Optiflex Reference Guide

Optiflex Reference Guide
1. 1361 Transformer – Wired to AD12612 12VDC
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power supply
2. AD12612 12VDC – Power supply wired to Optiflex +12V
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and GND inputs
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3. Vista Control Panel – May be integrated with Optiflex
via keypad bus
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4. Reset Buttons – Press and hold both to reset
5. Voltage Triggers – Up to eight 12VDC triggers may be
connected for video captures
6. Camera Status LEDs – Six LEDs corresponding to
camera inputs, on = camera detected (see Installation
Guide page 4-1 for additional details).
7. Opticoax-1 – May be used to convert coax cable
to an RJ45. *Low power 12VDC camera may be powered
from red and black flying leads.
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8. Opticoax-3 – Used to connect three coax cables to
RJ45 inputs
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9. Opticam-CC12 – CCD camera allowing power and video via RJ45 Connector
10. Network Status LEDs – On when Ethernet link is detected (see Installation
Guide page 4-1 for additional details).
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11. 10baseT Ethernet – Connect to broadband access
*Power Leads
12. Local or Remote Look-In – See reverse for communication instructions
13. DIP Switches – Used to select NTSC output configuration
Opticam
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14. Symphony Keypad (8132/8132i) – May be used in conjunction with select Vista
Control Panels for local video display
15. Composite Video Output – NTSC output using BNC cable
16. MAC ID – Used to uniquely identify the unit for communication purposes
— See other side for additional information —
For additional information, please call 1-800-467-5875
or visit www.security.honeywell.com/hsce
Make sure all system grounds are connected together.
Connect cameras to Optiflex prior to applying power.
Program Vista Control Panel to use Device Address 12 as 4204 Relay
to trigger up to 19 video captures (see page 2-1 of Installation and
Setup Guide).
Optiflex does not require manipulating of firewalls.
Symphony touchscreens (8132/8132i) may be used to view Optiflex
video. A separate Ethernet connection is required. Setup video options
on the Symphony (see Optiflex Installation and Setup Guide page 3-1).
Go to the address below to download free Optiflex Direct application
http://www.security.honeywell.com/hsce/solutions/video/optiflex/index.html
Voltage triggers – 19 video captures may be stored (see table on page
2-1 of Installation and Setup Guide).
Opticoax-1 – Connect NTSC camera via coax to Opticoax-1. Use
CAT-5 cable to connect Opticoax-1 to Optiflex. Separate power must
be supplied to camera.
Opticoax-3 – Used to connect three NTSC cameras to three Optiflex
camera inputs by converting coax to RJ45. Use CAT-5 cable to connect
Opticoax-3 to Optiflex. Separate power must be supplied to camera.
• Remote viewing service requires a monthly fee.
• A Symphony data services account is required.
• Add Optiflex MAC ID number in the account’s device section. A label
on Optiflex pc board contains unique MAC ID number. The MAC ID
number can also be obtained by using Optiflex Direct or
Symphony keypad.
• Once a Symphony data services account has been established
Optiflex may be viewed from any remote PC by going to the internet
address: http://symphony.alarmnet.com/
• Select Optiflex Connect tab and login using assigned user name
and password.
Use BNC cable to connect to NTSC monitor input or video input of
television. Use amplifier splitter to connect to multiple devices.
CAT-5 wire runs should avoid AC power lines, fluorescent lighting or
dimmer switches (see camera installation instructions for additional
information).
L/OPFLXDGM/D
©2005 Honeywell International Inc.
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