WV-CU360C Operating Instructions System Controller ENGLISH

WV-CU360C Operating Instructions System Controller ENGLISH
System Controller
Operating Instructions
WV-CU360C
ENGLISH
Model No.
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Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
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ENGLISH VERSION
Caution:
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read the label on the bottom.
For U.S.A
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
NOTE: 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 own expense.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
SA 1965
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is
intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage"
within the product's enclosure that may
be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user
to the presence of important operating
and maintenance (servicing) instructions
in the literature accompanying the appliance.
SA 1966
FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, (example use only shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral devices). Any changes or modifications
not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
The serial number of this product may be found on the bottom of the unit.
You should note the serial number of this unit in the space
provided and retain this book as a permanent record of your
purchase to aid identification in the event of theft.
Model No.
Serial No.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
8) Do not use near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider
than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles and the points
where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a
cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-overs.
S3125A
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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ENGLISH
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................
PREFACE ..........................................................................
FEATURES ........................................................................
PRECAUTIONS .................................................................
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS & THEIR FUNCTIONS ....
■ Rear View & AC Adapter ............................................
INSTALLATIONS ...............................................................
■ Template Mounting ....................................................
■ Rear Panel Switch Setting (Summary) .......................
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5
6
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7
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Chapter 1
For Panasonic Security Data (PS • Data) Systems ........ 9
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS & THEIR FUNCTIONS .... 10
■ Front View (Template for PS • Data) .............................10
INSTALLATIONS (PS • Data) .............................................. 13
■ System Connections .................................................. 13
■ DIP Switch Setting (PS • Data) ..................................... 15
■ Controller Number Setting (PS • Data) .........................16
CONTROLLER SETUP PROCEDURES (PS • Data) ............ 17
■ Prior to Setup ............................................................. 17
■ Buttons and Controls used in Setup ........................... 17
■ Setup Menus .............................................................. 18
OPERATING PROCEDURES (PS • Data) ........................... 22
■ Basic Operating Flow.................................................. 22
■ Login/Logout ............................................................... 23
■ System Unit Selection ................................................ 24
■ Monitor Selection ....................................................... 25
■ Camera Selection ....................................................... 25
■ Camera Control .......................................................... 26
■ Data Multiplex Unit Control ........................................ 28
■ Video Multiplexer Control ........................................... 29
■ Digital Disk Recorder Control .................................... 31
■ Alarm Operation ......................................................... 34
REMOTE SETUP of UNITS & CAMERAS .......................... 35
■ System Unit Setup ...................................................... 35
■ Camera Setup ............................................................ 35
■ Camera Patrol Learning ............................................. 36
■ Camera Preset Position .............................................. 37
Chapter 2
For WJ-FS616C Multiplexer System ............................. 39
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS & THEIR FUNCTIONS .... 40
■ Front View (Template for WJ-FS616C) ....................... 40
INSTALLATIONS (For WJ-FS616C) .................................. 43
■ System Connections .................................................. 43
■ DIP Switch Setting ...................................................... 44
■ Controller Number Setting ......................................... 45
SETUP PROCEDURES (For WJ-FS616C) ......................... 46
■ Prior to Setup ............................................................. 46
■ Buttons and Controls used in Setup .......................... 46
■ Controller Setup ......................................................... 47
OPERATING PROCEDURES (For WJ-FS616C) ................ 49
■ Camera Selection ....................................................... 49
■ Camera Control .......................................................... 49
■ Alarm Operation ......................................................... 50
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■ VTR (VCR) Control ..................................................... 50
■ Camera Setup ............................................................ 51
Chapter 3
For WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher System ........................ 53
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS & THEIR FUNCTIONS .... 54
■ Front View (Template for WJ-SX350) ......................... 54
INSTALLATIONS (For WJ-SX350) .................................... 57
■ System Connections .................................................. 57
■ DIP Switch Setting (For WJ-SX350) ........................... 58
■ Controller Number Setting ......................................... 59
CONTROLLER SETUP PROCEDURES (For WJ-SX350) .. 60
■ Prior to Setup ............................................................. 60
■ Buttons and Controls used in Setup .......................... 60
■ Setup Procedures ...................................................... 61
OPERATING PROCEDURES (For WJ-SX350) .................. 62
■ Login/Logout .............................................................. 62
■ Lens Control (Auto Focus Operation) ........................ 62
■ Pan/Tilt Control (Camera Position Operation) ............ 62
■ Pan/Tilt Control (Auto/Random Panning) ................... 63
■ Camera Housing Control ........................................... 63
Chapter 4
For WJ-SX850 Matrix Switcher System ........................ 65
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS & THEIR FUNCTIONS .... 66
■ Front View (Template for System 850) ....................... 66
INSTALLATIONS (For System 850) .................................. 70
■ System Connections .................................................. 70
■ DIP Switch Setting ...................................................... 72
■ Controller Number Setting ......................................... 72
SETUP PROCEDURES (For System 850) ......................... 73
■ Prior to Setup ............................................................. 73
■ Buttons and Controls used in Setup .......................... 73
■ Setup Procedures ...................................................... 74
OPERATING PROCEDURES (For System 850) ................ 75
■ Log-in & Log-out ........................................................ 75
Appendix ......................................................................... 77
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................. 78
STANDARD ACCESSORIES ............................................. 78
ALL RESET ....................................................................... 79
PREFACE
The System Controller WV-CU360C is designed for setup
and operation of cameras and other system units installed
in a surveillance system.
The controller is compatible with the Panasonic Security
Data (PS • Data) protocol by default, but DIP switches are
provided to select the conventional communication protocol
used with the Video Multiplexer WJ-FS616C, Matrix
Switcher WJ-SX350 or WJ-SX850. Exchangeable templates
are supplied to adapt the names printed on the buttons to
the functions of the unit you wish to control.
You can operate a whole system from the controller, for
example, by selecting cameras and monitors, watching
monitor screens and indicators, and controlling pan/tilt, lens
and other camera functions.
FEATURES
Main features
• Camera channel selection
• Monitor Selection
• Alarm (Display/Suspend/Recall/Reset)
• Camera and system unit setup
In a PS • Data or a WJ-FS616 system
• Switching of Live pictures and Playback/Changing the
Multiscreen Picture layout/Electronic Zoom/Sequence
• System Unit Selection
Camera controls
• Lens functions: Iris/Focus/Auto Focus/Zoom
• Housing: Defroster/Wiper/Auxiliary 1, 2
• Pan/Tilt: Slow Pan/Slow Tilt/Auto Pan/Auto Sort/Auto
Sequence/Random Pan/Preset/Home/Camera Patrol
PRECAUTIONS
• Refer all work related to the installation of this
product to qualified service personnel or system
installers.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the appliance.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or
covers.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Contact
qualified service personnel for maintenance.
• Handle the appliance with care.
Do not strike or shake, as this may damage the appliance.
• Do not expose the appliance to water or moisture,
nor try to operate it in wet areas.
Take immediate action if the appliance becomes wet.
Turn the power off and refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Moisture may damage the appliance
and cause electric shock.
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• Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when
cleaning the appliance body.
Use a dry cloth to clean the appliance when it is dirty.
When the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild detergent
and wipe gently.
• Do not operate the appliance beyond its specified
temperature, humidity or power source ratings.
Do not use in the appliance in an extreme environment
where high temperature or high humidity exists.
Use the appliance at temperatures within –10˚C - +50˚C
(14˚F - 122˚F) and a humidity below 90 %. The input
power source for this appliance is 120 V AC 60 Hz by
use of the AC Adapter supplied.
• Do not use any AC adapter other than the one
supplied.
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS & THEIR FUNCTIONS
■ Rear View and AC Adapter
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RISK OF ELECTRIC
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CONTROLLER No. MODE
DATA
DC 9V IN
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DC 9V IN
q Controller Number Switch (CONTROLLER No.)
This switch is used to assign a controller number to the
System Controller to identify it in a system comprising
multiple System Controllers (See page 14). A system
may comprise up to four controllers.
w Mode Selection Switches (MODE)
The DIP switches are used to set communication parameters for the System Controller.
e Data Ports (DATA)
These ports are used to exchange control data with the
connected system units via the supplied RS-485 cable.
r DC 9 V Input Jack (DC 9V IN)
Jack for the DC plug of the supplied AC adapter.
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t Clamp
The clamp fastens the power cord to the AC adapter.
y AC Adapter
Caution:
Use only the supplied AC adapter to feed DC 9 V to a
System Controller.
Note: Disconnect the plug from the controller before
setting the controller number switch or mode selection switch, and reconnect it when finished. The
new settings will take effect when the power is
turned on.
INSTALLATIONS
■ Template Mounting
The system controller is provided with four templates
including one for PS • Data system that is placed (not taped
yet) on the surface of the controller when shipped from the
factory.
OPERATE
LOGIN
ALARM
MONITOR
UNIT
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360C
PROGRAM
SETUP
CAM SETUP
FUNCTION
CAM FUNCTION
IRIS
CLOSE
SHIFT
ALM RESET
ALM SUSPEND
OPEN
UP
IRIS RESET
AUTO
UNIT A
FOCUS
NEAR
ALM RECALL
B/W
VCR CAM MULTI SCREEN SELECT
DEF
UNIT
AUTO FOCUS
L
UNIT B
AUX 2
STILL
EL-ZOOM
FAR
R
ZOOM
WIDE
WIPER
TELE
2. Peel off the tape, and fix the template in the guide slots
on the front panel of the controller.
DOWN
–
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AUX 1
SEQ PAUSE
SEQUENCE
PATROL PLAY
MON
SLOW
PATROL
STOP
PATROL
LEARN
ESC
OPERATE
LOCK
ALARM
LOGOUT
UNIT
1. Select the correct template for your system.
• Select the PS • Data template when your system
includes any of the following:
Video Multiplexer (WJ-FS309/316)
Digital Disk Recorder (WJ-HD100/500A)
Data Multiplex Unit (WJ-MP204C)
• Select the template marked “For Multiplexer” if your
system includes a WJ-FS616C Video Multiplexer.
• Select the template marked “For Matrix Switcher” if your
system includes a WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher.
• Select the template marked “For Matrix Switcher
(System SX850)” if your system includes a WJ-SX850
Matrix Switcher.
CAM
HOME/PRESET
SET
PROGRAM
PRESET
CAMERA
System Controller WV-CU
360C
OPER
For Multiplexer
MULTI
SCREEN
ALT
SPOT
ALM RESET
SEQUENCE
AUTO/+
ALM RE
OPEN
ALM SUS
PEND
FOCUS
TION
ALM SUSPEND
EL-ZOOM
L
HOME/-
PRE-POSI
R
AUX
STILL
ON
T/L MO
DE
OFF
UNIT
AUX
CAM
ESC
TELE
1
CAM
OFF
ON/OFF
ESC
SET
LOGIN
ALARM
ON
MONITOR
CAMERA
AUTO
FOCUS
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360C
1
For Matrix Switcher
4
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
ALT
PAUSE
ACK/RESET
BACK
ALL RESET
-1 CAM
DEC
FUNCTION
IRIS
7
CLOSE
OPEN
FOCUS
AUX
NEAR
BACK
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
+1 CAM
INC
L
PAN
RECALL
0
UP
IRIS RESET
FWD
SEQ
FWD
R
ZOOM
TELE
WIDE
HISTORY
DOWN
STATUS
OPERATE
CAM
MENU
SETUP
LINK
ALARM
MON
CAM
PRESET
POSI
ESC
SET
CAM
POSI
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360C
For Matrix Switcher (System 850)
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
ALARM
ACK
RESET
IRIS
CLOSE
ALL RESET
DISARM
GROUP PRESET
PREV
CAM ID
NEXT
GEN
OPEN
PROGRAM
PRESET
FOCUS
NEAR
OPE ID
S-CTL ID
LOG OUT
PAUSE
F1
CAM MENU OFF
GROUP
SEQ
AUX1 OFF
ALM S
STOP
CAM MENU ON
TOUR
SEQ
AUX1 ON
VLD S
MDN STATUS
AUX2 OFF
ALM H
AUX2 ON
VLD H
DEF OFF
DEF ON
UP
IRIS RESET
WIPER
SYS S
ALL
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
L
CALL
PRESET
R
ZOOM
WIDE
TELE
DOWN
F2
CAM FUNC
7
OSD
MONITOR
LOCK
OSD SERVICE
SHIFT
BLK
CLEAR
(ESC)
CAMERA
(ENTER)
EXIT
AUTO
PAN
For M
ultip
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UP
R
DOWN
T/L MODE
OPERATE
System
Contro
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L
ZOOM
WIDE
AUTO
FOCU
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SET
DOWN
UNIT
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OPEN
/-
SET UP
ON/OF
WIDE
AUX 1
SETUP
2
RA SIT
IRIS
IRIS RE
FOCU SET
S
FAR
STILL
CAMERA SET
NEAR
HOME
F
ZOOM
TELE
FUNCTION
CAME
AUTO
RA SE
T
MULTI SELECT
RA
CLOSE
MULTI SEL
ECT
/+
CAME
CAME
VT
CAM R
PRE-P
OSI
AUX 2
SEQUEN
CE
SPOT
EL-ZO
FUNC
FAR
UNIT
MU
SCRE LTI
EN
SET
OM
NEAR
ALL RESET
SET
ALL RE
UP
IRIS RESET
VTR
CAM
LOCK
M
ALT
IRIS
CLOSE
ATE
ALAR
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
8
5
9
2
6
3
■ Rear Panel Switch Setting (Summary)
An 8-bit DIP switch and a rotary switch mounted on the rear of the controller specify the system unit ID and parameters for
communication. Switch settings depend on your system configuration such as a PS • Data system, WJ-FS616C Multiplexer system, WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher system or System 850. A summary of switch positions is shown below. For detailed information
refer to the description of switch settings provided for each system.
System
Controller No. SW
See page 16
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OFF
23
901
PS•Data
MODE DIP SW
ON
1
2
3
CONTROLLER No.
78
456
456
78
23
901
1
2
3
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456
456
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8
OFF
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MODE
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MODE
OFF
23
#1
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MODE
OFF
23
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7
#1
#1
ON
1
CONTROLLER No.
Function
8
6
ON
CONTROLLER No.
901
System 850
WJ-SX850
5
OFF
23
WJ-SX350
(Ver. 1.xx)
4
#1
CONTROLLER No.
901
8
MODE
1
901
7
ON
CONTROLLER No.
WJ-SX350
(Ver. 6.00
or later)
6
#1
CONTROLLER No.
WJ-FS616
5
OFF
23
901
WJ-FS616C
4
MODE
Bit 1
System Unit ID
Bit 2
System Unit ID
Bit 3
System Unit ID
Bit 4
Reserved
Bit 5
Line termination
Bit 6
Operation mode
Bit 7
Baud rate selection
Bit 8
Data transmission mode
2
3
4
5
MODE
6
7
8
Panasonic Security
Data (PS • Data) Systems
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MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS & THEIR FUNCTIONS
■ Front View (Template for PS • Data)
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LOGIN
ALARM
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MONITOR
UNIT
CAMERA
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BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
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!9
@0
@5
PROGRAM
SETUP
CAM SETUP
IRIS
CLOSE
SHIFT
FUNCTION
CAM FUNCTION
ALM RESET ALM SUSPEND
#0
#1
OPEN
UP
IRIS RESET
AUTO
UNIT A
ALM RECALL
B/W
UNIT
VCR CAM MULTI SCREEN SELECT
DEF
FOCUS
NEAR
@6
@7
@8
@9
360C
L
UNIT B
AUX 2
STILL
EL-ZOOM
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
ZOOM
WIDE
WIPER
R
TELE
DOWN
–
+
AUX 1
SEQ PAUSE
SEQUENCE
PATROL PLAY
MON
SLOW
PATROL
STOP
PATROL
LEARN
ESC
CAM
HOME/PRESET
SET
PROGRAM
PRESET
#2
@3
LOGOUT
@4 @2
@1 !7
q Operate indicator (OPERATE)
Is lit while power is supplied to the System Controller.
w Login indicator (LOGIN)
Lights up when communication is established with
PS • Data compatible system units.
e Alarm indicator (ALARM)
Blinks when an alarm is activated.
Blinking changes to steady light when the alarm is automatically reset.
To turn the indicator off, press the Alarm Reset button.
r Monitor/Unit indicator ( MONITOR/ UNIT)
When this indicator lights up, the monitor number is displayed. When it goes off, the unit address is displayed.
t LED Display
LED display allowing you to confirm the monitor or unit
number and the number of the currently controlled
camera.
It also displays numeric input, error status, etc.
The monitor or unit number is displayed when initial
communication is established.
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!6 !5 !4 !3 !2
!1
!0 o
y Busy indicator (BUSY)
Lights up when you attempt to control a system unit or
camera that is already used by a higher priority operator, or when a higher priority operator selects the camera or system unit you are currently operating.
Operations from the System Controller are disabled
until this indicator goes off.
u Prohibited indicator (PROHIBITED)
Lights up when an attempt is made to access a function
that is prohibited to the operator level.
i Joystick Controller (UP/DOWN/L/R)
Used to manually operate the pan/tilt head, or move the
cursor in the setup menu on the active monitor screen.
The joystick can also be moved in 8 directions.
Holding down the joystick in the desired position will
keep the cursor moving continuously in the setup menu.
(See page 17.)
UP:
Upward
DOWN: Downward
L:
Left
R:
Right
o Iris buttons (IRIS, CLOSE/OPEN)
Close or open the lens iris of cameras equipped with
the specified lens.
When these buttons are pressed simultaneously, the
lens iris is reset to the factory default setting.
!0 Focus buttons (FOCUS, NEAR/FAR)
Adjust the lens focus of cameras equipped with the
specified lens.
When these buttons are pressed simultaneously, the
lens focus is set automatically if the specified camera is
used.
!1 Zoom buttons (ZOOM, WIDE/TELE)
Zoom the image in or out if the camera is equipped with
the specified lens.
!2 Unit A/UNIT button (UNIT A/UNIT)
Selects a specific system unit in a multiple unit system.
To select a unit, press this button after entering the unit
number with the numeric button. To confirm a unit number, press this button after pressing the SHIFT button.
The selected unit address appears on the LED display.
The unit that is assigned to number 1 can be selected
by pressing this button.
!3 Unit B button (UNIT B)
Selects a specific system unit in a multiple unit system.
To select a unit, press this button after entered the unit
number with the numeric button. The selected unit
address appears on the LED display.
Just pressing this button will select the system unit
assigned the number 1.
!4 Home/Preset/Programme Preset button
(HOME/PRESET/PROGRAM PRESET)
Returns a specific camera to its home position.
In combination with the numeric buttons, this button is
also used to recall a preset position assigned to a specific camera.
Pressing it while holding down the Programme/Camera
Setup/Camera Function button will programme the preset position.
!5 Numeric buttons (0-9)
These buttons are used for numeric input, such as camera, monitor and unit numbers, and preset positions.
!6 Camera/Set button (CAM/SET)
CAM: Used for camera selection. To select a camera,
enter the desired camera number with the numeric
buttons, and then press this button.
SET: Executes the currently highlighted setting in the
setup menu.
Pressing this button together with the MON/ESC button
for approximately 2 seconds will log out from the system.
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!7 Monitor/Escape button (MON/ESC)
MON: Used for monitor selection and confirmation. To
select a monitor, enter the desired monitor number
with the numeric buttons, and then press this button. The selected monitor number appears on the
LED display.
To confirm a monitor number, simply press this button.
ESC: Used to escape from the currently highlighted
selection and return to the previous menu of the
setup menu.
Pressing this button together with the CAM/SET button
for approximately 2 seconds will log out from the system.
!8 Programme/Camera Setup/Camera Function button
(PROGRAM/CAM SETUP/CAM FUNCTION)
Programmes camera patrol learning and preset position
functions.
Pressing this button for 2 seconds or more will open the
camera setup menu. Pressing it in combination with the
numeric buttons after pressing the shift button will execute camera functions.
The LED next to the button is lit during the camera
setup operation.
!9 Setup/Function button (SETUP/FUNCTION)
Pressing this button for 2 seconds or more will open the
setup menu of a system unit.
When the SHIFT indicator is lit, it provides access to the
functions of the system unit. Enter a function number
with the numeric keys, then press this button.
The LED next to the button is lit during the setup operation.
@0 Shift button (SHIFT)
Shifts the button function between the normal and the
shift mode shown in half-tone print under the button on
the template. The LED next to the button is lit in the
shift mode.
@1 Auto Panning/Black and White button (AUTO/B/W)
Activates the auto panning function of cameras provided with this feature. Pressing this button in the shift
mode will change the camera picture from color to
black and white for better viewing in a dark place.
AUTO PAN ON or combination camera function:
Simply press this button, or press numeric button 1
followed by this button.
AUTO SORT ON: Press numeric button 2 followed by
this button.
AUTO SEQ ON: Press numeric button 3 followed by
this button.
RANDOM PAN ON: Press numeric button 4 followed by
this button.
@2 Defroster/Auxiliary 2 button (DEF/AUX 2)
Activates the housing defroster of cameras provided
with this feature. Pressing this button in the shift mode
will turn on the AUX 2 function controlling accessories
connected to the cameras or the system.
The LED next to the button is lit while the defroster or
AUX 2 function operates.
@3 Wiper/Auxiliary 1 button (WIPER/AUX 1)
Activates the housing wiper of cameras provided with
this feature. Pressing this button in the shift mode will
turn on the AUX 1 function controlling accessories connected to the cameras or the system.
The LED next to the button is lit while the wiper or AUX
1 function operates.
@4 Patrol Play/Patrol Learn button (PATROL PLAY/
PATROL LEARN)
Starts the camera patrol play. While holding down the
Programme/Camera setup/Camera Function button,
pressing this button will start to programme the camera
patrol learning.
@5 Alarm Suspend button (ALM SUSPEND)
Suspends or allows the alarm process.
The LED next to the button is lit while the alarm suspension mode operates.
@6 Alarm Reset/Alarm Recall button (ALM RESET/ALM
RECALL)
Resets system alarm when the alarm function is active.
Pressing this button in the SHIFT mode will recall the
alarm logs (record of alarms activated in the past).
Select a monitor, and then press this button to display
the alarm logs on the monitor screen. Pressing this button after pressing the shift button again will cancel the
function.
The LED next to the button is lit while Alarm Recall
mode is activated.
@7 Multiscreen Selection button (MULTI SCREEN
SELECT)
Selects the number of segments into which the multiscreen is split on the selected monitor connected to the
MULTISCREEN OUT terminal of the Video Multiplexer.
@8 VCR/Camera Selection button ( VCR/ CAM)
Changes the display on the multiscreen monitor
between the live picture of a camera and the playback
picture of a recording device. The LED next to the button is lit while VCR is selected.
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@9 Electronic Zoom/Increment button (EL-ZOOM/+)
Zooms the camera picture or VCR playback picture displayed on the multiscreen monitor.
Pressing this button in the shift mode will move the
camera sequence one step forward from the step previously paused while a system unit provided with SEQ
PAUSE (e.g., a Video Multiplexer) is selected.
Pressing this button in the shift mode will select the picture of camera with the next higher number for display
on the monitor while a system unit connected with cameras (e.g., a Data Multiplex Unit) is selected.
The LED next to the button is lit while Electronic Zoom
mode is selected.
#0 Still/Decrement button (STILL/–)
Freezes the camera picture or VCR playback picture on
the multiscreen monitor.
Pressing this button in the shift mode will move the
camera sequence one step backward from the step
previously paused while a system unit (e.g., a Video
Multiplexer) provided with SEQ PAUSE is selected.
Pressing this button in the shift mode will select the picture of the camera with the next lower number for display on the monitor while a system unit connected with
cameras (e.g., a Data Multiplex Unit) is selected.
The LED next to the button is lit while a still picture is
displayed.
#1 Sequence/Patrol Stop button (SEQUENCE/PATROL
STOP)
Runs or stops a preset sequence in which a series of
camera pictures is displayed in succession on the monitor screen for the specified duration. Pressing it while
holding down the Programme/Camera Setup/Camera
Function button will stop programming of camera patrol
learning.
The LED next to the button is lit while a sequence runs.
#2 Sequence Pause/Slow button (SEQ PAUSE/SLOW)
Pauses a sequence running on the selected monitor. In
this mode, a series of camera pictures is displayed in
pause on the monitor screen for the specified duration.
Pressing this button while moving the joystick controller
will decrease the pan/tilt speed.
INSTALLATIONS (PS • Data)
CAUTION
The installation should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers according to the following instructions.
■ System Connections
● Connection Example
Example 1 shows 8 cameras connected to 2 Data Multiplex Units (WJ-MP204C), to a Video Multiplexer (e.g., WJ-FS316) and a
Digital Disk Recorder (e.g., WJ-HD100). The WV-CU360C controls these system units through RS-485 communication while
pictures are viewed on the monitors.
Camera No. 5
Camera No. 4
Camera No. 1
Camera No. 6
Camera No. 2
Camera No. 7
Camera No. 3
Camera No. 8
VS/VD INPUT
VS/VD OUTPUT
Unit Address 2
IN
4
OUT
4
3
2
1
2
1
IN
IN
WJ-MP204C
G
3
CAMERA
OUT
SPOT
Unit Address 1
A L A R M / R E M OT E
SD
B A
RD
B A
4
OUT
4
3
2
1
2
1
IN
IN
A L A R M / R E M OT E
T
G
SIGNAL GND
OUT
VS/VD
IN
DATA
RS485
3
CAMERA
MODE
MODE
OUT
SPOT
B
WJ-MP204C
R
A
B
A
SIGNAL GND
OUT
VS/VD
DATA
RS485
MODE
MODE
4-Line
VD OUT
Termination ON
4-Line
Termination OFF
Panasonic Security
Data mode
Panasonic Security
Data mode
WJ-FS316
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15
14
13
12
Monitor No. 1
11
10
9
7
8
6
5
4
3
2
1
IN
ALARM/REMOTE
CAMERA
SW IN
DATA
SIGNAL
GND
OUT
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
VIDEO
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
PLAY IN
MULTI
REC OUT SCREEN OUT
SPOT OUT
Unit Address 3
PLAY
PLAY IN
VIDEO IN
REC OUT
AUDIO
CAMERA
SW OUT
G
RECALL
OUT
RECOVER OUT
RESET IN
IN
G
OUT
IN
PLAY OUT
REC OUT
AUTO OFF OUT
DISK END OUT
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
G
IN
OUT
ALARM SEARCH
STEP
REW/FF
STOP/SETUP
PLAY
REC
(EXT REC)
JOG-CLICK
JOG-LEFT
JOG-RIGHT
Monitor No. 2
WJ-HD100
POWER
ON
SIGNAL GND
OFF
VIDEO MONITOR OUT
(PLAY)
RS-232C
Branch
Cable
DATA
MODE
REMOTE
TIME
ADJUST
SERIES
RECORD
ALARM
Unit Address 4
RS-485 Cable
Up to four WV-CU360C
can be used in a system.
6-conductor Modular Cable (supplied)
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23
901
456
CONTROLLER No. MODE
Controller No. 1
DC 9V IN
Keep in OFF position
Termination ON
Set to OFF position
(for operator mode)
Keep in OFF position
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78
901
DATA
456
CONTROLLER No.
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Refer to DIP switch setting on page 15
Video Signal
RS-485 Signal
(Panasonic Security
Data Mode)
Example 2 shows 4 Data Multiplex Units connected with 16 combination cameras, and 4 System Controllers.
4 cameras can be connected to one Data Multiplex Unit
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 4
Channel 13
Channel 14
Channel 16
Up to 4 Data Multiplex Units
WJ-MP204C
Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204C
Unit
address 1
Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204
Unit
address 2
Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204
Unit
address 4
Controller No. 2
Controller
No. 1
System Controller WV-CU
360
System Controller WV-CU
UP
L
Controller No. 4
360
System Controller WV-CU
UP
R
L
DOWN
360
UP
R
L
DOWN
R
See page 16 for MODE switch and
CONTROLLER NO. switch settings.
DOWN
Up to 4 System Controllers
WV-CU360C
● DATA Port Connection (PS • Data)
Data ports are connected with RS-485 cables among devices using the PS • Data protocol as follows.
Notes: When using cables other than those supplied, make sure to use shielded 4-wire twisted pair cable suitable for RS-485
communication.
• Internal Diagram
1
6
No.
Data Flow
Name
No.
1
–
GND
1
2
WJ-MP204C ← WV-CU360C
TX(B)
2
3
WJ-MP204C ← WV-CU360C
TX(A)
3
4
WJ-MP204C → WV-CU360C
RX(B)
4
5
WJ-MP204C → WV-CU360C
RX(A)
5
6
–
GND
6
TX (B)
Controller end
1
TX (A)
RX (B)
RX (A)
6
• Basic Connection
Data Multiplex Unit
WJ-MP204C
System Controller
WV-CU360C
DATA
DATA
Termination:
ON
Termination:
ON
RS-485 Cable
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• Daisy Chain Connection
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS309 (WJ-FS316)
Data Multiplex Unit
WJ-MP204C
System Controller
WV-CU360C
DATA
DATA
DATA
Termination:
ON
Termination:
OFF
Termination:
ON
Branch
Cable
RS-485
Cable
RS-485
Cable
■ DIP Switch Setting (PS • Data)
An 8-bit DIP switch mounted on the rear panel specifies the communication mode, etc. The default position is marked with an
asterisk *.
OFF
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MODE
SW position
Function
OFF
ON
Bit 8
Data transmission mode Fixed to OFF*
Not used
Bit 7
Baud rate selection
Fixed to OFF*
Not used
Bit 6
Operation mode
Operator*
Administrator
Bit 5
Line termination
Off
On*
Bit 4
Reserved
Fixed to OFF*
Not used
Bit 3
System Unit Version
Fixed to OFF*
Not used
Bit 2
System Unit Version
Fixed to OFF*
Not used
Bit 1
System Unit Version
Fixed to OFF*
Not used
1. Remove the DC plug from the rear of the controller.
2. Set the switch referring to the table.
3. Connect the DC plug to the controller.
Notes:
• Bits 1 - 4 are reserved.
• Bit 5 opens or terminates the communication chain. The switch should be set to OFF when the controller is located in an
intermediate position.
• Bit 6 specifies the operation mode, Operator or Administrator. The switch should be set to Administrator when setting up
the controller. Remember to set this switch to the right position after completion of the setup operation.
• Bits 7 and 8 are used in the OFF position.
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● MODE Switch Setting for System Example 2
■ Controller Number Setting (PS • Data)
The MODE switch needs to be set prior to operating a system connected as shown in Example 2.
A 10-position rotary switches provided on the rear for specifying the unit number of the WV-CU360C controller in a
PS • Data system.
ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Bit 3 should be set to OFF.
Bit 5 should be set to OFF when the controller is placed
in an intermediate position, or set to ON when it is connected at the chain end.
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901
78
1
1. Remove the DC plug from the rear of the controller.
2. Use a screw driver to rotate the switch so that the arrow
comes to the number you wish.
456
OFF
CONTROLLER No.
3. Connect the DC plug to the controller.
Controller No. Switch of WV-CU360C
Controller No.
0
Reserved
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
Reserved
Notes:
• Set the switch to #1 when a single controller is used in
the system.
• Specify a unique number for each controller when connecting multiple controllers in the system. One controller within the multiple controller system must be
assigned the number 1.
• Positions #0 and #9 are reserved and cannot be used.
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CONTROLLER SETUP PROCEDURES (PS • Data)
To display the setup menus for the WV-CU360C System Controller on the LED display, set the MODE switch and power up the
controller as described below.
■ Prior to Setup
■ Buttons and Controls used for Setup
Do the following before entering the setup mode.
The following buttons and joystick operations are used in
the setup operation. There are three ways to select a parameter, but the following pages only describe the selection
by use of the joystick. Instead of operating the joystick, you
can enter the number enclosed in brackets with the numeric keys or press the plus and minus buttons.
1. Confirm that all necessary connections and switch settings are complete.
2. With the power turned off, move bit #6 of the MODE
switch on the rear to ON (administrator) position.
3. Supply power to the controller.
4. Turn on the power of cameras and other system units.
0
5. The LCD displays [SEtUP]. The controller is ready to
enter the setup mode.
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CAM/SET button: To confirm the selected
menu, selected parameter or entered password
To enter a submenu
CAM
When setup is completed, restore the switch to its original
position.
SET
MON/ESC button: To return to the previous
menu
MON
1. With the power turned off, move bit #6 of the MODE
switch on the rear to OFF (operator) position.
Numeric buttons: To select a parameter
To enter a password or
parameter
ESC
2. Supply power to the controller.
L
Up: To select a setup menu
R
DOWN
UP
L
Down: To select a setup menu
R
UP
STILL
R
or
UP
L
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EL-ZOOM
R
DOWN
Left: To decrease the parameter
–
DOWN
or
Right: To increase the parameter
+
■ Setup Menus
There are 12 setup menus as shown below.
Setup Menus
Menu
Selection
LED Display
Reading
Function
Setup
Initial
Display
Parameter Selection (default*)
CAM
LED prompts you to enter a password
SET
No
OK
blinking
Administrator
Password
Prompt
Authorization
Speed
Baud Rate
(bps)
Parity
Parity Check
Enter a 5-digit
password, press
(12345*)
Press
twice
CAM
SET
CAM
SET
(1) 2 400 (2) 4 800 (3) 9 600*
(4) 19 200
(1) None* (2) Even
MON
Wait
Move Joystick up
and down to select
L
R
Wait Time
(ms)
ESC
(1) Off* (2) 100 (3) 200 (4) 400
(5) 1 000
Controller
Unit
Group
Leave as it is
System
Unit
Group
Leave as it is
Unit A
Number
Unit
Assignment to
Button A
Unit B
Number
Unit
Assignment to
Button B
CAM
DOWN
UP
L
R
User
Password
Super
User
Password
Administrator
Password
User
Certification
User
Authorization
Cleaning
Unit
Test
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Camera
Cleaning
Unit Connection
Test
SET
Enter a 5-digit
number, press
(12345*)
CAM
Enter a 5-digit
number, press
(12345*)
CAM
(1) Off (2) On*
SET
SET
● Administrator Authorization
1. Press the CAM/SET button while [SEtUP] is displayed.
The [- - - - -] prompt appears.
● Parity
In this menu, the parity check mode is selected.
1. Display [PrtY] and press the CAM/SET button twice.
2. Enter a password with the numeric buttons, then press
the CAM/SET button.
The default setting is [12345].
3. [SPEED] appears when the right password is entered. If
password entry failed, the menu returns to [- - - - -].
Notes:
• We recommend that you register a new password different from “12345” in [SUSrP], and note down the registered password for future reference.
• Powering up the controller while holding down numeric
buttons 2, 4 and 5 simultaneously will reset the password to “12345”. Remember that this procedure also
resets all other menu parameters to the default settings.
2. Select a parameter with the joystick.
The default setting is None.
n: None
E: Even parity
3. Press the CAM/SET button to validate the selection.
4. Press the ESC button to go back to the previous menu.
● Wait Time
In this menu a wait time is selected. The controller will
retransmit data when there is no response during the specified wait time.
● Baud Rate
1. Display [LJAit] and press the CAM/SET button twice.
In this menu, the communication speed (bps: bits per second) is selected. The communication speed should match
that of the other units connected in the communication
chain.
2. Select a parameter with the joystick.
The default setting is Off.
1. Display [SPEED] and press the CAM/SET button twice.
2. Select a parameter entering a bracket-enclosed number, e.g., (3), moving the joystick right and left, or
pressing the [+] and [–] button.
The default setting is 19 200 bps.
(1) OFF: Off, no retransmission of data
(2) 100: 100 ms
(3) 200: 200 ms
(4) 400: 400 ms
(5) 500: 500 ms
(6) 1 000: 1 s
3. Press the CAM/SET button to validate the selection.
(1) 2 400: 2 400 bps
(2) 4 800: 4 800 bps
(3) 9 600: 9 600 bps
(4) 19 200: 19 200 bps
Note: Selecting a slower rate (e.g., 2 400 bps) will
delay the response time (e.g., the time until an activated alarm is reset).
4. Press the ESC button to go back to the previous menu.
The following two menus should be maintained in the
default condition.
● Controller Unit-Group Address
3. Press the CAM/SET button to validate the selection.
4. Press the ESC button to go back to the previous menu.
[CU-gr] appears on the Setup menu, but leave the
default as it is.
● System Unit-Group Address
[SU-gr] appears on the Setup menu, but leave the
default as it is.
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● Unit A button Assignment
● Unit B button Assignment
In this menu, a maximum of 9 system units is assigned to
numeric buttons 1-9 regardless of unit address.
This is to avoid double-digit unit addresses which can
occur in a large system with many units connected and
could confuse operators.
A frequently used system unit can be easily selected in normal operation by pressing one numeric button and then the
UNIT A button.
The UNIT B button is set up in the same way as the UNIT A
button for use in normal operation. Refer to the above
description for Unit A button Assignment.
1. Display [UA-no] and press the CAM/SET button. The
LED displays [A1-01] while “1” following A blinks.
The first 2 digits from A1 to A9, “A numbers”, stand for
numeric buttons from 1 to 9 to be pressed prior to UNIT
A button in normal operation. The next 2 digits are the
unit address assigned in the following procedures.
The default setting is shown below.
1. Display [UsrP ] and press the CAM/SET button. The
LED displays the registered password.
A1-01
A2-02
A3-03
A1-04
A5-05
A6-06
A7-07
A8-08
A9-09
2. Select an “A number” entering a number from 1 to 9,
then press the CAM/SET button. The LED displays “A
number” A3 when numeric button 3 is entered for
example.
Available A numbers: 1-9
3. Press the CAM/SET button to validate the selection. The
LED displays [A3-03] while the next two digits are blinking.
4. Enter a 2-digit unit address that you wish to assign to
the “A number” (e.g., A3), then press the CAM/SET button. The LED displays [A3-99], for example, when you
enter unit address 99.
● User Password
In this menu, a 5-digit password for user authorization is
registered.
2. Enter a 5-digit password with the numeric buttons.
The default setting is [12345].
Available password digits: 00000-99999
3. Press the CAM/SET button to validate the selection.
4. Press the ESC button to go back to the previous menu.
● Administrator Password
In this menu, a 5-digit password for administrator certification is registered.
1. Display [SUsrP] and press the CAM/SET button. The
LED displays the registered password.
2. Enter a 5-digit password with the numeric buttons.
The default setting is [12345].
Available password digits: 00000-99999
3. Press the CAM/SET button to validate the selection.
4. Press the ESC button to go back to the previous menu.
● User Password Certification
In this menu, password certification in normal operation is
enabled or disabled.
Available addresses: 01-99
5. Press the CAM/SET button to validate the selection.
Repeat above the steps 2 to 5 as needed.
6. Press the ESC button to go back to the previous menu.
1. Display [USr-C] and press the CAM/SET button. The
LED displays [UC-on] or [UC-oF].
2. Select On or Off with the joystick controller.
The default setting is On.
on: Password certification enabled.
oF: Password certification disabled.
3. Press the CAM/SET button to confirm the selection.
4. Press the ESC button to go back to the previous menu.
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● Camera Cleaning
This menu is for specifying the order in which combination
cameras connected to the system are cleaned.
The camera cleaning function causes cleaning of the builtin slip rings that conduct electric signals while moving the
pan/tilt head. All combination cameras connected to the
system are cleaned in the order specified here. Picture
viewing is disabled during the cleaning process.
1. Display [CLEAn] and press the CAM/SET button. The
LED displays [no-01].
2. Use the numeric buttons to enter the number of the
camera where cleaning is to start.
The default setting is no-01.
Available camera numbers: 01-199
3. Press the CAM/SET button to start cleaning.
Two animated digits appear in the left part of the LCD
while the digits at right display the number of the camera being cleaned.
When cleaning is finished, the number of the last camera cleaned is displayed without animation.
4. Press the ESC button to go back to the previous menu.
● Unit Connection Test
This menu is for specifying the order in which data communication between system units is tested prior to operating
the system as a whole.
1. Display [UtESt] and press the CAM/SET button. The
LED displays [01-on] or [01-oF].
2. Enter the 2-digit unit number you wish to start with.
3. Press the CAM/SET button to start the test.
The digits in the left part of the LCD display the unit
number under test while 2 animated digits appear at
right.
To stop the test in progress, press the CAM/SET button.
When testing is finished, the number of the last unit tested is displayed without animation.
4. Press the CAM/SET button. Enter a 2-digit number(e.g.,
01), then press the CAM/SET button.
You can now confirm the test results of a specific unit.
When Off is displayed, check connections, switch settings, etc., of the system unit.
01-on: On, unit 01 is connected.
01-oF: Off, unit 01 is disconnected.
5. Press the ESC button to go back to the previous menu.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES (PS • Data)
■ Basic Operating Flow
The operation starts with a log-in procedure. It proceeds to system unit selection, monitor selection and camera selection.
Alarm operations for the system such as alarm reset, suspension may be implemented. The operation ends with a log-out procedure.
LOG IN
d
SYSTEM UNIT SELECTION
SYSTEM
OPERATION
d
• Alarm Reset
• Alarm Suspend
• Alarm Suspend
Cancel
MONITOR SELECTION
CAMERA
SELECTION
SYSTEM UNIT
OPERATION
MONITOR
OPERATION
CAMERA
OPERATION
• System Unit Setup
• System Function
• Alarm Recall
• Switching of VCR
and CAM
• Multiscreen
Selection
• Still
• Electronic Zoom
• Sequence
• Sequence Pause
• Camera Setup
• Pan/Tilt (Slow)
• Iris/Focus/Zoom
• Preset Position
• Home Position
• Switching of
Color/Black &
White
• Auto Panning
• Camera Patrol
• Camera Patrol
Stop
• Camera Patrol
Learn
• Camera Function
• Wiper/Defroster
• Auxiliary Control
1/2
d
LOG OUT
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■ Login/Logout
● Log In
Right after powering up, the controller will be operable without password entry, provided user password certification is
set to Off in the setup menu.
When set to On, you will be prompted to enter your registered password. The default password is “12345”, but you
need to remember the password assigned to you by your
system administrator.
ESC
SET
SET
Ready for user password entry
1. Insert the DC plug into the DC 9 V IN jack and connect
the AC adapter to an AC outlet.
2. The controller number, software versions and [LogIn]
appear in that order on the LED display.
The LOGIN indicator lights up. The controller is now
operable unless password certification is activated. If it
is not activated, proceed as follows.
User password entry
Blink
Certification
off
SET
3. Press the CAM/SET button.
Authorized
4. Enter a 5-digit user password with the numeric buttons.
The initial factory setting is [12345].
5. Press the CAM/SET button.
6. If password entry for user authorization has been successful, the LOGIN indicator lights up.
The unit assigned to the UNIT A/UNIT button as number
1 is selected automatically.
If password entry has failed, [Error] appears on the display. The display returns to [LogIn].
● Log Out
1. Press the MON/ESC and CAM/SET buttons for about 2
seconds simultaneously.
2. [LogIn] appears on the display and the LOGIN indicator
goes off.
3. Disconnect the DC plug from the controller, and remove
the AC adapter from the AC outlet.
Note: If the power is not turned off after logout, the
alarm indicator and alarm suspend indicator will
display the same status as in normal operation.
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The unit that is assigned to the UNIT A/UNIT
button as number 1 is selected automatically.
OPERATE
LOGIN
ALARM
Lights after authorization
Goes off after logout
Unauthorized
■ System Unit Selection
● Selecting with UNIT A/UNIT B Button
Connected system units can be selected either by their unit
number (01-99) or by a single-digit number (1-9) assigned
to the UNIT A or UNIT B button.
The unit numbers (01-99) of some frequently used units can
be assigned to numeric buttons 1-9 in the setup. Units can
be divided in two groups, one assigned to the UNIT A and
the other to the UNIT B button. A frequently used system
unit can be easily selected by pressing one numeric button
and then the UNIT A or UNIT B button.
● Selecting with Unit Number
1. Enter a unit number (01-99) with the numeric buttons.
MON
ESC
1. Enter a single digit number (1-9).
Omit this step when you wish to select unit number “1”,
as this unit is selected by default.
CAM
LOGOUT
SET
MON
2. Press the SHIFT button to turn the shift indicator on,
then press the UNIT A/UNIT button.
UNIT A
ESC
CAM
LOGOUT
SET
2. Press the UNIT A or UNIT B button while the SHIFT
indicator is off.
then
SHIFT
UNIT
UNIT B
UNIT A
or
The selected unit number appears in the unit section of
the LED display.
The selected camera number appears in the camera
section of the LED display.
Notes:
• To confirm the selected unit number when the monitor number appears in the unit section of the LED
display, take procedure 2 or press MON/ESC button .
• If no unit is connected, [Err] appears a few seconds
after unit selection. In such a case, confirm the unit
address and repeat the above procedure.
• If the unit address of a system unit is unknown, consult your system administrator.
• When multiple system units such as Data Multiplex
Unit are connected to the System Controller and the
UNIT A or UNIT B button is pressed, the camera
number on the controller's LED display will not
agree with the camera picture on the monitor.
In this case, select the monitor and camera as
described on the next page.
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UNIT
The selected unit address appears in the unit section of
the LED display.
The selected camera number appears in the camera
section of the LED display.
■ Monitor Selection
■ Camera Selection
A monitor is selected when multiple monitors are connected
to a system unit (e.g., a Video Multiplexer) to control such
functions as multiscreen display and electronic zoom.
One of the cameras connected to the system unit is selected.
1. Select the system unit connected to the monitor you
wish to control.
2. Enter a monitor number using the numeric buttons.
1. Select a system unit connected to the camera whose
picture you wish to view.
2. Enter a camera number using the numeric buttons.
The entered camera number appears on the LED display.
3. Press the CAM/SET button.
MON
ESC
CAM
LOGOUT
SET
MON
3. Press the MON/ESC button.
ESC
CAM
LOGOUT
SET
MON
ESC
The selected monitor number appears in the monitor
section of the LED display.
The selected camera number appears in the camera
section of the LED display.
The monitor is now ready for control from the system
controller.
Notes:
• To confirm the selected monitor number, simply
take procedure 3 when the unit address appears in
the monitor section of the LED display.
• Each time the MON/ESC button is pressed, the unit
number and monitor number are displayed alternately on the LED.
• The setting is invalid if the unit in which the monitor
number has been set is not programmed.
• In the above case, repeat the same procedure after
confirming the monitor number. If you do not know
the monitor number, consult the administrator.
• When [--] appears in the monitor section of the LED
display, the selected system unit is not compatible
with the monitor selection.
• For further information, refer to the Operating Instructions for the system unit concerned.
Note: [--] appears in the camera section of the LED display when an alarm is activated, when the multiscreen is displayed, or when a sequence mode is
running.
The following functions are available after selecting a camera.
• Pan/tilt
• Focus
• Zoom
• Iris
• Defroster ON/OFF (camera housing)
• Wiper ON/OFF (camera housing)
• Preset Position (Combination Camera)
• Home position (Combination Camera)
• Switching between color and B/W picture
(Combination Camera)
• Auto pan (Combination Camera)
• Patrol Learn function (Combination Camera)
• Camera functions (Combination Camera)
The selected camera number can be incremented or
decremented by one if the system unit is equipped with the
camera switching feature.
1. Press the SHIFT button to turn the shift indicator on.
2. Press the EL-ZOOM/+ button to increment or the
STILL/– button to decrement the camera number.
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■ Camera Control
Cameras and their peripherals are controlled from the WVCU360C as follows. Some of the descriptions may not be
applicable if they refer to devices not equipped in your system.
The operating procedures on the following pages assume
that you have selected a system unit and a monitor.
2. Press the ZOOM TELE button to optically bring the
object closer, or press the ZOOM WIDE button to optically widen the scene.
ZOOM
WIDE
TELE
3. Press the IRIS CLOSE button to close the iris, or the
IRIS OPEN button to open the iris.
● Pan/Tilt Control
Proceed as follows to control a combination camera or an
ordinary camera mounted on a pan/tilt head.
1. Move the pan/tilt head in the desired direction with the
joystick controller.
If the IRIS CLOSE and IRIS OPEN buttons are pressed
simultaneously, the iris is reset to the default.
IRIS
CLOSE
OPEN
IRIS RESET
Joystick
● Home/Preset Position
The camera moves to the preset position or back to the
home position, and the picture of the camera in that position appears on the monitor.
1. Press the HOME/PRESET button to move the camera
back to the home position.
HOME/PRESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
2. To slowly move the pan/tilt head, move the joystick
while holding down the SLOW button.
2. Select a preset position number using the numeric buttons, then press the HOME/PRESET button to move the
camera to the position.
SEQ PAUSE
SLOW
HOME/PRESET
● Lens Control
This allows you to control a motorized lens.
1. Press the FOCUS NEAR or FOCUS FAR button to
adjust the lens focus while watching the monitor.
If you are using a camera with an auto focus feature,
the lens focus can be automatically adjusted by pressing the FOCUS NEAR and FOCUS FAR buttons simultaneously.
FOCUS
NEAR
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
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MON
ESC
CAM
LOGOUT
SET
PROGRAM
PRESET
● Combination Camera Shortcuts
The shortcuts listed below are available for controlling combination cameras. For more details, refer to the Operating
Instructions included with the camera.
Function
Selecting a PRESET position
#1
#10
#64
AUTO PAN
ON
OFF
Speed Up
Speed Down
Setting Start Point
Setting End Point
Setting PAN Reverse
AUTO MODE
MODE Off
SEQ On
SORT On
ENDLESS PAN
On
Off
DIGITAL FLIP
On
Off
PROP. PAN/TILT
On
Off
SUPER-D2
On
Off
AUTO FOCUS
STOP AF On*
STOP AF Off*
AF On (Activate)
HOME POSITION
Move to HOME
B/W or C/L
B/W On*
B/W Off*
B/W AUTO*
CAMERA ID
On
Off
AREA TITLE
NESW On
USER On
TITLE Off
Key
From #1 to #64
[1] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [0] + [CAM FUNC]
[6] + [4] + [CAM FUNC]
[6] + [5] + [CAM FUNC]
[6] + [6] + [CAM FUNC]
[6] + [7] + [CAM FUNC]
[6] + [8] + [CAM FUNC]
[6] + [9] + [CAM FUNC]
[7] + [0] + [CAM FUNC]
[7] + [4] + [CAM FUNC]
[7] + [1] + [CAM FUNC]
[7] + [2] + [CAM FUNC]
[7] + [3] + [CAM FUNC]
[7] + [6] + [CAM FUNC]
[7] + [7] + [CAM FUNC]
[7] + [8] + [CAM FUNC]
[7] + [9] + [CAM FUNC]
[8] + [0] + [CAM FUNC]
[8] + [1] + [CAM FUNC]
[8] + [4] + [CAM FUNC]
[8] + [5] + [CAM FUNC]
[8] + [6] + [CAM FUNC]
[8] + [7] + [CAM FUNC]
[8] + [8] + [CAM FUNC]
[8] + [9] + [CAM FUNC]
[9] + [0] + [CAM FUNC]
[9] + [1] + [CAM FUNC]
[9] + [2] + [CAM FUNC]
[9] + [3] + [CAM FUNC]
[9] + [4] + [CAM FUNC]
[9] + [5] + [CAM FUNC]
[9] + [6] + [CAM FUNC]
[9] + [7] + [CAM FUNC]
Function
EL-ZOOM
On
Off
RESTART
Begin
Memorize PRESET
Position #1
Position #10
Position #64
PATROL
PLAY
STOP
LEARN(Start)
IRIS
Open
Close
EL-SHUTTER
On
Off
Speed Up
Speed Down
AGC
On
Off
SENS UP
On
Off
Up
Down
SENS UP AUTO
On
Off
Up
Down
LL SYNC phase
INC
DEC
PAN
180° turn
CLEANING
On
Off
BW SW AUTO
30 sec.
60 sec.
300 sec.
600 sec.
Key
[9] + [8] + [CAM FUNC]
[9] + [9] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [0] + [0] + [CAM FUNC]
From #1 to #64**
[1] + [0] + [1] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [1] + [0] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [6] + [4] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [6] + [5] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [6] + [6] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [6] + [7] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [6] + [9] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [7] + [0] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [7] + [1] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [7] + [2] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [7] + [3] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [7] + [4] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [7] + [5] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [7] + [6] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [7] + [7] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [7] + [8] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [7] + [9] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [8] + [0] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [8] + [1] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [8] + [2] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [8] + [3] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [8] + [4] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [8] + [5] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [8] + [6] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [8] + [7] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [8] + [8] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [8] + [9] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [9] + [0] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [9] + [1] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [9] + [2] + [CAM FUNC]
[1] + [9] + [3] + [CAM FUNC]
Notes:
• Shortcut operations marked with * will change parameter settings only. Actual operation takes place
when the conditions for the changed settings are met.
• When entering shortcuts marked with **, “NO REGS. ; FLIP ON” may appear on the monitor. Re-enter
the shortcut.
• Shortcuts may be ignored while PAN/TILT, ZOOM or FOCUS is in operation.
• PATROL LEARN saves only [1] through [6]+[4], [1]+[6]+[9] and [1]+[7]+[0] in the memory.
• PATROL PLAY stops when a shortcut other than [1]+[6]+[9] or [1]+[7]+[0] is entered.
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● Housing/AUX Control
■ Data Multiplex Unit Control
When your system includes a camera housing, the
defroster and wiper equipped in it are controlled. When a
Receiver is installed in the system, an auxiliary device connected to it such as a buzzer or lamp will be also controlled.
When more than one Data Multiplex Unit are connected
with the controller as shown in System Connection Example
2 on page 14, you can select a camera directly with the
camera number, without typing a system unit address.
● Setting
8 Defroster
Press the DEF/AUX 2 button to enable or disable defroster
operation for the selected camera. The DEF/AUX 2 indicator next to the button is lit while it is in operation.
Camera numbers are specified by the UNIT switch or in the
setup menu for the WJ-MP204C.
For further details, refer to the manual included with the
Data Multiplex Unit.
DEF
Unit Address
of WJ-MP204C
AUX 2
8 Wiper
Press the WIPER/AUX 1 button to enable or disable wiper
operation for the selected camera. The WIPER/AUX 1 indicator next to the button is lit while it is in operation.
WIPER
Camera Number
1
1, 2, 3, 4
2
5, 6, 7, 8
3
9, 10, 11, 12
4
13, 14, 15, 16
When more than one controller is connected in the system,
remember settings are needed for the MODE DIP switch
and CONTROLLER NO. switch of the controllers as
described on page 16.
AUX 1
Note: To prevent early wiper wear, be sure to turn off the
wiper whenever it is not needed, or before selecting
another camera for viewing.
● Camera Selection
1. Press a camera number using the numeric buttons.
8 Auxiliary 1/2
1. Press the SHIFT button to turn the SHIFT indicator on.
2. Press the WIPER/AUX 1 or DEF/AUX 2 button to
enable or disable the auxiliary function for the selected
camera. The respective indicator next to the button is lit
while it is in operation.
MON
DEF
SHIFT
AUX 2
WIPER
ESC
CAM
LOGOUT
2. Press the CAM/SET button.
CAM
AUX 1
Note: Auxiliary control may be ignored while zooming,
focusing or panning/tilting is in operation.
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SET
SET
■ Video Multiplexer Control
Some of the major functions equipped in a Video
Multiplexer are remotely controlled from the System
Controller. For more information, refer to the manual included with the Video Multiplexer.
The operating procedures on the following pages assume
that you have selected a system unit and a monitor.
8 All cameras still
1. Enter 0 with the numeric buttons, then press the
STILL/– button. All camera pictures freeze on the multiscreen while the STILL/– indicator is lit.
STILL
0
–
● Multiscreen Selection
1. Press the MULTISCREEN SELECT button. The selected multiscreen monitor displays a split screen.
Example of Quad Picture
MULTI SCREEN SELECT
2. Press the STILL/– button to cancel the still display
mode.
● Electronic Zoom
A picture displayed on the monitor can be electronically
zoomed in, and the enlarged area in the picture can be
moved using the joystick.
1
2
1. Press the EL-ZOOM/+ button. The EL-ZOOM/+ indicator is lit, and a plus mark [+] appears in the center of
the monitor screen.
3
4
EL-ZOOM
2. Press the button repeatedly to select the number of
segments you wish the multiscreen to display. Each
time the button is pressed, the number changes as follows depending on the number of inputs (16 or 9).
16-input: 4 → 9 → 16 → 4 screen segments
9-input: 4 → 9 → 4 screen segments
+
2. Move the [+] mark into the zoom area moving the joystick.
UP
● Still Picture
There are two ways of displaying still pictures on the multiscreen monitor.
8 Specific camera still
1. Select a camera number using the numeric buttons,
then press the STILL/– button. The selected camera
picture freezes on the multiscreen while the STILL/–
indicator is lit.
L
R
DOWN
3. Press the EL-ZOOM/+ button again to zoom.
STILL
–
2. Press the STILL/– button to cancel still display mode.
You can move the enlarged area on the monitor using
the joystick.
4. Press the EL-ZOOM/+ button to cancel the zoom mode.
The EL-ZOOM/+ indicator goes off.
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● Viewing Playback
VCR playback pictures are displayed on the selected spot
or multiscreen monitor.
1. With the connected VCR in playback mode, press the
VCR/CAM button to turn on the VCR indicator.
Playback pictures are displayed on the selected monitor.
VCR CAM
4. To move the sequence one step back, press the
STILL/– button.
STILL
–
5. To cancel the sequence pause, press the SEQ PAUSE
button again.
SEQ PAUSE
2. Press the VCR/CAM button again to cancel viewing
playback. The VCR indicator goes off.
Note: This function is automatic when PLAYBACK
AUTO is set to ON in the Video Multiplexer setup
and the playback signal is supplied to the Video
Multiplexer. Set PLAYBACK AUTO to OFF in the
setup when you wish manual operations as
described above.
● Sequence Control
A preset sequence is displayed on the selected spot or
multiscreen monitor. The paused picture can be moved by
one step to the previous or next frame.
1. Press the SEQUENCE button. The sequence is displayed on the monitor while the SEQUENCE indicator is
lit.
SEQUENCE
PATROL
STOP
2. To pause the sequence, press the SEQ PAUSE button.
SEQ PAUSE
SLOW
3. To move the sequence one step forward, press the ELZOOM/+ button.
EL-ZOOM
+
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SLOW
■ Digital Disk Recorder Control
A Digital Disk Recorder is controlled from the System Controller using shortcuts assigned to numeric buttons.
For more information, refer to the manual included with the Digital Disk Recorder.
The operating procedures on the following pages assume that you have selected a system unit and a monitor.
● WJ-HD100 Shortcuts
The shortcuts listed below are available for controlling a digital disk recorder. For more details, refer to the Operating
Instructions included with the digital disk recorder.
Item
Show/Hide SETUP MENU
WV-CU360C
WJ-HD100
Hold
Holddown
down
seconds
2 2seconds
Hold
down
Hold
down
2 seconds
2 seconds
SETUP/ESC
STOP
Note
SETUP
Button lock is released automatically by opening the setup menu.
FUNCTION
UP
Setup Item Selection
STEP
REW/FF
/
/
L
L
R
R
DOWN
Parameter Selection
/
UP
UP
PUSH– PAUSE SET
/
R
L
DOWN
Move Cursor Back A Step
R
DOWN
MON
SETUP/ESC
STOP
ESC
Show/Hide Alarm History
ALM RESET
Operate LCD Button.
SHIFT
Search Alarm History
/
ALM RECALL
UP
PUSH– PAUSE SET
/
L
R
L
R
DOWN
Play/Stop Selected Alarm
Record
PLAY
MON
SET
ESC
SETUP
Recording
REC
SHIFT
Stop
Stop Playback
FUNCTION
SETUP
SETUP/ESC
STOP
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
STOP
Exclusive use to stop playback.
SHIFT
Stop Recording
FUNCTION
SETUP
STOP
Exclusive use to stop recording.
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Playback
PLAY
SHIFT
Pause
/
PUSH– PAUSE SET
/
/
PUSH– PAUSE SET
/
/
PUSH– PAUSE SET
/
/
PUSH– PAUSE SET
/
/
PUSH– PAUSE SET
/
FUNCTION
SETUP
SHIFT
Step Playback FWD.
CAM
STOP
FUNCTION
SETUP
STEP
/
SHIFT
Step Playback REW.
FUNCTION
SETUP
STEP
/
SHIFT
Skip Playback FWD.
FUNCTION
SETUP
REW/FF
/
SHIFT
Skip Playback REW.
FUNCTION
SETUP
REW/FF
/
SHIFT
Jump to Latest.
/
REW/FF
Press
Press
JogDial
JogDial
/
Jump to Oldest.
/
REW/FF
/
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FUNCTION
SETUP
PUSH– PAUSE SET
/
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
PUSH– PAUSE SET
/
Press
Press
JogDial
JogDial
SHIFT
FUNCTION
The top of the latest record will be
accessed.
The top of the oldest record will be
accessed.
Item
WJ-HD100
WV-CU360C
Note
SETUP
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
DAYLIGHT
SAVINGS
1
3
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Timer REC Mode
Selection
Operate LCD Button.
Button Lock OFF
Operate LCD Button.
OFF, INT or EXT selectable
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
3
0
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Button Lock ON
Operate LCD Button.
3
1
SHIFT
FUNCTION
● WJ-HD500A Shortcuts
The shortcuts listed below are available for controlling a digital disk recorder. For more details, refer to the Operating
Instructions included with the digital disk recorder.
Item
Controller Operation
Step Playback FWD
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Step Playback REW
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Pause
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Playback
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Recording
SHIFT
Equal to REC button
FUNCTION
SETUP
Stop
SHIFT
For both Manual Recording and Playback
FUNCTION
SETUP
Stop Playback
SHIFT
Exclusive use to stop playback
FUNCTION
SETUP
Stop Recording
SHIFT
Exclusive use to stop recording
FUNCTION
SETUP
Alarm Search OFF
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Alarm Search ON
3
3
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Button Lock OFF
3
0
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Button Lock ON
3
1
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Daylight Savings ON/OFF
1
SHIFT
3
FUNCTION
SETUP
Timer Mode Selection
SHIFT
SHIFT
SHIFT
Index
FUNCTION
SETUP
Record Search Window ON
Internal, External, Off
FUNCTION
SETUP
Record List Display ON/OFF
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Note
SETUP
FUNCTION
Index/Shuttle
Item
Controller Operation
Note
SETUP
Screen Display ON/OFF
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Group Selection
SHIFT
FUNCTION
ALM RESET
Show/Hide Alarm Log
ALM RECALL
SHIFT
SETUP
Skip Playback FWD.
SHIFT
Speed change 1/2, 1, 2, 5
FUNCTION
SETUP
Skip Playback REW.
SHIFT
Speed change 1/2, 1, 2, 5
FUNCTION
SETUP
Record List 1 line Up
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Record List 1 line Down
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Record List Turn Next Page
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Record List Turn Prev. Page
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Playback of Selected Record
SHIFT
Record List
FUNCTION
SETUP
Backward Search in Window
SHIFT
Record List
FUNCTION
SETUP
Forward Search in Window
SHIFT
Record List
FUNCTION
SETUP
Increment Parameter in Window
SHIFT
Record List
FUNCTION
SETUP
Decrement Parameter in Window
SHIFT
Record List
FUNCTION
SETUP
Search Window Display ON/OFF
SHIFT
Record List
FUNCTION
Alarm Log 1 line Up
L
R
DOWN
UP
Alarm Log 1 line Down
L
Playback of Selected Alarm
Record
R
CAM
SHIFT
Alarm Log
SET
UP
Backward Search in Window
Alarm Log
R
DOWN
UP
Forward Search in Window
L
Alarm Log
R
DOWN
EL-ZOOM
Increment Parameter in Window
SHIFT
SHIFT
Search Window Display
Selection
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+
STILL
Decrement Parameter in Window
Alarm Log
–
MON
SHIFT
Alarm Log
ESC
Time & Date, Alarm CH, OFF
Item
Controller Operation
Note
SETUP
Copy to DVD
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
Copy Cancel
SHIFT
FUNCTION
SETUP
DVD Copy Record Display
SHIFT
■ Alarm Operation
When the WV-CU360C receives an alarm signal from a system unit, the alarm indicator on the controller blinks.
The alarm indicator changes from blinking to steady light
when the alarm is automatically reset.
The camera number [---] appears in the camera section of
the LED display.
Equal to EL-ZOOM
FUNCTION
2. To cancel alarm suspension, press the ALM SUSPEND
button again.
ALM SUSPEND
Note: The alarm suspension is applied to all system
units, not to a selected one.
● Alarm Reset
1. Press the ALM RESET/ALM RECALL button.
ALM RESET
ALM RECALL
The alarm indicator on the controller goes off.
Notes:
• Alarm reset operations including auto reset are
applied to all system units, not to a selected one.
• Alarm reset mode differs depending on the system
unit connected to the WV-CU360C.
• Confirm that the SHIFT button is released.
● Alarm Suspension
The alarm suspension mode is activated or deactivated.
Use this function when you do not want to be disturbed by
alarm input as for example during setup operations.
1. Press the ALM SUSPEND button. The ALM SUSPEND
indicator lights up.
Alarm input is ignored while the indicator is lit.
ALM SUSPEND
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● Alarm Recall
The alarm event log is recalled and displayed on the monitor.
1. Select the desired system unit and monitor.
2. Press the ALM RESET/ALM RECALL button while the
SHIFT indicator is lit. The ALM RECALL indicator lights
up. The alarm log appears on the monitor.
ALM RESET
SHIFT
ALM RECALL
3. To cancel the alarm recall function, press the ALM
RESET/ALM RECALL button while the SHIFT indicator
is lit.
REMOTE SETUP of UNITS & CAMERAS
You can set up the system unit and the camera with the
setup menu by this controller.
You can use the controller to set up system units and cameras.
This section describes the main remote setup procedures.
Some of the descriptions may not be applicable if they refer
to devices not equipped in your system.
For further information on the default settings and operating
procedures, refer to the Operating Instructions included
with the individual units.
■ System Unit Setup
■ Camera Setup
1. Select the desired camera.
2. Press the CAM SETUP/CAM FUNCTION button for 2
seconds or more to access the Camera Setup menu.
The CAM SETUP indicator lights up.
(Example of Camera Setup menu)
CAM SETUP
*** SET UP MENU ***
PRESET 1*
MAP
HOME POSITION 15
10MIN
SELF RETURN
AUTO PAN
AUTO MODE
AUTO PAN KEY SEQ
DIGITAL FLIP OFF
LOCAL/REMOTE LOCAL
SPECIAL1
CAMERA
RS485 SET UP
CAM FUNCTION
1. Select the desired system unit compatible with PS • Data
mode.
2. Press the SETUP/FUNCTION button for more than 2
seconds. The SETUP indicator lights up.
The Setup menu for the system unit appears on the
monitor.
3. Move the cursor with the numeric buttons 2 (Up) or 8
(Down), then select a parameter with the buttons 6
(Right) or 4 (Left).
Example of Setup Menu for WJ-MP204C
SETUP
WJ-MP204C SETUP MENU x.xx
COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM
FUNCTION
MON
ESC
3. To complete the setup, press the SETUP/FUNCTION
button for 2 seconds or more.
The SETUP indicator goes off.
CAM
LOGOUT
SET
4. Press the CAM/SET button to execute the parameter or
enter a submenu.
Note: If you change the default baud rate or parity check,
the system unit setup function is disabled.
Keys used for system unit setup
UP
L
R
L
R
To move the cursor.
DOWN
MON
ESC
STILL
CAM
LOGOUT
SET
EL-ZOOM
To select a parameter.
+
–
CAM
SET
To execute the parameter or
enter a submenu
MON
To return to the previous menu
5. To return to the previous menu, press the MON/ESC
button.
ESC
6. Press the CAM SETUP/CAM FUNCTION button for 2
seconds or more to complete the camera setup.
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7. Move the cursor to [SPECIAL] on the Setup menu, and
press numeric buttons 4 and 6 simultaneously for 2
seconds or more to display the special menu.
8. Move the cursor to [CAMERA RESET]* on the Setup
menu, and press buttons 4, 5 and 6 simultaneously to
reset all the functions to the defaults.
* The menu to reset the camera functions differs depending on the camera:
[SPECIAL] for the WV-CS650, [SPECIAL 2] for the WVCS854, and [END] for fixed cameras etc.
Notes:
• If camera setup is started using the buttons on the
camera, all future operations for setup must be performed using the buttons on the camera.
If camera setup is started using the System
Controller, all future operations for setup must be
performed using the same controller.
• For further information, refer to the Operating
Instructions for the selected camera.
■ Camera Patrol Learning
There are two ways of setting up camera patrol learning.
One is to use the camera setup menu and the other is to
operate the camera.
Follow the procedures below to set up while operating the
combination camera.
1. Select the desired system unit, monitor and combination camera.
2. Press the PATROL PLAY/PATROL LEARN button
while holding down the PROGRAM/CAM SETUP/CAM
FUNCTION button.
PATROL PLAY
PROGRAM
CAM SETUP
PATROL
LEARN
CAM FUNCTION
[LEARNING] appears on the monitor.
Keys used for camera setup
2
8
4
6
CAM
SET
To move the cursor
To select a parameter
To execute the mode or
enter a submenu
MON
To return to the previous menu
ESC
LEARNING
3. Operate the camera using the following controls so that
it traces a routine course most frequently patrolled. The
learning is programmed for 30 seconds for later patrol
play.
• Pan/Tilt (Joystick)
• Iris (Open/Close)
• Focus (Far/Near)
• Zoom (Tele/Wide)
• Preset Position
Note: The memorized parameters may differ somewhat
depending on the camera type. Refer to the manual
included with the camera.
4. To stop the learning, press the SEQUENCE/PATROL
STOP button while holding down the PROGRAM/CAM
SETUP/CAM FUNCTION button.
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
CAM SETUP
CAM FUNCTION
PATROL
STOP
[LEARNING] disappears from the monitor.
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■ Camera Preset Position
There are two ways of presetting camera positions.
One is to use the camera setup menu of the combination
camera and the other is to operate the System Controller as
follows.
4. Press the HOME/PRESET/PROGRAM PRESET button
while holding down the PROGRAM/CAM SETUP/CAM
FUNCTION button.
The position and its number are memorized for later
recall.
1. Select the desired system unit, monitor and camera.
PROGRAM
2. Move the camera to a position you wish to preset, using
the joystick.
CAM FUNCTION
UP
L
R
DOWN
Adjust the picture using the following buttons.
• Iris (Open/Close)
• Focus (Far/Near)
• Zoom (Tele/Wide)
Note: The memorized parameters may differ somewhat
depending on the camera type. Refer to the manual
included with the camera.
3. Type a number with the numeric buttons for the preset position. The typed number appears in the
CAMERA section of the LED display.
MON
ESC
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CAM
LOGOUT
SET
HOME/PRESET
CAM SETUP
PROGRAM
PRESET
For WJ-FS616C
Multiplexer System
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MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS & THEIR FUNCTIONS
■ Front View (Template for WJ-FS616C)
q
w
e
OPERATE
LOCK
ALARM
r
UNIT
t
CAMERA
System Controller WV-CU
360C
For Multiplexer
MULTI
SCREEN
ALT
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
SPOT
IRIS
!5!6!7
CLOSE
ALM RESET
SEQUENCE
OPEN
UP
IRIS RESET
VTR
CAM
AUTO/+
[email protected]
FOCUS
NEAR
ALL RESET
FAR
AUX 2
ALM SUSPEND
EL-ZOOM
MULTI SELECT
FUNCTION
PRE-POSI
STILL
L
@[email protected]@3
HOME/-
R
ZOOM
TELE
WIDE
AUX 1
@[email protected]@6
DOWN
CAMERA SET
SETUP
UNIT
CAM
ON/OFF
ESC
SET
AUTO
FOCUS
@[email protected]
ON
OFF
T/L MODE
!4
!3
q Operate Indicator (OPERATE)
Is lit while power is supplied to the System Controller.
w Lock Indicator (LOCK)
Is lit while operation of the System Controller and WJFS616C is prohibited by the connected computer. The
lock can be released by sending a command from the
computer.
e Alarm Indicator (ALARM)
Blinks when an alarm is activated. Blinking changes to
steady light when the alarm is automatically reset.
To turn the indicator off, press the ALM RESET button.
r LED Display (UNIT CAMERA)
LED display allowing you to confirm the number of the
system unit and camera in operation. The CAMERA
section will display “–” when operating in multiscreen or
sequence mode.
t Iris buttons (IRIS, CLOSE/OPEN)
Close or open the lens iris of cameras equipped with
the specified lens.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time, the
lens iris is reset to the factory setting.
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!2
!1 !0 o
i
u
y
y Joystick Controller (UP/DOWN/L/R)
Used to operate the pan/tilt head manually, or to move
the cursor to the desired position in the setup menu of
the Video Multiplexer.
UP:
DOWN:
L:
R:
Upward
Downward
Left
Right
u Focus buttons (FOCUS, NEAR/FAR)
Adjust the lens focus of cameras equipped with the
specified lens.
i Zoom buttons (ZOOM, TELE/WIDE)
Zoom cameras equipped with the specified lens.
o Auto/Increment button (AUTO/+)
Activates the auto panning function.
During the setup, this button is used to select the
desired parameter in the setup menu.
!0 Home/Decrement button (HOME/–)
Moves the camera to the home position.
During the setup, this button is used to select the
desired parameter in the setup menu.
!1 Auto Focus button (AUTO FOCUS)
Activates the auto focus function when the specified
camera with auto focus feature is selected.
!2 Camera/Set button (CAM/SET)
CAM: Selects a camera. Enter a camera number with
the numeric buttons, then press the CAM/SET button.
SET: Executes the currently highlighted setting in the
setup menu.
!3 Numeric Buttons (0 - 9)
These buttons are used for numeric input into the system, such as the number of a camera you want to
select.
!4 Unit/Escape button (UNIT/ESC)
UNIT: Selects a WJ-FS616C unit. Enter a unit number
with numeric buttons, then press the UNIT/ESC button.
ESC: Escapes from the currently highlighted selection
and return to the previous menu window in the
setup.
!5 Alternate button (ALT)
In combination with certain other buttons, activates special functions.
For example, in combination with the ALM SUSPEND,
EL-ZOOM or MULTI SELECT button, it is used to control
the VTR (VCR).
!6 Multiscreen Monitor button (MULTI SCREEN)
Selects the multiscreen monitor connected to the MULTISCREEN OUT connector of the Video Multiplexer.
The indicator lights up when the multiscreen monitor is
selected.
Note: When REC OUT of the Video Multiplexer is used
as connector for the Multiscreen 2 Monitor, this button alternately selects the Multiscreen or
Multiscreen 2 Monitor.
The indicator blinks when the Multiscreen 2 monitor
is selected.
!7 Spot Monitor button (SPOT)
Selects the spot monitor connected to the SPOT OUT
connector of the Video Multiplexer.
The indicator lights up when the spot monitor is selected.
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!8 Alarm Reset button (ALM RESET)
Cancels an active alarm.
Pressing this button while the alarm function is activated will reset an alarm of the currently selected unit and
return the system to the condition before the alarm
function was activated.
Pressing it in combination with the ALT button will reset
all alarms.
!9 Sequence button (SEQUENCE)
Activates the sequence mode. In this mode, a series of
camera pictures is displayed in succession on the monitor screen for the specified duration.
The indicator lights up when this mode is selected.
@0 VTR (VCR)/Camera selection button (VTR/CAM)
Selects the camera picture or VTR (VCR) playback picture for display on the multiscreen monitor.
The indicator lights up when the VTR (VCR) mode is
selected.
Note: The above operation is not valid unless multiscreen monitor is selected using the MULTISCREEN button.
@1 Alarm Suspend button (ALM SUSPEND)
Pressing this button for more than two (2) seconds suspends activation of the alarm without changing the current alarm mode setup.
The indicator lights up when the alarm suspension
mode is selected.
@2 Electronic Zoom button (EL - ZOOM)
Zooms the picture presently displayed on the multiscreen monitor.
@3 Multiscreen Selection button (MULTI SELECT)
Selects the multiscreen pattern to be displayed on the
multiscreen monitor while monitoring the camera picture or VTR (VCR) playback picture.
Pressing this button repeatedly will switch the screen as
follows:
Camera Picture:
4 → 7 → 9 → 10 → 13 → 16→ 4 screen segments
VTR (VCR) Playback Picture:
4 → 9 → 16→ 4 screen segments
@4 Function button (FUNCTION)
Displays the VTR (VCR) playback picture with the camera pictures on the multiscreen monitor.
The indicator lights up when the combined mode is
selected, and turns off when the playback picture is
selected.
During the setup, this button is used to select the next
page.
@5 Preset Position button (PRE - POSI)
In combination with the numeric buttons and CAM
(SET) button, moves the camera to the desired preset
position.
@6 Still button (STILL)
Freezes the picture on the multiscreen monitor.
The indicator lights up when the still mode is selected.
@7 Camera Set buttons (CAMERA SET ON/OFF)
Open or close the camera setup menu on the monitor
screen.
ON: Opens the selected camera setup menu on the
monitor, if applicable.
The indicator lights up when the camera setup
menu is displayed.
OFF: Closes the camera setup menu.
@8 Set Up button (SET UP ON/OFF)
Opens or closes the WJ-FS616/FS616C setup menu on
the monitor.
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INSTALLATIONS (For WJ-FS616/FS616C)
Warning!
The installation should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers according to the following instructions.
■ System Connections
● Connection Example
The connection example shows cameras and an alarm sensor connected to the Video Multiplexer. A time lapse VCR will
record pictures for later playback. The spot monitor and multiscreen monitor will display live and playback pictures while these
devices are being operated from System Controller WV-CU360C.
AUX
Alarm
Video
Alarm Sensor
Data RS-485
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616C
16
ALARM
LOCK
MULTI
SCREEN
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
MULTISCREEN
SELECT
1
POWER
RESET
SPOT
SEQUENCE
3
PUSH OPEN
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
VCR
CAM
ON
OFF
2
RS-232C/Wired
Time Lapse VCR
OPERATE
LOCK
ALARM
ALT
MULTI
SCREEN
SPOT
ALM RESET
SEQUENCE
UNIT
CAMERA
System Controller WV-CU
Spot Monitor
Live 1-16ch
360C
For Multiplexer
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
CLOSE
OPEN
UP
IRIS RESET
VTR
CAM
AUTO/+
FOCUS
NEAR
ALL RESET
FAR
AUX 2
ALM SUSPEND
EL-ZOOM
FUNCTION
PRE-POSI
MULTI SELECT
L
HOME/-
R
ZOOM
TELE
WIDE
STILL
AUX 1
DOWN
CAMERA SET
ON
OFF
SETUP
UNIT
CAM
ON/OFF
ESC
SET
AUTO
FOCUS
T/L MODE
System Controller
WV-CU360C
Personal Computer
(Software)
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Multiscreen Monitor
Live 1-16ch
Playback 1-16ch
● DATA Port Connection (For Multiplexer)
Data ports are connected with RS-485 cables among devices using the Camera Communication protocol as follows.
Note: When using cables other than those supplied, make sure to use shielded 4-wire twisted pair cable suitable for RS-485
communication.
• Internal Diagram
1
6
No.
Data Flow
Name
No.
1
–
GND
1
2
WJ-FS616C ← WV-CU360C
TX(B)
2
3
WJ-FS616C ← WV-CU360C
TX(A)
3
4
WJ-FS616C → WV-CU360C
RX(B)
4
5
WJ-FS616C → WV-CU360C
RX(A)
5
6
–
GND
6
TX (B)
Controller end
1
TX (A)
RX (B)
RX (A)
6
• Basic Connection
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616C
OUT
DATA
System Controller
WV-CU360C
IN
TERM.
OFF ON
DATA
Termination:
ON
Termination:
ON
RS-485 Cable
■ DIP Switch Setting (For Multiplexer)
An 8-bit DIP switch mounted on the rear panel specifies the communication mode, etc. The default position is marked with an
asterisk *.
78
23
901
456
CONTROLLER No. MODE
SW position
Function
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DATA
OFF
ON
Bit 1
Unit Version
See Unit Version*
Bit 2
Unit Version
See Unit Version*
Bit 3
Unit Version
See Unit Version*
Bit 4
Reserved
Fixed to OFF*
Not used
Bit 5
Line termination
Off
On*
Bit 6
Operation mode
Operator*
Administrator
Bit 7
Reserved
Fixed to OFF*
Not used
Bit 8
Data transmission
Fixed to OFF*
Not used
DC 9V IN
● Unit Version
■ Controller Number Setting
The unit ID is defined by the upper 3 bits depending on the
software version installed in the unit.
• WJ-FS616
Set this switch always to 1 when using the System
Controller in a system including a Multiplexer WJFS616/FS616C.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
78
901
23
ON
456
OFF
8
CONTROLLER No.
MODE
• WJ-FS616C
● Switch Setting Procedures
OFF
ON
1
2
3
4
5
MODE
6
7
1. Remove the DC plug from the rear of the controller.
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2. Set the MODE switch referring to the table.
• The bit switches #1 to #3 should be set to positions that
match the version of the Multiplexer installed in the system.
• Bit 5 opens or terminates the communication chain. The
switch should be set to OFF when the controller is located in an intermediate position of the chain.
• Bit 6 specifies either Operator or Administrator as the
operation mode. Set to Administrator when setting up
the controller.
• Bits 4, 7 and 8 are reserved.
3. Set the CONTROLLER NO. switch to 1.
4. Connect the DC plug to the controller.
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SETUP PROCEDURES (For WJ-FS616/FS616C)
To display the setup menus for the WV-CU360C System Controller on the LED display, set the MODE switch and power up the
controller as described below.
■ Prior to Setup
■ Buttons and Controls used for Setup
Do the following before entering the setup mode.
The following buttons and joystick operations are used for
setup.
1. Confirm that all necessary connections and switch settings are complete.
2. With the power turned off, move bit #6 of the MODE
switch on the rear to ON (administrator) position.
0
3. Supply power to the controller.
SET
5. The LCD displays [SEtUP]. The controller is ready to
enter the setup mode.
Numeric buttons: To select a parameter
CAM/SET button: To execute modes and
parameters
To enter a submenu
CAM
4. Turn on the power of cameras and other system units.
UNIT/ESC button: To return to the previous
menu
UNIT
ESC
When setup is completed, restore the switch to its original
position.
1. With the power turned off, move bit #6 of the MODE
switch on the rear to OFF (operator) position.
9
L
Up: To select a setup menu
R
DOWN
2. Supply power to the controller.
UP
L
Down: To select a setup menu
R
UP
HOME/R
or
Left: To decrease the parameter
AUX 1
DOWN
UP
AUTO/+
L
R
or
Right: To increase the parameter
AUX 2
DOWN
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■ Controller Setup
Set up the baud rate and parity check mode for the controller while observing the LED on the front panel.
Setup Menus
Menu
Selection
LED Display
Reading
Parameter Selection (default*)
Function
CAM
Initial
Display
Setup
SET
No
Administrator
Password
Prompt
OK
Enter a 5-digit password,
press CAM
(12345*)
Authorization
blinking
Move Joystick
UP and down
to select
L
SET
Speed
Baud Rate
(bps)
R
Press
twice
CAM
(1) 2 400 (2) 4 800 (3) 9 600*
(4) 19 200
SET
MON
DOWN
UP
L
LED prompts you to enter password
Parity
Parity Check
(1) None* (2) Even
R
ESC
● Administrator Authorization
1. Press the CAM/SET button while [SEtUP] is displayed.
The [- - - - -] prompt appears.
2. Enter a password with the numeric buttons, then press
the CAM/SET button.
The default setting is [12345].
3. If the password entered is valid, [SPEED] appears. If
password entry failed, the menu returns to [SEtUP].
Note: Selecting a slower rate (e.g., 2 400 bps) will delay
the response time (e.g., the time until an activated
alarm is reset).
3. Press the CAM/SET button to validate the selection.
4. Press the ESC button to go back to the previous menu.
● Parity
In this menu the parity check mode is selected.
● Baud Rate
In this menu, the communication speed (bps: bits per second) is selected. The communication speed should match
that of the WJ-FS616/FS616C.
1. Display [SPEED] and press the CAM/SET button twice.
2. Select a parameter entering a bracket-enclosed number, e.g., (3), moving the joystick to right and left, or
pressing the [+] and [–] buttons.
The default setting is 9 600 bps.
(1) 2 400: 2 400 bps
(2) 4 800: 4 800 bps
(3) 9 600: 9 600 bps
(4) 19 200: 19 200 bps
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1. Display [PrtY] and press the CAM/SET button twice.
2. Select a parameter with the joystick.
The default setting is None.
n: None
E: Even parity
3. Press the CAM/SET button to validate the selection.
4. Press the ESC button to go back to the previous menu.
Note: The baud rate and parity check mode of both the
WJ-FS616/FS616C and the controller must be the
same, otherwise data communications will not function.
To confirm the WJ-FS616/FS616C setup, open the COM
PORT SETUP window to check the DATA port column
parameters. Refer to Multiplexer Setup for operation.
COM PORT SETUP
DELAY
BAUD RATE
WAIT TIME
DATA BIT
PARITY
STOP BIT
XON/XOFF
FULL/HALF
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RS-232C
OFF
9600
OFF
7
ODD
1
-
DATA
OFF
9600
OFF
8
NONE
1
OFF
-
RS-485
OFF
19200
OFF
8
NONE
1
OFF
FULL
OPERATING PROCEDURES (For WJ-FS616/FS616C System)
Note: For common operations to the controller and the WJ-FS616/FS616C, please refer to the manual included with the
WJ-FS616/FS616C. The following pages describe only operations different from the WJ-FS616/FS616C.
■ Camera Selection
■ Camera Control
One of the cameras connected to the system unit is selected.
Cameras and their peripherals are controlled from the WVCU360C as follows. Some of the descriptions may not be
applicable if they refer to devices not equipped in your system.
1. Enter a camera number using the numeric buttons.
The number appears on the LED display.
● Pan/Tilt Control
2. Press the CAM/SET button.
Proceed as follows to control an ordinary camera mounted
on a pan/tilt head or a combination camera in manual or
automatic panning mode.
CAM
1. Move the pan/tilt head in the desired direction with the
joystick controller.
UP
SET
UNIT
CAM
ESC
SET
L
Note: [--] appears in the camera section of the LED display when an alarm is activated, when the multiscreen is displayed, or when sequence mode is
run.
The following functions of the camera are controlled.
• Pan/tilt
• Focus
• Zoom
• Iris
• Defroster ON/OFF (camera housing)
• Wiper ON/OFF (camera housing)
• Preset Position (Combination Camera)
• Home position (Combination Camera)
• Auto pan (Combination Camera)
The following additional functions can be controlled when
using the WV-CS854 or later camera models.
• Switching between color and B/W picture
(Combination Camera)
• Patrol Learn function (Combination Camera)
• Camera functions (Combination Camera)
R
DOWN
2. Press the AUTO/+ button to activate a preset auto panning.
● AUX Control
This allows you to control an auxiliary device such as a
buzzer or lamp connected to the Receiver or combination
camera.
8 Auxiliary 1/2
1. Press the ALT button to turn on the ALT indicator .
ALT
AUTO/+
AUX 2
HOME/-
AUX 1
2. Press the AUX 1 or AUX 2 button to operate or cancel
the auxiliary function for the selected camera.
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Note: Auxiliary control may be ignored while zooming,
focusing or panning/tilting is in operation.
■ VTR (VCR) Control
You can operate a VTR (VCR) connected to the Video
Multiplexer from the controller using the buttons listed
below with the ALT indicator lit.
■ Alarm Operation
When the WV-CU360C receives an alarm signal from the
WJ-FS616/FS616C, the alarm indicator blinks. The alarm
indicator changes from blinking to steady light when the
alarm is automatically reset. The camera number appears
in the camera section of the LED display.
Function
Logo
Note
Rewind
Pause
Fast Forward
● Alarm Reset
1. Press the ALM RESET button while the ALT indicator is
not lit. An activated alarm is reset and the alarm indicator on the controller goes off.
Reverse Play
Stop
Playback
ALM RESET
ALL RESET
2. To reset all alarms issued by the multiplexers connected in a daisy chain, press the ALT button, then press
the ALM RESET buttons.
● Alarm Suspension
1. Press the ALM SUSPEND button for more than 2 seconds to suspend the alarm. The ALM SUSPEND indicator lights up.
ALM SUSPEND
2. Press the ALM RESET button to reset alarm suspension. The ALM SUSPEND indicator goes off.
ALM RESET
ALL RESET
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T/L (timelapse) Mode
Down
e.g., change from 72H mode
to 24H mode
Up
e.g., change from 24H mode
to 72H mode
Recording
■ Camera Setup
The cameras connected to the WJ-FS616/FS616C are set
up from the controller.
6. Press the VTR/CAM button to reset all functions to the
defaults, or press the SEQUENCE button to reset a
selected function.
VTR
CAM
Note: Make sure that the multiplexer and the controller
are set to identical communication parameters.
● General Setup
1. Select a camera pressing the numeric buttons, then
press the CAM/SET button.
2. Press the CAMERA SET ON button. The ON indicator
is lit while the CAMERA SET UP MENU is displayed on
the monitor.
7. Press the CAMERA SET OFF button to close the camera setup menu.
CAMERA SET
ON
ON
OFF
T/L MODE
CAMERA SET
OFF
T/L MODE
● Shortcut for Preset Position Setup
3. Select a setup item by moving the joystick up and
down. Select a parameter by moving the joystick to the
right or left, then press the CAM/SET button to validate
the selection or to enter a submenu.
UP
A shortcut can be created for setting a camera position
without going through the whole presetting process.
Shortcuts are applicable only to cameras having the presetting function.
1. Open the PRESET menu of the camera.
CAM
2. Press the ALT button while the position setting menu is
displayed.
SET
3. Move the camera with the joystick to the position you
wish to preset.
R
L
DOWN
4. Press the UNIT/ESC button to execute the selection
and to return the menu to a higher layer.
UNIT
ESC
5. Press the SEQUENCE button to enter the SPECIAL
menu.
SEQUENCE
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4. Adjust the picture with the IRIS, FOCUS and ZOOM
buttons.
5. Press the ALT button again. The preset conditions are
registered, and the joystick function reverts to moving
the cursor.
For WJ-SX350 Matrix
Switcher System
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MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS & THEIR FUNCTIONS
■ Front View (Template for WJ-SX350)
q
w
e
OPERATE
LOGIN
ALARM
r
MONITOR
CAMERA
t
y
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360C
For Matrix Switcher
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
ALT
PAUSE
FUNCTION
IRIS
!7!8!9
CLOSE
OPEN
UP
IRIS RESET
ACK/RESET
BACK
@[email protected]@2
FWD
SEQ
AUX
FOCUS
NEAR
ALL RESET
-1 CAM
DEC
+1 CAM
INC
RECALL
BACK
FWD
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
L
@[email protected]@5
PAN
R
ZOOM
TELE
WIDE
HISTORY
@[email protected]@8
DOWN
STATUS
PRESET
POSI
MON
CAM
ESC
SET
CAM
POSI
!4
!3 !2 !1
@9#0#1
CAM
MENU
SET UP
!6
!5
q Operate indicator (OPERATE)
Is lit while power is supplied to the System Controller.
w Log-in indicator (LOGIN)
Lights up when login has been successfully finished.
e Alarm indicator (ALARM)
Blinks when an alarm condition exists.
It changes to steady light when the alarm is reset automatically.
To turn off the indicator, press the ACK/RESET or ALL
RESET button.
r LED Display (MONITOR CAMERA)
Displays the number of monitors and cameras currently
controlled.
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!0 o i
u
t Busy indicator (BUSY)
Blinks or lights up when you attempt to control a certain
monitor (or a camera) that is already used by a higher
priority operator, or when the higher priority operator
chooses the camera or monitor you are currently operating.
Blinking:
Steady light:
Monitor Busy
Camera Busy
y Prohibited indicator (PROHIBITED)
Lights up for two seconds when an invalid operator
number or password is used to log in. The indicator
also blinks when an attempt is made to access a function that is prohibited for the given operator level.
u Joystick Controller (UP/DOWN/L/R)
Used to operate the Pan/Tilt Head manually, or to move
the cursor to the desired position on the SETUP MENU
of the Matrix Switcher.
UP:
DOWN:
L:
R:
Upward
Downward
Left
Right
i Iris buttons (IRIS CLOSE/OPEN)
Close or open the lens iris of cameras equipped with
the specified lens.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time, the
lens iris is reset to the factory setting.
o Focus buttons (FOCUS NEAR/FAR)
Adjust the lens focus of cameras equipped with the
specified lens.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time, the
lens focus is set automatically when the specified camera, such as the WV-CS854, is used.
!0 Zoom buttons (ZOOM TELE/WIDE)
Zoom the image in or out if the camera is equipped with
the specified lens.
!1 Auxiliary button (AUX)
In combination with the number buttons 1 to 4, controls
the Auxiliary switches for the Receiver, Wiper and
Defroster.
Press the numeric button, then press this button to turn
the Auxiliary switches for the Wiper or Defroster On or
Off.
1:
2:
3:
4:
Auxiliary Switch 1
Auxiliary Switch 2
Wiper
Defroster
!2 Panning button (PAN)
In combination with the numeric button 1 or 2, is used
to control the panning mode of the Pan/Tilt Head.
Press the numeric button, then press this button to turn
the Panning mode On and Off.
1:
2:
Auto Panning Mode
Random Panning Mode
!3 Preset Position button (PRESET POSI/CAM POSI)
In combination with the numeric buttons, moves the
camera to the desired preset position. Also selects a
camera position by a serial number assigned independently of the camera number. Specify a number, then
press ALT and finally this button.
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!4 Camera/Set button (CAM (SET))
CAM: Used for camera selection. To select a camera,
enter the desired camera number with the numeric
buttons, and then press this button.
SET: Executes the currently highlighted setting in the
setup menu of the Matrix Switcher and opens a
submenu.
!5 Numeric buttons (0 - 9)
These buttons are used for numerical input such as
camera and monitor selection, sequence and preset
position, etc.
Buttons 2, 4, 6 and 8 are also used to move the cursor
to the desired position on the Camera’s Set Up Menu.
!6 Monitor/Escape button (MON (ESC))
MON: Used for monitor selection. To select a monitor,
enter the monitor number with the numeric buttons,
and then press this button.
ESC: Escapes from or executes the currently highlighted selection in the setup menu of the matrix switcher.
!7 Alternate button (ALT)
Alternates the function of dual-function buttons between
the normal and the alternate function. It also enables
the CAM MENU button and SET UP button to display
the assigned menu or setup table on the selected monitor.
The indicator is lit while the function mode is selected.
!8 Sequence Pause button (PAUSE)
Pauses a sequence that is being run on the selected
monitor.
!9 Function button (FUNCTION)
Pressing this button in combination with another operation button activates a specific function.
@0 Alarm Acknowledgment and Reset button
(ACK/RESET)
Cancels an activated alarm. To cancel the alarm, the
monitor must first be selected.
Press this button once to acknowledge the activated
alarm (the indicator blinks rapidly), then press it again
to reset the alarm.
@1 @2 Backward/Forward Sequence button
(SEQ BACK/FWD)
BACK: In combination with the numeric buttons, runs a
Tour or Group sequence backward on the selected
monitor.
It is also used to continue a sequence backward,
that was previously paused on that monitor by
pressing the PAUSE button.
FWD: In combination with the numeric buttons, runs a
Tour or Group sequence forward on the selected
monitor.
It is also used to continue a sequence forward, that
was previously paused on that monitor by pressing
the PAUSE button.
@3 All Alarms Reset button (ALL RESET)
Cancels all active alarms at a time.
To reset all alarms, first select the alarmed monitor
(Monitor 1 for Alarm Mode 1, any of four monitors for
Alarm Mode 2), and then press this button.
Note: To cancel all alarms without first selecting the
monitor, press this button in combination with the
ALT button.
@4 @5 Decrement/Increment button
(–1CAM DEC, +1CAM INC)
–1CAM DEC: Moves a sequence one step backward
from the step that was previously paused on the
selected monitor by pressing the PAUSE button.
Also, when the selected monitor is in the spot
mode, pressing this button will replace the currently
selected camera with the next lower number camera.
+1CAM INC: Moves a sequence one step forward from
the step that was previously paused on a monitor
by pressing the PAUSE button.
Also, when the selected monitor is in the spot
mode, pressing this button will replace the currently
selected camera with the next higher number camera.
@6 Alarm Recall button (RECALL)
Recalls the Alarm Log (record of activated alarms).
Select the desired monitor to display the alarm records,
then press this button to toggle the display of alarm
records On and Off on the selected monitor.
@7 @8 Backward/Forward History button
(HISTORY BACK/FWD)
BACK: Displays the previous camera picture on the
selected monitor. Each operation of this button
backs up the camera picture by one.
In the SETUP MENU, selects the previous page or
step of the setup tables.
FWD: Moves the camera picture forward on the selected monitor after the HISTORY BACK button has
been used.
In the SETUP MENU, selects the next page or step
of the setup tables.
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@9 Status button (STATUS)
Toggles the display of the Camera Site Status Table on
the selected monitor On and Off.
Note: To toggle the display of the System Status Table
on the selected monitor On and Off, press this button in combination with the ALT button.
#0 Camera Menu button (CAM MENU)
In combination with the ALT button, toggles the display
of the selected Camera’s Setup Menu On and Off.
The indicator lights up when the camera setup mode is
selected.
#1 Set Up button (SET UP)
In combination with the ALT button, toggles the display
of the SETUP MENU of the Matrix Switcher On and Off.
The indicator lights up when the setup mode is selected.
INSTALLATIONS (For WJ-SX350)
CAUTION
The installation should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers according to the following instructions.
■ System Connections
● Connection Example
The example below shows a typical system connection.
Up to 32 Cameras
Video
32-Alarm Input
Data RS-485
ALARM
LOGIN
SEQUENCE
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
ALT
ALARM
BACK
FWD
SEQ PAUSE SEQ
1
2
IRIS
SHIFT
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
FUNCTION
AUTO PAN
RANDM PAN
ALL RESET
−1 CAM
DEC
+1 CAM
INC
DEC
ESC
CAM
PROHIBITED STATUS MENU SET UP
ON
UP
FOCUS
OFF
NEAR
FAR
LEFT
PRESET
POSI
RECALL
BUSY
OPEN
IRIS RESET
ACK/RESET
OPERATE
AUTO FOCUS
CLOSE
ZOOM
AUX 1
WIPER
TELE
WIDE
SET
BACK
CAM
POSI
FWD
DOWN
AUX 2
DEF
HISTORY
350
MATRIX SWITCHER WJ-SX
Matrix Switcher
WJ-SX350
Time Lapse VCR
(Max.8 Control Outputs)
Video Monitor(Max.8 Outputs)
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
UP
FOCUS
1
2
3
4
5
6
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
3
4
5
6
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
WIDE
TELE
7
DOWN
0
POWER
8
9
DOWN
0
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
BUSY
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
UP
FOCUS
1
2
3
4
5
6
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
ZOOM
TELE
8
0
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9
1
2
3
4
5
6
FAR
NEAR
R
L
7
R
ZOOM
WIDE
9
FAR
NEAR
L
ZOOM
TELE
8
2
R
L
7
1
WIDE
TELE
DOWN
R
L
ZOOM
7
8
0
9
WIDE
DOWN
System Controller
(Max.4 Units)
● DATA Port Connection (For WJ-SX350)
Data ports are connected with RS-485 cables among devices as follows.
Note: When using cables other than those supplied, make sure to use shielded 4-wire twisted pair cable suitable for RS-485
communication.
• Internal Diagram
1
6
No.
Data Flow
Name
No.
1
–
GND
1
2
WJ-SX350 ← WV-CU360C
TX(B)
2
3
WJ-SX350 ← WV-CU360C
TX(A)
3
4
WJ-SX350 → WV-CU360C
RX(B)
4
5
WJ-SX350 → WV-CU360C
RX(A)
5
6
–
GND
6
TX (B)
Controller end
1
TX (A)
RX (B)
RX (A)
6
• Basic Connection
DATA IN
Matrix Switcher
WJ-SX350
4
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
3
2
PROHIBITED
POWER
1
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
BUSY
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
UP
FOCUS
1
2
3
4
5
6
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
R
L
WIDE
9
FAR
R
L
ZOOM
TELE
NEAR
ZOOM
TELE
7
DOWN
0
8
WIDE
9
DOWN
0
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
POWER
PROHIBITED
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
UP
FOCUS
FOCUS
1
2
3
FAR
NEAR
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
FAR
NEAR
ZOOM
ZOOM
TELE
TELE
7
8
R
L
R
L
1
9
WIDE
WIDE
DOWN
DOWN
0
0
■ DIP Switch Setting (For WJ-SX350)
An 8-bit DIP switch mounted on the rear panel specifies the communication mode, etc. The default position is marked with an
asterisk *.
78
23
901
456
CONTROLLER No. MODE
DATA
DC 9V IN
SW position
Function
58
ON
OFF
Bit 1
System Unit Version
*
See the next page
Bit 2
System Unit Version
*
See the next page
Bit 3
System Unit Version
*
See the next page
Bit 4
Reserved
*
Not used
Bit 5
Line termination
Off
On*
Bit 6
Operation mode
Operator*
Administrator
Bit 7
Baud Rate Selection
Auto-selection*
Set up from CU360
Bit 8
Repeat Transmissions
1 time*
3 times
■ Controller Number Setting
For version 1.xx, set the switches as shown below.
Set this switch always to 1 when using the System
Controller with the WJ-SX350.
OFF
ON
456
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1
23
901
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MODE
CONTROLLER No.
• Bit 1 should be set to OFF*.
• Bit 2 should be set to ON.
• Bit 3 should be set to OFF*.
● Switch Setting Procedures
Set the MODE DIP switch and CONTROLLER NO. switch as
follows.
1. Remove the DC plug from the rear of the controller.
2. Set the MODE switches.
Bit 1 through 3 should match the version of the WJSX350 installed in your system. Open the SETUP MENU
of the WJ-SX350 and check the version shown in the
upper right corner of the menu.
Bits 4 through 8 are not version related.
• Bit 4 should be set to OFF*.
• Bit 5 should be set to ON*.
• Bit 6 should be set to OFF* (Operator) normally, or
ON (Administrator) when setting up the controller.
• Bit 7 should be set to OFF*. Baud rate selection is
automatic.
• Bit 8 should be set to OFF* normally.
3. Connect the DC plug to the controller.
SETUP
P
O
S
C
C
C
F
R
P
Y
A
A
A
U
O
E
S
M
M
M
N
GRA
RAT
TEM
DA
ERA
–PO
CTI
MENU
6.xx/1.xx
M
OR
TA
TI
SI
ON
L
T
M
K
O
L
A
E
AD
E
P
Y
For version 6.00 or later, set the switches as shown
below.
OFF
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
MODE
• Bit 1 should be set to OFF*.
• Bit 2 should be set to ON.
• Bit 3 should be set to ON.
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7
8
CONTROLLER SETUP PROCEDURES (For WJ-SX350)
To display the setup menus for the WV-CU360C System Controller on the LED display, set the MODE switch and power up the
controller as described below.
■ Prior to Setup
■ Buttons and Controls used for Setup
Do the following before entering the setup mode.
The following buttons and joystick operations are used for
setup.
1. Confirm that all necessary connections and switch settings are complete.
2. With the power turned off, move bit #6 of the MODE
switch on the rear to ON (administrator) position.
0
3. Supply power to the controller.
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CAM/SET button: To execute modes and
parameters
To enter a submenu
CAM
4. Turn on the power of cameras and other system units.
SET
5. The LCD displays [SEtUP]. The controller is ready to
enter the setup mode.
Numeric buttons: To select a parameter
MON/ESC button: To return to the previous
menu
MON
ESC
Operator mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
1
MODE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
L
R
Up: To select a setup menu
MODE
DOWN
Administrator mode
UP
L
R
Down: To select a setup menu
UP
R
DC 9V IN
Left: To decrease the parameter
DOWN
UP
L
R
DOWN
When setup is completed, restore the switch to its original
position.
1. With the power turned off, move bit #6 of the MODE
switch on the rear to OFF (operator) position.
2. Supply power to the controller.
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Right: To increase the parameter
■ Setup Procedures
Set up the baud rate and parity check mode for the controller while observing the LED on the front panel.
Setup Menus
Menu
Selection
LED Display
Reading
Parameter Selection (default*)
Function
CAM
Initial
Display
Setup
SET
No
Administrator
Password
Prompt
OK
Enter a 5-digit password,
press CAM
(12345*)
Authorization
blinking
Move Joystick
UP and down
to select
L
SET
Press
twice
Baud Rate
(bps)
Speed
CAM
R
(1) 2 400 (2) 4 800 (3) 9 600*
(4) 19 200
SET
MON
DOWN
UP
L
LED prompts you to enter password
Parity
Parity Check
(1) None* (2) Even
R
ESC
● Administrator Authorization
1. Press the CAM/SET button while [SEtUP] is displayed.
The [- - - - -] prompt appears.
2. Enter a password using the numeric buttons, then press
the CAM/SET button.
The default setting is [12345].
3. If the password entered is valid, [SPEED] appears. If
password entry failed, the menu returns to [SEtUP].
Note: Selecting a slower rate (e.g., 2 400 bps) will
delay the response time (e.g., the time until an activated alarm is reset).
3. Press the CAM/SET button to validate the selection.
4. Press the MON/ESC button to return to the [SPEED]
menu.
● Parity
The parity check mode is selected in this menu.
● Baud Rate
When bit 7 of the MODE switch is in the ON position, you
need to select the communication speed manually to match
that of the WJ-SX350.
1. Display [SPEED], and press the CAM/SET button twice.
2. Select a parameter entering a bracket-enclosed number, e.g., (3), or moving the joystick.
The default setting is 9 600 bps.
(1) 2 400: 2 400 bps
(2) 4 800: 4 800 bps
(3) 9 600: 9 600 bps *
(4) 19 200: 19 200 bps
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1. Display [PrtY] and press the CAM/SET button twice.
2. Select a parameter with the joystick.
The default setting is None.
n: None
E: Even parity
3. Press the CAM/SET button to confirm the selection.
4. Press the MON/ESC button to return to the [SPEED]
menu.
Note: The baud rate and parity check mode of the WJSX350 and the controller must be the same, otherwise
data communications will not function.
OPERATING PROCEDURES (For WJ-SX350)
This section describes only some important operations
such as login, logout, and different operations from the front
panel of the WJ-SX350.
Please refer to the manual included with the WJ-SX350 for
further information on camera selection, monitor selection
and so forth.
● Logout
1. Type 00 using the numeric button, then press the
FUNCTION button. The LOGIN indicator turns off.
FUNCTION
■ Login & Logout
● Login
1. Type your registered operator number (a maximum of
15 digits) using the numeric buttons, then press the
CAM/SET button. If login has been successful, the
LOGIN indicator lights up. If it has failed, another
attempt can be made when the PROHIBITED indicator
goes off after 2 seconds.
1
2
3
4
5
6
■ Lens Control (Auto Focus Operation)
The following function requires the use of a camera with
auto focus capability, such as the Panasonic WV-CS854.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
2. Press the FOCUS NEAR and FAR buttons simultaneously to automatically adjust the lens focus on the
selected camera.
FOCUS
LOGIN
NEAR
7
8
FAR
9
MON
AUTO FOCUS
CAM
0
ESC
SET
2. Type your registered password (a maximum of 5 digits)
using the numeric buttons, then press the CAM/SET
button. If password entry has been successful, the
LOGIN indicator changes from blinking to steady light.
If it has failed, another attempt can be made when the
PROHIBITED indicator goes off after 2 seconds.
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
MON
1. Select the desired monitor.
3. Press the ALT button (indicator light on), then press the
PRESET POSI button to activate the camera to move to
the preset position.
9
CAM
0
ESC
The following function requires the use of a camera with
preset panning capability, such as the Panasonic WVCS854.
2. Select a registered camera position number using the
numeric buttons.
LOGIN
7
■ Pan/Tilt Control (Camera Position
Operation)
ALT
PRESET
POSI
SET
CAM
POSI
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■ Pan/Tilt Control (Auto/Random
Panning)
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
2. Type 1 using the numeric button, then press the PAN
button to toggle the Auto Panning function on the
selected camera On and Off.
3. Type 2 using the numeric button, then press the PAN
button to toggle the Random Panning function on the
selected camera On and Off.
1
2
● Defroster Control
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
2. Type 4 using the numeric button, then press the AUX
button to toggle the power of the Defroster on the
selected camera On and Off.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
AUX
3
MON
CAM
0
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
PAN
● Auxiliary Control
SET
The following function is available only when the WV-RC100
or WV-RC150 Receiver is included in the system.
Note: Moving the Joystick Control will stop Auto or
Random panning.
■ Camera Housing Control
● Wiper control
2. Type 3 using the numeric button, then press the AUX
button to toggle the power of the Wiper on the selected
camera On and Off.
4
2
5
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
2. Type 1 using the numeric button, then press the AUX
button to toggle the user Auxiliary Switch 1 of the
Receiver On and Off.
3. Type 2 using the numeric button, then press the AUX
button to toggle the user Auxiliary Switch 2 of the
Receiver On and Off.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
6
AUX
MON
8
MON
9
CAM
0
ESC
SET
Note: To prevent premature wearing of the wiper
blades, be sure to turn off the wiper when it is not
needed or before selecting another camera for
viewing.
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CAM
0
ESC
7
SET
CAM
0
ESC
ESC
SET
AUX
● System Status Display
1. Select a monitor to display the System Status Table.
2. Press the ALT button (indicator light on), then press the
STATUS button to toggle the display of the System
Status Table on the selected monitor On and Off.
ALT
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STATUS
For System 850
WJ-SX850 Matrix
Switcher System
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MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS & THEIR FUNCTIONS
■ Front View (Template for System 850 Matrix Switcher)
q
w
e
OPERATE
LINK
ALARM
r t y
MONITOR
CAMERA
u
i
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360C
For Matrix Switcher (System 850)
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
ALARM
ACK
RESET
IRIS
[email protected]@1
CLOSE
ALL RESET
DISARM
GROUP PRESET
PREV
OPE ID
S-CTL ID
LOG OUT
PAUSE
NEXT
CAM ID
GEN
AUX1 ON
VLD S
MDN STATUS
WIPER
SYS S
ALL
PROGRAM
PRESET
@[email protected]@4
OPEN
FOCUS
NEAR
AUX1 OFF
ALM S
STOP
CAM MENU OFF
GROUP
SEQ
CAM MENU ON
TOUR
SEQ
AUX2 OFF
ALM H
AUX2 ON
VLD H
DEF OFF
DEF ON
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
L
@[email protected]@7
F1
UP
IRIS RESET
CALL
PRESET
WIDE
TELE
@8
DOWN
OSD
F2
CAM FUNC
@9
MONITOR
LOCK
OSD SERVICE
#1
#0
#2
CLEAR
(ESC)
CAMERA
(ENTER)
AUTO
PAN
SHIFT
BLK
EXIT
!8
!7
!6
q Operate indicator (OPERATE)
Is lit while power is supplied to the System Controller.
w Link indicator (LINK)
Lights up when communication is established with the
Main CPU.
e Alarm indicator (ALARM)
Lights up when an alarm condition exists. Select the
alarm number using the numeric buttons, then press
the ALARM button and the RESET button to turn off the
indicator.
r Monitor indicator (MONITOR)
Lights up when the monitor number is displayed on the
LED display.
t LED Display
Displays the number of monitors and cameras currently
controlled.
It also displays numeric input, error status, etc.
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R
ZOOM
!5 !4 !3
!2 !1 !0
o
y Camera indicator (CAMERA)
Lights up when the camera number is displayed on the
LED display.
u Busy indicator (BUSY)
Lights up when you attempt to control a monitor or camera that is already used by a higher priority operator, or
when the higher priority operator selects the camera or
monitor you are currently operating.
Operations from the System Controller are disabled
until this indicator goes off.
i Prohibited indicator (PROHIBITED)
This indicator lights up for 3 seconds when an attempt
is made to gain access to a function that is prohibited
by the partition.
o Joystick Controller (UP/DOWN/L/R)
Used to manually operate the Pan/Tilt Head, or move
the cursor in the camera menu on the active monitor
screen.
UP:
Upward
DOWN: Downward
L:
Left
R:
Right
!6 Clear/Escape button [CLEAR (ESC)]
Clear: Clears numeric input from the LED display.
Escape: Escapes from the currently highlighted selection and return to the previous page of the camera
menu.
!0 Iris buttons (IRIS, CLOSE/OPEN)
Closes or opens the lens iris of cameras equipped with
the specified lens.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time, the
lens iris is reset to the factory default setting.
!7 Numeric buttons (0 - 9)
Used for numeric input into the system such as the
camera and monitor number, sequence number, preset
position, etc.
Pressing the buttons shown below while holding down
the SHIFT button will select special functions.
!1 Focus buttons (FOCUS, NEAR/FAR)
Adjusts the lens focus of cameras equipped with the
specified lens.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time, the
lens focus is set automatically if the specified camera
with the auto focus feature is equipped.
!2 Zoom buttons (ZOOM, WIDE/TELE)
Zoom the image in or out if the camera is equipped with
the specified lens.
!3 Programme Preset button (PROGRAM PRESET)
In combination with the numeric buttons and CAMERA
(ENTER) button, saves a preset position of the camera
in a system equipped with the specified cameras.
To save a preset position, move the camera to the position to be preset and select a preset number by pressing the numeric buttons. Hold down the PROGRAM
PRESET button, then press the CAMERA (ENTER) button.
!4 Call Preset button (CALL PRESET)
In combination with the numeric buttons, moves the
pan/tilt head of the selected camera to a preset position
in a system equipped with the specified cameras.
!5 Camera/Enter button [CAMERA (ENTER)]
CAMERA: Used for camera selection. Select a camera
by pressing the corresponding numeric buttons, followed by the CAMERA (ENTER) button.
ENTER: In combination with the numeric buttons, enter
numeric input, such as operator ID and password.
It is also used to execute the currently highlighted
selection and enter a submenu of the camera
menu.
Pressing CAMERA (ENTER) while holding down the
SHIFT button will activate the auto panning function of
the selected camera (AUTO PAN).
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This button is also used to exit from alarm selection
mode to normal operation mode.
1: Turns off the user auxiliary 1 switch of the receiver.
(AUX1 OFF)
2: Turn on the user auxiliary 1 switch of the receiver.
(AUX1 ON)
3: Turns on the housing wiper of the camera until
these buttons are released. (WIPER)
4: Turns off the user auxiliary 2 switch of the receiver.
(AUX2 OFF)
5: Turns on the user auxiliary 2 switch of the receiver.
(AUX2 ON)
7: Turns off the housing defroster of the camera. (DEF
OFF)
8: Turns on the housing defroster of the camera. (DEF
ON)
!8 Shift button (SHIFT)
Pressing this button in combination with buttons to
which a special function has been assigned will activate these functions.
!9 Alarm button (ALARM), Disarm indicator (DISARM)
In combination with the Numeric buttons, selects an
alarm. To select an activated alarm, press the numeric
buttons, followed by the ALARM button.
Pressing this button repeatedly enables or disables the
cameras and monitor assigned to perform the alarm
activities.
The DISARM indicator next to the button is lit while
alarm activities are disabled.
@0 Alarm Acknowledge button (ACK)
Acknowledge an activated alarm. Select the alarm by
pressing the numeric buttons, followed by the ALARM
button. Select the desired alarm action number by
pressing the numeric buttons, then press the ACK button. The ACK indicator will light.
After acknowledging the alarm, press the RESET button
to reset the alarm. The ACK indicator will go off.
@1 Alarm Reset button (RESET)
Cancels an activated alarm.
Press this button to reset an alarm activated in the currently active unit.
Pressing this button while holding down the SHIFT button cancels all currently activated alarms at a time (ALL
RESET).
Pressing RESET in the camera menu will reset the parameter of a selected item or open the Special camera
menu when the cursor is positioned on SPECIAL in the
menu. Pressing it while holding down the SHIFT button
will restore all factory default settings.
@2 Group Preset button (GROUP PRESET)
In combination with the numeric buttons, activates a
previously programmed Group Preset function.
Pressing this button while holding down the SHIFT button will display the Operator ID number on the LED
Display for about 3 seconds (OPE ID).
@3 Previous button (PREV)
Moves a Tour Sequence one step backward from the
step that was previously paused on the active monitor
by pressing the PAUSE button.
This button is also used to select a camera. Pressing
PREV while holding down the CAMERA (ENTER) button
will replace the currently selected camera with the next
lower camera number, if the active monitor is in Spot
mode.
Similarly pressing PREV while holding down the MONITOR button will select the next lower monitor number.
When selecting alarms, pressing PREV while holding
down the ALARM button will select the previous alarm.
Pressing this button while holding down the SHIFT button will display the Controller ID number on the LED
Display for about 3 seconds (S-CTL ID).
@4 Next button (NEXT)
Moves a Tour Sequence one step forward from the step
that was previously paused on the active monitor by
pressing the PAUSE button.
The button is also used to select a camera. Pressing
NEXT while holding down the CAMERA (ENTER) button
will replace the currently selected camera with the next
higher camera number, if the active monitor is in Spot
mode.
Similarly pressing NEXT while holding down the MONITOR button will select the next higher monitor number.
When selecting alarms, pressing NEXT while holding
down the ALARM button will select the next alarm.
@5 Log Out button (LOG OUT)
In combination with the CAMERA (ENTER) button, logs
out from the system.
To prevent a log-out error, press CAMERA (ENTER)
while holding down the LOG OUT button.
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@6 Pause button (PAUSE)
Pauses a Tour or Group Sequence that is being run on
the active monitor.
Pressing PAUSE while holding down the SHIFT button
will close the camera menu on the active monitor. The
STOP indicator will go off. (CAM MENU OFF)
@7 Stop button (STOP)
Ends a Tour Sequence that is being run on the active
monitor.
To end a Group Sequence, select one of the monitors
that displays the selected sequence, then press this
button.
Pressing STOP while holding down the SHIFT button
will open the camera menu on the active monitor. The
STOP indicator will light. (CAM MENU ON)
@8 Function buttons (F1, F2)
Provide access to camera attributes and operating
functions.
F1: Reserved for future use.
F2: Pressing this button will select the mode for controlling selected camera functions (CAM FUNC).
@9 Group Sequence button (GROUP SEQ)
In combination with the numeric buttons, runs a Group
Sequence on the assigned monitors.
Pressing GROUP SEQ will restart a forward sequence
from the next step that was previously paused by
pressing the PAUSE button.
#0 Tour Sequence button (TOUR SEQ)
In combination with the numeric buttons, runs a Tour
Sequence on the active monitor.
Pressing TOUR SEQ will restart a forward sequence
from the next step that was previously paused by
pressing the PAUSE button.
#1 OSD (On Screen Display) button (OSD)
Displays or hide some of the information on the screen
of the selected monitor. Press the numeric buttons
shown below, then press the OSD button.
1:
2:
3:
5:
6:
Clock Display (T&D)
Camera Title Display (CAM ID)
General Status Display (GEN)
Monitor Status Display (MON STATUS)
All Displays except clock (ALL)
#2 Monitor/Monitor Lock/OSD service button
(MONITOR/OSD SERVICE), Lock indicator (LOCK)
Selects a monitor by entering a monitor number with the
numeric buttons, and then pressing this button.
To lock or unlock the currently selected monitor, press
this button while holding down the SHIFT button. While
the LOCK indicator is lit, other operators will be barred
from accessing the monitor.
To access OSD service, press the numeric buttons
shown below, then press this button.
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
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ALMS, Alarm status
VLDS, Video loss detection status
SYS S, System status
ALM H, Alarm history
VLDH, Video loss detection history
INSTALLATIONS (For System 850)
CAUTION
The installation should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers according to the following instructions.
■ System Connections
● Connection Example
The connection example shows a large-scale system having a number of cameras, alarm sensors, monitors and so forth connected to the System 850 Matrix Switcher.
The System Controller WV-CU360C provides major operating functions to control the system.
Cameras
Combination Cameras
Sensors
System 850
Matrix Switcher
Video Monitors
Time Lapse VCRs
Syste
m Co
ntro
ller
OPERATE
LINK
ALARM
ARARM
ACK
RESET
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360C
OPERATE
LINK
ALARM
ARARM
ACK
RESET
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
For Matrix Switcher (System 850)
PREV
CAM ID
GEN
AUX1 OFF
ALM S
AUX1 ON
VLD S
MDN STATUS
WIPER
SYS S
ALL
AUX2 OFF
ALM H
AUX2 ON
VLD H
DEF OFF
DEF ON
NEXT
S-CTL ID
PAUSE
F1
CAM MENU OFF
GROUP
SEQ
F2
OSD
STOP
CAM MENU ON
TOUR
SEQ
CLOSE
UP
IRIS RESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
ALL RESET
DISARM
FOCUS
GROUP PRESET
PREV
CAM ID
GEN
AUX1 OFF
ALM S
AUX1 ON
VLD S
MDN STATUS
WIPER
SYS S
ALL
AUX2 OFF
ALM H
AUX2 ON
VLD H
DEF OFF
DEF ON
NEXT
R
S-CTL ID
LOG OUT
PAUSE
F1
CAM MENU OFF
GROUP
SEQ
F2
OSD
TELE
STOP
CAM MENU ON
TOUR
SEQ
UP
FOCUS
NEAR
OPE ID
L
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
L
CALL
PRESET
ZOOM
WIDE
OPEN
IRIS RESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
CALL
PRESET
IRIS
OPEN
NEAR
OPE ID
LOG OUT
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
ALL RESET
DISARM
GROUP PRESET
CAM FUNC
LOCK
OSD SERVICE
OPERATE
LINK
ALARM
ARARM
ACK
RESET
BLK
SHIFT
MONITOR
CLEAR
(ESC)
CAMERA
(ENTER)
EXIT
AUTO
PAN
CAMERA
TELE
BUSY
DOWN
CAM FUNC
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360C
MONITOR
LOCK
OSD SERVICE
OPERATE
LINK
ALARM
ARARM
ACK
RESET
BLK
SHIFT
MONITOR
CLEAR
(ESC)
CAMERA
(ENTER)
EXIT
AUTO
PAN
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
For Matrix Switcher (System 850)
GROUP PRESET
PREV
CAM ID
GEN
AUX1 OFF
ALM S
AUX1 ON
VLD S
MDN STATUS
WIPER
SYS S
ALL
AUX2 OFF
ALM H
AUX2 ON
VLD H
DEF OFF
DEF ON
SHIFT
BLK
NEXT
S-CTL ID
PAUSE
F1
CAM MENU OFF
GROUP
SEQ
STOP
CAM MENU ON
TOUR
SEQ
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
CLOSE
UP
IRIS RESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
ALL RESET
DISARM
FOCUS
GROUP PRESET
PREV
CAM ID
GEN
AUX1 OFF
ALM S
AUX1 ON
VLD S
MDN STATUS
WIPER
SYS S
ALL
AUX2 OFF
ALM H
AUX2 ON
VLD H
DEF OFF
DEF ON
SHIFT
BLK
NEXT
R
S-CTL ID
LOG OUT
PAUSE
F1
CAM MENU OFF
GROUP
SEQ
STOP
TELE
CAM MENU ON
TOUR
SEQ
F2
OSD
MONITOR
LOCK
OSD SERVICE
CLEAR
(ESC)
CAMERA
(ENTER)
EXIT
AUTO
PAN
L
R
ZOOM
WIDE
TELE
DOWN
F2
CAM FUNC
System Controllers
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FAR
AUTO FOCUS
CALL
PRESET
DOWN
CAM FUNC
UP
FOCUS
NEAR
OPE ID
L
ZOOM
WIDE
OPEN
IRIS RESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
CALL
PRESET
IRIS
OPEN
NEAR
OPE ID
LOG OUT
360C
For Matrix Switcher (System 850)
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
CLOSE
ALL RESET
DISARM
R
ZOOM
WIDE
DOWN
MONITOR
360C
For Matrix Switcher (System 850)
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
CLOSE
OSD
MONITOR
LOCK
OSD SERVICE
CLEAR
(ESC)
CAMERA
(ENTER)
EXIT
AUTO
PAN
WU-
CU
850
● DATA Port Connection
Data ports are connected with RS-485 cables among devices using Camera Communication protocol as follows.
Note: When using cables other than those supplied, make sure to use shielded 4-wire twisted pair cable suitable for RS-485
communication.
• Internal Diagram
1
6
No.
Data Flow
Name
No.
1
–
GND
1
2
Main CPU ← WV-CU360C
TX(B)
2
3
Main CPU ← WV-CU360C
TX(A)
3
4
Main CPU → WV-CU360C
RX(B)
4
5
Main CPU → WV-CU360C
RX(A)
5
6
–
GND
6
TX (B)
Controller end
1
TX (A)
RX (B)
RX (A)
6
• Basic Connection
78
78
456
456
DATA
DC 9V IN
CONTROLLER No. MODE
DATA
DC 9V IN
CONTROLLER No. MODE
78
78
456
SYSTEM
(RS–485)
CONTROLLER
DATA 6
DATA 5
DATA 4
DATA 3
DATA 2
DATA 1
125V 3.0A
PERIFERAL INTERFACE (RS–232C)
3
2
1
REDUNDANT SATELLITE
CPU
MODE
NO
PARALLEL
YES
STANDALONE
SATELLITE
SIGNAL
GND
Main CPU
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DATA
DC 9V IN
456
Central Processing Unit
CAMERA
CROSS POINT
OSD
DC 9V IN
23
ETHERNET
SYSTEM
CONTROLLER
DATA
901
23
901
CONTROLLER No. MODE
23
901
23
901
CONTROLLER No. MODE
AC IN
■ DIP Switch Setting
An 8-bit DIP switch mounted on the rear panel specifies communication mode, etc. The default position is marked with an
asterisk *.
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23
901
456
CONTROLLER No. MODE
DATA
DC 9V IN
SW position
Function
OFF
ON
Bit 1
System ID
*
See below
Bit 2
System ID
*
See below
Bit 3
System ID
*
See below
Bit 4
Reserved
*
Not used
Bit 5
Line termination
Off
On*
Bit 6
Operation mode
Operator*
Administrator
Bit 7
Baud Rate Selection
Auto-selection*
Set up from CU360
Bit 8
Repeat Transmissions
1 time*
3 times
■ Controller Number Setting
● Switch Setting Procedures
Set this switch always to 1 when using the System
Controller in a System 850.
Set the MODE DIP switch and CONTROLLER NO. switch as
follows.
1. Remove the DC plug from the rear of the controller.
2. Set the switches as follows.
OFF
456
78
23
901
ON
CONTROLLER No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MODE
•
•
•
•
•
Bit 1 should be set to OFF*.
Bit 2 should be set to ON.
Bit 3 should be set to OFF*.
Bit 4 should be set to OFF*.
Bit 5 should be set to ON* when connecting with a
System 850 in a home run (one to one) fashion.
• Bit 6 should be set to OFF* (Operator) normally, or ON
(Administrator) when setting up the controller.
• Bit 7 should be set to ON. The baud rate is selected in
the controller setup.
• Bit 8 should be set to OFF* normally.
3. Connect the DC plug to the controller.
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SETUP PROCEDURES (For System 850)
To display the setup menus for the WV-CU360C System Controller on the LED display, set the MODE switch and power up the
controller as described below.
■ Prior to Setup
■ Buttons and Controls used for Setup
Do the following before entering the setup mode.
The following buttons and joystick operations are used for
setup.
1. Confirm that all necessary connections and switch settings are complete.
2. With the power turned off, move bit #6 of the MODE
switch on the rear to ON (administrator) position.
0
3. Supply power to the controller.
9
CAMERA
(ENTER)
4. Turn on the power of cameras and other system units.
AUTO
PAN
5. The LCD displays [SEtUP]. The controller is ready to
enter the setup mode.
CLEAR
(ESC)
Numeric buttons: To select a parameter
CAM (ENTER) button: To execute modes
and parameters
To enter a submenu
CLEAR (ESC) button: To return to the previous menu
EXIT
Operator mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
1
2
MODE
3
4
5
6
7
8
L
MODE
R
Up: To select a setup menu
DOWN
UP
Administrator mode
L
R
Down: To select a setup menu
UP
R
Left: To decrease the parameter
DC 9V IN
DOWN
UP
L
R
DOWN
When setup is completed, restore the switch to its original
position.
1. With the power turned off, move bit #6 of the MODE
switch on the rear to OFF (operator) position.
2. Supply the power to the controller.
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Right: To increase the parameter
■ Setup Procedures
Set up the baud rate and parity check mode for the controller while observing the LED on the front panel.
Setup Menus
Menu
Selection
LED Display
Reading
Parameter Selection (default*)
Function
CAM
Initial
Display
Setup
SET
No
Administrator
Password
Prompt
OK
Enter a 5-digit password,
press CAM
(12345*)
Authorization
blinking
Move Joystick
UP and down
to select
L
SET
Speed
Press
twice
Baud Rate
(bps)
CAM
R
(1) 2 400 (2) 4 800 (3) 9 600*
(4) 19 200
SET
MON
DOWN
UP
L
LED prompts you to enter password
Parity
Parity Check
(1) None* (2) Even
R
ESC
● Administrator Authorization
1. Press the CAMERA (ENTER) button while [SEtUP] is
displayed. The [- - - - -] prompt appears.
2. Enter a password using the numeric buttons, then press
the CAMERA (ENTER) button.
The default setting is [12345].
3. If the password entered is valid, [SPEED] appears. If
password entry failed, the menu returns to [SEtUP].
Note: Selecting a slower rate (e.g., 2 400 bps) will
delay the response time (e.g., the time until an activated alarm is reset).
3. Press the CAMERA (ENTER) button to validate the
selection.
4. Press the CLEAR(ESC) button to return to the [SPEED]
menu.
● Parity
● Baud Rate
In this menu, the communication speed (bps: bits per second) is selected. The communication speed should match
that of the WJ-SX850.
1. Display [SPEED], and press the CAMERA (ENTER)
button twice.
2. Select a parameter entering a bracket-enclosed number, e.g., (3), moving the joystick.
The default setting is 9 600 bps.
(1) 2 400: 2 400 bps
(2) 4 800: 4 800 bps
(3) 9 600: 9 600 bps
(4) 19 200: 19 200 bps
In this menu, the parity check mode is selected.
1. Display [PrtY] and press the CAMERA (ENTER) button
twice.
2. Select a parameter with the joystick.
The default setting is None.
n: None
E: Even parity
3. Press the CAMERA (ENTER) button to validate the
selection.
4. Press the CLEAR(ESC) button to return to the [SPEED]
menu.
Note: The baud rate and parity check mode of the WJSX850 and the controller must be the same, otherwise
data communications will not function.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES (For System 850)
Note: This section describes only some important operations such as login, logout, and different operations from the front
panel of the System 850. Please refer to the manual included with the System 850 for further information on camera
selection, monitor selection and so forth.
■ Login & Logout
● Login
1. Turn on the power switches of all system components.
1
2. Turn on the power of the WV-CU360C System Controller
by connecting the AC adapter to the AC outlet.
The OPERATE indicator lights up and “NO USER” will
appear on the LED display of the System Controller.
CAM ID
GEN
2
3
AUX1 OFF AUX1 ON
4
PROGRAM
PRESET
WIPER
MON STATUS
ALL
5
6
CALL
PRESET
AUX2 OFF AUX2 ON
7
8
DEF OFF
DEF ON
9
CLEAR
(ESC)
SHIFT
CAMERA
(ENTER)
0
3. Enter your registered Operator ID number (up to 5 digits) using the numeric buttons, then press the [CAMERA (ENTER)] button. The underline appears on the
LED display.
CAM ID
1
2
AUX1 OFF AUX1 ON
4
GEN
AUTO
PAN
Note: If login has failed (operator or password error), the
PROHIBITED indicator on the controller will light up and
“NO ACCESS” will blink on the LED display for about 3
seconds. Then the login procedure returns to the start.
PROGRAM
PRESET
3
WIPER
MON STATUS
ALL
5
6
CALL
PRESET
● Logout
AUX2 OFF AUX2 ON
7
8
DEF OFF
DEF ON
CLEAR
(ESC)
SHIFT
1. While holding down the LOG OUT button, press the
[CAMERA (ENTER)] button .
9
CAMERA
(ENTER)
“NO USER” is displayed on the LED display.
0
AUTO
PAN
4. Enter your registered Password (up to 5 digits) using
the numeric buttons, then press the [CAMERA
(ENTER)] button.
If the operator ID and password entered are valid, the
LED will display “READY”.
LOG OUT
CAMERA
(ENTER)
AUTO
PAN
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Appendix
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SPECIFICATIONS
<Controller>
Power Source:
Data Output/Input Port:
Switching Functions :
Controller Number
Unit Address Selection:
Monitor Number Selection:
Camera Number Selection:
Lens Functions:
Housing:
Pan/Tilt:
Other Camera Controls:
System Operation:
Ambient Operating Temperature:
Ambient Operating Humidity:
Dimensions:
Weight:
<AC Adapter>
Input
Power Source:
Power Consumption:
Output
Power Source:
Power Consumption:
9 V DC, 400 mA (Use the supplied AC Adapter only)
6-conductor modular jack (RS-485, Full Duplex) x2
Camera selection, Monitor Selection/Sequence
Switching of Live and Playback/Changing the Multiscreen Picture Layout/
Still/Electronic Zoom/Sequence (available for WJ-FS309/316/409/416/616/
616C)
1-8 (Rotary Switch)
1-99 (for PS • Data), 1-16 (WJ-FS616/616C)
1-99 (for PS • Data)
1-199 (for PS • Data)
Iris: Open/Close/Preset (only with DC control lens)
Focus: Near/Far/Auto Focus
Zoom: Wide/Tele
Defroster: On/Off
Wiper: On/Off
Auxiliary 1: On/Off
Auxiliary 2: On/Off
Manual Pan: Right/Left
Manual Tilt: Up/Down
Auto Pan, Auto Sort, Auto Sequence, Random Pan, Preset Position, Home
Position, Camera Patrol
Camera Setup
Camera Function
Alarm (Display/Suspend/Recall/Reset)
Setup
–10˚C - +50˚C (14˚F - 122˚F)
Less than 90 %
300 (W) mm x 74 (H) mm x 177 (D) mm
[11-13/16” (W) x 2-15/16” (H) x 6 15/16” (D)]
1.3 kg (2.9 lbs.)
120 V AC, 60 Hz
10 W
9 V DC
400 mA
Dimensions and weight are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
AC Adapter ......................................................................1 pc
6-conductor Modular Cable Assembly ............................1 pc
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Panel Template for WJ-FS616/616C ................................1 pc
Panel Template for WJ-SX350 .........................................1 pc
Panel Template for System 850 .......................................1 pc
ALL RESET
The System Controller WV-CU360C can be reset to the
default settings.
1. Remove the DC plug of the AC adapter from the controller.
2. While pressing numeric buttons 2, 4 and 6 simultaneously, plug in the DC plug.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
HOME
PRESET
0
3. When all indicators light up, resetting is completed.
ESC
SET
PROGRAM
PRESET
Note: Keep the DC plug connected to the controller
until the reset procedure is completed.
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