Installation Instructions
BDR-510/2 & BDR-514/2
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Telemetry Receivers
Installation Instructions
Introduction
The Telemetry Receiver forms the receiver end of a digital remote control system. A digital
remote control system is used to control camera functions such as pan, tilt, zoom, focus and
iris, light on/off and open/close gates etc..
The digital remote control system has the advantage of long transmission distance and low
cable installation cost due to the fact that a standard 2 x 0.6 mm twisted pair cable may be
used for the control of all functions.
The Telemetry Receivers BDR-510/2 and BDR-514/2 is designed with special attention to
transmission safety and stability.
The BDR-510/2 and BDR-514/2 are addressable, which means that up to 64 units can be
controlled via one twisted pair line.
The BDR-510/2 and BDR-514/2 are delivered as self-contained units with a mains
change-over switch for selection between 230 VAC and 115 VAC mains voltage.
The BDR-510/2 and BDR-514/2 is housed in an IP65 rated ABS-box and can be used in
connection with SYSTEM 500M and SYSTEM 1000M. Besides the BDR-510/2 and BDR-514/2
can be controlled and programmed directly from the keyboards 1500M, 1501M, 1502M,
1503M and 1504M.
RS485 data format
The BDR-510/2 and BDR-514/2 are controlled via the ERNA protocol (Ernitec Asynchronous
Serial One-way Camera Control).
The ERNA protocol can be generated from a PC, which means that camera control can be
made via the PC's RS-232-C port.
The format of this protocol is as follows (Version 2.0, Release 961016):
Physical format:
Baud rate: 2400
Parity Bit: None
Data Bit: 8
Stop Bit: 1
Frame format:
Header
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Address
Command
Data 1
Data 2
Checksum
STX
0-255
1-17
0-255
0-255
Sum of previous bytes
02 Hex
255=Broadcast
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Commands:
Command
Function
Data 1
Description
Data 2
0-255
1
Relays
0-255
Bit 0 Pan right
1 Pan left
2 Tilt up
3 Tilt down
4 Zoom wide
5 Zoom tele
6 Focus near
7 Focus far
2
Call preposition
1-128
Prepos number
3
Start Sequence prepos
4
Description
CS Type
Bit 0 Iris open
1 Iris close
2 AUX1
3 AUX2
4 AUX3
5 AUX4
6 AUX5
7 AUX6
ALL
----
Not used
Not BDR-51x
0
----
Not used
Not BDR-51x
Text on/off
0
----
Not used
BDR-55x
5
Save prepos
1-128
Prepos number
----
Not used
Not BDR-51x
6
Insert prepos in stack
1-128
Prepos number
----
Not used
Not BDR-51x
7
Delete prepos from stack
1-128
Prepos number
----
Not used
Not BDR-51x
8
Clear seq. stack
0
----
Not used
Not BDR-51x
9
Show seq. stack
0
----
Not used
BDR-55x
10
Latch AUX
0-255
----
Not used
BDR-55x
----
Not used
Not BDR-51x
10*1sec time-out
Not BDR-51x
and Saturn.
0=Off 1=On
Not BDR-51x
Tilt Speed
Not BDR-51x
Bit 2 AUX1
3 AUX 2
4 AUX 3
5 AUX 4
6 AUX 5
7 AUX 6
Low=Latch
High=No latch
11
Sequence dwell time
0-255
Seconds
12
Homepos
0-255
Prepos number
0=Disabled
13
AUX on/ off
1-8
Relay number
14
PT Speed
15
Auto-paning
16
Camera Set-up
0-255
0-255
0-1
Pan Speed
0-255
1
Speed
0-255
2
Limits
1/2
3
Start
0
1
Mode
0-255
Bit 0 Gain Ctrl. remote.
1 White bal. remote.
2 Contour corr. remote.
3 Shutter speed remote.
4 Gain auto.
5 White val. auto.
2
Gain control.
0-255
0=low 255=high
3
White balance.
0-255
0=Warm 255=Cold
4
Contour corr.
0-255
0=Sharp 255=Soft
5
Shutter speed
0-255
0=Fast 255=Slow
6
Background comp.
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BDR-575/ICU
ICU
Not used
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Command
17
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Function
Alarms
Data 1
Description
Data 2
Description
1
Configuration
0-255
Bit 0 Alarm 1
0=NC 1=NO
1 Alarm 2
0=NC 1=NO
2 Alarm 1 relay
0=Off 1=On
3 Alarm 2
0=Off 1=On
4 Alarm 1 priority
0=Low 1=High
5 Alarm 2
0=Low 1=High
6 Alarm 1
0=Disable 1=Enable
7 ALarm 2
0=Disable
1=Enable
3
Alarm 1 Set-up
0-255
Bit 0-5 Preposition
6 Relay 1
0=Disable 1=Enable
7 Relay 2
0=Disable 1=Enable
2
Alarm 2 Set-up
0-255
Bit 0-5 Preposition
6 Relay 1
0=Disable 1=Enable
7 Relay 2
0=Disable 1=Enable
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Installation
Box Installation
Choose a plane surface to prevent the box from being twisted and thereby becoming leaky
while mounted. When mounted outdoor the box should be oriented with the cable glands
pointing downwards. Screws and wall plugs are supplied in the mounting kit. Drilling
dimensions are shown on figure 2.
Mains installation
The BDR-510/2 or BDR-514/2 should be mounted at a suitable location close to the video
camera where mains are available. The BDR-510/2 and the BDR-514/2 can be supplied with
either 115 VAC or 230 VAC mains voltage. The mains voltage is selected by the mains
voltage change-over switch, refer to figure 2.
The BDR-510/2 or BDR-514/2 must be used with a 3-wire mains connection (2W+PE @ min.
0,75mm2).
Details on the mains supply can also be found on a label fitted inside the lid of the BDR-510/2
and BDR514/2.
Terminals marked with hazardous live symbol requires installation by an instructed person.
If permanently connected to mains, a readily accessible disconnect device shall be
incorporated in the building installation wiring.
If pluggable connection to mains, the socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and
shall be easily accessible .
Cable connections
It is of utmost importance that all cable connections are carried out, exactly as described, in
order to avoid malfunction or damage to the Telemetry Receiver or the connected
equipment.
All cables to and from the Telemetry Receiver are fed through the cable glands. Choose an
appropriate size gland for the actual cable and tighten the glands when all cables are
connected. The choice of cable is important to the optimal function of the Telemetry
Receiver.
3
1
2
7
4
5
8
6
Figure 1, Cable glands layout
The following table shows how the cable glands are intended to be used:
No.
Size
Description
1 PG 13.5
Mains input cable
2 PG 13.5
Pan/Tilt connection cable
3 PG9
Mains output cable
4 PG 11
Auxiliary 1 connection cable
5 PG 11
Auxiliary 2 connection cable
6 PG 11
Zoom lens control cable
7 PG 9
RS485 input cable
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8 PG 9
RS485 output cable
CE/Safety
All electronic equipment can emit or be sensitive to induced electromagnetic noise, which
can be conducted by the connected wires or transmitted as electromagnetic fields.
Electromagnetic noise can cause malfunction or damage to the equipment.
The Series BDR-510/2 - BDR-514/2 are tested to, and fulfils, the following EMC standards:
EN 50081-1 (Emission)
EN 50130-4 (Immunity)
These standards covers equipment placed in an industrial environment.
The Series BDR-510/2 - BDR-514/2 fulfils the following safety standard:
IEC 60950
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BDR-510/2 - BDR-514/2 Layout
The BDR-510/2 and BDR-514/2 have been designed for easy installation and set-up. Figure 2
shows the layout of the Telemetry Receiver.
Drilling dimensions: 228 mm
11
10
9
8
130 mm
7
12
13
3
1
4
5
6
2
Figure 2, BDR-510/2-BDR-514/2 Layout
Description
No.
BDR-510/2
BDR-514/2
1 Mains input with functional earth (115/230VAC)
2 'Cable Anchoring Fingers'. Use Cable Ties to secure high voltage cables to the PCB.
3 Pan/Tilt output (115/230VAC)
Auxiliary connection AUX 3-6 (115/230VAC)
4 Auxiliary connection AUX 1 & 2 - Potential free relay contacts.
5 Lens drive outputs (6/12VDC)
6 RS485 Camera control input/output
7 RS485 error detection:
The red LED should always be OFF.
If the red LED is constantly ON, the polarity of the RS485 data input(6) may be wrong (± swapped).
If the red LED flashes, corrupt RS485 data is received, or the RS485 baud rate is wrong (should be 2400bps).
8 RS485 data detection:
The green LED flashes when RS485 data is received, and is solid when no data is received.
If the green LED is OFF, the polarity of the RS485 data input(6) may be wrong (± swapped).
9 Address switch
10 6 or 12VDC lens drive voltage selection
11 Power on indication
12 Fuse for Pan/Tilt
Fuse for AUX 3-6
13 Mains voltage selection switch 115/230 VAC
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Mains connection
In order to fulfil the safety standard (IEC 60950), the mains cable must be routed via the
provided cable clip inside the BDR-510/2 box. Figure 2a, shows how the mains cable should
be routed.
Cable clip
Mains cable
Mains cable
Mains terminal block
Figure 2a, mains cable clip
Connect the mains lead to the terminal block X1. Refer to figure 3.
Make sure that the Mains Selection switch (S2) is set to match the local mains supply
(115VAC or 230VAC).
Mains LIVE
Mains NEUTRAL (Blue)
Mains EARTH (Yellow/Green)
Figure 3, Mains connection
Make sure that each terminal is connected to the corresponding terminal of the mains outlet
(i.e. Phase to Phase, Neutral to Neutral and Earth to Earth). Otherwise malfunction or even
damage to the Telemetry Receiver will occur.
For specification of mains, refer to Specifications at the end of these instructions.
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Pan/Tilt connection (Only BDR-510/2)
A high voltage Pan/Tilt is connected to the terminal block X2. Refer to figure 4.
Tilt Up (3)
Tilt Down (4)
Pan Left (1)
Pan Right (2)
LIVE (5 - Heater)
NEUTRAL (6)
Earth (7)
Figure 4, Pan/Tilt connection
The numbers in () indicates the pin number of the MPT-1/10 Pan/Tilt. For further information,
refer to the Pan/Tilt Installation Instructions.
When using high voltage Pan/Tilt always connect the EARTH wire.
Auxiliary connection
The auxiliary functions connected to terminal X3 and X4, allows control of mains supplied
equipment, or equipment supplied with an external voltage, like 24 VDC. Refer to
Specifications for maximum load of the relay contacts.
External Load
Voltage input
Figure 5, Connection of external supplied Auxiliary Equipment
Be careful not to exceed the maximum rating of the relays, refer to Specifications for
maximum load of the relay contacts.
Auxiliary connection AUX 3-6 (only BDR-514/2)
The pan/tilt relays are used as auxiliary relay contacts. The PR relay is activated by the AUX 3
function, PL by AUX 4, TD by AUX 5 and TU by AUX 6.
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Motorised Lens connection
The Motorised lens is connected to terminal X5, see figure 7
Iris Close
Iris Open
Focus Far (Black)
Focus Near (Green)
Zoom Tele (Yellow)
Zoom Wide (Red)
Figure 7, Connection of motorised lens
The colours in () indicates the colour codes used on the Ernitec Series Q, Motorised Zoom
lenses.
RS485 Camera control input connection
The RS485 signal is connected to terminal X6, refer to figure 8.
It is important that the polarity of the connection is correct, otherwise it will not be possible
to get control.
Note, the RS485 input is galvanic separated from the rest of the circuit in order to avoid
ground loop problems.
DO NOT CONNECT THE SCREEN FROM THE CABLE TO THE TELEMETRY RECEIVER
EARTH/GROUND.
RS485 Camera control output connection
The RS485 output signal is connected to terminal X6, refer to figure 8. In case of power
failure the RS485 signal will be routed to the next Telemetry Receiver via a by-pass relay.
RS485 input
RS485 output
Figure 8, RS485 Camera control input and output
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Adjustment and Settings
The BDR-510/2 series has been designed for easy installation and set-up. All settings is made
via switches or jumpers. Figure 9 shows where the different switches and jumpers are
located:
1
2
TP4
TP5
TP2
TP3
O
1
S1
S3
6V
Software
N
12V
ERROR SYNC
TP1
Figure 9, Jumper and switch layout.
Address settings (1)
With the BDR-510/2 series it is possible to address up to 64 units on one twisted pair line:
Switch S1
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
Address number "0"
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Address number "1"
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Address number "2"
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Address number "3"
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Address number "4"
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
Address number "5"
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Address number "6"
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Address number "7"
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Address number "8"
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Address number "9"
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
Address number "10"
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Address number "11"
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
Address number "12"
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Address number "13"
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
Address number "14"
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Address number "15"
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Address number "16"
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
Address number "17"
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Address number "18"
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
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Address number "19"
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Address number "20"
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
Address number "21"
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Address number "22"
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Address number "23"
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Address number "24"
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Address number "25"
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
Address number "26"
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Address number "27"
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
Address number "28"
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Address number "29"
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
Address number "30"
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Address number "31"
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Address number "62"
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Address number "63"
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
.....use binary code to calculate
12 V or 6V Lens voltage (2)
The voltage to the motorised zoom lens can be set with Jumper S3.
v Jumper on Pin 1 and 2 = 12 VDC
v Jumper on Pin 2 and 3 = 6 VDC
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Specifications
Specifications
Description
Parameter
Inputs
RS485 (ERNA)
Outputs
RS485 (ERNA)
Min.
Typ
Max. Unit
2,5
12
6
Lens Voltage
6
Vpp
VDC
Lens Current
150
mA
Pan/tilt Voltage
250
VAC
Pan/tilt Current, total consumption
2
250
24
AUX 1 - AUX 2, max. current
General
Vpp
12
AUX 1 - AUX 2 voltage
Note
5
A
per function.
total, fused.
VAC
VDC
A
NOT fused.
Mains input 115VAC
104
115
126
VAC
115/230VAC
selectable
Mains input 230VAC
207
230
253
VAC
115/230VAC
selectable
Mains frequency
45
60
Hz
Current consumption (@115VAC)
75
mA
Current consumption (@230VAC)
40
mA
55
ºC
95
%
Temperature range
-15
Relative humidity
EMC/EMI
EN 50081-1
EN 50130-4
Safety
IEC 60950
Enclosure
IP 65
Dimensions (excl. cable glands)
Weight
Non-condensing
ABS box.
250 x 160 x 90
mm
1,2
Kg
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