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TVM 328
VIDEO
MATRIX
SWITCHER
Operating
Instructions
CONTENTS
Preface ........................................................................................................................................................ 3
Features ...................................................................................................................................................... 3
Precautions ................................................................................................................................................. 3
Description .................................................................................................................................................. 4
Controls and connectors ............................................................................................................................. 6
Front Panel .......................................................................................................................................... 6
Rear Panel........................................................................................................................................... 7
Connections ................................................................................................................................................ 8
Menu programming ..................................................................................................................................... 9
System................................................................................................................................................. 9
Access ....................................................................................................................................... 10
Priority ........................................................................................................................................ 11
Menu Access ............................................................................................................................. 12
Ports........................................................................................................................................... 12
Time and Date ........................................................................................................................... 13
Events ........................................................................................................................................ 15
Functions ................................................................................................................................... 18
Synchronization.......................................................................................................................... 19
Special Safe Functions .............................................................................................................. 19
Alarm ................................................................................................................................................. 21
Enable ........................................................................................................................................ 21
Type ........................................................................................................................................... 21
Input ........................................................................................................................................... 22
Manual Reset............................................................................................................................. 22
Auto Reset ................................................................................................................................. 22
Monitor............................................................................................................................................... 23
Display ....................................................................................................................................... 23
Position ...................................................................................................................................... 23
Sequence................................................................................................................................... 24
Camera.............................................................................................................................................. 25
Title ............................................................................................................................................ 25
Alarm Title.................................................................................................................................. 25
Video Loss ................................................................................................................................. 26
Camera Control.......................................................................................................................... 26
Equipment.......................................................................................................................................... 28
Keyboards .................................................................................................................................. 28
VCR ........................................................................................................................................... 29
Switch ................................................................................................................................................ 31
Sequence................................................................................................................................... 31
Multi Sequence .......................................................................................................................... 32
Salvo .......................................................................................................................................... 33
Tour............................................................................................................................................ 34
Language........................................................................................................................................... 38
Back-Up............................................................................................................................................. 39
Standard Operation ................................................................................................................................... 40
Installation ................................................................................................................................................. 44
Tabletop Unit ..................................................................................................................................... 44
Rack Mounting................................................................................................................................... 44
Internal Settings................................................................................................................................. 44
Appearance ............................................................................................................................................... 45
Specifications ............................................................................................................................................ 45
Pin Assignment.................................................................................................................................. 46
Optional accessories ................................................................................................................................. 47
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PREFACE
PRECAUTIONS
The TVM 328 is a high quality Video Matrix
Switcher that is suitable to connect up to thirtytwo Cameras or other video sources. Eight
independent outputs allow to connect Monitors,
Video Cassette Recorders, etc. On-screen
display function allows higher operational
efficiency.
Standard
BNC-type
input,
output
and
synchronization connectors enable TVM 328 to
be used with other CCTV equipment.
• Use only the power source specified on the
rating label located on rear of the cabinet.
• Do not drop metallic parts through slots. This
action could permanently damage this unit.
Do turn power off immediately and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel.
• Avoid using this unit under the following
conditions:
-in extremely hot, cold or humid places,
-in dusty places,
-near appliances generating strong magnetic
fields,
-in places subject to direct sunlight, and
-in badly ventilated places.
• Unplug this unit from power supply and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under
the following conditions:
-if the unit does not operate normally
following the operating instructions
-if the unit has been dropped or the cabinet
has been damaged
-when the unit exhibits a distinctive change in
performance.
FEATURES
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32 Video Inputs
8 Video Outputs
1 Synchronization Input
32 Alarm Inputs
24 Open-Collector Outputs
2 Relay Outputs
RS-232/RS-485 Ports for System
Communication
VCR Clock
VCR Remote Control
Site Control
Integral Menu-Driven Setup
Password Protection with User Login
Priority Lockout
Programmable Camera Numbering
System Partitioning
Universal Tours - Programmable Camera
Tours or Salvo Tours for all Monitors
Monitor Sequence - Operator-Definable
Camera Sequence for Individual Monitors
Multi Monitor Sequence
Salvo Switching
Video Loss Detection
Automatic Activation
Alarm Processing
Real Time Clock
Function Processing
Event Action
Alarm Status Output
Delectable Multi-Language On-Screen
Display
This unit is produced to comply with Directive
89/336/EEC.
WARNING:
This is a Class A product. In a domestic
environment this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user
may be required to take adequate
measures.
WARNING:
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED!
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DESCRIPTION
MULTI-MONITOR SEQUENCE
The Multi-Sequence switching is used to define
the selected Sequences on the selected
Monitors. Up to 32 Multi-Sequences can be
defined.
INTEGRAL MENU-DRIVEN SETUP
First Monitor output provides On-Screen menus
for System programming using a System
Keyboard.
PASSWORD PROTECTION WITH USER
LOGIN
16 User-assignable Passwords are available to
limit User access to the System. Every User has
to Log-In to the System by typing his User name
and Password. The Log-In option can be
disabled.
SALVO SWITCHING
32 Salvos can be programmed for direct
operator call-up to a Monitor. A Preset scene
and Auxiliary action can be defined for each
Camera in each Salvo.
VIDEO LOSS DETECTION
Every Camera input is scanned to detect video
signal. An action is provided if an error occurs.
PRIORITY LOCKOUT
8 Priority levels, assignable to Users, permit
capture of setups by higher priority Users and
lock out of lower priority Users.
AUTOMATIC ACTIVATION
Automatic Activation of the TVM 328 functions
depending on Alarm status, Time slots and
Digital inputs.
PROGRAMMABLE CAMERA NUMBERING
User-defined On-Screen pseudo Camera
numbers assigned by floor, zone, area, etc. can
replace hardware-defined numbers to aid in site
identification.
ALARM PROCESSING
The 32 Alarm inputs capability. Each Alarm input
can be enabled/disabled from the set-up menu.
The Alarm inputs can be defined as normal
open or normal closed. The Alarm input can be
also defined as the remote alarm input. In this
way the alarm can be activated from the PC
computer, alarm center, etc. It can be cleared
manual or in the auto mode instant or after
selected delay.
SYSTEM PARTITIONING
Programmable partitioning limits User access to
Monitors, User access to Cameras, Monitor
access to Cameras and User access to
Cameras controls.
UNIVERSAL TOURS
Up to 32 Universal Tours can be defined. Tour
can have up to 64 positions. Advance in the
position occurs when one of the selected
conditions is true. The conditions are Dwell time,
Digital inputs, Alarm input status, Time slot
status and Function status. Dwell time can be
defined from 0 to 999 seconds. Every position
can activate one of the following Camera to
Monitor switching with Auxiliary actions including
Presets, Sequence to Monitor starting, MultiSequence to Monitor starting, Salvo to Monitor
executing, Relay and Open-Collector output
switching.
REAL TIME CLOCK
The real time clock with the function of the Time
slots incorporating the calendar ability has all
capability to manage the TVM 328 depending on
Time & Date. With the calendar it is possible to
define the type (up to four types) for every day in
the year. It is possible to define up to 16 Time
slots each with four time intervals plus day type.
FUNCTION PROCESSING
The Function is the logical sum of the Alarm
status, Time slots status, Function status and
Digital inputs. The Functions are used to
combine up to 3 paragraphs (Alarm status, Time
slots, etc.) in one Function status which can start
the Event action. The operations between
paragraphs are logical AND, OR, NOR, NAND
and the negate of the entire Functions. Up to 32
Functions can be defined.
MONITOR SEQUENCE
32 Sequences of up to 32 Cameras with
independent Dwell times for each Camera can
be operator-defined.
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RS-232/RS-485 PORTS FOR SYSTEM
COMMUNICATION
Up to 4 Ports are available to connect max. 8
Keyboards and other serial equipment; telemetry
receivers, VCRs, PC, etc.
EVENT ACTION
Up to 64 Events can be defined. The Event
Action is the programming utility intended to
automating the processing of the Alarms, Time
slots, Digital inputs, Functions, etc. The selected
Action is automatically started when the selected
Event happened. The Action can be Camera to
Monitor switching with Auxiliary actions including
Presets, Sequence to Monitor starting, MultiSequence to Monitor Starting, Salvo to Monitors,
starting a Tour, Relay switching and VCR
control.
SITE CONTROL
The RS-485/RS-232 ports are used to control
receivers actuating fixed or variable speed
Pan/Tilts; Lens zoom, focus and iris and
Auxiliaries at suitably equipped Camera sites.
Up to 255 Presets may be programmed per
Camera.
ALARM STATUS OUTPUT
Relay Output(s) and/or Open-Collector Output(s)
can be assigned to activate when an alarm
occurs.
VCR CLOCK
VCR Clock inputs are available to control the
TVM 328 via VCR. The Sequence of the defined
Monitor depends on the VCR Clock pulse.
DELECTABLE MULTI-LANGUAGE
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
The Date, Time, Camera number, Camera and
Monitor (alarm) status and a 16-character
programmable Title are inserted on the
Monitors. The position of the messages can be
defined. User on/off control of the Camera
number, Title in Alarm and normal mode and/or
the Date/Time is provided.
VCR REMOTE CONTROL
VCR control is available through the RS-232
serial interface and/or through the analog
resistor output of the TVM 328.
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CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS
FRONT PANEL
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(1) POWER
Switch to turn the power on/off. LED indicator
lights in the power-on position.
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REAR PANEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
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(8) RS-232 / VCR - RS-485 / P&T
Connector to connect RS-232-control VCR and
RS-485 Site control connector (D-9F). It allows
to connect up to thirty-two telemetry receivers.
Green LEDs show the RX states, red LEDs
show the TX states.
(1) DC IN
Terminal-block connector to connect Power
supply adapter 12V DC.
(2) LED
LED display and Alarm input connector (D-25F).
It allows to connect two LED displays with
common anode. Eight Alarm inputs are also
available.
(3) O.C. OUT
D-25F connector
Collector outputs.
with
twenty-four
(9) RS-232 / PC
D-9F connector - RS-232 port to connect a
Personal Computer. Green LED shows the RX
state, red LED shows the TX state.
Open(10) VCR-CLK
Two VCR Clock connectors (BNC).
(4) ALARM IN / OUT
D-25F connector with sixteen Alarm inputs and
two built-in Relays with NO, NC and common
contacts.
(11) SYNC IN
Synchronization input connector (BNC).
(12) VIDEO IN
Thirty-two video input connectors (BNC).
(5) ALARM IN
D-25F connector with eight Alarm inputs and
eight general-purpose Digital inputs.
(13) VIDEO OUT
Eight video output connectors (BNC).
(6) VCR 1 / VCR 2 / ANALOG
D-9F connector to connect two Analog-control
VCRs.
(7) RS-485 / KBD
RS-485 keyboard connector (D-9F) to connect
up to eight System Keyboards. Green LED
shows the RX state, red LED shows the TX
state.
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CONNECTIONS
• Be sure to disconnect the power supply
before connecting to other equipment.
• Also refer to the instruction manual of the
equipment to be connected.
CAM
ALARM
SENSORS
VCR
VCR
CAM
12VDC
MON
ALARM
VCR
VIDEO LOSS
VCR
FAILURE
TAPE END
MENU
MON
CAM
SEQ
SALVO
TOUR
FOCUS
ZOOM
PC
IRIS
Note:
• These connections are typical of one System
Keyboard.
• RS-485/KBD port allows to connect up to
eight Keyboards. (TKB 25)
• RS-485/P&T port allows to connect up to ten
FastScan domes (Appendix 3), up to thirtytwo
Star
MD-1200/MD-2000
domes
(Appendix 7) or up to thirty-two TC 20
domes. (Appendix 8)
• RS-232/VCR port and RS-232/PC port allow
to connect up to two Video Cassette
Recorders
(Mitsubishi,
Appendix
2),
telemetry receivers (RKD-16MFB etc.,
Appendix 4) or Personal Computer.
(Appendix 6)
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MENU PROGRAMMING
Following these procedures, the MAIN SET-UP
menu is displayed.
Access to menu programming is possible only
from a TKB 25 System Keyboard. As a security
feature this System have a Passcode entry with
Priority Levels.
To access the menus from a MiniKey System
Keyboard press the ∗ and MON and TOUR key.
To select a MAIN SET-UP menu function:
MAIN SET-UP
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
>SYSTEM
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
EQUIPMENT
SWITCH
LANGUAGE
BACK-UP
EXIT
SYSTEM
To select a SYSTEM menu function:
SYSTEM
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
>ACCESS
PRIORITY
MENU ACCESS
PORTS
TIME AND DATE
EVENTS
FUNCTIONS
SYNCHRONIZATION
SPECIAL SAFE ACTIONS
EXIT
The SYSTEM menu provide the means to define
the system Access, Priority, Menu Access,
Ports, Time and Date, Events, Functions,
Synchronization and Special Safe Functions.
Each selection of the System menu brings up
another menu.
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Access
To select a ACCESS menu function:
ACCESS
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
>CAMERA/MONITOR
USER/MONITOR
USER/CAMERA VIEW
USER/CAMERA CONTROL
EXIT
The ACCESS menus define System partitioning
which controls Cameras access to Monitors and
User access to Monitors and Cameras.
Camera/Monitor
To change the access for viewing the selected
Camera on any Monitor:
CAMERA/MONITOR
CAM:01
01
11
21
31
-
MONITOR:01
0123456789
10:YYYYYYYYYY
20:YYYYYYYYYY
30:YYYYYYYYYY
32:YY
1. Press ∗ and → keys or ∗ and ← keys to select a
Monitor. (max. 8)
2. Position the cursor to the selected Camera with ↑,
↓, ← or → key. (max. 32)
3. Press the ↵ key to change the access at the cursor
location.(Y-yes, N-no)
Press X key to return to the main ACCESS menu.
X-EXIT
In this menu it is the Monitor which controls what
can be seen on itself. If access is denied, that
Camera can not be called to that Monitor from a
Keyboard.
User/Monitor
To change the access to the Monitor from any
User:
USER/MONITOR
MON:01
USER:01
01234567
01 - 08:YYYYYYYY
1. Press ∗ and → keys or ∗ and ← keys to select a
User. (max. 16)
2. Position the cursor to the selected Monitor with ↑,
↓, ← or → key. (max. 8)
3. Press the ↵ key to change the access at the cursor
location.(Y-yes, N-no)
Press X key to return to the main ACCESS menu.
X-EXIT
This menu defines the User-to-Monitor access
which prevents selected User from accessing
selected Monitors.
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User/Camera View
To change the access to the selected Camera
from any User:
USER/CAMERA VIEW
CAM:01
01
11
21
31
-
USER:01
0123456789
10:YYYYYYYYYY
20:YYYYYYYYYY
30:YYYYYYYYYY
32:YY
1. Press ∗ and → keys or ∗ and ← keys to select a
User. (max. 16)
2. Position the cursor to the selected Camera with ↑,
↓, ← or → key. (max. 32)
3. Press the ↵ key to change the access at the cursor
location.(Y-yes, N-no)
Press X key to return to the main ACCESS menu.
X-EXIT
This menu defines the User-to-Camera viewing
access, which prevents selected User from
calling up selected Cameras for viewing on any
Monitor.
User/Camera Control
To change the Control access on selected
Cameras for selected Users:
USER/CAMERA CONTROL
CAM:01
01
11
21
31
-
USER:01
0123456789
10:YYYYYYYYYY
20:YYYYYYYYYY
30:YYYYYYYYYY
32:YY
1. Press ∗ and → keys or ∗ and ← keys to select a
User. (max. 16)
2. Position the cursor to the selected Camera with ↑,
↓, ← or → key. (max. 32)
3. Press the ↵ key to change the access at the cursor
location.(Y-yes, N-no)
Press X key to return to the main ACCESS menu.
X-EXIT
This menu defines the User-to-Camera control
access, which prevents selected User from
controlling
Cameras.
remote
functions
on
selected
Priority
To select a PRIORITY menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
PRIORITY
LOG-IN:ENABLE
>USER:001
PRIORITY LEVEL:001
PASSCODE:xxxxxx
EXIT
To enable or disable User passcode entry:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection.(Enable
or Disable)
To define the User to be selected:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the User number to be defined.(max. 16)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the User number.
To set a user Priority Level:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter a Priority Level number.(max. 8)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Priority Level.
To set a passcode:
1. Enter a maximum of six digits at the keyboard.
The PRIORITY menu is used to enable or
disable identification Passcode entry into the
System, to define the User to be selected, to
configure a Priority Level and to set a Passcode.
Passcode entry is used as a security procedure
to allow only authorized personnel to operate the
System.
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Menu access
To select a MENU ACCESS menu function move
the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
MENU ACCESS
>MENU TYPE:SYSTEM
LEVEL:1
EXIT
To define the Menu Type to be selected:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection.
To set a menu Level:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter a menu Level number. (max. 8)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the menu Level.
This menu is used to define the level of Menu
Type. If menu access is enabled, the selected
Priority Level has access to the programming
menus through the Keyboard.
Ports
To select a PORTS menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
PORTS
>PORT NUM.:1
EDIT
EXIT
To define the Port to be selected:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Port Number to be defined.
(1- RS485/P&T; 2- RS232/VCR; 3- RS-232/PC)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Port Number.
To Edit ports:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
The PORTS menu is used to select the Port
Number to be defined in the Edit Port menu.
Edit Port
To select a EDIT PORT menu function:
EDIT PORT
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
3. Press ↑ or ↓ key to change the selection.
(Baud Rate-1200, 2400, 4800 or 9600)
(Parity-Even, Odd, None)
(Protocol-VCR1, VCR2, FastScan, Videotec, Star,
TCP 1, PC)
(Word Length-7 or 8)
4. Press the ↵ key to accept the displayed selection.
>BAUD RATE:1200
PARITY:EVEN
PROTOCOL:VCR 1
WORD LENGTH:8
EXIT
The EDIT PORT menu is used to configure the
Baud Rate, Parity, Protocol and Word Length for
the selected Port.
(Appendix 2, 3, 4, 6, 7 and 8)
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Time and date
To select a TIME AND DATE menu function:
TIME AND DATE
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
>SETTINGS
CREATE CALENDAR
EDIT CALENDAR
TIME SLOTS
SOLAR/LEGAL
EXIT
The TIME AND DATE menus define Time, Date,
Day of Week, Month, Year, Day Type, Time
Slots and Solar/Legal changes.
Settings
To select a SETTINGS menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
SETTINGS
To change the Date Format:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection.
(MM-DD-YY, DD-MM-YY, YY-MM-DD)
To set the Date:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the six digits based on the selected format.
To set the Time:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the six digits.
To set the Day of Week:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection.
To accept the Settings move the cursor to the Set
line and press the ↵ key.
>DATE FORMAT:DD-MM-YY
DATE: 19-04-97
TIME: 11:59:59
DAY OF WEEK:SATURDAY
SET
EXIT
Create Calendar
To select a CREATE CALENDAR menu function
move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired
line:
CREATE CALENDAR
>YEAR:97
1ST JANUARY:SUNDAY
CREATE
EXIT
To set the Year:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the four digits.
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Year.
To change the day on the 1st January:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection.
To accept the Calendar move the cursor to the
Create line and press the ↵ key.
The CREATE CALENDAR menus define the
Calendar for the selected Year.
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Edit Calendar
To change the Day Type on selected months:
EDIT CALENDAR
1. Press ∗ and → keys or ∗ and ← keys to select a
month.
2. Position the cursor to the day of month with ↑, ↓,
← or → key.
3. Press the ↵ key to change the Day Type at the
cursor location.(Working-1,-2; Holiday-1,-2)
Press X key to return to the main TIME AND DATE
menu.
MONTH:JANUARY
DAY TYPE:WORKING-1
0123456789
1-10: 0000023000
11-20: 0023000002
21-30: 3000002300
31
: 0
X-EXIT
The EDIT CALENDAR menu is used to change
the Day Type in the created Calendar.
Time Slots
To select a TIME SLOTS menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
TIME SLOTS
>SLOT NUM.:01
EDIT
EXIT
To define the Time Slot to be selected:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Slot Number to be defined.(max.16)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Slot Number.
To Edit slots:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
The TIME SLOTS menu is used to select the
Slot Number to be defined in the Edit Slot menu.
Edit Slot
To select a EDIT SLOT menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
EDIT SLOT
>DAY TYPE:WORKING-1
FROM 01:02 TO 02:03
FROM 05:06 TO 07:08
FROM 01:02 TO 02:03
FROM 05:06 TO 07:08
EXIT
To change the Day Type:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection.
(Working-1,-2; Holiday-1,-2)
To set the Time Slot:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the eight digits.
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Solar/Legal
To select a SOLAR/LEGAL menu function move
the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
SOLAR/LEGAL
SOLAR > LEGAL
>DATE: 01-01-01
TIME: 01:01
To set the Date:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the six digits based on the selected Date
Format.
To set the Time:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the four digits.
LEGAL > SOLAR
DATE: 01-01-01
TIME: 01:01
EXIT
DATE FORMAT - DD-MM-YY
This menu is used to define the Solar to Legal
and Legal to Solar changes in the selected Year.
Events
To select a EVENTS menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
EVENTS
>EVENT NUM.:01
EVENT SOURCE:ALARM
SOURCE NUM.:01
ACTION TYPE:CAM-MON
EDIT-SET
EXIT
To define the Event Number to be selected:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Event Number to be defined. (max.64)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Event Number.
To change the Event Source:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection.(Alarm,
Alarm Reset, Function, Input, Timer, None)
To set the Source Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Source Number. (Alarm-max.160;
Function-max.32; Input-max.8; Timer-max.16)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Source Number.
To change the Action Type:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection.
(Cam-Mon, Seq-Mon, MultiSeq-Mon, Salvo, Tour,
Relay/Out, VCR)
To Edit Action Type
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
The EVENTS menu is used to identify each
Event and to program each Event for automatic
callups. A maximum of 64 Events are available
for programming.
Edit Cam-Mon
To select a EDIT CAM-MON menu function move
the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
EDIT CAM-MON
>CAMERA NUM.:01
MONITOR NUM.:01
PRESET NUM.:001
EDIT AUX
EXIT
To set the Camera, Monitor and Preset Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number. (Camera -max.32; Monitor max.8; Preset -max.255, 00-skip)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
To Edit Aux:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
This menu is used to edit Camera-Monitor
Action and to edit Camera Preset scenes.
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Edit Aux
To select EDIT AUX menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
EDIT AUX
>AUX 1:ON
AUX 2:ON
AUX 3:ON
AUX 4:ON
AUX 5:ON
AUX 6:ON
AUX 7:ON
AUX 8:ON
EXIT
To change the Aux 1 to Aux 8:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (On, Off,
Ignore)
If the Camera site is equipped with a receiver
that has auxiliary relays, an Auxiliary defined in
this menu can be activated automatically .
Edit Seq-Mon
To select a EDIT SEQ-MON menu function move
the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
EDIT SEQ-MON
>MONITOR NUM.:01
SEQ NUM.:01
EXIT
To set the Monitor and Sequence Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number. (Monitor-max.8; Seq-max.32,
33-internal)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
This menu is used to define the Sequences on
the selected Monitors that can be activated
automatically.
Edit Multi-Sequence
To select a EDIT MULTI-SEQUENCE menu
function move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the
desired line.
EDIT MULTI-SEQ
>MULTI-SEQ NUM.:01
EXIT
To set the Multi-Seq Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
This menu is used to define the Multi-Sequence
that can be activated automatically.
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Edit Salvo
To select a EDIT SALVO menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
EDIT SALVO
>SALVO NUM.:01
EXIT
To set the Salvo Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
This menu is used to define the Salvo that can
be activated automatically.
Edit Tour
To select a EDIT TOUR menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
EDIT TOUR
>TOUR NUM.:01
EXIT
To set the Tour Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
This menu is used to define the Tour that can be
activated automatically.
Edit Relay/Out
To select a EDIT RELAY/OUT menu function
move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired
line.
EDIT RELAY/OUT
>RELAY/OUT NUM.:01
STATUS:OFF
EXIT
To set the Relay/Out Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number. (Relay-01, 02; Open-Collector
Out- 03-26)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
To change the Status:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (On, Off)
This menu is used to define the Relay and
Open-Collector Outputs that can be activated
automatically.
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Edit VCR
To select a EDIT VCR menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
EDIT VCR
>VCR:VCR 1
COMMAND:POWER
COMMAND:PLAY
COMMAND:NONE
SEQ NUM.:00
EXIT
To change the VCR and Commands:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (VCR VCR 1 or VCR 2; Command -the VCR commands)
To set the Seq. Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number (max.32, 00-ignore, 33-internal,
34-defined in the VCR menu)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Seq. Number.
This menu is used to define the VCR Clock
Sequence Number and commands that can be
activated automatically.
Functions
To select a FUNCTIONS menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
FUNCTIONS
>FUNCTION NUM.:001
EDIT
EXIT
To set the Function Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Function Number to be defined. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Function Number.
To Edit Function:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
The FUNCTIONS menu is used to define the
Operations between the selected Paragraphs.
Edit Function
To select EDIT FUNCTION menu function move
the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
EDIT FUNCTION
>PAR.1 TYPE:TIMER
PAR.1 NUM.:01
OPER.1 TYPE:OR
PAR.2 TYPE:ALARM
PAR.2 NUM.:01
OPER.2 TYPE:OR
PAR.3 TYPE:FUNCTION
PAR.3 NUM.:01
NEGATE:YES
EXIT
To change the Par.1, Par.2 and Par.3 Type:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (Timer,
Alarm, Function, Input)
To set the Par.1, Par.2 and Par.3 Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number (Timer-max.16; Alarm-max.160;
Function-max.32; Input-max.8)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
To change the Oper.1 and Oper.2 Type:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (And, Or,
Nand, Nor)
To Negate the Function:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (Yes,
No)
In this menu, Operators are AND, OR, NAND
and NOR. The Function is defined as
(Par.1∗Oper.1∗Par.2)∗Oper.2∗Par.3.
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Synchronization
To select a SYNCHRONIZATION menu function
move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired
line:
SYNCHRONIZATION
>SYSTEM:PAL
MODE:NONE
EXIT
To change the System and Mode:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (System
-PAL or NTSC; Mode -None, External, Video In)
In this menu the Video In Synchronization Mode
select the first active video input from one to
eight.
Special Safe Actions
To select a SPECIAL SAFE ACTIONS menu
function:
SPECIAL SAFE ACTIONS
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
>TIME DELAY
TAPE END
EXIT
This menu is used to define the Safe Actions
used in specific Bank Applications.
(Appendix 1)
Time Delay
To select a TIME DELAY menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
TIME DELAY
To change the Source:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (Alarm
in, Function, Input, None)
To set the Source Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number (Alarm in-max.32; Functionmax.32; Input-max.8)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
To set the Time Delay:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the four digits.
To set the Relay Delay:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Relay Delay in seconds. (max.99)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Relay Delay.
To change the Monitoring and LED Display:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (On, Off)
>SOURCE:ALARM IN
SOURCE NUM.:01
TIME DELAY: 02:12
RELAY DELAY:55
MONITORING:OFF
LED-DISP:OFF
EXIT
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Tape End
To select a TAPE END menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
TAPE END
>INPUT ACTIONS
MONITORING:OFF
EDIT TITLE
BUZZER:OFF
LED:OFF
EXIT
To select Input Actions to be defined:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
To change the Monitoring, Buzzer and LED:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (On, Off)
To Edit Title:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
Input Actions
To select a INPUT ACTIONS menu function move
the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
INPUT ACTIONS
>TAPE END:ALARM IN
TAPE END NUM.:01
ARMOUR OPEN:ALARM IN
ARMOUR OPEN NUM.:02
ARMOUR CLOSE:ALARM IN
ARMOUR CLOSE NUM.:03
EXIT
To change the Tape End, Open Armour and Close
Armour:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (Alarm
in, Function, Input, None)
To set the Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number (Alarm in-max.32; Functionmax.32; Input-max.8)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
Edit Title
To enter a message in EDIT TITLE menu function:
EDIT TITLE
1. Press the ↑ or ↓ keys to change the character.
2. Press the → or ← keys to select the character
position.
Press X key to return to the main TAPE END menu.
TAPE END
↑
X-EXIT
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ALARM
To select a ALARM menu function:
ALARM
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
>ENABLE
TYPE
INPUT
MANUAL RESET
AUTO RESET
EXIT
The ALARM menu provide the means to define
the Alarm Enable, Type, Input, Manual Reset
and Auto Reset. Each selection of the Alarm
menu brings up another menu.
Alarm Enable
To change the Alarm Enable on the selected
Alarm Input:
ALARM ENABLE
INPUT:001
YES
01234567
001-008:YYYYYYYY
009-016:YYYYYYYY
017-024:YYYYYYYY
025-032:YYYYYYYY
1. Position the cursor to the selected Input with ↑, ↓,
← or → key. (max. 160)
2. Press the ↵ key to change the selection at the
cursor location.(Y-yes, N-no)
Press X key to return to the main ALARM menu.
X-EXIT
This menu is used to Enable or Disable the
selected Alarm Input.
Alarm Type
ALARM TYPE
To change the Alarm Type on the selected Alarm
Input:
INPUT:001 NO
01234567
001-008:OOOOOOOO
009-016:OOOOOOOO
017-024:OOOOOOOO
025-032:OOOOOOOO
1. Position the cursor to the selected Input with ↑, ↓,
← or → key. (max. 32)
2. Press the ↵ key to change the selection at the
cursor location. (O-NO, C-NC)
Press X key to return to the main ALARM menu.
X-EXIT
This menu is used to define the Type of Alarm
contacts on the selected Alarm Input.
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Alarm Input
To change the Alarm Input mode:
ALARM INPUT
1. Position the cursor to the selected Input with ↑, ↓,
← or → key. (max. 32)
2. Press the ↵ key to change the selection at the
cursor location.(L-Local, R-Remote)
Press X key to return to the main ALARM menu.
INPUT:001
REMOTE
01234567
001-008:LLLLLLLL
009-016:LLLLLLLL
017-024:LLLLLLLL
025-032:LLLLLLLL
X-EXIT
The ALARM INPUT menu is used to define the
mode of Alarm activation on the selected Input.
Alarm Manual Reset
To change the Alarm Manual Reset on the
selected Alarm Input:
ALARM MANUAL RESET
INPUT:001
DISABLE
01234567
001-008:DDDDDDDD
009-016:DDDDDDDD
017-024:DDDDDDDD
025-032:DDDDDDDD
1. Position the cursor to the selected Input with ↑, ↓,
← or → key. (max. 160)
2. Press the ↵ key to change the selection at the
cursor location.(D-Disable, E-Enable)
Press X key to return to the main ALARM menu.
X-EXIT
This menu is used to Enable or Disable the
Alarm Manual Reset on the selected Input.
Alarm Auto Reset
To change the Alarm Auto Reset on the selected
Alarm Input:
ALARM AUTO RESET
INPUT:001
INSTANT
01234567
O01-008:IIIIIIII
O09-016:IIIIIIII
O17-024:IIIIIIII
O25-032:IIIIIIII
1. Position the cursor to the selected Input with ↑, ↓,
← or → key. (max. 160)
2. Press the ↵ key to change the selection at the
cursor location.(I-Instant, T-Timed)
To set the Time at the Timed Auto Reset
selection:
1. Press ∗ and ↵ keys.
2. Enter the number in seconds. (max.255, 0-infinite)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
Press X key to return to the main ALARM menu.
TIME:255
X-EXIT
This menu is used to define the Alarm Auto
Reset and to set the Reset Time on the selected
Alarm Input.
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MONITOR
To select a MONITOR menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
MONITOR
>MONITOR NUM.:001
DISPLAY
POSITION
SEQUENCE
EXIT
To define the Monitor Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Monitor Number to be defined. (max.8)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Monitor Number.
To select the Display, Position and Sequence
menu function:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
The MONITOR menu provide the means to
define the Monitor Number and to set the
Display and Position.
Display
To select a DISPLAY menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
DISPLAY
>TITLE: ON
NUMBER:ON
DATE: ON
TIME: ON
STATUS:0N
EXIT
To change the selection:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (On, Off)
This menu is used to define the messages
Displayed on the screen.
Position
To select a POSITION menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
POSITION
>TITLE
NUMBER
DATE
TIME
STATUS
EXIT
To position the message:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Position the message with ↑, ↓, ← or → key to the
desired location on the screen.
Press X key to return to the main POSITION menu.
This menu is used to define the Positions of
messages displayed on the screen.
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Sequence
To select a SEQUENCE menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
SEQUENCE
>POSITIONS:10
EDIT
EXIT
To define the Positions:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Positions number. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Positions number.
To Edit Sequence:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
The SEQUENCE menus define the internal
Monitor Sequence depends on the number of
Cameras and their Positions. The internal
Sequence number is 33.
Edit Sequence
To select a EDIT SEQUENCE menu function:
EDIT SEQUENCE
POS
01.CAM:01
02.CAM:02
03.CAM:03
04.CAM:04
05.CAM:05
06.CAM:06
07.CAM:07
08.CAM:08
1. Position the cursor to the selected Camera or Time
with ↑, ↓, ← or → key.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
3. Enter the Camera Number (max.32) or Time
(max.255)
4. Press the ↵ key to accept the Camera Number or
Time.
Press X key to return to the main SEQUENCE menu.
< TIME:001
TIME:001
TIME:001
TIME:001
TIME:001
TIME:001
TIME:001
TIME:001
X-EXIT
This menu is used to define the duration of each
Camera in the selected internal Sequence.
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CAMERA
To select a CAMERA menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
CAMERA
>CAMERA NUM: 001
VIDEO IN NUM:001
TITLE
ALARM TITLE
VIDEO LOSS
CAMERA CONTROL
EXIT
To define the Camera Number and Video Input
Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number to be defined. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
To select the Title, Alarm Title, Video Loss and
Camera Control menu function:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
The CAMERA menu provide the means to
define the pseudo Camera Number in relation
with physical Video Input Number and to set the
Title, Alarm Title, Video Loss and Camera
Control.
Title
To enter a message in TITLE menu function:
TITLE:
1. Press the ↑ or ↓ keys to change the character.
2. Press the → or ← keys to select the character
position.
Press X key to return to the main CAMERA menu.
CAMERA 001
↑
X-EXIT
This menu is used to define the Camera Title
displayed on the screen.
Alarm Title
To enter a message in ALARM TITLE menu
function:
ALARM TITLE:
1. Press the ↑ or ↓ keys to change the character.
2. Press the → or ← keys to select the character
position.
Press X key to return to the main CAMERA menu.
CAMERA 001 ALARM
↑
X-EXIT
This menu is used to define the Title displayed
on the screen in the case of Alarm.
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Video Loss
To change the Video Loss testing on the selected
Video Inputs:
VIDEO LOSS
VIDEO IN:01 TEST: NO
01234567
01 - 08:NNNNNNNN
09 - 16:NNNNNNNN
17 - 24:NNNNNNNN
25 - 32:NNNNNNNN
1. Position the cursor to the selected Video Input with
↑, ↓, ← or → key. (max. 32)
2. Press the ↵ key to change the selection at the
cursor location.(Y-yes, N-no)
Press X key to return to the main CAMERA menu.
X-EXIT
This menu is used to define the Video Loss
detection on the selected Video Inputs.
Camera Control
To select a CAMERA CONTROL menu function:
CAMERA CONTROL
CAM PORT
SITE
01: 1<
001
02: 1
002
03: 1
003
04: 1
004
05: 1
005
06: 1
006
07: 1
007
08: 1
008
1. Position the cursor to the selected Port or Site with
↑, ↓, ← or → key.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
3. Enter the Port number (0- no site; 1- RS485/P&T;
2- RS232/VCR; 3- RS-232/PC) or Site number.
(max.255)
4. Press the ↵ key to accept the Port or Site number.
5. Press ∗ and ↵ keys to Edit Camera.
Press X key to return to the main CAMERA menu.
X-EXIT
This menu is used to define the Port and Site
number of each Camera controller.
(Appendix 3, 4, 7 and 8)
Edit Camera
To select a EDIT CAMERA menu function move
the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
EDIT CAMERA
>SERIAL PORT:NOT USED
ALARM
EXIT
To set the Serial Port:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection. (not
used)
To edit the Alarm:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
This menu is used to define a type of Camera
connected to the selected Site and remote
Alarm relations.
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Edit Alarm
To select a EDIT ALARM menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
EDIT ALARM
>ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
EXIT
1:000
2:000
3:000
4:000
5:000
6:000
7:000
8:000
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Alarm number to be defined.
(033-160; 000-no relation)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Alarm number.
This menu is used to define the relations
between the Alarm Input of the Camera
controller and the Alarm Input of the matrix.
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EQUIPMENT
To select a EQUIPMENT menu function:
EQUIPMENT
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
>KEYBOARDS
VCR
EXIT
The EQUIPMENT menu provide the means to
define the Keyboards and Video Cassette
Recorders connected to the matrix.
Keyboards
To select a KEYBOARDS menu function:
KEYBOARDS
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
>SERIAL
PARALLEL
EXIT
This menu is used to define the types of
Keyboards connected to the matrix.
Serial
To select a SERIAL Keyboard menu function
move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired
line:
SERIAL
>KBD
KBD
KBD
KBD
KBD
KBD
KBD
KBD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TYPE:TKB
TYPE:TKB
TYPE:TKB
TYPE:TKB
TYPE:TKB
TYPE:TKB
TYPE:TKB
TYPE:TKB
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (TKB 25)
Press X key to return to the main KEYBOARDS
menu.
X-EXIT
This menu is used to define the type of
Keyboards connected to the serial port
RS-485/KBD of the matrix.
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Parallel
To select a PARALLEL Keyboard menu function
move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired
line:
PARALLEL
>KBD
KBD
KBD
KBD
KBD
KBD
KBD
KBD
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
SOURCE:ALARM IN
SOUR. NUM.:01
SOURCE:ALARM IN
SOUR. NUM.:02
SOURCE:ALARM IN
SOUR. NUM.:03
SOURCE:ALARM IN
SOUR. NUM.:04
1. Press the ↵ key to change the Source. (Alarm In,
Input, None)
To set the Source Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number (Alarm-max.32; Input-max.8)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
Press X key to return to the main CAMERA menu.
X-EXIT
Sequence on the selected Monitor stops by
pressing the key for about three seconds. In this
manual mode the key is used to change the
Cameras in the Sequence. The Sequence starts
by pressing the key for about three seconds.
This menu is used to define the standard
sources to connect the simple one-key
Keyboards. The key is connected between the
selected Source and Ground. Keyboard (1 - 8)
controls the Sequence of the Monitor (1 - 8). The
VCR
To select a VCR menu function:
VCR
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
>VCR 1
VCR 2
EXIT
This menu is used to define the types of Video
Cassette Recorders connected to the matrix.
(Appendix 2)
VCR 1
To select a VCR 1 menu function move the cursor
with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line and press the ↵
key to access that selection:
VCR 1
>TYPE:MITSUBISHI
CONTROL:SERIAL
MONITOR:00
SEQ NUM.:01
EXIT
To change the Type and Control:
1. Press ↑ or ↓ key to change the selection.
(Type-Mitsubishi, Type1, Type2, Type3)
(Control-Serial-defined in the Ports menu; ParallelVCR1/ANALOG)
2. Press the ↵ key to accept the displayed selection.
To set the Monitor and the Seq. Number:
1. Enter the number
(Monitor: 2 - 8; 0-VCR Clock disabled)
(Seq. Number: max.32; 33-internal)
2. Press the ↵ key to accept the number.
This menu is used to define the Type of Video
Cassette Recorder with Serial or Parallel Control
connected to the selected Monitor (video
output). The Sequence Number menu function
defines the Sequence controlled by VCR Clock.
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VCR 2
To select a VCR 2 menu function move the cursor
with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line and press the ↵
key to access that selection:
VCR 2
>TYPE:MITSUBISHI
CONTROL:SERIAL
MONITOR:03
SEQ NUM.:01
EXIT
To change the Type and Control:
1. Press ↑ or ↓ key to change the selection.
(Type-Mitsubishi, Type1, Type2, Type3)
(Control-Serial-defined in the Ports menu; ParallelVCR2/ANALOG)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the displayed selection.
To set the Monitor and the Seq. Number:
1. Enter the number
(Monitor: 2 - 8; 0-VCR Clock disabled)
(Seq. Number: max.32; 33-internal)
2. Press the ↵ key to accept the number.
This menu is used to define the Type of Video
Cassette Recorder with Serial or Parallel Control
connected to the selected Monitor (video
output). The Sequence Number menu function
defines the Sequence controlled by VCR Clock.
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SWITCH
To select a SWITCH menu function:
SWITCH
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
>SEQUENCE
MULTI-SEQUENCE
SALVO
TOUR
EXIT
The SWITCH menu provide the means to define
the Sequence, Multi-Sequence, Salvo and Tour
Switching.
Sequence
To select a SEQUENCE menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
SEQUENCE
>SEQUENCE NUM.:01
POSITIONS:10
EDIT
COPY
EXIT
To define the Sequence or Positions:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Sequence and Positions number.
(max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Positions number.
To Edit or Copy Sequence:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
The SEQUENCE menus define the Sequences
depend on the number of Cameras and their
Positions.
Edit Sequence
To select a EDIT SEQUENCE menu function:
EDIT SEQUENCE
POS
01.CAM:01 < TIME:001
02.CAM:02
TIME:001
03.CAM:03
TIME:001
04.CAM:04
TIME:001
05.CAM:05
TIME:001
06.CAM:06
TIME:001
07.CAM:07
TIME:001
08.CAM:08
TIME:001
1. Position the cursor to the selected Camera or Time
with ↑, ↓, ← or → key.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
3. Enter the Camera Number (max.32) or Time
(max.255)
4. Press the ↵ key to accept the Camera Number or
Time.
Press X key to return to the main SEQUENCE menu.
X-EXIT
This menu is used to define the duration of each
Camera in the selected Sequence. If the VCR
Clock is selected the Time defines the number
of Clock pulses between two Positions.
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Copy Sequence
To select a COPY SEQUENCE menu function
move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired
line:
COPY SEQUENCE:
>SEQUENCE NUM.:01
COPY
EXIT
To define the Sequence Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Sequence Number. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Sequence Number.
To Copy the defined Sequence:
1. Press the ↵ key to accept that selection.
This menu is used to Copy the Sequence
defined in the Edit Sequence menu.
Multi Sequence
To select a MULTI-SEQUENCE menu function
move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired
line:
MULTI-SEQUENCE
MULTI-SEQ NUM.:01
>EDIT
COPY
EXIT
To define the Multi Sequence:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Multi Sequence. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
To Edit or Copy Sequence:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
This menu is used to define the Multi Sequences
on the selected Monitors.
Edit Multi-Sequence
To select a EDIT MULTI-SEQUENCE menu
function move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the
desired line:
EDIT MULTI-SEQ
MON
MON
MON
MON
MON
MON
MON
MON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
X-EXIT
SEQ:01<
SEQ:02
SEQ:03
SEQ:04
SEQ:05
SEQ:06
SEQ:07
SEQ:08
To set the Sequence:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Sequence number (max.32; 33-internal;
00-skip)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Sequence number.
Press X key to return to the main MULTI SEQUENCE
menu.
00-SKIP
This menu is used to define the selected
Sequence on the selected Monitor.
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Copy Multi-Sequence
To select a COPY MULTI-SEQUENCE menu
function move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the
desired line:
COPY MULTI-SEQ
>MULTI-SEQ NUM.:01
COPY
EXIT
To define the Multi Sequence Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Multi Sequence Number. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Multi Sequence
Number.
To Copy the defined Sequence:
1. Press the ↵ key to accept that selection.
This menu is used to Copy the Multi Sequence
defined in the Edit Multi Sequence menu.
Salvo
To select a SALVO menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
SALVO
To set the Salvo Number to be defined:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Salvo Number. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Salvo Number.
To Edit or Copy Salvo:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
>SALVO NUM.:01
EDIT
COPY
EXIT
This menu is used to define the Salvo switching.
Edit Salvo
To select a EDIT SALVO menu function:
EDIT SALVO
Press ∗ and → keys or ∗ and ← keys to select a
Monitor. (max. 8)
To set the Salvo Skip:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (On, Off)
To set the Camera and Preset number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the number. (Camera -max.32; Preset max.255, 00-skip)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the number.
To Edit Aux:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
MON.:01
>SALVO SKIP:OFF
CAMERA NUM.:001
PRESET NUM.:001
EDIT AUX
EXIT
This menu is used to define the Camera to be
switched to the selected Monitor when Salvo
switching occurs.
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Edit Aux
To select a EDIT AUX menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
EDIT AUX
To change the Aux 1 to Aux 8:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (On, Off,
Ignore)
>AUX 1:ON
AUX 2:ON
AUX 3:ON
AUX 4:ON
AUX 5:ON
AUX 6:ON
AUX 7:ON
AUX 8:ON
EXIT
If the Camera site is equipped with a receiver
that has auxiliary relays, an Auxiliary defined in
this menu can be activated when Salvo
switching occurs.
Copy Salvo
To select a COPY SALVO menu function move
the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
COPY SALVO:
>SALVO NUM.:01
COPY
EXIT
To define the Salvo Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Salvo Number. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Salvo Number.
To Copy the defined Salvo:
1. Press the ↵ key to accept that selection.
This menu is used to Copy the Salvo defined in
the Edit Salvo menu.
Tour
To select a TOUR menu function move the cursor
with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
TOUR
>TOUR NUM.:01
POSITIONS:64
EDIT
COPY
EXIT
To define the Tour Number or Positions:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Tour and Positions number. (Tourmax.32; Positions-max.64)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Positions number.
To Edit or Copy Tour:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
The TOUR menu is used to select the Tour
Number to be defined in Tour Edit menu, to
define the number of Positions and to Copy the
Tour.
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Edit Tour
To select a EDIT TOUR menu function, position
the cursor to the desired location with ↑, ↓, ← or
→ key.
EDIT TOUR
POS
01>TIME
02 TIME
03 TIME
04 TIME
05 TIME
06 TIME
07 TIME
08 TIME
:000
:000
:000
:000
:000
:000
:000
:000
CAM-MON
CAM-MON
CAM-MON
CAM-MON
CAM-MON
CAM-MON
CAM-MON
CAM-MON
To set the first column:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (Alarm,
Input, Time, Timer, or Function)
To set the second column:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the number. (Alarm-max.160; Input-max.8;
Time-max.999; Timer-max.16; Function-max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the number.
To set the third column:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection.
(Cam-Mon, Seq-Mon, Multi-Seq, Salvo or Relay/Out)
2. Press ∗ and ↵ keys to Edit that selection.
X-EXIT
Press X key to return to the main TOUR menu.
Edit Cam-Mon
To select a EDIT CAM-MON menu function move
the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
EDIT CAM-MON
>CAMERA NUM.:01
MONITOR NUM.:01
PRESET NUM.:001
EDIT AUX
EXIT
To set the Camera, Monitor and Preset Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number. (Camera-max.32; Monitormax.8; Preset-max.255, 00-skip)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
To Edit Aux:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
This menu is used to Edit the Camera-Monitor
switching and to Edit Camera Preset scenes.
Edit Aux
To select EDIT AUX menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
EDIT AUX
>AUX 1:ON
AUX 2:ON
AUX 3:ON
AUX 4:ON
AUX 5:ON
AUX 6:ON
AUX 7:ON
AUX 8:ON
EXIT
To change the Aux 1 to Aux 8:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (On, Off,
Ignore)
If the Camera site is equipped with a receiver
that has auxiliary relays, an Auxiliary defined in
this menu can be activated automatically .
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Edit Seq-Mon
To select a EDIT SEQ-MON menu function move
the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
EDIT SEQ-MON
>MONITOR NUM.:01
SEQ NUM.:01
EXIT
To set the Monitor and Sequence Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number. (Monitor-max.8; Seq-max.32,
33-internal)
3. Pres the ↵ key to accept the Number.
This menu is used to define the Sequences on
the selected Monitors that can be activated
automatically.
Edit Multi-Sequence
To select a EDIT MULTI-SEQUENCE menu
function move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the
desired line.
EDIT MULTI-SEQ
>MULTI-SEQ NUM.:01
EXIT
To set the Multi-Sequence Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
This menu is used to define the Multi-Sequence
that can be activated automatically.
Edit Salvo
To select a EDIT SALVO menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
EDIT SALVO
>SALVO NUM.:01
EXIT
To set the Salvo Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
This menu is used to define the Salvo that can
be activated automatically.
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Edit Relay/Out
To select a EDIT RELAY/OUT menu function
move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired
line.
EDIT RELAY/OUT
>RELAY/OUT NUM.:01
STATUS:OFF
EXIT
To set the Relay/Out Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Number. (Relay-01, 02; Open-Collector
Out- 03-26)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
To change the Status:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (On, Off)
This menu is used to define the Relay and
Open-Collector Outputs that can be activated
automatically.
Copy Tour
To select a COPY TOUR menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
COPY TOUR:
>TOUR NUM.:01
COPY
EXIT
To define the Tour Number:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Tour Number. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Tour Number.
To Copy the defined Tour:
1. Press the ↵ key to accept that selection.
This menu is used to Copy the Tour defined in
the Edit Tour menu.
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LANGUAGE
To select a LANGUAGE menu function:
LANGUAGE
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (English,
Italiano)
>SET:ENGLISH
EXIT
The LANGUAGE menu is used to set the OnScreen menus language.
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BACK-UP
To select a BACK-UP menu function:
BACK-UP
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
>SAVE
LOAD
SET DEFAULT
EXIT
The BACK-UP menu is used to Save or Load all
the menu settings and to define the System
standard settings.
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STANDARD OPERATION
LOG-IN OPERATION
Standard operation of the TVM 328 includes:
• Log-In Operation
• Editing a Monitor Parameters
• Calling a Monitor to a Keyboard
• Calling a Camera to the Monitor under
Control
• Pan&Tilt Control
• Lens Control
• VCR Control
• Running a Sequence and a Multi-Sequence
• Running a Tour
• Calling a Salvo
• Resetting Alarms
• Resetting a Selected Monitor
• Pre-position Control
• Auxiliary Control
• Log-Out Operation
To Log-In the System:
1. Press the ↵ key
2. Enter the User Number (3 digits) and
Password (6 digits)
The System automatically assign a free Monitor.
The On-Screen Display shows LOG-IN USER:
XXX until another key is pressed.
Automatic Log-Out occurs when all the Monitors
are occupied.
EDITING A MONITOR PARAMETERS
1. Press the ∗ and MON keys to edit a Monitor parameters:
To select a MONITOR menu function:
1. Move the cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
MONITOR
>DISPLAY
POSITION
SEQUENCE
EXIT
Display
To select a DISPLAY menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
DISPLAY
>TITLE: ON
NUMBER:ON
DATE: ON
TIME: ON
STATUS:ON
EXIT
To change the selection:
1. Press the ↵ key to change that selection. (On, Off)
This menu is used to define the messages
Displayed on the screen.
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Position
To select a POSITION menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
POSITION
>TITLE
NUMBER
DATE
TIME
STATUS
EXIT
To position the message:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Position the message with ↑, ↓, ← or → key to the
desired location on the screen.
3. Press X key to return to the main POSITION
menu.
This menu is used to define the Positions of
messages displayed on the screen.
Sequence
To select a SEQUENCE menu function move the
cursor with ↑ or ↓ key to the desired line:
SEQUENCE
>POSITIONS:10
EDIT
EXIT
To define the Positions:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
2. Enter the Positions number. (max.32)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Positions number.
To Edit Sequence:
1. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
The SEQUENCE menus define the internal
Monitor Sequence depends on the number of
Cameras and their Positions. The internal
Sequence number is 33.
Edit Sequence
To select a EDIT SEQUENCE menu function:
EDIT SEQUENCE
POS
01.CAM:01 < TIME:001
02.CAM:02
TIME:001
03.CAM:03
TIME:001
04.CAM:04
TIME:001
05.CAM:05
TIME:001
06.CAM:06
TIME:001
07.CAM:07
TIME:001
08.CAM:08
TIME:001
1. Position the cursor to the selected Camera or Time
with ↑, ↓, ← or → key.
2. Press the ↵ key to access that selection.
3. Enter the Camera Number (max.32) or Time
(max.255)
4. Press the ↵ key to accept the Camera Number or
Time.
Press X key to return to the main SEQUENCE menu.
X-EXIT
This menu is used to define the duration of each
Camera in the selected internal Sequence.
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CALLING A MONITOR TO A KEYBOARD
If desired VCR is occupied the On-Screen
Display shows NOT AVAILABLE for about two
seconds.
1. Press the MON key.
The On-Screen Display shows MONITOR
NUM.:_
2. Enter the Number of the desired Monitor.
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Monitor
Number.
If desired Monitor is occupied the On-Screen
Display shows NOT AVAILABLE for about two
seconds.
If desired Monitor is not accessible from
selected User On-Screen Display shows NO
ACCESS for about two seconds.
RUNNING A SEQUENCE AND A MULTISEQUENCE
1. Press the SEQ or MULTI-SEQ key.
The On-Screen Display shows SEQ. NUM.:_ or
MULTI-SEQ. NUM.:_.
2. Enter the Number of the desired Sequence or
Multi-Sequence.
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
RUNNING A TOUR
1. Press the TOUR key.
The On-Screen Display shows TOUR. NUM.:_.
2. Enter the Number of the desired Tour.
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Tour Number.
The TOUR STOP key is used to momentary
stop the selected Tour. The On-Screen Display
shows TOUR STOP for about two seconds.
The TOUR CONT key is used to restart the
selected Tour. The On-Screen Display shows
TOUR CONT for about two seconds.
To Reset the selected Tour press the TOUR
STOP key when the Tour is momentary
stopped. The On-Screen Display shows TOUR
RESET for about two seconds.
CALLING A CAMERA TO THE MONITOR
UNDER CONTROL
1. Press the CAM key.
The On-Screen display shows CAMERA NUM.:_
2. Enter the Number of the desired Camera.
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Camera
Number.
If selected Camera View is not accessible from
selected User On-Screen Display shows VIEW
NO ACCESS for about two seconds.
If selected Camera Control is not accessible
from selected User On-Screen Display shows
CONTROL NO ACCESS for about two seconds.
PAN&TILT CONTROL
CALLING A SALVO
The ↑, ↓, ← and → keys or JOYSTICK are used
to control the Camera Pan and Tilt features.
1. Press the SALVO key.
The On-Screen Display shows SALVO. NUM.:_.
2. Enter the Number of the desired Salvo.
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Salvo Number.
LENS CONTROL
1. For manual IRIS control use CLOSE key to
reduce and OPEN key to increase the amount of
light entering the Camera to obtain proper video
level.
2. NEAR and FAR keys are used to FOCUS the
lens.
3. ZOOM OUT and ZOOM IN keys are used to
obtain a ZOOM wide or ZOOM telephoto picture.
RESETTING ALARMS
1. Press the ALARM RESET key.
The On-Screen Display shows ALARM RESET
NUM.:_.
2. Enter the Alarm Number to be reset.
The 00 Number is used to Reset ALL the Alarms
and also to Reset ALL the Monitors.
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Alarm Reset
Number.
VCR CONTROL
1. Press the VCR key.
The On-Screen Display shows VCR NUM.:_
2. Enter the Number of the desired Video
Cassette Recorder.
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the VCR Number.
The PLAY, FF, REW, PAUSE/STILL, STOP and
REC keys are used to control the Video
Cassette Recorder.
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RESETTING A SELECTED MONITOR
AUXILIARY CONTROL
This function is used to Reset the current
Monitor when Alarms are not completely Reset
by ALARM RESET key.
1. Press the MON RESET key to Reset the
current Alarmed Monitor.
The On-Screen Display shows MONITOR
RESET for about two seconds.
The action of Auxiliaries depends on the options
installed on the Receiver at the Site being
controlled.
1. Press the AUX key.
The On-Screen Display shows AUX NUM.:_.
2. Enter the Aux Number.
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Aux Number.
The On-Screen Display shows AUX NUM.:X and
>ON
4. Press the ← or → keys to select OFF or ON.
5. Press the ↵ key to accept that selection.
PRE-POSITION CONTROL
The PRESET key is used to call preset scenes.
A preset scene is a location that the camera
points at.
To set a Preset scene:
1. Adjust the Pan, Tilt, Zoom, Iris and Focus to
obtain the desired scene.
2. Press the SET PRESET key.
The On-Screen Display shows SET PRESET
NUM.:_.
3. Enter the Number.
4. Press the ↵ key to accept the Number.
To call a Preset scene:
1. Press the PRESET key.
The On-Screen Display shows PRESET
NUM.:_.
2. Enter the Preset Number.
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Preset Number.
LOG-OUT OPERATION
1. Press the LOG-OUT key to Log-Out of the
System.
The On-Screen Display shows LOG-OUT for
about two seconds.
The SCAN key is used to moving a selected
camera through predefined vectors.
To define Vectors:
1. Press the SET SCAN key.
The On-Screen Display shows SET SCAN.
2. Define the Vectors. (Appendix 2)
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Vectors.
To activate a Scanning:
1. Press the SCAN key.
The On-Screen Display shows SCAN NUM.:_.
2. Enter the Scan Number.
3. Press the ↵ key to accept the Scan Number.
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INSTALLATION
TABLETOP UNIT
RACK MOUNTING
This unit is fitted with rubber feet on the base
plate for use as a tabletop unit.
The TVM 328 is designed for rack mounting in a
standard 19-inch (EIA) rack. Before mounting
remove the rubber feet and use the rack
mounting kits.
INTERNAL SETTINGS
Note:
• To set (factory) default operation:
1. Switch the power off.
2. Move the jumper J105 (Operation Mode)
to SET DEFAULT position.
3. Switch the power on.
4. Move the jumper J105 (Operation Mode)
to NORMAL position.
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31
370
6 30
31
274
352
5.9 5.9
88
4
88
APPEARANCE
482
SPECIFICATIONS
Video Inputs
32 (BNC), Protected
1 Vpp / 75 Ω
Video Outputs
8 (BNC)
1 Vpp / 75 Ω
Video Bandwidth
10 MHz ± 3 dB
Signal/Noise Ratio
> 60 dB
Crosstalk
56 dB (4.5 MHz)
Alarm Inputs
32 (D-25F), Protected
Relay Outputs
2 relays (D-25F)
2 A, 30 V DC/125 V AC, max.60 W (125 VA)
Digital Inputs
8 (D-25F), Protected, General-Purpose
Synchronization Input
1 (BNC), Protected
Open-Collector Outputs
24 (D-25F)
VCR Clock Inputs
2 (BNC), Protected
VCR Control
2 (D-9F), Analog
RS-232 Interfaces
2 (D-9F)
RS-485 Interfaces
2 (D-9F)
LED Display Outputs
2 (D-25F), Multiplexed, Common Anode
Power Requirement
12 V DC
Consumption
max.2 A DC
Dimensions (W x H x D)
432 x 88 x 352 mm
Weight
5.2 kg
Standard accessory
Rack Mounting Kits
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26
PIN ASSIGNMENT
DC Power Supply connector:
PIN
1
2
3
DC IN
(1)
+12V
GND
EARTH
D-25F connectors:
LED
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
(2)
LED Disp. a
LED Disp. b
LED Disp. c
LED Disp. d
LED Disp. e
LED Disp. f
LED Disp. g
LED Disp. DP
LED 1 Com.A
LED 2 Com.A
GND
GND
GND
Alarm IN 17
Alarm IN 18
Alarm IN 19
Alarm IN 20
Alarm IN 21
Alarm IN 22
Alarm IN 23
Alarm IN 24
+5V
+5V
GND
GND
Note:
• The LED Display Output is multiplexed to
connect two displays with common anode.
• The Digital Inputs are activated by
connecting to ground.
• The current of each Open Collector Output
can be 100 mA DC max.
• The current sum for all Open Collector
Outputs can be 500 mA DC max.
• The Alarm Inputs are activated by connecting
or disconnecting from ground.
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O.C.
OUT
(3)
OUT 1
OUT 2
OUT 3
OUT 4
OUT 5
OUT 6
OUT 7
OUT 8
OUT 9
OUT 10
OUT 11
OUT 12
OUT 13
OUT 14
OUT 15
OUT 16
OUT 17
OUT 18
OUT 19
OUT 20
OUT 21
OUT 22
OUT 23
OUT 24
GND
ALARM
IN / OUT
(4)
Alarm IN 1
Alarm IN 2
Alarm IN 3
Alarm IN 4
Alarm IN 5
Alarm IN 6
Alarm IN 7
Alarm IN 8
Alarm IN 9
Alarm IN 10
Alarm IN 11
Alarm IN 12
Alarm IN 13
Alarm IN 14
Alarm IN 15
Alarm IN 16
GND
GND
GND
Relay 1 Com.
Relay 1 NC
Relay 1 NO
Relay 2 Com.
Relay 2 NC
Relay 2 NO
ALARM
IN
(5)
Alarm IN 25
Alarm IN 26
Alarm IN 27
Alarm IN 28
Alarm IN 29
Alarm IN 30
Alarm IN 31
Alarm IN 32
Dig. IN 1
Dig. IN 2
Dig. IN 3
Dig. IN 4
Dig. IN 5
Dig. IN 6
Dig. IN 7
Dig. IN 8
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
D-9F connectors:
RS-485
KBD
PIN
VCR 1
VCR 2
ANALOG
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(6)
IN-1
OUT-1
GND
GND
GND
IN-2
OUT-2
+5V
+5V
(7)
RS +
RS −
NC
+12V
GND
NC
NC
NC
+5V
Note:
• The current sum for all +5V sources of the
TVM 328 can be 100 mA DC max.
• The current of +12V source can be 300 mA
max.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
• Telemetry control via coaxial cable
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RS-232
VCR
RS-485
P&T
(8)
RS+
+
RX
TX
RS+
+ (*)
GND
RS−
−
RTS
CTS
RS−
− (*)
RS-232
PC
(9)
NC
RX
TX
RS+
+ (*)
GND
NC
RTS
CTS
RS−
− (*)
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