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BBV Tx1000 Installation guide
TX1000 Telemetry Transmitter
Installation
Guide
Model Shown: Tx1000/16
Building Block Video Ltd
17 Apex Park
Diplocks Industrial Estate
Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 3JU, UK
Tel: + 44 (0) 1323 842727
Fax: + 44 (0) 1323 842728
Support: + 44 (0) 1323 444600
www.bbvcctv.com
Contents
Important – Before you install
3
TX1000 Telemetry Transmitter – an Introduction
4
Unpacking
5
A simple TX1000 system
6
Technical Specification
7
Layout of the TX1000 keypad
8
Installing the TX1000 matrix & keypad
8
Status LEDs
9
Sitting the keypad remotely from the base unit
9
Cable Connections
9
Keypad power requirements
9
Priority control between 2 keypad systems
9
Text display on screen
9
Enabling/Disabling programming key
10
Camera selection
11
Monitor selection
11
Activating the sequence
11
Programming the sequence
11
Setting the sequence delay
12
Square key
12
Keypad functions
13
Auxiliary function switches
13 - 14
Self test
14
Iris level program
14
Maximum camera number
15
Presets
15
Patrol settings
16 - 17
Spare outputs – control of special receiver functions
17
RS422 telemetry
18
TX1000 alarm input option
19 – 21
Useful keystrokes
21
Self test
22
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TX1000 Alarm program table
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IMPORTANT
Before you install:
Please read the following points before servicing or installing.
Pre-installation checks - It is recommended that the unit be bench tested prior to installation on the site.
Safety during installation or servicing - Particular care should be taken to isolate the pan/tilt head in order
to prevent operation while engineering work is being carried out. In addition any ladder or other means of
working on the receiver MUST NOT rest on the pan/tilt head as it is possible for the head to move when not
expected.
Safety check - Upon completion of any service or repairs to the unit, safety checks should be performed to
ensure that the unit is in proper operating condition.
Coax grounding - If an outside cable system is connected to the unit, be sure the cable system is
grounded.
Adhere to safety standards - All normal safety precautions as laid down by British Standards and the
Health and Safety at Work Act should be observed.
WARNING - TO PREVENT DANGER OF FIRE OR SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THE INTERNAL
COMPONENTS OF THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Damage requiring service - Servicing by qualified personnel should be carried out under the following
conditions:
(a) When the power supply cord or plug is damaged;
(b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the unit;
(c) If the unit does not operate normally by following the operating instructions;
(d) If the unit has been dropped or the enclosure is damaged
Replacement parts - If replacement parts are required, ensure that only replacement parts recommended
by the product manufacturer are used.
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Tx1000 Telemetry Transmitter – Introduction
The Tx1000 is a simple to use telemetry transmitter for multi-camera CCTV systems. They are easily
installed into either a new or an existing system.
Up-the-coax telemetry allows upgrading of static cameras to PTZ without the need for additional cabling.
BBV RS422 telemetry is available as standard where up-the-coax telemetry is not suitable or not required.
An optional 20mA twisted pair unit (Tx/MK2/TPO) can be retro-fitted to the Tx1000 for complete compatibility
with existing Tx1000 sites.
The system is available in 8 variants:
Part Number
Tx1000/8
Tx1000/8A
Tx1000/8/MU
Tx1000/8A/MU
Tx1000/16
Tx1000/16A
Tx1000/16/MU
Tx1000/16A/MU
Description
Telemetry transmitter for 8 cameras with 2 monitor outputs, with joystick Keypad
Telemetry transmitter for 8 cameras with 2 monitor outputs, 16 alarm input card and
joystick Keypad
Telemetry transmitter for 8 cameras with 2 monitor outputs, no Keypad
Telemetry transmitter for 8 cameras with 2 monitor outputs, 16 alarm input card, and
no Keypad
Telemetry transmitter for 16 cameras with 2 monitor outputs, with joystick Keypad
Telemetry transmitter for 16 cameras with 2 monitor outputs, 16 alarm input card and
joystick Keypad
Telemetry transmitter for 16 cameras with 2 monitor outputs, no Keypad
Telemetry transmitter for 16 cameras with 2 monitor outputs, 16 alarm input card,
and no Keypad
All variants allow the use of two fully independent keypads.
The transmitter is a two part design: the base unit, which is wall or rack mounting; and the keypad which is
connected by a video cable and a bi-directional RS232 link running at 9600 baud, No parity, 8 data bits and
1 stop bit.
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Unpacking
Inspect the packaging for signs of damage. If damage has occurred, advise the carriers and/or the suppliers immediately. Unpack the transmitter carefully
and check all the items are included:
Part Number
Tx1000/8
Tx1000/8A
Tx1000/8/MU
Tx1000/8A/MU
Tx1000/16
Tx1000/16A
Tx1000/16/MU
Tx1000/16A/MU
Description
Telemetry transmitter for 8 cameras with 2
monitor outputs, with joystick KBD
Telemetry transmitter for 8 cameras with 2
monitor outputs, 16 alarm input card and joystick
KBD
Telemetry transmitter for 8 cameras with 2
monitor outputs, no KBD
Telemetry transmitter for 8 cameras with 2
monitor outputs, 16 alarm input card, and no KBD
Telemetry transmitter for 16 cameras with 2
monitor outputs, with joystick KBD
Telemetry transmitter for 16 cameras with 2
monitor outputs, 16 alarm input card and joystick
KBD
Telemetry transmitter for 16 cameras with 2
monitor outputs, no KBD
Telemetry transmitter for 16 cameras with 2
monitor outputs, 16 alarm input card, and no KBD
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Rx10X
RX200
RX200
RX300
RX400P
Rx45X
Rx55X
dome camera
Static camera with
lights/wash/wipe
Simple AC panner
AC P/T Zoom/Focus
1 Aux
AC P/T Zoom/Focus
16 Presets with 4 Aux
AC P/T Zoom/Focus/Iris
32 Presets with 3 or 4 Aux
DC P/T Zoom/Focus/Iris
32 Presets with 3 or 4 Aux
8 local alarms
8 local alarms
static camera
STATIC
alarm cable
video & data
up-the-coax telemetry control up to 250m RG59 or 500m CT125
TX1000/8A
Alarm cable or
Security Enclosures'
Videswitch can be
used to transmit
alarm contact over
coax
Monitor 2 video out
RS422
TXLD
Monitor 1 video out
Twin Twisted
Pair
TXLD
Optional TXLD (RS422) link
Distance > 1200m
12Vdc
plug PSU
RS232 control - up to 50m
12Vdc
plug PSU
TX1000/KBD
TX1000/KBD
A Simple Tx1000 System
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Technical Specification
Power supply
Inputs
Outputs
Features
Installation
Dimensions
Tx1000/KBD
Base Units:
Tx1000/8
Tx1000/8A
Tx1000/16
Tx1000/16A
12V dc 500mA
Data input to base unit is RS232 via 9-pin D connector RS232 port allowing remote
control from PC (9600, N, 8, 1)
BBV up the coax
BBV RS422
20mA option (order the Tx/MK2/TPO)
2 keypads supported
2 monitor outputs
8 – 16 camera inputs
Optional alarm input
Up-the-coax & RS422 telemetry supported
Can be powered off 12V vehicle supply
Base unit is 2U 19in rack mountable metalwork or wall mounted via the fixing
brackets supplied
Width
Depth
Height
Weight
370mm
220mm
120mm
1.05 kg
427mm
427mm
427mm
427mm
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55mm
55mm
90mm
90mm
90mm
90mm
4 kg
4 kg
4 kg
4 kg
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Layout of the Tx1000 keypad
12Vdc
Video In Video Out
Installing the Tx1000 Matrix & Keypad
1.
Mount the base unit on the wall or in a rack.
2. Connect the keypad to 9 pin D connector to the relevant keypad socket on the Matrix:
Monitor 1 – Keypad 1
Monitor 2 – Keypad 2
3. Connect a BNC cable from output M1 to the keypad, and connect the other keypad BNC to the video
monitor’s video input. Make sure that the monitor is terminated, not Hi-Z.
4. If the keypad is remotely sited from the base unit, connect the 12Vdc plug mounted power supply to the
keypad via the 2.1mm power connector.
5. Connect either a second video monitor, or the second keypad to Output 2. Note that even if both
keypads are local to the main unit, the second keypad must be powered from its own 12Vdc power
supply.
6. Connect the BNC cables from the cameras/receivers to the upper BNC sockets in each row, marked
"VIDEO IN".
7. Connect any other equipment requiring the camera video signals to the lower BNC sockets marked
"LOOP OUT". Note that the action of connecting to the video out socket removes the 75 termination.
8. If the user relay terminals are being used, connect these to the LOW VOLTAGE equipment of your
choice.
PIN 6
PIN 7
PIN 8
Normally closed
Common
Normally open
9. Plug in the Matrix 12Vdc power supply.
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Status LED
The STATUS LED should flash and the monitors should show the video from Camera 1 on power up. If the
LED is permanently ON or OFF, the unit is in a fault condition. Please contact BBV technical support on:
01323 444600.
Sitting the keypad remotely from the base unit
The keypad uses RS232 9600 baud, no parity, 1 stop bit to communicate with the Tx1000 Matrix. The
keypad is full duplex will function normally up to 50m from the Matrix. Beyond this distance, any of the
proprietary cable extenders may be used (e.g. modems, fibre optics, infra red/microwave links) without any
difficulty.
Cable Connections
Tx1000 Main Unit
DB9-Female
Keyboard
DB9-Male
12V Supply
RS232 Data
RS232 Data
Signal Ground
1
2
6
3
7
4
8
5
5
9
4
9
3
8
2
7
1
6
Frame Ground
Frame Ground
Keypad power requirements
Fully isolated 12Vdc power supply. The maximum current draw is 150mA.
Priority control between two keypad systems
Keypad one has priority over keypad two. If keypad one is only viewing but not operating any camera, then
keypad two may move that same camera. After movement commands on keypad one, there is a 20 second
lock out period before control is given to keypad two.
Text display on screen
Monitor 1:
Connect a coax cable from the M1 output on the matrix to the keypad, and connect the keypad to the
monitor’s video output using the other BNC on the keypad.
Monitor 2:
With one keypad - Connect as above, then connect a coax link from Monitor 1 to Monitor 2. This duplicates
the text onto both screens.
With two keypads – Connect a coax cable from the M2 output on the matrix to the keypad, and connect the
keypad to the monitor’s video output using the other BNC on the keypad.
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Disabling/Enabling the program key.
PA
To enable/disable the programming key,
press and hold the focus far and focus near
buttons and apply power to the keyboard.
TR
O
L
FN
PRESET
FF
S
E
Q
If the
key is blue, the programming is enabled.
If the
key is red, the programming is disabled.
If nothing is pressed, the keyboard will return to normal operation after approximately 5 seconds.
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Camera Selection
A camera may be selected onto the controlled monitor by pressing the number(s) of the camera you want,
followed by the cam button.
Monitor Selection
The monitor key will illuminate red when you have got the second monitor output selected.
Mon 1 Selected
Mon 2 Selected
Pressing the monitor key toggles between monitor 1 and monitor 2.
Activating the Sequence
Pressing the sequence key will start the camera sequence on the monitor that is currently selected.
The on screen display changes from CAM XX to SEQ XX to indicate that the sequence is running. To stop
the sequence, select a camera on the monitor.
Programming the Sequence
Holding down the sequence key causes the sequence to run through the list of cameras at the rate of one
per second, allowing the operator to quickly determine which cameras are being sequenced. All cameras
are included by default.
To add/remove a camera from the Sequence, hold the Sequence key and press the relevant camera key.
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This will add/remove the camera from the Sequence.
Setting the Sequence delay
Determine the delay you wish to set from the table below:
Key number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Time delay (seconds)
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
Key number
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Time delay (seconds)
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
key to enter the menu and press ‘9’ followed by the cam key. The on screen prompt
Press the
"Seq Delay" appears, inviting the operator to enter a number from the table above followed by the cam
button, to set the time delay.
PROGRAM
Menu
Option
And
Delay Number
After entering the delay value, the screen clears.
Square key
This key activates a relay in the base unit:
Pressing the key causes triangle relay contacts to changeover; releasing the key causes the contacts to
revert to original position. This relay may be used by the installer to activate a panic record facility on a VCR,
or to activate a video printer, etc. These contacts are low voltage, low current only.
DO NOT CONNECT THESE CONTACTS TO MAINS POTENTIALS.
USE LOW VOLTAGE ONLY.
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Keypad functions
The keypads should not be connected or disconnected from a "live" working unit, as this may damage the
RS232 components.
Pan, Tilt and Zoom Action:
Move the joystick in the relevant direction for
pan and tilt.
Twist joystick clockwise to Zoom In, Counter
clockwise to zoom out.
Lens Action
There are four lens function switches on the Tx1000 keypad.
These are Iris Open, Iris Close, Focus Near and Focus Far.
Zoom In & Zoom Out are controlled via the joystick. Press and
hold or twist until the desired picture is obtained.
Note: If the action is activated for longer than one second, High
Speed Lens Action is activated. Inching is achieved by quick
activations of the desired Action.
Auxiliary function switches
There are four auxiliary function switches on the Tx1000 keypad:
Wash – Press and hold for washer motor to run
Wipe - Latching output, press on/press off. Illuminated red when active.
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Autopan – Press and autopan motor starts. Pressing Left or Right stops Autopan. Illuminated red when
active.
Lights - Latching output, press on/press off. This button will turn red when active.
Self Test
To activate the self test feature for any particular camera receiver, first select that receiver, then press
and then the 2 key followed by the camera button
The screen text will clear and Self Test will be activated. See the RX Series Telemetry Receiver Installation
Handbook for more details.
Iris Level Program
To preset the aperture of the iris, press ‘Iris Open’ or ‘Iris Close’ until the desired level is reached, then press
and press 3 and then the camera button’.
Note: After adjustment, there is a 15 second period, in which to program the iris setting. After this, the iris
reverts to its default setting.
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Maximum Camera Number
, then enter 15 and then the camera button
To set the Maximum camera number, Press
followed by the maximum number of cameras connected to the system and then the camera button again.
PROGRAM
And
Option
Then
Max Camera
Number
Setting the maximum camera number will prevent the Tx1000 from patrolling through unused cameras on a
patrol.
The remainder of this manual refers to features found only on receivers that
support presets: Rx10X, Rx400P, Rx45X, Rx55X
Presets
To select a programmed preset, enter the number of the preset you would like to move to and then press
the preset button.
To programme a preset, first position the camera using the Up/Down and Left/Right arrows. Then set Zoom
and Focus. When satisfied with the position and the quality of the picture press
and select Option
1 with the 1 key followed by the camera button. When the on screen display changes to "Program Preset",
enter the number of the preset you wish to program and then the camera button.
To erase a preset, press the
key to gain access to the menu. Select Option 4 with the 4 key
followed by the camera button and when the display changes to "Erase Preset", select the number of the
preset to be erased and then the camera button.
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Patrol settings
There are two preset patrols that can be started by the Tx1000.
To activate: Press either Key 1 or Key 2 followed by the Patrol key. 1 + Patrol will run the first patrol, 2 +
Patrol will run the second.
Their function is to enable a string of presets to be selected in turn, switching between presets after a fixed
period of time (default 30 seconds).
These patrols can be stopped at any time by moving the joystick, when selected the camera on which patrol
is running is selected.
To Programme a Patrol
There is no separate patrol-programming function with the BBV Tx1000 keypad. Once a preset has been
programmed, it is automatically included in Patrols 1 and 2.
To Remove a Preset from a Patrol
1. Select the receiver on which the patrol is to run.
to gain access to the menu, then press 5 + camera button to remove a preset from
2. Press
Patrol 1 or 6 + camera button to remove from Patrol 2, followed by the preset number to be removed
and again the camera button.
To Remove a Preset from Patrol 1:
To Remove a Preset from Patrol 2:
To Programme a Time Period for a Patrol
First, determine the time delay required from the table below:
Key Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Time delay (seconds)
Random 0 to 100 seconds
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
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Key Number
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Time delay (seconds)
96
108
120
132
144
156
168
180
16
Setting a delay for Patrol 1:
PROGRAM
Menu
Option
Then
Delay Number
Setting a delay for Patrol 2:
PROGRAM
Menu
Option
Then
Delay Number
Spare outputs – Control of special receiver functions
Four additional spare functions are provided which are used to carry out advanced programming depending
on the type of receiver and/or dome used. Please refer to the receiver’s manual for details.
(#) key and one of the auxiliary keys
The additional functions are activated by pressing the
simultaneously. An on screen display confirms which output has been activated.
The
(#) key will illuminate red when pressed.
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RS422 TELEMETRY
The Tx1000 matrix has a single RJ45 connector that is used to control BBV RS422 telemetry receivers or a
range of 3rd party receivers and dome cameras via a STARCARD/CONVERTER. It is recommended that a
RJ45 breakout box and CAT5 patch cable are used to connect the telemetry connector.
RB
RA
GND
TRB
TRA
RB
RA
GND
TRB
TRA
RB
RA
GND
TRB
TRA
When daisy chaining the RS422 telemetry ensure that the end of line receiver has RS422 terminated and
intermediate receivers are not terminated.
If the system is to be star wired then a BBV STARCARD can be used which provides 8 individual RS422
outputs.
A STARCARD/CONVERTER can be used to allow control of a range of 3rd party domes and telemetry
receivers with 8 x RS422 outputs.
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Tx1000 Series Alarm Input Option
Alarm Inputs
Alarms activate on opening of contacts. Connect each alarm pair to a volt free contact.
1
G
N
D
2
G
N
D
3
G
N
D
4
G
N
D
5
G
N
D
6
G
N
D
7
G
N
D
8
G
N
D
9
Normaly closed inputs, opening for alarm
G
N
D
1
0
G
N
D
1
1
G
N
D
1
2
G
N
D
1
3
G
N
D
1
4
G
N
D
1
5
G
N
D
1
6
Each input has 56K internal pull up to 9Vdc
Alarm output
1 2 3
Set - N/O
Common
Reset - N/C
A set of volt free changeover contacts are provided as an output from the alarm package. The contacts
change state when any alarm input has gone from closed to open. The contacts stay switched for a
programmed length of time. The contacts are accessed via contacts 3, 4 & 5 on the smaller green ‘RELAY
CONTACTS’ connector.
4 5
6 7
8
TIME LAP S E
* Linking pins 1 & 2 will disable the Tx1000 alarm handling. Any receiver local alarms are not disabled.
DO NOT CONNECT MAINS POTENTIALS TO THESE CONTACTS
USE LOW VOLTAGE ONLY!!
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G
N
D
Enabling/Disabling the Alarm package
ALARM CONTACTS
Installer fitted keyswitch to
control alarm package
The alarm package can be enabled/disabled; for example at night
when the building is empty the alarms can be enabled via a
keyswitch fitted across alarm contacts pins 1 and 2.
Closed switch = alarm package disabled
Open switch = alarm package active
Local alarms to the receiver will NOT be disabled using this link.
Keyswitch
Note: Cutting the switch cable will activate the alarm package.
Action on alarm
Each alarm can be programmed to switch monitor 1 to display a specific camera and go to a preset position
for that camera. An alarm message is displayed on the screen and the alarm output relay closes for a
programmed length of time.
If the sequence is running then the alarm time is added to the sequence time, and the sequence continues
to run after the alarm times out.
If the sequence is not running, the alarm message and selected camera remain on monitor 1 until a manual
camera selection.
The camera selected and the preset command issued is programmable via the keypad.
Press the
key and select ’11’ with the numbers followed by the camera button.
The following message then appears on screen:
Program Alarm?
Enter the alarm number you wish to program followed by the camera button. Then the following prompt
appears:
Camera?
Enter the camera number you wish to use when the alarm is triggered. Followed by the camera button
Preset?
Enter the number of the Preset you wish to go to when the alarm is triggered. Followed by the camera
button.
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The length of time the contacts close is also programmable. To program the length of time the contacts
close:
First determine the amount of time you wish the contacts to be closed:
Key number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Time (seconds)
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
Key number
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Time (seconds)
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
key to enter the menu and select 1 and 0 and then the camera button followed by the
Press the
key number relating to the amount of time the contacts are to be closed for and then the cam button again:
To use the preset features you must have fitted a receiver that supports preset positioning; Rx400P,
Rx45X, Rx55X and preset PTZ heads or Rx10X/AL and a suitable dome camera.
Receivers with local alarms.
The Rx10X/AL dome interface has 4 local alarm inputs and the Rx45X and Rx55X have 8 local alarm inputs.
All have a single normally closed relay output that opens momentarily when a local alarm is activated. This
output can be wired to an alarm input on the Tx1000 or an alarm system.
A receiver local alarm will cause the relevant preset position to be automatically selected without the
intervention of a telemetry transmitter (see the receiver installation guide). If the transmitter also generates
a preset command, then the receiver’s preset will be overridden. To overcome this during alarm
programming use preset 16 which will prevent the Tx1000 from sending a preset command for this particular
alarm input.
The standard preset receivers can be programmed to go to a preset position 1 - 15 during an alarm.
Useful Keystrokes:
Software version
Hold # and press 1 + 0 + camera button to make the software version number, number of watchdogs and
number of resets appear on screen.
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Self Test on the Keypad
The keypad supports a self test for in the field testing. This will enable the services engineer to confirm the
functionality on the Tx1000/KBD in the field. To perform this test you will need to make a Loop Back D Type
test cable. This is done by shorting pins 2 and 3 on the matrix side, as shown below.
O
TR
PA L
TR
PA
O
L
FN
PRESET
FF
S
E
Q
To enter the self test mode press and hold the
power to the keyboard.
key and apply
When the power is applied you will see the function keys glow pink. You can
test each individual button by pressing it. As a button is pressed it will beep
and it will turn white, if this happens we know the key is okay. If the Loop
Back cable is not fitted or the port is faulty the back light will not go out
key should be left till last as it will enter the keyboard into the
The
joystick test mode.Once in this mode, when you move the joystick in the different direction you will see the
respective keys acuminate. Once you have done testing the unit, please remove all power and re apply to
put the keyboard into normal operation.
PA
TR
O
L
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Tx1000 Alarm Program Table
Site Name
Date
PROGRAM
11
INPUT NUMBER
CAMERA NUMBER
PRESET
PROGRAM
11
1 to 16
1 to 8 or 1 to 16
1 to 16
PROGRAM
11
1
PROGRAM
11
2
PROGRAM
11
3
PROGRAM
11
4
PROGRAM
11
5
PROGRAM
11
6
PROGRAM
11
7
PROGRAM
11
8
PROGRAM
11
9
PROGRAM
11
10
PROGRAM
11
11
PROGRAM
11
12
PROGRAM
11
13
PROGRAM
11
14
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PROGRAM
11
15
PROGRAM
11
16
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Extend your BBV Warranty from 12 months to 3 years
As of the 1st September 2008 BBV have offered our
customers the opportunity to extend the standard 12
month warranty to 3 years.
You must register for the extended warranty within 12
months of the date of manufacture.
How to register for the 3 year warranty
Registering for the new, longer 3 year warranty term is
quick and easy.
Either:
Complete the warranty application card that comes in the
box with your BBV product, and return it FREEPOST to
BBV:
BBV 3 Year Warranty
If this card is returned with the serial number of the product and the Installation company
details BBV will extend the warranty period from 12 Months to 36 Months.
Number of Units,
Start Serial No.
Final Serial No.
Contact Name.
Company Name.
Phone Number.
Site Name.
Address 1.
Address 2.
Address 3.
Post Code.
e-mail address.
Do you read.
Please could you send me information
especially on:
Rx100s
Rx45x & Rx55x
FBM Video Matrices
Tx1500 Video Matrices
Starcard & Starcard Converters
BBV Quad
Pick A Point
I do not require any other further product information,
Please refer to WWW.BBVCCTV.COM for terms, conditions & exclusions
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Building Block Video Ltd
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Support: + 44 (0) 1323 444600
TX1000 Manual
V8 September 2013
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