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American Dynamics ControlCenter 1100 Specifications
ControlCenterTM
ADCC1100
Keyboard Installation and Operation Instructions
ADCC1100
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revise and improve its products. All specifications are therefore subject to change without notice.
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American Dynamics Video Products Division
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Retain this manual with the original bill of sale for future reference and, if necessary, warranty service.
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your dealer for assistance.
NOTE
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(French, Spanish and German) on the included CD.
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WARNING: TO REDUCE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
DO NOT INSTALL THIS PRODUCT IN HAZARDOUS AREAS WHERE HIGHLY COMBUSTIBLE
OR EXPLOSIVE PRODUCTS ARE STORED OR USED.
THE EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED WITH THIS MANUAL IS DESIGNED FOR USE IN A GENERAL PURPOSE CCTV INSTALLATION AND HAS NO OTHER FUNCTION. DO NOT EXCEED THE VOLTAGE AND TEMPERATURE LIMITS GIVEN IN THE SPECIFICATIONS. ONLY USE YOUR ADCC1100
KEYBOARD IN A CLEAN, DRY, DUST-FREE ENVIRONMENT.
BEFORE CLEANING, ISOLATE THE UNIT. USE ONLY A DRY, LINT-FREE CLOTH. DO NOT USE
CLEANING FLUIDS OR SOLVENTS.
THE LIGHTNING FLASH/ARROWHEAD SYMBOL, WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE, ALERTS
THE USER TO THE PRESENCE OF A SHOCK HAZARD WITHIN THE PRODUCT’S ENCLOSURE.
CAUTION: 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.
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Radio Frequency Emissions
Federal Communications Commission Code of federal regulations Part 15.
British Standard BSEN55022:1998 Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of
information technology equipment.
Electrical Safety
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. UL2044 Standard for Safety - Commercial Closed Circuit Television Equipment.
British Standard BSEN60950:1999 Safety of information technology equipment, including electrical business
equipment.
Immunity
British Standard BSEN50130-4 Alarm Systems Part 4 Electromagnetic compatibility Product family standard:
Immunity requirements for components of fire, intruder and social alarm systems.
EU Conformance Statement
A Declaration of Conformity in accordance with the above EU standards has been made and is on file with the
manufacturer.
The manufacturer declares that the product supplied with this document is complaint with the provisions of the
EMC Directive 89/336 EEC and associated amendments and, the Low Voltage Directive LVD 73/23 EEC.
Regulatory Notices
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
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AVERTISSEMENT :
POUR RÉDUIRE LES RISQUES D’ÉLECTROCUTION, NE PAS DÉPOSER LE COUVERCLE.
AUCUN COMPOSANT NE PEUT ÊTRE RÉPARÉ PAR L’UTILISATEUR. FAIRE APPEL À UN
TECHNICIEN DE MAINTENANCE COMPÉTENT.
L’APPAREIL DOIT ÊTRE PROTÉGÉ DE LA PLUIE ET DE L’HUMIDITÉ.
NE PAS INSTALLER CET APPAREIL DANS UN ENDROIT DANGEREUX OÙ DES PRODUITS
HAUTEMENT INFLAMMABLES OU EXPLOSIFS SONT STOCKÉS ET UTILISÉS.
L’ÉQUIPEMENT FOURNI AVEC CE MANUEL A ÉTÉ CONÇU POUR UNE INSTALLATION DE
SURVEILLANCE CCTV À USAGE GÉNÉRAL ET N’ASSURE AUCUNE AUTRE FONCTION. NE
PAS DÉPASSER LES SEUILS DE TENSION ET DE TEMPÉRATURE INDIQUÉS DANS LES
CARACTÉRISTIQUES TECHNIQUES. LE CLAVIER ADCC1100 NE DOIT ÊTRE UTILISÉ QUE
DANS UN ENDROIT PROPRE, SEC ET NON POUSSIÉREUX.
AVANT DE LE NETTOYER, IL DOIT ÊTRE ISOLÉ. UTILISER UNIQUEMENT UN CHIFFON
SEC ET NON PELUCHEUX. NE PAS UTILISER DE PRODUITS DE NETTOYAGE NI DE
DISSOLVANTS.
LE SYMBOLE EN FORME D’ÉCLAIR/TÊTE DE FLÈCHE DANS UN TRIANGLE ÉQUILATERAL
SIGNALE LA POSSIBILITÉ D’UN RISQUE D’ÉLECTROCUTION À L’INTÉRIEUR DU BOÎTIER
DU PRODUIT.
ATTENTION : il s’agit d’un produit de classe A. Dans un environnement domestique, ce produit est susceptible de
provoquer des interférences radio, auquel cas l’utilisateur devra éventuellement prendre des mesures appropriées.
Compatibilité électromagnétique
Émission de fréquences radio
Paragraphe 15 du code des réglementations fédérales de la FCC (Federal Communications Commission).
Norme britannique BSEN55022:1998 : limites et méthodes de mesure des caractéristiques de perturbation
radio des équipements informatiques.
Sécurité électrique
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. : norme de sécurité UL2044 : équipements commerciaux de télévision en circuit
fermé.
Norme britannique BSEN60950:1999 : sécurité des équipements informatiques, notamment les équipements
électriques commerciaux.
Immunité
Norme britannique BSEN50130-4 : systèmes d’alarme, 4ème partie, compatibilité électromagnétique Norme de
famille de produits : caractéristiques d’immunité des composants des systèmes anti-incendie, anti-intrusion et
d’alarme sociaux.
Déclaration de conformité UE
Une déclaration de conformité aux normes ci-dessus de l’Union Européenne a été réalisée et est conservée
chez le constructeur.
Le constructeur déclare le produit accompagnant ce document conforme aux dispositions de la Directive 89/
336 de la CEE et ses modifications sur la compatibilité électromagnétique et de la directive LVD 73/23 de la
CEE sur les basses tensions.
Avis réglementaires
Cet équipement est conforme au paragraphe 15 des réglementations de la FCC. Son utilisation est sujette aux
deux conditions suivantes : (1) cet équipement ne doit pas générer d’interférences nuisibles et (2) cet équipement
doit accepter les interférences éventuelles, notamment les interférences susceptibles de provoquer un
fonctionnement indésirable.
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ACHTUNG:
UM STROMSCHLÄGE ZU VERMEIDEN, DARF DIE ABDECKUNG NICHT ENTFERNT
WERDEN. DAS GERÄT ENTHÄLT KEINE DURCH DEN BENUTZER WARTBAREN TEILE.
WARTUNGSARBEITEN DÜRFEN NUR VON QUALIFIZIERTEM WARTUNGSPERSONAL
DURCHGEFÜHRT WERDEN.
DIESES GERÄT DARF KEINER FEUCHTIGKEIT ODER REGEN AUSGESETZT WERDEN.
DIESES PRODUKT DARF NICHT IN GEFAHRENBEREICHEN INSTALLIERT WERDEN, IN
DENEN LEICHT ENTFLAMMBARE ODER EXPLOSIVE PRODUKTE GELAGERT ODER
VERWENDET WERDEN.
DIE ZUSAMMEN MIT DIESEN ANLEITUNGEN GELIEFERTE AUSRÜSTUNG IST FÜR DEN
EINSATZ IN ALLGEMEINEN CCTV-ANWENDUNGEN KONZIPIERT UND DIENT KEINEM
ANDEREN ZWECK. DIE IN DEN TECHNISCHEN DATEN ANGEGEBENEN SPANNUNGS- UND
TEMPERATURGRENZEN DÜRFEN NICHT ÜBERSCHRITTEN WERDEN. VERWENDEN SIE
IHR ADCC1100-KEYBOARD NUR IN EINER SAUBEREN, STAUBFREIEN UMGEBUNG.
DAS GERÄT MUSS VOR DER REINIGUNG ISOLIERT WERDEN. VERWENDEN SIE NUR EIN
TROCKENES, FLUSENFREIES TUCH. VERWENDEN SIE KEINE
REINIGUNGSFLÜSSIGKEITEN ODER LÖSUNGSMITTEL.
DAS BLITZ-/PFEIL-SYMBOL IN EINEM GLEICHSEITIGEN DREIECK VERWEIST DEN
BENUTZER AUF EINE STROMSCHLAGGEFAHR IM INNEREN DES GEHÄUSES.
VORSICHT: Dies ist ein Produkt der Klasse A. Es kann in Wohnbereichen Funkstörungen verursachen, in
welchem Fall das Ergreifen entsprechender Maßnahmen durch den Benutzer erforderlich sein könnte.
Elektromagnetische Kompatibilität
Funkfrequenzemissionen
Bundesbehördliche Richtlinien gemäß Federal Communications Commission Code Part 15.
British Standard BSEN55022:1998 – Messgrenzen und -verfahren für Funkstörungscharakteristiken von
informationstechnischer Ausrüstung.
Elektrische Sicherheit
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. UL2044 Sicherheitsstandard – Kommerzielle CCTV-Ausrüstung.
British Standard BSEN60950:1999 – Sicherheit von informationstechnischer Ausrüstung, einschließlich
elektrischer Geschäftsausrüstung.
Immunität
British Standard BSEN50130-4 – Alarmsysteme, Teil 4, elektromagnetischer Kompatibilitätsstandard für die
Produktgruppe: Immunitätsanforderungen für Komponenten von Feuer-, Einbruchs- und öffentlichen
Alarmsystemen.
EU-Konformitätserklärung
Eine Konformitätserklärung gemäß der o. g. EU-Standards ist erfolgt und liegt beim Hersteller vor.
Der Hersteller erklärt, dass das mit diesem Dokument gelieferte Produkt die Anforderungen der EMC-Direktive
89/336 EEC und aller diesbezüglichen Änderungen sowie der Direktive für Niederspannung LVD 73/23 EEC
erfüllt.
Aufsichtsbehördliche Hinweise
Dieses Gerät entspricht Teil 15 der FCC-Richtlinien. Der Betrieb ist vorbehaltlich der beiden folgenden
Bedingungen gestattet: (1) dieses Gerät darf keine schädlichen Störungen verursachen, und (2) dieses Gerät
muss alle Störungen akzeptieren, einschließlich solcher, die den Betrieb beeinträchtigen könnten.
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ADVERTENCIA:
CON EL FIN DE REDUCIR EL RIESGO DE DESCARGA ELÉCTRICA, ABSTÉNGASE DE
RETIRAR LA CUBIERTA, YA QUE EN SU INTERIOR NO HAY NINGÚN COMPONENTE QUE
PUEDA SER REPARADO POR EL USUARIO. EN EL CASO DE QUE SEA NECESARIO, ACUDA
A PERSONAL DE SERVICIO CUALIFICADO PARA QUE REALICE LA REPARACIÓN.
NO EXPONGA ESTE DISPOSITIVO A LA LLUVIA O LA HUMEDAD.
NO INSTALE ESTE PRODUCTO EN ÁREAS PELIGROSAS EN LAS QUE HAYA ALMACENADAS
O SE UTILICEN PRODUCTOS ALTAMENTE INFLAMABLES O EXPLOSIVOS.
EL EQUIPO SUMINISTRADO CON ESTE MANUAL ESTÁ DISEÑADO PARA SU UTILIZACIÓN
EN UNA INSTALACIÓN DE CIRCUITO CERRADO DE TELEVISIÓN (CCTV) Y NO TIENE
NINGUNA OTRA FUNCIÓN. NO SUPERE LOS LÍMITES DE TENSIÓN Y TEMPERATURA
INDICADOS EN LAS ESPECIFICACIONES. UTILICE EL TECLADO ADCC1100
EXCLUSIVAMENTE EN UN ENTORNO LIMPIO, SECO Y LIBRE DE POLVO.
ANTES DE LIMPIARLO, AÍSLE LA UNIDAD. UTILICE UN PAÑO SECO Y SIN PELUSAS. NO
UTILICE LÍQUIDOS LIMPIADORES NI DISOLVENTES.
EL SÍMBOLO DE RAYO/PUNTA DE FLECHA RODEADO POR UN TRIÁNGULO EQUILÁTERO
AVISA AL USUARIO DE LA EXISTENCIA DE PELIGRO DE ELECTROCUCIÓN EN EL INTERIOR
DE LA CARCASA DEL PRODUCTO.
PRECAUCIÓN: Este es un producto de Clase A. En entornos domésticos, este producto puede provocar
interferencias de radio, en cuyo caso es posible que el usuario deba adoptar las medidas correctoras oportunas.
Compatibilidad electromagnética (EMC)
Emisión de radiofrecuencia
Parte 15 del Código normativo federal de la Comisión Federal de comunicaciones (Federal Communications
Commission, EE UU).
British Standard BSEN55022:1998 Límites y métodos de medición de características de interferencias de
radio para equipos informáticos.
Seguridad eléctrica
Estándar de seguridad de Underwriters Laboratories Inc. UL2044: Equipo comercial de circuito cerrado de
televisión.
British Standard BSEN60950:1999 Seguridad de equipos informáticos, incluidos equipos eléctricos de uso
empresarial.
Inmunidad
British Standard BSEN50130-4, Parte 4 de sistemas de alarma (Alarm Systems), estándar de compatibilidad
electromagnética para familia de productos: Requisitos de inmunidad para componentes de sistemas de alarma
antiincendios, contra intrusión y sociales.
Declaración de Conformidad de la UE
Se ha realizado la Declaración de conformidad en cumplimiento de las normas de la UE indicadas más arriba.
El fabricante es el depositario de dicha declaración.El fabricante declara que el producto suministrado con
esta documentación cumple las normas estipuladas por la Directiva sobre EMC 89/336 CEE y sus
correspondientes enmiendas y la Directiva sobre baja tensión LVD 73/23 CEE.
Avisos sobre cumplimiento de la legislación
Este dispositivo cumple la parte 15 de las normas de la FCC. Su utilización está sujeta a las siguientes dos
condiciones: (1) Este equipo no puede provocar interferencias nocivas, y (2) este equipo debe aceptar cualquier
interferencia recibida, incluidas las interferencias que puedan provocar un funcionamiento no deseado.
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CHAPTER 1: ABOUT THE ADCC1100 KEYBOARD .............................................................................. 3
Key Features ....................................................................................................................................... 3
ADCC1100 Keyboard Overview .......................................................................................................... 4
CHAPTER 2: CONNECTION AND SETUP OF THE ADCC1100 ............................................................. 6
Supplied Equipment ............................................................................................................................ 6
Setting the Jumpers for the MP-KMI .............................................................................................. 6
Installation ........................................................................................................................................... 7
Connections for Cable Distance of Seven Feet or Less ................................................................ 7
Connections for Cable Distance of Greater than Seven Feet ........................................................ 8
Configuring for MP48, AD1024 or Quicksite Mode ........................................................................ 9
CHAPTER 3: BASIC OPERATIONS ...................................................................................................... 10
Keyboard Access Control .................................................................................................................. 10
Logging on to the Keyboard: Mode 1 ........................................................................................... 11
Logging on to the Keyboard: Mode 2 ........................................................................................... 12
Logging on to the Keyboard: Mode 3 ........................................................................................... 12
Keyboard Menu Navigation ............................................................................................................... 13
Entering Data ..................................................................................................................................... 13
Selecting Monitors ............................................................................................................................. 14
Calling a Camera to View on a Monitor ............................................................................................. 14
Stepping Forward or Backwards through Previously Selected Cameras .......................................... 14
Controlling Camera Focus ................................................................................................................. 15
Controlling a Camera’s Pan, Tilt and Zoom ...................................................................................... 15
Controlling the Camera Iris ................................................................................................................ 16
Controlling Camera Flip ..................................................................................................................... 16
Auto Iris ............................................................................................................................................. 16
Calling Presets (Shots) ...................................................................................................................... 17
Running System Tours ...................................................................................................................... 17
Holding a Tour .............................................................................................................................. 18
Restarting a Tour on Hold ............................................................................................................ 18
Stepping through a Tour ............................................................................................................... 18
Reversing a Tour .......................................................................................................................... 18
Stopping a Tour ............................................................................................................................ 18
Calling a Scratch Pad Tour ................................................................................................................ 18
Calling Salvos .................................................................................................................................... 19
Acknowledging Alarms ...................................................................................................................... 19
Auxiliaries .......................................................................................................................................... 20
Setting the Keyboard Display Brightness .......................................................................................... 20
Setting the Keyboard Display Contrast ............................................................................................. 20
Enabling or Disabling the Keyboard Audible Warning ...................................................................... 20
Viewing Satellite Sites ....................................................................................................................... 21
Viewing Satellite Sites—Quicksite Mode ........................................................................................... 21
Running Patterns ............................................................................................................................... 22
Selecting and Running a Macro ........................................................................................................ 22
Selecting the Macro Page ............................................................................................................ 23
Running a Macro .......................................................................................................................... 23
Operating a VCR or Digital Recorder ................................................................................................ 24
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CHAPTER 4: PROGRAMMING WITH THE ADCC1100 KEYBOARD .................................................. 25
Setting Presets .................................................................................................................................. 25
Programming Dome Patterns ............................................................................................................ 25
Setting Scratch Pad Tours ................................................................................................................. 26
Dome Menu Functions ...................................................................................................................... 26
Navigating Dome Camera Menus ................................................................................................ 27
Locking and Unlocking a Camera ..................................................................................................... 28
Programming Macros ........................................................................................................................ 28
Stage 1 - Programming the Macro Page and Macro Icon ............................................................ 28
Programming a Macro Page Name ............................................................................................. 29
Storing the Macro Page Configuration to the Smart Card ........................................................... 30
Programming a Macro Icon .......................................................................................................... 30
Stage 2 - Programming a Macro .................................................................................................. 31
Advanced Macros ........................................................................................................................ 32
Programming Smart Cards ................................................................................................................ 33
Reading a Smart Card ................................................................................................................. 33
Programming a Smart Card ......................................................................................................... 34
Programming a New Smart Card ................................................................................................. 34
Copying Macro Information from One Smart Card to Another ..................................................... 35
Configuring Partitions ........................................................................................................................ 35
Matrix Menu ....................................................................................................................................... 38
CHAPTER 5: INSTALLER FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................ 39
Setting the Baud Rate ....................................................................................................................... 39
Enabling Lens Macro Keys ................................................................................................................ 39
Configuring for MP48, AD1024 or Quicksite Mode ............................................................................ 40
Quicksite Configuration ..................................................................................................................... 40
Configuring Satellite Sites ............................................................................................................ 41
Reading Quicksite Settings on a Smart Card .............................................................................. 42
Copying Quicksite Settings from One Smart Card to Another ..................................................... 42
APPENDIX A: MONITOR ARMING COMMANDS ................................................................................. 43
APPENDIX B: MACRO REFERENCE SHEET ...................................................................................... 44
APPENDIX C: MACRO ICON REFERENCE NUMBERS ...................................................................... 46
APPENDIX D: TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................... 48
APPENDIX E: SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................................... 49
INDEX ..................................................................................................................................................... 50
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Chapter 1: About the ADCC1100 Keyboard
This chapter describes the features of the ADCC1100 keyboard. It also describes the
location and function of the keyboard's front panel components.
Key Features
The ADCC1100 is an extremely flexible and capable product, enabling the user to
customize the keyboard interface to their personal preferences. The ADCC1100
enables the user to view and control cameras and video recorders at local and remote
facilities. Additionally, the operator can acknowledge alarms with the unit.
Operators with the relevant privileges can also perform programming functions with the
ADCC1100. These include programming of presets, patterns, system and scratch-pad
tours, and macros. Macros are user programmed functions made up of many
keystrokes that are executed with a single keystroke.
A summary listing of the ADCC1100 features follows:
•
Smart card protected access
•
Smart card configuration and macro storage
•
64 macro soft keys
•
Unique Camera Step forward/back functions
•
Pan/tilt and lens control through joystick positioning. Focus and iris adjustment
through lens control keys
•
Video recorder control and operation
•
Tour function enables programming and execution of camera sequences
•
Salvo function enables programming and execution of multiple camera scenes
•
Alarm function supports monitor alarm arming, disarming, and alarm acknowledgement
•
Pattern and preset function enables programming and execution of display
patterns and presets (shots)
•
User configured displays
•
Context sensitive soft keys
•
Camera, Monitor and Control partitioning by Smart card
•
Easy access and control of User menus and Dome menus
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Soft keys
Alphanumeric keys
Clear
Monitor
Camera
Close iris
I
Open iris
Focus far
F
Focus near
Increment camera
Decrement camera
Joystick
LCD display
Tab keys
RS232 Port
Smart Card Slot
ADCC1100 Keyboard Overview
The ADCC1100 keyboard consists of the following elements:
LCD Display - displays system information, such as the currently selected monitor or
camera, and provides the menu information for use with the Soft keys and Tab keys.
Soft Keys - these eight keys are arranged four on each side of the LCD display. Their
function is context sensitive and depends on the icon displayed by the currently
selected menu.
Tab Keys - these three keys arranged below the LCD display are used to select from
the available menu tabs e.g. Operator, Program Mode, Macros, etc.
Alphanumeric Keys - keys ranging from 0 to 9 that enable the user to select specific
cameras, monitors, presets, etc. In addition, each key legend contains letter characters
abc, def, ghi, etc. These are used to enter textual items when programming macros,
camera titles, etc.
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Clear Key - clears data entered on the alphanumeric keys.
Monitor Key - selects the monitor whose number was entered on the alphanumeric
keys.
Camera Key - selects the camera whose number was entered on the alphanumeric
keys.
Open/Close Iris Key - opens or closes the lens iris for the selected camera.
Focus Near/Focus Far Key - adjusts the lens focus for the selected camera.
Increment/Decrement Camera Key - steps forward or backward through the last 20
selected cameras. Used to step forward or backwards through a tour, or to reverse the
direction of a running tour.
Joystick - enables the user to pan, tilt, zoom and flip the selected camera.
RS232 Port - used to connect the keyboard to the switching system.
Smart Card Slot - for use with smart card media.
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Chapter 2: Connection and Setup of the ADCC1100
This chapter describes the power and data connections between the ADCC1100
keyboard and the switching system being used.
Supplied Equipment
The ADCC1100 is supplied with the following equipment and accessories:
•
Two seven foot, MP-CBL connection cables
•
One MP-KMI wall-mount keyboard matrix interface
•
UK cable and plug, USA cable and plug, mainland European cable and plug
•
MP-PSU power supply unit
•
One Administrator's Smart Card
The power supply is connected to the jack connector of the MP-KMI network access
point. The power supply must be a UL listed, Class 2 type.
Setting the Jumpers for the MP-KMI
The MP-KMI contains six jumper links that must be configured according to figure 2.1.
Access to the jumpers is obtained by removing the screw holding the cover in place.
The table shows the connectivity of the links in the MP-KMI. For most purposes the
links should be left in the 2 and 3 position and this is the default factory setting. The
KMI performs a RX / TX cross over between the keyboard and matrix RJ45 connectors
in this mode. To remove the cross over (which may be required in certain situations),
change links 3 and 4 from the default 2 and 3 linked position, to the 1 and 2 position.
Link
Matrix RJ45 pin
1 and 2 Linked
2 and 3 Linked
Lk1
Lk2
Lk3
Lk4
Lk5
Lk6
2
3
4
5
6
8
+12v
Kbd Pin 3
Kbd Pin 4
Kbd Pin 5
Kbd Pin 6
+12 v
Gnd
n/c
Kbd Pin 5
Kbd Pin 4
n/c
Gnd.
Tx
Rx
GND
LK1
LK2
LK3
LK4
LK5
LK6
1
2
3
Figure 2.1: MP-KMI Jumper Settings
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Installation
This installation should only be carried out by qualified personnel, and should conform
to all local electrical codes. Safeguards should be taken to avoid unintentional operation or damage by employees and maintenance personnel working about the premises,
by falling objects, by customers, by building vibration, and by similar causes.
CAUTION!
DO NOT CONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY UNTIL ALL
CONNECTIONS HAVE BEEN VERIFIED
Connections for Cable Distance of Seven Feet or Less
For installations where the keyboard-to-system cable distance is seven feet or less,
connect the cables in accordance with figure 2.2 below. Note the connections shown
are typical for all American Dynamics systems utilising an RS232 port.
The RJ-45 socket on the MP-KMI that is marked Matrix is connected to the switching
system using one of the MP-CBL cables supplied. The RJ-45 connector on the MP-KMI
marked Keyboard is connected to the ADCC1100 keyboard using the remaining MPCBL cable supplied.
MP-CBL
POWER, UL LISTED
CLASS 2 ONLY
POWER
SUPPLY
1
2
3
AD MATRIX
MATRIX
KEYBOARD
ADCC1100 KEYBOARD
MP-CBL
Figure 2.2: System Connections for Cable Distances of Seven Feet or Less
CAUTION!
WHEN CONNECTING TO A MEGAPOWER LT MATRIX SWITCHER,
JUMPER LINKS 3 AND 4 SHOULD BE MOVED TO THE 2 AND 3
LINKED POSITION.
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Connections for Cable Distance of Greater than Seven Feet
For installations where the keyboard-to-system cable distance is greater than seven
feet, the following additional components are required:
•
One MP-KMI wall-mount keyboard matrix interface
•
A three-wire, shielded, 18 AWG cable supplied by the installer
MP-KMI
WALL
MOUNT
TERMINAL
BLOCK
MATRIX
A
MP-KMI
WALL
MOUNT
TERMINAL
BLOCK
POWER, UL LISTED
CLASS 2 ONLY
KEYBOARD
MATRIX
MP-KMI (A) PINS
TX
RX
GND
RX
POWER
SUPPLY
TX
B
GND
RX
TX
GND
Using the additional MP-KMI, connect the cables in accordance with figure 2.3 below.
KEYBOARD
MP-KMI (B) PINS
RX
TX
GND
MP-CBL
MP-CBL
AD MATRIX
ADCC1100 KEYBOARD
Figure 2.3: System Connections for Cable Distances Greater than Seven Feet
CAUTION!
WHEN CONNECTING TO A MEGAPOWER LT MATRIX SWITCHER,
JUMPER LINKS 3 AND 4 SHOULD BE MOVED TO THE 1 AND 2
LINKED POSITION.
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Configuring for MP48, AD1024 or Quicksite Mode
The ADCC1100 keyboard is designed for use with the MP48 or AD1024 matrix switching system. The ADCC1100 keyboard needs to be set to one of these systems in order
to operate correctly.
Quicksite mode should be used to support systems with multiple AD1024 matrix sites
where switching between satellite sites has been configured to take place automatically. For example, a system with three distinct satellite sites can be created, each with
its own video inputs, video outputs and keyboards. Once trunk connections have been
made between the satellite sites, a keyboard from one site can be used to call video
inputs from another site, without having to select the site first. All the operator needs to
do is enter the pseudo number of the required video input. Refer to the AD1024
Satellite Configuration Installation Instructions for details on how AD1024 matrices can
be configured for this functionality.
AD1024 mode should be used to support single AD1024 switching matrices or systems
with multiple AD1024 sites where satellite site selection is to carried out manually. This
mode also supports the AD2150 switching matrix .
MP48 mode should be used to support the MP48, MP48+, AD168, MP168 and AD MPLT matrix systems.
1.
Using the Administrator's smart card, log on to the system.
2.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
3.
Press the NEXT soft key.
4.
Press the MP48 MODE/AD1024 MODE/QUICKSITE MODE soft key. This has a
toggle action selecting MP48 Mode, AD1024 Mode or Quicksite Mode.
5.
Remove the Administrator's smart card.
The keyboard is now set to the selected mode and will retain this setting—even after
powering off the keyboard—until it is changed again using the steps above.
Note: See the section Quicksite Configuration on page 40 for details on specifying
camera pseudo numbers in the Quicksite configuration menu.
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Chapter 3: Basic Operations
This chapter describes basic keyboard operations such as calling cameras to view on
monitors, running tours, patterns, presets, macros and salvos. It also explains menu
navigation and camera functions such as how to pan, tilt and zoom cameras, and how
to control lens functions. In addition, procedures are provided for acknowledging
alarms and controlling the various VCR functions.
Keyboard Access Control
User access to the ADCC1100 depends on whether the User Codes feature has been
enabled on the switching matrix connected to the keyboard. There are three modes of
user access control:
Mode 1
User access is controlled by the smart card only. If User Codes are disabled on the
switching matrix, then the keyboard will log on to the matrix as soon as the smart card
is inserted into the keyboard.
Mode 2
User access is controlled by a matrix User Code (which is stored on the smart card)
and by a PIN number. If User codes are enabled on the switching matrix the keyboard
will check the smart card to see if the User Code has been stored on the card. If it has,
the operator only needs to enter a PIN number.
Mode 3
User access is controlled by a matrix User Code (which is not stored on the smart card)
and by a PIN number. If no User Code is stored on the smart card, the Keyboard will
prompt the user to enter the User Code and then the PIN number.
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Keyboard Installation and Operation
Logging on to the Keyboard: Mode 1
1.
At the welcome screen (figure 3.1) insert the smart card.
2.
Depending on the privileges of the operator (supervisor, administrator or
operator) the main menu in figure 3.2 will be displayed.
TM
Please Insert Smart Card
Figure 3.1: Welcome screen
Monitor
Camera
PATTERN
AUX 2
Run
Camera
PATTERN
AUX 1
AUX 2
Run
Next
Enter
SALVO
Operator
Figure 3.2:
Monitor
AUX 1
Next
Enter
SALVO
Program Mode
Macros
Administrator/Supervisor Menus
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Operator
User Settings
Operator Menus
Macros
ADCC1100
Logging on to the Keyboard: Mode 2
1.
At the welcome screen (figure 3.1) insert the smart card.
2.
At the Enter PIN screen (figure 3.3) enter the PIN number using the alphanumeric
keys. Press the ENTER soft key.
3.
Depending on the privileges of the operator (supervisor, administrator or
operator) the main menu in figure 3.2 will be displayed.
Please Enter PIN
------
Enter
Figure 3.3: Enter PIN screen
Logging on to the Keyboard: Mode 3
1.
At the welcome screen (figure 3.1) insert the smart card.
2.
At the Enter User ID screen (figure 3.4) enter the User ID number using the
alphanumeric keys. Press the ENTER soft key.
3.
At the Enter PIN screen (figure 3.3) enter the PIN number using the alphanumeric
keys. Press the ENTER soft key.
4.
Depending on the privileges of the operator (supervisor, administrator or
operator) the main menu in figure 3.2 will be displayed.
Please Enter User ID
Enter
Figure 3.4: Enter User ID screen
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Keyboard Menu Navigation
Eight Soft keys and three Tab keys are used to navigate the menu system and make
operator selections. These keys are arranged around the LCD display screen and are
context sensitive, that is the function of each key changes according to the menu
selected. The function of each key is indicated by an icon on the LCD display adjacent
to the key.
For example, in the diagram below, the AUX 1 function would be selected by Soft key
R1; the Program Mode tab would be selected by Tab key T2, and so on.
Soft Keys (blue)
L1
Monitor
L2
PATTERN
L3
Run
L4
Camera
AUX 1
R1
AUX 2
R2
R3
Next
Enter
R4
SALVO
Operator
Program Mode
Macros
T1
T2
T3
Tab Keys (orange)
Entering Data
Data is entered using the alphanumeric keys and pressing either one of the single
function keys (monitor, camera, etc.), or by pressing a soft key—if calling a preset for
example. Data entered is initially shown next to the ENTER caption on the display, and
then moves to another part of the display after the next keypress. For example, in the
case of selecting a camera, the value entered would move to a position below the
CAMERA caption on the display after the CAMERA key had been pressed.
...and then here...
...or here
Alphanumeric keys
1 abc
2 def
3 ghi
4
jkl
5mno
6 pqr
7
stu
8
9
vwx
Monitor
6
Camera
6
AUX 1
AUX 2
PATTERN
yz
Run
Delete
8vwx
Camera
Monitor
Camera
Forward/Backward
Open/Close Iris
Enter
SALVO
F
Focus Far/Near
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Next
Numbers
entered Macros
Program Mode
initially appear here...
Operator
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Selecting Monitors
Workstation monitors display the video from the cameras and domes selected by the
operator. Each monitor has an identification number documented by the system
administrator.
To select a monitor:
1.
Enter the monitor identification number on the alphanumeric keypad. The number
entered will appear next to the ENTER caption on the display.
2.
Press the MONITOR button. The monitor number will disappear from next to the
ENTER caption and appear beneath the MONITOR caption on the display.
Calling a Camera to View on a Monitor
After a monitor has been called to the control of the ADCC1100 keyboard, a camera
can be called to view on the monitor. Each system camera has a unique identification
number documented by the system administrator.
To call a camera:
1.
Enter the camera identification number on the alphanumeric keypad. The number
entered will appear next to the ENTER caption on the display.
2.
Press the CAMERA button. The camera number will disappear from next to the
ENTER caption and appear beneath the CAMERA caption on the display.
The selected video input will now appear on the monitor screen. After calling a camera
to the selected monitor, any other camera can be called to the monitor by repeating the
two steps above.
Stepping Forward or Backwards through Previously Selected Cameras
The keyboard stores 20 cameras previously called to a monitor within a rolling memory
buffer. The memory stores the last 20 cameras selected and is lost if power from the
keyboard is disconnected or the smart card is removed. The list of stored cameras can
be stepped through by using the CAMERA FORWARD/BACKWARD key.
To step through previously selected cameras:
1.
Pressing the ▼ key moves backwards through the camera list.
2.
Press the ▲ key moves forwards through the camera list.
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Controlling a Camera’s Pan, Tilt and Zoom
Once an appropriately equipped camera has been called to view on a monitor,
the operator can manually control the camera's movement. Pan is the side-toside movement of the camera. Tilt is the up and down movement of the camera.
The ADCC1100 joystick controls the panning and tilting of cameras connected to
the switching matrix. As the joystick is moved to the left or right, and is moved
towards or away from the operator, the camera will pan and/or tilt accordingly.
For cameras with variable speed pan/tilt capability, camera movement speed is
proportional to the positioning of the joystick. The further from the stationary
centre position the joystick travels, the faster the camera will move.
Zoom refers to the apparent action of moving closer to or farther away from an
object, as seen through the camera lens. For cameras equipped with an appropriate zoom lens, the zoom function can be controlled from the joystick by
twisting it clockwise or counterclockwise. Twisting clockwise enables the lens to
zoom in. Twisting counterclockwise enables the lens to zoom out.
Center the joystick when the camera has been positioned appropriately.
Tilt up
Pan left
Pan right
Tilt down
Zoom in
Zoom out
Controlling Camera Focus
Focus refers to the action of adjusting the clarity of the camera image displayed on the
monitor. To focus the camera on a distant object, press the FAR key. To focus on a
closer object, press the NEAR key.
Focus FAR
F
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Focus NEAR
ADCC1100
Controlling the Camera Iris
Normally, the brightness of a picture is controlled by the camera's auto iris or other
feature. However, there may be times when the operator needs the picture on the
monitor to appear lighter or darker. To brighten the picture, press the OPEN iris key. To
darken the picture, press the CLOSE iris key.
CLOSE Iris
I
OPEN Iris
Controlling Camera Flip
To "flip" the camera under keyboard control 180O from its current position (for uninterrupted surveillance of objects which pass directly beneath the camera), use the flip soft
key.
To flip the camera:
1.
Press the OPERATOR tab key.
2.
Press the NEXT soft key.
3.
Press the FLIP soft key.
Note: on suitably equipped dome cameras with the auto-flip function turned on, the
dome flips automatically when the subject passes directly beneath the camera.
Auto Iris
Certain cameras are designed with Auto Iris capability. The feature can be enabled
from the keyboard as follows.
To enable auto iris:
1.
Press the OPERATOR tab key.
2.
Press the NEXT soft key.
3.
Press the AUTO IRIS soft key.
Note: using the manual OPEN or CLOSE iris key will override the Auto Iris function as
long as either of these keys is held down. The camera may or may not then return to
auto iris mode after a time interval, or it may stay in manual iris mode. This depends on
the camera under control and how the camera has been set up.
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Calling Presets (Shots)
A preset is a memorized location or scene that a pan/tilt camera can display on
operator demand. Presets are also referred to as shots or targets. Depending on the
matrix switching system used, the operator will have the option of calling a certain
number of presets, each with its own unique identification number. Presets are positioned and stored in Program mode discussed in later chapters of this manual. Once
they have been programmed, presets can be called to view on the selected monitor.
To call a preset:
1.
After calling a pan/tilt camera to view, enter the preset identification number using
the alphanumeric keys. The number entered will appear next to the ENTER
caption.
2.
Press the PRESET (
3.
The PRESET n caption will appear on the display (where n is the preset
identification number entered in step 1 above.
) soft key.
The selected video now appears on the monitor with appropriate pan, tilt, zoom, and
focus adjustments.
Running System Tours
A tour is a dynamic sequence of camera views, each of which appears on a selected
monitor screen for a specified dwell time, and each of which can have a pre-programmed preset status, auxiliary status, and connect next status. System tours are
also referred to as universal tours.
Additionally, there are monitor or "scratch-pad" tours, which are temporary tours
programmed for the operator's currently selected monitor. Scratch-pad tours can be set
up by the operator and will be discussed later.
To run a system (universal) tour:
1.
Select a monitor.
2.
Enter the system tour identification number using the alphanumeric keys. The
number entered will appear next to the ENTER caption.
3.
Press the RUN soft key.
4.
The TOUR MODE n caption will appear on the display (where n is the system tour
identification number entered in step 2 above.
Note: after the RUN soft key is pressed, its caption changes to HOLD—see Holding a
Tour below.
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Holding a Tour
A tour can be stopped and held on a single camera entry by pressing the HOLD soft
key. While a tour is on hold, all keyboard control actions (pan, tilt, lens adjustment,
auxiliary on/off functions) can be performed on the held camera.
Note: after the HOLD soft key is pressed, its caption changes to RUN—see Restarting
a Tour on Hold below.
Restarting a Tour on Hold
To restart a held tour, press the RUN soft key. The tour will continue running from the
point at which it was previously held.
Stepping through a Tour
When a tour is running, the INCREMENT / DECREMENT CAMERA keys can be used
to step through the tour.
To step through a tour:
1.
To step forward press the ▲ key.
2.
To step backward, press the ▼ key.
Reversing a Tour
When a tour is running, the INCREMENT / DECREMENT CAMERA keys can be used
to reverse the direction of a tour.
To reverse the direction of a tour:
1.
Press the ▼ key once. Note, to again reverse the tour, press the ▲ key once.
Stopping a Tour
A running system or scratch-pad tour can be stopped by either pressing the HOLD soft
key, or by calling a camera to view on the selected monitor.
Calling a Scratch Pad Tour
Each monitor can have a stored scratch-pad tour (a temporary tour programmed by the
operator).
To call a scratch-pad tour:
1.
Select the monitor for the desired scratch-pad tour (ensure that there is no tour
currently running on the selected monitor).
2.
Press the RUN soft key.
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Calling Salvos
A salvo is the simultaneous display of multiple camera scenes on a group of numerically contiguous monitors. The number of salvo entries allowed is dependant on the
matrix switching system being used. Each system salvo has a unique identification
number that defines the set of contiguous monitors.
To call a salvo:
1.
Enter the identification number of the first (lowest numbered) monitor of the
contiguous monitor group on the alphanumeric keypad. The monitor number
entered will appear next to ENTER on the keyboard's display.
2.
Press the MONITOR key.
3.
Enter the identification number for the salvo. The number entered will appear next
to ENTER on the keyboard's display.
4.
Press the SALVO soft key.
5.
The salvo will be displayed on the contiguous set of monitors.
Acknowledging Alarms
When a monitor is armed for an alarm contact, the video input associated with that
alarm contact is displayed on the monitor when the alarm is activated. If the monitor is
armed for manual clearance, any alarm displayed on the monitor can be acknowledged
(cleared) by the operator.
To acknowledge an alarm:
1.
Call the monitor that is displaying the alarm video.
2.
Press the ALARM (
) soft key.
If the monitor is sequencing multiple alarms, step through to the appropriate alarmed
video input by first pressing the RUN/HOLD soft key and then by using the CAMERA
FORWARD/BACKWARD key. Press the ALARM soft key to acknowledge the alarm.
Continue to step to and acknowledge each alarm until all the appropriate alarms have
been cleared.
Alarm signalling capability will vary depending on which switching system is connected
to the keyboard. Consult the switching system's documentation to determine the
particulars of the alarm interface.
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Auxiliaries
An auxiliary is a relay that switches devices such as camera lights, a camera washer,
and a camera wiper, on or off. The ADCC1100 keyboard can control four auxiliaries
labelled AUX 1, AUX 2, AUX 3, and AUX 4. AUX 1 and AUX 2 are on the first operator
screen, AUX 3 and AUX 4 are on the second operator screen. Soft keys are used to
turn the auxiliary function ON or OFF. The auxiliary function will remain ON until the soft
key is again pressed.
An auxiliary that is set to ON will be shown by its keyboard icon in inverse video.
The keyboard always sets auxiliary functions to OFF when a new camera is selected.
AUX 1
AUX 1
Auxiliary OFF
Auxiliary ON
Setting the Keyboard Display Brightness
1.
Press the USER SETTINGS tab key.
2.
To increase the keyboard's display brightness, press the
3.
To decrease the keyboard's display brightness, press the
+ soft key.
– soft key.
Setting the Keyboard Display Contrast
1.
Press the USER SETTINGS tab key.
2.
To increase the keyboard's display contrast, press the
3.
To decrease the keyboard's display contrast, press the
+ soft key.
– soft key.
Prog
S pad
Brightness
------------------------------------------------------Contrast
Operator
User Settings
Macros
Enabling or Disabling the Keyboard Audible Warning
1.
Press the USER SETTINGS tab key.
2.
Press the SOUND (
) soft key.
The key has a toggle action and pressing it will select either sound off or sound on as
required.
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Viewing Satellite Sites
A site is a complete matrix switcher/controller system, providing both local and remote
control of resources in a satellite network. If your workstation supports satellite site
switching capabilities, the SITE soft key accesses satellite sites.
To gain access to a satellite site:
1.
Press the OPERATOR tab key.
2.
Press the NEXT soft key.
3.
Enter the site number on the alphanumeric keypad. The site number will appear
next to ENTER on the keyboard's display.
4.
Press the SITE ( ) soft key. The new site number will appear on the SITE key
icon as SITE n where n is the site number selected in step 3 above.
SITE 1
It is now possible to call remote site monitors and cameras by the procedures discussed earlier in this chapter.
Viewing Satellite Sites—Quicksite Mode
If an AD1024 system has been set up in Quicksite mode (see page 9), a keyboard from
one satellite site can be used to call video inputs from another site, without having to
select the satellite site first.
1.
Select a monitor.
2.
Enter the camera identification number on the alphanumeric keypad. The number
entered will appear next to the ENTER caption on the display.
3.
Press the CAMERA button. The camera number will disappear from next to the
ENTER caption and appear beneath the CAMERA caption on the display. The
SITE caption is also updated to show the site to which the selected camera is
connected.
Notes
•
The number of trunk connections between satellite sites limits the amount of
cameras that can be called at any one time. For example, if there are five trunk
connections passing each way between two satellite sites, only five cameras from
one site can be called to monitors on the other site at any one time.
•
An operator can only call cameras to which they have been assigned permission.
Even when running a macro that calls cameras, the operator will only be able to
view cameras to which they have been assigned permission. See page 35 for
more details on assigning permission to cameras and monitors.
•
Refer to the AD1024 Satellite Configuration Installation Instructions for details on
how AD1024 matrices can be configured for Quicksite functionality.
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Running Patterns
A pattern is a series of pan, tilt, zoom, and focus commands defined for a dome
camera. A pattern is programmed in real time, which means that the dome remembers
each pattern segment in the actual time it takes the operator to execute a command.
To run a pattern:
1.
Press the OPERATOR tab key.
2.
Call the camera that the pattern will run on.
3.
Enter the pattern number (1 - 3) using the alphanumeric keys. The pattern
number will appear next to ENTER on the keyboard's display.
4.
Press the PATTERN soft key.
Selecting and Running a Macro
A macro is a series of keyboard inputs that is executed using a single keystroke.
Macros are arranged on the keyboard display by means of icons and macro pages.
Each macro page consists of eight icons arranged in two rows of four with each icon
adjacent to a soft key (figure 3.5). The NEXT and PREVIOUS tab keys are used to
select macro pages.
The macros that have been programmed for the switching system will be recorded by
the system administrator.
Note: figure 3.5 shows a representation of a default macro page. During macro
programming, it is possible to assign a different icon to each macro, and a different
name to each macro page.
Macro
One
Monitor
Camera
Macro
Two
Macro
Three
Macro
Four
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
Page 5
Page 6
Page 7
Page 8
Macro
Five
Macro
Six
Page One
Macro
Seven
Macro
Eight
Enter
Macro
One
Operator
Monitor
Previous
Macro
Previous
Two
Operator
Operator
Operator
Macro
Six
Next
Previous
Page
Macro
Three Previous
Operator
Eight
Next
Next
Enter
Operator
Operator
Macro
Seven
Next
Previous
Macro
Four
Operator
Previous
Macro
Eight
Next
Previous
Next
Previous
Figure 3.5: Macro Pages
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Macro
Five
Camera
Next
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Keyboard Installation and Operation
Selecting the Macro Page
1.
Press the MACROS tab to open the first macro page.
2.
Use the NEXT and PREVIOUS tab keys to select the desired macro page.
Running a Macro
Macros can be run in one of three ways:
1.
Multiple Macros - During programming, an individual macro key can have
multiple macros assigned to it. Each macro is identified using a unique number
between 1 - 9999. The required macro is run by entering a number from the
alphanumeric keypad (1 to 9999), and then pressing the soft key associated with
the macro's icon.
2.
Simple Macro - This type of macro assigns one function to a specific macro soft
key. To run the macro, navigate to the macro's icon and page and press the soft
key associated with the macro.
3.
Variable Macro - This type of macro uses the numeric entry from the keypad as a
variable during the macro's execution. For example, the macro may have been
programmed such that when the operator enters a number, the number is used to
call that camera to a monitor specified in the macro's program. This type of macro
enables an operator to greatly reduce the number of keystrokes required to call a
camera to a monitor, while also unburdening the operator from having to
remember the number of the monitor that has to be addressed. This application is
for operators who consistently utilize certain monitors at their workstations.
To run the macro, enter a number using the alphanumeric keys (this is the
variable), and press the soft key associated with the macro.
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Operating a VCR or Digital Recorder
To initiate VCR control, the operator performs the following actions:
1.
Press the OPERATOR tab key then press the NEXT soft key.
2.
Enter the number of the VCR using the numeric keys.
3.
Press the VCR soft key.
The keyboard display will change to show soft key icons which can be used to control
the selected VCR.
Monitor
Camera
Recorder
1
VCR
Enter
Operator
Eject
User Settings
Macros
Figure 3.6: VCR Control Menu
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Chapter 4: Programming with the ADCC1100 Keyboard
This chapter provides step-by-step instructions for programming the ADCC1100
keyboard. Programming operations require sufficient privileges which are controlled by
the smart card (Administrator or Supervisor).
Setting Presets
Dome, and pan/tilt cameras can be programmed with one or more preset shots.
To program a preset:
1.
Call the desired camera to a monitor.
2.
Maneuver the camera as required using the keyboard's joystick.
3.
Select the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
4.
Enter a number for the preset using the alphanumeric keys.
5.
Press the PRESET (
) soft key.
Programming Dome Patterns
Up to three patterns may be programmed for each programmable dome camera. A
pattern is a predefined sequence of dome movements. The four patterns for a dome
can collectively consist of up to 98 camera commands. A single pattern cannot have a
duration longer than 400 seconds.
To program a pattern:
1.
Call the desired dome to a monitor.
2.
Maneuver the camera to the position where the pattern will start using the
keyboard's joystick.
3.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
4.
Press the PROGRAM PATTERN soft key. The keyboard display will change to the
pattern program menu.
5.
Enter a number (1 - 3) for the pattern using the alphanumeric keys.
6.
Press the PATTERN soft key.
7.
Maneuver the camera using the joystick to define the pattern.
8.
When the pattern movements have been completed, press the END soft key.
9.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key to exit the pattern program menu.
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Setting Scratch Pad Tours
To set a scratch pad tour:
1.
Call a monitor to the keyboard.
2.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
3.
Press the KEYB CONFIG soft key.
4.
Press the PROG S PAD soft key.
5.
Enter a camera number for the first camera in the tour to be called to the monitor.
Press the ENTER soft key.
6.
Enter a dwell time for the camera in seconds (1 - 60). Press the DWELL TIME
soft key.
7.
Repeat steps 5 and 6 until all the cameras in the tour have been programmed.
8.
Press the OPERATOR tab key to exit the scratch pad tour menu.
Dome Menu Functions
The ADCC1100 keyboard can be used to configure a suitable dome camera by
remotely accessing the dome camera's menu system.
To enter the dome camera menu:
1.
Call the dome camera to the monitor.
2.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
3.
Press the DOME MENU ( ) soft key. The dome camera's configuration menu will
appear on the active monitor.
MENU
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Keyboard Installation and Operation
Navigating Dome Camera Menus
The ADCC1100 keyboard can be used to navigate through the dome camera's menu
system, and to change parameters for the dome camera.
To navigate the dome camera menu:
•
Use joystick up/down movements to choose menu items and menu parameters.
•
Use joystick clockwise/counterclockwise movements to change selected
parameters.
•
Press ENTER soft key to select menu items or parameters.
To exit a dome camera menu:
1.
Use the joystick to select QUIT WITHOUT SAVING - this will exit the dome menu
without saving any changes.
2.
Use the joystick to select EXIT AND SAVE CHANGES - this will save any
changes and exit the dome menu.
3.
Press the SAVE AND EXIT soft key.
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ADCC1100
Locking and Unlocking a Camera
Operators can lock and unlock the telemetry control of a camera to prevent other
operators from taking control, if for example it was being used to follow a suspect. Note
however that a higher priority user or keyboard will override the lock.
To lock a camera:
1.
Enter the camera identification number on the alphanumeric keypad.
2.
Press the CAMERA soft key.
3.
Press the OPERATOR tab key, then the NEXT soft key.
4.
Press the LOCK CAMERA ( ) soft key. The LOCK CAMERA key's icon will
change to UNLOCK CAMERA ( ).
LOCK
UNLOCK
To unlock a camera:
1.
Enter the camera identification number on the alphanumeric keypad.
2.
Press the CAMERA soft key.
3.
Press the OPERATOR tab key, then the NEXT soft key.
4.
Press the UNLOCK CAMERA ( ) soft key. The UNLOCK CAMERA key's icon will
change to LOCK CAMERA ( ).
UNLOCK
LOCK
Programming Macros
The macro functions on the ADCC1100 keyboard are very flexible having a number of
user-programmable attributes that enable easy macro identification.
Macros are programmed in two stages:
1.
The page and icon identifying the macro is programmed.
2.
The macro function itself is programmed.
Stage 1 - Programming the Macro Page and Macro Icon
Macros are arranged in eight "pages" with eight macros per page. Each page can have
a user-assigned name allowing macros to be grouped together by function or site
location for example. In addition, each of the 64 macro icons can be programmed to
allow easy identification by the operator.
It is important to note that during programming, macro program information is initially
stored using the keyboard's temporary memory. However, macros may be written to a
smart card either operator-by-operator, or as a "master collection" of system macros
stored on the administrator's smart card.
If the smart card is removed from the keyboard before macros have been written to it,
any programmed macros will be lost.
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Programming a Macro Page Name
To set the name used to identify a macro page:
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
2.
Press the NEXT soft key.
3.
Press the MACRO CONFIG soft key. The configure macro menu will be displayed
(figure 4.2).
Key
ID
Next
Page
Prev
Page
Page
1
Icon
Ref
Store
Config
Page
Name
Enter
Operator
Program Mode
Macros
Figure 4.2: Configure Macro Menu
4.
Select the macro page to edit (1 - 8) using the NEXT PAGE / PREV PAGE soft
keys.
5.
Press the PAGE NAME soft key. The TEXT EDITOR menu will open (figure 4.3).
Caps
A
Text Editor
Cancel
C
Next
-
Enter
Figure 4.3: Text Editor Menu
6.
Enter the characters for the title using the alphanumeric keys. Each successive
press of an alphanumeric key will enter the characters written on the key. For
example, each successive press of the number 1 key will enter a, b, c, and 1. The
case of the characters entered can be changed by pressing the CAPS soft key.
The CAPS soft key icon will change with each press, (a, A, and 1), to indicate the
type of character entered.
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After entering the first character, press the NEXT soft key. This will move the text
editor's cursor (underscore "_") to the next character of the title. Enter the next
character, and so on. If a character is entered erroneously, use the CLEAR key to
move the cursor backwards then, re-enter the character.
When the title is complete, press the ENTER soft key. The text editor menu will
close and the display will return to the configure macro menu (figure 4.2).
Storing the Macro Page Configuration to the Smart Card
To store the macro page configuration to the smart card:
1.
From the configure macro page (figure 4.2), press the STORE CONFIG soft key.
The macro page and macro icon definitions will be written to the current smart card.
Programming a Macro Icon
To set the icon used to identify a macro:
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
2.
Press the NEXT soft key.
3.
Press the MACRO CONFIG soft key. The configure macro menu will be displayed
(figure 4.2).
4.
Select the macro page on which the icon is located (1 - 8) using the NEXT PAGE
/ PREV PAGE soft keys.
5.
The eight macro icons are referenced by the configure macro menu by the
numbers 1 to 8—see figure 4.4. Enter the number corresponding to the icon to be
programmed (1 - 8) and press the KEY ID soft key.
1
Macro
One
2
Macro
Two
3
Macro
Three
4
Macro
Four
Monitor
Camera
Page One
Enter
Operator
Previous
Macro
Five
5
Macro
Six
6
Macro
Seven
7
Macro
Eight
8
Next
Figure 4.4: Macro Icon Reference Numbers
6.
Enter the reference number for the desired icon (see appendix C) and press the
ICON REF soft key.
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Stage 2 - Programming a Macro
To program a simple macro (single macro assigned to one macro soft key):
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key. Press the NEXT soft key.
2.
Press the PROG MACRO soft key. The keyboard display will change to the page
one of the macro selection pages.
3.
Use the PREVIOUS / NEXT tab keys to select the macro page that contains the
macro that is to be programmed.
4.
Press the soft key for the macro to be programmed. The keyboard display will
change to the OPERATOR menu.
5.
Enter the keystrokes that comprise the macro. Note that the keyboard actions will
not be reproduced by the switching system.
6.
After entering the macro keystrokes, press the PROGRAM MODE tab key, then
press the NEXT soft key.
7.
The PROG MACRO icon will be shown in reverse video. Press the PROG
MACRO soft key to finish programming the macro.
To program multiple macros (multiple macros assigned to one macro soft key):
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key. Press the NEXT soft key.
2.
Press the PROG MACRO soft key. The keyboard display will change to the page
one of the macro selection pages.
3.
Use the PREVIOUS / NEXT tab keys to select the macro page that contains the
macro that is to be programmed.
4.
Enter a number for the first macro that will be assigned to the macro soft key (1 9999).
5.
Press the soft key for the macro to be programmed. The keyboard display will
change to the OPERATOR menu.
6.
Enter the keystrokes that comprise the macro. Note that the keyboard actions will
not be reproduced by the switching system.
7.
After entering the macro keystrokes, press the PROGRAM MODE tab key, then
press the NEXT soft key.
8.
The PROG MACRO icon will be shown in reverse video. Press the PROG
MACRO soft key to finish programming the macro.
Additional macros may be programmed for the same macro soft key by following steps
1 through 8 above, and by using a different number for the macro at step 4.
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Advanced Macros
Macros can be programmed containing 'null' values which are substituted by input from
the operator when the macro is executed. A '0' (zero) is used as part of the macro's
program to act as a variable.
Example 1 - "Quick Switch" function
A macro programmed with the keystrokes [4], [MONITOR], [0], [CAMERA]
Operator input: 28 [MACRO KEY]
Effect: camera 28 would be called to monitor 4.
or
Operator input: 34 [MACRO KEY]
Effect: camera 34 would be called to monitor 4.
Example 2 - using currently selected camera or monitor
A macro programmed with the keystrokes [5], [MONITOR], [0], [CAMERA], [0], [MONITOR]
Operator input: [MACRO KEY]
Effect: the currently selected camera would be called to monitor 5, and control would
be returned to the previous monitor in use.
Example 3 - Alarm "Quick ACK"
A macro programmed with the keystrokes [5], [MONITOR], [ACKNOWLEDGE ALARM],
[0], [MONITOR]
Operator input: [MACRO KEY]
Effect: acknowledges the alarm condition on monitor 5, and returns control to the
monitor previously in use before the alarm condition.
When a macro function has been programmed, it is held in the keyboard's memory. If
the smart card is removed, the macro is lost. Provision is made for storing macros on a
smart card and this can be an operator's card, a supervisor's card or the administrator's
card.
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Programming Smart Cards
Smart card programming can be done in sections:
1.
User codes, names, and partition information
2.
Macro page and macro icon information
3.
Macro function information
Smart card functions include:
•
Read smart card - reads information on an existing smart card such as User
name, User ID, Macro Group Name, Access Level, and Partitions.
•
Program smart card - programs current keyboard information, or any information
that has been read or edited from another smart card, to the smart card currently
in the keyboard's smart card slot.
•
Program macro - programs a smart card with the macro information which is
currently active on the keyboard. Allows changes to macro page, and macro icons
to be programmed to the smart card.
•
Read Macro - reads an existing smart card's macros including macro page, and
macro icon information. This can then be previewed using the keyboard prior to
programming to another smart card.
Reading a Smart Card
A smart card with sufficient privileges must be first used in order to access the keyboard's program mode.
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key. Press the NEXT soft key.
2.
Press the SMART CARD soft key. Press the READ SC soft key.
3.
The keyboard will display the message "Please Replace Smart Card". Insert the
smart card to be read and the display will change showing the information on the
new smart card—figure 4.5.
User
Name
User
ID
Macro
Name
Admin
User Name:
Bob Smith
User ID:
Prog
SC
15
Macro Group:
Level 1
Access Level:
Operator
Operator
Read
SC
Program Mode
Prog
Macro
Read
Macro
Macros
Figure 4.5: Read Smart Card
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Programming a Smart Card
A smart card with sufficient privileges must be first used in order to access the keyboard's program mode.
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key. Press the NEXT soft key.
2.
Press the SMART CARD soft key. Press the PROG SC soft key.
3.
The keyboard will display the message "Please Replace Smart Card". Insert the
smart card to be programmed and wait until the process is completed.
Programming a New Smart Card
A smart card with sufficient privileges must be first used in order to access the keyboard's program mode.
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key. Press the NEXT soft key.
2.
Press the SMART CARD soft key.
3.
Press the USER NAME soft key. This will enter the text editor where the user
name can be entered. When the user name has been entered, the display will
return to the program smart card menu.
4.
Press the USER ID soft key. Enter a user ID number. If the number "0" is used,
the user will be prompted to use the User ID stored on the switching matrix during
log on.
5.
Press the MACRO NAME soft key. Enter a macro name using the text editor. This
name is used to identify a set of macros programmed to the smart card and
enables quick identification of a macro set programmed to the card.
6.
To set the user level for the new smart card, press the ADMIN soft key. At each
key press, the soft key icon will change to show either ADMIN, OPER'T, or
SUP'VSR.
7.
If camera, monitor, or control partitioning is to be programmed, this can be done
now (if it has not already) —see Configuring Partitions.
8.
Press the PROG SC soft key. The keyboard will display the message "Please
Replace Smart Card". Insert a blank smart card and wait until the process is
completed.
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Copying Macro Information from One Smart Card to Another
This operation can be used to copy macros from one card to another, for example a
master set of macros that have been stored on the administrator's card. A smart card
with sufficient privileges must be first used in order to access the keyboard's program
mode.
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key. Press the NEXT soft key.
2.
Press the SMART CARD soft key.
3.
If the macro information to be copied is on the card currently inserted into the
keyboard, go to step 5.
4.
If the macro information to be copied is on a different card, insert the card and
press the READ MACRO soft key.
5.
Press the PROG MACRO soft key. At the "Please Replace Smart Card" prompt,
insert the smart card to which you want to copy the macro information and wait
until the process is complete.
Configuring Partitions
Partitioning is used so that certain cameras and monitors cannot be controlled or called
by an operator. This feature of the ADCC1100 keyboard is entirely separate from any
facility the switching matrix may have for keyboard partitioning.
Partitioning can be applied to:
•
Camera partitioning - barring operators from calling specified cameras to
monitors.
•
Monitor partitioning - barring operators from calling specified monitors.
•
PTZ control partitioning - barring operators from controlling specified PTZ
cameras.
Partition information is operator specific and, once configured, is stored on the operator's smart card by the system administrator.
To open the Partition menu:
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
2.
Press the NEXT soft key.
3.
Press the PARTITION soft key. The Partition menu will be displayed (figure 4.6).
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Dis’bl
All
Cameras
Enable
All
Monitors
Enable
One
PTZ Control
Dis’bl
One
Enter
Operator
Program Mode
Macros
Figure 4.6: Partition Menu
To Partition Cameras:
Cameras can be enabled or disabled individually, or all at once.
1.
To disable a single camera, press the CAMERAS soft key to highlight the icon.
2.
Enter the number of the camera from the alphanumeric keys, then press the
DIS'BL ONE soft key.
3.
To disable all cameras, press the CAMERAS soft key to highlight the icon.
4.
Press the DIS'BL ALL soft key.
5.
To enable a single camera, press the CAMERAS soft key to highlight the icon.
6.
Enter the number of the camera from the alphanumeric keys, then press the
ENABLE ONE soft key.
7.
To enable all cameras, press the CAMERAS soft key to highlight the icon.
8.
Press the ENABLE ALL soft key.
To Partition Monitors:
Monitors can be enabled or disabled individually, or all at once.
1.
To disable a single monitor, press the MONITORS soft key to highlight the icon.
2.
Enter the number of the monitor from the alphanumeric keys, then press the
DIS'BL ONE soft key.
3.
To disable all monitors, press the MONITORS soft key to highlight the icon.
4.
Press the DIS'BL ALL soft key.
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5.
To enable a single monitor, press the MONITORS soft key to highlight the icon.
6.
Enter the number of the monitor from the alphanumeric keys, then press the
ENABLE ONE soft key.
7.
To enable all monitors, press the MONITORS soft key to highlight the icon.
8.
Press the ENABLE ALL soft key.
To partition PTZ cameras:
PTZ cameras can be enabled or disabled individually, or all at once.
1.
To disable a single PTZ camera, press the PTZ CONTROL soft key to highlight
the icon.
2.
Enter the number of the PTZ camera from the alphanumeric keys, then press the
DIS'BL ONE soft key.
3.
To disable all cameras, press the PTZ CONTROL soft key to highlight the icon.
4.
Press the DIS'BL ALL soft key.
5.
To enable a single PTZ camera, press the PTZ CONTROL soft key to highlight
the icon.
6.
Enter the number of the PTZ camera from the alphanumeric keys, then press the
ENABLE ONE soft key.
7.
To enable all PTZ cameras, press the PTZ CONTROL soft key to highlight the
icon.
8.
Press the ENABLE ALL soft key.
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Matrix Menu
The ADCC1100 keyboard is able to view the main menu of the switching matrix system
being used.
To enter matrix menu mode:
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
2.
Press the MATRIX MENUS soft key. This will open the matrix menu on the
ADCC1100 keyboard's display (figure 4.7), and the main menu for the switching
matrix system on the currently selected monitor.
Page
Left
Page
Right
Page
Up
Enter
Page
Down
Enter
Operator
Program Mode
Macros
Figure 4.7: Matrix Menu
Using the ADCC1100 keyboards matrix menu, the following functions are available:
•
PAGE LEFT - displays the menu page to the left
•
PAGE RIGHT - displays the menu page to the right
•
PAGE UP - displays prior menu page up
•
PAGE DOWN - displays next menu page down
•
ENTER - stores entered menu data
•
The keyboard joystick is used to move through the switching system menu. The
ENTER soft key is used to make selections.
Several American Dynamics switching systems provide menu programming for a
variety of functions. Camera groups, system tours, system salvos, alarm contact tables,
monitor arming, and event timers are among the variables that may be defined through
menu programming.
For information about the specific tasks that you can do from the main menu, refer to
the appropriate switching system operating instructions.
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Chapter 5: Installer Functions
This chapter provides step-by-step instructions for ADCC1100 keyboard installer
functions. Installer operations require administrator privileges which are controlled by
the smart card.
Setting the Baud Rate
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
2.
Press the NEXT soft key.
3.
Press the BAUD soft key to cycle through the available baud rate settings: 1200,
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, and 38400. The default keyboard setting is 1200. The
BAUD soft key icon will change to reflect the selected baud rate as the key is
pressed.
4.
Press the OPERATOR tab key to exit program mode.
Enabling Lens Macro Keys
This function will assign the primary lens controls (open/close iris, focus near/far) to the
four right hand macro keys on macro page one. This provides a convenient onehanded operation of joystick and lens functions whilst providing the operator quick
access to macro functions.
To enable the lens macros:
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
2.
Press the NEXT soft key.
3.
Press the LENS OFF soft key. The icon will change to LENS ON.
4.
Exit program mode by pressing the OPERATOR tab key.
If the MACROS tab key is now pressed, a keyboard display similar to figure 5.1 should
be seen.
Macro
One
Monitor
Camera
Open Iris
Macro
Two
Macro
Three
Macro
Four
Close Iris
Page One
Focus Far
Enter
Operator
Focus Near
Previous
Next
Figure 5.1: Lens Macros Enabled on Macro Page One
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Configuring for MP48, AD1024 or Quicksite Mode
The ADCC1100 keyboard is designed for use with the MP48 or AD1024 matrix switching system. The ADCC1100 keyboard needs to be set to one of these systems in order
to operate correctly.
Quicksite mode should be used to support systems with multiple AD1024 matrix sites
where switching between satellite sites has been configured to take place automatically. For example, a system with three distinct satellite sites can be created, each with
its own video inputs, video outputs and keyboards. Once trunk connections have been
made between the satellite sites, a keyboard from one site can be used to call video
inputs from another site, without having to select the site first. All the operator needs to
do is enter the pseudo number of the required video input. Refer to the AD1024
Satellite Configuration Installation Instructions for details on how AD1024 matrices can
be configured for this functionality.
AD1024 mode should be used to support single AD1024 switching matrices or systems
with multiple AD1024 sites where satellite site selection is to carried out manually. This
mode also supports the AD2150 switching matrix. MP48 mode should be used to
support the MP48, MP48+, AD168, MP168 and AD MP-LT matrix systems.
1.
Using the Administrator's smart card, log on to the system.
2.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
3.
Press the NEXT soft key.
4.
Press the MP48 MODE/AD1024 MODE/QUICKSITE MODE soft key. This has a
toggle action selecting MP48 Mode, AD1024 Mode or Quicksite Mode.
5.
Remove the Administrator's smart card.
The keyboard is now set to the selected mode and will retain this setting—even after
powering off the keyboard—until it is changed again using the steps above.
Note: See the section Quicksite Configuration below for details on specifying camera
pseudo numbers in the Quicksite configuration menu.
Quicksite Configuration
When Quicksite mode has been selected as the mode of operation for the matrix (see
above), an operator with administrator privileges can use an ADCC100 keyboard to
configure Quicksite settings.
To open the Quicksite configuration menu:
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
2.
Press the NEXT soft key.
3.
Ensure that the MP48 MODE/AD1024 MODE/QUICKSITE MODE soft key is set
to Quicksite mode.
4.
Press the PARTITION QUICKSITE soft key. The partition menu will be displayed
(figure 4.6), but an extra soft key is added to the bottom right of the screen.
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5.
Press the QUICKSITE CONFIG soft key. The Quicksite configuration menu is
displayed (figure 5.2).
Site
Up
Site
Down
Start
Cam
Site
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Start
1
257
512
1024
2315
3000
5100
6500
----
End
256 H
500
675
1200
2540
3100
5250
6550
----
Home
Up
Home
Down
Read
SC
Prog
SC
End
Cam
Operator
Program Mode
Macros
Figure 5.2: Quicksite Configuration Menu
In this menu, configure the different sites in the system using the following procedures:
Configuring Satellite Sites
To configure the settings for satellite sites:
1.
Using the SITE UP and SITE DOWN soft keys, move the arrow cursor to the site
which is to edited.
2.
To specify the pseudo number of the first camera at this site, use the numerical
keys to enter the required camera number and press the START CAM soft key.
3.
To specify the pseudo number of the last camera at this site, use the numerical
keys to enter the required camera number and press the END CAM soft key.
Important Note: The pseudo numbers programmed to the keyboard must match
the pseudo numbers programmed to each individual matrix site.
4.
Repeat steps 1 to 3 to configure each satellite site. Up to nine sites can be
included. Camera numbers from site to site do not need to be sequential (as
illustrated in the figure above), but the camera numbers cannot overlap.
To clear a site, move the cursor to the required site, enter a 0 on the numerical
keypad and press either the START CAM or END CAM soft key.
5.
Once the camera numbering has been configured, it is necessary to specify a
home site for the keyboard in use. The home site is the site to which the
keyboard is directly connected.
To specify the keyboard's home site, use the HOME UP and HOME DOWN soft
keys to move the H marker to the required site.
6.
To store the settings to a smart card, press the PROG SC soft key.
7.
The keyboard will display the message "Please Replace Smart Card". Insert the
smart card to be programmed and wait until the process is completed.
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Reading Quicksite Settings on a Smart Card
An operator with administrator privileges can check and configure the Quicksite
settings on individual smart cards. This ensures that all system operators have the
correct configurations on their smart cards.
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
2.
Press the NEXT soft key.
3.
Ensure that the MP48 MODE/AD1024 MODE/QUICKSITE MODE soft key is set
to Quicksite mode.
4.
Press the PARTITION QUICKSITE soft key.
5.
Press the QUICKSITE CONFIG soft key. The Quicksite configuration menu is
displayed (figure 5.2), with the settings for the currently inserted smart card
shown.
6.
Press the READ SC soft key.
7.
The keyboard will display the message "Please Replace Smart Card". Insert the
smart card to be read and the display will change showing the information on the
new smart card.
Copying Quicksite Settings from One Smart Card to Another
An operator with administrator privileges can copy Quicksite settings to individual smart
cards. This ensures that all system operators have the correct configurations on their
smart cards. A user without sufficient privileges cannot change their own Quicksite
settings.
1.
Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
2.
Press the NEXT soft key.
3.
Ensure that the MP48 MODE/AD1024 MODE/QUICKSITE MODE soft key is set
to Quicksite mode.
4.
Press the PARTITION QUICKSITE soft key.
5.
Press the QUICKSITE CONFIG soft key. The Quicksite configuration menu is
displayed (figure 5.2), with the settings for the currently inserted smart card
shown.
6.
If the Quicksite settings to be copied are on the card currently inserted into the
keyboard, go to step 8.
7.
If the Quicksite settings to be copied are on a different card, insert the card and
press the READ SC soft key.
8.
Press the PROG SC soft key. At the "Please Replace Smart Card" prompt, insert
the smart card to which you want to copy the Quicksite settings and wait until the
process is complete.
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Appendix A: Monitor Arming Commands
Monitors are armed for alarm call up with codes that specify the following three parameters:
1. The display method (single, dual, or block monitors).
2. The queuing method (sequence or hold).
3. The clearance method (instant, auto, or manual).
To arm a monitor with an ADCC1100 keyboard:
1. Call the monitor to be armed.
2. Press the PROGRAM MODE tab key.
3. Enter the monitor arming code number (see table).
4. Press the F2 soft key.
A keyboard operator can also program any monitor armed for instant or auto clearance, for clearance via manual
override. Manual override is enabled or disabled after the arming code is programmed. If enabled, an "A" will appear
after the three-letter acronym for the arming code that appears on the monitor status line.
When using the AD1024 matrix switcher/controller system, monitors can be armed through system setup software
with a PC interface, or through the AD1024 embedded software with an ADCC1100 keyboard. Following is a table of
monitor arming codes and the commands that enable the codes.
Monitor Arming Code
Monitor Acronym
Command Sequence
Display Arming Status
Single, Sequence, Instant
Single, Sequence, Auto
Single, Sequence, Manual
Single, Hold, Instant
Single, Hold, Auto
Single, Hold, Manual
Block, Sequence, Instant
Block, Sequence, Auto
Block, Sequence, Manual
Block, Hold, Instant
Block, Hold, Auto
Block, Hold, Manual
Dual, Hold, Instant
Dual, Sequence, Instant
Dual, Hold, Auto
Dual, Sequence, Auto
Dual, Hold, Manual
Dual, Sequence, Manual
Disarm Monitor
Enable Monitor Override
Disable Monitor Override
see entries below
SSI
SSA
SSM
SHI
SHA
SHM
BSI
BSA
BSM
BHI
BHA
BHM
DHI/DSI*
300, F2
301, F2
302, F2
303, F2
304, F2
305, F2
306, F2
307, F2
308, F2
309, F2
310, F2
311, F2
312, F2
313, F2
DHA/DSA*
314, F2
DHM/DSM*
315, F2
316, F2
317, F2
318, F2
* In dual display applications, the first three-letter acronym is displayed on the hold monitor. The second three-letter
acronym is displayed on the sequence monitor.
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Appendix B: Macro Reference Sheet
Macro Icon
Macro Page
Icon Ref.
Macro Description
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Macro Icon
Macro Page
Icon Ref.
Macro Description
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Appendix C: Macro Icon Reference Numbers
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
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
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92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
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Appendix D: Troubleshooting
Problem
Check List
✗ No power to keyboard
✓ Check AC outlet
✓ Check wall transformer connections
✓ Check cable connections to keyboard and
keyboard matrix interface
✓ Measure transformer output at keyboard matrix
interface
✗ No response to keystrokes (power
verified)
✓ Check connection of keyboard matrix interface to
system controller's communication port
✓ Check baud rates for keyboard and system
controller
✗ Keyboard responds to keystrokes on
some, but not all keys
✓ Verify VCR/Monitor status
✗ Cannot perform menu programming
✓ Verify smart card privileges. Administrator or
supervisor privileges are required to perform
programming functions.
✗ Display not visible
✓ Verify display brightness and contrast level
✗ Keyboard speaker not audible
✓ Verify speaker enabled in keyboard menu
✗ Cannot access main menus of CPU
✓ Verify that keyboard is in program mode
✓ Verify that correct monitor is selected for menu
programming
✓ Verify CPU program monitor output is connected
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Appendix E: Specifications
Model Numbers
Electrical
ADCC1100 .................. Keyboard
Supply voltage ............. 9 to 15V DC
MP1000SC3 ................ Additional 3-pack of smart cardsA
Maximum current ......... 500mA
MP1000SCA ............... Spare Administrator smart card
MP-CBL ....................... Spare cable
Mechanical
MP-KMI ....................... Keyboard Matrix Interface
Dimensions ................. 17.91" x 8.43" x 2.6" (45.5 x 21.4 x 6.6 cm)
Weight ......................... 5.3lb (2.4 kg)
LCD
Shipping weight ........... 7 lb (3.2 kg)
Size ............................. CCFL Backlit VGA, black text/graphics
on white background, user adjustable
4" x 6" (11.0 x 15.0 cm) 11 soft keys
Construction ................ ABS UL94-V0 cover with mild steel zinc
plated base
Controls
Keys ............................ 16 Tactile, color coded, rubberized keys
Numeric keypad
Camera/monitor selection
Next/previous camera
Focus near/far
Iris
Clear key
Joystick ....................... Three axis joystick for pan, tilt and
zoom control and menu navigation
Smart card ................... Spring loaded smart card at rear of the
keyboard
Log-on protection allowing multi-level
access to all system functions
Connectors
Color ........................... Black
Environmental
Operating temperature 0O to 30O C, 32O to 86O F
Storage temperature .... 0O to 40O C, 32O to 104O F
Operating humidity ...... 90% max, relative humidity, noncondensing
Regulatory
Emissions .................... FCC Part 15, Subpart B Class A
CE: EN50081-1
Immunity ...................... CE: EN50130-4
Safety .......................... UL2044
CSA 22.2 No. 1 (cUL)
CE: EN60950
RS232, power ............. RJ45 to switcher/controller via terminal
block
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Index
A
Acknowledging Alarms .............................................................................................................................................. 19
Advanced Macros ....................................................................................................................................................... 32
Auto Iris ..................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Auxiliaries .................................................................................................................................................................. 20
C
Calling a Camera to View on a Monitor ..................................................................................................................... 14
Calling Presets (Shots) .............................................................................................................................................. 17
Camera Flip ............................................................................................................................................................... 16
Camera Focus ........................................................................................................................................................... 15
Camera Iris ................................................................................................................................................................ 16
Configuring for MP48, AD1024 and Quicksite Mode ........................................................................................... 9, 40
Configuring Partitions ................................................................................................................................................ 35
Connection and Setup ................................................................................................................................................. 6
Connections for Cable Distance of Greater than Seven Feet .................................................................................... 8
Connections for Cable Distance of Seven Feet or Less ............................................................................................. 7
Copying Information from One Smart Card to Another ............................................................................................ 35
D
Dome Camera Menus, Navigating .............................................................................................................................. 27
Dome Menu Functions .............................................................................................................................................. 26
E
Enabling Lens Macro Keys ....................................................................................................................................... 39
Entering Data ............................................................................................................................................................. 13
Entering Matrix Menu Mode ...................................................................................................................................... 38
Exiting the Dome Camera Menu ............................................................................................................................... 27
I
Installation Precautions ................................................................................................................................................. 7
Iris, Auto ..................................................................................................................................................................... 16
K
Keyboard Access Control .......................................................................................................................................... 10
Keyboard Audible Warning ........................................................................................................................................ 20
Keyboard Display Brightness .................................................................................................................................... 20
Keyboard Display Contrast ....................................................................................................................................... 20
Keyboard Menu Navigation ....................................................................................................................................... 13
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L
Locking and Unlocking a Camera .............................................................................................................................. 28
Logging on to the Keyboard: Mode 1 ........................................................................................................................ 11
Logging on to the Keyboard: Mode 2 ........................................................................................................................ 12
Logging on to the Keyboard: Mode 3 ........................................................................................................................ 12
M
Macro Keys, Lens ...................................................................................................................................................... 39
Macro, Programming ................................................................................................................................................. 28
Macro, Running ......................................................................................................................................................... 23
Macro, Running a Multiple ......................................................................................................................................... 23
Macro, Running a Simple .......................................................................................................................................... 23
Macro, Running a Variable ........................................................................................................................................ 23
Macro, Storing the Page Configuration to the Smart Card ........................................................................................ 30
Matrix Menu ............................................................................................................................................................... 38
N
Navigating Dome Camera Menus ............................................................................................................................. 27
O
Operating a VCR ....................................................................................................................................................... 24
P
Pan, Tilt and Zoom .................................................................................................................................................... 15
Partition Cameras ...................................................................................................................................................... 36
Partition Monitors ...................................................................................................................................................... 36
Partition PTZ Cameras .............................................................................................................................................. 37
Partitions, Configuring ............................................................................................................................................... 35
Presets (Shots), Calling ............................................................................................................................................ 17
Programming a Macro ............................................................................................................................................... 28
Programming a Macro Icon ....................................................................................................................................... 30
Programming a Macro Page Name .......................................................................................................................... 29
Programming a New Smart Card .............................................................................................................................. 34
Programming a Simple Macro .................................................................................................................................. 31
Programming Dome Patterns ................................................................................................................................... 25
Programming Multiple Macros .................................................................................................................................. 31
Programming the Macro Page and Macro Icon ........................................................................................................ 28
Q
Quicksite Configuration ............................................................................................................................................. 40
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R
Reading a Smart Card ............................................................................................................................................... 33
Running Multiple Macros ........................................................................................................................................... 22
Running Patterns ....................................................................................................................................................... 22
S
Salvos ........................................................................................................................................................................ 19
Satellite Sites, Configuring ........................................................................................................................................ 41
Satellite Sites, Quicksite Mode ................................................................................................................................. 21
Satellite Sites, Viewing .............................................................................................................................................. 21
Scratch Pad Tour ....................................................................................................................................................... 18
Selecting and Running a Macro ................................................................................................................................ 22
Selecting Monitors ..................................................................................................................................................... 14
Selecting the Macro Page ......................................................................................................................................... 23
Setting a Macro Key Icon .......................................................................................................................................... 30
Setting Presets .......................................................................................................................................................... 25
Setting Scratch Pad Tours ......................................................................................................................................... 26
Setting the Baud Rate ............................................................................................................................................... 39
Setting the Jumpers for the MP-KMI ............................................................................................................................. 6
Setting the Macro Page Name .................................................................................................................................. 29
Smart Cards, Programming ...................................................................................................................................... 33
Smart Cards, Quicksite Settings ............................................................................................................................... 42
Smart Cards, Reading ............................................................................................................................................... 33
Stepping Forward or Backwards Through Cameras ................................................................................................. 14
Storing the Macro Page Configuration to the Smart Card ........................................................................................ 30
Supplied Equipment ...................................................................................................................................................... 6
System Tours ............................................................................................................................................................. 17
T
Tour, Holding .............................................................................................................................................................. 18
Tour, Re-starting ........................................................................................................................................................ 18
Tour, stopping ............................................................................................................................................................ 18
Tours, Reversing Direction ........................................................................................................................................ 18
Tours, Stepping Through ........................................................................................................................................... 18
V
Viewing Satellite Sites ............................................................................................................................................... 21
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