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INSTALLATION AND USERS GUIDE
™
VADDIO™ AUTOTRAK™ 2.0
Camera Tracking System featuring Automatic
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Camera Tracking
Part Numbers:
AutoTrak 2.0
Camera Tracking System: North America
999-7250-000: AutoTrak 2.0-Dual HD-18 Kit with
Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI Interface-North America
999-7260-000: AutoTrak 2.0-HD-18 & HD-20 Kit
with Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI Interface-North
America
AutoTrak 2.0
Camera Tracking System: International
999-7250-001: AutoTrak 2.0-Dual HD-18 Kit with
Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI Interface-International
999-7260-001: AutoTrak 2.0-HD-18 & HD-20 Kit
with
Quick-Connect
DVI/HDMI
InterfaceInternational
Optional:
EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface:
998-7230-000: EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface - North America
998-7230-001: EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface - International
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AutoTrak 2.0 Camera Tracking System
AutoTrak 2.0 System Overview
The AutoTrak 2.0 System is an IR tracking system that consists of an IR
lanyard attached to a rechargeable Lithium Ion Belt Pack that is worn by a
presenter or instructor. Within the lanyard’s cloth cover, there are fifteen
(15) 850nm wavelength IR LEDs on a flat flex circuit that emit IR light that
is tracked by a HD-18 PTZ IR Reference Camera with special IR filters.
The IR position is relayed to the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU which in turn controls
the HD-18 PTZ (or the HD-20 PTZ) Tracking Camera which follows the
presenter and keeps the presenter framed in the camera shot throughout
the presentation environment.
The AutoTrak 2.0 System is designed to integrate with the optional
EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio System. The EasyTalk AutoTrak
2.0 Wireless Audio System includes a HD wireless receiver that receives
the HD wireless microphone audio transmitted from the AutoTrak 2.0 IR
Lanyard and Belt Pack. It also provides audio outputs for connection to
an audio amplifier/speaker system or a video conference system. It
includes a USB output that can directly connect to a PC USB port which
will provide connection of the microphone and room speaker audio for use
with Unified Communication clients such as Skype, Microsoft Lync,
Google+ and others.
AutoTrak 2.0, 999-7250-000
Dual HD-18 PTZ Cameras
AutoTrak 2.0, 999-7260-000
HD-18 PTZ IR Reference and
HD-20 PTZ Tracking Camera
There are two versions of AutoTrak 2.0:
 AutoTrak 2.0 Dual HD-18
999-7250-000 North America
999-7250-001 International
Includes: One (1) HD-18 PTZ IR Reference Camera and one (1)
HD-18 Tracking Camera

AutoTrak 2.0 HD-18/HD-20
999-7260-000 North America
999-7260-001 International
Includes: One (1) HD-18 PTZ IR Reference Camera and one (1)
HD-20 PTZ Tracking Camera
The HD-18 and HD-20 cameras use the Vaddio Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI Interface to provide Cat-5e
cabling systems for ease of set up and installation. The system can be permanently installed or
configured as a cart system for portability and ease of positioning in the largest of lecture halls. Each
system includes a dual camera mount which can be wall mounted or mounted on top of the Vaddio Edge
series video carts.
The optimum operating range or the system (from the IR Lanyard to the IR Reference camera) is between
12’ (3.65m) and up to 40’ (12.2m). System positioning is critical for proper and consistent operation.
The AutoTrak 2.0 can be installed as a standalone system or can be used in conjunction with myriad
Vaddio Presenter controlled solutions including AutoPresenter™, PresenterPOD™, ControlVIEW XHD™,
TouchVIEW™, AutoVIEW™ IR, StepVIEW™ Mats, MicVIEW™ and the Vaddio Squiggle Video
Whiteboard. As an added benefit, once the AutoTrak 2.0 system is configured the Mouse, Keyboard and
Monitor I/O devices can be removed from the system to ensure the system isn’t subject to unauthorized
modification.
Intended Use:
Before operating the device, please read the entire manual thoroughly. The system was designed, built
and tested for use indoors, and with the provided power supply and cabling. The use of a power supply
other than the one provided or outdoor operation has not been tested and could damage the device
and/or create a potentially unsafe operating condition.
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AutoTrak 2.0 Camera Tracking System
Important Safeguards:
Read and understand all instructions before using. Do not operate any device if it has been dropped or damaged. In
this case, a Vaddio technician must examine the product before operating. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do
not immerse in water or other liquids and avoid extremely humid conditions.
Use only the power supply provided with the system.
supply will void any and all warranties.
Use of any unauthorized power
Please do not use “pass-thru” type RJ-45 connectors. These pass-thru type connectors do not
work well for professional installations and can be the cause of intermittent connections which
can result in the RS-232 control line failing and locking up, and/or compromising the HSDS™
signals. For best results please use standard RJ-45 connectors and test all cables for proper
pin-outs prior to use and connection to Vaddio product.
Please treat the AutoTrak 2.0
CPU like a computer.
Please shut down
the CPU before
removing power,
like all business
computers, or…
The AutoTrak 2.0 CPU is a computer running a Linux OS. Please do not
remove power from the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU without first shutting the system
down, as you would any other business computer. Only after the AutoTrak
2.0 CPU has been shut down, it is safe to remove power. Consistently power
cycling the CPU with the Rear Power Switch will eventually wreak havoc with
the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU and cause non-warrantable harm. Failure to adhere to
this warning will void the product warranty.
Save These Instructions:
The information contained in this manual will help you install and operate your product. If these instructions are
misplaced, Vaddio keeps copies of Specifications, Installation and User Guides and most pertinent product drawings
for the Vaddio product line on the Vaddio website. These documents can be downloaded from www.vaddio.com free.
UNPACKING:
Carefully remove all of the parts for the AutoTrak 2.0 999-7250-000 Dual HD-18 Kit with Quick Connect
DVI/HDMI Interface (North America Only) packaging:
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One (1) AutoTrak 2.0 CPU (closed system preloaded with AutoTrak 2.0 software and video card)
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One (1) AC Cord Set for AutoTrak 2.0 CPU
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One (1) PS/2 Keyboard and PS/2 Mouse
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One (1) IR and Audio Lanyard with attached cable with 5-pin mini XLR connector,

One (1) Audio-Technica AT8439 Cable Clip to attach Lanyard Central Medallion to clothing
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One (1) Triple Circle Magnet Kit for attaching the Lanyard Central Medallion to clothing

One (1) Belt Pack Unit “BPU” with 1” (1/4 wave) RP-SMA straight antenna and attached belt clip with
rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack and 5 VDC USB charging power supply for North America

One (1) USB Type A-Male to micro-B-Male Charging Cable

One (1) Vaddio PowerRite 12 VDC, 1A Switching Power Supply with North American Power Cord

One (1) AutoTrak POD Kit (for presets and rescan) and Manual (in separate box)
AutoTrak 2.0-Dual HD-18 Kit:
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One (1) *HD-18 PTZ Camera with AutoTrak 2.0 Software preloaded - Tracking Camera

One (1) Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI SR Interface (998-1105-018) for Tracking Camera

One (1) 24VDC, 2A, Switching Power Supply with North American Power Cord

One (1) *HD-18 PTZ Camera with AutoTrak 2.0 Software preloaded – IR Reference Camera

One (1) 37mm female lens ring adapter, One (1) 37mm to 58mm adapter ring, One (1) 58mm polarizing
filter, One (1) 58mm band-pass IR filter, all parts adapters and filters attached to HD-18 Camera

One (1) AutoTrak 2.0 Quick-Connect Box (998-1105-020)

One (1) Standard Quick-Connect Box (998-1105-001)
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One (1) 24VDC, 2A, Switching Power Supply with North American Power Cord

One (1) 18”/45.8cm Video Cable (BNC to RCA)

One (1) 12”/30.48cm Cat 5e Patch Cable
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One (1) 998-2100-000 - Vaddio IR Remote & Manual (2-AAA batteries not included)

One (1) **535-2000-233 Stacked Gusseted Mount for two (2) HD-18 and Mounting Hardware

Three (3) 998-1001-232 Control Adapters

One (1) 998-7200-232 Control Adapter for use with the AutoPresenter - (Only needed when used with the
AutoPresenter for Tracking Camera PTZ Presets)

Documentation and Manuals (Document Number (342-0382)
For the 999-7260-000 System¨ Start with the 999-7250-000 System
Remove: One (1) *AutoTrak HD-18 PTZ Camera with AutoTrak 2.0 Software preloaded - Tracking Camera
Add: One (1) *AutoTrak HD-20 PTZ Camera with AutoTrak 2.0 Software preloaded - Tracking Camera
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UNPACKING:
Carefully remove all of the parts for the AutoTrak 2.0 999-7250-001 (Int’l) Dual HD-18 Kit with Quick
Connect DVI/HDMI Interface) packaging:
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One (1) AutoTrak 2.0 CPU (closed system preloaded with AutoTrak 2.0 software and video card)
One (1) Euro Power Cord for AutoTrak 2.0 CPU
One (1) UK Power Cord for AutoTrak 2.0 CPU
One (1) PS/2 Keyboard and PS/2 Mouse
One (1) IR and Audio Lanyard with attached cable with 5-pin mini XLR connector
One (1) Audio-Technica AT8439 Cable Clip to attach Lanyard Central Medallion to clothing
One (1) Triple Circle Magnet Kit for attaching the Lanyard Central Medallion to clothing
One (1) Belt Pack Unit “BPU” with 1” (1/4 wave) RP-SMA straight antenna and attached belt clip with
rechargeable lithium ion battery pack
One (1) 5 VDC USB Charging Supply for Europe
One (1) 5 VDC USB Charging Supply for UK
One (1) USB Type A-Male to micro-B-Male Charging Cable
One (1) Vaddio PowerRite 12 VDC, 1A Switching Power Supply
One (1) Euro Power Cord
One (1) UK Power Cord
One (1) AutoTrak POD Kit (for presets and rescan) and Manual (in separate box)
AutoTrak 2.0-Dual HD-18 Kit:
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One (1) *HD-18 PTZ Camera with AutoTrak 2.0 Software preloaded - Tracking Camera
One (1) Quick-Connect SR Interface (998-1105-016) for Tracking Camera
One (1) 24VDC, 2A, Switching Power Supply
One (1) Euro Power Cord
One (1) UK Power Cord
One (1) *HD-18 PTZ Camera with AutoTrak 2.0 Software preloaded - IR Reference Camera
One (1) 37mm female lens ring adapter, One (1) 37mm to 58mm adapter ring, One (1) 58mm
polarizing filter, One (1) 58mm band-pass IR filter, all parts adapters and filters attached to HD-18
Camera
One (1) AutoTrak 2.0 Quick-Connect Box (998-1105-020)
One (1) Standard Quick-Connect Box (998-1105-001)
One (1) 24VDC, 2A, 50/60Hz 110-240V Switching Power Supply (451-2000-0024)
One (1) Euro Power Cord
One (1) UK Power Cord
One (1) 18”/45.8cm Video Cable (BNC to RCA)
One (1) 12”/30.48cm Cat 5e Patch Cable
One (1) 998-2100-000 - Vaddio IR Remote & Manual (2-AAA batteries not included)
One (1) **535-2000-233 Stacked Gusseted Mount for two (2) HD-18 and Mounting Hardware
Three (3) 998-1001-232 Control Adapters
One (1) 998-7200-232 Control Adapter for use with the AutoPresenter - (Only needed when used with
the AutoPresenter for Tracking Camera PTZ Presets)
Documentation and Manuals (Document Number (342-0382)
For the 999-7260-001 System - Start with the 999-7250-001 System
Remove: One (1) *HD-18 PTZ Camera with AutoTrak 2.0 Software preloaded - Tracking Camera
Add: One (1) *HD-20 PTZ Camera with AutoTrak 2.0 Software preloaded - Tracking Camera
*Note 1: The Vaddio HD-18 and HD-20 cameras are preloaded with AutoTrak 2.0 control protocols which
differ from the modified VISCA type control codes normally used in the stock HD-18 PTZ Camera. The
HD-18 and HD-20 cameras will work with the Vaddio IR Remote but is recommended that the PTZ
positions of the camera be set with the AutoTrak 2.0 Software. The HD-18 and HD-20 AutoTrak 2.0
cameras will not work with any other controller other than AutoTrak 2.0 at this time.
**Note 2: The stacked camera arrangement is required for the AutoTrak 2.0 software to track properly.
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AutoTrak 2.0 Camera Tracking System
AutoTrak 2.0 Components:
AutoTrak 2.0 CPU
Note: The AutoTrak 2.0 CPU may be subject to change in cosmetics due to the extraordinarily turbulent
nature of the PC industry, parts availability and model year upgrades. If changes are made, Vaddio will
be certain to make changes in the documentation accordingly. The AutoTrak 2.0 CPU is a 1-RU rack
mount computer that will come preloaded with the AutoTrak 2.0 software. The exact specifications are
subject to change and any changes that will be made will be in the spirit of product improvement only.
The AutoTrak 2.0 CPU uses an Intel® Atom™ Dual Core Processor, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator,
1GB DDR2 Memory, four (4) RS-232 Ports, six (6) USB 2.0 ports, two (2) PS/2 interfaces for
keyboard/mouse, 16GB Compact Flash and Video capture card.
An important feature: After the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU and software is configured using the mouse, keyboard
and monitor, these I/O devices can be removed to prevent any unauthorized access to the system. To
reattach the mouse and keyboard, the system will need to be rebooted to recognize these devices.

Front Panel Controls of AutoTrak 2.0 Worldwide CPU:
①
② ③
④
1) Power Indicator: Illuminates when power in on
2) Hard Drive Activity Indicator: Indicates when solid state drive is active
3) Recessed Reset Switch: A Momentary press of this switch resets the system and prepares the
CPU for an orderly shut-down. When the green light blinks, it is ready to be turned off or it is safe
to restart (power cycle).
4) USB Ports: Two (2) Front Panel USB Ports

Rear Panel of AutoTrak 2.0 Worldwide CPU:
②
④
⑤
⑦
⑩
①
③
⑥
⑧
⑨
1) Power Receptacle: IEC60320 C14 for power cable
2) Power Switch: Turns ON/OFF AutoTrak 2.0 CPU
NOTE: Do not turn the power off with the power switch on the rear panel or rack
power switch unless the computer has been shut down first. Repeated power
cycling without shutting down the computer first will cause harm to the system
(like all other business computers) and any warranties will be voided.
3) COM PORT 1: RS-232 Port for HD-18 IR Reference Camera
4) COM PORT 2: RS-232 Port for HD-18 Tracking Camera
5) COM PORT 3: Use RS-232 Port 3 when AutoTrak 2.0 is used with the AutoTrak POD or the
AutoPresenter 6x1 HD Switcher
6) RGBHV (on DE-15) Output: To setup and view software menus (800 x 600 @ 60Hz)
7) Ethernet Ports: Not used with AutoTrak 2.0 Application
8) USB Ports: Four USB Ports on the back panel for use with Keyboard, Mouse and USB Flash
Drive
9) Audio I/O: Not used with AutoTrak 2.0 Application
10) Video Input Port: Plug the HD-18 IR Reference Camera into the center yellow composite video
connector
Shut Down
CPU First
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AutoTrak 2.0 Camera Tracking System
The IR Lanyard and Belt Pack for use with the AutoTrak 2.0 Camera Tracking Systems:
999-7250-000 and 999-7260-000 North America
999-7250-001 and 999-7260-001 International
⑤
⑥
⑦
④
③
②
①
1) IR Lanyard: Cloth covered flat flex circuit with IR LEDs terminates at the Central Medallion
Note: Do not fold the Lanyard Necklace at any time as it contains a
flexible circuit that may cease to work if the necklace is hard folded.
2) Central Medallion: Supplies a connection point for the flat flex cable, contains an integrated
condenser microphone and a rubber over-molded cable strain relief that attaches the 32” cable.
3) 32” (813mm) Cable: Terminates the Central Medallion to the Belt Pack with a 5-Pin Mini XLR-F
connector.
4) Belt Pack: Holds power circuitry, wireless microphone transmitter, transmitter frequency control
switches (see pages 6-7) and rechargeable lithium battery pack.
5) Belt Pack Front Panel Controls: The System on/off controls and LED indicator as well as the
Microphone on/off controls are located on the Belt Pack Control Panel (see page 6-7).
6) Belt Clip: To clip the Belt Pack on a belt like device that the presenter wears.
7) Antenna: 1” (25.4mm) ¼-wave RP-SMA straight antenna to transmit RF wireless audio at 2.4 GHZ
utilizing Adaptive Frequency Hopper (AFH) from the integrated unidirectional microphone element.
The Lanyard’s Central Medallion Clothing Clips:
The system is shipped with two types of clothing clips to keep the
unidirectional mic built-in to the medallion facing the right direction and
keep it from flopping around when the presenter moves their hands and
arms to make a point.
1. A Triple Circle Magnet is a 2-piece magnetic kit meant to attach the
central medallion to the presenter’s clothes with magnets.
 Peel off the adhesive backing cover and place the metal plate to the
back of the medallion and push to make good contact
 Place the Central Medallion next to the clothing (shirt or dress) and
from the back side of the clothing attach the magnet. The magnet
will hold the medallion firmly against the clothing.
Note: Please do not use the magnet solution if the presenter
has a pacemaker or implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD).
Magnets can negatively affect the operation of these medical
devices. The magnet side is labeled with a caution to warn the
user. Use only the Cable Clip for pacemaker and ICD patients
2. Additionally, an Audio-Technica AT8439 Cable Clip is also included.
This clip for clothing is a small and is to be attached to the cable just
below the central medallion’s cable strain relief. The clip will hold the
medallion firmly to the clothing
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Attach metal plate
with the adhesive
backing to the back of
the medallion. Use
the triple magnets to
attach trough clothing.
Attach Cable
Clip to a point
just below the
strain relief.
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AutoTrak 2.0 Camera Tracking System
Belt Pack Control Panel
①
⑤
②
③
④
1) Lanyard Cable Connector (5-pin mini XLR - M): Plug the cable attached to the Lanyard into
the mini XLR connector to allow audio to be received by the Belt Pack and for power to be
provided to the IR LEDs in the Lanyard.
2) Radio: This LED indicates an active radio link with the EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio
Interface. Solid blue LED indicates connection with the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface.
Flashing blue LED indicates radio link has been lost.
Note: Radio link operates up to 100 feet line of sight of the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio
Interface.
3) System Power: To use the Belt Pack or IR Lanyard, turn the SYSTEM POWER switch to the on
position and the LED will illuminate. Be sure to turn off the SYSTEM POWER switch when the
system is not in use to save the battery life. The Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery Pack provides
up to ten (10) hours with full charge.
Note: It is highly recommended that the Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery Pack be
fully charged prior to using the Belt Pack for the first time!
4) Microphone ON/OFF: This switch turns the wireless microphone on or off at the Belt Pack
allowing the presenter to use an existing room system microphone instead, or for momentary
microphone muting.
Note: The System Status light on the EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface will light if
the microphone signal is detected. If the Microphone is turned off at the Belt Pack, the System
Status light will not light.
5) 1” ¼-Wave Antenna: Used to transmit the wireless microphone audio back to the AutoTrak 2.0
Wireless Audio Interface.
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Belt Pack Views:
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⑥
Belt Pack and Battery Compartment:
1) Removable Battery Compartment Cover: To open, carefully press down at the top of the
Removable Battery Cover near the center of the small opening and slide the cover downward. To
replace the Removable Battery Cover, start sliding the cover on at the bottom of the Battery Pack
Compartment and slide cover upward to the top to the small opening until the cover latches in place.
2) Micro-B USB Charging Port: The Belt Pack rechargeable battery can be charged by the micro-B
USB connector on the bottom side of the belt pack enclosure. A USB charger is included with the
Belt Pack. The Belt Pack can also be recharged by using a micro-B USB to USB adapter which can
be connected to a PC or Laptop USB port for recharging. Use only the charging power supply
provided.
3) Dip Switches: There are two (2) 4-position dip switches located on the circuit board, SW4 and SW5.
They provide configuration settings for Microphone Gain Control, Filtering, Compression and
Microphone Filtering and Pairing of the Wireless Belt Pack to the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio
Interface.
4) Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery: The battery is housed and attached inside the Battery
Compartment and under normal use should last up to ten (10) hours when fully charged.
5) Battery Indicator LED: The Battery Indicator LED is located on the bottom of the Belt Pack. When
the USB Charger is not connected to the Belt Pack: The Battery Indicator LED will be off when
battery power is adequate for the Belt Pack. The Battery Indicator LED will blink Red indicating that
the battery power is low and needs to be recharged soon. When the USB Charger is connected to
the Belt Pack: The Battery Indicator LED will be Yellow when the battery is charging. The Battery
Indicator LED will be Green when the battery is fully charged. Average charging time from dead
battery to full charge is 10 hours.
6) Radio Pairing Button SW3: push this button in conjunction with the Pairing button on the front panel
of the Optional Wireless Receiver to “pair” the transmitting Belt Pack with the Receiver.
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Belt Pack Dip Switch Settings:
Switch
Number
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Dip Switch Function
Switch Set 4
Not Used
ON/OFF - IR LED’s in Lanyard
ON/OFF - Radio in Belt Pack *Turn off when not
using Optional EasyTalk Wireless Receiver
Clear Pairing (pairing is required for proper operation)
Switch Set 5
ON/OFF: ON adds 3dB Gain Boost on Microphone
ON/OFF: ON adds 6dB Gain Boost on Microphone
ON/OFF: ON adds 9dB Gain Boost on Microphone
ON/OFF: Automatic Gain Control Mode
SW5
SW4
SW3
Belt Pack Configuration Settings:
The Belt Pack has a number of custom settings that can be enabled or disabled for specific applications.
These settings can be applied by activating dip switch settings on the two (2) 4-position dip switches SW4
and SW5 located on the Belt Pack Circuit Board.
Switch Set 4:
 SW4: Dip Switch 1 - Not Used
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SW4: Dip Switch 2 - IR Transmitter: ON enables the IR Transmitter LED’s in the IR Lanyard. OFF
disables the IR Transmitters in the Lanyard and the camera tracking will not function.

SW4: Dip Switch 3 - Radio in Belt Pack: ON enables the Radio circuit in the Belt Pack. OFF
disables will turn off the Radio circuit.
Note: Turn OFF Dip Switch 3 when not using the optional EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0
Wireless Audio Interface with the AutoTrak 2.0 System.

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SW4: Dip Switch 4 - Clear Pairing: ON clears the pairing setting of the receiver in the Belt Pack.
Switch Set 5:
 SW5: Dip Switch 1 - 3dB Gain Boost: Enable adds a three (3) dB gain to the microphone audio.
Disable provides zero gain.
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SW5: Dip Switch 2 - 6dB Gain Boost: Enable adds a six (6) dB gain to the microphone audio.
Disable provides zero gain.
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SW5: Dip Switch 3 - 9dB Gain Boost: Enable adds a nine (9) dB gain to the microphone audio.
Disable provides zero gain.
Note: The following Gain Boost Switches, 1 through 3, can be used individually or in
combination. For example, if Dip Switch 1, 3dB Gain and Dip Switch 2, 6dB Gain are
both ON, they will add a total of 9 dB of gain
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SW5: Dip Switch 4 - Automatic Gain Control: ON enables an Automatic Gain Control function that
maintains a constant audio level to regulate soft talkers as well as loud talkers. OFF disables the
Automatic Gain Control, of course.
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Optional: AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface for AutoTrak 2.0 Systems:
998-7230-000: EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface-North America
998-7230-001: EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface-International
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Front Panel Controls
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④
⑤
⑥ ⑦
1) Power ON/OFF: This switch turns the power for the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface on or off.
To use, push the power button until the blue LED is lit and the system is ready for operation.
2) Pair: This button initiates the automatic pairing (Pairing is the matching of the same Adaptive
Frequency Hopper AFH hopping sequence for both devices) for the Belt Pack Radio Transmitter and the
AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface Radio Receiver in the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface.
3) Mute: This control mutes (turns off) the audio outputs of the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface.
4) Volume: The + (plus) and – (minus) buttons are used to raise and lower the audio outputs (Balanced
and Unbalanced) from the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface.
5) Audio Level: This LED display will indicate the relative audio level output (from all sources) of the
AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface. Red Line at the top of the LED Display indicates clipping of the
audio signal.
6) Radio, EQ Filter and Compressor Status LED’s:
 Radio LED: Solid blue light indicates normal operations. Fast flashing indicates no link
established with the Belt Pack Wireless Microphone. Slow flashing indicates the Pairing cycle is in
progress.
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EQ Filter: Blue light on indicates the EQ Filter is turned on. Blue light off indicates the EQ Filter is
off. When EQ Filter is enabled, it helps increase speaker intelligibility for voice applications.
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Compressor: Solid blue light indicates that the Compressor is on. No light indicates that the
Compressor is off. Compressor on minimizes the potential of “clipping” by attenuating the audio
signals that exceed the maximum output levels.
7) Antenna: The 4” antenna is tuned to receive 2.4 GHZ signals from the IR Lanyard Belt Pack
Microphone. Note: If the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface is installed deep inside a metal
equipment rack or is surrounded by other metal cased equipment, the antenna may need to be
extended away from the rack to improve reception.
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Optional: AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface/Rear Panel Connections
①
②
③
④
⑤ ⑥ ⑦
1) 12 VDC, 1.0 Amp Power Connector: The 5.5mm OD and 2.5mm ID power connector should be
plugged into the PowerRite power supply provided by Vaddio. Use of any unauthorized power
supplies will void any and all warranties.
2) RS-232 Control: The DB-9 female connector is provided for 3rd party control systems using the
Wireless Audio Interface Application Protocol Interface (API). See the Command List.
3) Settings (8-Position Dip Switch): The eight position dip switch is used for system configuration of
the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface:
 Dip Switch 1 - Compressor: Enable adds a Dynamic Range Compressor for the Audio Line
Level Outputs (balanced or unbalanced). Disable turns it off.

Dip Switch 2 - Speaker EQ Filter: Enable adds a specialized output filter for improved
intelligibility for voice applications. Disable turns it off.

Dip Switch 3 - ON Position/USB Conference Mode: Enable (Dip Switch 3 On) creates the
desired audio mixing (Near and Far ends) for USB conferencing applications such as Skype.
Disable turns off the USB Conference Mode.
o Note: In the USB Conference Mode, the PC USB Speaker Audio is sent to the balanced and
unbalanced audio line outputs, which allows the Far End Audio to be presented in the room.
The Belt Pack Wireless Microphone Audio is also sent to the PC to send to the Far End.
o The AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface will also be recognized as a USB Audio Device by
the PC with recording (the Belt Pack Wireless Microphone Audio) and playback (the Speaker
Audio) capabilities. Disable turns the USB Conference Mode off.

Dip Switch 3 - OFF Position/USB Record Mode: Disable (Dip Switch 3 Off) creates a USB
Record Mode for PC Audio Recording (PC requires Audio Recording Software-not included) and
Playback through the USB port (Audio output through the Balanced or Unbalanced Audio Line
Outputs).
o The AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface will be recognized as a USB Audio Device by the
PC with recording (the Belt Pack Wireless Microphone Audio) and playback (the Speaker
Audio) capabilities.

Dip Switch 4 - Radio ON/OFF: ON enables the Radio Receiver for the Wireless Microphone on.
OFF turns it off, naturally.

Dip Switch 5 - Baud Rate Selection ON/OFF: OFF sets the Baud Rate to the default 9600bps.
ON sets the Baud Rate to 38400bps.

Dip Switch 6 - Front Panel Buttons Lock ON/OFF: ON locks the Front Panel Buttons and
disables the buttons from functioning. OFF allows the front panel buttons to be used.

Dip Switch 7 - Software Control ON/OFF: When ON, dip switches 1, 2, 3, 4, and 8 are ignored
to allow full serial control of the audio interface

Dip Switch 8 - Resets to Factory Defaults ON/OFF: When ON and power is plugged in, the
interface is set to factory defaults. Leave OFF for normal operation.
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4) GPIO Port: The GPIO Port provides the ability to interface with external control systems. Inputs
are logic level low. Output is an open collector.
Pin
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Power (12 VDC)
Mute Toggle (Input)
Mute Status (Output)
Volume Up (Input)
Volume Down (Output)
Not Used
Ground
5) USB Type B Connector: This connector is used to interface with the Host PC for soft-client
codec type applications.
6) Audio Outputs: There are two (2) Audio Outputs on the rear panel:
 Balanced Audio Output Jack: Balanced Line Level (on XLR - M connector) +4dBu
 Unbalanced Audio Output Jack: Unbalanced Line Level (on RCA-F connector) -10dbV
Pairing Procedure for Belt Pack Pairing with the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface:
A. Place the Belt Pack in close proximity to the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface.
B. Remove the Battery Compartment Cover: To open: See top of page 9.
C. Locate Pairing Button Switch labeled SW3. Press the button and release. The Radio LED on the
Belt Pack will begin blinking at a slow rate.
Important Note: The Pairing button on the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface must
be pushed within ten (10) seconds of pressing the pairing button SW3 on the Belt Pack or
pairing will not occur!
D. Press the Pair Button on the front panel of the EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface.
E. The Belt Pack and the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface will automatically sync with each
other. The blue Radio LED’s on the Belt Pack and the AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Interface will
illuminate solid blue indicating they are paired and ready for operation.
Lanyard, Belt Pack Controls:
The central medallion of the lanyard has an attached, strain-relieved, 32” cable
that terminates to a 5-pin mini XLR female connector. Attach the 5-pin mini XLR
to the 5-pin mini XLR male connector on the belt pack. The microphone element
is on the top of the central medallion. The lanyard material houses a flat flex type
circuit where the IR LEDs are mounted. After the initial setup is complete, the
presenter should slip the lanyard over their head and position the medallion away
from the presenter and face the Vaddio logos on the lanyard cloth cover out,
toward the cameras. Clip the belt pack onto the clothing, belt or waistband
securely. Please avoid dropping the belt pack! A smashed Belt Pack isn’t a
happy thing. However, replacements are available.
Power to illuminate the IR LEDs is supplied from the Belt Pack and if the System
Power Switch is ON, the IR LEDs will illuminate at 850 nanometers (out of the
range of visible light for mere humans). Each Lanyard has 15 IR LEDs spread
out evenly throughout the Lanyard Necklace. This invisible light is picked up by
the IR reference camera of the AutoTrak 2.0 System and information is sent to
the Tracking Camera in order to follow the presenter throughout the presentation
environment.
Note: Do not fold the Lanyard Necklace at any time as it contains a
flexible circuit that may cease to work if the necklace is hard folded.
Folding the Lanyard Flex Circuit will void any and all warranties.
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24”
Lanyard
Necklace
Central
Medallion
Mic
Element
32” Cable to
Belt Pack
Belt Pack
AutoTrak 2.0 Belt
Pack and Lanyard
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AutoTrak 2.0 Camera Tracking System
Basic System Configuration 1:
AutoTrak 2.0 999-7250-000 Dual HD-18 Kit with Quick Connect DVI/HDMI Interface (North America Only)
AutoTrak 2.0 IR Lanyard,
attached cable, Rechargeable
Belt Pack and 1-inch RP-SMA
AutoTrak 2.0 Quick-Connect
Box 998-1105-020
HD-18
IR Reference
Camera with
Adapters and
Filters
Cat-5e
Power to
EZ
Port
CVBS
BNC to RCA
Composite Video
feed to AutoTrak
2.0
Note: Belt Pack is capable of
transmitting Wireless Mic Audio at 2.4
GHz to Optional EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0
Wireless Audio Interface
Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI - SR
Interface 998-1105-018
PWR
Supply
Cat-5e
Cat-5e
AutoTrak
2.0
Dual HD-18
Mount
HD-18
Tracking Camera
Cat-5e
Cat-5e
Power to Camera
Cat-5e Cable to EZ Power Video Port
Differential HSDS Video from Camera
YPbPr
Instructor’s Confidence
Monitor (Not Included)
DVI-D or
HDMI with
adapter
Simulated Video Feed
Power to
Camera
Cat-5e
C60 Codec
(Not Included)
CVBS
from
Camera
RS-232
Cat-5e
HDMI Video
HD Video Monitors (Not Included)
Really Simulated Video Feeds
RGBHV Monitor
(Not Included)
Std Quick-Connect
Box 998-1105-001
Serial to Cat-5e
Control Adapters
Use Adapter P/N:
998-1001-232 on
these Ports
4” RP-SMA
Antenna
PWR
Supply
RGBHV
Optional Wireless Audio
EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface
Receiving Audio from Wireless Belt Pack at 2.4 GHz
Balanced Line Level (on XLR +4dBu) or
Unbalanced Line Level (on RCA -10dBV)
Port 2
Port 1
CVBS in
Video 2
AutoTrak 2.0 CPU
Keyboard & Mouse
Sound System
(Not Included)
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Basic System Configuration 2:
AutoTrak 2.0 999-7260-000 HD-18 IR Reference Camera and HD-20 Tracking Camera Kit with Quick Connect DVI/HDMI
Interface (North America Only)
AutoTrak 2.0 IR Lanyard,
attached cable, Rechargeable
Belt Pack and 1-inch RP-SMA
AutoTrak 2.0 Quick-Connect
Box 998-1105-020
HD-18
IR Reference
Camera with
Adapters and
Filters
Cat-5e
Power to
EZ
Port
CVBS
BNC to RCA
Composite Video
feed to AutoTrak
2.0
Note: Belt Pack is capable of
Transmitting Wireless Mic Audio at 2.4
GHz to Optional EasyTalk AutoTrak
2.0 Wireless Audio Interface
Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI - SR
Interface 998-1105-018
PWR
Supply
Cat-5e
Cat-5e
AutoTrak
2.0
HD-18HD-20
Mount
HD-20
Tracking Camera
Cat-5e
Cat-5e
Power to Camera
Cat-5e Cable to EZ Power Video Port
Differential HSDS Video from Camera
YPbPr
Instructor’s Confidence
Monitor (Not Included)
DVI-D or
HDMI with
adapter
Simulated Video Feed
Power to
Camera
Cat-5e
T C60 Codec
(Not Included)
CVBS
from
Camera
RS-232
Cat-5e
HDMI Video
HD Video Monitors (Not Included)
Simulated Video Feeds
RGBHV Monitor
(Not Included)
Std Quick-Connect
Box 998-1105-001
Serial to Cat-5e
Control Adapters
Use Adapter P/N:
998-1001-232 on
these Ports
4” RP-SMA
Antenna
PWR
Supply
RGBHV
Optional Wireless Audio
EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface
Receiving Audio from Wireless Belt Pack at 2.4 GHz
Balanced Line Level (on XLR +4dBu) or
Unbalanced Line Level (on RCA -10dBV)
Port 2
Port 1
CVBS in
Video 2
AutoTrak 2.0 CPU
Keyboard & Mouse
Sound System
(Not Included)
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The AutoTrak 2.0 CPU, Camera and Software Operating Instructions
The AutoTrak 2.0 CPU is a 1-RU rack
mount computer that comes preloaded
with the AutoTrak 2.0 software. It is a
closed system based on a Linux operating
system.
One More Time: The AutoTrak 2.0 CPU is a computer running a Linux OS. Please do not remove power from the AutoTrak 2.0
CPU without first shutting the system down, as you would any other business computer. It is safe to remove power only after the
AutoTrak 2.0 CPU has been shut down. Consistently power cycling the CPU with the Rear Power Switch will eventually wreck the
AutoTrak 2.0 CPU and void the warranty.
The AutoTrak 2.0 CPU uses an Intel® Atom™ Dual Core Processor, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator,
1GB DDR2 Memory with six (6) USB ports, four (4) RS-232 Ports, two (2) PS/2 interfaces for
keyboard/mouse, 16GB Compact Flash and Video capture card. CPU specifications and cosmetics are
subject to change.
Getting Started:
1) Take the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU out of the box (typical) and start the system connection.
2) Connect two (2) of the 998-1001-232 control adapters (check part numbers carefully) to serial com
ports 1 and 2. The IR Reference camera will be connected to Port 1 and the Tracking Camera will be
connected to Port 2.
3) Connect the Keyboard and the Mouse to the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU using USB ports
4) Connect the computer monitor (not included) to the DE-15 (HD-15) on the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU.
5) Connect the AC Power Cord, but do not turn on the computer yet.
Mounting Cameras and Distance Limits:
The AutoTrak 2.0 systems are shipped with
either dual HD-18 cameras and mount or
an HD-18 and HD-20 cameras and mount
that can be mounted to a wall permanently
or mounted to an optional cart system. The
vertically stacked camera arrangement is
required for the AutoTrak 2.0 software to
track properly.
Consider the placement of the cameras
carefully; the range of use is from 12’
(3.65m) and up to 40’ (12.2m). System
positioning is critical for proper and
consistent operation. If the distance from
the presenter to the wall mounting location
is greater than 40’ (12.2m), then an optional
portable cart system is recommended to
place the cameras in range of the IR
Lanyard, which is required for the tracking
system to acquire the IR LED light in order
to track the presenter.
AutoTrak 2.0
HD-18
IR Reference
Camera with
Adapters and
Filters
AutoTrak 2.0
HD-18
IR Reference
Camera with
Adapters and
Filters
Dual Mount
AutoTrak 2.0
HD-18
Tracking
Camera
AutoTrak 2.0 999-7250-000
Dual HD-18 Cameras for
IR Reference and Tracking
Cameras
Dual Mount
AutoTrak 2.0
HD-20
Tracking
Camera
AutoTrak 2.0 999-7260-000
HD-18 IR Reference
Camera and HD-20
Tracking Camera
Mount the cameras with the IR Reference Camera on the top shelf of the dual mount and mount the
Tracking Camera on the lower shelf of the dual mount.
Please mark and test all cables prior to termination. Please do not connect
these cameras to the Quick-Connect systems using the “guess/trial and error”
method. Plugging the EZ POWER/VIDEO Cat. 5 Cable into the wrong RJ-45
may cause damage to the camera system and void the warranty!
Guessing Bad
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Installing the PTZ Cameras
The IR Reference Camera requires two (2) Cat-5e cables run from the head-end
equipment; one for composite video and power, and one for control. The installation
steps for the IR Reference Camera are as follows:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Identify the IR Reference Camera, the HD-18 with the 37mm lens adapter on the lens
Make sure the 37mm to 58mm adapter ring is in place
Make sure the 58mm polarizing filter is in place
Make sure the 58mm band-pass IR filter is in place
Mount this camera to the top shelf of the dual mount with the supplied ¼”-20 screws.
Connect the 18”/45.8mm BNC to RCA Video Cable to the Composite (CVBS) BNC-M video connector on the
back of the camera and connect the RCA-M connector to the RCA–F connector on the AutoTrak 2.0 QuickConnect Box 998-1105-020.
7) Connect one side of the 12”/30.48cm Cat-5e Patch Cable to the EZ Power Video RJ-45 connector on the
camera and the other end of the cable to the AutoTrak 2.0 Quick-Connect Box 998-1105-020 to the end marked
“IR Reference Camera”. This connector is only providing power to the EZ Power Video Port.
st
8) Connect the 1 Cat-5e cable (up to 100’/30.5m not supplied) to the AutoTrak 2.0 Quick-Connect Box 998-1105020 to the RJ-45 port labeled “AutoTrak 2.0”. This Cat-5e cable is terminated at the head end to the other
Quick-Connect Box (998-1105-001) RJ-45 connector.
9) Take the composite output of the Quick-Connect Box 998-1105-001 and connect it to the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU
composite video input (you’ll need a RCA-M to RCA-M cable, which is not supplied) to the center yellow
composite input on the back of the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU.
nd
10) Connect the 2 Cat-5e cable (up to 100’ /30.5m - not supplied) to the RS-232/IR port on the camera, and at the
head-end connect it to the Control Adapter that is on COM PORT 1 on the CPU.
11) Connect the 24VDC power supply to the 998-1105-001 Quick-Connect Box.
The Tracking Camera requires two (2) Cat-5e cables run from the head-end equipment; one for YPbPr
HD video and power, and one for control. Note: AutoTrak 2.0 999-7250-000 includes a HD-18 Camera
for Tracking and 999-7260-000 includes a HD-20 Camera for Tracking.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Identify the HD-18 or HD-20 Tracking Camera (the normal camera without the 37mm lens adapter).
Mount this camera on the lower shelf of the mount with the supplied ¼”-20 screws.
Run one Cat-5e (up to 100/30.5m) cable between the EZ Power Video Port on the HD-18 or HD-20 Tracking
Camera to the EZCamera Power & HD Video Port on the Quick-Connect DVI-HDMI-SR Interface 998-1105-018.
Connect the HD Video DVI-D or the YPbPr output (or both) to a high definition monitor
Run the 2nd Cat-5e from the RS-232/IR port on the back of the HD-18 or HD-20 Camera to Control Adapter that
is connected to COM PORT 2 on the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU.
Connect the 24VDC Power supply to the Quick-Connect DVI-HDMI-SR Interface.
Booting up the System and Initial Set-up:
1) With the AutoTrak 2.0 Belt Pack on (at least the system power switch on) and the lanyard plugged into the belt
2)
pack (with the battery fully charged), place the lanyard/belt pack in a centered location approximately 20’
(6.096m) from the AutoTrak 2.0 stacked camera assembly and about 5’ (1.524m) off the floor to imitate the
height of a presenter/instructor.
Turn on the cameras and AutoTrak 2.0 CPU. The AutoTrak 2.0 CPU should boot up to the AutoTrak 2.0
application automatically. Click the Pause button to enter setup. The screen shot is below:
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Note: If AutoTrak 2.0 CPU green light is blinking (which indicates standby mode), restart system by:
 Turn the rear mounted Power Switch OFF for a few seconds and then back ON - or - remove
CPU power and then restore it - or - push the recessed Restart Button for a few seconds and
then release it.
3) Plug the IR Reference Camera into a monitor for set-up purposes. With the IR Reference plugged
into a monitor, the IR LEDs should be visible as white dots on a black background. These LEDs will
be tracked as the presenter moves around the room. To aid in set-up, a temporary RCA Y-cable may
be used to split the signal between the monitor and CPU.
4) Select the Presets Tab①, then the Reference Camera Tab②. Use the Position③ buttons to Center
the IR lanyard in the monitor display horizontally and vertically.
5) Use the Zoom④ buttons (tele & wide) to increase the size of the lanyard in the display until it is
approximately 1/3 the size of the video image on the monitor. Use the Position③ up/down buttons to
locate the lanyard in the center of the screen so the presenter’s head is in the top ½ of the screen.
6) Click the Save⑤ button to save this default zoom and tilt position for the IR Reference Camera. The
Load⑥ button is for recalling a previously saved preset.
①
②
④
③
⑥
⑤
7) Plug the composite video from the IR Reference Camera back into the middle yellow RCA-F jack on
the back of the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU.
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8) With the Tracking Camera plugged into a monitor, select the Presets① Tab and then the Tracking
Camera② Tab. Adjust the Position③ buttons and the Zoom④ buttons to tilt/zoom the camera to the
desired presenter framing. Set the zoom position and the tilt angle of the Tracking Camera and click
on the Save Preset Button⑤ to store the System Tracking Preset. The Load⑥ button is for recalling
a previously saved preset.
①
②
④
③
⑥
⑤
⑦
Note: The AutoPresenter Camera Presets ⑦ are supported by AutoTrak 2.0 when used in
conjunction with an AutoTrak POD or a AutoPresenter 6x1 HD Seamless Switcher and Automated
Camera Preset Controller. A later section explains the connectivity and set-up when using these
devices together.
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9) On the Tuning① / Tracking② Camera page, Camera Select③ automatically detects the camera
being used as the Tracking Camera. The auto-detect choices are between the HD-18 and HD-20.
10) The Iris④ control allows the user to set the specific f-stop (iris value) of the camera for challenging
lighting environments or use the system in Automatic mode. The system will auto set this value.
11) The Auto Focus Type⑤ allows the user to select the type of auto focus that is preferred. The Low and
Bright Light setting is effective for bright to low light conditions. The Low Light setting allows for faster
focusing in low light conditions. The system will auto set this value.
12) The Tilt Correction⑥ angle is to compensate for the different heights of the camera lens when the
HD-18 cameras are mounted in a co-linear stacked array which is a highly preferred and
recommended configuration. This correction angle is automatically figured by the system when the
Tracking Camera Preset or the Reference Camera Preset is saved assuring that both cameras are
pointing at the same target.
13) The Zoom Position⑦ is a reference position stored as part of the system Tracking Camera Preset.
14) The Pan Correction⑧ parameter should only be used if; there is absolutely no way that the
cameras can be stacked in a co-linear array and have to be used side by side. The side by side
configuration is not recommended. The stacked configuration is highly preferred.
15) Auto or Manual White Balance.⑨ In Manual mode, access to the Red and Blue levels is allowed to
manually adjust the camera’s color/white balance.
①
②
③
⑧
⑥
④
⑦
⑤
⑨
⑨
To start AutoTrak 2.0 click the Resume button.
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16) After approximately twenty (19.4352617) seconds the IR Reference Camera will search and locate
the IR lanyard. The lanyard was placed earlier at a specific central location and height and distance
from the cameras in previous steps.
17) Once the lanyard is located, the Tracking Camera will acquire a shot of the lanyard. A slight manual
adjustment may be necessary if the lanyard is not centered in the shot. To make the fine adjustment,
loosen the ¼-20 screw(s) holding the Tracking Camera to the mount and move the Tracking Camera
until the lanyard is centered in the display monitor. Re-tighten the ¼-20 screw and initial setup is
complete.
Important Notes Regarding AutoTrak 2.0
When setting up the IR Reference Camera, avoid the lights on the ceiling or
other bright light sources. Bright light from any source or sunlight can overwhelm
IR reception in the camera, making it impossible to distinguish the lanyard from
the background light. Tilt the Reference Camera down and away from ceiling
light cells to limit the stray light.
The IR Reference Zoom Field of View (FOV) should be as wide as possible.
When the IR Reference Camera is zoomed in too far on the tele end, the pan
search speed must be slowed down, which could cause the acquisition of the
presenter’s lanyard to take a much longer time.
The AutoTrak 2.0 CPU is a computer running a Linux OS. Please do not remove
power from the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU without first shutting the system down, this can
cause damage to the CPU and solid state drive and void the warranty. After the
AutoTrak 2.0 CPU is shut down it is safe to remove power. Also note that a
quick power cycle can also wreak havoc with the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU, just like any
other computer.
When the system is not being used, please note that the System Power on the
belt pack should be turned off and the blue LED should be off to save battery life.
The Lanyard battery life is expected at 6 to 8 hours, so please change or
recharge the batteries regularly to insure proper IR LED light levels.
Refer to the Control Parameter Descriptions table for definitions of the
terminology used in the AutoTrak 2.0 Software

Using the AutoTrak 2.0 as an Input to the AutoPresenter for Camera Presets
(If the AutoTrak 2.0 and AutoPresenter are not being used together in a system – skip this section)

AutoTrak 2.0 Tracking Camera presets require configuration in both AutoTrak 2.0 and
AutoPresenter.

In the AutoTrak 2.0, the actual camera preset positions are determined and stored. Each preset
is selected based on a Preset Index and a Preset Trigger (AutoPresenter trigger number).

In AutoPresenter, Presets (Input only) are identified and stored to a trigger number (1-72). A
menu item (“AutoTrak 2.0 Input”) must be set identifying which video input select (1-6) is to be
used with AutoTrak 2.0 video output.

The AutoPresenter will send a command to the AutoTrak 2.0 when a Preset Trigger is tripped
with AutoTrak 2.0 input select.
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To Connect the AutoTrak 2.0 to AutoPresenter (skip this section if an AutoPresenter is not part of the
system):
1)
2)
3)
4)
Take the supplied 998-1001-232 Control Adapter and attach it to COM PORT 3 on the CPU.
Attach the 998-7200-232 Control Adapter to the RS-232 THRU port on the back of the AutoPresenter.
With a Cat 5e cable (not supplied) connect the two (2) control adapters list in steps 1 & 2 above.
A system shutdown and reboot will be required for the AutoTrak 2.0 to recognize the AutoPresenter.
For reference, the AutoPresenter port is identified on the Tuning/Setup screen.
To Set the Tracking Camera Presets in AutoTrak 2.0 to be activated by AutoPresenter:
1) In the AutoPresenter Menus, select the menu item “AutoTrak 2.0 Input” and select which input (1-6)
to which the AutoTrak 2.0 will be connected. This way up to six (6) trigger inputs, between 1 and 72,
can be dedicated to preset positions for the AutoTrak 2.0 Tracking Camera. These presets can be
incorporated into the system and use the Vaddio trigger devices such as PresenterPOD, StepVIEW
mats, AutoVIEW IR Sensors, MicVIEW push to talk mics or TouchVIEW RF buttons.
2) To set Tracking Camera presets, put the system in pause mode to get at the menus and click on the
Presets① tab and then the Tracking Camera② tab.
a. Adjust the Position③ (Pan/Tilt) and Zoom④ controls for the desired preset position.
b. Assign this position Preset⑤ # (1-6) under the AutoPresenter Camera Presets area.
c.
Assign Trigger⑥ # (1-72) that is associated with the AutoPresenter trigger preset.
d. Click on the Save⑦ button.
e. To recall a preset position, set the Preset⑤ # (1-6) and click on Load⑧.
①
②
④
③
⑤
⑥
4
⑧
⑦
3) As an example, if the AutoPresenter video input for the AutoTrak 2.0 is Input 6, the AutoTrak 2.0
preset is #1 which is triggered by input trigger #4 with a trigger device. Then anytime the presenter
trigger input #4, the AutoPresenter will switch to Input 6 and the AutoPresenter will communicate to
the AutoTrak 2.0 which will send the Tracking Camera to go to Preset #1.
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Updating the System Software - AutoTrak 2.0 to AutoTrak 2.0:
1) To update the AutoTrak 2.0 system software, contact Vaddio Tech Support or
go to the Vaddio website to get the Zip File. Copy the file to Root Directory of
USB Flash Drive (not included).
2) Turn off AutoTrak 2.0 CPU.
3) Insert the USB flash drive into any available USB port of the AutoTrak 2.0
CPU.
4) Turn ON the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU. When the system recognizes a valid update
file, a dialog box will open and ask the user to confirm or cancel the firmware
update.
5) Confirm the update request and the update will be applied.
6) The system will reboot and be ready to operate.
7) Remove the USB flash drive and the update process is complete.
Note: Please do not try to upgrade an AutoTrak 1.0 to the AutoTrak 2.0 without
contacting Vaddio Tech Support. In order to upgrade from AutoTrak 1.0 to 2.0, there are
several files for the cameras and CPU that are part of the upgrade. If an AutoTrak 1.0 is
not upgraded properly, the cameras and the CPU will pretty much turn into bricks and
nobody will be happy...really. Contact Vaddio Tech Support for AutoTrak 2.0 upgrade
pricing.
The About Tab:
The About Tab’s purpose in life is to provide information on the Software Revision, supply Technical
Support contact information and certain acknowledgements.
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All Menu Screen Shots and Control Descriptions:
Tracking/Main Page
Control
Pause/Resume Button
Shutdown Button
Action
Click/Press
Click/Press
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Stop/Interrupt tracking
Close/Shutdown system
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All Menu Screen Shots and Control Descriptions (continued):
Presets: Reference Camera
Control
Action
Description
Camera Control Position Up
Button
Click/Press and hold
Direct Reference Camera Up
Camera Control Position Down
Button
Click/Press and hold
Direct Reference Camera Down
Camera Control Position Left
Button
Click/Press and hold
Direct Reference Camera Left
Camera Control Position Right
Button
Click/Press and hold
Direct Reference Camera Right
Camera Control Position Home
Button
Click/Press and hold
Direct Reference Camera Home
Camera Control Zoom Tele
Button
Click/Press and hold
Direct Reference Zoom In (Tele)
Camera Control Zoom Wide
Button
Click/Press and hold
Direct Reference Zoom Out (Wide)
System Reference Load Preset
Button
Click/Press
Load Reference Camera Preset
System Reference Save Preset
Button
Click/Press
Save Current Zoom/ Tilt Reference
Camera Preset
Pause/Resume Button
Click/Press
Pause or Return to Tracking
Shutdown Button
Click/Press
Close/Shutdown system
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All Menu Screen Shots and Control Descriptions (continued):
Presets: Tracking Camera & Presets for use with AutoPresenter
Control
Action
Description
Camera Control Position Up Button
Camera Control Position Down Button
Camera Control Position Left Button
Camera Control Position Right Button
Camera Control Position Home Button
Camera Control Zoom Tele Button
Camera Control Zoom Wide Button
System Tracking Load Preset Button
System Tracking Save Preset Button
Click/Press and hold
Click/Press and hold
Click/Press and hold
Click/Press and hold
Click/Press and hold
Click/Press and hold
Click/Press and hold
Click/Press
Click/Press
AutoPresenter Presets - Preset: #
Click/Press Up/Down
AutoPresenter Presets - Trigger: #
AutoPresenter Presets Load Button
AutoPresenter Presets Save Button
Click/Press Up/Down
Click/Press
Click/Press
Direct Tracking Camera Up
Direct Tracking Camera Down
Direct Tracking Camera Left
Direct Tracking Camera Right
Direct Tracking Camera Home
Direct Tracking Zoom In (Tele)
Direct Tracking Zoom Out (Wide)
Load Tracking Camera Preset
Save Current Tilt & Zoom as Tracking
Camera Preset
Select AutoTrak 2.0 preset index (16)
Select AutoPresenter Trigger( 1-72)
Load selected preset
Save selected preset
Pause/Resume Button
Shutdown Button
Click/Press
Click/Press
Pause or Return to Tracking
Close/Shutdown system
Note 1: AutoPresenter Presets Trigger Number “0” denotes no presets present.
Note 2: Status bar shows the Tracking Camera Pan/Tilt/Zoom positions and Pan/Tilt Speeds.
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All Menu Screen Shots and Control Descriptions (continued):
Presets: Setup Speeds
Feature
Pan Speed
Tilt Speed
Save Button
Pause/Resume Button
Shutdown Button
Action
Click/Press Up/Down
Click/Press Up/Down
Click/Press
Click/Press
Click/Press
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Select Pan Speed
Select Tilt Speed
Save Pan/Tilt Speeds
Pause or Return to Tracking
Close/Shutdown system
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All Menu Screen Shots and Control Descriptions (continued):
Tuning: Algorithm
Control
Luminance Threshold
Max Luminance
Density
Search Left Limit
Search Right Limit
Move Left Limit
Move Right Limit
Search Pan Speed
Search Tilt Position
Projection Time
Action
Window Width
Click Up/Down
Max Blind Time
Click Up/Down
Max. Reacquisition
Time
Load Button
Save Button
Pause/Resume Button
Shutdown Button
Click Up/Down
Click Up/Down
Slider Left/Right
Click Up/Down
Click Up/Down
Click Up/Down
Click Up/Down
Click Up/Down
Click Up/Down
Click Up/Down
Click/Press
Click/Press
Click/Press
Click/Press
Description
Minimum illumination to be considered a valid target (1-255)
Max luminance points to be considered a valid target (19999)
The Left most location, in degrees, to search for target.
The Right most location, in degrees, to search for target.
The Left most location, in degrees, camera can move.
The Right most location, in degrees, camera can move.
Pan search speed and max tracking camera speed
Reference camera tilt angle, in degrees
Tracking speed adjustment where higher value reduces
speed.
Wider Window Width reduces left-right movement. Narrow
Window Width increases the left-right movement of the
camera
Time, in sec, to wait after target loss to begin target reacquisition
Time, in sec, to search for target before going into standby
mode.
Load all tuning setting
Save all tuning setting
Pause or Return to Tracking
Close/Shutdown system
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All Menu Screen Shots and Control Descriptions (continued):
Tuning: Reference Camera
Feature
Iris
Auto Gain
Action
Click Up/Down
Click Up/Down
Zoom Position
Slider
Left/Right
Click/Press
Click/Press
Description
Manual Mode allows Iris adjustment in steps (f-stops)
Brightness gain used to make IR lanyard more visible (030)
Zoom position, in steps (0- 9984), auto-stored when
Reference Camera Preset is saved.
Loads previously saved settings
Saves tuning settings for IR Reference Camera
Click/Press
Pause or Return to Tracking
Click/Press
Close/Shutdown system
Load Button
Save Button
Pause/Resume
Button
Shutdown
Button
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All Menu Screen Shots and Control Descriptions (continued):
Tuning: Tracking Camera
Feature
Action
Description
Camera Select
Click On
The system will auto-detect if a HD-18 Tracking Camera or HD-20
Tracking Camera is being used.
Iris
Click Up/Down
Auto Mode
Manual Mode allows Iris adjustment in steps (f-stops)
The system will auto set this value to start.
Auto Focus Type
Click Up/Down
Select Between “Low and Bright Light” Conditions or
“Low Light” Conditions. The “Low and Bright Light” setting works
best in rooms with bright spots and reflections (uneven lighting). The
“Low Light” Setting works best in low to medium, even lighting
environments and focusing is faster.
The system will auto set this value to start.
Pan Correction
Click Up/Down
Value, in degrees, to adjust reference location used to move
Tracking Camera. (FOR USE ONLY WITH SIDE BY SIDE CAMERA
INSTALLATIONS - THIS CONFIGURATION IS NOT
RECOMMENDED)
Tilt Correction
Click Up/Down
Value, in degrees, to adjust reference Tilt location used for the
Tracking Tilt.
Zoom Position
Slider Left/Right
Zoom position, in steps (0- 9984), auto-stored when Tracking
Camera Preset is saved.
Load Button
Click/Press
Loads previously saved settings
Save Button
Click/Press
Saves tuning settings for Tracking Camera
NOTE: Bright and natural sunlight containing too much IR light can hinder AutoTrak 2.0’s
performance.
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All Menu Screen Shots and Control Descriptions (continued):
Tuning: Setup
Feature
Action
Description
System Description
Type # and letters
Names file for Exporting Parameters
Pan Speed
Click Up/Down
Max Pan speed, in degrees/Sec
Tilt Speed
Click Up/Down
Max Tilt speed, in degrees/Sec
Zoom Speed
Click Up/Down
Max Zoom speed
Auto Presenter Port
Drop Down Select
Device Name for AutoPresenter Serial Port
Reference Camera Port
Drop Down Select
Device Name for Reference Camera Serial Port
Tracking Camera Port
Drop Down Select
Device Name for Tracking Camera Serial Port
Restore Factory Defaults*
Click
Sets all parameters to factory preset defaults
Export Parameters
Click/Press
Opens dialogue box to allow user to export (save or store)
current AutoTrak 2.0 parameters to local or flash drive
Import Parameters
Click/Press
Opens dialogue box to allow user to export (store) current AutoTrak
2.0 parameters. A USB drive must be inserted before clicking this
button. The default location is the USB drive (a path such as
/media/sdxx). Alternatively, the parameter file can be saved locally
at /home/Vaddio.
Load Button
Click/Press
Loads previously saved settings
Save Button
Click/Press
Saves Setup Page settings
Pause/Resume Button
Click/Press
Pause or Return to Tracking
Shutdown Button
Click/Press
Close/Shutdown system
*Pop-up Warning for Restore Factory Defaults:
If the Restore Factory Defaults button is selected, then the “Are You Sure” dialog box will pop up to
protect the previously stored presets and make sure that resetting to the factory defaults is truly intended.
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All Menu Screen Shots and Control Descriptions (continued):
Tuning: Setup
Feature
Action
Description
System Description
Type # and letters
Names file for Exporting Parameters
Pan Speed
Click Up/Down
Max Pan speed, in degrees/Sec
Tilt Speed
Click Up/Down
Max Tilt speed, in degrees/Sec
Zoom Speed
Click Up/Down
Max Zoom speed
Auto Presenter Port
Drop Down Select
Device Name for AutoPresenter Serial Port
Reference Camera Port
Drop Down Select
Device Name for Reference Camera Serial Port
Tracking Camera Port
Drop Down Select
Device Name for Tracking Camera Serial Port
Restore Factory Defaults*
Click
Sets all parameters to factory preset defaults
Export Parameters
Click/Press
Opens dialogue box to allow user to export (save or store)
current AutoTrak 2.0 parameters to local or flash drive
Import Parameters
Click/Press
Opens dialogue box to allow user to export (store) current
AutoTrak 2.0 parameters. A USB drive must be inserted before
clicking this button. The default location is the USB drive (a path
such as /media/sdxx). Alternatively, the parameter file can be
saved locally at /home/Vaddio.
Load Button
Click/Press
Loads previously saved settings
Save Button
Click/Press
Saves Setup Page settings
Pause/Resume Button
Click/Press
Pause or Return to Tracking
Shutdown Button
Click/Press
Close/Shutdown system
*Pop-up Warning for Restore Factory Defaults:
If the Restore Factory Defaults button is selected, then the “Are You Sure” dialog box will pop up to
protect the previously stored presets and make sure that resetting to the factory defaults is truly intended.
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Control Parameter Descriptions: Definitions of the terminology used in the AutoTrak 2.0 Software
This is the minimum IR brightness level indicating the IR lanyard is present in the
Luminance
video frame. The actual value is calculated from the video capture data received
Threshold
from the camera. Default = 180 Range 1-255
This is the maximum number of light points to accept the current frame as containing
Max
the lanyard. This value could be lowered to restrict false lanyard readings. When a
Luminance
value is read higher then this value, it is ignored, and the “Find Lanyard” processing
Density
is restarted. Default = 2000 Range 1-9999
This value is used to reduce the search pan speed based on the projected next
Projection
position. A larger value will increase the lag time when following the detected
Time
lanyard, while lower values will increase the number of camera adjustments. This
parameter works in conjunction with the ‘Search Pan Speed parameter’. Default =
.25
Max Blind Time This value defines the time to wait after the detected lanyard is lost before re-starting
the lanyard search. This parameter is used to account for temporary lanyard loss
due to a block condition. Increasing the value will delay the re-start of the Find
Lanyard search. Higher values may be counter-productive where lanyard loss is due
to ‘Bright Spots’. Bright spots are non-lanyard light sources which mask out the IR
light. Default = 5 seconds.
This value, in degrees, is the leftmost point of travel for the camera lanyard search.
Search Left
Limit
This value, in degrees, is the rightmost point of travel for the camera lanyard search.
Search Right
Limit
Move Left Limit This value, in degrees, is the leftmost point of travel for the camera to move.
This value, in degrees, is the rightmost point of travel for the camera to move.
Move Right
Limit
This value indicates the maximum speed for pan movement.
Search Pan
Speed
This value, in degrees, defines the fixed Reference Tilt angle.
Search Tilt
Position
This value indicates the maximum find lanyard time. When this time expires, the
Max
Reference and Tracking Cameras are returned to home. They will wait until IR is
Reacquisition
received again to restart. Default = 60 seconds
Time
This value, in degrees, is the “Close Enough Zone”. When the camera movement
Window Width
reaches in this window, movement stops. A smaller width will provide more accurate
centering, while a larger width will reduce the number of camera movements.
Default = 20
This value, in steps, directs the zoom setting of the IR Reference Camera. A lower
Reference
number will make the camera movement appear smoother but the lanyard needs to
Zoom Position
be large enough in the image to be recognized. The larger the number, the larger
the Lanyard but this reduces the overall capture size and will force a reduction in the
‘Search Pan Speed’ and an increase of the ‘Projection Time’ parameters to allow
enough capture data received to recognize the Lanyard.
This value increases the IR Camera gain to recognize the lanyard. Default = 30,
Auto Gain
Range 0 – 30
Pan Correction This value, in degrees, overcorrects the Reference Camera target used to calculate
the Tracking Camera pan location when the configuration uses side by side cameras
(CONFIGURATION NOT RECOMMENDED).
This value, in degrees, overcorrects the Reference Camera target used to calculate
Tilt Correction
the Tracking camera tilt location. This parameter automatically adjusts the Reference
Tilt to compensate for the distance vertically between the cameras.
Tracking Zoom
Position
This value, in steps, directs the zoom setting of the tracking camera.
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Setup Pan
Speed
Setup Tilt
Speed
AutoPresenter
Port
Reference
Camera Port
Tracking
Camera Port
Iris Control
Ref. Camera
Iris Control
Tracking
Camera
Camera Select
Auto Focus
Type
This value, degrees’ is used in the ‘User Interface’ to set camera presets.
This value, degrees’ is used in the ‘User Interface’ to set camera presets.
This string represents the Device name of the serial port used to communicate with
an AutoPresenter.
This string represents the Device name of the serial port used to communicate with
the IR Reference Camera.
This string represents the Device name of the serial port used to communicate with
the Tracking Camera.
This parameter is used to reduce the light and increase the contrast of the lanyard IR
emitters. Default value is in parenthesis.
This parameter is used to adjust the iris (f-stop) to prevent blooming between light
and dark areas in auto iris mode. The Default value is Auto mode, but if blooming
within the presenter area is a problem, switch to manual mode.
This parameter is used select either the AutoTrak 2.0 HD-18 or AutoTrak 2.0 HD-20
as the Tracking Camera (Iris values are different between cameras). Note: The HD18 is always the reference camera.
This parameter allows the user to select the Auto Focus method. The two (2)
options are; Low Light – works in average and even light conditions, Low and Bright
Light – works better in rooms with bright spots and reflections. Bright light containing
IR will hinder AutoTrak 2.0 operation.
Details on the Vaddio AutoTrak 2.0 HD-18 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Cameras used in the
AutoTrak 2.0 Systems:
Camera Features:
1) Camera/Sensor/Optics:
1/3-Type, Megapixel HD CCD image sensor is
combined with an 18x optical zoom lens, for
capturing high-quality HD video.
①
②
④
2) Tally Light:
For the Tracking, the tally light is not used. For
the IR Reference camera, the tally light will blink
when it is acquiring the subject wearing the IR
Lanyard and when it locks on the IR Lanyard the
tally light will remain on.
3) IR Sensors:
IR sensors are built into the front of the
WallVIEW HD-18 to receive IR signals from the
IR remote control supplied with the camera.
③
Front View of Vaddio HD-18
HD PTZ Camera
4) Power Light:
A blue power light is illuminated when the
camera is turned on.
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Rear View of HD-18
⑤
⑨
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑩
⑪
⑫
5) RS-232 In & IR Out:
The RS-232 accepts modified Canon control protocol for camera control.
6) DIP Switch Settings:
Settings for IR remote, baud rate, SD output format, image flip can be configured on these switches. See
Pages 39-40 for additional information switch settings.
7) HD Video Select:
A rotary switch allows the user to choose the component HD output video resolution and format. See
Page 39-40 for additional information on switch settings.
8) 12 VDC Input
NOTE: The power input is not used with the AutoTrak 2.0 system. This is only used on the standard,
ClearVIEW HD-18 camera.
9) YPbPr Video Output:
Component HD video is fed through the DB-15 connector.
10) SD Video Output:
Standard definition video is fed through the BNC connector.
11) EZ Power Video Port:
CAT-5e cable is connected to the Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI SR Interface. The EZ Power Video Port
supplies power to the camera and returns component HD video up to 100’ (30.5 m)’.
12) Slot for Optional Cards
Optional slot cards can be plugged into the WallVIEW HD-18 camera through the slot in the back of the
camera base.
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Details on the Vaddio AutoTrak 2.0 HD-20 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Camera used in the
AutoTrak 2.0 Systems:
Camera Features:
①
1) Camera/Sensor/Optics:
6.49mm diagonal (1/2.8-Type) high speed CMOS
image sensor with 3.27M pixels is combined with
a 20x optical zoom lens for capturing truly
precise and clean HD video.
④
②
③
Front View of Vaddio HD-20
HD PTZ Camera
2) Tally Light:
For the Tracking Camera, in this case the HD-20,
the tally light is not used.
3) IR Sensors:
IR sensors are built into the front of the
WallVIEW HD-20 to receive IR signals from the
IR remote control supplied with the camera.
4) Power Light:
A blue power light is illuminated when the
camera is turned on.
Rear View of HD-20
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑨
⑩
⑪
⑧
⑫
5) RS-232 In & IR Out:
The RS-232 accepts modified Canon control protocol for camera control.
6) DIP Switch Settings:
Settings for IR remote, baud rate, SD output format, image flip can be configured on these switches. See
Pages 40-41 for additional information switch settings.
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7) HD Video Select:
A rotary switch allows the user to choose the component HD output video resolution and format. See
Pages 40-41 for additional information on switch settings.
8) 12 VDC Input
NOTE: The power input is not used with the AutoTrak 2.0 system. This is only used on the standard,
ClearVIEW HD-20 camera.
9) HDMI Output:
The HDMI output feeds out HD digital video only (no copy protect or device communication is included).
SD is not supported
10) YPbPr Output:
Component HD video is fed through the DB-15 connector. YPbPr and HDMI signals are simultaneous.
SD is not supported
9) EZ Power Video Port:
CAT-5e cable is connected to the Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI SR Interface. The EZ Power Video Port
supplies power to the camera and returns component HD video up to 100’ (30.5 m)’.
10) Slot for Optional Cards
Optional slot cards can be plugged into the WallVIEW HD-20 camera through the slot in the back of the
camera base.
HD-18 used as the IR Reference Camera:
HD-18 with Adapters
and Filters Attached
The AutoVIEW 2.0 HD-18 camera is the only camera
that is used for the IR Tracking Camera. The features
of the HD-18 and the sensitivity of the image sensor
make the HD-18 an ideal choice for tracking the IR
Lanyard.
The IR Reference HD-18 is equipped with the following
adapters and filters:
 One (1) 37mm female lens ring adapter attached to
HD-18 Camera
 One (1) 37mm to 58mm adapter ring
 One (1) 58mm polarizing filter
 One (1) 58mm band-pass IR filter
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 Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI - SR Interface:
1-RU ½ Rack Size, used with AutoTrak 2.0 Systems
①② ③④
⑤
⑥
⑧
⑦
⑨
⑩
1) Blue LED Power Indicator.
2) 24 VDC Power Port: Coax Power Connector, 5.5mm OD x 2.5mm ID, Positive Center.
3) Recessed Color Space Conversion Switch: Toggles between HDMI YCbCr and sRGB (RGBHV)
color space. Change the color space to accommodate either YCbCr or RGBHV monitors.
4) RS-232 Control Input (from joystick controller, codec or control system).
5) To Camera: RS-232 Control to & from Camera and IR signals returned from the camera.
6) Daisy Chain Control Port: Daisy Chain Control Emulation (DCCE) output to next Quick-Connect
DVI/HDMI SR Interface (does not function with the AutoTrak 2.0 System).
7) IR Output Port: Non-modulated (for hard connections) and Modulated for use with IR emitters.
8) DVI-D Output: High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) Transmitter, HDMI (v 1.3 with deep color)
and DVI v 1.0 Compliant.
9) YPbPr Output: Analog Component Video Output on DE-15F (HD-15F) Connector, Resolutions up to
1080p/60 with monitor support.
10) EZCamera Power & HD Video Port: Supplies power to camera and returns HD video from the
camera via Cat-5e. Maximum distance on the CAT-5e cable is 100’ (30.5 m).
AutoTrak 2.0 HD-18 Switch Settings:
These switch settings must be set in accordance with the peripherals used in the system. For the
AutoTrak 2.0, the required settings are noted. On the bottom of the camera there is a label that defines
the 10-positon dip switch functions and the rotary HD/YPbPr Video Select switch.
Rear panel of
HD-18 PTZ
Camera
Switch Setting Label on bottom of HD-18:
DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
IR 1
1 & 2 UP
IR 2
ON
1
IR 3
ON
2
*
IR
OUT
OFF
9600
bps
SD
NTSC
ON
38400
bps
SD
PAL
3
4
5
SD 4:3
6 & 7 UP
SD
SQ
6
SD
LB
7
HD VIDEO SELECT
IMAGE TEST
FLIP BARS
OFF
OFF
ON
8
ON
9
10
OFF
ON
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
720p/59.94
1080i/59.94
1080p/59.94
1080p/60
720p/50
1080i/50
1080p/50
480i/29.97
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
576i/25
1080p/30
1080p/25
10
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HD Video Select:
This rotary switch sets the HD YPbPr video output resolution. Use the resolution that works well with the
peripheral equipment (monitors, codecs, video mixers, etc.) Not all monitors can handle all the
resolutions on this table. Please choose the resolution that best serves your peripheral equipment.
Finding the sweet spot can be a bit of a challenge due to the scalers built in to cameras, monitors, video
mixers and video processors.
AutoTrak 2.0 HD-18 Dip Switch Settings:
 IR 1, 2 & 3: These settings, using switches 1 & 2, determine the IR frequency of the one IR remote
control that was supplied with your system. The IR remote can operate up to three different PTZ
cameras from one remote, using the selector buttons at the top of the remote. Do not set the same IR
number for both cameras!
 *IR Out: Leave this switch in the ON position on both the IR Reference and Tracking cameras
for use with AutoTrak 2.0. When this switch is in the ON position, the IR Remote is overridden.
 Baud Rate: The options for baud rate are 9600 or 38,400 for RS-232. Set to 9600bps for AutoTrak
2.0.
 SD Output Frequency: Select either NTSC or PAL as the output for the camera’s SD signal that is
transmitted on the BNC connector. For North America, for the IR Reference camera set to NTSC for
the AutoTrak 2.0. For International systems, use the PAL setting
 SD Output Size: Three options are available for the SD output, select from crop, squeeze or letterbox.
Set this parameter accordingly to the peripherals used.
 Image Flip: Turning Image Flip on (switch down), will flip the image and allow the camera to be
inverted. For AutoTrak 2.0, set image flip to OFF.
 Test Bars: Turning this switch on will override the camera video output and send non-standard 75%
test video bars from the camera output. The test color bars are intended as a convenience for testing
the signal path and for use with the HD-18 CCU System and diagnostics of configuration cabling.
 Switch 10: This switch is unused, and should be left in the OFF position.
AutoTrak 2.0 HD-20 Switch Settings:
These switch settings must be set in accordance with the peripherals used in the system. For the
AutoTrak 2.0, the required settings are noted. On the bottom of the camera there is a label that defines
the 10-positon dip switch functions and the rotary HD/YPbPr Video Select switch.
HD Video Select:
This rotary switch sets the HD YPbPr video output resolution. Use the resolution that works well with the
peripheral equipment (monitors, codecs, video mixers, etc.) Not all monitors can handle all the
resolutions on this table. Please choose the resolution that best serves your peripheral equipment.
Finding the sweet spot can be a bit of a challenge due to the scalers built in to cameras, monitors, video
mixers and video processors.
HD Video Select Switch
Camera Settings 10-Pos Dip Switch
HD-20
Rear
Panel
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Switch Setting Label on the Bottom of the HD-20 (slightly different than the HD-18)
DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
IR 1
OFF

IR 2
OFF
IR 3
OFF
*
IR
OUT
OFF
IMAGE HDMI
9600
FLIP COLOR
bps
OFF YCbCr
IR 1
ON
IR 2
ON
IR 3
ON
IR
OUT
ON
38400
bps
1
2
3
4
5
ON
6
VIDEO SELECT
8
OFF
9
OFF
10
OFF
sRGB
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
720p/59.94
1080i/59.94
1080p/30
720p/50
1080i/50
1080p/25
720p/60
1080i/60
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
10
Set the HD output resolution for the camera with the Rotary Switch.
AutoTrak 2.0 HD-20 Dip Switch Settings:
 IR 1, 2 & 3: These settings, using switches 1, 2 and 3 determine the IR frequency of the one IR
remote control that was supplied with your system. The IR remote can operate up to three different
PTZ cameras from one remote, using the selector buttons at the top of the remote.
 IR Out 4: *IR Out: Leave this switch in the ON position on both the IR Reference and Tracking
cameras for use with AutoTrak 2.0. When this switch is in the ON position, the IR Remote is
overridden.

Baud Rate 5: The options for baud rate are either 9600 bps or 38,400 bps. Set to 9600bps for
AutoTrak 2.0.

Image Flip 6: To invert the HD-20, turn the IMAGE FLIP ON (switch down). For AutoTrak 2.0, set
image flip to OFF.

HDMI Color or sRGB Color space 7: Default is YCbCr. Use sRGB color space with older DVI-D
1.0 monitors only. The YCbCr color space is best for HDMI digital video.

Switches 8, 9 and 10: Leave up - or in the OFF position
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AutoTrak 2.0 General Specifications*:
AutoTrak 2.0 Belt Pack and Lanyard
Battery Type and Size
Battery Life
Connectors
Belt Pack Size
Battery Pack Weight
Lanyard Necklace Length
Lanyard Cable Length
Lanyard Cable
Lanyard Weight with Cable
AutoTrak 2.0 CPU
Processor
Graphics
RGBHV Output
Video Capture Card
Memory
Storage
Ethernet
RS-232 Interfaces
USB Ports
Dimensions/Weight
Power
AutoTrak 2.0 HD-18 Camera
Image Sensor
Picture Elements
Signal System
4400mAH Lithium Ion
Typical Full-Charge Time: @ 9hours (from dead battery)
5-Pin mini XLR-M
4.5”(114.3mm) H X 3.0” (76.2mm) W X 1.25” (31.75mm) D
.15 lbs. (.068 kg)
24” (609.6mm)
32” (812.8mm)
5-Pin mini XLR-F, Strain Relieved on both ends, attached to the Lanyard
0.15 lbs (0.0680388555 kg - roughly)
Intel® Atom™ Dual Core Processor
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator
One (1) DE-15F (HD-15F) Connector (resolution limited to 800 x 600 @ 60 Hz)
Internal with 3-RCA-F and 1-Y/C-F Connectors, Use the center RCA connector for AutoTrak 2.0
1GB DDR2
16GB SSD
Two (2) Gb Ethernet ports on RJ-45 (Application Does not support the Ethernet ports)
Three (3) RS-232 on DB-9M (DE-9M)
Six (6) USB 2.0 Ports
1-RU - 1.72” (43.7mm) H x 18.93” (480.8mm) W x 10” (254mm) D / 8.8lbs (4.0kg)
110V -240V 50/60Hz Switching Power Supply (internal)
1/3-Type CCD
1.3 Megapixel
HD: 1080p, 1080i or 720p @ 59.94; 1080p @ 60/50/30/25; 1080i or 720p @ 50SD: Composite - NTSC or PAL (simultaneous
HD & SD Out) Crop, Squeeze or Letterbox Modes
18x Optical Zoom
f=4.7 to 84.6mm
3.2 to 55.2 degrees (16:9)
>50 dB
Yes
1.8 Lux
RS-232 (9600 - Default for AutoTrak 2.0)
+170 degrees to -170 degrees
+90 degrees to -30 degrees
8.55” (217.2mm) H x 6.748” (171.4mm) W x 7.134” (181.2mm) D
5.8 lbs (2.63 kg)
Lens
Focal Length
Horizontal Viewing Angle
Video S/N Ratio
Invertible
Minimum Illumination
Serial Communication
Pan Range
Tilt Range
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Weight
AutoTrak 2.0 HD-20 Camera
Image Sensor
6.49mm diagonal (1/2.8 Type) Exmor High-speed CMOS Image Sensor
Picture Elements
3.27 Megapixels
Signal System
1080i/59.94/60, 1080/50i, 720p/59.94/60, 720/50p, 1080/30p and 1080/25p (SD Resolutions not Supported)
Lens
20x Optical Zoom Lens with HiLD™ (High Index Low Dispersion) Glass, F1.6 Wide to F3.5 Tele, 11-Elements in 9-Groups
Focal Length
f=4.7mm wide to 94mm tele
Horizontal Viewing Angle
2.9° to 55.2° - 16:9 Format
Video S/N Ratio
>50 dB
Invertible
Yes - With No Frame Delay
Minimum Illumination
1.6 LUX (F1.6, 50IRE)
Serial Communication
RS-232 (Modified VISCA) (9600 - Default for AutoTrak 2.0)
Pan Range
Pan: +170 degrees to -170 degrees
Tilt Range
Tilt: +90 degrees to -30 degrees
Dimensions (H x W x D)
7.81” (198.37mm) x 6.67” (169.42mm) x 7.057” (179.25. mm)
Weight
5.6 lbs. (2.63083592 kg.)
OPTIONAL EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface
Part Numbers
999-7230-000 - North America, 999-7230-001 - Int’l
Audio Outputs
Balanced Line Level (on XLR - M connector) +4dBu
Unbalanced Line Level (on RCA-F connector) -10dBV
Mic Output Volume Control
10k Audio Taper Potentiometer
Switch Gear
Tactile illuminated push button blue LED Power Switch (ON/OFF), and Mic Mute (Mute when lit)
Status Indicator
Blue LED
Display/LED Indicators Speed
Less than 299,792,458 meters per second (accounting for the index of refractivity of air - 1.0003
Antenna Connector
One (1) RP-SMA connector
Power Supply/Connector
12 VDC, 1.0 Amp Switching Supply, 5.5mm OD x 2.5mm ID coax receptacle on AutoTrak 2.0
Weight
Approx. 3.3 lbs (1.496854821 kg)
Dimensions Audio Interface
1.72” (43.688mm) H x 18.93 (480.822mm) W x 6” (152.4mm) D
Part Numbers
999-7250-000
999-7260-000
999-7250-001
999-7260-001
999-7230-000 - North America,
999-7230-001 - Int’l
AutoTrak 2.0 with Dual HD-18 Kit with Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI - North America
AutoTrak 2.0 with HD-18 and HD-20 Kit with Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI - North America
AutoTrak 2.0 with Dual HD-18 Kit with Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI - Int’l
AutoTrak 2.0 with HD-18 and HD-20 Kit with Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI - Int’l
OPTIONAL EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface
Origin
Made in the USA with the exception of the AutoTrak 2.0 CPU (assembled in the USA)
*All Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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Warranty Information: (See Vaddio Warranty, Service and Return Policies posted on vaddio.com for complete details):
Hardware* Warranty: One year limited warranty on all parts. Vaddio warrants this product against defects in
materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the day of purchase from Vaddio. If Vaddio receives notice
of such defects during the warranty period, they will, at their option, repair or replace products that prove to be
defective. Please see Vaddio’s Service Terms and Conditions at vaddio.com for specific details and policies.
Exclusions: The above warranty shall not apply to defects resulting from: improper or inadequate maintenance by
the customer, customer applied software or interfacing, unauthorized modifications or misuse, operation outside the
normal environmental specifications for the product, use of the incorrect power supply, improper installation (plugging
things in wrong), improper extension of the power supply cable or improper site operation and maintenance.
Vaddio Customer Service: Vaddio will test, repair, or replace the product or products without charge if the unit is
under warranty and is found to be defective. If the product is out of warranty, Vaddio will test then repair the product
or products. The cost of parts and labor charge will be estimated by a technician and confirmed by the customer prior
to repair. All components must be returned for testing as a complete unit. Vaddio will not accept responsibility for
shipment after it has left the premises. Vaddio will only advance replace out of box failures or random equipment
failures up to 30 days after the purchase date (not the install date).
Vaddio Technical Support: Vaddio technicians will determine and discuss with the customer the criteria for repair
costs and/or replacement. Vaddio Technical Support can be contacted through one of the following resources: e-mail
support at support@vaddio.com or online at www.vaddio.com.
Return Material Authorization (RMA) Number: Before returning a product for repair or replacement, request an
RMA from Vaddio’s technical support. Provide a technician with a return phone number, e-mail address, shipping
address, and product serial numbers and describe the reason for repairs or returns as well as the date of purchase
and proof of purchase. Include your assigned RMA number in all correspondence with Vaddio. Write your assigned
RMA number on the clearly on the shipping label when returning the product. All products returned for credit are
subject to a restocking charge without exception.
Voided Warranty: The warranty does not apply if the original serial number has been removed or if the product has
been disassembled or damaged through misuse, accident, modifications, or unauthorized repair. Cutting the power
supply cable on the secondary side (low voltage side) to extend the power to the device (camera or controller) voids
the warranty for that device.
Shipping and Handling: Vaddio will not pay for inbound shipping transportation or insurance charges or accept any
responsibility for laws and ordinances from inbound transit. Vaddio will pay for outbound shipping, transportation, and
insurance charges for all items under warranty but will not assume responsibility for loss and/or damage by the
outbound freight carrier. If the return shipment appears damaged, retain the original boxes and packing
material for inspection by the carrier. Contact your carrier immediately.
Products Not Under Warranty:
warranty products.
Payment arrangements are required before outbound shipment for all out of
*Vaddio manufactures its hardware products from parts and components that are new or equivalent to new in accordance with industry standard practices.
Other General Information:
Care and Cleaning
Do not attempt to take this product apart at any time. There are no user-serviceable components inside.

Do not spill liquids in the product

Keep this device away from food and liquid

For smears or smudges on the product, wipe with a clean, soft cloth

Use a lens cleaner on the lens

Do not use any abrasive chemicals.
Operating and Storage Conditions:
Do not store or operate the device under the following conditions:

Temperatures above 40°C (104°F) or temperatures below 0°C (32°F)

High humidity, condensing or wet environments

In inclement weather

In swimming pools, airport bathrooms or bat caves

Dry environments with an excess of static discharge

Treat the CPU like a business computer, shut it down prior to removing power.

Under severe vibration
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Compliance and CE Declaration of Conformity: AutoTrak 2.0 CPU
Compliance testing was performed to the following regulations:

FCC 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart B/Oct. 2009

ICES-003, Issue 4: 2004

EN-55011: 2007 + A2: 2007

EN 55022: 2006 + A1: 2007

CISPR 22: 1997

EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
FCC Part 15 Compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.

Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference, and (2) This
device must accept any interference including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Vaddio can affect emission compliance and could void the
user’s authority to operate this equipment.
ICES-003 Compliance
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in
the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’emet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils
numeriques de la classe A préscrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicte par le ministère des
Communications du Canada.
European Compliance
This product has been evaluated for Electromagnetic Compatibility under the EMC Directive for Emissions and
Immunity and meets the requirements for a Class A digital device. In a domestic environment this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Standard(s) To Which Conformity Is Declared:
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
EN-55011: 2007 + A2: 2007
EN 55022: 2006 + A1: 2007
EN 61000-6-4: 2007
EN 61000-3-2: 2006
EN 6100-3-3: 2008
EN 61000-6-2: 2005
EN 55024: 1998 + Amendments A1: 2001 + A2: 2003
Emissions
Conducted and Radiated Emissions
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Limits for Harmonic Content
Limits for Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker
Immunity for Industrial Environments
Immunity

EN 61000-4-2: 2008
Electrostatic Discharge

EN 61000-4-3: 2008
Radiated Immunity

EN 61000-4-4: 2004 + Corrigendum 1:2006 + Corr. 2:2007
Electrical Fast Transients

EN 61000-4-5: 2005
Surge Immunity

EN 61000-4-6: 2008
Conducted Immunity

EN 61000-4-8: 2009
Power Frequency Magnetic Field

EN 61000-4-11: Second Edition: 2004
Voltage Dips, Interrupts and Fluctuations
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Compliance and CE Declaration of Conformity: AutoTrak 2.0 Worldwide Belt Pack and Lanyard
Compliance testing was performed to the following regulations:

FCC Part 15 Subpart B

FCC Part 15, Subpart C, Section 15.247

Industry Canada RSS-210 Issue 8

Industry Canada RSS-Gen Issue 3

IEC 60950-1/A1: 2009

ETSI EN 300 328 V1.7.1

EN 55022 A: 2010 (CISPR 22, 2008, Modified)

ICES-003, Issue 4: 2004

EN 55022 A: 2010

AS/NZS CISPR 22: 2009 +A1:2010

VCCI V-3/2011.04

EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Safety
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
FCC Part 15 Subpart B, Subpart C, Section 15.249 Compliance and Industry Canada RS-210
Compliance





This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15, Subpart C
of the FCC Rules and RS210 of Industry Canada. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in
which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference, and (2) This device must
accept any interference including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Vaddio can affect emission compliance and could void the user’s
authority to operate this equipment.
Do not use any antenna other than the one provided on the unit.
This equipment complies with the FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for portable transmitting devices operating in an
uncontrolled environment. End users must follow the specific operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance.
ICES-003 Compliance
ICES-003, Issue 4: 2004
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio
Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’emet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numeriques de
la classe B préscrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicte par le ministère des Communications du Canada.
European Compliance
This product has been evaluated for Electromagnetic Compatibility under the EMC Directive for Emissions and
Immunity and meets the requirements for a Class A digital device. In a domestic environment this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
 EN 55024: 2010







EN 61000-4-2: 2009
EN 61000-4-3: 2006 + Amendments A1: 2008 + A2: 2010
EN 61000-4-4: 2004 + Corrigendum 2006 - Not applicable
EN 61000-4-5: 2006 - Not applicable
EN 61000-4-6: 2009 - Not applicable
EN 61000-4-8: 2010
EN 61000-4-11 Second Edition: 2004 - Not applicable
Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC
 ETSI EN 301 489-17 V2.1.1: 2009 referencing ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.2.1: 2008







EN 61000-4-2: 2009
EN 61000-4-3: 2006 + Amendments A1: 2008 + A2: 2010
EN 61000-4-4: 2004 + Corrigendum 2006 - Not applicable
EN 61000-4-5: 2006 - Not applicable
EN 61000-4-6: 2009 - Not applicable
EN 61000-4-11 Second Edition: 2004 - Not applicable
ISO 7637-2 Second Edition: 2004 + Amendment A1: 2008 - Test not applicable for base station equipment
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Compliance and CE Declaration of Conformity: HD-18 HD PTZ Camera
Compliance testing was performed to the following regulations:

FCC Part 15, Subpart B

ICES-003, Issue 4: 2004

EN 55022 A: 2006 + A1: 2007(CISPR 22:2005/A1:2005)

AS/NZS CISPR 22: 2009

VCCI V-3/2009.04

EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
FCC Part 15 Compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.

Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference, and (2) This
device must accept any interference including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Vaddio can affect emission compliance and could void the
user’s authority to operate this equipment.
ICES-003 Compliance
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in
the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’emet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils
numeriques de la classe A préscrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicte par le ministère des
Communications du Canada.
European Compliance
This product has been evaluated for Electromagnetic Compatibility under the EMC Directive for Emissions and
Immunity and meets the requirements for a Class A digital device. In a domestic environment this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Standard(s) To Which Conformity Is Declared:
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
EN 55022 A: 2006 + A1 2007 (CISPR 22:2005/A1:2005)
Conducted and Radiated Emissions
EN 55024: 1998 + Amendments A1: 2001 + A2: 2003
Immunity

EN 61000-4-2: 1995 + Amendments A1: 1998 + A2: 2001
Electrostatic Discharge

EN 61000-4-3: 2006
Radiated Immunity

EN 61000-4-4: 2004 + Corrigendum 2004
Electrical Fast Transients

EN 61000-4-5: 2006
Surge Immunity

EN 61000-4-6: 2007
Conducted Immunity

EN 61000-4-8: 1993 + Amendment A1: 2001
Power Frequency Magnetic Field

EN 61000-4-11: Second Edition: 2004
Voltage Dips, Interrupts and Fluctuations
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Compliance and CE Declaration of Conformity - HD-20 HD PTZ Camera
Compliance testing was performed to the following regulations:

FCC Part 15, Subpart B

ICES-003, Issue 4: 2004

EN 55022 A: 2006 + A1: 2007(CISPR 22:2005/A1:2005)

AS/NZS CISPR 22: 2009

VCCI V-3/2010.04

Korean Requirements KN22: KCC Notice Number 2009-27

EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
FCC Part 15 Compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15,
Subpart B, of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference, and (2) This device
must accept any interference including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Vaddio can affect emission compliance and could void the
user’s authority to operate this equipment.
ICES-003 Compliance
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in
the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’emet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils
numeriques de la classe A préscrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicte par le ministère des
Communications du Canada.
European Compliance
This product has been evaluated for Electromagnetic Compatibility under the EMC Directive for Emissions and
Immunity and meets the requirements for a Class A digital device. In a domestic environment this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Standard(s) To Which Conformity Is Declared:
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
EN 55024: 1998 + Amendments A1: 2001 + A2: 2003

EN 61000-4-2: 1995 + Amendments A1: 1998 + A2: 2001

EN 61000-4-3: 2006 + A1: 2008

EN 61000-4-4: 2004 + Corrigendum 2006

EN 61000-4-5: 2006

EN 61000-4-6: 2009

EN 61000-4-8: 2010

EN 61000-4-11: Second Edition: 2004
Immunity
Electrostatic Discharge
Radiated Immunity
Electrical Fast Transients
Surge Immunity
Conducted Immunity
Power Frequency Magnetic Field
Voltage Dips, Interrupts and Fluctuations
Korean Requirements:

KN 61000-4-2 with KCC Notice No. 2009-27

KN 61000-4-3 with KCC Notice No. 2009-27

KN 61000-4-4 with KCC Notice No. 2009-27

KN 61000-4-5 with KCC Notice No. 2009-27

KN 61000-4-6 with KCC Notice No. 2009-27

KN 61000-4-8 with KCC Notice No. 2009-27

KN 61000-4-11 with KCC Notice No. 2009-27
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Compliance and CE Declaration of Conformity:
Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI SR Interface
Compliance testing was performed to the following regulations:




FCC Part 15, Subpart B
ICES-003, Issue 4: 2004
European Standard EN 55022 A: 2006 + A1: 2007(CISPR 22:2005/A1:2005)
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
FCC Part 15 Compliance
 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part
15, Subpart B, of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own
expense.
 Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference, and (2) This device
must accept any interference including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
 Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Vaddio can affect emission compliance and could void the
user’s authority to operate this equipment.
ICES-003 Compliance
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in
the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’emet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils
numeriques de la classe A préscrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicte par le ministère des
Communications du Canada.
European Compliance
This product has been evaluated for Electromagnetic Compatibility under the EMC Directive for Emissions and
Immunity and meets the requirements for a Class A digital device. In a domestic environment this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Ferrite cylinders are included in order to the Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI SR Interface to strictly comply with the
European Community EMC Directives compliance. Use these ferrites to ensure the elimination of possible EMI
interference from cell phones and AC motors.
Standard(s) To Which Conformity Is Declared:
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
EN 55022 A: 2006 + A1 2007 (CISPR 22:2005/A1:2005)
Conducted and Radiated Emissions
EN 55024: 1998 + Amendments A1: 2001 + A2: 2003
Immunity
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EN 61000-4-2: 1995 + Amendments A1: 1998 + A2: 2001
Electrostatic Discharge
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EN 61000-4-3: 2006
Radiated Immunity
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EN 61000-4-4: 2004 + Corrigendum 2006
Electrical Fast Transients
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EN 61000-4-5: 2006
Surge Immunity
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EN 61000-4-6: 2007
Conducted Immunity
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EN 61000-4-8: 1993 + Amendment A1: 2001
Power Frequency Magnetic Field
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EN 61000-4-11 Second Edition: 2004
Voltage Dips, Interrupts and Fluctuations
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Compliance and CE Declaration of Conformity: EasyTalk AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface
Compliance testing was performed to the following regulations:
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FCC Part 15 Subpart B
FCC Part 15, Subpart C Section 15.247
FCC Part 15, Subpart C Section 15.207
Industry Canada RSS-210 Issue 8
Industry Canada RSS-Gen Issue 3
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
IEC 60950-1/A1: 2009
Safety
ETSI EN 300 328 V1.7.1
EN 55022 A: 2010 (CISPR 22, 2008, Modified)
ICES-003, Issue 4: 2004
EN 55022 A: 2010
AS/NZS CISPR 22: 2009 +A1:2010
VCCI V-3/2011.04
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
FCC Part 15 Subpart B, Subpart C, Section 15.249 Compliance and Industry Canada RS-210
Compliance
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15, Subpart C
of the FCC Rules and RS-210 of Industry Canada. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in
which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference, and (2) This device must
accept any interference including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Vaddio can affect emission compliance and could void the user’s
authority to operate this equipment.
Do not use any antenna other than the one provided on the unit.
This equipment complies with the FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for portable transmitting devices operating in an
uncontrolled environment. End users must follow the specific operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance
ICES-003 Compliance
ICES-003, Issue 4: 2004
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio
Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’emet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numeriques de
la classe B préscrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicte par le ministère des Communications du Canada.
European Compliance
This product has been evaluated for Electromagnetic Compatibility under the EMC Directive for Emissions and Immunity and meets
the requirements for a Class A digital device. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case
the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Standard(s) To Which Conformity Is Declared:
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
 EN 55024: 2010
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EN 61000-4-2: 2009
EN 61000-4-3: 2006 + Amendments A1: 2008 + A2: 2010
EN 61000-4-4: 2004 + Corrigendum 2006
EN 61000-4-5: 2006
EN 61000-4-6: 2009
EN 61000-4-8: 2010
EN 61000-4-11 Second Edition: 2004
Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC
 ETSI EN 301 489-17 V2.1.1: 2009 referencing ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.2.1: 2008
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EN 61000-4-2: 2009
EN 61000-4-3: 2006 + Amendments A1: 2008 + A2: 2010
EN 61000-4-4: 2004 + Corrigendum 2006
EN 61000-4-5: 2006
EN 61000-4-6: 2009
EN 61000-4-11 Second Edition: 2004
ISO 7637-2 Second Edition: 2004 + Amendment A1: 2008 - Test not applicable for base station equipment
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Appendix 1: HD-18 Connector Information
 DE-15-F (HD-15F Connector)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
YPbPr
Pr
Y
Pb
Pr GND
Y GND
Pb GND
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 EZCamera Power & HD Video RJ-45 Connector Pin-outs
(For HD-18 Camera and Quick-Connect SR and
Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI SR Interfaces - 568B Wiring Standard)
Pin
YPbPr
1
Power+
2
Power3
Y+
4
PB+
12345678
5
PB GND
6
Y GND
7
PR+
8
PR-
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RS-232 and IR OUT RJ-45 Connector Pin-outs
(For HD-18 Camera and Quick-Connect SR and Quick-Connect
DVI/HDMI SR Interfaces - 568B Wiring Standard)
Pin #
RS-232 and IR OUT RJ-45
1
Unused
2
Unused
3
4
12345678
5
6
GND
7
RXD (from TXD of control source)
8
TXD (to RXD of control source)
Communication Specification AutoPresenter
Communication Speed: 9600 bps
 Start bit: 1
 Stop bit: 1
 Data bits: 8
 Parity: None
 No Flow control
RS-232 Command
P00<lf>
P01<lf>
P02<lf>
P03<lf>
P04<lf>
P05<lf>
P06<lf>
Description
Preset Off (back to active tracking)
Preset 1 for Tracking camera
Preset 2 for Tracking camera
Preset 3 for Tracking camera
Preset 4 for Tracking camera
Preset 5 for Tracking camera
Preset 6 for Tracking camera
Notes:
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A total of six (6) presets can be accessed with a control
system via RS-232
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Each Command must be followed by a line feed <lf>
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Presets are set up on the Preset-Tracking Camera tabs under the AutoPresenter Camera Preset Area. No trigger assignments
are needed. Set the Tracking Camera position and store the preset. Recall the preset with the commands above.
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The Preset OFF command must be issued to return to active tracking.
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AutoTrak 2.0 HD-18 PTZ Camera Dimensions
AutoTrak 2.0 HD-20 PTZ Camera Dimensions
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AutoTrak System Notes:
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