Channel Vision 6210 Security Camera User Manual

Hold
H
old
Time Adjust
CAT5 CAMERA SEQUENCER
Video Present
Camera 1
Camera 2
Camera 3
Camera 4
Loop Out 1
RS-232
PRO
Model
P-6014
C HANNEL
V ISION
TM
Loop Out 2
Loop Out 3
Loop Out 4
Monitor 1
IR In (Mon 1)
Video
IR Out (Mon 2)
Audio
Audio
Inputs
Power
Camera 1
Camera 2
Camera 3
Camera 4
Monitor 2
P-6014
CAT5 Camera Sequencer
6210
Color CAT5 Camera
PRO
8
The P-6014 is a 4 input 2 output camera sequencer and switcher for Channel
Vision’s 6210 color CAT5 cameras (sold separately). Easily view any of the
cameras simply by letting them sequence through the screen automatically or
by pressing a button on the optional remote control. The RS-232 interface as
well as audio/video loop out connections make it easy to integrate the P-6014
into any security system - from basic to the most complex.
P-6014 Features:
! Creates an easy interface for CAT5 cameras
! Switches both audio and video
! Monitor output sequences through the camera views automatically
! IR and Serial Control options
! Mounts in a structured wire enclosure
! Cost effective and easy to install
Video Present...
LED indicators light when video
signal is detected.
Hold
t
Time Adjus
ENCER
ERA SEQU
CAT5 CAM Video Present
Camera 1
Camera 3
Camera 2
Camera 4
RS-232
PRO
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V IS I ON
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Model
P-6014
Loop Out 1
Loop Out 2
Loop Out 3
Time Adjust... Changes the time
period the cameras are viewed
before switching. The maximum
setting will stop cycle mode and
show the current camera.
RS-232...
Connect serial
controller here
Monitor 1...
Connect audio/video
monitor here
IR In (Mon 1)...
Connect an IR receiver
or an IR system
IR Out (Mon 2)...
Outputs IR signals
received via the 3112
connected to Monitor 2
Loop Out 4
Video
Monitor 1
IR In (Mon
1)
n 2)
IR Out (Mo
Audio
Inputs
Power
Camera 1
Camera 2
Camera 3
Camera 4
Monitor 2
Power...
Connect power
supply here
2
Inputs...
Loop Out...
Connect CAT5 cameras here
Provides
Audio/Video output
from each camera
Monitor 2...
Connect 3112 here to provide a secondary
monitor output, independent from Monitor 1
The 6210 Color CAT5 camera with audio mounts in a single
gang J-box or low-voltage ring and is designed to be
connected directly to the P-6014 camera inputs. The P-6014
provides loop out connections that allow the camera signals
to be connected to another device such as a DVR or
modulator.
BNC Video Output...
Connect coax here to use
as a conventional camera
6210 Features:
RJ-45 Output...
! BNC & CAT5 output
Connect CAT5 here to use
! Built-in microphone
with P-6014
! Screwless trim plate
Camera Power & Audio Out...
! Mounts in a 1-gang box
Audio out from microphone
! Easy to install
Ground (shared)
+12VDC
Accessories (Sold Separately)
3112 ... CAT5 audio/video interface. Allows audio,
video, power, and IR signals to be connected to the
CAT5 cable. It can be used to transform a traditional
camera into a CAT5 camera, or used to extract audio
and video from the Monitor 2 output of the P-6014.
When used on the Monitor 2 output, the IR input jack
can be used to input IR signals that allow Monitor 2 to
select different camera views than Monitor 1.
VOL
CAMERA
POWER
3
1
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MUTE
1
2
3
4
4
2
C HANNEL V ISION
MODEL
A0505
MOD
CATV
ZONE
POWER
A0505 ... Remote control. Contains IR codes for
controlling the P-6014 as well as many other Channel
Vision audio/video products.
IR-3001 & IR-3002 ... Single and dual head IR flashers.
Use one head per source to control from the remote
room. (IR-3002 shown).
2129 ... RCA to BNC adaptor. Use to adapt video
signals on BNC cables (such as cameras) to the RCA
video input commonly found on TVs and monitors.
Complementary Product (Sold Separately)
com 2
Camera 1 Camera 2 Camera 3 Camera 4
1
1234
75 ohm
com 1
GPIO
Ethernet
12VDC
W4000 ... Web Camera
Server allows any 4
camera video signals to
be viewed through the
local network or internet
on any computer.
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P-6014 Camera Sequencer Basic Application...
The primary function of the P-6014 is to sequence through its 4 camera inputs.
The Time Adjust control determines the length of time each camera view is
shown before switching to the next camera view. Unless the RS-232 or IR
remote control features are used, the P-6014 will remain in the Auto Cycle
mode. If only three of the four inputs have an active video signal, only the three
active camera inputs will be shown when in the Auto Cycle mode.
The 6210 camera was specifically designed to work together with the P-6014.
A single CAT5 cable provides power to the camera and delivers video and
audio signals back to the sequencer. These audio/video signals are output
through the monitor connections on the P-6014.
TV (Monitor)
6210
P-6014
Hold
just
Time Ad
CAT5 C
1
Camera
AMER
ENCER
A SEQU
RS-232
ent
Video Pres
2
Camera
Camera
4
Camera
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Model
P-6014
t1
Loop Ou
3
t2
Loop Ou
t3
Loop Ou
t4
Loop Ou
1
Monitor
n 1)
IR In (Mo
Video
n 2)
IR Out (Mo
Audio
Inputs
Power
1
Camera
Camera
2
Camera
3
4
Camera
2
Monitor
Max CAT5 length between
3112 and 6210 is 250ft.
6210
6210
3112
6125
The P-6014 can be used with Channel Vision’s 6210 CAT5 camera or any
conventional camera when used with the 3112 accessory. The 3112 has
multiple applications, but when used in this application the IR connection will
not be used and the Audio connection would only be used if your conventional
camera has a built-in microphone.
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Using The A0505 Remote Control... P-6014 Camera Sequencer
The A0505 is designed to allow you to control the switching functions on your
P-6014. The A0505 allows you to choose any of the 4 cameras or select the
Auto Cycle mode.
P-6014
6210
Hold
ust
Time Adj
CER
SEQUEN
AMERAPresent
CAT5 C
Video
Ca
1
Camera
mera 2
Camera
t1
RS-232
Camera
4
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V ISI ON
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Model
P-6014
Loop Ou
3
t2
Loop Ou
t3
Loop Ou
Loop Ou
t4
1
Monitor
on 1)
IR In (M
Video
on 2)
IR Out (M
Audio
Inputs
Power
Camera
1
Camera
2
Camera
3
Camera
Note: Only one
camera connection is
shown in this diagram,
but the P-6014 can
support up to 4 CAT5
cameras.
CAMERA
4
2
Monitor
IR-2400
1
2
3
4
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Remote Control Key:
Camera Next... Changes the Monitor output to the next
active camera in the sequence. If you are viewing camera 1,
pressing it once will show camera 2 and so on. Note: Any
unused camera inputs will be skipped.
Camera Cycle... Causes the Monitor output to sequence
through the cameras. The time adjustment on the P-6014 determines
how long each camera view is displayed before switching to the next one.
Note: Any unused camera inputs will be skipped.
1, 2, 3, 4 Camera Views... Changes the Monitor output directly to the
corresponding camera input.
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TV
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Controlling The P-6014 Through The Monitor 2 Connection...
Controlling the P-6014 through the IR Input connection will only affect the
Monitor 1 output. To control the Monitor 2 output, IR signals must come
through the Monitor 2 output RJ-45 connection via the 3112 as shown below.
TV (Monitor 1)
6210
P-6014
Hold
ust
Time Adj
CAT5 C
1
Camera
AMER
ENCER
A SEQU
2
32
-23
S-2
RS
R
ent
Video Pres
Camera
2
3
Camera
PR O
C H AN N EL
V I SION
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Model
P-6014
t1
Loop Ou
4
Camera
2
Loop Out
t3
Loop Ou
t4
Loop Ou
1
Monitor
n 1)
IR In (Mo
Video
on 2)
IR Out (M
IR-3200
Audio
Inputs
Power
Note: Only one
camera is shown,
but the P-6014 can
support up to 4
CAT5 cameras.
1
Camera
Camera
2
Camera
3
4
Camera
2
Monitor
Connect an IR emitter
to the IR Output to
allow IR pass-through.
Max CAT5 length between
3112 and 6210 is 250ft.
3112
Home Theater TV (Monitor 2)
Audio In
Not used
IR-2400
Video In
2129
BNC to RCA adaptor
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4
1
In this diagram, when IR signals are received through the IR-2400
they are sent back to the P-6014 through the 3112. These IR
signals will only affect the Monitor 2 output. The Monitor 1 output
can be independently controlled by connecting an IR receiver to
the “IR Input” jack on the P-6014.
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In this configuration, the P-6014 allows IR pass through so that IR signals
intended for other devices (such as a whole-house music system) will be
routed out the “IR Output” jack on the P-6014.
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RJ-45 Pin Out Diagram...
For troubleshooting purposes, it may be helpful to know the wire pin out for the
RJ-45 jacks on the P-6014. They are shown below:
RJ-45 Jack
(TIA 568A)
Camera Inputs Monitor 2 Output
Pin Signal
8 Gnd
7 Video
6 Gnd
5 N.C.
4 Gnd
3 Audio
2 Gnd
1 +12VDC
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Pin Signal
8 Gnd
7 Video
6 Gnd
5 IR
4 Gnd
3 Audio
2 Gnd
1 +12VDC
Controlling The P-6014 Through The RS-232 Port...
The RS-232 port is the most flexible way to control the P-6014 because it
provides access to every feature on the unit. This is the preferred way for most
high-end control system to interface with devices such as the P-6014.
Connect serial data controller
to the Serial port
(Hex codes on pages 8-11)
6210
TV (Monitor 1)
P-6014
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Ho
Hold
just
Time Ad
CER
SEQUEN
AMERAPressen
entt
CAT5 C
Video
1
Camera
2
Camera
Camera
RS-232
4
Camera
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Model
P-6014
t1
Loop Ou
3
t2
Loop Ou
3
Loop Out
t4
Loop Ou
1
Monitor
IR In (Mo
n 1)
Video
o n 2)
IR Out (M
Audio
Inputs
err
we
Pow
Po
Note: Only one
camera is shown,
but the P-6014 can
support up to 4
CAT5 cameras.
Camera
1
Camera
2
3
Camera
Camera
Home Theater TV (Monitor 2)
4
2
Monitor
3112
Audio In
Not used
Video In
2129
BNC to RCA adaptor
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RS-232 Control Code...
For installations requiring more sophistication the P-6014 supports RS-232
making it extremely compatible with automation systems.
Baud Rate: 19200, 8N1 (8Bit Data, No Parity, 1 Stop Bit)
Each transmission = 8 ASCII bytes
Checksum = The sum of the first 7 bytes inverted and truncated.
Note: the checksum for each command is included in the following charts.
For troubleshooting purposes, the letter z can be used in place of the
checksum character.
There are two possible responses generated when a command is received:
ack - This acknowledges that the command was received and it had a valid
checksum.
ZZZ - This means that the command was not understood or could not be
decoded correctly. It could also mean that the checksum was not valid.
Serial Cable Pin Out
P-6014 RS-232 Pins
DB-9P, Female
PC RS-232 Pins
DB-9P, Male
Monitor 1 Commands
Function
ASCII Command
Hex Command
Monitor 1, Select Camera 1
P64Z1S16
50 36 34 5A 31 53 31 36
Monitor 1, Select Camera 2
P64Z1S25
50 36 34 5A 31 53 32 35
Monitor 1, Select Camera 3
P64Z1S34
50 36 34 5A 31 53 33 34
Monitor 1, Select Camera 4
P64Z1S43
50 36 34 5A 31 53 34 33
Monitor 1, Select Next Cam
P64Z1SN[em]
50 36 34 5A 31 53 4E 19
P64Z1SR[nak]
50 36 34 5A 31 53 52 15
P64Z1SF!
50 36 34 5A 31 53 46 21
Monitor 1, Auto Cycle
Monitor 1, Request Status
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Monitor 2 Commands
Function
ASCII Command
Hex Command
Monitor 2, Select Camera 1
P64Z2S15
50 36 34 5A 32 53 31 35
Monitor 2, Select Camera 2
P64Z2S24
50 36 34 5A 32 53 32 34
Monitor 2, Select Camera 3
P64Z2S33
50 36 34 5A 32 53 33 33
Monitor 2, Select Camera 4
P64Z2S42
50 36 34 5A 32 53 34 32
Monitor 2, Select Next Cam
P64Z2SN[can]
50 36 34 5A 32 53 4E 18
Monitor 2, Auto Cycle
P64Z2SR[dc4]
50 36 34 5A 32 53 52 14
Monitor 2, Request Status
P64Z2SF[sp]
50 36 34 5A 32 53 46 20
Function
ASCII Command
Hex Command
Global, Select Camera 1
P64ZAS1&
50 36 34 5A 41 53 31 26
Global, Select Camera 2
P64ZAS2%
50 36 34 5A 41 53 32 25
Global, Select Camera 3
P64ZAS3$
50 36 34 5A 41 53 33 24
Global, Select Camera 4
P64ZAS4#
50 36 34 5A 41 53 34 23
Global, Select Next Cam
P64ZASN[ht]
50 36 34 5A 41 53 4E 09
Global, Auto Cycle
P64ZASR[enq]
50 36 34 5A 41 53 52 05
Global, Request Status
P64ZASF[dc1]
50 36 34 5A 41 53 46 11
Global, Status Clear
P64ZASC[dc4]
50 36 34 5A 41 53 43 14
Global Commands
Note: these charts contains some ASCII commands that include non-standard
ASCII characters (characters which are not included on a standard keyboard).
When programming a controller with these functions, it may be necessary to
use the Hexadecimal equivalent shown in the far right hand column.
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Time Adjust Commands...
The following Time Adjust commands alter the amount of time each camera
view appears on the screen. Making time adjustments via these RS-232 will
override any physical adjustments made using the “Time Adjust” control on
the P-6014.
You can use either the global commands, which will set the time adjustment
on all the cameras, or you can use commands for the specific camera inputs.
This allows you to set different viewing times for each of the camera inputs.
For example, if camera 1 is the most important camera, you might want to set
it to show for 10 seconds, while cameras 2, 3, and 4 are set for 1 second.
These time settings will remain in the P-6014’s memory. For example, if you
send a command to switch to a specific camera view and then another
command to return back to the cycle mode, time settings for the cycle mode
will be the same as they were before you switched to the specific camera
view. Note: Any movement of the Time Adjust control will cause the unit to
enter the cycle mode and will override the time adjustment settings made via
the serial controller.
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Function
ASCII Command
Hex Command
Monitor 1, Cam 1, 1 Second
Monitor 1, Cam 1, 2 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 1, 3 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 1, 4 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 1, 5 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 1, 7.5 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 1, 10 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 1, 15 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 2, 1 Second
Monitor 1, Cam 2, 2 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 2, 3 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 2, 4 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 2, 5 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 2, 7.5 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 2, 10 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 2, 15 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 3, 1 Second
Monitor 1, Cam 3, 2 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 3, 3 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 3, 4 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 3, 5 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 3, 7.5 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 3, 10 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 3, 15 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 4, 1 Second
Monitor 1, Cam 4, 2 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 4, 3 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 4, 4 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 4, 5 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 4, 7.5 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 4, 10 Seconds
Monitor 1, Cam 4, 15 Seconds
P64Z111X
P64Z112W
P64Z113V
P64Z114U
P64Z115T
P64Z116S
P64Z117R
P64Z118Q
P64Z121W
P64Z122V
P64Z123U
P64Z124T
P64Z125S
P64Z126R
P64Z127Q
P64Z128P
P64Z131V
P64Z132U
P64Z133T
P64Z134S
P64Z135R
P64Z136Q
P64Z137P
P64Z138O
P64Z141U
P64Z142T
P64Z143S
P64Z144R
P64Z145Q
P64Z146P
P64Z147O
P64Z148N
50 36 34 5A 31 31 31 58
50 36 34 5A 31 31 32 57
50 36 34 5A 31 31 33 56
50 36 34 5A 31 31 34 55
50 36 34 5A 31 31 35 54
50 36 34 5A 31 31 36 53
50 36 34 5A 31 31 37 52
50 36 34 5A 31 31 38 51
50 36 34 5A 31 32 31 57
50 36 34 5A 31 32 32 56
50 36 34 5A 31 32 33 55
50 36 34 5A 31 32 34 54
50 36 34 5A 31 32 35 53
50 36 34 5A 31 32 36 52
50 36 34 5A 31 32 37 51
50 36 34 5A 31 32 38 50
50 36 34 5A 31 33 31 56
50 36 34 5A 31 33 32 55
50 36 34 5A 31 33 33 54
50 36 34 5A 31 33 34 53
50 36 34 5A 31 33 35 52
50 36 34 5A 31 33 36 51
50 36 34 5A 31 33 37 50
50 36 34 5A 31 33 38 4F
50 36 34 5A 31 34 31 55
50 36 34 5A 31 34 32 54
50 36 34 5A 31 34 33 53
50 36 34 5A 31 34 34 52
50 36 34 5A 31 34 35 51
50 36 34 5A 31 34 36 50
50 36 34 5A 31 34 37 4F
50 36 34 5A 31 34 38 4E
Monitor 2 Time Adjust Commands
Function
ASCII Command
Monitor 2, Cam 1, 1 Second
P64Z211W
P64Z212V
Monitor 2, Cam 1, 2 Seconds
P64Z213U
Monitor 2, Cam 1, 3 Seconds
P64Z214T
Monitor 2, Cam 1, 4 Seconds
P64Z215S
Monitor 2, Cam 1, 5 Seconds
Monitor 2, Cam 1, 7.5 Seconds P64Z216R
Monitor 2, Cam 1, 10 Seconds P64Z217Q
Monitor 2, Cam 1, 15 Seconds P64Z218P
Monitor 2, Cam 2, 1 Second
P64Z221V
P64Z222U
Monitor 2, Cam 2, 2 Seconds
P64Z223T
Monitor 2, Cam 2, 3 Seconds
P64Z224S
Monitor 2, Cam 2, 4 Seconds
P64Z225R
Monitor 2, Cam 2, 5 Seconds
Monitor 2, Cam 2, 7.5 Seconds P64Z226Q
Monitor 2, Cam 2, 10 Seconds P64Z227P
Monitor 2, Cam 2, 15 Seconds P64Z228O
Monitor 2, Cam 3, 1 Second
P64Z231U
P64Z232T
Monitor 2, Cam 3, 2 Seconds
P64Z233S
Monitor 2, Cam 3, 3 Seconds
P64Z234R
Monitor 2, Cam 3, 4 Seconds
P64Z235Q
Monitor 2, Cam 3, 5 Seconds
Monitor 2, Cam 3, 7.5 Seconds P64Z236P
Monitor 2, Cam 3, 10 Seconds P64Z237O
Monitor 2, Cam 3, 15 Seconds P64Z238N
Monitor 2, Cam 4, 1 Second
P64Z241T
P64Z242S
Monitor 2, Cam 4, 2 Seconds
P64Z243R
Monitor 2, Cam 4, 3 Seconds
P64Z244Q
Monitor 2, Cam 4, 4 Seconds
P64Z245P
Monitor 2, Cam 4, 5 Seconds
Monitor 2, Cam 4, 7.5 Seconds P64Z246O
Monitor 2, Cam 4, 10 Seconds
P64Z247N
Monitor 2, Cam 4, 15 Seconds P64Z248M
Hex Command
50 36 34 5A 32 31 31 57
50 36 34 5A 32 31 32 56
50 36 34 5A 32 31 33 55
50 36 34 5A 32 31 34 54
50 36 34 5A 32 31 35 53
50 36 34 5A 32 31 36 52
50 36 34 5A 32 31 37 51
50 36 34 5A 32 31 38 50
50 36 34 5A 32 32 31 56
50 36 34 5A 32 32 32 55
50 36 34 5A 32 32 33 54
50 36 34 5A 32 32 34 53
50 36 34 5A 32 32 35 52
50 36 34 5A 32 32 36 51
50 36 34 5A 32 32 37 50
50 36 34 5A 32 32 38 4F
50 36 34 5A 32 33 31 55
50 36 34 5A 32 33 32 54
50 36 34 5A 32 33 33 53
50 36 34 5A 32 33 34 52
50 36 34 5A 32 33 35 51
50 36 34 5A 32 33 36 50
50 36 34 5A 32 33 37 4F
50 36 34 5A 32 33 38 4E
50 36 34 5A 32 34 31 54
50 36 34 5A 32 34 32 53
50 36 34 5A 32 34 33 52
50 36 34 5A 32 34 34 51
50 36 34 5A 32 34 35 50
50 36 34 5A 32 34 36 4F
50 36 34 5A 32 34 37 4E
50 36 34 5A 32 34 38 4D
Global Time Adjust Commands
Function
ASCII Command
Hex Command
Global, All Cams, 1 Second
Global, All Cams, 2 Seconds
P64ZAT1%
P64ZAT2$
50 36 34 5A 41 54 31 25
50 36 34 5A 41 54 32 24
Global, All Cams, 3 Seconds
P64ZAT3#
50 36 34 5A 41 54 33 23
Global, All Cams, 4 Seconds
P64ZAT4”
50 36 34 5A 41 54 34 22
Global, All Cams, 5 Seconds
P64ZAT5!
50 36 34 5A 41 54 35 21
Global, All Cams, 7.5 Seconds
P64ZAT6[sp]
50 36 34 5A 41 54 36 20
Global, All Cams, 10 Seconds
Global, All Cams, 15 Seconds
P64ZAT7[us]
P64ZAT8[rs]
50 36 34 5A 41 54 37 1F
50 36 34 5A 41 54 38 1E
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Channel Vision Technology will repair or replace any defect in material or workmanship which occurs
during normal use of this product with new or rebuilt parts, free of charge in the USA, for two years from
the date of original purchase. This is a no hassle warranty with no mail in warranty card needed. This
warranty does not cover damages in shipment, failures caused by other products not supplied by
Channel Vision Technology, or failures due to accident, misuse, abuse, or alteration of the equipment.
This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser, and a purchase receipt, invoice, or other proof
of original purchase date will be required before warranty repairs are provided.
Mail in service can be obtained during the warranty period by calling (800) 840-0288 toll free. A Return
Authorization number must be obtained in advance and can be marked on the outside of the shipping
carton.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights (which vary from state to
state). If a problem with this product develops during or after the warranty period, please contact
Channel Vision Technology, your dealer or any factory-authorized service center.
Specifications: (typical @25º C)
P-6014
Dimensions:
5.5”W x 6.5”H x 1.5”D
Power Supply:
15VDC @ 1.6A
IR Frequency Range:
30-60kHz
Operating Temp:
-10ºC to 50ºC
Audio Bandwidth:
20Hz - 20kHz
Video Crosstalk:
-80dB
Video Bandwidth:
DC - 20MHz
Video Crosstalk:
-60dB
CAT5 Ports:
Max run length:
250ft (Camera input + Monitor output)
Max Camera Power:
12VDC @ 280mA
6210 Camera
Lens:
3.8mm
Resolution:
380 lines
S/N Ratio:
More than 48dB
Min Illumination:
0.4 LUX @ F2.0
Power Consumption:
120mA
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234 Fischer Avenue, Costa Mesa, California 92626 USA
(714)424-6500 (800)840-0288 (714)424-6510 fax
email: techsupport@channelvision.com
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