American Dynamics AD1024 Security Camera User Manual

Model AD1024
MegaPower II
Matrix Switching Bays
Installation and Operating Instructions
This manual describes the installation and operating procedures for the American Dynamics model AD1024 Matrix Switching
System Bays. The AD1024 MegaPower II is designed as an integrated matrix switching and control system for CCTV
surveillance systems having multiple cameras, multiple monitors, and multiple control stations. The AD1024 Systems consist of
a matrix switching bay, its power supply module, a data receiver/buffer module, the required video input modules (VIM), video
output modules (VOM), and appropriate rear panels.
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purchaser under a license for use on a single system.
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DYNAMICS
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INSTALLATION AND SERVICE
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CONTENTS
Page
General Description .........................................................................1
System Modules Description
Power Supply Module 2010PS ..................................................2
Data Buffer Module 2010DB.....................................................4
Video Loss Detection Data Buffer 2010DBVL .........................6
Video Input Module 2016AVIM ................................................8
Video Output Module 2024VOM ..............................................9
Master Date Time Module 2024MDT .....................................10
Installation
Power Sources..........................................................................11
Mounting..................................................................................11
Connections..............................................................................11
Setup
Data Buffer Module .................................................................12
Video Loss Detector Data Buffer.............................................13
Video Input Module .................................................................14
Video Output Module ..............................................................16
Power Supply Module..............................................................18
Powering Up
Powering the Matrix Bay .........................................................19
CONTENTS
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System Configurations
Level 1 Systems
Level 1 - 256 X 16, One Bay with No Titles .....................20
Level 1 - 192 X 16, One Bay System ................................21
Level 1 - 448 X 16, Two Bay System ................................22
Level 1 - 704 X 16, Three Bay System..............................23
Level 1 - 960 X 16, Four Bay System ...............................24
Level 1 - 1024 X 16, Five Bay System..............................25
Level 2 Systems
Level 2 - 64 X 32, One Bay System ..................................27
Level 2 - 192 X 32, Two Bay System ................................28
Level 2 - 320 X 32, Three Bay System..............................29
Level 2 - 448 X 32, Four Bay System ...............................30
Level 2 - 704 X 32, Six Bay System..................................31
Level 2 - 960 X 32, Eight Bay System ..............................32
Level 2 - 1024 X 32, Nine Bay System .............................34
Level 3 Systems
Level 3 - 192 X 48, Three Bay System..............................36
Level 3 - 256 X 48, Four Bay System ...............................37
Level 3 - 448 X 48, Six Bay System..................................38
Level 3 - 512 X 48, Seven Bay System .............................39
Level 3 - 704 X 48, Nine Bay System ...............................40
Level 3 - 768 X 48, Ten Bay System .................................42
Level 3 - 960 X 48, Twelve Bay System ...........................44
Level 3 - 1024 X 48, Fourteen Bay System.......................46
ADULP Looping Panel............................................................48
Appendix
Level 1 Interconnect Drawings.......................................A1 - A5
Level 2 Interconnect Drawings.....................................A6 - A11
Level 3 Interconnect Drawings...................................A12 - A16
Level 8 Interconnect Drawings .............................................A17
Video Loss Detector Connections...............................A18 - A21
Video Buffer Interconnection................................................A22
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
The MegaPower II AD1024 Switcher/Control System is an
integrated matrix switching and control system for CCTV
surveillance systems. It is capable of controlling up to 1024
video input sources such as cameras, and 128 video outputs
such as monitors and video tape recorders.
The following separate units may be connected to the AD1024
system for added capabilities. For specific information, refer
to the respective data sheets.
The AD1024 system consists of a matrix switching bay, its
power supply module, a data receiver/buffer module, the
required video input modules (VIM), video output modules
(VOM), and appropriate rear panels. All AD1024 systems are
controlled with a separate central processing unit (CPU) and
keyboard.
The 2091 provides 64 control-code outputs for control of 1640
and 1680 Series Receivers actuating pan/tilt; lens zoom, focus,
and iris; and auxiliaries at suitably-equipped camera sites.
2091 Control Code Generator/Distributor
2031 Switcher/Follower,
2032 Alarm Responder,
2033 Auxiliary Follower
AD1024 Switcher/Control Systems are supplied as completely
configured switching bays. Only the bay interconnections, the
CPU connections, the video input and output connections, and
any optional accessory connections need be made prior to
operation. The AD1024 system, as delivered, is a complete
system with all inputs terminated in 75 ohms. Each bay is
packed in a separate shipping carton labeled with the AD1024
bay assembly number on the outside of the carton.
The 2030 Series Followers switch external circuits when
designated cameras are called to designated monitors (2031),
when designated monitors are in alarm conditions (2032), or
when designated auxiliaries are called up or designated
cameras are alarmed (2033).
ADULP Looping Panel
Matrix Switching Bay
The ADULP Looping Panel is used to facilitate the looping of
video signals for the AD1024 system from external inputs or to
external devices such as time-lapse video recorders, switchers,
monitors, etc.
The 2010R and 2020R switching bays include the physical
chassis, a back plane, a power supply module, and a data
receiver. Each bay has the capability of looping the DATA
LINE input and looping an external vertical synchronization
pulse to other bays. Each bay also accommodates a
combination of video input modules and video output modules,
up to a total of 16 modules.
Other Switcher/Control System Accessories
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Power: 50 watts (full system)
Size:
10-1/2” height. Full-width 19” rack mount
Weight: 60 lbs. (28 kg) (full system)
CPU (Central Processing Unit)
The CPU for the AD1024 system is a separate rack-mounted
unit that includes its own power supply, system software, ten
RS-232 ports, a system diagnostic monitor output, and two
DATA LINE outputs. These DATA LINE outputs distribute
high speed data control signals to the AD1024 matrix
switching bays and optional accessories.
1640 and 1680 Series Receivers
1670 and 2078 Series Keyboards
1680MG Manchester Generator
1683 Control Code/PSK Modem
1981 Port Expander
2081 Port Expander
1983 Code Converter
2083 Code Translators
2096 Alarm Interface Unit
1985A Hot Switch
IF YOU ENCOUNTER ANY PROBLEMS
OPERATING THIS UNIT, OR NEED ASSISTANCE,
CALL OUR TECHNICAL SUPPORT CENTER AT:
within the United States: 1-800-442-2225
outside the United States: (845) 624-7600
AD1024 Central Processing Unit
Power: 4 watts
Size:
1.75” height. Full-width 19” rack mount
Weight: 10 lbs. (4.5 kg)
This installation should be made by qualified service personnel
and should conform to all local codes. Safeguards must be
taken to avoid unintentional operation by employees and
maintenance personnel working about the premises, by falling
objects, by customers, by building vibration, and by similar
causes.
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SYSTEM MODULES DESCRIPTION
SYSTEM MODULES
The following pages describe the plug-in modules available for
AD1024 switching bays. These include:
Power Supply Module, 2010PS
Data Buffer Module, 2010DB
Video Loss Detection Data Buffer Module, 2010DBVL
Video Input Module, 2016AVIM
Video Output Module, 2024VOM
Master Date Time Module, 2024MDT
SET UP
NORMAL
1
2
SYNC
LOSS
3
Power Supply Module - 2010PS
EXT V-DRIVE
EXT CAM
The power supply module for the matrix switching bay
converts AC power to the necessary DC voltages which are
supplied to all the modules in the switching bay.
AC LINE
4
Front Panel
PHASE
Figure 1 illustrates the features described below.
5
1- SYNC TEST ON/OFF LED: This red LED is illuminated
when the SET UP/NORMAL switch (below) is in the SET
UP position.
+9VDC
-9VDC
6
2- SET UP/NORMAL SWITCH: When set to the SET UP
position, this switch implements sync test and adjustment.
(See Power Supply Setup, page 18.)
3- SYNC LOSS LED: This red LED is off if video sync is
locked. When illuminated, it indicates that sync is not
locked due either to a poor sync signal, no sync signal, or
the wrong sync signal (as determined by the setting of the
sync selection switch below).
7
4- SYNC REFERENCE SELECTION SWITCH: This
switch selects one of three video sync references:
Figure 1 - Front Panel of Power Supply Module
Fusing: Four replaceable fuses are located on the power
supply circuit board. Replacement fuses must meet national
and local use code requirements.
EXT V-DRIVE (Up position): Selects the external vertical
drive pulse input on the rear panel (EXT SYNC IN).
EXT CAM (Center position): Selects composite video.
Fuse Ratings:
AC LINE (Down position): Selects the AC line (as
supplied).
For 120VAC Systems:
F1: 125V, 5 AMP, 5 x 20 mm
F2: 125V, 5 AMP, 5 x 20 mm
F3: 250V, SB, 0.5 AMP, 5 x 20 mm, UL listed
F4: 250V, SB, 0.5 AMP, 5 x 20 mm, UL listed
5- SYNC PHASE ADJUSTMENT: This potentiometer,
accessed thru the hole in the front panel of the Power
Supply, adjusts the phase of the sync pulse with respect to
the selected reference. When the sync test switch is set to
SET UP, a horizontal trace line is displayed on Monitor 1,
showing the location of the sync pulse with respect to the
picture. (See Power Supply Setup, page 18.)
For 230VAC CE Compliant Systems:
F1: 250V, T, 3.15 AMP, 5 x 20 mm
F2: 250V, T, 3.15 AMP, 5 x 20 mm
6- +9 VDC AND -9 VDC LED's: These green LED's, when
illuminated, indicate the presence of DC voltages (Note: For
the 230 VAC systems, the output voltages are +/-8 VDC).
For 230VAC Non-CE Compliant Systems:
F1: 125V, 5 AMP, 5 x 20 mm
F2: 125V, 5 AMP, 5 x 20 mm
F3: 250V, T, 0.25 AMP, 5 x20 mm
F4: 250V, T, 0.25 AMP, 5 x 20 mm
7- POWER ON/OFF SWITCH: This switch is used to apply
power to the bay. When the switch is in the ON position, a
green light is illuminated behind the Power On/Off Switch.
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SYSTEM MODULES DESCRIPTION
Power Supply Module - Rear Panel
Figure 2 is the illustration associated with the features
described below.
8- SERIAL # TAG: Serial number assigned to this AD1024
switching bay.
Model: AD2010
9- DATA LINE IN: Input for DATA LINE.
8
S/N:
9
IN
XXXXX
10- DATA LINE OUT: Looping output for DATA LINE.
This line must be terminated with a 75-ohm terminator.
11- EXTERNAL SYNC IN: Input for external vertical
synchronous pulse, either camera sync or an externally
created sync pulse.
12- EXTERNAL SYNC OUT: Looping output for EXT
SYNC. This line must be terminated with a 75-ohm
terminator.
DATA LINE
10
OUT
11
IN
EXT
SYNC
12
OUT
120 V
60 Hz
Figure 2 - Rear Panel of Power Supply Module
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SYSTEM MODULES DESCRIPTION
Data Buffer Module - 2010DB
Icon Definition: The
is the video/interconnect symbol
for connecting switched video among the matrix switching
bays.
The Data Buffer Module serves a dual purpose. First, it
distributes switched video, from the bay's Video Input
Modules, to other bays in multiple bay systems. The video
observed from these outputs contain no character information,
only standard video.
Switched video inputs from cameras 1 to 256.
Switched video inputs from cameras 257 to 512.
The second purpose of the Data Buffer is to filter incoming
system information from the DATA LINE. Filtering is
performed to allow for the passage of localized information.
Switched video inputs from cameras 513 to 768.
Switched video inputs from cameras 769 to 1024.
The 2010DB rear panel has 16 video output BNC's for
connection to Video Output Modules in other switching bays.
The illustrations in Figures 3 through 8 show the various types
of rear panels of the Data Buffer module.
See Appendix Figure A22 for illustration of interconnection
from these modules to the Video Output Modules.
1
Output 1
Output 1
O
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T
E
S
T
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X
P
A
N
S
I
O
N
4
5
8
Output 8
9
8
Output 8
9
O
U
T
1
2
O
N
L
Y
1
3
16
Figure 3
2010DB-00
Rear Panel
1
Output 16
Figure 4
2010DB-01
Rear Panel w/ 16 BNCs
Camera Card Bay
(No Monitor Modules)
4
1
6
Output 16
Figure 5
2010DB-11 to 2010DB- 18
Rear Panel w/ 16 BNCs
Multiple-Bay System
for cameras 1-256
SYSTEM MODULES DESCRIPTION
Data Buffer Module - 2010DB (continued)
1
1
Output 1
Output 1
1
4
4
4
5
5
5
8
Output 8
8
Output 8
8
9
9
9
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
6
1
6
Output 16
Figure 6
2010DB-21 to 2010DB-28
Rear Panel w/ 16 BNCs
Multiple-Bay System
for cameras 257-512
Output 16
Figure 7
2010DB-31 to 2010DB-38
Rear Panel w/ 16 BNCs
Multiple-Bay System
for cameras 513-768
5
1
6
Output 1
Output 8
Output 16
Figure 8
2010DB-41 to 2010DB-48
Rear Panel w/ 16 BNCs
Multiple-Bay System
for cameras 769-1024
SYSTEM MODULES DESCRIPTION
Video Loss Detection Data Buffer Module - 2010DBVL
Rear Panels
The Video Loss Detector Data Buffer Module provides the
same capabilities as the 2010DB Data Buffer Module, with one
significant addition. First, it distributes switched input video,
with no character information, to multiple bay systems. It also
filters incoming information from the DATA LINE to allow for
the passage of localized information.
The 2010DBVL rear panel has 15 video output BNC's for
connection to Video Output Modules, and one 8-pin, RJ45 RS232 connector for Video Loss Detection data output and Alarm
Contact output to an Alarm Interface Unit. Figures 9 through
15 show the various types of rear panels of the Video Loss
Detector Data Buffer module.
The additional function of this module is to detect the presence
of a video signal for each camera input. Each module can
detect video loss for a maximum of 256 cameras. For a full
matrix switching system of 1024 cameras, four 2010DBVL
modules are required, one for each block of 256 cameras.
Icon Definition: The
icons on the rear panels are the
video/interconnect symbol for connecting switched video
among the matrix switching bays.
Switched video inputs from cameras 1 to 256.
Switched video inputs from cameras 257 to 512.
The 2010DBVL module must be placed in the matrix
switching bay that is connected to the highest numbered
monitor output, and this bay must contain Video Input
Modules. The 2010DBVL cannot be used in a switching bay
that does not include Video Input Modules.
Switched video inputs from cameras 513 to 768.
Switched video inputs from cameras 769 to 1024.
Front Panel
See Appendix Figure A22 for illustration of interconnection
from these modules to the Video Output Modules.
The front panel of the 2010DBVL provides indicator LED's
that illuminate if a video or sync loss is detected, and indicate
the SYNC and VIDEO content of the video input signal being
monitored. See Figure 9 for location of these LED's.
ALARM
1
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E
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T
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X
P
A
N
S
I
O
N
indicates Video or Sync Loss
SYNC
indicates Sync present
VIDEO
LEVEL
H
M
indicates High video content
O
U
T
8
9
O
U
T
O
N
L
Y
indicated Medium video content
L
indicates Low video content
1
5
Figure 10
2010DBVL-00
Rear Panel
Figure 9
2010DBVL Front Panel LED Indicators
6
Figure 11
2010DBVL-01 Rear Panel
Camera Card Bay
(No Monitor Modules)
SYSTEM MODULES DESCRIPTION
All American Dynamics equipment is configured as RS-232
DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) devices. For DTE-to-DTE
connection to the 2010DBVL Terminal Box:
When a video loss is detected, a video loss message is
transmitted from the 2010DBVL via the RJ45 connector RS232 pins. An alarm contact is also provided by pins 1 and 2 of
this connector. The connector pin definitions are as follows.
- the XMIT pin of the 1996 port is connected to RCD (pin
4) of the 2010DBVL Terminal Box.
- the RCD pin of the 1996 port is connected to XMIT (pin
5) of the 2010DBVL Terminal Box.
- the Ground of the 1996 port is connected to GND (pin 7)
of the 2010DBVL Terminal Box.
RJ45 Connector Pin Definitions
Pin
1
2
4
5
7
Function (RS-232 Code)
Alarm Contact Output
Alarm Ground
Receive Data (RCD)
Transmit Data (XMIT)
Ground (GND)
Pins 1 and 2 provide a logic-level alarm closure, in accordance
with the Alarm Contact mode set for the module (see page 13).
These pins are connected to the alarm contact inputs of a 2096
Alarm Interface Unit, pin 1 to “A” input and pin 2 to ground.
The RS-232 pins are connected to an RS-232 port, on the
AD1024 CPU, which is set for VIDEO LOSS use. The RS232 port can be connected using the supplied modularcable. if
the distance between the 2010DBVL and the CPU is less than
7 feet.
Where multiple 2010DBVL modules are used, 1981 or 2081
port expanders are used to connect these modules to the
AD1024 CPU. The 2010DBVL-1x module must be connected
If the distance exceeds 7 feet, or if the Alarm Contact output is
to port A of the 1981, 2010DBVL-2x to port B, 2010DBVL-3x
used, an 8-pin Terminal Box is provided for
to port C, and 2010DBVL-4x to port D. Video loss detection
connections. The Terminal Box is connected to the
will not operate unless all modules are connected to the
2010DBVL RS-232 port with the supplied modular cable. The
AD1024 CPU.
maximum cable length between an RS-232 device and the
Terminal Box is 1000 feet, using 18-AWG shielded, computer
Typical connections of the 2010DBVL module are illustrated
grade cable.
in the Appendix, Figures A18 to A21.
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
1
2
1
2
1
3
1
2
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
5
1
5
1
5
1
5
1
2
Figure 12
2010DBVL-11 to -18
Multiple-Bay System
for cameras 1-256
Figure 13
2010DBVL-21 to -28
Multiple-Bay System
for cameras 257-512
Figure 14
2010DBVL-31 to -38
Multiple-Bay System
for cameras 513-768
7
Figure 15
2010DBVL-41 to -48
Multiple-Bay System
for cameras 769-1024
SYSTEM MODULES DESCRIPTION
Video Input Modules - 2016AVIM
The 2016AVIM-1, as seen in Figure 16, has 16 BNC
connectors for video inputs. The number next to each BNC
reflects the actual input numbers.
The 2016AVIM performs the actual video switching in the
AD1024 switching bay. Each module can switch any one of
16 video inputs to any video output, or multiple combinations
of video outputs, up to 16. The 16 video inputs to the module
are connected at the rear panel associated with the video input
module. The switched video outputs are provided to the Video
Output Modules and the Data Buffer Module in the bay.
The 2016AVIM-2, as seen in Figure 17, has eight BNC
connectors for the upper group of eight video inputs and one
34-pin connector. The number next to the BNC reflects the
actual input numbers.
There are four different types of rear panels, shown below.
The third rear panel, 2016AVIM-3, as seen in Figure 18, has
eight BNC connectors for the lower group of eight cameras to
complete the larger group of 16 video inputs and two 34-pin
connectors. The number next to the BNC reflect the actual
input numbers.
Icon Definition: The following icon denotes video inputs.
The fourth type of rear panel, 2016AVIM-4, as seen in Figure
19, has only two 34-pin connectors. They are used for
expansion in multiple switching bay configurations.
1
Input 1
1
9
1
Input 8
8
16
16
4
5
8
9
1
2
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N
I
N
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1
3
1
6
Figure 16
2016AVIM-1
Input 16
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Figure 17
2016AVIM-2
Figure 18
2016AVIM-3
8
Figure 19
2016AVIM-4
SYSTEM MODULES DESCRIPTION
Video Output Module - 2024VOM
Rear Panels
The 2024VOM (Video Output Module) creates the titles that
are added to the video output. Each module has four video
outputs on its rear panel.
The 2024VOM-1 rear panel, as seen in Figure 21, has 16 BNC
connectors. The bottom four BNCs are video outputs while
the remaining upper three groups, each containing four BNCs,
are for video inputs from other matrix switching bays in the
system.
Front Panel
Front panel controls on the Video Output Module adjust the
brightness, vertical, and horizontal position for each title
displayed on each of the four video outputs. The 4-position
rotary switch on the front panel governs which output you
control. The front panel LED blinks to verify proper operation
of the 2024VOM. See Figure 20 below. Further details on
operation of these controls is provided in the Video Output
Module SETUP description, page 17.
The 2024VOM-2 rear panel, as seen in Figure 22, has four
sections of four BNCs for video inputs from other matrix
switching bays. A fifth section of four BNCs, in the lower left
corner, is used for video outputs.
1
1
4
4
1
1
4
4
1
1
4
4
Blinking LED for proper operation
D
.
.
A
H
V
B
4-position rotary switch
Horizontal control push button
Vertical control push button
Brightness control push button
1
1
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4
4
Figure 21
Video Output Module
2024VOM-1
Rear Panel
Figure 20
Video Output Module
Front Panel Indicators and Controls
9
1
4
Figure 22
Video Output Module
2024VOM-2
Rear Panel
SYSTEM MODULES DESCRIPTION
Master Date Time Module - 2024MDT
A
A
The 2024MDT Master Date Time Module provides looping
connection of the video input signals and insertion of system
time and date information on the video output connections.
These modules are used with dedicated inputs for dedicated
outputs, and do not perform any inter-bay switching.
B
B
The 2024MDT has four looping video inputs and four separate
video outputs with system time and date information.
C
Front Panel
C
The 2024MDT front panel controls the brightness, vertical, and
horizontal position for each title displayed on each of the four
video outputs. The 4-position rotary switch governs which
output is selected for control. The LED blinks to verify proper
operation of the 2024MDT. The front panel controls operate
identical to those on the 2024VOM module, see Figure 20 on
page 9. Further details on operation of these controls is
provided in the Video Output Module SETUP description,
page 17.
D
D
A
B
C
Rear Panels
D
The 2024MDT rear panel, shown in Figure 23, has 12 BNC
connectors and handles four separate video input channels: A,
B, C, and D. The bottom four BNC's are video outputs which
contain time and date information from the system Data Line
interface. The upper four groups of BNC's are for video inputs
from matrix switching bays and looping outputs to other video
equipment, such as VCR's. Each BNC pair in the upper groups
is an unterminated looping connection.
Figure 23
2024MDT Rear Panel
4 channels, looping inputs
4 channels, outputs
Video inputs to the 20204MDT module may be connected to
either of the input pair of BNC's for each input channel. If the
video is terminated in the 2024 module, and not looped to
additional equipment via the paired BNC, a 75-ohm
terminating cap must be connected to the paired input BNC.
75-ohm terminating caps are supplied for the looping BNC
connectors.
If any video input is looped to another video device, ensure
that the line is terminated properly in 75 ohms.
The video output connections from the bottom four BNC's on
each 2024 module must be terminated in 75 ohms.
Setup Switches
The 2024MDT module PCB card contains jumpers that are set
to identify the monitors that the video output is being directed
to. These are factory set for monitors one, two, three, and four.
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
Connections
Mounting
All system connections are made on the rear panels of the
system bays. Connections for several typical System
Configurations are described in pages 20 through 47. See the
Appendix for illustrations of various system connections.
Bays are manufactured for standard 19-inch rack mounting and
have a rack height of 10 1/2-inches, or one rack wide by 6
racks high. Bays must be installed with a minimum of 1 3/4inch clearance between each bay (one rack unit). It is the
responsibility of the installer to insure proper airflow around
the bays to provide adequate ventilation.
In multiple bay configurations, identify the various bays
carefully before mounting. In all multiple bay systems, place
the video inputs near the top of the racks.
Power Sources
System model AD1024R is configured for use with a 120VAC,
50/60 Hz primary power source. Model ADS1024RX is
configured for a 230VAC, 50/60 Hz primary power source.
All 120 V units are supplied with a pendant, 3-wire cord and
plug for mating to the primary source outlet. All 230 V units
are supplied with a Euro style IEC type inlet. A suitable
detachable cord should be connected between the IEC 320
inlet and the power source. The cord should conform to all
national and local use code requirements.
DO NOT PHYSICALLY CONNECT
EQUIPMENT TO THE POWER SOURCE UNTIL
"POWER UP"
PROCEDURES HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.
Read the section on POWERING UP (page 19) before
connecting the system to the power source, and check the
various System Configurations shown in the Appendix.
Note: Make all internal jumper switch settings on the
modules before system connections are started (see SETUP,
pages 12 - 18). Be certain that all connections are properly
completed before applying power.
All video connections should be made using a good grade, 75ohm, RG-59U video cable (i.e., Belden 8241 or equivalent)
with BNC connectors.
All video outputs must be terminated in 75 ohms at the last
unit in the run. Set the intermediate units to HiZ. If the video
run is not terminated, or if it is double terminated, the resulting
picture will be of poor quality. If the run is not terminated a
brighter picture than desired will be displayed. Conversely, if
the run is double terminated, a darker picture than desired will
be displayed.
Each installation should be made in a planned and orderly
manner. The operation of each piece of equipment should be
confirmed as early as possible during the installation
procedure. It is much easier to remove a few temporary
terminations, or connections, after a confirmation check than it
is to disconnect and re-wire a large number of "permanent"
connections.
To facilitate maintenance and assist in service, all connecting
cables should be identified with source/destination numbers.
19"
10.5"
AD
2050 video
switcher
Figure 24 - Bay Mounting Dimensions
11
SETUP
SETUP - Internal Jumper Switches
Table 1 - S2 and S3 switch settings
1=On; 0=Off; X=Don't care
CAUTION - Due to the presence of non-insulated
components with hazardous voltages, the
following internal adjustments should be
performed by qualified service personnel only.
Switch S2
Filter
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Pass all information (S2 ON)
Pass only specified information (S2 OFF)
Data Buffer Module Switches
Note: S2 must be set to pass all information (ON) in
bays which contain 2024VOM monitor modules.
The 2010DB Data Buffer Module serves a dual purpose. First,
it sends video to the monitors and second, it filters incoming
information from the high speed LAN line.
Switch S3
Filtering is accomplished with two 8-position DIP switches, S2
and S3. Switch position 1 of switch S2 turns the filter "ON" or
"OFF." If S2 is set to"ON", all information passes and S3 does
not have to be set. If S2 is set to "OFF", only specified
information passes and S3 must be set. The S3 switch allows
only the necessary information to pass for that particular bay.
In the Condensed Bay configuration, or when a bay
contains 2024VOM monitor modules, the filter is set such
that all information passes. Therefore, position 1 of switch
S2 is set to ON.
For all other configurations the filter is set such that
information is filtered, thus position 1 of switch S2 is set to
OFF and S3 must be set accordingly. This applies to bays
which contain only 2016 VIM camera modules.
The Data Buffer Module also has a 2-position slide switch, S1.
S1 switches the card into either a normal mode or test mode.
S1 should be kept at the normal position.
Figure 25 shows the location of these switches on the 2010DB
PCB card.
1
8
1
8
1 0 XXXXXX
0 0 XXXXXX
S3
S2
S1
Figure 25 - Data Buffer Card Switches
12
Camera
Monitor
1-256
257-512
513-768
769-1024
1-16
1-16
1-16
1-16
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
X
X
X
X
1-256
257-512
513-768
769-1024
17-32
17-32
17-32
17-32
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
X
X
X
X
1-256
257-512
513-768
769-1024
33-48
33-48
33-48
33-48
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
X
X
X
X
1-256
257-512
513-768
769-1024
49-64
49-64
49-64
49-64
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
X
X
X
X
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SETUP
Video Loss Detector Data Buffer Module Switches
DIP switch S4 sets the type of communication used via the
RJ45 port and enables or disables the 2010DBVL front panel
LED's. This port may be configured for RS-232, RS-422, or
RS-485 communications.
The 2010DBVL (Video Loss Detector Data Buffer Module) is
similar to the 2010DB, with the added capability of video loss
detection for each camera of the bay. A video loss detection
message is transmitted via the RJ45 port on the 2010DBVL
rear panel. An Alarm Contact is also provided from this port
(see connector pinouts, page 7).
The following tables show the switch position settings for DIP
switches S2, S3, and S4. Figure 26 shows the location of these
DIP switches on the 2010DBVL PCB card.
The 2010DBVL is configured with a 2-position slide switch,
S1, and three 8-position DIP switches: S2, S3, and S4. S1 is
set for normal/test mode, as described for the 2010DB module.
Table 2 - S2, S3, and S4 switch settings
1=On; 0=Off; X=Don't care
DIP Switch S2
DIP switch S2 sets the filtering mode, as described for the
2010DB, the Alarm Contact mode, and the RJ45 port baud
rate. Switch position 2 of S2 must be set to ON for the module
to function as a Video Loss Detection module.
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
7 8
1200 Baud Rate
2400 Baud Rate
4800 Baud Rate
9600 Baud Rate
0
1
0
1
DIP Switch S3
Alarm at loss for 20 seconds - The Alarm Contact is closed
and the ALARM LED is illuminated as above, but both
remain on for only 20 seconds.
The baud rate setting of DIP switch S2 configures the RJ45
port on the 2010DBVL for the desired communications rate.
DIP switch S3 must be set to the camera and monitor group
numbers assigned to the switching bay modules.
8
S4
8
1
0
4 5
Alarm at loss for 10 seconds - The Alarm Contact is closed
and the ALARM LED is illuminated as above, but both
remain on for only 10 seconds.
1
X
X
Alarm during Video or Sync loss
Alarm during loss, plus 10 seconds
Alarm at loss for 10 seconds
Alarm at loss for 20 seconds
Alarm during loss, plus 10 seconds - The Alarm Contact is
closed and the ALARM LED is illuminated as above, but
both remain on for 10 seconds after the loss is cleared.
8
6
1X
0X
1
Alarm during Video or Sync Loss - The Alarm Contact is
closed and the ALARM LED on the 2010DBVL front
panel is illuminated when a sync or video loss is first
detected; both remain on until the loss is cleared.
1
2 3
Video Loss Enabled
Video Loss Disabled
Pass all information
Pass only specified information
The Alarm Contact modes are:
1
Function
S3
S2
Camera
Monitor
1-256
257-512
513-768
769-1024
1-16
1-16
1-16
1-16
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
X
X
X
X
1-256
257-512
513-768
769-1024
17-32
17-32
17-32
17-32
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
X
X
X
X
1-256
257-512
513-768
769-1024
33-48
33-48
33-48
33-48
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
X
X
X
X
1-256
257-512
513-768
769-1024
49-64
49-64
49-64
49-64
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
X
X
X
X
DIP Switch S4
S1
Function
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
RS-232
RS-422
RS-485
1 1
0 0
0 0
0 0
1 1
1 1
0
0
1
0 0
0 0
1 0
8
Front Panel LED's ON
Front Panel LED's OFF
Figure 26 - DBVL Data Buffer Card Switches
13
1
0
0
0
1
1
SETUP
Video Input Module Switches
Table 3 - S1 Camera and Monitor Identification
1=On; 0=Off; X=Don't care
The 2016AVIM (Video Input Module) performs the actual
video switch. Each module can switch any one of 16 video
inputs to any video output, or multiple combinations of video
outputs, up to 16.
Switch Positions
The 2016A Video Input Module must be set to the cameras and
monitors it is to respond to. There are two 8-position dip
switches. DIP switch S1 is used to set all field configurations.
The eight position dip switch S1, located on the circuit board,
must be set to identify the camera and monitor group. The first
two switches select one of four groups of 16 monitors and the
last six select one of 64 groups of 16 cameras. Switch settings
are shown in Table 3.
Monitors
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1- 16
17- 32
33- 48
49 - 64
65- 80
81- 96
97 - 112
113 - 128
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1-16
17-32
33-48
49-64
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
65-80
81-96
97-112
113-128
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
129-144
145-160
161-176
177-192
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Camera
The monitor group selection is independent of the camera
group selection. Yet both monitor and camera group must be
selected correctly depending on the particular slot the card is
being placed in. Note: The silkscreen on the board clearly
shows the correct dip switch to use. The word "CAM GRP" is
screened adjacent to the correct dip switch.
The DIP switch S3 is not used in this module.
S1
8
S3
1
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
Figure 27 - Video Input Module Card Jumper Switches
14
SETUP
Table 3 - S1 Camera and Monitor Identification
(continued)
Switch Positions
Camera
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
193-208
209-224
225-240
241-256
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
257-272
273-288
289-304
305-320
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
321-336
337-352
353-368
369-384
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
385-400
401-416
417-432
433-448
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
449-464
465-480
481-496
497-512
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
513-528
529-544
545-560
561-576
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
577-592
593-608
609-624
625-640
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
641-656
657-672
673-688
689-704
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
705-720
721-736
737-752
753-768
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
769-784
785-800
801-816
817-832
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
833-848
849-864
865-880
881-896
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
897-912
913-928
929-944
945-960
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
961-976
977-992
993-1008
1009-1024
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
15
SETUP
Video Output Module Switches
Note: The bay configuration switch was implemented on Rev
"B" boards. Before Rev "B" boards, resistors were placed on
the solder side of the board (Condensed Bays only).
The 2024VOM (Video Output Module) adds character
information in the form of titles and time and date to switched
video from 2016AVIM modules. Each 2024VOM card
contains 2-pin jumpers and one 8-position DIP switch (see
Figure 28). These are set with the module removed from the
bay.
The 8-position DIP switch S2, located on the circuit board,
must be set to identify the video inputs and outputs the module
must respond to. Switch settings are dependent on the slot
location in the matrix bay as well as which matrix bay the card
is located. Switch settings are shown in Tables 4a, 4b, and 5.
Four 2-pin jumpers for setting monitor identification are set at
the back of the card (end with gold-plated connections). Each
card can be set for monitors:
one, two, three, and four; or
five, six, seven, and eight; or
nine, ten, eleven, and twelve; or
thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, and sixteen.
Table 4 represents the first four switches of S2, which
identifies video input. If the video output is located in a matrix
switching bay that includes video input cards its video input
would be considered internal. If the video output card is
located in a matrix switching bay which contained only output
cards its video inputs would be considered external.
There is no other variations, only the four types described
above.
Table 5, on page 17, identifies which video outputs the card
will be controlling.
Note: The silkscreen labeling on the VOM board shows which
jumper is for which monitor; these are labeled M1 through
M16. When setting monitors over sixteen, subtract multiples
of sixteen from the monitor number you want to set. For
example, to set monitors 33-36, subtract 32 to obtain monitors
one through four (33-32=1; 35-32=3, etc).
Table 4a - S2 Internal Video Input Identification
1=On
0=Off
Video Inputs
1 to 256
257 to 512
513 to 768
769 to 1024
For selection of video type (Phase Adjusted Line, PAL or
National Television Systems Committee, NTSC), locate the
2-position jumper terminal near the center edge of the card.
Position the plastic 2-pin jumper to the appropriate location.
For selection of bay configuration (Standard or Condensed),
locate the 2-position jumper terminal near the center of the two
gold connectors. All bays are configured with the jumper
position set to "standard bay". In Condensed Bays, the jumper
is set to "standard bay" for cards corresponding to monitors 17
to 32, while the jumper is set to "condensed (or split) bay" for
cards corresponding to monitors 1 to 16.
1
0
1
0
0
Switch Positions
2
3
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
4
0
0
0
0
Table 4b - S2 External Video Input Identification
1=On
0=Off
Video Inputs
1 to 256
257 to 512
513 to 768
769 to 1024
1
1
0
0
0
Switch Positions
2
3
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
4
0
0
0
1
NTSC/PAL
jumper
Note: Table 4a is used when the 2024VOM is located in a
matrix switching bay which includes 2016AVIM. Table 4b is
used when the 2024VOM is located in a matrix switching bay
which does not include 2016AVIM modules. In both
instances, the Filter DIP switch S2 on the 2010DB/2010DBVL
Data Buffer Module must be set to pass all data (see page 12).
Condensed or
Standard Bay
1
8
1
8
S2
Monitors 1 - 4
Monitors 5 - 8
DIP Switch S1 and slide Switch S3 are not used on the
2024VOM card.
S1
Monitors
9 -12
Monitors 13-16
Figure 28 - VOM Card Jumper Switches
16
SETUP
Video Output Module - Horizontal, Vertical, and
Brightness Adjustment
Table 5 - S2 Video Output Identification
1=On 0=Off
Video Output
1 to 4
5 to 8
9 to 12
13 to 16
17 to 20
21 to 24
25 to 28
29 to 32
33 to 36
37 to 40
41 to 44
45 to 48
49 to 52
53 to 56
57 to 60
61 to 64
5
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Switch Positions
6
7
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
The 2024VOM has four video outputs each with title
information displayed on the video picture. The title
information on the screen is adjustable for horizontal and
vertical position. The brightness of the characters is also
adjustable. The rotary switch located on the front panel of
each output module selects which output will be adjusted. The
''H", ''V" and ''B" pushbuttons are used to adjust the desired
setting. See Figure 29 for location of these controls.
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
The video output title to be controlled is selected from the
rotary switch labeled ''A . . D". To select the first video output,
turn the rotary switch to position ''A". To select the second
video output for title adjustment, move the rotary switch
clockwise one position. Proceed in this manner for the final
two video outputs.
After selecting one of the four outputs, press the ''H"
pushbutton. The title shifts to the right until the pushbutton is
released.
Note: If the pushbutton is not released, the title will reach an
end point and return to the left-most position and begin to shift
to the right again.
After the proper horizontal position has been selected, depress
the ''V" pushbutton. The title will shift downward until the
pushbutton is released. Note: If the pushbutton is not
released, the title will reach the bottom of the screen, as
defined by the vertical sync, move to the top of the screen, and
begin to shift down again.
Blinking LED for proper operation
D
.
.
A
After the proper horizontal and vertical positions have been
selected, proceed to the brightness control. The characters of
the title are white with a black border. This enhances visibility
under varying light conditions. The brightness control
provides eight steps of white levels to change the characters
from white to black. To change the brightness of the titles,
depress the ''B" pushbutton. The title steps through each level
until the pushbutton is released.
4-position rotary switch
The video output rotary switch may be placed to any position
when title adjustment is completed.
H
V
B
Horizontal control push button
Vertical control push button
Brightness control push button
Figure 29 - Video Output Module Front Panel
17
SETUP
Power Supply Set Up - Vertical Phase Adjustment
in the previous camera, you will experience camera roll
during switching operations to that camera.
The matrix switching bays are designed as vertical interval
switches, thus giving the matrix switching bay the ability to
switch between properly phased video inputs without
producing a vertical roll, or a black bar, between each video
switch. Use of this feature allows vertical interval switching to
be controlled by the AC Line (Line Locked ), External Vertical
Drive (Generator Locked), or Composite video input.
G. Repeat this for all video inputs to the system.
Note: Before adjusting all of the video inputs, quickly scan
all inputs to see if only a few are out of phase and adjust
accordingly (input one may be the only oddball!).
H. Once all cameras have been synchronized, place the SET
UP/NORMAL switch to the NORMAL position.
If multiple matrix switching bays are used, repeat steps A - H
for each bay. The sync/test output for these bays is the top
most output BNC located on each 2010DB-XX rear panel at
the first monitor of the bay, i.e., monitor 17-32, etc.
1. AC LINE: The most common form of synchronization is
AC line lock of the vertical switching point. To use this
feature, switch the Sync Reference Selection switch to AC
LINE (see Figure 1 on page 2). This will use the AC (either 60
or 50 Hz) line to determine the vertical timing. If all video
inputs use the same phase of AC power to determine the
vertical timing, no roll will appear.
2. EXT V-DRIVE: If an external generator is used to control
the vertical switching point, switch the Sync Reference
Selection switch to EXT V-DRIVE (external vertical drive).
For proper operation, the output voltage of the generator
should not exceed 5V peak-to-peak (p-p). Connect the drive
output from the generator to the EXT SYNC IN BNC located
on the 2010PS rear panel. Connect a 75-ohm terminator to the
EXT SYNC OUT BNC. If other bays are used, loop the EXT
SYNC from input to output for all bays and terminate the last
bay EXT SYNC OUT BNC in 75-ohms.
As an aid to the installer, a switch on the Power Supply
Module is available to check the vertical switch location for
each video input. This function is initiated when the SET
UP/NORMAL switch is selected to the SET UP position.
A. Connect a monitor to the top most BNC of the 2010DB-00
labeled Test/Expansion Only, or the first monitor output of
any level VOM. If the monitor card is present, connect to
the video output module monitor 1. If not, use the Data
Buffer output #1.
3. EXT CAM: If composite video is used to control the
vertical switching point, switch the Sync Reference Selection
switch to EXT CAM (external camera). For proper operation,
the composite sync signal is specified at 1.1V p-p. Connect
the composite sync to the EXT SYNC IN BNC located on the
2010PS rear panel. Connect a 75-ohm terminator to the EXT
SYNC OUT BNC. If other bays are used, loop the EXT
SYNC from input to output for all bays and terminate the last
bay EXT SYNC OUT BNC in 75-ohms.
B. From an external keyboard call input 1 to output 1.
C. Place the SET UP/NORMAL switch to the SET UP
position. This implements the phase adjustment procedure.
Note: The Sync Test On/Off LED will be blinking when
the sync test switch is in the SETUP position.
Notice that the alignment bar, displayed on output 1, shows the
location of the vertical switch with respect to the picture.
Monitor 1
D. The phase adjustment potentiometer, accessed thru the hole
in the front panel of the Power Supply, adjusts the phase of
the vertical interval synchronization pulse for the switcher
with respect to the selected reference.
E. Adjust the position of the bar with a TV alignment tool, or
equivalent, by turning the phase potentiometer, until the
line is located as seen in Figure 30. The line should be
visible on the screen.
alignment bar
Once the alignment bar is set, no further adjustment to the
potentiometer is necessary.
F. Select the second video input in the system. If the
horizontal bar is not in the same location as seen in Figure
30, adjust the sync location on the "video device" (i.e.,
video camera) until the horizontal bar is located towards
the bottom of the screen. If this is not possible, and the
alignment bar is located in a different position than it was
Figure 30 - Placement of Setup Alignment Bar
Alignment bar should be visible on the monitor and not in the
vertical sync.
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POWER UP
POWERING UP
The system may be brought on line after:
-
The CPU has been installed and connected.
A video input has been connected.
A monitor has been connected for viewing the output.
All lines have been properly terminated.
One keyboard (or external computer) has been connected for
control.
- Power has been connected to the equipment, one bay at a
time, ending with the CPU.
Powering the Matrix Bay
1. Unscrew the two thumbscrews located at the top corners of
front panel of each matrix switching bay.
2. Remove the front panel by first slowly pulling the top of the
panel towards the front, then lifting the panel up.
Note: DO NOT remove the foam material attached to the
front panel.
3. Verify that the unit is turned off. The unit is turned off by
pressing the bottom of the front panel power On/Off switch.
4. Power is supplied via a pendant cord and plug. Connect the
pendant cord to the required voltage input:
AD1024R
120VAC, 50/60 Hz
ADS1024RX
230VAC, 50/60 Hz
5. To turn the unit on, press the top of the front panel power
On/Off switch.
Replace the front panel only after all setup adjustments have
been made related to powering up instructions (Power Supply
Module and Video Output Module, prior pages).
6. To replace the front panel, slip the bottom of the panel into
the slot at the bottom of the bay. Push the top of the panel
towards the bay and tighten the two corner thumb screws.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
LEVEL 1 - 256 X 16, One Bay System with no Titles
The following sections of this manual are organized specific to
the system level to be installed. A level is defined as 16 video
outputs, and may consist of one to several bays. Level 1 is for
a maximum of 16 outputs, Level 2 is for 32 outputs, and so on
up to Level 8 which is for a maximum of 128 outputs.
A one bay, Level 1 system, without VOM modules for video
titles, allows a maximum of 256 video inputs switched to a
maximum of 16 video outputs.
System bays are supplied in the following two configurations:
Standard (Model 2010R) and Condensed (Model 2020R).
From the rear of the bay, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS; the next module is the 2010DB-01 with 16 BNCs for
untitled video outputs, followed by one to sixteen 2016AVIM1 modules. Smaller matrices, such as those ordered with future
expansion in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
This system does not contain 2024VOM modules.
References to "Right" or "Left" in the following
instructions apply to the Bays as viewed from the REAR.
LEVEL 1 SYSTEMS
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Level 1 systems can have a maximum of five 2010R Standard
matrix switching bays that each contain the 2010PS Power
Supply Module and a 2010DB or 2010DBVL Data Buffer
Module. Level 1 Systems can consist of a maximum of
AD1024 video inputs and a maximum of 16 video outputs (15
outputs if the 2010DBVL module is used).
Data Interconnect: Connect a 75-ohm coaxial cable from the
DATA LINE-1 output on the AD1024 CPU, to the Data IN
BNC on the 2010PS rear panel. Connect a 75-ohm BNC
terminator (supplied with the CPU) to the Data Out BNC on
Power Supply rear panel.
For a Level 1 system with Video Loss Detection capability, the
video output for monitor 16 is replaced by the Video Loss
Detection function in the 2010DBVL Module. Since each
2010DBVL can detect video losses for a maximum of 256
cameras, an additional 2010DBVL Module is required in each
camera bay, for each block of 256 cameras. The first camera
bay would use a 2010DBVL-11, the second bay a 2010DBVL21, the third bay a 2010DBVL-31 and the fourth bay a
2010DBVL-41. In a multi-bay system where the last bay
contains both camera modules and monitor modules, that bay
would use a 2010DBVL-00 module. In a five-bay system, the
fifth bay is exclusively a monitor bay and would require the
2010DB-00 Module, not the 2010DBVL-00.
Video Input Connections: The 2016AVIM is identified with
the camera input icon .
The starting camera
number, for the particular
VIM, is located at the top
BNC. Each 2016AVIM-1 includes 16 terminated BNCs for
video input connections. The first 2016AVIM-1, located
immediately to the left of the 2010DB-01, is for video inputs 1
- 16, the second 2016AVIM-1 module is for inputs 17 - 32, etc.
In succession, connect the video inputs to each 2016AVIM-1
module, top to bottom. Each VIM will accept 16 video inputs.
Continue until all inputs are connected to the system. Unused
video inputs, on the VIM, do not require any external
connection or termination, and may be left open. See Figure
16, Video Input Module, page 8.
Video Output Connections with No Titles: Each 2010DB-01
in the system has 16 BNCs. The top most BNC corresponds to
video output 1 and the bottom video output corresponds to
number 16. Connect the video outputs to any device that
accepts standard video such as monitors or video recorders.
See Figure 4, 2010DB-01 Rear Panel with 16 BNCs, page 4.
In the Appendix, see Figure A1, 256 X 16, One Bay System
with No Titles.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
LEVEL 1 - 256 X 15, One Bay System with Video Loss
Detection
LEVEL 1 - 192 X 16, One Bay System
A one bay, Level 1 system, with 2024VOM modules for video
titles, allows a maximum of 192 video inputs switched to a
maximum of 16 video outputs.
A one bay, Level 1 system, with video loss detection and
without video titles, allows a maximum of 256 video inputs
switched to a maximum of 15 video outputs.
From the rear of the bay, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS; the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-1 modules, and four 2024VOM-1 modules.
Smaller matrices, such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
This system is the same configuration of modules as the
LEVEL 1 - 256 X 16 system except that the 2010DBVL-01
Video Loss Detection Data Buffer module is installed in place
of the 2010DB-01 module. The connections are as described
for that system configuration, except that only 15 BNCs are
provided for video outputs.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
See Appendix Figure A18, 256 X 15, One Bay System with
Video Loss Detection Module.
Data Interconnect: Connect a 75-ohm coaxial cable from the
DATALINE-1 output on the AD1024 CPU to the DATA IN
BNC on the 2010PS rear panel. Connect a 75-ohm BNC
terminator (supplied with the CPU) to the Data Out BNC on
the Power Supply rear panel.
Video Input Connections: The 2016AVIM is identified with
the video input icon.
The starting video input number, for the particular VIM, is
located at the top BNC. Each 2016AVIM-1 includes 16
terminated BNCs for video input connections. The first
2016AVIM-1, located immediately to the left of the 2010DB00, is for video inputs 1-16, the second 2016AVIM-1 module is
for inputs 17- 32, etc.
In succession, connect the video inputs to each 2016AVIM-1
module, top to bottom. Each VIM will accept 16 video inputs.
Continue until all inputs are connected to the system. Unused
video inputs, on the VIM, do not require any external
connection or termination, and may be left open. See Figure
16, Video Input Module, page 8.
Video Output Connections: Each 2024VOM-1 has a rear
panel with 16 BNCs. For single bay systems, only the bottom
four BNCs are used for video output connections. The left
most module is assigned to outputs 1 - 4. Moving left to right,
the next VOM module is assigned to outputs 5 - 8, etc. (The
modules are numbered 1 - 4, 5 - 8, etc.) Connect the video
outputs to any device that accepts standard video such as
monitors or video recorders. See Figure 21, Video Output
Module, page 9.
In the Appendix, see Figure A2, 192 X 16, One Bay System.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
LEVEL 1 - 448 X 16, Two Bay System
Video Input Connections: The 2016AVIM is identified with
the camera input icon.
A two bay, Level 1 system allows a maximum of 448 video
inputs switched to a maximum 16 video outputs. Bay one
consists of the first 256 video inputs. Bay two consists of the
remaining 192 video inputs and four video output modules.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay two, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-1 modules for inputs 1 - 256.
The starting camera number for the particular VIM is located
at the top BNC. Each 2016AVIM-1 includes 16 terminated
BNCs for video input connections. The first 2016AVIM
module is for video inputs 1 - 16, the second VIM module is
for inputs 17 - 32, etc.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-1 modules for inputs 257 - 448, and four
2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 1 - 16.
In succession, connect the video inputs to each 2016AVIM-1
module, top to bottom. Each VIM will accept 16 video inputs.
Continue until all inputs are connected to the system. Unused
video inputs, on the VIM, do not require any external
connection or termination, and may be left open. See Figure
16, Video Input Modules, page 8.
Smaller matrices, such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
Video Output Connections: Each 2024VOM-1 has a rear
panel with 16 BNCs, only the bottom four BNCs are used for
video output connections. The left most module is assigned to
outputs 1 - 4. Moving left to right, the next VOM module is
assigned to outputs 5 - 8, etc. (The modules are numbered 1 4, 5 - 8, etc.) Connect the video outputs to any device that
accepts standard video such as monitors or video recorders.
See Figure 21, Video Output Module, page 9.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Data Interconnect: Connect a 75-ohm coaxial cable from the
DATALINE-1 output on the AD1024 CPU to the DATA IN
BNC of Bay 1. Connect a 75-ohm coaxial cable from the
DATA OUT BNC of bay 1 to the DATA IN BNC 2010PS rear
panel of bay 2. Connect a 75 ohm BNC terminator (supplied
with the CPU) to the Data Out BNC of Bay 2.
In the Appendix, see Figure A3, 448 X 16, Two Bay System.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1,
located on the rear panel of the 2010DB-11, are grouped by
fours and identified by the icon
. Each 2024VOM-1 is
similarly grouped with three sections of four BNCs, with
identifying icons. See Figure 5, Data Buffer, page 4.
LEVEL 1 - 448 X 16, Two Bay System with Video Loss
Detection
A two bay, Level 1 system, with video loss detection, allows a
maximum of 448 video inputs switched to a maximum of 15
video outputs.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the topmost
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
topmost input BNC, labeled 1 on the 2024VOM-1 in bay 2, for
output 1, matching icon to icon
. See Appendix Figure
A18, Video Interconnections, for illustration of these
connections.
This system is the same configuration of modules as the
LEVEL 1 - 448 X 16 system above, except that the
2010DBVL-11 module is installed in place of the 2010DB-11
module in bay one and the 2010DBVL-00 module is installed
in place of the 2010DB-00 module in bay two. The
connections are as described for the above system
configuration, except that only 15 BNCs are provided for video
outputs.
Continue in this manner until 1-4 of the 2010DB-11 panel are
connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1. Proceed to
the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 panel.
Connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-11 panel are connected to all of the 2024VOM-1
modules. If there are less than four 2024VOM modules in the
system, leave the remaining BNCs on 2010DB-11 of bay 1
open.
Since two 2010DBVL modules are used, this configuration
requires the use of the 1981 Port Expander for connection to
the ADAD1024 CPU.
See Appendix Figure A21, 256 X 15, Two Bay System with
Video Loss Detection Module.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
LEVEL 1 - 704 X 16, Three Bay System
Connect bay 2 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 modules
of bay 3 for video outputs 1-16, matching icon to icon.
A three bay, Level 1 system allows a maximum of 704 video
inputs switched to a maximum 16 video outputs. Bays one and
two consist of 256 video inputs and bay three consists of 192
video inputs and 16 video outputs.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay three, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-1 modules for inputs 1 - 256.
If there are less than four 2024VOM-1s in the system, the
remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
Video Input Connections: See Level 1 - 448 X 16, Two Bay
System and connect in a similar manner.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-21 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay three, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-1 modules for inputs 257 - 512.
Video Output Connections: See Level 1 - 448 X 16, Two
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
In the Appendix, see Figure A4, 704 X 16, Three Bay System.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-1 modules for inputs 513 - 704 and four
2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 1-16.
Smaller matrices, such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Data Interconnect: See Level 1 - 448 X 16, Two Bay System
and connect all bays in a similar manner.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1
and bay 2, located on the rear panel of the 2010DB-11
,
and 2010DB-21
, are grouped by fours.
Each 2024VOM-1 is similarly grouped with three sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fourth section of four
BNCs is used for video output connections. See Figure 21,
Video Output Module, page 9.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the topmost
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
top-most input BNC, labeled 1 on the 2024VOM-1 in bay 3,
for output 1, matching icon to icon.
Continue in this
manner until BNCs 1-4 of the 2010DB-11 panel are connected
to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1. Proceed to the next
group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 of the first bay.
Connect these four to the second 2024VOM -1 for outputs 5 8. Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-11 panel are connected to all of the 2024VOM-1
modules.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
LEVEL 1 - 960 X 16, Four Bay System
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the topmost
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
topmost input BNC, labeled 1 on the 2024VOM-1 of bay 4, for
output 1, matching icon to icon.
A four bay, Level 1 system allows a maximum of 960 video
inputs switched to a maximum 16 video outputs. Bays one,
two, and three each consist of 256 video inputs. Bay four
consists of 192 video inputs and 16 video outputs.
Continue in this manner until 1-4 of the 2010DB-11 panel are
connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1. Proceed to
the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 of the first
bay. Connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1 for outputs
5 - 8. Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-11 panel are connected to all of the 2024VOM-1
modules.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-1 modules, inputs 1 - 256.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-21 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-1 modules, inputs 257 - 512.
Connect bay 2 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 modules
of bay 4 for video outputs 1-16, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-31,with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-1 modules, inputs 513 - 768.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
Connect bay 3 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 modules
of bay 4 for video outputs 1-16, matching icon to icon.
If there are less than four 2024VOM-1s in the system, the
remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-1 modules for inputs 769 - 960, and four
2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 1 - 16.
Video Input Connections: See Level 1 - 448 X 16, Two Bay
System and connect in a similar manner.
Video Output Connections: See Level 1 - 448 X 16, Two
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
Smaller matrices, such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
In the Appendix, see Figure A5, Level 1 - 960 X 16, Four Bay
System.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Data Interconnect: See Level 1 - 448 X 16, Two Bay System
and connect all bays in a similar manner.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bays 1,
2, and 3, located on the rear panel of the 2010DB-11
,
2010DB-21
, and 2010DB-31
, are grouped by
fours and identified by the icons.
Each 2024VOM-1 is similarly grouped with three sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fourth section of four
BNCs is used for video output connections. See Figure 21,
Video Output Module, page 9.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
LEVEL 1 - 1024 X 16, Five Bay System
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the top most
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
2024VOM-2 in bay 5, for output 1, matching icon to icon.
A five bay, Level 1 system allows a maximum of 1024 video
inputs switched to a maximum 16 video outputs. Bays one
through four each consists of 256 video inputs, and bay five
consists of the 16 video outputs.
Continue in this manner until connections 1 - 4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1 - 4 of the first 2024VOM-2.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 and
connect these to the second 2024VOM-2 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-11 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-2s for
outputs 1 - 16.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules, followed by sixteen
2016AVIM-1 modules, inputs 1 - 256.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-21 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay five, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-1 modules, inputs 257 - 512.
Connect the top most BNC from bay 2 on the 2010DB-21
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-2 in bay 5, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until connections 1 - 4 of the2010DB21 panel are connected to inputs 1 - 4 of the 2024VOM-2.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-21 and
connect these to the second 2024VOM-2 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-21 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-2s for
outputs 1 - 16.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-31 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay five, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-1 modules, inputs 513 - 768.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-41 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay five, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-1 modules, inputs 769 - 1024.
Connect the top most BNC from bay 3 on the 2010DB-31
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-2 in bay 5, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until connections 1 - 4 of the 2010DB31 panel are connected to inputs 1 - 4 of the 2024VOM-2.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-31 and
connect these to the second 2024VOM-2 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-31 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-2s for
outputs 1 - 16.
From the rear of bay five, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by four
2024VOM-2 modules for outputs 1 - 16.
Smaller matrices such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
Connect the top most BNC from bay 4 on the 2010DB-41
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-2 in bay 5, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Continue in this manner until connections 1 - 4 of the2010DB41 panel are connected to inputs 1 - 4 of the 2024VOM-2.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-41 and
connect these to the second 2024VOM-2 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-41 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-2s for
outputs 1-16.
Data Interconnect: See LEVEL 1 - 448 X 16, two bay system
and connect all bays in a similar manner.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1,
through 4 are located on the rear panel of the 2010DB-11
,
-21
, -31
, and -41
respectively.
They are grouped by fours and identified by their icons.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these interconnections.
Each 2024VOM-2 is similarly grouped with four sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fifth section of four
BNCs, in the lower left corner, is used for video outputs. The
left most 2024VOM-2 module is assigned to outputs 1 - 4, the
next for outputs 5 - 8, etc. See Figure 22, Video Output
Module, page 9.
If there are less than four 2024VOM-2 modules in the system
the remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 1 - 448 X 16, Two
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
Video Output Connections: Each 2024VOM-2 has a rear
panel with 20 BNCs. The right most module is assigned to
outputs 1-4. The next module is for outputs 5-8, etc. (The
modules are numbered 1-4, 5-8, etc.) Connect video outputs to
any device that accepts standard video such as monitors or
video recorders.
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LEVEL 2 SYSTEMS
The starting camera number for the particular VIM is located
at the top BNC. Each 2016AVIM-2 includes eight BNCs for
video input connections, a coaxial ribbon connector, labeled
OUT, for video interconnection, and one 16 conductor coaxial
video cable. See Figure 17, Video Input Module, page 8.
Level 2 systems use up to nine matrix switching bays each
with the 2010PS Power Supply Module and either the 2010DB
or the 2010DBVL Data Buffer Module. Depending on the
configuration, either 2010R Standard bays or 2020R
Condensed bays are used in Level 2 systems. Level 2 systems
can consist of a maximum of 1024 video inputs as well as a
maximum of 32 video outputs (31 outputs if the 2010DBVL
module is used).
The 2016AVIM-3 is identified with the camera input icon. The
starting camera number for the particular VIM is located at the
top BNC. Each 2016AVIM-3 includes eight BNCs for video
input connections, two coaxial ribbon connectors, labeled IN
and OUT and one 75 ohm terminator. See Figure 18, Video
Input Module, page 8.
For a Level 2 system with Video Loss Detection capability, the
video output for monitor 32 is replaced by the Video Loss
Detection function in the 2010DBVL Module. Since each
2010DBVL can detect video losses for a maximum of 256
cameras, an additional 2010DBVL Module is required for each
block of 256 cameras. The camera bays that contain buffered
video outputs for monitors 17 through 31 would use a
2010DBVL-12, a 2010DBVL-22, a 2010DBVL-32 and a
2010DBVL-42 for each respective group of 256 cameras. In a
system that includes Condensed bays, the Condensed bay that
contains outputs 17 to 31 would use the 2010DBVL-00
Module. In a multi-bay system where the last bay contains
both camera modules and monitor modules, that bay would use
a 2010DBVL-00 module. Any bay that contains only monitor
modules uses the 2010DB, not the 2010DBVL Module.
Connect one end of the supplied coaxial ribbon cable to the
coaxial ribbon connector labeled "OUT" of the 2016AVIM-2.
NOTE: Tighten the two connector screws alternately to
keep the connectors aligned. Tightening on one side only
may damage the connector. Alternate turns between each
side.
Connect the other end of the coaxial ribbon cable to the coaxial
ribbon connector labeled "IN" of the 2016AVIM-3 following
the alternating turn method noted above. Place a 75-ohm
terminator (P/N 2016 TERM) in the coaxial ribbon connector
labeled "OUT" of the 2016AVIM-3. Continue in this manner
for each 2016AVIM pair. A pair meaning the upper and lower
halves of multiples of 16; for example, 1 to 8 and 9 to 16 being
a pair, 17 to 24 and 25 to 32 being a pair.
LEVEL 2 - 64 X 32, One Bay System
The single bay Level 2 system uses one 2020R matrix
Condensed bay. From the rear of the bay, the modules are
installed at the factory in the following manner; the far right
module is the 2010PS; the next module is the 2010DB-00,
followed by one to four 2016AVIM-2 modules and one to four
2024VOM-1 modules, for outputs 17 to 32. The next modules
to the left are the one to four 2016AVIM-3 modules, followed
by the one to four 2024VOM-1 modules, for outputs 1 to 16.
In succession, connect the video inputs to the 2016AVIM-2
and 2016AVIM-3 module pairs. Connect eight video inputs to
2016AVIM-2 and the next eight video inputs to 2016AVIM-3.
Continue in this fashion until all video inputs are connected.
Unused video inputs do not require any external connection or
termination, and may be left open.
Smaller matrices, such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
Video Output Connections: Each 2024VOM-1 has a rear
panel with 16 BNCs. The left most module is assigned to
outputs 1-4. Moving left to right, the next module is for
outputs 5-8, the next module is for outputs 9-12, the next for
outputs 13-16. Continuing left, the next four positions are for
2016AVIM modules. The following four positions are for
video outputs 17-32. Connect the video outputs to any device
that accepts standard video such as monitors or video
recorders.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Data Interconnect: Connect a 75-ohm coaxial cable from the
DATALINE-1 output on the AD1024 CPU, to the Data IN
BNC on the 2010PS rear panel. Connect a 75-ohm BNC
terminator (supplied with the CPU) to the Data Out BNC on
Power Supply rear panel.
In the Appendix, see Figure A6, 64 X 32, One Bay System.
Video Input Connections: The 2016AVIM-2 is identified
with the camera input icon
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LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, Two Bay System
The 2016AVIM-3 is identified with the camera input icon. The
starting camera number for the particular VIM is located at the
top BNC. Each 2016AVIM-3 includes eight BNCs for video
input connections, two coaxial ribbon connectors, labeled IN
and OUT and one 75 ohm terminator. See Figure 18, Video
Input Module, page 8.
A two bay, Level 2 system allows a maximum of 192 video
inputs switched to a maximum 32 video outputs. Bay one
consists of 192 video inputs with the first group of 16 video
outputs. Bay two consists of the same 192 video inputs with
the second group of 16 video outputs.
Connect one end of the supplied coaxial ribbon cable to the
coaxial ribbon connector labeled "OUT" of the 2016AVIM-2.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-2 modules for inputs 1 - 192, and four
2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 1 - 16.
NOTE: Tighten the two connector screws alternately to
keep the connectors aligned. Tightening on one side only
may damage the connector. Alternate turns between each
side.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-3 modules for inputs 1 - 192, and four
2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 17 - 32.
Connect the other end of the coaxial ribbon cable to the coaxial
ribbon connector labeled "IN" of the 2016AVIM-3 following
the alternating turn method noted above. Place a 75-ohm
terminator (P/N 2016 TERM) in the coaxial ribbon connector
labeled "OUT" of the 2016AVIM-3. Continue in this manner
for each 2016AVIM pair. A pair meaning the upper and lower
halves of multiples of 16; for example, 1 to 8 and 9 to 16 being
a pair, 17 to 24 and 25 to 32 also being a pair.
Smaller matrices, such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
In succession, connect the video inputs to the 2016AVIM-2
and 2016AVIM -3 module pairs. Connect eight video inputs to
2016AVIM-2 and the next eight video inputs to 2016AVIM-3.
Continue in this fashion until all video inputs are connected.
Unused video inputs do not require any external connection or
termination, and may be left open.
Data Interconnect: Connect a 75-ohm coaxial cable from the
DATALINE-1 output on the AD1024 CPU, to the DATA IN
BNC of Bay 1. Connect a 75-ohm coaxial cable from the
DATA OUT BNC of bay 1 to the DATA IN BNC 2010PS rear
panel of Bay 2. Connect a 75 ohm BNC terminator (supplied
with the CPU) to the DATA OUT BNC of Bay 2.
Video Output Connections: Each 2024VOM-1 has a rear
panel with 16 BNCs. The bottom four BNCs are used for
video output connections. The right most module is assigned
to outputs 1 - 4, the next for outputs 5 - 8, etc (The modules are
numbered 1 - 4, 5 - 8 etc.). Connect the video outputs to any
device that accepts standard video such as monitors or video
recorders. Bay one contains the 2024VOM modules for
outputs 1-16, bay two for outputs 17-32.
Video Input Connections: The 2016AVIM-2 is identified
with the camera input icon.
The starting camera number for the particular VIM is located
at the top BNC. Each 2016AVIM-2 includes eight BNCs for
video input connections, a coaxial ribbon connector, labeled
OUT, for video interconnection, and one 16 conductor coaxial
ribbon cable. See Figure 17, Video Input Module, page 8.
In the Appendix, see Figure A7, 192 X 32, Two Bay System.
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LEVEL 2 - 320 X 32, Three Bay System
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 of
the first bay and connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1
for outputs 5-8. Continue in this manner until all 16
connections of the 2010DB-11 panel are connected to the
2024VOM-1 modules.
A three bay, Level 2 system allows a maximum of 320 video
inputs switched to a maximum 32 video outputs. Bay one
consists of 256 video inputs for the first 16 video outputs and
bay two consists of 256 video inputs for the second group of
16 video outputs. Bay three, a 2020R Condensed bay, consists
of 64 video inputs for both groups of outputs.
Connect bay 2 in a similar manner to the 2024 VOM-1
modules of bay 3 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to
icon.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay three, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 1 - 256.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-12 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay three, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 1 - 256.
If there are less than eight 2024VOM-1 modules in the system
the remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, Two
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS; the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by four
2016AVIM-2 modules for inputs 257 - 320, and four
2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 17 to 32. The next modules
to the left are four 2016AVIM-3 modules for inputs 257 - 320,
followed by four 2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 1 to 16.
Video Output Connections: See LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, Two
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
In the Appendix, see Figure A8, 448 X 32, Four Bay System.
Smaller matrices, such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Data Interconnect: See Level 2, 192 X 32, two bay system.
Connect all bays in a similar manner.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1,
located on the rear panel of the 2010DB-11, are grouped by
fours and identified by the icon.
On bay 3, each 2024VOM-1 is similarly grouped with three
sections of four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fourth
section of four BNCs is used for video output connections.
See Figure 21, Video Output Module, page 9.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the topmost
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
top-most input BNC, labeled 1 for the 2024VOM-1 in bay 3,
for output 1, matching icon to icon.
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LEVEL 2 - 448 X 32, Four Bay System
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 of
the first bay and connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1
for outputs 5-8. Continue in this manner until all 16
connections of the 2010DB-11 panel are connected to all of the
2024VOM-1 modules.
A four bay, Level 2 system allows a maximum of 448 video
inputs switched to a maximum 32 video outputs. Bay one
consists of 256 video inputs, bay two consists of 192 video
inputs with the first group of 16 video outputs. Bay three
consists of 256 video inputs, bay four consists of 192 video
inputs with the second group of 16 video outputs.
Connect bay 3 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 modules
of bay 4 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay two, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 1 - 256.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
If there are less than eight 2024VOM-1 modules in the system
the remaining BNCs on the 2010DR-XX do not require any
connection.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-2 modules for inputs 257 - 448, and four
2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 1 - 16.
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, Two
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-12 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 1 - 256.
Video Output Connections: See LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, Two
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
In the Appendix, see Figure A9, 448 X 32, Four Bay System.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-3 modules for inputs 257 - 448, and four
2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 17 - 32.
Smaller matrices, such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Data Interconnect: See Level 2, 192 X 32, two bay system.
Connect all bays in a similar manner.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1,
and bay 3 located on the rear panel of the 2010DB-11, and
2010DB-12, are grouped by fours and identified by the icon.
Each 2024VOM-1 is similarly grouped with three sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fourth section of four
BNCs is used for video output connections. See Figure 21,
Video Output Module, page 9.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the topmost
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
topmost input BNC, labeled 1 for the 2024VOM-1 in bay 2,
for output 1, matching icon to icon.
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LEVEL 2 - 704 X 32, Six Bay System
Data Interconnect: See LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, two bay
system and connect all the bays in a similar manner.
A six bay, Level 2 system allows a maximum of 704 video
inputs switched to a maximum 32 video outputs. Bays one and
two each consist of 256 video inputs. Bay three consists of
192 video inputs with the first group of 16 video outputs. Bays
four and five also each consist of 256 video inputs. Bay six
consists of 192 video inputs with the second group 16 video
outputs.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1,
bay 2, bay 4, and bay 5 located on the rear panel of the
2010DB-11, 2010DB-12
, 2010DB-21, and 2010DB-22
, are grouped by fours and identified by their icons.
Each 2024VOM-1 is similarly grouped with three sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fourth section of four
BNCs is used for video output connections. See Figure 21,
Video Output Module, page 9.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay three, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 1 - 256.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the topmost
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
topmost input BNC, labeled 1 for the 2024VOM-1 in bay 3,
for output 1, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-21 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules, in bay three followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 257 - 512.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 of
the first bay and connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1
for outputs 5-8. Continue in this manner until all 16
connections of the 2010DB-11 panel are connected to all of the
2024VOM-1 modules.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-2 modules for inputs 513 - 704, and four
2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 1 - 16.
Connect bay 2 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 modules
of bay 3, for video outputs 1-16, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-12 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay six, followed by
sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 1 - 256.
Connect bay 4 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 modules
of bay 6 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 5 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 modules
of bay 6 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay five, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-22 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay six, followed by
sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 257 - 512.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
If there are less than eight 2024VOMs in the system the
remaining BNCs on the 2010DR-XX do not require any
connection.
From the rear of bay six, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-3 modules for inputs 513 - 704, and four
2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 17 - 32.
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, Two
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
Smaller matrices such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
Video Output Connections: See LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, Two
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
In the Appendix, see Figure A10, LEVEL 2 - 704 X 32, Six
Bay System.
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LEVEL 2 - 960 X 32, Eight Bay System.
From the rear of bay eight, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 769 - 960, and four
2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 17 - 32.
An eight bay, Level 2 system allows a maximum of 960 video
inputs switched to a maximum 32 video outputs. Bays one,
two, and three each consist of 256 video inputs. Bay four
consists of 192 video inputs with the first group 16 video
outputs. Bays five, six, and seven also each consist of 256
video inputs. Bay eight consists of 192 video inputs with the
second group 16 video outputs.
Smaller matrices such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 1 - 256.
Data Interconnect: See LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, Two Bay
System and connect all bays in a similar manner.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1,
bay 2, bay 3 and bay 5, bay 6, and bay 7 located on the rear
panel of the 2010DB-11, 2010DB-12
, 2010DB-21,
2010DB-22
, 2010DB-31, and 2010DB-32
are
grouped by fours and identified by their icons.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-21 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 257 - 512.
Each 2024VOM-1 is similarly grouped with three sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fourth section of four
BNCs is used for video output connections. See Figure 21,
Video Output Module, page 9.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-31 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 513 - 768.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the top most
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DR-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
top most input BNC, labeled 1 for the 2024VOM-1 in bay 4,
for output 1, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 769 - 960, and four
2024VOM-1 modules for outputs 1 - 16.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 of
the first bay and connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1
for outputs 5-8. Continue in this manner until all 16
connections of the 2010DB-11 panel are connected to all of the
2024VOM-1 modules.
From the rear of bay five, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-12 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay eight, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 1 - 256.
Connect bay 2 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 modules
of bay 4 for video outputs 1-16, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay six, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-22 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay eight, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 257 - 512.
Connect bay 3 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 modules
of bay 4 for video outputs1-16, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 5 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 modules
of bay 8 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay seven, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-32 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay eight, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 513 - 768.
Connect bay 6 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 modules
of bay 8 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 7 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 modules
of bay 8 for video outputs17-32, matching icon to icon.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
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If there are less than eight 2024VOMs in the system the
remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, Two
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
Video Output Connections: See LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, Two
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
In the Appendix, see Figure A11, Level 2 - 960 X 32, Eight
Bay System.
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LEVEL 2 - 1024 X 32, Nine Bay System
From the rear of bay nine, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by eight
2024VOM-2 modules, installed left to right, for outputs 1 - 32.
A nine bay, Level 2 system allows a maximum of 1024 video
inputs switched to a maximum 32 video outputs. Bays one
through eight each consists of 256 video inputs, and bay nine
consists of the first 32 video outputs.
Smaller matrices such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay nine, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 1 - 256.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Data Interconnect: See LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, Two Bay
System and connect all bays in a similar manner.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-21 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay nine, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 257 - 512.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1,
bay 2, bay 3 and bay 5, bay 6, and bay 7 located on the rear
panel of the 2010DB-11, 2010DB-12
, 2010DB-21,
2010DB-22
, 2010DB-31, and 2010DB-32
are
grouped by fours and identified by their icons.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-31 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay nine, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 513 - 768.
Each 2024VOM-2 is similarly grouped with four sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fifth section of four
BNCs, in the lower left corner, is used for video outputs. The
left most 2024VOM-2 module is assigned to outputs 1 - 4, the
next for outputs 5 - 8, etc. See Figure 22, Video Output
Module, page 9.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-41 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay nine, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 769 - 1024.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the topmost
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
2024VOM-2 in bay 9, for output 1, matching icon to icon .
From the rear of bay five, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-12 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay nine, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 1 - 256.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-2.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 and
connect these to the second 2024VOM-2 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-11 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-2 modules
for outputs 1 - 16.
From the rear of bay six, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-22 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay nine, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 257 - 512.
Connect bay 5 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-2 modules
of bay 9 for video outputs 17 - 32, matching icon to icon.
Connect the top most BNC from bay 2 on the 2010DB-21
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-2 in bay 9, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay seven, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-32 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay nine, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 513 - 768.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB21 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the 2024VOM-2.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-21 and
connect these to the second 2024VOM-2 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-21 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-2 modules
for outputs 1-16.
From the rear of bay eight, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-42 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay nine, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 769-1024.
Connect bay 6 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-2 modules
of bay 9 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
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Connect the topmost BNC from bay 3 on the 2010DB-31
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-2 in bay 9, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB31 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the 2024VOM-2.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-31 and
connect these to the second 2024VOM-2 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-31 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-2 modules
for outputs 1-16.
Connect bay 7 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-2 modules
of bay 9 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
Connect the top most BNC from bay 4 on the 2010DB-41
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-2 in bay 9, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB41 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the 2024VOM-2.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-41 and
connect these to the second 2024VOM-2 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-41 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-2 modules
for outputs 1 - 16.
Connect bay 8 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-2 modules
of bay 9 for video outputs 17 - 32, matching icon to icon.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
If there are less than eight 2024VOM-2 modules in the system
the remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 2 - 192 X 32, Four
Bay System and connect all bays in a similar manner.
Video Output Connections: Each 2024VOM-2 has a rear
panel with 20 BNCs. The right most module is assigned to
outputs 1-4. The next module is for outputs 5-8, etc. (The
modules are numbered 1-4, 5-8, etc.) Connect video outputs to
any device that accepts standard video such as monitors or
video recorders.
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LEVEL 3 SYSTEMS
2010PS rear panel in bay 2. Connect a 75-ohm coaxial cable
from the DATA OUT BNC of bay 2 to the DATA IN BNC
2010PS rear panel in bay 3. Connect a 75 ohm BNC terminator
(supplied with the CPU) to the Data OUT BNC of bay 3.
Level 3 systems use up to fourteen 2010 matrix switching bays
each with the 2010PS Power Supply Module and 2010DB-XX
Data Buffer module. Level 3 systems can consist of up to 192,
448, 704, 768, 960, or 1024 video inputs and up to 48 video
outputs, arranged as 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, and 14 bay systems.
Video Input Connections: The 2016AVIM-2 is identified
with the camera input icon.
For a Level 3 system with Video Loss Detection capability, the
video output for monitor 48 is replaced by the Video Loss
Detection function in the 2010DBVL Module. Since each
2010DBVL can detect video losses for a maximum of 256
cameras, an additional 2010DBVL Module is required for each
block of 256 cameras. The camera bays that contain video
outputs for monitors 32 through 47 would use a 2010DBVL13, a 2010DBVL-23, a 2010DBVL-33 and a 2010DBVL-43
for each respective group of 256 cameras. In a multi-bay
system where the last bay contains both camera modules and
monitor modules, that bay would use a 2010DBVL-00 module.
In a fourteen-bay system, the last two bays are monitor bays
and would use the 2010DB-00 Module, not the 2010DBVL.
The starting camera number for the particular VIM is located
at the top BNC. Each 2016AVIM-2 includes 8 BNCs for video
input connections, a coaxial ribbon connector, labeled OUT,
for video interconnection, and one 16 conductor coaxial ribbon
cable. See Figure 17, Video Input Module, page 8.
The 2016AVIM-3 is identified with the camera input icon. The
starting camera number for the particular VIM is located at the
top BNC. Each 2016AVIM-3 includes 8 BNCs for video input
connections, two coaxial ribbon connectors, labeled IN and
OUT and one 75 ohm terminator. See Figure 18, page 9.
LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three Bay System
A three bay, Level 3 Systems allows a maximum of 192 video
inputs switched to a maximum 48 video outputs. Bay one
consists of 192 video inputs switched to video outputs 1-16,
bay two consists of 192 video inputs switched to video outputs
17-32 and bay 3 consists of 192 video inputs switched to video
outputs 33-48.
The 2016AVIM-4 is identified with the camera input icon. The
starting camera number for the particular VIM is located at the
top of rear panel. Each 2016AVIM-4 includes two coaxial
ribbon connectors, labeled IN and OUT, for video
interconnection, and one 16 conductor coaxial ribbon cable.
Connect one end of the supplied coaxial ribbon cable to the
coaxial ribbon connector labeled "OUT" of the 2016AVIM-2.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-2 modules and four 2024VOM-1 modules,
inputs 1-192, outputs 1-16.
NOTE: Tighten the two connector screws alternately to
keep the connectors aligned. Tightening on one side only
may damage the connector. Alternate between each side.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-3 modules and four 2024VOM-1 modules,
inputs 1-192, outputs 17-32.
Connect the other end of the coaxial ribbon cable to the coaxial
ribbon connector labeled "IN" of the 2016AVIM-3 following
the alternating turn method noted above. Connect one end of
the second coaxial ribbon cable supplied with the 2016AVIM-4
to the coaxial ribbon connector labeled OUT of the
2016AVIM-3. Connect the other end of the ribbon cable to the
coaxial ribbon connector labeled IN of the 2016AVIM-4
following the alternating turn method above. Place a 75 ohm
terminator (P/N2016 TERM) in the coaxial ribbon connector
labeled OUT of the 2016AVIM-4. Continue in this manner for
each 2016AVIM pair. A pair meaning the upper and lower
halves of multiples of 16; for example, 1 to 8 and 9 to 16 being
a pair, 17 to 24 and 25 to 32 also being a pair.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-4 modules and four 2024VOM-1 modules,
inputs 1-192, outputs 33-48.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
In succession, connect the video inputs to the 2016AVIM-2
and 2016AVIM -3 module pairs. Connect eight video inputs to
2016AVIM-2 and the next eight video inputs to 2016AVIM-3.
Continue in this fashion until all video inputs are connected.
Data Interconnect: Connect a 75-ohm coaxial cable from the
DATALINE-1 output on the AD1024 CPU, to the DATA IN
BNC of bay 1. Connect a 75-ohm coaxial cable from the
DATA OUT BNC of bay 1 to the DATA IN BNC on the
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Unused video inputs do not require any external connection or
termination, and may be left open.
12 and -13 respectively, are grouped by fours and identified by
the icon.
Video Output Connections: Each 2024VOM-1 has a rear
panel with 16 BNCs. The bottom four BNCs are used for
video output connections. The left-most module is assigned to
outputs 1-4, the next for outputs 5-7, etc. Connect the video
outputs to any device that accepts standard video such as
monitors or video recorders. Bay one contains the 2024VOMs
for outputs 1-16, bay two for outputs 17-32 and bay three for
outputs 33-48.
Each 2024VOM-1 is similarly grouped with three sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fourth section of four
BNCs is used for video output connections. The left-most
2024VOM-1 module is assigned to outputs 1-4, the next for
outputs 5-8, etc. See Figure 21, Video Output Module, page 9.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the topmost
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
2024VOM-1 in bay 4, for output 1, matching icon to icon
.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 of
the first bay and connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1
for outputs 5-8. Continue in this manner until all 16
connections of the 2010DB-11 panel are connected to the
2024VOM-1s for outputs 1 - 16.
In the Appendix, see Figure A12, 192 X48, Three Bay System.
LEVEL 3 - 256 X 48, Four Bay System
A four bay, Level 3 system allows a maximum of 256 video
inputs switched to a maximum 48 video outputs. Bays one
through three consists of 256 video inputs, and bay four
consists of 48 video outputs.
Connect the topmost BNC from bay 2 on the 2010DB-12
panel, numbered 17, to the 2024VOM-1 in bay 4, for output
17, matching icon to icon
. Continue in this manner until
connections 17 - 20 of the 2010DB-12 panel are connected to
inputs 17 - 20 of the fifth 2024VOM-1. Proceed to the next
group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-12 of the second bay and
connect these four to the sixth 2024VOM-1 for outputs 21-24.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-12 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-1s for
outputs 17 - 32.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 1-256.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-12 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 1-256.
Connect the topmost BNC from bay 3 on the 2010DB-13
panel, numbered 33, to the 2024VOM-1 in bay 4, for output
33, matching icon to icon
. Continue in this manner until
connections 33 - 36 of the 2010DB-13 panel are connected to
inputs 33 - 36 of the ninth 2024VOM-1. Proceed to the next
group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-13 of the third bay and
connect these four to the tenth 2024VOM-1 for outputs 37 40. Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-13 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-1s for
outputs 33 - 48.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-13 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 1-256.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2024VOM-1 modules, installed left to right, for outputs
1-48.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
Smaller matrices such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
If there are less than twelve 2024VOM-1s in the system the
remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three
Bay System and connect all bays in a similar manner.
Data Interconnect: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three Bay
System and connect all bays in a similar manner.
Video Output Connections: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three
Bay System and connect all bays in a similar manner.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1,
bay 2, and bay 3 located on the rear panel of the 2010DB-11, -
In the Appendix, see Figure A13, 256 X 48, Four Bay System.
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LEVEL 3 - 448 X 48, Six Bay System
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1,
bay 3, and bay 5 located on the rear panel of the 2010DB-11, 12, and -13 respectively, are grouped by fours and identified by
the icon.
A six bay, Level 3 systems allows a maximum of 448 video
inputs switched to a maximum 48 video outputs. Bay one
consists of 256 video inputs, bay two consists of 192 video
inputs with the first group 16 video outputs, bay three consists
of 256 video inputs, bay four consists of 192 video inputs with
the second group 16 video outputs, bay five consists of 256
video inputs, bay six consists of 192 video inputs with the third
group 16 video outputs.
Each 2024VOM-1 is similarly grouped with three sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fourth section of four
BNCs is used for video output connections. The left most
2024VOM-1 module is assigned to outputs 1-4, the next for
outputs 5-8, etc.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay two, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 1-256.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the top-most
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
2024VOM-1 in bay 2, for output 1, matching icon to icon
.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 of
the first bay and connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1
in the second bay for outputs 5-8. Continue in this manner
until all 16 connections of the 2010DB-11 panel are connected
to the 2024VOM-1s for outputs 1-16.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 257-448, and four
2024VOM-1 modules, outputs 1-16.
Connect the top-most BNC from bay 3 on the 2010DB-12
panel, numbered 17, to the 2024VOM-1 in bay 4, for output
17, matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until
connections 17-20 of the 2010DB-12 panel are connected to
inputs 17-20 of the first 2024VOM-1 of the fourth bay.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-12
panel of the third bay and connect these four to the second
2024VOM-1 of the fourth bay for outputs 21-24. Continue in
this manner until all 16 connections of the 2010DB-12 panel
are connected to the 2024VOM-1s in the fourth bay for outputs
17-32.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-12 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the video output modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 1-256.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 257-448, and four
2024VOM-1 modules, outputs 17-32.
Connect the top-most BNC from bay 5 on the 2010DB-13
panel, numbered 33, to the 2024VOM-1 in bay 6, for output
33, matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until
connections 33-36 of the 2010DB-13 panel are connected to
inputs 33-36 of the first 2024VOM-1 of the sixth bay. Proceed
to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-13 of the fifth
bay and connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1 of the
sixth bay for outputs 37-40. Continue in this manner until all
16 connections of the 2010DB-13 panel are connected to the
2024VOM-1s in the sixth bay for outputs 33-48. See
Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections.
From the rear of bay five, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-13 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the video output modules in bay six, followed by
sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 1-256.
From the rear of bay six, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 257-448, and four
2024VOM-1 modules, outputs 33-48.
Smaller matrices such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
If there are less than twelve 2024VOM-1s in the system, the
remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
Data Interconnect: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three Bay
System and connect all bays in a similar manner.
Video Output Connections: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three
Bay System.
In the Appendix, see Figure A14, 448 X 48, Six Bay System.
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LEVEL 3 - 512 X 48, Seven Bay System
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1
through 6, located on the rear panel of the 2010DB-11, -12,
-13,
and -21, -22, and -23
respectively, are
grouped by fours and are identified by their icons.
A seven bay, Level 3 system allows a maximum of 512 video
inputs switched to a maximum 48 video outputs. Bays one
through six consists of 256 video inputs, and bay seven
consists of 48 video outputs.
Each 2024VOM-1 is similarly grouped with three sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. The left-most 2024VOM-1
module is assigned to outputs 1 - 4, the next for outputs 5 - 8,
etc. See Figure 21, page 9, Video Output Module.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay seven, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 1-256.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the topmost
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
2024VOM-1 in bay 7, for output 1, matching icon to icon
.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 of
the first bay and connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1
for outputs 5-8. Continue in this manner until all 16
connections of the 2010DB-11 panel are connected to the
2024VOM-1s for outputs 1-16.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-21 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay seven, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 257-512.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-12 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay seven, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 1-256.
Connect bay 3 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
7 for video outputs 17 - 32, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 5 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
7 for video outputs 33-48, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-22 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay seven, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 257-512.
Connect the topmost BNC from bay 2 on the 2010DB-21
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-1 in bay 7, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until
connections 1-4 of the 2010DB-12 panel are connected to
inputs 1-4 of the 2024VOM-1. Proceed to the next group of
four BNCs on the 2010DB-12 and connect these four to the
second 2024VOM-1 for outputs 5-8. Continue in this manner
until all 16 connections of the 2010DB-12 panel are connected
to the 2024VOM-1s for outputs 1-16.
From the rear of bay five, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-13 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay seven, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 1-256.
From the rear of bay six, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-23 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay seven, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 257-512.
Connect bay 4 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
7 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay seven, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2024VOM-1 modules, installed left to right, for outputs
1-48.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
Connect bay 6 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
7 for video outputs 33-48, matching icon to icon.
If there are less than twelve 2024VOM-1s in the system the
remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
Smaller matrices such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Video Output Connections: All video outputs are located in
bay 7. See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three Bay System and
connect in a similar manner.
Data Interconnect: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three Bay
System and connect all bays in a similar manner.
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LEVEL 3- 704 X 48, Nine Bay System
From the rear of bay eight, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-23 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay nine, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 257-512.
A nine bay, Level 3 system allows a maximum of 704 video
inputs switched to a maximum 48 video outputs. Bays one,
two, four, five, seven, and eight consists of 256 video inputs
each. Bay three consists of 192 video inputs with the first
group of 16 video outputs. Bay six consists of 192 video
inputs with the second group 16 video outputs. Bay nine
consists of 192 video inputs with the third group 16 video
outputs.
From the rear of bay nine, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 513-704, and four
2024VOM-1 modules, outputs 33-48.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay three, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 1-256.
Smaller matrices such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-21 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay three, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 257-512.
Data Interconnect: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, three bay
system and connect all bays in a similar manner.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bays 1,
2, 4, 5, 7 and 8 located on the rear panel of the 2010DB-11,
-12, -13
and -21, -22, and -23
respectively, are
grouped by fours and identified by their icon(s).
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 513-704, and four
2024VOM-1 modules, outputs 1-16.
Each 2024VOM-1 is similarly grouped with three sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fourth section of four
BNCs is used for video output connections. The left-most
2024VOM-1 module is assigned to outputs 1 - 4, the next for
outputs 5 - 8, etc. See Figure 21, Video Output Module, page
9.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-12 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay six, followed by
sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 1-256.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the topmost
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
2024VOM-1 in bay 3, for output 1, matching icon to icon
.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 of
the first bay and connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1
for outputs 5-8. Continue in this manner until all 16
connections of the 2010DB-11 panel are connected to the
2024VOM-1s for outputs 1 - 16.
From the rear of bay five, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-22 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay six, followed by
sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 257-512.
From the rear of bay six, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 513-704, and four
2024VOM-1 modules, outputs 17-32.
Connect bay 4 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
6 for video outputs 17 - 32, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay seven, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-13 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay nine, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 1-256.
Connect bay 7 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
9 for video outputs 33 - 48, matching icon to icon.
Connect the topmost BNC from bay 2 on the 2010DB-21
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-1 in bay 3, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
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Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB12 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the 2024VOM-1 of bay
3. Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-12
and connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1 for outputs
5-8. Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-21 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-1's for
outputs 1-16.
Connect bay 5 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1 of bay 6
for video outputs 17 - 32, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 8 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
9 for video outputs 33 - 48, matching icon to icon.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
If there are less than twelve 2024VOM-1s in the system the
remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
Video Output Connections: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
In the Appendix, see Figure A15, 704 X 48, Nine Bay System.
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LEVEL 3 - 768 X 48, Ten Bay System
From the rear of bay nine, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-33 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay ten, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 513-768.
A seven bay, Level 3 system allows a maximum of 768 video
inputs switched to a maximum 48 video outputs. Bays one
through nine consists of 256 video inputs, and bay ten consists
of 48 video outputs.
From the rear of bay ten, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2024VOM-1 modules, installed left to right, for outputs
1-48.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay ten, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 1-256.
Smaller matrices such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-21 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay ten, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 257-512.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Data Interconnect: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three Bay
System and connect all bays in a similar manner.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-31 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay ten, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 513-768.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1,
through 9 located on the rear panel of the 2010DB-11, -12, -13,
, -21, -22, -23,
, and on rear panels -31,-32, and
-33
respectively.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-12 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay ten, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 1-256.
They are grouped by fours and identified by their icons.
Each 2024VOM-1 is similarly grouped with three sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fourth section of four
BNCs is used for video output connections. The left-most
2024VOM-1 module is assigned to outputs 1 - 4, the next for
outputs 5 - 8, etc. See Figure 21, page 9.
From the rear of bay five, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-22 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay ten, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 257-512.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the topmost
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
2024VOM-1 in bay 10, for output 1, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay six, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-32 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay ten, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 513-768.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 of
the first bay and connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1
of bay 10 for outputs 5-8. Continue in this manner until all 16
connections of the 2010DB-11 panel are connected to the
2024VOM-1s for outputs 1-16.
From the rear of bay seven, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-13 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay ten, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 1-256.
Connect bay 4 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
10 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay eight, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-23 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay ten, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 257-512.
Connect bay 7 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
10 for video outputs 33-48, matching icon to icon.
Connect the top-most BNC from bay 2 on the 2010DB-21
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-1 in bay 10, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
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Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB12 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the 2024VOM-1.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-12 and
connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-21 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-1 modules
for outputs 1 - 16.
Connect bay 5 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
10 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 8 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
10 for video outputs 33-48, matching icon to icon.
Connect the topmost BNC from bay 3 on the 2010DB-31
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-1 in bay 10, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB31 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the 2024VOM-1.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-12 and
connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1 of bay 10 for
outputs 5-8. Continue in this manner until all 16 connections
of the 2010DB-31 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-1s for
outputs 1-16.
Connect bay 6 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
10 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 9 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
10 for video outputs 33-48, matching icon to icon.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
If there are less than twelve 2024VOM-1s in the system the
remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
Video Output Connections: All video outputs are located in
bay 4. See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three Bay System and
connect in a similar manner.
In the Appendix, see Figure A16, 768 X 48, Ten Bay System.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
LEVEL 3 - 960 X 48, Twelve Bay System
twelve 2016AVIM-3 modules and four 2024VOM-1 modules,
inputs 769-960 and outputs 17-32.
The twelve bay Level 3 system allows a maximum of 960
video inputs switched to a maximum 48 video outputs. Bays
one, two, three, five, six, seven , nine, ten and eleven consists
of 256 video inputs each, bay four consists of 192 video inputs
with the first group 16 video outputs, bay eight consists of 192
video inputs with the second group 16 video outputs, bay
twelve consists of 192 video inputs with the third group 16
video outputs.
From the rear of bay nine, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-13 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay twelve,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 1-256.
From the rear of bay ten, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-23 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay twelve,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 257-512.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 1-256.
From the rear of bay eleven, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-33 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay twelve,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 513-768.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-21 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 257-512.
From the rear of bay twelve, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-4 modules and four 2024VOM-1 modules,
inputs 769-960 and outputs 33-48.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-31 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay four, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 513-768.
Smaller matrices such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
twelve 2016AVIM-2 modules and four 2024VOM-1 modules,
inputs 769-960 and outputs 1-16.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Data Interconnect: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, three bay
system and connect all bays in a similar manner.
From the rear of bay five, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-12 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay eight, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 1-256.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bays 1, 2,
3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 and 11 located on the rear panel of the
2010DB-11, -12, -13
, 2010DB-21, -22, -23
, and
2010DB-31, -32, -33
respectively.
From the rear of bay six, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-22 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay eight, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 257-512.
They are grouped by fours and identified by their icons.
Each 2024VOM-1 is similarly grouped with three sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fourth section of four
BNCs is used for video output connections. The left-most
2024VOM-1 module is assigned to outputs 1 - 4, the next for
outputs 5 - 8, etc. See Figure 21, Video Output Module, page
9.
From the rear of bay seven, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-32 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-1 modules in bay eight, followed
by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 513-768.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the top-most
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
2024VOM-1 in bay 4, for output 1, matching icon to icon.
From the rear of bay eight, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by
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Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-1 of
bay 4. Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the
2010DB-11 of the first bay and connect these four to the
second 2024VOM-1 for outputs 5-8. Continue in this manner
until all 16 connections of the 2010DB-11 panel are connected
to the 2024VOM-1 modules.
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
Video Output Connections: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, Three
Bay System and connect in a similar manner.
Connect bay 5 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
8 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 9 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
12 for video outputs 33-48, matching icon to icon.
Connect the topmost BNC from bay 2 on the 2010DB-21
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-1 in bay 4, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB21 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the 2024VOM-1 of bay
4. Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-21
and connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1 for outputs
5-8. Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-21 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-1s for
outputs 1-16.
Connect bay 6 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
8 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 10 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
12 for video outputs 33-48, matching icon to icon.
Connect the top-most BNC from bay 3 on the 2010DB-31
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-1 in bay 4, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB31 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the 2024VOM-1.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-31 and
connect these four to the second 2024VOM-1 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-31 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-1s for
outputs 1-16.
Connect bay 7 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
8 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 11 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-1s of bay
12 for video outputs 33-48, matching icon to icon.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
If there are less than eight 2024VOM-1s in the system the
remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
LEVEL 3 - 1024 X 48, Fourteen Bay System
From the rear of bay nine, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-13 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay fourteen,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 1-256.
A fourteen bay, Level 3 System allows a maximum of 1024
video inputs switched to a maximum 48 video outputs. Bays
one through twelve consists of 256 video inputs, and bay
thirteen consists of the first 32 video outputs and bay 14
consists of the second group of 16 video outputs.
From the rear of bay ten, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-23 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules, in bay fourteen
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 257-512.
From the rear of bay one, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-11 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay thirteen,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 1-256.
From the rear of bay eleven, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS the next module is the 2010DB-33 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay fourteen,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 513-768.
From the rear of bay two, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-21 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay thirteen,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 257-512.
From the rear of bay twelve, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-43 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay fourteen,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-4 modules, inputs 769-1024.
From the rear of bay three, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-31 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay thirteen,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 513-768.
From the rear of bay thirteen, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by eight
2024VOM-2 modules, installed left to right, outputs 1-32.
From the rear of bay four, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-41 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay thirteen,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-2 modules, inputs 769-1024.
From the rear of bay fourteen, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-00, followed by four
2024VOM-2 modules, installed left to right, outputs 33-48.
From the rear of bay five, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-12 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay thirteen,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 1-256.
Smaller matrices such as those ordered with future expansion
in mind, may have fewer modules installed.
From the rear of bay six, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-22 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay thirteen,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 257-512.
IDENTIFY THESE MODULES CAREFULLY
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Data Interconnect: See LEVEL 3 - 192 X 48, three bay
system and connect all bays in a similar manner.
From the rear of bay seven, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS ,the next module is the 2010DB-32 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay thirteen,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 513-768.
Video Interconnections: The 16 video outputs from bay 1,
through 12 located on the rear panel of the 2010DB-11, -12,
-13
, 2010DB-21, -22, -23
, 2010DB-31, -32,
-33
, and 2010DB-41, -42, and -43
respectively.
They are grouped by fours and identified by their icons.
From the rear of bay eight, the modules are installed at the
factory in the following manner; the far right module is the
2010PS, the next module is the 2010DB-42 with 16 BNCs for
connection to the 2024VOM-2 modules in bay thirteen,
followed by sixteen 2016AVIM-3 modules, inputs 769-1024.
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Each 2024VOM-2 is similarly grouped with four sections of
four BNCs, with identifying icons. A fifth group of four BNCs
(lower left-hand corner) is used for video output. The leftmost 2024VOM-2 module is assigned to outputs 1-4, the next
for outputs 5-8, etc. See Figure 21, page 9.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB41 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the 2024VOM-2.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-41 and
connect these to the second 2024VOM-2 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-41 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-2s for
outputs 1-16.
Using high grade RG-59U video cables, connect the top most
BNC from bay 1 on the 2010DB-11 panel, numbered 1, to the
2024VOM-2 in bay 13, for output 1, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 8 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-2s in bay
13 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB11 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the first 2024VOM-2.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-11 and
connect these to the second 2024VOM-2 for outputs 5-8.
Connect the topmost BNC from bay 9 on the 2010DB-13
panel, numbered 33, to the 2024VOM-2 in bay 14, for output
33, matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-11 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-2s for
outputs 1-16.
Continue in this manner until connections 33-36 of the
2010DB-13 panel are connected to inputs 33-36 of the
2024VOM-2 of bay 14. Proceed to the next group of four
BNCs on the 2010DB-13 and connect these four to the second
2024VOM-2 for outputs 37 - 40. Continue in this manner until
all 16 connections of the 2010DB-13 panel are connected to
the 2024VOM-2s for outputs 33-48.
Connect bay 5 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-2s in bay
13 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
Connect the topmost BNC from bay 2 on the 2010DB-21
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-2 in bay 13, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 10 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-2s of bay
14 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB21 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the 2024VOM-2.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-21 and
connect these to the second 2024VOM-2 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of the
2010DB-21 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-2s for
outputs 1-16.
Connect bay 11 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-2s of bay
14 for video outputs 33-48, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 12 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-2s for
video outputs 33-48, matching icon to icon.
Connect bay 6 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-2s in bay
13 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
See Appendix Figure A18, Video Interconnections, for
illustration of these connections.
Connect the topmost BNC from bay 3 on the 2010DB-31
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-2 in bay 13, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
If there are less than twelve 2024VOM-2s in the system the
remaining BNCs on the 2010DB-XX do not require any
connection.
Continue in this manner until connections 1-4 of the 2010DB31 panel are connected to inputs 1-4 of the 2024VOM-2.
Proceed to the next group of four BNCs on the 2010DB-31 and
connect these to the second 2024VOM-2 for outputs 5-8.
Continue in this manner until all 16 connections of
the2010DB-31 panel are connected to the 2024VOM-2s for
outputs 1-16.
Video Input Connections: See LEVEL 3 - 256 X 48, three
bay system and connect in a similar manner.
Video Output Connections: Each 2024VOM-2 has a rear
panel with 20 BNCs. The right most module is assigned to
outputs 1-4. The next module is for outputs 5-8, etc. (The
modules are numbered 1-4, 5-8, etc.) Connect video outputs to
any device that accepts standard video such as monitors or
video recorders.
Connect bay 7 in a similar manner to the 2024VOM-2s in bay
13 for video outputs 17-32, matching icon to icon.
Connect the top-most BNC from bay 4 on the 2010DB-41
panel, numbered 1, to the 2024VOM-2 in bay 13, for output 1,
matching icon to icon.
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ADULP LOOPING PANEL
ADULP Loop Panel used with AD1024 Systems
For information on the use of the AD Universal Loop Panel (ADULP) with AD1024 (or AD2050) switching systems, see
AD Universal Loop Panel Installation Instructions, Part Number 8000-0900-01.
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Appendix
A1
1
193 177
241
2
241 225 209
DATA LINE (LAN) 1
1
DATA LINE
3
161 145
2
129
4
6
7
97
2010R
113
81
65
8
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5
PORTS
49
9
33
17
1
10
1
13
9
5
1
PROG MON
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
1
120V
60Hz
256 INPUTS X 16 OUTPUTS - With No TITLES
Level 1 - 1 Bay
A2
16
1
15
16
11
12
8
4
14
13
7
6
2
3
9
10
5
1
177
161 145
129
177
113
97
81
65
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
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192 INPUTS X 16 OUTPUTS
Level 1 - 1 Bay
33
17
1
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
AD2010R
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16
1
14
15
16
11
12
6
7
8
2
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9
10
5
1
433
417 401
385
433
369
353
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DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
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209
193 177
161 145
129
113
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120 VAC
50/60 Hz
IN
DATA LINE
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
AD2010R
13
9
5
1
SYNC
225
1
SYNC
241
241
OUT
16
OUT
IN
T
E
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T DATA LINE
AD2010R
273 257
257
448 INPUTS X 16 OUTPUTS
Level 1 - 2 Bays
A4
1
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
15
16
12
16
14
13
11
9
10
689
673
657
641
689
625
609
593
577
561
545
529
513
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120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
T
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IN
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OUT
513
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
704 INPUTS X 16 OUTPUTS (Page 1)
Level 1 - 3 Bays
DATA LINE TO BAYS
VIDEO INTERCONNECT FROM CAMERA BAYS
481
465
DATA LINE TO BAYS
497
449
497
433
417
401
VIDEO INTERCONNECT TO MONITOR CARDS
385
369
16
353
337
321
305
289
273
257
177
161
145
129
113
97
81
65
49
33
17
1
5
1
IN
DATA LINE
13
13
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
9
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
193
SYNC
209
1
OUT
225
16
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
241
241
9
5
1
257
704 INPUTS X 16 OUTPUTS (Page 2)
Level 1 - 3 Bays
A5
1
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
14
15
16
11
12
16
13
9
10
945
929
913
945
897
881
865
849
833
817
801
785
769
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X
P
A
N
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I
O
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120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
T
E
S DATA LINE
T
IN
/
OUT
769
753
737
721
705
689
753
673
657
641
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
960 INPUTS X 16 OUTPUTS (Page 1)
Level 1 - 4 Bays
625
16
609
593
577
561
545
529
513
13
9
5
1
DATA LINE TO BAYS
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
513
VIDEO INTERCONNECT FROM CAMERA BAYS
481
465
DATA LINE TO BAYS
497
449
497
433
417
VIDEO INTERCONNECT TO MONITOR CARDS
401
385
369
16
353
337
321
305
289
273
257
177
161
145
129
113
97
81
65
49
33
17
1
5
1
IN
DATA LINE
13
13
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
9
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
193
SYNC
209
1
OUT
225
16
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
241
241
9
5
1
257
960 INPUTS X 16 OUTPUTS (Page 2)
Level 1 - 4 Bays
A6
1
17
16
32
9
10
11
12
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
16
15
14
13
IN
OUT
OUT
48
41
IN
64
57
OUT
IN
32
25
OUT
IN
16
9
24
23
22
21
29
30
31
32
25
26
27
28
75 OHM
TERMINATOR
20
19
18
17
9
OUT
56
49
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
OUT
40
33
OUT
24
17
64 INPUTS X 32 OUTPUTS
Level 2 - 1 Bay
OUT
8
1
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
AD2020R
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75 OHM TERMINATOR
A7
32
16
17
AD2010R
1
AD2010R
21
22
23
24
18
19
20
29
30
31
32
26
27
28
16
15
14
13
25
12
8
4
17
11
7
6
2
3
9
10
5
1
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
168
OUT
161
185
OUT
177
OUT
IN
153
OUT
145
OUT
IN
137
OUT
129
177
OUT
IN
121
OUT
113
OUT
IN
105
OUT
97
OUT
IN
89
OUT
81
OUT
IN
73
OUT
65
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
OUT
IN
57
OUT
49
OUT
IN
41
OUT
33
OUT
IN
25
OUT
17
8
1
OUT
IN
16
9
OUT
192 INPUTS X 32 OUTPUTS
Level 2 - 2 Bays
9
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
75 OHM TERMINATOR
75 OHM TERMINATOR
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A8
1
11
12
6
7
8
2
3
4
2
9
10
5
1
16
15
14
13
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IN
313
OUT
IN
297
OUT
IN
281
OUT
IN
265
31
20
19
18
17
24
23
22
21
265
30
31
32
27
28
32
29
25
26
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305
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289
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193
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177
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161
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145
OUT
129
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113
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97
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81
OUT
65
OUT
49
OUT
33
OUT
17
8
1
9
5
1
IN
DATA LINE
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
233
249
OUT
IN
217
OUT
IN
201
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
168
185
OUT
IN
153
OUT
IN
137
OUT
IN
121
16
OUT
IN
105
OUT
IN
89
OUT
IN
73
OUT
IN
57
OUT
IN
41
OUT
IN
25
OUT
IN
16
9
OUT
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
AD2010R
TERMINATOR
75 OHM
AD2010R
9
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
75 OHM TERMINATOR
29
25
21
17
13
SYNC
OUT
209
SYNC
OUT
225
16
1
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OUT
241
241
OUT
T
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T
IN
AD2020R
OUT
257
75 OHM
TERMINATOR
OUT
273
257
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
320 INPUTS X 32 OUTPUTS
Level 2 - 3 Bays
A9
1
17
16
32
16
29
30
31
32
11
12
25
26
27
28
8
21
22
23
24
4
17
18
19
20
15
14
13
7
6
2
3
9
10
5
1
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
425
OUT
417
441
OUT
433
OUT
IN
409
OUT
401
OUT
IN
393
OUT
385
433
OUT
IN
377
OUT
369
OUT
IN
361
OUT
353
OUT
IN
345
OUT
337
OUT
IN
329
OUT
321
OUT
IN
313
OUT
305
OUT
IN
297
OUT
289
OUT
IN
281
OUT
273
OUT
IN
265
OUT
257
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
16
16
75 OHM Terminator
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257
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
OUT
IN
249
OUT
241
OUT
IN
233
OUT
225
217
OUT
209
OUT
IN
448 INPUTS X 32 OUTPUTS
Level 2 - 4 Bays
OUT
IN
201
OUT
193
241
OUT
IN
185
OUT
177
OUT
IN
168
OUT
161
OUT
IN
153
OUT
145
OUT
IN
137
OUT
129
OUT
IN
121
OUT
113
OUT
IN
105
OUT
97
OUT
IN
89
OUT
81
OUT
IN
73
OUT
65
OUT
IN
57
OUT
49
OUT
IN
41
OUT
33
OUT
IN
25
OUT
17
OUT
IN
16
9
OUT
8
1
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
75 OHM
Terminator
9
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
75 OHM Terminator
29
25
21
17
13
9
5
1
1
A10
32
16
17
1
21
22
23
24
18
19
20
8
4
17
7
6
2
3
5
1
9
29
30
31
32
25
27
28
16
15
14
13
26
12
11
10
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
665
OUT
657
OUT
IN
649
OUT
641
OUT
IN
633
16
16
OUT
625
16
16
OUT
IN
617
OUT
609
75 OHM TERMINATOR
681
OUT
673
697
OUT
689
689
OUT
IN
601
OUT
593
OUT
IN
585
OUT
577
OUT
IN
569
OUT
561
OUT
IN
553
OUT
545
OUT
IN
537
OUT
529
OUT
IN
521
OUT
513
521
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
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704 INPUTS X 32 OUTPUTS (Page 1)
Level 2 - 6 Bays
DATA LINE TO BAYS
VIDEO INTERCONNECT FROM CAMERA BAYS
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
VIDEO INTERCONNECT FROM CAMERA BAYS
OUT
OUT
OUT
465
OUT
449
417
OUT
433
OUT
OUT
401
OUT
385
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
473
DATA LINE TO BAYS
489
505
OUT
IN
457
IN
OUT
OUT
425
IN
441
OUT
IN
409
OUT
IN
393
VIDEO INTERCONNECT TO MONITOR CARDS
481
497
16
16
OUT
IN
377
16
16
OUT
369
VIDEO INTERCONNECT TO MONITOR CARDS
497
OUT
IN
361
OUT
353
OUT
IN
345
OUT
337
OUT
IN
329
OUT
321
OUT
IN
313
OUT
305
OUT
IN
297
OUT
289
OUT
IN
281
OUT
273
OUT
IN
265
OUT
257
29
25
21
17
13
9
5
1
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193
OUT
177
OUT
161
OUT
145
OUT
129
OUT
113
OUT
97
OUT
81
OUT
65
OUT
49
OUT
33
OUT
17
OUT
1
IN
DATA LINE
IN
201
IN
185
IN
168
IN
153
IN
137
IN
121
IN
105
IN
89
IN
73
IN
57
IN
41
IN
25
IN
9
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
75 OHM TERMINATOR
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
29
25
21
17
IN
DATA LINE
9
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
IN
217
SYNC
IN
233
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
OUT
IN
249
13
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
265
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
9
5
1
SYNC
OUT
209
SYNC
OUT
225
1
OUT
OUT
241
241
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
257
704 INPUTS X 32 OUTPUTS (Page 2)
Level 2 - 6 Bays
1
32
A11
21
22
17
18
24
8
4
20
7
3
23
6
2
19
5
1
31
32
27
28
30
16
12
29
15
11
25
14
26
13
9
10
937
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
929
953
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945
OUT
IN
921
OUT
913
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897
OUT
IN
905
945
OUT
IN
889
OUT
881
OUT
IN
873
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865
OUT
IN
857
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849
OUT
IN
841
OUT
833
OUT
IN
825
OUT
817
OUT
IN
809
OUT
801
OUT
IN
793
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785
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IN
777
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769
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
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769
OUT
IN
761
OUT
753
OUT
IN
729
OUT
721
OUT
IN
713
OUT
705
OUT
IN
697
OUT
689
OUT
IN
681
OUT
673
75 OHM TERMINATOR
OUT
IN
745
OUT
737
753
OUT
IN
665
OUT
657
OUT
IN
649
OUT
641
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
OUT
IN
633
16
OUT
625
16
960 INPUTS X 32 OUTPUTS (Page 1)
Level 2 - 8 Bays
OUT
IN
617
OUT
609
OUT
IN
601
OUT
593
OUT
IN
585
OUT
577
OUT
IN
569
OUT
561
OUT
IN
553
OUT
545
OUT
IN
537
OUT
529
OUT
IN
521
OUT
513
29
25
21
17
13
9
5
1
DATA LINE TO BAYS
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
521
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
513
VIDEO INTERCONECT FROM CAMERA BAYS
OUT
489
IN
OUT
OUT
505
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
473
OUT
465
DATA LINE TO BAYS
481
497
OUT
IN
457
OUT
449
497
425
441
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
417
433
VIDEO INTERCONECT TO MONITOR CARDS
OUT
IN
409
OUT
401
OUT
IN
393
OUT
385
OUT
IN
377
16
OUT
369
16
OUT
IN
361
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353
OUT
IN
345
OUT
337
OUT
IN
329
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321
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IN
313
OUT
305
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297
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289
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281
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273
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265
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257
29
25
21
17
13
9
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193
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177
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161
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145
OUT
129
OUT
113
OUT
97
OUT
81
OUT
65
OUT
49
OUT
33
OUT
17
OUT
1
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DATA LINE
IN
201
IN
185
IN
168
IN
153
IN
137
IN
121
IN
105
IN
89
IN
73
IN
57
IN
41
IN
25
IN
9
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
29
25
21
17
IN
DATA LINE
9
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
IN
217
SYNC
IN
233
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
OUT
IN
249
16
13
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
265
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
9
5
1
SYNC
OUT
209
1
SYNC
OUT
225
16
OUT
OUT
241
241
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
257
960 INPUTS X 32 OUTPUTS (PAGE 2)
Level 2 - 8 Bays
A12
48
32
16
33
AD2010R
17
AD2010R
1
AD2010R
37
38
39
40
36
24
20
35
23
34
22
19
33
21
18
46
47
48
43
44
32
28
42
31
45
30
27
41
29
25
16
15
14
13
26
12
8
4
17
11
7
6
2
3
9
10
5
1
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
OUT
IN
OUT
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185
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177
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
168
OUT
161
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
153
OUT
145
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OUT
IN
137
OUT
129
177
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OUT
IN
121
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113
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IN
OUT
IN
105
OUT
97
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IN
OUT
IN
89
OUT
81
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IN
OUT
IN
73
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65
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OUT
IN
57
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49
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OUT
IN
41
OUT
33
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
25
OUT
17
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
16
9
OUT
8
1
192 INPUTS X 48 OUTPUTS
Level 3 - 3 Bays
9
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
IN
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
75 OHM TERMINATOR
75 OHM TERMINATOR
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A13
1
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
18
19
20
14
15
16
2
12
17
13
11
9
10
24
23
22
21
28
27
26
25
32
31
30
29
47
36
35
34
33
40
39
38
37
48
44
43
42
41
DATA LINE (LAN)1 FROM CPU
48
47
46
45
IN
OUT
AD2010R
75 OHM TERMINATOR
256
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OUT
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IN
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233
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225
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249
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241
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OUT
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217
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209
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IN
OUT
IN
201
OUT
193
177
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OUT
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185
OUT
241
161
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IN
OUT
IN
168
OUT
256 INPUTS X 48 OUTPUTS
Level 3 - 4 Bays
OUT
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OUT
IN
153
OUT
145
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
137
OUT
129
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IN
OUT
IN
97
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IN
OUT
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105
OUT
16
16
121
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113
16
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89
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81
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73
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65
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57
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49
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41
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33
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25
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17
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16
9
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8
1
45
41
37
33
29
25
21
17
13
9
5
1
IN
75 OHM
TERMINATOR
AD2010R
OUT
DATA LINE
IN
9
AD2010R
AD2010R
OUT
DATA LINE
IN
OUT
DATA LINE
1
A14
48
17
1
40
48
44
46
38
34
36
45
41
42
37
33
47
32
28
24
20
43
31
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39
30
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35
29
25
26
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18
16
12
8
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409
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425
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401
441
417
433
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OUT
IN
393
OUT
385
433
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
377
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369
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IN
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IN
361
OUT
353
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
345
OUT
337
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OUT
IN
329
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321
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OUT
IN
313
OUT
305
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OUT
IN
297
OUT
289
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
281
OUT
273
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IN
OUT
IN
265
OUT
257
IN
OUT
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217
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OUT
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201
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193
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185
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177
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168
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161
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153
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145
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137
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129
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121
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113
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105
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97
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89
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81
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73
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65
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57
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49
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41
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33
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25
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17
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OUT
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16
9
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8
1
41
37
33
29
25
21
17
13
9
5
1
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DATA LINE
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
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DATA LINE
9
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
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OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
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120 VAC
50/60 Hz
75 OHM TERM
45
SYNC
IN
OUT
IN
233
OUT
209
SYNC
IN
OUT
IN
249
OUT
225
1
OUT
16
16
OUT
241
241
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
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DATA LINE
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
16
75 OHM TERMINATOR
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448 INPUTS X 48 OUTPUTS
Level 3 - 6 Bays
A15
17
33
48
1
32
16
40
38
34
39
37
33
36
24
20
35
23
22
19
21
18
8
17
7
4
6
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45
46
47
48
41
43
44
32
28
42
31
30
27
29
25
12
26
16
11
14
15
13
9
10
IN
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IN
IN
681
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673
IN
697
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689
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IN
OUT
IN
649
OUT
641
OUT
IN
16
16
OUT
IN
633
16
16
OUT
625
16
16
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
617
OUT
609
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
601
OUT
593
75 OHM TERMINATOR
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
665
OUT
657
689
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
585
OUT
577
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
569
OUT
561
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
553
OUT
545
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
537
OUT
529
704 INPUTS X 48 OUTPUTS (Page 1)
OUT
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IN
521
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513
521
120 VAC
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SYNC
120 VAC
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Level 3 - 9 Bays
DATA LINE TO BAYS
VIDEO INTERCONECT FROM CAMERA BAYS
VIDEO INTERCONECT FROM CAMERA BAYS
VIDEO INTERCONECT FROM CAMERA BAYS
VIDEO INTERCONECT FROM CAMERA BAYS
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
VIDEO INTERCONECT FROM CAMERA BAYS
VIDEO INTERCONECT FROM CAMERA BAYS
OUT
OUT
OUT
401
OUT
385
OUT
369
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
473
OUT
IN
457
OUT
IN
441
OUT
IN
425
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IN
409
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393
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DATA LINE TO BAYS
IN
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
VIDEO INTERCONECT TO MONITOR CARDS
VIDEO INTERCONECT TO MONITOR CARDS
489
505
OUT
IN
16
16
OUT
IN
377
16
OUT
417
433
VIDEO INTERCONECT TO MONITOR CARDS
OUT
449
16
OUT
OUT
465
16
16
VIDEO INTERCONECT TO MONITOR CARDS
481
497
VIDEO INTERCONECT TO MONITOR CARDS
VIDEO INTERCONECT TO MONITOR CARDS
497
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
361
OUT
353
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
345
OUT
337
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
329
OUT
321
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
313
OUT
305
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
297
OUT
289
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
281
OUT
273
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
265
OUT
257
45
41
37
33
29
25
21
17
13
9
5
1
OUT
193
OUT
177
OUT
161
OUT
145
OUT
129
OUT
113
OUT
97
OUT
81
OUT
65
OUT
49
OUT
33
OUT
17
OUT
1
IN
DATA LINE
IN
201
IN
185
IN
168
IN
153
IN
137
IN
121
IN
105
IN
89
IN
73
IN
57
IN
41
IN
25
IN
9
IN
DATA LINE
9
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
45
41
37
33
29
IN
DATA LINE
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
IN
OUT
SYNC
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
25
21
17
SYNC
IN
217
SYNC
IN
233
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
OUT
IN
249
13
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
265
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
9
5
1
SYNC
OUT
209
SYNC
OUT
225
1
OUT
OUT
241
241
Level 3 - 9 Bays
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
257
704 INPUTS X 48 OUTPUTS (Page 2)
A16
1
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
9
2
12
11
10
17
18
19
20
13
14
15
16
24
23
22
21
28
27
26
25
32
31
30
29
47
36
35
34
33
40
39
38
37
44
43
42
41
48
47
46
45
48
DATA LINE (LAN) 1 FROM CPU
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
75 OHM TERMINATOR
E
X
P
A
N
S
I
O
N
T
E
S DATA LINE
T
IN
/
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
745
OUT
737
IN
761
OUT
753
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
729
OUT
721
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
713
OUT
705
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
697
OUT
689
753
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
681
OUT
673
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
665
OUT
657
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
649
OUT
641
768 INPUTS X 48 OUTPUTS (Page 1)
Level 3 - 10 Bays
OUT
IN
16
OUT
IN
633
16
OUT
625
16
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
617
OUT
609
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
601
OUT
593
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
585
OUT
577
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
569
OUT
561
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
553
OUT
545
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
537
OUT
529
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
521
OUT
513
45
41
37
33
29
25
21
17
13
9
5
1
DATA LINE TO BAYS
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
521
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
513
VIDEO INTERCONECT FROM CAMERA BAYS
OUT
489
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
505
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
473
OUT
465
DATA LINE TO BAYS
481
497
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
457
OUT
449
497
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
441
OUT
433
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
425
OUT
417
VIDEO INTERCONECT TO MONITOR CARDS
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
409
OUT
401
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
393
OUT
385
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
361
OUT
353
16
OUT
IN
377
16
OUT
369
16
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
345
OUT
337
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
329
OUT
321
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
313
OUT
305
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
297
OUT
289
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
281
OUT
273
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
265
OUT
257
45
41
37
33
29
25
21
17
13
9
5
1
OUT
193
OUT
177
OUT
161
OUT
145
OUT
129
OUT
113
OUT
97
OUT
81
OUT
65
OUT
49
OUT
33
OUT
17
OUT
1
IN
DATA LINE
IN
201
IN
185
IN
168
IN
153
IN
137
IN
121
IN
105
IN
89
IN
73
IN
57
IN
41
IN
25
IN
9
IN
DATA LINE
9
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
16
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
45
41
37
33
29
IN
DATA LINE
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
SYNC
IN
OUT
SYNC
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
25
21
17
SYNC
IN
217
SYNC
IN
233
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
OUT
IN
249
16
13
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
265
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
9
5
1
SYNC
OUT
209
1
SYNC
OUT
225
16
OUT
OUT
241
241
OUT
IN
DATA LINE
257
768 INPUTS X 48 OUTPUTS (Page 2)
Level 3 - 10 Bays
64 INPUTS X 128 OUTPUTS
Level 8 - 4 Bays
9
57
48
64
IN
16
1
OUT
25
41
IN
OUT
OUT
49
16
32
IN
1
9
56
33
40
1
17
8
24
IN
OUT
OUT
1
5
9
13
17
21
25
29
2
6
10
14
18
22
26
30
3
7
11
15
19
23
27
31
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
OUT
OUT
OUT
T
E
S
T
IN
/
DATA LINE
E
X
P
A
N
S
I
O
N
OUT
DATA LINE 1
FROM CPU
AD2020R
32
17
T
E
S
T
IN
/ DATA LINE
IN
48
33
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
33
37
41
45
49
53
57
61
34
38
42
46
50
54
58
62
35
39
43
47
51
55
59
63
36
40
44
48
52
56
60
64
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
E
X
P
A
N
S
I
O
N
OUT
75 OHM TERMINATOR
AD2020R
64
49
IN
OUT
80
65
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
65
69
73
77
81
85
89
93
66
70
74
78
82
86
90
94
67
71
75
79
83
87
91
95
68
72
76
80
84
88
92
96
IN
IN
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
T
E
S
T
IN
/
DATA LINE
E
X
P
A
N
S
I
O
N
OUT
DATA LINE 2
FROM CPU
AD2020R
96
81
T
E
S
T
/
IN
OUT
112
97
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
97
101
105
109
113
117
121
125
98
102
106
110
114
118
122
126
99
103
107
111
115
119
123
127
100
104
108
112
116
120
124
128
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
E
X
P
A
N
S
I
O
N
IN
DATA LINE
OUT
75 OHM TERMINATOR
AD2020R
128
113
75 OHM TERMINATORS
A17
256 INPUTS X 15 OUTPUTS - With Video Loss Detection
Level 1 - 1 Bay
PORTS
DATA LINE
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
120V
60Hz
9
10
AD1024 CPU
DATA LINE 1
241
241 225
209
193 177
1
161 145
129
113
97
81
65
49
33
17
1
Video Loss Detection
alarm output from
2010DBVL module
1
DATA LINE
5
IN
OUT
9
13
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
2010R
15
1
Connection shown where distances between 2010 Chassis and AD1024 CPU is under 7 feet.
A18
256 INPUTS X 15 OUTPUTS
With Video Loss Detection and Alarm Outputs
Level 1 - 1 Bay
1 2
3
4
5
6
A
A
A
A
A
A
SELECT
1 2
ABCDEFGH
A
POWER
3
4
A A
A
5
A
6
A
25 26 27 28 29 30
Alarm Contact
7
8
A
A A
9 10 11 12
A
A
13 14 15 16 17 18
A
A
31 32 33 34 35 36
A A
A
A
19 20 21 22 23 24
A
A
A A
A
A
A
37 38 39 40 41 42
43 44 45 46 47 48
A
A
PRGM
Alarm Ground
ALARM
ABCDEFGH
C
O
M
A
A A
A
A
A
A
49 50 51 52 53 54
INPUT OUTPUT A
A A
A
A
A
A A
A
A
A
A A
A
A
55 56 57 58 59 60
61 62 63 64
A
A
A A
A
A
A
A A
A
A A
A
A
A
120V
60Hz
A
N N C
O C M
2096 AIU
1
2
3
4
5
8
DATA LINE
PORTS
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRUCITS
1
7
6
7
8
120V
60Hz
9
10
AD1024 CPU
241
1
241
225
209
193
177
161
145
129
113
97
81
65
49
33
17
1
1
5
DATA LINE
IN
OUT
9
1
3
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
1
2
3
4
5
2010R
8
15
1
7
Video Loss Detection
alarm output from
2010DBVL module
Connection shown where distance between 2010 Bay and AD1024 CPU is over 7 feet,
and alarm output from 2010DBVL is provided to 2096 Alarm Interface Unit.
A19
6
2010DBVL to AD1981 Port Expander to AD1024 CPU
Up to four 2010DBVL Modules may be
connected to one AD1981 Port Expander
using
the following AD1981 port assignments:
2010DBVL
KBD a:
KBD b:
KBD c:
KBD d:
2010DBVL
2010DBVL-1x, Cameras 1-256
2010DBVL-2x, Cameras 257-512
2010DBVL-3x, Cameras 513-768
2010DBVL-4x, Cameras 769-1024
GREEN
RED
4
4
1
2
6
3
7
4
8
5
3
6
2
1
7
5
3
6
2
1
7
8
8
5
1
9
2
6
KBD
d
3
7
4
8
5
9
KBD
a
KBD
c
KBD
b
THREE CONDUCTOR SHIELDED
BELDEN 8770 OR EQUIVALENT
AD1981
GREEN
RED
1
2
6
3 4
7
8
5
3
9
4
5
2
to
CPU
1
DATA LINE
6
7
8
PORTS
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
120V
60Hz
9
10
AD1024
A20
448 INPUTS X 15 OUTPUTS - With Video Loss Detection
Level 1 - 2 Bays with AD1981 Port Expander
PORTS
DATA LINE
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
AD1024 CPU
DATA LINE 1
7
5
433
4
1
241
257
DATA
DATA LINE
LINE IN
DATA LINE
IN
OUT
OUT
120
VAC
50/60
Hz
1
AD2010R
AD2010R
15
7
7
5
4
5
To
CPU
AD1981
A21
4
Video Interconnections (Page 1)
Input Bays to Video Output Modules
Outputs 1 - 4
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
1
8
8
8
4
9
9
9
1
2
1
2
1
2
4
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
1
O
U
T
1
6
INPUT BAY
1-256
2010DB-1X
1
6
1
6
INPUT BAY
257-512
2010DB-2X
INPUT BAY
512-768
2010DB-3X
A22
4
OUTPUT
1-4
2024VOM-1
Video Interconnections (Page 2)
Input Bays to Video Output Modules
Outputs 125 - 128
1
1
3
1
1
3
1
1
3
1
1
6
1
1
7
1
1
6
1
1
7
1
1
6
1
1
7
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
8
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
5
1
2
4
1
2
4
1
2
4
1
2
5
1
2
5
1
2
5
1
2
5
1
2
8
1
2
5
1
2
8
1
2
5
O
U
T
1
2
8
INPUT BAY
1-256
2010DB-1X
1
2
8
INPUT BAY
257-512
2010DB-2X
1
2
8
INPUT BAY
512-768
2010DB-3X
1
2
8
OUTPUT
125-128
2024VOM-1
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
According to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN45014
Manufacturer’s Name:
Sensormatic Electronics Corporation
Manufacturer’s Address:
1 Blue Hill Plaza
2nd Floor
Pearl River, New York, 10965 USA
Declares, that the product listed below:
Name/Type:
Model Number:
MegaPower II Matrix Switching System
ADS1024X – all versions
consisting of:
Name/Type:
Model Numbers:
Bays
AD2010R-1
AD2020R-1
Name/Type:
Model Numbers:
Modules
AD2010PS-1 (Power Supply)
AD2016AVIM (Video Input)
AD2024AVOM (Video Output)
AD2010DB (Data Buffer)
complies with all applicable directives as demonstrated by conformance to the following Product Specifications:
Safety:
EN 60950: 1992
EMC:
EN 50130-4: 1995
EN 55022: 1994 , Class B
EN 61000-3-2: 1995
EN 61000-3-3: 1995
EN 61000-4-2: 1995
EN 61000-4-3: 1996
EN 61000-4-4: 1995
EN 61000-4-5: 1995
EN 61000-4-6: 1996
EN 61000-4-11: 1994
Supplementary Information:
The products herewith comply with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive, 73/23/EEC as amended by
93/68/EEC, and the EMC Directive, 89/339/EEC as amended by 93/68/EEC.
Pearl River, NY, USA
1 October, 2000
Harold D. Johnson, Ph.D.
Director of Engineering
European Contact: Sensormatic France S.A.
7, rue Alexis de Tocqueville, Parc de Haute Technologie, 92183 ANTONY CEDEX
SPECIFICATIONS:
Supply Voltage:
AD1024R:
120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 50 W
ADS1024RX: 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.50 A
Temperature:
0oC - 60oC (32oF - 140oF)
Humidity:
Relative humidity between 0% and 95% non-condensing
Mounting:
Free standing or rack-mount
Size:
19" W x 10.5" H x 18.5" D - Rack
17.5" Desk Width
Weight:
55 lbs.
Finish:
Black
Sensormatic Video Systems Division
One Blue Hill Plaza
Pearl River, New York, 10965
(845) 624-7600
Technical Support Center: 800-442-2225
FAX: (845) 624-7685
8000-1812-01, Revision A
December,2000
Printed in USA