Bosch MIC412 Specifications

MIC412 Dual Optical / Thermal
PTZ Camera
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MIC 412 Dual Optical / Thermal PTZ Camera
Installation and Operation Manual
For the MIC412TI and MIC412TF PTZ camera models
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Configuring the MIC412 Camera
Technical Specifications
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Introduction.............................................................. 1-6
MIC412 PTZ Camera...........................................................................
MIC412 Versions and Options.............................................................
MIC412 Power Supply Option Versions and Options..........................
Features...............................................................................................
Unpacking............................................................................................
Package Contents................................................................................
Installation Environment.......................................................................
Associated Equipment and typical installations....................................
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Hardware Installation............................................... 2-12
Installation Instructions.........................................................................
Earthing Instructions.............................................................................
Lightning Protection..............................................................................
Electrical Connections..........................................................................
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Comms................................................................................................
Sonyset...............................................................................................
MIC Programmer.................................................................................
Help.....................................................................................................
MIC412 Preset Codes for the Thermal Imager…………………………
Technical Specifications…………………………….……………………
Dimension Drawings……………………………………………………...
Appendix A.........................................................................................
Appendix B…………………………………………………………………
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Configuring the MIC412 Camera............................. 4-19
Connecting the MIC412 to a PC.........................................................
Connecting the Greenwich Adaptor....................................................
Connecting the K2 ADE Adaptor........................................................
Connecting the MIC-USB485Converter..............................................
MIC-USB495CVTR and Universal Camset Software Installation…….
Commissioning the MIC412 via Universal Camset.............................
Standard Controls...............................................................................
MIC Setups.........................................................................................
Privacy and Captions..........................................................................
Thermal...............................................................................................
Advanced Settings..............................................................................
POT Test.............................................................................................
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Technical Specifications......................................... 5-49
Power Supply Installation and Camera Setup…...... 3-14
MIC-240THERMALPSU and MIC-115THERMALPSU….…..…………
PCB Earth Link………..........................................................................
Power Supply layout and connections.................................................
Fuse Ratings…………………………………………..............................
Installation Instructions…………………………………………………….
Commissioning the MIC412 Heater option................…..….…………..
Fitting the optional Sunshield....................……………………………...
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Safety Precautions
The following symbols are used throughout this manual please pay careful
attention to their meaning.
WARNING
INSTALL EXTERNAL INTERCONNECTING CABLES IN
ACCORDANCE TO NEC, ANSI/NFPA70 (FOR US
APPLICATION) AND CANADIAN ELECTRICAL CODE,
PART I, CSA C22.1 (FOR CAN APPLICATION) AND IN
ACCORDANCE TO LOCAL COUNTRY CODES FOR ALL
OTHER COUNTRIES.
BRANCH CIRCUIT PROTECTION INCORPORATING A
20 A, 2-POLE LISTED CIRCUIT BREAKER OR BRANCH
RATED FUSES ARE REQUIRED AS PART OF THE
BUILDING INSTALLATION.
A READILY ACCESSIBLE 2-POLE DISCONNECT DEVICE
WITH A CONTACT SEPARATION OF AT LEAST 3 mm
MUST BE INCORPORATED.
ROUTING OF EXTERNAL WIRING MUST BE DONE
THROUGH A PERMANENTLY EARTHED METAL CONDUIT.
The lightning flash with an arrowhead symbol within a triangle
is intended to alert the user to the presence of non-insulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may
be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock
to persons.
The exclamation point within a triangle is intended to alert the
user to the presence of important safety, operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
Important Safety Instructions
CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
DISCONNECT POWER SUPPLY BEFORE OPENING THE
POWER SUPPLY UNIT.
POWER DISCONNECT: POWER SUPPLY UNITS HAVE
POWER SUPPLIED WHENEVER THE POWER CORD IS
INSERTED INTO THE POWER SOURCE.
WARNING
THE CAMERA MUST BE MOUNTED DIRECTLY AND
PERMANENTLY TO A NON-COMBUSTIBLE SURFACE.
WARNING
INSTALLATION SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT BY QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL
ELECTRIC CODE, ANSI/NFPA, CANADIAN ELECTRICAL
CODE, AND ALL LOCAL COUNTRY CODES.
BOSCH SECURITY SYSTEMS ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY
FOR ANY DAMAGES OR LOSSES CAUSED DUE TO
INCORRECT OR IMPROPER INSTALLATION.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Read these instructions
Keep these instructions
Heed all warnings
Follow all instructions
Install according to manufacturer’s instructions
Do not install near any strong heat sources such as furnaces
Do not open the camera unit, doing so invalidates the unit’s warranty
Do not back-drive the pan or tilt axis of the camera. To do so will damage
the motor drive gear chain and will invalidate the warranty
Do not use caustic or abrasive cleaning products on the unit
Do not point the MIC412 camera at the sun. Bosch Security Systems Ltd
will not be liable for any damages to cameras which have been directly
pointed at the sun
In situations where there could be a risk of injury should any part of the
assembly become detached for any reason and fall, normal common
sense safety precautions should be employed; a strong safety chain
between the camera pan shaft and the mounting surface is recommended
For transportation please rotate the ball so the window points towards the
base, this helps to protect the wiper & windows during transit
Ensure that the product case is properly earthed. If the product is likely to
be struck by lightning, ensure that earth-bonding connections are made
correctly to the mounting base of the unit
Use only the power sources indicated in this user guide and ensure that
the current rating of the supply cable is adequate for the product
Do not stand canted (45°) MIC412’s upright as they can be easily knocked
over, lay them on their side.
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This product complies with the following EC directives:EMC Directive (89/336/EC as amended)
Machinery Directive (98/37/EC)
LV Directive (73/23/EC)
RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) 2002/95/EC
Reference
Glossary of Terms
PTZ
Bi-phase
PSU
IR
BP3 or 4
STP
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Pan/Tilt/Zoom
Bosch Bi-phase telemetry protocol (see pg8)
Power Supply Unit
Infra Red
Bi-phase converter cards for MIC400 range of cameras
Shielded Twisted Pair cable
WEEE (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) 2002/96/EC
This equipment contains electrical or electronic components
that must be recycled properly to comply with Directive
2002/96/EC of the European Union regarding the disposal of
waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). Contact
your local supplier for procedures for recycling this equipment.
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Glossary of Appendices
Appendix A
Appendix B
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Introduction
The MIC412 Dual Optical/Thermal PTZ camera is a high specification,
weatherproof, ruggedized, fully functional pan tilt zoom CCTV camera system
incorporating a Sony optical camera module paired with a Flir Photon thermal
imager. This combination allows for the covert detection of human sized targets at
ranges up to 780M in complete darkness or to lesser ranges in adverse weather
conditions.
The MIC412 has been designed to offer an extremely reliable, robust and high
quality surveillance solution for security applications that demand the very best
performance. Precision engineered to exacting standards, the range offers
numerous benefits over the use of traditional dome and PTZ cameras and comes
with a variety of options in order to offer a best fit solution for virtually any
application.
Rated to an industry leading IP67, the compact vandal resistant 6mm thick
aluminium camera housing is suitable for installation in the harshest of
environments, while the optically perfect flat viewing window and integrated wiper
option ensure razor sharp images are captured in even the most demanding
conditions.
Brushless motor technology ensures ultra-reliable, whisper quiet operation while
groundbreaking resolver technology provides pin-point accuracy and affords the
user full 360° continuous rotation pan and an unprecedented 320° tilt control.
A choice of true day/night camera modules, offering up to 36x optical zoom (12x
digital), along with a choice of 9hz or 25hz* thermal imagers coupled with flexible
upright or inverted mounting capability, allows the perfect field of view to be
achieved every time even in poor conditions.
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MIC 412 Power Supply Unit Versions and Options
This manual covers the installation & operation of the following MIC 412TI and
MIC 412TF Dual optical thermal PTZ cameras, briefly described below:MIC 412TI
The MIC 412TI is made from machined and cast aluminium and is
then pre-treated and painted with two part epoxy power coat paint in either RAL
9003 (Signal White)or RAL9005 (Jet Black), other colours are available on
request.. This unit incorporates a choice of 18x or 36x Day/Night optical camera
paired with a 50mm 9Hz Flir Thermal Imager.
MIC41 2TF
The MIC 412TF camera is made to the same specification as the
MIC412TI but fitted with a 25Hz Flir Thermal Imager, the 18x and 36x Day/Night
optical camera choices remain.
CAUTION: Only use the specified power supplies with the
MIC 412.
Bosch Security Systems have designed a range of power supplies for the MIC412
cameras to cater for a variety of common voltages and provide all the connections
needed for power, telemetry and video. The power supply units and options are
detailed below. Refer to the MIC Series Power Supplies Installation Manual.
For MIC412 cameras only:MIC-240PSU-UL
240VAC input Power Supply Unit
MIC-115PSU-UL
115VAC input Power Supply Unit
MIC-24PSU-UL
24 VAC input Power Supply Unit
DANGER:. ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Ensure the power is disconnected prior to opening the power
supply enclosure. Power must be disconnected before
replacing any fuse in the MIC PSU.
The MIC power supplies have a separate internal shield
covering the power cable input header (HD1).
Only suitably qualified persons should remove this shield
and connect the mains power cable, the shield MUST be refitted and fully secured prior to connecting the power.
The mains supply cable shall have conductors of a maximum
size of 12 AWG. A readily accessible disconnect device
(circuit breaker) shall be incorporated externally to the
equipment. The recommended rating is 15 A.
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CAUTION: Ensure canted (45°) MIC412’s are laid on
their side; do not stand upright as they are unstable.
Options include the following:Wiper
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a rubber wiper blade mounted on a spring loaded arm is available
as standard on all MIC412 versions.
CAUTION: Take extra care lifting or moving MIC412
units due to their weight.
Heater Two (2) 10w heaters can be fitted to MIC412 versions
giving improved low temperature performance down to -30°C.
Sunshield A two (2) part plastic sunshield to provide additional
protection in sunny climates.
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Check the exterior of the packaging for visible damage. If any items
appear to have been damaged in transit please inform the shipping
company.
MIC-ALM 8-input alarm card includes washer pump drive function.
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Unpack the power supply unit carefully; although ruggedized this is
electronic equipment & should be handled with care.
MIC-BP3 Bosch Bi-phase converter card for power supplies without
expansion slots available.
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Do not use if any component appears to be damaged. Please contact
Bosch Security Systems Ltd in the event of damaged goods.
MIC-BP4 Bosch Bi-phase converter card for power supplies with an
expansion slot available.
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The shipping cartoon is the best way to transport the unit, save it & all
other packaging materials for future use. If the unit must be returned, use
the original packing materials.
MIC-WKT Washer bracket, nozzle and washer pump drive card kit.
Features
The MIC412 series cameras have the following features:
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Brushless Motor Technology for whisper quiet operation.
Large protocol selection available for easy integration
Canting option to allow bottom of pole vision
Choice of 18x or 36x camera modules
Wide range of mounting options for varied applications
Optically flat viewing window
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Installation Environment
CAUTION: Ensure that the National Electric
Code, ANSI/NFPA, Canadian Electric Code, and
all local country codes are observed when
installing this product. Ensure a strong safety
chain is used to secure the MIC412 camera to
prevent any danger of dropping the product during
installation. Particular care should be taken with
MIC412 models due to the additional weight.
The MIC412 has been designed to be easily installed on a variety of common
fittings. Most commonly a dedicated CCTV camera pole is used, the MIC412 will
bolt directly to the top of most poles using the industry standard 4 in. (101.6 mm)
fitting. Such camera poles provide robust mounting platforms that minimize camera
motion and typically have large base cabinets to mount all ancillary equipment
such as power supplies.
The MIC412 cameras can also be mounted on lamp post columns using the Pole
Mount Bracket (MIC-PMB) however users should be aware that lamp posts can
often be subject to movement and are not suitable platforms in all conditions or for
all applications.
For mounting directly onto buildings Bosch Security Systems manufactures a
range of brackets suitable for all typical building installations for upright (90°),
canted (45°) or Inverted camera positions.
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Associated Equipment and Typical Installations
The robust nature of the MIC412 range of cameras make it ideal for installation in
all typical domestic and commercial CCTV applications such as residential homes,
shopping centres, commercial premises, military/ government installations, ports &
airports to name but a few.
The MIC412’s adaptability enables easy integration in a wide variety of mobile and
re-deployable installations these have included Lifeboats and other
surface/subsurface vessels, Emergency service vehicles, Highways Agency
vehicles, Council/Contractor parking enforcement vehicles and Crowd control
vehicles.
The MIC412 uses a composite cable to carry all power and telemetry between the
camera head and the MIC power supply unit this cable can be a maximum of 25 m
long, for installations which require the camera head to be more than 25 m from
the power supply then it is recommended that a 2m cable be connected to a
junction box from which telemetry; video and power can be broken out into
separate cables and appropriate wiring used to extend the distance to suit.
Key to MIC-PMB drawing
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Securing bolts for MIC-SCA
90mm stainless steel pole banding
Pole mount bracket blocks
Pole mount bracket plate
Pole mount block securing bolts
Shallow conduit adaptor
“O”-ring
Wall mount bracket
Wall mount bracket securing bolts
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3. Fit the mounting brackets securely, observing all appropriate safety
precautions and local building regulations.
Hardware Installation
CAUTION: Ensure that the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA,
Canadian Electric Code, and all local country codes are
observed when installing this product. Ensure a strong safety
chain is used to secure the MIC 412 camera to prevent any
danger of dropping the product during installation. Particular care
should be taken with MIC 412 models due to the additional
weight.
4. Ensure that the mating 12-pin connector is fitted properly in the camera
plug. Confirm that the 25 mm connector sleeve on the top of the composite
cable is done up tightly (approx. four turns from start of thread
engagement).
5. Earth the camera using one of the securing bolts. Only earth the camera at
a single point to prevent earth loops and hum bars.
6. M8 x 20mm Stainless steel nuts, bolts and washers should be used to
secure the 4 in. PCD camera base to the mounting bracket. An additional
Nebar gasket or suitable silicone sealant can be used to ensure a water
tight seal between the 4 in. PCD base and mounting surface. Ensure all
bolts are securely tightened. Secure all cabling and conduit.
CAUTION: Fasteners are not supplied with the camera since it
depends on the material to which it is attached. The material
must accommodate a minimum pull out strength of 275 kg
(600 lbs.) Fasteners can include wedge anchors, sleeve
anchors, single expansion anchors, double expansion anchors,
machine screw anchors, or Thru Bolting with a nut. All fasteners
must be made of 303(A2) stainless steel, at a minimum, with a
diameter of 9 mm (5/16-in).
All bolts must fully extend through the mounting surface and be
secured with a flat washer, lock washer and a nut. All studs must
be anchored to concrete or welded to a steel backing plate.
Anchor bolts can be used for blind structures where there is no
access to the rear.
CAUTION: If the camera is mounted ball down it is
essential that the connector and base area of the camera
are completely sealed from water ingress.
CAUTION: Any water getting into the connector is liable to
cause corrosion to the connector pins leading to unreliable
operation of the camera unit.
Installation Instructions
CAUTION: To prevent water penetrating the composite
cable connector threads, the 25 mm thread should be
sealed at final installation using PTFE tape. Alternatively a
suitable sealant may be liberally applied to the thread prior
to final tightening.
1. Locate the mounting position of the camera so that it cannot be interfered
with either intentionally or accidentally.
2. Ensure the mounting surface is capable of supporting the combined weight
of the camera and mounting hardware under all expected conditions of
load, vibration and temperature.
The MIC 412 must be secured to one of the following surfaces:
• Concrete Solid/Cast
• Concrete Masonry Unit (Concrete Block)
• Brick (all type)
• Metal (Steel/Aluminum, minimum 1/8-in. thick)
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Refer to the MIC Series Bracketry Installation Guide for more information
about each MIC mounting option.
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Electrical Connections
1. The camera module and housing are electrically isolated so the housing
should be safety earthed regardless. The safety earth should be a bonding
connection to the cameras outside case for example one of the securing
bolts.
WARNING: Electrical Danger: Ensure all power is
disconnected before opening or working upon the Power
Supply Unit.
Installation must be carried out by suitably qualified
persons. Ensure that the National Electric Code,
ANSI/NFPA, Canadian Electric Code, and all local country
codes are observed.
2. The camera should be earthed at one point only to prevent earth loops &
thus hum bars showing on the control room monitor.
3. If the system is copper throughout & the camera pictures are fed back to
the control room coaxial copper cable, then the camera should be earthed
at the video termination point in the control room & nowhere else. In this
case the PCB “Earth Link” should be broken.
4. If the video is transmitted back to the control room via some non electrical
connecting medium, e.g. fibre optic, radio or microwave link, then the
camera should be earthed at the transmitter point in the PSU. The PSU
“Earth Link” may be used for this purpose.
A purpose built composite cable for use with the camera is available; these cables
are pre-made with a Female terminated 12 way connector fitted to them for
attachment to the Male connector installed into the base of the camera.
The composite cable has no termination (free wires) at the other end for wiring into
the appropriate power supply. The standard colour coding used in these cables is
as shown below.
Table A – MIC412 Composite Cable Pin table
5. If dual earthing is unavoidable then a video isolation transformer should be
fitted between the two earths.
Lightning Protection
If the camera is fitted in a highly exposed place then consideration should be given
to lightning protection. A good earth bonding connection to the case itself will
provide protection against damage from secondary strikes.
Where there is a risk of a primary strike hitting the camera housing directly, it is
recommended that a separate lightning conductor be fitted within 0.5m of the
camera and at least 1.5 m higher than the camera.
The construction of the housing itself is very capable of coping with secondary
strikes and no damage to the internal electronics or camera should result if correct
lightning protection is applied.
Connector Pin
A
B
Signal Name
Video Output
Video Return
Wire Colour
Coax core
Coax screen
C
D
E
F
G
Tamper Sw
Tamper Sw Rtn
Washer drive Rtn
Washer drive
Full Duplex Tx A.
Black
Brown
Grey
Orange
Blue
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Full Duplex Tx B.
Full Duplex Rx A.
Half Duplex Tx/Rx A.
Full Duplex Rx B.
Half Duplex Tx/Rx B.
Violet
Yellow
Power input 1.
Power input 2.
Red
Green
K
L
M
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Power Supply Installation
Note: Refer to the MIC Series Power Supplies Installaion Manual for detailed
power supply information.
MIC 412TI and MIC 412TF Power Supply Units
MIC-24PSU-UL, MIC-115PSU-UL, and MIC-240PSU-UL
The power supply provides power for a single MIC412 camera unit from either a 24
VAC source (MIC-24PSU-UL), 240 VAC source (MIC-240PSU-UL) or a 115 VAC
source (MIC-115PSU-UL).
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1. A weather-resistant (IP65) cast-aluminium box pre-fitted with three (3) cable
glands.
2. A power supply for the MIC 412 camera.
3. Provision for driving various interface cards mounted internally to the power
supply box, for example an alarm interface card (non-IR power supplies only).
4. Provision for a signal interface card (BP-3 or BP-4) to connect telemetry to
Bosch Biphase equipment.
5. Screw termination of all composite, telemetry and ancillary cables in the box.
6. Earth isolation and termination within the unit to correctly control video
earthing and to prevent earth loop.
PCB Earth Link
Dimensions (W x H x L):
The PCB has one link option next to HD1 to allow the power supply to be set up for
different earthing schemes: The Earth Link should be broken if there is a separate
connection between video screen and earth. This usually occurs on copper
connected systems where all the copper video coaxes are taken back to the
control room to be connected to a central earth point. If fibre optics or other indirect
connections are used to get data and video to and from the control room then the
earth link should be left intact provided it is the only camera end earth reference
point.
Power supply enclosure: 240 x 90.5 x 160 mm (9.5 x 3.6 x 6.3 in.)
Power Supply Layout and Connections
In addition the unit provides all the terminations required to connect a MIC 412
camera to third party equipment.
A second independent 12 V (600 mA) power supply is also included to drive any
internally fitted optional interface cards.
The power supply PCB has the following connections as shown on Figure A:WARNING: All external wires for installation applications
must be routed through a permanently earthed metal
conduit.
The Power Supply Unit provides all the support functions for connecting the
camera to third party equipment. It comprises of:
HD1 – Power Input Connector (screw terminal)
HD2 - Tamper Switch header (screw terminal)
HD3 - Composite cable header (Connections to camera head, screw terminal)
HD4 - Telemetry header (molex connection)
HD5 - Telemetry header (screw terminal)
HD6 - Washer pump header (screw terminal)
HD8 - Keyboard power connector (demo purposes only, not normally fitted)
CN1 - Video out connection header (BNC)
CN2 - Add on card header (plug in)
Figure A and the following tables show the connections required.
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HD1
Power cable terminal
Screw terminal
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HD2
Tamper switch terminal
Screw terminal
3
HD3
Composite cable terminal
Screw terminal
4
HD4 and HD5
Telemetry terminal
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HD6
Heater terminal
Screw terminal or
Molex crimp
Screw terminal
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HD8
Molex crimp
7
CN1
Optional MC-516 kbd
power terminal
Coax video terminal
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CN2/3
Auxiliary card terminal
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Table C - Composite cable to Power Supply HD-3 Connection Table
Composite
Function
Terminal Box
Terminal
Cable Wire
Connector
Box ID
Color
Marking
Figure A - MIC-Non-IR Power Supply Layout
Table B – Power Connections
Item
PSU Terminal
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Red
AC supply
HD3-1
Power
Green
AC supply rtn.
HD3-2
Power
White
Rx +
HD3-3
RxB
Yellow
Rx -
HD3-4
RxA
Drain Wire
Gnd
HD3-5
GND
Blue
Tx -
HD3-6
TxA
Violet
Tx +
HD3-7
TxB
Coax Core
Video
HD3-8
Video
Coax Screen
Video Return
HD3-9
Vid 0v
Black
(Optional)
Orange
(Optional)
Tamper Switch
HD3-10
Tamp Sw
Wash drive
HD3-11
Wash
Table D –Telemetry Connections to HD3, HD4 and HD5
Telemetry Singal Name
HD3
HD4
HD5
RxB or Rx -
Pin 3
Pin 1
RxA or Rx +
Pin 4
Pin 2
Pin 2
GND
Pin 5
Pin 3
Pin 3
BNC socket
TxA or Tx -
Pin 6
Pin 4
Pin 4
Plug in
TxB or Tx +
Pin 7
Pin 5
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Table F – Fuse Ratings for MIC-240THERMAL and MIC-115THERMAL
Table E –Auxiliary connections to HD6
Composite
Cable Wire
Colour
Brown
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Terminal Box
Connector
Tamper Sw 0v
or Heater*
Wash drive 0v
or Heater*
HD6-1
Terminal
Box ID
Marking
0v
HD6-2
0v
*See page 19 for details on commissioning MIC 412 cameras with the heater
option fitted.
Fuse
Fuse function.
FS 1
FS 2
FS 3
FS 5
MIC 412
protection
Primary
protection.
Rating for
240v Primary
1.6 A glass
Anti surge (T)
500 mA quick
blow
Rating for
115v Primary
1.6 A glass
Anti surge (T)
800 mA quick
blow
Rating for
24v Primary
1.6 A glass
Anti surge (T)
2.5 A quick
blow
Heater protection
1
Heater protection
2
1.6A glass Anti
surge (T)
1.6A glass Anti
surge (T)
1.6A glass Anti
surge (T)
1.6A glass Anti
surge (T)
1.6A glass
Anti surge (T)
1.6A glass
Anti surge (T)
Fuse ratings
Note: FS 4 does not exist
The power supply houses 4 off 20 mm fuses in fuse holders. The ratings for these
fuses if fixed on the low voltage secondary side but changes with input voltage on
the high voltage primary side.
Installation Instructions
WARNING: Electrical Danger: Ensure all power is
disconnected before opening or working upon any Power
Supply Unit.
Installation must be carried out by suitably qualified persons.
Ensure that the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA,
Canadian Electric Code, and all local country codes are
observed.
NOTICE: The given fuse ratings are for the fuses in the power
supply box. The camera contains no serviceable parts.
1. Locate the mounting position of the MIC-PSU so that it cannot be
interfered with either intentionally or accidentally, a lockable cabinet is
recommended.
The following table shows the fuse values fitted for the different supplies for
operating the power supply:
2. Securely fix the MIC-PSU using M6 stainless steel screws washers (not
supplied); ensure the cable glands have sufficient room to allow for the
cables to enter approximately 60 mm on either side of the enclosure.
3. Open the power supply enclosure and undo the M3 screws on the internal
shield and retain these; then remove the internal shield covering the mains
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4. cable terminal HD1. Removing this shield also gives access to the
blanking plug to allow a suitable conduit or the cable gland to be fitted.
13. Use CN2 for additional add-on cards such as the 8-input alarm card or the
Bi-phase card.
5. If using a conduit for the power cord, remove the blanking plug and install
a suitable conduit in its place. Secure as recommended by the conduit
manufacturer.
14. Crimp or screw telemetry connections to terminal HD4 or HD5 to connect
the MIC camera to the control room.
6. If using a power cord without a conduit, remove the blanking plug and fit
the 1/2-in. NPT cable gland instead as depicted below. Please note it is
easier to fit the cord through the gland outside of the enclosure then attach
the cable gland to the enclosure.
15. When wiring is complete, apply power and check the all four (4) LEDs are
lit.
• LED1 – 18 VAC power on to camera
• LED2 – 18 VAC power on to camera
• LED4 – Power on for optional heater
• LED5 – Power on for optional heater
7. Carefully connect the Live and Neutral cores to the correct HD1 screw
terminals as shown below and also printed on the PCB.
16. Re-attach the enclosure lid and screw it down until tight.
Live
HD1-L
Neutral
HD1-N
Earth
HD1-3
8. Crimp a 6 mm ring terminal (supplied) to the earth core on the power cord
using copper washers. Securely bolt this to the earth termination post with
the lid and PCB earth wires. Tighten the cable gland to secure and seal
the power cord.
17. For installation of the MIC-WKT-KIT, MIC-ALM or MIC-BP-4 Bi-phase card
please refer to the respective manuals.
Commissioning the MIC 412 with heater option fitted
These instructions are applicable to the MIC non-IR power supplies only. There
are two links on the power supply printed circuit board which must be changed to
allow heater operation. Please do the following to enable the heaters to function:
1. Disconnect the power supply from the power source.
2. Locate the PCB links next to HD6 (item 1) the default setting is 0 V.)
9. Reattach the mains head-end shield taking care to avoid pinching the
cables and securely screw down.
10. Feed the shielded composite cable through the metal M16 gland; then
connect the shielded composite cable to the screw terminal HD3 as
printed on the PCB. When completed tighten the cable gland to firmly grip
the shielded cable.
11. Connect a tamper switch to HD2, if necessary.
12. Feed the coax cable through the cable gland and crimp the end with a
BNC connector then connect the coax video cable to the CN1 socket.
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Fitting the optional Sunshield
4. Solder the wire links using a soldering iron and TCW link wire from the left
hand pads to the middle pads.
5. The power supply will now deliver +18vac to HD6.
The MIC412 Sunshield is designed to provide additional protection against direct
solar radiation, it is a two (2) part moulding and comes supplied with eight (8)
stainless steel bosses and eight (8) M3 washers and retaining screws. The
sunshield is fitted in the following manner:-
6. Connect the heater wires (brown and gray) from the shielded composite
cable to the HD6 terminal as labelled on the PCB.
1. Remove the four (4) retaining bolts from the lid of the MIC 412, DO NOT
remove the lid as this will void the warranty.
7. The heaters are thermostatically controlled and will automatically turn on
at +5°C (+41°F) and turn off at +15°C (+59°F).
2. Replace each retaining screw with one of the stainless steel bosses and
tighten using a flat head screwdriver in the slot on top of each boss.
8. Check all connections, re-seal the PSU enclosure and re-apply power.
3. When all four (4) bosses have been fitted, line up the holes in the
sunshield with the bosses.
4. Fix the sunshield to the bosses using the M3 stainless steel washers and
screws.
5. Rotate the MIC412 under power (Do not rotate by hand) and repeat the
procedure above on the lower lid of the MI C412.
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CHAPTER 4
Configuring the MIC 412 Camera
Connecting the MIC 412 to the PC
The MIC412 can be connected to a PC’s serial port via a RS232/RS422 adaptor
unit; this will generally be assigned to Comm Port 1.
Suitable serial port adaptor units are the Greenwich RS232/RS422 adaptor unit
(Farnell 778-758, RS No: 201-758), the KK systems K2-ADE RS232 to RS485/422
adaptor or the MIC-USB485CVTR (485 to USB Converter) for PC’s without a serial
port.
Connecting the Greenwich Adaptor
To connect the Greenwich serial adaptor to the PC you will also need a 9 pin D
female to 25 pin D male RS232 compatible adaptor cable. A suitable cable is
Farnell 960-573 or RS Part No: 202-644.
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The connections can be tested by selecting the DETECT button in CamSet and
checking to see if the window below this button displays the address and software
version No of the camera being tested.
Should a problem be encountered then connect the MIC412 screen wire (0v) to the
pc chassis with a separate piece of wire to ensure 0v continuity
Connecting the KK systems K2-ADE RS232 to RS485/422 Adaptor
This unit is self powered and can be plugged directly into the PC serial port.
RS485 two wire mode.
Connections and Dip switches settings for 2-wire mode should be made as
follows:Table H – K2-ADE Adaptor connections
The adaptor should be set to DCE mode and the power supply connected.
Connections from the Greenwich adaptor to the MIC412 power supply are as
follows
Table G – Connecting the Greenwich Adaptor
Adaptor Connections
HD4
F 778-758.
Connection and wire
color.
DATA OUT 6-3+
RXB White
DATA OUT 5-4-
RXA Yellow
SCREEN
0v
DATA IN 4-5-
TXA Blue
DATA IN 3-6+
TXB Violet
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HD4
K2-ADE
Connection.
Pin 3
RXB White
Pin 9
RXA Yellow
Pin 5
0v
Not required
TXA Blue
Not required
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With all the above set up, when Camset is running and the serial port selected, set
the Camera Interface Controls to the following:-
Connecting the MIC-USB485CVTR, USB to RS485 Converter
Camset Tabs
2 Wire RS485
4 Wire RS422
Table I – Camera Interface Control Settings
Comms 1
Selected
Selected
Interface
2 Wire
4 Wire
RTS
Off
On
Baud
9600
9600
DIP Switch
Setting
Sw 1
Sw 2
Sw 3
Sw 4
Sw 5
Sw 6
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
If a notebook PC is used, which sometimes lacks a serial port, then a RS485 to
USB converter such as the MIC-USB485CVTR can be used instead, this would
typically be mapped to Comms port 3 or 4.
The MIC-USB485CVTR is a USB to RS485 signal converter that allows PCs
without a serial port to connect directly to the MIC400 series camera via the
telemetry connection (HD4) in the power supply, the MIC-USB485CVTR can also
be used to connect a PC to any other RS485 device.
The MIC-USB485CVTR has been designed to work with all functions in Universal
Camset and to be backwards compatible with legacy version of Camset although
full compatibility is not guaranteed.
The MIC-USB485CVTR should be connected to the telemetry header (HD4) of the
MIC power supply with Standard Twisted Pair cable such as Belden 8760.
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The table overleaf shows how the screw terminal connections on the MICUSB485CVTR connect to the MIC power supply depending upon the protocol and
selected communication mode you may only need a 2 wire configuration.
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MIC-USB485CVTR and Universal Camset Software Installation
Universal Camset comes with WHQL certified drivers for the MIC-USB485CVTR
that must be installed prior to connecting the converter to the PC.
To install the drivers please do the following:-
CAUTION: Should be taken to avoid earth loops when
connecting 0v from the converter to GND terminal in the MIC
1. Locate the USB DRIVERS.EXE in the Universal Camset Folder, double
click to begin and follow the on screen instructions to install; these are the
required drivers for using the MIC-USB485CTR.
Table J – MIC-USB485CVTR Connection Table and Diagram
Converter Output
MIC Power Supply
Telemetry Header
(HD4 or HD5)
Communication Mode
RxB / Rx -
TxB
Full Duplex (4-wire only)
RxA / Rx +
TxA
GND / 0V
GND
Shield (always)
TxA / Tx -
RxA
TxB / Tx +
RxB
Simplex
Half Duplex (2-wire)
Full Duplex (4-wire)
2. Locate the CAMSET INSTALLER.MSI and then double click to begin,
follow the on screen instructions to install.
3. Once installed a Universal Camset Icon will appear on your PC Desktop.
4. When opened the Universal Camset will display the Standard Controls
Tab as shown overleaf.
Providing the USB drivers have been installed successfully, you can then plug the
MIC-USB485CVTR into a PC via the USB port. If your converter is being plugged
in for the first time your system should recognise the device and inform you that
the hardware has been installed successfully.
The MIC-USB485CVTR should appear in the Comm Port selection list as USB and
as a virtual Comm Port, e.g “comm2” (for legacy support). Universal Camset has
been optimised to work with this converter in USB mode; therefore users should
select “USB” for maximum functionality and reliability.
The MIC-USB485CVTR has a status LED indicating its current state, by sending a
manual command e.g Left or Right; you should see the LED flash. Transmitted
data from the converter is indicated by a red flashing LED flash and upon receiving
data a green LED will flash.
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Boot Messages
Universal Camset is Windows PC based configuration software from Bosch
Security Systems; it is issued free on the CD that comes with each MIC camera.
Universal Camset supersedes all previous versions of Camset used.
Standard Controls
The large square text box in this area will display boot messages coming from the
MIC. One of the first lines contains the MIC address which is decoded and entered
into the Address line. The rest of the lines indicate the MIC model number, control
card serial number, MIC Software etc.
At the same time, a boot message is displayed on the video indicating similar
information, which may be helpful if return comms should fail or be incorrectly
connected.
MIC Settings
Universal Camset opens on the Standard Controls tab as shown above; the
highlighted area contains the Boot messaging, MIC settings and Camset Settings
controls.
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Current Address
This box indicates the address to which commands are sent from Camset. This
therefore needs to match the address of the MIC that needs to be controlled.
When the MIC is booted the first line of the messages it sends is the address,
which is read and put into this box automatically.
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Configure MIC Communications
This button opens up a new window which provides the options to reconfigure the
MIC communications settings. These options will depend on the MIC model
connected.
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New Baud Rate
This drop down list will provide the valid baud rates for the chosen protocol. The
baud rate options reflect the protocol as set on the main form for Camset itself. In
FV protocol the option is a toggle which simply switches the MIC between 4800
and 9600. If control is not present after the window is closed, try changing the
Camset Baud Rate.
Reset MIC
This sends out a command to reboot the software. This is not a hardware reboot;
the only way to do that is to remove the power supply to the MIC.
Camset Settings
In order for any of these modifications to work, Camset must have full
communications with the MIC. Ensure this by performing a simple manual control
test (Up, Down, etc). To store the new settings press Apply once the modifications
have been made or alternatively press Cancel to discard any changes.
New Address
This input box defines the new address the MIC should change to once Apply has
been clicked. The value will also be copied over into Current Address on the main
form to provide continual control.
New Protocol
The drop down list here provides a full list of the protocols available in Camset.
Control depends upon selecting the correct protocol in the drop down list to match
the protocol that is loaded onto the MIC412; if the incorrect protocol is selected in
Camset the MIC may not respond. To regain control should this happen, reset the
Camset Protocol back to what the MIC originally was.
The Camset Settings section as shown above control the Protocol, MIC model,
Baud Rate and Comm Port used; select the appropriate parameters for your
MIC400 from the dropdown menus.
Some functions in Universal Camset may not be supported by particular protocols;
any incompatible functions will be greyed out if it is not supported in a given
protocol.
The communication settings will be set to the default for the chosen protocol,
indicating this on the Camset Baud Rate drop down list.
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MIC Model
This provides a list of all the available MIC Models. This should be set to the type
of camera being controlled as Camset is then set up accordingly to provide more
or less options dependant upon the combination of this setting with the Camset
Protocol above.
to the camera. This will work for most manual controls, but anything that requires a
response, such as Pot Test, Exact Positioning, and Programming etc will fail.
Comm Port
This provides a list of the available Comm Ports detected by the software on the
PC. If a comm port is in use when it is selected the user will be prompted with an
error, and should either select another port or close the application currently using
it.
If the MIC-USB485CTR, USB to RS485 convertor is being used, when plugged in
this will show on the Comm Port drop down menu as USB, simply select to use.
Manual Control
Reset Camset
This re-initializes all of the controls for the software to the state it would be on boot.
The final option is close which will close any open communications port meaning
that other applications can then use the port for other purposes.
Camset Baud Rate
This displays the current Baud Rate at which outgoing messages are sent, and the
other options available for the given protocol above. Changing this without first
changing the MIC baud rate will cause a loss of communications.
RTS
This defines the state of the RTS line on the serial port which can be used power
in line RS232 to 485 adapters.
Comms Mode
There are 3 available options for comms modes:
Full Duplex: Full 2 way 4 wire communications connection. Messages are
transmitted and received on separate comms pairs.
Half Duplex: 2 way, 2 wire communications connection. Messages are transmitted
and received on the same pair of wires. The 485 drivers deal with the switching of
the line directions automatically.
Pan, Tilt and Zoom Controls
Simplex: 1 way 2 wire communications connection. Messages are only transmitted
The Up, Down, Left and Right buttons send commands to the MIC to move in the
selected direction at the speed indicated by the Speed Slider.
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Auxiliaries
and Zoom Out
Zoom In
lens at a fixed rate.
control the zoom position of the camera
Latch PTZ: This tickbox will Latch the PTZ controls for continuous tilt or rotation
as required.
Iris Controls
Slow Zoom: Reduces the speed at which the MIC zooms.
PTZ Scale: Scales the MIC speed dependant on zoom position.
Wiper: Turns on or off the MIC wiper if fitted.
Auto Iris lets the MIC automatically adjust to changing light levels, where Manual
Iris gives the user control with Open
and Close
buttons.
Focus Controls
Washer: Activates the washer relay on the MIC-WKT card or the MIC-ALM card if
fitted in the PSU. This also moves the MIC to the stored WashWipe position and
turns on the wiper. Once de-activated the MIC will return to its original position and
turn off the wiper.
IR / Thermal: Dependant on the MIC this will do one of 3 things, for a Non-IR
Standard MIC the IR cut filter will come in and the image will go black and white.
For a twin IR MIC, the cut filter will come in and the lamps will turn on.
Note: If the lamps do not turn on, ensure the power supply is an IR version and
that Auto Alarm and Multi Alarms in the MIC Setup tab are both turned on.
For a MIC412, the video output will switch from the Sony module to the thermal
module; the controls on the Thermal tab will also now function.
Digital Zoom: This will enable the MIC to continue into the digital zoom once the
optical limit has been reached. This also needs to have Digital Zoom Enabled
under the MIC Setup tab.
Auto Pan: This will start the MIC panning between left and right defined limits.
Auto Focus lets the MIC automatically focus on a changing scene, where Manual
Focus gives the user control with Near
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On Screen Data: This activates the Sony modules on screen icons.
Preset Positions
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Tour Controls
Preset positions are locations stored by the MIC in Pan, Tilt and Zoom, Focus etc,
which can be either called back manually, or returned to as part of a preset
position tour.
To learn a position move the MIC to the desired location and then either enter in
the preset number in the box available or press the Preset Number button until it
displays the desired value. Then press the Learn button to store. Once stored the
value in the input box will be cleared.
Returning to a position uses the same number entry method and then press the
Go To instead.
The Learn All Presets button will set every preset position available for the given
protocol to the current position. This may take a few seconds.
Tours provide a way of making a MIC continually move to points of interest within
its visible range. There are 2 different methods to enable this; Preset Tours recalls
preset positions in the set order waiting at each for a desired dwell time while
Pattern Tours mimic the operators movements whilst recording so it can follow a
defined path.
Access to these methods is entirely protocol specific, meaning if it is shaded out,
the feature is not supported. In some cases there are up to 6 tours available.
Preset Tours
To save a preset tour, simply enter the end preset number into the input box and a
corresponding dwell time and press Program Tour. This initiates a simple tour with
each steps preset position being fixed and the dwell time constant across the tour,
stored to the Tour Number. More comprehensive program methods are normally
available through the control system.
The Tour Number selects the tour to which you save and also play from. The Start
Tour button initiates the current programmed sequence for the given Tour Number.
Pattern Tours
Depending on the protocol, the controls for these vary. Some fully implement the
recording functionality and in these cases the Start Recording and Stop Recording
buttons are used, with user manual control in between. This is again stored to the
Tour Number as set.
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Other protocols use an add point method, where Start Recording and
Stop Recording are used in the same way, but instead of manual control in the
middle Add Tour Point is used to insert a preset position with the options specified
Preset, Dwell and Speed.
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MIC Setups
Soft Stops and Non Dwell Zones
This feature offers a method of restricting the MIC's movements to a certain area.
A "box" is defined using the Top Left and Bottom Right buttons which provides the
area within which the MIC is allowed to move. To clear the area set both corners to
the same location.
Non-Dwell Zone
This provides the opposite of Soft Stops, in that an area can be defined within
which the MIC cannot stop. The area is defined and cleared in the same way using
the Top Left and Bottom Right buttons. Once the MIC enters the area it passes
straight through to the opposite edge.
Clear
This button clears both the Soft Stops and the Non-Dwell Zone, which is required
after a MIC has its protocol re-flashed (see Programming section).
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The MIC Setups tab contains the basic camera controls such as General Settings,
Multi alarms (if MIC-ALM card is fitted), Relays, AutoHome options and the Default
Settings.
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Wash Wipe
If Wash Wipe is On then, when the Wash auxiliary is set the MIC will return to a
preset Wash Position activate the washer relay in the PSU and turn on the wiper.
When the auxiliary is turned off again, the MIC will return to its prior position and
turn the wiper off. If Wash Wipe is Off then when the aux is activated the MIC will
simply close the washer relay and remain in its current position.
Auto Alarm
This is used for both single or multi alarm functionality. With Auto Alarm on and
Multi Alarm off, the MIC will monitor the tamper switch line, moving to the
programmable Alarm Position when the connection is grounded. If Auto Alarm is
turned off the MIC will ignore any change in status of the tamper line.
Multi Alarm
With this the user can setup a separate position for each of the 8 alarm inputs. Any
given alarm input will trigger the MIC to move to the position with which it is
associated. To get this functionality working both Auto Alarm and Multi Alarm
should be turned on.
Pan Reverse
This will invert the pan rotation of the MIC compared to the commands from the
controller. This would be used if a MIC was inverted to regain logical control.
Tilt Reverse
This will invert the tilt rotation of the MIC compared to the commands from the
controller.
Image Flip
This manually inverts the image from the camera module, which may be used on
an inverted camera where the head cannot be rotated through 180 degrees.
Inverting the image would normally also require some modification of the control
directions.
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Photocell IR
This mode enables the user to attach an external photocell to the power supply to
control the IR lamps. The device is connected to alarm input 4, meaning that when
the light levels drop sufficiently alarm 4 is triggered, and instead of moving the MIC
detects this as an activation signal for the lamps. When the light levels pick up
again, the alarm will deactivate and the lamps will be turned off. This mode can
enable the user to hide the sensor away from any large external lighting which may
cause the camera to flick in and out of IR mode under Auto conditions.
Camera Power
This can be used to turn the camera module inside the MIC off as required.
Digital Zoom
This is an override for the Digital Zoom Auxiliary, meaning that if On this will allow
digital zoom to be controlled by the aux state, but if off, will never allow digital
zoom no matter what the state of the aux.
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Auto Flip
With this enabled the MIC will pan through 180 degrees as it reaches the vertical
position so the user can then tilt down the other side meaning the MIC video is
never inverted. Once the rotation is complete the controls are reversed until a stop
command is received, at which point they are returned to normal.
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Other controls
Auto IR
In this mode the camera module is monitored for its current IR state, as soon as
the light drops sufficiently, the module will automatically put the cut filter in place
and switch to black and white, at which point the MIC will turn on the IR lamps.
Auto Lowlight
If this is turned on, the MIC will decrease its shutter speed as the light levels drop,
rather than increasing the gain. Motion blur on the video can occur if the frame rate
drops sufficiently low, which may not be ideal for a camera which is continually
moving. However if motionless, the images will not have the grain associated with
lowlight conditions. The gain at which a change is made and the lowest frame rate
can be controlled under the Frame Integration section.
Auto Home Controls
Learn Wash Position
This is the position that the MIC will return to when the Washer Auxiliary is
activated and Wash Wipe is turned on. This should point towards the washer jet
nozzle.
Learn Alarm Position
This is the alarm position for the tamper switch. The MIC will return to this position
if Auto Alarm is turned on, Multi Alarm is turned off and the tamper line in the PSU
is pulled to ground.
After a programmable time with no manual control the MIC can be configured to
either, move to the home position (Preset 1) or start tour / pattern 1. With Auto
Home turned off the MIC will simply remain stationary until the next user input.
The amount of time before this takes place can be set using the input boxes and
the Set Time button.
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Find End Stops
This will get the MIC to rotate in the tilt axis first down then up to its mechanical
limit stops. It will then store a "soft" limit a few units back from these for normal
use. During this process manual control is not available.
Show Boot Message
This will display the boot message that appears on the video for a few seconds,
this may be helpful to determine the current software of the MIC, without having to
do a full reboot.
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Self Diagnosis
This function is for future products and does not work with the MIC400 or MIC412.
Default Settings
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Get Current MIC Settings
This downloads the current status of each of the settings from the MIC and loads it
into the text boxes and radio buttons on Camset. This provides an easy way of
viewing the current setup of each MIC and also a way of copying the settings from
one into the next.
Save Current MIC Settings
This option will first prompt for a file location and then store the current state of all
the options outlined above to an XML file which can then be loaded at a later date
back into Camset as a standard for a specific site.
Load Settings into Camset
This will prompt to open an XML file as saved above. Only valid Camset Default
XML files will work.
Set Current Settings to MIC
This will go through each of the settings above except for thermal, and send out
the commands to the MIC to set it up as Camset displays. This may take a few
seconds as there are several commands involved in this process.
The Default Settings tab reads and sets settings from the following sections:
- Manual Control Auxiliaries
- General Settings
- Auto Home Controls
- Multi Alarm Settings
- Lens Recalibration
- Frame Integration Settings
- All Thermal controls
Upload Default Options
At the end of this there are 2 extra options for defaults, Clear SS and NDZ will
clear any saved Soft Stops and Non-Dwell Zones and then Find End Stops. These
options may be used to completely set up a MIC after it has been reprogrammed
to a new protocol.
All other settings will not be saved, loaded, downloaded or set through the
following controls.
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The re-arm time is a time in seconds before the MIC returns to its current position
and returns the relay to its prior state. The options for this are 1, 5, 10 or 60
seconds. To send the settings to the MIC select the desired options and then press
Set Relays.
Lens Recalibration and Frame Integration
Learn Alarm Positions
Simply point the MIC400 at the position you would like it to cover when each
numbered alarm is triggered and press Learn Alarm Position to set this.
This section defines when and how often the Sony Optical Camera block should
perform a recalibration process. The first field Inactivity defines how long in hours it
should be after the last manual control command before the first recalibration
should take place, and the second is a time in days between each successive
recalibration from then on.
To set these enter the appropriate values in the text boxes provided and press
Apply. Alternatively the Recall Now button will perform a manual recalibration.
Frame Integration Settings
Relay State, Activation and Re-arm
This function is available only to MIC-400’s with the MIC-ALM card fitted or the
MIC400IR Power Supply which has Four (4) Alarm Inputs built in.
The MIC-ALM multi alarm card provides 2 output relays which can be configured to
close or open on given alarm inputs. Relay 1 can be activated from either alarm
inputs 1 to 4 or 1 to 8 and relay 2 with alarm inputs 5 to 8 or 1 to 8.
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This section defines the Max Gain and Min Shutter Speed parameters used by the
MIC when in Auto Lowlight mode. The drop down lists provides the actual settings
available in dB for gain and FPS for shutter speed. The On Screen Data auxiliary
command will indicate the current frame rate if required. The values are set by
simply selecting the desired option from the drop down lists.
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Privacy Controls
Masks On / Off
This is an override setting to turn masks completely On or Off. This will not clear
each individual masks settings, so when Off is sent they will disappear and then
re-appear with On, in the same positions.
Crosshair On / Off
This setting makes a crosshair appear on the video display centered on the middle
of the video. This can then be used to set individual mask pixels with the
appropriate command from below.
Show / Clear Mask Style
This setting provides a preview of the current mask style. This will only work if the
Crosshair is turned On. It will show a small privacy block to the right of the
crosshair center. If nothing appears, the mask may be clear, so use the Set Mask
Style to change to a visible setting. Once the required style has been selected;
press Clear Mask Style and Crosshair Off, to return to the normal state.
Mask / Clear Whole Screen
These functions will add or remove a privacy mask the size of the entire current
view. Moving the MIC in Pan or Tilt should then indicate the zone clearly. This
would most commonly be used in conjunction with zoom where a window can be
made full frame and then the whole thing masked as apposed to the method below
which may take significantly longer.
The Privacy and Captions tab allows the user to define and set the privacy mask
function if the optional privacy card is fitted; this is not applicable to the MIC400 as
the privacy card cannot be used with the thermal imager.
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Mask / Clear Pixel
This is a more accurate way of creating privacy masks one pixel at a time. The
Pixel is created at the center of the image, or where the crosshair points if it is
visible.
Set Crosshair
This will create a pixel sized mask as with the function above, and will also bring
up the crosshair. Press again to remove the crosshair or use Crosshair Off
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Set Mask Type
If Crosshair and Mask Style are both turned On this function can be used to step
through each of the available mask types one at a time. This will not update all the
masks to the same type, only the ones that are created subsequent to the change.
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Once any calibration changes are made, this button should be pressed to save the
new values permanently.
Privacy Calibration
Load Factory Defaults
Resets the privacy card to the factory defaults.
MIC Configuration
These options define the MIC's orientation, which defines how the masks track. for
Inverted MICs, the head would normally be rolled around through 180 degrees,
with Pan Reverse On to regain sensible control. However, with inverted IR MICs,
the head cannot be rotated around due to the IR Lamp arms, and therefore the
video must be inverted, and both controls reversed.
Basic Calibration
This sends a set of default commands to the MIC to initialize the privacy for an
upright MIC. This will not be perfect as each board needs fine individual calibration
but provides a good starting point.
Zoom Alignment
The zoom alignment buttons provide accurate calibration of the mask tracking.
This would normally be carried out by using a vertical line of mask on along a
known straight edge. If this line then moves as the MIC pans and tilts, it can be
corrected using the appropriate arrow. The labels indicate the current value in both
the Vertical and Horizontal planes, which will be incremented or decremented
dependant upon the direction pressed.
Direct Command
All privacy commands consist of 2 Hex bytes, a command byte and a data byte.
These perform all of the privacy functions available. To enter commands, enter the
2 bytes in Hex, into the boxes provided and press Send Command. Entering
random commands here may result in very odd results so please do not use
unless under specific instruction.
CAUTION: The Privacy Calibration settings should be
configured at manufacture and should therefore not need to
be changed on site.
Any changes to these settings may be difficult to correct, so
please do not attempt to change anything unless under
instruction from Bosch.
The Privacy Calibration section deals with the calibration settings of the privacy
masking. I.e. how the masks track as the MIC is moved in Pan, Tilt or Zoom.
MIC Configuration
These options define the MIC's orientation, which defines how the masks track. for
Inverted MICs, the head would normally be rolled around through 180 degrees,
with Pan Reverse On to regain sensible control. However, with inverted IR MICs,
the head cannot be rotated around due to the IR Lamp arms, and therefore the
video must be inverted, and both controls reversed.
Basic Calibration
This sends a set of default commands to the MIC to initialize the privacy for an
upright MIC. This will not be perfect as each board needs fine individual calibration
but provides a good starting point.
Zoom Alignment
The zoom alignment buttons provide accurate calibration of the mask tracking.
This would normally be carried out by using a vertical line of mask on along a
known straight edge. If this line then moves as the MIC pans and tilts, it can be
corrected using the appropriate arrow. The labels indicate the current value in both
the Vertical and Horizontal planes, which will be incremented or decremented
dependant upon the direction pressed.
Direct Command
Save Current Settings
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All privacy commands consist of 2 Hex bytes, a command byte and a data byte.
These perform all of the privacy functions available. To enter a command, enter
the 2 bytes, in Hex, into the boxes provided and press Send Command. Entering
random commands here may result in very odd results so please do not use
unless under specific instruction.
Save Current Settings
Once any calibration changes are made, this button should be pressed to save the
new values permanently.
Captions
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The Default Caption can be treated as the name of the camera. It will appear on
the video whenever it can, i.e. when no Preset or Sector captions are selected.
Preset Captions can be used to display a different title for each of the preset
positions available. This will be loaded once the MIC has reached the position.
As an alternative, the same 64 captions can be used, not for preset positions but
for rotational sectors. The MIC’s pan is split into 64 segments and a different
caption can be assigned to each or to a group. Using this option can result in an
occasional slight control lag.
Whatever caption is being set the writing must be entered into the Caption Text
Box. The caption will be displayed in block capitals and only certain extra
characters are recognized. Unknown characters will be displayed as "?".
Location and Color
These options define where on the video and in what color the caption will be.
Set Default Caption
This programs the current caption (if valid), position and color settings to the
default caption. If captions are turned on this should appear immediately on the
video.
Toggle Captions On / Off
This setting is a global On / Off setting for captions. If Off then no captions will be
displayed, Default, Preset or Sector.
Toggle Sector / Preset
This toggles between the 2 caption modes of Preset or Sector. These options are
mutually exclusive.
The Captions tab allows the user to set up captions, Sector or Preset Captions;
Screen Location and Caption Color are all user definable.
The MIC has 3 different caption options available. On the MIC 400 model range
only one line of text is available and therefore a Preset Caption will overwrite a
Default Caption.
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Preset Captions
This section provides 3 options, to either set one preset caption to the preset
number specified in the input box. Set all 64 presets to the same caption, or clear
all 64 preset captions to nothing.
Sector Captions
This section allows the definition of the sectors and what caption to use for each.
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the start and end of the group in terms of an individual sector. Press Set Sector
Info to store the data.
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Image Flip
Image Flip defines the orientation of the video output. As standard in the MIC 412,
this is On as the imager is mounted inverted inside the MIC.
Thermal
FFC Mode and Settings
FFC stands for Flat Field Correction which is basically a refresh or recalibration of
the imager’s sensor. This process closes the shutter for about a second and at this
time the video will freeze with the previous image. When performing an FFC a
small green square will appear in the top corner of the video. This process can
clear any ghosting that may appear on the video output over time.
There are 2 different modes of operation, Manual where the Perform Manual FFC
should be used as required, or Auto which will perform an FFC at the interval set in
seconds using Set FFC Period. By default this should be somewhere in the region
of 3 minutes.
Gain and Auto Gain Modes
The thermal imager has a number of different gain modes available dependant
upon the application. By default Gain will be on Auto and the Auto Gain Control
Mode will be Histogram. Histogram, Linear and Logarithmic modes are all fully
automatic modes which provide different scaling dependant upon the scene itself,
where the other modes require some user intervention, in the form of Brightness
and Contrast settings which can be found under the Manual Gain Controls section.
This may be desired to get a perfectly exposed image in a fixed level environment.
For outdoor use it would be extremely difficult to specify manual settings that
would work well over the whole day and with changing conditions.
The Thermal tab controls the function of the FLIR thermal imaging unit; this screen
will only have active functionality when the IR/Thermal tickbox in the Standard
Controls tab has been selected
Shutter Open/Close
The Shutter option provides manual control over the physical shutter of the imager.
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False Color
The thermal imager has 11 different false color options, which can highlight
different temperatures on a scene in different colors. The color range's are not
fixed and are dependant upon the gain settings of the imager, but for each specific
setting the colors will always remain in order of temperature from coldest up to
hottest over the scene. The Imager will remain in the False color mode selected
here after disconnecting Camset.
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Temperature and Humidity
This will only work if the MIC400 has the appropriate control card with the
temperature and humidity sensor attached. Current, Max and Min are displayed for
both in degrees and a percentage respectively. If the MIC reaches 70% humidity
inside the head a small "H" is displayed in the top left corner indicating a Humidity
problem. If this appears, make contact with Bosch Security Systems.
Timers
The timers monitor most of the common functionalities of a MIC: Panning, Tilting,
On Tour, Since Built, Stationary, Wiping and IR Lamp shown in Weeks, Days,
Hours, Minutes and Seconds.
Clear All Statistics
This function will set Max and Min for temperature and humidity to the current
reading, and will clear all of the timers to "0". This feature should only be used
when a MIC is first built or repaired, and therefore is locked out with the Advanced
Controls Password.
MIC Serial Number
The Advanced Settings tab offers engineering and special auxiliary control modes
for Pelco and Panasonic protocols (see Help file for details).
This feature is used to set or read the actual MIC Serial Number. This may be
required to reprogram the MIC through the telemetry. The Set function is locked
out with the Advanced Password as this should only be performed at the
manufacturing stage, however read is available to use as required.
The MIC stores various statistics about itself, including temperature and humidity,
and various timers for different parameters, which may be of interest to the end
user, but are mainly implemented as an engineering tool.
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EEPROM Copier
This feature can be used to download the complete EEPROM block from the MIC
to a file and then upload it to another. This will port across every single setting
stored in the MIC, thus making a mirror copy when loaded into the next. Everything
except for the privacy calibration will be transferred as this is stored separately on
the privacy card itself. Before using this feature ensure you are aware of the
consequences, in that all preset positions will be changed to the ones stored in the
file, same with the Sonyset table and finally the MIC address will also be copied.
Once uploaded, Camset will prompt to reboot the MIC which will then load the new
settings into the MIC.
If any errors occur in the download or upload process then do not attempt to
upload a half complete file, retry the process until it works fine.
Download EEPROM To File
This will prompt for a file location of type ".epm". If valid then the process will begin
with the current status indicated on the progress bar. The file stores each data byte
and its address in memory. These files should not be edited under any
circumstances.
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This section provides the option, for MIC400s with Pelco protocol only, to modify
what aux the MIC actions for a given aux number input.
Pelco has 8 aux commands available and the MIC functions that can be mapped
to them are as follow:
- Auto Focus
- Digital Zoom
- Auto Exposure
- IR
- Wiper
- Washer
- OSD
- Backlight
To modify an aux mapping, simply select the desired function and aux number
from the list boxes and press Set. The default button will assign the functions in the
order as above to aux 1 through 8.
Upload EEPROM From File
This will prompt for an ".epm" file to open, again if valid the process will begin and
the progress bar will show the current progress.
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POT Test
Matrix Controls
The options here provide controls for a Forward Vision Matrix. The Enable and
Disable Alarm buttons will take the number provided in the upper input box, and
perform the specified function on that alarm input.
The POT Test tab is used as an engineering tool to determine the MIC's position,
Motor PWM, Motor Speed in both Pan and Tilt, and the PSU level inside the MIC.
The Watch button can be used to change the input channel on a Matrix (1 to 16) to
the value specified in the lower input box.
All the results are plotted onto a continually updating graph on the page and the
current results shown in numeric values below. This process requires a reliable 2
way communications link with the MIC.
Manual and Preset / Goto Controls
These work as per the controls on the Standard Controls page although instead of
stopping when released the MIC will continually move until a separate stop
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command is sent. The numeric key pad controls also work whilst in pot test
although the learn preset method using the number keys does not.
Pot Test Controls
Start
This initiates the Pot Test process. Continual commands will be sent requesting
the MIC’s current data, the responses will be decoded and data printed and plotted
on the display.
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Visible Traces
This section enables the switching on and off of the various traces available from
the Pot Test plot. By default current Pan and Tilt position and PWM is displayed,
and the following can be added, which are all real time calculations made since
Reset Measurements was last pressed:
Stop
This stops the process running. Pot Test is also stopped when another tab is
selected to ensure communications aren't held up when trying to perform an
operation from another page.
Clear Trace
This will clear the graph plotted and reset the cursor to the left hand side of the
picture box.
Reset Measurements
Whilst Pot Test monitors the current values, it also measures the maximum,
minimum and average readings for PWM in both the pan and tilt axis. These are
displayed below the current readings in Pan Readings and Tilt Readings
respectively. This button enables the user to reset these calculated values.
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Min Pan PWM - Maroon
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Max Pan PWM - Red
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Average Pan PWM - Orange
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Min Tilt PWM - Maroon
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Max Tilt PWM - Red
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Average Tilt PWM - Orange
As these are displayed in the same colors, it is recommended that only one set of
Max, Min, Average be displayed at any one time.
Save Plot
This control enables the graph plot to be saved as a .jpg image to a location
determined on the save dialog box that opens.
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Rotation Analyzer
This sub window can be used to accurately measure the PWM of either axis of the
MIC, plotting the data against position rather than reading, which provides a easy
to read way of locating tight or loose spots in the tested axis. The results can then
be saved as a Word .doc report and automatically printed to the default printer,
whilst also giving the option to simply view the results on the window. The user can
then use the mouse on the plot to drive the MIC back to suspect positions for
further analysis. This functionality is only available in FV protocol, and works best
with a baud rate of 9600. To exit the sub window press Close.
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Comms
Pan / Tilt Pos
These indicate the current position in Pan and Tilt in Red and Blue respectively,
over the range of 4096 units for 360 degrees rotation.
Pan / Tilt PWM
These indicate the current PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) of the motor, with Pan
and Tilt being indicated in Green and Purple respectively. This gives an indication
of how hard the motors are working.
Pan / Tilt Speed
These results are the actual speed that the MIC is moving in either axis. The
results are not plotted on the graph only shown in the respective window.
PSU Level
This reading shows the Voltage level of the main power rail in the MIC. There are 2
scaling options for different control cards, as a guide 6E came into production
around mid 2007, so anything after this would use this option.
Mouse Point Values
This area indicates the scaled values corresponding to each of the 4 axis with
respect to the current mouse position. This can be used to easily determine peak
or trough values at any point on the trace.
Pot Test Plot Area
Plot Area Controls
The plot area can be zoomed in and out using the scroll wheel on the mouse, and
then reset to default by pressing Right Mouse Click - Undo All Zoom/Pan. The plot
can also be panned using the scroll bar to the lower of the plot area. By pressing
Right Mouse Click - Show Point Values, the value of the point closest to the mouse
pointer will be indicated as an X,Y coordinate in a box next to the pointer.
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The Comms tab enables the user to monitor the communications to and from a
MIC or any other serial device connected to the open comm port. This requires 2
way comms for any of the associated options.
Log Communications
This check box enables or disables the capture of incoming and outgoing data to
the text display. With the Communications Grabber running the comms to and from
the MIC will be slightly slowed down, which may be very noticeable on features
such as Pot Test, so unless specifically required it would be advised that this is
turned off.
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Capture in ASCII
This changes the way in which the data is displayed. If not checked then the data
is displayed in comma separated Hex bytes (e.g. 54, 45, 53, 54), if it is checked
then each byte is converted into its corresponding ASCII char (e.g. TEST).
However this only works if the protocol sends out valid ASCII bytes, all other
values, less than 32 and over 127 will result in a "?" being printed.
Assume New Message after 50mS
This is a way of separating out consecutive commands and individually time
stamping them. If there is a 50mS gap between transmitted or received bytes then
the next byte is taken as a new message.
Time Stamp Data
If checked then each new packet will be titled with the date and time of
transmission or reception, otherwise the data will just be indicated with a Transmit
or Receive tag.
Clear Comms
This simply clears the current communications window.
Save Data to File
This will prompt the user for a file location where the comms can be saved. They
will be output as a ".doc" file formatted in the same way as display in the window,
which can be opened in Microsoft Word.
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Send Direct Command
This feature enables the user specify an exact command in Hex bytes to send to
the MIC. The long input box is used to enter the command in individual comma
separated Hex bytes, without the header or CS.
For example a complete Learn Preset 1 command in FV protocol is:
0A 30 31 30 41 36 4D 30 31 80
The header on this is:
0A 30 31 30 41 36
and the checksum:
80
So to transmit the same command the input box should read:
4D,30,31
Any variation on this will cause an error to be flagged indicating why the command
is wrong. Once written the command is sent using the Send Now command.
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Cam Comms
Starting this is as with MIC Comms but by selecting the Sony Cam Comms radio
instead. So long as the MIC Comms are 100% reliable this will return the reliability
of the comms to the Sony Module inside the MIC, again returning passes, fails and
time outs in the same frame. If these are intermittent, please contact Forward
Vision for advice.
Alarms
This test monitors the state of the 8 alarm inputs if applicable, printing if they are
turned On or Off continually throughout the test in the larger of the 2 results
windows. The test is started by selecting Alarms from the options and pressing
Test.
Detect All MICs
This sends out a request to each MIC address for its Software Version printing the
Response and the respective address in the large results box. This can be used in
conjunction with setting a site of multiple MICs all to address 0 (random address)
to then find what address each is on and therefore regain control.
Communications Testing enables the user to test the quality of the
communications link to the MIC. This does require 2 way comms for any of the
below options. Use the Cancel button at any time to stop the testing process.
MIC Comms
To initiate, select the MIC Comms radio button and press Test. This will repeatedly
query the MIC for a set response the number of times of which is defined by the
Test Repetitions input box. If the response is valid and within the correct time
frame then it is logged as a pass. No response or a late response is flagged as a
time out and short or incorrect data is classed as a fail. The results of this are
continually displayed in the small window directly below the Test button. Any faults
along the length of the comms lines will normally result in fails or timeouts
dependant on the severity of the problem.
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SonySet Controls
SonySet Prest Number
This is where the SonySet Preset number is selected, there are 10 options
available relating to 10 complete camera setups.
The Sonyset tab shows the controls required for Creating, Loading, Saving,
Uploading and Downloading SonySet tables in FV protocol only.
A MIC can store 10 Sony Set tables, each containing 10 separate camera controls.
This means that a complete setup for the camera module (shutter speed, gain
level, effect etc) can be saved and loaded back at any time through an input from
the user. These can therefore be used to define certain camera states for different
positions or requirements of an installation, for example, one could be set up for
normal running auto everything, and another set-up for ANPR, with a specified
frame rate and gain etc.
Get Preset from MIC
This process will query the MIC for the table number as specified in the SonySet
Preset Number list. Each valid command and value will be shown in the table. If
any data is incorrect or the command does not exist the Sony Command column
will display "Invalid". It is not advised to reprogram a MIC with any "Invalid"
commands.
Send Preset to MIC
This will read through the entire table checking for valid commands and respective
values indicating any discrepancies, and then form the commands to send the data
to the MIC. The data is stored to the preset number as indicated in the SonySet
Preset Number in list.
These states could then be toggled by calling them up with an Execute SonySet
command.
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Execute this Preset
This will send a command to the MIC to read the commands from the preset
number in SonySet Preset Number list in memory and send them on to the Sony
module. This will only send commands stored not the ones in Camset, so to test a
Setup first use Send Preset to MIC then Execute this Preset.
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The SonySet Table
Load Table from File to MIC
It is also possible to Load a complete table of all 10 presets directly into the MIC
from a file. This will prompt the user to open an XML file containing all of the
information required. The information will not be displayed in the table display, it
will simply be sent straight to the MIC.
Save Table from MIC to File
This creates the files that can be used by the feature above. First it will prompt for
a file location to store and if valid, poll the MIC for each command of each preset
and store all of the information to an XML file.
Using the Save and Load file functions as above means it is possible to copy a
complete SonySet table from one MIC to another to easily setup a site with the
same configuration.
Clear Table
This clears the table in Camset and will not do anything to the data stored at the
location in memory in the MIC itself. To clear a MIC table, use this function and
then Send Preset to MIC.
The table on the right of the form indicates the current state of one of the presets.
The first column Sony Command indicates the command type for each of the 10
steps in each preset. The Option column indicates the current value for the chosen
command, (e.g On or Off) or if the command is a direct set type, this will indicate
the range available and the result is displayed in column 3, Value.
A full list of available commands and values is shown below.
Changing any of the Sony Commands will invoke the corresponding Option to also
change and take on the top value in the list of available options, therefore clearing
the previous setting from memory. If the command type requires a numeric input,
the corresponding Value box will indicate the lower bound of the range, which can
then be changed to any valid value.
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If only a few commands are utilised on the list then the rest should be set to "End"
which will display "N/A" in the option column.
Below is a list of the available SonySet Commands and their corresponding Values
or valid value ranges:
Table K – Sonyset Commands
Iris Set
0 to 19
Gain Control
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
Gain Set
0 to 19
Bright Control
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
Bright Set
0 to 19
Exposure Comp Control Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
Command
Value
Camera Power
On / Off
Zoom Set
0 to 28672
Digital Zoom
On / Off
Focus Set
4096 to 49152
Focus Mode
Auto / Manual
Focus Control
One Push Trigger / Force Infinity
AF Sensitivity
High / Low
Focus Near Limit
4096 to 49152
White Balance Mode
Auto / Indoor / Outdoor / One Push /
Auto Tracing / Manual
Exposure Comp Set
0 to 14
Exposure Comp Mode
On / Off
Backlight
On / Off
Aperture Control
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
Aperture Set
0 to 19
Low Lux
On / Off
Hi Resolution
On / Off
Image Flip Horiz
On / Off
Freeze Frame
Off / Negative / Black & White
On Screen Data
On / Off
Caption Display
On / Off
On / Off
White Balance Control
One Push Trigger
Auto IR
Red Gain Control
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
Camera Initialise
Lens Recal / Bad Pixel Correction
Red Gain Set
0 to 255
Image Flip
On / Off
Blue Gain Control
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
End
N/A
Blue Gain Set
0 to 255
Invalid
N/A
Exposure Mode
Auto / Manual / Shutter Priority / Iris
Priority / Gain Priority / Bright / Shutter
Auto / Iris Auto / Gain Auto
Slow Shutter Mode
Auto / Manual
Shutter Control
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
Shutter Set
0 to 19
Iris Control
Reset / Plus 1 / Minus 1
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To change a protocol loaded into a MIC400 please do the following:1. Connect the MIC400 to a PC running Universal Camset as described on
page 27, check the MIC400 is communicating correctly with Camset; this
can be checked using the Comms function.
2. Use the Browse button to locate the new .MOT file you wish to upload to
the MIC400.
3. In the Security Code section, enter the MIC serial number in the
appropriate field; click the Generate Security Code button. The security
code will now be created.
The MIC programmer allows users to change the protocol of the MIC400 camera
unit; you must have the protocol file (.MOT) you wish to upload available, these are
available on the CD with the MIC412 or from the Bosch Security Systems.
CAUTION: Ensure you have the correct version and software for
your MIC400. Uploading the wrong software may cause the
MIC400 to function incorrectly. If you are unsure of which
version you require, please contact Bosch Security Systems.
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4. Check the programming controls are correct, the default settings are
usually correct and do not typically require adjustment. Error checking can
be enabled to ensure an error free installation but this result in longer
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8. Open the MIC Setups tab and click the Load Settings into Camset button
5. Click the Upload File to MIC to begin the upload, the status of the
connection and progress of the upload will be displayed on the panel to
the right hand side. The programmer will complete the upload, perform
error checking then disengage automatically when finished, alerting the
user when completed.
9. The open dialog should automatically display the “MIC Defaults“ directory
in the Camset Install location from which the File “MIC Production
Defaults.xml” can be loaded. This will setup all the Universal Camset
controls as per the factory defaults for the MIC.
6. The MIC400 will now be loaded with the new protocol, camera control
should be enabled immediately when the new protocol is selected under
the Standard Controls tab but may require a reboot of the camera or
closing and reselecting the USB in the Comm port dropdown menu.
10. Then click Clear Softstops and NDZ and Find End Stops tickboxes.
11. Finally click the Set Current Settings to MIC, the MIC will then perform the
Endstop test and will slowly rotate to find the endstops, the whole process
should take about a minute after which the MIC is ready to use the new
protocol.
7. After programming a MIC the status of the settings can be undefined,
therefore it is good practice to reset them to the factory defaults then make
any modifications required for the specific installation.
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MIC412 Preset Codes for the Thermal Imager
The MIC412 can be controlled via the MIC-501 or MIC-516 controllers as with any
other MIC camera.
General preset codes for supported protocols can be found in Appendix B
However there are some special controls related to the thermal imaging unit in the
MIC412 which are covered here and are limited to Four (4) protocols only.
Switching between the Thermal and Optical Video modules is activated through
the LAMPS button.
Learning a preset:
PROGRAM – PRESET – (PRESET NUMBER) - ENTER
The Help file contains full instructions for all Camset functions.
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Go to a preset:
PRESET – (PRESET NUMBER) – ENTER
All thermal controls through Learn preset commands:
Command
Value
FV
Pelco
Image
On
100
61
Inversion
Off
101
62
False
White Hot
105
66
Colour
Black Hot
106
67
Ice Fire
107
68
GlowBow
108
69
FFC
AGC Mode
VCL
80
516 Shortcut
N/A
81
85
N/A
F3 On
86
87
88
F3 Off
F4 On
F4 Off
IronBow
Auto
Manual
Perform
Histogram
109
103
102
104
110
70
64
63
65
71
89
83
82
84
90
F5 On
N/A
N/A
N/A
F6 On
Linear
Auto Bright
111
112
72
73
91
92
F6 Off
N/A
Bosch Protocol
Aux Number
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
Aux On Function
Thermal Video Flip On
Thermal FFC Mode Auto
Perform FFC
Thermal Colour White Hot
Aux Off Function
Thermal Video Flip Off
Thermal FFC Mode Manual
N/A
Thermal Colour Black Hot
Thermal Colour Ice Fire
Thermal Colour IronBow
Thermal AGC Linear
Thermal Colour GlowBow
Thermal AGC Histogram
Thermal AGC Once Bright
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Technical Specifications
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CAMERA MODULE (THERMAL)
Lens
Image sensor
CAMERA MODULE (OPTICAL)
Image sensor
Picture elements
Horizontal resolution
Filter
Focus system
Iris
Synchronisation
Signal/Noise ratio
Back Light Compensation (BLC)
White balance
Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
Aperture control
36x optical zoom module
Lens
Zoom
Angle of view
Minimum illumination
Shutter speed
1/4” EXview CCD
380K NTSC / 440K PAL (WIDE)
WDR 36x modules 530 TVL NTSC / PAL
Automatic mechanical IR cut filter
Auto or manual
Auto or manual with slow shutter integration
modes
Internal / External (V-Lock)
50 dB or more
On/Off
Automatic
-3 to -28 dB, 2dB steps
16 Steps
F=3.4 mm (WIDE) to 122.4 mm (TELE),
F1.6 to F4.5
36x optical (12x digital)
57.8º (WIDE end) to 1.7º (TELE end)
1.4 lux (1/60s NTSC, 1/50s PAL, F1.6,
50 IRE),
0.1 lux (1/4s NTSC, 1/3s PAL, F1.6,
50 IRE)
0.01 lux (1/4s NTSC, 1/3s PAL, ICR ON)
NTSC: 1/4 to 1/10,000s (22 steps)
PAL: 1/3 to 1/10,000s (20 steps)
1/10,000s (20 steps) PAL
Picture elements
Spatial resolution
Field of view
Focus
Detection range
Spectral response
Thermal sensitivity
Features
50mm
Focal Plane Array (FPA), un-cooled
Vanadium Oxide microbolometer
(MIC412TI: 7.5Hz NTSC, 8.3Hz PAL)
(MIC412TF: US export licence required:
30Hz NTSC, 25Hz PAL)
324 (H) x 256 (V)
0.760 mrad with 50 mm lens
14° (H) x 11° (V) with 50 mm lens
Factory-set at infinity focus
Human: 780 m (2559 ft)
Object : 2.2 km (7218 ft)
7.5 to 13.5μm
<85 mK at F1.6
White hot, black hot and false colour
OPERATIONAL*
E-flip
Manual flip
Presets
Preset tours
Sector titles
Preset titles
Home position
Yes
Yes
64 telemetry presets accurate to less than
0.1° utilising resolver technology (using FV
protocol, 10 camera set-up presets to allow
ANPR, colour correction etc.)
6 tours, each with up to 32 presets
Yes (64 sectors), 20 characters per title
20 character caption for each of the 64
presets
Yes (preset 1 or tour)
COMMUNICATION & PROTOCOLS
Communication
Control Protocol
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RS485 / RS422
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Dimensions (W x H x D)
CONNECTIVITY
Video
Telemetry
Power
Single coaxial via composite cable
Twisted pair. Simplex, half and full duplex
operation via composite cable
Via composite cable
Alarm communication
Weight
1 x tamper input (additional inputs possible
with optional alarm card in PSU)
Tamper switch (ground connection)
Brushless Integral pan/tilt motor drive
360° continuous rotation
Up to 72° per second (variable)
260°
0.2° to 90° per second variable
Closed loop electronics
±30° (typical)
Yes
PHYSICAL
Standard colours
Standard finish
Window Wiper
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-40°C to +50°C (-40°F to +122°F)
IP68 (1 m submission for 24 hrs)
18 VAC, ±10%, 50/60 Hz
Camera: 2 A
Heater: 1 A
AVAILABLE OPTIONS
MECHANICAL
Construction material
Viewing window glass
267 x 445 x 200 mm, including 4-in. PCD
base
(10.51 x 17.52 x 7.87 ft)
9.5 kg (20.94 lb), including 4-in. PCD base
ELECTRICAL
Input voltage (dual voltage)
Input current
Drive unit
Pan angle
Pan speed
Tilt angle
Tilt speed
Speed control
Preset accuracy
Proportional P/T to Zoom
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ENVIRONMENTAL
Operational temperature
Weather proofing
ALARMS
Alarm inputs
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Configuration
Camera module (optical)
Camera colour system
Installed protocol
Telemetry control card
Window wiper
Alarm card
Washer
Upright mount or inverted mount options
36 x camera module
NTSC or PAL
Choose from current protocol list
Supplied as standard
Supplied as standard
Optional (In PSU), factory fit
Optional (washer bracket only)
ACCESSORIES
Machined aluminium
Tempered flat glass (optical) & germanium
covering (thermal)
Black (RAL9005), Grey (RAL7001) or
White (RAL9003)
Alocrom 1200 surface treatment with
powder coat paint
Standard, long-life silicon
Power supply
Mounting hardware
Cabling
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Choice of 24 VAC, 115 VAC, or 230 VAC
Compatible with all MIC series bracketry
Optional, Choose from 2 m, 10 m, 20 m or
25 m versions
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Dimension Drawings
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MIC 412 models; Upright (90°) Dimension Drawings
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Appendix B – Protocol Preset Codes
PRESET CODES
Pelco
MULTI_ALARM_PRESET
16
NORMAL_TILT_LIMIT_PRESET
26
IR_LAMP_TILT_LIMIT_PRESET
27
BAUD_2400
28
TILT_REVERSE_PRESET
29
// toggle
IMAGE_FLIP_PRESET
30
// toggle
REMAP_AN_AUX
31
PHOTOCELL_IR_ON_PRESET
32
PHOTOCELL_IR_OFF_PRESET
33
AUTOHOME_SEQUENCE_PRESET
35
AUTOHOME_OFF_PRESET
36
AUTO_IR_ON_PRESET
37
AUTO_IR_OFF_PRESET
38
CANTED_PRESET
39
BAUD_9600
40
BAUD_4800
41
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WASHWIPE_PRESET
42
AUTO_ALARM_GOTO_PRESET
43
FIND_END_STOPS
45
SEQUENCE_RECORD_PRESET
48
SEQUENCE_RECORD_STOP_PRESET
49
SET_TOUR1_PRESET
50
//
51
//
52
//
53
//
54
SET_TOUR6_PRESET
55
AUTO_ALARM_ON_PRESET
56
AUTO_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
57
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_ON_PRESET
58
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_OFF_PRESET
59
ADDRESS_CHANGE_PRESET
60
PRIVACY_PRESET_START
61
PRIVACY_PRESET_END
75
AUTOFLIP_ON_PRESET
76
AUTOFLIP_OFF_PRESET
77
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WASHWIPE_ON_PRESET
78
WASHWIPE_OFF_PRESET
79
FRAME_SCAN_START_PRESET
98
INVERTED_PRESET
80
AUTO_SCAN_START_PRESET
99
UPRIGHT_PRESET
81
AUTOHOME_10S_PRESET
40
MULTI_ALARM_ON_PRESET
82
AUTOHOME_30S_PRESET
41
MULTI_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
83
AUTOHOME_1M_PRESET
42
DIGITAL_ZOOM_DISABLE
84
AUTOHOME_5M_PRESET
43
DIGITAL_ZOOM_ENABLE
85
AUTOHOME_10M_PRESET
44
PTZ_SCALE_ON_PRESET
86
FAST_SHUTTER_PRESET
45
PTZ_SCALE_OFF_PRESET
87
//defines for limit setting
presets
NORMAL_SHUTTER_PRESET
46
PRIVACY_SET_WHOLE
75
SOFTLIMIT_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
88
// Always lowest number
PRIVACY_CLEAR_WHOLE
74
SOFTLIMIT_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
89
PRIVACY_UNCOVER_ALL
73
NONDWELL_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
90
PRIVACY_REPLACE_ALL
72
NONDWELL_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
91
// Always highest number
PRIVACY_SHOW_STYLE
71
SCAN_LIMIT_LEFT_PRESET
92
// Always lowest number
PRIVACY_HIDE_STYLE
70
SCAN_LIMIT_RIGHT_PRESET
93
PRIVACY_SET_STYLE
69
CAMERA_RECALIBRATE_PRESET
94
SCAN_SPEED_SET_PRESET
95
PRIVACY_SET_CENTRAL
PRIVACY_CLEAR_CENTRAL
68
67
STOP_SCAN_PRESET
96
PRIVACY_SHOW_CURSOR
66
RANDOM_SCAN_START_PRESET
97
PRIVACY_HIDE_CURSOR
65
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PRIVACY_SAVE_PARAMETER
64
PRIVACY_LOAD_PARAMETER
63
PRIVACY_INIT_PARAMETER
62
PICTURE_FLIP_MIRROR_ON_PRESET
188
PRIVACY_SET_CURSOR
61
PICTURE_FLIP_MIRROR_OFF_PRESET
189
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET1
240
TILT_REVERSE_ON_PRESET
190
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET10
250
TILT_REVERSE_OFF_PRESET
191
RESET_PRESETS_PRESET
255
PHOTOCELL_IR_ON_PRESET
192
PHOTOCELL_IR_OFF_PRESET
193
PAN_REVERSE_ON_PRESET
194
PAN_REVERSE_OFF_PRESET
195
AUTO_IR_ON_PRESET
196
AUTO_IR_OFF_PRESET
197
INTERMITANT_WIPE_ON_PRESET
198
INTERMITANT_WIPE_OFF_PRESET
199
SOFTLIMIT_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
200
SOFTLIMIT_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
201
NONDWELL_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
202
SPECIAL SETUP PRESETS
360 Vision
WASHWIPE_PRESET
64
AUTO_ALARM_GOTO_PRESET
65
WIPE_ON
66
WIPE_OFF
67
ON_SCREEN_DSIPLAY_TOGGLE
68
WASH_START_PRESET
69
WASH_FINISH_PRESET
70
MULTI_ALARM_PRESET
50
// allow up to 12 alarms
now.
FIND_END_STOPS
98
NONDWELL_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
203
SHOW_STARTUP_MESS
99
AUTOHOME_PRESET1_PRESET
204
AUTOHOME_SEQUENCE_PRESET
205
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// Always highest number
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PRIVACY_SET_STYLE
229
AUTOHOME_OFF_PRESET
206
PRIVACY_SET_CENTRAL
228
MULTI_ALARM_ON_PRESET
207
PRIVACY_CLEAR_CENTRAL
227
MULTI_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
208
PRIVACY_SHOW_CURSOR
226
DIGITAL_ZOOM_DISABLE
209
PRIVACY_HIDE_CURSOR
225
DIGITAL_ZOOM_ENABLE
210
PRIVACY_SAVE_PARAMETER
224
SET_TOUR1_PRESET
211
PRIVACY_LOAD_PARAMETER
223
SET_TOUR6_PRESET
216
PRIVACY_INIT_PARAMETER
222
AUTOFLIP_ON_PRESET
217
PRIVACY_SET_CURSOR
221
AUTOFLIP_OFF_PRESET
218
AUTO_ALARM_ON_PRESET
236
WASHWIPE_ON_PRESET
219
AUTO_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
237
WASHWIPE_OFF_PRESET
220
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_ON_PRESET
238
PRIVACY_PRESET_START
221
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_OFF_PRESET
239
PRIVACY_PRESET_END
235
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET1
240
PRIVACY_SET_WHOLE
235
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET10
250
PRIVACY_CLEAR_WHOLE
234
CAMERA_RECALIBRATE_PRESET
251
PRIVACY_UNCOVER_ALL
233
RESET_PRESETS_PRESET
255
PRIVACY_REPLACE_ALL
232
American Dynamics
PRIVACY_SHOW_STYLE
231
WASHWIPE_PRESET
52
PRIVACY_HIDE_STYLE
230
AUTO_ALARM_GOTO_PRESET
53
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SPECIAL SETUP PRESETS
PAN_REVERSE_ON_PRESET
54
PAN_REVERSE_OFF_PRESET
55
AUTO_IR_ON_PRESET
56
AUTO_IR_OFF_PRESET
57
INTERMITANT_WIPE_ON_PRESET
58
INTERMITANT_WIPE_OFF_PRESET
59
SOFTLIMIT_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
60
SOFTLIMIT_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
61
NONDWELL_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
62
NONDWELL_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
63
AUTOHOME_PRESET1_PRESET
64
AUTOHOME_SEQUENCE_PRESET
65
AUTOHOME_OFF_PRESET
66
MULTI_ALARM_ON_PRESET
67
MULTI_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
68
DIGITAL_ZOOM_DISABLE
69
DIGITAL_ZOOM_ENABLE
70
SET_TOUR1_PRESET
71
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//defines for limit setting
presets
// Always lowest number
// Always highest number
SET_TOUR6_PRESET
76
AUTOFLIP_ON_PRESET
77
AUTOFLIP_OFF_PRESET
78
WASHWIPE_ON_PRESET
79
WASHWIPE_OFF_PRESET
80
PRIVACY_PRESET_START
81
PRIVACY_PRESET_END
95
PRIVACY_SET_WHOLE
95
PRIVACY_CLEAR_WHOLE
94
PRIVACY_UNCOVER_ALL
93
PRIVACY_REPLACE_ALL
92
PRIVACY_SHOW_STYLE
91
PRIVACY_HIDE_STYLE
90
PRIVACY_SET_STYLE
89
PRIVACY_SET_CENTRAL
88
PRIVACY_CLEAR_CENTRAL
87
PRIVACY_SHOW_CURSOR
86
PRIVACY_HIDE_CURSOR
85
PRIVACY_SAVE_PARAMETER
84
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PRIVACY_LOAD_PARAMETER
83
WASHWIPE_PRESET
48
PRIVACY_INIT_PARAMETER
82
AUTO_ALARM_GOTO_PRESET
49
PRIVACY_SET_CURSOR
81
MULTI_ALARM_PRESET
57
AUTO_ALARM_ON_PRESET
46
PAN_REVERSE_ON_PRESET
56
AUTO_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
47
PAN_REVERSE_OFF_PRESET
55
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_ON_PRESET
48
AUTO_IR_OFF_PRESET
54
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_OFF_PRESET
49
INTERMITANT_WIPE_ON_PRESET
53
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET1
240
INTERMITANT_WIPE_OFF_PRESET
52
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET10
250
//defines for limit setting
presets
CAMERA_RECALIBRATE_PRESET
50
SOFTLIMIT_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
48
// Always lowest number
RESET_PRESETS_PRESET
51
SOFTLIMIT_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
49
AD_WIPER
70
NONDWELL_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
50
AD_WASHER
71
NONDWELL_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
51
AD_LAMPS_ON
72
AUTOHOME_SEQUENCE_PRESET
47
AD_LAMPS_OFF
73
AUTOHOME_OFF_PRESET
46
AD_OSD
74
MULTI_ALARM_ON_PRESET
45
MULTI_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
44
DIGITAL_ZOOM_DISABLE
43
DIGITAL_ZOOM_ENABLE
42
AUTOFLIP_ON_PRESET
41
// Normal Operation
presets (Goto)
Kalatel
LEFTAUTOPANLIMIT
62
//Don’t change this part of
Kalatel protocol
RIGHTAUTOPANLIMIT
63
//Don’t change this part of
Kalatel protocol
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now.
// Always highest number
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AUTOFLIP_OFF_PRESET
40
PRIVACY_REPLACE_ALL
232
WASHWIPE_ON_PRESET
39
PRIVACY_SHOW_STYLE
231
WASHWIPE_OFF_PRESET
38
PRIVACY_HIDE_STYLE
230
AUTO_ALARM_ON_PRESET
37
PRIVACY_SET_STYLE
229
AUTO_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
36
PRIVACY_SET_CENTRAL
228
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_OFF_PRESET
35
PRIVACY_CLEAR_CENTRAL
227
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET1
34
PRIVACY_SHOW_CURSOR
226
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET10
33
PRIVACY_HIDE_CURSOR
225
CAMERA_RECALIBRATE_PRESET
32
PRIVACY_SAVE_PARAMETER
224
RESET_PRESETS_PRESET
31
PRIVACY_LOAD_PARAMETER
223
PRIVACY_INIT_PARAMETER
222
AUTOHOME_PRESET1_PRESET
204
PRIVACY_SET_CURSOR
221
SET_TOUR1_PRESET
211
AUTO_IR_ON_PRESET
196
SET_TOUR6_PRESET
216
PRIVACY_PRESET_START
221
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_ON_PRESET
238
PRIVACY_PRESET_END
// Impossible to reach
these presets
Molynx
MULTI_ALARM_PRESET
24
235
WASHWIPE_PRESET
32
PRIVACY_SET_WHOLE
235
AUTO_ALARM_GOTO_PRESET
33
PRIVACY_CLEAR_WHOLE
234
PRIVACY_UNCOVER_ALL
233
AUTOHOME_PRESET1_PRESET
35
AUTOHOME_SEQUENCE_PRESET
36
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PRIVACY_PRESET_START
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AUTOHOME_OFF_PRESET
37
PRIVACY_PRESET_END
75 //235
INTERMITANT_WIPE_ON_PRESET
38
PRIVACY_SET_WHOLE
75 //235
INTERMITANT_WIPE_OFF_PRESET
39
PRIVACY_CLEAR_WHOLE
74 //234
SOFTLIMIT_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
40 //200
PRIVACY_UNCOVER_ALL
73 //233
SOFTLIMIT_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
41 //201
PRIVACY_REPLACE_ALL
72 //232
NONDWELL_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
42 //202
PRIVACY_SHOW_STYLE
71 //231
NONDWELL_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
43 //203
PRIVACY_HIDE_STYLE
70 //230
AUTO_IR_ON_PRESET
45
PRIVACY_SET_STYLE
69 //229
AUTO_IR_OFF_PRESET
46
PRIVACY_SET_CENTRAL
68 //228
MULTI_ALARM_ON_PRESET
47 //207
PRIVACY_CLEAR_CENTRAL
67 //227
MULTI_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
48 //208
PRIVACY_SHOW_CURSOR
66 //226
DIGITAL_ZOOM_DISABLE
49 //209
PRIVACY_HIDE_CURSOR
65 //225
DIGITAL_ZOOM_ENABLE
50 //210
PRIVACY_SAVE_PARAMETER
64 //224
SET_TOUR1_PRESET
51 //211
PRIVACY_LOAD_PARAMETER
63 //223
SET_TOUR6_PRESET
56 //216
PRIVACY_INIT_PARAMETER
62 //222
AUTOFLIP_ON_PRESET
57 //217
PRIVACY_SET_CURSOR
61 //221
AUTOFLIP_OFF_PRESET
58 //218
AUTO_ALARM_ON_PRESET
76 //236
WASHWIPE_ON_PRESET
59 //219
AUTO_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
77 //237
WASHWIPE_OFF_PRESET
60 //220
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_ON_PRESET
78 //238
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AUTO_LOWLIGHT_OFF_PRESET
79 //239
RESET_PRESETS_PRESET
69
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET1
80 //240
AUTOHOME_SEQUENCE_PRESET
68
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET10
90 //250
CAMERA_RECALIBRATE_PRESET
67
CAMERA_RECALIBRATE_PRESET
91 //251
DIGITAL_ZOOM_DISABLE
66
ON_SCREEN_DISPLAY_ON_PRESET
92 //236
DIGITAL_ZOOM_ENABLE
65
ON_SCREEN_DISPLAY_OFF_PRESET
93 //236
#define MENU_ON_OFF
63
//Don’t change
INVERT_PRESET
94
MENU_ENTER
64
//Don’t change
RESET_PRESETS_PRESET
95 //255
WASHWIPE_ON_PRESET
62
FIND_END_STOPS
96
WASHWIPE_OFF_PRESET
61
#define OSD_ON
60
PAN_REVERSE_ON_PRESET
59
PAN_REVERSE_OFF_PRESET
58
Panasonic
RELAY_TIME_START
252
ALARM_SETTINGS_START
235
SET_TOUR1_PRESET
87
AUTO_IR_ON_PRESET
57
SET_TOUR6_PRESET
92
AUTO_IR_OFF_PRESET
56
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET1
76
AUTO_ALARM_ON_PRESET
55
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET10
86
AUTO_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
54
AUTOFLIP_ON_PRESET
73
MULTI_ALARM_ON_PRESET
53
AUTOFLIP_OFF_PRESET
72
MULTI_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
52
INTERMITANT_WIPE_ON_PRESET
71
AUTOHOME_OFF_PRESET
51
INTERMITANT_WIPE_OFF_PRESET
70
AUTOHOME_PRESET1_PRESET
50
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AUTO_ALARM_GOTO_PRESET
49
PRIVACY_SET_CURSOR
31
WASHWIPE_PRESET
48
SOFTLIMIT_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
27
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_ON_PRESET
47
SOFTLIMIT_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
28
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_OFF_PRESET
46
NONDWELL_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
29
PRIVACY_PRESET_START
31
NONDWELL_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
30
// Always highest number
PRIVACY_PRESET_END
45
MULTI_ALARM_PRESET
14
// allows up to 12 alarms
now.
PRIVACY_SET_WHOLE
45
PRIVACY_CLEAR_WHOLE
44
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PRIVACY_UNCOVER_ALL
43
PRIVACY_PRESET_START
100
PRIVACY_REPLACE_ALL
42
PRIVACY_PRESET_END
114
PRIVACY_SHOW_STYLE
41
PRIVACY_SET_WHOLE
114
PRIVACY_HIDE_STYLE
40
PRIVACY_CLEAR_WHOLE
113
PRIVACY_SET_STYLE
39
PRIVACY_UNCOVER_ALL
112
PRIVACY_SET_CENTRAL
38
PRIVACY_REPLACE_ALL
111
PRIVACY_CLEAR_CENTRAL
37
PRIVACY_SHOW_STYLE
110
PRIVACY_SHOW_CURSOR
36
PRIVACY_HIDE_STYLE
109
PRIVACY_HIDE_CURSOR
35
PRIVACY_SET_STYLE
108
PRIVACY_SAVE_PARAMETER
34
PRIVACY_SET_CENTRAL
107
PRIVACY_LOAD_PARAMETER
33
PRIVACY_CLEAR_CENTRAL
106
PRIVACY_INIT_PARAMETER
32
PRIVACY_SHOW_CURSOR
105
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PRIVACY_HIDE_CURSOR
104
NONDWELL_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
97
PRIVACY_SAVE_PARAMETER
103
NONDWELL_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
98
PRIVACY_LOAD_PARAMETER
102
RESET_PRESETS_PRESET
99
PRIVACY_INIT_PARAMETER
101
PRIVACY_SET_CURSOR
100
Forward Vision
FIND_END_STOPS
115
WASHWIPE_PRESET
62
//AUTO_ALARM_ON_PRESET
236
AUTO_ALARM_GOTO_PRESET
63
//AUTO_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
237
MULTI_ALARM_PRESET
50
//AUTO_LOWLIGHT_ON_PRESET
238
FIND_END_STOPS
98
//AUTO_LOWLIGHT_OFF_PRESET
239
SHOW_STARTUP_MESS
99
//CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET1
240
SPECIAL SETUP PRESETS
//CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET10
250
PICTURE_FLIP_MIRROR_ON_PRESET
188
MULTI_ALARM_PRESET
// 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42
PICTURE_FLIP_MIRROR_OFF_PRESET
189
WASHWIPE_PRESET
47
TILT_REVERSE_ON_PRESET
190
AUTOHOME_PRESET
48
TILT_REVERSE_OFF_PRESET
191
AUTO_ALARM_GOTO_PRESET
49
PHOTOCELL_IR_OFF_PRESET
193
AUX1_PRESET
50
PAN_REVERSE_ON_PRESET
194
AUX26_PRESET
97
PAN_REVERSE_OFF_PRESET
195
SOFTLIMIT_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
95
AUTO_IR_ON_PRESET
196
SOFTLIMIT_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
96
AUTO_IR_OFF_PRESET
197
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// Always lowest number
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INTERMITANT_WIPE_ON_PRESET
198
PRIVACY_PRESET_START
221
INTERMITANT_WIPE_OFF_PRESET
199
PRIVACY_PRESET_END
235
SOFTLIMIT_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
200
PRIVACY_SET_WHOLE
235
PRIVACY_CLEAR_WHOLE
234
// Always lowest number
//defines for limit setting
presets
SOFTLIMIT_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
201
PRIVACY_UNCOVER_ALL
233
NONDWELL_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
202
PRIVACY_REPLACE_ALL
232
NONDWELL_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
203
PRIVACY_SHOW_STYLE
231
AUTOHOME_PRESET1_PRESET
204
PRIVACY_HIDE_STYLE
230
AUTOHOME_SEQUENCE_PRESET
205
PRIVACY_SET_STYLE
229
AUTOHOME_OFF_PRESET
206
PRIVACY_SET_CENTRAL
228
MULTI_ALARM_ON_PRESET
207
PRIVACY_CLEAR_CENTRAL
227
MULTI_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
208
PRIVACY_SHOW_CURSOR
226
DIGITAL_ZOOM_DISABLE
209
PRIVACY_HIDE_CURSOR
225
DIGITAL_ZOOM_ENABLE
210
PRIVACY_SAVE_PARAMETER
224
SET_TOUR1_PRESET
211
PRIVACY_LOAD_PARAMETER
223
SET_TOUR6_PRESET
216
PRIVACY_INIT_PARAMETER
222
AUTOFLIP_ON_PRESET
217
PRIVACY_SET_CURSOR
221
AUTOFLIP_OFF_PRESET
218
AUTO_ALARM_ON_PRESET
236
WASHWIPE_ON_PRESET
219
AUTO_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
237
WASHWIPE_OFF_PRESET
220
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_ON_PRESET
238
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AUTO_LOWLIGHT_OFF_PRESET
239
PRIVACY_UNCOVER_ALL
93
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET1
240
PRIVACY_REPLACE_ALL
92
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET10
250
PRIVACY_SHOW_STYLE
91
CAMERA_RECALIBRATE_PRESET
251
PRIVACY_HIDE_STYLE
90
RESET_PRESETS_PRESET
255
PRIVACY_SET_STYLE
89
PRIVACY_SET_CENTRAL
88
PRIVACY_CLEAR_CENTRAL
87
VCL
MULTI_ALARM_PRESET
50
WASHWIPE_PRESET
62
PRIVACY_SHOW_CURSOR
86
AUTO_ALARM_GOTO_PRESET
63
PRIVACY_HIDE_CURSOR
85
DM_PRESETS
64
PRIVACY_SAVE_PARAMETER
84
NORMAL_PRESETS
65
PRIVACY_LOAD_PARAMETER
83
FIND_END_STOPS
66
PRIVACY_INIT_PARAMETER
82
PICTURE_FLIP_MIRROR_ON_PRESET
69
PRIVACY_SET_CURSOR
81
PICTURE_FLIP_MIRROR_OFF_PRESET
70
WASHWIPE_ON_PRESET
101
TILT_REVERSE_ON_PRESET
71
WASHWIPE_OFF_PRESET
102
TILT_REVERSE_OFF_PRESET
72
DIGITAL_ZOOM_ON_PRESET
103
PRIVACY_PRESET_START
81
DIGITAL_ZOOM_OFF_PRESET
104
PRIVACY_PRESET_END
95
SET_9600_BAUD_PRESET
105
PRIVACY_SET_WHOLE
95
SET_1200_BAUD_PRESET
106
PRIVACY_CLEAR_WHOLE
94
AUTO_IR_ON_PRESET
107
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now.
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AUTO_IR_OFF_PRESET
108
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET1
240
MULTI_ALARM_ON_PRESET
109
CAMERA_COMMAND_PRESET10
250
MULTI_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
110
PAN_TILT_SCALE_ON_PRESET
PAN_TILT_SCALE_OFF_PRESET
111 //vcl keyboard does this,
but baxall doesn't!
112
CAMERA_OFF_PRESET
113
CAMERA_ON_PRESET
114
AUTO_ALARM_ON_PRESET
115
AUTO_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
116
PAN_REVERSE_PRESET
117
// swaps left/right
IR_MODE_ON_PRESET
118
// for keyboards without
lamps button
IR_MODE_OFF_PRESET
119
SOFTLIMIT_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
120
SOFTLIMIT_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
121
NONDWELL_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
122
NONDWELL_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
123
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_ON_PRESET
124
AUTO_LOWLIGHT_OFF_PRESET
125
ADDRESS_CHANGE_PRESET
126
RESET_PRESETS_PRESET
127
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// Always highest number
Vicon
PRIVACY_PRESET_START
35
PRIVACY_PRESET_END
49
PRIVACY_SET_WHOLE
49
PRIVACY_CLEAR_WHOLE
48
PRIVACY_UNCOVER_ALL
47
PRIVACY_REPLACE_ALL
46
PRIVACY_SHOW_STYLE
45
PRIVACY_HIDE_STYLE
44
PRIVACY_SET_STYLE
43
PRIVACY_SET_CENTRAL
42
PRIVACY_CLEAR_CENTRAL
41
PRIVACY_SHOW_CURSOR
40
PRIVACY_HIDE_CURSOR
39
PRIVACY_SAVE_PARAMETER
38
PRIVACY_LOAD_PARAMETER
37
PRIVACY_INIT_PARAMETER
36
PRIVACY_SET_CURSOR
35
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NONDWELL_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
92
MULTI_ALARM_PRESET
50
AUTO_IR_ON_PRESET
69
NONDWELL_BOTTOM_RIGHT_PRESET
93
AUTO_IR_OFF_PRESET
70
RESET_PRESETS_PRESET
94
MULTI_ALARM_ON_PRESET
71
REVERSE_PAN_PRESET
95
MULTI_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
72
REVERSE_TILT_PRESET
96
AUTO_ALARM_ON_PRESET
73
REVERSE_IMAGE_PRESET
97
AUTO_ALARM_OFF_PRESET
74
SET_ADDRESS_PRESET
99
AUTO_ALARM_GOTO_PRESET
50
PRIVACY_SETUP_BYTE1
101
BAUD_TOGGLE_PRESET
75
PRIVACY_SETUP_BYTE2
102
WASHER_PRESET
76
AUTOHOME_PRESET1_PRESET
103
WIPER_CONT_PRESET
77
AUTOHOME_SEQUENCE_PRESET
104
WIPER_INT5_PRESET
78
AUTOHOME_OFF_PRESET
105
WIPER_INT30_PRESET
79
MOTOR_PARAMS_BYTE_1
106
STORE_SEQUENCE_PRESET
80
MOTOR_PARAMS_BYTE_2
107
DELETE_SEQUENCE_PRESET
81
FIND_END_STOPS
108
CLEAR_SEQUENCE_PRESET
82
SET_SEQUENCE_DWELL_PRESET
83
START_SEQUENCE_PRESET
88
SOFTLIMIT_TOP_LEFT_PRESET
90
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//defines for limit setting
presets
// Always lowest number
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Notes
Americas
Bosch Security Systems Inc
850 Greenfield Road
Lancaster
Pennsylvania 17601
USA
Telephone
+1 888-289-0096
Fax
+1 585-223-9180
Email: security.sales@us.bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.us
Europe, Middle East, Africa
Bosch Security Systems B.V
P.O Box 80002
5600 JB Eindhoven
The Netherlands
Phone
+31 40 2577 284
Fax
+31 40 2577 330
emea.securitysystems@bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.com
Asia-Pacific
Bosch Security Systems Pte Ltd
38C Jalan Pemimpin
Singapore 577180
Phone
+65 6319 3450
Fax
+65 6319 3499
apr.securitysystems@bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.com
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