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Surveyor1000 Camera Dome System
Vicon Industries Inc. does not warrant that the functions contained in this equipment will meet
your requirements or that the operation will be entirely error free or perform precisely as
described in the documentation. This system has not been designed to be used in life-critical
situations and must not be used for this purpose.
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Vicon Part No. 8009-8100-00-01 Section 1 Rev 202
Contents
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................. 1
How to Use this Manual ................................................................................................................................ 1
For Experienced Installers:....................................................................................................................... 1
For Novice Installers: ................................................................................................................................ 1
Accessory Kits ............................................................................................................................................... 2
Unpacking and Inspection ............................................................................................................................ 2
Surveyor1000 Components .......................................................................................................................... 3
Enclosure.................................................................................................................................................. 3
Camera Drive............................................................................................................................................ 3
Shroud ...................................................................................................................................................... 3
Lower Dome ............................................................................................................................................. 3
Housing..................................................................................................................................................... 3
Sunshield/Housing Assembly ................................................................................................................... 3
INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................... 5
Quick Installation – In-Ceiling Model, Ceiling Access ............................................................................... 5
Quick Installation – In-Ceiling Model, No Ceiling Access ......................................................................... 6
Quick Installation – Indoor Pendant ........................................................................................................... 7
Quick Installation – Outdoor Pendant ......................................................................................................... 8
Detailed Installation ....................................................................................................................................... 9
Use of the Provided Scribe....................................................................................................................... 9
In-Ceiling Mount Model
Indoor Pendant Model
Outdoor Pendant Model
........................................................................................................... 9
............................................................................................................. 18
....................................................................................................... 21
WIRING .............................................................................................................................. 25
Typical Relay and Alarm Connections ...................................................................................................... 26
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Installing the Cables .................................................................................................................................... 27
For an In-Ceiling Installation................................................................................................................... 27
For an Indoor or Outdoor Pendant Model Installation ............................................................................ 28
Using the Accessory Kit’s Termination Box and RJ-45 Cable for Wiring ............................................... 30
Using the Optional Alarm Kit (S2000-ACL) ............................................................................................ 32
CONFIGURATION ............................................................................................................. 35
Setting the DIP Switches............................................................................................................................. 35
For RS-422/485 Mode: ........................................................................................................................... 35
For Vicoax Mode:.................................................................................................................................... 35
Setting the End-of-Line Jumpers JP1, JP2 & JP3 for RS-485 Protocol Operation ................................ 37
UNINSTALLING THE SURVEYOR1000............................................................................ 39
For an In-Ceiling Installation................................................................................................................... 39
For a Pendant Installation....................................................................................................................... 39
OPERATION ...................................................................................................................... 41
Initial Power-Up ...................................................................................................................................... 41
Verifying Proper Operation......................................................................................................................... 42
Use of the Auto-Baud Detect Feature ........................................................................................................ 42
Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................................... 43
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................. 45
Care and Cleaning of Metallized Domes ................................................................................................... 45
Care and Cleaning of Smoked and Clear Acrylic Domes ........................................................................ 45
Fuse Replacement ....................................................................................................................................... 45
Battery Replacement ................................................................................................................................... 46
SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS............................................................................................... 47
COAXIAL CABLE RECOMMENDATIONS........................................................................ 49
Twisted-Pair Cable....................................................................................................................................... 50
1.0-inch Pipe Designation ........................................................................................................................... 50
TECHNICAL INFORMATION............................................................................................. 51
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Introduction
The information in this manual covers the installation, configuration and operation of the Surveyor1000
Camera Dome. This system should only be installed by a qualified technician using common hand tools and
approved materials in accordance with national, state and local wiring codes.
The Surveyor1000 is a compact, intelligent, high-speed Camera Dome. Surveyor1000 is sold in 6
prepackaged configurations with choices in environment, mounting configuration, and Lower Dome finish. All
versions use the same firmware for programming and operation. For programming information, refer to the
Surveyor1000 Programming Manual.
Surveyor1000 complies with UL standard 2044, CSA safety standard C22.2, No. 1, meets requirements for an
FCC Class A computing device.
Surveyor1000 complies with the fire code of certain local municipalities. The fire code for any given
municipality should be verified for Surveyor1000’s compliance at the installation site. Vicon strongly
recommends the use of line conditioners; voltage regulators and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems
in the electrical power service.
NOTE: Read all instructions before beginning any installation.
How to Use this Manual
This manual was designed to provide the best overall instructions for the installation and operation of the
Surveyor1000 Camera Dome. The graphics and terminology used in this manual have been carefully selected
to enable a clear and distinct understanding of the Surveyor1000 and its components. This manual has been
formatted to present distinct methods of installation for experienced and novice installers.
For Experienced Installers:
Start at the Quick Installation sub-section of the Installation section and choose the appropriate method (InCeiling Mount Model, Indoor Pendant Model or Outdoor Pendant Model) to begin. Follow the references
provided in the text for items such as wiring tables, DIP Switch settings and Lower Dome care. Refer to the
subsequent sections of Installation, Wiring, Configuration and Operation for detailed descriptions of any
method.
For Novice Installers:
Complete the remainder of this section (Introduction) and proceed to the Detailed Installation sub-section of
the Installation section. Choose the appropriate method (In-Ceiling Mount Model, Indoor Pendant Model or
Outdoor Pendant Model) to begin. When complete, proceed to the Wiring, Configuration and Operation
sections to verify your work. In addition, these sections detail information on use of such optional features as
the Alarm Inputs and Relay Output.
This Operation Section of this manual was written using the available features in the latest revision (Rev. 3.0)
of the Surveyor1000 software. The actual version of software may vary in any particular Camera Dome and
support different features than actually described here.
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Accessory Kits
There are 3 different Accessory Kits included with the 3 basic configurations of Surveyor1000; ceiling, indoor
pendant and outdoor pendant. These kits provide the necessary items during installation as follows:
Ceiling Mount Version
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
Termination Box with RJ-45 female connector
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Cable, RJ-45 male to RJ-45 male, 10 ft (2.5 m)
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RS-485 Termination Jumpers
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Scribe for Ceiling Tile
Fitting, 0.5 in (12.7 mm) Romex with locknut
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Indoor/Outdoor Pendant Mount Version
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
Termination Box with RJ-45 female connector
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Cable, RJ-45 male to RJ-45 male, 10 ft (2.5 m)
RS-485 Termination Jumpers
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3
Outdoor Pendant Mount Version (only):
DESCRIPTION
Teflon Tape, 0.5 in (12.7 mm) X 60 in (1524 mm) roll
QUANTITY
1
NOTE: Teflon Tape is included in the Outdoor Housing Accessory kit.
The Termination Box and RJ-45 Cable Assembly is included to be used for control and relay connections in
connector J3 or alarm connections in connector J2. Refer to the Wiring Section of this manual for details on
using this supplied Termination Box and Cable Assembly. The supplied Strain Relief Fitting is used as an
alternate means of providing support for cables on the In-Ceiling Mount Model when Flexible Conduit Pipe will
not be used. Refer to the In-Ceiling Mount Model sub-section of the Installation Section for details on installing
this fitting. The RS-485 jumpers are provided to configure the RS-485 protocol and enable daisy-chaining of
Surveyor1000. The Teflon Tape is used for sealing the end of the 1.0-inch NPT Pipe on the Outdoor Pendant
Model. Refer to the Outdoor Pendant Model sub-section of the Installation Section for details on applying the
tape.
Unpacking and Inspection
All Vicon equipment is tested and inspected before leaving the factory. It is the carrier’s responsibility to
provide suitable delivery.
Inspect the cartons upon delivery and, if damage is present, make detailed notes on the carrier’s bill. Then,
obtain the carrier agent’s signature and file a damage claim as soon as possible.
Open the cartons and inspect the equipment for damage. Save the cartons and packing material. If damage is
present, contact the carrier and file a damage claim immediately. If the equipment must be returned for repair,
follow the instructions in the Shipping Information Section of this manual.
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Surveyor1000 Components
All Surveyor1000 versions are comprised of an Enclosure, a removable
Camera Drive, a Shroud and a Lower Dome. This assembly is the heart of
every prepackaged Surveyor1000 unit. Figure 1 shows an In-Ceiling model,
Figure 2 shows an Indoor Pendant model and Figure 3 shows an Outdoor
Pendant Model.
Enclosure
The Enclosure is a metal shell that houses Camera Drive on 3 standoffs. A
Safety Cord and Clip are provided to connect to the Camera Drive Latch
during installation. In addition, a small hole is provided on the Enclosure’s lip
for connection of the Lower Dome’s Plug. A Top Cover, a standard 0.5-inch
(13 mm) Conduit Fitting and a pair of Flippers are provided for the In-Ceiling
Mount Model. The Top Cover is attached with 3 screws. For In-Ceiling
installations that do not use conduit pipe, a standard 0.5-inch (13 mm) Strain
Relief Fitting provides solid cable anchoring at the Enclosure. Two rotating
Flippers are used to give a convenient and sturdy connection of the
Enclosure into the ceiling. The Pendant models do not use Flippers.
Camera Drive
The Camera Drive is comprised of an integral Camera, Pan-and-Tilt Drive
and CPU. The Camera Drive quickly and accurately positions the Camera in
360° of pan angle and 90° of tilt angle. All wiring is made directly to the top
of the Camera Drive. There are variations in camera type for format,
magnification and day/night usage.
Shroud
The Shroud is a 5.4 inch (137 mm) textured black ABS plastic shell. It has a
1.2 inch (30.5 mm) slotted opening for the Camera. This Shroud helps
conceal the position of the Camera and snaps onto the Camera Drive.
Lower Dome
The Lower Dome is an assembly comprised of a 5.9 inch (150 mm) diameter
acrylic plastic shell, a Trim Ring and a Safety Cord. Lower Domes for indoor
versions come in a choice of Smoked, Chrome or Gold finishes. Outdoor
Lower Domes are clear and use 4 screws for additional support. All Lower
Domes are anchored to the Enclosure by the Safety Cord. Refer to the
Maintenance Section for instructions on care of this Lower Dome.
Housing
The Housing is a molded plastic protective cover for the Enclosure. It is used
in the Surveyor1000 Indoor Pendant configuration. The Housing contains
two Spring Clips that snap into the Enclosure and a 1.0-inch NPT Pipe
flange mount. In addition, the Housing is equipped with a Safety Cord and
Clip that is used to suspend the Enclosure during installation.
Sunshield/Housing Assembly
The Sunshield is used on the Outdoor Pendant version and is pre-installed
over the Housing. It incorporates an O-ring seal and a Foam Barrier. It is
used for environmental sealing from water, dust and debris. In addition, a
thermostatically-controlled Heater is provided for temperature control.
Figure 1
Surveyor1000 In-Ceiling
CAUTION: For any environment subject to moisture, use the Outdoor
Pendant Model.
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Figure 2
Surveyor1000 Indoor Pendant
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Figure 3
Surveyor1000 Outdoor Pendant
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Installation
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Detailed Installation
For novice or first-time installers, these steps provide the most thorough and accurate instructions.
Use of the Provided Scribe
A small metal scribe is provided to assist in marking an accurate hole size in a ceiling tile. Use as follows:
1. Place a ceiling tile on a large flat surface, face up.
2. Measure and make a small mark at position A
from corner (11.9 in/302 mm). Refer to Figure 4.
3. Measure and make a small mark at position B
(8.2 in/208 mm), placing the Scribe as
perpendicular to the A-edge as possible.
4. Place the Scribe across positions B and C.
Rotate the Scribe around center C for a full turn.
5. Cut out the circle, using a sharp tool, on the
scribed line.
Figure 4
Use of the Scribe
In-Ceiling Mount Model
This version of Surveyor1000 mounts in the ceiling.
The Surveyor1000 rests on the ceiling material and
occupies the space between the lower ceiling and
upper building frame. This section details 2 methods
of installation. The first method can be used for
ceilings with no access to the space above, as in a
typical hard material ceiling. The second method is
used for a ceiling with access, as in the case of a
dropped ceiling (metal grid type). All mounting
hardware is provided.
From Below the Ceiling (no access to the
space above)
Figure 5
Ceiling Mount Model, No Ceiling Access Provided
The Camera Drive is removed from the Enclosure.
The ceiling hole is cut using the Scribe and the
Enclosure is prepared with Flexible Conduit or cabling
below the ceiling. The Enclosure is then lifted up
through ceiling hole and the Flipper Screws are
turned and tightened against the ceiling. Then the
Camera Drive is hung from the Enclosure’s Safety
Cord, wired, configured and screwed back into the
Enclosure. The Indoor Lower Dome is then snapped
on. The Surveyor1000 is secured with the Flippers.
The Surveyor1000’s horizontal position is determined
by the hole placement. Refer to Figure 5 for
installation details.
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The Accessory Kit containing the RJ-45 to RJ45 10 foot (2.5 m) cable and RJ-45 Termination
Box can be used in this installation for the 4
alarms or relay. Since there is no access to
above ceiling space and the supplied cable is
limited to 10 feet (2.5 m), the Termination Box
must be mounted in an area with access. In
addition, the 10 foot (2.5 m) cable must be
routed discretely with the other cables or
through the Flexible Conduit Pipe. Refer to
Figure 6 for an example of using the supplied
cable and Termination Box in this situation.
Figure 6
Typical use of Accessory Kit
The ceiling material must provide a surface of suitable strength for the Surveyor1000 weight of 4.5 lb (2.0 kg)
on the area of the two Flippers. Refer to the Optional Independent Support sub-section for installations
requiring additional support.
1. Mark, with the scribe, and cut a 7-3/8-inch (187 mm ) diameter hole in ceiling at the desired location.
Feed all Flexible Conduit Pipe or cables down through the hole.
2. Remove the Camera Drive from the Enclosure by loosening the 3 Captive Screws.
3. If cables are used without the use of Flexible Conduit:
a) Remove the Enclosure Top Cover by loosening the 3 screws and lifting it off. Then remove the
Conduit Fitting by loosening the Nut and sliding it out. Install the supplied Strain Relief Fitting in its
place and re-attach the Top Cover.
b) Hold the Enclosure near the hole in the ceiling and route approximately 9 inches (229 mm) of cables
through the Strain Relief Fitting. Tighten the 2 Strain Relief Fitting screws to compress the cables. Do
not over-tighten the screws and crush the cables.
NOTE: Connectors that do not fit through the Strain Relief Fitting must be cut off and re-terminated after
passing the cable through. It is recommended to pass any RJ-45 Connectors through the fitting first.
BNC type connectors do not fit through the fitting and must be terminated later.
3. If cables are channeled through Flexible Conduit:
a) Hold the Enclosure near the hole in the ceiling and route approximately 9 inches (229 mm) of Conduit
cables through the Conduit Fitting.
b) Insert the end of the Flexible Conduit Pipe into the Conduit Fitting and tighten the Clamp Screw.
NOTE: Connectors that do not fit through the Conduit Fitting must be cut off and re-terminated after passing
the cable through. It is recommended to pass any RJ-45 Connectors through the fitting first. BNC type
connectors do not fit through the fitting and must be terminated later.
4. Lift Enclosure up through ceiling hole, turn and tighten Flipper Screws.
5. Connect the Latch of the Camera Drive to the Enclosure’s Safety Cord Clip.
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6. With the Camera Drive hanging from the Enclosure, terminate all the cables as follows:
a) Remove Terminal Blocks TB1 and/or TB3. Since the control signals exist in both TB3 and J3, do not
remove TB3 if J3 will be used for control signal wiring.
b) Strip approximately 1 inch (25 mm) of insulation off all wires to be terminated in Terminal Blocks.
Then strip approximately 0.25 inches (6 mm) of insulation off of each individual wire.
c) Make all connections to Terminal Blocks TB1 and TB3 with reference to Table 2. On TB3, the
COMMAND IN + (CI+) and COMMAND IN - (CI-) connections must be used for Simplex operation.
For Half Duplex operation, the additional signals RESPONSE OUT + (RO+) and RESPONSE OUT (RO-) must also be used. Insert each wire into its proper Terminal Block location and tighten each
screw.
d) Terminate the video (coaxial) cable with a BNC type male connector.
e) Terminate the 8-conductor alarm cable or control/relay cable with an RJ-45 male connector, if
connectors J2 and J3 will be used.
WARNING: If Vicoax mode is being used, DO NOT wire TB3 or J3 with control signals, as this will cause
the Camera Dome Program to lock up upon power-up.
7. Reinstall the Terminal Blocks TB1 and TB3 into the Communication Power Supply Board at the proper
block frames.
8. Install the Video BNC cable connector to the Communication Power Supply Board’s mating BNC
Connector at location J1.
9. Plug in all RJ-45 cable connectors to their corresponding mating connectors J2 and J3. All cables should
be just long enough to reach their respective connectors or approximately 8 inches (203 mm).
WARNING: Failure to insert the RJ-45 Connectors into the correct mating connectors can cause damage
to the Communication Power Supply Board upon power-up.
10. Configure the Surveyor1000 communication and address DIP Switches as follows:
a) If RS-422 Mode will be used:
1. Set switches 1 - 8 on DIP Switch 1 (S1) to Surveyor1000’s address as specified in Table 3. All
addresses between 0 and 255 are valid (address 0 is the same as camera number 256).
2. Set switch 1 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate video mode (PAL/OFF or NTSC/ON).
3. Set switch 2 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the OFF position (VPS/NOVA mode).
4. Set switch 3 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the OFF position (VPS/NOVA mode).
5. Set switch 4 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate communication protocol (RS-422 or RS485).
b) If Vicoax Mode will be used:
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1. Set switch 1 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate video mode (PAL or NTSC).
2. Set switch 2 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the ON position (Vicoax mode).
3. Set switch 3 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to either position as it does not affect Vicoax protocol
operation.
4. Set switch 4 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to either position as it does not affect Vicoax protocol
operation.
NOTE: DIP Switches labeled ON or CLOSED and OFF or OPEN have the same meaning.
11. Carefully align the 3 Camera Drive Captive Screws with their mating standoffs and insert the Camera
Drive into the Enclosure. When seated, tighten the 3 Captive Screws.
12. Lift the Lower Dome up to the
Surveyor1000 and line up the 2 molded
tabs on the Lower Dome with the 2
recesses on the inner Enclosure. Refer to
Figure 7. There are only 2 ways to align it.
13. Insert the Plug on the Safety Cord into the
Hole on the Surveyor1000. Push the
Lower Dome up into the Surveyor 2000.
Verify that it snaps into place on both
sides. The upper edge of the Lower Dome
should be flush with ceiling plane.
14. Proceed to the Operation Section of this
manual.
Figure 7
Final Assembly, Ceiling Mount Version
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From Above the Ceiling (access
to the space above)
The ceiling hole is marked with the scribe
and cut. The Enclosure is then lifted up
through ceiling hole and the Flipper
Screws are turned and tightened against
the ceiling. The Enclosure’s Top Cover is
removed and the Surveyor1000 is wired
and configured from above the ceiling.
The Top Cover is replaced and the Indoor
Lower Dome is then snapped on. The
Surveyor1000 is secured with the
Flippers. Refer to Figure 8 for installation
details.
The Accessory Kit containing the RJ-45 to
RJ-45 8 foot (2.4 m) cable and RJ-45
Termination Box can be used in this
installation for the 4 alarms or relay. Since
there is access above the ceiling and the
supplied cable is limited to 8 feet (2.4 m),
the Termination Box must be mounted
while wiring and configuring the
Surveyor1000. Refer to Figure 6 for an
example of using the supplied cable and
Termination Box in this situation. Detailed
installation instructions will follow.
Figure 8
Ceiling Mount Model, Access Provided
The ceiling material must provide a
surface of suitable strength for the
Surveyor1000 weight of 4.5 lb (2.0 kg) on
the area of the two Flippers. Refer to the
Optional Independent Support sub-section
for installations requiring additional
support.
1. Mark, with the scribe, and cut a 7-3/8-inch (187 mm ) diameter hole in ceiling at the desired Surveyor1000
location. Feed the necessary Flexible Conduit Pipe or cables down through the hole.
2. Lift Enclosure up through ceiling hole, turn and tighten Flipper Screws.
3. Working above the ceiling, remove the Enclosure Top Cover by loosening the 3 Screws and lifting it off.
4. If cables are used without the use of Flexible Conduit:
a) Remove the Conduit Fitting by loosening the Nut and sliding it out. Install the supplied Strain Relief
Fitting in its place.
b) Route approximately 9 inches (229 mm) of cables through the Strain Relief Fitting. Tighten the 2
Strain Relief Fitting screws to compress the cables. Over-tightening the screws could crush cables.
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NOTE: Connectors that do not fit through the Strain Relief Fitting must be cut off and re-terminated after
passing the cable through. It is recommended to pass any RJ-45 Connectors through the fitting first.
BNC type connectors do not fit through the fitting and must be terminated later.
4. If cables are channeled through Flexible Conduit:
a) Route approximately 9 inches (229 mm) of Conduit cables through the Conduit Fitting.
b) Insert the end of the Flexible Conduit Pipe into the Conduit Fitting and tighten the Clamp Screw.
NOTE: Connectors that do not fit through the Conduit Fitting must be cut off and re-terminated after passing
the cable through. It is recommended to pass any RJ-45 Connectors through the fitting first. BNC type
connectors do not fit through the fitting and must be terminated later.
5. Terminate all the cables as follows (refer to Figure 9):
a) Remove Terminal Blocks TB1 and/or TB3. Since the control signals exist in both TB3 and J3, do not
remove TB3 if J3 will be used for control signal wiring.
b) Strip approximately 1 inch (25 mm) of insulation off all wires to be terminated in Terminal Blocks.
Then strip approximately 0.25 inches (6 mm) of insulation off of each individual wire.
c) Make all connections to Terminal Blocks TB1 and TB3 with reference to Table 2. On TB3, the
COMMAND IN + (CI+) and COMMAND IN - (CI-) connections must be used for Simplex operation.
For Half Duplex operation, the additional signals RESPONSE OUT + (RO+) and RESPONSE OUT (RO-) must also be used. Insert each wire into its proper Terminal Block location and tighten each
screw.
d) Terminate the video (coaxial) cable with a BNC type male connector.
e) Terminate the 8-conductor alarm cable or communication/relay cable with an RJ-45 male connector,
if connectors J2 and J3 will be used.
WARNING: If Vicoax mode is being used, DO NOT wire TB3 or J3 with control signals, as this will cause
the Camera Dome Program to lock up upon power-up.
6. Reinstall the Terminal Blocks TB1 and TB3 into the Communication Power Supply Board at the proper
block frames.
7. Install the Video BNC cable connector to the Communication/Power Supply Board’s mating BNC
Connector at location J1.
8. Plug in all RJ-45 cable connectors to their corresponding mating connectors J2 and J3. All cables should
be carefully looped around to prevent the excess cable from bending sharply and breaking later.
WARNING: Failure to insert the RJ-45 Connectors into the correct mating connectors can cause damage
to the Communication Power Supply Board upon power-up.
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NOTE: Failure to loop the cables can prevent later removal of the Camera Drive from the Enclosure.
Figure 9
Close-Up View - In-Ceiling Configuration with Cables
9. Configure the Surveyor1000 communication and address DIP Switches as follows:
a) If RS-422 Mode will be used:
1. Set switches 1 - 8 on DIP Switch 1 (S1) to Surveyor1000’s address as specified in Table 3. All
addresses between 0 and 255 are valid (address 0 is the same as camera number 256).
2. Set switch 1 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate video mode (PAL/OFF or NTSC/ON).
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3. Set switch 2 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the OFF position (VPS/NOVA mode).
4. Set switch 3 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate communication mode (SIMPLEX/DUPLEX).
5. Set switch 4 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate communication protocol (RS-422 or RS-485)
position as specified in Table 3.
b) If Vicoax Mode will be used:
1. Set switch 1 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate video mode (PAL or NTSC).
2. Set switch 2 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the ON position (Vicoax mode).
3. Set switch 3 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to either position, as it does not affect Vicoax protocol
operation.
4. Set switch 4 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to either position, as it does not affect Vicoax protocol
operation.
NOTE: DIP Switches labeled ON or CLOSED and OFF or OPEN have the same meaning.
10. Lift the Lower Dome up to the
Surveyor1000 and line up the molded tabs
on the Lower Dome with the recesses on
the inner Enclosure. There are only 2 ways
to align it. Refer to Figure 10.
11. Insert the Plug on the Safety Cord into the
Hole on the Surveyor1000. Push the Lower
Dome up into the Surveyor1000. Verify that
it snaps into place on both sides. The upper
edge of the Lower Dome should be flush
with ceiling plane.
12. Proceed to the Operation Section of this
manual.
Figure 10
Final Assembly, Ceiling Mount Version
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Optional Independent Support
If it is necessary to provide independent support for the Surveyor1000, other than the ceiling material, order
the optional In-Ceiling Mount Model Kit. It consists of a pre-assembled set of Mounting Rails and folding Ring
as shown in Figure 11.
1. With the 7-3/8-inch (187 mm)
diameter hole cut in the
ceiling tile and tile replaced in
the ceiling, push the folded
assembly up through the hole
and unfold.
2. Position the assembly
squarely over the hole and
fasten the Caddy Rail Clips to
the existing frame. Remove
adjacent tiles to access the
clips.
3. Adjust the position of the
Caddy Rail Clips along the
frame to obtain the best “X”
position.
Figure 11
Optional In-Ceiling Mount Model Kit Installation
4. Slide the assembly along the
Caddy Rails to obtain the best
concentric
“Y”
position.
Tighten
the
horizontal
adjustment screws to secure
the position.
5. With the Ring concentric with
the hole, slide the ring
vertically along the support
slots to obtain the best flush fit
in the ceiling. The Ring should
be firmly seated against the
tile without warping the tile as
shown in Figure 12.
Figure 12
Optional In-Ceiling Mount Model Kit Installation
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6. Finally, complete the
installation as described in the
procedure of the previous
sub-sections. In this
installation, the Flippers will
secure the Enclosure to the
Mounting Ring Assembly
instead of the tile.
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Indoor Pendant Model
The Indoor Pendant Model mounts on a Vicon Mount or a 1.0-inch vertical Pipe. The pipe is a standard 1.0inch NPT type and must be oriented vertically so the Surveyor1000 can effectively hang from the pipe.
The Mount is installed with all the cables run through it and the 1.0-inch NPT Pipe is prepared for
Surveyor1000 installation. The cables are routed through the Housing and the Housing is screwed tightly to
the pipe. Then the Surveyor1000 is hung from the Housing Safety Cord while it is wired and configured. The
Surveyor1000 is then carefully snapped into the Housing. The Surveyor1000 is supported by the Mount. The
Indoor Lower Dome is then anchored with its Safety Cord and snapped on. Refer to Figure 13. Detailed
installation instructions will follow.
The Accessory Kit containing the RJ-45 to RJ-45 8 foot (2.4 m) cable and RJ-45 Termination Box can be
used for wiring the 4 alarms or the relay in this installation. Since the supplied cable is limited to 8 feet (2.4
m), the Termination Box must be mounted within the immediate area of the Surveyor1000. The Mount must
provide a support of suitable strength for the Housing and the Surveyor1000 weight of 6.0 lb (2.7 kg).
1. Install the Mount in accordance with the
Installation Manual included with the Mount or
prepare the vertical 1.0-inch NPT Pipe.
2. Feed all necessary cables through the back of
the Mount and out the end of the 1.0-inch NPT
Pipe, 16-inches (406 mm) in length.
3. Lift the Housing up to the Mount or Pipe and feed
the cables through its top opening.
4. Place the Housing onto the 1.0-inch pipe and
screw clockwise, looking up at the Housing.
When it becomes snug, turn it an additional
quarter-turn.
5. Verify that each cable drops from the pipe
opening at least 16-inches (406 mm) in length.
6. Lift the Surveyor1000 up to the Housing and
attach the Housing’s Safety Cord to the
Surveyor1000’s Latch. Allow the Surveyor1000 to
hang from the Housing.
Figure 13
Indoor Pendant Mount Model
7. Route each cable from the inside top of the
Housing down to the Cable Retainer on the
Enclosure and then comfortably over to its mating connector on the Communications/Power Supply
Board. Add 1-inch (25 mm) of extra length to each cable for termination and cut them. The approximate
length of each cable should be 13 - 16-inches (330 - 406 mm).
8. Terminate all the cables as follows:
a) Remove Terminal Blocks TB1 and/or TB3. Since the control signals exist in both TB3 and J3, do not
remove TB3 if J3 will be used for control signal wiring.
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b) Strip approximately 1 inch (25 mm) of insulation off all wires to be terminated in Terminal Blocks TB1
and TB3. Then strip approximately 0.25 inches (6 mm) of insulation off of each individual wire.
c) Make all connections to Terminal Blocks TB1 and TB3 with reference to Table 2. On TB3, the
COMMAND IN + (CI+) and COMMAND IN - (CI-) connections must be used for Simplex operation.
For Half Duplex operation, the additional signals RESPONSE OUT + (RO+) and RESPONSE OUT (RO-) must also be used. Insert each wire into its Terminal Block location and tighten the screw.
d) Terminate the video (coaxial) cable with a BNC type male connector.
e) Terminate the 8-conductor alarm cable or communication/relay cable with an RJ-45 male connector,
if connectors J2 or J3 will be used.
WARNING: If Vicoax mode is being used, DO NOT wire TB3 or J3 with control signals, as this will cause
the Camera Dome Program to lock up upon power-up.
9. Reinstall the Terminal Blocks TB1 and TB3 into the Communication Power Supply Board at the proper
block frames.
10. Install the Video BNC cable connector to the Communication/Power Supply Board’s mating BNC
Connector at location J1.
11. Plug in all RJ-45 cable connectors to their corresponding mating connectors J2 and J3.
WARNING: Failure to insert the RJ-45 Connectors into the correct mating connectors can cause damage
to the Communication Power Supply Board upon power-up.
12. Route all cables under the Cable Retainer as shown in Figure 14a.
13. Configure the Surveyor1000 communication and address DIP Switches as follows:
a) If RS-422 Mode will be used:
1. Set switches 1 - 8 on DIP Switch 1 (S1) to Surveyor1000’s address as specified in Table 3. All
addresses between 0 and 255 are valid (address 0 is the same as camera number 256).
2. Set switch 1 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate video mode (PAL/OFF or NTSC/ON).
3. Set switch 2 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the OFF position (VPS/NOVA mode).
4. Set switch 3 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the OFF position (SIMPLEX/DUPLEX).
5. Set switch 4 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate communication protocol (RS-422 or RS485).
b) If Vicoax Mode will be used:
1. Set switch 1 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate video mode (PAL or NTSC).
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2. Set switch 2 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the ON position (Vicoax mode).
3. Set switch 3 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to either position, as it does not affect Vicoax protocol
operation.
4. Set switch 4 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to either position, as it does not affect Vicoax protocol
operation.
NOTE: DIP Switches labeled ON or CLOSED and OFF or OPEN have the same meaning.
14. With the Surveyor1000 hanging from the Housing, verify that the wiring resembles
the technique of Figure 14a.
a
WARNING: Cables having excessive slack can cause damage to the Surveyor1000
when installed into the Housing.
15. With the Surveyor1000 oriented as shown in Figure 14b, lift it so that it is flush with
the Housing.
16. Turn the Surveyor1000 counterclockwise (looking up) until the arrow on the
Installation Label is aligned with the arrow on the inside of the Housing as shown in
Figures 14c and 14d.
b
17. Push the Surveyor1000 straight up into the Housing as shown in Figure 14e. Verify
that the 2 slots on the Surveyor1000 snap into the Housing clips. Do not use
excessive force. In the event that it does not snap easily, remove the Surveyor1000
and verify proper cabling.
18. Lift the Lower Dome up to the
Surveyor1000 and press in
it’s Safety Cord Plug into the
hole provided on the inside of
the Enclosure to anchor the
Lower Dome. See Figure 15.
c
d
Figure 15
Indoor Lower Dome Installation
19. Holding the Lower Dome, line
up the 2 molded tabs on the
Lower Dome with the 2
recesses on the inner
Enclosure. There are only 2
ways to align it. Push the
Lower Dome up and verify
that it snaps into place on
both sides.
20. Proceed to the Operation
Section of this manual.
e
Figure 14
Pendant Mount Final
Assembly
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Outdoor Pendant Model
The Outdoor Pendant Model mounts on a Vicon Mount or a 1.0-inch vertical Pipe in the same manner as the
Indoor version. The Outdoor version includes a Sunshield, Heater and weather protection.
The Mount is installed with all the cables run through it and the 1.0-inch NPT Pipe is prepared with Teflon
Tape for the Housing and the Surveyor1000 installation. The cables are routed through the Housing and the
Housing is screwed tightly to the pipe. Then the Surveyor1000 is hung from the Housing Safety Cord while it
is wired and configured. The Surveyor1000 is then carefully snapped into the Housing. The entire
Surveyor1000 is supported by the Mount. The Indoor Lower Dome is then anchored with its Safety Cord,
snapped on and screwed tight to the Surveyor1000. See Figure 16. Detailed installation instructions will
follow.
The Accessory Kit containing the RJ-45 to RJ-45 8 foot (2.4 m) cable and RJ-45 Termination Box can be
used for wiring the 4 alarms or the relay in this installation. Since the supplied cable is limited to 8 feet (2.4
m), the Termination Box must be mounted within the immediate area of the Surveyor1000.
The Mount must provide a support of suitable strength for the Sunshield, Housing and the Surveyor1000
weight of 6.8 lb (3.0 kg).
1. Install the Mount in accordance with the
Installation Manual included with the Mount or
prepare the vertical 1.0-inch NPT Pipe.
2. Feed all necessary cables through the back of
the Mount and out the end of the 1.0-inch NPT
Pipe, 16-inches (406 mm) in length.
3. Lift the Sunshield and Housing up to the Mount
and feed the cables through its top opening.
4. Tightly wrap approximately 3 turns of supplied
Teflon Tape clockwise around pipe, looking up
at the pipe.
NOTE: Failure to apply the tape to the threads will
result in moisture entering the Housing and eventual
failure of the Surveyor1000.
5. Place the Housing onto the 1.0-inch pipe and
screw clockwise, looking up at the Housing.
When it becomes snug, turn it an additional
quarter-turn.
Figure 16
Outdoor Pendant Mount Model
6. Verify that each cable drops from the pipe
opening at least 16-inches (406 mm) in length.
7. Lift the Surveyor1000 up to the Housing and attach the Housing’s Safety Cord to the Surveyor1000’s
Latch. Allow the Surveyor1000 to hang from the Housing.
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8. Route each cable from the inside top of the Housing down to the Fan’s Bracket and then comfortably over
to its mating connector on the Communications/Power Supply Board. Add 1-inch (25 mm) of extra length
to each cable for termination and cut them. The approximate length of each cable should be 13 - 16
inches (330 - 406 mm).
9. Terminate all the cables as follows:
a) Remove Terminal Blocks TB1 and/or TB3. Since the control signals exist in both TB3 and J3, do not
remove TB3 if J3 will be used for control signal wiring.
b) Strip approximately 1 inch (25 mm) of insulation off all wires to be terminated in Terminal Blocks TB1
and TB3. Then strip approximately 0.25 inches (6 mm) of insulation off of each individual wire.
c) Make all connections to Terminal Blocks TB1 and TB3 with reference to Table 2. On TB3, the
COMMAND IN + (CI+) and COMMAND IN - (CI-) connections must be used for Simplex operation.
For Half Duplex operation, the additional signals RESPONSE OUT + (RO+) and RESPONSE OUT (RO-) must also be used. Insert each wire into its proper Terminal Block location and tighten the
screw.
d) Terminate the video (coaxial) cable with a BNC type male connector.
e) Terminate the 8-conductor alarm cable or communication/relay cable with an RJ-45 male connector,
if connectors J2 or J3 will be used.
WARNING: If Vicoax mode is being used, DO NOT wire TB3 or J3 with control signals, as this will cause
the Camera Dome Program to lock up upon power-up.
10. Reinstall the Terminal Blocks TB1 and TB3 into the Communication Power Supply Board at the proper
block frames.
11. Install the Video BNC cable connector to the Communication/Power Supply Board’s mating BNC
Connector at location J1.
12. Plug in all RJ-45 cable connectors to their corresponding mating connectors J2 and J3.
WARNING: Failure to insert the RJ-45 Connectors into the correct mating connectors can cause damage
to the Communication Power Supply Board upon power-up.
13. Route all cables under the Fan’s Cable Retainer as shown in Figure 17a.
14. Configure the Surveyor1000 communication and address DIP Switches as follows:
a) If RS-422 Mode will be used:
1. Set switches 1 - 8 on DIP Switch 1 (S1) to Surveyor1000’s address as specified in Table 3. All
addresses between 0 and 255 are valid (address 0 is the same as camera number 256).
2. Set switch 1 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate video mode (PAL/OFF or NTSC/ON).
3. Set switch 2 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the OFF position (VPS/NOVA mode).
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4. Set switch 3 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the OFF position (SIMPLEX/DUPLEX).
5. Set switch 4 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate communication protocol (RS-422 or RS485).
b) If Vicoax Mode will be used:
1. Set switch 1 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate video mode (PAL or
NTSC).
2. Set switch 2 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the ON position (Vicoax mode).
a
3. Set switches 3 and 4 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to either position, as they do
not affect Vicoax protocol operation.
NOTE: DIP Switches labeled ON or CLOSED and OFF or OPEN have the same
meaning.
15. With the Surveyor1000 hanging from the Housing, verify that the wiring resembles
the technique of Figure 17a.
b
WARNING: Cables having excessive slack can cause damage to the
Surveyor1000 when installed into the Housing.
16. With the Surveyor1000 oriented as shown in Figure 17b, lift it so that it is flush
with the Housing.
17. Turn the Surveyor1000 counterclockwise (looking up) until the arrow on the
Installation Label is aligned with the arrow on the inside of the Housing as shown
in Figures 17b and 17c.
c
d
18. Push the Surveyor1000 straight up into the Housing as shown in Figures 17d and
17e. Verify that the 2 slots on the Surveyor1000 snap into the Housing clips. Do
not use excessive force. In the event that it does not snap easily, remove the
Surveyor1000 and verify proper cabling.
19. Lift the Lower Dome up to the Surveyor1000 and press in its Safety Cord Plug
into the hole provided on the inside of the Enclosure to anchor the Lower Dome.
20. Holding the Lower Dome, line
up the 2 molded tabs on the
Lower Dome with the 2
recesses
on
the
inner
Enclosure. There are only 2
ways to align it. Push the
Lower Dome up and verify that
it snaps into place on both
sides. See Figure 18.
21. Tighten the 4 Trim Ring
Screws to hold the Lower
Dome in place. Verify proper
orientation of the Grommet.
e
Figure 17
Pendant Mount
Final Assembly
22. Proceed to the Operation
Section of this manual.
Figure 18
Outdoor Lower Dome Installation
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Wiring
Wiring is done with runs of cable for power, video and control. Optional wiring can be installed for the Relay
Output and 4 Alarm Inputs. All cables enter the Enclosure from the top on all pendant installations and
through the Conduit Fitting on all In-Ceiling installations. Refer to the Technical Information section for all
electrical requirements.
Power cables carry AC power and are usually a two-conductor type ranging in size from 20 to 12 AWG. The
provided power source is a UL listed Class 2 indoor/dry or Class 3 outdoor/wet rated type transformer. The
leads should be connected to Terminal Block 1 (TB1), pin 1 [H - (hot)] and pin 2 [N - (neutral)]. The size of the
two-conductor cable depends on indoor/outdoor application and cable distance as shown in Table 7 of the
Technical Information Section.
Video cables carry the composite video signal and Vicoax signals out of the Surveyor1000 over coaxial cable.
In Vicoax mode, the video signal also carries the Control signals. The video cable should be connected to the
BNC female connector J1. Refer to the Reference section of this manual for information on recommended
cable types and maximum distances.
Control cables carry the NOVA/VPS digital signals and require individually-shielded twisted-pair sets. The
NOVA/VPS signals are carried via RS-422/485 protocol. The RS-422 protocol is used for single Camera
Dome applications. RS-422 signals are always active and do not have a tri-state (high impedance) state. The
RS-485 protocol is used for multiple Camera Domes in a daisy chain configuration. RS-485 signals are not
always active and do have a tri-state (high impedance) state. Thus, Surveyor1000 can be daisy chained to
any other compatible RS-485 device, including another Surveyor1000. Refer to the Communications/Power
Supply PC board Shield for signal connection points. The type of cable required depends on the cable
distance and number of wire pairs within a cable, as shown in the Reference Section. These signals are
connected to Terminal Block 3 (TB3) or RJ-45 Connector J3. There can be a maximum of two Control cables
(twisted-pair sets), depending on the mode selected, Simplex or Half Duplex operation.
Half Duplex:
This RS-422/485 protocol type allows two-way command and response flow between the
Surveyor1000 and the control system that requires two individually-shielded twisted-pair
cables.
Simplex:
This RS-422/485 protocol type allows command flow from the control system to the
Surveyor1000 only requiring one shielded twisted-pair cable.
COMMAND IN (CIN):
A signal from the CPU that causes some function to occur in the Surveyor1000.
RESPONSE OUT (RO): A signal from the Surveyor1000 to the CPU in response to a COMMAND IN signal or
triggered by an Alarm Input.
COMMAND OUT (CO): A signal from the Surveyor1000 that causes some function to occur in the CPU.
RESPONSE IN (RIN): A signal from the CPU to the Surveyor1000 in response to a COMMAND OUT signal.
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Typical Relay and Alarm Connections
Alarm Input and Relay Output type signals are also carried on individually-shielded twisted-pair cable sets.
The signals are defined in the following descriptions.
Alarms 1-4 are electronic TTL (transistor-transistor
logic) type inputs that are driven by a dry contact
type switch. These signals are connected to RJ-45
Connector J2. Each input has two states, open and
closed. For example, in Figure 19, a door switch
can activate an alarm when connected to a
Surveyor1000 Alarm Input. As a guideline (under
normal conditions), the cable should be 22 AWG for
a 1000 foot (305 m) distance. The states
correspond to defined TTL designations as follows:
OPEN = HIGH and CLOSED = LOW
where: HIGH = 5 VDC and LOW = < 1 VDC
Figure 19
Typical Alarm Circuit
Since dry contact switches are normally defined in
terms of their inactive or “normal” state, the
following holds true:
NORMALLY CLOSED (NC) = ACTIVE HIGH
(OPEN)
NORMALLY OPEN (NO) = ACTIVE LOW
(CLOSED)
The “active” state can be programmed through the
Surveyor1000 menu system. These signals are
connected to RJ-45 Connector J3. Alarm signals
can be programmed for their status
(enabled/disabled), active level definition (high/low),
action/reset function (none, preset, aux on, aux off
or tour), acknowledgment mode (automatic/manual)
and report status (yes/no).
The Relay Output is an actual Relay Output dry
contact which directly drives external devices. For
example, a light can be turned on and off when the
Relay Output is connected to the light circuit. Refer
to Figure 20. The Relay Output contact can be
programmed for its power-on state definition (on/off)
and output type definition (momentary or latching).
Figure 20
Typical Relay Circuit
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The Relay Output can handle a signal of about 35
volts at 1 A typical. There is one Relay Output
contact located on the J3, RJ-45 Connector.
Connect the circuit to be switched to the connector
pins labeled RELAY C and RELAY NC or RELAY
NO for a normally closed or normally open
connection, respectively.
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Installing the Cables
WARNING: Disable the AC power to prevent installer injury and damage to the unit.
Cables are installed using 2 different methods, depending on the installation type. For the In-Ceiling
installation, cables are routed from above the ceiling through a Conduit Fitting on the Enclosure to the board.
For the Pendant installation, cables are routed from the inside of the Housing through a Cable Clamp to the
Communication Power Supply Board.
For an In-Ceiling Installation
1. Remove the Enclosure’s top Top Cover by loosening the 3 screws and lifting it off.
2. Place all cables through the Conduit Fitting on the side of the Enclosure. Verify that all cables have been
routed through 0.5 inch (13 mm) rigid or Flexible Conduit Pipe pipe.
NOTE: Connectors that do not fit through the Conduit Fitting must be cut off and re-terminated after passing
the cable through. It is recommended to pass any RJ-45 Connectors through the fitting first. BNC type
connectors do not fit through the fitting and must be terminated later.
NOTE: If conduit pipe is not used, the supplied Strain Relief Fitting must be installed in place of the one
installed to provide sufficient cable strain relief.
3. Maneuver all cables as shown in
Figure 21. Looping all cables around
the inside provides natural strain relief
and prevents sharp bends which could
lead to broken cables later.
NOTE: Failure to loop the cables can
prevent later removal of the Camera Drive
from the ceiling.
4. Cut all cables to their approximate
required lengths. Leave approximately
1 inch (25 mm) extra for termination.
5. Remove Terminal Blocks TB1 and/or
TB3. The control signals exist in both
TB3 and J3 and the Relay signals exist
only in J3. Therefore, remove TB3 only
if the control signals will be terminated
here.
Figure 21
In-Ceiling Mount Model Cable Installation
6. Strip approximately 2 inches (51 mm)
of insulation off of any twisted-pair wire
sets or cables used for power, control,
alarms and relays. Then strip
approximately 0.25 inches (6 mm) of
insulation off of each wire.
7. Terminate the video (coaxial) cable with a BNC type male connector. Terminate the 8-conductor alarm
cable with an RJ-45 male connector, if used.
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8. Make all connections to Terminal Blocks TB1 and TB3 with reference to Table 2. On TB3, the COMMAND
IN + (CI+) and COMMAND IN - (CI-) connections must be used for Simplex operation. For Half Duplex
operation, the additional signals RESPONSE OUT + (RO+) and RESPONSE OUT - (RO-) must also be
used.
WARNING: If Vicoax mode is being used, DO NOT wire TB3 or J3 for control, as this will cause the
Camera Dome Program to lock up upon power-up.
9. Reinstall the Terminal Blocks TB1 and TB3 into the Communication Power Supply Board at the proper
block frames.
10. Install the video BNC cable connector to the Communication/Power Supply Board’s mating BNC
Connector.
11. Plug in all RJ-45 cable connectors to their corresponding mating connectors J1 and J3.
WARNING: Failure to insert the RJ-45 Connectors into the correct mating connectors can cause damage
to the Communication Power Supply Board upon power-up.
WARNING: Wire the control cable to TB3 OR J3, not both, to avoid communication errors.
12. Insert the conduit pipe into the Conduit Fitting and tighten the screw.
13. Replace the Enclosure’s Top Cover by properly seating it and tightening the 3 screws.
For an Indoor or Outdoor Pendant Model Installation
The Pendant type installation wiring requires careful measurement and termination of all cables. The cable
must be just long enough to permit the Safety Cord to be the sole support of the Surveyor1000 when removed
from the Housing and just short enough to prevent improper bunching of the cables when installing the
Surveyor1000 into the Housing. Refer to Figure 22 for Indoor or Outdoor Pendant Model mount cable
installation details.
1. With the Surveyor1000 hanging from the Housing, route each cable from the inside top of the Housing
down to the Cable Clamp on the Enclosure and comfortably over to its appropriate
Communications/Power Supply Board connector. Leave approximately 1 inch (25 mm) extra for
termination and cut each cable. The approximate total length of these cables should be 13 to 16 inches
(330 to 406 mm).
2. Remove Terminal Blocks TB1 and/or TB3. The control signals exist in both TB3 and J3 and the Relay
signals exist only in J3. Therefore, remove TB3 only if the control signals will be terminated here.
3. Strip approximately 2 inches (51 mm) of insulation off of any twisted-pair wire sets or cables used for
power, control, alarms and relays. Then strip approximately 0.25 inches (6 mm) of insulation off of each
wire.
4. Terminate the video (coaxial) cable with a BNC type male connector. Terminate the 8-conductor alarm
cable with an RJ-45 male connector, if used.
5. Make all connections to Terminal Blocks TB1 and TB3 with reference to Table 2. On TB3, the COMMAND
IN + (CI+) and COMMAND IN - (CI-) connections must be used for Simplex operation. For Half Duplex
operation, the additional signals RESPONSE OUT + (RO+) and RESPONSE OUT - (RO-) must also be
used.
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WARNING: If Vicoax mode is being used, DO NOT wire TB3 for control, as this will cause the Camera
Dome Program to lock up upon power-up.
6. Reinstall the Terminal Blocks
TB1 and TB3 into the
Communication Power Supply
Board at the proper block
frames.
7. Install the video BNC cable
connector to the
Communication/Power Supply
Board’s mating BNC
Connector.
Figure 22
Indoor Pendant Mount Cable Installation
8. Plug in all RJ-45 cable
connectors to their
corresponding mating
connectors J1 and J3.
WARNING: Failure to insert the RJ-45 Connectors into the correct mating connectors can cause damage
to the Communication Power Supply Board upon power-up.
9. Place each cable into the
Enclosure’s Cable Retainer (for
the Outdoor version, under the
Fan Bracket as shown in Figure
23.) The Safety Cord should
now provide sole support of the
Surveyor1000 and the cables
should be slack and
comfortably run to their
connectors. Push any
remaining cable back through
the top of the Housing until the
cabling comfortably passes
directly from the Cable Clamp
(Fan’s Bracket) to the top of the
Housing.
Figure 23
Outdoor Pendant Mount Cable Installation
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Using the Accessory Kit’s
Termination Box and RJ-45 Cable
for Wiring
The Termination Box and RJ-45 Cable are
provided to assist in using connector J3.
Connector J3 is required to access the internal
relay and is an alternate connector for access to
the Surveyor1000’s control signals. The RJ-45
Cable has two male ends which plug directly into
connector J3 and the Termination Box. Since the
RJ-45 cable is 10 feet (2.5 m), the Termination
Box must be mounted within the vicinity of the
Surveyor1000.
The Termination Box provides a convenient
adapter from the RJ-45 connector to individual
wires. After the cable is passed through the Cable
Fitting (ceiling-mounted Surveyor1000 only),
connect it to Termination Box’s jack.
When the cover of the Termination Box is
removed, the pre-wired terminal block will
resemble Figure 24. Feed the Control Cable into
one of the sides and connect each wire to the
appropriate screws. Figure 26 is shown wired for
typical Surveyor1000 duplex operation with no
relay.
NOTE: Upon initial installation of a ceilingmounted Surveyor1000, it is recommended to
pass this RJ-45 Connector through the fitting first.
After this, the remaining connectors that do not fit
through the fitting must be cut off and terminated
later.
Figure 24
Use of Accessory Kit Cabling
NOTE: Use only the supplied Vicon RJ-45 cable or
shielded equivalent.
Recommended Use of the Termination
Box with Flexible Conduit
If it is necessary to keep the control cable within
Flexible Conduit, it will be necessary to obtain a
Break-Out Box. The Termination Box is then
mounted inside it and can have Flexible Conduit
run to it from both sides, as shown in Figure 25.
This method maintains a Flexible Conduit cover
over all cables and provides secure mounting of
the Termination Box.
Figure 25
Use of a Break Out Box for Termination Box
Mounting
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Recommended Use of the Termination Box for
Daisy Chain Configuration (RS-485 Protocol)
The Termination Box and RJ-45 Cable can also be used to
daisy chain multiple Surveyor1000s. Using a Termination Box
for each Surveyor1000 provides the means to patch, or parallel,
the control wiring. Connector J3 provides access to the
Surveyor1000’s control signals. The RJ-45 Cable has two male
ends which plug directly into connector J3 and the Termination
Box. Since the RJ-45 cable is 10 feet (2.5 m), the Termination
Box must be mounted within the vicinity of the Surveyor1000.
The Termination Box provides a convenient adapter from the
RJ-45 connector to individual wires. After the cable is passed
through the Cable Fitting (ceiling-mounted Surveyor1000 only),
connect it to Termination Box’s jack.
Figure 26
Termination Box for Daisy Chained
Surveyor1000
1. Mount the Termination Box within the vicinity of the
Surveyor1000.
2. Remove the cover of the Termination Box and verify that
the pre-wired Terminal Block resembles Figure 26.
3. Disconnect the Common (VSSA) internal wire from the
terminal connection to prevent electrical ground loops in the
wiring. Tuck the terminal behind the remaining wires to
prevent it from touching other terminals.
4. Feed the Control Cable from the Control Unit (CPU) or
previous Surveyor1000 into one of the sides of the
Termination Box and connect each wire to the appropriate
screws.
5. Feed the remaining Control Cable from the next sequential
Surveyor1000 into the opposite side of the Termination Box
and connect each wire to the appropriate screws.
6. Verify correct wiring and replace the Termination Box’s
cover.
7. Proceed to the Configuration Section of this manual for
information on setting the 3 Termination jumpers.
NOTE: Use only the supplied Vicon RJ-45 cable or shielded
equivalent.
When wiring several consecutive Surveyor1000s, follow the
previous steps for each Camera Dome. Refer to Figure 27 as a
general block diagram for the overall cabling of a typical Daisy
Chain.
Figure 27
Block Diagram - Daisy Chained
Surveyor1000s
This version of the Surveyor1000 incorporates RS-485 control
signals with tri-state logic levels. This essentially means that
any one Surveyor1000 set of control signals have a high
impedance state they can be switched to, making that
Surveyor1000 transparent to the control bus. This allows wiring
of the Camera Dome unit control signals in parallel, thus
forming the control bus. Refer to Figure 27.
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Wiring • 31
Using the Optional Alarm Kit
(S2000-ACL)
This optional Alarm Kit consists of a Termination
Box and RJ-45 Cable. It is used to assist in using
connector J2, an RJ-45 socket on the Power
Supply/Communication Board. Connector J2
provides access to the 4 alarm inputs. The RJ-45
Cable has one male end, which plugs directly into
connector J2, and color-coded open wires on the
other, which connect to the Termination Box. Since
the RJ-45 cable is 10 feet (2.5 m), the Termination
Box must be mounted within the vicinity of the
Surveyor1000. Use of this kit is similar to the
Accessory Kit.
The Termination Box provides a convenient
connection from open wires to open wires. After
the cable is passed through the Cable Fitting
(ceiling-mounted Surveyor1000 only), connect it to
Termination Box’s terminals.
Figure 28
Use of the Optional Alarm Kit
WIRE COLOR
WHITE/GREEN
GREEN
WHITE/ORANGE
BLUE
WHITE/BLUE
ORANGE
WHITE/BROWN
BROWN
PIN NUMBER
(in RJ-45 connector on
opposite end)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SIGNAL NAME
(alarms)
When the cover of the Termination Box is
removed, the pre-wired terminal block will
resemble Figure 28. Feed the Control Cable into
the side and connect each wire to the appropriate
screws. Use Table 1 to reference the proper colorto-signal code. Do the same with the cable from
the Surveyor1000. Figure 28 is shown wired for a
typical Surveyor1000 using ALARM 1 and ALARM
2.
ALARM 1
VSSA
ALARM 2
VSSA
ALARM 3
VSSA
ALARM 4
VSSA
Table 1
Alarm Signal Wire Color Code
32 • Wiring
XX100-00-01 Rev 202 Surveyor1000 Camera Dome System
CONNECTOR/PIN
NUMBER
CONNECTOR TYPE
CONNECTOR/PIN LABEL
BNC (female)
VIDEO (J1)
VIDEO
POWER (TB1)
H
N
J1
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB1-1
TB1-2
TB1-3
RJ-45
J2-1
J2-2
J2-3
J2-4
J2-5
J2-6
J2-7
J2-8
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB3-1
TB3-2
TB3-3
TB3-4
TB3-5
RJ-45
J3-1
J3-2
J3-3
J3-4
J3-5
J3-6
J3-7
J3-8
ALARM (J2)
ALARM1
VSSA
ALARM2
VSSA
ALARM3
VSSA
ALARM4
VSSA
COMM (TB3)
VSSA
RO+
CIROCI+
COMM/RELAY (J3)
CI+
RELAY NC
VSSA
ROCIRELAY C
RELAY NO
RO+
SIGNAL NAME
Video output
Hot
Neutral
No connection
Alarm input 1
Ground
Alarm input 2
Ground
Alarm input 3
Ground
Alarm input 4
Ground
Ground
Response out +
Command in Response out Command in +
Command in +
Relay, normally closed
Ground
Response out Command in Relay, common
Relay, normally open
Response out +
Table 2
Communication/Power Supply Board Connector Definitions
WARNING: Connectors TB3 and J3 contain the same control signals. Therefore, wire the control cable to
TB3 OR J3, not both, to avoid communication errors.
WARNING: If Vicoax mode is being used, DO NOT wire TB3 or J3 for control, as this will cause the
Camera Dome Program to lock up upon power-up.
XX100-00-01 Rev 202 Surveyor1000 Camera Dome System
Wiring • 33
NOTES
34 • Wiring
XX100-00-01 Rev 202 Surveyor1000 Camera Dome System
Configuration
The Surveyor1000 must be configured for its address, and mode, and termination setting when using RS-485
protocol. The address and mode are set using the two 8-position DIP Switch banks S1 and S2. It is necessary
to determine which communication mode, Camera/Lens Module type and Surveyor1000 address is required
prior to configuration. Configuration should be performed just prior to final assembly and installation. The
termination setting is configured using 3 jumpers. This termination setting does not apply to RS-422 mode.
Setting the DIP Switches
This section defines how to set DIP Switches 1 and 2 (S1 and S2) on the Communications/Power Supply PC
Board.
Refer to Figure 29 for DIP Switch location.
DIP Switch 1 (S1) is used to set the
address as explained later. DIP Switch 2
(S2) is used to set the mode functions.
Position 1 is the video mode setting, NTSC
(ON) or PAL (OFF). Position 2 is the
communication mode setting, Vicoax
mode (ON) or VPS/NOVA (OFF). Position
3 is the communication type setting,
SIMPLEX (ON) or HALF DUPLEX (OFF).
Position 4 is the protocol mode setting,
RS-485 (ON) or RS-422 (OFF). Each
switch is numbered from 1 to 8 and
marked to indicate the ON position.
Surveyor1000 will automatically detect the
system’s baud rate and will support 4800,
9600 and 19,200 kb/sec rates.
For RS-422/485 Mode:
Figure 29
DIP Switch Location
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. Set switches 1 - 8 on DIP Switch 1
(S1) to Surveyor1000’s address as
specified in Table 3. All addresses
between 0 and 255 are valid (address
0 is the same as camera number 256).
Set switch 1 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate video mode (PAL/OFF or NTSC/ON).
Set switch 2 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the OFF position (VPS/NOVA mode).
Set switch 3 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate communication mode (SIMPLEX or DUPLEX).
Set switch 4 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate communication protocol (RS-422 or RS-485).
NOTE: Switch 4 must be set to RS-485 protocol to enable daisy chain operation.
NOTE: All Surveyor1000s in a daisy chain must have unique addresses for proper operation.
For Vicoax Mode:
1. Set switch 1 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the appropriate video mode (PAL or NTSC).
2. Set switch 2 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to the ON position (Vicoax mode).
3. Set switches 3 and 4 on DIP Switch 2 (S2) to either position, as it does not affect Vicoax protocol
operation.
NOTE: DIP Switches labeled ON or CLOSED and OFF or OPEN have the same meaning.
XX100-00-01 Rev 202 Surveyor1000 Camera Dome System
Configuration • 35
DIP Switch 1 (S1) Address (NOVA/VPS Mode)
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2
SWITCHES
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7
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X
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101
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111
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118
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128
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130
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132
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158
159
160
161
162
163
164
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166
167
168
169
170
171
1
2
X
X
X
SWITCHES
3 4 5 6
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X
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8
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240
241
242
243
244
245
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248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
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2
X
X
X
X
SWITCHES
3 4 5 6
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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7
8
X
X
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Table 3
DIP Switch 1 (S1) Settings for Nova/VPS Mode
36 • Configuration
XX100-00-01 Rev 202 Surveyor1000 Camera Dome System
Setting the End-of-Line Jumpers JP1, JP2 & JP3 for RS-485 Protocol
Operation
This section defines setting the
End-of-Line Jumpers JP1, JP2
and JP3. The jumper sockets are
located on the underside of the
Communications/Power Supply
PC Board as shown in Figure 30.
If a single axial-leaded jumper is
found, proceed to the Alternate
Jumper Configuration sub-section.
Figure 30
End-of-Line Jumper Location
NOTE: DIP Switch 2 (S2) switch 4 must be set to the ON position for proper daisy chain operation. The Endof-Line jumpers do not affect RS-422 mode.
NOTE: 32 units maximum can be daisy chained. With the alternate jumper configuration, a maximum of 16
units can be daisy chained.
The 3 jumpers are included with each Surveyor1000. There are 2 possible configurations as follows:
Jumpers Installed: For one Camera Dome or the last in line of a daisy chain using RS-485 protocol only.
Jumpers Uninstalled: For all intermediate Camera Domes in a daisy chain using RS-485 protocol only.
1. Uninstall the Surveyor1000 to access the jumper sockets. Refer to the “Uninstalling the Surveyor1000”
section of this manual.
2. Install all 3 jumpers by pushing them over the 2 pins for each socket on a Surveyor1000 which is the only
unit in a daisy chain or the last in line of a daisy chain.
3. Reassemble the Surveyor1000 and proceed to the Operation section of this Manual for functional testing.
Refer to the “Installation” Section of this manual.
Alternate Jumper Configuration
If, when uninstalling a Surveyor1000, a single axial leaded jumper, labeled JP1 is found, follow the
proceeding steps to properly terminate the Surveyor1000 for daisy chaining in RS-485 mode.
For an intermediate (first or middle unit in the daisy chain) Surveyor1000, remove the jumper as follows:
1. Remove the Camera Drive from the Enclosure.
2. With the Drive hanging from the Safety Cord, locate jumper JP1. It is a soldered, axial leaded
component that resembles an 1/8 watt resistor. Cut one side of the jumper and lift it slightly.
3. Reassemble the Surveyor1000.
For a last Surveyor1000 in the chain, leave the jumper as is.
1. Set S2, switch 4, to the ON, or RS-485, position.
2. Set S1 to a unique address in the chain of Surveyor1000s.
XX100-00-01 Rev 202 Surveyor1000 Camera Dome System
Configuration • 37
NOTES
38 • Configuration
XX100-00-01 Rev 202 Surveyor1000 Camera Dome System
Uninstalling the Surveyor1000
The Surveyor1000 can be easily uninstalled by simply removing the Camera Dome from the Housing or the
Camera Drive from the Enclosure. The In-Ceiling Mount Model requires removal of the Camera Drive and the
Pendant models require removal of the Camera Dome Assembly. A Safety Cord is always available to safely
hang the Camera Drive or Camera Dome Assembly while installing or uninstalling.
CAUTION: Disable the AC power before attempting uninstallation of the Surveyor1000 to avoid injury to
the technician and damage to the unit.
For an In-Ceiling Installation
1. Gently pull down on the Lower
Dome’s outside edge, with two hands,
until all molded tabs snap out of place.
2. Loosen the 3 Captive Drive
Mechanism Screws from the Camera
Drive and lower it from the ceiling. It
will hang from the Safety Cord. Refer
to Figure 31.
Figure 31
In-Ceiling Mount Model Uninstallation
3. If it is necessary to completely remove
the Camera Drive, disconnect the
Safety Cord Clip and all cables.
For a Pendant Installation
1. (Outdoor Pendant model only) Loosen
the 4 Trim Ring Screws from the
Outdoor Lower Dome.
2. Gently pull down on the Lower
Dome’s outside edge, until it snaps
out of place.
3. Grasp the Housing
(Sunshield/Housing for the Outdoor
Pendant model) at the base with both
hands near the Housing Clips.
Squeeze the Housing Clips outward
until the Surveyor1000 is released.
Refer to Figure 32.
Figure 32
Pendant Version Uninstallation
4. Allow the Surveyor1000 to gently drop
down until it is supported by the
Safety Cord.
5. If it is necessary to completely remove the Surveyor1000, remove all cable connectors from the
Communication Power Supply Board and from the Cable Clamp.
6. Disconnect the Clip on the end of the Safety Cord from the Latch on the top of the Enclosure.
XX100-00-01 Rev 202 Surveyor1000 Camera Dome System
Uninstalling the Surveyor1000 • 39
NOTES
40 • Uninstalling the Surveyor1000
XX100-00-01 Rev 202 Surveyor1000 Camera Dome System
Operation
Following the complete installation and setup of the Surveyor1000, it is necessary to perform initial power-up
testing and verify proper operation. If the Surveyor1000 fails to power-up correctly, go to the Troubleshooting
sub-section of this section. When initial power-up has been completed and verified, Surveyor1000 can be
setup and operated in a normal fashion using a Vicon remote operator keypad, VPS/NOVA unit or through a
PC running ProTech software.
Initial Power-Up
1. Setup an appropriate monitor within the
vicinity of the Surveyor1000. Connect the
video out cable to the monitor. Power-on
the monitor and verify that no signal is
displayed.
2. Verify that the Surveyor1000 has been
installed, wired and configured in
accordance with this manual.
Figure 33
Power-Up Test Screen
3. Switch the AC power on to the
Surveyor1000. The monitor will display the
power-up test screen (Figure 33) for the
duration of its initial testing. This test
displays the status of the functions pan, tilt,
zoom, focus and the integrity of the
memory (NVRAM). If any test fails, “FAIL”
displays in place of “OK.”
4. Upon completion of these tests, the
Camera Drive moves slightly to find its
home position. It pans a few degrees and
returns to its original pan position, then tilts
a few degrees and finds its original tilt
position.
5. The Surveyor1000 then switches to the
opening screen (Figure 34). This screen
will display the Camera Dome Program
version, current date/time and some of the
current DIP switch settings. Upon
completion of homing, the Surveyor1000 is
ready to verify proper operation.
Figure 34
Opening Screen
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NOTE: The Camera Drive always returns to
the pan and tilt coordinates it was initially
powered-up with.
Operation • 41
Verifying Proper Operation
Set up a remote keypad via RS-422/485 or a NOVA/VPS CPU via RS-422/485 or Vicoax protocol to the
Surveyor1000. Power-on the control device and verify that it boots up. Set up the control device for operation
with the Surveyor1000 in accordance with its Installation and Operation Manual.
For a Vicon model V1300X-RVC or V1300X-DVC keypad connected directly to the Surveyor1000 or through
a CPU, use the following procedure to access Surveyor1000 programming:
1. Slide the keypad’s PGM-RUN switch to the
PGM position.
2. Press the PP ENTER key; the PRESET
LED displays a blinking 0.
3. Press the 9 and 4 numeric keys in that
order.
4. Press the PP ENTER key again. The
PRESET LED display remains with the
number 94 and the monitor displays the
Surveyor1000 Main Menu, as shown in
Figure 35.
Figure 35
Main Menu
5. Set up the Surveyor1000 as desired using
the remote keypad. Proper operation has
been verified.
Use of the Auto-Baud Detect Feature
Entering Preset 95 will start the Auto-Baud
Detect feature. It allows the Camera Dome to
detect a new baud rate from the host controller
without having to cycle AC power. This feature
is especially useful when the Camera Dome
will be set up remotely at one baud rate and
installed into a system having a different baud
rate. See Figure 36.
After configuration of Surveyor1000 is
complete, set the baud rate for the new host
system before powering down and
disconnecting as follows:
1. Slide the keypad’s PGM-RUN switch to the
PGM position.
Figure 36
Auto-Baud Detect Screen
42 • Operation
2. Press the PP ENTER key; the PRESET
LED displays a blinking 0.
3. Press the 9 and 5 numeric keys in that
order.
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4. Press the PP ENTER key again. The PRESET LED display remains with the number 95. The monitor will
display the power-up test screen (Figure 33) for the duration of its initial testing.
5. The Surveyor1000 then switches to the opening screen (Figure 34). This screen will display the Camera
Dome Program version, current date/time, the current address and a request to send communications to
baud detect. Move the joystick or press buttons to send commands and commence auto-baud detect.
Troubleshooting
If the Surveyor1000 does not power-up correctly, check the following:
⇒ Verify, with a voltmeter, that 22 to 34 VAC is measured across TB1, pins 1 and 2. If not, check the
integrity of the power wiring. If less than 22 VAC is measured, it is probable that the power cable length is
too long. Check the maximum usable cable distance for the voltage input as stated in Table 7 of the
Technical Information Section. If 22 to 34 VAC is measured, return the Surveyor1000 back to factory for
service in accordance with the Shipping Instructions Section of this manual.
⇒ If the last screen displays and does not disappear, the Surveyor1000 is not communicating with the
control device. Verify that the Surveyor1000 address is selected on the control device. Sometimes
moving the joystick can begin communication. If communication cannot be established, check the
integrity of the control signal wiring. If all wiring is correct, swap the Camera Drive and re-check. If the
new Camera Drive communicates, return the Surveyor1000 back to the factory for service in accordance
with the Shipping Instructions Section of this manual.
⇒ If the Surveyor1000 is intermittently operational or operating independently, it is possible that the
communications (control) wiring is incorrect. Re-check proper placement of the Control and Response
signals on the Terminal Block or RJ-45 Connector. Also, verify that S2, switch 3 is set for Half Duplex in a
Half Duplex wired Surveyor1000.
⇒ If the Surveyor1000 powers up but does not display any video, it is possible that there is a poor video
cable connection. Verify that BNC connectors are attached at the Camera Dome and monitor/CPU. In
addition, verify that the cable is not damaged. It is common for the cable to be stretched or squashed
somewhere along its run. If possible, check the output locally, with a portable monitor, at ths actual
Camera Dome site.
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Operation • 43
NOTES
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Maintenance
The Surveyor1000 requires no scheduled maintenance, however, the Lower Domes require occasional
cleaning. The Chrome and Gold Domes are referred to as Metallized type domes. The Clear and Smoked
Domes are referred to as Acrylic type domes. All domes require careful handling and occasional cleaning.
Care and Cleaning of Metallized Domes
1. Always handle the Lower Dome by the flange and avoid touching the inside surface, as acid in a
fingerprint can etch the internal coating. Use the recommended cleaning procedure in Step 4.
2. If dust or dirt accumulates in the Lower Dome's interior, remove it with clean, dry pressurized air.
3. If spots, streaks or stains appear on the interior, they can be removed by rinsing with clean water and
drying with clean, dry pressurized air. Do not rub the inner surface.
CAUTION: Rubbing the inner surface of Metallized Lower Domes can cause permanent scratches that
may render the dome unusable.
4. If cleaning of the inner surface is necessary, use a wick. Make a wick by rolling a section of soft
microwave-safe (aluminum free) paper towel into a tightly wound tube and tear it in half. Moisten the torn
edge of the wick with a solution of isopropyl alcohol and water. Hold the Lower Dome upside down and
gently wipe the inner surface from the inside to the outer edge. Use a new wick for each 2 passes over
the dome.
5. Clean the Lower Dome's exterior with any soft, nonabrasive cleaning cloth and a cleaning agent suitable
for acrylic plastic. Either liquid or spray cleaner (wax suitable for fine furniture) is acceptable.
Care and Cleaning of Smoked and Clear Acrylic Domes
1. Always handle the Lower Dome by the flange and avoid touching the inside surface.
2. If dust or dirt accumulates in the Lower Dome's interior, remove it with clean, dry pressurized air.
3. If spots, streaks or stains appear on the interior or exterior, they may be removed with a solution of
isopropyl alcohol and water using a soft microwave-safe (aluminum free) paper towel. Dry with clean, dry
pressurized air.
4. Scratches or surface blemishes on the interior or exterior may be removed with a nonabrasive wax using
a nonabrasive cleaning cloth. Either liquid or spray cleaner (wax suitable for fine furniture) is acceptable.
CAUTION: Excessive rubbing of the Lower Dome surface can cause permanent scratches that may
render the dome unusable.
5. Clean all surfaces with any soft, nonabrasive cleaning cloth and a cleaning agent suitable for acrylic
plastic.
Fuse Replacement
Two fuses (F1 and F2) are located on the Communication/Power Supply Board. When necessary, replace
them with the following Fuse values:
F1: 2AG, 1.6 amp, 250 volt, slo-blo
F2: 2AG, 2.5 amp, 250 volt, slo-blo
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Maintenance • 45
Battery Replacement
The Battery (BT1) is located on the Processor/Driver Board. When necessary, replace it with the following
type:
BT1: Model number CR1632, Lithium, 3 VDC, 125 mAh
It will be necessary to replace the battery when, upon power-up, the time is reset and the previous
programming configuration is reset to factory defaults. The battery is accessible on the Camera Drive
Mechanism from the side where the battery can be seen. Snap it out and replace with the fresh cell.
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Shipping Instructions
Use the following procedure when returning a unit to the factory:
1. Call or write Vicon for a Return Authorization (R.A.) at one of the locations listed below. Record the name
of the Vicon employee who issued the R.A.
Vicon Industries Inc.
89 Arkay Drive
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Phone: 516-952-CCTV (2288); Toll-Free: 1-800-645-9116; Fax: 516-951-CCTV (2288)
For service or returns from countries in Europe, contact:
Vicon Europe Ltd.
Brunel Way
Fareham, PO15 5TX
United Kingdom
Phone: 44/(0)1489/566300; Fax: 44/(0)1489/566322
2.
Attach a sheet of paper to the unit with the following information:
a.
Name and address of the company returning the unit
b.
Name of the Vicon employee who issued the R.A.
c.
R. A. number
d.
Brief description of the installation
e.
Complete description of the problem and circumstances under which it occurs
f.
Unit’s original date of purchase, if still under warranty
3. Pack the unit carefully. Use the original shipping carton or its equivalent for maximum protection.
Mark the R.A. number on the outside of the carton on the shipping label.
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Shipping Instructions • 47
NOTES
48 • Shipping Instructions
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Coaxial Cable Recommendations
Coaxial cables used to route video signals to and from the unit must meet the video recommendations in this section.
Caution: Careful selection of the proper cable is essential to obtain the best performance from this
equipment. Vicon assumes no responsibility for poor performance when cables other than those
recommended are installed. In all cases, coaxial cable impedance should be 75 ohms.
Materials
Use only cable with a pure copper center conductor. Do not use cable with either a copper-plated steel or an aluminum
center conductor because these do not transfer signals effectively in the frequency range used in CCTV networks. A
center conductor with low DC resistance is required for effective CCTV operation. Solid-core bare copper conductor is
best suited to video applications, except where flexing occurs. If the coaxial cable will be subjected to flexing during
normal use, select a cable with a stranded center conductor. The preferred dielectric material is cellular (foam)
polyethylene. It has better electrical characteristics than solid polyethylene, but is more vulnerable to moisture. Therefore,
use only solid polyethylene dielectric cable with a heavy exterior insulation in applications subject to moisture. The shield
must be copper braid providing 95% or better coverage.
Cable Types
The most commonly used cable types are RG-59/U and RG-11/U. Each is actually a family of cables with widely varying
electrical characteristics, some of which are not suitable for CCTV applications. Choose a cable type by referring to the
characteristics and maximum distances listed below. The maximum distance for best picture refers to the distance
between the camera and the unit The characteristics of the cables in this table should be used as a guideline when cables
other than Belden are used. Materials and construction must follow the guidelines above. Note that “BC” refers to bare
copper and “TC” refers to tinned copper.
Cable
Type
Recommended Coaxial Cable Types
West Penn
Type Center
Type Shield and
Type No.
Conductor
% Coverage
Belden
Type No.
Alpha
Type No.
RG-11/U
RG-6/U
8213
9248
9847
9804C
811,4811
806,4806
14 Solid BC
18 Solid BC
RG-59/U
RG-59/U
RG-59/U
8281
9259
9659
9803
-------
815
816
----
20 Solid BC
22 Stranded BC
22 Stranded BC
BC braid (95%)
Foil + 61% TC
braid (100%)
2 TC braids (96%)
BC braid (95%)
BC braid (95%)
DC Resistance
ohms per 1000
feet (km)
2.6 (8.5)
7.5 (24.6)
9.9 (32.5)
15.0 (49)
15.0 (49)
Picture Quality vs. Cable Length
Picture Quality
Maximum Cable Run* ft (m)
RG-59/U
RG-6/U
RG-11/U
Usable picture
1100 (350)
1500 (450)
2400 (750)
Clean picture
820 (250)
1000 (300)
1600 (500)
Best picture
400 (120)
530 (160)
820 (250)
* Longer cable runs may produce a dim, faint picture. Use a Vicon Video Amplifier to obtain a usable
picture for long cable runs.
Usable Vicoax signal.
Usable Vicoax Signal vs. Cable Length
Maximum Cable Length ft (m)
RG-59/U
RG-6/U
RG-11/U
1500 (450)
1500 (450)
5000 (1525)
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Coaxial Cable Recommendations • 49
Twisted-Pair Cable
CAUTION: Careful selection of the proper cable is essential to obtain the best performance from this
equipment. Vicon assumes no responsibility for poor performance when cables other than
those recommended are installed.
Materials
Use a pure copper stranded conductor with or without a tin plating to obtain a low DC resistance. Do not use cable with
either a steel or an aluminum stranded conductor because these do not transfer signals effectively for long distances. The
preferred insulation and cable jacket is Polyvinyl chloride (PVC). It has better electrical characteristics than polyethylene
and resists flames, sunlight and most solvents, but is more vulnerable to moisture.
Cable Types
The most commonly used cable types are dual individually-shielded, twisted pair in a single jacket. This configuration is
the most convenient for RS-422/ RS485 applications. Single twisted pair is also a suitable cable.
Choose a Belden cable type by referring to the characteristics and maximum distances listed below. The maximum
distance for the most reliable digital control refers to the distance between the CPU/Keypad and the Camera Dome
Assembly. The characteristics of the cables in Table 6 should be used as a guideline when cables other than Belden are
used. Materials and construction must follow the guidelines above.
CABLE
TYPE
Belden 9406
Belden 9402
Belden 8723
Belden 8162
Belden 9729
Belden 9182
WIRE SIZE
(AWG)
22
20
22
24
24
22
INSULATION
MATERIAL
PVC
PVC
Polypropylene
Datalene¹
Datalene¹
Datalene¹
JACKET
MATERIAL
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
DISTANCE ft (m)
max.
5000 (1500)
5000 (1500)
8000 (2400)
15000 (4600)
15000 (4600)
25000 (7600)
NUMBER OF
TWISTED PAIRS
2
2
2
2
2
1
¹Datalene is a Registered Trademark of Belden.
Table 6
Recommended Individually-Shielded, Twisted-Pair Cable Types
1.0-inch Pipe Designation
The standard “1.0-inch pipe” referred to in this manual has actual dimensions of:
Outside diameter: 1.315 inches (33.4 mm).
Inside diameter: 1.049 inches (26.6 mm).
Wall thickness: 0.133 inches (3.38 mm) minimum (ANSI “standard” grade thickness).
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Technical Information
ELECTRICAL
Drive Type:
Electrical motorized pan and tilt, electronic control.
Camera Types:
Units available in color (NTSC/ PAL).
Input Voltage:
22 - 34 VAC.
Wire Size for Specified Cable Run Lengths:
See Table 7.
Wire Size (AWG) (Annealed
Copper Wire)
Distance: Indoor Unit, ft (m)
Distance: Outdoor Unit, ft (m)
24 VAC
28 VAC
24 VAC
20
115 (35)
285 (85)
53 (17)
28 VAC
140 (44)
18
180 (55)
445 (135)
87 (27)
220 (67)
16
285 (90)
710 (215)
134 (40)
360 (113)
14
12
460 (140)
1135 (345)
213 (67)
567 (173)
720 (220)
1770 (540)
333 (100)
887 (273)
Table 7
Applicable Wire Size
Current:
Indoor: 1.2 A nominal.
Outdoor: 2.0 A (heater included).
Power Consumption:
Indoor: 28.8 W nominal.
Outdoor: 48.0 W nominal (heater included).
Heat Equivalent:
Indoor: 1.6 btu/min (0.4 cal/min).
Outdoor: 2.7 btu/min (0.6 cal/min).
Note: These figures represent the conversion of 100% of the electrical energy to heat. Actual percentage of
the heat generated will be less and will vary from product to product. These figures are provided as an
aid in determining the extent of cooling required for an installation.
Program Memory Type:
Connectors Types:
Field re-programmable flash type memory.
Video:
BNC-F.
Power:
Removable screw Terminal Block (TB1), 3 position.
Control Input/Output: Removable screw Terminal Block (TB3), 5 position or RJ-45
(J3) connector.
Relay Output:
RJ-45 (J3) connector.
Alarm Input:
RJ-45 (J2) connector.
Video Output Impedance:
75 ohms.
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Technical Information • 51
Fuse:
F1: 2AG, 1.6 A 250 VAC, slo-blo.
F2: 2AG, 2.5 A 250 VAC, slo-blo.
Safety Standard:
UL 2204 and CSA C22.2, No. 1
Radio Frequency Emission Rating:
FCC Class A.
OPERATIONAL
Pan Speed:
Variable, 0.25 - 250°/ sec.
Autopan Speed:
Variable, 3 - 45°/ sec.
Tilt Speed:
Variable, 0.25 - 110°/ sec.
Zoom Speed:
Variable, 0 - 200°/ sec.
Focus Speed:
Less than 1.8 sec from end to end.
Preset Capabilities:
79 individual programmable preset positions.
Tour Capabilities:
4 tours available with 32 programmable events per tour.
Events may be preset positions, alarm acknowledgement,
alarm or preset dwell times, auxiliary function activation,
calling autotours, tour repeat or chaining tours.
Preset Solving Speed:
1 second nominal.
Preset Repeatability:
0.3° maximum.
Alarm Capabilities:
4 alarm inputs.
Individual input enable/disable.
Alarm report to CPU enable/disable.
Active level definition (high/low).
Alarm acknowledge definition (manual or automatic) with
programmable dwell time.
Alarm action definition (preset solve, aux on/off, tour or no
action).
Alarm titling.
Relay Capabilities:
1 relay output.
Power-on state definition (on/off).
Output type definition (momentary or latching).
Relay function status titling.
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Control Hardware:
Vicon’s NOVA V1422 Matrix Switcher, V1300, V1344 and
V1466 series NOVA CPUs, V1400-DVC System Console
and V1300X-DVC desktop keypad or V1300-RVC rackmounted keypad.
Control Software:
Vicon’s ProTech software (or compatible) run on a standard
PC-type computer with an RS-422/485 half duplex protocol
interface. Also, Vicon's Surveyor2000 Direct Control
software.
Control Format:
RS-422 or RS-485 protocol selectable via DIP switch 2.
Communication is simplex or half duplex operation at 4800,
9600 or 19,200 baud or Vicon’s enhanced Vicoax protocol
(superimposed data on composite video signal)
automatically detected upon power-up. RS-485 protocol
utilizes full tri-state outputs for daisy chain capability.
Control Display:
On-screen, menu-driven system allowing full configuration of
the Surveyor1000.
Screen Titling Capabilities:
Programmable for Camera, Preset, Sector and Alarms.
Fixed for Relay function and lens status.
(Camera: 1 for each).
(Preset: 79 maximum).
(Alarm: 4 maximum).
Individual type enable/disable.
20 characters maximum.
Selectable position.
MECHANICAL
Application:
Indoor or outdoor.
Mounting:
In-Ceiling or Indoor/Outdoor Pendant Model. See Table 8.
Housing Types:
Indoor Pendant Model Housing and Outdoor Sunshield.
Pendant Mount Size/Thread:
Standard 1.0-inch NPT Pipe thread or metric equivalent.
Outer Dome Types:
Units available for Indoor or Outdoor Pendant mounts and in
a variety of colors.
Dimensions:
See Table 9 and Figure 37.
Weight:
Indoor Ceiling: 4.5 lb (2.0 kg).
Indoor Pendant: 5.7 lb (2.6 kg).
Outdoor Pendant: 6.5 lb (2.9 kg).
Construction:
Plastic, aluminum and steel.
Color:
Off white Housing and Sunshield.
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Technical Information • 53
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature Range:
Indoor Units: 35 to 122°F (2 to 50°C).
Outdoor Units: -40 to 122°F (-40 to 50°C).
Operating Humidity Range:
Indoor Units: Up to 90% relative, noncondensing.
Outdoor Units: 100% relative.
Storage Temperature Range:
-40° to 150° F (-40° to 65° C).
Storage Humidity Range:
Up to 90% relative, noncondensing.
Ingress Protection:
EN60529, IP 56 rated, Outdoor Pendant model.
Wind Load:
Outdoor versions: 110 mph maximum, independent of
mounting conditions.
MODEL NUMBER PRODUCT ENVIRONMENT
CODE
S1000-IC
S1000-IC-C
S1000-PEN
S1000-PEN-C
S1000-ENV
S1000-ENV-C
7858-00
7858-01
7859-00
7859-01
7860-00
7860-01
CAMERA TYPE/
FORMAT
Indoor
Indoor
Indoor
Indoor
Outdoor
Outdoor
Color/NTSC
Color/PAL
Color/NTSC
Color/PAL
Color/NTSC
Color/PAL
MOUNT OPTICAL ZOOM/ LOWER DOME
TYPE
TOTAL ZOOM
TYPE
Ceiling
Ceiling
Pendant
Pendant
Pendant
Pendant
18x/216x
18x/216x
18x/216x
18x/216x
18x/216x
18x/216x
(not included)
(not included)
(not included)
(not included)
Clear
Clear
Table 8
Model Descriptions
MOUNTING TYPE
TOTAL diameter
(in/mm)
In-Ceiling
Indoor Pendant
Outdoor Pendant
7.1 (180)
8.0 (203)
9.0 (228)
LOWER DOME
diameter
(in/mm)
5.9 (150)
5.9 (150)
5.9 (150)
TOTAL height
(in/mm)
8.8 (223)
9.4 (239)
9.3 (236)
Table 9
Dimensions
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Figure 37
Dimensions
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Technical Information • 55
Vicon Industries Inc.
Corporate Headquarters
89 Arkay Drive
Hauppauge, New York 11788
631-952-CCTV (2288) 800-645-9116
Fax: 631-951-CCTV (2288)
✆Infofax: 800-287-1207
Vicon Europe
Headquarters
Brunel Way
Fareham, PO15 5TX
United Kingdom
44/(0) 1489/566300
Fax: 44/(0) 1489/566322
Brussels Office
Planet II - Unit E
Leuvensesteenweg 542
B-1930 Zaventem
Belgium
322 712 8780
Fax: 322 712 8781
Far East Office
Unit 5, 17/F, Metropole Square
8 On Yiu Street, Shatin
New Territories,
Hong Kong
(852) 2145-7118
Fax: (852) 2145-7117
Internet Address: www.vicon-cctv.com
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