Preset settings.
Used to select a camera, monitor or DVR.
Jog
Used to search for forward /reverse frame in DVR play mode.
Shuttle
Forward/Reverse /Play/FF/REW in DVR play mode.
Rear Side
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Item
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Video In/Out
MATRIX
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RS-485
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USB Port
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Power
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Cable Hook
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Description
Video input/output port
Matrix connection port
PORT 1
Connected to a controller such as camera or DVR through RS-485
communications.
PORT 2
Connect to other SPC-6000 system controller.
Used for backup of the system controller settings or upgrading the firmware.
DC 12V input port (
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To prevent the power cable from being loose.
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Be sure to use the cable hook when installing and using the controller.
The MATRIX port contains the power line so you don’t need to supply DC 12V separately if using the MATRIX port.
The MATRIX port contains a single line controlling the main and subsidiary control signals.
The MATRIX signal is of TTL level.
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Precautions
Before you install the product, read through and comply with the following instructions.
• The product is designed for indoor use only.
• Keep it away from water or moisture.
• Do not put excessive force on it.
• Do not pull out the power cable forcibly.
• Do not dismantle it at your own.
• Use only the rated I/O range.
• Use only the provided power cable.
• Use the power plug containing the earth wire if available.
• Install the system controller on a flat table.
• The layout of the main unit and the wiring system are critical for a proper system operation.
• If the devices are too close with each other or in a poor-ventilating environment, the system may not work
properly.
Inaccessibility to the system makes the repair difficult or even impossible.
• To prevent a system failure or to reduce the system shutdown, make enough room for ventilation and
close the cover firmly.
• Do not dismantle the system controller at will as a high voltage runs inside the system controller.
- Operation Temperature : 0°C ~ 40°C
- Storage Temperature : -20°C ~ 60°C
- Operation Humidity : 10%~70% RH
- Storage Humidity : 10% ~ 90% RH
- Power Consumption : DC 12V, Max 4W (
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Before Installation
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• You must turn off the product before installing it.
• Keep it away from a strong magnetic field or electric interference, or wireless devices such as radio or TV set.
• Keep the installation site clean and dust-free all the time while or after you have installed the product.
• Place it on an unsealed, flat surface at an optimal temperature.
Install it at least 15cm away from the wall.
• Do not close the ventilation hole or put a conductive object in it.
• Do not expose it to the direct sunlight. Keep the accessories or tools out of people’s reach in an attempt
to prevent a risk of physical damage.
• Leaving an abnormal smoke or smell as it is may lead to a fire or electric shock.
If this is the case, turn off the product immediately and contact us for a technical assistance.
• Take an appropriate action if you find: damp floor, unearthed power extension cord, peeled-off power
cable, or absence of safety grounding.
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Use a dry cloth to wipe it out. If badly dirty or stained, use a cloth soaked into neutral detergent to wipe it out.
Do not use volatile solvents such as alcohol, benzene or thinner that may damage the product surface.
Do not operate the LCD monitor at a high temperature; recommended to use the screen saver for power conversation.
Adjusting the Screen Angle of the System
Controller
You can pull the screen forward for a better view.
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Installation
• A severe impact or vibration may cause a system failure.
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Switching the Layout of Joystick and Jog Shuttle
For convenience you can switch the position of joystick and jog shuttle module.
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To switch between left and right, turn off the system controller and switch the modules manually. Or, press <Change>
in the controller setup menu and switch the modules manually. (► page 38)
주의 : 전원을 끄고 모듈을 탈착하십시오.
Caution : Turn the power off
and separate the module.
<Bottom>
1. Press down both hooks on the bottom of the system controller to remove the module.
2. Remove both joystick and jog shuttle modules from the controller and switch the position.
When done, insert them until you hear a click.
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connecting to an external device
SPC-6000 system controller can be used in connection with an external device such as
camera or DVR.
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With the system controller, you can control the PTZ camera or DVR that supports RS-485 communication
protocols.
1. Connect the rear PORT 1 with RS-485 port of the PTZ camera or DVR.
2. According to the external device connected, select Half Duplex or Full Duplex connection.
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For the Half Duplex system, use TX +/- terminals.
For RS-485 communications, pay special attention to the polarity (+/-).
Use the provided terminal block in the product package.
Check if the RS-485 device is compatible with SPC-6000.
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Connecting to an external device
To Connect a RS-485 Device
connecting to an external device
If connecting the keyboard without using MATRIX
Main Controller
Sub1 Controller
Sub2 Controller
Sub16 Controller
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If connecting the keyboard using MATRIX
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PTZ Camera / DVR
Sub Controller
PTZ Camera / DVR
1. Connect the [MATRIX] port of the main controller to the [KEYBOARD] port of the matrix.
The MATRIX port contains the power line so you don’t need to supply DC 12V separately.
2. Connect TX+ and TX- of the sub controller to T+ and T- of the matrix, respectively.
 The baud rate between sub controllers in sync with MATRIX will be fixed to 9600 bps.
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The MATRIX ID is fixed to <SUB 09>.
. Connect DVR and PTZ camera to MATRIX.
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Connecting to an external device
Main Controller
connecting to an external device
Connecting the PTZ Camera
By connecting RS-485 port on the rear of the PTZ camera with PORT 1 of SPC-6000, you can
control the camera.
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Depending on the camera, the polarity may differ.
For more information, refer to the user manual of the PTZ camera.
For the half duplex system
- Connect RX (+) of RS-485 port of the PTZ camera with
TX (+) of PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
- Connect RX (–) of RS-485 port of the PTZ camera with
TX (–) of PORT 1 of SPC-6000
For the full duplex system
- Connect RX (+) of RS-485 port of the PTZ camera with
TX (+) of PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
- Connect RX (–) of RS-485 port of the PTZ camera with
TX (–) of PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
- Connect TX (+) of RS-485 port of the PTZ camera with
RX (+) of PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
- Connect TX (–) of RS-485 port of the PTZ camera with
RX (–) of PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
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Connecting SRD-16XX/8XX series, SHR-8/7/6XXX series or
SVR-1670 with DVR
For the half duplex system
- Connect TX (+) of RS-485 port of the DVR with TX (+) of
PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
- Connect TX (–) of RS-485 port of the DVR with TX (–) of
PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
For the full duplex system
- Connect TX (+) of RS-485 port of the DVR with RX (+) of
PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
- Connect TX (–) of RS-485 port of the DVR with RX (–) of
PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
- Connect RX (+) of RS-485 port of the DVR with TX (+) of
PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
- Connect RX (–) of RS-485 port of the DVR with TX (–) of
PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
PTZ
PTZdevice
device
Rear
Rear
DuplexType
Type
HalfHalf
Duplex
Data (–)
Data(–)
Tx(–)
Tx(–)
Data(+)
(+)
Data
Tx(+)
Tx(+)
DuplexType
Type
FullFull
Duplex
Rx(+)
Rx(+)
Rx(–)
Rx(–)
Tx(–)
Tx(–)
Tx(+)
Tx(+)
Rx(–)
Rx(–)
Rx(+)
Rx(+)
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Connecting to an external device
Connect between DVR and SPC-6000 using RS-485 port on the rear of the DVR.
connecting to an external device
Connecting SRD-4XX or SHR-604X series with DVR
Connect RS-485 port on the rear of SRD-4XX or SHR-604X series with SPC-6000.
❖ For the half duplex system
- Connect TX (+) of SRD-4XX or SHR-604X with TX (+) of PORT 1
of SPC-6000.
- Connect TX (–) of SRD-4XX or SHR-604X with TX (–) of PORT 1
of SPC-6000.
PC-based DVR
- Connect between PC-based DVR and SPC-6000
using RS-485 port on the rear of the DVR.
- Connect SIGNAL (+) of RS-485 port of the PC-based
DVR with TX (+) of PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
- Connect SIGNAL (–) of RS-485 port of the PC-based
DVR with TX (–) of PORT 1 of SPC-6000.
<SPR-9XXX Series>
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<SPR-7XXX Series>
Connecting to other System Controller
You can connect up to 16 controllers simultaneously.
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For communication settings of the controller, refer to “Sub List” of “Menu Setting”. (► page 37)
For the half duplex system
- Connect TX (+) of PORT 2 of SPC-6000 with TX (+)
of PORT 2 of the other SPC-6000.
- Connect TX (–) of PORT 2 of SPC-6000 with TX (–)
of PORT 2 of the other SPC-6000.
Main Controller
Sub Controller
For the full duplex system
- Connect TX (+) of PORT 2 of the main controller
SPC-6000 with RX (+) of PORT 2 of the sub
controller SPC-6000.
- Connect TX (–) of PORT 2 of the main controller
SPC-6000 with RX (–) of PORT 2 of the sub
controller SPC-6000.
- Connect RX (+) of PORT 2 of the main controller
SPC-6000 with TX (+) of PORT 2 of the sub
controller SPC-6000.
Main Controller
Sub Controller
- Connect RX (–) of PORT 2 of the main controller
SPC-6000 with TX (–) of PORT 2 of the sub controller SPC-6000.
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You must use PORT 2 if you want to connect to other system controller.
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Connecting to an external device
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using the menu
Getting Started
1. Turn on all system component devices.
2. When you connect the power adapter to the rear port of
the system controller, the login dialog appears.
. Use the number pad to enter the password and press
[ENTER].
The main menu of the PTZ control system appears.
 The default password is “4321”.
Controlling the PTZ Camera
To enter PTZ control mode
Press [PTZ] of the controller.
To select a camera
1. Use the number buttons to enter the number of the
camera of your choice.
2. Press [CAM] or [ENTER].
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PAN/TILT Control
You can use the controller joystick to adjust the pan/tilt angle of the camera.
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The farther from the center of the joystick is, the faster the moving speed becomes.
Turn the joystick clockwise, or press [ZOOM TELE] to control the zoom-in operation of the camera.
Turn the joystick counter clockwise, or press [ZOOM TELE] to control the zoom-out operation of the
camera.
FOCUS
Press [FOCUS FAR] or [FOCUS NEAR] on the controller to fit the camera focus.
IRIS
Press [IRIS OPEN] or [IRIS CLOSE] on the controller to adjust the brightness of the camera video.
PRESET
Move the camera to a pre-determined point.
To set a preset
1. Select a camera that you want to set a preset for.
2. Use the joystick to move the camera to a desired point.
. Press [SETUP] and enter a desired number using the number buttons.
Then, press [PRESET].
To execute the preset
1. Select a camera.
2. Enter a desired number(s) using the number buttons and press [PRESET].
. The preset will be executed.
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For SCP-3430, SCP-2430, SCP-3250 and SCP-2250 PTZ dome series, a maximum of 512 presets are supported
only if Samsung E protocol is selected.
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Using the menu
ZOOM
using the menu
SWING
You can move the camera between two preset points to monitor the course.
Swing setup
1. Select <SWING> from the menu screen.
2. Press <SETTING>.
. Use the number buttons to select PAN/TILT and
specify the start preset and end preset.
. Specify the speed and dwell time.
. Press <Save>.
To execute the swing
1. Select <SWING> from the menu screen.
2. Use the number buttons to select PAN or TILT for
the swing type.
. The swing function will be executed.
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You can make a group of multiple presets before calling them in sequence.
Using the menu
To set a group
1. Select <GROUP/SCAN> from the menu screen.
2. Select <Group Setting>.
. Enter a group number and press [ENTER].
. Specify the speed and dwell time.
. Press <Save>.
To execute the group function
1. Select <GROUP/SCAN> from the menu screen.
2. Select <Group Executing>.
. Enter a group number and press [ENTER].
. The group function will be executed.
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using the menu
TOUR
You can make a tour of at least one group before executing the groups in sequence.
To set a tour
1. Select <TOUR> from the menu screen.
2. Select <Tour Setting>.
. Each time you press the number of a group that
you want to add to the tour, the group will be
added to the tour.
 You can add up to 6 groups to a tour.
. Press <Save> to apply your settings.
To execute the tour function
1. Select <TOUR> from the menu screen.
2. Select <Tour Executing>.
. The tour function will be executed.
TRACE
With the joystick or camera buttons, you can instruct the controller to record the camera movement for
a specific time and repeat the movement.
To set a trace
1. Select <TRACE/PATTERN> from the menu screen.
2. Select <RECORD>.
. Specify a trace number to record.
. With the joystick or camera buttons, control the
camera movement as you wish.
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To execute a trace
1. Select <TRACE/PATTERN> from the menu screen.
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2. Select <PLAY>.
Using the menu
. Specify a trace number to execute.
. The trace function will be executed.
Auto Focus
1. Select <A/F> from the menu screen.
2. The auto focus feature will be activated.
RESET
1. Select <RESET> from the menu screen.
2. The camera will be reset.
TARGET LOCK
1. Select <TARGET LOCK> from the menu screen.
There appears a rectangle box on the camera
video.
2. Move to an object to track down and press [ENTER].
 This is applied only to a camera that supports the tracking function.
TRACK
1. Select <TRACK> from the menu screen.
2. The track function will be executed.
 This is applied only to a camera that supports the tracking function.
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using the menu
Controlling DVR
Depending on the model, the DVR may have different features available.
For details, refer to the applicable user manual.
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An improper setting may cause a problem using the DVR.
To select a DVR
1. Press [DVR].
2. Use the number buttons to enter a DVR number
(0~255) and press [ENTER].
. The main menu screen appears.
It differs depending on the model.
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For a DVR that supports SRD protocols, the menu screen
displays only menu items available.
If you connect a DVR that supports SRD protocols, the PTZ
settings will be made automatically.
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To select a DVR channel
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1. Use the number buttons to enter the number for a desired DVD channel.
Using the menu
2. Press [CAM].
To control the DVR menu
1. To control the menus of the selected DVR, press [MENU] in the DVR control bar.
2. Use the direction buttons to move to a desired menu item and press [ENTER].
To control the PTZ device that is connected to DVR
Depending on the DVR model, you may not control the PTZ device that is connected to the DVR.
If this is the case, press [PTZ] to switch from DVR control mode to camera control mode.
To control the PTZ device in DVR mode
1. Press [PTZ] in the bottom right corner of the DVR menu screen.
2. Use the joystick to control the PTZ camera in connection with the DVR.
For details, refer to the user manual of the DVR.
DVR login
You must access the DVR menu with the right user
account.
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Select <Input> to deactivate the input box. Now you can
use only the number buttons to switch the channel or enter
the password for the DVR without using the [CAM] button.
Select <Input> again to return to the previous mode.
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using the menu
Controlling MATRIX
To control monitor and camera in Matrix mode
You can control the monitor and camera in Matrix mode.
1. Press [MTX].
2. Select a monitor number and press [MON].
. Select a camera number and press [CAM].
The selected monitor will play the video of the selected
camera.
To play the current video on the previous monitor
Enter a number for the camera to select.
1. Press the camera number in the Matrix setup screen and press [CAM].
2. The previous monitor will play the video of the currently selected camera.
Auto Select
You can make a schedule of operations in the Matrix setup menu.
1. Select a monitor number in the Matrix setup menu and
press [MON].
2. From the menu screen, press <Auto Select Set>.
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. When the <Auto Select Set> screen appears, select
a monitor and a camera to connect and specify the
dwell time.
Using the menu
. When camera #1 settings are completed, press
<Continue> and specify the dwell time for camera #2.
. When completing the dwell time setting, press <Save>.
RUN / HOLD
RUN/HOLD will run or hold the Auto Select setting that you have made.
Press the combination of <All> + <RUN> to run Auto Select as you set.
Press the combination of <All> + <HOLD> to stop operating Auto Select and wait for your input.
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
To instruct an operation for an individual monitor, press a combination of “monitor number” + <RUN> or
“monitor number”+<HOLD>.
Alarm Play
If the sensor is triggered in Alarm Play mode, the siren will sound if the alarm unit has set the siren
to ON, or you can control external devices using the indicators if the alarm unit has set the indicator
control output.
To release the alarm of the alarm unit, press <Alarm Play> again.
English _33
menu setting
To Access the Main Menu
1. Press a combination of [FUNC] + [SETUP] on the controller.
2. When the setup system screen appears, select a desired
menu item.
PTZ setting
From the PTZ setup screen, you can specify the protocol and baud rate.
1. Press <PTZ> from the setup main screen.
2. Use the direction buttons or joystick to move to a desired
menu.
. You can change the settings using [ZOOM WIDE] or
[ZOOM TELE].
. When you have completed the settings of protocol and
baud rate, press <Save>.
. To exit the PTZ Setup screen, press <OK> or [ESC].
M

Before moving to a different page, save your settings.
34_ menu setting
DVR Setting
●
From the DVR setup screen, you can specify the DVR type and baud rate.
menu setting
1. From the setup main screen, press <DVR>.
2. Use the direction buttons or joystick to select a camera
number and specify the DVR type.
. Specify the baud rate.
. When done, press <Save>.
. To exit the DVR Setup screen, press <OK> or [ESC].
M

Before moving to a different page, save your settings.
Controller Setting
Controller ID
You can select RS-485 or RS-422 for the communication system.
1. Select RS-485 or RS-422 for the communication
system between controller and external devices.
2. Press the port button to specify the port ID.
English _35
menu setting
PORT 1 ID
You can specify the controller ID if communicating with other devices.
1. Press [Port 1] from the control ID setup screen.
2. Specify the ID and press <Save>.
PORT 2 ID
You can specify the main or sub controller for communications between controllers, and also set the
use of matrix and sub list.
1. Press [Port 2] from the control ID setup screen.
2. Use the direction buttons to select a desired item and
select a communication system between controllers.
 You must set the sub list in a multi-controller environment.
. When done, press <Save>.
36_ menu setting
Sub List
menu setting
1. Press <Sub List>.
●
For a communication system featuring the main and sub controllers, you must set the <Sub List>.
2. Use the direction buttons to select a desired item
and configure the settings using [ZOOM WIDE] or
[ZOOM TELE].
 The MATRIX ID is fixed to <SUB 09>.
. When done, press <Save>.
. To exit the <Sub List> screen, press [OK] or [ESC].
Joystick Button Operation
You can set the operation for the joystick button.
1. Press the joystick <Button>.
2. From the joystick button operation screen, select a
function button for the selected joystick button.
. Check the current setting, press <Exit>.
Screen Saver
You can set to activate the screen saver if you do not intend to use the controller for an extended time.
1. If you want to display a logo screen, set the screen saver to <On>.
2. To apply the changes, press <OK>; To cancel your setting, press <Exit>.
English _37
menu setting
Factory Default
You can return the current settings to the factory default.
1. Press <Reset>.
2. Press <OK>.
The current settings will return to the factory default.
. To exit the menu, press <Exit>.
To switch between modules
You can switch the position between jog shuttle and joystick from left to right or vice versa.
1. Press <Change>.
2. From the Change Module screen that appears, you
can switch the position between jog shuttle and
joystick.
. To exit the screen, press <Exit>.
Language
You can select a preferred language for the user interface.
1. Press <Language>.
2. From the Language selection screen that appears, use
the direction buttons or joystick to select a preferred
language.
 The language will be changed to the selected one immediately.
. To exit the language selection screen, press <Exit>.
38_ menu setting
Password
●
You can enable or disable the controller’s password.
menu setting
1. Press the password <Set> button.
2. To enable the password, set it to <On>.
If not, set it to <Off>.
. Provide the current password.
. To apply the changes, press <OK>; To cancel your
setting, press <Exit>.
To change the password
You can change the password.
1. Press the password <Set> button.
2. Provide the current password.
. Provide a new password.
. To apply the changes, press <OK>; To cancel your setting, press <Exit>.
M

The default password is “4321”.
English _39
menu setting
Firmware Update
You can update the current firmware using the firmware files in the USB memory.
To update the controller firmware
You can download the latest firmware files and update the controller.
1. Connect the USB memory containing the latest
firmware files to the system controller.
2. From the menu setup screen, press <Update>.
. Press <Update Controller Firmware>.
. From the update screen, press <OK>.
The update status will be displayed in the progress
bar.
. Wait until the system restarts after the update.
M

Do not disconnect the USB memory or power cable during
the update. Otherwise, it may fail to update the firmware or
cause a system failure.
40_ menu setting
To backup the controller settings
2. Press <Backup Controller Setting>.
. Press <OK>.
The backup process begins.
M

Do not disconnect the USB memory or power cable during the
backup. Otherwise, it may fail to backup the controller settings.
To restore the controller settings
If you have set the controller improperly or reset it, you can upload the current settings to a different
controller.
1. From the menu setup screen, press <Update>.
2. Press <Restore Controller Setting>.
. Press <OK>.
The restoration process begins.
M

Do not disconnect the USB memory or power cable during the
restoration. Otherwise, it may fail to restore the controller settings.
English _41
menu setting
1. From the menu setup screen, press <Update>.
●
If you want to change the controller or replace the camera, you can save the settings of the controller as
a file and load the controller settings into a new camera.
menu setting
To Check the Controller Information
You can check the model name and software version of the system controller.
Status Screen
You can check the controller status.
1. From the menu setup screen, press <Status>.
2. Check the controller status.
42_ menu setting
appendix
Specifications
Units to control
Baud Rate
Compatibility
Protocol (PTZ)
Protocol (DVR)
Protocol (MATRIX)
Protocol (RECEIVER)
Multilingual Support
LCD Display
USB Port
Video Port
Joystick
Jog Shuttle
Power
Operation Temperature
Operation Humidity
Dimensions
Weight
appendix
Communication System
Description
●
Item
RS-485 / 422 (remote control range: max. 1km)
TTL (for controlling the matrix)
Max. 255
2,400 ~ 38,400 bps
PTZ / DVR / MATRIX / RECEIVER
Samsung-T, Samsung-E, PELCO-D, PELCO-P, Panasonic, Vicon, AD, Honeywell, ELMO,
BOSCH, GE
SVR, SRD, SRP
SMX-25632
Samsung-T
English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Turkish, Polish, Russian, Portuguese, Swedish, Dutch,
Czech, Serbian, Korean, Chinese, Japanese
5” TFT LCD + Touch LCD
Backup / Restore, S/W Update
BNC Video Input, Loop-Through Output
PTZ control (3 axial twist zoom)
Control DVD playback
DC 12V, Max 4W
0°C ~ 40°C
10 ~ 70% (Non-condensing)
459.1(W) x 59.1(H) x 177.9(D) mm
Approx. 1.5 kg (adapter excluded)
English _43
appendix
Q&A
Problem
Action
• Check if the RS-485 communication cable is connected properly.
I cannot communicate with the system
controller.
• Check if the address of the system controller is specified properly.
The USB memory is not recognized
properly.
• Check if the USB memory works properly.
M

• For specifying the address, refer to “Controller Setting” from “Menu Setting”.
(► page 35)
• Use only one USB memory and try again.
The LCD panel of the system controller is a consumable part.
To purchase the panel, contact the retailer or service center.
44_ appendix
GPL/LGPL Software License
The software included in this product contains copyrighted software that is licensed under the GPL/
LGPL. You may obtain the complete Corresponding Source code from us for a period of three years
after our last shipment of this product by sending email to
help.cctv@samsung.com
If you want to obtain the complete Corresponding Source code in the physical medium such as CDROM, the cost of physically performing source distribution might be charged.
 GPL S/W
- Linux Kernel, QT, Busybox, Sysvinit, dosfstools, Uboot, Bash, initutils
 LGPL S/W
- gLibc
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